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CY CD's r.
How Uncle James got along with
Not many years since a person from
'the land of steady habits strayed into
the region of Princes Bay, and parches
ed a fine residence near the water; be
was characteristically austere, penurious
and unneighborly ; his lands were so sit
uated that the oystermen had to pass
across them to reach their boats, for
'which he exacted toll of each man ; he
had control over the waters of the creek,
where it was necessary they should plant
them to fat and freshen ; for this privi
lege each man was made to pay so much
'per bushel, or forego the privilege.—
This exacting spirit of the man soon
excited the hatred of the oystermen—
they turned the tables on him, and an
noyed him in every way their ingenuity
could invent. On returning at night
from town, he would often find the draw
of the bridge swung aside, or something
the matter with the gate so that he
could not get in. In a word, Mr. Tito
Barnacle was finally compelled to sell
out and leave to get rid of his uncom
fortable neighbors, whom his own pet
tishness and liberality had incited to re
taliation. This place was purchased by
a kindly old gentleman whom we shall
call, as everybody else did, Uncle
James; he had been long familiar with
a sea faring life, and knew the charac
ter of the men with whom he had to
deal. He was not long settled in the
place before a delegation of oystermen
waited upon him; he received them as
one neighbor should another, in a friend
ly manner. They had called to say that
they wished to lay their oysters in his
creek, and wished to know how much
he would charge them for the privilege.
"I wish to be neighborly, and to have
good neighbors around me," said Uncle.
James, "and 1 shall, not disagree with
you; plant your oysters there and wel
come, and give me what you think it is
worth." "But," say they, "we would
like to pass across your land, from our
houses to the shore, it is nearer, what
shall we pay you ?" "Put the bars up
as you go along, and when you see the
cattle in, drive 'ern out," said Uncle
James, "that is all 1 ask." They took
a drink of apple-jack and parted. From
time to time a bushel of the finest oys
ters would be set down at Uncle Tames'
door, and he would hardly know who
had committed the depredation. The
year passed away, and there was no
complaint to make of any unneighborly
conduct on either side. They met for
a settlement at Uncle James' house, the
applejack was brought out, and all took
a smile ; after which the question was
again put by the oystermen : "How
much shall we pay you, Uncle James,
for the use of the creek 7" "If it has
been of any benefit to you," replied the
old man, - you can each give me what
you can afford." One put down ten
dollars, another twenty; some more,
some less, until nearly five hundred dol•
lars were voluntarily paid : which was
more than double the sum which Tite
Barnacle extorted by menace and mean
ness from the same men.
The person who related these facts
to us, closes the story by saying: "If
you wish to get along with the Prince's
Bay oyster men, you must say—Poor
pussey,' but never say Scat y' bitch
If you do, their fire will be up at once."
Bonnets and Flats
A SPLENDID stock of the most fash
ionable Bonnets for ladies and girls,
also Flats, and Hat Trimmings, lOr chil
dren, just received and for sale cheap at
May 13. . HENRY & STINE'S.
More New Books!
T IPPINCOTT'S PRONOUNCING. GAZET
TEER OF TILE WORLD, and GREAT
TRUTHS BY GREAT Ammons, received and for
sale at Good's Book Store, Market square.
Lebanon, .Pa., Juno 10, 1857.-It.
DALY & WILLIAMS would respectfully in
form the citizens of Lebanon that they, have
opened a. first class SHAVING AND HAIR
DRESSING SALOON, in Market street, opposite
the Lebanon Bank. They would solieit a share
of the public patronage.
Lebanon, May 20, ISs7.—tf.
Philip F. NUCanny,
Fashionable Boot and Shoe Maker
iv Cumberland street, One door East of the
V Black Horse Hotel.
The subscriber desires to in
form thepublic that hehas open-
ed as above, where he is prepar- •
ed to execute orders for Boots
and Shoes of the 'finest finish and style, and equal,
if not superior, to any heretofore offered to the
public. • [may 27, 1857.
G. .Fr. iictvces,
'WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Manufacturer of
" Ornamental and Plain Guilt Looking Glass
es, Portrait and Picture Frames of every style; a
large stock of the above always on hand, which I
will sell from 10 to 15 per cent. less than any other
establishment in the city.
PAINTINGS AND ENGRAVINGS, &C. Old
work reguilted, dm. A liberal discount to the
trade..G. W. DEWEES.
No. 154 North 2d street, below Race, west. side
April 29, 18.57.-6 m. Philada., Old No. 102.
5000 pounds of Butter,
3000 doz. Eggs,
2000 pounds Lard,
1000 pounds Tallow,
800 pounds Hard Soap,
1000 pounds Bacon. Also,
Dried Peaches and Apples,
Potatoes, &c., &c.., for which the high
est market prices will always be given
in exchange for Goods at the cheap Dry
Goods store of HENRY & STINE,
South-west corner of Market and Cum
berland streets, Lebanon, Pa.
May 13, 1857.
LITHO takes thebestLlKENESSESinLebnmen?
1111 Why. J. 11. REIM, in the
He has the best room, best light, best fixtures,
and has made it his entire business for the last
five years. He always gets the latest improve
ments; he has always the latest style of oases on
hand ; he takes pictures in every style of the art ;
his STEREOSCOPE PICTURES are wonderful
to behold. All his pictures are sharp, correct,
and of the highest finish. Give him a call and
you will not regret it. His terms are very mod
ts. His rooms are open every day (except
Sunday,) from d'o'elock, A. M., till 6 P. M.
Lebanon, Jana 3, 1867.,
piALL and'ice the etock , of thins di McAdam
••• [April 1, 1857.
RARER & BROS.
at the well-known and
Fashionable Clothing Store, of
• A A
B TH EE DOORS
WEST OF THE
E COURT HOUSE. E
TProprietors of this establishment respect
fully announce to the public, that they have
now ready the largest, cheapest and best assort
ment of Spring and Summer Ready-made CLorn-
ING ever before offered in Lebanon. Their stock
embraces the latest style of garments adapted to
the season, viz:—DnEss Coax's; Fine Black Cloth
Frock and Dress Coats. BUSINESS COATS; Black,
Brown, Green, Gray, Olive and Fancy Cloth Sin
gle-Breast, Frock and Sack Coats. SUMMER
Coats, of all kinds and prices. PANTALOONS;
fate Black Cloth and Dm Skin, Fancy Cassimore,
Satinet, Jean and Corduroy Pants.Ts; Bl'k
satin fancy silk, Marseilles, of all colors, Cash
mere, Valencia, Satinet, Worsted and Cloth Vests.
ALso, on hand an :assortment of Woolen and
Cotton Undershirts and Drawers, White and Fig
ured Shirt!, C6llars, Cravats, Pocket Handker
chiefs, Suspenders, Fancy Stocks, Gloves, Hosie
ry, Coat Links, &e.
Returning thanks for past favors, they respect
fully Loh a continuance of public patronage.
7701" The TAILORING BUSINESS in all its branch
es, is continued as heretofore.
April 22, 1856
- MO. 52i NORTH EIGHTH street, (Above Arch,
...L' Wrest side,) Philadelphia.
An assortment or PLAIN & FANCY BLINDS,
always on hand, at the lowest prices. Old blinds,
repainted and trimmed equal to new, and JOB
BLNG promptly attended to.
A handsome assortment of Window Shades, of
the latest and most Fashionable Patterns, and
Reed Blinds constantly on hand, to which Noe ret
spectrally call the attention of the public. Also,
Store Shades made and lettered to order.
April 15, 1557.-3 mos.
North Lebanon Borough.
THE subscriber announces to the citizens of
North Lebanon borough, and the public in
general, that be has taken the old and well known
Hotel lately kept by John H. Miller, on the north
side of the Union Canal, fronting Canal and Mar
ket Streets. He will spare no pains to make it a
house in every way answering the wants of the
traveling public. Every attention will be given
to secure the comfort of his guests. His Table
will be supplied with the best the market can af
ford, and his Bnr with the choicest Liquors.—
The Stabling. attached to this Hotel is in excel
lent order, and careful hostlers will always be in
attendance. He hOpes to receive a share of the
may 13, 1957.-3 t
IVII L I SA W. 411 I% L 3
62 ACRES' OF LAND
THE subscriber, being desirous of selling
merchant and GRIST MILL, together with his
SAW MILL and sixty-two acres of land, takes the
present opportunity of informing the public that
he has one of the best Mill Properties in the coun
ty of Lebanon, situate one-fourth of a mile from
Jonestown, on the Swatara Creek, and one-half
mile from the Union Canal, at Tones
town. This mill has been newly
remodeled with the best of bevel
gearing, and everything in the best
of order, for either country,or merchant,
work. The land is in a high state of cultivation,
it being lately limed with one hundred bushels to
the acre, and is all under new fences. Any per
son ,wishing to view said property, can call at
the mill for information, or on the subscriber, two
miles from Jonestown. An indisputable title will
be given, and by paying a small advance on the
property at the time possession is given, the bal
ance will be, sot out in paymentS to suit the pur
chaser. MARTIN WENGERT.
Swatara tp., December 31, 1856.—tf.
JUST RECEIVED AT
J. W.ACKEIt 7 S 1
From $1,25 to $lO, 8 day and 30 hour.
Oct. 22. '56.
D. S. R A.B E
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
Corner of Cumberland Bt., and Doe alley, few doors
west from Greenawalt's Hardware Store.
MEDIC INES, PAINTS,
Glf E MICA LS, - DYE-STUFFS.
rpIIE undersigned having just received a large
and well-selected stock of unadulterated Eng
lish, Trench, and American Drugs,. 'Medicines,
Chemicals, Paints, Perfumery, Dye-stuffs, Varnish,
Turpentine, Pine Oil, Burning Fluid, Surgical
Instruments, Glassware, Brushes., llajr Oils, Toi
let Soaps, Sugars, Tohacce and a variety of Fancy
artieles too numerous to mention.
Bengal Indigo, Logwood, Madder, Tumeric,
Annnto, Ext. Logwood, Cochineal, Copperas,. 44,c.
Sime's genuine Cod-LiYor Oil. Ext. of Dande
lion, Medicinal Wines, Brandy, Abe., sold only for
-Medicinal purposes at D. S. Baler% Drug Store,
For Family Use.
Cox's Patent Refined Gelatine, French Gelatine,
I' ice Flour, Heekor's Farina, Corn Starch, Flavor-
I•tg Extracts, Lemon, Vanilla, Rose, Orange, Ran
t na, Celery, &c., also all kinds of Spices, Am.,
s old cheep at Ember's Drug Store.
A large assortment of the most improved styles
of American and French Trusses, varying in
p, ices from 50 cents to $5. Also hood's Abdora
h al Supporters, Vanhorn's Uteri Abdominal Sup
p,rters, Vanborn's Shoulder Braces, ac., sold
eTteap at D. S. Raber's Drug Store.
For Horses and Cattle.
Duet. Pbreaner's Yellow Water powder, Con
dition powder, Heave powder, Heinitch's German
Vegetable Horse powder, Doct. J. Worley's Horse
tad Cattle powder, Leader & Co.'s Horse and
' attic powder, Merchant's Gargling Oil, Horse
man's Hope, Hembold's Liniment, &e., &c.
Saponifier, or Concentrated Lye.
Warranted to make Soap without Limo and
with little or no trouble. Ono box of Saponifier
costing only 181 cents• will make 9 pounds of
Hard Soap, or 15 gallons of Soft Soap.
Sold at D. S. Raher's Drug Store.
J. Gerhard's Infallible Worm Destroying Syr
up, Pahnestock's, Gallagher's, and Dr. Jayne's
Vermifuge, Inc., also Holloway's Vegetable 'Ver
flange Confections, a safe and effectual remedy
for worms. This is a delighful preparation of
sugar, that any child will eat withpleasure. Ask
for Rolloway's—as none other are genuine.
Sold at D. S. Rabor's Drug Store.
All the popular Patent medicines, sold at
D. S. RABER'S
Chenp Drug Store, Cumberland at., a few doors
from Greenawalt's Hardware Store.
Venetian Blinds and Shades.
A. Britton & Co.,
Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail
Dealers, No. 32 North Second street,
above Market, Philadelphia.
The largest, cheapest and hest assortment of
VENETIAN BLINDS and WINDOW SHADES
of any establishment in'the United States.
First premiumtiriyarded, by the Vr;tinklin
Institute, in 1862 and 1850, over all competition.
May 13, 1857.-3 m.
BANVEL P.EINOELIL. :: ADOLPHUS Emma.. CHAS. H. MILT
A HOME FOR ALL!
3 3 3 3 3 Aalrita
The Largest, Best and Cheapest
LUMBER AND COAL
over offered heretofore to the public,
AT THE OLD YARD IN
'North Lebanon Borough,
(FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY MARK hREINORIIL,)
Situated on Bast 4. West side of Mar
ket street, at Union Canal.
MIRE uneersigned take this method of inform
ing the citizens of Lebanon and surrounding
Counties, that they have now on hand a large
stock of WELL SEASONED LUMBER, and are
constantly receiving additions theroto. Their as
sortment consists in part of
'White and Yellow PINE and nEmLocx
11 inch and 2 inch PANNEL and COMMON
White PINE and HEMLOCK SCANTLING and Jots Ts.
1 inch and inch CHERRY BOARDS,
PLANKS and TABLE LEGS.
Alco, I inch and .1 inch POPLAR BOARDS,
PLANKS and SCANTLING.
Such as ASH and VhTITE OAK BOARDS,
PLANKS and SCANTING.
SHINGLES, SHINGLES, SHINGLES !
A great assortment of good PINE and ilatmoow
SIILNGLES. Also, ROOFING and PLASTERING
LATHS. Also, RAIDS, POSTS, and ready topped
PALINGS for fencing.
Flooring Boards, Doors and Window Saeh.
Of which they positively hare the largest and
best assortment ever offered in this section of
COAL! COAL ! ! COAL!!!
They keep constantly on hand the best quality
of Broken, Stone and Lilac/owl/ere COAL. Also,
the best quality of Hollitiollaburg Smith Coal,
which are sold at reduced prices.
'laving now on hand much the largest
and completest assortment of Lumber ever offered
'.to the public in Lebanon ' they feel Confident of
being able satisfactorily to accommodate all pur
chasers, and would, therefore, invite an examina
tion of their stock before purchasing elsewhere.
REINCKIILS' Sz, MEILY.
North Lebanon Borough, Sept.l7,
To No. 4, Eagle . Buildings.
Fashionable Hat and Cap Store,
Market Square, Lebanon, Pa
THE undersigned hereby' informs his friends
and the public 'in general, that he is now, and
will be always, fully prepared to supply his cus
tomers with goods in his line Wholesale and re
tail, at the shortest notice, and upon the most ac
commodating terms. His stock consists of Bea
rer Nutria, Russia, Cassimeru, Moleskin, Silk,
Soft Hats, &c., which he will dispose of at the
lowest prices. All his Hats are manufactured un
der his own immediate superintendance and he
feels warranted in saying, that for durability and
finish they cannot ho surpassed. Country mer
chants, visiting Lebanon, dealing in hats and
caps, can ho supplied at wholesale prices, from
one to a dozen, such sizes as they may want.
*tm,. N. B.—Fox, Mink, Muskrat, and Rabbit,
Skins wanted, for which, the highest market
prices Will be paid. [Lob:, Feb. 6, 1856.
GUILFORD & LEMBERGER'S
New Drug& ChemicAl Store,
Market Street, Lebanon, Pa.
GIIILFORD do LEMBERGER base opened
their elegant new Drug Store, with a full as
sortment of pure and well-selected
Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Dye-
Stujis, 4-c., 4-c.
For Family Uses, all kinds of Spices, Farina,
Corn Starch, Arrow-root, Cooper's Isinglass and
French Gleyktine,Flavoring Extracts for puddings,
pies, custards, /sc., of their own manufacture,
which need but a single trial to prove theirsupe
rior flavor. Rennet wine for making slip junket.,
ric.;much more economical and convenient than
the old method, and various other articles which
will recommend themselves to Housekeepers.
Perfumery and Toilet Articles
of every description, Extracts for the handker
chief of the choicest odors, a full variety of Hair
Oils and Pornatums, a superior assortment of
soaps, including the celebrated Nymph soap for
beautifying the complexion. The Balm of a
Thousand Flowers, Mean Fun a Chinese prepara
tion for the skin, and a full assortment of other
Toilet Powders. Hair,,Tooth and Shavingbrush
es, and a variety of.EUtfalo, India, rubber, Horn
and Ivory combs. -
Dye Stu s,
Indigo, madder, logwood,
For Houerekeepers—Burning Fluid , Carophone
or Pine-oil, lamp oil, irashingsoda, Saponifier,
pure spices, Herbs, and such other articles as are
required in families.
of every size, and all the popular Patent Medi
cines, Medicinal Winos and Brandies, and achoiee
variety of Sugars end Tobacco.
Guilford St Lemherger will use every effort to
serve the citizens of Lebanon and others, with all
articles in their line of a purity, freshness andper
feetion unsurpassed, which they fit - niter themselves
their facilities and knowledge of the Drug busi
ness will fully enable them to.
Physician's Prescriptions accurately compound
ed, and personal attendance given at all hours.
tvt„. The Store will be open on Sundays, for
dispensing medicines only, from 8 to 9 in the
morning and from 1 to 2 in, the afternoon.,
Lebanon, Dec. 24, 1856.
Eigitt JD ay,
Just Received at
J. J. BLAIR'S Jewelry Store,
HOVER'S LIQUID HAIR
THIS HAIR DYE needs only a trial to satisfy
all of its perfection as a Dye, and the follow
ing testimonial from that eminent Analytic
Chemist, Professor Booth, of the U. S. Mint, will
only confirm what thousands have previously
borne testimony to.
"Laboratory for Practical Cheraistry,
ST. SUMMIT'S PLACE, j
Philadelphia, "February 17th, 1557.
"Being well acquainted with the substances
composing Hover's Liquid Hair Dye, I am satis
fied that by following the simple directions given
for its use, it will not injure the Hair or Skin, but
will give a natural and durable color to the hair,
JAMES C. BOOTH, Analytic Chemist."
HOVER'S WRITING INKS, including Hover's
Fluid, and Horer'e Indelible hike, are too well
known and introduced to require any additional.
testimony of .their character. The, sales have
been increasing since their first introduction, giv
ing evidence that the articles truly possess that
intrinsic merit claimed at first for them by the
Orders, addressed to the Manufactory, No. 416
RAW street above .FOURTH, (old No. 144,)
Philadelphia, will receive prompt attention by
JOSEPH E. HOVER,
April 15, 185.7.—1y.] Manufacturer.
MISS C. WOZELSDORF, opposite Dr. C. D.
Gloninger, begs leave to inform the Ladies
that she is now opening a splendid assortment of
of the latest styles, comprising
Fancy Crape and Silk Bonnets, Plain
and fancy Neapolitans, English and
American Straws,lnfant Caps,Miss.
es Bonnets, French Flowers, Rib.
bone and Laces. •
t4a.. Also, Trimming, Bleaching, and Press
ing done at the shoilest notice.
April 1, 18f#7.-2m.
Leather, Leather, Leather!
IiffENRY W. OVERMAN, Importer of French
1.1. Calf Skint3, and general Leather Dealer, No.
6, South 3d street, Philadelphia. -
A general assortment of - all kinds of Leather,
Moroecos ' Red OalrEole Leather.
Feb. 25, 1857.—1 y.
0 or, THE
= Forger Convicted.
CD JOHN S. DYE IS THE AUTHOR,
t'Who has had. 10 years' experience as a Bank
er and Publisher, and Author of .
C) A series of Lectures at the Broad
p when, for 10 successive nights, ever
ot Oztr 50,000 People t
Greeted him with rounds of Applaus,o, while
p ho exhibited the, manner in which coun
terfeiters execute their Frauds, and
the surest and shortest means
of Detecting them
CD The Band Note Engravers all say
15; that he is the greatest judge of pa
n per money living.
GREATEST DISCOVERY OF
Ile Present Century for
eloN Detecting Counterfeit Bank Notes.
"'Describing every Genuine Bill . in existence,
and exhibiting at a glance every Coun
terfeit, in Circulation!!
2 Arranged so admirably, that
Reference is Easy and
eq- No index to examine !
•••• No pages to hunt up !
<2. But so simplified and arranged, that the
Merchant, Banker and Business man can
See all at a Glance.
. English, French and German.
CD Thus each may read the same in his
0 11 own Native Tongue.
RkMost Perfect Bank Note List
Also a list of
.PAll the Private Bankers in America.
DA Complete summary of the Finance of En
(=rope and America will be published in each
=edition, together with all the important
News of the Day.
A Series of Tales,
C) From an old manuscript found in the East.
IV It furnishes the most complete History of
or • Oriental life
2 Describing the most perplexing positions
‘" in which the ladies and gentlemen of that
country have been so often found. These
stories will continue throughout the whole
year, and will prove the moat entertaining
CD ever offered to the public.
re, "ft,.,Furnislted. Weekly to subscribers on
!..illy, at. 1 a' year. All letters Must, be ad
JOHN S. DYE, Broker.
.... Publisher and Proprietor,•7o Wall street.,
April 22, 1857. • New York.
SUFFERERS with diseases of the Bladder, Kid
neys, Gravel, Dropsy, Weakness, be., read
,in another column, headed
"Jlehulaild . s Genuine Preparation."
Dr. Ross' - Drug Store
Opposite the Contt House, Lebanon, Pa.
DR. ROSS offers to buyers the best bargains in
drugs, in Lebanon ; a long and varied expe
rienee-,_ of over twenty years, in the drug and_
medical science, enables him to do up things in
the first style. Purchasers will please make a
note or these facts.
u• the Pernmnent Cure of Neu
lgia, St. Vitus' Dance, and all
Mr Nervous diseases, cold by
:ertiin cure for the Piles.
..14.1arshisi's Uterine Cathol
in, For the cure of all fern. dis.
H. H. Higbee's Remedy,
the cure of Coughs, Colds
A - rofess. Wood's Hair Restorative,
For promoting the growth of hair, always to be
bad at the principal drug depot of Dr. Ross.
The best tonic in use for strengthening the hu
man system sold oply by Dr. Ross.
Dr. Hasting's Syrup of Naphtha,
Is fast superseding all other medicines for the
cure of Consumption,andßronchitis. Dr. Ross,
• Allen's Razor Powder,
For Razor Straps.
Pure Ohio Catawbaßrandy—a- pure and safe
article fer Medical use, to be had at Dr. Ross'.
Allen's Liniment, for Rheumatism.
-Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorative
Is an unfailing restorer of the Flair,
it is taking the lead of all ether
remedies for the hair. No toilet is
perfect without mrs. Allen's Hair
Restorative. Call at Dr. Ross'
Drug Store for mrs. Allen's Flair
Restorative. See adv. in another col.
Dr. Ross' Worm Lozenges
Are as sweet as sugar and a certain
cure for Worms.
Dr. Ross' Infant Drops,
For the relief of restlessness, colic pains, &c., of
children. Sold only at Dr. Ross' Drug Store.
Cough, Cured for Twenty-five Cents.
_ _ _
Dr. Piisiek's Cough Syrup is the cheapest and
best remedy for Coughs,Colds,ctc. Call at Dr:ltess'.
- Dr. Ross' Horse Powder
Is the best }terse Powder ht use
Dr. Ross' Cattle Powder
Is fast taking the place of all other Cattle Powders
For the cure of Old Strains, Swellings, Bruises,
&c. Sold only by Dr. Ross.
For the cure of sore,
weak or in fl amed eyes. In
dividuals who have been afflicted with diseases of
the eyes, for months end years, have been entire
ly cured by the use of Dr. Ross' Eye Salve.
Fresh Garden Seeds
In groat variety nt, Dr: Ross' Drug Store.
Dr. Ross' Tester Ointment.
Persons afflicted with totter, ringworm, and vs,
rioes other skin diseases, will find various efficient
Medicines for their curd at Dr. Ross' Drug Store.
Dr. Ross' Tooth Wash
Is a very superior preparation for the Teeth and
Gums. It whitens, clenns•aud preserve the teeth;
and hardens the gums. It prevents and cures
Scurvy. Try it, by all means, if : you value a
swete breath and white teeth. Ask for Dr. Rosa'
Tooth Weill. : .
Heyi's Embrocatvon for . Horses
Has no suporior for the cure of swellings, bruises,
galls produced by the collar or saddle, scratches.,
old or fresh wounds. AskforHeyl's Embrocation.
Dr. Ross has a variety of Trusses—for infants,
children or grown people. Unless a Truss fits, it
is worse than useless—it will do harm. He has
had an experience of over 18 years in this branch
of surgery, and adjusts every Truss bought of him.
15 Gallons of Soap for 19 dents.
One box of Saponifier, costing 19 cents, will
make 9 pounds of hard soap, or 15 gallons of soft
soap, without any trouble. Full directons given.
Sold•at Dr. Ross' Drug Store. [April 8, 1857.
BOOT Bh - . SHCE:STORE.
. Jacob Rea d le, •
RESPECTFULLY informs the public that he
r still continues his extensive establishment in
his now building, in Cumberland street, where he
hopes to render the same satisfaction as hereto
fore to all who may fairer him with their custom.
Ho invites Merchants and dealers in
Boots and Shoes,
and every one who wishes to purchase fashiona
ble and durable articles in his line, to call and ex
amine for themselves, his large and varied stock.
He is determined to surpass all competition in
the manufacture of every article in his business,
suitable for any market in the Union. A due
care is taken in regard to materials and workman
ship; none but the best quality of Leather and
other materials are used, and none but the best
workmen are employed.
P. S.--31e returns his sincere thanks to his
friends for the . very liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed on him. Ho hopes by strict attention
to business and endeavoring to please his custo
mers, to merit a share of public patronage.
Lebanon, Oct. 17, 1858.
Preserve your Teeth.
aIIILFORD LEMBERGER prepare an arti-
U. ale, Pearl Deatrifice, the finest Tooth powder,
that can be used, having a most delightful odor
and pleasant taste, polishes and preserves the
tooth, to which it gives a -pearl-like whiteness,
imparting a most delightful fragrance to the
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full health and vigor. Prepared and sold only, at
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January 7, 1857,
Dr. Ross' Horse 'Liniment,
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having the least impediment to married life, should read
this book. It discloses secrets that every one should be
acquainted with. Still, It is a book that must be kept
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When a Permanent Cure
krjS guaranteed in all stages QI SECRET DISEASES,
Self Abuse, Nervous Debility, Strictures, Gleets,
Gravel, Mercurial Rheumatism, Scrofula, Pains in the
Ankles and Bones, Diseases of the Throat, Nose and
Fyes, Ulcers upon the body, Female Irregularities, and
all improper discharges, no matter of bow long stand
ing, or obstinate the case, recovery is certain, and in a -
shorter time than a permanent cure could be effected
by any other treatment, even after the skill of the most
eminent physicians had failed, and the disease resisted
all other means of cure. The remedies are free from
odor, causing neither sickness nor inconvenience, and
without mercury or balsam. During twenty years'
practice, I have restored to health over seventeen thou
sand patients, who were suffering under the worst forms
of all of the above mentioned diseases, which guarantees
me in promising a perfect and most speedy cure. Se
cret diseases are the greatest enemies to health and hap
piness, as they are the first cause of consumption, scrof
ula, &e. and should be a terror to all nations on the
earth; /or the disease is becoming so common. and treat.
nient so little understood, that a permanent cure is
scarcely ever effected, as a majority of the cases fall in
to the hands of incompetent persons, who not only fail
Co cure the malady, hut ruin the constitution with cor
rosive sublimate—a dangerous poison, a preparation of
mercury—which, with the remains of disease in the sys
tem, produces many of the above named affections,
which finally terminate in consumption, and frequently
a rapid one-; but should it not cause death speedily, and
the victim to disease marries, th', disease is then convey
ed from the permit to the children, causing them to
come into the world with scrofula, affections of the skin,
eyes, throat, and again terminates in consumption,
and consigns its victim to an untimely grave, between
the ages of six mouths and thirty.five years. Sell:abuse
is another formidable enemy to health;
it destroys the
nervous system, rapidly wasting away the energies of
lire, causing mental derangement, preventing a proper
development of the system, and disqualifying its victim
for marriage, society, business, and all earthly happi
ness. Female Irregularities, and all other diseases of
females, treated in the most skillful and scientific man
nor. Medicines, with directions, sent to any part of the:
United States and Ganadas, by patients communicating
their symptoms, by letter, to J. SUMMERVILLE, 51.
D., Box 53, Postbaiee; FILBERT Street, below Twelfth,
Philadelphia, Pa. [March 18, 1857.-dy.
,ct, ND all Diseases of the Lungs and . Throat are pool
-411.41 Lively curable by inhalation, which conveys the
remedies to the cavities in the lungs through the air
passages, -and coming in direct contact with the disease,
neutralizes the tubercular matter, allays the cough,
causes a free and easy expeetoratiou, Leah; the lungs,
purifies the blood, imparts renewed vitality to the nor-
Tons system, giving that tone and energy so indispensa
ble for the restoration of health. To be able to suite
confidently that Consumption is curable by Inhalation,
is to me a source of unalloyed pleasure. It is as much
under the control . of - medical - treatment-as any—.
formidable:disease ; ninety out of every hundred cases
can be cured inthe brst stages, and fifty per cent: in the'
second; but in the third stage it is-.impossible to save
more than five per cent., for the lungs are so cut up by
the disease as to defy. medical skill. Even, however, in
the last stages, inhalation affords extraordinary relief to
the suffering attending this fearful scourge, whWh an
nually destroys ninety-tire thousand persons in the .U
-nited States alone ; and a correct calculation shows that
of the present population of the earth, eighty millions
arc destined to fill the Consumpthe's grave.
Truly, the quiver of death has no arrow so fatal ns
Consumption. In all ages it has been the great enemy
of life, for it spares neither age nor sex, but swoops off
alike the brave, the beautiful, the graceful, middle gift
ed. By the help of that Supreme Being, from whom
cometh every good and perfect gift. I am enabled to offer
to the afflicted a permanent and speedy cure in Con
sumption. The first cause of tubercles is from Impure
Blood, and the immediate effect, produced by their depo
sition in the lungs, is to prevent the free admission of
air into the air cells, which causes a weakened vitality
through the entire system. Then, surely, it is more ra
tional to expect greater good from medicines entering
the cavities of the lungs,
than from those administered
through _the stomach ; the patient will always find the
lungs free and the breathing- easy, after inhaling come- I
dies. True, inhalation is a local remedy, nevertheless,
it acts constitutionally, and with more power and cer
tainty than remedies administered by the stomach. To
prove the powerful and direct Influence of this mode of
administration, chloroform inhaled will destroy sensibil
ity in a few minutes, paralyzing the entire nervous sys- I
tem, FO that a limb maybe amputated without the slight
est pain; Inhaling thcordinary burning gas will destroy
life in a few hours.
The inhalation of ammonia will rouse the system when
fainting or apparently- dead. The odor of many of the
medicines is perceptible in the skin, a few moments af
ter being inhaled, and may be immediately detected in
the blood. A convincing proof of the constitutional ef
fects of inhalation, is the fast that sickness is always pro
duced by breathing foul air. Is not this positive evi
dence that proper remedies, carefully prepared and judi
ciously administered through the lungs, should produce
the most happy results ? During eighteen years' prac
tice, many thousands, suffering from diseases of the
Lungs and throat, have,been under my care; and I hare
effected many remarkable cures, even after the sufferers
had been pronounced in the lest stages, which fully sat
isfies me that Consumption is no longer a fatal disease.—
My treatment of Consumption is original, and founded
on long experience and a thorough' investigation. My
perfect acquaintance with the nature of tubercles, &e.,
enables me to distinguish, readily, the various forms of
disease that simulate consumption. and apply the proper
remedies, rarely being mistaken even in a single case.—
This familiarity, in connection with certain pathological
end microscopic discoveries, enables ,me to relieve
the lungs front the effects of contracted cheats t to en-,
large the chest, purify the blood, import to, it reneived vi
tality, giving energy and tone totheentire system. Dos
03, Post Office, G. W. GRAHAM, M. D. Officelo9
BERT Street, below Twelfth, Philadelphia, Pa.
_can the treatment of Cancers, Tamers, Wens, Ulcers,
Scrofula, any Growth or Sore. Chronic Diseases,
generally, can be cured- (if curable) without surgical
operation or poison. For particulars, write, state diseas
es plainly,and enclose twenty-iivocents for advice. All
letters must have a postage stamp enclosed to .prepay
answer. Medicine can be sent any distance. Address
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Mechanicsburg, Cumberland Co., Pa.
.trir Mechanicsburg is 8 miles from narrisburg, on
the C. V. IL and aceessiblefrom all parts of the Union.
Old and young,poorandrich,come willdo,you good.
To those afflicted, who cannot visit me personally, I
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prepare medicine, with full directions for use, &c. State
all particulars. Address as above.
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WS shown by the Records of the Custom nonce to be
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The virus of disease often makes its way to the inter
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Skin Diseases and Glandular Swellings.
Every species of exterior irritation is quickly reduced
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in diseases of the skin, the muscles, joints and the glands.
Ulcers, - SOreS, and Tumors.
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Wounds, Bruises, Burns and Scalds.
Trt cases of-the fracture of the lionea, injuries caused
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The blislical Staff of the French and _English Armies
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by the Surgeons of the Allied Navies. •
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Bunions Burns Chapped Hands
Chilblains Fistulas Gout
Lumbago klceurial hiruir files
Rheumatism 'tions" - Salt Rheum
Skin Diseases- Sore Legs Sore Breasts
Sore Ileada Sore Throats Sores of all kinds
Sprains Scalds Swelled Glands
Stiff Joints Wounds ofall Ulcers
Venereal Sores kinds
Bold at the Establishment of Lrofessur HOLLOWAY, Izo
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all respectable Druggists and Dealers ofrnedicine thro -
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and Boxes, at 26 ets., 62?,5 ets., and $1 OP each. '
VIM. There is a considerable saving by taking the larg
N. B.—Direetions for the guidance of partients in every
difqwiler are affixed to each Lax. .
ABE 1U TO
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Invalids, Fathers, Mothers, Physicians,
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FOR THE CITRE OF
Headache, Sick Ileadache,Foul Stomach.
PIrTSBURG, Pa., May 1, 1555.
Da..T.C. ATER. Sir have been repeatedly cured .of
the worst headache any body cau have by a dose or two
of your Pills. It seems to arise from a foul stomach, which
they cleanse at once. If they will cure others as they de
me, the fact is worth knowing.
Yours with great respect, ED. W..PREELE,
Clerk of Steamer Clarion. -
Wail:rue Disorders and Liver Complaints.
DEP-MTN - ENT OF SHE ISTEXTOI.,
Wssintecreer, D. C., 7 Feb., 1856.
£tm: I have used your Pills in my general and hospital
.mctice ever sinceyou made themomd caunot hesitate to
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Wing action on the Meer is quid: and decided, consequent
ly'they are an admirable remedy for derangements of that
organ. - Indeed, I bare seldom found a case of bilious efts ,
ease so obstinate that it did not readily yield to them.
Fraternally yonns, ALONZO BALL, M. D.,
Physician of the Afarine
Dysentery, Relax, and Worms.
Posr OFFICE, BLAICILAS3), iffr. CO., MICEL, Nov. 16, 1815.
Tot. Arm: Tour Pills are the perfection of medicine.
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She had been sick and pining away for months. Went
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by expelling large quantities of worms (dead) from her
body: ' They: afterwards cured her and our two children
ofhloodYtentery. Ono of our neighbors had it bad,and
my wife/ ed lam with two doses of your Pills, while
others around us paid from five to twenty dollars doctors'
bills, and lost -mnth time, without being cured' entirely
even then. Such a medicine as years, which is actually
good and honest, will he prized here.
• GEO. J. GRIFFIN, Ash:Raster.
Indigestion and Impurity of the Blood.
Bum Rer..7". T. _Mmes., Pastor of Adz-ent Ciurcle., Boston.
Da. Airy.: I harp used your Pills with extraordinary
success in my family and among those I tun called to visit
in distress. To regulate the organs of digestion andnurify
the blood they sin the very beet remedy I have ever
known, and I cad, confidently recommend them to my
Mends. Yours, J. T. DIMES.
. VrAnA, , Wrommu Co„ N. Y., Oct. 23,1555.
DEAR SIR: I anaißsing your Cathartic Pills in my prac
tice, and 'find thennan excellent purgative to cleanse the
system and purify the fountains of the blood.
Erysipelas, S rocud .i ft e 7 ukv
i 0 n ....14 , 1 5 EA E C 5.41 11.4:1 T , M.D.
Tam s, and Salt Rheum.
From a' ronoard: g Merchant of St Louis, FM. 4,1856.
Da. Amt.: You Pills are the paragon of all that is
great in medicine. They have cured my little daughter
of ulcerous sores u tiller hands and that that had proved
incurable for years tier mother has been long grievous
ly afflicted with Michas and pimples on her skin and in
her hair. After on child was mired. she also tried your
Pills, and they hark. cured her. ASA MORGREDGE.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia. and Gout.
From the Bee. Dr.itiitutkes. ql 11. e Jlethoelist ,Epis. Clarreh.
Prismlorss. SAVANNAH. 11A.. Jan. 6,1556.
11Orroszn Sm: I meld 'lw engin teful for the relief your
skill has brought „if I did not report my case to you.
A cold settled in try limbs and brought on excruciating
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Notwithstanding I had the best of physicians, the disease
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lent agent in Baltimore, Dr. Mackenzie, I tried your Pills.
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Rheumatic Gout—,a. painful disease that had afflicted me
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Eck Drops y , } Plethora , or kindred Com- -
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lent remedy. - c.. ' •
For Costiveness or Constipation, and as
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Fits, SuppreSsion, Paralysis, Inflainma=
Lion, and even Deafness, and Partial Blind
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Most of the pills In market contain Mercury, 'which, al
though a valuable remedy in skilful hands, is dangerous
In a public pill, from the dreadful consequences that fre
quently followts incautious use., These contain no met ,
cnry or mineral substance whatever.
AYER' CHERRY PECTORAL
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
COVGIitS,COL S, HOARSE:NES IiII4%ILT.
COXIGH, CROUP, ASTIfiIIIA, IN—
• CIPIEENT CONSUMPTION,
and for the ,trelief of consumptive patients in advanced
stages of the disease.
We need not speak to the public of its virtues;
Throughout every town, and almost every hamlet of the
American States, its:tvonderful mums-of pulmonary corn--
plaints have made tt already - known.' Nay, few are the
families in any civilized country on this continent srithont
some personal experience of its effects; and fewer yet the
communities ally where which have not among them
some living trophy of its victory over the subtle and deu
terons diseases of the throat and lungs. While it is the
most powerful antidote yet knows to man for the fond
dada and dangerous diseases of the pulmonary organs; it
is also tire plensantest and safest remedy that can be em-
Ployed for infanta and young persons. Parents should
have it in store against the insidious, enemy that steals
upon thorn unprepared. We have abundant grounds' to,
believe the Corner PECTORAL same more lives by the con
sumptions it prevents than those it, cures. Keep it by
you, and cure your colds while they are curable, nor neg
lect them until no human skill can mister the inexorable
canker that, fastened on the vitals, eats your life away. -
All know the dreadful fatality of lung disordere and. as
they know too the virtues of this remedy, we need not tic
more than to assure them it is still made the best it out
be. We spare no cost, no care, no toil to produce it the
most perfect possible, and than afford 'those who rely on
it the beet agent which our skill can furnish for their cure.
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1 - b,I4.I..LADra,PItIA MJ DICAL iIvOSE.--Estsl44,
twenty two years agd by Dr. EINEELIN, mts r
of Third and Union streets, Philadelphia, Pa.
Experience has rendered Dr. K. a most
practitioner in the cure of all diseases:Wu prirntc
manhoed's debility. as an Impediment to xuarti,,;
sous and sexual infirmities, diseases of the Ain t;
those arising from abuse of mercury_
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE,
There is an evil habit sometimes indulged in l r 1,., ;
in solitude, often growing up with them to
and which, if not reformed Its due time. not 'mi.; 1,,„ . ;
serious obstacles to matrimonial happiness, Liu
rise to a series of protracted, insidious, and
Few of those who give way to this perniciorwl.l,_l,4,
are aware of the consequences, until they dot
coos system shattered, feel strange and urtar,,,,, tt :
s ensations, and vogue fears in the mind. [Seepap,,,,-.
9. 29, of Dr. L's book on "Self-Preservation." "
The unfortunate thus.affected becomes feeble. b era
ble to labor with accustomed vigor. or to kph.
mind to study; his step is tartly and weak
irresolute, and engages even in his sports with Is. sitr
gy than usual.
If he emancipate himself before the practice Li , + 1, 1,11
its worst, and enter matrimony, his marriage is min:U
tah and his sense tells him that this is caused 1.1.
early follies. These are considerations which Ftretid
awaken the attention of all who are similarly situah.l
Ile who places himself under Dr. KINKELIN'S treat
ment, may religiously confide in his honor as a gentle
man. and rely upon the assurance, that the secrets t-
Dr. 11.'s patients will never be disclosed,
Young man—let no false modesty deter you from ml
ng your case known to one. who. from education set
respectability. eau certainly befriend you.
Oa' Dr. iiiNKELIN'S residence has been for the 124
TIVENTT rents at the N. W. Corner of THIRD IND
UNION streets, Philadelphia. Pa.,
PATIENTS AT 'A
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-fel Horror or Death, mghtsnmt,,, c o ld rat,
Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision Languor, favor
[ sal Lassitude of the Muscular System, often Ettormo
-kola:ale; with Dyspeptic symptoms. Hot Haag,
Finshness of the Body, Dryness of the skin,.
`Pallid Countenatua and Eruptions nn
the Face, Pain in the Back. Hex
-• viness of the Eyelids, Fro-
quent ly Mack spots
with Temporary suffnsion and LOSE of sight t Was:
Attention, Great Mobility, Restlessness, with Ilona
of Society. Nothing is more desirable to such Pa
tients than solitude, and Nothing they morn
Dread for Fear of Themselves no Re
pose of manner, no earnestness, no
Speculation, but a hurried
transition from one
These symptoms if allowed to go on—which this ta
Mint invariably removes—soon follows Loss of Power.
Fatuity, and EPILEPTIC Fl .1 . 5.---in one of which the 1 4
tient may expire_ Who can lay that these excesses an
not frequently followed by those direful diseases--IN
SANITY AND CONSUMPTION ? The records of the la
sane Asylums, and the melancholy deaths by Consum.
tion, bear ample witness to Untruth of these assertion.
In Lunatic Asylums the most melancholy exhibition a,
pears. • The Countenance is actually sodden and gm:
destitute—neither, Mirth or Grief ever visits it; shoal
a sound of the, voice occur, it is rarely articulate.
"With woeful measures wan despair
. Low sullen sounds his grief beguiled!'
DebilitY is most' terrible I and has brought thousands
upon thousand to untimely graves. thusbboting the ma
bition of many noble youths. It can be cured by them
of this IMFALLITILE IlliaMlY!
If you are suffering with ..ny of the above distressing
ailments, the FLUID EXTRACT BICODU will cure you.
Try it and be convinced of its efficacy.
Beware- of Quack Nostrums and Quack Doctors.
who falsely boast of abilities and refetenees. Citizens
know and avoid them, and save long &Series Money,
and Exposure, by sending or calling for a bottle of this
Popular and speciB c Remedy.
It allays all pain- and innanunation, IS perfectly plex--
ant M its taste and odor, but immediate in its action.
lielmboli:'B Extract Buchu
Is prepared diiectly according to the Rules of Pharmacy
and Chemistry, with the greatest accuracy and Chemical
knowledge and care devoted in its combination. See
Professor Dewees' Valuable Works on the practice of
Physic, and most ofrthe late standard works of medicine.
One htur Ct ?dredollarsw iL ill be paid to Physician
can prove that the medicine ever injured a patient; s
the testimony of thousands can be produced to prove
that it does great good. Cases of from one week to thir
teen years standing have been effected. The mass or
'Voluntary Testimony in possemion of the Proprietor.
vouching its virtues, and curative powers, is immens ,
embracing names well known to SCIENCE AND FASII.'
100,000 Bottles Have Been Sold
and not a single instance-of a failure has been reportei:
Personally appeared before ms, an Alderman of tie
City of Philadelphia, It. T. lIELMEOLD, Chemist oh ,
being duly sworn does say, that his preparation coritairl
no Narcotic, Mercury, or injurious Drug, but are purely
Vegetable. 11. T. HE LMBOLD, sole manufacturer.
Sworn and subscribed before me this23d day of Novels
ber, 1854. WM. P. rirRBARD, Alderman.
Price $1 per Bottle, or ,sir far 5, De.
:livered to any Address,
Accompanied by reliable and responsible Certificatu 5 eil
Professors of Steaks! Colleges, Clergymen and others..
Prepared and sold by T. HELMBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist
No. 52 South Tenth St. below Chestnut,
Assembly Buildings Phila.
Va. To be had of Dr. George Ross, D. S. Reber: sear`
au Druggists andtDealors throughout the United State ,
Canadas and 'British Provinces.
BEWARE -OF COUNTERFEITS !
Ask for Helmbold's—take no other.
Cures - Guaranteed.
Nov. 19, 1856.-ly.
A T the Genesee Alin., in the Borough of Lobs
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ptioes yvillibe paid in Cash, by
: January 7, 1857- !ETERS h SIIOIIB-
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