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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 15 July 1857

liClmnoii l? ein»le §eiiii iiaB*y. {jjgBE objeefc of tbis INSTITUTION is to iuiuHu par*; to toukg ladies a thorough Education, and thus prepare them for the faithful dischargd'of the various duties to which they maybe called in'life. Experienced Teachers have been employed; who will give instruction in all the branches of. a-good ENOLISH Education, Latin, Greek, {French, Music, _Paistixo and Deaw-ING. Arrangements have been made for Boarding _^ all from tlie Country, or froma distance, who may desire _, tdfavail themselves of tlie _advantages offered.'._"' "'" " . . . '" " ' . " ••;-. ¦• ¦ _fliSh 'Forany further information, address either Efivf-AUGUSTUS G. WEDBKMD, Guardian antVisitoror LEGH R. BAUGHER, Principal: ---Wo also refer to the Faculty of Pennsylvania *<_3pilego, Gettysburg, Pa.; Rey.H. S. Miller, jj&yi_* Kline, Jacob B. Weidman, Charles Greena--irait, Henry & Stine, and others having daughters in the School. Lebanon, September 10,1856.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 15 July 1857

_WIesc and _liquor Store. rrj&. undersigned having opened a wine axd ¦ *• MQtJOB . stoke, • at the North-west corner of Market add. 'Water Sts., (in thereoniformerlyoccupied' by J. "Weidle, Esq.,) is now prepared to farnish the citizens of the borough ami county of Lebanon, -with all kinds of choice Liquors, siteh as Madeira, Port, Lisbon, and Muscat ¦ _^_gJiYES _, Brandy, Gin, Old Rye ^""tyhiskey_, Jamaica Spirits, <$ fc, which ho will sell at very .reasonable prices for cash, in quantities not less " than one gallon. IIo would invite the public in general to give him a call, and hopes by strict attention to business and a desire to please, to receive a liberal share of patronage. EMANUEL RE1GART. April 29;i85?. _fg_^ TKLNS has just returned from the city with Q§_3b his now stock of Boots, SBoes, Trunks and _Traveling bags.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 15 July 1857

Indemnity Against Loss by Fire ¦ — __. • Ficmklin Fire Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA. OrncB 163_£ Chestnut Street, Near 5th Street. STATrMENT OF ASSETS, _^ I jSSTj 180. JANUARY 1st, 1857. PuLlixhed Aijveeuhhj to tin Act of A_«se»Mg, BEING rn_^t AroTtgHges. _nmplr securod, $1,519,932 73 Hud I itate{present value, $100000) cost, 82,»84 36 _emporary Loans, on ample Collateral secu- ¦ •' ntics, S9,IW 18 _Stotks (present value, $83,S81 12, cost, - 11,232 9< _Cahli_, it., 64,121 68

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 15 July 1857

$1,827,185 SO PKKPETOM_. OR LIMITED INSURANCES made on every description of property, in TOWN AND COUNTRY. Rates as LOW as are consistent with security. Since their incorporation, a period of twenty-eJgM years, they have paid over MI BE B MII.U0S DOLLAKS LOSSES Bir JflltE, thereby affording evidence of the advantages of Insurance, as well is the ability and disposition to meet, with promptness, all liabilities. LOSSES BY FIRB. Losses paid during the year 1856, ,; $301,635 U DIRECTORS. Chas. X. Basckeb, J Mor»ec.« D. Lewis. Tobias TV'agxee, H.vna S. Browx, : ; Samum. Qbast Isaac Lea, ._Tacoh K. Smitr, Bdwam> C. DAtE, Geo. W. Uichakbs, _Gkorce _Falks, CnAia.ES J>. Basckbb, President, Chaeles Q. Basckeb, Secretary. Feb.23.-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 15 July 1857

CLOCKS, CLOCKS, '¦ ¦ •' ' _JIJST RECEIVED AT * ¦ j. _- : %v.. _M_.e;jKER>.s;,-From $1,25 tOr_^_pB_^day aiidr 30 liovr Oct. 22, 'M.- .:>P ' . , . '"¦ ¦¦_: ;; ,. BUY your Drugs, Medicines,1 Perfumery, Spices Combs and _Brushes, Spices, Dye StufiFs Var ' nishes,;genuihe _Cigars;_JB_|ro Southern Tobaoco Pine Oil, Burning Mnid,'Sperm ' Candles, &e " ., &e ' at , _GOILEPlia _' & LBMBEEaiSR'S ' New Drug Store, opposite &O Market House - January 7,_1S57. -. ¦¦¦ -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 15 July 1857

_^ _^J_^'eserve yoiii_^ _TPeeth. n UILFORD &XEMBEB .&EB_¥repare ah arti-V* Cle, Pearl _Denfnfiee, theJnestTqqth powder, that can be used _^. having a _naost delightful odor and -pleaeant taste,> Poliihes and "preserves the teetiv_^to which ifc-gives a p6ar_!_4ike _whiteness; imparting a map, delightful _fragrance to, the breath, restores the gams an._«L _preserves them in fuU health and _^ _vigori Prepiaifed arid sold only, at GUH4FOBD A lEMBBBGEB'S ' _Kow Drug Store, _Market st. January ?. 185?. *? * *' -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 15 July 1857

g~^ CERIES, Fish, Salt and Queens _vJT ware are offered very low aj Raber & Bros Come one, eome all, enough for each, enoughrfor all _^jUComc and buy whero you can get the cheap est and best goods. April 22,1857.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 15 July 1857

The Cheapest Sofas - Are said by DUNBORE & OVES.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

ISAAC HOFFEK_, SURVEYOR AND CONVEYANCER, ] OFFICE in Curaberhmd street, opposite the "Eagle Hotel," Lebanon, Pa. •> Lebanon; April 22, 1857.-1 y. licvi _Ificily, J ATTORNEY AT LAW, WILL attend promptly to all business entrust- t ed to him. Office in Cumberland street see- £ end door East from Market street, and opposite the Ingle Buildings. _fLcb., may 13, 1S57. _kIMovaII D R. WM. M. _GUILF01LD lias removed his Office to his now residence on Market Street, a few doors North of Kaber & OvesJ Store, and between it and the Few Lutheran church. Lebanon, Bee. 10, 1856.-tf. ~ WOU SALE. A T Private Sale, Two Building Lots, on the corner of Chestnut nnd Elizabeth streets, Bast Lebanon, For further particulars, apply to J. H. KEIM, Daguerreotypist-Lebanon, June 3,lS57.-6t. ' A Second-hand Steam ENGINE, 10 horse pow- i or. It is to bo sold to make room for one of a larger size. Apply to i A. MAJOR & BROTHER. , Lebanon, July 1,1867. HiifisT_^_ll_^_VEDER_^ SIDES , Wbito...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

A Wedding Kace. ! " Among the Huzerehs—people of A- j 3ia—the following is the way weddings are managed : The suitors of the maiden, nine in number, appear in the field, all unarm* ed' but mounted on the best horses they _san procure; while the bride herself, on a beautiful Turkoman stallion, surrounded by her relations, anxiously surveys the group of lovers. The maiden has a certain start given, which she avails herself of to gain a sufficient distance from tbe crowd to enab _j_^ her to manage her steed with freedom, so as to assist in his pursuit the suitor whomisbe prefers. On a signal from the father, all the horsemen gallop after the fair one, and which ever first succeeds in encircling her waist with his arm, no matter whether disagreeable or to her .choice, is entitled to claim her as his wife. After the usual delays incident upon such interesting occasions, the maiden quits the circle of her relatives, and putting her steed into a hard-gallop, darts into, the ' open ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

Remaukablk Case of Conflicting Testimony.—The trial of the celebrated cow case between Messrs. £. C. Vore and J. M.Byers, of Mount Vernon, Ohio, was resumed on Thursday last, and did not terminate till Saturday evening, when the jury returned a verdict in favor of the defendant, Byers, for eighteen dollars damages. Messrs Vance and Cooper for the plaintiff, and Messrs. Delano and Sapp for the defendant. We need hardly add, after naming the attorneys, that the.case was conducted with zeal and much ability on both sides. This, we presume, is the most extraordinary case of ihe kind that ever occurred in Ohio. At the commencement of this replevin suit (for such it was) each party had the most entire confidence that he would be able to adduce such an array of unequivocal testimony in his right to the cow and calf in dispute beyond any reasonable doubt. And certain it is that the plaintiff did produce a most formidable array of testimony. So clear and strong was the evidence produced ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

JAMES. F. MAXWELL, _MAXPFACTUnER OP Improved Fire and Water Proof COMPOSITION ROOFIiW, Harrisburg, Pa,, j ! "D E8PECTFULLY inform tho citizens of Har- | 1 XV risburg, Reading, Lancaster, Lebanon, and j their vicinities, that we are prepared to put on roofs on most liberal terms, and at the shortest notice. We . respeetfully call the attention of persons about to build, to our invaluable method of roofing, now much used throughout the principal cities of the United States and their vicinities. This mode of roofing having all the combined requisites of cheapness, Durability, and Security against Fire and Water, and dispensing with high gable walls; the roofs require an inclination of not more than • three-quarters {j) of an inch to the footand in j many cases saving the entire cost of rafters—the ceiling joist being used. The gutters are made of the same material, without any extra charges ; consequently, our roofs are put up at almost half tho cost of either Tin, Slate, or Shingles...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

The Spectre Fire Ship. Many, many years ago, a ship named the Palestine sailed from Holland, with a large number of passengers, bound to a new home in North America. Soon after leaving port it became generally known that many of the passengers were wealthy and had a large amount of gold and silver in their possession. — Three weeks elapsed when the captain and his crew conceived the idea of enriching themselves by plundering and murdering the inoffensive and unsuspicious persons in their power. They first reported the provisions spoilt, but man* aged to sell hard buiscuits for a guinea each. This process was at length suspended, and the disease and famine had full sway. The winds were favorable, all were not yet dead, and io ! the ship was floating off Block Island. —* The few passengers who still survived might still live to tell their tale of woe, and so the ship must be destroyed with all her living freight. The captain and crew placed their ill-gotten wealth in their two yaw...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

no longer any ; my mother are dead—I have only my brother James; but he is as young as I am. Oh, sir! what can he do for me ?" " The Court must send you to the House ol Correction." "Here I am sister j here I am ! do not fear I" cried a childish voice from the other end of the Court. And at the same instant a little boy with lively countenance started forth from amidst the crowd, and stood before the judge. "Who are you?" said he. "James Rome, the brother of this poor little girl." "Your age?" " Thirteen." " And what do you want ?" "I come to claim my Lucille." "But have you the means of providing for her?" "Yesterday I had none, but now I have. Don't be afraid Lucille." "O, how good you are, James!" " Well, let us see, my boy," said the magistrate. " The Court is disposed to do all that- it can for your sister; but you must give us some explanation." " About a fortnight ago, sir," exclaimed the boy, "my poor mother died of" a bad cough, for it was very cold at home. We were in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

| NEW YORK ADVERTISEMEiNTS. FROM ALBERT G. RICHARDSON'S _Advertising and Correspondence Office, S60 Broadway, New York. •f J% m _cw and, Important JDiscovery in the Science of Medicine. P ATENT OFFICE SEAL OF OREAT BRITAIN , BMPLOme de ecole de pharmacie _piiaumacibx de paris and imperial college of _medicijte, Vienna. Sold wholesale and retail by Br H. A. Barrow, member o * f the Imp'l Cullege of Vienna, and Jloynl College of SurgeonsLondonwho may bo personally consulted at bis residence157 Prince street, few blocks west of Broadway, New York, from 11 A. SI. till 2 P. M. and from 4 till S P. M. (Sundays excepted, unless by appointment.) Triesemar No. 1, Ih a remedy for Relaxation, Spermatorrhoea, and all the distressing consequences arising from early abuse, indiscriminate excesses, or too long residence in bot climates. It bas restored bodily aud suxual strength and vigor to thousands who are now in the enjoyment of health and the funeions of _mtiTiheotl; and whatevw may be the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

A Thrilling Incident. Returning from a visit in New Orleans, we were fortunate enough to secure passengers. Among the _ladies,one especially interested us. She was the widow of a wealthy planter, and had only one child to her farther's house. Her devotion to the child was very touching and the eyes of her old black nurse would fill with tears as she besought her mistress " not to love that boy too much, or the Lord would tarke him away for her." We,passed through the canal of Louis- , astopped a the wharf, when the nurse, wishing to see the city* walked out on the guard, at the back of the boat, where, by a sudden .effort, the child sprang from her arms into the terrible current that sweeps towards the falls, and disappeared immediately. The confusion which ensued, attracted the attention of a gentleman who was sitting in the fore part of the boat quietly reading. Rising hastily, he asked for some article the child had worn. The nurse handed him a tiny apron she had torn off in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

_W w . Opposite the Lebanon Valley R. R. Depot, Lebanon, Lebanon county, Pa. WM. & P. L. WEIBIER. Proprietors, manufacture Steam Engines from 1 to 300 horse power, of tbe latest 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 asmirllainountof Poweri They take up a very small space, and can be put up in a room as a household fixture. / AlsoBlowing Engines and Machinery for An- ' thracite and other Blast Furnaces, of improved i ( construction. Forge Hammers, of P. L._'Weiiner's j Patents; Rolling Mill, Sawing, Planing and Flouring Mill Fixtures ; Mining Pumps ; Hoistj ing Machinery for Minos and Stone Quarries j | Railroad Cars, Iron Bridges, Shafting, Hangers, j Pulleys, Turning Lathes, Drill Presses, Planing I Machines, Brass Stop C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

Life in Texas. In one of his graphic letters to tha New Orleans Picayune, its sheep Fearing editor, George W. Kendall tells a? good story _connected with the recent Waco Convention in Texas. A lot of the members, during a recess in the regular business, had adjourned to a neighboring grocery, Mr. Britton_, of Corpus Chriati, among the number, and were taking a general drink all round. Some were calling for gin toddies, others for brandy straits—some for thi3 decoction, and others for that—when into,the groggery stalked a tall, lank, sallow complexioned member from close up on the Arkansas line, dressed in a hickory bark coat, copperas colored trowsers, and drab imitation beaver hat. "Come straight up to the trough, stranger, and smile," said Britton. "Don't mind if I do take a drink about this time," retorted the gentleman in hickory bark. " What shall it be?" continued the member from Corpus Christi. "Well, I believe I'll take a pared o f whiskey: I was brought up mostly on t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

BOOT & SHOE STORE. Jacob Keaclle, "DESPECTF ULLY informs the public that ho _Ji\l still continues his extensive establishment in his new buiHtng, in Cumberland street, where he hopes to render the same satisfaction as heretofore to all who may favor him with their custom. lie invites Merchants and dealers in Boots and Shoes, and every one who wishes to purchase fashionable and durable articles in his line, to call and examine for themselves, his large and varied stock. Ho is determined to surpass all competition in the manufacture of every article in his business, suitable fur any market in the Union. A due care is taken iu regard to materials and workmanship ; none but the best quality of Leather and other materials are used, and none but the best i workmen are employed. P. S.—He returns his sincere _thinks to his friends for the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on him. lie hopes by strict attention to business and endeavoring to please his customers_, to merit ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

Dauphin &Susqiiehanna Railroad Siisqueliaiuta Sc _Scliiiyikifil_; From Harrisburg to Auburn, 59 Miles. _» SUMMER ARRANGEMENT! Oh asb After Monday, June 29,1857. HjaWO PASSENGER TRAINS each way dally, )* ¦ _) except Sundays. Trains going East.—No. 1—leave Harrisburg at 5, a. m.—arrive at Auburn at 7.55, a. m. Trains going East.—No. 2-—leave Harrisburg at 3.13, p. m.—arrive at Auburn at 6.50, p.m. Trains going West.—No. 3—leave Auburn at 8.45, a. m.—arrive at Harrisburg at 11.47, a. m. Trains going West.—No. 4—leave Auburn at4.. | p. m.—arrive at Harrisburg at 7.50, p. m. Passengers by Trains Nos. 1 and 2 proceed by Trains of tho Reading Rail-road to Pottsviile, Port Clinton, Reading, Philadelphia, and points on the valley of the Schuylkill: and by the Catawissa Rail-road and its connections to Tamaqua, Gatawissa, Danville, Milton, Williamsport, EltniraBuffalo, Niagara Fails, and all points of the North and West of tbe United States and Canada. And Passengers from any plac...

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