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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

SMratura _guteta. iJebanon, Pa. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1851. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, %vir_,r_,j.i._ir w. i\i< ker, Of Lycoming County. FOR CANAI, COMMISSIONER, JVIMROB STKICMMjJUYn Of Chester County. FOB SUPREME JUDGES. _WMMtMjMJiJfW 8_TMOJV&_, Of Berks County. _JTAJflES TMOmPSOM_, Of Erie County.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

\ Call and Sec the ! Dry-Goods, Grocery & Crockery AT THE FARMERS 5 STORE [" EONARD ZIMMERMAN informs _liis fricn_.LJLj and the public that he has just received _aue» stock of GOODS for the Spring Trade, wbi«-h I will be found as cheap as any stock of the kind ia i.ti_.io-j_^nvn, consisting of a.'l such _Otioiis as :tr« I usually kept in__a first-class_e1_u«_j. -Particular ut-[ tentiou is gireu to Staple Goods ' for the Cottn'rv i Trade, not neglecting the fancy articles i'<*r '._»_- j dies' wear-—such as Laces, Lawns, Edgiu-js, Uu-: dersleves, Handkerchiefs. &e. | Gentlemen are invited to examine his Cloths, I Cassimeres, Casinets, Twectls, Summer Cloth. --. ; Funcj' and other Vesting:?, Velvets, Con!. * . &<:. j In the Grocery department may be found a ; splendid assortment of every need in the Fawi-; ly;—Coffee, sugar, spices, Teas, Mackerel, &c. _i In Crockerv, the stock is well selected. ! LEONARD ZIMMERMAN. i j_^_S~-The highest m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

THIS NEW FIRM ARE HOLDING OUT GREAT INDUCEMENTS. BV THETR SPLENDID ASSORTMENT or SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, WHICH they are selling off very cheap. Their assortment of Ladies' Dress Goods is hard to beat, having all the new Styles, which are all well selected. Among them you will find Lamcrtinc. « , Ducals, Oriental Lustre, _Chice.'u Cloth, Printed Lama, Silk Tissue, fig'd, Crape ile Paris, Berege Robes., plain Tissues and _Berejres. Black and Fancy Silks, %-ery cheap aud vtry handsome, _Chailis, M. D. Lains, BeregeD. _Laint, Prints, GinghamsLawns, Brilliants, Lustres, Ac, and a. variety of other Fancy Dress Goods. Tlie ladies are especially invited to call and see tlie New Goods. April 22, 1S55.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

LEBANON ADVERTISER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

fi NOTICE. | |fB| U.j|nnoersignea navmg disposed of his Boot (jjj) and Shoe Establishment to his son, P. F. McCaiilly, and retired from the business, is anxious to make settlement with the public. Therefore, all persons knowing themselves indebted to, or _having claims upon, himare respoetfully _rn. quested to call at his residence, between this time and tho first day of August next, to make settlement. SOLOMON McCAULLY. Lebanon, June 24,1857.-td. Valuable Borough Properly FOR SALE! 1S offered at private sale,, that valuable half-lot A or piece of Ground, situate at the north-east corner of Walnut and Water streets, Lobanon, fronting 33 feet on Walnut street and SO feet on Water street, at present occupied by John _Parrel's Marble Yard, on which are a FRAME HOUSE, &e. It, is looased within a square of the Lebanon Valley Railroad Depot, between the Depot and tho centre of town. For further particulars apply to John Farrel, on the premises, [Juno 24,1857. FROM FREDERICKS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

j w -_^nr — —** * _OUlUVliuvU _| in New York,, to twenty-nine years im-! prisonment » for stealing 50 cents. iE9* PIANOS.—As tho subject of Pianos is at present attracting tho attention of many of our readers, we transfer to our columns at the request of 0. C. B. CAHTERy extracts from tho leading Professors of Music in Philadelphia to the Franklin Institute, at the close of their Exhibition, in 1855, We copy the Report on Pianos entire: No. 1960. Pianos, by Hallett, Davis & Co., Boston, Mass., deposited by J. E. Gould, Phila. We find tlifi fhllnWinnirnlnoliln ?.*.**!. _._ j_: ir --«»~««^ * »\/ _icttfcu in ¦ ¦ .. uauxc _rus tue Pianos made by Hallett, Davis * Co.: 1st, Increased size of sounding board, with large curve or sweep to tho scale, thereby _obtaining greater power. ° 2d, Bam strings cross the treble, bringing the bndgo.of the former more in the centre of the sounding board, also securing greater len "th of strings, and affording space between them, " which not o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

Borough IiOls sit Public _^ale. "PHE subscriber will offer at public sale, on SAT-1 URDAY, _Anaust 29,1857, at 6 o'clock, p. in., Three Desirable Town Lois, ocated on the corner of Water street and Doe al* ey. Said lots are 25 feet front on said street, and !6 feet deep. They are in * an improving part of ho borough of Lobanou, convenient to all the _nrineipal and central parts of town,viz: 1_J squares _roin the Lebanon Valley Railroad Depot, the same rom Market Square, and the same from tho Court _ilouso. Possession will be given immediately, if lesirod. Sale to be held at Bkca's Hotel, and ;erms made known by PETER HESS. F. Embich, Auc'r. [Lebanon, July 15, '57-ta. U.IJAH _LOSG ACRE...JOHN _d. GABEL...JACOB GABEL. _LEBASTOK Door and Sasli Manufactory! Located ou the Steam-House Kondnear Cumberland Street, East Lebanon. rag]HE undersigned respectfully inform the pubjj _Hif lie in generalthat they have added largely » their former establishment, and also have all kinds of the late...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

0_^7" Stone-Houso, the prop _, crty of Mr. Daniel Light, in North Lebanon borough, near the tow-path bank of the Canal, is* undergoing _txtetmve repairs and addition?. It is one-of't'he oldest, if not the very oldest, building at present standing in this section of country. .The walls are stout, substantial, and will yet outlast many of the [buildings put up at the present dj_%.— (The 'timbers are good solid oak, and t o he re not _exposed to the weather show 110 signs of decay. The carpenter-work commands admiration for the admirable and lasting manner in which it is jointbd and morticed together. The old settlers did not care so much for show as they did for strength and means* to repel the assaults of Indian foes. The House roust have been a grand one in its time. It has lltree stones and a garret, and a fine vaulted cellar underneath. The windows are few in number and small, calculated as well to do service as port holes a3 to admit light.— Many a tale or interest and antiqu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

| HEALTH DEPENDS ON PUBE BLOOD. Bran dreth_'s Pills purify the Blood; NO DISEASE CAS BESIST THEIR JUDICIOUS USE ! ¦Sir Mild operation with successful effect are the peculiarity of Brandreth_'_s Pilla.-=|B 8. OtJR race are subject to a redundancy of vitiated bile, at tliis season, and it is as dangerous as it ia prevalent, but Braudretlrs Pills afford an invaluable and efficient protection. ISy their occasional use %vo prevent tae collection of those impurities, which, when in sufficient quantities, cause so much danger to the body's health. They soon cure liver complaint, tlygpepeia.loas of appetite, pain in tti_<5 head, heart burn, pain in the breast bone, sudden _fiuntuess and costiveuess. In brief, Brandreth's Pills work their way to the very roots of the disease, cleansing in their passage, removing every unhealthy nceHmulation till the blood is purified, the whole system renovated, and the functions and duty of life become a pleasure, where before they had been Bad and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

MARYLAND LOTTERIES!! Mrillimit Scheme* Capital _PrizcTof $33,660, to be drawn on the _Havasna Plan I Irand Consolidated Lottery of Maryland EXTRA CLASS SEVEN, Co be drawn in the City of Baltimore, Maryland, On Friday, July 31st, 1857. SCHEME. L prke of $32,660 ia $32,660 2 prlzea of 1.750 are S,600 '. " 10,000 is 10,000 2 " 1,500 are 3,000 " 5,000 is 6,000 2 " 1,250 are 2,500 " ! " 4.000 are 8,000 20 " 750 are 15,000 ! " 3,000 are 6,000 20 « 600 are 12,000 ! " 2,600 are 8,000 40 " 400 are 16,000 ! " 2,000 arts 4,C00. 103 " BOO are 30,209 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 4 prises of 400 Ap to $32,6(30 aro $1,600 4 " 300 •' 10,000 are 1,200 i " 250 « 6,000 are 1,000 8 " 200 " 4,000 ' are 1,600 8 !J 150 « 3,000 are 1,200 8 •• 100 " 2,600 are 800 8 « m « 2,000 are 720 _5 '• 80 " 1,750 are 640 8 " 70 • ¦ « 1,500 are SCO 8 " 00 « 1,250 are 480 80 " 60 " 750 are 4,000 80 « ,40 « 800 are 3,200 60 « 20 " 400 are 4,800 _'12 « 20 « 300 are 8,2-10 ,000 Prize?, amounting to $188,600 _AT holo Tickets $10....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

The Lebanon Market. _CAREFDLLY CORRECTED WEEKLY. Wednesday, July 22, 1857. Ex. Family Flour, per bar. - - 99 50 Extra Flour, per barrel ----- 9 00 Extra Superfine Flour_^per bbl. - 8 00 Superfine B. Flour, .-.--.- 7 00 Superfine Flour, - 6 25 ' Prime White Wheat, per bus.- - I 90 Prime Red Wheat, per bus. - - 1 80 Prime Rye, per bushel - - - - - 95 Corn, per bushel -- 75 Oats, per bushel ---- 50 Potatoes, " --- 1 25 Tallow, per pound --- 11 Ham, ---..-- .-- 14 Lard, 12 Shoulder, - 12 Sides, ...... --.----. 11 Butter, 14 Eggs, per dozen, - 14 PHILADELPHIA MARKET. _Mosdax, July 20.—P. M. There is but little doing in Breadstuffs, or any other department of trade. Shipping brands of Flour are offered at $7 per barrel, without finding buyers. 200 barrels extra family, sold at $8,25. There is a limited inquiry for the supply of the retailers and bakers within the range of the same quotations. Rye Flour is steady at $4,75 and Corn Meal at $3,85a4 per barrel. Grain—In Wheat there is nothi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

0_^7" _Election.—The "Perseverance Engine & Hose Company," of ibis Borough, held their semi-annual election at their hall, on the 14th inst., which resulted in the selection of the following gentlemen as _officers : _Prcsi.k-Kt.—T. T. Worth. . . Vice President.—T. P. _IVantz_* Secretary—A. H. Embieh_. _Aijs_'t _Secretary.—>J. W. Harbeson, Treasurer.—Adam Rise, Directors.--J. B. Keinochl. T. P. Frantz. 1st Principal Engineer.—J. W. Harbeson. 1st _Assistant.—William Raueh. 2ud Assistants.—A. If. Enibie-h. V?. JL Einbieh. _O_^r Items.—A little child of Mr. C. H. Meily, in North Lebanon Borough, was scald _e d, a few days ago, by upsctiin-g a kettle of hot water upon itself.—-The dwelling of Mr. Michael Lauser, of this borough, was entered one day last week, while the_'family was out, and robbed of a small amount of money.—The North Lebanon R. R_«. Co. is putting up a scale 123 feet in length, capable of weighing from 14 pounds to 100 tons. _OiT* Messrs. Foster _ds ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

nyliUiALfeiiifillA iiliiuOAJ., iiUUSK—Jiijtaulished i£f twenty two years ago by Dr. KINKKL1N, corner Jf Third and Union streets, .Philadelphia, lJ a. TWENTY-TWO YUAKS' Experience lias rendered Br. K. a most successful practitioner in the cure of all diseasesof a private _uaturuj manhood's _dehility. as an impediment to marriage; neri-ous and sexual _infirmitius, diseases of the skin, and those arising from abuse of mercury. TAKE PAKTICULAK NOTICE. Thero is an evil habit sometimes indulged in by boys, in solitude, often growing up with them to manhood; *nd which, if not reformed in due time, not only begets serious ob ' staclus to matrimonial happiness, but gives rise to a series of protracted, insidious, and devastating nlfoctions. Few of those who give way to this pernicious _prastjc" we aware of the _consequences, until they iind_^ihSfn??- vous system shattered, feel strange and _unocupuntaljle sensations, and vague fears in tho mind. [Seepages, 27, 2829, of Dr. K.'s book o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

GUILFORD & LEMBERGER'S New DrugSc Chemical Store, _{ ftfarhet Street. Lebanon. Pa. I p UILFORD & LEMBERGER have opened _UT their elegant new Drug Store, with a full as- \ jortmenfc of pure and well-selected Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Dye_~ I Stvffs_, 4-c, _4_*c. For Family Uses, all kinds of Spices, Farina, j Dora Starch, Arrow-root, Cooper's Isinglass and i French Gelatine,Flavoring Extracts for puddings, j nes, custards, <fcc_», of their own _manufacture, • ; _vhich need bat a single briai to prove their supe- 'ior flavor. Eennet wine for making slip junket, i fee., much more economical and convenient than ;he old method, and various other articles which ivill recommend themselves to.Housekeepers. [ Perfumery and Toilet Articles if every description, Extracts for the handkersbief of the choicest odorss a full variety of Hair _3ils and Pomatums; a superior assortment of ioaps, including the celebrated Nymph soap for _beautifying the complexion. The Ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

0^/ - On Thursday last two monster pic-nicscame off in tht3 section of country. One passed overIbe Lebanon Valley Railroad to the festive ground in the neighborhood of Woioelsdorf, and the other didn't. We have noi been informed of the degree of enjoyment realized by the former, but presume it to have been rather high. Of the latter we can speak more knowingly, having been a member of the gay bund. At an early hour in the morning the sun rose as usual, and with it, the invited, composed of men of all ages and degrees, and the prettiest women, married and single, in all creation. Having partook of a hearty breakfast of flesh, fish, and fowl, imported coffee, baked bread scientifically compounded of wheat and rye flour, the members of our pic-nic were prepared to proceed on the _jothies of the day.— Having arrived on the camping ground, each one followed the bent of their own inclination, the men and boys attending to their daily oeeupaiions, and the women to their household affai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

Ei _WJflJSEU. Ia _UJMMMM. _HBARLY 2,000,000 FEET! O F the best and cheapest assortment of Lumber ever offered to the public, at the new and extensive LUMBER AND COAL YARD of PHILIP BRECHB1LL, in the Borough of North Lebanon, on the bank of the Union Canal, at the head of Walnut street, a few squares North of the new Steam Mill, and one square east of Borgner's Hotel. His assortment consists of the bestwell seasoned White, Yellow, Norway, Pine & Hemlock Boards; Cherry, Poplar, aud Pine Boards. 1_£ and 2 inch Panne] and Common Plank; 1 White Pine aqtl-Hemlock Scan tling and Joists; White Oak Boards, Plank and Scantling; 1 & i inch Poplar Boards, Plank & Scantling. SHINGLES I SHINGLES!! The be.st Pine and Hemlock Shingles; Also, Roofing and Plastering Laths; Chestnut Rail3 and Posts, and Pailings for fences and fencing Boards ; FLOORING BOARDS of all sizes & descriptions. GOAL! COAL!! COAL!!! The largest stock of Broken, Stove, Limeburners' and Hollida...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

00=* The Mails.—Our 'eastern and western mails, duryipthe past week, have been in a _miserEfoTe cqndilipn, interfering greatly with the business facilities of the people along the route. From Harrisburg we receive the morning mail in the evening, and the eastern evening mail arrives about midnight in the Reading aiid Lebanon hack,— twelve hours after the arrival of the Reading train. The difficulty is •embraced in the following, but we trust, that if not already, a compromise may speedily be effected : The contractor, Mr. William Colder, thought his contract would expire with the opening of the Lebanon Valley Railroad, but the Post Office Department, it appears, construe the opening to mean the completion of the road through to Harrisburg, and on this ground, hold the contractor to his bargain. The Railroad Company won't relieve him of it for less than $100 a mile ; while he is only receiving for the service fifty dollars.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

List of Jurors—August Term, '57. G.BASD Jurors.—Sara'l Reinoehl, N. L.Bor.; John Boinberger K". L. twp.; Joseph Bomberger, S. Annville; Thomas Bassler, Jackson; Joseph Carmany, S. AnnviHo,- Henry D. Carmany, 2f. Annville; John Cherrington, Millereek; Napoleon Desh, Swatara; Jacob Etter, Londonderry; Henry Gingrich, S. Annville; John Groeff, Borough ; George Iletterieh, E. Hanover; _Miebsel Kohr, Bethel; Peter Lonser, Union: William _Lutz, Heidleberg j Adam Long, Cornwall; Isaac Mumina, Londonderry; J'ona. _Peitlcr, Jackson; Joseph Shindel, Borough; William Smith, Boro"; John P. Smith, (P. S.) Borough; Joseph Uhrich, Cornwall; Micha:! Uhrich, Union j Uhrich Zellor, Bethel. Traverse Juuons.—Goo. L. Atkins, Borough; Daniel Brendell, Hoidleberg; Joseph Beckley, S. Lebanon; Christian Bucher, S..Lebanon" ; Wm. Benson, N. L. twp.; John S. Bomberger, S. Lob.; Daniel T; Bordner, Union; Jeremiah B. Daughorty, Borough ; Henry M. Ellis, Swatara; Martin Early, Londonderry; Michael Eos, Bethe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

j NEW ADVERTISEMENTSv _tiinuy _tiAituus BUCK HOTEL PROPERTY IS OFFERED AT _Private & ale. JkaA_. THIS has been a Hotel for the last &mffl(_SmL 40 years, and is well known over the iuiHLStote as RIINHARD'S HOTEL and J_^JjJ^^ig the most central and best located in _^^^"_^^^^this Borough. It is located on the corner of Cumberland and Walnut streets, directly opposite the Court House, and but two squares from the Lebanon Valley Railroad Depot, on the same street, (Walnut.) It fronts 45 feet on Cumberland and 105 feet on Walnuf streets, 39 feet on Walnut being 80 feet deep. The Building is a three-story STONE HOUSfi, 45 by 38 feet. The third story was put on not long since and the whole house romodeled, 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, &e., thereon, and closely situated to the Hotel. Also an EATING _SALOON in the Basement of the Hot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

Reizenstein 4* Bro. _REIZENSTEIN & BROTHER is where? Where is _Reizbjtstein & Brother ? Reizenstein _SrBro. is in Cumberland street, nearly opposite the Court House, in Lebanon. Reizenstein & Bro. do what? What do Reizenstein k Bro.? Reizenstein & Bro. sell READY-MADE CLOTHING; very cheap 1 _Reizenstein & Bro. sell summer Coats for 75 _ets., and upwards! Gentlemen! go to Reizenstein & Bro. and buy your Summer Clothing. They keep a great variety and sell at astonishing low prices. John, where are you going in such a hurry? I am going to Reizenstein & _Brother, to buy myself a suit of their Clothing. How much are they ? Why they sell whole suits for three dollars and upwards. Reizonsteiu and Brother sell also fine white and fancy Shirts, Collars, Neckties, Pockethandkerchiefs, Socks, Gloves, &c, <&e. What else do Reizenstein & Bro. sell ? Reizenstein & Bro, sell also WATCHES, JEWELRY, Aeco...

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