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WEDSESDIIL, 'ili.ii.Roll 1e:1684_
SALES OP PERSONAL PROPERTY,
Advertised in the ADVERTISER.. or for arbieh bills halo
been printed at this aloe.
Wednesday. March 16 , 40hn Eager rite, stock,
lo Iniments. &c.. 'Heidelberg.
hursda. Marchy I.7—John Dietz, S. Annville.
• Annday, March 21—Pornonal Property gold Store Goods
of E. R. Horning, in Mt. Nebo.
Tuesday, March 22—Abraham Ge in, dec'd., S.Lebation.
Saturday, March 26—Patrick Brown, Personal Proper
:Saturday, March 26--Personal Property of Ann L. L.
Morrie, Union township.
Monday and Tuesday, March 28 and 29—Personal
Property orJulianna Rise, Lebanon .
Borough property of imes N. Rogers
Borough property of George B. Gasser
Out Lota or Adam Ritchey.
Farm in East Hanover, by S.l Stine
John Faber sold a House and
Lot in Fredericksburg, to David Darkes
- Darkes sold 34 acres of land
and improvements, in Swatara township,
to George Wagner, of Fredericksburg,
Mr, Jacob Kauffman has sold his hotel
property in Jonestown, to Mr. Wm. Bern
ey, for $3OOO.
George Reedy, of Millereek tp.„
was, recently, so seriously injured by the
falling of a tree, which he was felling,
that but little hope is entertained for his
Rev. D. Gans, Pastor of the Ger
man Reformed Church at Harrisburg, has
announced his intention of resigning the
position. Reason, not "loyal" enough
in the opinion of some of the congrega
tion, and in consequence annoyances and
.insults. Christian ministers who endeav
or to preach only "Christ and him cruci
fied," have their troubles to the fill just
INSTALLATION.—Rev. Dr. Johns
ton was installed as Pastor of St. John's.
Reformed Congregation of this place ; on
We notice among the graduates
at the annual commencement of the Jef
ferson Medical College of Philadelphia,
on Thursday last, the name of Simeon T.
Lineaweaver, of this place.
Hon. Myer Strouse, the member
of Congress from this district, paid his
friends in Lebanon a visit on Wednesday
last. He is hale end hearty, arid gives
encouraging accounts not, only of the
prospects in store for the Democracy,
but also amusing ones,of the dog and cat
fights of the opposition in their scramble
to retain the spoils.
We understand that in several
districts in this county the Democrats
have not as yet placed tickets in the field
for the Spring election. We trust they
may do so at once, as it is of the utmost
importance, not only to keep the party
organized, but particularly, to secure an
Inspector of the elections, if nothing else.
Next Fall will be held one :of the most
important elections that ever took place
in this country, and the Democrats should
have a Democratic .Inspector and Clerk,
which they can secure by the nomina•
tion of tickets in the spring, at every
election poll in the country. We trust
that our friends in those districts where
no tickets have yet been settled, will do
so immediately. At least let them elect
an Inspector, which they can do.
the 93d Regiment, Penn. Vol.,
.left this place on Mondatnoon, for the
active duties of the field, tlibir furlough of
35 days having expired. A large num
ber of our citizens turned out to the de
pot to see them off. We trust that their
brief visit home proved agreeable and
pleasant to all of them, while the kindliest
feelings and loving hearts of our citizens
accompany the most of them upon their
return to duty.
The 93d is now composed of a--
bout 700 men, its decimated ranks having
been filled up to that number by new re-
The destination of the regiment is
Harper's Ferry, via Baltimore, and con
sequently they will, for the present "fight
We are pleased - to notice, among
the Graduates of the University of Penn -
sylvania,j at its - recent Cornmencment, - I
held March 12th, 1864, the name of our
young friend, Pr. George S. Stein, of
Ann v Me.
'The ticket nominated by the
Borough Convention appears in another
part of this paper. Taking it all in all it
Is one of the best tickets ever put in the
field. We trust that every democrat will
feel it his duty to give it a hearty support,
doing all in his power to have it elected
fromlcip tg„ bottom. We have the mate
rial to elect it, and having it should use it.
Let not a single vote remain unpolled.—
The opposition ,gtve you no favors ; show
you none, and hence, there is no reason
why Democrats,stiould allow them to fill
all the offices and 'claim , victories when it
might be prevented. Turn out to a man,
;and show . them -that, although borne
:down, descried, outraged and abused,
you still live, and remain firm in the faith
The Philadelphia Flour-Market
is verrinactive. Wheat is dull and rath
er lower. Corn is less active, and Oats
continue dull with small sales at 80 aB2
weight. Whisky and Seeds are also
We are indebted to A. Shirk,
M. D., United States Ship Gertrude, for
late New Orleans papers, containing full
accounts of the inauguration ceremonies
of Mr. Hahn, as Governor of Louisiana.
The Market for Beef Cattle was
dull and lower, prices ranging from sB.to
$l4 for common to good and prime.—
Cows were steady and prices good.—
Hogs were unchanged and Sheep lower.
Rev. Dr. Behmacker, for over
thirty years a Professor of the Theologi
* cal Seminary at Gettysburg, Pa., has an
nounced his intention to posi
tion in August next,
The following are the nomina
tions made by the Democrats for the
Spring Election, in the Districts named :--
Chief Burgess, Edward A. Uhler.
Assistant Burgess, John Stanley.
Town Council, Philip Arent', David S. Ram
Wood Corder, Jacob Stager.
High Constable, William Coleman,
School Directors, John Ulrich., George Snavely,
BAsT WARD. "Judge, Josiah Gettel I rnStme
tor, A. H. ; Assessor, John P. Umberger;
Assistant Assessors, Oliver McConnell, Bernhard
Rauch ; Ward Consteule, John B. Penn.
WEST WAER.--Judge, William Zimmerman ;
Inspector, Joel Goodhard ; Assessor, William
Assistant Assessors, Henry Shaeffer,
DanielSeifert ; Ward Constable, George Kurtz.
Judge, Jonas Steager ; Inspect , Elias Dea
den ; Assessor, Elias Rittle ; Asststant, Asses
sors, Joseph F. Hellman, Rudolph Shook; Su
pervisors, Henry Getz, George S. Linenweaver ;
Auditor, George Yenta; Township Clerk, Able
Shaak ; Constable, John Fitterer ; Justice of
the Peace,-- -; School Directors,
Henry Diitner, 2 years, Emanuel Dondore, Mos
Justice of the Peace,.Jeremiab S. Achey ; As
sessor, Jacob Eberly, sr, George Si bort ; Judge,
John W. Gable .; Inspector, Lieut. Jeremiah
Hoffman ; School D iree tors , K. Keath, George
Yengst ; Supervisors, Thomas Bender, —;
Township Clerk, Edward Iha ; Auditor, Henry
Kropp ; Constable, Samuel ‘Valter.
NOB,TII LEMINON TOWNSIIIP
Judge, Daniel G. Thompsori ; Assessor, Jacob
Funk ; Assistant Assessors, Henry Shaeffer, Ja
cob ITmberger, Esq. ; Inspector, Henry J. Light;
Supervisors, William Altwain, Samuel Hupp ;
School Directors, Ephraim Light, Adam Brandt,
Felix Light, I gear; Constable, Itavid R. Wal
born ; Auditor, Jacob Arnold, jr. ; Townsbip
Clerk, Adam Lauber.
Judge, Martin Manderbach ; Inspector, George
Line; Assessor, John Reiter; Assistant. Assessors,
Vr',n. Loose, Thomas Dossier; Supervisors,Toseph
Philips, Jacob Philips ; School D tractors, W
Olwlne, George Donges ; Auditor, Samuel
Schell; Constable, Thomas Achey ; Township
Clerk, John W. Woomer.
Judge, Joseph Smith, J. E. S., (South), Jonas
Lesbos, (North); laspector,-Jobe Lineaweaver,
(South), John Gasser, (North); Assessor, henry
A. Snavely; Assistant Assessors, Jontislireider,
'Griot'. 0. Shott; Supervisors, Conrad Miller,
Godlieb T. Kreider; School Directors, Arietnus
.Wilhelut, Christian Risser ; Justices of the Peace,
Peter Lineaweaver, Jacob Allwein ; Township
Clerk, John 11. Westenberger Auditor, David
Dohner Constable, henry Eby, (N. C.).
DRAWING TEETH.—ATROrig the
many methods adopted to avoid gie
draft, that of drawing teeth seems to 'be
the least expensive and dangerous. 'To
some people it may seem almost incredi
ble that any one blessed with a good set
of pearly teeth, should endure both the
pain and mortification of having them ex
tracted. Yet, through the great anxiety
to avoid the draft, the practice has recent :
ly prevailed to a considerable extent.----
Two cases have recently been brought to
our rwtice, and are vouched for by re
spectable authority. One in Manor and
the other in Kiskiminetas township. la
the latter instance, the patient went all the
way to Pittsburg to have the draft invit•
ing molars extracted. But the most sin
gular feature of the whole transaction
is, that both these young gentlemen are
overflowing with intense patriotism, of
the Abcilition type, and intently bent on
giving the "last man" and the "last dol
lar,"in the vigorous prosecution of the
We received eighteen new Sub
scribers last week. The work goes
bravely on. There are still about 500
subscribers in this county who ought to
be on our books but are not there. W ill
our_friznav—see_that he_narnes.are sent
The grave buries every error—
covers every defect—extinguishes every
resentment. From its peaceful bosom
springs none but fond regrets and ten
der recollections. Who can look down
upon the grave of an enemy, and not feel
a compunctious throb that he should
have warred with the poor handful of
earth that lies mouldering before him.
The Wahrer Democrat Printing
Office, of this place, was sold last week.
by Mr. Hartman, to a party of Democrat•
is gentlemen of this borough, who are
making arrangements to have the pu bli
cation of the paper continued.
At the recent East Pennsylvania
Annual Conference, (United Brethern,)
the following appointments of preachers
were Made; viz :—Lebanon District—
Strickler, P. E. ; Lebanon Station, J.
B. Dougherty ; Reading Station, Ezekiel
Light ; Schuylkill Haven Circuit, A. F.
Yeager ; Myerstown Circuit, L. Fleisher;
Jonestown Mission, S. Noll.
Our old friend Isaac Ward Esq.,
has been appointed Warden of the Schuyl
kill county Prison by the - Commissioners
of that county. Mrs. Ward has also been
IMPORTANT TAX BlLL.—There is
now a bill before the House of Represen
tative at Harrisburg, providing for,the
better assessments and collection of ax
es. The bi I levies a fax 0181 upon all
male persons over 21 years ; two mills on
all real estate and on personal property;
two per cent. on all sales of liquors; one
per cent. on sales of auctioneers ; two per
cent. on millet used by brokers ; two per
cent. on all bank capital and deposits of
savings' institutions; policies in foreign
insurance companies, five per cent. ; gross
receipts of unincorporated express, tele
graph, ferry and steamboat companies,
two per;,; cent ;` fixed places of amuse
ment, four ' per cent. on every, dollar of
gross receipts ; itinerent amusements, six
per cent, Banki, savings institutions,
trust. ebinpa n ies, insurance,:. railroad, ex
press, canal, steamboat, bridge, gas, man
ufacturing, mining, quarrying, telegraph,
stage, ferry, turnpike and plank road
companies, and all other companies do
ing business, shall pay at:-the rate of one
mill upon each one per cent. of dividend
declared, and one mill upon each one per
cent. of interest upon their funded and
Will our subscribers, whose sub
scriptions have not been paid, hand in to
this office or send by !nail as early as
possible, the amount. The high price of
paper compels Os to look more closely to
the small amounts due the office. We
hope each one in arrears will consider the
trifle due from him as of some importance
in conducting a paper.
Those of our subscribers who
intend to "move" on or about the Ist of
April, are requested to give us timely no
tice thereof, so as to enable us to deliver
their papers at their new residences, or
forward them to the Post Offices nearest
to them, without mistake or delay.
An alarm of fire on Thursday,
in this borough, was occasioned by the
burning of a bed in jail, which had ac
cidentally caught through matches.
Look out for bogus fifty cents
postage currency. They are getting to
be almost as plenty as the genuine anti•
To morrow - (Thursday) will be
St. Patrick's day.
Edi. Millinery and Straw Goods
—every variety—opened out, at H.
Cot. Samuel C. Stambaugh, a
well known politician and Democratic
editor, died at Lancaster, on Friday last.
While the soldiers were leaving
the depot, at this place, on Monday noon,
one of them fired off his musket into the
stable of Mr. Rudy, killing a valuable
horse belonging to Joseph 13. Moyer, ,of
Bethel township. From the frequency
with which muskets in the hands of care
less persons were fired off on that day, it
is a wonder that more accidents did not
happen. The horse was valued at $175,
which somebody will have to lose.
A NEW INSTITLITION.:—LEbaIIOII
is progressing. We have the Shoe and
Boot Blacking Institution among us. A
fine specimen of the "boy" introduced the
innovation here, . last week, and coined
his greenbacks of the smaller denomina
tion with a rush. Now just give us
plenty of peaple and plenty of houses in
Lebanon, and we'll leave Reading, Lan
caster and all other inland cities far in the
background. We are not going to be
fenced in and whitewashed as vet.
About live hundrd buildings
are expected to be erected the coming
season in Harrisburg. It is estimated
that an hundred additional buildings
could easily find tenants in Lebanon.—
Capitalists go to work,
said that Peter.L., Stouch,
Esq.. of Lebanon,. has been appointed
Sheriff of Lebanon county, for the unex•
pected term ofJonathan Bender, dec'd.
A young man, named John Bol
linger, aged about 21 Yers, of Heidleberg
township, while laboring under partial de
rangement of the mind, committed suiOde
by hanging himself in a clamber of is
father's - dwelling, on Monday of last week.
Mr. Adam Haak, the well
known Hotel Proprietor, has leased the
'Market Street Hotel, in this borough, and
111 take possession on the Ist of April.
qt r. Wm. Woolison, of Myers
town, has been appointed Inspector of
-tlistilled Spirits, underthe Revenue Laws,
for the 10th congressional district.
For the Lebanon Advertim
EDISDIL :-Is it not surprising to see how
ignorance interferes so much with edueatien? A
few men, who know little or nothing, come with
pretensions to pay a visit to their school, with
the sole purpose to nod fault with their teacher;
especially in the so-called, Long's District, Swa.
tare township, this county. It is indeed a pity
that those men have never learned to know their
ignorance. It is evident that education does
not agree with their principles; continual in
terference with teachers, will more or less put
the schools in a bad humor, and consequently
scholars will not make the same progress as
where teachers encouraged by the parents.
In the above mentioned district, ignorance
takes the lead in all matters, and consequently,
_ace_oy,porson may judge,. matters are -irt.a de.
plorable sttuatieu...ceetieeatty finding fault
with the teacher, they do not know how mach
injury they do to the cause of Education. Even
men who openly profess to be Christians, and
who would be, in daty bound to advance the
cause of Education, try to prejudice the minds
of the pupils as well as parents ngainst their
teacher, not paying the least regard as to wheth
er they can do so by telling the truth or by
If this article meets the eyes of any. of this
class of persons in this district, we hope they
will in future act in a more ehristian-like and
intend manner toward their teacher.
SIMON J. WOELFLY, Com't
THROAT DisaAscs. "We would call attention
to 'Brown's Bronchial Troches.' We have round
them efficacious in allying Irritation in the
Throat and Bronchia, and would commend them
to the attention of Public Speakers, and others
troubled with affections of the Throat, They
are also an excellent remedy for Hoarseness re
sulting from coltl.—Conyreptiostatist, Boston.
Soldiers, to the. Rescue l—Young men, rush
ing into the exposures and dangers ore Soldier's
life, should prepare themselves for the fatal Fe
vers, the Dysentery, the Sores and Scurvy,
which are almost certain to follow. HOLLO
WAY'S PILLS, need cecasionally during the
campaign, will insure sound health to every
man. ,Only 25 cents per hex. 214
Mr. Sohn Mtttthes, the present
popular landlord of the Market Street Hotel,
Lebanon, has leased Mrs. RiSO'A Hotel, of which
he will take possession on the first of April next.
Many improvements and alterations are to be
made in the new place, sa as to make it a first
class lIAeI, and w itif a landlord like John it will
not lose its reputation which, for so many years,
it possessed under its present but retiring proirio
trssa. The house at present occupied by Mr.
lef., we understand, is to be converted to other
purposes, so that the new stand will accommo
date the customers of both houses and as many
more as may find it convenient and pleasant to
TAUT: NOTICE.—The enrolling is go
ing on. and it is expected that the Conscription an
will be enforced immediately, so I would advice every
body to get their PICTURES taken in, time for their re
latioris and friends. and the only place to get a No. 1,
Picture is at ZIMMER-MAN . & New York Photographic
Gallery. for he is taking the cheapest, the, best. and
most life-like Pictures in Lebanon. It is admitted by
all that he can't he beat, for Ma gallery is always
crowded. Give him a call and you will find as we rec
ommend. Remember the place. Zimmerman's Now
York Photographic Gallery, in Cumberland St. Call
early and avoid a crowd.
P. S.—Children and anybody that got weak eyes
should call at Zimmerman's Gallery. Ills Pictures ma
t) require from 3to 5 seconds time to sit . -
QUESTION.—tion , O there Dick and
Nancy, where are you going, that you are in such a
AriswEa.—Why we are just oit our way to FM ity's
Photograph Gallery, to have our pictures taken . Ile
takes splendid pictures, and leis Gallery is nearly all
the time crowded. so I said to Nancy we will go ear
ly this morning before atig i body else g eta there, or we
will have to come away main without getting any.
QUEST.—Yos! I have beard' too that Daily's Gallery
is nearly all the time crowded, and so why don't you
go to some other Gallery ?
Ariti.Oh my ! we could not think of Such a thing.—
We admire the true and beautiful pictoro that Daily
takes, so much that we would not go to another Gal
lery if we could get them foi nothing. Ile has seven
years, experience in the business, bass a complete sett of
improved illstrUilleutS, au excellint sky-light, anp
there fore takes the best pictures n town, and so of
course every body that wants a good picture goes to
QUSAr.—What kind of Pictures doesqe take?
Ans.—lle takes Photographs from miniature to !M
-aize, plain or colored..Dia card pictures have been
pronounced more truthful and life like than some that
have been taken in our large cities. Elie Ambrotypee
are beautiful, and can't be beat. Ee also excels in
copying pictures from smell Daguerreotypes, end en
larging them almost to any size.
Quesv.—Where is this Gallery ? I must give him a
A:vs.—Just come along with Nancy and I, and we
will show you. it is in Stine's New Building. next
door to the Lebanon Deposit Bank. Ile has constant.
ly on band a good assortment of Gilt and Rosewood
Frames, (lases, Albums. &c., which he sells cheap.—
For good and cheap" Pictures we advise all to go to
Daily's Gallery, *Le non,* Pa. March 11,'63.
For Collectors of State, County, anti Militia
Tax, for sale cheap at the.Advertisor Office.
Also for Collectore of School Ter.
HOYT'S HIAWATHA HAIR RESTORATIVE.
Hoyt's Hiawatha Hair Restorative.
The standard staple preparation for the hair war
rantee in all cases to restore faded and gray hair, and
whiskers, to their original color. It does not claim to
make the hair grew in where it has fallen out ; noth
ing will do that whatever may be advertised to the
contrary, but it wikprevent it from fall lag out, make
it soft and silky, cleanse it and the scalp from impuri
ties and humors, and entirely arercente bad ants of
previous use of preparations containing sulphur, su
gar of lend, Sc. It requires no soaping, washing, and
hours for its application, nor will it stain the akin, but
is as costly applied and wiped from the skin as any
hair dressing. It restores the natural shading of one
hair with another. which gives it a lively appearance
instead of the dull un Mani black of dyes.
"Hoe's Imperial Coloring Cream.
Superior to say Bair Dressing in use. Oils and Col
ors the Hair at the same time. Changes light and red
hair to a beautiful brown or black.
Sold everywhere. JOSEPH HOYT At CO .
No.lo'Huiversity Place, New York.
Marcia 9, 18t34.—1y.
D. TOBIAS' VENETIAN HORSE LINI
MENT. pint bottles at fifty cants with, for
lameness, cuts, gaits. cone, sprains, &c., warranted
cheaper than any other. It is used by all the great
horsemen on Long Island courses. It will not cure
ring bone nor spiv in. as there is no liniment in exis
tence that will. What it is stated to cure it positively
does. No owner of horses wilt be without it after tutus)
one bottle. One dose revives and often saves the life
of an over-heated or driven. horse. For colic and bel
ly-ache it has never failed Just as sure as the sun
rises. just r.o sure is this valuable Liniment to tie the
Horse embrocation of the day. Sold by sit druggists.
Office, 56 Corthindt Street, New York.
Feb. 10, '64.-Im.
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Published for the benefit. and as a warning and
A CAUTION TO YOUNG SINN
who suffer from nervous Debility, Premature Decay of
Manhood, etc , supply ing at the same time.
- THE MEANS ON SEM.' OVEN.
By one who has cured 'himself after being put to
great expense and injury through medical 'humbug
By enclosing a post paid addressed envelope, single
copies may be bad of the author.
N Til A NUN, MATFAIR. Esq..
Bedford, Kluge county, 11. Y.
they ?I, 1863.-3 y. ' ;
ECTI PITS for the minion A ntest valuable and won
10 duffel publitut km, A work of gin pages, and 30
colored engravings. DR. II LINTER '6 VA DE MECUM,
an original and popular troatisc an Min aft
their Physiology. Functions, and. Sexual disorders of
every kind. with,igever Failing tteniedies fur their
Ppeady cure. The practice of DR. HUNT tilt has. long
been, and still is, unbounded, but et the earnest solici
tation of numerous persons, be hen i eon induced to ex
tend his med tral usefulness through the medium otitis
VADE ECU:4I." It is a volume that should be in
the hands of every family in the land. as a preventive
of secret vices. or es a guide for the alleviation of on:
of the most awful and destructive..scourges ever visited
mankind. One copy, seenrely enveloped. will be
free of postage to any part of the United States
for 50 cents in P. 0. stumps, or 3 copies for Si. Ad
dress. post paid, Dit. HUNTER, No. 3 Division Street,
Guns, Wiles, Pistols, Powder, &s
ATTTNTION SPORTOBTOO.—.I. 0. AIMATIDATII 'l , TOlOd TO
spectfully inforin the public that be co4tinues the
business of manufacturing and dealing in
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, POWDER,
Caps, Wads, and ail kinds of gunning, and min materi
al, at his Store, .41 Market street,a few doors:North of
the L. - I.' It: it., Lebanon, Pa. ,
ta, All kinds of !cepa Hug done at the shortest pos
Ode notice and in the nest style of workmanship.
Lebanon, June 24, 13,.3.--ly
Preaching next Sabbath evening, in the English ler,
gunge on the First Eetortited Church.
German preeeltiug, next Sunday at lb A. M., at the
Horse Shoe Meeting Nouse.
Divine Services next Sunday evening in the Aloravi
Zion Ev. Lutheran eh urch.—English Divine service,
next Sabbath, both morn leg and evening.
St. Luke's Cherch.—Service every Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock, A. M., except the 2nd Sunday or the
month *when the service is at 7 o'clock, P. M.
St. Luke's church —PASSION WEEK. Service every
day at 9 A. M., and 7 P. 51., except on Stood Friday,
when seri , ices will be at JO A. H., and 4 P. 51., and
on Saturday when the evening service will be omit
ted. On Easter Day, service at 5% A. 14„ andlo
Ott the 12th inst., by the Rev. F. W. Kremer, Mr.
ARRAIIAM COLLINS, of the 93d Reg. Penn. Vol., to
Miss. MART A. WERTZ, of A florins, this county.
On the I;ith inst., by the same, Mr. WM. KALE. 2nd
Lieut. Co G.ltal Iteg. Penn. Vol., to Miss CHRISTI
ANA DRESSLER, both of this place.
On the 2d 1051., at the rosimL.ce cf she bride's father.
iler. E. Llgnt - iOnt: - Jutt ' V
to Miss MINNIE SHERI:, daughter of ' Abraham
titlark, of 14,4 , 1, Lebanon.
On the Stit inat , at the United Strathren Parsonage,
by Rs . B Daugherty, Mr JOHN K. thIIMBERUER.
of Cornwall ip., to Miss ELIZABETH llama, or sArth
beim, nn tp.
On the 14th inst., in this Tlcrough, CAROLINE,
youngest daughter of Jacob and Catharine SMITII,
aged 21 years, 2 mouths and 16 days.
The funeral will take place On Thursday morning,
at 10 o'clock. The offices and teachers of the Sab
bath School, will meet in the Lecture Room of the
First Reformed Church, at 9% echiek, with -the view
of attending the funeral in a body.
On the 11th Met_ in Cornwall tp., CAROLINE, child,
of.lienry and Caroline SUUTTER, aged 9 years, 1
mouth and 21 days.
On the 7th lust., in Jarvis Ilespital. Baltimore, Mr.
WM. L. BILLM AN, of 152 Leg. I Pa. Battery , aged 16
years, and 21) days.
tio the morning of the 27th ult., in Schtivlkill co,
EI.IZ6BETII. - sofa et Julia 19. MILLER, aged 21 yrs.,
S months and 2 dale,
Died ou the let lust., is Millerehnrg. Ohio; from th
kick of a borne, Mr JACOB, REAR ERT, of Frodrricks
b urg this county, agetf4o pirs.;
tdi the sth inst., in fretterickeburg. Mrs. 'HANNAH
DEOII, widow of Ululate Philip Zito, aged ad tears
Tribute of Respect,
lilt. gas Co. A, 930 PENN'A
Lebanon, Pa., March '41391.
Ala meeting of the members of CO A. 93d Penn's.
Veteran Volemeers, held this day thefollowing pream
ble mid resolutions were adopted
Weerene. The members of this company lutes been
informed that in the providence of God Corporal AMU
HAM Loco has been iliddenly removed froui our midst by
the icy band of death; creating feelings or the deepest
sorrow and most profousd regret amongst his comrades
in-at ms, who side by side with hint enCoribtered• the pe
rils of cruel wat3—fostering benignant feelings for the
heroic, manly, end kind course of action he alway s con
ducted hilOSelf; and in respect for his memory—a pro
per regard for hie excellencies, nod soldierly bearing in
duce us to
Resolve, That the members of this company condole
the death of theft recent. fellow member—corporal ABRA
/I LnNa—r, lean whose faithful und patriotic service to
Lis cuuutiy,hie noble acts. his wortlyhia.earnest. activity,
and ITN genial nature endeared him to us all.
Resolved, That .onr country has lost. in the death of
our late companion:in-arms, a brave and energetic sol
dier—one within whose lie - arethe Brent' patriotism ever
glowed with'a true devotion tti the great principles of
'freedom; and one Whose ad min ble conduct. and valorous
acts exhibited oh the numerons Ito ly con ested battle
not fall„to be appreciated by hie country and
,Iljkten loving friends.
"'`Resolved, That Not Jacob P. Embich, Sergt. Wash•
futon horn and P,ivate Solomon Rauch be eppoi-•ted
a committee to forward a copy of these resolutions to
the bereaved parents, end, also, to have them published
to the pawns of Lebanon.
orrectrel 11",r7.131. -"--
MAT, hiARCII 16, 1804. .
Egga, li doz., 20
ltutteri p It.. 30
Tub or ettlted butter, 10
/ Lard, 12
White Itaga, 6
Mixed Rags, 3
Flax., 34 lb., 12%
titian/a, i 6 Rt., 40
Feathers, 3t lb., 62 . 1 .4:
%Tool, "#.lb„, . 40
Soup Beaus,ll qt., . 7
Vinegar, ra gal., 12%
Extra Enmity, 18 r•O
Extra Flour, 8 25
Prime Whits Pilheat,l 50
Prime Red Wheal, 145
Prime Rye, 1
Clover-seed, S 00
Timothy-seed, 2 50
Flax-seed, 2 60
Dried Apples, pealed,2 00
Peach "Seitz," 2 50
Peach "II utrala,r 152
Potatoes, "ft hue,- tiO
Apple B utter,*crock, 45
A ' , Mout, e, to learn
fi lvi c ' t,c,; 6 i.,:l N 4 to 7 16 , E .P., 4 .,
IS. the Fruit Trade. One from the country pref-rr
ed. Apply to 11. TIIONIAS.
Lebanon, Merril 18,168 i.-It,
Cow and Calf for Sale.
A very tine COW, topper with a Calf
about Oro months' old, is offered r . 4 r
for side. Apply at this Olnce.
[Lebanon, March 76, 1561.
Straw and Carn•Fodder
400 TONS of Wheat and - Oats Strew • 100 TONS Corn
Fodder, for which the highest market price will be
paid in cash, during the months of April, May and
June,at the Paper Mill of ST IN fl fc ROSS.
Lebanon., Pah. ea, t 64. Lebanon, Pa.
WTLL be Hold et the flute( of the undersigned. in
Market street., in the borough of Lebttoon, on
Monday and Tuesday,
MARCH 28th and 29th, 1864,
the following Personal Property, vie •
II ADS end IIEDSTEADS, Stoves will" pipe, I Settee,
Di ning Tables, Chairs, Wash Stands, Looking glasses,
Bawls end Pitchers, 2 Centre Tables,
100 3rarciff Cles,a-pet,
1 large Copper Kettle, 1 Shifting Top Buggy, 1 Board
flay by the Ton;
Tube, Barrels, and other articles too numerous to men
Con. liar All kinds of BRANDIES, Wines, Gin and
Old Bye by the gallon.
Sole to commence at 1 o'clock. P. M., of said days,
when conditions will be made known by
Lebanon, March 16, 1864. •
IN EVERY VARIETY.
_ of the latest importations, and of
the newest and most fashiona
Our Straw Department
will comprise every variety of Bonnets, lists and
Trimmings to be found in that line, of the latest and
most approved shapes and styles.
Soliciting an early call, I remain
Nos. 101, 105 Sr 107 North SECOND Ste.,
March, 10, 1804 —4l.
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Annual Tales for 1864.
THE attention of fax-payers is hereby called to the
provision of the United States „Excise Law rela
tive to the assessment of annual taxes.
By the sixth section of the act of July 1, 1862, it is
made the duty of all persons, partnerships, firma, as
societions, or corporations, anade.liable to any annual
duty, license, or tax, on or before the fret Monday of
May in each year, to matte a list or return to the As
sistant Assessor of the Listriet where located of the
amount of annual income, the articles or objects charg
ed with a special tax, and the business or occupation
liable to pay any license.
Ever; person who shall fit i) to maim such return by
the day specified will be liable to be assessed by the
Assessor according to the boat information which he
can obtain: and in such case the Assessor is required
to add fifty per centuui to the amount of the itetes of
rivery person who shall deliver to so Assessor any
false or fraudulent list or statement, with intent to
evade the valuation or enumeration required by law,
is subject to a Goa of five !Mildred dollars; and in such
case the' list will be made out by the Assessor or As
sistant Aseeesor, and from the valuation and enumer
ation so minis there can be no Appeal.
Payment of the annual taxes. except those for licen
ses. will not be demanded until the thirteenth day of
The appropriate blanks on which to make return and
all necessary information will be furnished by the
A ssistant Assessors, to whom the returns should be
delivered on or before the first. Monday of May.
3.. W. KIL.(.INO ER,
U. S. Assessor lath Thatriet.
Lebanon, March 0,1864.-3 t.
The Only Machine capaplo of making Moro
than One Kind of a Stitch; and the
Only Onel,laving the RE
The feed may he reversed at any point desired,
without stooping .which is a great advantage hi install
ing the ends of seams.
It makes four different stitches, lock. khot. double
lock, Mid double knot: each stitch perfect and alike
on Loth sides of the fabric.
There is no other Machine which will do so large a
range of work its the "Florence."
It will Braid, Tuck, Qa ht. Cord, Item,
Gather, and do all lauds of Stitching required by fam
ilies and Manufacturers.
The most inexperienced find no difficulty in using
Every Machine is warranted to give entire altisfac
tion, and to do all that is claimed for it.
el, The Morena must be seen to be .Appreciated.
J,. F. MATZ,
Agent of Lebanon county, Anuville. Pa.
Persons wishing to see the Machine in operation can
do so by calling on the Agent at Anuville.
Annville, March 9,1864.-3 t.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
rtigE entawriber has hod received from New York
and Philadelphia, a large stock of
WALL PAPER, - EIREBOARD PRINTS,
of the very latest style. now manufactured for the
Spring trade: As the above Goods were all purchased
at the very lOwest cash prices, be is enable to cell
them at nearly the old prices, before the great r lee in
paper - took place.
Of WINDOW SHADES, be bee a byze and , plend id
Stock, plain, fancy, buff, green and Pit, &e. PAPER
SHADES, neat pattern, plain, green, bine and-gilt.—
Also, the latest and simplest style of Fixtures.
lie has also a general assortment of
13001iS AND STATIONERY
en band, all of which se ilrbo sold on the most reason
11(96 Ilia. Store is in Walnut atreet,-Lebanon, be
tween the Court House and the County' Jail.
JCIIIN L. uzczan.
Lain - mon, Marcii9, '64
ID yousee ATVIRS & SRO.% New oot awl Shoe
FALL AND WINTER
AT TilE TiEW YORK STORE.
WE have Jnst opened the following list of great bargains. received from our boyar in New York t.
Laimts, 00 and 25 eta. per yard; very gond Prints train 10 eta. upwards, Hooped Skirts of all sines. very
test styles; illeek Stella Shawls, $1.50 and upwards ; Wits' Collars and Sleeves ehe.iper than ever
44r- We buy our Goods exclusively fur CASH, and ore thereby always enabled to bnY ibein we anti
find the cheapest and will a) Waye give our customers the benefit of tbio advantage. Ve bee* but an e
price and our terms are CASK. Como and examine our stock, and If you don't buy you trill eft 110 arms
lESNDALL'S BUILDING, Cumberhtod Street, Lebsifnri,
Lebanon, Sept. 23, 1863.
rrlfil undersigned hereby inform the public that time
Lebanon Academy is not Intended exclusively for
the youth of the Borough, but it always did, and still
does receive pupils from abroad. '
Lately, also, the Directors have improved its general
character, and elevated Its standard. by refusing to ad.
mit pupils without the necessary qvdilications. and by
their continued care they hope Tithe this school to
its proper piece in the estimation of this community.—
A limited number of pupils of the proper grade can be
admitted from the country by applying to
JACOB CAPP, President.
or to CYRUS BOGER, Teacher.
Aar- Tuition for COUIV3OII 4134. higher English branch
es, Latin and. Greek. ' $2 per moth.
Lebanon, Aug. 2d,1863..
READING RAIL. ROAD:
GESAI"I . RUNK I,INE FROId THE NORTH AND
Nortb-Wost. for PIIILADELYIIIA, NEW-YORK,
READING, POTTSVILLE, LEBANON, ALLENTOWN,
E sTON, •
Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia, New-York.
Reading; Pottsville. and all intermediate Stations, at 8
a. Isl.„ and 2.00 , P. Id , passing Lebanon 9.13 A. AL, and
3.08 P. n.
New Yxpress leaves Ifarrisburg at 6.30 A. 31., passes
Lebanon at 7.30 A. 31., arriving at New York at 9.15
the same morning.
Fares from it arrfsbarg: To New-York $5 15; to Phil
adelphia $3 35 and $2 80. Baggage checked through.
Retureing. leave New. York at t A. 314 12 Noon, and
7P. 111., (PITTSBURG EXPRESS). Leave Philadel
phia at 8.15 A. M., and 3.31 P. 111.; passing Lebanon at
12.17 noon, 7.17 P. 31. and Expreseat 1.05 A. M.
Sleeping cars in the New York Express Trains,
through to and Irons Pittsburgh witbinnt change.
Passenger. by the Catawissa Railroad leave Tamaqua
et 8.50 A. 31„ and 2.16 P. AI. for Philadelphia, New
York, and all Way Points.
Trains leave Pottsville at 0.15 A. M., and 2.30 P. AL,
for Philadelphia. Harrisburg and New York.
An Accommodation Passenger train leaves Beading
at 6.00 A. 51 , and returns from Philadelphia at 5 00 P.
4M- All the above trains run daily, Sundays excepted.
A Sunday train leaves Pottsville at 7.30 A. 51., and
Philadelphia at 3.15 F,
Commutation Tickets, with 26 Coupons at 25 per
cent. between any points desired.
Al flange Tickets, good for 2000 miles, between all .
points at sl6 . o6—for Families end Business Firms.
ZCIINO:1 and School Tickets, at reduced rates to and
from all Kints.
80 pounds Baggage allowed each passenger.
Passengers are requested to purchase their tickets
before entering the cars, as higher Fares are charged
it' paid in cars
Lebanon Mutual Insurance
LOCATED AT JONESTOWN, LEBANON CO.,
TO the property holders of the State of Penn
.& sylvania :—OENTLEMEN t Your attention is
reepectiblly solicited to the following low tabula Mimi ,
once of the LEBANON M GTErAL INSURANCE COM
PANY, wive are transacting business with the most
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 them of being protected against loss by are. The
Board of Directors arc practical business men well and
favorably known, and enjoying tbe entire confidence and
respect of the community in which they live. Oar Com
pany is perfectly mutual and we Invite your careful ag
tention to the following low rates as we are determined to
insure as low as any other responsible company, taking
Into consideration the character of the risks incurred.
Our QUARTER being PERPETUAL, enables us to is
sue Policies which never expire, which obviates the ne
ceasily of renewal every S or 5 years.
The Company has now been in successful operation
for nearly 6 years, and all Its losses have been prox.ptly
paid to the satisfaction of all parties concerned; and, in
fitct it has been, and still continues to be, the wish of
the Directors to have the Company condected on honest
and economical principles. .
RAIBS 13.1 f INSURANCR.
Dwellings, brick - or stone, Mato roof $0,15 lit $lOO
do do shingles ,13 " do
do Log or Eranie ,20 "do
Berne, atone or brick,2o " do
do Log or Frame . ,20 . 6 do
Store Houses, brick or stone A 5 " do
do Log or frame .• ;AO "do
Ilotele& boarding bouses,lirielcor.stono ,26 " do
do do Log or frame • 80 , i , do
Academies and School housce ,25 " do
Churches and meeting houses ,20 . do ,
Primers books and Mationerios ,30 " do
Book binders ,60 " do
Shoemaker and saddler shops
Silversmith and 'Watchmaker
Tin and sheet iron shops
Groceries and Provision stores
flatter shops 30 " do
Grist Mills, Water power ,55 •"
Saw Mille do do. ,36 do
Drug Stores ,30 " do
Smith shops, brick or atone ,30 do
do do Wood ,85 " do
Carpeoterjoiner & Cabinet rattier shops ,40 " dr
Wagoner anti Coachmaker shops ,40 " do
Debater and chair maker shops ,40 " do
Oil Mills ,40 " do
Clover Mills,4o " do
Younderies tiood ,35 " do
do Brick or stone -,30 do
Merchandise in - brick or stone build'ega ,20 " do
do in wooden do ' 25 " do
Furniture in brick or atone buildings ,lb " do
do in wooden ,20 " do
Stables & atiede, brick or stone,country ,20 "do .
do do wooden ,25 " do
Livery & Tavern Stables '25 " do
Joi- All communications should be addressed to J.
(I lIEILMAN, Secretary, Jone.3town, Lebanon Co., Pa.
IQ" OFFICE at the "Black Horse Hotel."
Jonestown, March A, 1863
AMERICAN %V ATCIIES.
AFTER. A THOROUGH TRIAL OF MORE
THAN TEN YEARS, the time-pieces manufac
tured by the American 'Watch Co., of Waltham„ Mass.,
have gained a firm hold upon the favor of the public,
and now, no less than 75,000 of them are speaking for
themselves in the pockets of the people. From a very
insignificant beginning the business has increased -un
til we are justified in stating that WE MA KS MORE
TItAN ONE 'HALF of all the .watches Sold in the unl
ted States. Repeated enlargement of our factory build
ings and the labor of POO operatives, still Pod UR un
equal to supply the constantly increasing . demand.—
And we may here observe that notwithstanding the
high pr ice of labor and materials; we actual).- sell our
products at less prices than those current five years
We refer to these facts only for purposes of proper
ly introducing another sulject relative to our manu
facture of watches. 'Hitherto our chief object has been
to make GOOD watches for the million at the lowest pos
sible price—something to take the place of the make
believe watches called ••A tierce:* ..Eng
lisli Patent Levers,. &c. annually tlmown upon this
market, in Countless numbers, by European work
shops—watches which are the refuge of their facto
ries. unsaleable at home and perfectly worthless es--
This object 'we bare accomplished. and now we have
to announce, that we have commenced the =aurae
tare of watches Of the very
HIGHEST GRADE KNOWN TO CHAO-
NO b 3 ETRY,
unequalled by anything hitherto made by ourselves
and unsurpassed by anything made in the world. For
thin purpose we have the amplest facilities. We have
erected an adelition to our main buildings expressly
for Ibis branch of our business, and have filled it with
the best workmen in our service. Profiting by our
long experience, we have remodelled the form of our
watches, introducing such improvements as have been
suggested and proved to be good from time to time,
end have instituted new. and .severe tests of isochro.
rdsm, adjustment and compensation: Kew machines
and appliances have been constructed, 'which perform
their work with consummate delicacy and exactitude,
and the choicest and most approved materials only aro
used. Nothing in fact is wanting either In reechoed
l principles. material of workmanship toensure per
fection in the result.
We continue to manufacture our other well•known
qualities under the follow .ng names :
"APPLETON, TRAM'. & CO." •
“P. S. BARTLETT,"
And the "Soldier's Watch,"
The latter, the lowest priced watch we make, Is a
substantial, reliable time-piece, cased in sterling silver
—hunting pattern, and is not liable to get out of order
either in marching riding or fighting. All the abore
described watches, including the PINEEX, which is nam
ed “AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY," are sold by watch
dealers vowel ly throughout the country.
Robbins At. Appleton,
Agents for the American Watch Cdmp'y,
182 BROADWAY,. N. Y.
Nov. 2, 1863.—insIde eow 4m.
1562 NEW STYLES. 1862
A DAM RISE, in Cumberland Street, between
LI Market and the Court House,north side. has
now on hand a splendid assortment of the New
Style of VATS AND CAPS, for men and boys, for 1,858
to which the attention of the public is reepeolfully inv,
tad. Mate cc all prices from the cliestpe.st to the mos
costly, always on hand. ' He hes alsojust opened a spien
tll,l assortment of SUMMER HATS, embracing such a
STRAW, PANAMA, PEDAL, PEARL, HORN, LEO
HORN, SENATE, OUBIAN, and all others.. ,
as.He will also Wholesele4)l kinds of Vats, Caps
Ae-, to Country Merchants on advautagedius terms.
-Lebanon, April 80,1862. -
La TEST XE WS
A MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
GROCERIES, GROCERIES - .
We base just received. from New Yorke. freab stork of GROCERIES, each as
Nlulossef.o, Sugar, Cotree, Tea, &c., &t.,
G. A . tricous.
A WORD ABOUT
Door, Sash and Stain Planing
10111_11[111CAL , 0
Located on the SY:fam-Rouse Road, war Owililmtriawd
TB undersigned respectfully inform
the public in general, that they OM
till manufacture and keep on hand. ; t s:
Door, Sash, Shutter, Blinds, Flooring.
Weather- Board s, 0 Gee Spring
Mouldings, of all sizes, Wash Boards. eating. Sorban*,
Cornice., and all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
for Ilouses. We also construct the latest and most im
proved Stair Caring and Rand Balling, suitable for
large and small buildings.
We now invite Farmers, Mechanics and Builders to
call and examine our stock, which we will warrant to
give entire satisfaction to all who may tarot the under
signed with their custom.
Lebanon. April 22.1862.
P. E.—There is also all kinds of TURNING at the
same Mill. P/Mting, Sawing, &c, promptly done for
those who may fernieh Lumber. • ,
STOVES. STOVES. -
Nls the time to buy your STOVES before told
whiter le here, and the beet and cheapest place if
Lebanon Stove, Tin and Sheet Iron Maranftw
tory of James N. Rogers,
Two doors South from the - ...ebanontians,,where can bs
had the isrgest and best assortment of PARLOR,
HALL, and CCORING STOVES, ever offered in Labs•
n Ons Burners for Parlors or Bed Chambers of big
own make. with a general assortment of Parlor Stoves,
and a large variety of the best Cooking Stoves ,in the
county or borough, which he warrants tobakeor roast
WASH BOILERS con tautly on hand of all edema;
and the best material.
COAL BUCKETS—the largest asaortment,. the heav
iest iron, and the beat made in Lebanon.
Also, a large stock of TIN WARE, made of the beet
material and in a workmanlike manner, As he la a.
practical Workman, and beer had an experience of
twenty-five years. he feels confident that he can glee'
fie takes this method of returning his thanks to Wit
numerous customers for their liberal support, and be
hopes. by strictly al tending to his own busbies, and
letting other people's alone, to still receive a share of
puplic patronage. JAMES N. ROGERS.
/VP Particular attention paid to all kind. of.Tosetnd
such ea Roofing. Spouting, &e., and all work warranted
G. L. ATKINS & Brit
HAVING united in the BOOT and SHOE B
and from their determination to be puncture=
make none but the beet of work, they feellike eollcitlog
alone of public patronage. Therein always be found:
at their OLD STAND, elicw Beduins,) in Market Street, -
nearly opposite Widow Rises Had, where they will hif
ready to serve and please their customers.
They have now on hand s large assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
CARPET BAGS, Le., which they offer at reduced prices,
4v- Person dealing at this SHOE STORE, can be
suited with READY-MADE WORK..or hays it - made to'
order. Satisfaction is always warranted.
thr Particular attention given to the REPAIRING
Booth and Shoes. [Lebanon, July 3, 1861.
APRINS & BRO.'S New Boot and Shoe Store is fitted'
up in good order for comfort and convenience, both
for ladles and Gentlemen.
ATR/NS & BRO.'S New Boot and Shoe Store Ls fittat
up in good order for comfortand convenience, both
for Ladles and Gentlemen. •
A Timis& BRO. promise to be punctual, andwfil en'
deavor tr please all who may call on them for Boots
In WON KEEPERS
TO THE PEOPLE OF LEBANON.
MARCUS NATHAN respectfully informs the people"
of Lebanon and vicinity that be baa opened a No
tion and Fancy Dry Goods Store in Lebanon for the
WHOLESALE and RETAIL Trade of ail articles in his
hue at the most reduced prices possible. His stock
consists in part of all kinds of Woolen and Cotton
Stock ings and Hose, Undershirts, Drawers . Woolen
Caps end Nubias, Mfrs and Gloves. Scarfs , all kinds of
Handkerchiefs, Collars for Ladies arid Gentlenien k
Hairdresses and Nets, Ribbons and Velvets, Spool and
Patent Sewing Thread, Buttons, Selseore, Combs. in.,
An: - A large assortment of UMBRELLAS and-PARA
SOLS, et the lowest prices. Spectacles, Pocketbooks,
POrtmoriaires. Dominoes, Cards, de. A large assort
ment of Musical Instrument., Violins, Accordeona,
Banjos, Temboriees, Flutes. Fifes, Baskets,. Trunks,
Carpet Bags, Satchels. and all kiods of Toys; in feat
everything almost that can be thought of in the Notions
and Fancy line. Also a large variety of JEWELRY
and WATCHES. Pedlers and Storekeepers will find'
it their interest to buy of us. Our Store le in Grim
berland Street, in Funck'a building. between the COM*
House sod Market House.
,25 4, do
,30 " do
,30 4, do ;
,30 " do i
NOTICE is hereEt given that Lettere Testamentary
on the estate of WM. BAER, deed., late of Reidel
berg township. Lebanon county, Pa.. have been grant
ed to the undersigned. residing in the township, noun
ty and state aforenald. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make aettlement, and those
having claims will present them without delay..
WM. M. WRIGLEY, EtteentOrt-
Shaetrerstown, Feb, 24,'64
PURVIC NOTICE la hereby given, that the Mules
of the Metbodlvt Episcopal Chrrch of Cornwall
township. Lebanon county, Pa, was duly presented to
the Court of Comma° Ph-.Le, 'of Lebanon county, for
examination, and will b. approved according to law,
on the first day of Apra Term, nazi', unless good canoe
be shown to the contrary.
SIEOII . IIIT, ProtWy:-..
Lebanon, Jan. 27,1864.—+
MERCHANT TAILORINO - ,
S. R Asi SAY, itt Punek's building, corner of Odra , .
kJ. beziand street and Doe alley, has on hand and
for sale, either by the yard or Muds' to order, a large
well selected from Goad Houses.. Good Fits and sub•'
sten tied making guaranteed to aIL Also Handker.
chiefs, Cravats, Gloves. Hosiery, Suspenders, Fancy and
Plain Linen Shirts, Under Shirts and Drawers.
B. S. RAMSAY.
Leisnon, April 9, 1862.
PPUBLICNoIics is hereby given, that Letters Testa
mentary, have been granted to the 'undersigned,
on the Estate of CATIIA.TtIYE GOETTLE, late:- of
Heidelberg township, Lebanon county, Pa., deo'd. All
persons who know themselves Indebted to said estate
will please settle their sceounts, and all thoseliartag-
CilliCUS against it will please present them.
JONATHAN ZEIIBE, Executor.
Slanefferstown,Slarch 9, 1861.
!toward A ssocirltiOal
PHILADELPHIA, PA. •
DISEASES of the Nervous, Seminal, Urinary and
Sexual Syetems—new and reliable treatment-1u
reports of the HOWARD ASSOCIATION—Sent by mail
In, sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address,
D. .1. SRILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Association;
No. 2 South Ninth Street. Philadelphia, Pa.
March 9, ISB.l.—ly.
N roncE is hereby given that ,Letters TCPII,I4;
IN men tsry on the Estate ofJACOE WELLER, -
lete of Bettie. township. Lebanon county, fe., des 'it....
have been granted to the undersigned. &11. persons
therefore indebted to said estate will please make pity- -
ment. and those having claims wilt present them-with
out delay, to HENRY LIGHT, Swattu - al
DAVID %V UTIRICII, Bethel,
BAISIDEL RICKER, 10,
Executors of said Estate.
OFFICE North Lebanon Rail Rai* "aiwspatip,l
Lebanon; Pa., February 28,186#.
Notice is hereby givers that this Company Is prepar,
ed to redeem all of its outs tending - Bonds, whiell will
fall due on the „Ant. day of April, t 865, between this
date-and the let day of April neat, and that on all
these toads,-.presented' at - this office for redmrptioir,
interest' wilt be rdlowadtup to the said lat of alrfl/,
1.664 . , at .the rate often (10) per caliper annum, instead
of seven. (7) tier cent, as specified off etie fine oriel&
Bonds. By order of the Bow} of Directors.
L'b, March 2, '64. JACOB wr.votz, Treavdrii.
Philip F. 31 1 c.aully
FASHTONABLE BOOT AND SHOE PdAY:IIBr
1- 1 ,17 Camberlaud Street, one door Hast
1„f the BrSrab 01"80 &Welt Thankful for
very liberal patronage extended fo Me for tberel airttiMr
I have been in-business, I would respectfully Solicit al
continuancb of the patronage of the public,
e has at elf times an assortment of BOOTS and
SHOES of his mrirmenufacture on band, which-wilt be'
disposed.of on reasonable terms:
FINE BOOTS, LADIES' GAITERS; &e:
Those desiring a neat, Well made exec* ire I nv it e e.
to'gire me e trial. Hhildrens' Shoes of semi , variety
and color on bend. Heavy - work made to Order..' -
ALI wort warranted. Repairing math dew Met
charges made miderate, ' Lebanon,JisTr
Jou, a. cure'
Street, Rica .7.4banon
.LONGACILE & QABEL