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The -Freaks of Fashion.—Fashion is
,playing queer freaks this season. We
are down upon fashion. The moment
'the women folks get a satisfactory rig,
-and feel as if they had something to wear,
the fashions change. This lays all their
'toggery on 'the shelf A while ago a
dress couldn't possibly be got out of less
than sixteen yards of material. All
. 7 dresses so made-are not a la mode. Of
icotirse new garments must be made to
lake their places. The hoop skirt makers
.lare turning out their productions in a
:•new7style. They are making hoops df
dimensions -so -narrow as to puzzle bach
elors in conjecturing how ladies get into
them. They are of exceedingly small
circumference. We have seen a number
.on the promenade during the last few
'•days. The contrast to the outgoing lash
ion is more striking than pleasant. The
'skirt trails, the hoops are shaped much
-like glasses suspended to catch the smoke
of gas burners. They are bell like, but
;at the top very narrow. Hoop skirt ma
kers are selling their former "blocks" for
:kindling wood, and using the new shape.
Let us hope that the ladies will not adopt
them. For doing so, Eugenie merits no
thanks. Fashion this winter, with its
leather trimmings, austere hues, and cir
cumscribed drapery, is looking peniten
tial. The pocket books of heads of fami
lies—excepting those of gentlemen hav
ing army contracts—have looked 'so.—
The people who best know this, are gen
tlemen dr limited incomes with large fam
ilies of growing daughters. After all,
there is a compensating influence in sin
gle bedsteads and celibacy. In these
times the bachelor's pocket book escapes
'a great deal of squeezing.
JOUN L. BECKER.
,r • 4,3
HAS constantly on hand and for sale at his Cheap
Book' Store : on Walnut Street, between the Court
1 - 101198 and the County Jail, in the Borough o ILeba
non, a general assortment of all kinds of BOOKS,
STATIONERY, Sm. Consisting, in part el:Miscellane
ous and School Rooks, Blank Ledgers, Day Books, COBH
Books, Receipt Books, Pass nooks, Foolscap Paper,
Setter Paper, Note Paper, Enrelopes, Steel Pens, Black
and Red Writing Tott, Ac., Blank Deeds. Common and
Judgment Bonds, Yendue Notes, Promissory Notes, Ac.
ALSO, a large and general assortment of WALL PAVER,
Bonneas,lV mnow BLINDS, &e.. at low prices.
Re has also for sale a spldudid lot of l'uorocaArtuc
ALBUMS AND PUOTUORAPIIS.
All of which will be sold on the most reasonable
terms, to which he invites the attention of the public
Any Book or article not in the Store procured
at a few days notice.
JOBS L, DECKER.
Lebanon, 0ct.28, 1863.
ID UMBERS will do well by calling on J. H. BRESSLER
_C.) , Agent, as he Is prepared to do all kinds of TIN
ROOFING, SPOUTING and JOB WORK generally, at
the very lowest prices. He also has on lined a large
and good assortment of all kinds of TIN WARE. and
all of the most improved Gas Burning COOK.
STOVES and PARLOR STOVES. Also, all the
different and Le'test Improved RANGES, AND
HEATERS, of all kinds. He also keeps ccu
etantly on Imad a large stock of all kinds of ROOFING,
SLATE, which ho offers at ices price than they can be
bOught of any other slatemen in the county.
WARK-ROOMS—One door South of the "Buck
Hotel," Walnut Street, Lebanon, Pa.
Lebanon, December 25, 1851.
A New Firm.
Cheap Cash Store, and Milling and
rpitE undersigned having formed a partnership in the
MERCANTILE, MILLING AND GRAIN BUSI
NESS, would respectfully invite the attention of the
puldie 10-thoir'eztablislukicnts. They will confine to
keep, at the late stand of SIIEREZ, GEESAMAN
;LONG, a most complete stock of all..khels.of_GoOns
visually kept in a country store, which they will re
tail Cheap for CASH, or COUNTRY PRODUCE. They
also want to buy for cash
00,000 Bushels of WHEAT,
30,000 Bushels of. RYE,
20,000 Bushels of CORN,
25,000 Bushels of OATS.
Pot which they will pay the hibbest Market Prices.—
They will also take GRAIN on STORAGE. The will keep
always on hand and sell at the lowest prices, COAL, by
the Boat Load or by the Ton; all kinds of MILL FRED,
SALT, PLASTER, &n.
* They solicit the business of all their old friends
and the public, and will endeavor to deal on such
and just principles as will give satisfaction to all.
SUERS & LONG.
NorthLebanop, March 19, 1862.
voncE is hereby given that Letters of Administra
tion on.the estate of JACOB BROWN, dee'd., late
of Londonderry township, Lebanon county, Pa.. have
been granted to the undersigned, residing in the town
ship, county and State aforesaid. Thereforeall persons
indebted will please make payment and those having
claims will present them without delay. _
Dr, JOSEPH S. THOMF.
Londonderry tp., Oct. 7, 1863.—*
G. L. ATKINS & Bro.
HAYING united in the BOOT and SHOE Businnss,
and from their determination to be punctual, and
make none but the best of work, they feellike soliciting
slarge of public patronage. They will always he found
at their OLD STAND, (New Ilvittuao,) in Market Street,
nearly opposite if Rise's Hold, where they will be
ready to serve nod please their customers.
They have now on hand a large assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
OAREET BAGS, &c., which they offer at reduced prices,
*gip. Parsons dealing at tbis SHOE STORE, can be
stilted with READY-MADE WORE. or have it made to
order. Sualactiarz is always warranted.
Siff- Particular attention given to the REPAIRING
Boob; and Shoes. [Lebanon, July :3, 1.861.
• A TKINS & BRO.'S New Boot and Shoe Store is fitted
lA_ up in good order for comfort and convenience, both
for ladies and Gentlemen.
ATHINS & BRO.'S New Boot and Shoe St. reis fitted
up In good order for comfortand COLIVOIIitCICO, both
for Ladies and Gentlemen.
A TKINS & BRO. promise to be punctual, and will an
deavor to please all who may call on them for Boots
A FORTUNE FOR ALL?
EITHER MEN OR WOMEN 1!
NO lIIIMBCO, but an ENTIRELY NEW thing. Only
three months in this country ! No clap-trap operation
to gull the public, but a genuine moneymaking thing .
Read the Circular of instructiiM once only, and you
will understand it perfectly, A Lady has just written
to me that she is making as high as TWENTY DOL
LARS SOME DAYS f giving instructions in this art.—
Thousands of Soldiers are making money rapidly at it.
No person has to be urged to patronize it. It is a
thing that takes better than anything ever before of
fered Yon can make money with it home or abroad
—on steamboats or railroad curs, and in the county -
or city. You will be pleased in pursuing it, not only
because it will yield a handsom- income, hut 0, 0 i n
consequence of the general admiration which it elicits
It is pretty much all profit. A mere trifle is necessary
to start ,w1:1).
There is scarcely one person out of thousands who
over pays any attention to advertisements of this
thinking they are humbugs. Consequently those who
do scud for instructions will have a broad field to matte
money in: There is a class of persona in this world
who think that because they have been humbugged
out of a dollar or so, that everything that is advertised
is a 'humbug. Consequently they try no more. The
person who succeeds is the one that keeps on trying
until he hits cementing that pays him.
This art cost me one thousand dollars, and I expect
to make money out ofit—md all who purchase the art
of me will do the same. One Dollar sent to me will in.
sure the Prompt return of a card of instructions in the
art. The money will be returned to those not satisfied.
Address WALTER T. TINSLEY,
No. 1 Park Place, New York.
October 28,1883.-3 m.
m ita subscriber respectfully informs the public t h at
be has commenced a LIVERY STATILE nt his Do
tel, In Market Street, Lebanon. He will
„ always endeavor t,, furnish good horses
and vehicles, at moderate prices, to all de
siring the same.
Lebanon, October 21,1803
rpRE Books of Dr. D. D. 111AkISHALL, dec'd„ have
been placed in lily hands for settlement. with in.
etructioos to proceed against all persons indebted af
ter THIRTY DAYS NOME:. Persons interested will
please take notice. J. J. BLAIR,
Justice of the Peace, W. W.
Lebanon, Oct. 21,1803.
A N election of tbirteen Directors for the Lebanon
Xl.Bauk will be held at tho bankimphouse in Lebanon
on Monday the 16th day of November neat, between
the boura of 9 A. M., and 3 o'clock P. M.
By order of the Board.
S.A. lIIIINR, Outer.
Lames /Ma, 04Coloar 14, .
A GREAT BATTLE
Is soon expected to take place in 'Virginia. But not
with,:tnuding this, the people
And we would respectfull3• set forth our claim to
Because we keep a large 1V(.11-assorted steak of Cloth
ing on hand, which when examined, always please.
Because our Goods are made up, in our ONVII Bstah•
lishntent in the city, and in a manner that takes dawn
the country, and gives all Customers a city appearance.
Because, by the facilities we have in buying piece
goods, we arc enabled to sell our clothing 25sper cent.
cheaper than anybody else in this neighborhood.
We bare just received a largo stock of SPRING AND
SIMMER CLOTHING, and invite our Friends and
Customers respectfully to call nt
Opposite the Court Ilouse
Lehrman, April 24,1562.
New Cabinet Ware Rooms and Chair
ilbrket St., 3d door north of yie L. Tlaloy Railroad.
Largest lilanutietory and Best Assortment of
FURNITURE and CHAIRS, in the county.
1111 public is respectfully request
ed to bear in mind that at these
Were Rooms will be found the best - 2''' ' '? — '"'""""'" .
assortment of F eSITIONATILE and IIANo
sous FURNITURE aid CHAIRS. Persons in want at
any kind would best call and examine his stock before
purchasing elsewhere. Which (being all of his own
work) he warrants to be better than any offered in this
place. Prices will be towint than at any other place,
either in the Borough or county of Lebanon.
All orders promptly Attended, to, and speedily execu
ted at the lowest prices.
All persons purchasing Furnituce from him will be
accommodated by having it delivered to them, to any
part of the county, ERSE OF CHARGE, and without the
least injury, as he has procured one of the best cush
ioned furniture wagons. ' especially for that purpose.
COFFINS made to order, and funerals attended
at the shortest notice. IL;bauon, Sept.l3, 1860.
ELIJAH LONHACRE. JOHN G. GABEL
LB BAN ON
Door, asl and otraM Planing
Located an the Steam-Ilause Read, near Cumberland
Street, East Lebanon.
TILE undersigned respectfully inform
the public in general, that they ,„.
till manufacture and keep on hand. ""
Door, Sash, Shutter, Blinds, Flooring.
Wee tb er Boards, 0 Gee Spring
Mouldings, of all sizes, Wash Beards. Gating, Surbace.
Cornices, anti all hinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
for Houses. We aho construct the latest and most im
proved Stair Casing and nand Railing, suitable for
large and small bUildings.
We now invite Farmers,Mechanics and Builders to
call and examine our stoc k, which we will warrant to
glee entire satisfaction to all who may favor the under
signed with their custom.
LONGACRE & GABEL.
Lebanon, April 23,1802,
B. S.—There is also all kinds of TURNING at the
same Mill. Planing, Sawing, &c., promptly done for
those who may furnish Lumber.
Out-Lots at Private ga le;
WILL be sold at Private Sale,
8 ACRES OF LAND,
situated in Long Tone, near the borough line, in Corn
wall township. It adjoins the land of Widow Fulmer,
on the North, Vito-Atkins and John Krauss on the East.
There is a one story LOG HOUSE, weather boarded
erected on the land, and a good WELL in the garden.—
The land has fine stones for quarries. This tract will
make a nice home for a small family.
M. It is free from Ground Rant. Good title will be
given. ADA3I RITCHER.
N. B.—This tract is now covered with hue grass, baL
of which will be given to the purchaser.
Lebanon, June 13, 1360.
Hiram W. Rank,
FORMERLY of Jonestown, Lebanon county, would
respectfully inform his friends. and the public,
that be has connected hitnsel r with Mr. Lowea, in. the
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND SEOAIL BUSINESS;
No.llo North Third street, Phila.,
where lie will be glad to receive easterners, and veil
sell at rates that will prove satisfactory.
'Philadelphia, Nay 20, 18 O.
, 7 - , 2Titirty Day,
~,.: ~:, Eight Day,
.1,.: * •- ft Thirty Elour,
:: /0 - : ,
i r - - - 4 xii CLOCKS
:..t just Received at
i , t J. J. BLAIR'S Jewelry Store.
*T - av,70.44: Lebanon, Pa.
DAVID S. LONG
July 3, 1361.
SOO C. CARMArvy, . 800
South-West corner Eighth and Chestnut,
AIANDEACTURER AND DEALER IN
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
TUE LATEST STYLE OF
Cravhlls, Scarf, Neck-lieta:c
l'hiladelphin,july 13, 1863.-6ul.
READ YITIA DE CLOT/SING
Will be sold at
Exirentety Low Prices.
II ABER, one Of the firm of Bober it Bros., has
taken the stock of Ready-made Clothiug at the
eppraisement, which will enable him to sell lower Ilion
anywhere else can bo bought. Call and see for your.
selves before you make your Rill purchase.
11:9... THREE DOOItS WEST FllO3l COURT HOUSE.
Lebanon, Sept. 25, TS6I RARER.
nom: and 1 41(';Inne Stem
JACOB RIY,DEL respectfully in
forms the public that he still contin
ues his extensive establishment in
Wk. wilNit his new building, in Oumberlandst,
where he hopes to render the same
satisfaCtion as heretofore to all who
may favor him with their custom. Ile invites Merchants
and dealers in BOOTS and Sllol3Sand every one who
wishes to purchase fashionable and, , darable articles in
his line, to call and examine for themselves, his large
and vaned stock.
Ile is:determined to surpass all competition in the
manufacture of every article in his business, suitable for
any Market in the Union. A due care taken in regard
to materials and workmanship; none bt the best quali
ty of LEATHER and other materials are used, and none
but the best workmen are employed
P. S.—lle returns his sincere thanks to his friends for
the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on him.
He hopes by strict attention to business and endeavoring
to please his customers, to merit a share of publie.pat
ronage. flebanon, July 3, 1861.
BOOKS & STATIONERY
AN V FIRM.
WALTZ t HOUCK
vi r ° e ll ot i Lira p t i ed ' t t i l Le e IL " o l k ic •in i t i r 4t l r i tt " e g ry b,° a l lts m a jd r
U. 11. ltoedel nod George Waltz, they are now prepared
to wait on all who will favor them with a call, at the
old stand (11. 11. Rootlet's) in Cumberland street. where
they will always have on hand a large and well sm
lected supply of School, Blank and Sunday School
Books, and as an inducement they offer their Jl iseella
neous books at greatly reduced prices.
The New York and P iladelnhia Daily and Weekly
Papers, and Magazines, can be had and subscribed far,
on reasonable terms, by calling at their Store.
Anything wan thug in their line will be cheerfully at
tended to with promptness and dispatch
Lebanon, N0v.12, 1862.
George IN o ffinans
• 1 OftEgIII7IMOIII9 A
• -• ...
RANSPOBTATI ON LINE.
By Lebanon Valley Railroad.
MORT/CO . I.AR attention will he paid to Goods shipp.
ed by the Waimea Valley Railroad. Goods will be.
sent daily to and from Philadelphia to Lebanon, Myers
town and Annville Stations, and all other points in the
FREIGHTS contracted for at theleast possible rates
ant delivered with dispatch.
The Proprietor will pay particular attention to. and
attend personally, to the receiving and delivery ouch
For information, apply at his Office at. the Lebanon
Valley Railroad Dejot, Lebanon.
EDWARD MARE. his Agent in Philadelphia, will al
ways be found at W. H.73u81e.1 firerchaut'S Hold, North
July 11, 'OOl GEO. HOF AN.
CLOTH, WOOLEN CLOTHING of all colors, dyed let
Black or Blue Black, pressed, the color warranted
and goods turned out equal to new, by
Aar Articlas to be dyed can be left at Jos. L. Lember •
ger's Drug Store where all orders for the above will be
attended to. [March 11, 1803.
Philip F. Wean
FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
ON Cumberland Street, one door Nast of
the Black li orse hotel. Thankful for the
very liberal patronage extended to me fur the abort time
I have been In business, I would respectfully solicit a
continuance of the patronage of the p lie.
e has at all times an assortmenf of BOOTS and
SIIOES of his owu manufacture on hand, which will be
disposed of on reasonable terms.
FINE BOOTS, LADIES' GAITERS, as
Those desiring a neat, well made article, are invited
to - give me e trial. Cbildrens' Sloes of every A bariety
and color on hand. }Leavy work made to order.
Atay- All work warrAted. Repairing neatly done and
charges made moderate. Lebanon,July 3,1861.
Red Lioii Hotel.
Shaefferstown, Lebanon eounty Pa.
Michael K. Keath, Proprietor.
rinnE subscriber respectfully informs the public that
j_ he has taken the above centrally located Hotel,
in Shaeffertown, and that he will be happy to enter
tain, comfortably andpleasantly, all who may favor
him with a call. The HOUSE is large and commodi
otia, and the STABLING of the very best kind. Ills
Table and Bar will always be ;supplied with the kies
arid choicest. Hi solicits a share otitis public patron
M. S. HEATH.
BbiefferstoWnOday a MO.
LEBANON VALLEY INSTITUE.
AT ANN VILLE, LEBANON COUNTY, PA.
TV. J. 13 UIR N,SI DE, A. M., Principal.
1 , 11 13 ENSUING SESSION will commence on
MONDAY, July 21st.
Tll SCIIOOL has the advantages of a pleasant and
beautiful Location—spacious Buildings—Ventillated
I,lnoins—a fine Library and Cabinet.
TUE COURSE OF STUDY is not fixed, the studies of
each pupil being directed according to the tune ho cau
rdtord iu School, or to the profession he designs to pur-
THE NORMAL DEPARTMENT offers special advan
tages to those who propose to engage in Teaching; as
the Course pursued conforms strictly to the require
ments of the County Superintendent. and to the Course,
of the State No; mat School.
tr 2,.. CIRCULARS and failher information mut be ob.
tabled by addressing the Principal.
Lebanon Female Seminary
RACHEL F. ROSS, Principal.
:JULIA ROSS, Musical Department.
Mrs. M. A. J. JIMISON, Drawing.
pin; Ninth Session will commence September 3, 1660.
I This School is designed to elevate the standard of
female education, and to offer superior advantages at a
moderate cost. The school year is divided into two
sessions of five months each. Charge per session, from
7 1 4 to 15 dollars, according to the studies of the scholar .
Extra for Music, French, Latin, and German.
*** Particular attention given to the musical depart
ment . Instructions upon the Piano, Melodeon and
Guitar and in Singing. Pupils not connected with the
School will be waited upon at their homes, when do
sired, and at the usual rates.
Early application anduld be made to
S. J. STINK. or
J. W. NISH.
Doan! of Directors:
D. S. HAMMOND, S. J. STINE,
JOHN MEIL: . J. . MISII.
C. D. GLON R, C. GREENAWALT,
ISAAC DEC .Y, JOSIAtI FUNCE.
Lrbauon, Aug. 21, 1561. _.
TO . THE PUBLIC.
The undersigned having taken the Large a nd .Comuto•
- (Hose Hotel. In Pottsville, known Ile the
3.lonm:foil ER HOUSE,
Would respectfully announce to li is old friends and for.
mer patrons that lie is prepared to IVA:0111111‘).
date all who mar favor him with
The :VEORTINIBIt BOUSIi has been newly volpered,.
painted, and refurnished throughout, and the PROPRIE
TOR. feels warranted in saying that It Is
'UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOTEL IN TIIE
Borough of Pottsville, for comfort and convenience.
No Pains will be Spaed
To render it an agreeable and comfortable stopping
place for strangers and travelers.
Attached tii the Hotel. aTre su f ficiently large for the ac
corium:dation of the horses and carriages of
The Hotel is now open for the
_Reception, of the Public.
etc,. Ile will be happy to accommodate all who me)
give him a call. JOSEPH PEGER,
Pottsville, April 8, 1863. Proprietor,
itleatual Fire Insurance Com
pany of A nnville,
LEBANON COUNTY, PENN'A.
Fr HIS COMPANY was incorporated, March. 1850, and
I is now in full operation and ready to make insur
ance on Dwellings, and other Buildings, on Furniture,
awl Merchandise generally. Also on Barns. Contents,
Mock, Farm l mplemente. &c., on a Mutual Principle.
John H. •Kinports,
Joseph F. Mats,
William Early, , jr.,
George S. Somgardtier,
I. D. A. Garman,
John D. Delver,
Daniel S. Early,
JOHN ALLIVEIN, President.
uncicen Mum, Treasurer.
JosEmt F. 3.1.t2z, Secretary.
Samuel Seabold, Traveling Agent.
Jacob Sell notterly, Agent, Frederickebnrg.
Aunvine, March 5, 1552.-Iy.
Ornamental Iron Works.
WOOD & PEROT, 113 E Ridge
OFFER for sale upon themost favorable Terms, new.
and BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS in great variety of
IRON RAILINGS for cemetaries..Residences, Ac., of
Wrought and cast Iron, and GALVANIZED IRON end
BRASS TUBING ; IRON VERANDAHS, BALCONIES,
STAIRS. COUNTERS, FOUNTAINS, GATES, COL•
UMNS; HICHING POSTS. LAMP STANDS, VASES,
TABLES, FLOWER STANDS, SOFAS, Crl AIRS, STAT
UARY. ANIMALS, and all other Iron Works of a Dec•
orativi character. Designs forwarded for selection.—
Persons applying for same, will please state the kind
of work needed.
Sept. 1. 1863.-3 m
riinis is to notify all Carp nters and Cabinet makers
that no bills for coffins will be t aid by the Direc
tors of the Poor for poor parson:, dying with in a girds
of Rve-nriles of the Peer llnuse ; as all such pebons
will be fora isLed with Conine free of expense on appli
cation to the Steward at the Poor
JOIIN E. BOWMAN,
But AS .W.A.1,11011,N. ;Direr
,ON,O. ZUVI:6O4 q I AN, „I
Adini nisi ra tors Notice.
jormE is hereby given that Letters of Administra
tion on the estate of CATHARINE J. MURRF.Y
ded , late of the borough or Lebanon, Lebanon coun
ty, Pa , have been granted to the undersigned. residing
in Union township, county and state aforesaid. There
fore, all persons indebted to said estate will please
make payment , and those having claims will present
them without delay,to the undersigned.
WU. W. 'MUMMY, Administrator.
Pit ERC HA INT TA I LORING.
SS. DAcl SAY; M Funek's building, corner or
beziand street and Doe alley, has on hand and
for sale, either by the yard or made to order, a large
wen :Falcate() from Good Homes. Good . Pits and sub
stantial, making guaranteed to 'all. Also Handker
chiefs, Cravats, Gloves. Hosiery, Suspender* Fancy and
Plain Linen Shirts, Under Shirts and Drawers.
(Amnon. A-prir D. ISG9
NEW CABINET AND
R 014. 4 ( 17111 C TORN'
Tuu subscriber respectfully informs the publiethat
ho.hee the largest and best assortment of FU RNI
TORE and CUAIRS, ever offered to tlie public or Leb
anon county. Ile has en hand at his Cabinet-Ware
rooms, in North Lebanon borough, nearly opposite
'teller's Hotel. and a MO doors south of Borguer's, a
splendid assortment of good, substantial and fashion
able Parlor, Cottage and Chamber FURNITURE, con
sisting of Sofas. Tete ti-tetes, Loniges, What-note, Par
tor, Centre, Pier, Card and Common _Tables;
Dressing anti Common BUREAUS; Bed
steads, Work-stands; Wash.stands,and K itch
- en Furniture of all kinds. Also, a large and
elegant variety of FauNcit BACK, SPRING SEATED Chairs,
Common Spring.seated Chairs; all kinds of Spring.
seated Rockers. Also, Windsor, Cane-seated, and Com
mon Chairs and Rockers of every description.
123 k. All Goods sold LOW andWARRANTED to give
,Persons desirous of knowing the character of the
goods here offered for sale. con he fully satisfied of their
durability by reference to those for whom he has man
ufactured or to whom sold.
Old Furniture and Chairs Repaired and Tdrnished.
N. B.—Coffins made and Funerals attended at the
shortest notice. JOSBNI BOWMAN.
North Lebanon : September 19, 1690.
Of the cheapest and Best Goods
EVER, SOLD IN LEBANON!!
oots,hoes, Hats, Caps, &c
rw, undersigned has opened one of the BEST AS
It ILA L T . s , v a lg i Bi i )dl e ' , SS 140 E . S i T ai l U k il , l i i d S s , , ni
1 anti of the best natterials, 'which he will/le.
melt at-prktes to recommend them to purehu
st4rs. Of the BATS he has quite a variety of New
Styles, embracing the Washington, Stanton, Burnside,
Dnpunt, McClellan, Stringham and Zilonitor Bat, very
beautiful and very cheap. Of CAPS he has a complete
assortment of all the New Styles, got up in superior
manner. with fine finish ; Womma's Misses' and Chil
dren's Belmont's, Gaiters. Congress Boots, Slippers,
and all other kinds; Men's and Boys' Balmorals, Ox
ford Ties, Washington Ties, Congress Boots, and all
other .kinds worn by them, including BOOTS and
SLICES, of the different varieties, at his cheap Store in
Walnut St., next to the County Prison.
irsy- Thankful for the liberal encouragement of the
public heretofore, I would incite all wishing, anything
in my Hoe to call and examine my-stock before making
their purchases. JOS. .60101 AN.
Lebanon, April 2.1,1562.
P. S.-151easures tiken and work made at short notice.
Saddle and liar ss" Manu
THE undersigned has removed .
his Saddlery end Harness
Manufactory too few doors South %/e/40
of the 'old place, to the large room t'r
lately oecupied by Billman & Bro., as
a Liquor store. where he will be happy to see all his old
friends and customers, and where he has increased fa
cilities for attending to all the departments-of his busi
ness. Being determined to be behind no other estab
lishment in his abilities to accommodate customers, he
has spared neither paitni nor expense to obtain and
make himself master of every modern improvement in
the business and secure thweervieee of the best work
men that liberal waves would command. No will keep
a large stock on hand, and manufaUturoitt the short
est notice, all descriptions of lIARNESS, such as Sad
dles, Bridles, Carriage Harness, of all kinds; heavy
Harness, buggy Wisf,os of the best manufacture, Buf
falo Robes, Fly Nets, such as Cotton,
and a nmv kind lately invented; WAIL'S of every
kind, such as Buggy Whips, Cart Whips, .&c.; Hawes
of all descriptions. Halter Maine, homemade' Traces,
&0., all of which be will warrant to be equal to.
any that can be obtained in any other establishment
in the country. Ali be asks that those desiring any
thing in, this line, should call at his place and examine
-stobk.,/ , He. feels the fullest confidence hi his ability
to five entirettatisfaetien.
so, All orders thankfully received and promptly at
ended to. SOLOMON 03161T.11.
North Lebanon Borough, Aug. 12,1862.
IN MEDICINES QUALITY IS OF
D. S. RABOR'S
Ibis been removed to his New Building on Cumberland
'Street, opposite the Eagle Buildings,
s MLLE subscriber respectfully announces to his acquain
t i 1 tances and the public in general, that be has
ntly ou hand a large stock of
DRUGS, • PERFUMERY,
CHEMICALS, . • • DYE STUFFS,
VARNISHES, t. . TURPENTINE',
GLASS WARE. "RUSHES ,
HAIR OILS, EXTRACTS,
Burning Fluid, Surgical Instruinents, Toilet Soaps. Se
gets, Tobacco, &c.AN. a variety of Fancy Articles
'too numerous to mention, which he offers at low rates.
and Warrants the gintlities of the articieS as represent
ed. Purchasers will please remember this, and exam.
log the qualities and prices of his goods before porches
irrielsewhore. ilkirl'hygician'a prescriptions and fam
ily recipes carefully compounded, at all hours of the
day or night, by calling at the Drug Store, opposite the
On SUndays the Store will be opened for the corn.
pounding of prescriptions between the hours of 7 and
10 o'clock, A. 31., 12 and 1, and 4 and 5 P. M.
Lebanon, Aug. 13 1862. DAVID S. 'SABER.
TIIE EARLY PHYSICAL DEGEN ERACY
A' , ATERWANPEOPT F
Just Published' by DT. A. STONE,
Physicien to the Troy Long and Hygienic Institute.
A Treaties n tkic CAT. ~ y; ni of
of the Pour
This warlt " is one- of high moral tone, written in
eltast"e, yet thrilling language, nod appeals direvtly to
the 'moral consciousness of ALL PAR ANTS a ntlGuard
espenialjy, detailing ; scientific and rttliabie dain and
It willsnasent by nutil'cm the receipt of tire i':3) cent
Parints it'd Guardians! Fail not to seed and
obtain thiabookr -
Young men! Fail not to send and get this book.
Ladies You too Fbould at once secure copy
of this book. .
. . . , .
A word l e.f Solemn Conscientious Advice to those',
,-•..., ' .Who will reflect. . '
loess of maladies prevail to a fearful extent in the
community, dooming at least 100.000 youth of both
sexes annually, to au early grave. Those diseases are,
very imperfectly understood. Their external manifes
tation, or symptoms are Nervons Debility, Relaxation
and. Exhaustion; illaresinne or wasting and eninfillnie
lion of the tissues of the whole body ; shortness of
breathing or hurried breathing on ascending a hill or
Right of stairs; great,paßitation of the !kart; , Asth
ma, Bronchitis and' Ore,,Throat ; shaking of the Hands
and Limbs ; averoitin'to'sdelety and to business or stu- 1
1. dy ; dimness of eyeoigh4,l6ini of memory, dizziness of !
the Dead,,Neurnlms. Pairixt,various parts (Attie body;
Pains in the back oi. lieibSailitindingo, Diatiensin or in- i
digeStion, irregularity of the bowels, deranged seem- I
lion or the Kidneys' and other glands of the body, as. I
1 Lencorolima or Flour Albus, Sc. Likdwise Ilpilep!y,4.'
hysteria and Nervous Spasms.-
Now ie ninety-nine cases out of every one hundre - ,,'
all the obeyed named disorders, and a ho4t of otheii ,
not minted, as consumption of the Lungs end that most
insidinuund'wily form of Consumption of tine Spinal
Nerves, lrnown as Tidies Dorsales, and Tubes Mcsenter
ice, have their seakimd origin-in diseases of the Pelvic
'Viscera. — Bence thi;wantof success on the part of old
school practice In tr• tiling symptoms only.
Dr. Andrew Stone, Physician to the rtoy Lung an i
'Hygienic Institution. Is now, engaged in treating this
class of Modern Maladies with the must astonishing
success. The trestle nt adopted by the Institution is
new; it is based upon scientific principles, with new
discovered rented ice, without minerals or puisons.,Tl e
thellities of cure are such that patients eau be cured at
th e i r h o mes, in any part of the tam u try, from accurate
descriptions of their case, by, letter; and have the med
gen t, by midi or express. Printed interrogatories
will be forwarded on application.
Consumption, Catarrh and diseases of the throat
cured 118 well jet the Dente of the Patients AS at the in-
stitation, by seeding the Cold Medicated InnAuxo
Dsr.ssano - VAPORS, With inhaler and ample difections for
~their use and direct correspondence.
4Cil - Patients applAng for interrogatives or advice
must enclose retartrofaltips to Meet attention.
.13 s The attending-1 hysician will be found at the
Institution : fur cOnsultation, from 9 a: m. to 9p. tn.,
each day. Sunday _!n the floutoon,
Address ANDREW STONE,
Physician' to the Troy Lung and 'll ygienic Institute.
and Physici tit fur Diseases of the heart, Throat and
Lungs. 96 Fifth Street; Troy, N. Y
Corner. garket and Chestnut Streets, Lebanon.
JOHN . 14ATT11E5, Prol)rictor.
1r,,,m0 t.k.,tlyrel.tborra Stand. I.4,,ecnpled by
Dlr. LEONARD 7AMMEEMAN. Will spare no pains to
make the ritvelin' , -Public who stop ;it it, perfectly
comfortable, and Itirite - all to give' nie a trial. The
Howse is large arranged._ The Table supplied
with the bestreasontible edibles; the liar steed with
the choicest Liquors, and the Stabling large and com
modious. JOHN DIATTELES.
Lebanon,. April 9,1862. _
For Sale or xehan...e
riTIE undersigned will sell, or exchange for a SMALL
FARM, his desirable House and lot of Ground, in
East street, Enst• Lebanon. : The llouse is a
!!! now two-story BRICK - with Kitchen attached,
"H. all well built and well arranged with alt banes-
Bury conveniences. Also Cistern,Bath house,
Smoke House. all lands of Fruit Trees,. 4:c., on the
premises. This property it not gold. will be exchanged
as above. Good and indisputable title given, Nor fur
ther inferamtlen apply to
JAMES N. HOURS, Tinsmith.
Lebanon, July 16, 1861
NEW AND CIREAP STORE
underaigned would rePpeetfully inform the eit
j_• jeans of Lebanon and vicinity, that he has entered
BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS,
In Mama Street, fire donee Smeth. of the Buck lintel
Lebanon - , Pe.
~. where bekeeps on
haini is large and well
• 1 assorted stock of all
kinds of BOOTS and
SHOES. Lie will
ailihisa ' ‘lig " make to order all
-->-= - kinds of BOOTS and
SHOES, and at very
short notice. He al
'r..-='''-' .7;-<-- so keeps on hand a
-:- ---,....,,,,, largo and well-assort
ed stock of LEATHER, such as RED AND OAK SOLE
LEATHER, CA L 6 AND KIP SKINS, MOROCCO AND
FANCY LEATHER, KID, LININGS, ROANS, BIND
INGS, Ac -'
and till kinds of Shoemakers' TOOLS AND
FINDINGS, Mich as BOOT-TREES, LASTS, BOOT
CORDS and WEBRS, AWL-BLADES, KNIVES, Pox.
'CUES, HAMMERS, PINCERS, RASPS, TACKS.—
Constantly, owland an assortment ofrastlngs, Threads,
Shoe-nails, Peg-breaks, Sariti-stones,`Pegs, Bristles, Kit
and Shoe Tools of every description. Having been en
gaged in the business more than twenty years, he feels
satisfied that be San give :satisfaction to all who will
- favor hhal, with ti'esdi.' Shoeniakers (rem the errantry
will do wall by calling on WM before purchasing else
where. SAMUEL HAMS.
Lebanon, Nay 21 1882. . -
j L. LEMBERGER, Graduate of the Ma
t/ delphia College of Pharmacy, offers to the
citizens of Lebanon and surrounding country.
a PURE selection of Drugs, Medicines and
Chemicals, and the first quality of Perfumery
a nd Toilet and Fancy Soaps, embracing, the
h e st manufacture in the country, and a large
variety of Tobth Brushes, Nail, Flesh, Clothes
alld Mfr. :Tirushes. Pocket. Toilet and Fine
Combs of Ivory, Shell, horn and India Rubber.
PURE SPICES. PURE SPICES.
Pure whole and ground Spices are offered for
sale in large and small quantities at
' • WrIPERGER'S Drug Store."
G A R D E N SE E D S )
Ton will find a full assortment and 'a late',
variety of FRESH Garden and Flower Seeds ati
LEM lIERG ER'S.
Condensed Lye, Concentrated Lye, Soda Ash,,
and Potash in large and small quantities at
LEMBERG ER'S Drug Store.
Washing Soda, Baking Soda, Pearl Ash, Sal.'
era tare, Creantref Tartar, all pure, and for sale'
in laige undsmall qizautitiee at r
L EMS ER.G ER'S Drug Store.
If you are in want of good Washing Soap,
purO white or red.Castile Saapi-Conntry : ,SOAß,
Evasive Soap.to remorif.grerasti Spots, :64E410
Sharing soap, buy the Same rat
LE 31 BERGER'S. •
Do you want a good flair Tonic? something
to make the hair grow; to cleanse the head, and
to prevent falling on t of the hair; if you an
Call at LEMBERG ER'S. •
•if..o_ TRUSSES! TRUSSES!
The afflicted are requested to mill and exam.
Me my stock of Trusses, Supporters, itc., com.
prising a variety of Manufiteture.
im"Marsh's" Genuine "Improved Soil Ad.
justing Pad Item." •
'Marsh's" Ottoman ial Eta nalige. • •
An.irrakiiade artiale for the purpose.'
If you *rein *ant of any, of the above, you
can be suited at
I,EItIBERG'BR'S Drug Store.
Pure Ob O . Catawba 'Brandy,
The genuine article for Medicinal PurpoSes
to belied in all its Purity at
LEMBERG ER'S Drug Store,
Opposite the Market Muse.
Anything you want that is kept in a well'
conducted First class Drug Store, can be, cure
ished you by ' '
Chemist and Apothecary.
Feeling thankful for the very liberal patron
ago thus far rebeivod from ttto Physicians, Merlchants,
chants', and Citizens Of Lihimon • and surronntl-:
ings, Lagain solicit a share, proinislng to use
every effort to please all. •
M-Special attention given to PtiTstcts,Nisi
PRESCRIPTIONS and FAMILY RECEIPTS, and all ,
medicine dispensed Warranted Evnill, always
AS good as can be obtained anywhere, and sold
to suit the times. Remember the Address,
JOS. L. LEMBERGER,
Druggist, Chemist and Apothecary,
Feb. 15, 1880. Market street, Lebanon, Pa.
WHOLESA-LE AND RETAIL
r-rtiv cauits of iferyous Dc
_btlity l Consumption and MarttFums.
narket Street Hotel.
THE ALL SUFFICIENT THREE.
The Great "American
Known as "Helmbold's”
GENUINE PREPARATIONS, VIZ
HELMOLD'S EXTRACT "BUCHII,"
I3IPROTED ROSE WASH.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU I
A Positive and Specific Remedy
For diseases of the
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel
and Dropsical Swellings.
The Medicine increases the power of Digestion, and
excites the A I',SORBNNTS into healthy action, by which
the WATERY OR a CALORRORS depositions, and all
UNNATURAL EN RG EMINTS arc reduced, as well
S pain and inflaininationiand is good for 3101 , :, 'WO
MEN, Olt Dill LUKEN.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation
Early Indiscretion, or Abuse,
ATTENDED WITEI w Tllh FOLLOWING STAIPTOdLI :
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power.
Toss of emory" - `Difllenity ofßreatLing,
Weak 'Nerves, , Trembling.
norror of Disease, Witirefullness,
'Dimness of Vision -Pain in the Back,
Universal Lase ituhe of the Flushing of the Body,
alusealar.System, .Eruptions on the Face,
Dot Hands, Pallid Countenance. .
Dryness of the Skin.
These symptoms, irenowed t, t ga on, which this med
icine in variably removes. soon follow
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
In one of of which the patient may expire 'Who can
say that they are not frequently followed by those
Insanity and Consumption,
Meek are aware of the cause of their suffering. but
none will confess. The records of the insane Asylums
and the melancholy deaths by consumption, bear am.
pie witness to the truth of the assertion.
TILE CONSTITUTION, ONCE AFFECTED WITH
ORO AgIC WEAKN ESS,
Enquires the aid of medicine to strengthen and
rate the system, which HELMBOLUS E-rrn,ter
8UC1717 invariably does. A trial will convince the
Females, Females; Females,
OLD Olt YOUNG. SINGLE MARRIED OR CONTEM-
. In many affections peculiar to Females the Extract
Botha. is unequalled by any other remedy, as in Chia
rosin or Retention, Irregularity, Painfulness, or sup.
pression of the Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or
eltirrous state of the Uterus, Leueorrhea, or Whites,
Sterility. and for all complaints incident to the sex,
whether arising front Indiscretion, Habits of Dissipa
tion, or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
SE SYMPTODIS ABOVE.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
Take no Baleato, Mercury, or Unpleasant Me.lielue tor
Unprettsanc and Mulgeroug Dtetases.
Ir all their stages ; at little expense; little or no charge
in diet; no inconvenience, AND NO .EXPOSOIttI.
It ettuses frequent desire, and gives strength to Uri
nate, thereby removing obstruetiorti, preventing and
curing Strictures of the Urethra, allaying pain and in
tlartiattu inn, so frequent in this class )f disemes, end ex.
palling POISONDLTS, DISEASED, AND IPORN-OU2'
Thousands 'upon Thonaande
WHO iiAVE, BEEN _THE .I. 7 lCMLOl____
4101 1 111r_f_Plik_ 41k . "‘.111EATL.
And who Lave paid HE.I Fr FEES to be cured, in a
short time, have found they were oeceived, and that the
"Poison" has, by the use of —Powerful Astri7geuta,"
been dried up in the system, to break out in au aggro•
voted Rom. and
PERHAPS AFTER MARRIAGE
HUMBOLDT EXTRACT BUCHU
For all Affections and Diseases of
THE URINARY ORGANS,
Whether existing in iIEALE OE FEMALE, from what
iver.cati'se origin:lodg. and no'matter,
Of 1101 V long Slanding-
Diseases of these Organs require'the aid of a DIIIIMIC
'! 1 ;f5..i..01-11 bold's' x t ae t. Buhl!
IS THE GREAT nturtuilc,
And it im curium to have . the desired effect in nll Me
mums, for •
"which it is recommended
BLOOD ! BLOOD ! ! BLOOD !!!
Iteinib.lip. nighty Coneentrp tet.l Compmtnti
Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla
Tlirvilia;affection ~f the Mood. and attacks the Sex
ual (likalW,'Linings of the Nose, Ears, Throat, Wind
pipe; at4nther Mucus Surthees. mak , ng its appearance
in 114ft:diner Ulcers. lieliab old's Extract Sareaperill
purifies the lila od, and removes all Scaly Eruptions of
the Skin. giving to the Complexion a Clear and Healthy
Color. It being prepared expressly fur this class of
complaints, its Blood-Purifying Properties are preserv
ed to a greater extent titan any other preparation of
ilehnbold's Rose 1117a.h
An excellent Lotioa.for.Disenses +4 a Syphilitic Na
ture, and as an injection in Diseases of the . Urinary Or.
gins, arising from habits or 4isslpathm. used hi con.
neetion with the Nxtracts Duclin and Sarsapaqr; in
such diseases as recommended.
Evidence of the Most responsible sand reliable charac
ter will accompany the medicines.
CERTIFICATES OF CURES,
Fichu eight to twenty „veers etanding,, with 'Damao
known to S'.3ENCE AND FAME,
For atedivoi Properties of Buciip, see Dispensatory
of the United States
See Profussor DEWEES' valuable works on the prne
Gee of Physic.
See remarks made by the late celebrated De. PUY&
lett! , . .
Bei: remarks made by Dr. 'EPHRAIM MrDOWELL,a
celebrated Physician, and :Ilember of the Royal College
of Surgeons, Ireland, sod published in the Transactione
of the King and Queen . ' d Journal.
See Medico Cirurgical Review, published by BEN.TA -
MIN Tit AT ERS, Mot low of the Royal College of Surgeons.
Soo most of the late Standard Works on •ine,
EXTRACT EUCIIO. $1 00 per bottle, or six for $5 00
Sarsaparilla 100 " 5, 00
Improved Ross WaSh, 2 50
Or half it dozen of each for $l2, which wait,. sufficient
to cure the. most obstinate cases; if directions are ad
Delivered to any address, securely packed from ob
Describe symptoms ht all communications. Cam
guaranteed. Advice gratis.
Personally appeared before me an Alderman of the
city of Philadelphia, H, T. HELM BOLD, who, being du
ly sworn, duth say, his preparations contain no narcot
ic, no mercury, or other injurioue drugs, but ace unti
l}, vegetable. H. T. HELMISOLD.
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 23d dad of No
vember,-1834. WM. P. HIBBARD.
Alderman, Niuth-street, above !taco, Phila.
Address Letters for information in coed& Ice.
IL T. lIEL3IItOLD, Chemist.
Depot 1041 South Tenth street, below Chestnut, Phila.
ilemkrare of Con uteri-ells
' AND UNPRINCIPLED
Wile endeavor to dsipoee "OF THEIR OWN" and other
er" articles oit the repuhttioa attained by
- Preparations '
" Improved Roan Wash.
Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
ASK FOIL IIi:LJEBOLD'S—TAKE OTHEd?
Cut out the advertiaeaient, and peed for it, AND
AVOID IMPOSITION AND EXPOSURE..
February 18, 1863.—1 y.
WANTED TO 'BUY' :
50,000- '"l3lg !It. CORN
50,000 bushels OATS ;
50,000 bushels WHEAT.
Also, OLAYVERSEED, TIMOTHY SEED, Flaxseed, for,
which the highest OA:SIL prices will be paid, at the Lill,
anon Valley . Railroad Depot, Lebanon.
°DODOS /1011 MAN.
Lebanon 1y 17,1561.
Lebanon Mutual Insurance
LOCATED AT JONESTOWN, LEBANON
TO the property holders of the State of Penn
sylvania:—Gswmangs: Your attention is
reaps:strati solicited to the following low rates of insur
ance of the LEBANON :4IUTUAL INSURANCE COM
PANY, who, are transacting business with the most
flattering seridonce of, Public confidence. There sources
of the Company are s'inple to indemnify those who may
take advantage through its agency of the means afford
ed them of being protected against loss by fire. The
Board of Directors are practical, business men well and
favorably known, and enjoying the entire confidence and
respect of the community in which they live. Our Com
pany is perfectly inutile, and we invite your careful al
tention to tbe following low rates as we are determined to
tonere ss low as any other responsible company, taking
into consideration the character of the risks incurred.
Our CHARTER being PERPETUAL., enables us to is
sue Policies which never expire, which obviates the ne
cessity of renewal every 30r5 years.
The Company has now been in successful operation
for nearly 6 years, and all its losses have been promptly
paid to satisfaction of all ixtrties cemented; and, in
fact it has been, rind still continues to be, the wish of
the Directors to have the Company conducted on honest
and economical principles.
RAy,ES OF INSURANCE.
Dwellings, brielir stone, slate roof $0,15 VI $lOO
' do shingles ,13 " do
do tog or Frame ,20 " do
Barns, stone or. brick ,20 do
do Log or Frame ,20 " do
Store Houses, brick or stone ,25 do
do Log or frame ,30 do
Hotels & boarding houses, brick or stone ,25 " do
do do Log or frame ,30 " do
Academies and. School houses ,25 " do
Churches and meeting houses ,20 " do
Printers books and Stationeries ,30 " do
Book hinders ,50 do
Tailor. shops ,25 do
Shoemaker and saddler shops ,30 " d
Silversmith and Watchmaker ,20 " do
Tin and sheet iron shops x
,30 " do
Cuoceries and Prevision stores ,30 " do
Tanneries ,30 " do
. . ...
Hatter shops i ,30 " do
Grist Mills, Water power ,36 " do
Saw Mille do do . ,35 " do
Drug Stores ,30 " do
Smith shops, brick or stone ,30 " do
do do Wood , :.- ' ,35 " do
Carpenterjoiner.d.Cabinet =der shops #4O. ,". d#
Wagoner and Coliehmaker shops ,40 " do
Painter and chair maker shops ,40 " do
Oil Mills ,40 " do
Clovei Mills . ,
,40 " do
Eoufideries of wood
do Brick or stone - "do
Mercliandize in brick or stone bni . ld'ngs ,20 " do
do in wooden do
.25 " do
Furniture in brick or stone buildings " do
do in wooden ,20 " do
,& sheds, brick or stomi,country ,20 " do
do do wooden " do
Livery & Tavern Stables '25 " do
All communications should be addressed to J
G HEILMAN, 'Secretary; JonestOwn, Lebanon Co., ra
Kir- OFFICE at the "Black Horst; Hotel."
President—JOHN BRUNNER, Esq.
Vice President—D. M. RA NK.
Treasurer—GEO. F. MEILY.
Secretary—J. G. HEILMAN.
undersigned, at his kANTJFAC-
I TORY, at the let 'roll Gate, one
mile blast of Lebanon, has on hand a
very large stork of
READY MADE, VEHICLES.
inch as BUGGIES . .. ILOCK.A.WAYS, CARRIAGES,
SULKIES, Ac., made out of the best materials and by
6rst•rate workmen. From hie long exit' rience in the
business, and his determination to allow none but
good work to leave his Shops, he feels confident that
he can give to customers the most complete satiifac•
Mizell of the materials used in manufacturing the
above Vehicles were purchased before the raise in the
price of articles, and I can therefore sell cheaper than
Amy other este bl.shment in the county.
KEPAIRING,--Repairing done at short notice, and
at low prices.
Persons canning anything in this line, are invited to
call and examine my stock before making their pur
chases. DANIEL FULMER.
HARDWARE AT COST
1 lIIE subscriber offers his large and well . iieleeted
stock of 11A.RDWARE. PAINTS, OILS. &c..
COST FOR CaSII.
Parties who have settled their accounts to Apri I 1,1861,
will be allowed a liberal credit on purchases.—Those
who have not settled will find their accounts with
A. S. Ely, -P.sq., for immediate settlement and collet
tion. D. M. KAILNIANY.
Lebanon, July 17,156 E
MEll6l3.`eiggetli, woulda, r:encralmm
his TAILORING- liminess to Cumberland Street, two
doors east of Market Street, and opposite -the Eagle
hotel, where all persons who wish garments made
up in the most fashionable style and beet manner, are in
viteti to call.
TO TAILORSI—aust received and for sale the N.York
and Philadelphiti.Report of Spring ♦ Summer Fashions,
Tailors wishing the Fashions should let the subscriber
know of the fact, so that lie can make his arrangements
accordingly. 31IC1 L'HOFFMAN,
Lebaron, A pril 10.1861.
BOOT S COE STORE
TT.AS been removed to his new residence, in Cum
berland street, 34 square , West from hisold stand,
and opposite the office of Dr. G. D. DlOniuger,
lle has just opened a large and desirable stock of
well. toad e Boots aud Shoes. Ladies' Kid Gaiters at $1.25;'
Ladies'. LiteeMotiteas $1 , .50;. for Misses, "sl;_,::Coarse
Men's lioets for $2.50; Men's (Niters $2; for jioye -$1.75
to $2.50; for Children $1.1234 to $1.6234.
Also a large variety of Overshoes, Trunks, Traveling
Rags, ice. Come, see, and judge for yourselves.
Lebanon, May DANIEL (MARV?.
18:62:NEW STYLES. 186 0
A DAM RISE, in Cumberland Street, between
- Afarketand the Court lionse,north side, has
now on hand's splendid assortment of the New
Style of HATS AND CAPS, for men and boys,for
to which the attention of the public is respectfully inc,
ted. Rats of all prices, from the cheapest to the mos
costly, always on hand. Ile has also just opened a splen
did assortment of 'SIMMER HATS, embracing such a
STRAW, PANAMA, PEDAL, PEARL, HORN, LEG
BORN, SENATE, CUID.AN, and all others.
at sp Wholesale all kinds of Hats, Caps
&c.,, to Country Merchants on advantageous terms.
.Lebanon, April 30,1863:
North Lebanon Stvam Grist Mil
rpm; undersigned will purchase all
kinds of GRAIN, such us
IV ['EAT, RYE,
CORN. OATS, Sce„,
at their STEAM MILL. on the. Union
Gana], for which the highest market prices will be
Paid, in CASH.
AR kinds of CUSTOMER WORK will be done
at the shortest notice, and In the most satisfactory
manner. The public is respectfully invited to give us
trial. FELIX LIGHT,
DAVE" L. MOUT,
Noi th Lebanon, May 21,1862.
(LATE WRITE SWAN,)
Race Street, above Third, Phila.
r IRI s establishment offers great indneements not on
ly on account of reduced rates of boarding, but
rum its central location to the avenues of trade, as well
as the conveniences afforded by the several Passenger
Railways, running past and contiguous to it., by - which
guests can pass to and from 'he Hotel to the different
Railroad 'Depots, should they be preferred to the regu
lar Omnibus belonging to the House.
[ am determined to devote my whole attention to the
comfort and convenience of my guests.
TERMS $1 25 PER DAY.
D. C. SIEORIST, Proprietor,
• . Formerly from-Eagle Hotel. Lebanon,,Pa
T. V. Rintans, Clerk. Phila.. March 12, 1862.
milli undersigned hereby inform the public that the
t Lebanon Academy is not intended exclusively for
the youth of theildivrirgh, Melt always did, and still
does receive pupils from abroad.
Lately, also, the Directors have improved Its general
character, and elevated Its standard, by refusing to ml
mit pupils without the necessary qualifications, and by
their continued care they hope to raise this school to
its proper place in the estimation of this community.—
A limited number of pupils of the proper grade can be
admitted from the country by applying to
JACOB CAPP, Presid tit.
JOSEI.II Kit MD, Secretary.
or to CYRUS BOILER, Teacher.
ire- Tuition for common And higher English branch
Latin and Greek, $2 per month.
Lebanon, Aug. 26, 1863.
O ffice at the Eagle Hotel, Lebanon.
Particular attention paid to-Vulcanite work and Fill.
C. N. PEIRCE, D. D. S., Professor of Dental Physiol.
ogy r nit Operative Dentistry. No. 501 N. ith St., Phil
N. WI LD.II AN..D. D. S., Professor of Mechanical Dell
tistry. No. 24. N. 11th St., Philadelphia.
JAMES TR 1.131 A N. D. D. S., Demonstrator of Opera
tive Dentistry. S. W. Corner of Franklin and Green
E.N. BLILEY, D.D. S., Demonstrator of Meehauical
Dentistry. No. 228 N, 12th St., Philadelphia.
Lebanon, April 1, 1808.
THE NEW BAKERY,
VIIE undersigned would reaped-frilly inform the citi
zens of Lebanon, that helms toittruenced the BAKE
IN,O BUSINESS, in all its varieties, at his Stand, on
Cumberland street, Lebanon, nearly opposite the Buck
Hotel, and will supply customers with the best MILD,
CAKES, Ac., Ac. Flour received-from customers and
returned to them in bread at short notice.
of all ,
freshrnished and of the best quality, constantly
hand and fu at the lowest
Tb,.. public is invited to give me a trialprices.
Lab non, Nov. 9, 1859, F. IL EBUR.
*Jacob E. L. Zimmerman's*
FlitsT CLASS If MILDRESSINO AND EFAIR•DrE
-INO SALOON, arket seet, near e,
and opporite the Nagl M e Rotel. tr Being thankful -Cumbforrland the
liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, he would
'respectfully solicit a continuance of the mime.
Lebanon, July 2, 1862.
N. 16,--The Saloon will bq closed on Sunday.
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MORGAN .1 ALLEN, General Agents,
46 Cliff Street, New York
rtrir- Sold by ell dealers ererywltere.
December- . • • •
JP EN'S I ON S.
. GEO. P. LIbIEAWEAVER, having been
pointed, by the Commissioner of Pensions, at
washington, Examining EntgeoVoriPensism is Pre*
pared toattend to all appliaints tot' Pensfon at his of
tice, in Market street, next door to the Poet Office.
Lebanon, March 25th„ '
$ 2 5 ; $75
willpay from s2s_ to,:s76;ier' , " . ..I:011111a; „and all
T exya#4,oB,:toactiva Aionita, ex gives dominion.
Comm R. JAMES, general Agent, Milan, Ohio.
May 13, 1863.