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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

_Ifltfefc THE INFANT'S DftEABL [The following poem, _fullpf tfeauty and tenderness, appeared many yearsJig!> in an Irish newspaper. We never learned who wrote it, but should like to know.]—Ed. Oh! cradle me on thy knee, in: mma, And-sing mo the holy strain That sooth'd me last, as you _fo ndly prost My glowing check to _youtsoft white breast, For I saw a scene when I slum )crd last That I fain would see again And smile as you then did smile, mamma, And weep as you then did-Tvfeep j Then fix on me thy glist_'nfig_^g_^1 '% And gaze, and gaze, till tins-tear be dry ; Then rock me geintty, and sigh and sigh Till you lull me fast asleep. For I dream'd a heavenly dream, raamfna, While slumbering on thy knee, And I liv'd in a land where . form's divine In kingdo&s of glory eternally shine, And the world I'd give, if the world were mine, Again that land to see. . I fancied we roam'd in a wood, mamma, And we rested, as under a bough; [Then near me a butterfly _flanii't...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

A Ulaitufestattmiof _Stnhhoi ness. •. _, On the Reading Turnpike just this side of the St. George's Brewery withiji the corporate limits, there is a very bad spot in the road. For sonie,.di3tahcp there is just room enough for a wagon to _pasrover. Go to ' either side of that you " plunge intd.holes. About six o'clock, evening before last, a stone Wagon and a buggy going in opposite directions, met in this part 6fr "tlje road. .- • "Turn off," said the owr_.er of the buggy. " I won't do it," replied the stone-hauler;—"My wagon ia very heavily loaded, and if I was once tpget the vehicle into those holes, I could never get it out." . _" _Youc Wagon is stout an<J;_,c 'an' stand the rubs," said the man;in the buggy. "Drive out of the way and let me pa33.'' "I won't do it," responded the teani3-ter. "I shall wait until you go by." "So shall %" said the man in the buggy.t s... _ ... _, The dispute by this lime attracted quite a crowd, who were much amused at th _^ _stubbornn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

SANDS, NATHANS & CO.'S •njmERicdLw cincirs _ElephantA EXHpiSt6_^i BTOHB leading feature of this _GTfand ExliiB' ition is the i!b varied performance of the wonderfully Educated Ele|aiant». VIC'_^_OIUA and ALBERT! whose unequalled " feais have been the wonder nnd delight of thousands upon 'thousands in the Paris, London, New York and 1'hiladelphia Theatres. They oxhibit t_%e fl®* Most astonishing Displays of Animal Training &ti& Instiiictever Beheld.*^j, 1'hey .Bave been taugbfc to ascend an Inclined Plankoitly kine inches in width, a distance of 30 yards, wher_^i one of them will BALANCE HIMSELF ON HIS HEAD! upon a pedestal not over a foot in diameter. They will also perform a great variety of FKATS OF POSTURING, GYMNASTICS, DANCING, WALTZING, MARCfiI_$i&, &c, such as have never been attempted in Americaand have been the wonder and amazement of the werld for the last two years. These _perfectly and surprisingly trained Elephant?, _IjoUi o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

LOVE IE " A PRINTING OFFICE I once heard an old Jour remark that a printing oflice was no place for Tove making, and I have since experienced the ffu'th of lhe observation, being now perfectly convinced 4hat the ftower of lovo can never bfoom in the midst of types, cases and printing ink. It was my fortune once to sojourn for a few days in the village of ¦—— . Directly opposite the office was a pretty white collage with a rose bush clambering around the casement, and I was not long in _niaking the discoyery that the aforesaid cottage with the rose-shaded window contained a fair inmate, a flower whose beauty outshone the roses that clustered around the window. She was the belle of the village. Her name was Mary—sweet poetic Mary, I have a passion for the name of Mary, It was a beautiful summer morning, and I had raised the windWw to admit the fresh breeze from the flower-decked fields-, and it was not long ere I perceived '_tHe cottage window was also hoisted, ind that sweet ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Shocking Murder.—About 4 o clock Monday afternoon,_^ shocking" mufd'er was committed in Cherry stre'et_^ below Fourth, Philadelphia, of which the following are the particulars: The murder'ed man was named William Lee Smith; that of the murderer George Freethj the latter being the uncle of the former.— There have-been 'family difficulties of a _tft_'_os't singular character: Some two years- ago, Freeth _^ who-is an'Englishman, went to England and brought Smith on to Philadelphia, On the passage Freeth seduced a young Irish emigrant, and on his arrival here lived with her. He finally married her, and Smith informing Vhe wife of Freeth of the fact,-he was arrested on the charge of bigamy, and committed to prison. While he was confined Smith and the aunt married. Freeth was finally released under the two term rule, about one year ago. fiitfee then a bitter animosiVy existed.-— Yesterday afternoon,.a few minute' s to four o'clock, as Smith and a man named Henry Harrison were coming a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

jLEITM _MMfiLY_, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, W ILL attend to all his official business;» also, all other legal and professional business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. Ofkob—In Cumberland street, second door _jaaatfctfta Market st. I Lebanon, July 22, '57. ,. _«. " 15 EINLOXrAT>. DR. WM. M. OUILFORD has _removed his.Office to his new _residence on Market Street," 'a few doors North.of Rabei" & _Ovea'. Stbro_, and botwDonit and the Now intthorah chiirchi Lebanori_^_CeoV_^Oi _^_jSM_^f.i / ; ;; • A Second-hfliicii'Stoain ENGINE, 10 hofsepoW-_/ '.a. er. It Is to bb sotd to make room fur tfne of a lafijor _slasb. * A_^ply to ' ' -k ' • / A ' .,MAJOR & BROTHER. Itobanqn_^_t_^y 1 _^ ISof. ' . ' BlA.p_^? 8HW1;WSBHS5 SIDES * _5VMteftsh, Mackerel, _Herring, Cheese, Vinogarj-_^obaeco, Sdjjar! » , Flour, Feeding, &e. Ac., for sate,byrw . J. C. BJ3ISNER. Lebanon, July 30, 185fi. _liealhei*, l_^eailici', _leather! f|?V"ENBY W. OVERMAN, Importer of Frenc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Cloth _Jffdntifactory ! 'yilAXKITUL for past _farors, the undersigned J- respectfully informsf lhe public, that ho con* tinuos his manufadibfy in;East Hanover, Lebanon county, ou as extensive a scale as ever. Itis unnecessary for him. to say more than that the work will be done in the same excellent style which has made his work and name, so well known to the surrounding eonntry. He promises to do the work ,in the shortest possible time. The Manufactory is in complete.order, and he flatters himself to be able to render the same satisfaction as heretofore. He manufactures Broad, and Narrow Cloths, Cassinets, Blanket*, White and other Flannels, All finished in the best niiuTTter, and at reasonable prices. Ho also cards Wool and m akes Rolls. For the convenience of his customers , wool and cloth will be taken in at the following places : At the stores of George & Shellenberger , Louser & Brothers, Shirk & Tiee, and _G«o_'_rgb Iteincehl, and at Guilford *...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

t JAMES V. MAXWELL, MANUFACTURER OF ¦, Improved Fire- and Water Proof COMfPOSITICJBi _. _ROOFIKC_} _, IlAHRisiraRG, Pa.,; "DESPECTFULLY inform the citizens"cf Hitr-XV risburg, Heading, Lancaster, Lebanon, and their vicinities, that we are. prepared to put on roofs on most liberal terms, and at the shortest notice. . 'We respeeti'uily cull (he nttcn ' ti.oh t _of pbrsons about to build, to our iuvaluable meth_^i_] of rooiing, now much used throughout .the prindipal cities of the United States and their vicinities! This mode of roofing having all the eouibincd_^_retjuisites of _choupness, Durability, and Security jigainst Fire and Water, and diaDensitag with higlugable wallsj the t_*_6ofs require an inclination of not more* than three-quarters (|) of an inch to the foot, and in many cases saving the entire cost offrafters—the coiling joist being _usM. ! The gutters are made of "the _sAMe material, without any extra charges ; consequently, our roofs are put up at almost half th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

DAGIIBRREOTYPES, WHO takes the bestLIKEN,ESSES in Lebanon? Why J. H. _KllM_, in the EAGLE BUILDINGS. He has tho best room, best light, best fixtures, and has made it his entire business for the last five years. He always gets the latest improvements j he has always tho latest style of cases on hand.; he takes pictures in every style of the art; his STEREOSCOPE PICTURES aro wonderful 'to behold. All his pictures aro sharp, correct, and of the highest finish. Give him a call and you will not regret it. His terms are very moderate. : s5_gg_~ His rooms aro open ¦every day (except Sunday,) from 8 o'clock, A. M., till 6 P. M. Lebanon, Jnne 3, 1857. FARMERS, LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS A NEW FIRM! In _NorthXeKraiichn .Borough. NEW PRICES! 1 AA AAA BUSHBLSJUTHEAT, IUUjUUu i00,000 ; Bushel ' s RYE, 100,000 Bushels COBN, 100,000 Bushels OATS, Clover Seed, Flax Seed, Timothy Seed, for all ¦which tho highest market prices in cash will be paid by , HOFFMAN, IMMEL & Co. North _iajbanon, Ju...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Lebanon valley _JSank. 'Located in Market street, nearly opposite the United Hall, one Door North of'the Post Offi.ce. W " ILL pay the following RATES of INTEREST on DEPOSITS_^ *_£b, and after, the 1st day.of March, 1857, viE: :_~ For! year, and longer, 6 per cent, per annum. ]?or 6 months, and longer, 5 per cent, per annum. For 3 months, and longer, 4 per cent, per annum. Requiring a short notice of withdrawal, and affords a liberal line of accommodations to those who may favor it with deposits,payable on demand* Will pay a premium on Spanish and Ksxicak Dollars, and also on Old American Dollaks and half Dor.tAiis. Will make collections on and remit to all parts of the United States, the Canadas and Europe ; Negotiate Loans, &c, <fcc., and do a general EXCHANGE and BANKING BUSINESS. G. DAWSON COLEMAN, President, Geo. Qleim, " Cashier. 'gwjIIE, undersigned, Manages;, are individually _^ jjffi] liable to the extent of their Estates for all deposits and other obliga...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

_Retzenstetn Jp Bro. -rW.T' /.V.TVRTT'n_? Jk BROTHEE is where? Xv Where is _jlEizEifSTEis & BnoTHEK? Reizenstein & Bro.iain_.Cumberland street,nearly opposite the Court House, in Lebanon. Reizenstein * Bro. do what? What do Reizenstciu & Bro.? Reizenstein & Bro. sell READY-MADE CLOTHING -very cheap! Reizenstein * Bro. sell summer Coats for to cts., and upwards! Gentlemen! go to Reizenstein & Bro. and buy your Summer Clothing. They k_#ep ft great variety and sell at astonishing 1'6 ' w prices. John, where are you going 1st such a hurry ?, lam going to Reizenstein * Brother, to buy myself a suit of their Clothing. How much are they ? Why they sell whole suits for three dollars and upwards. Reizonstein and Brother sell also fine white and fancy Shirts, Collars,.Neckties, PockctbandkerebiefsSocks,, Gloves, &6., &c. . Whn.t filsc do Reizonstein & Bro. sell? Reizenstein & Bro. sell also WATCHES, JEWELRY, _Aeeo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

ISello! O I what Fun. W E will have something new for Lebanon.— A _grcnt Fox-uhase will come off this ¦wee 'k", and every person in the county is.invited to attend it, tall men and stnail, tall women and small, big boys and little ones, big girls and little ones, young men and old, young ladies and old ones, turn about and wheel about and run after this fox and try to catch him, won't that be fun. Btrt do not forget to call at JAM-3S 31. PFLEGER $ BROS Hew CbcapBi'y Croods ¦ AND '¦'¦ ¦• i; G E, OG E-ET 8T OR IS in the borough of Lebandn. (You willhaveplenty of time, as the Fox ehase eomes off in the afternoon at 2 o'clock,) therefore yon will have a <*ood chance of visiting arid seeing their stocks of ° SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, which theyhave reeehr ed from New York and Philadelphia, and " ; _' ,Wfti sell tremendously cheap. There is _rfo 't the slightest doubt in my mind,, btfri,nat their goods will eause as much real excitement, (as well as profit,) in the borough...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

SAVING FUND _National ._Sal\-tV It vast Co., _finrffipALNUr _Mreet. Soutli-West corner of THIBD .s SfNff Street, Philadelphia. INCOUPOltAT'P _BVTUKSTATE OF PfiKNSYLYANIA MONEY is received in uny sum, lnrge or small, and Interest paid from tha _Uay of deposit to tho day of withdrawal. Tho office is open every day from 0 o'clock In the morning till 7 o'clock In t*K> _oveuing. and on Monday and _Thursday _evenlnfs till 0 o'clock. INTEREST FIVE PER CENf .- _< All gumslarge or small, are paid tack In goia on demand without notice, to any amount. Hon. IH3NKY L. _JBBNNEB, _ProsiUont_, ROBERT _SELUtlDaE, Vice Treaideatj Wm. J. _Bikd, Secretary, _DIIW3CT0RS.: . Henry L. Benner, C. _Landrotn Munng, Eawant h. Carter, B_"_. Carroll _Bwwster_, Kobert _Selfrldge Joseph B. Barry, Samuel K. Ash ton, Ilenry 1. Churehmftn, James B. Smith, Frauds Leo. Tola Company confines its business entirely to theretolving of money on interest. Tho investments amount* MngtooTer One Million an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

Cosgipm&y. _IXCOWPOiUTKI_) i}Y , "T&M LKOISr.ATtTBE OP Pi.. CHAFER PSRf*ETUAL. Ojfi'_de at _Jonestown Lebanon Couftiy. _GUARANTEE _^CAPITAL $55,000. r _PlttS Company is now fully organized arid JL ready to tnake _Insurafitf«on aJi _^ kiuds of property in town or country and on aaJfaVorable tor tail as _nny well-go vornod and safe company, _Ssithur on tho"Mutual or jpintstook principle. Prils!d0Ht-r-J0H _X'.'ilttL'XXKH, E.H11. .'Viqe-Prosidout—D. M. _Kaumasv. (Treasurer—G bo. Jb1 . _Meilv. S«5crti_(ary—Wif. A. _BAitr.r. Directors. , John _Brunner, Esq., Dniiiel Brown, *!>. M. Knrmany, ,. _Nnpuleon Do_;-h, Ueu. i\ Melly. , John Arudt, W. A. Barry, John _iioily, B. U. Shirk, L. R. Walker, Daniel,H. Biuver, D. M. Bunk. _jZiSf* A. 8. ' Er.r _Ss the Agent lor _Lebanon. Ho _may at all times be fouud at his office in Walnut Street. Jonestown, July 15, lSa?.-~lv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

It _is _^p 'f great importance that thd _young should be encouraged in the pursui't ' of objects, whether of instruction or amusement, which aYe tn accordance with good taste. If this feeling Ira encouraged, the best results may be expecte'd; it will deter them from following any coarse or ill-regulated inclinations, and will give an elegant and enlightened bia8 . toVheir mind. The itn> provement of taste seems to be more or less connected with every good aiid vii> tuous disposition. By giving frequent exercise to all the tender and humane passions, a cultivated taste increases sensibility, yet, at the same time, it tends to soften the more violent and angry pmntions.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

_eocond _Walchcs, _Jjei_^_elry_^^c_^ _^^^^sL-that the Jewelry Store at 332 _^P_^k_^^^_P NorUi sty Philadelphia, sells goods 20 p4f _cSBl; less " thim _tUaf pther place in the United States. Look at tlie prices. . Gold Lever Watches 13c, full jeweled $22.00 Silver Levers, full jeweled, 10-00 rt Hunters, . 12t °l_*i_% Gold Hunters, ff- _™ Sight-day Watches, (_Huptors,) ... W-«° Also, all other kinds of Watchesj Gold Chains, Jewelry, &e., sold less than anywhere else. Call in and examine. ; . ¦ _&5_S_» Country merchants supplied wholesale or _retaU. N. D. GODFREY, So. 332 _Horth 2d _st., betweenCallowhill and _Woodl st*,, Philadelpbin. June 17, _lSSf._rSmSi :.f ~ ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

$1,827,185 80 PERPETUAL OR f_/rMItED INSUfiA2CC.ES lnaiiu ou '_orory description of'prbjieirtyj'fh TOWN AND COUNTRY. llnte* na_.LOW us nro _consistent with security. Sineo _tlitiir incorporntion, a _purfoil of twenty-elRlit year*, they have paid ov«r TIIIIKK M1_JLMON _DOhliAKS •_l_.OSSKS MV F1KK. thereby _affmrUiHg _ovitlonco oJ*the advantages of 1 usuvnticB, us w_»H in _tlio _nbllity and di_^poeitiou to muot, with prnin)_itness. all _IlitbiHtiea. _LOSSKS BY _IttUK Lowes paid auring the year 1850, . $301,638 84 DIRECTORS. , * _' Cn&a. N. Bancser, _Morkkcai D. Lewis. • _Tonus _Waoneb, J>_avid S. _Bbowx, Samuel Ouakt, Isaac Lka, •Jacob It. Smith, _Kdwakb O. Daib, * Oiio. W. Richards, _Okohok _Falks, Chaw._153 N. _Haxckkr, PresMent, . Cuaulks 0. _Dasckkb, Siwretary, _Fob.3S,-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

indemnity Against Loss by Fire "Franklin Fire Insurance Co. PHILADELPHIA. r OrwcK 163_£ Ohbs'I'jjut Sweet, IS sa:r 5tm Street. Statement of Assets, $ 15 837}186. JANUARY 1st, 1S57. Puhtiihed Agreeably to an Act of Assembly, BEING * _*w»t Mortgage*, amply _seenml, ., $ 1,510,002 "3 Heal KdUtt- (present vul uo$100,000) cost, _82,784 06 Temporary Loans, on nmwlv _Colitsttim) secur _ities ... , ' 89,IU 18 " Stock*_, (_preient Talub, $_&,SS1 J 2, cost, 71.232 97 _OmU_._Ac_* tt+,121 66

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

The 'Duke's Latin.—the Duke of Wellington said in the course of the evening ; "When I went to Oxford as Chancellor, I was very much puzzled when they told me f was to make a Latin speech at the inauguration. Now any speech is difficulty b,ut a Latin efi ' _a was impossible ; so in this dilemma I applied to my physician, as most likely from hi3 prescriptions to know Latin, and he made me a speech, which . answered very well. I believe it waa a very good speech, but I did not know much of the matter.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 26 August 1857

The Shoe Trade.—Two extensive trade sales of boots and shoes have been held in this city during the last two days, at which some 80U0 cases of ,yarious styles of boots, shoes and brogana have been disposed of. The magnitude of these sales—exceeding auything heretofore attempted in this country -_^ and the inforriiatioo in . regard Vp them which had been _disused throughout the country, drew very large assemblages of purchasers. Prices ruled somewhat in advance of previous quotations. — Phila. News.

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