Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
21 Oct 1863

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21 Oct 1863

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 21, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaFob Cav amp it spa add a a eat in and promptly executed at the advertiser office Lebanon Penn a this establishment is now supplied with an extensive assortment of Job Type which will be increased As the patronage demands. It cab now turn out print is of every description in a neat and expeditions manner Audon very reasonable torts. Suchia pamphlet in Cheeks business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks a programmes Bills of fare a invitations tickets &c., a. Jtj a sons of my kinds. Common and .1 judgment boxes. One Dollar and a half a year. Address War m. , Lebanon a. George Pfleger jr., attorney at Law office in rooms formerly occupied by or. Samuel Behm. Deceased and opposite to the Black Horae hotel. Cumberland Street Lebanon. August 20, -1863.Quot a a a a a a a a a Grant Weidman atx0rnby at Law. Own of in can Oberland Street a a of doors East of theeart hotel in the office late of ills father capt. Wolffi Welmman dec a. Lebanon. Sept. 9,1863. _ removal. A. Stanley Ulrich attorney at Law has removed h is office to the building one door eat of store opposite Tho washing ton Hoose bods i ind pension claims promptly attended in. April 8, ,w1.�?3m. A 5bm�oyal. A its. T. Inca Dairy attorney at Law t i Asre Mosku Hia office to Market Street opposite tip Tjie Lebanon Bank tvo in porn North of Willow Ltd see a hotel. 1 l 25, by. h to a a in cumin Sand Street Lebanon a few doors knit of Tho Eagle hotel and two doors West of gen. . Lebanon dec. 17,1862. . 15--n0. 17. Lebanon pa., wednesday october 21, 1868.whole no. 747 thu Chi a i a a Quot Cyrus i. Miller 1 f in Walnut Street neat a by of mite the Buck hotel and two doors Sontz rom Karin any a hardware store. Lebanon april 9, 1862-ly. A a Quot we. Herr. A attorney at Law office in Stichter a Gnu Dong a used Street nearly opposite the court Louse. Us Ait of ism of Lebanon May 6, . Or . Kir pros his professional services to the citizens of a son and Vicinity. Office it the residence mrs. L. Neh two doors West of office of by dec a in Cumberland Street. A Lebanon april 15,1863 a 11 i Lar. Abreh a feb his professional services a Taen of the Borough of Lebanon and Alnut Street two doors North of the lutheran tar Ataee. March 4,1863, Elgis k a amp Dew Alt. Ommy Soseon 3ier Kants. Foe tus Sals of hitter eggs Heese tallow Kara poultry game dried fruits Grain seed amp a. To. 170 Meade Street be door above Washington Nkw-10rk. Weigley. Dewalt. J ebb k Ascough new York Allen , do w Sci fridge esq., do Jones let Shepard do sinn a Tota 4varrington do ssh Mae 6 Johnson do a Treslin. Esq., Lebanon. A. H. Betz Wanton a w c. Curry a co., Bankers Erie a i the. It Lin Stiles. Allentown. A. _18 a tip Egnew bakery she undersigned would respectfully in re a tj1 2�� Zens of Lebanon that he has commenced the bake in business in All its varieties at his stand on Kkt Ebnon a a a Oso Sion by Ras. All kinds fresh and of the beat Quality constantly hand and furnished at the lowest prices. Pubuwovntl�e��0b�?Tve my i h. Ebb. Leb Uoo nov. 9, look Jscott e a. A Imp Iier in and a 1t11st class h Alt dressing and i a1 us Yak it tag Saloon Market Street near Cumberland cd opposite the Eagle hotel. Being thankful for the Jeral patronage heretofore extended to him he would spec fully solicit a continuance of the same. Lebanon. July 2.1862. U Saloon will be closed Oil sunday. Us re insert. Adolphus rat Noel. Cra8. H. Melt a Friendly invitation co All desirous of purchasing lumber amp Coal to the Best advantage at the old established and Well known lumber Yard often noels amp me Ilythe Union canal of the East and West sides o Market Street North Lebanon Borough. The subscribers take pleasure in informing the Titi teus of Lebanon and surrounding counties. That by Etoll continue the lumber and Coal Busi ass at their old and Wal known stand where they a Dally receiving additional supplies of tace Best and Well seasoned lumber a slating of wite a cd yellow Pirn boards Plank Hemi a boasts. Plank and scantling. Etar is posts palings and of Encino boards. Ash from 1 to 4 Inch Cherry from % the 3 Inch Pilar froth % to 2 Poplar and Hardwood scantl1no. Oak and Maple boards and planks. Roofing and . Shingles shingles shingles 1 also. Pine and Hemlock shingles. Coals Calm Coal a Large Stock of the Best Quality of stove broken a and Lime Burnett Coal and also the Best Alle icy co Alfor for the Liberal manner in which they ave heretofore been patronized they would extend a a dial invitation tor a continuance of favors As they e confident that they now have the largest Best and a Post Stock of lumber on band in the county Linch will be sold Ata reasonable percentage. Josf please Call and examine our Stock and prices be re purchasing elsewhere. Reinoe iils amp Meily. North Lebanon Borough May it Isoa. Private Sale of Borough property. In subscriber offers for Sale the lot of or mme on Market a treat Lebanon. 4 Square a Outh of Hill ,33 feet front by 19� deep formerly occupied a by George Hess or. The improvement Are a a two Story weather. Boarded dwelling in Hoffie and other improvements. For further ii Ifon Aatila and Gasser Obanon sept 163. Eat ing rail Road summer arrangement my not aloof our. A highly concentrated vegetable extract. A pure tonic. Doctor Hoof Amdy Egerman bitters. Prepared by or. 0. Jackson Shilad a a. cure liver complaint dyspepsia. Jaundice. Chronic or nervous debility diseases of the kidneys and All diseases arising from a d disordered liver or Tomao. Such As constipation inward pile Ful Hess or blood to the head acidity of the stomach nausea heartburn disgust for food fullness or weight in the stomach. Sour erect actions sinking or fluttering at the pit of the stomach swimming of the head hurried and difficult breathing the heart suffocating sensations when in a lying Posto re dimness of vision. Do1s or webs wore Tho sight reverend Dull in the head. Deficiency of perspiration Yellowness of the skin and Ryese. Pam in the Side Back Chest. Limbs. A. Sudden flushes of heat burning in the flesh. Constant imaginings of evil and great depression of spirits. And will positively prevent tilt few Iver bilious fever d3c. They contain no alcohol or bad whiskey ? they will cure the above diseases in Monety nine eases out of a Hundred. Great to Kink line from tiie North and North West for Philadelphia new York Reading p0tt8ville, Lebanon Allentown Easton ac., 4c. Trains leave Harr a a Burg for Philadelphia. New York. Reading Pottsville. And ail intermediate stations at 8 a. M., and 2.00 p. A passing Lebanon 9.18 a. M., and 3.08 . A new express leaves Harrisburg at 26 a. A passes Lebanon at 3.15 a. Si., arrive Ian at new York at 9.15 the same morning. Fares from Harrisburg to new-York$5 15 to Philadelphia $3 35 and $2 80. Baggage checked through. Let Noring. Leave new York at 6 a. M., 12 noon and to. M., express. Leave Phil dbl phia 8.15 a. and 3.33 p. M., passing Lebanon at 12.17 noon 7.17 p. And expire Bat 1.00 a. Sleeping cars in the new York express trains through to and from Pittsburgh without Chan Bongerz by tit Catawissa Railroad Leav Tamaqua at 8.50 a. M., and 2.16 p. A for Philadelphia new Gyorfi and All Way Point. Trains leave Pottsville at 9.15 a. M., and 2.30 p. M., for Philadelphia Harrisburg and new York. An accommodation passenger train leaves beading at 6.00 a. Mand returns from Philadelphia at 5 00 p. 4� All the above trains run daily sundays excepted. A leaves Pottsville at 7.30 a. M., and Fhi Ludelphia at 3.15 of m. Commutation tickets with 26 coupons at 25 per cent Between any Points desired. 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. A 60 pounds baggage allowed each passenger. False angers Are requested to Purchase their tickets before ending the cars As higher fifes Are charged if paid in cars. It. A a a Nicolls april 29,1865, a general superintendent. Induced by the extensive sate and Universal popularity of Hoofland a German bitter Predy vegetable hosts of ignorant quacks and unscrupulous adventurers have opened upon suffering humanity the flood Gates of nostrums in the shape of poor whiskey Rilely compounded with injurious drugs and christened tonics st Machies and bitters. A a. Beware of the innumerable array of alcoholic preparations in Plethoria bottles and big bellied kegs under the modest appellation of bitters which instead of curing Only aggravate disease and leave the disappointed Suff re in despair a Hoofland a German bitters Are not new and untried article but have stood the test of fifteen years trial by the american Public and their reputation and Saie Are not rivalled by any similar preparation. The proprietors have thousands of letters from the most eminent i clergymen lawyers physicians and citizens testifying of their own personal knowledge to he beneficial effects Aud medical Virtues of these bitters. Do you want something to strengthen Guf do you want a Good appetite ? do you want to build e p Yobp constitutions do you want to feel Well ? do you want to get rid of nervousness do you want Energy to you want to sleep Well ? do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling if you do use Hoofland a germen bitters. From Mcva. J. Newton ,j>.f., editor of the encyclopedia of Edig ious knowledge. Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent medicines in general through distrust of their ingredients and effects i yet know of no sufficient reasons Why a Man May not testify to the benefits he believes himself to have received from any simple prep a ration in the Hopo that he May thus contribute to the Benefit of others. 1 i do this che More readily m regard to Hoof aria s German bitters prepared by or. C. Jackson of this City because i was prejudiced against them for Many a ears under Tbs impression that they were chiefly an Alcolm Lic mixture i am indebted to my Friend Robert Shoemaker esq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper tests and for encouragement to try them when suffering from great and Long continued debility. The use of three bottles of these bitters at the be gun Ogof the present year was followed by evident Relief and restoration to a degree of bodily and mental vigor which 1 had not Felt for six months before and had almost despaired of regaining. I therefore thank god and my Friend a or directing me to the use of then a j Newton Brown. �?o.,3,23 1861 particular Are Many preparations sold under the name of bitters put up in quart bottles compounded of the cheapest whiskey or common rum costing from 20 to 40 cents per gallon the taste disguised by Anise or coriander seed a. Quot f this class of bitters has caused and will Continuo to Canso As Long Ashlie Cau he sold hundreds to die the a a amp of the drum Karl by their use the system is kept continually under the influence of alcoholic a film Ulai ital Oft be worst kind the desire for liquor is created and kept up and the result is All the horrors attendant upon a drunkards life and death. For those who desire and will have a liquor bitters we publish the following receipt. Get one bottle Hoof Lan Derma bitters Aud mix wit i three quarts of Good Brandy or whiskey and the result will be a preparation that will Excel in medicinal Virtues and Truc once lie Nee any of the numerous liquor bitters in the Market and will Cost much less. Xou will have All the v Artnes of a bitters in connection with a Good article of liquor at a much less Price than these inferior preparations a Cost you. Attention soldiers a and the f1ue.nts of soldiers. We Call the attention of All having relations and friends in the Arney to the fact that a Hoofland s German bitters will cure nine tenths of the diseases induced by exposure and privations incident to Camp life. In the lists published almost daily in the newspapers on the arrival of the s5ck, it will be up teed that a very Large proportion Are suffering from Deollie to every Case of that kind can be readily cured by Hoofland s German bitters. Diseases resulting from disorders of the digestive organs Are speedily removed. We have no hesitation in stating that if these bitters were freely used among our soldiers hundreds of lives might be saved that otherwise will be inst. We Call particular attention to the following remarkable and Well authenticated cure of one of the nations heroes whose life to use Bis own language a has been saved by a the bitters a , August 23rd, �862. Messes. Jones k Jan Well gentlemen your Hoof lands German bitters has saved my life. There is no mistake in this. It is vouched for by numbers of my comrades some of whose name Are appended and who were fully cognizant of All the circumstances of my Case i am and have been for the last four years a member of Sherman a celebrated Battery and under the immediate command of Captain r. B. the Eph the exposure attendant upon my arduous doties i was attacked in november last with of the Innas and was for seventy two Days in the Hospital. This was followed by great debility heightened by an attack of dysentery. I was then removed from the White House and sent to this City on Board Tbs Steamer a state of Maine a from which i landed on the 28th of june. Since that time i line been about As Low As any one could be and still retain a spark of vitality. For a week or More i was scarcely Able to Swallow anything and if i did Force a morsel Down it was immediately thrown up again. I could not even keep a Glass of water on my Stom an. Life could not last under these circumstances and physicians who had been working faithfully though unsuccessfully to Rescue me from the grasp of the dead Archer frankly told me they could do no More for me and advised me to see a Clergyman and to make such disposition of my limited funds a a Best suited me. An acquaintance who visited me at the Hospital or. Frederick Steinbron = sixth below Are Street att a of me Asa forlorn Hope to try Jour bitters and kindly procured n bottle. From the time i commenced taking them the gloomy Shadow of death receded and i am now thank god for it getting better. Though i have but taken two bottles 1 have gained ten pounds and i feel san guide of being permitted to rejoin my wife and daughter from whom i have heard nothing for 18 months for gentlemen i am a Loyal virginian from the Vicinity of front Koyal to your invaluable owe the certainty of lire which has taken the place of vague eur a a a to you or bitters will i owe the glorious privilege of again a lisping to my bosom those who Are Deares t to me in life. Very truly yours Isaac Malone. We fully concur in the truth of the above statement As we had despaired of seeing our Comrade or. Malone restored to health. John coddle ask 1st nework Battery. Geottge a Ackley co c 11th Maine. Lewis Chevalier 92d new York. L k Spencer 1st artillery Battery i. J b a Sewell co b 3d Vermont. Henry b Jerome co b do. Henry t Macdonald co c 6tb mama. John f Ward. Co e 5th Maine. Herman Koch co h x2d new York. Nathaniel b Thomas co f 95th Penn. Andrew j Kimball co a. 3d Vermont. A John Jenkins co b 106th Penn. Beware of counterfeits see that the Sigo Aturo of a pc. Jackson a is on the wrapper of each Buttle Price per bottle 75 cents or half d0z. For �00. Should your nearest druggist not have t. O article do not be put off by any of the intoxicating preparations that May he uttered in its place but Send to us and we will Forward securely principal office andmanu5aci0ry,. No. 631 Aroh is joans sgt Evans successor to c. Jackson a co proprietors. 89 for Sale by or go loss it oppo8,1tjf�?ous House la Bayok a and by druggists and dealers in every town the United states a 27 1863.-ly. New grocery store. John Diller has just opened a new grocery store in Bis building in Cumberland Street one door West of Market Street where he is prepared to Supply the pub fresh groceries of the Best Quality such a sugars sifted crushed White and Brown Coffee Green and roasted molasses teas Imperial Young Hyson and Black Corn starch Farina cheese new Mackerel herring hams dried beef chocolate Coco. Ac., a. Also a Large Stock of brushes and brooms of every variety also baskets Market travelling and fancy. A he is also prepared to Supply his old customers with every variety of leather Aud shoe findings which May be found in his basement on Market Street Fisl. He solicits a Liberal share of patronage. John Diller. Lebanon August 12, �?T63. A a Ltd lion hotel Shaffer stood Lebanon county put. Michael k Keath proprietor. The subscriber respectfully informs the Public that he has taken the above centrally located hotel m Shauffer town. And that he will be Happy to enter Situu comitor Taoy and pie amp sanity a who May favor him witha Call. The House is Large and Eom Modi Ous and the stabling of the very Bidstr kind. His table and bar will always he supplied with the bes and choicest. He solicits a Sbare of the pm Blic pm tron age. Kubath. Shaeffer town May 6 1863.walters Mill. Of the subscriber respectfully informs the Public that a he has entirely rebuilt the Mill on the Little Swa Tara formerly known a a a Straw so and later As a Owen Gertys a about one fourth of a mile from Jonestown Lebanon county a. That he has it now in Complete running order and. Is prepared to. Furnish customers regularly with a very Superior article of. Are Alft Kcjr a a As cheap As it can be any other he keeps also of hand and for Sale at the lowest Cash prices chop bran shorts amp a. He is also prepared to do All kinds of customers work for Farmers mud others at the very shortest possible notice and in vites All to give him a Tria. The machinery of the a Mill is entirely new and of the latest and most improved kind. By strict attention to business and fair dealing he hones to Merit a share of Public patronage. Wheat Rye Corn Oats &e., bought for which the highest Lebanon Market prices will be paid. Franklin Walter. May 7, 1862.__. Removal tailoring. Lorenzo h. Rohu Jer. W Iund re j spec fully inform the citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity that he has removed his tailor ing establishment a few doors East of Landermilch a store and nearly opposite the Washington House on Cumberland st., where he will make up clothing in the Mast fashionable styles in the Best manner Good fits guaranteed to All. Thankful Forth very Liberal patronage extended to him thus he Hopes to Merit and continue the Samo. Lebanon april 8,1863.�?ly. Fits fits fits a h. Richey merchant tailor respectfully an a ounces to the citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity that he has just returned from the City with a flue assortment of cloths Cassimeris m All of which be will sell or make up to order at i prices to suit the times at Bis no. 1 tailoring establishment in Keims new Block 4 doors South of the Buck hotel South Walnut Street. All work entrusted to Bis care will be manufactured in a Workmanlike meaner As to fashion and durability. Goods purchased elsewhere will be cheerfully made up to order on the usual moderate terms. Having bad years of experience in the tailoring and dry goods bus guess and being inclined to turn to the advantage of Bis customers Alt the advantages result lug from wafd acquirement be fee 1b satisfied that it will be responded to by a very Liberal share of the pub lie patronage. Friends Call once to please me after that please yourselves. July 8, 1863. Just received a a Large and splendid assortment of super French English and american cloths and Casai Meres for Coats. Pants and Call and examine our Stock. We Feci confident that we can please. Prices to suit the times at Henry k Stine a . New Boot and shoe store the undersigned announce to the Public that they have removed their new Boot and shoe store to Cumberland Street Lebanon in John grafts building one door West of the confectionery store where they a Sass. Intend keeping constantly on band a general As-s3sortmentof ladies gentlemen misses boys and children a boots shoes gaiters &c., &c., All of which will be Mafte lip in Way log and Quality no to be surpassed by any other workmen in the country. No Effort shall be spared to please and satisfy All who May favor them with their orders and their 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 Boas represented. The Public Are invited Pecali and examine Hairstock previous to purchasing. V 4sf repairing done on Short notice and at reasonable a docs. Andrew Moore Samuel s. Shirk Lebanon March 19, 1862,books amp stationery a new Houck a Rould inform the Public that having bought and a consolidated the Book and stationery stores of h. H. Koedel and George Waltz they Are now prepared to wait on All who will favor them with a , at the old stand h. H. Roedell a in Cumberland Street where they will always have of hand a a Jorge and Well selected Supply of school Blank and sunday school books and a an inducement they offer their a Vecella Noue Hooks at greatly reduced prices. The new York and Philadelphia daily and weekly papers and magazines can be had and subscribed for on reasonable terms by calling at their store. Anything wanting in their line will be cheerfully attended to with promptness and dispatch Lebanon nov. 12,1802. George Ilyf Lumans Lebanon county rans port Ati or line. By Lebanon Valley Railroad. Particular attention will Lia .d to goods Shipp. De by the Lebanon Valley. Railroad. Goodwill be sent daily to and from Philadelphia to Lebanon Myers town and Annville stations Aud All other Points in the county. Freights contracted for at the least possible rates and delivered with dispatch the proprietor will particular attention to. And attend personally to the receiving and delivery of All freight. For information apply at his office at the Lebanon Valley Railroad depot Lebanon. A Edward Mark his agent in Philadelphia will always be found at w. H. Bush s merchants hotel North third st., Philadelphia. July 11,�?T60. Geo. Hof an. Blanket shawls cloth Woolen clothing of All colors dyed Jet Black or Blue Black pressed the color warranted and goods turned out equal to new by Lyon Lemberger East Hep Over. Asp articles to be dyed can be left at Jos. L. Lember a ferns drug store where All orders for the above will be attended to. # a March 11,1863. Five years a wife and Nineteen years a widow. A wanderer returned. From Tho Rochester Democrat. Romantic stories occasionally find their Way into newspapers in the form of local items. They Are not always to be relied a upon. The state of the local a Armetris sometimes the key to their credibility and when a dearth of items prevails that fact should eee Ive a fair degree of allowance. I but it is not always the most improbable Story that has the Lea to foundation in facts. Truth is stranger than fiction. Our informant prefixed that remark to his own revelation which is about As follows and As we Are not suffering after an item famine we must bespeak the Reader s credulity for the Case in hand Twenty four years ago this blessed october a you g gentleman and lady who shall be a a Meles living in old England met like Rachel and Jacob Ata Well curb and exchanged Healths and vows. It was love at first sight at second sight they a vere married. Tobej moved to America and begot sons and. Daughters. A five years of wedded life clap of and one Fine morning the affectionate and devoted husband who was never before known to forego Ine in Foiest conjugal or paternal obligations was missing. R Nineteen years passed by in which the absent Busbani d was mourned As mysteriously deceased and quite forgotten by widow find children. They had moved from their original residence in Pursuit of better Fortune and they came Toji Rochester where they have for bomb time resided. Last week while Tho widow was sighing in loneliness the protracted absence of her Wiiest son somebody knocked at the dior. Which was opened and la the Bufe band the renegade took. A. Chair and said be had come Back to take cd re of his family. Re had been like sin bad the Sailor a wandering Over the Earth and sea. Sometimes throwing Beefsteak into he Diamond Valley and making very Neavy profits on recovering them Fijor the cormorants that picked pm up be had been to Lilliput and Boob Digang engineering huge caravans across Sahara traced the sources of Tho Nile slept in the Grottoes Cristo a made a Phreno logical Chart of the Sphinx revelled in Tho fails of the aztecs eaten mud pies Yib the Hottentots and turned the a amp old shoulder on the Esqui Maux. A in Short he was narrating his experience at length when his eldest daughter moved mat he adjourn sine die As they All supposed that he had Long ago. A vote was taken on the proposition by the family Circle and although the wife and Mother Only sustained the negative she maintained that she was in the majority that the erring husband should remain that poverty was his Best recommendation and if he a could not take care of his family shei would take care of him according to the. Original Tener of their agreement. A Quot till death does a o a a them part a Ous. Philip f. Jln i Kulyj fashionable Boot and shoe maker on Cumberland Street one door East the Black b orse hotel. Thankful for very Liberal patronage extended to use for the abort time i have been in business i would respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage of the Public. E has at All times an assortment of boots and shoes of his own manufacture on band which will be disposed of on reasonable terms. It Fine boots ladies gaiters a those desiring a neat Well made article Are invited to give me trial. Childrens shoes of every variety Ana color on hand. Heavy work made to order. Kfir a work warranted lie pairing neatly done and charges made moderate. Lebanon july 3,1861. Boot and shoe store. Jacob re Del respectfully informs the Public that he still continues his extensive establishment in his new building in cumberlandst., where be Hopes to Render the some. Satisfaction As heretofore to All who May favor him with their custom. He invites merchants and dealers in boots everyone who wishes to Purchase fashionable and durable articles in his line to Call and examine for themselves his urge and varied Stock. He is determined to surpass All Competition in the manufacture of every article in his business suitable for any Market in the Union. A due1 cafe taken in regard the materials and workmanship none by the Best Quality of leather and other used and none but the Best workmen Are employed p. A he returns Bis sincere thanks to his friends for the very Liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on him. He Hopes by strict attention to business and endeavouring to please his customers to Merit a share of Public patronage. Lebanon july 3,1861. Administrators notice. Tit stick is hereby Given that letters of admin strap Tiona a the estate of George Gilbert late of Leb amp Nen Borough Lebanon county fa., deceased have been granted to the undersigned of the same All persons therefore haying claims against said estate Are requested to present them,.and those indebted tomake payment at an Early Date. A a. administrator. Leba Aop Borough a september 9,18636tt comment is super flu terrible affray at new Lisbon. A civilian shoots four soldiers. His relatives in Milwaukee were telegraphed at once. It is a bad and terrible affair. We were informed at Lisbon to Day on our Way Home that be bad been drinking but not to excess. Captain Arnold did All in Bis Power to still his men but after they Learned one of their comrades bad been shot their blood was up and nothing but his death would satisfy them. The citizens of the place feel terribly Over the sad affair and As usual some blame one party some the other. The affray has taught an other lesson against Street quarrelling Over half past nine of clock this Forenoon when we left Lisbon the wounded men were alive but two of them were not expected to recover or. Bellinger has in Milwaukee engaged in the banking business. He was a Stout robust Man we should judge about thirty two years old and a Democrat who always believed in the right to speak his sentiments. Mis brains dashed out by the crowd. From the la Crosse Democrat of the Letb inst last night a most terrible affray occurred at new Lisbon about fifty Miles East of Here on the la Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad the particulars of which Arel briefly As follows toward night Peter Bellinger of Milwaukee formerly of Rau Claire got in a political discussion with an abolitionist of Libori each representing extreme s views. As usual the discussion is not confined to the originators of up dispute. Citizens joined in on both sides. At last a Soldier belonging to co. C. 30tb regiment stationed there to protect the citizens from indians took offence at some remark made by Bellinger and threatened violence. At this Bellinger went away loaded his re. Volver and returned spying that be was ready to go in with Bis argument and ready to Defond himself and the Soldier might the Soldier went off and after Roll Call at nig t c me b a cd with a party ready to c ear Bellinger out and arrest him for being a Copperhead and carrying weapons. To ran into or. Roth a store. The lights were extinguished when the soldiers a Roku i Quot a by the Back door. He then ran out of the front and started for the Georgia House. On the Way he was attacked by the soldiers and fired on them with his revolver shooting be ret Oleson twice through the heart or near it and wounding severely a Wilson and j. B. Elgin and c. Cum Minga slightly All of co. A and from Trempealeau. Wilson and Elgin a will die. Captain Arnold reached the scene of action by this time and tried his Best to make his men desist but neither be nor the citizens not mixed up in the affair could do the least toward stilling the Row. Bellinger was taken from the Georgia House by the crowd and to minded till it was thought he was dead. He jumped from the ground knocked three men Down and ran a Short distance when be was caught Quot by the soldiers his. Head placed on a Large Block and pounded to a mass of pulp reset Highg Ninci heat f / jest Book has a collection of chiefly of Irish extraction always diverting but1,not a always genuine. Too Many of them Are like the prize bulls at a cattle fair reared on purpose to there is no need to Force this species of Bovine product in order the highest excellence. Nothing was Ever a got this line half so Good As the Bona fide production of sir Boyle Roche an Irish member of parliament and an orator of real eloquence and genuine with notwithstanding Bis occasional and most prodigious verbal blunders. A recent article in once a week contains a very amusing collection Oft be eccentric baronet s bulls. Here Are some of the Best of them a sir a said the orator in a parliamentary speech a i would give up half nay the whole of the Constitution to preserve the remainder a this however was parliamentary. Hearing that Admiral Howe was in quest of the French lie remarked somewhat pleasantly that the Admiral would sweep the French off the free of the by and by came dangerous times of disaffection and honest men s lives insecure. Boyle writes from the country to a Friend in the capital this discouraging View of his position a you May judge a he says a of our state when 1 Tell you that i write this with a sword in one hand and a pistol in the other it was sir Boyle who spoke in such feeling terms of the gun Tinmun with whose family i he was connected by marriage a a he gave me his oldest daughter. he said to one of the professional wus of the Irish bar his eldest daughter sir. To Bun the wit replied a if he had an older one he would Nave Given her to you. On one occasion when the famous letters to the Public advertiser were attracting Universal attention sir Bovle was heard to complain bitterly of the attacks of a certain Anonymous writer called Junius he it was who recounted that marvelous in gymnastics when in a tumult of loyalty he a stood prostrate at the feet of his he it was who denounced in withering language the apostate politician who a turned his Back of it was who introduced to Public notice the ingenious yet partially confused metaphor of the rat. said he addressing the speaker of the Irish House,�?~1 smell a rat. 1 see him floating in the air but Mark me i shall nip him in the in the Irish House these things were welcomed with uproarious Hilar Ity. There was the famous speech which confounds generations. A i done to see or. Speaker Why we should put ourselves out of the Way to serve posterity. What has posterity done for us a he was disconcerted by the burst of laughter that followed and proceeded to explain his meaning , sir i do not mean our ancestors but those who Are to come immediately alter his invitation to the gentleman on his travels was hospitable and Well meant but equivocal a i Hope my lord if you Ever come within a mile of my Bouse you la stay there All 1 still he could hit hard and for once avoid his natural blundering or Gurran stated that he was quite capable of being the guardian of his own Boyle retorted 1 wish the Hon. Gentleman Joy of his. Washington. That War is demoralizing e very body knows and it May naturally be expected that the pernicious influences of War would be Felt at the National capital in their full vigor. Few will be prepared however to credit the reports How Given respecting the prevalence of crime in that City. Here is. The picture Given by the superintendent of police just published a no one who has Given the least attention to the constant recurring Public notices of crime can help perceiving that crime of All sorts is great a on the increase within this metropolitan police District. Nothing that could be done by the police to change this sad state of affairs has been left undone and in this they have had the valuable assistance Ufa the military authorities. But though repeated arrests violent remedies and Public exhibitions of them in the streets have combined to make the notorious and dangerous thieves seek another Quarter for the exercise of their talents still the City swarms with thieves burglars and dangerous the police superintendent thus makes a comparison of the criminal statistics of that City with those of Brooklyn showing that while the arrests in Brooklyn Are Only one in 85.75 of its population in Washington they reach one in every 12.58. He then adds a nor has burglary and Kindred offences alone increased in our midst. By Kindred offences i mean robberies of various kinds such As pocket picking parroting Highway robbery and so there has been an increase in All of these hut beside murders violent assaults and other crimes resulting from sudden and violent passions Are much More frequent than the increase of licentiousness is spoken of As a positively fearful a but there is no crime to which men of depraved character Are More addicted than gambling. The report says of such a they Are Well dressed respectable looking scoundrels who to our sorrow be it said have an influence and use it too in almost All matters that concern the Community. They practice their horrid Trade in secret and their victims dread the Light More than anything else and it is this very secrecy that gives them their a correspondent of the Boston traveler says a in fact gambling licentiousness drunkenness and every species of evil run riot throughout the City until now profligacy seems another writer notices the fact that while theatres flourish and appliances for All kinds of debauchery exist churches and schools languish As never before. A drafted member of the bar arrested for desertion. Boston sept 22.�?samuel l. Crocker jr., a member of the Suffolk bar has been arrested for desertion he having been drafted and paroled to report in due form to the Board of enrolment of the third District. When or. Crocker was notified to appear at the Headquarters of the Provost marshal he went there with a substitute but because he refused to comply with what he considered the improper exaction of the Provost marshal the substitute he presented was not accepted. This provoked or. Crocker and he appealed to the authorities at Washington to protect him in his right and defied the Hoard of enrolment he told them As they would not accept is substitute. The War department subsequently sustained the action of the Board of enrolment and or. Crocker some time after the Day Given him to a report had passed was notified of this and requested to Call at the office of the Provost marshal but neglected to do so and. Was arrested. On an examination by the Hoard of enrolment or. Crocker was declared to be Able bodied and ordered into the service hut was allowed a furlough until wednesday when he will have to go into Camp Ashy the decision of the War department his privilege to furnish a substitute or to commutation Money is now Cut off. Or. Crocker is a son of Hon. Samuel l. Crocker of Taunton formerly a member of Congress and brother in Law of major general Crocker. Died of hydrophobia. W a Little Over three weeks ago or. Jonathan Vandegrift son of Jona. Vandegrilt of Middletown township this county was bitten in the thumb by his dog and not knowing whether the dog was Rabid or not killed him. That afternoon he attended a Pic Nic and told his friends be bad been bitten by a dog but made Light of some Days afterwards he heard that a mad log had been in the neighbourhood and had bitten several dogs but was not aware that his own dog had been bitten and did not take any measures to avoid the terrible effects which ensue when bitten by a dog in Rabid condition. Three weeks after to was bitten by the dog be had an unpleasant feeling in his Throat As if it was filling up when the truth flashed upon him Tbs the was affected by hydrophobia. This was on wednesday and he grew worse until Friday last when he was relieved of his sufferings by death. His friends were induced to Send to Philadelphia for an Indian doctor who professes to have the Power of curing madness but Bis skill failed him in this instance. Several cattle belonging to or. Y ande Riiff were bitten at the same time which went mad. Several Dags had been bitten in the neighbourhood but which had been killed immediately. It appears that the dog which had bit or. Yan de Griffe a dog As Well is the others went into the residence of Westly White in Middletown stood and looked at the babe in the Cradle for a minute and then turned and went out without disturbing it or any one. Or. Yandt Griff was. A single , it Socrat getting a family. A German named Hoef Jeh residing five Miles West of a Crescent was married in Portage in november 1860, to a healthy German girl. The week after they were married they moved to Minnesota on the farm which they now occupy. In August 1861, mrs. H. Gave birth to three boys two of whom lived. In june 1862, she gave birth to three boys and a girl two of the boys and the girl living. On the 5th of this month she gave birth to two girls and a boy All of whom were As late As tuesday of this week alive and Well. Ten children in Nesb than three years is pretty Good even for this Vicinity. The parents Are proud of their Success in the family line and Point with pleas ure to their company of German in. Fantry. Government cannot afford to draft the head of that Crosse Democrat. A sultans the recent fire at the old Seraglio of constantinople a jewel disappeared to which the turks attach much importance. It was an Amulet formerly the property of Mahmound ii., and was supposed to contain a shred of the prophets garment. Abdul med Jid had Given it to one of his favorite wives shortly before his death and the present Sultan soon after his accession had demanded its return but the lady who constantly wore it a bout her person had always found some pretext for retaining it. In the hurry and confusion attending the fire she lost the Amulet and gave notice of the fact to the police authorities. An Active search was instituted and the missing jewel was at last discovered in the Possession of a harm Mal or Street Porter who declared that he had found it in the Street. Where it had probably been dropped by some person who had stolen it. The Man was Bastina oed but he persisted in his Story and As his As versions were supported by the testimony of several other mammals he was ultimately set at Liberty. By Gough the Temperance lecturer once in a while tells a Good joke it his own expense and the following is not the worst. While touring through England he was introduced to a Village audience thus a a ladies and gentleman i ave the onor to introduce to you Tho distinguished lecturer or. John b Gough who will address bus Hon the subject Hof Tern Perance. You know that Temperance his thought to be a rather dry subject Butto night As we listen to hour Friend the orator from Honor the Bocean we May Hope to have the Mir Acle Hof Samson repeated hand to be refreshed with water from the jaw Bone Hof a Hass a the population of the professor of the University of Berlin has recently published the result of his researches As to the population of the Earth according to which Europe contains 272 millions Asia 720 millions Africa 89 millions America 200 millions and polynesia two millions making a grand total of 1,283 millions of inhabitants. As in places where deaths Are accurately registered the annual mortality is at least one in forty the number of deaths must be about 32,00,000 every year which gives 87,761 per Day 3,653 per hour and 62 per minute so that every second witnesses the extinction of one human life. Another calculator states that the number of persons who have lived on the Earth since the creation is 36,627,843,275,075,825 a Talignani. I at a trial recently the jury returned the following verdict a a guilty with some doubt As to whether he is a �,1.1�. Atkins amp Bro. Having United in the boo and shoe bastards and from their determination to be punctual and. Make none hut the Best of work the fee like soliciting a Large of Jpn ii patronage. The win always be found at their old stand a new building in Market Street nearly opposite widow risks hotel where the will be read to serve and please their customers. They have now on hand a Large assortment of boots shoes trucks carpet bags ac., which the offer at reduced prices. Persons dealing at this shoe store can be suited with ready made work or Hare it Node to. Older. Satisfaction is always warranted. 4� particular attention Given to the repairing boots and shoes. Lebanon july 3,1861. Atkins k Bros new Boot and shoe store is fitted up in Good order both for ladies and amp new Boot and shoe Stere a fitted up in Good order for Comfort and convenience both for ladies and gentlemen. Atkins amp Bro. Promise to be punctual and will in. Deavor the please All who May Call on them for Boote and shoes special notice. The proprietors of the Girard House Philadelphia respectfully Call the attention of business men and the travelling Community to the Superior accommodation and Comfort offered in their establishment. Kanaga Fowler k co. August 26.1863�?3mo._�?�_ _ Howard association a Philadelphia. A. Diseases of Tho nervous system Spelma tor Rhea or seminal weakness impotence. And other affections of the sexual organs physical debility and premature decay a new and reliable treatment in reports of the Howard association sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes free of charge. Address or. J Skillin Houghton to Ward association no. 2 South ninth Street . Adet Phu a. January 28,18 63.�?ly. _ a. Stove s. Stoves. Tow is tha too to buy your stoves before cold a. Winter is Here and the Best and cheapest place is at the Lebanon stove tin and Sheet Iron Xan tory of James n. Rogers two doors South from the Lebanon Bank where can be. Had the largest and Best assortment of parlor Hall and cooking stoves Ever offered in Lebanon Gas burners for Parlours or bed Chambers of Hia own make with a general Assor Treut of parlor stoves Aud a Large variety of the Best cooking stoves in tha county or Borough which he warrants Tobak Eor Roost Wash boilers constantly on hand of All sizes and the Best material. A. Coal buckets the largest assortment the Beav. In Iron and the heat made in Lebanon. Also a Large Stock of tin Ware made of the beet material and in a Workmanlike manner a he is a practical Workman and has had an experience of Twenty five years he feels confident that be ran Giro ases this method of returning his thanks to Hia numerous customers for their Liberal support Ond to. Hopes by strictly attending to his own business and letting other Peoples alone to still receive a share a a peptic patronage. Jab is n. Rogers particular attention paid to All kinds of Job Bjk such of roofing spouting amp a and All work warranted x. K. Oreg s liquor store Market Square opposite the Market House Lebanon a. Rishe undersigned respectfully informs tue Public x that he Bas received an extensive Stock Oft be choicest and purest liquors of All descriptions Raesz a33qr\uqttots he is invariably disposed Fco balt at unt Low prices. Mba druggists Farmers hotel keepers and orb a. Era will consult their by baying Oft be undersigned. Or 15,1863,

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