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Gen.'Grant in a Horse Trade.—A
few Conaresamen on the train the other
day entered into a conversation about
the merits ofllifferent generals in our ar
qtrry,.-- in. the 'course : of which one.of them
:told the following:story about Gen Grant :
plysses Grant when he was a
little `liay^ we used to go to school to
gether,, near Georgetown, Brown county,
Ohio: :The boys used to plague him
dreadfully about a horse trade he once
, anade.. When he was about twelve years 1
his father sent, him a few miles into
`the :country to tary.-a horse froth a man
inamed Ralston. . The old .man told Ulys-
Sas 'to offer fifty dollars at first ; if he
wouldn't take that s -offer fifty-five dollars,
and, to go as high. as sixty dollars, if no
less would make the purchase. The em
bryotic ,major general started off with
these .instructions fully impressed upon
his" mind. He called upon Mr. Ralstone,
•end told him 'he wished to buy the horse.
Row much did your father tell you to
give for him T. was the very natural inqui
ry from the owner of the steed.'
`Why,' said "Ulysses., "he told me to cif
fifer you. fifty dollars. and if that wouldn't
: give you fifty-five dollars, and if
you wouldn't take less than sixty dollars,
Ito give you that.'
'Of course, sixty dollars was the lowest
figure, and, on the payment of that
=amount, the animal became the property
.of.the young Napoleon.'
What Mania a Potu Is.—A pretty
well dressed young man stepped into the
Central yeaterday afternoon, to
enter a complaint. He appeared to , be
perfectly sane, but it was not long before
we came to the conclusion that we stood
in the presence ót a man who was labor
. ing'ander an attack of mania-a-potu.
Sir, said he, I am very much annoyed
•by the Reading railroad company; they
have caused to be laid a double track
from' the cellar of mY'house to the roof ;
one 'track goes up one side of my bed,
and ; . the:•-other goes down on the other
side. They run the - cars all night; just
as I g . t into a doZe a locomotive whizzes
by,7 , 1)1 9 10h g the steam whistle and ring.
ling the bell; last night. sir, one of the
locomotives flew off the track, leaped
across my bed to the other track, and the
'engineer grinned at me like a devil. The
passengers all looked like devils, some
with horns, and some with no horns at
eaclidevil carried a canary bird that
seemed to sing like a steam whistle.
,Here the informant ceased.
`Well sir. your
,complaint is just ; we
ihaVe`already taken measures to have the
railroad tracks removed from your house
ws - that you can sleep without being dis
iturbed,' was our reply.
The man seemed to be grateful that such
a course had been taken, and ns he arose
to depart. he said, 'Sir, I wish you would
remove that . worth from my shoulder;
•only a little white ago d pulled one out of
smy - forehead, and threw it on the pave
"mut ; just:as I was about to put my foot
, on- it, nearly a hundred ran up my leg,
:and I suppose this is one of them.'
We removed the imaginary worm
‘whe'reuron he'exclaimed, 'why, there are
Inore , ofthem.' 'Wait a moment,' said
We-; a brush was obtained and properly
:used. The man, evidently a gentleman,
returned his thanks for our kindness, and
suddenly left the office. He was a stran
ger. •What became of him we know not,
but we thought the whole scene was a
first class temperance lecture.—Phila.
Fr..M:ALEI • SMUGGLERS.—The Provost
:Marshal of Memphis, Tennessee, some
few days since, 'had in custody several la.
dies, some of apparent respectability, sus
pected of having been engaged in smug.
gling goods into the Confederacy. Some
strange' developments were made. One
had on a bolt of the finest linen, adjusted
to answer the purpose of a bustka iL Her
corset was filled with pieces of geltr coin,
quilted in, to the amount of $l2OO.
Another- had her form well rounded out
with padding made of the best dress silks
worth five dollars and upward per yard.,
Her hose were found to conceal a quanti.
ty of gentlemen's cravats, which were
swathed carefully about her legs. The
third lady's ample\ hoops were found to
cover a number of yards of broadcloths.
Her bust was filled out with a museum of
articles, consisting mainly of jewelry, silk
thread, needles and medicines. The fair
smugglers were detained for trial.
An old building in Jeffersonville, lndi
ana, is the scene of a horrible disclosure.
On taking up the old floor, the remains of
several young women and an infant
were discovered. They had lain there
30 years. The house was formerly a
hotel, and many crimes were known to
have been committed in it. Many girls
'were decoyed there and ruined, and the
- bodies were doubtless those ofsome of
them who had been murdered.
INTERESTING EXPERIMENT.-rl wish to
give you the result of an experiment tried
'by myself and another. It has been
maintained by some that a person weighs
as much, and no more, after eating as
before going through that pleasant opera
tion. The following is the result: One
man, Weighing 221 lbs before eating din•
ner, weighed himself after and was 2224
lbs. He then took a drink of•water and
increased to 223} lbs, showing a gain of
2} lbs. .
One marr, weighing, 135 lbs before
dinner, alter weighed 136 i, .showing a
.gain of 1i lbs.
This certainly puts the question at rest,
and everybody who doubts it may try
the experiment and see the result.
.SALusatous.—Marion township, Mer
.cer county, Ohio, gave Vallandigham
three hundred and fifty-nine votes, and
John Etrough none. That must be a.
,pleasant. healthy township, with such a
pure Democratic atmosphere.
Same sentimental swain is responsible
for the following: Woman's eyes appear
more beautiful when they glance through
a tear, as the light of a star is more brill
iant when it sparkles upon a wave.
Men cannot make satisfaction for sin s
though they seem to find satisfaction in it.
Jerky!! 'WAS told that , one of his friends.
a brewer, had WO'*nen in his own vat,
"Ah iq , "tionting on his
1864 Diaries, Diaries, 1864
-WALTZ & HOUCK
icrAvE. oat received a large 'apply of DIARIES for
lOW which they otter gar Sale at their Book and
.Statleuery Store, In Cumberland skeet, Lebanon.
Nov. 11, 113. .
1562 NEW STYLES. 11362
ADAM RISE, in Cumberland Street, between
Market and the Court Honse.nortb side, has
now on hand.o, splendid assortment of the Now
Style of HATS AND CAPS, Or mon and Days, for ISSS
to which the attention of the public is respectfnllyinv,
led. Mats- of All ,prices, from tits ch&pest to, the mos
costly, always on hand. He has alsoJnst opened a splen
did assortment of 5U31.31E111. HATS; Embracing such a
STRAW, PANAMA, PEDAL, PEARL, HORN, LEO
HORN, SENATE, CLITHAN, and all others.
GS...He will also Wholesale all lauds of Hats, Caps
&c., to Country Merchants on advantageous terms.
Lebanon, A Id" -a0,18c2. -
IurICIINEL HOFFMAN would respectfully inform
LVthe Cltieens of Lebanon, ant.° he has REMOVE')
his TAILORING Business to Cumberland Street, two
doors East of Market Street, and opposite the Eagle
Motel, where all persons who 'wish garments made
up in the most fashionable style and best manner, are in
cited to call.
TO TAILORS trust received and for sale the N.York
and Philadelphia Report of Spring a Summer Fashions.
Tailors wishing the Fashions should let tha subscriber
know of the fact, so that he can make his arrangements
accordingly. 15.1IOLLEC. HOFFMAN.
Lebanon, April 10, 1861.
miEncinA NT TAILORING.
S. RAoiSAY, in Fundee building, corner of Cam
beAand street and Doe alley, has on hand and
for sale, either by the yard or made to order, a large
well:selected from Good Houses. Good Fits and sub
stantial making guaranteed to all. Also llandlter
citieferGravats, Gloves, Hosiery, kittspenders, Fancy and
plain Linen Shirts, tinder Shirts and Drawers.
8. S. RAIISA_Y.
ebanon. April 9. 1862.
SOO C. CAICTIA NY 800
South-West corner Eighth and Chrtnut,
31:011/tKraltEit. AND DEALER IF
MEN'S FLIRNISIIING GOODS,
TUE LATEST STYLE OF
CiraVa ts, ScarEs,.PWeek-iietF&e
adelphin, July LS, 1863.-6 in.
Will be sell at
Extremell Low Irricee.
I ARBIL one of the firm of linber 1.7 Bros., has
1.1 ,„ taken -the stock of Ready-inade Clothing at the
appraisement, which will enablobim to sell lower than
anywhere else can be bnnght. Cell and see for your
selcee before you make your F purchase.
J. THREE DOORS wt.= FROM COURT UOUSE.
Lebanon, dept. 25,18E4 . HENRY RARER.
Frrs! FITS! urrs!
A .H. RICHEY; Merchant Tailor, respectfully an
nounces to the citizens of Lebanon and vicinity
that be has just returned from the city with a flue as
CLOT C A SSIM E R ES, 0 ,
all of which - he will sell tir make up to order at ill
zAitees to suit the times, at his No. I Tailoring Efititil•
lishment in Kcim's New Block, .4 doom South or the
Buck hotel, South Walnut street.
All work entrusted to his care, will be mumfhetor
efl iun workmanlike meaner es to fastlou and dura
Goods purchased elsewhere will be checrfoily made
up to order on the usual
Having had years of experience in the Tailoring and
Dry.Ooods business. and being inclined to turn to the
advantage of his costmoers, all the advantages result
log, from said acquirements, he feels satisfied that it
will be responded to by a very liberal share of the pub
Friends ails once to irlease me lifterthat, Dieusti your
July 9, 19C3
G. L. ATKINS & BM).
TIATING united in the BOOT and SHOE Bit:ma:B9,
11 and from their determination to bupunctual. and
one hut the best of work, they Netlike solieiting
1 f public patronage. Theywill always be found
LD STAND, NEW BUILD:XG) int Market Street,
opposite, Widow Rises Hotelovhere they will be
ready to serve and please their customers.
They have new on ha nil a large assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
- • - -
GAIIPET BAGS, &c., which they offer at reduced prices,
4.1 r. Persons dealing at this SLLOE can be
suited with READY-MADE ;YORK; or harp it made to
order. Satisfaction is always auarranted.
.10Y - Particular attention given to the REPAIRING
Boots and Shoes. [Lebanon, July 3,1801.
A TKINS & BRO.'S Nose Bout and Shoe Store is fitted
ri up in good order for comfort and convenience, both
for ladies and Gentlemen.
NS & BRO.'S New Boot-and Shoe Sb-re is fitted
A up in good order for comfort and convenience, both
for Ladies and Gentlemen.
A MINS &,BRO. promise to be punctual, and will en
dearer S. please all who rosy call on them for Boots
Boot awl Shoe Store.
IL JACOB ItCHREL respectfnlly in
me the pnblie that ho stilt eon tin
ues his extenslye establishtnent in
glidtaw siiin his new building, - hi Cumberland et.,
where he hopes to render the name
satisiltetion as heretofore to all who
may favor him withiludrc LI StOM • UP invites Merchants
and dealers in DOM and SLlOliSand every one who
wishes to purchase fashionable and, durable rirlivieB in
his line, to call and examine for themselves, his large
and varied stock. '
He is determined to surpass all ermpetition in the
manufacture of every article in his business, suitable for
any Market in the Union. A due rare taken in regard
to materials and workmanship; none hi the best quali
ty of IX MI EU and ether materials are used, and none
but the Best WorkmUnure employed
P. S.—fie returns his aineere the nice to bla friends for
the. very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on him
lie hopes by ttriet attention to business:toil endeavoring
to please his customers, to merit a share of pnblie pat
renege. f Lebanon, July 3, Mil.
Philip F. Weattly,
FASHIONABLE MOOT AND SHOE MAKER
OCumberland Street, one door East of
the Slack horse hotel. Thankful for the
reiPliberal patronage extended to me for the short time
I have been in business, I would respectfully solicit a
continuance of the patronage of tho public..
e has at all times au assortment of ROOTS and
SI.IOES of his own manufacture on hand, which will be
disposed of on reasonable terms.
FINE BOOTS, LADIES' GAITERS, &o.
Those desiring a neat, well made article, are invited
to' give me a trial. Childress' Shoes of every variety
and color on hand. heavy work made to order.
,itaz- An work warranted. Repairing neatly done and
charge 3 madetnoderate. Lebanon.Jnly 3. 18til.
itiEW A.ND CHEAP STORE
r undersigned would respectfully inform the
izens of Lebanon and vicinity, that he has entered
BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS,
In Walnut Street, five doors ..S , :neth of Me Duck llotel
whom Itokenps on
Stand a litrgelrnd well
assorted stock of ail
kinds of BOOTS and
S 0 E He will
%l", make to order all
1d • MI.II. of BOOTS and
SHOES, and at very
short notice. Ile al
so keeps on hand a
large, and welt-assort
ed stock of LEATHER, such an RED AND OAK SOM.:-
LEATHER, CALF AND KIP SKINS, MOROCCO AND
FANCY LEATHER, KID, LININGS, ROANS, 111 ND
'NOS, kc., and all kinds of Shoemakers' TOOLS Al , : r.)
FINDINGS, such BOOT-TREES, LASTS. BOUT
CORDS and IV liEttB, AWL-It LAD ES, KNIV ES, PUN
CUES. HAMMERS, PINCERS, RASPS, TACKS.—
Constantly on hand no assortment of Lastings. Threads.
Shoo-nails, reg•hreatts, Seud.fitones, Pegs. Bristles, Hit
and Shoe Tools of every description, hew, en
gaged in the business snore than twenty years, he feels
sath.Red that he can give satisfaction to all who will
favor binvwith a call. .Sheltalakers„ fr.in the country
will do well by calling on him before por,lutting mot,
where. 'SAMUEL 11AUCK.
Lebanon, Noy 21 1802.
WANTED TO BUY )
O, UUO bupbels OATS
50.000 buahcln WHEAT.
AIao,CLOVERSEED, 71 MOTH Y SEED,Ii nx.seeil, for.
which the highest CASII prices will be raid at the Leb
anon Valley Ituilronol Depot, Lebanon.
Lebanon, July 15.1851.
Markel Sweet Motel.
Corner Market and Chestnut Streets, Lebanon.
JOHN MAYLELE - 8, Proprietor.
7jAVING taken this above Stand, Mug occupied by
IX Mr. I.IIIOXARD ZiaisierllTAN, I will spare 110 paliallo
make the Traveling Public who stop at it, perfectly
comfortable, and invite all to give me a trial. The
House is large and well arranged. The Table supplied
with the best E earluziable edibles ; the liar stoe - ged with
the choicest Liquors, uud the Stribling large and Nam
=Amis. JOHN MATfIIES.
Lebanon, April 9, 1862.
&WI & Tobacco Mallufaclurer
16 & 18 CHAMBERS ST.,
[Formerly 42 Chathain Street, New York,)
Would call the attention of Dealers to the articles of
Fine Rappec, Pure Virginia,
Coarse Rappee, Nach itochea,
American Gentleman, Copenhagen.
Scotch, Honey Dow Scotch,
High Toast Scotch, Fresh Coney Dew Scotch,
Irish High Toast, Fresh Scotch.
Apar- Attention is called to the large reduction ip pri
cer of Pine-Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos, which,
wilt be found of a Superior quality.
MUSING. FINE CUT CHEWING. SMOKING.
Loog, P. A. L.. or plain, S. Jag o.
No. 4, - Cavendish, or Sweet, Spanish.
,No. 2, Sweet Scented Oronoco, Canasta.,
Nos.lk 2 Tin Foil Cavendish, Turkish.
10.—A circular or prices will be sent on appli
cation. Now York, April 1, 1863.—/y.
IjID yow.see ATKINS & BRO.'S New Boot and Shoe,
IN MEDICINES QUALITY IS OF
L. LIMBURGER, Graduate of the Phila.
t,P • 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 Perfameryi
sod Toilet and Fancy Soaps, embracing the ,
b at manufacture in the country, and a large
variety of Tooth Brushes, Nail, Flesh, Clothes
and Hair Brushes. Pocket, Toilet and Pine
Combs of Ivory, Shell, Horn and India Rubber.
PUREESPICES. PURE &MOBS.
I Pure who nod ground Spices aru offered for
`sale in large and small quantities at
LEMBERGIER'S Drug Stun)
F L O W E R SEEDS,
You will find a fnU assortment and aiartsel
variety or FRFSTI Garden and Flower Seeds at'
Condensed Lye, Concentrated . Lye, Soda A.sh,
and Potash in large and small quantities at
LEMESERGER'S Drug Store.
Washing Soda, flaking Soda, Pearl Ash, Sal
eratus, Cream of Tartar, all pure, and for sale
in large and small quantities at
- LEM BERGER'S Drug Store. I
yon are in want of . good Washing Soap.l
pure white or red Castile Soap, Country Soap,
Evasive Soap to remove grease spots, superior,
Shaving soap, buy the same at
Do yon want a good }lair Tonic? siontething
I to make the hair grow, to eleame the head, and
[to proveut falling out of the hair; if yon do'
Cnll nt LEMISERGER'S.'''
r , A,; TRUSSES!' TRUSSES!
The afflicted Are requeeted .to call and exam
hie my stock of Trneses, Supporters, itc., coni
prising a variety of illanufneturo.
XM."Marsh's" Genuine "Improved Solf Ad-
I'usting Pad Truss."
"Marsh's" Cate - menial Denclap.o.
An invaluable artiel, for the porpoie.
If you are in went of any of the above you
can be suited at
LEMBERGER'S crag Store.
Pure Ohio Catawba Brawl y
The genuine :urt.lele for Medlcinul Purposes
0 be bed iu P.ll Purity at
LEMBERG lat'S Drug. Store,
Oppoeite the Market Muse.
Anything you want that is kept in a wel
Imulacted First class Drug Store, eau be furn
isbed you by
Chemist and Apothecary.
Feeling thankful for the very liberal patron-,
age thus far received from the Physicians, icier-1
chants, and Citizens of Lebanon and aurround-!
Digs, I again solicit a share, promising to use
,every aa n
bte please a,
I gz-Special attention given to Pararcu.Vg,
Patgcnirrnws:s and FAMILY BEMEIPTS, and all
medicine dispensed Warranted PUIU, always
as good as can he obtained anywhere, nue. sold
to suit the times. Melte:ober the Address,
JOS. L. LEMBERGER,
Druggist, Chemist and Apothecary,
Etch. 15, 1860. Market street, Lebanon, Pa,
D. S. RABER'S
\V 110LESALE AND RETAIL
Ilas been removed to his New Building -on Cumberland
Street, opposite the Bugle Buildings,
a to II E subscriber reaping/a By announces tobis acquain
t' it to sees and the piddle in general, that he has cou ,
ntly on hand a large stock of
CHEMICALS, r DYE STUFFS,
GLASS WARE. .BRUSTIES,
HAIR OILS, EXTRACTS,
Burning Fluid, Tnatrumanta, Toilet Soaps, Se
gars, Tobacco, &e. Ala , a variety of Fancy Articles
toe numerous to mention, which ho oil low rates,
and warrants tiro qualities of the artielnlirs represent
ed. Purchasers will please remember this, and exam
ine the qualities and pricei of his goods before- purchas
ing elsewhere. ..11,3=-Physician's prescrip thins and fam
ily recipes carefully compounded, at all Lours of the
day or night, by calling at the Drug Store, opposite the
On Sundays the Store will be opened for the com
pounding of prescriptions between the hours of 7 and
10 o'clock, A, 51.. 12 and 1, and 4 and 5 P. lif.
Lebanon, Aug; 1$ 1562. DAVID S. BADER.
THE EARLY PHYSICAL DEGENERACY
Just Published by Dr. A. STONE,
Physician to the Troy Lung and Ilyglenie Institute.
A Treaties 011 the causes of earl y Physical Dt e Hue of
American People; the cause of Nercons
hility,-Consu and Marasmus.
This work is 000 or hig h moral tone. written in
chaste. yet thrilling language, and appeals directly to
the inaral consciousness of ALL PARENTS atalCuard.
Mils especially, detailing scientific and reliable dais aid
treatment for cure.
It will be sent by mail ou the receipt of two (2) cent
Stitropi , .
s l'areuts anti Guardians! Fail not to rend and
obtain this book.
itM, Young men! Fnil not to semi and get this book.
Its r , Ladies I You too 01116131 d at once eeenre a copy
of this book.
A word of Solemn Conscientious Advice to those
- who will reflect.
A class 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 maniths.
Cation, or symptoms are Nervous Debility, Itelaxation
and Exhaustion; 5.1 - aromas or wasting and consump
tion of the tissues of the whole body ; shortness of
breathing or hurried breathing on ascending a bill or
night. of stairs; great palpitation of the Ikon; AA I,
ma Dronebitis and sore Throat ; shaking of the !lands
and Limbs ; aversion to society sad to business or stu
dy; dimness o f eye si , ht, loss of memory, dizziness of
the tlead, Neuralgia, Pain in Canines parts of the body;
Pains in the hack or limbs, Lumbago, Dispepshi, Or In
digestion, irregularity of the bow elk, deranged secre
tion of the Kidneys and other glands of the body, as
bencoroloua or Fleur Albus, &c. Likewise Epilep +y,
Hysteria and Nervous Spasms.
Now in ninety-nine cites ant of every alto hundred,
all the shored named disorders, and a hest of others
not named. as consumption of the Longs mind that most
lush - Wan; and wily form of Consuinfttinn of the Spinal
Net VOA, h nown as Tubes Dorsales, and Tithes Mosenter.
km, have their teat and oriel) in diseases of Ihe Petrie
Viscera. Hence the want of - 5W...M.45 on the part or old
school practice iii tr ntingsymptoms
Dr. Andrew Stone, Physician to the Tiny Lung and
ilYgielde Institution. is now engaged in treating this
class of Modern Maladies with the most astonishing
success. The velum nt adopted by the Institution is
new; it is based upon scientifia prismiples, with new
discovered rented ies, without minerals or poisons. TI a
facilities of cure are such that patients eau he cured at
their homes, in any part of the country, from accurate
ileseriptions of their ease, by letter ; and Intro the med
icines sent by or express. Printed interrogatories
will be forwarded on application.
Consumption. Catarrh au diseases of the throat
cured as well at the flume of the Patients as at the la
scullion, by sending the Cold Medicated INTIMOG
ISALSAitthj VAPORS, will inhaler and multiple lift ectienn for
their use. and direct, correspondence.
.ea -- Pa lien ts applying, for in terregati yes or ad rice
must enelose return stamps to meet alien thin.
416 - The attending Physician will be fonuni at the
Institution for consultation, from 9 a. W. to 3 p.
each day. Sunday in the forenoon.
Address DE. ANDREW STONE,
Physician to the Troy Lung and hygienic I nstiiuto,
nod Physici tit for DiseaSes of tho heart, Throat and
Longo. 9G Fifth Stroct, Troy, Y.
Jon. It, 180.—ty.
A GREAT BATTLE
is 500 D expected to take pines in 'Virginia. tut not
withstanding this, the people
_ . _
iHJwr HA V E CLOTHD NG,
And we would respootrolly set forth nor Ohio) to
PUBLIC ATTENTION !
Became we keep a htvg., well-assorted stock of Cloth
Mg on hand, which, when examined, al wxtys pitmen.
Because our goods are made up, in our own Ilkab
lithment in the elty, and in a manner that lakes down
the country, end gives all Customers (lefty appearance.
Decause, by the facilities we have in buying piece
geode, we are enabled to sell our clothing 25 per cent.
cheaper than anybody nice in this neighborhood.
We have just received a large stock of SIiJUNG AND
gtlil;ilKit 01.011I1NO, and invite our Friends and
Customers respectfully to-call at . .
Oppositethe Cott tt Ilonso
Lannon, April 24,1862.
Fancy Furs ! Fancy Curs ! !
last few yours, and
would say to them that I now have in store, of my own
Importation and Manufacture a very extensive assort
ment of all the different kinds and qual , ties of FAN
CY FURS, for Ladles and Children, !hat will be worn
during the Full and Winter seasons.
Being the direct Importer of all my Fore ft om Eu
rope, and having them all Manufactured under my own
super7islon—onables me to offer my cantor/50re and
the public a much handsomer Set of Furs for the mum
money. 'Ladles plataie give me a call before purchas
ing I Pleaea ramemtier the name,number and street.
No. 718 ARCH Street. Philadelphia.
Sept. 18,1863.-6 m,
LEBANON VALLEY INSTITUTE.
AT ANNVILLE, LEBANON COUNTY, PA.
W. J. .13 URNS IDE, A. Principal.
'BE ENsurgo SESSION will eotnnloneu on
MONDAY, July 21:t.
kl 8401100 r, 1,113 the advantages of rt pleasant and
beautiful Location—spneioni 13wildingo—Ventilleted
hooms—e fine Library and Cabinet.
Till; COURSE OF STUDY is nut fixed, the studies of
each pupil Feing directed according to the time he can
afford in School , or to the profession he designs to pur
THE N 011 MAL DEPATInIizT otTers special advan
tages to those Who propose to engage in Teaching; as
the Course pursued cenforms strictly to the require
ments of the County Superintendent. and to tho Course
of the State Not mal School.
4M,.. CIRCULARS and further information can be ob
tained by rultiresaing Urn Principal.
W. J. BITTCNSIDE,.
June 21, 1862. Annville, Pa.
T i y ,..., ,b u a:z e n rs , , t u a e ln h iy ere is by not inform ii te. tlr d public ex ol u.
the youth of ate Boreugh, but it always did, and still
doss receive pupils from abroad.
butely, also, the Directors have improved its general
character, and elevated its standard, by refusing to ad
mit pupils without the necessary qualiOcutions, and by
their cuntinue.l cure they hope to raise this school to
its power place in the estimation of community.—
A limited number of pupils orthe proper grado'can 'be
admitted from the country bylipplying to
JACOB CAPP, President.
JOSEPH ti A RCII, Secretary.
or to cYnus DIX:EIt, Teacher.
.8a Tuition for common and higher English brandi
es' Latin and Greek. $2 per mortb.
Lebanon, Aug. 20, 1863,
Lebanon Female Se inniary
RACHEL F. lIOSS, Principal.
JULIA ROSS, Musical Department.
Mrs. M, Drawing.
rsiDE Ninth Se'ssion will commence September 3, 1860.
1 This School is designed to elevate the standard of
female education, nod n offer superior advantages at a
moderate cost. The school year is ai Oiled into two
sessions or five months each. Charge per session, from
PA to 15 dellars,,aceording to thestudles of the scholar.
Extra for Mosic,'Fremili, Latin, and German.
** Penicilli* attention given to the nmaicnl depart
ment, Instructions upon the Piano, Melodeon and
Guitar and in Singing. Pupils not connected with the
School will be waited upon ut their homes, when de
sired, and at tlni usual rates.
Early application should be model.°
S. STINt, or •
J. W. 811811.
Pnard e Director,:
S.A. IIAMSIONI , 10.17. STINE,
011 N MEII.Y, T. W. MISII,
-O. D. GLONINCIER, C. 011.111ENAW ALM,
ISAAC BECKLEY, ,JOSIAII FIINCK.
Lebanon, Aug. 21., 1861.
.JO 1N G. BECKER.
T 1 AS constantly on hand and for sale at his Cheap
1.1 Book Store, on 'Walnut Street, between the Court
House and the County Jail, in the Borough of Leba
non, a general assortment of all kinds of BOOKS,
STATIONERY, Ac. Consisting in part of Miscellane
ous and School Books, Blank Ledgers, Day Books, Cash
Books, Receipt Books, PARR Books, Foolscap Paper,
Letter Paper. Note Puper, Envelopes, Steel Pens, Black
and Bud Writing Ink, A:e., Blank Deeds. Common and
Judgment Bonds, Vendee Notes. Promissory Notes, &v. Christian Bachman,
ALSO, a large and general assertment °MALL PAPER, William Early , Jr.,
BORDERS, WINDOW BLINDS, Ric., at low prices. George S. Boingardnor,
fie has also for sale a splendid lot of PrIONOGRAPNIR LA. A. GSPDIRM,
ALBUMS AND PROPOGRAPHS. . George Bongos,
All of which will be sold on the most reasonable John D. Deicer,
terms, to4liicii he invites the attention of the public Ihnitil'S. Early,
&ir Any nook or article not in the Store ,procured
at a few• days notice.
Lebanon Oct. 23, 1863
TO THE PEOPLE OF LEBANON,
MARCUS NATHAN respectfully informs the people
illof Lebanon and vicinity that he has opened a No
tion and Fancy Dry. Goods Store in Lebanon for the
WHOLESALE and RETAIL Trade of all articles in his
line at the Most reduced prices possible. His stock
consists in part of all kinds of Woolen and Cotton
Stock lags anti Hose, Undershirts, Drawers , Woolen
Caps and Nubias, M its and Gloves, Scarfs .all kinds of
Dandkerchisfe, Collars for Ladies, and Gentlemen,
lfairdresses and Nets, Ribbons and Velvets. Spool and
Patent Sewing Thread, Buttons., Scissors, Combs. &a.,
ke. A large assortment of UMBRELLAS and PARA.
SOLS, at the lowest prices. Spectacles, Pocket-books,
Portmonairos. Dominoes, Cards, A large assort.
ment of. Musical Instruments, Violins, Aecordeons,
Banjos, Taraborincs ' Flutes. Fifes, Baskets, Trunks,
Carpet large,. Satchels, and all kinds orPoys, in fact
everything almost that eau be thought of
_in the Not inn
aturmincy line. Aldo u large vartky Of , TEWELRY
and WATCIIES. l'esllers and Storekeepers will find
it their interest to boy of us. Our Store is in Cum
berland Street, in Funrk's building, between the Court
House aml Market Rouse.
''Oi7LD inform the K
Public, th at in s
g b ot
and♦ coneglidated the Book
U. Bonded and George Waltz, they are now prepared
to wait on all who will favor them with a cell, at the
old stand (11. 11. Readers) in Cumberland street. where
they will alwnys hare on It tad a large and well se
lected supply of School; Blank and Sunday School
Books, and as an Inducement they offer their Miseellu
nuns books at greatly reduced prices.
The New York and P' Jhulelphia Daily wad Weekly
Papers, and :Magazines, can be bad sod 6nbseribed for,
On reasonable terms, by railing at their atom
Anything wanting in their.line will be cheerfully at
tended to with promptness and dispatch
Leila non, Nov. 12, 186 g. ,
New Cabinet Ware Rooms and Chair
rrkel Si., ad door north of 110, L. Volley Rudiro a d.
Largest Manufactory and Best Assortment of
• FURNITURE and CHAIRS, in the county.
THE pH ic is re. w w,t roily mei nes •
et/ to bear in mind that at thus, -
Ware ROOMS. will be, failed the hest '4,:"+"*" -
", , 3'.
assertment of FA6MONABLE and Iltan
sore FURNITURE end CitAlltS. Persons in want el
any kind would bust call mid examine his stock Ladbre
purchasing; elsewhere. Which (bring all or his own
work) he warrahts to be better than onyoflined in thi s
place. Prices will he lApt4/2 than at any other p 1 ce,
either in the Borough or county of Lebanon.
All orders promptly attended to, end speedily execn•
led at t h e lowest prices.
All persons porchasing Furnituee from him will be
accommodated by haying it delivered to them, to any
part of the county, FREE or entAttan, and without the
least injury, as he hoe procured one of the best rush.
ioned flow - 114n wagons, especially for that purpose.
itn„,.. COFFINS mode to order, und funerals attended
at the shortest milieu. llsSlisuou, Sept. 13, lip
CHail Ma 0E17E4 C T Fir
r 111 E subscriber respootfolly informs tile poldie that
Ihe has the largest and best assortment of FUIIN
TORE and COAT ever offered to the public of Leb
anon county. Ile bag an hand at his Cabinet-Ware--
rooms, in North Lament borough, nearly opposite
Zeller's Hotel, and a Ma doors smith of liorgner's,
splendid assortment of good, substantial and fashion
-able Parlor, Cottage and Chamber blitiNlTUithi, con
sisting of Sofas, Tote iktetes, !Amigos, What-mote,
lot., Centro. Pier,. Card and Common Tables;
Ores:dog and Counters BUREAUS; Bea
-1 stemis, Work-shunts, Wash-stands ; itml
en Furniture of all binds. Also,a large and
elegant variety of if nr.nu MACK, SPRISO SKATED eflairg,
Common Slicing-seated Chairs; all kinds of %hiring
twat& Rockers. Also, Windsor, Canmseated. and Com
mon Chaim and Rockers of every description:
rk.,*— All Cowls sold LOW and WAitRANTED to give
Persons desirous of knowing the character of the
goods here offered for ale, can lwdully satisfied of their
durability hi refer, nee to those for Whom ito has in%n
14u:tared or to whom sold. •
Old Furniture and Chairs Itenaired and ViirnisbNl.
N. B.—Coffius made and Minerals attended at tho
shortest notice. ....JOS NEU BOWMAN.
W " l3 ' Lelmoon Soptomber 10, 11410.
Saddle and Harness Mann
TAE undersigned has removed
his Saddlery and 'Harness
Manufactory to a few doors Souzho,
of the old place, to the large room , ' 2 tt,
lately occupied by Dittman & Bro., es - -
a Liquor store, where he will be happy to see all hisold
friends and customers, and where lie bas increased th-
Citifies for attending to all the departments of his busi
ness. Being determined to be behind no other estab
lishment in his abilities to accommodate easterners, he
has spared neither pains nor expense to obtain and
tease himself master of-every modern improvement in
the business and secure the services of the best work
men that liberal wages would command. lie will keep
a large stock on hand, and umaufacture" at the short
est notice, all descriptions of HARNESS, such as Sad
dles, biddies, Carriage Harness, of all kinds; heavy
Harness, Buggy Whips cf the best manufacture, Buf
falo Robes, Fly Nets, such as Cotton, Worsted, Linen,
and a new kind lately Invented; WHIPS of every
kind, finch as Buggy Whips, Cart Whips, &c.; names
of all descriptions. Halter Chains, home-made Traces,
dm., &e., all of which he will warrant to be equal to
any that can be obtained in any other establishment
in the country. All he asks that those desiring any
thing in this line, should call at his place anti examine
ale stock. He feels the fullest confidence in his ability
to give entire satisfaction.
o. 718 Arch S (mot,
low Bth, Routk Hide,
ror of awl Denim' lo
11 kinds of
r Ladles' nod aild
ren's Won r.
I wish, to retnrn my
tanks to my Irienda of
td tkt is surrounding
aunties, far Utak eery
iberst patronage ex,
mdad to me d tiring the
tn. All or<fera thankfully received and promptly at
ended to. SOLOMON SMITH.
North Lebanon Borough, Aug. 13.1842
in to notify all Curpniters and Cabinet makes
that no bills for coffros will be paid by the Three.
tors of the Phor for poor peraons dying within a circle
offs° miles of the Poor 'louse ; as all such persona
will be reeniebed with Cotlina free of espouse on appli•
cation to the Steward at the Poor lion Is.
JOHN B. BOWMAN,
ELIAS WALBORN, }Vireo:ere of the Poor
May 27, leo3.
JOIIN L. BECKER
TO WIVIMEEs 1 2 1 1 fit
A NEW FIRM,
.N.IIINV CABDIET AND
NORTH LEBA NON
IN of ice.
Lebanon Mutual Insurance
Company. _ _
LOCATED AT JONESTOWN, LEBANON CO.,
TO the property hol.Se rs of the State of Pen n
sylvania :—GENTLEItux : Your attention is
respectfully solicited to the following low rates of basun.
111/CC of the LEBANON MUTUAL iNSUBANCE 0051.
PANT, 'Who are transacting business with the moat
flattering evidence Of Public confidence. There sources
of the Company are ample to indemnify those who may
take advantage through its agency of the means afford
ed than of being protected against =loss by fire. The
Board of Directors are practical biminess men well and
favorably known, and enjoying the entire confidence and
respell of the community in which they live. Our Com
pany is perfectly inutilel and we invite your careful ay
tention to the following low rates as we are determined to
insure itslow as any other responsible company, taking
Into consideration Mk* Character Of the risks incurred.
Our CHARTER being PERPETUAL,
,enables us to is
sue Policies which never expire, which obviates the he
cMisity of renewal every 3 or 5 yearm
The Company has now been' in successful °Oration
for nearly 6 years, and all its losses haire been promptly
paid to the satisfaction of all parties concerned; and, in
fitet it has been, and still continues to be, the wish of
the Direetors-to have the Company, conducted on honest
and economical principles.
RASES OF INSURANCE.
Dwellings, brick or stone, slate roof $0,15 ' $lOO
do do shingles -do
do Log or Frame "do
Barns, stone or brick ,20 " do
do Log or Frame ,20 " der
Store Mimes, brick or stone ,25 " do
do Log or frame ,30 " do
Ilotels& boarding houses, brick or stone ,25 tl l do
do do Log or frgtne - ,30 "do
Academies and School houses ,25 " do
Churches and meeting houses .20 " do
Printers books and. Stationeries ,30 " do
Book binders ,50 " do
Tailor shops ,25 " do
Shoemaker and saddler shops • ,30 d
Silversmith and Watchmaker ,30 " do
Tin and sheet iron shops " do
Groceries and Provision stores ,30 " do
Tanneries ,30 •" do
natter shops . ^ ,30 " Ili
Grist Mills, Water power .35 . do
Saw Mille do do ,35 " do
Drug Stores ,30 . do
Smith shops, brick or stone ,30 ii do
___ . . _
.do do Wood . ;35 44 d0
Cargenter,Joiner & Cabinet mak'r Bluffs ,ro " d.
'Wagoner and CoachinalEer Awns ,40 " do
raintor and eindr maker gimps ,40 44 do
911 Mills ',,do " , do
'Clover 31.11.1 s .„,40 44 do
Founderioa or wood ,35 " do
do Brick or stoat ,30 do
Morobaudizo in . brick or steno build'ug4 ,20 do
- do in wooden do " do
'Furniture in brick or stone buildings ,15 " do
do in wooden " do
Stabler .re sheds, brick or stonc,country " do
du du woudou ,25 "do
Livers. Sr, Tavern Stables " " do
Ata -- All communications should be at'•.;resserl to J
U lIEILMAN, &"die;ary, Jonestown, 'Lebanon Co., Pa
OFFICIj at the "Black Horse hotel."
President-3011N BRUNNER, Esq.
• Vice Presideut-D. 51. RANK.
Treasurer—GJo, F. MEILY.
Secretary—J. 0. HEILMAN.
Jonestowa, March 4,1563
Mutual Fitwinsuirance Com-
pony of Anaville,
LEBANON COUNTY, PENN'A. •
COMPAN Y woe incorporated, March. 1359, and
j_ is now in fail operation and ready to malw insur
ance on Dwellings, and other Buildings, ou Furniture,
and Merchandisegenerally. Also on Barna . Contents,
'Ana, Farm Implements. Cc.. on a Mutual Principle.
John H. Kinports,
Joseph F. Matz,
! RIM:MM . itERR, TlCOMrirer.
JOSEPH F. MAtz,Seoretary.
1 Samuel Seabold, Traveling Av•ent.
Jacob Saltwaterly, Agent, Fredericl-'altur6".
A nuville, March 5, 1862.-Iy.
r undersigned, nt his 111ANIIFAC
-1 TORY, at the Ist Toll (late, one.
MHO East of Uhlman, has on hand a
very largo stock' of
. READY MADE VEHICLES.
such ns 'BUGGIES, RCCK•A-WAYS, CARRIAGES,
SULKIES, &a" made out of the hest materials nod by
first•rate workmen, Brow his long e xp• Moore in the
business, and his determination to allow none .hut
good work to lease his Shops, he feels confident that
he can giro to cuatomors the most complete satisfac
Much 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
coy other cstad,i•shntent in the county.
REPAlRlND.—Repairing done at short notice, and
at low prices.
Persons wanting anyth tog in this lino, are in% fled to
call and examine icy stock before making their pur
chases. DANIEL FULA,. RH.
HARDWARE AT COST.
lm subscriber offers his• large awl well selected
stock of 11.ANDWA lt VAUNTS., OT I,S. Sc.,
.11. T COST FOR CAISEir.
Parties who hare settled their accounts to April 1,156],
will be allowed a liberal credit on purzbases.—those
'who have not settled will find their accounts with
A. S. Ely, Esq . ., for immediate settlement and collec
tion. D. M. N.AItMANY.
Lelmnot),J uly 17, 18G1
(1;:vro WIItTE SWAN,)
Race Street, above Third, Phila.
rums establishment offers great inducements not on.
ly on account of reduced rates of hoarding, but
rout its centre' location to the avenues of trade, ac sell
es the conveniences afforded by the.severat Passenger
Railways, retuning 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 Rouse.
I am determined to devote my whole attention to the
comfort and convenience of my guests.
TERMS $1 25 PER DAY.
D. G. SIF,OILIST, Proprietor,
Formerly from Eagle. llotel, Lebanon, Pa
T. V. Ittiosns, Clerk. [Phila., March 12, 186. t.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The undersigned haying taken the Large and Camino
dins lime]. in Pottsville ; hunwn es the
Would respectfully announce to ii is old friends and for
mer patrons that he is prepared to ceewemo
date all who may favor him with
The ,NIORTINIEIt .1100Sti has been newly - papered,
pointed, and refurnished throughout, and the PROPRIE
TOR feels warranted in saying that it is
UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOTEL IN VIE
Borough of Pottsville, for comfort and convenience.
Xo Pains will be Spaed
Threndor it on agreonble and comfortable stopping
place for strangers alartravelers.
rtlye Stabling and Shedthitlg,
Attached to the HetAl, are sufficiently large for thu ac
commodation of lire horses and carriages of
I is guests.
Thu Hotel is now open for the
_Reception of the Public.
VT,. lie will hd happy to accommodate all who may
give him a gall. JOS.EPII. M. YELLER,
Pottsville, April 8,180, Proprietor.
ANNA/LAM SHENK. NATO S. LONG.
A New Firm.
Cheap Cash Store, and Milling and
r VIM unilerAigned having formed n partnership in tim
ItlEliCIANT11.1;1, :WILLING AND (MAIN IttlBl - -
NESS, word(' respectfully invite the attention of tho
public; to their ottablishillenta. They will eentitio to
keep. at the Into mum' of SIIERK, CEESAMAN
LONG, u moat complete stock of all kinds of GOODS
usnally kept in n country atom, which (hey will re-
tail Ohnup for CASH, or COUNTRY PRODUCE. They
also want to buy for rani(
50,000 Bni , hola of WHEAT,
30,000 Bushels of RYE,
20,000 Bushels of CORN,
25,000 Bushels of OATS.
For - which they will pay the Lit„best Murkot Priem—
They will alai" take GRAIN ou ttroaaoz. The will keep
always on baud and sell at the lowest prices, COA G, by
the Boat hoed or by the Ton; all kinds of MILL FEED,
SALT, ['LASTER, tic.
Arar. They solicit the hnsinesa of all their old friends
and tlio public, and will endeavor to deal ou such lib ,
oral and just principles no will give satialhetion to all.
NortliTiobanon, March 19, 1F,62.
Of the cheapest and Best Goods
EVER SOLD IN LEBANON!!
Roots, Slioes . , hats, Caps, aLc
IVII] undersigned has opened one of the BEST AS.
A , Vr i , i f i l i A j i n , s ei rtr A TAsie %S it
u l k,TRUNKS,kinds,
1 and of the best materials, which he will 1--lea,
sell at prices to recommend them to porch-,
Ben. of the RATS ho hen quite a variety of New.
Styles, embracing the Washington, Stanton, Burnside,
Dupont, McClellan, Stringham and Monitor Hat, very
beautiful and very sheep. of CA PS he has a complete
assortment of all the Now- Styliis, got up in superior
manner, with fine finish; Women's Misses' and Chil
dren's Balmorals, Gaiters, Congress Boots, Slippers,
and all other kinds•. Men's and Boyd' Balmoral& Ox
ford Ties, Waehlugtoo Ties, Congress Boots, and all
other kinds worn by them, including BOOTS and
SHOES, of the different varieties, at hid cheap Store in
Walnut St., next to the county Prison.
Alar Thankful for the liberal encouragement of the
public heretofore, I would invite all winking anything
in my line to colt and examine my stock before making
their purchases. • JOS. BOWMAN.
Lebanon, April 23,1862.
P. S.—Measures taken and work made at short notice
Just Received at
J. BLAIR'S Jewelry Store, •
Friends and Relatives .
BRAVE SOLDIERS & SAILORS
All who have blends and Relatives in the Army or
Navy, should take special care, that they be amply sup
plied with these Pills and Ointment ; and where the
brave Soldiers and Sailers have neglected to provide
theinselves with them, no better present can, be sent
them by their friends. They have been proved to be
the Soldier's never-failing friend in the hone of need.
COUGHS AND COLDS AFFECTING TROOPS,
frill .be speedily relieved and effectually cured by us
ing these admirable medicines, and by paying proper
attention to the Directions which are attached to each
SICK HEADACHE AND WANT OF APPE
TITE INCIDENTAL TO SOLDIERS.
These feelings which so sadden us, usually arise from
trouble or annoyances, obstructed perspiration, or eat
ing and drinking whatever is unwholesome, thus dis
turbing the healthful action of, the liver and stomach
The organs must be relieved, If you desire to be well.
The Pills, taken according to the printed instructions
will quickly produce a healthy action in both liver and
stomach, and as a natural consequence, a clear head
and good appetite.
WEAKNESS OR DEBILITY INDUCED BY
Will soon disapPear by the use of these invaluable
Dills, andthe Soldier will quickly acquire additional
strength. Never let the 'Bowels be either confined or
unduly acted upon. - limey seem strange that Rollo •
way's Pills should be recommended for Dysentery and
Flux, many persons supposing that they would increase
the relaxation. This is a great mistake, for these Pills
will correct the liver and stomach, and thus remove all
the acrid humors trom the syst un. This medicine will
give tone and vigor to the whole organic system howev
er deranged, while health and strength follow fb a mat
ter of course. Nothimt; Ztim the relaxation of the
Bowels sure as this famous medicine.
VOLUNTEERS ATTENTION! INDISCRE-
VOHS OF YOUTH !
Sores and tricers, Blotches and Swellings. can with
certainty be radically cured if the Pills are taken night
and morning, and the Ointment be freely need as stat
ed in the printed instructions. If treated in any other
Manner they dry up in one part to break ont in another
Whereas this ointment will remove the humors from
the system anti leave the Patient a vigorous end beat
thy man. It will require a little perseverance in bad
CAStS to insure a lasting cure.
FOR WOUNDS EITHER OCCASIONED BY
VIE 13 - i'YOBT, SATIRE OIL THE EII L
LET, SORES OR BRUISES,
To which every Soldier and Sailor are liable, ihers
are no medicines safe; surd and convenient as Hobo
way's Pills and Ointment. The poor wounded and aL
most dying sufferer might have his wounds dressed im
mediately. if he would only supply himself with this
matchless Ointment, which should be 'thrust into the
wound and smeared all round it, then covered with a
pieet, of linen from his Knapsack and compressed with
n handkerchief. Taking night and morn lug 60 r 8 Pills
to cool the system and prevent inflanunation.
Every Soldier's Knapsack and Seamen's Chest should
be provided with these valuable Remedies.
CAUTION l—Nono are genuine unless the words
"INT,T.OWAI3 NEW Tone AND LONT/02 , 1," are discernible
as a Water ?ark in every leaf of the book of directions
around each pot or box ; the same may be plainly seen
by holding the leaf to the light_ A handsome reward
will be given to any one renderingsuch information as
May lead In the detection 'of any party or parties coun
terfeiting the medicines or vending the same, knowing
them to be spurious.
Yea Sold at 3lanufactory of Professor trollowaT,
80 Maiden Lane, New York, and by all respectable
Druggists and Dealers in Medicine, throughout the civ
il izeit world, iu boxes at 20 cents, 02 mita and $1 each.
J:W. There is considerable saying by taking the lar
N. 8.--Directions for tho guidance of pationts in ay.
ery disorder are alined to ouch boy. pet. 23, 1863.
iinainrs in my well known med ioineg can
havo Shaw Cards, Circulars. drc., cent thorn, FHNS OF
EXPEZ , I,9I3, Sy addressing THOMAS HOLLOWAY, SO
Maiden Lane, N. Y.
Economy is Wealth!
CURE YOUR COUGH FOR,
The Best and Cheapest
ill the World.
Madame ZADO PORTER'S
G REA T Q O JGAD ItEitilEli9
Madame ZADOC OR
TER'S Curative Ltulgain
warranted If tined accord
ing to the directions, to
cure in all C 11151,3, Coughs,
C.ldg, Whooping Cough,
A.il lima , and eft affections
of the Throat and Lungs '
MOST IMPORT/INT.—Madam ZAP 00 POR
TER'S Curative Balsam is sold at a price which brings
it in the reach of every one to keep it convenient for
use. The timely use of a single bottle will prove to be
worth 10 times its oost.
NOTICE.—Save Your lioney!!—Do not be
persuaded to purchase articles at 4s. to $l., which do
not contain the virtue of a Dime Bottle of Madame Por
ter's Curative Balsam, the coat of manufacturing
which is as great as that of almost any other medicine;
and the very low price at which it is sold, makes the
profit to the seller apparently small, and unprincipled
dealers will sometimes recommend other medicines on
which their profits are larger, unless the customers in
sist upon haring Madame Porter's and norm other.—
Ask for 'Madame Porter's Curative Balsam, price 13 eta.,
and in large bottles at 2.5 eta , and take no other. If
you can Not get it at one store you can at another.
t,O'• Sold by all Druggists and Store-keepers at 13
cents, Will in larger bottles at 25 rents.
HALL & IZUCK.EL, Proprietora,
Jos. 1.. Lambe:ger awl Dr. Geo. Rosa, A gents,
Lebanoio, Pa. [January 28,1863.
vow is the time to buy your STUNTS before cold
IN winter is hero, and the beet and cheapest place is
Lebanon Stove, Tin and Sheet Iron Flanufse
tory of !Tames N. Rogers,
Taco doors South from the Lebanon Bank, where can be
hail the largest and beat assortment or PARLOR..
BALL, and COOKING STOVES, ever offered in Lebo
n, Gas ltarners for Parlors or Bed Chambers of his
,own make, with a general assortment of Parlor Stoves,
'ad ti largo variety of the best Cooking Stoves in the
county or borough, which be warrants to Leak° or roast
WASII IsOILItItS con tautly nu band of all sizes,
and the beat material.
COAL BUCKETS—the largest assortment ; the heav
iest iroa, and the best uvula in Lebanon.
Al d o, a large stock of TIN WA nt:, made of the best
material tout iu a workmanlike manner, As he M a
practical Workman, and has had en cxwki,,,,ce of
twenty-five years, he feels confident that he can gire
Re takes this method of returning his thanks to ' his
numerous customers for their liberal support, and ho
hopes ,by strictly attending to his own business and
atting other people's alone, to still receive a share of
TlMlie patronage. JAMES N. ROGERS.
46/11- Particular attention paid to all kinds ofJOUDING
such as Roofing. Spouting, &e., and all work warranted
unnims will do well by calling on .1. 11. BRESSLER
Agent, as he is prepared to do all kinds of TIN.
ROOFING, SPOUTING and JOB. WORK generally, at
the very lowest prices. lie also has on hand 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 betook.improved RANGES AND
BEATERS, of allleilds. He also keeps ern
atantly on hand a large stock of all kinds of ROOF' 3,
SLATE, which lie °fibre at loss price' than they can be
bought of any other slatemen in the county.
lyia„. WARE.ROOMS—One door South of the "Buck
Hotel," Walnut Street. Lebanon, Pa.
Lebanon, December 25, 1854.
TIIE NEW HAKIM V I
VEIN uedersigned would respectfully inform the eiti-
L semi of Lebanon, that he has cones:Reused the IRAK&
INU BUSINESS, in all its varieties, at his stand, on
Cumberland Street, Lebanon, nearly opposite the Bnck
and will supply cuetomore with the best BREAD,
CAHES, &c., &c. Flour received from customer's and
returned to them in bread at short notice.
of all kinds, fresh and of the beet quailty, constantly
on Rend, and furnished at the lovrest prices.
TIE' public is invited to give me a trial.
/eh non, Nov. 9, 1859. F. H. EMIL
*Jacob E. L. Zimmerman's*
IRST CLASS MAIN - DRESSING AND HAIN-DYE
r -MG Market street, near
and opposite the E N ,
agle Rotel. Being thafulCatoberla for t n ho
liberal patronage heretofore extended to hint, be would
respectfully solicit a continuance of the came.
. Lebanon, Jul'y 2, 1882.
D.—The Saloon will be closed on Sunday.
THE ALL SUFFICIENT THREE.
The Great "-American
GENUINE PREPARATIONS, VIZ.
The Uedicine increases the power of DigeStion, and
excites the AhSORBENTS into healthy action, by which
the WATERY OR CALCEROUS depositions, and all
UNNATURAL. ENLARGEMENTS are reduced, as well
as pain and inflammation, and .iszood Sur AMR, WO=
BIEN, OR CHILDREN.
HELMBOUPS EXTRACT BUCHU
And who have paid ELEArIr" PAWS to be cured in
short time, have found they were oevetred, and that the
"Poison", has, by the nee of . 'Powerful Astringents,"
been dried up in the system, to break - out-in an aggra
vated form, and
Pasant is prepared rig , h
all the requisite rare al d
skill, 110111 a combination
of the best remedies the
vegetable kingdom affords
Its remedial qualities at
based on its power to re
sist the healthy and efgo
rouseireulation of the
blood, through the lungs,
It is not a violent remedy,
ing, searching and effect
ive; can be taken by the
oldest person or youngest
HELMBOLDI EXTRACT BUCHU
Balsam has been used by
the public for over 18
years, and has scout, ed
its present sale simply by
be i n g recommended by
those who bare used it, cc
heir aftlietetlfriends at 1
Whether existing in NALE OR PERALE, from what
ever cause originating. and no matter
Diseases of theft Organs require the laid of a Doisine-
liehnbold's Extract Buchu
IS THE GREAT DIURETIC,
And it is certain to base the desired effect ht all Dis^
eases, for which it is recommended.
This is an affection of-the Blood, and attacks the Sex
ual Organs, Linings of the Nose, Errs, Throat, Wind
pipe, and other num* Surfaces. making its appearanc -
In the form of Ulcers. Welmbold's Extract Sarsaparilla
purifies the Eked, and removes all Scaly Eruptions of
the Skin. giving to the Complexion a Clear and Realthy
Color. It being prepared expressly for this class of
complaints, its Blood-Purifying Properties are preserv
ed to a greater extent, than any other preparation of
An excellent Lotion rot. Diseases of a Syphilitic Na
lure, and as an injection in Diseases of the Urinary Or
gans, arising from habits of dissipation, Used it, con
nection with the Extracts guehu and Sarsaparilla, in
such diseases as recommended.
Evidence of the most resminsible and rellablecharam
ter wits accompany the medicines.
- - -
CERTIFICATES OF CURES.
Prom eight to twenty years standing, with names
known to S'IIENCE AND PA3IE, -
For Medical Properties of BUCILIU, see Dispensatory
of the United States
See Professor DJ WEES' valuable works en the prac
tice of Physic.
See remarks made by the late celebrated Dr. DRYS
See remarks made by Dr. EPTIRAIM SIrDOWELL,a
celebrated Physician, and Member attic, Royal Cotego
of Surgeons, Ireland, and published in the Transactions
of the King and Queen's Journal.
See Medico Cirurgical Review, published by DENJA -
MIN TR AV bIRS:FeI low.of the Royal College or Surgeons.
See most of the late Standard Works on
EXTRACT BUCIltr. $1 00 per bottle, Or six for S 3 00
‘, Sarsaparilla, 100 " 500
Improved Rope Wash,
Or half a of each for $l2, *bid, "will be sufficient
to cure the most obstinate cases; if directions /re
Delivered to soy address, securely packed from ob.
Describe symptoms in all communications. Cum ,
guaranteed. advice gratis.
Personally appeared before me an Alderman of the
city of Philadelphia, H. T. HELMBOLD, who, being du
ly sworn, doth say, his preparations contain no , narcot •
ic, no mercury, or other 'wadi:pus drugs, bet s.e pure
ly vegetable. 11. T. HELSIIIOLD.
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 23d da) of No"
camber, 1854. WM. P. HIBBARD.
Alderman, Ninth street, above Race, rb"'
Address Letters for information in confid ace.
11. T. BELMEOLD, Chemist.
Depot 104 South Tenth street, below Chestnut, Phila.
AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
Whe endeavor to dispose “OP THEIR OWN" and other
er" articles on the reputation attained by
lielnabold's Get:mike Preparations,
" - " Extract Hoehn
" " Improved Rose Wash ,
Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
ASK FOR lisLarsozze.s . -' -TA rx'.ll7o 0171-6 " g",,
Cat out the advertisement. end Rend ffin - it,
AVOID 13IP0i,1TION AND VYPOSDR.E.
airHiramsomes Drag and Chemical Warehuaae , 594,
Braadway, New York.
February 18, 1863.-1 '.
KnovOn as "lielsiabold'ss)
HRLIIOLD'S EXTRACT "BUCHII,"
g. IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
A Positive and Specific Remedy
For dtteases of tho
Bladder, kidneys, Crave,
and Dropsical Swellings.
Arising from Excesses, Debits of Dissipation
Early Indiscretion, or Abuse,
ATTENDED IYITE TEC YoLLOTilivn ST3tPTOM:i
Indlsopitiou to Exertion, Loss of Power.
Loss or Memory Difficulty of Breathing - .
Weak Nerves, Tremblig,
Horror of Diocese, Wakefullneas,
Dimness of Vision. rain in the Back,
Universal Lassitude of the Flushing of the Body,
Muscular System, Er - options on the Face t
Dot Hands, Pallid Countenance,
Dryness of the Skin.
These symptoms, if allowed to- mon, which this thetl
icine invariably removes. soon cotton ,
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC VIM
111 one of of which the patient way expire. Who teen
say that they are not frequently followed by those
Insanity and Consnittiptionl
!data y are avars'offflif. &One of their suffering, Nur,
none will conrean. thb GOefitlo Of the insane Asylums
anti the melancholy liestfis by Consumption, bear am _
ple wttueute-the truth of the assertion,
TILE; €OI.I , MTUTION, ONCE AFFECTED WTTEL
Requires tfie - Rid of medicine Co strengthen std . invi - go•-
rate the system, which lIELALE!OLD'S EXTRACT
BUCIIO iusstlloAs , does. A trial will convince the.
Females, Females, Females,
OLD O 1 YOUNG. SINGLE, fiIARIGED, Olt a2NTESI--
In many affections peculiar to Females the Extract.
nacho is unequalled by any other 'remedy, ails ado-
rosis or lletentlort, Irregular Pry, Painfulness, or sup—
presslon of the Customary Evaceations, Ulcerated or•
Subirrons state of the Uterus, teurorrliea, or Whites,.
Sterflity, and for all complaints incident to the sex,_
whether arising from Indiscretion, Habits of Dissipa
tion, or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
BE SI'MYTONS ABOVE.
NO FAMILY &MOULD BE W/THOUT_IT
Take no lialsam, Mercury. or ilopieneant Medicine for
Unpleasant and Dangerous Diseases.
HELMBOLDI EXTRUT BUCHU
Tr ell their stages ; at little expense; little or no change
in diet; no inconvenience, AND NO gxposu ß s .
It causes frequent desire, and gives strength to Uri
nate, thereby removing obstructions, preventing and
curing Strictures of the Urethra, allaying pain and i n
ftininitte ion, so frequent in this class of diseases, andea
peliiuS POISONOUS,DISEASZO, A.iA WaIiXOUT
Thousands. upon Thousands
WHO HAVE BEEN THE VICTIM OF
PERHAPS AFTER MARRIAGE.
For all Affections and Diseases of
THE URINARY ORGANS,
Of how long Standing.
BLOOD ! BLOOD ! ! BLOOD !! !
Itelmbold nighty Concentrated Compound
Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla
Rewaro of COmiteritits