Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
8 Oct 1862

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8 Oct 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 8, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaA Fly to Kuntie up a so a ram to amp assortment of Job Type of coif i no a cd Tell Ralphleta checks business cards handbills circular labels. Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of bar invitations tickets &c., fee. �9 deeds of All kind. Common and judgment Bonds. To Clisol justices constables and other Blanks printed correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Sale at this office at prices a to suit the subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a year. A address we. Bresgun Lebanon a july 3, 1301. Clocks thirty let a a Liggitt Way thirty i totter clocks just received at let. J. Blair s jewelry store Lebanon a. Hom vol. Í4�?no. 16. And shoes. 1 a a a cd he cry up Estfall in forms his friends Tinnes the�n.? in Severn a that he still con Lebanon pa., wednesday october 8, 1862. 3sg�w��? few djs North is Good i Buote and is if0�?T�?T18-Wade, hence any one wanting Partio Atn is it wl11 Las Quot rive him a Call work 011 Psid t0 a a a Liotla of Furnace Eivin Quot Quot at Fietz Rii ? &Quot-arrant�1> he feels confident of Givin. Satik faction to every Otic. Our i a a Uii tone that cannot be surpassed in this Bor Lebanon August 20,1s02. A Grbav jul Lebanon Valley Institute tvi�?~an0n coii�?T4y a Pic Side a m principal. T sessi0n will commence on a monday july 21st. Tub school has the my ,iic1i00r. Lens 1,10 �?o4 vintages of a pleasant Beautiful location spacious buildings Vontilla Ted and rooms a Fine Library and a abduct of study is not fixed the studies of Kulhvi in t is recording to the to con afford in school or to the profession be designs to per Sneps a eight a text offers special Trivan those Olio propose in teaching As Nve �t�1l�8l p5rs conforms strictly to the require i ii s. The county Sujer intendant. And to Tho course of the state Nimal school. Circulars and Fusilier information can be obtained by addressing the principal. W. J. Burnside Auville a. Dune 25,1862. Cheap store top Rauch amp Light. M ote Corner of Cumberland Street and Plank Road Lebanon a. Fits fits fits a 11,13 removed his no. 1 tailoring Toms Lathalla Vincnt to no. 3, North Walnut Street. 2 Tom a. George s store Grid directly opposite the court House up a fairs where he Ejli Continuo to t manufacture ail articles in his line with neatness Tui dispatch. I articular attention will be paid to cutting and making children s clothing a ,6c. He solicits a continuance of Tho very Lilie i r0.n�?ob< to a far extended by the citizens of lob a a a fld �11111. All kinds of stitching done on Rea Ili Wirt cos a f0i.e<,r/ my Quot so is sewing machines. 1ceaw1tmawe will be sold at v a oms Pricen. J. A Bek one of the firm of Haber amp bros., Lias taken the Stock of ready made clothing it Fth anywhere opo1"�?��?T11 a a "j10 slim to soil to Quot her than anywhere else can be bought. Cali and. See for your selves before you make your Feii Purchase a a a a Tell Lukk looks West from court House Lebanon sept.-2�, 1861. A Henitz Ziarek. Ment of buy goods by selected Assort groceries. ,.a a Queens Are amp off r a a a respectfully invite the attention of the Public. I Cir dry goods. Havo ail been selected with the greatest care from the largest importing houses in Philadelphia. Groceries a Large stick of cheap sugars coffees teas chocolate and ail kinds of spices. Also a Largo assortment of Queens Are Aiu Oug which Are the newest patterns together with almost a endless variety of goods in their line of business which will be sold very cheap for Cash or county produce taken in Exchange. Bags bags bags the attention of Millers and Farmers is directed to their Large Stock of rags which they will sell at wholesale prices. October lu�1860. Rauch amp Light. All employees a a. A a a a it it a a vib Reabie Mil my my we a w in a a a a nest in the service of the United states to for tin purpose of crashing the rebellion now threatening the i Bertini of our country Are hereby assured that their respective situations will be kept open and Given them immediately on their return and that the fact of theiral volunteering to defend their country in this emergency will be considered hereafter a a Treut by m their favor for promotion to any suitable positions in the service of this company. T�l-1 Aii a Clil talks b. Smith president. Philadelphia August st 1862. Ang.l3-3m. Ii the Umio a rrc7t Street above third Phila m7t�pn�t?-s hey co is proprietor i a a a a Jug with convenient by passenger cars j. To All part of the City and in every particular �ia.t0 to Quot Ltd Quot it rur and wants of the business Publia. Lcrins$2.o0perday, sept. 11, my. Kolloc Kis Bandvik Iii Coffee. G. Weigley commission a merchant rud All bilious disorders. Thousand a who pm Vav in compelled to abandon the use of Coffee will use this without injurious effects. On Ucan contains the Stree the of two pounds of Ordinary Coffee. Price 25 cent st a Kollock s a Evairst the purest and Best baking poly Der known i making Light us s. T and nutritious bread and cakes Price 25 cents. Foll the Sale of butter eggs cheese tall the lard poultry game pried fruits amp a. No. 170 Reade a Street one door above Washington new York. References Afan he. H. Kollock chemist Comer of Broad and Chestnut streets Philadelphia a 80, by no druggists Aad grocers. Philadelphia february 26, 1862-ly.w to a Quot Johnson do a. 31. Or Calm esq., Lebanon a. L. Betz Clindton Ohio w. C. Curry amp co., Bankers Erie a. John sties Esq a. July id.1862. M4nh00d. How lost How Pestoresi just i published in a sealed envelope Price 6 ets a Gore Raj a the a a�1?e�?� a i Radical to mrrri�goewrmiyrwtbu5ues37consnmptmn, up Ilc tiv and fits Sental and physical incapacity resulting from self abuse Robt. J. Culver Well m. A author of the Green Book Dos. The world Reno was he author in this admirable , clearly proves from his own experience Taftt the awful consequences of self abuse May be effectually removed without Medicine and without dangerous surgical operations bogies instruments rings or cordials pointing out a Mode of cure at once certain and effectual by which every buffered no matter what Hia end Iliou May be May cure himself cheaply privately and radically. This lecture will prove a Boon to thousands and thousands. Sent under Seal to any address a a Plain sealed envelope. On the receipt of by a cents or two postage 122�, by addressing Chas. J. C. Kline amp co. 127 bowery new York Post office Box 4586. August 20,1862._ d. S Raber a wholesale and retail drug store has been removed to Bis new building of Cumberland a Street a pro Situu Englc buildings. Lebanon a. announces Tobis Etc Nain to l Taucer and the Public in general that he bus you i a a a the new York weekly journal of Commerce family and business paper. J h a a a st weekly in America r nov from All Tho world the Best reports v the produce Grain and cattle Trade dry goods and Money markets. A j _ be f0,�,t,0 a apr Bank Zers North or South. Tile sup. Porter of the Union the and the Laws. Terms i of one year. Twenty copies or no words to one address $1 thirteen copies to one address $15. Eight copies $10. Poor copies $6. Three copies $5. Under three copies each. A Xin it 0ry to a by one sending a club of Twenty with Tho Money the daily journal of comm a a wf�3be�s�rxter�fftn 91 Wall Street new York. January 22, �?T62. About an engine and who would be f of nit a i m a _ Nutly on hand a Large Stock of drugs medicines cite Mocalis varnishes t perfumery. Paints Dye stuffs turpentine Glass Ware brushes hair oils extracts burning fluid surgical instrument toilet soaps be stirs tobacco a re. Ais a variety of fancy articles too numerous to mention which he offers at Low rates and warrants the qualities of the articles As represented. Purchasers will please remember this Ulm exam Ioc Tho qualities and prices of his goods before purchasing elsewhere. Ltd physician is proscriptions and fun ily recipes carefully compos Deil at All hours of the a Day or night by Catling it tie drug store opposite the Ragle buildings. A on sundays the store will to opened for the compounding of prescriptions Between the hours of 7 and 10 of clock a. 33., 12 and 1, and 4 and 5 1�. Lebanon aug. 13 1862._david s. Haber. Liila. Amp Reading Railroad. Lebanon Valley Branch. _ a amp two daily passenger trains to read ing and Harrisburg. Pass Lebanon going East to Reading at 9.15 a. M., and 2.46 p. 31. Bass Lebanon going West to Harrisburg at 7.04 p. And 12.10 p. 31. At Reading both trains make close Connexions for Philadelphia Pottsville Tamaqua Danville Williamsport amp a. Morning train Only connects at Reading for Wilkes Piarre it Aston Ulm Scranton. At Harrisburg trains connect with a norther Central a and a Cumberland Valley railroads for Pittsburg Lancaster Baltimore s�uburychamber6-Burg, amp a. Through tickets to Lancaster in no. I cars $150, to Baltimore $3 30. 80 lbs baggage allowed to each passenger. The second class Cara run with All the above trains. Through first class ticket sat reduced rate to Niagara Falla Detroit Chicago and All the principal Points in the West North West and Canadas and immigrant tickets at lower fares to All above places can be bad of application to the station agent at Lebanon. Through first class Coupon tickets Aud Emigrant tickets at reduced fares to All the principal Points in the North and West and the Canadas. Commutation tickets. With 26 coupons at 25 per cent discount Between any Points desired and mileage tickets. Good for 2000 Miles Between All Points at $45 each for families and business firms. Top trains leave Philadelphia for Reading Harrisburg and Potts Vilic at 8 a. 31. And 3.30 and 5 31. 4jsgp passengers arc requested to Purchase tickets before the trains Start. Higher fares charged if paid in the cars. G. A. Nicolls july 30, 1862. Engineer and superintendent. Is tinning an engine in Rob a i service. From a thirteen months in the rebel the Engineer Charles Little refused to run the train on during the night As he was not Well acquainted with the Road and thought it dangerous. In addition the head Light of the locomotive being out of order and the of Frozen he would not make it Burn and to could not possibly run without it. Colonel Williams. Grew angr3h probably suspecting him of Union sentiments Ami of wishing to delay the train cursed him rather roundly and at length told him he should run it under a guard adding to the guard already on the engine a if any Accident occurs shoot the cursed Little Vyas a North pen Man. Upon the threat thus in of amp red the Engineer seemed to yield and prepared to Start the train. As if having forgotten an important matter he said hastily a ooh i must have some Oil a and stepping Down off the locomotive walked toward the engine House. When he was about Twenty Yards from the cars the guard thought of their duty and one of them followed Little and called upon him to halt but in a moment he was to Hind the machine shop and off in the dense Woods in the deep the commotion soon brought the colonel and a crowd and while they were cursing each other All around the fire men and most of the Brake Ronen ripped off and Here we were with no Means of getting ahead. All this had stood on the engine rather enjoying the Melee but taking no part in it when colonel Williams turning to me said a can not you run the engine v i replied a to a you have been on it As we came a. A yes sir As a matter of a done to you know How to Start and Stop her a a yes that is easy enough but if and thing should go wrong could not adjust it.�?T. A to difference no difference sir i must boat Bowling a Green to Morrow and you Mast put us i looked him in the Eye and said calmly a colonel Williams i can not voluntarily take the responsibility of managing a train with a thousand men aboard nor will i be forced to do it under a guard who know nothing remorseless pressure o a with almost admiration de to be deliberate and insatiable. The show la i a not great the Advance seemed be it slowed on through a after car with a steady and deter which suggested at that critical moment a vast and resist whole no. 694. Tho engine it appear isolate and slow but ined course is living a r if colonel Irown from be Gorge be a Ward to sex gent. When motion be sed i knew my time of trial Neari Williams had hot been the top of the cars into Low he would soon he it cute his threat a to shot me if any Accident occurred. I st coed o it of the Cap on the rail no if t no along to the smoke stack so Asto be out of View to one cd Mii g of id toward the engine and yet Tojic 1 in in the full Light of Tho a Stein which hung in the Cap. exactly As i had surf Isoda for i had seen a specimen Tern per and recklessness.�?4cmmc stamp Jyz. R. Teeg s liquor store Corner of Market and water streets Lebanon a. Rpm life Antler signed respectfully informs to Public i that la Bas received an extensive Stock of the choicest a and purest liquors of All descriptions. These Feggo liquors be is invariably disposed to sell at in Low prices. Wobu drug Girth Farmei a ii Otel keepers and oth Era will consult their Ovra interests by buying of the under Bitgood. L. 1l Deg. Lebanon july 0,1862._ Lebanon female Seminary. Rachel f. Ross Prine Pul. Julia Ross musics . Or a. J. Jimis0n, drawing. A Phe ninth session will commence september3,1860. Quot a this school is designed to elevate the Standard of female education and to offer Superior advantages at a to moderate Cost. The school year is divided into two sessions of five months Yaeli. Charge per session from 7j� to 15 dollars according to thestus Dierof the scholar. Extra for music French Lathi and German. Is particular attention Given to the musical department. Instructions upon the Plano Mojo icon and a guitar and in singing. Pupils not connected with the school will be waited upon it their Homes when is Fred and at the usual application by Fuld be made to. B. J. Stine or j. W. Mish. A Board of directors i d. Al. Tt�m310ind. S. J. Stine of oven 31b1ly, j. W. Mish c. D. Gl0n1nger. C. Green a Alt Isaac Bec Alliy Josiah Funck. Lebanon aug. 21, 1881. A Luau Lonsac bus. Joun o. Sahel. Lebanon door Sash and steam planing located on the steam Nuj Mise Road near Cumberland _ Street East Lebanon. Rilke undersigned respectfully inform x the Public in general that they till manufacture and keep on hand door Sash shutter blinds flooring weather boards 0 Geo Serin. Moulding a of All sizes Wash boards curing. Sur Buce cornices and All kinds of building 31 materials for houses. We aug construct the latest and most improved Stair gating and hand hailing suitable for Large and Small building. A a we now invite Farmers mechanics and builders to Call and examine on flock which to win warrant to give entire satisfaction to All who May favor the undersigned with their custom. 10ngac11e amp q am a �>0�?o�hmer�l2aiec8cell kinds of turning it the Bimbo Mill. Planing sawing a. Promptly done iat those who May furnish lumber if you wan a a picture of your deceased Friend enlarged Ima is Lii Oam it daily s gallery next door is the a Obanon Deposit rank. Fashionable tailoring removal. Michael Hoffman would respectfully inform the citizens of Lebanon that he has removed his tailoring business to Cumberland Street two doors East of Market Street and opposite the Eagle hotel where All persons who wish garments made up in the most fashionable style Aud Best manner arc invited to Call. To tailors a just received and for Sale the and Philadelphia report of Spring amp summer fashions. Tailors wishing the fashions should let the subscriber know of the fact so that to can make ids arrangements accordingly. 31icha5l iiofi31an. Lebanon april 10,1861. Books and stationery Waii Torii in and teacher so Headquarters a Mwai has removed has removed Liis Book store to Market Square. Lebanon where May be bad on reasonable terms a general assortment of school us Nav school theological and miscellaneous books of every description. Copy books ciphering books leather and paper bound Bass books and every variety of stationery ac., wholesale and retail. Window shades. A Largo of variety Plain fancy buit Green Gilt a. Paper shades. Neat patterns Plain Green Blue and Gilt. Also the latest Aud simplest st y l15s of fixtures. Call and examine. Lebanon september 27 .1860.___ a Bam s. Ii Ribi attorney at Law in Funckes Story in Thoro Siua lately occupied by John u now Muir to Bitton a. Lebanon april to 1862-6m. Cyrus 8�. , in Walnut Street nearly opposite the Buck hotel and two doors South from Kurmu Iyo a hardware store. Lebanon april 9, l862.-ly s. T. Mcadam attorney at Law office in Cumberland Street in the room lately occupied by we. 31. Dorr Lebanon in a. Lebanon july 3, 1862.___________ Msj invt web Moiray in Cumberland Street in the office of Hie fat Lior gen. John we Dinan. Lebanon August 28, 1861. So slice. Tose ii glei3�, Justice of the dead Willat fend to the Scriv ening business Surix As writing deeds mortgages releases Bonds agreements k�., &c., at Bis Liliee in Mulberry Street two doors South of the moravian Church in Tho Borough of Lebanon. Lebanon january 29,1862. If you want Ano. L a3ibrotyte, very cheap go to daily a gallery next door to Tjie Lebanon Deposit Dank a it men att porn an Send away this guard and come yourself on the locomotive i will do the Best i and now commenced my apprent. Tic ship to running a secession Railroad train with a rebel regiment on Board. The engine behaved admirably and i began to feel quite Safe for she obeyed every command-1 gave her As she acknowledged me he right jul lord. A i i could not but be startled at the position in which 1 was placed holding in my hand the lives of More than a thousand men running a train of Twenty five cars Over a Road i bad never seen running without a head Light and the Road so dark that i could Only see a Rod or two ahead and to Crown All knowing almost nothing of the business. Of course 1 ran slowly about ten Miles an hour and never look my hand of Tho throttle or my Eye from Tho Road. The colonel at length grow confident and almost confidential and did most of the talking As i had no time for conversation. When we had run about thirty Miles and every thing was going Well Jol. Williams concluded to walk Back on the top of the Box cars to a passenger car which was attached to the rear of the train and occupied by the officers. This somewhat hazardous move he commenced just As we struck a stretch of trestle work which carried the Road Over a Gorge some fifty feet As the locomotive reached the end of the trestle work Tho Grade Rose a Little and i could see through or. In a deep Cut which the Road ran into an obstruction. What it was or How far ahead i had almost no Conception but Quick As thought and thought is As lightning in such circumstances i whistled for the brakers shut off the steam and waited the collision. I would have reversed the engine but a fear that a reversal of its action would Crown up Tho cars on the trestle work and throw them into the Gorge below forbade nor was there Wisdom in jumping off As the Steep embankments on either Side would prevent escape from the wreck of the ears when the collision came. All this was decided in an instant of time and Quot calmly awaited the Shock which Isaw was unavoidable. Though the Speed which was very moderate before was considerable Demi wished in Tho fifty Yards Between the obstacle and the head of the train 1 saw that we would certainly run into the rear of another train which was the obstruction i had seen. The first ear struck was loaded with Hay and Grain. My engine lit term Fly split it in two throwing the Hay right and left and scattering the Grain like chaff. The next car loaded with Lior ses was in like manner torn to pieces and Tho. Horses piled upon Tho sides of the Road. The third ear loaded with tents and Camp equipage seemed to present greater resistance As the locomotive Only reached it and came to a stand Stofil. A my emotions during Vpege mom Ptg Weye most Peculiar. J by phed Trep ing and cursing urd pm mph g from the ear on to the tender he Drew a pistol and cried out Webre is that cursed Engineer that did this pretty Job ? ill shoot him the minute i Jay eyes on a i threw up my six Shorter so that the Light of the lantern shone upon it while he would see if at All and said with deliberation a colonel Williams Ifyu a i raise your pistol you Are a dead Mal a done stir but listen to me. I a you done just what any Man must have done under the circumstances. I stopped the train As soon As possible Imd ill convince you of it if you area reasonable Man Ano Titer word of shoot or you go a a done to shoot done to Siquot a he cried a a put up your pistol and so will la i replied. 1 i he. Did so and came Forward and i explained the impossibility of seeing the train sooner a i had no head Light and they Liq carelessly neglected to leave a Light on the rear of the other train. I in in a a re in choleric colonel to go Forward and expend his Wrath and curses on the conductor of the Foi v id u n to t had stopped in such a Planje. And sent out no signal Man in Ibe rear nor even left a red Light. He acknowledged i was right. I to i inf med him that i was an a of a Beer 4n tie ordnance department and was in charge of shipment of for Bowling Green and would?1 have him court Martiale when of reached there unless he apologized for the threats lie had made. Tai Iii inform vindication of a . The memory of whatever has been Quot Noble or excellent is a Pover for Good in the world and it becomes each generation to guard Alle ugh influences As have come to it from the past and to transmit them in tin diminished Force to its successors. In the Case of one sacred Memphy there is added to the weight of this obligation the Sanction of a higher the Loving ministry of Mary of Bethany the sister of Martha and Lazarus has been divinely com mended a to the whole world for a memorial of her a and Tibia my mini Vasli Nulf he As fragrant in All lie is in e co try Spikenard a Shieh she poured on the head and feet of her beloved master. the last Tow years there have been published in this Coon try some Sau and most unwarrantable commentaries upon Tho character of this beloved woman which Are now multiplying these Ives histories and doing a cat to Justice to the Mehi Opy thus left As a legacy to the Christian one of the most striking of these biographies by Rev. Or. Spring of new York and forms a lengthy chapter in the second volume of his contrast of scripture characters. Throughout this cruel dissection of her supposed character the Learned doctor represents Mary of Bethany As a recovered prostitute who had abandoned a life of infamy at the Call of the master. This unaccountable mistake has been since repeated by Many who have taken the imposing work As Hamff iolent authority and the children fun Many of our sunday schools Are be Fig trained to the belief of this sad Story. Thore is not the Shadow of foundation for such represent unions. It is evident that a careless Reading of the different gospels has confounded the of the a woman in the City., which was a sinner a described in the seventh chapter of Liiko but whose name is nowhere Given with the service of Mary As the Twenty sixth of Matthew fourteenth of Mark and twelfth of John. This confusion of incidents has been aided by the statement in johnb 2, that a it was that Mary which anointed the lord with ointment and wiped his feet with her hair whose brother Lazarus was a Little examination of the two narratives however will show a wide difference Between them and Render it a Mattor of astonishment that a Learned divine should fall into such an error. The similarity consists in the fact that in each Case the incidents occurred in the House of a person called Simon while Tho master sat at meat that ointment was used As a grateful offering and that each of the women wiped his feet with their hair. But there was a marked contrast in other particulars. The one occurred in the City of rain Early in the history of the three years ministry the other in Tho Village of botany two years afterwards Only six Days before the passover and in the last month of the masters life. The Simon of main was Simon the Pharisee the other was Simon the Leper one doubtless who had been healed of that loathsome disease. The former invited the master As he taught in the streets of the City to eat with him evidently from curiosity and not of respect to his character. This was shown in Hist de and a courteous treatment or his distinguished guest. He gave him no salutation As he crossed the threshold no water for his Sandaler feet not one of All the civilities which Mark the respect of the Eastern Host. The woman who crept behind the masters Couch As he reclined in the pharisees House was a sinner of the City whose very touch was deemed pollution. As such she was pardoned and dismissed in peace. The other feast two years later was made for him by his Bethany friends at the House of one who had a different spirit. Lazarus was one of the company and sat beside the Host. Martha served at the table. Mary came behind him at the table poured the fragrant ointment on his head and i also on his feet wiping the latter also with her flowing hair. The two Nar. Natives have the utmost distinctness of detail. Tho company at Bethany had been his most intimate friends for years and delighted to Honor How it is possible for a diligent student of the Bible to confound the City of stain in Galilee with the Village of Bethany near Jerusalem and Toj mix up the incidents occurring with such an interval of time and having such a totally different object we cannot explain. But this or. Spring has done in his Book and thus he Moulds into one character Mary the Meek learner at the master feet and that nameless sinner of the City who also loved much because she had been much forgiven the household at Bethany were evidently of no despised Cias Iii society. The various items known of their history establishes this they had a House of their own where the master was so often entertained with a Liberal hospitality. And when Lazarus died the throng of citizens from Jerusalem who came out to condole with the Sisters showed that they were people of consideration. The ointment which Mary used at that supper for which Loving service she was promised a memorial in All the world a might have been sold for More than three Hundred Denari nearly fifty dollars and More than a years wages for a labourer in those Days a --�?1 re the Border states. The chief ground of apprehension entertained respecting Tho effect of the presidents proclamation related to the Border states. Would they passively acquiesce in a system of compensated emancipation or would they violently react ? thus far Little apparent effect is produced. While the Royal journals respectfully yet decidedly remonstrate they at the same time avow their purpose to Sittni by the government in any event. The Louisville journal says a Kentucky cannot and will not acquiesce in the measure a pronounces it a usurpation and demands that it be revoked and yet affirms that the loyalty of the state cannot be shaken. As the leading journal in the Border states the position thus taken has great significance. The Louisville Democrat has the following _ the late proclamation of the president throws confusion Over All ideas of constitutional government. If military necessity can extend this far where Are its limits ? the question of slavery it is insignificant. It is the Freedom of the White Man not the slavery of the negro that is concerned. Hot Only the provisions of if Rama Gikiu Riisom. A pamily Fapka for town and Dun Niv is printed and published o i by we. K. A bestir sew la a a Iii Era a at on Dollar and fifty Cynta a Taar. Inserted it the Una amp Ratee. Fib a uyt re i to full solicited to lend is Bair a dam handbills printed at an hour Nat Faal Karbs of Postag. In Lebanon count Poa Taga free. A Fonsy Irani out or Lebanon county six Canta Dei Quarter or 33 cuts a year. In st Tel a i a Quarter or is ets. Nye if the be not paid in Advance rates Art downed 22. An to compensate congressmen for using their influence in obtaining contracts. 23. An authorizing Tho Issue of More of Metis tickets. 24. An declaring White men almost As Good As niggers if they behave thei selves Laid on the table. 25. An to repeal the Danse of the Constitution relating to the admission of new states. 26. An to repeal the rest of the Constitution. 27. Resolutions pledging the government to for emancipated niggers. 28. An authorizing the president to for said niggers. Went under 29. An fact to confiscate things. 80 resolutions explaining that some other things Are not meant. 31 an in relation to niggers 32. An to make niggers White 33. An to make Mem a lit tto whiter. 34. An to make them a Good Deal whiter. 35. An in relation to Leoatra bands. 36 an concerning niggers. 37. Resolutions of adjournment. The Public debt the Republican papers Are endear Oring to make their readers believe i a j n a r a a a i that our Public debt is Only about run fret constr luvs no but a state 500,000,000. The an Natal interest on constitutions can be permanently this sum at six per cent would be re Quot a inn a a. Gera Oak. A ovo the odium which in the face o f most abundant contrary evidence has been attached to a sacred we Hope that some of Tho writers who have fallen into this grievous error will do themselves and the cause to advocate the Justice to recall As far As possible the injurious imputation. The hallowed memorial which is to go Down to future Ages should be forever separated from such in Happy of Commerce. The Lyo party movement an abolition Republican swindle it is a usual thing for the abolition Republican parly to impute a want of Royalt a and patriotism to the democratic party because they insist upon their sep rate and distinct political organization at this time. But such an imputation iss firn of its strength when it is remembered that at no period since president Lincoln was in Augua Rcd has party lines been for one moment relaxed by the National administration. All Tho appointments of the president were of the most Ultra character auth As William h. Seward and Cassius m. Clay Ana Carl Schurz whilst Tho same prescriptive line of policy was pursued by All his subordinates from the Soe rotary of state to the lowest official who bows at the Footstool of despotic democrats were dismissed from office verb list in the ranks of the defenders of their country and men appointed in their places who to. This Day have never taken a step to Aid the country or defend the Union and the Constitution and even now the same prescriptive partisan policy is recognized and acted upon by the National administration. In the appointment of assessors and collectors of the National tax party lines were drawn with unyielding strictness. A Are members with few of options of the the abolition Republican parly. To Democrat is taken. So in the selection of persons to As commissioners of the draft. Here again the whip or partisan polities is applied and democrats excluded. And the same course has been pursued in All the conventions of the abolition Republican party. In no instance have they Ever mentioned the possibility of allowing the democratic element in the country to be represented on the basis of a no party on Tho contrary they have been More violently partisan and intolerant since the breaking out of this difficulty Between the sections than at any period in their history and All professions to the reverse Are but put Forth to delude Tho unthinking and obtain their support. The no party movement of the abolition Republican faction is but a mask from behind which the most formidable assaults will be made upon the restoration of Tho Union Aud the preservation of our present constitutional form of government and Hondo it should be denounced by every american in the land overruled by a proclamation of the executive. By this proclamation saves Are All emancipated in states or parts of states to put Down the rebellion. If a president should deem it necessary he could by proclamation establish slavery in All the states. That would probably end the rebellion As effectually As the measure now proposed and Start another. The president is sworn to see that the Laws Are faithfully executed but if he be Correct in Bis interpretation of his Power he swears to execute his own will. We could Trust a Man to do that without an oath. If the doctrine to valid at All As assumed in this proclamation constitutional and Legal rights Are for peace not for War for if War comes the president 330,000,000 thirty millions of dollars. The direct tax Bill drawn by Thad. Stevens and passed by a Republican Congress for the purpose of paying the interest on the Public debt is $150.000,000 one Hundred and fifty millions of dollars per annul. Now either the Republican papers Are wrong or Congress has grossly deceived and swindled the people on this Point by taxing them just five times As heavily As was necessary in we leave the people to judge Between the Republican papers and the Republican Congress the amount of tax levied by Congress $150,000,000 is the interest at six percent., of Twenty five Hundred millions of Hollars 1 $2,500,000,000 which sum. We presume Congress believed the Public debt would amount to by the time 1 a a 1 i we Nui Tiu ump but to us iu6 has dictatorial Power to change not the assessments should be made temporarily but permanently fed a a. Eral and state constitutions. In a second proclamation the president not Only suspends the writ of Hareas Corpus hut he also suspends the right of trial by a jury in All the almost any or word May be con As Well As the slave states is off the discretion of a military tribunal. Fremont a proclamation of martial Law was thought a most wild and Era by . It was not martial Law in his military lines but Over a whole state. Hunter extended it to three states but the president has extended it Over All tie states. We beg leave to state that this is a political not a military question a amongst Loyal men who Are resolved to put Down this rebellion this proclamation will find few they will convince the president that he has made a great Blunder. In the hour of passion much May be overlooked but the jealousy of constitutional Liberty will not sleep. As to these Active conscious rebels they have forfeited their lives and less than Quot that they May count so much Merey. The supremacy of our Constitution and the integrity of the government will be sustained. The question of political Power is another one altogether. Errors and blunders we May expect and none of them should divert us from the great object the integ Rity of the Union. What Power Tho Federal government in any of its departments shall have the people of the United states can Settle. Acts of tiie last Congress not copied from the record but put Down according to our recollection and warranted Correct in the main. Do you want another like it ? if you do vote the abolition ticket next tuesday. If you do not vote the democratic ticket. 1. An in relation to niggers. 2. An to emancipate niggers. 3. An to prohibit what Dye Cali it in the territories. 4. An to abolish what Dye fall it in the District of Columbia. 5. An concerning niggers. 6 an to confiscate niggers. 7. An to anticipate the wives and babies of contraband. 8. An to emancipate riggers who fight for the confederacy. 9. An to make pm fight for the Union. 10. An to make freed niggers love work. 11. An to educate said niggers. 12. An to make paper Worth More than Gold a 12. An to make a Little More paper Worth More than a Good Deal More Gold. 14. An to free somebody sniggers., 15. An in relation to said nig. Gers. 16. An to make White folks squeal otherwise known As the tax Bill. 17. An authorizing the presi Dent to draft White folks. Is. An authorizing the presi Dent to Arm negroes. 19. An to give us a Little More paper. 20. An concerning niggers. 21. An to make of Libua tickets a Legal tender. If we Are wrong we Trust some Republican editor of financial proclivities t Orney Lor instance will set us right. We Are somewhat anxious to see some arithmetic Ian Cypher out this matter so As to show Why $150,000,000 were levied As the Anna a us to whom has tie pm Ideal yielded. President Lincoln said in his a peal to the Border states representatives that he was a a pressed to Issue an abolition proclamation. The a Pressor so were Greely and his gang. He has now yielded to the pressure Henez it will not be out of place to la a a the character of the men into whose arms he has thrown himself. Greely is the editor of the Tribune the paper which originated the infamous song of the radicals on the american Flag commencing a fall Hail the flaunting lie a and which we some time ago re produced As a literary and political curiosity. The president should remember that he bus yielded to those whose desire has been fully expressed to tear Down the Flauio Itig lie a half Mast the starry flag7 insult no sunny sky a with hate s polluted rag destroy it be who can deep sink it in the Waves it Quot amp Zac. This does not sound like a certificate of fitness to be a presidential adviser in a War to sustain the Ameris can Flag and Union. The same paper to angst in 1860 a a the right to eee Ede May be a one but it exist a any attempt to compel them by Force to remain would be contrary to the prior Isles Eunel ated in the immortal declaration of a we do not see Why it the declaration of Independence would not justify the secession of fire millions of southerns from the Union in 1861.�?� the same paper in 18g2, quoted from Tho journal of Commerce the remark a we contend for the Constitution. Tho nation is fighting for that and that Only. All other objects of the War Are delusions and replied a not so sir the Tali of is fighting Fot Ufa a its own life and is determined to lire though All the paper constitutions on Earth to scattered to the . The Sam paper Jan. 28,1862, said a speaking for ourselves to can honestly say that for that old Union we have no regrets and no wish for its reconstruction. Who wants any Union which Ca Only be preserved by systematic wrong and organised political blunders ? who wants any Union which is nothing but r sentiment to Lacker fourth of july orations withal a it is not Worth while to continue these extracts. We take it for granted that they express the Calm and considerate views of those who published them As they have never been modified or explained away but on the contrary have been reiterated and defended up to quite a late period. To the pressure of such advisors the president has yielded. Where to will land the future Only can Tell. In the mean time let the people take care of themselves and do their do by next Tae Day

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