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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

NEW FURNITURE STORE! _JDundore $ Oves HAVE just opened the finest, largest and cheapest assortment of Furniture ever offered in Lebanon. Their store is in Cumberland street, between Market and Plank-road. Their stock consists of all binds of 'Parlor and Common Furniture, which they will sell lower tan can be 'bought in Lebanon. All they ask is of personsl in want of " Furniture to give them a •caH'before purchasing. They have on hand a large assortment of Sofas, Tete-a-tetes, Lounges, Centre, Pier, Card and other Tables, What Nots, Hat Racks, Ac. Also, A large and cheap stock of Stuffed, Cane-seat, and common Chairs, Settees, Bedsteads, and a 'lot of Cheap Mattresses. Also, Looking Glasses, —Gilt, Rosewood and Mahogany—very cheap. Venetian Blinds ; Carriages, Gigs and Hobbyhorses, for children ; and a large stock, too numerous to mention. Particular attention paid to UNDERTAKING. We have provided ourselves with the FINEST HEARSE IN LEBANON, and will manufacture Coffins and attend ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

HILL, SAW-HILL, - ..'ii- • ¦ ¦' " AND ' 6_^3 ACRES OF LAND A* PRIVATE SALE. _HPHS subscriber, being desirous of selling his -L " merchant and Grist Mill, together-with his Saw Mai and sixty-two acres of land, takes tho present opportunity of informing the public that he has one of the best Mill Properties in the county of Lebanon, situate one-fourth of a mile from Jonestown, on the Swatara Creek, and one-half ¦fes-ML _mile from the Union Canal, at Jones-^_raahjggL ft town. This mill has been newly _HM11 |«r remodeled with the best of bevel ^^ngKyijyKgearing, and everything in the best _jp l_^SEiBHjHof order, for.eitber country, or merchant, work. The land is in a high state of cultivation, it _Being lately'limed with one hundred bushels to th g acre, and is all under new fences. Any person wishing to view said property, can call at the mill for information, or on the subscriber, two miles from Jonestown. An indisputable title will be given, and by paying a small advance on the p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

FIRE, FIRE, FIRE TAKE . NOTICE! _^PHAT the Locomotive will soon pass through X Lebanon, and as Barns and Houses will be in danger from Fire thereof, James I\. Rogers Begs leave to inform the inhabitants of Lebanon and vicinity, that he will Cover Barns and Houses with Tin, * • " at the shortest notice. Also, thankful for tho patronage ho has received, he embraces this opportunity of informing the public generally, that he has on band, T I J¥ WARE/ from a tea spoon to a boiler of any size; all kinds o COj_^L STOVKS of the most improved patterns, _^_gg* Also, JOBBING, SPOUTING, <fcc,fdone at the shortestntftice and on reasonable terms. His place of business is in Market street, two doors south of the Lebanon Bank. JAMES N. ROGERS. W. B.—The highest market prices paid for Old C6pper, Lead and Pbwtek, or taken in exchange for work or ware. _TLeb., may 13, '57.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

Removal To ]\o. 4, Eagle Buildings. tA. RISE'S Fashionable Hat and Cap Store, Market Square, Lebanon, Pa. THE .undersigned hereby informs his friends and the public in general, that he is now, and will be always, fully prepared to supply his customers with goods in his line Wholesale and retail, at tho shortest notice, and upon the most accommodating terms. His stock consists of Beaver, Nutria, Russia, Cassimere, Moleskin, Silk, Soft Hats, ic, which be will dispose of at the lowest prices. All bis Hats are manufactured under his own immediate superintendance, and he foels warranted in saying, that for _daraJsility and finish they cannot be surpassed. Country merchants, visiting Lebanon, dealing in hats and caps, can be supplied at wholesale prices, from one to a dozen, such sizes as they may want. ADAM RISE. ^^. N. B.—Fox, Mink, Muskrat, and Rabbit, Skins wanted, for which, the highest market prices will be paid. _(_Leb., Feb. 6,1856.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

BOOT & _SHCE STORE. Jacob Keadle, "DESPECTFULLY informs the public that he Xv still continues his extensive establishment in his new building, in Cumberland street, where he hopes to render the same satisfaction as heretofore to all irho may favor him with their custom. He invites Merchants and dealers in Boots and Shoes, and every one who wishes to purchase fashionable and durable articles in his line, to call and examine for themselves, his large a_«d varied stock. He is determined to surpass all competition in the manufacture of every article in his business, suitable -for any market in the Union. A due care is taken in regard to materials and workmanehip i none but the best quality of Leather and other materials are used, and none but the host workmen are employed. P. S.—He returns his-_'_sincero thanks to his friends for the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on him. He hopes by strict attention to business and endeavoring to please his customers, to merit a s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

REMOVAL, Lebanon Marble Yard. THE subscriber respectfully informs the public in general that he is prepared to do all kinds of _Fanci and Ornamental work at his Marble Yard, in Walnut street, halfway between the Court House and Lebanon Valley Knilroad Depot, at the shortest notice, as good as work done iw any city in the United States, and being the only -Stone Cutter in Lebanon county who has served a regular apprenticeship to the business, he pledges himself that he can manufacture cheaper, and give a better finish than any other man engaged in the same business. His stock consists of Monuments, Grave Stones, Mantels, Cemetery Posts; Furniture Slabs, &e. Also, SAJiDSXOJiiJ of the best quality for all uses, plain and ornamental. A large assortment of WMESTOXE for all kinds of housework, of any size and quantity. _.tiSp-Please call and examine prices and the stock before you purchase elsewhere. JOHN FARRELL. Lebanon, December 19,1S55. W. B.—LElTJSRINtt doaein German and En...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

I\_WT_^fc Lebanon _BULLING COMPANY. _T_^HE North Lebanon Mill has been remodeled, JL and Is now completed and in operation, and ;prepareirto 'furnish customers regularly with a very superior article of _¥*LOUR, as cheap ss it can be obtained from any other source. They also keep constantly on hand and for sale, Chop, Bran, Shorts, dfc, 4fc. They are also prepared to do all kinds of dtxs~ ¦tomer's work, ar id respectfully invite all the for'irrer customers of the mill, as well as new ones, to give them a call. They will pay the regular market prices for all kinds of Grain, such as Wheat, Corn, Rye, Oats, _fyc, and afford all facfiBties and accommodations to •those who have to sell •00NRAD H. B0-EGNER, President. North Lebanon Borough, may 13.-3m.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

JOES _GASSKTt. GEORGE GASSEK. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, 4*c, _fyc. rPHB _Bttbicribers respectfully invite the attention X of the citizens of Lebanon and vicinity to an examination of thoir new stock of goods just received from Philadelphia. They have a general assortment of the latest styles of all kinds of Some-Made and City Work, and also make to order, at short notice, any article in their line that may be wanted. _J^* Don't forget that the store has been removed from the old location, to "Phreaaer* s Old Building," next door to the Washington House, Cumberland street, south side.-They tender their thanks to their old customers, and solicit a continuance of their favors, and trust that a great many new ones will cheer them with their patronage. They intend not to be beat in selling cheap articles in their line. Leb., apr. 22, 1857.1 J. & G. GASSBR.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

Scorning the Idea .—A vagabond'looking fellow, but with some wit, _nev. _ertheless, was brought before a magistrate at Tourbridge, on the charge Of stealing turnips. After making some •droll remarks, >be was asked by the mag. istrate: "But didn't you take the turnips _found in your poc'kett" Prisoner.—"Certainly not. I went to Bleep in the field among the turnips, and the three you found in my pocket grew in them while I lay there, the heat of my body causing them to shoot up ¦faster than ordinary, I steal turnips, your worship! I'd scorn the idea I"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

A good joke, says the Syracuse Stand* ard, is related of Miss G*****, a laugh-•ter loving good natured lass, who was spending the afternoon with a neighbor, and during supper the conversation tamed to bene, &c. Miss G., observed, that their hens did not lay scarcely any eggs, and she could not tell the reason. "Wby_*" observed Mr. f*., "my hens lay _very well, I go o-ut among them almost •every day, and get eggs.*' "1% graclous!" was the instant rejoinder. "I wish you would come oyer to our house, and run with our bens a spell, I'm sure father would pay you for your trouble." Set 'em up.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

UTiiie and Liquor Store. _fTHE undersigned having opened a wikb asd * _LlftCOB store, at the North-west corner of Market and Water Sta., (in the room formerly occupied by J. Weidle, Esq.,} is now prepared to furnish the citizens of the borough and county of Lebanon, -with all kinds of choice Liquors, such as Madeira, Port, Lisbon, and Muscat WINES, Brandy, Gin, Old Rye Whiskey, Jamaica Spirits, <§*c, which. _^ he wUl sell at very reasonable prices for CASH, In quantities not less than one gallon. He would invite the public in general to give Mm a call, and hopes by strict attention to business and a desire to please, to receive a liberal fhare..of patronage. EMANUEL RE1GART. ADril 29.1855'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

Venetian Blinds and Shades A. Brit I on &, Co., Manufacturers * Wholesale and Retail Dealers, No. 32 North Second street, above Market, Philadelphia. The largest, cheapest and best assortment of VENETIAN BLINDS and WINDOW SHADES of any establishment in the United States. _®_B_» First premium awarded by the Franklin Institutein 1852 and 1856, over all competition. may 13,_1857.-3m.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

rre§er_*e your Teeth. Q. UILF0RD & LEMBERGER prepare m arti-V_^ cle, Fear? _Dentrifice, the _finestTooth powder, that can be used, having a most delightful odor and pleasant _teate, pofishe8 and _preSr_^_sX teeth; to which it gives a pearl-like whiteness _Wf»_tl> most delightful fragrance to tbi _K'_S_'01 _? _«M>-gum8 aad preserves them in full health «f_*_7f«f- _prepared and sold only, at GUILFORD 4 LEMBIRGER'S _Svnvt, _im_?9 **"1 * St0M ' - « ?***

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

BU Y your Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Spices, Combs and Brushes, Spices, Dye Stuffs, Varnishes, genuine Cigars, Pure Southern Tobacco, Pine Oil, Burning Fluid, Sperm Candles, 4c, Ac, at JHTILFORD-& LEMBERGER'S New Drug Store, _opposHe _' the Market House. January 7. libi. "SFlIAlK _rTHIS HAIR DYE ne_^f J 1 all of its perfection _% Usfy Ing testimonial from tMn»l ™\>.., * ChemistProfessor Booth _^_flS_^ ] •only confirm what thousantP _^t _^iU J borne testimony to. \«f<sviou8lv r '_^Laboratory for _PraeM revloumy St. _STErHESPt. . ¦» • P Philadelphia, _FebruatS8 _^' \ "Being well acquainted with _^V ^/ I composing Hover's Liquid Hair -_%\ nces fied that by following the simple diree\tig _ for its use, it will not injure the Hair °_^Ln \ will give a natural and durable color tol,[. JAMES C BOOTH, Analytic CbeiKl HOVER'S WRITINGIN_^S,iacluaipg _^ Fluid, and Hover's Indelible Inks, are too_^ known and introduced-to -require any additi testimony of their 'dhMr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 29 July 1857

CLOCKS, CLOCKS, JUST RECEIVED AT J. W. ACKER'S, From _fl,25 to$10, 8 day and 30 hour Oct. 22. '56.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 5 August 1857

A Valuable _Discoyc' ry. . Green Corn for Food throughout the year. We have been made acquainted with a novel _ahd highly useful discovery which is destined to effect something of a revolution in tho domestic provision market. Mr. David Rowe, of this coun-(y, has for several years devoted much attention to the ciUring and preserving of Gorn for table use, so as to avoid the trouble of packing in air-tight cans, or of boiling or oven-drying it, or tlie trouble and expense of machiriery in manufacturing it into Hominy. Mr. Rowe is known as an excellent mill-wright, and he is also* the inventor of some most useful agricultural implements—having invented and constructed some of the best grain drills and corn planters now in use. tie has now discovered and invented a process of preserving green corn ins the ear, so (hat it does not corrupt or gather mould, but retaina all the juice a_"nd taste} and other qualities of the "milky grain.'* He "plucks the ear of corn, in roasting ea"f ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 5 August 1857

_Mmdlummu A THRILLING ADVENTURE. We question whether in atl the history of 'hair breadth escapes* a parallel to the following can easily be found.— The story was told us by an old and valued friend whose early days were spent near the tragic a_' dventure here recorded. We give the story as related to us, in ihe words of the hero: 'It was about the year 1795 that I settled in Virginia near the falls of the Kanawa. The country at that time wa3 an unbroken _wilderness But few settlements had been made then by t-he whites, and they were so far apart as to render vain all hopes of assistance in case of an attack from hostile Indians —numbers of whom still infested the neighborhood. 'I lived here alone with my wife for several months unmolested, and by dint of perseverance, being then young and hardy, had succeeded in making quite a large clearing in the forest which I had planted with corn, and which promised ah abundant yield. ' One morning, after we had dispatched our humble me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 5 August 1857

to the top-. So having that desire, which men have, of knowing what 'will be said of them after they are dead, and no one being yet astir, ho concealed himself in *a rank growth of burdocks by the side of a board fence near tlie mouth of. the well, having first left his hat and frock upon the, windlass over the well. At length breakfast being ready a boy was dispatched to call him to his meal, when lo! it was seen that Barnes was buried in the grave unconsrinillilv' i_)na fvu hia HWn _ii.tnria Thr» alarm being given, arid the family assembled, it was decided first to eat breakfast and then send for the coroner, the minister, and his wife nnd children. Such apathy did not flatter Barnes' selfesteem a bit, but he waited patiently, determined lo hear what was to be said, and see what was tQ.beiseen. Presently all parties 'arrived and began " prospecting" the scene "of the catastrophe, as peonle usually do in such _uasua. jungm iney -u ..w _lugeiuur exchange opinions as to what sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 5 August 1857

JAMES F. MAXWELL, MAKUFACT._UPBH 05" _Improved Fire aid Wtttt'f _£iroof COMPOSITION _KOOFlJVCr_, _Harrisdurg, Pa., TJ _ESJ?_ECTFTJIiTiY inform tho citizens of Itm-XV ristmrg, _llfeTiding, Lancaster, Lebanon, and their vicinities, that we arc prepared to put on roofs ob most liberal terms, and at th8 _smartest notieo. Wo respoetfiiHy call tho attention of persons flbout to build, to our invaluable mp._tliod of reeling, now _nxucli used fcii-ougho_'iit tho principal cities of the United Staids aiid their vicinities. This mode of roofing- haying all the combined requisites of cheapness, Durability, anil Security against _firo and Water, and _dispensing with hi_>ch gable walls; the roofs require an inclination of not more than Hired-quartet's (f).of ail ineb. to tbo foot, and in many cases saving the _^ entif e cost of rafters—tho ceiling joist being used. The gutters are made of tlxo satiiS _iiiMtefjfll, without. any extra charges ; consequently_* out roofs are put up at a...

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