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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 23, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaFiliation f marxist. Wasif democratic principles cease to la a to Joeabb to we. H. Breslin editor and proprietor. Lebanon = wednesday september 23, 18637 the preservation Constitution. Ike restoration Union. And the supremacy Laws. Democratic state ticket. Tor novel Scior Geo. W. Woodward of Luzerne. Por judge supreme court Walter h. Lowrie of Allegheny. Assembly. Henry Heilman jr., n. Lebanon township. In recorder and clerk Quarter sessions. William b. Kreider. Cornwall. Register. John p. Umberger Lebanon. Clerk orphans court Hiram p. Seibert Jackson. Treasurer William shirk Lebanon. Commissioner Jacob Albert Bethel. Directors poor Joseph Snavely 3 yrs n. Lebanon township. Isaac Strupp Echaur 2 yrs North Annville. Auditor a Christian , Londonderry. Election on tuesday october 13tb, 186s judge Pearson a charge. A do not misunderstand me on this sub go hip Jet. Men have the most unlimited right to condemn and if you please rail at the National administration and object to the manner in which it conducts Public affairs but not to decry the government under which we live or express Hopes or wishes for a dissolution Union the destruction or a defeat of our armies the Success rebels or rebellion. The administration a he May entirely condemn the government lie is bound to support parties will always exist in every Freo co omitry and whether men will sustain or oppose a particular administration is one in which there should Ever be the most perfect Freedom of opinion but no Man or set of men has any right natural or political to overturn the government itself. He is bound to support and sustain it. Let who will administer its a affairs until the ruler can be changed under the pro visions Constitution. There certainly can be no a difficulty with persons of Ordinary intelligence drawing the distinction Between sustaining the government itself and sustaining or opposing those who temporarily administer its affairs. The Quot latter is a question of parly the form a Rof a the a intelligence and loyalty of Lebanon county have put Forth Charley Moyer As a vindicator. He publishes a notice in the courier the Organ of great men that be will engage in Public discussion on the court House Steps the squatting ground a intelligence and loyalty a next saturday at 1 of clock. We suppose they intend to keep these saturday meetings at the court Hoube up until the election. Or. Killinger made a speech there last saturday. Next saturday or. Moyer is on the programme. Major general Benjamin e. Butler Picayune Butl it r that great traitor to party and principle and w to desires that when our institutions Are re Modded it should be with ail the modern european Mon amp Robial improvements slipped into Lebanon on Mon Day morning just about the time his Massachusetts friends supposed him to be fighting the rebels and made a partisan speech at the depot to admiring abolitionists. Ben. Butler has made a considerable figure in this War. He was a Democrat Quot until to found that he could make a million a of dollars by the War when he changed commenced abusing women and children and disgracing the american name before the civilized world. We do riot think that to was sent for to come Here. We have no doubt that the abolitionists Felt a a cheap at the part they had to play and did not ask him to come Back when he left. He gets $6000 a year from old Abo to travel the state for the abolitionists. Farmers mechanics and Labouring men should make a note of this because it just shows them where their Money goes to. 620 a Day and his expenses paid for making political speeches its better than 62 a Day and roast beef a we undertake to say that there is not a a a Copperhead Democrat in Lebanon county who would Rob our already overburdened country out of 66000 a year for making such speeches As Ben Butler makes. If they Are a traitors they love our Flag our country and our institutions too Well to Rob and disgrace them As these 1 life Long War democrats a Butler strip do. _ oct there Are so Many screws Loose in the opposition ranks in regard to their county ticket that it has been found necessary to attempt to fastening of some of them by cards a to the we recommend that every abolition voter be compelled to make an affidavit that he will vote their ticket. The abolitionists attempted to get up a meeting at Christiana Lancaster count a last thursday As an offset against the grand mass meeting democrats in Lancaster on the Sarag Day. Governor Curtin made a speech to the crowd which consisted of about 300 men and boys 140 of whom by actual count were from Lancaster. The Lancaster delegation were so ashamed of themselves on account failure meeting that they left the cars upon their return before the train i a acted the City and dodged to their Homes through the alleys. Christjana is a fitting Placo for the abolitionists to hold meetings. It was there that Gorsuch was murdered some years ago the first fruit of abolitionism in its infancy. It is said that great frauds have been committed in the enrolment in Schuylkill county hence they is a movement on foot to bring the matter to the attention of judge Cadwallader and it will be pushed to j the fullest extent Law. Let us Serif Thorois any Justice left in our courts. To a some abolition papers Laud the recent of tyranny and usurpation by the president in sus pen incl pc writ of Hareas they lick the band that is striving to make slaves of them. The ancestors of some of these men Crim soned the snows of Valley forge with blood in their efforts for Liberty while their unworthy and degenerate descendants sacrifice without an Effort All that was bequeathed to them by Brave and patriotic men. The editor courier is a Good Deal a put out because judge Woodward did not Call round to see him when in Lebanon last week. We beg to apologise. The judge arrived late in the afternoon and was so overrun with visitors that it was impossible for him to Call. However the judge will be Happy to meet said editor on the Steps Capitol at Harrisburg next Januar a. A a me 9 a in prominent Republican of this place recently said that the War was owing to the fact that the poor Man had a right to vote that he ought to be deprived of his vote. The poor Many a vote has always been a Thorn in the eyes leaders opposition to the democratic party and if they can deprive him of it they will do it. Of mayor Sanderson. A Large number Sterling democracy of Lebanon county were in attendance. The Perse Vera Nee band was also there in the employ Harrisburg delegation and took the rag off the Bush As it always does being the admired fall admirers for their incomparable music. Hon. John w. Killinger made a speech on saturday evening in which he endeavoured to make it appear that the democrats Are Neon Distant and not As Earnest in shouting for the War As they were two and a half years ago. He May be Correct but he should remember that the War was then professedly for the preservation Union and the Constitution and the enforcement Laws and that it Bas now dwindled Down to nothing More than a Nigger War As is confessed from old Abe Down to some candidates on their county ticket. Next week we shall take occasion to ventilate or Killinger Scon sistan cd. There Are some of his Compromise speeches still extant. It will be pleasant to look upon the picture then but to look upon it now Faugh he has also at limes expressed a rather uncomplimentary opinion of Andy Curtin Andl now will probably support him. Why is this there Are More things in heaven and Earth than Are dreamt of in our philosophy and or. I i fingers sudden change is one of them. 03r Ben. Butler gets 620 for making a speech at the depot on monday and expenses paid or 66000 a year. Who will deny that there is some virtue if it is mean in being a a War Democrat a Hon. George w. Woodward our popular candidate for governor visited Lebanon of tuesday evening last on his Way to Lancaster. He was accompanied by Hon. J. Glancy Jones late minister to Austria and Charles Kessler Esq Reading Adler. He was the guest of or. John w. Gloninger and during the evening paid a visit to the democratic club room where he was met by hundreds of our citizens of both parties who were anxious to see and take. Him by the Laud. Great numbers also called to see him at the Eagle hotel and at or. Gion Kigerl a. The perseverance band also gave him a serenade during the evening and exchanged civilities with him. In the morning he visited Cornwall accompanied by a number of friends where the Hospital ties of r. W. Coleman esq., were extended to him through the hands of or. Wilhelm. Al orig the whole route from read ing to Lancaster Large numbers of people turned out to hid him Welcome Aud express their Devo Tion to the cause he a we expect next week to Lay a full account trip before our readers. It is reported that one orators at the abolition meeting in Union township on saturday evening last was initiated into the knights Golden Circle. Wie gets Bruder How did you like i iding the Gas Bock 1jos. F. Light a a declares that he and or. Garman a differed slightly a in a conversation eighteen months ago. That May have been like the a slight discussion two sons of Erin. They had Only broken each others beads with shilla Lehs. I psf Quot a most admirable address was delivered to an immense crowd in the i democratic club room on tuesday eve a Ning last by Hon. J. Glancy Jones., or. Jones is doing powerful service in the Good cause. Among the vice presidents Lancaster mass meeting on thursday last we notice the names of Jacob Wei Del and a. Wilhelm a sirs of Lebanon county. 00 our friends had a splendid meeting at it. Zion on saturday evening. Able addresses were delivered by win. M. Derr esq., and capt. Sam. Harbeson it is said that neither Cameron or Butler once mentioned the. Name of gov. Curtin on monday until specially requested to do so. We know there is no love Between the parties and that nothing keeps them together but the cohesive Power of Public plunder. A a a it a in a i i 1 Are you assessed every Democrat in this county who is not assessed should see to it at once. The election Day is fast approaching and the Law requires you to be assessed ten Days before the election. See to it that you Are assessed at once. One vote elected Macus Morton governor of Massachusetts. One vote has o Lien decided the Fate of contending parties and the successor defeat of political measures then get assessed immediately. Don t delay it any longer. A. M i my the texan expedition has met with a reverse and been obliged to return. Major general Franklin with 25 000 troops sought to land at Sabine pass. They were opposed by Magruder and Lour transports sunk. Since then the whole expedition has been recalled. A desperate Battle took place on the 19th inst Between our forces under gen. Rosecrans and the rebels under Bragg at Chica Monga Creek Georgia. Rosecrans was badly beaten and obliged to Retreat to Chattanooga. Our loss is said to be very heavy in wounded. The reports Are As yet so conflicting and indefinite that no Reliance can be placed on them. Tub mass meeting at the great democratic state mass meeting at Lancaster on thursday was a monster gathering of freemen. From fifteen to Twenty thousand persons were present. Sex governor David r. Porter was president meeting and eloquent addresses were delivered by the Hon. J. Glancy Jones Hon. Jeremiah s. Black Hon. We. A. Portel Hon. Henry Clay Dean and others. Judge Woodward our candidate for governor was in Lancaster the some Day As the guest the executive committee j democratic Central club will have a meeting in the club room this tuesday evening at 8 o clock. The members committee and the officers club Are requested to attend. Tar the advertiser. A North Lebanon sept. 21, or. Bresgun to show you How the cause of Curtin is progressing in this township i will state that Many m in who formerly voted with the opposition Are arraying themselves. Against the abolitionists Aud shoddy contractors and a fiend to vote the whole others have resolved not to vote at All. They say they were promised a Good times if they voted Lor Curtin and Lincoln but instead of having plenty they Are now com Pellet to la Bor at nearly the Samo ratio is Tyley did before the Success opposition and that articles of Domestic use have risen extraordinarily gov Curtin a record in Mvivor of Iron Mas ters Coal operators &e., and against the poor Labouring Man Are regarded wit ii contempt and they think to do serves nothing More than defeat for vetoing a Bill which would have abolished a Storo orders &e., Aud substituted a Cash system. Labouring Man. A burdened by such Aman As editor advertiser a the abolitionists have doubtless found out Ere this that the i Bove quotation from one of their papers at Pittsburg was no Vair assertion. The evidences unpopularity of Curtin Are everywhere demonstrated from the fact that thousands More conserva Tive republicans Are withdrawing from him their support and rallying to the Standard of Woodward and to democracy upon whose Success depends the salvation country from the heresies abolitionists and secessionists. It is not Stonish ing that men should turn with disgust from a Man like Curtin whose complicity in the frauds practice upon Tho soldiers is alleged by papers that Are unconditional supporters Lincoln administrate i and therefore it cannot to said that it is a Loco Foco lie. If Curtin is note Esposi ble for the shoddy clothing furnished the soldiers Why does he not bring to consign punishment those men who Are guilty of such an outrage a there is something a Rotten in gov. Curtin is not Only implicated in the frauds upon Tho soldiers but the fact of his approving Bills by which the state was robbed of millions of dollars is known to every intelligent Reader in this his approval repeal tonnage tax Pennsylvania Railroad company is enough to stamp his name with eternal infamy. He acknowledged this Bill to be atrociously wrong and was fully aware that its passage was procured by corrupt Means but notwithstanding All these facts he had the Hardihood to deliberately attach is signature to this outrage upon the state. This transaction with Many others induced Hon. S. A. Purviance out of a self respect a to resign Bis position As attorney general state considering it a disgrace to reconnected in any Way with such a corrupt administration. Next in order is his approval Sunbury and Erie swindle whereby the a state was robbed of seven millions of dollars. In View of these facts is it a wonder that cur tin is a a a Burden even to the abolition party. A Man occupying the position of governor of a state who so far forgets its interests As to be controlled by political demagogues is certainly unfit to be entrusted again with such an important office. Trusting to the honest testers of this slate we leave the decision to Thein. A 11. S. More proclamation made Law another blow has been struck at the safeguard of personal Liberty of which even the British subject cannot be deprived by any Power under the Crown but which it seems May. Be taken from the american Freeman upon the flimsiest pretence of a a tubes Ata time when there is not the Shadow of resistance to the Federal authority in any states not in actual rebellion when Tho conscription is being enforced quietly and peaceably when the people Are submitting in patience and for be Ranee to the Rule of those who have transcended their lawful Powers almost daily thus proving that they would rather suffer a thousand wrongs Han resort to any but lawful Means to right them when in Short no circumstance affecting a the Public safety in any states that and Here to the Union seems to require such an arbitrary stretch of authority 1�?a proclamation is issued suspending the privilege writ of Hareas Corpus and raising the military Power to superiority Over Tho civil Laws everywhere throughout the United states. This effect edict for although it pretends to limit its operation to certain specific cases they Are enumerated in such general and indefinite terms that they May be considered As including All in which the privilege suspended a writ of rights is Likely to have been sought. What object is to be accomplished by this step at Tho present time we Are As yet not Able to divine. It Lias doubtless been taken for a purpose and that purpose will we May suppose Boari be made apparent in some new Outt ago upon the constitutional rights people. Meanwhile let them read the proclamation and calculate for themselves How much of personal Liberty will be lift to them a year hence if the despotic plea of a military necessity continues to afford the present administration a justification for this and similar acts of usurpation. By the president off a United states. A proclamation. Whereas the Constitution United states of America has ordained that the. Privilege Lof the writ of Hareas Corpus shall not be suspended when in cases of. Rebellion or invasion the Public safely May require it and whereas a rebellion wis existing on the third Day of March 1861, which rebellion is still existing and. , by a statute which was approved on that Day it was enacted by the Senate and House of representatives in Congress assembled that tiling the present insurrection the president United states whenever in his judgment the Public safety May re quire is authorized to suspend the Privily. Ege writ of Hab eap Corpus in Annease throughout the United states or any part thereof am whereas in the judgment president United states the Public safety does require that the privilege said writ shall now be suspended throughout the United states in the cases where by the Uthon to oath president United states the military naval and civil officers United states or any of them hold persons under their command or in their custody either As prisoners of War shies aiders or bettors enav or officers soldiers or seamen enrolled drafted or mustered or enlisted in belonging to the land or Nav Forres United states or As deserters therefrom or otherwise amenable to military Law or the rules and articles of War or the rules or regulations prescribed for the military or naval service by authority president United states or for resisting a draft or for any other offence against the military or naval service now therefore l Abraham Lincoln president United states a do hereby proclaim or make known to All whom it May concern that the privilege writ of Hareas Corpus is suspended throughout the United states in the several cases before mentioned and that this suspension will continue throughout the duration said rebellion or until this proclamation shall by a subsequent one to be issued by the president United states be modified or re. Voted. And i do hereby require All mag. Is rates attorneys and other civil officers within the United states and All officers and others in the military and naval service United states to take distinct notice of this suspension and to give it full effect and All citizens United states to conduct and govern themselves accordingly and in conformity with the Constitution United states and the Laws of Congress in such cases made and provided. In testimony whereof i Hereunto set my hand and cause the Seal United states to be affixed this fifteenth Day of september in the year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and sixty three 1863 and Independence United states of Ameriee the eighty eighth. A Abraham Lincoln. By the president William h. Seward Secretary of state. 5��not a single Black Republican drafted in Leigh county has gone to the War. They Are All either exempt or the $300.�? these Are the Fellows who Are continually calling a for the last Man a the abolition administration at Washington is spending nearly two millions of dollars a Day. The people must for this extravagant by submitting to the most Burthen some taxation. Hundreds of thousands of dollars of this daily expenditure Are paid into the pockets of shoddy contractors and administration favourites. The masses who desire retrenchment and Reform must vote the democratic ticket on the second tuesday of next october. 0�t among the Many blessings a the Peop e owe the abolition parly Are civil War conscription and taxation. The freemen North could suffer in patience All the evils brought upon them by the wicked men in Power if the latter were Labouring for a reconstruction of Tho Union and the restoration Constitution. But the bold avowal that the War is or negro Equality and emancipation has roused the masses to a proper sense danger that surrounds them to smite these a architects of ruins at the ballot Box and overwhelm them with destruction. Do you prefer to be ruled without Law by the Mere whim to a Buffoon then vote for Curtin who without Law and against Law will submit to whatever Lincoln May demand four state of her citizens. Do you want a governor in Pennsylvania who will hold his own rights or permit the people state to hold theirs at the Mere will National administration ? if you do Andrew g Curtin will just suit you. Al ova to 11 Fri latest news cheapest and Best goods Ever sold in Lebanon Boot shoes hat Cape a or uie undersigned has opened one Best As 1 s01\7ts,c7 p7 boots. Shoes. Trunks pm tra Elihu Baos ac., of nil kinds. And Best materials which he will a sell at prices to recommend them to Purina mra ii ats lie hits quite a variety of new stolen embracing tie Washington Stanton Buni sule Dupont Mcclellan Strin Gimm and Monitor hat. Very i with Iliili and very Ehens. Of Caps he has a a Splete Al portent of All the new styles got no in so up go a manner with Fine finish women a misses and children s Balmoral. Gaiters Congress boots Shopera. And All other kinds menus and boys Balmoral. Oxford ties Washington ties. Cong Reaa a other kinds worn by them including a ooh a and shoes of Tho different varieties at by cheap store u Walnut st., next to the county prison. 4��?o than life Abr the Liberal encouragement Public heretofore i would invite All wishing anything in my line to Call and examine my Stock before making their purchases. Jos. Bowman. Lebanon april 28,1862.p. S. Measures taken and work made at Short notice. Mayors great cities. We the undersigned. _ tiny that the druggist apothecaries end physicians of our several cities have signed a document of Assurance to us a hat Ayeb a Sarsaparilla has been found to be a remedy of great excellence Ana worthy the Confidence Community. Hon. Jambs Cook mayor of Lowell mass. Hon. Albin a baby. Hifa Yop of ka8hita� just. Al adniiiii1ratnr s notice. Notice is hereby that letters of Adra Leistta Tion estate of Grok go Gilbert late of Leba Oao Borough a Banoo Couo to. Pa., been granted to the undersigned same All persons therefore having Date against said estate Are requested to present them and those indebted to make payment at an Early Date Michael la us kit administrator. Lebanon Borough september 9,1863-8u_ great excitement at the new York cheap Cash store of Goodyear amp Diffenbaugh Cumberland Street Baber s a lock Lebanon. J Ottati Ngheth at new York nil Philadelphia tor xxx fume tim site dims Trio auctions Aud having a now returned or Ith a very Large Stock of dry goods. Groceries Queens Are amp a. Notwithstanding the great Advance in goods by careful attendance upon the auctions and buying largely. Are now prepared to sell goods at new York and Philadelphia wholesale prices they invite the attention of their customers and All close buyers to the following Loo pieces bleach Ruslin from 12 to 31. 100 100 300 50 50 50 50 to 10 20 notice. Flits is to notify All Carp enters and Cabinet makers x that no Bill tor coffin will be paid by tie directors of Tho poor for poor persons dying within a Circle of five Miles poor House As All such Persone will be furnished with coffins free of expense of application to the Steward at the la Oor Home. John e. Bozaian Elias Walbrun a direct .5 poor. I go. Zimmerman j a 1 May 27, 1sc3. A National hotel t late White Swan. I race. Stred above third Phila. I Finis establishment offers great inducements not on. J x on account of reduced rates of boarding but j rom its a Cutbill location to the avenues of Trade a Ewell i is the conveniences of voided by the several passenger a Raih Vays running past and contiguous to it by which \ guests Cun puss to and from he hotel to the different a Uail Vond depots should they be preferred to the Regn a Law omnibus belonging to the House. A a i determined to devote my whole attention to the Comfort and convenience of my Gynesta. Liluis $1 25 per Day. D. C. Sing bist proprietor. Formerly Frota Eagle hotel. Lebanon. A t. V. Mtg ads clerk. Phila., Murch 12, Boj. Hardware at Cost. J unbleached a 16 i4 35. Calico 15. Calico a a 18beat8 22. Tan her cloth 12 to 31. A a Best Fly Les american detains. All prices. U Gingham from 18% to 25. A a Cotton flannel All colors and prices. A Wool a a a a a French Merino. A a comings and Alpaca a a variety of dress goods u we have a full line of ladies clot ii All color and Heap and a full line of Black and fancy so pcs and at the lowest prices. Mourning goods. Our mourning department is Complete comprising Black French Merino bomb Zines Wool detain All widths. Per fifth cloth Cashiers. Silk Poppins and a variety fall kinds of mourning and second mourning goods.,. Gentlemen a Ware. A full Tine of cloth. Cassimer vesting Satti Notts jeans lates and cheapest. M groceries. Coffee sugar teas spices syrup. Ac., ac., ac., Call and look through our Stock Aud gut the Price is it is no trouble to show goods As our motto is Small profits and Quick a ale and g of value. Country pm oboe Takt h in Exchange for Good. A Goodyear amp diff Neacil. Lebanon .sept.9, 1863. 1 fancy furs 33. W. Harrington mayor of Manchester a. A. Hon Hon. John of of Hood st. K. Hon. A. H. Both oct mayor of Bobc who. Hon. Nath a she bbl mayor of Salem. Mas. . Wnootjjr., mayor of b08tom. Mass. Hon. We. M. Rodman mayor of prov x. I. Of Illk nut Scriber offers his Large and Well selected x Stock of hardware. Paints oils. Ac., i v Cost for Chi set. Parties who have settled their accounts to april 1,1801, will be allowed a Liberal credit on Arbo have not nettled will find their accounts with a. S. Ely esq., for immediate settlement and collection. D. M. Karmany. Lebanon july 17.1861. 800 c. Ca Kittany Soo South West Corner eighth and Chestnut manufacturer and healer in men 8furnisilj2sg goods tile latest style of. I nine a sea rift. I Eck fico amp a a Haku Elphin july 15, 1803-�?cm. Fancy furs 11 John flirt Ira no. 718 Arch Siree lit due st. Mute. Side Philadelphia. Importer manufacturer of and dealer in will kinds of fancy furs for Lead less and children a a Wear. I wish to return my thanks to my friends of and this surrounding counties for their very Libere to Medit Ringue last few Yea Sand Boot and slide store. Be Jacob Ike Del respectfully in a forms the Public that he still Nentin j us his extensive establishment his new building in Cumberland st i where lie Hopes to Render the same \ satisfaction As heretofore to All who May favor him with their custom. Lie invites merchants j and dealers in boots and Shok Sund everyone who wishes to Purchase fashionable and durable Artil Les in his line to Call and examine for themselves his Large and varied Stock. Lie is determined to surpass All eco petition in the Nanu facture of of Surv article in his business suitable for any Market in the Union. A due care taken in regard to materials and workmanship none by the Best Quality of leather and other materials Are need and none but the Best workmen Are employ m _ toyed a p. returns his 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 Romige. Lebanon july 3, 1801. North Lebanon Sham grist Mil a rain wa�ot15i /1mie undersigned will Purchase All x Hinds of gain. Such As wheat Kye Corn. Oats. Ac.,. At their steam Mill on the Union _ Chi Zuj. For which the highest Market prices i paid in Cash. 49 ail kinds of customer work will be at the shortest notice and in the most Satlof manner. The Public is respectfully invited to g trial. us Rit Gideon Ligija David l. I North Lebanon May 27,1862. A foil be pm Eger jr., attorney at Law. Office in room formerly occupied by. Or. Samuel bum. Debased and opposite to the Black horse hotel c Street be Bayou. A gust 26, 1803. A joint Resolution proposing certain amendments to the Constitution. Be it. hot of hit Senate and j Louse of late of j Quot Runty Iraq in in general Assembly met. Quot that the following be proposed to the Constitution Commonwealth in accordance with the tenth Arlela thereof them aim i be an additional Section to the third a Theiu Constitution to be designated As Section Sruti of j whenever any qualified electors of itch shall in in buy actual military ser Bur As follows a a thin Commonwealth shall be vice under a mini Sitison from the president United states or by the authority of this Commonwealth such electors May exercise the right of suffrage in a elect Iowa by the citizens under such regulations Asart or shall be prescribed by Laws As fully As if they were present at their usual place of Alec Jiuu. There shall a two additional sect Funsto the eleventh Urt icle of Tho Constitution to be designated As sections eight anti nine As follow sect Fox 8. No Bill shall be passed by the legislature containing More than one subject which she a be Elearly expressed in the title except appropriation Bills. Section 9. No Bill shall he passed by the legislature granting any Powers or privileges that has been or May hereafter be con furred upon the courts of this common wraith. John Cessna speaker House of representatives John i. Penney. Speaker Serato. Would a to them thai i now have in store of my own importation and manufacture a very extensive assortment fall the different kind4 and qual ties of fancy furs for ladies and children that will be worn. During the fall and Winter seasons. Being the direct imposer of All my furs from Europe and having them All manufactured under my own supervision enables Meto offer my Elastomer and the pub 11c a Tunc b handsomer set off is for. The Sasse Money. Ladles please give my a Call by fire purchasing please remember the name number xti4 Street. John faue1ra. No. 718 Arch Street. Philadelphia sept. 16,1s63 �?5m. Economy is wealth cure your cough for 13 be amp to. The Best and cheapest household Sente do in tiie world. Madame Zado Porter s great cot a a remedy. Madame zad0c tor the scum Tive i. if a sed Sci or a ing to the directions to erne it nil Nosir Coil is. Cams. Coni i asthma and All affections Throat and lung a made Zadoc Porter s Balsam is prepared i h a a a ii the requisite eare Aid skill from a combination beat remedies toe vegetable kingdom affords its remedial qualities a a w based on its Power to re for a at the healthy and Vigo Rouse Reu lat Jon of toe. Wood through the lungs. It is Nota violent remedy but Eato Imei to was in. Song searching and effects foe ran be takes by the oldest person or youngest child. Mil Zadoc porters Balsam has been used by the Public for Oyer 18 years and has a cubed its present Sale simply by being recommended by. Those who have used it cd their afflicted friends a 1 other., Madame Zadoo Poi Tekus Omatine Balsam is hold at a Price which brings it m be reach of every one to keep it convenient for use. The timely use of a single bottle will prove to be Wor 1> l�?~0 Timex ils Oost. Notice Savo your Money a in not in pts nailed to Puri Haso articles of a. To is. A Boob Ilo not contain the virtue of a dime bottle of Madame porters curative Balsam the Post of manufacturing Winch is As a Reata that of almost any other Medicine and the very Low Price at Winch it is sold makes the profit to the seller Small and unprincipled dealers will sometimes recommend Othni which their profits Are larger Uhi Ohn Tbs. Sia Tipon having Madama Porter a a a i ask for Madame porters it and in Largo bottles at 25 cts., and take Otho a Quot if you can wot get one store you to a 4�soid by All druggists and store a Cen a a at to cents and in larger bottles at 25 cent a a has Al amp Rucell. Proprietors a Job. To. Lemberger and or. Geo. Lloy Lebanon a. _ january 28-1�53 ornamental Iron work. Wood amp Perot 1136 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia pa., of a a Ron we terms new a a Tui Beautiful ph.shj.n8 in great Baric to of i most important m office Secretary Commonwealth july 1,1863. J Pennsylvania is. A 1 do hereby certify that the foregoing and a annexed in r full True mid Correct copy of Tho original joint Resolution general Assembly eur title a a joint Resolution a a a proposing certain amendments to the Constitution a As the Sunn remains on file in this office. In testimony whereof i have Hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal Secretary a office to be affixed the Day Aud year above written. Eli Slifer july 22-3mo Sec by Commonwealth. Tust deceived a a Large and splendid Assart-0 Mont of super French English and american cloths and Cassimeris for Coats pants and vests Call and examine our Stock. We feel confident Liat to can please. Prices to suit the times at Henry a Stine a. Wanted to buy. 5 1 inn bushels Rye. A uv7, 60,000 bushels Corn 60,000 bushels Oats i also,cl0vurseed, Timothy see bios or "wi?1 Cash i�?�1 a Quot a a Pima of anon Valley Railroad depot Lebanon., George Hoffman Lebanon july 1?, 1561. Hon Amos w. Prentice mayor of Bobwich Cohutt. Hon j n Harris a a a mayor or jew London const. Hon. Chas. S. Rodier _ mayor of Mont Krati c. 2. Hon. D. 3?. Tiemann _. Mayor of new Vbk cot. Hon. H. M. Kinstrey a mayor of a Hilton c. W. Hon. Adam Wilson mayor of Toronto u w. Hon. R. M. Bishop c. Mayor of Cut Ceniu Ati Ohio. Hon. I. H. Crawford mayor of Louisville pm. Hon. John Sloan mayor of Lyons Iowa. Hon. James mcfeeter8, mayor of Howmann Liitt o. W. Hon. James w. North _ mayor of Augusta. My. Hon. Henry Cooper jr., mayor of uat.taiwb1i.t., Bob. s. Been a mayor of Fredericton. N. B. Hon. Willard Nye mayor of Mew Bedford mass. Hon. J. 33laisd33ll, mayor of a lir Bivey mass Hon. W. E. Cranston mayor of menu out st. A Hon. Fred Stah mayor of 6?, hon1 John Hodgden. Mayor of dubuqtte3, Iowa. Hon. Thomas Crutchfield mayor of Chatt Amoona. Tent Hon. Robert Blair. Mayor of Tuscaloosa Aba . D. Baugh a mayor of Memphis ten. Hon. Gerard Stith Mayo <4 my obbkam8, a Hon h. D Scranton a a mayor o�bqpb3e9teb, Jay Hon. De Witt a Grove mayor it Hon ceo. Wilson mayor a Hon. G. H. Buh mayor of Detroit Milt pc. Hon. Hedian l. Page mayor of Milwaukee xv13 Hon w. It Vaughn mayor of acute wis. Hon. A. Farr. Mayor of Kejs Osha. Wis. Hon. John c Haines mayor of Chicago 1�j�,. Hon. M. J. A. Heath mayor of Selma Hon. A. A Noble mayor of Montgomery Ai a. Hon. W. S. Holy bad mayor of cob Tombus a. Don Espartero Manuel a mayor of Vera cbci., Don Pretre de Caballo mayor of my Decico. Don Estephanie Rodrigues. Mayor of hat Aba Don Antonio Echeverta mayor of bima. Peso. Don m. G. Iii Anglo mayor of Van Paraiso _ Don Maro sesqu1fedalia, mayor of Bio Janecko bka5ctt. Certify Utah to amp of resident druggists Liao. A assured them a Ayers Sarsaparilla is an excellent remedy and worthy the Eon fid enee Community. For Spring diseases. For purifying tie blood. Por scr Fula or King s evil. Por tutors divers and sores. Por eruptions and pimples. Por blotches Blaine and boils. Por st. Anthony s Pire Rose or Ery por tetter or Salt Rheum. Spelas. Por scald head and ringworm. For cancer and cancerous sores a por sore eyes sore ears and Humera. For Pamela Bise Aas. For suppression and irregularity. For Syphri or venereal disease. Por Lyrer complaints. A _ for diseases heart. Iron railings for come Torles. Residence. A of Ivr ought nod cast Iron and galvanized Iron and ki1 ��7c7�s�� do is balconies. Ers fountains nit b i Fin Seal los. Counters fountains Gay i is urns Hicl Inri posts. Lamp so ands Vas a ta11lbs, Flower stands sofas chairs. Stai uary animals and �1 other Iron worked of a decorative character. Designs forwarded for 1 persons applying for same will please state the kind of work needed. Gnu sept .9,1863.�?3m a. In. Atki1ws amp having United in the Boot and shoe Sui san and trom their determination to be punctual s mane none but the heat of work they Requika is ii a Large of to patronage. They will us Wall vat their old stand new to Amxo tit arly of pout Medov we a they a flt ready to serve and please their customer they be now on Hadlai Large sortmeut of boots shoes Trtan try carpet bags ac., which this ats3 persons dealing at to big Shok a my p>1ees, suited with Rkady-61ade to ii a Stork can be satisfaction is always Waria nude h a add a to sos particular attention invent of a a boots and shoes. T0 the a pairing Atkins new a a ,1861-up in Good order for Comfort and e,w7 re fitted Lor ladies and sent Lomeny Ornce both Tkins Sei Boot ate of a a a up in Good order for comfor a the 8�?~1�?Tr� for ladies and gentlemen convenience both Atkins Bro. a a. _ ,. Deavor please All wife. Punctual Aad will on and Shotwe a Oai Ycu Sobti Ephor oots a. A is ssh Isis Nissl ssh a Ayers Sarsaparilla Ayers Cherry pectoral Ayers pills and i Ayers ague cure or. Prepared by j. C. Ayer amp Lowell mass., and sold by druggists every co., a a l. Lemberger. . Toss. And Al s a Arr Lebanon t Biever a Bro., Annville shirk Liv Erst own Horning a. Khz ten tev Kra a Quot Blanket cloth Woolen clothing Black or Blue Block _�or8� and goods turned out a a a to a ukr warranted Lyon l Bergery a. Dro.t0whrn a Uby a a a a attended to ? All orders for the above win to March ii ,1563

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