Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
17 Sep 1862

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17 Sep 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 17, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaJuir Hunting �ejss1 is a see by Masc a Bonsi q ajar. A a and promptly by mixed. Us the. Advertises office Lebanon Penn a this establishment is now supplied with an us Tensive ssh i a Girnt of Job Type which will be increased us the patronage demands. It can now turn oat a biting. Of a very description in a neat and expeditious manner and on very reasonable terms. Such As pamphlets checks ,. Business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of fare invitations tickets &c., amp a. ®55-Desdsor All kiwis. Common and judgment Bonus. School justices. Constables and ��1, Biakis printed Curre Colv and neatly of the Best paper constantly kept of Lent this office at pviv.vvnv�4ifwr��. Subscription Price of the Elba a one Dollar and a half a year. Address Ivy. By Sun Lebanon. A. Clocks. Thirty Day eight i a thirty Mont clocks just received it. J. J. Blair a jewelry store i Lebanon a. July 3, 1861. Lebanon Valley Institute at Ann Villi Lebanon county a. W. J. B Burnside a. At., principal. Fail e in swing se8s�0n will commence in i monday july 2lst. T a k school 1ms the advantages of a pleasant and de Dutiful location a Siffus Kiriu Hoik Ungs you a hated Jio Oins a Fine Library and a ii print. Thi2 ctr Jusli of study is not fixed the div pics of each Pupil being directed arc dim to tins Lime he can a Foru to school or to the profess iou he designs to per Uffre a a Okma l ext offers special Nova a to those who propose to engage in i a aiding As the course pursed olt a forms icily m of t he co Quiry a superintendent. And of this co tit get of the state a Obj Tel shool. It. Cell cult its nil fur later information can be obtained by addressing the Tinc . J. Burnside Uuie 2�, 1sg2. Annville a. 4% u m h a a h cheap store of Rauch amp Light a Ike Corner of Cumberland Street and Plank Road Lebanon a. Messes. Rancif amp Light take pleasure in inform my their friends Aud the Public generally that they have just opened a Large and carefully selected assortment of dry goods a groceries. Our ensnare amp a a to which respectfully invite the attention of the Public. To Iii. Dry goods have All been selected with the greatest care from the largest importing houses in Philadelphia. Groceries a Larga stick of cheap sugars. Coffees teas chocolate and ail kinds of spices. Also a Large assortment of Queens Ware among which Are the newest patterns together with almost his endless variety of goods in their Une of business whirl will be sold very cheap Lor Cash or county produce taken in Exchange. Bags bags bags the attention of Millers and Farmers is directed to their Large Stock of Dags which they will sell at wholesale prices. October it 1860. Rauch amp Light. O. Weigley commission merchant Fob tue Sale of butter eggs cheese tallow lard poultry game dried fruits a. To. 170 Reade Street one door above Washington 1sew-y0rk. Ref Lily 15nces Robb amp a Chough new York alien amp brother do i. W. Side Mug esq., do Jones be Shepard do Slatt son Lahach amp Farriot n. Do Samuel g. Johnson do Quot a. Lar Colin e�q., Lebanon a. L. Beta Compton. Ohio w. C. Curry amp co., Bankers brie pm. John a ties a a a a 1�?Ta. July i i,18ti2. Manhood mow lost mow j list published m a sealed envelope Price fat ate a a lecture on the nature. Twi runt and Radical cure of amp ii or involuntary . Sox Nal debility and impediments to marriage Iron Emiily a Vovou mrs. Can it Umi it tip in epilepsy no ii kits mental and 1�?Thvsieal from re Fly abuse. buds j. Cult but will. A author of the Green Hook it of a. The world renown d author in this admirable lecture. Clearly proves from his own sex Perlman a that the a Tui a of self abuse May be effectually removed without medi Juc and i Imit dangerous surgical operations Bongea. Instruments rings or cords iils. Pointing out a Mode of cure at once certain mid Effe Taal. By which every sufferer no matter what his condition May be. May cure himself cheaply privately and radically. This lecture will prove a Boon to Thoa studs and under Seal to any address in a envelope of the receipt of six cents or two postage a tamps by addressing Calais. J o. Kyj ind a co 1�7 bravery new York Post Olyce Box 4536. August 20, ibti2. 1. S. A ukr a wholesale and retail drug store Lias been removed to his new building on Cumberland Street opposite the a Jingle Cuil Utuga Lebanon a. Stall k subscriber Resperi finlly Simonn pcs this a Nain fat Tancas and the Public in general that he has Cou Nutly on hand a Large Stock of. Drugs. To be fiume at i Kim canes a chemicals. by a a varnishes Toupee i amp a Glass aware 11air oils. Extracts Bro Fojt new. Mir goal instru�nen1 fat "roilt-1saag-. Be garb. Toni to. Amp a. A a a variety of funny Aiti of too Numero of to mention which he offers at Low rates Anil warrants the qualities of the articles ased purchasers will please remember this Ami examine the qualities and prices of his Grant. Home of inn elsewhere wlm in Siemon s pres Erin timid and Neh at All hours of the Hay or , by culling at the drug store Opp Onte the Quot of he rli�6 the store will be opened for timeout mounding of prescription Between the a Mars of i and it o clock a. M., to and 1, and a Quot Lebanon aug. 18 �os02. A avid it s. Rabel. Vol. 14�?no.-18. Lebanon pa., wednesday september 17, 1862. Re a r. No so a s i amok store timer of Market and water Street. Lebama a. I it it undersigned Ini Orins 1 r that to has received an extensive Stock i the. M and purest liquors of All descriptions. 1 is it us Yusri to is inti Riaboy disposed to sell at in duh pm Coden Tedla Low prices. Druggie to Karun i s. 11 Otcel keepers a Tel oth a pm Imp own interests by buying of the undersigned a Lebanon july amp a 1603. _ be Biumi female Seminary. Dial Hel by. 11�sss, Principa f. Julia Ross. My ical department. Mrs. A. J. Jim Ison Ora Wing. A a a Rii for an slice French latin and German. A l Artie Nln attention Given to the Quot Jjo lust acut. Inst notions upon the 1�?Tiano, a Quot a a in a tar and in singing. not comma Ted a a a the school will be waited non it their Homes Wii on ired and at the usual rates. Early application should he made to Stine or j. W. Musil Board of directors d. S. Iiamm0.nu, s. J. Si.in�. John Mikhy a ova Watt c. I. Glon1nger, c. Grennawalt Isaac let och a j0siau Eua Uri. Lebanon aug. 21, 1861. A Lac Loar Flabb. Lebanon -joi1s o Gabel. Oor Sash Ami bit am planing a rated on the steam Limar. Load near Cumberland Street. Bust Felu inon. 1he undersigned respectfully inform the Public in general that they i and keep on hand or is Tali shutter blinds flooring. We Ather Bourda 0 sea Spring it Tbs a i1-�?zl of All size., Wash boards. Cating. Sur Huc. and All mods of by 11. Lung mat Kikals a Nuu quotes to Alto construct the latest and most in need Muiir caving and Lland railing us table for to now Novite for me mechanics and builders to ii and examine univ Stock which to will warrant to a a i entire wylfa fiction to ail who May favor the �nder-�.�1 with their custom. Amp Gabel. A so h kind of to knt loot the be Mill. Planing sawing a. Promptly done for just who Muy furnish lumber. If you wlm to nor Rye a no.1 ail Biotype very cheap go to daily a Mauery next door to the Lebanon Deposit bang. Treason Case in Boston. From the Boston Post july 24. Speech for the defence by or. Senot the defender of John Brown in Virginia. A caustic denunciation of Puritan smelling committees Yankee sneaks and abolition thugs. U. S. Commissioners wednesday Ettoro e. Marvin. U. S. Is. F. S. Gordon it Al charged with being secessionists wit i giving Aid a Ted Comfort to the enemies of the United states. This Case was further continued. T. I. Lathrop fur the u. S. George Senot and h. Parker fur defendants. To. Ii. Dana jr., the District attorney appeared and said in substance that there was no statute of the United slates under which the Gordons could be held Stuyck for in pro Sion of hostility to the government or for receiving intelligence from the South that such things were not actually treason there being no overt act proved that the line must be drawn somewhere and although the conduct of the Gordons was pretty close up to it he must enter a Nolle pro Sequi in the Case. Al. Parker esq., replied that after what had been said by , it was his duty to protest against any disposition of the Case now except by a hearing and determination by the magistrate. He said that no one of the live Gordons bad been shown to be guilty of even improper talk except Harry the youngest and then under the influence of he also warned these self constituted committees that this not tolerate such interference As they had been guilty of. He thought the counsel for the defendants ought to have an Opportunity to vindicate the character of Uiese men. Lie had not himself prepared to argue this ease having from the beginning left that to or. Senot the Junior counsel. Or. Dana stated that an argument in the ease after the government had abandoned it would be useless. But if anything could be said in vindication of the Gordons it would be fair to allow it. Or. Senot was obliged to the District attorney for that. He said that after what the Gordons had suffered i would be of no advantage to them to argue their Case. What they wanted their counsel to do was to vindicate their character and expose the meanness of the prosecutors. This lie proposed to do now. Lie then and j dressed the commissioner As follows a Charles p. Gordon is sixty years j old. He has four sons. They Are All natives of new England and silversmiths by Trade. They reside in the suburbs and do business hero on Washington Street in the building of Deacon Palmer. They Are men of respectable standing and As to political sentiments the a voted for Douglas. They Are the parties prosecuted. A or. Peter Hobart is a House builder and is Deacon of Park st. Church. Or. Hawes a superintendent of the Tremont Temple and was a member of the Church of or. Kallo Elc. Or. Thrasher is an acquaintance and an associate of theirs. Or. Palmer is another Deacon in Whoso building a committee met to try the loyalty of these suspected persons. Air. William Washburn is an architect formerly of the City Council. These per sons Are All of Republican politics and Are the real prosecutors. Or. Thrasher complained to or. Hobart that the Gordons were Dis a off a crud people who sympathized Vith the South. Or. Hobart acting upon that information wrote them a letter which with its answer from the Gordons is in Tho Case. The next Day by the invitation of Deacon Palmer the above named persons met by concert in his basement with a number of others elected Deacon Palmer chairman of the meeting and then called the Gordons before them. The eldest son. Being asked by or Hobart the letter writer if he would satisfy them of his loyalty by put Ting out a Flag replied in an outburst of passion that lie would not be coerced especially by his enemies. Or. Washburn attempting to interfere was interrupted by this Gordon to whom for some reason or other air. Washburn is peculiarly odious and informed bin that from him nothing would be heard. From this violent scene the son was drawn away by the father and the strange committee dissolved and disappeared through Dua con palmers Back door. The assistant District attorney was then informed that the Gordons had Given Aid and Comfort to the enemy. This information he says upon his oath he believes. In consequence they were arrested. Their whole life and conversation for the year past has been sifted and pried into. Their friends and neighbors have been summoned to testify about them. And on this testimony so obtained we Are to hold them if it offers probable now does it and Here How simple Liow easy is the task of the More lawyer or the Mere commissioner but if 1 regard such a Case As this Orif you did with the Eye of a Mere lawyer i should despise myself and sir i would be astonished at you what would be the use sir of a Liberal education outside of our profession As Well As a severe training within it Liat the Benefit of Active exertion in the political affairs of our country beginning for each of us Long before we could vote what the continued exercise of every madly and More than kingly prerogative which signifies our existence As citizens of this Imperial Republic if we should merely Peep through the pinholes of evidence at a Case which in is principles involves the Liberty of us All i shall take cure sir not to do so a and while i shall take care not to present an in lawyer like View or to say anything at All inconsistent with a Legal analysis of the charge while i shall even use the testimony faithfully As the stimulus of reflection and the occasion of argument i shall Loave the Law part where it should be left in of the cases to it in a subordinate relation and speak of it briefly and in the conclusion of the matter. Viewing the testimony then does it show any offence committed except by the conspirators the spies the informers the cellar inquisition a who have borne false witness against their neighbors to destroy him suppose them to hate acted against their nature and have told the truth under oath. Then the Gordons in various a tips have found fault with the government that is the essence the spirit and even the scope of the testimony. Is that treason ? is it treason Here this was the Homo of free speech and All the colors of republicanism from Black to bilious a declared that speech should be free. The chief reason Why 1 want to carry fire and sword into the South is because they refused my right of free speech Given to me by that almighty god who was pleased to create me a free Man a right the creator and defender of All my other rights a right so much the More important than the Constitution the Constitution was invented merely to Assort and secure it and it is not Worth the paper it Blacken unless it does Assort it and secure it. I declare before god that As i understand that right i value it More than 1 do my life and. I Call this whole Assembly yes this whole country to witness if i have not be fore now proved the sincerity of this declaration by my actions and the right which i vindicated at the risk of my life before a Southern tyrant 1 will not give up for the Sake of my business to a in Yankee sneak. Neither shall the Gordons their Case is ours. We Are tried with them. And in defending them to defend ourselves and our country from a gang compared with whom colonel Lead better the murderer is humane and general Floyd the thief is respectable. Or. Sumner was once the advocate of free speech. Lie claimed to be almost one of its martyrs and in defence i it or in con us i Lello Uci Biti 1-y a Trio victim of a cowardly assault inflicted Wilh a ferocity and endured with a meekness unexampled in the annals of cud gelling lie now changes opinion or at least Bis language. With that Felicity of allusion which belongs among the Public writers of America to him and to governor Andrew alone he advises his friends to put their a a heels upon those who differ with them and who dare to speak out. The advice is Given in a Public letter addressed to the late War meeting it new York. Is this prosecution and Experiment made upon poor me chantes by a few Small conspirators in pursuance of an agreement among the principle thugs at Washington in order if it works Well to sacrifice More important victims to tue abolition Ralee ? 1 do not know. But i know this. I know that the gentleman of the Republican party do not countenance it and that it will fail Here because among other reasons to reach their political opponents they Mist be Cut Down both political and personal friends. If free speech is treason our excellent governor would speedily be known As the late Uulu merited John a Andrew for his speech is excessively free and easy we have merely to go pack to Bis letter to or. Rim Ball to make him an Avoca Teand Champion of treason in its broadest extent. Then what we Ould become of or. Phillips does he speak in favor of the government has be Ever said anything in favor of any government except that of Hay to ? did he not lately advise a Large and patriotic Assembly not to give a Mart or a Dollar to the government of the United states a and did not that patriotic society applaud the suggestion ? shall we prosecute or. Phillips therefor not with my Good will not without my Active. Resistance i should violate the first Principio of democracy greater to me than anything but the word of god himself if i did not fight for or. Phillips right to talk treason to any fold who wants to Hoar him i in a letter the governor refuses to Supply troops to the president. In fact he supplies Many and urges More to go. Do we prosecute him for his letter no but a tempest of derision Breaks Over what to Calls his head from All parts of the United states and even from England and to that we leave him. When the regiment of the 1 the gob Cass went off without an escort even of the second battalion was it not actually hissed in state Street As was the Massachusetts regiment on its return from Mexico but the agreeable remark was made that the departure of the Irish would lie of great grief to our poor houses and jails the governor or his friends May talk so about col. Cass country men the Irish without committing treason. We Are not charged with saying anything half so bad about or. Andrews countrymen the negroes and yet we Are prosecuted. Much has been said about finding fault with the government Asif there was some Peru Iii Sanctity about it. Have we arrived at such a state that no one must find fault Villi any action or omission of the it Verri Pierit or any member of it wit lout having treason imputed to him not sir cannot i i have the i Seward our present state is not fit is i st Lisman to in Dex the papa i Sof the i it however Little my the trouble him. I do not. The of sense a Obi sense a Tho laugh a Stock of think he is a Small Ward politician who More and acts can you r example no that or a dietary of Ilas Wright ughes May to his want s made him Europe. 1 ind county m i Csc ii e a Sopho Ike i slip i jobber. Every time he Spriks Ziblut what will happen in sit d 13 s�?1/ r Mety Days i curb Stone lie approach to m mind 0 broker chattering Over ing maturity of a a Ulyous Noto. I think have Bien advanced Tompor Arit Lues if his country about As often As they Wil be an5 i cannot help rejoicing to think that or. Seward will probably be the last 0 the lilliputian. Pm in 1 not say so has or a Hillips taken out a Patent for the application first rate abuse to second rate men and must 1 be tried for treason if i however unsuccessfully attempt to infringe it again i do not worship str. Sumner the chairman of the Senate committee on foreign i cannot Admire a person who is so simple As to think it a fitter thing to pretend to be a fanatic that to be a Dull but honest Man. There is a Fine old German Story called the a adventures of Reynard the Fox a in the illustration of which animals of different countries Are represented in the attitudes with the expressions of Irion. The illustrations Are very Good \ expose a cup of Clear water to the i Lyst observe it and Ever when the cold begins to fill its transparent Subito Neo with a Beautiful Spinei i of ice it you agitate the mass it will not immediately freeze. But give it in that condition a Short period of rest and it becomes a Rock hardly yielding to the energies of Gunpowder and so have we found the South. They were once undecided. Time and the stupidity of the government has Eon Soi dated a hesitatingly into a hostile people. Yet or. Gorda is a traitor if he Calis a fool a fool. No sir Freedom of speech is not quite gone. It a still lives in Boston. This mean prosecution is not to affect it. Those that i happen to know of them Are gentlemen. They did not agree with me in politics where poli tics existed but they agree with me now in disposing that Petty Pir Secu Tion of Laborera and . Del non amp Wincki a a wow Ewe it ii Proa it la of the old whig party and which was one of the causes of its fall As great and respectable As that party they say with perfect Freedom from constraint and that it woj ild not Only be lost to us but Wou Lii be used against us with tremendous Power if it should be shown for one moment to be produced by fear 01j by if we cannot hold our Ckon against one or two secessionists Jin a whole state without fore Whai Are we to do with the armies of Sto Ewall Jackson. J if leading republicans however abandon their own Prine Jules to take vengeance for opinions Sake i can Tell you that they will not leave so great a matter in the bands of any such persons As the prosecutors in the s Case. They will not condescend to shrink from the court of judge Lynch in order to whine Over us in Tho cellars of Deacon Palmer they will not attempt to watch us in entry ways like Phineas Stone or advertise us 111 the sunday papers As were the Gordons. Nor if we happen to be so situated will they sneak found to Muster builders or Obei employ efs and threaten them with loss of business if to Are not dismissed As is the High toned and _ practice of or. We. Washburn. The Petty business never sprung from them. They Are a great party and i believe an honest one. They Are not to be measured with the measure of or. Sumner or of Peter Llopart. If they utter sneers in temper they empty inc in pockets in generosity. They care for the widow and the orphan. And when they do that sir they Nuur ask what party the husband or father belonged to. No sir Tho bulk of Tho republicans love their country and help their countrymen they leave the mean business of spy and informer of alarmist and renegades of the Washburn stamp who remain at borne to abuse their former party instead of following its members to the fight for our country. They leave it to them and the remnant of those meddlesome natures the torment and reproach of Massachusetts who infest its religious societies and who Are the sorrow of its most Christian characters. The Man who attends to every other Many a affairs whether his own Are attended to or not is almost exclusively a Massachusetts nuisance. He is commonly though not always attached to some unhappy Church organization. To Massachusetts society meddling is indeed a Scourge so great that it May he doubted whether it does not fully counterbalance every Comfort and Blessing concentrated in Elliis favored country. Puritanism which exalted the Manly English spirit by fanaticism on the one hand degraded it on the other hand by espionage. Its churches were Mutual Assurance societies in Euch other for Tho morality of their members. Its doctrines Are forgotten. But the evils wbk he the puritans unconsciously did lives after them and Char cues which detest their no pm Maignan Gradus d Ory and deny their teaching Are managed on their principles. Massachusetts to Day is covered with societies in which the Best men and women conscientiously but reluctantly and the worst of men and women eagerly and with a Devilish Delight form the work of spies and informers upon each Osiier. To say that such a Gigantic system of Mutual espionage does degrade character is simply to say that eavesdropping and talc bearing Are not mean occupations. Under its influence nothing is known of a Man s character or habitual watchfulness upon the one Side arouses habitual hypocrisy upon the other and it is Only when Tho Petty Saint of Boston expands into the Gigantic villain of new Orleans or san Francisco that you can Tell How vast a Benefit you derive from his emigration. The wickedness looked Little Here because to saw but Little of it. The enormous pressure of Universal listening arid peeping had driven it deep into the innermost fibres of our society. So pressed it produces smelling committees it a Leeis Hiss Legislatures. It brings such men As Deacon Palmer to associate out of fear with such men As Washburn whom they receive in their cellars and dismiss through their Back doors. Nobody will deny the fact or its application Here who is not prepared to deny the existence of the Rev. Or. Sailock or his Church member or. Hayes who peeped after him and Black mailed him and then exposed him. It is or. Hayes turn today it May be or. A Allock a turn to do that dirty work Fot or. Hayes tomorrow. It is or. Washburn a turn now it May be Tho Gordons turn by and by. But be Lite turn whose it May the system of a barbarous age and people applied to Tho control of civilized Mankind awakens the fiercest resentment. Men have put up with the Savages task they have endured the bloodiest tyrants without resistance for Many years. They have submitted to the Kings of Prussia and even to the but a government of meddling philanthropists they cannot Bear. It resembles the government of vermin More than any human individually vile and odious but quite insignificant when collected they Are All pervading All devouring Appal a Ngy loathsome to every sense and intolerable to the strongest body and firmest mind. This is the government of Tho Robes Pieres the carats a the Wash Burns Tho lob arts the Hayes est is the oppression which makes the. Wise Man. Mad it made the Gordons mad when it first applied to them and what they uttered under its influences was temper not treason. Yet was there sense As welf1 As temper if they preferred Jeff. Davis to an abolition government. As i understand an abolition government a Man might endure the government of or. Phillips for he is a gentleman or of or. Garrison for whatever May have been thought of his sanity his honesty was never questioned. But the abolition government which they understand was the inquisitorial the cellar the sink and cesspool committee which stood be fore them ordering them to put out a Flag and 1 think there is no Man of spirit with that in his mind who would not prefer the Wolfis Ness of a Davis to Tho be ridiculousness of a Washburn the Gordons have done no wrong. They do not hate their native country though they cannot like its imbecile government a government which has everything Given to it by a generous people and which does nothing but Vlaste time make speeches and feed contractors cannot be liked or trusted until it alters its course. These sentiments i understand them to express. 1 agree with them in that so do hundreds and thousands More. They have a right a moral As Well As legals to express such sentiments. They ought to express them and woe to the Washburn who shall meddle with them or with any one else in this Way hereafter opinion of commissioner. The complaint in this Case charges the defendants with a giving Aid and Comfort to the United states an informal Mode of describing the of Fence of a adhering to the enemies of the United states giving them Aid and in other words the accusation against the defendants is treason for under the Constitution and Laws of the United states trea son consists in a levying War against the United states or in adhering to its enemies giving them Aid and and the punishment of this offence is death. To constitute this offence some overt act either in levying War or giving Aid anti Comfort to the enemy must be proved. It is Well settled that no words or intentions even however hostile or disloyal they May be Are sufficient if they have not ripened into acts. The Laws of the United states have thus far failed to make opinions sympathies or tue Inions or the expression of these however disloyal base or hostile to the existing govern Merit an offence cognizable by the courts. Such conduct is left for its punishment to Tho just and indignant judgment of Mankind. Our sole duty Here is to administer the Law As we find it. In reference to the two to Finger Gordons it is but just to state that so far As i perceive 110 testimony whatever has been introduced affecting them and Tho testimony so far As it relates to or. Gordon sr., is mainly whole no. 691. To the effect that he received letters from a customer in Baltimore giving him rebel accounts of the movements of the armies sooner than they were published in the papers Here. In re Terence to the remaining defendants George and Henry Gordon although the testimony is much More full As to their expressions of sympathy with the rebellion yet i fully concur with the views stated so fairly by the Learned District attorney that it is entirely insufficient to prove an overt act of treason. My Only duty therefore is to order that this com plaint be dismissed and the defendants to discharged. The crowd in the court room burst into applause which nobody checked and Many Pec ple went up and Shook hands with the Gordons. A a Stonewall Jackson. From the a Ai armas there you see self command perseverance indomitable will that seems neither to know nor think of any earthly obstacle and All this without the least admixture of vanity Assum Acy Pride fool hardiness or anything of the kind. There seems a disposition to assert its pretensions but from the quiet sense of conviction of his relative position which sets the vexed question of self importance at rest a peculiarity i would remark of great minds. It is Only the Little and the frivolous who Are forever of truding their Petty vanities before the world. His face also expresses courage in the highest degree and his Phreno logical developments indicate a vast amount of Energy and activity. His forehead is Broad and prominent. The occipital and sin capital regions Are both Large and Wolf a fac de eyes expressing a singular Union of Mikl Ness Energy and concentration Cheek and nose both Long and Well formed. His dress is a common Grey suit of faded cassimere coat pants and hat the coat slightly braided on the sleeve just enough to be perceptible the Collar displaying the Mark of a major general. Of his gait it is sufficient to say that he just goes along not a particle of the strut the military swagger Parade so common among officers of Small smaller minds. It would be a profitable study for some of our military swells to devote one hour each Day to the contemplation of the magnificent plainness of to military Fame which they can never Hope to attain be unites the simplicity of a child the straight forwardness of a Western Farmer. On last sunday he was dressed. As above and be strode As common a he orse As one could Firidun a summer Day. There May be those who would be less struck with his appearance As thus a courted than if Bediz ened with lace and holding the reins of a magnificent Barb Capar ironed and harnessed for glorious War. But to one who bad seen him As i had at cold haib Orand Malvern Hill in the rain of Shell and the Blaze of the death lights of the Battle Field when than a Mountain would serve As a breast work against the 36-Inch shells which howled and shrieked through the sickly air general Jackson in tatters would be the same hero As general Jackson in gilded uniform. In my simple View he is a nonpareil he is without a he has enough Energy to Supply a whole manufacturing District enough military Genius to Stock two or three military schools of the size of West Point. Strength of the rebel co. A. Al Adler a hungarian lately in the rebel service but who on Eer Tain suspicions respecting his loyalty was arrested and subsequently escaped has made a statement which perhaps is entitled to some degree of credit. During his confinement to employed a Man whom be had Long known and served to watch gen. Winder the military commandant of the City and to bring him exact intelligence this information aided by his Orfi intimate knowledge of the rebel organization plans &c., enabled him to make out the following figures a rebel forces marching . Under gen. Jue Johnson 66,000 10011 a a Stonewall , 45,000 men Longstreet a a corps. 18,000 men gen. E. Ii. Hill 16,000 Tuen men. A. P. Hill 12,000 men gen. Lanse of Alabama s,000 men gen. Craig of South Carolina 12,000 men division 12,000 men Independent corps from Georgia s. And n. Carolina Alabama 60,000 men Dojk a Isi Baw Storl Tom a family paper for town and country is printed and published weekly by to m. Bre slut 2d Story of Funck a a new building cd Ember lib a is at one Dollar and fifty cents a year. A so a inserted at the usual rate. A in the frien is of the establishment and the Public Genet ally Are solicited to and in their orders. A stip Lian Bills printed at an Honra notice. T rates of postage. In Lebanon county postage free., in Pennsylvania out of Lebanon county is of eat per Quarter or 13 cents a of this state 6% Eta per Quarter or,26 a to a Yea if the postage is not paid in Advance rates Are doubled. Truth and says that any less Calculi l ion will entail most serious disaster. The rebels Are making a determined push on Maryland and their plan thus far have met Wilh even More Success than they anticipated. A a. Worn a Pisan amusing mis Oriette developed a amp fore the Paris police. In the presence of a wine merchant and his wife two distinguished members of the Cavaille Sariol and turban by name entered into articles of co partnership for the Purchase of a Small Keg of Brandy with the that it was to be peddled out by the Glass at the fair of st. Denis the annual fete of a Village in the environs of the capital the terms of the association being that the profits of the venture should be equally divided Between the itinerant everything was drawn up in due form and among the various articles agreement was one fixing the Price of a a smaller at four sous. On the evening of the very first Day that the partners commenced operations both Sariol and turban were picked up by the police in a most won fill plight their garments in rags their eyes in deep morning and their scalps partially denuded of the capillary embellishment. Their financial situation May be summed up if two words an or fifty Keg and a Copper Coin of the value of two Sofis. Appearing on the following morning before the police tribunal charged with assault and Battery and resistance to the Public authorities the following thoroughly frenchy fact were elicited the Tivo speculators had duly started for the fair grounds at st. Denis taking with Theofi the Keg of Brandy. Upon arriving at Tho suburb of la Chapelle Sariol said to amp turban a turban my boy i think Lull take a Stiffener a to which Tarraff replied a Well i think that a Cool anyhow you know f so pose that that a Ere Brandy Isnit yours alone it belongs to us both a a that a so in re turned Sariol a and in a Tell you How Well manage it the Price of a smaller is four sous so ill just give Yore two sous and that la make us Square a All right a said turban mollified a that a fair so Sariol gave i is partner a two sous piece and took his �?~stiffener.�?T. The pair had go lie Bill a Short diff thence further when turban suddenly remarked a i think ill take Arew Iyer now a of course you mean to me two sous a said Sariol. A to be sure i do a answered the whereupon he drank a Glass of Brandy and handed Back the after plodding on another mile Sari of broke in with a by Jingo i go in of goods at half Price As a smaller costs me two sous instead of four ill take another a to which turban agreed at Onee and again received the two sous piece. Five minutes afterwards he told Sariol that his logic was quite corrects two sons for a Glass of grog was an unprecedentedly Low Price took a drink and Onee More returned the Copper Coin. And so it went on at fire Quot quent intervals until the pair at length reached st. Denis congratulating themselves upon their Happy discovery of Brandy of half Price. It is superfluous to remark that when they arrived they Weff a not particularly attentive to business and were struck with the single idea that the More they drank the More Money they made. Governed by this notion they rapidly circulated the two sous piece until the Keg was at Jast found to be empty a whereupon turban suddenly exclaimed a hallo How a this we bought six francs Worth of Brandy its All out and there a Only two soils in the till a a what d be mean by Only two sous a that Sall there is my a then by Thunder you be robbed the Cash Box a this was the signal for a bout of fisticuffs followed by the interference of the police when the two partners turned their United forces against the officers were overcome by Superior numbers captured lodged Inthy nearest station How so examined the next morning and sent to Durance vile for eight Days. No moral is Cor. Psf. Y. Express. Infantry 243,000 men cavalry int Luiting gen. Stuarts command of 4,200 men 20,000 men total 263,000 men of artillery the Force is not especially mentioned but 150 pieces were sent Wilh a a Stonewall Jackson alone and the entire Parks Are not less in total than 400. The cavalry is accompanied by 18 and 24-Pounders, and the most of entire amount of artillery consists of Field pieces very Many of them rifled and of the most modern pattern. Gen. Ewells corps alone amounts to 28,000 men apart from Jackson a but it is thrown in As a part of Jackson a Force although gives it its fall value. He states that 57 Fine pieces of ordnance were left behind by gen. Mcclellan on the Chickahominy and All of these have been made available. The array then immediately in front of and on the flanks of gen. Pope extending from the line of Gordonsville toward Leesburg is fully 200,000 men. Col. Adier elicit sed expressions of much Surprise when he made the same statement to the highest military authorities at Washington but is insists non its Walters Mill Rii Jie subscriber respectfully informs the Public that x be bus entirely rebuilt the Mill on the Little 3wa-Tarn, formerly known As a a Straw so and later As a Owen go rte so about ont fourth of a mile from Jonestown l a Antuon county a. That he Baa it now in Complete Roii Ruif order and is prepared to furnish customer regularly with a very Superior article of As cheap As it can be obtained from any other keens also on baud and for Sale at the lowest Cash prices chop bit an shouts a. Neis also pro pared to do Al kind of Omersu work for Farmers Ted others at the very shortest possible notice and in Vieb ail to give him a trial. The machinery of the Mill is entirely new and of the latest and most improved kind. By strict attention to business and fail dealing he Hopes to Merit a share of Public patronage wheat Rye Corn Oats &c., bought for which the highest Lebanon Market Price Urilt be paid. Franklin Walter May 7,1s62. Wood Coal pods mails a f Piibe undersigned have purr based the Coal and Wood Yard of Dali ii Light. Merchant a Walnut Street North Lebanon Borough near the Union canal where they will constantly keep on hand a Large Mii Gojii of All kinds of Coal which they jfaaagg8. Who sell wholesale and retail. By the Boatload or by the ton. Also Cord Wood Hickory Oak amp a. Also Chestnut Patti and bails which will be sold in Larga or Small quantities at the most reasonable prices. Coal or Wood will be punctually delivered by the under signed. To any place in Torfli or Vicinity. The Public Are invited to Cali and and punctual attendance will be Given. Grain Grain 1 Grain 111 wanted. And Quantity of Grain wheat Bye Oats Corn Cio ver and Timothy seed will to purchased by the undersigned at the highest Market prices for Cash or m for Coal Wood 4c s eeb a May to it Cut Justlin o. 1u5ilt. April 24, 1862.estate of Elk Zal fell Iless Icv deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters of admin of a Tion. Tie Bonus non on the estate of Esuf Abete ick Silky. Dec a. We of the Borough and a Monty of let anon pm. granted to the undersign1# of the. Same plan be. All pers amp its indebted ttys and estate ire re quitted1 to make immediate payment and those having claims of demands us amp in let the same will preset it Tneia duly authenticated for settlement to Georoe Meily administrator Velum no a str Lebanon september 3 1864

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