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env uneruancivr Emoscnanuaucp.crmoDszt.
etNeadratut.Promptly-Xecicuted, at the
. ILDAEZISKII OFFICE,. LEBANON, PENWA
eatilibiliinerni is now supplied with an eitenefre
smortment of JOB TYPE, which Rill bsAncreased as the
patronage demands. It can now turn out, Pperrum, of
every description, in a neat and ay - editions manner--
sedan very reasonable terms. Snob is
Business Cards, Handbills,
Bill Headings, Blanks,
Programmes, Bills of :Fare,
• Imitations, Tickets, &c., Ms.
ft-Dscoe of all kinds, Common andladgmentßoanni.
:.liabool, Justices', Constables' and: other BLANKS, printed
;;correctly and neatly on the beat paper, constantly kept
for sale at this office, at prices "to suit the times."
VP:Subscription price of the IJIDANON. ADVERTISER
Ono Dollar and a Half a' Year. :
Wit. M. Bnataut,, Lebanon, Pa.
JACOB WEIDI.E, jr.,
TTOILAIEV: ariT - JP
12:1"'. , nortii : yrnat corner Market and Water Ste.,
(Lebanon, Janaaryl., 1864.--Iyl
4114 , S S LIB Ano- - r.ER
mit,* afau-Napr .
Ct*lnfatrismoved to OinnberiabiL-sireer; , one door
`OANZINte St TOT the Lehanott Valley Bank. apposite tho
Jltnelt - litorid, Lebanon, Pa.
ARMY AND NAVY
I PENCION, BOUNTY, BACK PAY AND BOUN
attll TY LAND AGENCY.
. UER UOVIN
4S. t t 4=, 3r,za. es* rb .•2.aa vo
WEIR undersigned, haging been licensed to prosecute
claims, and having been engaged in the Bounty and
Pension business, offers his services to all those who
- ate thereto entitled, in accordance with the various
acts of Congress. All such should call or address at
`ones, and make their applications through
BASSLER,BVVEIt, Attorney. at-Law,
OFFICE rentoved to Cumberland St., one
door East of the Lebanon Valley Bank, opposite
the Buck Hotel, Lebanon, Pa. pan. 6, *6l.
Al. T. WEIDLE,
'ATTORNEY AT - LAW,
'Office North West Corner of Water
and Market Streets
Lebanon Nov.lB, 1863.-Iy.*
George .. rfleger, Jr"
)k i rtORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICIE in rooms formerly occopled by Dr. Samuel
Beim, deceased , and opposite to the Black Horse
Hotel, Ci.mberland Street, Lebanon-
August 26, 1863
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
FFICE , in Cumbberland street,a few doors east of
the Eagle Hotel, the Mace late of his father
'Capt. John Weidman , deed.
'Lebanon. Sept. 9,1563,
A. 'STANLEY ULRICH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has removed his office to the bu tiding, one door eas
of Laudermilch 'sStore, opposite the Washington House
BOUNTY and PENSION claims promptly attended
[April 8, '63.-3m.
S. T. Mc,ADAM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AS REMOVED his Office to Market Street, opposite'll. the Lebanon Wanli;two doors North of Widow
Rise's Hotel. ,
Lebanon, March 24.,:433,
JO „FL B 0 WilFl.l.7r,
OlgariToig l i?L i tlf ,y r c l i . c r ' 0 . ai l i s e r dt i 7 ra `hise .7.112
.vreavei 06hiberfand GtieOt,'LebahOn, - few doors
F.lst of the ];able tiotaL,`airailltb Ifif frs vet Of Gen.
Lebanon Dee.l7 1862.
CYRILIS P. MILLER .
TFORNEY-AT-LAW.—Office in Walnut street, neat.
„ 'ly opposite the Back Hotel, and two doors south
fr,te KarmanY's Hardware store.
I station, April 9,1862.—1 y.
TO Itti r FRIENDS
A S shall necessarily be absent from the County
XI during the session of Congress. I base made as
'rart,.gements with JOHN W. RYON, Esq., of Pottsville,
to I ke charge of mrlegalbusiness. - My ogice-will
kept open as heretofore. and
,those of my friends and
nts basing legal liettiii&s*unty depend npnn its re
iittgifirdtript 'end efficient atteut ion. Mr. Ryon is a
get Oman of extensive legal learning and long expert.
sat tat the bar. I have full confidenee in his ability,
int grity and indostrY, and I there tore cheerfully
commend the in terests of my clients and friends to his
cats and attention: Mr. F. W. CONRAD will also
'remain in my office.
Respectfuily. MYER STROIISE.
1` ltterllle, Pa.:, Dec. 2,1883-3 m.
ill. ra. DERR,
! A TTORNEY AT LAW, Office in Richter's Building,
Cumberland street, nearly opposite the Court
9.1 t we. [Lebanon, May 6,1863.—U.
Dr. Samuel S. Melly
IFFERS his professional services to the citizens of
I It Lebanon and vicinity. OFFICE at the residence
'ot Mrs. L. finch, two doors Weet of Office of Dr. ..Simnel
bni, fiep'd, in Ceinherland street.
Lebanon, AI 11 1n,1863.
De. B. 11111S111.
kfriNG 11catedY ii Le iidn,
offers his profession
, lerdiesidlis to the Aline. Office in Market s;.,
-4 the twiikrigg formerly oddlipidil by hie father.
plisE. GEO. LINEAWEAVER, halting been ep•
, pOihteg, by the Commissioner of Pe nsionsi a
hington, Examining Surgeon for Pensions, is pre
pared toattend to alt applicants for Pension at his of
'Ste, in Market street, nekttli or to the Post Office.
March 25th, 1563.-60
iTEIGLEY & DEWALT.
`COMMISSION MERCHAA 7 TS
FOR THE BALE 07
Butter, Eggs, Cheese . TOW, Lard,
Poultry._ Gairce, Fruits,
'Grain, Seed, &c.
ka. 170 READE STREET, ,
One door ati ore Washington, NEW-YORK:
Robb & Among'', New York; Allen & Breffier,'o
W. W. Selfridge, Esq., do; Jones it Shepard, do;
eon, Labach & Farrington. do; Samuel er,Alieri sea , do;
W. M. Breslin, Esq., Lebanon, Pa.; L. Usti, Canton,
Ohio; W. C. Curry & Co., Banifi, Erie, Pa.; lion.
John Stiles, Allentown, Pa. [Jan. 14, 1861.
Hiram W. Rank,
ORDIERLY of JonesteVrn Lebanon county, would
t ititaratooZ t ltefiml:l;wittiio.Et the
AND SBOAR BUSINESS,
N 0.3.116 Noi-th Third street, Phila.,
Where he will bugled to receive customers, and wil
well it. retell that prove wilt pve satisfactory.
• Philadelptif, 5114 . 20, 10 68. .
AratkaAruare, opposite the Market House, Lebanon, Pa.
IHE Undersigned respectfully informs Vue public
tat this has received an extenbire stock of the*
didest"a'ati Firelst, Lfkoorb of all des'nriptions. These
, s,—,— Linnets he is inviiriablY disposed to sell at Uri ,
*preeedentedly low - prices. '
Druggists, Farmers, Hotel keepers, and 'oth
ers wilt consult their own interests by buying of the
'undersigned. L. E. DEEG.
_Lebanon. April 15, 1863.
rilim underfsigned, at his MANITFAC= . ;, rr , •
A. TORY, at the let Toll Gate;' one
mile Haat of Lag : non, has on hand• "°".!--"
liity 3eTit e attialt.U.
HEADY .61. ADE VEHICLES.
such as BUGGIES,ROCK-A.WAYS, CARRIAGES,
SCUMS, "sc., mae out of the best materials and by
first-rate workmen. From his long ewrience 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 meat 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
any other estabhshmeut in the county.
REPAlRlNG—Repairing done at short notice, and
at low prices.
Persons wanting anything is this line, are invited to
mill and examine; my stock before making their pur ,
thane. , DANIEGFULAIER.
subscriber respectfully informs the "%lie that
I he has entirely rebuilt the Mill on the little swa
tam, formerly known as "Straw's" and later as "Men ,
gem's," about one-fourth of a mile from Joneetown
Lebanon county, Pa.; that be has it now in complete
running order, and is prepared:to furnish custasers
•regularly with is very superior ititialirof
318 - 3r....4111211/ 1 1ILTIFEIL
as cheap as it can be atained Rah any other source.
He keeps also on hand and for Sale itt - the lowest cash
prices CHOP. BRAN, SHORTS, Ac. He is also pre
pared to.do all kinds of Carcnoras' Wai t for Farmers
and others, at the very shortest possible notice and in
vitas all to give him a trite. The machinery of the
'Mill is entirely new *and of the latest arieraost Un
proved kind: 'By stria - attention to business Mid fait
dealing he hopes tommrit share of publiolliareage.
W H EAT, RIK,' CORN, OATS, oflec.,
bought, for Whits* She highest Lebanon Market prices
will be paid. FRANKLIN WALTER.
VOL. 15--NO. 33.
Elebtion Notice . .
AN Election will be held at Salem's Lutheran
Church in Lebanon, for the purpose of electing a .
PASTOR, of said Congregation, on s &parlay, :February
14,1881, between the hours of 1 mid
By order of
Lob., Jan. 27, 1.864, came lINOIL.
W AS found by the subscriber about : twelve'days
ago, near lilyerstown, a small sum of moneY.—
Tlurowner, by proving property and paying expenses,
can obtain it by applying to the subscriber, at Myers
Myerstown, "TEM ISfit. .
A dminhlraters 1 Notice.
XTOTICE is hereby given that' Letters of Administra.
.111 tion on the estate of JOHN CARPER; dec'd., late
of South Annville township, Lebanon county, Pa., have
been granted to the undersigned, residine in the town
ship, county and state aforesaid. Therefore all per
sons indebted to said estatewill please make payment
and those having claims will present them without
delay to • . .
LRAM . CARPER. Administrntrix,
• WILLIAM CARPER, Administrator,
• Of the estate olden-a CARPER, dec'd
South Anaville, Jail. 27,'1884:
Brick `'Yard for ent.
tri4Eritilderigifed,beiug desirous to retir`e !rout
niss, will Lease b is well known oh! BRICK YARD,
opposite the Donaughmorp Furnace, in the borough
of Lebanon, Pa.
- There are abou t
180,000 unburned Brick,
There, which, together with all the material necessa
ry to carry on the Brick .Yard, he won Id sell to the
person leasing the premises. A convenient stream of
water nine through the premises.
For further information apply to
Lebanon', Jan. 27, 1864.-6 t. 411
'UBUC NOTICE is hereby given, that the Charter
of the Methodist Episcopal Chorch of Cornwall
township, Lebanon county, Pa., was. duly presented to
the Court of Common Pleas, of Lebanon county, for
examination, and will he approsed according .to law,
on the first day of April Teint, *V, ;tutees good cause
be'shown to the contrary.
lIENItT STEORIST, Froth's.
Lebanon, Jan. 21, 1864,—*
NOTICE is hereby given that an Election by the
Stockholders in the Presid nt. Managers and
Company of the Berke and Dauphin Turnpike road,
will be ,hold at the Public Rupee of 3. L. 13ennethum,
in Myerstown. Lebanon county, Pa.. on
- HONDA Y; The 7th day of March, next,
between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 4 o'clock,
P. M., of that day, for the. purpose of electing One
President, Eight Managers, One Treasurer, and such
other officers as may be necessary to conduct the af
fairs of the said Company during the ensuing year.
At the same time, the Annual Statement of the
Treasurer will be laid before itie - Wallibtidars as 11E111-
'al. By order of the Board,
lIENRY MULL, Pres't.
Jima Ramis, Treasurer. .
Vacuum 27, 1864.
In the matter oftthersiccount of Charles„ll. .Meily,
. sign se. pf GEO. REINOEUL and Wife ,of filellor
ough AlLebanon, Pa.
frHOiiicleisrgaitiiiiiiitOr;appointed by the Cciurt of
Coininon Pleas of Lebanon county, to make distri
bution-of the balance in bands of accent:aunt . to and
among' Creditors, hereby gitee
. notice that he Will at.
tend to the duties of spa appointment at his otECe in
Lebanoh, 6irSattfrileiy, - tYte 18th day - of February. 1804,
at 1 o'qoilt. P. M., at whien time all persons having
debits cait'Present them, duly authenticateit.
Leh., Jan. 20, 1864.
For Sale or Exchange.
THE, undersigned will spit, or Axchange for a SMALL
Faldis,ltis desirable House and Int of Ground, in
East street, East Lebanon. The House is a
i I.; arrlwwte7lbsultYaßnil BRICK with
w ar it ra h ngenn a n gt h e e e d sf
.1." 'Oary . conveniences. Also Cistern, Bath House,
Smoke House, all kinds .of Eihit.Tfies, &c., on the
premises. This 13idiWity:ir bot - sc;lii, Will be exchanged
as above. Good and indisputable title given. For fur.
ther inforination apply to
- . ... JAMES N. HOGER,S,.Thirmith.
Lebanon, July 16,1862. ' .
A. DER' SBERGEIPS
rurniture and Chair
MAN t FACTORY,
Cion,berland' Street, Lebanon, Pa.,
nearly opposite Bubb's Hotel.
Finn; subscriber keeps constantly on band, or makes
ji to order the best and most fasbionable Furniture
and Chairs; which hs wdU selleheap, and cheaper than
any other shop m the Borough or county
of Lebanon He invites Young. Housekeep
ers and all ethers to give hint a call before
buying elsewhere: Ile keeps no city work,
but makes all himself with good workmen. He keeps"
a Furniture Wagon - and delivers all Furniture, with
out injury, and free of cost.
• Don't forget the -East Lebanon, Cumber
land street. He invites alt to give him a 01.11, for 'they
can make the beat bargains with him.
. Lebanon, Jari.2o;
-7. (LATE wIIITE SiVAN,) ,
Brice Stredt, above Third, Plhd.
IIS 'iatddistithqiit p_g g rkgreatli)duce'm•exitp not on
-17 `On lk:cilutit .Of ;rochi.Od rates of bodiding, but
toeistiin to the avenues of trade, as well
as the conveniences afforded by the several Passenger
Railways, running past and contiguous to it, by which
itiests can Pass to and from .be Hotel to the different
Railroad Depots, should they be preferred to the regu,
lar Omnibus belonging to'the House.
I am determined to devote my whole attention to the
comfort and convenience of my guests.
TERMS ffl 25 PER DAY.
D. C. SI,EDRIST, Proplietor,
Formerly frcnk Agle Hotel. Lebanon, Pa
V. BROADS, Clerk. [Phila., March 12, 18112.
Dissolution of Partnership.
rl-M . 6kb of FUNCK kBRO., was.diasolved by mit.
IHull consent, on the first day of February, A D.,
is 64., The books are In the hands of JOHN K. FUNCK,
for. Selileinent, at the stand. All Ow having claims
Agalnet said firm will present thein, and thoee indebt
- ed will please make payment. Jacob K. Funek as
succeeded the late firm of Funck &, Brd; at therild
Store, and will continue the business as 'heretofore.—
Acknowledging the liberal patronage heretofore tie-
etowed upon the lute firm, would respectful fly eolicit
a continuance._.' JACOB K. FUNGI,
N. Leb., Feb. 3, 'fit —tf JOHN FUNCK.
PUBLIC S &LE
" OF VALUABLE
Real Estate in Reeks County
rink' E undencigned will offer at Public, Sale on MGR.
I DAY, FEBRUARY 1: qh, 1864 cal, o'clock in the
afternoon, Ott thy premises, the Real Estate of Jacob
Wertz. deceased, situate in Iflublenberg township,
Perks county, on the road leading from Reading to
Pricetown, three miles from Reading, o,onsisting of
TEN ACRES OP LAND. four acres of wEich are of the
best quality of :MEADOW LAND, the balance good
farm land, en which are erected a
.. , „._•r„ DWELLING HOUSE and SWISS
Z 'BARN. There is a Water Power on
the Prciiiives of thirty feet fall, and
gand 'carding machine. The property
is suitable fora flouring . niill, or other
*itch lite* The purchase money may nearly all rest
on the property. A clear title can be given,
,Peisotis desiring to view the property, Will please
call at the House of Henry Leithaeuser, blacksmith,
near the premises.
Terms and conditions made known on the day of sale
by ANTHONY WERTZ,
ititst., If the property is not sold it will be leased on
the above day. Febuary 1854.-3 t.
BOROUGH PROPERTY AND OUT LOTS,
WIIL be sold at public sale at the public house of
rIENST SMGRIST, in the borough of Lebanon, on
SATURDAY, February 18, 1864,
the following Real Estate or GEORGE GILBERT, de.
ceased, viz :
A. weather-boarded Li* DWELLING' HOUSE, and
LOT of GROTND, 62 fbet front on Cumberland street
in the horougluer Lebanon , and. 198 feet deep along
Spring street on the east, and -adjoin
ing No. 2 on the west and Walnut
lay on the south. A. Stable, Smoke
Mouse and 'Other improvemente are on
A LOT OF GROGI'Ib, as feet front on Cumberland
street and 198 feet deep to , Walnut- alley, adjoining
No. 1 and. 3, having erected thereon a Grain House.
A LOT' OF GROUND, 35 feet front do Cumber land
sheet and 198 feet deep to Walnut alley. adjoining
N 0.2 and property of the estate of Levi Kline, et eel
A TRACT OP LAND, coti O tainintv.22 ACRES and 132
PERCHES, in Cornwall to*nallip, near the borough
line, bounded by Hill'street, Division Alley, Walnut
Alley. and property of John W. Pion loger. This tract
Ls of the beet Limestone, and will be- sold in whole or
parts as may suit purchasers.
For further particulars apply to-thelinderaigi' ied
Possession and good title will be &fen on,the let of
Aprfl, 1884. Side to commenoe at 1 o'clock, K M., when
tetras will be made known by
Lab., Jan. 13, 1861. Trustee.-
STOCK AR FARMING IMPLEMENTS"
ur ILL be sold at public sale at the residence of the
If subscriber, in Cornwall township, Lebanon Co.,
on the road leading from Lebanon to Colebrook, about.
434 nines from Lebanon, and about 34 mile North of
the Horse aboe turnpike, on
MO DAY; March 7, 1864,.
the following Stock and Farming Implements, viz
3 excellent working lICRSES, 2 mares with
foal, one of which is .an: excellent family
beast, 3 colts, one 3 years, one IX, and
- one I year old, 4 Mitch Cows,
3 springing Heifers, S. bend of Young Cattle. 1 , 41,
1 Durham Bull, 2 years old, 5 bead of Sheep,
(of the Southdown breed,) Horse gears, saddles,
thrashing machine 2 horse power, as good as new,
(Garrets patent,) 2 narrow wheelled 4 horse wagons,
one as gootlas new, wipd mill, cutting box, Ploughs,
Harrows , Shovel Harrow. Cultivator, Corn Plough,
Drag, Breast, Halter and Cow Chains, Spreaders, dou
ble and single trees, Pitch, Hay, Manure and Shaking
Forks • also 2 pair Hay Ladders, Wagon Idea, Quarry
ing tools, 2 Grain Cradles, and many other articles to
nu mdkons to insert.
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, M., on said day,
when conditions will be made known by • I
Cornwall, Feb. 3,188 L
'OIJIII LTC 'SAL :t Lt
Stock, -Farming Implements
AND HOUSEHOLD PROPERTY.
WILL be sold at Public Sale, at tharesidence of the
subscriber, in Cornwall twp., near .2inn's Mill
and Eby's, on
TVERNESDAT, February 24, '64
The following Stock end Fermin. Implements. viz:
6 Head of HORSES, 1 ' MARE
with Colt, 2 three-years old
mak HORSES, well broke, 2-Yeaf- A mer,
..-ling, 20 Head of CATTLE, • ITIV.
FRESH COWS, BULL, Gearing for Rye Horses, Wag
on, Saddle,Halters, Chains, 2 broad.wheeled.WAONs,
one as good as new, 1 new Wagon box, Hay Ladders,
Ploughs, Harrows, I Shovel Harrow, Threshing Ma
chine, Cutting Machine, Log, Cow and Fifth Chains,
Spread and Single Trees, Traces, Corn Plougli,Grain
Crealnii, Rog Tril.ck, Forks. and Bakes,, 1-horse Waged
4reast, Chains, Jack 'Sere*, BtIOS.andiIEISSTEADS,
Stoics, Peek, Corner Cupboard, CLOCK, Hoes and
Shovels, Tubs, Water Can, Chest and Flour. Chest, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, when terms
will be made known by
HENRY A. SNAVELY.
Cornwailltip., Jan. 27,1861
Stock, Farniitig implcutents
'WILL be sold at public sale at the residence Of the
subscriber, in Cornwall two., near Eby's Tavern,
on the road leading to Lancaster by way of Knell's, on
TUESDAY, :February 23, 1864,
TUESDAY 1, 1864, •
the following Stock, Farming Implements and House
10 Mead of HORSES, 2 of which are three
* • years old, 2 two years, 1 one year old, 2
MARES with Foal, 5 Head of
-e ll " COWS. some of them fresh, 5 rF
Heifers heavy with Calf, 35 Head of young me
CATTLE, 71 of them are two years old, OSP'
1 young MULL, d Shoats, 3 Wagons, two as good as
new, all broad. wheeled, 1 ,one horse Wagon, 1 large
Body, 1 Pine box,d pair of Wood Ladders, Threshing
Maching, 1 Mowing Michine„ brain, drill, Spring wire
patentllay Rake, Fanhing Mill, Single and Double
Trees, 7 set of IlltrettGetirs, heasens, ilynete, huggy,
latrus'se, waged, sante, lines a'sal * whip, 2 Caltivat ork
shovel . harrow, ploughs and harrows, 1 corn plough,
1 cutting box, Cow chains, log chains, 2 fifth chains,"
and a good many other chains, jack screw, wheelbar
row, rakes and forks, spreaders, grultbing boesocald
'pig trough, grindstone. axes, 1 split axe and whdgeti,
scythes and gra in cradles, grain bags, lure's, lot of
boxes, POTATOES, BEDS and ISEESTEADS, 1 Drawer,
1 chest, 1 table, 1 kitchen dresser, STOVES with EVE,
and many' articles too numerous to mention.
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, H., of said days.
.•.fir.The goods remaining unsold on tirst day will be
Idlti on the second.'
ANTHONY S. *IX.
Conditions, dec., on days or sale >ly
OF STOCK AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
I , V IIA be sold at public sale at the residence of the
subscriber. about 3 miles from Lebanon, and I
mile from Gothley's Tavern, in South Lebanon town
SATURDAY I .FEBRUARY 13 - . '64'
the folloWing Stock a ;g nd Fanning-Implements, VIZ i
s. Working HORSES, (2,blAgYr„S
with teal, S year-old Colt. and
. • ...I - one-year ) 5 mmen cows.
•-• 11 bead ot young CATTLE, 3 4/.
Durham BULLS, 2 Tlantatien Wagons, (one of them
broad-wheeled, good as neir.) Threshing Machine,
M'Cormick's patent Mower and Reaper, Windmill,
(good as new,) 2 Plows, kar r rowri, cultivatOrsi cop
plow, seed drill, spring Wpm, one-horse wagon, wag
on body, good as new ,horse rake, bay ladders,
scythes, harness, buggy harness, halters, cow eluting,
double and single trees, forks, rakes, shovels, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, M., when terms
will be made known by •
S. Lebanon, Jan. 27,1864
STOCK AND -FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
W ILL ILL be sold at public sale, at the residence of
the subscriber, In South Annville township,
Lebanon county. about 2 miles from Annville. near the
Turnpike road leading to Palmyra, on Levi Kline's
FRIDAY, February 19, 1864
T f7RSDA.3.r, 17. 1864
the following StOCK, PARAIT,IX:O DIPLESIENTS AND
110USEllOLD PROPERTY, vie
6 head of .Iforses, 10 Mitch ' •
Cows, 4 Heifers with Calf, 3
Durham Bulls. 16 head of
young Cattle, 12 Bead of Sheep. 'A.."'
2 breed Aug Sows, 10 Shoats, 2, broad-Wheeled Wagons,
1 Spring %Nen, 5 plangba, 4 harrews, 2 shovel har
rows, 1 Thrashing Machine,l,Reaper, 2 cutting boxes,
1. *Mardi], 1 carriage 1 trotting buggy, good as
new, 2 patent hay ladders, new patent Wire Rake,
sleigh, &c., &t
This is one of the largest and finest STOCKS In Leb
anon county, having had great care taken in the se
lection and breeding, and is one well Worthy, the at
tention of all lovers of flue cattle.
large variety of every kind of lIOUBKHOLD and
ft KITCHEN Furniture, and a large 'variety of oth
er articles for farming and housekeeping, too numer
ous to mention.
AU the articles not sold at the first day of sale *id
be sold on the second.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clook, 'A. M., of said days,
when terms will be made known. by
S. Annv %Ile to., Jan. 27,1894
WILL be sold at public sale at the late residence
of ABRAHAM OBIB, : need., in South Lebanon
township , about 4 miles frOxii Lebanon and 2 milk's
from Cornwall Furnaces, on
T.EtURSDA 1 7 ; lec:bruai'y 18, 1864,
an d •
TUESDAt March 22; 1864
the following Stock, Panning Iniplenients and House
S Working HO R- •
'sl3s. .miLcu COWS, S
- - head of Young CATTLE, 7 11.'1 t.
SIIEBP. 2 Ilogsl3 Grain Cradles,. 3 Scythes, ()HMI.
stone, Quarrying Tools. Log slid fifth Chains, Wood
Ladders. Jackscrew, Pails, Planks, double, and single
Trees, ploughs, harrows, 1 of Belmar and
Mower, (good es new,) 2 sleighti. grain drill, thritabing
Machine am , Horse Nicer, 2 WAGONS, (1 a broad
wheeled,) ropes, forkS, horde fakes, corn plow, 3 ahoy ,
el harrows, &a ,&e. Also, 3 Beds end Bedsteads, Ap
ple Butter, Benches, Lhopper . Machine ' Staffer, Pat
Press, cabbage Cutter , large Wool 'Wheel, Weaver Ma
terials, large BIGHT BAY CLOCK. Books, (including
Fox's Martyrs,) barrald, clock, cooking. Stove, 2 steel.
yards, augers, broad .axe, poet axe, caws, 25 yards
CARPET, scalding Troligh, tables, bell, cider. Press and
apple Mill, grain. Basil, splitting tools, horse gearing,
wheelbarrows, ladders. back.ets, cow chains, -hay lad
ders, land roller, boards, two-horse Wagon, STRAW
and HAY, straw bench, forks, • rakes, bag wheeler,
poste; corn aheller, wagon bed, smoked Meat, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
/Or. AM-articles nOt tied on , the first day will be sold
on the second.
UM to commence at 12 o'clock, M., when terms will
be made known' by
Adininistkators s. Notice.
*Totten Is hereby given that. Letters of Adnibssetra
rli tion,on the estate of MICHAEL AdOYEßOlec'd
late of Cornwafl rawnship, Lebanon raunty, PA:l ; have
been granted toVie angereigned,:residing itt,tbe,to wu-
AAP, county And State aforesaid. „All ; puractikindebt..
ed to said estate "will geese make payment
having claims present them withoutdeley.
TILENRY WITMER., J.
Coravralli Jan. G, MSC _ Administrator.
LEBANON, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1861.
t'UBLIC . SALE
S. Lebanon, Jilt. 6,188 d. Administrator.
PAYMENT OF SOLDIERS AND SAILORS.
In the Fedora'Mouse of Represen
tatiVes,en the-24th, when the Nayal
Appropriation bill was under consid
eration, Mr. Allett i of Illinois (Demo
crat,) offered. - au .ainendment to pay,
the ; soldiers. and sailors in gold or its,
eqtd\ralent, for the reason that paper
money had. depreciated Oneliliird,
while all articlesof consumption had
increased" in price. Mr. Stevens and
Mr. 'Athos Myer 1' this State; oppos
ed 'the amendment, and it was, of
eourse i ,rejectep; `* the . "loyal" major
ity, 'whose Sym
~,... fer the soldiers
hifd Sailors cOnsiSts.only 'in *words.
The "loyal" press now takes the
ground that Mr. Allen's amendment
was "an effort to depreciate the cur
rency." Such ' i are the miserable
shifts to which ;he :Abolitionists re
sort to avoid meeting the question
fairly. - ‘,),r.b.en, sone , months ago, the
proposition was made to pay the
President's sala7 in. gold,lt Was
right-- - ---th?*'"loyt4" party then diseov
ered nO desigh'in it to "depreciate,
the currency"4but now, when'itlA.
propeSed'te parthe soldiers and sail
ors the full anionat the law fixes,
why there is treason in it, and the
"loyal" party turns up its nose and
Cries faugh I Si) the soldiers and
sailors must lost one-third of their
pay to gratify "loYalty" Mr. Strouse,
of this district ad V i Ocated the proposi
tion, and made tlia following remarks
on the subjeft,
~ hidh. 'ivill 'co:Mit - and
the approbation" f f every Dernbeiat
and Of every friind of our sottlier's
and sailers :
take any part .i'
whatever. I alit
indisposed to do
Still,3 believe it: ,
a ,vvord at this.ja
went at:earth!, to
with the position
A remark 'was Ina& my' cot
league, who spek cisme months since,
[Air. A. MilYEEtS,]'abdut the loyaity of
the majority ,svhi h controls the ac
tion of this MR 4„hat they would.
'regulate thiS Mat e
'Mr. Chairman, there should be no
party discussion upon the subject of
a necessary appropriation of money
to pay the men ernplOyed in the pub
lic service. Sir, it isl unfair and an.
generous to indulge (n partisan lan
guage of that kind ; t this time, up
on a matter like the one at present
before the House. ) 1 claim, as :a
i the keystone
State, which I has the honor ; in
part, to represent piton this hater,
with My - Colleagues pon the other
side of the 'Houser, toe quite as loy
all as they 'are in ev
t ry respect, and
under any and all 'etreilmstances.—
What their definftiot ol'' the terra
."loyalty" is, I maypot 15r.0w, but
when my colleague talks of loyalty,
loyalty to the Constitution, loyalty
to our institutions ; trid loyalty to
our laws made in purstanee of the
Constitution, I claim the rlght to say
here upon this floor of the national
Congress that I am he peer of any
of these loyalty gentlemen in every
thing that, is in fact oydty.
If 1 choose to eriiiciae 'the ants of
the Administratiotr,am exercisinga
right which pertai 8 to the loyalty
of a member of the American Con
gress. And when ye ask that our
seamen, soldiers, anti marines; shall
be paid a larger amount than they
now receive,, whether to be paid in
gold or itti e , quiva.leit in greenbacks,
I say that, in my hilmble judgment, 1
the profiosition sho i lild cothmend it
self to the sense of right and justice
of every member ofi this body:
Now, sir, I do not say we should
pay the sailors, seamen, or any men
in the employ of the Government in
g'otcl, or in specie, because, as was re
marked by the chairman of the Corn.
mittee of lAraytrrtn - a Means, we have
not the gold to pay them with.—
There is not enough gold in the
hands of the .Government to pay
them. Circumstances have placed
us in a position which rendera it im
possible. But, sir, I think it is right
and Raper that at this time there
should 're an increase in the pay of
the men who peril their health and
their lives abroad in distant, lands
and seat sufficient to furnish not only
a sttpport to the men themadliei3, but
to support their families at lioine—
And when a proposition is submitted
thus to increase the pay of the, men
who are doing service for the preset'.
nation of the country and its institu
tions, I Cafe not whether it comes
from this side of the House or from
the other.side; I protest against its
being mae the ground for an attack
upon our loyalty. ,
The term, in 'modern* Ptiyaseblogy
I'knoW ha's a peculiar lr itiiiffi sap
ca a be . e;•
but, sir, I shy Here,
always, that we burl' as
baCk any insin
uation or inference against our loy
alty in the teeth of those who' make
it. Our patriotism requires no trum
peting: We do not belong' 'to the
"latter day saints,"'and can; hick coin
placently .Cfpo; l3 these Modern loyal
philanthropists, who denoilnee,j3itify
.do,n4etyative•and Democratiid•urnem ,
ber VIM IE3 'not like thenit'sellieis; ftil&
, ly bent upon "unconditional loyalty"
and!crazy on abWitionism.
EVEN W. SfIAAK
IT did not intend to
entirely tOoinuch .
• be my diftlyto say
:•e. My own judg
;vory great extent
ssu med by the gen=
We advocate this proposition in
good faith fore the benefit of tho4e
who are fighting for the preservation
of the—Union. We want' that they
shall have an increase of pay so that
their families may be saved from ruin
and destitution. If they cannot be
paid in gold, let there be an equiva
lent increase Of pay. We ought to
recollect that many of our sailors and
, naval officers -are upon foreign sta
tions Whore the currency of °lir qbv
*ernment cannot be called a circulat
ing medium. It is right arid proper
that something should be done so
that they shall receive what was
promised to thern,and . one Ea if
or one third the Remount. When we
appropriate million's and hundreds of
trillions, it is ;proper that we should
be just, if not generous, to - these
hratve men to whom we are indebted
for the victories of our arms, and _the
greatness and glory of our country
past and present.
ANOTHER EPISTLE FROM "A LINCOLN."
An American correspondent of the
Glasgow (Scotland) Chronicle, sends
the following to that paper, in his let
ter ; descriptiveof the Chicago Sani
tary Fair, about which there was so
much talk a sliicitliine since. This
alleged 'producti6n 'tyt "Ahe Lincoln,"
Whether geniiiiie or not, shows plain
ly enough - the foot-prints of that func
tionary. It is his style exactly.---
""Soiree ladies have also written to
the President for the original shirt
he wore when on his way to Wash
ington, and was nearly murdered'
Baltimore, or would haVe - -been but
for a Seoteh:eap ' -
Executive Manion, Washington,
'Oet.. 6,1863. To the adies havingin
charge the Northwestern fair of the
Sanitary CommissiOn, Chicago 111.,-
according. .to the request made in
your behalf forthe original shirt worn
by me. :when. I came on from Illinois
. . .
le be inatightatedin 1861, I have sent
it en to you in a package by Harden'i3
EXPresS., , The We letters ";4. li."
at the tail end:Of theistic - 1e were not
Made 'by Mrs. L., or any of the, fe. ,
males of myfamily. They; Were Writ
ten with indelible ink, purchased by
me for a quarter, in Springfield, three
years ago.. I had some desire to re
tain the shirt; but if 'it shall contri
bute to the relief or 'comfort of the.
soldiers, that will be better.
_Your 'obedient servant,
*Thisis rather rich; especially- "the
tail-end of the article." No one but
the eminent Statesman now at the
head of this nation could have written
such a later.
TO SOLDIERS AND POSTMASTERS.
Editors' of newspapers throughout
the United States will confer a favor
on the - soldiers in the field, as well as
their friends at honie,`by giving pubt,
licity to the :
AN ACT. TO AMENDTITV LAW PR,ESCRI
BIND THE ARTICLES TO BE. ADMITTED
INTO THE ,DF THE . UNITED
S A ,S
Be it enacted bythe Senate and House
of BeireSentatives of the United States
'of America; in Congras :assembled.
That articles of clothing, being Man
uffictured .of wOol, a potton or linen,
and comprised in a packag . e . iie't
seeding two pounds in weight, .ad
dressed to 'any non-commissioned offi
cer or private serving in the armies
of the United States May be irLasinit
ted in the Mails Of the United States,
r at the rate of eight cents, to be in all
eases prepaid, for every four onliCes
or fraction thereof; subject to such
regulations as the Pogtinaster Gener
al may prescribe—Approved Tad. 22.
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, Sall. 25,
The foregoing .law is published for
the information Of the. public, and es
pecially for the guidance of postmas
ters, and is thought to be so full and
plain that, no one can mistake its
meaning. Postmasters will however,
bear in mind that packages of cloth
ing entitled to pass in : mails—four
ounces for eight cents—must be man
ufactured from wool, cotton or linen,
and not exceeding two pounds in
weight, and must be addressed to a
non-commissioned officer or priVate
S'ertihg in the armies of the - United
States. ConSequently a package lid=
dressed to commissioned officer, or
composed dfother materials than as
above Specified, such as boots, shoes,
/&v„ if sent by mail, must be Prepaid
by stampsat'letter rates, viz: three
cents far k; - ery half ottheeer fraction
M. BLAIR, Postmasters General
THE LATEST POMPEIAN DISCOVERIES.
A very interesting discovery has
been Made during the excavations
undertaken by the Cavalier Fiorelii,
in. the pins of POmpei. vacant
place Was one day noticed under a
heap of rubbish," which pitesented the
appearance of containing human re
mainS. dßneeived.thi idea of
-makilig a plaster oast of tlie4 . befoie
they Were disturbed, and this Was
done so successfully that
group were raised together, while the .
mould preseives the very attitudes
in which death overtook his victims.
;'Vesuvius has thus preserved'
pearange,of the clothes, the flesh and'
the'entire persons' of those whe:ler;
=ishcd, whentheir city; was destroyed
'by the stream of lava, whiCh poured
down from the mountain above
WHOLE NO. 763
One of the bodies is that of a wo
man, who is flying through the little
narrow street, carrying her valuables
with her, - vvhich were found scattered
around her while she may be seen
lying on her left side; her, headdress,
the tissue of her clothing, and two
silver. rings, upon her fingers ; being
easily detected.. The left • arib.
raised and writhing, the delicate
hand is convulsively closed, and the
pane appeaßfto,hive entered the flesh.
The body appears swollen and cbn
tra,cted ; the lower limbs, which are
stretched ; out, albie retaining . their
natural appearance. She seems to
have Struggled long in fearful pain.—
Her attitude - is that of agony, not
Behind her a woman and young
airl'had fallen. 'The' forrner Oohs
bly the mother,: seems to have' been
of humble eitraction, judging from
the size of her ears. On her finger
is a single iron ring. Her left arm is
raised and bent, as though she had al
so died struggling. The girl is almost
a child. One can still see the tissue
of her dress with marvelons distindt
ness—the sleeves,coming to her wrist
—and the embroidery of her 'shoes.—
.She had, through fear probAly, lifted
her dress over her head, and then fal
len with her face to the ground. One
hand is half open, as though, she had
:usedit to keep her, veil 'Over her face.
She appears to have died eb,siiyl:--
The fourth body is that of a man—a
Colossus. He is stretched. on his
baek as -. lough he intended to meet
his fate 'bravely. His clothes are
very distinctly marked. Ile wears
closely fitting trousers, laced sandals,
the soles of which are studded with
thick nails, and an iron ring on one
finger. His eyes and hair are obliV.
crated, but, his heavy moustach is
clearly apparent. These strange fig
ures give us a striking 'picture of the
terrible death undergone by the citi
zens of Pompei, eighteen centuries
ago, - while'the, 'mode of their death
his preserved. the 'record of - their
Sdr HARD TO PLEASE.—Some time
ago there lived in Edinburgh a well
known grumbler named Sandy Black,
whose often -recurring fits •of spleen
or indigestion produced some amusing
scenes of senseless irritability, winch
were highly relished by all' eXoe - pt
the brute's good patielL little
One morning Sandy - Me bent ou a
quarrel; the handles and eggs . 'were
'excellent, done to a; turn, and had
been ordered by himself the previous
evening, and breakfastpassed withont
- will you have for dinner, Candy ?"
said Mrs. Black. "A chicken, Mad
am," said the -husband. Beast or
boiled ? asked the wife. "Confound
it, madam, if you had. been a good
_considerate wife, you'd have known
before this what I liked,". Sandy
growled out, and, slamming the door
behind hini, left the house. It was
in Spring; and ; a friend who was pres
ent heard the little wife say. "San
dy's bent on, a disturbance to-day; -I
shall not please him, do, what I "ca." •
The dinner time came and Sandy and
his friend sat doWn to dinner. The
fish was eaten in silence, and bn rais
ing the cover of the dish before him,
in a towering Passion he called out
"Boiled chi:eke - 111 I. hate it, madam?'
Immediately the cover was raised for
another chicken roasted to a turn.
"Madam, I won't eat, roasted chick
en," roared Sandy;, "yOu know ho
w it should have been - cdoked 1" At the
instant a broiled chicken, With mush
rooms, was placed on the table'.
"Without green peas !" roared the
crrumbler.'.'Here they are, dear,"
said Mrs. Black. "How dare you
spend. My money in that way ?"
.wrhey were a present," said the wife,
interrupting, him. Rising from his
chair and rushing from his room amid
a roar of laughter from his frcind he
clenched his fist and shouted,_ "H. 507
dare you receive a iikeient *ithnift
my leave ?" , • . •
WHAT THE N, Y. LEDGER SAYS ABOUT
THE RE-NOMINATION OF LINCOLN.
Bonner, of - the New York Ledger;
thus speaks, of the proposed: re-nomi
nation of Lincoln
is generally understood that
ABRAIIAM diorw is quite anxious to
serve another term in the White
House,and tbat his friends are work
ing late and early to secure him the
nomination of his party. We hope
he won't get it. We' have nothing
against Mr. Lincoln personallY; but
a President who ca,n_ quietly sit and
crack jokes in the White House
while he permits an old fosiii like
Secretary Welles to manage the Na
vy Dpartment, is not' the sort of
roan we 'admire: the nitre fact that
Mr: Linceln has keff, old Welles in
office while' . comineice is being
ruined by rebel liriVateera, will cost
him thotieands of voteA if he ever
Conies before the people a
, candidate for the Presidency.",
A maii Who can joke, while all
•around is grief, • woe and mourning,
While thousands of America's brave
ii6trif are falling off- every Band; jok
ing• While the boiintry is: b irainent
peril, while fraud and corruption
stalk abroad' • in every. portion of ,the
land, deseyves the:execration , of the
honat Ci < . tizen,t land is deCiarthy of
even lbwest their
Abblition - papei says 4 al
the,Democratic editors ought to be
Irishmen!' We were not et` are of
it ; but we do know that alLAbolition
editors ought to be niggers.-
AFAMILY- ' ; ' ; I -'I 6 'T
IS PRINTED AND PUBLIS4ED WEEKLY
By WM. X. BIOWLEX,
. of Fancies
At One Dollar and Fifty Caiita a Year
Ansitemessresen inserted at the decal rates...ilia
The friends of, the eetablishnient, and the public gener
ally are ratrPeCtrialrbakited to irs9d in theirorders.
r HANDBILLS , Printed at air hours notice.
RATES OF POSTAGE. . .
In Lebanon County, postage free
In Pennsylvania, out of Lebanon dountyW ir Only Plot
quarter, 0443 cents a year.. , . -
'Ontortitis State; 63 otti4siquarter, or 26 dabs year
iftluipostage -is not paid in advance, rates are double.
'A - detachment of troops recently
scouting the valley, of the Snake or
Lewis fork of the Coltimbia, discov
ered a waterfall which is doubtless
justly entitled, to the distinction of
being enlled ihe greatest in ;the
world. The entire. volume ,of Snare
river pours over a shcer.precipi i, ce,orie
hundred and ninety-eight,. feet;high
—thirty-eight feet higher than
era. % Snake - river . is lull as large as
the Niagara t and *the cascade is in
one solid sheet, or body. The local
itylof this immense waterfall timear
the point heretofore designated as the
Great Shoshone or .Salmon Falls of
that river, but they have always beep
enveloped in mystery_ .iljpips,t. „a
dozen years ago,.the writer passed 'a
long the Snake river road. For ; two
reap we heard' the roaring of thesp
falls, - but learned no more respecting
them than if they had
_been in the
moon. It was, said,that there was a
series of falls and rapids, making a
descent of seven hundred feet in sev
en miles, and the sound gave color to
the report. .p'o,r tinqdred
of miles tt
cross that great plain, ; 'Snake river
flows through a canon, with vertical
walls, hundreds of Poet high. It is oa
k), at long-intervals that salient points
are found by which the river - can
reached. The roa:d crosses from
point ;; o point of the bends, dray' ap
proaching,close to the river where
their:is - a chance, to descend for water.
From tbe,s9,facta.very few, if _any; Of
the tens of thousands of adventurers
who have grossed the plains ever
looked upon the Great Falls. The
late discoverers report, besides the
,rain cataract, many others of less
height, varying from twenty to fifty
feet each,„,near by. Some day they
will be visited by the tourist and
pleasure-seeker, and looked upon as.
frequently and familiarly asNiagara is
to-day; and it wilt be adiaitted,that,
With the stupendous giandure of their
surroundings, they are as far
Niagara as .Niagara now °keels tie
balance of the world.
CHANGAD Hls, - Milcri.—Wen the
President Lincoln to stiffen Ili- back,-:
bone for the great work of aboliShing
slavery by proclamation, the philoso- -
pber of the . White ,I;(crase,,OxlWelned
his opinion of the, efficacy of the 'itre
eess in his usual quaint-way, "YOU
remember," he said, "the slave who '
asked his master • ;if rahotdd call a
• sheep's tail a doo's leg, how many
legs would .it have 'Five.' `':lo,
only four ; for my (ala ;the tail a
leg would. not make -so.' Now
5•'""?.." -- !;"rf - '"
are wolll4l.be no more free
thin at present." 'Ale interesting
conversation occurred only a little
more than a year ago, and yet, in that
short tiMe; Qld :has sfl emrough
:ly changed his opinion that he.be;
Heves to-day = or professes . to believe
—if you calla sheep's tail 'a leg, the
sheep will have five legs—in other
words, he imagines he haAa, set all
southern niggerdom free by procla
im:ado* What a queer fish.he
• - "LEAKING OUT." -
AnAZng. the 'latest news " fron.
Washington in the Republican papers
we find this.: "
"It has leaked out that official
ports pnt_the, Vnion loss in killed,
wounded Arainissing in OhaficellOrit
vile at the appalling figiire"
80`000 at, Chickahominy, 20,000-at
second Bull Run fight, 20,000 at An ,
tietam, 20,000 at Fredericksburg 28-
000 at Qhancellbi.SiTille, anti2s.ooo at
Get t iliiiiirkj--143,000 in all, pret
ty plainly what has become of the
great Potomac Army of the winter
of 180. , ITe belfeVe - all the above are
low figures, yet how different from
the unofficial and unao.tho;ized statis-,
tical tables put befOre the public and
taking the rounds of the papers.
far. The grog ration will probably
be restored in the navy. Enlistmentfi
it is thought will follow.—Exchange
The grog . ration was abolished in
the times of the Maine law delusion.
The leaders in that delusion are now
the leaders in the Abolition delusion.
We s4Pose they still thinly the grog
ration a grefi.t sin, : but. in their es
timation, slavery is the greater shi t
they propose to fight the devil with
fire—that is, slavery with grog.
NOT Ban.7---Unedueated pers - ona',,
and even tb.e.rudest, often succeedin,
illustration where the thoughful: and.
cultivated fail. A striking instance
is given in the case of a negro, whose
head was examined by a plirenolo
gist. A volume of in
scarcely convey more to our an}i
than the fellow's homely speech: "ICS.
hard, miss 4 to t'e.ll what meet is hi de
smoke hoUse,:hy jutting` the hand on
bar' The .. offiee of the Mal:toning
.published at YOungs- -
town. Ex-Qovernor Todd's plane of
residence, .was-destroyed on Friday.
night by it mob. led on bita number,
of prominent Abolitionists, who ale
a:ttemptea iiSse:Siimitibn of the etc
EIGEIT TONS OF -. GnEENßAcss:
Eight.tons of greenbacks were car
_titer the New Jersey Railroad.t9
Washington one day last week. The
money is said to be the collections a
different internal revenue officers.
NpiLL Pntais "noi . ,,emlait:
that slavery is dead until sees it
buried." The New Itiven liejister
says if be will go to the "Freedmen's"
camps along the 3fississippi, he will
see it buried at the rate of several'
:hundred per day. -
Bu i lding,. Cu&Serifs:id St