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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 6 1865.
There was quite a lively time
among the Republicans in this borough,
last week, to carry the delegate elections.
There were two parties of them, the
Court House Clique and the anti-Clique.
The anties carried the day in both wards.
A boy, about 16 years of age,
named Adam Heck, son of Benneville
Heck, of East Hanover, driving a mule
team on the canal for Mr. A. Light, of
North Lebanon, was kicked on the fore
head by one of the animals last week, in
the neighborhood of Wilkesbarre, on the
West Branch. He was brought to this
place; to 'Kuhnle's Hotel, where he is re
ceiving medical attendance and kindly
care, with a prospect of speedy recovery.
The Session of the Normal Class
in Lebanon, closed on Friday last. The
number in attendance was sixty-three.
The first Prize, (for Spelling,) was award
ed to Ezra Grumbine, of Fredericksburg;
the second, (for Mental Arithmatic,) to
John A. Robb, of North Annville ; the
third, (for Progress in Grammar,) to
Margaret Snavely, of Cornwall. Certi
ficates for "Superior Attainments" were
given also to Mary L. Raybuck of Wash
ington co. and to Sainuel Grumbine, Pe
ter Duper, Enoch Light, Jacob Berg
ner, and John H. L. Bicksler, of this co.
Found, a Lady's Hair Plat. The
owner can: obtain it by applying at this
We are indebted to John L. Mil
ler, of Mll!creek, for as ,fine a bunch of
sweet Grapes, as can be grown.
Major JOHN FRITZ, of the 93c1 P.
V., received a day or two ago a. Com
mission from the War Department at
Washington, appointing him Brevet. Lieut.
Colonel "for gallant and meritorious ser
vices at the storming of Petersburg, April
NEW Fall arrival of Hats, Boots,
As good Stock as is made in Lebanon, or any
other place. It bears examination. Decidedly
the Cheapest in town. We will not be under
sold; we feet confident that we can give satisfac
tion to our customers. Call and examine our
Stock before purchasing elsewhere,—in C. Hen
ry's New Building, opposite the Eagle Hotel, one
door west of Hauer &Capp's Tobacco Store, Cum
berland St., Lebanon., Pa. WINTON * SHEEN.
The Republican Convention of
this county, met in secret, in one of the
Jury rooms, in the Court House, on Mon
day, and nominated the following
Assembly, Capt. Jueob B. Melly, of East Hue
_ Treasurer, Capt. Wm. Tice, of Jackson.
District Attorney, John Denson, Esq., of Leb
Commissioner, Adam Heilman, of Bethel.
Direetor, Jacob Long, of South Aunville.
Auditor, Ephraim B. Sbuey, of Union.
Small Change, —Ex-aavern.or
POTRYEE, Director of the United States
Mint at Philadelphia, informs the public
that small coins are now plenty, and can
be had in any quantities, without delay,
in exchange for greenbacks. The de
nominations are one, two and three
cents. The coins will be sent to the
purchasers, by express, at the expense of
the United States. This will be the
means of withdrawing from circulation
three cent fractional currency, and even
tually also the five cent scrip.
The Mason Ir Hamlin Cabinet
Organs, forty different style!, adapted to sacred
and secular music, WsBo to MO each. TIIIR
TY•FIVE GOLD OR SILVER MEDALS, or
other first premiums awarded them. Illustrated
Catalogues free. Address, MASON! HAMLIN,
Boston, or MASON BROTHERS, New Yurk.
Sept. 6,1.865.—1 y.
We are glad to see that the Re
publicans of this county put several officers
on their ticket, but they might as well al
so have put on one or two privates.—
They talk a great deal of the soldiers for
the offices, but they always happen to
mean and select officers. We are cer
tain the privates deserve as well at the
hands of the people as they who had the
Col. AlLeman, of Dauphin_ coun
ty, has been nominated by the Dauphin
county soldiers as their candidate for the
Legislature, in opposition to the regular•
ly nominated Republican candidates.
The Democracy of Berks county
held their convention on Tuesday of last
week, and nominated the following
For - Representative, Frederick Horner, of
Bethel, Beaty B. Rhoadi, of Colehrookdale,
•John Mtssimer, of Reading ; For Sheriff, Tobins
Dario, of Reading ; For County Treasurer, Isaac
B, Fisher, of Reading ; For District Attorney,
*Wharton Morrie, of Reading ; Fur County Com
missioner, William S. Young, of Reading; For
Director of the Poor, George Lash, of Spring;
Fur County Auditor, John G. Gloss, of Wash
ington ; For County Surveyor, Daniel S. Zacha
rias, of Read log.
Flour—The market is very dull,
and prices are without any quotable change.—
About 600 bias told nt s9@9 25 for northwestern
family, end sio@io 50 per bbl for Pennsylva.
nia and Ohio do. The retailers and bakers are
buying in a small way at. From s7@7 75 for su
perane, SSW 75 fur extra ; $8 50010 50 for
extra f a tuity ; and $1.1@12 per bbl for fancy
brands ae to quality. Rye flour is selling in a
small way at $6 25 per bbl. Corn meal is dull
at $4 TS per bbl for Pennsylvae in.
Grain—Wheat continues dull and prices are
-weak and rather lower. Sales reacb about 6000
%us. Red at $2 10@2 16 for new, and $2 7.0@
2 25 for old Pennsylvania anti western ; the int
der rate for - amber . White is scarce an ti we here
'of no sales. Rye is selling in a small way at
$1 00@i. 10 per bus. Corn Is plenty; sales of
yellow are making at 98(4)90o ; 5,000 bus white
sold at 950 per bus, Oats are rather dull ; 3,000
bus sold at 530 afloat ; 600 bus prime barley
malt sold at $1 90 per bus.
CATTLE MARKET.—The offerings of Beef
Cattle were larger than for some time past, reach
ing 2400 bead, an increase of 600 over last week.
The market was dull at about previous quota
tions, buyers generally having the advantage.—
Prices ranged at 10013 e for common ; 14@15c
for fair to good, and 15i®16ic 3, tb for prime
and extra quality.
Cows were firm, and about 150 head sold at
the Avenue Yard, at from $3O to $6O each for
springers and $4O to $BO for cow and calf, as to
Bogs were in demand at full prices ; about
2000 head sold, mostly at Glass' Yard, at from
$l5 to $l7 the 100 Its net, an to condition.
Sheep—The receipts were large and prices
rather better ; 8000 head sold at 6}@7io 16 lb,
gross, for fat sheep; $3 50@4 50 each for stook
iSheop, and s4@B for lambs, as to condition.
At a regular stated meeting of
the Union Fire Company, held on Mon
day evening, September 4, 1865, the fol
lowing Officers were eleeted for the
ensuing six months, viz:—
President, Franklin Greth ; trice Presi
dent, George H. Spang ; Secretary,
Adam . McConnel ; Assistant Secretary,
Daniel P. Witmeyer ; Treasurer, Chris
tian Henry ; Chief Director, Jos. Shantz ;
Assistant Directors, L. S. Hollinger, Au
gustus Bower ; Chief Engineers; E. G.
Walther, John G. Aulen bach ; Assistant
Engineers, Wm: Beicher, Wm. Gasser ;
Janitor, Henry Geib ; House Committee,
Franklin Greth, Geo. H. Spang, Geo. W.
- $1 All
Although the Court house Clique
was defeated at the delegate elections in
this borough on Monday evening, it seems
that it accomplished its object in nomi
nating the ticket, thus showing that it is
still the power with the leaders, in the
county. The anti-cliquers got in one or
two candidates, because there was no op
position, and hence no contest aside from
that at the delegate elections.
Our Public Schools were re-open
ed on Monday, September 4th. After the
long vacation, teachers and pupils were
doubtless were glad to resume their duties.
The buildings formerly known
as Marshall College, and located at Men
cersburg, have been sold, by their own
ers, to Mercersburg Classis of the Ger
man Reformed church. The establish
ment of a high school t's ;contemplated.
At the residence of James Rog
ers, sr., in Hill street, may be seen and
purchased the Soldier's Certificate, which
contains many attractive features, among
which is the Goddess of Liberty, holding
in one hand the Stars and Stripes, and in
the other a sword, ready to maintain our
Standard in defiance of the world.
The Republican convention on
Monday, being held in secret, we can
not give the proceedings, but learn that
some of the ballotings were very close.—
For instance, for Treasurer Mr. Hoffman
had 16 votes and Mr. Tice 18. For the
Assembly there were also only a few
votes difference between Mr. Meily and
Mr. Abraham Sherk.
We also learn that a resolution was
unanimously adopted requesting the U.
S., Revenue officers in this county to re
sign in favor of soldiers. Of course all
these matters will appear in the official
proceedings if they are correct.
"SoLn."—The other day when
Bailey's circus was performing at Lewis
burg, the constable of that town arrested
Mr. Melville, who pesonated "Pete Jen
kins," when that Individual entered the
ring. The constable believed him to be
a real drunkard, and made the arrest to
prevent a disturbance ofthe performance!
The circus company had considerable
trouble to convince the officer that he
had arrested one of their own men while
in the performance of his duties as "Pete
A "Young RAT TERRIER. nearly
black, smooth hair, brown feet,brown spots over
the eyes, ears unelipped, and long pointed tail,
STAYED from the owner in this borough on
Friday last. A reward of $2 will be paid for
the return of the dog, or such information as will
lend to .h le .zeen very.. An ttl,, at th is °EPICS.-
A nomination now a days on
the Republican ticket in this county is so
very uncertain of being followed by an
election, that the convention on Monday
had the greatest trouble to induce some
of its nominees to accept. Such was par-
ticularly the case with the nominee for
District Attorney. He had peremptorily
declined, and it was only at the pressing
instance of some of the members of the
convention that he was finally induced to
accept. Other candidates for the same
office had withdrawn previous to the
meeting of the Convention.
CIRCUS COMING.--Gardner and
Hemming's Great American Circus will
give two _performances In this Borough,
on. Monday afternoon and evening, Sep
tember 11th. This Circus has visited
this place on former occasions, and from
its well known character has al ways com
manded success. It has of late added
great additions to its performances, and
is now one of the best and most respecta
ble Circusses traveling. We anticipate
considerable crowds wherever this com•
pany performs. Don't forget the day.—
See advertisement in another column.
Two persons, a man and a girl,
were killed at an Evangelical Camp-
Meeting, on Sunday a week, in Perry
county, by kicks from horses.
Persons visiting camp meeetings can
not be too careful of themselves when
passing through the woods, where horses
are tied, as may of the animals are vicious
and are liable to injure passers-by.
Rats Mice, Roaches, Bed Bugs - .
—All the popular Exterminators, "Costar's,"
"Burt's." "Glen twortb," "Hodgson's," "Hirner's
Union," and "Furo Arsenic," For Sale at Lem
berge ea Drug Store, Market iiiquare.
The Perseverance Engine & Hose
Co., of this borough having .an intention
to, purchase a new engine, are obliged to
erect a new engine•house, their present
building being entirely too small. It is
to be erected on a different site, as the
lot on which they are now located be-
longs to the "Seminary Property." Our
citizens will be waited upon by a com
mittee authorized to ccliect funds towards
this useful object, and it is to be hoped
every one will cheerfully respond. Con
tributions can also be left with the Trea
surer, Mr. ADAM RISE.
We learn that it is contemplat
ed to run a telegraph line along the turn
pike, from Harrisburg to Philadelphia.
Wrapping paper can now be bad
at the paper mill of Stine & Ross. tf.
No House-Keeper should b e
without a bottle of Spear 'a Patent Fruit Preserv
ing Solution. For sale at LEMBERGER'S Drug
Spear's Patent Fruit Preserving
Solution for sale at Lwainenuzu's Drug Store.
Spear's Patent Fruit Preserving
solution for sale at LEMISZELGER'S Drug Store.
No House-Keeper should be
without a bottle of Spear's Patent Fruit Preserv
ing Solution For sale at Leunanoen's Drug
Photographs.---J. Daily is turn
ing out very fine pictures at his new Gal
lery, opposite Siegrist's Hotel. All are
invited to call and see his specimens. *
lam' Miss Dissinger, U years of age, was
killed on Friday week, by being catight.by a revolving
shaft attached to a threshing machine She was a
child If Samuel Dissinger, receding a few miles below
Shrelloratown.in Lone sister county. Supposed to have
have been killed at the grit revolution et the shaft
Housekeepers look to your interest.
Preserve your fruits with Spear's Fruit
Preserving Solution, and save the ex•
pense of Sugar and Sealing Jars. It is
warranted to prevent decomposition, or
fermentation in all kinds of Fruit and
Vegetables, keeping them in a perfectly
fresh and wholesome condition for years.
It contains nothing that is injurious to
health, or objectionable in articles of diet.
Fruit preserved by it, requires neither
Sugar or Sealing . Jars ; old fashioned
glass or earthen jars, or even barrels can
Sold at Dr. George Ross' Drug
Store, opposite the Court Rouse, Leba
non, Pa. June 28.-2 m.
gilt dal gnitcs.
Remember it Ladies.
Remember that if you apply Radway 'a Ready
Relief to the spine or.baok-bone, rubbing it well
in, it will effect a surprising cure of many of the
peculiar complaints incident to your sex exclu
sively. In all kinds of weakening discharges,
in obstructions, retentions and prolapses, in bye
terics ; headaches ;
dm, you can find nothing to
equal the delightful effects of an application of
Radway's Ready_Relief. Rub three times adaj
the whole length of the spine, and rub it from
ten to twenty minutes on each occasion, and you
will be amazed at the result. At the first rub
bing all the agonizing pains often disappear.—
The second rubbing is certain to - make them sur
sender, and a few applicants readily convince
the most incredulous that the disorder is broken
up and must, depart. No lady,is subjeatto pains
in the small of the back, who suffers from weak
ness and lameness in the back or limbs, who is'
inflicted with any complaint of the kidneys or
bladder, who has a pain in the hips, who is
nervous, is troubled with neuralgia rheumatism,
lumbago, sciatia, should hesitate to rub. often
and'vigoursly with Radway's Ready Relief. The
sense of comfort it will at once produce will be
worth ten times over the amount expended for a
bottle, and the cure, which will be certain to-fol
low, cannot be estimated in value by dollars and
cents. Radway's Ready Relief is a blessing to
the afflicted. They should never be without it.
It is so cheap, so convenient, so easily applied,
so quick in giving relief, so- never-failing, as an
ultimate remedy, that it should be considered in
despensiblo ns a domestie remedy. Sold by drug
gists. Also by Dr. Rose, Lebanon.
Deaf -Blindness and
REATED with the utmost success, by Dr. J. Isaacs,
Oculist, and Aurist (formerly of Leyden, Reliant*
No. 519 Pine Street, y'hiladalpbia. Testimonials from
the most reliable sources in the City and Country can
be seen at his Office. The medical faculty are invited
to accompany their patients, as he has no Beasts in
his praetice. ARTIFICIAL EYES, inserted without
pain' No charge made:for examination.
February 8. 1868.
- AMES AND GENTLEMEN t if you wish to marry
you can do soby addressing me. I will send you,
'Without money-and witboat-prica,-valuable informa
tion, that will emtble you to-marry happily and speed.
Hy, irrelitlectivehf age, wealth or beauty. This infor
mation will cost you - nothing and if you wish to marry
I will cheerfully assist you. All letters strictly confi
dential. , The desired information sent by return mail,
and no reward asked. Please inclose postage or
stamped envelope, addressed to yourself. Address,
SARAH B. LAMBERT,
Oreenpoint, Rhsgs Co., N. Y.
May 24, 111.66.-3 m
CAUTION ERODI THE
AMERICAN WATCH CO.
It having come to onr knowledge that imitations of
the American Watch have been put upon the mar
ket in great number; calculated by their utter worth
lessness to injure the `reputation of our genuine pro
ducts, to protect our own interests and the public
from imposition , see again publish tbe trade marks
by which our Watches mar invaribly be known.
We manufacture four a ty les of Watches.
The Enter bas the name
"AMERICAN WAITE( CO., Waltham, Mass.'; en.
graved on the inside plate.
The &mewl has the name
The Tamp has the name
"P. P. B.ARTLETT, Waltham. Man.," engraved on
the inside plate
All the above styles have the name American Watch
Co.paiuted on the dial, and_ are warranted in every
The FOUIITEI has the name
"WM. ELLEItY, Boston, Mass.," engraved on the in
side plate., and is not named on the dial. -
All the above described watches unmade of various
sizes and are sold iu gold or silver-cases, as may be
It is hardly possible for us to accurately describe
the numerous Imitations to which we have alluded.
They are usually inscribed with names some nearly
approaching our Own as to escape the observation of
the unaccustomed buyer. Some are represented
as made by the "Union Watch Co., of Boston Mass.'
—no such company existing. Some are named the
"Soldier's Watch," to be sold as our Fourth or Wm.
Ellery style, usually known as the "Soldier's Watch "
Others are named the "Appleton Watch C 0.." others
the "P. S. Bartley," instead of oar P. S. Bartlett :"
besides many varieties named in such a manner as to
convey the idea that they are the veritable produc
tions of the American Watch Company.
We also caution the public, and particularly sol
diers, against buying certain artiles called *niches,
so freely advertised in illustrated prpere as "Army
Watches," "Officers' Watches," "Magic Time Obser
vers," "Arcane Watches," Ac., the prices of which
are starekto be front seven to sixteen dollars. A
good wit:akin these times, cannot be afforded for any
A little attention on the part of buyers will protect
them from gross imposition.
ROBBINS & APPLETON.
for the American Watch Co., .
1.F2 Broadway, Now York.
• DR - TOBIAS'
VENETIAN HORSE LINIMENT.
IN PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOLLAR,
cures lameness, cuts, galls, colic, Ise. Reed the
BosToN,ly 7th, 1860
Dn. TOBIAS : We have used for the past
year your Horse Liniment for lameness, kicks,
bruises, colic and outs, and in every instance
found it the beet article I ever tried in this circus
company. Please send six dozen, as it is the
only liniment we We cow. We have 108 horses,
some very valuable, and, do not want to leave
town without it. HYATT Fitt/ST.
Manager Van Amburgh gt Co's. Menagerie.
Sold by all druggists. Office 56 Cortlandt at.,
July 26, 1705,-lin.
The Southern people have given up all expee
tation of being recognized, and it is equally dif
whose heads of gray, yellow, white. brown, or
red hair, have
SURRENDERED THIER COLORS
under the wonder.working influence of
CHRISTODORD'S RAM DYE,
which plants permanently in their stead such
black and brown as nature might mistake for
her own. Manufactured by J. CHRISTODORO,
No. 6 Astor (louse, New York. Sold by drug
gists. Applied by all Hair-Dressers.
July 26, 1865.-Im.
The best Strengthening Plaster is the Por
ous,laster of Dr. Alleook.—They are warrant
ed keep good many'years, but may be return
ad for freEh plastars without any charge.
They will cure a Weakness of the Back, Pain
in the Side, a Lameness of the Knee or of the
Ankles, or Cold Feet, sooner and with more com
fort than any other application.
KNOXVILLE, Albany Co., Jan. 16, 1852.
Da. T. ALLCOCIK.—Dear Sir : Seventeen years
ago I was surely injured in my back. At length
I was induced to use your plasters. I wore one
constantly for six months, and did more bard
milk in those six months than in the proceeding
fifteen years. I have net worn a plaster for over
eighteen months, and have had no return of the
gnawing pain and weakness in my back, but
have been entirely well.
I am_your obedient servant,
JOHN G. ORARY.
Principal Agency, Brandreth House, New
York. Sold by all Dealers in Medicines.
July 28, 1865.—1 m.
A GENTLESILN cured of Nervous Debility,. Prema
j% ture Decay, and the effects of youth ful indiscre
tion, will be happy to furnish others with the means
of cure. (free of charge.) This.remedy is simple, safe
For full particulars, by return ma JOHN B. il, pleas OG e ad
60 Nassau Bt., New York.
June 14,1565.-3 m.
Blanks for Bounty and Invalid Pen
sion Claims just printed and for sale at the An-
• feted Weekly.
z, SEPT EMBER 6,1885.
!Eggs, It dos., 26
Butter, lb., 24
Tub or salted butter, 10
white Rags, 6
Mixed Rags, 3
ilex, 'ft lb., i 24
Bristles, 15., 40
Seathers,f lb., 6234
W001,.t lb., 40
Soup Beans, II qt., 8
Vinegar, Ts gal., 20
Extra Family, $lO /SO
Extra Floor, 9 50
Prime White Wheat, 220
New lied Wheat, 200
Clover-seed, 6 00 ,
Timothy-seed, 3 50
Flax-seed, 1 50
Dried Apples, pealed,2 50
Peach "Snits," 4 00
Peach "Maze's," 20 00
Cherries, 2 25
Potatoes, tiff bus, 100
Apple flutter, Vicrock, 70
~----# 4, ,
3 day morning in Salem's
—Ssrvices every Sunday
' eture on Wednesday eve
English service on next Si
ST • JOUN't3 REFORMED Cnum
Morning and Evening.
Next Sabbath morning in
Evening in the English II
german preaching next SUM
lish services at 534 P. 51
he German, and in the
t gunge, in the Fleet Re•
1 ay at 10 A. M., and Eng•
, n the Moravian Church
On the 31st ult., by Riv.B. W. Schmauk. Mr.
JOSEPH PEFFLY - to Miss CATHARINE BIXLER
both of N. Lebanon twp.. • .
On the 31st ult., by the Rey. P. W. Kremer, Mr.
JOHN ARMEL, to Miss tEMILINE CULLER, both of
Swatara twp, this county.
On the sth inst., by the same, Mr. HENRY L.
STELE,. of N. Annville,tollies PRANCES;;MIIIIN NEM
of Cornwall twp., this Cotuty.
Oa the 25th ult.. by AIR.' Mr. Glerhwt, Mr E. P.
KANE, of the 11. 8 Navy, to 11 ise MIS& 51, daughter
of Dr.. Barry, of .JoJestowo •
Oo the 17th tilt., by Re) ... l AD it•tAtuh, Mr. WEND
LINO FULMER, of Aotville, to Miss AMANDA
sauvc ERS of Palen, ra.
On the 22d ult, by thr Mite, Mr. TACOd B. BALS
BACK, of ErilLinneleto WI/. 11+ k phio county, to LEA A
BOMBE tO PAS ; f Lord ntie y, Lebanon Co.
• On the 27th ult , a' the Liu 3r naive; oy toe ite7.
Is. 8, I.:wary, Mr.-WI 1.L183.t, 11451/1.,5r to Hiatt MARY
LANTZ tutu of Annvilte.----
1 , SAMUEL BEIM, son
WOE,- aged 6 years , 6
beautiful . in life as
ho knew him. Xis
i g affliction. The eye
;ration a ,source- not
y because the unerring
as, loved him well,
ips of life began to
He took him away,
ry and the un Littera
prepared for such as
their Creator and
, on the 29th ult., AMA,
y NITIU.I7 Elt, aged
On the 27th ult. in . Lehen ,
of Richard and Maria F.
months and 22 days
So winning in manner,
,to endear himself to all
death was indeed a crushii
of faith sees in this dispe'
only oT comfort but of joy;
Father above, whose he 1
and ere the toils and berth
press heavily upon him,
home to the angels, the gl
ble happiness of the bettv ,
love and serve and trust
In North Lebanon Doram,
RAM, child of Danietand Mt
9 months, and 5 days.
Du the &I inst., in Jonestona, Mrs. MARY, widow
of Peter C. FREYLINWIAIIBi formerly county corn
mtesioner, nail about 70 year;
Os the 17th ult.. of cobra ption. in North Lebanon
township, MARY KREIDER, ged 52 years, 8 months
mid 2 drys.
thi the 27th tilt at Derry tatfon, ANT DONY KAlt.
NY, of k Ben ery, aged 781yeare .0 months and 13
H. T. BIBIGHAUS,
j'AFFICE: in Blichter's Building, Cumberland Siren,
ki` nearly opposite the Court House, Lebanon.
Lebanon,' • Sept. 6. 1865.—tf.
fIARE to the premises of the undersigned, in Corn
11_, wall township, at' the Plank road, about 2 miles
from Lebanon, about a week ago, a brown
COW, (since with Calt,) having an ear' ^
mark, and about 3 years old. The owner la
is a requested to come forward, prove RR)
property, pay charges, and take it awry, or it will be
disposed of according to law.
Guns Rifles, - Pistols.
lug subscriber would respectfully inform the pub
in the county, may be found at his es
tablishment, on Market street, a few
‘ 4 q 4 9 4 ,- does north of the Lebanon V. It. it.,
f ( A..if:L.,: Lebanon, Pa.
' Ile has just returned from the city,
with another Hee assortment of GUNS, RIFLES, PIS
TOLS, POWDIUt. CAPS,-.14c., to which the attention of
the sporting fraternity, as the Bowen is now here, is
,-All kinds of repairing done at the shortest possl- -
hle notice and in the best style of workmanship.
J. G. A OLEN RAM.
Lebanon, Sept. 6, 1865.
Orphans , Court Sale.
URSUANT to an order of the- Orphans' Court of
Lebanon County, will be exposed to sale by pub
Its voluble or outcry, at the Public house of henry
Siegriat, in the Borough of Lebanon, on
Saturday, Septeml?er 23, 1865,
The following Beal Estate, late of WILLIAM MUTCII,
dec'd viz i—A certain Brick one story HOUSE, and
half LOT OF OItOLIND.. with the uppnrta.
ini noes, situate in the Borough - of Lebanon,
rf :i a ttinted nod described its follows, viz:—Front-"
ing west on Market street, thirty three feet,
tiojoining lot of John Becker on the south, lot of Geo.
Strickler. on the North, and extending one hundred and
ninety eight feet back to Doe Alley, on the east.
Good title and pone:mien will be given on theist day
Sale to comiuence at 2 o'clock, P. M.,
will be made known by MARTHA MUTCU, -
By the Court :—S. W. Simms, Clerk. •
Lebanon, September 6,1865.
. Borough Property.
- UVILL be sold at Public Sale. at the public house
V V of David Hollinger, on
Saturday, September 30, 1865,
A. corner LOT OF GROUND, on Water street, north
side, half a square east from Salem's Lutheran church,
fronting 22 feet on -Water street, and 56 feet deep,
having erected thereon a new two story frame
HOUSE, with Kitchen attached, pig sty, Ate.
HI ALSO, with the above, A LOT OF GROUND
" back of and adjoining the above,. 33 feet by
43, fronting ou the alley. Thigh; a very nice and de
sirable property far a mechani., or laboring matt, eligi
bly located, and worthly the attention of persona de
siring a cheap home.
Possession and good title will be given on the let
rf April, 1866.
Salo to commence at 6 o'clock, I P. M.. when terms
will be wade known by (IWItGE ARNOLD.
Lebanon, Sept. 6 1865.
AvILL be sold at public bale, on
Friday ; September 22, 1865,
At the late residence of Christian Bricker, deed., in
North Lebanon township, in Pinegrove street, near
the borough, the following Personal Property, via :-
1 one horse WAGON, Sleigh,2' Ploughs, Ramose, 2
Saddles. I side Saddle, Chains Traces, bay and manure
Forks, Wheelbarrow, Windmill, Straw Bench. 3 Stoves,
(wood, coal and cook,) all as good as new, 4 BEDS and
Bedsteads, 4 Chests, 1 large CLOCK, Bureaus,.2 Tables,
Chairs, goo t as new, E.Ct yards of CARPET, gooti k po new
Kitebeti and Corner Cupboard, Tin, Earthen,'lron and
Queensware, Iron Kettle, Knives, Grin, Tubs, Stands,
Barrels, Scalding Trough, Meat Cutter, and a variety
of other Household and Kitchen Furniture. Also a
lot of CARPENTERS' TOOLS, such as Planes, Chisels,
Saws. Ax,s, Tree Saw ; also CORN and POTATOES,
lot of CHICKENS, lot of PINE BOARDS, and many
other al Coles,
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, M-;riben terms will
be made known by AARON BRICKER,
R. Munn, Auctioneer. Administrators
Sept A, 1865.
6000 AGENTS WANTED, to sell SIX NEW IN
VENTIONS, of great value to families ; all
pay, groat profits, Send 15 cents and get SO pages, or
28 cents and get 80 pages and sample gratis.
EPHRAIM BROWN, LoweS;Mass.
A MOST IMPORTANT DISCOVERY !
_lnteresting to Agents,. Farmers, and
VIT E are making a single machine which comb inCe
Y$ the beat and cheapest portable Wine and Cider
Press, the dryest Clothes Wringer, and the most pow.
erfnl lifting Jack in the world. It .is the only press
adapted to making Apple Champaign, which is now
regarded as one of the most important discoveries of
the age. A good agent wanted in every county, to
whom we will bold out such inducement, an to insure
$lOOO before Christmas. The first one making appli
cation from any comity shall have the exclusive
agency. Full particulars, germs, etc., by Circular.
Address HALL, AHED is CO.,
No. 65 Liberty St.. N. Y.
Cheaper than the Cheapest
Just received from Now York an Immense
And QUEENS WARE!, &c., at a Great
Reduction of Prices, at the
GOODYEAR 8i DIFFENBACH
Neil door to Adam Rise's flat Storo,
Cumberland Street, Lebanon, Pa.
All colors French Aterinoes, Very Cheap.
All colors all Wool Reps , Very Cheap.
All colors all Wool Detains, Very Cheap.
All colors Plain llobairs. Very Chedp.
DRESS. GOODS, ALL KINDS AND STYLES.
Splendid Delaine, 31 cents r yard.
Merrimack Calicoes, 30 cents a yard.
Full Madder Calico, 26 cents a yard .
Good Styles - Calico, at 20 cts. a yard.
1 yard wide best heavyiUnbleaelied Muslin, at 351-3
cte. a yard.
1 yard wide beavy Unbleached Muslin , at 30 eta a yard
7-8 yard wide Uubleach Muslin, at 20 ets._a yard
Unbleached Muslin, 16 do _
1 yard wide very beet bleached Muslin, 46 do
do boat Bleached Muslin, 42 do
do Bleached Muslin, 3734 do
Mooched Muslin, 25 A - 16 do
All colors of all Wool Flannels, at 3734, 45 and 50 do.
Jeans, Satinets, Cassimerea, Cloth, at
3 pounds very best RIO COFFEE
for 1 00.
8. pounds bright SUGAR for $1 00.
ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES CHEAP,
Call before purchasing elsewhere and see how
Cheap you can bay at
GOODYEAR & DIFEENBACH'S
Cheap Cash and Produce Store.
Lebanon, Sept. 6, 1565.
GREAT AMERICAN CIRCUS
GAIODNER, TrwAthrroTOS &CO -
DAN GARDNER, - - -
/ i 7*.
MAGNIFICENT BAND CHARIOT
Constructed expressly for the season at the cost of $OOOO
by Fielding Brothers, the celebrated Coach Builders of
New York City. The design of this chariot is of the
most uniquo and most elaborate description. The pre.
colors are gold, red and blue, and as it enters
town upon the morning of exhibition drawn b' 12 S'px.ate.
DID CHARGERS gaily comparisoned, a tout ensemble is
presented of Impossing richness and grandeur. THE
PAVILLION which is capable of seating 3000 spectators
is entirely lifer and was manufactured expressly for this
Season, at a cost of IMO° by Mr. Henry Dougherty of
South St., New York. The CARRIAGES, HARNESS, HAG.
CAGE VANS, PROPERTIES and APPOINTMENTS are beauti
ful in the extreme. The STUD of Hoes's, PONIES and
Minas are of the finest and best trained collection in the
world. The Troupe of Performers compose the Elite of
the Profession. Look at the Names.;
READ ! READ ! !
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
Prico to Suit the Times
GARDNEII 4a, HEMMING'S
The Management takes pleasure
in announcing that for the season
of 1861, they are enabled to pre
sent many new and startling nov
elties, among which may be na
med ; A
Troupe of Real Arabs
5 Male and Female
Of the" most extraordinary de
cription, foremost among which is
Z AR A,
The Beutiful Arab Girl,
THE ONLY FZNALE 'CONTORTION
IST LK THE WORLD, whose fens
are of so wonderful a character,
that they have been a theme of
conversation wherever she has
• A.,..- 7 .- 16 ) •
Passim Gyranssz. of the TnpUrn
The great original single Trapeze
Performer. This young Arabian
Gymnast, during his extraosdina.
ry Act, HANGS.BY THE NECK
on the Fragile Bar of the Trapeze
and while thus appended beats a
GRAND MARCH IMORr THE DRUM.
This Son of the Desert performs
many other new and startling
feats totally unlike anything ever
before seen in this country.
the Man of Strength.
the Female Gymnastic Wonder
• --stre - orner' fainters of the
troupe, who all apneas . in ifTry,
PYRAMIDS, DARIIVG LEAPS, &c.,
illustrating Gyronas-ics upon the
Great Desert of the Old World.
the People's Favorite Clown
Equestrian and Tight Roge Artist
Punster and Comic Vocalist.
the Celebrated Equestrian.
Signor De Louis,
the Best Gymnast of the Age.
the accomplished Madre
the Great American Tumbler.
Miss Eliza Gardner,
the Pride of the Arena
the Panted Parisian Equestri-
La Petit Camilla,
the Infant Prodigy.
the Pocket Clown.
Also Messrs. Dubois,
Nuda, Cooper, &c.,
together with numerous well Se
lected Auxiliaries The above
Talented Artists will appear at
each Exhibition, in conjunction
The Arab Troupe,
in every variety ofScarm RwzxG t
TRICK RIDING, GYMNASTIC and
ACROBATIC 'EXERCISES, TANN
MING, DANCING, SacGlrro, &c. •
or Grand Orchestra,
is compecod of many musical ce
lebrities, headed by the great
Maestro, FBI= BARTMIat.
The Grand Procession,
will be of the most elegant chit ,
eater, headed bir the Royal Band
Chariot, and wilt enter the town
between 0 and 10 o'clock, A. M.
Two Exhibions each day. Af
ternoon and Evening.
Deers Open at 2 and 7 P. M.
Performance to commence half
an hour later.
ADMISSION 50 and 25 CEN'IS
Don't forget the Day and Date, but
wait for the Big Show and She Real Troupe
of Arabs. Don't confound. this 7 ith any
other establishment. We der's? oompeti
Monday, s eptember 11, 165
Paper and Rag Store.
Charles Magarge di; Co,,
32 South 6th Street, Philadelphia.
FOR SALE—Printing, Writing, and all ;other kinds
of PAPER. Sutlers, Binders, and Bonnet Board*
also, Bags, and paper makers' mater lab.
Jul) 12, 1885.-3 m!
A. FRANK SELTZER : .
att or 32. 4) 3r at 31-1
OFFICE on Cumberland Street, one door east of the
LEBANON VALLEY BANK, with Daimler Boyer,
Esq. Lebanon, Aug. 30,1866. -Iy*.
TEM School Directors ofOornwall township will na y
n reward of $lO to any porson who will give infer.
Institut as to the person or persons who do any Will.
fut injury to the School Houses or other property of
the Metric t. By order of the Board.
JOSEPH G. HEILMAN, Prest.
CORIUM RISSER, Sect'y.
Cornwall, Aug. 30, 1805.
North Lebanon Township
WITH BOWS containing the Assessment of BOUNTY
TAX for NORTH LEBANON TOWNSIIU, for
1864, have been placed in theethanda of the undersign
ed for collection ; and against all owing such Macs,
and who do not settle the samo before the 12th of Sep
tember, proximo, snits will be instituted.
By order of the Board of School Directors.
SOLOMON SMITH, Justice of the Peace.
N. Lebanon Tp., Aug. 30, '65.
HOUSE AND LOT OF GROUND IN CORNWALL,
PUB subscriber offers at private sale his ROUSE
j and LOT OF GROUND, situate in Cornwall town
ship near the Toll Gate, on the old Lancaster road, one
fourth of a mile from Lebanon, adjoining
w property of R. W. Coleman's heirs and Mrs.
Marquart. The HOUSE is a two story frame,
weathor•boarded, good as new.
For further information apply to the undersigned
residing near Independence Corner.
Cornwall tp., Aug. 80,1865.—*
THE REBELLION IS ENDED,
Slavery is Dead.
The fetters are Struck from the Manacled
Limbs of four Millions of Slaves !!
rpr e i o ce n s se i r an oo c t e le o l f i : v l o l t b h e e e s n e r m e r u r e i d ou a t achievements,
L K .LAIMERMILCIES
Sky-Light and Well Furnished
r - AP car am.
and be is prepared to sell all kinds of DRY GOODS at
an unprecedented low price, and the people can be ac
contmodated with a countless variety of
Ladies' Dress Goods.
French Merino, all colors ;
Drown, Black, Fancy and 'Colored Silks ;
34 Black and 5-i Colored all Wool Delains ;
Bombazines and Lustros ;
A. full line of _Wu's Wear;
A full line of Black Cloth-;
A full line of Fancy Gaps ;
A full line of Vestings •
A full line of Boys' Wear ;
A full line of Balmoral Skirts ;
A full line of Duplex Eliptic do.;
A full line of Hoseries ;
A full line of Ladies' and Gents Gloves
A full line of Lock wood Paper Collars;
DOMESTIC I DOMESTIC ! !
Bed Ticking, and Furniture Cheeks;
Bleached and unbleached Muslims;
104 Shirting, Bleached and Unbleached ;
Gingham's, Calicoes, &c..
A full line of OROCERIES ;
A full line of MIJEENSWABB.
The public is invited to call and examine the large
and well selected stock of.DItY GOODS be fore purchas
- - IviANAGER.
L. K. LAUDER:IIII,CH.
Ail kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE, taken in ex
change for goods.
Lebanon, august 30, 1865.
TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS IN LEBANON
For Sehool Year, dune, 1865—June, 1866
12 TEAMERS.—The examination of Teachers for
the above District will take place at the Double
School house, ou Saturday, September 9, 1805.
JAOOI3 lIECKENDORN, President,
Jos, Dorm Secretary.
1 TEAMIERS —The examination of Teachers for
the above District will bike place at Jonestown,
on 'Saturday, September 16.1865.
NAPOLEON DEBIT, President.
WM :BERNEY Secretary.
Q TB AMER .—The examination of Teachers for the
0 above Dinirict will take place at Neumnnetown, on
Wedneacty, Sepiolite?. 20,1865 .
FILED. A. SOMILTZ , President.
Anon C. PrestSeerotary.
1 .T.E.A..o.l.lPata.—The examination
It.P the above District will take place at Schaeffere
tecvn on 77•terselast, September 21, 1865:
JEREMIAD STEIDOLETZ, President.
Danny B. TDA, Secretary.
TI AOLIEILS.—The examination of .Teachers for
the above District will take place at the Union
Forge, on Monday, 'September 25, ISGS
PETER K. 13 ASEEEOR E Z7e 7etary
1.0 'rEACLIERS.—The examination of Teachers for
the above District will take place at the Washing
ton School Ifetw: 3 on Wednesday,,Yententber 27, 1865.
DANIBL, IIIEASE, President.
Joss ll SHUET, Secretary.
T1L1.01 , 1111.9.—Th0 examination of Teachers Per
the above District will take place at Fredericks.
burg, ott Friday ; September 29, 1865.
GI D EON SLINOTTERLY,President
Isar +a LIG lIT, Secretary.
(1 TEACIIERS —The examination of Teachers for the
iJ Schools of the above District will take place at the
Lebanon Acetinny. on Saturday, September 80, 1865.
HENRY DO Presid en t.LlNEDT -
JOHN Surnka, Secretary.
I9TEAMIERS.—The examination of Teachers for
the Schools of the above District will take place,
at the Alyerstown Academy, on Saturday, October 7,
1565. ISRAEL ICE, President.
IiENIVZ KREMER, Secretary,
I —Oundidatos for liXaalluation will bolo attondanoo,
prthocrodiy, at -34 o'clock, A. 3..
I.l.—Apptlearata for schools will present themselves
fir examination in ti at district in which they propose
to teach. an•l ntt with for a private examination.
I, I —Tverbo. e holding Certificates of a farmer year
are rrqntatrd pre-ent them.
IV —o:irtificetns. to be legal, must have a five-cent
tin, Stamp efflani, which the Superintendent will
lurid - eh • To , trwr. will pease make the 033 go
V —No ‘i.rtiEeates will be granted that. do not aver.
ale 234 in the encomon Branches, including the Theory
of 1. that., in cramming up, amount to mote
t --A vplics:Lts uro requested to write out, before
the it:lw of rx- allow ion, th. following (Orations, with
tha tort c or., und pres3nt -hen, on the day of
exam insvion es els cimena of unravel:tip:-
1. Whet e •N • or nu me silo Pont Office address?
2. In what 3 - ate and County were you born?
3 How many u-rets have you taught?
4. Wh t•or(4 -, 0 firths :sod Journals have you
read du g'the 1)144. :tom 2
5 Were, p.m c re4niar member of a District Insti
tute during Iho last term ton taught?
0 DM yon ever conduct a recitation or exercise at
any of the Inadithte n,eotings?
7. II .w m"ny delis were you in attendance at the
twit County Institute?
S. Whit No, mat Saheb' have yeti attended, if any?
A. How oftwit hove you boon examined, and by whom?
10 Call you furnish Testimonials of Character?
Sutecripli tie will be received; as heretofore, for the
Directors, and the Public generally, re respectfully
levtte(l to be pressor.
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HENRY HOUCK, Co. Bop(
Lebanon, Only 12, 1865
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The New York
NRW GOQDS to be sold immediately, for Cash,
atpricee that will
ASTONISH THE NATIVES.
AgNi- Not one Dollar's worth of old shelf-worn
goods ; all NEW and dirost from the Importers
and Manufacturers. The
GOOD OLD TIME
That you have all read of has at last Come, when
you can buy Goods
At "Before the War' , Prices.
MERRY & BUN
Would respectfully announce to the Citisene
of LEBANON and surrounding country that
they have opened a
ORNER OF MARKET AND CHESTNUT STS,
Which they have filled with an entire NEW
STOOK OF. GOODS, just purchased in the
GREAT EASTERN MARKETS, at the lowest
prices for Cash, consisting of
• Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
Cassimeres, Vest in g s Ready-
Made Clothing, Boots and. Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Groceries, Crock
ery, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Notions,
All of which will be sold at prices less than
any other Store in the County,
LADIES call and examine our line of DRESS
GOODS ; they cannot be excelled anywhere.
They would respectfully ask ALL to call at
THE NEW YORK STORE, and examine Goods
and prices before purchasing elsewhere as we
can and will give bargains that cannot be had
Merry & Bißig.
Lebanon, Aug. 16, 1865
Poor Kan's Cash
LARGE. STOCK at OLD PRICES
EW STOCK SOLD AT LOW FIGURES!
Our Business Increasing !
MORR . TRADE WANT= TO BROWN PRICES
Promise to give Costomers the Benefit !
11151MAY0Il1 lit i 4511171411 J 454
.61nal Ray Your Shoes Cheap
ALL WORK WABBANTBD
Dont buy until you seee our Stock
Quick Sales and Small Profits is our
G. L. ATKINS,
Market street, Lebanon, Pa.
The Phoenix Pectoral
WILL CURE YOUR COUGH.
11 Ij Di JI Li Dia 120 hi Drat
COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY
AND SENEKA SNAKE ROOT,
WILL CURE THE DISEASES OF THE
THROAT AND LUNGS.
such as colds, coughs, Croup, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Sore Throat,
ITS TIMELY USE WILL PREVENT
AND EVEN WHERE THIS FEARFUL DISEASE
has taken hold it will afford greater relief than
any other medicine.
Miss Kate Vanderslice of Pottsville, - says, "I was
benented more by using the Phoenix Pectoral than
auy other medicine I ever used."
Elias Oberheltzer, Lionville, Chester county, was
cured of a cough of many years' standing by using the
Joseph Lukens, of Hallutreet, Phoenixville, ()utilise
that ho was cured of a cough of two years standing,
when all other medicines bad failed, by the use of the
Jacob Powers certifies that he has sold hundreds of
bottles of the Phoenix Pectoral, and that all who used
it bear testimony of its wonderful effects in curing
John Boyer, editor of the independent Monis), Wv
log: used it, has no hesitation in pronouncing it a com
plete remedy for cough, hoarseness and irritation hi
The West Chester Jeffersonitm says :
"We have known Dr. Oberholtzer personally a
number of years, and it gives us the greatest pleasure
to recommend his medicines, inasmuch as the public
rarely have the benefit of family medicines prepared by
a physician of his acquirements and experience. '
"Dr. Oberholtzer is a member of the Alumni o the
Medical Department at the University of Permeylyania,
at which institution he graduated in 1854."
POTTSPOWN 2 January Bd, 1865.
This certifies that I have used the Phoenix Pectoral
in my family, and I recommend it to the public as the
very best remedy for Coughs and Colds that I have
ever tried. One of my children was taken with s'cold
accompanied with a Croupy Cough ; so bad indeed that
it could not talk or scarcely breathe. Raving heard
so much said about the Phoenix Pectoral I procured a
bottle of it. The first dose relieved the difficulty, o&
breathing and before the child had taken one-foorth of
the bottle it was entirely well. Every family should
have It in their house.
Signed, D. P. CROSBY.
Mrs. Mary Butler, mother of Hon. Wm. - . Butler.
President Judge of the Chester and Delaware Districts,
says that she cannot do without the Phoenix - Pectoral.
Dr. George B. Wood, Professor of the ' Practices of
Medicine in the University, of Pennsylvania Hospital,
• and one of the authors of the United States Dispensa
tory, sayi of the Seneka Snake Root "Its action Is
especially directed to the lungs."
The proprietor of this medicine Las BO much confi
dence in its curative powers, from the testimony Ot
hundreds who have used it, tbat the money will be re
funded to any purchaser 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 DoLLS2,—
lt is intended for only one class of diseases, namely
those of the LONGS and rattOßT.
Prepared only by Levi Gherholtaar, M. D., Phoenix.
vine, Pa. Johnston Holloway k Cowden, No. 23,
N. Sixth at. Philadelphia, and T. C. Wells As Co. N 0.115
Franklin st., Now York, General Wholesale Agents.
Sold wholesale and retail by L, Lemberger, Dr.
Geo. Noss and D. S. Reber, Lehanon, and by nearly
every druggist and storekeeper In Lebanon County.
N. 11.—if your nearest druggist or storekeeper ideas
not keep this medicine do not let him put you off with
some other medifilue, beeanse he makes more money
on it, but send at once to OM of the Agents for it.
March 8, 1865;-43m.
AT THE OLD