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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 16, 1857, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaLebanon advertiser. The advertiser. K Lebanon september 16, 1857 Quot a a. Home affairs pc a. A a to democratic county ticket. A Assembly John Light s. S., n. L. Borough. Treasurer Adam Rise Lebanon commissioner John Tice Jac Cawi. A Register a Henry Siegrist Lebanon. Recorder Jos a h. Rank Swatara. Clerk of orphans court Charles ii. Meily n. L. Borough v director Henry Fisher South Annville a auditor a Joseph a Heilman Cornwall. Sketches of local history. By Johs wmdha5t.key. John be Bosoi Lochman D. In addition to the congregations men. Honed in the former part of this sketch or. Lochman was the pastor of the congregations at Kimmerling a and bind a a gels churches. The congregation at Myerstown was not among his regular congregations. He Only preached there occasionally. From 1794. To 1815, a period of Twenty one years this faithful servant of Christ Laboured zealously in these numerous congregations. The duties of a pastor in that Day were far More arduous than now. The increase of wealth and population has reduced the number of congregations to which a Clergyman was required to minister. Few clergymen in Eastern Pennsylvania have now More than two or three charges. Or. Lochman had six and to the eternal welfare of these he devoted himself with such affectionate Zeal that he came to he looked upon by All the members with a love and reverence of which there Are few like examples. The father of the lutheran Church the immortal Luther Laid great stress on the due religious education of children and thought it one of his Best labors that he had prepared a catechism admirably Quot suited to their tender minds. Following in the foot Steps of his great exemplar or. Lochman not Only impressed upon the parents the necessity of religious in a fraction but and eave red and succeeded in making himself so beloved by the children of his congregations that they eagerly sought to he instructed by him. In those Days the lutheran Church bred up its members from childhood and considered it amongst its most important duties to instil its doctrines into their infant minds and also to encourage them to indulge in innocent amusements calculated to refine and elevate their Intel Leils. Then almost every Church had its parochial school and no one was considered fitted for the posts in All respects unless he added to his lore so much knowledge of instrumental and vocal music As to play on the Organ and to instruct the choir. Whether our Church or the Community has gained by the neglect of these things is. No doubtful question to those who Are old enough to compare Lebanon As it was during Lochs Nariz a time and As it is now. To the encouragement of these things and of at a incr matters connected with the temporal and celestial happiness of his congregations or. Lochman applied himself with an ardor rarely excelled. His common appellation was a papa Lochman.1 and truly did he deserve it. No Kinder or warmer heart Ever heat in human bosom. For Many years lie refused the Liberal Calls which his widely extended reputation induced. He did Nat separate the ties which hound him to this Community until he Felt that his duty called him elsewhere. He had established the Church in this Region upon a Rock and the fruits of his labor yet exist and will exist through countless generations. Many congregations who offered him handsome salaries desired to secure his services but in vain. He continued to labor Here on a moderate income until he was called to Harrisburg in 1815. There Ivere three lutheran congregations in that charge limited in the number of their members and Notas now Rich. They were struggling with Many difficulties. The people were mostly scotch Irish presbyterians who looked at that time on a lutheran in much the same Light As they did on a Catholic. Their Creed was a reproach to them then and not As now an Honor. Or Lochman Felt that he could do much Good and that it was his duty to he accordingly accepted tha Call and amidst sorrowing hearts removed to Harrisburg in 1815. The congregations were the one at Harrisburg at Schuppt a an Middletown. Besides hese he occasionally preached at what is now Dauphin and at Haldeman a town. It was his custom occasionally to Send his students to conduct these irregular services and thus prepare them for their future career. Under his career these congregations flourished greatly. The annual additions to the charge at Harrisburg in the eleven years averaged Twenty eight. The increase is to be attributed to his faithful perform dance of this duties As a pastor. He was not con tent merely to preach the word of god but sought to make it a household matter with every member of his congregation whom he. Constantly and sedulously died on the 10th of july 1836.�? a during the last year of Bis life although comparatively a Young Man the severity of his labors began to affect him. He was seized with liver complaint and suffered much nevertheless the pains of his body could not induce him to refrain from the duties of his station. Even when a palsy of the Eye disabled him from Reading print he made the members of tvs itt Nily write out his text the Heads of his discourse and other necessary matters in a Large round hand which be could still see distinctly and so continued to labor with failing bodily Powers Blit unabated mental Zeal in the cause of his maker. At length he was prostrated but even then he did not cease. Constantly to the last hour was he occupied with things pertaining id the cause of his Ipa ter. Not a Murgiua or complaint escaped his lips. The Calm soul sure of its Reward looked on at the agonies of disease with a Himie. To the Rev. Or. Dewilt he said whilst lying in pain an suffering on the bed of death a what so Fuld \ now do if 1 had not an almighty Saviour to depend on the Day following his death his mortal remains were deposited in the Earth amidst an. Immense assemblage of mourners and real mourners for every one Felt that in i m he had lost a Friend. In person or. was of about the raid a to height. He was a very handsome Man. His hair and eyes were Black his nose somewhat aquiline and his Chih and Mouth Well shaped and denoting a firm and Resolute mind. Although not corpulent he was Stout nil Fleshy. His manners were remarkably Fine. He always raised his hat r a any one in the Street. Indeed some of his Brethren objected that he was too formal but he always contended that nothing was lost by observing the forms of politeness the love which attended his path through life proved that in him at least an Observance of those rules was not incompatible with the most entire and unreserved Confidence and affection. He was a kind and indulgent father,.nu affectionate husband and Ause Ful citizen and a most untiring and devoted servant of god a in his general conduct he was a Model. In Tho language of another biographer a the was careful in his expressions discreet in his actions charitable in judgment and slow to ascribe an improper motive to an individual s conduct without sufficient reason or when a Good one could be Many ministers of the gospel of the present Day to took no part whatever in polities. It is doubtful whether lip Ever voted. He used to say that to found to much to do in the service of his god that he never had time to make up his mind on political questions. A As before stated there were in that Day no theological seminaries in this country. The lutheran clergy were therefore educated for the ministry by private tuition. Learned clergymen were rare in its ministry. Amongst those resorted to for instruction or. Lochman stood amongst the Foremost nud some Twenty clergymen Many of whom arc yet living studied under his superintendence. Ainu get them were the Rev. Or. B. Kurtz and the Llev. Messes. Riemensnyder Shin Del Schnee Stocker f. Ruthrauff j. Ruth Rauff e. Keller Eyster and Bis son the Rev. Or. Augustos ii. Lochman of York in this state. Or. Lochman was of an exceedingly social turn and so hospitable that there was almost always some one staying at his House. His family became thoroughly imbued with the same feeling and in one occasion no less than sixteen ministers started from Mother Loehmann a door for the meeting of the Synod he believed in the special interposition of Providence and often related the following amongst other instances of his own experience in connection with that doctrine. Shortly alter his father had consented to his preparing for the ministry and whilst he was at College which was then Little More than an Academy his father had bought him a Book necessary for his studies and when giving it to him charged him to be particularly careful of it As he would not soon be Able to get him another. The first time to took it with him to school he left it in his desk supposing it would be Sale there. When he next returned it was gone his grief May be in gained. Whilst hesitating whether to inform Bis father of his loss,.fearful of adding too much to his expenses and praying to god mentally to make the path of duty Plain to him he picked up a Feather and As he walked along the Street held it to Bis Mouth and blew on it idly his mind occupied with thought. At length he blew it from his fingers and it fell upon a Dollar which had evidently lung lain where he found it and which was the exact Price of the lost Book. A by the Church at Large or. Lochman was held in High estimation. He was interested in its gen eral welfare and Laboured diligently for its Eleva Tion. He was disposed to identify he itself with every it fort intended to Advance its Best interests. The records of the Synod with which he stood connected show How much he was valued by his Brethren in the ministry and the influence he exercised Oyer them. He was the Early zealous and devoted Friend of Tho general Synod which has been such a Blessing to the Church. He presided Over its first convention assembled in Frederick in 1s2i. His ministerial labors so absorbed All his time that he found Little Leisure for authorship. He wrote a work on the history doctrine and discipline of the lutheran Church. Also since by death a volume of sermons of a devotional Char Acter for circulation among the people has been sketch in the evangelical review for july 1854. The congregation at Harrisburg erected a handsome Monument Over his grave and his memory is cherished in the lutheran Church As one of her brightest ornaments. The Rev. Or endress of Lancaster pa., Bis Friend from youth up preached the funeral discourse upon the text a a lord now Lef test thou thy peace according to thy word for mine eyes have seen thy democratic senatorial conferee meeting. Tho senatorial conferees from Lebanon county or. C. D. Gloninger Joseph Gleim and Joseph Longenecker and those from Dauphin county Frederick Trace James h. Morgan and. Geo. W. Knox met at Palmyra on the 10th of september 1857, Beu on motion or. Gloninger was elected chairman and Geo. W. Knox Secretary of the conference. On motion of Joseph Gleim the conference proceeded to nominate candidates for senator. Or. Gleim nominated Jacob Widle. Or. Trace Richard j. Haldeman. The conference proceeded to ballot when r. J. Haldeman received three votes and a Jacob Weislo a a a a a _ no person having been nominated the Confor end proceeded to a second ballot when. R. J. Haldeman received three votes and Jacob Weidle. A a a a a a there still being no nomination the conference proceeded top third ballot when r. J. Haldeman Recei Ved three votes and Jacob Widle a a a a or. Gleim when the third ballot being announced withdrew the name of Jacob Weidle As a candidate from the meeting whereupon on motion of James Richard j. Haldeman was unanimously nominated As the Choice of the democracy for senator from the District composed of the counties of Dauphin and Lebanon. The conference then unanimously adopted the following Resolution. Resolved that this conference has unlimited Confidence in its nominee r. J. Haldeman and earnestly recommend him to the democracy of Dauphin and Lebanon counties As worthy of their support. A c. D. Gloninger Geo. W. Knox sect y. Chairman. Democratic senatorial Delegate conferee meeting. The democratic conference of Dauphin and Lebanon counties appointed to select a Delegato to represent this senatorial District in the nest democratic state convention met on the 10th Day of september 1857, at the Public House of Christian Hoffer at Palmyra Lebanon county. Messes. John Knepley Stewart Wilson and p. Hummel appeared As the conferees from Dauphin county and messes. C. D. Gloninger Jos. Long Necker and Joseph Gleim As the conferees of Lebanon county. _ or. P. Hummel was selected As chairman and Joseph Gleim As Secretary of the conference. The following resolutions were passed unanimously Viza a. Resolved that Ephraim Hertzler of Lebanon county be the Delegate to represent this set material District in the next democratic state con voile soiled that in the opinion of this conference the next senatorial this District in state convention should be taken from Dauphin county so As to alternate hereafter from Dauphin court it it mex la chairman. Joseph Alkim Secretary. The Genessen Mills of this place Are at present standing Idle. The enterprising proprietors messes Myers amp Shour recently added four Jarge boilers to their already extensive machinery to the purpose of increasing the Power of the Mills. Since the completion of their improvements we presume the recent a a panic in Mone Ary fairs the rapid decline in flour and Gram an e insecurity of business men and matters in Gener have this far prevented them from starting is hoped that As soon As the Clouds Are swept away sufficiently so that they can see the Way Clear we engine will be again started. It would be a. Public 1<� if their Mill stood Adle for any length of Tom Quot Quot a _ 05&Quot our Friend and fellow Democrat James Lascomb of x. Of Hill in ibis Borough last week placed three Beautiful tomatoes on our table the United weight of which was three pounds and a half. Who can raise heavier ones 1 the Call learn that the Rev. G. , of Lancaster has declined the Call to the pastor ship of Trinity lutheran Church in Reading which was tendered him by the unanimous vote of the congregation a few weeks ago. 05&Quot the Black Republican senatorial conferees of Lebanon and Dauphin counties met at a a harpers in East Hanover township on tuesday last for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the Senate from this District. The Lebanon conferees voted 26 times for a. R. Boughter esq., of this Borough. On the 27th ballot John b. Rutherford of Harrisburg was nominated. 65 an a name Ricail county meeting is to be held in Myerstown at Alexander Helms on Friday the 18th iqsl., for the purpose of taking into consideration the proper course for them to pursue this fall. 100 names Are printed to the Call indicative that the a a american so Are a Power in this county not to be despised and snubbed by the republicans As they have been doing for several years past. We done to believe however that the a a american tub in this county has enough Back Bone to stand on its own Bottoms their province being Only to As a a a tender to the Black republicans and help them to defeat the democracy for county officers. Out of the county they Are powerless either for or against the democracy. Ass amp answer to last we oks a . Leg ii it. Baugher principal of the Lebanon female ,. Along Cumberland Street Many of tic property holders have been and others Are still busily engaged in lowering or raising As the ease May be their pavements to correspond with the Street and the Grade adopted by the town Council. Fall Ivor Alsdorf is now in the City purchasing her first Stock of fall bonnets and trimmings. The ladies of Lebanon and Vicinity Are invited to Call and Siake their selections. Tho goods will be open for inspection in a few Days. The common schools of n. Lebanon Borough opened on the 1st inst. The following Are the teachers Viz a male . 1, Henry Houck no. 2, j. H. Rodarmel j no 3, Samuel Reisner. Extale . 1, miss r. Kreamer no. 2 miss c. Horst no. 3, miss shirk. Jfe a Quot the brigade Parade under command of gen. Weidman in this Borough on thursday last was a Ime affair. The following companies participated Viz a Stouchsburg troop capt. J Gish Lebanon Washington artillery capt. Pm a bib Myerstown Continental cadets capt. Reinhold Jonestown National Rifle capt. Faber Myerstown rifles Lieut. Spangler Jonestown rifles capt. Lantz Stouchsburg Jackson artillery capt. Schooner in All 23men. The Cadet company from Myerstown took the Palm in the eyes of the lookers on. It was composed of 35 Active. Boys ranging from 12 to is years dressed in the style of the revolutionary heroes who fought for and secured the liberties we now enjoy. They Are Well drilled and passed with precision through Many intricate manoeuvres credible alike to their commanding officers As to themselves. The noblest ambition. It has been Well remarked by an american poet that no gift however Beautiful no Success however Brilliant should be placed above the skill and talents which can relieve a single Pang and the self Devotion which jays them at the feet of the humblest fellow judged by this Rule professor Holloway of whom the world has heard so much during the last Twenty years occupies a High position. His life seems to have been devoted to the alleviation of suffering and his desire to Benefit his fellow creatures appears to have been seconded by an amount of natural Talent and acquired skill Seldom combined in one individual. The practical result of this combination has been the production of two remedies known throughout the world As Holloway s pills amp Holloway s ointment which if Ady value can be attached to human testimony have of science far behind in the great work of relieving pain strengthening the Constitution and prolonging life. In bilious disorders especially the pills have been wonderfully efficacious and for that reason they Are a most important Medicine in the country where bilious fever and All the varieties of liver complaint Are unfortunately so we learn from persons subject to billions attacks in the Spring and fell who have resorted to these pills As a preventive that they have never failed to save them from such periodical affections while we have also the strongest possible testimony in their favor from individuals who have taken them in the worst stages of liver disease. Long before to had had an Opportunity to judge of their value from Home testimony the medical journals and the daily press of Europe had referred to them in terms of Praise. It gives As pleasure to say that our own experience confirms and verifies the statements derived from foreign sources. Not being conversant with the philosophy of medical science we cannot enter into a Learned exposition of the modes Operand of Holloway s pills in bilious cases but shall rest Content with saying that under the influence of the remedy the skin and the White of the eyes soon lost their yellow tinge the pain in the right Side disappears the appetite returns the digestion improves and the physical strength of the invalid is restore. Professor Holloway who has made physiology and pathology his study for a Quarter of a Century has Given scientific whys and wherefores for their curative effects we simply state that they fulfil Tho promises of the inventor a fact that bus never be ii questioned we believe by those who have Given them a fair trial.�?a�?�. Y. Nat. Quot pol Gazette. The Lebanon Barkei. Carefully corrected weekly. Wednesday sept. 16, 1857. $8 50 a 7 50 7 00 6 00 5 25. 1 30 1 20 65 65. 37$. 50 14 12 11 12 16 16 Philadelphia Market. A 1 monday. Sept 14.�?1�. 51, the bread staffs Trade continues depressed and Tho Market to flour is heavy and Dull at $5,75a 86 per bbl. To shipping brands made from new wheat but buyers Are shy and. Not disposed to operate at these rates in the present state of the Money Market the local Trade is moderate within the Range of $5,75a7,25 per bbl. For common retailing to extra and fancy family flour As to Brand. Corn meal is inactive at $1,14 for Ponny a meal. Ryo flour nothing doing and holders ask $4,50 per bbl. Cheats Are not plenty but Millers buy sparingly and Only some 4,00 0a5,000 bushels have been taken at $1,200,1.25 for Good and prime red and $l,30al,35 for White the latter handsome Western. Corn is steady in Price and about 5,000 Basho is yellow found buyers at 75c. Afloat and 74o. In store. Oats Are lower 4,500 bushels Southern having been sold at 33o. Rye no change an d Selea were making at 75c. Sex. Family flour per . Extra flour per barrel extra superfine flour per bbl. Superfine b. Flour superfine flour prime White wheat per red wheat per bus. Prime Rye per Bushel a Corn per Bushel Oats per Bushel a. Potatoes a a Ham. Shoulder sides lard dozen new advertisements. I afay Eite Brower Gas fitter adjoining a. Ely a office wat nut Street Lebanon a. A Large and Beautiful assortment of fixtures from the Well know establishment of Cornelius amp Baker always on hand at Philadelphia prices. Al 1 work warranted to give satisfaction. All orders will to faithfully executed on the most reasonable terms. In the Best of referent 6 Given. Lebanon sept. 16, �?T��>7. We a new is wifi iraqi new fall goods now unpacking for the first time this fall at Swartz Bros Hall building Market Street fancy furs for ladies. Join Freira amp co., new no s18 Market Street above eighth Philadelphia importers and dealers in ladies gentlemen and children a fancy frs. Wholesale and retail. J. F. Amp co., would Call the attention of dealers and Tho Public generally to their immense Stock of fancy furs fort Adies gentlemen and children their assortment embraces every article and kind of fancy furs that will be the season Suchias full capes half capes Quarter capes Talmas Victorino Bous. Muffs and muffin eos a from the finest russian Sable to the lowest Price Domestic furs. For gentlemen the largest assortment of fur collars gloves Gavm tits amp. Being the direct importers of All our furs and manufacturers of them under our own supervision to feel satisfied we can offer bettor inducements to dealers and the Public Geo Ernly thana a other House having an immense assortment to select from and at the manufacturers prices. Ts3lwe Only ask a cull. John Fareira amp Coj sept. 1g,�?T57-401. Novi Market st., above 8th, Phi a. Hovers liquid hair Dve. It Jilb following from that eminent physician of Phil fug Adelphin or. Brinckle added to the testimony of professor Booth Only confirms what is evidenced by thousands who have used hovers Dye Girard Row Chestnut Street it Philadelphia. December�?~22d, 1s53. F of in regard to hovers Bair Dye i can state unhesitatingly that it contains no deleterious Ingrelli efts and maybe used with entire safety and with the utmost Confidence and w. D. Brinckle D. Hover s writing and indelible inks Are so Well and widely known As to require no Eulogy of their merits it is Only necessary to say that the steady and increasing demand gives the Best evidence that they maintain their character for superiority which when first introduced genre ago. Orders addressed to the manufactory. No. 416 race Street above fourth old no. 144. Philadelphia will receive prompt attention by Joseph e. Boyer sept. 16, �?T57-t. April 16, �?T58. Manufacturer. New fall goods now unpacking. For the first time this fall at Swartz amp , Hall building Market Street. A Jtb such word As a Resistless remedy Holloway a ointment. I circular to to the first Hospital sur a Gens and medicinal publicists of Europe admit the unparalleled anti inflammatory and Healing properties of this ointment governments Sanction its use in their naval and military services and the masses in this country and throughout the world repose the utmost Confidence in its curative properties. It penetrates the sources of corruption which underlie Tho external m disease and neutralize the fiery elements which feed and exasperate the malady rheumatism scr Fula. Erysipelas. These Are among the most terrible and agonizing Dos eases of the Muscles the Fleshy Fibre Hud the skin yet in their worst forms and when seemingly incurable they invariably disappear under a persevering application of this soothing Healing antidote to pain and inflammation. Salt Rheum fever sores stiff joints. In All cases of Salt Rhea pm where medical Waters lotions and every recipe of the pharm Copcea have proved useless the ointment will accomplish a thorough cure. Fever sores heal quickly under its influence and its relaxing effect upon contracted sinews is truly wonderful. Discharging ulcers. A a most remarkable and Happy change is produced in the appearance of malignant ulcers after a few applications of tills ointment. The surrounding redness vanishes and granules of healthy flesh begin to take the place of the discharged matter. This process goes on More or less rapidly until the orifice is filled up with sound material and the ulcer radically cured. A word to mothers. The Young Are the most frequent sufferers from external therefore every Mother should have this Healing preparation constantly at hand. It is an absolute specific for sore breasts and quickly removes the encrusted sores which sometimes disfigure the Heads and faces of children. Significant facts. This ointment is universally used on Board the Atlantic and Pacific whaling Fleet As a cure Abr scor Butic affections one As the Best possible remedy for wounds and bruises. Large supplies of it Piave Reee utly been ordered by the Sultan of Turkey for Hospital purposes. 63. Both the ointment and pills should be used in the following cases bunions mercurial eruptions swelled glands sore legs sore breasts sore beads sore throats sores of All kinds. Venereal sores rums files chapped hands rheumatism chilblains ringworm fistula Salt Rheum gout scalds Lumbago Ivonn Cosof All kinds stiff joints sprains tetter ulcers skin diseases. Sold at the manufactory of professor Iloilo Way 80 Maiden Lane new York and by All respectable druggists and dealers in Medicine throughout the United states and the civilized world in pots at 25 cunts 62 4 cents and $1 each. Caution a none Are genuine unless the words a Holloway new York and London a Are discernible As a Watermark in every Leaf of the Book of dlr Etious around each pot or Box the same May be plainly seen by holding the Leaf to the Light. A handsome Reward will be Given to any one rendering such information As May Lead to the detection of Anjer party or parties counterfeiting the medicines or vending the same knowing them to be spurious.? there is considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N. By directions for the guidance of patients in every disorder arc affixed to each Box. Sept. 16, �?T57. Fall goods now unpacking for the first time this fall at Swartz amp , Hall building Market Scot. Or. Wesley Arm Dler a celeb Ray t A logic compound. A positive cube Fob pulmonary consumption 11 also an effectual cure for scr Fula dyspepsia Obsta Nate cutaneous eruptions a chronic rheumatism bilious disorder. General debility and All diseases depending upon an impure state of the blood. To Fri Cipul depot no. 54 White Street new Yore where All letters must be addressed i have closed our Branch office in Philadelphia Wop and the Public Are cautioned against the impositions of any persons in Philadelphia assuming our name k sending out spurious articles for our magic compound. This wonderful remedy Hus done More to alleviate human suffering than All Otner Enns put together. It has the greatest Sale of any Medicine in the world for in onary complaints from Maine to the most Tetrud dwellings of Oregon or wherever consumption is known it finds its Way carrying health and Joy into thousands of families. Patients the gorgeous Sunshine of Hope May now be realized Lor this remedy not Only relieves but Mes actually horrible disease. A Luton trial will surely prove the fact. Do not fall into an Early grave when a sure remedy is at cod oils Cherry syrups Cherry pectorals inhalation of Vapours and All other puffed nostrums for this disease Combine All their Virtues into one and we should not have a remedy which would at All compare with this. Put All those men together who have become notorious by advertising that they can cure consumption and they cannot produce so Many real cures during their whole lifetime As to can furnish in one month a this May look like boasting but it is the Solem n truth the Medicine is in a powdered state but readily prepared for using in a liquid form according to the directions which accompany it. Dispatches Are promptly made by mall and less than halt dozen boxes Are usually sent by half dozen boxes or Moro Are usually sent by express if there be a direct express line if not they Are Cut by mail in a number of packages. Box $3 00 three boxes ordered at one time $8 us half dozen $14 00 one dozen or any number greater $2 00 a Box. The postage in the United states not Over 3uog Miles is fifteen cents a Box in All cases the amount should be enclosed in Money or Stamps. We Are responsible for All moneys sent us by mail. Josiah 8. Grindle. Late partner of or. Wesley Grindle Solo proprietor to whom All letters must be addressed. Also proprietor of Grin die s ancient and celebrated japanese life pills. A it 16, �?T57-Eow. Swartz amp Bro., Market Street Hall boil Dino. Swartz amp Bro. Have just returned from Philadelphia with a splendid assortment of fall. Amp Winter goods new styles of ladies dress goods. Please cull and examine. Lebanon sept. 9, 57. _ notice Otice is hereby Given to All persons i Doht de to the undersigned formerly engaged in the shoe making business in Swatara tp., about 3 Miles from Jonestown if payment is not made before the ensuing 13th Day of october that he will sell said accounts �c., at Public Sale on said Day at the Public House of Christian Zeh ring in Jonestown it 1 o clock p. Said accounts in the opinion of the undersigned have now been running Long enough and he is determined to see what they Are Worth. David darkes is authorized to make settlement and give receipts for the undersigned previous to said Day of Sale. Samuel k. Darkes. Swatara tp., la Bunyou co., sept., 9, 57. Reig Art s wine amp. A ski of store i Corner of Market amp water sts., Lebanon pa., in the room formerly occupied by Jacob Weidle esq., where he still continues to cop an assortment of the very Best brands of wines and liquors tha t can be got. To those who Are acquainted with his liquors it is not necessary for him to speak As the liquors will speak for themselves. To hotel keepers and nil others to would state that it is merely be Essary for them to Call and examine his Stock to satisfy themselves As he warrants to Render full satisfaction pm l. Reigart n at Weidle s Corner. Lebanon sept. 9, 1857� we. A Faux eur. Benjamin Young. Nth we Joachim a i n g est a i ish me n t ssh Lyle Ustler Sigifedo having taken the �8 coach making establishment of or Levi Light on the Turnpike at the East end of Lebanon wish to invite the Public attention to their business. Each of us having served regular apprenticeships to the business and having had much experience therein we fool confident of our ability to give satisfaction. Every article manufactured it our establishment will be under our personal supervision. We shall keep on hand. Ready made a a a a All kinds of vehicles which will be warranted of the most Superior Quality. We will also attend to repairing at Short notice.1 Nom bub the bc3t workmen will be employed in any Branch of the business. We cordially invite the Public to give us a Call and we will guarantee satisfaction. Sept. 2, �?T57-6 Fax Ober amp important to Farmers a. R. H ursits Patent i Lanner excavator and Hay elevator. Iran fact tired amp sold by Elias Kreider Ivl proprietor of the right for Lebanon county except log the two Annville amp Londonderry. This machine is Superior to any now in use for strength durability and simplicity of construction. The machine when set in the form of a manure excavator will do its work admirably. When the Load is drawn out of far As. Necessary by giving a Little Jerk or tap at the curve of the Long lever it will uns Hift and the Stop lever will fit Forward and the Fork will unload itself. The same machine with a very slight alteration will answer to elevating May in barns better than any Kook or Fork now in use. The Fork is a shifted when swinging in the mow by giving a very Little Jerk at the rope which is extended Down through the band Bult of the Stop persons Are hereby forbid buying or Selling the above machine in Tho subscribers District unless the same is stamped a a. R. Hurshy a Patent manufactured and sold by e. i no now prepared to furnish Farmers with this valuable machine. For further particulars address Elias Kreider p. 0., Lebanon co., a. Sept. 9, 37-2m. _ Lebanon Valley Laii Roatti change of passenger trains each Way daily on and after monday septem Disis. 7th, 1857, regular passenger trains will be Lebanon at 7 a. To and 3.30 p. In., daily except sundays arriving at Reading tit 8.40 a. M., and 5,10 p. M., and connecting with the Upan Down trains for Potts Vilic and Philadelphia on the Reading Railroad. Returning will leave Reading at 10.20 a. And 6.20 p. M., arriving at Lebanon at 12, noon and 8.00 p. Fares a to Reading 85and70 cents sinking Spring 70 and 55 Wernersville 60 and 50 Roh Sonia 50 and 40 Womelsdorf 45 and 35 Millbach 40 and30meyerstown, 25 and 20 conts. All passengers will procure their tickets before the trains Start. A freight train will leave Reading at 6.30 a. M., and Lebanon at 4 p. M., daily except sundays. G. A Nicolls superintendent. Reading sept. 9, 57-tf. Fine properly at Public Sale. Will be sold at Public Sale on saturday september 19, 1857, in conformity to the last will and testament of Tobias Krider sr., dec d., on the premises the following real estate Viz 6 acres Limestone land of the first Quality situate in Cornwall township formerly s. Lebanon tp., 4 Miles from the Borough on the Road lending from Here to Colebrook Furnace adjoining land of Jacob Smith Christian Dobner and others. The improvements Are one Good one Story weather boarded log dwelling House stable and outbuildings bearing Orchard about 3 acres is a Fine i Meados with running water. The land is under Good cultivation and divided into convenient Fields. Good title and Possession will to Given on the 1st of april 1858. The terms Aro $100 Cash and to balance next first of april. Also at the same time and place will to sold 2 acres Seco amp drop grass Silver English watch and 24 hour clock Beds bedsteads and bedding tables chairs cupboard was stamp Chest and Wood Chest Copper and Iron kettles churn. Stillyards and a variety of other House and Kitchen furniture. A Sale to commence at of clock p. In., when terms will to made known by Tobias Kreider surviving executor of the last will and testament of Tobias Kreider sr., dec Aug. 26,1857 in Dobner and amp a valuable town property for Sale at up Ilie Vendue 0 n saturday the 19th Day of september 1357, will Hoof a a Fer cd for Sale by the undersigned at Public Vendue the following properties Vul no. 1�?a desirable store stand and lot situate in the business part of the Borough of Lebanon fronting Cumberland Street Between or. Brua s and mrs. Shindel s hotels front 22 facets inches depth 192 feet. No. 2�?a two Story House and lot 26 feet front convenient for Public business situate in the Borough of North Lebanon Corner of Walnut and Oak Street one Square from the Lebanon Val. Railroad depot and two from Union canal. No. 3�?a one and a half Story House and lot adjoining no. 2. No. 4�?a lot of ground with a Large Snow a or dwelling and a shed adjoining nos. 23. No. 5�?a one Story House and lot in the Eastern part of said Borough Corner of it a a streets and. Adjoining lot of David Boyer near the Union canal. 1 the Sale will commence at 2 o clock,p.m., at the Public House of Brun when the conditions will be made know by. I a it f. Embich aug r. J. C. Reisner. Lebanon sept. 2, 57. Woodland for Sale. U time undersigned of fers at private Sale 63 Agres More or less of expel Lent Woodland the half of which is Good Tiki her situate in Union township Lebanon county near the big Dafu adjoining land of Jacob hun sicker Emunuel Fey and others. Erected on Tho premises is a Good two Story log dwelling Houseas Good As new Good stabling and a Well of never failing water. It will be sold cheap. Good title and Possession Given on the a 1st of april 1l-5�?T8. For further information afi ply to i n. L. Born of may27, 57. David Boyer 9 lev bum 9 teachers wanted. A gun it school directors of South Leba or non township will moot in no.2 school House snack s on saturday Sei Deheer 26, 1857, at 12 us Clook m., to Tho purpose of appointing 0 male teachers for the schools of said District for Tho ensuing term. The county superintendent will by in attendance to examine applicants. John Rome Ger press to. Ezra pc Pikr so ctr a. Sept. 2, �?T57. Estate of George Hempen Ziy dec a. Notice is hereby Given that letters testamentary on the estate of George Hemperly do. Ceased late of Londonderry township Lebanon county have Boon granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted to said estate Wili Nicase make psych of and those having claims will present them with on a delay. John , Londonderry to. John Early North Anvil la in. August 19, �?T57-6t. State Agio icis Itne a exhibition the Pennsylvania Stuto agricultural society will hold its seventh annual exhibition at Philadelphia Powelton grounds on the 29th and 30th of september and the 1st and 2d Days of october a exec. The usual reduction on passenger fare and free passage for Stock will be furnished by the Linin roil companies. The books of entry will be open at Philadelphia on and after the 1st of september. Robert c. Walker. Pilad a sept. 2, 57-5t.___ new i i very stable. The undersigned has established a new livery stable in the Engle hotel stables Lebanon. He has Good and Safe i Orues carriages As May be desired and Caro Ful Drivers which he will hire on fair terms he Kopes. By being attentive to business to receive a Liberal share of Public patronage. Apply at the Eagle hotel or at the stables. Josi Aii Dehuff. Lebanon nug. 19, ,57.otjen from Fredericksburg a it Jonestown to Lebanon. Leaving Fredericksburg every morning sundays excepted .ot.64 of clock acid will Levo Lebanon on its return on the arrival of tie Philadelphia and Reading Lino. Through tickets at a reduced Price can to secured at Philadelphia or Reading for j ones town or Fredericksburg. Jesa a this is a four horse Claeb and Tho line will be kept in the Best condition. Nono but Good horses will be used. The Public patronage is respectfully solicited. The stage office in Lebanon will be at Leinbard s hotel and at Fredericksburg at Batz s the coach will boat the Railroad depot to meet the train. Tobias Barto. July 1,1857.-3 in valuable Iso Roug a property for Sale is offered at i Sivate Sale that Vali Zahie half motor piece of ground situate at the North cast Corner of Walnut and water streets Lebanon fronting 33 feet on Walnut Street and so feet on water Street at present occupied by John Farrell a Marble Yard on which Are a Frame House a. It is leased within a Square of the Lebanon Valley Railroad depot Between the depot and the Centre of town. Fur further particulars apply to John Farrel on the premises. June 24,1857. Private Sale of desirable Borough properly. Ipher subscriber offers at private Sale his new a Wal two am a half st of Brick dwelling of Oise situate in Market Street West Side near Strickler a Mill in the Borough of Lebanon the lot fronts 33 feet and is 398 feet in depth. It is bounded on the North by property of Abraham Strickler and on tic South by property of Jacob the House is a Large one containing 32 rooms Well i arranged for a boarding House. The other improvements Are a stable pig pen both As Good As new a variety of bearing fruit Trees a. A for terms ac., apply on the premises to Lebanon sept. 2, 57-tf. Jesse Ochs rein hard s Buck hot Mil. Property in offered at i vitiate Sale. This has been a hotel for Tho last 40 years and is Well known Over the Lilii Jhu state us Reinhard s hotel and is the most Central Aud Best located in Borough. It is located on the Corner of Cumberland Aud 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 of Walnut streets 39 feet on Walnut being 60 deep. The building is a three Story Stone hotels a a 45�by 38 feet. The third Story was on not Long since and the whole House remodeler with a Frame Kitchen. Also belonging to the properly a newly built Stone stable on Corner of smoke and jail alleys on lot 66 by 64 feet with a Good Cistern ac., thereon and closely situated to . Also an eating Saloon in the basement of , which brings a Good rent. Jug up this is a Choice hotel property has an excellent county and travelling custom and has been the stingo office for some time. It will he sold reasonably and terms of payment made easy by Simon j. Stine. Lebanon july 22, 1s57. Splendid estate at pr1yj&te . The under signed offers at private Sale his mag if Iceni estate situate in East Hanover township Lebanon county about 2 Miles from harpers inn 4 Miles from Tho cold Springs and the Dauphin and Susquehanna Railroad As follows no. 1�?contains 180 acres More or less of the Best land in the neighbourhood adjoining prop erty of Michael Deininger John Dotter and others. The greater portion is cleared and under Good cultivation. The buildings erected on this tract Are the under a Al Al 5� signed a Well known cloth manufactory which has a Large Patron-ws2ss532�j3 age capable of indefinite in crease u Large two Story double Stone dwelling House with Kitchen annexed Good two-3tory farm House tenant Fonse Large Stone barn with threshing floor and stabling and other outbuildings in Good repair. Also All necessary buildings for the manufactory Viz a Fulling Mill curd and spinning machine building dyeing and finishing House &e., .1 c. The works arc All Well supplied with Good machinery and plenty of water Power. A Stream of Good water is led to the dwelling House in pipes also Springs and Wolls Uear. Also a a a i i m a a la Beautiful Young Orchard on the premises. No. 2�?contains 160 acres More a or less adjoining no. 1, Mien my Deininger John Dotter and others nearly the whole of this tract is under Good cultivation and expel Lent fences. Erected thereon is a dwelling House stable and a Large shed. Also near by a Well Spring a splendid site for the erection of dwelling House. There is flowing water in nearly every Field. A school House is located on this tract. To. 3�?contains 180 acres Woodland More or less adjoining no. 1, land of John Dotter and others. It has a Rich growth of Chestnut sprouts from 8 to 10 years growth. As the undersigned is sincerely disposed to sell the above May to purchased either in parts As above or in the whole As May be desired. Good title and Possession Wilt be Givon on the 1st of april 1858. For further information apply to lion i 1 Mutl gelt aug. 5, 57-tf. Esst Hanover Lebanon co., a. Ror Vrh property at Public Sale will be sold at Public Sale at the Public Bouse of David Hoffman in tic Borough of Lebanon on Friday series blur 25, 18o7, the following Borough property Arar up a a w no 1-�?a. Certain new first class Brick dwelling House sit unto in Man 1 fray Market Street West. Side. 4 Square of the Lebanon Valley flail Road m Tho Borough of Leb amp Rod. Bounded on Tho South by property of Catharine Feeman and on Tho North by no. 2. The lot is 211 ret front and extends Back 198 feet to Partridge Alley no. 2�?another now first class Brick dwelling House adjoin in no. 1 and no. 3. Lot and House same size As no. 1. No. 3�?a vacant 4 lot of ground containing 23 feet front on Market Street running Back to the Alley adjoining no. 2 and Lotof Daniel Miller. Tho above property will be sold separate or no. 2 and the vacant lot together if pcs ipod. Sale to comme Noo at 1 of Cleek p. A. When terms will to made known by we. E. Arnold Leah Arnold f. Pm Boob a Petlo a i half can aug. 39, orphans court Sale a pursuant to an order of the orphans court of Lebanon county will be sold by Puutio Safe or out cry the following. Real estate late of Jacob b. Wei Stan esq., dec a to Wita Oti wednesday the 23d Day of september next at i o clock p. Upja the premises a Eert Aiu Plantation and Fine Trad of land with Tho appurtenances Ait hate id Dio township of Union in the county of Lebanon adjoin no lands of Jacob Ger Hart Henry Hess Martin in ass Daniel Fatme fume others Eon Tain Iri g about two Hundred and seventy acres of land is the same More or loss it Byingt sesame farm or Plantation commonly called a runner s place a and known by that name. A Feggan the improvement the my Bunny Aleclia two store double log and weath Juli 11br of by a tie d Largo Stone pro Mai Switzer Burn together with other out buildings. About 20 acres of the above Plantation is covered with Chestnu and other Timber. There is who a Fine Stream of running water on the premises As Well As several Fine Springs of water. The above Plantation is situated on the put inroad leading from pin Grove to Harrisburg about 2 Miles from Union forge and about 3j mile from the Union Cau amp a and big dam. The farm is in a Good state of cultivation and the Fouces Are in Good repair amp a. Tho above Plantation will to sold either in the w Hole or in such parts As will Best suit purchasers. At Tho Samo time and place will to sold two certain messages ands Mali houses with the appurtenances situate near and a a i a Freyl joining the above Plantation together with separated is Hill tracts of a land or lots of ground surf eyed and attached to each House. The one thereof being Motuhi july called a Frau Ford a place and known by that a Iii. Al flu fhe terms for the Sale of thu foregoing property will be made known by thu Gunlov signed Yutuc Duyos Sun a on thursday the 21th Day of september 1s57, will to sold at the Public House of Saair a at , at 1 a a Cluck p. 111. A that certain Messuage tenement and Small tract of land with the appurtenances situate in the township of Union in the county of Lebanon about 1 mile from Union forge and. About smiles from Jonestown and adjoining lauds of Sam l e. Bickel widow to Shure Henry Smith Aud we. Coppei Ibaner containing about 18 acres be the same More or less. ,>, to reon n two fill iffy st8%loe weather boarded ii us a off Iulg Yiend log stable Aud other out building Louie is a convey riot Supply of running a amp to Rou the above premises the fences Are in Good repair at the same time and place will also be sold a certain other Messuage ten mint fed Small tract of taxi it with the appurtenances situate in Jonestown and fronting on Tho Rorth Ori the Public Road leading from Jonestown to Harrisburg adjoining lot of Daniel Brown on the cast lot of Henry Seltzer on the West containing about 1 acre and 95 perches be the same Moru or less. ?3.tko terms for Thesa Leof the foregoing Pri Miles. Will to made known on the Day of Sale by the . On tuesday the 6th Day of october a. D. 1857, will be sold at the Public House of Adam Haak in the Borough of Lebanon five inn lots and pieces of ground situate m the eddies did Borough of Lebanon a no. 1�?a certain Messuage and lot or Reece of ground adjoining and fronting of the South a Public read commonly culled the old forge Road and on the West lauds of Samuel har Besun and of the North the Lebanon Valley Railroad Aud on the East an Alliv Sonja inns two acres amp one Hundred amp forty three perches neat measure. No. 2�?a certain Messuage lot or piece of ground situate in the Borough of Lebanon aforesaid adjoining and fronting on the Lebanon Valley Railroad on the South lands of Samuel Harbeson on the West the Borough line tin the North and an Alley on the East containing one acre and to dirty Oxe Perciles neat measure. No. 3�?a certain Messuage Lotus place of ground situate in the 33orough of Lebanon aforesaid adjoining the Lebanon Valley Railroad on the South lands of Theo. P. Frantz on the West the Lebanon Borough line on the North Aud land of Samuel Harbeson on the East containing two acres Ault i six perches neat measure. No. 4�?a certain Messuage lot or i ecu of ground situate in the Borough of Lebanon aforesaid adjoining Apu Blie Road sometimes called the old forge Road of the South land of Tikoo. Pm Frantz on the West the Lebanon Valley Ruil Road on the North and lands of Samuel hashes i on the East containing four acres amp ninety eight perches neat measure. No. 5�?a certain Messuage lot or pm eco of ground situate in the Borough of Lebanon aforesaid fronting 60 feet on Mulberry struck or Manheim and Lebanon Plank Road on the East and adjoining the Lebanon Valley Railroad of the South aft Alley on Tho West and Lotof George of Tiline eq., on the North containing forty eight p1�11c�1�3, neat measure. The foregoing messages and tracts of land will be divided into and Laid out in and Kohv Eniet building lots and will by sold either in the whole or lots As will Best suit purchasers and demand the highest and Best prices. Of. The terms for the Sale of the foregoing lots will be made and non the it Lay of Sale by the undersigned. Of Wede Day the 1th Day of october a. To. Í357f will be sold at the Public House of a it Mhaak in tic Borough of Lebanon the following property situate in the said Borough of Lebanon Vir to. He a certain mess 17age, teen ement and lot of ground with fronting 48 feet on Market Street adjoining lot of Gurgo Derr of the South an Alley on the West lot of James Lascomb on the North. The improvements thereon being a one Story log and Whatu or boarded House and other out buildings. No. 7�?a certain Messuage and if Alp lot of go ion cd fronting 83 feet on Market Street adjoining lot of mrs. Maria Mish on the North to Alley on the East lot of Dant Good on the Smth. No. 8�?a certain two Story Brick dwelling House and half Lotof ground with the appurtenances fronting on markets. Adjoining lot of John g. Snavely in the North and Alley on the East lot of the evangelical Luis. Congregation on the South. It being the same House in which the Post office is kept by mrs. Ruthrauff. At tic same time and place will be soul a All that certain Messuage Aud tii Aero Las situate in the township of Swatara in the county aforesaid adjoining lauds now or late of Georgo Steckbeck lauds now or formerly of John Tice lauds now or formerly of Micati Sally. Aud land Nowin the Possession of George Feim. Esq., containing nine acres and 144 perches a the same More or less. Tt3u Tho Turma fur the Sale of the afar paid will both Muku Rig null Ellza Lihtsu 0. Kiliman Kob but w. Collman John w. Ulrich. Adm is of Tho estate of Jacob Al. We Duax clock. Lebanon. Sept. 2. Is57. Dwelling House and store stand for Bent. A he subscriber offers tor rent for on or More a Ruutti. Jofe t to a tort \. Yaft the building for a longtime occupied by him As a Fesi Usuke and shoe store on the Corner of Tho Alley Between Brunt a hotel and bin Grovy Street Cumberland Street Lebanon the building is Large Well provided with cellar stabling amp a. The Erncr room is Well Meafeu Lutill for a store stand and if rented for any such purpose will be Well furnished with shelling amp a. For further information apply to Solomon my Caullet. Of cry the property is also offered tor Salea private Sale. April 22, 1$57� Public sa1j&7 will be sold at Public Sale on saturday the 26th of september 1857, in South Auu Ville township in Miller town a certain lot of ground on which the improvements Aro a first rate two Story Frame Wollin House also a Butcher shop with Kitchen and cellar attached formerly occupied by John Imboden. Also a Carriage House Farrao stable bake House and All Tho necessary out buildings. Also Tutei n0ht near by at to Pudup this property adjoins Henry Imboden s and others. Titto will to Given the 1st Day of april is53. Sale to commence at 12 of clock on said Day a a conditions made known by Daniel Heilman. F. Embich aug r. Aug. 32, Ger Public i office a he undersigned commissioners,.n�poa of Assembly passed a a to to incorporate she Xie Sua a bask Quot hereby Gire Nobel emf. And the authority Vamstad in ebb Day the a jul Sig b6 weeite4 books to And 2 p. M., Stock o. Sald,ba.?# All be received to that Day and Jug certain that week there 1 until suffice in to Law. A. P. Ulos Lmax Gokce thimian John Light s. S., i Clial Les Nad August 2f

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