Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
19 Aug 1863

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19 Aug 1863

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 19, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaBy wounded Byrnie Siles from the mob or. Jay received a serious wound in the head. The Baron de stuben was 8truek by Astone which knocked him Down inflicting a flesh wound upon his forehead and wrought b Suddell change in the compassionate feelings he had previously entertained toward the mob. At the moment of receiving it he was earnestly demonstrating with the governor against ordering the militia to fire on the people but As he was struck the Barons Benevolence deserted him. And As he fell he lustily cried out a fire governor fire Quot it amp a la rat flit gtd disc when democratic principles cease to Lead we Weass _ to we m. Breslin editor and proprietor. Lebanon a wednesday August 19, 1s63. The preservation of the Constitution. The restoration of the Union. And the supremacy of the Daws. Democratic state ticket. For governor Geo. W. Woodward of Luzerne. For judge of the supreme court Walter h. Lowrie of Allegheny. Election on tuesday october 13th, 1883 judge Pearson a charge. A do not misunderstand me on this subject. Men have the most unlimited right. ,. To. A a Quot Devrou and if you please Rai at the Yaz Ioctl administration and object to the manner in a which it conducts Public affaire but not to decry the government under which Woltve. Or express Hopes or wishes for a dissolution of Tho Union the destruction or defeat of our armies the Success of the rebels or of the rebellion. The administration he May entirely condemn the he a bound to support parties will always exist in Exerv free country and whether men will Eti stain or oppose administration is one in which there should Ever be the most perfect Freedom of opinion hut no Man or set of Mea has any right natural or Politi Cal the overturn the government itself. He is bound to support and sustain it let who will administer its Ana irs until the ruler can he changed Mider the pro tis Jons or the Constitution. There certainly can be no difficulty with persons of Ordinary intelligence draw ing the distinction Between sustaining the govern ment itself and sustaining or opposing those who temporarily administer its affairs. The latter is a question of party the former o f patriotism.1. We shall Lay before our readers next week the admirable address of the democratic state Central committee. It is one of the Best documents of the Campaign a a a a 8��?o Hon. George w. Woodward democratic a candidate for governor will be at Lancaster at the great mass convention Tobe held there on the 17th of september the anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution. The democracy of Lebanon will be there too. Over 1000 drafted men have already been exempted in Lancaster county and Over 500 have paid their $300. Lancaster usually gives 5000 abolition majority and surely the highways and by ways will not swarm with soldiers from Lancaster if exemptions continue to go on at this rate. Father Abraham does not yet hear the song of the coming 300,000, notwithstanding the issuing of the emancipation proclamation. A the drafted nine months men from this county have been for several Days at one of the companies was discharged on monday and the others will be mustered out As speedily As convenient. On sunday they had been ten months in the service. Fir court commenced on monday in this Borough. The grand jury did not find anything either a criminal or disloyal in the a secret meetings in a a Union or any other townships and hence made no presentment. The court and jury have been begged of for two years past by the abolitionists to do something to prevent those who differ with them from exercising the rights guaranteed to them by the Constitution of the United states and while the grand jury has scouted their appeals with silence and contempt the Only recognition they have received from j Edge Pearson is his charge to the april court an extract from which we keep standing at the head of our editorial columns. With these poor results for their fanatical labors we Trust they will now permit a Little Good sense to enter their be clouded Heads and hereafter allow others to exercise unmolested rights which they cannot take away from them. The partisan a Haraner of the draft in new York is shown by the correspondence Between Lincoln and gov. Seymour. In Igor nine. Democratic districts with a vote of Only 151 243, they demand 33, 729 conscripts while in Nineteen abolition districts with a vote of 457 259, three times As great they demand Only 39 629 conscripts 1 this inequality brought to Light by the sagacity of a just governor shows the Rasca Lity to which other states under abolition Rule Are subjected. A the abolition party will do anything a old Nick himself cannot surpass it in All that is fraudulent and the lash step by step we Are Drifting into one of the most galling military despotism the world Ever witnessed. We noticed last week that in Pittsburg a White Soldier had been by order of the Provost marshal tied to a whipping Post and publicly whipped on the Bare Back with a cowhide by a Corporal of his regiment. What do our friends know but if drafted they May be served in the same Way what do they know but a father brother husband or son now in the army. A May to Day be undergoing the very same treatment. Worse while Nigger ism is rampant what do they know but a Nigger May be applying the lash. It is Only one step from where it is now to that. In countries less despotic a Heynau ordered the whipping of women and god forbid it but we Are travelling so fast in the path of enlightenment and civilization at present that that too May take place before Long in this country Heynau had the women whipped because they hold their tongues and hence the Cavise is already Here because our women wont hold theirs in spite of the orders of a Butler a Foster or any one else and a similar effect May soon overtake is. That the abolitionists believe in flogging White men and probably women too is apparent in the fact that not a word of denunciation of the Pittsburg outrage is to he found in any of their papers although they have expended Rolumus upon columns of denunciation about of the masters whip on Southern plantations. The world moves. For the democratic club or. Editor a the democracy of Cornwall held a meeting last saturday evening at the Public Bouse of or. Joseph Bowman on the Plank Road for the purpose of organising a club tor the Campaign. The attendance was Large including delegations from South Lebanon township and the Borough collected through the efforts of our Friend or. Arte mus Wilhelm whose untiring Zeal in the cause and Earnest Devotion to the party Are universally the object of the meeting having been stated or. Wilhelm was elected president pro. Tein with or. Jacob wit Mer or. As vice president and Jack son Beck As Secretary. The president then returned his thanks for the Honor conferred and in a few and appropriate remarks opened the meeting. Jacob Weidle jr., esq., next addressed the meeting in an Able and effective manner and was followed by William m. Derr Esq in a Strain of unequalled eloquence. The crowd listened to him with marked attention and applauded him to the Echo his telling hits at the Lincoln administration Curtin shoddy &e.,were Well received. S. T. Mcadam esq., made the closing speech which was delivered in his Best and happiest manner. Or. Alcadan is dealing Sledge Hammer blows at the opposition this fall and we will be much disappointed if Lebanon county does not poll a larger democratic vote in october than it Ever did before. Everything passed off pleasantly. Everybody was pleased and at the close of the meeting rousing cheers were Given for Woodward and Lowrie gen. Mcclellan and also for or. Wilhelm. Preparations Are another meeting of the a Sun terrified a and we expect to see a turnout that will strike terror and dismay into the ranks of the abolition cohorts in this county. Cornwall will do her duty and looks to her sister townships for their undivided support. Cornwall. Ugh a the Only thing that the opposition have thus far been Able to say against judge Woodward is that being the democratic candidate for governor he has not resigned his position on the supreme Bench. He was nominated by the democracy for governor not to resign the judgeship and thereby give Curtin the appointment of his successor and his not doing so is really the cause of their clamor a with the same propriety that they ask judge Woodward to resign they might ask governor Curtin also to resign. Is his office any the less important ? Tawsy done to think of asking Lowrie or ague to resign nor has it Ever occurred to to Jan heretofore to ask any judge to resign because he was a candidate. Even if Curtin were to resign the position he now Bolds being a candidate we do not think that we would advise judge Woodward to do so. He is fit for the position which is More iban can be said for Curtin and hence the latter should retain his while the former candidate As any thing relating to oar candidate for governor is of interest now we republish from a Philadelphia paper printed in january 1838, the following sketch of judge Woodward taken by a Harrisburg correspondent who was giving a series of pen and Ink portraiture of the quote prominent members of the Reform convention that was then session for the purpose of revising our state Constitution Geurge w. Woodward of Luzerne. A or. Woodward of Luzerne sits next to or. My Cuhen. He is very tall and slender and very Paio. His look voice and manner indicate that he is a Young Man of no Ordinary cast and of Liis age Lor he is but Twenty eight years old i question whether he has Many superiors either in Perm Sylvania or in the Union. Cool firm and dignified the observer will at mice perceive when he touches a subject that a giants grasp is upon it. His voice is Clear and agreeable his language Plain but Well chosen and he possesses that rare faculty of know ing when to Slop and Seldom says either too much or too Little upon the theme in discussion. He is always listened to with the greatest attention and the Best evidence of the estimation in which he is held May be found in the fact that such men As Chauncey Hopkinson Forward &e., Are generally Lound to Overlook others in debate to grapple with him. To a stranger or. Woodward appears self poised cold hearted and calculating hut in private life be is understood to to warm in his attachments arid probably from precarious health is subject to great fluctuation of spirits. To is gifted however with an unusual share of self control. He is a Iarj or. The political party to which he is attached has reason Tobe proud of such a member and constitutional Reform has few sinc re or More powerful advocates. The Home Sentinel tells of a Man from Plattsburg that was brought to Utica at the present United states court on the charge of buying a shirt of a Soldier and the expense attending the Case is already Over 3800. £53�?o a big fool if he had stole a Hundred thousand dollars from government he would have got off much democratic club. The democratic club of Jackson township Lebanon county held a meeting on saturday evening last at the Public House of or. Reinbold in Myerstown. The meeting was Well attended by the democracy of Jackson and by some of the democracy from the surrounding this club although it was the first organized in the county yet it has reported of its proceedings in Public print. It has. Been very successful in thoroughly organizing the democratic party in this township and has also assisted very much in organizing democratic Cius in a brute of the other townships in the county. At the meeting of the club the following resolutions were unanimously adopted. We Are obliged to postpone Tbs publication of the excellent resolutions of the Jackson club until next . After the adoption of the resolutions we. W. Breslin esq., editor of the Lebanon advertiser was requested to address the club. He responded in a sound and logical speech in the English language. He exposed the great corruption of the present administration arid showed most conclusively that the present party in Power does not wish the War brought to an honorable close but that they keep up the War for the purpose of speculating in shoddy contracts plundering the Treasury of the ten Tufi states and freeing the negroes. He also showed by the assertions made by members of the Lincoln Cabinet and by the Assumption of Power by Lincoln contrary to the Constitution that their object is to change the form of our hitherto free country and establish a despotism on its ruins after Miv Breslin bad concluded the club called on John s. Bassner esq., to address the meeting. He responded in an Able and eloquent speech in the English language he compared the different democratic administrations with the present abolition and former Federal administrations and proved that the country Only prospered under democratic Rule. He contended that the democratic party during All its various administrations always advocated and extended political and religious Freedom to All the citizens of the United states. He of so argued very forcibly that the a Vellior Geould have been prevented by the adoption of the Crittenden Compromise hut that the abolitionists opposed the adoption of the Compromise in the u. S. Senate and thereby Defeated of a Compromise of the dissensions Between the North and the South. In conclusion he urged All citizens to support judge Woodward and Ati other democratic nominees at the next october exec lion if they wish to secure those inestimable rights which Are Guu rur teed to every citizen by the Constitution but of which they Are deprived by the Turanica administrations of Lincoln and Curtin in Defiance of the Constitution and All constitutional Laws. After or. Bassler concluded his speech or. Geasey was called up on to address the meeting. He responded in an Able and fiery speech in the German language. When or. Geasey had finished his speech All those present who were not members of the club but who wished to join were invited to come Forward and sign the Constitution when some fifty men came Forward and joined the club alter which the club adjourned to meet at the next stated meeting. John Foesig Cor. Sec y. For the advertiser. Or. Editor a a certain Young minister gifted with a Tongue and considerable self esteem but lacking in Good sense and discretion assisted in the funeral services of air. Henry Brechin at Myerstown on tuesday of last week. After the services were closed he arose anti proposed to sing that glorious patriotic ode the a Star spangled banners prefacing his proposition with denunciations of a copperheads a and hoped that a fall patriotic and Union Loving persons would join the sunday school in singing the chorus but that he did not wish the assistance of any i would ask this political preacher whether he knows the definition of Copperhead and christianity he Calls himself a disciple of Christ and instead of following the doctrine of the scriptures a peace and Good will to All men he endeavours to create strife and ill will. The majority of persons present thought it entirely out of place and condemned him thinking he should have had More reverence for the dead More respect for the family if he had none for himself in god and a due regard for the holy Sanctuary in which he uttered such uns Crip tubal and unchristian vituperation. of the dem9di Central comm Latic state fee. A meeting Olathe do a Joatie state Central committee or Pennsylvania was held at the merchants hotel Philadelphia on aug fat 11, 1863.-�? the chairman Hon. Charles j. Biddle called the come Pittee to order and in doing so made some appropriate remarks. The following members of the committee were a present Theodore Cuyler Robert j. Hemphill , jr., isa�?~4e Leech Phil Adelphia John d. Evans Chester county William h. Mont Gomery county it Livain t. Rogers Bucks county Thora Jis Heckman Northampton county a Hiester Cly Mer Berks county Asa. Packer Carbon county Michael Mylert Sullivan county Mortimer f. Elliott Tioga county John h. Humes la coming county William Elliot Northumberland county William pm. Breslin Lebanon county Georgia Sanderson and James Patterson Lancaster county John f. Spangler York county h. Smith Fulton county j. S. Africa Huntingdon county William big. Ler Clearfield county Slugh w. Wier Indiana county Al w tute for w. T. H. Paul county George w. C Jones Susti a of Greene iss and Jamesjr a the draft a Berks county which was to have taken place last week has been postponed until further notice. It is said that defective enrolment is the cause of the postponement. A Many a head was found float ing in the Hudson at Albany on thursday. No clue As yet to the horrible mystery. Send it to Washington Therp is Uoo place where a Bead it More needed. P. Barr Allegheny to aunty James Campbell Butler county Kennedy a blood Jefferson county. Robert j. Hemp Ilii esq., of Philadelphia was unania Aisly appointed Secretary. /. A on motion of or. Leeh it was resolved that committees on organization finance and printing be appointed by the chair Are an each Genu Mittee to consist of Fivie members u on motion of or. Sanderson it was resolved that six mass meeting under the auspices of he Denoe Ratini state Central committee be held on the 17th of september i?6i, the anniversary of the adoption o the Constitution of the United a glares Viz 0 Philadelphia Lancas or Williamsport Uniontown Meadville and Scranton. A on motion the Chat rms a was authorised to appoint a treasurer and such other officers As t ight be necessary. A an address prepare by Tho chairman was read and Nanini Nousis adopted and ordered 0 be published in All the Democrat papers in the state. A on motion the of Ommittee adjourned to meet at the a 1 of the chairman. Robert j. Item Iii a of a to tiie family by Black u. S. Soldiers a a letter from a passenger on Hoard the Steamer Liberty Pear Island no. 10, gives the following account of one of the Saddest and i most shocking crimes recorded in the history of this War As communicate to the Passen-ger�1-by an Eye wine �8 Beckham Landing is twelve Miles below Island no. 10, n Obion county Tennessee immediately South of the Kentucky state lint about 10 o clock a. M., august4th, 1863, eighteen Black United states soldiers direct from Island no. 10, their station arrived at the Hom Joii the Landing fully armed with muskets Side arms tiered the whole of old men women and children is fearfully alarmed for its safety. In the Vior nity is one of those Black colonies where White men inspire these fiends to these hellish deeds. It is reported that one of the negroes used the pistol of the same chaplain above spoken of. 0� the abolitionist papers Are publishing far and wide a Story to the effect that ged. Wipple a now in command of the military at Pottsville was shot at several times while in the country recent-1 by and that it was the work of some a who attempted to assassinate him. The following from the Pottsville Standard spoils the Story entirely a \ general Whipple shot miners journal of saturday last endeavours to create the impression that an attempt wus made to assassinate general Whipple on s it urdu a gust 1st, 1808, in the neighbourhood of the York farm near this place. The editor Well knew at the time he penned the article in question or at least could have known if to had taken the trouble to investigate the matter that while general Whipple and one of his staff were in the Vicinity of the York farm which is on the Middle Road to a Minersville some soldiers belonging to the 38th regiment of Pennsylvania Allitia who were at that Lime encamped on the Cricket ground visited the House of colonel Johnson on the West Wood Road for the purpose of getting something to eat. After they had partaken of the Hospi Talitia of the colonel they walled out into the Road in front of the House and discharged their muskets. The balls passed Over the brow of the Hill and came very near hitting general Whipple who was at that time five or six Hundred Yards Distant in a due northerly direction the soldiers formed a portion of general Whipple a command and were doubtless ignorant of the fact that they came so near killing Timeir commander. They were strangers in this county and could not have known that there was a Public Road in the which they were shooting. This we Are positively assured is a True statement of the Case. We Are very sorry to spoil Barman a Fine electioneering Story but Justice to Tho people of this county requires that we should do adjoins the Provost marshals office and seizing the Man Hagan who was sitting on a chair near me said a god Dan you we want you come out Hagen was then taken out to the foot of the stairs where Mchenry said to the sergeant a take him up stairs and give him Twenty five lashes a and. After a pause added a yes god Dan him give him he told the sergeant to put the hand cuffs on him arid get the cowhide. I followed to the Bead of the is airs but i could not Bear the idea of seeing a White Man whipped so i turned and came Down. I saw the Man after he was flogged and dressed his wounds yesterday and to Day. His Back is All Cut up along and across. I should say from the appearance of his Back that he req lived from sixty to seventy lashes. Sergeant Morrison a statement. I belong to the Provost guard. Capt. Mchenry told me to put the hand cuffs on Hagen and take him up stairs and give him Twenty five lashes. I said that i was not Well. I did not like the idea of flogging the Man and would rather leave it to somebody else. C Apt Mchenry then told Corporal Palmer to flog him. I put the hand cuffs on Hagen by Mchenry a orders and bought a cow hide with which to bog him. Hagen was then taken up stairs. There was a pillar nearly in the Centre of the room and he was placed standing with his arms around it. The hand cuffs had by this time been taken off. He was stripped of All but his pants and shirt. A Soldier named Alfred Fogle was ordered by Mchenry to hold his hands around the Post while him. Fogle seized his hands As desired but alter the first Welt Hagen broke Loose and then Mchenry seized him and held him till it was Over. The Man cried while he was being washed and made a Good Deal of noise. Before he was flogged he begged that he might be shot rather than whipped. I did not count the lashes but i should say that he received Between forty and fifty. Near the close he sunk Down by the Post but he was not unconscious. Palmer did the flogging. Here we have the practical Workings of abolitionism when backed up by the despotic regime at Washington. Follow ing the example of Abraham Lincoln without the form of Law. All considerations of Ordinary Justice and humanity Are Laid aside and the flesh of a free while Man is made to quiver under the lash of a High souled ? abolition Provost marshal. And pistols and Mur of old or. Beo Khauv a family then present on the plate. The family consisted of Benjamin Beck Ham aged seventy nine \ Eai by his son Frank aged forty Jears Liura aged fourteen Kate ten Caroline seven and Little Richard aged two a ears. The Mother and one of the children were 1 icily absent on a visit and escaped the Fate of their Kindred. The negroes killed old Falls sir Beelman and his son Frank by horribly mutilating their bodies by clubbing cutting Bayon eting and shooing and then wound up their fiendish work by throwing the dead into the they then drove the three girls and boy into the River at the Point of the Bayonet clubbing them with the butt ends of their muskets whilst running. The body of father Beckham and the youngest boy have been recovered and were seen by the majority of passengers who went ashore to see the evidence of this diabolical work. The fired several times at one of the neighbors who related to us the different incidents but be escaped unharmed. A majority of the demons were apprehended by some Federal cavalry White before they reached the Island. My informant further relates that some time ago a chaplain of one of the negro regiments on the Island accompanied an armed a and to the House of or. Beckham for the purpose of recovering the child of one of the women the property of or. Beckham and a runaway on the to refused to deliver the child and ibis seems to be the warrant for this murder. A Tho neighbourhood mainly made up. The name of Democrat the democrats took up the nickname Loco Foo and used it till those who gave it to them were tired and sick of it. They have in the same Way taken up the word a Copperhead a and used it till those who cast the slur have had it thrown i i to their face. Vve done to care what to Are called hut prefer and intend to Call things by their right names. It is bests there Are bnl3r two parties now and have been since the presidents abominable Proe Lamarion Derno Erat and abolitionist Art the proper and legitimate names. By these names hereafter we Are to know men and As such one or the other we will her Ealler treat them. Gar watchword then is de Mcraey against abolitionism. The Union As it was against it As Tho a 01 i zionists want it. The government of the United states against the miserable abolitionists in Power. Our policy is Jurl them from Power As fast As the elections come around and save our noun try in its last throes for a National existence. A Ament a from the earliest Ages to the pres ent have been alternate it by worshipped As a an gels and reviled i As a a cats and a a serpents a according As i they have behaved to their adores j and Deti Gelors. Women puzzled King. Solomon and perplexed st. I Paul whose messages to his female j converts testify to the difficulty some of them caused him in our Dayt however our Schoolboy seems to think he can solve All the difficulties of the woman questions their nalu Rotl tendencies possibilities and prospects in this life. Woman instead of being As heretofore the Rock on which Wise men have split Are now become Little Inore than the blocks which fools to 3r to Cut with their razors while waiting for their beards to what women have been we know pretty Well a average human beings on the whole doing their duties As Well As they know How nurturing the qualities of their husbands their sons or their Brothers. Theja have made themselves Feit As effectual elements in the ordering of human affairs. There is no instance where a Man has become a great Leader either As general statesman or religious reformer who had not some woman living at the Root of his inner lie fostering his ideas and his Aims with whom he Lias taken counsel out of whose thoughts he has derived Nutriment for his own thoughts who has helped him and believed in him and advised him and stuck to him when the. Whole world seemed against him. Women do not often achieve greatness for themselves but they Are at the Bottom of All that is upon and the most of what is bad in a world. Prospectus of a Mthr a National democratic newspaper Job be published daily and weekly in the City of mph Ilad Typhia. By a. J. Gloss Behken a co. A. 3.0l088bre.y5er. F. J. Bund. W. Ii. We Lii a a Tab age will advocate the principles and policy of the democratic part a and will therefore necessarily favor the restoration of the Union As it was and defend the Constitution of the United states and that of this Commonwealth. A it Wilt freely and fairly disc Small legs inmate Btl Yeats of newspaper comment including of course and pre eminently at this time All questions connected with the exist ing Nuht pay condition of our country. It will fearlessly criticise the Public acts of Public Ferrante and defend the Legal and constitutional right of individual. Citizens and of 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 Oft be Republic to present to them truthfully the fearful perils in which we stand of a nation to exhibit the magnitude of Tho , that is before them if they would Check Mir Progress and to inspire them with patriotic determination to apply the remedy for our National ills. In Brier it will in All things aim to be the faithful exponent of democratic principles and to Render itself worthy to be an Organ of the democratic party under whose auspices our country prospered so Jong and so Well. The restoration of that party the party of the Constitution a my the Union to Power in the legislative nod executive governia rental branches o f the states and of the Union we believe to be necessary to Vert anarchy. And Tho utter ruin of the Republic. To contribute to that restoration will be our highest aria. The news. Literary commercial and other departments will ret Eive due attention and will Beso pm ducted us to make a the age worthy of the support of the general Reader a the Many difficulties now surrounding an in Terri ise of the magnitude of that in which the under signed Are engaged required ctn to Appeal to the Public for generous support and to ask for the a the age amp Liberal patronage and extended circulation. The present stole of the preparatory arrangements warrants the expectation that the first number of the daily will appear before the close of the present month february 18630 the weekly will he issued soon thereafter. Terms daily per annul six months three months weekly 17.60 32.00 45.00 $6.00i-per annul. $2.00 3.00 six months. 1.00 1.50 three months 60 i ten copies to one copies deliverer at the a address counter and to agents Twenty and carriers 2.cents each thirty of ask payment required invariably in Advance. A. J. Glossbrenner a co. Feb. 11, 63.�?2m._430 Chestnut st Phila. Economy is wealth cure ugh for 13 cents. The rest and cheapest household remedy in the world. The hippin0_p0st again a White Man flogged in Allegheny. 01� John Adams times revived in Allegheny county on monday week Captain Heron Foster acting under Lincoln As Provost marshal for Allegheny county had a certain White Man named Hagen without form of Law lashed with a cowhide until his Back was like a piece of raw flesh and he sunk Down in utter exhaustion. Here is old John Adams times again the whipping Post again John Snyder of the Reading Adler who was whipped for not supporting old John Adams was not to be the last but a second John Adams administration is to repeat the whole a Devilish programme of despotism and barbarity. Or. Kings statement. 1 Captain Mchenry enter a a my office a Madame Zado Porter s great coup la Lily indy Madame Zadoc upor. Tilt Soura Tive Balaam is warranted if a sed according to the directions to cure in All cases coughs colds whooping Congh asthma and All affections of the Obront and lung a made Zadoc Porter s Balsam is prepared wih-11 the requisite care Ai d kill from a combination of the Best remedies the vegetable kingdom affords its remedial qualities a based on its Power to re Sist the healthy and Vigo Rous c i re u 1 it t o n of the blood. Through to la a Ings 111. Nuts violent remedy but emolument a sum Jug searching and effective can be taken by the child c a Rio Diu or mad e zab0c pouts Balsam has been used by the Public for Over 18 Vears and has acquired �?T8 present Sale simply by a eing recommended by those whoa reused it to 1 their afflicted friends Ai i others. Most ,me Zadoc porters curative Balsam is sold at a Price which bring it in the reach of every one to keep it convenient for use. The tit Nely use of a single bottle will prove to he li�0.times its Oost. your Money a do not be persuaded to Purchase articles at 4s. To to which do not contain the virtue of a dime bottle of Madame por 5 ?. Curative Balsam the Cost of manufacturing which is As great As to fac of almost any other Medicine a Price at which it a fold makes the Pront to the seller apparently Small and unprincipled dealers will sometimes recommend other medicines on which their profits Are larger unless the customers a bib upon having Madame porters and none other ask for Madame porters curative Balaam Price 13 cts and in Large bottles at 25 cts., and take no other Ifyu not get it at one store you can at another. A sold by All druggists and store keepers at 13 cents and in larger bottles at 25 cents. Hall amp fucked proprietors Jos a. Lemberger and or. Geo. Reits Lebanon a. January 28,1863. Blanket Sli awls cloth Woolen clothing of a a co Black or Blue Black and goods turned opt equal to new by tei won Lemberger _ t?k��8io�s to. Geo. R. Une Weaver i. I Elj Point wac by the i pm a a a up Washington of. to attend to All a. A a in sea in Market Street new Tow a the Pitt of Lebanon March 2sth, 1863.�?9post office. Re avd cheap store Ivete undersigned would respectfully inform theist. Izes of Lebanon and Vicinity that be has entered into the. Boot and shoe business in Walnut Street five doors South of the Buck Betel Lebanon a. Where he keeps on band a Large and Well assorted Stock of All kinds of boots and shoes. He win make to order All kinds of boots and shoes and at very Short he Ai to keeps in hand a _ Large and Well assorted Stock of leather such As red and Oak sole leather calf and Kip skin a Morocco and fancy Kab. Kid. Linings Roans bind 1ngs ac., and All kind of Shoemakers tools and findings such As Boot tree last Boot cords and webbs awl by 4dl knives Pun cues hammers pi3scer�?� a p tack a constantly on hand and assortment olm tags. Threads shoe nails Peg Breaks Sari stones pegs bristles i Xcvi and shoe tools of every description Navy Gibeon end aged in the business More than Twenty years lie feel satisfied tha can give satisfaction to All. Who a will t favor him we spa Call. Shoemakers for m the country will do Well by calling on him before purchasing else r whore. Samuel Hauck. F Phannon atom >1 1862samuel Kein Oehl. Awol four Retno Eitl. Tias. H. Eilf a film dlr invitation toll desirous of purchasing lumber amp Coamo to the Best advantage at the old established Ancl v. A Well known. A lumber amp melt at the Union canal on the Eastend West bides o Market Street Norih Lebanon Borough. A f 1he subscribers take pleasure in Citi 1. Vena of Lebanon and Burron Ndinga c<mnlle8, they still continue the lumber and Coal by Psi Ness at their old and Tell Knovs slated where they Are a nil receiving additional supplies of the a Best and Well seasoned lumber. Consisting of White and yellow Pino boards Plank and scantling. I Lemock boards Plank and scantling. Fails. Posts palings Aud fencing boards. Ash from l to i Inch ,�forpu.% the 3 Inch Poplar from % to 2 Inch. Poplar and liar Wood 5cantlin&m o to to a Oak and Maple in hrs and planks f a a 12. Roofing and plastering laths. shingles i shingles shingles it \ Alao Pine and Hemlock shingles. A Coal Coal Coli to a a Large Stock of the Best Quality of stove a broken egg and Limel Reorg Coal and also thenh amp to Allegheny Coal for blacksmiths. 4 5 Abs thank Kul tor the Liberal manner in which they have heretofore been patronized they would i extend a cordial invitation tor it continuance of favors a they a c Nide it that they now have the largest Ibert nut cheapest Stock of lumber on band in the county which will be sold Ata reasonable per Quot please Call and exam me our slow Kant prices before purchasing elsewhere. A a a or a a a it Reinoehl k Mellef North Lebanon ?, 1862. A. Farmers and others take notice. The Puron ased Jyce Ennis establishment of a. Major a a brother will manufacture and keep on hand a Terr general a Hort ont of machinery and harming implements embracing improved four horse Powers and threshers railway Horae Powers and this Herr morgans Independent steel wire tooth hone Rake mnmma.8 Patent fodder. Straw and Hay Cutter cast Iron Fjeld rollers a rein fans Hay elevators. Cloren hollers Corn Shell re by hand or Power Corn ploughs and Plant i cultivators with a i Urieta of Tho Best ploughs in use amp a. A All of the above Machtmes Are of the latest and Best improvement and Areall warranted to . Castings of All to kinds made to order. It and at Short notice. He also manufactures steam , general and pays particular attention to repairing in gives and machinery of nil Kinda. Tic invites All to Call and examine the work at the machine shop on st Kkt Lebanon. A Usu All orders or communications by mail will be or poly attended to. D. Karmany. Lebanon Lebanon co a. Lebanon August 8,1860. V a notice.�?1 have appointed a. Major a brother my agents for Topur Postof business. D. Lakmany Lebanon August 8,1860. A a sew Quot a Mcger just received at the store of. K. Lauder Mil Liffin Cumberland Street Lebanon a Selling Oil Meilin Oit an inducement to Cash buyers a a will save 30 Peb cent. Lamest a keys goods. French Merino and cob erg. A fancy and Black Silks from 50 Fente toiftt>50 t detains from 10 to 20 cents. Lawns from to 16 cents f a a a t mohair Plain from 16to 37lc be nth valencias from 8 to 16 Cento. R. / a. Men s and boy s weak. A Black cloth from a 00 to $4 50. A a fancy arid Black Casro Mercs fro�p50fto Fol fiff7 a ladies cloak cloth from $1 00 to in 60 a t Cotto Nades from 10 to.20 cents a a domestics. 1 Quot Muslin from to 1.2ld cents. Check Iron 10 to 12 Ren i a v n ticking from 16 cents a a. A Cali Coes from 6i� to Center. Gingham from j0 to 20 cents. A a. Shawls shawls f Spring shawls from $1 00 to $4 00. T a a Luck Tibet big Ala. From $2 00 to 4 00 a a a of ions notions 1 i parasols and umbrellas,.from 50 to $2 of a a stockings from ii to 75 cents. A a a ,.loop skirts from 25 to $1 50. A a a a handkerchiefs Roro by to 18 cents �?�., Linen and paper collars. An Assort meet of. Heady made clot 11 tag a carpets carpets groceries and Queen swarm a. cured hah Mui Mackerel amp fruits fruits a dried apples dried plums a Quot Ltd or dried Peecha dried ride Cherriee. Al sold to cult the times by Elk azure of Lebanon april 23. 1862. A for rats Hice. Hoachee ants. Bed ban Moths m furs. Woolens. Do. Insects on plants. Fowls. Animals a. A Pat up in �?o6c. Soc. End #1 0o boxes. Bittl. A Aad 5 Bize for horses . A Only infallible remedies known a r a free from dangerous to Tho human of tally c i., Nutof their Holee Todle i Lold Lar <0 a a a of �2��?� Duggi Ursand rib Avtgis is 1 1 Deware a of All wortlii<s7l 2ff�?Ta is see that a costab�?T8�?�namess be fwd cd Jib Sta cola Flattley is soon expected to to few a withstdlngthie.th6 but not will is iia v i clothing a and a claim of a a Lic attention Ines Lundt Wnm of Tego welf assorted Toek of Chat la on nand which when examined always please. A Llu a he a Rufe Good Are my de up in oar own Fatah the 2. Jaq Tyr and a a manner that takes Down the country and Gires All customers a City appearance. Because by the facilities we Hare in Tunin. Goods we Are enabled to sell our clothing 25 per Era cheaper than anybody else in this neighbourhood Quot customers respectfully to a amp a at a k3jzbn8tjbin a is Lebanon april 21,1862. ®pp�9�?o&Quot he con How u

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