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

_Jft TKINS.& McADAM have a splendid assort [JEmi ment of Boots, Shoos, Trunks and Travel ing bags.

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

_Mmtuww, A Michigan Bed-bug Story. The editor of tK| _Grand River Eagle has a friend who his been stopping, as he alleges, at one o|ahe hotels at Knlamazob_^. His _storjffa preity fairly told, and he possesses t&]Bit in the"way spinning " yarn" that wql gd do credit to one who has entertained Jpf*_rnes8 in the fore* castle of a whaler, Siirefieved the tedium of a watch on djejk : "You see 1"weaaWftftbtoi g 'tt y M Ljk _eft fore the plank was _lajcjlv calkalatin1 on a good snooze. Waal, _jjast as the shivers began to ease off, I _kinder felt suthin try in* to pull off my _shitt, and diggin' their feet into the small _^f my back, to glegit a,good hold. Wig'i and twisted, doubled and puckered—alV to no use—kept agoing it like all sin. _N _.Bimbey got up and stuck a light to _looV, around a spell—found about a peck b_^bed-bugs scattered around, and more dropping off my shirt and runniri'down my 1% every minit. Swept off a place on the floor shook out a quilt, lay down and ki...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

Mfarias «f. Seltzer, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE, in Cumberland Street, nearly opposite _Brua_' g Hotel, Lebanon, Pa. Aug. 26/57. JLMVW Mf-EMMjlT _, _BISTRIGT ATTORNEY, WIL L attend to all his official business: also, alt other legal and professional business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. Office—-In Cumberland street, second door Cast from: Market st. ("Lebanon, July 22, '57. ISAAC IIOFFER, SURVEYOR AND CONVEYANCER, /_OFFICE In Cumberland street, opposite tbe \J " Eagle Hotel," Lebanon, Pa. Lebanon, April 22, _1857.-ly. iu_^iova l. DR. WM. J_^_GUILFpRD has _^ romoTod his Of-/ fio&t&|_%]_M#«i_*Saettde on Market Streeta few doors _ifortb. of Rabor & Oves* Store, and between it and the' Hew Lutheran church. Lebanon, Dec. I(_fol856.-tf. Don't forget to Call at _flR TKINS A Me ADAM'S, and examine their _Bll_^ stock of Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Traveling To Printers. A GOOD WASHINGTON PKESS, of middling sizeis offered for sale, at this Office, very c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

Indemnity Against Loss by Fire. Franklin Fire Insurance Go, OF PHILADELPHIA. Office 163_J Chestnut Street, Near 5th Street. Statement of Assets, {§1 jSSITj 186. JANUARY 1st, 1857. Published Agreeably to an Act of Aanembly, BEING First Mortgagesamply ««?«¦«». _„. $1 '6 l%'?llll Real Estate (present _value,t $109000) cost, 82,784 36 Temporary Loans, on ample Collateral seenrities ' ' ¦ ' -_' ¦ ' o», H4 IB Stouks. '(present _yalue, $83, 881 12, cost, 71,232 f Cash, 4c, 64 ' 121 se • $1,827185 80 PERPETUAt OR LIMITED INSURANCES made on every description of property, in TOWN AND COUNTRY. • Rates as LOW as are consistent with security. Since their Incorporation, «_MPerifT O_^ n'y_^ght Tears, they have paid over _THREEMILMON DOLLARS LOSSES I& FIKE, thereby affording evidence of the ad-S of Insurance, as w«H _« the _ataWy and dispoaitiomto meet, _-_^_a^'_ySi_^ 111 _" 68 _- tosses paid during theyearl856, $301,038 84 DIREGTOBSi CHAS. N. BAKCKEB, _f_^T&JSF"' Tobias Waoser,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

NEW BARBER SHOP. DAL Y & WILLIAMS would respectfully inform the citizens of Lebanon that they have opened a first class SHAVING AND HAIR DRESSING SALOON, in Market street, opposite tbe Lebanon Bank. They would solieit a share of the public patronage. Lebanon, May 20, 1857.—tf. - ¦¦ FOR RENT. A STORE ROOM AND CELLAR; *** tne _"?w A briek building in Market street, north of Water, adjoining Jacob Weidle_'s property, in the borough of Lebanon. It is calculated for a Dyy. Goods and Grocery Storeand Is in a thickly populated neighborhood. .Possession will be _giva* unmet lafly if desired. _* 1_*_£_^JF_$S&T Lebanon, Aug. 6,'57-tf. 'j - .-,. ¦ ¦ . : P. G. WIKEL. _Bricklayer and *folil>e|_j Union Deposit, Dauphin county, Peiina. I AM preparedat all timesto put up Briek Workin all its branches, and on the shortest notice. AlsoBRICK BUILDINGS, BofifRS , Inn-walls, Boshes, Hearths, and all woi-k o|mtect edllth a Furnace done. fJ_^"A gang of Stone Masons always read...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

HEALTH DEPENDS ON PURE BLOOD. Brandreth's Pills purify tbeBlood; MO DISEASE CAN RESIST THEIR JUDICIOUS USE ! .•S- Mild operation with successful effect are the peculiarity Of Brandreth'a _HUs.*S& Ot JR race ate subject to a redundancy of vitiated bile, at this season, and. it is as dangerous as it is prevalent, but Brandreth's Pills afford an Invaluable and efficient protection. By their occasional u_?e we prevent the collection of those impurities, which, when in sum cient quantities,-cause so much danger to the body 's health. They" soon cure liver complaint, dyspepsia_,loss of appetite, pain in th». head, heart burn, pain in the breast bone, sudden faintness and cos ti _veness. In brief, Brandreth's Pills work their way to the very roots of the disease, cleansing in their passage, removing every unhealthy accumulation till the blood is purified, the whole system renovated, and the functions and duty of life become a pleasure, where before they had been sad and weary bur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

•M JYew and Important MHs_» covery in the Science of Medicine. T)atent office seal of great Britain, diplo-.17 he de ecole de _pharjiacie phakmacibn de pabis and imperial college of uedicine, Vienna. Sold wholesale and retail by Dr. H. A. Barrow, member of tbe Imp'] College of Vienna, and Royal College of SurgeonsLondonwho may ba personally consulted at his residence167 Prince street, few blocks west of Broadway, New York, from 11 A. M. till 2 P. M. and from 4 till 8 P. M. (Sundays excepted, unless by appointment.) _Triesemar Ho. 1, Is a remedy for Relaxation, Spermatorrhoeaand all the distressing consequences arising from early abuseindiscriminate excesses, or too long residence in hot climates. It has restored bodily and sexual strength and vigor to thousands who are now in the enjoyment of health and the functions of manhood; and whatever may be the cause or disqualifications for marriage, they are effectually subdued. Triesemar No. 2 Completely and entirely _eradidates all tra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

War. J. Reed, Secretary, '• directors: Henry L. Beuner, C. Landreth Munns, _Edtrard L. Carter, F. Carroll _Brawster, Rohert Selfridge Joseph B. Barry Samuel K. Ashton, ' Henry L. Churchman, James B. Smith, Francis Lee. _This Company confines Its business entirely to the receiving of money on interest. The _investments amountting to oter One Million and a Half of Dollars! are made in conformity with the provisions of the Charterin RfiAL ESTATE»I0RTGAGE8,GR0UND RENIS, and such first-class securities, as will always ensure perfect security to tbe depositors, and which cannot fail to give permanency and stability to the institution. ia27,'57. Tiebaiion Yalley Bank. Located in Market, street, nearly opposite the United Hall, one Door North ofthePostOMce. _Wlhli pay following IUTERE8C on DEPOSITS, on, and after, tbe 1st day of _IJarch, 1857, viz :— For 1 year, and longer, 6 per centper annum. For 6 months, and longer, 5 per cent, per annum. For 3 months, and longer, 4 per cent, per an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

GUANO! GUANO!! GUANO!! I , ALL KINDS. Leinau's Super Phosphate of Lime. T,OO© TONS. T_^_ARSflRS, -_^ for your WHEAT CROPS, use X _Lkikaet's Super Phosphate of Lime, at 2i eta. a lb. or $40 a Ton; or use Leindu' s American Fertilizer ! at $3,50 a bbl. or $25 a ton. One barrel of either is sufficient for an Acre of Wheat. These are PERMANENT MANURES, made of reliable Chemical Elements, and have bee' n in successful use for the past Six Years, improving the soil and increasing the value of the land. Four Diplomas from the State Agricultural Society of Pennsylvania; New Jersey; Delaware; and the Crystal Palace Association of the Gity of New York, have been receiyed _^ forJhese_^Valuable_^Ito-tiHsers;^^***^^ Pamphlets in_' the English arid German Lan_» guage can be had by application at the Office. J _&3_~ A liberal discount to wholesale dealers. The above Fortilizcrs, delivered free of Cartage to any wharf in the old City proper. Orders gent by Mail accompanied with Ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

Lebanon Mutual Insurance Company. _ISCOBPOlB. ' A'riiD BT THE IiEGISI.ATUKl! OF Pa. CHARTER PERPETUAL. OjRce at Jonestown, Lebanon County. GtfABANTEE CAPITAL $55,000. 'T'HIS Company is now fully organized and X ready to make Insurance on all kinds of property in town or country and on as favorable terms as any well-governed and safe company, either on the Mutual or joint stock principle. President—John Brunneb, Esq. Viee President—D. M. Kami ant. Treasurer—Geo. F. Meily. Secretary—Wm. A. Barry. Directors. John _Brtraner, Esq., Daniel Brown, D. M.Karmany, Napoleon Desh, Geo. F. Molly. John Arndt, W. A. Barry, John Meily, S. U. Shirk, L. R. Walker, Daniel H. Biever, D. M. Rank. g&_". A. S. Ely is the Agent for Lebanon. He may at all .times be found at his office in Walnut Street. Jonestown, Jnly 15,1857.—ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

TWO INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES. _inpjHE undersigned would respectfully inform 7»| the citizens of Lebanon and vicinity that they will at all times be found ready to accommodate them in anything which belongs to their business, which is PAINTING, GLAZING, and PAPERHANGING. They warrant all their work. By strict attention to business they hope to secure a share of public patronage. Orders for work can be leftat Waltz & _Rcbhel's Book-store,where they will be promptly attended to. At the latter place too, can beseen a large assortment of neat & chaste designs of Wall, Ceiling and Hall Papers selected by them, from one of the most extensive establishments in the city of Philadelphia. Sept.2,'57-3m.* THOMPSON & STOUD. In Doubt. POLITICIANS are all in doubt as to who will J- 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 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

5 ¦ i I Hi _* \_tL*!JB>ALXUT Street, South-West corner of THIRD W StreetPhiladelphia. INCOItPORATB BY 1'HESTATE OF PENNSYLVANIA MONJ31_T is received in any sum, large or small, and interest paid from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal_. The office is open every day from 9 o ' clock in the morning till 7 o'clock in the evening, and on Monday and Thursday evenings till 9 o ' clock. INTEREST FIVE PER CENT. AH sumslarge or small, are paid back in gold on demand without notice, to any amount. Hon. HENRY L. BENNEBPresident, ROBERT _SJSLFRIDGJS. Vice President. SAVING FUND

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

(Jristadoro_'s Hair Dye! Within a nut-shell all th« merits lie, Of Cristadoro_' _a never_«iualled Dye; Red it makes blackto brown transforms a grey, And keeps the fibres always from decay. _arniHIS matchlessre-vitalizing Hair Dyestill holds its _IJT position as the most harmless and efficacious Hair Dye In THB WORLD- _Trepared and soli, wholesale and retail, and applied in ten private rooms, at Cristadobo ' _s, No. 6 _Astor HouseBroadwayNew Yorkand by all Druggists and Perfumers in tbe United State*. A«rat-_^G«>rge-5. _*_V*"_> **° _^&Pfy_%_^Wf>' P'i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

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 — 30 September 1857

..-_^U- The Rea ding Cotton? Factory has ceased operations on account of the: high-price of cfitidn, and thet impossibility of .findingtt market for their _manufactured goods at remunerating, prices_^:* .--^^._Jt ffc-tE_^_Ri_^cS& nj_^ _wljo - &as'sa: severely ' _ibjftufecl at the ' tftnfteTal'fflaSlefcbif, tuzerua bounty, some three weekd'Ago,•died from its effects'on Friday a _weeKt He vfhi brought to _Lancaster, and bnried on Sunday the 20th inst. ' <3ov.. Pollock, rccoatlywas present at a Bopublioan mooting in Lock Haren. lie was called upon for a speech. Ho excused himself, but urged _" all to votej Kepnblicane, Americans, Whigs, and _Democrats, as they pleased \". This is ,_nojf,represented by the ~B. B. press as a. _Wiijno .4 speech ! Imports akd Exports.—We quote from the New York Morning Express as follows'i-=-" O ur -imports and exports, as compared trifch 1856, show, the following results: . •.*' • ¦ • : : 1856. 1857. Imports,. $314,639,942 $360,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

G-eneral Election Froclamation- P URSUANT to |_4n Act of the; General Assembly of tlie;G6_inmonwea!tli of _^nn_^ylvania, binitledarf'-Act _relacing to the 'elections of tlii_^i Commonwealtli;" approved; *ho 2<1 day of July, A. V.,oud tbou.«itad eiglit _huartrej amiiithirty-niiie, I, David M. _SJiUEYv_^SliHiifl' qf_>th« Coupty of LubanoiiPennsylyania.j do iseroby make Siiown _JiiiS_^lvt' notice to the electors of the cr unty _atbresaiti, that a ticncral _Election will be held iu tint suid county of _Lelianon, on the _second Tuesday, (being the VAtli day) of October. 1857.at ¦which time tho electors of the country afaresaidj-wlil vote-in tb' eir' respective districts for , One Person for Governor of the _CJpmmonweplth of ._^enuK_^Jvauia. ; -.._; , . ,._n. ... . . j > •.- r- v> 4 ' a _JJne Person for Ciiibai _CMmm?siiohet M lia- Gomindn-¦ wfealtn of Pennsylvania. " "_* ¦ ' • - •¦ * Two Persons for the offices of Supreme Judges of the Comaumweaith of _P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

plorritile _Aflair at _Ijegliorii. Frpn_^ liunt's Merchant's Magazien for September we quote a graphic decripiion of a recenidesaster at Leghorn that _hal received brief notice in the newspapers : The Italian journals are as speechless as those of France, else I would not here record the terrible calamity that has fctpthed in morning the city; of Legfipn. Thank God I Wjas abserit'fo ' riii the theatre that night; but those present hav told me of the catastrophe. The, house was of crowded—the play, the _^Taking be-^astopol." The first went1 off well, battery after battery exploded; and the thrilling spectale made the theatre ring with applause. All; eyes were _turnetj to see them take" the' Malakoff; At last 'twas stormed. Th_^-soldiers rushed in j—thenAheiexplpsipfar_^m rd _sthe_^wildest _pheers. &l that mqrneni a _sp.8 _,1_"_^ P?' Jght the seenes—-t ' hey ' _l/lazed-7-the audj_^n ce I hp u gH t i t a pa r t ,of the, ' pt ay ' ' ,. an J_; C.h eeri ed the _lpudef, th ' e_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

All Mail! Something for the Million ! _^Epll-thejattentiolibfrajr_^Taandyoungit_^^_iiswDn1 ' * * _derfiirpreparation, which turns back toitsoriginal color, gray hair—covers the head of the bald with a lux-" uriant.growth-—removes the dandruff, itching, and all" cutaneous eruptions—causes a continual flow of the natural fluids; and _^ heqee. if used as a regular _dressini_^for the bair _^ w_^n _§&se*ve its-_'oblor, and keep it from &Uing to extreme.Jiff *ger «in allnts natural beauty. We call, then, upon tbe bald, tbe gray, or diseased in scalp, to n.i« it; and .surely, the young will not, as they value-tb-j flowing locks, or the witchingcurl, everJ>e without it.— Its praise is upon the tongue of _thonsaritJf. , • Watertown, Mass., May 1,* 1S55. Pbof.-O. 3. Wooi>:—Allow mo to attest the virtues and magic powers of-your Hair _Restorative. Three mionths since,.being exceedingly gray, I purchased and soon commenced to user two bottles; and it soon beg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 30 September 1857

"JWo Such Wora as Wail. " A RESISTLESS REMI_5DY! HOJ_,tpWAY'S _OINTMENT. /|_raiR0IJI-AB TO _THE SICKL—The first hospital sur-Vs_^ _geons anil medicinal publicists of Europe admit the unparalleled anti-inflammatory ' and healing properties of, this Ointment; governments sanction its use in their naval and military services; and'the masses in this country and throughout the world~repo .se the utmost confidence' _iriits curative properties. It' penetrates the souroes of-mOamntatien and corruption which underlie tb« external evidences of disease,and neutralize the fiery el' ements which feed •and" exasperate' the malady. Rheumatism, Scrofula_^ Erysipelas. These'are among the most- ferrible/ana agonizing diseases of the muscles, the fleshy fibre' and the skin; yet in their worst forms, and when seemingly incurable-ther invariably disappear under a persevering application of this soothing, healing antidote to pain and inflamm _ation. Salt Rheum, _WevMSores; "Stuff Joints. In all cases...

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