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of rubbish and bricks. Nothing re
mained but the tall spectre looking
chimneys. 'no .noble looking trees
that shaded . the Streets, the flower
gardens that graced them, were blast
ed and withered by fire. The streets
were full of rubbish, broken furniture
and groups of erouning, desponding.,
weeping, helpless women and chil
The park , and lunatic asylum, as
affording the greatest chance of safe
ty, were crowded with these )111-ser
atile outcasts. in one place I saw
a lady richly dressed, with three
pretty little children clinging to her.
She was sitting on a• mattress, while
round her were strewn some rich
paintings, works of art and virtue.—.
It was a picture of hopeless misery
surrounded by the trappings of refin
ed taste and wealth. General Sher
man ordered six hundred hoad of cat
tle and -some stores to be left for the
nuns - and the destitute.
General Grant has .gradually clos
ed his lines around 'Petersburg. The
Confederates haVe ;abandoned their
works defending tihe .Soutside rail
road, and all those east and west of.
Petersburg. They stilt hold the in
ner line defending the city. The
fighting has boon continuous since
Wednesday, and at half-past, four. on.
Sunday afternoon was still•raging.
The Federal espedition against the
Southside railroad is commanded by
Generals Meade and Grant in person.
The expedition is .sixty thousand
strong, and was ordered to start on,
Wednesday last. Two divisions of
the Twenty fourth .eorps, from the
north bank of the James; crossed the
river on Tuesday and' were sent to
Hatcher's run to occupy the Federal
entrenchments. On Tuesday night
these troops held the wOrks and the
Second and Fifth corps - lay in• the
rear of them prepaied foi; the move
ment next morning.
Along the Boydton.and White•Oalg
roads, the Confederates 'Aim% a „for
midable line of -works parallel with
and ddending 413+3 •Sokitheid.o:
"V D'NESDAY, XPItIL 5, .1365. I road.
'WHEN DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES OUSE TO LEAD, WE CEASE
.to , EVUOS% :"
WX. M. BRESLIN, Editor and Proprietor
Richmond 'being now taken
and the 'rebel army put to flight, we
trust ;that peace may speedily dawn
upon our distracted conntry; We
'hope that all the good news we have
just been receiving in avalanches,
may not prove, as too often hereto
fore,then mere shadows of successes
and the preludes to further Drafts
and slaughters. Teats of thousands
of good and brave 'hearts are again
sleeping the long &cep, or mutilated
for life. The sacrifice is great—may
good be derived from it; and if it
should be the last clash of arms in
mortal strife, we shall shout with the
loudest, be gay with the gayest.—
Richmond is ours. Will peace also
- be ours.
(ltF - The Philatielphia (Abo
-lition,) we observe is very jubilant
over 'the probability that it was the
negro troops who 'took Richmond.-
7.N.Tot a word for the white soldiers.
.1361 - Our losses in the battle of the
25th ult., before Petersburg, accord
ing to the statement officially made
by Gen. Grant ainounted to 2080. in
killed, wounded and missing. Gen.
Stir en. Robert Anderson will
raise, on the 14th of this month, on
the ruins of Fort Sumter, the same
flag he was compelled to lower on the
same day four years ago.
"In Bradford county, in this State, themurn.
ber to be drawn for the present draft in 4, - 602,
including 100 per cent, additional, while the,en
tire enrollment only foots up 4,090 names.—
Wnere is the deficienoy to come from ?"—Ex
xte.. From Democratic counties, of
course, where the enrollments are
honestly made. Bradford is very
"lope—having given "Old Abe"
4000 majority. The enrollment is
done on the same principle as the In
come returns are made—Democratic
districts returning twice as much as
Republican.- Berke, for instance, re
turned last year, .$88,58.3, w bile "loy
al" Lancaster returned only $41,234,
Is anybody fool enough to believe
that Bradford has only 4,090 persons
liable to enrollment? It, is only an
other evidence that the - "loyalty"
prefer to speak for the war. They
don't like .fighting.
Stir-The N. Y. Tribune .N 31116 upon
the President to offer terms to the
rebels, and Forney's Press copies the
call—leaded. Are these - ".loyalists"
getting .a surfeit of blood, or is it
merely because .they are already
gorged with spoils'? -
Stir Th e amend►itory't►rs law pass
ed by the last Congress; reduced the
duty five per cent on foreign jewelry,
and gew-gave, which is for the bene
fit of the rich ; while it increased the
taxes on segars to such an extent as
to prevent many a poor man and "wo
man, who made a precarious living,
by making and selling them, from
following the business. The princi
pies of the opposition party were al.
ways in favor of clis!"piminating in
favor of the rich, but latterly they
not only' do that, but oppress the
See" The "colored people" oflihode
Island have nominated Edward Har
ris, of Woonsocket, as their candi
date for Governor. Hope be may be
&r One of the most necessary ap
pendages of a New York bounty,
brokerage bureau is a fictitious moth
cr, being a woman apt at disguising
herself, and ready to express and cer
tify her consent to the enlistment of
any number of minor sons. Col.
Baker's investigations found several
estimable ladies following this• pro
fession; and making about 8100 a day
();:r Gold on Monday 1.44:
IN FRONT OF PETERSBURG.
5 Days Fighting.
12,000 PRISONE VR I D ND 50 GUNS OAP-
seems , w•ell with us."
Granes'objeet .was io capture these.
works. • The Fifth corps had a severe
contest on the-Quaker road and lost,
four hundred men. .It,..Sheeeeded in
beating back the Confederate advanee
however. On Wednesday.night rain
fell in - torrents, and the Confeder
ates availed themselves of- the storm
to get their troops into poSition, and
to feel the Federal lines tin front of
On Thursday the rain..continued.
The Federal troops made -no attack.
'They fay .in camp all day... The ,Con
federates 'brought up reinforcements;
strengthened their works, and as
sumed the offensive. On Friday
morning before daylight, they con
centrated a strong force in front of
the Fifth corps on the Federal left.
The Fifth corps was attached, and,
after stubborn fighting, was driven
.back a mile. At noon it was on the
Boydton road. Grant sent iarge
•bod ies of troops from the Second corps
to reinforce the Fifth, and' the Con;
federates were driven back to their
line of works on. White Oak road.--
.On Friday night they were in their
works, and the Federal line was a
gain advanced to the .position occu
pied- by it on Thulrsday..r:The bat
tles of Friday were bloody, and re
sulted in the ClnfederateCatill hold.
ing the works along the - ., 1134dt0n
and White Ohk roads. :There. had
been no serious attack made' against
these works, and at no point were
the Federal troops Within . five-miles
'of the , Southaide railroad. , • The •loss
of the Fifth corps in Friday'S battle
___vancei rem fin.
widdie Court Houle and Warren's
Fifth corps was moved some distance
westward •so as , to suppert.the caval
ry. The line Of attack along the
Quaker road was abandoned. The
ed in penetrating between the Con
federate - main body and three .bri-
Odes of infantry, that were some
distance to the westward. The brit
tle raged with great fury: The Sec
ond corps was not engaged and in
the afternoon it was reported that
Sheridan had captured the three bri
gades with ,their trains. Still the
Confederates held their works and
coald not be driven out of them.
On Sunday the contest'. was - again
renewed. To assist the attack, UII
the Federal line in front of Peters
burg, and the Appomattox, and on
the north side of' the. James, :was or
dered to. advance. At noon it was
reported that the troops in front of
petersburg had penetrated the Con
federate lines and captured of
their works. Along the.BCikdton and
White Oak roads, riowever, the Con
federate line was still unbroken--
Sheridan moved to the eastlard a
gain, and the entire Federal line—the
cavalry, the Fifth and Second corm
---turned to the eastward, arid moved
towards Petersburg. 'A short dis
tance West of Petersburg, the Sixth
corps succeeded in breaking through
the Confederate lino and reached . the
Southside • railroad. The troops at
once began destroying it. The Fed
eral lines gradually closed. around
Petersburg, pushing the---Oonfeder
ates before them. At halfrustloar
on - Sunday afternoon the,.-line had
moved up and extended from the Ap-.
pomattox river, three miles west - of
Petersburg, around to the Appipmat
tax east of.the city. The Cenfoder
ates abandoned all their works, east
and west of the city, and held only
the forts immediately in front of the
town. General Grant states that he
has captured fifty cannon and twelve
RICHMOND E OUP
PETERSBURG IS EVACUATED
On Monday morning at haif•paet
8 o'clock, Gen. Weitzol entered and
occupied Richmond, the rebel Capital.
The enemy left in great haste and
many guns were captured. The citY
was immediately discovered to boon
fire, the rebels having applied the
torch themselves before they left.—
Lee and his army escaped in the di-
rection of Danville, and Grannie re
ported in pursuit to out off the .re-
treating foe, if possible.
Sheridan fought Loegstreet on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
and finally put him to ritiute, captur
ing 4000 prisoners, 20 eaunQs, .'his
wagon train. ; & o.
Our losses are said to be ten to
12,000 while that of the enemy is
said to be 20,000 to 25,000. Gen.
Potter of our army is Mortally wound
The President is (town with ‘Grant
and ,probably today in Richmond.
DEMOCRACY WILL _FINALLY RULE.
The "loyal" Lebanon Courier is
scolding the N. Y. Post, Philadelphia
Press, and other papers "with Demo
cratic antecedents," for intimating
that the Democratic party, "by cast
ing off same of the viler of ite mod
ern leaders may be able, in time, a•
gain to command power, and once
more rule the destinies of the nation:"
These "intimations" sorely displease
the "Total" Courier, which 'insists
" . .It will not do to tell as certdln Imen are re
sponsible for perverting the principles of the
Democratic party, for the party was worse than
How a "party" could' exist—much
less become "worse without a
"membership" we.are not informed,
but it don't much mittdr, fa - the
writer evidently didnlClnow any
more, about what he was writinglhad
he does' abont the piin - Cipless ..0f the
party he untlertoOk - twvilify and elan.
der. Atter siome.cif the issue!' gross
Abolition abuse of lames Buchanan
name Franklin Pierce; 'it :nil stated
that— _ ,
'•With these crimes.. -then, 'upon its history,
why ihould any ghod IleaTha talevive the
'Democratic organization Wliere ..is tbere•a
pool with waters of sufficient v irtues in which
the stains. can be washed front - its garments ?
If-there is an unpardonable sin it has committed
It maybe sufficient_anSwer to this
immaculate 'loyal" writer. to .state
that the Abolition "pool'! has had "vir
'tues" sufficient to wash - out all the
"stains" that ever polluted it. All
the "papsuckers," ."leeches," "cor
morants," "shysters," and scoundrels.
of every shade and degree, - have na 7
turarly gravitated to, or eon pur
chased by, the Abolition leaders, so
that the Democratic party stands out
now shorn of its parasites and cleans
ed from the impurities which along
series of successes and domination
had thrown around 'it. The Aboli
tion party is now feeding and feast
ing those sloughed excrescences of
Democracy; in addition to, the thou
sands of its own villainous parasites
Who are fattening on the publfewealth
and growing rich upon the woes of
It -certainly requires a +large amount
of presumption 'to enable 'a writer
with the history of the past four
years of Abolition misrule before him
—stained as they have been with not
only fraud and corruption unexam
pled, but rendered everlastingly igno
minious with wrongs and persecu
tions of Northern freemen—to write
of the "crimes" of Democracy. To
presumption or ignorance alone can
be attributed the allusion to Demo
cratic "crimes," while the record of a
single week of Abolition rule devel
ops more real crime than the whole
series of years of Dernocratic admin
istration.. The "crimes" of Detnoc•
perienees; they grow 4 ‘white.as Wool.
Truly if 'national robbery and hu
milation continue for a .little while
longer, will the Democratic party a
gain command power, and once more
rule the destinies of the nation ?"
Patriot & Union. • •
Fur the Adrettiaer.
Ma. EDITOR.—The late Bounty law
passed by our Legislature empowers
the School Directors or other au
thorities of every district to levy for
Bounty purposes a tax of two per
cent on real property per annum. It
therefore follows that as we have
districts that have for the late draft
levied a tax of two and - some more
than that percentage on real proper.
ty, so that in the event there be an.
other draft, which is not improbable,
within the present year itkere can be
no tax assessed on real estate for that
purpose, and consequently those,
drafted will have -to go or furnish
substitutes themselves. It is, impor
tant, I conceive, that this informa-
tion should be made known through
the columns of the LEBANON AliirEß
vsEn so that the people of the - County
may regulate themselves accordingly
in case the unwelcome news-should
come sooner or later, that another
draft is ordered. Also please publish
the following from the Harrisburg
Patriot * Union, of Saturday.
THE NEW BOUNTY LAW.—AS it is
possible that the present draft may
not be the last,nothwithstandin.g the
military situation would seem 4o in
dicate a. speedy, termination of: the
war, it may not be amiss- to refer to
the provisions of the bounty law pass
ed. by the teat Legislature, in order
to ascertain distinctly what our citi
zens may or may not do to make the
pressare as light as possible. The
law empowers the school directors or
other authorities of any township,
ward, or borough, to pay not exceed
ing $4OO bounty to all enlisted men,
the tax to be levied as' directed
the law of last year. in relation to
persons subject to draft., the present
law provides that, in addition to the
tax of $2O per capita ; aliens between
the ages of twenty and forty-five to
pay the same. Not more than twa
per cent. per annum can be collected
for bounty purposes on the valuation
of property. The law authorizes the
local authorities to pay a bounty of
not over $4OO to drafted men, or to
their families, in such sums and at
such times as they—the local authori
ties—may determine, leaving them
at liberty to exercise a wise discre
tion in the matter. The law is not
compulsory--the authorities may or
may not pay bounties—and if they
determine to pay they mayfix the
sum at $4O, or any other amount not
exceeding $4OO. As, under the a
mended conscription law, men must
be credited to the districts in which
they are enrolled; each district is at
liberty to act in the matter of boun
ty 'as it pleases, without any danger
of being interfered with by, higher
bounties - in other d istricts.- These
seem to be the main features Of the
act, and, bearing them in rnind,(our
ward, borough, and township authori
ties will have a clear chart by which
to steer in the future.
IsrA.A.N INTERVIEW WITH EX•PRESI—
DENT BUCHANA N.—C.
Rig., editor of the Old Guard, thus
descrites an interview recently had
by him' with Ex-President Buchan
"We lately had the pleasure' of
spending a portion of an afternoon.
with the venerable Ex. President,
James Buchanan, at, his borne. at
"Wheatland." -At the. age of 'B4
years .he enjoyment of good
health, with his -faculties .unabated,,
and his spirits apparently as fresh
and joyous - as when we last saw him,
the night before he sailed for Eng
land as minister, to 'the - Court of St.
James, twelve years age. We have
met no man that evinces a profotiatl
er interdstin the affairs of oar coun
try than Mr. Buchanan, 'anti none
who is more perfeetly posted in all
, the political movernenwof . the day.
`.Even „the local polities-of the various
states seem to lie, - - as in charts, be.
fore his mind. To those who are de
spondent of the ultimate - redemption
df 'our country from the' abolition
spoilers, a visit to. "Wheatland" will
- prove a great relief. Mr. Buchanan
entertains no doulit ?f..*!ffi„final..,tri
-rimpli of the Dernoentet- and of the
-consequent salvation of our Country;;
and he gives such
faith, as will go far. to remove the
doubts of the - most desponding. ,For
our own-part we have never feared
for the ultimate triumph of truth
and liberty, • nor doubted the over•
throw and punishment of Lincoln
and the partizans i-n his despotism.—
But we know of many who do doubt
—a visit to Wheatland would go Tar
to fdassure thee). Mr. R3 d ehanan
has Prepared a documentary history
of the latter part of his
don, which Will , be published the
coming summer. It will. 'thoroughly
explode the *hole arsenal of lies
which has supplied powder for the
Republican party for four years, by
the publication ,of documents, figures
which will not and cannot. be disputed.
'Such a history is most timely.. ilt
will do much to unmask the _ hypoc
"risy and crime of the despots in pow
er and to save our country. .
Sir It has lately been 'ascertained
that eighteen frit nds•and relatives 'if
Mr. Lincoln lave received , the excht
priVilege fr©m the Administration
to purchase and .get Qui from the
South 760,000 bales of cotton, 40,00 . 0
boxes of tobacco, .1.9;,000...barre1s of
rosin, . 35,000 .barrels of turpen tine,
23,000 barrels. sf .tar pitch, and
2,000,000 feet - oflumber: . All of these
eighteen men '"support gie govern
ment" by howling for 'a % "vigorous
prosecution of the,war ani# . no com
promise 3" and this, together with
coak myalty" of the modern
Otr "Loyalty" :covers a ;multitude
of sins for the "loyaraholition party.
They can steal to their heart's con
tent, if they only. shout in .aeoordance
with the abolition _ichatechism.. Sen
ators not only get 'drank as Vice
Presidents, but they steal with a non
chalance that is really, refresibing,
even at a; period when we are being
used to, as well as 'sick and tired of,
recording thefts Jy - "iloyar officials.
We will'howevor record a feW. - trifling
peccadillos Cin the part of United .
States Senators. When . Congress ad
journed, a few weeks ago, Senator
;Sherman ;drew from the • Treasury
$530 40 to pay his fare to Mansfield,
Ohio, when any ordinary traveler
could get there for $25, not taking
into ttecoufit that Senators'generally
travel on free passes. Johnson, a
member of the House, who, lives in
the same town:, manages to.get there
fur sl4o—s9o less than Shertnan.—
Now, is'nt Johnson "smart s ," or .has
Sherman, as well as Johnson, 'cheated
Jim Lane lives in Lawrence, Kan
sas, and swears it cost him $2,160 to
Washington, while the representa
tive from the same town travois over
the route for $1,273. (He probably
boarded himself.) Senator Pomeroy
livps about. fifty .mileS noar Wash'.
ingttm than Lane., bat it . -costs him
exactly as much to get ~there as the
latter. So he swears. Senator Dob
little lives in Racine, Wisconsin. It
costs him alsd $2,160 to get to Wash.
,He must have traveled,also
in Lane'it. company. It costs Grimes
and Harlan about as much. These
facts-are copied from the records and
when, the seeker after information in
regard to the present enormous cost, of
traveling applied for a second batch of
items at the Treasury office, (Harlan
Secretary !) he was informed that
Senators' accounts were private !
W" A member of the New York
Assembly sent up the following reso
lution one day lust week : "1 solved
That the Clerke,of this haus furninb
a soppy of webstors una bridgged
Dictionnary to each membar." Let
them have the dictionary.
Mr. Lincoln was not worth $5OOO
on the day of his inauguration. He
now confesses to be worth $5,000,000.
kirTHE First National Bank of
Attica, N. Y. failed fast week. Cause
r.lx New 'York people pay $25
to any person 'WM) will tell them
where there are aportlnepta'!to let."
A new ' •
M. D. Conway, the abolitiou
ist of Massachusetts, and editor Of
the Tioston Commdnwealth, comes out
in favor of the recognition of 'the
Southern Confederacy. He argues
that negro slavery is out of the way,
and there is thereforo, no'pretext for
continuing the war. As for the
Union, he never regarded it as any
thing but a bond of iniquity, and does
not considor its preservation worth
fighting for. Strange to say, the
Tribune and other journals of that
class do not shout "traitor" at their
abolition friend; "A folk* feeling
makes us won drous
RETIRING SENATORS.-=:ThO CETNIS Of
the fQllowiug State .Sepators expired
at the eloseeof the iftte session :
2 Jacob R. Ridgway, Reps, Thiradelphia.
4 George Connell, Rep., Philadelphia.
11 William J. Torrell, Itep; ri
12 J. B. Starli,Tionc., Lucerne.
13 S. F. Wilson, Rap., Tioga. .
IS George D. Becher, Dem., Cumberland.
19 William MlSherry, Dem., Adams.
22 Thomas St. Clair, Rep., Indiana.
23 William A. Wallace, Dew., Clearfield.
25 3. L. Graham, Rep., Allegheny..
27 C. lirCandiess, Rep., Butler..
The Sentite now stands 14.,Demo
crate to 19 Abolitionists. Of the re
tiring Senators, 4 are Democrats and
7 Abolitionists—leaving 40 Demo
crats, and 12 Abolitionists holding
Over. - •
A R !ST Dt t O Th
. Otir - _SG Af.
N. Y. Tribune publishes the letter of
a-soldiees , wifato her 4kusband - in the
Army orthe Sames,:in which she tells
him his two children,• for the want of
bread at home, have•been taken from
her by the county poormaster to the
poor house. The cause of their pov
erty was the fact that the husband
had not been paid for six months.—
Con treat this poor woman's Condition
with that of thousands of contra
bands who are fed And clothed at
Government expense, and are Com
fortably installed in Arlington and
other farms and villages around
Washington city. . '
us, A terrible disaster has visited
the City of Port au Prince, the Capi-•
tol of Hayti. O n the 28th of Februa
ry last, at the close of the carnival,
there was to have . been a performance
lin the evening at the theatre; but,
In lighting the lamps, through some
carelessness, the scenery caught fire.
The building was soon destroyed, and
the flames spread from house to house,
until four hundred houses were de
stroyed, involvinga loss of forty or
fifty millions of Hatytian dollars; and
depriving hundreds of persons of
their thomes. The fire, though laSt
ing only Six. hours,'. destroyed Ale
.business part e'file
There were only a few
. fire. engines,
and such a scarcity of axes that hard
ly anything could be done to arrest
the progress of the fl ames. The Gov
ernment is. taking measures tOjassist
the sufferers; and:a general subscrip
tion has been 'opened for their benefit.
ger A number of negroes from
Wheeling, Va., attacked Bridgeport,
ear The •correspondent of th 9 Phil
adelphia Press, in front of Richmiind,
says the rebels are aoiirg a ruShing
business in recruiting negroes,.*Abent
twenty thousand are already assenr
bled at Camp Lee, near Richmond,
and the number is constantly increas
ing. Twenty-two 'regiments
process of flormation which
crating the rebels greatly.
Stir Faom an inspection of,theatrat
ford register, it is foundTfkat: Shake
spear's widow subsequently married
a shoemaker of the town, named
Otr An abolitionist in Boston calls
his newly born son, "'Constitutional'
Amendment." The boy ought to be
an amendment of the father.
I MPH KAROLE.,itreaeurer, In account
t) with Lebanon Borough, from March 21, 1864,
to March 14, 1865. DR.
To cavil received from
P. Bauer, collector for
1863, in full
To cash received from
P. Bauer, collector for
To cash received from
Market noose and Curb
To cash received from
To cash--received front •
To cash received from
To cash received from
A. S. Ely, fines - ,
5o each received for
To cash received for
loan Union Fire Company, 1250 00
March 14, 1865,
Etywash pad sundry perverts on orders 6stered
as follows, to wit:
G. Walter, for counterfeit
Bill, $ 19 00
W. C. Faber, Blacksmith
. work, 3, 95
John Sowers, blacksmith
work, 11 25
A. S Ely, qualifying officers, 1 .50
J. L. Letuberger, matehes, 1 00
A. B. Embieb, jarring
election notices, I 50
Copy of Special Act of As
Ely, A Bauer, expenae ton
,muster roll, •
C. W. Queen, Farragoes in
Peter Fauber, sand,
J. T. Young, gas burner,
J. A. D. Garman, record
D. M. ,
Harmony, Hardware, 11 94
Eadden A Co., dark lanterns 250
H. Siegrist, entering Liens, 1 50
R. McCaully, removing
curb stones, 2 25
P. Hale, Hauling, 2 20
G. /toss, matches, oil, Am., 14 16
Book lc Ladder Company, 100 00
Looser .4 Son, lanterns, Ac 28 50
A.'Grittinger, ground rent,
on 11. F. Co. stamps, Ac., 24 72
Lebanon Voile,. Bank,
loan for 1863, 200 96
Lebanan Valley Bank,
loan, for 1864, -
Janitor of the Perseveance
Fire Company, 1863,
D. M. Rarroany, do coal,
A. Rise, Treaaurer for Jan
itor per fire company, /864, ' 10 00 •
Jos. L. Lupberger, on,Jko., 25.00 00
C. Henry, Treasurer of U.
Zimmerman A, Gasser, la
bor 11. Fire Compiny,
D. ht. Ramming; coal for
-E. Fire Company,
:Janitor's sallary, sire
William Shirk,ititerest ,
Coupon Bond, interest for
Coupon Bonii interest, for
Mrs. licusey, land damage,
'Costs on same,
3. A. Huber, damages
H. T. Rochold, do
J. C. llagerty, do
Cost on seine,
0. Karel, painting Market
Krick A Groff, pump do
C. K. Snavely, abed do
John Good, do do
John H. Moore, do do
Peter Hauer, clerk °fin*.
Krick A Groff, labor,
J. A D. Walter, labor and
A.. Gerhard, painting,
J. T. Young, gas fixtures,
D. M. Karmany, hardware
J. Swartz; pump,
Daniel Weaver, blacksmith
'Lebanon Gas Company,
B. It. Wheat, police,
Jos. Shantz, do
Henry Shiik, 130
Geo. W. Shay, do
J. H. Bressler station hewn)
Longacre A tlable, lumber,
A. Gerhard, painting,
Wm. M. Breslin, printing,
3. T. Young A Co., do
IL K. - Hartman , do
Werth as Rainothl, do
John H. Sowers, do
G. Bergner, St. Commis'r.
Itainoehl4it Melly, lumber
Geo. Bergner, lumber for
G. Bergner, lumber for
Geo. Bergner, lumber, for
Bailroa4 Bonds and interest paid
Loan to Union Fire Company mortgage
John Dukes, High cotee,Chantag
John Parkes, Bigh Con'e, cleaning
market house, 2 years SO
John Darker. High Con's, Burry. .
John Darkes, High Con's, Yearly, ,
salary a 'hog*
- BOUNTY vAr OUTSTANDING.
Peter Matter, collec,ol, d-Sicierrey
and agleam-, t o be detected ,
The 'above aooetrut. on], includes •
the first cell, the 'feat call rif"800-
133008 not included mite than '
the personal substitutes.
The Borough liabilities for the het
- call fat 40 recruits at $3OO 00
each paid by loan for the Banks
bereafter.beciaming due_ $12,000 -ss
We the undersigned auditors , appointed by the Bar
ongh Council of the Borough of Lebakon, county of
Lebanon, Pa ~(10 certify, that in pursuance of the lith
section o I the Act, relating to the pa) moat of Boun
ties to volunteers, approved the IS L -day of March,
18f4. ce met in the Court Mouse on the 20th day of
March. A. D., IMBS, and d d audit and ad,lost the stave
accounts as required by Law, to the best of our sOdg
ment and ability and we dad in the bands of Joseph
Harsh, Tressurvr of said B-rcugh, the sum of $l3BO 90.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands,
this 1 th day of March. 1965
AMI N. 19ICRBABT, }Auditors.
Lebanon,Rarel AS 41
$ -580 a
Rollo I polio
OPEN His BANK'
frO invest a large Capitli iiiGroteries and Provisions,
Dillerfs old Stand
Lebanon, Pa, ~
HE wifl keep all kinds of Dried Fruits, (444erted and
domestic.) also Peas, BOEHM Barley, Rice, Farina, Corn
Stsrcb, Rise Flows. Prunes, (Arran% Beaches, (holed
and canned,) also canned Tomatoes. - Tomato Ketchup,
Sauces. I. imberger's, Englieh and Green'eheese, de.
All kinds of Groceries, such as Molasses, Sugars, Cof
fees, Fish, (tilt and Pickled,) fiardiries. Rolland Her
ring, together with a general variety of all articles
kept in a first class Grocery Store.
*1- He solicits the patronage of the public, assur
ing his customers that his goods will always be of the
first quality, and will be disposed of at a reasonable
isaret 2liza.cl arcHOcb
Ofall kinds and quantities. Dome and - INVEST IN
THIS BANK!. It will pay The purchaSer. •
Sifir- REMEMBER DILLER'S 06D 'STAND, next
door to Beery do Reinoehl'estore,-
8.--Market prices will be paid in cash for country
Wheeler & Wilsonlss
rrtllE Subscriber would respectfully I nform her
1 friends, and the public in general, that she has, In
connection With her kIif.LIDIERY business, taken the
Wheeler & Wils-oes unsurpassed Dou
ble-Lock-Stich Sewing Machines,
which have taken the premium at the Great London
Fair, and at hundreds of other Fairs. It is adapted
for all kinds of Family Sewing and Tailorlng„ Three
different numbers of the Machine will always be kept
on hand, which can be examined at her store,
will give InstfuOtions in the manner or using it.
The Millinery Business, in all its branches, will be
continued at her Store, in Cumberho d street.
Mae. HARRIET L. SELTZER.
anon July 20 11161.-3 re.
1700 00 $2305 62
NOTICE Is hereby given that Messrs. WAGNER &
BOWMAN, Dentists, in the borough of 'Lebanon
dissolved partnership.on the Ilth lust. The undersign
ed hiss removed his office to thttold place, in Cumber
land street, .Bost Lebanon, where he bee carried on
the business for the p toted years, and hopes that by
th e same attention.(.:;Hess and carefulness ih his
work which he print .heretofore, to receive full
share ofthe public . °Login
Henry Cs "Tittinger, BUreeyees
salary 30 tO
C P. Miller,Solicit , r's salary Is6B 55 00
Peter Bauer, Di tributing Appeal
Appeal c nunittee -4.00
Isaac 13offer , Surveyor, for 2 pears In 50
A. Gritticger,Ohief Burgeas ' 10 tO
Tellies Reins4hl, a N., Asaistaut.
Burgess 10 00
Michael hensor, ,Conneihragn ,YO 00
P h Weimer,Countilman ,1 00
V lteinhat d, Councilmen
Jubn Gerhard, Councilman
Jose' 4 Sharno.Councilman
D g Miller, Clerk, calculating ap
pear notices, and 2 Dapllcatea Mr 00
S Miller, Clerk's salary, -24 00
Jos Ketch, Treasurer's salary • it) 00
Balance dee Treasurer March 21, 1461,,
Peter II amter,Collector for 1864, de-
Mend T. C.llllllid,ioDE and a
betemeut lo.bo deducted
3 Bar& of Will am Shirk 841 20
1 Rand of D Seifert
R it Bunda t master:ding
Union lairs Company, mortgage $125) . 00
We the subsorib re. am-Waited by the Cou ed. to
audit and a'l tat the Borough account of mosey -re.
by Joseph Kareb. Etq , Tranenier of iss`d
ougii, MR the amount pain try him, do report
that we have examined sa -accent t And compared
'the same with the v.uehers thereof anditril. the bal
loons, in favnr of said Mounter, of Bights , n hnndrtd
-and eighty six delhirs. and sixteen writs, ($lBB6 16 )
ADAM. GBITTINGER, Chief Bursess.
Attest: V. 'll Mitten, Meth.
To cash received frrm P Ilene-, collecter Vii.27l 90
Tomah received 'lrma Temporary loan yf7.£sl OD
BY OABII PAID FOR rEnsoltAr, 3311fif1Tits
JO Hager 00 00
4 W Rillinger 800 00,1
T T Worth . 300 00
D M Barman), 3OO 00
T Hoffman 800 tO
43 D Gioninsair, !800 00
Daniel Weaver 300 00
Daniel Orrbrich,estity Tyr:starer, eittriltrittuty 393 00
John W KiiiDiger,txpeaaes to see
after nedi'S of recruits 100 00
Diecountsun money ican COI 00
Treasurer, for 80 recttits, at V3OO 00 each 24,000 00
A Orittinger, drawing bond., alnk•
4ng loans ant' paying recruits
Balance In the Treasury, March 14,1864
I 0 00
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—Wzoraa's BALSAM OP WILD Cason—it affords me
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NEW STOCK SOLD AT LOW FIGURES!
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G. L. ATKINS,
market street, Lebanon; Pit.
LEBANON OIL MINING
NORTH LEBANON, PENNSYLVANIA.
Philadelphia Tranefei Office,
No. 3 Forrest Place,),
123} SOITTII FOURTH -§IRRET.
HENRY LIGHT, - 'Lebanon, Pa
TREASURER, ' SECRETARY.
ABRAHAM SHIRR. D. S. LONG
20,000 blares reserved for , a working
_ - -
Subscription Books open on!y until this number
• ia dieposad'of.
Subscription Price $2 Per Share,
PAR VALUE; SA. CAPITAL, 1500,000. MAO
This Company owns in fee simple (162) One Hun
dred and Sixty two acres of 011 Mining Territory in
Venango and Indiana Counties, upon wh lob there is
already .a good producing well.
More developments will be made after the reserve
•of 20,000 shares Is taken.
For particulars and circular, call on Mr. FAXON',
W. WHAM, at the Philadelphia Transfer Office, (No. 3
Forrest place,) 12331 South FOURTH Street.
December 21, 1864.
122 TTREREAS, the lion. JOHN J. PEARSON, Esq.
President of the several Courts of Coinmon Pleas
in the district composed.of the counties of Leainon and
Dauphin, and Judge of the Courts of Oyer and Termi.
liter and general Jail Delivery, for the trial of capital
and all other offences in said counties;. the Judge of the
General Court of Quarter Sessions of the. Peace and
General Jail Delivery, in the county of Lebanon; and .
WILLIAM RANK 4118 THOMAS KRAMER, Estirs., Judges of
the General Courts of Quarter Sessions, of the Courts
of Oyer and Terminer, General Peace and Jail Deliv
ery, for the trial of capital and other offences. in said
county of Lebanon—through their precepts to me di
meted the 2d day of January, A. D., 1865, to hold a
Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery,
and a Wirt of Quarter Sessions of the Peace in Leba
non for the county of Lebanon, on the
Third Monday of April , next ,
which will be the 17th day of said month, to continue
Notice is therefore hereby given, to the Coroner, the
Justices of the Peace, and to Constables within the
county of Lebanon, to appear in their own persons,
with their rolls, resognisances, inquisitions, examina
tions and other documents, and present the same to the
Prosecuting Attorney at least ten days before the meet
ng of the Court, conformably to the provisions of the
Act ef Assembly, passed at the late session of the Leg-
Mixture. Also, all those who intend to prosecute Pile'
onera which now arc or then may be in the Jail ef Leb
anon county, sill have then and there, to appear, OM
the 311 Monday of APRIL to proceed against
them as then may liajwit.
Given under my hand, in the borough of Lebanon,
the 15th day of March, in the year of our Lord, On
thousand-eight hundred and sixty-live.
DAVID 1 3 , mArrismw. Nitrify
'Sheriff's Office, Lebaninti.ffiaridi - 22, 1865 i /
0. B. WAGNIOt.
The Rev. Jacob Sochlte'ts
HAVOVEIt t re., Feb 16,1859.
FOR. SALE ,BY
3. P. DINSMORE, No. 491 Broadway, New York.
S. W. POW LB & CO,. Proprietors, Boston.
And by al Druggists.
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qty Years' Experieliee
Ilse fully established the superiority of
Over all other healing 'preparations
. S.AVLE BY
J. P. DINSMORE, N 0.491 Broadway Now York.
S. W. FOWLS & CO., No. 18 Tremont Sr., Boston
And by all Druggiata..
June 22, 1864.—1 y now.
Poor Nan's J Cash
ALL W92?lf WARRANTED