Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
26 Nov 1862

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26 Nov 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 26, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaAl 4 Tais in pulled. Filvin . A Raport Merit of Job Type Petesa Jess Sis in a neat and i a Dit Lou. re had on very re movable terms. Fit fcb m a a pamphlet of mks a a nine in Cante Vandbilte. Cir plan ii Abs the a. Bitho Dingi Blanks r programme Bills of pare invitation. Tickets lee., her a m9? do la a or.All.ftad�. Common and a. School jul Itcea font to blow Bukys. do Melj and neatly on the beit paper. Coo subtly a kept for tale at this to auit the times.-. A a. of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and at Alf a year. A / idd i we i Bumm. Lebanon Arr Blanket Slif Elij eth. Dyed Jet a a la to Kavtom a we to we a the �mrnute.1 and Good turd cd Tat Fettah fips. A Quot a. Pc by Ai Ilsi Oyer 49 articles to be dyed can be left at Jos. L. Lentner a of a a s Druff ife5du of aft fit ram re Jor Twil Attef Dei to 8 i860 a in Arket Street hotel a Corner shark stand Fco admit streets Lebanon 1ohn Mal Hes i of Pictor Long occupied by or. Bonam will spare no pasto Malte die who Stop at it. Perfectly comfortable and invite All to Gire me a Tel rile a it u8�,.is itrgcland�ltacrtinged1 the. Table supplied with the Best seasonable edibles the shr stocked with the choicest tote slab put Large �n3fcdfo-�kodions. _ John 3urthk3. Lebanon april 9-1962. R Banik notice hereby Given the attic a Raj Dent and do to con of the it Eurto make Auw a free As a la Tifft at Tefr Kwh lose ton for s renewal of nud an Extension of the privileges of to let a Aid Bank not re enjoyed with the iame name title Locatto knit capital 5ff.r��lh--000 it or for a _ k a 47sler cashier. Lebanon. A. June 2o.%ls62.,_ _ _8 w. Pettengill amp Toivo. 37 Park Rpger Aneio ork ramp state st Boston Are Orr agents for the Quot Ai Guys it sir in those cities. And ate a and subscriptions for us at our Ionica Haiti 1 my 2f.1882. A a v Tjie new by Kef t Imir would respectfully inform the Citi-1. Thebas commenced the bake pkg by fit a Ofifi in ail its varieties. At its stand on on by Fraad Street the Buck Zlotek. And will Supply customers with the Best bilk and cakes. A received from customer and returned to them in bread at . Con b dec 1ionerifs, a of .11 kinds of the Best constant on hand. And furnished it the lowest prices it Public is invited to Gire me. Xiu. Let it non. Nov. A a. Fail. Eb1w 1kks8 Atkins a a a to Rould respect tally announce to. The Eit Sens of Yvo Lebanon and Vicinity a that Sha has opened a fashionable Mil inert and mant0a Yak ing . In Market Street. 3d door above Hill. T a a nerf Stock just received and opened for inspection embracing a full assortment of silk Crape and Straw bonnets. Bonnet trimmings ribbons. Flowers a. Lebanon april 17.1861.a it for Sale or exc Banige. Rich pc undersigned will sch or Exchange Fer. A Small 1 Marii. He do for Abib Lloyt and lot of ground in a sting bust Street. Emit to it Eba Noti. The House is a Al pm now two Story thick. With Kitchen attached my All a Ell built and Well arranged with All i recce Ull Tsary Convenio Noea. Also cittern. Path House. 8uiotco House All kinds of fruit Trees. Ac., on the premise. ? this property if not sold will be sex Dummy As above. Good and indisputable title Given. For further information apply to James n. Rogers. Tinsmith i Lebanon. Jely.16.1862. A Heivry amp Stime have Norf opened their Large and very hanp80mk assortment of Chal Liebic striped. Plaid and Plain Mozambique Shepherd pleads foil lord Poppins. A. A. Also a full Stock of mobrn1ng Assam mates. Barges. Crape Morete. jwc�c�5. All Wool Oei Ainey Chal a which Axelw Virdi looking after for they certainly Are a great bargain. Black and White chunk Poppins a a v Black and Plain plaid Joplins j to Green it plaids Black and bite Delaine Rich Landl Ftp Ina Rich Chene pm plans. Silver mixed Poppins. Very handsome at the Gelden sign of n w 1 v-1 Henry. Corner of Cumberland and Market Etreyu. Lebanon Kay 14.162. M v _ _ i of the cheapest and Best gods Ever sold in Lebanon beets shoes hats Caps we opened one of t<0 Best As cab non j. F x vol. 14�?no. 28. Lebanon pa., wednesday november 26, 1862. W1�0le no. 701. The Federal govern heist. President a Abra Liam Lincoln of to Lois. Nice i Hannibal Utah my Maine. See Raury of state William u. Seward new York. Secretary of the Treasury Salmon p. Chafe. Ohio. 5\cmay>\if Wai Edwin m. Stanton a a use Alvunia. Secretary of the Interior a Leb b. Smith a the Navy Gideon Welles Connecticut. Attoway general Edward Bates mis Sonrel. Montgomery Blair Maryland chief Justice of supreme court Roger b. Taney Maryland. A a a it associate Justice Barnes m. Wayne Georgia John Catron Tennessee Samuel Nelson new York Robert c Grier Peun Sylvania Nathan Clifford Massa Chumita it. Ii. Stavne Ohio and two vacancies. Speaker of the House of representative ask Galusha a grow. Pennsylvania. Clerk Emerson Etheridge Tennessee. Ire ident pro. Tem of the Senate Solomon foot Vermont. Secretary of the Senate John w. Forney Penna general in clue of the army George ii. Mcclellan Ohio. A a a government of Pennsylvania governor Andrew g. Curtin of act late country a Secretary of the Conomou weath eur Slifer Union county. A. Deputy Secretary so Muel b. Thomas Delaware co state treas i or lieu by d. Moore Philadelphia. Auditor general Thomas k. Co bran York county Surveyor general Tonry Souther. Elk county. A Quot adjutant general a. 51. Ilu die Philadelphia. A quartermaster general a. C. Llano. Lycoming to. Superintendent common schools Iboina , Jan Chster county. Judges of supreme court Walker ii. Leurle Pitts Burg. Chief Justice George a. It Woodward Luzerne county James Thompson ene county Wal Iam Strong Berks county John a. Read philae Ziphia. Quot Public officers of Lebanon county representative incougres8--J.R. Kill Inger Lebanon. Senator Amos k. Bong ter Lebanoff. Assembly Latte Loifer Lebanon. A president judge John j. Pearson. Ila Risburg. Associate judges Wiiliam rank Swatara Thomas or super. Londonderry. It a. District attorney John we Hnsen Lebanon. Deputy distinct attorney Grant Weidman Lebanon sheriff Jonathan Bender sheriff Georgo w. Monck Lebanon. Coroner William , Liek Anoo. A a role notary and clerk of Oyer and terminal a to titty sic grist. Lebanon 1 a a a a a Depotty path Ottogary James w. Ebur Lebanon. Register us Tilv Urdas. Union. A recorder and clerk or it Muur North Lebanon Goraugh. A. Clerk of the qrphaus1 court Andrew Light. North i Ninon. J. Ltd a a. T Deputy clerk John. Benson North Lebanon. County commissioners Simon bolfr.1, Union Robert Evans. Cornwall a Jacob Bueber South let a non. Clerk of commissioners a Cyrus shirk Lebanon. Cou stil Luvi Kline Lebanon. Mer it a utile appraiser Peter loser treasurer John auwen South annul let. It Deputy treasurer John w. Allwein s. Conville directors of the Pool James Benson North Leba non a jobs k. Bowman Londonderry Elias Falborn. Bethel. A a a a Steward of the alus House Edwar Krelder South Lebanon. A treasurer David Bowman Lebanon physician or. William 51. Guilford Lebanon. County auditors Andrew Fox South Lebanon us i Foh Burkholder. South a Uvine Jacob Zug. Millcreek. Notaries Public Adam Rise John w. Mesh Jacob w Emte. Lebanon. County superintendent of schools Henry Houck Lebanon. Backs. Lebanon Bank president John w. Gloninger cashier. Edward or Teller. Conrad Mark clerk Cyrus hex directors John a. Glou Mger Daniel Krei Der. C. D. Louinger Joseph Bowin amp a m. W., Joseph bowl merger. J. A. Joist Goodhart Charles Greenawalt Jacob Stoever. Samuel Lei Stone Jacob Shertick John Heilman ii. S., Samuel Becker Jacob Witiver or. Lebanon Valley Bank president. Jihn George Cash Ier. Joseph Harco clerk t. A a. Fisher directors. John George. 1�?T. F. Worth Davuli Karmany John Light s. S., David m. Rank William shirks Josiah Funck Joseph Bowman. Bernhard Itanen Geo. Rigler Cyru m. Krai t Christian Lyntz Joseph s. I Jomberger. Lebanon Deposit cola Man Gashi Erv re or a Glenn Jacob Huff Lla nagors. Simon Cameron g. Dawson Coleman George Smuller. Levi Kline James Young Augustus Boyd George Greim. A. A a a a a. Raft Oak a by hit a Loti vol and . Lick us �4j. _ _ at Prees to v hem to of Ponolia it my. I of the hat8 he Baa quite a variety of net a Tyles embracing the Washington Stanton Baranda Blip ont. Mcclellan. Monitor ,-v� to Santiful and very Obein. Of c a is he Haa a Complete dior tent of All the near style got no to end error manner att Fine finish women a do and Chil Drenne in Morala. Gaiters. Con Gross boots slippers and ail other kinds men a and boy Balmoral Oxford ties. Washington ties Congress boots and All other kinds worn by them i no Ludo n go oots Quot a of shoes of the different varieties at his a beep store i n Walnut st next to the county Anson 49 thankful for the a be alone Ouraga Mentton Febu Public heretofore. 1 would invite All wishing anything in id line to Call and examine my Stock before met in my their purchases. R c j08. B04v51an. Leb Noo. April 28,1862. P g �?51eas�>es take i to a work made at Short Nutler. Abs Itak is xxx t fax Vire in Iono a Mew firm. Cheap Cash store and milling and Grain -business.,.the undersigned having i armed a Partite ship in the Mecca no Iee my Lino and Carv Ito i Ness would respectfully invite tie attention it f the Cuhlic to to Weir establishments. They will Conte to keep at the late Eland of a Fleck go Haman a in no Ramon to Complete Stock of All Klmle of Woodd 3m0frb�8hcls of Ilye j a. , ,. To �a.�2q,000 -bushcla.of-Rojats. Tor which they will the biggest Market i they will also take Grain on storage the w 11 we always on hand and sell at the lowest pulp Al by the boat Load or by Tho ton �11 a Ondrof anal it end 8alt, planter to 49- they solicit the business of All their old friends and the Public and it will Endeavor Tord Ealion Lauc Jib ral and just principles Ray will go March 12 1862 _ new goods just in dec Eivid at the Stoke of l k. Laudermilch in Cumberland Street Lebanon a. Sci Luijt of. Sekiu Goff an inducement to Cash buyers. Will Savji 30 Bek cent. Ladies dress a oods French Merino and Coberg. Fancy and Black Silks j from 50 cent to $1 59. Detains from 10 to 20 from amp a to 16 Cea is. Mohair Plain from 16 to cents valencias from 6 to 16 cents. Men s and boy s Wear. Black cloth from to 00 to $4 50. Fancy and Black a amp ssi Meres from so to $1 so. Ladies cloak cloth from $1 00 to �1 60. Cotto Nades from 10 to 20 cents. Domestics. A a in Lin. From 6v to 12 cent. \q1t012 ticking from 0 to l6cunt. Chacos to from 6j to 12w Gingham from to to 20 cents shawls shawls 1 Spring shawls from a 00 a 00. Black Tibet shawls from $2 00 to $4 00. Notions notions parasols and umbrellas from 00 to $2 04. Stocking from to 76 cents. Hoop skirts from 25 to $1 50. Handkerchiefs from 6j� to 18 cents. Linen and paper Collura. An assortment of ready made clothing carpets carpet amp Quot groceries and Queens arb provisions sugar cured Ham end Mack Hirl fruit fruits dried apples. Dried plums. Dried Kesckes. Dried elderberries a sold to suit the tires by a l. K. . N. kinds acc country produce taken in Exchange for Good. L. A l. Heb Roii. April 23� 1sc2. A a off ring. Song of the demo crack. Imnet to Norn Simsw by Aav Uxa a. Nunt. Is Are com Fng father a Braham three Hundred thou a Sand Strong. A to Ante you from tha Dutches of the abolition throng. You be heard from pet Sylvania and it Roin Indiana too and Ohio has been speaking through her Ball Olbon to you i. A a a a the sturdy men of Iron from the of Braes and the mine with the Hoos Leti and the a Nekeya Boye Are Wheeling. Into the a a a a n a they Are big Ching to the mule of the Union a of a Yore a a. A and new York la coming after them three Hundred thousand Morel. Are marching. Father Abraham. To that familiar tune. A r with which to Oft. In former year we re scared that a same old Coon 1 once More from Bill and Valley it rings Forth a. Slicer ing sound to Gladden every household where a Lova heart is found. Seo every Star is blazoned in the Banner we unfold for the Union that our Jackson saved our Seymour will uphold i. The scr tet All the nation s foes the Union to restore. Are coming. Father Abraham three Hundred thousand Morel. A a. Are no Ming father Abraham and As we March along. A Well relieve you from the pressure vhf the abolition a. Throng a a. Quot 1 Quot �1 a a a i a a a you that you could t Maka alg s the Gofhus Tad a and that Agai Oit the Comet papal balls would not Avail Uliey would t heed your anecdote or listen to your. Plea. A. A. A r a a they swore that White men should be slaves and nig Gers should lie free a. It a it it a a a but you need not mind Teie ravings now or their Roar for we re coming. Father Abraham three Hundred thousand Inore waft coming Tat Lirt Abraham a Bast Atway your its us it democratic a slogan Quot that 1 ringing in your a a ears a a a 1 a a Uliey. Pretend to Call Strait Oral but Ere Point you to the blood. That soaks into Virginia a a soil that Dye Potomac a flood that Stamps the Hila of Maryland the Plains of ten no Sec. Such a traitors a a father Abraham Thi Union love to tee a a its a growing Quot traitor army that. Is thundering at your door and new York will swell its column with these Idun Dowd thousand More we Are coming father Abraham to you Oleate the Laws to hold the starry a nuts up to guard tha nation a cause a a a a a i. A. Our motto is a a the White Many a bight, we be battled Long for this Well fight with sinewy anus with Earnest heart and Strong a for this we to burst fort Warren a hem and crumble Lafayette. A a Fot this Well crush the nations free and save the Union yet 1 a a a a a 1. Thus Speaks the North 1 of Abraham you la heed Llu to 1 when new York Shell swell the chorus with three Hundred thousand More 1a living death. It sometimes happens on certain coasts of Brittany or Scotland that a Man traveler or Fisherman by walk ing on the Beach Tidd a far from the Bank suddenly notices that for several minutes he has been walking Vita some diff Schulty. The strand beneath his feet is like pitch his soles a stick to it it is linger it is glue. To Beeach is perfectly dry but at every step he take As soon As he lifts his foot the print Wleh it leaves fills Wilb water. The Eye however has noticed no change the immense strand is smooth and tranquil All the Sand has the Sauric appear nch nothing distinguishes the surface which is solid from the surface which is no longer so the joyous Little Cloud of Sand flens continues to leap tumultuous by Over the wayfarer s Leet a he Man pursues his Way goes Forward in. Clines toward the land endeavours to get nearer the up Ancl. A arts anxious. Anxious Inhat Only he feels somehow As if love Iglitz of his feet increased with every step he takes. Suddenly he sinks in., a a la sinks in two or three inches. Decidedly he is not on the right Row Idaho stops to take his bearings. A if at once he looks at his feet. His feet a have disappeared covers them. He draws his of the Sand he will retrace his Steps he turns Back he sinks in deeper. The Sand comes up to his Ankles he pulls himself out and Tbs flows hip self to the info a i kit of 4, i f i is a a. Jfe _ u it. Left the Sand i s half adj throws himself to the Ria a a 1 fwd fit a i 18 a bichj5y Bush removed no. I Titi Orfus Wjk Esubi Ehmen to no. 3. Street i doors do a a of a George s store and directly oppo he thecoprkhooioftipps111� Jere he it in Contin to fact Isreall articles Nihls line with neatness fancy furs. a the it Sixte Defi by Tea citizens of la. Too acid Jacl pm a All mods of a Titch Rig done on re a a one of j m 8inser�sewm<rm�ch n s. All work warranted end entire,. Lebauod.july3,1861. Fancy furs Job if a. To. 718 Aich Street Nelowet Gatli . In a Beth a a Dzialek in Ash binds or a a fancy furs for ladles and child tends desire to soy to my friends surrounding could Tea that i ,s0w in store Ouer of Tbs largest and f k08t Avau Tifel Assort. Next a of All kinds Aud a a Silfies sri a fancy furs for ladies and will be worn during this fall and Winter. My tvs Ere purchased in a drops previous to the the new duty imposed 0d ii fire flip ter a since the a first of August. I Iso elate that of Doug air my Stock Lasis 1 will proportion at to. What the goods a be impossible for me1 to import i tether any More furs and sell them at the / pfc Omak to the unsettled state of the affairs fashionable adoring 1ioff5ian void respectfully inform the cd Titus off Eba Uon. That he has re Mold Bis Taj Lori Xuy business to Cumberland doors East of Market Street tend opposite the Eagle hotel where All persons who wish garments made up in the most fashionable style and Best manuf Raro invited to Call. A to Tail oits a just received and for Sale the n. York and 11 1 a Cpl a r port of 9pr it k summer Fash oiw tailors wishing the fashions should let the subscriber know of the fact a a that he can make his army cements accordingly. A Michehl Hoffman. In Bunon. April 10.1861. A a of the sept. A 1662-5<n the name number and Street a John Wareika 7i8 Arch Street la by lady a. Quot nonce. T Joseph 01.eim of the Prate will a a a a i"51 the bus neet Fiuek a. Wanting dec Fla a erg a so. 81�� Banda. A a Quot a Cento v so Tho Hia office. In Mulberry Treel two door. Arnth moravian Chi flu of Lebanon. Lebao jassfar/20,182. Hardware at Cost Riillo subscriber offers his Large and Well selected x Stock or hardware. Paints oils. Car. Cost Roa 4gy parties who have settled their accounts 10 april 1, 1861, will be allowed a lab ral credit 01� Purchase a those who have not tfx titled will find their accounts with a. 8. Ely esq., for immediate settlement and Fouec . M. Kab Many. Lebanon july 17,1861. A. Lebanon female Seminary. Rachel f. Ross principal. Julia Ross. Met meal dep�rthw8t. A. J. Jimison drawing. Rilke a a Atli Sessy ten will commune september 3,1860. X a to Shooli. Designed to elevator the Steij Inird of female education and to offer super Orad vantages at a moderate Cost the school year is divided into two sessions of five months each. Charge per session from 7u to 15 dollars Acen diag . Extra for mule Fred latin and German. A particular Nelm Tami Given to the musical department. Instructions a Pon a be piano Jerodeen and guitar and in singing. Is fish not connected with Tho school a Liber waited upon at their Homes when desired. Aud at the usual rates. Early application should be made to 8tiyk or . Mish. Board of s Hammond 8 j 87 a John moly j pm await c. D. 01.0n1nger, c Grok await Isaac . Josi Aii Funck. Be Bayou. Aug. 21� 18bl. _ a Cerf air Bax Racse. Jouk a Oakl be baulk door Sash and st it am planing in Ceuta on amp ska Horn a told near Houmand stat Bent Lebanon Ryphe Spect Ful i i the Public in general thet Titiev a we sat on Hendy in Uwin a a a it a Mon is of a he a a Ampey a in my la Els proved Stair co my end hand bailing suitable Lor Large and Small building. Nelme a to we now invite Farmers mechanics and builder to cell and examine our Block which we give entire statist action to a who May Yovor a Ign Nith their custom Long acre a 8 Abel Lebanon april 23.18b2. _ a a _4 of Wjk p. �?�?Tthere is also a All kinds mourning. At the. A adj dub Mill. Planina. A Wipff a. Promptly Dona for those who Imay Amish lumber a Loco Iii so list Story. Old major Downing it is known is quartered in Tho Veluce House and Lias written some letters descriptive of the doings there. The1 following is supposed to be the last notable scene pm that House of mourning and was obtained through an intimate Friend of the major 5 a a a v i we ,bv4h�sd pm or fut Solum time Bere sence the ele shuns in Ohio in Diany and Pennsylvan and Loway. Old Abe and Stanton and Welles takes it to Hart very much and it was More than a week after the Noos begin to com in before the president could Tell a Story. To Day be roused up snuff to Tell us one he said the ele shuns reminded him of a hog Speker Latunen Illinoise no wanted to buy ajl the hogs be could and to control the Market. Who got All the Shin plasters in two or three Banks and opened up an office in Chicago to invite Sellers. One Day an old Feller cum in. A mity plane. Lookin Oldi Feller and wanted to sell sum bogs a How Many Bev be got said the Speke Clatur. A a �?~1 Don t k now exactly a ses the a old hog drover. A a a. A it a Wall see .�?~i.gues8 1ii take Al i Yote Cam bring anyhow a and the Figger was named it was a Good Figger. A r. A a a Iowa ses the old Feller jes give me a paper saying what you Llodo and put in that i May deliver them hogs at Clu Cago or Alton or Springfield jest As 1 of course a says the Speke Clatur and he wrote the paper. -. A the old fellow went away and in a few Days his live pork begun to come in. The clerk come in1 one Day and ses to the Speke Clatur a old Benson ses he the old Feller s name was Benson a has sent in 10,000 hogs and Here is a letter from Springfield he has sent in a ,000 there and the agent at Alton says he has sent in 20,000. There and the Money has e on a most run out and he. Writes., for a very Well ses the Speke Clatur a i guess that la finish the old Fellers but he was mistaken. Every morn in More letters More hogs driven in More Money wanted. At last the Speke Clatur begin to get steered and sent for a old Benson who you May be sure was t far away. A Well old Foller a ses he a you Bev a Good Many bogs a a a right smart lot on Mem a seb the old Chap a Bdl Bend in 10000 More to Morrow a a Thunder and blazes 1�?T ses the Spek Erla tur. A How Many on Airth Hev you a a Don t know says old Benson. A i Hev. A big lot to come a see Here old Feller ses the Speke Clatur a i guess you d better quit Deli Erin jest keep the Money you be got. And take All the hogs i Hev and let me out of that contract a for bed found out who old Benson was and begin to Hev a notion of the size of his pile and the strength of Bis game after some disputing the Spe Kerla. Tur made Over his hogs to Benson and shut up his office and went to Settle with the Banks. A now ses old Abo to Stanton a you Kin make the application yourself and May be you d better be Gettin ready to hand Over things itch so democrats for they Don t seam id Bedone deliver in yet. 1 m Requd up he e Sand comes up to his shins. Then he acc. Ogni Zes with unspeakable error that to is1 caught in the Quicksand and that he has beneath him the Foar Ful medium in which Man can no More walk than the fish can swim. He throws off his Load if he has one he Lightens Hist Flike a ship in distress it is already too Lute the Sand is above Bis Knees he Calls he Waves his hat or his handkerchief the Sand gains on him More and More if the Beach is deserted if the land is to far of if the said flank is of too in i repute if there is no Herb in sight it is All Over a he is condemned to Eril ozement a he is condemned to that Appal Irig interment Long infallible implacable impossible to Slacken or , which endures for. Houis a which will not end which seizes you a erect free and full health which draws you by the feet which it every Effort that you attempt it every shout that you utter drags you a Litile deeper which appears to punish you for your resist Ance by a redoubling of its grasp which sinks them Ian . Tie it leaves him cd the time to look it the he Rizii a areas the Green Fields the sir Toke or thou Village in the Pla in the sails of the ships upon the sea the Birds Fly tag and sing my the Sunshine the sky each in i Nute is an-1 Nix Oracle ens Rou Druss the victim intends to sit own to lie Down to creep a very movement he makes inters him he sinks in he feels he is being swab Lowed up he howls implores cries to the Clouds wrings his bands de Spairs. Behold1 him Waist deep in the Sand the Sand reaches hib breast a he is now Only abuse. He raises his arms groans clutches the Beach with his nulls would hold by that Straw leans upon his elbows to pull himself out of this soft Sheath. Bobs Frenzi edly the Sand roses. The Sand reach a his so boulders the Sand reaches Bis neck the face alone is visible now. The Mouth cries the Sand fills it silence. The eyes still gaze the Sand shuts them then the forehead decreases a Little hair flutters above the Sand a. Hand protrudes conies through the Beach moves and shakes and sinister effacement of a Victor Hugo. A Appie Oiin a see Tinei. In parisian print shop windows May be still seen occasionally a pictorial represent anon of a Well known anecdote of Napoleon i first. Brought halt by one of ins own sentinels in consequence of his inability to give the cd pass word. Like Veteran who in obedience to his orders was so near running his Bay Ronez into his majesty has been recently received at a on Tai Bleau by the present emperor who conversed with Bun a considerable Lime and among other questions asked him a though you did not know it was the emperor would you have really shot him a to which the Veteran replied Quot no sire i would Only have wounded Bun with my the name of this a historical debris of the Empire is Guluche. And the version he gives of a the celebrated a an dec Rote m question As interesting differing in some respect with the Long current Story. A a a a it was said the Veteran a in 1809, after the Victory of be Tusberg that 1 was posted at the Entrance of a h Elf destroyed building in which the emperor had taken up his quarters. My orders were not to allow anybody to pass unless accompanied by an of Ficor of the staff. In the evening a Perso i Wear Tina. Grey overcoat Cam o towards me i lowered my Bayonet and called out a nobody passes Here a these were the words i used and i never added a even if you Weapu Tho Little Corporal. Hun self .a8 has wrongfully Rapu Sedito me since to cause did Nof know l had before me. The on. Without seeming to notice what i had l then brought my Bayonet to the charge and called out a a if you take another step 1 will run my Bayonet stomach emperor returned to his quarters and 1 was carried off to . A you Are lost Ryaboy bad a my comrades a you have committed an assault on Tho emperor a a a Slop a bit Quot said a Cwb atom my orders a i shall explain All this t tothe co tips martial a the emperor sen t to fetch me and when i. Came into his presence be said a Grenadier thou Mayst put. A red ribbon in thy Button Hole. I give thee the a thanks my emperor a a answered a but there is no shop in this country. hero i can buy the a Well Quot replied the emperor with a smite a take a piece from a woman a red Petticoat. That will answer the purpose just As this is the Story As Oulu che recounted it to the great emperors Nephew and successor. It is known that the faithful Sentinel continued to serve through All the campaigns when he was not confined to the Hospital by his wounds till the con Elud King Battle of Waterloo after which he was discharged returned to his Village and resumed his occupation As an agricultural labourer. On his recent visit to Fontain Ilcau his Only introduction was his portrait engraved by Madame Viardot Garcia Tho distinguished Singer. He was re Civ cd by the emperor with great cordiality and by him presented to the Empress the Imperial. Prince and the whole court previous to his departure the emperor asked him if lies wished for anything to which Kjos Luche replied a i no longer a Dag ire any thing. Now i have seen youve Ali am satisfied. I Only beg of you to give me your three portraits a a request which the emperor promised him should to complied with. The Romance of royally. An English paper says a there is a Good Deal of the Romance of Royalty in the family of the future Queen of . Her Uncle Duke Charles the head of the House. Of. Schleswig Holstein so Riderburg Glucksberg is married to the divorced wife of the King of Denmark and there is believed to be a love Lale at the Bottom of Yoe Uff i amp fill a Tarjie volum a Pye certain it a is that King Pride Vicki Vii was divorced from Queen Wilheimina his first Consort in september 1837� and but eight months after of the 19th May 1838, the.royal.,lady�?T was reunited in the Bonds. Of a Matrimony to Duke Charles her Junior by six the name of the eldest aunt of Prin of a Cess Alexandria prino�88 Mary 9 nge of this terrible weapon ape ids connected. With another Romance which ended m a. Morgan atic mar Riago with a colonel Hasperg at jury brought id a verdict of a innocent of afe intent to kill.�?T? the first gun tried was similar to wire used in the revolution except that it had a Large touch Hole and the Carriage was painted Green instead of Blue. This novel and ingenious weapon was pointed at a target about sixty Yards Distant. It did no to hit it and As nobody saw any Ball there was much perplexity expressed. A midshipman did say that he thought the Bull inst Havo run Dott of the touch Hole when they loaded up for which be was instantly expelled from the service. After a Long search without finding Tho Ball there was some summoning the naval retiring Board to decide on the matter when somebody happened to look into the Mouth of the Cannon and Dis covered that the Ball had not went out at All. The inventor said this would happen sometimes especially if you did not. Put a Brick Over the touch Hole when you fired the the government was so pleased with this explanation that it ordered forty guns on the spot at two he undred thousand dollars a piece. The guns to be furnished As soon As the War is Over. The next weapon tried was Jinks double Hack action revolving Camion for Terry boats. It consists of a heavy Bronze tube revolving on a Pivot with both ends open Anda touch Hole the Middle. While one gunner it Khz Adoard in atone in another one puts in a Load at Tho other end one touch Hole serving for both. Upon applying the match the gun is whirled swiftly around on a Pivot and both bulls Fly out in circles causing great Slaughter on both sides. This terrible engine was aimed at the targe with great accuracy but As the gunner has a Large family dependent on him for support he refused to apply the match. The government was satisfied without firing and ordered six of the guns at a million of dollars apiece. to be furnished in time for our next War. The last weapon subject to trial was. A Mountain howitzer of a new pattern. The inventor explained that its great advantage was that it required no powder. In Battle it is placed on the top of a High Mountain and a Ball slipped loosely into it As passes the foot of the Mountain the gunner in charge tips Over the howitzer and the Ball Rolls Down the Side of the Mountain into the midst of the doomed foe. The s44.ifk a family paper Foft Yourn &&-c&7ntry, in Trina and a by we or a a esd but or Quot 2d Story of Funck new 1 a. Ii Keg cites Miaad st. A give Dollar and fifty year. A is a ii amp i amp ski so is to sort a it the a ten amp rate. The Ufeo establish in a dts and the Public Gener ally Arete spectrally solicited to Send a 49-Handbllls printed at to %. T to a a a a go Tagat i. A a it a Lebanon Wjk stage free t. pens Tirania out of Lebanon Cote if Vii Tehla pm Quarter or 13 cents a year. A a out of this state Eta or Tiar Taftt it 2b ctr. A Yea if the Post a is not paid la Advance rate Ardon it Ltd Whoso death 1843, of the a is Ker hand in fresh Morgan atic Alliance to a count of Shohei Tkai. The next aunt Princess Frederica an exceed i Gay handsome and accomplished lady married m Early life the reigning Duke of Anhalt Fernburg. Who not Long after became mentally affected so us to be incapacitated for government the decrease of happiness however brought with it an increase of Power to the Princess Frederica who has now the great style of Duch Ess co Regent of Anhalt-bernburg., a a the history of another aunt the youngest of Princess Alexandria is More striking still. Princess Louise of Schleswig Holstein Sonderburg Glucksberg born in 1820, was counted some Twenty years ago on of. The most Beautiful of Royal ladies in Germany and As such was naturally surrounded by a Host of High born admirers. The wooing however was unsuccessful my every instance and one after the other the Herzog t or. Sten and Graten bad to retire from the matrimonial Field hopeless of the fair hand Princess. The Romance ended by. Princess Louise becoming a nun in teeing the Little con vent of Itze Hoe int Holstein to the dignity of abbess of which she was elected in August 1860 a on the maternal Side Princess Alexandria is closely related to the British Rojy Al family the Duchess of Cambridge being her grandfathers sister the Grandfather Landgraf Wilhelm is press native heir to the ill governed electorate of Hesse Cas Sel either in his own person or that of his son Prince Frederick. The Landgraf now seventy years old is possessed of considerable private prop erty in. Various parts of Germany and it is said that the manage of the Prince of Wales with his granddaughter Wil take place at one of his country beats the Beautiful chateau of Rumpe Helm near Frankfort on the left Bank of the main. That this will be the Case is highly probable in is much As the English Huron sent. Can scarcely go to Copenhagen to be received As the guest of the Loyal countess Danner Chilom miss Ras. Nussen of Hanover nos to Tho co dirt of Hesse Kassel. Presided Over by another Morgan atic lady formerly the wife of a non commissioned officer in the service of or even to a place in Schleswig Holstein since the Ducal family As Well As the inhabitants of that country Are naturally not on Good terms with Princess Alexandria s father who is looked upon As a renegade from the Pohtio Al Creed of his ancestry. Government contract by Cannon a rare specimen of Rich satirical humor will be observed in the follow int extracts from of Kerr Esq published id the n t. Sunday Mercury by invitation of a Well known official i visited the Navy Yard yester iday Tho trial of some us Uuie ubi Vici in a Vul j i Utt Junco , the newly invented rifled Cannon the Stanton we cant control their Arfet. Noise brought out the it whole staff the 1 to my Law of Short Aura ion Ana the 1 a i a a i Quot f 7,&Quot greatly on the height of the mean Tain and the distance to its base. The government ordered forty of these Mountain howitzers at a Hundred thousand dollars apiece to be planted on the first mountains discovered in the enemy a country. These Are a great times for gunsmiths my boy and if you find any old Cannon around Tho shops just Send them along. A thinking society. A Hist Oncal fact was related to us a Day or two since which is not lacking in significance at the present time and might be repeated with som advantage. During the reign of the elder Adams and when the alien and sedition. Laws were in full Force a society of gentlemen in Pennsylvania who were m a measure debarred by one of those infamous Laws from a free express Tou of opinion determined to meet together at stated times and sit in perfect silence for a Given period of time at the close of which they adjourn without uttering a word. These meetings were de nominated Quot a dunking societies a and strange to say they were largely attended. Tho number of members increased daily and were remarkable not Only for their unanimity but for the influence they yielded against the party in Power. A a a. Their practice was to meet simultaneously at a Given hour take their seats without a word and at the striking of the clock they would arise and disperse. can Well imagine the influence of such a the Public mind then burning with indignation at the by Ranny of the government which bad made it penal offence to criticise the acts of the executive and to that extent deprived the people of the natural and inalienable right of free speech. They were determined however the exercise the Freedom of thought which is beyond the reach of human tyranny and who can Mesuro the Power of that electric sympathy passing around the Circle of those silent men. As from Eye to Este they flashed the Story of their wrongs and their determination to redress them ? it was More eloquent than the eloquence of a Demosthenes or american. A a a a there is More of this Story and often when quite a youth Havo we sat eagerly listening to its recital by the old democrats of Pennsylvania. It was this in addition to this a thinking society Quot ten or fifteen neighbors Wou a Quot get their horses tie a stick in their Mouths and ride into the Village make signs for what they wanted and return again. It was said to be most effective electioneering and the a Blue bellied Quot tyrants who sup ported old John Adams and his a gag Laws a would turn Pale and skulk in to their houses. A a som of the jails of Penn Sjo Lama Wero full of a suspected persons a us Der the Rule of the alien and sedition a twp or ask they were called and represented As above the gag Laws to it Ere was a general a reign of terror and if any of the Best men of the country wore business. There was a Woji issued for or Jefferson who was at the head of the democratic a disloyal its is they were called in those a Days but he evaded it and was a felted to fill or. Adams seat 1n the White House and peace and Freedom again prevailed. Our v Hole count re a As. Been a a Al Hinkis society Fot to frs past year and to Itiat we owe amp wage of our Success the people did night to require a great Deal of a facial stiff dealing to go to the elections. In fact stump speaking was of Little consequence unless it was bold enough to meet Tho requirements. Feelings and urge it on to Topur Ageous a Clione the people in Luicir deep solemn sad reflections were far of head of Tho politicians. They had been thinking a the whole land was a a thinking society a and nothing but the Hope of a poli tical revolution prevented thinking breaking Dutieu Thun Der tones audible to every ear. A 3 the Art of thinking is a great arts it stands at the very head of All arts. It is the Leaver which moves All human Progress All improvements All. Inventions All learning All civilization and everything worked by or operated upon by human Genius and intellect above Ibe brute creation. A tor a .4 How the King of Dahomey averts an july last there was a severe earthquake in the King of Dahomey imagining that it was the perturbed spirit of father speaking in his Wrath appeased it by ordering Public sacrifices of human beings. The first Day three chiefs were beheaded the next Day 24 persons of less degree the next Day 24 others. The fourth Day was devoted to feasting but on the succeeding Day sixteen men and sixth few War meow of Sierra Leone attired in Europe off dress alter being paraded about and exposed to studied indignities were beheaded with Blunt knives with As Many horses and an Alligator sacrificed with them and with whose blood theirs was mingled. One was crucified against a tree to which be was fastened by nails driven through his forehead Bis heart his bands and his Leet and with a horrible touch of the grotesque a Large Cotton urn Brolly was stuck in the corpses grasp in the Market the King was seated on a dais making War speeches to his assembled subjects. Around wore rows of gory Heads the Heads of prisoners slain during the night after being frightfully tortured. Ait this is testified to by a dutch merchant or. Busehart who had been invited to visit tie King As he had a great curiosity to see a dutchman. If mry Busehart had a curiosity As eager to see an african King he has probably had his curiosity satisfied by the Otheir ape Laie which to the London Post is urging the Brit ish government to Stop these Fet Rbar cities by overturning the dad they Monarch who has recently threatened Abb Coketta with 50,000 troops and it is feared. Will extend his Power and increase bib already colossal enormities. Juthe member of comte ii st at Large Frosi Illinois a there is considerable inquiry As to what is meant by the term a a member of Congress at Large from it is this the republicans in the legislature gerrymandered the state Laid it off into districts before they knew for certain How Many members would be allotted to it they thought it would get shift Ecna it get fourteen. Under these circumstances As the legislature had not convened Tho whole state was called Spott to choose the fourteenth than there being no Dis to let allotted to him. At the 4>ext session of the legislature the state a will to re distinct de for fourteen nem Bers. Irr o Weigley commis Blois Merf Bant ?01l the Sale of a butter. Eggs cheese. Tallow cards poultry. Game. Dried fruits fee. A no. 170 Reade Street. One door Bovo Washington. 5�wi0sk,. References Robb k a Couff. New York alien amp brother do w. In six frit Lucr. Iwo do Jones shepord. Rio slam ton. Tju Buch a for Upten do Samuel a. Johnson Fajg. A we breadline a. Lebanon. A l. Bots Canton Obj a w c Curry amp co. Bankers. Ene. A. Hon. Jiin stylus. Allentown. october 29.1862. National hotel late White Swan Mace sired above third Phila nihi3 establishment offers great inducements not of. July on account of reduced rate of Boardrow 3ms Bruni its Centre location to the Kvennes of Tab adj a awed a As the afforded by the Perara Phi anger Ita Illava. Running Pfout Aad con Pons to it. By which a Puente can Pasa be and from the hotel to the different Itai Road depots should they be preferred to the regu Lar of Uniqua belonging to the Alonse. Am determined to denote my whole attention to the coi Elbrt and of my guest. Terms $1 25 per Day. D c Siim Gist. Proprietor a i a formerly d lib Eagle hotel. Lebanon t. V. Sao ids. Cd Cost Pliha March 12,1862 Vood Coal posts rails a Wiltje undersigned Ian Purohi red the Coel and Wood -1 Yermo Ranniel , merchent in we Lent Street. North Lebanon Borough near Tho Union Carml amp a re Thev will constantly rep. On band. Alar a apply of All kinds of coai., rho b they or ii Aell a a i a. A it. . A a by the b it toed or by the ton. Also Cord Wood a lit Kory of amp of. A a Awo ones tent poets and Ralls Irh Fel. Will he sold in Large or Small quantities it. The most reasonable prices. Cool or Wood Shuha punctually delivered by Tho undersigned to an place in town or Vicinity. The Public Are invited to Call and inn clone it Tendance will in Given. Grain i Grain it a Grain 1 wanted. off rain Wegt Bye a can. a ote. Ver and Timothy seed will by the under Elg tied at be he Sheet prices for Cash or in . Wood a. Amp Jonathan gbe3aman, Christian 0. 51eily. April 24. Mere 7 a a clothing _ Witt be sold 1 extremely a liftoff a paces. It a at by. One of to to firm of Raber 4 broa., Haa 4 Tina Ftorek of ready made the which will of Hole him to eel lower than any or hmm alte can be bought. Call and Sefor your a spa Defoe you make vent 6�il pm Schate v a ti1rcb d00ks West from court�hou8f. La Thanou sept. To. 1861. Fiji re rarer. A a i a of you a want a photograph of yourself or Friend the beat a to be had at daily a gallery next door to a a Lebanon Deposit Bank

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