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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

the public worksfrom _tipi_$. to time owned by the State, or the _process of tho sale of the sameor any part there* •f, and of the income or proceeds of sale of stocks owned by the State, together withother funds, or resourecs,that may be designated by law. ; The said sinking fund may be increased, from time to time, by. assigning to it any part of tho taxes, or other revenues of the State, not required_^ for the ordinary and current:expenses of government, and unless in case _ofvwar, invasion or insurrection, no part of tho said sinking fund shall be used or applied otherwise than in extinguishment of the public debt, until the amount of such debt is reduced below the sum of five millions of dollars. , SECTION 5. The credit of the csmmpnwealth shall not in any manner or event, be pledgea-or loaned to, any individualcoaipanycorporationor association; nor shall the Commonwealth hereafter become a joined owner, or stockholder, in any company, associationor corporation. SECTION 6. Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

Gold _^ _Golc! _^ Gold , ajBHE greaiawt offer id gold " pens, gold pencils, gold fojfewlfag _^an _- _^ WBtches ' ever made - Kwl the I AjSplendi&GoM Pm»M/_m, _JEPlth _ftomifi_^_et_.to _.one hundrea dollarspositjyel_* given taany _persott wlC<?atespiare one day in a week, or one Hour in a day, getting up elubs of _sabaiiribers in his own and adjoining neighborhood, for the _boat.and most popular family newspaper now published. -No expense no outlay, no capital required of agents. An entire now Plan is . Proposed, by which any person can succeed in mafcto_£it a paying business, who will undertake the agency.' A priyateiihrcttlar, for the inspection of agents only_^ with fall list of _promiumf_, will be sent to any one who desires it, on receipt of a stamp to pay return postage. Some agents, have earned a hundred dollar' sold watch in one week. Every family should read at least one Newspaper from New York City, without interfering with their I_«cal Paperswhich of cours...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

Indemnity Against Loss by Fire. Franklin Fire Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIAOffice 163_£ Chestnut Street, Near 5th Street. _Statement of Assets, $ 1 3 827,18 O» JANUAEY; 1st, 1857. * Published Agreeably to an Aet of J.tttmblf, BEING First Mortgages, amply secured, ¦" _' ..•' $1,619,033 _TI Beai Estate (present value, $109,000) cost, 82,784 30 Temporary Loans, on ample Collateral wcarities, 80,114 18 Stocks, (present value, $83,88112, _coft, _Tl;232 or Cash, &c_, «U,_tzl 6ft -""i l,82T,185 80 PBEPETTJAX 0RXI5IITB1) _INFWftANOBS mad_»o» _^yery description, of property, in/v TOWN AND ;^ OUNTRY. Since their ineorporat_?on, a period of twenty-aWi* years, they have paidov/r THBEE Mn,U0N»0I.I.ASa XOSSES B-r FIRE: _thereby affording _eTldence.of th«*a.-vantngesoflnBurai_^e. aswell»8 the ability an* dup** _sitiontoimeet. _witblwomptness, ' all liabilltiea.-' /Losses by iirb. _. «* .-Losses paid do_^ng tho year 1866, _|301,M» B_* / DIKBQTOBS. Chas. N. _^_ahoob_, _Mobbkcat Jp. Lvr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

W ArCH_^S AND _JEWELRY ANOTHER NBW LOT QV _WATCHSJS AND JBWBLBY_, JUfli1 RECEIVED BIT _' Jy. W_. AC#|R,n h Cumberland street, next door to JJr _< Idneaweaver'_Si Oot.m.36. - t_^bf_* P L O C K S ' .-|A thirty Day, ' il just mm*ff LOOKING _QMASSES. \V _H0LESALE aSd R_|_T£$_SSS_£ «"» Portrait and Picture Frames ,^{gfcj l»rgo stock of the above always on hand j ™**™_£ »W * oll from 10 to 15 per cent, leas than any other _ostablishmenfrin the cpy. ¦ "• ' :•¦** (M _S. _roguilted_, **' A _^_Pi_^$_t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

Fagots for Heretics^—-The Aldgate Church, in London, hasafund, bequeathed to it in the dark days of persecution! Its specific purpose was to purchase fagots, not to warm the cold, or prepare food for the hungry poor, but to burn heretics. Some centuries are now past, and the supply so far exceeded- the demand, that there is nO more room for a storing away the abundant fag,_otsi The trustees of the fund, it is said, now give away the proceeds;, ttrlceep alive the poor, and comfort Jthe same class that a different age bad consigned to the stake. In Petersburg, Va., the other day, two free negroes were ordered to be whipped for attempting to fight a duel. It seem9 that they were both enamored of a rich old widow, who promised to marry both, provided one kept_, the secret from the other by keeping it to himself, and also, provided the one steals more flour, for her benefit, than the other.— The trick being discovered by one of the party, a duel was the inevitable consequence. But th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

Advise to Farmers.—The New York Post gives some advice "to the tillers of the soil," from which we take the following sensible and timely remarks : "The revolt in Indiais,the harbinger of famine : 180 millions of human creatures will need large supplies of food _froiR the product of other regions. The army of India, the transport fleet for that army and its supplies_; the necessities growing out of the disturbed state of that great English dependency, will call for much of our surplus beef pork, and flour. The two last-named articles are the product of every year, but beef requires year? of nourishment before" it is ready for use. The wicked, wanton waste of breeding power, which is the besetting sin of American farmers, ought lo be checked. Every farmer ought to be required to give an account of himself who kills a ferrrile calf. We ought to preserve every 'cow-calf for five years to come. By this method we might _^oon have a supply of beef, not only for ourselves but for any e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

_mr TKINSlias just returned from the city with flfgp his new stuck of Boots, Shoes, Trunks and TraTeling bags. ' Fancy Furs for _Xiajflies. TOHN _1AREIRA & Co., (New No.) 813 Market tf street, above Eighth, Philadelphia, Importers, Manufacturers and dealers in LadiesGentlemen and Children's FANCY PURSwholesale and retail. J. F. & Co., would call, the attention of dealers and the public generally to their jmmcnsc;Stock.of Fancy B_]urs for Ladies, Gentlemen .and Children: their assortment embraces every article and kind of Fancy 1'urs that will be worn during the season—such as Full Capes, Half Capes, Quarter Capes, TalmasYictorines, Boos, Muffs and Muffatees, from the finest Russian Sable to the lowest.price Domestic "Furs..- , . --Ppr Gentlemen tbe largest assortment of Fur Collars, Gloves, GauntletsAc; being the direct Importers of all our Furs, and Manufacturers ; of them under our own supervisionwe feel satisfied we • can offer bettor inducements to dealers an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

The Bravest Man at Waterloo.—A "bequest, similar to the "Jackson Gold Snuff-Box-," was once made in England by a gentleman_/ 'who' left a,sword to be given to the "bravest man at Waterloo." It was referred to Duke of Wellington to decide to whom the sword should be given. The Duke would not say who was the bravest where all were brave, but said that the men who were the most severely tried on that memorable Hay were those who defended the position at the chateau Hougoumont, and that inquiry should be made regarding those who fought at that point, This was done, and the award was finally made to a British sergeant, who, at a critical moment, when the French had unexpectedly forced open tha gate of chateau, and were about to enter, rushed forward, and, by the exertion of great personal strength and determination,succeeded, alone, in shutting the gate in the face of the French troops, and holding it till his comrades came to his assistance. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

NEW _BitRBElisa®?* DALY & WILLIAMS woullrespectfully inform the citizens of Lebanolthat thpy have opened a first class SHAVINI AND HAIR DRESSING SALOON, in _Markoltrcet, opposite the Lebanon Bank. They wouldlbUrfi_£ a share of the public patronage. • _Tki , Lebanon, May 20, 1857.—^tf. ¦ I .->. FOR _KENT.! A STORE ROOM AND CEiiLA«|n the new briqk building in Markot street,fll:tli of Water , adjoining Jacob Weidle's piopeCTyljn the bor _^ ough of Lebanon. It is calculated for a|by$ Goods and Grocery Storeand is in a thi#lypopulated neighborhood. Possession wil| bej|iven ftimeujntcly if desired.- Apply on th« _prlmisei lo __ / JOflNflLrSNAVELY_, _^ Lebanon_^_ag._g _._^- tf. , - _^L. P. _Gi WIKEL_« I -V/^ _r «ricklaycr _anrffTolift_^ Union Depoitt_, Dauphin cmnhf,_^eim a. IAMprepare4 at »H times, M putjtfP- Brick Work, in all' Its branchesandioiijfe saortest notice. Also, _^BRIOK _BUIt _DINGff Boii-beb, Inn.wallg,Boah«i8, Hearths, and all *«* conneotcd with a Furnace ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

l_>cImiion Valley Bank. Located in Market street, nearly oppo« site the United Hall, ong Door North of the Post Office. _TjrflLL pay the following RATES of INT1HW EST on DEPOSITS, on, and after, the 1st day of March, 1857, _vias :-*' For 1 year, and longer, 6 per cent, per annum* For 0 months, and longer, 5 per cent, per annum. For 3 mouths, and longer, 4-por cent, per annum_, ltequiring a short notice of .withdrawal, and affords a liberal line of accommodations to those who may favor it with deposits,payablo on demand. Will pay a premium on Spanish and Mexican Dollars, and also on Old American Dollars and half Dollars. Will make collections on and remit to all parts of the United Statesthe Canadas and Europe ; Negotiate Loans, &e., Acv, andf do a general EXCHANGEandBANKING BUSINESS. G. DAWSON COLEMAN, " _Presideat. Geo. Gleim, Cashier. ISfjHE, undersigned, Managers, are indiTidoally [4] _stable to th_% extent of their Estates for all deposits and other obligation...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

The Bedford Gazette says that John W. Bowen, of that county, wishes it to be put upon record that he is tired of the torn-foolery which, for some years; has governed the conduct of the oppo_* ajtion to the _tJerriOCracy, and that ha intends, at the approaching election, ta vote %r Gen. PACKER and the Dem* ocratie Bt_,ate and County Ticket, an example which wiH De followed by hundreds of other honest Wbigs in Bedford county who have been similarly surfeit* ed with the abominations of Know Nothingism and AbbHtionism. Mr, Bowen is a man of the first _respeclabil_* ity, and ranks among ouf most inteU ligeht citizens. We congratulate him upon the noble determination at which he has arrived, and cordially welcome him to a party which is founded upon the Constitution and Declaration of In* dependence. Let all other _conscien« tious men do likewise, and they will never regret the step.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

GUANO! GUANO!! GUANO!!! Att, KIXDS. Iieinau's Super Pliosphate of Linle . 7,OOOTONS; ¦ _TTIARMERS,-_^ for your WHEAT CROPS, use JD _Leinati's Super: Phosphate of Lime, at 2i cts. a lb. or $40 a Ton j or use . Leinau_'s American Fertilizer I at $3,50 a bbl. or $25 a ton. One barrel of cither is sufficient for an Acre of Wheat. These are . . .:. PEEMANENT _MANUEES, made of reliable Chemical Elements, and have been in successful use for the past Six Years, improving the soil and , increasing the value,of tho land. Four Diplomas from tho State Agricultural Society of Pennsylvania; Now Jersey; Delaware} and the Crystal Palace Association of the City of New York, 'have been received for these Valuable Fertilizers. . • P.amp "_hlets in the English and German Language can be bad by application at the Office. _£&§* A liberal discpunt to wholesale dealers., The above Fertilizers, delivered free of Cartago to any wharf in the old City proper. _, . Orders sent by Mail accompanied ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

Tenacity op Life.—It is' recorded that on the second dayof April last, a lady in Sharon, Mercer County, Pa., vacated a home, which has remained untehanted until last week. On opening one of the rooms, which was entirely close, a cat was found wretchedly emaciated but still living, having undergone a four month's fast. The cat bids fair to recover, and, as the story goes, "has a wonderful hankering after victuals." The School Committee of Boston have recently forbid the assignment of lessons of study, out of school, in the grammar school for girls. This action was taken at the instance of the city physician, who after -giving his attention to the subject;- had _become convinced of _ajarmingrconsequencds_' result_, ing from s _ikbh studies—cases';_pf broken constitutions, feebleness, insanity and deaths.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

_JLepanon _Jlufual Insurance Company. _Incokpohatbo sy the LEGistATOKB or Pa* CHARTER PERPETUAL. Office at Jonestown, Lebanon County. GUARANTEE CAPITAL $55,000. THIS Company is now fully organised an<l 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 tho Mutual or joint stock principle. President—Johjt _Bruxneu, Esq. Vice President—D. M. _Kaemantv Treasurer—Qeo._F. Meily. Secretary—Wh. A". _Babby. Directors. Jfabn Brunner, Esq., . Daniel Brown* D. M. Karmany, Napoleon Desn_, Geo. F. Meily. - John Arndt, W. A. Barry, John Meily, S. IT. Shirk, L. E. Walker, Daniel H. Biever, D. M. Rank. ^^" A. S. Ely is. the Agent for Lebanon, He may at all times bo found at his offios is Walnut Street. ¦ . .. ... ¦ . Jonestown, July 15,1857*—ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

_DlSTASOES FROM WASHINGTON. The* following is a list of the capitals of tha States, with their distance from Washington, D. C_, by the Post Office records, according to tbe course of the mail: Miles. Miloj. Augusta, Me., 635 Austin, Texas, 2,106 _Qoiieord,._!?. H., 542 Little Eock, Ark., 1,781 _SJontpelier, Vt., 557 Frankfort, Ky., 791 Boston, Mass., 468 _JSTashvillc, Tonn., 1_,11_» Providence, E. 1 _^ 407 _Oolnmbua, O.-, S42 Hartford, Conn., 344 Indianapolis, _fai, 720 Albany. N.-Y., 376 Springfield, f 11., 1,040 Trenton, N. J., 173 Jefferaon City, Mo,, 1,340 _Harrisburg, Pa., 127 Lansing, Mich., • T3S Dover, Del., 160 Madison, Wis., _D9S Annapolis, Md., 43 De3 _Moinos, Iowa, 1,24_^ Richmond, _Yav 171 Sacramento Cy,0a., 5,917 Ealeigh,_N. O,, S56 St. Paul, M. T., 1,376 Columbia, S. 0., 617 Omaha City, 2_f. T., 1,39! _Milledgerille, Q&., 372 Leeompton, K. T., 1 _> 495 Tallahassee, Ma., 1,535 Santa J?e, If, M., 2,814 Montgomery, Ala., 1,553 Salem, 0. T., 8,687 Jackson...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

Strange Infatuation.—There is,ah individual .residing in the neighborhood of Maple Root, by the name of Smith, who imagines that he is two hundred years old, although he does not yet number two score years. Yet every effort to disabuse his mind of this singular' fancy, has thus far proved unawailing. Smith has _maintained his present notion for three years, and talks of events, (which he says he witnessed,) which occured long before he was born. Upon every Other subject he is perfectly rational and in his business relations he is uncommonly smart. He says he will taste death, but is destined to live on until the end of time " .—Heighlstown Excel.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

BIAIU$pIOUI_,l>UItS, SIDES, M'hiteflAaokerel, Herring, Choose, VinegarTobaefcgars, Mour, Feeding, &e. , by J. 0. REISNER. Lebanon, July 3_g5fl. , Leather, Tit her, Leather! TTENRY W. _OVllAN, Importer of French XX Calf Skins, _unSeral Leather Dealer, No. 8, South 3d street, jfcdelphfa. A general _assortiil of all kinds of Leather, Mnr«ccos, Ae.t Red 1 Sole Leather. Feb. 25,1857,-l y_^ ' To Personmbout to Visit PHILfetPHIA! J_^ TRY Uft WESTERN HOTEL, _ffi_^_fm Market _sft below 9thstreet. Eve-|JfMi«» ry attentW gh'dn, with a desire to i* _^pimiso: »ding $1 per Day. ¦ M _noraiNS, July 22,'57-ly. 1 Proprietor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

Enterprising are the young, ladies of Kansas. The St. Louis Democrat says some of them wish to preempt lands, and the laws restricting the right of preemption to heads of families, widows, or single men over the age of twenty-one, the girls borrow babies, and so preempt as heads of families ! W _. hy should not the girls over twenty-one have the right to preempt as well as the boys—without-borrowing babies?' Theia'w is unjust, and it would: be a " fair retaliation to undertake the furnishing a family of babies, if necessary, for every spinster in Kansas. Who would not contribute to this laudable object 1 .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

''Section 4. In the yearone thousand eight hundred aud sixty-four, and in every seventh year thereafterrepresentatives to the number«9f one hundred, shall be apportioned and distributed equally, throughout the state, by districtsin _proportion to the number of taxable inhabitants in the several parts, thereof; except that any county coktainingat least three thousand five hundred taxablt's_, may be allowed si separate representation; but n_« more than three counties shall ho joined, and no county shall be divided, in the formation of a district.— Any city containinga sufficient number of taxables tpentitloit to at least two representatives ' shall have a separate representation assigned it, and shall be divided' into convenient districts of contiguous territory, of equal taxable population as near as may be, each of which districtsfeall elect one representative." At the end of section seven, same articleinsert'these words"thecily of Philadelphia shall be divided into single senator...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

FlutinWk ccordeons, Violins, BANJOS, «, liarinbnifiaii, MM, Guitar and _violiifcga, atf • ¦ _KEIZENSJPBIN & BROS' _aug. 19, 57. _Mpap Jewelry k yaridty Store. • Warns and ' Jewelry. *. :_;m JUST _reoeiviB arge assortment ofvWftfcshog V and Jewelry * , latest stylesCameo Breastpins, Flnger-rinmuvdrops, Gentlemen_^ Breast pins and Studa'S ate phenp at _RElfcpiN & BROTHERS, aug. 19, '57. ¦fpipoaite the Court Honso. A Second-banwn ENGINE, 10 horse pow-J _*. er. It is to Md to make room for ono of a larger size. Apn f ¦MAJOR * BKOTIIER.iH ' Lebanon, Jn!y_«67. ;

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