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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Republicanism.—It is but a few days since the New York Tribune gave us to understand that the Eremont party of November last, and that Republican organization of to day, are different institutions, and that thousands of the supporters of Fremont, are not to be relied on as consistent advocates of Republican abolitionism. Iisstatemeniwas this " : Thousands did vote for Fremont last November who were not Republicans, and had never before 1856 pretended to be. Some of these really believed that the outrages in Kansas would rev. olutionize the country ; some " went in for the chances," especially after the magnificent triumph in Maine, fancifying that their prospects for missions eollectorsbips, territorial governorships, and other nice tid-bits, were better in the comparatively unofficered Republican party than in either of its. rivals.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

NORTH _LEBANON AHEAD WITH AN - y _]BL«i _H_^_hT r ~W_^ i*r _^ ¦ _ASSOUTMENT OF CHEAP DRY GOODS Groceries, Queensware, Stc._^ BY FUNCK * BRO., AT THE MANSION HOUSE _JVorth Lebanofii WHO Invit_* the attention of purchasers to tlioif very extensive stock of FRESH GOODS, embracing every variety of DRESS GOODS, for Ladies and Gentlemen, which they are prepared to offer to reliable and prompt customers, at the _lotrcstratos, guaranteeing every reasonable satiufaction. Please examin«, before purchasing olsn- ' _£we JACOB K. FUNCK, April 22, 185?. . JOHN E. FUNCK,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

_JSOROWH _PKOPERTf AT PUBLIC SALE. WILL bo sold at public sale at the public house _,of David Hoffman, in the borough of Lebanon, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1857, the following borough property, viz : _^ j| g_H-. NO. 1—A certain new firsfc-elass _Jfi_^ ' ml Brick Dwelling,,House," situate in _ejgwl p 5 _|_w Market street, west side, i square _MmUM_^_jK north of the Lebanon Valley Railffg£%_igfs3a&& road, in?tbe: bbrough of Lebanon, bounded on the south by property of Catharine Peeman and on the north by No. 2. The Lot is 21£ feet front and extends back 198 feet to Part-NO. 2—Another new first-class .,_i|||M'p_^_jtai Brick Dwelling House, adjoining _w|^_inlK No. 1 and No, 3. Lot and '_^c J_^_mKB same size as No. 1. • -'¦•. ; t .- ¦ ; ¦ , _&??_v*_£m*_sam NO. 3—A vacant _J;Lqt of Ground, containing 23 feet front on Market _street, running back to the alley, adjoining No2 and! lotof Daniel Miller. The above property ¦ will _behold separate,ror No. 2 and tho vacan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

IIILI_, , SAW-Uil_^Iv 03 _ACRES _' OF LAND AT P R I VA T E SALE. _rpHE subscriber, being desirous of selling his X merchant and Giwst Mill, together with his Saw Mill and sixty-two acres of land, takes the present opportunity of informing the public that lie has one of the best Mill Properties in the county of Lebanon, situate one-fourth of a inile from Jonestown, on the Swatara Creek, and one-half _^ _Jj_^-fjL mile from the Union Canal} at Jones-^^_MJTs_^_a town. This mill has been newly HHH11 l_^remodeled with the bes t of bevel j|l|_3$yyjyygj|gearing, and everything in the best gygSafeSiESsi 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 person wishing to view said property, can call at the mill for information, or on the subscriber, two miles from Jonestown. Ah indisputable title will be given, and by paying a small advance on the propert...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

0_O~ Some of the Clergy of the New England State have not yet learned to mind their legitimate business. Prof. Silliman and several Doctors of Divinity, of New Haven, have recently sent a letter to President Buchanan, objecting to the employment by him of the United States military forces to execute the so-called laws of Kansas, and assuring him they will cease not to pray that he may have the proper course of duly pointed out to him; or something to that effect. To this letter the President has just replied, briefly but pointedly, denying their premises, questioning their knowledge of those laws, and, after acknowledging their validity, he calmly assures them that; by the help of God, he will enforce them, in accordance with his oath of office. ¦ '«.'•

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Call and See I lie Dry-Good_^ Grocery & Crockery AT -THE FARMERS'STORE r EONARD ZIMMERMAN informs his _friemls JLj and'the public that he has just received a new stock of GOODS for the Spring Trade, whieli will he found as cheap as any stock of thekind in this town, consisting of all such Goods as are usually kept in a first-class store. Particular intention is giveu to Staple Goods for the Country Trade, not neglecting the fancy articles for Ladies' wear—such as Lac * es, Lawns, Edgings, Uudersleves, Handkerchiefs, «fce. Gentlemen are invited to examine his Cr._OTirs, _Cassimures, Casinets, Tweeds, Summer Cloth?, Fancy and other-Testings, Velvets, Cords, Ac. In the Grocery department may be found a splendid assortment of every need in the Family:—Cuffee, sugar, spices, Tests, Mackerel, <kc. * In Crockery, the stock is well selected. LEONARD ZIMMERMAN. jSSS-Tfce highest market price will be paid for Country Produce. Lebanon, April 22. 1S57.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Lebanon Valley Rail Road! Change of Hours.—Two Trains Each Way Daily. (YN and after _#Iouday, August 17th, IS57, the U regular _PASSENGER TRAIN will leave Lebanan at 7 a. m., _returning from Reading at 6.20 p. m.; and an aecommodation Freight Train, with Passenger Cars attached, will leave Reading at 10.20 a. in., returningfrom Lebanon at2.15 p. m. daily except Sundays. These Trains connect in each direction with the regular up and down Passenger trains on the Reading Rail Road. FARES :-_^-To Reading, 85 and70 cents; Sinking Spring, 70 and 55; _Wernersville, 60 arid 50; Robesonin,' 50 and 40: Vromelsdorf, 45 and 35; Millbach_^O and 30; Meyerstown, 25 and 20 cents. No Second Class Curs in Regular Passenger Train. /All Passengers will purchase their tickets before the Trains start. Reading, Q. A. NICOLLS, ansj. 19, '57-tf. Gen. Snp ' t.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

_OCr Wilmot is working hard for the votes of the Know Nothings. In a recent address he gave what he consider* ed, " particular jesse" to the Catholics. Hp said that "as a clas3 they were aracing the least enlightened of our population." Wer beg to differ with Mr Wilmot. The Black Republican leaders as a class, judging them by iheir principles, political actions and legislative acts, have written themselves down the veriest asses in Christendom. The Catholics, if they do generally vote the Democratic ticket, have a reason for doing so, which is more than can be said by most of those who intend voting for that " abolition, secession, free trader, special privilege, plundering locofoco, Wilmnf."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

e.raber: h.rabeb: j.M.RABKBr RABER $t BROS. THIS NEW FIRM ARE HOLDINC OUT GREAT INDUCEMENTS, BY THEIR SPLENDID ASSORTMENT or _ SPRING_JtNJ> SUMMER GOODS, WHICH they are selling off very cheap. Their assortment of Ladies' Dress Good* is hard to beat, having all the new styles, whieli are all well selected. Among them you will find Lamertines, _Ducals, ' Oriental Lustre, Chinese Cloth, Printed Lama, SilK Tissue, fig'd, Crape de Paris, Berege Robes, plain Tissues and Eereges. Black and Fancy Silks, very cheap and vtry handsome, Challis, M. D. Lains, BeregeD. Lain&, Prints, Ginghams, Lawns, Brilliants, Lustres, Ac. and a variety of other Fancy Dress Goods. The ladies are especially invited to call and see the-New Goods. April 22, 1S55.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

BULL'S . RECTO MISTURA, FOB_^PI IiES_^TETTER, RINGWORM _Jpi ISD for siny Eruption or Excoriation of tlie fk'n _- _£_-£_a*3 whether on the bead, facearms or other part* |l} the bojly. Old ulcers or sores, and piiuple« on the fa"1 * may be speedily cured by the use of the Kecto Mistnra-•Co those especially that are suffering from the Pile*, *e Offer a sure remedy. From Rev. Mr. EnterlinePastor German Church, Cor. Conway aud Sharp streets; For tlie benefit of theaffiicteiI feel it a-duty to stst* ¦what ablessingamedicine, known bvthenameof "I««H' Kecto Mistura." has been to me. I " hare been .iffii_' _'1 _'1 with tbe Piles for eight years, during which time I truw my own remedies, as a practitioner, and many other* but without success.1 Having heard of Mr. Bull's 1 »1 ' Remedy, X tried jt; _aad though I -used but one btilW'0 ?" tie,I can say that Jam perfectly cured. I also nsw! " in a violent case of Tetterwhich extended over the wl"_* bodyand in less than two weeks¦;.it disappeared...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

_^^41 jflEadDffBnlKjHBfl_^^_BBBuZ&r ill/M Costar's Rat, Roach, _$c, Exterminator Put up in 20c. 35c., 65.. and $1, Boxes. Lostar's Bed Bug Exterminator Pat up in 25c, 50c. _*5c, and $1. Bottl _' es. Costar's Electric Powder, for Ants Insects, Ac, Put up in 25c. and 50c. Boxes. Principal Depot, No. 38SBroadwa y, Newark and sold by DRUGGISTS DEALERS every a 1_ulSft_^l^^ _Sr«* _^ Mail_, tabhshment, opposite the Market, Lebanon Pa TO THOSE WHO BAM __ _^^. -_^g_* j**^ ~ M_^Z- ISM_* S_^ • *^_T wh WITHIN THt HEACH OF EVERY MAS. flrmn p MDGWAY FARM COMPANY has made ar-Hf _" angenS bj- trb«b .11 who desire to _seUle or PU T_^"_£_™ 'ES£?_# _ttc best limestone soil , of the f _f ^™_Sor ana ity for farmingiu a rapidly improv-™ inTinto wMch an extensive emigration is now »„!,£„* ' The _pwpwty is located in Elk countyPenn pouring. J-heprope y tbrf ing population of some msmm _Sadts Co«nfofflveP ercent.Will be allowed, and _^SS_^WSra_^_-_^_t _o of raising thf he_^lifcrops_^ owing to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Good Idea.—In Hartford, Conn., Mr. S.G. Eggleston, desirous of introducing water pipes from the street " mains" to his house, instead of tearing up the sidewalk and digging a trench, procured a three inch auger, and attached an iron rod fifteen feet in length to it, bored through the ground under the sidewalk until he hit the main, where the connection was made. It was the work of a few minutes, and cost but a trifle compared with the old mode. The Times suggests that augers be made for the purpose, and the plan be adopted for gas _aod water purposes.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

At Manayunkj on Sunday night, Mr. WmNColliday_, who was bitten, last March, by a small cur, died from hydrophobia in its most frightful form. At the time the wound caused him no trouble, and the circumstance had long teen forgotten. The first symptoms appeared on Saturday, and of so violent a character that during the paroxysms he broke, as though they were threads _^ _^e , cords with which it * was found neeb_^ \Y to _k*nd h'm ' The case is cited exor_^s8_^s _' c5anj3 asa PPa _M* ng beyond Good Cows.—Mr. David Jefferis, of East Brandywine, Chester county, has five cows that are hard to beat —all of which were raised on his farm. They have for the last two weeks made 43| pounds of butter in each week, and cream used plentifully beside—one of which has been milking since the first day of February ; one since the second week of March ; one since the 15th clay of April, (with her calf,) one since the 24th day of May ; and the other since the 12th of June, with her fourth calf —wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

FOB. GOVERNOR, _wir_.r_.r._t.n jp. jp& _ckbu_, Of Lycoming County. WOft CANAT_. COMMISSIONER, WIJflROn STJtMCME_,&J%*_D Of Chester County. FOR SUPREME JUDGES. ,. _tVMMsMjIdlJfM _STM0J%m &, Qf Berks County. JTJIME&. WMQMW*_SOJ%m , Of Erie County.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

O_^_T Americans Philadelphia have nominated Hon. David Paul Brown, for the office of Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. OCrA boy, 15 years of age was last week arrested in New York, and committed to prison for forging the endorsement of his employers,to a check for $500, and obtaining the money for the same at the bank. _» •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

CLOCKS . Thir ty. llay 5 _fif _kt Bay, Thirty Hour CLOCKS, Just Received at J. J. BLAIR 'S Jewelry Store, Lebanon, Pa Revolvers, Pistols _Pcckcfrtinivet A BEAUTIFUL _assorffient _aJa_^_Sf 2* ii aug.l9/5r. _EEIZENSTIInTbRO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Religious Notices. _llie _TTarrest Sermonwhich was postponed; will be preached next Sabbath morning at 10 o'clock, in the Oermnn language, and English, service in the evening, ia the Reformed Church. , ,' * English Preaching both -morning and evening in the M.E.Clrarch. English preaching noxt Sabbath morning and evening in Zion's Lutheran Church. Religious services on next Sunday evening in Salem's Luthernn Church in the English language. _English preaching next Sunday morning iu the'Moravian Church; ¦ .. . . i ,. ¦ •¦,.,¦ ,. . - ; _i ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

^©-Alarge bara belonging to Elias ITocn, .ncar Kutztown, Berks county, was struck by lightning and destoyed on Saturday a week. Loss $3000, of which $2500 was insured by the Sinking Springs Company. It is said that the building was not provided with a lightning conductor, on which account the Company will not hold itself responsible for any losses. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

..: . ;:..:.,; ;IIA:RR;IK» _5 - . ";¦ ; On the 23d irist, " by the Rev. Frederick Krccker. Mr. FriaiikHti Secbrist, of Iianeastei'county, to 31iss Leah KleinfeUer of Lebanon _eounty. On the 23d inst.. by Rev. Father McCosky, Mrs. Mary Ann McLauglilin, to Mr. Denuis Boyle, both of Lebanon.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

BUBD, ._;. On the 14th _inst.. in Bethel Township, Oliver B. Kelnliard, nged about 43 years. ' On the 5th inst., in Bethel. Mr. Christian Ilunsicker_, aged 81 _yeara, 4 months and 9 days.

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