Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
10 Dec 1862

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10 Dec 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 10, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaA Fly a shot thug advertiser office Lebanon Penitz a Tea establishment is Tiow supplied with nil a Tensive assortment of Job Type i which will be inc renal a a the a it no ii i pc in Janefs. It Gnu now Tuni Oil to printing of a tec description in a and expeditious a my on tit a . Sue i As pamphlets a checks business cards hand Blus i �cular3,, Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of pare a tickets., amp a. Of psf deeds of ail kinds. Common and Jwj gent boxes school Justice constables and other a lacks printed correctly and neatly on the Best in Jour constantly kept for Sale at. This office at prices a to Psi it the subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a year. A address Psi. M. Breux Lebanon a. Blink cd shawls cloth Woolen clothing of All colors dyed let Black or Blue Black pressed Tho color War fluted and or oils turned out equal to til a by. Lyon Lembe Ugaku. Vinat Elf to oter. Articles to be dyed can be left at Jos. L. A Ember Ger b Druff fat Ore where All orders for the above will be attended to. Fob. 5. 1sc0 a _ he _ Haik it Street hotel a Corner Market and Chestnut streets Lebanon. John mat Lhito proud motor. A i no stand Long Owci Pual let a. Or Leonard Jim la Biman. I will spare no pains to a i Tjce Fife a Blip who atop at u. Perfectly . Am invite All to Civo �10 a trial. Tho House is Large and m of arranged. The table supplied with the Best seasonable edibles the iter Stock Fri with a to liquors Aud the stable Large Anil com snort our. John matl hrs. Leb Tiou. April 9.1s62. Is Amilt police. A a Tostige w hereby give that the pc Sidon and directory of the Lebanon bunk make application to Tho legislature of . At their next . renewal of and an Extension of the privileges of the said Bank now enjoyed with that is to name tule location and capital of $20u Loti. By order. A a. Uii lit. Cashier. Lebanon. Va., june 2t>. 18g2. S. W. Feticngiuco., Voi -37 a Park Roto hew York it pc 6 state. St. Boston of a agents for the a a advertisers in Hose cd Musj and Are authorized to take advertisements and for us at our lamest hates. May 21, 1802. A Quot til 15 new bakery to Lith Wourl respect fury inform tie Citi. Zan of Lebanon that he has commenced the bake Jno Busin Ess in All its varieties at his stand. On Cumberland Street Lebanon nearly opposite the Buck a hotel. And Mill Supply customers with the Best bread. Cal As. Amp a. Amp a. Flour received from customers Aud returned to them in bread at it dirt notice. .go2s Section Fries. Of All Kinda. Fresh and of the Best Quality constantly on a Btl. And furnished at the lowest prices. Tit Public is inv itch me a non. Nov. 9, 1s59. F. Ii. Edwyl. .131 my a i Safi. A respectfully Anito Unco to the citizens of of Lebanon and Vicinity that she Lias open us. A fashionable millinery and Mantua making . In Markor Street 2d door above Izill of. A new Stock just received and opened for inspection embracing a full assortment of milk. Crape and Straw bonnets. Bonnet trimmings. Ribbons Flowers a. Lab anon. April 1/. Isl. A tor air or Gican Itic. Richie undersigned wilis Ellor Exchange for a Small Al Farsi his Desi Rabi House and Jot of ground in East Street. Laist Lebanon. The House is a Ira to new twos Orv Brick Witt Kitchen attached All Well built and Well arranged with All Neces Ull sary conveniences. Also Cistern Bath House bin Oke House. �11 kinds of Emit Trees ac., to the or crisis. This property if not Sohl. Wll be exchanged a above. Good and Indish Tabie title Given. For further information apply to James n. Rogers tinsmith. Lebanon. July 10. I�b2. Latest mews of the cheapest and Best goods. A Eye a sold Xiv Lebanon Bools Mai oct hats a ,.&c. F iinds nil Crsp Gnetz has Ojie cd one of. He Best As Al a ointments of 11 ats Caps boots shoes. Trunks. Travelling bag a or ill kinds / Hal of the beat materials which lie will he Vaell at prices to recommend them to purchasers. Of the hats he has a a la it to 11 variety of Quot amp new styles embracing the Ivan a ii Ngou. Bin non Bui Ensulo. Dupont Ait Kiellah lint very Ghean. A tabs lie ipad it cml no tiv n5tjrtmcnt�?oorttrrrjt75 Iview st yup in in anger. With Fine finish to Iuen a i sees Aud Chil i end a Baun Orais gaiters Congo Cha boots slippers mid All other kinds men a a tid boys in Almontes Oxford ties Washington ties Congress boots and All m yol. 14�?no. Lebanon. A wednesday december 10 1862. Whole no. 703. Elijah Lonc Acee. John o. Oakl. Lebanon door Sutsh Kef us planing located on the Stem Alonse Road near Cumberland Street i amp it Lebanon. Rpm la undersigned respectfully inform 1 the Public in general that till Mauu facture and keep on loud door Sash shutter. Blinds. Flooring weather boards. -0 gee Spring mouldings of All sizes. Wash boards. Cutting. Subs cornices and All kinds of building materials for houses. Ivy Aho construct the latest Aud most improved Stair fusing and nud railing suitable for Large and Small bin slings we now invite Farmers. Mechanics and builders to Call and examine our Stock which to will warn it of give entire satisfaction to nil who May favor Tho under a lined with their custom a. Longa Ciui amp Gabel. Lebanon april 23.1s02. F. is also All Kinda of turning at the same Mill. Planing. Sawing. Ac., promptly done for those who May Urush lumber. A a a. Fashionable tailoring removal. Michael hoi i an would Myronn the citizens of ii Bunon. That he has removed his tailoring business to Cumberland Street two doors East of Market Street and opposite Tho Eagle hotel where All persons who wish garments made up in the most fashionable style and Best manner. Are invited to Call. To tailors in just received and for Sale the Anil Thalau Ellna report of Spring a Suu Wei efts Noi a. Tailors wishing the fashions should let the subscribe cd know of the fact so that lie can make his arrangements accordingly. Mini Iju l ii Offman. Lebanon Primo. 1861. A g. Weigley comot Issow a for the a a be of butter eggs cheese. Tallio Laid poultry game dried fruits Etc. No. 170 reads Street one door above Washington new York. References Robb amp Ascough new York Allen amp brother do w. W. Selfridge esq., do Jones v Shepard do slam soil Laba Cli Ampf a Riugi Ltd. Do Samuel o. Johnson do w. M. Lures Lin esq., Leunen h. Betz. Canton Ohio w. C. Curry amp co., Bankers Erie a. Usu. John Stiles Allentown a. October 29, 1892. Mati Ohai. Hotel Flate White Swan Hace of Rcd above third Phila. Rpm establishment offers great inducements not on a. By Oil account of reduced rates of boarding but front its Central location to the Avenius of Trade As Well As Tho Eon veni aces Altor ded by the several passenger railways running in st Ami contiguous to it by which guests can pass to Ami from he hotel to the different Railroad depots should they be preferred to the regular omnibus belonging to the houses i am determined to devote my Wool attention to the co Kifuri and Eunyve Nicco of my guests. Terms is 25 Pell Day. D. C. St leg it i st. Proprietor formerly from Eagle hotel. Lebanon a t. Y. Rhoads clerk. Phila., March 12, is ii Wood. Coal to to Isaik amp a f 9 i b undersigned have purchased the coat and Wood j. Yard of Daniel . Merchant in Walnut Street North Lebanon Borough near the Union canal where they will constantly keep on hand a urge Supply of a la kinds of Coal we Ich they will Felt. Wholesale and retail. By the Boatload or by the too. Also Cord Wood Hickory. Oak in. Also and rails which will he sob in Large or Small quantities at the most reasonable prices. Coal or Wood will be punctually delivered by the undersigned to any place in town or Vicinity. The Public Are invited to cull Aud anti Szartory and punctual attendance will be Given. Grain Grain Grain 1 wanted. Any Quantity of Grain wheat Rye Oats Corn closer and Timothy seed will be purchased by the undersigned at the highest Market prices for Cash or in exch Ige tor Coal Wood amp a. A a it Jonathan go est Man Christian o. Mrs ily. April 24. 1sg2.__�_� Rcd a Trade �,s.oxe9iai4ji 11 do be sold at Quot Quot r try of a it Lcy 1 a Job prices. 11 1 "1 �?~1 �0 of <1>0 ii 11 f t 1 to apr amp broa., Lias api Omant Lnu i in a a nth 1,,,.k �?ot., anywhere else can be might. Other kinds Wenru by then including boots and i selves before you make Mir kill Pur Climso. Shoes of the different varieties at his cheap store n j gig three doors West a rom court House. Walnut st., next to the county prison j la la Allon �?T-��1861 a 11kxlty Kal tilt Fly a thankful for the lib Tal encouragement of the Public heretofore i would invite All wishing in my line Aud examine my Stock before Wmk in their purchaser. Jos. Bowman. Lebanon april 28,1s62. P. taken and work made at Short notice. Ill say am of Lark. David 9. Long. A a Mew firm cheap Cash store and milling and Grain business. A 11mie undersigned having formed it partnership in the Al mercantile milling and Grain Busl Ess would respectfully it Tutte the attention of the Public to their . They will eur utile to keep at the late of Dud of silly Elk a Shaaman amp Long a most com jete Stock of All kinds of goods usually kept in a country store which they will retail cheap tor Casl of country produce. They Flo want to in y for Cali Kojjo he hels of w h eat 89,000 of Rye 20,900 bushels of Corn 25,000 bushels of Oats. For which they will pay Hie highest Market 5&ey Quot 111 also take Grain on storage. The will keep always on band and sell at the lowest Price Coal by the boat Load or b a the ton All kinds of 311 la feed Salt plaster . 4��?o they solicit the business of All their old friends Ami the Public Endeavor to Deal on such Libra-1 and just principles As will give satisfaction to a amp Long. North Lebanon March 19,1862. Fancy furs Holiday presents eng lib Ard amp Schell importers of watches new York have just received a invoice of the most elegant styles of watches unit has Ever been imported into this country and Ofir them at one third less than the usual prices for much inferior style. We would Call at Tention especially to us 18 Carat Gold Hunting cosed Levor of Superior elegance usually sold at $85, which we can $35. The invoice includes also Onnon face 18 Carat Gold watches of Superior excellence and great Beauty usually sold for $35, which we offer Lor 53$. Thus tue watch precisely but with Hunting Cage usually sold for from $4� to 50. We sell for $28, Stiver watches. A t Odies size. Open face usually Rule for a is we sell for $10. Lori Ign sue. Linting Case usually sold for $28, vre sell for $12u. Are Verv Beautiful. Gentl Smeu s open Luce usually sold for $15, vre sell for $0. open face usually sold for $18, to sell for $11. Gentlemen s open face usually sold for $20, we sell for $12. _. Gumti Onieu s open face usually sold for $25, we sell for $14. A a a gtd a. For gentlemen s Hunting do. We charge $2 to $2 More. A the army Patch. These wore order cd expressly tor Tho army and Aro deemed suitable in every respect. Nev consist of. Aery Eteng it style Sot Silver he nun 8 i i re from to of Hon tag t 1 t la gains. R jew $10. 14. U. My a a heavy Gold plate on Sih these last Are in Herb. . Also a new style �h0ll.pattern watch the i with Gold and to the most by Amiri we Limaye Ever seen. 1 Lenin my s u t cd to fill orders also for every Variet at much la amps than the us at prices. A w amp pay All charge a Oil goods sold by Money Niy be sent either m registered in ters or by express. Adores eng amp Schell 34 Liberty st., by new York november 19, 1892. The Bee hive store. Rilke subscriber 1ms gain returned from the City and j. Is offering the largest assortment of dry hoods. Groceries and a. R Queens Are i the Donn to to ii Mong which arc prints for 8, 9, 10 and 12 cents , from 12% to 20 Gingham lower than in the City i a Large assortment of shirts and soldiers blankets a by Dies dress goods. Merinous. French c0burg3 Silks Black and Eiser Rcd Delaine plaid striped amp Fig do Lustres of nil prices. Balmoral skirt. Ladies amp misses hoods and nubian. Menus Ware. Cloths and vesting Beaver cloth for Gocr Coats. Shirts and drawers. Also carpeting checks and ticking. Go cribs. Molares sugar Coffee and Cacese fresh Mackerel and spices. The subscriber would advise those in want of goods to make their purchases Sia every indication shows that Cotton goods will Advance consider Blythe High Price of Cotton must raise the goods a her. The manufacturers Aro con hued to pay Tho Price of Cotton and an Exchange of 40 per cent on foreign. When the Stock is once reduced in. Will raise those imported goods considerably. Now is the Jiniv to get g ods at a fair come anti see the largest Aud cheapest Stock i the county. Aole Umbuge j. Lock by. Lebanon. Nov. 6, 1802. Ask am s. , attorney at Law in Funcich a Bui ld1.yg, second Story in the rooms lately occupied by John 11. , Lebanon a. Lebanon april 30,1862-6tn. Cyrus r. �ii1&lkr, 1� Walnut Street nearly opposite the Buck Lotc. And two doors South from karmany�?T8 hardware store. La Bauyu april 9, 18�2.-ly.s.&Quot&Quot a ill c air a m7�?� attorney at Law Otto cd in Timberland Street. In the room lately occupied by we. A. Debb esq., Lebanon la a. A Eba Noti jul get a 1802. , i ium.1 of a Vvs Jiray p4vg�g7i�mv%.v. .ssl�?ovy7w�mt. A a burning with poetic one or just a a mesas , August 28, 1801, fancy furs Jolin fan Ira to. 718 Arch Street below eighth Side. Phit no Ulph a i m port e h amp 5� a n u f a to u it 15 of Ami dealer in All kinds of fancy furs for ladies and child. Re no a Wear. T desire to say to my i friends of Lebanon and surrounding counties. I that i have nov in Stork i Oue of the largest and r most Reaut Ful Assort mints fall Kivuls and of fancy a this or ladies and Ohio lbs 71�?Teari that will be Wom during this fall and a Linier. My fur were purchased in Europe previous to the fipe in just firling j2r$angtt a d the new duty imposed on nil furs. Imported of . X we Ould Siso state hat As Long to my Stock lasts i will offer it at Pricw proportion Fri to what to goods eos a me will by impossible Lor me to Lei Kurt and Manu Factura any More furs and sell them at the same prices owing to the unsettled slate of the affairs of the count y. Quot 4�&Quot Bema her the name number and Street John Fak Kika sept. 17,1862-5m. 718 Arch Street la Hilado a. Police. Joseph gt.k1m. Jii Tice of thettace will attend to the Scriv ening business a Styli As writing deeds mortgages. Releases. Bonds. Agreements sir. Ac., at Bis office in Saulberry Street two doors i out of Tho moravian Church in i he Borough of Lebanon. Lebanon january 29,18�2. V. If you want a picture of 3onr deceased Friend enlarged and ooh Rej in Oil Eali at daily a gallery next door Iotha Lebanon deju a it it Bank. A. The Federal government. President Abru min i a cola of Illinois. Vice president Hannibal Hamlin of state William 11. Seward. New York. Secretary of the Treasury Salmon p. Chase. Ohio. Secretary of War Edwin m. Stanton Pennsylvania. Secretary of the Interior Caleb a. Smith Indiana. Secretary of the Navy Gideon we Lea Connecticut. Attorney Genera la Edward Bates Missouri. Postmaster general Montgomery Blair Justice of Sparcino court Roger b. Tanoy m. Wayne Georgia John Catron Tennessee Samuel Nelson. New York Robert c. Grier Pennsy Lvutin Nathan Cliiford 5iussachusetts n. H. Stavne Ohio and two vacancies. Speaker of the House or representatives gain shia a grow Pennsylvania. Clerk Emerson Etheridge Tennessee. President pro. Tem of thu Senate Solomon foot Vermont. Secretary of the Senate Lohn w. Forney. Penna. General in chief of the army George u. Mcclellan. Ohio. A government of Pennsylvania. Governor Aadrew g. Curtin of Centre country. Secretary of tie Ali Shier Union county. Deputy scr Tarj a Samuel d. Thomas Delaware co state try he us Era Henry d. Moore. Philadelphia. Auditor Lunnas h. Cochran York comity. Surveyor general Henry Souther. Elk count. Adjutant general a. M. In he c Philadelphia. Quartermaster general a. Hale to. Superintendent of cot Union schools Thomas h. Burrows la Custer county. A. Judges of super Cine Courtr a to Alzos h. La a no 1 i tuft Burg chitin Justice George in. Woodward Euzeina to duty James Thompson. Erie county Vil Ham Strong Lierka county John a Tchad. T i . Public officers of Lebanon county. Representative 111 Congress a. 4>. Silhi a to Lebanon. Senator Amos u. Boughter. Lehano. Assembly Isaac offer Lebanon. President Jud tree John j. Pearson Harrisburg. Asso Lihte judges Wiiiiam rank Swatara Thomas Kramer Londonderry. District Al Lorneva John Lebanon. Depau do fact Atto,w.iy�?0rantyyeidmau, Lebanon. Sheri a jobs than Batdor Jackson. Deputy sheriff George w. Houck Lebanon. Coroner William c. Fauber in Bayou. . Aud clerk of Oyer Aud term inert Lenry sick rest. Lebanon. Deputy in rot Boutary Jumes Yvo. Ebur Lebanon. Register a Henry Bross. A Pior. A a item order and.cb- of the courts John ii. Miller North Lebanon Boi a a. Clerk of the orphans court Andrew Light North Lebanon. Deputy Cle Kajohn Benson North Lebanon. County commissioners Simon Bultz uni a Robert Evans. Cornwall Jacob ,.saqth Lebanon. Clerk shirk Lebanon. Counsel Levi Kline. Lebanon. Merea Wilhe appraiser pet to loser. Union. _ county treasurer John Allweis. South an Oville. Deputy treasurer John w. Allwen. S. Annville. Dire errs of the in Ooin James Henson. North Lelm icon John. But Luau Loyid Oudit Lii afi u Albom of Tho alms House Edward rus Der South Leban Oit. Treasurer David Bowman Lebanon. I�?~ii3stciau�? or. William a. Gulf owl. Lob Tuon. County auditors Andrew Kox South Lebanon i Lich Burkholder. South an Niue Jacob . Quot notaries Public Adum Rise John w. Mush Jacob Yve Idle. La Baision. County superintend it of schouls Henry Slouck Lebanon. A ordinance amending an ordinance for the establishing of Ulfar Tret. Passed april 2 2d. 1802. Sect. 1, be it a aided and ordained by the Burgess and Council of the Borough of i Obanon that the last clause of sect. 2 of the Market ordinance appertaining to the Bligh Constable a clerk of the Market be and is hereby repealed Aud that the clerk of la Market a appointed by the chief Burgess and of the Borough of Lebanon. Sect. 2. To it for her enacted and ordained that the said clerk be empty were to Wyl hand Trioa Streany provisions or productions a us Curtis vote for his use ail mud produce and inn Keables that May be Short in weight or the aspic. D. A Karmany chief Burgess. Attest cd. E. Miu.. Clark. 2tf. 1662.-3t. a. The Silvert a Row. A tale of Savoy. I upon the Summit of a lofty Cliff in mount Ioinous Savoy stood the Castle of count Kudola frowning in Init in the Sunshine upon Tho pea Elul cottages by Low. Stern rough anti half inaccessible it was a fair Type of its lord the last count of his line. And the sunny brightness so i Vishin Gly poured upon it was truly like the Sweet influence of his Young and , bather and child had the Saine name hut nothing More in common ing there where sympathy is want is but Little Intercourse so that while he regarded ins daughter solely As an heiress ins repelling roughness caused her to Haflin Pori him merely usher guru cd Ian get cd 11 at ural protector. Quot a in Tho deep narrow Valley at the foot of the Lull Lay an., Hua Ihle cottage buried in Shadow 01 its Lusty neigh nor. The old cottage Lillei choir was the minstrel and Wise Man of the entire barony. In those Days the offices were commonly United and the Harper who delighted High born lords and Dames with ins minstrelsy was the 1 posit Oij of a i is ants unwritten lore the whom they a luvs welcomed the seer whom they tet tied Milih in pretended to Little of tire latter character except Wuen it wolfs forced up-011 him or could he 1 ode Clintine Ous to his inti 1 st Albejt i s 1 pied son was a Manly oath. Deeply versed in the Gay science and yet the master of a spirit Well to Lead in the Tio t 1 n is Otsu i a the baud that ran so lightly our the gentle guitar was the hardest m the. Contest surest in the blow. Well worthy was lie to have been a Pupil of Scott a Warrior min Stroil a the Jovial Harper who died at jct Wood air a lie. Booked not he that scoffing Tongue should tax his inns ire with wrong or Call Bis song untrue for this when they tue Anil such rude taunts had cd Flud his Pride Tho Burd of ii Eull be slew on to eviota a Side us fight they Wood and tune Hil hands were stained with blood where still the to Boru a White branches wave memorial o or Bis it Vul a Gruic a of such Mould were the i minstrels of former Days equally ready to exalt their science with sweetness of strength of Arm. The adopted Mother of Al Bart was Foster Mother to Tho count Ess Lilien and thus from earliest childhood notwithstanding the disparity of Timeir conditions As intimacy Hail grown up w Ith their growth Bel veer la be 1 Cituk was Iii ill id a or ants son and the daughter of 4, 1 a goqomu5atx,,. Mountain torrent dashed fiercely along Over its Rocky floor. The Width of this fearful Hasra was not More than thirty feet and the two edges were connected by a Light movable Bridge. This was the Only defence of the Castle on that Side and there at least made it Al Host impregnable. The sport commenced but Albert took no part and looked carelessly on the scene. Almost his entire attention was directed towards the Young countess in watching for a stray look in receiving a Chance smile and More than on be a Var shy innocent glance resting 011 him for a moment sent the blood thrilling swiftly through his veins. He bruised himself for some time until a strange scene called his attention elsewhere. There was a singular or Wilfulness in the archers and one that might have provoked a Milder Man than count Iru Dolin. He Hin self was a Fine Marksman and Felt the disappointment As keenly As could the unlucky competitors. At last As each seemed shooting worse than the one before him he Rose from his seat starting hastily Forward seized a How from a peasants hand. But even his skill was not exempt from the general disgrace. The Arrow struck the target nearer than any. Before it but yet at a Quot most provoking distance from the Centre. The count Shook with Rago and Shamo a bring hither Ray own Cross Bow a he shouted a arid the Silver Arrow. I can do nothing with these awkward things they at least will not a beware count Hudolin a said Mel. Choir a the Silver Arrow is not to be used on Light a and Why not meddler v a no stamped with fury As he spoke. , Noble count that your ancestor received that Arrow from a dealer in magic for a particular Mystic purpose arid the time for that has Long since passed. Think too of the fatal caution which accompanied the gift to use it Only where life or death to the House of Hudolin was concerned for when the Shaft should miss its Mark the unskillful Archer should find a tin his own a Lam not the unskillful Marksman whose Arrow can miss a said the count sternly As he received the Shaft and Bow. This Arrow which had descended through Many generations to the heirs of Hudolin was delicately moulded Virgin Metal. The Shaft was hol and ornamented with e characters and aside from Agio Power commonly attribute a 1 a sur image daring coolness did not fail with a nervous Effort that snapped the Rotten Bough Clear from the tree he sprang Forward As fur As possible into the air. His Only Hope was to catch the Bridge a few feet on one Side in Bis descent and he barely succeeded. His fingers just closed upon the rail and though the sudden Shock in falling nearly swung him away life depended upon his grasp and he steadily maintained it for a he lightly leaped upon the Bridge crossed it and picking the Arrow from the around whence no one i a 1 in a i t i removing it placed it 111 the counts hands. I lie peasants broke into shouts of Triumph. Even the counts harsh be i a Esu in 1 smile of admiration As he said now Gallant Bov ask the Albert to oked steadily at the Young countess until she shivered. Under his gaze he. Stepped Lorwa re and de to take her hand within his trembling with recent Skeiten own. A 1 Omta Ming Merit and conscious of nothing hut the move to of one so miraculously preserved to her love she yielded to the Only impulse of her heart and Kii elea Wilh him at her fathers feet. Count Hudolin whitened with rage at this presumptuous . A storm of passion swept into his heart and almost burst the Frame that was unable to contain it. For a few moments his retainers looked to see him go into convulsions As bad often happened when anything roused his ungovernable fury. At last he spoke a few a words in a hoarse stammering Hiss. A bind acid Dungeon the madman a on with your sports simple fools a without noticing Xii Lien he walked hurriedly to the Castle the Silver Arrow yet in his hands. In his Joy at its recovery he had vowed not to part with it throughout the Day. The Only Reward of its restorer was a Dun a a tilt 9 9uii Usu to Llu . A vol Lviv leu a a a i i it 1 i 01 a it 1 v in i rim rtt examined it reverent a Duilo in. Bhe was uie gentlest Ana. A to it 1 up. R. It.  _____�fi5 fed it in Trio Bow and turned to love est of All Maidens in he did m place take and. St at i Oner a. John solvers would inform the to Niblic that he has of a Ned a Book and station ask y4tork.2 door muh of Zions lutheran Church. Where he is prepared to Supply All who May juror Hiru with a Call. Ksir Tho now Yorac nud in i Ladelphia daily and weekly papers and Mac az1res will cd furn hed at the regular prices. Anything wanted in his line will to cheerful attended to. John ii. Sowers. Lebanon. Nov. 2g, 1862. If you want. A Good picture Loro la in. Only at Dail is a next door to the Lebanon Deposit Wituk. Henry amp Stine save now Laigie and very handsome assortment of lies striped. I Iii Ilam Plain Shep Berd plaids cilia up i ,ac., to. Also la full Stock of mourning a clods such jul am fill tics Areges Crape Morety. Cren Ailine Iku Ege ,11 Wool Delaine Chalitco a. Ac., Wlinich Are Worl looking after for they certainly arc a great liar Ahi Black and Willito chunk Poppins Slack and Plain plaid i o l is Lilac Blue Aud Ureon plaids Black and Wii to Delaine Bich plaid Poppins Al Jujj Chano Poppins Silver mixed Poppins very handsome at the Golden is gig sane Corner of Cumberland and Market streets. Lebanon Muy 14,1862. 11> you a to Atkins a bito/8 new Boot mud shoe store. Banks. Lebanon bank�?1�?~resid�nt. John w. Go Miniger cashier. Edward a. Us or. Teller Conrad Mark clerk. Cart in Rex directors John w Llo Hinger Iii ill Kra a Der. C d. Gio Idaner. Joseph Bowman. M. It Josoph Boucher or. J. A. Jota Woodhart Charles Griemi Valt. Jacob Stoever Samuel Kleist into Jacob Sherter John Heuman i. Lih. Bairn i Becker Jacob Witmer or Quot be Baihui Valley bunk president j in a a or a cashier Joseph Kurch clerk t. O. Fisher directory John goo Rise i. T. Worth. David Kan Nuny John Light. S. Fa., David m. Rank William shirk Josiah a Nek. Joseph Liu Gumti Bernhard Rueh Geo. Kigler Cyrus m. Kial Christian Lyntz Joseph s. . Let anon Deposit bunk in resident. G. Cole Man cashier be wit claim Chile Jacob Maria Gers Simou it Therou g. Dawson Coleman smaller Levi Kline James Young Augustus Boyd George Gleim. Public Sale it of Boroug i pbsop��i5ty. Will be offered it Public Sale it the Public Illonso of Henry Siegrist. In the Borough of Lebanon on thursday. December 11.1862. At 1 o clock in the afternoon. That a a Lush not of ground situate on the Ortli enat Corner of Walunt and water streets in said Borough Frontin a 96 feet. 8 inches on Walnut Street and 80 feet on water. Tho improvements Are a one Story it vet ther boarded. Log Ami Stone House. Tin is a very Desira a a a t,j8 property tor building centrally located by a milling but one Square front the court lie property is at Pes it occupied by John Farrell Marble Yaru. Glt of title and Possession will be Given on the first Day of april 1863. Terms of Sale will be Mode known by Charles Ebbecke. Lebanon nov. 26, 1sh2 _ Victoria Lviv is plaid and striped nans Wiks Pipit and plaid Cambric plaid and dotted mulls Brilliant Marseilles bouquet a amp a. The largest Assort in font. At the store of Henry amp Stine. Tt1�h in Genth Meir s and boys Wear plea Coll it the cheap store of it Lohy a stink. Fits fits fits a i. Kicky has removed ids no. 1 tailoring. Establishment to no. 3, North Walnut Street 2 door North of j. Georges store and Dirc sly opposite the court House up stairs where he will Continuo to manufacture All articles in his line with neatness and dispatch. Particular attention will Burnid to cutting and making children a clothing ac., amp of. Lie solicits a of the very Litas Al pit Romige thus far extended b the citizens of Leb Ait Puiul Vicinity. All kinds of stitching done on reasonable terms on one of j. M. Singer s sewing machines. A work warranted and on tire satisfaction guaranteed. Lab upon july 3, 1861. Clocks. Thirty Way fight Day Iii Rev hour clocks just received at j. J. Blair s jewelry store Lebanon is. Bq0ks& station a try a �1w firm. Waltz Houck Tould inform the a Iblis. That having bought Aud by consolidated Lii Book and stationery stores of to. H. Rondel and George Waltz now Reju Rcd to wait on nil who will favor them with a Call at the old a Tatum if. Ii. Roc devs in Cumberland Street where they will always have on Himl a huge and Well selected Supply of school Bank and sunday school books and is an inducement they offer their miscellaneous Truks it greatly reduced priors. The Nowyk ork and a Ladelphia Dally and weekly papers and magazines can be had and subscribed for on reasonable terms by culling at their store. Anything want aug in their line will be cheerfully attended to Wilh promptness Aud dispatch. Left Muff Nev. 12,1862. Just received 1�?a Largo and splendid assortment of super French English and american cloths Ami Cassimore tor Coats Punta and vests. Call and examine our Slick. We fee confident that texan please. Fricas to suit uie times at a Henry a Stine a. Knew it would disgrace the Itil Iid ship of Noue even Tho loftiest. And no dreams of love had yet entered into the thoughts of either. Their Ages were the same but the matured soul of Albert naturally found itself sustaining her frailer and womanly spirit. This difference compensated for the Equality in years and placed him in the relation which Man instinctively bears to the other sex. Their had always Beer frequent almost daily neither of them dreamed of the inevitable though the peasants son Nobles daughter might be freely together As Foster brother and sister a who could suppose they would Date to form a stronger tie 7 j they were now sixteen and just arrived at a knowledge of the the woman a nature of Juilien a first perceived it and her Reserve her a Setie i rom their usual place of eject ing and above All her tone As she uttered the words a we Are sixteen conveyed it also to Alberto a though yet unworn in the world s ways and trembling with the delicious consciousness of a first love she had sufficient Pride of ancestors Al birth to feel that they must meet no More. But Albert was More hopeful. He too saw the Barrier Between them but he also knew the Power of an invincible Energy and resolved never to yield his Faith. It was several Days Siu Cothey had ast seen each other and both looked eagerly Forward to a Giand fete which the count was preparing to give Iii dependents. Such had been an immemorial custom in the barony and on that he had hardly dared to interrupt lib High his taste j was not in merry makings for the Vojir perhaps he endured it less unwillingly because Tho Jovial unthinking Tenanty would endure a year of oppression More readily alter a single Day of pleasure. Upon these occasions feats of Tvr Estling and a Archery throughout the Day succeeded by dancing in the great Hall of a the Castle amused the people and Delight de not infrequently Tho surly count himself. The morning of the festival dawned and neither the countess Lilien or the Young minstrel peasant Intag hied that their respective files were crowded together within that single Clay. Tho great court of the Castle was Early thrown open for the Vij seals As they assembled Flora every part of the barony. It was the Only Placo a r such of the plat of to thai verge 80 it in the evening the great Hall of the Castle was brilliantly illuminated and and thrown open for dancing. Count Hudolin was there somewhat More composed than he had shown himself a few hours before but with a dais later expression than common upon his countenance. The Talisman of his House was yet grasped in his hands As if he feared to lose it. Perhaps he thought of what Young Albert had gained in Exchange for losing his life. Lilien too was there no longer quietly Beautiful but Dis composed and each moment casting around vague glances which seemed to implore . Melchoir received one and near by that was adapted i occasions. From the Walls Castle itself a Long smooth ground stretched even of one of those tremulous Gorges common in that broken coun was a fissure Between two portions of the same Hill shot ii a Wii for a Hundred feet until where a _ hot carefully draw the Bow string and i As he Abi spily wheeled about caught in his Doublet and of course Rejis Clarg de the Batt. It whizzed swiftly through the air and lodged in a tree which projected right Over the fearful fissure already a mentioned. All hurried to the spot. The trunk of the tree was Only a few feet from the narrow Bridge but where it pushed its boughs broadly out there was nothing beneath them except Tho torrent which roared under the Cliff. The tree itself could be Wasilj climbed by a Hardy Mountaineer but unfortunately the Arrow had lodged in a dead Branch which seemed unable to Bear the weight of a in an. Any attempts from the land to loosen it would inevitably cause it to drop into the torrent. At one glance the count saw ail the Hazard at an attempt to regain the Arrow. Yet As a work of magic whose loss would be followed by a course he could not Bear to lose rather his Castle anything than that on which his life depended. A five Hundred crowns cried he a to Tho Man who will place the Silver us Row in my hands a there was a Wistful but zing among Bis retainers but no one stirred. The count marked this and Tiew what Mist be the Price of Sieb fearful danger. A i will Grant a he said slowly and loudly a any Boon in my Power and consistent with mar Honor which he May at Fiese words he saw i youth at the Back of the crowd break Loose from those who would restrain him. The count continued a the Reward will be Given by Thelian Sof the countess Albert broke desperately from the grasp of Bis friends. If Success was in the Power of Man his Light agile form seemed most like in to obtain it it was easy to ascend the tree up to the Point where the dead limb shot off from the Here to stopped a moment and coolly formed Bis plan. There was no other course than to Advance boldly on the Rotten Branch without any support Over head and to return in the same manner. He stepped lightly and nervously Forward. His Eye was fixed upon the Silver Arrow As it a a a littered before him loosely hanging to the Branch with nothing Between it and the torrent Blit an Hundred feet of air. It was reached and in the youths hand. Had lie moved on without stopping Tho decayed Wood might have borne its Burthen a Little longer but Tho unavoidable pause in grasping Tho Shaft brought his whole weight for an instance upon a particular Point. The Branch he throw Tho Arrow at the counts feet just and the Bough broke from the tree with a crashing noise and fell Down the abyss. Aery of terror burst from the crowd. In that dreadful moment when his solid support gave Way the youths a can you save him father Mel Shpir a a to harm of life or limb must Coine to Albert. I know that which can free and if it comes to the worst 1 will save him then As lie is. Can you talk so coolly of the danger to the son whom Oil lad adopted As your own a countess Lilien he can be relieved Only by your own fall. Do you consent to the sacrifice Bethink you before you speak a. A i need no thought. Say what you know a no. Matter what happens to me. I cannot to More wretched than i am a a then 1 will do it a exclaimed the old Man. A it is time High time that the whole truth was he struck his Harp the Dareing ceased and All gathered around the minstrel for his accustomed song and tale. But when their attention was secured he commenced with the recital of i history addressing himself particularly to count Rudolfo a there once lived a Baron whose life was charmed by a Beautiful and kind lady. She died and left him but one pledge of their happiness. Years passed by and the Young countess arrived just upon the a Cage of womanhood Lovely As her Mother before her and blessed by All. But unfortunately she loved a peasant and this awakened the Barons Wrath the count Hudolin discovering she was riot his child a ,. A Stop a shouted a Lodd voice. 1�?The count placed Hirn see of in front of the old minstrel and eyed him a Melchoir it was of count Hudolin that you spoke speak on now what you have to a i said Melchoir calmly a of the Noble co int ii Dolin and my daughter Lilien. The nurse who attended upon the countess at her death was my wife. Site had been angered by be lady and had vowed a deep revenge which should strike into the very House of Hudolin. This was done by palming off another child f to Liaison go Smiset a family Parbus for town and country is in in via eur and bum filed weekly by we. M. Preslik. 2tl Story of funds new building Cumberland st at one Dollar and fifty cents a year. As Quot Ai it re Imsu my it to inserted at the Asual rates. The friends of the and the Public goner ally an respectfully solicited to Send in . 48h1andb1ll$ printed at an hours Cote Cen Kates of. Postage. In Lebanon Omitty postage free. Ain in Meunsy Graniu out of Lebanon Cortny 3% Cente yer Quarter or 13 Centa a year. Out of this state 6% ets. Per Quarter or 26 Cut. A year if the postage is not paid in Advance. Tates Are Douves or but there was no Trace upon thai soft fresh skin. A this should suffice for you. I demand my daughter it is enough a take her. By heaven false Man i might have known that no blood of mine Coald have sought to mingle itself with a peasant race. Aye bring Forward your Albert. He shall have the very Boon he asked this morning. Stop lie is not your son i have been told that you adopted a he is not my son. I adopted him Many years foce a Melchoir replied. A then in the fiends namely them wed. Summon the chaplain in a few inmates they were duly married. A Melchoir i pave interrupted your Story i will finish it for count Hudolin found she was not his daughter and married to a Chance born who Felt it no Dishonour to mingle his poor blood with that of a traitors daughter. And the betrayed Hian soon worthily punished the t Raitor. Mark that part of the Story false Melchoir. New let this merry making cease. Away All of a my lord count has not quite finished the Story. When the nurse. Gave her own child to the lady she took another a Tild in and that child is Albert whom you Noble count unthinking of Providence in your he Ste have married to my daughter. See upon his Arni is the arro which belongs to the Honse of there was in deed a faint straight Mark which Boro some similitude to an Arrovo. The whole Frame of co int Rudolfo seemed torn with silent yet terrible emotion. Bliefe was no Joy at recovering his lost son manifested in his working features but shame Ajo the degradation of his race in that marriage and rage against him who had caused it. He tottered up to Melchoir and raised his Arm while his White lips whispered a my blood is joined to yours traitor a the blood suddenly shed to his face Wjt i apoplectic fullness lie drop died his a Arm and wavered a moment then fell heavily to the ground. The Shaft which he had held loosely in his hand was pointed upwards and transfixed his body As. Its whole weight pressed suddenly Ripon it. He stirred once and died. A. Hele Hou solemnly we Ved Back the peasants is they crowded Aroi ind the body. a it is True then that this fatal Ari Row when it. missed the target should find its Mark in the Areher a heart let the body be removed. _ Why Doji command in this Hall j in Orit Al As Befu the a u Art lord As the daughter of the countess. Her mistress soon died and who was there suspected or knew More than the confidential nurse a a what proof is there that you do not lie a said the count without manifesting belief or disbelief in Tho Sto by a my own oath and the attested confession of my own wife just before her own death Are sufficient. But there is another kind of testimony to which you would give greater credence the Silver Arrow of Tho House of Hudolin was Given to your ancestor just before the birth of an the child brought with him into the world an Arrow distinctly marked upon this has distinguished All his descendants. You Bear such a Mark upon j our own person and you have heard that your child also carried this sell of its descent. Look Here who bared Tho Fine swelling Arm of Lilien up to Hor snowy should in humanity to soldiers a the Chicago Tribune says there is a sold Ier in the Penitentiary at Joliet a joining Man from Ohio the son and Only stay of a widowed Mother. He is an inmate of a convicts cell under sentence of a military court martial for the period a Folie War and to forfeit All pay. Flis offence was disrespectful conduct to major Baird of the new York regiment disgraced of the Polt Rooney of that officer at hard per a ferry. This same officer has just been dismissed the service for ,. Lie was a brute and a drunkard and acting in both capacities outraged the Yot fog ohioan who resisted and took the major by the beaded in attempt to Cane the a a traitor Success Tell Ata handsome entertainment at the residence of judge Morse in Dayton on the evening of the 2lst, Tiiu Bern operatic ladies of Dayton presented an elegant Gold headed Cane to Hon c. L. A a a la a Dight Mas a Token of their respect and As evidence of their admiration of Bis unflinching Forti tub in maintaining those principles he believed id be right. Yai made s pleasant and appropriate speech of reply r. A commissioner of contraband. A the War department is about to appoint from a. Commissioner to look after the interests of the negro contraband now in charge 6f the . Certainly. Anything to bleed the Treasury. Go in gentlemen. A year of German reformed Church will Eole brate the year 1863 As the third Centennial Celebration of the adoption of Tho Heidelberg catechism As the Rule of it Faith next to Andas explanatory of Tho word of god it having been adopted in the a canc 1563, three Bun dred years ago. The entire year we believe is to be observed As a year of Jubilee a a my a a a a Jugg in illustration of the Power of Imao nation the cause of the old Lari v who watched the vane to see when her rheumatism was going to begin is not equal to that of the store keeper who painted the lower part of his stove fed and saved seventy five per cent in the consumption of Wood thereby during the Winter. The illusion was so Complete that one maa tried to make him pay for a pair of boots that he had burned on the stove. A Gge a a. Darkey a instructions for put tiny on a coat were a Fust the right Arm Den de left and Den Gib our general _ or _ a a there is a Man out West whose memory is so Short that it Only reach1. I i noun Anotle hot via i

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