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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 7, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaA Jiter of rte Fitt g Jim Ali and prompt in exec Texi. Of he a.dvekt�5ee Fil ice Lebanon Penn a a a Sta s i a a a a a a a now Nup Plavil Wiki extensive a a i to out of a Oll Type i Vicli will be Inera Awil a the j nog demands. It can now Mii rout pro Stino of description in a Noat Nuil expeditions Maimer l very reasonable terms. Such us j pamphlets checks. Business cards handbills circulars labels a Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of fare invitations tickets &c., amp a. Quot a deeds of All kinds. Cronin and judgment Bora. School. Tip tier a. Constables and other , primed correctly Ami neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Sale at this office at prices Quot to suit the Price of the Lebanon advert Taser too Dollar and a ii ult a it end. Address we. M. Bresuss Lebanon a. George Pineger jr., attorney at Law. Offic33 in rooms formerly occupied by or. Samuel Biff Ira deceased to the Black Lorao , ilex non. ? Augnsfc-26,1863, t. A my pts Wei Man a Attar Kat Law. 0ffi0e, a a a cml it bar ipod Street a few doors Oast of the hotel pm the Ofilio late of his father capt. John a i Dunn dec. A. Lebanon sept. 9.18b3. A Klemov Ali a. A Taniey 1ierich, attorney at Law Bis office to the building one door East s store opposite they As Langton Monse in a Banon. A. Voln in and pension claims promptly attn did t0 a pril j0rt�?3m. Ela Oval. Is t. Ica dal attorney at Law ii Skem oved his office to Market Street opposite Lobanow Bank a two doors Kotb of widow. Rise s hotel. 25, Gojo ii or my. b is riot attorney has removed ins office to the room lately occupied by or. Geo. P. Cumber am Street. Lebant a a few doors Kat of the ease hotel and two doors West of Fren. Ameul Mnuk Sofeico. Lebanon dec. 17,1862.__ a a Cyrus v. Fitl Lucr a in m Almit Street neat in opposite the Buck hotel two doors South from Kurm Anys hardware stoic. Lebanon a pril amp 18u3.-ly. Wot. Of. Derr attorney a la a office in stickler s building Cumberland Street nearly opposite the court iiod�6 Lebanon May 6. 1s63.�?tf. Or Samuel s. Meily Sitf is Iii-5 professional services to his cd Tilcens of of Lebanon and Vicinity. Filce it the residence it in mrs i in Elf to dido is Vest of office of or. Samad Behm dec cd a in Cumberland Stilet. Lebanon apr 15,. _ a Quot. Or. Labiau r. A Light. 0yyells his professional services to the citizens of the Bor ngh of nud Vicinity. Office m Walnut Street two doors North of the lutheran Lar a Lmh we 1 f y amp div Alt. O of ,1 �h1�ox w�1r mints. For the Sale of butter legs Heese tallow lard poultry Gamo dried fruits a Gram seed amp a. No. 170 Street a a one door above i Ashington new York. 0. Weigly. 1 i do Walt. S. Bobbi a Asco Tigh new York Allen x brother do . Issq., do tones v bar paid do Lan son. Lahach . Do Samuel o. Johnson do w Al Breslin �sq., ii Bunmi. 1�?T�., but. Cant a _ Ohio w. C. Curry co., Bankers inc Kimfai. John Stiles Allentown la Jan. A Obj. Tifre new bakery f i1iie undersigned would respectfully a form the Chi i Sten of Lebanon that Helios commenced the rail in business in All its varieties at his stand on Cumberland Street Lobo non nearly oppo to Tho Buck hotel and will Supply customers with the Best bread a a Kojes pc a. Iii in received film customers Mil returned a bread at Ajmat note. Com Etione jails of All kind f e h and of Trio lest Quilty inns tautly Nitro and at Thi lop net Price til j Slicis invited to Guvo Nib a try a. Leb i on. Nov. Dick my i. Ii. Ebler a Ottob amp in Zimini m us 11irst class and flail dyes Inu balloon Murket Street a near Cumberland and on Misite the Engle hotel. Being thankful for the l Iberal patronage heretofore extended to him. He a oui respectfully solicit it continuance of the same. Lebanon. July 2, 18<s2. 15�?tlie Saloon will he closed on sunday. Kim it Yot Are cl�ti1�ng a will be sold at. Extremely Eow prices. H 1� Alek one of the firm of Raber amp bros., ims a Quot taken the Stock of steady nude clothing at the which will enable him to sell lower than anywhere else can be bought. Call and see for yourselves before you make your fall Purchase. A Fisl t1ihek doors West from court ii ouse. Jap Tomoti. Sept. 2.>. 1861. Henry rarer l. R. Dbjb0 s liquor store Market Square opposite the Market mouse Lebanon. A. Flahie undersigned respectfully Iti forms the pubic a a that he has received an extensive Stock 01 the choicest a and purest liquors of All disc options. These �5e\liquois he is inv rumbly disposed to sell at in Jhb Low in Cen. Druggists. Fathers hotel keepers and oth cramp wiil consult1 to Weir own interests by buying of the undersigned. L. R. Lebanon april to 1863. _ a take notice. Bui jells will do Welly calling on j. In bytes ser Agodt As h<5 is prepared to do Rii kinds of in Koomso and Job Wrork gen Molly at tie Yery lowest prices. He Ais has on hand n Large and Good assortment of All Kinda of tin walk. And flir of the most improved Oas burning Cook i &t0yb8 �o.1.1 Barlok stoves. Also ail the i different and latest improved Claro a a Ami a a 1ikatep.s. Of All kinds. He also keep eco stantly on Liand a Large Stock of All wads of Roo no slate which lie offers at loss Arleu than they can be bought of any other slate men in Tho county. Al Walte rooms one door South of Tho a Buck jute a Walnut Street Lebanon Viu ,. Lebanon december 25, 1861._____ Perth at tailoring. Is r Amsa a in Funckes building Corner of gum. Street and Doe Alley has on hand and ctr Sale either by the Yard or made to order a Large Tot of cloths Cassimis res and. Be Stincs Well a selected Rofu Good Iro seb. Sood tuts and sub a inn Teal nuking guaranteed to All. Also if Ndler chiefs cravats Gloven. Ili Niery Feu Pentler Raney Atul 5>l�in Iriven san to Tudor a it bits and i Aweis. Imus i Viig s 1umsa.y. La Muon aprils j�62._ a a a Quot be Otovea. Daniel Graeffe a Boot s Stoe m omtb., has been removed to hns new Sicsu Luce m Cucui Berland Street Square weat irom his old stand nud opposite Tho office of or. C. D. Go a niger be Baisor a lie Lins just opened a Largo and y Desi Rahib of Well mad boots ibid Law ties i ladies a a Labe i foot is $l-.50 for missed. Fe.1, cd distr men a boots for �2.50 menus gaiters $2 for la oys i to to a for children Quot is .1 a i to also a Large variety of overshoes trunk. 1 Raveling. Bags a. Conic see. Aiulu Ridge her you Solva. Leb Nofi. May is too a Dan ill or Ali d cd in Apsis my Amiul Niider Rogied would Reppe Catul 1 v inform Tho Cit a and Vicinity that Helms entered a into Tho. Boot \n1 a Loibl sin toss a in Fri Recti five 4nois a it Outh of the Buck Motel Lebanon a. W h e re lie be e p s on hand a Large and Well us Sbin Lod Stock of �11 kinds of boots and s 11 o k s. Ilo. Will make to o Rel o r All kinds of boots and shows and at very Short notice Lee Ai so keeps on hand a. Large and we a sort etl Stock of leather such or ii an i Oak sows Lii Al i if pc King. Morocco and fancy Lealier. Kid , Loans lhn�?Td-ixtts.&c., and All kind of tim maker a tools and findings such As Boot treks last a Boot cords it fit 1v-bbb& awl4jladjss. Knives Pun Ovies hammers run Caks Kael a lacks.--. Cd instantly on hand an assortment of , in Ruady. Shoe nails. Beg break is Smul Putonen i legs. Kun and slide Toolis of every uescvipciui1-. A a a a a aged in Tho a Ximiness More than Twenty satisfied that he Ean give Satis Naclion w All Muer Tiser vol. 15�?no. 16. Lebanon pay a wednesday october 7,.863. Whole no. 745 general election proclamation. Pursuant to an act of Ai Noral arise Only of the Commonwealth ref Pennsylvania entitled a an Flat relating to the. Ele Knoub of tins can Man approved thou huh Dav of july. A. A. One thousand e ight , Nino. I Jonathan bin dlr sheriff of the. Conn Root Lebanon. Pecsy Jvan a do hereby make known mid drive notice to the electors to the county Afore Aid. That a general election will to held in the said of Lebanon on Kilmr second tuesday Qung the 13i/iday of october.,l8b3. At which time the electors of the Eon choir respective District Fui one person for governor Pennsylvania. V oth3 judge of i Commonwealth one person to rentes icy aforesaid i if the Comino us vote m health of he supreme Courtr of Tho ahia.1 Tho tour tenth senatorial District m the sen Teof Pennsylvania. One person to represent the county of Lebanon in the House of represent lives of Pennsylvania. One person no fill the of Lee of let Forrler Aud clerk of Quarter the county of Lebanon. One person to fill theoflice of a Gister for the county of Lebanon. A a. Fill the office of clerk of orphans nov of Lebanon. 11 the office of treasurer for the court Ono person it court for the c one person to to of Lebanon. One person t and i ire Saul Guei the Cou n to commissioner actor of Tho poor o cars and one be notion that the Al election m the of Lebanon Are As the Bomund of in. On the West High. Isble Are to meet re House in the a 11 the office of could for Tho county of Lebanon. Two persons to fill the office of Dir for the county of Lebanon one for to for three years. One person to fill Tho office of auditor it to of Lebanon a i also hereby make kno places of holding the r several dist cts with Billows Viz the electors of the East Ward of the Lebanon Are to Iuchi i. In me comin lesion a the court Ilous in Saio Borough. The electors of ibis West Ward c Lebanon Are to Moi in Ibe urn re Side of Tho court Louuse a Suid Boro the electors of South Lebanon toi in the grand jury room it the coi Borough of Lebanon. The electors of at the pii Blic Houi Ong a the electors of North Lebanon town ship Are meet at the Public Muse of h. U. Lii Tuk in said t ship. A the electors of Public House of i Coo Tho electors of no meet at the Public Tiloi township the electors or Heim Tho Public House of i \ the electors Oil it i at the Public Nouk township. The a sectors of e at Tho Public 11 ship. The electors of s1 Public Iio Uso of sin tors or either of them shall from time to Tunc require. Pursuant to the provisions contained in the 7gth Section to the act first aforesaid the judges of the before a fid District Beall respectively take charge of tie certificates of return of the election of their respective districts. And produce them at a meet nor of Ono Ridge from each dirt Ricc. In the Borough of lao Nanon. On to 6d Aav alter the election a incr for the Nesem year on Friday we ism too act Pic or. 1ss3. Then and there to do Tho a due fes re Tnie in by Law of Sud judges. F. ,. ,. A ,.that where a Dudge Quot by sickness or unavoidable Accident is a Tabio to attend such Moeung of. Judges Theta or. Return aforesaid shall be Laken charge of. By one of the inspectors or Lurk c Lection Olsa id life trick. Who. Shau to and perform. The duties re Quiroli or said judges. Given under no hand in Iny office in a Bounou to Lois Day of Bapton flier. 1s6j. Xon Aihan bpm i r a a ii office. Lelh inon. September pm i86j. Not Iek draft. We have information from Washington that preparations Are boing Mado for another draft Quot of a 600joof men Atid that a Tho soon exemption clause 8 to be repel etl. A they now Are getting by next they want the a1bn. The Pastiu draft was for 800,000 men Auric i a i. For the advertiser. The Malignity of the abolitionists. All att1mp to conf loathe bold air s Yots. It i Xix not Quot a Xor. % when a socratic pad triples cease to Lead. We cease. To w m by Slin editor and proprietor. Lebair Folstr a Orth Lebanon Bor Ouirt feb j n / 11 i Bai e of e. Are to meet in said Bor Mhd ii Amu f s Ihui Are to meet at the . Lie . To ion m. Crall in said Donde or j st Ilai of Jac Ltd Ash Wall p an in a i i b h w township adorns. Ii Moor at oven ship. A to meet t to meet tid town the. O meet Heilman m said towns Iii. The electors i Neurei tue us my Are in Mercat Tito Public House of Jacob Kiehart in said tiv Enship. The electors of Union townships Are to meet at the Public House of Daniel Byrdner in snid township. The electors of Millcreek township Are to meet at the Public House of Frederick a Quot Shnitz in said township the Ekici ors of South Annville township Oreto Nieset at the pubic House of Jacob Fink in said towns i in a the e lectors of cold set ing township Are to meet at the school House at or near Rausch Chip in said township. A the electors of Cornwall township embraced in the Southern District of said township Are to meet at the Public House of j. Amp g. Eby in said District tie electors of the Northern District of Cornwall township Are to meet in traverse jury room on the West Side of the court Kouson in the Borough of Lebanon. The election to b e pc non bet week the hours of eight and ten of clock , and shall continue without Zuten option or adjournment and is not to to c0sed before Soven of clock in the evening. I also make known Aud i Vic notice As in and by the 13th Section of the aforesaid act i am directed a that every person except justices of the peace who shall hold any Offit a or appointment of profit or Trust under the government of the United states or of this state or Ary City or incorporate distract whether a commissioned office or otherwise subordinate officer or agent who is or shall be employed under the legislative judiciary or executive department of this it Tater the United states or of any City or a comported d Istria pc. And also that every member of Congress and the state legislature and of the. Select or common Council of and City commissioners of any incorporate District is by Law Man Pill of holding or exercising at the sume Timo a he office or appointment of judge i Spector or clerk Ofay election of this Commonwealth and that no inspector or j Edge. Or officer of any such election shall be eligible to any office then to he voted for also that in the fourth Section of an act of Assembly eur tilled a an act relating of executions. And for other purposes a approved april 36, 1840, it is enacted that the aforesaid 13th Section a shall not be so construed a to prevent any militia officer or Borough officer from serving As judge inspector or clerk at any general or special election in this also that in the 61st Section of said act it is enacted that a every general and special election shall be opened Between the hours of eight and ten in the forego of and shall continue without interruption or adjournment until Senna of clock in Tho a Vea ing when Tho polls shall be the general special City incorporated District and township election and All elections Foi electors of president or vice president of the United states aha 11 bal held and conducted by the his errors and judges elected As aforesaid and by clerks appointed As hero i after provided. No person shall be permitted to vote at any election Naai Breaid Bufa White Freenn of the age of 21 years or More who shall Buve resided in this state at least Ono year and in the election where he offers to vote at least ten Day tin ii Aud Woumn two Yum no j which shall Nave been a Sara the election Vuic a Cuizon a has a Nufi removed ther irom Anu in resided in tie election uis irn shall be entities id months provide a thai. The the United 11 e precede did such dec state or county six. Us least ten Days before the United states who voter of Thia state Aud i. And who shall have dual taxes As aforesaid tig in this state Aix freemen Cit Zeua of of 21 and 22 years of a strict ten Days ote. Although they Hull h f b Tavui Hir with a Call. Sui eni Akers for Rittah Quot we la do if in by a calling on him but a sore Pun Basin 1st Lebanon Meiy 21 1802. Samuel 11aulk a d8t if tag Anil spam his Yawt tent of super French English and american lot la say id Cas Limeres Abr Colas pants and All and examine our Stock. He feel Confin Jet that be can please. Prices q suit Tho times at a Hekli Ujj 1inej? and a Mac rest cd in Ihu e la repaid Shan be a mined not have Paui taxes.,no person so Mil to vote whose name is not conduit if ii to to Birtt of taxable inhabitants furnished by the comm up stoners unless first he prot Xiu de a receipt for Tho payment Woumn two years of a state and county tax ass Issei agreeably to Tho Constitution and give satisfactory evidence either on his oath or affirmation or on the oath or affirmation of another person thut he has paid such a tax or of failure to produce a receipt shall make oath or payment thereof or second it to claims a vote by being us elector Between the age a of 21 and 22 years he shall depose on oath or uffing Tiou that to has resided in. Tie state at year before his Apulia Atibur and make it ugh Jiro Olof his residence in the District us is required by this act and that to does verily believe from Tho accounts Given him that he is of the age aforesaid Tuul give such other evidences As is required by this act whereupon the ii Inu of the person so permitted to vote shall he inserted in the a alphabet ii a Al list by the fits petors and a note made opposite thereto by writing the word if lie shall be admitted to vote by reason of having paid Hia fix or Tho word it he Shubo Pennis cd to vote by re Sou of such ago. And called out to the clerks who shall make like notes m the list of voters kept by them. In Al tease where the Naue of tie person claim Imoto vote 1� not Toumi on the list in rushed by the commissioners and assessors or his Rig lit to vote whether found thereon or not. Is objected tip by any qualified citizen h shall be the duty of the uis Punu a to exam me Vijeh Jhun Sim on oath As to his qualifications and if he claims to have resided within tie Tutu for one year or Piore lus oath will be sufficient prot thereof but shall make Prool by at 1 ast Ono witness who shall be a qualified Eli tor that he has resided within tor Moro than ton Days pre i a Heduig said election and shall also Iuliu Wous Cju that i his Bona do residence m Pur Nanco of his lawful Call i my is within tie District a and that he did not remove i into said District Lor the purpose of voting therein. Every person qualified As lure Suil and who shall nuke due prot. If required of ins residence and payment of taxes aforesaid shul i be permitted to vote m the toss ship Ward or to Sancts in Hidi to shall re a it any person shall prevent or attempt to prevent any officer of any election under to bit act from Bolding such election under tins act froth holding such election or use threatened any by violence to any Totth officer Urshall interrupt or inner 10 c with Emu in tin execution a i he duty of shall a lock up or to a duo. To Auy window whore Tom same May be holding or shall no thusly disturb Trio a Leitece at sur election or shall ufos ing threats Force or violence with a design to influence or ovum we any elector or prevent him Ham voting to restrain the Freedom of Choice Sui a Persou of conviction shall be lined in any. Sum not exceeding Cou Hundred dollars a Udine press Ned tor Auy t Ime not five Luau oud i North nor More than to. Cd it. Mouth Aud it of shall be shown to the court Whir the trial it such of Fence a Hall be had that the festoon so of Landing not a resident of the City quid or District of township Wydro the said Offilee was committed and not entitled therein thur Una conviction he he shall be sentenced to pay a Fine of not less than 4>tuu and not Mic thayl Sulou mid be imprisoned not less than six Mouths or More Tebuu two years. A a. In Case Tuc pm Sou who Rul Licu the highest number of votes or inspector shall not attend on the Day of election then the have received the next highest number of Voles Lor judge at the next Spring election shall act a to inspector in his place. And in Case the person who he Iii Uiato received Ibe highest a Zniber of Otey tor inspector shall not attend. The judge shall appoint an inspector in his Placo Ami m Case tie Jiete Oti elected judge Sicul not attend then Tho inspector who received the highest a Nhor of votes shall appoint m his place or 11 any vacancy shall continue in the Board Lor the of one hour after the time fixed by Law for the open my of the election the a qualified voters of Ulo Siuw Lump Ward or District for which a Aid officer shall have been elected present at the place of election Shad a elect Onci Mieir number to fill such vacancy. It Hattit be Hie duty of the Seye Rai assessors respectively to attaud at the place of Liol cling very general special or township election during the temp said election is kept open Lor the purpose of giving Miyoru a a Cion a to the inspectors and judges weep called on m re anon to the right of any person assessed by them to vote at such elections or such other matters in relation i it the a uses Einert of voters As the said in spec fun fuday oct ourt 7 8o3 How do we stand Here Are a few figures that May give us some Light upon this painful and important subject the state liabilities. Pennsylvania s share of Tia 1 in 1 1 1 nun Quot Federal debt it a 500,000,000 Trio debt 38.000.000 making together $538.000.000 truly this like Macbeth is bloody hands is a Quot a sorry sight. But lot us see How much our yearly Durdens Are Likely to be for 1864. And after that interest in War debt $500,000,000 in non non say at 6 per cent $d�,o0o, Pennsylvania a share of the pen 1 Sion list will boat lest j 4,000,000 interest on state debt 38,000,000 i a a at say 6 per cent j 2,280,000 making a yearly total of $36,280 000 one party will say that this terrible Burden was incurred the a save the National lifts a another will say it was piled up in a a trying to free the negro a but All will agree that it is a fearful reckoning and we wonder How it is to be paid. The people of Lebanon county will thus be called upon to pay in the Quot shape of interest the snug Little sum of �362,280 a year. Iho state special and county tax isse Sod for the Alai 1862 in Leba non county was 81,376 it will hereafter be 4 times As much exclusive of Tho county tax. If your tax last year was �10 it will hereafter be about $53 providing the War is ended in Tho next ninety Days of which there is no probability at present. This increase of taxation must be direct in addition to the indirect taxes you will be obliged to pay in the shape of Revenue and which is already piled on every article of daily consumption. Is is very True the party in Power May prefer to borrow Money to pay the interest next year and until they have gone through the presidential Campaign but that will Only make the taxation the More they a re fearful of the people and will do anything to deceive but Tho taxation must come and every Day this War is prolonged the heavier our Burthen will be to put a Stop to the waste and extravagance there is but 0110 remedy and that is by voting the democratic ticket a the a a debt a a a and 1 the War taxes according to Tho report of the Secretary of the Treasury the War debt of the United states on the 30th of last Juno was 1,500,000,000 of dollars and it will now shortly be 3,000,000,-00� of dollars. Pennsylvania a quota of Alvo debt has beep fixed at on e sixth of Tho whole which is �500,000,000lebanon county is about the Orio Hundred la part of Pennsylvania or to Quot to exact the share of Lebanon county is �5,474,932 Tho valuation of veal and personal property in this county at Tho last Ivas �9,474,455. Hence our share of the debt already would to More than one half of Vibat we Aro Worth. Go cents out of every Dollar gone find the War not yet at an and 1 will the peo Ilo be Wise and vote Down a party thus robbing us out of everything we have. And he member every Dollar of this Money must he raised by taxation 1quot let it be remembered that this does not include the pensions bounties to honorable discharged soldiers &c., to. 170,000 claims for pensions were allowed at the surgeon general s office to invalids widows &e., up to september is 1863. The whole number of pensioners cannot bold is than 250,000 and this at �8 per month for each will be �24,000,000 per annul. Mite Ltd it 02?&Quot we learn that Somo of. Tho abolitionists Are making heavy charges for making out papers for drafted meow when the same papers will be made Iii by democrats rss of charge. Nev. Or Trust men who Are not to their country. So a Quot let every Democrat remem-1 ber that Bis last Hope for Freedom is in. Tho Succes of his party next tuesdays elect Oij. Hence leave not a. Stone unturned. Persuade every Man to vote . Induce every Democrat to attend the polls be there Early in the Day to the close Szijj. Of the polls. Oyhat matters it if Jou lose a Days wages or. Otherwise a a Days business if Jou prize is lost. A syn with the to fission who Civ they do not practice of the abolitionists of this county that party politics should in a met ure be Laid As de during those troublous times the democratic Conven Tion placed fit for. Isaac Struppe hour. A member of tic opposition on our t Oke for director of the poor. At the instance of the abolition politicians whose a very action and thought is for party to a against their coun. Try he was i induced to Avit draw his name and or. Rudolph i err of North and vice township a most excellent a for the position was placed in Bis cad and we Trust wifi be elected. Or. Struppe hour had been nominal gtd in Good Faith unanimously. Byi Gour convention which was con poses gentlemen As respect. Table As any in the county and we i be no do Ujj that when he Refl ets of the blur he is made to cast upon them in his card he will no doubt regret it. He l us a right to decline but he should not insult those who acted in kindness and Good Faith towards him us be is made to do in his card. A ,. R forthe adv mixer. Democratic Union meeting atm Nebo a saturday sept. 26. 1863. The meeting was organized by electing the following officers a president i d s grouper Nice presidents. Lyon Lemberger we i Retief Samuel if Linan. Isaac Hedrick Nic Liol is Thompson. Daniel Uhrich and Obei Sou Tai s m Bael b. Horning. Peter Botz. The president upon tailing Leo chair delivered a Short but appropriate add Oass setting Forth the object of the meeting and the pressing necessity of adhering strictly to democratic principles they being Tho Only principles under which this now distracted and Breeding country can be once More restored to peace. Hon. Myer Strouse of Pottsville was then introduced. He delivered an eloquent and Able address eliciting shouts of applause. Gen. Romford mayor of the Eity of Harrisburg was called upon and cheerfully responded. Dir no a l s d Lou so which was eloquent i 1 an in s a he referred Back to the War or jbl2,and Mado comparisons Between the different administrator since that Timo up to Tho present. To contrast was so correctly set Rorich. Arid to clearly explained. As to Malre Adeep and lasting impression on nearly every one arcs Cut. Tie gen m company with Hon. Daniel i bbl son r candidate for. Slate sen at a a left for Harrisom immediately after the is closed Marmiol was called to to stance. During the con so of ins remark by clearly set Forth the sinking contrast Between the two cd n i . Nov in the Field for governor. To impressed upon the minds of that to honest motors present the important necessity. Of choosing Between being freemen or slaves. A Tho meeting was addressed by vim. Carver of Fredericksburg and Jackson Andrews of Rausch Gap both of whom were listened to with marked attention. Gym. Carver has been in the army two years and Speaks from experience. The number of persons present was very Large and the meeting was conducted very orderly and peaceably in accordance with democratic principles which Are always for peace and Unity. A a three cheers were Given for major general George b. Mcclellan three for Woodward an Lowrie and three for tie Union and the Constitution after which the Large concourse of persons quietly dispersed. It is hoped that much Good has been done by this tie first democratic mass meeting Ever held in mount Nebo. Or the democratic club room1 will be open on tuesday night of the election where the returns of the state and county us they Are received will be reported. A bpm pm ii i a tidied abolitionists Tell us that a gov Curtin is a tried Man a but forgot to copy the rest of the record a and convicted he was convicted pm the evidence of the a Philadelphia enquirer a Pittsburg Gazette a a Pittsburg dispute cd a a Pittsburg chronicle a a Blair county whiv.�?�. Gen. Cameron and Alexander commit Ign a All abolition papers and men. The people will execute him politically on the 13th october next Between the hours of amp am it Aud.? by. In. Editor a in the exciting Campaign now in Progress Many and malicious Are the attempts of the. Abolitionists to induce Tho soldiers to East their votes for Andrew g. Curtin the provincial governor of Pennsylvania and Friend of the shod. By a patriots a who Are so extensively known As a a Loyal of men. Judge Woodward is represented by Tieso men As being an avowed secessionist and an inveterate enemy of the soldiers interest. A All the acts of our Noble candidate for governor go to establish the fact that neither of these charges to Cotor of truth. If he were a secessionist As those a a Loyal men allege would he contribute to Tho raising of men for the suppression of this wicked rebellion ? would All his efforts to keep intact the institutions of our country be persisted in if he were a Iii sympathy with the cause of Iho rebels the an Sci r Pla no no the idea that lie is Iii old i e Smy because he dec ded to beamy vots be sound logic to fanatics but r of to i b b e Nen the first question of tire unconstitutionality of the a Mevoi in i de by the Aioli to t the use Vlf when in 1861, to Etc no Jailo sheriff was Defeated by the vote of the army. Judge Allison abolitionist was the first Man to decide the army vote illegal and yet these men charge upon the democrats the disfranchisement of the Soldier. Not Ping since a speech was made by a supporter of Curtin in which he said that judge Woodward declared to his son who is now in command of several thousand invalid soldiers that he a should have been wounded in Bis heart instead of his limbs for fighting in a major Woodward entered the service when this War commenced and continued therein Fin til he was wounded in both legs which confined him to his bed for several months a these accusations against judge Woodward elicited a reply from his son which refutes All these he arces. He admirably to nay to o Lai Cuci f these pretended friends of the Soldier and says their love consists in abusing their friends at Home. He says their cause must be in a sinking condition when such Means Are resorted to to secure Tho election of their candidates. 1 hut their cause is hopeless we perfectly agree major Woodward. I hey know that they will he Defeated and hence their malignancy Alliey entertain an intense love for the Soldier. But it is when they want them to Advance their pernicious doctrines. They profess a Greyf solicitude for the Soldier because of Tho approach of the election and Aro fully award that their Ras lit is vill to exposed should the democratic party be successful in Huning them from Power. When this dire Ful War was inaugurated and Tho dignity of our Flag insulted. Men of All parties lashed to its i port. And thousands sacrificed their lives on their country s altar. Ibe Only Roal opposition to administration encountered was in the abolition party. Hie Conquet of the president was appreciated by Tho masses they 1 Ivi placed Imi licit Tell vote in the honesty of his assertions in regard to to prosecution of the War. So soon As 1 e yielded to to o Piess Uro of the men who Aid and Comfort to Tho the abolitionists he Lostine support of the Groat democratic party. These men who have now an Over abundance of patriotism were then Tho greatest traitors in Tho i ind their a loyalty is at such a pitch at present that they denounce All who differ with Thorn As a traitors Quot secessionists. And a Scopp leads a while the president was pursuing a conservative policy they called him a a mud Turtle a the a slave bound of Illinois a and Many other opprobrious epithets were hurled at him. When he acceded to their demands by perverting the War from its original purpose the restoration of the Union they became loud in his Praise. Tho soldiers Well know with what hellish ferocity they sought the removal of the Brave and accomplished Mcclellan. The men who fought under his command adored him As their idol knowing that in him was combined True patriotism and undaunted bravery besides entertaining a great love for his men. These abolitionists who now solicit your votes were then and Are now the to reducers of a Little can you you a for men who pronounce him the a greatest military Humbug of the age a that say to is a a traitor a and ought to by and quartered a can you vote for men who hunted Down your beloved general until they finally succeeded in haying him displaced and bringing upon the disasters which followed his can you vote to men who declared that they would father see the a government destroyed than have Mcclellan to gain a Victory. Their enmity to him was so great that they preferred the sacrifice of tens of thousands of lives to Success on his part. Can you vote to keep in Power men who Bave been giving a a said and comforts to the enemy while you were fighting the rebels. They by their Radical influence Bave put a Check to volunteering and to Day it is found necessary to drag men from their Homes by an odious draft. It was these abolitionists that said we had 150,000 More men than we knew what to do with and caused thousands to be sent Home Union. The a shoddy item in the Potomac army. To How the unpopularity of a. G. Curtin in the army of the pop Omac we copy several letters from state papers written by soldiers who Are Peiling their lives for the e perpetuity of the Union. It will be seen that a Handy Andy is not regarded by them As the a a soldiers a Friend a and that judge Woodward is their Choice for governor. From tie Harrisburg Patriot and Union a bettor. From. Trio Bruiy. Inducements he dwt to democrats. A a a a or. A a Quot. That Starn film what the privates of the Gallant Pennsylvania reserves think of Curtin. The following letter is from a responsible source an intelligent Soldier of the Reserve corps who went in a Democrat and intends to come out one if he should survive the War. It is a genuine letter not. Like most of those published in the abolition papers manufactured for the occasion Camp keat. Warrenton Yirgu Ini september 10,1s63. / editor Union sir x am a Pennsylvania of and Bay led the life of a Soldier for nearly three years. I was a Democrat when i entered for thenard and am one yet. I have had great inducements held out to me if i Woid but desert to old land Marks of Jefferson a and Jackson but i could t a see in rending the abolition papers which Ere circulated freely in this army i find that a heaven and Earth Are about being moved for the purpose of impressing upon the minds of the Good people of the old Keystone that a. A. Curtin is the a a Soldier s candidate for governor that he is the unanimous Choice of All the sol Diers Froin Pennsylvania in. The army of the Potomac. Such talk is ail Balderdash. Curtin is not the Choice of the a fighting sons of Pennsylvania. The abolition Wing of the honoured sons of Pennsylvania support Andy but the Lorger conservative democratic Wing jump Over Andy and go in for Ibe great statesman George w. Woodward for governor. Curtin s most ardent supporters Are found among the shoulder strapped braves. Judge Woodward s supporters Are found in the ranks. The men that Curry the muskets and do the figh Ting re the hard listed yeomanry Are the supporters a id defenders of democracy. We know Andy s career by heart. The Abo if zionists can t learn us anything a ont Bim. We know what he has done for us we know we know too that he has been we paid for All he Ever did for us. We owe him nothing. He had better give no the Soldier Dodge be knows be is acting the hypocrite. Come Andy this won t do j you know very Well you Are not the unanimous Choice of us Pennsylvania boys for governor there is no use in you trying to Gull the people any longer. We All the time writing letters to our friends about your Rasca Lity. Come Andy act honestly. Pennsylvanians begot deceived a. G. Curtin is not the unanimous Choice of the soldiers. There Are thousands of democrats in this army who Are not his supporters. Vote for George w. Woodward the Soldier s Titue Friend a arouse democrats a arouse elected Woodward governor of Pennsylvania and the sons of Pennsylvania id the army of the Potomac will thank you for Iti yours dm., f . R. V. C. From Tho Redford Gnette soldiers and citizens read read Veteran Soldier on and a cry for the following letter written by As Brave a Soldier As Ever charged by to dets has been banded us for publication by a citizen of this place. It. Camp Bak Warrenton Virginia september 14,1863. Dear Friend a you will excuse me for Iny Long delay in writing to you. X prompt cd you when i was in Pennsylvania on a furlough that x would write to you immediately but of Irsuto Stanock alter cases hero in a great Many Points. 1 had commenced last Aprilo write Jou a letter but a a sooner had a taken the pen in my hand was Given to proceed across the Tappa Hanna cd. Therefore i bad to Lay my pen aside and Cross that uncultivated River i can Call it nothing else -. We have crossed that River three times in succession and each time we had to leave Wilb a loss of thousands of men always through bad generalship. For from my experience of the Eom minders hero i hav Neverseen in intr capable of taking command of the arrays Only gen. Mcclell Nti. He is the Only Man that could make any thing off Tho rebels and until sub time takes coot Nind again there will very Little done with the army i wish that every Man in the North would turn out to a Man and have him Reinst Nice Buck Gnu. Until that is Dune Tho army of the Potomac will never Cirn Quer the rebels he was a general and an in Queor but being a Democrat the radicals tin Washington would Honvo him removed. They knew perfectly Well that to would to Tho con que crop. Noth tug would do for them but have him but. They went to work and gave rum Sido command. What did to do ? nothing but got Twenty or thirty thousand Nen killed and wounded. Cut then lie is not to be Blum cd. He told the president and also the radicals in Washington that to was not capable of taking command of the army of the Potomac. He said Mcclellan was the Only Man qualified to do of course that would not be heard. Then they superseded Burnside by Hooker. What did he to a confounded sight worse than Banks when Jackson chased him the Samo As a pack of hounds would Chase a the Lee chased him across the Tappahannock and to having at the some time Over ,000 if he bad been a general at that time he might Hove Virginia elem Rod to Day of the rebels. He had men and Means to do it both to and Burnside my re so than Ever Mcclellan had. But if they had the men and Means they d id not know How to apply them in their proper place. That is what is generalship having every Man. Properly placed. Uoo kor it the Battle of Chance Corsville got the half of his men killed and the other half not engaged at All. He did not know whore to put Thiu. Dear Friend you will let me know whether Curtin is going to run again. I want you. If he la to. Have him beaten if it is possible i think it it nearly Lime. Now. For him to leave and a Jug .--<>1116 Otillar Misti a Chance. He and his. Friends have invade a much now As the cd a want a fave a m this time if von possibly can. I by have the Black Republican completely our. I think they would be out if Lincoln s term had expired. It will soon to bore and then i say Good Bye to the Blacks. I expert you Are As Democrat now is Lam. Lou wit Kond me p Bedford paper As soon As Dir inn. I remain a ours. Of Rule. ,. Jerk Sarah Brown. Battery 1.5th l. S. Artillery. Army of the Poto Tuno. Wash Egton. D. C. We copy Tho following from the Lano Aiter Intel Ignieri suit Tun by a Soldier to a Friend in Lancaster the soldiers for Geo w Woodward r very gtd to liner that you All bad Surh time on Tho 17th. You wish to know whether i am a Woodward Man. To a a had hotter believe i am nod to be my. Old Rifle a he thaou neither n Lincoln nor Curtin Ball if i a waa to put , she would kick the nose off me. I see so Many puffs in be papers about the , a. G. Cup tut l cannot see what he has done for our regiment and the 82d p. Y. In our brigade he has not been to see a since we the service. If he would have Home lamp acc Arren on he would Bave seen a Woodward Board stuck up at almost every Street. I Ihrk it would have Hurt his Eves a. A by the advertiser. The abolition meeting in Jonestown. Jonestown sept. 30, 1863. Or. Editor a our usually quiet place was aroused last evening by the heavy Roll of martial music much resembling that band. Shortly afterwards two wide awake lamps became visible casting a dim Quot Light Over some fifty then immediately a meeting was organized and Flemming the abolition candidate for a senator was introduced As a speaker. This gentleman commenced his remarks by a knowl Quot edging Woodward As a Man of of tarnish de private character. Then he again commenced denouncing him and Hir constituents abolitionist generally do. He yielded to a Man called Barr. Even the common Laws of decency. After making use of the most degraded and vulgar language imaginable. Anil finding that this even did not meet will tie desired effect he next resorted to ridiculing the natural deformities of men when a note was banded him by one of the delegation and to inferred. From the change he immediately made that he was informed to bark on a different key. He even went so far a to say that by voting for Curt they would obtain their soul s salvation. Besides promising that every drafted Man would be sent Homo Thi cd Luczko after Curtin selection. With such infamous absurdities he endeavoured to Blindfold the people but Ali we Hope is that the abolitionists procure More spa Akers of this kind and hold another meeting and we will certainly have a democratic majority in old . A Pennsylvania Quot election. Official returns for 1862. Coir ties. Aud. Gen k. A majorities. Cd o o Badams. 2966 2555 411 m Allegheny 7895 12323 4428 Armstrong 2476 2259 226 Beaver 1734 2268 534 Bedford. 2320 1679 �641 m Berks 10464 4559 5914 # Blair 1917 2581 Bradford 1761 5824 4083 Bucks 6562 5855 707 Butler 2618 2771 163 Cambria 2734 1535 1199 Cameron a 136 196 60 Carbon. 1697 997 700 Centre 2687 1856 831 Chester 4870 7224 2354 Clarion 2355 1396 959 Clinton 1544 1157 387 Clearfield 2167 a 1315 852 Columbia 2952 1382 1570 Crawford 3589 5006 1417 Cumberland 3515 2671 844 Dauphin 3276 4150 874 Delaware 1461 2772 1311 Erie 2713 4255 1542 Elk 586 275 Sll Fayette 3639 2704 935 Franklin 3140 3157 17 Fulton 1009 726 283 Forrest 52 80 28 Greene 2869 949 1920 Huntington Indiana 0823 1498 a .34,61 330 s t. 643 1800 Jefferson 1483 t4�2 71 Juniata 1548 1094 454 Lancaster 6532 11471 4939�?T Lawrence 1053 2561 1498 Lebanon 2213 3045 832 Lehigh 4750 2806 1944 Luzerne 83s9 5768 2621 Lycoming 3531 2608 923 Mercer 3049 3421 372 Mcvean 623 780 152 Miffin 1370 1468 As Monroe 2118 458 1662 Montgomery �?�6765 5118 1647 Montour 1236. 765 471 Northampton 446b 1969 2491 nor bumb d 3068 2035 983 Petty a 1959 1917 42 Philadelphia 33323 36124 2801�?T Pike 767 135 632 Potter. 326 1103 777 Schuylkill 7076 5481 1594 0 Somerset a a -1415 sit i 1060 Snyder. 1253 1592 339�?T Sullivan 60s 279 32� Sueque Anoa 2748 3945 1196 i Tioga 806 2792 a 1986 Union. 1155 1580 425 a Venango 2497 2565 68 in Arren 1213 1863 655. Waeuiuglo.%. Wave is of 8 4m3- 2760 s3� pm 1 941 a West Morolt a 50#? .3673 1367 Wyoming �336 Lam a 191 York a 7396 a 43l�r 3086 total 219,066 215,684 �60,000 too too .215.684 Plonker Quot a Niaj. 3,382 it t f r Tho following was the Vot of Lebanon county for auditor gen Oral at the last Falls election a Cochran a sle amp Ker Lebanon a w. 200. _ 164 Leba Uoc w. W 14s 155 n. L. Borough. 75 75 n. L. Township 191 173 South Lebanon 109 173 Cornwall North 32 a 42 Cornwall South 92 165 North Annville 282 71 South Annville 234 a 65 Londonderry 255. 74 East Hanover 218 88 Swatara 258 68 Union 144 93 Bethel 157 236 Jackson 2-15 246 Millcreek 129 141 Heidelberg 262 179 cold Spring a 14 5 total 3045 2213 of too. If the people of Pennsylvania next a Julid in re elect Curt they indirectly Promise old Abe More men to free the negroes a arrangements Are already being made for another draft of Tho above number of men. The people have fair notice thereof and if they endorse i the acts of the National administration by voting for Curt a they in effect Promise to furnish the men if required. Greenbacks wont save the drafted then. Men of families Over thirty five Yon Aiso will the Boiu the a a a a to drops men. Persons drafted can have their exemption papers prepared a Wilmont charge by applying to the undersigned.1 j j Blair j unties of the peace a. Ward. Lebanon qhfe�?~7 1863
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