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UP A TREE
Aristottlo's patriotiam broke out
demonstratively upon his receipt of
ttle news of the fall of Richmond.—
•b'd have the biggest star-spangle
banner and the tallest flag-staff in
Arks county—that's what he would,
hi told Aunt Hannah so.
So Ark rushed down to Philadel
phia by express . train, purchased a
forty feet flag, and rushed home a-
On by next express. Then Ark
s$ aboutnebieving the longest liber-
Vpolain Barks,. out of a straight
hundred and sixty feet—more or
less—tpine tree, standing on a , 'knoll
back of .the.; house. With the big
bunting lashed about his shoulders,
and armed with a hatchet, he op
euded .aT long hay-ladder against the
Om, scrambled in among_ the lower
,and began..cutting his
course:.nptiards, :trimming close to
the trunk every knot and branch as
Having cut his way to- the tip top
of the_ pine, Ark flung his flag to the.
imlieXeijaShed ,:it , hard, ttnd.. fast to.
tlitt kat, liirralied lristily for . Grant,
"tigered" far Sheridan,: and , then
made the discoverey that he had cut
off his .retreat. -There he was, &bun-,
dad and flfty' feef.up' le the 'air, arid
ev-ry individnal thing that he could
ha e climbed,' down, cut oirsirtootii
A 's'iMthitsittarn oollitpsea in-'.a:'see
and, and -he hailed the house • _
!ailarinah 1 0--Hannah I. say=---
'Linnet] !—Come out hero."
Out came Hannah, and seeing _her
husband humped dpinto's, ball,-a\rily
up there under' tbe "flag of the free,"
the old lady piped out at him in key
"Mhy,, sakes o'me I. What
'.Dod darn it Hannah! I'm up a
treq. Can't ye ta.ke.that are tonsket
an shoot my dinner up here?"
°""Why, dear me, Aria, how will yea
!I } •
ev,g_ge.4,down from. there.?"
— Dunno Hannah, 'less ye zit some
body to.ehop the siert - m:1 tree. down,
and that.would eon most kill me.—
Dail blast the luck !"
Aris clang to his perch just about
its-tong as he could, rind .then clasp
inrhis leg about the trunk, he began
to slide down stern foremost like -a
bear; ripping, scraping, and tearing
over the rough surface in a way that
by,ihe time he touched terra firma, it
was about an even question which
had' lost the most bark--.Aris or the
"I'll be dod blamed ! if ever I go
to cut another tree into a flag staff,
1 , 11 begin at the, upper send. " Aiis
swore, as Aunt liannali !ad him a
way ragged and bleeding.
Tu NUMBER or BATTLES.
The number of battles fought during
the late war, is given. .by an -;ex
change, who, We — tlfin, Understates
the„number, at two bond-red and, rift
ty Vvo. Of tbEise; . tho soil of Virgin
ia drank - the bleocL.of ,,
Tennessee witnessed thirty-seven,
Missouri twenty-five ' Georgia twelve,
South Carolina ten, North Carolina
eleven, Alabama seven, Florida five,
Ke4ueky fourteen, the Indian_:!fer,
ritoty and New' M.exieb ,one each
Once the wave of war rolled into a
Northern . _ State, and broke in -thn:
groat bile of Gettysburg. Of the
tftleff'tintitnerated, sixteen were na
val' aehievements:—.Richmond Whig:
tits.. There is a grape vino in 7 Caii - -
for4ia si : ,,ty-five years nid. which has
prod eight thousand pounds at
crop. It has never been the
° of-close pruning, but spreads
••:' a Space . Proportioned to its pro
et. It is only in a very young
.that.the—produot .per acre
' roportioned to the - number
tifir When Caesar was advised by
his i trieniis to be more eautious of the
socifrity of his pe7rson, and nbt walk
among the people tvitlmut arms or
anPone to defend liim,,he always re
pliod to the_ admonitions, "Ho that
livos in fear of death, every moment
fee* its tortures. I will die but
Dm. So long as you sea , one Star in•
the sky, the mun is not risen; so long
as are leak atirnitS the 'water, the
shit as not safe; so long tm one sin
reio•fts in a man's heart and is prac
ticed in his life, Jesus is neither his
Saviour nor his King. .
UP? Stephen A. DOughtig and his
brother, Robert 111.:, sonli of the de
ceased statesman, .are students at the
Gootetown; D. C. college. The for
mer is said to be an original thinker
and-an excellent speaker.
he depitol in Richmond severe Vol
mes of theljoemtrano ri-iblvea of
0 'o •liy of Virginia, frOm the
eeting of.thb 6rSt General Ass in.
is to. 1692.
Ip• VIC They are troubled in England
by typhoid foyer among swine and
smalF- 4 pox among sheep; •The only
, hunian disease that is very fatal to
, anima.ls in this conntry is consump
Or!r,,The bay ov meny oy the ser
mons4hat iz preached, consists in
thoir4reat length, for if it warHt for
7.trittie4ever, their would'nt be much
seir A French cheinist asserts that
if tea,be ground like coffee, before
hot w . gter is put upon it, it will yield
double the amount of oxhilirating
O :You may not think much of
~.I..liagara at a distance, - but go right
:,up uner Wand you will find it over
ttgylpWhy don!,t, you wash your
f act , rt am afraid
,to; a bridge
near Oy house was Washed sway
CELEBRATED HERB BITTERS,
THE UNIVERSAL HOUSEHOLD REMEDY.
A Grand Specific for all Diseases Aris
ing from an Impure State of
the. Blood or Disor
It is now five Years since B. Mishler's Herb
Bitters were first prominently introduced to the
public and during that time their success in cur
ing all diseases arising from en impure • state of
the blood or diseased stomach , bas been so great
that the proprietor is ;instilled in offering them
as a specific remedy for all diseases originating
from the above causes, and is willing to refund
all money expended for these Bitters if they rail
to perform all that is claimed for them.
A. Mishler's Herb Bitters are guaranteed to
cure Dysticiitia, - Liver
,Complaint. 'Fever at d
A gua, intermittent, Remittent and Typhoid Fe
ver, Loss of Appetitc,,. Nervous Affections, Gen•
end Debility, or lt f ettkoess caused by excess, itn
prudeAce, or exposure, Coughs and Colds, Rheu
matism, Dtarrbma,, Cholera Morbus ' Cramp in
tun Stomach, Piles, Diseases of the Skin, such
as Scrofula, Ulcers, ect., etc. In renerio Dis
eases these Bitters-are a sure cure. It is else
certain - to remove all obstructions to the regu•
tsr course of nature in Females, and will ruts
Green Sicktess Chlorosis, Lettcorrbcca or
Whites, Womb Complaint or Falling of the
Womb, otc., and Altus preserve the Fair Cent
plealon of those who tt,e it ; but, like all reme
dies ..f this class, should l•e used with caution
by married ladies. As "Tonic and Appetizer
these . bitters are unrivalled.
Heidi° other popular remedies the ei , tilpissi
Eton of B. Mb-filer's Beat Bitters if lie senrer, for
the proprietor has no hesitaney in making known
their ingredients. They are composed of Idle
campane, Burdock, Spikenard, Soapwort, Peru
vian Bark s .Buchu, Spieewood, Mallon, Slippery.
Kim, Sassafras, Sarsaparilla, Gentian Root,
Juniper, Spirits of Nitrn, Balsam Copavia, Ca.
bebs, Dandelion, Pure Spirits, and Barberry.
Any person who is at all acquainted with
medicine will at once Perceive what a powerful
combination of curative powers is embraced in
the above list .of medicinal agents. It is im
possible for-disease to withstand this formida
ble phalanx, and when once it is attacked by
Miebler's Herb Bitters it is forced to leave the
The recipe for making these - Bitters has been
in existence and was used in Germany since the
16th century. It was brought into this coun
try by an old ,Gorman about 1825. Mr. John
Mishler, father of the present proprietor, bought
.the recipe, wltieh had been recommended to him
as a sure cure iin ii certain disease, which pre
-vious.to that time had been considered ineura
bleity all medical works and physicians, and by
Jts use saved many dollars for himself. About
five years afterwards the recipe was used again
for the same complaint, by Squire Shimp, of
Brecknock township, Lancaster county, Pa., and
was again successful. Some- four years ago Mr.
B. Mishler made eleven gallons of these Bitters
for-Mr. Henry Schied, hostler of the Cross Keys
Hotel, Lancaster. About nine gallons of it was
was need, and the remaining two gallons Mr.
Sehied gave to several of his acquaintance who
were affected with different diseases: To the
surprise of an it cured a great many complaints,
and this induced Mr. Mishler to commence its
manufaeture for the public at large. Since that
time-its progress has been upward and onward.
It has cured every disease for which it is rec
ommended, of which fact the proprietor bus suf
ficient evidence in the 1200 certificates he has
received in the*post five years. It was only yes
terday that Captain Leonard, mayor of Altoona,
Pa., informed Mr. Mishler that he could get over
160 certificates in that town of cures effected by
Readers if you are afflicted with disease or
siehriess try B. bristlier's Herb Bitters. Remem
ber that if that do not cure you, your money will
be refunded by the proprietor.
B. E. Cor. Centre Square, Lancaster, Pa.
Below we give a fore morenames of the many
persons who have been eared of various diseases
by using Misbier's Herb Bitters.
Andrew Eberly,-Lancaster, cured of cramp colic—
was so severe that he was apprehensive of a rupture .
Thos Groom., Glen Rope, cured of disease of the
back and nervous system.
A.Oonder, Lancaster, says that the J 3 Mere cured
him of a severe attack of paralysis.
Wm„, 11. Jourdan, Lancaster, relieved of cholera
4morbus in ten or fifteen minutes, by the Herb Bit
John C. Walton, Lancaster, cured of diseases of the
spine and kidifeys, fic., contracted hi the army..
Jacob B. Amwake, Bag., Lancasterovas injured at
Atenia Lanaing last Jo nnary—tho Bitters cured him.
John A. Tryer's wife, Lancaster, wan cured of liver
complaint and loss ofappetito by the Bitters.
David'Pats, near Lancaster, testified that the Bit
tvr.,..rrea rartrwrirstaiierwartacir trrrkeueeatleiff.----
Levi Hart, sen.; Lancaster, eared pf rheumatism oc
casioned by exposure in the army.
Theodore Wendltz, of Pennsylvanig Leserves, ens
shot in the arm at the battle of Fredericksburg. Ey
using the Bitters he was anon relieved. from pain in
' Joseph 11. Wittson, J.:monster, rel loved of paios is
his shoulders and limbs, that he was unable to sleep.
John Conley, Lancaster, states that the Bitters
cured him of fever and ague, which he i/li three
John Lemon, Lancaster, had cramp in the stomach
for fee-re—the Bitters cured him.
Joseph Wimer, Philadelphia, certifies that Itlishler's
Bitters has restored him - to health, having been much
afflicted with various aihnents for a long time.
James Kennedy,Latieaster, cured of chronic diar
rhea and rheumatism.
Daniel Finefrock, Lancaster, cared of chronic rheu
matism, which he was murk afflicted with while
the army—recommends the: use of the Bitters to sol
diers and others similarly afflicted.
ii. it. _Rhoads, Reamstown, Lancaster Co., cured of
inflammatory rheumatism of some years' standing.
'Mary Maderf, Lancaster, was cured of a difficulty
in gassing his seater, by the use of the' Bitters, and.
h is wife also relieved faint rho/Matto pains.
Bence, Dafecostir, cared of an affeetion df the
kidneys and bladder ; by the use of Mistiler'ii fferb
Mrs. Coodenkonder,lLancaster, says that she bad se
vere pains in her side, but was soon relieved by the
Bitters. Her husband also took the medicine for pains
occasioned by a broken leg. .
HUGH DOUGMERTX, Lancaster, says his • daugh
ter was cured of weakness, phthisic, sore throat, & , c.
11 - . G. lientlig. Farmer, near Lancaster, was cured
of a = evert, attack of Dyspepsia, by tho Hitters.
Robt. McClelland, near Baltimore, writes that Bre.
J. U. McCord had a second attack of Diarrkcea, but tha
use of tbeßitters soon cured him.
Isaac B. Ilese,Lancesier, cured of u bad cough and
bleeding of the lunge,.
A. 11. Riot, Alaitheitti; 'Lancaster Co., states that ho
has used ;dishier's Bitters with excellent effect for
Joe. 11. Brown, Altoona,Pa., writes to Mr. blisiller
that he Lae used Lie Herb Bitters for a severe cold on
the breast and foilliarrhcea, and wee Bolin cured.
Jobn Schack, Peques, Lancaster county, woe rellev.
ed from an attack of the gravel, hy the Bitters.
Joseph Myers, Laucester, was cured of w alines, mid nausea nausea of the stomach by the use of the Bitters.
X. B. Truchen, Lit:master, was cured or grovel by the
use of ißishier's Bitters.
Isaac Quigley, Lancaster, says that his son was cured
of typhoid lever by Mishier's Bitters,
P. T. Weiser, York, Pa.,writes that he had been af
filiated with Piles, and by the use el two bottles of the
Bitters be was cured.
8.0. Itowthoru, Lancaster, saps that Mishier's Bit-
ters curial him . of as attack,of Congestion of the Sp hue
occasioned by a violent cold.
O. A. Bill, Huntingdon Co., writes to the pro
prietor of tho Bitters, that be is highly delighted with
the virtues of his medicines
Anule Funk, Motown, Lancaster Co„ informs '3lr.
l%listiler that she has used his medicines, and finds it to
&ore Tepresentea.* .
Lipton, Altoona, Pa., Writes that the nerb Bit
ting has effectually, cured his son or what is called
heald head—a very serious ease. -
Jas. Hudson, Altoona, L'u., says that his appetite and
general health are much improved IICU he has been
using bllshler's Bitters,
11. Schollmayer, Lancaster, elates that Lhe Bitten,
cured him of Cancer In the:Stomach.
A. Barman, Street, Lancaster co., says the
Bitters curial his wife of at severe Cough teed Pifins in
leer Limbs; several members of the family &Leo, used
tl e medicine with much benefit. -
J. Yanuabacker, Durtaela, Lancaster tounty, , Says in
writinglo Air. !dishier that "the Herb Bitters has
done more for nie then any niediclue I have ever used,"
and recommends it to others.
John Lusher, of Resinstown, Lancaster county, was
cured of a swelling of the neck and jaw by the use of
the !Leib Bitters.
John V arnee r Lancaster, testifies that the Bitters re
lieved him entirely of Inflacumetory Rheumatism , end,
recommends it to others similarly uttlieted.
J. 11. McCord; Baltimore, Did., states that he wee
permanently cured of Diarrhea.
Anna Mune!man, Lancaster, states that blishler's
Bitters cured her of Liver Complaint. of ID years.
Wtu. J. Beatty, of Marietta, Pa.,
, testifica that am
Herb Bitters cured him of Rheumatism.
June Carter, Lancaster, was relieved of a very se
were attack of Crump in the stomach by the Bitters.
ie. : Amelia Nicholas, Lancaster, says her daughter
was cured of ScrOfuta of 7 years Alluding, by the Bit
J. W. C ,Jack, Lancaster, was cured by the bitters
of itlieumaibun with mil ich . lie Was afflicted for 5
years. . .
Jact.h Effinger, Lancaster, was relieved by the Bit
ters of an attack et Cramp lu the t 9 Malec!).
Jas. Rially, Dra more, Lancaster co., says that the
Bitters relieved bins of severe pain in the breast, side,
Juba Eauts , Laucaster, , hail a slight attack of lock
jaw, which was cared by the Bitters
S. ALLORIEIt, Lancaster says that Ms daughter
will, newt,' blind from a cod—waa cured by tba
Jacob 'Faber, Lancakacr, wit. curet or gravel of 10
years otamnag, by the use of the /Sitters.
Mary Craxel, Laucaxter, was cured of cramp in the
stomach by the use of the Litters.
Freas, Lancaster, Was cured by in ieh ler
Bitters, from a severe tird#Wia. tti cramp iu the ewe,
SOLD AT DR, GEO. ROSS' DRUG STORE,
AA Al A
f Irhese 'es are ddesignedd
peeiulty for Country Printing 0 WI ees.
They are simple, cheap, and will not
get out of order, and can be run by
the youngest boy in the office after a
few minutes instruction. With less
than one bushel of coal steam can be
raised and the engine run. five hours.
This engine is so constructed that it
can be placed in the second or third
floor of the office, and is more safe
than an ordinary stove in regard to
fire. References from parties using
them arc furnished.
Wii. M. BRESLIN 3 Gen. Agq.,
Who is authorized to dispose of
the Engines at the same price as they
can be obtained from the manufac
Lebanon, Aug. 16, 1865
D. S. RABER'S
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DR U-C STO R E
Ilas been removed to his New Building. on Cumberland
Street,opposite the Eagle Buildings,
stall!: subscriber respectfully announces to his aeonairi•
t 1 tances and the public in general, that he hes 'eon;
ntly on band a large stock of
. DRUGS, PERFUMERY,
GLASS WARE, BRUSHES,
;HAIR OILS, EXTRACTS,
Burning Fluid, Surgical Instruments, Toilet Soaps, Se
gura, Tobacco, &o. Also a variety of Fancy Articles
too numerous to mention, which he offers at low rates,
and warrants the qualities of the articles as represent
ed. Purchasers will please remember this, and exam•
ine the.gualities and prices of his goods before purchase
log elsewhere. Dir•Physieian's prescriptions and faze.
ily recipes carefully compounded, at all hours of the
day or night, by calling at the Drug Store,opposite the
on Sundays the Store will be opened for the cbm•
pounding of prescriptions between the hours of 7 and.
10 o'clock, A. M., 12 mid 1, and 4 and 5 P.
Lebanon, Aug. 181862_ DAVID S. RADER.
1864 NEW - 8TY4.4E81..1864
A DAM RISE, in Cumberland Street, between
Market and the Coitrt ffonso,north side, has
now on band a splendid assortment of the New
Style of HATS AND CAPS, for men anti boys, for 1858
to which the attention of the public is respectfully hey,
ted. Mats c: all_ prices, from the cheapest to the Noe
costly, always on hand. He has al so just opened a olden
STR AW, PANAMA, PEDAL, PEARL, 1101iN, LEO
ROHN, SENATE, CUBIAIS, andall others.
10.110 will arse Wholesale all kinds or Mate, Caps
Att., to Country Merchants on advautageous terms.
Letauou, Fay 1,1884.
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rffERCIIANT T I LOB
S. ItAaISAY, in Funek'sbuitding, cernerof Cure
bezland street and Doe alley, bee on hand and
for eate, either by the yard or made to order, a lark*
OASSIMERES; and • ;
- 'VESTING .
well selected from Good Uonies. Geed Fits and sub
stantial making guaranteed to all. Also 'Handker
chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, Itosiery, Suspenders, Fincy and
Plain Linen Shirts, Under Shirts and Drawers.
S. S. RAIIISAY•
Lebanon, May 4,' 1864.
Amending nu grdinanee Prohibiting VAST DRIVING
through tho steete, ]anew, orolleys of the. Borough
of Lebanon, passed August 6, 1865.
TT is hereby ordained by the burgess and Council of
the Borough of Lebanon .That if any person appre—
hended for fast driving in the said Borough, in viola
tion of an Ordinance of said Borough, passed the 6th
day ofAngust,lBsB, should fail to pay the fine impos
ed by said Ordinance he shall be, committed to the
county Jail for the spine of twenty-four- hours.
-Enacted, August 7th, 1885,-
Attest, , L. K. LADDEILIIIILCIT,
D. PI 5111-une, Clerk. Assistant Burgess.
Lebanon, Aug. 19, 1865.
A Friendly IlltYiliatiiint
401 U g,"l*4
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To all desirous of purcbmaing '
To the beet advantage, at the old eutablished ed
REINOEHL & MEILY
At the UNION CANAL, on the East and Westsides
Market Street,North Lebanon Borough. '
rMIE suberibers take pleasure in informing the citi-
J_ term of Lebanon, and surrounding counties, that
they still continue the LUMBER AND COAL BUSI
NESS, at their old and Wen known stand, where they
are daily receiving additional supplies of the
BEST, AND WELL SEASONED LUMBER;
consisting of White and Yellow Pine EOARDS, PLANE
Hemlock BOARDS, PLANK and SCANTLING.'
RAILS, POSTS, PALINGS and FENCING BOARDS
ASH, from 1 to 4 . inch ; CHERRY, froni 5-i i " to 3 ir
POPLAR, from to !a inch.
Poplar and Hardwood SCANTLING.
Oak end Maple BOARDS and PLANIcd.
Roofing and Plastering LATHS.
SHINGLES! SHINGLES! ! SHINGLES!! I
Also, Pine and Hemlock SHINGLES.
• COAL! COAL!! COAL I VI
A largo stock of the best quality of acne, Broken,
Egg and Lino:burners' COAL; and also, the beef Alle
gheny COAL for Blacksmiths.
. Thankful for the I iliflnt manner in wl..di , they
na:Fe heretofore been pattkinixed,.they would extend a
cordial in vitetion for a continminee 'of favors, tie they
ere confident that they now have the /cutest, best and
cheapest stock of LUMBER on 'hind in the County.
which will he sold ata reaagnable per cen tags,
.OZ-- Please cull and examine our stock and prices he
fore purchasing eleewheire:
w" • RBINOBRL &
North Lebanon borongh, April 6, 1866.
FITS! FITS! FITS!
A: IL RICITEY, Merchant Tailor, respectfully an
nounces to the citizens of Lebanon and vicinity
that he bus removed his place of business to Market
street, between Cumberland and Chestnut, second door
north of Matches' note!, where he will continue to
keep, as heretofore, u fine. assortmet of
CLOVIS, C A SSIM ER ES,
nil of which lie will sell or make up to order at ti
;Aims to suit the
All work entrusted to his cure, will be manursetur
ed inn workmanlike meaner as to fashion and dura
Goods purchased eloewhero mill he cheerfully made
up to order ott theMintiii moderate teems.
Miring had years of experience in the Tailoring and
Dry-Goods bietiness, and being inelined - to turn to tan
advantage of his customers, all the advantages remit
lug from said Requirements, he feels satisfied that it
will be responded to by a very liberal share In the pub
Friends call otter to please to after that please your
stares. April 12, ltli.
iLOTII, WOOLEN CLOTHING of all colors.' , lyeAlSot
Black or 13140 Black, preaccd, the color warraoicti
.tti goods turned ant Nola to now,
Articl .a to be dyei can be left at Jos.: L. Leo ber
isn's Drag Store whore all orders for the above will be
stranded to. • [March 1.1. 1 SO3 ,
T AVM (AIDE
UCE =OVAL] E
•-••• — " x" AVOULD respectfally inform eitk
sew, of Lchnnen and vicinity. that
he has removed his Tailoring gstablish
ment to the room lately oecapied by Dr
it. Sett tteek .to Walnut street; three deori.st int a
I)ot id llollinger'S' 111 . 40, nest door to hn D.
ranSe's store, where - he will make np'the ma..t fash
ionable clothing. All work entrusted to his cir n trill
loft Math/ filel nrell in the best manner, On moderate
leto,.v, timid fitintnylanbstantial making'-:guaruntecil,
"PeckllS fur the afoot as, troll as for the slender.
is ready to accommodate his customers _ 'raving's
snit of clothes made on short notice, Thankful Mr the
liberal patronage extended to hint thus thr, he hopes •
by strict attention business, tomer it a continu
ance of the Rise. ISt cerdiittly Invitee the politic and
his old customers to givobint ft call. Terms cash-
Lebanon , March 23. 15155.
- vow 1e the timeCO buy your.7STOVIvS before cold
_l:‘ whiter in here, ands the bsst and - clienpost:filace is
Lebanon Stove, Tin and Sheet Iron Menefee
- tort' of 'James N. Rogers,
Two doors Sou th‘from the Lebanon Bank, whore can be
had the' largest and best assortment of PARLOR.
HALL, and COOKING STOVES, ever offered in Leba
non, Gas Burners for Parlors -or Bed Chambers of his
own make, with a general assortment of Parlor Stoves,
and a large variety of the best. Cooking Stoves in the.
county or borough, which he warrants to bake or roast
WASII ROILERS con tautly on hand of all sizes,
and the hest material.
COAL BUCETE—the largest assortment; the heav
iest iron, and' the best made in Lebanon.
Also, a large stock of TIN WARE .mado of the hest
material and in a workmanlike manner. As be is a
practical Workman, and has had an experience of
twenty-five years, he feels confident that he can gire
general satisfaction. -
Be takes this method of returning his thanks to his
numerouscastoiners for their liberal support, and he
hopes, by strictly attending to' his own business and
setting other people's alone, to still receive to share of
puplio patronage. JAMES N. moms.
Air. Particular attention paid to all kinds of Joninuo
such as llociflug',Stionting, 81c., and all work warranted
' JACOB ILCSDEL respectfully in
forms the public that he still amain
nes his extensive establishment in
efaig s , ~gin his new building,in Cumberland t.,
• where he, hopes to render the same
, satisfaction as heretofore to all - who
may favor him with their custom Re Invites Merellanti
and dealers in BOOTS and SllOESand every ono who
wishes to purchase fasitionable.and, durable artieles in
and varied sleek.
Re is :determined to surpass all coupetition in the
Manufacture of every article in his busuttiSs,sui table fOr
any Market in the Union; A due care taken in regard
to materials and workmanship; none bt the best quid).
ty of LB Avn BR and othermaterialsare used, and none
but the best workmen are employed
J '4 -4.101 g
_P. B.—lle returns his*sineero thanks to his friends for
the Yery liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on him.
lie hopes by - striet attention to 'business Mal endeavoring
to please his customers, to merit a share - of public, pat
renege. ILebanon,3lay 4, 1864
NEW AND CHEAP ROOT
rIRE- subscriber viciuhl respect fully inform- the eit
izens of Lebanon and vicinity, that he has remov
ed his 1300 T end SHOE STORM to Ille*et street, next
door south or .Mrs.ltice's Hotel, Lebtmon, Pa. -
where he keeps on
hand a. large and well
assorted stock of all
kid& of BOOTS and
SHOES. Ile will
make. to order all
kinds of BOOTS and
SHOES, and at very
short notice. He al
so' keeps on hand a
large and well-assort.
ed *debit of LEATHER, such as RED.-AND OAH SOLE
LEATHER, CALF AND KIP SKINS, MOROCCO AND
FANCY LEATHER, KID,. LIMNOS, ROANS, BIND
INGS, &c., and itHitinds of Shoemakers' TOOLS AND
FINDINGS, such as BOOT-TREES, LASTS, ROOT
CORDS and WEB BS,-AWL-BLADES, KNIVES, PUN
CHES, HAMMERS, PINCERS, RASPS, TACKS—
Constantly on band an assortment ofLastings. Threads,
Shoe-nails, Peg-breaks, Send-stones, Pegs, Bristles, Kit
and Shoe Tools of exerydes.cription. Ilavias-been en•,
gaged in the hail:netts more than twenty years, he - feels
satisfied that he can give 'satisfaction - - to all who will
favor him with a call. Shoemakers fr:in the country
Will do well by . calling on.him beforeepurchasing- else
where. ' SAMUEL HAUCK..
Lebanon, Jan. 27 18114: . .
WM 1 461. " •
rpHEundersigned has reasoved
his Saddlery and lls - rneSs- •
Manufactory to a few doors South 7l¢ ,
at' the old place, to the largo room 1 r
lately occupied by Bilhantt & tiro:, as •
a Liquor store, whore he will butieppy to see nil his old
friends and customers, and where he has increased- fa
cilities for attending to all the departments of his bug ,
ness. • Being determined to be behind ne - other astab
listunenfin his abilities to accommodate customers, he
has spared neither pains nor .expense to obtain and
make himself inastasuf, every,tundernyiniprovement is
the business and secure thettarigerau6flipe Mist work-
men that lißerni *ages Would command. - ISa will keep
a large stock on hand,and manufacture at the short
est notice, all descriptions of 11A.1INNES, end, O s t l / 2 ,1-
(Bea, Bridles, Carriage Harness of all kinds; heavy
harness, Buggy Whips cf the best manufacture,
falo Robes, Fly Nets,'siich as Cotton, Worsted. Linen,
and a ,new, kidd lately invented; of every
kind, such as Buggy Whips, Cart; Whips, &c.; Eames
of all descriptions. halter Chains, home-made Traces,
Sc, all of which he will warrant to be equal to
any that can be obtained in any other establishment
in the country. All'he asks that those desiring any
in this line, should call at his - place and examine
al; stock., He, feels the fallesteontidance in his ithility
to entire satisfectiom• ' '
ea— All ordertothankfully received and prompily
ended to. SOLOMON SMITH,
North Lebanon Borough, Aug, 13, 1862,
A Npw Fir m
Cheap Cash Store, and 41111i0 Viand
r MIR undersigned having formed a partnership in the
MERCANTILE, MILLING AND GRAIN BUSI
NESS, would respectfully invite the attention of the
Public to their establishments. They will confine to
keiii,* at the late - - stand -GEESAATAN &
LONG, a most complfite itoek-of all kinds of GOODS
usually kept in, a collutil store, which. theY will re
tail Cheap for CASH, or COUNTRY PRODUCE: They
also want to buy for cash
50,000 Bushels of WIIEAT,
30,000 Bushelsiof Itll,
20,000 Bushels of 00.1tN,
23,000 Bashi:Ts of OATS.
For which they will pay the bik,hest Market Prices
They will also take GRAIN on STOILACIE. The will
always on baud and sell at the lowest pricee, Ct do
the Mat Load ,or by the Ton; all kinds of 11.1,6 lib•
SALT, PLASTER, ke:
Asp- They solicit the business of tiar.t ION(/„.
and the pabite, will.endoaver =
eral and just principles as will
.• 4 -
North Lebanon Itlity egar.
6ntoutaiv ,. viivEGAß
„ . ne of .oxigaformers. Nor foal:t
it. mplevapNiatt, thin oltcr.
A large < •
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Root and Shoe Store.
O 1 THE
Wanted I Wanted
500,000 more Men, Women, and Chil
dren, Wanted ! •
A T J. A. SPENGLER'S ,phangrapbie Gallery, in
Adam Rise's Building. ttCCaII und see his pictures.
They are more life-like and natural than yen van
get them at any other place in town. He has alwaYi
on hand a large assortment - of Rosewond and Gilt
Frames and cases of all kinds. lie takes Photographs,
Ambrotypes, Stereot , .) , ,pos, and Propel:tin Pictures, at
the lowest prices. Pictures taken in a❑ kinds of
He Is prepared to take the latest style of pictures.—
Come one, come all, and see ter yOUrseiven.
Lebanon, 'day 10, 1565. J A. SPENGLER.
Philip F. clllcaihly;
FASTICONABLI: BOOT AND StIOB MAKER
CV? Cumberland Street. one door Bast of
kith(' Illack orse hotel. Thankful for the
very liberal patronage extended to me for the short time
I have been hi business, I would respectfully solicit a
continuance of the patronage of the public.
c has at all times an assortment of wow and
MOBS of his own msonfacture on hand, which will be
disposed of on reaSonahle terms.
FINE BOOTS, LADIES' GAITERS, &c.
TIJOU thidfring a neat, well etude eitiele. are invites
to glie etc a trial. ChiWrens' Eltoec of every variety
end, color on band. Cleary work made to order.
Tr All work warranted- liepairfng neatly done anp
N E W WAN ET AND
CMS I a .111,101 4 UF.1 C . TV:PRY
riliMAnitserib,r resew-11,111y informs the public that
1 he has the largest. and best aasortment of TERM
'CURE and Mil Et ti. over offered to the public of Leb
anon county. lie has on band at his Cabinet-Were
rooms, -in North Leber& borough. nearly opposite
Zeller's Hotel. and a few doors south of Itorgner's, a
splendid assortment of good, substantial and fashion
able Parlor, Cottage and Chamber %FURNITURE, con
sisting of Sofas. Tete a4etvs, Lounges, What-nuts. Par
' lor - , Centre. Pier, Card and Common Tables;
Dressing and: Common 111311,EALTS; Bed
- , steads, Work-stanols, Wash-stands,and Kitch-,
est:en Furniture of all kinds: Also, a largeand
elegant variety'of Facacu anca, SPRINGSZATED Chairs,
Common Spring-seated Chairs; all kinds a Spring
seated lidekers. Also, Windsor, Cane-seated. and Com
mon qlntirs and Rockers of every deseription.
ItEil..:All Goode sold LOW and WARRANTED to give
Persona desirous of knowing the character of the
:Dods here offered for sale s :CSU be fully satisfied of their
durability by reference fObase for whorl be lots man
ufactured or to . , klioni . , :• -
Old Furniture - and Chairs Repaired and Tarnished.
N. B.—Collide made 'and Funerals attended at • the
hottest notice. • • • JOSBPIL BOWMAN,
North , Lebauon, May 4, 1864.
IjorICIIAEL . .IIOFF la
MAN buld re r speetfully inform
iiithe Citizens of Lebanon; that he • haw - B.EIBOVEII
Ids TAILORING Business to Cumberland Street, two
boors East of Market Street, and opposite tho Eagle
note', where all persons who wish garments made
lip in the meat fashionalile style and best manner, are in
Med to call.
TO TAILOICSI—Just received and for sale the N. York
it'd. Philadelphia Report of Springs Summer Fashions.
Callers wishing the Fashions should let the subscriber
know of the fact, so that he eau make his arrangements
wicoadingly. MIONZEL lIOFFFIAN.
Lebanon, 81ay4.1864 , •
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Ad pninistroitors , i%oticc.
moncv :wreby given that Letters of Adminis.
tra ;nn . tlidestatiinf PTIILIP SITAAK, dec'd.,
late of Son: Lebanon township, Itebimmi county, Po,
have been nted to the undersigned. All persons
indebted to said estate will pleasemakepayment; and
those having claims will present them without delay,
duly anthertiented. to-the untlersigned,for settlement.
' 'JACOB 'SfIA AK, Milloreek tp..
JOHN IT. SIIAAK. Cornwall tr.,'
Administrators of the estate of . Philip Shook, dec'd.
OTIC.}: is hereby given that Letters of Atlminis
-11 tratim, on the Estate of WILLIAM LUNA late
orlieidlehura . township, Lebanon county, Pa., dec'd.,
have Leen granted to the under:signed, of the town-
Ma ill, county-and State aforesaid. All persons indebt
ed to said estate will please make payment, and those
having rlaitns w ill present theta. duly authenticated,
to the undersigned. MICIIAET.
JULY 20, 1805.. •
._ _ - G.~~~._~
RE AT TRLINK; LINE PROM THE NORTE AND
North-West for PIiILADELPII.I A, NEW-YORK,
R-EADINO, POTTSVILLE, LEBANON, ALLENTOWN,
EASTON, kn., AM.
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as follows ; At
3.00.7.25 and 8.15 A. M and 1.45 P. M.:arriving at New
York at:10 A Al,. and 10fo P. M., passing
Lebanon rit 3.53 0.08 A. NI., and 2.50 P. P.M.
The above nun Beet with similar Trains on the Penn
sylvania Rail Road, and Sleeping Cars accompany the
-3.00 and 8.15 trains, without change.
Leave for Beading; Pottsville, Tamaqua, Min , milk,.
Ashland-, Pinagreve, A IlentOWn • and "`Philadelphia at
8.15 ; 51, and 1,45'P. M.. stopping at Lebanon and
principal Stations only; pasaing Lebanon at 9.08 A. 51..
and 2.50 P. M.
Way Toxins, stopping at all points, at 7.25 A. 51. anal
440 P. M., Passing Lebanon at 8.35 A. M., and 5.53
P. NN. Returning: Leave New York at 9 A. - AI,. 12
coon, and 5440 P. M. Philadelphia at BA. Al and 3.30,
P. M. ; Pottsville at 3.15 A AI. and 2.38 P. ;
Ashland at 0.10 A. 51 , and 1220 noon ; Tama.
qua, at 3.15 A, Al. and 2.15 P. SL, and headin, at
night, and 10.45 A 1.33 and 0.08 ' P._ M.,
passing Lebanon at 2.09. 8.54, 11 58 A. and 2.35 and
1.24 P. M.
Bentlin„ ,, Accommodation Train Leaves Reading at
0.00 A. M., retui ning from Philadelphia at 5.00 P. 51.
Columbia. Railroad Trains leave Rending at 6.00 and
10 55 A. N. and 0.15 P. M. for Ephrata, Jai; Collin.
On Sundays ; Leave New York at 8 I'. M., ;Mimic . )
plait 3.15 P. M., Pottsville 7.30 A. M., Tamaqua 7 A,,,t1
Liarrlsburg 8.15 A. M., passing Lebanon et i.. 08
and Reading at 1.00 A. M., lot
Lebanon at 2.00 A. N. 1...,08r11440.14;
Commutation, Milo. , ge, Seas , ;;,,fl a ijo„4 d ."
Sion Ticket' , to and Frain all -
Baggage checked thro . --(4 4%1 , 11C0LL5, •
DAVID S. LONG
114 - raiz° IL IC itihrea•
„ $." A T °ULF) respectfully inforiti the
%ens of Lebanon and vicinity, thecil
- he hue REMOVED I th:o'Z - inuring estab
lishment to Ifkisteamberland st.. about 36
'square otte! of liensoids hotel, where be Will uniko -- ou th e
roost h itinabLer Clothing. ALL work entrusted lt
him will be manufuctured in tire best neumei, on mod
es ate terms. Good fits and . substantial maki gime
anteed. Thankful or the liberal patronage extended
to hint thus far, he• hopes by- strict 'attention to his
business to merit a continuance of the same. Ile cor
_the public and his old customers to give
hi m a-pita, fLebanon, April, 12, 18615.
...tr ' 1
d ::° ) '
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years established in N. V. City."
Free from Voisons."
"Not dangerous to the llnnurn Fam Hy."
Rats e. , ,me, out or their Wee te die."
"Costar's" Rat, Roach, Exter's,
Is n parte—used for Rats-,
31 ice . itoneltos, Black and
Rod - Ants, he., &e.. &e., &e-
Costar ' s ' Bed-Bu; Exterminator,
Is a liquid or 'Nook, used to
destroy, and also as a pro•
rentive for Iled-riup, &e.
Costar's Electric Powder for Insects
rx for Moths. Mom nitors,
ISed.Buge, Insects on
Plante, Fowls, Animals, &c.
ire' Sold by all Druggfere and Retailers everywhere.
AM - I I BRWARN !1! urea worthleee intitetions.
0.4. - r- See Dant "COSTAR'S" mime is en each box, bot
tle . mut Flask, before yon buy.
UMW,' It. COSTAR.
inf. Principal Depot, 441. Bromihrit:,•. N. Y.
Sold by Dr. ORURO R ROSS, aint ill Druggists
and Den iera at bebanup, Pa.
INCREASE OF ItAtS.—The Farmers' Gazette (Eng
lish) asserts and proves by figures that one pair of rats
.will have a progeny and descendants no less than 051,
050 in three yearst. Now, unless thiZ huniense
can be kept down, they would consume more food than
would sustain 65;000 human beings.
Sew "Costar's" advertisement in this paper.
RATS versus BIRD - S.—Whoever - engages in shooting
small birds is a eruel nian ; wboever a ids in extermi
nating rats is a benefactor. We should like some of
our correspondents to give us the benefit, of Choir ex
perience in driving out these 'pests. We' need some.
thing besides dogs, cats, and traps for this business.—
Scientific American, Y.
See "Coker's" advertisement in this paper,
‘TOSTAR'S" RAT Exterminator is simple, safe, nod
sure,—tbe most perfect Razification meeting we have
ever attended. Ivory rat that can get it, properly pre•
pared according to directions, will,est it, and every
one that eats it will die, generally at some place as
far possible from where the medicine was taketi.=Lake
Shore, Mich. Mirror.
OIL See "Costar's ndvertisetnent in this paper
A VOICE FROM THE FAR WEST.—Speaking of
'Costar's" hat, Roach, &c., Exterminator—more grain
and provisions are destroyed annually in Grunt Coun
ty by vermin than would pay for tons of this Rat and
Insect Killen—Lancaster, Irts., Herald.
IS. See "Costar's" advertiseme tin this paper.
FARMS AND MOUSEKEEPERS---sltonld recol
lect that hundreds of dollars' worth of Gvt la, Provi
sions, arc annuli* destroyed by - liats, Moe, Ants,
and other Insects and vermin—all of which -can be
prevented by a few dollars' worth of "Costar's" Itat,
Rofl.oll, Scc., Exterminator, bought and used freely.
Ja' Ste "Costar's" advertisement in this paper; .
410" Sold in. Lebanon, Pa., ai.
Dr. Geo. Ross' Drug Store.
Cumberland st., opposite Court Home.
March 20, 1869.-6 m. •
IIIE subscriber respectfully informs the public the
he has entirely rebuilt the MEI on the little Swa
tare, fottrierly known as "Straw's" and literati "Wen
gert'e," about one-fourth of a mile from Jonestown
Lebancn county, Pa.; that he has it now le complete
run ::ing order, and is prepared to furnish customers
regularly with a very superior article of
AV' 11E...1113111111L.T.111E4C.. 5 ,,
as cheap as it can be obtained froni any other source.—
Ile keeps also on hand and for' ale at the lowest cash
prices CUOP, BRAN, SITORTS, &c. lle is also pre
pared to do all kinds of Cusromeas',Wou's, for Farmers
and others, at the very shortest possible notice andin
vitas all to give urn a trial. The machinery of the
'Mill is entirely new and of the latest and 'most inr=
proved kind. By strict attention to business and 'fen
dealing lie hones to merit a share of public, patronage.
WILEAT,' RYE, CORN, OATS,' &c .,
bought, for which the highest Lebanon Market prices
will be paid. , ritANKLIN WALTER.
May 4, 18C4.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The undersigned having taken the Large n nd Comm()
diens Betel, in Pottsviim, known so the
Would respectfully announec to his old friends and for
men patrons that he Is prepared to •tteconnno
date all who otter favor blot with
The 51011TWE3t MOUSE has been newly ,upered,
painted, and refurnished throughout, and the PROPRIE
TOR feels warranted in saying that it is •
UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOTEL IN TIIF
Borough of Pottiville, for comfort and convenience.
No Pains will - be 'ASp' aed
To render it, an egreeahle„ut.ll 'coultorts4d9 stopping
place for strangers acid tide-Clem
The - Stablino' and Shedding,
Atlathed tt -, the Hotel, are sufficiently large for these
commotlittion of the horses and carriages of
” his gueSts,
'Plie Hotel is now open for the
. • Reception Of the Public.
13a. lie will be happy to accommodate all who watt
give him pall, :10SEV1l 1+E131.111,.
Pottsville. April 8,.18G3.
„:„1i : 7, ,, Thirty Dalia:-
„,,,: --% ic,b 11, ' . '• • 1 .Igr
~ s 4- FZA I tedll7,ll4Y NZ otl ; ,
..... ;..e`iTust, Received at
1 .11 . 131.,A1R'S jewelry Store,
- .14.1 t BAN ON
and Steam Planing
- 1111,11 L jIlujEL,
Located on the Steam-Rouse Road, near ' 7 elmberiatut
Street s Nast Lebanon..
rilra undersigneti respectfully inform
the public in general, that they kgo i „
manufacture and keep on band,, !"'n.
Door, Sash, Shutter, Blinds, Flooring,
Weather-Boards, 0' Goo Spring
Mouldings, of all sizes, Wash Beards. eating,' Surbacc,
Cornices,• and all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
far Houses. We also construct the latest and most im.
prorod Stair Cavihgl and Hand Railing, suitable for
large and small buildings.
. We now invite Farmers, Mechanits and Builders to
gal! and exam iumom stock Maki) ire will warrant to
giMi entire saUs fi tction toa d who may farm the under
signed with their custom..
Lebanon, -Say 4, 19t54.
S.—Thrre ir olno ell Mode of TURNING *A Mr
same itlill. _Planing, Sawing, &c., promptly done for
those who may furnish .Lumber.
Manisa tor Bounty and Invalid Pon-
Mon Claims just: printed and for ask et the Ao
-ITX MELEE Office.
.74T.FX a. GAID3.
lielmbold'a Drug and Chemical Warehouae•
NO. 694 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, and
aelinbold's Medical Depot,
1Y0..1.04 SOUTH TENTH BT., PIDIADELPIILL
BEWARE OF . COUNTERFEIT.
' FOE •ll'Elaftl3ol,Dtel
To t " 4 10 OT/IXIII
LON6ACIU & GABEL.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCITU,
A positive and Specific Remedy for diseases of the
'Madder, Sidney., Gravel and ',replant welting,'
This Medicine increases the pOWers of,digeetiee, m 2
excites the absorbents Into healthy action, by whirl ! th e
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Sorter of Disease, Wakefulness.
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Universal Lassitude, Pallid 4 .l , amenance.
These symptoms, if allowed to go on (wismt this' Medl
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FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS, Scc.,
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INSAIUTY AND CONSUMPTION?
Many are aware of the cause of thr it stnteritq, , ,lnat no:
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Ur Ban SYMPTOM .111092.
lir No Family - . ehavld be without it.
Take no Balsam, Alaintiii. or unpleasant medidne tor
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for which It ta recommended.
FLUID EXTRI:Z:I Si'iSAPARILLA,
tional diseases ;:a I -..TlAate. Of the Mood
and the only reliable Imorm remedy for
cure of Scrofula, £e,:!l Lead. Salt. 'Rheum, Palla aue
"Swellings of the Eate,3, Ulcerations of the Throat ant
Lege, rh.,p1.25 C. 3 the Thee, Tetter,tryelpetat
and all scaly Eraption.s of the Skin,
.AND DEA k' I:\G TUI GIY3LPLES.IO37
NOT A FEW
Of the worst disorders thct cf.:i et moukind arise from the
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equal In effect Ilm.anoLn's Conroe :in EITE,..CT OF SSG
s-s-Palll-ad. it cleanses and renovates the Illood,insail
the vigor of health into the system, and purges out the
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functions of the body, end eNTielsibe disoricysthat grog
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yelled on has long been sought for, and now, for the firs
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space hero does not mina of eertiataies to show iNelretti
bat tho trial of a single bottle will show to the sick that
lens its virtues surpassing anything they have ever taken
Two tablespOonsful of the Extract of Sarsaparilla adds
to a pint of Water is equal to the Lisbon Diet Drinks, as
one bottle is folly equal to u gallon of the Syrup of Sane
Farina, or Cho decoction as usually made.
BELISIBOLV6 ROSE WASEto
An excellent Letitia for diseases arising from habits 0
dissipation, used in connection with the Extracts Dude
and Sarsepn rilia, in melt diseases as recommended. Ert•
deuce cr the ost responsible and reliable character wil
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use, tr.': rr t :::c...fbanttllivinit*ritnesses, and up
ward. , " certificates and recommends
tort' IA are from the highest Betimes
sos, Clergymen, Statesmen, te
The 1 - :needed to their publication it
the ne • h. not do this from tbe fact that a
articles .' lard r'reparatioas, and do not neel
to be prepped np i.y certificates.
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Stand simple, pure, majestic, haring Fact for its basil
Induction for its pillar, and Truth alone for its Capital.
4 l_ S
n"'My Extract Eamo tiood - Puriaer ; mY Extra('
-can will act as such in all cases.
all i , c , l ll ll .„ Si t il ' rc itaitil on purely scientific principles-1
aro the most active measures of either the,
.de.ready and coact save test will be a coin
' P NWiref.their properties with those set forth in the fol
See Dispensatory of the United States. •
Set Professor DEWSES . valuable works on the Ititetio.
See remarks made by the celebrated. Dr. nrrele,
See remarks made 'by Er E£112.1.111 alcDowzr../., a eels
brated Phystc!an and llaLaber of the Royal College 42.
Surgeons, Ireland, end pub:ldled...la the. Trartaastioas a
the Sing and Queen's Journal.
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