Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
26 Aug 1863

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26 Aug 1863

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 26, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaMmbbs9azans9rn Ais Esko Cabatic Pri swipies cease to mud 0481 of . Ekes in editor and proprietor. Lebanon a. Wednesday auq�o3t 26, js63. The Prier Vaitoa of the Conett Tutila. The restoration of the Union. And the supremacy of the Laws. A democratic state ticket. For governor Geo. W. Woodward of Luzerne for judge of the supreme court Walter h. Lowrie of Allegheny election on tuesday of Tobor i3th, 1863 judge Pearson a charge. a a do not misunderstand me on this Stetti pm by acct. Men Havo the most unlimited right,t0 condemn and if you please rail at the a National administration and object to the manner in which it conducts Public affairs but Cut to a envy the government under a Hub a live or express Hope or wishes for of the Union the destruction tor defeat of our armies the Success of the rebels or of the rebellion. A the administration he May entirely condemn the government he is bound to support. Parties will always exist in every free country and whether men will sustain or oppose a i particular administration is one in which there a held Ever be the Moat perfect Freedom of opinion but no Man or set of Mea has any right natural or political to overturn the government itself. He is bound to support and Suwata in it. Let who will administer its Afla Bra anti the ruler can be changed under the provisions of the Constitution. There certainly can be no difficulty with persons of Ordinary intelligence drawing the distinction Between sustaining the government itself and sustaining or opposing those who temporarily administer its affairs. The latter 1s a question of party the former o a patriotism a Fhon. Geo. W. Woodward the democratic candidate for governor will be in Lebanon on the 15th or 16th of september when he Hopes to take by the hand in Friendly greeting All who May desire to do so. The exact time of his visit will be announced Here after. A 03&Quot the Harrisburg Telegraph is noted As such a lying Sheet that its abolition contemporaries copying from it credit the articles a Exchange Quot instead of a Telegraph a knowing that the latter credit would stamp them As false at once. A a a. 18�� the Pittsburg Gazette the leading Republican paper in the West says that the of Curtin is it brings a Long list of charges against him which we shall Jay before our readers at an Early when leading papers of their own party Are thus compelled to come out against their candidate where Are the votes to come from to prevent his utter and Complete defeat. A-j8@�?o the abolitionists Are very anxious that the a government a by which they mean however old Abe should be sustained. It is a pity that they were not so anxious to sustain the government when men broke the fugitive slave Law mobbed United states marshals run underground railroads and supplied John Brown with Money arms and pikes for negroes. Had they practice then the doctrines they preach now our country would not now be divided and convulsed by civil War. Crothe Philadelphia inquirer has a Soldier correspondent at Pottsville who writing in anticipation of troubles with the miners says a a a if they should Ever Rise to violent resistance god help them the military Here swear to Butcher them Bike x og8, on the slightest provocation such threats Are calculated and will inevitably produce the very troubles anticipated. Threats of this character such As a smacking the rebels a and a whipping them before breakfast nerved them to their deadly resistance arid if the miners Are to be a butchered like dogs on the slightest provocation a which May readily be presented by scoundrel by abolitionists themselves it would not Surprise us if the miners were to prepare for the such threats had better be left unmade. K�5&Quot it is said that a great Many of the drafted men from this county recently discharged who heretofore voted the opposition ticket Are disgusted with Curtin and intend voting for Woodward. They very properly attribute to Curtin the wrongs they sustained in being kept a month Over their time. If he had not yielded up to the National government the Powers belonging to him As the chief executive of a Sovereign state and allowed himself to be made a Mere provincial satrap he might have procured their discharge at the expiration of their term of a democratic governor would have seen that they were discharged at the proper time. We have also been told by one of the men that they were defrauded out of 7 Days which somebody pocketed. The governors duty should have been also to see that the men were paid in full the Money they so bitterly earned. For these and Many other reasons we Are not surprised that the soldiers should remember at the ballot boxes a Man so falsely termed the a a soldiers this reminds us of another circumstance., the Curti nites Are very loud mouthed in their assertions that their candidate has done a so much for the soldiers visiting them and seeing to their wants and we Are informed that some of the Pennsylvania regiments have not been visited at All by the governor. It surely is. His duty and if he fails in encouraging them by his presence once in a twelve month Only we cannot see where the claims arise for being dubbed the a a soldiers a Well May they a save us from Stich friends a if he has time to run Over the country making political speeches he surely could also spare a Little time to go and see whether the wants of the soldiers Are supplied. U bar the Canadian papers notice with the strongest contempt the assertions. Of the administration journals that or. Vallandigham had been obliged to leave the hotel he was stopping at a that his room was better than his they think such lies the smallest kind of ammunition for an administration to make use of to bolster up its sinking the landlord of the hotel or. V. Was boarding at denies the Asser Sion in a card which was entirely unnecessary. His House is crowded to overflowing Ever since or. V. Reached there. The assertions in the courier and other abolition journals that governor Seymour is doing everything in a this Power to obstruct the draft in new York City is disproved by the fact that the draft took place in that City last week and that there was no obstruction or disturbance of any kind 18�� the draft for Berks county will commence in Reading to Day wednesday �?1 a a fall going learn from the Springfield mass Republican that in the third District of that state out of eighty seven persons drafted ten of them paid 4300, three presented acceptable sub Quot statutes and seventy four were exempt on account of Quot mental a Nigger on the brain we terrorism in learn from the Lancaster intelligencer that on thursday evening a week after an address before the democratic Central club of that City by or. D. E so Liedler of Berks county and As the audience were about leaving the Hall an armed Force consisting often or twelve men belonging to the invalid corps so called appeared at the foot of the stairs a Here with fixed bayonets and loaded muskets they attempted to prevent any egress from the building unless or. Schaedler was surrendered to them As a prisoner. This insolent demand was promptly refused and the crowd of democrats increasing every moment the military who refused to show any authority for their Interior ence and attempted arrest when requested to do so thought discretion the better part of valor and retired. The Provost marshal to his credit be it said disavows any participation in this High handed interference with the citizens in the exercise of their undoubted rights and the inference is that the soldiers who Are Al strangers in that Tity were instigated by some violent Union leagues with the intention of provoking a disturbance so As to furnish a pretext Jor placing the City under martial Law to a a Large meeting has since been held in Lancaster by the democracy in reference to this outrage when appropriate resolutions of condemnation were unanimously adopted. The democrats of Lancaster Are determined that there shall be a no fooling with their rights. They know and dare maintain them. A resistance to the one of the Philadelphia Barracks Are confined two Quaker conscripts coming from a wealthy family of quakers named Smedley who reside at West Chester a. These men contend that they have conscientious scruples As to going to the War they will not fire a Musket or draw human blood nor the commutation Money nor furnish a substitute because in their opinion it would be making an acknowledgement not consistent with the views of the society to which they belong. And yet if we Are not mistaken the quakers generally have no scruples of conscience against encouraging others to fight for the abolition of slavery. A democratic democrats have just gained a member of Congress in Missouri. In to third District which was represented by or. Noe Republican an election has just been held to fill the vacancy caused by or. Noclla a death and has resulted in the Triumph of John g. Scott Democrat by a handsome majority. To renew York Tribune blames the administration for permitting Bis election North Tebay township club the democracy of North Lebanon township held a handsome meeting at the Public Bouse of Benjamin Zoi Ler on saturday evening last for the purpose of organising a democratic club. Although but Imp feet notice had been Given of the meeting a Large number of the sturdy yeomanry of the District were in attendance. The organization of the meeting was effected by calling to the chair or. Solomon Heller and appointing Joseph Zwier Secretary. Messes. Elijah Al vein Levi Blouch and Andrew Arnold were appointed a committee on Constitution and officers. Jacob Weidie jr., Esq., was then called on for an address which he responded to in his usual eloquent and effective manner. A iter that s. T. Mcadam Esq., was called for. He responded in a few Woll Bosen and vigorous remarks. When he had concluded the committee on officers reported the following As the permanent officers of the club Viz president a John Heilman Esq. Vice president a Henry Shaeffer a Jacob Sager. Recording secretaries Josiah Tice Henry b. Suavely. Corresponding Secretary Arnm Laber. Treasurer Joseph Koons. Executive committee John h. Riddle Henry j. Light. , Ahe Olom Hean. On motion it was lie solved that the next meeting of the club to held at the same place Zeller s on thurs j Day evening the 3d of september it when a Constitution will be presented for adoption and signing. I the meeting adjourned with three rousing cheers for Woodward Lowris and the democracy i the approaching election i fears Are expressed in some quarters that an Effort will be fall to place the state of Pennsylvania under martial Law for the purpose of securing the re election of governor Curtin. While we Havo no fears that the. Administration will attempt anything of the kind in this state it is perhaps prudent for our democratic a friends to be fully prepared for any emergency that a Bay arise. We Are perfectly willing to allow the abolition party Aii the rights and privileges which we enjoy but will not pc Early surrender our rights to the elective franchise. That Point May As Well be understood at first As at last. The of july 2d, 1839, Section 95, distinctly declares that a no body of troops in the army of the United states or of this Commonwealth shall be present either armed or unarmed at any place of election within this during to time of Fuch election provided that nothing herein continued shall be so construed As to prevent any officer or Soldier from exercising the right of suffrage in the election District to which he May belong if otherwise qualified according to this then Law of Pennsylvania it is our duty to live up to it and to resist any and a very attempt which May be made to violate it. Vve have the numerical Force in this coun try to enforce it but while we do so we must not forget that others have the Samo rights in common with us. The charges against Ward. Judge Wood the character of judge Woodward stands so Highland his record so dear that the malignant ingenuity of gov. Curtin so rinds can invent but two charges against him both of which Are easily refuted. The first charge is that As a member of there form convention of 1837-38, he proposed to deprive foreigners of the right of suffrage. The fact of the easels that he merely resorted to the parliamentary tactics allowable on such occasions to defeat a proposition of that character made by a n Reuber of the convention from Chester county. On a subsequent occasion during the Long discussion of the amendment confining the elective franchise to White freemen when an abolition member from Philadelphia named Earle charged judge Woodward with having offered and advocated a Resolution to exclude foreigners from voting and holding office the latter repudiated the idea in the following words which can be found in vol. 1u, Page 34, of the debates of the convention. Or. Woodward explained thai be did not with to be slandered by any reporter Orris rep re ten Ted by any member on this floor and he would not a in of gen Leinen to impute measures and a sentiment a to him which did not belong to him. To raid be never did propose to exclude foreigners now in the country from political privilege nor those who should at any time Here a her come to the country. He presumed the gentleman or. Sarle alluded Toan amendment offered by him in convention at Harrisburg which proposed nothing More than an inquiry into the expediency of preventing foreign its who should arrive in the country after 3c4j, Troia voting and holding office. That Vry a an a amendment to the proposition made by the gentle Man Iron Chester or. Thomas suggesting an inquiry into the expediency of excluding foreigners altogether from our soil mid the Nunu Noff it was to give the proposed inquiry a different direction from that proposed by the gentleman from Chester. The proposition of the gentleman from Chester being withdrawn or Woodward explained that he withdrew his that is the whole Story. Judge Woodward by a common parliamentary Mon oeuvre Defeated a proposition to exclude foreigners frown this state by in amendment proposing an inquiry into a Kindred his amendment forced the original mover to withdraw his proposition and the subject was not again agitated in the convention. Upon this narrow ground gov. Curtin a friends have the Denee to ask citizens of foreign birth to turn their backs upon judge Woodward the life Long advocate of equal political rights and privileges and to vote for at Idrew. Curtin who was one of the leaders of the bigoted and prescriptive order of know nothings. Are gov. Curtin a friends so foolish As to suppose that the people can forget that he was an Active know nothing during the Short and inglorious 1 Ife time of that contemptible org in nation ? that he was Secretary of the Commonwealth under the administration of got. Pollock p that be was a candidate for u s. Senator before the know nothing caucus at the session of 1855, and the principal rival of Simon Cameron for a he Honor of representing the principles of. Know nothing ism in the councils of the nation ? surely gov. Curtin a friends cannot Hope that citizens of foreign birth have forgotten these recent facts in his history or believe that they can be so utterly lost to self respect As to vote fora candidate who assisted in marshalling the bigoted Host that a few Short years ago sought their disfranchisement and when governor was a Leader in the know nothing organization and a member of the Only know nothing administration that Ever disgraced our state judge Woodward was in the ranks of the democracy combating that odious heresy a we need not in to the Musty records of the past for this fact. It is open and Patent Man whose memory reaches Back to the year 1854. If judge Woodward bad been at heart a know nothing As his enemies now assert by did be not embrace the Opportunity which this organization afforded of carrying out his cherished principles Why on the contrary did he oppose this order when gov. Curtin favored it Alejj by contribute to its final overthrow ? Quot the second charge against judge Woodward is that he concurred in the opinion of the. Supreme court Dis franchising the Soldier it is not True that the Soldier is disfranchised. He can exercise the Rigin of suffrage whenever he appears Sike any other citizen at the i allot by n the District of his res a rte but the Constitution prevents in. Irom voting when be is Abe 11 Frosti it e state precisely As it it Veak Cicery other citizen from voting under like circumstances. Judge Woodward merely declared such to be Trio proper con by Rution of to e c r st Lui or and his opinion received the concurrence of John m. Good. The Only be publican judge on the Bench tvs it does of every lawyer in the state whose opinion is Worth having the republicans reaped All the advantages of this decision which gave their candidate the profitable office of sheriff of Phil Adelphia whose official patronage now serves to keep several be publican newspapers in Philadelphia above water. Dis franchising the Soldier indeed 1 these republicans Are very anxious Lor the poor Soldier so Long As they can compel him to vote the abolition ticket but let him dare to exercise his own judgment find off goes his Bead. Witness the cd be of Louten unt Edgerly of new Hampshire Walro was seminar ii dismissed the service by that superlative old Granny adjutant general Torii Asif for the crime of voting the a Copperhead tickets which ticket received More votes than the abolition ticket which lieutenant Edgerly was ordered to vote but did no to. Such is abolition solicitude for the Soldier when they can use j him like a slave he most profound sym at he dares to think to kicked out of the serve solent Superior whose i de by manifold Maluca i to Lake Mike Liberty advising governor cd the business of Ingra with citizens of foreign birth As a bad Job. It won t for Lim. They Are a hot White so Gro ii As in tin Zoiti know had better turn a his attention Ujj exclusively. To a american citizens a of african de scent with whom be will meet with much better Success Harrisburg Union. Population Oft i place will not permit the abolitionists to run in a lot More niggers to be fed at their expense a Center watchman. Receives their by but when himself he is be by some in ecord is stain Lan ce8. Of respectfully tin to give up rating himself Eric i he Turille Deaube Ristic Standard Hon f. W. Hughes offers a Reward of a do a for the discovery of sufficient evidence to Lead so the Arr stand conviction of the miscreant or miscreants who Muti lated the ornamental Pari of the Monument erected Over the remain sofa member of his family in his burial lot Kri mount Laurel j cemetery the fracture bears evidence that the outrage was committed quite recently. How very Low a Man or set of men must be sunk in the Depths of degradation who will deliberately invade the last resting place of the dead to mutilate the monuments erected to their memory shame upon the miscreants every Day adds to the Long list of atrocities perpetrated against democrats every Day increases the Long account to be settled at the polls and in our courts of Justice against the miscreants whose principles Are represented by Lincoln and Curtin. I a a of of a i if 1. Mew a a cheap store the undersigned would respectfully inform the Eit a Izena of Lebanon and Vicinity that he has entered a a a a Boot and shoe business in Walnut Street Jive doors South of the Buck Motti Lebanon a. Where he keeps on band a Large and Well assorted Stock of All kinds of boots and shoes. He Vrell make to order All kinds of boots and shoes and at very Short notice. He also keeps on hand a Large and Well Assort. Cd Stock of leather such As ski it and Oak sole Leathell Calk and Kip skins Morocco and fancy leather kid linings Roans bindings,-ac., and All kinds of Shoemakers tools and findings such As Boot Trees lasts Boot cords and webbs awl Blades knives punches hammers pincers rasps constantly on band an assortment of Lastings. Threads shoe nails pc Breaks Sand Stone pegs bristles. Kit and shoe tools of every description. Having been engaged in the business More than Twenty years he feels satisfied that he can give satisfaction to All who will favor him with a cull. Shoemakers i m the. Country will do Well by a tiling on him before purchasing Elbe whore. Samiuel i Iauco a. Lebanon May 21 1862. Samuel Rei Loeffl. Adolphus Hei Nobel. Chas. H. Melt a Friendly 1 is Vita lion to nil desirous of purchasing lumber amp Coal to the Best advantage at the old established and a Well known lumber Yard Reinoehl amp Meily at the Union canal on Tho East and West sides o Market Street North Letmon Borough urine subscribers take pm ensure Iii informing the Citi a Sens of Lebanon mid surrounding counties that they still continue the lumber and Coal business at their old and Bdl known stand where they Are daily receiving additional supplies of the Best and Well seasoned lumber consisting of White Aud yellow pipe boards Plank and scantling. Hemlock boards Plank and scantling. Rails. Posts palings and fun Cong boards. Ash from 1 ti>4 Inch Cherry from % to 3 Rich Poplar from % to 2 Inch. Poplar and Hardwood scantling out and Maple boards and planks roofing and plastering laths. A mingles shingles i shingles u also Pine and Hemlock shingles. Coli Coal i Coal i a Large Stock of Tho Host Quality of stove broken egg and Lime burners Coal and also the Best Allegheny Coal for blacksmiths. Jogs thankful for the Liberal a Banner in which they have heretofore been patronized they would extend a cordial invitation tor a of favors As they a re confident that they now have Tho largest Best and cheapest Stock of band in the county which will be sold at a reasonable pm cent age. A a 4�� pm Ftp cell and examine our Block and prices before purchasing amp Meily. North Lebanon 7,1862. A banners and others take notice. Krywe Bavo Sonie news from Charleston. At Daybreak on August 17th the attack on flirt Sumter was commenced by general Gilmore s land batteries whilst the ironclads bombarded batteries Wagner and Gregg. All of the Federal forces were engaged. Admiral Dahlgren fuelled Sumter from fourteen hun ired Yards distance and Fleet Cap Tain Rogers the Secord in command advanced to within one Hundred and fifty Yards . It Fott Wagenti one if the shots from the fort splintered the Pilot House of his vessel the Monitor Catskill and killed Captain Rogers instantly. This officer with a paymaster Are Tho Only Federal losses the engagement lasted six hours and the Fleet excepting the web awaken retired about two of clock. Suiter does not appear to have been materially damaged and up to the time of the sailing of the Steamer which brings Tho news there had been no impression made upon either of the batteries Wagner or Gregg. Both where returning Tho somewhat languid fire of the Iron leads with vigor. On August 18th there appears to have been no renewed attack by general Gilmore. Or we understand that quite a num. Ber of a a loyalists a about town Are trying to procure Southern contraband for servants. The very ones that howl the loudest about Southern a a slavery will induce the poor runaways to come North work them almost to death starve them until they at Unab a to do anything and Chase them off without their wages and then Blate about a Southern Nigger shame on such principles we have enough of negroes Here now More than can be comfortably provided for aft i these meddlers in other Peoples business would attend to the suffering ones of Home it would be considerably More to their credit. The Plain fact of the business is that the White he undersigned having per Nasert teen arc a establishment of a. Major amp Trother will manufacture and keep on hand a Vorva a neral assortment of machinery and farming implements embracing improved f0ur-i10bse Powers and threshers railway horse Powers and threshers Morgan Independent steel wire tooth horse Rake i Muir Patent fodder Straw and Hay Cutter cast Iron Field rollers. Grain fans. Hay elevators Clover hollers Corn shellers by band or Power. Corn ploughs and planters. Cultivators ac., with a variety of the beat ploughs in use amp a. All of the Abo it be Machtmes Are of the latest and Host improve tront. And areal warranted to give Ratis faction. Castings of All kinds made to order. A and at Short notice. He also steam engines. Mill gearing Siml Ting and Mui work to general and pays particular attention to repairing engines and machinery of Sill kinds. He invites All to Call and exam a the work at the me Chine shop of Pinegrove Street All orders or communications by mail will be or Puy attended to. D. Karmany. Lebanon Lebanon co., a. Lebanon August 8,1860. have appointed a. Major amp brother my agents i or the purpose of carrying Ontha above business. D. I Karmany. Lebanon gust 8,1sg0. Vav a Goow of Tust received at the store of l. K. , in Cumberland Street Lebanon a. Selling or Selling off an Niju Cement t�1 Cash b0y�5bs. Will save 30 per gent. Ladies mrs oooo French Merino und Coberg. # ,. Fancy and Black Silks from 50 cents to $1 50. Delaine from 10 to 20 rents. 1-awns from to 1h cents. Mohair Plain from 16 to 37cents. Valencias from 8 to 1g cents. Menus and boy s weak Black cloth from to 00 to $4 50. Fancy Ami Black Cassimeris from 50 to $1 50 ladies cloak cloth from $1 00 to $1 60. Cott Buades Rorri la to 21 cents. Domestics. _ Muslin from to 1 cents. A Check from 10 to 12 a a Euta. 1. Ticking from 10 to 16 cents Cali Coes from to cents. Gingham from 10 to 20 shawls Spring shawls front $1 00 to $4 00. Black Tibet shawls from $2 00 to $4 00. Notions notions 1 parasols and umbrellas from 50 to $2 00, stockings from to 75 cents. Hoop skirts from 25 to $1 50. Handkerchiefs Iron to is cents Linen and paper collars. A an assortment of read made clothing carpets carpets groceries and Queens Are. Provisions. Sugar cured Ham and Mackerel. Fruits fruits a dried apples dried plums. 1 dried benches dried elderberries a sold to suit Tho times by y a Al k. Laud Emilon. N. B. A All kinds of country produce taken in Exchange forgot Van. L. K. L. Lebanon. April a 1kg2. National hotel late White Swan Mace Street above third Paula. This establishment offers great inducements not Only on account of reduced rates of boarding but rum its Central location to the avenues of Trade As Well As the afforded by the several passenger railways running past and contiguous to it by which guests can pass in und from he hotel to the different Railroad depots should they be preferred to the regular omnibus belonging to the determined to devote Tny whole attention to the Comfort and convenience of my guests. Terms $1 25 per Day. It d. C. Si12gkist, proprietor formerly from Eagle hotel. Lebanon a t. V. Rhoads clerk., phila., March 12,1802. Owen Law Bac ii so new Cabinet Ware rooms and chair manufactory. A Morhet st., 2d door North of the l. Valley Railroad largest manufactory and Best assortment of furniture and chairs in the county. Filhe Public is respectfully request x de to Bear in mind that at these Ware rooms will be found the heat assortment of fashionable and handsome furniture and chairs. Persons in want a i any kind would Best Call and examine Bis Stock before purchasing elsewhere. Which being All of his own work he warrants to by better than any offered in this place. Prices will be lows a than at any other place either in the Borough or county of Lebanon. All orders promptly attended to and speedily executed at the lowest prices. All persons purchasing Furnis cute from him will be accommodated by having it delivered to them to Day part of the county a amp be of charge and least injury As he has procured one of the Best Cusa Ione furniture wagons especially for that purpose. Coffins made to order and funerals attended at the shortest notice. Lebanon sept 13, i860. Latest news of the cheapest and Best goods Ever Sou st Lebanon boots shoes hats Caps car the undersigned has opened one of the Best a3 i sort mints Ofa rat i hats Caps boots shoes. Trunks Ling bags amp a. Of All kinds \ Jug f of the Best materials which he will a Quot Quot of at prices to recommend them to purchasers. Of the hats in has Quito a variety of new styles embracing the Washington Stanton Burnside Dupont Mcclellan Stringham and Monitor hat. Very Beautiful and very Hesp. Of Caps he has a Complete assortment of All Tho new styles got up in Superior manner with Fine finish women a misses and children a Balmoral gaiters Congress boots slippers and All other kinds menus and boys Balmoral. Oxford ties Washington ties Congress boots and All other kinds worn by them including boots and shoes of the different varieties at his cheap store n Walnut st., next to the county prison. J9st thankful for the Liberal encouragement of the Public heretofore i would invite All wishing anything in my line to Call and examine my Stock before making their purchases. Jos. Bowman. Lebanon april 23,1862.p. taken and work made at Alp it notice. Stoves stoves. Tow is the time to buy your stoves before cold ii Winter is Here and the Best and cheapest place is at the. Lebanon stove tin and Sheet Ifon Kanu Fao tory of James n. Rogers. Two doors South from the Lebanon Bank where can be had the largest and Best assortment of parlor. Hall Staves Ever offered la Lebah it. Gas burners for Parlours or bed Chambers of Bis own Maka. With a general assortment of parlor stoves and a Large variety of the Best cooking stove in the county or Borough which he warrants to bake or roast Wash boilers Cou tartly on band of All sizes and the Best a. Coal by Eck i its the largest assortment the heaviest Iron and the Best made in Lebanon. Also a Large Stock of tin Ware made of the Best material and in. A Workmanlike manner. As he is a practical Workman and has had an experience of Twenty five years he Feela confident that be can give general satisfaction. Ahe takes this method of returning his thanks to his numerous customers for their Liberal support and he Hopes by strictly a tending to his own business and letting other Peoples alone to still receive a share of Public patronage. James n. Rogers. 43f particular attention paid to All kinds of jobbing such As roofing spouting &o., and All work warranted for rats. Mice a touches. Ants. Bed bugs Moths in furs. Woollens. A. Insects on plants. Fowls. Animals a. Put up in 25c. Mic. And $1 00 boxes. Bottles and flunks $3 and $5 sizes for hotels Public institutions a. A Only infallible Renn Dies a free from a not dangerous to the human j. It Niue but of their holes to �?Tft2l�poltl wholesale in a a Large cities. Sold Byall s hf.nxrein51 of All worthless imitations. To so. Use that a a costar so name is on each Box Bot Glennd flask before you buy. To get. Address Henry r. Costar Pia Cipal depot 482 Broadway n. Y. Is Skidby j. L. . Wholesale and re Fig a Tail agent Lebanon a. \ much 4, 18b3.--6m. Henry amp Quot Stine have now opened ii Weir Large and very5 handsome assortment of Similie striped plaid and Plain Mozambique Shepherd plaids Sohaili Detainee foulard Poppins ac., a. Also a full Stock of mourning goods such As Tam marines barges Crape Morete Grenadine barges All woo Delaine Challies ac., ac., which Are Worth looking after for they certainly Aro a or atm Larnin. Black and White Chento plans Black and Plain plaid pop bins i Lilac Blue and Green plaid Blackard White Delaine Rich plaid Poppins Rich Chene Poppins a a a. Silver , very bands one at the gelded sign of. Henry a Stine Cornor of Cumberland and Market Btry its. Lebanon May 14,1862. Reading rail roam summer arrangement. Great trunk Une from the North and North West for Philadelphia new York Reading Pottsville. Lebanon Allentown Easton ac., a. Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia. New York. Reading Pottsville. And ajl intermediate stations at 8 a. M., and 2.00 p. Passing Lebanon 9.13 a. M., and 3 08 . E new express leaves Harrisburg at 2.15 a. A. Passes Lebanon at 3.15 a. M., arriving at new York at 9.15 the same morning. Fares from i Risburg to new-York$5 15 to Philadelphia $3 35 and $2 80. Baggage checked through returning leave new York at 6 a. M., 12 noon and 7 1�. M., Pittsburg express. Leave Philadelphia at 8.15 a. M., and 3 3j p my a passing Lebanon at 12.17 Norm. 7.7 p. Am express at 1.1k a. Sleeping curs in the new York express trains through to and from Pittsburgh with it change. Passenger by Iba Catawissa Railroad Leaveta Sana at 8.50 a. M., and 2 16 p. For Philadelphia new York and ail Way Points. Trains leave Pottsville at 9.15 a. A. And 2.30 p for Philadelphia. Harrisburg and new York an. Accommodation passenger train leaves pearling it 6.00 a. Mand returns from Philadelphia at 5 00 p. 51. Ail the above min run daily sundays excepted. A sunday tray a Naves Pottsville at 7.30 a. M., and Philadelphia at 3.15 a m. Commutation tickets with 26 coupons at 25 per cent Between any Points desired. Mileage tickets Good for 2000 Miles Between. All Points at $46 35�?for families and business firms. Season and school tickets at reduced rate ado and from All Points. A us pounds baggage allowed each passenger. Pin sengers Are requested to. Purchase their tickets before entering the cars As higher of res Are charged if paid in cars. A. A.ntcoll5, april 29,1863. General superintendent. The Secretary of the Treasury has authorized me to continue my Agency for a Brief period a and until further notice i shall continue to receive subscriptions. To tins loan at at my office adj at the different sub agencies throughout a the Loyal states. Jay Cooke subscription agent. 114 South Quot third Street july 15,1863. Philadelphia. 800 c. Carmans 800 South West Tarnef eighth and Chestnu manufacturer ask Reales lit. Menus furnishing goods the latest style of a rivals scarfs. Neck tie amp a Philadelphia july of 1863.�?8m. Notice. 1-uits in to notify All get up Mere and Cabinet makers. That no Bill for coffin will be paid by the directory of the poor for poor person dying within a i Arlo of fir e Miles of the poor House l All such is will be with coffins free of a Ipp use on cation to the Steward at the poor Llou App i John a Bowman i a. Elias Walborn. A direct m of to. Geo. Zimmerman j a the poor May 27.18h3. J. Red lion hotel. Shaffer town Lebanon county a Keath proprietor. The a that in Shaft Erston and that to will be us dds our Tain comfortably and pleasant a a to enter him with a Call. The House a a ��?oi.&Quot"81 or Tod choicest. He Souiera share Oft etu Blic too Shuteff Erston May 6 1863. k Heath. New Cabinet a cd c Hal / r it Jim it a c Tok p re me subscriber respectfully informs the Public that x be has the largest and beat assortment of Furni turn end chairs Ever offered to the Public of Leb it anon county. He Baa on band at his Cabinet Ware rooms in North Lebanon Borough nearly opposite Zellery hotel and a few doors South of Borgne iria a Idle did assortment of Good substantial and fashionable Farlor cottage and chamber furniture consisting of Sofes Tete a tees lounges what not parlor Centre pier card and common tables a msgr dressing and cd Inmon bureaus bed h. Steady work stands Kitch Toebben furniture of All kinds. Also a Large and elegant variety of Fth Janch bags Spring Sbar chairs comm it a Spring seated chairs All kinds of Spring heated rockers. Also Windsor Cane seated. And common chairs and rockers of every description. �3u All goods bold Low and arranged to give persons desirous of knowing the character of the goods Here offered for Sale can be fully satisfied of their durability by reference to those for whom he a my us amp ctn red or to whom sold. J old furniture and chairs repaired and varnished. N. made and funerals attended at the b to test notice. Joseph Bowman. North Lebanon september 19, i860. A a to the pubic. A the under signed having taken the Large and Comno Dious hotel in Pottsville known As the House worm respectfully announce to his old friends and former patrons that he is prepared to Acconio Date All who May favor him with their patronage. The Mortimer House has been newly papered painted and refurnished throughout and the Para off a tor feels warranted in saying that it to unsurpassed by. Any hotel in the Borough of Pottsville. For Comfort and convenience. To pains will be spare to Render it an agreeable comfortable stopping place for strangers and travellers. A the stabling and shedding attached to the hotel Are sufficiently Large for the accommodation of the horses and carriages his guests. The hotel is now open for Thea reception of the Public he will be Happy to accommodate air who May give him a in 5k Feger Pottsville a i 8, 3863, proprietor. Administrators . Notice to hereby Given that tetters of adm Nistra Tion on the estate of Samuel mint�513r,late of South Lebanon twp Lebanon county pa., have Beer 1 granted to the under signed residing in the township. County and state aforesaid Alf persons indebted to raid estate will please make payment and those having claims will present them without delay. Christian by Duchek administrator. A South Lebanon aug. 5,1863. Saponi Fier of consent Tate i Wyo it the family soap maker. The Public Are cautioned against the 8purious articles of Lye for making soap ac., now offered4br Sale. The Only genuine and patented Lye is that made by a he Pennsylvania Salt Jianu fact King company their Trade Marii for it being a �?~sapon1f1er. Of concentrated the. Great Success of the article has led unprincipled parties to Endeavor to imitate it in. Violation of the company a patents. ? if n All manufacturers. Buyers or Sellers of these 9pu. Uius Lyes Are hereby notified that the company have employed As their attorneys George Harding Esq of phila., and it Ltd William Bakewell Esq., of put Borg. And that All manufacturers users or Sellers of Lye in violation of the rights of the company will be prosecuted at once. A a a the sap Onifer. Or concentrated Lye is for Sale by All druggists grocers and county stores. 1 a take notice the United states circuit Coart w to Stern District of Pennsylvania no. 1 of May term in 1662, in suit of Tho Pennsylvania Salt 31 an u factoring company w. Thos. G. Chase decreed to the coir Penny on november 15,1862. Tie exclusive right Grant de by a Patent owned by them for tie sapon1fler.�? Patent dated october 21, 185. Perpetual injunction awarded. Tiie Pennsylvania Salt Lagat factoring Gomp air. Offices 1-7 Walnut Street . Pitt st. Anil Duquesne Way Pitts Burr. April 2b, 1863.�?3m. A Arendahl amp co. Rope building nos. 13�, 133, j35, Duane Street new Youck. Are prepared consignment of Wax l and give their attention to the Sale of the dims advances made in desired. Moderate rate of charges for commission Insu Lanos t i a a and brokerage. Jinyi 1863.�?3m. Blank receipts for collectors of state co Finty and militia lax for Sale cheap at the advertiser office. Also for collectors of school tax. A a. Whiskers Peua Treaua sgt stimulating unguent a or a French Cream for baud Heads and Bare faces Tinucci berated article is warranted to Brinsont a l full set of whiskers on the smooth of to face or a Fine growth or hair on a Bald head in less than a in the a and a Slin no Way 8tai�?o of a a Winte the a in 1. The French Cream m manufactured by or. W Png be of nth i Pari it 13 Thow Niy reliable Artw of the s a d3��?oc> a her warranted in every Case ,., work face $1.00. Imported amt for Sale whole Aie and retail by a Thos. F. Chapman to amp la ros8wti p. Bor of the unguent a Stofa add amp a by Posta a Ina 11. On receipt of priced and is cents f0� july 1,1863.�?4t. Fashionable tailoring removal. Quot two of Man we Ald respectfully info the citizens of ii Banon. That by has Pinta. Bis tailoring Bosinis to curl. Aramast of Market Street a of Tell hotel where All Perseus who wish a Enta Milf a teu name bars fete re and i it Hil a fit i n to Quot to received and for Sale the j of Spring a summer fast of lat lors wishing the a gluons should let the us hectic i �?T80 that 1,9 can make his Arra Gemei accordingly. Mich a Hoffman Prii 10.1861. George hoffmans Lebanon county a ___i�3l Hansfo Tati in line. By Lebanon Valley Railroad particular attention will be paid to of orly a i de by the he Banou Valley rail Man Quot so a sent daily to and irom Philadelphia to leis �i1 town and station and Ali other and a is a a a a a a a a a a a Mara the proprietor will particular. the icety4&Quot a gtd is a j�o��l0�99 be Behai ways u Tuuu at a i third Sec. Philadelphia july 11, _ j -�?1hep Hoffman. A great Battle a a Lic attention in�9�"30 Kip a Large Well asserted Stock of doth eng on hand which when examined always f because our goods Are made up in our own is Mentin the fruity and in a manner Chatta Kealam the country and gives aug Stomm because by the offic Ilutice we have in in a a goods Weare enabled to sell on Elotte or a sri camper than any a else in this Treall at i Friend and Lebanon april 24, Hubb a

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