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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

SPLENDID ESTATE AT '' ¦ PR1YJITE _«ytJ&J_5. THE undersigned offers at private sale his magnificent estate, situate in East Hanover township, Lebanon county, about 2 miles from Harper's Inn, 4 miles from the Cold Springs and the Dauphin and Susquchanna Railroad, as follows: NO. 1—Contains 160 ACRES, more or less, of tbo best land in the neighborhood, adjoiningproperty of Michasl Deininger, John Dotter, and cithers. The greater portion is cleared and under J_^^L good cultivation . The buildings J_^ffi lirgftj ar erected on this tract arc the nnderfllliP!!l|' signed's well-known Cloth Manujjj&fl !_J_»e\ jam, p" "f"T which has a large patron- ™ss: - SSteSsesa age and is capable of indefinite increase; a large two-story double Stone _Jewelling House, with Kitchen annexed; good _ly -story Farm House5 Tenant*. House; large sM Barn, with threshing floor an<| Stabling; and other outbuildings, in good repair. Also, ail necessary buildings for th«f"Manufactory,_vis...

Publication Title: Lebanon Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

HE _ADVERTISER Lebanon, August 12, 1857. Home Jlffuirs. f Township Meetings! iPHE DEMOCRATIC citizens and all others, Rosed to Black Republicanism, alias Abolilionm, and its kindred Know-Nothingism, in Lol>am county, aro respectfully requested to nsscm-I in their ropeclivc districts, on f Saturday, August 29, 1857, r the purpose of choosing two delegates, to rep pent each district in a County Convention, to be Bel on tho Monday following, (it being the 31st ifc.,.) at 1 o'clock, p. m., at _tiie public house of DAS! Haak, in tho borough of Lebanon, to setj|a County Ticket. MJhoso of Lebanon bovo«gh,WostWarcl,willineet Kho public house of Mrs. Rise, at 7_*o'cloek,j>. in. _ETho same of Lebanon borough, East Ward, will feet at tire publics liouso of Daniel Brua, at 7 block, p. ib. ¦ " • | Tbo same of North Lebanon borougli, at tko _iblio liouso of Benj. Zuller, at 7 o'clock, p. in. il'ho sauio of Cornwall township, will meet at o'clock, p. in., at the public liouso...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

CkT" Two weeks ago, when we announced the opposition ticket, as nothing was said about a candidate for the Assembly s _,we look it for granted that Mr. Hoffman, of Heidleberg, would be renominated for a second term, according to custom. We are now pretty well satisfied that we were in error in that respect, and that he will be obliged to give way to D. W. Leeds, hailing, we believe, from Millcreek township.— Where there is an effect there is always a cause—so philosophers tell us. In Mr. Hoffman's case the cause of his be ing " sot back" is produced by his vote in the last Legislature in favor of granting three millions of dollars by the state towards the building of the Sun bury and Erie Rail-road. It is, and very truly, supposed by the Managers of the party in this county that Mr. Hoffman's defeat would be certain with that ill-advised vote staring him in the face. In counties not interested in the Sunburv and Erie railroad, the renomination of any gentleman who voted for th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

2 Mouses and 30 Town-lots at B c nblie Sate. WILL be sold at public sale, at _Reinhart's Hotel, in the Borough of Lebanon, on SATURDAYSEPTEMBER 5, 1857, at 12 o'clock, M., the following real estate, viz:—- One two-story new frame DWLLL- - :]J_^_ssA ING HOUSE, and Corner Lot of _^_fflafj f _»fJa Ground, fronting 49 feet on Leh- !_g||9111 (fir man Street, south side, first square _jBfiHWBBM east of Pinegrove street, iu the bor- ¦ ' '" •_i s ***** ough of Lebanon, to be sold by Hbxuy Arnold. AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE, _o__a A 1J story frame Dwelling HOUSE) _^ _SHIUJL and Lot of Ground, situate in the [!• I lifflLBorough of North Lebanon, adjoining _lj» g _»_KKlots of John Araodd_£jtf Gotlieb Light. •«™™^^_=To be sold .by Joseph? _Aksold. ALSO, AT THE SAME TIME AND 'PLACE, 30 FINE TOWN LOTS, located betwo en the Lebanon Val. R. R. and Union Canal 5 Fronting on Lehman and Centre Streets, first and second square east of Pinegrove street, in the boroughs of Lebanon and North Lebanon, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

HOFFMAN, IMMEL 4- CO.'S LEBANON COUNTY _TRANSPORTATKOrV LINE BY _UJfIO3SCANAL AND JLebanon_x WUey _liailroail. THIS LINE consists of 22 first-class BOATS, running between Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all other points along the Union, Schuylkill, Tide-Water and Pennsj'lvania 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 rely on having their GOODS delivered in good condition and with promptness and dispateb, at low rates. One of the Firm will pay particular attention to Goods shipped by the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Goods _ivill 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 m North Lebanon, or at the Lebanon Vallev R.R. Depot. EDWARD MARK, their Agent in Philadelphia, will always be f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

REINHARD'S BUCK _HOTEIi PROPERTY IS OFFERED AT Private Sale. vBjmdjjL THIS has been a Hotel for the last 4_s _^_%_zZwM _k 40 years, and is well known over the _SiSHUstate as REINHAllD'S HOTEL, and J_^_JJ _jyjgJl_^is the most ceniral 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 Walnut streets, 39 feet on Walnut _bainc 60 feet deep. The Building is a three-story STONE HOUSE, 45 by 88 feet. Tho third story was put on not long since and the whole house remodeled, with a frame Kitihen. 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 Hotel, which brings a good rent....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

The Lebanon Market. CAREFULLY COIIKKCTED WEEKLY. Wednesday, August 12, 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, - 6 25 Prime Whjte Whqat_, per bus.- - 1 90 Prime Red Wheat, per bus. - - 1 75 Prime Rye, per bushel 90 Corn, per bushel 75 Oats, per bushel -- 50 Potatoes, " - 50 Tallow, per pound 11 Ham,- - - - - - 14 Lard, 12 Shoulder, - - 12 Sides, --.--- - - 11 Butter, 14 Eggs, per dozen, --r-.-- _' -- 14

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

G_^7~ We are advised, that Mr. Joel Spyker, whose nomination for the Legislature "by the Democracy of Jefferson county we noticed several weeks ago, is not a native of Berks county, but was born and raised in Jonestown, Lebanon county. We were misled by one of Ih«! Reading papers. Berks has many valuable jewels in her own right, and should not attempt to steal from her neighbors. Tall Corn Stalk.—There is a Democratic Corn Stalk in our neighbor Christian Henry's garden, that probably beats all ever produced in the State.— It measured 14 feet 2 inches in height, and reminds us of the tallest kind of Democratic majorities given at last week's elections. We challenge the county to produce a taller specimen.— It is still growing finely.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. MoxD.vr_, August 10.—P. M. The Flour market continues inactive, but with continued light supplies and a comparatively small stock, holders manifest less anxiety to realize.— The only sales reported for export aro 7a800 barrels fresh ground from new Wheat at $7 25a7 37_£ per barrel, and 300 barrels middlings at $4 75ao—the latter for fine. Small sales for home consump- . tion from §6 75 up to $7 50 for old stock and fresh ground superfine, and $7 62_J up to $9 25 for extra fancy lots. Ilye Flour has again declined 124 cents per barrel—300 barsols sold at $4 50. Corn Meal is scarce and firm at §4 for Penn'a, and $4 25 for Brandy wine. G rain—The receipts of Wheat are quite moderate, and most of it is damp and in a quality unde- • sirable for milling. Prime dry lot? are scarce and wanted. Sales of 1200 bushels good and prime Southern red at SI 60al_* 65 per bushel, and 500 _biishoh white at $1 73al 75. Rye comes forward slowly_^ and commands 95 cents. Tho demand ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

SAVING FUND National Safety Trust Co., _fvfriraQAr_.NUT Street, South-West corner of THIRD _Wjp Street, Philadelphia. IXCOKPOJIATI? BYTUESTAtEE OF _PENNSYLVANIA . MONEY is received in any sum, large or small, and interest paid from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal. Tho office is open c-rury day from 9 o'clock in the morning till 7 o'clock in the * evening, and on Monday a _' nd Thursday evenings till 9 o'clock. INTEREST FIVE PER CENT. All snraslarge or small, are paid back in gold on demand without notice, to any amount. Hon. HKNRY _t. BBNNJ5R, President, ROBERT SELFitlDGK, Vice President, . War. J. Reed, Secretary, directors: Henry h. Benner, 0. Landreth Munns, Edward L. Carter, F. Carroll Mrawster, Robert Selfridge Joseph B. Barry Samuel K. Ash ton, I Henry L. Churchman, James B. Smith, j Francis lee. This Company confines its business entirely to thereceiving of money on interest. The investments amountting to over One Million and a Half of Dollars! arc made in c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

SUPEMIOM PMJiJ%m OS. 02T EXHIBITION and FOR SALE, at "UNION HALL," LEBANON, a variety of superior PIANOS, from Boston, New York sfl|_$ Philadelphia Makers, all of which will be sold at prices ranging from $275 to $600, for Cash or good Notes, and warranted to the purchaser to be equal to any made in the United States. All persons wishing to purchase will please call without delay, as this stoek can remain open but a short time longer. 0. 0. B. CARTER, Agent for the following,Makers:— Hallefc_, Davis & Co., Boston , ¦ A. H. Gale & Co., New York; Raven, Bacon & Co., Now York: Nunns & Clark, New York; " J. H. Shoemaker & Co., PMlad'aj Conrad Meyer, Philadelphia; These makers have taken over one hundred first class premiums for the superiority of their instruments. Their Pianos axe now in over fifty thousand families in the United States, all giving great satisfaction. ALSO, Mason & Hamlin's famous Model MELODEONS! N. B.—All orders for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

NEW EXPRESS! THE Subscriber has made arrangements for" running a DAILY EXPRESS, in connection with his Freight Line, on Philadelphia and Reading and Lebanon Valley Railroads, and is prepared to forward Packages, Money, Jewelry, and other valuables daily each way Between Philadelphia, Beading, &e. Each Express in charge of a Special Messenger* by Passenger Trains. All orders promptly delivered, and goods forwarded with the greatest despatch, at reduced rates. Mark all gpojii Cake of P. Albright's Freight Like, or _Exwfiss, as parties ordering may intend. Offices 311 _ItSee Street, Philadelphia; corner of Fourth and Pcriii streets, Reading; at Sinking Springs, Womelsdorf, Meyerstown, and at D. _Grajff_'s, Cumberland street, Lebanon. P. ALBRIGHT. N. B.—A Line of Six Boats, running between Philadelphia and PottsviEe to carry Merchandise and Freight generally. Schweitzer & Co., 65 North Wharves, Philad'a. Chestnut street Wharf, Reading. July 29,1857—tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

National Safety Saving Fund.—This Saving Fund in Walnut street, South-west corner of Third, Philadelphia now has more than One Million and a hall* of Dollars invested in first-class securities. _J*jB**Just Printed and for sale at the Advertiser Office, Agreements for tho Sale of Land, good form j Justices' and Constables' Blanks, Deeds, Mortgages, Bonds, Notes, &c, &c. l&=2|_u Mr. Daniel S. Early has sold his store stand at Annville Mills, to Mr. Gabriel Wolfersborger, for 63,450. The property _embraces a store house, dwolling house, bank burn, &c, with 20 acres of land, lie also sold a two story house _ifnd lot of ground at same place to Bliss Hautz, for $710. Nancy Wengart sold a two story houso and lot in Shirksville, Bethel township, to Mr. Levi Wengart, &r $000. Amos Fox sold to John .Wagner, a house and 23 acres of land, in Swatora township, for $2100.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

IMPORTANT TO BUSINESS MEN I Speed Increased and RATES of FREIGHT REDUCEDTHE HOWARD EXPRESS CO; HAVE made arrangements with the Lebanon* Valley R. R. Co., to forward Goods, Packages, Moneys, Ac, in charge of their own special Messenger from Philadelphia and Reading by Passenger Train. Merchants wishing their goods forwarded punctually and with despatch, will consult their own interests by patronizing the Express Co. Orders for Goods tabe returned by Express will be delivered in Philad'a free of charge. Persons having remittances of money to mako to any part of tho U. S. or Canadas, will find tho Express the only safe mode of conveyance. Office—No 4 Eagle Building, Lebanon, Pa., and 248 Chestnut St., below 3d st., Philad'a. ¦ JOHN ULRICH, Agent, July 22, 'ij7-tf. For Howard Express Co.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

FOR SALE. _JBEEaS_^^ po_'_nv P3iiH|_ra|^ ~ ' OATS, WP"_^S9_Si MIDDLINGS, asssaBaf _*sm * gALT BY THE BAG, BRAN,-at the Genesee mills of : MYERS & SHOUR, Jan. 7, 1S57. Lebanon, Pa. waSted, AT the _Genesee Mills, in tVe Borough of Lebanon, WHEAT, COEN, rye; oats Iu any quantity, for which, tho highest Markot prices will be paid in Cash, by January 1,1857. MYERS & SHOUR_^ l»i«_TED, rpWELVB goMSEldnr Barrel COOPERSat _tao" X Genesee unUia, in Leb_^On_, iff whom _constant work and gob _' d wage* _ViE *_& given. None but sober ana stoaly w#*k_$|_& _neecfapply. January _f, im, _^myIkI* 6H<W£j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

ADJOURNED _ORPBIAWS5 COURT SAIJB. "PURSUANT to an order of the Orphans' Court JL of Lebanon countjr, will be exposed to sale by public _venduo or outcry, on FRIDAY, AUGUST M,_;1857, at 5 o'clock, p. m., at the _piiblic house of Adam _Haiik, in the Borough of Lebanon, the following Real Estate, fir. 1 NO. 1.—A two-story House and _^ Jgg|iL Lot of .Groundcorner of Cumber- _^^S_?att<« land street and Pheasan , eI | £ f-|r said borough. The lot fronts 26_^_M_^^^_g; feet 5 inches on Cumberland street,- _^=-t_^ - _^!*_S _^S3 and 198 feet along the alloy. UO. 2.—A two-story HOUSE and part of a Lot of Ground adjoining the above property on the west, and lot of Philip Fisher on the east; fronting 17 feet 3 inches on Cumberland street, and runs back 19S feet to an alley. . _^g@p"The above property will be sold separate in Nos. The whole late the Estate of Nathaniel Kcohler, dee'd. Terms, &c, will be made known by ELI AS RABER, Trustee. By the Court—Join* Siegiust, Clerk. Leba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

. (_KT The School Directors of Lebanon Borough on Saturday last; made the following appointments of Teachers:— Male _Schools.—So. 1, R. W. MeCormiek; No. 2, John L. Mustard; No. 3, J. T- _Nitraucr; No. 4, J. S. Grumbiue; _iSfo. 5, 1 No- 6 > Mrs. Mary A. Groff; No. 7, Miss Eiiz. Raueh. _Fbmalk Schools,—No. 1, Miss M. B. Stephens; No. 2, Miss E. C. Mish; No. 8, Miss S. w. Hall: 4, Mis3 H. P. Hall,- No. 5, Miss P. S. Wheat; No. 6, Miss A. L. Moore; No. 1, Miss C. Zweitzig. O_^- We understand that Mr. Israel Karc ' h has been elected Collector of the School Tax of the Borough, by the Board of School Directors, which at present is composed of two opposition, and three Democrats. Mr. Karch is a very respectable citizen belonging not to the Democratic party.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

Lebanon Valley Rail Road! ON and after Monday, July 13th, 1837, a PASSENGEB, TRAIN will leave Lebanan at 3.30 p.m.,daily,(exceptSundaj's} _connectingatRp.AD ixg with the 5.36 p. m. down train for Philadelphia, and the 6.10 p. m. up train for _Pottsville. Returning from Reading at 10.30 a. p., on arrival of up a. m. train from Philadelphia. FARES :—To Reading, 85 and 70 cents; ginking Spring, 70 and 65 1 _Wernersvilie, 60 and 50* Robesonia, 50 and 40; Womelsdorf, 45 and 35 / Meyerstown, 25 and 20 cents. A FREIGHT TRAIN will leave Lebanon for Reading daily, (except Sundays} at 6 p. m., returning from Reading at 6 a.m. _^ g|ju_» For rates of Freight apply to Mr. _CoxRAtf Mahk, Lebanon, or to <£ A. UtCOLLS, July 15, _»57-tf. tiup't <

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

3irds.—It is to be regretted that the Bird law 13 not enforced against sportsmen. In the country a person can travel for miles and scarcely hear the sweet note of a single bird—all killed. The pleasure derived in shooting the little creatures cannot certainly justify making the earth and air a solitude—as it is at present away from niens' habitations. If our farmers would make a few examples of the "killers" it might have a salutary effect.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 12 August 1857

.Dwelling-House and Store Stand for Rent. r I'HE subscriber offers for rent for one or more •*• years, the building for along time occupied by him as a residence and Shoe-store, on the corner of the alley between Brua's Hotel and Pinegrove street, Cumberland street, Lebanon. The building is large, well provided with cellar, stabling, &e. The corner room is well oalculuted for a store stand, and if rented for any such purpose will bo well furnished with shelfing, &c. For farther information apply to ' SOLOMON M'CAULLY. _^_f The property is also offered for sale at private sale. April 22,1857.

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