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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 9, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaJai too i�\runl3a,a Ajaeb Bart no tip Tipy it it j non try and promptly executed at a the advertiser office Lebanon Penha a j a a tvs establishment is now supplied with in extensive i a assortment of. Job tvs a which Wubbo increased As Tho 1 t patronage demands. It can now Tain out in Ristivo of Ivory description in a neat Ami expeditious Maimer Andun very reasonable terms. Suchias pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars labels. Bill headings Blanks. Programmes Bills of fare. Invitations tickets ac., a. Ifs Dreb Sof nil Quot kinds. Common and judgment Bonds. 3hool, justices constables and other Blanks printed a a and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept for Sale at this office at prices a to suit the f a subscription Price of the los by non and Yeti shr one Hollar and n half a year. A address we. Bassut Lebanon a. Howard association. Philadelphia. A. Diseases of the nervous system or seminal weakness impotence and other affections of the sexual organs physical debility and pro Matoba decay a new and reliable treatment in reports of the Howard ask lactation sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes free of Chi re. Address j r. J. Skilton Houg Uton Howard association no. 2 Spath. Ninth Street Phil Adb Labia pm. ,. A a jauuary28, 186s.�?ly. A a removal. A. Stanley Ulrich attorney at Law has remove Piferis office to the building one door Vas of Licud Ermini s store opposite the Washington House Lebanon. A. Bounty and pension claim promptly attended to apri8,�?Tft3.---3tn. Vol. 15�?no. 12. Lebanon fa., wednesday september 9, 1863. Whole no. 741 not alcoholic. ��?oy�5k5�&t�?o� #��e�l8lit�tt�. A a tiny. 1 i i Iii min if full a in i i eem Oyal. 8. T. Ica Dai a attorney at Law has removed Bis office to Murket Street opposite the Lebanon Bank two doors North widow lflse�?T8 hotel. Lebn Rion March 25, �?T63, if District attorney has removed his office to the Lioom lately occupied by or. G.�$. P. Line Weaver in Cumberland Street Lebanon a few doors East of the Eagle Motel and two doors West of gen acid Many office a. Lebanon Dee. 17,1862. T. A a a highly concentrated v leg a table extract. A pure tonic. Boston hoopla lib a German by Titelis la a spared by or 0. Jackson Philada a a. Vav jul effectually cure liver complaint dyspepsia. Jaundice. Chronic or nervous debility diseases of the kidneys and nil diseases arising from a 1 a d ordered direr or stomach. A such a a con up ton. Inward plies. Kul Nuss or Blond to the head acidity of the isto Manh. Nausea. Heartburn disgust for food Frim is or we unlit in the stomach. Sour Truatt irions. Sinking or fluttering it the pit of the Stom Aab. Stoiu iming of the head. A or a ried and difficult breathing Flut ring at the Htmat to choking or suffocating sous Titus when in a Liviu pos Sture dimness of vision dots or webs before the sight. Fever end Dull Fin in the head. Deficiency of perspiration. Yellowness of the skin end Erya a Ain in Tbs Side. Back Chest limbs amp a sudden flushes of heat burning in the flesh constant imaginings of evil and great depression of spirits. And will positively prevent fellow fever by ious fever to a. They contain no alcohol or bad Woskey ? they will curb the above diseases in ninety nine cases out of a Hundred. I a Vries 1. A nil in eat a opposite the Buck hotel and two doors South front a amp i Nanyu a hardware store. Lebanon april 9,1882.-ly. J a a a. Attorney at Law office in a Sjo a building Cumberland Street nearly opposite the court House. Lebanon May 6, 1863.�?tf or. Samuel 8. Leily offers Bis professional services to the citizens of Lention and Vicinity. Office at the residence of . L. Buch two doors West of office of or. Samuel beam dec a in Cumberland Street. # Lebanon aprili5,ls63. _. Or. Aniali h. Light. Offers his professional services citizens of the Borough of Lebanon and Vicinity. Office in Walnut Street two doors North of the lutheran parsonage. March 4,1863. Quot Weigley amp Dewalt. Commission Mer Hants. /. For the Sale of or butter eggs Heese tallow lard poultry game., dried fruits a Grain seed a. No. 17,0 Reade Street one door above Washington 0. Weigley. A a it. / new York. R. Dewalt. A references -. A Robb a Ascough new Yok brother do w. W. ?., do Jones v Shepard do slant son Labsch amp Parr Upton a do Sai Juelg. Johnson w. Lir Eslin Esq. Lebanon a. A Betz. Canton Ohio w. C. Curry amp co., Bankers Erie a. Hon. John Stiles Allentown a. Jin. 14,1863. A a Xhu a Walkery rhe undersigned would respectfully inform the Citi Zens of Lebanon that Bebas commenced the bake ing business id All its varieties at his stand on Cumberland Street Lebanon nearly opposite the Buck hotel and will suppl customers with the Best bread cakes ac., a. Flour received from customers and returned to them in bread a Short notice. A confection Abies. Of 11 pc Tada. Fresh and of the by que duty constantly on hand and furnished at the lowest prices. To a Public is invited to give Mon trial. Leb non nov. 9,1s59. F. H. Ebur. A Jacob e i. Zimmerman a i must class hair Duessing and iia1r-Dye-�?T Iko Saloon Market Street near Cumberland and opposite the Engle Lite. Heine thankful for the Liberal patronage heretofore extended to him he would respectfully solicit a Continua no of the same. Levanoni july i2 18b2. Ujj Saloon will to closed a sunday. R in Jet amp a q Raeffa a �ooh2�?T # si/0� a Tore iras been removed to his View ro8idence, cum-,11 Herland Street Square West from his old stand and opposite the office of or. C. D. Gloninger be Bank a. I he Lias just opened a la re Stock of Well made boots and shoes. %d\e8�?Tkidfcgftitersat $1.25 a ladles lace bootees $l.&0 ii amp a 3iisses, i charge menus boots for $2.50 3iengaiters $2 for boys $1.75 to $2.50 for children m also a Large variety of overs Peb trunks True Hae bags a. Come see and judge for Lebanon May 13,�?T63. Daniel 5r�eff. Take we Tice. will do Well by casing of a it agent As he is prepared to do Al kinds of tin roofing spouting and Job work generally at the very lowest prices. He also has on hand a Large and Good assortment of All kind of tin Ware and Wjk All of the most improved Gas burning Cook Stowesand parlor stoves. Also All the diff rent amp and latest improved ranges and Heaters of All kinds. He also keeps can stantly on hand a Larga Stock of All kinds of roofing slate which Hewers at less Price than they can be bought of any other slate men in the county. To Ware rooms one door South of the a Buck hotel a Walnut Street Lebanon a. Lebanon december 25,1861. Induced by the extensive Sale and Universal popu Lauty of Iloo Flaudy a German bitters purely veg Tab in bowls quacks Aud unscrupulous adventurers have opened upon a suffering humanity the. Flood Gates of nostrums in the shape of poor a Fiskey Rilely compost need with injurious drugs and christened tonics. St Machies and bitters. A. I. Beware of the innumerable array of alcoholic preparations in Plethoria bottles and big bellied kegs under appellation of ritters which instead of curing Only aggravate disease and leave the disappointed suit re in dispair., to a Hoofland a German jitters i Are not a new and untried article but have stood the test of fifteen by the american Public and their reputation and Sale Are not rivalled by any . The proprietors have thousands of letters from the most eminent clergymen. Lawyers. A fi1ysi0ians,land citizens a testifying of their own Perschel knowledge to the effects and medical Virtues of these bitters. Do you want something to.9tr�ngthenyou? do you want a Good appetite ? do you want to build up your const Tullon do you want to feel Well ?. A do you want to get rid of nervousness do you want Energy do you want to sleep Well do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling Iff on do use Hoff land a germen bitters. From Rev. J. Newton editor of the end cyclopedia of a it Gigious knowledge. \ although not disposed to favor or recommend. Patent medicines in Genera through distrust of their and effects i yet know sufficient re a is Why a Man May not testify to the benefits he believes himself to have item tired from any simple a prep a a ration in the Hope that he May Thuc contribute to the Benefito others. A Ai do this the Moret readily in Tegard to Hoof Fandy Sigerman bitters prepared by or. C m. Jackson of this City because i was prejudiced against them for May Zygaj a under the impress in that they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture. I am5 indebted to my Friend Rob cart Shoemaker Esq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper tests and Fri. Encrum Gemont to try them when suffering from great and Long continued debit to. The use of three bottles of these bitters a at Tho. Be gunning of the present year was followed by evident Relief and restoration to a degree of bodily and mental vigor which i bad not Felt for six months before and had almost despaired of regaining. I therefore thank god and my Friend for directing me to the use of them. J Newton Brown. Philao�?Ta., Tott 23 1861. Particular notice. It there Are Many preparations sold under the name of bitters put Quot up in it bottle compounded of the a cheapest whisk of or common rum costing from 20 to 40 cents per gallon the taste disguised by Anise or coriander seed. A this class of bitters has caused and will continue to cause As Long us they can he sold hundreds to die the death of the drunkard. By their use the system is kept continually under the influence of alcoholic stimulant of the worst kind the desire for liquor is created and kept up and the result is ail the horrors attendant upon a drunkards life and those who desire and mfg Fiare a liquor bitters we publish the following receipt. Get one bottle Hoof Ian a Germa bitters and mix with three quarts of Good Brandy or whiskey and the result will be a preparation that will Excel in medicinal Virtues a id True excellence any of the numerous liquor Bitett Rodn tiie Market and will Cost a Iuchi a. You will have All the Virtues of Hong Ianda a bitters in connection with a Good article of liquor at. A much less Price than go Bese inferior preparations will Cost you. In Eulou John ii a and the friends of sold belts. We Call the attention of All having relation and friends in the army to the fact that a i Hoofland s German bitters Lihue tenths of the diseases indu coi by privations incident to comp life pin the lists. almost daily in the newspapers on the arrival of the \s5ck, it will be noticed Chat a very Large proportion Are suffering front Debili to every care of Taftt Kii id can be readily cured by Loo Fiandt a German bitters. Diseases resulting from disorders of the digestive organs Are speedily removed we have no hesitation in stating that if to bes bitters were freely used among our soldiers hundreds of lives might be saved that otherwise will be lost. Attention to the following re authenticated cure of one of the Kahy half. C vis a will be sold at Quot extra Melo Zoilo prices. Haber Ono of the firm of Raber a bros., has a taken the stoc of ready made clothing at the appraisement which Willona Bleim to Sel lower than anywhere else can be bought. Call and see for yourselves before Yon make your Purchase. 13l. Three doors a West from court House. Lebanon sept. 25,1861. Henry rarer. E. Or. Nee ifs liar or store Market Square opposite the Market a Muse Lebanon a. The undersigned respectfully informs to Public Liat he has received an extensive Stock a of the choicest a and purest liquors of All descriptions. These jts a amp i liquors he is invariably disposed to sell at in Low prices. Bqhm Farmers ii Otel keepers and oth Era will consult their own interests by buying of the undersigned. A a Deg Lebanon. Aprii15, 1863.�?� a a a merchant Tatish Al no i. So. Funckes building Corner of Cura a Street and Doe Alley Hab on band and for Sale either by the Yard or made to order a Large a a. the so 1 r Dass Imbres not. A a r. Tii i vesting i Well a a elected from of houses. Good Fite and sub Quot it Antral making guaranteed to All. Ibo handkerchiefs cravats gloves hosiery suspenders fancy and Plain Linen shirts under shirts and drawers. Lebanon april 1862. S. S. Ramsay. Siw Aab cheap store the unde reigned would respectfully inform the Cit in in of Lebanon and Vicinity the i a it go it Rcd a a a a Boot a a shoe business in Walnut sort Lucive doors South of the Buck hotel Lebanon la. W h e r e be be e p s on hand a Large and Well. Assorted Stock of All kinds of boots and. S ii0 e s. He will a amp be to order All kinds of boots and a a., shoes and at very Sciort notice. He Al-1 go keeps on hand a Large and Weil assorted Toek of , Euclid to shred and Oak , calf and Kip skins Moi Iocco and fancy leather kid a fils of Roans bind Ings Udall kind of Shoemakers tools and findings Suchias Boot try a a i As.t8 Boot cord8 and webb8� Al Blaies knives Bun ches.-, hammers a f . Rasps ticks a con lastly on band of aet Nga threads ghz a to milk beg Ibri a a Gand Stowe Peg bristles kit of every be script p r leg been engaged to the by so Ness More than Twenty years be feels Stufle let it test m it Aqa give Katish Jim to All who w 11 mayor him with a Call Supei makers from the country Willias ill v cd Long of Himi Benoie Pupiro having Elee ifisei.1�?� a Jurj a3i Hauck we Call Iii tic liar Marrable a dwell s heroes whose life to use his own language a has been saved by the bitters it. Y August 2sfd. 1862. Messes. Jones amp Evans pm we gentlemen your Hoof lands German bitters has saved my life. no mistake in this. It is vouched for by number ploy comrades some of whose Jiame Are appended and who were fully cognizant of All the circumstances of my Case 1 am and have for the lust four years a member of Sherman a celebrated Battery Aud under the immediate command of Captain r. B. A res a through the exposure attendant upon try arduous duties Lwade attacked in november last with inflammation of the Lunjas and Vas for in the Hospital. This was followed by , heightened by an attack of i was then removed from the White i1qus�, and sent to a jigs City on Board the Steamer a state of Maine from which i landed on the 28th of june. ,.since that time. I have been a Boutas Low a any be and still retain a spark . For a week or i pc i was scarcely Able to Swallow anything and if i did Force a morsel Down it was immediately thrown Quot up again. J. I could not even keep a Glass of wafer san in stomach. Life could not last under these circa to Tances and accordingly the physicians who had been work lug faithfully though unsuccessfully to Rescue me from the grasp of the dead Archer frankly told file Quot they could do to More for me and and via Eimo to see a Clergyman and to make such disposition of buy limited funds As Best suited me. An a equal tace Tho visited me at the Hospital. Or. Frederick Stein drop 2, sixth below Arch Street a dissed. As a forlorn a Lupe to try j our bitters Aud kindly procured p bottle. From the time i commenced Tak Jug Beju the gloom Shadow of death receded and i to a of. Thank go i for it getting better. Though x. By be hot taken two bottles i have gained ten pounds and i Foel sanguine of being pm fitted to rejoin my wife and daughter rpm whom i have Heui a nothing for a up months for gun Clemeti i am a Loyal virginian fro Mihe Vicinity of front Boval. To your invaluable bitters i owe1 the certainty of life which has taken the place fears7-to your bitters will i owe the glorious Privily let of again clasping to my bosom those who Are Dearest to Ife. Very truly yours Isaac Malone we filly Cecur in the truth of the above statement a7?e,had despaired of seeing our Comrade or. Malone yest red to health. A Ai. John Cuddleback 1st York Batter a George a Ackley co c filth Maine. Lewis Chevalier 92d new York. L is Spencer 1st Arici Jory a Battery f. J b Farewell co b 3d Vermont. Henry 13 Jerome a poli by a a a Henry t Macdonald co Guith Mathe. Jota k Ward. Co e 5th Heb my a Koch co h 72d new York. Nathaniel b Thomas up f-95th Penn. Andrew j Kimball co a 3d Vermont. John Jenkins co b la st Fenn. Beware of counterfeits / a see that the signature of a pc. J�cks0n,�?� is on the wrapper of eat h bottle. A Vimo Price per Boris be 75 cents or. Half. Buz. For �4 09. Should your nearest a irn Gist not have to e article do not be put by any of the intoxicating preparations that May be offered in its place but Send to us and we will Forward securely packed by principal office and manufactory no. 631 Asch st to iils so Uva is. Successor to a. Jackson a co proprietors. Is Fob Sale by a. Geo Ross opposite the court House Lebanon a and by druggists and dealers in Verv town in run he a. J. -1 l May 27, 186s.�?ly. Special Votice the proprietors of the a Girard House Philadelphia. Or pet fully Ball the attention of Busm Esb men and the travelling Community to the Elpenor aces mme Dation and Comfort offered m their establishment. Kanaga. Fowler amp co. A August 26 186j.-r-3iii a a. A to a l face Loiis of purchasing 1 lumber amp Coal to the Best advantage at the old established and a Awell known. Lumber Yard of a. A Reinoehl amp Meily at the Union canal on the East and West sides o Market Street North Lebanon Borough. Riih subscribers hike pleasure in informing the Citi exons of. Lebanon and surrounding counties that to still Ron Sinue the lumber and Coal Bush Ness. At their old and stand where Bev Are daily receiving additional supplies of the Best and Well seasoned lumber White and Yelius Pine boards. Plank Aud scantling. A a. A Hemlock boards Plank . Rails posts palings and Fenc no loan d3 Asu from 1 to 4 Inch Cherry from % to 3 Inch Poplar from 56 to 2 Inch. Poplar and liar Wood scantling. Safe and Maple boards and planks it Row Fig and plastering laths. So Jungles shingles 5uin is also Pine Aud elem local shingles. It i. Cali coat coat i Amarge Stock of the Best Quality of prove. B egg and Lime burners Coal and also the besi Ghe by Coal for blacksmiths. Jfe in thankful for the Liberal manner m which have heretofore been patronized they would sex to Wiital invitation tor Ofiu Vire As they a confident that Chev now Nave the la rant. Best and cheapest Stock of on Henna or the county which will be Soiu reason me per a Crane. A ��xx3f please can mud examine our brooch no Prce be fore Puri Iasi us Eide were. A. Reinoe mls amp Meily North Lebanon . I8by. A Wen lab. A new Cabinet Ware rooms and chair manufactory. Market st., 3d door Norm of. l. Volley Railroad largest manuf Story and Best assortment of furniture and. Chairs in the county. Wilile Public is respectfully request x de to Bear in mind that at the o Ware rooms will be found the heat assortment of fashionable and 7f and some furniture and chairs. Per sons m want of any kind would Best Cali and exam in his Stock before purchasing elsewhere. Which being ail of his own work he warrants to be better than any offered m this place. Prices win be lower than at any other a a ice either in the Borough or aunty of Lebanon. All orders promptly attended to. And speedily executed at the lowest prices r u. A persons purchasing furniture Hom him will he Accomma waited by having it delivered to them to any part Oft he county free of charge and without the least injury As he has procured one of the Best cushioned furniture Wagon amp i especially for that purpose. To a. Coffins made to order and funerals attended at the shortest notice. Lebanon Sej to. 13,1860 Huvry amp tie Hayr now opened tiie it Large and very handsome assortment chaises striped. Plaid and Plain Mazain piques Shepherd plaids Cabalu Delaine a foulard Poppins ac., amp a. Also a full of cd Eckof mourning ,Sitch of Tam marines barges Crape Moretz. Grenadine barges he Wool Delaine Challies ac., amp a which Are Worth looking after for they certainly area great bargain. Black and White Chene Poppins Black and Plain plaid p0pl�ns Lilac Rlue and Green ply ids Black and White Delaine Rich plaid Rich Chine Poppins Silver mixed Poppins very handsome at the Gelden sign of a Henky amp Stine. Corner of Cumberland and Market streets. Lebanon May l4.186z. A by goods it just received at the store of l. K. Laudermilch in Cumberland Street Lebanon a. Selling of hit an inducbmhn1i1y> Cash buy kits. Will save shh per cent. Ladies d1se8s c�ood8. and Coburg. Fat Nefcy and Pluck Silks from 50 cents to $1 5q. Detains from 10 to 20 cents. Lawns from 64 to 16 cents. Mol mfr Plain from 16 to 37j4 cents. A a valencias from 8 to 16 cents. A a menus and ii Oyt swear. Black cloth from $1 00. To $4 50. Fancy and Black Cassimeris from 50 to $1 50, ladies cloak cloth from $1 00 to $1 50. Cotto Nades from 19 to 20cents. Domestics. Muslin from 64 to 12j4 cents. Check from 10 to 12 cuts. Ticking from 10 to 16cents- Calico is from 6j4 to 1�?~2j4 cents. Gingham from 10 to 20 Neutis. She wig Spring shawls froze $1 >001o $4 00. Black Tibet shawls from $2 00 to $4 00. A notions notions. Parasols and umbrellas from 50 to $2 do. Stockings from iij4 to 75 cent. If Bop skirts to to 50. A . Irom to is cents. and paper collars. \ and assortment of a a a a Ladym Hyk cloth no Carje ill so t carpets cd Rockies and tube Lonisio i Silgaro cured Ham and Mackerel. Fruits f kurts a dried apples dried plums. A us i. A dried benches dried elderberries a Alisa la to suit the times by a go a a .l.tki. Lauder Milovi. N. kinds of country produce taken in Exchange for goods. A l. K. L. Lebanon april 23,1852. ,. _ a Lebanon Valley Institute at , a Eban a c0u.nty, a. W. J. B. Burnside 4-. M., principal. The ensuing session will commence on m0njpay, july 21st. Tur Sci ool los Hie Avau tags of a pleasant and Beautiful location spacious rooms a Fine Library and Cabinet. Tue course of study is hot fixed the studies of each Pupil being direct according to the time he can afford in school or to the profession he Deigna to pursue a v a the Normal department offers special advantages to. To Jose who propose to engage in in cubing us the course pursued conforms strictly to the requirements of the county superintendent and to the course of the state not mat school. Circulars and further information can be obtained by addressing the principal. J v w. J. Burnside june 25, 1862. Annville pm. Oul lot at private Sale will to sold at pro vate Salo. 8 acres of land situated in Long Lane near the Borough line in . It adjoins rhe land of widow Fulmer on the North we. Atkins and John Krause on the rust. There is a one Story log House weather boarded Eric Ted on the Laius a my a Good Well in the the ��njlba8 Linn atones for quarries. This tract will make a co Lime for a Small family. A Kluis Futie from g humid hint. Good title will be Given. A Adam Rit Tieh. N. Ibo tuis tract is n a a covered with line grass Hal of which will a Giyen to the lurch incr. Lebu Itou june 13, is i. A s t a v e i. S t o v a set nov Latum Gino it buy y or st before cold win tor a Here a my the la it and Olien Ryst Piare la it the. 7 Lebanon stove tin and Sheet Iron Man tory of James ,pm a two doors South from the re Jereca Ibe had the largest and Best Pak loit. Hall and cooking stoves Ever offered in Lebanon Gas burners for Parlours or bed Chambers of his own Makit. With a general assortment of parlor stoves and a Largo variety of the Best cooking stoves in the Borough which he warrants to bake or roast Wash boilers con tartly on hand of All size and the Best material s. Coal buckets the largest assortment the heaviest Iron and the by st made in Lebanon also a Large Stock of tin Ware made of the Best material and in a Workmanlike manner. As he is a practical Workman and Hafl had an experience of Twenty five years he feels confidant that he Cap give general satisfaction. A he takes this method of a turning his thanks a to his numerous customers for their Liberal support and he Hopes t by trietly Iri tending to his own business and letting other Peoples amp line to still receive a share of Puj Liq patronage. James n. Rogers. A amp a attention paid to a kinds of Job Dino 8�ir-h As roofing. Spouting. Ac., and All work warranted Blank recf1pi Fox collectors of state. County. An militia tas for gala of leap at to advertiser Oste. Also1 for1 collectors of school Tex. To the soldiers. The following Issa Complete answer to the charges of the hypocritical friends of the soldiers the abolitionists that judge Woodward disfranchised the soldiers. It will be seen in this history of the Case that the abolitionists were determined and persevering in their of tits to effect that object for the purpose of getting into office their Uhi Ladelphia. Friends and succed cd in the end. The Only ones profiting thereby being themselves the Pennsylvania Volunteer deprived of his vote by the abolitionists a the hypo win re Abri iwo to. Ai present Twne Are affect no great a sympathy w in tue soldiers who in a Der the Joni tuition of Penn Yiv e Are hot permitted to vote win la absent from their slate. I Hau in by a should attempt to impose upon the people with professions of for end h p tor the service of their Conn a try is utterly amazing when he i s Tofy of this important question is so , and is so entirely Adverse to their spurious claims to the title of the Quot soldiers friends. A a propose to refresh the memories of our oblivious Jacobin friends by faithfully recalling the past and plainly the persistent manner in which the abolitionists Laboured to deprive the soldiers of the exercise of the elective franchise. A in �861 when the return s of the elections held by the Pennsylvania Volin Peers were opened they were found to contain a forged return from a regiment alleged to be commanded by a certain Cliodel William Shimp Feller which gave the abolition candidates in this City a majority of Over eight Hundred votes. Phis return although a Pai Pahio forgery would with others eau Lay fraudulent have been certified to return judges a majority of whom were abolitionists and v Ould have been made by them the basis of a certificates in favor their candidate. Had not an injunction been of timed from the supreme coup therein session at Pittsburg. Poi Eddy attempt to Over Vetne the a Geru i a vote of the Volun pers the Abolin insists then resorted to another Achem equally base and fraudulent. Ibey ascertained that a Large number of the officers in command of companies which had voted had not receive a their paper commissions from governor Curtin and they endeavoured As a pretext for with held Fig Ine returns of these companies from the return judges a the result of which would have been that the democratic majority in the very few to Spanios in which commissions bad been sent to their officers would not have been sufficient to overcome the abolition army and Home prompt and fearless action of judge Ludlow then Howing a the court of common pleas prevented the execution of this nefarious project and the proft notary was Eom pulled to Lay before the return judges the whole Legal army vote As the Law plainly directed him to do. But the disgraceful efforts of the abolitionists a to have the soldiers vote rejected did not cease Here mid the majority of the Board of Ketz urn judges refused to count the Voes of the companies in which the officers bad not received their paper commissions. This re Tusa led to proceedings in the court of common pleas by which under a peremptory mandamus r the return judges were compelled to perform their duty and count All the in sue of this action of the court Aud in violation of the Plain letter of the statute the abolition majority of return judges alter uniting with the democratic minority in giving certificates of election based upon the whole Legah Ute cast met in. Secret session alter the adjournment of Tolje. Regular Board and made out i certify Cates in favor of the Defeated abolition candidates. These latter fraudulent certificates were of course rejected by the court but not without the presiding judge. Allison indulging in some complimentary remarks in Reler Euce to the parties to the Loui conspiracy. The failure of these criminal at ten a is to Slat Chi o the sold is Only redoubled the exertions of the Abii tier lists they immediately fued petitions contesting the election of the democratic candidates in which every alleged Mission of the most insignificant details conducting the elections m the various Camps was taken and every infamous charge which partisan malice could intent was made against the men for whom Thev now pretend so much concern and sympathy. But above ail they insisted that the statute con Ferong Tho elective franchise upon the soldiers was in direct violation of the Constitution of Pennsylvania whilst these petitions were pending. It was ascertained that a Case would come before Tiff supremo court from Luzerne county which involved the decision of the constitutional question raised and All further proceed Ings were suspended to. Await the action of the h it or court but to s afterwards discovered that the Luzerne Case involved a Point of jurisdiction. And that Posa Ibl it Tho to it. Might no a be compelled a to consider the constitutional question. This a new difficulty which required prompt attention from these Argus eyed patents the plan hit upon by Ami Heija was certainly novel if not Temous. It was alleged that a sol Dierx amed Kuna Man who had re i Tui a to the City from the army of the Quot Potomac had voted at the dec Quot Tion held by the Pennsylvania regiments he being at the Jim an unnatural Zed foreigner. An indictment was framed against him in the Quarter sessions and he was immediately arraigned. Unlike defendants Gener ally who perversely insist upon giving the Commonwealth the trouble of proving the charge against them and after Tho facts in Tho Case have been proved still Avail themselves of every imperfection of the Law under which they Are arraigned the a com Moratin Kunzman admitted the facts alleged in the indictment and b t a demurrer based his defence solely upon the unconstitutionally of the Law under which the election was Here then was the Opportunity of making the supreme com t face the music the liberality of up roman had relieved the District attorney of the. Difficult task of proving that he was born in a foreign country had Ever been naturalized in any of the states and bad voted at an election old hundreds of Miles away and the Only i vestion presented for argument w s the very one desired to be brought before the supremo court shaped in such Way that it could Apt be evaded. Accordingly of the same Day on which Kalman was arraigned and demurred to the indictment the constitutionality of the Law authorizing the soldiers vote was argued before judge Allison in the Quarter sessions by counsel All. Of Wiliom including the. District attorney and counsel for the defendant were engaged As counsel for the parties who inthe election cases were endeavouring to have to election Law pronounced unconstitutional. The decision was a summary one. Ryphe Learned abolition judge did not the attention of Hie associates to a question of such grave imports that declaring void a solemn of t1 e legislature nor did he require Lime for deliberations a but when the argument was conclude or promptly pronounced the Law unconstitutional and gave judgment for the defendant the common wealth appealed to the supreme court. T be record was Hast by made up and the District attorney not waiting for the next session Lor pm Ladelphia eases submitted the mat ter at once to the court then engaged in hearing country cases. As no Oral argument was desired the court acceded to Bis request and took the ease into consideration. At the ensuing term judge Woodwa i delivered tie opinion of Tho court holding that one who was Nota citizen of Pennsylvania could not be indicted Traban offence Yimm Etc a in spa stat of Virginia and that the constitutionality of the Law allowing soldiers to vote was not necessarily involved in to e Case it was in Nee any i it express opium too upon that Point. The Luzerne Case had in the meantime been argued and As the constitutional question was fairly presented it was squarely met and decided by the court. The decision made was received with intense Delight by the abolition party in this City and the benefits resulting from that decision ousting As it did a Are now i Joyed by the abolitionists including Mcmichael and of the j Udics who heard the a argument and took part in the decision chief Justice Lowrie being absent none was the outset More emphatic in expressing his opinion , Constitution Slit of the soldiers vote than the abolition member of top court or. Justice Beed. We have Endea pred to a resp t a Plain of Tjie Case and to ask the honest judgment of the men of All parties upon the shallow and miserable hypocrisy., of the abolition leaders now claiming to to the exclusive friends of of our Gallant the age. Outrages of Missouri guerrillas we publish below a letter from Wayne county. Iowa written by one of the Best cite pcs of that county Xin rating the Ponti Culuris of an outrage which took place at Corydon. 111 to at st a a few weeks ago the parties implicated Are the worst class of Despui does and Jay hawkers of the Missouri Border whose sole occupation is horse a Etc Ling and committing most despicable onto Ges upon quiet info Fen ivc citizens if Jowa h d a Man for governor or even a moderately enterprising old Wop Iau these ruffians we old be taught a lesson in this matter a would remember for one while but Kirkwood s ambition on y rises to making stump speeches abusing demo to. And when his term of office expires he will sneak of to Denmark to escape the penalties of the Law dereliction. The citizens of Wayme county must Bear a Little longer with the a ule of these la cals the Tirpe May come when mob Law wifi not by As popular with the abolitionists As it is at present. I Morret spoken of m the article is a son of Samuel Morret. Esq of Myerstown in this county outrages Oil citizens of Iowa Corydon. Wayne co. Iowa h july 16th. 1863. A lid toe attn so gentlemen purpose giving you a. Plain unvarnished statement of a series of the most outrageous and cowardly actions Ever perpetrated on american e. F. Esteb i a renegade Democrat a be Captain of go a Borde cavalry ,.a paty of hip. Men headed bar Lieut Corbit and the Prev. A. ,4. Power a it of the m. A Church. Corydon Tov Kidnap or. H. Bow map a and respected citizen of ,yne.-, the principal charge against him is that he is a Active fearless Democrat. The party Kidnap red him at night at the bedside wife fian be Rusly ill and without permitting him to Exchange words with her or leave directions for. Her treatment forced a it a ,.to leave lib me. This White a ravaged Villa n Powe informed would plane him in the bands of the Civila Thonues at Corydon. But instead of taking him to Corydon. They took him into tuo state of Missouri and placed him in the hands of the state militia. The whereabouts of Bowman is unknown to his friends Many of whom Are of the opinion that he has either been killed or placed beyond their reach. ins neighbors being deter mined to test the legality of this came to Corydon on monday morning for the purpose of. Procuring a writ for the arrest of Esteb. For kidnapping.-. They were however persuaded to abandon their object and await the next term of court. This action of the part of the people alarmed the cowardly Misc Paiit Esteb. And knowing himself to be guilty of. Manifest violations of Law Noji to be brought to trial j so Fie sent out his runners and by 8 .0 clock p. Not had his company nil armed arid equipped in town. He also on monday morning sent a run ner to the Leader of the Mercer militia calling on him for help the result was. That on tuesday morning our town was. Invaded by a band of beings from Quot Missouri brought Here by the false and malicious representation i capt Esteb it appears that he sept a not saying danger of being mobbed by five a undid copperheads. The consequence was that came to corp Dan with their worst passions inflamed and Bent on a i will now give you a truthful account of their proceedings. 1 will relate in detail the experience of. The persons mobbed As told , and others having knowledge of the fact. A. When triese for fun invaders arrived to. to the Law and order part ion of the citizens a few of the citizens went to Tepost office Corner. A where they were hatted m line to see what a up. Among others so present was we. P. Morycz the editor of the South tier Democrat. Immediately after the halt the mis Spurr Leader called for a a three cheers for the in which Alf or. Morret swung his hat and joined in heartily then three Beers for a Lincoln and his proclamation a a a three groans for the copperheads a and a three cheers for tie Missouri Stafe in which Calls mr.,Morret and the few. Democrats Pic Esmont. Could not, the Leader observing that or. Did not join in with them called out by in 1 Elt Don t that Man 1 Oiler ? or. Then quietly left and went to Bis office in the meantime the democrats of the town were spotted and pointed out by Esteb and a certain member of his band. A Aat about ,11 o clock. Or. Morret having business at the Post office went there. He was watched by the missourians and on coming out of the Post office he found his egress disputed by the Leader of the band., who stood in it c door hacked by eight or nine of his party or. M., tried to pass out. When the Leader caught Bun. By the shoulder and tried . But he pushed past him. And As he got outside to received a heavy blow on the. Ear. Cutting it severely and covering Hup with blood. The. Olow staggered him. And before he could recover he received four of five blows on to Back of instead and on the body. The Leader still Havig , him. Pulled him Down and they Eon tinted to strike and kick Jim until to save his life he was compelled to Hurrah for Lincoln. When be got to his feet one of them attempted to draw a re Volver. Saying Quot dam him. Til Settle him Quot but did not shoot. A a who next persons who received the attentions of the mob were b. H. Kelley. An old and respectable Ress dept and we. Lyon. The landlord Kentucky house�?�.,a party of ten or twelve went to or. Kelly s House and demanded dinner As . K. Is in bad health they could not accommodated. After abusing her they Iclet cursing and swearing that the and k it or k and hang him on one of his-.,tyees.�?o�? so after Laju ing fresh Supply of who key they Fetij Ned and found or. K. On Bis porch when one of them called on him to come into the Street to them. Or. K. Told them that he would not . Neither should they come in and As one of opened the Gate he presented and stopped him they cocked their guns and levelled them Al him swearing they would shoot him if bed d not Hurrah Foi l Colp and Hig i , at this print or. Lyon interfered and a immediately found their guns and revolvers turned on him and his life it to Hrey ten eds by tins of humanity. A or. W. D. Hilt n one of to few republicans who disapproved or 1 Here interfered. And at the risk of it being shot took a bold and Noble stance Between or Kelior and the mob i would Here Tato that with Libe exceptions of w w Thomas Brot Tref it i Law to or Kelley the orderly Suo. B. And the Hilton. Were the Wiy Republican who by word or deed attempted to djs Pue a stay1 the mob in the of Jianott Josf theft. Family paper for town am country is printed and pub Ilse blk we balt by wat. Breslyn. I it 2d Story of Funck a a new Geml Wrlak to at one Dollar and fifty Gunta a year / 4qf inserted at lid usual rates. 5fal. The Nenda of. Tho Aad the Public Gem ally Are respect Nily solicited to Send in their orders As handbills printed at an Horm a Totive. A rates of postage. In Lebanon county posted free in Penns Yir Toia out of Lebanon county cents pc Quarter or 13 cafe a year. Oat of thib state 6% Eta. Per Quarter or 26 it. A Jeff f thep6atage if riot paid in Advance Date amp axe Dott Btu desist stating that he was the orderly of co. A when he was met by the significant Quot question from one of the mobiles a have you store authority than thus placing it beyond a doubt existed that the mob was encouraged by Esteb they would not a be satisfied but threatened instant a death to and by Otic a unless they would Hurrah for a i Iii. Coin and the proc Lama ion which they did then wifi curses and Thropa a of future violence they withdrew,.to renew their barbarities others who had been pointed out to them of the Wexy victims who sheriff of this c unto some of the abolitionists Here Bear him great ill will for arresting a band of negro Borse thieves and Esteb Hacha particular ma4ipidli8 feeling Ltd cause Carter a Short time ago Rem Sod to shake bands Jtb him / this was their Opportunity he was surrounded. Beaten and kicked in the face wild breast m the most brutal manner and to avoid being murdered a compelled to Hurrah for Lincoln a it Hoir nose boing broken his face being a mutilated and Bis in ter n aim or i is Are of a sen Ous nature. Another cause for Esteb s a Alyce is that Carters had expressed a determination to serve a writ on him if legally a sued i Aik informed hat Este i. Was present when Carter , i v ? this is As Correct an account As i could get from the the Vij Etimos and others Many others were threatened and among the. Threats is one that i the editor of the Democrat a resin Ublish an account of this outrage they will kill him and destroy the Presa i Wev Jot comment on. This the facts Are enough. 1,4 yours respectfully Wayne. B Rialto in jobs the Strong Man ,. The Moat extraordinary instance of human strength recorded in modern times is that of Thomas Topham a Man who kept a Public House at is Hington. Now a part of London or. Hutton in his history of Lerby gives this account of him me performed surprising feats of strength As breaking a Broom of the first magnitude by a striking it against his Bare Arm j of for my two Hogsheads of water j heaving his horse Over the Turnpike Gate j car Ramg the beam of a House Tho Samo As a Soldier carries his Forelock. When this second Samson appeared at Der. By As a performer in Public it a Shi Limp admission upon application fio Alderman Cooper for leave . The magistrate was Traat least Fie prop Ospa Ana As uis appear Ance was like that of other men a requested him that be might a examine whether he was made like them a but be was found entirely muss Cupar a what were hollows under the a arms and hams of others were filled up with ligament tax to him he apr spared to be nearly five feet ten turned thirty Well made but nothing singular a he walked with a blight hip he bad formerly Laid a Wager a a the usual decider of imputes a that three horses would not draw him a a Way from a Post which he should cla p with Bis feet but the Driver giving them a sudden lash turned him aside an it i the unexpected Jerk had broken his thigh a r to performances of this wonderful Man in whom were United Tom strength of twelve were role no up a Pewter dish of seven pounds As a mad oils up a Sheet of paper Boli Fig a Pewter disc at. A. Arija s length and squeeze my the sides together like an egg Shell lift no a two Hundred weight with his Little Finger and moving it gently Over his Bead. bodies he touched seemed to have lost their Powers of gravitation. He also broke a rope fastened to the floor Bat. Would sustain Twenty Hundred weight lifted an Oak Rafelo 6 feet Long with his Teeth though Bat a hundredweight were Aung to it a piece of leather was fixed toi on b11 for his Teeth to hold two of the feet stood upon jus Knees and to raised the end with his mouth.,�?T-�?T�?T he took or. Chambers Quot vicar of a saints who weigh cd Twenty seven 3?8 lbs. And raised him with one hand. His head be re a d on on chair and his feet on another. 4 people. Weigang 14 Stone each sat upon his body., pleasure. Re struck a round bar of Iron one Inch in diameter against Bis naked Arm and in one stroke Bent Itri Ike a Bow weakness acid feeling Jse Mcd to have fled together being a Mastor of music to. Entertained the company with mad in it a i heard him sing a Solo in st wer Burgh s Church then the Only Odo i Derby but tuo Nghi he might per form wit i judgment Yot the voice More a terrible than Weet seemed -Scarce.Y/Juman,. Though of a Pacific temper and with the appearance of a gentleman yet Hawas liable to the insults Rotthe rude a the Ostler at the or gun 8 inn were he resided having Given hint took one of. Ibe Kitchen spite from , and Bent it around i Neek Jiko a banker chief but As be did not chose to. Tuck ends in the Osier s boso ipi the. Cum Brous ornament excited the laugh of the company till he condescended to to untie his Iron Cravat. Had he not abounded in Good nature. The n9.cn.-might have Boen ii fear for a the Safe a of it their persons it and. The women a for that of their . Asho Comdr instantly Roll up both. Ono. Blow from his fist wout a have Ajeno a i d those Fly roes of the. Bear Garden Johnson and Mendoza at Bis death loth of August xs49, toc House Oglane Shofnis
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