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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

Costar _d s Rat, Roach, _$c , Exterminator Pui up in 20c, 35c, 65.. and §1, Boxes. Costary s Bed Bug Exterminator. . Putap in 25c, 50c, 75c. " , and $1. Bottles. Costar's Electric Powder, for Ants, In-»ecsts, &o. Put tip in 25c. and 50c. Boxes. Principal Depot, No. 388 Broadway, New York, and sold by _BBUGGISTSand DEALEBS every. where in the United StatesCanadaa, West Indies and South America._ _^r Full particulars by Mail. ' _ftngust19,1857.—2sqs.-i.lmo. ; For sale by Guilford: 4 Iiomberger, ttgenta for Lebanon county, at their wholesale and retail establishment, opTpostte the Market, _£e_]Sa|_itin| Pa. ' ' -. f _- _~ ': • • •-..• "_^_s ,.- . .-„ ,,_~, ¦ •. . .T;-r,.' ."ir _, -.j?' :.. ";:-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

FlosMTVi-_^-Never forsake a frjend. When enemies gather around-r-when sickness falls on the heah—when the world is dark and cheerle«3—; ia the time to: try true friendship. .They who turn from the cry: of distress betray their hypocrisy,• ¦ End prove»that interest , only moves them. If you have a friend who loves you and studies' your happiness—be sure to sustain hiiri in adversity.—- Let him feel that His former _kindnees is appreciated and his love ( was not thrown away. Real fidelity .may be rare, but it exists in the heart * . " . _,Who;bas not seen and felt its power? _^Theyonl y deny its worl h and power wtio have never loved a friend or labored _tl> make a friend happy,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

(_£_> • "Pa, didutyouwhip me for biting Tommy Vr ' _> '¦ ¦_&_< --¦.« _"! _^r . \~ \; "Yes; my _chilrj_^you hart him very much indeed;" - _?-*' ¦ ' ¦ ' "Well, then, pa, , you ought to whip mamma's music tetfeher too, for lie bit maitiina yesterday 'right in her moutri, and; I know it hurt her, becajiie she put her arms round his neck a_^lrftned io fehbkiB-hiim'_? • '_: ' _• ¦ •)' t ' :;._jg| §_S; ' ¦ Q_£r "There is no_~ place litte _;M>me," says the poetr-r *; _l; "Thai's so!'? unless it's the home 6f the young; lad y you'reafter. i -This _ii, of _eourse,'-a'n1 exception; Future poets will pleaie to note-it. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

(_K_?" Ladies' Favorites.—-There is too much truth in the following remarks of Addison : "I have found that the men who are really the most fond of the ladies—^who cherish for them the highest respect—are seldom the most popular with the sex. Men of great assurance —whose tongues are lightly Bung—who make words supply the place of ideas and place compliment in the room of sentiment—are their favorites. A due respect for women leads to respectful action towards ihem; arid respect is mistaken by the ji for neglect or want of love."' ""' " . ¦ "" " ' ¦"¦ ¦ '¦ '¦ _"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

POLITICAL ¦ 0_^7" There a plaie in Pennsylvania near Towanda, Bradford county, which, has been described as being covered with stones, and under each stone there were fifteen rattlesnakes, and nothing but hemlock.knots and buckle berries were produced in addition to stones and rattlesnakes. Fremont had a majority _tberd last fall- .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

COURTSHIP A&nla tlghod _.aiud Jamio aolzod her Pretty _littla trembling hand. Then with outstretched arm ha clasped hat Hail reloctaotfora, and-r— and—•«-»4 "Boose me 1" bat ha clasped tho _tjghtai>~ lf Annie, say, wilt thou be mine ?** Then her bright facet groj_? much brighter, Than she whispered, "I am thine }** Then they clasped each other fondly, Cloaa together as two brieki _j And they kissed each . other soundly_. And I* left them ia this fix. ^>

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

f_^_JT A certain gallant editoj|; ' tbihks when :a.: single _gentfejmaii. cai_^ pass " ; a cio,tKe8-.line without _coujntintf the long &tockinga, W \b& si_'go he * oixgtfi- to _Jgset mairried, kyd t$e ioptiii; tlietoetiter. " >!';^ ' 'i-r _-' '-_^W, i_^Hiiiim _? • ¦" . PfjO- _- " ":; ¦ ¦ r>. _; '--¦ , •• ¦ i - , " » .-i .-. • :;,1 ;y C.iii "v«!iQ_/l! _^:yfl f. -'IS•>•:• ¦ .:i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

The Cheapest _Sofith Are _ifttd byt D UNDOltB & OVES. NEW ~ YORK ~ ADVERTISEMENTS FROM . . ALBERT G. RICHARDSON'S Advertising and Correspondence Office, 360 Broad way, New York. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

Saturday, September 19, 1S57. _APPALLIFG CALAMITY. FOUNDERING OF THE CENTRAL _AKERICA. ABOUT FIVE nUNDRED LIVES LOST. Arrival of some of the Rescued at Norfolk and Savannah—The Ship Deserted by the Chief Engineer—Rumored Safety of the Ladies and Children—Over $2,000,000 in Gold Lost. . During the past three days the most painfnl excitement has prevailed in regard to the safety of the U. S.inaii steamship Central America,Capt. Herndon, from Aspinwall, with the San Francisco mails of August 20th, five hundred and twentyiive passengers, making, with the crew and others about six hundred persons, which left Havana at 9 o'clock on the morning of Tuesday, September 8th, bound to New York; She had on freight about $1,M_9 7 _MQ in gold from California, besides a considerable sum in the hands of passengers. It is also supposed that she took on board at Havana about $800,000 in specie, and the total amount on board may be estimated at nearly $2,500,000. The steamer _Eoipiro City left Hava...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

Special Notices. JS@~SODA WATEB!-_^ Guilford & Lemberger have now got in full operation their new and splendid Soda Water Fountain, where the public will find soda water of the %'ery best quality—equal to any obtained in the cities or elsewhere. _%!^- Every person should read the advertisement of Grindle's Celebrated Magic Compound and Ancient Japanese Life Pills which appear alternately in another column. They are the most successful remedies in the world! Try them and be cured. * ^§1,, 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, brough| on by rheumatism. It was of seventeen months standing, and I am now entirely •cured. I cheerfully recommend it to all afflicted likewise. J. M. FIXFEOCK, Harrisburg, 12 Locust street. ''Woodland Cream"—A Pomade for Beautifying _iue Hair—highly perfumedsuperior to any French article imported, -and for half the price. For dressing ladies' Hair...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

The JfleiHcfneof the JtliUiou PHILOSOPHY ANDrJfACT. HOLLO WAY'S PILLS. _iZTTCIIE EXCITING CAUSE OF SICKNESS.—The blood 6*B is the life-sustaiuing agent. It furnishes the components of flesh, bonej _umscle, nerve and integument. The Stomach is its manufactory, the veins it« distributors, and the intestines the channel through which tlie waste matter rejected In its productions is cxpellud.— "Upon the stomach, the circulation and the bowels, thf.«o Pills act _simultaneously, relieving indigestion, purifying the fluids, aud regulating the excretions. The National Disease. Djppepsia is the most cbmrcou disease among all dan es in this country. It assumes a thousand shapes. _»nd is the primary source of innumerable dangerous maladies ; but whatever its .type or symptoms, however obstinate its resistance to ordinary preparations, it yields readily and rapidly to this _Eenrehiug_* unerring remedy. Bilious Affections. The quantity and quality of the bile are of vital importance to health....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

U7"We have on file, for publication as soon as we receive our new type, the reply. o£ Presijilent Buchanan _lo_^_iBrof Si him an on Kansas matters. It's an Extinguisher and will not spoil by keeping. New Banks.—The Bank of Gaiasaque, Lehigh county ; Stroudsburg Bank, Monroe county; Bank of Chester Valley, _Coatesvilie, and Shamokin Bank, _liave elected their directors and will go into operation at once. OCrThere is a widow lady in Philadelphia who has 25 children, a!! living at home and none of them married,— Not much danger of her re-marrying unless her fortune is proportionably as large as the number of her children. 0_^F*A patent expanding auger is among the latest inventions. It is a curious device, and will make holes of twentytwo differ elk sizes, varying five-eights of an inch to tswo inches in diameter.— It is simple and easily adjusted, and is not liable to get out of order. O_^_T* stated that event of Secretary Toucey's acceptance of the vacancy on the Supreme Bench,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

Bovr in a Well.—Lucky Escape.— In Maidencreek township Berks county, on Sunday last, a boy named Washington Stout, ten years of age, fell headforemost into a well 45.<feet deep, with 7 feet of water in it. Help was fortunately near at hand, and he was drawn out in a bucket, with no injury save two slight scars. Itr was almost a miracle that he was not drowned, or killed by striking against the wall of the well. Courtship and Marriage by Express. —A wedding took place on the lightning express train of the Michigan Central Railroad yesterday, between Kalamazoo and Galesburg. The happy couple were Mr. W.H. Websler,of Otsego county, N. Y., and Miss Emeline C. Breach of Gurnsey county, Ohio. They were married by John Edwards, Esq., a Justice of Kalama/.nn. We are informed that the courtship, took place during the ride from Chicago to that point.— When people of the oppositeeexdo their courting in the short space of some four or five hours * while riding at the rate of about ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

Nature's Own Eemedy. A _Posilive Cure for Liver Complaint and Bilious Disorders, DyspepsiaRheumatism, Scrofula, Cutaneous _Diseases. _Ferer and Ague, Costiveness, Piles, Dysentery and Diarrhoea,Worms. Suppression of theMenws, _Servous Debility, 4c. and a sure Preventative to ' ail PULMONIC AFFECTIONS. WE offer the Axcient Japaxese Life _Pnxs on a more extensive scale, after we have tested them in the worst forms of disease, and after having been urged to do so by eminent physicians, who have tried them to their satisfaction. Performing cures where every other remedy, had failed, we feel it our solemn duty to spread the glad intelligence to every family of tbe globe. They purge the system thoroughly of all corrupt humor. =.penctrate and purify tbe vital fluids, and the corrupt swreuons are replaced with richhealthy blood. Parts that were even decaying with the _disease are restored to a healthy, vigorous action, and _disease eradicated as if by magic-leaving tbeeyftem in arobustcon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

WEIMER _jfrs _cMiwm _woMMs, Opposite the Lebanon Valley R. R. Depot, Leb-. anon, Lebanon county, Pa. _Jttn_^_g_^f WM -& p -L - WEIMER, PropripUPlgWpjf9|ietors, manufacture Steam Engines IIIP_^IlJpHl from 1 to 300 horse power, of the _^wat_^p&»aB4latest styles and patterns, with all the modern improvements. Also, superior Portable Engines (with Link Motion Valve Gear,) mounted on wheels, for Saw Mills, Wood sawing and Hoisting purposes. Particular attention is called to our small Upright Engines for Printers, ists Drugg and persons wanting a small amount of Power. They take np 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 P. L.Weimer's Patents; Rolling Mill, Sawing, Planing and Flouring Mill-Fixtures; Mining Pumps ; Hoisting Machinery for Mines and Stone Quarries ; Railroad Cars, Iron Bridges, Shafting, _Hangers, Pulley...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

J* _JB JR _F UJmJER'-W? GUILFORD A LEMBERGSE , _Graduates of Pharmacy, and Practical Apothecaries and Chemists, offer to the public a large and carefully selected stock of Drugs,_^Medicines,. Chemical*, Dye-stuffs, Oils, Spices, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Flavoring Extracts, Tobacco and Cigar3, pure Wines and Liquors for Medical purposes ; with everythiag in their line as Druggists, Per_* fumers and venders of Fancy Articles, which wo can confidently, recommend to Families, Physicians, Country Merchants and Dealers, as being fresh, pure, and prepared in the best manner — All the new Preparations, Cheinieals and Patent Medicines. Horse and Cattle Medicine'. The largest assortment of Trusses, single anddouble for children and persons of every age, and for er ' cry variety of rupture—carefully fitted and adjusted if desired; Abdominal Supporters. _^ &_* All orders correctly answe_'red, and Phyicians' Prescriptions and Family Receipts _carefull ly compounded. .^^, Country Mer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

_Banks isr Bad Ebpute.—Wo publish for the benefit of merchants, the business community, and the public generally, the following list of Banks, which have either broke, suspended, or are in bad repute: .Farmer's Bank, Wiekford, Rhode Island. Mount Vernon Bank, « Rhode Island, Central, « 'iiverton Bank, " Bank of South County, " Warwick Bank, « • South Royalton Bank, Providence, R. I. Bank of Ifew Jersey, N. Brunswick, N. J. Bergen County Bank, " Commercial Bank, Perth Amboy,' ' " ¦ Cataract City Bank, Paterson, :¦ ¦ , ¦ ¦< IS Iron Bank, Hoekaway, . . . ..... " Oliver Lee & Go's Bank, Buffalo, New York. Hollister Bank, " Mechanics'Banking Association, " Niagara River Bank,.Tonawanda, ?' Bank of Orleans, Albion, " Ontario County Bank, Phelps, " Farmer's Bank, of Saratoga county, " Huguenot Bank,iNe\v Paltz, " Ontario Bank, of Ontario, " Chemung Co. Bank, Iforseheads, " Island City Bank, New York city. Sackett's Harbor, or Reciprocity Bank, .ST. T. Merchant's Exchange...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

FarmeB_'s& mechanics ' FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP SSffiHE undersigned would respectfully invite tho [H_] 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 fliis «ounty, sack as Wheeler's Improved Railway Horse- Powers and Threshers; Manny's combined Reaper and Mower, with Wood's latest improvements j Coleman's Farm Mill; Grain Drills and Fans; _Gourley's Patent Harrow arid • Clod Cutter; Corn Ploughs and Planters; Portable Cider Mills, Clover-Hullers_, Corn ShellersFodder Straw and Hay Cutters, .fee. "_^gg_*. All Of 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. FARsrEBS'will do irell to call and examine our stock be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

The Gold Snuff Box.—Gen. Andrew Jackson bequeathed a gold snuff box to that " patriot most valient in the defence of his country and our country's' rights," to be adjudged by his countrymen. The Council of New York city awarded the box to Major Dyektnan of that city, who happened to.be a Democrat. This raised the ire, envy, malice, and every other bad feeling of some of the Major's political opponents ; and when Andrew Jackson, jr., in whose possession the box is, visited that city last week for the purpose of its present ation, he found the bad feeling so strong that he took the box and returned home to Tennessee with it. He will keep the momento until the division of sentiment hassubsided_, or, until some more worthy person is indicated to receive it. We are afraid be will never have the pleas* ure of presenting it, if the person's claims for it are to be decided by political tests. If the Major had been a good Black Republican there would have been no opposition raised to him...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 23 September 1857

Lebanon Female Seminary. _T_^HE THIRD SESSION of the "Lebanon Fe-X male Seminary " will commence the First day of September, next. It is earnestly requested that Parents intending to send their DAtreHTERs , should do so at the commencement of the Session LEGH R. BAUGHER, Principal. MODESTE DECAMPS, Teacher of French and _Jfastc. Lebanon, July 29,1857. " NEW — PALL GOODS, NOW UNPACKING, _' HALL BUILDING, Market Srek. ' In l$miht. T)OLITICIANS arerall in doubt as to who will 1- be our next Governor. A few weeks more and that question will be placed beyond all controversy. Meanwhile no one has expressed a doubt that the most beautiful and best made Clothing worn, is sold at the cheap establishment of ' REIZENSTEIN & BRO., Leb., Sept. 10,} o7. Opposite the Court House. 9 Teachers Wanted. |pHE SCHOOL DIRECTORS of South Leba"P non township will meet in No. 2 School-house, (bhaaks) on Saturday, September 26 1857 at 12 o'clock, M _^ for the purpose of appointing 9 male teachers ...

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