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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1857
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
TrILLIJOI E. Pal CARER )
Of Lycoming County.
FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER
Of Chester County.
FOR SUPREME JUDGES.
WILLI 1 &I STROMG,
Of Berks County.
JJIJ,TES TMOMiP' OA;
Of Erie County.
o* - lire have on file, for publication
as soon as we receive our new type, the
.reply. Of . President• Buchanann' t&z , -.Prof.
Silliman'On Kansas matters. It's an Ex
tinguisher and will not spoil by keeping.
NEW BANKS.—The Bank of Ca:asa•
que, Lehigh county ; Stroudsburg Bank,
Monroe county; Bank of Chester Val.
ley, Coatesville, and Shamokin Bank,
have elected their directors and will go
into operation at once.
tXrThere is a widow lady in Phila
delphia who,has 25 children, all living
at home and none of them married.—
Not much danger of her re-marrying un
less her fortune is proportionably as large
as the number of her children.
OtrA patent expanding auger is among
the latest inventions. It is a curious
device, and will make holes of twenty
two differeit sizes, varying five-eights
of an inch to two inches in diameter.—
It is simple and easily adjusted, and is
not liable to get out of order.
(it' It is stated that in the event of
Secretary Toucey's acceptance of the
vacancy on the Supreme Bench, tender.
ed to him by the President, that Hon.
J. Glancy Jones, of Berke, will be like.
ly to succeed him in the Cabinet as the
bead of our naval affairs.
orElections were held last week in
Maine and Vermont, and resulted in the
success of the Republican tickets by
reduced majorities. Judging from the
Republican papers, the Americans didn't
vote—the name being not even men•
Cost of Race Horses.—The London
Era, in an answer to a correspondent,
says that three fourths of the horses that
are bred for xacing are worthless for that
purpose, and that each colt or filly costs
considerably more than $5OO at three
A Mousrint.—ln a Miramichi paper
we see an account of a huge Greenland
whale that was lately fallen in with by
a fishing schooner Samuel Gilbert, of
Gloucester, Mass., about 20 or 25 miles
off land, and by that vessel towed into
Tracadie harbor, where it now lies.—
The whale is 75 feet long, and 25 to 30
feet through, the head 30 feet long, and
the lips 20 feet. When found it was
floating on its back, the most elevated
part being about 20 feet above water,
and was taken in tow by passing a hawser
round the tail. It was'a nine days' won•
der, and was purchased by W.B. Dean
for $360, and half of which goes to the
owners of the vessel, Messrs. Jewell, of
Tamworth, N. H., the other to the crew
12 in nnmber.
Death of the Oldest Person in Illinois.
—Mrs. Catharine Donnelly, whose death
at Woodstock, McHenry county, on
Tuesday last, was announced in this pa
per, was one hundied and eleven years
of age, and was probably the oldest per
son in this State. She was a native of
the county of Tyrone, Ireland. She was
the mother of twelve children. Not
withstanding her extreme old age, she
retained the full use of her faculties to
the last, and until a very recent date was
able to move about the house. For the
last fifty years she has restricted herself
to one meal a day, add that was always
partaken of after 12 o'clock in the day.
Thu GOLD SNUFF Box.—Gen. An-
drew Jackson bequeathed a gold snuff
box to that "patriot most valient in the
defence of his country and our country's
rights," to be adjudged by his country
men. The Council of New York city
awarded the box to. Major Dyckman of
that city, who happened
. to.be a Demo
crat. This raised the ire, envy, malice,
and every other bad feeling of some of
the Major's political opponents ; and
when Andrew Jackson, jr., in whose
possession the box is, visited that city
last week for the purpose of its present
ation, he found the bad feeling so strong
that he took the box and returned home
to Tennessee with it. lie will keep the
momento until the division of sentiment
has subsided, or, until some more worthy
person is indicated to receive it. We
are afraid he will never have the pleas
•ure of presenting it, if the person's
claims for it are to be decided by polit
ical tests. If the Major had been a
good Black Republican there would
have been no,opposition raised to him
receiving it, for it is admitted, even by
his opponents, - that he was one of the
bravest of the brave in the Mexican
The box was donated to the Corpora
tion of the City of New York, and by
there - to'be awarded.
Case in Boston.—
THE PROSPECT.—Mr. Wilmot is omit
ting many of his appointments publish•
ed with such a flourish at the opening
of the campaign. He sees that his
cause is lost, and would back out of the
canvass entirely, if he could. do so with
propriety and honor.
That Gen. Packer will be our next
Governor is conceded by both wings of
the opposition ; : .and the only question
with them is "shall Wilmot or Hazle
hurst have the larger vote ?" While
the friends of Wilmot are becoming
daily more disheartened and yielding;
the friends of Hazlehurst are picking
up fresh zeal and activity, and we shall
not be greatly surprized if in a short
time Wilmot is withdrawn and the op
position strength concentrated upon Ha
zlehurst. .The activity of the friends
of -Hazlehurst may be seen in the late
organization of their forces in many
counties .where even a few weeks ago
the seed was not apparent. It was only
last w.eelo , that, they started the ball in
-.: vi av count
ing brought about, it will be well_ for
the-demoericy nfit to trust to too - easy a
victory,..and become indifferent.. A
concentratioi rof the opposition forces
upon -Hazlehurst would create a power
far more formidable than a union upon
Wilmot, for the simple reason that -Ha
zlehurst could enter the field as a na
tional candidate, while Wilmot can nev
er appear in- any other guise than as a
sectionalist. Hence, although in no
contingency can Packer be defeated,
let us guard against .surprise by wise
preparation. Let -our organization be
as active and- effective as when we have
before us a hard contested battle.
(K:r Our neighbor of the Courier
changed his quarters last week, and,
consequently, we do not wonder that
he has got a little mixed up—political
ly, statistically, historically and other
wise. His facts and fancies are partic
ularly jumbled together, and we would
advise an assortment under proper head
ings as speedily as possible. He attrib
utes the present financial crisis to the
policy of the Buchanan administration,
and says that it is utterly impossible for
the country to continue prosperous "tin.
der thefree trade system of Laeofocoism."
Can our neighbor have forgotten, or does
he purposely lose sight of the fact, that
the.trade laws of the country were mod
ified, and the rates reduced, by his own
party last winter its Congress, when and
where they had an overwhelming major.
ity 1 Were they not at it for months
and—Democratic as the measure may
be—the tariff was greatly reduced when
the Courier's friends had the power to
raise the rates to prohibition 7 It don't
look well for our neighbor under the
circumstances, and with that "arch lo
cofoco free-trader Wilmot" at the head
of its columns, to talk about such mat
ters. Its attention had better be devot
ed exclustyly to-setting "straight," the
"unprinci ed bogus-Americans."
BANNS IN BAD REPUTE.—Wo publish for the
benefit of merchants, the business community, and
the public generally, the following list of Banks,
which have either broke, suspended, or arc in bad
repute : -
Wiokford, Rhode Island.
Mount Vernon Bank,
Rhode Island, Central,
Bank of South County,
Warwick Bank, -
South Royalton Bank, Providence, R. I.
Bank of New Jersey, N. Brunswick, N. J.
Bergen County Bank,
Commercial Bank, Perth Amboy,' "
Cataract City Bank, Paterson, "
Iron Bank, Rockaway, ,re
Oliver Lee 4; Co's Bank, BilifalO, New York.
Hollister Bank, f
Mechanics' Banking Association, "
Nia.yara River Bank Tonawanda
Batik of Orleans, Albion, cc •
Ontario County Bank, Phelps, rr
Farmer's Bank, of Saratoga county, "
Huguenot Bank, New Pall; ir
Ontario Bunk, of Ontario, sr
Chemung Co. Bank, Horseheads, "
Island City Bank, New York city.
Sackett's Harbor, or Reciprocity Bank, N. Y.
Merchant's xchltuge Bank, Bridgeport, Conn.
Hancock Bank, ci
Dan by Bank, Denby, Vermont. •
Bank West Tennessee, Memphis, Tenn.
Agricultural Bank, Brownsville, "
Miami Valley Bank, Dayton, Ohio.
Ohio Life and Trust Company.
Bank of Kanawha, Malden, Va:
Wooster Bank, Danbury; Conn.
Exeter Bank, Exeter, N. H.
Bank of 'Hallowell, Hallowell, Me.
Monson' niter Bank,
Sandford Bank, •
Commercial Bank, Columbia, S. C.
There are a number of other Banks in the East,
New York, and New Jersey, very 'shaky,' and un
der protest in New York city.
The Banks in Pennsylvania are all sound, and
no apprehonsionsiare felt in regard to any of them.
Bor IN A WELL.--LIICNiI ESCAPE.—
In Maidencreek township Berks county,
on Sunday last, a boy named. Washing.
ton Stout., ten years of age, fell head
foremost into a well 45. feet deep, with
7 feet of water in it. Help was fortu•
nately-near-at band, and, he was drawn
out in a bucket, with no injury save two'
slight scars, It was almost a miracle
that he was nat drowned, or killed by
striking against the wall of the well.
Courtship and Marriage by Express..
—A wedding took, place on th'e light
ning express train of the Michigan Cen.
(rat Railroad yesterday, between Kalam
azoo and Galesburg. The happy'couple
were Mr. W. H. Webster,of Otsego coun.
ty, N. Y., and Miss Emeline C. Breach
of Gurnsey county, Ohio. They were
married by John Edwards, Esq., a Jus
tice of Kalamazoo. We are informed.
that the courtship took place during
the ride from Chicago to that point.—
When people of the oppositesexdo their
courting in the short space of some four
or five hours,, while riding at the rate'?f
'about thirty-two miles an hour, and mar
ry while riding at the same lightning
speed, we think no one will dispute that
this is a fast age. The happy pair went
to Cleveland by steamer last evening.—
Detroit Adv.,. Aug. 28,..
STUFFED ottass.—The owners of the
famous house, "Vermont. Black Hawk,"
and "Lady Suffolk," both deceased, have
had their skins stuffed at an expense of
about $lOOO, and have applied to the
managers of the coming horse exhibi
tion at Springfield, Mass, for room to
- exhibit them within the enclosure.—
Mrs. Treat, of Grandville, Michigan,
after enduring the most brutal treatment
ry,em a drunken husband, ended her
di:rubies by binding her child to •her
perao4 and leaping into Grand River.
Saturday, September 19, 1857
FOUNDERING OF THE CENTRAL AMERICA
ABOUT FIVE HUNDRED LIVES LOST
Arrival of some of the Rescued at Norfolk and
Savannah—The Ship Deserted by the Chief
Engineer—Rumored Safety of the Ladies and
Children—Over $2,000,000 in Gold Lost. •
During the past three days the most painful
excitement has prevailed in regard to the safety
of the U. S. Mail steamship Central America, Capt.
Herndon, from Aspinwall, with the San Francisco
mails of August 20th, five hundred and twenty
five passengers, making, with the crew and others
about six hundred persons, which left Havana at
9 o'clock on the morning of Tuesday, September
Bth, bound to New York. She had on freight about
$1400,400 in gold from California, besides a con
siderable stun in the hands of passengers. It is
also supposed that she took on board at Havana
about $BOO,OOO in specie, and the total amount on
board may be estimated at nearly $2,500,000.
The steamer Empire City left Havana about an
hour later than the Central America, and the two
vessels were in sight of one another until the af
ternoon, when the Central America outran the
other, and was seen no more. On Thursday, about
noon, as we learn from the captain, of the Empire
City, one of the most severe gales ever known be
gan, continuing without intermission until Mon
day at 12 o'clock, the wind varying during'the
time from northeast to southwest around by the
west,tatd blowingfurionslY from each point.—
This 'Teripest esiMtitYpiy near the Etw,
pire City, but she was ablate get into Norfolk on
the 15th inst., but in a desperately crippled c on
dition. The same gale caused - the total loss of the
steamship Norfolk, from Philadelphia, bound to
Norfolk, and a number of other vessels.
A vague telegraphic despatch from Charleston,
on Friday morning, led to the most sad forebod
logs. But the last ray of hepe was soon destroy
ed by a despatch limn Norfolk, stating that fifty
passengers,rescued from the Central America, bad
arrived ut that port.
The Central America went down on Saturday,
the 12th inst., having become a total wreck in the
fearful gale that commenced ou Thursday, the
10th, and continued, with little abatement, until
Monday, the 14th.
Tae following is the total number of persons
reported aboard the 'Central America:
Whole number, .
Number reported saved,
Total lives lost,
The officers of the steamer are spoken of as the
choicest men in the employment of the coiimany,
being distinguished for ability and trustworthiness.
Fifty passengers, including twenty-six females,
were rescued by the Norwegian barque -Eloise,
which has arrived at Norfolk
The officers were all lost except Mr. James M.
Frazer. Tho chief Engineer, Geo. E. Ashby, took
a boat, and_deserted the ship.
The two millions of dollars in specie, which
were on board the Central America, were lost.
The sea eras very heavy at the time the ship
The steamer was lost when 200 miles off Cape
Hatteras. The steamship Empire City, which
sailed from Norfolk to N. Y.; takes a part of the
It is positively stated that all the ladies and
children who were passengers in the Central
America were saved on board the brig Marine.
Statement of Henry H. Childs.
HAVANA, September 18.—Henry H.
Childs, one of the rescued passengers,
states that the Central America left Ha
vana on the - Bth inst., having had delight
ful weather and .a calm sea from Aspin
wall to that port. On the afternoon of
the day of sailing from Havana we had
a fresh breeze, and on Wednesday it
blew very strong. At night it increased
and rained in torrents. On Thursday
the wind blew a hurricane, and the sea
rose very high. On Friday the storm
raged.with unabated fury, and at eleven.
o'clock, A. M., itivEts first know - n aiming
the passengers that the steamer had
sprung a leak and was making water
fast. A line of men was formed, who
went to work in bailing the water from
her engine room, the fires having been
already extinguished by the- furnaces .
being overflowed. We gained upon , it
so much that the firemen were enabled .
to get up steam again, but this continued
for only a few'tninutes, when the fires
were . again extinguished, and. the en
gines ,were abandoned. The bailing,
however, was continued in all parts of
the vessel, and kept up until she finally
went down. During Friday night, the
water gained gradually, out all - being in
good spirits, we worked to the best of
our ability, feeling that when morning
came we might probably speak some
vessel, and be saved.
The fatal Saturday came at last, but
brought 'nothing but an increased fury
of the storm. Still we worked on.—
Abotit 2 &lock, P. M., the storm lulled
a littled, and the clouds broke away, so
that our hopes were renewed, and we all
worked like giants. At 4 o'clock, P.
M., we spied a sail and fired-guns. Our
flag being at half-mast, it was seen, and
the brig Marine, of Boston, bore down
upon us. We then considered oursafety
certain. She came near, and we spoke
to her and explaned our condition. -She
laid to about a mile distance, and we, in
only three of the boats, saved all the wo
man-and children, and they were safely
put on board the brig.
As evening was fast aproaching we
discovered another sail;-which respond
ed to our call and came near us. Capt.
Herndon told them our crippled condi
tion, and asked them to lay_ by and send
a boat, as we had none left. She prom
ised to do so, but this was the last we
saw of her, exept at a distance, which
grew greater at every mument. -
- At 7 o'clock we saw no posibiliiy of
keeping afloat much longer, although if
we could do so until morning, all would
be saved in a short time. A heavy sea
for the first time broke over her upper
deck, and our hopes faded away. Life
preservers were then furnished to the
passengers, and we sent up two rockets.
A tremendous sea then swept over us,
and the stearner,in a moment,went down.
I think that some four hundred or four
hundred and fifty souls were launched.
upon the °can, at the mercy of the waves.
The storm at this time had entirely sub.
sided. We all kept near together, and
went as the waves took us, There was
nothing, or very little said, except each
one cheered, and courage was kept- up
forlwo or three hours, and I think for
that space of time none had drowned.
But those who could not swim became
eichadsted and one by one - gradually pass
ed to eternity. The hope that boats
would be sent to us from the two vessels
we had spoken to, soon fled from us, and
our trust was alone in Providence; and
what better trust could you or I ask for?
I saw my comrade fast sinking, and at
one o'clock that night, I was nearly alone
on the ocean, some two hundred miles
from land. ',however heard shouts from
all that could do so, that they were not
far from me but, I could not see them.
Within an hour from this' time, I sae? a
vessel, as judged, about one mile from
sae. Takibtfiesh courage, I itruciclout
for the vessel, and reached it when
nearly exhausted ; but was drawn on
board by ropes. It proved to be a Nor
wegian barque, from Balize, Honduras,
bound for Falmouth, England. I found
on board of her some three of my com
rades and at nine o'clock the next morn
ing we had forty-nine noble 'fellows on
board. And these are all I know of hav
ing been saved. We cruised about the
scene of disaster, until we thought that
all alive had been rescued ; and' then
The steamer was valued at $300,000, and was
not insured. The company does not insure any
of its ships. The freight lists and other papers of
the ship were all on board, and duplicates cannot
be obtained from San Francisco under five or six
weeks. The specie is supposed to be all insured,
either in New York/in San Francisco, or in Lon
don. The Atlantic Insurance Company usually
takes large risks of this nature.
The larger amount of the loss will fall upon the
foreign insurance companies, probably fully two
thirds, and the reclamation to be made from them
will form a basis upon which to draw bills of ex
change, and thus stand as an equivalent for the
shipment of specie to the same amount. It is be
lieved that our own insurance companies are lia
ble for about live or six hundred thousand dollars.
Their_losses will certainly not exceed that sum,
and as the companies have all been transacting a
very successfa,business during the year, they are
abundantly able at the present time to meet the
obligiVeltirWrom this sad calamity with
lout seri °Minnie:Lc*
JENNY Otto - Grildschmidt.,
the htiiihandlif Onny Lind, is at present
in England, making arrangements for
the removal thither of his family, which
is passing the summer at the village of
Obericessnitiz,4ear Dresden, and has
recently been4ncreased by the birth of
a daughter . ..
Dr. Reynolds, .of New Orleans, a
snake fancier, was bitten on the thumb
by one of his pet rattles, and, not hav
ing faith in whiskey or other remedies,
seized a hatchet and cut off that import.
ant member of the hand.
In Chicago a fellow named Reed was
arrested, charged with passing two $lO
counterfeit notes. The charge was ful•
ly proven, whereupon Reed proved that
he had stolen the bill from a comrade.
The fact that he stole the .money was
considered evidence that he supposed
the money to'be good, and the fact that
it was no money in the eyes of the law, it
was contended that no offence was com
mitted in the stealing of it, and he was
forthwith discharged. •
AgY - SODA WATER! - SC
Guilford & Lemberger have now got in full op
eration their new and splendid Soda WateeFoun
tain, where the public will find soda water of the
very best quality—equal to any obtained in the
cities or elsewhere.
Every person should read the advertise
ment of Grindle's Celebrated Magic Compound
and Ancient Japanese Life Pills, which appear
alternately in another column. They arc the most
successful remedies in the world ! Try them and
be cured. •
This is to certify that I have made but
one application of the MAGIC Ora on my fingers,
which have been drawn from contraction of the
cords, brought on by rheumatism. It was of sev
enteen months standing, and I flai r now entirely
cured. I cheerfully recommend it to all afflicted
likewise. J: M. FIN FROCK,
"Woodland Ciearn"—A POMADE you BEAtrrt-
PIING THE limn—highly perfumed, superior to any
French article imported,-and for h self the price. For
Aressing Lattiee' !Lair, it has no equal, giving it a bright,
gloesy . "appeartance. ~I.t teases Gentlemen's Hair to curl
in the roostp*uratni,anner. It removes dandruff, al
ways giving 'the hair the appearance of being fresh
shampooed:- Price only
fifty cents. None genuine unless
signed FETRIDGE & CO., Proprietors of the
"Dam or A Tnotrsatm Ftowana." New York.
For sale by Guilford & Lemborger, and all Druggists.
Feb. 25, 1.8.56.-tim.
The G reatest Discovery of the Age.-1t is
seldom that we notice patent medicines, restoratives, or
uny thing of the kind, for we bare a prejudice against
most of them. Rut candor compels us to invite atten
tion to the advertisement of Prof. Wood's Hair Restora
tive Sh this paper. We are too juvenile to require any
thing of the kind,, but some instances of its use have
come to knowledge which assure us that it is a sovereign
remedy against the hair becoming prematurely gray, Jt
is not a "lair Dye;" but upon its application as direct
ed, the effeet'is produced on the skin, which brings out
the original, native colored hair, .without stiffness, and
gives it a glossy and natural appearance.—Bits. Rem
`WE aresornetimes almost unable to describe
our symptoms, and do not know what ails us. We
find ourselves nervous, weak and physically pros
trated. We have a terrible sinking at the pit of
the stomach; a feverish brow, Stead breath, and
a gloomy forboding mind. Such symptoms arise
from a disorganized stomach and diseased liver.
Ilostetter's Vegetable Stomach Bitters are so pe
culiarly adapted to these symptoms that they give
us an appetite, impart tone- and vigor to the sys
tem, and in every respect build up broken down
invalid's. They are peculiarly adapted to weak
and delicate females. [Sept. 16, '57-Im. -
ESIA.VIIEL , REIGART, agent, North West corner
of i'darket and Water streets, Lebanon, "Pa.
• Aug. 5,1857.-1 m
Holloumy's Ointment and Pilla.—Ernptions that
attack the face, neck anti arms are terribly annoying to
ladies. Too freequently empirical lotions, embrocations,
washes, &c., are resorted to. These generally fix the dis
ease in the akin, the clearness, softness and smoothness
of which they permanently impair. Ladies who value
a transparent and spotless complexion, are recommend
ed to use Holloway's Ointment, and nothing else, (save
occasional fomentions of tepid water.) for the removal of
pimples, boils, blotches, tan, chaps, salt rheum, rashes,
and other blemishing superficial disorders. It will cure
sore eyes, relieving the inflammation and pain on the
lids almost immediately. It inadvisable to administer
occasional doses of the Pills in all classes of eruptive difi
orders. Beware of counterfeits: see Caution at foot of
Rats, Roaches, Insects, Bed-Bugs.
Costar's Rat, Roach, 4.c., 7?rterminator
Costar's Bed-Bug Exterminator;
Costar's Electric Powder,
for-Ants, Insects .ac., (the only Infallible Reme
dies known,) Costar sends by mail, prepaid, a
Sample Bpx of the Itat, Roach, am Ex. to any ad
dress in , the U. S., on receipt of $l, or the Elec
tric PoWder for 05e. (The Bed Bug Ex. being a
liquid cairnot'bo•sent by mail.) Costar will fur
nish Druggists, Dealers and Store-keepers, a $lO
Sample Package of his various preparations (as
sorted) with Circulars; Bills, Posters, ac., on re
ceipt of $5, (leaving hal. of $5 due when sold,) in
order that:they may test their merits. See
advertisement. For Circulars, be., address "Cos
tar," No. 383 Broadway, N. Y. [sag,. 26-Im.
To Printer*. -
AGOOD WASHINGTON PRESS, of middling
size, Is' offered for sale, at this Office, very
cheap. The-price is $6O. septl6
Fancy Furs liar Ladies.
JOHN PAREIRA . ,t; Co., (New No.)818 Market
• street, above Eighth, Philadelphia, Importers,
Manufacturers and dealers in Ladies, Gentlemen and
Children's FANCY FURS, wholesale and retail.
J. F. & Co., would call the attention of dealers and the
public generally to their immense Stork of Fancy Furs
for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children; their assortment
embraces every article and kind of Fancy Furs that will
he worn during the season—such as Full Capes, Half
Capes, Quarter Capes, Maas, Vietorines, Boas, Muffs
and Atuffatees„from the finest Russian Sable to the low.
est price Domestic Furs.
For Gentlemen- the largest assortment of Fur Collars,
Gloves, Gauntlets, be.; being the direct Importers of all
our Furs, and Manufacturers of them under our own su
pervision, we feel satisfied we can offer better induce
ments to dealers and the public gen evilly than any other
house, having an immense . assortment to select from and
at the Manufacturers' prices. We only ask a rail.
JOHN FAREIRA & CO.,
Sept.l6,'s7-4m. No.SIS Market St., above Stb,Phil'a.
'Hover's* Liquid Hair Dye.
WMIIE - following, from that eminent Physician of Phil
adelphia, Dr. Brinckle, added to the testimony of
Professor Booth, only confirms what is evidenced by
thousands who have, used Dover's Dye:
• GIRARD Roy, CFIESTNUT STREET,
Philadelphia, December 22d, 1853.
"In regard to Ilover's Hair Dye, I can state unhesi
tatingly, that it contains no deleterious ingredients, and
may be used with entire safety, and with the 'utmost
,confidence and succass.' W. D. 131tIlICIELE,. M. D. ,
Hover's Writing ,and Indelible Inks,
Are so well and widely known, es to require no eulogy
of their merits, it is only necessary to say, that the steady
and tncreasing demand, gives the best evidence that they
maintain ilicir:eheincter for superiority, which distin
guished them iihere.Arst introduced, years ago.
Orders addremni to the Manufactory, No. 416 RACE
street, above Fourth, t:okt No. IMO Philadelphia, will re.
ceive prompt attention, by JOSEPIII E. lIOVME,
Sept. 16,'57.-t. April 16,'58. Manufacturer.
Harrisburg, 72 Locust street.
Gold, Gold, Gold.
ATOM greatest offer in gold pens, gold pencils, gold
4,.% challis, and gold watches, ever made. Read the
A Splendid Gold Premium,
worth from five to one hundred dollars, positively given
to any person who elm spare one day in a week, or one
hour in a day, getting up clubs of subscribers in his own
and adjOining neighborhood, for the best and most pop
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outlay, no capital required of agents. An entire new
plan is proposed, by which any person can succeed in
making it a paying business. who will undertake the
agency. A private circular, for the 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 from
New York City, without interfering with their Local ra
tters, which of course cannot and should not, be dispens
ed with. But New York being the greatcomnaercial and
buainess centre of this Continent, no farmer, mechanic,
professional man, or merchant, is properly prepared for
the emergencies of his calling, unless be is in communi
cation with New York City, by means of one of its first
class newspaper mediums. Such a medium is our"LED
GER,' neutral in politics, but giving all the facts items
of news, and thrilling incidents woraknowiug through
out the country.
A Valuable Gift.
Each new subscriber will receive with the first En. of
his or her paper, one of the new and beautiful glass point
ed itsdelibie Pencils,* just imported from Europe, and for
which we have obtained the exclusive agency fir this
country. This is the most ingenious and useful Improve
ment of the present age, and is the only pencil ever made
that will write with ink, making it both a pen and pencil
of the finest quality at the same time. It will last for
years, and for practical use Is worth more than any gold
pen in the market.
For list of premiums and full particulars, address
HALL & WEST, Publishers, New York City.
* These Peneils supplied to the trade at atm:linable dis
For the first time this Fttll, at
SWARTZ & BRO.'S,"
HALL BUILDING, Market Street.
62 ACRES OF LAND
TRE subscriber, being desirous of selling his
'merchant and GEIST MILL, together with his
SAW MILL and sixty-two acres of land, takes the
present opportunity of informing the public that
he has one of the best Mill Properties in the coun
ty of Lebanon, situate one-fourth of a mile from
Jonestown, on the Swatara Creek, and one-half
mile from the Union Canal, atlones
;•;!.T.t- town. This mill has been newly
remodeled with the best of bevel
gearing, and everything in the best
= of order, for either country, or merchant,
work. The land is in a high state of cultivation,
it being lately limed with one hundred bushels to
the acre, and is all under new fences. Any per
son wishing to view said property, can call at
the mill for information, or on the subscriber, two
miles from Jonestown. An indisputable title will
be given, and by paying a small advance on the
property at the time possession is given, the bal
ance will be set out in payments to suit the pur
chaser. MARTIN WENGERT.
Swatarn. tp., December 31, 1.356.—tf.
THE Subscriber has made arrangements for
running a DAILY EXPRESS, in connection
with his Freight Line, on Philadelphia and Read
ing and Lebanon Valley Railroads, and is prepar
ed to forward Packages, Money, Jewelry, and
other valuables daily each way
Between Philadelphia, Reading, &c.
Each Express in charge of a Special Messenger
by Passenger Trains. All orders promptly deliv
ered, and goods forwarded with the greatest des
patch, at reduced rates.
Mark all goods CARE OF P. ALBRIGIOT'S FREIGIIT
LINE, or EXPRESS, as parties ordering may intend.
Offices 311 Race Street, Philadelphia; corner of
Fourth and Penn streets, Reading; at Sinking
Springs, Womelsdorf, Mcyerstown, and at D.
Grmff 's, Cumberland street, Lebanon.
N. B.—A Line of Six. Boats, running between
Philadelphia and Pottsville to carry Merchandise
and Freight generally.
Schweitzer & Co., 05 North Wharves, Philad'a.
Chestnut street Wharf, Reading.
IMPORTANT TO BUSINESS MEN
speed Increased and
RATES OF FREIGHT REDUCED
THE HOWARD EXPRESS CO.
HAVE made arrangements with the Lebanon
Valley R. R. Co., to forward Goods, Parka
ges, Moneys, Am., in charge of their own special
Messenger from Philadelphia and Reading by Pas
Merchants wishing their goods forwarded punc
tually and with despatch, will consult their own
interests by patronizing the Express Co.
Orders for Goods to be returned by Express will
be delivered in Philad'a free of charge.
Persons having remittances of money to make
to any part of the 11. S. or Canadas, will find the
Express the only safe mode of conveyance.
OFPICE—No 4 Eagle Building, Lebanon, Pa.,
and 248 Cheitnut St., below 3d st., PhilacPa.
JOHN umucH, Agent,
July 22,'51—t£ For For Howard Express Co.
HOFFMAN, IMMEL CO.'S
BY UNION CANAL AND
Lebanon Palley Railroad.
THIS LINE consists of 22 first-class BOATS,
running between Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all other points along the Union, Schuylkill,
Tide-Water and Pennsylvania Canals.
FREIGHTS contracted for at the lowest pos
sible rates, and delivered with dispatch.
The Proprietors will pay particular attention,
and attend personally, to the receiving and deliv
ery of Freights.
SHIPPERS and MERCHANTS can rely on
having their GOODS delivered in good condition
and with promptness and dispatch, at low rates.
One of the Firm will pay particular attention to
Goods shipped by the Lebanon Valley Railroad.
Goods will be sent daily to and from Philadelphia
to Lebanon, Myerstown, An nville, Jonestown,
and all other points in the county.
For information, apply at their Office in North
Lebanon, or at the Lebanon Valley R. R. Depot.
EDWARD. MARK, their Agent in Philadel
phia, will always be found at W. 11. BUSH'S Mer
chants' Hotel, North Third Strept, Phil.ad'a.
Lebanon, Aug. 12,'57-3m.
P. B.—WHAT, RYE, CORN, OATS & SEEDS
bought for CAM. H. I. & Co.
Lebanon Female Seminary.
THE THIRD SESSION of the "LEBANON FE
HALE SEMINARY" will commence the First
day of September, next. It is earnestly requested
that Parents intending to send their DAUGHTERS,
should do so at the commencement of the Session.
LEGH R. BAHOHER, Principal.
Teacher of French and .at r asie,
Lebanon, July 29,1857..
For the first time this Fall, at
SWARTZ & 8R0. 3 5,
HALL BUILDING, Market Sreet.
POLITICIANS are - all in doubt as to who will
.be our next Governor. A few weeks more,
and that question will be placed beyond all con
troversy. Meanwhile no one has expressed a
_doubt that the most benntiful and bestinade Cloth
ing worn, is sold at the cheap establishment Of
ItEIZENSTEIN /6 131t0.,
Leb., Sept. 16, '57. Opposite the Court House.
9 Teachers Wanted.
INHE SCHOOL DIRECTORS of South Leba
non township will meetin N 0.2 School-house,
(Shank's) on SATITUDAY, SEPTEMSER 26, 1857, at
12 o'clock, M., for the purpose of appointing 9 male
teachers for the scbools of said district for the en
suing term. The County Superintendent will be
in attendance to examine applicants.
JOHN BOMBERGIR, Presl,
Emu B lICIIER , Seet'y.
'CALL and eismino the new
V McAdam. Come anon - tick of Atkins et.
Boots, Shoes &e., at A+ , emu purchase youy
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SIIOP
attentiona ersist t e i lw r o f u r l ie d n r ( e is sp a e n et d ru i ll i y e invite puc the in
general, to the fact that they are prepared, the
coming season, to manufacture and hare on hand l
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, with Wood's latest improvements;
Coleman's Farm Mill; Grain Drills and
Pans; Geurley's Patent Harrow and •
Clod Cutter; Corn Ploughs and Planters;
Portable Cider Mills, Clover-Hullers, Corn
Sheliars, Fodder Straw and Hay Cutters, &c.
yam,„ All of the above Machines are of the latest
and best improvements, and are all warranted to
give satisfaction. Also,
Castings of all kinds made to Order,
and at short notice. Particular attention paid to
REPAIRING, and charges reasonable.
FARNERS!WiII do Well to call and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere, as they will
find it to their ads-antage to• purchase Machines
manufactured in their' +awn nounty.
.og-4UI-orders or communications by mail will
be promptly attended to.
A s MAJOR BROTHER.
July I, 1.857. Lebanon, Lebation Co., Pa.
JEREMIAH BOAS GEO. GASSER JOSIAH GETTLE.
STEAM PLANING MILL.
' 1 - 7 -- 13GAS, GASSER k GETTLE
,I,l# wish to inform the citizens of Lab
non Countyand neighboring coon
.tics, that they are now in full oper
atiOW, and are prepared to do all kinds of
CARPENTER WORK ByIVIACHINERY
Flooring Boards, Weather Boarding,
Sash,Doors,lVindow ct Door Frames,
Shutters, Blinds, Planing Scrolls,
SAWING, and any, other kind of Sawing which
may be wanted to suit builders. The subscribers
beg leave to inform the public that they have the
latest and best improved machinery in the coun
ty, such as Woodworth's. Planer, Se., and that
they are able to produce as good work as the coun
ty can produce.
None but the best and well-seasoned LUMBER
will be used. Carpenters and Builders are invi
ted to call and examine their ready-made stock,
which they will always keep on band, and judge
Their Shop is on Pinegrovo Road, near
Phreaner's 011 Foundry.
Lebanon, June 17,'x7.
Door and Sash .Manufactory
Located on the Steanellouselload : near Cumberland
THE undersignpd respect ally in
- lb.= the publie in general, that they
have added largely to their former
a_l7ll. establishment, and also have all
kinds of the latest and best improved MACHIN
ERY in the State in full operation, such as
WOODIVORTIPS FLOORING, 4-c.,
Planing, Scrolls, Sawing., itc.,
and the experience acquired by Longaker anti
J. G.Gabci,during their connection with the Door,
Sash 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.
Vg„They now offer to Mechanies and Farmers
generally, upon favorable terms,, a judiciously as
sorted stock of DOORS, SASH, Ste., from the best
Lumber manufactories in the State, feeling confi
dent thallbeir assortinent is not to be excelled by
any otlieWstalilislircentin -the State in-regard to
exactnessfiri'size, quality Or finish, and is calculat
ed to afford thorough satisfaction to all those who
may favor the undersigned with their custom.
The following list comprises the lending init.
cies of stuck en hand:—
Doors, of all sizes ; Sash, of all sizes;
Door Frames, for brick and frame houses;
Window Frames, for brick and frame houses ;
Shutters, of all sizes; Architraves;
Blinds, of all sizes; Casings, from 3 to 6 in.;
All kinds _Mouldings; Surbase ;
0. G. Spring Moulding, of all sizes; Wash-boards
LONGACRE, GABEL Jr. BROTHER.
Lebanon, July 15,1857.
P. S.--Plateing, Sawing, ate., promptly done
for those furnishing the Lumber.
Opposite the Lebanon Valley R. R. Depot, Leb
anon, Lebanon connty, Pa.
mut - WM. &P. L. WEIMER, Prcipri
-44 etors, manufacture Steam Engines
• from I to SOO horse power, of the
latest styles and patterns, with all
the modern improvements. Also, superior Port
able Engines (with Link Motion Valve Gear,)
mounted on, wheels, for Saw Mills Wood sawing
and Hoisting purposes. Particular attention is
called to oar small Upright Engines for Printers,
Druggists and persons wanting a smallamount 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
thracit and Other Blast Furnaces, of improved
construction. Forge Hammers, of P. L. Weimer's
Patents ; Rolling Mill; Sawing, Planing and
Flouring Mill Fixtures ; Mining Pumps ; Hoist
ing Machinery for Mines and Stone Quarries ;
Railroad Cars, Iron Bridges, Shafting, Hangers,
Pulleys, Turning Lathes, Drill` Presses, Planing
Machines, Brass Stop Cocks, Valves and Brass
Fixtures,- Globe Steam Valves, of all sizes, and
Machinery and Castings of every description.
Also,Boilers-of any size, form and weight,
made f the best material, by well-known and ex
perienced workmen; Smoke Stacks, Water Tanks,
Gas flues, Heaters, and sheet iron work of every
description. [Our Boiler sheets are all tested by
dividing them into squares of 2 Mches, and ham-.
Inuring each square ; any imperfection is thus de
tected, and the faulty sheet. rejected; this isprac
tised in very few shops in this country.]
Also, a stock of Wrought Iron Pipe, for steam,
gas and water, with all the necessary fixtures, con
stantly on hand, and put up at the shortest no
tice and on.most reasonable terms. Iron, Brass,
and Composition metal Castings, made to order,
at the shortest notice.
Pte" Repairing attended to with promptness
and despatch. A gang of Boiler makers always
ready for Boiler repairs.
Blacksmith Work made to order.
Orders respectfully solicited. All commu
nications, by mail or otherwise, attended to with
despatch, and work delivered to railroad, or ca
nal, free of charge.
WM. 'WEIMER, P. L. WEIMER.
Lebanon, February 4,1857.
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SALT BY THE BAG, BRAN,
at the Genesee mills of
MYERS & SITOUR,
San. 7, 1857. Lebanon, Pa.
A T the Genesee Mills, in tke Borough of Leba-
JCL nen, WHEAT, CORN,
In any quantity, for which the highest Market
prices will be paid in Cash, by
January 7, 1857. MYERS t SROUR.
TWELVE good Flour Benet COOPERS, at the
Genesee mills, in Lebanon, to wham constant
work and good wages will be given. None but
sober and steady workmen need apply.
January 7, 1857. MYERS & SITOUR.
TWO INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES.
TILE undersigned would respectfully inform'
the citizens of Lebanon and vicinity that they
will at all times be found ready to accommodate
GLAZING, and kAPER-
them in anything whimg-s to their husinc , i,
lIANGOG. They warrant all their work.
cure a s strict hare of e
vs attntion to I;insipes,l
theyhope to Re
~otic patronage. Orders for work
i r i ' cat . WALTZ 4, RCEDEL'S Book-StOrC,Where
.og - will be promptlyattended to. At the latter
place cgo, can lieseen large assortment of neat
ehatte 'designs , of Wall, Ceiling and, Hall Papers
selected by them; frOtti lime. of. the-rnoit extensive
- astablishmentain the city of Philadelphia.
;Sept. 2,'57-3m.* ITO:UPSON 6:§TOKIPi
.; 3 ,• ,
Street, East Lebanon
for conducting the general business for
iss( D a Lick : ,
lilt - 0
1' JE - R uarE
aITILFORD LEMBERGER, Graduates of
VI Pharmacy, and Practical Apothecaries and
Chemists, offer to-the public a large and carefully
selected stock of" Drugs,
Dye-stuffs, Oils, Spices, Perfumery, Toilet Arti.
des, Flavoring Extracts, Tobacco and Cigars,
pure Wines and Liquors for Medical purposes;
with everything in their line as Druggists, Per=
tamers and venders of Fancy Articles, which we
can confidently, recommend to Families, Physi.
clans, Country Merchants and Dealers, as being
fresh, pure, and prepared in the best manner.—
All the new Preparations, Chemicals and Patent
Medicines. Horse and Ciattle Medicines. The
largest assortment of Trusses, single and double,
for children and persons of every age, and for ev
ery variety of rupture—carefully fitted and ad
justed if desired.' Abdominal Supporters.
"ft„. All orders correctly answdred, and Physi
cians' Prescriptions and Family Receipts careful
Country Merchants and Dyers will find it
to their advantage to buy of Guilford k Lernbe' - ger.
- tax,. Please call and get one of our Circulars,
(printed in both English and German,) in which
you will find a list of most of the articles and prep
arations kept by us.
GUILFORD & LEMBERGER'S DRUG &roan
is opposite the Market House,
July 29, 1857. Lebanon, Pa.
Grindle's Ancient and Celebrated
P.ANESE LIFE PILLS !! !
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Nature's own. Remedy.
A rotitive Cure for Liver Complaint and Bilious Mar.
ders, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Cutaneous
Diseases, Fever and Ague, Costiveness, Piles, Dysen
tery and Diarrbora,Worms. Suppression of tbeMereass,
"Nervous Debility, &e.. and a sure Preventative to all
- ,,clfiqp.E offer the Axel ENT jIipAXESE Lisa Pitts on a more
e74' extensive scale, after ire have tested them in the
worst forms of disease, and after having been urged to do
so by eminent physicians, who have tried them to their
satisfaction. Performing cures where every other rem
edy, had failed, we feel it our solemn duty to spread the
glad intelligence to every family of the globe. They
purge the system thoroughly of all corrupt humors.pen
etrate and purify tbevital fluids. seal the corrupt secre
tions are replaced with rich, healthy blood. Parts that
were even decaying with the disease are restored to a
healthy, vigorous action, and disease eradicated as if by
magic, leaving the system in a robust condition, and less
predisposed to contract disease again of whatever kind.
Possessing such penetrating and healing virtues, their
success must be inevitable. We know it. We ean read it
in the now glowing, features of the oncepale and prostrat
ed patient; we can read it in the friendly grasp of the
father's hand. and in the mother's warm tears of joy,
as they behold their darling child snatched from the
clutches of death by their powerful agency.; we can read
it in the, young man's gayety, and theold man' s v igor
and "OW bliss you;" we can read It in the husband's
and wife's gratititto. and in the children's prattle; we
can read it away out upon the bosom of the oceamia the
sprightlyi tread and invigorated system of the poor . mar
iner. Yes, and we sometimes fancy we can almost read
it far np in the blue canopy of heaven.in wards of living
firenseise IS VAIVQL - ISnEr:—TIIF. TIIIth.17:11 Is COMYLrir.
These Ancient Pills arc also an invalnableremedy for
females suffering from suppression of the Menses. the
cause of so many declines and female weakness. The
various diseases that attack children are quickly I/WI-
N - sea by their healing qualities.
The Pills are sent by mail, from the Proprietor only,
on receiptof the price. The postage in the United States,
nut over 3,000 nines, is fifteen cents on five boxes,which
must be inclosed in money or stamps. If we hose no
agent in your plaee, send to us by mail.
For sale by respectable druggists end dealers in medi.
eine throughout the UMW States, enmities, Mexico,
South America, 4., at 25 eta. a box, or five boxes tiir $l.
.losmn S.Gauriets, New York, Sole Proprietor, toed:Gel
alt letters must' be addressed. Also, Proprietor of lye.
Wesley Orindle'l; Celebrated Magic COmpound,tliegr,at
remedy for Pulinonary Consumption.
ty , Principal Depot, No; 54 White 'street, New :fork_
Sept. 9, '5l-Tyreow.
The Medicine orate all:lion.
PHILW,'OPILIf AND FACT
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EXCITING CAUSE O 1 SICKNESS.—The blotxl
is the life-sustaining agent. It furnishes the am
ponents of flesh, bone; muscle, nerve and integument.
The Stomach is ite manufactory. the reins its
tore, and the intestines the channel through which the
waste matter rejected in its productions is expelled.—
Upon the stomach, the circulation and the bowels, these
Pills act simultaneously, relieving indigestion, purify
ing the fluids,and regulating the excretions.
The National Disease.
Dyspepsia is the most thins= disease among all ass
ea in this country. It assumes a thousand shapes, and
is the primary source of innumerable dangerous mala
dies ; but whatever its type or symptoms, however obr
stinate its resistance to ordinary preparations, it yields
readily and rapidly to this searchinga unerring remedy.
The quantity and quality of the bile are of vital im
portance to health. Upon the liver, the gland which I.f
-cretes this fluid, these pills operate specifically; infallibly
rectifying its irregularities and effectnally curing Jauu
dice, Bilious Itemittants, and all the varieties of disease
generated by an unnatural condition of the organ.
Unless the bowels perform their functions properly,
the whole body suffers. Tens of thouiands die annual
ly of Dysentery, Diarrinna, Chronic Constipation, and
other diseases of thosewnste pipes in the system. The
effect of the pills upon all intwtmaldisorders, whether
usual or epidemic, is
. a phenomenon in 'medicine. By
following the printed directions, the roost alarming ca
ses of bowel complaint are promptly controlled.
A Word to Females.
The local debility and irregularities which are the es
pecial annoyances of the weaker sex, and which, when
neglected, always shorten life, are relieved for the time
being, and prevented for the time to come, by a course of
this mild but thorough alternative.
J'Air Holloway's Pills are the best remedies known in
the world for the following diseases:—
Asthma, Diarrbwa, Indigestion,
Bowel Complaints, Dropsy, luffuensa r
Coughs, Debility, Inflammation,
Colds, Fever &Ague, Inward Weakness,
Chest Diseases, Piles,Feamle Complaints,
Costiveness, Heaaches, Lowness of Spirits,
Liver Complaints, Stones Gravel, Secondary Symptoms,
Venereal Affections, Worms of all kinds.
*,.,* Sold at the Mannfactory of Professor Ilelloway, SO
Maiden Lane, New York, and by all respectable Drug
gists and Dealers in Medicine .throuphont the United
States and the civilized worltrin boxes at 25 cents, 0234
cents, and $1 eifeb. , •
CACTION!—None are , gennine unless the words "Hol
loway, New York and Loudon," are discernible as a Wa
termark in every leafof the book of directions around
each pot or boxi tlie — Same may be plainly Seen by hold
tug the le.f - lblhe light. A handsome reward will be
$'T-iii to any one rendering such information as may
lead to the detection of any party or parties counterfeit
ing the medicines or vending , the same, knowing them
to be spurious.
There is aconsiderable savingby taking the larger sizes.
N. 15--Direetions for the guidance of patients - in every
disorder are affixed to each box.. [Sept.l6, '57.
- RECTO INISTURA
FOR: PILES, 'PETTER, RINGWORM"
,fiv:ND for any Eruption or Excoriation of the Skin.
4., Whether on the head, face, arms or other Parts of
the body. Old ulcers or sores, aria pimple's on the face;
may be speedily cured by themse"Of , the Recto Misters.
To those especially thatare suffering from the rites, Ice
offer a sure remedy.
From Rev. Mr. Enterline, Pastor German Church, Cor.,
Conway and Sharp streets
Nor the benefit Ofthe &Meted, I feel it a duty to state
what a blessingamedicint. known by the name of "Bull's.
Recto Mistura," has been to me. I have been afflicted
with the Piles for eight years. daring which time I tried_
my own rernedies,as a praetitioner, and many others,.
but withoutsuciess. Having heard of Mr. Bull's
Remedy, ;Tried it ; and though I used but one half-bot
tle, I can say that lam perfectly cured. I also used it
in a violentease of Totter, which extended orerthewhole
body, and in less than two weeks it disappeared, and
the skin beca me clean and smooth. I strictlyadhered to
the dircetions. SAMUEL ENTERL E.,
-Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by D. S. Reber, Druggist,
:Lelambn, Pii., sole agent for Lebanon county.
neat, d. 1857.—1 y. - ,
A N OMNIBUS belonging to the anderSigned,
will be daily at the Depot on the, arrival of
the Cars to take Passengers and their baggage to
any part of Lebanon and vicinity. Persons leav
ing by the ears will have the omnibus call at their
residences in time for the cars, by giving previous
netree at, Mrs. Rise's. lintel. The patronage of
the eitisens of Lebanon, and surrounding coun
.try; is respectfully salicited. ', s
July - 15/51-3m. LOUIS SUTER,