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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 16, 1857, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaLebanon advertiser Monsieur Deckers it will be seen Hud terribly subdued his Pride of the previous Day. A a Well since it must be so i will be ready in five half an hour later the father and son were seated in the Gondola always preceded by the running Footman and like an Arrow the boat led toward the old Market place. On the 10th of july 1785, the town of Haarlem wa3.lit up by an aspect of most unusual Gayety and festival. All the ships on the canals displayed their pennants floating in the air refreshments were liberally distributed to the a poor fishermen porters and hawkers were walking about dressed in their test there were games on the water cock fights and prizes for the Best singing canaries in Short the Whoie population were delighted at the marriage of William Deckers with the Boot maker a pretty daughter. The evening of the same Day the messes. Deckers left the House of Peter Schwartz each carrying Olf his prize a treasure from the poor Artisan for the Young Man bore away in a shut up Sedan chair his pretty wife Rosy red with modesty and happiness whi�3t the Flora maniac had under his Arm his beloved tulips in Exchange for which he had thrust two Hundred thousand florins in the Corb ill de mar. Raigo. In right of proprietorship Monsieur Deckers wanted to give his name to the Flower but what can the wish of a millionaire Avail against tradition a for the Lovely Flower has always preserved its name of a my daughters marriage a which the bookmaker gave it. A my daughters marriage a was imported into France in 1817, by Monsieur Villorin senior and is to this Day one of the prettiest tulips known. Lebanon a. A wednesday september 16, 1857. A. Democratic state ticket for governor Wie Eiam f. Flicker of Lycoming county. For canal commissioner Nimrod Stricke Anh of Chester county. Foe supreme judges. Wie Eiam Strong of Berks county. James Thompson of Erie county. Rfcs the Only Pennsylvania Bank thus far discredited in consequence of the recent financial crisis is the Warren county Hank. The presi Dent and directors of the Bank have issued a circular insisting upon its solvency and their ability to redeem All liabilities. 05�?� sex gov. Ramsey has been nominated by the republicans As their candidate for governor of Minnesota. 05�?o the grand jury has Fatt to a True Bill against mrs. Cuningham on the charge of producing a fictitious heir to the Bur Deli estate. 05�?�the a a americans of Dauphin county have nominated a full county ticket. Their candidate for state senator is col. John Roberts. 05"mrs. Cunningham of new York but Dell murder and baby notoriety has been admitted to bail in the sum of $5000. 05&Quot judge Curtis one of the associate justices of the supreme court of the United states Lias resigned. Inadequacy of salary $4,500 per annul is assigned As the cause. _. 05�?othe Berks county agricultural fair will beheld at Reading commencing on wednesday october 7th. The Lancaster fair will commence at Lancaster on wednesday october 14th. 05�?�the extensive Iron manufacturing firms of Reeves Buck amp ., and Reeves Abbot amp ., at polio Nixville pa., suspended payment upon their obligations on wednesday last. A k1 Samuel j. Randall is the democratic nominee for senator in the old City of Philadelphia. For the City and county or. Isaac a Marselis is the nominee for senator James r. Ludlow judge of common pleas Albert a. Boileau recorder John Mcfad Den prothonotary. 05�?�the democratic convention of new York was held at Syracuse last week and a full ticket nominated. The proceedings were harmonious the hards and soft acting in perfect Union and Compromise. The ticket is composed of both wings of the party and beaded by Gideon j. Tucker for sect a of state. 05 or. Kintzi of Exeter Berks county recently made a pint of excellent syrup of molasses from eight common Indian Corn stalks. He Cut them off at the Root and at the ear crushed them in a cider Mill and pressed the a twice out with his hands. A quart of sap this obtained after boiling 30 min -utes,.yielded one pint of Beautiful syrup. 05�?� the last Steamer from Europe brings accounts that the Mutiny against the British in India instead of being suppressed rages with More fury than Ever Delhi the Principa stronghold of the mutineers had not fallen on the \14th of july. The British forces were seated before Agra on the st of jul considerable loss. Rebellion ing%2$riiish Rule in India is becom Powetek it also seems that both each Ottieri a their utmost to exceed the3 ?orihl0-, enlightened while. Savage Happy a Tupu mass irwing their in the latter Al dim Cannon officer so a a a pk.? we a l0 he we it evian citation a the deluded and in Many cases hypocritical sympathizers of the Happy and contented negroes miss no Opportunity of shipping them off to Liberia on the West coast of Africa. When there they Are left Cornar Ati Velv uncured for and either revert to their original Savage state or being Idle and worthless As most of them Are without a master die from starvation and disease. The accounts we have lately received from Liberia and affairs there Are now no worse than they have generally been during the last twelve years Are of the Moat heart rending character. Rev. . Horne writes from Monrovia under Date of july 9, a that the people Are in a fearful condition for the want of food Many have died from starvation and Many More will the emigrants from the states As Well As the natives Are Idle and they consume a great Deal and produce nothing. Even the missionaries and families on the country stations Are living on Green plums. The Rice is All consumed and none left for sowing. May got save is it Christian Charity and sympathy that rests the poor slave irom ins master in the South where he has plenty to eat . And contented and delivers Liun and his Freedom on a god accursed Shore to Lead a a Hort life of idleness and crime and die of starvation those that thus sin against the poor negro will have to answer before their maker but the subject of their wrongs suffers perdition in this life. 05�?oin Blair county the opposition held what they called a Union convention and nominated a Man named Patton for the legislature. After the nomination it become desirable that he should express a preference on the gubernatorial question but or. Patton declined doing so. This made he republicans furious and they swore that if he did not come out for Wilmot that they would not vote for him. The a a Meiff eans a a shortly become equally furious that if he did not declare for Hazlehurst they would drop him. So or. Patton picks up his duds and journeys to the West a hoping to be Back about the Day before the an admirable Dodge panic panic in the Money Market is the cry that fills Peoples Mouths and the columns of newspapers. Strange that people should so mis apply terms. There is no panic in the Money Market a Money being just As plenty As the panic is All in the credit Market. Its the Scarcity of credit that created the panic. Is it not so be financiers 1 on wednesday afternoon , a fatal Accident occurred in the neighbourhood of Shrewsbury York county from that prolific source of disaster the use of fire arms. It appears that we. Ii. Mcabee aged 15 years son of maj. We. Mcabee of Shrewsbury was in company with a shooting Birds in the Woods and in the of getting Over a Fence the gun in Mcabe eds hand slipped from the top rail and struck the Cap of the piece by which it was discharged the Load entering near his left Temple carrying away the Skull and brain causing his death shortly thereafter. Maj. Mcabee the father of the deceased has a situation on the Lebanon Valley rail Road and was in Lebanon at the time of the Accident,1 whither his lady had also gone to make preparations for removal to this Borough in october. A woman named mrs. George Moore a resident of upper st. Clair township Allegheny county a. Who had for some time been parted from her hus1 band returned to live with him recently when some of the Young men of the township thinking her character not irreproachable seized her on the night of the 31st ult., Rind covered her with a coat of Coal tar and feathers. She left that neighbourhood next Day. A Lambert the pedestrian completed the feat walking a thousand Miles in a thousand hours we believe the second time it was Ever accomplished a Boyl Ston Hall Boston about half past two of clock on tuesday morning. His 997th mile was made in 22 minutes 10 seconds 998th in 23 minutes 15 seconds 999th in 21 minutes 15 seconds and the 1000th mile in about 25 minutes. John Jacob Werner of Hagerstown md., who in 1849, attempted to destroy his whole family with a Tomahawk killing two of his children wounding two others including wife and afterwards Cut Bis own Throat has recently been left a legacy by a deceased relative in Germany amounting to $80,000, which ins surviving heirs have claimed and Wilt doubtless obtain. A be w Days ago. Several free negroes were put up at auction in Norfolk county and sold to labor for a term sufficient to liquidate their taxes. Singular to relate four of them were purchased by a slave in Portsmouth who Felt quite Prou d of the distinction. The agricultural Bank of Tennessee at Brownsville has failed. Its principal stockholder was a. J. Stevens of Iowa where its circulation mainly was a he broke and the Bank went with him. There is a Good time coming. A lot of molasses changed hands last week in Boston at 43 cents a gallon for which a Short time previous 72 cents was refused ,. S in 1855 the Quantity of wheat imported by Gre at Britain from the United states was 126,098 bushels in 1856, 2,483,653 bushels. The Lancaster Cotton midd no. 2 has been sold % David Longenecker to gen. Robert Patterson of Philadelphia. The Price paid was about $169,000. Among the new counterfeits Are 5�?Ts on the Burlington Bank of new Jersey altered from los Vignette View of Steamboat in the Centre of the note. The camels in use in the Southwest expedition Are reported to be doing Well and answering every expectation. Sugar fell in Price at retail in Boston from three to four cents a Pound during the past week. 1 tie past and present. It is not of Brilliant achievements of remarkable acts of philanthropy or of consummate wickedness that we purpose to write in drawing a contrast Between the past and the present but of that which furnishes Power to the inner Man to fight the Battles of since prices have attained such extraordinary rates it must be interesting to the Reader to see that there was an epoch not a great Many years since when food was at reasonable or Low rates. A few Days since we past an hour in looking Over an old Day Book of 1844, and found the prices of everything so much below the present rates that we would have been disposed to doubt the facts had we not seen the figures As recorded . Some of them we shall give and compare them with prices of to Day july. 1844 butter so it. 08 Bacon sides a a a do hams u 08 lard u 00 tallow it 07 potatoes a 50 apples 50 july. 1s57 16 12 16 12 12 1.00 1.00. July. 1844 dried do. 62% do. Peaches 1.00 Apple butter Crook 25 eggs Doz. 07 vinegar Gal 12% flour bbl. 4.25 july. 1857 2.25 3.00 a to 25 8.50 the prices of. Food and fuel in the same year present almost an equal disparity november. July. 3844. 1857 beef front or. 3.25 9.00 do Hind or 4.25 10-00 Fork a Green 4,2o 0.00 Cora by. 40 90 Brown sugar 0o% 11 Juo Lusses. A. Syrup Gal 70 90 1 bus it will be seen november 1844 molasses. Oris 3a Hickory Wood $ Cord 3.95 Oak Wood. 2.75 Coal Loa 3 00 Bills Box 25 july. 1857 67j� 4.50 3 j0 .4.50 3 that two thirds of the food most needed and of daily consumption in every family is at least one Hundred per cent higher now than it was Ihil teen years ago. Fuel is a full average of thirty per cent higher and of All the articles enumerated there is but one that has remained stationary and that is pills a line. Sex. 05�?o As a Nota Bena to the above we that the Price of newspapers As Well As pills has remained Sta Leonary. A years subscription Price was then $1.50, precisely the Price of the Doe Ritser at this very Day. For the advertiser. And evening at Mac. Washington College. This flourishing institution under the personal supervision of its gentlemanly president the Rev. Geo. Lewis Staley was on last Friday evening the nucleus of Bright faces Happy hearts and most melodious sounds. The College itself gloaming out like a Graceful Temple upon a Parn Assian height shaded by tall Trees that guard it faithfully from solos too ardent rays is a crowning ornament to Seeney varied and picturesque to a High degree. Two ample verandas extending entirely around the building afford the a nips opportunities for exercise at All seasons while in please it weather Beautiful grounds intersected by winding walks leading far away into the Depths of the tool Shady Grove invite to meditation and afford Many find Points of View to gratify the Lover of nature. And cultivate his artistic taste. At the foot of the Hill a Clear Lake is Ever reflecting Panorama of shifting views mirroring the Rosy Clouds of Early morn or the Vesper Star Bright Herald of nights regal train j flashing out amid the gathering shadows of eve like a burning jewel upon its dark bosom. The House was brilliantly lighted and the Large reception Hall bad been fitted up for the accommodation of a number of guests who were invited to participate in the Soiree. There was the sound of Gay glad voices and a Large number of Bright Happy looking girls entered the nearly All contributed some share to the entertainment seating themselves with ease and Grace at their instruments and acquitting themselves in a Styls that evinced a High degree of cultivation. Several qua tettes for two pianos elicited the warmest encomium. Selections from a Norma a u2iobertle Diable a som no Bula a and other operas. A the last Rose of summer a a meet me by Moonlight a by two Young iridies with piano and guitar accompaniment amp a. A spirited Trio on flute piano and violin by three professors inspired the liveliest emotions of pleasure in every heart. All acquitted themselves in a manner that might have put to the Blush tinny a caterer to Public taste. To attempt to discriminate would be like thriving the Apple of discord among the celestial rivals for none was a fairest a where nil were these a Oices Are held once a month and tend to bring into action All the talents of the pupils stimulating them to exertion and aiding effectually in overcoming a the awkward embarrassment so often detracting from the real Merit of a Fine performer giving them the Graceful Case which is so necessary1 to represent accomplishments in their True Light and which is so essential to True dignity. After the exercises refreshments were passed round then the guests dispersed As tie Gong sounded for Church Devotion. To lib Reading of some selection of scripture by the pastor tie singing of a hymn and prayer Iri which the pupils joined while. The soft Light shed a faint and starry radiance through the gloom and the deep stillness Down on Bright Young Sheads with All their clustering locks untouched by care and bowed As Flowers Are bowed by night in prayer. The Good nights were repented and the linger ers departed wishing in their hearts Success to it. Washington College. A s Baltimore ., my. A visitors religions notices. Preaching next Sabbath morning and a cuing in the methodist episcopal Church. 1 English preaching next Sabbath morning in the re formed Church. German preaching next Sabbath evening in the Emanuel a Church of the evangelical association. English preaching next Sabbath morning and German in the afternoon at 5 of clock in Zions lutheran Church. Religious services next sunday in Salem a lutheran Churchin the morning in the German and in the evening in the English language. The pastor of tie moravian Church having been requested to be present at the Corner Stone laying at Jonestown next sunday morning there will be no service in the moravian Church. A Harrod by the Rev. H. S. Miller. William a carry to Catharine h. Ble ing both of Dauphin county. On the 15th inst by the Rev. F. W. Ivr Emer or. Simon Snavely to miss Veronica Snavely both of Cornwall to. This county. A on thursday August 5thr in Hummelstown. By the Rev. J. F. Brob3t, or. John 1. Gerhard to miss Amanda 33. Lowry both of Lebanon Borough. ? a on the 18th ult by the Rev. To. Ii. Leinbach Jacob Shoemaker of Jackson to miss Lavina Wolf on the 20th ult., by the same or. Israel Bomberger to miss Leah Smith both of Lebanon county. On the 25thjult., by the same Henry Zeller of Milt 1 Creek,.to miss Sophia Hagle of Lancaster county. On the 27 the ult by the same Percivel Zerbe to miss Carolina Schreiber both of Newmanstown Lebanon . On the 5th., inst by the same Henry Lutz to miss Malinda Daub both of Lebanon . Died a in be band on the 10th inst., William p., son of Thomas t. And Elizabeth Williams aged i yr., 7 m., 7d. On the 12th inst., in Annville Alice Elizabeth daughter of Daniel h. And Ellen Heilman aged 4 mo., 9d. On the 7 the inst., in Millcreek towns Lff or. John Zimmerman in the 70th year of his age. Of the 12th inbt., in this Borough Sarah Ann Ritsch Ard aged 21 years 4 month anti 18 Days. On who 29th ult in Uei Duberg. Catharine Miller daughter of George Miller Dee d., aged o7 years. 3 mo., and 9 Days. On the 20th August in Heidleberg township Lebanon ., or. John Goscher aged about 05 years. On the 5th inst., in Bethel tp., Lebanon ., or. Michael ii an aged about 87 years. On the 16th ult., in North Annville Sarah daughter of John and Mary Roger aged 6 months. On the 25th ult., Mary Ann daughter of the late Daniel and Mary Ney aged 18 years 6 months and 12 Days. On the 25th ult., in East Liu Nover Baum no ., or Henry Snellenberger aged 60 years 1 month amp 15 Days. A on the 26th,ult., in Fredericksburg mrs. Mary i Luxlor widow of the late Daniel Bixler aged 72 years. On the 27 the ult., in Bethel mrs. A Ritz aged 55 . On Ibe 29th ult., in Bethel or. Martin Meily aged74 Deora 6 months anff28�?~d�y&. A ,. New a d v Ert is e me it s. Rufo a a Washington press of middling size is offered for Sale at this office very cheap the Price is $60. Sepals and Tibt. Politicians Are All in doubt As to who will he our next governor. A few weeks More and that question will be placed beyond All controversy. Meanwhile no one has expressed a doubt that Tho most Beautiful and Best made clothing worn is sold at the cheap establishment of Reizenstein k bro., leb.,sept. Id �?T57. Opposite the court hous e. Special notices. J25t soda water Guilford amp Lemberger have now got in full operation their new and splendid soda water Fountain where the Public will find soda water of the very Best Quality equal to any obtained in the cities or elsewhere. Every person should read the advertisement of Grindles celebrated magic compound and ancient japanese life pills which appear alternately in another column. They Are the most successful remedies in the world i try them and be cured. This is to certify that i have made but one application of the magic Oil on my fingers which have been drawn from contraction of the cords brought on by rheumatism. It was of seventeen months standing and i am now entirely cured. I cheerfully recommend it to Alt afflicted likewise. J. M. Finfrock Harrisburg 72 Locust Street. White Teeth perfumed breath and Beautiful complexion can be acquired by using the a Balm of a thousand what la by or gentleman would remain under the curse of a disagreeable breath when by using the a Balm of a thousand Flowers a As a dentifrice would not Only Render it Sweet but leave the Teeth White of Alabaster Many persons do not know their breath is Trad and the subject is so delicate their friends will never mention it. Beware of counterfeits. Be sure each bottle is signed fett Aldge amp ., n. Y. For Sale by Guilford amp Lemberger and All druggists. Feb. 18, 1856.-6m. A amp a the greatest discovery of the is Seldom that we notice Patent medicines restoratives or any thing of the kind for we have a prejudice against most of them. But Candor compels us to invite attention to the advertisement of prof. Woods hair restorative la this paper j we Are too juvenile to require any thing of the kind but some instances of its use have come to knowledge which assure us that it is Sovereign remedy against the hair becoming prematurely Gray. It is not a a hair Dye a but upon its application As directed the effect is produced on the skin which brings out a the original native coloured hair without stiffness and gives it a Glossy and natural . Rep. Are sometimes almost unable to describe our symptoms and do not know Whaff ails us. We find ourselves nervous weak and physically pros trn feed. We have a terrible sinking at the pit of the Stoma he a feverish brow fetid breath and a gloomy foreboding mind. Such symptoms arise from a disorganized stomach and diseased liver. Hostetter a vegetable stomach bitters arc so peculiarly adapted to these symptoms that they give us an appetite impart tone and Igor to the sys Tern and in every respect build up broken Down invalids. They a re peculiarly adapted to weak and Delie Atefi May is. Sept. 16, 57�?im. Emanuel Reigart agent North West Corner of Market and water streets Lebanon a. Aug. 5, 1857.�?lm. A Holloway stomach in some of its diseased conditions turns the food it receives to Poison. It supplies the veins with a fiery principle which creates inflammation. The Livor sympathies with it and produces acrid bile. From these causes result diarrhoea dysentery inflammation of the bowels congestion of the brain affections of the to croat and lungs and numberless external disorders. Yet there is nothing easier than to relieve a disordered stomach and restore the digestive Powers to perfect health and vigor. Holloway spills upon All the machinery employed in la at wonderful chemical process by which aliment is changed into blood. A course of this prep ration is a Radical cure for indigestion and All the disorders of t he towels to which it leads. Rats poaches insects bed bugs. Costar s rat. Roach tyc., exterminator costar s bed Bug exterminator. Costar s electric powder for ants. . The Only infallible remedies known costar sends by mail prepaid a Sample Box of the stat. Toach amp a. Sex. To any address in the v. A. On receipt of $1, or Tho electric powder for 6�c. The bed Bug sex. Being a liquid cannot be sent by mail costar will furnish druggists dealers and store keepers a $10 Sample package of his various preparations assorted with circulars Bills posters �e., on receipt of $5, leaving bal. Of $5 due when sold in order that they May test their merits. See advertisement. For circulars c., address a costar a no. 388 Broadway n. Y. Aug. 26-lm. Lebanon female Seminary. The third session of the a a Lebanon female Seminary will commence the first Day of september a cart. It is earnestly requested that parents Send their daughters should do so at the commencement of the session. Legh r. By usher principal. A Modeste decamps teacher of French and mime. Lebanon july 29, 1857. A Railroad omnibus. An omnibus belonging to the undersigned will be daily at the depot on the arrival of Tho cars to take passengers and their baggage to any part of Lebanon and Vicinity. Persons leaving by Tho cars will have Tho omnibus Call at their residences in time for the cars by giving previous notice at mrs. Rises hotel. The patronage of the citizens of Lebanon and surrounding country is respectfully solicited. July 15, 57-3m. Louis Suter. A a Ewe fax a press Quot the subscriber has made arrangements for running a daily express in connection with his freight line on Philadelphia and Reading and Lebanon Valley railroads and is prepared to Forward packages Money jewelry and other valuables daily each Way Between Philadelphia. Reading a. Each express in charge of a special messenger by passe Tiger trains. All orders promptly delivered Abd goods forwarded Witti the greatest despatch at reduced rates. Mark �11 goods care of Albright a freight line or express is parties ordering May intend. Offices 311 race Sirot Philadelphia Corner of and Penn streets Reading at sinking Springs Womelsdorf Myers town and at Or stiff a Cumberland Street Lebanon. A Albright. N. Lino of six boats running Between Philadelphia and Pottsville to carry merchandise and freight generally. Schweitzer amp ., 65 North wharves Philada a Chestnut Street wharf Reading. July 29,1s57�?tf. Important to business men 1 Speed increased and Bates of freight reduced the Howard express . Have made arrangements with the Lebanon Valley r. R. Co., to Forward goods packages moneys <fcc., in charge of their own special messenger from Philadelphia and Reading by passenger train a merchants wishing their goods forwarded inn actually and with despatch will consult their own interests by patronizing the express . Orders for goods to be returned by express will to delivered in Philada a free of charge. Persons having remittances of Money to make to any part of the u. S. Or Canadas will find the express Tho Only Safe Mode of conveyance. Office no 4 Eagle building Lebanon pa., and 248 Chestnut st., below 3d st Philada a. John Ulrich agent july 22, �?T57. For Howard express . Hoffman Immel of s Lebanon county Ali a \ s pm r i a Toiv line by Kiou canal and Lebanon Flauey Railroad. This link consists of 22 first class boats running Between Philadelphia Baltimore a my Ell other Points along the Union Schuylkill tide water and Pennsylvania canals. Or bigots contracted for at the lowest possible rates and delivered with dispatch. The proprietors will particular attention and attend personally to Tho receiving and delivery of freights. Shippers and merchants can rely on having their goods delivered in Good condition and with promptness and dispatch at Low rotes. One of the firm will particular attention to goods shipped by the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Goods will be sent daily to and from Philadelphia to Lebanon Myerstown Annville Jonestown and All other Points in the information apply at their office in North Lebanon or at the Lebanon Valley r. It. Depot. Edward Mare their agent in Philadelphia will always be found at w. H. Bush a merchants hotel North third Street Philada a. A Lebanon aug. 12, �7-3m. P. , Rye Corn Oats amp seeds bought for Cash. H. L 4 two Independent candidates. He a Ftfe resigned would respectfully inform _ the citizens of Lebanon and Vicinity that they will at All times be found ready to accommodate to bpm in anything which belongs to their business a bib is painting glazing and Papell hanging. They warrant All Scheir work. By strict attention to business they Hope to secure a share of Public patronage. Orders for work can be be Fatwai re amp red Elk a Book store where they will be promptly attended to. At the latter place too can Besecny a Large assortment of neat k Chaste designs of Ivall ceiling and Hall papers selected by them from one. Of the most extensive establishments in the City of Philadelphia. Sept. 2, ?57-3m. Thompson amp Stoud. Farmers amp mechanics foundry and machine shop she undersigned would respectfully invite the pit attention of their friends and the Public in general to the fact that they Are prepared the coming season to manufacture and have on hand the largest and Best assortment of farming implements Ever offered to the Farmers of this county such As Wheeler s improved railway horse Powers and threshers Manny s combined reaper and Mower with Wood s latest improvements lemans farm. Mill Grain drills and fans Burley s Patent Harrow and clod Cutter Corn ploughs and planters portable cider Mills Clover pullers Corn Sellers fodder Straw and Hay cutters it . the above machines Are of the latest and Best improvements and Are All warranted to give satisfaction. Also castings of All kinds made to order and at Short notice. Particular attention paid to repairing and charges reasonable. Farmers will do Well to Call and examine our before purchasing elsewhere As they will find it to their advantage to Purchase machines manufactured in their own county. A a All orders or communications by mail will be promptly attended to. A. Major amp brother. July 1,1857. Lebanon Lebanon ., a. Jeremiah Boas Geo. G Asser. Josiah gentle. Lebanon county stea1i planing Mill. Boas Gasser amp Gettle wish to inform the citizens of Leb non county and neighbouring noun ties that they Are now in full operation and Are prepared to do All kinds of Carpenter work machinery such As flooring boards weather boarding Sash doors window of door frames shutters blinds planing scrolls sawing and any other kind of sawing which May he wanted to suit builders. The subscribers beg leave to inform the Public that they have the latest and Best improved machinery in the county such As Woodworth s planer &q., and that they Are Able to produce As Good work As the county Ean produce. A. None but the Best and Well seasoned lumber will be used. Carpenters and builders Are invited to Call and examine their ready made Stock which they will always keep on hand and judge for themselves. Their shop is on Pinegrove Road near Phreaner s old foundry. Lebanon june 17 57. Elijah g. Gabel. Jacob Gabel. Lebanon. Door and Sash manufactory located on the steam House Road near Cumberland Street East Lebanon. The undersigned respectfully inform the Public in general that they a my have added largely to their former pm a establishment and also have All kinds of the latest and Best improved machinery in the state in full operation such As Woodworth s flooring $c., for conducting the general business for planing scrolls sawing., <c., fyc., and the experience acquired by e. Longaker and j. ,during their connection with , Sash and lumber Trade for a number of years past affords full Assurance of their ability in connection with j. Gabel to select Stock suitable to the wants of and Sash business in this state. Go they now offer to mechanics and Farmers generally upon favourable terms a judiciously assorted Stock of doors Sash jsc., from the Best lumber manufactories in the state feeling confident that their assortment is not to be excelled by any other establishment in the state in regard to exactness in size Quality or finish and is calculated to afford thorough satisfaction to All those who May favor the undersigned with their custom. The following list comprises the leading articles of Stock on hand a doors of All sizes Sash of All sizes door frames for Brick and Frame houses window frames for Brick and Frame houses shutters of All sizes Architraves blinds of All sizes casings from3 to 6 in. All kinds mouldings Subbase o. G. Spring moulding of All sizes Wash boards. Longacre Gabel amp brother. Lebanon july 15,1857. P. , sawing &c., promptly done for those furnishing the lumber e s h 3 o it r w perfumer v. Guilford amp Lemberger glad Aatos of pharmacy and practical apothecaries and chemists offer to the Public a Large and carefully selected Stock of drugs medicines chemicals Dye stuffs oils Spiees perfumery toilet articles Flavouring extracts tobacco and cigars pure wines and liquors for medical purposes with everything in their line As druggists perfumers and vendors of fancy articles which to can confidently recommend to families physicians country merchants and dealers As being fresh pure and prepared in the Best All the new preparations chemicals and Patent medicines. Horse and cattle medicines. The largest assortment of trusses single and double for children and persons of every age and for every variety of rupture carefully fitted and adjusted if desired. Abdominal supporters. A All orders correctly answered and physicians prescriptions and family receipts carefully compounded. Country merchants and dyers will find it to their advantage to buy of Guilford t Lemberger. La put please Call and get one of our circulars printed in both English and German m which you will find a list of most of the articles and preparations kept by us. Guilford amp Lemberger s Dane store is opposite the Market House. July 29, ho7. A Lebanon a. Bulls begot Mistura for piles Ietter ringworm and for any eruption or excoriate on of the skin whether on the head face arms or other parts of the body. Old ulcers or sores and pimples on the face May be speedily cured by the use of tie Recto Mistura. To those especially that Are suffering irom. The riles we offer a sure Rev. Or. Enterline Tastor German Church Cor. Conway and Sharp streets for the Benefit of the offi cited i feel it a duty to state what a Bleesing Medicine known by the name of a Bull s Recto Mistura a has been to me. I have been afflicted with the Hies for eight years during which time i tried my own remedies As a practitioner and Many others but without Success. Having heard of or. Bulls pile remedy i tried it and though fused but one half bottle i can say that i am perfectly cured. I also used it in a violent Case of tetter which extended Over the whole body and in less than two weeks it disappeared Aud the skin became clean and smooth i strictly adhered to the directions. Samuel ent Jurline sold wholesale und retail by S. Raber druggist Lebanon pa., sole agent for Lebanon county. Nen24, j ls57.-ly. Sop Hairway Sintora Tinl Weiser machine works opposite the Lebanon Valley r. R. Depot Lebanon Lebanon county a. We. Amp L. Weimer proprietors manufacture steam engines from i to 300 Borse Power of the latest styles and patterns with All the modern improvements. Aiso Superior portable engines with link motion Volvo gear mounted on wheels for saw Mills Wood sawing and hoisting purposes. Particular attention is called to our Small upright engines for printers druggists and persons wanting a Smalla Mounton Power. They take up a very Small space and can be put up in a room As a household fixture. Also blowing engines and machinery for Anthracite and other blast furnaces of improved construction. Forge hammers of L. Weimers patents rolling Mill sawing planing and flouring Mill fixtures mining pumps hoisting machinery for mines and Stone quarries Railroad cars Iron Bridges shafting hangers pulleys turning lathes Drill presses planing machines brass Stop Cocks valves and brass fixtures Globe steam valves of All sizes and machinery and castings of every description. Also boilers of any size form and weight made of the Best material by Well known and experienced workmen smoke stacks water tanks Gas flues Heaters and Sheet Iron work of every description. Our boiler sheets Are All tested by dividing them into squares of 2 inches and hammering each Square any imperfection is thus detected and the faulty Sheet rejected this is prac tired in very few shops in this Eon try also a Stock of wrought Iron pipe for steam Gas and water with All the necessary fixtures constantly on hand and put up at the shortest notice and on most reasonable terms. Iron brass and composition Metal castings made to order at the shortest notice. A repairing attended to with promptness and despatch. A gang of boiler makers always ready for boiler repairs 1 Blacksmith work made to order. Js3s orders respectfully solicited. A11 communications by mail or otherwise attended to with despatch and work delivered to Railroad or canal free of charge. , L. Weimer. Lebanon february 4, �1857. Has worked of amp Iraclis. Semi heat All the Bald and Gray cart fee restored perfectly 62d to original growth and color does not admit of a doubt besides it will cure every possible disease of the Scalp whether developed As Dandruff itching or in the shape of cutaneous eruptions even scald head and in no possible Case will of curing As if by magic nervous or periodical headache and if used twice by the Young regularly it will preserve the color and keep the hair from falling to any imaginable age. Read and judge. A. Millford Worcester ., mass.,nov. 1s55. Prof. 0. J. Wood Bear Siri take pleasure in bearing voluntary testimony to the3nagic effects of your wonderful hair. Restorative. A As far Back As 1836. My hair commenced falling off until the top of my Scalp became Bald and smooth a Glass and it has continued to fall for a great Many years notwithstanding i have used Many celebrated preparations for restoration. Seeing your advertisement i was induced to give your article a trial and to my utter astonishment found after a few applications that my hair became firmly set and assumed a Glossy and Vieau Alful appearance and by the time i had used a quart bottle my Bald head was covered Over with a Young and vigorous growth of hair which is now from one to two inches in length and growing fast. Yours truly. Henry Goodrich. A a. Charlestown mass aug. 9,1s55. Gents a nothing but a duty and sympathy that i feel to communicate to others that Are afflicted As i have been would induce me to give this pub he acknowledgement of the Benefit i have received from professor Woods hair restorative. When i first commenced using it my hair was quite Gray and in spots entirely Balds i have now used the restorative about five months and my hair is entirely changed to its original color Brown and the new hair is Over three inches in length on the spots where it was Bald. I have also been much gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor of the hair which before was dry and it has ceased to come out As formerly. Respectfully yours ac., mrs. B. A. Stoddard. From mrs. Ingalls a Well known nurse in Boston. Boston october 19th, 1555. Gents at your request and being to highly pleased with the effects of the restorative 1 am free to state that my hair had become quite thin and entirely White. 1 have for the last five years been in the habit of using dyes hut hearing of the extraordinary effects of this article i was induced to try it. My Huir has been restored to its original thickness and also to its former color which is Light Brown. Yours respectfully _. Mrs. Ingalls. The follow my is from the pastor of the orthodox Church. Brookfield. Brookfield mass., Jan. 12.1s55. Quot prof. Wood dear sir having made trial of a a or unit restorative it gives me pleasure to say that its effects have been excellent in removing inflammation Dandruff and a constant tendency to itching with which i have been troubled from my childhood and has also restored the hair which was becoming Gray to its original color. I have used no other article with ant blog like the same pleasure and profit. Yours triv. A a j. A Bragg. From the Jersey City Telegraph what is it for this Woods hair restorative a is a question asked daily by hundreds. We answer without hesitation or fear of contradiction that it is the Only article known which will do All it promises for the attn in hair. It will renew its growth it will Stop jts fall ing i twill restored natural color 2 it is Dot a hair Dye but a speedy and efficacious restorative. For Sale. I Loub Corn Oats a middling Salt by the bag Brae at tie Gonesee Mills of _ a. _ Myers Ashour Jan. 7, 1857. Lebanon w anted at the Genesee Mills in tie Borough of Leha non wheat Cork Rye Oats in any Quantity for which the highest Market prices will be paid in Cash by january 7, 1857. Myers amp sh0�or. Wanted twelve Good flour barrel Coopers at the a Genesee Mills in Lebanon to whom constant so Gfa Dawnee win to 8ven a one but sober and steady workmen need apply. Jannay 7,18$7t a Yeats amp shout pc o. J. W00d amp ., proprietors. 312 Broadway x. 314 Market Street st. Louis Missouri. For Sale m Lebanon at Guilford Lejk bergers drug store. Also by All responsible druggists july 1,�?T57-sm r. Raber h. Kavit 4. 3. Rader Raber st Bros. This new firm Are holding out great inducements by their splendid assortment of Spring and summer goods which they Are Selling off very cheap. Their assortment of ladies dress goods is hard to heat having All the new styles whirl Are All Well selected. Among them you will find Lamertine decals Oriental Lustre chinese cloth printed Lama silk tissue Fig a Crape de Paris Terege Robes Plain tissues and Bertges Blok and fancy Silks very cheap and Verj handsome Challis D. Lains Terege , Gingham lawns brilliants Lustres and a variety of other fancy dress goods. Tie ladies Are especially invited to Call and see the new goods. April 22,1s55. _ Call and see the. Dry goods grocery amp crockery at the a Farmers store Leonard Zimmerman informs his Friend and the Public that he has just received a net Stock of goods for the Spring Trade which will he found As cheap As any Stock of the kind in this town consisting of All such goods As arc Quot usually kept in a first class store. Particular attention is Given to Staple goods for the country Trade not neglecting the fancy articles for ladies Wear such As lakes lawns edgings in Der sleeps handkerchiefs <6c./ _ gentlemen Are invited to examine his cloths Cassimeris Casin cts tweeds summer cloths fancy and other vesting velvets cords a. In the grocery department May Tsey of found a splendid assortment of every need in the family a Coffee sugar spices teas Mackerel a. In crockery the Stock is Well selected. Leonard Zimmerman. Jsse the highest Market Price will be paid for country produce. Lebanon april ,22, is57. Gold a old a old. A m he greatest offer m Gold pens Gold pencils Gold Ajaj chains and Gold watches even made. Bead the following a a splendid Gold Premium Worth from five to one Hundred dollars positively Given to any person who can spare one Day in or one hour in a Day getting up clubs of subscribers inh sown and adjoining neighbourhood for the Best and most popular family newspaper now published. No expense no outlay no capital required of agents. An entire new plan is proposed by which any person can succeed in making it a paying business who will undertake the Agency. A private circular for the inspection of agents Only with full list of premiums will be sent to any one who desires it on receipt of a stamp to return postage. Some agents have corned a Hundred Dollar Gold watch in one week every family should read at least one newspaper from new York City without interfering with their local papers which of course cannot and should not be dispensed with. But new York being the great commercial and business Centre of this continent no Farmer Mechanic professional Mau or merchant is properly prepared for the emergencies of his calling unless he is in communication with new York City by Means of one of its first class newspaper mediums. Such a medium is our a Ledger a Neutral in polities but giving All the facts items of news and thrilling incidents Worth knowing through out the country. A a valuable gift. Each new subscriber will receive with the first no. Of who does not know a a. That. \. Henry Stine have the 7 largest cheapest and Best selected Stock of Spring and summer goods for ladies and gentlemen now open. In Lebanon we would respectfully invite our Aumer Ous customers and friends to Call and see oar splendid new Stock of Spring and summer goods we have just opened arid Are constantly receiving by express. Our Stock consists of a full assortment of the most fashionable dress goods for ladies and gentlemen so Wear Mantilla shawls bonnets Bonnet ribbons mitts collars sleeves belts ac., for ladies also hats handkerchiefs stocks stockings gloves c., for men All kinds of Domestic dry goods Queens Are Oil cloths carpets Muslin shades a. Also a Complete assortment of ready made clothing which we Are Selling at very Low prices. Give us an Earl v Call. May a 1357. Henry a Stine. Lebanon Valley Eai Iskold excursion. As the time is drawing near when the trip will take place on the Railroad to that wonder of wonders the Niagara Falls we would remind the citizens of Lebanon county before this trip takes place that it will he necessary to Supply themselves with Alt kinds of fashionable dry goods so As in suit desirable for the occasion and therefore would advise All such As wish to Rig themselves off and appear As Young America to Call at the wonderful b e e Iii v b now is the time for every person to Call and examine that wonderful Bee hive under the Mammoth portico. The Peculiar construction and Tho enormous Stock of Honey will be to every persons interest to is universally admitted to be agreeable to the taste of every person and the proper place to Petit is known to be the Bee hive consequently every person desiring their taste suited need but remember that the Bee hive is the Placo to Call. The superiority of this great hive aside from the enormous Stock constantly in store is also evident from the fact that those bees assume quite a different disposition with regard to their gatherings to what other uce ado instead of driving visitors away by flying at them in a haughty manner and humming some unintelligible language in their ears and Send to bpm away lament ing and crying with disappointment and pain for having to leave without getting a bit of Good Honey and being badly Stu Rig in the they arc kindly disposed to solicit the Friendship and cherish the visits of neighbors and strangers and Endeavor in every Way to treat them with inducements that will make that in Call Oonah main they cheerfully dispose it fairy Quantity of to licit Sweet Stock at trifling prices and never fail in sending away customers laughing and rejoicing with the great bargains and frequently exclaiming with overwhelming Joy a behold this is Tho place for Honey in it will also be found that the bees of this great hive have not Chen lying Idle during the Winter and particularly since the first appearance of summer when a portion of them immediately flew off to the flowery East where their gatherings never failed to be the most Choice of theseas on. Having just returned Friori their third tour this Spring from the City they a re prepared to show their numerous friends the handsomest selections Ever brought to this Borough Ein braking in variety a collection of every article in their line that necessity fancy and fashion can in Short their store is Complete and an invitation is extended to All who believe in the truth of Honey being Sweet or value the satisfaction of having their taste suited. Step into the Bee hive store. The Large swarms that Are continually moving fro in and out around and about is another evidence that their labors Havo not vain or remain unappreciated by a patronizing Public. The merits of this great hive have not Only become apparent at Home but its Fame is also fast spreading itself throughout the land. George Ashelle Bergee. Lebanon june .10, l8q7. He we have obtained the exclusive Agency for this country. This a improvement of the present age and is the Only Pencil Ever Marl that will write with Ink making it Toth Apen ands of the finest Quality at the same time. It will lost Ftp years and for practical use is Worth More than and Mem pen in the Market. Y Gold for list of premiums and full particulars,.address a Hall a West publishers new York cite these pencils supplied to the trifle at a profitable do a a Hyto. Aus.26.-s7. Mile 8aw-Mill. And a \6 8 acres of land private Sale. The subscriber being desirous of Selling his merchant and Giust Mill together with his saw Mill and sixty two Aeres of land takes the present Opportunity of informing the Public that he has one of the Best Mill properties in the county of Lebanon situate one fourth of a mile from Jonestown on the Swatara Creek and one half Faser mile from the Union canal at Jones this Mil Lias been newly my a a i gig remodeler. With the Best of Bevel and everything in the Best a Sessy Soror la for either country or merchant the land us in a High state of cultivation it being lately limed with one Hundred Bushes to the acre and is All under new fences. And a of son wishing to View said property Catoc Autt the Mill for information or on the subscriber two he Jonestown an indisputable title will i Payne a a Smau Advance on the property at the time Possession i Given the Hal a of a amp it payment Fotiu Ttoe a Al i. To Martin Wengert Swatara tp., december 31, 1856,-tf, hello o l what fun. Tote will have something new for Quot v. A great Fox Chrise will come off this week and every person in the county is invited to attend it tall men and Small tall women and Small big Hoys and Little ones big girls and Little ones Young men and old Young ladies and old ones turn about and wheel about and run after this Fox and try to Eatch my wont that he fun. But do not forget to Call at. James Pfleger its Bro s new cheap fity goods. And grocery store in the Borough of Lebanon. You to of time As the Fox Chase comes off in the afternoon at 2 o clock therefore you will have a Good Chance of visiting and seeing their stocks of a Spring amp summer goods which they have received from new York and Philadelphia and will sell tremendously cheap. There is not the slightest doubt in my mind hut that their goods will cause As much real excitement As Well As profit in the Borough i and to Unity around is this great Fox therefore do not forget to visit j. M. Pfleger a Bra s store and great will be your fun and Verajr great your gain. Yours most respectfully apr in 1s5l j. Cd. P. Amp s. M. P. North Lebanon ahead w1tidan. It ref assortment of 1 cheap dry goods groceries Queens Are pfc. V by Funck it bro., at tub. Mansion House in Jorth Lebanon. Who invite the attention of purchasers to their very extensive Stock of fresh goods embracing every variety of dress goods for ladies and gentlemen which they Are prepared to offer to reliable and prompt customers at the lowest rates guaranteeing every reasonable satisfaction f lease examine before purchasing elsewhere. Jacob k. Funck april 22, 1857. John k. Funcke

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