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"In tho school-room while wo stay,
There is work enoughi to- du;
-Study, study, through the day,
'Keep our lessons all in view,
'There's no time to waste or lose,
Evory moment WO should use;
Per the hours are gliding fast,
Soon our school-days will be past."
Speak not, rather than speak ill.
"Sealed proposals," as the chap said
iv/Isaias kissed his sweetheart,
ozr A kiss, says an ingenous author•
iity, is like the creatiou, because it is
made of nothing, and is .very good.
A love.letter, however, is a "prayer
4:of the heart," ”and should be assacred
;as the-secrets of the confessional.
Young ladies are like arrows, they are
'all in a quiver when the boys come, and
tean't go off without them.
MI women -love breeches, exenpt
!breeches of promise, and even then they
-are not pgrtioular if there's money in
Fortminam - was ninety-eight ; years.of
iage when a young lady •asked him at
what.peried of life man lost the taste of
"Indeed," replied the old „gentleman,
-"you must ask that question of some
one older than myself."
A.Bwaur Bov.—"Father, did.pou,ev
,er have another wife beaides.mother ?"
"No, my boy ; what possessed you to
disk such a question'?"
"Because I saw the 'old family Bible
'where you married Anna Domin . y .in
4835, and that isn,t mother for.her name
'WHAT is a slur in music ? Almost
, any remark one singer makes about an
'other. Second—What is beating time?
-Singing so fast that time cannot keep
pup with you. Third—What is a rest
'Going out .of the choir to get some re
.freshments. What is a staccato move-
Inent ? Leaving the choir in a huff, be
cause dissatisfied with the leader's re
quirements. Fifth—What is a swell
1.4 professor , of music who pretends to
knoweverythingabout thescience, while
'he cannot conceal his-own ignorance.
rowErts or MEmoutt.--Boys are some.
'limes endowed with remarkable mem
ories. We know a family in this city
consisting of - one girl and one boy—the
latter about 7 years old. Thev were
.sitting one evening around the table, en
;gaged in telling each other how far back
+they could recollect. The little girl
'recollected when she had a "doll that
- cried." The boy here spoke up and
, said that he recollected worse than that.
'Wow worse," chimed in half a dozen
voices in a breath. "Why I recollect
lour weeks afore I was born, and I cried
;al.l the time, for fear Pd be a gal !"
!MARYLAND STATE LOTTERIES !
CORBIN & CO.,
A- RE authorized by the Managers to fill all or
-a- de : rig. for Packages ) Tickets or Shares, in the
These Lotteries are drawn in public in the city
, Ofilaltimove under the Superintendence of the
State Lottery Commissioner,
Who guarantees' the fairness of .the Drawings, and
the official drawn numbers are published in the
journals of the city of Baltimore, with his certift
-cate bearing his signature.
.-ALL PRICES ARE GUARANTEED BY TUE STATE.
One Ti iai may make you Inds for Life/
Splendid Schemes Drawing Daily.
INV' Send your orders to CORBIN CO., the
4 01d - Established Authorized Agents who have sold
snore prizes, than any other office in the State of
PATAPSCO INSTITUTE LOTTERY.
This favorite Lottery is drawn daily. The Cap
ital Prizes are $B.OOO, $7.000, $6.000, $5.500, ac.
.Single Tickets, One Dollar.
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES.
:26 Whole Tickets, $l6 00 I 26 Half Tickets, $8 00
26 Quarter Tickets,. $4 00.
Nothing Venture. Nothing Gained.
'Tickets bought by the Package are always the
Most profitable to the purchasers.
Ycii $25 we send package 'Wholes, Helves k Quarters.
J'ar $lO we send package Halves and 2 Whole tickets.
Tor $b 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 I
1 Prise of $7.000 is $7.000 207 Prizes of $2O are $4.140
1. prize of 1.341 is 1.941 132 prizes of 10 are 1.820
.3 prizes of /.000 are 3.000 132 prices of 4 are 528
4 prizes of 400 are 1.600 4.092 prizes of 2 are 8.184
4 prima of 100 are 400 25.740 prizes pf 1 are 25.740
:30.316 prizes, amounting to . . . . . . . $53.253
. . POKOMOKE LOTTERY.
' • CAPITAL PIZIZE, 624.0001
Czess Fivx.—CERTIFICATE 'OF PACKAGES.
26 Wholes, $BO 001 26 Halves,s4o 00
.26 Quarters, 20 00 1 26 Eighths, 10 00
• 1 Prigs of $24.000 is
6 prizes of 2.000 are
6 prizes of 3.000 are
20 prizes of 689 are
20 prizes of 400 are
20 prizes of 300 are
20 prizes of 200 are
"127 prises'of - 100 are
63 prizes of . 50 are
113 prizes of 40 are
103 prizes of 30 are
`63 prizes of 20 are
3.906 prizes of 10 are
:23.436 prizes of 5 are
StiBl4 -Pitizes:, making - • • $263.347
Tickets $5--Shares in Proportion.
Locus, THIS IS WORTH A TIIIAL.
MARYLAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY!
for the benefit of the SUSQUEHANNA CANA.E. '
I Prize of, $30.000 is $30.000
I prize of 10.000 is 10.000
1 prizesof 5.000 is 5.000
1 prize of 3.907 is 3.907
.411,r100 prizes of 1.000 are 100.000
25 prizes of 600 are 12.500
25 prizes of 300 are 7.600
436-prizes of 200 'are . 13.200
: '63 prizes of 100 are • 8.600
132 prizes of 80 are 10160
132 prizes of 80 are 7.920
132 prizes of 40 axe 5.280
3:894 prizes of 20 are • ' 72.880
26.740 prizei of 10 are 257.400
10.318 Prizes, amounting to . $547.747
- CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES.
/6 Whole tleketa, $l3l 801 26 Half tickets, $66 OD
26 Quarter 33 00 126 Eighths " /3 00
fiekits 1619—Shares Iroportion.
We invariably answer letters by return mail en
closing the tickets in a good safe envelope, and al:
ways obierve the strictest confidence. After the
drawing is'over, we send the official drawing; with
a Written - explanation of the result of the venture.
All priscS bought at this office are payable immedi
ately after the drawing in Current Money, and wo
As ?, .Beialc NOtes of any State, or Banit_Prafteiln
$ nt for Tickets at , par. Por.odd amounts in
en t , , change we receive postage- Stampeji:thay
bu i t t4,- convenient than silver.- Correppud
miscarringithe utmost oonfideMeh lil'ilteliegu
reded to net of the mails, as very few or`no
p os s offi ce , Eledkey happen when properly di.
o r weingletrial, 3r s creefrd that you mention your
One single trial mat....,State. Give us at least
unt. TRT Ili. , - Ther e much, if not gain.
fa Address ,'xt independent for
It k. 2190 Post Gil‘e - such word 84
or c or derOeiffckets in in a CO.
Lottitiem. PreinPtijr•a4euded toe , -,.,, re , i i id ..
Wall es list of soVLibe Lotteries _ land
evaistes. -r g iitl 4 lo oo 2. I
ferll.--- 4 -! - ' • Vu 1)),-con
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NEARLY 2,000,000 FEET!
F the best and cheapest assortment of Ltnuann
ever offered to the public, at the new and ex
tensive LIMBER AND COAL YARD of
in the Borough of North Lebanon, on the bank of
the Union Canal„ at the head of Walnut street, a
fewsquares North of the new Steam Mill, and one
square east of Borguer's Hotel.
His assortmenteonsists of the best well seasoned
White, Yellow, Norway, Pine ‘4, Ilemlock.Boards;
Cherry, Poplar ' and Pine Boards.
Ili and 2 inch Pannel and Common. Plank;
White Pine and Hemlock Scantling ancliJoists;
White Oak Boards, Plank and Scantling;
1 & inch Poplar Boards, Plank & Scantling.'
SHINGLES 1 SHINGLES ! !
The best Pine and Hemlock Shingles;
Also, Roofing and -Plastering Laths;
Chestnut Rails and Posts, and Failings 'for
fences and fencing Boards;
FLOORING BOARDS of till sizes do descriptions.
COAL! COAL I ! COAL ! ! !
The largest stook of Broken, Stove s' Limeburn
ere-and Hollidaysburg Smith Coal, at the lowest
Or - Confident that holies the largest and hest
assortment of 'Mutsu of all descriptions and siz
es, as well as thelargest stock of the different kinds
of COAL, ever offered to the citizens of Lebanon
county, be ventures to say that be can lICCOMDIO
- all purchasers satisfactorily, and would there
fore invite all who want anything in his line, to
.examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere.
North Lebanon Borough, July 22, '57.
LUMBER YARD. .
This 'gray effyipte Want_Cheap Lumber.
OffilHE undersigned have lately formed a part
nership for the purpose of-engaging in the
Lumber Business, on a new plan, would respect
fully Inform the publio large,!that their place
of business is David Bowman's old Lumber Yard,
in •EaStlebanon, fronting on Chestnut street, 1
square from the Evangelical church. They hate
enlarged the yard, and filled itwielra'new and ex
cellent assortment of all'llinds of Lumber, such as
BOARDS, PLANKS, jOISTS, LATHS, SHINDLES, AND
of all lengths and thicknesses. In short, they
keep constantly on band, a full and well-season
ed assortment of all kirids of BUILDING MATE
RIALS. Persons in want of anything in their
line are invited to call, .examine their stook, and
earn their Trim. "Thankful for past favors, they
hope, that by attention to businesss and moder
ate prices, to merit a continuance of 'public pat
ronage. BOWMAN, lIAUER k CAPP.
Lebanon, April 8,1857.—1 y.
Lumber and Coal.
_5OOO MEN WANTED ! to come and buy
their LUMBER and COAL at the as
tonishingly low prices :which I am now determin
ed to sell at.
Now is the tiree t lf you wish to save your money,
to come to the New Lumber and Coal yard, located
between the Old Lutheran Church and Myers a
Shours' Steam Mill, and one square north of the
Court House, in Walnut street, in the borough of
-Lebanon, where is a well selected stock of all kinds
of Building Materials, consisting of
500,000 ft. Boards,
300, 000 'Shingles
200,000 ft:Joist a Seedling,
60,000 ft. hemlock boards,
00,000 ft. do fene'g b'ds.
Also,Planks, Plastering and Roofing Lath, all
of which will be sold, wholesale or retail, at Mid
dletown prices, except a small advance for freight.
Also, all kinds of the best COAL the market can
produce, such as Broken Egg, Stove,Chestnut,
Limeburners' and Hollidaysburg Blacksmith's
Coal, which will be sold almost at cost.
JOHN IL WITMEYER,
Lebanon, June 24,1557.
LIMBER AND COAL
ever offered heretofore to the public,
AT THE OLD YARD IN
*Vora Lebanon Morongb,
(FORXERLY OCCUPIED BY manic & REINOE EL,)
Situated on East 4. West side of Mar-
Tcet street, at Union Canal.
jIIE undersigned take this Taethocl'of 'inform
al mg the citizens of Lebanon and suiroundng
Counties ' .that they have now on boa. a largo
stock of WEr.iL SEASONED LUMBER, and aro
constantly receiving additions thereto. Their as..
sortment consists in part of
White and Yellow PINE and EEMLOCK
17 inch and 2 inch PANNEI and 00)DION
White PINE and HEMLOCK' Sce,TLrvG and Joisrs
1 inch and inch , 01rEltRY BOARDS,
PLANKS and TABLE LEGS.
Aho, 1 inch and inch POPLAR ROARS,
PLANKS and SCANTLING.
HARD WOOD, ,
lituch as ASH and WRITE OAK BOARDS,
PLANKS and SCANTING.
SHINGLES, SHINGLES, SHINGLES !
A great assortment of good Pr.ve and HEMLOCK
SHINGLES. Also, Roofmo and PLASTERING
lATIIS. Also, Rams, POSTS, and ready topped
PALINGS for fencing.
Fleoriv hoards, Doors and Tlrindozo Sash.
Of which they positively have the largest and
boat assortment ever offered in this section of
COA L ! COAL ! ! COAL! 11
They keep constantly on hand the best quality
of Broken, Stone and Livieboraers' COAL. Also,
the best quality of Hollidaysburg Smith' Coal,
which are sold at reduced prices.
ice,. Having now on hand much the largest
and cornpletest assortment of-Lumber ever offered
to the public in Lebanon, they feel confident of
being able sailsfactorify to accommodate all pur
chasers, and would, therefore, invite an examina
tion of their stock before purchasing elsewhere.
P.BLNCNIIILS' 4 tifBILY.
North Lebanon Borough, Sept. 17, 15 . 56.
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!!
THAT the Locorootiie *ill soon pass through
L Lebanon ' and as Barns and Houses will be in
danger from Fire thereof,
James N. Rogers
Begs leave to inform the inhabitants of Lebanon
and vicinity, that ho will
Cover-Barits.Aznit Houses. with. Tin,
Also, thankful for the patronage he has rkeiv
ed, he embraces this opportunity of informing the
public generally, that he has on hand,
from a tea spoon to a boiler of any size; all kinds o
of the most improved patterns. Ati- Also, JOB
BING, SPOUTING, ito., done at the shortestno.
tico and on reasonable terms. His place of busi
ness is in Market street, two doors south of the
Lebanon Bank. JAMES N. ROGERS.
N. B.—The highest market prides paid for
OLD COPPED, LEAD and Pr.wrott or taken in ex
changefor work or ware. (Ltd., may 13, '57.
111,00 KS ! BOOKS ! !
"it tar, Lttiatwovied, respectfully receive,
from the Eastern Cities caplets of all the most important
and attractive New Balks; as soon as published, which.
they offer for sale cheaper than they can 'be purchased
elsewhere. Among those lately, received are--
Dr. Kane's Expedition. in 2 Vols. -
Prescott's history of Charles V., in 3 Vols.
Recollections of a Life Time, in 2 Vols., by 8, G.
Goodrich, - Author of Pater Parley's Tales.
Autobiography of Peter Cartwright, and other
Carpenter's Assistant and Rural Architect,
American Architect; by J. W. RBA.
Downing's Cottage Residences and. Cottage Grounds.
The Econoinic Cottage Builder.
They hare always on hand a large assortment of School
Books, Blank Books and .
STAT I 0--N ERY.
Also, Sunday School Books, and Musk Books,
among which is
BY B. D, SPeamer.
Also, Piano Forte, Ileiodeon and, Violin Instructors.
PARE R NGINGS,
of Foredgn and 'Domestic Manufacture,
TIM Mont 1 11 y Magazines,
5 seta kb°
NEWSPAPERS,, daily + Weekly;
Canbe joil by otallogg at. the itotit, on eumberitutd - streot,
In the boioalth of•Leuinon, “A thealigitathe"Bigilook.."
unit, win be prowl:ay Ottitidfitt to. ' -
Libation APO Of ASK.
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The plib i
• NEW S'T'AND IN MARKET ST.,
one squaro north of Union Hall, Lebanon, Pa.,
where he will attend personally to all who•will
favor him with their patronage.
He would also return his sinere thanks for the
liberal patronage afforded him since opening in
business, anutfeeling the more encouraged by the
interest manifested in his behalf by the public, ho
enters upon a new season with renewed energy,
despatching business with apromptnes.s becoming
an honest mechanic.
_OSP Terms Reasonable. Call and Examine.
J. E. DAUGHERTY.
Lebanon, April 3, 1857.
P. S.—Also, a number of select Linacetonc 'Door
Sins, for the novommodation of building men and
contractors, who' would do well to call and exam
ine. J: E. D.
Lebanon Marble Yard.
THE subscriber respectfully informs
the public in general that he is
prepared to do all kinds of FANCY AND OaxamEzetAL work
at Ilia 'Marble Yard, in Walnutstreet, half way between
the Court Rouse and Lebanon Valley Railroad Depot,
at the shortest notice, as good as work done in any city
in the United States, and being the only Stone Cutter in
Lebanon county who has served irregular apprenticeship
to the business, he pledues himself that Imam manufac•
tore cheaper, and give a better finish than any other
man engaged in the same business. Ills stock consists of
Monuments, crave Stones, Mantels,
Cemetery Posts; Furniture-Slabs, dre.
Also, SANDSTONE of the best quality for all uses,
plain and ornamental. A large assortment of LIME
STONE for all kinds of housework, of any size and
quantity. irry-Pleasc call and examine prices and'• the
stock before you purchase elsewhere._ _ _
Lebanon, December 19,1865.
N. B,—LETTERING done in German and linglish, by
thi best practical workmen
To No. 4, Eagle Buildings.
Fashionable Hat and Cap Store,
Market Square, Lebanon, Pa.
THE undersigned hereby informs his friends
and the:in/bac in general, that be 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. Ilis stock consists of -Bea
ver Nutria, Russia, Cassimere Moleskin, Silk,
Soft Rats, &e., which he will dispose of at the
lowest prices. All his Hat-Bare manufactured un
der his own immediate superintendence, and he
feels warranted in saying, that for durability and
=finish they cannot be surpassed. Country titer
4hants,. visiting Lebanon, dealing in . hats and
caps, can -Le supplied at wholesale prices, from
one to a dozen, such sizes as they may want.
ts.. N. B.—Pox, Mink, Muskrat, and Rabbit,
Skins wanted, for which, the highest market
prices will be paid. [Lob., Peb.:6, 1856.
Of Jr: .IVI. Good's Book Store.
TDB undersigned, having removed his 'New and
Cheap Book Store, to Market square, 2 doors
north of Dr. Gutt.Forth's New Building, Market
it., where ho will be pleased to see all of Ids old
.irieuds, and those desirious of having articles in
his line. With a determination of selling cheap
er than can be purchased elsewhere, he would re
spectfully call the attention of the :public to his
SiLles;-11111pnn and. Prayer Noo'ks, Mis
cellaneous, Blank and School Books,
Wall and Window Paper,
Stationery, and every article in his line of busi
ness. Also, Pocket Diaries and Almanacs for
1857. All the Magazines and Newspapers, both
daily and weekly, to be had at Publisher's rates.
All orders for articles in his line earefully'and
promptly attended to, by the undersigned.
Lebanon, Jan. 14, 1857. J. M. GOOD.
JAMES F. MAXWELL,
Improved Fire and Water Proof
11011 ESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of Har
risburg, Reading, Lancaster, Lebanon, and
their vicinities, that we are prepared to pat on
roofs on most liberal terms, and at the shortest
We respectfully call the attention of persons a
bout to build, to our invaluable method'of roofing,
now much used throughout the principal cities of
the United States and their vicinities. This mode
of roofing having all the combined requisites of
cheapness, Durability, and Security against Fire'
and Water, and dispensing with high gablewalls;
theroofs require an inclination of not more than
three-quarters (4) of, an inch to the foot, and in
many cases saving the entire cost of rafters—the
ceilingjoist being used.
The gutters are made of the same material,
without any extra charges ; consequently, our
roofs are put up at almost half the cost of either
Tin, Slate, or Shingles. The material being of
an imperishable nature, it surpasses all others in
Durability ;—besides, in case of any casualty, it
is the most easily repaired of any other roof now
in use. Yet, the best proof we can offer as to its
being both fire and water proof, are our,many re
ferences, to any one
. of whom wo are at liberty
N. B.—But let it be distinctly understood,
(since we manufacture our own composition; and
do the work in person,) that we warrant all our
work proof against both Fire and Water ; if they
prove contrary, we will most willingly abide the
The materials being mostly non-conductors of
heat, no roof is-so cool in summer, or so warm in
winter. ,Those wishing to use our roof should
give thelifters a pitch of about one inch to the
foot " [Envy 27, 1854.-4 w.
ROVER'S LIQUID . HAIR
HIS HAIR DYE needs only a trial to satisfy'
all of its perfection as a Dye, and the follow
ing testimonial from that eminent Analytic
Chemist, Professor Booth, of the U. S. Mint, will
only confirm what- thousands have previously
borne testimony to.
"Laboratory for Practical Chemistry, 1 .
ST. STEPHEN'S PLACE,
Philadelphia, February 17th, 1357.
"Being well acquainted with the substances
composing Rover's Liquid Hair Dye, I am satis
fied that by following the simple directions given
for its use, it will not injure the Hair or Skin, but
will give a natured and durable color to the hair.
JAMBS C. BOOTH, Analytic Chemist."
ROVER'S WRITING INNS, including Hover'e
Flidid, and .ffover'e Indelible Inks, are too well
known and introduced to require any additional
testimony of their character. The sales have
been increasing since their first introduction, giv
ing evidence that the articles truly possess that
intrinsic merit claimed at first for them by the
Orders, addroseed to the Manufactory, No. 416
RACE etrect above FOURTH, (old No. 144,)
Philadelphia, will receive prompt attention by
JOSEPH E. HOVER,
April IS, 1857.-Iy.] ISfanufacturer.
44 Washington Mouse?
Cumberland Street, Lebanon, Pa.
THE undersigned, having taken this old" and
favorite stand, and having refitted it in the
best style, is now prepared to accommodate the
public, and entertain strangers and travellers in
the best, modern style. The House, is commodi
ous and pleasant..,The TABLE shall bo well pro:.
vided for, and the BAR contain nona'.but the
PIIRSST Ltorroas. The STABLING attached to
the Hotel is large and roomy, and capable of ac
commodating agreat number ofgonea. • •
H- To his friends and acqu aintances in:Leb
oson oounty, as as to all others; be'estends
a cordial invitatiorko make his nOVIBO their:strait
when !irialtini Lebanon.
April" 29, 1857. DAVID HOFFMAN.
NEW FURNITURE STORE;
Dundore k Ones
}SAVE just opened the finest, largest and
11 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 oeFurmitutt) to give them a.
call before purchasing.
They have on band a large assortment of Sofas,
Tote-a-totes, Lounges, Centre, Pier, Card and
ether Tables, What Nets Hat Racks, &c. Also,
itlargo and cheap stock of Stuffed, Cane-seat,
and common Chairs, Settees, Bedsteads, and a
lot of Cheap 'Mattresses. Also, Looking Glasses,
—Gilt, Rosewood and Mahogany—very cheap.
Venetian Blinds 3 Carriages, Gigs and Hobby
horses, for children-; and a large stibek, too nu
merous to mention. Particular attention paid to
UNDERTAKING. We have provided ourselves
with the FINEST HEARSE IN LEBANON,
and will manufacture Colfins andattend Funerals,
at the shortest notice and most reasonoVe terms.
April 29, 1857. DUNDORE A OYES.
IF TOO 'WANT A
Cleeop Looking Glass,
Gilt, Roaftood or Mahogany, or VenitMh . Blinds,
'GO to DUNDORE & 'OVES.
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.
'Me invites Merchants and dealers us
blots 'and Shoes,
and every one who wishes to purchase faShiona
ble and der:dile articles in his line, to cell and ex
amine fer . themselves, his large and varied stock.
'He is determined to surpass all competition in
the manufacture of every article in his business,
suitable for any market in the 'Union. A' due
care is taken in regard to materials and workman,
ship; none but the best quality of Leather and
other materials are used, and none but the best
workmen aro employed.
P. S.—He -returns his sincere thinks to hit
friends forttlie very liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed on him. He hopes by strict attention
to business and 'endeavoring to please his caste
thers,lo merit a share of public patronage.
Lebanon:l)ot. 17, 18afi.
THINS ,tiIdoADAM are ready to ready to
jillk accommodate ererybody'a:ith Boots, Shoes,
Trunks and Traveling bags.
BOOT & ShOE STORE
IXTIT El many thanks to my patrons for their
V liberal patronage thus fur bestowed, and
the determination to merit a continuation of the
same, I am now reedy, Ladies and Gentlemen,
(baring disposed of my winter stock,) to offer you
a well selected Spring and summer stock. Coble
and see and judge for yourselves.
I will tell you the place, and you ne'er will forget,
When you once behold Graeff's beautiful fit
Of Gaiters, Briars or Buskins which greet
'With a graceful appearance on died:Aldine' feat.
My place may be found on Cumberland street,
Where each of my friends I welcomely greet,
bare may be found all patterns well made, .
Got up in tall style for the opening Spring trade
Come gentlemen, you that want a good boot.
I bave got a Spring fiahion that surely will suit,.
ItttiCalf or a Kip of good mechanical skill,
Suet give me a call vim you at will.
Ladie - s and Gentlemen,
I also-would call your attention to My well se
lected stock of. Summer Shoes, comprising 5 or 6
different-kinds, which I will dispose of at reasona
tile prices, under -a good insurance of excellent
• N. B.—Travelers now is your time, if you wish
to see a large assortment of Trunks, Valises, and
different kinds of Bags. Conte'dne, come all.
• marsh 25, 1857.
TIUNS & McADAM have a splendbl assort
wont of Boots, Shoes, Trunks nail Travel
Nona G.I.BBER. GEORGE oxsssrt,
Boots, Slioes Bats Caps,
Trkiiirs, 4-c., 4-c.
TEE subscribers respectfully invite the attention
of the citizens of Lebanon and vicinity to an
examination•of their new rtock of goods just re
ccivedtrcnn 42'hiladelphia. They have a general
assortment of the latest, styles of all kinds of
Home-Jlit*'aitd Oily Work,
and also snake to order, at short notice, any' as.;
tiele in their line that may ho wanted.
1,14 V" -Don't forget that the, store has been 're
moved from the old location, to "Phreaner's Old
Building," nest door to the Washington Rouse,
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 lino.
Leb., per. 22, 1857.) J. et, G. GASSER.
A'TKINS & MoADAM have" just received a
new stock of Boots, Shoes, Truaks and
Philip I'. itleCaully, -
Fashionable Boot and Shoe Maker
ow Cumberland street, One door >Bast of the
Black Horse Hotel.
The subscriber desires to in
form the'public that hohas open- w as
ed as above, 7here he is prepar
ed to execute orders for Boots
and Shoes of the finest finish and style, and equal,
if not superior, to any heretofore offered to the
public. ' .rmay 27, .1857.
TKINS has just returned from the city with
OM his new stock of Boots, Shoes, Trunks and
Tra.: aling bags.
,t - Forger Convicted.
(t) JOHN S. DYE IS THE'AUTHOR,
tiWho has bad 10 years' experienceas a Bank
er and Publisher, and-Autho r of
O A series of Lectures at the Broad
i...a way Tabernacle,
i""•• when, for 10 successive nights, over
Or , 50;000 People
* Greeted hire with rounds of Applause, while
p:. he exhibited the manner in which coun
terfeiters execute their Frauds, and
)11111 the surest and shortest means
, of Detecting them
(1) The Band Note Engravers all say
$5: that he is the , greatest judge of pa.
in per money Jiving.
t -- 1 REATEST DISCOVERY OP
%Jr the Prlsent Century for
oa k DetectineCounterfeit Bank Note,.
1 / 4 - en
aDescribing every Genuine Bill in existence,
I"'• and axhibiting , at a glance every Coun
terfeit in Circulation!!
n Arranged so, admirably, that
= Reference is Easy and
0 Detection Instantaneou s. t 7. l ., No index to examine !
„ 4 ,•••'• No pages to hunt up !
‘..0 But so simplified and arranged, that the
= Merchant, Banker and Business man can
See all at a Glance.
•C) - -
English, French. and German.
a ) Thus each may read the same in his
0 1 own Native Tongue.
i n aMost Perfect Bank Note List
- list o f
s PAII the Private Bankers in America.
1 ::: ) A Complete summary of the Finance of En
Grope and and America will be published in each'
redition, together with all the important • :1,
News of the Day.
, Ar ! so,
n A Series of Tides,
0 From an:old manuscript foindin the East:
Nti It furnishes the most complete gistory. of
/".. Oriental- life
mo Describing the most perplexing positions .
in 'which the ladies and gentlemen of that
country have-been so often found. These
stories will continue throughout the whole
year, and will prove the most entertaining i
et, ever offered to the public. • . ,
0 42p...Prirnished Weekly to subscribers on-
ssed to a year. All letters must be ad.. 1 1
e..e jOHN S. DYE, Broker.
..--` Publisher and Proprietor, 70 Wall street,
April 22; ma. New York.
PALL tuul exatoine_the new stock of Atkins a
Li lie:Adam' Conte :soon and purchase your
Boots,lhces, as, at A.tkins a ItlcAdam's.
Dr. Ross 'rug Store
Opposite the Court House, Lebanon, Pa.
DR. 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 up things in
the first style. Purchasers will please maim • a
note of these facts.
or the Permanent Cure Of Neu-
Igia, St. Vitus' Dance, and all
ler Nervous ' s discalies, sold by
certain cure for the Pilo.s
in, For the cure of all fern. die.
'. H. 11. Higbee's Remedy,
the cure of Coughs, Colds
ttrooa's Hair Restorative,
...a. pr.. the growth of hair, always to be
had at the principal drug depot of Dr. Ross.
The beg tonic in use for strengthening the hu
man system, sold only by Dr. Ross.
Dr. littsting's Syrup of Naphtha,
Is fastlnperseding all other medicines for tho
cfre of Consumption and Bronditiiis. Dr. Ross,
Ableti's Razor Powder)
For Razor Straps.
Pure Ohio Catawba Brandy-- , h 'Pure and safo
article for medical use, to be had at Dr. Ross'.
Allen's Liniment, for Rheumatism.
Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorative
- • an unfailing restorer of the Hair,
is taking the lead Of =aH other
:mediesldr the hair. Igo toilet is
..,Meet without mrs. Allen's Hair
Restorative. Call at Dr. Ross'
, rug Store for rm. Allen's Hair
lestorative. See adv. in another col.
Dr. Ross' Worm Lozenges
,re_as sweet as sugar and a certain
irc for Worms.
Dr..ROss' Infant Drops,
f restlessness, colic pains, Jtc., of
children. Sold only at Dr. Ross' Drug Store.
Cough. Cured f o r Twenty-five Cents.
Dr. Plysiek's Cough Syrup is the cheapest and
best remedy for Coughs,eoldsoice. Call at Dr.R054%
Dr. Ross' Horse Powder
Is thebest liorse Powder in use.
Dr. Ross' Cattle Powder
Is fast taking the place of all other Cattle Powders
Dr. Ross' :Horse Liniment,
For thd cure of Old Strains, Swellings , Bruises,
aco. Sold'bdty'hyDr. Roes.
Dr. Ross' Eye !Salve,
For the cure of sore, weak or inflamed eyes. In
dividuals who have been afflictethvith diseases of
the eyes, for months and years, have been entire
ly cured by the use of Dr. Ross' Eye Salve.
• Fresh Garden Seeds
greatrariety at Dr. Ross' Drug Store.
Dr. Ross' Teller Ointment.
Persons afflicted with tatter, ringworm, andva
riods other akin diseases, will find 'various efficient
medicines for their cure at Dr. Ross' Drug Store.
Dr. Ross' Tooth Wash
Ts a very superior preparation for the Teeth and
Gums. It whitens, cleans and preserve , the teeth,
and hardens the gums. It prevents and dares
Scurvy. Try it, by all means, if you value a
Sweet breath and white teeth; Ask for Dr. Rose
Tooth Wash. . .
..Embrocati,ori for .fforser
Has no superior for 'the cure of swellings, bruises,
galls produced, by the collar or saddle, scratches,
old or fresh wounds. Ask for Thsyl's Embrocation.
'Dr. Ross has a variety of Trusses—for infants,
children or grown qmoplo. Unless a Truss fits, it
is worse than useress—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.
Ono boa of Saponifier, costing 19 cents, will
make 9 pounds of hard soap, .trrls gallons of soft*
soap, without any trouble. ktiilAiroctons given.
Sold at Dr. Ross' Drug Store. [April 8, 1557.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WM. YOUNG
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WM. 'YOUNG
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MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WU. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WM YOUNG
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MARRIAGE GUIDE by Br. WM. YOUNG
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WE. YOUNG
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WM. YOUNG
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WIM. YOUNG
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WM. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by Dr. WM. YOUNG
MARRIAGE ORME by Dr. WM. YOUNG
MARRIAGE GUM by Dr. WDI. 'YOUNG
MARRIAGE GUIDE.—YOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIO
LOGICAL WORK, The PocketEsculapius, or Every One
His Own Doctor, by Vit. YOUNG, XL D. it is written in
plain language for the general reader, nod 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 cme should be
acquainted with. Still, it is a book that must be kept
locked up, and not lie about the house. It will be sent
to any One On the ri).Scipt of twenty fiTP Cent& Addres
Dr. WM. YOUNG, 132 SPRUCE street, above Fourth
Philadelphia. [January 7, 1857.-1 y
WOOS the treatment of Cancers, Tumors, Wens, Mears,
61,41 Scrofula, any Growth or Sore. Chronic Diseases,
generally, can be cured Of curable) without surgical
operation or poison. For particulars, write, Titetediseas
ea plainly, and enclose twenty-five cents flit advice. All
letters must have a postage stamp enclosed to preipay
answer. Idedieino'eten be sent any distance. address
C. L. KILLING, M. D.,
Menhan.i.ealmtg, Cumberland Co. Pa.
.021- Mechanicsburg is S miica from Harris burg, on
the C. V. R. and accessible tomb alt parts of the Union.
Old and young,poorandrich,eome all-we wilido you good.
To those afflicted, who cannot visit me personally, I
will Bond, per mail, on receipt of $5.00 only, a Recipe to
prepare medicine, with full directions for use, &c. State
all particulars. Address as above.
NEW _FIRM. • RADER & BROS.
:LOTa -. N..%av
silt the well-known and . .•
Fashionable Clothing .Store, of
A • A
• BTHREE DOORS 'Me
- WEST OF THE 13
E COURT HOUSE.. E
rrHE Proprietors 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 CLorii
-1511 ever before offered in Lebanon. Their stock
embraces the latest style of garments adapted to
.the.season, via:—Dunes Co/as; Fine, Black Cloth
Frock and Dress Coats. Buanrass COATS; Black,
Brown, Green, Gray, Olive and Fancy Cloth Sin
gle-Breast, Frock and Sack Coats. Sunaza
Coats, of all_ kinds and prices. PANTALOONS;
fine Black Cloth and Don Skin, Fancy Cassimere,
Satinet, Jean and. Corduroy Pants. VESTS; Bl'k
satin fancy silk, Marseilles, of all colors, Cash
mere, Valenola, Satinet, Worsted and Cloth Vests.
Also, on band an assortment of Woolen and
Cotton Undershirts and. Drawers, White and Fig
ured Skirt*, Collars, Cravats, Pocket Handker
chiefis, Suspenders, Fancy Stocks, Gloves, Hosie
ry, Coat Links, Ac.
Returning thanks for past favors, they respect , .
fully ask a continuance of public patronage.
Ritt*- The TAILORING BUSINESS in all its branch
es, is continued as heretofore.
• G. Ir. Dewees,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Manufactnrer of
TT Ornamental and Plain Guilt Looking Glass
es Portrait and• Picture 'Frames of esfery style; a
la ' rge stock of the above always on hand, which I
tvjll fell from 10 to 15 per cent. less than any other
eitabllsbnient in-the city. • • - •
Aap,„Peirrinas AND ENGRAVINGS) Asc. Old
work regnilted v: ite; liberal discount - to the
trede.• • • '• • • 'G. Vi . DEWEES.
Noilhitd etree t, below Race, west side •
APril 29; 1857:.-sm. Philada., Old No. 102
• . .
Preserve • you r Teeth.
GILFORD t LEMBERG/3R prepare an arti
• ole, Pearl Dentrifice, 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 and vigor. Prepared and sold only, at
GUILFORD & LEMBERGRR'S
New. Dreg Store, Market st.
Jarin wry, 7 , 1 8b7. •
SPPFERERS with diwiaaea of,the Bladder, Rid_
nape, Gravel, Drepey, Weekweale,
' :to., read
the ,i4lverti,semen, isnother .,- eolamii; headed
"Releibold's Genuine . Preparation."
'twenty two yea. dy
of Third and Union stooks. Philadelphia, Pa.
Experience has rendered Dr. K. a most suceesifiti
'practitioner In the cure of all diseasesof a private nature,
manhood's debility. as an impediment to marriage; ner
vous and sexual infirmities, diseases of the skin, and
those arising from abuse of mercury. ,
TARN PARTICULAR NOTICR..
There is art evil habit sometimes indulged in by boys,
in solitude, often growing up with them to manhood;
and which, if not reformed in due time, not only begets
serious •obstaeles to matrimonial happiness, but gives
rise to series of protracted, insidious, and devastating
Few of those Of° give way to this pernieious practice
are aware of ,the consequences, until they find the ner
sous system' Shattered, feel strange and unaccountable
sensations, and vague fears in the mind. (Seepages, 27,.
28, 29, of Dr. K.'s book on .Self•Pmervation.l
The unfortunate thus affected becomes feeble, is una
ble to labor with accustomed vigor, or to apply bin
mind to study ; his step hrtardy and weals ;`be is dull,
irresolute,and engages even in his sports with less ener
gy than usual.
lLhe emancipahrbtmself before the practice has done
Its worst, and evitCr matrimony, his marriage is unfruit
ful, and his stile tells him that this is caused by his
early follies. These are considerations which -AM IN
awaken tEe attention of all who are similarly ileditcd.
Ile who !dices himself under Dr. KINRELTIVI treat
ment, may, religiously confide in his honor as a gentle
man. and rely upon the assurance that the secrets of
Dr. K's patients will never be disci:Med.
'Young men—let nO falsematiftlety Miter yontrom mak
:ing your case known• tdtMe who, from education and
respectability, cad certainly b efriend you.
Dr. ELS }JELIN'S residence bee been for the last
'swans vaias at US N. W. Corner of TIIIRD AND
UNION streets, PbOadelphia,.Pa. .
PATIENTS AT.A DISTANCE
Can have (by
. atating. their case explicitly, together
with all their syphuste, per letter enclosing a rebilt
twice) Dr. K.'s medicine, appropriated aceprdlngly.
Forwarded to any part of the Malted. States, and pack
ed secure from DEVAXIE rieOUBIGSITII, by Mail or Ex-
READ l i isploop
orrrl p. si
A Vioosoos Less 611. A PEPAELTUB. I DEATII, KINIMIN ON
. 21 CANIS: -
Letterreontainheita" Critfilleittstamps, will eosUre's
copy, per return of Mitt.- • •
GRATIS I GRATIS! I GRATIS : I . I
A Free GIFT - To
• MISERY 'R'ELIEVED!
“Nature's Guide,". a new exttlipopular Work, full of
valuable advice and impressive warning, alike calculat
ed to prevent years of misery, and save Thous/ces of
lives, is distributed without charge., and forwarded by
mail, prepaid to any Post Office in the United States, on
receiving an order enclosing two•postage stamps.
July 15, 1857.47. .• •
CNSU T I 0 N
Amo,A.u. 3 3
Ihseases of the Lvov , and Tlavat
CURABLE BY INHALATION 1! !
'which conveys the
Remedies to the' earities in the lungs through the
passages, Ana corning in direct contact with'tlfe disease,
neutralizes the tubercular matter, illfays the cough,
causes a free and easy expecte/ellen, heals the lungs,
'purifies the blood, imparts renewed vitality to the Tsar
cons system, giving that tone and energy so indispeusa
hie tbr the restoration of health. To be able to state
confidently that COneumption is curable by Inhalation,
is to me a source of unalloyed pleastire. It is as much
under the control of medical treatment as any other
formidnble disease ; ninety out of every hundred cases
can be cured iu the firstsw, and fifty percent. in the
second; but in the third ta, it is impossible to save
more than five per cent., for the image are so cut up by
the disease as to defy medical AUL Ream, however, in
the last stages, inhalation attfiftde ectraurdinary relief to
the suffering attending this fearful scourge, which an
nually destroys ninety-five thousand persons in the U
nited States alone ; and a correct calculation shows that
of the present population of the earth, eighty millions
are destined to fill the Consumptive's geave.
Truly, the quiver of death has', no ,arrow so fete' 'as
Consumption. In. all ages it has been the great enemy
•of life, for it snares neither age tor' sex, but sweeps off
alike thelweve, the'btisutiful, the grabehri, and the gift
ed. By the help of that Supreme lilting, from whom
cornett every good and perfect gin; I am enabled to offer
to the afflicted a permanent and speedy .cure in. Con
sumption. The first cause of tubercles is from Impure
Blood, end the immediate effect, produced by their depo
sltion in the lungs, is to prevent the free admission of
air IMO theair cells, which censer a weakened vitality
through the entire system. .Then, surely, it is more ra
tional to expect greater .good from medicines entering
the cavities of the lungs, than from those administered
through the stomach ; the patient'will always find the
lungs free and the breathing easy, after Inhaling reuse
dies. True, inhalation is a local remedy, nevertheless,
it acts constitutionally, and with more power and, cer
tainty than remedies administered by the stomach. To
prove the powerful and direct influence of this mode of
administration, chloroform inhaled will destroy sensibil
ity in a few minutes, paralyzing the entire nervous sys
tem so theta limb may be amputated without the slight
eet :pain; inhaling theordinary burning gas' will destroy
life in afew been,. .
The Inhalation of =monis' will ranee tbeeystem plidn
fainting or apparently dead. The odor of many of tlin
.medicims is perceptible in the skin, a few momenta- af
ter being inhaled, and may be immediately detected in
the hl god. A convincing proof of the constitutional ef
fects ofinhalation, is the feet that sickness is always pro
dthed 'by breathing foul air. Is not this positive evi
dence that proper remedies, carefully prepared and judi
ciously administered through the lungs, should produce
the most happy resultsl During eighteen years' prac
tice,: many thousands, suffering from diseases Of the
lungs an throit., have been under my care, and I have
effected many remarkable cures, even after the sufferers
had been pronounced in the last striten '
which fully sat
isfies toe that Coristrniption is no longer a fatal disease.=
My treatment.of Consumpllou is original, and foundixt
on long experience and a thorough investigation. My
perfect miqualitterice with the nature of tubercles, &c.,
enables me to distinguish, readily, the various forms of
disease that 'simulate consumption, and apply the proper
rimediesi rarely being mistaken even in a single case.—
This familiarity,MA connection with certain pathological
microscopic discoveries, enables me to relieve
tholungsfrozn the effects of contracted chests ; to en
large the chest, purify the blood, impart to it renewed vi
tality, giving energy and tone to the entire system.
Medicines,: With full directions, sent to any part of the
United States and Canidaa, by patients oimumnicatiug
their symptoms by letter. But the cure would be more
certain IL the :patient should pay me a visit, which
watdd giVe me imepportunitylo examine the itingg end
enable me to prescribe with much greater certainty ;
and then the cure could be effected without my seeing
'the patient again. • • •
G. W. GRAHAM, N. D.,
Ocoee, flat Filbert St., (old. N 0.., t 109.,) below 12th, .
aulY B ,'/SOlrellaB, 1857.
„1:1.13 - RA 13E R
Wholesale and nitiii/ Druggist,
Corner of Cumberland . et., and Dooalley, few doors
wort from Greenawalt's Hardware Store.
.1 - Lebanon, Penita.
• A) R 11.113., . PERFUNIERY,
ME DAgit NEI., . PAINTS,
o irminc / tripDYE-STUFFS.
Tag nlied having just received a large
and Well-se acted stock of anadulterated
Promelt, ana 'Anioreenn Drugs, Medicines,
Cheinicairh Paints, Pettumwy, Dye-stuffs, Varnish,
Turpentine,' Pine Oil, — Burning Fluid, Surgical
Instruments, Glassware, Brushes, Hair Oils, Toi
let Soaps, Segars, Tobacco and a variety of Fancy
articles - too numerous to mention.
n.: Dye -Stuffs. . •
Bengal. Indigo; , Logwood, Madder, Tumeric,
Annatc . , Ext. Legwood, Cochineal, Copperas, do.
gerinitie Cod-Lirer Oil. Ext. of 'Dande
lion, Medicinal Wines, Brandy; do., Eoia only for
Medicinal purposes at D. S. Rabor's Drug Store,
• For Family Use
Co.es Pianiftefined Gelatine, French Gelatine,
rice Flour, Heeket's Farina, Cora - Starch, Flavor
iqg Extracts ) Lemon, Vanilla, Rose, Orange, Brui
t na, Cacti, Le. also all kinds of ,Spiets,
Ad cheap at Raber's . brog Store. —"
TrUgOes . Trusses!
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A large assortment of the most improycd.styles
of American and Pronch Trusses, varying in
p. lots from 50 cents to $5. Also Hood's Abdom
it al Supporters, Vanhorn's Uteri Abdominal Sup
paters, Vanborn's 'Slidulder Braces, &c., sold
cheap at D. S. Rabei's - Drng Store.
For Horses and Cattle.
Doct. Phroanar's Yellow..Wger.Powder, Con
dition powder, Heave:powder, Heinitch's German
egotable Horse powder,.Doct..d. Worley's Horse
ad Cattle powdet.,. Leader & Co.'s Horse and.
• .atue powder, Merchant's... Gargling Oil, Horse ,
man's Hope,. Hembold's,Liniment; &e.,
Saponifier, pr .:Concentrated
Warranted to snake Soap . . Without Lima jo
with IRO° or no trouble. 'One bbit of Saponifier
costing only 18i cents' will , make 9 pounds of
Hard Soap, or 15 gallons of Soft - Soap.
Sold at D. S. Raber's DruglStore.: • •
J. Gerhard'itlnfallible-itonn Destroying Syr
up, Palineatook* Gallagher's, and 'Dr. daynces
Vermifuge, &cc, alao—Bollowars Vegetable Ver
niifuge ConfectiOnsi, 'Safe and' liffeckeitirremedy
for worms. Thia is a delighted preparation of
sugar, that any child will eat withpleastire. Ask
for Holloway's--aa none other are genuine.
Sold at' D. Haber's' Dnig 'Store.:
All the popular Patkokincllicints, sold at
Cheap Drug Store, Ci*kiiv,X); SatABER'S
fi it., a few doors
Julyfrom GreenawaltiltAkihtkeiMore, •
2 . 3, 1951'3. • • '
Ramboid's Genuine Preparation
Highly CeincentrOted Compound fluid
Hactlisdatisif of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
Weaktessee, Obstructions. Secret diseases. Fo. -
mate Complaints, and all albumen of
.the Sexual . Organs,
Arising from Exempts and Imprudencies hi life, and
moving all Improper Discharges from the Bladder, Kid.
neys,'Or Sexual Organs, whether existing in
•Made or 'Female, • •
From whatever cause they may have originated,
And no Hatter of - How Long Standing - ,
(Helotlth and 'Vigor to the Frame, and
Bloom .. Jo theCteek.
Joy 4o lhe Afflicted !!!
It cures Norvout. and Debi Meted Sufferers. and removei
all the rympton3E, amoneWffich will be found
to Exertion, Lou of
Power, LE TO of Memory,
eral Weakhees, Horror of nks
titke,'Weak Nerves, Trembling,'Dresd
fal Horror of Death, Night Sweats, Cold Feet,
Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Languor, Culver-
sal Lassitude of the Muscular System, often Enorinoui
Appetite, With Dyspeptielffifillam, Mot Hands,
Flushness of the BWy, riness of the akin,
Pallid Countenance and Eruptiens en
the Face, Pain in the Eack, Heir
viness of the Eyelids, Fre
quently Black spots
with Tempoinry suffusion and LOSE of sight ; Want of
Attention, Great Mobility, Restlessness, with Horror
of Society. Nothing is more desirable to such Pi
tients man solitude, and Nothing they more
'Dread for Fear of Themselves no Re
pose of manner, no earnestness, nb
Speculation bat a hurried
transition from one
question to an
, ?These symptoms if allowed to go on—which this med
iffine inrwriably removew , -soon follows Loss of Power,
Fatuity, and EPILEPTIC PlTS'—in one of which thzciut
tient may expire. Who ran say that these excest to
nbt frequently followed by theta direful
SANITY AND CONSUMPTION 2 The recordiof tho In
sane Asylums, and the melancholy deaths by Consump
tion, bear ample witness to the truth of these assertions.
In Lunatic Asylums the moat melancholy exhibition sp.
'pears. The Countenance is actually sodden and quite
"datitnte--neitber Mirtlior Grief efer visits it; shunt
a sound of the'vaYe occur, it is rarely articulate.
"With woeful measures Onn despair
Low sullen sounds his grief beguiled..
Debility is most terrible! and has brought thousands
upon thou...anal to untimely graves, thuablaging tbi‘da l .
bition of many noble youths. It can be cured by the use
of this INFALLIBLE REMEDY !
If you are suffering with ..ny of the above distressing
ailments, the FLUID EXTRACT BCCU.I3 will cure you.
Try it and be convinced of its efficacy.
Beware of Quarklioatrums and Quack Doctors,
who falsely toadd'of abilities and references. Citizens
know and"drokl them, and save long suffering, 3loney,
and Exposure, by sending or calling for a betUe of this
Popular-and specific Remedy.
It allays all pain and inflammation, is perfectly pleas
ant. In its. taste and odor, but immediate in Reaction.
Hellnboltl's Extract Buchu
Is prepared directly according to the Rules of Pborreery
and Chemistry, with the greatest accuracy and Clumimil
knowledge and care devoted in its combination. tk,
Professor Dewees' Valuable IVorks on the practice of
Physic, and most of the late standard Worksof Medicine.
One hiiildred dollars will be paid teeny Physician who
can prdte that the medicine ever injured a patient; and
the testimony of thousands can be produrtal to prove
that it does great good- Cases of from one week to thir
teen years standing have, been effected. The mats of
Voluntary Testimony in possession of the Proprietor,
Touching Its virtues and curative powers, is immen-e.
eMbraviugyitimes well known to SCIENCE AND FAME.
100,000 Bottles Have Been old
and not instance df ure has been reported!
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of the
City of Philadelphia, 11. T. ILEI.3IDOLD, Chemist. who
being duly sworn dots say. that his prepatation contains
no Narcotic, Slerenryior injurious Drug, but are purely
Vegetable. 11. T. IIELMDOLD, solo manufacturer.
Sworn and Sulo.t.--ribed before me this 23d day of Nevem
her, ISb4. WM. P. LaltItARD, Alderman.
Price $1: per Bottle, or sixfor $5, De
livered ttrany Address,
Accompanied by reliable and responsible Certificates Lon
1 rofessors of Medical Colleges, Clergymen and others.
Prepared and sold by Li. T. 11 BMA/.
Practical and Analytical Chenti.4.
No. 52 South Tenth St. below Chestnut,
To'be had of Dr. George Rosa, D. S. Raber. and or
all Druggists and Dealers throughout the United States,
Canada.' and British Provinces.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
Ask for Heimbold's—take no other.
Soy. 19, 1856.-Iy.
°fag digeaccs, the greet,ilpt.cause
Springs from neglect of Kattires la
WTI= A •
CURE IS GUARANTEED
IN ALL STAGES GE .
Self-shim.. Nervous Debility, Strictures, Gleets, Gt 2 T .
el, Diabetes, Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder.
Dercnriallihcuntstism, Scrofula, Pains in the Bone.
'find Ankles, diseases of the Lungs, Throat, Nose and
Eyes, Iflcers upon the Body or Lithbs, Cancers,
Dropsy, Epileptic Fits, St:Vitus' 9711'nce, and all Id«
'eases arising from a derangentint of the Sexual t'r-
'gone, such as NervOns Trembling, Loss of Memory.
. T.oSs of Power, General Weakness, Dimness of %Won
with timelier spots appearing before the eyes, Loss of
Sight, Wakefulness, Dyspepsia. Liver Disease, Eruptient
upon the Face. Pain in the Bnck and Head, Female Ir
regularitim and all improper discheageefrom both sexes.
It matters not from what cause the disease originated.
however longstanding or obstinate the case, RECOTZET
Is CERTAIN. and in a shorter time than a permanent cure
can be effected by any'other treatment, even after the
disease has bullied the skill of eminent physicians and re
sisted all their Means of cure. The medicines ere pleas
ant withdat odor, cattlitnitothri sickness and free from
mercury or balsam. During twenty vears of practice.
have - verse... Jed from the Jaws of Death Many thousands:
who, in the last stages of; the above-mentioned diseases.
had been given up to dle by their physicians, which war
rants Mein premising to the afflicted, who may plan
themselves under my care, a perfect and most speedy
cure. Secret Diseases are the greatest enemies to health.
as they are the firs tcause of Consumption, Scrofula sal
many other diseases, and should be a tenor to the Int-
Malt family. • As a permanent core is scarcely erer ef
fected, a MajOrity.of the cedes falling into the hands et
incompetent persons, who not only fail to cure the di ,
eases. but ruin - the constitution, Siting the system with
mercury, which, with the disease, hastens the sufferer
into a rapid Consumption.
•But should the disease and the treatrem.. t: not crew
death speedily end the victim Marties,:tbe disease is en
tailedupon the children, rebn are born with feeble nx
stitutiona, and thh current of life corrupted by a vino
Which betrays Itself in Scrofula Totter, .Dicers, Erup
tions and , other alfeeHons of the :Skin, Eye" Threat end
Lungs, entailffig upon them a brief existence of suffer
ing and itontrigning them to an early grave.
SEMI ABUSE is another formidable enemy to bealtli.
for .nothing else in the dread catalogue of .human di.ex
see'Catiles so destructive a drain uponthe system, draw
is* Its thousands of victims through a few years of suf
fering down hi an untimely grave. It destroys the Yer
vons•System rapidly wastes away the energies of
causes mental derangettgen6 prevents the proper devel
opment of the sjitem, dherialilitst for huuTirge, society.
business, and all earthly happhiees, and leaves the mf
ferer wrecked in body or mind, predisposed to Consume•
tion and a train of evils mere ;to be dreaded than death
itself. With the fullest cordidenoe I assure the unfortu
nate, vietires hf Self Abuse that a - permanent and speed?'
care cart be effected, and with the abandonment or rCia
orts key patients can be restored to roblast
Tbe:efliteited are cauticesed•agaire4 the use of Patent
Medicines, kik there are so many ingenious snares in tar
cantons of the publics prints to catch and rob the unwary
sufferers, that millions have their a gplistitollons ruined
by the vile compounds of quack &Mors, or the tmually
poisonous nostrums vended as "Patent iMedieinet."
have carefully analyzed many of the so-caned Patent
Medic/neg. and find that nearly all of them contain C,,r
rosivo Sublimate, which is one of the strongest Prepare
Lions of memory and a deadly poison, which. instead of
curing the disease, 'disables the system for life.
Three-folirths of the patentnostrums now In use are
put up by unprincipled and ignorantpersons wbo do not
understand even the alphabet of the MATERLk
arid are equally as destitute of any knowledge of the Mi•
man system, kaVfinpone object only in view, and that to
make blowzy, regardless of consequences.
.11tegulatitles and , all diseases of males anti females
treated on principles established by twenty years Of
practice, and sanctioned by thousands of the most re
ntarkable cures. Idedieinee with full directions sent to
any part of.the United States or Canailus, by reitirral
communieatinr, their symptoms by letter. Business ter"
respondence Strictly confidential. Address
J. SUMMERV ELLE , 31. al
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