Newspaper Page Text
Le ba non, Pa.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1557
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET
IPILLASOI F. 1 0 4 CKER,
Of Lyeoining County.
FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER S
Of Chester County.
FOR SUPR ENE 7UDGF.9
01 &Irks Cuu n i y.
- THOWPIP SO.N;
Of Erie County.
O. When the pot boils over the scum
goes first.—This applies to the failure
of a number of "banks" and "bankers,"
in New York city and. elsewhere last
week. they hAye always all been
worthless, only if was 'not known pub.
Ozr The following is the ticket nom
inated by the Democracy of Berks coun
ty, on Tuesday last :
Assembly, Edmund L. Smith, Amos Weller,
Benj. Nunema.cher ; Prothonotary, David lister;
Register, Tobias Barto ; Recorder. Nicholas Heck
man ; • Clerk of Orphans' Court, Ephraim Fritz;
Clerk of the Quarter Sessions, Joseph . S. 'foyer;
County :Treasurer, William Runkle • County Com
xnissioner,- David L. Wenrich ; Director of the
Poor, Jacob Malsberger; County Auditor, Amos
Our - Democratic friends of Lancaster, last
week, nominated the following county ticket, viz:—
Senators, Dr. Johu R. Raub, Wm. Patton ; As
sembly, John 11. Brenneman, Thos. S. Mcllvaine,
James Bones, Salmi Wicks; Sheriff, Jacob Saner;
Prothonotary, Dr. A. S. Bare; Register, William
Hays; Recorder, Henry Rush; Clerk of Quarter
Sessions, Jacob Foltz,; Clerk of Orphans' Court-,
Jalob Myers ; Treasurer, John L. Lightner; Com
missioner. John Whiteside; Directors, L. Haldy,
S. J. Morrison; Coroner, Dr. J. B. Freeland; Au
ditor, Amos Hank.
OZ an old man, 72
years of age, the head of a gang of coun
terfeiters and thieves in the neighbor
hood of the Gap, Lancaster county, who
was conv icted
. in the Lancaster counts
Court about two weeks ago, and sen
tenced to two years' imprisonment in
the Eastern Penitentiary, committed sui
cide last week in his cell, by hanging
0* - A strike of the operatives of thr ,
Lancaster Cotton Mill No. 3,"occurred
on Tuesday, in consequence of an at
tempt of the Board of Directors to re
duce their wages 20- per cent. A com•
promise was then offered by the Direc
tors, upon a reduction of 10 per cent.,
which some of the operatives accepted,
but the majority still hold out.
OrThe Washington States says that
at the conclusion of the marriage cere
mony of General Walbridge, on Toes
day, President Buchanan was prompt to
avail him Self •of the privilege of kiss
ing the bride, then,turnina to the Gener
al, he said , playfully, "You have desert•
ed our ranks!" "flow could I help it ?"
the General promptly responded as he
pointed to his bride.
o:7 — Some years ago the opposition
designated the dethocracy as . the I.•dirty
shirt .party," heeause it was made up
principally of Mechanics and laboring
men. In Ohio, recently, one of the
present Republican candidates for a
State. Office, said in a speech:—
"MECHANICS SHOULD WEAR A RED PATCH
ON THE SHOULDERS TO DESIGNATE THEM. FROM
The "gentieman7.who proposes thus
to designate mechanics, will be very apt
to get himself patched about the 13th
of next-October. •
Serrsrei.e.—The Black Republicans
have on several occasions exposed their
weakness to such an extent in Philatler
phis, es to become general laughing
stook for it season. Discretion is the
better part of valor, hence we find them
resolving at their convention last week,
not to nominate local tickets forthe city.
Sometimes there is a wheel within a
wheel, and the ftepublican wheel is
double. Not placing a ticket of their
own in the field, will give them a chance
•of claiming-the entire oppoSition - vote
in Philadelphia as Republicans.. 'Their
game. with the Americans is, heads we
win; tails yeillose !
O 7 We .find the following going the
rounds of the papers :
Gerritt Smith, in a recently published
letter, says that his expectations in re
gard to, his gifts of land to colored men
have not been fully realized. He says
thourpil colored men to
- illy have taken and continue to hold
possession of their grants. What is
worse,hall the three thousand, as I judge,
have either sold their !and, or been so
careless as to allow it to be sold for
What a humiliating
_confession for a
"dyed-in.the.wool" Abolitionist to make
that his African pets 'have turned out
so unworthy l How appropriately he
calls them "colored man ;" for accord.
ingto his own.account, they are colored
all thyntrgh, and the hearts and inincts of
those he experimented on are -as dark
as their hides. But this is only another
proof of the truth of the well known
conclusion. that in general, the negro
race is unsusceptible of improvement.
Speaking of negroes in their native
land, a learned English..writer says :
"Prom the remotest antiquity down to
dav I i • hi tf
%Iranians F. Packer the Poor
It is well known that while Speaker
of the House of Representatives, in 18-
49. General Packer, the Democratic can
didate for Governor, contributed very
materially by his influence toward the
enactment of that now popular measure
known as the "Three Hundred Dollars
Exemotion Act." During the winter
of 1855, it will he remembered, a wen.
effort was made by person who
fancied themselves aggrieved by the law,
to have it repealed. Gen. Packer was
then in the Senate, where he at once
took lead among thtse who opposed a
repeal. A remonstrance against the
law, numerously signed by his own con•
stituents, being forwarded to him to
present to that body, he complied with
the request accompanying it with the
remarks which we , print below, and
which the Philadelphia Sun when pub
lishing them, at the lime, prefaced as
philanthropic, just and truly Democrat
ic." We need hardly say that they con
tributed largely to uphold the indent'.
nate debtor and: his dependant family
now enjoy they : protection which that
hurnate law agnrd_s'Nid, a sympathizing
POI i O opinion ,aoriinS,
G - eta Pa CI e r7itlitdy:
Mr. Speaker, [ do' not sympathize
with the prayer of • the petition I have
just presented. not ii •believe that
the law of last session will injure the
'poor and middle classes" of com
munity. Ido not believe that by ex•
erupting the last three hundred dollars'
worth of property of the poor unfortu- .
nate debtor, from levy and sale on exe
cution, and by driving from the door of
poverty and distress, the sheriff and the
constable, urged on by a close-fisted,
miserly and heartless creditor, that you
would benefit the "poor and middle
classes of community" by exposing
their last article of household furniture
—their last bed—their last stove•
their last cow, to the tender mercy of
an avaricious creditor ?
If Senators entertain such an opinion,
let them comply with the prayers of the
petitioners ' and vote for 'the repeal of
the law of last session, together with all
the exemption laws previously enacted,
and they will promote the interests of
the poor and middle classes to the heart's
content of the rich. Sir, so far from
sympathizing with - the petitioners . , I
would extend the exemption law still
further. And permit me to say., which
1 do with all confidence, that the day
is not far distant when it will be • car.:
tied further. The day is dawning when
every 'family will be protected in their
little home, in defiance of the bad con
duct of an intemperate father or, a
'profligate husband. The daris coming,
nay it is now here, wizen it will be con
ceded that the Man with a comfortable,
permanent home, will much sooner pay
his honeit debts than he who is almost
distract, d with- impending tr , mbles, and
who is zver at-the mercy of an execution.
Marty of the Slates of the Union have
led the way in this humane reform.—
Maine 00:411)13 a hMIII..SICad to the
value of $560, and -in the absence of a
homestead, petsbnal property to that
amount. Vermont exempts a 1101110311-. ail
to the value of $5OO. lowa arid Min
uesone foriyaeres of laml ur lilt. Cali
fornia exempts 320 acres of land or a
lot worth 62000. Deserei, the pro
posed Mormon State, it is said secures
a home to every familr. All States
and Territories named having acted on
this subject within the past few' mouths.
Georgia, Texas ; Michigan, Wisconsin
and Connecticut; have long since enact-'
ed liberal exemption "law's. New York,
always among the foremost in popular
reforms, is also pressing on in the 111.1111-
al message of Gov. Fish to the present
leeislature of that great State;'to which
I beg leave to call the attention of Sen.
ors. On the subject of homestead ex
emption, the Governor says:
~ While it is admittedly' a primary du
ty of the legislature to enact • laws for
the punishment of vice,it is no less its du-.
ty to remove the causes which frequently
lead to the commission of crime. The
impressions made upon the youthful
mind, by the gentle force of parental
authority and example, and by the as
sociations of the family circle are among
the must active and enduring of the in•
fluences which control the conduct of
after life. Much of the vice that we
are called upon to deplore, may be trac
ed to the- removal-of its subject, and
from, the innocent, hut. wholesome .its
sociation of a h olm." ltowever homble:'
T e- ,4 45e than the
oua ose - ofro on+ I ty ,
dictates of humanity, demands re ,„
ervation of the_ family 4.l - 10
maintainance of -the /Amity home, as of`
ficient preventives of vice, 31111 sure and '
,Cori t r te
Virtue and ti a pPitiess, and to piiihre:,
prosperity end erdo." •
, h Ylr , l t ex„ are the views of
• I • - nor of 'Nett+, TOrk.• - They are
the sentiments' of a humane- and far-see;
.statesman—and I honor him for his
manly independence in giving them the
weight and sanction . of Atis ollic al ate.
tion. Sir, I 'go -witOhe 'UOverlibi of
the Empire State. would Secure' to',
every fantilf a -I,c(ars'and a HEARTH.
would - not perm
,the covetoui • and hard.
hearted creditor to drive- his unfortunate
debtor, naked and pennikas out upon 'the
cold charities of , an inhospitable world.
The lawithat authoriZeiuch a proce
dere should be blotted froin the•statitte
books of every State in-•thiS Union-1
they are repuguant - to the;spirit of the age,
and revolting to humanity. Like the,
laws stn' tioning - imprisonmeni fur debt
they4,l?(Od: he repudiated by every phil
atithroiiid legislator—they should exist
but in the history of the' paiten obso
It li'as been truly said, Mr. Speaker,
at he who sells out the last" little pro
,rty of a wife, and faMily of small chi!.
•en, of a rash, heedless, or perhaps in:
triperate husband and
. father, add' af :
!rwards goes home to dine—goes home
PEAS? ON HUMAN NEARTA Sir, MOO
thus obtained has kdamning , curse up
Eutertaillig these yiews,.Mr. Speaker,
tattoo; go with those of my constitu.:,
is who demand the repeal, pf,,thnex.'
iptiOtt- lawof last-session, nor can t
that any Considerable number ;
them desire it.
An elephant once nearly killed an
Irishman for an insult offered to his
trunk. The act was rash in the extreme
butt it was impossible, the Hibernian
said, to resist a nose you could pull with
The Doylestown Democrat says that
the real Asiatic Cholera has made its
appearance in the lower sections of,Boaks
county. In the vicinities of Falle,.illo'r
risville and Bristol townships, several
person have already died of the disease.
In the Court of Quarter Sessions at
Harrisburg, last week, Charlotte Mc-
Laughlin plead guilty to keeping a disor
derly house, but had peen indicted for
keepi rig a disorderly baistly house. The
Court sentenced her to an itnpriseriment
of six months, a fine of $2OO and costs
A GREAT. TUNNEL.—It is proposed to
connect the Atrato river, near the • ISO
mos of Darien, with the Pacific Ocean,
by means of a cutting,. 63 miles long,
in which• will req:iire to be a tunnel 4
miles in length, 200 feet in breadth, and
90 feet in height above the water.
A joint stock cigar manufacturing
company has been organized at West
field,Conn., with a capital of 8450,000
half: ofK which iv as' lin rued Pledged
—"whereupon," say's • the FrartiOrd
Times, "the price of cabbage leaies
immediately advanced," A considera
hle crop of tobacco, hoWever,-is `annu
ally raised in Connecticut. - -
A corre4iondent , of one
ton newspapers gives the following ex•
tract from a sermon recently delivered
by a Professor at Harvard. Univeraity :
"Viewing the subject from the esoteric
stand-point of Christian, exegetical an•
alysis, and agglutinating the polsynthet
ical ectoblasts of heumgene,ouS aseeti•
cism, we perceive at once the absolute
individuality of this entity ; while from
that other , stand -point of, incredulous
synthesis, which Characterize the den
ocratic hierarchy of the Jews, we are
constantly impressed with the precisely
antiperistatic quality thereof."
She was Caught.—A fashionable young
lady in Syracuse was seen by a clerk in
a store in the Franklin buildings, Thurs.
day afternoon, to; slip. a couple of-pairs
'of:gloves inther pocket while the clerk's
back was turned—she forgetting or not
knowing that be couldlook-into a mirror
near by and see her movements... Then
She took another pair from the' clerk,
and handed him $5 to pay for them,—
He gave her $2 change; said he believ•
.ed that was all right for three pairs, and
,bowed the thunderstruck young lady out
of the store, blushing to the eyes..
Agricultural Johe.—Hon. DaVid Tag :
gart is like the tail of a Nlewroandland
dog—an immose wag. As latest piece
of fun is perpetrated upon the 'candidates
fUr'the governorship and their predeces•
sot's. In appOinting the eoMinittees to
act at the coming State Agricultural
Fair, he has seleeted as Judges of H;uns.
the follw.v - ing governors; ex'-governors,
anti camtioates for the, governor4hip
James Putt ; F: Pacifier,
'William-port; Dont IVtlnnot , Tomintla ;
[sane itizb.hurst, Jtileph
'itter, Carlisle ; Divid R. Poi ; ter, Has
; WM. F. Johnston, Pittsburg ;
Robbery of the Pennsylvania Rail
road E,rpress Burthen Troia from Phil.
acielphia:—'Tire Express Borthen . train
from Philadelphia, on Tuesday of last
week was robbed of about one thousand
dollars worth of dry goods heyond
leryille. The goods were traced to a
house in Lancaster. One, that of Jacob
Herzog, giyes information t that he had
purchased them from a German named
John Trinity. Two other persons were
suspected of being out in the country
oilierportions of the goods.—
Otte of: them, Henry LeYan, a half:broth
er of Herzog, was arrested, and. the, of.
ficers are now_ .. in. pursuit of the ~:thirdp
erson iroplicated:.: The robhery ;; Yraa
effected -by.entering the-cars immediate
ly after-the agent had examined them,
and by throwing out the. hales and bon:
dies into the reatl for 'accomplices, in '
wagons to. pick up. ,
Herzog' Charged with. Forgerpf—
Held In 61.009: to, Answer,. re rday
..tac.ob .11erzostwas ,atrested up.
on ti warrant issued at the instance of a
German from _Lebanon, named, - Jacob
Leitz, charging ilia) wit h,. fraudulently
forging it . judgment hood for $19,6 31.
• The fuels, as alleged.hy- the, prosecu
tion,sare.substantially , these:—Qtr the
fifth 4lay ,:ef -last. August, the, judgment
;for the amount .above
of-Jacoh,Herzog, signed by Jicrth.Leiti
and witnessed by Henry Levan (Rerzfia's
step-brother), was recorded in the °Le
4 1 t - Lancaster, and in the Recorder'S
offic , e'4l.-Geba!ipri, pa the 7th (two dayS
; later.) This incipient hound is dated
rnort to - tray.e- been, given. on the :
3d day - - •.
1850 -hut Leitz pos
itively. den ies arty'
. paper being' itiekistence previous ,to t ie
time it was:recorded in Lebanon, : prof
ever having, any such a.,trons,action with
Herzog—in other words, ,he swears it
was a forgery,
It appears , that Leitz andllerZOft had
.ha,d, : businessJransactions,the former; be.'
from ; the latter„but ,Leitz does not ..ad;
mit a debt of'over $3O or $4O. At the
time the bond purports to , have r •been
gi yen, Leitz didinot own any, property,
ha ving. only come into the . possession
of a small property quite recently.—
He alleges that,the judgment ; was not
heard ofontil after this fact was.known:
The presumption is that, the, bond was
drawirsince Mr. Leitz-,came- into, pos
session of property—a presumption which
Mr, Herzog it'd' gnantly repudiates
Ho waved a,hearing, and entered bail
in $lOOO 'to answer at Court.. .
BORN Tp' BE ITADiGED.:-1t appears final
a report wich is in circulation that it is
Very unpleasant to be -Viten - in tritertain
house in Cliester''Co.v'Pa. Sifice'the
year 1794 there-have been five execu
titiik Tor capital Offences in the . county,.
Edward Williams;'.who 'was hanged in
1830, and George rharanh, who was ex.
ecuted in 1851, , were both :horn in a
house Whioh '6ttintis about a utile from_
, West Chester. Iffgfam, who'-was re
dent hanged in plinniaforthe uturder t
o f his wife, also "first
this same unlucky house.
Rats, Roaches, Insects, Bed-Bugs.
Costar's Rat, Roach, 4'c.. Exterminator
Costar's Red-Rag Exterminator;
Costar's Electric Powder,
for Ants, Insects, an., (the only Infallible Reme
dies known.) Costar sends by mail, prepaid, a
Sample Box of the Bat. Roach, an. Ex. to any ad
dress in the U. S., on receipt of $l, or the Elec
tric Powder for 65e. (The Bed Bug Ex. being a
liquid cannot be sent by mail.) Costar will fur
nish Diuggists, Dealers and Store-keepers, a $lO
Sample Package of his various preparations (as
sorted) with Circulars, Bills, Posters, au, on re
ceipt of $5, (loaving baLof $5-due When sold,) in
order that theY may let their merits.
advertisetnent. For Circulars, &e., address "Cos
tar," No. ass Broadway, N. Y. [aug. 26-Im.
.x -SODA WATER:
Guilford & Lemberger have now got in full op
eration their new and splendid Soda Water Foun
tain, where the public will find soda water of the
very best quality—equal to any obtained in the
cities or elsewhere.
This is to certify that I 'have made but
one application of the MAGIC oth 011 lily fingers,
which harp 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 "chieffiiily recommend it to all afflicted
likewise.J. tit. FINFROCK,
Harrisburg, 72 Locust street.
"Wood,land Cream"—A POMADE FOR BEAUTI
FYING 'FRO perfumed, superior to any
French article imported: and for half the price. For
dressing Ladies' ligii, it has no equal. siring it a bright.
glossy appearance:: it causes Gentlemen's Bair to curl
in the most natitral manner:`;removes,:dandruff, al
ways giving the Janir The appearance of being fresh
shampooed, PriciFoillyfitty cents. 'None genuine unless
signed FIiTRIDGE &CO., Proprietors of the
"fiAL:u OF A THOUFAND FLOWEILS," New York.
For sale by Guilford & Lem's:Nor, and all Druggists.
Feb. 25, 185ti.-Ont.
Woon's Hera DI - E.—This admirable article is
rnpidly,improvin,, ,, the hair. No article of a sim
ilar kind; new Atefore the public, enjoys a better
reputation as a restorative and 'invigorating hair
tonic. Its peculiar Chemical qualities have aben
eficial effect upon the growth and character of the
hair, giving . a silky_and glossy. texture to that
which was' forrimily Of a coarse - and dry nature.
It has, also, we understand, a tendency to pre
serve the youthful bolor 'and appearance of the
hair, and destreying or counteracting the effects
HOSTETTER.—Tbe;surprising effects of Tiostet
ter's Vegetable Stonich Bitters in removing bile,
forcing an appetite, imparting health and tone to
the system; and dissipating dyspeptic symptoms,
is truly wonderful. Etreyy nervous, debilitated,
weak and amaciated person, male or femule,should
try it at once. One wine-glassful taken three
times each day, befofe meals, or,if the patient
should be a lady or child in a debilitaied 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
heve gained for these Bitters such an enviable
reputation- everywhere. For sale by druggists
and dealers generally.
2tEIGART, agent, North 'West corner
of Market and Water streets, Lebanon, Pa.
laeliantin Female Seminary.
TILE THIRD SESSION of the "LEBANON PK
MALE SEMINARY" will commence. the First
day (/ September, next. It is earnestly requested
that Parents intending to send their Duo trrEms,
should do so at the coutmencement of the Session.
LEfilll R. BA UGLIER, Principal.
T,ache, of Freqe.h rmd
tehanon, July 2% ` 1557.
-FOR - RENT.
A STORE. ROOM'. AND CELLAR, in the nen , '
11. brick building in'Marhet street, north of Wa
ter, adjoining Jacob Weidic's property, in the hor 7 .
ough of Lebantin. It is calculatedlot a Dyr Goods
and Grocery Store. and is in e thickly populated
nofghborhood. POs session trill be given immedi
ately desired. : Apply on the premises to
JOHN IL SNAVELY.
Lebapon,Wag. 5, 's7—tf.
74,111 E greatest offer in gold pens,-gold pencils, gold
(tains, and gold uMehes, ever made. head. the
A Splendid Gold Premium,
worth from five to one hundred dollars, positively given
to any Person who ran spare one day iu a week, or one
hour in a day. getting up-clubs of subscribers in hisown
and adjoining neighborhood, for the best and most pop
ular family newspaper now published. No expense, no
outlay, no capital required of agents. 'An entire new
,plan is proposed. by which any person can- stiLX!eed in
'making it a paying business. who will undertake the
agency. A private circular, for Um inspection of agents
'only, with full list of premiums, will be sent to any one
•who desires it on receipt of a stamp to pay return post
age: Some agents have earned a hundred dollar gold
watch in one week.
Every family should read at least one Newspaper front
New York City, without interfering :with their Local Pa.
pore, which of course cannot and should nut, be-dispens
ed with. put New York being the greatcommercial and
bm-iness centre of this Continent; tur farmer, mechanic,
professional inam or merchant, is properly prepared for
the emergencies of his calling, unless he is in communi
cation with New York City, by meanS Of One hr its first
class newspaper - mediums. Such a mbdium isOur ..LED
CEIt," neutral in polities, but giving all the factaitents
of news, and thrilling incidents worth knoWnig thillbugh.
out the country.
A Valtzuble .
Each new subscriber will receive with ifie first No. of
hie or her paper. one of the now,a d; beautiful point
ed indelible Pencils.* jtt,d.imperted fronflltirope, and for
which we have Obtained. , the hgency for this
country. "This is the mostingenions and useful improve
merit of the present age. and i i the only Pencil krr made
that,will write with ink. making it both , alam and pencil
of the 'finest quality at the some time. it will lust fur
years, and fur 'weeded use is Worth Mere than any gold
pen in the market.
For list of premiums and fell partieulars, address
• 11A LL W ET, Pit bllshers, N triv York City.
*Mex!. Pcncilq supplied to,the.trade at aprolitable dis-
count. [Aug. 26.'67.
GUANO F GUANAH ,QUANO,I
Leinau's Supm:Priosyq, late of Lime
cor yearVl' HEAT IC ROPS,use
L Lt.lii:ALT'S Suiier Phosphate Of Lime, at 2i eta.
a lb. or $4O a Tun; pr-use
at 53.50 a hbl. pr $25 a ton. One barrel of either
is siiificient-for . an Aixe 'of Wheat. These are
made of. reliable (Thornton' .Elements; and- <have
been in §nucevrful use for the.past Sj.xYears, im ,
proving the soil and 'increasing the valde of the
. Four Diplomas. fro* the State Agricultural So
ciety of FoupsyLvituia; NOW Jersey ; Delaware;
:tad the Crystal Palace A•sooiation of the City of
New yhili f .lMtebeeri 4 l4Ceired fur these' Valua
Pamphlets: inc tirt. Enstisb and Gorman Lan
bn bad by nETplication at the 'Office
age to ally witarf in tließldfliWoi.M--.4 7 C-11 11 . -
Orders son t.-by Mail.ticootapanied . tvith D.o.'.;b or
Drafts, will bO promptly shipped to any Part of
the weria ; ;;.; - GEO. A. LElNAU;Proprictor,
•, No. l,9.SouthFront street, Phila. City.
:ruiy, 29, '57-4ju.
GIFTS! GIFTS!! GIFTS! I!
A. It AN Y Publisher, 293 . Broadway, N. Y.
offers for sale .
500,0 , Jd1,,110aks and Naps!
Of all kinds; et' Publishers prices, to be
accompanied with 500,000 GO,
.-Arrorth from 25 tts. to $2OO each; consisting of
Y Gold - and Silver Watches, Gold Lockets,
Gold Chains, Ca.m4o Pins and Drops, Gold Brace
lets, Gold Pencils, Sewing Birds, in short. Jewelry
of every . deseriptidu ; Reticules, Ladies Purses,.
Porto:innies, 40. k
sloo'worth of Gifts diStributed with every 500
Books. -A GIFT :be delivered with every
book sold for One Tidier or. more. Although no'
.bookor Article willibe sold for more than the usu
al retail price, manj will sold for leek.' Persons
wishing--any'part War , book, can order at once
And it will be forty, rded with a Gifp. Persons or
dering Books wi Gifts; should forward the a
mount-of postage, sit in ukt invariably tie paid in
advance. • The a rage postage for $1 and $1,25
books is 18 cts; an for $1,50 and $2 kooks, 21 ets.
inducements to Ilubtand Agents :—A Book
'' and ft without money.
-Any person; by orwarding an order for Books,
(with -money on ised,); receive an Fa tra
Book,auxl Gift wi every Ten Books to be sent to
• This method of
the Package goes
Mid:Gifts WilPbe fu
is sent poet: prthl-t
orming Clubs saves postage, as
y Express, - • .
yespeptiag, this Great Gift En=
Ith a complete List of Books,
lashed in our Catalogue, which
any address on application.
i):=293 Brpo.dway, N ew York.
ES are sailing ilia Cheapest
eat and Common Chairs.
U,klLgUglkUjMi n .At==
S HE undersigned would respectfully inform
the citizens of Lebanon and v ieinity that they
will at all times be found ready to accommodate
them in anything which belongs to their business,
which is PAINTING, GLAZING, and PAPER
HANGING. They warrant all their work.
By strict attention to business they hope to se
cure a share of public patronage. Orders for work
can be leftat WALTZ 4i, RCEDEL'S Book-store,where
they will be promptly attended to. At the latter
place too, can beseen a large assortment of neat &
chaste designs of Wall, Ceiling and Hall Papers
selected by them, from one of the most extensive
establishments in the city of Philadelphia.
Sept. 2;'57-2.m.* THOMPSON & STOUT).
Farsiver,s' .Sr- Mechanics'
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP
WHE undersigned would respectfully invite the
- ay attention of their friends and the public in
general, to the fact that they are prepared, the
coming season, to manufacture and have on hand
the largest, and best assortment of
ever offered to the Farmers of this county, such as
Wheeler's Improved Railway Horse-Powers and
Threshers; Manny's combined Reaper and
Mower, , 3vith i AirpoWslatest improvements ;
Coleman's Farm Milt; - Giain Drills and
Fans Gourle,y's Patent Harrow and
Clod Cutter; Corn Ploughs and Planters;
Portable Cider Mills, Clover-Hullers, Corn
Shetiers, Fodder Straw and Hay Cutters, .to-,
All of the above Machines are of the latest
and'hest improvements, and are all warranted to
give .satisfaction. Also,
Castings of all kinds , mode to Order,
andat short notice. Particular attention paid to
REPAIRING, and charges reasonable.
FAR:VEILS will do well Co call and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere, as they will
find it to'their advantage' to purchase Machines
manufactured in their own county.
AN All orders or communications by mail will
be promptly attended to.
A. MAJOR /6 BROTHER.
Lebanon, Lebanon Co., Pa.
July 1, 1857
slrEAm PLANING HILL.
BOAS, GASSER dr, GETTLE
wish to inform the citizens of Lab.
- non County and neighboring coon
".:Mties, 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 hind of Sawing which
.may be Wanted to suit builders. The subscribers
bem leave to inform theyiublie that they have the
latest and best improved machinery in the coun
ty, such as 'Woodworth's Planer, ,te., 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 aro invi
ted to call and examine their ready-made stock,
which they will always keep on hand, and judge
Their Shop is on Pinegrore Road, near
Phreoner's Old Foundry.
Lebanon, June 17,'57.
t_ ~4 3
Door and Sash, Manufactory
Located on the Steam-house Road, near Cumberland
Street, East Lebanon.
- THE undersigned respectfully in
oggi. form the public in general, that they
.2"- - ;,,,;.„ 4 „ , have added largely to their' former
./11#-3 . 1'1, establishment, and also have all
J rude of the latest and best improved MACHIN. --
ERY in the State in full operation, such as
WOODWORTH'S FLOORIATG, Etc.,
for conducting the general business for
Planing, Scrolls, Sawing., +c., 4-c.,
and the experience acquired by E. Long:titer and
T. G.Gabel;during their connection with the Door,
&eh and Lumber 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.
'.They now offer to Mechanics and Farmers
generally, upon favorable terms, a judiciously as
sorted stock of DOORS, SASH, 4tc., from the best
Lumber manerfactories 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 or finish, aad 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 stock en hand:—
Doors, of all sizes ; • ' Sash, of all sizes;
Door Frames, for brick and frame houses;
Window Frames, for brick and frame Douses;
Shutters, of all sizes; Architraves;
Blind si of all size's; Casings, from3-to,6in.;
All Mods Mouldings; Surbase;
0. G. Spring Moulding, ofall.sizes; Wash-bnards
LONGACRE,A4ABEL & BROTHER.
' Lebanon, July 1857.
P. S.—Planing, Sawing, promptly done
for those furnishing the Lumber.
.1111T.1 CHIME WORKS,
Opposite the Lebanon Valley R. R. Depot, Leb
WM. k P. L. WEIAIER, Propri
eters, manufacture Steimi•Engines
from 1 to 300 horse power, of, the
_Zi2,,,:,,,,, il Xalitm.latest styles and patterns,
Lice mound improvements. Also, superior Port
able Engines (with Link Motion Valve Gear,)
mounted on wheels, for Saw Milts, 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 a 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,
construction. Forge Hummers, ofP. L. Weimer's
Patents ; Rolling Mill, Sawing, Planing and
Flourin. Mill Fixtures ; Minim- , Pumps ; Hoist
ing Machinery .for. Mines and Stone Quarries ;
Railroad Cars, Iron Bridges, Shafting, Hangers,
Pulleys, Turning Lathes, Drill Presses, Planing
Machines, Brass Stop-Cocks, Valves mid Brass
Fixtures, Globe Steam Valves, of all sizes, and
Machinery and Castings of every description—,
made of the best material, by, well-known and ex
perienced workmen;-Emoke Stacks, Water Tanks,
Gas , fiues, Heaters, and sheet iron work of every
LUur Boiler sheets are all tested by
dividing them into squares of 2 inches, and ham
merin,g,each square ; any iinperfeetion is thus de
teeted, and the faulty sheet rejected; this isprac
, tised in very few shops in this country.]
Also; a stock of Wroughtrlren Pipe, for steam,
gas and water, withal 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, made to order,
at the shortest . notice_
Repairing attended to. with promptness
and despatch. A gang. of Beiler, inakeidalways
ready, for Boiler repairs.
Blacksmith Work made to order.
OM - Orders respectfully solicited. All commu
nications, by mail Cr 'otherwise 7 attended to with
deipateli, and work delivered' to'railroad, or ca
nal, free of charge, -
P. L. WEIMER.
Lebanon, February 4, MT. .•
LOADIVIIILM - AIDADLINGS,
SALT B . Z.THETAG, BRAN
at the Genesee mills ,
Jar. 7, 1357
.-• ~- • . •'.WAATED, • .
A T the•Genesen•Mills in tke Borough of Lelia,
„LI- ' non, . • IiTREAT, CORN,
.In any quantity, for wbieh the highest A Market,
prices will bo, paid in Cash, by ' .•,
January 7, 1.557.
TWELVE good Flour Barrel CGOPBRS;at the
Genesee mills, in Lebanon, to -whom cone - Mat
work and good-:wages will be , given: ...Nene. but
sober and steady workmen need apply.
January HOT, MYERS Jr. Slicrint,
NEW PORK ADVERTISEMENTS
HEALTH DEPENDS ON PUBS. BLOOD.
Brandreth'sPillspurif the Blood;
NO DISEASE CAN RESIST TIME JUDICIOUS USE!
flEir operation with successful effect are the pecu
liarity of Brandreth's
()111t race are subject to a redundancy of vitiated bile,
kf at this season, and it is as dangerous as it is prev
alent, but Brandreth's Pills afford an invaluable and
efficient protection. By their occasional use we prevent
the collection of those impurities, which, when in suffi
'lent quantities, cause so much danger to the body's
health. They soon cure liver complaint, dyspepsia,loss
of appetite, pain in the head, heart burn, pain in the
breast bone, sudden faintness and costiveness. In brief,
Brandreth's Pills work their way to the very roots of
the disease, cleansing in their passage, removing every
unhealthy accumulation till the blood is purified, the
whole sptem renovated, and the , functions and duty of
life become a pleasure, where before they bad been sad
and weary burdens. Often when nothing has relieved
vomiting of the most serious character, whether from
sea-sickness or otherwise, where the retching has been
appalling, a single:dose of four Brandreth's Pills has at
once cured and the patient has fallen into - a sweet sleep.
When the mind cannot collect itself; when the memory
falls; when it lean effort to fix the attention; when our
sleep is broken and our waking hours harassedorith
forebodings ofevil,then Brandreth's Pills should be used.
If these, warnings remain unheeded, rheumatism, con
sumption, disease of the heart, bilious affections, jaun
dice, dropsies, piles, appoplexies and costiveness will and
denlypresen t themselves. These Brandreth's Pills would
have provented,bnt nevertheless mesa they will also cure.
Ilse them at once do not let prejudice prevent the-use
of this simple but potent remedy.
Brandrea's Theory of Disease.
Never extract blood. Blood is the,life. By, abstract.
ing it in painful discs:ice . you may ace.salion the patient
ease; but renternbertfiii etu3e3., only th . &reduction or
lessening thnpowerio feel. And, by thus taking away
nature's tools. you may preventberfrom fully repairing
the ravages of inflammation,* convert what might only
have been the sickness of a few days or weeks into a
chronic affection of months and years.
Brantlreth's Pills accord with Nature!
Nature!, remedy in fact. When sudden, acute or (sin
tinned pain occurs from any cause, then to insure a quick
return to health, you must use Brandreth's Pills, which
will soon relieve every organ from undue pressure, and
remove those humors whose presence often occasions
such terrible suffering.
BEFORE TILE WORLD 106 YEARS!
- vm."frrentymillion boxes sold and the sphere of their
usefulness still extending. Ask for almanack and pam
phlet of cures. Agents will supply gratis.
BEWARE—aII pills with 4 '241 Broadway" on side labia
are counterfeits. Get the genuine and they will never
deceive. Sold at Dr. ROSS' Drug Store. opposite the
Court Rouse, Lebanon, Pa. [July 15, '57-3m.
Has Worked Miracles.
nitilAT all the bald and gray can be restored perfectly
to original growth and color, does not admit of a
doubt; besides. it will cure every possible disease of the
scalp, whether developed as dandruff itching. or in the
shape of cutaneous eruptions—even scald head—and in
no possible ease will it fail of curing. as Why magic. ner
vous or periodical headache. and if used twice a week by
the young. regularly, it will 7eserye thecolor, and keep
the hair from falling, to any Imaginable age. Read and
MillfOrd. Worcester - Co.. Mass., Nov. 1355.
. . _
PROP. O. .1. WOoll—hear Sir take pleasure in
bearing voluntary testimony to the magic effects of your
wonderful Hair Restorative. As far hack as 15:35, my
hair conunenced falling off, until the' bap of my scalp be
rame bald and smooth as glass. and it has continued to
fall for a great many years, notwithstanding 1 have used
many celebrated preparations for restoration. Seeing
your advertisement. I wns induced to give your article
a trial, and, to my utter astonishthent, foiind, after a few
applications, that my hair becatuefirmly set, and assum
ed a glossy and beautiful appearance%and by the time I
had used a quart bottle, my bald head. was, covered over
with a young sad vigorous growth of hair,, which is now
from one to two inches in length. and growing fast.
Yours, trulyi 'HENRY 'GOODRICII.
CITARUSTOWN, Mass., Aug. 9,1855.
Gents :—Nothing hut a duty and sympathy that I feel
to communicate to others that are afflicted as I have
been, would induce me to give this public acknowledge
ment of the benefit I have received from Professor Wood's
Ilairliestorative.. When Ifiret commenced usinv , .it, my
hair w quite gray, and in spots entirely bald. 'I
now used the Restorative about live months, and ray
hair is entirely changed to its original color, brown, and
thenew hair is over three inches-in length on the spots
where it was bald. I have also been much gratified at
the healthy moisture and vigor of the hair, which before
was dry, audit has ceased to come out as formerly.
Respectfully yours, Bc., - Mrs. R. A. STODDARD.
From Mrs. Ingalls, a well-known nurse in Boston.
BOSTON. October 19th, 1815.
GENTS :—At your request, and being so highly pleased
with .the effects of the Restorative, I am free to state that
my hair had become quite thin, and entirely worm: I
have, for the last five years, been in the habit of using
dyes but hearing of the extraordinary effects of tiles arti
cle, I was induced 'to. try it. My hair bas been restored
to its original thickness, and also to its former color,
which is light brown, Yours, respectfully,
Alas. INGALLS. ,
The following is from the Pastor ofthe Orthodox church,
Brookfield. BROOKPIELD, Mass., Jan. 12. 1855.
Prof. Woen-7DearSir—Having made trial of your Hair
Restorative, it gives me pleasure to say, that its, effects
have been excellent:in removing inflammation: dandruff,.
and a constant tendency to itching, with which have
been troubled fromlny childhood, and has also restored
the hair, which womhecoming gray, to its original color.
I have used no other article, with anything like-the same
pleasure and profit. Yours, truly,
J. Ti. BRAGG.
[From tbe Jersey City Telegraph.]
WHAT Is re row—Taw:Wool:Vs RESORATIVE I—IS a
question asked daily, by hundreds. We answer . without
hesitation orfear of Contradiction, that it is the Only ar
ticle known which wilt do all it-promises for the human
hair. Tr WILL RENEW ITS,GROWTH—IT WILL STOP ITS FALL-
Tao -41. WILLIM§ goal rrs'lcaretta. colon - It is not a
Hair Dye, hut atipeedy and efficaciousitestoratire.
0. J. WOOD& CO.,Troprietors, 312 Broadway, N. Y.
and`l,l4 Market street, St. Louis, 3lissouri.
For sale, is Lebanon; at 01311YORD a Larassapaa's Drug
store. Also, by all responsible Druggists. ju1y1;57,31a
~PrQ , Nr
PERIPUOI LE-R -r.
GGUILFORDLEM.BERGER, Graduates_ of
Pharmacy, and Practical Apothecaries and
Chemists, offer to -the public a large end carefully
selected stock of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye-stuffs, Oils, Spices, Perfumery, Toilet Aft-i
-des, Flavoring Extracts, Tobacco and' Cigars,.
pure Wines and Liquors for Medical purpos.es;
with everything in their line. as Druggists, Per
fumers and venders of Fancy Articles, which we
chins, Country Merchants and Dealers, as being
fresh, pure, and prepared irr the best Manner.—
All the new Preparations, Chemicals and Patent
Medicines. Horse and Cattle. Medicines. The
largest assortment of Trusses, single and; double,
for children and persons of every age, andfor ev
ery variety of rupture—carefully fitted and ad
justed if desired.
All orders correctly answered,-and Physi
cians' Prescriptions and Family Heceipt,Sea:reful
ft... Country Merehents and Dyers will iind it
to their advantage 10 buy of Guilford kLenibe-ghi.
; s 'eu Please call -and get 'one of our Circulars,
(Vrinted . in both English and German,)lii. which
you will find a list of most of the artieles and prep
arations kept by us. '
GUILFORD k LEMBERGER'S DR-ner STORE
is opposite the Market,*iese,,*z..
July 29, IS57'. - . Leberiin Pa.
MILL SAW-1,14 IFL
G,~ ACRES O.F LAND -
THE subscriber, being desirous of selling. his
merchant and Gutsr MiLytogether with his*
Bali? 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 Jones
town. This mill has been newly
?„4,c,, remodeled with the .beat Of:bevel,
gearing, and everything in- best
or order, for either couutry t er nor : chant,
work. The land is in a high state of cultiVationi
it being lately limed with one hundred biisheii to
the acre, and is all under new fences. Any per
son wishing to, view 'said property, can call at
the mill for mformation,.er onthe subscriber, two
miles from Jonestown'. An indyputable title will
he given, and by paying.a.ranall Ml4nce on the
property at thb;time possesalottisiiien; the 'bal
ance willbe set out in paymente to suit the pur
chaser. MARTIN WENGERT.
Swatara tp., December 31, 1856.—tt
E RAE ER
RABER tc BROS.
THIS NEW FIRM
ARE HOLDINC OUT
GREAT INDUCEMENTS, BY
THEIR SPLENDID ASSORTMENT or
SPRING AND SUMMER. GOODS,
WHICH they are selling off very cheap.
Their assortment of Ladies' Dress Goads
is bard to beat, having all the' new styliOvhich
are all well selected, Among them you will find
Lamertines, Dumas, Oriental' Lustre; ehinese
Cloth, Printed Lama, Silk Tissue, fig'd, Crape der
Paris, Berege Robes, plain Tissues and Bereges.
Black and Fancy. Silks, very cheap and rtur
handsome; Ohallis,.3l. D. Lains Berege D. LO4,
Prints, dirighams, Lawns, Brilliants; Lustre's,
and a variety of other Fancy Dress Goods. They
ladies are especially invited" to call - OMM , see' the,.
New Goods. ,
April 22, 1855. .
.Cali and See the
Dry-Goods, :Grocery Vrockery
.1T" -THE J
LEONARD ZIMERMAN informs his friends
and the public that he has just received anew
stock of GOODS for the' Spring Trade, which ,
will be found as cheap as any stook of the kind in
this town s consisting of all ; such- Goods as arer
usually kept in a first-class Aare,' Particular at
tention is given to Staple.Gcuidssfor ~tb_e- Country
Trade, not neglecting the fancy articles for La
thes' wear—such as Laces, Lawns, Edgings, Un
dersleves; Handkerchiefs, ce:
Gentlemen are invited to examine his CLOTHS,
Cassimeres, Gasinets, -Tweeds; ISiiminer Cloths,
Fancy mad other .Vestings, - Velvets, Ciwths; doe.
In the Grocery department may be found
splendid assortment of every need in the Fami
ly:—Coffee, sugar spices, Teas, Mackerel, ibe.
In Crockery, the stock is well selected.
The higbest market price will be paid for
Country Produce. Lebanon, April 22.1.857;
WHO DOES Noir KNOW
HENRY tsc STINE.,
AND BEST SELECTED
- STOOK OF
SPRING, AND SUMMVA GOODS,'
FOR 'LADIES 'AND GENTLEMEN
IN LEBANON"! -
We would respectfully invite our numer
ous customers and friends to call and see our
splendid new stoek Ortpring-and summer Goods
we have just opened and are coitSMntly receiving
by Express. Our stock- consists of a full assort
ment of the Most - fashionable Dress Goods for
Ladies and Gentlemen? Wear; Mantillas, Shawls,
Bonnets, Bonnet vibhons, mitts, collars, sleeves,
belts, ac:. for Ladies- also Hats, Handkerchiefs,
stocks. Stockings, Gloves, &e., for Men.
All kinds of Doniestie Dry Goods, Queensware,
Oil Cloths. Carpets, Muslin Shades, roe.
Also a complete assort:Merit of
which we are selling at very low prices. Giro
us an early call. .'
May 6, 1857. HENRY & STINE.
LEBANON' V A LLEY
RAILROAD . EXCIIIISION.
A S the time is drawing near when the trip will
fl take place, on the Railroad, to that Wonder of
Wondere r 'Tit.EIVIAGARA FAVLS,
we would remind the citizens of Lebanon county,
before this triptakeoploce, that it will be neces
sary to supply themselves with all kinds of fash
ionable Dry Goods, so - as to, appear in suit desira
ble for the occasion, and therefore would adyiso
all such as - wiSh,tir rig ilienisti-ei - off and appear
as Youn r_r America, to call- ot the wonderful
Now is the time for eVery person to call and ex
amine that :wonderful Bee hive, under the Mam
The peCuliar Constriction nod the enormous
stock of Honey will be to every" person's interest
to observe., - •
HONEY is universally admitted to be agreea
ble to the Mate Ore Very person; and the proper
place to get it is known to he the bee hive; con
sequently every person desiring their taste suited,
need but remember that the Bee liivi is - die place
The superiority of this Great Hive, aside from
the enormous stock constantly in Store, is also ev
ident fromthafact that those Bees assume quite
a different disposition, with regrard to their gath
erings, to what other Bees do: instead of driving;
visitors away by .flying at them in a haughty
manner, and humining some. unintelligible Lan
guage in their ears, and, send them away lament
ing and crying with disappointMent and pain, for
having to leave without getting a bit of .good
Honey, and being bady stung in the, bargain,—
they are-kindly disposed to solicit. the friendship,
and cherish the visits, of neighborsand strangers,.
and endeavor, in every way, to treatthem 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 rejoicing,
with the Great Bargains, and-frequently exclaim
ing, with overwhelming joy, "Behold this is the
place for Honey !" .
It will also be found that the bees of this
Hive have not,lieeliMpg idle.durbg the winter,
and particulaile snick file tint -appearance of
Summer, when a pOrtitin of them immediately
flew off to.the flowery East, where theia:gather
ings never failed to be the Inca - choice of the seas
on- Having just returned front : them WO tour
this from they urapreffared to
show . their-numerous• filends - the handsomest se
lections eVer;broughtWthisporough, embracing
in variety-a cal:ether:kit every article in theirlino
that necessity, fancy and : fashion - can conceive.—
In short, their store is eiimpleta; , ritid an iavita
tion is extended to all wholielinve in the truth of
honey being: sWeet,.nr irallie the satisfaction of
having their taste, suited. Step - into the Bee
Hive Store..., The larg? - swarms.that are continu
ally moving Wand fro,,hishig at; aroup.d and
about, is another evidenCe that: their IWers have
.not` tien in vain; or retintin , unappreciated by a
.patronizing public; "'The • merits - of this great
Ilive'have not only bedothe apparent': at home,
-but its famels alsolastsptvading,itself through
out the land, .
-- GEORGE du
.PHEL - LENBERGER:
Lebanon, June 10;185i.
N o LAIYANON A HEAD
11UAC" : "T I N&T .P glo ‘.
Groeeries, . Queenstoare, 4c.,
.FUNCK- Itt.- BRO.,
A AT THE
Iff11; . ; A ' .
'll l ll orta coanon..•
• •• • •
lATHO invite the attention of purchasers to their
V V very eitensive stock of FRESH GOODS,
embracing. erery-variety-of DRESS GOODS,. for
Ladies, anal Ge7ntlenten,Thiell they ate prepared
to offer to reliiibl and:Pronipt customers; at the
pifirilnteeilig'4,v4ry reasonabfe satis
factiv.,...Pleuse exatuiugAbefere purchasing else
wifere. ',MOOS K. FHNCK,
.? ..J(1 I'S
'Ruler° 'Tull A ,
FORTItES; I'.E 7 I II PF.R. RINGWORM
AN„'ED-fOr any , E . ruption , c4 : -Eieoriation of the Skin,
, -whetheiort the head. face. arms or other parts of
'the body. uleora" - km- sores: and pimples on the face,
Inalib%.speEdilfeWly EA, (if the Recto Mistura.
To those aspalially,• thatare:sufering from the Pilo, we
offer a sure remedy,: _ • •
Froth iteCi•ifrAnterlini. Pastor' Geriiida Church, Cor.
Conway and Sharp streets:
FOr the benefit of the afflicted, I feel it a duty to state
`what a blessinia medicine. known-bp the name of -hull's
Recto Mietura." has been tome. a-•liare been allikted
, with•Ahe Piles for eight years.-during which time I tried
zal.T,Ouir.remedies, as a_ practitioner. and, many others,
•.bur without success_ Daring heard.of Mr. Bull's Pile
- Remedy, I tried it ; and though - TuSid but one half-bot
lTe“: can say that lam perfebtlrcured. I also used it
-in a .violent ease of Totter, which extended over the whole
body, and in less.tban two weeks it disappeared, and
the skin became clean and. smooth. I strictly adhered to
the directions., SAMUEL ENTERLIIE.
Sold, Wholt*le and Retail, by D. S. Reber, Druggist,
Lebanon; Ta.,^ solo agent-for - Lebanon county. •
natal, : '••
fIORCELAN and Clay-Pipe:4 Cigar-Mims, nt
ang.19,'57. REIZENSTRIN‘b BRO..