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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

. * . _For the Advertiser. Our Street Corners. Mr. Editor :—:1s there ho way to disperse the crowds which almost every evening assemble en masse on the corners, rendering them almost impassable, indulging in obscene language " offensive toears polite." It is a nuisance which should, by all means, be eradicated. If the proper authorities instruct our police (which no doubt is the ease.) to keep the corners clear and they see proper not to obey those instructions, would not their discharge be justifiable ? Of what benefit is it to have police, fed out of the public eribit they do not enforce those acts, which would meet the ap probation of the public., It seems to me from what I hare lately seen, that they are "afraid of their own shadow." In this I do not charge the police alone, but tho various constables, in this respect have also proved themselves model officers, indeed. Several evenings ago,Lnoticed a number of females passing along, and when within sight of a corner, exclaim...

Publication Title: Lebanon Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

HOFFMAN, IMMEJj $ CO:S LEBANON pOUNTY _TRANSPORTATifclV _MME jgngeasfioasaeag _B _ISSSSI f& j___7_3 BY UNION ' CANAL AND _JLebunon Valley _JfSailroath rpHIS LINE consists of ' 22 first-class BOATS, X running between Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all other points along, the Union, Schuylkill, Tidl-Water and Pennsylvania Canals. 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 can rel y on having their GOODS deliveredin good condilion and with promptness aud dispatch, at low rates. One of the Firm will pay particular attention to Goods shipped by the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Goods will be sent daily to and from Philadelphia to Lebanon, Myerstown, Annville, Jonestown, and all other points in the county. ,,; : ., For information, apply at their Office p North Lebanon, or at the Lebanon Vallev R. R. _' Dep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

Farmers ' & Uleclianies ' FOUNDRY, _AND MACHINE SHOP _iHpHE undersigned would respeetfully invite the Hr attention of their friends and the public in general, to the fact that theyare prepared the coming season, to manufacture and have on hand the largest and best assortment of FARMING IMPLEMENTS e_^r _ofiercdjo the Farmers_^ this county_^ch as _Wheeler's Improved RaUway Horse-Powers _anS Threshers; Manny's combined Reaper and J _(Mower, with Wood's latest improVemenfe _- ,; ,,. _Coleman_^ _FarnUMiU ; G rai_/DrilSS'r Clod Cutter; Corn _Ploueh»»_mi Pi*. * '"' • Portable Cider _MiUs/clf_^_HnS_^ nS)* Shellers_, Fodder Straw _Svff_^ ^^^ _^ m_. All _ofttie abmS-Jf_^_S?^ and best improvements and are all_^r_^i_^ ! give satisfaction. Also, _> ' •»_">^arranted to Castings of attJeinds thade to Order and at short notice. Particular i*i««« _^ _^v_£'*; REPAIRING, and _eharge?^ _Fahmers will do well to call fS- • * • ' ' stock before pu_*hS_^fS_^^sam _^e _«« findit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

?• Jacob;H. Holeman, formerly a prominent editor and politician in Kentucky, died recently. He was the man who shot " Ex. Waring, of Va., apracticat duellist, in a duel forced on him by Waring. Mr. Holeman served his countfy_.in the northwest war, and'fought gallantly at the Thamesbeing attached to the mounted regiment from Scott, of Col, Johnson, and some thought it was from,bis gun 'tWJjullet sped by-which Teeumsoh fell. He did notcl&imto have killed the chiof, although he was _satisfi&ijie killed an Indian in authority. A' aAiHS'T, _ToBi&qo;—One of the clergymen at a recent_, eamp _meetin&in Toland county, Connecticut, aeoorJling-to_^bej_^jekvi_^ Gazette, was oppos- . •d-tothe use of-tobaeed>as incompatible with true :_0_oly_>' Speaking of the raisingof tobacco in the X3onnec.tii|iji= river valley, oSmconnected with the itbrshipoJE_^amniom, he " wisWl that god Almighty; wottld_^send*aihaU;8torm _anodes troy the whole crop on theri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

The President at Home;—Pesident Buchanan reached his home, atWheatland, on Thursday afternoon last-rhaviag left the ears and taken a private conveyance at Columbia. His visit was .unheralded, and thereforeientirely unexpected, at least on that particular day. He cameon private business, and expected to leave for Washington again on last evening. Heiwas'in town on Saturday; and was called upon by numbers of his fellow-citizens On Sunday he was also in town, and occupied his pew in the First Presbyterian Church,, Orange street. • • • ¦¦ v The President looks remarkably well,' and appears to be in better health and more cheerful than he has been for thelast six or eight months.—Lancaster Intelligencer. Canal Corruption.—The Republican papers in this region are.'publishing a statement that it was proved before a legislative committee that Col. _jPiolett had acted corruptly while Superintendent of the North Branch Canal, and that Gen. Packer, as Canal Commissioner, had refused to rem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

IMPORTANT TO FARMERS/ A. R.HUKSH'S PATENT . Manure Excavator and May Elevator. _TI/_TANUFACTURED & SOLD by Elias Kreider, XiX Proprietor of.the right for Lebanon eounty, (excepting the two Annvilles & Londonderry. This Machine is. superior to any now in use, for strength, durability and simplicity of 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 little jerk or tap at the curve of the long lever, it will unshift, and the stop bar lever will fly forward aud the fork will unload itself. ' The same machine, with a very slight alteration, will answer for elevating Hay in, Barns, better than.any :kook or fork now:in use." The fork is _unshiftetl, when swinging in the mow, by giving a very little jerk at the rope, which is extended down through the hand bolt of the stop bar. Notice.—All persons are hereby forbid buying or selling the abj>ve Machine in th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

pUILFORD & LF.M _UEB.GER, Graduates of \X Pharmacy, and Practical Apothecaries and Chemistsoffer to the public a Fargo and carefully selected stock of Dru<;s, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye-stuffs, Oils, Spites, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Flavoring Extracts. Tobacco and Cigars, pure_^Wines _^ jind Liqiwrs f_^r _^ MejfegjJ _jB_^iSfiSS&ii with _^vcryUnng in their line ~ as Druggists; Perfqnrtr}_#i*_l v#d6rs5pf Fjati'dy Mti?_5es|wJScJf-. wf carT eonfiden'tly; recommend to Families, _Phjvs_^ eians, Country Merchants and Dealers, as being' fresh, pure, and prepared-in thesbest manner.— All the'new Preparations,: ChemicaM a " nd Patent Medicines. Horse and Cattle Mediciifes. The largest assortment of TrusJes,,single and double, for children and persons of every _agey and for every variety of rupture—carefully" fitted a'n-d adjusted if desired. Abdominal Supporters. Iggl, All orders correctly answered, and Physi- ' cians' Prescriptions and Family Receipts carefully com...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

rEBEMlAII BOAS OEO.GASSKH IOSIAII GETTM:, LEBANON COUNTY § teaii ThA._ixmu _huli_* JtTFlG^* BOASGASSEIt & GETTL1-(_Bjr_?l_] |_v|^A «'ish to inform the citizens of Lebt_^_S^|^^^_3non County and neighboring eou-njgyyig|§|^ig|tics, that they are now in full oper_. ation, and are prepared to do all kinds of CARPENTER _WORKbyMACHINERY such ns Flooring Boards, Weather Boarding, Sash,Doors,Window SfDoor Frames, Shutters, Blinds, Planing Scrolls, SAWING, and any other kind of Sawing which mny bo wanted to suit builders. Tho subscribers )eg*_IGave to infoi'm the public that they have the ilatest and-best improved maehinoiy in the county, such as Wdodworth_'s Planer, &c, and that they are able to produce as good work as the county>ean produce.. _? ,r..-i.-,.:a-,.... ¦_: .-. ' ¦> .-«¦' None but the.best and well-seasoned LUMBER will be used. Carpenters' and Builders are 'incited to call and examine their ready-made stools_^ which they will always kefcp on hand...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

For the Advertiser. Mr. Editor. ^—Sir, The subscribers wish to bo informed if the following plan would be successful in breaking down the exorbitant prices in Groceries and Flour which the Storekeeper and Millers are charging in this Borough at the present time. Supposing 20 or 30 Mechanics and Laborers for instance, were to join in a society, and each member to contribute as .much as his moans would allowj and then,appoint a competent person to make purchases of Groceries and Flour in Philadelphia, and pay the fare oh them to this place. We think they would gain considerable on the operation of such a.plan. The goods, when they arrive here, could bo-easily divided among the members, according to the amount paid in by each. Yours Respectfully, &o., Many Laboring Men. _ISS_^. The, above plan would no doubt have worked to the advantage of our friends during the past four or five years, but we think that the articles named will in a short time hence, ho down _tasuch a low f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

The artesian well in Louisville, Ky., has been bored to the depth of one thousand two hundred and forty feet. The workmen proceed at an average <}f six feet per day. Mr. Wise the balloonist, made his two hundred and tenth ascension from Bradford / _^Vt., on; Saturday last. * Great Discovery of Treasurr—A Keg Found on Lake Shore, containing (Sixteen Hundred French Coins.—An extraordinary story reaches us, which we give as wo have received it. When it was first told _ua we were fully convinced that it was a hoax, , but subsequent investigation compels us to say that the statements eome well authenticated, and with every appearance of truth. The report is that two mon, named respectively Ward and Hall, were at work down tho Lake shore, some miles from this city, getting out a hoop stuff, when they discovered a small keg buried in the sand. This they dug out, and opening it, found it contained sixteen hundred silver pieces. The coins were of an ancient French east, and of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

_W,B:W; _^: _X;r?K'E:«;IS! THE Subscriber has made arrangements for running a DAILY EXPRESS, in connection with his Freight Line, on' Phila delphia and Reading and Lebanon Valley Railroads, and is prepared to forward Packages, " Money, Jewelry, and other valuables daily each way ' Between Philadelphia; Reading, &e. Each Express in charge of a Special Messenger by Passenger Trains. All orderspromptly delivered, and goods forwarded with the _greatest despatch, at reduced rates;- _' Mark all goods Cake of P. _Albright's Freight Line, or Express, as parties Ordering may intend. 'Offices 311 Race Street, Philadelphia; corner of Fourth and Penn streets, Reading; at Sinking Springs, Womelsdorf, Meyerstown, and at D. Grceff'sj Cumberland street; Lebanon. ,r v E. ALBRIGHT. N. B.—A Line of Six jEsp. a'ts, running between Philadelphia and PottsyiUe to carry Merchandise and Freight generally. ¦ Schweitzer & Co., 65 North Wharves?, Pbilad'a. Chestnut street Wharf, Reading. Ju...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

Lebanon valley Rail Road! iBgegBSflpagKBassj ' _lngjsafloasgrasH " pnMHy1 ¦' *T*\ \?**| ¦ ¦ Change of Hours.—Two Passenger Trains Each Way Daily. ON and after Moxday, September 7th, 1S57 regular PASSENGER TRAINS will leave Lebanon at 7 a. m., and 3.30 p. m., daily, (except Sundays,) arriving at Reading at 8.40 a. m., -and 5.10 p. ni., and connecting with the up and down. Trains for Pottsvillo and Philadel phia, on the Reading Railroad. Returning will leave Reading at 10.20 a. m. and 6.20 p. m., arriving at Lebanon, at 12, noon and 8.00 p. m. ' FARES:—To Reading, 85and70 cents: Sink ing Spring, 70 and 55; Wcrnersville , 60 and 50-Robesonia, 50 and 40 j Womelsdorf , 45 and 35-Millbach, 40 and 30; Meyerstown, 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 at4 p. m., daily, except _Sundavs „ ¦ <*._A.mGOl_^_B, _Superintendent Reading, Sept. 9,J 57-tf. . *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

NORTH LEBANON ABE WITH AN ; _^_sz. _jl< i_^^r rwr _, _ASSORTMENT OF Groceries, Qtieensware, £f ¦ - BV . _^^ MAWSION- HOtK _ ..-. ... ..- -..IN . .- ...... _^ JVmthr I*g f> qP0¥ ¦\{r±bhyitl Iriiftenfi_^f P*«}»_aW_^ W very extensive stock£I_^ESH DS, Ladies and_^ _Gentte _^en , Jbich_ft |l|e^|fF«« to offer, to reliable, and prompt*, _euf_^_opefi, 11'* lowest rate ' s, _gnarainfeeing eVery rieasonafgsr: faction. Please examirie_/_befdre; purchal«fwbOTe ' jacob K. ww .r April 22, 1S57. T * _JfpGff -K. _fft

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

, The Springfield Republican tells and pronesscs to believe the following dog-story : "A gentleman left Holyoke on Friday afternoon _forties city in a buggy, taking a favorite dog with him. As" they progressed toward Wllliamsett thegentleman amused himself by plagueing the dog,' till ho had got the animal in a state of complete worry. Presently the gentleman 's hat blew off, and he went back after it, leaving his horse and buggy standing in the road; then the dog took advantage of his master's absence to jump into the buggy and start tho animal, who trotted gayly toward the river, followed by the gentleman yelling " Whoa," to no purpose. His-faithful-dog now took a position upon the seat, where he could keep an eye on his master and another on the steed, to see fair play in the race. They approached the Connecticut River, into which the waggish brute drove, and keeping his seat, floated outbehind the horse, who swam, after getting beyond his depth. They were seen, at this'junetnre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

IMPORTANT TO BUSINESS MEN ! Speed, Increased and, RATES oe FREIGHT REDUCED THE HOWARD EXPRESS CO. H AVE made arrangements with the Lebanon Valley R. R. Co., to forward Goods, Packages, Moneys, &e _^ in charge of their own special Messenger frdin Philadelphia and Reading % 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 he returned by Express will be delivered in Philad'a free of charge. Persons .having remittances of money 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 2-iS Chestnut St., below 3d s%., Philad'a. , JOHN _ULRICH, Agent. July22 ,,:57-tf. . . _p9 r Howard Express Co.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

BOOT & SH; 'C&* _0_*f f _E_ff Jacob Readlte_, I (? "DESPECTFULLY informs the pabl pt ._f_? JLV still continues his extensive establfnt *?* his new _buUding, in Cumberland _streefre _fto hopes to rendert _^_he; same |atisfacti«mfcretofore to aU wlfo _^may_^&or hun witn.th|stom; _HeTinvites _Mwchants an_^ dfealersjinf' _,i ] _" Boots and, Shpesh V\ \; and every one who: wishes to pureha_*ion_^- ble and durable articles, in his . line,;tp-po examine for themselves, h_^ large;and _^ v|stoeJE. He is determined to surpais-all coupon in _^ the manufacture of every aitiele _i11 -1 ! _!8 ?11 ^!8 _? suitable_.'for _anytmarket In the _UnifA duet care is taken in regard to _materialsiBipa""1-ship; none but the best quality_^ ofi'lff ^*r other materials are used, and.aone_* r _® - tbeSC ' workmen ar_<iemployed. _^ ,.V_^-7i5 , I_^Jt,- _= P. _&.l_£-He* _tttnxris %is _f#_^_reS t ?f_%_9_S friends for the. very liberal_^atr0na*6totoj bestowed on Mni. Hb hopes ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

F@M SALE. _^p_^^^' ' OATS, ' 111211121 MIDDLINGS, >_s;SEE=E -"_^^5 SALT BY THE BAG, BRAN, at the _Genesee mills of MYERS &SH0UR, Jan. 7, 1857. Lebanon, Pa. " ¦ ¦ - ¦ ¦¦ • ' _^ ' _' WA_^JEJp, ' ¦ ¦ _- ¦ '" - AT tho.Genosee Mills, in tke Borough of Lebanon, WHEAT, CORN, RYE, OATS, In any quantity, for which the highest Market prices will be paid in Cash, by January 7,1S57. MYERS & SHOUR. waWte_©, rpWELVE good Flour Barrel COOPERS, at the X Genesee mills, in Lebanon, to whom constant work and good wages will be given. None but sober ar_.d steady workmen need apply. January 7,1S57. MYERS & SHOUR.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

/ / A Ketii_^l JPHTsida_»$ r_^ - _. 7_#TBAKpOFAOB, X< . . . •Whose sands _oEJife hav_^nearly ran oui_^rdiscoveEed while in the - East<_Iadics ~ a certain, cure for Con* Sumptiori.*' A8_ffixnar BrSnchids, CoaghsColds & General DebiMt_^_aiWreme_^y was discovered by him when his only _cHUu_^aa&uffhter. -was gire_§.-np to die. -_^ He had. _KeardTmncW»|' - the wonderful restorative and bealing_;q\ialitiesof.preparations made frojoatheEastIVr dia Hemp, and the thought occurred to him that he mign6 make a remedy for his child. He studied hard and _suiv ceeded in realizing his wishes. His chiia was cured, aw is now_>ljLve a»d well. He has since administered the _Wonderfui _«niedy to thousands of sufferers in. «li pa rts of theCwdrld, and he has _jjever failed in making them completely healthy and happy. "Wishing to4 _dow_*1 "_^ good as possible, he will send to such of his afflicted »\_- low-lb_^_ngs as request it, _thjs recipe, witli full and explicit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

Heavy Damages against a Railroad Company—In Boston, on Monday, the Supreme Jadieial Court, in the ease of Mrs. Sarah E.Shaw'against the Boston and Worcester Railroad Company,which has been on trial for some time, awarded the plaintiff $18,000. The suit was for damages, the plaintiff's husband having been killed by an accident on tho road. ¦ . - /^l_^ Quaint old Fullersays: "Lethimwho expects one class of society to prosper in the highestdegree while the other is in distressjl try whether one side o£his face can smile while the other is pinched. The last great financial revulsion was begun in 1837, with tho suspension of the .tFhited' States Bank arid all the State Banks, anil ended in 1840, the very one that began the war, ' Within those years 30,000 houses broke, and took the benefit of the bankrupt law of 1S41. Their debts amounted to $400,000,000—their assets to almost nothing.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 7 October 1857

_licV_^-piiKiic :i_?efliiale. _^eiisinarv. THE TJIIRD_^SESSION of the> Lebanon F * e-J- _MAtE«SESjiNARY _^ _*in commence the _Fim c «*!f vf SepterhbW , next. It is earnestly requested that _Parente intending to seiid their Daughters, should do-so at the commencement of the Session. . :i[/EEGH_;R. B&UGllER, Principal. MODESTE DECAMPS, <\_y Teacherof French and Music. Lebanon, July 2* 9,1S57. ¦ , :- : NEW ¥AMm: _^GOODS, NOW UNPACKING, • ¦ ¦¦ _ ¦ For the first time this Fall, at SWARTZ &, BRO 'S, HALL BUILDING, Market Street.

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