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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 16, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaA sae its a Swap in it. Muy . At the. Advertiser to Bice Lebanon Penn a till establishment is 4lw Snoj Altert with ail extensive assortment of ,101 will be incr oium As the patronage demands. It Cui Inow turn , of a very description 111 a heat and expeditious manner quo such a a and ornery reasonable terms., a . By Nearga air 1�?o of a r Cirou Marti labels Bill pleadings Blanks a for grammes Bills of fare invitations tickets ac., 4c, Fife ads of All kinds. Common and judgment re amp is. To oof and other Blanks printed Corr oct Liidi neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Eale at this office at prices a to Euit the a subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a year. Address we. U. Bassus Lebanon association Philadelphia a diseases the nervous system Spjsrma-t01uuuka or seminal weakness. Impotence. And Othor affection of the sexual organs physical debility and premature decay a new and reliable treatment in report of the Howard association sent by mail in scaled letter envelopes freon Schargo. A it dress or. Houghton Howard association ninth Street Philadelphia a. A january 28,18 6s.�?i7. A. A removal a. Stanley in Lumini attorney at Law has removed his office to Tho building one door was Kcf Lau Ermil Cli a store opposite the washing ton House Laban of a. Bounty and pension claims promptly attended to april 8, �?T63.---3m. . T. He Adah attorney at Law has removed his of Loco to Market Street opposite the be Baucon Bank Taro doors North of widow rises hotel. Leb Trayou March 25, 63,. A Fomby h Bow mud to i strict attorney has removed his office 1 to the room Intel occupied by or. Geo. P. Litie a Caver. La camber land Street Lebanon a few doors ease of the Eagle hotel end two doors West of gen. West Nan s office. A Lebanon dec. 17,1862.t Cyrus p. My Curr a in Walnut Street near july opposite the b Uek hotel and two doors a onto from Karen any a hardware store. Lebanon april 9,1862ly. _______w1ik Iii. Derr attorney at Law office to Stichter a bonding Cumberland Street nearly opposite the court House. A Lebanon May 6, 1863.�?tf.. Samuel s Heily offers Bis professional services to the citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity. Office at the residence of mrs. L. Bulb two doors West of office of or. Samuel a Lem dec a in Cumberland Street. Lebanon april 15,1863.i. Abiah h. Right. Offers Hia professional services to the citizens of the Borough of Lebanon and Vicinity. Office in Walnut Street two door North of the lutheran parsonage. March 4,1863. We in Ley amp Dew Alt. Of Mission me it Hants. Ron the Sale of a butter eggs Scese tallow lard poultry game dried fruit Grain seed amp a. No. 170 Beade Street one door above Washington new York 0. Ave Glt a t. R. Dewalt. J references Robb tit Ascough new York Allen a brother . W. W. Selfridge Esq., Jones k Shepard slam Loti Labach a Farr Lugton. Do Samuel g. Johnson . Or Colin kaq.,. Lebanon a. L. Betz. Canton Oblo w. A Curry &tco., Bankers Erie a. Hon John Stile Allentown a. A Jun. 14,1803.the new bakery l i1iik under signed would respect Hll inform the cite end of Lub Noo. That he has commenced the bake ing b�osi1�f� a a Quot ii it varieties at his stand on Cumberland Street 1 be Ilion. Nearly opposite the Buck hotel and w 11 s customers with the Best bread cakes. Acac Rio r received from customers and returned to to e n n b end at Short notice. Come Friio Jseeie of All kinds fre pc. And of the beat Unla to constantly on Luco and furnished at tha lowest prices. The Public is me a trial Leb non nov. 9, tooth i. H. Buil 1.i a cob quote. E. Zimmerman st Llast class air Duessing and hair Dye Ujj ing Saloon Market Street near Cumberland and opposite the Kagle hotel. Being thankful for the i Iberal patronage heretofore extended to him he would respect fully solicit a continuance of the a ame. Lebanon. July 2, 1882. N. Saloon will be closed on removal. \ a a Daniel Graeffe a Boot 4 shoe store has been removed to his new residence in Cumberland Street Square West from his old stand and opposite the office of or. C. D. A Louinger. Lebanon a. He hns just opened a Large and desirable Stock of Well made boots and shoes. Ladlee kid gaiters at $1.25 ladles lace bootees $1.50 for mls eee $1 Caparso men s boots for $2.60 menus gaiters $2 for boys $1.76 to $2.60? to a children $fl2h to $1.�2. Also a Large variety of overshoes trunks travelling bags a. Come see and judge for yourselves. Lebanon slay 13,�?T63. Daniel Graeff. Take notice. Uilder8 will Well by calling on j. H. Bek Ssler agent a he is prepared to All kind of tin roof info spouting and Job work generally at the very lowest prices. Lie also has on hand a Large and Good assortment of All kinds of tin Ware and All of the most improved Gay burning Cook Jim stoves and parlor stoves. Alao All Tho Johm different and latest improved ranges and Heaters of All kinds. He Alico keeps can stantly on hand a Large Stock of ally Ionia of roofing slate which he offers at Leas Price than they can be bought of any others o temen m the county a Ware rooms one door South of the a Buck hotel a Walnut Street be Bayou l december 25,18bl.readymade clothing will be sold at extremely Toiv paces. I a Bek one of Tho Arm of Klaber amp bros., has taken the Stock of Bendy made clothing at the appraisement which will enable him to sell lower than anywhere else can to bought. Call and so for yourselves before you make your Fil Purchase. A a til Raj a dolts test from c0�ort ii0�ose. Lebanon sept. 25,1861. Henry rarer. Al. R. Beer Sli Tuor store Market Square opposite the Markh House Lebanon a. A Phi Pniler segued respect Lully informs to be Public j _ that to has received an extensive Stock of the choicest and purest liquors of All descriptions. These a liquor b to is invariably disposed to sell at in Wheeden Teddy Low prices. Dru its Farmers Al Otel keepers and other rat Coustie their own interests by baying of the undersigned. Dj5ea Lebanon. April 15, 1863. Merchant Taniok Irige is. Ramsay in fuck a a building Corner of on Street and Doe Alley has on hand and for Sale either by the Yard or made to order a Large lot of 1 cloths Cassimeris and vesting Well a elected from Good Iio uhes. Good Fite and substantial making guaranteed to All. Also handkerchiefs cravats gloves hosiery suspenders saucy and Plata Lizeh shirts. Under shirts Aud drawers. S. S. Ramsay. Lebanon april 9, 1862. Newa a cheap store Rilke under signed would a Csc be Coful a inform tha Cit a Ziaus of Lebanon and Vicinity that to has entered into the Boot and shoe business it Walnut Strutt five doors South of the Buck a bad Lebanon a. Wjk h i i on a i Latte a Large and Well a u assorted Stock of All m kind of boots and % s Ito k she will m. Vim 10 order All of by Dkl s and shoes and at very a blk Short notice. He so keeps on hand a a Large and Wella Fiort �1 a Tock of leather Auch As red and Oak sole. Leather calf and Kip skins Morocco and fancy leather.,kid, mining Roans bind mjg and a ii Kidd or Shoemakers tools and Kik dings such As loot True basis i100t cords and Wobbs a we Blades a mils punches hammers pin chs rasps constantly on hand an assortment Fla Siuga Threada Mihoe nails Peg break. Sand stolen pegs in solos kit and shoe tools of every description having been engaged in the. Business More Thau to wont Yearl he feel satisfied that he can give satisfaction to All who will favor him with a Call. Shoemakers from the. Country will Well by calling on Luu before purchasing elsewhere. R. Samuel Havluck. Lebanon May 21 186. 1� a dam . 15�?no. 18. Lebanon pa., wednesday september 16, 1863,whole no. 742 not . A highly concentrated vegetable pure tonic. Doctor Hoofland German bitters prepared by or. O. M. Jackson philae a will effectually cube a incr complaint. Dyspepsia. Jaundice. Chronic or nervous debility disease of the kids my and All diseases arising from a a ordered liver or stomach. A such As constipation inward piles fullness or blood to the head acidity of the stomach nausea heartburn disgust for food fullness or weight in the stomach. Sour erect actions sinking or fluttering at the pit of the stomach swimming of the head hurried and difficult breathing fluttering at the heart choking or suffocating sensations when in a lying posture. Dimness of vision dots or webs before the sight Over end Dull pain in the head deficiency of perspiration Yellowness of the Syfu and eyes. Pain in the Side Back Chest limbs a. Sudden flush a of heat burning in the yeah constant imaginings of evil and great depression of spirits. And will positively prevent yellow fever. Bilious fever �6c. They contain no alcohol or bad whiskey ? they will cure the above diseases in nicety nine oases out of a Hundred. Induced by the extensive Sale and Universal popularity of roof land a German bitters purely vegetable hots of ignorant quacks and unscrupulous adventurers have opened upon buffering humanity the flood Gates of nostrums ill the shape of poor whiskey Rilely compounded with injurious drugs and christened tonics Steina Elivs and bitters beware of the innumerable array of alcoholic prep a atoms in Plethoria bottles and big bellied kegs under the modest appellation of bitters which instead of curing Only aggravate disease and leave the disappointed Suff re in despair. A Hoofland a German bitters i Are not a new and untried article but have stood the test of fifteen years trial by the american Public and their reputation sad Sale Are not rivalled by any similar preparation. The proprietors have thousands of letters from the most eminent a clergymen lawyer physicians and citizens testifying of their own Parsone knowledge to the beneficial effects and medical Virtues of these bitters. Do you want something to strengthen you you want a Good appetite ? you want to build up your Constitution you want to feel Well ? you want to get red of nervousness you want Energy. Do you want to sleep Well ? you want a brisk and vigorous feeling if you use Hoofland a germen bitters. From Rev j. Newton. Brownd d., editor of the ene cyclopedia of religious knowledge. A although not i posed to favor or recommend ent Medicine , through distrust ingredient and effects i yet know of no sufficient reasons Why a Man May not testify to the benefits be believes himself to have received from any simple preparation in the Hope that he May thus contribute to the Benefit of others. I this the More readily in regard to a German bitters prepared by or. C. M. Jackson Nathis City because i was prejudiced against them for Many years under the impression that they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture. I am indebted to my Friend Robert Shoemaker Esq. For the removal of this prejudice by proper tests and for encouragement to try them when suffering from great and Long continued debility. The use of three bottles of these bitters at Tbs be gunning of the present year was followed by evident Relief and restoration to a degree of bodily and mental vigor which i had not Felt for six Mouths before and had almost despaired of regain lug. I therefore thank god and Ray Friend for directing Rae to the use of them j. Newton Brown. Philad�?Ta., Juns 23 1861. A particular notice there arc Irmy preparations sold under the name of bitters put up in quart bottles compounded of the cheapest whiskey or it Misiou rum. Costing from 20 to 40>cenls per gallon the taste disguised by Anise or coriander aued. A \. Tins class of betters Tias abused and Wiff continue to Causa. As Long of they can be sold. Hundreds to die the death of the drunkard. By their use the system is kept continually under the influence of alcoholic stimulant o f the worst kind the desire for liquor is created and kept up. And the result is All the horrors attendant upon a drunk and s life and death. For tirade no desire Ano win Nave a liquor bitters we publish the following receipt. Get one bottle aloof lands go Rita bitters and mix with thru quarts of Good Brandy or whiskey and the result will be a preparation that will far Excel in medicinal Virtues and True excellence any of the numerous liquor bitters in the Market and will Cost much less Xou will have All the Virtues of Hook lands blurs in connection with a Good article of liquor at a much less Price than these inferior preparations will Cost soldiers. And the friends of soldiers. We Call the attention of All Baving relations and friends in the array to. The fact that a Hoofland a German bitters will Core nine tenths of the diseases induced by exposures and privations incident to Camp ufos. In the lists publish almost daily in the newspapers on the arrival of the suck it will be noticed that a very Large proportion Are suffering from debility. Every care of that kind can be readily cured by Hoof Audi a German bitters. Diseases resulting from disorders of the digestive Orga its Are speedily to moved. We have no hesitation in stating that if there bitters were freely used among on soldiers. Hundreds of lives might be saved that otherwise will be lost. We Call particular attention to the following remarkable and Well authenticated cure of one of Hie nations heroes whose life to use i own language a has been saved by the bitters m Philadelphia August 23rd, 1862. Messes. Jones k , gentlemen your Hoof lands German b hitters has saved my life. There is so mistake in this. It is vouched for by numbers of my comrades so inv of whose name Are appended and who were fully cognizant of All the circumstances of my Case i am and have been for the last four years a member of Sherman a celebrated Battery and under the immediate command of Captain e. B. through the exposure attendant upon Ray Arthuo urdu us. I was attacked in november last with inflammation of the lungs and was a for seventy two Days in the Hospital. To lib was followed by great debility heightened by an attack of dysentery. I was then removed from the White House and sent to this City on Board the Steamer a state of Maine a from which i lauded on the 28 the of june. Since that time i have Ceu a utitus Low us any one could be and still retain of viral qty. For a week Dir More i was scarcely Able to Swallow anything Aad if i did Force a morsel Down it was immediately thrown up Agam. I could net even keep a Glass of water on my stomach. Life could not last under these circumstances and accordingly the physicians who had been working faithfully though unsuccessfully to Rescue me from the grasp of the dead Archer frankly told Jne they could no More for me and advised me to see a Clergyman and to make such disposition of my limited funds i Best suited me. An acquaintance who visited me at the Hospital or. Frederick Steinbron 2, sixth below Arch Street advised Moas a forlorn Hope to try Jour bitter add kindly procured a bottle. From the comma eced taking them the gloomy Shadow of death receded and i am now thank god for it getting better. Though i have but take two bottles 1 have gained ten pounds and i feel sanguine of being pm noted to rejoin my wife nod daughter from whom i have heard nothing for 18 months for a gentlemen 1 am a Loyal virginian from the Vicinity of front Royal. To your invaluable bitters i owe the certainty of life which Lias taken the place of vague fears to your bitters will i owe the glorious privilege of again clasping to Niy bosom those who Are Dearest to me m life. Very truly yours i3aac Malone. A we fully concur in the truth of the above statement As we had despaired of seeing our Comrade or. Malone restored to health. John Cuddleback 1st new York Battery. George a Ackley co c 11th Maine. Lewis Chevalier 92d new York. L k Spencer 1st artillery Battery f. J b Farewell co b 3d Vermont. Henry i5 Jerome co b . Nelty t Macdonald co c 6tb mama. John f Ward. Co e st Maine. Siebman Koch co h 72d new York. Nathaniel Bthomas co f 05th Penn. Andrew j Kimball co a 3d Vermont. John Jenkins co b lu6th Penn a beware of Ounie refits see that the signature of it pc. M. Jackson a won the wrapper of each bottle. A a Price per bottle 75 cents. Or half Doz. For $4 60. Should your nearest druggist not have tro article not he put off by any Al Tho intoxicating preparations that May be offered in its place but Seua to us and we Wilt Forward securely picked by exp Ere skin Opal office and manufactory no. 031 Arch st Jones amp. A Evans. Successor to c. M. Jackson k proprietors. �9 for Sam by by. Oto. Ross opposite tie court House Lej Nom pa., and by druggists and dealers in every town in the. United Tatos. A a. A May 27, 1863.�?lyspecial notice. The proprietors of the Giraud House a 1 a a respectfully can the attention of big Suese men and the travelling to the Superior Omura a Datura and Comfort offered in their establishment.1 a a Kanaga. F0wler amp co August �6,1863�?o our Kioh boys. Tvs a a a kingdom a coining say have you seen our Woodward boys. With their colors waving High a marching along the Rod so tue time this morning Ero the Dawn had lit Tho sky a to tread Yon Battle Plain they re going for their country Calls them Foith to sweep Over marshalled hosts of traitors like tempests from the North. Clio hush divided we will fall. United let us stand it must be now the Rarry Banner. Shall float Over ail the land. A million patriots have been drilling for to sate our a Opatry dear and still the broken ranks Are filling with Tho boys that know no fear. New York and Jersey fought last year where Many a Bla Chanako fell they cheering charged the traitors trembled then let their praises swell. Divided a. Our fathers fought and boat the tyrants As they landed on our shores and while the Sun of freedoms shining we Cau flight Thom Over and o or. Whoever upon our rights would to ample let our swot a wave Over his Lead Fer Nower Oto Yon Al eld by a dying than to cower beneath ins Shade. Divided Fec it three cheers our Woodward both Are Here by the Mountain Wood and Glen and naught is heard but life and drumming and the steady tramp of men. Thus heaven shall Lead them on to conquer what Tho War Clouds Vail the hour ? the stars and Stripe Over All shall Triumph and the Eagle Vry a shall Tower. Divided a. American Street ballads the lament of a wretch who declares a i am fighting for the negro a we especially recommend to the Tribune. It is traitorous and runs to the air of a wait for Tho Wagon / i calculate of niggers we soon shall have our fill. With abets proc Amatin and the Nigger army Bill. Who would not be a Soldier for the Union to fight ? for abets made the Nigger the equal of the White. Co but a a go in for the Nigger a the Sweet scented Olg Gor. The woolly headed Nigger. The Cream coloured Moke. Each Soldier must be Loyal and his officers obey though he Uvea on Mouldy biscuit and fights without his if h is wife at Home is starving he must be Content. A though he Waits six months for greenbacks Worth forty five per cent. If ordered Date Battle go in without delay though slaughtered just like cattle tis your duty to obey a. And Wukou old Jeff Davis is captured paid up you May be if you not mind the Money Don t set the Nigger free moreover. If you re drafted Dout refuse to go. You Are equal to the Nigger and can make As Good a. Show and when in the Battle to fhe Union prove True. But doubt think the n bigger is As Good a Man us you. Three Beera for Burrest Abe to will be a great Man though loaded us with taxes and burdened us with debt. A he often toils us Little jokes when pocketing our self. And at last is made the Nigger the equal of himself. Guard Well the Constitution the government and Laws to every of Congress Dort forget to give applause and when you meet the rebels be sure to drive them Back a. No matter if you a enslave the whue Man. You liberate the Black. A there is no mistaking the sign a Fianco of that song notwithstanding the vagueness of one or two of Purgatory lines. It. However. The Tribuno should fail to see the Sharb of floor Quality from a it Bat is what s. The matter we Aughter take old Massa grow a and All his abolition Crew and make the m fight for the Union just As they Ortor to . For it was there self enrage Fellows that first kicked up the fuss Ami x think wed Aughter make them. Help to Settle up the muss. Notwithstanding the varying orthography of a Woughter a we think that this song hits a Nail on the head. I once had a Home. Ryg a. Thomas Branch my a abbr. I once had a Home where the Sweet roses grew where the Clouds Seldom get Berk a or Eton winds blew a a. Where Birds in their Beauty and safety could sing Aud told with the night Aii thei Suft brooding Wing. Of Bright was that Home when the Spring time returned abut brighter Titan ally when the turf fire burned a when Snow fell around a is. But with Comfort within told the time when the pleasures of Winter begin ecu the laugh Aub the jest and the innocent song made music a happiness Ait the Day Lough when the Sweet sunny Welcome of morn ing und night turned Uranio to love and love to Delight. Those were the Days that i is i sing which to return of summer or autaum can bring. When my father came Home with a smile of Hie brow Aud the fondest of mothers a where Are they now i cold co id is Tbs is arts on which the turf fire burned sick and disconsolate from the scene have i turned. For both father and Mother Are peacefully told where the Elm and Willows Are blending their Shade. And though i be 1 of their Grute Aud their pity in a poor a Alan beloved parents they hear me no More and now unprotected nay friendless i roam to toll to you strangers,�?~1 once had a sketch of a. Lincoln. From ote Vhay Anorga rebel Abraham Lincoln is a Man above the medium height. He passes the six foot Mark by an Inch or two. He is raw boned Sham ble gaited Bow legged Knock kneed Pigeon toed Swob sided a shapeless Skeleton in a very Tough very dirty unwholesome his hair is or was Black and shaggy his eyes dark and wireless like a Coal grate in Winter time. His lips Are Large and protrude beyond the natural level of the face hut Are Pale and smeared with tobacco juice. His Teeth Are filthy. In our juvenile Days we were struck with Virgil s description of the it ferryman who Rode the disembodied souls of men Over the rive of death. Lincoln if our memory fails us not must be a near Kinsman of that official of the other at All events they look alike and if a relationship be claimed when Abraham reach the ferry he will be Able we not doubt to go Over free of toll. In the next place his voice is coarse untutored harsh a the voice of one who has no intellect and less moral nature. His manners Are Low in the extreme and where his talk is not obscene it is senseless. In a Wood Lin Coin born and bred a rail splitter is a rail splitter still. Bottom the Weaver was not More out of Wilace in the Lap of titania than he on the throne of the sex Republic and this is the Man who in Bapa ble of a stronger or higher inspiration than that of revenge aspires to be master of the South As he is of the enslaved and slavish. Horth. This is the Man who it bids armies Rise and fight and commands and dismisses Genera is it will. A this is the Man who proclaims1 As Stich could Only the Equality of this races Black with White. This is the Man who incites Servile insurrection ordains plunder and in Cou rages rapine. Thi s is the Man who trembles not at the horrible butchery which heaven will Call him to answer for yet quakes like an Aspen at the approach of peril to Bis own poor carcass. This is the Man in Fine who has been selected by the Powers of evil a the Only fit representative in All America to s to a.1 firk Tho dark Ages know deeds which civilization blushes to record and men in other lands refuse to i edit. Kneel Down and kiss Hia Royal feet men of the , a Good Story is told of a private in the 14th Massachusetts regiment who had Strong indications for Trade though under the most favourable circumstances a certain Captain in this regiment is noted somewhat for his love of the Good things even in Camp life and several Days since dispatched one of his a live Yankees off to Alexandria for some fresh oysters giving him in his usual Jocose Way the command a Don to come Back without off goes the Man. And no More was seen of him for several the indignant and disappointed Ciptak a poits him a Seitei and gives him up As a it a lost child. A but to after the lapse of nine Days the Captain beholds his reported deserter Baily coming into Camp loaded with oysters. Appi oath my and respectfully Salu Ting the amazed Captain bail a reports a a Here Aie oui oysters Captain could not find any at Alexandria so i chartered a Schooner and made \0 age to fortress Momoe and Norfolk for them. There s about two a Hundred Bias Holst where you want them. Baily it seems did really make the trip lured his men Aud sold oysters enough Jugi Georgetown be fore a a a Lief sortie All Ltd Pon ses and leave him a profit of $140 the a two Hundred bushels were divided among the regiment and Baily returned to his duty As if nothing unusual had Trail spire who is the soldiers real Friend ? extract Troin tie decision of judge Woodward eur stain ing the stay Law passed by our legislature in Ivor of the Soldier a a a a a a a no if a stay of execution for three years would be tolerated in Ordinary times did not these circumstances constitute an emergency that justified the pushing of legislation to Tho extra Chest limit of the Constitution ? no citizen could be blamed for volunteering Fie was invoked to so by appeals As Strong As Bis love of country. In the nature of things there is nothing unreasonable in exempting a soldiers property from execution whilst be is absent from Home battling for the supremacy of to Constitution and the integrity of the Union. And when Sechas not run before he was sent but has yielded himself up to the Call of his country Hissel sacrificing. Patriotism pleads trumpet tongued for All the indulgence from his creditors which the legislature have Power to Grant. If the indulgence Bee m Long in this instance it was not longer than the time for which the president and Congress demanded the Soldier s services a native americanism. A i am never have been a native american in any political sense any More iban i am or have been a whig anti Rasori or abolitionist. The speech so often quoted against my am not responsible for. It was introduced into the debates by a w Hig reporter in violation of the rules of the body which required him to submit for. Revision i promptly denounced it in the face of the convention As i have done Many a time since As a Gross misrepresentation. The native american party itself is my witness. Seven years ago i was the caucus nominee for u. S. the county of Philadelphia was represented by natives they asked whether if elected by their votes i would favor their measures for changing the naturalization Laws. I and swered them no and they.,threw every vote they could command against me and raised a shout of Triumph Over their w. Woodward Pittsburg sept. 14,1852. In theuns on. A those states Are glorious in their individuality but their collective Glo Rie stare in . By All Means at All hazards Are they to be maintained in their integrity and the full measure of their constitutional rights a for is the Union to be preserved Only so is it Worth preserving. It is the perfection of the Prib a Ina tic colors which blended produce the tight it is the completeness of these assembled Sovereign ties lacking nothing which they have not Lent for a great purpose that makes the Union precious. This word Union is a word of gracious Omen it implies Confidence and affection a Mutual support and Protection against external dangers. It is the chose a expression of a the strongest passion of Ong hearts. It is the charmed Circle within which the family dwells. It is Man helping his fellow Man in this rugged world. It is states perfect in themselves confederated for Mutual advantage it is the people of states separated by lines and interests and institutions and usages and Laws All form ing one glorious nation a All moving on to the same Sublime destiny and All instinct with a common life. Our fathers pledged their lives their fortunes and their sacred honors to form this Union let ours be pledged to maintain it 6ko�?~w. Woodward july 4 1852. A who we we a George Woodward. A the sucks county abolition Organ asks a who wants to see a Copperhead governor elem red in Pennsylvania a the Democrat answers the question by naming the following fourteen classes of voters who will vote what abolitionists Call Tho a a Copperhead ticket in october 1. Every Soldier who was provided by Andrew g. Curtin with shoddy uniform with worthless shoos and with defective blankets in order that the friends of that distinguished Patriot could make Large contract profits on Wlinich the governor would receive his commission. 2. Every Soldier who was seduced into the service of the United states for six months upon the pledge solemnly Given by Andrew g. Curtin that the Man so volunteering should be exempt from the draft. A pledge Winch was violated almost As soon As it was made. 3. Every member of the Gallant Pennsylvania reserves who after performing prodigies of valor wore retained in the Federal service with out being allowed to come Home and recruit while new England regiments were furloughed because governor Curtin had f not manliness enough to demand this Well earned Reward of their faithful services. 4. Every Mechanic who is compelled to take orders upon his employers store instead of receiving Cash for his services will vote against the Man who vetoed the Bill to remedy this evil which wrongs the labourer of his hire. A 5 Levi v Farmer in Tho Cumberland Valley who was robbed by the. Rebels Curtin had. A too the manliness and the ability to his sworn duly by the Commonwealth of. Which he was the executive chief. 6. Every taxpayer who fully understands the great robbery perpetrated by the Bill repealing the tonnage tax which governor Curtin signed after he was pledged to veto it. 7. Every Mao who believes that a state is it an Independent sovereignty within its constitutional sphere and who is unwilling Independence should be sacrificed to gratify despotism. 8. Every honest Man who know All the corruptions Practised by Curtin and his friends were so Gross and monstrous that his attorney general Purviance was. Forced to resign his office desiring to remain an honest Man. 9. Every naturalized citizen of Pennsylvania that an. Drew g. Curtin was the High priest of know nothing ism in 1854-5, when he was Secretary of. State. To governor Pollock. 10. Every Man who has had a son brother or Friend drafted or drafted himself in october last when governor Curtin permitted Pennsylvania to be compelled to furnish by draft a surplus Over her quota when other states which bad not furnished their full number were exempted from conscription. 11. Every Man who believes in personal Liberty free speech and a free press that trial of rights which gov enor Curtin has suffered the general government to trample under foot in Pennsylvania in Defiance of the Constitution of the Commonwealth and of the United states. 12. Every Man that believes that this government is a government of White men and is opposed to the negro mercenaries to negro suffrage and negro Equality the great end and aim of governor Curtin and the abolitionists 13. Every Roan that believes in the Union As our fathers framed it under the cons tuition As they ordained it and who looks to this War As a Means of preserving the latter and restoring the former and not As the great machine by which states shall be turned into provinces and negroes into equal a. ,. 14. Every Man who is in favor of peace based upon a restoration of the Union As it was j with equal rights in All the states and the inherent rights of free men preserved and perpetuated. A 1 these classes will give Geotge w Woodward at least thirty thousand majority on october next. Kit a Dandy smoking a Segar having entered a menagerie the proprietor requested. Him to take the Weed from his Mouth Quot lest he should teach the other monkeys bad habits. A people who have been ruled by Law suits will probably find Bap Pines Only when they Are reduced to necessity for it knows no , Mcclellan at Staten Island review of state Troy pee a a Camp 1 a a Quot a 1 Quot a Sprague ill i the general s speech to his old com. Rades a a a a great enthusiasm of the. So Liers. Yesterday aft Enol a a major Tenek a George b. Mcm Clell n reviewed Tho new York state troops now quartered at Camp Sprague Staten Island and received such an ovation of cheers and Welcome As is awarded Only to him. A Obnel n. S. Lansing the commandant of the Post bad cited him on several Prev Iotis occasions to be present but the general wishing to avoid publicity As much As possible had uniformly declined until this time when added to the entreat yes of colonel Lansing was a petition my him during som part of his memorable Campaign while in command of the army of the Potomac. Such an urgent request to see their loved com Mander again was More than the general could resist and he accordingly consented to visit them yesterday afternoon at the same time expressing a desire that the occasion should be As quiet and a ostentatious As Possi ble. For this reason the intended visit of the general was kept a profound secret from the Public previous to its occurrence. Immediately after the review the Veteran soldiers who had served in the army of tie Potomac formed in a hollow Square to hear a few words from their former there was perfect silence in the ranks when col. Lansing said a soldiers of Tho army of the Potomac allow to to introduce to you gen after another storm of Hurrah the general spoke As follows speech 01�?T general . My comrades a am glad pud sad and proud to meet you again. I am glad because to Are All glad to meet old comrades and Brothers in arms. I am sad because i am reminded in seeing you of our Brethren who have fallen on the Fields of Battle. I remember too our own last sad part ing at Warrenton. I am proud because i Call to mind All our Battles from Yorktown to an tie Tain. I am proud because i see you old comrades of the. Army of the Potomac for of you i am always shall be. When you rejoin your comrades say. To them that your old commander has continued to watch their every Battle with asm Ucb interest and feeling and Pride As when be was with Yon and he will Ever so. I am proud because i know that you will Ever sustain the Well earned glory of the army of the i am proud to see so Many of Jou reentering the service. I thank you comrades for the kind Welcome you have Given to i will not say goodbye again. We. Have said it once before and i Trust never to repeat it. The cheers that followed the youth Ful general As he turned Bis horse and slowly Rode away the shouts that went up in great unison overwhelming the noise of Drums and the music of the martial band must have been Felt in. Every nerve and vein of All who saw Bow True How devoted and How ardent were those Veteran warriors in their respect acid it love for their favorite general. T a health. Id his special message to the legislature declining a renomination for the gubernatorial chair governor Curtin declared that a Tho labors which i have necessarily undergone have already impaired my health. I should have serious cause to apprehend that a much longer continuance of them might so break it Down As to Render me unable to fulfil the duties of my now tie governor should not be permitted to go on at this reckless rate,.-. The has no right to claim any Man s services at such a Price As this and if the governor s friends Haver regard for his health the pm Ople should have and see to it that he is not burdened with the crushing duties of the executive chair for another Turpe years. Governor Curtin must not be permitted to destroy himself by. Reck i Ess patriotism and a merciful people should allow him to retire to the peaceful shades of private life and place the labors of the executive office upon a pair of Good Bimbad shoulders such As judge Wood re carries about with paper for town and country is printed Asp published weekly by we. M. Bra Slih 2d Story of inn Civ new build. i at one Dollar and fifty pent a year a 4mt�?Tad> brti8ejierft8 smarted at the Queaa Nora. A .1 jmj a a w6 cd the �3�e a fuck a my a a a a a solicited to and id their orders. A hand Cluj printed Eta. To Utica. 1a a rates or postage. In , Joe Tage free a a a it in of ,35� Retat Quarter or la Cento a year. A a a 1. A / a if. Sv-1ot ans ter or28ct�.n Jar if the postage in not paid in Advance rates Are Don we. A a a a a it a. A. , a a recklessness of the abolitionists the abolitionists having a presentiment of the awful defeat that awaits them at the october election a a to a a with that defeat an in to the Cor re options which Bavy been a Cigar a Teristi of the National and Static administrations Ever since their accession , Are resorting g to lies of the most glaring kind hoping thereby to deceive the unthinking Ower of our to Pullion into the support of a their favorite candidates. The Lebanon courier for instance is one of Tho evidences of the degeneracy of the abolitionists its columns overflowing with misrepresentations add bes. Or some Young men travelling on horseback among the White mountains Lecarno inordinately thirsty and stopped for milk at a House by the Roadside. They emptied every Basin that was offered and still wanted More. The woman of the Bouse at length brought out an enormous bowl of milk set it Down on the table saying. A one would think gentlemen that you had never been Loyal leagues Are quite a venerable institution in this country they were organized by the tories of the american revolution and their secrets and Nuci pies have a been revived by their descendants during the present administration. They were spurned and repudiated by the Patriot of 76, and they will share the same of Etc at the hands of the Patnoud and constitutional men of 1863.�? the advocates of English tyranny and us spation can Neyer hold Power in the United states we Gre a band of freemen. My of last week is false from beginning to Eod. It says the Flag raising at the Headquarters of the democratic Central Cine was attended with no cheering which every one knows who was present on that occasion is an unmitigated falsehood. It next intimates that it was by compulsion that the stars and stripes were raised and not because the democrats re vere them. The history of the democratic party will Bear us out in the the assertion that none loved the Flag of their country More than did they to can Point these pretended loyalists to Washington the father of his country and if they will take the trouble carefully to read his Farewell address they will find that the principles for which he contended Are the principles for which the democrats of to Day Are battling. Later in the history of our country we can refer them to Jefe Ron the Champion of dec a racy and to have a Roan whose whole life was devoted to the cans of american Liberty the admonitions of1 Jackson who bore the stars and stripes at new Orle amp no ahd1 to age t. Old England that we knew Oul has and knowing them were determined they should be maintained when tie warned the people against abolition ism have not been forgotten by fair v democratic party and to Day they Are trying All in their Power to Conn tract Job designs Rof sectional Sta North and South. In the present rebellion the soldiers and the. People1 have had a Leader in Mcclellan re one. Whose love for the old Flag a. De on Many hard fought fit title Al eld. To show Bow the abolitionists App fact ate True patriotism we will refer Quot them to the removal of gen. Mcclel. Ian which was done for that when be wag fighting the rebels in arms he forgot Jot the Promise made by Congress that the War was waged for the up rept a of h the Constitution. They denounced him �8 being a traitor simply because he was a True Defi it of crate and is neb would not is Ftp heir schemes of negro abolitionists Are the wrong men to accuse democrats of treachery _ to the Flag. In 1856, in some of the. A a Western Cou utile of this state they carried a Banner with seventeen stars. Upon it representing the �joijihjsn#.,. States their motto being a no uni it it. A with slaveholders the sentiment ? of Hor be Greeley whose paper finds of a Welcome Reader in every abolitionist. Are yet fresh in the minds of the people when be declared our Flag a a flaunting ire it . By to / Grace we say. For men to accuse democrats with a want of sympathy for Tho Emblem of our nationality. Had a. The abolitionists followed the adv Pef of ged. Jackson whom they now to it greatly pretend to love we would not be cursed with this civil. War. The it abolition party was justly termed by him a a disloyal that old and tried Patriot saw the threatening Cloud of War in the distance a Aad told the people bal the love for Freedom which the abolitionists pro leased meant a nothing More or Lesa than civil War and a dissolute amp a of. The me impressed upon a honest men of All parties the importance of uniting a to expose their intentions and arrest the principles of the democracy Are embodied in the extracts just quoted from one of the speeches of the hero a of new Orleans. They Are working. A for the destruction of that a a disloyal. Party and As a natural consequence a. Are the followers of thai statesmen. Not Long since a paper Peb Lebed in extract from gen Jackson a far weft. Address under us editorial b.eadand., the next Day it was denounced a Ftp i Copperhead article. If amp a Ltd Ufi called a Copperhead by the Aioli a zionist Why should we be ashamed of the name what the Opp Stiop mean by Copperhead is tin it a tie manhood to oppose the or wicked a it did Ijjas 1 3 a a the Abol Kion Organ rest rat a tote 0i. And again that the democratic party
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