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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 30, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaSitan a Glt in to sift. I amp co Cutz Cha to used a of Iasi to t0llow.�?� a Ltd a a bbsb1ik editor and proprietor Lebanon a. Wednesday september 30. Is83. 71m Era a a vat Lon of the Constitution. The but option of Tbs Union. And Tho tape Navy of the Lawi. Democratic state ticket. A for governor Geo. W. Woodward of Luzerne. Por. Judge of the supreme court Walter ii. Lowrie of Allegheny. State senator Daniel d. Boas of Dauphin county. Assembly. Henry Heilman jr., n. Lebanon township. Recorder and clerk Quarter sessions. William b. Kreider Cornwall. Register. John p. Umberger Lebanon. Cafera. Of the orphans court Hiram p. Seibert Jackson. Treasurer. William shirk Lebanon. Commissioner Jacob Albert Bethel. Directors of the poor Joseph suavely 3 yrs n. Lebanon township. Isaac Strup Penhale 2 yrs North Annville. Auditor Christian Hoffer Londonderry. Election a tuesday october Isth 1863 judge Pearson s charge. Do not misunderstood me on this subject. Men Bare the most unlimited right to condemn and if Yon please nil at the a rational administration end object to the manner in which it end acts Public affairs but not to decry the government under which we live or express Hopes or wishes Lor a dissolution of the Union the destruction or defeat of on armies the Success of the rebels or of the rebellion. The administration be May entirely condemn the government he is bound to Bop porn. Parties Wilt always exist in every free country and whether men Wilt sustain or oppose o particular administration is one in which there should Ever be the most perfect Freedom of opinion hut so Man or set of men has any right natural or political the overturn the government itself. He is bound to support and Anata in it. Let who will administer Ita affairs until the ruler can be changed under the provisions of the Constitution. There certain in can be no difficulty with persons of Ordinary intelligence drawing the distinction Between sustaining the government itself and sustain lug or opposing those who temporarily administer its affairs. The a a a latter is a question of party the form a goof pm Rio Iutin us Loose whole a a Batyr Obi Henry Heilmanjr. It i hardly necessary to follow up and Correct the falsehoods put Forth by the opposition against our excellent candidate for the Assembly Henry Heilman jr., of North Lebanon. He was nominated to the position he occupies on oar ticket not Only without solicitation on his part but entirely without his knowledge. He is no aspirant for of amp be but a simple Farmer an occupation he has followed All ii is Days an occupation also which Lias been that of his ancestors for generations. He is presented As the representative of the farming interest of this county. He is a gentleman of character and Honor acid noted for that straight Forward Strong common sense which will make him if he hould be elected a vastly Superior member to the dozens of others who t Alk much but think Little. All Asper mods upon the habits or character of or. Heilman Are Only discreditable to those that find their cause so weak As to be under the necessity of making them and hence As we said at the a commencement of this article unworthy of notice. Cd a Eton. My a Strone made a Moat admirable speech Bosforo the Junior democratic club of Lebanon on thursday evening of last week. The Jill was crowded although but imperfect notice bad been Given of the meeting. On tuesday evening of last week a Large meeting was held at the farm h Luse of Michael Fortna in North Lebanon township about 3 Miles from Lebanon. The attendance was Large. delivered by messes. S. T. Mcadam w. M. Breslin and John w. Har Busson. The revived Rose take a Rose a a fat is quite faded and after throw a Biggoms common Sulphur on a huffing dish of hot coals hold the Vise Over the fumes and it will become quite White. Then dip it into a Kasm Elf water and give it to any one telling him to put it into his d rawer it or a a and close the place tightly. Five or six hours afterwards 4eh Jim to open the Box and he will find to his astonishment instead of the White Rose he up there a Rose perfectly red a go Ferguson,, died of starvation. A splendid Monument a corps his grave and on it is Ritten asked for bread and. A a Gay a Naan. the finest us can her littered. Thaddeus Steven tee of the republicans said in his speech at Christiana last week. Quot the Union As it was and the Constitution As it is a. Otos Fox ibid it a a a will the abolition editors of Lebanon who shout so much about the the people should remember that when the principal of our state debt was40,000,000 of dollars it was found almost impossible to pay the interest and that now by abolition Rule the interest of the debt is almost equal to Wbamc the principal was then. Lot people reflect. Do refuses to . Philips. Killinger who was nominated for auditor by the abolitionists of Lebanon refuses them Tho use of his name. Or. K. Shrinks from the odium of association with the abolition. _ its and other treason amp a influences unionism of their party have the controlling that party. No Man who honesty to Lay Stevens speech before j ha8 any regard for his Good name their readers if republicans doubt should be found in such company. Tho correctness of this extract from a a a a Stevens speech we refer them to the a Tho following Are extracts Philadelphia press of last Friday in j the speech delivered by Hon. To which it no doubt slipped Accident Jokn w. Killinger in congre3son the tally. The most glaring deception 23 3 of mat. 1862 his present views the world Ever saw is attempted t0 a when compared with those he held be Practised this fall upon the Good then w511 astonish the people not a lit people of Pennsylvania by the Aioli tie. Why this great change time zionists under the cloak of unionism. They Are out and out against the Union and the Constitution while professing the most patriotic Devotion for them. We Trust that the Active and leading democrats of the several districts of this county will attend at the polls on the Day of the election. It is of the utmost importance that they should do so As Many a vote is lost by a neglect of this important particular. The opposition party have always their men there during the entire Day and the democrats should imitate their example. Go there Early and stay the whole by. Arrange your business beforehand. To amp to the address of the democratic state committee which we publish this week is especially addressed to those a who have returned to their Homes from the military service of our country a but it May be read with profit by every voter. Meeting in Ian so. Ule. Why this great change ? will Tell. A it is against sound policy to press such a total abolition of slavery As this Bill will suddenly effect involving As it i does elements of mischief and dissension. We Are now a unit on the War for the 1 Union while the South is becoming divided As our victorious Flag advances can we improve our condition by dividing our people and uniting the enemy ? we run the risk too of demoralizing that great army which is now in front of the enemy and under the inspiring War cry Olibe Union and the Constitution in codes name let Well enough alone let Union sentiments revive and strengthen and have Faith that Providence will Complete the work on our hands a we Are in danger of doing too much not too Little on this interminable negro question. We have already passed statutes without number to regulate it and after All it will require our heaviest artillery finally to dispose of it. It is in a fair Way of settling itself without further congressional intervention and if Only our agitators would join our victorious columns instead of distracting the Public counsels they might Render Good service in this behalf. But i have observed that pseudo philanthropists and Humbug Huj sanitarians never dose themselves with the physic they prescribe to their credulous a the people at Large sustain the War because they Hope thereby to restore the a Large and enthusiastic meeting of the democracy of Jackson and the adjoining townships was held at my Union and maintain the Constitution in its Erst own on Friday afternoon the original integrity. I am sure that our �5tb of Sopt. Be meeting was or a volunteers went into the Field with that Gani Zed by the election of the of lid purpose. Under that inspiring watch eng gentlemen As officers of the meet word we have raised our men and Mon car. By and can coif Tine to raise president Samuel Morrett. Xieo presidents William Olewine or. A d. Gloninger Samuel Goshert or Jacob Cooper Jacob tie Levi Wolferserger Joseph Heilman Michael s. Moore and Jeremiah Abbey secretaries Martin Manderbach a a. Donges s. object of the meeting was slated in a few pertinent remarks by John s. Bakaler Esq. The meeting was then addressed by Samuel t. Mcadam Esq., t and Hon. Myer Strouse member of Congress from this District. Their speeches were received with frequent shouts of applause. Great Harmony and enthusiasm prevailed at. The meeting. Before the meeting adjourned three cheers were Given for Wood Ward Lowrie the Union and the Constitution. For the advertiser. A Candor however requires me to say that in my judgment neither abolition nor confiscation in this sweeping wholesale Way will amount to much in the prosecution of the War or the speedy restoration of peace. In the present exigency hard knocks Are More effective than hard a the insane notion that the Constitution was made for per lace and can he trifled with in time of War is the most dangerous of political heresies and would involve us in All the horrors of anarchy and military despotism. And to wage a fierce and unending civil War in the inter est supposed or real of the negro race is against All my convictions of right and duty and i insist that the government has proposed Notich Lolly to the people. If it had the people would have been slow to respond but Strong in the Faith and fixed in the Assurance that this is a j White Many a War for National existence Shaeff Ebston sept. 25,1863. 2 a ple pm of stainu1 a a pm. I president in his policy and thus uphold editor to the democracy of the Honor and maintain the integrity of old Heidelberg held a spirited meet the Republic. I regret to see that a Large my on Rhu Raday last in on pleasant 1 portion of the supporters of or. Lincoln a. T 0r,, Kyj to longer give his administration and s. Achey who introduced Edward j policy a cordial support. Instead of Keener of Lancaster county As the st and ing by the chief of their Choice in . A a fru t _btre8se_d the his conservative and patriotic course they Quot a Quot Quot a run after the false gods which abolition has set up and prostrate themselves Befarah the juggernaut of negro worship a a no Man and no platform and no party can stand a moment before the hot breath of an indignant people in attempt to substitute the abolition policy and platform for that of Abraham Lincoln thus briefly i have endeavoured with out passion or prejudice to set Forth the reasons for the Faith which is in me i have passed that period in my political career when a fitful gleam of a passing notoriety can obscure my sense of duty or the fear of an unreasoning clamor can deter me from doing what i believe to be right. Meeting in an Able manner on the is sues of the Day and showed in unmistakable terms How our country prospered under democratic administrations. Hon. Myer Strouse spoke in most eloquent language in the German and held the audience spellbound to the Home truths he uttered. J. S. Bassier and s. T. Mcadam esqrs., also addressed the meeting presenting in Plain language the issues to be met this fall. There Are a number of republicans Here who will support Woodward being As they allege tired of such tienes As we have. No one can be deceived this fall if he Only reflects and acts accordingly. The draft is knocking at our doors and if the democracy should be unsuccessful no one can fathom the end of what is coming. Heidelberg. Ford he advertiser. Or. Editor our abolition friends held a meeting on Friday evening last. They brought two speakers from a neighbouring county to enlighten the people on the political issues of the Day but their whole performance was nothing but buffoonery and violent abuse of the democratic party which met with the Hearty approval of their friends. Frequent allusions to his satanic majesty were also made. There were some exceptions made in alluding to democrats such As Butler and Stanton who they said were still honest and True to their country. There was also a great Deal of talk about wild animals such As ele bahts wolves &c., and also about a Rotten Mackerel in the Moon and All such silly stuff. In my estimation one of the speakers was Yery . B. sense. Jackson. Or. Abolition poetry As published in the v Vorla in 1861, m the american Fla i. Tear Down the Fiann Ting lie i half Mast the starry Flag insult no sunny sky with hates polluted rag a destroy it be who can i a deep sink it in the Waves 11 bears a fellow Man to groan . The oaths taken by governor Andrew g Curtin when a joined the dark lantern or know nothing first degree. A in the presence of the almighty god and these witnesses 1 do solemnly Promise and swear that i will never betray any of the secrets of this society nor communicate them even to proper candidates except within a lawful Council of the order that i will never permit any of the secrets of this society to be written or in any other manner to be made legible except for the purpose of official instruction that i will not vote nor give my influence for any Man for any office in the gift of the people unless he be an american born citizen in a a Vor of americans ruling America nor if he be a roman Catholic that i will in All political matters so far As this order is concerned comply with tie will of the majority though it May conflict with my personal second degree. A a i Oftay own free will and Accord in in the presence of almighty god and these witnesses do solemnly and sincerely swear that i will not under on circumstances disclose in any manner nor suffer it the be done by others if in to prevent it the name sign pass words or other secrets of the <5egt?e a pet in open Council for to e purpose of instruction that i will support in All political matters for All political offices members of this order in preference to other persons that i will when elected or appointed to any official station conferring on me the Power to do so remove All foreigners aliens or roman catholics from office or place and that 1 will in no Case appoint such to any office or i place in my gift. I do also Promise and swear that this and All other obligations which i have previously taken in this order shall Ever be kept through life sacred and inviolate. Allt Bisi Promise and declare As an american to sustain and abide by without any hesitation or mental reservation whatever so help me god a j0@ can anybody produce a single distance where either a roman Catholic or an adopted citizen has been appointed to an office by governor Curtin during his administration 1 his oaths prevented him. Two Are sorry to see Republican associations of this Borough stealthily circulating documents which Are neither creditable nor honorable to themselves As Well As unfair to their opponents. One is a broadside entitled the a Olive Branch a which is calculated to deceive the people with Tho belief that democrats Are the authors of it. It is without Date or responsibility. They must themselves Havo a poor opinion of Tho Justice of their cause when they Are induced to thus practice deception and fraud. Or the Philadelphia age of monday has the following notice of Quot an address delivered by Jacob Weidle or Esq of this Borough before the Central club of that City on saturday evening last. Meeting of the Central democratic club a the address before tie Central democratic club on saturday night was delivered by j. Weidle. Esq of Lebanon a. Or. Weidle though a Young Man is a forcible and eloquent speaker. He dwelt upon the policy of the present administration and scathingly exposed its corrupt practices the evils which had come upon our beloved country could in his opinion have been Tota Ify averted had the abolitionists in their anxiety to accomplish their designs not spurned the Crittenden Compromise and those ills which were still looming above us could All be dispelled by overtures of peace being made by the party in Power. It was the Mission of the democratic party to restore peace and Prosperity to the land and on the Ostli of october with an overwhelming majority in favor of Woodward and Lowrie it would begin its glorious work. The character of the Man who Opp eased judge Woodward his trucking policy and want of nerve were All shown in their blackest. Lights by the speaker who for Over an hour unchained the attention of his hearers who uncomfortably crowded the club room. What they promised. A free prese a a free speech and a Freedom a a Protection to american Indus Tay a a Economy and Reform a a Good times for the poor Ninati and Tho rest of Mankind a Protection to state sovereignty and state institutions a a a return to the policy of the a obedience to the Constitution and Laws a peace Harmony and National a t what they Cave us. A muzzled a press a a free speech stricken Daw by mobs and executive Power a Freedom usurped by arbitrary arrests Bastile and Quot a american Industry a is Ono mjg and Reform lost sight of by the most recklessaii3 stupendous system of robbery party speculations and extravagance Ever known to the world. A Good times turned into the Slaughte of hundreds of thousands of our citizens Tho weeping of widows and orphans and untold misery and National woe a protect onto state sovereignly stricken Down a a return to the policy of our fathers turned into a co operation with the Devil. A obedience to the co Stilu Tion and Laws exchanged for military necessity tyranny and a peace Harmony and National Prosperity swallowed up in dissolution and Rivers of these men have the audacity to ask Jroud to vote for them again a Laio to punish is Well enough to put things in. Their True shape. Let us try it be it enacted by the gangrene of the United states to Bat by Ablott to Hitmi Man the age of Twenty and fury five who shall from any cause be too poor to pay three Hundred Dollar Ltd demand a Halle seized ind conveyed to theolor est military Post and join peed to serve in Tho ranks As a private sold Ier fur three year any pro visions in the Federal or Slute Cunti Tuituu not withstanding. 8��?o organize a we believe the democrats of this county Are As Well organized if not better than those of any other county in tie state. Still the organization cannot be too thorough and Oyer District which has not yet attended to this duty should do so at once. The election Day is rapidly approaching and the democracy of the county ought to presenta thorough and United front it the polls. It is certain that pennsylvanians already redeemed from the Thra Dom of abolitionism and that it is Only necessary to make a formal record of the matter on the second tuesday of. October next. Let is of five a Complete organization so that we shall poll every democratic vote arid help to swell the glorious majority that will be rolled up for Woodward and Lowrie. Organize organize democrats remember that the 2nd tuesday of opt Eber will soon be Here and that none should fail to be prepared to vote. The most important election Ever held in the state takes place then and every Man should be assessed and ready. Or colonel William m. Stone the administration candidate for governor of Iowa in a recent speech at Keokuk said a i adm meat this is an abolition War it was not Auch in Flie but the and Onmi iteration has d discovered Ahjit it could not sdbdu0 foe South else than by making it an abolition War and they have done so and it will be continued As an abolition War so Long As one slave at the South Tobe made free. I would rather eat with a Nigger drink with a Nigger live with a Nigger and sleep with r Nigger than a a no Copperhead As he Calis them cares about bleeping or eating with him he can have his preference. of you who have been drafted and compelled to pay Well do you think you have made anything by a change of administration would it not have been a thousand times belter for your country and for Ybur purse if both Lincoln and Curtin had been Defeated a this we believe you can now see. If so your duty will be very Clear at the next election. To be honest to your country and to yourself you must go to the polls and vote the democratic ticket. By doing this you will save yourself still further trouble and expense. Arrest of a substitute from Lebanon county whose name we did not learn was yesterday arrested in a House in South Street Between second and third by a patrol. He was brought to this place from Lebanon but on reaching Here made his escape and after hid i ing in different places he entered the i Yard of or. Grisinger in Raspberry Alley 1 and offered his wife forty dollars m i greenbacks if she would Only conceal j him for the night. This she refused saying that it would get her in trouble a and told him he must leave. He then applied to Grisinger offering him Twenty More but with the same Success the patrol was then seen coming up the Allee and the victim was caught while attempting to make his egress into South Street a Harrisburg Patriot and Union. 8 the Mist which hung Over the recent Battle in Georgia Between generals Rosencrans and Bragg has at length cleared away and despite every Effort made to conceal it is found to be a terrible defeat. The bravery of general Thomas Iii stubbornly holding out alone appears to have protected the shattered army and a Quick Retreat to the earthworks at Chattanooga the Field forty Cannon and thousands of prisoners being yielded up was Rosecrans salvation. The blame of this sad disaster must be put at the door of the authorities in Washington As affairs stand All idea of an offensive Advance into Georgia must be Given up. And Iris even extremely doubtful whether Chattanooga Ca n be held. The Telegraph already hints at a Retreat behind tie Tennessee River. This Battle whilst it has inflicted a heavy loss upon Ilie confederates has almost broken up the Federal army and it is extremely doubtful if Genera Rosecrans will be Able to begin any new operations until next Spring. Hood o f Lancaster county up to tuesday last received from 1,170 drafted men in that county the sum of #351,00 commutation Money. This looks very encouraging for a prosecution of the War but As Lancaster gives every year an abolition majority of 5,000 and continues Thaddeus Stevens in Congress it is but fair that it should be overlooked. 0�r Curtin a motto Tho words he used on the stump in,1854�?m us not be forgotten by our German fellow citizens. It is this a a dutchman is not like another person lie has two skulls and in order to gel an idea into his head you must first Mash one of his skulls a Andy used this language at a time when votes could be made by abusing the germans and Irish. North Lebanon steam la Rist Lii &ra1ni w a at Hoft 1iie undersigned will Pur abase All x kinds of go Ain such As wheat. Rye. Corn. Oats. A. St their steam Mill on the Umoto a canal for which the highest Market prices will paid in Cash. Alt kinds of customer work will be done at the shortest no Tiro and in the most �-1�?~ a factory manner. The Public is i Ltd Pec fully invited to give us trial. Felix Light a Gideon Light Davic l. L3gut. Nth Lebanon May 2. Is62. George Pfleger jr., attorney at Law office in rooms formerly occupied by or. Samuel Behm. Deceased. And opposite to the Black horse hotel. C wherland Street Lebanon. August 28, 1863. At sikh haying United in the Boot and shoe business and from their determination to be punctual and Mike none hut the Best of work they feel Ike soliciting n Lurge of Public patronage. They will always be found at their old stand new building in Market Street Nerly opposite a fido Rise s hotel where they will be ready to serve and please their customers. They have no on baud a Large assortment of boots shoes trunks. Caj1pet bags. Ac., which they offer sit reduced Price Jsu persons dealing at this shoe st0he, can Lee suited with ready-5� Ade Vokk. Or have it made to order. Satisfaction is always warranted. 4� particular attention Given to the repairing boots and shoes., Lebanon duly 3,1861a Tkins amp new Boot and shoe store is fitted of up Good order for comforts my convenience both for India und gentlemen. Atkins amp new Boot and shoe fitted up in Good order for Comforti id convenience both for i Ulitt and gentlemen. A tk1ns k Bug. Promise to be punctual and will in Al Al Devor t. Please All who May Call on them for boots and shoe. A attest jews a a Quot ust my 3e bus riff Vej a magnificent Stock of fall and whiter a hoods at the Weijo Jobje. A a a m groceries groceries. We have just Roc ezied from new York a fresh Stock of groceries such As. Mol Osset sugar Coffee Tea amp ice a we let by Oor goods a excl naively for Cash and Ore thereby always enabled to boy to a f c8 Towle amp Carlisle. Kendall a building Cumberland Street Lebanon la a. Lebanon sept.,23, 1863. Fancy furs fancy furs i to Coal dealers. X k0b0sals will be received at Trio truth ii Fiir irn i or school House on saturday the 3d Day of Odo Bery -�1 Lili ii i u.1 it to j Jor Del Perinar the Coal to All the school horn�., below 8th, South ride Philadelphia. S importer Mao fac Tutor o f and dealer in j ail kinds of fancy furs for Lari yes and child \ Reo i Wear. \ j wish to return my i thanks to my friends of i and this surrounding counties for their very Liberal a Lyonnie sex j _ tended to me Darin tiie a Ajust few years and1 would say to them that i now have in store of my own importation my manufacture u very extensive Assort tent fall the Dixie rent kind1 and anal tie of fan us it us. Jor ladies and children that will to worn during the fall and Winter seasons. Being the direct importer of All my a ins if pm rope and having them All manufactured under my own supervision enables Meto offer my customer and the Public a much handsomer set of furs tor ties fou Money. Ladles please give me a Call before purchasing please remember the name number and Street. John Fauk Iua no. 718 a Custre t i 11 id ill a sept. 10,1863 a amp a. A 1863, tor delivering the Coal to no. 718 Arch Street i in Bethel township. A. J. L. Meyer. Sec a. Samuel Weber Preat. Bethel township september 17,1863. A private Sale of Borough property Rimie us Beriber offers for ale the lot of ground on x Market Street Lebanon a a Square South 01 if if 1. West Side. 33 feet front by 199 deep formerly occupied Ullh by George Hess or. The improvement Are % two Story weather boarded dwelling House Ami other improvements. For further information and Terehs. Apply to a Georg 1 b Cash i Lebanon sept 9,18 53. Public Sale of valuable real a state w3 la a sold at. Public Sale on the premise in Cornwall township Lebanon county about i Miles from Lebanon on the Road lending from Lebanon to by s tavern. Near the Glorso shoe Pike on saturday. Of Toner. 3863. The following valuable estate i Jek. . On. Tract of land containing 94 Aeres neat Monquie of Good Limestone land adjoining lands of John amp David Hoke. Junob. Joseph and John Bowman and in sin Ith. Having erected. Thereon a Good two Story Stonk div i lung House st Une swe kor Baun. Another Large Bari i wit i Corn cub and w agon shed and other necessary out building a never falling Well of water w Ith pump near the House a Fino Stream of water past s through the premise near the barn. Orchard with Choice apples and All other pm dry of frit it on the premises tie land is under Good fences mid in a h High state of cultivation. About 0 al11j2m of Fth former is excellent. Woodland. This i one of the Banff Tuest Rhetor Pfnur Valley and a it ii worthy the attention of buyers. Possession and Good title will Law Giren in the 1st Day of april 1m&. Sale to commence at 1 o clock. A. When terms will to made known by the subset Iuar residing on the premises. Joseph suavely. Cornwall sept. 16,1863,. A Blank receipt for collectors of state. County and militia tax. For Sale cheap at the advertiser office. Also for collectors of school tax. A Oitt be. A a special meeting of the Stock holders of Tho _ North Lebanon and Manheim pm the Road and Turnpike company will beheld at the office of the company. In Cornwall township. Lebanon county on Friday the 18th Day of sept.,is63. All the stockholder Are requested to attend As business of importance will be tramp Nha cited. Go. Hoffman pres. Sept. 5, 1863. Special notice mad a poster s Carat Xvi Balsam a Tong tested the truth that there Are great principles Quot in Medicine a there h in science and Tobii a Sodicio v 1? compounded on principles sorted to tie manifold Ina 1 the cure of cold is in keeping open he Cream ing a gentle internal . It Tiff this 1 is canned by the be of this Medicine. a qualities Are based on Aasi to the wealthy a and vigorous circulation of blood through the lungs ? enlivens the mule and Fly sits the Ken to perform Quot it duties of regulating the heat of the system. And in gent by throwing off the waste substance from the surface of it he body it is not a rodent remedy but emollient i warming searching and effective. Sold by All drag a gifts at la a and 2o cents per bottle. I sept. 2.1863.a. A Quot Quot ? a rv#1 w a i. Tel a Hie disclose res secrets for the Milliou l a Moat valuable and won Derfus publication. A work.of400. Page. And 30-i coloured engravings. A Dot. He Nukk 3 add my a cum 1 an original and popular trdatian on mans mde woman. 1 their physiology. Functions and sexual. Do oilers of i every kind. With never failing to Elodiea for their. I speedy cure. ,? i has Loni?1 it Iwen. And peril is. In bounded. But at the ear nose a ouch to ten of num rops Persona. induced to sex tend ims Mcd incl usefulness tarring i the Media tar of his. Val h Micum. It is a Vot me that Alion lds be in t it the hands of every family in the land. A a of secret vices or As a guide for of a no of the most Varfui and destructive Ecoy Esever filled it imn kind. One copy securely enveloped will a a lid for i i warded free of Post go to any part of the it for 59 cents in p. O. Strimpa. Or 3captes for a. Adi dress Post paid or. Hunter. No. 3 division Street. 1 new Lork. A Fei ept. 3,18r3-�?-1 v. Seph and John it Ofa Quot t a a Public Sale. X\71 How told at Public Sale on sax Pat. Ivl a wife a a october Ista on tee Retuis Jim Noel Mikic a Joi att uses Ollion jr0f0sing certain amendments to the Constitution. Be it. Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the state of j it Sylvania in. General Assembly inet. A that the following amendments be proposed to the Constitution of the Commonweal Thiu accordance with the tenth article thereof 5 then nil be Ati additional Section to tie third article of the Constitution to be designated As Section Furr As follow. So wok 4. Whenever any or the qualified elector of that Commonwealth Lmh be in any actual military Eer View under a a Lotu Wishion from Tho president of the lofted slates or it by the authority of Tai common Wilth such electors May exercise Tho right of suffrage in a1 elections by the citizen under such regulations is Are or shall be prescribed by Law As fully As if they were present at their usual piece of election. A there shall in two additional sections to the eleventh snide of the Constitution to be designated As sections eight Aud nine a follows suction s. No Bill shall be passed by the Logi Slature containing More than one subject which shall be dearly exp roused in the title except appropriation Bills. Section 9. No Bill shall be by the legislature granting any Power or privileges that Lias Heel. Or May hereafter be conferred upon the Cohrt Sof this Commonwealth. John Cessna speaker of the House of representatives. John p. Penney. Speaker of Tho Senate. A a a. 1 �1 1 1 in is. The office of tub Secretary or the Commonwealth it Harrisburg july 1,1863. J Nnsylvania is i do hereby certify that the foregoing and annexed is n full True and Correct copy of the original joint Resolution of the general Assembly entitle i a a joint Resolution proposing certain amendments to the Constitution a As the same remains on file in this office. Id testimony whereof i have Hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the sect Clary office to be affixed the Day and year above written. Eli Slifer july 22-3mo Sec by of the Commonwealth. Notice. Few tvs is to notify All Carp enters end Cabinet make Wjk that no Bill for coffins will be paid by the direct Tow of the poor for poor Persone dying within a Circle of five Miles of the poor House As All such persons will be furnished with coffins free of expense on application to the Steward at the poor Louve. John k. Bowman Elias Walborn a direct be of the poor. Ge0.z1m m Klym an a j ma/2r, 186g._ y wanted to buy50 too by she a Rye of Usu. 60,000 bushels torn 60,000 Bushel. Oats 60,000 Uebele wheat. Also Clov Breed Timothy seed flaxseed for a bib the highest Cash prices will be paid at the Leb non Valley ski Drosd depot . A t. George Hoffman. Lebanon july Jet it jul. Of Pliz i Nso court Salt. Pursuant to an or tier of the orphan court of Leiv non Connie will to exposed to ale by pub lie Ven dim or outcry on. Thursday october 8. 1863. At i of clock p. M. On the premises. Inte the residence of Abraham Geib dec a. In South Lebanon township about 4 Miles from Lebanon. Mites irom Corn will. And about a mile South from Tite old read the Folly ring real a state Viz v a Flat Ilarion containing 121 acres Andje a pekci1f.s. Of and Huit Limestone sind. In the Best slate of cultivation. The in Iii it of in uts Are a heartier Hoard til log l a k la ing House a swamp a tzar feet a Long. Summer Alonse covered Cistern. Ten jul ant a omit Wagon shed and other necessary i a i a improvement a. Ydung Orchard ? w Titi pumps our of which is never failing \ running water so that Cuttle in very Field can reach it. About j 8 acres of 1 Woodland i 2 acre of whirl is che Etimet tin bar. Said land is and j joined by Rudolph Shaa Isaac Smith Peter Smith j and other. The Fence. A re All m Good person wishing to View the property will fall on the undersigned residing on the premise. Possession will j be Given of the 1st Day of april. 1894. Condition will j be made known on Day of Sale by i Samuel Geib j admin i stator of a Raboin Grib dec a. A a by tar com t 1 Andrew l1gut,clerk. S. Lebanon tp., sept. 2,1863. The following described real estate fifty one acres of land More or Lead. Three acres of which Are Quot of Odland. Situate in East Hanover town ship urn inn Ron nov adj Otong lands of Niel . Isaac Biever. And san it Chender. The improver. Ments Are a new two Story _ Brick a Gus new Hank bark and necessary out Beidl Nib a yet a a a Hocti and. To Sunda Good Fedeles Ait to a High state of cultivation. The Andis by m the neighbourhood and the property is altogether a de Urabalo one. Aast a Alc to con i Muno at 1 Rich cd. F on said Day we fun Cou ditmans will be made known by a Kayias Schneder. Executor of theh Tate of ii Kurt go Brett. Dec to East Hanover Jow ship. P�ptw2.18t�. As Guirit i court Hale. Orphans. Pursuant to an order of the info nor court of Lebanon co. Will be exposed to Sale by Public Ven -. Due or outcry. Of i. Thursday. October i. 1863, at i o clock. P m in certain it Lessie in be or tenement Lute Hie Enlace of Samuel Max tzar. Dee la it i Waii in Bouth a halon township. Lebanon cd it Uny a i boat t mile East from the Cornwall on rank adjoin my land of is Grumbine s. Snyder and it to Coleman containing i 2 acres and 5 perches More or Jess. The improvements Are n one Storr Frame. Weather boarded dwelling House and a stable nil sew. It is a very convenient Home for a Miner of the Cornwall Ore Banks. Sale will be held on the premises when terms p made known by Christian Bucher. Administrator. Also to the some time and place lied store Wood cd. Table clock. Water Bench. Cradle. Stan. B Heel narrow. Shovels scythe. Benches pick Aud Many other articles too numerous to be made known by c Veronica Mik tzar. S�l2,1863. No 1. A Cert i a us rant wfidh1�n, Atto Nhy at Law. Office. In Cumby Rhind a treet. A few of the Eagle Horci in the office late of his father capt John Wei Dornn do cd. Be Bayou. Sept. 9, 1803. Estate of Jacob Stoever Dee d. Executors Sale. Pro by sold at Public Sale on monday the �?~2nd Day a of . It. J1863, at to n Public House of Henry Siegrist. In the Borough of Lebanon the follow ing real property late the estate of Jacob Stoever. It East it or to wit no 1. A certain Stone Drelling House and Hack building and half or of ground Sitiar the in tic Borough of Lebanon a Forest id. Fronting Ltd i the eat Side of Market Street on which it extend 2 Rod Ami in depth to Doe Alley 12 rods bounded on the North by lot of mrs. A Soever. East by a Aid Alley South by lot of or. Geo. Ross Ltd ave get by said Murket Street with the there is a Good Frame barn on said and now a tie tenure of Tonry r. Hartman. No 2. A certain one and a half Story fit amp dwelling House Aud half lot of ground in said Borough fronting on the East Side of mar Ket Street on which it extend 2 rods and in _ depth to said Lou Alley 12 rods bounded on the North Fly Jot of a. Joey fans East by said Alloy. South by lot of George Strefeler and West by said Street w Ith the appurtenances and now in the Possession of Levi pfc Renner. A no. 3. A certain half lot of ground situate in Tlle Borough of North Lebanon fronting on the East aide of Market Square on which it extends28 feet and in depth 181 feet to an Alley bounded on the North by lot of Herman Rauch East by said Alley South by John h. Miller s lot and West by said mar Ket Etinne with the appurtenances on which is erected a Frame shop Ami now in. The tenure of gree Fisher. B Sale to commence at 1 o clock. P. When attendance Wilt be Given and terms made known by Charles f. Stoever a William 1l Stoever. ,. Executor of Jacob Stoever of Tom. Lebanon sep Fig 3863.. To the Public. The undersigned Ita Vang taken the Large and co match Rii nut hotel in Pott Vitie known As the fill Brotini or House would respectfully announce to his old friends and for b Luer patrons that he is prepared to Acom xxv. Date All Olio May favor him with their patronage. A the 3�ortimbb House has been newly papered painted and refer arshed the amp a ghost. And the Poi sri a tor feels warranted in saying Tamthi a a a a a a unsurpassed by any hotel of of tub Burough of 1-Dttsviue. For Comfort and Arrovo Nince. To pains will be Speed to Render it an Areca we Ard a Tonnini place Lor strangers and tra Vetera. The stabling and she dins attached to the hotel Are sufficient a Large for the a of the horses and Carriage a of i Irgusta. The hotel a now open for the reception of the Public. I Ott Suhle apri 8, is6s. Also. At the a Arae time and place will be sold a certain two. Quot tory double 11uick dwelling House and half lot or Gionni in said Borough fronts i lung on the North Side of Cumberland Street a a a on which it extends 2 rods and in depth to. Jog Alley about 12 rods hounded on the no to by said Alley. East by Henry t. Hoffman South by a Aid Street and West by lot or heirs of John Stine deed., with Theap hate Nance a As Tho property of the subscribers. Charles f. Stoever. To William u. Stoever. Lebanon sept. 23, 1sc3.. New Ca Biliet and thess fore and chairs Ever offered to the Public of Lei anon county. He Lias on hand at his Cabinet wan rooms to North Lebanon Borough nearly opposite i 11 Flor doors South of to rms s st Duilid Assort Aen of Good substantial and fashion Able Lari or. Can age and chamber furniture cot sifting of sofas tee , lounges. What not a in a re Centre per card and common table dressing an a common bureaus by huh Lei us. Work stands Wash stands and Al Tel -7w1p i1 furniture of All kinds. Also a Larne an elegant variety of for exch rack. St no Nas to /.?.�?�-. 7�ledw��r8m 1?idd�?~�?T apr inf seated Koeker. Alna w Musor Caner rated. Sri Coin Mon chairs and rockers of every Debacc feta Pic. Sack Eta 80 l0 to to a persons Derrom of knowing the character of the goods Here offered for ale can to rally Aat Islieb of thei y bar refer Nee to those for whom he has my a featured or to whom sold. -. A a a a my Ohlau armure and chains repaired and varnished. Co fans made and inn craps attended at the Norico. Joseph a Omav North Lebanon september Iff 1860. A a Corge Ollof Linaris Lebanon Codett Lauhn Dael amp co. Hope Dilding nos. 131, 133, 135, Duane Street new York. Arb prepared to receive consignment of Wool f and give their attention to the Sale of the same. Advances made if desired. Moderate rat oof charges for comm Isa ion insurance Aud brokerage. A july 1,1863.�?3m. Fashionable tailoring removal. Michael Hoffman Wonia respectfully info the citizens of Lebanon that he has removed his tailoring business to Cumberland Street two doors East of Market Street and opposite the Eagle hotel where Tel persons who wish garments mid Quot a ?. Quot if Ltd a it lilt Idab let style and Best manner Are in vital to Call. A a received and for Sale the n. York and Philadelphia report of Spring a summer fashions. A As a a Quot �?oh0.ld lbt the subscriber know of the fact so that he his arrangements a 10,1 Soi micu45l 1i0ffman Kaw sport Ati on % Lebanon Valier re it inuits it a will Bepari 1? Lela not Maliov Rati Roor sent daily to it and f m i Rodelph town Ida 1 a a stations an All % Otner cod for at the Lei id h a ssh a ,7 a freights. A a me am Batkins a a i s. A a a lion Loje. If a ,8tli5n 1 Quot it he a no in Only a k Cath Pron Wietin Schaefferstown and that i will Tam comfortably Andalea Sanlow is a him with a Call the Hou Bif and rho Trest. He Chatfi Ersina n r May 6 u63. A

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