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NeuAy_ and Promptly Executed, at the.
LINERTISER OFFICE, LEBANON, PENN'A
Tula establishent is now supplied with an extensive
imortment of JOll TYPE, which will be increased as the
atronago demands. It can now turn lint Minima. of
:every description, in 'a twat 31111 eXpeditiOrlif Manlier—
SWIM very reasonable terms. Each ns
Pamphlets, Checks,, , t
Business Cards, llCadbills,
Sill Headings, Blanks,
Programmes, Bills of Fare,,.
Invitations, tfikets, &C., &C.
. ars- Duce of all kinds. CORRIDOR and Judgment BONDS.
;ffithool, Justices', Constables' and other BLANKS, printed
icorrectly and neatly on the best paper, constantly kept
ifor eai at this office, at prices "to suit the times."
DO Subscription price of the LEBANON ADVERTISER
One Dollar and a Halt a Year.
Address. Wm. hi. Bassum, Lebanon, Pa.
(Zak (rape. in 114.14 2 ,4 ~)
43crti.rety.,. littexcas. iz.ag3r
lIPFKIE WITH HON. J. W. KILLINOER,
i GE . O RGE CLARK,
gel ltz ir; a 43, ci. ma. 3=o e• am tlea t ,
*IIBI/10E C. Henry's - Ness Building, opposite the
IV Itag Hotel, Lebanon. Pa.
4 Lebeften, Jahhery 26,1806.
S. T. MeADAMI,
lATT'ORWVY AT LAW,
A 8 ItliriloV.ED his office to Market Street. opposite
the Lebanon Beek, two doors North of Widow
Lebanon, Alarch 25, '63,
ARMY AND NAVY— ,
4 14iiith27,4141 1 64ft, BACK •PAV "AND
, TT LAND AIiENC,Y,.-: )
SUMAS (397151 0
466 , ve .co r ,:x,er v - a, t IA 11717" .
xiciZmnno d a e n re d r a el g ba t v e l e n i f e b n e g e i li g l e ice i n n sed to prosecute
d the Bounty and
rension business, offers his services to all those who
are thereto entitled. in accordance with the various
sots of Congress. All linelvehonld call or address at
ogee, end make their applications through
BABBLER BOYEtt, Attorney at-Law,
Winos removed to Cumberland St., one
door. East of the Lebanon Valley Bank, opposite
Crelincir Hotel, Lebanon, Pa. [Jan. 6, !64.
FFICE with A. E. Weight° r, Esq., Cumberland
NI West, nearly opposite' trie`Court House.
__Lebanon., February 8, 1865.
H. T. BIBIGHAUS,,
(WIWI In Stiehter's Building, Cumberland Street
kJ nearly opposite the Court House, Lebanon.
-nebanon, June 18, 1864.—if.
CrilVS P. MILLER.,
'011:01, 6 and two
neatly er a site m th r e ma lr o
Libation, April 6,1864.-Iy. - _
Da SSLIER DOVER "
;atalt t e$ 3r za,"it g• Mita, "sni‘`.
tri NJ, FFICIE removed to Cumberland - street, one door
East of the Lebanon. Valley Dank: biSposito the
took "total, Lebanon, Pa. [Jan. 6,'6t.
'ATTORNE'Y AT LAW,
Offibemeh„Wfst orner of Water
and Mark r et 15treets,
A3M015.43.1%1', - i ft rzw.
- 'Lebanon, Nov. IR, 1863.-I,y.*
, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
irkFFIO I 4 :in Cninhherlathl s treet, II few doors OnOt of
~.t y p t.t tj a . oe t E n a ti F d l m o ta e n l ,lnc r office trite of tile father
Lebanon. Sept. 9,1863.
A. STANLEY ULRICH,
kc4TT'eitArY A T -I,AW
Has retnOved his office to the bu Min& ono door e:a a
fAudermilch 's Store, opposite the Washing ton House
- Lebanon, Pa.
~ BOUNTY and PENSION claims promptly attended
Z. R.' DEEG'S
Market Square, opposgethe Market House, Lebanon, Pa.
Milli undersigned respectfully informs tl,e public
that he has received an extensive !took -of the
choicest and purest Liquors of all descriptions. These
A LlquatOehte Invariably disposed to sell at itn•
.neCodeniedly! low prices.
• Druggists, Farmers. Rotel Keepers, and ca•
era will consult their own interests by buying of the
undersigned. L. It. MO.
Lebanon, April Is, 1863.
mite COPARTNERSHIP 'HERETOFORE EXIST-
Mg between 0. C. LOWER and 11. W. RANK, in
04L . W4olettale Tobacco Business. antler the firm of
~LOWER '& RhNK, is this day dissolved by mutual
, consent. The business of the late firm aill be settled by
either of the partners at No. 14L6 North Third St.
Philadelphia, July 1,1884.
IL W. RANK, of the late firm of Lower & Ramk,e
will continue the bushmea as heretofore at FRIII
place: U. W. RANK.
Philadelphia, July 13,1864.--Ft. .
VOR SALE .
sr RE undersigned will Sell, et private sale, hie de
sl ble 1101./10 and LOT OF GROUND, to East
street, East Lebanon. The Rouse Is • new
gtwo story BRICK with K itchen attached, all
well built and well arranged With.all 'decent
ry conveniences. Also Cistern, Bath flow. ;
•mo e House, all kinds or Fruit 'trees, (cc.. onftie
'l riadiscs. nykdinflisputable gistib. ' Foe fur •
ther Information ap ply to
JANES N. ROGERS, tinholth.
Lebanon, Dec. 7,1864.-4 m.
Or A -
urickyard & Building Lots.
milE eubecriber offers at private sale, a valuable
1 Tract of Land in North Lebanon Borough, near
(be line of North Lebandn Borough, on Pinegrove
istrtssj, Kontnitilog shoat ,AOREB. This tract is ex
1-01166porOund for Brick 31aking, having been used
for that purpose, and Is also eligibly located to be cut
up intoBDILDINO LOTS. A good ln (or burning
Brick kon the premises. For further Vtiftleuldra ap
Lebanon, Feb. 8, 1885.
eorge o ' uau
mt .LEBANON COUNTY •
BY Lebanon Valley Railroad.
PARTIOIILAB attention will be paid to Goode shipp •
ed by the Lebanon, alley Railroad. Goode will be
lent daily to and front Philadelphia to Lebanon, Myers
town and Annyille Stations, and all other polifts'in 'the
FREIGHTS contracted for at the learitpossihle rites
awl delivered with dispatch.
The Proprietor will pay parthrdtar rithitttion tO.land
attend personally, to the receiving and deltrery of all
Tor Information, apply at bis ()Moe at the Lelitition
Valley Railroad Depot, Lebanon.
EDWARD MARK, his Agent In Philadelphia. will al
ways be found at W. H. Dash's Merchant's Rota, North
Third st, Philadaphia,
)faj 4, %Id
THE Sandbar offers at Private gale a TWO STO
-IIF FRAME DWELLING HOUSE and LOT OF
GROUND, (being lot No. 1 in Uhler's addition
of Lebanon,) located on the Old Forge Road
PI in the North-Western port of said bough.—
For particulars apply to
JOSEPH H. UHLER.
Lebanon, January 26,1865.
Treasury Department. •
OP THE Cumin:Wiz,
Wventrioron, Damien 31, 1864.
l i yitatteias„ By !satisfactory evidence presented to
the undersigned, it has been made to appear
tha "Tom LEBANON NATIONAL BANE," In the Borough
of Lebanon and State of Pennsylvania, has been duly
organised under, and according to the requirements of
the act of Congress, entitled "An Act, to provide a Na
tional Currency, secured by pledge of United States'
Bonds, and to providefor the circulation and redemp •
Mu thereof, "approved. June 3, 1884, and has com
plied with all the Provisions of said Act required to
be complied with, before commencing the business of
Banking under said set.
Now TRIIIIIToRe, I Mien IfeCumniu, Comptroller of
the °taring do hereby certify that The Lebanon Na
tional Btltlit , In the Borough of Lebanon, in the county
of Nate of Pennsylvania, is authorised to corn.
Ileum tlie'busineie 4' 'Thinking 'underthe • Act afore
1n1ii49104 wfereof , tritiais 4thr %and
JJ L . R . 1 and seal tif othce;ilita thirty Sat ay of
J December, 1864
'Lebanon, January 5,
CiilBBs.mptroller of the Oarrency.
VOL. 16---NO. 40.
The Phoenix Pectoral
WILL CURE YOUR COUGH.
THE PUMA.' PECTORAL`-
hOOMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD DUERR'
THROAT AND LUNGS.
Such as Colds, Couglis, Croup, Asthma.,
Bronchitis, Catarrh, , Sore Throat, •
ITS TIMELY USE MULL 111$EVENT
ND ,EVEN WitNitill: tDISXAO
taken hold 1& will afford greaterrelief' hah,
plilleffate Vanderslice of Potterilie, sate, 'I was
benefited more by using the Phoenix Pectoral titan
any other - medicine I ever used." . .
Elias Oberheltzer, Lionville, Chester comity, was
cured of a cough of many years' standing by using the
Joseph Lukens, of Hall.street, Phoenixville, certifies
:that he was cured of a cough of two years standing,
sibeletillether medicines had failed, by the use of the
Jacob Powers certdieslhat he has sold hundreds of
bottles of the, Phoenix Pectoral. and that all who used
it bear testimdny of its wonderful effects in curing .
John R..iyer, editor of the independent Phoenix, hav
ing used it, bee no hesitation in pronouncing it a com
plete remedy for cough, hoarseness, and irritation in
the throat. 4. .v.
. . .
The West Chester' treerstsofqn stm,
"We have known Dr. Oberholtzer personally a
numbir of year's, and it gifetruslhe greatest pleasure
to recotriniend his medicines, inasmuch 34 the public
rarely-lave the `benefit off lly r4ed ieinespreparedr by
a physician of his acquirements and experience.
"Dr. Oberhoitzer lea member of the Alumni of the
Medical Department at the University of Pennsylvania,
at which institution he graduated in 1854 Y
POTTSTOWN, Jan.ary ad, 1965.
This certifies that I have used the Phoenix Pectoral
in my family, and I recommend it to the public es the
very best remedy for Coughs and,Colds that I have .
ever tried. One of my children was takinrsilth
accompanied with a Croupy Cough ; so bed indeed that
it could not tgik Ceadareeiy breathe. Having heard
so much wild:about the Phoenix Pectoral I procured a
bottle of it. The first dose relieved the difficulty of
breathing and before the child - had taken one-fourth of
the bottle it was ffetirely well. every family should
hays It in their hinlee.
Mrs Mary Butler. ;other elvlion. Wm. Butler,
President Judge of the Chester and Delaware Districts,
says that she cannot Ylowithopt the Phoenix Pectoral.
Dr. George B. Wood, Professot,:of.,tffe'Practice,s .of
Medicine in the University ouNiapAyliranfts
and one of the authors of the Urtitedifitith 'Dispensa
tory. says of the Senelca Satan Met : "Ite . oction Is
especially directed to the lungs."
The proprietor of this medicine has so much confi
dence in its curative powers, from the testimony of
hundreds who have used it, that the money will be re
funded to any purcha.er who is not satisfied with Its
It Is so pleasant to take that 'children cry for it.
It costs only 35 cents—large bottles ONE DOLLAR.—
It is intended for only one class of diseases, namely
those of the LUNGS itEII.TEMCIAT.
Prepared only by Levi OLerboltzer, M. D., • Phoenix
villa, Pa. Johnston Holloway & Cowden, No. 23,
N.Sixth et. Philadelphia, and T. C. Wells & Co. N 0.1.15
Franklin st., New York, General Wholesale Agents.
-Sold wholesale and retail by .J. Ar,...Lemberger, Dr.
Geo. Ross and D. 8. Raiser, Lebanon, and by nearly
every druggist and storekeeper in Lebanon county...
N. 11.—If your nearest druggist or storekeeper.tdoes
not keep this medicine do not let him put you til;r with
some other melliOrtia,heosuse)Li makes more 'rnoney
On it, but send at onto to hat tithe Agents fortit.
March 8,1805.-81 u
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST RELIA
BLE REINIEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR
Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis,
Difficulty of Breathing, Asthma, Hoarse
ness, Sore Throat, Group and every
THE THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST,
Wistaes Balsam of lid
So general has the use of this remedy become, and
so popular is it everywhere, that it la unnecessary to
recount Its virtues. Its works a ak for it, and findi
utterance in the abundant and voluntary testimony o
the many who from long suffering and settled disease
have by Its use been restored to pristine vigor and
heilth. We can piesent a mass of evidence in proof of
CANT OT BE DISCREDITED,
The Rev. Jhcbb Seel'ler,
Pell known and much respected among the German
population in this country, makes The following state
ment for the benefit of the afflicted. .
Dear ,Sirs.-having realized ltx yfly, -Amity impor
tant benefits from the use ofyour valiifirdelltelfffration
—WISTAR'S BALSAM or WILD CHIMRY.--41 affords me
pleasure to nem:amend it to the public. Some eight
yeara . t r; . tgo dne of my daughters seemed to be in a de
cline, mid little hopes of her recovery were- entertained
I then procured a bottle of your excellent Baleam,and
before she bed talturi the whale of the contero Of the
bottle there was a greht improvement ip Wherilth. I
have in my individual case, made frequently 11/30 of
your valuable Medleine, and have always been benefit
ed by it.
From Jeste 'Sinith, Esq., President of
the Morris County Bank, Morris
town, .New Jersey.
ollaving need Dr Wmrsa t e BALSIX or WILD CHERRY
for about ditino yeare,*.and balling realized Ite benefi
cial results in my family, ftaltbrds 'me great pleasure
in recommending it to the public as &valuable remedy
in eases °Sneak lungs, colds, coughs, he , and a reme
dy which I consider to be enterely Innocent, and may
be taken with perfect Safety by the mast delicate In
From Ron. John E. Smith, a Distin
guished Lawyer:in lfrestmin s
ter , Maryland.
have on several oettesicitis used Dr. Brune's Mt
-111,11 OP WILD CIIERRT ID severe colds, and always with
'deeitied bbiefit. Vast" •pf no 'prenvition that is
more efficacious or more deserving of general use.
The ffiirstffff eillsehisbn need with excellent affect
by J. B. 8LL1.07, Merchant, Haire Ortifis Heads, Md
Wistar's Bahatit of Wild
None genuine unless signed "I. BUTTS," on the
wrapper. . •
FOR SALE BY
a. P. DINSMORE, No. 491 Broadway, Now Yoik.
S. W. FOWLS & CO,. Proprietors, Boston.
And by al Dragglata.
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Forty Years' Expettelice
REDDING'S " RUSSIA
Over all other 'Verging preparations.
It cures all kinds or SORES, CUTS. SCALDS,
PURNS, BOILS, ULCERS, HALT RHEUM, ERYSIP
ELAS, STIES, PILES, CORNS, SORE .LIPS, SORE
BYES, &Q., Ac. REMOVING THE PAIN AT ONCE,
AND REDUCING THE MOVT iri A,NORY LOOKING
SWELLINGS ALND INFLAMDCA ON ASIF BY MAG-
IC. ONLY 25 CENTS A BOX.
FOR. SALE Br
3. T. DINSMORE, N 0,491 Bond y '
8. W. FOWLE & Tre mo nt Ot w . Rc g r k.
And eVirwa.ll Droggisti., 'ton
'AND SENEKA SNAKE ROOT,
liitimmr.E THE DISEASES OF TILE
Ilemovea, Fa.. Feb
Ilse fully established the sofielleaqty of
TO TIME DISEASED!!
S' taken rooms in Kendall's - block, first door
abinx_the NOWYork Store.
'he willettsend bathe careful diagnosis and
treutment 'of dimataaaArhather acute, or, chronic. lie,
espeelitiryilimitioAhose *here . has railed.—
No matieribow long - you bare been dineased, or how
much you hare sulXered i or,what mayd be your mom
plaint, or whit treat . Mant you hare had, or bom.Ofteri
yow have Keewaisaitpointaid, thereie still a fair pros
pecafor your speedy restaulation to health.. Thousands
of axiom as hopeless as youta have been cared in a few
weeks by "Elastro Medical Treatment," when all other:
known remed:es bad failed. , "
"No charge,for consultation.!' •
• Prof.• F. G.rOvre.
Pledges himself, in all the folio witrg.ranned diseases,
to perform a speedy and peiniSAititieisie. ,when
ever there can be the least possible hope °fear's,
Diseases of the Brain and'/Wreour systain—riillePsT
Chorea.; or .St. Vitus' pause. Paralysis, klifinfillegia
and,Pariplegia, Neuralgia, Hysteria, Nervous pelPita
tion of the heart. he.
Organs and rissoles connected with the Digestive
sisstem—hiorityfrost. Dyspepsia, Dysentery, Obstinate
Oonstipatdotk - eitforrholds POWs,
lent and ?Modern Colie.
Respiratory Divans—Catarrlf. 'Cough,
Brod4hitls,'Pliablisy, and Consumption iu the
dailrand Middle irtoipa.. t.
Rhrou.s and Pfuseular Systent.—Rlontnatiansjlbilt,
Lutabago, Stiff Neck, Spinal Cidriattire, Hip 'Diseases,
Cancers, and Tumors.
Urinary'anerGenital Organs.=Diabetin, and Kidney
Affections, Impotence and Seminal Weakness. The
leper complaints yield very rapidly to this treatment.
Diseases peculiar to Fentales.-:-.Uterinis complaints
Prolapens; Antoversion.litetroversion, Inflammation '
Ulci ration, and various tither '...ifect ions of the womb,
painful, suppressed, scanty or tirtsfose Menstruation.
•Vkip Diseases.—Serointous. Eruptions, Glandular
Swellings, Ulcers, Felon, Erysipelas, Herpes or Tatter.
All diseases of the Eye and Ear.
Lebanon, March 15, 1865.
Whilst trying Coffee of ail the vitriol's brands.
ReMeanhar• - ”IiROTNING'SEXS , ,ILSIOR"—at the head
Truit,At'srat like others that are "SOLD• EVERY-
-A little, stretch, we all do know, good goods will easily
(Illit is stretch like this—"sold everywhere"—i a vi r
?r - sAyI eittkitafely say, without ttprbesitation,
There's done like "BROWNING'S pacEtsion" in
-this enlightened nation.
Sailed chknists have not found a Coffee from any
Potter - Ali* the same ingredients as "Browning's
Nor lather° any one, in or out of the Coffee trade,
Who knoWs the articles from which "Browning's
, ,Extelsior's" made, .
Pnitiittl. its leads from barley, - rye, wheat; beans, and
Name a thousand other things—but tis' EIGHT ONE
if you please.
But with the Coffee men I will not hold contention
For the many, many things they say—too numerous
Whilst they're engaged in - rumiltg - round, from store
To learn the current wholesale price of "Browning's'
Some who know my Coffee gives perfect satisfaction,
Rare farmed a plan by watch they hope to Cause a
• quick reaction.
The cash—'tis with a few; no doubt 'twill be more—
To name their Coffee after mine, (BROWNING'S
Some say their's the only brand that will stand a
Now, try a little of them all—see which you like the
Three year's have passed away since I llrst sold a
Never have I in your paper advertised before ;
Nor would I now, or ever consent to publish more,,.
If like some used by—everybody ," "sold everywhere."
. in "every store.".
it tradAikethlal ado litt.V.trisli; the Orders
` l 'l'he factory pt} Je' . ....key's land would taka—leave nova
My tradels'nOt so very li/rge•; still-I think I Lave my
But, reader you may rest assured, 'tis NO r "SOLD EV
Manufactured and for Salt by the writer,
George L. Browning.
No. 20 Market Street, Camden, N. J.
This coffee is , not composed of PCMODOUS drugs, it
contains nothing deleterious; many pit Ode use this
Coffee that cannot use the pure coffee; it takes kat
one•atai a half ounces to make a quart of good strong
coffee." at being just one-half the quantity it takes of
Java Cmffee, and always less than half the price.
RETAIL DEA LERE.raay purchase it in less quanti•
ties than ton gross at - tny prices from the Wholesale
OW Orders by maillrom Wholesale Dedldrs prompt
ly attended to. •
Feb. 22,1865.-3 m.
U. S. 7-30 LOAN.
BY authority of the Secretary of the Treasury. the
undersigned has assumed the General Subscription
Agencrferlbelrale of United States Treasnry Notes,
Veering seven and three tenths per cent. interest, per
annum, known as the
These Notes are issued under date of August 15th,
18t14, and are payable three years:from that time, in
currency, or are convertible at the option of the hold
11. S. 5-00 Si . x per cent.
Gold Bearing Bonds.
These bonds are now worth a premium ,of nine per
cent., inaluding gold interest from Nov., which makes
the actual profit on the 73) loan, at current rates, in
cluding interest, about ten per cent. per annum, besides
its exemption from State and municipal taxation,
which - adds from ono to three per cent. more, accord
ing tolbieles )6v led on other property. The interest
is payable sem inniaMitylii coupon' atiacbed to each
note, whidli maybe cut off Mid sold to any bank Or
The interettriMaunts to
One Cent per ditynn'each $ BO note
Two cents " " 100 "
Ten " " " 500 "
Tweaty 1,000 "
OieTtrilar " " 5,000 "
I les of all the denominations named will be
promptly furnished upon receipt of subscriptions.—
The dnly Loan in Market
now oirdted'hyftie‘diridrument, and it iv confidently
expected thit its superior advantages will make it the
GREAT POPULAR LOAN OF. THE PEOPLE.
Less than $200,000,000 remain unsold, which' will
probably telitlposa. of 'Within the next 60 or 90 days
when the notes w will command a 'premium,
as has uniformly been the case on closing the sub
seriptions.to other Loans.
In order that citizen - Wel every town and section of
the eciuntry may . fas liifftirtied facilities for taking the
loan, thalrutional Rinks, State Banks, and Private
Bankers AlliUdgiumt the' country have generally
afire d to receive stikathriticins
,at par. Subscribers
will select their own agents, in what die). have .con
i tidence, and who only are responsible for the delivery
of the notes for which they receive orders.
SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, Philadelphia'.
SUBSCRIPTIONS Will be received by the Lebanon Na.
trdnat Barth, the Valliy 'Btridtud. Bank of Lebanon
and theitigit iedfiOnal Bliiilaf l teblift'oir. •
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE!
Still continue to Manufactitie.tbose MANURES, which
for the last seven or eight years have given such gen
eral satisfaction to those who have need 'them ; we
refer to the
SUPER PHOSPRATE OP LIME,'
made from Seely grouttd.Rones,"Peruviau Guano, and
other:Fertilising Ingreitieries„;_ - ,-, 1 -tped sold at tlierate of
$65 00 per ton of 2000 ilia. Also to the
MEAT and IMRE ebwrposT,
made from refuse Meat, Bone livid other Jflal from the
slaughter ilouse,—p!itel4o .00 per ton.,- I ._
N. B . A supeirtisrArticle of BONE DUST, at market
TAKER do CLARK, -'
r.EIGH.Tg & WASHINGTON Ste.,
Muni. 60.865.-3 m.; - PHILADELPHIA.
Jest printed•and far, sale at this
ofrice s Coaditions far the;Salt of Real Es
LEBANON, PA., I;nDNES.DAY, MARCH 29, 1865.
v 4 .
lee - •WO
W ILL be sold 8 Fublie Sale, on -
Wed nesday March 29,1865
at the residelice ; • of the subscriber, Load - otohlify
township, alx4rther and a half =ilea from 'Palinjra,
on the reett,tott_ledhellle'S Church, the folloviing::
—.HORSE, %,,cllNt r g, 'ROCKAWAY, I.liorsit
goodnicaorAPrinli. Wagon, - Plough, Harrow,' Culti
vator, 2 SHOAT% tett of Hind Gears .sett single Har
eem, 2 cellars, *Bridles, Wheelbarrow, Forks, 1 side
Saddle, Slitilidls,liog and Cow Cholas,- BEDDING and
Hedsteads,'B l }ltireaus, 8 Tables. 2 'Steven, Cupboard,
dgzeiCandia , bitiftlitiirs, 2 Rocking Chairs, large Look.
ingtilees,Chestsjlron Rattle, new, lifeatatand, Tube,
Barrels, \quagga Lind a variety of other articles.
‘-ffir All of thilibbve articles are 'nearly as good as
tys.. SalelO co once at 12 o'clock, 31.; wtien terms
will made kno nby •,•
- LondonilerrylWp.; February Iti„„ la 65. =
LRBANO# , 4 4tC0 FACTORY'
LIME iindersign are alient 10catiEgiti Litaucti
wbat.fs eshetioldllskai-r -
ITIOSOUrt 1 Tobacco 'Factoryy
lot Ma 101 1 .20410 °T.Piun TOMee°. Our *atm' 11 is
Mhieeri.leaf; made up . .by Misseuri hands ' and our
inaub fiery is of ttio latest and most etllciesie'character:
determidedly adhere to the policy "of making
ard selling only ai - '
GD AND P.LtE ARTICLE OF TOBACCO,
awfi l ealii:fis ;l ikerb ants and °there,' while they have
the ptivtlege of . b ing d irectl7 (rim the manufactur
er, thus 'say lug to beraseiris the _intermediate prate
`heretofore paid tbciobber , are saved the risk of 'get,
ting adulterated 0 poisoned tobaccbs as when buying
unknown or irrigpausibleinaltes. '
We shall be rear y to.fill orders by the lath of arch
04.-.*43 cap ret none—ceweell to no. . purchaser
less. than 20. pour
Circular& and.p ice llst sent tiSany address on apPli-:
In a few weeks we shall be prepared to 'Maw
feature line cut chewing and smoking tobaccos of 111,
jsibanon, Feb. 2210865,-3m
connection withlieff MILLINERY business, taken the
agency for -
Wheeler & Wirrort ' s unsurpassed Dow
ah. Sewing Machines,
siliteh have taken 'ol . ‘ premium at the Great London
Fair, and at hundteis of other. Fairs. It is adapted
for all kinds ofFamily Sewing and Tailoring. Three
different numbers of the Machine will always , be kept
on hand, which can be examined at her store, and she
will give bairns-Rails in the manner of using it.
The Millings?, Mallen, in all P its branches, will be
continued at her Store,in eumbertai d street.
MRS. HARRIET L. SELTZER.
anon :rely 20 is 64. —ars. .
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NORTH LEBANON PENNSYLVANIA.
Philadeli)hia Transfer Office,
.N - 1). $ Forrest Pinee,)
123} SOI/Tll- FOYRTH STREET.
" 3 1;1tERIDEST,
HENRY LIGHT, - Lebanon, Pa.
TRE.tsrpa ct s.„ ssolies.ter,
I.T.RAITAI4 - 1111t '.19; R.r.1.8201 —l4l
20,000 for - : a . tdariang
Capital. , •
Subscription Books open only until this number
is 'disposed bf.
Subscription Price $2 Per Share,
PAR VALUE, $5. CAPITAL, $500,000. 100,000
This Corapariy owns in Pee sitaple (162) One Nun
&tad and Sixty taro acres of Oil !Min ing Territory in
Vestanao anh Indiana, CountiesAupon which there is
already a good prbilhattriatrell. I
More developements WM le ;tirade after the reserve
of 20,000 shares is taken.
Feeparticulara and circulars Lil'dh Mr. SAMUEL
W. WRAY, at the Philadelphia trranatttOffice, (No. 3
Forrest place,) 128 1 ,4 South irotaTir StreA.
December 21, 1804. •
NOTICR is hereby given thit hfesers. WAGNan &
BOWMAN, Dentists, in the °rough or, Lebanon,
dissolved partnership on the lit t inst. The undersign
ed has removed his office to the Id place, in Cumber
land streak Al-at Lebanon. whre •bei kina,.catried,om
- Elio - baldness air tlielmstliglity 're;itad hopes that by
the same attention to business d carefulness in his
work which he - practieed hereto re, to receive a full
share of the public patronage. 1
, C. D. WAGNER.
Lebanon; March 15,1865. .1
TWENTY--FIRST ANN I STATEMENT
MIUTITA-Jr.: -.Pt , ..
- - INgUR-
NE ~ ,
AC '4'o3 PAINIE
OF , -
Sinking S . pring, Berksl County, for 1864
Balance in the 'Freadry,, t ientyiry Ist, 1864, $1.579 12
Premiums and fees tth' firstr i ante, 1,950 83
Amusements Nos. 10,1 1; ind 1 .4 ' 424 92
Assessment No.lB, in Tlrkg. to.. $6,7 8 3 73
Do do - Lebanon " '4,005 19
Do do Lehigh :" . . 051 85
Do . do Schuyik '. 69 47
Do do Lanese " 82 18 ... .
, 9 , 792 42
Total reeeipte ' . $13,747 29
Manager.' and Committies'lo.o, -. . $165 85
Postage; Stationary. &c. ; , 17 63
Making Collectors' ListeV.: , :t 1 ... . - 24 00
Refunded to 11. Mull, in So mere case, 404
Doors for closet, - - 4 _ Th .,. ~ - . '7 .
,* . f
Advertising & printingifeed., $126'.52
Do Lena arie • - 29 50
• Do Lehigh - ' _4.50
U. S. Tax, ' ' - ' ' •15 27
Treasurer's salary, ' t .'' , •50 00
President's fees ,0n.388 Pelielflitt; ....- ' ' 23 06
Do appointing Corenttetens, &O. -9 46
Auditors' fees for 1863.
Secretary's salary, A.Mull„. ' • 33 33
Do do C. Kessler, 62 50
, „,,,, 95 83
Secretary's fees on. 48 Klicrictf A.571i1l 19 20
Do do 321 pelotas, C. Kydl4r 128 , 44 _
.. ~, ----- - . 147 60
Filling out 212 imllclesit 12% efents,„_ . 36 50
Agent.' fees on 244pol:6101, 2 6 u it, 7 :6 2 • 60
Do 82 policies, Mester, .32 80
Do 26 policies, Schools, .42 46 , 4 .„
Locate sr Pnue, iu Berta county : • ,„
Cyrus Ruth '0 'RP
Albert J. Brumbach 3i009 00
John Fortran. in Lebanon cOnati," - Bloom
thsorge Spayd do -, 4 00
J. W. 3, kipin g er,do t 00.
Joseph Moyer,do " 1,035 00
Jacob Bachman- do 20,00
Nathan °utast ,in Lehigh county , 40 00 4 „ "
The undeisims ad Anditera ,appointed to eiamine
the accounts of the Officers oithe, Mutual F ire Insur
ance Company of Finking Spring, Berke, county, do
report that we have carets:l73f examined the same,
correct and find them rect as above stated.,
• ANDREW BURR, 1 A."
February, 1865 . JOUR VAN 'REMO'
BOARD OF *ANAGERS
Presatio-40uN "SAN REED, Spring, Reading
Treasurer—Lints Intnenti , Gelding .
secr e t aT y.. 7 .oh tAßlA , jr,fspric., 'Reading.
, bratlges.,-.4ndrow !Arr. Dothet P. 0.; George K.
lileeitdasiEkilb, =john temp Kutztown, P.O.
8 41110.1 . - ,:&tE.*, , ,Girtoratle, P. O.; E li as Filbert.,
It oniels t
pt ."; 'Solomon Yoter, ManwtawiirP L ..° P.O.
Elias Obohl, Lower Bern P. o.;.Daniel Lorahirtead
ing, P. 0..; all residing,in J3erkse,ojnitk., Pyriutiseb9olB,
Jonestown P. 01. Lebanon County, ;. : Jr,obert ~Affatia.
Cornwall. P. 0., • Labium .connV.; Jacob Orbs, (Li;
bler nonityi) •
March 16 '
,1885.-3 t. CHARTAIS 871811 . Bee*
PU LIC SALE
peribg . at promperty.
F. G STICUTLR & CO
Witiee 4 Vi4r, i*ilson7*.
REC P S
t - • 12,2n8,61.
Baiance in Treasury, Jail. 11 4 18 E4 _1,508.58
!' .. .,... 7 -, . A..
..... ,-cr t• .
a, 4 ,„„
POWER OF KINNEM
• " i toM,-hertr!" said a father to his
boy, speaking in tones of authority.
Abe lad was-at play. He looked to
ward his father, but did 'not leave his
"Do you g heter me, sir?" spoke the
father, more sternly 'than at first.—
With an unhappy face 'and reluctant
step the boy left his play and ap
proached his parent.
"Why. do you creep along at a.
sntiil'el pace r said the, father, angri
ly. 'Come„, quickly,. I want you-;
when I speak, I like „to. be obeyed in
stantly. Here,,take. this note to Air.
' Sialtli;htitOsee yd,ri- don't go to,
tficep'lly , "the: way.,, Now run as fast
'yea, ,enp go."`Th e
,hoy too'k,th e
note ; there wag .a elbud upon his
brow. He Mciyea 'onward, but at - a.
slow pace. - .
"You, ,Tom 1. is that doing as I or.'
tiered ? Is that going 'quieh . ly:?"
called the , father, when ho:kraw 'the
boy creeping away. "If you are not
back in half an hour .I tviiNihnidh
you." But the words 'had 'little ef
fect. The boy's feelings
.. ytire hurt
by the unkindness of the i pareat; he
,sense of injustice, a
consciousness that wt•ong had been
lorte'hini,...:By nature he was like his
.proud and stubborn ; and
these `iivalitie'a . 4f, i his, 'kind were a
„he - Indulged in them fears
"I never saw such a boy," said the
father, speakineto'n friend who had
observed the occurrence. "My words
scarcely make an impression on him.
"Kind words often prove most pow
erful," said the friend. The father
looked surprised. , "Kind words,"
continued the friend, "are like the
gentle rain and the refreshing dews ;
but harsh words bend and break like
the angry tempest. The first devel
op and strengthen good affections,
while the others sweep over the heart
in devastation, and 'mar and deform
all they touch. Try him with kind
words, they will prove a hundred fold
The parent seemed hurt by the re
proof, but it left him thoughtful. An
'hour passed away ere his boy return
ed. At times during his absence he
was angry at the delay ; but the
words of remonstrance were in his
ears and he ,resolved to obey them.
Vtt 1 , 10 the lad-eatne slowfx .. -in, with
h. cloiii y, cotp - teoarrep Ar ria ,li4fickt&
the *esait of - his errand. Having
stayed-far beyond his time be looked
'for punishment, and was prepared to
'receive it with an angry defiance.—
To his surprise, after delivering, the
message he had brought, his father,
instead of angry reproof and punish
ment,iii'd !kindly : "Very 911, my
son, you can go out to play 'again."
The boy went out, but wan nontlia-p
-py. He had disobeyed and disoblig
ed his father, and 'the thought 'of ehtB
troubled him. Harsh
clouded his mind not aroused aepirit
of reckless anger. Instead of joining
his companions, he went and sat
down, by himself, grieving over his
act of, disobedience. While ,he thus
1110 e heard his name called.
hom* rtfy'son," said his father,
kindly. The boy sprang to his feet
and was soon beside his parent.
"Did you call father ?"
"I did, m y son. Will you take this
package to Mr. Long for me ?"'
There was' no hesitatioh in. • the
boy's,manner ;.he looked much pleas
ed at the thought of‘doing his fathr
a service, and reached thit his ha F ird
for the package. On i•ecci'vtng it be
bounded away with a lif#lit eitep.
"There is power in Ititidnetie, "'said
the father, as he sat tatieing after the
lad's departure.' .A.ti'd eyen . While be
sat musing over the incident, the boy
came back with - cheerful, happy
face, and said. Oan Ido anythi'n'g
else for you, father?"
"Yes, there Is a power in itindnees.
be terrtpest of passion can only sato.
due, constrain and break ;but in love
and tinilannislbe're is the power of
the summer rain, the delv, and the
luny at our yolftrik readers heave
rend the'rei t iytale of Blue Beard,
yinthrzed with the young
wife who was to lose her head for her
curie - shy, While the death of the old
fellow biinself has always given in•
tense delight. Few, however, are
aware that there 'Wks 'a personage
who bore this title, and the anniver
sary, of whose death occurs to-day,
but so it is. His name was Giles de
Sekrueor De Retz, better
known as Marshal Retz, and he Was
born in the year 1396. lie was a
soldier, and feughtin3everal battles,
'p f articularly ~ undit 'join bf Arc,ln
1420, having served as one of he'r
captains. In 1423 he led an expekli
tion - against the 1482
he Was the richest, subject in ranee,
anti 'fhis kninense fortune was fife
caifse'i,Jf his ruin. He plafrgsla Into
disafFatiot, which soon diminilhed
his waltetf,, and he sold one estate af
ter theP i ther to keep up hitteklfeidi
tare. a guard of honor of
two 'fiancrytie 'and fifty horsemen, and
his suite `conlisted of numerous chap
lain's, Chi:Akers, ' most of whom
We're Weconit.lice's his arts of liber
tinism. His chapel Vat 'hung with
cloth of gold, and his 'nlikplains bore
the 'tide 9f dean, chapl . k . aiehdeacon
and biShop. Ile wish sent it, dePuty
to the 'RIO to get :13ermissioo fop's
crops be horn,slisinre Pray
ing rot thinid life
1,617 00 . .
$ ,747 29
Wll - 0 - 11 'NO. 822
lb • but
attention to a 9 otpz,failed in
turning thiVilvr, inefol to gob). He
then liticarrie o ftbsorbed in magic, and
made It'h4ll(ptict with satan to gip
everyttitig except his life and,
for bounilpis wealth. He now tiegan
to immoliatt): children, who, having'
been ra il!it-yictims of his iniquity, in
various , ityS were finally put to
Ileath w an i r their. blood and. hearts
used asOlirma in diabolicafrighte.—
Agents - of - his were 'thared to persuade
poor peasanis mho, had beautiful chi 1-
drew to ent,rostlfiem to the , care of
the marshal for their advancement in
life, butlfiley Were never seen after
wards,iiA,inquiries were endeavor
ed to bePpiiled by threats or bribery.
At length pin . matter caMe"under the
notice df lthOduthorities, and Betz
was-sirWstdB in 1440, it first he de--
flied all ineWleilgeof the affair, but
being threat i eriett with torture, he
disclosed' al FahOn i
t t, "a q 6 'Vs:lodges
were horror. stripke ri ,at Pi e *linen e.
arid atrocious recital. The young
victims ranged irom 8 tcilB years old
`hut what they endured before death
cannot be printed. The bodies used
to be burned, but remains were found
'tit two places, inlet', indioateg 126
victims. He was tiled and con,clPion
ed to be strangled, whiel was carried
into effect December 22, 144,„ ,He
became remembered as "Bao e'peu,”
or Bluebeard, from his beard having
'been so colored. It became a nxii,e,
Of terror even in England, foi- :after
the committal of the Duke of 4 . u.tyok ,
to the tower in the year of H s en,ry
VI, we read that the act so diskieas
ed the people that they assembled
together in great tootp?.p),ea, and
that chose a captain by 'flaikie,'hut
their leaders were 'soon apprehended
and no harm ocarrre'd. - who Blue
beard so familiar to childrtn was
written by Perrautt, in the time of
Louis XIV. .
THE "BERNERITREET HOAX."
The maddest of Theodore Hook's
tricks was that lefi&'" ti *as the “Ber
tiers Street Hoax," which happened
in 1809,•as .folleliit•: Walking down
Berners street 'bile day, Hook's-et:ail
panion (probtibly "Matthews,) Called
his - attention to a partieufar neat and
modest house, the residence—as we
inferred - from the door-plate--of some
decent shopkeeper's widow.
lay you a guinea," said Theodore,
"that in one week that nice quiet
dwelling shall be the most famous in
all London." The bet was taken,
and in the course of -four or five days
Hood ha& Writtenand_ posted one
"tAllusiiiid letters airne.'king Orders to
rtradesiiieli Of every sort within the
bills of inortality,'all to be executed
on one particular day and. as nearly
as possible at one fixed hour. From
"wagons of coals and potatoes, to
books, prints, ices, feathers, 'jellies,
and cranberry tarts," nothing in any
way available 'to any human being
but was commanded froth scores of
rival dealers, scattered all over the
city from Wapping to Lambeth, fro
White chapel to Paddington. It can
`only be feebly imagined what the
crash and jam ancetumnlt of that day
:Hook had - provided _himself
with a dodging nearly opposite- the
fated house, mere with a, couple of
treaty allies he Watched the progress
of the melodrama. The-mayor and
his chaplain arrived-- . lnVited there
to take the death bed care: aion of a
peculating common counCtitatt.—
There also came the Governor of the
Bank, the Chairman of the-East In
dia Company, the Lord Chief Justice,
and the -Prime Minister—above all,
there Caine his Grace the Archbishop
.of Canterberry, and His Royal High- ,
k fieilstheCommaiihdr-in-Chief. These
01',elbeyed the, for every
phiti - s‘and . patiii6fite, feeling had been
most inevingly, riPpealed to.
They cattle 'not 'all reach Berners
street, ho*e - ver—the avenue leading
to it being jefnmed up by the drays,
I cars and carriages all pressing on to
the solitary widow's house; be, cer
tainly the Duke of York's military
punctuality -aud crimson liveries
'broaght hinrto the point .of attack
before the poor iv -omen's astonish.
tient lia& risen to .terror: and despair.
Most fierce Were "tliC ., , grovVri,ngs of
teachers of every kind,
male and female, hair a tOSSES, tailont,
popular 'preachers, Parliamentary
iplailanthropists, had been all alike
-victimized. !There -was •an
smashing of 'klass i. china,barpsiefitirds
coach panels. 3faiiYA,,horse fell-nev
er to rise again. Be& barrels and
wine barrels were overturned and
exhanited itirptin'ity amidst the
press 'cif ' - '6Bantlesa prtilt i udes. 4. ,dt
was. a great i eby for Ipickpiiesets;
and a ret4 to Ilk° newspa
pers. 'Pen arose_• many 'fc7ent
bitelnd'ery for the' detection 6 . f the
wholes - ale deceiver, a w l,. destroyer.—
Though in 11.66 k's 'own theatrical
world he was instantly suspected, no
sign escaped either him.or his confi
dants. He found it..:copvenient to be
laid up a week or tivo by a severe fit
. of illness, and then promoted recon
maleseence by a week's cog4rTiOirt.
He revisited 'Orford, andln-ofe*sed
an intention'efsAaOtijfilk, leis ,YCV
denee there. .3?;ut 'the Wtor,ra bieW
- ,Wer - and Hook returnee ; With trap
'quility to Me green-room.
Seit-Turata is apparent trouble brew.
log . hi the West. According to the
C'hichio Post, the new Republican
Goiarnn'y'of Illinois kicks,against the
draft. It says that Gen. Rayne has
gone'to Vicshington to see about the
quota.,pf,lllin'aia, • and to, convey to
'Old Abe Govern O t r:Ogi " W s pious de
'alarat'io that he'll be Illinois
fnrobittei a d—d man best._-
has right to • '
C t . 1 4 ,thrrtisStt:
A FAMILOAP,Wr R 01 WO COUNTRY,,
IS PRINTED 4 1 4 ,„ NE pUBHIMD WEEKLY,
ET . .wm ..MA - LIN,
li iti —..
2d Story of Funek's New Radius, Cumberlanl St
At ,Q,N 1,7)51. Nutyifty Cents a : Xsis t r- ..
sorAiiisratiuesslisintlertedat.the usual-rates. ;SS
AItiVIIANDBILLS Printed ateurbours notice.
•.4.BIVES OF POSTAGE.
_ _ _. , •
In Lebanon Coniifp, yeetesesiree • - y '
In Pennsylvania, out of Lebanon county 6 cent* pet
quarter,or 20 cents a year. .• • • •
Out of this State, 6 1 / 2 ' eta. per quartesior 26 cts. a year
it the postage is not paid in advance, rates are double
I , 4,4 t • * 4 1
Ttli/Et 19y9ly.socg acquired the wor,bil
blvtr, tor the beautiful sitriplicity
itsvOrdEi ? iatTY, flowing, and ei
'pressivp,, melody, has lately received
an additional impetus to its millei
ity by the following incileirt 'Said to
have occurred in MaryAncl..,.
A small sel,ect"bcluiPiny bad aaietlk
bled in a,'pleasant parlor, and welt
gayly .cbatgag and laughing, when
tall young man entered, whose peep
liar face and air instantly arrested
attention. He was very pale, with
that clear ' vivid corn lesion wbio
dark. haired coasui#pgvA atten
have. isais kekekilink as jab
and hang profuse , upon t a,Ait4re w hi l te
npljar, ilis eyes. were large and IrnF.
itual, am' his browl .such h one - as,
poet should bave. But for a certain
wandering "'look, a casual observer
would have proneuneed him a mail:
Qt tlq'rectliinion intelld,4:taLlAciiiters,,--
The words "poor.follow,' how;4 0 .0:
looks," wolf,' hb i e rpllntia,,t(l3. he camp
tomard, bowed to,thei lqmpany, anti
took his seat. Que. br,t,wo thought.
less girls laugh .d as they whispema
that he was llixe-cracked," but the
-rest treated hiin with respectful dit
it was late in the evening whop
singing was proposed, and.t9ask,him
to . sing "Annie Laarie:', WAS a task of
ilheom,mon delicacy. One soiiigaftsr
another was sung, and at jasAtbis pra)
was named. At its mention the
young man grew deadly pale but did
not speak; lie seemed to be instaatty
lost in reverie. l 4 „
,"The name of the girl who treated
him so badly was Annie," said a lady
whispering ,to a_ new guest—"oh I I
wish be would-sing it, nobody else
can do it justibe."
"No one dares 'Bl4 cfk.n .
before ysa, Charjes," said an eldvsty
lady; "would it be too much to as
you to favor the company with it !"
she added, timidly.
He did not reply fora momepteittils
lips quivereTit jitpq ? - then
g 'up '4:B if a'avi,a Wiritual
enee,'begah., ;Every sound was
hushed—itseemed as if his vgiqp
were the voice Pf„ ap angel. The
tones vibrated through isarve, pulse
and heart, and made one stifxer. with
the pathos of his'feelhfo; never was
.heard melody in human voice like
thatz—so plaintive, so soulful, so tat
tier and earnest. ,$
He sat, with his head throivstVaek„:,
his eyes half closed-- 14.13 of his
dark hair glisteninvagaingt .Ais, pale
temples, his baqsAghtlyfoldea be
fore bira - : and, as lie sang tbi:Migh the
following stanzas Tie seemed to shake
from head to foot with.hedrtTendiali
emotion : .
Maxwelton's banks arelony, •
4 Where ently felts the dew:;
And 'twas there that Annie Laurle
Gave me her promise true—
Gaye me her promise true,
Which.nev erforgot twill be,
But for betinsy;ll4RiflilWorie
I'd lay me down and dee. • -
• ,• •
.Her 14row 1 is like the snow-drifi,
Her throat is like the, swan,
I ller features are the ; fairest
That e'er. Ott Bun. abona - on—
Thlit e'er iglin sun shone on,
And dark blue is her e'e,
And for bony Annie, Laurie
I'd liy`me down - and den. -
Like dew on Hie gowan Iping
Is the fa'o' her fairy feet ;
And like winds in summer sighing
Her voice is low and sweet
Hervoice is low and sweet,
And she's :Lithe world to ni6,
lind for bonny Annie Laurie
I'd lay me dawn and dee*
"A.:13 - lie proceeded , fronvling tO,
and verse to verse, there was no more
jesting among the enmpanyall was
hiB66 4 l lO3 TrW Ihe - tiiloneek 0 1 4, death.
any a.lip trembled, and, but - few
eyes but were wet with tears of-spon
taneous pity had 'Compassion.
When finishing the Tits; verse
made a slight pause, gazed with_`
searching, longing , expression about
the room, gitgpeilloyth
I'd lay me down and dice.;_
And slowly droOPed
ward over the chair. The , black
locks seemed to grow blackef,' thp
white temples whiter, and the white
lustrs inyss 'class With in
expressible and torturing,anguish.
There was a long and solemn 'palms:
Oueslanced at another—, all seemed
the, rady who had
urged him to singliiinl ' li;e„bliid gent
ly upon his shoulder, saying•
"'Charles ! Charles !" •
Then dame a'hush, a thrill. of hl'r :
ror crept thiougb every, framel
poor tried heart had ceased io
Charles - , Ike love-betrayed; was
THE STRASSBLIRG CLOCK'.
, .., ,
The priest aud military,hoo retir
ed and I am now pitting in say chair:,
facing the gigantic „ cloak—from the
bottom to the top not less ,tha,n,oria
hundred feet, and about tbirtY:feel
Wide and fifteen 'de*. - S.' rolmlute
r• , .. - ,-..
are RI arrly . str'avers,, wattant to ;at9
the working of this c14:0. a
the hour of noon. Everx uu pou
the ;dock. It now wants five minutes
to twelve. The clock has struck and
Life people 'are, gone, except .. tkfvw
whom the sexton or bead,man, Wit 6
a wand and sword; is conducting
ropnd th, ctuildlug - i , t ..,, .„ ~ -
T i tle clock 'har,s;s4),ck 4i . tivit ! FA I L ":
1 114 e dial is Paine twenb . rjevt from
the flooron each :We is 'a cherub
or a little boy, with a mallet, and
over the dial is a small be l, the cyer;
ub on the 101'st:races the rsttlar:Ki.
and that on. ,the, right
..`t . :!c rpecull
quarter....*ine: tftS7 tact 'above 'tlie
dial, in a lat2l3 ;. n r ictie, is a huge fig:
of. Tinie, a bpII in bis left and 4 scyChe
in his Tight 14.nd. , ,, In front stands A
figure oral : Ping an with a millet:,
wEollerilies t i tle thiid quarter oii ite