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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 24, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaAnd on being informed that they had escaped the previous night in Masse he was silent but his face wore a look of disappointment and Chagrin Jackson a cavalry men were mounted on horses worn Down with Long marches and tinted provender and As thin As horses Ever get and not die and of course utterly useless for Quick and Long marches. They were Little better than no horses at All for . A a a s a. V. A our loss was about 60 killed and 160 a amp Ute Dpi. Gen. Miles died on wednes i a the paroled prisoners of col. Miles pm Najand at harpers ferry Are to be a int immediately to the Northwest to suppress the Indian insurrection. This Dis position a a the soldiers indicated cannot affect their parole and it will enable the government to place 8,000 Well drilled troops in a Field where their services Are much needed. Terms it is 50 a year Lebanon a. Wed Bedat september 24, 1862. Home affairs. Few Well exec Tod counterfeit $5 note on the manufacturers and mechanics Bank of Philadelphia Baa been put to circulation. At the two upper Corners Are medallion 5 engraved. At the lower left Corner is a child with curls on the lower right Corner Are two horses with a landscape. The general appearance of the note is calculated to deceive. Congressional conference. The democratic conferees of the tenth congressional District composed of tao counties of Schuylkill and Lebanon met at the Public Bouse of Henry Siegrist in Tho Borough of Lebanon on monday the 22d Day of september 1862, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Congress to be supported by the electors of said District at the ensuing election a present from Lebanon county Samuel t. Mcadam Lebanon Samuel Heilman n. Anvil us Mecca i b. Horning East Hanover from us Buyaki i county Joseph m. Feger Pottsville a Lewis Buehler to Rabqua Isaac Ward Minersville. On motion s. T me Adah was chosen president and Isaac Ward Secretary. After the transaction of preliminary business nominations being declared in order Isaac Ward nominated myer Strone. Of county Samuel Ile Ilman nominated or. C. D. Gloninger of Lebanon county. The nominations then closed and the conferees proceeded to Vot Muu Voce. On the 1st, 2d. 3d and 4th ballots the conferees from Lebanon county voted for or. Gloninger and those from Schuylkill for or. on the fifth ballot the Enn Sudato for the coming term bras yielded to Schuylkill county and or. Strouse was nominated unanimously. On motion the president was directed to inform mr., Strouse of his nomination and request Bis acceptance of Tho same. A on motion the proceedings were ordered to be signed by the conferees and published in the democratic papers of the District. On motion adjourned.1 railway thursday it company of volunteers left Norristown for Harrisburg via the Reading Railroad. When near Phoenixville one of the party fell to the ground and injured his Bead so seriously As to cause Deuth in a few minutes. Capt. Ulrichs company of militia from this place bad been placed in the 11th Reg. A ment and had advanced a Short distance beyond Hagerstown. A cavalry company of about 60 Naca passed through this place on Korzeb Nek for Harrisburg on thursday. They were treated to n substantial dinner spread in the Hall of the court House and their horses were properly cared for. They were so Well treated by our kind hearted people that cheer after Beer was Given in thanks upon their departure. In the late Battles at Manassas in which capt. Lantzos company of Pennsylvania reserves was again engaged said company suffered As follows,.�?-corporat William Lantz wounded in face by piece of Shell corp. Henry Grosey wounded in hand and private Jonas Hinkle wounded in Bead. Privates Josiah Good and Fred. Foerster Aro missing. The Lebanon county agricultural fair for 1862, will take place on the st 9th and 10th of next month. This will present an Opportunity for oar people to do a vast amount of Good with a trifling outlay for our sick and wounded soldiers As the proceeds of the fair Are to to devoted to that benevolent object. Our peo pie should make it a Point to make the fair As attractive As possible and in that Way con tribute indirectly to the fund. Let everything that is Worth seeing be brought let everybody take a part let every one fee it a duty to make it the Best fair we Haye had yet so thata Large amount is a be realized. It can be done without much labor or expense and the results May be Beer of to Many hearts. _ h. Ii. Koedel would inform the pub lie that he is the Only authorized agent for the a Sale of ibo Sarri Burg had Philadelphia daily 1>nper�t the evening journal excepted. Win. G. Ivan until lately in his employ is now engaged in the of the above mentioned is evident from the fact that none of his daily papers Are directed to Lebanon some of them having been directed to C. Hoffman Richland station others to Smith Annville and others again to is done because newspaper publishers allow but one a gent n any place a haying no larger population a than Lebanon. A a 127th regiment is still stationed at fort Ethan Elian but recent letters from porous connected with it state that it is under marching orders. Several regiments of the nine months troops from Pennsylvania were Quot in the late bait ifs in Maryland and acquitted themselves with acknowledged bravery. The congressional conferees of this county voted for or. C. D. Gloninger. This was a compliment worthily bestowed and we Hope yet to to Able to record Bis nomination for that position. He is a True Democrat and would be an ornament in the councils of the nation. The following is the Roll of the a Jackson cavalry commanded by capt. William Tice enlisted for three years or the War a captains William Tice Myers town. Correspondence. Lebanon september 22d. 1s62. Over Stroub Esq dear sir a at a meeting of the democratic conferees of the tenth congressional District composed of the counties of Schuylkill and Lebanon held in the Borough of Lebanon this Day j you were unanimously nominated As the Dario a cratic candidate for Congress in said District. In j making known to you officially the action of the conference and requesting your acceptance of j the nomination we cannot refrain from saying j that we believe that the interests of the people i of this District could not be committed to the t charge of a better representative nor to any one j who would More faithfully labor to Rescue our 1 once Happy country from the evils into which the recklessness and fanaticism of her own Chil Dren have plunged her. With great respect a a i am dear sir your obedient servant a a s. T. Mcadam to Samuel t. Mcadam Esq., chairman of the democratic conference of Schuylkill and Lebanon counties composing Tho tenth con Gres Siouan District of Pennsylvania a sir your letter of the 22d inst., informing me of my nomination As representative in Congress Quot of the tenth District composed of Schuylkill a and Lebanon counties Quot has been received and is hereby gratefully acknowledged. Your complimentary remarks in reference to myself Aro duly appreciated. In accepting the nomination permit me to say that i esteem it an Honor indeed to be chosen As the first candidate of the democracy of Schuylkill and Lebanon counties under the new apportionment of the Congres-5 Sionil districts of Pennsylvania and if i should be so fortunate As to be elected i will use every Effort to demonstrate to my respected constituency that their Confidence has not been misplaced. If elected to Congress and our now unhappy country should still to in the deplorable condition that it is at present i will manfully and earnestly sustain the government in putting Down this monstrous rebellion and Aid it in every measure calculated to restore the Union As it Jas and to maintain Tho Constitution As it i hereby pledge myself solemnly and Sac redly to support the Constitution of the United status in principle and in details and to the extent of my Power and ability to resist the slightest attempt to violate Thairu Hood instrument whether by traitor abolitionists of the North or traitor secessionists of the South. These Are the Cardinal principles of the democratic party and to these i shall cling so Long As Liberty and Justice shall be opposed to fanaticism and treason. Deeply grateful for the Honor conferred upon me i am dear sir with sentiments of the highest regard your sincere Friend and obedient servant. Myer Strouse. Pottsville september 23, isg2. The preparations for drafting in this county Are nearly . The follow ing table will a How the number of men enrolled the number now in service the number subject to draft the number yet to be raised and the whole number to be raised. Pc Fri 13 i st so s a = a 2,? we. So a. A to ? a 2. Of O Jackson 515 159 347 Millcreek. 20031 154 South Leb Taon 225 34 181 Heidelberg 29s 23 263 Cornwall 275 73 199 South Annville 279 62 212 Londonderry 304 4s 251 Lebanon bor., we 334 161 173 Lebanon bor., W., 407 376 281 Lebanon bor., North 136 s6 110 j Hanover 234 28 186 i North Lebanon tp., 310 80 228 Bethel 259 35 216 Swatara 287 68 114 Union 204 35 169 North Annville. 276 52 223 coid Spring 11 3 8 Ault Henry n. Annville Raney Jeremiah b Han. Beighey Cyrus Myerstown Bedger John it Millcreek dinner win s. Lebanon it Altdorf we t do Betz Michael s. Annville Betz thenry do Deckert John Myerstown Donna Burgor David do Beck Fravi Kliu Haa. Bonna Gergor am my a Fisher Franklin do Ajic Kingor j. A. Rein Ville Grob Lemuel,.Myerstown. Carina Jacob s. Annville Carloff Bonne vice do Gingrich John p., do Leib Kenry. E. Hanover Galebach John s. Ann Filipp John n Lebanon Ken Schnitz ben., Myerston Killmer Aaron e., do Kershner John Berks go Keller Cyrus Myerstown Patzt Tlam wm., do Kreider John Jonestown a Ruiss Killmer Jonathan do Kettle Nan j. A do Krowitz Frederick do Loos Encoh do of Yungst Henry do Lin Clemuth Erastus Berks Samuel do Miller Lemuel Myerstown Mumma Jeremiah Mayer ill try w., do Miller George Hanover Miller John d., Myerstown Naftzger Gottieb do Noil Isanc do Osborn John do Mcquade Ian. Co Peltier John Myerstown Teinhold or ins it do. Leinhold Martin Lan. Co rein sold Reuben Myerst n Steiner Samuel f., do Saltzer Samuel s. I Bunon Schlaseman John Berks Sutler Ephraim e., s lob surgeon Henry s Annville Spangler j. Abner my a Seiders David inn Over Short Joseph s Annville Shilu John. Lebanon Shortel j. W., Union Seiders George Myerstown Tobias Joseph Annville tip a Michael Myers Tow a Wertz Adam do we ber U., s Lebanon Weise John Myerstown Wiur Gonor Isaac Annville Werner j.t., Myerstown Miller Reuben Myerstown i Zeller jo3iab, do pensions for the mothers of deceased attorney general has Given an opinion under the pension act passed it Tho last session of Congress to the effect that the Mother of a deceased Soldier 5s entitled to a pension although so May be married and have a husband living at the time of her son s death the Only question under the Law being whether she had been dependant upon the deceased for her support in whole or in part a question of fact to to decided by evidence. 07 tie Rebol prisoners say they always like to meet a regiment of zouave with red tro sors As these serve As distinctive Marks. In evidence of this take the casualties of the 14th Brooklyn and the 5th n. Y. Regiments three fourths of the casualties among them in every Battle being in the lower limbs. At a piece of Woods where they made a stand after being driven Back Gormanos brigade of Sedgwick a division suffered heavy loss having894 killed and wounded about half of their entire number one regiment Tho 15th Massachi. Setts had 600 on going into the fight and were Able to Muster Only 208 after they came out of it. 32 191 47 78 53 s7 92 115 33 100 46 103 69 117 a 129 a 157 a 76 55 83 40 120 65 100 43 111 44 79 54 108 1 4 total4594 1154 3365 674 1767 there Are 75 a cods Cientos men in the county distributed a Jackson 9, Mit Creck 15, South Lebanon 10, i Edelberg 12, Cornwall 3, South Annville 5, Londonderry 5, North Lebanon 2, Bethel 8, swatara5,North Annville. Lebanon Borough West Ward Bas a surplus of 32 eastward 19 North Lebanon Borough 10. Tho men enlisted Misinco Tho enrolment was made being those who volunteered since the formation of col. Jennings regiment in which capt. Bossier s company is included will be deducted from the above number yet to be raised As also the surplus of the two boroughs. Jackson has raised More than its required number and Corn Wail has already raised about 20. Capt. Tice a company was Quot raised entirely since the enrolment and 28 men left Lebanon on monday enlisted in the heavy artillery. All such will be deducted if returned to the commissioner before the draft is made. The Cornwall association met at a Jeweel Siors school House sept. 20th, and proceeded to an Organ Zaron by electing the following officer a president j. A. Broome vice president j. K. He by rce. Sect. B. B. Forster Cor. Seer. J. S. Rupp Trens. S. S. Miller. After the usual business the following resolutions were unanimously adopted resolved that we recognize teacher s associations and institutes As efficient Means of preparing teachers for their High culling and advancing the profession and that it is the duty of every teacher to Avail himself of their benefits As often As possible. ,. Resolved that the Hearty co operation of Parent with the teacher in the Fri Ifni discharge of his onerous duties is most essential to the growth arid development of our schools. A resolved that irregular attendance of pupils in any school is an evil of great magnitude inasmuch As it retards their own Progress and seriously i commodes the whole school. Resolved that it is a duty which parents owe to themselves their children their country and their god to allow their children Poffi Pierit time to attend school and to compel their regular and punctual attendance. Resolved that we As teachers earnestly Solic it the presence of parents guardians and All other friends of education in our school rooms at All convenient times for it is the duty of parents to visit the schools frequently in which their children arc taught. Resolved that we heartily approve of the manner in which our county superintendent Lenry Hauck has discharged the duties of his office and having full Confidence in his ability and fitness to earnestly recommend to directors Bis re election a suggestive the time that gen. Mcclellan was culled to Washington in july 2861, until he was removed from the Post of general in chief our forces were almost uniformly successful. After that and so Long As his plane were interfered with by certain officials a we do not say whom a we met with numerous reverses. When Hia command was reduced to less than a Hundred men our army in Virginia was most shamefully routed. New that the general has been Given unrestricted control of the forces in Virginia and Maryland victories begin. Are not these facts suggestive it the Lebanon county ladies Aid society has received the following receipts for articles lately sent for the Relief of our sick Antt wounded soldiers sept.l3,lsf�2. Received from Tho Leb Tuifua a 1 Box apply Buttor 1 barrel apples. 1 big apples 1 Jar 3 bags cabbage 1 Box . 1 firkin lard 1 Keg of eggs 2 boxes 1 stand and g barrels. Do. D s Gloni cur Hospital race and Crown streets. Philadelphia sept. 13,1862 received tie following articles from Tho ladies Aid society of Lebanon i it a amp bags unions 1 barrel Ofa podes 1 bucket of lard. Ivy. In Latt. Superintendent of sanitary commission. Philadelphia sept. 32,1862. Received of ladies Aid society of Lebanon Cote 1 Box potatoes 3 bags potatoes 2 of cabbage 4 of onions also 4 barrels of apples for Tho unique Volunteer refreshment Saloon and Hospital for which Trio committee return their sincere thanks. J. B. Wade Secretary. Philadelphia. 18g2. The committee of the Cooper Simp Volunteer refreshment a a Leon ret urn thanks for the Liberal contribution of 4 barrels 2 boxes a my a bag of onion.-#. . Cooper president. E. S. Viall so 5th Street Hospital Philadelphia. To the Zap in a Aid >7wwi of Lebanon it o a the committee return thanks for the very Large donation of apples potatoes lard onions Ami Cuba me. They till arrived Safe Ami in Good order also Buttor came with to feel deep y grateful for the kind attention to tie soldiers under our care. Are always glad to receive anything Yon May think proper to Send and will be prompt to acknowledge them. With inc i respect i remain yours . Brownville president. Ladies committee 5th Street Hospital Philadelphia. The operations of the society for tie week coding sept. 20thi have been Huu ded to us but too late for this week s paper. a we understand that a magnificent Panorama of the Gre at War is to be exhibited at the town Hall this thursday evening and three following nights. This entertainment embraces All the principal subjects connected with the great rebellion and is said to he a work of great Merit. In add Ilion to the Panorama several excellent songs Are sung by or. Russell. At the Oon i Tsiun of the exhibition several costly valuable and useful artiries will be distributed among the audience consisting of ele Guttly bound Hie Les plated wore Silver watches Portia Bias jewel by and fancy articles of every description a on saturday afternoon there will be a Groat exhibition for school children. To recommend All to go and see it or. Cyrus Gloninger who left Lebanon last week As a member in capt Ulricht a company has been appointed by the governor As acting medical director of the state troops to report at Chambers Borg. a Light and John k. Kareb attached to the 46th regimental band Gol. Kuipers regiment returned Home last thursday. The band had been discharged on the 17th of August but owing to the movements of the army they were unable to leave at that time. The regiment was attached to gen. Banks division. G3t by the following last week it wiil be seen that the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad company Are showing their usual generosity. It Speaks for itself Philadelphia amp Reading Railroad co., 1 a a Philadelphia sept. 13, 1sg2. J g Dita on Cortni m. H Tom a dear sir a i Liucc your favor a it of the filth respecting the passing of Finup plea and a messenger Over the Road for. The Lebanon ladies co. Aid. have adopted a jul you the subject and will of course extend it equally to All Appu cats. It is. To envy i i pues sent by Tho ladies Aid society free but not persons. Yours very truly. Charles Smith president. Important to soldiers a every Soldier should keep on his person a card upon which should be plainly inscribed Bis full name and address with Bis company Aud regiment. Last week two cases occurred in which soldiers were brought to Washington from the Battlefield one ill and the other wounded both too Low to ascertain those particulars from them. They died and the Hospital authorities wee deprived of Tho Opportunity of apprising Distant relatives or friends of their disease. In another instance a it Fine lad killed in battled All Hope of tracing his relatives was gone when by Mere Accident a Little Bible presented to min by his Mother was found Between the cloth and lining of his old cout. That Little volume disclosed the Uaine of the boy. A a it a widow of sex president . Julia Gardner Tyler widow of the late sex president John Tyler has arrived at Foj Tress Monroe Virginia in route for the North. Mrs. Tyler is a Northern lady daughter of the late colonel Gardner of1 Long Island owner of the Island known by his name. Miss Gardner at the time of her marriage with president Tyler was one of the Boiles of new York fashionable life and her marriage with the then. President of the United states created a great sensation at the time. She now returns a widow with six Small children to the scenes of her childhood. Terrible explosion at frightful explosion occurred at the United states Arsenal in Pittsburgh on wednesday afternoon at 2 of clock in a Largo Frame building known As the Laboratory. About one Hundred and seventy six boys and girls were employed in the building at the tithe of the disaster seventy five or eighty of whom were killed. Tho explosion was followed by others until the entire building was destroyed. Those who could not escape in time Svere burned up. The scene was most appalling. Lead bodies Yero lying in heaps As they had fallen and in some places whore the heat was i Tonso the whitened Bones could to seen through the smoke and flame. In other places Large masses of blackened flesh were visible. The Caupp of the explosion is not known hut it is admitted by All to have been accidental. Some assert it was caused by the accidental falling of a Shell. Commodore Foote described general Pope a few weeks ago by say ing a a lie is a Good Man for a dash. Give him ten thousand men to carry a certain position and it is done promptly. He has courage Energy and in reprise and in a smaller Field was remarkably successful. But on a Large theatre of action entrusted with the command of a Hundred thousand men he is out of his place and nothing but failure could be expected. Hon. John r. Thompson u. S. Senator from new Jersey died at his residence in Princeton on Friday night. His official term a would have expired on the 4th of March Thompson was a Democrat. A Large number of our cavalry horses died from eating Hilton head Sand one Hundred pounds of it were found in the stomach of one poor beast. There was no forage at All for them. Rosin which a year ago Bro tone Dollar and a half a barrel is now Selling for Twenty dollars a barrel. Or the Southern papers publish a despatch from Mobile dated september 10th, reporting that the Federal troops had evacuated Corinth after burning every House to the ground. Orgen. Fremont a stall have been ordered to report to him for duty. Bad news this. Gen. Siegels position. Washington sept. 20. There having been various rumours about Genera Siegel and Hia movements Tho intelligencer to Day announces that he has been on duty in and near this City Ever since the return of the Rainy from the line of Tho Tappahannock River. His command is also near at hand and has not been called Ipoh to encounter any new and imminent danger since its service under gen Pope. His corps is not and has not been with gen. Mcclellan during his Campaign in Maryland. The Humours of the War. The Davenport Iowa news reminds its readers of the impending draft in the following style a the great consolidated american lottery every fifth ticket a prize to take place on the 25th Lay of september instant under the immediate patronage of the United states government a Lincoln manager a. Stanton superintendent. A the managers and directors of the great consolidated american lottery Tarke pleasure in announcing that they have so far completed their arrangements that they can assure the Public no further delay will be imposed upon them but that the drawing will positively come off on the 25th of september inst. A great pains have been taken to have this drawing conducted in a fair and honorable manner and in this end a commissioner to superintend the drawing has been appointed by the government for each county. 1a it will be seen that a every fifth ticket will be sure to draw a prize valuable inasmuch As every prize entities the Holder to a splendid fowling piece game bag Knapsack some Call Ita pair of blankets and a full suit of clothing and a due Bill of the association for nine months Board. A to prevent grumbling and dissatisfaction the association will guarantee a prize ticket to any individual. Many eccentric persons have expressed a Hope that they May draw a Blank. The association assures such individuals that nothing of tie kind will be winked at. I their ticket entitles them to a prize they must accept it even if they have no use for the articles. Some of them will be Handy to have in the House. A offering such Brilliant inducements the managers cannot but think the proposed scheme must prove Success at least they will give it a air trial and ii it works Wei May in a Short time offer another Opportunity for our citizens to but while coming into Washington from the Soldier s Home on Friday last the president s life was put in peril by his horse a spirited and powerful animal running a Way with and nearly throwing him. He succeeded in checking the career of his Steed at the Cost of a sprained wrist. A refugees from Richmond report that the southerners were jubilant Over the anticipated capture of Washington which was sure to occur by monday of last week. There were few troops in Richmond except the sick a Home guard kept order. All business not connected with the War was Hull. 07&Quot California Post office department having received information that there is no further danger of the mails to the can Fotna a Anil Pacific coast Overland being disturbed by Indian forays has ordered that the daily transmission of them be renewed. Of Rhon. C. L. Vallandigham of Ohio has been again nominated for Congress from the third congressional District of that state. A or Jno. L. Lyons French periodical drops. Fob. Females. This valuable Medicine is now offered to the american ladies As the Only sure positive arid never falling cure and regulator of suppression of nature from whatever cause. Particular care should to used to know that pregnancy is not the cause a a the drops would surely produce an effect entirely contrary to tie course of nature for which i will not hold myself responsible. These drops Uro go mild mid pleasant that the feeble st Enn take them with perfect Security yet so powerful in their effects that they May by safely railed a never failing Jingu Lator. They can be. Procured by addressing me As directed below. I have used this Medicine for the lust twelve Yearsin my practice and therefore Well know its merits. Sold by ail druggists. Price i per bottle. Address or John l Lyon new Haven Conn. July 23,1s62, a a Singer amp letter a a a family sewing machine. With All the recent improve mints. Is the Best and cheapest Aud most Beautiful of All sewing machines this machine will Pew anything from Tho running of a tuck in tur Letan to the making of an Over cont anything from Pilot or Beaver cloth Down to the softest Gauze and Gossamer tissue and is Ever ready to to its work to perfection. It can fell hem bind gather tuck quilt and Haa capacity for a great variety of ornamental work. This is not the Only machine that can fell hem bind and so Forth but it will do so better than any other machine the letter a a family sewing machine Mav to had in a great variety of Cabinet cases the old my Case which is now be comings popular is As us name implies one tout Cun be folded brio a Box or Case which when opened makes a Beautiful substantial and spacious table for Tho work to rest upon. J. Lie cases Are of every imaginable de i it my Plain As the Wood grow in its native Forest or As elaborately finished us Art can make them Send for a copy of Quot six Uku amp co s Gazette. I. Singer amp co. 4o8 Broadway. . �3 Philadelphia office�?810 Chestnut st. May 7, 1862. The confessions and experience of an invalid. Published for the Benefit warning Aud a tuntion to Young men who surf by from nervous debility premature decay a. Supplying at the same Timo the Means of self cure. By one who has cured himself after being put to great expense through medical imposition and quackery. By enclosing a postpaid addressed envelope single copies May be had of the author. Nathaniel Mayfair Esq. Bedford Kings co., n. A new York March 12, ls62-iy. Services next Sabbath morning in the German and in Tho evening in the English language in Tho first reformed Church. T German preaching a ext sunday morning in Salem a Luth com Chat which time the lords supper is to to administered English preaching in the evening a preparatory service on saturday at 2 Miu German. A set Johns reformed service every wednesday evening at 7j of clock every sunday morning at 10 of clock and every sunday evening at of clock. English preaching next Sabbath morning and evening in the episcopal Church. Emco every sunday morning at 10 of clock in Tempe Inco Hall. English preaching next sunday pfc 10 a. M., and German at a i 31., in tin moravian Church. Orithestsfeinst., by Bov or. Harba ugh or. Join 11enry 3�oye<, of Muerb Laeh to miss Amanda Robinson of . Many Rodby Thelton . Miller of the Irith inst., j011n y Lis is l of n. Lebanon Toto Elizabeth German of Jackson. A to the 14th ins., by the Rev. C. A i Elzy a. At Tho House of tit Bri Diin a father i. J a00it a Gundi tum to Missi Olly Katy both of Nurith Arn Itilio. Months Letb inst., id . Do son of Davit in Uii Ticu new in a o�t8 airs. Of Tho 18th inst., in Ruderick swing Anna daughter of George Kotzman a sol a lout u yours. Died of the Litu lust., ii ton of chistian and Margaret Mcgarvy age dlr a. And a ,,._ died on the 21st inst., j5lmkr . Son of Wyrtis and Ann a Flat Orilin age a l or. 22 Day. ? s. t >.,on Ilio i9fh inst., or. A coir of y. 2 m. Aud 28 Days. In this Dorough. On the Isth inst marry i Kin. Izard child of Adam and Rosanna a Zaak aged s a 9 ill and 12 Days. The 15tu iust., in this Boreo Gli Daniel Galla go a firt aged about 33 Yenta. A sat in Norih Annville township rl1za-. infant daughter of Peter and Rebecca been Quot Aud aged 1 your 3 months and 21 Days. On the 18th inst., in this Borough a jazz the wife of or. John Forster and daughter of or. Jacob Pence need nearly 2t yes los. And is it so Una that Meek spirit fled Aro those eyes closed a closed in the sleep of death dim a their soft Lustre which so shed 1�?o Jay atom her still a is that Sweet breath m Hose voice was sympathy and prayer Aud love old i has it to gone a yes goo to Lloa Veu above. Sho put term do but her sufferings Over she reigns of what a change i to bound from earthy things. From that emaciated form from sin from pin Iise Ami soar a loft upon an judge la swings i. Bimi. Mourners Wise to weep for Teal s Aro vain u Bat is your less is Lizzie a countless Genius. The Lark i. F five fully com it to tt7w.7/. Lebanon . Rate to Iii 21, 1382. La. Mills sex. Kain ii >5 it trs. % do 12 Smith a a extra a it prime red wheat prime Rye com Oats Clover seed twin oui seed Konx Hneil. Dried apples by dried apples push peach Pacli <iiiutzel8,�?� cd Cir Ries onions. Potatoes Ous $6 25 eggs of do?., 12 6 20 butter la. A 32 i5 50 tub or salted butter 10 i 20 lard 8 is tallow 5 60 am 8 55 shoulders 6 35 sides 6 4 00 soap 7 3 50 Bee Wax 25 3 25 White hags 5 1 00 mixed rags 2 1 50 Hax In a 2 50 by poles Al lb., 40 1 25 Frim Sherif lb., 02 i 50 Wool in lb., 40 a a 37 soup Beans qt., a 6 37 Megar % gal., a Gay Apple butter Ltd Crock 45 that Maas Kei. Phil Lipil i Rui iffy her , sept 20, My Xue exciting news from the sent of War the advices of the Progress of general Mcclellan a army and the rout of the rebels have eau cd quite a cheerful tone in the mercantile Community to Day and there is More disposition to of orate than has prevailed for some time there is a room Crule shipping demand for the big her grades of extra and extra family flour at full prices and the Stock of this description is very Inch reduced but for the lower grades there a Little or no demand. The sales comprise 3000 hols. Ohio extra family part at $5 75@6 and part on private terms including 400 bbl fancy at $6 25@6 37�. The sales to the retailers and Bakers have been limited at $5@5 12� for superfine $5 374<� 5 50 for extras $5 75@6 25 for extra family arid $6 374@7 for fancy lots. A. There is very Little demand for Rye flour and it is Selling at $3 50 bbl. Corn meal is steady 20d bbl. Penn sold at $3 i2�t. A. There is More activity in the wheat Market and the downward tendency noted a Day or two ago has been cheeked. Sales of 30,000 bushels fair and prime Penn and Western red at $130 in store including 1500 Bush. it a 32, and 2500 bushels Southern at the same figure a we quote White at $1 40@l 52. Rye is unchanged sales of new Southern at 65c. Do. Pennsy Ivania at 66@07c., and old at 74c. Oats arc in better demand and 5@6q00 Bush Els sold at 60c for old Ponn. -j0@43c. For new do and 35@36c. For new Southern. Clovers cd is scarce and readily commands $5 64 . Timothy Sells on arrival at $1 75 3 2 Bush., and 250 Bush. Flaxseed sold at $1 85 to $1 00 whisky is held firmly. Sales of 200 Ohio bbl. At 33 to 334c Ponn Sylvania do. At 32 to 32ie. And Drudge at 31c. Cattle offerings of beef cattle were Largo this week thesule3 at Phillips reaching Over 2100 head at a decline of 25c the 100 ., prices ranging at from $6 to a including a few Exira Quality at Tho 100 . Net the Market closing Dull. The principal sales were at $7. Cuts and calves were steady 75 having been sold at $18 to $28 each for springers Aud $20 to $36 for cow3 and calves. Hogs a Only about 2500 were offered Ami All sold including 2060 head at i in h offs Yard at $4� a 54 Forstell and $5�@6 tie 100 Tbs for Corn fed which is in Udvance of 50c. Sheep and lambs a about 4000 Weri Quot offered and sold at 2j 2 3�c. For second Quality 4@>i�c. , net for 1st sheep and 2@3 each for lambs As to Condit iop. . Auditors in Otic. Estate of Henry Bucher lec The undersigned auditor appointed by the orphans court of Lebanon county to make distribution of the balance remaining in the hands of Peter Bucher administrator of the estate of Wienky Bucher dec la will attend to the duties of his appointment his office in Fml Ericksburg Lebanon county of wed Neskaug. October 22,1862, at 1 of clock A when a us where Alt persons interested will i dense attend. A Jhc b Fredericksburg ilex. Co., sept. 24.1362. Quot a i\�ti�,i3. A meeting of the Board of manager of Al tiie l�3ba�on coun it anal Lull horticultural and Mich c4 willbe held in the grand jury room. On monday. Sept 29, t8ri2,at i of clock >1. A full attend aureus desired As business of importance will to Broucht before the by gird Quot. I3�ac Hoft Jar. Selma a. Lebanon a sept. 24,1962. An Difore a notice. D 1 to c unto to distribute ski undersigned auditor a i of common pitas of Lebanon Tho balance in the hands of keen i arid ii try Keener. Executors of the estate or George Keener dem. To Ai i Oil n Legal representatives entitled to the same will attend to the duties of his appointment at Rue pin he House of Loiva soberly. In on tuesday the l h Day a Quot october 1802. At one of clock. P. A when anti where All persons in forested will please attend. J. Zerbe am tor. Heidelberg twp., september 17, isti2. Audi lord a notice. Estate of Elizabeth Snyder deceased. F 1uii� undersigned auditor appointed by the orphans Al court of Lebanon county to make distribution of. Tho balance remaining in the hands of Samuel Snyder j admin i tor of the estate of k1zabetii Snyder dec a among the heirs of said deceased will attend to Tho duties of his appointment at Hia office in Myra lib i it on co., of Suu Mlay the with Ayrf october j i62, of clock in. Is when and where All persons j interested will pc miso attend. J sept la j Iii a Kalebu auditor. Fancy furs fancy furs John fare Ira. To. 718 Arch Street below eighth Side Philadelphia importer amp manufacturer of and dealer in All kinds of fancy furs for ladies arid child rent car. I desire to say to my friends of it bad on Tami surrounding counties that i have sow is store one of the largest and most beat inn. Aeon scents of All kinds and qualities or fancy furs for lathes and a tilde arcs Wear that will be worn during this full and Winter. My furs Wero purchased in Europi. Plubious to Tho r�p0 a a a Sutra no do change. And the new duty imposed on All furs Ini port my since the first of August. I would also state that As Long is my Stock lasts x will offer it at prices proportionate to what the goods me but los impossible for me to import and manufacture any More fur and sell them at the sanm prices owing to Tho unsettled state of Tho affairs of the count y. A. A a a remember the name number and Street John fare a sept. 27,1862-5m 718 Arch Street Lii lady a Wood Coal posts stalls amp a Rathe undersigned Lute purchased the Coal and Wood x Yard of Daniel Light merchant in Walnut Street North Lebanon Borough near the Union ennui where they will constantly keep on hand a Large Supply of All kinds of Coal which they will sell wholesale and retail by the Boatload or by the ton. Also Cord Wood Hickory. Oak arc. Also Chestnut posts Ulm rails which will to sold in Largo or Small quantities at Tho most reasonable prices. Coal or Wood will he punctually delivered by Tho undersigned to any place in town or Vicinity. Tho Public Are invited to Call and satisfactory and punctual attendance will be Given git a1jn Grain i Grain wanted. Any Quantity of Grain wheat Rye Oats Cora Clover and Timothy seed will to purchased by the Umla a signed at the Quot highest Market Phefe at Cash or in exch Coal Wood amp a. A Jonathan Geesaman christians of. Me5ly. April 24, 1862- i Ltd to tie of Al Iza Belli Kessley deceased. A to Totice is hereby Jvon that letters of Admire Tafra i turn de Bonus non on Tho la state of Elizabeth kktisr., deed la to of Tho Borough and oount3 a it of Lebanon. Pa., have been Van cd to the undersigned of Thoke my place. Ail porous indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims or demands again Sec tie same will present them duly authenticated for settlement to. George Meily de Bonus non. 180��. Jne Al election proclamation pursuant to an act of the general Assembly of the Commonwealth of entitled a an act relating to the election of to is Commonwealth a approved the 2d Day of july a. D one thousand Turcy , Jonathan Bunler sheriff of the county of Lebanon pious Al Vaia do hereby Mase known and give notice to the electors of Tho county fonts Ald that a general Etc lion will to held in the Shi county of , on the second tip dig being the Ith Day of october 1h62. At which time the electors of the comity aforesaid Brlit vote id their respective districts for one person for auditor general of Tho Commonwealth of Pennsylvania one person for Surveyor general of of Tutu of four san for a tinker of the ii in ish of or Presket Tives of a he cons fress of the United a lattes to it it presello Iho eth Cuil Tussy Muhy District of pin Sylvanns. Com pit tied of Niheu Ouncie of Chanyl kill an i Lebanon. Uin t it a apr sati. Tiny county of to Tho of r Prenis Uthi Ives of punch Jivani a. Uni per Oij refill that Irce of i Avriet attorney fur the county of Lebanon. One porno a to fill the office of county for of bub audit. Gnu person fill the officer of director of the poor of the cuu try of Lebanon. Due j a a of in jail the office of auditor for Tucco Truty of Lebanon. Dim person to ail Tho office of Survey or fur Tho county of Lebanon. Quot one prison to fill the office of cd Roner for Tho county of lab the u. 1 jus a hereby and give notice that the places of holding Tho aforesaid general election in thy by Rural distr cat Witbro the county of us re As , Viz Tho a in for sir Tbs fast Ward of Tho Borough of Lebanon Are to met in the Comuti sooner he run is in the court Louto jew said Borough. The i electors of the West Ward of the Borough of to Weot in Tho jury room of Tho West a in of the court Llouel in bid Boroug i. Tho electors of a Outh Leb Tuuu Tuwa ship Are to meet in tha grand jury it oui it the court in the Boro Trugh of Lebanon the electors of North Lebanon Borough Are to meet it the Public House of Junja ainu a Hier in said Jya our. A a the electors of North Lebanon township Aro to amt at the Fubini mouse of j. L , in build. Township. The electors of Jac san township Are to meet at the Public of Jacob it. A a Lollor m wild township. Tie electors Ltd North an Vilie town lip Giro to meet it the a a a Ulfo Lionso of Simon m. Crali a township. Tho Lectora of Heidelberg towns hip Are to meet at Tho Public House of Levi s Suberly in said township. The Al Ctorn of Rry township Are to meet the Public House of John in said a. _ the electors of Eastil Anover township Are to meet at the Public House of Jacob Adams Iii said electors of Swatara township Are to meet at the Public i joust of a a a a i a in said township. Tie electors of Bethel township Are to meet at the Public Huus of Jacob Reich not in Bald township. The electors of uni in township Are to meet at the Public Liou Soof bttiiiei_bor0uer, i said township. The Electora of Millcreek township Are to meet at the Public House of Frederick , in said township. The electors of South aun Vito township Are to meet at Tho Public House of Jacob Fink in Taij town ship. The electors of cold Spring township Are to meet at the school , at or nor Rausch Gap. In said township. The Electora of Cornwall township embraced in the Southern District of Suid township Are to meet at the Public House of . said District. The electors of Tho Northern District of Cornwall township a to to meet in the traverse jury room on the West Side of the court Ijo Uso in the Borough of Lebanon. The Utech Tion to be opened Between the hours of eight and Tea of clock in Iho Forenoon and shall continue without interrupt a or adjournment Aud is Litt to be closed to Rby a seven of i Elk in the Eveian. I also make Guowu and give notice he in and by the 13t h 3�ctiou of to Usu Rosair act i am directed a that Avery pers in. Exempt justices of the peace who Rhall a by if ichor Rippon utmost of profit or under the government of who United states roof Liis Ary Day or Lucurs Ortto District wet Lar a Coin mis. Sinc it i or otherwise subordinate officer or agent no a or shall be employed the legislative judiciary or executive department of this state or the United states of of Auy City or incorporated District Aud Aiau. Tami every me Zubor of Cogert is and the state legislature and of the select or Cummon Council of any City commissioners of any Ineo Pointe District is by a Law Iti cupa Leaf holding or exercising at the same time tie office or appointment of judge or clerk of and election of this . Aud that no in elector or judge or officer of Auy such a Lection Aliah be eligible to any of i then to is voted Foi. Also that i the fourth Section of an act of Assem by entitled act to execution Al and for other pure dues a approved april 10 184�, it a enacted that the aforesaid 13tb Section a a Small not Bobo construed As to prevent any officer or Borough officer from serv a Gas judge inspector or clerk at any general a special election in this Commonwealth a Al of that in the Glat Section of said act it is enacted that a every general arid special a Lection shall be opened Between the h ours of eight and ten in the Forenoon and shall Coati use without in corruption or adjournment until seven o clock in the Over aug when the oils shall be closed.�?�. The general. Special City incorporated District and township elections and All elections for electors of president and vice president of the United states shall be hold Aud conducted by the inspectors and judges elected As aforesaid and by a Erk appointed As hereinafter provided. No person shall to permitted to Voto at any ejection As aforesaid but a White Freeman of the age of 21 years or More who shall have resided in this state at least one year Aud in the election District where he offers to vote at least ten Days immediately preceding such election and within two years paid a state or county tax Winch shall have been assessed at least ten Days before the election. But a citizen of the United state who has previously been a qualified voter of this state and removed therefrom and returned and who shall have resided in the election District paid taxes As aforesaid shall tie entitled to Rote after residing in this state six months or amp Vidal that the White freemen citizens of the United states Between the Ages of 2i and 22 Yeara and have revealed a the election disc Rich teu Days As aforesaid shall to Outi led to vote although they shall not have paid taxes. No person a Hall Fie admitted to vote whose name is not contained in the s fur wished by the Columba Sonera unless first he proud tvs re cd a pm tor the payment with n two years of a fata., a. Cd a Siuy us a. A,4si�?~3sfed agreeably to the constr a a a give satisfactory evidence either on his oath. Or of fac Ortizi or affirmation of another thav he Paui such a tax or on failure to produce a make oath or payment thereof or Sec Umi it he in Hipius a vote by being an elector Between the Ikea Mil a a. Venus he shall depose an oath or that he has resided in the state at least one in cow a Fujie it is application. And make such proof of his District a As rebut Feriby this act and a Ota verily believe from the accounts Given hint hint he is of the a a pc aforesaid and give such other As is leu ired by this act whereupon the name of Ihu Herscu so per quieted to vote shall be inserted in the a Iphus Eurid list by the inspectors and a note made of Jiu Silc uhf into by writing the word a tax a if he shall be a Moreu co vote toy Mason at having paid his tax or the word ,�?T7�f be shall a permitted to vote by reason of such age and shall be called out to the clerks who shall make i Ike notes in the list of voters kept by them. In All cases where the name of the person claiming to vote is not found on the list furnished by the commissioners and assessor or his Naglit to vote whether found thereon or not is objected to by any qualified citizen it Hull be Tho duly of the in amp Petois to examine such person on oath As to his qualifications and if he claims to have resided within the state for one year or. More his oath will be sufficient proof thereof but shall Tunke proof by it least one competent witness who shall by it i inched cd actor Flint lie has resided within the District , ii or amp the a ten Doys Prece Frig red election Gnu shall also himself swear that his Bona fide pm twin cd Pur Quock of he it Ful calling is within Tuc i stuck and did not remove into . For t pc Purpuro of voting therein a a Eter person it lifted a aforesaid and who Hull make due proof if required of his residence and payment of taxes aforesaid Hull to permitted to vote in the toi Wiehtl \>ur3, or districts m whith he shall reside if any person shall prevent or attempt to prevent any officer of any election under this net from holding use or threaten any Viula Rich to any so ii officer or Ghali improperly interfere with him in the execution of his duty or shall Block no the window or Avenue to any window where the same May be holding Orshall riotously disturb the peace at Guch election or shall Ytse intimidating threats Force or violence with a design to influence or overage any elector or to prevent him from voting or to restrain Tho Freedom of Choice such a person on conviction Bho a be fined in any sum not Hundred dollars and imprisoned for any time not less than one Mouth nor More Thun twelve Mouths and if it shall be shown to the court where the trial of such offence shall be had that the person so offending was not a resident of the City Ward or District or township where the a a a Fence wits Point Ultima and not entitled therein alien on conviction lie shall be sentenced to a Fine of not less Thau $10u nud not More than $1009, and be imprisoned not less Almu six months or More than two years. A in Case the person who shall have received the second highest number of. Votes for inspect r shall not attend on the Day of election then the person who shall have received the next highest number of fates for judge at Ftfe next Spring election shall act As inspector in ids place. And or Case the person offo shall have received the highest number of votes for inspector shall not at to buy the judge shall appoint an inspector in his place nod in ease the it Orson elected judge shall not attend then tie inspector who received the highest number of votes shall appoint a judge in his place., or if any vacancy shall continue in the Board for thy space of one hour after the time fixed by jaw for the opening of the ele Tion the anal offed voters of the township Ward or District for which said officer shall have been elected present at the place of election shall select one of their number to Jill such Vaea icy. It shall be the duty of tie several assessors respect ively to attend at the Piguee of holding every general special or township election during the time said election is kept open for the purpose of giving information to the inspectors and judges when culled on in relation to the Rig lit of any person assessed by them to vote at such elections or such other matters in relation nto the assessment Tbs voters its the said inspectors or either of them shall from time to time pursuant to the provisions contained in the 76th Section of the act first aforesaid tie judges of the aforesaid District shall respectively take charge of the certificates or return of the election of their respect Ivy districts and produce them at a meeting of one judge front ill the Borough of Lebanon of the 3d Day after the election being for the present year on Friday the Lith Day of oui Okli 1802, then and there to do the duties required by Law of said judges. Also that where a judge by sickness or unavoidable Accident is nimble to attend such meeting of judges then the certificate or of darn aforesaid Schull be taken charge of by one of the inspectors or clerk of the election of said Dit to Iet who shall do Aud Jarl orm. The duties required of said judges. A Quot a Given a under my hand m my office in Lebanon the 4tkday of september is62. Quot Jonathan Bender sheriff. September 17 ,1862-to. Valuable Borough properly c., at Public Sale be sold at Public Sale on saturday Vav the in Day of october 1862, it the Palte House of Jacobks by to the Borough of Lebanon to following real estate Viz a no. 7.atlot , situate in the by Jugh of Lebanon and fronting on Market Street ote Square the Lebanon Yal Ley Railroad bounded by or Pierfy. United Brethren Chi urfi Ori the North Doe Alley up t apr amp it and in roil Eric of .mi.f, Mccaully on tie South on who a a Quot a erected a Large two Story Haile we Luff. Or boarded House. With huge Kitchen j a attached a Good Stakh it it jul buildings also. A Well or watery Voith pump Efini on the Prem ses. The above if very Damp it amiably located and Wea lately Recti tried As a stops st Tod. A no. 2. Two lot3 of it to Tjw i situate in East Leki nou near plan Grovo Road Fretke aug on Lebanon Talley Railroad Aud bounded ukr Ufret Alley of the West and property of sri Focht of the South being a desirable situation for business purposes on the Lebanon Valley rail ail no. 3, 4 Landing la tvs a situated on the South Side of Delon canal and a atom Pinegrove to fill being nos. 5, 9, 12 and 13, according to plot Laid out by executors of estate. Sale to come Renee at 1 o a clock M of said tit a when terms will be made known by Charles u. Meily Assignee of Geo Rob Reinoehl and wife Lebanon september 10,1862-ts. A Public Sale of valuable. Real estate will be sold at Public Sale on Tho Prem sob old South Annville township Lebanon county or Tho administrators of Cults than h stat Abr a ceased on Stltt Trasda a september 2$, 1862, the i blowing valuable real estate Viz no. 1. A Plantation or tract of land situate in South an Vilie towns Lebanon county pa., about one brillo from Carper a store near the horse shoe Turnpike containing 140 acres of first Quality Limestone land adjoining property of John l. Lostetter John Hostetler and no. 2. This farm is under Good fences Aid in a High shite of cultivation. There is running a fief through the farm convenient to cattle in every Field and barn Yard. A Well with pump of Good and never fail lug water of the porch. The improve moots Are a Largo double two Story Stone mansion House with two kitchens attach a in cd Wash House pig sty5, smoke House Lam Stone Bank. Barn 137 feet in length with 3 threshing floors and 4 mows Frame barn 50 pm 35 feet Wagon shed. Carriage House cider press Fine Applei Orchard tenant House and stable with running water a. This tract contains 36 acres of splendid Chestnut and other Timber Lanly of Large growth not to be surpassed. No. 2.�?a tract containing 104 acres of Good Limestone farming land under Good fences arid in a High state of cultivation adjoining property of Johnf l. Hostetter. John Hostetter Abraham. Stauffer Jacob Bachman and no. 1. About 1 24 acres of this tract is also the Best kind 1 of Fine growth. Chestnut and other Timber. the above tracts will be sold separate or together to suit purchasers. Possession Aud Good title we i he a Steen on the 1st Day of april 1863. A sate to commence at 1 of clock .5l, of said Day when terms will be Tnador known by a Benjamin Hoffer and inf of the estate of Christian Hostetter dec a. South Annville August 27,1862. Arty of Johnf a to. I lie largest Stock the Best assortment a a the choicest color the finest qualities the newest styles of foreign and Domestic fancy and Staple dry goods at the store of. Henry amp Stine. Books and stationery pm por my. And teachers Headquarters �ia�sa�3b&Quot we amp ii has removed has Toni oyed his Bookstore to Market Square Lebanon where May he had on reasonable Terras amp general assortment of school school two too ical and miscellaneous books of every. Description in a copy books ciphering books leather and paper bound pass books and every variety of stationery fax wholesale and retail. A window shades. A v a Large of variety Plain fancy stiff green.1 Gilt ill. Paper shades. A it neat patterns Plain Green Blue and Gill. Aleo the latest and simplest a a a a styles of fixtures. J2& Call and examine. Lebanon september 27,1860. Cloth Mantle and cloth Jacques silk mantles and so clues. Skeleton skirts Aud Spring Bathe ral Sun umbrellas Aud parasols a full assortments just received at the store of Henry k stink. Read made Amft Vinci will be sold at mire met v Zlote apr items a her one 6i>the firm of Raber k bros., a no a taken the Stoufe of ready made clothing at the appraisement which will enable him to sell lower than anywhere else can be bought. Call for yourselves before you make your fall Purchase. A three doors West from court Housa. Lebanon sept. 25, Ifil Josl Henry rarer. Hardware at Costi subscriber offers Uio Large and Well Sei eclat a Stock of hardware. P�t3c�s, out Braeu 1 a it Cost for cd st 4� parties who have settled their accounts to a pro 1, 1861, will be allowed a Liberal credit Oil a purchases -4�. Those Ali Olaye pot settled will find their accounts with a. S. Eilf Esq., for immediate settlement and Collet Tion. A m. Karmany Lebanon july 17,1861. A a a a. A f a Lilii. Amp Reading Railroad Lebanon Valley Branch my two daily passenger trains to read ing and. Harrisburg pass Lebanon going East to Reading at 9j.5 and 2.45 . Pass to Annoh going West to Harrisburg at 7.04 i 31. And 12.10 . At heading but la tray a make close Connexions for Philadelphia Pott Avillo Tara qua Danville Williamsport amp a. Morning train Only connects at ifs plug for Wilkes Barre Fittstown and Scranton. At Harrisburg trains connect with a norther Central a and a Cumberland Talley Rno Road for Pittsburg Lancaster Baltimore Sun Chambers through tickets to Laucy Ster in no. 1 cd re $150, to Baltimore $3 30 ,. 80 fit a. Baggage allowed to each passenger. The second class cars run with All the above trains., through first class tickets at reduced rate to Niagara Falls Buffalo Detroit Chicago and All the principal Points in the West North West and Canadas amp Udell Grant tick to at lower fares to All above places a Jinbo bad of App s action to the station agent it Cbaricrii. A through first class Coupon tic fiets. And Emigran tickets at reduced fare to All the a principal Points in the North and West and the Canadas. C03imutation tickets. with 26 coupons at 25 per cent discount Between any Points desired and mileage tickets Good Jor 2000 Miles Between All Points at $45 each for families and business firms. A up trains leave Philadelphia for beading Harrisburg and Pottsville at 8 a. And 3,30 and s Passengers Are requested to Purchase tickets before the trains Start. Higher Faras charged if paid la the cars. A a. Nic0ll&july 30,1862. Engineer and b new Cash store new Cio ods. And new prices. F. Swartz hereby inform the Public that dts Stock of new goods at to old stand of Swartz amp bro., Hall building which Wil be sold for Cash at prices to shit the Tinte. All Are a cited to Cali and examine of Lebanon april 10, 61�&Quot fashionable tailoring Dumova Hoffman would respect tally inform the citizens of a Banyn that he has removed his tailoring business to Cumberland Street two doors Baat of Market Street and opposite the Eagle hotel where Sill persons who wish garments Madof up in the most fashionable style and Best is Suiter Are invited to Call. T to Tai Loksa a just received and for Sale the and Philadelphia report of Spring Sunim a Fasly Juirl tailors wishing the fashions should let of fit sgt Robt a know of the fact so Liat he can make Quot his arrangements accordingly. Miguiel Hoffman Dubai of april 10,1861. A Bull lib ftotfce.-�?T. Imie undersigned hereby gives Public notice that he. X has amp Clas assessor of direct and excise taxes for the us iced states in the tenth District of Peru Sylvania comprising tue counties of Lebanon and Schuylkill. John Early. Londonderry Tow or Iii sept.i7 1862-4t. Bools Aid subscribers respectfully in forms his friends and the Public in general that he still continues the business of Boot and shoe making at is amp Iris this old stand a Inkret Street a few Days North of ter Street. Lebanon. Ills work is All Home made hence any one want Jug Good boots a fill s hoes will please give him a Call particular attention paid to so kinds of Furnace work. ,. As his work is he feels confident of giving satisfaction to every one. Irrig done Liat cannot he Surpas cd or this John n Weaver. Lebanon an Tisi 20,1862 a a filth fit to fits. Aji. Jul Csiky a is renin Jcj tailoring. . To so North Vainiu Street. 2 a Loor North .1. Ueo so s Toro Ami of Rociy , the court you we ill my in re a uni. a win ennui a it. A. Many Uriah Uisu of Ltd ill i a tiie Wiki and p is toe. Jol amp a. 1 Elt Al Parron Ngy car exc Mutru by orly a Aii ii and Vicinity. A kinds of stitching done on reasonable terms on one of j. 31. Singer h sewing Moc toe a work War ration and entire guaranteed. A ,july0.1661 a a a
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