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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

DUNDOBE 4 OVES are selling the _oheapest Stuffed, Gane Seat and Common Chairs. Mead Quarters, 2d Brigade, \ 5th Division Penn 'a "Volunteers, j Lebakon, June 14th, 1867. ' 0RDEK NO. 5. A Brigade Parade is ordered to take place at Lebanon, on Thursday, tho 10 th day of September next_, being the anniversary of Perry's Victory. Mr. Caspar Shunk is hereby appointed Brigade Major of this Brigade, with tho rank of Captain, and will be respected accordingly. The commanding officers of Companies, within the Brigade, will have this order read to their men, at tho ncxt_.parade after its reception. • The Brigade Quartermaster, Captain Wm. ~W Murray, is charged with the transmission of these orders to the commanding officers .-o& the companies forming the Brigade. The Brigade Major, Captain Shunk, will furnish him with the requisite number of copies of it. i , ' ¦' ' The Brigade Inspector, Major .Frederick Embich, is charged with the duty of inviting companies from the neighborin...

Publication Title: Lebanon Advertiser
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

Publication Title: Lebanon Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

The Courier and Mi* * _Wiluiot in 1851! "Great stress is now laid by the oppc sition press upon Mr. Wilmot _'s oralorial ability j how his eloquence would charm and sway the people to vote the Black Republican ticket if they only could hear him. His efficiency as a stumper may be judged of from the following extracts from the Lebanon Courier (editorial) of the date of each paragraph: From the Courier, Aug. 29,1851. _"Bigi-eband _WiMtOT.—Wilmot, the notorious •author of the Wilmot Proviso, lias taken-tbo stump for Bigler. He and Bigler, in conjunction, addressed a meeting at Towanda, on the 18tl» inst., when they took occasion to soft-salder each, other in the most approved modern manner!" "Notorious,1 ehJ Now he is the Black Republican candidate for Governor. .. * ., From the-Courier, Aug. 29,1851. • " Col. Bigler is now traveling through the Eastern portion ofour State. He was at Womelsdorf on Tuesday. We are told that wherever he goes ho makes votes—-for Gov. Johnston. He shou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

0_O~ Late accounts from Mexico state that President:Santa Anna has died. _0>_T* Mrs. Cunningham, the bogus-baby's mother, has been removed from her residence to prison, in New York. Good Cbbadit.—The loan of $30,-000 advertised by the Maine State Treasurer has been taken up tt an average of more than 2_£ per cent, premium. _Bidi were offered for an amount exceeding #100_*00. James B. Clay,-son'-of Henry Clay, has been elected to Congress by the Democrats' of the Ashland District, Kentucky. And yet there are those who profess to revere the memory of Henry Clay, _io open alliance with the Black Republicans, and vote their tickets! 0^" Black Republican presses are greatly annoyed that Mr. Hazle hurst is stumping the State. The same ism is just as much annoy • ed that Mr. Packer, will not stump it according u> a plan laid down by them selves. VST The reported story, that some in Oregon are in favor of making it a slave State, would be a sufficient absurdity, if it ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

_Cteii. FacUer _Speaking to the People-We perceive that some of oar cotemporaries are _exeicised because General W. F. Packer, under the instructions of the Democratic State Committee, has conceived it to be his duty to decline the invitation of Hon. David Wilmot, the Republican candidate for Governor, to a public discussion. Some ridiculous contrasts have been drawn in consequence of General Packer's declension. The mere fact that the Democratic candidate for Governor has not deemed it proper to meet his Republican op ponent in joint discussion has suggested to certain objectors the example set by Governor BigleT in his memorable canvasses of '51 and 54, and that of Governor Wise, of Virginia, in 1855, and also the presidential campaign of 1856. If these objectors will look carefully-at the instances they have cjted, they will find that in no one case Has the proposition for a joint diseussio_'n been agreed upon by opp_'osihg candidates. Gov Bigler canvassed the State of Pennsy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

TO TIIOSB WHO WAAT jg&r* jm_^. 'JBW_. i_^m: • A _FABJK _WITHIS THE REACH OF EVERY MAN. wwitrt- KIDGWAY S-AKM CO31PANY has made ar-^"ang _^ ments by whieh *11 who desire to settle or _^eTa_^_ZZl if _^ best limestone soilof the most _superior quality _6>r farming, in a rapidly improvwi DHeue of the west fever is unknown. It also has an _fSIss: " .?1 _-*™™^ for over $100 a discount of 10 per cent. flja1 _^ In considering the advantages of emigrating to this locatitythe following are presented: _«, _» First—The soil is a rich limestone, capable of raising the heaviest crops, owing to which this settlement has attained its present great prosperity. "_' secoId-ltTs _tte_*ent*e of the great North Wst/Ooai Basin, ana is aestfned soon to become one of the greatest business places in the State. It will supply the great Lake marKet, (according to population and travel the greatest in the Onion.") It has five workable veins, of the best Bituminous Coal, amounting in the a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

LEBANON VALLEY _RAILROAD _EXCURSION AS the time is drawing near when the trip will take place, on the Railroad, to that Wonder of Wonders, THE NIAGARA FALLS, we would remind the citizens of Lebanon count y, before this trip takes plaee, that it will be necessary to supply themselves with all kinds of fashionable Dry (roods, so as to appoar in suit desirable for tire occasion, and therefore would advise all such as wish to rig themselves off and appear as Young .Ainerfoa, to call " at the wonderful S E E r- M I V E Now is tb_^3 time for every person to call and examine that wonderful Bee hive, _ufiTJcr the Mammoth Portico. Tho peculiar construction and the enormous stock of Honey will'be to every person's interest to _observed ' ¦ - " HONEY is universally admitted to be agreeable to the taste of every person, and the proper place to get it is known to be the.bce hive ; consequently-every person desiring _tfieir taste suite*], _netjtf but remember that the Bee Hive is theplace t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

Mas l¥orkcd miracles ._BTpIIAT all the-bald and gray can be restored perfectly _» to original growth and color, does not admit of a doubt; besides, it will cure every possible disease of the scalp, whether developed as dandruff itching, or in the shape of cutaneous eruptions—even scald head—and in no possible case will It fail of eurinpr, as if by magie. ner vous or periodical headache, and if used twice a week by tlie young, regularly_^ it will preserve the color, and keep the hair trom falling_/to any imaginable age. Head and judge. . ¦ .. ;:¦- . - ,?;¦_. .. ¦ . _.;_ _Blillford. " Worcester Co., Mass., Nov. 1855. PROF. O. J. WpOD_^_JScar Sir:—I tak e ple asure in bearing voluntary testimony to the magic effects of your %vonderful Hair Restorative. As far back as 1S30 my hcur commenced falling off, until the top of my scalp became bald and smooth as glass, and it has _continued to fall for a great many years, notwithstanding I have used many celebrated preparations for restor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

MARYLAND STATE LOTTERIES i ._CORBltf & CO., LICENSED AGENTS, A RE authorized -by the Managers to fill all orxjl ders for Packages, Tickets or Shares, in the Maryland Lotteries. These Lotteries are tlrawn in public in the city of Baltimore under the superintendence of the State Lottery Commissioner, Who guarantees the fairness of the Drawings, and the official drawn numbers.are published in the Journals of the city of Baltimore, with his certificate bearing his signature. ALL PKICKS AltE CDARASTEED BY THE STATE. • One Trial may make you Rich for L_*fe! Splendid Schemes Drawing Daily. _^- S end your orders to CORBIN & CO., the Old Established Authorized Agents who have sold more prizes, than any other office in the State of Maryland. . PATAPSCO INSTITUTE LOTTERY. This favorite Lottery is drawn daily. ' The Capital Prizes are $8,000, $7,000, $6,000, $5,500, &c. Single Tickets, One Dollar. . CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES. 26 Whole Tickets, $10 00 | 26 Half Tickets...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

iBi_^^B-^^^5_nBK_^_yi_^^^^_S_^_._^^^^^B^?f_^^^^^^^^ririi k fMliiijAu_^Li ' uiA MX'DxvAu iiuua_^.-—j-_^uioii_¥hed «-_* twentj-two years ago by Dr. KINKEMJs, corner of Third aud Union streets, l'hiladelphia, Pa. TWENTY-TWO YEAKS' Experience has rendered Dr. K. a most successful practitioner in the cure of all diseases of a privat«-aature, manhood's _dobiiity. as an impediment to marriage; nervous and sexual infirmities, diseases of/the _skia, and those arising from abuse of mercury. TAKB PAltTiCDLAK NOTICE. There is an evil habit sometimes indulged in bj' boys, in. solitude, oftcu growing up with them to manhood; and which, if not reformed in due time, not only begets serious obstacles to matrimonial happiness, but gives rise to a series-of protracted, insidious, aad trevastating _affections. Few of those who give way to this pernicious practice are aware of the consequences, until they find the nervous system shattered, feel strange and unaccountable sensations, and vngue fea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

27.S14 -Prizes making $263,347 Tiekets $5—Shares in Proportion. LOOK, THIS IS WORTH A T1UAL. $30,000. MAP_^YLAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY for the benefit of the _Susodehansa Casal. CLASS FIVE.—SCHEME. , 1 Prize of $30,000 is $30,000 I prize of 10.000 is 10.000 1 prize of 5.000 is , 5.000 1 prize of 3.907 is 3.907 _«®" 100 prizes of 1.000 are 100,000 25 prizes of -500 are 12.500 25 prizes of 300 are 7.500 ' 66 prizes of 200 are ¦ 13.200 66 prizes of 100 are 6:600 132 prizes of SO are 10;560 132 i>rizcs of 60 are , 7.920 132 prizes of 40 are 5.2S0 3.894 prizes of 20 are 72.8S0 25.740 prizes of 10 are 257.400 30.316 Prizes, amounting to . .... . $547,747 CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES. 26 Whole tiekets, $131 80 26 Half tickets, $66 00 26 Quarter " 33 00 26 Ei ghths" 18 00 Tickets $10—Shares in Proportion. We in%'ariably answer letters by return mail enclosing the tickets in a good safe envelope, and always observe the strictest confidence. After the drawing is over, we send the offi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

Amendments to the State Constitution.-4—The citizens of Pennsylvania will be called upon at the next October election _^_toivote in reference to some very 'important amendments to the Consti tutidn of the State. The _* re are four alterations proposed; which will be voted upon separately. They are : _IVtn relation to: the creation of Public Debts. : 2. In _refersnee to the creation of new Counties;. '' . " ' ¦ ' „ .. ' , . " \ . "' ¦ _; 8. In relation to _leg islative Appbrtionn_^ntsand Ihe _eljeatibii of Represenatives by iiqgle dwtrict_^. . . -j ' • ¦ . _i. _. . - j _rejaiioti to Charters of Ihcor _^_Tln - poratioa_^nd_^proposing togivetheLeg islftte _^w_^tp alte r or revoke any chart|!Wh||^ee«ned «ec _f S8al T- . «- ¦ These points possess extraordinary interest, andifce? shouW not be decided upon without daeconsidera _ttoen. ANbw Kind of _Communion Wine. _^Mushroom catsup was by m,stake _ ad-StTSS_^C_^- . a few days SncV The substitution caused •eon-S _dtrabWlWsternaiion , as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

13 Teachers Wanted. SBjnHE SCHOOL DIRECTORS of BETHEL _TBi Township will meet in the Fredericksburg School House, on SATURDAY, September 12, 1857, at 9 o'clock, a. m., for the purpose of appointing 13 Teachers for the _ensuing term. The County Superintendent wili be in attendance to examine applicants. J. SMITH, Pres't. William W. Guck, Sect'y. _TAug.125 _S7. 9 Teachers Wanted. _JHIHE SCHOOL DIRECTORS of the North fail Lebanon Township District, will meet atC H» Uorgner's Hotel,in the Borough of N. Lebanon, ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1857, •at 1 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of appointing 9 Male Teachers, for the Schools of said district, for-the ensuing term of six months. The County Superintendent will bo in attendance for the purpose of examining applicants. DAVID L. LIGHT, Pres't, Joseph Moyeb, Sect'y. [Aug. 5, *57-td. 8 Teachers Wanted. IBfflHE SCHOOL DIRECTORS of CORNWALL (Hj Township, will meet in No. 7 School House, (Zimmerman's,) on SATURDAY, September 5, I857j at 9 o'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

WflO «OKS NOT KNOW THAT HENRY&ST_1NE, _i HAVE THE _lajrbest; cheapest, ? : AND BEST ' SEM3CTED ¦ •: ¦ ¦- ¦¦¦¦ - _' " ¦ ¦ ¦ :'*•> _- ¦ ¦^¦¦> ¦ STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, _^ FOB LADIES_^AND GENTLEMEN ,: . ¦ ..-:-. I NOW OPEN _« :¦ .;<! J'_- ..; :¦:¦: ..•;' _-; t.: : :;iN;-tEIJANON;?,n ¦ ; ¦ _^^- We , w;_opld fespeetfully invite our numef-, dus customers and friends to call and see our splendid new stock of spring and! isunimer Goods we have just opened and arc constantly receiving by Express. Our, stock consists of a full assortment of tho most fashionable Dress Goods for Ladies and Gentlemens' Wear; Mantillas, Shawls; BonnetSj_^Bonnefi ri bbons, mitts, collars, sleeves, belts, *c for Ladiesj also Hats, Handkerchiefs, stocks, Stockings, ' Moves, &c., for Men. • AH kinds of Domestic Dry Goods, Quecnsware, Oil Cloths, Carpet3, Muslin Shades, &c. * ' :¦ _- ¦ -,' <; Also.acomplete assortment of READY-MApE ptpTHlNG, which we ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

NORTH LEBANON AHEAD WITH AN ASSORTMENT OP CHEAP DRY GOODS, _Grocadesj Queensware, 4*c «» BY '¦' ' ¦ ATTHE '"¦ " ' _MANgOtOBf. _^HOUSE JTorth Lebanon. WHO invite the attention of purchasers to their very extensive stock of FRESH GOODS, embracing every variety of DBESS GOODS, for Ladies and Gentlemen, which they are prepared to offer to reliable and prompt customers, at tho lowest rates, guaranteeing _everj_* reasonable satisfaction. Please examine, before purchasing elsewhere. JACOB K. FUNCK, April 22, 1S_57. JOHN K. FU5_TCK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

SAVING FUND _National _Safety Trust Co., WALNUT Street. South-West corner ot TUIItD Street. Philadelphia. INCOUI»OUA.T1? BYTIIESTATE OFPEXKSYLVAXIA MONEY is received in any sum, large or small, and interest paid from the day of _deposit to the day of withdrawal. The office is open every day from 9 o'clock in the morning till 7 o'clock in the evening, and on Monday and Thursday evenings till 9 o'clock. ' INTEREST FIVE PER CENT. AH sums, large or small, are paid back In gold ondc" mand without notice, to any amount. Hon. I1EXRY h. BENNEK, President, ROBERT SELFBIDQE, Tiee President, Wir. J. Keed, Secretary, directors: Henry I». Benner, C. Landreth Munns, ¦Edward t. Carter, F. Carroll Brewster, Robert Selfridge _Josephs B. Barry Samuel K. Ash ton, Henry L. Churchman, James B. Smith, Francis Lee. This Company confines its business entirely to thereceiving of money on interest . •• Ihe investments amountting to over .¦ ¦ ; ' ¦ .:,. " .' -. ' . One Million and a Half of Dollars! are...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

nUILPORD & LEMBERGER, Graduates of ,VT Pharmacy, and Practical Apothecaries and Chemists, offer, to the public a large aud carefully selected stock of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye-stuffs, Oils/Spices, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Flavoring Extracts, Tobacco and Cigars, pure Wines and Liquors for Medical purposes ; with everything in their line as Druggists, Perfumers and venders of Fancy Articles, which we can confidently recommend to Families, Physicians, Country Merchants and Dealers, as being fresh, pure, aud prepared in the best manner.— All the new Preparations, Chemicals and Patent Medicines. Horse and Cattle Medicines. The largest assortment of Trusses, single aud double, for children and persons of every age, and for every variety of rapture—carefully fitted and adjusted if desired. Abdominal Supporters. _^_U_» Ail orders correctly answered, and Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Receipts carefully compounded. ' ¦ ....-. _^_g_» Country Merchants and Dyera wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

_Eiebaisofi iTlutsiai Insurance Coi»i»»hv. IXCORPOTIATPT* BY THE LEGISLATURE OF Pa. CHARTER PERPETUAL. Office at Jonestown * Lebanon County. &UAEAKTEE CAPITAL $55,000. THIS Compauy is now fully organized and ready to make Insurance on all kinds of property in town or country and on as favorable terms as any well-governed and safe company, either on the Mutual or joint stock principle. President—JohsBbun.veh, Esq. VieePresideut—-D. M. KARMAxr. Treasurer—Geo.,_3?. JklEivr. Secretary—"Wi t- A_^_aury. Directors. John Brunner, Esq., Daniel Brown, • 5• M-K_*r«_nany, : Napoleon Dcsh, Geoi F. Meily. . Joha Arndt, q^'cu-T' John Meily, _«X ? 1??^' "L. R. Walker, Daniel H-' Bicrer;: D. M. Hank. 3^* A. S. Ely is the. Agent for Lebanon. He may at all times he found at his office _ia Walnut . Street. Jonestown, July 15, 1S5_T.—ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

Call and _JSiee the Dry-GoodSj Grocery & €rockery FARMERS9 STORE 1" EONARD ZIMMERMAN informs his friends Xj and the public that he has just received a new stock " of GOODS for the Spring Trade, which will be found as eheapas any stock of the kind in this _ibwn,'consisting of all such .Goods-as are usually kept in a first-class store. Particular attention is given to Staple Grood8 for the Country Trade; hot neglecting the fancy articles'for Ladies' wear—sueh; as! Laces, Lawns, Edgings, Undersleves, Handkerchiefs, &c. Gentlemen are invited to examine his Cloths, Cassiineres, Oasinets, Tweeds, Summer Cloths, Paney and other Testings, Velvets, Cords, &e;i;- In the Grocery department inay: bo,found a splendid assortment of every need in jtlie ' Family:—Coffee; sugar, spices, Teas, Mackerel, &c. In Crockery, :flie-stock is well selected. •:„ :¦ _i _, LEONARD ZIMMERMAN. ¦ .., ^^""The highest market price will be paid for Country Produce: Lebanon, April 22,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 19 August 1857

E.BABER: H.RABKR: J. SI.1JA.CKI!. RABER = _fc BROS. THIS NEW FIRM ARE HOLDING OUT GREAT INDUCEMENTS. BY THEm SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of 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, whit-!i are all well selected. Among them you will find _Laaicrtines, Bucals, Oriental Lustre, Cbine.-e Cloth, Printed Lama, Silk Tissue, fig'd, Crape do Paris, Berege Robes, plain Tissues and _Jjerejres. Black and Fancy Silks, very cheap and vtiy handsome, ChalliSjM. D. Lains, Berege I). Lain;-, Prints, Ginghams, Lawns, Brilliants, Lustres, _£<•., and a variety of other Fancy Dress _Goods. Thu ladies are especially invited to call aud sec the New Goods. April 22, " 1S55.

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