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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

•WSI. C. PA15BEB. BENJAMIN YOUSO. New ( Joach m ak i n g Estab fishment _ffjIIE _UNDERSIGNED, having taken the _j) COACH-MAKING Establishment of Mr LEV! LIGHT) on the Turnpike, at the East end of Lebanon, wish respectfully to invite the publie attention to their business. Each of us having served regular apprenticeships to the business, _, and having had much experience therein, we feel confident of our ability to give satisfaction. Every article manufactured at our establishment will b * e under our personal supervision. We shall keep on hand, Reapv Madb ! ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES, which will be warranted of the most superior quality. We will also attend to REPAIRING, at short notice.* _^_g§«, None but the bes t workmen will be employed in any branch of the business. We cordially invite the public to give us a call, and we will guarantee satisfaction. Sept. 2, '57-6m. FAXJBER & YOUNG. IMP OR TANT TO FARMERS ! a. b.jroRsirs _fatent Manure Excavator and Hay Elevator. lirAN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

The Lebanon _IWarkei. CAREFULLY CORRECTED _WEEKLY. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1857. Ex. Family Flour, per bar. . . 88 50 Extra 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.- i- 1 30 Prime Red Wheat, per bus. - - 1 20 Prime Rye, per bushel ..... 65 Corn, per bushel -..------ 65 Oats, per bushel .-_•--•-•• 37 Potatoes, " ........ 50 Ham, -- ..... ..... .. . .. 14 Shoulder, . - - - - - - - - - - - . 12 Sides, ------ --- --- - . 11 Lard, - - - - - - - - - r - - - - 12 Butter,- .-.---.-.- ¦ - - - - 16 Eggs, per dozen, - - • - • - »' . • - 16 PHILADELPHIA _MARKET. ¦ Monday,'Sept. .14.—P.M. The Breadstuff's trade continues depressed, and the market for Flour is heavy and dull, at $5,75a $6 per bbl. for shipping brands made from new Wheat, but buyers arc sby and, not _disposed to operate at these rate3 in the present state of the money market; the local trade is moderate within th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

Democratic Senatorial Conferee Meeting. Tho Senatorial'Conferees from Lebanon county, Dr. C. D. Gloninger, Joseph _Gfleim, and Joseph Longenecker, and those from Dauphin county, Frederick Trace, James H. Morgan, and. Geo. "VV. Knox, met at Palmyra, on the 10th of September, 1857, when on motion Dr. Gloninger was elected Chairman, and Geo. W. Knox, Secretary of the Conference. On motion of Joseph Gleim, the Conference proceeded to nominate candidates for Senator. Mr. Gleim nominated Jacob Weidle. Mr. Trace " Richard J. Haldeman. The Conference proceeded to ballot, when R. J. Haldeman received three votes, and ¦ Jacob Weidlo " " " No "person having been nominated/ the Conference proceeded to a second ballot, when _, R. J. Haldeman received three votes, and Jacob Weidle " " " There still being no nomination the Conference proceeded to .a third ballot, when R. J. Haldeman received three votes, and Jacob Weidle (i " " Mr. Gleim,when the third ballot being announced, withdrew the na...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

( Dr. Wesley (xrindle's _^ A_. CELEBRATED * _. \^k Magic Compound, _^5_a A POSITIVE CURB FOR- • -\H& Pulmonary Consumption!!! KB Also, an effectual cure for Scrofula, BEM Dyspepsia, Obstinate Cutaneous, Kl Kruption_«v Chronic _Rheumatism, Ms Bilious Disorder?, General Debility, Km nnd all diseases depending upon an _^B impure st«te of the blood. mm _4_®-l_'rincipal Depot, No. 54 White Mr street, New YorEwhere all letters _J_^ '- must be addressed. Jr WE have closed our branch office in Philadelphia, and the public arecauiioned against the impositions of any persons in Philadelphia assuming _eurnnme, t sending out spurious articles forour Magic Compound. This wonderful Kemedy has done more to alleviate human Buffering than all other means put together. It baa the greatest sale of any medicine in the world for Pulmonary Complaints ; from M»ine to the most retired dwellings of Oregon, or wherever consumption is known, it finds its way, carrying health and joy into thousands o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

Fine Property at Public Sale. WI LL be gold at public sale, on Satordav, SEPTEMBER 19, 1857, in conformity to the last will and testament of Tobias Krider, sr., dee'd., on the premises, the following REAL ESTATE, 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 here to Colcbrook Furnace, adjoining land of Jacob tsmitb, Christian Dobner and others. The improvements are one _^^ _Jfef_^L good one-story weather-boarded '0 S^||ll £ » « *& Dwelling House, Stable, and out- |_li»«!• is 111 buildings j bearing Orchard * au°_uf J|ljj|p[_GrafS §§ 3 acres is a fine Meadow, with run-_^^-*^*^»*" _oing water. The land is under good cultivation, and divided into convenient fields. Good title and possession will bo given on the 1st of April, 1858. The terms are $100 cash, and he balance next first of April. ALSO, at the-same time and place will bo sold; 2 ACRES SEC053>-0_R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

Democratic Senatorial-Delegate Conferee Meeting. The Democratic Conferees of Dauphin and Lebanon counties appointed to select a Delegate to represent this Senatorial District in the next Dem - ocratic State Convention; met on the 10th day of September, 1857, at the public house of Christian Hoffer, at Palmyra, Lebanon county. Messrs. John Kneply, Stewart Wilson, and P . Hummel, appeared as the Conferees from Dauphin county, and Messrs. C. D. Gloninger, Jos. Longenecker and Joseph Gleim as the Conferees of Lebanon county. Mr. P. Hummel was selected as Chairman and Joseph Gleim as Secretary of the Conference. The following Resolutions -were passed unanimously, viz:— * Me_*olved, That Iphraim _Hertzler, of *f>™™ county be the Delegate to represent tfau.8tenotorial District in the next -Democra tic State Con- VeS;«dThat in the opinion of this ConferenfeThe next Senatorial ^^nSdTt _' _ken from _uaupmn ^^ H0.MMBL, Chairman. Joseph QlvuU, Secretary. of

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

NOTICE* mmjOTICE is hereby given to all persons indebtyMlj ed to the undersigned, (formerly engaged in ttie SHOE MAKING business in Swatara tp., aliout 3 miles iroin Jonestown,) if payment is not made before the ensuing 13th day of OCTOBER, that he will sell said accounts, &c., at Public Sale on. said dny, at thp public house of Christian Zehring, in Jouestown, at 1 o'clock P. M. Said accounts, in the opinion of the undersigned, have now been running long enough, and he is determined to see whut they are worth. David Darkes is authorized to make settlement and give receipts for the undersigned, previous to said day of Sale. SA MUE L K. DA EKES. Swatara tp., Lebanon Co., Sept., 9, '57. * RE1GARTS WINE & _liBQUOR STORE! pORNER of Market & Water Sfc?., Lebanon, Pa., V_^ iu the room formerly occupied by Jacob Weidle, Esq., where he still continues to keep an apsortruentof the very best brands of Wines and Liquors tha t can be got. To those who are acquainted ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

ISOROUftH PROPERTY AT PUBLIC §§LE: WILL be sold at pubUesale-afcthe public house of David Hoffman, ini th<a; borough of Lebanon, on FRIDAY, _SEPTEMBER 25,1857, the . following borough property, ^»l; _; ' , ' V. Jendtt NO-1-;—A". ee'SaiS new firsts-class' JK«|_jnf ?%_»a,Brick Dwelling / House, s ittiji_^tln Htss 81 egg Market street?,_t w|_si; side, _f. squiS?e JlPyjyis north of tho _liCebanon ValleytEaii-WsgaSsaSSa road, in the'borough of Lebanon, bounded on the south by property of Catharine Feenian and on the north by No. 2. The Lot _is 21_J feet front and extends back 198 feet to PaTrt-NO. 2—Another new first-class i_^afilrlst_,* Briek Dwelling House, adjoining l ||| i I-SImP No. 1 and No. 3. Lot and House _jSm||[Sjk|(_& same size as No. 1. . wS£3l§_£5allS NO. 3—A vacant i Lot of Ground, containing 23 feet front on Market street, running back to the alley, adjoining No. 2 and lot of Daniel Miller, The above property will be sold separafe, or No. 2 nnd the vacant ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

REINHARD'S BUCK HOTEL. _PROPERTY IS OFFERED At IPri€_ate 8ale. J&am_£L THIS has been a Hotel for tho last <^iiii|l_» 40 years, and is well known over the IiiiHState as REINHARD'S HOTEL, and ii iinllJl '* _lh*! most _central an<_l best located in 1 " _^ — this Borough. It is located on the corner of Cumberland and Walnut streets, directly opposite the Court House, and but two squares from tbe Lebanon Valley Railroad Depot, on the same street, (Walnut.) It fronts 45 feet on Cnmherlard and 105 feetou Walnut 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 since and the whole house remodeled, with a frame Kitehen. Also, belonging to the property, a newly built stone STABLE on corner of Smoke and Jail alleys, on lot 66 by 64 feet, with a good Cistern, &c, thereon, and closely situated to the Hotel. Also an EATING SALOON in the Basement of the. Hotelwhich brings a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

Yalttatile rjp owl| prO| >t ;,._|y For Sale at Pu> lie Yendue I _JteaslL ON SATURDAY, the 19th day of ff_^fm SEPTEMBER, 1857, will be of- ]l j| ! | _^ furcd for sale by the undersigned, at _EsSSSsSa Public Vendue_, the following Properties, viz: No. 1—A desirable STO REST AND and LOT, situate in the business part of the Borough of Lebanon, fronting Cumberland street, between Mr. Brua_'s and Mrs. Shindel's Hotels; front 22 foetS 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 Lebnnon, corner of Walnut and Oak street, oue square from the Lebanon Val. Railroad Depot, and two from Union Canal. No. 3—A One and-a-Half Stery HOUSE and LOT, adjoining No. 2. No. 4—A LOT of GROUND, with a large Shop or Dwelling, and a shed, adjoining Nos. 2*3. No. 5—A One Story HOUSE and LOT, in the Eastern part of.said borough, cornor of -V .7_. Y; — streets, ari<?. adjoining L6_^ of David Boyer, _&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

Lebanon Valley Kail Road! igaesganogggBBSK |Baog8_BiiD3_BOBa5H " f -lialKj f&j-4—3 Change of Hours.—Two Passenger Trains Each Way Dail y* ON and after Monhay, SeptembbiI 7th, 1857, regular PASSENGER TRAINS Will _leate Lebanon at 7 a. in., and 3.30 p.-in., daily, (except Sundays,} arriving at Reading at 8.40 a. m., and 5.10 p. m., and connecting with, the upanddown Trains for Pottsville and Philadelphia, on the Reading Railroad. Returning will leave Reading at 10.20 a. m. and 6.20 p. in., arriving at Lebanon, at 12, noon, and 8.00 p. m. FARES;—To Reading, 85and70 cents; Sinking Spring, 70 and 55; Wernersville, 60 and 50 ; Robesonia, 50 and 40; Womelsdorf, 45 and 35 j Millbach, 40 and SOjMeyerstmvn, 25 and 20 cents . All Passengers will procure their tickets before 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, ' Superintendent.. Reading, Sept. 9,'57-tf. |

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

(_KT An "American"County Meeting is to be held in Myerstown, at Alexander Helm's on Friday the 18ih irjst., for the purpose of taking into consideration the proper course for them to pursue this (all. 100 names are printed to the call, indicative that the " American's" are a power in this county not to be despised, and snubbed by the Republicans, as they have been doing for several years past. We don't believe, however, that the "American"tub . in this county has enough back bone to sland on its own bottom—their province being only to act as a "lender" to the Black Republicans, and help them to defeat the Democracy for county officers. Out of the county they are powerless either for or against the Democracy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

_5_^U Answer last wee k's Enigma.—"IEGH R. BAUGHER, Principal of the Lebanon Female Seminary." _^S"* Along Cumberland street, many of the property holders have been, and others are still, busily engaged in lowering or raising, as" the case may be, their pavements, to correspond with the street and the grade adopted .by the Town Council. _Fali. MiLiiisEBi-.—Miss Womelsdorf is now in the city purchasing her first stock of Fall Bonnets and Trimmings. The-Ladies of Lebanon and vicinity are invited to call and _uiake their selections. The goods will be open for inspection in a few days. ^^_, Common Schools of N_. Lebanon borough, opened on the 1st inst. The following are the teachers, viz:— Male Schools.—No. 1, Henry Houck; No. 2, J. H. Rodarmelj No. 3, Samuel Reisner. Female Schools.—No. 1, Miss R. Kreamer j No. 2: .Miss C. Horst; No. 3, Miss Shirk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

The Call Declined.—We learn that the Rev. G. P.Krotel, of Lancaster, has declined the call to the pastorship of Trinity Lutheran Church, in Reading, which was tendered him by the unanimous vote of the congregation a few weeks ago. Q_£r The Black Republican Senator _ial Conferees of Lebanon and Dauphin counties .met at "Harpers" in East Hanover township, on Tuesday last, for ihe purpose of nominating a candidate for the Senate from this district. The Lebanon conferees voted 26 times for A. R. Boughtt-r, Esq., of this borough. On the 27ih ballot John B. Rutherford of Harrisburg was nominated.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

Estate of GEO-RG-l HEMFEJSLY, dee'd. NO TICE is hereby given that Letters Testamentary on the estate of George Hemperly, de. ceased, late of Londonderry township, Lebanon county, have been granted to tbe undersigned. All persons indebted to said estate will picsiso make payment, aad those haviug claims will present them witliout 'delay. JOHN llEMPERLY, Lbjiidonderr-y tp. JOHN EARLY, North Aniivillo tp. Augustl9,'57-6t. State _A_^i'icnitii'l Exhibition! npilE Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society X will hold its seventh annual Exhibition at Philadelphia (Powclton Grounds) on tbe 29tb and 30th of September, and the 1st and 2d days of October next. The usual reduction on passenger fare and free passage for stock, will be furnished by the Railroad Companies. The books of entry will be open at Philadelphia on and after the 1st bf September. ROBERT C. WALKER. Philad'a, Sept. 2, '57-51.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

_^SSi" The Brigade Parade, under command of Gen. Weidnran/in this borough, on Thursday last, was a fine affair. The following companies particip ated, * * viz;—Stouchsburg Troop, Capt. _Cflroh: Lebanon Washington Artillery, Capt. Einbicb; Myersitown Continental Cadets, Capt. Reinhold; Jonestown National Rifle, Capt. Faber; Myerstown Rifles, Lieut. Spangler j J _o nestown Rifles, Capt. Lantz; Stouehsburg Jackson Artillery, Capt. Schooner j in all 23_£, men, The Cadet company from Myerstown took the palm in the eyes of the lookers on. It was composed of 35 active boys, ranging from 12 to 18 years, dressed in the style of the Revolutionary Heroes, who fought for and secured the liberties we now enjoy. They are well-drilled, and passed with precision through many intricate manoeuvres, credible alike to their commanding officers as to themselves.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET Assembly, JOHN LIGHT, s. _s., N. L. Borough. jLfPii HttT'&i* ADAM RISE, Lebanon*, Commissioner, JOHN T1CE, JacfcaWn. Register, HENRY SIEG&l&T, Lebanon. Recorder, JOStAH H, RANK, Swatara. Vlerk of Orphans' Court, CHX&LES H. MEILY, N. L. Borough r Director, HENRY FISHER, South Annville. _i Auditor, - JOSEPH G. HEILMAN, Cornwall.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

_^ The Gbnessee _Mttts this place at present standing idle.,, The enterprising propne-L_>, Messrs. Myers & Shour, recently added four large boilers to their already extensive machinery, for the purpose of increasing the power of the mills. Since the comp improvements, we presume the recent " panic" in monetary alfairs_, the rapid decline in flour and grain, and the insecurity of business men and matters in general have thus far prevented them from starting. It is hoped that as soon as the clouds are swept away sufficientl y so that they can see the way clear, we engine will be again started. It would be a, pMlio lQSf it their Mill rtood adle for any length oi time, *¦¦• . _&_5" Our friend and fellow democrat, James Lascomb, of X. O. Hill, in this boro_'ugh_, last week placed three beautiful Tomatoes on our table, the united weight of which was three pounds and a half. Who can raise heavier ones?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

NEW WMWtWs &i wasiwffiS& SWARTZ& BRO,, Market Street, HALL BUILDING. SWARTZ & BRO. have just returned from Philadelphia with a splendid assortment of Fall & Wixteii Goods; new stles of Ladies' Dress Goods. _^_S** Please Call aud Examine."_USS_^ Lebanon, Sept. 9, '57.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 16 September 1857

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Jjtifayette Mroiver, GAS FITTER, adjoining A. S. Ely's Office/Wnlnut street, Lebanon, Pa. A largo and beautiful ossortniout of Fixtures from tiie well-known establishment of Cornelius & Baker, always on haud at Philadelphia prices. _lS_®» All work warranted to give satisfaction-All orders will bo faithfully executed on the most reasonable terms. ^§»The best of reference given. [Lebanon, Sept. 16, '57.

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