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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

A JYeiv ami Important 19is _cotifry in the Science of Medicine. PATENT OFFICE SEAL OP GEEAT BKITAIN, BIPLOME de BCOLE de PHAItMACIS _rHARMACIEN do paths and iMPEntAii college of medicine, Vienna. Bold wholesale and retail by Dr. H. A. Barrow, member of the Imp'l College of Vienna, and Koynl College of Surgeons, London, who may bo personally consulted at liis residence157 Prince street, few blocks west of Broadway, Now York, from 11 A. 81. till 2 P. M. and from 4 till 8 P. M. (Sundays _excepted, unless by appointment.) Triesemar Fo. 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 _cexual strength and.vigor to thousands who ore 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 3fo. 2, Completely and entirely oradidates all...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

Woman in Adversity.—Woman should be more trusted and confided in, as wives, mothers and sisters. They have a quick perception of right and wrong; and, without knowing why, read the present and future, characters and acts, designs and probabilities, where man sees no letter or sign. What else do we mean by the adage, " Mother Wit," save that woman has a quicker, perception and readier invention than man ? How often, when man abandons the helm in despair, woman seizes it, and carries the ship home through the slorml Man often flies from home and families, to avoid impending poverty or ruin ; woman seldom, if ever, forsook home ihua. Woman never evaded mere temporal calamity by suicide or desertion. The proud banker, rather than see his property gazetted, may blow out his brains, and leave his wife and children in want, protectorless ; loving woman would have counselled him to accept poverty, nnd live to cherish his family and retrieve his fortune. Woman should be counselled and co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

A Mormon _BiBTisar in Holyoke.— The Holyoke Mirror says that an individual who appeared in the Fourth of July procession in that town, dressed as an Indian was a Mormon Elder, who has been doing a large business in proselyting, and is supposed to have come from Shelburne Fall. The following strange and disgusting affair is recorded as a fact: "On Tuesday evening he was seen, with some half a dozen young women, wending his way down to the river below the swing ferry. Our informant alive to the prospect of seeing some fuu, crawled carefully along, under cover of the bushes, to within a few feet of the party. It soon became evident that the Mormon rite of baptism was there, un der the mellow light of the moon, to be administered. After a short prayer, the Elder and his converts entered upon the ceremony before the m, by laying off all their garments with the exception of a certain unmentionable nether one, and one after another received a dipping at his hands. After coming out of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

_£,E1_?IBI<:K_£_E1_£'S Cloth _^Manufactory! rpHANKFttL for past favors, the undersigned X respoetfullj' informs the publie, that he continues his manufactory in East Hanover, Lebanon count}' , on as extensive a scale as ever. Itis unnecessary for him to say more than that the work will be done in the same excellent style which has made his work and name so well known to the snrroundlng country. He promises to do the work in the shortest possible time. The Manufactory is in complete order, and he flatters himself to be able to render the same satisfaction as heretofore. Ho manufactures Broad and Narrow Cloths, Cassinets, Blankets, White and other Flannels, All finished in the best manner, and at reasonable prices. He also cards Wool and makes Kolls. For the convenience of his customers, wool and cloth will be taken in at the following places :— At the stores of George & Shellenberger, Louser & Brothers, Shirk & Tice, and George Rcincohl, and at Guil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

mmtllMtnn An Indian Adventure.—The following incident was narrated to Lieutenant Beckwith, of the Pacific Railroad Expedition, by a Delaware Indian guide as they were traversing _^ mountain pass which was marked by_^_nunaeroas gullies and ravines : "He was traversing this pass at midnight, accompanied by his squaw only, both mounted on the same horse, and the night so dark that he could neither sec the outlines of the hills nor the ground at the horse's feet,when he heard a sound (which he Imitated) so slight aa to be scarcely perceptible to an Indian's enr, as an arrow carried in the hand, sinking once only with a slight tick against a bow. estopping, he could hear nothing, but instantly dismounted—his squaw leaning down upon the horse, that she might by no possibility be seen —and placed his ear to the ground, when he heard the same sound repealed, but a few feet distant, and was therefore satisfied that however imminent the danger, he had not yet been seen or heard, for n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

JAMES F. MAXWELL, _SIASUFACTUBEB OP Improved Fire and Water Proof COMPOSITION _ROOFING, Harrisburg, Pa., "P _ESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of llar-J-v risbnrg, Reading, Lancaster, _LtebanOn, and their vicinities, that wo are prepared to put oh roofs on most liberal terms, and at the shortest notice. We respectfully 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; tho roofs require an inclination of not more than three-quarters (f) of an inch to the foot, and in many eases saving the entire cost of rafters—the ceiling joist being used. The gutters are made of tho same material, without any extra charges j consequently, our roofs are put up at almost half the cost of either Tin, Slate, or Shingles. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

IIbab Quarters, 2d Brigndc, 1 5th Division Pcnn_'a Volunteers. J _Lebaxos, June 1-lth, 1S57. OFvDER NO. 5. _^ A Brigade Parade is ordered to take place at Lebanon, on Thursday, the 10th day of September next, being the _unniversary of Perry's Victory, Mr. Caspar Shunk is hereby appointed Brigade Major of this Brigade, with the rank of Captain, and will be respected accordingly. The commanding officers of Companies, within the Brigade, will have this order read to their men, at the next parade after it.« reception. The Brigade Quartermaster, Captain Win. W. Murray, is charged with the transmission of these orders to the commanding officers of the companies forming the Brigade. The Brigade Major, Captain Shnnk, will furnish him with the requisite number of copies of it. The Brigade Inspector, Major Frederick Embich, is charged with the duty of inviting companies from the neighboring Brigades. The Brigade _Alitjor, Captain Shuuk, will furnish him with a copy of this order. Further ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

' BOOKS! BOOKS!! _ifCTraSlALTZ & XKEDIjB would respectfully inform \5_^S_7 the Tublicthat they constantly receive, from the Eastern Citiescopies of nil the most important and attractive New Books, ns soon as published, wuiuh •tlioy offer for sale cheaper than they can be purchased _elsewhere. Among those lately received are—Dr. Kane's Expedition, In 2 Vols. Proscott's History of Charles V., in 3 Tols. \ Beeollections of a life Time, in 2 Vols., by S. G. Mjoodrieb, Author of Peter Parley's 1'ulos. Autobiography of I'eter CartwrJght, and other [Miscellaneous Works. I Carpenter's Assistant and Rural Architect. I American Architect; bv J. W.'Jliteh. ft Downing's Cottage _Hesldencos and Cottage Grounds. ¦L Tin. Kcouomic Cottage Builder. ¦acy lmvn always on hand a largo assortment of School Hl Jlooks, Blank Books and _STATIONERY. |f- ai.vi, _Sunihiy School Uooksand Music Jlooka, A v among which is I "The llariuonia Vnio," j. . Bv K. D. M'CAtfusr. [Also, Piano Forte, Melodcon a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

Ethan Allen's Sword.—Col. Ethan Allen's grand-daughter resides at Mill Point, Ottowa county, Michigan. She has in her possession the identical sword with which the Colonel backed up his demand for the surrender of Ticonderoga—-"in the name of the Great Jehovah and the Continental Congress." The sword is an old-fashioned one. The plate is twenty-seven inches in length and slighly curved. Length of handle seven inches, making the entire _lensth of the thirtv-four inches. The handle is of bone or horn. The mounting is of silver, but was washed with gold while worn b y Captin Allen to match his uniform. .The gold is now partially worn off. A dog's head of silver forms the end of the handle, and from this to the guard _jyins a silver chain. On one of the silyer bands of the scabbard the name Ethan Allen is engraved in large letters; on another E. Brasher, Maker, New York, and on still another, in script, "Martin Vosburg, 1755."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

Reizenstein _^r _JSro. ¦p BIZENSTEIN & BROTHER is where? Xw Where is Reizksstein & Brother? lleizenstein & Bro. is in Cumberland street, nearly opposite tho Court House, in Lebanon. Reizenstein .t Bro. do what ? What do Reizenstoin k Bro. ? Reizenstein & Bro. sell READY-MADE CLOTHING very cheap! Reizenstein & Bro. sell summer Coats for 75 cts., and upwards! Gentlemen! go to Reizenstein & Bro. and buy your Summer Clothing. They keep a groat variety and sell at astonishing low prices. John, where are _j r ou going in such a hurry ? I am going to Reizenstein & Brother, to buy myself a swit of their Clothing. How much are they? Why they sell whole suits for three dollars and upwards. Reizenstein and Brother sell also fine white and fancy Shirts, Collars, Neckties, Pockethandkerchiefs, Socks, Gloves, &c_, &e_. What else rln Rf-i'_/_nnsfnin A l\rn. soil ? Reizenstein & Bro. sell also WATCHES, JEWELRY, Aeco...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

Hello! O ! what Fun. WE will have something new for Lebanon.— A great Fox-chase will come off this week, and every person in the county is invited to attend it, tall men and small, tall women and small, big boys and little ones, big girls and little ones, young men and old, young ladies and old ones, turn about and wheel about and run after this fox and try to catch him, won't that be fun. But do not forget to call at JAMES ill PFLEGER $ BRO'S New Cheap Dry Croocls GEO CERY STORE in tho borough of Lebanon. (You will have plenty of time, as the Pox chase comes off in the afternoon at 2 o'clock,} therefore you will have a good chanee of visiting and seeing their stocks of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, which they have received from Hew York and Philadelphia, and will sell tremendously cheap. There is not the slightest doubt in my mind, but that their goods will cause as much real excitement, (as well as profit,) in the borough and eountry around, as this great Fox chase.— Therefor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

The Market Ooerstocked_\.—Not- less than fifty German princesses are of an age to be married; and hence, of course, looking out in the matrimonial market. On the other hand, there are not more than half a dozen continental princes who are of an age befitting the expectants. Among these are the Count of Flanders and Prince George of Saxony, both heirs apparent of thrones; Prince William of Baden, and two or three others of minor note. The Danger of Dentristry.—A young lady in Dayton, Ohio, came very near losing her life, within the past week, in consequence of the extraction of a tooth. The removal of a molar severed an artery, and the profuse bleeding continued, interrupted by but short intervals, for nearly two dayp, until she was nearly exhausted. It was finally checked, but not until she had lost between one and two gallons of blood.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

W AT CUES AiND JEWELRYANOTHER NEW LOT OP _WA_1CJIES AND JEWELRY, JUST _URCEIVEP BY J . W . ACKER In Cumberland street, next door to Dr Ziineaweaver_'_s. Oi-t, 22, T»0. *" /_38_^ CLOCKS. /gmk Thirty Bay, 111 Eight Day, |||jpi T hlgft y II our, _f^> I CLOCKS 1 1 |3|B|||jj I, Just Received at J. J. BLAIR'S Jewelry Store, Lebanon, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

KE1TIOVAL. Of J. HI. _food's Boole Store. THE undersigned, having removed his New and Cheap Book Store, to Market square, 2 doors north of Dr. Guilford's New Building, Market st., where he will be pleased to see all of his old friends, and those _desirious of having articles in hi3 line. With a determination of selling cheaper than can be purchased elsewhere, ho would respectfully call the attention of the public to his assortment of __. Bibles, Hymn and Prayer books, Miscellaneous, Blank and School Books, Wall and Window Paper, Stationery, and every article in his line of business. Also, Pocket Diaries and Almanacs for 1857. All the Magazines and Newspapers, both daily and weekly, to be had at Publisher's rates. All orders for articles in bis line carefully and promptly attended to, by the undersigned. Lebanon, Jan. 14,1857. J- M. GOOD.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

Lebanon Valley Bank. Located in Market street, nearly opposite the United Hall, one Door North of the Post Office, WILL pay the following RATES of INTEREST on DEPOSITS, on,-and after, the 1st day of Maroh, 1837, viz :— For 1 year, and ' longer, 6 por cent, per annum. For b* months, and longer, 5 per cent, per annum. For 3 months, and longer, 4 per cent, per annum. Requiring a short notice of withdrawal, and affords a liberal line of accommodations to those who may favor It with deposits _. pnynbloon demand. Will pay a premium on Spanish and Mrxican Dor,-tAHs, and also on Or,i> American Dollaks and half Dor_._LAits. Will make collections on and remit to all parts of the United States, the Canadas and Europe ; Negotiate Loans, &c, &c, and do a general EXCHANGE and BANKING BUSINESS. G. DAWSON COLEMAN, President, Geo. _GtEtM, Cashier.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

CARPENTERS _WANTEO. 1O GOOD JOURNEYMAN CARPENTERS J u wanted immediately at the Steam Planing Mills of tho undersigned, in this borough. None but the best of hands required, to whom liberal _wuges will be given. Apply to BOAS, OASSER, & GETTLE. Lebanon, Fob. 18, 185T.-tf. ^_ P_7G. WfKEL, Bricklayer _aiacl Jobber, Union Deposit, Dauphin county, Pen' ri'a. I AM prepared, at all times, to put up Brick Work, in all its branches, nnd on the shortest notice. Also, BRICK BUILDINGS, _Boit_._ers_, Inn-walls,Boshos_, Hoorths, nnd all work connected with a Furnace done. _^_ES**A gang of Stone Masons always ready to put down foundations, and do stone work of overy description. July 1, 1857.—tf. P. Ll. WIKEL.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

For Sale. ; ' Second-hand Stoam ENGINE, 10 horse pow-• Ji. er. It is to be sold to uiako room for one of a Burger size. Apply to A. MAJOR & BROTHER. Lebanon _^ July 1,1857. - "" ii_^jfg "_^iIoljHjpERSj SIDES, Whitefish, Mackerel, Herring, Cheese, Vinegar, Tobacco, Segars, Flour, Feeding, &e. «&c, for sale by J. C. IlEISNEE. Lebanon, July 30,1S55. Leather, LcaiJici-, Leather! TTENEY W. OVERMAN, Importer of French JCX Calf Skins, und general Leather Dealer, No. 0, South Sd street, Philadelphia. A general assortment of all kinds of Leather, Moroccos, Ac, Rod Oak Sole Leather. Feb. 25, _ISST.-Iy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

NEW BARBER SHOP. DALY & WILLIAMS would respectfully inform the citizens of Lebanon that they have opened a first clnss SHAVING AND " HAIR DRESSING- SALOON, in Market street, opposite the Lebanon Bank. They would solicit a sliaro of the public patronage. Lebanon. May 20, 1S37.—tf. _1_IAMIBI. L'UHHI WILLIAM TICK 13. B. DttlM'KN fffi*nin Wanted. Wheat, Rye, Oats, Corn, Spc, AT. the Centre Warehouse, on the Union Canal, in Meyerstown, for which the highest market _riwli ' _prices will bo pnld. They also koop constantly ' on hniirt and for sale, Sulphur Coiil, Stove _f' onl_, and Coal for liiuobnrtier. _" , which they sell at the lowest prices. URICH, TICE & CO. *Myerstown, June 10, 1857.-3m*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

Watches, Jewelry, &c. <5fc._fi_®S_<P_5_^g_^ IT: is a faet worthy of note /gjBg|_syS_3_KJ _ggs_^ that the Jewelry Store at 332 i<r»Ffg_^gg_%>_-»«s=_g_§ iST"rth Second st., Philadelphia, sells goods 20 por cent, less than any other place in the United States. Look at the prices. Gold Lever Watches 18c, full jeweled $22.00 Silver Levers, full jeweled, 10.00 " Hunters, 12 to 18.00 Gold Hunters 28.00 Eight-day Watches, (Hunters;) 60.00 Also, all other kinds of Watches, Gold Chains, Jewelry, &c, sold less than anywhere else. Call in and examine. ¦_feiu Country merchants supplied whole/ale or retail. N. D. GODFREY No. 332 North 2d st., between Callowhill and Wood sis., Philadelphia. June 17, 1857.-6ms.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

Jesse W. Goodrich, formerly editor of the Worcester Cataract , died on Wednesday. He was the means of inducing John _ti. Gough to give up drinking.— The Worcester Transcript says: "Previous to his disease he insisted on being removed from the sanitary establishment where he was seeking a cure, because when insensible, and supposed to be dying, they administered rum to him; and almost his last words were to one whom he had enlisted in the ranks-of temperance_, "Be sure and keep the pledge." Seven Children at a Birth.—When Barnum's baby show presented us with an occular demonstration of the "quintiple alliance" in the shape of a mother with five children, all born_*on the same occasion, says the Life Illustratedwe made up our minds that thene plus.uftra in (his direction has been reached. But as it was not our province to affix boundaries to the operations of nature, not to say, of progressive,life, . '•Around how wide, how deep extend below," we concluded, very philosophically,...

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