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WM. M. BRESLIN, Editor and Proprietor.
LEBANON, PA., OCTOBER 14, 1857
OP' The Lancaster Agriculttral Fair eon:I
Wt. Hon. Andrew. Johnson, democrat, has been
'elected to the United States Senate, by the Legis
lature of Tennessee, in place of Hon. J. C. Jones.
An earthquake occurred in Missouri and
Illinois on the Bth inst. It was so severe in some
places that chimneys were tumbled doWn.
WS. The Rolling Mill of Messrs. Potts k Bai.
ly, in Pottsville, Pa., which bad been suspended
in September, again commenced operations on the
tab- The returns from Kansas are do incomplete
that it is bard to tell which side wins. It is neck
and neck with a prospect for a Democratic,Legis
psi- Bon. Louis McLane, Secretary of State,
under the administration of Gen. Jackson; died
in Baltimore, do Wednesday, the 7th inst., in the
72d year of his age.
Georgia election for Governor and Con
gressmen took place on the sth, and resulted in tiie
success of Democrats. Judge Joseph E. :grown,
the Democratic candidate for Governor, is proba
bly elected by ten thousand majoriti.
Orrln the foundation of the great temple of
Baalbeo are stones twelve feet square and over
sixty feet long, lifted high upon the wall and per
featly jointed. They weight from six to eight hun
DVMEWHEAT.—Tbe Columbia (Pa) Democrat
Bays there is a I.ery large crop of this excellent
grain in the country this year,and what is better
that it is a full yield, and will bo iu great abund
A PROPHEOY.-A correspondent of the Nero Ex
press says.—" Before the Arst of January we will
look back with surprise at our present folly, and
many who are now piophooying the worst, will
then say loudest, 'I thought so all the time.'
Air* It is little remarkable, tbat in the few
and-far-between periods during which the opposi
tion party had possession of our Stele government,
monetary panics and Bard Times had to be bat 7
tied 'with. The Dank suspensions took placein
1837 under the administration of Gov. Ritner,
and again in 1857, under that of.Qov.. Pollock.
2 An Illinois correspondent, writing from
Calhoun county, says that there had been cut a
mammoth tree; which made five thousand stave's,
that were sold for eleven dollars per thousand—
tctal, fifty-five dollars; and the toPaix cords and
half of wood, and sold at three dollars per cord
—total, nineteen dollars and fifty cents. Total
product of the tree, seventy-four dollars and fifty
.We publish to-day the , important corres
pondence between Mr. Buchanan and a number
of fanatical divines in the North who remonstra
ted against the use of the United States troops in
the enforcement of the territorial laws of Kansas.
The positive, firm, and caustic reply of the Presi
dent to the presumptuous and impertinent peti
tion of these "freedom sbriekers" clearly evinces
that they will find no favor from his conservative
and national administration.
Since the present monetary troubles have
dommeneed over twenty millions of dollars in
Specie has been paid out by the sub-treasury at
New York, for the relief of the community. Nearly
all this immense sum of money has gone to rein
force the banks, thus enabling them to withstand
the pressure much better than would have been
the case otherwise. This is one of the first real
practical efforts to test the merits of the sub-trea
sury system, and what has been done already in the
short space of thirty days, is said to have popu
larized the system more than anything done by
it sinee'its adoption. The much abused sub-trey
Fury has never been properly understood by the
people, but it will yet vindicate itself by being
the salvation of its bitterest maligners.
CHESTER. CASE, a silk pedlar, was killed at
Cherryville, near Easton, Pa., on Friday last,
while unhitching his horses. Ho had loosened
the traces and was in tho act- of unloosing the
tongue-strap, when he fell, and the hoises becom
ing frightened started:off, and two
over his head, killing him instantly. He is well
known throughout the country and many in torn
had become acquainted with him, having been in
this section very often. lie waealieut sixty years
of age, a bachelor, and viortli;. 'is said,'• about
sixty thousand dollars. Frord , letters found- in
his pocket, it is supposed the deceased has a broth
er and sister living in Hartford, Connecticut.- -
He was buried at Cherryville.'
The body of a young: woman was found on
Thursday morning in the water:ander Mali Creek
bridge, on the line of the Reading railroad, near
Molarsville. her throat wasnut, and it is the gen
eral belief, -for the nature of the wound, that she
was murdered. The unfortunate victim proves to
have been Miss :Adeline Bavor, a young lady of
about twenty-one years, well and favorably known
In the neighborhood where she resided. She had
left her home that morning on foot to visit some
of her friends, intending to go then to, the agri
cultural fair at Reading. Nothing more was seen
of her till, the body was found as stated: The mat
ter is undergoing investigation before Esquire
Ciotuter,o4Mohrsville. Besides the cutting of the
throat. there were two stabs in the breast. The
young woman is supposed to have_been murdered
for her money and.the Jewelry she had on. The
tragedy has:caused a great excitment among the
peOple,,liitt Ile clue to.the murderer has been found.
f3rEcin B Alamo ,BAstus.--Th'e Pittsbtirgh
setts says :—"The oldßank of Pittsburghloes on
is usual; never hawing refused to pay", specie on
any-of its obligations either during the pvesent
unfortunate crisis or at'any previous time of fi
nancial trouble. The Allegheny Bank is a new
bank and has just got : under way. It pays spo
rangia& In Washington county the .Franklin
Bank cofilinnislo pay Spedie; Is 'considered safe
and sonitd, and the community, judging from
Choir press, repose implicit confidence in it. In
Fayette Co. the Brownsvilleßank also pays !pe
ek; stands *ell*** Velcnow, and is eonsid
teed in good condition: Tbeiseine is true of thet
Farmers' and Drovers' Barikor:Waynesburg, and
die Kittanning Bank."
About two miles from,Hornellsville, N. 'Y., on
Saturday, Mrs: Anna. Burdick; !wife of Edwin
Burdick, was shot through' the heart and killed
instantly lby a ball dischity t ed, from a ride in the
hands of Lewlsieuterson,a nagrowhe was . Otempt.
tag to shoot a chicken. 'Petelpon was arrested,
examined, anA„ : gonuittedfor Anakaughter in the,
fourth' -4 11 res. /e s • " 413 ! Eit : 4 1 1 7 t Ye 4 r B.l 4d
and leave eight children, th e two '
twins .oaly nine 'Eolith old,
The Tricks of the Opposition
The opposition party to the Democracy lives by
excitement—by playing upon the credulity and
feelings of its adherents. The panic in monetary
affairs at the present time, together with the mis
representations they could make out of the action
of the Democratic members of the recent extra
session of the Legislature, was a perfect God-send
to them. There was a hook here fur them to bang
a hope upon, and like drowning men, they caught
at the straw. With what main a day or two will
show; but we believe that they found no more
benefit in their endeavor to shift the entire re
sponsibility of the hard times upon the democrats,
than a drowning man does from the straw ho
clutches at in his desperation.
Since we have. any knowledge in politic", every
recurring year luis witnessed a repetition; by the
opposition party, of some scheme of excitement
or panic, with more of less success. When it was
not a Hurd Cider, Military Chieftain, or Kansas
excitemnnt, it was "Ruin" "Hard-times," and the
stoppage of Furnaces and Cotton Factories ac
companied by the discharge of their employees.—
In every instance, however, jmmediately after the
election, and notwithstanding that victory crown
ed the Democratic banners, the times mended,
and when the Iron and Cotton works had finished
their repairings the laboring men were recalled,
work commenced, and everything went on pros
perously for another twelve months, until another
election drew nigh and further repairs and,new
excitements wore necessary.'
In the present instance the "Hard Times" are
no doubt owing to the extravagance and specula- .
Live propensity which has afflicted our people fer
several years Pest. But, there is no doubt, that
the opposition party, by its reckless granting of
banir charters and the consequent increase of an
inflated paper currency, also contributed a full
`share to the evils; and further, the hope of effect
ing the election just past induced them -to make
bad enough worse, and charging the Democrats
with what they themselves were guilty of. There
is no doubt that by their eleventh hour trick they
yet influenced thousands of voters. Still we feel
confident that Packer is elected, and that times
will soon become bettor and the country continue
to prosper, only as it can prosper when governed
by the Democracy.
NEW COUNTERFEITS : The following new coun
terfeits have made their appearance. As there is
a large amount of the inoney of the Banks we enu
merate in circulation in this comMunity, it would
be Well for our citizens to earfully 'esdruine all
notes offered them,before receiving them:
ONE—Columbia Bank, Columbia, Pa.,—Bank
has no is.
Tatum—Columbia Bank, Pa—Bank has no 3.
FIVE—York County, Penn. Vig, man and horse
plowing—Franklin's head. on right—girl on left
Flys—York Co. Bank, Pll,-, 'VIZ. two men,horses
and plow: Franklin on right; 'boy, girl and dbg
FlVE—Columbia Rank, Pa., altered—Vig. three
- females inelining—portait of Waahington on the
right—gooddess of liberty on left.
Tax—Harrisburg Bank, Pa. Vig. Washington
and Rittenhouse—canal boat on one end, and
male and fertile on the other—uulike genuine.
The President and the Professors.
THE LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT.
The undersigned, citizens of the United States
and electors of the State of Connecticut, respect
offer to your excellency, this, ; their memori
al. The fundamental principle of the Constitu
tion of the United States, and our political insti
tution, is that the people shall make their own laws
and elect their own rulers. 'We see with grief, if
not With astonishment, that Gov. Walker, of
Kansas, openly represents and proclaims-that the.
President of the trnitid States is _employing
through him(Walker) an at:eiy,- one pu'rpose of
which is to force the people of Ttanstis- to obey
laws not their own nor of the United States, but
laws which it is notorious and established upon
evidence they never made, and rulers they r
elected. We represent; therefore,..that by the
foregoing your excellency is openly holdup and
proclaimed to the great derogation of our nation
al character as violating hi its most cscential par
ticular, the solemn oath Which the President has
taken to support the bonstitution of this Union.—
We cull attention, further, to the fact that your
excellency is in like manner held up to this na-
tion, to all mankind and to all prosperity, in the
attitude of "levying war against a portion.of the
United States" by employing arms in Kansas to
uphold a bodrofmen and a code of enaetnients
purporting to be legislative';"but which never had
the election, nor sanction, nor consent of the pee
pie of the territory. We earnestly represent to
your excellency that we also have lakan'thh*olith ,
to obey the- constitution, and your excellency.
may rest assured that we shall not refrain froni
the prayer that the Almighty God will make your
administration an example of justice and beide,-
canoe, and with llis terrible majesty protect 'oiar
people and our Consiitution.
TUB POESIIiiNT'S Id.lllX.
WASHINGTON ClTTcAtig. 15, 1857
GEiTLEMEX,—On my recent return to this city,
after a fortnight's, xibsenee, your rr4morial with
out date, was placed in-inylhands„ through the a r7
geney of Mr. Itorattc;:King, of the Post Affice
Department, to whom it had' been . entrusted.--
Prom the distinguished source whence it proeeeds
as well as its peculiar' blidrititer; I have deemed
it proper 'to depart from ray gisiaer4 rule in such
cases, and give it an answer.
You first assert that "the fundamental pried
'pie of the constitution of the, United Stated and .
of our political institutions is, that the people Ana
make their own laws and elect their own riders...—.
You then express your grief and astonishment
that I should have violated` this principle, - eta,
through Gov. Walker, have employed an army,
"one perpose of which is to force the-..people of
Kansas to obey laws not their own nor of die Uni
ted States, but laws which it is notorious, and es
tablished UpOn etideece, they never made, and
rulers they never'elected." Add as a corollary
from the foregoing, you-represent. that I gni.
-penly held up and proclainied, to the great derog.
ation of our national character, as
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most essential particular, the solemn oath which
the President has taken to support the Constitution
of this Union." ,
These are heavy charges, proceeding from gen
tlemen of your high character, and if well found
ed, ought to consign my narnelto infamy% But in
proportion to their gravity, common justice,to say
nothing of Christian charity, required that before
making them, you should have' elearly ascertain
ed that they were well founded: If not; they will
..redound with withering condemnation upon their
authors. Have yon,performed this preliminary
duty toward the-mon, who, however unworthy, is
the Chief .I!daghstrate of !your country? If 'so;
either you or I are hi l iwing Wader a strange dez,.
lusion. Should' thin s gsve to'.be y4ur jeiuse,
present a reemorable:?.example (if truth - that politi
cal prejudice is blind even to the existence of -the
plainest and most palpable historical facts. To
these facts let us refer.
When I entered upon the duties j ottlf Fresidzn
dal office on thh .4th' ol:March list; whakwas the
condition of Fansit;?' This Teritory bad been
organized under , the Act of Congress of 30th May,
1854, and the government, in all its tritriehas, was'
in full pperatien. A Governer; Secretary of the
Territory, Chief Justice, two 'Airsocitite Justices, a
Marshall, and District Attorney bed.been appoint
ed by my predecessor, by end With the advice and
Consent of the Senate, and were
-all e ng a ged in
discharging their respective duties. A.,.c04p
laws had been enacted by the
ture, and ilia .firdieitriy 'were :erliaideireelPend'i
ins tinaiai6l4llodlaws effect: . It iy trite
trite that a Contrei , ersy had previously arisen rear
peeling tbk - 4.3idit . y of the elivtipn of nve 111 . 14.ers of
THE LEBANON ADVERTISER.---A FAMILY NEWSPAPER.
the Territorial Legislature and of the laws pass
ed by them ; but at the time I entered upon the
official duties Congress had recognized this Log
islature in different forms and by different enact
ments. The delegate elected to the house of Rep
resentatives, under a Territorial law, hadjustcom
pleted his term of service on the day' revious to
my inauguration. In fact, I found the, govern
ment or Kansas as well established ns that of any
other Territory. Under these circumstances what
was my duty? Was it not to sustain the govern
ment—to protect it from the violence of lawless
men, who are determined to rule or ruin ; to pro
vent it, from being overturned by force—in the
language of the Constitution, to "take care that
the laws be faithfully executed," It was fur this
and this alone,. that I ordered a military
force to Kansas, as a posse comifutus, iu aiding the
civil magistrate to carry the laws into execution,
The condition of the Territory at the time, which
I need not portray, rendered this precatition ab
solutely necessary. In this state of affairs, would
I not have been justly condemned, had I left, the
Marshal and other officers of like character'im
potent to execute the process and judgments of
courts ofjustice, established by Congress, or by
the` Territorial Legislature - under its express au
thority, andllitis : , had 'suffered the Government
itself to -become; an object of contempt in the eyes
of the people ? Arid yet this is What you desig
nate as forcing the people of Kansas to obey laws
not their own, nor of the United States; and for
doing which you have denounced roe as having
violated my oath. I ask what else could have been
done ? Would you have desired that I should a
bandon the Territorial Government, sanctioned as
it bus been by Congress, to illegal violence, and
thus renew the scenes of civil' war and blood-shed
which every patriot of the,country had deplored?
This would indeed have been to violate my oath
of office, and to fix a (Limning blot on the diame
ter of my Administration:
I would cheerfully admit that the necessity for
sending a military, force to Kansas, to aid in the
execution of the civil law, reflect no credit upon
the character of our, comitry. Dia lot the blame
fall upon the heads of the-guilty: 'Whence did
this necessity arise? , 'A portion,of .tho people of.
Kansas ' unwilling to trust to the ballot-box—the
certain American remedy for the redrese for all
grievances undertook to create an independent
government for 'themselVes. Had this - :attempt'
proved successful it would, , of course, : have sub
verted the existing governmept ,prescribed and
rc.cognizcd by Congress, and substituted 'a reveln
tionary government in' its stead. This wns 'a
Usurpation of the same ehttracter as it. would.be
for aportion of the people ef Connectieutity
take to establish a separate government within its
chartered limits, for the purpose of redresisng any
grievande, real or imaginary; of Which they might
have complained' against , the .legislative State
government. Such a principle. if carried into es:
cention, would destroy„ alllawful authority, and
produce universal anarchy.
' I ought to specify more particularly a condition
of affairs which -'I have embraced only in general
terms, requiring the presence of the military force
in Kansas. The Congress of the, United States
had most wisely declared it to be'"the true intent
and meaning of this net (Menet organizing the
territory) not to legislate slavery 'into any Terri
tory or State, nor to exclude it thcrefrent r bot to
leave the,people thereof perfectly free to form and
regulate their domestic institutions in their own
way, subject only to tho Constitueien of the Uni
ecl States.” As a natural conseqUerice;Congress
has also prescribed by the same act that when the
Territery of. Kansas shall be admitted, as a State
it "shall ho received into the Union with or with
out slavery; as their constitution may prescribe
at the time of their adtaisaion."
Slavery existed at that period, and still exists,
in Kansas, under the Constitution of the United
States. This point has at last been finally settled
by the highest tribunal known to our laws. How
it could ever have -been seriously doubted is a
mystery. If a confederation of Sovereign States
acquire a new territory, at Atm expense,of their
common blood and treasure, surely one set, of the,
partners can hove.no right to exclude the other
from its enjOyinent,AY prohibiting them from
taking into it whatever is reeognized to be prop- -
erty by the common. constitution. But when the
people—the bona fide residents of such territory
—proceed to frame a State constitution, thou it
is their right to decide the important question for
themselves whether they will continue to modify
or abolish slavery.' To them and , to them alone
does the question belong,, free from all foreign
In the opinion of the Territorial Legislature of
Kansas the time had arrived for - entering into the
.Union, and they accordingly passed a law to e
lect delegates for the purpose of framing a State
Constitution. This law was fair and just in all its
provisions. It conferred the right of suffrage on
every honafide.'inbabitant of the Territory; and
for the purpose of preventing fraud and intrusion
of citizens of near or distant States, most proper
ly confined this right, to those who, resided there
in three months previette, to the election. Here
a fair opportunity was presented for all the quali
fied residenceitizens of the Territory, to whatev
er organization. they might have previously be
longed, to participateln the election, and to ex
press their opinions at the ballot box on the ques
'tion of slavery. But numbers of lawless men still
continued to resist the regular Territorial govern
ment. They refused either to be registered or to
vote, and thatnembers of the Convention were e
lected legally,and properly, without their inter
vention. - The convention With soon assemble to
perform the solemn duty of framing a Constitu
tion for themselves and their posterity, and in the
state of ineipient.rebellion which : still exists in
Kansas, it is my imperative duty to employ, the
troops of the United Stitie.s, should it becomenec
essary, in defending the 'convention against vio
lence while s framing a.constitutiotoind ip protect
ing the kotefide inhabitants qualified to vote tin
nier thaprevistonsofAhis instrument in the free
exercise of suffrage, when it shill be submitted to
them for'their approbation Or rejeCtion.
I have entire Confldenei *in General Welker,
that the troops will not be employedtoresistactu;
aggresssion, or in execittion of the laws, and
this not until' the, power, f magistrates:
shall I proVe' him-ailing: 6 Pollow ing the wise
ample of Mr. Madison towariletheaartforti Con
vention, illegal dangere,mr.combinations, such as
that the .Topcka ,Penventionywillmot ;be:,dis-,
turbed,,unless they sholl,attempt to perform some
- Act Whia will bring them' :into 'actual' Collision
With thneonititution' and the laws'. lii that 'el
vent they shall be resisted arid' put down! by , the
whole, power of„the government. In performing
this duty I shall , have the approbation of, my own
conscience, and, as 'I libnibly trast, of my God.
Ithankyou for the assurance that you will "not
refrain from the prayer that Almighty God will
make my administration. an example of justice ,
find benifleence." You can greatly assist me in
arriving at this blessed consumation by exerting,
your influence' in Allaying the existing sectional
excitement on tho.subjectof elaVeryi Which -has
been productive of much. evil , and no ,good, and
which, if it could. sueeeed in „attaining, its .oh
ject, would ruin.slave as well as his maker. This,
would ho a work of genuine philanthropy . : Ni
ery day of my life .I feel how inadequatelum to.
perform the duties of my.high station without
the continued support of Piviine Providence.—
Yet, gazing my trust in HIM and
I entertain a good hope that He- will 'ortable''me
to do equal justice to all portions of the Union,
and thus render mean hurablerin.strament
storing peace and harmony amen. , the people of
the several States. '
The editor'of the ShaWneetown'litinoisian, who
has been cultivating the Chinese sugar Cane; es:
,timates that one acres of ground will intiliteeeigh:-
ty-seven dollars and fifty 'cents Worth Of molas
ses, seed and fodder,'at' a 'e - ost of thirty-two dot
lark and fifty cents, leaving a 'net profit of fifty
five 'dollars an a'cre. -He says he haS:Piaced the
cost at the Very; highest figure—probably too high
by `ten' dollars.-
The present Mormon populetion of Utah is es
timated by 'Eider itiCbardi at 00,000. There have
been some fluctuations in the populattop since the
last census,; but the arrivals have exceeded the
departures..." ; The total populatieeof the'Territory
Gentile and Mormon, is 80,000.
A wretche4 victim of misplaced
moaned Hnling, committed cuiaide inTowa
last week, knder the following,,cireumstances
Ho can been paying serious ottenitons to .e young
lady, and seeingher, xide past wlrh, another gen-.
•ttenian, and,knowtng that they ,yrould soon return
he went and hung himself upon an appie tree by
*the roailside,qa full view of the lady and his rival
and soon eipired.
a,yrannieal husband; makes hls wife eith
er,brukert4irited or cunning.., Ariexactlnpylfe
changes eveU,,,u, good husband, into a dissipated pr
',:tegi.lt is , f011.7;t0,- attempt uny t udekn4 begins;
ing in the hope of a, good ending.
'Yours; 'fory reapeotfrilly,
'Pennsylvania Election, ISA
The following official returns of the Presiden
tial election in the several counties of this Com
monwealth, will be found useful for comparison
and reference :
(Vidal Returns of the Presidential Election in
Pennoylvania, held in Noventber., 18,56.
a zI , WI a 0, 4
.., ~. 0 o
COUSTIES. 0 o x , 0
5 i a be s -=
P.: ~... - a if
fri 61 E- 4 ccl
Adams ? 1129 1225 24 2369 2637
'Allegheny, 13671 59,2, 896 15158 9062
Armstrong, 2963 113' ' -75 3151 2680
Beaver, . 2658 193 133 2884 1905
Bedfor4, 300 1784 152 2242 2458
Barks, 1037 3282 301 4623 11272
Blair, 445 1753 697 2885 2069
Bradfoikl, ' 6938 • 30 1 ' :*Bl 7030 231.4
Bucke, •4682 419 316 5417 6517 '
Butler, 3401 14 67 3482, 2643
Cambria, BO4 861 107 1772 2987
Carbon;'' 692 309 156 1157 1866
Centre, 890 1400 552 2342 2895
Chester, 6308 620 828 6756 6338
Clarion, 788 944 6 1738 2760
Clearfield, 756 550 93 ,;1399 1978
Clinton, 618 648 34 ' '1300 1485
Columbia, 1239 214 5 1458 2389
Crawford,. 5860 • 4 41 5405 3191.
Cumberland, 1472 1565 14 3051 3427
Dauphin;., '1615 2332 107 4054 3094.
Delaware, 1580 219 791 2600 2005
Elk; 275 45 •.7 327 575
Erie, 5156 37 252 5445 2554
Fayette, 2089 1128 46 3263, 3554
Franklin, 2446 .1217. .16 3079 3469,
Fulton,' 142 561 . 5 708 '979'
Greene; 1321 272 14 '1607 2747
Huntingdon, '926 -'9OB 734 2571 4164
Indiana, 3612 '231 32. 3875 1762
Jefferson, 1063 583 , 32 1678 1463
Juniata, 480 597 150 1227 1365
Lancaster, "6608 3615 977 11200 8731
Lawrence, 8065 11 85 :3171 1220
Lebanon, 2462 656 43 3158 2511
Lehigh, 3237 91 '3l 3359 4426
`Luzern% 4850 305 563 5718 6191
Lyconting, 934' 1700 70 2704 3324
McKean, 812 7 40 859 556
Mereer, 8686 15 103 3801 2699
Mifflin, 216 ~ 939 61 1.266 1491
560 57 12 , 629 2275
Montgomorjr, 2845 492 1773' 5119 8131
Montour, 656 138 ! 11 'Bl5 1271 -
Northampton, 1168.. .644 , 1194. 3006 ; 5260
NorthumberPel, 566 •1096 244 1906 3059
Perry, .521 .750 657 1928 2135
Philadelphia, 7392'`12218 11866 31976 28222
Pike, 270 'lO • 5 285 862
Potter, 1264 4 2. 1270 667
Schuylkill, 2188 2315 367 4870 7035
Somorsct, 1458 1404' 1 .2863 1163
Snyder, 443 1015' 49 1507 1155
Sullivan, 309 43 - ' 5 , 357 ' :538
Susquehanna, 3861 8 43 3912 2548
Tioga, 4511 ... 7 20 4568 1386
,'Union,,, ' 1428 171 15 1615 1092
"Tenango, 2941 65 7 2113 2157
IV:luau, .2091 2 47 • 2140 1231
Washington, '4237 137. 128 4502 4288
Wayne, 1172 76 37 2235 1259
Westmoreland, 4090 233 66 4390 5172
Wydniing, 1438 17 57 1212 'll7l
York, '5ll 3300 1001 4812 6876
Total, .147447 55891 26338 229676 230500
Total vote cast in tho State., . . 469295
'Total rotc for Buchanan,
Fremont, . 1
Fillmore , 4559911 203339
Buchanan over Fremont a Fillmore,(Unlon) 5710
Straight Fillmore Vote, : 2643/3 .
:Straight Fremont Vote in Philad'a,. '4Ol , ' -
Vote.for .Gerrit Smith, in .5 counties : .18
Buchanares majority over' all, .., . . '165
Fariry furs for !Audios.
TORN FAREIRA dj Co., (New.No.)BlB Market
it , street, above Eigkth„Rhiladelphia, Importers,
Manufacturers and dealers in. Ladies,, Gentlemen and
Children's FANCY YOBS, 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, Ghntlernen and Children; their assortment
embraces every article and kind of Fancy Furs that will,
be worn during the season—such as Full Capes, Half
Capes, Quarter Capes, Telmer, Victorines, Bons, Muffs
And Muffatees, from the finest Russian Sable to the low.
est price Domestic Furs.
For Gentlemen the largest assortment of Fur Collars,
Gloves, Gauntlets, Re.; being the direct Importers of all
our Furs, and Manufactnrers of them under our own su
pervisionove feel satisfied we can offer better induce ,
mentor to dealers and the publicgenerally than any other
house, having an immense assortment to select from and
at thellanufacturers' prices. ym.We only ask a call.
JOHN FAREIRA & co..
Sept.l6Jo7-4m. No. 618 Market St., above 6th, Faint.
Dover's . Liquid !flair Dye.
UDE 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 Row, CHESTNUT STREET,'
Philadelphia, December 22d, ISO 3.
"In regard to Rover's flair Dye. I can state unhesi
tatingly, that it contains no deleterious ingredients; and
may be tilted with entire safety, and with the utmost
confidence and ~MSS." BRINOKIII , I7aI. D.
Hover's Writing andlndelible: '
Are so 'siren. pm! widely known, as tovequire ix , eulogy
of their merits, it is only necessary to say, thatthe steady
and increasing demand, gives the best evidence that thby
maintain .thoir,character foratmeriority, which distin
guished-thigh wlied first introduced; years ago.
-Orders arliimssed_. to the 141antlfaetory. No. 41.5 RAer, •
Atreet, above Fourti!, (old No. 14t,),Philadel will re
ceive' prthutit atteii bon, by Josgrii - .E. norF,R,
, 'Sept.l6,'s7—tkprill6,'6B. 3lsinufacturer.
Gold Gold, ~
ABE greatest offer dn. gold pens . ,, gold. pencilsp gold
Chains, and gold watches, ever made., Read the
• A Splendid Gold Premium,
'Worth from five to one hundred dollars, positively_ given
to any perion who can spare one day in it week, or one
hour in a day, getting up clubs of subscribers in hisown
find adjoining meighborhood, for the best and most pop:
ular family newspaper now published. No expense, no
.no.capital required of agents. An entire. new.
plan is proposed, by which any person can succeed, in
malting it - a paying business , who will undertake r llie ,
agency. A private circular, for the inspection
only,- aithfull 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 hundred dollar gold
watch in one week. _
,Every family should ' rvtd at least one 'Newspaper from
dcw York. City, without interfering with their Local Pa
pers,, *fah of course cannot and should not, be dispens
ed with. Mt New York being the greatcommereird and
business centre of this Continent, no farmer, mechanic,
professional man, or merchant, is properly prepared for
the emergenelee of his calling, unless he lain communi
cation with New York City, by means of one of first
class newspaper mediums. Such 'a medium is caw ..LED-
Cr e ER,” neutral in politics, but giving all thelacts items
Of news, and thrilling incidents worth knowing through
out the country. •
A .11 7 :a&able , Gift.
Each new subscriber will receive with ,the first No. of
his or her paper, one of the new apd beantiful gigs point.
indelibleTencils,* just bnported fetal:lime; and for
which we have obtained the,elclusife agency for this,
country. This is the most ingeniousand useful improve-,
'anent 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. 'lt will last for
.years, and for preetical uso ie worth more than any golt
pen in the market.
' Periled of Premium' s and fall particulars, address
' BAIL ,h•WhIST, Publishers, New YoSk. City.•
* These Pencils supplied-to the, trade at aprontable dia
count • ' [Aug. 25, 'al.
BOOT' & , 81110 - S T R-E
ItATITs many thanks to my patrons for their
V liberal patronage thus. far bestowed, and
the determination to merit a continuation, of the
same, I ain now ready, - Ladies and G'intleMen,
(havingdisposed of my winter steek,) to offer you
a-well.seleeted gall and Winter stock. Come and
see and jndge for yourselves.
I will tell you the place, and you ne'er will forget,
When you once behold Graeff's beautiful fit
Of Gaiters, Bootee or Butihisiowhieh greet
With a graceful appearance on the Ladies' feet. , ,
My place may be found ottCumberland street,
Where each of my friends I 'welcomely greet,
- • 'Tis heremay be found all patterns well made,
Got up, in tall style for the opening Fall trade.
Come kentlemen, you that want a good boot ,
thave got. a Fall faahion.thiat surelyorill suit,
if a Calf or a Hip of good' mechanical skill,
Justgive me a call I'll flt youut will.
Ladies and Gentiemea, •
I also would call your attention to my well se
lected stock of Winter . Shoes, comprising 5 or 6
different kinds, which I will dispose of &treasona
ble prices, under a good insurance of excellent
N. 8.--Travelers now is your time, if you wish
to see , a largp assartmeM.. of• Trunks, Ifalises and
different kinds of Bags. Come one, come
14"isst • •
i fitArz, n nd_exas n ine the stook Atkips
11 lidnAdahi. Conte 'soon and pniohaise your
'Boots, Shoos, ail., at 4.thina do lifoAdaues,
STEAM PLANING NULL.
, BOAS, GASSER ct, GETTBE
.Rfft,r 6oll4 ' wish to inform the citizens of Leb
:L non County and neighboring roan
'-r.ties, that they are now in full oper
ation, and are prepared to do all kinds of
CARPENTER WORK ByMACH INERY
Flooring Boards, Weather Boarding,
Sash ,Boors,Window 4 DQor Frames,
Shutters, Blind's:, 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, and that
they are able to produce as good work as the Coun
ty can produce.
None but the best end'Welbsensoned LUMBER
will be used. Carpenters and Builders are invi
ted to call and examine their ready-made stock,
which they will always keep on hand, and judge
tift.. Their Shop is on Pinegrove Road, near
Pbreaner's Old Foundry.
ELLIAII Loarcucßz.....yorm C. GABEG...JACOD GAIML
Door and Sash - Manufactory
.Located on the Steam-llouselload, near 'Cumberland
Street, East Lebanon.
THE undersigned respectfully, 1.11-
SE form the public in general, that they
have r , tdded largely to Their former
estabUshment, and also have all
kinds of the latest and best Unproved MACHIN
ERY in the State in full operation, such as
WOODWORTIPS FLOORING, cte.,
for conducting the general tinniness for
Planing, Scrolls, :Sawing., 4.c., 4.c.,
and the experience acquired by E. Longalter and
J: G.Gabel,during their connection with the Door,
Seals and LutaLer Trade, fora 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 bneiness in this State.
now offer to Mechanics and Farmers
generally, upon favorable terms, a judiciously as
sorted stock of DOORS . ,-SASH, &c., from the best
Lumber manufactories in the State, feeling confi
dent that their assortment is not to be excelled by
any other establishment in the State in regard to
exactness in size, quality 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 leading arti
cles of stock on hand:— . .
Doors, of all sizes; ' Sash, of all :sizes;
Door Frames, for brick and frame houses;
Window Frarees;:for hrickand frame houses;
Shutters, of all sizes; Architraves ;„
Blinds, of all sixes; CaSings, from 3 to 0 in,;
All kinds Mouldings;:: &tubes° ;
O. G. Spring Moulding, of all sizes; Wash-boards.
L ONGACRE. GABEL Ifc BROTHER.
Lebanon, July 10,1857. - . . ,
P. S.—Planing, ; (oc., promptly done
for these furnishing the Lumber.
Opposite the Lebanon. Valley R. Re Depot, Leb
anon, Lebanon.county, Pa
wm.&..P. L. WEIMERi Propri
e S : l ;o i t m ver ' nf the ines
t_WA: latest styleS and patterns; with all
um modern improvements.. Also, superior 'Port-
able -Engincs,,(with,,Link Motion Valve Gear;)
mounted.on wheels, for Saw Mills,Wood sawing
and Roistinit'pnrpeses. Particular attention is
called to our small Upright Engines for Printers;
Druggists and perschis wanting a small amount of
Power. They take up It very small space, and
.can he put up in a roonuas.a household fixture.
Also Blowing Engines end Machinery for An
thracite and other Blast Furnaces, of improVed
'construction. , Forge Rummers, of P. L. - Weimer's
Patents;,Rolling Mill, Sawing, Planing and
Flouring Mill Fixtures; Mining Pumps; heist
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 of the best material, by well-known and ex
perienced,workmen; Smoke Stacks, Water Tanks,
Gas flues,.heaters, and sheet ironwork of every
description. [Our Boiler sheets are all tested by
dividing them into squares of 2 inches, and- ham-
Meringeach 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.
figr Repairing attended to with promptness
and despatch. A gang of Boiler makers always
ready for Boiler repairs.
Blacksmith Workautido to, order.
_WI - 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.
W.M. WEIMER, P. L. WEIMER.
Lebanon, February 4, L. 557.,
• FOR SALE.
UP1119:44,U1P : . MIDDLINGS,
SALT 8.Y.T.118 BAG,. BRAN,
at the Genesee mills of ,
MYSIISA MOUE, ,
Jan. 7, 1857.• `''" Lebanon-,'Ps. -
- WA TED
A T the Genesee Mills,
in the Borough of Lobe
non • WHEAT, CORN,
Y E,. :OATS,
In any quantity, for which the highest Market
.prices will be paiclineash, by • '
Jiaztuaryl,lB.s7.. ..MYERE.dr, SUOUR.
ITWELVE good Pious Barrel COOPERS, at the.
1 Genesee mills, in `Lebanon; to whom constant
work and good wages will be given. None hut
sober and steady workmen need,apply.
January 7, 1857. MYERS Is &HOUR.
IMPORTANT. TO FARMER.!
A. R. HURSIPS PATENT
Manure Excavator and flay
21ANUFACTUltEDt SOLD by Elias Rreider,
. PrOprietor Of fhe right for Lebanon county,
(excepting the two innvilles & Londonderry.
This Machine is superior to any now in use, for
strength, durability and. simplieityof construction..
The Machine, when set in the form of a Manure
Excavator, will do its work admirably. When the
load is drawn .out as far as necessary; by giving a
littlojerk or. tap at the curve of the long lever, it
unsbift,And the stop bar leverwill fly forward
and . the fork will' unload itself.
Thee same machine, with a very slight altera
tion, will answer for elevating Hay in' Earns, bet
ter than any kook or fork now in use. The fork
is unshifted, when swinging in the mow, by giving
a very little 'jerk at the rope, which is extended
down tlireugh the hand bolt of tho stop bar.
NOTICE.- —All persons are hereby forbid buying.
or selling the above Machine in, the.subscriber's
district, unless the same is stamped "A. It. llursh's
Patent, Manufactured and sold by E. Kreider:"
' lam noivqwepared lo furnish fartnere withlhis
valuable, achine. Por further particulars, `
Address . ELIAS. KRBILIBR,
Sluefferstown P. 0., Lebanon Co Pa.
Sept. 0, '5l-2ni.w • ,
Lebanon Valley `Rail Road!
;Aar r. lag _
•Change of Hours. - -Two Passenger
Trains Each' Way Daily,
oN and after MONDAY', SEPTEUBLER. 7th, 1857,•
. regular PASSENGER TRAINS will leave
Lelianon at 7 a. in., and 3.30 p.,m., daily, (except
Sundays,) arriving at Reading at 8.40 a. ni., and
V.10 , p". in: anct connecting with the up andllown
Trains for pottsville• and Philadelphia,. on the
Returning Will leave Reading at 10.20 a.
and 6.20 p. m.;arriving at Lebanon, at 12, noon,
and.B.oo p. m.
• FARES :—To Reading, 33 andlo.oertts;
ing Spring, Vi rind 55; Vrernersville, 00 and 50;
Robeadnia;"so and 40; Voinelsdort, 45 and' 35;
`Milibach, 40 artd-30; Meyer:stein', 25 and, 20 cents:
All Passengers will procure their, tickets: be
fore the Trains start.
A Freight Train will leave Reidinglit,o.3o
at., and Lebanon at 4 p. in., dilly, expeptSuilagi a ,_
G. A:IIICOLLS, Sttp , orititerectrear..
Reading, Sept. 0, ,st-tr.
311:1103H1L 111 L_TelG e m•
ki k -,---1 ,
P E R f V AYE R F.
a UtLFOBD A LEMBERGER, Graduates of
1.,4 Pharmacy, and Practical Apothecaries -and •
Chemists, offer to the public a large and carefully
selected stock -of Drugs, atedicines ' Chemicals,
Dye-stuffs, Gill,. tiiiees; Perfumery, Tpilet 'Arti
cles, Flavorimf ' Extracts , TObacco - and Cigars,•
pure Wines and Liquors%for Medical purposes}
with everytAdriginAtlAir -line as. Druggists, Per-.
fumers and venders of. Fancy Articles, which we
can confidently recommend to FamilieS, Physl
clans, Country Merchants and Dealers, as tieing'
fresh, pure, and prepared in the best manner.—
All,the new Preparations, Chemicals and Patent
Medicines. Ilorse and. Cattle Medicines. The,
largest assortment of Trusses, single and double;
fur children 'and persons of every age, -and for ev
ery -variety of rupture—carefully fitted and ad
justed if desired.' Abdominal Supporters.
\ls., All'orders correctly answered, and Physi
cians' Prescriptions and Family . Receipts careful
Country Merchants and Dyers wilrfind it
to their advantage to buy, of Guilford ‘'Lemberger.
- "wra... 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 A LEIIIBERGER'S-Dann. STORE
is opposite the Market 110n5e,..14
July 29, 1857, ' Lebanon, Pa.
NEW E X PB,E S
THE Subscriber has made' , arrangements for
-I-. running a DAILY EXPRESk in connection
with lila Freight Line, on Philadelphia and Read
in. and Lebanon Valley RailrbaldsAndis prepar
ed. to forward Packages, Jimmy, Jewelry, and
other valuables daily each :Way ,
Between Philadelphia, Raiding: . ite.
Each•Fx.press in eharge'of a Special MeSseiger
by Passenger Trains. All:Orders promptirdeliv
ered, and goods forwarded with the-greatest des
patch, at reduced rates. - '
Mark all goods CARE OF P. Amvartiter's YREIGIIT
LINE, or Exrasss, as partieS ordering may intend.
Offices 311 Race Street, Philadelphia; corner of
Fourth and Penn - streets, Reading; at _Sinking
Springs,• Womelsdorf, Meyerstown, and,Ut D.
Grreff's, Cumberland street, Lebanon: .. • •
N. B.—A.Line of Six Boats, running hetween
Philadelphia and Pottsville to carry Merchandise
and Freight generally.
Schweitzer & Co., 65 North Whatves,'Philad'a.
Chestnut street Wharf, Reading-
' 'LEBANQN COUNTY
TU. A NS PO It TA TION-LiNE
P. 4 o . llLa ii no . s ai 93ar:
BY UNION CANAL AND
THIS LINE consists of 22'first4-class BOATS,
running between Philadelphia, - Baltimore,
and all other points along the Union; Schuylkill,
Tide-Waiter and Pennsylvania Canals.
FREIGHTS contracted for at . the lowest pos
sible rates, mid delivered with dispatch.
The Proprietors will pay particular attention,
and attend personally, to the receiving and deny-.
cry of Freights.
SHIPPERS and MERCHANTS' can rely on
having their GOODS delivered in good condition
and with promptness and dispateh, sit low rites.
One of the Finn will pay particularattention to
Goods'shipped by the Lebanon Valley Enilroad.
Goods will be sent daily to add front Philadelphia
to Lebanon, Myerstown, Jemestortn,
and all other points in the county.
For information, apply at their Off= in North
Lebanon, or at the Lebanon 'Valle* R. IL Depot.
EDWARD MARK their, Agent - in Philadel
phia, will always be found at W. IL:Busies- Mir
chants' Hotel, North Third Street, Philaira.,
Lebanon, Aug. 12, '57-3m.
P. • S —WHEAT RTE, CORN, OATS & SEZDS
bought for uA.sa. IL I. & Co_
IMPORTANT ' . l'o BUSINESS MEN !
Speed increased and
RATES OF FREIGHT REDUCED
THE HO %I AIM EXPRESS Co,
ITAVE made arfangements with the Lebanon,
1.1.. Valley R. It. Co., to forward Goods, Packa
ges, Moneys, to., in charge of their own special
Messenger from Philadelphiaand Reading by Pas
Merchants wishing their goods forwarded pine
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.
Pcsons having remittances of money to make
to any part of the U. S. or. Canada's, will find the
Express the only safe mode of conveyance.
OFFICE—No 4 Eagle 'Building, Lebanon, Pa.,
and 24 Chestnut St:, below.3d at., Philad'a.
July 22, 's7—tf.. : .%P.OFlloirar'd Express Co.
Lebanon Female Seminary.
THE THIRD SESS7 ; OItof the "Lenexori FE
MALI?. SKlSramtrirO , *ill coffin-mine the "First
day of September, ne.rt. It is earnestly requested'
that , Parents intending in ?end their DAUGHTERS,
shoUld do so at the commencement of the Session.
Teacher...lf French 'and 3p/sic.
• - For,: the :first time. this 'Yell; at
W A it TX,- & BRO.'S,
HALL BUILDING, Market Street.
FOUNDRY AND 'MACHINE SHOP
‘ . .
t te n rsi c ,r t e i t l i ei w r o r t r tl ie d n rlsp a e l elu t lai p a u ttth i . n e
11 -111 n a E tte " n n
general, to the fact that they are prepared,jhe
Coming season, to mannfaettire and have on band
the largest and beet aesortaaent of - • -
FARMING IMPLEMENTS .; ; :
ever offered to the Fanners of this eourilty,,suels as
, Wheeler's Improved Rail*aillorse-Poivers and
Threshers; Manny's oom_binedt Rcapir„arkri
I , Mower; with Wood'slatestlropiovertzeiti's ; ;
Colemants Farm kill; Gram , Dulls Gourley's Paten'tttarroW and - •
Clod Cutter; Corn Ploughs and Planters; -
Portable Cider Mills,. CloVer-lfullers, Corn
Shellers, Fodder Straw and Ray .Ciatters,: fi e.
All of the above Machines are of thelatest
and best improvements, and are all warranted to
give satisfaction. Also,
aistinks of all kinds made. to Order
nd at short notice. Particular attention paid to.
REPAIRING, and charges reasonable....
Plasmas will do well to call and. oaluriine our
stock, before purchasing
.elsoWhere, as k they
-find it to their advantage to purchase Machines
manufactured in their own county.
All orders or communications by mail will.
be promptlyattended to.
A. MAJOR,& BROTIIER.
July 1,1857. • , Lebanon, Lebanon Co., Pa.'
IN the Court of Common Pleas of Lebanon count*:
Estate of MILLER. H.. STAMEACH.
rilifolH.E undersigned Auditor appointed by said
- rw Court to distribute+ the balance in hands,Of
Daniel Urichotssigneo Of said M. IL .Stambach,r
to and among creditors, will attend for Witt-par..
ptse, atllis office ino , the.borough. of Lebanon, on
JUESDA.Y, the 20th day of 0.011'013111,-,A.
1857, atone , oclocki p. xm e tat which /irop.:and pia&
parties having:claims will pleasepreseum i sth 4 4 1 y,
a ANTHONY S. ELY,
Lebanon, Sept . 23, 'fir.
NORTH LEBANON AHEAD..
-.4 //11- ALA - 11h7
CHEAP DRY GOODS
Groceries, Que eizSware, 4c.,
THE, tc BRO.
. IXT HO invite the attention of wan:seri - to theft'
VT very extensive stock of FR.E:SH,GOOBSr
embracing every variety of DRESS S GOODIVfor
`Ladies and Gentlemen, which they are prepared`•
to offer to reliable and prompt customers, at the
lowest rates, guaranteeing, every resigned* aatian,
faction. Please examine, before purebasing
where. ' JACOB K. RENCK,
April . 22, - 1857. JOHN K. FUNCK,
, oaCK toiti3 original
color, gray hair—covers the head of the bald withelux--
nriant growth—removes the dandruff, itching, and all'
cutaneous eruptions—causes a continual flow of the nat--
oral fluids; and hence, if used as a regular dressing for -
the hair, will preserve its color, and keep it from falling'
to estreme old age, in all its natural beauty, We call,
then, upon the bald, the gray, or diseased in scalp, to use
it; and surely, the young will not, as they value the
flowing locks, or the witchingeurl, ever he without it.—
Its 'untie is upon the tongue of thousands.
Watertown,.Xess.,' May 1,.1855...
Peer. 0....L.W00n:—A now me to attest thevirtues and
magic. powers of your !lair Restorative. Three months
since, being.exceedhagly gray, I purchased and soon com
menced to rise, two bottles; and-lt soon began to tell, in
restoring the silver locks to their native color, and the
hair which was before dry and harsh, and falling on; now
became soft and glossy; and it ceased falling; the dandruff
disappeared, and the scalp lost all the disagremble itch
ing, so annoying before, and now, I not only look but
;Oct: 2, 1855.
0.. Y. WOOD: "Dearnir realliag)he adver
tisement in one of the hew "York. journals of--your cele
brated flair Restorative. I procured a baltivilit bottle,
and was so much pleased with it that. continued its nose
for two montini„and am satisfied it is decidedly the beat
preparation hefore'ttihpu'blic. Itat onceremovidlll the;
dandruff and sinideisant itching from the scalp : TM& figs
restored say hair naturally, and I have no deisht, perma
nently so. You have permission to refer to me, all who
entertain any doubt . of its .performing all thatikelihned
for it. filiSs .Fazes", 26% Greenwich Aw.
r ittiVe 11804. Prof. O. J. Wood's - flair Restorative, and
have sulmired its :wonderful effects. ,It restored my hair:
where it bad fallen off; it cleans the head. and renders.
the hair soft and smooth—ranch Mora so Mall oil.
Stateof Illinois, Carlisle,:fnne27,.'ss.
I bare used Prof. 0. J, Wocid's Hair Restorative and
have admired its wonderful effect. Myhairwas beicom.
ing as I thought prettititurely &ilk, but bytlie use of tho
-'Restorative,' it has resumed its original color, and I
have no doubt, permanently so.
SMNE BREnE2 Xt.-Senator United Slates.
[From the Virashington Star.] .
Among the many Preparationa now in use for the re
storing, preserving and beautifying the hair, there IWO
none that we can recommend with more confolence than
Prof. Wood's Hair Itestorative.now in geneMl use thro'-
out the States. This preparation possesses the most in
vigorating qualities; :and never fails in Producing the
most happy. results when applied accowkinqtodireetions..
We refer our raiders to the advertisement for a few of
the innumerable certificates which bavebeestsent by par
ties, who have been benefitted Ily it, and feel happy in giv
ing testimony to its wonderful effeetsprottneed on them..
0.3. WOODS CO., Proprietors, Fl 2 Broadway, N. Y.
and 114 Market street, St. Louis, Missouri.
For sale, in Lebanon, at Outtvoant Lutstaorat's Drug
store. Also, by all respects bleDramists. [sept,2373m
A Retired Plrrsician,
75' YffAltS 'OP',AGE, '' ' '
;Whose sitnafOnire have nearly: run out, discover,'
ed while in the East Indies, a certain cure for.Con
trumption,Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds .t Gen
eral Debility. The remedy -was discovered by him
When his only child, a daughter, was' given up to die.--
He bad heard much df the wonderful .reettorative and
healing qualities of preparations made from the East In
dia Hemp, and the thoughtoceurred to him that be might.
make a remedy for his child. Ite studied bard end suc
ceeded in realizing his lisliftr. ' His child was cured, ana
is now alive and wellz" , He has since administered the
wonderful remedy to thotMands of-sufferers in all parts
of the world, and he has never failed in making them
completely healthy and happy. Wishins. to done much.
good as possible, he will send to Mich oehis afflicted fel
low-beings as request it, this recipe, with full and expli
cit directions for making , it up, and successfully using it_
He requires each applicant' toinclose him one shilling
—three cents to'be returned as postage on the recipe,'
and the remainder to be applied-to the payment of
this advertisement. Address. '
... PR. IL JAMES, No. 19 Grand Street,
Sept-23, 'Si-lm. Jersey City, N../
SUFFERERS with diseases of the Bladder, .girL:
neys, Gravel, 'Dropsy, Weakness, Joe:, "read
the advertisernent, in another enlittnia, headed
‘lTelmbold's Genuine Preparation."
Tznc OVFkLICAI. MET.MINA pr... I F3L '
And Jr.!i article of the 1.14 erer-lasirod l ;eid st ‘s e ; -
omit of "Tut..,, , s•c• WWs:"Pi o ..46, or mil, o th,
country j edi other !'reLmf7nsc Weikel Ire eoitql , rfeita,
The g owins ono biAiari4ly sr/. ThanyE sit"rdarc.
otworpcd ai•sach WAVitikt.•:" . ^^ - -
ra i vASP , T:Krieliti&VArtt nor
Relieve Coughs, COlds, - ,ltore.throat. Ramona&
ERT . AN'S : PUI4EANICI,WAF"EW
Reliec, Asthma. Bronihiti&Difileilt Bießtlli
BRYAN - s Pui,MONIC WAFERS
Rol:little Spitting of Paixid,i : Pains in the Chia...
BRYAN'S Plillllol4lC-WAFERS •
Relieve thicipient Consurapticmclssisg Dis' mama
rirtvAri.s PutatONlC WAFERS
Relieve. Irritation of the Uvula and 'Tau*,
Ti t ß VAN'S- PLI.MANth WAFERS .*
Relieve the above Coiaplailits - M Ten Matteis.
BRYAN'S - PULMONR" WAFERS "
Are a blessing to ell elassestand conseitutiptn, - : , ,
BRYAN'S Pri,lurNit , WAFERS -
Are adapted for Vocalism and. Public Speakers.
um - AN - A,
Improve the ancisass and- flexibility of the Vein*
Attrors PIJIMONIC WAFER
Are inn simple forninn&pleasent to the taste
RRYAW. iriAtoNlif WAFERS -
Not only relieve, but effect rapid & lasting Cues:
BRYAN'S i'L7l,3l6:yle WAFERS
Ire wairantodith give eitbiLuOtion to ever/tit:A
No Naafily, ahbulcl be:withal:it a Box of
EX THE lit , CSr: ,
No Traieler ihouldSilarittunit a Box at
Ih : inn's Palnainie Wafers
No *Wei ahaukl be withdui a sapply of
F ulraanie Wafers'
FOR HIS et:WU/MERE,
No person': NVIIPAYer .object .In, give ibr
Foi sale by Dr. ROSS,,opposite the Coutt Rouse; L'eb ik
.non, Pa-, and by all respectable Druggists throughout tlie
'linked States and Canada; also by Barmy Birch,
tug, Pa. -
FOR PILES ItirtEß RINGWORM
ND for any'Bruption or Excerlithat off the Skin,
thfiVwhether on the head, face; Mini or alter parts of
bogip.' 01E1 ulcers-4r gores, and pimpleis on the face,
May he speedily cured by the nee of the. Recto Ristura.
To those especially that are sufferhas from* the Piles, no
Offer a sure remedy. . .
From Rev: Mr.-
}marline, Pastor German Church, Oor.
For the benefit of thtkafflitted, Flee' it a duty to state
what a,, blessing a inedicinm , kneuri. b'y tbe name oV.:Buirs
...Recto Mistura," havicleo y have been afflicted ,
with the Piles .forspigtlttAmstwaduring whirl:Mine/ tried
my own reineditif assi praCtitionler, and ' - nrany-bthers,
but without succeme - ~Baying. heard.of Mr. Rules, Pile
Remedy,/ trie(Lit; and though I used but onciiMf-bot
tle, I can Asa:yr:that / Ata perfectly cured. also used it
in a violent, ease otTOt4er:46Voli os:tendOd'overtbe whole
bpdy;and Wiest than "two - *Seim it disappeared, and
;the cleen - andnutooth.v. 'AI L ;strictly ad towed to
'the d' becam e
• , SAMUEL lINTERULNE. -
- Salk 3ntolesale and ItOiail,,ky,D. B. Rabor, Druggist,
tilbation; Pa.; Rae agent for Lebanon county.
Air* THERMOMETERS, &c.—Persons in
Wont of. accurate and reliableThArmonteters, Hard
Mirrors,' Trayoling do Fancy Toi
let Bottles" Puff Boxes, Lubin's and other Choice
Perfumes, Tortoise Shell, Buffalo,, India Baripber
and Horn Pocket and Toilet `Combs:: l -FraleY - iFer.
.gar and Ash Btandi fa new' Ortiele.l 4
- Collet G-LTILIi:OHD tb - LEMBERGtiIIS
New Drut, Medicine Jr, Perfumery Estakliimenc,