Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
30 Dec 1863

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30 Dec 1863

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 30, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaTiran Ait Firth Erust. Why democratic p3uxjiple8 7�as� to Lead we Osage to a we. M. By Slih editor and proprietor. Lebanon a. Wednesday december 3ft, 1863. _ at the meeting of the conservative Union National convention Bell and Everett in Philadelphia on Friday last Genera Geo. Mcclellan was formally nominated for the next presidency and governor we. Campbell of Tennessee for the Vico presidency. Son. Amos , presided and speeches were made in English and German. The conservative element of the people of the United states were invited to participate in the movement. A Law has passed Congress that no bounties Are to die a paid to any person enlisted after the 5th of a Jana Ary except such As Are provided by Law Viz .-�?$>100 authorized by Section five of the act of july 1861. The administration has been disregarding the Law in offering bounties As it does in almost everything else and driven it in this matter so far that Congress was a obliged to take some notice of it. Abolition a jobs a a one of the precious a Loyal and patriotic a in the shape of senator Hale of new Hampshire having been caught taking bribes for using his official influence the abolitionists have a taken to their usual custom of passing Laws to Pic event the like Rasca Lity hereafter. Ever since they Are in Power they have just Dono the same. When one is unearthed the rest make a great ado a which every time amounts to a fuss and feathers and nothing there is More Rasca Lity More stealing More bribery More corruption in one month of the present administration than during the whole term of or. Buchanan. A the beading journal says that Many persons copperheads especially suppose that the stamp and Revenue Law is a new thing in the history of the country and that the editor recently saw a Bond for two Hundred pounds bearing a Date the 11th Day of August 1801, with a fifty cent internal Revenue stamp. The journal is mistaken in its assertions. Copperheads especially Are aware that stamp acts have been in existence heretofore in this country that in a the Good old times it of our fathers and grand fathers they were of Short continuance. The present is the third time that the same party has imposed stamp acts upon the people and we Trust the enc of the present will prove similar to the other two. The first was imposed by an arrogant and grinding despotism. A Brave and patriotic people will the journal deny the terms ? refused submission thereto and after seven years of suffering blood and death made Good their cause and established themselves a free and Sovereign nation. Thus went the stamp act of 1765 which lost to great Britain the brightest jewel in her Crown. The second stamp act was enacted under the administration of John Adams in 1798-9, and was in consequence of the War with France and not As the journal incorrectly asserts a to meet the. Expenses incurred in the revolutionary the stamp acts the st Lien and sedition Laws the federalism and the despotism of the elder Adams were As unpopular with the people As were the similar acts of the a Mother country a and the result was a second time Resolution this Stime. However to ii tidal Only. President Adams and his party were ousted from Power in consequence of the passage of the act which imposed the very stamp seen by the editor of the journal. Since that time the a Tarp party had hut limited tenures of office until now and hence we of 1868, nearly an Hundred years after the passage of the first stamp act Are oppressed by a third. Copperheads opposed the first copperheads opposed the second and they done to like the third. Congress adjourned Over on wednesday to the 5th of except the passage of the $20,000,000 Bounty Bill and a joint Resolution of thanks to general Grant and the soldiers finder his command nothing Worth mentioning has been done during the Brief period the houses have been in session. Remarks of or. Strouse on the draft Bill made in the u. 8. House of representative on the 21st inst a 1 Ara in favor of the amendment sub-�mtttl-0 by the gentleman from new York i or Brooks we know that upwards of $10,000,000 have been raised by what 4s called commutation Money under the a conscription Bill. There is nothing improper or wrong in appropriating this Money to Aid in raising volunteers because it was raised for that purpose. And i will say Here that whatever our individual opinions May be in regard to the conduct of the War or the acts of. The administration i solemnly protest upon the part of this Side of the House against the aspersions made by certain gentlemen upon the other Side As regards a factious spirit throwing impediments in the Way of the administration and to prevent the wheels of the government from rolling smoothly. Something has been said by the gentlemen from Illinois or. Lovejoy about the recent elections charging us on this Side of the House with having no constituencies. Y desire to say that i represent Here one of the largest districts in the United states and that i am not opposed to favouring the administration in All just Legal and constitutional demands. I have the Honor to represent a District which sent the first company of volunteers to this capital for its defense in the Flat a Days of april 1861. And we have sent from that District since the a commencement a a the War seven thousand Able bodied men for the support off a government the Union the Constitution and the enforcement of the Laws. I am in favor of appropriating As Large a sum of Money As May be necessary for the purpose of paying Liberal bounties to the men who Volunteer and thus avoid All drafting or co scripting of our citizens. I am opposed to the principles of conscription. J most solemnly protest against the attacks which Are made Here on the exercise of the right to criticise the acts and conduct of the administration. It is a privilege we have and will maintain. We Are the trustees of the people. We Are sent Here As the representatives of All classes and not to represent factions. I Trust therefore that gentlemen now in this hour and in this crisis of our country will Rise above the Mere politician and make some Effort at least at statesmanship. I Trust hey will occupy a platform that is them above the Mere local purlie us to a position that will enable them to look North South East and West to do the Best we can for our whole country and for All classes of the people. A in i stand Here in no spirit of faction. I do not care Quot whether i am designated As a Democrat or As a Copperhead. It should be beneath the dignity of a National legislator to indulge in partisan epithets. Let us be men and not slaves to faction. Let us be patriots in the True sense of the Terra. Let us restore the country to its former position among the nations of the Earth let us act in the Best possible manner tor the interests of the people and for All sections of the country. Let us show to the potentates of Europe and to ail foreign governments that the problem of sell government is not a failure that there is still some Wisdom in the National councils of America. What is the amendment of the gentleman from new York or. Brooks 1 Here we have a Waif of $10,000,000 of commutation Money it is so much flotsam. Here is 610,000,000 of Money somewhere and Why not apply that sum first to raising volunteers before making the appropriation of $20,000,0001 i am w 111-ing to appropriate the $10.000,000 raised under the conscription act commonly known As commutation Money because the act provides that that Money shall be used a for the procuration of i want to those who Volunteer liberally so As to avoid All drafts. Let us fill the army if it must be done with volunteers for one Volunteer is Worth five drafted men one Volunteer is Worth at least five of these compelled soldiers of the draft. It is said that we will have to these men. Of course we will. But we do not them Bounty for the purpose of infusing patriotism into them. You do not put patriotism into a Man because you him a few dollars. That Money is necessary to keep their families whom they leave behind them when they go to suffer the hardships and dangers of the Battle Field. We ought to be More than Quot just we ought to be generous to our volunteers. If necessary we can raise a Large army of volunteers. Let us give bounties for that purpose and avoid odious conscription. Let us vote these $10,000,000, raised by commutation first to that purpose. All we ask is that the Money shall be placed under the control of some competent authority. Let us know How much is needed and who is to expend it and How it is to be disbursed. I Trust that this Money now in the hands of the agents of the administration will be appropriated let us unite to restore our country to its former greatness and the government under the Constitution to its former glory and renown. It is said that Russia has ordered a conscription of Twenty men Ori every ten thousand a in a bit ants for the whole Empire. Quot by a that a Jagt what our a a government does every sixty Days almost with the exception that ours is five times As heavy As the draft in Russia. Its a glorious thing to live in a free country. A go a near new Castle Indiana the begin Niue of this month Abe Lincoln a Home guards killed a Dunker preacher because he was a Democrat. They first broke into his House and then fired two shots at him one passing through his head killing him his name was Urist. F the last time precious to the 5th of january we Call upon All who voted in favor of a a vigorous prosecution of the War to enlist. It is the last Chance. After the 5th they will have to run their chances and perhaps mess and March with copperheads traitors secessionists and All that class of Fellows. Go go go a the prize fight Between Heenan and King. A a King declared Victory Heenan s shoulder reported broken. The steamship Jura it Portland brings an account of the great fight Between Chenan and King which took place on the morning of the 10th at Tunbridge. King won in Twenty five rounds the fight having lasted thirty one minutes. The times says there was but Little science displayed on either Side. Heenann a game throughout Bee Raed to be to close and put the hug on so As to crush his antagonist at once 4>y dashing him violently to the ground. Kings tactics were a different a and More it is rumoured that Heenann a shoulder is broken. The fight had been the All engross ing topic in England and the papers give elaborate accounts. Kings Victory is naturally received with great exultation. There was no interruption and the fight was fairly fought the London times devotes a Leader to the affair and publishes a graphic special account. It editorially says that Heenann a game throughout was to close and to put the hug on so As to crush his antagonist by dashing him to the ground. Kings tactics were different and More creditable to a professor of pugilist. They consisted simply in striking a series of Sledge Hagameir a blows on 4lhe a most prominent and sensitive parts of Ilee Nan a physiognomy until the latter collapsed from exhaustion. The affair was Over in Twenty four rounds and thirty five minutes. There appears to have been but Little science on either Side but it was a fair stand up fight without a Cheek and ended in a decisive Victory. The times concludes by asserting that prize fighting is More revolting than Bull fight ing and ought to be Tom Sayers was one of Heenan s seconds. In sporting circles previous to the fight Heenan continued the favorite at 7 to 4 on him. The Choice of ground was won by Heenan and exactly at 10 of clock on the morning of the 10th inst., the men delivered themselves at to scratch. Round 1�?Heenan closed in grasping King by the neck and giving him an a old fashioned hug a until the referee entered the ring and strictly cautioned him not to repeat the operation. A round 2�?King forced fighting As soon As he came to the scratch. Heo Nan closed in again and after hugging King for some time threw him. In this round King Drew the first blood which was allowed. Round 3�?after some hard exchanges Heenan again hugged King and threw him on the x opes with awful violence. All was now going dead against King. Tho Only thing he had in his favor was first blood. Round 4�?King came up with a visible a a mouse under his left Eye Heenan again attempted the hugging game which elicited loud remarks of disapprobation with this exception nothing particularly occurred. Round 5�?both men came we smiling King got in a tremendous blow on Heenann sear and another in 4tis Temple. Heenan in despair hugged King and throw him violently. Round 6 both men pledged away the round finishing by Heenan giving King another hug. Round 7�?More hammering. Heenan again hugged and Cross buttock de King fearfully. During this round King gave Heenan a Rattler on the nose drawing a Stream of blood. Round 8�?rapid countering on both sides. Heenan again hugged King at the close but got thrown himself. Round 9�?King struck Heenan a tremendous blow on the head. Heenan closed in upon him and threw him. Round 10�?King landed out heavily with both fists closed in and was thrown by Heenan. Round ii Heenan Feegan to tire. At the close he rushed in and threw King heavily. Round 12 was accompanied with the same result. Round 13�?ditto. Round 14�?ditto. Round 15�?some swinging blows were Given on each Side when Heenan knocked King Down clean into a Corner. This was the first genuine Knock Down of the fight. Bound 16�?Heenan came to Tho scratch with a dreadful Eye. A severe struggle took place during this round neither Side gaining any particular advantage. Round 17�?the excitement was now so great that the regulations were disregarded. King s cyclopean blows swelled Heenann a eyes and temples to a fearful extent but to bore it manfully. From this to the 24th and last round King went ahead at a perfect Galop and when a a time was called for the 25th round Tho a a sponge was thrown up by Tho seconds of Hee Nan. Heenam was dreadfully punished and should never have been permitted to pass the 21st round. King presented no visible Marks of punishment except Moas on the Eye Belles life concludes Tho description of the fight in the following words a a braver contest was never by Pony express expressly for the advertiser a Otisi Raul let prize cock fight the colonels Bruiser victorious bully bom the graft Lebanon Dee. 26, 1868.�?two of our a a enterprising citizens who think a Lebanon should not be behind hand a had a bloody prize fight to Day in the lower end of though they glory in flourishing col. And Lieut to their names one a col. In times of Percee but now a valiant Knight of the Goose Quill the other lately an enrolling officer and a Lieut for the a emergency a their a a Pluck would not allow them to engage in the a a rounds themselves each betting f 5 a Side on his favorite rooster. Round in a colds rooster first to a the scratch but Lieut a would note denied so he up and gives colds a a a dab that fetched him sprawling. Col. Sponged himself and rooster with fire and water proot Brandy. Round 2�?lieut�?Ts rooster Eurage Edwand first to time colds following. After a a spurring for some time for a favourable Opportunity to make a a pass a Lieut a received a ghastly a a clips that sent him into a a cocked Lieut having different tactics from the several doses of 1 Igor Lam self included of course. Round 3 a roosters a Picut and col so Giddy Thafel y j thought the a Earth goes round a and a being unable to reach the scratch both claimed first blood but being i Eho eked to hear the word a Bloo Dju a made flight through several alleys i to the next hotel to give an account of their patriotic proceedings and a dream of quartermaster clerkship and plucky examinations before go i ing into military service. W a w i for Ilie advertiser. I letter from the Potomac army Headquarters 42od division 3rd army 1 corps december 11,1sg3. J a i will give you a Correct account of our late move. We left Camp on thursday november 28, and crossed the Rapidan River the same i we had a Little skirmish but it did not amount to much and then we encamped on the ground we gained. Tho next morning the rebels were gone further Back when the 84tb. Regiment p. V. I., was deploy a Edas skirmishers. It was supported by. The 1st Massachusetts moved about two Miles when Tho -84th was attacked. The support i was called up and., then we drove the rebels Back when the skirmish ing began to get then the 1st brigade formed a line and moved up to the is Kirmish the 2nd brigade Forn Jed in an open place and moved to tic left of the i 1st brigade and the re division to the left of the 2nd brigade when the 84th charged and drove Tho rebels Back for about two thousand Yards where we got one Battery in position. Tho firing closed for about one hour when the skirmish Hue moved into the Woods. The rebels wore forming general Ewells co fips which was commanded by general Early at the Lime. Then they charged and drove a the skirmish line on i main line. This was at about Balf past two in the afternoon. The Musse try firing lasted till dark when the 2nd Divis ion under general Prince charged i and drove them about a barter of a mile. We held the a tie i they fell Back through tin night and joined their main army. On Satur a Day morning at four of lock general Prince ordered the at brigade i to fall Back to an open told. The pioneers buried Tho dead my picked up the wounded. The 11 brigade lost 16 killed 72 wounded and 77 missing the 2nd brigade Ost 8 killed 82 wounded and 40 i Flag. On saturday to marched a it fifteen Miles forming a Junction with general Warren and encamp i for the night. We could see the Jebe Camp fire on sunday. We moved about two Miles and stopped till monday morning at three of clock when we moved up to the front Aguiri. Our division was ordered to charge but to did not do it and Llam glad of it. In front of the 1st brigade there were Twenty four Canton. We Laid about five Hundred Yards from a their breastworks. I saw ovo rebel generals one of them had about four Hundred cavalry the either one Only about Twenty five. To firing on monday morning on i her Side when the orders Camo to Quot All Many a poor fellow Felt bad i know i did for my part but we get relieved by the 6th corps. We Tell Back about one mile and Laid there till tuesday evening at six of clock when we began to Retreat. We. Retreated forty Miles inside of Twenty four hours. This is the a a of our move. We have Catnip rumours that we Are going to fall Back on the other Side of Tho Tappahannock River and then go into Winter quarters. We have very Fine weather at the present time. We have no Snow yet but some very heavy frosts. A i will give you an account of the Battles that 1 was in already a great Bethel Hancock Strousberg Winchester front Royal port Republic,1 Cross keys Slaughter Mountain Tappahannock station thorough Faijo Gap Bull run Fredericksburg Chancellorsville Wapping Heights Kelly a Ford and the Battle of Locust Grove. Tho last Battle was the sixteenth inside of three Yoars. Or. Breslin be kind enough to publish the above in your paper and Send me a copy. I am a True demo crat from my shoulder to my big toe. The advertiser goes from hand to band in Tho whole regiment. Tell not to Send me any More Lebanon couriers. The advertiser is the Only paper allowed in Camp except some Philadelphia papers. C. W. B., a private in company a Quot 84th regiment Penna vol., infantry. The new York Post informs or. Stanton that an a express company would be More Likely to take Richmond than the army of the Potomac under the superintendence of Secretary Stanton. An0th�r step. It is a curious circumstance that the statue of Liberty which hits just been unveiled on the top of the Capitol at Washington represents a coloured woman for fear of discoloration the excuse is an acid has been employed which stains the surface of the figure and makes the color weather proof a world. The above is another proof that the present delusion has reached its culminating Point. France reeled on in madness until she put up a prostitute As Tho goddess of reason. We have capped the Climax of our insanity by raising upon the dome of our Capitol a statute of Freedom in the person of a negro wench the excuse that the weather would color a White figure is a shallow immediately before our eyes where we write upon the top of City Hall stands a Graceful White female figure the goddess of Justice. It looks whiter even than the rest of the Marble building yet it has stood there for fifty a a oars. There is no doubt that the Capitol of our country has been surmounted with a negro to typify the grand millennium which this crazy party foolishly suppose they have inaugurated. Look americans at your Capitol and see a negress As the goddess of Liberty surmounting its loftiest dome in. Y. Bay Book. A a the age of Washington correspondent of the journal of Commerce says great a indignation is being expressed at the discovery that the editor of the Washington chronicle Forney has been drawing for the last three years a salary of $1200, As a messenger in the folding room a a a place which it is said he never visited i fir. Font s pm per is filled with virtuous homilies on honesty and patriotism and this is the Way he carries out his precepts. Verily Washington has become about As bad As Sodom and gomorrah iniquity of every kind is flourishing in that Nee respectable City and no one seems to think it either singular or alarming the Only subject that commands attention at All is a what can be done to put Down slavery a exp Obion of a singular Accident occurred in the family of Aman named Miller residing in Cranberry Alley Between Pine and Locust streets on Friday evening. About dusk that evening the fire which was in a close stove had been replenished with Coal and the members of the family mrs. Miller Het child and an elderly lady were drawn up close to it when the stove exploded and flew into fragments. The child was very badly Cut and the old lady was seriously injured but both will recover mrs. Miller was dangerously wounded., her face being dreadfully marked and her person so badly injured As to place her recovery in jeopardy. It supposed that the explosion was caused by a powder Horn belonging to or. Miller who is a Soldier and is now absent in the army. This Horn hung in a closet in which the a Coal was kept and must have fallen into the scuttle and been unwittingly a emptied into the stove along with the Coal. The Only wonder is that some of those around the fire were not killed Patriot and Union. 5� gen. Michaei Corcoran died on the 22d �iibl., of injuries received by a fall from Bis horse. Or. Joseph Nissley of East Donegal twp., Lancaster county is feeding a steer which for size and weight surpasses any of his previous the steer in question has been christened a gen. Hooker a is about six years old and he is believed to weigh three thousand seven Hundred pounds. John Morgan the escaped guerilla chief has reached Richmond and Davis has Given him a command in the army of Georgia. New counterfeit counterfeit Twenty Doliar note on Tho Potts town Bank of Pottstown pa., was circulated in Philadelphia on saturday. The Vignette is the representation of a rolling Mill. On the right end is an engraved head of Daniel Webster and on the left a picture of a Man drinking with a woman and child near him. Us it the men who Are in Power now can to even a a run a Penitentiary successfully As was shown by their permitting the escape of How then can it be expected that they will a a run the government with Success ? the theatre going it is announced by Telegraph that the president had so far recovered As to be enabled to visit the theatre nightly i a t a _ fatal Accident on the Messersmith aged 18 years son of or. John Messersmith innkeeper of this City and a Comrade named White were drowned on thursday morning in a Pond near Yocum a forge in Cymru township about 6 Miles from town. They were skating at the time when Messersmith broke through the ice and Young White in attempting to Rescue him was dragged into the water and both were drowned. A Reading Gazette. A st a motion to exempt clergymen from the operations of the draft made in the u. S. Senate on thursday last was Defeated by a vote of yeas 9, nays 33, or More than three to one against the proposed measure. It has been erroneously stated that All letters to members of Congress must be prepaid. The transmission and receipt of mail matter by Quot them continues As heretofore under the franking privilege namely free. A congressman . Myer Strouse m. C. Of the Schuylkill and Lebanon District has presented to his colleague Hon. A. H. Co Forth of the Bedford District a splendid Gold headed Ebony Cane. The presentation took place a week or two ago at or. Strouse a rooms in Washington and had a the usual inspiring accompaniments a to which a number of assembled friends did full Justice. Waste in the learn How immense is the army of the United states it is necessary to examine the Rolls at the paymasters office. A correspondent of the Chic Ihnatik Gazette indignant at the a of a Cove rims there made says orly thing ought not on any pretext to be neglected. A peremptory Stop should be put to the further saddling of the country with a plethora of officers. We have on the Rolls say an army of 7o0#t>0 men of whom perhaps half a million Are Fri some sort or. Other in the Field. Vve Are paying officers for not a Man less than fourteen Hundred thousand i a colonel is popularly supposed to command a thousand men. Our colonels will hardly average 500 the same May be said of All subordinate officers. As tor Superior ones who needs to be told of the hosts cd brigadier and major generals without work and standing in the Way of the promotion of better men ? or Thomas Taylor of Northampton county pa., owns a hog which is Nineteen years old and which has in her time added two Hundred and thirty seven Little pigs to the Sinish multitude. Jenny Lind it is said has lost her voice. This is related to have made itself painfully apparent on the occasion of her singing in the a Elijah a of Mendelssohn lately in England. Birls Are to be reported to the present Congress to bring Utah Nebraska and Colorado into the Union As states. Public Sale of a valuable farm Purut ant to an Orier of the oni Hsei Kart of oot Wrt a slate a expo aet to a Fife by ptom0 of of of in on Friday january 1, -1864, o clerk in the a to noon of tint it for i ear my. A. A a a a Pitu ats Fri Guage tenement of Man b Hanover town tip Teh Otoi a pants on thebe Fojt bum a no Jonestown roed i Nuto Toto in reps fat lion. Adjoint by land of Henry Phr Jeh George by. Berle. John can Wren a a. Fht amt seems fire notice. Rio Olio members of Northern Mutual Ins�o-1 Rance company of Lancaster losses sustained amp a fire by several members of said company in the year previous to the 1st Day of december 1862, to the amount of $643 74, of which sum was paid from the funds of said company $531 63, leaving a tax due for the year ending december list 1362, of 112 i. Losses sustained for the Vear ending december 1st, 1863 Samuel Mellinger a estate of Warwick township had summer House destroyed by fire loss to be paid $105 00. Jos. Be amp vier of Warwick township contents in Weaver shop. $22 50. Henry Zimmerman of lower Paxton township Dau Whin county barn and contents. 1150, j. So he a Ira a % m. Zimmerman tenants contents in said Dorn $196 63, which losses Are to be paid with interest for the year ending december 1st, 1863. Notice is therefore Given to All the members of said company to two per the Dollar on their respective Premium notes deposited with the Secretary previous to Tho 15th Day of july last past to be paid within 20 Days from the Date Hereof to Samuel Nissly ner Lincoln late new Ephratus Lucaster county Secretary of said company or to Alum Konigmacher president Ephrata township Lancaster comity. Samuel Keller Middle Creek Ephrata township Lancaster comity. A John s. Hacker Lincoln Ephrata township Lancaster county. Samuel Wolf near new Berlin Ephrata township Lancaster county. John r. Hess Clay township Lancaster county Hiram Erb. Do do do do c. In. Eby. Warwick do do do Levi w. Keutzer West Cocalico fcp., Lancaster county. Henry lie Yimau jr., North Tab anon township Lebanon county. A directors of the company. Jacob Herr Myerstown Lebanon county. Cyrus m. Oral Shaffer st a do do agents of said company for Lebanon county. All those members who fail to quake payment before the first Day of feb Lilaby next their Idemance will by suspended until the first of May next and if not paid on the first of May next their insurance will become cancelled Aud null and void by reason of Suchde-1 Miqu Kitcy Aud the cot of Ltd collection must follow As provided by Tho act of incorporation and by Laws of the company. By order of the Board of directory. A a m Samuel Nissly Secretary. For the convenience of the Lebanon county Mem Bers the undo signed will attend the following times and places for Colie Tiou a Lebanon monday january 4, 1864, at the Public House of John Matt hos. A saturday january 9, at the Public Honse of Chr tin Llo for. West Hanover Dauphin county tuesday. January -12, at the Public Bouse of John Buck. East Hanover Lebanon county thursday january 14, at the Harper House from 10 to 12 o clock and from 1 to 3 of clock at the Public House of Morris Fox in Lionnet Nebo Jonestown Friday. January 15, at the Public House of Samuel Tauk. At the House of the undersigned in North Lebanon township of monday january 18,1864. Henry Heilman jr., director. Dec. 23, 1863 Holiday presents. Magic time observers. Betnun a Hunting or open face or lady to or gentle Many Swatch combined with Patent self winding improvement a most pleasing Novelty. One of the prettiest most convenient and decidedly the Best and cheapest time piece for general and to liable use Eves offered. It Lias within it and connected with its machinery its own winding attachment rendering a key entirely unnecessary. The costs of this watch Are composed of two metals the outer one being Fine 16 Carat Gold. It has the improved Ruby action lever movement and is warranted an accurate time piece. Price superbly engraved per Case of half dozen $264. Sample watches in neat Morocco boxes $35. Silver watches first class Hunting time piece for accuracy of movement Beauty of material and above All cheapness in Price these watches must insure Universal approbation. An imitation faultless that it can hardly he detected by the most experienced judges the material being of two metals the outer one first Quality Sterling Silver while the inner one is German Silver it cannot be recognized by cutting or heavy engraving making it not Only in appearance but in durability the Best resemblance of solid Sterling Silver i 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. At wholesale Only in heavy Hunting cases beautifully engraved White enamel dial and fancy Cut hands in Good running order by the halt dozen $66. Sold Only by the Case of six upon receipt of two dollars of guarantee of Good Faith we will Send watches by sex pet a to any part of the Loyal states collecting balance of Bill on delivery. Tii is ensures buyers against fraud git ing them their watches before payment is required. Bond orders to the sole importer. Gaius Wheaton no. 12 jewellers Exchange Cor. Cortlandt st. And Broadway new York dec. 18,1863. Public notice. Public notice is hereby Given that the charter of the Emanuel s Church of South Lebanon township lebanonco., pa., was duly presented to the court of common pleas of Lebanon county for examination and will be approved according to Law on Tho first Day of january term next unless Good cause be shown to the font rare. Henry Siegrist Protho a Etc. 6,1803, 7 received two from juries 3 and 4. At the International exhibition London-xs62 being tiie see a -1 a a. A a a Quot a awards Alife a exceeding excellent for food. At tub great International exhibition at Jex Bro Quot pfc rec try o uly 1s63. Received the highest medal for its delicacy is an article of food. Used for puddings custards Blanc Mange Arvith Oul isinglass with few or no eggs. It is excellent for thickening Sweet sauces oracles for fish meat scuds a. For ice Cream nothing can compare with it a Little boiled in milk makes a Rich Cream for Coffeo chocolate Tea a. A most delicious article of fond Fri children and invalid. It is vastly Superior to Arrow Root and much Moro economical. W time la Fau Dir we. Duryea wholesale agent october a 18fl3.-6m16fliuu�n Fork Blanket shawls. Cloth Woolen clothing of Alt �7� j a a t Blue Black pressed 7 died Jet and out equal to new by a warranted w Lyon Lemberger a articles Tobo dyed can be left attended to?10� Ftp to March 11. Isra idyon.,5�4tklnb d containing 138 Aeres if Whf Fife in aws May in a oar Timber tie Impf remt erected to Berk we so pm Boer dad a Joper Vito summer Kitchen a up a Baum Wogon shod a porn okie. He air or failing Spring i Wetor and n Good Spring House in near the Bri Wittl. A a the land is 1n a Good a Tete of Uiti Retros a a by Orchard any amount of amp Gwit fees also a find Stream of Watib wilted creek1�?T runs tii Tagh it also a treat few Mountain land situate in Tho a Sis township adjoining is of heirs of to cps 8, Widm amp a a Leman and George Bossy wry containing 13 Aeres and 88 perches neat a str Tsatte App rte a township of East Han. A in in Tho estate of Davidjr a w held on the premises and the trustee of the Quot by the court a sol. A. Stroh Cirk of the orphans leb., dec. 9, 1863. A for Sale or Exchange. The undersigned will sell or Exchange for a Stiitt. Far his desirable House and lot of Groom a in East Street East Lebanon. The Home is a new two Story Brick with Kitchen attached l All Well built and Well arranged with All needs Lillamary conveniences. Also Cistern Bath House smoke House All kinds of fruit Trees a on the premises. This property if not sold will be. Exec Eageat As above. Good and indisputable Giyei. For fur tier information apply to jambs n. Roger so Kusmit. Lebanon july 16,1862. Out lots at privas a Sale will be sold at private Sale 8 car in Long Lane near the Boron of score Quot Wall township. It adjoins the land or 1 Quot Quot a on the North we. Atkins and John in i there is a one Story log House a amp 1 erected on the land and a Good Well n. To a the land has fins stones for quarries t make a Nice Home for a stall family. It is free from ground rent. Good -. Given. Adam Bic Fierle n. tract la now covered with ii a of which will be Given to the purchaser. Lebanon june 13, 1860. Private Sale of Borough property. Phe subscriber offers for Sale the lot of &a9m& dec x Market Street Lebanon. Square South Sfa it Psi wept Side 33 feet front by 199 deep amp red a by George Hera or. The Are z. Two Story weather boarded 1 a a House . For amp a Flor Lill in formation and terms apply to George s. I Lebanon sept 9,1863, private Sale of Yocum a farm. Tomik subscriber offers at private Sale his Fine farm x in North Lebanon township Lebanon county 3 Miles East from Lebanon and i m Ile North of the Berks and Dauphin Turnpike containing 824 acres of Good farming land some of which la Limestone adjoining lands of Cyrus Eckert Peter Boyer John Wolf Jacob Arnold and others. The improvements a a Are a two Rory Brick dwelling House with basement Sweitzer barn 36 by 60 feet tenant Honse Orchard with almost All kinds of fruit Well with pump at the Honse a and a other at the Bam both never failing fences re in Good a order and the Fields Are convenient 8 Aeres of Woodland four of which Are Chestnut sprouts. Two Springs Are on this farm. Good title and Possession will be Given on the 1st Day of april 1864. For farther information apply to the subscriber on the premises. Levi Yocum. October 28,1863._-_ Public Sale of a valuable business stand. Will he sold at Public Sale at the Public Lions of Henry d. Carmont in tip Borough of Leba a non. On saturday january 2,1864, at 1 of clock . That valuable business Tad Loca a Ted on Cumberland Street Between the Black horse and Washington hotels formerly in the Possession of j. C. Reisner. The lot is feet front and 198 feet deep to an alter. The Houge in a three Sto a try nearly new Bride with Large to a or Kitchen attached. Wash Honse shed a i a and Ether improvements. The first i a Story contains a Fine store a a a there a go basement att fitted up and arranged for atm Oyster cellar. Gas throughout the whole Honse. This i a a very desirable property and Well worthy the attention of buyers. It is within a saw Arotine court House and in the very Centre of toe business it of the Borough. Possession and Good title will be gives on the let Day of april 1864. Terms a fre will be made known by William Ault. Lebanon. Dec. 16,1863._____ the great Tea Compart is vestry Street new York ?bn�?o1,t�?~0n to crated a new Eta in a a wholesale reas is this country. They have Intro used their selections of teas and re Belling them at not Oxer two cents .02 cents per Pound above Cost Zierott deviating from the Oice Price Asard another Peculiar Iliyof the company is that their of theits a a the a election or their teas As to Quality value and Narti Cartar particular localities of country hot he helps a re l i Tyr oos a out their enormous Stock a his particular treats and not Only tins but Points ont to him the Best bargains. A to a incalculable advantage Azan if h establishment Orar All others i. A i if. A a Tea or the if his time is rateable he has All the benefits of a Well organised i Dement of nrofi�.-683"0 a in use capital of the a a a a bees a11 Ray Ere no matter if they Are �?o�?orket�?1to Purchase on 1 Here As the new York merchants. .0r��r teas sn4 wih he erred by us Sheet orfeiilal�?Tseki7 7"�?o� , being sure to less a Truo Wei hts and Tares and the. 1ea8 tire warranted As represented we issues a i Price list of too company Stew which a a Mil be sent to All who order it comprising Hyson Young Hyson _ Imperial. A a tin powder Twanakay and skin. Oblong Souchon Orange amp Hyson Pekoe. �t1o/a. Of every description coloured and in motored. This list has each Kina of Tea divided into Foto amely cargo High cargo find Fin hot that every one May understand from desm Fotioo and the prices annexed that the company Are detail a lined to undersell the whole Tea Trade Peter. M e guarantee to sell alb our Tom at _ two can is .02 cents per Donn having this to to enormous pro use great american Tea company importers anti jobbers nov a am Yemen Street new York. Lyfko Peter Lorillard snuff amp tobacco manufacturer r16 amp 18 Chambers st., would rauth�>�ft20� ,h-atha�1 3�?~reet. New York his manufacture. In 1011 of imbrbt0 <��10� of Brown snuff of toe pm Demitros Rny a to pure Virginia coarse Kappee Nuschi Tochet american gentleman Copenhagen. Scotch yellow snuff a a Honey Dew scotch. High Toast Soott a fresh Honey Dew soothe Irish High Toast fresh scotch or Lund foot. A Trot reduction in Pri Tebora is smoking. . Shoeing. To 1 8 a a to. My o Gavon Dieh or Sweet Spanish a Obj ,e�isclu�<il3 0r�noco, canister tin foil Cavendish Turki. Granulated. C Ciroula of prices will be tent on Epptin Hon. New York april 1,1s63.-j>

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