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AN ABOLITIONIST QUIZZED.—Under
this caption, a Holly Springs, Miss.,
correspondent, of the Memphis Eagle
and Enquirer relates the subjoined an
The following amusing scene actual
ly occurred last summer between a citi
zen of our town and a Yankee on board
one of the Northern steamboats, per
haps upon the Hudson.
Our Southern friend discovered-a dis
metal:in in a-very genteel-looking man
on, Board" the boat to open a chat with
Mir, and nothing loth to hear what his
friend bad to say, he indicated by his
manner that be was approachable; where
upon the following dialogue ensued :
Yankee—Well, sir, I wish to ask you
one question : I hope it will be no of
Southerner—Certainly not ; I will
hear you with pleasure.
Yankee—Well, sir, is it true that they
work negroes in the plow at the South?
Southerner—l will answer-you in the
favorite method of your own country
men, by asking you a question or two.
Yankee—l admit the right, sir.
Southerner—How many negro men
tto you suppose it would require to, draw
a good large one horse plow 7
Yankee—Well, I suppose six or sev
Southerner—What are they worth
per bead 7
Yankee—Well, I suppose $BOO.
Southerner—That would be $5,600,
Now, what would one large, strong
Yankee—l guess about $lllO.
Upon this the Southerner looked a
little quizzical at his neighbor, who,
without waiting to hear the conclusion,
started and stammered—
Well 1-1-4 knew it was a lie!
LIFE NOT A SPAN OF HONSES.—Life
is a span—of horses; one is "Age,"
the other "Prime," up and down the
hill our - course is; "Go in," ponies—
"make your time."
Boyhood plies the whip of pleasure ;
youthful folly gives the stroke, manhood
goads them at his leisure, "let 'ern rip,"
"they're tough as oak."
"Hi, ya! there," the stakes we'll pock
et; to the wind let care be sent; time
2,40--" whip in socket, give 'em string
and let 'em went."
On the sunny road to fifty, "Prime"
is drowned in Lethe's stream : "Age" is
left, lame, old, unthrifty; life then proves
"a one horse team."
"Age" jogs on, grows quite unsteady,
reels and slackens in his pace ; "kicks
the bucket" always ready, "give it up"
—Death wine the race. •
A T Private Bale, Two Building Lots, on the
A corner of Chestnut and Elizabeth streets,
East Lebanon. For further particulars, apply to
J. H. KEDI, Daguerrootypist.
Lebanon, June 3,1857.-6 t.
Bonnets and Flats.
ASPLENDID stock of the most fash
ionable Bonnets for ladies and girls,
also Flats, and Hat Trimmings, for chil
dren, just- received and for sale cheap at
May 13. HENRY & STINE'S.
Nore New Books
- T IPPINCOTT'S PRONOUNCING .GAZET
-4.4 TEER OF THE WORLD, and Genet'
Trurrne ET GREAT AUTUORS, received and for
sale at Good's Book Store, Market square.
Lebanon, ,Pa., Juno 10, 1857.-It.
7a7MM11112W . ,
DLy. . 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 solicit a share
of the public patronage.
Lebanon, May 20, 1857.—tf.
Philip F. ilicCattlly ,
Fashionable Boot and Shoe Maker
t iti Cumberland street, One door East of the
V Black Horso Hotel.
The subscriber desires to in
form thepublie that hehas open
ed as above, where be is propar
ed to execute orders for Boots Slim
and Shoes ()tithe 6 hest finish and style, and equal,
if not superior, to any.. heretofore offered to the
Luny 27, 1857.
G. W. Dewees, -
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 band, which I
will sell from 10 to 15 per cent. less than any other
establishment in the city.
ASS,. PAINTINGS AND ENGRAVINGS, Old
work reguilted, &c. A liberal discount- to the
trade. G. W. DEWED&
No. 154 North 2d street, below Race, west side
April 29, 1857.-6 m. Philada., Old No. 102.
,:.Wanted ! Wanted
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, &a., &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,
Southwest corner of Market and Cum
berland streets, Lebanon, Pa.
May 13, 1857.
Hello! 0! what Fun.
TATE will - havo something new for Lebanon.
Vol' A 6.4%1'ex-chase will come (if this week,
and every person in the county is invited to at
tend.% tall men and small, tall women and small,
big boys and little ones, big girls and little ones,
young men and old, young ladies and old ones,
turn about and wheel about and run after this fox
and try to catch him, won't that be fun. But do
not forget to call at
JAMES M. PFLEGER 4.I3'MS.
New Cheap Dry Good:*
in the borough of Lebanon. (Yon will have plen
ty of time, as the Fox chase comes'off in the af
ternoon at 2 o'clock,) therefore you-will have a
good chance of vEsiting and seeing their stocks of
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
which they have received from New York and
Philadelphia, and will sell tremendously
cheap.. There is not the slightest doubt in my
mind, but that their goods will cause as much re
al excitement, (as well as profit,) in the borough
and countrylaround, as this great 'Fox chase.—
Therefore do not forget to visit J. M. Heger &
Bro's store, -and great will be your fun, and very
great your gain. Yours, moat respectfully,
-April 1, 1857.] J. M. P. it Se N. P.
GROCERIES, Fish, Salt-and Queens
ware are' offered :very lovi at Reber -Bros.
Ckune onektOme all, enough for each, enough feral!.
~Co and.buy wherejou can get the cheap.
eat arabect good.. April 22,185 T.
.It the well-known and
Fashionable Clothing Store, of
A - A
B 'll l 7oV , lr'n B
E COTIIIT HOUSE. E
THE Proprioters 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-
MO ever before offered in Lebanon. Their stock
embraces the latest style of garments adapted to
the season, viz:—DRESS COATS; Fine Black Cloth
Frock and Dress Coats. BUSINESS Coexs; Black,
Brown, Green, Gray, Olive and Fancy Cloth Sin
gle-Breast, Frock and Sack Coats. Sust u E a
Coats, of all kinds and prices. PANTAt.OOxs;
fine Black Cloth and Doe Skin, Fancy Cassimere,
Satinet, Jean and Coiduroy Pants. VEsrs; 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 Skirls, Collars, Cravats, Pocket ,Haralker
chiefs, Suspenders, Fancy Stocks, Gloves, Hosie
ry, Coat Links, &c.
Returning thanks for past favors, they respect
fully ask a continuance of public patronage.
Or' The TAILORINU BUSINESS in all its branch
es, is continued as heretofore.
WILLIAM MORRIS ,
d2l NORTH EIGHTH street, (Above Arch,
1.1 West side,) Philadelphia.
An assortment of PLAIN FANCY BLINDS,
always on hand, at the lowest prices. Old blinds
repainted and trimmed equal to new, and JOB
BING promptly attended to.
A handsome assortment of Window Shades, of
the latest and most Fashionable Patterns, and
Reed Blinds constantly on hand, to which wo re
aPectfully call the attention of the public. Also,
Store Shades made and lettered to order.
April Id, 155i.-3 mos.
North Lebeinon Borough
THE subscriber announces to the citizens of
North Lebanon borough, and the public in
general, that ho 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 Bar with the choicest Liquors.—
The Stabling attached to'this Hotel is in excel
lent order, and careful hostlors will always be in
attendance. He hopes to receive a share of the
may 13, 1857.-3 t
O 2 ACRES OF- LAND
THE subscriber, being desirous of selling his
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 ono 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 tbe Union Canal, atJones
town. This mill has boon newly
V 5, remodeled with the best of bevel
gearing, and everything in the best
of order, for either unary, 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 set out in payments to suit the pur
chaser. MARTIN IVENGERT.
Swatara tp., December 31, 1856.—tf.
C L 0 CR 8, CLOCKS,
JIIST • RECEIVED AT
J. W. ACKER' S
From 81,25 to 810, 8 day and 30 hour.
Oct. 22, '56.
D. S. RARER ,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
Corner of Cumberland st., and Doe alley, few doors
west from Greenawalt'e Hardware Store.
D R U G St, PERFUMERY,
MEDICINES, , Jr - PAINTS,' •
CHEMICAL S, if DYE-STUFFS.
TICE undersigned having just received a large
and well-selected stock of unadulterated Eng
lish, French, and American Drugs, Medicines,
Chemicals, Paints, Perfumery, Dye-stuffs, Varnish,
Turpentine, Pine Oil, Burning Fluid, Surgical
Instruments, Glassware, Brushes, Hair Oils, Toi
let Soaps, Segars, Tobacco and a variety of ,Faney
articles too numerous to mention.
Bengal Indigo, .Logwood, Madder, ,Tunieric,
Annato, Ext. Logwood, Cochineal, Copperas, &e.
Sime's genuine Cod-Liver Oil. Ext. of Dande
lion, Medicinal Winos, Brandy, &c. ' sold only for
Medicinal purposes at D. S. Raber's Drug Store,
For Family Use.
Cox's Patent Refined Gelatine, French Gelatine,
Tice Flour, Reeker's Farina Corn Starch, Flavor-
Extracts, Lemon, Vanilla, Rose, Orange,Ban
s. na, Celery, &c., also all kinds of Spices, &0.,
ild cheap at Raher's Drug Store.
Trusses! trusses !
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A largo assortment of the most improved stylot
of American and French Trusses, , varying in
F' ices from 50 cents to $5. Also hood's Abdom
ti al Supporters, Vanborn's Uteri Abdominal Sup
porters, Vanhorn's Shoulder Braces, .tc., sold
cheap at D. S. Raber's Drug Store.
For Horses and Cattle.
Hoot. Plireaner's Yellow- Water powder, Con
dition powder, Heave powder, Heiniteh's German
Vegetable Horse powder, Doet. J. Worley's Horse
tnd Cattle powder, Leader Co.'s Horse and
cattle powder, Merchant's Gargling Oil, Horse
man's Hope, Hembold's Liniment, ace.,
Saponifier, or Concentrated Lye.
Warranted to make Soap without Limo and'
with little or. - sioirouble. One box of Saponifier
costing only ISt cents mako 9 pounds of
l lard Soap, or 15 gallons stf Soft Soap.
Sold at D. S. Raber's Drug Store.
J. Gerhard's Infallible Worm Destroying Syr
up, Fahnestock's, Gallagher's, and Dr. Jayne's
Vermifuge, &0., also Holloway's Vegetable Ver
mifuge Confections, a safe and .effectual remedy
for worms. This is a deligbful preparation of
sugar, that any child will eat with pleasure. Ask
for Holloway's—as none other are genuine.
Sold at D. S. Raher's Drug Store.
All the popular Patent medicines, sold at
D. S. RABER'S
Cheap Drag Store, Cumberland et., 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 larges,,,cheapest and best assortment of
VENETIAN BLINDS and WINDOW SHADES
of any establishment.in the United StateS.
a .`First preminm awarded by the Franklin
Institute, in 1852 and 1856, over all competition.
may 13, 1857.-34 i.. -
CALF. and see the stook of Atkin; A McAdam.
[April 1, 1857.
RARER & BROS
LUMBER AND COAL
ever offered heretofore to the public,
AT THE OLD YARD IN
Worth Lebanon, Borough,
(FORMERLY OCCUPIED RY MARK REINOEHL.)
Situated on East it. West side of Mar
ket street, at Union Canal.
IMHE undersigned 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 thereto. Their as
sortment consists in part of
White and Yellow PINE and HEMLOCK
1. 1, inch and 2 inch PANNEL and COMMON
White PINE and HEMLOCK SCANTLING and JOISTS.
1 inch and inch CHERRY BOARDS,
PLANKS and TABLE LEGS.
Also, 1 inch and inch POPLAR BOARDS,
PLANKS and SCANTLING.
Such 'as ASH and WHITE OAK BOARDS,
PLANKS and SCANTING.
SHINGLES, SHINGLES, SHINGLES !
A great assortment of good Pram and .TIEMLOCK
SHINGLES. Also, ROOFING and PLASTERING
LATHS. Also, RAILS, POSTS, and ready topped
Flooring Boards, Doors and Window Sash.
Of which they- positively have 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 Limeburners' COAL. Also
the best quality of Hollidaysburg&With Coal:
which are sold at reduced prices.
t4i.. Having now on hand much the largest
and completcst assortment of Lumber ever offered
to the public in Lebanon, they fool confident of
being able satisfactorily to accommodate all pur
chasers, and would, therefore, invite an examina
tion of their stock before purchasing elsewhere.
RELMEHLS' s MEILY.
North Lebanon Borough, Sept. 17, 13.56.
To No. 4, Eagle Buildings.
Fashionable Hat and Cap Store,
Market square, Lebanon, Pa.
9 1 HE undersigned hereby informs his friends
.1 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
ver, Nutria, Russia, Cassimere,Moleskin, Silk,
Soft. Hate, Se., which he will ispose of at the
lowest prices. All his Hats are manufactured un
der his own immediate superintendence and he
feels warranted in saying, that for durability and
finish they cannot be surpassed. Country mer
chants, visiting Lebanon, dealing in hats and
caps, can be supplied at wholesale prices, from
one to a dozen, such sizes as they may want.
"t"st„ IT. B.—Fox, Mink, Muskrat, and Rabbit,
Skins wanted, for which, the highest, market
prices will be paid. [Leb., Feb. 6, ism
; 4 : - t Thirty Day,
64 1 - ',.
fi t '''. n Eight Day,
.. 4 ;
7' - ,' E '• ' Thirty flour,
.!--:• 1 CLOCKS
r . t
,-,="FT-ri; r; Just Received at
J. J. BLAIR'S Jewelry Store,
HOVER'S LIQIUM 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.
"Being well acquainted with the substances
composing Hane'e Liquid Hair Dye, I tun satis
fied that by following the simple direetions given
for its use, it will not injure the Heir or. Skin hnt
will give a natural and. durable color to the
JAMES C. .13,00T1.1, Analytio Chemist."
ROVER'S WRITING INKS, including Hover's
and Howe." hulelible lak4, are too well
known and introduced - to' require any additional
testimony of their character. The sales have
been increasing since their firstintroduction, giv
ing evidence that the articles truly possess that
intrinsic merit 'claimed at first for them by the
Orders, addreeecAto the Mariefactory, No. 416
RACE stroot above FOERTR, (old No. 144,)
Philadelphia, will receive prompt attention by
JOSEPII E. ROVER,
April 15;1857.4y:1 Manufacturer.
miss C. WO:ELSDORP, opposite Dr. C. D.
111- Gloninger, begs loave 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, Ens,dish and
American Straws,lnfant Caps,Miss
es Bonnets, French Flowers; Rib
boni and Laces.
Also, Trimming, Bleaching, and Press
ing done at the shortest notice.
April 1,1857.-2 m.
Leather, Leather, Leather!
HENRY W. OVERMAN, Lnportor of French
Calf Skins, and general Loather Dealer, No.
6, South 3clkstreet, Philadelphia.
A general assortment of all kinds of Leather,
Moroceos, .te. Red Oak Sole Leather.
Feb. 25, 1857.-ly.
NEW FURNITURE STORE!
HAVE. just opened the finest, largest and
cheapest assortment of Furniture ever offer
ed in Lebanon. Their store is in Cumberland
street, between Market and Plank-road.
Their stock consists of all kinds of Parlor and
Common Furniture, which they will sell lower
than can be bought in Lebanon. All they ask is
of persons in want of Furniture to give them a
call before purchasing.
,have on hand a large assortment of Sofas,
Tete-a-tetes, Lounges, Centre, Pier, Card and
other Tables, What Nots '
Hat Racks, S.c. Also ,
A large and cheap stock of Stuffed, Cane-seat,
and common Chairs, -Settees, Bedsteads,
lot of Cheap Mattresses. Also, Looking Glasses,
—Gilt; Rosewood and Mahogany—very cheap.
Venetian Blinds ; • Carriages, Gigs and Hobby
horses, for children ; and a largo stock, too nu
merous to mention. Particular attention paid to
UNDERTAKING. We have provided ourselves
with the FINEST HEARSE IN LEBANON,
and will manufacture Coffins and attend Funerals,
at the shortest notice and most reasonable terms.
April 29, 1857. DUNDORE do OYES.
Of J. M. Good's Rook Store.
THE undersigned, having removed his New and
Cheap Book Store, to Market square, 2 doors
north of Dr. GUILFORD'S New Building, Market
st., where he will be pleased to see all of his old
friends, and those desirious of having articles in
his line. With a determination of selling cheap
er than male-purchased elsewhere, he would re
spectfully call the atention..of the publieto"liis
Bibles, HY mn and Prayer Nooks,
eellaneous, Blank and School Books,
Wall and Window Paper,
Stationery, andevory artielein his line of busi
ness. Also, Pocket Diaries and. Almanacs for
1857. All the Magazines and Newspapers, both
daily and weekly, to be bad at Publisher's rates.
All orders for articles in his line carefully and
promptly attended to, by the undeisigned..
"Lebanon, Jan. 14, 1857. ,
THINS , & 'IdeADAM have a splendid assort.'
gig* ment of Boots, Shoes, Trunks an Travel
A HOME FOR ALL
The Largest, Best and Cheapest
"Laboratory for Practical Chemistry,
ST. STEPBEN'S PLACE,
Philadelphia, February 17th, 1857.
Cr ) . JOHN S. DYE IS THE AUTHOR,
t Who has bad 10 years' experiencens a Bank
er and Publisher, and Author of
C) A series of Lectures at the Broad
when; fur 10 successive nights, over
50,000 People ..ZA
Greeted him with rounds of Applause, while
p he 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
p that,hels the greatest judge of pa
in per money living.
• GREATESTDISCOVERY OF
the Present Century for
'obi Detecting Counterfeit Bank Notes.
- 6 Describing every Genuine 13111 In exhannee,
and exhibiting at a glance every Coun
terfeit In Clieulellonl!
2 Arranged so admirably, that
0- 1 Reference is Easy and
P. 7 Detection Instantaneous.
e q. No index to examine !.
• No pages to hunt up!
0 But so shnplilled and arranged, that the
Merchant, Banker and Business man can
See all at a Glance.
English, French and German.
cp Thus each may read the same in his
own Native Tongue.
11Most Perfect Bank Note List
Also a list of
...Mr All the Private Bankers in America.
(:=A Complete summary of the Finance of En
' Grope and Ameriea will be published in each
.aedition, together with all the important'
News of the Day.
A Series of Tales,
0 From an old manuscript found in the East.
It furnishes the most complete History of
ow • Oriental -life
2 Describing the most perplexing positions
in which the ladies and gentlemen of that
country have been so often found. Those
stories will continuo throughout the whole
year, and will prove the most entertaining
('p ever offered" to: the public.
cp 't.,sk.Furnislied Weekly to subscribers on
amily, at $1 a year. All letters must be ad
t"." JOWL S. DYE, Broker.
- Publisher and Proprietor, 70 Wall street,
April 22, 1857. Now York.
Dr. Ross' Drug Store
Opposite the Court House, Lebanon, Pa.
D. ROSS offers to buyers the best bargains in
drugs; in Lebanon; a long and varied expe
rience, of over twenty years, in the drug and
medical science, enables him to do hp things in
the first style. Purchasers will please make a
note of these facts.
ADA . 3I RISE
Professor Wood's Hair Restorative,
For promoting the growth of hair, always to be
'bad at the principal drug depot of Dr. Ross.
Henry's Invigorating .Cordial,
The best tonic in use for strengthening the hu
man system, sold only by Dr. Ross.
Dr. Hasting's Syrup of Naphtha,
Is fast superseding all other medicines for the
cure of Consumption andikonchitis. Dr. Ross,
Allen's Razor Powder,
For Razor. Straps.
Pure Ohio Catawba Brandy-;-a pure and safe
article for medical use, to be had at Dr. Ross'.
Allen's Linithent, for Rheumatism..
Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorative
• an unfailing restorer of the Hair,
is' taking the lead of all ether
;medics for the hair. No toilet is
whet without mrs. hair
istorative. ! t iCall at . Dr. Ross'
rug Store for Mrs. Allen's Hair
.estorative. See adv. in another col.
Dr. Ross' Worm Lozenges
as sweet as sugar and a certain
ire for Worms.
Dr. Ross' Infant Drops,
For the relief of restlessness, colic pains, .he., of
children. 'Sold only at Dr. Ross' Drug Store.
Cough 'Cured for Twenty-five Cents.
Dr. Physiek's Cough Syrup is the cheapest and
best remedy for Cough s, Coldsolm. Call utDr.Ross'.
Dr. Ross' Horse
use. Is the best Horse. Powder in uSe.
Dr. Ross' Cattle Powder
Is fast taking the place of all other Cattle Powders.
Dr. Ross' Horse Liniment,
For the cure of Old Strains, SWellings, Bruises,
do. Sold only by Dr. Ross.
Dr. Ross' Eye Salve,
For the mire of sore, weak or inflamed eyes. In
dividuals who have been afflicted with diseases of
the eyes, for months and years, havebeeu entire
ly cured by the use of Dr. RoSs' Eye Salve.
'Fresh Garden Seeds
In great variety at Dr. Ross' Drug Store.
Dr. Ross! Tester Ointment.
Persons afflicted with totter,•rinr , worin and rm.
rious other skin diseases, will find various efficient
medicines for their cure at Dr. Rose Drug Store:
Dr. Ross' footh Wash
Is a very superior preparation for the Teeth and
Gums. It whitens, cleans and preserve the teeth,
and hardens the gums. It prevents and cures
Scurvy. .:Try it, by all means, if you value a
sweet breath and white teeth. Ask for Dr. Ross'
Heyl's Embrocation for Horses
Has no superior for the cure of swellings, bruises,
galls produced by the collar or saddle, scratches,
old or fresh wounds. Ask for Heyl'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 Cents.
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
Sold at Dr. Ross' Drug Store. [April 8, 1857.
BOOT '& .SHCE STORE.
RESPECTFULLY informs the public that he
still continues his extensive establishment in
his new building, in Cumberland street, where he
hopes to render the same satisfaction as hereto
fore to all who may favor him with their custom.
He invites Merchants and dealers in
Bbots 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 clue
care is takon 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. B.—He returns his sincere thanks to his
friends for the very liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed on him. He hopes by strict attention
to business and endeavoring to please his custo
mers, to merit a share of public patronage.
Lebanon, Oct. 17, 1856.
Preserve your Teeth.
aUTLFORD LEMBERGER prepare an arti-
UF ole, Pearl Den trifice, the finest Tooth powder,
that can be used, having a most delightful odor
and pleasant taste, polishes and preserves the
teeth, to which it gives a pearl-like whiteness,
imparting a most delightful fragrance to the
breath, restores the gums and preserves them in
full health Mid Prepared and sold only, at
GUILFORD &. LE.MBERGER'S
New, Drug Store, Market et.
January I, 851: .•
SUPPERERS.vrithidisessee o'fi,he Bladder, Kid
neys, .Oravel, .Dropsy,. Weakness, , &a., read
the advertisement, in another °Oaten, headed
alleknbold's Genuine Preparation."
r the Permanent Cure of Neu
igia, St. Vitus' Dance, and all
'ter Nervous diseases, sold by
certain cure for the Piles.
al., For the cure of all fem. dis.
H. H. Higbee's Remedy,
the cure of Coughs, Colds
The Greatcst Discovery ever Made.
Grey Nlii ReStored to its
limner Color without
EROME'S HAIR COLOR li ESTOR ER Is neknowledg
q,#) ed to. be, and is, the most EFFECTUAL article for
Itestoring GREY 11Allt to its former COLOR and
BEAUTY, and musing It to grow when it less fallen off
and become thin.
ifirr• By the use of ONLY ONE BOTTLE—and in from
ten to twelve days—thel3reytust Hair will assume Its orig
(nal, life-111cesolor and the harshest hair will look soft,
smooth and glossy:'
Xrir This valuable preparation is only (,I) cents a bot
tle. Prepared by I'. 11. JEROME, 175 Fulton street,
Brooklyn, General Agent. Sold also by D. B. ll,tarst, at
bis cheap Drug and Medicinal store, Lebanon, Pa..
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WM. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WM. YOUN4.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WE. YOUNG:
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WE. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WE. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WM. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WM. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WE. YOUNG:
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WM. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. MIL YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WM. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WE. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WE. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WM. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WE. YOUNG.
61ARRIAGE GUIDE.—YOUNG'S GREAT ,PHYSIO
LOGICAL WORK, The Pocket Emulapius. or Every One
Ills Own Doctor, by Wet. Younn; M. D.. itis written in
plain language for the general reader, and is illustrated
with upwards of One Hundred Engravings. All young
married people, or those contemplating marriage, and
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
locked up, nnd not lie about the house. be sent
to any one on the receipt of twenty five cents. ,lildres
Dr. WM. YOUNG, 162 SPRUCE street, above Fourth,
Philadelphia. ' [January 7,1857.—1 y.
rrifIANKFUL for past favors, the undersigned
respectfullyinforms the public, that he con
tinues his manufactory in East Hanover, Lebanon
county, on as extensive a scale as ever. Itis un
necessary for him to say'More than that the work
will be done in the mune excellent style which has
made his work and name so well known to the
surrounding country. He promises to do the
work in the shortest possible time. The Manu
factory is in complete order, and he flatters him
self to be able to render the same satisfaction as
heretofore. lie manufactures
Broad and Narrow Cloths, Cassinets, Blankets,
White and other Flannels,
All finished in the test manner, and at reason
able prices. He also cards Wool and makes Rolls.
For the convenience of his customers, wool and
cloth will be taken in at the following places
At the stores of George & Shellenberger, Looser
Brothers, Shirk Jr, Tice, and George Reiucchl,
and at Guilford d Bomberger's New Drug store,
in Lebanon ; at the stores of Shirk k Miller, and
Samuel U. Shirk, An North Lebanon borough ;
Samuel Goshert, Bethel tp.; the public house of
Wm. Earnat, Fredericksburg; Samuel E. Bickel's
store, Jonestown ; George Weidmau's store, Bell
view ; Melchior Reichert, 2 miles from Palmyra;
Martin Early's store, Palmyra ; Gabriel Wolfers
berger's store, Palmyra landing; Miehiel Shirk,
East Hanover, Dauphin county ; at the stores of
Mr. Eby, and David M. Runk, East Hanover,
All materials will be taken away. from the a
bove places, finished without delay, and returned
Those of his customers who wish to have Stock
ing Wool carded, dyed and mixed, can leave their
Wool (white,) at the obove mentioned places,
with directions how they wish it prepared. Or
his customers can order the-stocking-wool to be
made from the undersigned's wool, which will be
done, and left at the desired place.
N. is desired that those having wool
carded, will pay the cash therefor, at the above
named places. LYON LEMBERGER.
East Rollover tp. April 6, 1857.
XE W° I'IdRD
F. -7 : .71
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p CA C
1.4 .4 g
The public are invited to can at his
NEW STAND IN MARKET ST.,
one square north of Union Hall, Lebanon, Pa.,
where ho will attend personally to all who will
favor him with their Patronage.
He would also return his sincere thanks for the
liberal patronage afforded him since opening in
business, and feeling the more encouraged by the
interest manifested in his behalf by the public, he
enters upon a new season with renewed energy,
despatebing business with apromptnessbccoming
OD honest mechanic.
03" Terms Reasonable. Call and Examine.
J. E. DAUGHERTY.
Lebanon, April 3, 1357. -
P. S.—Also, a number of geleet Lioreelonc Door
fur tint accommodation of building men and
contractors, who would do well to call and exam
ine. J. E. D.
W°lt the treatment of Cancers, Touters, 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-dye rents for advice. All
letters must have a postage stamp enclosed to pre-pay
answer. Medicine can be Bent any distance. Address
C. L. KELLING, M. D.,
Mechanicsburg, Cumberland Co.,
Aar- Mechanicsburg is 8 miles from liarrishutx, on
the C. T. it. and aceessiblefrom all parts of the Union.
Old and you ug.poorand rich,rotne all--we will do you good.
To those afflicted, who cannot visit me perspnally,
will send, per mail, on receipt of 85.00 only. a Recipe to
prepare medicine, with full directions for use, &c. State
all particulars. Address as above.
BuT your Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Spices,
Combs and Brushes, Spices, Dye Stuffs, Var
nishes, genuine Cigars, Pure Southern Tobacco,
Pine Oil, Burning Fluid, Sperm Candles, &e., &0.,
at GUILFORD & LEMBERGER'S
New Drug Store, opposite the Market House.
January 7, 1507.
CA RPENTERS WANTED.
GOOD JOURNEYMAN CARPENTERS
wanted immediately at the Steam Planing
Mills of the undersigned, in this borough. None
but the best of hands required, to whom libdtal
wages will be given. Apply to
BOAS, GASSER, A GETTLE.
QTELLA and a large variety of other
10 SPRING SHAWLS, all prices and
Bbadlcs. Also a splendid lot of new style 3IANTIL
LA'S, very cheap. To see them call at
TKINS d MCADAM have just received a
rim mew stock of Boots, Shoes, Trunks and.
TONDORE k OVES are seHing the cheapest
„1,1 Stuffed, Cane Seat and Common Chairs.
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS
CHARLES' LONISOIV . CORDIAL
!VS shown by the Records of the Custom Mouse to be
the only Loudon Cordial Gin IMPORTED and ; sold
in lbottles, all others are noxious mixtures made here in
It is a. delicious tonic beverage, and by, its peculiar
gavel. (se: different fromether gins) is universally esteem
ed by all who use it. It is adopted with great success in
eases of vm. Dyspepsia, Gout; Rheumatism,, Dropsy,
Gravel, Colic, Cholera, Fever and Ague, Stricture, Dis.
eases of the Urinary Organs; Epilepsy, &e.
Dr. VALENTINE MOTT of New York, in a letter to
the proprietor says :
Oharlee' London aorilial Gin is the purest, best,
and most reliable Extract of J./mier I have.seen.
OffARIES' LONDON CORDIAL G I N, is sold, by all
Druggists and Grocers in the United States, and so 'also
are numerous poisons CALVED "Loudon Cordial Gin"—to
avoid them buy only "CILARLES'. Reject any other.
offeredto you as you value your health.. Price one dol
lar for"quarts, fifty ecistafor pints.
, ranursp 0. (NIARLES,
Solo Importer, 40 Broadway. N. Y.
13, 1857,2 m. k 2 seta.
A MEDICAL REVOLUTION
The World Unatiiiiioni:
The Gi.eat'Counter . ' ! !
The virus of disease often makes its way to the inter
nal Organs through the pores of the'skirt. This pane.
trating Ointment, melting under the hand, as it is rub•
bed in, is absorbed through the same. channels, and, reaching the seat of inthinimittiom-prointitly -and inva
riably Subdues it, whether located. in the .kidneys, the
liver, the lungs, or any other importlint organ. Rim.
etrates the surface to the interior, through the count
less tubea that communicate with the skin as summer
min passes into the feveredearth, diffusing its cold and
regenerating influence. .
Skin Diseases and Glandular_ Swellings
Every species of exterior irritation is quickly seduced
by the inti.inflaramatory action of this Ointment. An
gry ERUPTIONS, Such as SALT Burma, Trrran, Rixowonsr,
SCALD READ, NETTLE EASB, SCABIES. (Or ITCH) &c., die out,
to return no more, under its application. Hospital ex
perience in all parts of the world, proves its infallibility
in diseases of theskin, the muselesjointsand the glands.
Ulcers, So and Tumors.
The effect of this rin sled-external "remedy upon
Scrofula, and other virulent ulcers and sores, is almost
miraculous. It first discharges the poison whieb pro.
duces suppuration and proud flesh, and thus the cures
which its healing propesties afterward 'complete are
ea* as well as permanent.
Wounds, Bruises, Burns and Scalds.
In cases of the fracture of the bones, injuries caused
by steam explosions, BRUISES, BURNS, SOALOS, RHEUMA
TISM STIFFNESS OF TOE JOINTS and contraction of the
sinews, it is employed and warmly recommended by the
faculty- This marvelous. remedy hat.; Lem Introduced
by its inventor in person Into all the leading Hospitals
of Europe, and no prirate household ahould be with
The Medical Staff of the French and English Armies
in the Crimea hare officially signed their approval of
Holloway's Ointment, as the most reliable dressing for
sabre cuts, stabs, and gun-shot wounds. It is also used
by the Surgeons of the Allied Navies.
Both the Ointment and the Pills should
be used in the following cases:
Bunions Burns Chapped hands
Chilblains Fistulas Gout
humbug° Bleturial Erup- Piles
Rheumatism Guns Salt Rheum
Skin Diseases Sore Legs Sore Breasts
Sore Heads Sore Throats Earn.. of all kinds
Sprains Scalds Swelled Glands
StilTdoints Wounds °fall Ulcers
Venereal Sores kinds
Sold at the Eatabliabinent of Lrofessor Iletrovrav, SO
Maiden Lane, Now York, and 244 Strand, London and 1.3
all respectable prugghtts and Dealers of medicine thro'-
out the United States, and the civilized world, in Pots
and Boxes, at 25 etc., 62 eta., and $1 00,each.
le,..There is a considerable saving by taking the larg
N. D.—Directions for the guidance of partienta in every
disorder are affixed to each box.
Boots Shoes Bat* Gail' s ,
7 5 7
Trunki, 4 c., 4-c. .
THE subscribers respectfully invite the attention
of the citizens of Lebanon and vicinity-.te an
examination of their new stock of goods just re
ceived from Philadelphia: They have a general
assortment of the latest styles of all kinds of
Rome-Made and City 11'nrk, ,
and also make to order, at short notice, any ar
ticle in their line that may be wanted.
Asa- Don't forget that the store has been re-
Moved from the old location, to "Phreaner';; Did
Building," next door to the Washington Mouse,
Cumberland street, south side.
They tender their thanks to their old 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 beat in selling cheap articles in their line.
Lab., apr. 22, 1857.] S. S G. GASSER.
FIRE, FIRE, FIRE !
44 , -„TAKE NOTIC E
ITRUAT the Locomotive will soon par through
Lebanon, and as urns and Houses will be in
danger from Fire thereof,
'cal .- e l f l e o a i l u i for . l S N.
n nbabitarits of Lebanon
and vletn% e i
-,that he will
Cover Barns and Houses with Tin,
at the :. , ,liortest notice
Also, thankful for the patronage he has receiv
ed, be embraces this opportunity or inrvrtni•ig. the
public generally, that he has on hand,
from a tea spoon to a boiler of spy Arc; all kinds o
of the most improved patterns. :03 -- Also. JOB
BING, SPOUTING, &a., done at the shorCostno
tiee and on reasonable terms. Ms place of busi
ness is in Market street, two doors south of the
`Lebanon Bank. JAMES N. ROGERS.
N. B.—The bigbest market privet; paid for
OLD COPPER, LDAD and PEWTED or taken in ex
amigo for Cork` or Scam. pol;., may 13.'57.
THE North Lebanon Mill has been remodeled,
and is now completed and iu . operation, and
prepared to furnish' customers regularly with a
very superior article of FLOUR, as cheap as it
can be obtained from any other source.
They also keep constantly on hand and fors:Mc,
They are also prepared to do all kinds of cus
tomers work, and respectfully Mite all the for
mer customers of the will, as Well as new ones, to
give them a call.
They will pay the regular market prices for
all.kiuds of Grain, mzeta as
Wheat, Corn,, Rye, Oats,
and afford all &CILIUM; and accommodations to
those who have to sell
CONRAD 11. BORGNER, President.
North Lebanon Borough, may 13.-3 in.
WIIO takee tb e best LIKENESSES in Lebanon?
YY Why J. if. REIM, in the
EAGLE BUILDINGS. -
He has the best room, best light, best fixtures,
and has made it his entire business for the. last
five years. • Ile alWays gets the latest improve
ments; he has always the latest style of cases 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 bins a call and
you will not regret it. Ills terms are very mod
Ills rooms are open every day (except
Sunday,) from S o'clock. A. M., till 6 P. M.
Lebanon, June 3, 1387.
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a. .12 g.,4 4 , g -
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Summer'Hats for Men and Boys.
A LL kinds of Summer. Hats for. Men
Al and Boys just received and for sale
very cheap at HENRY 4r.
Dr: Dow at his Drug More: oPposite . the Court-house
,also by John . Capp, .lonestown; Darly
Co., Palmyra; J. Shertzer, almrille; end by denten; in
Don7t forget - to_ Call at
/A\ TRIM & McADAWS; Anil examine their
f‘A stock of Bciots, 'Bhoeci, Tranki, Tiaraling
C 4" ond examine the new 'stock Of Atkins ,Sc
McAdam. Come' soon fland = purchase your
Loots, Shoe..&=.o4.4.AtlrMs 4E...McAdam's.
IMAM THE •'ADVikIiTIS'EMENT iri 'an . ..other
column,' headed "HelmbeldisiGetn2ine Preimrtc
tion." It intereets the majority.
ll' A It .1E !
indemnity Against Loss by rite
Franklin Fire Insurance co,
OFFICE 163 k CHEETRILIT STREET, NEAR STO
STATEMENT OF ASSETS, $ 1 fiSsl7llll36e.
. JANUARY Isr, 1857..
bliwhed-Aureeakty an Aes?f Aaremay,
BEI \ Gt
First :Rostrum.. amply secured, . , , $1.,510,982
Real ]:state (present value, $109,000) con, 82,* 3ff;
Temporary Loans, on ansple - Collateinl seen-
lu $83,881 12, coat, - 1
stllSly“Present TA ea 7 AM 31:
Cash, ac., , • 61,121 36-
• t 1.821,186
PERPETUAL 914LEITTEFORSURANCES made On:.
erery description irf Vioperty,
TOWN . AND , COUNTRY,
Racal's LOW as too croodident frith security.
Since their incorporation; 'period 'of twenty-eight:
yearn, they hare paid over THREE MILLION DOLLAR&
LOSSES BY FIRE, thereby iffording evidence of the rid ,
vantages o fi n p fu n i pm, as well vs the ability and Mete--
anion to meet, with promphaere, all liabilities.
LOSSES BY FIRE.
Leases paid during the year 1856,
CHAS. N. 13.44scarn,
Dionnzerai D. Lama,
Teems Waarra, Dana 8. Dams,.
SAMUEL GRANT, Isaac Lai,
JACOB R. SNUB., f EDir.lBl) C. G/Lt r
GEO. IV. Itieninna, Gamic Pau.%
CILIUM N. BANCEI34 President,
GILMILIS G..B.creana, Secretary.
Feb: 25: 1y
Hyltitbold's Genuine Preparation
Highly Concentrated Compound Fluid
ror diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dram,
Weaknesses, Obstructions, Secret diseases, I.
mste Coinplaints; and all diseases of
the Sexual Organs, •
Arising from Excwses and Imprudeneies in file, and re
moving all improper Discharges from the Bladder, Kid
neys, or Sexual Organs, whether existing in
Male or Female,
From whatever CIVLFC they may bare originated,
And. no Natter of How Long Standing,
Giving health and Vigor to the Frame, and
Bloom, to the Pallid CLeek...
joy to tise Afflicted »1!
It mires :Nervous and Debilitated Sufferers, and removes
all the symptoms, among which will be found
— to Exertion. Logs of
Power, Loss of Memory,
Diffieulty of Breathing, Gen
eral Weekum,v, horror of Dix
case. Weak Nerves, Truntbling, Dared
rut Ltrorrorof Doath, NightSwests, Cold Feet,
Wakefulness, Dimness of Vudun, Languor, Unfree.
ml Lassitude of the Muscular System. often Enormous
Appetite, with Dyspeptic symptoms, lint Banda,
Flushness of the Body, Dryness of the akin,
Pallid Countenance and Eruptions an
the Fare, Pain in the Bark. Hea
viness of the Eyelids. Ere
quently Black apota
with Temporary suffusion and toes of tight: twat of
Attention, Great Mobility, Restlessness, with Morrer
of Soriety. Nothing is more desirable to such Na
Gents then solitude, and Nothing they more
Dread for .lear.of Themselves Ile.
lore of manner, no earnestness, no
tiimeolation, but a hurried
These symptoms if allowed to go on—which this mon
Hue invariably mtneVes—smon folidwo LOPII of Power,
Fatuity, and EPILEPTIC FITS—In one of which the pa
tient may expire. Who can say that these excedm are
not frequently -
followed by those direful diseases—lN
tiA XIT AND CUM.:UM PTION I Thy rererds of the 1
sane Asylums, and the melancholy deaths by Consump
tion, bear ample witilests to the truth of these assertions.
In Lunatic Asylums the most melancholy exhibition:lr
pears; The Countenance is actually madden mai quits
destititte- 7 neither Mirth or Grief ever visits it; should
a sounder the voice occur, it is rarely articulate.
—With woeful fiumiures wan despair
Lou sullen sounds his grief beguiled."
Debility is most terrible / and has hnmght thousands
upon thousand to untimely graves. thitsidosting theam
bition of many noble - youths.. It can be cured by the use
of this INFALLIBLE REMEDY !
if you are suffering with , ny - of the :snore distresslnc
ailments. the FLUID EXTRACT REVUE will cure sou.
Try it 41131/ he couvinced of Rai Allen -y.
Beware of synnek Nostrums...and Quark Darters,
who - falsely boast of abilities and relines:ices. (Timm
'know and avoid them. and save Lane suffering. 3mey,
met Exposure, by sooting or calling fur a bottle at this
Popular and specific Remedy.
It allays all pain and inflammation, is perfectly pleas
ant in its taste and odor, but immediate in its action.
Helmbold's Extract Burka
Ts prepared directly according tO the hale, of Norm:ter
and Cht•mistry. with the greatest neentney and chemical
knowledge and care devoted in its combination. l'«e
Prolet,tor Deweerf Valuable Works On the practise sf
l'hysie t and most of the late standard Worksof
One hundred dollars will be pohttonny l'hystrian who
ern prose Chet the medicine ever iujuml a patient: sad
the testhuouy of thousands edit be !endured to pro
that it does - great a:tibd. Oases of from one week to thEr
teen years standing have been eireetelt. The mass of
Voluntary TftitineMy in pascwsicsi of the Proprietor.
vouching, its virtues and curative powers, is bon-tee,
embracing names well known to tiIetENCE AND FAME-
100,000 Bottles Have Been Sold
and not a single instance of a failure Im been repotted!
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of the
City of Philadelphia, H. T. lIELAIDOLD. Chemist. who
being duly sworn does Pay. that his preparation contains
no :".areotic, Mercury, or injutiona Drug, but are purely
Vegetable. 11. T. I I ELM BOLD. Isle man unart urer.
buo.n and subs-41aq before ine itl462W day of Icanem
her, 1554. WM. P. 11174111 ED, alderman.
Price , perßottle, or six for $5, De
livered to any Address, .
Aerempanfed by reliable and rwponsible Certfseaterl OM
rorepson. of 3baliral Collegea s Clergymen and other:.
Prepared and eold by IL T. ItliLM
Practical and Annljtienl Chentl4.
Aro. 52 South Tenth St. below Chestnut,
Assembly Buildings, Phila.
$R To be had or Dr. tirOrge Ross, D. S. Faber. and or
all Druggists and DenierA throughout the United States,
Calvados and liritish . Provinces.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
Ask for Ilelmbold's—take -i4o other.
Nay. 19. 1846.-Iy.
A T the Genesee Mills, in Coe Borough of Leba
In any quantity, for which the highest Market
prices will he pnid . in Cash, by
January 7, 1557: MYERS &
Arpring :and Surnmcr•
L 0. .T . 14
Enlargement of the Well-knoum Cheap
Stand 'Oppositet the Court-House.
Reizenstein i f Brother,
.'N approaching the public, who have berets
fore so generously encouraged the "cheapest
clothing store," take pleasure in informing theta
that they, on account of their increase of Busi
ness, bare enlarged their store to its former size.
After an experience of many years the public,
by general consent have decided the above to be
The Head Quarters for Good Clothing
' - and Great Bargains,
And their patronage has-consequently been such
as to justify the, proprietors in an attempt to ex
ceed even themselves, in providing for their cus
tomers a stock of Spring and Summer Clothing
such as has never, before been offered in this s•I
any other neighboring town. By an enormoutr
outlay they are prepared to exhibit an assortment
which for quality, variety. eseellenee of material ,
durability of workmanship, CA:NICOT, be :excelled .
anywhere. Among others their stock comprises
Pine black cloth dress and froek Ctiata; carritnere, •
cashmarett, satinett, twit business, and sack
Coats; alpacca, Italian cloth, linen and
- -ham Coats; Kentucky Jetitt, Ogishnet and
;.tsack andfrock Coats, as well as Pants; Vests, •
- Bats and 'Caps for Boys of different sizes and
qualities.'The' latest styles in plain and fanc y
casshner, hlackeloth and doeskin, black and fan
eaSsinett, corduroy and tweed, linen and cot
ten Pants. Silk, satin ' cloth, velvet, 'caSsimere,.
marseille, grenadine and Valencia Vests.
Fine 'white . shirts with linen bosomt; shirt
,made; calico, check, and different
ether faiiey Shirts; suspenders, gloves, collars,
seelm, - stereks, neck and pocket kerchiefs, under
shirts and drawers, umbrellas, trunk's, valises,
carpet bags; cloth, navy and glazed - Caps, straw
'Panama, wool and fur Rats.
Ateizenstein a Bro. - take thivoplioitenity to re
,turn their thanks for favors heretofore extended,
and hereby re=assure the public in 'general, that
the confidence with which they have been favored
they will etrive`to merit ie the future.
Nearly opposite the Court-house. Call there and
you,reay rely upon it that every, article you pur
chase will prove to be precisely what it is 'kern
sentied to bb; and you will save a liaidsbnie per
centage on your purchase inopey,--4or in, giving
largaini REIZENSTNIN 13e.0 ' l otalui 4 triat . beat.
.:Lebanon; tidy 11,.1857,
The. Cheapest Sea s • v.:,
Are sold by D_UNDORE & 0