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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

IP YOU WaXT A Cheap Looking Glass, Gilt, Roscwopd or Mahogany, or Venitian Blinds, go to DUNDORE & OVES. JA TKJ3_SS & McADAM have just receivod a \Jkm\ new stuck of Boots, Shoes, Trunks and Travelling bags. NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

TEEaLLQfG IfAEKATIVE Of a Shipwrecked Passenger on Board tho " Central America!"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. ¦ ¦ ; .: [' . -• FROM .• ' ALBERT G. RICHARDSON'S Advertising and Correspondence Office, 360 Broad--w .fty>s _^e w. York.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

The President and the Professors THE L1TTEB TO THE PRESIDENT. The undersigned, citizens of the United States and electors of the State of Connecticut, respectfully offer to your excellency, this,;their memorial. The fundamental principle of the Constitution of the United States, and our political institution, is that the people shall make their own laws and elect their own rulers. We see.with grief, if not with astonishment, that Govi Walker, of Kansas, openly represents and proclaims'that- the. President of the TJnitedStotes is _^employing through him(Walker) an army, one purpose of which is to force the people of Kansas- to obey laws not their own nor of the1 United States, but laws which it is notorious and established upon evidence they never made, and rulers they never elected. We represent, - therefore,.,that by the foregoing your excellency is openly held .up and proclaimed to the great derogation of our nation al character as violating in its most cscential particula...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

J_/&- The Lancaster Agricultural Fair com toences to-day. _\5aa_« Hon. Andrew Johnson) democrat, h_._os boon _elected to the United States Senste, by the Legislature of Tennessee, in place of Hon. J. C. Jones. _jSSf An earthquake occurred in Missouri and Illinois on the 8 th _inst. It was so severe in some places that chimneys were tumbled down. _mt » — ¦ ! _^_3g_» The Boiling Mill of Messrs. Potts & Baily, in PottsTille, Pa., which had been suspended in September, again commenced operations on the 6th inst. ,. . nii_^_t n _»iii C— - . ¦ _^gft. The returns from Kansas are so incomplete that it is hard to tell which side wins. ' It is neck and seek with a prospect for a Democratic Legislature. . * £$&" Hon. Louis McLaoe, Secretary of State, under the administration of Gen. Jackson, died In Baltimore, on Wednesday, the _?th inst., in the T2d year of his age. ^^.The Georgia election for Governor and Congressmen took place on the 5th, and resulted in the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

The Tricks of the Opposition The opposition party to the Democracy lives by excitement—by playing upon the credulity and feelings of its adherents. The panic in monetary affairs at the present time, together with the misrepresentations they could make out of the action of Iho Democratic members of the recent extra session of the Legislature, was a perfect God-send to them. There was a hook here for them to hang a hope upon, and like drowning men, they caught at the straw. With what result a day or two will show; but we believe that they found no more benefit in their endeavor to shift the entire responsibility of tho hard times upon the democrats, than.a drowning man does from the straw he clutches at in his desperation; Since we have.any knowledge in politics, every recurring year ha 's witnessed a repetition/ by the opposition party, of some scheme of excitement or panic, with more of less success. When it was not a Hard Cider, Military Chieftain, or Kansas excitemnnt, it ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

W/ ; auoia mayaungto this won-• " derful preparation, which tarns back to its original' color, gray hair—covers the head of the bald withalux--uriant growth—removes the dandrnff, itching, and all1 cutaneous eruptions—causes a continual flow of the natural fluids; and hence, If used as a regular dressing fbr the hairwill preserve its colorand keep it from falling tp extreme ola age, in all its uatui-al beauty. We call, then, upon the bald, the gray, or diseased in scalp, to nso it; and surely, the young will not, as they value the flowing locks, or the witching eurl, ever be without it.— Its praise is upon the tongue of thousands. ¦ '¦ _ Watertown: _jSlass., _Maj 1, J855.., Peof. O_. J. Woow—Allow me to attest the fjurtues and _magiis powers of your Hair Restorative- Three months sincebeing exceedingly gray, I purchased and soon commenced to usrtwo bottles; and;it _sbon began to tell, ia rcstorine the silver locks to their native color, and the hair which was before dry and harsh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

WEIMER MJiCHIJTE WORK®_, Opposite the Lebanon. Valley R, R.- Depot, Lebanon, Lebanon county, Pa.' _jQOf_^_jS_?_- WM- & p- !" _WEIMER, Propri-ME H8»j teft&etors, manufacture Steam Engines _SS«^^^|f rou} 1 to 300 . Horse .power, of the _tflj! _{ Li_,tiffg5g_^jlatest stj'les arid patterns, with all tuo modern impro%'ements»i 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 spneo, and can be put up in a roomfas.ahousehold 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...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

»• —srcrv- _* ft PJEMJF_^fM _JEn _Y_? _fl UILFORD & LEMBERGER, Graduates of _vT Pharmacy, and Practical Apothecaries _^and Chemists, offer to the public a large and carefully selected stock-.of: Df«gs > _^ Medicines, Chemicals, Dye-stuils, Oilsj. Spiles,' -Perfumery, $6ilet 'Articles, Flavoring Extracts, _TdBatJco and Cigars, pure Wines and Liquors'fdK Medical purposes_^ with evcryfliing'in_^hejif'line as Druggists, Per-? fumers and ' venders of Fancy Articles, which we can confidently recommend to Families, _PhysjU cians, Country Merchants and Dealers, as being5 fresh, pure, and prepared in the best manner.— All the new Preparations * Chemicals and Patent Medicines: Horse and, Cattle Medicines. Th ' e 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. "_^^, All orders corr octly answered, and Physicians' Prescriptions arid Fa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

Farmers ' & ITIecIianics ' FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP {IjpHE undersigned would respectfully invite the QSfl attention of their friends and the public in general, to' the fact that they are prepared, the coming seasqn, _^manufacture and have ori hand the largest and best assortriient of -•'• • ¦ '• FARMING IMPLEMENT_^ 6_^r offered t0 thQ Farmeri ? ?f _tWs county, ' snchi as _Wheeler's Improved Railway Horse-Powers and Threshers j- Manny's combinedL Reaper and s , f. Mower, _wjUh Wood's ' _Latcr stlmp royemenls •':A . Cojemah's Farm Mill j Gi-aitf Drills'ancl-. MFans;-Gourley's Patent _toarow tod _^ • •* "• Clod Cutterj Corn Houghs and Planters . Portable Cider Mills ,, Clover-Hullers , Corn ' ShellersFodder Straw and Hay Cutlers &ij «^i. All of the above Machines are of ' theTatest and best _improvements, and are all warranted to give satisfaction. Also, ; r ¦¦¦ ' ¦ ¦/¦ Castings of all kinds made to Order 'SMTOTwn 01106 ! _£ articuIa _? _attention paid to K.iJ&g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

ELIJAH L0_SQACRE...J0H5 G. GABEL...JACOB CABKL _LEBASTOK Door and Sash Manufactory ! ; Located on the Steam-House Hoad, near Cumberland Street, East Lebanon. _fQTjfg jgy THE undersigned respectfuilyir i-^_Mnffl|P!Sy_|f6rm the public in generalthat they |||P&"||p|^uave added larg e ly to _Iheir fo rmer _^^,.!^_fe^!testablish' incut, and also have all kinds of the latest and best improved MACHINERY in the State in full operation, such as WOODWORTH'S FLOORING, <f-c, for conducting the general business for Planing, Scrolls_^ Sawing., Sec, < &>c, and the experience acquired by E. _Longaker and J: G-.Gabel,during their connection with the Door, S(tsh and Lumber Trade, for a number of years past, affords full assurance of their ability, in connection with J". Grabel,to select stock suitable to the wants of the Door and Sash business in this State. _^^.They now offer to Mechanips and Farmers generally, upon favorable terms, a judiciously assorted s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

Tim OwniXAj. MKmcisijKsTABMsnMn ,i.vlP37 - • And Jirtt article- of {lie hn& everintroduttd umdtr t»^ _' name o/'Tc - .x-wc WMkfsf_^,H Jut, or any othcr. country; fit ether J_'tt_/jnmtfc Wiftrl mrt _coaJ/Tftrl_*. The _feautnt ran be *»mcni % th* name tiBY' £3i.fgmar # Seli«re Asthma. Brondiiia , _KflBcnlt _JSa»lijiB«; n « BRYAV_^ ruLjIONIC WAFERS _Eehere Spitnng of _Kood, ' _taiai ia th_» Chart, _„ ¦¦ ' * BRYAN- .S PUIiMONiC WAFERS _Helwweiiiicip_^at Constuaptioni_^LTmg _Tftrwit . BRYAN'S _PULMOMC WAFERS B«»v_« Irntatio-a of the _Tlvila _ioid _Tw_^_la ' _*i aL 3R _H VSPLLM AX _^ FAKERS .-Ke!»ve the abovo Complaiafas'ia Ten _lilBiHitM. BKYAX-S Pm.MOXierwiVFBRs Are ft _hlessing to Ell _classessand _eoiatitBlJonm_. ¦ • BRYAX-S _PrI.MCMMC- WAFERS " Are adapted for _Jocalist_^ and-JPubMe Speakers. BRWIXVS PtJLMO_^ICAWAFKBS , improve the _comnass aai flexibility of the V«ri_^ * v , _BttYXAfs PUliMOKIC WAFERS- * *w la a simple form'and-, pleasant to the taita _ . , BRYAX'S _PTJL...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

; ; Gold, Gold, Gold. _w 2_TFTHE _greatest o . ffer:4nrgold . peng.igold:pencils,-; gold .,iul9 chains, and gold watches, ever made.,, Bead the following:—;i *: - ¦¦' ' ¦ ¦ " " ' ; • _ ¦ '¦'•¦ '-'' ¦ ' - • "•• ¦ • ¦ > A Splendid Gold Premium, _'irbrtli from five to one hundred dollarspositivel y given to any person who can spare one day in a week, or one hour in a day, getting up clubs of subscribers in his own and ndjoiuiug neighborhood, for the best and most popular family _newspaper now published. No expense, no outlayno, capital _required of agents. An entire, new plan is _propoaefl, by •which any person can succeed in making it'a paying business, who will undertake? th ' e "g*11 ?^- A private circular, for <he inspection ,_ofj agents only,-with full list of _proiniums1 , will be sent to any one who desires iti on receipt of a stamp to pay ret ' nrn postage. Some agents have earned _,a hundred dollar gold watch in " one week. -;,K veryikmily should read ' at leas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

HOFFMAN, IMMEL % GO:S LEBANON GOUNTY _rRAftSPORTATIOW LINE BY UN SOX CANAL AND Lebanon Valley Railroad, npBIS LINE eoasists of 22 first-class BOATS, X running between Philadelphia, "Baltimore, and nil other points along the Union; Schuylkill, Tide-Water and Pennsylvania Canals. FREIGHTS contracted for at;the lowest possible rates, nud delivered with dispatch. ; The Proprietors will pay particular attention, and attend personnlly, to the receiving and delivery of Freights. " • SHIPPERS arid MERCHANTS can! rely on having their GOODS delivered in good condition and with promptness and dispatch, aflow rates. One of the Firm will pay particular " attention to Goods shipped by the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Goods will be _sent daily to arid from Philadelphia to LebanonjMyer.ef.own, Aniivillei Jonestown, and all other points in the county. ¦¦ ' -:- ' • " For information, apply at their .Office in North Lebanon, or at the Lebanon '. . EDWARD MARK, their, Agent:in PbiladQlphia, will alwa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

_^FHE CENTRAL BOOT _& SHOE $ TO RE, _i»«tt«_cl (_gf _rwelf_, WITH many thanks to my patrons ftfr their liberal patronage thus, far, bestowed,: and the determination to merit a contanuation, of the same, I airi now ready, Ladies and Gentlemen, (having disposed of my Tf infer stock j) to offer you a weE-seiected Pall and Winter stock. Come and see and judge for. .yourselves. ......: > -. I will tell you the place, and you ne'er will forget, When you once "behold Qfdeff'_s beautiful ' fit Of Gaiters, Bootes or Buskias'which greet _, -, : ¦;. ¦ ¦< _AVith a graceful appearance on the Ladies'feet , , My place may be found on. Cumberland street_^, Where each of my friends 1 weleomely greet, "Hs here may be found all patterns well made, iy Got up in tall style for_;-the opening Fall trade. Come gentlemen, yon that want a good boot I-have got a Fall fashjoathat surely s will suit,. ; If a Calf or a Kip of good*' mechanical skill, Just give rae a call I'll fit you at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

NORTH LEBANON AHEAD WITH AN _jmz jl. _c _tkt _rm_? - ASSORTMENT OF CHEAP DRY GOODS, Groceries_, Queehsware _^ _fyc.y FUNCK \ BRO., _* " l , -AI THE ' ¦ ¦'¦ K ' _* |_HAIVSI©3V HOUSE "¦- ... IN" •¦_- _' JYbrth _Ijehahorts "VSTHO invite the attention of pnrchaserstqtliefir f V very extensive stock of FRESff. GK)0_fiS, . . embracing every variety of DEESS GOODS j for Ladies and Gentlemen, which they are prepared to offer to reliable and prompt customers, at thff Howest rates, guaranteeing, every reasonabl* sati»_-;. faction. Please examine, before purchasing eiso-» where! , " JACOB K. _FUFCK, April22, 1857. JOHN K.FUNCK_,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

IMP OR TANT TO FARMERS ! A. R.HTIRSH'S PATENT , _, Maiiiiii*e _JBxcaTafor and Hay Elevator. _T _lf ANUFACTURED & SOLD by Elias Kreider, JjX' Proprietor of ih'e right for Lebanon county (excepting the two A' nnvilies & Londonderry. This Machine is superior to any now in use _> for strength, durability and siuiplieityof construction. The Machine, .when set in the form of a Manure Excavator, will do its work admirably. When the load is drawn out as far as neeossaryj by giving a little jerk or. tap at the curve of the long lever, it will unshift,,and the stop bar lever will fly forward and the fork will unload itself. The same machine, with a very slight alteration, will answer for elevatirig Hay in Barns, better than any kook or fork now in use., The fork is _unshifted, when swinging in the mow, by giving a very little jerk at the rope, which is extended down through the hand bolt of the stop bar. Notice.-—All persons _' are hereby forbid buying or selling th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

_JKKEMIAn BOAS.....GEO.GASSBR JOSIAH (SETTLE LEBANON COUNTY STEAM PLANING _MHJk tffijF_^f_*^ BOAS, GASSER & GETTLE _fflrfsjw j _te_^_jwish to inibrin the citizens of Leb-^_g_^_i_^^^^non County and neighboring eoun-^_aigiy_^_te_^g-l-i-_^s, that they are now in full operation, and are prepared to do all kinds of CARPENTER WORKbyMACHINERY such as Flooring Boards, Weather Boarding, Sash,_Door$_,Window _fy Door Frames, Shutters, Blind' s, Planing Scrolls, . SAWING, and anyother kind of Sawing which may be wanted to suit builders. The subscribers beg leave to inform the public that they have the latest and best improved machinery in the county, such as Wood worth's Planer, Ac, and that they are able to produce as good work as the county can produce. None but the best and'well-seasoned LUMBER will be used. Carpenters and Builders are invited to call and examine their ready-made stock, which they will always keep on hand, and judge for _themselves. ' _^g@_^ Their Shop is on ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 14 October 1857

NEW EXPiK_/ESSir,; _fT_^HE Subscriber has made arrangements for X running a DAILY EXPRESS, in connection with His Freight Line, on Philadelphia and Reading and Lebanon Valley _Railroads/and is prepared to forward PackageSj jMon_^y, Jewelry, and other valuables daily each way..-; Between Philadelphia, B_^adiife j ' &o,( Each Express in charge'6f a SpeeiaFMes ' senger by Passenger Trains. All orders promptly'delivered, and goods forwarded with the-greatest despatch, at reduced rates. ..- ¦ ,. .: -.- _ ¦ '¦:¦ ¦ , Mark all goods Care of P. AtBRiGnt's Freight Line, or Express, as parties orderingmay intend. Offices 311 Race Street,_^Philadelphia; corner of Fourth and Penn streets, Reading; at -Sinking Springs. - Womelsdorf, Mcyerstown, aiid_^at D. Grasflf's, Cumberland street, Lebanon:---' - -: • : P. : ALBRIGHT. N. B.—-A.Line of Six Boats, running between Philadelphia and Pottsville to carry Merchandise and Freight generally. :¦! . ;;• . ¦ Schweitzer & Co., 65 North ...

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