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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

' , _._FoK.tjk&jAdveriitier, Adrostical Enigma_, lam composed of'4.7 Letters:, _, My 1, 20, 12, 8, 36, is a kind _of iipise j My 2, 14, 42, 18, 31,11, _isian. _apimal; My 3, 30, 38, 26, 37,40, is ai vessel ; , •¦ My 4, 45, 21, 17, 47; 22, 16, is'rwdj My 5, 18,18, is the edge of anything; My 6,18, 3, 3, 15, 33, ia a kind of cap! My 7, 8, 21, 31, is a measure j. My 8, 46, 16, is a vessel; . ,;. My <¦?, 8, 24, 24, 2, 5, is a water passage; My 10, 7, 12, 19, 47, is 0. bird,*:.. ' -;; * „,-My 11, 27,34, is an imaginary-_| " ?,. , My _J2, 7, 47, is a kind of fish; My 13, 37, 24, 41, isthe head. My 14, 8, 2, is an herb; Mf 15, 31, 22, 24, is a preposition; My 10, 28, 8, 44, is the name of anything} My 17, 7, 40, 24,32/46, is an animal ; My 18, 33, », 22, 24, is a mass of metal; My 19, 12, 1542, 35, 46, 22, is a game at cards; My 20,13,2, is an imitator; My 21, 32-,-8,'8; 25, is a; lake; My 22, 30, 46, is an instrument j ' My 23, 27, 47, is an insect; ' , . My 24, 7,17, 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

Nature's Own. Eemedy. A Positive Care for Uvet Complaint and Bilious Disorders, Dyspepsia, RheumatismScrofula, Cutaneous Diseases, Fever and Ague, Costiveness, Piles, Dysentery and DSarrhcea,Worm_»i Suppression of the Menses, Nervous Debility, &e.. anda_'sure_'_-'PreTentative to all PULMONIC AFFECTIONS. -: W£ offer the Ancient Japanese Life Pills on a more extensive scaleaftbr we have tested them in the ¦worst forms of disease, and after having; been urged to do so by eminent physieians, who have tried them to their satisfaction. Performing cures where every other remedy bad failed, we fed it our solemn duty to _spread the glad intelligence to every family of the globe. They purge the system thoroughly of all corrupt humorSspenetrate and purify the " vital fluids, and the corrupt secretions aro 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 Inasuc. leaving the sys...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

Fine Properly at Public Sale. WILL be sold at public sale, on _Satgudav, SEPTEMBER 19, 1S57. in conformity to the last will aud testament of Tobias Krider, sr., dee'd., on the premises, the following RE A L ESTA TE, viz: 6 ACRES Limestone Land, of the first quality, situate in Cornwall township, (formerly S. Lebanon tp.,) 4 miles from the borough, on the road leading from hero to Cqlebrook Furnace, adjoining laud of Jaeob' _Ssmifh, Christian Dolincr and others. The improvements are ono _^j _JfcgKrk good . one-story weather-boarded log _^^^_fgfftA .pwelling House, Stable, and out- _gjjjftf 111_^ buildings; bearing Orchard; about_^^_ffifwMfiB 3 acres is ft line Meadow, with run- **=2HHSSSl uing water. The land is under good cultivation, and divided into eoiiveiiienfc llelds. . . . Good title and possession will be given on tlie 1st of April, 1858. The terms are $100 cash, and he balance next first of April. .ALSO, at the same time and plaee will be sold 2 ACRES SECOND-CROP GRASS; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

HOFFMAN, IMMEL <$> GO'S LEBANON COUNTY TRANSPORTATION LUVE BY UIS ION CANAL AND Ijcbunon _Vulley JRailroad. _rpHIS LINE consists of 22 first-class BOATS, X running between Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all other points along the Union, Schuylkill, Tide-Wnter and Pennsylvnnia Cahals. FREIGHTS contracted for at the lowest possible rates, and delivered with dispatch. The Proprietors will pay particular attention, and attend personally, to the receiving and delivery of Freights. SHIPPERS and MERCHANTS*!!*1 rely ~ on having their GOODS delivered in gooacon di I ion and with promptness and dispatch, at low rates. One of the Firm will pay particular attention to Goods shipped by the"1 Lebanon Valley' Rsdiroad. Goods will bo sent daily to and from Philadelphia to Lebanon, Myerstown, _Annvllle, Jonestown, and all other points in the county. For information, apply at their Office m North Lebanon, or at the Lebanon Vallev R. R. Depot. EDWARD MARK, their Agent in Philadelphia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

IMPORTANT TO FARMERS I A. B-HUESH'S PATENT _Hlannre _Kxcavalor and Hay Eievalor. TITANUFACTURED & SOLD by Elias Kreider, 1VX Proprietor of the right for Lebanon county, (excepting the two Annvilles & Londonderry. .. This Machine, ia.superior to,any now.in use, for _strength, durability and simplicity of construction. The Machine, .when set in the form of a Manure Excavator, _vrill do its work adtnirablj' . When the load, is drawn out as, far as necessary, by giving a little jerk or tap at the curve of the iong lever, it will unshift, and the stop bar lever will fly forward and the fork will unload itself. ¦ ¦ ¦ -. ¦ -! The same machine, with a very slight " alteration, will answer for elevating May in Barns, better 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 through the band bolt of the stop bar. Notice.--All persons are hereby forbid buying or selling the ab...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

BOROUCi_, _! ! PROPERTY AT P'OBLIC SALE. c WILL .be sold at public sale at the public house of David Hoffman, in the borough of Lebanon, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1857, tho f ' ollovving borough property, viz ; , , si—jo . . 1—A certain new first-class jgKSKi^^_i Brick Bivelluig House, situate in |^S s S gp Market street, west side, i square _^_PjjO_^no '_rtli of the Lebanon Valley,Rjul-9_^££&u5SBi!b i)!ilf in the borough of Lebanon, bounded on the south by property of Catharine Feenmn and on the north by No. 2 The Lbtis 2i_% feet front and extends back 198 feet; to Partridge alley. 1 - JTiiu.Mn NO. 2.-—Another new first-elass ^?^|"_aj_^_ji Brick Dwelling House, adjoining @fi» S-_^_iHE No. 1 and No. 3. Lot and Ilouso J|||| _^j _JjX same size as No. 1. . • Q s*ir"_iBi _jnSiiil NO. 3—A vacant i Lot of Ground, containing 28 feet front on Market street, running back to the alley, adjoining No. 2 and lotof Daniel Miller. The above property will.be _solfl separate, ofNo, 2 and the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

, iiEllSliAKlrS _MIJCM Ii OTJK _li PRO PERT IS _OPFKKED AT JB: r iv a t e 8 a I e. _^kggsSj. THIS has bees a, Hotui for the last 4~*^ _%6n3_& 40 years, and is well known over the • ii*^^3 t:ite as RE INHARD'S HOTEL,and |*«i*^^ _^ _,a the most central and best located in ^^^^^^_cbis Borough. It is located on the corner of _Cuni _'nerlujud and Walnut s,treet3, directly opposite the Court¦House;_i aiid but -two squares from the Lobnaou Valley Railroad Dupot, on the same street, (Walnut.) It fronts 45 feet on Cumborlard and 105 feet on Waliint streets, 39 feet on Walnut being 60 feet deep. The.Building is a three-story STONE HOUSE, 45 by 38 feet. The third story was put on not long _sinqe aiifl the whole house remodeled, with a frame Kitchen. Also, belonging to tbe property, a newly built stone STABLE on comer .of Smoke and Jail alleys, pii lot 66 by 64fcet, with a good Cistern, Ac, thereon, and cloiciy sifuatfcd to the Hotel. Also _iin EATING SALOON in tbe Basement of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

Taiua&Ie Town Property For Sale at Public Vendite! '\_AaflL ON SATURDAY, tbe 19th day of _if n_^^ SEPTEMBER, 1857, will be of- _jJlSMSip fered for .gale by the " undersigned_^ at _SSS_^s_^ Public Vendue, the following Properties, vi«: No. 1—A desirable STORESTAND and LOT, situate in the businesspart of the Borough of Lebanon, fronting Cumberland street, _between Mr. Brua's and Mrs. Shindel's Hotels; front 22 _feotS inches, depth 192 feet. • No. 2—A TWO-STORY HOUSE and LOT, 26 feet front, convenient for public business, situate in the borough of North Lebanon, corner of Wnlnut and Oak street, ono square from the Lebanon Val. Railroad Depot, and two from Union Canal. , No. 3—A One and-a-Half " Story HOUSE and LOT, adjoining No. 2. . No. 4—A LOT of GROUND, with a; large Snop or Dwelling, and a shed, adjoining ifos; 2 &¦' $. No. 5—A One Story HOUSE and LOT, intho Eastern part of. said borough, corner pfi—: streets, and adjoining Lot of David Boyer, near the Uuion Canal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. _OJO_^DAT, Bept. 7.—1' . 31. The Flour market is duller than ever, and in the absence of any export demand, standard shipping brands are nominally beld at $6 25 per bar rel, without sales, except in small lots for home consumption. At from that figure up to $6 75 for good and choice brands; $5 75a_7 50 for extra, and §SaS 50 per barrel for fancy lots, as in quality. Corn Meal and Rye Flour are also quiet.— The former is worth $4, and Pennsylvania Meal is scarce at that, and the latter $4 50 per barrel. There is more Wheat offering, and the milier3, who are the only buyers, are holding off and not disposed to purchase, except in a small way, at a concession of 5_alO cents per bushel on previous quotations, about 1500 bushels only having been sold at 135 cents for prime Tennessee red, and 145 cents for Delaware white, tho market closing unsettled, and very dull at these rates. Bye is in steady demand at the distilleries at SO cents.— Corn is also dull and un...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

NEW EXPRESS! _TTHE Subscriber has made arrangements for JL running a D ILY EXPRESS, in connection with his Freight Line, on Philadelphia and Reading and, Lebanon Valley Railroads, and is prepared to forward Packages, Money, Jewelry, and other valuables ' daily each way ¦ Between Philadelphia, Beading, &amp;c. Each Express in charge of a Special Messenger by Passenger Trains. All orders promptly delivered, and goods forwarded with the greatest despatch, at reduced rates. ' , ' ¦ Mark all goods Care of P. Albright's Freight Lixe, or Express, as parties ordering may intend. " Offices 311 Race Street, Philadelphia; corner of Fourth and Penn streets, Reading; at Sinking Springs. Womelsdorf, Moyerstqwu, and att D. Grseff's, Cumberland sh'eet, Lebanon. P. ,ALBRIGHT. N. B.—A. Line of Six Boats, running between Philadelphia and Pottsvillo to carry Merchandise and Freight generally. Schweitzer &amp; Co., 65 North Wharves, Philad'a. Chestnut street Wharf, Reading. Jnlv 20.1857—tf. <...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

Lebanon Valley Rail Roau! . Change of Hours.—Two Passenger Trains Each Way'Daily. ON and after Monday, SECTSijuBja 7th, 1857; regular PASSENGER TRAINS will leave Lebanon at 7 a. . in., and 3.30 p. m., daily, (except Sundays,) arriving at Jtestdiifg?at,8_i40 a._"m., and 5.10 p.m., and connecting with tbelup and down Trains for Pottsville and Philadelphia, on the Reading Railroad. • ' .Returning will leave . Reading at 10,20 a. m,, and 6.20 p. in,, arriying at Lebanon, at 12, noon, and S.OO p, m, , FARES :—To Reading, ,85 and 70 cents; Sinking Spring, 70 and 55; _Werneraville, 60 and 50;; Robesonia, 50 and 40; "\V;oinelsdorf,.45 and 35; Millbaeh, 40 _aad 30;MeyerstoWn, 25 and 20 cents. AH Passengers will procure their tickets bofore the Trains start. A Freight Train will leave Reading at 6.30 a. m., and Lebanon at 4 p. m., daily, except Sundays. ' G. A. NICOLLS, Superiirtendent.. Reading, Sept. 9, '57-tf. l -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

The Lebanon Market. , CAJtEFUi.L¥ CORRECTEB WEKKr_,Y. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1857. Ex. Family Flour, per bar. - - $8 50 _Dxtra Flour, per barrel - .... 7 50 Extra Superfine Flour, per _bbl. - 7 00 Superfine B. Flour, ...... -6 00 Superfine Flour, - - 5 25 Prime White Wheat, per bus.- - 1 30 Prime Red Wheat, per bus. - - 1 20 Prime Rye, per bushel ..... 65 Corn, per bushel ..-.-.... 65 Oats, per bushel .- JJ7_| Potatoes, " 50 Ham, 14 Shoulder, 12 Sides, -.-..- . -. 11 Lard, --- - 12 Butter,- ............ 14 Eggs, per dozen, - - - - - - - - - 14

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

IMPORTANT TO BUSINESS MEN Speed Increased and RATES of FREIGHT REDUCED _reHjaoonqoBsareSj HMiM_^_Aj * §a1TLJ THE HOUARD EXPRESS CO, HAVE made arrangements with the Lebanon Valley B, R. Co., to forward Goods, Packages, Moneys, &amp;e., in charge of their own special Messenger from Philadelphia and Reading by Passenger Train. Merchants wishing their goods forwarded punctually 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-mouey to make to any part of the U. S. or Canadas, will find the Express the only safe ' mode of conveyance. Office—No 4 Eagle Building, Lebanon, Pa., and 24S Chestnut St., below 3d st., Philad'a. JOHN ULRICH, Agent. July 22, '57-tf. For Howard Express Co.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

Real Estate at Jrwmc male. P URSUANT to tbelastwill and testament of Jacob Moyers, de' e'd., will be sold at public sale, at the lute residence of said deceased,on Sato ruay, SEPTEMBER 19,1857, thefollowing Real Estate, viz: A certain Tract of Land, containing 7, Acres and 97 Perches, more orjess, _aboutlj_.aeres jeovered with heavy Timber, 14 acre* growing _feproufcs, the remainder being under good eultivation,situ ' ate in Londonderry township, Lebanon county, near the road leadingfrom Campbellstown to _Oolebrook, about H miles from the latter placeand now occupied by John Albert, adjoining lands of widow O'Neal, Win. Coleman and others. &amp;_J1 The improvem. ents&gt; are a good, Log J_$_jgM_^- House and Stable with threshing floor, _(_fsfl_^sL spring house ona neverfailing spring, jlSg«j_^_ar and _itfine _Stream of water running pastda&amp;KsSs the door. Also growing thereon a fine lot of fruit trees, such as apples, peaches, cherries, &amp;c. Possession will b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

Q&amp;- Our friend Elias Kreider, of Heidleberg township, has become the propr ietor of a Manure Excavator and Hay Elevator. It is represented as an excellent and useful article. Of course, being such, all the farmers in his" district will give it a fair examination and trial. See advertisement; An Institution.—The CircU3 is an affair that takes capitally in this section of country. Sands, Nathans &amp; Co's Elephant Circus, last week, passed thro' this valley with flying colors. At both exhibitions the tent was filled to its utmost capacity. Cool ,-—The mornings and _evenings.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

Estate of GE0J1_GE _HEMPJBiliY , coca. NOTICE is hereby given that Letters Testamentary on the estate of George Hompcrly, deceased,- late of Londonderry township, 'Lebanon county, have been grauted to tho undersigned. All persous indebted to said estate will please make pay men t _* and those having claims will present them without delay. JOHN JblEMPERLY, Londonderry tp. JOHN EARLY, North Annviile tp. Auffustl9,'57-6fc. alate ilgi'ScuiUi ' i f_^_oiibitioii f I'llE Peunsylrania State AgrieuHural Sooiety X will hold its seventh annual Exhibition at Philadelphia _(Powelton Grounds) on the 29fch and 30th of September, and the 1st and 2d days of October next. The usual reduction on passen - ger faro and free passage for stock, will be furnished b y the Railroad'Companies. Tlie books of entry will-be open at Philadelphia on and after the _lSJfpfSeptember, m_^E^^C. ^?ALKER.; Philad'a Sept 2_^5 7-5 W {i&lt;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

WM. C. FAUBEU. BENJAMIN YOUNG. Ni'wCoachraakingEstabiishmcnt rafjlIE UlvDERSIGNED, having taken the ¦ j»_T COACH-MAKING Establishment of Mr LEVI LI GUT. on the Turnpike, at the East end of Lebanon, wish respectfully to invite tho public attention to their bu.sme_«is. Encb of us having served regular apprenticeships to the business, and having had much experience therein, we foel confident of oar ability to give satisfaction. Esr - ery article manufactured at our establishment will be under our personal supervision. We shall keep on hand. Ready Made ALL KINDS OP VEHICLES, which will bo warranted of the most superior quality. We will also attend REPAIRING, at short notice. ^^. None but the best workmen will bo employed in any branch of the business. We cordially invite the public to give us a call, and wo will guarantee satisfaction. Sept. 2,'57-6m. FAUBER &amp; YOUNG.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

ftsT" Another change of Time in the arrival and departure of cars on the Leb- anon Valley Railroad has been made.— Tho public is referred to the notice of the companv in another column. Holloioay's Ointment and Pills.—Tho most fearful cases of deep-seated abscess may be safely cured by dressings of the Ointment. In stopping the discharge and closing tho orifice, by its usejno danger is fnenrred. The virus is not driv»n1t,o _y. expeiieci irom the veins partly through the surfacebut chiefly through the channels that communicate with the intestines. To facilitate its expulsion through the latter, oecasional doses of the Pills shonld.be given while the local inflammation is subsiding under the healing operation of the Ointment. In ; all ease3 of external disease, warm fomentations should prewdetjhc application of the Ointmont.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

P.U BLIC SALE OP Valuable ISoroug-li Property. _*g§illE subscriber offers at public sale, oa SATgf UHDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1857, (if not sold previously at private sale.) bis valuable borough property, located on the south-west corner of Wailittt and Water, streets, iu the borough of Lebanon. The property fronts 10 feet on Walnut street and 19S feet along Water street. The improvements are a large one-story LOG DWELLING HOUSE, Frame Shop, and other necessary out-buildings. This is one of the most desirablo properties offored for sale in the borough of Lebanon, being but one square distant from the Court House and thu same distance from the Lcdanon Valley R. 11. Depot. Sale to be held at Haak's Eagle Hotel, commencing, at 6 o'cloek, p. in. Terms will be _mada known by PETER HESS. Lebanon, Sept. 2. '57.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 9 September 1857

Woodland for Sale. lent WOODLAND, the half of which is good timber, situate in Union township, Lebanon- county, near the Big Dam, adjoining land of Jacob Hunsicker,' _Einanuel Fey and-others_; Broetod on the premises is a good two-story log mv_«i&lt;WNo house, as good as now, good Stabling, and a well of never-failing Water. It will bosold'ehbap. Good title and possession ' given on the &gt; 1st of April, 18 58. For further information apply to . ¦ ; ;. ¦:.&lt; N. L. Bor' o, _TiiaY27, '57. &gt; DAVID BOYER. _^_SB_^ CANES.—At fine assortment of Plain and Fancy Walking canes for_^_Salo _ly [ _GVILFORD k _XBMBBUGER, ' ' ' ,i ~ - Hwrk»t Btareet.

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