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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

" _NewJ_%_mher _Yiard. ^©"The Lu mber tAincss will be eonti _W in all its branches _blithe undersi gned at the oil yard, on tbe S<*ftf Ii b?*K _>.f t!ie Canal at the bead of Walnut street, in tfife liurough of North lel,a bun. Ail lu"_£c vtqu' ati z _nuything in his line ~ _ars re_^pcctfally rei _iueucS hi _tive him _» call ' PHILIP MiECHBILL N. £_«el>anon, April r&,_'1857. -tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

ISAAC!, -ffliOFFER _, _SURWYOR AND_^edNVEYANCER, DPPip in Cumberlandl street _^ opposite tho "lagle Hotel," Lebanon, Pa. Leb*on, April 22, 1857.-1 v.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

THE ADVERTISER, Lebanon, _Juua 24_, 1857. Home JIffairSr 0_Or "Citizens" reply to-"Union" is postponed to next week. _vCT This No. of,the Advertiser cont_; mencea the 9th volume, of it* publication. ., 00" We are now bffsily engaged in making out, the _billfi of? those indebted to us, preparatory to a 6t»llection of the same, and trust that aft _#rrl so shape their finances as to liqutdate tlienronor before presentation. 0_O~ Our friend-* throughout the ffotmty, n» well hs those out of it, will place us under great obligations by solicit ing'new subscribers for the Advertiser. Our 'proposed enlargement, and other improvements in the eatablishutent, should 'induce every ore of them to renewed ' exertions, as the matter is not only a 'personal, one:to us, but haa immense beirtringi- upon the . diffusion of correct Spoliticul pwuciples and guiitTiil intelligencu_, If our fri-iiuls have appreciated 'our services to the cause thus far, now fsalie_. time to-shftw it. (ttr The foHo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

AUI5I &OR _S EEPORT. TT7"E the _uudersigned Auditors to examine and VV adjust the aoeount of the NORTHERN MUTTL&klNSIJRAN-GE COMPANY of Lancaster Ceu-nty, as by the act of itteorporatfton- is provided, do Mepvrt_, That w© Ba-ve examined the accounts of; the year preceding the first day of May, 1857,t and find the same as follows, to- wit ? Policies issued as per last * Report, May 1,1856, 2,058,345.00 Increase from May 1, ; 1856, to May 1,1857, 152,496.00 Amount of Policies issued, Mayl,lS57, - §2,210,814.00 Premium notes filed as per last report, May 1,1S56, 91,332.86 Increase from May 1,.18S6, ; to May 1, 1857, _: - 5,352.42 Amount of Notes filed May 1,1857, $96,685.28 Or. funds of the Company. Balance in hands of Treasurer _Iftay 1,1856 $280.88 Percentage received on , Premium Notes $269.17 1 l?»rfi f,ax- ftn T)e_«_ATnbflir assessment, 1856,. ,.$826.08 Do. _ou former assessment, 7.59 ¦: .;. :t f86s_^m _, ;- ¦ _' . ¦ " Secretary fees, 2 per »" ¦ • centforreceiv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

LEBANON VALLEY KAILUOAil EX€UH_«_IO\. A S the time is drawing near whe* the trip-will JcL take place, on the Railroad", to that Wonder of Wonders, TtfE NIAGARA FALLS, we would remind, thet eitizens of _Lcbanoi c&wnty, before,this trip takes place, that it will bo- necessary to supply- themsel'steei with all kinds of. fashionable Dry Gsaodsj, so as to ap.poar in " suit desirable for the occasion, aM _therefoEO would advitie all such as wish to rig themselves oft" and appear as _Youns America, to call at the %vonderful B E E - M I V E ! Nbwis'the time for every person to call arid examincthat wonderful Bee hive, under the Mammoth Portico. The peculiar construction, and the enormous stock of Honey will be to-every poison's interest to observe. . HONEY is universally admitted to- bo agreeable to the taste of every person, and the proper place to get it is known to be the bee hive - consequently-every person desiring their taste suited, need but remember that the Bee Hive is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

Always soniciitiisg mew. RE U)TiliS - OLD AND _YOUNCt Is, no aouut, tuo most wcn<ieriui ciiseorery 01 tins age oi progress, for it will _restore, permanently, gray heir to its original color, cover the head of the bald with ft most luxuriant growth, remove, at onco_, all dandruff and itching;_, euro ail scrofula, and other cutaneous eruptions, _sueh as scald head, etc. It will cure, as if by magic, _uurvous or periodical _heisdftclie; make the hair soft, glossy and wavy, ami preserve the color perfectly, andthe hair from falling, to extreme old nge. The following is from a distinguished member of themedieal profession. _KROFjasOR O. J. Wood— St. Paul, Jan. 1,1855. Dear Sir :—Unsolicited. I send jo_»thi.« certificate. After being nearly bald for " along time, and having tried all'the hair restoratives extant, and having no faith i_» any, I was induce*, _ou hearing of yours, to give it a trial. I placed myself in tbu hands of a bnrbur. and had my head rubbed -with a good st...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

The l_^e on Marl* el. CAREFULLY CORRECTED WEEKLY. Wednesday, June 24, 1857. Ex, Family Flour, per bar. - - $9 50 Extra Flour, per barrel ----- 9 00 Extra Superfine Flour, per bbl. - 8 00 Superfine B. Flour, - -' • - - - ' - 7 00 Superfine Flour, • • • - - - - - Q 25 Prime White Wheat, per bus.- - 1 90 Prime Red Wheat, per bus. -- 1 80 Prime Rye, per bushel - - - - - 1 00 Corn, per bushel - . « - - -..-••¦ 80 Oats, per bushel -.---•- -" - 50 Potatoes, ¦ • "¦ - ¦¦" -------- 75 Tallow, per "pound -------- Jl Ham,-. ----- -- - - - --- 14 JLard, .- ¦ - - - --:>-. - - - . - 12 Shoulder, ...--- - - ,--:- - 12 Sides, -..-----. ¦ >;.. . - - - 11 Butter, - 16 _Eass, per dozen, - ...----- 14 PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Monday, June 22:—F. M. Tho FTout market continues inactive, but prices remain unchanged. There is very little _inquiry fur shipment, and only 5a600 barrels have been disposed at $7 50 per barrel for standard brands $7 75a8 for extra and $8 25aS 50 for extra family. Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

EBtinker ' s Hill Sand. A very superior SAND for Building and other purposes, fs offered for sale by the undersigned, in _Swatara township, at Bunker's Hill. It is sold _iit reasonable prices and delivered by the undersigned personally. Sand hauled aad delivered \>y other persons is not tho genuine article. Anril 22.. l _' _SoS.—tf. J. G, COOPER. Auditor_'s _Mofice. Robert W. Coleman " | In the Court of Common vs. > Pleas of Lebanon county, John Weidman. J Venditioni Exponas of April Term, 1857. No. 14. The undersigned auditor, appointed by the Court of Common Pleas of Lebanon County to mako distribution--of thu money in - said Court, and raised on the sale of the Real Estate of John Weidman, Esq., under the above writ of Venditioni Exponas, will attend to. the* duties1 of his appointment on _SATURDAY, the 27th of JUNE, 1857, afe 1 o'clock P.! M., at the Counnissioner's Office in _tbe Borough of Eaba_*noVi,when and where all persons-interested iii, and having claim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

HfiAD Quarters, 2d Brigade, £ 5th Division Penn'a Volunteers, j Lebanon, Judo 14th, 1857.% ORDER NO. 5. A Brigade Parade is ordered to take place at Lebanon, on Thursday, the 10th day of September next, being the anniversary of Perry's Victory. Mr. Caspar Shank is hereby appointed Brigade Major of this Brigade, with the rank of Captain, and will be respected accordingly. Tho commanding officers of Companies, within the Brigade, will havo this order, read to their m_«Br at the _' next parade after its reception. jBhe Brigade .Quartermaster, Captaiu Win. W. Murray_^- is ehargod with the transmission of these orders to tho commanding officers of the companies forming the Brigade. The Brigade Major, Captain Shunk, will furnish him with the requisite number of copies of it. The Brigade Inspector, Major. Frederick Em bi_' _alt,.is charged with the duty of inviting companies _ffcoai the noigbborfng Brigades. The Brigade Major, Captain Shunk, will furnish him with a conv of this order. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

D1JBD, _®H,, At a special meeting of the Perseverance Engine and Hose Company, hold on Monday evening, June 15,1857, the demise of Enw. T. Scnu-I.ER, a member, having been announced, tho following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adoj>ted:— Whereas, It having pleased an Overruling Providence to remove from our number, Mr. Ed-WaHIi .j, _^ _Qcavx_._TLa"_, vrho was endeared to us by the fraternities of friendship and brotherly affection, and whose decease at an age so young, so full of promise, has stricken with profound grief so many hearts, and carried sorrow to_' _so many firesides, we deem it proper to give a. <luo expression of our reg ret for his loss: therefore be it Mexvlved, That though we would not intrude upon* the hallowed precincts of domestic grfef, and while we bow with reverence and submission to the great Ruler of the Fnivesso, '-Who can heal all afflictions," yet we cannot forbear the heartfelt expression of our sincere and deep sympathy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

lAhaiioii valley isaiiM. Located in Market street-, nearly opposite the United Hall, one Door North of the Post Office. WILL pay the following RATES of INTEREST on DEPOSITS, on * and after, the 1st day of March,.lS57, viz :— : For 1 year, and longer, G per cent, per annum. ' For 6 months, and longer, 5 per cent, per annum. For 3 months, and longer, 4 per cent, per annum. . Requiring a short notice of withdrawal, and affords a liberal line of accommodations to those who may favor it withdeposits,payable on demand. Will pay a premium on _SrAxisn and Mexican J>Ohlaks, and also on Old _Ajieriqast DohhAm _ajo) nalp Dollars.. Will make collections ' on and remit to all parts of the United States, the Caaadas and Europe ; Negotiate Loans, &c, &c, and do a general EXCHANGE and BANKIN.G BUSINESS. G. _DAWSOH COLEMAN, President. Geo. GiEUi, Cashier. * HgHE, undersigned, Managers, are individually j_*Jj[ liable to the extent of their Estates for all deposits and other...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

Wood I wood: [pjjijiIIE undersigned, residing in North Lebanon fjjl Borough, offers for sale cheap, 6O0 or 7O4> Card* (estimated) good Wood. It may be seea- aU-TFin nigan's clnna." 6u the Union1 _Cannl _^ _neaf Joueatowii: [_mny 27, '57. BAVID BOYER_. •. " _^ _evtMeilyy _^^NEITLAW_, _' WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted to him. Office in Cumberland street second door East from Market street, and opposite the Basic Buildings. fLeb., may 13, 1857. Woodland for &ale. i*^f!^ 5 _^ THE undersigned of- _^^ JjeLTL lent W0OBLAND , thehaJf of which is good timber, sitnate in Union township, Lebanon county, near the Bi g Dam, _adjoining land'of Jacob Hunsieker, Einanuel Pey' and others. Erected on the promis-es is a good two-story lo_^_BWEEnriWHOUSBi as good as new, good ? _Stabliag, and a well of nover-failing water. It wi . H' bo sold cheap. Good title and possession given on the 1st of April, 18-58. For further information apply to N. L. Bor'o, may27,'57. DAVI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

JEREMIAH BOAS OBO. GASSER.....JOSIAH _GETTLE LEBANON COUNTY STEAM PIvAIMXCJ miLE.. SOAS , GASSER & GETTLE wish to inform the citizens of Lebanon County and neighboring counties, that they are now in full operation, and are prepared to do all kinds of CARPENTER WORKbyMACHINERY such as Flooring Boards, Weather _Boardings Sash,Doors_,Windqvo 4* Door Frames, Shutters, Blinds, Planing: Scrolls, SAWING, and any other kind of Sawing which may bo wanted' to suit builders. Thesubscribers beg leave to inform the public th»t Chey have the latest and best improved machinery in the county, such as Wood worth's 'Planeu, &c, and that they are able to produce as good, work as the county can produce. l None but the best and weW-aonsoned LUMBER will be used. Carpenters and Builders are invited to call and' examine Dheir ready-mad« stock, which they will always keep on hand, andjadgo fYii* _tllATllSAl _rflS. _^_g«. Their Shop* - on Pmegrove Eoad> near Phreaner's Old Fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

FIRE, FIRE, FIRE TAKE NOTICE S _rPHAT the Locomotive will soou pass through JL Lebanon, and as Barns and Houses will be in danger from Fire thereof, J a sues _N. Rogers Begs leave to inform the inhabitants of Lebanon and vimnily_, that he will Cover Barns and Houses with Tin, at the shortest notice. Also, Ihiiiikful for the patronage ho has received, he embraces this opportunity of informing the public generally, that he has on hand, TIN W A R . E J[ _froitt a tea spoon to a boiler of any sizej allkinds o- V O A JL S T _UV _fSS of .the most improved pattorns. _J_£_®" Also, JOBBIN©, - SPOUTING, &e., done at the shortestnotice and on reasonable terms. His place of business is in Market street, two doors south of. the Lebanon Bank. JAMES N. ROGERS. K_", b,—The highest market prices paid for Olb Copper, Lead a * fld "Pbwtjesb, or taken, in exchange for work or "ware. fLeb., may 13, '57.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

Religions Notices. Goria'an- preaching next Sunday morning in the Moravian Church. German preaching next Sabbath evening at 6 o'clock, in the Enianuel'_s Church of the Evangelical Association. • English Preaching next Sabbath morning, in the Reformed Church. English Preaching next Sabbath morning and German in the evening, at 5A; o'clock / in _iSion's {Lutheran ) Church, German preaching next Sunday morning, and English in theevening,inSaIera'sXIiUth'n) church. English preaching next Sundfay morning and Evening in the Methodist Church. . . On the llth inst _^ by the Rev. John Gring, Mr. DANIEL- BO&DNER (merchant) of Union township, to Miss SARAH, daughter of Jacob WEBER, Esq., of fredericksburg. On the IStb inst., bv the Rev.. H. S. Miller, ANDREW HEINT&ELMAN to litfCETTA KINTZEL, both of this borough. On the 21st inst., by the Rev. F. W. Krenier, Mr. JONAS GEIB to Miss CAROLINE EBY, both of South Lebanon _townshio.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

NEW ADVERTl S IS ME _W T S. Pianos and _JHeIo<Leons! FOR SALE at the TOWN HALL, in LEBANON, for Cash or good notes/ 12 PIANOS, direct from the celebrated makers Ha.Het, .Davis & Co., Boston, and £. H? Gale k Co., New York, embracing as many different styles, and varying in price from $300 to $600, all of which will be sold at the lowest factory prices, and warranted to give entire satisfaction, or tho full amount of purchase money shall bo refunded, at the shortest notice. 0. C. B. CARTER, Agent. Tiebjinon. June 24.18S7. Teachers Wanted. ¦SPUE School Directors of the Lebanon Borough lift School District, will meet in the Academy, On MONDAY, JULY 6, 1857, at 10 o'clock, A- M., for the purpose:of electing teachers for the Public Schools of said district for the ensuing term of _teifmonths; The County Superintendentwill be present at the same tame and place, to examine _aRplicBSite_^1 By order of the Board, _^_OHNTHLLBR, Pres't. ¦:' Eo.-A. _TJhmb. See_' y. [June _24....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

JLumber anil Com. Kf\_f\(\ MEN WANTED! to come and buy eJUUU their _LUMBER and COAL at tho astonishingly low prices which I am now determined to sell at. - Now is the time, if you wish to save your money, to come to the New Lumber and Coal yard, located between the Old Lutheran Church and Myers & Shours' Steam Mill, and one square north of the Court House, in Walnut street, in the borough of Lebanon, whore is a well selected stock of _allkinds of Building Materials, consisting of 500,000 ft. Boards, 300,000 Shingles, 200,000 ft. Joist A Scantling, 60,000 ft. hemlock Boards, 60,000 ft. do fene'g b'ds. Also, Planks, Plastering and Roofing Lath, all of which will be sold, wholesale or retail, at Bliddlctown prices, except a small advance for freight. Also, all kinds of the best COAL the market can produce, such as Broken, Egg, Stove, Chestnut, Limeburners' and Hollidaysburg Blacksmith's CdaL which will be sold almost at cost. JOHN H. WITMEYER, T_.ohnnnn. .Trmr* 54-. _15?5i 7_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

_Bowinan* Hauer & _Lapp's LUMBERYARD. This Way, if you Want Cheap Lumber jHplHE undersigned have lately formed apart-[_Jjj_"1 norship for the purpose of engaging in 1 the Lumber Business, on a new plan, would respectfully inform the public at large, tHai their placo of business is David Bowman's old- .lumber Yard, in East Lebanon, fronting on Chestnut street, 1 square from the. Evangelical church. enlarged the yard, and filled it with a new and excellent assortment of all kinds of Lumber, suels as Boards, Planks, Joists, Laths, Siiindles, and _Scantmxg, of all lengths and thicknesses. In short, they keep constantly on hand, a full and well-seasoned assortment of all kinds of B OILDINa MATERIALS. Persons in want of anything in their line are invited tocallj examine their stock, and earn their pr-iaes_. Thankful for past favors, they hope, tha* fey" attention to _busiuesss and moderate prices, to merit a continuance of public patronage; BOWMAN, HAUER & CAPP. Leba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

NOTICK, SSfflTIE undersigned having disposed of his Boot MB and Shoe Establishment to his son, P. F. MeCaully, and rotired frani the business, is anxious to mafeescttlement with tae public. Therefore, all persons knowing _fiTietnselves indebted to, or having claims upon, Mm, are respectfully requested to call at his resulenco, between this Mme and the first day of Aigust next, to make settlej _aonfc. SOLOMON _McCAULLT. . Lebanon. June 24,1857.-td. Valuable Borough Properly FOR SALE! IS offered at private sale, that valuable half-lot or piece of Ground * situate at the north-east cor - ner of Walnut and Water streets, Lebanon, fronting 93 feet on Walnut street and 80 feet on Water street, at present occupied by John Parrel's Marble Yard, on which are a FRAME HOUSE, &c. It is loeased within a square of the- Lebanon Valley Railroad Depot, between- the Depot and* the centre of to wn. For further particulars apply to John Farrel. on the premises. _TJune 24,1857.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 24 June 1857

Notice to Trespassers. JHH]BE undersigned hereby give notice,, that iJBh they will prosecute to the-law's extent, all persons who- will; shoot! any kind of game, kindle fire, burn or. bump- trees, throw wood apart, or do any other kind of damage__on their lands, in East Hanover township, Lebanon county. - HENRY C. BLAUCH, PETER GINGRICH. June 17.1857. ' . ' WOTltJK. Manheim and Lebanon Plank <_fy Turnpike Road Company. [|HjHE Stockholders of said Company are to meet jjjj) at their Office, in Cornwall township, near the Borough of Lebanon-, on Tuesday, the-?tn day of July next, between the hours of 2 and 4 o'- clock, p. in _l and adopt the Supplement to their Charter, passed by the late Legislature, approved by the Governor, May _l?st, 1-857. By order of the Board of Managers. : JOHN MARQUART, Secretary. Lebanon, June 17. *o7.

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