Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
2 Dec 1863

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2 Dec 1863

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 2, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaThe Corner. The difference Between slaving a i Atli property drawn by a professional surgeon and having knocked out miscellaneous by by Atwall upon a pavement is Jority e slight verbal distinction after ally one is debts a and the other accidental. A the Canadian press is crying out loudly against the outrages committed by the a negroes upon the female portion of their Community. Two of them have been condemned to be hanged on the 11th of december for these outrages. The crime is said to be fearfully prevalent in a the Western parts of upper Cannada and the provincial Penitentiary is full of such a criminals. By at a London police court lately a Man was charged with stealing Lead from an empty House he admitted to the Constable who apprehended him. That he had taken the Lead and added mournfully it certainly is a very paltry . For tin my time i have broken in and robbed jewellers ships. See what it is to be re a diced. A As the Deputy sheriff in a Western county was rapping to secure the silence 6f two men who were talking one of them Rose and said to the judge a May it please Quot yer Honor it is impossible for gentlemen to Converse if that Man is Al a Jawed to make such a an Ametter naturalist offers a Reward a to the Man who will furnish him a live specimen of the if it was Ltd Only a Brick that he wanted he probably could have found it in his hat which would have answered the purpose just As Well Bat or no Bat. An orator perspiring freely in a husky voice said a in Short ladies and gentleman can Only say that i wish i had a a a window in my bosom that you might see the Emot dans of my heart a the newspapers printed the speech leaving the a by out of a a a if you put two persons to sleep in the ame bedroom one of who has the Toothache and the other is in love you will find that the person who has the tooth a ache will go to sleep first. Two gentlemen fishing Sharp boy appears a a a Well sir got any bites in a a lots of Ems yes under your Raee Between boy and sundry stones boy a a Little ahead. Mrs. Partington is delighted that Prince Alfred would have nothing to do with foreign Greece. She says she always thought he had much Beetter stick a to his native lie. hotel and livery stable keeper at a fashionable watering place advertises among other induce ments to visitors sociable for Young ladies and gentlemen and sullies for mar vied the Allentown Democrat publishes the following item in us last Issue under the court proceedings a Commonwealth is. Samuel. Frankenfield the defendant an old Man 77 years of age was indicted for fornication and Bastardy on oath of Polly Frankenfield who is the widow of defendants son. Defendant declared himself innocent but the jury thinking otherwise found him guilty and the court sentenced him to a Fine of $ and the usual lying in expenses and maintenance of the child. _ general Burnside is now a private citizen. He retires with near a million in Bank to his , _ big thing to be commanding general if they retire from service like Burnside further comment is unnecessary the Lincoln Chase contest has a extended into women a department. Mrs. Lincoln having got a new French Rig with All the posies costing 84,000. Miss Gate Chase a sees her and goes her one better a by ordering a Nice Little 86,000 arrangement a 83,000 love of a shawl. Go it greenbacks. While it is yet to Day a Dayton Ohio Empire. Or. Secretary Chase in his speech at Indianapolis the other Day said a a this great nation must be born again a we Are afraid it will prove a Nigger a baby with a Green Bach. The Board of new York it appears that ladies who have their Dainty pets poodles amp a when they go to a hotel to Board for the Winter expect though they do not so say their pets to be included in their Bills of Board. An evening journal says. _ the greatest horror has been created in an Uptown fashionable hotel by a strike a on the part of the hotel for 81 per Day for the Board of the pet or the poodle. The dogs Board is now 87 per week a the a a cite ment among the ladies with the poodles is now tremendous and there even is if possible More debate and indignation about it than in the strikes of the great machine shops the Drivers amp a. Almanacs 1864 for 1864. Lifters Lancaster almanacs English amp German the Reading almanac German the philadelphian. English amp German j the lutheran do the German reformed Church do the Tribune do. English 1an he had Olio Tafale and retail at the cheap Book v store of Waltz amp Hook Lebanon. Lebanon nov. 18, is63. A just dec eyed a the Young Parson. A highly interesting work by a Young clergy Man a founded on fact. A Rich ,2q for Sale at Waltz amp Houcks cheap Book Storo let it. Nov. 18, �?T63._ fancy frs fancy furs 11 John Fareira. No 7t�-\rch is reel below 8th, mute a rec Philadelphia. A importer Mim fac Tunrer of and dealer in ail Hinds 01 fancy furs for ladies and child Rente Wear. I wish to return my a thanks to my friends of Rind Tea amp surrounding j counties for their very ? Liberal patronage extended to me during the. Last few jeers and would say to them that i now have in store of my own importation and manufacture a very extensive Assort Mentor full the different kinds and qualities of fancy furs for ladies and children that will be worn during the fall and Winter seasons. Being the d direct importer of All my furs turn eur Tope,.and having them All manufactured under my own Eupert Ision enables to to offer my cml towers and the Public a much handsomer set of furs for the same Money. Ladics please give me a Call before purchasing 1 please remember the name. Number and Street. John Fareira no .718 Arch Street. Philadelphia. A a it ,m63.rettu a 1 1862 new styles. 1862 style of ii ats a and Caps for men and boys for 185s to which the attention of the Public is respectfully inv Tod. Mats of nil prices from the cheapest to the mos costly always on stand. He has also just opened Asylee did assortment of summer hats embracing such n Straw Panama pedal Pearl Holt leg Horn Senate curiae and a others. Toj ii will also wholesale All kinds of hats Caps ac., to country merchants on advantageous terms. Lebanon april 30,1862. Fashionable tailoring removal. Michael Hoffman would respectfully inform the citizens of ii Banon that he has removed his tailoring business to Cumberland Street two door East of Market Street and opposite the Engle hotel where All persons who wish garments made up in the most fashionable style and Best manner Are invited to tailors a just received and for Sale the n. York and Philadelphia report of Spring a summer fashions. Tailors wishing the fashions should let the subscriber Knour of the fact so that he can make his arrangements accordingly. Michel ii Offman. Lebanon april 10.1861. Merchant tailoring. O s. Ramsay in fun Este building Corner of cum of by land Street and Doe Alley has Ort hand and for Sale either by the Yard or made to order a Large lot of a _ cloths Cassimeris and vesting Well elected from Good houses. Good fits and substantial making guaranteed to All. Also handkerchiefs cravats gloves hosiery suspenders fancy and Plain Linen shirts under shirts Aud drawers. S. S. Ramsay be Fanon april 9. 1862.860 c.ca8maky, 860. South West Corner eighth and Chestnut manufacturer and dealer in men s furnishing goods the latest style of cravats scarfs Aeck ties amp a Philadelphia july 15, 1863.�?6m. Read made clot inc will be sold at extremely flow prices. He Abek one of the firm of Raber amp bros., has taken the Stock of ready made clothing at the appraisement which will enable him to sell lower than anywhere else can be bought. Cull and see for yourselves before you make your fall Purchase. Three doors West from court House. Lebanon sept. 25,1861. Henry rarer. Lebanon Valley Institute. At Annville Lebanon county a. Tp1 j. Burnside a. M., principal the ensuing session will commence on monday july 21st. The 12 school has the advantages of a plea sit and Beautiful location spacious buildings Yeut mated rooms a Fine Library and Cabinet. The course of study is not fixed the studies of each Pupil being directed according to the time lie can afford in school or to the profession to designs to Pur Buo. The Normal department offers special advantages to those who propose to engage in teaching As the course pursued conforms strictly to the requirements of the county superintendent and to the course of the state Normal school. <521, circulars and further information can be obtained by addressing the principal. W. J. Burnside june 25,1862._aunville, a. A great Battle is soon expected to take place in Virginia. But notwithstanding this the people must hate clothing and we would respectfully set Forth our claim to Public attention As follows it a a t # a because we keep a Large Well assorted Stock of clothing on hand which when examined always Pense. Because on goods Are made up in our own establishment in the City mud in a manner that takes Down the country and gives All customers amp City appearance. Because by the facilities we have in buying piece goods we Are enabled to sell our clothing 25 per cent cheaper than anybody else in this neighbourhood. We have just received a Large Stock of Spring and summer clothing and invite our friends and customers respectfully to Call at Reizenstein bros., opposite the court House. Lebanon april 24,18 32. A Boot and shoe store. Gym Jacob Credel respectfully in a i forms the Public that he still Conlu nes his extensive establishment in his new building in Cumber Hinds where be Hopes to Render the same satisfaction As heretofore to All who May favor him with their custom. He invites merchants and dealers in boots and shoes and everyone who wishes to Purchase fashionable Ana durable articles in his lice to Call and examine for themselves his Large and varied Stock. He is determined to surpass All com petition in the manufacture of every article in his business suitable for any Market in the Union. A due care taken in regard to materials and workmanship none by the Best Quality of leather and other materials Are used and none but the Best workmen Are employed p. returns his sincere thanks to his friends for the very Liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on him. He Hopes by strict attention to Busine Asand endeavouring to please his customers to Merit amp share of Public patronage. Lebanon july 3,1861. Lebanon Academy Rpike undersigned hereby inform the Public that the 1. Lebanon Academy is not intended exclusively for the youth of the Borough but it always did and still does receive pupils from abroad. Lately also the directors have improved its general character and elevated its Standard by refusing to admit pupils without the necessary qualifications and by their continued care they Hope to raise this school to its paper place in the estimation of this a limited number of pupils of the proper Grade can be admitted from the country by applying to Jacob Capp presid it. Joseph Karch Secretary or to Cyrus b0ger, teacher. 405s tuition for common and higher English branches latin Aud greek. $2 per month. Lebanon aug. 26,1863. Lebanon female Seminary Rachel Ross principal. Julia Ross musical department. Mrs. A. J. Jimis0n, drawing. Ryphe ninth session will commence september 3,1860. 1 this school is designed to elevate the Standard of female education and to offer Superior advantages at a moderate Cost. The school year is divided into two sessions of five months each. Charge per session from 732 to 15 dollars according to thestus Dierof the scholar. Extra for music French latin and German. Particular attention Given to the musical department. Instructions upon the piano Melodeon and guitar and in singing. Pupils not connected with the school will be waited upon at their Homes of Cost desired and at the usual rates Early application should be made to s. J. Stine or j. W. Mish. Board of directors d. S. Hammond s. J. Stine John Meily j. W. Mish c. D. Gloninger c. Grenawalt Isaac Beck Ley Josiah Funck. Lebanon aug. 21, 1861. To . The undersigned having taken the Large and commodious hotel in Pottsville known As the Mortimer House would respectfully announce to his old friends and for Mer patrons that he is prepared to accommodate All who May favor him with their patronage. The Mortimer House has been newly papered painted and refurnished throughout and the proprietor feels warranted in saying that it is unsurpassed by any hotel in the Borough of pot Bevilie for Comfort and convenience. No pains will be Speed to Render it a agreeable comfortable stopping place and travellers. The stabling and shedding attached to the hotel Are sufficiently Large for the accommodation of the horses and carriages of Bis guests. Ti10 hotel is now open for the reception of the Public. He will be Happy to accommodate All who May give him a Call. Joseph m. Feger Pottsville april 8,1s63. Proprietor. Mutual fire insurance Coin Pany of Yin Volfe Lebanon county pjs nne a. Tails company was incorporated March. 1899, and is now in full operation and ready to make insurance on dwellings and other buildings on furniture and merchandise generally. Also on barns. Contents Stock farm in a Mutual principle managers. Christian Bachman Wiliiam Early jr., George s. Bomgardner to. D. A. Garm an George dunes John d. Beiver it no Al s. Early Samuel Scab old John h. Kinports George Rigler John Allwein Rudolph Herr Joseph of Matz removal. North Lebanon Saddle and harness a Fanti i Acford. The undersigned has removed Jris saddlery and harness manufactory to a few doors South of the old place to the Largo room lately occupied by Binjman amp Bro., is a liquor store where he will be Happy to Seo All his old friends Aud customers and where be Lias increased a Clit Desfor attending to nil the departments of his business. Being determined to be behind no other establishment in his abilities to accommodate customers to has spared neither pains nor expense to obtain and make himself Mastor of every modern improvement a the business add services of the Best workmen that Liberal wages would command. To will keep a Large Stock Ltd hand Aud manufacture at the shortest notice All descriptions of harness such As sad Dlesk bridles Carriage harness kinds heavy harness buggy Whie of the Best manufacture Lief Talo lobes. Fly nets Sueh As Cotton to fasted Linen and a new kind lately invented whips of every kind such As buggy whips cart whips amp. Hames of All descriptions Halter chains Home made traces a. &c., All of which be will warrant to be equal to any that can be obtained in any other establishment in the country. All be asks that those desiring anything in this line should Call at his place and examine Ais Stock. He feels the fullest Confidence in i1�3 ability to give entire satisfaction. Asah orders thankfully received and promptly amended to. Solomon Smith North Lebanon Borough aug. 13. 1862.John Allwein president j Rudolph Herr treasurer. A Joseph f. Matz Secretary. I Samuel Seabold travelling sent. Jacob Schuatterly. Agent Fredericksburg i Banville March 5, 1862.-ly. I or minus Zilai Iron works. Iufoon it pc Perot 1136 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia pa., offer for Sale upon the most favourable terms new urn Beautiful designs in great variety of Iron railings for cemeteries. Residences ac., of wrought and cast Iron and galvanized Iron Hurt brass tubing Iron verandahs balconies stairs counters fountains Gates columns hic Cintz posts. Lamp stands vases tables Flower stands sofas chairs statuary animals and All other Iron works Ofa decorative character. Designs forwarded for persons applying for same will please state the kind of work needed. Sept. 9,1868.�?3m. Books amp stationery a hew rom. Waltz Houck a17 Ould inform the Public that having bought and consolidated the Book and stationery stores of h. 11. Koondel ii a George Walt they Are now prepared to wait of All who will favor them with a Call at the old stand h. H. Roedell a in Cumberland Street where they will always have on a Large Ai Well selected Supply of school Blank and Sun a school books and As an inducement they offer to nor miscellaneous books at greatly reduced prices. A the new York Ami Philadelphia daily and weekly papers and magazines can be had and subscribed for on reasonable terms by calling at their store. Anything wanting in their line will be a cheerfully attended to with promptness and dispatch Lebanon nov. 12, 1862. Notice. This is to notify All Carp Untera and Cabinet makers that no Bills for coffins will be paid by the directors of the poor for poor person dying within a Circle of five Miles of the poor House As All such persons will be furnished with coffins free of expense on application to the Steward at the poor you a. John e. Bowman j Elias Walborn a direct .-3 of the poor. Geo. Zimmerman j May 27, 1863._ John l. Becker. A dealer in a a new Cabinet and c ton 1 Ryphe subscriber jeep artfully informs the Public that x he has the largest a Best assortment of Furni Tuse Aad chairs Ever offered to fhe Public of Lebanon county. He Lias on hand at his Cabinet Ware rooms in North Lebanon Borough nearly opposite Zellers hotel and a few doors Etc the of Borg Era a a splendid assortment of Good pubs Taota a Aud fashionable parlor cottage and chamber furniture consisting of sofas Tete a tees lounges what not Ramga Lor Centre pier card and common tables Kamis amp ssh dressing and common bureaus bed-.jj., steady w ork stains k itch in furniture of All kinds. Also a Large and Elegar t variety of French Back Sprinks seated chairs common Spring seated chairs All a kinds of Spring seated rockers. Also. Windsor soft by seated. And common chairs and rockers of every description. A so a goods sold Low and warranted to give satisfaction. Persons desirous of knowing the character of Tho goods Here offered for Salo can be fully eat Alied of their durability by reference to those for whom he has Tiu a factored or to whom sold. Old furniture and chairs repaired and Varnis cd. N. a Ade and funerals attended at Tho shortest notice. Joseph Bowman. North Lebanon september 19, 1860. And a Wall paper. Has constantly 0� hand and for Sale at Bis cheap Book store on Walnut Street Between the court House and the county jail in the Borough of Lebay non a general assortment of All kinds of books stationery amp a. Consisting in part of miscellany inns and school books Blank ledgers Day books Cash books re Seipt books fuss books foolscap paper j letter paper note paper. Envelopes steel pens Black and red writing Ink ac., Blank deeds. Common and judgment Bonds Vendue notes promissory notes amp a. J also a Large and general assortment of Wale paper Borders w Sissov blinds &c., at Low prices. 1 he has also for Sale a splendid Tat of photographic. Albums and photographs. J. Allo which will be sold on the most reasonable terms to which he invites the attention of the Public patronage. 4�p any Book or article not in the store pro cured at a few Days notice. A a John l. Becker. Lebanon. Oct.28, 1s63. A Wen Lai Baches new Cabinet Ware rooms and chair manufactory. Market st., 3d door North of the l. Vauney Itai Road. Largest manufactory and Best assortment of furniture and chairs in the county the Public is respectfully requested to Bear in mind that at these Ware rooms will be found the Best assortment of Fausio Najjla and hand some furniture and ii aids. Persons in want �1 any kind would Best Call and examine Bis Stock before purchasing elsewhere. Which being All of Hie own work to warrants to be better than any offered in this place. Prices will be lower than at any other place either in the Borough or county of Lebanon. A orders promptly attended to and speedily executed at the lowest prices. All Persona purchasing fur Mutee from him will be having it delivered to them to any part of the county Pree of charge and without the least injury As he has procured one of the Best cushioned furniture wagons especially for that purpose. T3 coffins made to order and fun Vals attended at the shortest notice. Lebanon sept. 13,1860. G. I. Atkins amp Bro. Having United in the Boot and shoe business and Fronia heir determination to be punctual and make none but the beat of work they fee like soliciting a Large of Public patronage. They will always be found at Beirold stand a new building in Market Street nearly opposite widow Jivise s hotel where they will be ready to serve and please their customers. They have now an band a Large assortment of boots shoes trunks carpet bags ac., which they offer at reduced prices psf persons dealing at this shoe Stoke Caule suited with ready made work or have it made to order. Satisfaction is always warranted. Just particular attention Given to the repairing boots and shoes. Lebanon july 3,1861. Atkins amp new Boot and shoe store is fitted up in Good order for Comfort Aud convenience both for ladies and gentlemen. Atkins a Broas new Boot and boo store is fitted up i Good order for comfor tand convenience both tor ladies and gentlemen. Atkins a Bro. Promise to be punctual and will Endeavor t please All who May Call on them for boots Aud shoes 11 Tram w. Hank formerly of Jonestown Lebanon county would respectfully inform his friends and the Public that he has connected himself with or. Lower in the tobacco snuff and Segar business no 146 North treet phila., where he will be glad to receive customers and Wii sell at rates that will prove satisfactory. Philadelphia. May 20, 1863. Latest news of the cheapest and Best goods even sold in Lebanon boots shoes hats Caps Acri he undersigned has opened one of the Best As Al sort ments i ,, shoes. Trunks. Shi travelling bags ac., of All kinds f a Maud of the Best materials which he will4s�g& sell at prices to recommend therit to purchasers. Of the it to he has quite a variety of new 1 styles embracing the Washington Stanton Burnside Dupont Mcclellan string am mud Monitor hat. Very Beautiful and very cheap of Caps he has a Complete assortment of All the new styles got up in Superior manner with Fine finish women a blesses a and Ohil Drenne Balmoral gaiters Congress boots slippers and allot her kinds menus and boy 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 1 b Walnut st., next to the county prison. A a a 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 . Lebanon april 23,1362. P. taken and work made it Short notice. July 8,1861, Fri. Clocks. Thirty Hay fight Hay thirty hour clocks a just received at j. A blair�?T8 jewelry store a a a a a a a Lebanon re. Philip p. ?Tcattly5 fashionable b00t.and shoe maker in Cumberland Street owe door East of the Block h orse hotel. Thankful for the a very Liberal patronage extended to me for the Short time i have been in business i would respectfully Quot solicit a continuance of the patronage of Tho Public. O has at nil times an assortment of boots and shoes of Bis own manufacture on hand which will be disposed of on reasonable terms., a a Eine boots ladies gaiters a. Those desiring a neat Well made article Are invited Leih Bercero a drugstore in medicines Quality is of first importance. J t l. Lemberger graduate of the Phila Jwj a Delphiia College of pharmacy offers to the citizens of Lebanon and surrounding country a pure selection of drugs medicines and chemicals and the first Quality of perfumery Hgt id toilet and fancy soaps embracing the b st manufacture in the country and a Large variety of tooth brushes Nail flesh clothes find hair brushes. Pocket toilet and Fine Combs of Ivory Shell Horn and India rubber. Pure spices. Pure spices. Pure whole Aud ground spices Are offered for Sale in Large and Small quantities at Lemberger s drug store Gay a Sjo a. Fly web seeds you will find a full assortment a no Quot a a forge variety of fresh Garden and Flower seeds at Lemberg Kos. Condensed Eye coff a a trates a Lye soda Ash and Potash in Large and Small quantities at member Ger s drug store. Washing body Quot baking soda Pearl Ash Sal Eratus Cream of tartar pure and for Sale in Largo and Small quantities at Lemberger a drug store if you Are in want of Good washing soap pure White or red Castile soap country soap erosive soap to remove Greaso spots Superior shaving soap buy the same at Leiberger s. Do you want a Good hair tonic something to make the hair grow to cleanse the head and to prevent Fulling opt of the hair if you do Call at Lemberger s. Busses trusses the afflicted Are requested to Call and examine my Stock of trusses supporters amp a comprising a variety of manufacture. To Mars by Sig Tinq a improved Soli adjusting truss.1 a a Marsh so cat menial Bandage. An invaluable article for the purpose. If you Are in want of any of the above you can be suited at Lemberger s drug store. Pure Ohio Catawba Brandy. The genuine article for medicinal purposes to be had in All its purity at Lemberger a drug store opposite the Market House. Anything you want that is kept in a Well conducted store can be furnished you try Lemberger chemist and apothecary. Feeling thankful for the very Liberal Patron age thus Farve celled from the physicians merchants and citizens of Lebanon and sir ounce Ings i again solicit a share promising to use every a Foft to please All. Special attention Given to pier Ciany a prescriptions and Farner receipts and All Medicine dispensed warranted purr always As Good As can be ,/and sold to suit the times. Remember a the address Jos. L. Lemberger druggist chemist and apothecary a feb. 15, i860. Market Street Lebanon a. D. S. Haber a wholesale and retail drug store has been removed to his new building on Cumberland Street opposite the Eagle buildings v Lebanon a. 8 tall e subscriber respectfully Auu ounces to his acquaint Wanees and the Public in general that he has can _ Nutly on baud a Large Stock of drugs a medicines chemicals varnishes perfumery paints Dye stuffs turpentine Glass Ware brushes hair oils extracts burning fluid surgical instruments toilet soap Segara tobacco amp a. Als a variety of fancy articles too numerous to mention which he offers at Low rates and warrants the qualities of the articles is represented. Purchasers will please remember this and examine the qualities Aad pres of his goods before purchasing elsewhere. A a physicians prescriptions and family recipes carefully compounded at All hours of the Day or night by calling at the drug store opposite the Eagle Hiu drugs. On Suu Hajj he store will be opened for the compounding of press Netious Between the hours of 7 and 10 of clock a. M., 12 and 1, and 4 and 5 p. Lebanon. Aug. 13 sb2. David s. Raber. The Emily ph1sical degeneracy of a Meric an people. Just published by or. A. Stone physician to Tho Troy lung and hygienic Institute. A treaties on the causes of Early by Seal decline of american people the Causo of nervous debility. Consumption and Maras us. This work is one of High moral tone written in Chaste yet thrilling language and appeals directly to the moral consciousness of All parents ant guard if inv especially detailing scientific and reliable Daw and treatment for cure. It will be sent by mail on the receipt of two 3 cent Stamps. Parents and guardians fail not to Send and obtain this Book. Young men fail not to Send and get this Boob Tref in ladies you too should at once secure a copy of this Book. A word of solemn conscientious adv co to those who will reflect. A class of maladies prevail adv fearful extent in the Community dooming at least 100,600 youth of both sexes unusually to an Early grave. Those diseases Are very imperfectly understood. Their external manifestation or symptoms Are nervous debility relaxation and exhaustion Maras us or wasting and consumption of theft sues of the whole body shortness of breathing or hurried breathing on ascending a Hill or a flight of stairs great palpitation of the heart asthma bronchitis and sore Throat staking of the hands and limbs aversion to society and to business or study dimness of Eye sight loss of memory dizziness of the head neuralgia pain in various Parte of the body pains in Tho Back or Liibs Lumbago dyspepsia or indigestion irregularity of the bowels deranged Secre Tio Nof the kidneys and other glands of the body As Leuco Rohoza or Fleur Airbus a a. Likewise Epi Iep by hysteria and nervous spasms. Now in ninety line eases out of every one Hundred All the above named disorders and a Host of others not named As consumption of the lungs Aud that most insidious Ami wily form of consumption of the spinal nerves known As takes do sales and takes resent Eric have their seat and origin in diseases of the Pelvic viscera. Hence the want of Success on Tho part of old school practice in treating symptoms Only. Or. Andrew Stone physician 60 to Tsoy lung and hygienic institution is now engaged in treating this class of modern maladies with Mio Moat astonishing Success. The treatment adopted by the institution is new it a based upon scientific principles with now discovered remedies without minerals or poisons. To e facilities of cure Are such that patients can be cured at their Homes in any port of the country from accurate descriptions of their Case by letter and have the medicines sent by mail or express. Printed interrogatories will be forwarded on application. Consumption Catarrh and diseases of the Throat cared aft Well my the Rismo of Tho patients As at Tho in Titi in a on by sending the cold medicated inhaling Balsamic Yap Oas with inhaler and ample directions for their use. And direct correspondence. Ask patients applying for interrogatives or advice must enclose return Stamps to Cut attention. A the attending physician will to found at the institution consultation from 9 a. To 9 p. M., each Day. Sunday in the Forenoon. Address or Andrew Stone physician to the Troy lung and hygienic Institute and la Hyrick in for diseases of the heart Throat and lungs 96 fifth Street Troy n. A jan.-14, is63-�?ly. _ i to give me a trial. Childrens shoes of every variety of hand. Heavy All work warranted. A Harpa 7nade moderate work made to order repairing and a Lebanon july3,1861. New store i he undersigned would respectfully inform the Cit a Wens of Lebanon and Vicinity that lie has Cut Rcd into to Boot. And shoe business in Walnut Street South of the buckle hotel Lebanon a. Where he keeps on hand a Large and Well assorted Stock of All kinds of boots and de will p make to order All a kinds of boots and shoes and at very Short notice. He Al-80 keeps on hand a _. Large and Well aaa Ort de Stock of leather such As red and Oak sole leather calf 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 webs. Awl Blades knives punches hammers pincers rasps constantly on band an assortment of lasting threads shoe nails Peg Breaks Sand Stone pegs bristles kit and shoe tools of every description. Having been engaged in the business More to Btu Twenty years he feels satisfied that he can give satisfaction to All who will favor him. With a Call a Shoemakers the country will do Well by calling on Bim before purchasing elsewhere. A Samuel Hauck. Lebanon May 21 1862 a wanted to buy50,000 �0 000 bushels Cofton 50,000 busboys Oats 50,000 bushels wheat. Also Clover seed Timothy seed flaxseed for which the highest Cash prices will be paid at the Leb anon Valley Railroad depot Lebanon. V Geo Rob Hoffman. Lebanon july 17.1861. A Market Street hotel. Corner Market and Chestnut streets Lebanon. John Matthew proprietor. Having taken the above stand Long occupied by or. Leonard Zimmerman. I will spare no pains to make the travelling Public who Stop at it perfectly comfortable and invite All to give me a Tiiu a the House is Large Aud Well arranged be table supplied with the Best seasonable edibles thebe a stocked the choicest Luora. Aud the stabling Large and Coin-s3odious,j0un Hai tuls Lebanon april 9,1862. A a Lebanon Mutual insurance Compa 11v. Located at Jonestown Lebanon co. To the property holders of the state of Pennsylvania a gent Lujo in your attention is respectfully solicited to the following Low rates of insurance of Tho Lebanon Mutual insurance company who Are transacting business with the most flattering evidence of Public Confidence. There sources of the company Are ample to indemnify those who May take advantage through its Agency of the Means afforded them of being protected against jobs by fire. The Board of directors Are practical business men Well and favourably known and enjoying the entire Confidence and respect of the Community in which they live. Our company is perfectly Mutual and we invite your careful a Tention to the following Low rates Ashe Are determined to insure As Low As any other responsible company taking into consideration the character of the risks incurred our charter being perpetual enables is to is sue policies which never expire which obviates the he Cassity of renewal every 3 or 5 years. The company has now been in successful operation for nearly 6 years and All its losses have been promptly paid to the satisfaction of All parties concerned and in fact it has been and still continues to be the wish of the directors to have the company conducted on honest and economical principles. V Raes of insurance. Dwellings Brick or Stone slate roof $0,15 $100 do do shingles is a a do do log or Frame ,20 a a do barns Stone or Brick 20 a a do do log or Frame ,20 a a do store houses Brick or Stone ,25 a a do do log or Frame ,30 do hotels boarding houses Brick or Stone ,25 a a do do so log or Frame ,30 a a do academies and school houses ,25 a a do churches and meeting houses ,20 a a do printers books and station eries ,30 to do Book binders ,50 i do tailor shops ,25 do Shoemaker Aud Saddler shops ,30 a a d Silversmith and watchmaker ,30 it do tin and Sheet Iron shops,30 a a do groceries and provision stores ,30 a a do tanneries ,30 a a do Hatter shops ,30 a a do grist Mills water Power j35 a a do saw Mills do do 35 k do drus stores ,80 a a do Smith shops Brick or Stone 30 a a do do do Wood 35 a do amp Cabinet of Tkv a Shopf ,40 Ltd Wagoner and coach maker stains ,40 i do Painter and chair maker shops ,40 a a do Oil Mills. ,40 a do Clover Mills ,40 a a do foundries of Wood 35 a a do do Brick or Stone ,30. A a do. Merom Udise in Brick or Stone build nos a a do a Flo. In wooden do .-25 do fur if ure1��?~brick�?Tor�?Tstdne? -,15 a a do do in wooden .20 a a do stables a Sheds Brick ,20 a a do do do wooden ,25 a do livery amp tavern stables �?T25 a a do All communications should to addressed to j. 6 a Heilman Secretary Jonestown Lebanon co., a. Office at the a Black horse president John Brunner Esq vice president a. Rank treasurer Geo. F. Meily. Secretary a. G. Heilman. Jonestown March 4,1863 a a a or. Sweets infallible Liki Mejt to the coach making establishment ? met so est say i id Atkins bho/8 new Boot Aud shoe store a a a Ryphe undersigned at his manufactory at the 1st toll Gate a mile East of Lebanon has on band very Large Stock of Beady made vehicles. Indi a a by Rogis Rock a ways carriages sullies &c., made out of the Best materials and by first Rato workmen. Frony Dislong exp i Uncein the business and Iris determination to allow none but Good work to leave his shops be feels confident that he can give to customers the most Complete satisfaction. Much of the materials used in manufacturing the above vehicles were purchased before the raise in the Price of articles and lean therefore sell cheaper than i by other a stable Shine it in the county. done at Short notice and at Low prices. Persons wanting anything in this line Are invited to Call and examine my Stock before making their purchases. Daniel Fulmar. Hardware at Cost. Ryphe subscriber offers Bis Large and Well selected a Stock of hardware. Paints oils &c., it �,0�t for cd tsp. Parties who have settled their accounts to april 1,1861, will be allowed a Liberal credit on who have not settled will find their accounts with a. S. Ely esq., for immediate settlement and collection. D. Karmany. Lebanon july 17,1861. North Lebanon steam grist i Grain wanted Flahie undersigned will Purchase All i., kinds of Grain such As wheat Rye Corn. Oats. Amp cd a at their steam Bull on the in Iota. Canal for which the highest Market prices will paid in Cash. 4��?o All kinds of customer work will be Dowie at the shortest notice and in the most satisfactory manner. Tho Public is respectfully invited to give us trial Felix Light Gibbon Light David l. Light Noi til Lobaton May 21, 1862. A Wati Ohal h0tbl. Late White Swan v. Race Street above thirds Piula. Rosmis establishment offers great inducements not on a by on account of reduced rates of boarding but rum its Central location to the avenues of Trade As Well As the conveniences afforded by the several Ssenger railways running past and contiguous to it by which guests can pass to Mil from he hotel to the different Railroad depots should they be preferred to the regu Lar omnibus belonging to the mouse. A am determined to devote my whole attention to the Comfort and Ca Venica dec of my Gueste. Terms $1 25 per Day. D. C. Sirgi test proprietor formerly from , Lebanon. A t. V. , clerk. Phila., March 12, �862. A Jittie Imp bakery Effie undersigned would respectfully inform the Citi i a sub of Lebanon that rehab commenced the bake ing business in All its varieties at his stand on Cumberland Street Lebanon nearly opposite the Buck hotel and will Supply customers with the Best bread cakes &c., a. Flour received from customers and returned to them i n bread at Short notice. Cob , of Ali kinds fresh and of the Best Quality constantly on Hon pand furnished at the lowest prices. Thi Public is invited to give me a trial. Leb non nov. 9,1859. F. H. Ebur. Jacob e. L Zimmer mails first class Uain kiss Simiu and ha1r-Dyb-ing Saloon Market Street near Cumberland and opposite the . Being thankful for the Liberal patronage heretofore extended to him he would respectfully solicit a Eunus Arrance of the same. Lebanon july 2,18d2, n. Saloon will be closed of sunday. Take notice. Builders will do Well by calling on j. H. Bressler agent As to is prepared to do All kinds of tin roofing spouting and Job work generally at the very lowest prices. He also has on hand a Large and Good assortment of All kinds of tin Ware and All of the most improved Gas burning Cook ups stoves and parlor stoves. Also All the in Mem different Aud latest improved ranges and Heaters of All kinds. He also keeps ecu statly on baud a Large Stock of All kinds of roofing slate which he offers at less Price than they can be bought of any other slate men in the county. Warh-r00ms�?one door South of the a Buck hotel a Walnut Street Lebanon a. Lebanon december 25, 1861. A amp Jiam Sherk. A David 8. Long. A new firm cheap Cash store and milling and Grain business. Rpike undersigned having formed partnership in the l mercantile milling and Grain business would respectfully invite the attention of the Public to their establishment. They will continue to keep at the late stand of Sherk Geesaman k Long a Frost Complete Stock of All kinds of goods a Pushy kept in a country store which they will retail cheap for Cash or country produce. They also want to by for Cash 50,000 bushels of wheat �0,000 bushels of Rye 20,000 bushels of c0rn, v 25,000 bushels of Oats. For which they will to highest Market they will also take Grain onto Rama. The will trap always on hand and sell at the lowest prices Coal by the boat Load or by the ton All kinds of Mill feed. Salt plaster 4c. A a Tucy solicit Tho business of All their old friends and the Public and will Endeavor to Deal of such Liberal and just principles As will give satisfaction to All. Sherk amp Long. North Lebanon March 19,1sq2. _ a Fortune for All either men or women no Humbug but an a smelt new thing. Only three months in this country no Lap trap operation to Gull the Public but genuine Money making thing read the circular of instruction Osze Only and Yon Wilt understand it perfectly a lady Hajj just written to me that she is making As High of Twenty dollars some Days i giving instructions in this thousands of soldiers Are making Money rapidly at st. No person hns to be urged to patronize it. It is a thing that takes better than anything Ever before offered. You can make Money with it Home or abroad a on steamboats or rain a he Cir is and in the country or City. You will to pleased in pursuing it not Only because it will yield a hands Orai income but also in consequence of the general admiration which it elicits it i Aye go amp much All profit. A Mere trifle is necessary to st a Holb. one person out of thousands who Over pays any attention to advertisements of this kind thinking they Are humbugs. Consequently those who do Send for instructions will have a Brood Field to make Money in. There is a class of persons in this world who think that because they have been hum bugged out of a Dollar or so that everything that is advertised is a Humbug. Consequently they try no More. The person who succeeds is the one that keeps on trying until be hits something that pays him. This Art Cost me one thousand dollars and x expect to make of fit and All who Purchase the Art of me will do the same. One Dollar sent to me Wil insure the prompt return of4u Carduc it of a instructions in the Art. The Money Villi be returned to those not satisfied. Address Walter t. Tinsley a. No. 1 Park place new York. October 28,1863.�?3m. Great remedy Fok rheumatism gout neuralgia Lumbago stiff neck and joints sprains bruises cuts and wounds piles headache. And All rheumatic and a nervous disorders. For All of which it is a speedy and certain remedy Aad never fails. This liniment is prepared from the recipe of or. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut the famous hone setter and has been need in his practice for More than Twenty years with the most Aston fishing Success As a al�.�v1�t�& 6f pain it is unrivalled by any of before the Public of which the troit sceptical May be convinced by a single trial this liniment will cure rapidly and radically. Rheumatic disorders of every kind and in thou Sands of cases where it has heed used it has never been known the Faux for Onku Kalmia it will afford immediate Relief in every Case however distressing. It will relieve the worst cases of headache so Hoffee minutes and is Wai ranted to also will it cure instantly. Niobe Eyota debility and general Lud Assito arising from imprudence or excess this liniment is a most Happy and unfailing remedy. Acting directly upon the nervous tissues it strengthens and Revivi fies the system Aud restores it to elasticity and vigor. It Fob an external remedy we claim that it is the 5&s� known and we Challenge Tho world to produce an equal. Every victim of this distressing complaint it a trial for it will not fail to afford immediate Relief and in a majority of cases will effect a Radical cure. Quincy and sobe Throat Are sometimes extremely malignant and dangerous but a timely application of this liniment will never fail to cure. A t a. Sprain5 Are sometimes very obstinate and enlargement of the joints is liable to occur if neglected. The worst Case May be conquered by this liniment in two or three Days. A betties cos wot this sober to cers Babns and scalds yield readily Fco the wonderful Healing properties of or. Sweets infallible liniment when used according to directions. Also chilblains frosted feet and insects bites and stings. The All sufficient three. The great a american known As genuine preparations Viz. Helmold a extract a Quot. Ltd Sarsaparilla a a improved Rose Wash. Helmboldt a genuine preparation a highly concentrated compound fluid extract Bucu a positive and specific remedy of talk or. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut the great natural Bone setter. Or. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut is known All Over the United states. Or. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut is the author of a Cdr. Sweets infallible liniment a or. Sweets infallible liniment cares rheumatism and never fails. Or. Sweets infallible liniment la a certain remedy for neuralgia. Or. Sweets infallible liniment cures Burns and scalds immediately. Or. Sweets infallible liniment is the Best known remedy for sprains and bruises. Or. Sweets infallible liniment cures headache mediately. It was never known to in or. Sweets infallible liniment affords immediate Relief for piles and Seldom Faite to cure. Or. Sweets infallible liniment cures Toothache in one minute. Or. Sweets infallible liniment cures cuts and wounds immediately and leaves no scar. Or. Sweets infallible liniment pm the Best remedy far sores in the know world. Or. Sweets infallible liniment has been used by More than a million people and All praised it. Or. Sweets infallible liniment taken internally cures Colic crop or. Sweets infallible liniment is truly a a Friend in need a and every family should have it at hand. Or. Sweets infallible liniment is for Sale by All druggists Price 28 cents. A Friend in need. Try it or. Sweet s infallible liniment As an external remedy is without a rival and will alleviate pain More speedily than any other preparation. For All rheumatic and nervous disorders it is truly a fallible and is a curative for3ores. Wounds sprains Stu Aisea c. Ite soothing Healing and powerful strengthening properties excite the just wonder and astonish meat of All who have Evere Given it a trial a Over Ono thousand . Or formed by it within the last two years attest the oct. To horse owners. Forry a sfas infallible liniment. A Naved by any ind All in rates of lameness arising from sprains bruises or wrench hour in a certain. Harness or Saddle , fat Mange it will Ais curo speedy. Spavin and ringtone May be easily Prev fitted Aud he vol j Al air �?~vi�?T-1,-11 Stas Quot it but confirmed cases Are a by .1 Pomaib a to of a Radical cure. No cose of Tho kind however a so desperate or hopeless Bat it May be alleviated by thie liniment and its faithful a Pic at of will always remove the lameness and enable the horses to travel with comparative Case. Every Llort owner should have this remedy at hand for its timely use at the first appearance of lameness will effectually prevent those formidable chose fees to which ail horses Are liable and which Render so Many otherwise valuable horse nearly . Sweets a infallible liniment Soldier a a Friend and thousands have found it truly a Friend in need caution. To avoid imposition observe the signature and like pubs of or. Stephen Sweet on every Label and Al so a Stephen sweets infallible liniment blown in Tho gloss of each bottle without which none at. A a Blue. Richardson a co., g sole proprietors Norwich it. Morgan i Allee general agents a a. 46 Cliff Street new York sold by All dealers everywhere december 3.1862.�?ly a Quot pensions. P. a it to a a inn. A a a it Atrat. Novt Dot to j o a has of Lebanon. Much 25tb, 1863.�?fit,office. $5 employment 7-5 it agents wanted it my7�j li�i7 , Agen Milan ghz bladder kidneys gravel and drops Cal swellings. A t if he Medicine increases the Power of digestion and excites the absorbents into healthy action by which the watery or cancerous depositions and Alt unnatural enlargements Are reduced As Welt As pain and inflammation and is Good for men women of children. A Helmboldt a extract Bucu for weaknesses arising from excesses habits of dissipation Early indiscretion or abuse attended with the following stvptox3 r Indis petition to exertion loss of Power. Long of a memory. Difficulty of breath lug weak nerves trembling. Horror of disease Wake illness. Dimness of vision. Pain in the Back Universal lassitude of the Flushing of the body muscular system eruptions on the face Hof hands pallid countenance dryness of the skin. It these symptoms if allowed to go on which this Medicine in variably removes soon follow. Impotency Fatu Ity epileptic fits in one of of which the patient May expire. Who can they Are not frequently followed Liy those insanity and consumption Many Are aware of the cause of their suffering but none will confess. The records of the insane Asylum and the melancholy deaths by consumption Bear ample witness to the truth of the a Quot the Constitution once affected with organic weakness requires the Aid of Medicine to strengthen and invigorate the system which Jetem Bolius Ectra of does. A trial will convince Tho most sceptical. Females females females old or Young. Sing la married or contemplating marriage in Many affections Peculiar to females the extract Buchett is unequalled by any other remedy As in Chlorosis or retention irregularly painful Ness or sup pression of the customary evacuations ulcerated or Schir Rous state of the uterus Lenco Rhea or Whites sterility and for All complaints incident to the sex whether arising from indiscretion habits of dissipation or in the. Decline or change of life be symptoms above. No family Eho Tod be without it. Take no Balsam Mercury or unpleasant Medicine for unpleasant and dangerous of a Helmboldt a sex trivet Bucu cures secret diseases in Al their stages at Little expense Little or no change in diet no inconvenience and no exposure. It causes frequent despite and gives strength to urinate thereby removing obstructions preventing and i curing strictures of the urethra allaying pita and in Fibroma icon so frequent in this class of diseases and sex polling poisonous diseased and worn out matter. A thousands upon thousands who have been the victim of and who Hare paid heavy fees to be cured in a snort time have found they were received and that the a Poison Quot has by the use of a powerful astringents a been dried up in the system to break out in an Aux a valid form and a a perhaps after marriage. Helmboldt a extract Buchli for All affections and diseases of the urinary organs the his Otter Ngsun male of female from cause originating and no matter # a or How Long standing dues cd of these organs require the Aid or a dui Rorric Heln Ibold a extract Bacon. ,.is the <3 r2at diuretic and it is certain to have the desired effect in All die Quot Quot Quot for which itis recommended. Blood blood blood Uel meld s highly concentrated compound fluid extrand Sarsaparilla syphilis. Pipe and other mucus snrface7 it a i78� pm burifii�?othe0rdira .hcimbold�?T8 extract Sar Bepari Flie san Al scaly eruptions coir to a 6 complexion a Clear and healt to pmed expressly for this class ? blood purify no properties Are preset Sarsaparilla j1 e 15 Tau aay other preparation Alejin bold a Kose Wash. An excellent lotion for Dot by Nan of a Syphrit it Tia 3 Ture and As an injection in diseases of the urinary gaos arising from habits of dissipation used in amp Section with the extracts a Bucu and Sarsaparilla such diseases As recommended. Evidence of Tho most responsible and ral mate Char ter will a a comp amp a the medicines u certificates of cures &ifsntjriyn�i7m8rdin a with a of Macau see professor Dewees valuable 1 Tice of physic. On the i ick Quot s�s9 by the the a it a a it a Ted or pm see e�t�?octsar�7-i-- iia 1 by Uiel or blk for 5 improved Liese Wash. 50 a to cure he a my Obsta Natar which wi11 be 8a�c hered to. A a tin ate cases f directions a. Isryation.3 10 any addre6s> Bee utely packed from pssstesi1�?o�?o��?o�?T�?o�?��turns. A perennial to affidavit. In to Mercury no �paratl0118 contain no Nar 1 r Isis a or �thor.gqriou8hd�l� a a set a a a bed before mssfj1 Al a. V vie Hibbard. A spot 104 South tenth beware of counterfeits n a attained by Elm bold a genuine preparation it i a a extract Rucha v a a a Sarsaparilla improved roae Wash. Sold by ail a rugrats every who a. A a quote a Jyi bomb of Irso Wakeho i avoid a�.,�3xsrtl�?ome�?ot a mud Send Lor �22, smok and expos dry. Brsdwayxwyo8"�?�401&Quot Wal la i883._y,

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