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

B ULL'S ¦ RECTO. _WlISiriJRA_, ' . FOR PILES,TETTER_, RINGWORM 6\ ND for any _^Eruption or Excoriation of the Skin, r_^A' whether on. dhc head, fiice, arms or other parts of the boJy. Old ulcers or sores, and pimples on the face, iruvp tie speedily dured by the use of tho Recto. _Mistura. To those especially that are suffering from the .1'iles, we offer a sure remedy. ' . . . From Rev. Mr. _Enterlinel l_'astor German Church, Cor. Con way and Sbarp _streete: * ••-.¦•- _3?or the benefit of the affiiete'i,,I fuel it a _diity to state wbat a blessing a medicine, known by the name of '"Bull's Recto 3Iistnra. " has been to me. I; bare been afflicted with the .tiles for eight years, during Ayhich time I tried jny own remedies, as a praetitioner, arid many others, but without success. Having beard of Mr. Bull's Pile Remedy, I tried it; and though I used but one. half-bottle, I can say that I am perfectly cured. I also: «sed it in a violent case of Totter, which extended over the whole bod...

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

North X<€i>aiioii MILLING COMPANY I _jfjfjfS5~^ THE IfOkTH LEBANON MILL Hi! Ml?fe^! |_J_^as _^een remodeled, . is now corn-5 jjp Sia^^^_a pleted and in _ojieni.tionand prcpar-^_laL, . _jjl_^^Bay_^_etl to furnish customers regularly with a very superior article of FLOUR, as cheap as it can be obtained from any other -source. They also keep constantly on hand and for sale, Chop, Bran, Shorts,;4*c _» _4*^_-* They are also prepared to do all kinds of eastdmer's work, and respectfully invite allr the former 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, _sucli as • Wheat, Corn, Rye, Oats, <f*c _-> and afford all facilities and accommodations to those who hare to sell .. . •-,... CONRAD H. BORGNER, President. North Lebanon Borough, may*13_^-3m. -; •

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

©_£_?" HoH. FhEDERICK P. STANTON, Secretary of Kansas, had been offered the post of Superintendent of Indian Affairs for that Territory. We have later Kansas dates, advising of the organization of a large force to protect the polls at elections. The Sheriff of Douglas County had given notice of bis intention to collect the taxes_,and an opinion has teen given by the Courts to the effect that the payment of tax is a preliminary essential to the right of voting-.

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

DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET FOB GOVERNOR, _WlLIsIJlM T. PACKER , Of Lycoming County. _WOS. _CANAl COMMISSIONER, _wimnon stmckijAjvd Of Chester County. FOR SUPREME JUDGES. WMI_*E<1J1M- _STMOJVa, Of Berks County. JAMBS THOMPSON, Of Erie County.

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

_j_^-SODA WATER'i -t_^ Guilford & Lemberger have now got in full op oration their new and splendid Soda Water fountain where the public will find soda water of the very best quality—equal to any obtained in the (•Hies or elsewhere.

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

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

Home Jlffairs. ti&T Court business and absence from home have prevented the continuation this week of "Local Sketches" by Mr. _Weidtnan. $2_T Persona in want of good and cheap Groceries_* including a superior quality of Cheese, should call at Mr, Reisner * s store, near Brua's Hotel. THE _ADVERTISER _fefThe _Cornerstone of a newChurch for the United Brethren in Christ, will he laid in Jonestown, on Sunday, the " 23d inst. ¦ ' . ¦-¦ .- :, '' ¦ ' ¦ ¦> . . Name Changed.—The name of the Manheitn and Lebanon Flank Road has _lieen changed to"North Lebanon and »Mt. Hope Plank and Turnpike Road,*' 03" The weather for the last few days has been exceedingly warm. Linen ap_. Iparel, fans, ice-creams, (right and, left,) 'soda water, &c, are in extra demand. Camp Meeting.—-A camp meeting ¦by (he Evangelical denomination will be held on _l*nd of Mr. Solomon H. Light_, n««_t Jonestown, this county com* _fencing the 24th instant. Fire.—The a\n,rtn of fire at 7 o'clock...

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

For the Advertiser. Harvest Horns Celebration at Annville. Mb. Editor :—It seems that the public appreciate roy services as a reporter for your widely circulating sheet. By special invitation (as reporter.) in company with the Perseverance Sax Horn Band, "we waited for tBe wagon and all took a rule to Annville, to _attend the Harvest Home Celebration of the Union Sabbath School of that noat village, arriving there at about 9 o'clock, a.m. I Was _bappy to observe tho many improvements going on, and the air of prosperity which characterises it. The men are plain, the women pretty, and crinoline does not banish corduroy from the pavements. When we arrived at the Church, the Band struck up that favorite national air—" Hail Columbia," to the surprise of the "'insiders," , only six being aware of its presence, after which the scholars formed into procession, and preceded by the Band, marched and «o»nter-marehed through town. The children—and here I speak of ono of the peculiarities of...

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

_Kelsgious _Polices. Preaching nest Sunday evening in the M. E. Church. English preaching next Sunday morning in. the He formed Church. German preaching next Sunday mevning at _SJ_^o'eloek English in the evening, in Salem's Lutheran Church. ( Jerman preaching next Sunday morning in the Mora vinn _fihurch. - . On the 18th inst., l>y Rev. Aug. C. Wedokind, Mr. Abraham Brechbill to Miss Mary A. Kreider, both of South Lebanon township. ' , . On the 26th ult., by the _Rer. J. Stein, Mr. Washington Ilorn to Miss itebecca Helm, both of. Jonestown. On the Htb. inst., by Rev " . F. W. Kroner, Mr. George Steins, of Lebanon, to 3_Iiss Klizab'h Spangler. of Jackson. On the 9th inst., by the Rev. P. B. Marr, Mr. .John S. Freil, to Miss Sarah. O. Hater, both of _Shamokin_, Northumberland County. ~ . -.- . :, . .. -5" 1 je»_, .¦:_^-..; ,r-Onthc 5th inst., in Bethel, Mr. Christian Hunsicker, aged 81 _yvars, i mouths and 9 days. Ou the 14th inst, in Cornwall, Mr. Wn». Smith, aged 55 years...

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

SANDS, NATHANS & _CO.'S dLjiiMRi cji j _t c 1 me us —AND—ELEPHAHT EXHIBITION! _BTllHE _le.aaing feature of this Grand Exhibition is tho 4_aj varied performance of the wonderfully Educated Elephants, VICTOJtlA and AI.EEKT! whose unequalled feats have beep the wonder and delight of thousands upon thousands in the Paris, London, New York and Philadelphia Theatres. They _ftsliibit the _*8» Most astonishing Displays of Animal Training and Instinct ever l!cheld.*®3L They have been taught to ascend an Inclined Plank, only sine _ixciies in width, a distance of 30 yards, whore one of them will BALANCE HIMSELF ON HIS HEAD! upon a pedestal not over a foot in diameter. They will also perforat a great variety of F IS ATS OF POSTURING, GYMNASTICS, DANCING, WALTZING, MARCHING, &c, such as have never been attempted in America, and hav«_s boen the wonder and _amasunnent ot" the world for the last tSvo years. These perfectly and surprisingly trained Elephants, both of "whom ar...

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

Special Notices _^, is to certify that I hare made but one application of tho _MAcrc Oil on my fingers, which have been drawn from contraction of the eords, brought on by rheumatism. It was of seventeen months standing, and I am now entirely cured. I cheerfully recommend it to all afflicted likewise. J. M. _PIXFROCK, Harrisburg, 72 Locust street. White Teeth, Perfumed Breath and Beautiful Complexion—c_»n be acquired hy using tho '-Balm op a _Thousand _Filters." What lftdy or gentleman would remotn wider the curse of a disagreeable breath , when by using the "Balm of a Thousand Flowers ,"as adentifiico ¦would not only _render it sweet, bufcleavethe teeth white as alabaster ? Jinny persons do not know their breath is bad, andthesubjoct is so delicate, their friends will neter men tion it. Beware of counterfeits. Be sure each bottle is signed . _JTETRIDGE & CO., N. Y. For sale by Gnilford & Leuibergcr and all Druggists. Feb. 18. XS56.—Bin. _, * Prof. Wood's Hair...

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

ValuaWe _Sfioroii_^li Property FOR, SALE! t S offered at privatev &6, that valuable half-lot X or piece of _Gronnd, situate at the irortn-ea ' st corner of Walnut " And Water streets, X&b' an'oh. fronting 33 feet on Walnut street and 80 feet on Water street, at present occupied by Johii Farrel's Marble Yard, on which are a FRAME HOUSE, Ac. It is locasod within a square of the Lebanon Valley Railroad Depot, between tho Depot and the een_^_- tre of town.,,- For further particulars apply to John Parrel, on the premises. [June 24,1857. Woouiand for Sale. _tW|S|3 <. THE undersigned of- _^ _Jjb ge_^ _^^^^_K _fers at Priyate Sale, £_&££_&$ * sFml _^^^^2_s (more or less) of excel-g^^^ _SW lent WOODLAND, thehalf of which is good timber, situate in Union township, Lebanon-county, near the Big Dam, adjoining land of Jacob Hunsicker, Emanuel Fey and others.- Erected-on the premises is a good two-story log _BWELMSe house, as good as new, good Stabling, ...

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

S PLEjSTJJID E STATE :' <; ' •¦ ¦ ¦ •¦ ¦ ¦ .. AT _PRI_^MTJES _^ MIjE. 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 Susquehanna Railroad, as follows: NO. I—Contains 160 ACEES, more or less, of the best land in the neighborhood, adjoin ing property of _Michajl Deininger, John Dofcter, aud others. The greater portion is cleared and under ' —^^ feA. S00 _^ cultivation. The buildings MJGSjijin_^_iM erected on this tract are the under-WSa § 11 W sigDed's well-known Cloth Manu-ImmMiWlL factory, which has a large patron s_^^aac _^ _^_sa age _anti _jg capable of indefinite increase; a large two-story double Stone Dwelling House, with Kitchen annexed; good, two-story Farm House; Tenant House; large stone Barn, with threshing floor and Stabling; and other outbuildings, in good repair. Also, all necessary buildings for the Manufacto...

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

PUBLIC SAME. WILL be sold at public sale on SATURDAY, the 25th of September, 1857, in South Annville Township, in Miller3town, a certain Lot of Ground, _tfsdiiiik on which the improvements are a- g | _$h first-rate two-s tory Frame Dwelling ]amm_%M_§ VBf House; also, a Butcher Shop witb@_|j|§_gfg|_£fgl Kitchen and Cellar attached, formerly occupied by John Imboden. -. ¦ , -¦¦ ¦ Also, a Carriage House, frame stable, Bake House and all the neeessaiy out-buildings. Also, water right near by, (at the pump.) This property adjoins Henry Imboden's and others. Title will bo giren the 1st day of April, 185S. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, on said day, and conditions made known by DANIEL HEILMAN. F. Embich, Aue'r. . [Aug. 12, _»57. Wine and Liquor Store. a HE undersigned having opened a wine and * liquor store, at the NortlUwest corner _,of Market and "Water Sts., (in the room formerly occupied by J. Weidiej Esq.,) is now prepared to furnish the _citizens of the borough and county of Leb...

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

Hercules in. the Temple of Error THE JPIM.ARS OV PllJSJODICE OVERTHROWN! The most stubborn enemies a great inventor or discovery encounters, are the individuals with whose interests it interferes. Vast indeed must bo its value, palpable as the sun the benefit it imparts, in order to override and subdue the professional opposition of the Apostles of Error whose theories it Overthrows. _Hollowny's system of treatment, founded upon immutable truth, has accomplished this Herculean task. It has swallowed up conflicting dogmas, as the rod of the Patriarch swaflowed up the ' rods of bis less favored competitors. The old '.practice, with its complications and contradictions, its volumes of mystification, it* absurdities cloaked in the dead languages, its profitable alliance between the phsieiiuTand apothecary, _itai pecuniary policy of regulating the progress of " a eure'by the length of the patient's purse, its blind _experiments upon the constitution, its skirmishing with the supe...

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

Country _Delegates Will have a hard road to travel in the opposition Convention next Monday if they are not iri the clique ring and have (friends of iheir. own they wish on the [ticket. Their conventions are humbugs, rotten from beginning to end. Each _Uiatrict with , three delegates and but ¦ne vote neutralizes at once the voice of ¦ne-third of the delegates. Again, here worn the borough six delegates will make their appearance representing in pll only 203 Fremont votes, while Hei-J &leberg, the two Annvilles, Londonderry and _Swatura, with each upwards of 200 will have but three delegates apiece. To make the matter still more glaring we take another example:—North Lebanon Borough, polled 60 votes for Fre mont while Swatara polled for the same Candidate 295, nearly five times as many. They are represented alike in the Convention eacH having three delegates. Lebanon borough—west ward—polled 93 votes, not one_*_thlrd as many as Swalara, and also has as many delegatea. Do ...

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

WEIMER jntJtcMwrm _ivoitKs, Opposite the Lebanon Valley R. R. Depot, Lebanon, Lebanon county, Pa. _JfluFTg?*' _WM - & p -L - _WEIMER, Propri* _^MM_^SMra_^^etors, manufacture Steam Engines fj-_^ffisifj'_^fi from 1 to 300 horse power, of tho _j_^ al-_^^i _gggl latest styles and pattern s, with all the modern improvements. Also, superior Portable Engines (with Link Motion Valve Gear,) mounted on %vhecls, for Saw Mills, Wood salving and Hoisting purposes. Particular attention is called to oar small Upright Engines for _Priuter8 > Druggists . and persons wanting a small amount ot Power. jPhey take up a very small space, and can be put up in a room as a household fixture. Also, Blowing Engines and' Machinery for Anthracite and other Blast Furnaces, .of improved construction. Forge Hammers, of P. _.L. Wcitaer'_s Patents; Rolling Mill, Sawing,. Planing and Flouring Mill Fixtures; Mining Pdnips ; Hoisting-Machinery for Mines and Stone Quarries j Railroad Cars, Iron Bridges...

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

ELIJAH tO_>r aACRE...JOBN G. GABEL...JACOB QABCL LEBAl_^_OIS" Door and Sasli Manufactory Located on the Steam-House Hoad, near Cumberland ¦ Street, Bast Lebanon. fTtliWffy* THE undersigned respectfully In* " |jffMIj_^_Btfel form the public in geii&al, that they _^_P*i_^^_S|haVe added largely to their forme? p_$}_LJlja?| _^_gjgj[establi6hment, and also have all kinds of the latest and best improved M ACHIN* ERY in the State in full operation, slick a_4 WOODWORTITS FLOORING, <f-c, for conducting the general business for Planing, Scrolls, Sawing., &C, 4*<7 -i and the experience acquired by B. _Longaket and J. GiGabel,during their connection with the Do<ori Sash and Lumber Trade, for a number of years past, _affords full assurance of their ability, in connection wilh J-. Gabel.to select stock suitable to the wants of the Door and Sash business in this State_> ^^.They now offer to Mechanics and Farmers generally, upon favorable ter...

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

The _ff_^elKiiioii Market. CAREFULLY CORRECTED WEEKLY. Wednksday, August 19, 1857. Ex. Family Flour, per bar. - - $9 50 Extra Flour, per barrel¦ - .... 8 50 Extra Superfine Flour, per bbl. - 8 00 Superfine B. Flour, ....... 7 00 Superfine Flour, - » - - v .... 6 25 Prime White Wheat, per bus.- - 1 70 Prime Red Wheat, per bus. - - 1 60 Prime Rye, per bushel ..... 90 Corn, per bushel 75 Oats, per bushel .----.-». 50 Potatoes, " ........50 Ham, ............. .. 14 Shoulder, - - - - 12 Sides, 11 Butter, - - . 14 Eggs, per dozen, -- 12 PHILADELPHIA MARKET. _SIoxd.vt, August IT.—T?. M. In the Flour market we liave to notice a . coutinuance of the depression which has characterized it for some weeks past. There is little or no export demand, and fresh ground from new wheat is freely offered at $7 25 per barrel, nnd sound old stock at 36 50, without finding buyers, except in small lota to the retailors and bakers, and extra nnd Inncy brauds from $7 75 up to $9, as in quality. 250 barrel...

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

Lebanon Valley R. R.—Change in the Time Table.—Two passenger trains now leave and return to Lebanon daily. The morning train- leaves this place at 7 o'clock, A. M., and arrives at Reading at 8.40, in time to conneet [with the morning train to Philadelp hia The afternoon train leaves Lebanon at 12.15, and arrives at Reading at 5 P.M. |The morning train from _Reading leaves [that city at 10.20, and arrives at Lebanon at 1.18, P. M. The afternoon train leaves Reading at 6.30, and arrives at Lebanon at 8 o'clock. It is evident that the disposition of kite company is to extend every convenience possible io the people of this [valley, for traveling purposes. The arrangement as now constituted suits the people of this borough excellently well, still it is imperfect for the people along [the line who wish io visit Lebanon and .return home the same day. The intervening lime between the _arrival and departure of the cars at LebaTianrMs too short to permit the transaction of business. The ...

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