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

11 AftUER R E OT v i»« _^ .« WHO ttJws thebeStLIK!ENE_^_iJ[ i_^_JESA Elh ¦ j_^fe_" - <^; _fts _aa J5_JJl not regret i|. His terms are very mod-Hi ,^*?! 8 _- OOms _%e i0Pen _®_very day (except Su£%y») from 8 o'ellck. A; M., till 6 pf M. Lebanon, Jnne 3,185_?.

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

Barnum Arrested.—As the steamer Arabia was about to sail on Wednesday, Mr. P. T.rBarnurn, who bad taken passage for Liverpool,.. was arrested on a "Clock note," held as he says, by. a broker, who shaved it at about half its face. Mr. B. told the officer that if the broker wanted his "body," he was welcome to it,for he had, not known what to do with it these two years. Barnum says that most of his persecutors are men who obtain, the Clock notes at unlawful interest, and he looks to the . Courts to liberate him_.fromVtheir grasp. ,

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

CARPENTER WANTED |9 GOOD _JOURNltfAN CARPENTERS 1 Ai wanted immmliiitlnt tho Steam "Planing Mills of the undcrcigneni this borough. None but the bust of hands rSred, to whom liberal wages will bo given. At to BOAS, _BSER, A OETTLE. . Lebanon, Fob. IS, ISiKf, . Bunker 's III Santl. A Tory superior SAND* Building and other purposes, is offered fmle by. the undersigned, in Swatard township, Bunker's Hill. It is told at reasonable prices a&eliverodby the undersigned personally. Sanlanledand delivered hy other persons is not thlenuine article. April 22, 1865- tf. ¦&. C. COOPER.

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

Wood! mod! ¦Mill undersigned, _residmjEn North Lebanon Tag Borough, offers for _salfteap, 0OO or rOMCords (titlmntod) good Wood. It *• be seen at "Finsigan '_s dam," on the UnioXanal, near -Jones* _fwn. [may 27,'67. _BYIP BOYEB. CLOCKS, CLICKS, JWST _BECEIVEIMT _JT. W. ACKlR'S, from $1,25 to$lOf 8 dapnd 30 hour. Oct. 22, '66. trv

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

WithtomBtitsheimiMm_^ tt . «» ' Wffwm WORL_^_SSSft «»d sold,/WluAgd-S_^mf &bSSl lerfumeri tothe Writted-mtes. _SPS_^_S_^ _^° Wood«_%_Wteba_^ _^

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

Mr. D. S. Morrison, of Hot Spring county, Arkansas, had a very extensive field of corn, and going into . it, some days ago, he got bewildered and .lost, and wandered through the field for three days, subsisting on green corn. He was found by his negroes on the fourth day. We have, heard of big,cornfields, but have our own, thoughts about i the truth of the above _storyt . * EL, completed her lOOtn year on Son. day weeki:;;She;iiia5_- _»istet{©^th0 !•!• Jer^??1ijiB_|iin|_t_% m'AMM ffmtJlieiSed for longevity;rniHer mother'Pived to the agf_^f_^_l._E &|^_sgBjrx ii_^rdi4_itill _brigh t, notwithstandittguhe*- 100 years of sin* gle"Kleis_#ariea(3_r' ::!i --: _^j *???i: _'v _^^ — A PARM ._Ei, inf 0k°fpr_^, ..who. w_^a at work In _hia field a few days ago, took of? his vest and _hung it over, a fencf.,, In one pocket was a roll of _bills_^ amounU ing to 8205, audio the other f 50. A three month's old calf walked up to_._tha fence/and ate off one corner of th» vett _poek^^hibney...

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

_» you _wa|_R_^n B1Uld _^ _, - Cheap _LooMgrt _oVfiS. Gilt, Rosewood orMahjgiF8_w .. 60 TO _WQr

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

NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS . : ¦ PROM ; ALBERT G. RICHARDSON'S Advertising and Correspondence Office, 360 Broad way, New York.

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

In Ohio they have over, 2,800 _mileg. of finished railroad,the _epstpflwhichjias been about $90,000,-000.i .,rT_v hey _* mploy._| Constantly,abputS0j0_ftg i inen, 600,iocoraotiy jes_^ 5_^000.car_^,,:and _consurte|C_*ver 350,000 cords <if _" flrewoodannually. _: 'J SupjersiiHflfi_^A _Remarkable[ _'Case-_^ The" _jfregisieKp _f _^e_^rark ' ,_,relatell nn-^ulaf st ory;6f \_&j_0m$Q ' surjergtitibh in connection,w_^ th_^_fte _^ay-r_^^ inf plijtei ; ed some _ifev_^ weefil_^iince. ; i,I|, sa|_,a th_^ some .yeara;*_sfnceirha!: German laborer, working in, a_^garden, near, the fatal spot, observed a white leaf growing from a beet-root, which is said to be regarded as ah evil _«_menfc?r|i_^terland!_i _^ going home lies rerria'|fc«i d> Upon the circoiiii stance to his5 wife|§_ffh?oforthwith escort'- ed heir loixfihto _tfes litfle Vbi-Iiiy 'Which th'e bouse %as- SuWpuridedii; R anfli there pointed out _otofc_^_wlc_^_shiB'_aftio had _disi c_^v1re_^f_^t<i_#f^^hi...

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

_^ftjTKINS MoADAM just receiyed a g_|g_>new _^ stock' of Bo6ts|- Shoes, Tninks and Travelling bags. - : • " '•'; ' - : >¦ r *

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

lor the Advertise} OUR IMPROVEMENTS. Ho ! you stereotyped old fogies, All ye growlers at improvement—Here 's a song—111 sing it to you , Not the "Song of Hiawatha," But a song of good days coming In our quaint old Lebanon Borough. "Walk along with me, old burgher, Step along with me, old Jady, Take my arm, you nice old lady, Or you'll stumble o'er the sidewalks : Tho improvements arc not finished, Things done right take time and labor.1 So I talked to the old lady That I gallantly walked side of, That her bones might not be broken. But she gave me not an answer, Only coughed, looked _gruin and snufQod Then, not knowing what to say next, I began to cough and snuffle, Like this coughing, snuffling woman. So we walked (not ' ehatted) onward, . Till we came to where the strong mon Were all busy at improvement: ¦ They were pounding, beating, sledging Digging, shovelling, whpeling, car ting _,j And tho busy sons of Erin, . ,-And the sinewy Germani, . Looked not at the idle corners...

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

j_^_tWell, Peter, Where Have Yon Beeni-f_^. WIIY, I have been at tho STOVE STOKE of JAMES N. ROGERS, and bought one of his superior COOKING STOVES, ns he has just returned from the city and brought one of the largest assortments of STOVES ever brought to Lebanon. 3Iy neighbor got one from him, and it is the best Cooking Stqve I ever saw. They can. Bake, Roast, Cook and Wash at the same time, if they wish toand it does otbrything to perfection; 1 was determined to get one of the same sortaud the best of all is ho warrants every Cooking Stove he sells to do as he represents. A few more of tho same sort left, with a general assortment of Parlor, Hall, or Dining Room Stoves, which will be sold cheap, with a full assortment of TIN and _SUEBT IRON WAKEgenerally connected with his business. _^8°" All work entrusted to him will be done with neatness and dispatch. Lebanon, Sept. 23, '57. JAMES N. ROGERS. RE1GARTS _WJWE & I_,I«|U©ig _STOISSS rtORNER of Market & Water Sts.,...

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

AU Hail/ Someihf for the'Million / i;yEea!l tlipattentiot/'_ajl.oiaRnJyounK.tofhis won *¥ derful pwparatioif'hjeli turns bacKTtbitsoriginnl t-olfir, gray hnir_^- coYc| ';lle !>««_4<>f the _bajLCwith a luxuriant growth—remof the dandruff, itching, and all cnftiiieous oruptlodsfE-fiHsefc a coutinu;U flowitf the imtar.il Huids: and liem-If usc4 as a regular dre_^sint; for tho hairwill pres_^ffe_^Mbr, _afid Ketfpif-from fiiilini? to extreme oia _*_WE jilt its _natural beaaUf. We call, then, upon the SalU _.fegr_^y, _Or.aiseasedinsealp_.totisB it; and: .surely; the wag will not, sis tbey valne th_» flowing locks, or theltchingcurlever be without it.— Its praise is upon thtongue of thousands. - . patertownMass.May 11S55. „ Prof. O. J. ¦Woop:-|_U1ow me to attest _theTirtnessml magic powers of youlHaw- Restorative. Three njontlis sincebeing excoeai|lygray,I purchased and soon commenced to use, two fttttes; and it soon began to tell, in restoring tliasilvejpiks to th...

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

THE TARIFF! _JfSS?' While the demagogues of the opposition are taking advantage of the present derangement in monetary affairs to again raise the cry of "Protection," we would like them to show the consistency they are guilty of in supporting at the very same time a radical free-trader for Governor of Pennsylania if they are able. We have only to say to such of the people of this State as still adhere to the belief that our manufactures require a high protective Tariff to enable them to get along, that they are going directly contrary to their convictions in supporting David Willmot. P. P. P. Packer. Pennsylvania. Peace w. w. w. Wilmot. .Wailing, War. l>.ivid Wilmot. From the _Harrisburg Telegraph(the Whig State Organ.) ¦ ;," _. ' of July 8,1846. ' "We rejoice in being able to record the votes of all the Loco _Eoco members in Congress, from this State, excepting Wilmot op Bradford cousty, against the repeal of the Tariff of 1842. This recreant son who baselg betrayed he...

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

The Central America—A Stoey fob the Mar-TBitotrs.—The Norwegian barque Ellen, which rescued apart of the passengers of the Central Amorica, had previously had all her boats" stovo in the gale, and every individual of those saved by her was drawn on board by lines thrown them as She sailed through drifting masses of drowning men:—her captain handling his vessel as only a Bailor could, going ahead, getting stern way on her, and drifting to leeward as the cries about him from those who he could not see through the darkness of the night indicated. Their escape is unequalled in the annals of marine disaster and relief. It has been stated that the captain, of the Ellen was induced to alter his course by a bird which flew in his face three times. This statement, so curious to the lovers of the marvellous, is made by several of the passengers. " B. M. Leo says: "The captain of the barque which brought us to Hampton Roads treated every one with the greatest kindness in his power. , He to...

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

WEIMEE m&cmijr® w@rm$, Opposite the Lebanon Valley R. R. Depot, Lebanon, Lebanon county, Pa. _jfrTff_^g"*_"** WM. & P. L. WEIMER, Propri-$$! _^ _^_IeSI! e'ors » manufacture Steam Engines _^_pa_^^^a! from 1 to 300 horse power, of the _^I_^ JPaaswIlatest 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 Druggists and persons wanting-a small amount of 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 P. L. Weimer's Patents j Rolling Mill, Sawing, Planing and Flouring Mill Fixtures; Mining Pumps ; ' Hoisting Machinery for Mines and Stone Quarries ; Railroad Cars, Iron Bridges, Shafting, Hangers, Pul...

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

E.nABEB: ! H._KABETR _* : |ir.kABEB. THIS NEWFiRM _= F_^^ ARE ROIiDINC _OtTTl GREAT _IN0OCEKTS_, BIT THEIR SEtiEN-BID ASSOMENT of SPRING AND SUMBflGOODSv WHIC H they are selling off vjKieap. Their assortment of _Ltfdiiflress Goods is hard to beat, having all the._u»yles, which are all well selected. Araong _^ thij_^u will_,find Lamertines, Ducals, Oriental W_16_} CBineso Cloth, Printed Lama|Silk T_^f_^d , Crape de Paris, Berege Robes-,;plain _TissAnd_^.Eereges. Black and Fancy . . Silks, " vciry _*Pi and vtry handsome, ChalliSjlil._D. Lainsjcge _Detains, Prints,-;GinghamsLawns,•BriUj f° Lustres, .fee., and' a variety of other _Fanej_>r _^_M; Goods. The ladies are especially invited to J and, see tho _^_K_^:N6w_<6oSjEf ''; _-_^ April 22, 1855. ¦ _.>¦.?': I Preserve _yftiiifeetii. n UILFORD & _LEMBfiRGlirepare an arti-VT de, Pearl I)entrijtr.&fgi , ft Tooth powder, that can be used, having 3_^ ' iMdelightful odor and _phjasant.. ' taste,, pol_^...

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

_JN ext _Toesday s Election. ;We {;ru3t thWeyory_^ Democrat, every opponent of _BljCok_* Republicanism and Know Nothingism ia _fiubanon county, will go to the polls next Tuesday>'dnd assist intheelection of our county Tickoi. The election of Packer, Strickland, Strong _andThompson, is a foregone conclusion, by probably-50,000 majority over the free-trade Wilmot ticket; but we should riot bo content with that,— let us carry Lebanon county. The rote last fall was as follows t Fremont, • 2462 fillmore, 699 Buchanan, 2514 ' Jf we could poll 2514 votes for Buchanan, why should we not this year surpass that glorious vote In a noble anil patriotic" cause like ours. If *2ie proper exertions are made, we can elect oar _tfholo ticket from Senator down to _^Auditor. l-<efc our friends every where be active and vigilant, and haveWery voter at the polls. 0>_a; friends never like to bobcat, but what effort is there to prevent a yearly defeat, if, having-tfio strength,you ...

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

_LEBAKOK Door and Sash Manufactory ! Located on the Steam-House Roadnear Cumberland Street, East Lebanon. i -jDCjt_^ _lSiHi THE undersigned respectfully in-«l_^_aj^^|forni the public in generalthat they |i|?_as|p|jl|Ei have added largely to their former _^_Ms_^^^sm establishment, and also -have all kinds of the latest and best improved MACHINERY in the State in full operation, sueh as WOOD WORTH'S FLOORING, _$•&_, for conducting the general business for Planing, Scrolls, Sawing., &<s.., &c.% and the experience acquired by E. Longaker and J. G.Gabel,during their connection with the Door, Sash and Lumber Trade, for a number of years past, affords full assuranqo.of their ability, in connection with J. GabeLto select stock suitable to the wants of the Door and Sash business in this State. _^SSI_^They now offer to-Bteehanies and Farmers generally, upon favorable terms, a judiciously assorted stock of DOORS, SASH, &c, from the best Lumber,manufac...

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

Don'_i Hoard the Coix!—There is an abundance Of gold and silver coin in the'country for all the Ordinary transactions of daily lifo, if it is only kept in circulation. A small specie currency is the life-blood of business, and if it be wanting to any considerable extent, business will languish, stagnate or decay in proportion as its Hfo-blood is wanting. - _^ ®""The difference.—When the revulsion of 1837 took place there wore not over sixty or seventy millions dollars of specie in the country. Now the amount is calculated to be $289,345,541, or more than ten dollars of gold and silver for every man, woman and child now living in the United States,, and crops, sufficient in themselves, after meeting the current obligations of the year, to lay aside a balance large euough jto double the present specie capital of the banks. jfiSIt" John B. Rutherford, the colored republican Candidate, for Senator in this district, will probably be defeated by the pervading feeling against admitti...

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