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Lebanon, June 24, 1857
Otrs'Citizens" reply to "Union" is
'postponed to •ext week.
4 This •No. otthe Advertiser corn;
mences the 9th volume, of its publics:
Otr- We are now 'Waif) , engaged in
making out ; the bills of! those indebted
to us, preparatory te i a doitee - tion of the
:same, and trust that sit Wit! so. shape
their finances as toliquidate theM on or
Our friends throughout the Ctitte
iy, es well as those nut of it, will place
'us under great obligations by soliciting
'new subscribers for the'Ativertiser. Our
• I proposed enlargement, and other un-
I proVemetits in the establishment, should
'induce every o're tif; them to renewed
`exertions, as . Alte matter is not, only a
`personal one::::tbi. its, bUt has immense
lic*ltworkiii . ,-the • diffusion. of :correct
IptAitical principles and general intelli•
'genet?. If our fri , mils have appreciated
our services to the cause thus far, now
. time to , show it.
047,- The' followiog bads for Grading,
dt ;of t our:!4tieets, were considered the
mast favorable and accepted by- the
• James March for Grading.
Excavation, per cubic yard, 22 ets.
Embankment per cubic yard, 8 n
Piking . per cubic yau}, 60 „
Solid Rock,, excavation, do., 65 „
Augugus F. Knoeki for Masonry.
• To build the Culverts at $2,&2 per
perch, including all materials.
To fix the street crossings at 50 cams
per running font, including the material.
' Relaying the old flags, at 18 cents
per foot running measure.
Otr Considerable envy existed the
latter part of fast week, among our
cotemporaries in this borough. It was
occasioned by our obtaining a new
"tile,"-for about a "levy," more or less.
BusineSs called us frequently to the
street, where it appeared to hest advan
tage, and many were the inquiries,
"where did you get it." Of course we
bought it, but the where is the mystery.
The *nen that Made It is dead, and ours
wee his last make—poor soul I Any
storekcepeilliniss a hat; otim,is not the
hat, - mind that
.!4,/etti,,prisised by the last 'Legislature, en
acting "that from and after the passage
A of :this act, the number of jurors sum
!ported by Coroners and Justices of the
Li. Peace in cases of in q uests upon the
bodies of deceased persons, as now re.
q~rired- by law, shall riot be mare than
six to attend any one inquest."
trr. School AUDITORS AND TEAM
RERS.—An act, was also passed making
itl.thi3 duty of horough• and township
A.UdiOrs to settle annually, the accounts
of the School Treasurers of the differ
ent School districts of this Common
.I'AL—iliac, That the School 'Tax on
tradea t professions, and ocou'plitions, or
on single freemen, shall in no ease be
!ego than ONE DOMAN. Act approved
THE LEXIANON TA-JAS.—The assess.
ineUt of ptoporty in elm Borough of Leb
anon. Far 1857 amounts to 8818,200:
This does not ' , linens - de the extension,
which is not ass-n - 4A 111 the Borough
Vhis year. '11.43 following are the taxes
State tax, -2
County tax, 2 Tonle,
Borough tote s mills,
WV" . the attention of our friends
htlittirSghtfint the county is directed to the
qiiltdrtixernent in another column, head
'ed-dilittnos and Melodeons." We are
litiftlitned, by competent judges, that
qhtly are excellent and splendid articles.
**Call at the Town Hall to see them.
tom" The ceremony of breaking ground
• on the East Pennsylvania Railroad took
place on Thursday, the 11th inst., about
6 miles north of Reading. Appropriate
addresses were made, after which the
President, Mr. Clymer,broke the ground,
and soon the road was advanced one
wheelbarrow load towards completion.
Mi. E. Lyons, Chief Engineer, Col.
Moore, the Contractor, Hon. William
Strong, and many others, then took a
L. similar- part in the ceremony. The
party then adjourned to an adjacent
grove, where an abundance of good
thipgs were demoliOed.
Qt Here are a few lines to vrhich we
wish to call the attention of our read
ers, and which we advise them to com
mit to memory, and repeat whenever
they hear one man speak ill of another.
In nine cases out of ten the shoe will fit.
There's not a baser fiend In
Nor is 'there one Who can
Perform the DeviPs Work so well, a-
As that degenerate mani".-
Who carries venoni on. his tongue,
And malice in his heart ;
With bow of hatred ever sprung
To speed the poison'd dart.
ABOUT' Doan.--The "dog days" are
approaching and soon the dry of "mad
dog", will again arise. The dog popu
lation of. our town has, probably, dur-
jng the past year or two, increased as
KikAßly, as the human species, and should
~the 'malady break act 'among them the
effect ' , night be More dreadful than any
thing We can apprehend from that other
great evil—the Quittapahilla and its
stagnaflt pools. bet the otder go forth
hereas in almost every other borough
arid city, "muzee your dogs."
LitiloLOWs Dirras.—Judge Pear
eoiay harriaburg, has decided that
landlords were bound to accommodate
all perions who asked for it, so long as
they had room; that it made no differ:
once if the applicant was a person of
mistrustful appearancetaverns were
regarded by the law as places for the
accommodation of travelers, and their
proprietors had no right to turn any a
way, no matter whether they thought
them able to pay for their lodging
not. His Honor said this was clearly
die object of the law, and no license
would tereaftei'-be granted where it was
known That this part of the landlord's
duty had not been complied with.
tl We. have good authority for stat
ing that the Lebanon Valley"^Railroad
will.be!49 far completed between this
place and Reading,, so as to enable the
cars to pass over, by the Ist of July.—
In probably a week after that time the
cars will` commence to run regitlarly
over the road. ~-
Oz&'• Mr. Good has sent us, and we
have tacked it up in our office, a splen-
did lithographic likeness of Gen. Wtn.
F. Packer, the next Governor of Penn.
sylvania. The friends of Gen, Packer
are rfreommended to go to Mr. Good's
Book Store, where plenty of the same
sort no doubt are sold, and purchase
one or more, as inclination may dictate,
for a small sum of motley.
(*— We are pleased to learn that a
daily mail between this place and Fred
ericksburg, via Jonestown, has been es
tablished, commencing on Wednesday
last. We are now pretty well supplied
with mail facilities in this county, but
still there ale several wants which we
trust twill be speedily granted - by the
Postmaster General. First arnsing,thern,
we name a tri.weelkly mail between this
place and Mt. Zion, and the establish•
ment of a• Post Office at Achn's, in
Heidleberg township. Both are highly
necessary for the convenience of the
thickly settled neighborhoods they
Mr. William Urich, Esq., has purchas
ed a house and lot of ground, in Myers
ton, from Samuel Beliney . , (brick mak
er.) for $1375.
A fact worth knowing.—Housekeep:
ers should know, wow that the season
c 4- pies— a ral-Fruddla g x-7...1%''' a p prom:1311
arid sugar inordinately dear, that the
acid in rimbarb,- . currants and gooseber•
ries, may he neutralized by putting a
third of a .tea spoonful of soda
fruir,, and without affecting the .flavor.
A less quantity 'of .sugar wiU diem an.
swer to sweeten pies.
The best disposition which can ire
made of fruit preserved after the above
recipe, is to put,it in glass jirs, carry it
carefully out doors, and th'enti it in
[Corrospondenee of the Atlyertiser.]
VINCENNES ; Indiana, Jon 1.5; LW'
Mu: Ferran :---Being, now permanently settled,
and wishing to' be posted in regard to news, ke.,
in Lehanen county, I remit herewith one dollar
and ilfty•eenta for the Advertiser for one year.—
I expect the Railroad is about completed to Leba
non, which will mark a now era in the history of
the Lebanon - No doubt some of the old
settlers along Annyille and Palmyra, who nehr
- tray - riled out of the county, will be considerably
excited by, the time-the iron horse, as by magic,
whirls through the finest of villages.
Vincennes is ,the oldest town in, the State, and
one of the oldest west of the Alleghenies. It was
settled about the time of Philadelphia, , and receiv
ed the name of the "old Post," since the time of
the Indian treaties. The old house is still stand
ing-wherc General Harrison -kept his Head Quar
tars when thiewas a Territory. Vincennes:is the
seat of a Catholic bishopric, has two Catlialic t one
Episcopal, oue-Presbyterian, one-Methodist, one
Lutheran, and one Campbelfite, churches ; a High;
Sekund and College for the Orphans under the Su
perintendency of the Catholic church. The pop
ulation is about 5000. The Cincinnati and St.
Louis Railroad passes through this place, the
opening of which was celebrated on, the fourth of
this month. Among the guests here,were General
CMS, the French Minister, and about twenty-five
cars chuck full of other notables. This place con
tains 2 banks, daily and weekly newspapers, and
is in general a pretty smart place. Yours..te.,
0::'.7" A presidential election recently
took ghee in Mexico, and resulted in
favor of Gen. Comonfort, the present in
Oz ."' Bad breaks occurred last week
in the Erie and Genesee Valley C ana l,
Nuw York, in consequence of fresh
ets caused by the heavy rains. Miles
of embankment were swept away,
and the delay in the forwarding of mer
chandize is very serious.
Otr It is said by , reliable authority
that one-half of the emigrants from the
Slave•bolding states in Kansas, are in
favor of making it a free state.
GRATITUDE.—If gratitude was ever evidenced
among any class, it certainly has been with those
who have used and !bated the extraordinary vir
tues containatin Dr. J. Hostetter's celebrated
Stomach Bitters. Scarcely a day passes, we are
informed, that the Doctor does not receive from
some recent heart-stricken and solicitous parent,
brother, sister, or friend, some,, eestimonials of
deep and earnest gratitude, for his agency in re
storing to health and wonted vigor, some kindred.
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Constipa
tion, lack of Appetite, and all tenden
cies, are speedily corrected by the use of these
Bitters as perdireetion on bottle. Sold by drug
EVANUBL REIGAUT, agent, North Westeorner
of Market and Water streets, Lebanon, Pa.
Juno 3,1357.—1 m. .
tzia: This is to'certify that %Ilitve made but
ono applibation of the Maoto OIL on my fingers,
which, have been drawn from contraction of the
cords, brought on by rheumatism. It was of sev
enteen months standing, and I am now entirely
cured. I cheerfully recommend it to all afflicted
likewise." J. M. FItFROCK,
• Harrisburg, 'l2 Locuit street.
Guilford 41, .Lemberger have now got in full op
eration their new and splendid . Soda Wator Foun
tain, where the public d adds-water of the
very.bestltUdity--iqual obtainddtin the
oities or elsewhere. • - • -
Thoy would-inform the publio that as their so-
punr. AND SPARSLING
da water is made with au entirely new and in
proved apparatus, there can be no danger of con
tamination with foreign matter. Their Foun
tains being lined with Porcelain, all danger, so
common with the copper fountains in general use,
is avoided. You will always find a choice selec
tion of SYRUPS of the finest flavors ; and for tho
convenience of Physicians and Families at a dis
tance from town, we will bottle the soda water in
its pure state or flavored with any of our delicious
"ft.. Bear specially in mind that our soda wa
ter is drawn from PORCELAIN-LINED FOUNTAINS,
not Copper, and is the coldest, purest and most
sparkling in the Borough.
"Woodland Cream"--A PosraDE .F.4l3E.cuTr-
PYING TOE Mut—highly perfumed, superior to any
k'rench article imported, and for half the price. For
dressing Ladles' Hair, it has coequal, giving it a bright,
glossy appearance. It causes Gentlemen's Hair to ourt
in the most natural Manner. It removes dandruff, ar ,
ways giving the hair the appearance of being fresh
shampooed. Prins only fifty cents. None genuine unless
sitnied VE1:1; EDGE &CO., Proprietors of the
"gnu os FLOWEIin." New York.
'Pot ler Guilford Letuberger, and all Druggists.
Yett. tki•, •
IfOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.-TDO rap
id cures effected by the Ointment, in cases of indo
lent sores, discharging ulcers, white swellings,
stiff' joints, enlargements of the glands, and all
varieties f scrofula, may be classed among the
most wenderfill phenomena of the healing art.—
The sufferer is never in doubt for an hour as to
the result. The pain is almost instantaneously
soothed by the preparation, and from day to day
the cure visibly progresies under the eyes. of the
patient,- Until at last the inflammation, swelling,
or suppuration entirely disappears. 'The Pills, in
thomeantime, improve the general health, and h
dyspepsia, liver complaint, and: affections of the
bowels, are absolute specifics..
"Is PEACE PREPARE POIL WArt."—ln the illays
of our youth, ithohoeves us to make some prepare,
tion for the approach of age. How many persons
have become prematurely bald by neglecting to ftP-
ply appropriate remedies to prevent the hair from
falling off ! The use of Prof. Weed's celebrated
"Hair Restorative" will prevent the hair from fall
ing off, impart to it a healthy growth, and even re
store the hair of the bald. Thousands have testi
nod to its efficacy. To be had of Druggists every-
German preaching next Sunday morning in the
German preaching next Sabbath evening at 6
o'clock, in the Emanuel's Church of the Evangel
ical Association. .
English Preaching next Sabbath morning, in
tho Reformed Church.
English Preaching next Sabbath morning and
German in the evening, at 5_4 o'clock, in Zion's
German preaching next Sunday morning, and
English in the evening,in Salenfs,(Lutli'n) 'church.
English preaching next Sunday morning and
Evening in the Methodist Church.
On the I Ith inst., by the Rev. John tiring, Mr.
DANIEL. BORDNER (merchant) of Union
township, to Miss SARAH, daughter of Jacob
WEBER, Esq., of Fredericksburg.
On the 18th inst., by the Rev.. H. S. Miller,
ANDREW lIKINTZELMAN to Lt/CETTA
KINTZEL, both of this borough. -
On the 21st inst., by the Rev. F. W, Kremer,
Mr. JONAS GEIB to Miss CAROLINE EBY,
both of South Lebanon township.
ka„ At a special meeting of the Perseverance
Engine and Hose Company, held on Monday eve
ning, June 15,1357, the demise of Enw. T. SMUT
LEO, it member, having been annoulieed, the fol
lowing preamble and resolutions were unanimous
ly adopted :—
WHEREAS, It having plensed an Overruling
Providence to remove from our number, Mr. En-
Scuoz.uri, who was endeared to us by the
fraternities of friendship and brotherly affection,
and whose decease at an age so young, so full of
promise, hits stricken with profound grief so tunny
hearts, and carried sorrow to'so many firesides, we
deem it proper to give a due expression of our re
gret for his loss; therefore be it
.144Rorved, That though we would not intrude up
oil' the hallowed precincts of domestic grief, and
while wo bow with reverence and submission to the
great Ruler of the Universe, "Who can heel all af
flictions," yet we cannot forbear the heartfelt ex
pression of our sincere and deep sympathy with
the afflicted widow, mother' nd friends of our de
parted brother; and our grief mingles with theirs
in the dispensation which on the 15th inst.,
prived them of their pride and hope, and us,,f a
valued and cherished friend; and who in all the
bright hopes of twenty-iive,had just placed his foot
upon the threshold of life to - cn ter upon and adorn
society. Yet as the bells toll and the weeping
friends consign him into the channels of the ceme
tery, we derive consolation by looking beyond the
tomb, end remembering the Divine declaration—
'Blessed are the righteous, for theirs is the King
dom of Heaven."
Resolved, That we,attend the funeral in a body—
that the Hall and apparatus •be draped with the
habiliments of mourning, and tho members wear
the customary insignia for the space of 30 days.
Resolved, That a copy of this preamble and res
olution be transmitted to the bereaved widow, and
published in the various papers of this borough.
Certified from the minutes.
A.,11. EMBICH; Secretary.
The Lebanon ItLarket.
CAREFULLY CORRECTED ITEEKLy.
WEDNESDAY, June 24, 1857.
EL:Family Flour, per bar. - - $0 50
Extra'Flour, per barrel - - 9 00
Extra Superfine Flour, per bbl. - -8 00
Superfine B. Flour, = - . 7 00
Superfine Flour, • - 625
Prime White Wheat, per bus. - 1 90
Prime Red Wheat, per bus. - : 1 80
Prime Rye, per bushel 1 00
Corn, per bushel - . - 80
Oats, per bu - shel - - 50
Potatoes, " - . 75
Tallow, per 'pound - 7 . 11
Ham, - - - - . 14
:Lard, - 7 12
Shoulder, - • - - . 12
Sides, -•-- •• - - - 11
Butter, - ..... . . 16
Eggs, per dozen, .. - 14
510EIDAY, June 2t—r. Jl
The Flour market continues inactive, but prices
remain unchanged. There is very little inquiry
for shipment, and only 5a600 barrels have been
disposed at $7 50 per barrel for standard brandi;
$7 75aS for extra and $8 25a8 50 for extra family.
The sales to the trade are limited within the range
of the same figures. Rye Flour is dull-a; small
side was made at $4 75 5 which is a decline of 25 c.
per barrel: Corn Meal is scarce and firm at $4.
Grain.—There has been rather more doing in
Wheat—the stocks in the hands of the millers be
ing about exhausted, but we continue our former
quotations:. Sales of 1550 bushels good and printe
Pennsylvania red at $1 85a1 87 per bushel,and
1500 bushels white at $1 90a192, chiefly at 1 90,
including a lot of very choice quality.' Rye ,is
steady at $1 10. Corn is very dull, and some lots
aro going into Store—sales of 1500 bushels yellow,
afloat, at 81_ cents, some in store at the same price,
and 900 bushels inferior at 84 cents. Oats are la 2
.cents per bushel loWer, and 4000 bushels Penn'a
sold at 60- cents, afloat.
Pianos and. Melodeons.
OR SALE at the TOWN, 11ALL, in LEBA
NON, for Cash or good notes.' 12'PlANOS,
direct from the celebrated makers Relict, Davis d;
Co., Boston, and AU. Gale Co., New York, em
bracing as many different styles, and varying in
price from $3OO to $6OO, all of which will be sold
at the lowest factory prices, and warranted to give
entire satisfaction, or the full amount of purchase
money shall be refunded, at the shortest notice.
O. C. B. CARTER, AGENT.
Lebanon, June 24, 1857.
Riff HE School Directors of the Lebanon Borough
loy School District, will meet in the Academy,
On MONDAY, JULY 6, 1857,
at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose ; of electing
teachers for the Public Schools or said district for
the ensuing term of terivnths. The County Su
perintendent will be present at the same time and
place, to examine applicants By order of the
Board. .1011N - DILLER., Pres't.
Eau A . 17nrza, Stre'y. • [June 24.—txt.
LITTLE DORRIT! LITTLE DORRIT!
Received and for sale at
GOOD'S Book Store,
J alto 24, '57-It. Market Square, Lebanon.
Tai; undersigned having disposed of his Soot
and Shoo Establishmont to his son, P.. F.
MeCaully, and retired from the business, is anx
ious to make - settlement with the public. There
fore, all persons knowing themselves indebted to,
or having elaiins upon, him, are respectfully re
quested to call at his resiVeneo, between this time
and the first day of .ffrigust next, to make settle
ment. SOLOMON .TV.IcCAULLi. ,
Lebanon, June 24, 185'1.—td.
Valuable Borough Properly
-LS offered at private sale, that valuable balf-lot
or piece of Ground ; situate at. the north-east eel.-
ner . of Walnut and Water streets, Lebanon, front
ing 93 feet on Walnut street and 80 feet on Water
street, at present occupied by John Farrel's Marble
Yard, on which are a FRAME. MOUSE; &c. It
is located within a square of the- Lebanon Volley
Railroad Depot, between- the Depot an& the cen
tre of town. For further particulars apply to John
Farrel, on the premises. [June 24; 1857.
Lumber ;and Coat.
5000 MEN . WOTED I to come and buy
their LUMBER .and COAL at the as
tonishingly low prices which I tun now determin
ed to sell ut.
New is the time, if you wish to save your money,
to Caine to the New Lumber had Coal yard, located
between the Old Lutheran Church and Myers &-
Shams` Steam Mill, and one square north of the
Court Bouse, in Walnut ,street, in the borough of
Lebanon, where is a well selected stock of allkinds
of Building Materiels; consisting of
000,000, ft. Boards,
200,000 ft. Joist Scsatling,
60,000 ft. hemlock Boards,
00,000 ft. do fenek
Also, Planks, Plastering and Roofing Lath, all
of which will be sold, wholesale or retail, at Mid
dletown prices, except a small advance for freight.
Also, all kinds of the best COAL the market can
produce, such as , Broken, I.gg, Stove, Chestnut,
Limehurdere and Uollidaysbnrg Blacksmith's
Coal, which will be sold almost at cost.
" JOHN H. WITMEYER,
Lebanon, Jime 24, 1857.
c f*r awry Eruption' or Excoriation or the Skin,
gr m la whether on the bead, face, arms ur otlide . parts of
the body. Old ulcers or sores; and pimples on'the face,
may be speedily cured by the use of the Recto hilstura.
To those especially' that are suffering from the Piles, we
offer It sure remedy.
From Bee. Mr. Enterline, Pastor German Church, Cor.
Conway and. Sharp streets:
Fur the Benefit of the alliided, I feel it u duty to state
what a blessing a medicine hnown by the mime of "Bull's
Alecto Mistura," bad been to me. I have- been aftlieted
with the Piles for eight ythrs, during which time I tried
my own. renictliesas a practitioner, and many ,others,
but without success. heardof Mr. .BuiVe Pile
Remedy, I tried it ; and though. I used but one half-bot
tle, I ran say that I tint perfectly cured. I also- used It
hi a violent ease of 'fetter, which extended over the whole
body, and in-less than two weeks it disappeared, and
the skin became clean and smooth. I strictly adhered to
the - directions. , SAMUEL ENTERLLNE.
'Sold, 'Wholes:llo'mA Detail. by D. S. Saber, Druggist,
Lebanon, Pa., solo agent for Lebanon county.
June 1857.—1 y..
WE, the undersigned, Merchants, of the
Boroughs of Lebanon and North Lebanon,
agree to close our Stores, Shops, ac., on the 4th
of July, next
Henry & Stine,.Ralter & Bros., j - no. B. Rauch,
Daniel Grtelj, Bruce .35 Co., Atkins & MCAdams,
L. Zimmerman, Shirk a, Tice, J. J. Blair, Guil
ford te Lemberger,j. - 14. Good, Swartz & Brother,
E. Ashmend, Theo. P. Frantz, Adam Rise, Waltz
Reeficl, Jacob Rcedel„Reizenstein & Bre., Geo.
Ross, D. M. Rarmany,. Miss Womelsdorf, D. S.
George & Shollenberger, J. M. Ptleger
Bro., Geo. B. Lindomuth, J. & G. Gasser, S. C.
Reisnor, Philip F.-MCmilly, Miss Shellenberger,
Mrs. Bach, J. W. Acker t John Diller, Mrs. P. M.
Negly, Diutaore Jolin Geo. M.
Faber, Geo. Roincelal,totin Was. Mort% Funk
Ss Rso., Henry Boltz, rk &Miller, J. H. ZeaL
ring,.S. P. Kendall, Geo:Fisher: •
Lebanon, June 17,
Of the Domningstoion,Ephrata and Har
risburg (usually called the Horse-
Shoe) Turnpike Company at
.1111 ILL be offered a Public Sale',..by Out-ery.
,or Venda; at - the Public House of Adam
Bruin, in the Borough of Lebanon, oa Saturday,
the 27th day of . June, next ensuing this date, at
one o'clock, P. fitl.,,the following described Due
Bills, of the above-named company :
One for $2924, dated 9th June; .1.52.1,- with in
terest from that date.
One for $446.96, dated Ist April, HU, with in-
tereat from that date.
Any person desiring to purchase can obtain ac
curate information of their present value by in
quiring of Gen. Weidman at his Office, corner' of
Cumberland street and Doe Alley, Lebanon.
Administrator of Thomas Waters,' dee'd.
.=June-17, 1807.-2 t. [Courier copy.
Rail's Young America Fire-Cracker
• • = PISTOL 1
FIS is admitted to be the most amusing toy
ever offered to Young America, suitable for
all times a year. It makes n report equal to the
common pistol, and carries a ball with the same
precision for ten paCes, though not with force
enough to kill, making it the only cheap and
harmless pistol for target practice in existence.-
100,000 sold in
_four weeks'.. Rethil price, 25
cents and upward,, according to the market.—
Trade price, 14 dollarsper 100 pistols, cash on de
livery. Bent by Express to any part of the coun
try. . ' A. W. HALL,
335 Broadway, N. Y.,
Inventor and Sole Manufacturer.
A full description, with Engravings, sent to
any address, on receipt of a postage stamp.'
FIRE CRACKERS constantly on hind.—
•-1000 Agents Wanted. A beautiful specimen
pistol sent by Express or Mail, pre-paid, on re
ceipt of $l. . - [June 1?, 1.357.-3 t.
Watches, Jewelry, -
IT is a fact worthy of note
that thit Jewelry Store at 332
•--.North Seetind 81., Philadelphia,
sells goods 20 per cent. less than any other place
in the United States. Look at the kites..
Gold Lever Watches ISe, 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.
taw.. Country merchants supplied. wholesale .or
retail. N. D. GODFREY,
No. 332 North 2d st.; bet; e — en Callowhill and
Wood sts., Philadelphia. '
,Tune 17, 1857.-6 ms.
ditAlbanon Valley Bank.
Located in. Market strces; nearly oppo
site the United Hall, one Dopf North
of the Post Office.
'U ILL pay the following RATES of INTER
IV V EST on DEPOSITS, on,,and. after, the let
day of March, 1857, viz :
For 1 year, and longer, 6 per cent, per annum. "
For 6 months, and longer, '5 per cent. per annum.
For a months, and longer, 4 per cent. per annum.
Requiring a short notice of withdrawal, and af
iiirds a liberal line of accommodations to those who
may favor it with deposits,payable on demand. Will'
pay a premium on SPANISH and Mexte_tx Dor,-
LARS, and also on OLD AMERICAN DOLLARS AND
HALF . DOLLARS. Will make eolleetieni On. and
remit to' ll parts of the United States, the Cana-
desand Euro& `; Negotiate Loans, Sic., tte., and
do a general EXCEANGE and BANKING BUSI
NESS. G. DAWSON COLEMAN, President.
Guo. GLEIM, Cashier. •
THE, undersigned, Managers, are individually
liable to the extent of their Estates for all
deposits and other obligations of the copartner
ship filed in the Prothonotary's Office of Lebanon
County; trading under the name and style, of, the
"LEBAxO/1 VAaaEY BANK." ;,
SIMON CAMERON, G. DAWSON COLEMAN,
GEORGE SMULLER, LEVI 'KLINE,
*TAMES YOUNG, At GUSTUS BOYD, •
Lob, je 17,'57.]' • Gm:man GLzrm. •
ROCERIES, Fish, Salt andAtieens-
Ware.are offered very low at,ltaber & Bros.
Conti 01143, come all, enough foreach, enough for all.
..Come and buy where you can get the cheap
•est and best goode. : •22,1857.
JEREMIAH BOAS GEO. GASSER. JOSIAH GETTLE
STEAM PLANING- MILL:
BOAS, GASSER GETTLE wish to inform
the citizens of Lebanon County and neigh
boring counties, that they are now in full opera
tion, and are prepared to do all kinds of
CARPENTER WORK svMACHINERY
Flooring Boards, Weather Boarding,
Sash,Daors,Windqw 4. Door Frames,
Shutters; Blinds, Planing• scrolls,
SAWING, and any other kind of Sawing which
may be wanted' to suit builders. Ile - subscribers
beg leave to inform the public thst they have the
latest and best improved muehinery in the coun
ty, such as Woodworth's 'Planes, ,Le., and that
they are able to produce as good. work as the coun
Nonebut the best and weli-soasoned LUMBER
will be used. • Carpenters and Builders are- invi
ted to call and' examine their ready-mndie stock,
which they will always keep on band, and-fudge
for themselves. •
'vp2,„ Their Shop• is' on Pinegrove loud; near
Phreaner's Old Powndry.
Lebanon, June 14,
Notice to Trespassers.
"NUE unden.igned hereby give notice, F that
"agy they will prosecute to the , law's extent, all
persons who. wilt shoot any bind of game, kindle
fire, burn or. Warp' trees, throw wood apart, or do
any other kind of damageon their lands, in East
Hanover towitship; Lebanon county.
. HENRY C. BLAUCIi,
June 17, 1857.
Manheim and Le6anon Plank 4 Turn
pike Road Company..
Win Stockholders of said Company are to meet
Ai at their Office, in Cornwall township, near
the Borouglr ef Lebanon . , on Tuesday, thelth day
of Jun- next, between. the hours of 2 and 4 o'-
clock, p. m.,-and adopt the Supplement to their
Charter, passed by the late Legislature, approved
by the Governor, May Itst, 1857.
By order of the Board of Managers.
JOHN MARQUART, Secretary.
Lebanon, June 17,'57.
HEAD QOARTERS, 2d Brigade,
sth Division Penn's. Volunteers. j
LEBANON, Juno 14th, 1857.4
ORDER NO. 5.
A Brigade Parade is ordered to take place
at Lebanon, on Thursday, the 10th day of Sep
tember next, being the anniversary of Parry's
Mr. Caspar Slunik 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 its reception.
The Brigade Quartermaster, Captain Win. W.
Murray, is charged with the transmission of these
orders to the commanding officers of the compa
nies forming the Brigade. 'The Brigade Major,
Captain Shunk, will furnish him with the requi
site number of copies of it.
The Brigade Inspector, Major _Frederick Em
WA, is charged with the duty ofinviting compa
nies from the neighboring Brigades. The Bri
gade Major, Captain Shunk, will furnish him with
a, copy of this order.
Further orders will be issued in due time, in
forming company officers of the. field evolutions
contemplated to oe performed by dm Brigade,
when it assembles.
It gives the General pleasure to stater that Ma
jor General Wm. H. Keim has intimated his wil
lingness to order a Division Parade at Lebanon,
should the idea be favorably received throughout
the Division, or by the major portion of it, some
time in the month. of October. Drigadier-Gcncr
als Williams and Hunter have cordially approved
of the movement, and promised to attend, with
their staffs, should it be carried auk.
By order of JOHN WEIDMAN,
Brigadier General 2d Brigade,
sth Division, Ponn'a Volunteers. -
CASPAR. SuusK, Brigade Major.
Lebanon June 17,
Courier, Wahre Democrat and Lebanon Democrat
IXTE the undersigned Auditors to examine and
Ylf adjust the account of the NORTHERN
MUTUAL-INSURANCE CO.MPANY of Lancas
ter County, eta by the act of intorporation- is pro
vided-, do _Report, That we &tic examined the
aecolutts . of. the year preceding the first day of
May, 1857,'and find the same as follows, to wit: ,
Policies iestuid as per last
Report, May 1,1856, 2,058,345.00
Increase from May 1,
1856, to May 1,1857, 152,496.00
Amount of Policies issued,
May 1, 1557, $2,210,814.00
Premium notes filed as per
last, report, May 1,1356, 91,332.86
Increase from May 1,1856,
to May 1, 1857, 5,352.42 '
Amount of Notes filed May 1, 1857, $96,685.28
Cr. Ponds of die Company.
Balance in hands ofTreasurer May 1;1.858 $280.88
Percentage received on
Premium Notes - $269.1.7
Fire tax on December .
Do. on former assess:
Secretary fees, 2per
cent for receiving tax 17.21
Dr. Exlrwin and Losses paid, to wit :
Auditorefees, May 1856, $ 2.00
Murray & Sleek; inventory Book, 13.00 •
M. M. Rohrer, Advertising, (Lan.) 3.00 0
Jos. Hartman &Son, " ^ (Lob.) 8.75
Young At Seltzer, " (Leh.) 6.75
C. Darlington, a (Lan.) 5.25
Theo. Penn, ,(Lan.) 4.25
Geo. Sanderson, " (Lan.) 3.00
Jae; Bear &Sens,. a (Lan.) 6.25
John M. Bninninger, " (Mart.) 2.25
T.- T. Worth, " (Leh.) 3.75
Wm. 'M. Breslin, " (Leb.) 3.75
John Bear Zs Sons, Printing and
Binding del of 1n.G0.& By Laws 39.00
" Policies and premium notes 12.50
B-Wiley, blank fire notices 4.00
Committee fees for investigating
fire losses 7.00
W. IL Paul, Pres't Signing Poll
cies for 2 years. 2.00
Henry Heilman, extra services for
Directors' fees 35.00
Secretary's fees for making fire as
sessmont and notices to mem
bers, &c. 39.84
Jacob Hagenborger, of Warwick
twp., Lan. co., damage by light
ning on his dwelling house 8.78
Daniel Ileisey, of West Cocalico
twp. ' Lan. eo., leas of his barn.,
sheds and contents .790.50
Balunce in liands of Treasurer,3lny $38.8,44
Amount of fire tax aseesmd De
cember, 1856 • . $949.25
Amount or Tax. $038.33
Amount of said taxpaid as above 856.08
Agents' and Directors' fees for col
lecting tax 64.51
Outstanding &re tax
Outstanding percentage money in the
hands of agents, May 1,1857 52.16
Witness our hands, May. 15,1857,
A. P. HIBSHMAN,. '
IVM., 11..STOBER. ,
Public Sale of Stock
IN. TR E
Berks and Danphia, Turnpike; Road'.
yik - T ILL be sold at Publio Sale, at the public
YY house of Adam Hoak, in the. borougb of
Lebanon, on SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1657, at 1
o'clock, P: M.; 66 SE ARRB of Stock in the Barks
and Dauphin 'Turnpike -Road. To be sold by
Oen. JORN WnitiltAx for the Executors of J. M.
Haldeman, dec'd., by whom tenni . /4c., will
made known. JOHN HALDEM.(N,
JACOB S. HALDEMAN,
• R. J. HALDEMAN,
ROB. 'J. ROSS,
June 10, 1857.—te. - Executors: -
.F.,0.R:..., : g..4:1:L.73e 4 :." :
A T Private .Sale, Twit Building Idle; ':on , :the
11 corner .of „Ohoetnut, and Blienbeth . - itreets,
Bust Lebanon: 4 For; fnitlaer partioidare, apply to
.J. 31::" KELM., iDaguerreotypist,
Leliarton, June 3,1.80.—0 t
itowmark, Hauer & Capp,s
This Way, if you Want Cheap Lumber.
WOHE' undersigned have lately formed a part
nership for the purpose of engaging in• the
Lumber Business, on a new plan, would respect
fully inform the public at large, that their place
of business is David Bowman's old• Lumber Yard,
in East Lebanon, fronting on Chestnut street, 1
square from the.Evangelieal church. They have
enlarged the yard, and filled it with a new and ex
cellent assortment of all kinds of Lumber, such as
BOARDS, PLANKS, JOISTS, LATHS, SIIINDLES, AND
of all lengths and thicknesses. In short, they
keep constantly on hand, a full and well-season•
ed assortment of all kinds of BUILDING MATE
RIALS. Perions in want of anything in their
line are invited' to-call; examine their stock, and
earn their prices. Thankful for past favors, they
hope, that by attention to luminous and moder
ate prices, to merit a continuance of public pat
ronage: - BOWMAN, HAUER & CAPP.
Lebanon, April 8, 1851.-Iy.
1111 E undersigned, residing in North Lebanon
lor, Borough, offers for sale cheap,
GOO or 700 Cords
(estimated) good Wood. It may be seen• a6' Fin_
dam," en the Union , Cana, wear Jonea.
town: [mity 27,'57. DAVID BOYER.
- txTILL attend promptly to all business entrust
ed to him. Office in Cumberland street sec
ond door East from Market, street, and apposite
the Eagle Buildings. [Lob., may 13, 1857.
Woodland for Salle
tr ,4 V: -2, - TUE undersigned of-
, „ea fors at Priyate Salo, ~:, u a
63 AC ly b
RES '''' Icr IF
- —, (more or less) of , excel
lent WOODLAND, the half of which is good tim
ber, situate iu Union township, Lehannn county,
near the Big . Dam, adjoining ihntrof Jacob Ulm
sicker, Emanuel. Pei and others. Erected on the
premises is a good two-story log: DWEILLINOIIaIISR,
as good as new, good' Stabling, and a well of nev
er-failing water. It will' be sold cheap. Good ti
tle and possession given on the Ist of April, 18-
58. Par further information apply to
N. L. Bor'o, may27/57. DAVID ROYER.
50 TONS GROUND PLASTER,
nN hand and for sale at Jacob Bender's mill, in
1 ../ North Annrille township.
N. Annville,tp, April 29, 1957.-2 tn.
PRATT & BUTCHER'S --
1,000. DOLLARS REWARD will be paid
for any medichto that will extoll this
for the following diseases, viz
Rheumatism', Neuralgi%. Spinal Affections,
Contracted Joints, Cholla Pains, Pains in the,
Side or Back, Headache, Toothache, Sprains,
Sore Throat, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, and all dis
eases of the Skin, Muscles, and the Glands.
N - one genuine without the signature of Pratt &
Dutcher attached to each label.
For•sale Wholesale and Retail, at Guilford &
Lemberzer'sDrugstore, Lebanon. [Juno 3,'57.1y.
Itankeios Hill Sand.
A very superior SAND for Building and other
purposes, in offoredfor sale by the undersign.
ed, in 9Watara township, at ffnulter r s Dill. It is
sell at reasonable prices end deliVered by the un
dersigned personally. Sand hauled and delivered
by othir persons is not the genuine article.
April 22:,,1857.—tf. J. E. CODPRIL
Robert W. Coleman in the Court of Common
vs. ) }Pleas of Lebanon county,
John Weidman.Venditioni Exponas of A
pril Term, 1857. No. 14.
The undersigned auditor, appointed by the
Court of Common Pleas of Lebanon County to
mako distribution- -of the - money in said Court,
and raised on the sale of the Real Estate of John
Weidman, Esq., under the above writ of Vendi
tioni Exponas, will attend to. the of his ap
pointment on SATURDAY, the 27th of JUNE,
1857, at I eeleek NI., at the Com taistioner's
Office in the Borough of Labaren,wben and where
all persons-interested in, and having claims on-,
said money, may attend, if they think proper.
CONRAD MARK, Auditor.
Lebanon, ..ettne 3; 1857. --It.
~ ~ t !'
Wheat,. Rye, Oat.", Corn, dke.,
AT the Centro Warehouse, on the Union Canal,
in Moyerstown, for which the highest market
cash prices will be paid. They also keep con
stantly on hand and for sale, Sulphur Coal, Stove
Coal, arid Coal for limehurnera,'Whieli they sell at
the lowest prices.. UItIOI7, TICE 3. CO.
Myeistown, June 10, 1857.4rn* . -
A LL'persons indebted on - the books of Philip
II Arnold, deo'd, and Da rid L. Miller, butchers
hi North Lebanon boronkh, are earnestly request_
'ed to call upon the undersigned between this date
and the Ist of July, 1357, and wake payment.—
After the Ist of July, the books will be placed in
the hands of a dlistice of the Peace for collection.
DAVID L. MILLER.
North Lebanon, Juno 10, 1857.-td.
A S the time is drawin& near when, the trip-will
11. take place, on the laiiroad, to that Wonder of
Wonders, .N.(4OARA FALLS;
we would - remind the citizens of T,cbanort county,
before.this trip takes place, that it will be neces
sary to supply themselves with all kinds of fash
ionable Dry Goods, so as to appear in suit desira
ble for the occasion, and therefore would advise
all'such as wish to rig themselves off and appear
its Young America, to call at the wonderful
Now is' the time Air every person to call arid ex
amine-that wonderful Bee hive, under the Mam
The peculiar construction - and the enormous
stock of ,Tioney will he to every persen's interest
HONEY is universally ailmittod. to be agrees,-
ble to the taste of every person, and the proper
place to get it is known to be the bee hive ; con
sequently-every person dosiripg their taste suited,
need but remember that the Bee Rive is the place
The superiority of this Great Hive, aside from
the enormous stocivconstfintly in Store, is also ev
ident from the fact that those Bees assume quite
a different disposition,-with, regrard te their gath
erings, to what other Bees do: instead` of driving.
yisitoros away by flying at thoin .in a haughty
manner, and humming sonic unintelligible lan
guage in. their ears, and send them away lament
ing and crying with disappointment , and pain, for
having to leave without getting a bit of good
Honey, and being badly stung in the bargain,—
they are kindly disposedte solicit the friendship,
and cherish the visits, of neighbors and strangers,
and endeavor, iu every way, to treat them with
inducements - that will make them call soonagain.
They cheerfully dispose of any quantity of their
sweet stock, at trifling prices, and never fail in
sending away customers laughing and rejoicing,
with the Great Bargains, and frequently exclaim
ing, with overwhelming joy, "Behold this is the
piece for Honey !"
It will also be found that the bees of this great
Hive have not been tying idle during the winter,
and particularly since the first appearance of
Summer, when a portion of them immediately
flew off lathe flowery East, where their gather
ings never failed-to he the most choice of the seas
on. Ha.vingjust returned from their third toes
this Spring, from the city, they arc prepared to.
show their numerous friends the handsome se
lections ever brought to this Borough, embracing I
in variety a collection of every, article in their line
that necessity, fancy and fashion can conceive.—
In,short, their store is oompiete, and an, invite.: 1 1
Lien is extended to all who believe in the truth of
honey being sweet, or value the satisfaction of
having their. taste suited. Step into the Bee
Hive Store. The large swarms that.ase.continu
ally moving to and fro, in - and out, around and
about, is another evidence thatthein hikers have
not been in vain, or remain unappreciated "43t
patronizing public. The merits of this great
Hive have not only become apparent at home,
but its fame is also fast spreading itself through
. out the land. .
- `GEORGE & SHELLENBERGER
Lebanon, June 10, 1857.
ASPLI3NDD , .stock of All-wool - and
all wool Oiling, Cotton, Hemp and
Rag Caili r its,fOr, Floor, Entry and Stairs:
assortineat ,of Oil Cloths
tor. Table4nd :Stai rs, *received, and
for sale. ifeiry 'chßsii, at
May 18. - ' 4 4IENRY & -STINE'S.
Store Room and Dwelling House
In& _lllW.r J rillP erne"
THE subscriber offers his new and commodious
store-room and dwelling house, at No. lock,.
on the Union Canal, for rent, for one or more
years. This business stand is located in a thick
ly settled neighborhood, on the canal and'a pub
lie road, and is calculated for doing the best bu
airless along the 16 locks, both with
country people and boatmen. The
gs building is 27 by 54 feet and divided
- = _ into .apartments of storeroom, store
house, dwelling-house, and large basement under
neath—all under the same roof.
For further particulars, apply to the owner, re
siding near the premises.
February 4, Issr. JOILNHEILMAN, H. S.
. The Union Cenral will be opened early in
he season with premise' alining a large business.
MILLINERY & MANTUA. MAKING.
R ell 0 P.
mrts. LIICETTA DUCE. respectfully informs
IY-L the citizens of Lebanon Borough and vicini
ty. that she has just returned from Philadelphia,
with the latest SPRING A.N.D SUMMER
FASHIONS, end a large assortment of Bonnets
of all kinds, such as Neapolitan, English, Duasta
blo, Swiss, Straw, split-straw, Florence Braid,
Pedals, Gipsy Flats; Diamond Straws, Ribbons,
&,e. A beautiful assortment of French and Amer
ican Flowers, Bonnet sil 4 ks and crape. Her friends
are invited , to SO examinatiou of her beautiful
Asmovar..—Mri. Bucles,residence.has been re
moved to "Pearson's Building," opposite Brua's
Hotel, a few doors east of bor former location in
Cumberland street, [May 20, 1857.
.10111 N GASSER. GEORGE GASSER.
Boots, Shoes, Ella's, Caps,
Trunks., ckc ., 4.c,
TIM subscribers respectfully invite the atten Com
of the citizen's of Lebanon and vicinity to an.
examination of their now st•oelt of goods just re
ceived from Philadelphia. They have a general
assortment of the latest; styles of all kinds of
Sone-Made and City Work,
and also make to order, at short notice, any ar
ticle in their line that may he wanted.
fa"' Don't forget thut the store Las Leen re
moved from the old location, to "Phreaner's Old
Building," next door to the Washington House,
Cumberland street, south side.
They tender their thanks to their oh! custom
ers, and solicit a continuance of their favors,
and trust that a great many new ones will cheer
them .with their patronage. They intend not to
be beet is selling cheap articles in their line.
Lab., npr. 22, 1817.] J. ct G. GASSER,
welling-House and Store Stand
, j HE subscriber offers for rent for one or more
years, the building for along time occupied by
him as a residence and Shoe-store, on the corner
of the alley between Brutes Hotel and Pinegrovo
street,. Cmu•@erfand street, Lebanon. The build
inT is large, welt provided with cellar, stabling,
4; e . The corner !WWI is well ealculuted for a
store stand, and. ir rented for any such purpose .
will be well furnished with shelfing, e. For fur
ther information apply to
The property is also offered for sale as
private sale, -April 22. 1851.
Always Something iNew.
RV, 'ID - OH) AND YOUNG.
IS, he doubt, the tuost wonderful discovery of this age of
progress, for it will restore, permanentiv.grav heir to its
original color, cover the head of the bald with a most
luxuriant growth. remove, at once, all dandruff and itch
ing. cure all scrofula. and other cutaneous eruptions,.
snail as scald head, etc. It will sure. as if by magic,
nervous nr periodiCal headache; make the hair soft,
glossy and wavy. and preserve the color perfectly, end.
the hair from falling. to extreme old age.
The following is from a distinguished member of the
Pitorion 0. J. Ninon— St. Paul, Jun. 1, 1855.
Dear Sir :—Unsolicited,l send youthis certificate. Af
ter being nearly bald for along time, and having tried
air the hair restoratives extant. and having no faith in.
any, I was induced', on heating of yours, to give it a tri
al. I placed myself In the hands of a barber, and had
my head rubbed with a good stiff brush, and the IM
storative then applied and well rubbed hi, till the scalp
was aglow. This 1 repeated every morning. and in three
weeks the young hair appeared and grew rapidly front
August last till the present time, end is new thick, black
and strong—soft and pleasant to the touch ; whereas,
'before, it washa .r,h. and wiry. what little there was of it,
and that little was disappearing very rapidly. I still use
your restorativwabout twice a week, and shall soon have
a good and perfect eroplibeis.. N0w,.1. had read of these
things—and who bus not ? but have net seen. hitherto,
any ease where any person's hair was really banettled by
any of the hair tonic, etc., of the clay; and it really ghat
me pleasure to record the result of toy experience.
have recommended your preparation to others, and it al
ready has a large and general sale throughout the Terri.
tory. The people here know its effects, and have confl
'dentv init. The supply you sent UP, ZIS wholesale agents
for the Territory, is nearly ',shun:led, and daily inqui
ries are made for it. You deserve oredit for your dLscov
cry, , and I, fax one, return.±oll my Wanks for the bene-
fit it liasdone me, for I certainly had. despaired long aga
-of ever effecting any such resat.
Yours. hastily, J. NY. ISOND.
Firm of Bond & Kelley, Druggists, St. Paul:.
[From the Editor of the Real Estate Advertiser.]
13ostoa. 27 School street, 3lnrch 20,1855.
Dear Sir:—Having become prematurely quite gray, f
was induced, some six weeks since, to make a trial of
your Iteatorative. / have used less than twobottles, but
the gray hairs havenll disappeared; and although my
hair has not attained its original color, yet the processot
'change in gradually going ea, and I am in great hopes
that in tt. short titue my heir will beim dark as formerly.
I have also been much gratified at the healthy moisture
aril vigor of the hair, which Wore was! , hasslA and dry
and it bas tensed to come out as formerly.
Respectfully yours, D. C. 31. RUPP.
Professor Wood. -
Carlyle. Illinois, June 19, 18,15.
I have used Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, and
have admired its wonderful effect. My hair was becom
ing, as I thought, prematurely gray, but by the use of
his "..Restorative," it has resumed its original color, and,
I have no doubt, permanently so.
SIDNEY bn.kaiakl,-E5-tionutur United States.
O. J. WOOD& CO., Proprietors, 312 Broadway, N. Y..
and 114 Market street, St. Louis, 'Missouri.
Fos solo, la Lebanon, et Consosnt LENIDEIIGER'S Drug
store. .Also. by cull responsible Druggists. tb.25,'67.-flm.
FIRE FIRE , FIRE !
HAT the Locomotive will soon pass through
Lebanon ' and as Barns and Houses will be in
danger from Fire thereof,
James N. Rogers
Begs leave to inform the inhabitants of Lebanon.
ODE] vicinity, that he will
Cover Barns and Houses with Tin,
at the shortest notice.
Also, thankful for the patronage he has receiv
ed, he embraces this opportunity of informing the
public generally, that he has ou hand,
from a tea spoon to a boiler of any size; all kinds w
of the most improved patterns. jar" Also, JOB
BING; SPOUTING, iirc.,,done at the shortestrio
ties and on reasonable terms. His place of busi
ness is in Market street, two doors south of the
Lebanon Bank. JAMES N. ROGERS.
N. B.—The highest market prices paid for
OLD COPPER, LEAD RricUPRIVTER or taken in ex
change for work or ware. [Leh ' , may 13,'57.
ASTIMEAD intends bating an opening
In of. Spring and Summer - Millinery, on Fri
day and Saturday, April 24th and lath, when she
respectfully invites the ladies of Lebanon and vi
cinity to . give her w call. liaving just returned
from the city with every variety of btyiese, and ma
terial, she Settees herself that for beauty and ele
gene°, her assortment cannot be surpassed. She
also offers an extensive variety of straw and fancy
goods, ribbons, flowers; Ao., which she has no
doubt will give entire satisfaction. April 22,'57.
rpaß Worth Lebanon has been remodeled,
. and is riots , completed ant 3.4 9, operation, and
prepared to furnish customers reg ularly n'itti
very illpetj9r . attiele of FLOUR, 'aa cheap air it
can be obtained from any other source.
- They mac Imp constantly 'OIL hand arra flat-sale,
Chop, Bras, Slat ta,,itc,;
They: are also prepared to do all kinds -Ott:Fea
.tcdner's work, and respeetrolls *mate" 41. tlitltae,-
mer mistomers of the mill, as we - A is new on to
give -them a call. •
They, will pay the regulv 1444 et, prices
- • - - kinds of Graikiitteti..as,
Vird , afford all looilltiai aut. anoostanodations to_,
'-001(1111D U - TalltONElt. Pailaident
Nottlt Lebanon Borough * may 116-IA,