Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
16 Dec 1863

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16 Dec 1863

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 16, 1863, Lebanon, Pennsylvania n a a i a bks ,51 50 a year Lebanon a. Wednesday. December 16. 1sb3. Home affairs. Or. P. B. Mis h by a commence the practice of his profession in this Bor ugh. A a. Fice in the former residence of father in Market Street. See card. A a morning and evening Ommo Dation passenger train will to placed on the l. V. Branch Railroad on monday december 28. Fyr particulars Reed advertisement. It it. Nicolls is always disposed to do Bis Power j a. A need nce a Ltd Comfort of the Public and this is Only one or Ore of the Many other instances in which he has been prompt to accede to what is believed will he accommodation. Attention is directed to the Valna 1kproperty advertised at Public Sale by Ault in another column. The new York express train now leaves Harrisburg at 6.30 a. M., instead of 3 of clock As heretofore passing Lebanon at about ?,30. Passengers take breakfast Bare. No a Chungo of line in the train going West. A the teachers Institute will meet Fin the court House on thursday the 21st of january and font roue in session three Days. Advertisement next week. As Many of our friends go to Potts Tillo this week with their pockets full of rocks we advise them to be on Tho Lookout for pick pockets it rather a Dikeou raging Etnan of affairs to be relieved of the greenbacks by any other person but Uncle Sam. Or. Stine sold the a a Iii a hotel in this Borough last week to Henry Shonk for $10,000.s. J. Stine and or. Geo. Ross bought last a week the a a Mill property Quot formerly Myers a Shours for $13,500. It is their intention to turn it into a paper Mill. Daniel Dickel sold his House on Walnut st., a now occupied by Samuel Hock to Charles e. Rob Laud for s2,750. George Huffman sold a lot of ground on Wal nut Street oppose to Salem a lutheran Church to Char los , for $625. U. S. Christian commission. There has never been an organization in any country for benevolent purposes that bad filled so important a sphere As do the Christian commissions of the present Day. Wherever the Union army is there Are these harbingers of Good distributing and meeting the wants of our sick and wounded soldiers. Supplying those wants too without stint doing for them All that lies in their Power for soul and body few know to what extent these Sei denying men and women have Laboured and the work is still progressing almost daily becoming More expended supplying a want that Beu. S. Government could not possibly fill with paid these organizations Are sustained by the liberality of the friends of the Sowers at Home and there is perhaps no object More worthy of attention to those who have to give of worldly goods and none from which the Liberal givers will have More satisfaction in feeling that they have done a Good work than in encouraging these philanthropists in their work of mercy. On thursday evening to Morrow 17th inst the u. S. Christian commission will build a meeting according to previous notice. Revds., r. J. Varrin b. B. Hotchkin and chaplain Ambler will deliver addresses. A 1. Tho last named having been a prisoner in Libby prison for 3 or 4 months will be Able to Giro the Public facts of much interest. Let there be a general attendance with a disposition to encourage the Good in a manner worthy of Lebanon. Quot be in ise by times Char thu a Quot Ici Yvor Heath Constitution and if you Are. Suffering with any diseases for which Hemboldt a extract Bucu is recommended., a try it try it try it it wih cuito Yoti a amp Velong suffering Ella Jug pain and inflammation and will restore you to ,.kllela Ltd and i Unity at Little expense t a Iid no exposure. Cutout the advertisement in another column and Call or Send for it. Beware of counterfeits. R ask for hem bolts a. F a take no other. A go res guaranteed. October 28.1883.�?2m. Or Tobias a a 7�?o�notian Xijiu Imen to has Given Universal satisfaction during the fourteen years it has been introduce Donto the United being tried by. Millions it has been proclaimed the. Pain destroyer of the world. Pain cannot be where this liniment is applied. If used As directed i cannot and never has failed Fri a single for colds coughs and influenza it can to be Bent. One 25 cent bottle will cure All Tho above besides being useful in every family for sudden accidents such As Burns. Cuts scalds insect stings a. It is per Dittly innocent to take internally and can be Given to the or youngest child. Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle. Office 56courtland Street new York. Sold by All druggists. Dec. 2, 18 13.�?T�?1m. Saponi Fier or concentrated Lye family soap maker. War makes High prices Saponi Fier helps to reduce them. It makes soap for four cents a Pound by using your Kitchen grease. Caution i As spurious Lyes Are offered also be careful and Only buy the patented article put up in Ikon cans All others be ing . Salt manufacturing vo., Philadelphia no. 127 Walnut Street. Pittsburgh Pitt Street and Duquesne Way. Nov is ls63.-8m. A. The confessions and experience of an invalid. Published for the Benefit and As a warning and. A caution to Young men Ali suffer from nervous debility premature decay of manhood Etc Supply ing at the same time. The Means of self curb. By one who Haa cured id self after being put to great expense and injury through medical Humbug and quackery. ,. By enclosing a Post paid addressed envelope single copies May be had of the author. Nathaniel Mayfair Esq. Bedford Kings county n. Y. May 27, 1863.�?ly. Or. Jno. L. Lyons French periodical drops for females. This valuable Medicine is now offered to the american ladles As the Only sure positive arid never failing cure and regulator of suppression of nature from whatever cause. Particular care should be used to know that pregnancy is not the canse a the drops would surely produce an effect entirely contrary to the course of nature for which i will not hold myself responsible. These drops Are so mild and pleasant that the feeble st can take them with perfect Security yet so powerful in their effects that they May be safely called a never failing regulator. They can be procured by addressing me Aadi rented below. I have used this Medicine for the last and therefore Well know Ite merits. Sold by ail druggists. Price per bottle. Address or. John l. Lyon new Haven Conn. July 23,1862. Rev. Henry s Miller for 9 years the respected pastor of salons lutheran congregation of this place Haa resigned his charge and w Iti remove to Berks county to accept Tho care of several congregations in that Section. Or. Miller is a truly Christian and faithful min ister of the word of god which a not always j the Best recommendation in these fanatical times a and we sincerely Hope that has declining years May be bleed with that a peace and Comfort he so eminently Desmares. A Sale of personal property and farming implements will be held at the farm of John a Ciz. In South Annville township on Friday Fluary 19. Aud another on thursday March 17. 1864. New boric fashions a by yol a a Low clocks with Scarlet hoods Scarlet cloaks i with yellow hoods Blue cloaks with White hoods purple cloaks with Orange hoods and. Striped and Check ered cloaks with Crimson hoods Are All the rage in now York. there Dick and Nancy where Are you going that you arc in such a a hurry ?. just on our. Way to daily a photograph gallery to have our pictures taken. He takes splendid pictures and Bis gallery is nearly All the time crowded so i said to Nancy to will go Early this morning before any body else gets there or we will have to come away again without getting any. i have Huard too that daily a gallery is nearly All Tho time crowded and so Why done to you go to some other gallery ? my i we could not think of such a we Admire the True nil Beautiful picture Tomt daily takes so ranch that we would not go to another gallery if we could get them Fot nothing. Hohas seven years experience in Trio Buell Csc has a Complete sett of improved instruments an excellent sky Light Nap j therefore tips Best pictures n town and so of f course every body that wants a Good picture goes to him. kind of i cures docs to take. Ans a he takes photograph a irom miniature to life size Pfeto or coloured. His card pictures have been Prouo need More truthful and lire like than sonic that Haye been taken in our Large cities. His ambr types. Are Benn Tinl and can t be neat. He Suso excels in copying pictures from Maii . Sud enlarging them almost to and size. A is this uni Lerv t i must give Bim a Call to. come along with Nancy and i and we will show you. It sin Stine a new building next door to the Lebanon Deposit Bank. He has constantly on hernia Good assortment of Gilt Aud Rosewood j frames Jases albums &c., which he Sells i for Good and cheap pictures we advise All to go to i Qai Lerv. Bea ton for the three tim bars. Aro unchanged and there is very about,200 bbl sold at $7 25 @7 75 for Low Grade and Good extra family and $8 25@8 50 for. Fancy do. The Home Trade a re buying at from so 75 3 6 25 for super Fine j $7 00<$7 25 for extra j $7 50@s 6�o for extra family and $9 00@10 Orfi Belfor fancy brands according to Quality. Rye flour is scarce and in demand at $6 50@6. 75. Corn Mea is offered at $5 50 for Pennsylvania and $6 Ltd bbl for Brandywine. is Dull. There Are More Sellers than buyers at previous rates. About 6,000 bus found buyers at $1 64@1 65 for Good and prime Pennsylvania red and $1 67 for Southern do. White is Willand offered at $1 80@21pbus. Rye is in demand with Small sales at $1 35@ 1 37 $ bus. Corn is better. About 8,000 bus new sold at is 04@ l 08 bus for Damp and dry jots. Oats Are in demand with sales at 87 @88o weight. 1,000 bus Barley malt sold at $162 fans. Whisky is fir with sales o f 300 bbl at 8s @9flc for Pennsylvania and Ohio j and 80c for Drudge. is in demand at $7 50 bus and generally held higher. Timothy is Selling at $2 75 Bushel 200 bushels flaxseed sold at $3 15 Bushel. Cattle 2700 head of beef cattle were offered and All sold this week showing a decrease of 600 head on last week s receipt the demand was Good and prices wore rather better although without in Ucb quotable change since last week ranging at from $7 to a for common to Good and extra Quality closing firm. The principal sales were made at $8 and $10 the 100 . offerings 130 Bead,.wore disposed of at $28 to $30 each for springers and $25 to $45 for cows and calves a no change. Hogs were rather better with receipts and sales of some 3800 head mostly at Glass s Union Yard at $8@9 the 100 offerings consist of about 4200 head and the Market was firm sales ranging at 5@ 5ic la advertisements. Or. P. B. A Tush. Having located in Lebanon offers his professional services to the Public. Office in Market 3c., in the building formerly occupied by his father. Lebanon dec. 18, 18c3. Philadelphia and r. Lebanon Mallcy Brandi. On Aud after december 28th. 1863, an accommodation passenger train will be run Between Reading and Harrisburg in addition to the other passenger trains now running on the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Leaving heading at 7 35 a. A. Passing Lebanon at 8 44 a. M., and arriving at Harrisburg at 10 a. Leaving Harrisburg at 5 p. A. Passing Lebanon at Al 15, and arriving at Reading at 7 35 p. Stopping at All passenger stations. The fast mail train leaving Reading at ii 07 a. A will Stop Only at Womelsdorf. Myerstown Lebanon Annville Palmyra and Huin Melston. A�1 passengers will procure their tickets before entering Tho trains. An extra charge is made on All fares paid in the cars. G. A. Nicolls Reading pa., dec 10/63.�?st. Gent supt Quot pii Blic Sale a he nut of Street property. Be Bation a March 11, �?T03. Or. John l. has just received from the City a now Stock of books photograph albums portraits a for the coming holidays. Call and examine at his cheap Book store Onia Alnut Street. The sinking insurance company had their yearly election on Tho first monday of last Mouth at beading Hbeo the following new members of the Board of managers we re chosen to wit Lewis Briner heading Solomon Yoder of Ley George k. Haag of Centre Stanley j. Kerby of Richmond and Peter Spang of Marion. To arms to arms in the citizen Soldier will find a More deadly foe in the brackish Muddy water and Damp night air than in the Roost determined enemy. Holloway s pills so purify the blood and strengthen the stomach and bowels that the Soldier can endure these still be Strong and healthy. Only 25 cents per Boxi 230 to persons claiming for the Bena fit of person who claim exemption from the draft on the ground of being the Only support of in aged Parent we would Stato that there is no necessity for presenting their claims at present As no exemptions will be granted on this ground until after the next draft. This course is adopted because the cause of the exempt Tion might be removed by death prior to the draft and will to enforced in regard to those who were exempted from Tho last draft by this cause. Choice of All cases where exemption from draft is asked on the ground that a a two or More sons Are liable to Mil Itury duty a the Choice must be made before dec. 20th, and not postponed until the draft has been made. Last draft owing to the Law being new and imperfectly understood parents were allowed to exempt one were two were drafted. This will not be allowed in the january draft Reading Railroad company have declared a dividend of seven per cent payable in Comien Stock on and after a. Member 31, and a dividend of three and a half per cent., payable in Cash or common Stock has been declared on the preferred 8 took. Messes. Reinoehl amp Meily have just received nine Large boatloads of lumber seasoned boards scantling palings laths a. Persons in want of any of the above articles will find it to. Their advantage to Call and see Tho Stock and ascertain the prices. 3t. Take enrolling is go log on and it is expected that the conscription a will be enforced immediately so i would advice every body to get their Pic tones taken in time for their to lations and friends and the Only place to get a no. 1, picture is at Zimmerman Snow York photographic gallery for he is taking the cheapest the debt and Moat life like pictures in Lebanon. admitted by All that he can t be beat for his gallery is always crowded. Give Bim a Cali it a you will find As we recommend. Remember the. Place a Zimmerman s new York photographic gallery t in Cumberland st. Call Early and avoid amp crowd. P. and anybody that Baa got weak Eye ebon id Call at Zimmerman s gallery. Ilia pictures ua-3 require from 3 to 5 seconds time to sit guns rifles pistols powder Caps so. Atten Tirawi . G. Aulenbach would respectfully inform the Public that he continues the business of and dealing in guns rifles pistols powder Caps wads and All kinds of gunning and gun material at his store a on. Market Street a few doors North of the l. Y r. A Lebanon a. O. All kinds of repairing done at the shortest pos a Ible notice and in. The beat style of workmanship. Lebanon june so -1888.�?ly a Blanks for Bounty and invalid pen ion claims just printed and for Sala at the Prenc Bing next Sabbath morning in the German and in the evening in the English language in the first reformed Church. V diving service in Zions ev., lutheran Church on next of Tab la morning Anil evening in the English language. English preaching next sunday at 10 a. And German service at2% to moravian on Christmas Day in the morning German preaching and in the evening the usual Christmas serve in the moravian Church. Tickets of admission can he had at or. Graef a confectionery store a Towfic. On the 7th inst., by Engraim 0. Shuey Esq. Or. Henry k Riser to miss Rebecca Kris Etc both of Union township. On the 7 h inst., by the re. Or. Keller or. J. B. Wikel of Robesonia to miss Kate Nehen of . I on the 19tli. Inst at Tho lutheran parsonage in Palmyra by he Rev. W. S. Etc re or. Joseph Gar Berich to miss Susan Gingrich both of Bast Hanover do Minhin county. A. I a a i. On the 25thofnov. In East Hanover Tot Wiship Dauphin county. Pa., John ear .y.Esq., aged 8 a years.9 months and 7 Days. .Early was Jong a respected citizen and a faithful member of the lutheran Church am at his advanced age duly and truly prepared he fell As a Ripe Shock for the her Vostok eternal life. On the 27 the of nov. S. Margaret daughter of Benedict Kelly. Aged 2 years 7 months and >3 Days in West Hanover township Dauphin county. On the 28th alt., in South Aunvy Lle township. Felix Burkhol Deit asked 85 years 9 months and 2�s Days. Or. B. Was a resident of South Annville township during his Butlre life. Will be sold at Public Sale at the Trublic House of Honky , in the Borough of Lebanon on tuesday december 29,1863. At 6 of clock p. Jtf., a House and lot of ground. Situate on Chestnut Street near East Street in said Borough. The lot is 25feet frent and 96 feet deep running Back to an Alley. The House is a two Story Frame containing 6. Rooms 3 on each floor. A Well of Nerer failing water with pump near the door. Possession and ged title will be Given on the 1st Day of april 18c4. Jones major. 41� for further information apply to a major amp . Doc. 16,1883.�? a Sale. valuable Bam Ess stand will be sold at Public Solo at the Public House of hex or Carmody in Tho Borough of Lebanon on. / saturday Jamatry 2, 1864, at 1 of Violek p. . That valuable business Tad Loca Ted on chamber Lam Street Between the Black horse and Washington hotels formerly in Tho possess ton of j. C. Re Isher. The lot is 22 feet front and �98fee pc do a p to Fen Allee. The 1i0u8b is a three Story. Nearly new Brick with Largo Kitchen attached. Wash House shed and other improvements. Tho first Story contains a Fine store there is a basement ail fitted up and arranged for an Oyster cellar. Gas throughout the whole House. This is a very desirable property and Well worthy the attention of buyers. It a within u sume of the court House and in the very Centre of the business of the Borcuch Possession and Good title will be Given on the 1st Day of april 18g4. Terms &c., will be Mado known by a William Ault. Lebanon dec. 16,1863. Pubic Gale i he subscribers. Heirs and attorneys in tact of Al the heirs and Legal representatives of Jinx Adam Miller late of North Annville tp., Lebanon county will sell at Public Vendue or out cry on a wednesday december 23, 1863, on the premises All that certain Messuage Plantation amp tract of land situate in North Annivhe township aforesaid at the town of Bill View adjoining lands of David Long George a. Miller. Moses Liege. Town lots of Belleview and lands of Henry Frank and Joseph Frank and others and Kheswa Tarot Creek containing 155 acres strict measure with Tho appurtenances. The Union canal runs through the same. The improvements a a Are a log House and a Largo Bank barn Wagon shed and other necessary outbuildings. There Are a bout 4ft acres of Woodland on Trio premises in Orchard of Good fruit and two a pings near Tho buildings. The title is indisputable the land is of Superior Quality of Limestone and divided into convenient Fields and is considered a Tia ice farm. 45? sole to commence at 1 of clock p. M., on said Day when conditions will it narc known by George a. Miller Johni it. Biker. Attorneys. Amp a. A North Annville twp., dec. 16, �s03. Full do. Do do do the largest Stock the Best assortment the cheapest goods at Goodyear amp Diffenbach a cheap Cash and produce store Cumberland Street Maher s Bloch Lebanon a. We have Fust received another addition to our already Large Stock of Fry goods. Groceries queers rare a c. Line of Blanket shawls do do Brocha do do do Scoter Olalda do do do Tibet mourning do a do do second do do dress goods. Full Lino of French Moreno All colors do do do cob res a do do do do do Alan Cha do do do do do Dennins new a Stylea a do do do Brocha valour do do do do Poppins do d i do do Valencia a \ do. Do do do Wool detains \ do do do do Wool repps i do do do do plaids do do do do Fig. Oas Merei. Magnificent line of fancy Sills do do do figr Damp Plain Black Silks. Balmoral skirts for $2 75 Loop skirt full Lino of skeletons at All 3 do do do Quale re a skirts ladies Cir the drab. Water proof Black to Rel Beavor cloth from $1 75 to $3 50 per Yard. Flannel Wool and Cotton flannels shirting flannels Blanket mensa Wear. Cloths it Cas Meres sat Netts and \ ratings. Gents so amp was. Very cheap. Mourning department. Our mourning department is Complete consisting of single and double Width de loins. Single Aud double Width Cashmere do do do Alpaca Merino bomb Zines All Wool keeps it Toefiela silk. Stripe plaids. Delaine.?. Calico amp a. Hosiery gloves veils collars. English and French Crape amp a. / Cali and look through our Stock and got the prices Asi is no trouble to show Goida. Out motto is a Small profits Quick and Good Val be. Goodyear amp differ Isaji s new York cheap Cash store. Lab., Dee. 16, �?T03, a ices at All prices do do do do do do croup. _ new Haven. Deo 11,1862. Faving been taught that medicines in order to be valuable must originate with some particular faculty or school we considered Patent medicines so called a Humbug until after losing our beloved child with croup we were forced by the suffering of another from the same disease and the advice of friends to try Coos Couit Lilaram. Little Eddie had gone and though we loved him we would not Call him from his quiet rest to shave the sorrows of this unfriendly world. But while is there no remedy for thee we found it in coeds cough Balsam. I relieved i in. In a bout Twenty minutes to our Gre it Joy and the Surprise of others. We a not be hired to dispense with this priceless Blessing and. We Are glad to learn that or. Coe has made arrangements with parties whereby it May become More extensively known. In View of this let me say to every Parent when your child is suffering with croup give this mls a give it freely. 1 f we did not Bel Leve it to be the Best remedy for you we certainly would not say it. A truly yours. Edward Gwen kill me Lcy Gwi Nefcy. V for Sale by All drug Glysta everywhere. C. G. Clark amp co., proprietor3. New lib run Conn. See advertise mint in another Colum in. Dec. 16, �?T63.�?st.j election notice. Notice hereby Given that an election of seven managers of the lab axons Gas Gompay. To serve for the ensuing yer will he held lamonday tote 4lh Day of january 1864, at the office ouse company on water Street Between the hours of 2o�?Telock, and 4 of clock . By order of the Board. John w. Mish so cd a. Leb., dec. 9, 63, j a on the 2hdinst.,,George Franklin infant son of Jonathan and Mary cop pen Haver aged 1 your and a 2 d Rye. He was Lovely he was Fairand for a while was Giten a Angel came and claimed his own and bore him Safe to heaven. Mary. On Tho 6th at Camptell town Emma 8. Only child of Benjamin and Eliza Deininger aged 5 years 5 months and 11 Days. Softly blow Sweet scented Zephyr a a g round the grave where Emma lies gentle waft be wavering breezes. Damp Slig Btu a glory from the skies. Drink Pale Flowers drink Tho Dew drop Twilight sprinkles round her rest night winds lower Over on Emma Over our Emma a Lovely breast. Dark and lonely is her dwelling like a Star among the Clouds yet her spirit never waning Wing eth to the Bright abode above there Sweet Emma to Hope to join the when on nights of toil Are of re. There to dwell in holy rapture singing praises evermore. Iier teacher Mary. Tic Lelia non Market. Cart fully corrected weekly Lebanon Zun Buday. December 36 extra family $7 60 i eggs $ doz., extra flour 7 00 j butter to. Prime White wheat 1 65 tub or salted butter prime red wheat 1 55 lard a Quot a tallow new w head prime Rye 1 10 Corn 95 oafs 75 Clover seed 5 00 Timothy seed 1 50 Fjar Send a. Dried apples pealed 1 50 Peak 2 60 peach Quot Ilu Tzeli a. 1 62 cherries i onion.3< potatoes , j 60 Apple , 46 Lam shoulders sides soap. Been Wax White rugs mixed rags flax lb., bristles la feathers $ lb., Wool $ ibo soup Beans $ qt., vinegar gal., 1863. 24 24 10 10 20 30 8 8 25 6 8 40 40/ it. 12 4 Holiday presents. Magie time observers. Being a Hunting or open fico or lady a or gentle Many Swatch combined with Patent self winding improvement a most pleading Novelty. One of the prettiest most convenient and decidedly the Best and cheapest time piece for general and reliable use Eves offered. It has within it and connect cd with its machinery its own winding attachment rendering a key entirely unnecessary. Tho cases of this watch Are composed of two net nos. The outer one being Fine 16 Carat Gold. It has the improved Ruby Dutton lever movement and is warranted an accurate time piece. Al Rlee superbly engraved per Cash of half dozen �204. Sample watches a neat i Morocco Bosch �35silver watch so 17urst class Hunting Tinie Picco for accuracy of _ movement Beauty of material Rind above All cheapness in Price these watches must insure Universal approbation. An imitation faultless that it can hardly be detect i. By the most experienced judges. The material being of two merrils the outer one first Quality Sterling Silver while the inner Onu is German Silver it cannot be recon Czetl by cutting or heavy engraving Niak no it not Only in Appun Rativo but in durability the Best resemblance of solid Sterling Silver in existence. The Sale of these watches in the army is a source of enormous profit retailing As they very readily do at $25. And upwards. Many Hundred dollars can be made in a single Day by any one of Ordinary business tact. A wat wholesale Only t in heavy Hunting oases beautifully engraved White enamel Diris and fancy put hands in Good running order by the Ball dozen $66, sold Only by the Case of sex i upon receipt of two dollars As Guareno tee of Good Faith we win Bend watches by express to any part of the Loyal states collecting balance of Bill on delivery. This ensures buyers against fraud giving them their watches before payment is required. Send orders to Tho sole importer. Gaiu5 Wheaton. No 12 be Solors Exchange Cor. Cortlandt st. Aud Broadway new York. Dee. 16, 3863. Election notice. Notice is hereby Elveu that an election for president and four directors of the North Lebanon Railroad company to serve for the ensuing year will to held on monday the 1 Lra-? of january 1884. Between the hours of 10 of Cloctt a. A and 12 of clock m., at the office of the com pity. A 1 by order of tit Board. . Leb., dec. 9, 1863. J it. the soc rotary of the Treasury a not yet Piven notice of any intention to withdraw this popular loan from Sale at 1 . And until Tep Days notice i Given. The undersigned As a general subscription agent a will. Continuo to Supply the Public. Athe whole amount of the loan Mitho izod is five Hundred millions of dollars. Nearly four. Hundred millions have bees already subscribed for and paid into the Treasury mostly within the inst seven in Eithfl. The Large demand froth abroad Aud Tho Quot rapidly Ince using Home demand for use As the basis for circulation by National banking associations Tiow organizing in All parts of the country will in a very Short period absorb the balance. Sales have lately ranged prom ten to fifteen millions weekly frequently exceeding three millions daily nod As it is Well known thit the Secretary of the Treasury has ample and resources in the duties on imports and internal revenues and in the a ssh of the interest bearing Legal tender Treasury Notos it a almost a certainty that he will net find it necessary for a Long time to come to seek a Market for any other Long or permanent loins. The interest and principal of which Are payable in Gold \ prudence and self interest must it face the minds of those contemplating Tho formation of National banking associations As Wall As the Mindi of All who have Idle Money on their hands to the prompt conclusion that they should lose to time in subscribing to this most popular Lonn. It will soon be beyond their reach and Advance to a handsome Premium As was the result with the a seven thirty loan when it was Al sold and could no longer be subscribed for at . It is a six per cent loan interest and principal payable in Coin thus yielding Over Hine per cent per Anan at the present Rale of Premium and Coin. Tim government requires All duties on imports to be paid in Coin these Dinies have for it Long time past amounted to Over a Quarter Ofa my Lien of dollars Dally a sum nearly Throe times greater than that required a a the payment of the interest Oil All the 5-20�?Ts and other permanent Loans. So that it is hoped hint the surplus cold in Tho Treasury at no Distant Day will enable Ibe United states to resume a Ocie payment upon Del liabilities. Inc loan is called 5-20 Orrin the fact that whilst the Fonds May Vii for 20 years yet Tho has n right to them off in go a at at buy time after 5 yours. The interest is paid half yearly Viz of the first Days of november arid May. Subscribers can have co tip on Bonds which Are a ble to bearer and Are $58, $100.4500, Aud $1000 or registered Bonds of prime denominations Anil in addition $5,000 and $10.000. For banking purposes and for Uve Sfiris a tis of Orrist monies the registered Bonds Aro preferable. The so 5-20�?~s cannot be fixed by states. Ciiie3, towns or counties anti Tho government tax or. Them is Only per cent., on the amount of income Whei. Tho income of the Holder exceeds six Hundred dollars per annul All other investments such As income from mortgages Railroad Stock and Bonds Etc., must from three to five Pur cent tax on the in Como. ,. Banks and Bankers throughout the country will Continuo to dispose of the Bonds Aud All orders by a if till or otherwise promptly attended to. The inc. Even Croce of a few Days a delay in the delivery of the Bonds is unavoidable the demand being so great but its interest commences from the Day of subscription no loss is occasioned and every Effort is being Mude dim inish inc delay. / Quot Jat Cooke. Subscription agent 114 Soots Thill str kit. . Public notice. Public notice is hereby Given that the charter of the Emanuel a cd Torch of South Lebanon town Phlp lebanonico., pa., was duly presented to the court of common fleas of Lebanon county for examination and will be approved according to Law on the Pitit Day of january term next Uniesee Good cause be shown to the , Proth v dec. 9,1863 the Ali Ladelphia Market. / saturday evening Deo. 12/63. Market is rather firmer. Small Sale iof Ite Are making at from $16@38 teacher. Wanted. Mitabe in Bachier for school no. 2, in the Sor Ough of Lebanon is wanted. Applicants will please present themselves to the. Board of directors or give notice before. Friday the 18th Day of december next and a use school to commence on the first monday in january to Continuo six months. Salary $36 per month of 22 Days. Apply to Jacob Gapp president or Jos. Karch Secretary Lebanon dec. 9,1863,. A Walters Mill. I Iii subscriber respectfully informs Tho Public that x to has entirely rebuilt Tho Mill on the Little Swa Timi formerly known and a a Straw so Aud later As a a we Gertge about one fourth Ofa mile from Jonestown Lebanon county pii. That he has it now in co amp Pleie running order and is prepared to furnish customers regularly with a very Superior article of us cheap As it Cun be obtained from Uny other he keeps also on hand and for Sale at Tho lowest Cash prices chop bran shorts amp it he is also prepared to do All kinds of customers work for Farmers and others at the very shortest possible notice and m vites All to give him a Triu. Tho machinery of the a Mill is entirely new anti of the latest and most improved kind. By strict Uttz Ntim a a to Bobines and fail dealing he Boggg to Merit a Shurz of Public patronage. Wheat Eye Corn of Jln &e., Boort for which the highest Market prices will be paid. I Walter. May 7,1662. Fits fits Quot fits a. Ii. Richey merchant tailor respectfully an bounces to the citizens of Lebanon and1 Vicinity that he has just retained from the City with a Fine assortment of cloths Cassimeris All of which he will sell or Tonko up to order at prices to suit the times at his no. Tailoring is mab Lish ment in Keims new Block 4 Dobre South of the Duck hotel South Walnut Street. All work entrusted to his care Wal to manufactured in a Workmanlike a Amer a to fashion Gnu Aura ability. A Ita. Goods purchased elsewhere uni be Chou Ramiy mane up to order on the usual moderate had years of experience m the tailoring a Jad dry goods bus mess and Meingin Climou to turn to Abe advantage of his customers us thetis vantages re re uting from said acquirement he of this satisfied that it we by a very link fld Haro of the pub lie patronage. A a a friends Call once to please to a your solves. Jul we Orff Holt ans county transportation line. By Lebanon Valley Railroad. Particular attention will be paid to goods shipped by Tho Lebanon Valley Railroad Goodwill be sent daily to and from Philadelphia to Lebanon Myers town and Annville stations and All other Points in the county freights contracted Lor at the least possible rates Ani delivered with dispatch. The proprietor will particular attention to and attend personally to the receiving and delivery of All freight. For information apply it his office at the Lebanon Valley Railroad Defot Lebanon. Edward Mark his agent in Philadelphia will always be found at w. It. Bush s merchant s hotel kor it third st., Philadelphia. J 11, �?T60.1 Geo. Hof an. Latest jews a magnificent Stock of fall and wifi ter dry goods at Tui item Vbk store. A received two �?ofi�iz33 3viaex>a.3us�y from juries -3 and 4. At the International exhibition London being the sole awards at the great International exhibition at , of filly Isis. Jubec biped them amp Hest Rivedal foe its mme As an article of food. Ured tar puddings. Custards. Blanc Mange �c., without re Inglus with few or to eggs. It is excellent for thickening Sweet sauce s. Gravies for fish meat soups arc. For ice Cream nothing can compare with it. A Little boiled in milk makes a Rich Cream for Coffee chocolate Tea amp a. A most delicious article pfc food for children and invalids. It is vastly a per or to Arrow Root and much More economical. A 4$ put up in one Pound packages with full directions and sold by All grocers and druggists. We. Duryea wholesale agent inc Fulton Street new York october 14, 1863.�?-Ciu. Stoves. Stoves. Now is the time to buy your stoves before cold Winter is Here and the debt and cheapest place is att be a 4 Leb Ailon stove tin and Sheet Iron Man . Tory of James n. Bogers two doors South from the Lebanon bunk where can be had the largest and Best assortment of parlor. In All acid cooking stoves Ever offered in Leba n cd Gas by urn ors for Parlours or bed Chambers of his own make with a general assortment of parlor stoves and a Lytge variety of the Best cooking stoves in the county or Borough which lie warrants to bake or roast Wash boilers con tautly on hand of All sizes and the Best material. Coal buckets the largest assortment the heaviest Iron and the Best made in Lebanon. Also a Large Stock of tin Ware made of the Best material and in a Workmanlike manner. As be is a practical Workman and his had an of Pei once of Twenty five years he feel confident that be can give general satisfaction. He takes this method of returning Bis thanks to his numerous customers for their Liberal support and lie Bop a by strictly attending to. Bis own business and letting other Peoples alone to still receive a share of Public patronage. James n. Rogers. 33? particular attention paid to All kinds of Jobb Ixo such As roofing spouting �c., and All work warranted View Boot Aud shoe store the undersigned announce to the Public that they Bate removed their new Boot and shoo store to Cumberland Street Lebanon in John Glt a Eft building one door West of the confectionery store where they intend keeping constantly on band a general As-$e6�,sortment of ladles gentlemen misses boys and a _ boots shoes gaiters &c., &c., All of which will be made up in style and Quality no to be surpassed by any other workmen in the country. No Effort shall be spared to please and satisfy All who May favor them with their orders and their charge will Beds reasonable As possible compatible with a fitly remuneration. They also keep a Largo Stock of / Home made work a Wieb is warranted to be As represented. The Public of Liq invited to cull and examine to boil Stock previous to purchasing. .8� repairing done in Short notice and at reasonable rates Andrew Moore. Samuel s. Shirk Lebanon March 19, 1862. Manhood _ How lost How restored just published in a sealed envelope. Price six cents. A lecture on the nature treatment and Radical cure of seminal weakness. Involuntary emissions sexual debility and impediments to marriage generally nervousness consumption epilepsy and fits mental Aud physical incapacity resulting from self a Csc k08t. J. Culver Well D author the Oreen Book a the world renowned author in this admirable Lech Are clearly proves from his own experience that the awful consequences of self abuse May to effectually removed without Medicine and without dangerous surgical operations bogies instruments rings or cordial painting oat a Mode of cure at once certain and effectual by which every sufferer no matter what his condition in amp Ybo May cure himself cheaply privately and radically. This la cadre will prove a Boon to thousands and thousands. Sent under Seal ill i Plain envelope to any address on Tho receipt of six cents or two postage Stamps by and dressing. . J. C. Kline 127 bowery new York. Post office Box,4586. October 21,1863.�?ly. Removal. Tailoring. To Kezo did respectfully inform Tho citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity thathy has Mcmo Vij his tailoring establishment a few doors East of Lauder Miichi a store and nearly opposite the Washington House on Cumberland tt., where he will make up clothing in the most Washlo Winble styles in the Best manner Good fits guaranteed thu. Thankful for the very Liberal Patron de extend a a to him thus he Hopes to Merit and Contin be the same. Lebanon april 8,1863.�?-ly. A few reasons Why the american watch is the Best. It is made on the Best principle while the foreign watch is generally made of no principle at All. Let us took at the contrast Tho foreign of tech to a mostly made by women and boys a and. While their labor is cheap their work is dear at any such watches arc made without Lafi and sold without guarantee. They Are irregular in construction Aud Quito As irregular in movement. They Are designed Only to sell and the buyer is the party most thoroughly mild. Those who have kept a an arcs a a Lupine so and is a is levers in professed repair for a few years will appreciate the truth of our statement. Tiie plan of the �merj0an watch. A instead of being Mude o f a ral Hundred Little pieces screwed together the body of the american watch is formed of solid plates. No Jar interferes with the in Meov of its forking and no sudden Shock can throw its machinery out of gear. Secession of one part from another is unknown to its Constitution and in Riding or any business Pursuit it is All held together As firmly As a single piece of Metal. It is just what All machinery should be 1st. Accurate. 2d. Simple.3dstr0eh. A Quot 4th. Economical. Tto not Only secure cheapness by our system but Quality. To do not pretend that our watch Chu be a caught for Jess my no a than Tho foreign Jade believes but that for its real value it is sold for one half the pour soldiers watch named we. Ellery is what its Imit to indicates solid substantial and always Reliah a warranted to stand any nmn a int of March log hiding or fighting. A our next higher Quality of watch named v. S. Harriett is similar in size and general appearance but has More jewels and a More elaborate Fik or ladies watch recently brought out is put up in a great variety of patterns Many of them of Raio Beauty and workmanship is quite Small but warranted to keep time. Our Young gentleman Swatch i neat not Large and just the thing torte pocket of Young America. Tho proof of the merits of our watch May be in Tho ii Csc that we now employ Over five Hundred workmen to Wiir factories and that fire Are still Metilor to a amp univ the constantly ing demand. 0l t 11 Quarter plate watch is to Biff nor tid lighter that the other vie have its Fine a Bra Nof Fietz r balance is delicately adjusted to cof Flut the variation caused by changes of temperate re. These watches Are Chrono metrically rated and Are Tho fruits of tue latest experiments in Chrono Netry a Chare made by our Best Workmon in a separate department of our factory. For the finest time keep ing qualities Itzov Challenge comparison with the Bast Moriis of the most famous English and Swiss makers. Bobbins amp Appleton agent for the american watch comply. 182 we have just opened the following list a a a rent bargains received from our buyer in new York d la incs 20 and 25 cts. Per Yard very Good prints from 10 ets. Upwards hooped skirts fall silos very la test styles Black Stella shawls $1,60 and upwards ladles collars and sleeves cheaper than Ever. Groceries groceries. We have just received from new York fresh Stock of groceries such As lol Osses sugar coffer Tea ac., ac.,% fes to buy on goods exclusively for Cash and Are thereby always enabled to buy where we can d ten cheapest and will always give our customers the Benefit of this advantage. We have Bat one Price and of or term s Are Cash. Come and examine our Stock and if you done to buy you will see no Cross a Towle amp Carlisle Ken balls a building Street Lebanon a. Lebanon sept. 23, 1803. #100 Reward for a Medicine that will cure coughs a influenza. Tickling in the Throat wh00p�ns cough or relieve consumptive cough is Quick a a cough Balsam. Over a Ive thou Sash bottles have been sold in its native town wed Sot a single instance of it failure is known. We have to our Possession any Quantity of certify rates some of them from eminent physicians. Who have Ted it in their practice and Given h the Pree Mincica our any other compound. It does not dry up a cough bit loosens it so As to enable the patient to expect rate freely. Two or three doses will invariably cure tickling in the Throat. A half bottle Lina often completely cured the most stubborn dough and yet though it in so sure and speedy in its operation. It is perfectly harmless being purely vegetable. It is very agreeable to the taste Aud May be admin is term a to a Bildren of Triy a go. 16�?Tcases�fcrqufw� will guarantee a cure. A f a a season. No f i amp ily should be without it. It is within the reach fall. Tom Price being Only 23 a exits and if an investment Aud to Roufeh trial does not a Aback up the above Eta Tenient. The Inone will be refunded. We say this know ing its merits and feel confident that one trial will secure for it a boil a in every household. Do not waste away with coughing when so Small an investment will cure you it May be Hado fayre i Octabie druggist in town who will furnish you with a circular of genuine certificates of cures it has made. C. G. Clark a co., proprietors new Haven. It. For Sale by druggists in City country and every there. At wholesale by Johnson. Holloway amp Cowden 23 North sixth Street Philadelphia a. Nov.jr/803.6m. ill Dye colors Black dark Blue Light Blue French Blue Claret Broom Dar pfc Brown Light Brown snuff Quot by own Crimson dark drab Light drab dark Ort Light Green Magenta Maroon Orange Pink a Herp. Roy at purple Salmon i Scarci sate Solferino Violet. Yellow. For dying silk Woolen and mixed goods shawls scarfs. Dresses ribbons. Gloves. Bonnets hats Fea there. Kid gloves children a clothing and All kinds of wearing apparel. A a. A saving1, of 80 per cent for Twenty five cents you can color As Many goods As would otherwise Cost five times the. Process is simple and any one can use the Dye pc Iii. Perfect Success. ,. Ljirerudu9jh-rnffbjbbt.x,jmm�fl�� had Merman ins Flo or a sch package. Per further in. Dyeing and Lvi he a perfect knowledge a re Best adapted to Dye Over others with Holiby valuable re Cipos Purchase Howe amp Stephens Trca Biso on dyeing and sent by mail on receipt of Price �?10 cents. Manufactured by Howe amp Stevens _ 260 Broadway. Beaton. For Sale by druggists and dealers generally. Oct. 28.1863.�?cm. Prince amp goes yi7-Eu, known Melodeon sad harmonium t t introducing the effect of pedal base on every instrument. Ernest Gablere a Raven amp Bacon s and. Hallet Davi s amp cos celebrated pianos for Cash at a Liberal deduction. £3l Over 30.006 sold. Jamks Bellak sole agent 279 and 281 South fifth Street above Spruce. July 16,1863.�?ly. Philadelphia a Holiday present at Lowry amp. Nahmis confectionery and toy store lately occupied by c. N. Smith in Walnut Street near Cumberland a Brako amp a. They have just returned from the City with a fresh Slock of raisins figs prunes dates currants Citron filberts is Louth peace Tel almonds oranges Lemons Cocori Iuta ac., amp to. Also a Large variety of All kinds of different Flavoured Fine and common candies. Also an assortment 5t sugar toys consisting o fancy White Aud toys. China Ware such As Large and Small vases cups and Saucer?,.r�v�.i China Tea Sotta ac., to. A wooden and Large and splendid. Piety of Del kinds to suit the tastes of the Young. Cakes cakes h. Of All kinds always on hand and made to parties supplied at Short notice. Thankful for the Liberal patronage heretofore extended to them and being Young beginners and desirous of giving general satisfaction we respectfully solicit Tho Public to give us a Trif. A Joseph Lowry Henry nah Sec u. S. Excise jp3 Quot fool cd is hereby Given that Tbs annual. I.1 list for the tenth collection District of Pennsylvania has been placed in my hand for collection by Tho assessor thereof that Tho Dot Les and taxes assessed by said assessor have become due and payable. All Persona in Lebanon county charged with licenses income carriages or other excise duties on said assessors list Are required to the same to a _ a Anthony 8. Eliji Deputy collector of Tho 4th div. Of the 10th dist., of fa., on or before saturday january 9,1864. A is those who neglect to the duties Aud taxes ac., As aforesaid assessed upon them to the said Deputy collector within the period of time above specified shall by liable to ten per cent additional upon the amount thereof. All must be paid in govern ment funds James a. Innis3,collector 10th District a. Of Tho undersigned. Deputy collector 4th div., 10th dist of Penn a. Wal attend Lor the convenience of Tux payers at the following times and places for Juc Sou township at the office of Wmk Wool son on thursday the 17th of december next Between the hours of 10 and 4 of clock of said Day. For Miu Creek township at the Public House of f. A. Suhultz. On Friday the 18th of december next Between the hours of 1u and 4 of clock of said Day. For lie Idva by re township at the Public Coupe of Levi s. Oberly on saturday the 19th Day of a camber. Nex Between the hours of in and 4 of clock of said Day. For East hot no Vei township at the Public House of j w. Adams on monday the 21 at of december next Between the hours of Riqaud 4 o clock of said Day. 3 for Swatara and Union townships at the Public House of simon., Heilman in Jonestown of tuesday the 22d of december next Between tie hours of 10 and 4 of said Day. A ?.rjetlbuiob1>sbip>e�t the Plum House of a. Ernst on wednesday the 23d any of december next Between Tho Honra of 9 and 1 of clock �1 said Day. For Londonderry township. Of Tbs Public Bouse of q. , in Palmyra of tuesday tho29th Day of de Cejner next Between Tho hours of Iff end 4 of clock of said Day. �.�?�-. Fly North and South Annville township at the Public Bouse to Simon wednesday the 30th of l a ber next Between the hours of 9 and 4 co Loceff Sal Day a a for cornwalls6uth Lebanon and North Lebanon townships born pub of Lebanon and Borough of North Lebanon at my office in the Borough of Lebanon from the 1st to the 9ih of january.j1804, Between the hours of 9 Aad 3 of clock of each Day All payments will Bate to be made in govern men funds. Samuel Reix Waitl. Adox Potts Reix kept. H. Elf a Friendly Anvil Aliotto to All Dealroy of purchasing a f lumber amp Coal to the Best advantage at t be old and Well known lumber Yard Reinoehl amp Meily at the Union canal on the East and Weet sides o Market Street North Lebanon Borough. Phe subscribers take pleasure in informing the cite Al Sens of Lebanon and surrounding Conn ties shift they still continue the la mask and Coa bust Ness at fair old stand where they Are daily suppl ies of the a a Best and Well seasoned lumber a c consisting of Whito and yellow Fine boards plane and scantling a a Hemlock boards scantling rails. Posts palings and fencing boards. Ash from 1 to 4 Inch Cherry from a to 3 Inch. Poplar from % to 2 Inch. A a a Poplar and Hardwood slant Long. A Oak and Maple boards and planks. Roofing and plastering laths. _ shingles 1 shingles shingles i t also Pine and Hemlock shingles. Goal Coal i Moalim a Large Stock of the Best Quality of stove Brodton egg and Lim churner goal and also the Best Allegheny goal for blacksmiths. ,. 4gf thankful for the Liberal manner. In which they have heretofore been , they would extend a cordial invitation for a continuance of payers As they arc confident that have the largest Best and cheapest Stock of Ujj Griir in band in. The county which will by a old Ata reasonable por cd nth go a. J 4� please Call and examine oar Stock and prices before purchasing a re Noehle a me by. North Lebanon Borough May 7,1862. Exciting news at tue store of l k cd be Milan d so. Lab Sou i new goods jct a flt oods a great inducements t0 Cash buyers French Merino ail coloured. Is Glt so Merici a if a of bored. All Wool Delaina All coloured. Poplin Muslin dbl los. S a Lack , Beaver Over coating Clote for ladies cloaks from $2,00 to s4,00 fancy and Black Cass. Sat tet Tco sold from 50 cts. To 81,00 bed Check and ticking. unbleached Mas Lirt Woolen stockings. Shirting flannel shirting flannel Cali Coes and Ging Baths. Woolen a and Cotton Hosel Riego ladies and gents gloves. A hoop skirts he of skirts 11 Balmoral skirts. Umbrellas umbrellas 11 Linen and paper collars. A full line of ladies and misses shawls Woolen hoop Woolen hoods i a general assortment of dry goods. A groceries amp quote Swaro. A it l. K. Laudermilch.0v All kinds of Conn try produce taken in Exchange for goods. _ Reading Railroad Winter arrangement. V a use a Uzl irk at trunk lln3.from the North and to Norvi a vast Fotr pull Adelphi a new Tork. Reading Potts ii i a Lebanon Allentown Easton ac., a trains a Parr Harrisburg for Philadelphia. New Yolk. Re Adios Pottsville and All intermediate station st s a. M., and 2.00 p. Al passing Lebanon 9.13 a. End 8,08 p. New exp Russ Harrisburg at 6r0 a. M., paste Lebanon at 7.30 a. M., arrival no at now York at c2 the same morning. Fares from Harrisburg to new-ybrk$5 15 to Phil. Adelphi $3 35 Aud $2 80, baggage checked through. Returning leave new York at 6 a. In 12 noon and 7 v. 51., Pittsburg express. Leave Pitta duty. Phia at 8.15 a. M., and$.80 Pasaluk Lebanon at 12.17 Vonu 7.\7 r. A at 1.05 cafe fun the new York express train a through to Aud Froid Pittsburgh without Changa. Passenger by the Catawissa Railroad leave Tam Aqua at 8.50 a. M., and 2.15 p. 51. For Philadelphia new York and All Way Points. A trains leave Potts due at 9.15 apd2.w f a a a for Philadelphia. Harrisburg and new York. passenger train leaves read my at 6.0b a. Mand returns from at 5 00f. 51. 43� ail the abovetraiti8 run daily sundays to Tod a sunday train leaves Potts due at 7�c a. And pm a la a Delphi it at,s.15 a _ a. A commutation tickets with 26 of a Pool at 26 per cent Bette qom any Points desired. C -1 mileage tickets Good for 2900 Miles Between Alt Points at $46 3�w-.for families and business firms. F season and school tickets. At reduced rates to and from All Points. 80 pounds allowed each passenger. Passenger a Arete chested to Purchase their tickets before entering the cart As i Gofer fares Are charged if paid in cars. A 4fa�nipolls, a dec. 9.1863 general superintendent. W i a a livery stable d.,hbt"ibe>�?T in is the. Pub he that the by a me livery stable at Hot a in Market Street. Lebanon. He Willi. Always Endeavor to furn in Good horses a Bop and vehicles at moderate prices. Amp a de-3>pa siring the same

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