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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 5, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaA of Ullin i ii Imu ii i i if Rita it fit st ctr it of Wass Oskco Jiahao cd ase to , a to wit. By Sliff editor Aind proprietor. Lebanon a a to Ebne a do a August 5, js63. The preservation of tie Constitution. The restoration of the Union. And the supremacy of Tho Laws. Democratic state , a a Geo. W. Woodward of Luzija of. For judge of the supreme court Walter h Lowrie. It amp of Allegheny we election on tuesday october 13th, 1803 judge Pearson s charge. A a do not misunderstand Hio on this subject. Men have the Moat unlimited right. To condemn and if you Pense rail at Tho Jya tibial administration anti object to the manner in which it conducts Public Albura but not to decry the government under which we live or express Hopes or wis sea tor a dissolution Litho Union the destruction or fee Featon our armies Tho Success of the rebels or of the i�mi0,0, Tlle a ministration no May entirely condemn the government he is hound to support parties will always exist in every free country and whether men will sustain or oppose a particular administration is one in which there Aheu lil Ever to the most perfect Freedom of opinion but no Man or set of men has any right natural or political to overturn the government itself. He is bound to support and sustain it. Let who will administer its Otra Ira until the ruler can he changed under the pro a Timons of Trio Constitution. There certainly can he no Uili Cutty with persons of or Luary intelligence drawing tile distinction Between sustaining the government itself and sustaining or opposing those who temporarily administer its affairs. The a a an latter is a question of party the form it of patriotism to still claim Tho indulgence of out readers for any deficient yes or 1 in i 0f interest they May discover in the Apte Eiser. When to rebel raid took place in Pennsylvania it deprived us of a part of our working Force and we have been Short of help Over since. To have found it necessary to be Typo setter Foreman compositor and editor for the past month and any Ono atall the details Ofa printing office Atli cheerful y make All allowances for shortcomings. We Hope to get arranged soon ,.the nov my to Isje a will again take its Aland As one of the live papers of the Day. _ no a of a Battery of Light artillery with about six Hundred men reached Pottsville last week to a Cert Rojee the draft in Schuylkill county. The people of Schuylkill Are making no resistance and Nevor contemplated making any hence it is an insult and an outrage to display a military Power there and will if it has any effect Lead to the very things ostensibly guarded against. Let them Send their soldiers to Bradford county where the a re Al has been interfered with. Of the latest accounts from Charleston Are dreary in the extreme. On the 18th ult., our ironclads and batteries on Morris Island bombarded Foit Wagner vigorously for Many hours Dur no the following night two column of our troops each about 3 000 Strong made an assault on the Jatoi t Tley were repulsed. We lost 800 k lied and it is supposed that our entire loss in killed wounded and prisoners is about 2,000. The rebel to is is Only about l00. The abolition convention t0-wv, the abolition state convention meets we believe to Day at Pittsburg. The expectation is quite prevalent that there will be a Nice family Row among the delegates got up to order to weaken the fore of to Del at in store for them t ext october us by a portion of the delegates s web and placing a third candidate in the Field they will be enabled to excise their defeat by saying Ithna they were divided. It is openly threatened by Cameron Mcclure and company that if Curtin is re nominated that they will secede. As Curtin has probably a majority of the delegates Bis renomination is certain if he Bisbee it and it now Only remains to be seen what stamina be has for the fight threatened by Cameron. Curtin is not Ultra abolition enough for Cameron and his Crew they charge him with not being the warmest kind of a supporter of the six feet a government a although to our mind it is hard to know where to find a More cringing and yielding suppliant at the feet of Power than this same Curtin. Cameron Forney and co. Want an apostate Democrat to be the candidate and for this purpose have already applied to judges Strong and Thompson of the state supreme court and to judge Grier of the u. Supreme court but we Are told that All three have peremptorily scouted the Dis Honor. Daniel Daugherty once a Democrat but seduced from his Faith by Forney is also spoken of and May be taken in the a emergency a and As the very last resort there is Forney himself and done to laugh oven vision Cambron makes some pretensions to democracy and if the domination is a a forced a on Liim would no doubt be a proud of the in a Day or two we shall know without speculation who the unlucky individual is to be Defeated by Woodward Lowrie and the harmonious undivided and a terrified democracy. Are pleased to notice in the Philadelphia papers the appointment of Franklin b. Gowen esq., of posts Ville As solicitor for the Girard estate in Schuylkill county. A Strong Effort was made in the select Council of Philadelphia to prevent his confirmation because be is a. Democrat but it failed. The last legislature passed an erecting a new county to beheaded l aka Wadnal out of part of suyeme the question however was to be submitted to a vote of the people which was had last week and the new county Defeated by a. Large majority. A the state and congressional elections took place in Kentucky on monday. On saturday gen. Burnside,.the satrap of that department declared Kentucky under martial Law this was done for the purpose of interfering with the election by a Over awing the judges with the military intimidating the voters keeping them from the polls and forcing the election of Tho creatures of the administration. Of Liberty what crimes Are committed in thy name. Scr the Pottsville miners journal Bays a a a a a a a the gov Ommen t will enforce he draft even 5mt becomes necessary to Rake the Coal Region of Schuylkill county 8 Bowling wilderness. A whom Tho gods would destroy they first make it seems to us that the leaders and teachers of the abolition party Are As a crazy As bed in Ono breath they Tell is that no peace can be Rumado with uie South except arc All freed and in the next they Teil us that to accomplish this object the people must be forced into it even if our land is made a a howling the Black Man must be free or the White Man must be a beggar and a slave. The Equality they preach about is either to make the negro the equal of the White Man or reduce the White Man to to Equality of the negro. More Over what has transpired in Schuyl kill count that it should thus be threatened with being made a a howling such threats will bring about the very things they profess to deprecate and is what Many of them Are really striving to accomplish. _. It is said that for the present there will to no enforcement of the draft in any of the states North and West of Tho Ohio River. Colonel Fry in announcing the resumption of the draft mentioned the Middle and Eastern states As those in which the. Conscription was to be immediately enforced. Why is this ? of the night of he Isth instant pome person Arper Fons unknown by Means of a ladder entered the Hack window of the Provost marshal s office of Bradford county in the town of tray and stole therefrom All the books papers vouchers Blanks <fec., up pertaining and belonging to the draft in that congressional list riot. Bradford county Gate. About 6,Coo majority for old Abe bid of course such operations like the above Are Only Good jokes. Not a word is said about sending a regiment or two of soldiers to Bradford to a enforce the but the democratic counties of Schuylkill North amp. Ton Luzerne <fcc., where not a single aet to interfere has yet transpired Are daily threatened with having regiments of soldiers quartered upon them. What a strange thing this a a loyalty has got to below mild too the paragraph is l the a an gels Are not even censured for the outrage. Great is abolitionism. Fair Northumberland county promises to give Wood Ward and Lovrie 1500 majority this fail Good for old Northumberland she gave 1017 last fall. A. For the advertiser. The Douglas and Breckenridge democracy. Or. Editor a Why is it that the abolition Republican party Are so confident of the cooperation of Doug Las democrats in carrying out their abolition schemes they surely cannot understand to constitutional principles enunciated by that great statesman Stephen a. Douglas or they would particularly at this time be More bitter in their denunciations of Douglas men than they Are of the Brocke Ridgers. I have frequently been surprised at the Assurance of prominent republicans asking me to unite with them in defeating the democratic party assigning As their Rea soil that was a Douglas Democrat. They might with the same propriety ask the Brecker Ridgers to repudiate their time honoured principles As to ask a Douglas Man to repudiate his for 1 consider them one. Do these men think that because that political renegade John w. Fortey who professed to be a Douglas Democrat is now hand and Glove with the John Brown abolition party that because he together with a Lew lesser lights have for the Eaks of a Little government patronage deserted the party that gave them character that we too shall sacrifice our principles ? % has John Cessna William h. Miller Lewis c. Cassidy or hundreds of other prominent Douglas democrats who have always contended for the constitutional principles so ably discussed by that great statesman Stephen a. Douglas left their party a have they for the Sake of a few loaves and fishes followed in the footsteps of the illustrious John w. ? no unlike him they Are now battling for its Honor and nobly defending its principles notwithstanding the unfortunate mishap in the Charleston. Convention. % \ i would ask these Republican gentlemen to go Back to the Missouri comp miso which the great Doug Las proved conclusively to be an in fit fsr fut ional measure and therefore bad it repealed in Congress by a Clear majority of thirteen. Do Yon recollect How your party burned trim in effigy throughout the North ? to you recollect the vile epithets the slanderous abuse you heaped upon him for to repeal of that unconstitutional Why was this ? Constitution or no Constitution you deemed it favourable to the Extension of slavery in Tho ter stories North of the Missouri Compromise line and you had a a higher Law which rendered that a compact with hello odious in your sight. You were however deceived for by holding to that Noble instrument Sambo was in the end kept out of the territories. How you modified your vile epithets Bow gentle you became in your judgment of the great statesman. The Missouri Compromise was an unconstitutional therefore Douglas had it repealed and would to god he was now Here to Thunder Forth at the emancipation proclamation suspension of Hareas Corpus writs and numerous other unconstitutional measures for which your party is so eminently distinguished in direct violation of that instrument. Or. Douglas was before the Cincinnati convention in 1856 As a candidate for the nomination of president and his numerous friends used Evcic exertion to have him nominated but finding that or Buchanan was stronger in that honorable body than him Seli he telegraphed to his leading sup porters to have his name withdrawn which accordingly was done whereupon or. Buchanan received the nomination. Did or. Douglas leave his party because he was Defeated in that convention no notwithstanding the bitter personal feeling then existing Between or. Buchanan and himself he stumped the country for him sustaining the nomination with ail. His might thus battling for the principles for which he contended through his whole life. I and again at the Charleston convention finding that he was the strongest Man in that body Liis friends refused to withdraw his name thinking him entitled to the nomination but the two thirds Rule which was adopted by All the previous National democratic conventions and which was held then As Bein necessary to proclaim him the nominee of the whole party was strictly adhered to by his opponents for they Well knew that so Long As they held out Douglas could not receive the nomination As was customary. The stronger not feel disposed to give Way to the weaker and the a weaker thought for the Sake of Unity that both should withdraw. Now i should like to know what political principle was sacrificed by either Wing. I can see none. It was a family quarrel in which no outside party could interfere. The quarrel has Long since been settled. Both wings were democrats before they were Douglas or Breckenridge men both parties in Pennsylvania nominated Woodward for governor and both wings will elect him both wings will nominate a constitutional Democrat in National convention in 1864, and both wings wiil elect rim notwithstanding the Breckenridge renegade Benjamin f. Butler or the wily Bough she a a la a w. Forney. A a Why then come to a the Douglas men of the democratic party and ask them to sustain a set of men with principles at the greatest variance with their own ? i would say to these gentlemen that i cannot see what they have to expect from a Douglas Man but the most bitter opposition. There is but one kind of Democrat the party is now More firmly United than Ever and when United Success has always attended her. Such men As Forney of the Douglas Wing and Butler of the Breckenridge have Hogg since Boon repudiated by Tho great National democratic july 29th, 1863. T. Letter from ampt my Hley Bers. Reading july 27th, 1863. Quot or. Editor a being Well provided with the necessaries of indulging in literary pursuits i take advantage of the Opportunity to give an account of our adventures. To keep up with a prediction made in my last that i would not write the next Jotter from Camp Muhlenberg 1 found it necessary to change my a base of operations a and consequently write from the City so renowned in the history of old Berks. A there Are but two regiments encamped Here now the 53d and 48th. A col. Pm biehls the commandant of Camp and Lieut. Col. Fritz is our acting colonel. Both officers discharge their duties with entire satisfaction. The -48th�?Thas been on Provost duty in the City the past week arresting deserters and stragglers without passes. Among others quite a number boys in the 53d were arrested which had the effect of making indignant. On saturday night it appears a few of their number who Are not in the habit of drinking water prowled about Camp and our guards becoming suspicious of their movements gave the alarm that the Irish Are coming. This occurred at the Midnight hour but with bayonets fixed our boys in n moment for the the whole affair appeared to me As a slight initiation of a raw our regimen t is becoming quite proficient in drilling. Quite a number of the men have been in service for two years and understanding the ropes they Are a valuable auxiliary to the 48lh. A majority of the men Are respectable Anil intelligent and seem to enjoy Camp life a life new to them a but by. The sacrifices made they will enjoy the comforts of Home All the More by rallying round the Noble Banner of Liberty until this Comei War is Over. We have been favored the past few Days wife Clear skies and Bright Sunshine an agreeable change from the Many drenching Rains we had during part of this month. Our Ity Irig or rather our rations Are Good though occasionally some grumbling is heard our Lebanon county companies 1-Kpow, fare exceedingly Well. Every Day brings boxes or packages full of eatables in to Camp from Bro Berb Sisters or Sweet hearts and then comes the a feast of reason and flow of soul a among comrades. A regimental band has been organized by several members of different companies. Two Young men from Lebanon Are connected with it. The band As Yel is in its infancy but by patience and perseverance it will be Able to discourse excellent music. The manner in which several pieces Vyeron executed a few. Evenings Brice on dress Parade certainly reflects credit upon the members. On sunday after no on our regiment had divine service in the Shady Retreat of a Beautiful Grove near or lamp which i am pleased to say was Well attended. The Sermon was delivered by Rev. Or. Stamm now Captain of one of the companies. The different companies from lebji51 and a county held an indignation meeting a few evenings since in regard to the weekly Bounty promised to each Man by the county meeting previous to leaving Home. From letters received Here by men who left their families unprovided this delay or refusal does not reflect much credit upon those having it in there Are soldiers Here from other counties who i addition to the weekly Bount received 810 in comment is unnecessary. The latest from ibis morn ing is All quiet Alon i. Tufi Schuylkill. Incidents of the draft on the night of the 18th ult., Soma person or persons unknown by Means of a ladder entered the Back window of the office of the Provost marshal of Bradford county pa4, and stole therefrom All the books papers vouchers Blanks &e., appertaining and belonging to the draft in that congressional District. It is apprehended that this performance will cause a suspension of the draft in the District for some weeks As a vast amount of labor must be performed before the papers can again be made ready for drafting. Most of the enrolling offi Cera failed to preserve a copy of the enrolment. Bradford county gave 5,000 majority for Lincoln at the last presidential election. A. One of the editors of the Portland press or. Richardson get conscripted but immediately got an appointment to a clerkship at a Washington. We believe he accepts thl latter. Singular. From the new Bedford Merory of monday. Eight the ten Susti utes who had been accented clothed with regular army s i Quot a d q Art a red for sate keeping in Pierian Hall see Laddick some time a Eiveen two and four of clock testud mom by Lovering themselves froma front Windo a to the Side wipe on i our i Street. The deserters Cut their blankets into strips Knotting them Touet Urr. Arid then probably Drew up the Ronje with which some accomplice Misite furnished them and by we ice to to effected to in escape. ,. J a. Gibson one of the two remaining and who nol enlist to desert states to at t out ave r lock be evoke Itti d found the watchmen who were in a top Gaud m to e Hall walking near Tho platform on so him tie men were lying. Oho of the latter requested to e Iva trunian to sit Down and keep quilt As he wanted to go to sleep. He gig on then fell asleep. On waking again at three of clock he found the Eglit men gone the window open and the rope hang ing As they left it. Hie. Immediately sung out to the watchmen who were in their chairs at the other extremity of the Hail a say Sny Jyz on men have the desert Era left their uniform blankets &c., being Welt supplied with Money j Are probably faraway by this time not disposed to draft is but the merest farce i some of the new England districts. For example in the fourth Osto District the whole number j examined last week was 1,135, of whom 937 were exempted seventy paid three Hundred dollars which makes j,007 that got Clear 108 offered a substitutes and ten were passed As fit for thus less than one in a Hundred of the original conscripts go into the army and this too in a Section of country that Only required the recognition of the negro to a cause every Road leading to the National capital to swarm with at this rate it will require ninety millions of conscripts to obtain the a nine Hundred thousand men so enthusiastically promised father Abraham by the radicals. 1 of the 54 men i pm Nantucket and Tho Vineyard who Liao presented themselves to the Board of enrolment in new Bedford 51 have received exemption papers two have paid �300,-and one has passed. Out of 53-Gohnthptr-51 exempts they have no stomach for he fight up there in new England but they Are opposed to Pence a Connecticut Pap i Issei is that in that state not More than one tenth of the quota will be forthcoming. In Boston one thousand a a Loyal men abolitionists no doubt absconded in a single Day and thousands have left new England in the same Way. numerous Are the exempts in Boston that the government has recently sent one or More inspectors to that City to ascertain if possible the Causo of the exe Eusivo disability prevailing there. Yankee tricks 8�&Quot in the 8th Avenue of new York City a citizen named Robert Bell was drawn three times from the same boy. He must have been one of the a a spotted Indi Vidutis talked of so much by the abolitionists last year. He could not have been a must have gained a great Deal of experience since i first came among you a a indeed sir a replied Thomas a old , now a Days Are just like old tailors. I am sure i sew As Well As Ever and cloth is the same but its the Cut sir the new Cut that beats the Allentown Democrat says a fellow from Way Down East calling himself prof. Gardner a soap peddle by profession and an insolent abolition Street Harangue by occupation held Forth in that town on saturday last and took occasion to let off a Good Deal of pot House Slang about a a copperheads a meaning of course All democrats. We think it would be Safe to bet that this fellow boiling Over As he does is one of those who done to go wont go and can to be made to go to War. He must travel around the county and keep the a Union Leek in trim and at the same time Supply the members thereof with soap to Wash a the Nigger off the brain politically he is As crazy As a bed bugs otherwise we Are inclined to think he is More a a yank than fool and a very foul lounged one at that. The citizens of Pennsylvania can very pro Erly Tal care of themselves without the teachings of soapy emigrants from a land we Ere negroes have More privileges than White men where politics instead of religion is preached from the pulpit and where deluded women were once burned at the stake. Few Aad cheap store to pfc undersigned would respectfully inform the Cit-1 Zens of Lebanon and Al Cimity that he has entered into Tho Boot and shoe business in Walnut Street Jit doors South of the Buck hotel Lebanon / a. A where Hoko eps on hand a Largo and Well assorted Stock of All kinds of boots and shows. He will make to order All kinds of boots and shoes and at very Short notice. He Al so keeps on hand a Large and Well assorted Stock of leather such of Rei Ano Oak sole leather ca1.f and Kiis skins moroc co and fancy leather kid linings Roans. Bindings ac., and All kinds of Shoemakers tools and findings race As Boot Trees lasts Boot cords and webbs a we Blades. Knives Tun cues. Hammers pincers rasps constantly on band an assortment of la tinge. Threads. Shoe nails Peg Breaks Sand Stone pegs bristles kit and shoe tools of Devoty description. Having been engaged in the business More than Twenty years he feels satisfied that he can give satisfaction to All wh6 will favor him with a Call. Shoemakers for m the country will do Well by calling of him before purchasing elsewhere. Samuel Aock. Lebanon Day �1.1sg2. Samuel Reinoehl. Adolphus Reinoehl. Cuas. H. Masily a Friet Tilv Nyit Alioti cfc7 in president Lincoln a letter to the Albany democratic meeting concerning the Vallan Digicam Trest to said ,. A in lire latter Case arrests Are made not so ranch for what has Beott done As for what a Bably would he done. The latter is More for be preventive and Losa adv the vindictive thah the former. V Lincoln reminds us says the Cin Einnatz inquirer of Hans who had been thrashing his Urchin son for wearing at his Mother. Said a the philosophic Parent a vat a dal you thinking so wicked about in de Corner dare Quot i Ain t tink noting. A you lie you Faga Bone you you Tirikos cot dam and now i yips you fou Bead ii a rate Road summer arrangement. Great trunk line from the North and Ortli West for a Aba York. Reading Pottsville Lebanon Allentown Easton ac., a trains leave Harris Bare for Philadelphia. New York. Reading. Pottsville. And All intermediate stations at 8 a. M., and 2�oq i. Passing Lebanon 9.13 a. A. And 3 08 . To All desirous of purchasing lumber amp Coal to the Best advantage at the old established and Well known lumber Yard of Reinoehl amp Meily at the Union canal on the East and West sides o Market Street Norih Lebanon Borough. Juie subscribers hike pleasure in informing the. Citi-1 sensor surrounding counties they still continue the lumber and Coal business. At their if and Well to Nail a l Lorus where tidy Aro daily receiving additional supplies of the Best and Well seasoned lumber consisting of White and yellow Bine boards plane and scantling. Quot Hemlock boards Plank and scantling. Rails. Posts palings and Fence no boards. Ash from 1 to 4 Inch ii entry from % to 3 Inch Poplar froth % to 2 Inch. L Poplar and Hardwood scantling. A Oak and Maple boards and tanks. Roofing and plastering laths. Shingles i shingles siting lbs also Pine and Hemlock Sun Gibbs Coli Coal Coal i a Large Stock of the Best Quality of stove broken. Egg Anil Lime burners Coal and also the Host Allegheny Coal for blacksmiths. Cain thankful for the Liberal manner in whirls they have heretofore been patronized they would extend a Cor divil invitation tor a continuance of favors Are Ciofi Dent that they now have tie largest Best arid cheapest Stock of Tjit flush on band in the county which will be sold at a reasonable percentage. 4� please Call Aud examine Una Stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. A a a a amp Meily. North Lebanon Borough. May 7, 1862 Farmers and others notice. New express leaves Narris Horg at 2.1s a. posses Lebanon at 3.16 a. M., arriving at new York at 9.16 the some morning. A fares from Ijar Risburg to new-york5 la to Penl urn Nisi $3 35 and $2 80. Baggage checked through. Returning leave new York nt6a.m., 12 7 Pittsburg express. Leave Philadelphia at 8-15 a. M., und 3.8 j p. M., passing Leoa Aon at 12.1? noon 7.57 p. And express at a. I sleeping cart in the new York express trains through to and from Pittsburgh without change. Passenger by jthaoataw�8sa a tin Lori id leaven Mana pfc 8.5�o a. 81., and 2 15 p. For Philadelphia new Piork and All Way obits. Trains least pot Csiti at 0.15 a. a and 2.80 p for Philadelphia Harrisburg and new York. A passenger train leaves Reading at 6.�o0 a. >1and returns from Philadelphia at 5 60 p. A. A 4� ail the above trains run daily sum avs excepted. A sunday train Waves Puit Mue at 7.30 a. M., and Philadelphia at 8-16 a 51. Commutation tickets with 26 coupons at 26 per cent Between any Points desired. Mileage tickets Good fm-2000 Miles Between All pointy at $ 16 a for families and a Siuess a of iritis. Season and shoot tickets at reduced rates to and from All Points. 80 pounds baggage allowed each passenger Puta engers ate requests to Purchase their tickets. Before entering the ears As higher st res Are charged a if paid he ears. Akl 29,1s03�?~. G. A. . General superintendent a a the new old Clergyman who had an old tailor As his Beadle for Many years returning rom a walk in which the Quot Minster s Man was in the constant habit o f attend ing him thus addressed Bis fellow traveler a a Thomas i cannot Tell How it is that our congregation should be getting thinner and thinner for i am sure i preach As Well As Ever i and the Secretary of the Treasury has authorized my to continue my. Agency for a Brief period until further notice i shall continue to receive subscriptions to the. Loan at Par at my office am it at the different sue agencies throughout the Loyal states Jay Cooke subscription agent. Ill South third Street july 15,1863. . Quot let Bifid bus Quot Quot of the. Clips Post and bust goods Ever sold in Boot Slioch Flats cap.�, amp a t0rtm n?sif<1s i word one of 1,10 Best As Fri amp in it a j ,boots. Shows. Trunks vhf tra Elino Daos. A a Fiill kind. F f of the Best Mno Erial which he will a a a a a sell at prices to recommend them to Purcha Aars. Of Tho ii ats lie he a quite n variety of new Stylos Umbra ift the Washington Stanton birr no Ide Dupont Mcclellan Stringham and Monitor Ilat. Very Beautiful Ami very cheap. Of Caps he has it Complete assortment of Alt Tho now styles got up fun Superior Manur. With Fine finish women a misses and children a in lems als. Gaiters Congress boots slippers and allot her kinds menus and boys Balmoral. Oxford ties Washington ties Congress boots and All other kinds worn by them including boots and silo amps of Tho different varieties it his cheap store 1 n Walnut st., next to the county prison. 4��?o�?o thankful for Tho Liberal encouragement of the Public heretofore i would invite Al Meishing a thing in my line to Call and examine my Stock before making their purchases. Jos. Bowman. A , april 23,1s62. I. taken Ami work made at a Hornc notice. Stoves. Stoves. Now is the Timo to buy your Sturks before cold Winter is Here and the Best and cheapest place is at the Lebanon stove tin and Sheet Iron Han fac tory of James n. Rogerg two doors South from the Lebanon Bank where can to bad Tho largest and Best assortment of pallor Hall and cooking stocks Ever offered in Lebanon Gaa but nerf for Parlours or bed Chamburs of Hie own make., with a general assortment of parlor stoves and Largo variety of the beet cooking stoves m the county or Borough which he warrants to bake or roast Wash boilers Cou tartly on hand of All sizes and the Best material., Coal Buck its Jeche the heaviest Iron find the Best made in Lebanon. Also a Large Stock often Ware made of the Best material and in a Workmanlike manner As he is a practical Workman and has Hud an experience of Twenty five years to Feela confident that he can give general takes this method of returning ble thanks to Bis numerous customers for their Liberal support and he Hopes by strictly attending to Hie own business and letting other Peoples alone to still receive a share of Public Patron Flo. James n. Rovers # is Quot Quot particular attention paid to All kinds of Joh big of such As roofing so stung &c., and All work warranted tub undersigned having puck Nypert knee narc establishment of a. Major a be brother will manufacture and be Spain Bond a Verv general As sort met of machinery and farming implements embracing improved four horse Powers and threshers hallway horse Powers and threshers morgans Independent steel wire tooth Lorse Rake Patent fodder. Straw and Hay Cutter cast Iron Field boilers. Grain fans. Hay elevators. Clover hallers Corn Sheller by Baniul or Power Corn ploughs and planters cultivators &c., with a variety of the Best ploughs in use amp a. # All of the above Mac hues Are of the latest and Best improvement and Are All warranted to give satisfaction. Castings of a 7,%ndx Mads to order. And it Short notice. He also steam engines. Mill , Sandme work in general awl pays particular attention to repairing engines and machinery of All kinds. Who invites a to Call and examine the work at tie met a tuft shop on pm Nero or Street Lebanon. Oik All orders or communications by he pretty attended to. D. Karmany. Lebanon Lebanon co., a. Lebanon August 8,1860. have appointed a. Major a brother Iny agents for Chepur Postof carrying the above Tess. A. 51. Kaltman. Lebanon. Augusts i860. Quot Quot new Bobe Stu just Rock ived at tub store of l. K. in Cumberland Street Lebanon a. Scullin of Selling off. An inducement to Cash buyers. Will save Ofifi cent. Tijam est dress Cio ods. French Merino and Coberg. Fancy and Black Silks from 50 cents to $1 50. Delams from 10 to 20 cents. 1-awns from 8 to 1� cents mohair a a lain from in to 37k cents. Valencias from 8 to 16 cents. A menus and boy s Wear. Black cloth from 01.00 to $4 50. Fancy and Black Casa Meres. From 50 to 1 60. Ladies cloak of Iota from $1 00 to $1 50. 10 to 20cents. Domestics. Malin from a a a to cents Check from 10 to 12 rents. It ticking from to to 16 cents. Cali Coes from Fhy to v2�� cents. Gingham from 10 to 2u cents. Shawls shawls Spring shawls from $1 00 to $4 00. Black Tibet shawls from $2 00 to 04 00. Notions notions i parasols and umbrellas from 60 to $2�?~ 00. Stud Kings from 6to 75 cent. Hoop skins from 25 to 01 60. Handkerchiefs from 60t to is cents Linen and paper collars. A an ready made clothing carpets carpets groceries and Quee Swalle polio Isiom a sugar cured Ham and Mackerel. Fruits fruits dried apples dried pins %. Al sold to suit the a met hrs �?T3�?T a a Bales nit an a i k. . Cim nge fm/uv"�?�8 a or Quot taken in Etc Phanou april 23 1 sp.2. Prospectus of. A a the a National Desio Cradoc newspaper. V to be published daily and. Weekly in the City of. Philadelphia. By a. J. Glossbren5eh amp co. A. . . W. or 4t.�� Tate be Agua Ciles ants he a Raes Moths in furs. Woollens. A. Insect a plants fowls. Animals a put up in 25c, a of. A my 00 boxes flasks $3 and $5 sizes for hotels pm a not Dun Gerona to the human Lints come tut of their holes to a ii a All Largo cities everywhere to a a a Iau Vort bless imitations .1r-n�a�sr/yrc&Quot r get 4k2 / a Star. To ? a tvs Leitle nod be we Tail agent Lebu Uon a. Marh 4,18ts �?6m. A a Reat Battle wisnx/tloote6 in tire Inch but must have clothing Public attention As follows it t. Because we keep a Large Well awol cd Stock of my on hand when examined Mia Pele a Quot Boc Anso on Good Are made no. In our own ashment m the City and in a manner the i 1�?T&Quot Tho country and gives All co Tomera. Because by the facilities to have i goods we Are enabled to sell on lot his a a a 8 pi6�?o str the a a Auy Hody Al so this Nita Hal up a cent we have just received a Turotte. Jib boyhood. ?. ambit clothing and a of and on Stomers respectfully to Call at our friends and a w keizenstj5in Bros. To Hanon. Apr fit. 1862. 0lipobua he ton it House. A tiie age will advocate the principles and Posiey of the democratic Perty. And will therefore recess Ariler favor the of the adj of As it was and defend. The consult a ion of the United states and that of this Commonwealth. It will freely an fairly fisc Peen legitimate subjects of newspaper comment 7ucludhi� of coarse and pre eminently at this time All a Eselona connected wifi the exist ing unhappy condition country. It will fearlessly criticise a be Public of Public p and defend the Legal and Constin Tiona right of Impi Vidart citizens and Sovereign states against assaults from any Quarter. A it will seek to awaken the minds of the people to a proper sense of the actual condition of the Republic to present to them truthfully the fear Tel perils in which we stand Lis a nation a to exhibit the magnitude of Tbs task that is before them if they would Check our downward Progress and to inspire them with patriotic determination to apply the eem Edt. For Ounim tonal ills. In Brief it will in Al things Nam to he the Falt Huhl exponent of democratic principles and to renders a Elf worthy to be an Organ of the democratic party under whose an Spiros on country prospered so Long and so a. Well. A the restoration of that party a the party of the and the a Xioxg to Power in the Legisla live and sex ecu tire govern mental branches of the states and of the ion. A go behave to be necessary to Avert anarchy and Tho utter ruin of the Republic. To Contri Bate to that restoration will be our highest aim. The news. Literary commercial and other depart rents will receive due attention and will he so an ducted us to Moke a Tae age worthy of the support of the general Reader. To 4� the Many difficulties now surrounding an Enterprise of the of that in which the under signed Ere engage require them to Appeal to the pub it lie for afre Nerous support and to ask for the a a the age a a Liberal patronage mud extended circulation. The present state of Tyllo preparatory arrangements warrants the expectation. That the first number of the daily will appear before Tho close of the present month february 1s63.j the weekly will to issued soon thereafter. Terms daily per a Hilum six months three Mouths weekly $6.00 per annul $2.00 3.001# six months.2.00 1.50j three months a 50 t ten copies to one copies delivered it the j address. 17.50 counter and to agents Twenty a s2jjo and carriers 2 Cento each thirty 45.00, payment required inva Riebl in Advance. A a. Address. A j gloss Bendeb amp co. Feb. It �?T63.�?2m. 4j0 Chestnut st Pabila. B Economy is wealth Pureyo Urcis ugh for 13 cents. Quot the Best and cheapest household remedy in the world. Madame a d o por to Jar so cd beat cough pc tied a Madame Zadoc por to re a curative Balsam is a warranted i fused a chord ing to the directions str cure in All cases coughs colds whooping Congh Quot asthma and All affections of the Throat and lung Ala de Zadoc Porter s Balsam is prepared wide All the requisite care at if a skill from a combination1 a of the heat remedies the. Vegetable kingdom of fowls its remedial qualities a based on its Power to resist the healthy and Vigo Rou circulation a the blood through the la rags a it is not a violent remedy but emolument Waim ing searching and effective can be taken by the oldest person or to unrest child Quot made a Zadoc porters Balsam Bas been used by the pow to. For Over 18 year and has acquired its present sole simply by Quot being recommended by those who have used it to it a. Their afflicted friends Aill others. Most Zadoc por. Terms curative Balsam is sold at a once which bring get in the reach of every one to keep it convenient for use. The timely use of a single bottle will prove to be Worth to times its Oost. your Money a a do not be persuaded to Purchase articles at 4s. To $1, which do hot contain the virtue of a dime bottle of Madame porters curative Balsam the Cost of manufacturing which is As great As ony and the very Low Price it which it is sold makes Hie profit Totle a seller apparently Small and unprincipled dealers will sometimes recommend other medicines on which their profits Are larger unless the Cus Thiera insist upon haying Madame porters and none for Madame porters curative Balsam Price 13 it Ltd and a Large bottles at 25 cts., aft take no other. If you pm nor get it at one store you 6�t� at an outlier. Sold by All druggists ind Sabre be Pera at 13cents, and in larger bottles at 2-> a Titis. Hall amp Ruckel proprietors a. New York. Tips Quot Jos. L. Lemberger and or. Geo. Bass. Agents,-leb.mon, a. January 2s, 1863. O George Clark. Dan tier. Effiee at the Eagle hotel Lebanon. Particular attention paid to Ync amp Nite work and fill lug Treth. References c. N. Peirce. D. D. A. Professor of dental physiology and operative dentistry. No. 501n. 7th so Phil a Telphia. E. . D. D. S., professor Tlsty. No. 24. st mph Adelphia. James Truman. B. D. Demonstrator of opera Uve dentistry. w. Corner of Franklin and Green streets Philadelphia. . Bailey . S., demonstrator of mechanical dentistry. No. 22s a 12th st., Lebanon april 1, 1s63. Blanket shawls Cmith clo Tiung of All colors dyed m Black or Blue Block pressed the color warranted and goods turned out equal to new by. Lyon Lember Geil. Most i Kotur. Articles to be dyed can be left at Jos. L. Leather per a drug store where All orders for the above will b attended to. Fareh 11,1863. Pensions. Or. Geo. P. Linea Weaver having been pointed by the commissioner of pension Washington examining surgeon for pensions a pared to attend to All applicants for pension at h see in Market Street next door to the pm suffice Lebanon March 2sth, 1s63. Fit to Elf sleeps and soldiers. Collection of pensions bounties a pay and War claims. A pm a it crass to the Tom a a a topped let a or. Mii All orders attended to. With promptness and Diapaul Lebanon april2s, 1863.�?tf. Geo Pfleger i to the it imbue. The under Sigried having taken the in age and Comzy Dious hotel in Pottsville known on the a Morin Iii r House would respectfully announce to his old friends and it a Mer Parmis that he is prepared to accommodate Al who May favor him with. Their patronage. Tire Moi Thieu i ions 1�,s been newly in a Painter and tron Bont and to Wal tor feels warranted in saying that it is unsurpassed by any hotel in the Borough of Pottsville for Comfort and convenience. Ivo pains will be spared to Render it an agreeable and comfortable to Iii Pluto for strangers and travellers. A this and saw dins attached to the hotel Are sufficiently Large Forth conic Otillion of of the hotel is now open for the a or be a i0n of me Public. Give him a rail. Amp Tapp to a who Pottsville april 8,18a3. J0sepn m. Pkg by 800 c. Ca Rill a by South West Corner eighth and Chesi ,01�1 a51> Piai Kattef men s furnishing g _ the latest style of phnji1?-��?T Scarf a neck Philadelphia july 15. I863.6m. Employ in enl w agents wanted a w1&Quot pay from $25 to 075 per month a notice., it errand Cabi Al that no Bill tor Coffi tik k. It -. A tors Ortho poor Abr by Sis b of five Miles of the c by a a a of a so will he for Nisi de Slih a Jet a Quot a m a ill cation to the Steward is�2 a s �?op"1 saw sep i

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