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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

c- t_^T~ >•'- "¦ I _^Rne re could Since Eden was pj_^ .fc _^t be no Paradise _tojg_^j_^ adyige . m_^be mad_^ _^ _j|8m ¦ b. _,P _/. ?"pfts at home, give to the fc _, _*8 _ypibo$e which are to spare. Pros _^_jjjF perity i _& no just scale; ad-^fsity. is the only true balance to weigh ri&irds_^in,, 0_^ Th_*-wfiJth of & cottage ia t&i_»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Wanted to Hire not Purchase.^—Tb« Buffalo Express tells a good, story _hf i Quaker who was charged _fhe exhbrbi tant sum of seventeen _SbllaVs for. ahors« and buggy for a! short drive, anq! _ujpbi being presented with the bill simply re marked—"Thoti: _niistakest me. IjM not wish to _jjqrc||i| thy _^_steblishji _^ bill I only wi«_lrK5-! nlrr?l:V ' ' _' " ' jP _^-.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Rather Ffenchy.—A late French pa» per notes the discovery, at _Plombferes. Louis Napoleon's residence of an old Roman bath room with its bronze tap and pipe in such perfect preservatlgif' that when ihe _^ eoek was turned H|flfOiJ ter'came on immediately. It_^1 _^^ _M to be 14tf{) veafcsbld_. _^_T

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

ISAAC _HOSIER, _, Purveyor and cdNf in i/^_FFICJB Cnraborland street, opposite the U " Eagle Hotel," Lebanon, Pa. - Lebanon, April 22, lUt,-lj.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Q_3_T Innocence is a flower which with' er9 when touched, but blooms not again though watered with teats. The Countei' fifct Three. " I say, Tom, here's'a pretty good counterfeit "three. If yon'Il pass it, I'll divide." ' * ,-" Let's see the plaste ~ r,'* "aaia Tom, and after examining ft carefully, put it in his vest pockefremarking : ' It is an _etjual division, one dollar and a Half apiece." "Yes," said Ben. "All right," said _Toni _.and off he went. A. few moments -after, he quietly stepped into th _. e_,store of'_^his frieiid Ben, purchased _^ a.cafj&ytjers fojf_^ne purchase d,,,a/.c'an_^o ^)v|ters fojf_^n e dol far and' a half _._JajS_^_SS_^W jn -the three note fcrr-ttirmT \ The clerk looked" at the note rather "doubtingly, when his suspicions were immediately calmed by Tom, who told him there Was no use in leotcing, for he had received that note Tfrorn Ben himself not ten minutes since. Of course the clerk with this assurance immediately forked over the dollar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

The Execution of _McKiiii. _HoLUDAYSBTJRG, AugUSt 21. This is the day set apart by the Executive for the execution of David String. er McKim, convicted in May last, of the murder of Samuel T. Norcross. Last night, people from a distance came into the town, and so great was the rush, that beds could not be procured at the hotels, and many were compelled to lie upon floors, tables, and chairs. This morning, a stream of humanity commenced pouring into the town at a very early hour, and nothing was talked about or thought of but the condemned and his approaching end. Business is almost entirely suspended here. . The Sheriff was beset, yesterday and this morning, by persons who were anxious-to get within the prison walls to witness the last dread scene ; but a very few out of the immense throng were gratified in their wish to be allowed to enter the enclosure, and the disappointed multitude bad to rest contented with gazing at the prison walls, or in picking up such scraps of informa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

13 Teachers Wanted _PfpiIIE SCHOOL DIRECTORS of BETHEL {By Township will meet in the Fredericksburg School House, on SATURDAY, September 12, 1S57, at 9 o'clock, a. in., for the purpose of appointing 13 Teaehers for the ensuhg term. The County Superintendent will be in attendance to examine applicants. J. SMITH, Pres't. William W. Guck_, Sect'y. \ Aug. 12 '57. 9 Teachers waiiied. BpHB SCHOOL DIRECTORS of the North [¦¦I _Lebanox TowSship District, will meet at C 11. Borgncr_'s Hotcl,in tho _Borough of N. Lebanon, ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1S57, at 1 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of appointing 9 Mt-ile Teachers, for the Schools of said district, fur the ensuing term of six months. The County Superintendent will be in attendance for the purpose of examining applicants. , DAVID L. LIGHT, Pres't. Joseph Mqter, Seet'y. _rAug. 5, '57-td. 8 Teachers Wanted. IUJHE SCHOOL DIRECTORS of CORNWALL B8J1 Township, will meet in No. 7 School House, (Zimmerman's,) on SATURDAY, Septembeh 5, 1857...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Has Worked . Miracles. BrfllllAT-all the bald and gray can be restored perfectly £_j*\ to original _growth and color, does not admit of a doubt; besides, it will cure every possible disease of the scalp, whether developed as dandrnff itching, or in tho shape of cutaieous eruptions—even scald head—and in no possible ca.<c will it fail of cnr .Sn<r. as if by mas;icnervous or perioii:i-al headache, and _^if.uscd twice a week by the young, regilarljyit will preserve the color, and keep the hair from filling, to any imaginable age. Read and judge. " • ¦ • •• ¦ • ¦ '-. ¦ , MiHford, Worcester Co.; Mass., Nov. 1S5S. PROF. O. J. WOOD—Bear Sir:—I take pleasure In bearing voluntary testimony tp the magic effects of your wonderful Hair _Bfistorative. As far back as 1830, my hair commenced falling off, until the top of my scalp became 'bald and smooth as glass, and it has continued to fall for a great many years, notwithstanding 1- have used many celebrated preparations for resto...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

_fcZr The Courier makes a weak eflort to soften the force of its honest expression of opinion about Mr. Wilmot in 1851. Its quibble on the word " notorious" creates a smile from every one familiar with the meaning of words. Doing a good deed _^makes no man notorious ; it makes him loved, honored, respected, famed, &c. The thief, the swindler,the liar, the gambler _. the drunkard , may become notorious ; and in that class the Courier ranked the notorious author of the Wilmol Proviso, when it called him an " abolitionist, free-trader, secessionist, .special privilege, PLUN' BERING Locofoco 1" The Courier says it knows him (Wilmot) to be an honest man. Can an " abolitionist," a " modern Judas," he who would revel in " stealings p lundereffl 1 from honest lax-payers * and who sinned so often that'(hose he "deceived arid betrayed" have found him out, be honest? If so, who in the name of conscience are the dishonest?. Mend carefully the following : ¦l - ' . From the Courier, ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

LEBANON VALLEY --_^ KAILROA_© JEX.GlJpfMff. A-S .£he time is .drawing near .when!tie .irip . will jljL take place, ok the _Railroad, t_^tiiat Wonder of Wpn&ers, THE tfTAGXRA FALLS, we_'.would remind the citizens of Lebanon;connfy before this trip takes place,(tfaat ifc will be necessary to supply themselves with alf kinds of faahidnable Dry Goods, " so as to a_^poar in " suii tlcsirable for the occasion; and therefore would advise all such as wish _. to fig _themselvfes off and appear as Young America _^ to, call , at the\ wonderfttl Ji E E - JII V M[ / Now is the-time for every person toc_^ll and examine that wonderful Bee hive, under *he Mammoth Portico. The peculiar construction and the enormous stock of Honey will be to every person's interest to observe. _, - i?.-.,, •¦> ,.. nONEY is universally admitted* to he agreeable to the taste of every person, an fc the proper place to get it is known to bethe | consequently every person desiring their taste suited, ne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Special Notices Rats, Roaclies, Insects * Bed-Biigs. Costar _d s Rat:,_Rpach,Sfc.\Exterminator Costar's Bed-.Bug Exterminator/ :. Costar's Electric Powder, for Ants, Insects, ko., (the only Infallible Ilemedies known.) Cqstar sends by mail, prepaid, a Sample Box of the Rat,; Koach, *c ' . Ex. to any address in the U. S., on receipt of Si, or the JElectrie Powder for 65c. (The Bed Bug Ex. being, a liquid cannot be'sent by mail.) Gost_'af will furnish Druggists, Dealers and Store-rkeepers,a $10 Sample Package of .his./various preparations (assorted) with Circulars, Bills, Posters, &c, on receipt of $5, (leaving bal. of $5 due when sold,) in order _itbat they may test their merits. ._^ggl_^'See advertisement. For Circulars, &c,, address "Costar," No. 3S8 Broadway, N. Y. [aug. 26-1 m. ^•SODA _WAlEEl t_^ Guilford & Leinberger have now got in full operation their new and splendid Soda Water Fountain, where the public will find soda water of the very best qu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

MARYLAND STATE LOTTERIES ! €ORBIiY&CO., LICENSED A G ENTS_, ARE authorized by the Managers to fill all orders for Packages, Tickets or Shares, in the Maryland Lotteries. ' These Lotteries are drawn in public in the city of Baltimore under tho superintendence of the State JJotlery Commissioner, Who guarantees the fairness of the Drawings, and the official drawn numbers are published in the Journals of the city of Baltimore, with his certificate bearing his _signature. r ALL PRICKS AKE GUARANTEED BY THE STATE. One _Triutmay make you Rich for &fe! Splendid'iSehomes Drawing Daily. _%_^- Send yoi_^r orders to CORBIN & CO., the Old Established Authorized Agents who have sold more prizes, thansauy other office iu the State of Maryland. [' PATAPSCOI INSTITUTE LOTTERY. This favorite Lottery is drawn daily. The Capital Prizes arc _SSiOOO, $7,000, $6,000, $5,500, kc. Single Tickets, One Dollar. r _CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES. 26 Whole Tickets! $16 00 | 26 Half Tickets, $...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. HEALTH DEPENDS OX PUKE BLOOD. firandretJi's-PilltS purify lhcBlood; KO DISEASE CAS RESIST THEIR JUDICIOUS U&E ! JB®_=* Mild operation with successful effect are the peculiarity of Brandreth's JPil]s.-= sj3*. /"VTJItjaee are subject to a redundancy of vitiated bile, \J at this season, and it is as dangerous as it is prevalent, liut _Brandretli_'s Pills afford an invaluable and efficient protection. By their occasional _ure w-e prevent the collection of those impurities, which, when in suffi cient quantities, cause so much danger to tlie body 's health. They soon euro Hvercomplaint, dyspepsia,loss of appetite, pain in th-i head, heart burn, pnin in the breast bone, sudden _faintness and costiveness. In brief, _Brondretli's Pills work their way to tbe very roots of the disease, cleansing in their passage, removing every unhealthy accumulation till the blood is purified, tho whole system renovated, and the functions and duty of life become a pleasure...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

27.S14 Prizes making ' §263.347 Tickets $5—Shares in Proportion. _LOOIf, THIS IS WORTH A _TKIAI,. ¦ •: ' " ¦ $30,©©©. MARYLAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY fur the benefit of the _Susqobhansa Canal. CLASS FIVE.—SCHEME. _, ; .. 1, Prize of S30.000 is $30,000 ' .1 prize of 10.000 is 10.000 1 prize of 5.000 is 5.000 . 1 prize of ; 3.907 is . 3.907 _>9®-100 prizes of 1.000 aro 100.000 25 prizes of 500 are 12.500 25 prizes of 300 are 7.500 66 prizes of 200 are 13.200 66 prizes of 100 are 6.600 132 prizes of 80 are 10.560 132 prizes of 60 are 7.92( 132 prizes of 40 are " . 5.2S0 3.S94 prizes of 20 are ; 72.8S0 25.740 prizes of 10 are 257.400 30.316 Prizes, ' amounting to ...... $547,747 CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES. 26 Whole tickets, §131 SO I 26 Half tickets, $66 00 26 Quarter " 33 00 I 26 Eighths " 18 00 Tickets $10—Shares in Proportion. We invariably answer letters by return mail enclosing the tickets in a good safe envelope, and always-observe the strictest confidence. After the drawin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

•"• ' " ' . '¦ ''' .I _. ' . ' . ' . ' _¦ ..- ¦ M- " ' _JP BMW VJflM Ml I*. """ p _UILFORD & LEMBERGER,. Graduates of VX Pharmacy, and Practical Apothecaries and Chemists, offer to the public a large and carefully selected stock of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye-stuffs, Oils, Spices, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Flavoring Extracts, Tobacco and Cigars, pure Wines and Liquors for Medical purposes; with everything in their line as Druggists, Perfumers and venders of Fancy Articles, which we can confidently recommend to Families, Physicians, Country Merchants and Dealers, as being fresh, pure, and prepared in the best manner.— 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. : SSj_^_n All orders correctly answered, and Physicians* Proseriptionsand Famil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

The _Sjuhn nobi j?Iarket. CAltEFULlfi' COltr.KCTED WEEKLY. Wednesday, August 26, 1857. Ex. Family Flour, per bar.v - $9 50 Extra Flour, per barrel 8 50 Extra Superfine Flour, per bbl. - 8 00 Superfine B. Flour, ...... - 7 00 Superfine Flour, 6 25 Prime White Wheat, per bus.- - 1 50 Prime Red Wheat, per bus. -- 1 40 Prime Rye, per bushel ..... 80 Corn, per bushel . - ¦ .- - - - - ... 70 Oats, per bushel -.. - - . ¦ -.¦- - - - • 37 Potatoes, " .......50 Ham, - • - - - - ¦ ¦ -¦ - . :.-,- .-- - 14 Shoulder, . - - - - .... ... 12 Sides, . . .-.¦ -¦- ¦ - - . > - - - ,11 Butler, - - - -¦ - ¦ - -.- . ... . - • 14 EirgSi per dozen, ' --- • . -¦ ,-. .... 12 PHILADELPHIA MARKET. : Monday, August-24.—V: M. In Flour there is no new; feature to notice _; and with an entire absence of any demand for exportthe market contiuuos very dull; the sales being limited to a few hundred barrels taken lor _horan consumption at,£7 a 7 25 for standard and better brands; §7 50 k 8 for extra, and $8 5...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

_Oir The Courier of last week,says ; "Judge Wilinofc had the misfortnne to belong to that party (the- Democratic,) when he tried, we snppose, to swallow its disgusting dozes. But he has washed his hands of the organization." Instead of leaving the party, he was politely put out of it. His dozes were too disgusting. Being the "head and front of abolitionism," as stated by the Courier, he attempted to engraft aboli tionism upon the Democratic parly.— The doze was loo disgusting. He had already made himself notorious by attempting to foist his Proviso and ultra Free-fradeism upon the party, _byt failed. Continuing in His evil ways; the party eventually was glad to get rid of him at any cost, and permitted him to be shelfed on a Judicial Bench in a fanatical district of the north. It remained for the Courier and its friends to drag him forth from his obscurity; and for the Democracy to send him back howling_. He has " so often DECEIVED and BETRACED the people that he can never aga...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

_BOOSS! BOOKS!! (\_tufes:ALTZ ¦is_^f_^_DLTi would respectfully inform \_ffsffi the P-iihUethat they constantly receive, from the Eastern Cities, copies of all the most important and attractive New Books, as soon as published, which they offer for sale cheaper than they can be purchased elsewhere. Among those lately received are_^ Dr. Kane's _Expedition, in 2 Yols. Prescott's History of Charles Y., in 3 Tols. Recollections of a Life Time, in 2 Vois., by S G Goodrich. Author of Peter Parley 's Tales " * -Autobiography of Peter Cart wright, and other Miscellaneous Works. Carpenters Assistant and Rural Architect. American Architect; bv J. W. Ititch Downing_^ Cottage _Uesidenees and Cottage Grounds The Economic Cottage liuilder. • They have always on hand a large assortment of School _Jtooks, _JJlanfc Books and S T A T I ON E R Y Also, Sunday School Books and Music Books, ' _^_r__- _ »«aoag which is" ' "The Hai'iuonia JJnio, _" Bt U. D. M'Cabley. Also, Piano Forte, Melodeon and Violin ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

WSIO »O_"ES WOT K\OW - 'THATHENRY * _STINE, HAVE THE LARGEST, _CHEAPEST, AND BEST SELECTED ..._" . . . STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN NOW OPEN . IN LEBANON! _>igg». We would reppe«*tfully..invite our numnrous _customers and friends to call and fee our splendid newstock of spring-and suxnmiir _Umjils we have just opened and are constantl y ' receiving by Express. Our stock consists of a full assortment of the most'fashionable Dress Goisds f«»r Ladies and _Gentlemcns* Wear; Mantillas, Sha«!._<, Bonnets, Bonnet ribbons, mitts, collar?, sleeve. " , belts, *c, for Ladies; also ._HSts/IIanclkercuittfs, stocks. Stockings, Gloves, &c.,* for Men; " All kinds of Doinestie Dry Goods, _Qnccnswsire, Oil Cloths, Carpets, Musjin gbades, *c_. Also a complete assortment of • READY-MADE CLOTHING, which we are selling? at _yery low prices. Give us an early call. [' May 6. 1857. HENRY..ft _.SIDJB.

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