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my letter to the Committee, as also
their reply, by which you will perceive
that your suggestion does not meet their
approval, and that, for reasons stated at
length, I ought not to accede to your
proposition. It is therefore respectful
I am, yours, truly,
WM. F. PACKER
(g than Pailatisrr.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, isn
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
IFTElLrefflairi F. IMICIZER )
Of Lycoming County.
FOR CANAL. C9MMISSICINER
Of Chester County
FOR SUFRESIE JUDGES.
Of Berks County..
Of Erie County
JAMES C. Dosung, Secretary of the
Navy under President Pierce, died at
Fayetteville, North Carolina, on Tuesday
of last week.
A NATIVE VOLCANO.—In the Broad
Mountain of the Schuylkill coal region,
a subterraneous vein of Coal has been
burning for twenty years.
Or The Rolling Mill of the Cam.
bria Iron Company was entirely destroy
ed bffire, on the Ist inst. The loss is
about $60,000. It will be immediately
0-7' It is reported that Thomas J.
Rusk, U. S. Senator from Texas, com
mitted Suicide by shooting himself in
the head, at his home in Texas, on the
29th ult. No cause is given for the act.
Louis RITTER, Esq., has withdrawn
from the Reading Adler Printing Estab
lishment, and die whole concern is now
under the sole proprietorship and man -
agement of Col. Charles Kessler.
Kr - Hon. Robert C. Winthrop, Ex-
Speaker of the U. S. House of Repre
sentatives, and one of the noblest old
line Whigs in all Massachusetts, is to
be the. Democratic candidate for Geyer
nor of that State this fall.
AN EDUCATIONAL "HARVEST HOUR"
is to be celebrated of Millersville, Lan
caster county, on Saturday, the 22d inst.
Gov. Pollock, other notables„ and the
friends of education in general will be
present. The Normal School subject
will be discussed and explained.
THE AUGUST ELECTIONS.- A few
words will suffice for the elections held
this month. It is the old story—demo
Kentucky gives about 10,000 Demo.
cratic majority !
Alabama—no opposition--all the vote
Missouri.—Democratic Division. In
North Caro /inc.—The Democrats
have carried the State by a large ma-
Texas'.—The Democratic candidate
for Governor, D. F. Rennels, is elected
Governor over Sam. Houston, by about
Kr We publish on the Ist page, the
correspondence, in relation to stumping
the State. Since Wilmot is so very anx•
ions to stump the State in company with
an adversary we would suggest the pro.
priety of him challenging Mr. liazle
burst, who has already announced his
intentions on that point. The public
would derive much information and
amusement from the contest. Mr. Ha
zlehurst is to be in Lebanon on the 19th
inst. We hope Mr. Wilmot will also
And it convenient to be here. The peo
ple might then learn how hopeless the
chances of either are for ever being Gov
ernor of Pennsylvania.
Vr'A New „Kink in the Pig's Tail!
—Our Republican opponents have of
late talked and printed considerable a
bout "fusion between Americans and
Locofocos," dm. The "A.mericans," as
they pretend, in their estimation, are
only a "miserable portion of semiloco
foco side-door arrangementists" and at
best not of much account. Thus their
professions. Now for the reality. We
find there are some Black Republicans
so much afraid of the "Americans,"
that they are courting, and holding out
inducements for a union of themselves
withille Democratic party against these
same "Americans !" As an earnest of
sincerity on the part of the B. R's, a
faction of their forces last week held a
meeting in Philadelphia, and struck
from their ticket the name of William
Millward, their candidate for Canal
Commissioner,-:and.-inserted the name
of. Nimrod Strickland, the Democratic
candidate,ov , Of course the Democrats
will look upon all nopositions of alli
ance with contempt, but the offer for
fusion by the Black Republicans is pal
pable. - We presume they expected the
Democrats to follow suit and striknone
of their candidates then the B. R's
'would strike another of tlaeir's until a
complete fusion ticket was formed !
Oh, no ; the Democrats will have every
tub stand upon its own bottom.
33anks and Banking in retina
It ought never to be forgotten by any
Democrat, that the policy of his party,
is against all class legislation, the re
sults of which is to make the rich, rich
er, and the poor, poorer. Our party has
been engaged in .a struggle against all
forms of it ever since it originated, and
this constitutes the true distinction be.
tween it, and every other party, what
ever name the other may assume.
That form of class legislation which
has resulted in the establishment of
Banks, has always been denounced by
it, and no Man has ever received its
confidence, known to be in favor of
them. It cannot be denied, that nom
inal democrats, have very much aided
in making them, what they now are, a
constitutional sore in the body politic,
which must be tenderly handled. A
rude effort to destroy them at once,
would probably prostrate the patient, at
least, for a time, yet so great are' the
evils of the system, that it is our firm
opinion, that if every bank in the coun
try were to be swallowed up by an earth
quake, with every dollar of specie in
their' vaults, twenty years hence the
country would be better off, provided
no new ones were chartered, with the
power of issuing bank-notes, or of 'dis
counting. Their only legitimate pur
pose is that which occasioned their
original establishment, viz : exchange.
Able and bad men have since found
them so useful an instrument for ex
tracting money from the labor of the
community, without contributing their
fair share of the sweat of the brow de
nounced as a curse on all men, that they
are I othe to give iheni up. Hence it is,
tbtt by bribery and corruption of all
sorts, bark-charters are forced through
the Legislature, and when a weak man
fills the Gubernatorial chair, receive his
The consequence is, that in every
community, some men are growing rich,
and others poor, without most people
being able to tell where their money
comes from. This, they may be assured
of, that however it may be obtained ,by
such men, it springs from the labor-of
the masses, It is they who really pay
the enormous rates of interest, which
the banks are entitled to take by law,
and the still more cruel usury which our
abominable .system of credits, forces
men of business to pay, to meet their
engagements, when through accident or
otherwise, they ar.i, what is technically
termed, "short" or in other words put
of money, and .have to pay their notes
or fail. How all. this has .been brought
about, and how it is done we have not
room this week to explain, but shall
fully detail in our next and succeeding
JAMES 13. CLAY, son of Henry Clay,
the Democratic candidate for Congress
in the Ashland District, Kentucky, is
elected by about 100 majority. This re
suit will excite the rejoicing of every
Democrat in the land, when it is remem
bered that this district at the last Con
gressional election gave about 1600
majority for the opposition.
Or A brutal prize fight came off in
Canada, on the. Ist inst,, between Dom
inick Bradley and S. S. Rankin, two
Philadelphia Bruisers. The fight was
for $l,OOO a side, and occupied two
hours and fifty-seven seconds, resulting
in Bradley obtaining the victory, 157 ,
rounds were fought, and about 4000
spectators were present.
From the N. F. Times, Aug. 5
Mrs. Cunningham re-arrested—A Fictitious Child
Birth—Mrs. Cunningham surprised with a
Marked Child from the Hospital—Astounding
Disclosures—Dr. Catlin, a Nurse, and others
arrested with "Mrs. C.
Public excitement about the great
Burdell mystery—almost dead .through
lapse of time and lack of interest—
was revived yeiterday with tenfold vig
or. Mrs. Cunningham re-arrested ?
Why ? When ? How ? Has there—
been another murder, or has the veil
beerrlifted at last from that unparallel
ed tragedy for . which Emma Augusta
Cunningham was tried and acquitted?
• How is it that she was again arrested?
It will he remembered, that shortly
after the.conclusion of the trial of Mrs.
Cunningham for murder, a - rumor pre•
vaited that she was with child by Dr.
Burdell, and that in due time a living
pledge of the union would be produce".
Dr. Uhl was sent for by Mrs. Cunning.
ham to wait upon her. Dr. Uhl had
been her medical adviser previous to
the date of the murder, had attended
her during the inquest, and was a prom
inent witness in the investigations
which grew out of the murder and the
claim for the property. Dr. Uhl accord
ingly went to see her, and was by her in
formed that she was enciente by Dr. Bur
den and expected to be confined about
the middle of August. She asked hi m
to bepome one of her medical attendants
upon.ilip.accouchement, and Dr. Uhl con
sented. In a few days he called again,
and advised with her about her condition.
Upon pressing some certain medical in•
quiries, his suspicions became aroused.
Up to this time. Dr. Uhl had rather fa
vored the idea that Mrs. Cunningham
was entirely innocent of the charge of
murder. He visited her again, and his
doubts about her "interesting situation"
became _almost certainties. 4,1 e imme
diately laid the matter before David E.
Wheeler, Esq., his counsel, who direct
ly told him it was his duty to go to Dis•
trict-Attorney Hall, and make a neces
sary affidavit. Dr. - Uhl then called on
Mr. Hall—this was about the date of
July 10—and stated the facts, asserting,
however, that he would not make an af
fidavit, as he did not wish hie profession.
al delicacy or confidence to he at issue.
Mr. Hall told him that if such a thing
was contemplated by Mrs. Cunningham,
it was a very serious felony, and pun.
ishable by imprisonment in a state pris
on not exceeding ten years.
Dr. Uhl said he would reflect upon
the matter. He did so, and on the fol
lowing day told Mr. Hail that be would
place himself entirely at his diSposal
and at the disposal of the authorities,
and engage in any plan which Mr, Hall
might project. The advice of the Dis
trict-Attorney was that he should go, and
concealing his doubts end suspicions,
learn from Mrs. Cunningham her full
views and arrangements.'
Upon another - interview Mrs. 'Cun
ningham admitted to Dr. Uhl that the
approaching, confinement was a hutnbug,
and "the unborn child" a myth, and of
fered him $l,OOO if he would undertake
the job of providing a child and assist
ing at. the "accouchanept." Whereup•
on Dr. Uhl apparently assented, arid re
tnrning to the District-Attorney report.
ed. The lattdtfunetionary said he had
a great many things on his hands—that
these'things worried*him more or less,
and that therefore the sooner the crisis
was reached the better. He then laid
down this plan : That Dr. Uhl should
invent the' fable of a California widow,
whose husband being away, was indis
creet and was ready to present her lord
with a "responsibility" forrwhich in law
he was not responsible; that being sent
for to go to California, she was anxious
to bestow it upon any one. This mys
tical matter was to be located near by in
Elm-street; that on any convenient day
a child should be "borrowed" for a few
hours from Bellevue Hospital and sent
for to the Elm-street place of refuge of
the distressed -California widow by Mrs.
Cunningham ; that the latter should be
in travail for a few hours,and then while
in possesion of the "little stranger" sud
denly be restored to a delighted conva
lescense with a variety minor dramatic
The plan was given to Mrs. Cunning
ham, who was highly pleased with it and
became impatient for the denouement.
Dr. Uhl asked her when .it would be
most convenient for her to become a
mother. July 28th was the shortest
time for the "ordinary gestation,'? (as
spoken of by Judge Dean,) under the
theory of the marriage before the Surro
gate, and so the first week in August be
came the settled upon time.
On the Ist day of August, Mr. Hall
found it necessary to find another pity
cician who should take charge of the
child and care for its health, whilst it
was in a state of lokn, and also to ob
tain the infant. . He sent for Dr. De la-
Montagnie and to him confided his plans.
The Doctor promised to lend his aid and
came down to New-York for that pur
pose. District Attorney Hall had an
interview with Mr. Warden Daly, of the
Bellevue Hospital, on Monday last, and
examined into the state of the "lying in"
Ward. It was found favorable. The
child would be forthcoming. •
Dr. Uhl and Dr. De la Montagnie
were then brought together by Mr. Hall
at his office and after a consultation they
started out to find fitting apartments
whereto might come the messenger of
Mrs. Cunningham with a basket and
wherein (in the apartments and not the
basket)the mythical widow of California
has to reside. Elm-street was found to
be particularly full of "apartments," but
there were none private enough except
some in the house of Mr. —, a lager
bier gentleman of No. 190 Elm-street.
A card with the name upon it was
given to the worthy host of 190 Elm
street—rooms .were selected—and by
12 o'clock, noon, of Monday Aug. 3 the
first act of the drama of "My Little A
dopted" was over.
The denouement of this strange story
now rapidly approaches.
It was necessary to furnish The room
in Elm•street, for it was probable that
a messenger from Mrs. Cunningham
might come to sec it. Accordingly the
District-Attorney sent from his residence
a cart•load of furniture. It arrived and
was sent to the room a few minutes be
fore. Mrs. Cunningham in person walk
ed past to take a survey I. She found it
all satisfactory. Pending the dispatch of
the furniture, Dr. De la Mon tagnie pro•
ceeded to Bellevue in a coach—removed
the child in its Hospital clothes, and a
nurse named Mary Regan for the occa
sion. The child—a female one—is the
daughter of a poor woman in the hospi
tal, named Mrs. Elizabeth Ann A nder
son,and was horn about 10 or 11 o'clock,
last Saturday morning. DT. de la Mon
tagnie arrived at the house No. 190 Elm•
street about 8 o'clock on Monday. In
the meantime the furniture had been put
in place, and a gentleman in the vicini
ty went to bed as . the afflicted widow in
case Mrs. C.'s messenger insisted upon
seeing the bona fide lady. Thus, all was
arranged, including a basket belonging
to Mr. Wall, with a neat pillow in it
ready for conveyance of the petite enfant.
About 9 o'clock InSpector - Speight
saw a female come 'otit of houSe No 31
Bond•street dressed in darkish clothes
and a hood. She proceeded to the Bow
ery and got into a doWn going car. In
spector Speight also got in. Whilst
there a friend came to him and • said
"there is Mrs. Cunningham," pointing to
the lady who had emerged from No 31
Bond-street.- The Inspector turned it
off and no more was said. At the cor
ner of Broome and Maribn-streets she
got out. Mr. Speight tarried on the
car half a block and then doubled and
succeeded in seeing her enter No. 190
She soon came up stairs and present
ed herself at the - door. She contented
herself with looking into the room merg
iy. There were terrine moanings heard
from the inside room, caused by, the
pains of the afflicted "paternal" mother,
and the basket was delivered and taken
out. So quick were her motions that
Officer Walsh in the obscurity just miss
ed her, but followed into the Bowery
with Dr. Montagnie. The Doctor came
close to her, but could not see her face.
He however distinctly recognized the
basket as one brought from Mr. Hall's
house, and the one last seen-in N 0.190
Elm-street. She turned...into Bond
street, seen by both Dr. Montagnie and
Inspector Speight,'and Patrolman Walsh
carrying the basket.
A messenger was observed to go to
Dr. Uhl's house from No. 31 Bond-street
about half-past nine o'clock on Monday
evening, in a great hurry. Patrolman
Matthews, of the Twenty-first, had been
sent to Brooklin to watch Dr. Catlin,
(the physician, it will he remembered,
who swore on the trial to Mrs. Cunning
ham's rheumatism.) About half past
ten o'clock both physicians entered, and
in - due form Mrs. Cunningham was
"brought to bed." A fictitious after
birth had been prepared, and a large
pailful of lamb's blood. The bloody
sheets of Mrs. Cunningham's' bed and
placenta, stowed away in a cupboard,
completed this mock confinement,which
had also been systematically accompa
nied with imaginary pains of labor.
Mrs. Cunningham, however, despite
'her illness, arose froM her bed to par
take of a delicate lunch and then went
back again. Dr. Uhl left first, and re
joining the Police, informed them how
the land laid. Soon after. D. Catlin
left, and was arrested by Patrolman
Wilson, as he was turning the corner of
Bowery, and taken to the station-house
Inspector Dilks, accompanied by Dr.
Montagnie, as a
. physician, then went
to No. 31, under and by virtue of that
section of the Metropolitan Police Act,
which authorites Inspectors' at all hours
of the day and night to enter. Any house
wherein they have reason to believe a
felony is being committed. They rang
at the door, and were admitted. Objec
tion being made to their going up, In
spector.Dilks courteously said he had
been informed by a physician that there
had been a birth of a child under curi
ous circumstances, and it was his duty
to inquire. They advanced up-stairs,
preceded by two "ladies"—one being
an aunt of Mrs. Cunningham, and
the other a nurse. The room in which
Mrs. Cunningham was "confined" was
the second story front room ; the same
in which Dr. Burdett was laid out for
his funeral,. and which he occupied as a
bed-room in his lifetime. The back—
room where the murder was committed
—had been newly papered and painted,
and was set out for a lunch.
As Dr. Montaguie and Inspector
Dilke tvere,entering, one of the nurses
said, "Here are some gentlemen who
wish to come in." Instantly her voice
was heard saying quickly, "Shut, the
door, don't. let Ahem come in here."
But Dr. Montagnie made known their
business. The child was found ly
ing Lvery sweetly asleep by her side,
and was unmistakably the child taken
from Bellevue and delivered to Mrs.
Cunningham in Blm•street. It may be
here stated that the child was marked
with lunar caustic in the arm-pits, on
each ear, and anew string, capable of
being identified, tied about the navel.
On being examined, the string was also
found, but, of course, the lunar caustic
marks will not be found visible for a
day or two.
The officers with District Attorney now
came up. Mr. Hall was appreherrsive
that, when diicavered, Mrs. Cunning.
ham might attiAmpt to kill the child, and
Inspector Dilks therefore immediately
proceeded to take it away from . her.
She resisted, Speaking of it as "her dear
baby," "Don't touch my baby," and ad.
dressing Dr. Montagnie and others, said
distinctly : " This is the child of Harvey
Dr. Montagni'e and Mr. Hall now leave
No. 31 Bond street, and taking the child
with them, return it to its 'mother, Mrs.
Elizabeth Ann Anderson, in Bellevue
Hospital. The Hospital clothes, which
were found in Mrs. Cunningham's house,
and which the child wore when removed
from Elm-street, having been changed
by Mrs. Cunningham for new and cost
ly garments, its mother returns thanks
for the new exchange.
Yesterday Mrs. Cunningham, Dr. Cat
lin, "Accoucheur," and the midwife
were arrested for the felony, under the
Statute, of falsely pretending that Mrs.
C. had given birth to a child who would
be entitled to inherit the property of the
late Harvey Burdell.
And thus this strange eventful histo
ry closes for the present. It is proper
to add that Mrs. Cunningham persisted
yesterday in declaring that the child
was her own.
3 t ,--- g, This is to certify that I have made but
one application of the MAGIC OIL on my fingers,
which have been drawn from contraction of the
cords, brought on by rheumatism. It was of sev
enteen months standing, and I am now entirely
cured. I cheerfully recommend it to all afflicted
likewise. J. M. FINEROCK,
lEarrisburg, 72 Locust street
White Teeth, Perfumed Breath and 'Beautiful
o...usinstox—can be acquired by using the "BALM or A
THOUSAND FLOWERS." What lady or gentleman would re
main under the curse of a disagreeable breath, when by
using the "Balm of a Thousand Flowers," as a dentifrice,
would not Only render it sweet, but leave the teeth white
as alabaster ? Many persons do not know their breath
is bad, and the'subject is so delicate, their friends will
never mention it. Beware of counterfeits. Bo sure each
bottle is signed FETRIDGE 00., N. Y.
For sale by Guilford & Lemberger and all Druggists.
Feb. 15, 1856.-Cm.
,ctit I YE BALD IfEADEn.—We invite the atten
tiOn of those who are bald headed, and those who
are afraid of becoming so, to the advertisement of
Prof. Wood's Nair Restorative in to-days paper.
We, are not in the habit of puffing every quack
nostrum that is advertised In our paper, but; we
feel it our duty, when we come across an article
that is good, to let the people knoW it. We have
no fears of having soon to 'send under bare poles,'
and therefore have not used the Restorative, but
think, if the certificates of honest men can be re
liedupou, that it Must be a first rate article. Try
it, ye whose natural wigs need rejuvenation.—
Rockville Republican. , [aug. 5-2 t.
HOLLIIIVA.T'S PILLS AND OINTMENT.-MOTtiliCa
don may always be prevented, by the timely use
of Holloway's Ointment, and lockjaw has never
been known to supervene in any case of external
injury where it was used as a dressing. Its heal
ing properties are proverbial in all Tarts of the
world, and it is used in all the great surgical in
stitutions of Continental Europe, as the only rell
able and unfailing specific for wounds, ulcers,
dropsicid swellings, cancer, tumors, and eruptive
maladies. The pills are prescribed by eminent
medical practitioners as'the most efficacious rem
edy for indigestion, liver complaint and disorders
of the bowels.
IfosrurrEn.—The surprising effects of Ilostet
ter's Vegetable Stomach Bitters in removing bile,
forcing an appetite, imparting health and tone to
the system, and dissipating dyspeptic symptoms,
is truly wonderful. Every nervous, debilitated,
weak and amaciatedpers on, male or femald,should
try it at once. Ono wine-glassful taken three
times each day, before meals, or if the patient
should be a lady or child in a debilitated. condi
tion, half the quantity will do until sufficient
strength is restored, which will be realized in a
very short time, and convince the patient of the
truth of the above-named happy results, which
have gained for these Bitters such an enviable
reputation everywhere, For sale by druggists
and dealers generally..
BAIANUELREinanr, agent, North West corner
of Market and Water streets, Lebanon, Pa.
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• GUILFORD ,t; LEMDERGER'S DRUG STORE
is opposite the Market House, - SEF.
July 29, 1557. Lebanon, Pa.
FOR R Ery •
A STORE ROOM AND CELLAR, in the new
11 brisk building hi Market street., north of Wa
ter, adjoining Jacob Weidle's property, in the bor
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JOHN 11. SNAVELY.
Lebanon, Aug. 5. '57--tf.
9 Teachers Wanted.
1 1 1 iv I), NTI E r C D T in O t r ri . c7t, o A f vil t i b u c ice N t ° 2 l tV.
11. Borgnor's llotel,in the Borough of N. Lebanon,
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1857,
at 1 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of appointing
9 Male Teachers, for the Schools of said district;
for the ensuing term of six months. The County
Superintendent trill be in attendance fur the pur
pose of examining applicants.
DAVID L. LIGHT, Pres't.
JosErn Moron, Sect'y. [Aug. 5, 's7—td.
S Teachers Wanted.
IHE SCHOOL DIRECTORS of CORNWALL
TowNsittp, will meet in No. 7 School House,
Chimmernmn'o,) on SATURDAY, Snerumniut 5,
1857, at fl o'clock, a. n,., for the purpose of ap
pointing S Male Teachers for the schools of said
district for the ensuing term. The County Su
perintendent will be in attendnnee to examine ap
plicants. HENRY A. SNAVELY, Presq.
Jacon Wrrmun, Jr., Sect'y. [Aug. s,'ss—td.
S Teachers Wanted.
ImHE SCHOOL DIRECTORS of SOUTII
TILLY; Township will meet in No. 1 School
house, in Annviile, on MONDAY, AUGUST 31,
1857, at 9 o'clock, a. in., fur the purpose of ap
pointing 8 Male Teachers for the Schools of said
district for the ensuing term of six months. Sal
ary $25 per month. The County Superintendent,
Mr. Kix(rE, will he in attendance to examine ap
plicants. Schools to open about the Middle of
September. DANIEL SEABOLD, Pres't.
DANIEL STISE, Sect'y. [Aug. 5, 's7—td.
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the official drawn numbers are published in the
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more prizes, than any other office in the State of
PATAPSCO INSTITUTE LOTTERY
This favorite Lottery is drawn daily. The Cap
ital Prizes are SS.OOO, $7.000, MOH, $5.500, ac.
Single Tickets., One Dollar.
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES.
26 Whole Tickets, $l6 00 26 Half Tickets, $8 00
26 Quarter Tickets, $4- 00.
louring Venture. Nothing Gained.
Tickets bought by the Package are always the
most profitable to the purchasers.
For sn' we send package Wholes, Halves S; Quarters.
For $lO we send package Mitres and 2 Whole tickets.
For 55 we send packages Quarters and one Whole ticket.
Look at the following SPLENDID SCHEMES
one of which are drawn at 12 o'clock each day
of the week !
CLASS 49.—SCI1E STE.
1 Prize of $7.000 is "$7.000 207 Prizes of 020 are $1.140
1 prize of 1.341 is 1.341 132 prizes of 10 are 1.320
3 prizes of 1.000 are 3.000 132 prices of 4 are 628
4 prizes of 400 are 1.000 1 4.092 prizes of 2 are 8.184
4 prices of 100 are 400 1 20.740 prizes of I are 28.740
30.316 prizes, amounting to $53.253
CAPITAL PRIZ P,, $21.000!
CLA.ss Fivr.—CERTIFICATE OP PACKAGES.
26 Wholes, 580 00 1 26 'Halves, s4o 00
26 Quarters, 20 00 I 2,G_Eighths, 10 00
1 Prize of $24.000 is
6 prizes of 2.000
6 prizes of 3.000
20 prizes of 669
20 prizes of 400
20 prizes of 300
20 prizes-of 200
127 prizes of 100
63 prizes of 50
63 prizes of 40
63 prizes of 30
63 prizes of 20
3.906 prizes of 10 are
23.436 prizes of -
27.511 Prizes making 5263.317
Tickets ss—Shares ili Proportion.
LOOK, TKIS IS - 41 - 011.Tri A TRIAL.
MARYLAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY!
fur the benefit of the SUSQUELTANNA CANAL.
I Prize of $30.000 is $30.000
1 prize of 10.000 is 10.000
1 prize of 5.000 is 5.000
1 prize of 3.907 is 3.907
.oZ°*loo prizes of 1.000 aro . 100.000
20 prizes of 500 are 12.500
25 prizes of 300 are 7.500
66 prizes-of 200 are 13.200
66 prizes of 100 are 6.600
132 prizes of SO are 10.560
132 prizes of 60 aro 7.920
132 prizes of 40 are - 5.280
3.694 prizes of 20 are 72.860
25.740 prizes of 10 are 257.400
30.316 Priles amounting to . . .
CERT.IFICATES OF PACKAGES.
2G Whole tickets, $l3l SO 1.26 Half tickets . , $O6 00
26 Quarter " 33 00 126 Eighths " 13 00
Tickets slo—Shares in Proportion.
We invariably answer letters by return mail en
closing the tickets in a good safe envelope, and al
ways observe the strictest confidence. After the
drawing is over, we send the official drawing, with
a written explanation of the result of the venture.
All prizes bought at this office are - phyable immedi
ately after the drawing in Current Money, and we
take-Bank Notes of any State, or Bank Drafts in
payment for Tickets at par. For odd amounts in
making changfi-wo receive postage Stamps, they
being more convenient than silver. Correspond
ents may place the utmost confidence in the regu
larity and safety of the mails, es very few or no
miscarriages of money happen when properly di
rected to us. Be careful that you mention your
Post Office, County anti - -State. Give us at least
one single trial, you cannot lose much, if not gain.
One single trial may make you independent for
'life. <Tnr us. There should be no such word as
fail. Address CORBIN d; CO.,
Box 190 Post - Office, Baltimore, Md.
_„&eir• Orders-for tickets in any of the Maryland
Lotteries promptly attended to. Circulars con
taining a list of all the Lotteries for the month,
forwarded on application. [July 3,
Earl - tiers , & Itieclianics l
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP
WIIE undersigned Would respectfully invite the
attention of their friends and the public in
general, to the fact that They :ire prepared, the
coming season, to manufacture and have on hand
the largest and best assortment of . .
ever offered to the Farmers of this county, suck as
Wheeler's Improved Railway Horse-Powers and
Threshers; Manny' s combined Reaper and
Mower, with Wood's latest improvements ;
Coleman's Farm Mill; Grain , Drills and •
Fans; Gouriers Patent Harrow and
Clod Cutter; Corn Ploughs and - Planters;
Portable Cider Mills, Clover-Hullers, Corn
Shollers, Fodder :Straw and Hay Carters,. 47. c.
All of the above Machines are of thelatest
and best improvements, and are all warranted to
give satisfaction, Also,
Castings of all kinds made to. Order,
and at short notice. Particular attention paid to
REPAIRING, and charges reasonable.
FARMERS will do well to call and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere, as they will
find it to their advantage to, purchase Machines
manufactured in: their own county.
All orders or communications by mail will
be promptly attended to.
A. MAJQR BROTHER.
July 1, 1557. Lebanim,.Zebanon Co., Pa.
JEREMIAH" BOAS GEO- CASSkIIt TOSTAR GETTLE.
STEAM PLANING MILL.
BOAS, GASSER 4E, - GETTLE
. wish to inform the citizens of Leh
non County and neighboring coun
,4 11 . '-"Patties, that they are now in full oper;
ation, and are prepared to do all kinds of
Flooring Boards, Weather Boarding,
Sash,Doors,Window 4- Door Frames,
Shutters, Blinds, Planing- Scrolls,
SAWING, and any other kind of Sawing which
may be wanted to suit builders. The subscribers
leave to inform the public that they have the
latest and best improved machinery in the coun
ty, such as Woodworth's Planer, An., and that
they are able to produce as good work as the coun
ty can produce.
None but the best and well-seasoned LUMBER
will be used. Carpenters and Builders are invi
ted to call and examine their ready,made stock,
which they will always keep on hand, and judge
Their Shop is on Finegrove Road, near
Fhreaner's Old Foundry.
Lebanon, June 17,'37.
Door and Sash Manufactory
Located on the Steamllo UM 'Road, near Cumberland
Street, East Lebanon
trm7,-----v, THE undersigned respectfully in
form the public in general, that they
- have added largely to their former
'!' ) .2,7; ''!!' establishment,. and 'also hays all
kinds of the latest and best improved -MACHIN
ERY in the State in full operation, such as
TVOODWORTITS FLOORING, 4c.,
for conducting the general business for
Planing, Scrolls, Sawing.; 4.c.,
and the experience acquired by Longaker and
J. G.(3 abel,during their connection with.the Door,
Sash aud Lumper Trade, for a number of years
past, affords full assurance of their ability, in con
nection with J. Gabel,to select stock suitable to the
wants of the Door and Sash business in this State.
tzl.They now offer to .Mechanics and Farmers
generally, upon favorable terms, a judiciously as
sorted stock of D 0011 S, SASH, dm., from the best
Limber manufactories in the State, feeling confi
dent that their assortment is not to be excelled by
any other establishment in the State in regard to
exactness in size, quality of finish, and is calculat
ed to afford thorough satisfaction to all those who
may favor the undersigned with their custom.
The following list comprises the leading arti
cles of stook cn
Doors, of all sizes; Sash, of all sizes;
Door Frames, for brick and frame houses;
Window Frames, for brick and frame houses;
Shutters, of all sizes; Architraves;
Blinds, of all sizes; Casings, from 3 to G in.;
All kinds Mouldings; Surhase ;
0. G. Spring Moulding, of all sizes; Wash :loan's.
LONGACRE, GABEL 4; , BROTHER.
Lebanon, July 15; 1857.
P. S.—Plun f I, &e., promptly done
for those furnishing the Lumber.
Ma CHIME WORKS,
Opposite the Lebanon Valley It. R. Depot, Leb
anon; Lebanon county, Pa.
(r - r-c r WM. P. L. WEIMER, Propri
• 'clitsif Mt .. eters, manufacture Steam Engines
^.; from 1 to 300 horse power, of the
V.latest styles and patterns, with all
the modern improvements.' Also, superior Port
able Engines (with Link Motion Valve Gear,)
mounted on wheels, for Saw Mils ' Wood sawing
and Hoisting purposes. Particular attention is
called to our small Upright Engines for Printers,
Druggists and persons wanting a small amount of
Power. They take up w very small space, and
can be put up in.a room as a household fixture.
Also, Blowing Engines and Machinery for An
thracite and other Blast Furnaces, of improved
construction. Forge Hammers, of P. L. Weimer's
Patents; Rolling Mill, Sawing, Planing and
Flouring Mill Fixtures; Mining Pumps ; Hoist
ing 'Machinery for Mines and Steno Quarries
Railroad Cars, Iron Bridges, Shafting, Hangers,
Pulleys, Turning Lathes, Drill Presses, Planing
Machines, Brass Stop Cocks, Valves and Brass
Fixtures, Steam Valves, "of all sizes,. and
Machinery and Castings of every description.
Also, Boilers of any size, form and weight,
made f the best material, by well-known and ex
perienced workmen; Smoke Stacks, Water Tanks,
Gas flues, Heaters, and sheet iron work of every
description. [Our Boiler sheets are all tested by
dividing them into squares of 2 inches, and'ham
mering each square ; any imperfection is thus de
tected, and the faulty sheet rejected; this isprac
tised in very few shops in this country.]
Also, a stock of Wrought Iron Pipe, for steam,
gas and water, With all the necessary fixtures, con
stantly on hand; and put up at the shortest no
tice and on most reasonable terms. Iron, Brass,
and Composition metal Castings, mada to order,
at the Shortest notice.
~t4"' Repairing attended to with promptness
and despatch. A gang of Boiler makers always
ready for Boiler repairs.
Blacksmith irk made to order.
jal - Ordersr eetfully solicited. All commu
nications, by mall or otherwise, attended to with
despatch, and work delivered to railroad, or ea,
nal, free of charge.
WM. WEIMER, P: L. WEIMER.
Lebanon, February 4, 1857.
MILLING COMPANY' .
L .-- ---- THE NORTH. LEBANON MILL
has been remodeled, is now Com
pleted and in operation, and prepar
nVAl4l.Red 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 for sale,
Chop, Bran, Shorts, 4-c., 4-c.
They also prepared to do 1 kinds of eus
tomer's work, and respectfully invite all the for
mer customers of the mill, as well as new ones, to
give them a call.
They will pay the regular market prices for
all kinds of Grain, such as
Wheat, Corn, -Rye, Oats, 4--e
and afford all facilities and accommOdations to
those who have to sell
CONRAD IL DORGNER, President
North Lebanon Borough, may
WHO takes the best LIKENESSES in Lebanon?
Why J. IL KEIM, in the
He has the best room, best light, best fixtures,
and has made it his entire business for the last
fire years. He always gets the latest improve
ments; he has always the latest style of eases 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
Isis rooms are open every clay (except
Sunday,) from S o'clock, A. M., till 6 P. M.
Lebanon, June 3, 1357.
AS the time is drawing near when the trip N o?
take place, on the Railroad, to that Wotoler,,
Wonders, THE NIAGARA FALLS,
we would remind-the citizens of Lebanon m ilt ,.
before this trip takes place, that it will he n „ c . ;
sary to,supply themselves with all kinds
ionable Dry Goods, so as to appear in suit deira
ble for the occasion, and therefore would aci,„
all such as wish to rig themselves off and app,,,
as Young America, to call at the wonderful
Now is the'ane for every person to call and
amine that , wonderful Bee hive, under the IlLtr,
. . .
The peculiar construction and the enone w
stock of Honey *ill *be to every person's: inter o ;
TIONEY is universally admitted to be an-e ce „_
ble to the taste of every person, and the propo
place to get it is known to be the bee hive ; e" l ,_
sequently every person desiring their taste suited,
need but reurember t!at the Dec five is the piaVt;"
The superiority of this Great lice, aside frork
the enormous stock constantly in Store, is also ev
ident from the fact that those Bees assume quite
a different disposition, with regrard to their gath
erings, to what other Bees do : instead of drivin , ,i,
visitors away by flying at them in a haughty
manner, and humming some unintelligible -lan
guage in their ears, and send them away lamen t ,
ing and crying with disappointment and pain, fi,r
having to leave without getting a bit. of gar,'
Honey, and being badly stung in the . bargain,—
they are kindly disposed to solicit the friendship.
and cherish the visits, of neighborsandstranger,
and endeavor, in every way, to tibia/ll:teat with
inducements that will make them call soon again.
They cheerfully dispose of any quantity of their
sweet stock, at trifling prices, and never fail in
sending away customers laughing and rejoician
with the Great Bargains, and frequently exclaim
ing, with ovcrwhehning joy, "Behold this is the
place for honey !"
It will also be found that the bees of this great
Hive have not been lying idle during the winter,
and particularly since the first appearance of
Summer, when a portion of them immediatclv
flew off to the flowery Bast, where their gathe•r
ings never failed to be the most choice of the ecne
on. Having just returned from their third tour
this Spring, from the city, they are prepared tq
show their numerous friends the handsomest ee
lections ever brought to this Borough, embracing
in variety a collection of every article in their lino
that necessity; fancy and fashion can conceive.—
In.short, their store is complete, and an invita
tion is extended to all who believe in the truth
honey being sweet, or value the satisfaction
having their taste suited. Step into the It e , !
Hive Store. The large.swarms that are continu
ally moving to and fro, in and out, around and
about, is another evidence that their labors bate
not been:in vain, or remain unappreciated by a
patronizing - public. The merits of this great
Mice have -not only become apparent at home.
but its fame is also fast spreading itself through
out the land.
Lebanon, June 10, 1857.
RAISF.II : B RABk R . J. SI 181
RABER Itt BROS.
THIS NEW FIRM
ARE HOLDINC OUT
GREAT INDUCEMENTS, BY
THEIR SPLENDID ASSORTMENT or
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
WVHH.n IC they are selling off very cheap,
Te assortment of Ladies'Dress Guol
is hard to beat, haying all the new styles, min, h
are all well selected. Among them you will find
Lunertines, Decals, Oriental Lustre, Chico
Cloth, Printed Lama, Silk Tissue, - Bed, Crake
Paris, Berwr ' e Babe., playa Tisme and
Black and Fancy Silk., very cheap and
handsome, Challis, M. D. Lains, BeregeD Lin -
Prints, Omen ms, Lawns, Brilliants, Lustres, A
and a variety of other Fancy Dress Goods.l.l 3
ladies are especially invited to call and see the
NORTH LEBANON AHEAD
• 311-. • TROIT rjEr
CHEAP DRY GODS,
FUNOK t BRO.,
- IXT RO invite the attention of purchasers to their
VV very extensive stock of FRESH GOODS.
embracing every variety of DRESS GOODS, for
Ladies and Gentlemen, which they are prepared
to offer to reliable and prompt customers, at the
lowest rates, guaranteeing every reasonable satis
faction. Please examine, before purchasing else
where; JACOD K. FIINCK,
April 22, 1357. =TWIN K. FUNCK,
WHO DOES NOT KNOW
HENRY & STINE.
• HAVE THE
LARGEST, • • •
CHEAPEST,- • •
AND BES . T SELECTED
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
We would respectfully invite oar numer
ous customers and friends to call and see our
splendid new stocker spring and summer Goods
we have just opened and are constantly receiving
by Express. Our stock consists of a full assort
ment of the most fashionable Dress Goods 6,r
Ladies and Gcntle.meni• Wear; Mantillas, Shaul&
Bonnets, Bonnet ribbons, mitts, collars, sleeve.
belts, &c., for Ladies; also Hats, Ilandkerchiers,
stocks, Stockings, Gloves, ac. ' for Men.
All kinds of Domestic Dry Goods, Queenswarc,
Oil Cloths, Carpets, Muslin Shades, &c.
Also a. complete assortment of
which we are selling at very low prices. Give
us an early call.
May 6, 1857. HENRY a STINE.
Call and See the
Dry-Goods, Grocery & Crockery
r EONARD ZFAIIIIMMAN•infornis his friends
-LA and the public that be has just received a new
stock of GOODS for;.: the Spring Trade, which
will be found as cheap as any stock of thekiud in
this town, consisting of all such Goods as are
usually kept in a first-class _store. Particular at
tention is tciven to Staple Goods for the Country
Trade, not neglecting the faney articles for La
dies' wear---such .7.6 Laces, Lawns, Edgings, tu
dersleves, Handkerchiefs, ac.
Gentlemen are invited to examine his Ctorss,
Caesium-es, Casinets, Tweeds, Summer Cloths,
Fancy and other Vestings, Velvets, Cords 2 4he-
In the Grocery department may be found
splendid assortment of every need in the Fatsi
ly:—Coffee, sugar, spices, Teas, Mackerel, L.c.
In Crockery, the stock is well selected.
W'The highest market price 'will be paid for
Country Produce. Lebanon, April 22, 18.57.
Lebanon Mutual Insurance
INCORPORATED BY THE norsr.arunr. OE' EA.
()lice at Jo ne stown, Le&anon County.
GUARAIMM CAPITAL $55,000.
THIS Company is now fully organized and
ready to make Insurance on all kinds of
property in town or country and on as favorablo
terms as any well-governed and safe compartb
either on the Mutual or joint stock principle.
President—Jonx BE:Emma, Esq.
Vice President—D. M. KAR3LA.Th
Treasurer—GE°. F. AIRILY.
' SOCTOOTy—WM. A. BARRY.
John Brunner, Bsq., Daniel Brown,
D. M. Harmony,, Napoleon Desk
Gee. F. liellY. John Arndt,
W. A. Barry, John Meily,
S. U. Shirk, L. B. Walker,
Daniel H. Biever, D. M. Bank.
A. S..Erx is the Agent for Lebanon•
He may at all times be found at his, office in
Jonestown, July 15, 1857.—1 y