The Lebanon advertiser. (Lebanon, Pa.) 1849-1901, March 16, 1864, Image 2
~vYb . a'iCDiC Alhertiser. WiUt DIMOCRATIC PRINVITLES CF.Afin TO ULU, SPE OkAtis TO rora.nw.^ WM. N. BRESLIN, Editor and Proprietor LEBANON, PA. WEDNESDAY, 'SIARCII 16,11864 ne, The German Republicans at a Convention held At Detroit, resolved "not to, vote for Lincoln." They want Fremont, chase, Butler, or some other candidate—but not Lincoln. `The Executive State - Committee of the New Jersey German organiza tiOn has also passed a series of reso lutions, protesting against the nomi nation of Mr. Lincoln in bitter terms. stir Among the officers recently re lease& by the rebels, and who arrived at Annapolig on Wednesday last, from Richmond, - was lerajor -Harry A. White, of the 57th Pennsylvania Cavalry, and late a .member of the Pennsylvania Senate. - • • soeThe . -Democratic County Con vention of Ds,uphin County, met last Thursday., ,Delegates to the • Sta"te Convention were. • appointed unani mously instructed to support Gen. McClellan for the Presidency. • . kir Amid the thunders of the can non of .Antietam Gen. McClellan re ceived a dispatdh 'front Halleel,: and the rulers at Washington, telling him that "the, enemy in his front has crossed the river, will turn -his• left and. cut him' • off from Washington." Imagine the smile of the hero - of that bloody battle-field at the fright of the paralized authorities, in Washington. McClellan relieved them from their fright, saved the Capital and the na tion;' and still, before, after and ev er since he received only ill-treatment from them, If the present genera tion does not do justice to McClellan, history will I Is_ The State Senate was organ ized, last week, by the Republicans seceding from - their revolutionary and unconstitutional- course. Mr. Penny resigned, as Speaker, which however there was .no need" for as he was. not Speaker, and then an elec tion was - had and Mr. P. was elected. The Position, hehlhy the Democrats from the beginning of the session has thus receiveda complete - vindication, for had the Republicans been right they would have - persevered - and leg islation, would not have suffered, for they havoa majority and could pass any measure; But knowing' - that they were wrong, they yielded after a waste of two months' time, and a large amount of -the people's money. If the people of Pennsylvania: do not condemn the pOlicy and course of the Abolitionists next fall they do not de serve better:governinent than is now exercised over them. Ver LITTLE HEARTS.—The amenu ments to the constitution allowing soldiers - to vote were passed upon in the State 'Senate last week. The Democrats did not vote at all -upon the question, because- the Senate was unorganized,—no speaker having then yet been elected. After the election of a Speaker they asked permission to record their votes on the question, and the big-hearted I manly ! fair minded. Abolitionists refused them the privilege. -They do this for political capital sake, and their papers have the meanness to bell their readers that the course pursued by the Demo crats was because they are opposed to the soldiers voting. The. Demo crats would not be guilty of such mean, dirty, little tricks if they could thereby obtain a unanimous vote for their party. The democrats want the soldiers to vote, but they also want things done in accordance with the Constitution and the laws: It has been ascertained that our loss in Florida, in the late reverse as Oscealo, is upwards of two thou sand.. Only .Taoksonville, in that State, is for the future to be held. The firing on Charleston has teas ed for the present. ter It is said that Mr. Charley Moyer, one of the Abolition orators last fall, is the author• of the follow ing sayings. -* We do not believe that he would be guilty of such foolish brevities, but 'until he publicly denies the charge, be will be held responsi ble "It is easier to pay a small sum than it is to pay a larger one." `"lt is easier to pay a debt when you have the money than it is when you havn't got the money." "I am not a great man." (gWar should not be looked upon as an alarming evil by any means." "Nobody's hurt, nothing is going wrong,!' "The crime of silence is what I ear. US. The Crawford, Pa., Journal, the Old and influential organ of the titiliosition in that county, came out ,fiatli last week against'the re-nomi cotliiii ofMr, Lincoln. It thinks that ockgs k Wdots and office-seeking poll tioions4ke Aged the country long enough. LEADERS OF VIE REPUBLICAN PAR TY.—What wonderful changes a few -years may bring about. Three years ago we were a happy, prosperous and pon-mful nation. What are we now ? Three 'years ago the Demo cratic party had a number of - men in its ranks whose room w•as more de sirable than their company. They either wanted to manage or have the offices, to neither of which the party would consent, because they wanted either confidence, character or ability. Presto change, and they joined the abolitionists. We now find them the chiefs among the rulers. Who are they ? There is Stanton, Secretary of War. We will not; say anything against him because, we understand, that a copy of the ADVERTISER was sent to him a few' weeks ago from this place, with the . inquiry whether we should be hung ! Ile mightan swer "yes," and as discretion is the better part of valor, we bold our peace I But then there is ' Ben But ler. He voted for Breckenridge in - the Charleston convention upwards of an hundred times, we believe, and threat ened to vote for him-jmtil doomsday.. He is now chief "beast" of the Aboli tiOnists. His specialty is to 'abuse women, and, in general, act.the out law, which he has been declared to be by Jeff. Davis. Chase was a demo crat a few 'years ago, now he leads 'the Abolitionists ; so was Cameron.: In the Pennsylvania Senate, forthe. want of a better, they have been ob liged to take that political weather cock, Morrow B. Lowry, fora leader. Never beingAle:tOzget a corporal's guard to follow his foolish movements while a Democrat, he changed his coat, and is now a cock of the walk of the AholitionistS in Pennsylvania. We Might mention hundreds of other cases where discharged Democrats have became leaders aniong the oppo. sition, but - the above is sufficient to show that the .men considered to be the best among the present day Re publicans, were always regarded as the worst among the Democrats, and hence, it is no wonder that the "best government on the face of the earth" while these men were kept out of of fice and power, has become as it is with them in place and authority. - In the canvass of 1560 the Democracy charged upon the-Repub lican party an attempt to interfere with the institutions of the Southern States.. They denied it. When the civil war broke out in 1861, the Lin coln speakers: and presses were most terribly _emphatic in the ig.lertion that it was not on account of SlaVery or any fears for its overthrow that induced the South to array. them selves in hostility to the government, but that for thirty year& they had secretly premeditated a dissolUtion of the Union. Since the proclama tion of the .President emancipating their much beloved colored brethren, they all earnestly swear that slavery was the cause of the war, and that the governmetat cannot restore peace until that cause is removed.: Attei- It is proposed that the: best way to "take Richmond," iS first to take Washington, next fall, by means of the ballot-boxeS, , when Richmond will have to yield. Washington is between us and Richmond, and is not in - the possession of the people, but in the hands of spoilers and incompe tents; hence, the necessity of taking it by ballots ! • giiir The camels imported for the go.Vernment: a few years ago, and since kept near the Tejon reserva tion- on the plains, - have increased froin fifteen to thirty-seven. This is the only increase, except of debt and taxation, that has been reported nn - der government* management. We hope the camels will 'continue to in- crease - , So that the administration can have something to boast of. It would not be surprising if it should some day wake up . to the fact that it has also an elephant on its hands. WI - Col. Dahigren, one of the offi cers of the late Kilpatrick raid tow ards Richmond, and who was among the missing, is now ascertained to 'have been killed, and some seventy or eighty of Mil men captured: Kil patrick's loss was heaVy, and no good . seems to have been accomplished.— The military policy of using up all the cavalry (as Kilpatrick's opera tion has done) before the beginning of the active campaign, is bitterly censured. tos6,A woman applied fora free ride on the railroad near Troy, New York, on the ground that she _had three hushands in the army. Itc9.. The vote on the amendments to the Constitution, in NeNV York, re sulted in favor of the soldiers vote by a large majority—all parties seeming to favor it. OZ:r The Tribune now fixes the ut most limit of the - "rebellion" to the Fourth of July. Two years ago it declared if it was not ended in six months, it never would be. ma. The Washington Chronicle re commends the printing of the Presi dent's messages In the German, Nor wegian, Welsh, French and Bohemi an languages. Would it not be well to have his messages first made into Englishl VE5— $200,000 worth of hay wnslost at Cairo, last week, by the - sinking of the barges on which it was loaded, through carelessness. It belonged to the Government. Thus the mon ey goes. "Any people, anywhere, being in clined and `.having the power, have the right to rise up and shake off the existing government and form a new one: that suits them better. Nor is' thiS right confined to cases in which the people of any existing government may choose to exercise it. Any por tion of such people that can, may rey-' olutionize, and may make their own of so much of the territory as they in habit. More than this, a Majority of any portion of such people may revo lutionize, putting down a Minority,' intermingled with or near' about them, who may oppose their move ments." O' Reader, who do you think is the author of the above sentiment.— ABRAHAM LINCOLN I See API pendix to Congressional Globe, page 91, debates of the Ist session of the Both : Congress. Jar' The:Aboli ti en is ts now propose an: amendment to: the Constitution prohibiting slavery throughout the Whole wuritry. How is this ? We thought Lincoln had abolished sla very by proclamation ! We haVe been told over and over again that shivery wits dead that Father Abra ham's emancipation proclamation had done all that, but the abolition Doc tors don't 'Seem to be satisfied. They DOW want the ecnstittition altered,— But is it net strange ? If Abe's'Proc lamations are worth what is claimed for them, wby the amending of the Constitution ? We can't furstay, and doubt much if anybody else can.. (*-- It appears tO,be settled' that General Meade is -to be removed or retired. General Baldy Smith, an officer of the - western army, will probably be. his successor. 111-health is given as the cause of Gen. Meade's retirement. - Kr The, body of Col. Dahlgreen, killed in the :recent Lipari& raid, has been sent home to. his ,family.— The reports that he had been mal treatedby the rebels, are untrue.— The barbarous orders, howeVer, said to have been found on his body; are defended by the N. Y. Tribune, is "military and proper." fier- There is a very dangerous state of feeling growing up in the , West, in regard to the frequent de struction of Democratic - Newspaper offices and other outrages by aboliL tion Mobs. •As ther'd is no legal or military punishment ever inflicted upon the perpetrators, the people are making up their .minds - that retalia tion is the only and rightful remedy in times like these. The Administra tion at Washington certainly could put a stop .to the lawlessness now rife in the land, but as they are not stopped, and no l i viten tion is apparent to stop them; we must conclude that they connive at them, and hence, law justifies the Democracy in filling back Upon -the power of their own strong arms , fiir selftprotection, defense, and punishment of the ag gressors. One of the resolutions a dopted by the Democrats of Indiana, will also be very applicable here. Tt is as follows i--- 2d. That those fanatics and cowards who are in the habit of pointing soldiers to peaceable and respectable citizens as. "copperheads" and "traitors," will add In their own personal safe ty hy-siesisting from such a Ceara() in the future. Democrats are not and will not be the, aggressors, but as patience has almost ceased to be a virtue in the frequent outrages committed upon their persons and property, we ap peal to the opposition to reflect and desist before it is too late. Demo crats have borne a great deal in pa tience. Our opponents own ,peace, prosperity -and happiness depends upon frOWning down and condemn ing (before - not after) all such scenes as have lately been witnessed all over the -land. Kr• It is authoritatively announc ed that the President contemplates another draft of two or -three hundred thousand men, to take place sonic time in April, and that it will then be immediately enforced under the new law. Or The wife of Gen. Beauregard died at New Orleans on the 2d in stant.. Her funeral was one of the largest ever held in that-city. "Ry.mov.AL!.'—The Rev. Dr. Thom as Johnston has resigned the pastoral charge of the New School Presbyte rian Church in Mantua, (West Phila delphia,) and accepted .a call to a German Reformed Church in Leba non, Pa. As it has been the lot of one of the editors of the Presbyterian, to be thrown into constant inter course with Dr. Johnston, we take the liberty of con - intending him to the church to which he goes as a brother beloved, an earnest and faith ful pastor, and One ready to co-oper ate in every good work, with all who love the cause and Kingdoin of our. Lord Jesus Christ. 4 1GoNz UP."—The West Branch Insurance Company, located at Lock Haven, Lycoming County, Pa., has appointed assignees; consequently those who have insured in that com pany in this County, would do well to apply to some solvent company for-security against loss by fire, • DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION.- This body will meet in Philadelphia on Thursday, the 24th inst. Its prin ciple business will be the election of Delegates to the National Democrat-., is Convention, and the . nomination of a Presidential Electoral " Ticket.— Nearly all the Delegates to the State Convention are instructed for Me- CLg.LLA.s for President, and he will doubtless be the unanimous choice of the Convention. szar The Democratic .members of the State Senate have issued an ad dress to their constituents respecting the proceedings in the Senate from its meetings in January, until its or ganization last week, They prove conclusively that their course was right and constitutional, and that the abolitionists Were wrong ; which is further , proven by the latter seceding from their course of disorganization and proceeding:to the election of a Speaker. We shall lay the address before the readers of the ADVERTI . SER next week. Oztr They 'are getting too much GoVernor away down in Louisiana.— They sport four of the commodity just now, viz :—ilanks, Military Gov ernor; Shepley, also Military Gov ernor ; Allen, COnfederate Governor, and Hahn, the. new "one-tenth" Gov ernor. The charges'in the Abolition preSs that the Democrats voted a gainst the proposed :amendmente to our. State Constitution, allowing sol-, dieri the right to vote, are §o even if they were not ,FATAE, that , men of characterought to be asham ed engaging in circulating them. The Democrats reOsted all legislation because the Abolitionists refused to organize the Senate. But it is false that they voted. agaidst the amend ments. They did not vote at After the organization they asked leave to vote., but were denied the privilege by the abolition majority:— When the abolitionists say the Dem ociata voted against said amendment say they die 1 The United States and= France -41 ie . beginning to be pretty generally believed in well-informed circles that there is trouble. brewing between the United States and "France. The son of Minister Dayton arrived in Wash ington on Wednesday evening from Paris, bringing deSpatchee from his father, which are said to be of a very important character, warning - the government to prepare for the recog nition of the Southern Confederacy by Napoleon, and other measures of an unfriendly if . not tbi7eatening char= —.4 Ate - Mobile is now the great point of military interest.. Admiral Parra gut has attacked Fort,..P.oWell; Which commands the entrance to Grant's Pass. This fort stands at tire mouth of a narrow channel, thirty miles in length, and strongly fortified, for the entire distance.. No impression has yet been made upon the fort, and no shells have lately been thrown at Forts Morgan or ,Gains, which com mand the other entrance to the har bor. Aland attack as been attempt ed. The great strength of Mobile, and tip weakness of Farragut's fleet, bear us out in stating that there is little hope of the capture of place. The advices from Mobile are to the Ist of March. ziee - The sloop of war, HouSatonie, was sunic by, a confederate torpedo, at Beach inlet, S. C. on the ].Bth, The Captain, clerk and engineer were lost. AO' Mrs. Clem. White, of Selma, a sister of Mrs. Abraham Lincoln, recently presented a Confederate Jack - to the gunboat Melville, at Mobile.—Ranee Journal. Had this been the sister of a Dem ocrat, instead of the sister of the wife of the President of the United States, the abolition press throughout the land would haVe sent up a' howl of indignation. But as this brave Con federate lady is merely a sister•in law of his august majesty, Abraham the First, the abolition press is as eilent as tho tomb. .If any Democrat in the _North held such near relation ship to Airs. dem. White, of .Selma, Alabatua, the hloodhounds of the se cret service would dog his every step. Se" LiELMEN'ANT • GERERAL U. S GitArrk - arrived in Washington on Tuesday evening, and was received stith distinguishing demonstrations of respect and honor. He visited the Army of the Potomac on Thurs day, and'dined with Gen. Meade. • NEW ITAMPSIIIRE ELECTION.—The State election in New Hampshire 013 Tuesday lust, resulted, as was gener ally expected, in the succese of the Abolitionists. Gilmore (Ab.) is elec ted Governor by about 5,000 majority over _Harrington, (Dew.) Front the Presbyterian /ter The workingmen of New York have convened in public meeting to consider the effect of our civil war upon their interats. Several thou sand of them met together, and they resolved that the present war was prosecuted for the benefit of the ne gro, not for the white man, and its result was to enrich the idle worth less few at the expense of the toiling millions. A meeting is to be called which are.to be represented all oc cupations in the United States, the members of which live by their in dustry. • fr" Cincinnati, Enquirer says that the prize for the haadsomest "baby" at the Glass Blowers' Exhibition, was awarded to a negro child. "Ev. cry person to their taste, as the wo man said, when she kissed her cow. tar The Dayton Empire says a lady, the other day, entered a dry goods store in that city and bought five dollars worth of goods and threw down a ten dollar gold piece to • pay for them. The merchant coolly opened his. drawer and gave her a ten dollar greenback in ex change ; Now the question arises, did the lady get her goods for noth ing, or is a ten dollar greenback worth only five dollars This is a practical demonstration of the value of the "soundest and best currency in the world." for Mr. Cox, of Ohio; made a good bit in the House of Representa tives on Monday. The House bad just passed another - of the series of buncombe resolutions which have be come so fashionable, declaring, that. the "cause of the war must be abol. isbed," "the rebellion must be crush ed," and "the Union, must be re• stored," - all of which do about as much good as so many paper bullets, when Mr. Cox offered the following : Resolved, That the rebellion be, and the same Is, hereby abolished. " The Haulm saw the joke in an in stant, laughed heartily over it, and. then passed the resolution by a unan imous vote. Our Republican breth ern, who have such strong faith in resolutions and proclamations, will probably now, regard the rebellion as dead, and bury it 'alongside of slavery. Kr The House Carpenters of Al lentown made a strike last week for an advance of their wages to $1 75 a day, which was promptly acceded to by the employers. A Methodist church has been organized in Ohio, in which no stump speeches are allowed on Sunday.— The administration churches refuse to recognize it. DEW" Three negroes of the Fifty-fifth Massachusetts regiment .were recent ly bung in Florida for committing a rape on a white woman: Tpa.. The city and county tax for New York for' the present year will be $13,000,000, or $l3 a head for the inhabitants of Manhattan Island. ler The Albany Argus Buys: In 1850, the property of the loyal States was valued at less than eleven thou sand millions. Probably four thou sand millions of this has already been borrowed ! At the rate we are go ing on, how long will it take to reach the remaining seven thousand mil lions ? O Vico President Hamlin is said to be . the most violent opponent of Lincoln's renominatien. In his op pinion it was all right before, but it is all wrong now. Hunnibal's sec ond sober thought may be the truest one of his life. Kr Theodore Tilton, of the New York Independent, said in a lecture the other day at Portland, that it was "the prime duty of all to grasp God with one hand and the negro with the other." It is not difficult to say which he would. grasp most cor dial. lOn_. A new Club HOuse for -the ac-' commodatimi of the Union League,. of Philadelphia, is to. be • erected of brick and brown stone on the corner of-Broad and Sansoin streets. The building will be one of the handsom est on Broad street. and is expected to cost 5120,000. Shoddy pays well. General Butler has sent an expo clition to King and' Queen Court House, to retaliate upon the citizens of—that place for Dahlgren's .death. Twenty prisoners were captured, and the unarmed citizens driven out ofthe town. • A NOVEL 'MODE SMUGGLING.— A new and ingenious method of smuggling liquor into this city was brought to light on Saturday last, through the efforts of the detectives. For soma time past a certain chicken coop has bean observed to have made frequent and regula . r journeys tureen this city, and Washington,.on the ferry boats, going up empty and returning well filled with fine fat shanghais. The poultry traffic has always been considered ail' honorable one, and we have not learned what first,. drew suspicion toward the integ rity of the dealer in question ; but certain it is, that one of those curious chaps employed in this 'department took the. liberty of inspecting this "coop" for the purpose of Ascertain ing the features of the latest improve. ments in. that species of- ertrueture, and his labors -were rewarded with the discovery that its bottom was composed of tin, in the shape of a fiat shallow box ; and a closer inspebtion, revealed the important item of thirty, gallons of old. rye, contained in the aforesaid box. The game was _up ; the chicken, alias whisky dealer, was completely over sloughed. The dodge , is certainly an ingenious one, and would probably not haVe been dis covered now but for the fact that it was-suggested that in' a:: place where cocktails were so numerous there must be something else at the bottom of IL -Alexandria Journal. Or The indebtedness of the State of New Jersey is only $26,000, and this small amount, Gov. Parker says, will probably be paid during the cur rent year, and a surplus left in the Treasury. What a pleasant little State to live in—out of debt, Demo cratic polities, and constituting in it self the purest specimen of State gov ernment to be found in the nation. No PEACE.—The Abolition State Convention of Connecticut resolved that "propositions for treaties of peace with the' rebels," are treasonable.— Congress has adopted a resolution to reject every proposition of peace from the rebels—even though they lay down their arms and adhere to the Constitution in every respect. So the position of the Abolition party is clear enough—interminable war.— The annual resolve that the rebellion is about 'ended, and that the war is to be closeiiin a few months, is worth no more now than it , wasin the spring el 1861, - • Cttr The Abolition National Com mittee passed a resolution that no bogus delegates should be admitted into their 'presidential conveetion from such states as Arkansas, Ten nessee, Florida and Louisiana.— This is a slap at old Abe. Those opposed to his reelection have no idea of being cheated out of their rights. That is right, He needs watching. TILE ALABAMA AND SEMME'S Loos- our.—The London Shipping Gazette says.: "An officer of the Alabama, who left that ship in consequence of a quarrel with Captain Semmes, states that the Alabama has the very best telescopes on board. A lookout-man is always kept at the mast head.. ka soon as the faiutest symptom of a sail , is descried. Senimes goes to the mast head :himself, and if there is the slightest probability that the sraoger is a man•of-war, the Alahama is driven with full steam on out of sight, and, ii possible, in a totally opposite 'direction to that of the strange sail." The Confederates have driven the negro garrison out of Suffolk, Virgi. nia. On Wednesday last they at tacked Suffolk and the negro troops becoming panic-stricken, abandoned the place and retreated eight miles. One hundred of the negroes .were captured ; the killed and wounded are not reported. Reinforcements hurried forward by General Butler stopped the retreat, and the Federal lines are now about eight miles from the town. WEIAT'EII THE MATTER.—In the new book called "Miscegenation," written by a young mulatto woman, there is the following complimentary passage explaining "what's de matter" with Now Englant : "The white race which , settled in New Engiand will be unable to maintain its vitality as a blonde people. They need the inter mingling of the rich tropic tempera ment of the negro to give warmth and fullness to their natures. They feel the yearning and do not know bow to interpet it." The Mcssagre, of Ixelles, in Bel gium, contains strange accounts of the effects produced by music on pe• troleum oil lamps. The journal as serts that the lamps are immediately extinguished by a certain note sound ed on a brass instrument. "During a quator,"it says, "three of the lamps placed in different parts of the room, went. out simultaneously, and Mr. Duhem, Professor of the . Brussels Conservatoire of Music, extinguished eight lamps successively by the sound of Wrumpet." POlsONED.—Several members of the family of :Mr. Enoch Alberson, of Clarion borough, were poisoned on Friday last, in consequence of eating parsnips. it appears that parsnips of two years' growth are very poison ous, and a few of these having been mixed with tho others, came very near producing fatal results. 0" At a fancy fair in Pesth, Hun gary, recently the stalls were as usu al, tenanted by young, noble, and beautiful ladies. An Hungarian no ble, the Count P. de S—, approich ed near to .the Countess Z—, who commenced, of course, insisting on his selecting some article from her stall. "Is there nothing that will suit you ?" "Yes, a kiss." And as the laliy seem ed to hesitate, he pressed the subject. "How much ?" "A thousand florins." He drew the note from his pocket book, laid it on the counter, leant over, and obtained the promised guerdon ; the noble lady going through the ceremony not as the La dy Godiva rode through the streets of Coventry, where every window was discreetly closed, but coram pub lic° in the presence of many a peep ing Tom. The Count -is estimated to have made a good bargain. Kr A Richmond paper records for the sake of posterity, as it says, the current prices in that city for making and repairing boots. For "inaking', hoots, $225; footing , 140; making cavalry boots, s2so c ; gaiters, $110; and so on. Nations in state Of i rvar.are like in dividuals in a state of intoxication; they frequently contract debts when drunk, which they are obliged to pay when sober. Stoves made of soapstone have been introduced at Qubec. They are said to throw out a mellower and more uniform beat than iron. The material of which. they are made is very abundant in the mineral region south of the St. Lawrence Wilson says, "the Senate is no place for the babling of fools." Then why don't he hold his tongue? A War Democrat is one that acts as a guerrilla for the Abolitionists. The cry of "Curtin and no draft" is still in the ears of men who heard the falsehood. te).. Gen. Grant has again left Washington for Nashville. NOTICE - APPEALS„ COUNTY CoalellBBlolsElB' Orrice, Lebanon,.March - 2,1864. IILTOTICE is hereby given, that the Cann issioisers of .0 1 11 Lebanon County will hear Appeal* by all persons rated for State and County Tax, for the year 1864, for tbe several Townships and Boroughs of said county, at the COMMISSIONERS' ;OFFICE,' in the Borough of Lebanon ; on the following days, between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 3 o'clock, P. M. AU persons in terested are hereby notified to ..appear at the time and place specified : HEMEL, MONDAY, APRIL 11 SWATARA, do, , do UNION, - do 'do COLD SPRING, . do ' EAST HANOVER, TUESDAY, 'ATM 12 LONDONDERRY. do do NORTH ANNYILLE, do ' do SOUTH ANNYILLE, do do SOUTH LEBANON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13' AIILLCREEK, do do JACKSON, de do HEIDELBERG, • do do CORNWALL, THURSDAY, APRIL 14 N. LEE. BOROUGH, • do do N. LED. TOWNSHIP, do do LED. HORO- EAST WARD, FRIDAY, APRIL 18 LEH. ROM WEST WARD, do do The Appeal on Militia Fines attended to on same days. Alt persons enrolled not subject to dines min attend if they deem proper. THOMAS LEADER, cb,,,,,,,,: w0ners PETER FORNEY, of JACOB BRUBACHBR. Memos county. Attest.. Ovum Swan, Clerk. Commissioners' Office, Lebanon, March 9,14. $26 ! Efflaployment..l_ $7l .1 AGENTS WANTED: INT E wif pay , from $25 to $75 per menthe, and fl •expenseir;to active Agents, or give a eonnniesion. Particulars gent free. Addr•IISMILIZ SEWLN6 MAZIL T N4 CIOMPANY. 11...14.101.50, eerteng Agent, Milan, Ohio. ' Nay 13,1065. The Largest Stock : • The Best Assortnient The Cheapest Goods : AT GOODYEAR & DIFFENBACH'S Cheap Cash and Produce Store, Cumberland Street, Baber's Block, Lebanon, Pa. WE have just received another addition to our al ready large Stock of Dry Goods. Groceries, Queensware, d e. Full line of Blanket Shawls, do do do Broetta do do do do Scoteb MOB - do do do di) Pabst Mournlfitt 4 0 do do do Second do do Dress Goods. Full line of French Merino all Co_ do do do Coberga do do do . do ,do Alpacas do. do do do do Dalai:to Nes) Styles do do do Brocha Velours du do do do Poplins , der d: -do do ValeucWir do' do do do Wool 1041aini) 'do-. do do Wool aw , do 'do do Flails - ' do' do do do Fig. Cashmere* , Magnificent line of i"ancY do do do Pigr'd *PlakeDDichicSlMl); Balmoral Skirts for .0 - 75 and vrill i dediff HOOO Skirts,. Full line of Skeletons, aft all priceir f • do dodo Quakief Skirts, ' - Ladies Cloth. -. Drab. Water Proof,. Black and Beam( 07kIFD•Frcan 4 $1 75 to $3 50 per yard. Flannels. , . Wool and - Cotton Flannels, at all Shirting, flannels de- -do - Blankets do do do' _ Hens' Wear. Cloths, Cassimerea, Satinetts and 'Festiva - Ceuta' Shawls. fiery Cheap. . • . Mourning Department. Our Sloarning department is complete, consiathir of Single and Double width Delaini. • Siogleand Double width Casbinems," do do do alpacca, • - Merino, Bombezioes, all Wool Repps, Valenda,Silk, Stripe Plaids, Delalues. Calico, Lc. Hosiery, Gloves, Veils, Collars. English and French Crspe, ka Call, and look through our . Stock and get the prices, as it is no trouble , to above -. goads. Our istetto is "Sxuall profits, quick Salm." and good 111/114- ,000ny.r.es. & nirrass.terra New York Cheap Cosh Stoic-. EXCITING NEWS AAA the. lefircliMil Aar L K LAUDERELCII. CUMBERLAND ST. New Goodi! New Goods -r GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO CASH BUYERS. French Merino, all colored. 'ENGLISH MERINO, all colored. All Wool Detains, all colored. POPLIN MUSLIN DELAINS, & Black French Clotb, BEAVER Over Coating. CLOTH. for LADIES, CLOAKS, from $2,00 to $4,00. Fancy and Black Cass. Satinettes, sold from 50 ets. to $l,OO. Bed Check and Ticking. Bleached and Unbleached Huelirs. Woolen Stockings. Shirting, Flannel, Shirting, Flannel._ Calicoes and Ginghams. Woolen and Cotton Hoseiries. Ladies' and Gents' Gloves. hoop Skirts I Hoop Skirts ! ! Balmoral Skirts. Umbrellas ! Umbrellas!! Linen and Paper. Collars. A full line of • Ladies and Misses Shawls. Woolen -Hoods Woolen Hoods It - A General assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, & Queensware.. L. K. LAUDERMILCH. Otr All kinds of Country produce taken in excbange for Goods. = A New Firm. Cheap Cash Store, and Milling ant Grain Business. 17 " undersigned having fornied a partnership intim MERCANTILE, MILLING AND GRAIN BUSI NESS, would respectfully invite the attention of the public to their establishments. They will contine to keep. at the tate stand of SMIRK, GEESAMAN LONG, a moat Miamian, stock of all kinds of GOODS usually kept in a country store, which they' wilt re tail Cheap for CASH, or COUNTRY PRODUCE. They also want to buy for cash 50,000 Bushels of WHEAT. 50,000 Bushels of RYE, 20,000 Bushels of CORN,. 25,000 Bushels of OATS. For which they will pay the hi,,hest Market Prices.— They will also take GRAIN ou STORAMI. The will keep always on band and sell at the lowest prices, COAL, by the Boat Load or by the Ton; all kinds of MILL FEED, SALT, PLASTER, Ac. ray- They solicit the business of alrtheirold friends and the public, and will endeavor to deal on such lib eral and just principles as wilt give satisfaction to all. SHEAR .A LONG. • NorthLebarton, 'March 19,1962. - REIVIOVAL OF THE NEW AND CHEAP BOOT • AND SHOE STORE. rp RE subscriber would ?copra fully inform the tit liens of Lebanon and vicinity, that be bail remov ed his HOOT and MOON STORE to Market street, next door south of Mrs. itistes Hotel, Lebanon. Pa. wllere he keeps on , Mind a large and well, assorted stock of ail, kinds of BOOTS and' S-H OIC S. He will make to order all tadhillo elli" kinds of BOOTS and SHOES, and st very short notice. He al so keeps on hand a large and well-assort ed stock of LEATHF.R; such as RED AND OAK SOLE LEATHER, CALF AND KIP SKINS, MOROCCO AND LEATHER, KID, LININGS, ROANS, BIND INGS, Ac., and all kinds of Shoemakers' TOOLS AND • FINDINGS, such as BOOT-TRFRS, LASTS, BOOT CORDS and WEBRS, AWL-BLADES, KNIVES, PUN CHES, HAMMERS, PINCERS, RASPS, TACKS.v-- Constantly onhand an assortment ofLastings, Threads:, Shoe-nails. Peg-breaks, Sand-stones, Pegs, Bristles, Kit and.Shoc Tools of every description. Having been en— gaged in the business more than twenty yearn, he feels. satisfied that he can give satisfaction to all who Will, favor lain With/a emit. Shoemakers fr:ra the Country will do well by calling on hint before purchasing else-. where. SAMUEL BAUM, Lebanon; Tan. 27 1864. - Barlow's Indigo Bine. . DEALERS and Customers of the above Cekbratol Wash Blue, will please take notice, that the La bels are altered to read Tndigo PUT BP AT Alfred Wittbergerlik 3axi.troi: nrx.4cows=,,, Na.-233 North SECOND Street, PHILAD'Ag. M' The "quality. of this Blue will bs,the same in eyeri. reaped. It is warranted to color more water thantwitie the eame quantity of Indigo, and to goaanash further than any other Wash Blue in the market- It &wallies per fectly clear and does not Nettle on the clothes as most of the other makes do. One lick dissolved in a half pint of water, Will make as good a Lignid Bine as any that is made, at one' third the cost Aa it id 'retailed at. he saute price .aa the Imita, Bons and Inferior articles, housekeepers will find it very much to their aid vantage„ to,atsg. tor that put np at ltilltberger's. - *a.All nee put up a ft er this - date with Harlow's Anna 011 It is an . imitation. The New Label does not require at4tamp. 113„..F0r Bale by Storekeepers kpnerally. Feb. 24, %L.—gm. ty„' THE NEW BAKERY, CgE undersigned would reepeathilli inform the cit . - reue of-Lebanon, that helms commenced the DABB ING BUS/NESS, in all its 'meatier' at his dend, on Cumberlind street, Lebanon,- 'nearly tippoaite the Buck Ilotel, and 'will anpplyettstomers with the beet BREAD, CAB E% he., ae. Ylour received from enatomere and returned to them in bread at abort notice " :;09N.FtEOTIONERIE§, • of all kinds., frealrend - of the host gruditY; constantly on hand, and furnished at the lowest prima. The publiels invited to giro me a trial. Leh nen, Nov. 9, 1869. B. If. Bfillft. *Jacob E. L. Zisiramermau 7 s* MUST mass witia-laktismi AND LIAIR•WLE -1: SALOON, libecket. street, near Cumberland> and opposite the Bogle_ HOWL Being thankftd for Ike liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, he would respectfully solicit a continuant:B.er the some. Lebanon, July 2,1883. - e i N, B.—The Saloon will be dosed - on Sunday. LEBANON, PA. DANID 11. LONG.