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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 30, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaPhnmh�w0fmhbs9sia a i pm us tim flu t = ii80 a Ems a Kios Tfir of Cosamy boo Ember 3q, Isas. Home affairs. Lila Hon advertiser Fly 1 Fml n mar Jan. 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Thursday february 18�?abraham Geib dec? South Lebanon. Friday february ibo John Dietz s. Annville. Monday March 7�? Stock and farming implements of Moses Uhrich in Cornwall township. Thursday March 17�?John Dietz s. Annville. It tuesday March 22�?abraham Geib deed., . Beal estate sales. Friday january 1�?rea� a utter by trustees of estate of Duvid Stine dec d., in East Hanover. Saturday january 2�?Lebanon Borough property by win. Ault. Saturday january 9�?chestnut sprout land by Henry Swope a Derry township Dauphin county. Private sales. Borough property of James a. Rogers. Borough property of Corgo s. Gasser out lots of Adam Ritcher. Farm by Levi Pocura. To All of our readers and the rest of Mankind a Happy hew year. Fatal Camp Bank hear Baltimore december 21st, a Pari of twelve men to longing to Bank a Pennsylvania Battery of artillery were excavating land and gravel from a heavy Bank for the purpose of procuring gravel to construct new Road. The excava Ling was considerable and the Earth above was 80 loosened that it suddenly fell to the ground and buried under it three of the men. Upon removing the Earth Thomas 3. Rapp was discovered dead and privates Abraham Shintz and Jobo s. Sebalka of the Pennsylvania Battery considerably injured Burhit is Likely that both a Wil i recover. At meeting of mount Lebanon Lodge a. Y. A of Liia Borough hold on tire a evening of the 22na, the following named officer were elected to serve for the ensuing w. W., Geo. P. Fine Weaver s. W., . Miller j. W., John Njirich Secretary we. G. Ward treasurer Joe. L. Lemberger. The Fine weather of Christmas was taken advantage of by men and women a to go it is Good exercise and with a pure a conscience a merry heart and a Good pair of skates Dull Nar Ewill not dare to interfere. Ray. Or. Harbaugh has designed the pastor ship of st. John s reformed Church in this Borough preparatory to entering on his professorship in the Seminary at mergers big. He will preach his Farewell Sermon in st. A Johns Church next sunday evening. Or. Tobins to Notias a liniment is Given Universal satisfaction during the fourteen years it dins been introduced into the United n.,?� Oner Belg tried by million it has been pro Timea the destroyer of the world. Pain Carnot be where title uni rent is applied. If used As directed to Auu tud Nevar has failed in a Ringle mop of Fla of ought and influenza it can to be beat. One cure All the above besides being use Pun every family for sudden accidents such As Burns Cuta a aids to stings a. It is perfectly duo outto take internally andean be Given to the Ullest Perea or youngest child. Price 25 and 50 cents 0. Hotto office 56gourtland Street new York. Sold Hru druggists. Bee 8, 1863�?1 the real estate of John Britenbach in Jackson township was recently sold to several persons and brought Between $10,000 and $11, <�?~00. The tavern stand and 2 acres of land of Henry Lehman in Bethel township was recently sold to Moses Brandt for $1560. Notices to quit for Sale at this of boo. The meeting for the Benefit of the S. Christian commission held in the court House in this place on thursday evening a week was organized by Callin g Hon. A in. In �1-linger to the chair and or. J. L. Lemberger to actas Secretary. Chaplain Amber who had been a prisoner at Richmond and Rev. Or. Par a Vin who has been actively engaged in the services of the commission made speeches. The Best Means to accomplish the object of the meeting was discussed and it was finally determined to appoint a committee of five to supervise collections Here and in concert with the head establishment of the commission. This committee is composed of h. Karmany Jacob Roadie j. L. Lemberger Geo. L. Atkins and j. Killinger. The soldiers True Over forty years. Or. Holleway has been supplying All the armies of Europe with his pills amp ointment they having proved themselves the Only medicines Able to cure the of Dyson Terv scurvy sores wounds and bruises. Every Quot Knapsack should contain them. Only 25 cts. Per Box or pot. 232 soldiers and officers in the being exposed to sudden changes should always be supplied with a a Browne a bronchial troches a As they give prompt Relief in a cold cough or an irritated Throat. It take enrolling is go inset. And it is expected that the conscription Waltl be enforced immediately so i would advice every a body to get their pictures taken in time for then re late uni and friends and the Only place to get a bo.1, picture is at z1m3ibrma�-�?T� new York gallery for he is taking the cheapest. The brat and most life like pictures in Lebanon. It is admitted by All that be can to be beat for Bis gallery a always crowded give him a Call and you will find As we recommend. Remember the place Zimmerman a Ive v York photographic gallery Cumberland st. Bail Early and avoid a crowd. P. 8.�?children and anybody that has got weak eyes should Call at Zimm or Many a gallery. His Flo Tares is by req Tirc from 3 to 6 seconds time to sit guns rifles pistols pow Der it apse of cd re a attention . G. Adlesich proc fully inform the Public that be com-88 1 business of manufacturing and dealing in guns rifles pistols powder Cape wads and All kinds of gunning and gun material at his store on Market Street a few doors North of the l. V it r., Lebanon to. Quot All kinds of repairing done at the shortest pos Sable notice and in the Best style of workmanship. Lebanon june 24, 1863.�?1y Blanks for Bounty and invalid pen ion claims just printed and for Salo at the advertiser office. A a a a in a special flt ice. Be Wise by times not trifle with your Heath Constitution and character. If you Are suffering with any diseases for which item bold a extract Buchy a is recommended. Try it try it try it it will cure you i"0 Lons suffering allaying pain and inflammation and will restore Izz Quot health and f Unity at Little expense and no exposure out out the advertisement in another of Minn a he Pevlor Send Forit. A a a r is we bj5ware of counterfeits. Ask for Rembolt s. Take no other a a cures guaranteed. F october 2a, 1868.�?2m. A a pm. Saponin left or concentrated Lye family soap maker. makes High prices Saponi Fier helps to induce them it makes soap for four cents u Pound by using your Kitchen grease. Fit. Caution i As spurious Lyes Are offered also be careful and Only buy the patented article put up in Iron cans a others be tag counterfeits. Petina. Salt manufacturing co., Philadelphia no. 121 Walnut Street. Pittsburgh Pitt Street and Tuesno Way. Nov is 1863.�?3m. The confessions and experience of a invalid. Published for the Benefit., and As a warning and a caution to Young in who suffer from nervous debility premature decay of manhood Etc supplying at the same time. The Means of self cure. By one who has cured himself after being put to great expense and injury through medical Humbug and quackery. By enclosing npo3t paid addressed envelope single copies May be had of the author. Nathaniel Mayfair Esq. Bedford Kings county Y. May 27, 1sg3,. Communicated pulmonary consumption a. Disease a Gar a curable to consumptive. The undersigned having been restored to health in a few weeks by a Verv simple remedy after having suffered several years with a severe lung affection and that dread disease consumption is anxious to make known to h is fellow sufferers the Means of cure. To All who desire it. He will Send a copy of the prescription used free of charge with the directions for Uren Rinir and using the same which they will find a sure cure Fer consumption. Asthma bronchitis. Coughs colds. Amp a. The Only object of the advertiser in sending the prescription is to Benefit Tho afflicted. And spread information which he Couch Ives to be invaluable and he Hopes every sufferer will try his remedy As it will Cost them nothing and May prove a Blessing. Turtles wishing the prescription Wili please address ret. Edward a. Wilson Williamsburg Kings county oct. 21,1863.�?4m. York. Terible disclosures. Secrets for the million i a most valuable and wonderful publication. A work of 400 pages and 30 to Flored engravings. . Hunt Bra a Vad Mecum an original and popular treatise on Man and woman their physiology functions and sexual disorders of Ever kind with never failing remedies for their speedy cure. The practice of or. Hunter hns Long been and still is unbounded but it the Earnest solicitation of numerous persons lie has Veen induced to extend his medical usefulness through the medium of his it is a volume that should let a in the hands of every family in the land As a preventive of secret vices or is a guide for the alleviation of one of the most Nawf a i and destructive Scourge 8 Ever v visited Mankind. One copy set tirely est closed. Will be forwarded free of Post age to any part of the United states for 50 cents in i. O. Sump. Or 3 copies for $1. Address Post paid or. Hunter no. 3 division Street new York. Sept. 3,1s�k3.. Special police. Mad 4ii porters curative Balsam has Long tested the truth that there Are great principles in medicines As there is fun science and this Medicine is compounded on principles suited to the manifold nature of Man a the cure of colds is in beeping open the pores and it gentle internal we no a the and the is caused by the use of this Medicine. Its remedial qualities Are based on its Power to assist the healthy and vigorous circulation of blood through the Lune is it enlivens the Melos and assists the skin to perform its duties of regulating the heat of the system Aud in gently throwing off the waste substance from the surface of a he body. It is not a Voi lout remedy but emollient warming searching and effective. So id by All drag gifts at 13 and 25 cents per Botto. Sept. 2,1863. there Dick and Nancy where Are you going that you Are in such a Burry ? to Are just on our Way to Bailys photograph gallery to have our pictures taken. He takes splendid pictures and his gallery is nearly ail the time crowded so i said to Nancy we will go Carly this morning before any body else gets there or we will have to come away again without getting any. i have heard too that daily a gallery is nearly ail the time crowded and so Why done to you go to some other gallery ? i we could not think of such a we Admire the True and picture that daily takes so much that we would not go to another gallery if could get them for nothing. Henna seven years experience in the business Haes a Complete sett of improved instruments an excellent by hat up there fore takes the Best pictures n town and so of course every body that wants a Good picture goes to him. A k ind of pictures Esq take 1 ax8.�?he takes photographs from miniature to life size Plain or coloured. His card pictures have been pronounced More truthful and life like than some that have been taken in our Large cities. His ambr typos Are Beautiful Aud can to be beat. To also excels in copying pictures from Small daguerreotypes and enlarging them almost to any size. is this Gal Lery ? i must give him a Call too. A a. _. come along with Nancy and i and we will How you. It is in Stine a new building next door to the Lebanon Deposit Bank. He has constantly on hand a Good assortment of Gilt and Rosewood frames cases albums ac., which he Sells for Good and cheap pictures we advise All to go to daily a gallery Lebanon a. March ii 63. St Jon a a reformed next sunday morning and in the evening or. In Arbaugh a Farewell Sermon. Preaching next Sabbath morning in the German Ian Gunge in the first reformed Church. English preaching next Sabbath morning in Zinc a a lutheran Church. No service in the evening. Preaching next sunday morning in the Ger Man and evening in the English language in Salem a lutheran Church by Rev. Emery of Palmyra moravian service in the evening of thursday next 3lst Day of december and Midnight service in German also on new years Day German preaching at 10 . Next sunday morning at 10 a. M., English preaching. Amir. On the 22ml in�t., by the Rev. F. Kremer. Or. Henry Noirl a of Cornwall tp., to miss Mai of Ann Yilli to. Tin won to. On the 24ih inst. By the same or. Corn Klub Sciott. Of Cornwall tp.,to miss Mary stick left of Schaefferstown this county. On tuesday morning the 15th insfc., at the residence of the brides father in Palmyra pa., by the lev. S. Emery or. Jerome 31. De1ningek, to miss an-gel1nk Henry. A Ato. r on the 23d inst by Rev. Or. A. I Fujier of Jour town to miss Mary a , of Middletown a. Of amp by a in this Borough on the 19th inst., mrs. Elizabeth put kits aged 75 years month and Luain in this to rough on tha 22ud most. Mrs. Magdalena Heilman Consort of John Heilman deceased aired 79 years 5 months and 16 Days. Jar on the 24th of november near Boal but Centro county pa., or. Philip Moyer fort Eric of Lebanon. Aged 03 years 4 months and 29 Days. On the 10th inst., in Union Elmira daughter or Joseph and Magdalena ask aged 5 years 11 months and 5 Days. _ to Dollie let not Repine a yes Ifim sad and weary no meat than Mike. While a thwart with the Saiu cd where the weary Are at on the 1st of october at Cornwall. Mrs oat a Kuse wife of or. William Donly aged 64 0>irh. Mrs Danlyka a kind Offu Otious e web it a a �?~f�?�t0�?zf Mother a True Christian. She was a. The thirty years and her Yolo of pro i a Aud prayer will he sadly Missel in the Itu sorrowing hearts mom n her Rio allure and nor Deain has left an a hug void that Devur can be filled. Let the afflicted husband and children to comforted. Jesus was her Friend and in the hour of death he did forsake bar. No dread of death or the Gravo the dying soul no trusting entirely on Christ to Lead her through the dark Valley the Happy spirit winged its Way upward Natii it reached that Happy abode of thei deemed in the lord. A a a Nana when christians did a Sweet a a a a i when holy souls return 10 u., fanned by some guardian Angelus Wing Here a thy Victory ? of 1 death where 1� 0h i grave a of f the Lebanon i Hakkei. Carefully corrected weekly. Lebanon wrung Day. December 30, 186.3. Extra family $7 50 Egga doz., 2-1 extra flour 7 00 prime White wheat 65 prime red wheat 3 45 new wheat in Rome Rye Corn Oats Clover seed Timothy need flax seed Mother. Typhoid fever that dreadful disease was endured by Mother Aud son within one month and Al though the a folic ton is severe for the surviving father and friends is it not glorious to know that Mother and son Aro in Tho same Doniv secure from All the Trousil a and 8 arrows it if this sad. to ill William Dot Only or As he jew familiarly called a a lit tip was a Young mad of unusual kind and Gentl imn ulv in his Dep uti Hent. He won the regard of All who knew him. In the a Nily Circle his place is vacant add sad hearts fuel that he is not Here for that a have Homo him away to the same graveyard whore within a few years other Yourg Hus Bauda and sons have been Laid i a the cult silent or Nve. It is a Beautiful spot that of Wall burial ground with its lofty Trees near Tho Entrance that now a log sad re requiem for the departed. But Iva the soul sleep thu re no it lives and in heaven with Tho saluted spirit of a Mother a clothed in the garb of righteousness and wii1 Ping throughout All eternity the glory and Mig Osty of the latib o f god. Lest Young brother refit Sweet is thy sleep on the dear Saviour s breast no Ani Rush con reach thy treed spirit now Vin that heaven of rest the Christian s Home of Joy. 1 1u 95 75 5 00 3 50. 1 25 dried apples pealed 50 peach a Snitz a Quot Quot poach a Iluf Zels a cherries onions. Potatoes bus 2 50 1 52 1 50 37 50 Appl butter Creek 45 butter la. Tub or salted butter lard tallow Ham. Shoulders sides soap bees Wax White rags mixed rage Elax lb., bristles lb., feathers fl>., Wool s>., soup Beans qt., Yaegar gal., 24 24 10 10 10 10 3 8 7 25 3 40 40 7 12 the i i a it i a iia Mai Het. Saturday eve Xis dec. 26, 1863. Ikon Quot a the Market continues very firm with Small sales of Anthracite at $44 for no 1, and $42 per ton for no. 2 flour Tho Market is firm but inactive at previous rates with sales of 500 bbl at $7 25@ $7 50 for fair to Good Edda family 100 bbl old Stock at $6 50, and 1,000 bbl Western family on terms kept secret. The Home Trade Are buy ing at from $6@$6 50 fur superfine $875@$7 25 for extra $7 37�@$8 for family and $8 50 @$10 per bbl for Haney brands As to Quality. Rye flour is quiet with Small sales at $6 50 bbl. Pennsylvania Corn meal is offered at $550 $ bbl. Grain wheat is Dull 5 about 4000 bus. Sold in lots at a 60@$1 64c for red and to 70@$l 95s bus. For White the latter for prime Kentucky. Rye is Selling in a Small Way at $1 37e @1 40c bus. Corn is inactive j about 3.000 bushels new yellow sold at 113c, old is held at 122@ 25o. Per Bushel. Oats Are quiet with sales of 2,000 bushels Penn at sgc., weight seeds Clover is in better demand 300 bushels sold at $7 75@$8 mostly at the latter rate for prime. Timothy is Worth $2 75@$3 00. Flaxseed $3 15@$3 17 per Market for beef cattle was Dull at about previous rates and the offerings about 2450 head mostly Aii deposed of at prices within the Range of $7@12 for common to Good and extra Quality chiefly at $9@1j the 100 Tbs. Cows were unchanged and 140 sold at $1s to $35 each for Springer and $25 to $45 fut cows and calves. Hogs were not so plenty and without alteration some 3350 were disposed of including 2150 at Glass ai7i@8f, and 1180 at the Avenue Yard at $s@9 the 100 sheep�?3000 were offered and sold at $4i@6� to la Gross. Little or no Ehn nge. Lebanon county agricultural amp horticultural society. A the animal election of the a Lebanon count agricultural horticultural and mechanical society Wili be held on saturday Jan uary 9, 1804, at a hotel in the Borough of Lebanon Between the hours of 1 and 4 of clock p. 51. To being also the time for the first stated meeting o f the society for the year 18&4. Dec. 30, 1s63. Isaac Hoffer. Secretary. Public Sale of personal property. Or Ritj be sold at Public Pale at the residence of of the subscriber in South Annville township Lebanon county about 2 Miles from Annville. On Friday february 19, 1861 and thursday March 17, 1864, Tea following Stock. Farming simple mints and household polio Petty Viz a Felfe 6 head of ilor ses 10 Milch /2j5r5fi_ Cowa. 4 heifers with calf 3 w5jw�?oseb burls bulls 19 head of Young cattle 12 head of sheep 2 Breeding sows 10 Shoate 2 Broad wheeled wagons l Spring Wagon 5 ploughs 4 Harrow a 2 shovel harrows 1 thrashing machine 1 reaper 2 cutting boxes 1 Windmill 1 Carriage. 1 trotting buggy Good As new 2 Patent hav ladders amp a. Amp a also pc Large variety of every kind of household and \. Kitchen furniture and a Large variety of other articles for farming and housekeeping too numerous to Merton. All the articles not sol at the first Day of Salo will be sold on the second. Sule to commence at 10 of Clook a. 31., of said Days when terms will be made khow n by John Dietz. S. Annville tp., dec. 30,1863, wanted. A Young Man from 17 to 20 years of age that has bad a year or two of experience in a store is wanted in a store in this Borough. Apply it this office. Lebanon due. 23, j8�o3. John Diller has just received at his grocery store Cumber Laud st., one door West of Market a lot of fresh fruit in Chus including peaches Gagus Green Corn tomatoes jellies. Pickles. Piccarelli cauliflower Ketchup Pepper sauce. Cheese. Engl Ofili Limberger sap Sage. A fish. Sardines Salmon Mackerel herring codfish. Fruit. Raisins current in Tufts dry dapple and peaches cranberries apples Hominy tapioca Burley. Pens the. A lot of meal. Also 50 barrels of now York apples. Ilig Hest Price Given in Cash for eggs butter dried apples and peaches Beans onion amp a. Public patronage is solicited. John Diller. Lebanon dec. 23 ,1863. Philadelphia and Reading R. Lebanon Talley Burmich. On and after december 28th, 1863, an accommodation a a Assn Ger train Wili be run Between Reading and Harrisburg in addition to the other passenger trains now a in eng on the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Leaving Reading at 7 35 ., passing Lebanon at 8 44 ., and arriving at Harrisburg at 10 a. Is. Leaving a Larr Teburg at5 p. M., passing Lebanon at 6 15, and arriving at Reading at 7 35 . Stopping at All passenger stations. The fast mail train leaving Reading at 11 07 a. M., will Stop Only at Womelsdorf Mye Down Leba non Annville Palmyra and Hummelstown. Ail passenger will procure their tickets before entering the trains. An extra charge �3 made on All fares paid in the cars. 0. A. Nicolls Reading pa., dec 16, 63.�?st. Gent supt. Self wmb.1 bred lift january court proclamation. Whereas the lion. John j. Pearson Esq., president of the several courts of common pleas in the District composed of Tho counties of Lebanon and Dauphin and judge of the courts of Oyer and ter Miner and general jail delivery for Tho trial of capital and All other offences in said counties the judge of the general court of Quarter sessions of the peace and general jail delivery in the county of Lebanon and William rank and Thomas aka mar. Eaqrs., judges of the general courts of Quarter sessions of the courts of Oyer and ter Miner general pc co and jail delivery Vor the trial of capital and other offences in said county of Lebanon through their precepts to directed the 2nd Day of november a. D., 1803, to hold a court of Oyer ant ter Miner and general jail delivery and a court of Quarter sessions of the peace in Lebanon for the county of Lebanon on Tho first monday of january next which will be Tho 4tb Day of said month to continue one week. A a notice is therefore hereby Given to the Coroner the justices of the peace and to constables within the county of Lebanon to appear in their own a it Earons with their Rolls recognizance inquisitions examinations Aud other documents and present the same to the prosecuting attorney at least ten Days before the meeting of the court conformably to the provisions of the of Assembly passed at the Lutc session of the legislature. Also All those Bot nth and to prosecute prisoners which now Are or then May be Tho jail of Lebanon county will have then Aud there to appear on 1st monday of january to proceed against them As than May be just. Elvaa a Quot the 4th Doy we new Uwi a a a it a the largest Slock the Best assortment the cheapest goods at Goodyear amp ffjenbach�?Ts cheap Cash and produce store Cumberland Street Baber s Block Lebanon a a. have just received another addition to our Al a ready Large Stock of dry goods. Groceries Qucen Swaro amp c. Quot full line of Blanket shawls Brocha Seo Teh plaids Tibet mourning second dress goods. Full line of French Merino All colors . co bergs Alpaca a Deluina new styles Brocha valour Poppins <3d Valencia s Wool detains Wool repps plaids Fig. Cashmere. Magnificent line of fancy of Fps figr Damp Plain Black Silks. Balmoral skirts for $2 75 and upwards hoop sluts fall no of skeletons at a to prices quakers skirts. Ladies Clolie. 3>rftb, water proof Black and Beaver both from $1 75 to $3 50 privy re. Flannels. Wool and Cotton flannels at All prices. Its i Irving flu Nels Flo blankets mensa Wear. Cloths Casp Meres sat Netts and vesting. Cents shawls very cheap. Mourning department our mourning department is Complete consisting of single and double Width delains., single and double Width Cashmere Alpaca Merino bomb Zines All Wool repps Valonzia silk Stripo plaids Delaine. Calico amp a. Hosiery a gloves veils collars. English and French Crape a. Call and look through our Stock and get Tho prices As it is to trouble to show goods. Our motto is a Small profits Quick sales a and Good value. Goodyear amp Diffenbach a new York cheap Cash store. Leb., dec. 16,�?T63. Croup. New i Avex. Dee 11/1862. Having been taught that medicines in order to to valuable must originate with some particular faculty or school to co Midert a Patent medicines so called h Humbug until after losing our beloved child with croup we were forced by the suffering of another from the Samo disease and the advice of friends to try coeds cough Balsam. Little Eddie had gone and though we loved him we would not Call him from his quiet rest to share the sorrows of this unfriendly world. But Willie is there no remedy for thee we Jound it in coeds cd orb Balsam. It relieved him in a bout a vant a minutes to our great Joy and the sur Price of others. Etc Boya Quot Wim 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 say to every Parent when your child is suffering with group give this Balsam g ivc it freely if we did not believe it to be the Best remedy for you we certainly would not say it. Truly yours. J Edward Gwinell mercy Gwinell. For Sale by Al druggists everywhere. Pc. G. Clark amp co., proprietors. New Haven Conn. Pee advert is intent in another column. Dec. 16, �?T63 �?3t Obi action notice. J5 5s hereby Given that an a Inchon of seven managers of the Lea angst Gas company to serve for the ensuing your will be held on monday the 4th Day of january. 1804, it the office of the company on water Street Between the hours of 2 of clock and 4 of clock v. By order of the Board. John w. Misti see a. Leb., dec. 9, �?T6sl election notice. Notice is hereby riven that an Flection for i Resi Dent and four directors of the North Lebanon Railroad company to serve for the ensuing year will to hold on monday the i lift Day of january 1864. Between the hours Oslo of clock a. M., and 12 of clock m., at the office of the company. By order of the Board. John w. Mish see a. Lob a dec. 9, 1863. _ S.5-220\s. The Secretary of the Treasury a not yet. Given notice of any intention to withdraw this popular loan froth save at and until ten Days notice is Given the As a a general subscription at Jent a vill Ctm Tiffe to Supply the Public. The whole amount of the a la Dnn Aneth pelted is five Hundred millions of a cows. Nearly four Hundred millions have been already subscribed for and paid into the Treasury Quot mostly within the last seven in Otlis. The Large demand from nor it Kuh and the rapidly increasing Home demand for Rise us the basis for circulation by National banking associations now organizing in All parts of the country will if a very Short period absorb the balance. Sales have lately ranged from ten to fifteen millions weekly exceeding three millions daily and As it is Well known that the Secretary of Tho Treasury has ample a girl unfailing resources in the duties on imports and into or re a revenues and in the the interest bearing Legal tender Treasury notes it a almost a certainty that he will not find it necessary for a Long time to come to seek a i Market for any other Long or permanent i Oaks the interest and principal of which Are payable in Gold. Prudence and Sou interest must Force the minds of those contemplating Tho formation of National banking associations its Well is Tho minds of Oil who have Idle Money on their hands to to prompt conclusion that thew should Loso no time in subscribing to this most Poplar loan. It will soon to beyond their reach and Advance to a handsome Premium As we the of Autt with tha a seven thirty Loen when it was All sold and could no longer be subscribed for at . It is a six per cent loan the interest and principal payable in coins thus yielding Over nine per cent., per annul at the pro font rate of Premium and Coin. The government requires All duties on imports to be paid in Coin these Dulius have for a Long Iuie past amounted to Over a Quarter of a i lion of dollars daily sum nearly three times greater than that required in the payment of the interest on All Tho 5-20�?Ts and other permanent Loans. So that it is hoped that the surplus Coin in the Treasury at no Distant Day will enable the United slates to resume spec Eie payment tip in All loan is called 5-2d from die feet that whilst the Fonds May run Abr 20 years yet the government has a right to them off in Good at at any time after 5 years. A the interest is paid half yearly Viz on Tho first Days of november and May. Subscribers can have Coupon Bonds which Are payable to bearer and Are $50, $100. $500, and $1000 or registered Bonds denominations and in addition $5,000 and $10,000. For banking purposes and for of Trust monies the registered Bonds it arc preferable. These 5-20�?Ts cannot to taxed by states cities towns or counties and the government tax or them is Only per cent.,-on the amount of income whet the income of the Holder exceeds six Hundred dollars per annul All other investment such As income from mortgages Railroad Stock and Bonds Etc must from three to five per cent tax on the income. Banks Aud Bankers throughout the country a ill continue to dispose of the Bonds and nil orders by mail or otherwise promptly Attu ipod to. Hie inc. Even hence of a few Days delay to the delivery of the Bonds is unavoidable the demand being so great but is interest commences from the Day of subscription no loss is occasioned and every Effort is being made to dim Huish the delay. Jay Cooke agent 114 sown tilt i struck hta. Walters Mill. Rpike subscriber respectfully informs the Public that x Helms entirely rebuilt the Mill on the Little Swa Tara formerly known us a a Straw so Aud later As Iven Gertys a about one fourth of it mile from Jonestown Lebanon county a. That he has it now in Complete running order nil is prepared to furnish customers regularly with a very Superior article of As cheap As it can be obtained from any other source lie keeps also on hand and for Sale at the lowest Cash prices chop bran shorts amp a. He is also prepared to All kinds of customers work for banners and others at Tho very shortest possible notice Aud in vites All to give bin u trial. The machinery or the a Mill is entirely new and of the latest and most improved kind. By strict attention to business and fail dealing lie Hopes to Merit a share of Public patronage. Wheat Rye Corn Oats &c., bought for which the highest Lebanon Market prices will be paid. Franklin Walter May 7,1862. A Flam. Manhood How l0s1 110w rest0ked just published in a sealed envelope. Price six cents. A lecture Oil the nature treatment and Radical care of or seminal weakness involuntary emissions. Sexual debility and impediments to marriage generally Nervo Ouw consumption Epi Lens nil fits mental and physical incapacity result self also. A a a a ?1 a Culibr Well.ji.d., author of the Orem Book be. The world renowned author this admirable lec tire clearly a Rover from his own experience that Tho awful Leonac quinces of Seu abuse May be effectually removed without Medicine and without dangerous surgical operations Bougie Jub Ruments. Rings or cordial pointing out a c fat oped certain and effectual by which a very sufferer no matter what his condition May be May cure himself cheaply privately and radically ibis lecture will prove a Boon to thousands and thousands. Sent under Seal in a Puttin a mope Topany address 6b Iii map or six debts of two Job Tatge a amp Settani a in Iseri 1, latest jews just a magnificent Stock of fall Ard Winter dry goods at the hew York store. A a a a a we Hays just Opo nod Tho following list of great bargains received Iron our buyer in a Yow York Laines a to and 25 cts. Per Yard very Good prints from 16 cts. Upwards hooped skirt fail signs very in Tost styles Black Stollz shawls $1,60 and upwards ladles collars and sleeves cheaper than Ever. Groceries groceries. have just received from new Yorka fresh Stock of groceries such As Ivi losses sugar or Fec Tea a amp a ac., it two Hwy our goods exclusively for Cash and Aro thereby always enabled to buy where we can find Tho cheapest and will always give our customers the Benefit of this advantage. have but one Price Aud our terms Are Cash. Con and examine our Stock and if you done to buy you win see no Cross faces Towle amp Carlisle. Kendall a building Cumberland Street Lebanon 4?a left mob sept. 23, 1863. _ Samuel Reinoedl. Adolphus Rejno Eitl. Ceijas. H. Melt a Friendly invitation to All desirous of purchasing lumber amp Coal to the Host advantage at the old established a dwell known lumber Yard Keinz Nehls amp Meily at the Union canal on of East and West sides o Market Street North Lebanon Borough. Riik subscribers take pleasure in informing the Efti a Vena of Lebanon and surrounding counties that continue the lumber and Coal business at their old and Wal known stand where they Are daily receiving additional suppl yes of the Best and Well seasoned lumber consisting of White and yellow pie boards Plank and scantling. Hemlock boards Plank and scantling. Rails. Posts baling and fencing boards. Ash from 1 to 4 Inch Cherry from % to 3 ire. Poplar from % to 2 Inch. Poplar and Hardwood scantling. Oak and Maple boards and planks. Roofing am plastering laths. Shingles i shingles i shingles also Pine and Hemlock shingles. Coli Coal 1 Coal a Large Stock of the Best Quality of stove broken egg and Coal and also the Best Allegheny Coal for blacksmiths. J�5r thankful for the Liberal manner in which they have heretofore been gift ionized they would extend a cordial invitation Lor a continuance of favors As they Are confident that they now have the largest Best a7id cheapest Stock of lumber on hand in Tho county which will be sold Al a reasonable pm cent age 4k�please Call and examine our Stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. by. North Lebanon Borough May 7,18�2. Exciting Trio s Fouss of ?3 in ladder Milch Cumberland st. Lebanon a. New goods new Woods great inducements to Cash buyers. Inch Merino All coloured. English Merino All coloured. All Wool detains All coloured. Poplin Muslin detains amp Black French cloth. Beaver Over coating. Cloth for ladies Cleafes from $2,00 to �4,00.a i fancy and Black cass.6 j sati Nettus sold i Iii 50 Chi. To �1,00. Bed Check and ticking. Bleached Aud unbleached Muslin it i Woolen stockings. I a shirting flannel shirting flannel j Cali Coes and Gingham. Woolen and Cotton Hosei Rieg. Ladies and gents gloves. Hoop skirts hoop skirts Balmoral skirts. Umbrellas umbrellas Linen and paper full line of ladies and misses shawls. Woolen hoods Woolen hoods a Genera assortment of dry goods groceries amp Queens Are. L. K Lauder Milici. Krall kinds of country produce taken in Exchange for goods. Reading Sill i Road Winter arrangement. To it s. Excise a a a. Of a Totice is hereby flu that the annual a july Liet for the tenth collection District of Pennsylvania has been placed in bands for collection by the. Assessor thereof that tha int Les and taxes assesses by said assessor have become due and payable. All persons in Lebanon county charged with licenses income. Carriages or other excise duties on said assessors list Are required to the same to Anthony s. Ely Deputy collector of the -1th div. Of the 10th bist. Of pa., on or before saturday. Y. January 9,1864. 4�� those who neglect to the duties and taxes. Ac., a aforesaid assessed upon them to the said Deputy collector within Iha period of time above spec filed. Shall be liable to ten per cent add Iopal up on the amount thereof. A must be paid in govern Mead. Funds James a. Inniss. Collector 10th District a. The undersigned. Deputy collector 4th div., 10th bist. Of Penn a. Will attend for the convenience of tax payers not the following times and places a. A 4r for North and South Annville townships at the Public House of Simon Krall on wednesday the 30th of december next Between he hours of 9 and 4 of clock of said Day. For Cornwall South Lebanon and North Lebanon to wish ups Borough of Lebanon and Borough of North Lebanon at office in the Borough of Lebanon from Tho let to the 9th of january 3804, Between the hours of 9 and 3 of Eudek of each Day. Fit. All payments will have to he made in govern ment funds. Anthony s. Ely. Deputy collector for Lebanon co. Holiday presents at Lowry amp Nahmis confectionery and toy store. Lately occupied by c. N. Smith in Walnut Street near Cumberland. Lebanon. A. They have just returned from the City with a fresh Slack of raisins figs. Prunes Date currants Citron filberts. Walnuts. Peanuts almonds oranges Lemons. Cocoa Nuis &c., a a Isa. A Large variety of in l k Tail of different Flavoured Fine and common candies. Also an assortment of sugar toys consisting o fancy. Clear sugar toys China Ware such As Large and Small vases. Cups and China Tea setts a. A. Wooden and tin toys a Large and splendid variety of All kinds to suit the tastes of the Young. Cakes cakes of All kinds always of hand and made to parties supplied at Short notice. 4��?othankful for the literal patronage heretofore a extended to them Aud being Young beginning band desirous of giving general satisfaction we respectfully solicit the Public to give us a trial. A a Joseph Lowry _ Henry stray Heifer. Cd ame to the premises of the subscriber at Kelly a / Corner in Londonderry township Lebanon county several months ago. A red Heifer about 1 years old White head left ear off and red rings around the eyes. The owner is requested to come Forward prove property charges and take it away or it will to sold according to Law. Henry Alwyne. December 9,1863.�?31 a word about american watches. After a thorough trial of. More than te�7 bars the time pieces manufactured by the american Vath cd of wttlthammasa., have gained a hold up a rhe fever of Tho Public and now no Leas than 75s000ef them a re speaking Jar themselves in the pockets of tie people a Foin a very insignificant beginning the business has increased until we Are justified in stating that we Kemo Jle than one half of All the watches sold in the United states. Repeated enlargement of our Taga and the labor of s00 operatives still find us unequal to Supply Tho constantly increasing and we May Here observe that notwithstanding tire High Price of labor and Iff amp Teti als we actually sell our prod cat it ifs prices than a i amp a our Reot fire years to. ,. refer id a bes facts Only for purposes of amp amply Intro Dueing tit ber eur oct relative olt no manufacture of watches. Obj a the a been to make Good was Chi is for the million at the invent possible Price something to take the place of the make believe watches called a acres a a a Ulep Lief a a eng Lish Patent levers a ac., annually thrown upon this Market in countless numbers by european workshops watches which Are the refuse of to rear Fecto rates unsaleable at Home and perfectly worthless everywhere. This object we have accomplished and now we have to announce that a have commenced the Mana facture of watches of the Graffee known to Chi a -. Some Ftp. Unequalled by anything hitherto made by onre Eivy a and unsurpassed by anything made in the Wor h. For this purpose we have a he amp est facilities. have erected an addition to our main build tags expressly for this Branch of our business and have filled it with the Best workmen in our service. Profiting by our Long experience we have remodelled the form of our watches introducing such improvements As have been suggested and proved to be Good from time to time end have instituted new and severe tests of Iso Chro ism adjustment and compensation. New to Ali nes and appliances have Bren constructed which perform their work w Ith delicacy end exactitude and the choicest and most approx amp a materials Only Are used. Nothing in fact is Wantla either 4n Mechanl-�?�5. I principle material of workmanship to ensure perfection in the result. A. continue to manufacture our a other Well know to qualities under the foil tag names a Appleton Tracy a . Bartlett Abd the a a soldiers Swatch the latter the lowest priced watch we make. Is a substantial reliable time piece in sterlings Lver a Hunting pattern Aud is not liable to get ont of order either in marching Riding or fighting. Al the above described watches inc ending the limb by which is on eds Awe Icax Watos compant a Are sold by we ice dealers generally throughout the country. Is Obbins to applet by. Agents for the american watch a comply 182 Broadway h. Y. Nov. 25,1863.�?inside Eow 4m. $35 employment $7? agents wasted we will from $25 to $75 per months and Al expenses to Active agents org Ivea commission. Particulars sent free. Address Erie sewing machine company. R. James general agent Milan Ohio. May 13. I Fri. As 1% a a Hooi and shoe store i mile undersigned announce to the Pulc that they Al have removed their new Boot and shoe store to Cumberland Street Lebanon in John Gra Fps building on door West of the confectionery store where they intend keeping constantly on hand a general ast Rea sort intent of ladies gentlemen misses boys and children a. Boots shoes gaiters Etc., &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 Aud their charges will be As reasonable As possible compatible with a fair remuneration. They also keep a Large Stock of Home made work which is warranted to be As represented. The Public Are invited to Call and examine their Stock previous to purchasing. 40? repairing done on Short notice and at reasonable rates. Andrew Moore. Samuel s. Shirk Lebanon March 19, 1862._. A _ George Hoft mails Lebanon county la it transportation line. By Lebanon Valley Railroad. Particular attention will be paid to goods shipped by the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Goods will by sent daily to and from Philadelphia to Lebanon Myers town and an Niue stations Aud All other Points in the county. 7 freights contracted for at the least possible rates a i delivered with dispatch. The proprietor will particular attend personally to the receiving and delivery of All freight. For information apply at his office at the Leb amp Noh Talley Railroad Dent Lebanon. Edward Mark his agent in Philadelphia will always be found at w. Ii. Bush a merchant s hotel North third st a Philadelphia. , �?T60.1 Geo. Hof an. 350 Best plan0s7�?ol5o. Mem having removed to his new our rooms 19 West Houston Street hew York takes great pleasure in culling the attention of the pub lie to new and full scale octave Rosewood piano Fortes. Containing All Tho modern improvements Overa Trung Bara French grand action Harp per Lai Aud full Iron Frame from 250 to 8600. 7 1-4 Rosewood pianos extra Al nah from a Kat trunk us from tub North and North West for a nov Vouk 1u�ad1no, , Lebanon Allentown Kaston ac., trains leave fur Philadelphia new-1 Oik. Reading Buttsville. And of intermediate stations at8 a. M., and 2.q0 p. Passing Lebanon 9.13 a. M., and 3 new left us Harrisburg at 6.30 a. 51., passes Lebanon at 7.30 a. f arriving at new York at the sume morning. A fares furn Harrisburg to new Yorko 15 to rail Adelphia $3 35 and $2 so. Baggage checked through. Returning leave new York at 6 a. M., 12 noon Aud 7 in m., Pittsburg express. Leave Philadelphia at 8-15 ., and 3.39 p. M., passing Lebanon at 12 17 noon 7.17 p. And express at 1.06 a. 51. Sleeping cars in tie new York express trains through to and from Pittsburgh without change. Passenger by thu Catawissa Railroad leave Tamaqua at 8.50 a. M., Aud 2.16 p. For Philadelphia new York and All Way Points. Trains leave Pottsville at b.15 a. M., and 2.30 p. A for Philadelphia Harrisburg and new York. An accommodation passenger train leaves heading at 6.00 a. Mand returns from Philadelphia at 5 00 p. All tie above trains run daily sundays excepted. A sunday train leave Pottsville at 7.30 a. M., and Philadelphia at 8.1& . Commutation tickets with 20 coupons at 25 pm cent Between any Points Dapi rud. Mileage tickets Good for 2000 Miles Between All Points at $46 35�?for families and business firms. Season and school tickets at reduced rates to and from All Points. 80 pounds Buggage allowed each passenger. _ passenger so Are requested to Purchase their tickets before Euterio the cars As higher fares Are charged if paid in cars. P g. , dec. 9,1863. General superintendent. Stable. 11hb subscriber respectfully informs the Public that be has commenced a livery stable at Bis Ifo pm. Tel in War feet Street Lebanon. He will Iwaya Endeavor to furnish Good obit and Vebi Clea at moderate prices to All a fwd siring the same. 15.John a tidies. Lebanon october 21, �883.�?6m. Pensions. To a. Geo p. Lineaweaver having bean no the great Success attending 51�?o Ducker new scale piano Fortes is of itself sufficient guarantee for their . They Only need to be heard to become quiver Mil favourites 7 1-4 grand piano Fortes. For which the prize medal in received a to that last Amer Icen Institute fair he offers for $1100. Or dockers Rich fond and powerful which Rev Ivou Iho first prize in 1859 and i�6u. And a Nowise at Llie last. Fair in now offers at the following Low prices varying from $100�$325i these Superior instruments possess sufficient Power to Lead a congregation a Ftp to persons in any Church. A their instruments Are warranted to be made of Well seasoned material and regulated in the beet style 15.�?professors and amateurs Are respectfully in Vito to examine these very Superior instruments. October 28,1863�?4tii. A Fortune for ally either men or women i no Humbug bit a new thing. Only three months in this country and clap trap operation to Gull the Public but a genuine Money ranking thing read the circular of instruction once Only and you will understand it perfectly a lady has just written to that she is making As High As Twenty Dol Lars some Days giving instructions in this thousands of soldiers Are making Money rapidly at it. No person Lias to to urged to patronize it. It is a thing that takes better Thau anything Ever before of Fred. You can make Money with it Home or abroad a on steamboats or Railroad Cara and in the country or City. You will to pleased in pursuing it not Only because it will yield a handsome income but a Rota consequence of the general admiration which it elicits it is pretty much All profit. A Mere trifle is necessary to Start with. There is scarcely Ono person out of thousands who Over pays any attention to advertisements of this kind thinking they Are humbugs. Consequently those who Send for instructions will have a Broad Field to make Money in. There is a class of persons in this world who think that because they have be6u hum bugged out of a Dollar or so that everything that is advertised is a Humbug. Consequently they try no More. The person who succeeds is the one that keeps on trying until he hits something that pass him. This Art Cost one thousand dollars and 2 expect to make Money out of it and �j1 who Purchase the Art of will the sume. One Dollar sent to will insure the prompt return of a card of instructions in the Art. The Money win be returned to those not satisfied. Address Walter to. Tinsley to. 1. Dark place new. York. October 28� 1888.�?8m. for collector of state county end militia Tux for Lele cheap at the advert Leer office. Jijo for collector of school Tex. Pm inn Prince amp cons of Ell known Melodeon end harmonium t ? introducing the effect of pedal Bass on every instrument. Ernest Gablere shaven amp Bacons and. Halter Kaviris it cd celebrated pianos for cd so at a Liberal deduction he a Over 80.001 sold. Ajames Bellas. Sole agent. T 279 and 281 South fifth Street above Spruce july 15,1863.. Philadelphia family Dye colors Blackt dark Blue Light Blue French Blue Claret Brown dark Brown Light Brown snuff Brown Crimson dark drab Light drab dark Gram Light Green for dying silk Woolen and mixed goods shawls scarfs dresses ribbons gloves bonnets hats feathers kid gloves cold rent a clothing Aud All kind of wearing saving 4t 80 per cent for Twenty five cents you Cau color a Mauj goods As would otherwise Cost five limes that the process is simple Aud any one can use thedfo with perfect in English French and German inside of each package. For further information in dyeing and giving a perfect knowledge what colors Are Best adapted to Dye Over others with Many valuable recipes Purchase Howe amp Stephens treatise on dyeing and sent by mail on receipt of Price a in cents. _ _ manufactured by Howe a Stevens ,. _ ,60 Broadway Boston. For said by dry a gusts and dealers generally. Oct. 28,1868.�?ssct. $100 Reward Eor a Medicine that will euro coughs influenza tickling in the Throat. Whooping Caugh or relieve consumptive cough is Quick is Xvi a we cough Balsam. Over five thousand bottles have been sold in its native town and not a single instance of its failure is known. have Ohr Possession any Quantity of certificates Bome Theofi from a. Eminent Pryse Ciao is. Wild have used it in their practice and Given it the preeminence Over any other compound. It does not dry up a cough but loosens it Soss to enable the Milf Chat to Eipp to Ltd rate freely t0r��fe a roses a. Will invariably cure tickling in the a a s a half bottle has often completely cured the meet stubborn cough and yet though it is so sure and speedy an its operation it is perfectly harmless be pfc a amp Refy vegetable it in very agreeable to the taste and May by ant Lina tired to children of any age. In cases of croup we will guarantee a care if Tak a in season. No family should he without it. It is within the renew of All. The Price being Only As Ceuta. And if an investment and thorough trial does hot a Bank up the above statement the Money Irlue refunded. say this knowing its merits and feel confident that one trial will secure for it a Home in every household. not waste away with coughing when to Small an investment will cure you it May be Bado Anjer to eatable druggist in town who will furnish Rott with a circular of genuine certificates of cthr6s in Nama let c. G. A Larff 68., proprietor new Haven. It. For Sale by Iurii Galata a Eity country and everywhere. At we Folk aah be Quot a a ?. Johnson Holloway amp c0wdlnf 23 a a Stu sixth Street Philadelphia a. u,1808.6r a Rem Yat. no h. uld re i j Spect fully inform the citizens Mummer a. Lebanon and Vicinity that ii Lias removed Bis tailoring establishment a few doors. East of Lander Milch Bobre Fidfl nearly opposite the Washington House on it., where he will make up clothing to the nost fashionable styles in the Best manner Good fits guaranteed to All. Thankful for the very Liberal Patron. Age extended to him thus far he Hopes to Merit and continue the same. Lebanon april a 1883.. Executors Ivoti Cev estate of George la of Chi dec a. Notice is hereby Given that let of a re testamentary re on the estate of g forge. Lerch dec a late of swat ant township Lebanon Counis heat granted to the undersigned resin off a to in North Anvilla. Township. County and state aforesaid. Aii persons in a a cited to said estate Are requested to make payment and those having claims will present them without fl0,8y&Quot George g. Heilman dec. 23,1603. Executor. Election notice. An election will be held by the members of Tho Mutual fire insurance company of Annville pa., at the office of the company in Ann Ville pa., on monday the 1th Day of january 1884, a. Tween the hours of 1 and 4 0clo.i, in the afternoon to elect 13 managers to serve for the ensuing year. By order of the president. Jos. P. Matz sect a. Annville dec. 23,1863. Lebanon papers copy a election notice. A n election of to e Washington j a insurance company of i will be held at the office old a coh wednesday january 1864, he Wren la clock ., to elect 13 manager As a Board or Ger. To serve for the Eidler Fri meet Millsb Fleer every.1 hhoflff1� of Fly a big

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