Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
10 Sep 1862

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10 Sep 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 10, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaA it unit Ujj advertiser office Lebanon Fenny a Quot of sni it Plicki with an extensive 1 40b Type which Iii be increased As the patronage demands. It can now turn out Plum in of every description in a neat and expeditions Maimer a and Oil very reasonable terms. Stich As pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of pare invitations tickets &c., a. J�"1 deeds of All kinds. A Memnon mul judgment Bonds. School justices. and other Blanks printed correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Sale at this office it prices a to suit the subscription Price of Thel Llanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a end. Address you. Breslin Lebanon a d s. R a pkg r s wholesale and retail drug store was been removed to his new building on Cumberland Street opposite the Eagle buildings Lebanon a. . 11 lances and the Public in general that he has con on hand a Large Stock of. Drugs medicines a chemicals varnishes perfumery paints Dve stuffs turpentine lass aware brushes i air oils extracts Linin big i uni turkic no instruments toilet soaps Segara. Tobacco a. Ala a variety of fancy articles too numerous to mention which to offers at Low rates a Anil warrants the qualities of the articles As represented. Purchasers will please remember this and examine the qualities and prices of his goods before purchasing elsewhere. A physician s prescriptions and family recipes carefully compounded at ail hours of the Day or Nighti by calling at the drag store opposite the fut dings tin Ninon Yanthe store will lie opened for the compounding of prescriptions Between the Honra of t and 10 of clock a. M., 12 Quot Quot Quot 11 Quot a a a a go i vol. 14�?no. 12. Books and stationery pm Portuni Tea cheese Headquarters i we amp Ishiga has removed Vii mite ,�?oiss��ret0 Market Square tet anon w assortment r i a 011 reason no Bio forms a general Init and a Nooi a Exnar school. Turn Loo Convy a is ebbs u00ks or cd fire description. Pass Bonks h r n Hooks leather and paper hound a Mebs Fennesy , ac., of window shades. A Largo of variety Plain fancy Buff Green Gilt a. A. Paper shades. Latest a a 0re8�?� b1�?o� my Gilt also a a styles of fixtures. Is Call and examine. Gge Lebanon september 2�?o, 1860. Lebanon pa., wedne9af, september 10, 1862. Liquor store Quot Corner of Market and water greets Lebanon a. The undersigned respect thy inform t a Public that he has received an a a Ste Sive Stock of the choicest Fly a purest liquors of All descriptions. These it liquors he is invariably disposed to suit Utun precis def edit Low prices druggists Farmers i Otel keepers and oth Era will consult in trip own interests by buying of the undersigned. L. R. A Fig Lebanon july 9, 1s62, lab Nikon Avni Wilc Seni Sunry. Rachel of. Ross principal. Julia Ross Muhy Sci department. Mrs. A a. J. Jim son drown. Nilk to huh session will commence september 3, i860. Al this school i3 tie signed to Elk vote the Standard of few ale education and to offer Superior advantages at a moderate Cost. The school year is divided into two sessions of five months each. Charco per session from 7j�j to 15 Del ars according to Testu Dierof the scholar. Extra for Tusic French latin and German. Farsi Clur attention Given to the Nin Sical . Instructions upon the piano Aie Lodeon and guitar and in singing. Pupils not connected with the school will be wailed upon at their Homes when desired and at the usual rates. Early application should be made to s. J. Stine or j. W. Mish. Board of directors d. Hammond s. J. Stine John mrily j. A. Musil D. Gloninger 0. Green a Walt Isaac ,Jos Ali i Unoji. R to Cebu tin aug. 21, isl. A a Juao Longacre. Door Lebanon John g. Gabel. Saslie and steam planing a a 3 a located on the steam Honse Road near cumberlandstreet., Lebanon. Voltie undersigned respectfully inform i the Public in general that they till and keep on door. Sash. Shutter blinds flooring. Weather boards 0 gee Spriull mouldings of All sizes Wash boards. Outing surface com ires and All kinds of building matkk1als Fin a ufos. We Abo construct the latest and most improved st Iii casing and hand hailing suitable for Large and Small buildings. I we now invite formers mechanics and builders to Call in Ltd examine our Stock which we will warrant to give entire Roii faction to ail who May favor the undersigned with their custom. Longacre amp Gabel. Lebanon. Aaril.23.-18#------. A Al. is also All kit ids of turning at the Fame Mill. Planing. Sating &c., promptly done for those who May furnish lumber. The town Mhz clip to tig House. Walters Mill. To Ellb subscriber respectfully informs the Public that j j. Fie Baa entirely rebuilt the Mill on the Little Swa a Tara formerly known afi a a so raw so and later As a Wen Gertys a about Oue fourth of a mile from Jonestown i. 1 Rebii Vioti county a. That he has it now in Complete tunning order and is prepared to furnish customers regularly with a very Superior article of As cheap an it Cun be out tined from any other 11m keep it a also on band and for Eale at the lowest cab prices chop bran shorts a. He is also prepared to do All kinds of Vokk for Farmers and others at the very shortest possible notice and in rite All to give him a Tria. The machinery of the will is entirely new and of the latest and most improved kind. By strict attention to business and fait dealing lie Hopes to Merit a shale of Public patronage. Wheat Rye Corn oa1s, &c., bought for which the highest Lebanon Market prices will be paid. A fail ankle a it . Miy.7, 1862. Wood Coal posts fails amp cd Fluk undersigned have purchased the Coal and Wood x Yard of Dauich Light. Merchant in Walnut Street North is Banon Borough near the Union of Mil where a they will coins lastly keep on hand a Large Bess Supply of All kinds of Coal Ufa Meh they bpm Ellwill sell wholesale and retail by the Boatload or by the ton. Also Cord Wood Hickory Oak a. Also cheat nut posts Birli will he sold in Large or Small quantities at the most reasonable pricks. Coal or Wood will be pro Vale Sale. The subscriber offers a private Sale All that certain farm or tract of land situate partly in Pine Rovo township Schuy Leitl county and partly in Bethel town ship Lebanon county bounded by lands of lick a n a a Ert and Guilford Bei Yanqiu a Crigg Daniel Douber Tuul others containing one Hundred and Lorty cog Btu cres and a Quarter with Theap Bur a tenancies consisting of to two Story log dwelling House to k0/ Boavy cd a 1k amp try log dwelling House a new �?.?. A Rny other out buildings and a new Waterpower saw null Lor terms amp a which will be easy apply to g. W. Mac Iii agent. New it it it of it a a and new prices. Of. Joswak top hereby inform the Public that be. Bus just opened a Stock of new goods it the old stand of Swartz amp rro., Gall building which will he sold for Cash at prices to suit thu times. A11re invited to Call Aud examine. Lebanon april it�?T61. Fashionable tailoring removal. Mici Sakl Hoffman would inform the citizens of Lebanon that he has removed his tailoring business to Cumberland Street two doors East of Market Street and opposite the a Agle hotel where ail persons who wish garments made up in the most fashionable style and Best Maimer Are invited to Call. To ta1l0bs1�?jut received and for Sale Trio and Philadelphia report of Spring amp summer fashions. Tailors wishing the fashions should lot the subscriber know of the fact so that he can make his arrangements accordingly. Mill Kiel Hoffman. Lebanon april 10,1361. The hew york1veeklt jodksk1l of Monifi Illuce a conservative family and business paper. A the cheapest and Best weekly in America. Contains news from All the world the n ports of the produce. Grain Aud cattle Trade dry Goode and Money sir kits. The the to disorganized North or South. The supporter of the Guiou. The and the Laws. Terms for one yeah. Twenty copies or upwards to one address $1 thirteen copies to one address $15. Eight Copie $10. Four copies $6. Three copies $5. Under three copies $2, each. An extra copy to any one sending a club of Twenty wit b the Money. The daily journal of Commerce Juu Lor. Issued for the country. $5 a year. Specimen copies sent Gratis. Prime Stone Hale and iiall0ck, 91 Wall Street. New York. January 22, 62. Removal. North Lebanon Saddle and harness Man is factory. The undersigned has removed Bis saddlery and. Harness manufactory to a few doors South of the old place to the Large room lately occupied by Billman amp bro., As a liquor store where he will be Happy to see All his old friends and customers and where he has increased facilities for attending to All the departments of his Bush Ness. Being determined to to behind no other establishment in i abilities to customers he us a. A Martin either in a nor sex dense to obtain and Nia a of were modern improvement id the business acid be ure the services of the Best work men that Liberal wages would command. He will keep a Large Stock on hand Aud manufacture at the shortest notice nil descriptions of , such As sad Dies bridles Carriage harness of All kinds heavy i harness buggy who s of the Best manufacture. Buffalo Kobb. A in nets such As Cotton. Worsted. Linen and a new kind lately invented whips of every kind such As buggy whips cart whips a. Lamee of Alt descriptions Halter chains Home made traces. Amp pm a a All or which he will warrant to be equal to any that can be obtained in any other establishment in the country. All he asks that those desiring anything in this line should Call at his place and exalue no a Stock. He feels the fullest Confidence in his ability out five entire enols Fuet on. Alt orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. Solomon Smith. North Lebanon Borough aug 18 1862. Clocks thirty May eight May Titi Rev if lotto clocks just received at j. J. Blair s jewelry store. Lebanon a. Wanted. Law a tiv of Grain a licit Kje Oats Corn clo at1. Quot a it i Jcj j Quot >11 be .�<1 by the Umler j to avid by Nink to Ros for Cash or. I cd can go for Coal Wood Ahan 0 bus am an Christian o. Meily. 4-pril 24. 1862. Hardware at Cost. .1 t cot roie., Eji amp a. Quot a la . A Tisu to april a Al re i a a a . July 17, 1861. A Hila. Amp it fading Railroad. Lacbain Iii Era Zirli. Two daily passenger trains to Reading and Harrisburg. Pass Lebanon going East to boa4ing,at 9.1a a.m., a a a a Mgo no West to Harrisburg at 7.04 p. Is. Ami 2.101�?T m. Ake close Connexions for a inlay a Pic up Ivule. To Salfia Danville train Only connects at Road org Wilkes b Tgu Row a a tickets to Lancaster in no. 1 care 1 60, toa a v Quot Reko Sstrom agent at Lebanon. Lest amp is saw amp Jim be Ortli and m est and the Canadas. Commutation tickets with 26 coupons at 25 per cent discount Between he Points desire 1 and by 1 tickets Good for 2000 Miles Between All Points at $45 each a Iii Ltd Sand Rubin was firms. A Sun trains leave Ali Ladelphia for a Ead a a do . Aid 3 30 and 5 p. Pos fingers Are requested to Purchase tickets be Xii amp to. Oiin �?oju�30 1s62. Engineer and superintendent. A a a a a a a add a a to Ai will be sold Cut i not final y aah prices. A one of the firm of Haber amp. Bros., has i ill he Stock of Keady Trade clothing at the taken the Stock o rot y m 1 o to in by where amp can be a night Cali a a i see for your Cyl be Lebanon sept. 26,18fl Kunky uak july 8, 1661. Lebanon Valley Institute at Annville Lebanon county a. W j. Burnside a. M., principal. The ensuing session will commence of monday july 2l to. The school has the advantages of a pleasant and Beautiful location spacious building a Genii plated rooms a Fitze Library and Cabinet. Tub Louiise of study is not fixed the studies of each Pupil being directed according to the time he can afford la school or to the profession he designs to Pur utile Normal department offers special advantages those who propose to engage in teaching As the course pursued conforms strictly to the requirements of the county superintendent and to the course of the state Normal is Booi of Tel. C1kcu lasts and Fusilier information can be of talked by addressing the principal. B0rngli r june 25,1862. Annville a. Cheap store of Rauci amp Light. At the Corner of Cumberland Street and Plank Road Lebanon a. Messes. R a ecu a Light take pleasure in informing Tbs in friends and the Public generally that they have just opened a Large and care fury selected assortment off Duy goods groceries. c., to which respectfully invite the of the Public. Their dry goods have All been selected with the greatest care from the largest importing houses in Philadelphia. Groceries a Large stick of cheap sugars. Coffees tens chocolate and ail kinds of Spires. Also a Large assortment of Queens Ware among which Are the newest patterns together with almost an endless variety of goods in their line of business which will he 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 bags which they will sell at who Lemle prices. october 17, i860. Rauci a Light. Assessment notice. Nytle Boa he of a rectors of Tuk Lycoming x county Mutual inso Kanub com by. Have Autilio Rived an assess Mem. No. 16. Of 11ikkb per All Premium notes in company. Which were in Force on the first Day of Ray 1862, and have up pointed Adam . Receiver for the county of Lebanon who will Call on the Mem hrs of said company in said county in a Rimert time As the whale must be paid on or before the st of september next. By order of the Board. 1 a Adam gkitt1ngeu� receiver. Lebanon july 2,1862. Biek Chat tailoring. Is. K a Mesa a in Funck a a building Conio Roscum -. Street and Doe Alley has on hand and for Sale either by the Yard or made to order a Large a cloths. Cassimeris and a a testings Well selected from Good houses. Cood fits and substantial making guaranteed to All. Also a udder chiefs cravats a Lores. Hosiery Susie riders. Fancy and Plain Linen shirts under shirt nndgug1iajlsay. Lebanon april 9, 1862 if you want Vuk a a picture Ifor a Medallon or pin Call at Dai a yes next door to the Lebanon Deposit Bank. An incidental narrative. A. Stanley u. No part of our country can claim a greater share of interest than Virginia though now still her romantic Hills and a Jules a her Fertile Plains Aie 5uir, alike by the Gore of the Lour to and the disloyal a hero Nee triv ins , Owtis and hamlets Are either re dated to ashes or pillaged by7 the Stern necessities of rude War a and though desolation calamity and or rte have spread its canopy Over her vast Dominion through her own rebellious state without a cause still to feel attached to her for what she a has been. The Man who retains a spark of antiquarian spirit in his breast May yet find charms for the head and the heart a he ii a a grow mtg Rry eos non g extinct by some venerable Moss grown Oastler the last jink Between the Bohui Tabut Days of our fathers and the present or arc hit i Arnubi and innovation. Her exhausted and Quot impoverished Fields now the theatre of the bloodiest conflict which time has Ever witnessed cannot be turned from entirely in disgust. The mellowed a Light of other Days has thrown around them a Beauty which defies the ruthless Finger of time tide. They Are the same Fields where her Washington her Lees her Madison and her Monroe used to roam in boyhood a Sportive hours. Hence in calling to mind her sons heroic deeds and Noble sacrifices to May Well pause a for to her race we can look Back and exclaim a to thee we owe our Freedom the Freedom which you now Endeavor to in the year 1857 i journeyed throw one of the oldest settled districts of Virginia where 1 spent my vacation with or. S., then a College mate of mine of Penna. College. He resided in Covington the county seat of Nelson county a town handsomely located a equal distance of seven Miles from the Blue Ridge and the James River. Having frequently heard and read of the romantic scenery of the natural Bridge in Rockbridge county near Lexington beneath which flows the Cedar Creek a i expressed a desire to or. To take a glance at it. Living made him familiar with my views he kindly furnished me a Fine Steed and soon was ion my Way to my. Desired destination. The distance was about Twenty a Hiles. The country was one which in Days a Lang syne had her families of Noble birth who boasted in pm Nisner Coats or dirt Msj coaches and six had often roiled Over the very Road which i travelled. As i passed in several Miles on my right was an antique building which had been inhabited by a Tam ily proud of their name hospitable and chivalrous a its appearance gave Rise to a thousand associations the old fashioned glazed bricks were As i was informed brought All the Way from a old England a a but its Harp now hung mute on its Walls the descendants of the famil a having Long since obtained new honors and wealth in a land of speculation and greater Enterprise. It was a scene of this kind which put me in a mood of pleasing melancholy As i jogged along. I was however startled by a faint Flash of lightning in the North followed by a Low rumbling Thunder. This told me that a storm was not far Distant. I quickened Iny gait for there were yet ten Long Miles before me a the air was exceedingly close and sultry and no one need be reminded of the rapidity with which a but Mere a storm arises in a genial climate. A thick Bank of Cloud in the West was seen which in a few moments after extended Over half the heavens. The lightning became brighter a dark night stretched its Sable Mantle of darkness Over the Earth the Thunder neared and a Low steady sound was Hoard in the distance like a fall of rain. I dashed ahead at half Speed the darkness at every moment becoming More and More appalling a the flashes of lightning which played in lurid figures Wero painfully Bright and would illumine my Road for j7ards before me. Never have i witnessed anything More awfully Sublime. The rain now descended in torrents and nothing gave me an idea of the Road save a Hajj it was enlightened by the Brilliant Flash after Flash of lightning. I still proceeded occasionally seeing that 1 was passing through a gloomy Wood Tho gnarled Oaks extending their limbs across my Road forming a canopy which increased the terrific darkness with Only an opening Here and there through which the red lightning played with seeming mockery of the efforts to oppose her. Every moment the raging of the tempest increased till suddenly my eyes became blinded by an intense Stream of Light followed by a crash so terrific that my horse stopped suddenly throwing me on his neck b 7 it a cramped his bit and trembled like an Aspen Leaf. All my efforts to make him Advance were in vain. He seemed fixed to the spot by another Flash told me the miraculous escape i had made a Laid be Pine not More than five Yards ahead was torn from its top to the Bottom. horse still trembled and refused to it lightened again and 1.thought 1 could distinguish a building about 50 Yards from the spot where i then was. I joyfully dismounted. Another gleam shewed me that i was in front of a respectable edifice. What language could express my feelings when so suddenly removed from so awful and dreary Able to rejoice ant bin near. But to a nis it not destined Torin before me a coi sni could Eong Matulat me and Welcome me de my horse Andree it i cheering Light Vii Bee Dows. I then i Jed Short flight of sips door which i win Suir ised to find whole no. 600. Isif Maiura . A family paper Foj town and country is printed and published weekly Jbf win. Breslin 2d Story of fuck a a next building Cumberland is at on Dollar ans fifty Cento a year. 0 inserted at the usual Ratee. A a the friends of teds a Utomi Whent and the Public Geuer ally arc i respect fully solicited to Send in their orders. A handbills printed at a it Houra notice. Rates of postage. In Lebanon county postage free. In out of Lebanon county cents per Quarter or 13 cents a year. A out of this state 6>4 cute. Per qty inter or 26 Cut. A year if the postage is not paid in Advance Ratee Are Don led situation and to a Friend was tune i was the building being who my escape per. I seer Noi tred. No from its win by Way up a and reached a nost mys ten so no life All the bulling was Evi be and i tried within. nto the glob another Flash a building and i e creep Over my life that i. The True a was a Church Viny tree ancient open a but what was Ous there was no foun life within Dently of respect Jfe to distinguish some Chi Eye peered inquiring la my darkness. At Ling illumined the who a a Felt a superstitious me for the first time i Flash had Dielo sed to it Ture of the i id no War Eirtha to cute up episcopal cd u i a a on my Way it to it to to inspire a feeling 0er c�?Tlluil1 Awe a the be i a Ufi Teir a Ted by to e jejl5,sgl�gl u i g going a sickly Glare to All Atou d Aid t such a place at such a time at a Church and then that i was surrounded by a grave Yard in which hundreds slept the a sleep of Ages a who once inhabited the land around under far different circumstances from its present occupants. hair nearly stood on ends Anco a cold perspiration covered my. Brov As the ghost stories of Tny infancy recurred to me. The rain forced me within the door and As 1 turned a Fery remarkable coincidence heightened my feelings of Awe. I it will be recollected by those who have Ever seen one of those old churches that there is generally an inscription in very Large letters on each Side of the pulpit a the no of Tho lord s prayer and the of the ten commandments. In looking into the the heavens and scarcely a sign of Cloud was seen of the Black mass which so lately darkened it. After my late adventure my utter of the surrounding Cohn try and the thorough drenching it requires Little knowledge of human nature to conjecture that i Felt impatient to reach some inhabited place where i could sink into oblivion my solicitude and anxieties Over hot Coffee and dream of them As 1 enter the a land of i had not gone Many Miles when a cheering Light presented itself my horse weighed As if instinct told him there was forage near and before Many moments i reined up in front of a comfortable country tavern. Soon the Host appeared with Candle in hand and welcomed me in. The clock Over the Mantle struck ten As i entered the House and my landlord needed no further insinuation than my gaunt void towards the again a Flash which a it a ing fora moment a pulpit there was lighted tie build id in that interval 1 ascertained distinctly the words a i am the lot f inv there was a sublimiij7 in it greater than i could brio re Liv c ice veda this solemn f it d pm Jed i writing by the very Flash a flinch proclaimed his majesty subdued Wii Atcher of Pride and passion the terror of the storm had overcome Wie Ever feeling of overwhelming self importance comes Over me i can repel it by recalling the grandeur of mat scene. The rain now it ceased As suddenly As it inchoate the Clouds rolled rap Tui apart i o Nril Dre no a Tieru to display a spate of i in 1 3. With its twinkling Star. The a Darle appearance of the i e v is no \ gave place to a brighter i t 1 1 Noi the full smiling Moon could be seen now peering from its Sahie fringe diffusing a Mellow Light around then suddenly hid behind a thick while watching the a gambol of the Clouds and a agitating whether two old be yet Safe to venture from my solemn shed to seek some building less suited to a ghosts and Owlet attention was attracted by a Peculiar sound seemingly within the Church. I listened again and what was my horror to distinguish a murmur and a Low Bobbir b amp t a hum 11 being in distress. The sound issued from the Back part of the cd net i 11 advert entry turned my eyes in the direction of the pulpit. A a Intro glance revealed to me a Sigl t 414ch m do me shudder from my inmost soul the Moon in i Nuci 1 up Ted Stream of Light through the broken sashes and shone fully on a figure dressed in White leaning Over the pulpit its Luigi is were clasped As if in Devotion. I was convinced that it was a spirit from the other world looked again and what was my horror to see it approaching Tho door where i my Teeth chattered and my Knees knocked together. Some ghost returning to its Tomb my hurried fears suggested. As she advanced i swoop de away and remained in an unconscious state for some time. In fitful strains yelled a the Devil the Devil but As i became sensible i distinguished the Pale Haggard countenance of is Oman standing right before me Arraj de in a White Robed Mantle to unfed with a wild distressed expression into my through fear and dismay i sprung to my feet recoiled a step and stammered. A in the name of heaven who Are you where from a Tho reply was a they calf me the poor maniac. Of sir you will not injure the poor she then gave a wild laugh Folio wed by the same distressing sobs which heard in the her manner told me too Well Tho truth of her assertion she was indeed a maniac a and in Bucini a place a twas Little Relief know that she was not a ghost. Next thing i saw she was kneeling against the Steps and absorbed in prayer. As she Rose i Rah Terin Gly asked a a Whereto j7on live a she turned again and wept violently As she replied a a poor Lora has no Home All her friends sleep there a and she extended her emaciated to the Church Yard where could be seen dark elevations like tombs. She then departed to the extreme end of the Church Yard and seemed to seat herself on one of the Mounds singing Iti the nost touching and pathetic strains i Ever heard. Thus she confined for some time when i thought i could distinguish her White dress rapidly disappearing through the Wood i waited no longer but soon galloped on my Way again. The Moon now pursued her track serenely throw 0f him a for sap per u s Pic pared in a clock work manner. W Hile discussing the merits of the smoking buckwheat cakes 1 related to the old gentleman my strange adventure at the he listened attentively. After the table was removed to took up his Meerschaum and i to be social kept him company with a genuine Havana. He then gave me the following simple and affecting narrative of the maniacs visit. I will condensate the narrative in my own Langu. Be. Dora was the Only daughter and Motherless of the last Clergyman who emigrated to this coun try of the Church of England a persuasion shortly before the revolution. Before the troubles a broke out Between the colonies and the Mother country he through his Christian Charity urbanity and Benevolence secured the Confidence of the Community in that Vicinity. To was regarded As a Model of learning and piety. But As the revolutionary measures became More threatening and san Guin Lent in the shape of a fierce Little conflict at Lexington he became known As Stern advocate of Royalty and boasted of his attachment to the King. He took occasion to condemn the measures adopted in the colonial assembly7, and the irresistible appeals of Henry a eloquence in the presence of his congregation. From the highest degree of popularity7, he suddenly became the object o. Hatred and persecution. He was pointed to As the tory the traitor and his property was regarded the the Especial i t of All who chose to pillage. He soon be Reame penniless and not Long after the wreck of his fortunes he died despised and derided. Dora theny7et gayest of the Gay a Beautiful and accomplished was left without a relative and scarcely a Friend. After the cup of bitterness was filled to the brim she never was seen to smile except in her delirious state and she gradually became what i then saw on my adventurous night a poor maniac. She then remained in the family of treated her with kindness. She was represented As har niness and when she was missing they sent to the Church for her where she was wont to go according to her own account to commune with the spirit of her father. Lebanon pa., sept. 2, 1862. Taking a prisoner. A you do he said the sturdy Farmer leaving Bis plow and stepping towards them. A we have been informed by this gentleman pointing to sesh that you Are one of Abe Lincoln a you have he ? Well in a a Union Man from the ground up. What Are you going to do about it a a we re going to take you prisoner and put a guard Over you until the main Force comes along which will be to night or Early in the morning a yes a said sesh a put a Strong guard Over him for he needs Clos they took the Farmer to a school House close by and to the great astonishment of sesh he was appointed to stand guard Over his neighbor until the main Force should arrive when he Union would be a gobbled they7 gave sesh a gun that they had doubtless stolen and gave him to a. He would be to escape to shoot him 5 Anu Tuduy dashed off leaving sesh in charge. All night he watched and when the morning dawned they7 were seated at a table in the solitary prison conversing on different topics when to their Surprise the shrill notes of a Bugle were heard. Both arose hurriedly and looking Down the Road a terrible dust was seen a that a Morgan a said sesh a what shall i Tell your folks ? prepare for i la have to give you up in their Union gave him a look of Defiance and turned away from the window. But further Down the Road another terrible storm of dust was seen arising. Union knew what it near and More near they approached. Sesh put his gun Down As he walked out in the Road to Hail them. Union misplaced it and followed in the rear. Up they come in full flight. Sesh grew excited and is they neared him cheered them saying a a go it my Morgan a a Hurrah my Smith said Union waving his hat and cheering their pursuers. A of you bully Morgan a a of you wild Smith a go it my bully boy with the Glass during the recent raid of Johnny Morgan and his gay7 a skedaddle so in Kentucky several incidents occurred that Are worthy of mention. In one of the upper counties lived two neighbors one Union the other Sec Esli. The former had better crops finer horses Pic Etter girls and More of them which seemed to cause a Little jealous feeling to arise in the bosom of sesh. It was Well known in that part of Tho country that Johnny Morgan was a did awing on the Banks a making a sight draughts on blooded horses raising raw recruits a and such other demonstrations As would stamp his name forever As a one of the sesh knew it and he was determined to have his neighbor taken in and eared for. One Bright sunny afternoon a lot of Haid looking �?~chivalry7,�?T Tho Advance scouts of morgans men came dashing up Tho Road when sesh with hat waving High in the air ran out and hailed them. A any Union men bout Here a said a Chap whose face was As slim As a Shingle and about the color of a pumpkin. A Wail yes a said sesh. A Are you one a said another of the a solitary horsemen a whose eyes glared like two burned holes in a Blanket. A me one ? nary7 time no sir eel in a Sech All Over always have been a a bully for you a said Tho Leader looking about. A is there any Liu colaites about Here a a Wall yes and i wish you a take him show us where he is at a and suiting the Ioji to the word sesh took the Lead and the chivalry they wont but a Short distance Down the Road when they discovered in a Field close by a Tail Halo Hearty Man following his plow and whistling a Medley of Union airs while the Birds of the neighbouring Grove were chanting the chorus and doing their Best to learn Yankee Doodle after his fashion. A he log Baid the Leader of the chivalry. Tho Union Man stopped his horses and turning around replied a what Lyle have a you come out Here we want to see you said another Eye a y7elled sesh. A whoops pm up my boys to of Smith a cried Union. On went the chivalry in their mad skedaddle and Smith close up. A bet ten dollars he done to Ketch him a said sesh. A done a up with the dough a a ill go and get the a no you won to nary time a said Union pointing the gun at the head of sesh whose eyes glared his Knees knocked together his ears flew Back and his hair bristled and who finally dropped on his Knees begging for mercy7. A smile lit the countenance of Union when he looked upon the horrid face of his neighbor and said a sesh you re play7ed out my Pris Oner. Come follow me and if you attempt to run ill blow a Hole that a greyhound could jump sesh arose and walking As if he was afraid of the Earth sinking under him followed Union to the town of p where the fatter handed him Over to the proper authorities heroes a sesh who took me prisoner yesterday just take him in and have him cared sesh looking at his neighbor imploringly said a Tell my folks How it is and where in am at wont Yon of a of yes. Heroes your gun you might have use for it to guard another of Mur neighbors. You a better take the guard of the prison said he would a see sesh in a and upon examination the gun was found to have been empty All the time. Union went Home with a smile beaming from his Happy countenance and his voice gently floating on the summer winds that bore in sweetest accents through the Groves a Here a yer the adventures of d rebel emissary. True Story of skedaddle Sanders. The Miner held his Tot is in Ond hand and in the other carried an old carpet bag of the Black glazed style in common use. The glazing in Many places was come off and the outside was moreover spoiled and soiled with dirt. This carpet bag was it Tobe valuable than the famous one of John Brown for it contained the papets despatches and Money of the rebel emissary Sanders. The passage across. The marshal pondered awhile bit the poor Miner gave such a consistent Story and seemed so disappointed at his unexpected trouble in crossing that the officials heart was melted and he gave him the required pass. The toll Man of the suspension Bridge then demanded a Quarter of a Dollar toil. _ a two shillings said the Miber a Why i can to give it. In be Tonly got one this plea of poverty completely a a l Supsic poor Workman after the prope Rafeik Groe of hesitation the a fellow was a Lowed to pass Over at half thanking the toil keeper for his liberality the Miner walked on wearily across the Bridge. As he neared the Canada Side his step became lighter just As Christian Pardon the comparison Felt when the Burden dropped off his Back. A decided Burden had dropped off of George a Sanders mind he was Safe in Canada at the hotel in Canada. Arriving at the Canada Side of the Bridge the Miner with his tools and carpet bag jumped into the Clifton House omnibus and was quickly driven to that famous hotel. He went to the desk and registered on the Book the initials s. N. own initials reversed. The clerk looked at the shabby working Man a moment and then coldly said a we can to give you a room a but i must have room said sail Ders. A none to spare to night replied the clerk. The Miner thrust his hands in hi3 pocket and Drew Forth a great Roll of a Green backs.�?T. A Here said he to the clerk a take these As Security. Put them in your Safe but give Jne a room at of course Money has its effect in Clifton House As everywhere else a still the clerk hesitated. A is there any place about Befu where i can get a respectable suit of clothes a asked the Miner dropping his Cornish dialect. There was no place Rie Afef than the Bridge a mite Distant. So the Miner again insisted on having the room and As it was Obib amps that a things were not As they seem he was shown to a suitable apartment. How his friends knew it. A few inmates afterwards a guest strolled out on the Piazza where sex governor Morehead of Kentucky was a a thing a by the Way governor said he a what a singular old fellow that was in the office. He registered his name on the Book Only in Ini a Good god in initials a cried More head starting up a he a come then / and Ril Shing past the astonished guest be demanded to be shown to the room of the mysterious s. N. A. Other secessionists also hasted thither. Or. Sanders was provided with a suit of clothes at once the clerks and servants altered their deportment to the quondam Miner and the guests had a rare piece of gossip to talk about. Sander is by this time half Way across the Ocean and whatever is thought of him or his cause it is generally acknowledged that his journey from Richmond to Canada is one of the a cutest specimens of rebel a strategy the War had produced. It shows that our blockade is so Strin gent that a rebel emissary prefers a Long land journey in disguise to attempting to break it. Of course the adventure has been the chief topic of gossip in the Niagara hotels and miners will henceforth be viewed with a very profound suspicion in the neighbourhood of the suspension Bridge. Niagara Falls August 29,1862. There have been several Brief accounts of the successful passage across the Canada Frontier of George n. Sanders rebel emissary to Europe but the following statement gathered from those who personally witnessed the adventure in its various stages gives the fullest details. Sanders at the Bridge. A few day7s ago a Man dressed in Well worn working clothes presented himself to the Union states Provost marshal on the United states Side of the suspension Bridge. He wore a pair of very Short trousers of striped Kentucky Jean and a seedy coat of the same material. A coarse not Over clean shirt and a jagged Straw hat completed the costume. The Man had no Collar or Cravat and his face was apparently greatly tanned by exposure to the weather. He wanted to go Over the River he said but bad no pass and did not know that any would be needed. He stated that he was an englishman from Cornwall and a Miner by Trade. He had been working for some time in Pennsylvania but had lately received a letter from his brother a Farmer near London Canada West stating that he was Short of help and urging his Miner relative to come on to his assistance at least till the Harvest time was Over. O. Weigley. Commission merchant for t he 8ale of butter eggs cheese tall the Lardi poultry game. Dried fruits amp a. No. 170 Reade Street one door above Washington in by Yorr references. Robb k ase Hong new York Allen k brother do w. W. Self rage esq., do Jones Shepard do Slan-8d11, Labia cd amp Farrington do Samuel g. Jonhson do w. Breslin Leb Ailon. In a l. Retz Ohio w. C. Cuny k c�., Bankers Erie a. John sties esq., a. Joly 16,1862. Ism manhood to Oil lost sow restored just published in a sealed envelope Price 6 cute a Leisure on the nature. Treatment and Radical cure of or seminal weakness in voluntary emissions. Sexual debility Ami impediments to marriage generally. Nervousness. Consumption epilepsy and pita mental and physical incapacity resulting from self abuse. 11�sut j. Culver Well mid author of the Green Book Ltd a. The wafted Ikon we a author in this Admiral a Lees Ture clearly proves from his own experience that the awful consequences of self abuse May be effectually removed without Medicine and without dangerous surgical operations bogies instruments rings or Cord if �1�. Pointing out amp Mode of cure at once certain Ana effectual by which every sufferer no matter what Biff condition May be. May cure himself cheaply privately and Rad Tilly. This lecture will prove a Boon to thou Aud lh�?~.utaunj3 a sent under Seal to any addre3s, in a Pialo sealed envelope of the receipt of sit cents or two postage Stamps by addressing Cetas. J Kyj Javk a co�-j7 Lowery new York Pust office Box 4586. August 20� 1862. For rent store room a a. 2, a Eagle Boudin a now occupied by it liens Trio a clothing store. For terms 3arin Tinea Weaver or or. Elizabeth Weidman. Lebanon Jan. 15,1s6l Victoria l owns i Aid and striped Psi Tooki Plain and plaid Cambric plaid and dotted m Nils brilliants Marseilles a botnets pc the largest assortment at the store of frisk by stink

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