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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

Jfliiutj;/ SOMEBODY. Somebody's courting sumeoody,, Somewhere or other, tcijngb.t. Somebody's whisp'ring to somebody, Somebody's list'ning to somebody, Under this clear moonlight. * Near the bright river's flow, : Running so still and slow, Talking so soft and low, She sits with somebody. Pacing the ocean's shore, Edged by the foaming roar, Words never breathed before, Sound sweet to somebody. Under the maple-tree, Deep though the shadow be, Plain enough they can see—Bright eyes has somebody. No one site up to wait, Though she is out so late—All know she's at the gate Talking with somebody. Tip-toe to parlor door—> Two shadows on the floor-Moonlight reveals no more—Susy and somebody. Two, sitting side by side, . Moat with the ebbing tide. "Thus, dearest, may we glide Through life," says soanobody. Somewhere, somebody Makes love to somebody, To-night. .

Publication Title: Lebanon Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

( SAVING FUND \ OF THF. I National _Snfcty Trust Co. I ¦ J \^_GPAL _"NLT _""'' ¦ ¦ **«'th-We.n corner ot TIII11D i \ p-gf .Street. lh )ii!:i._)..l|ihia i i IM'OHPnK.vri' ):y tii k.-tatr OF PENNSYLVANIA ! MO_.NJil is _rewm.l • „_, ]utv _wllni | Iarge or _Fm,,j| _mi< i«tero.«t paid from tli« ,_iny of deposit to the day of with- I drnwal. The office is open _prcrv .lay from 9 o'clock in the morning till 7 o clock in Oip _evenlug, and on Monday and Thursday evenings till ii o'clock INTEREST FIVE PER CENT. AH sumslarge or small, are paid W-k in gold on demand without notice, to any amount. Hon. HENRY h, JMBNNKR President ROBERT SKLRRID8E, Vice _I'_tesldent, Wh. J. Rzkb, Secretary, DIRECTORS. Henry L. Banner, C. tandreth _Munns, Kdward h. Carter, S. Carroll _Brwwster, Robert Selfrldge Joseph B. Barry Samuel K. Ashton, I Henry L. Churchman, James B. Smith, j Francis Lee.-This Company confines its _buslntsss entirely to theree-eivinj? of money on interest. Tbe investments amount;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

The latest sell of the day originated in the fertile brain of a Baltimore clothes-dealer. He placed in the pocket of a ready-made coat an old portmonnaie, and quietly awaits the advent of a fitting customer. Presently enters an individual desiring to be summercoated. After essaying several coats, the dealer says: " Here is a coat made for a gentleman ; he wore it one day and sent it back ; it was too small for him ; try it on. Ayl it fits first-rate, like as if it was made for you. It is well made; buttons sewed on strong; with strong pockets." , The customer puts his hand into the pockets to try them, when his fingers come in contact with the pocket-book. His imagination is kindled with the idea of approprating the supposed treasure. " How much did you say the coat was?" he eagerly asks. The dealer *named _^ a good round sum. " It suits me—I'll take it,*' is the quick reply. The money is paid, and the self-duped _customed walks off hurriedly with his supposed prize—not stopping...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

In the Leipsic Journal of Science, Literature and Art, is an account of tha wonderful discoveries of Dr. Gbjbff in diseases of the eye, and the consequent_, ly wonderful cures he performs. He has found the ball of the eye to be transparent, and by a curious instrument, examines minutely the interior, takes it out and performs any necessary surgical operation, and replaces it without inju« ry to its appearance or vision. A young girl had long b_»cn afflicted with the most excruciating pain in the left eye, the case of which the most learned could not understand. Dr. Grmfv found in the centre of the ball a little ¦worm , which he removed, and restored the poor girl immediately to health and perfect sight. His office is thronged all day by the poor, praying for relief.— One is almost reminded of the miraclesof the Son of Man, in reading the cures he makes. We are happy, also, to add that be is rich, arid devotes half bis income to the relief of the afflicted . asking nothing of tho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

THE CENTRAL BOOT & 811 OK STORE. Daniel Graeif_, HfTITH many thanks to my patrons for their »V liberal patronage thus far bestowed, and he determination to merit a continuation of the ame, I am now readyLadies and Gentlemen, having disposed of my winter stock,) to offer you . well selected Spring and summer stock. Come jad see and judge for yourselves. I will tell you the place, and yon n«_s' er will forgot, When you once behold _GraefTs beautiful fit Of Gaiters, Bootes or Buskins which greet *_Witli a graceful appearance on the Ladies' feet. My place may be found _QdjSanj_*berland street, Where each of my frie_^asigpfelcoinely greet "l'ia here may be found_'OTpatterhs well made Got up in tall style for the opening Spring trade. Come gentlemen, you that _wTrota good;boct> 1 havu got a Spring fashion that surely will suit, If a Calf or a Kip of good mechanical skill, Just give me a call I'll fit you at will. Ladies and -fiieiitleiiieii, I also would call your attenti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

!| Eit'banon Valley Bank. Located in Market street, nearly opposite the United Hall, one Door North of the Post Office. WILL pay tbe following RATES of INTEREST on DEPOSITS, on, and after, the 1st day of March, 1857, viz :— For 1 yearand longer, 6 per centper annum. For 0 months, and longer, S 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 Mrxicax Doi> laus. and also on Old Americas Dollars asd half Dollars. Will make eolleetious on and remit to all parts of the United States, the Canadas and Europe ; Negotiate Loans, &c, <te., and do a general EXCHANGE and BANKING BUSINESS. G. DAWSON COLEMAN, President. Oko. GirKiir, Cashier. ¦_fjpjpiE, undersigned, Managers, are individually fail liable to the extent of their Estates for all deposits and other obligations of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

Breweries in Philadelphia. — There are in Philadelphia, nine breweries . devoted exclusively to the making of ale and porter, and the amount brewed each week is about 4,600 casks or 138,000 gallons. The barley used in making of malt is grown principally in New York and Canada, aud costs about $1.60 per bushel.-when delivered in Philadelphia, and after being made into mall is .worth $2 per bushel. The annual consumption of _barley in the city is estimated at 600,000 bushels, besides 350,000 pounds of hops, which are worth 15 cents per pound. The number of casks of a]3 and porter made annually is some 250,000, which sell at an average of about $7 each. The cost of the barley and hops alone consumed will amount to over one million dollars. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

A Many-Horned Dilemma.—We couldnot but be amused at the centralizing _; efforts of a man on Main street, the other night. He had been to some grocery, and was walking along the pavement with a cabbage Under each arm, some potatoes in the bosom of his shirt, a beefsteak in one hand and two pullets in the other, besides a brick" or two in his hat. Here , his troubles .commenced. He dropped one cabbage ; stooped to pick it up ; spilled his pota toes ; laid down the _eteak and chickens ; put the potatoes in his pockets j the cabbage in his bosom ; meanwhile one chicken traveled off; laid the cabbages down, and started in hot pursuit of the truant chicken ; caught it; foundchidken No. 2 had taken leg bail; wedged chicken No. 1 between the . two cabbages and a stone, and made after No. ,2; captured it, and when we left was trying to arrange matters for convenience of carriage, to the infinite-amusement of quite a crowd of lookers-on.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

A _Vouching Incident of* Fraternal l_«ove. We have never read a more touchingly beautiful incident than the following, which occurred a short time since in one of the French courts. The natural nobility of the brother, and the affectionate faith of the sister, are examples worthy to be followed by the unfortunate youth of our own, or any other country, as an evidence thai, however dark the day, an honest heart and a firm resolve will overcome the greatest obstacles. A French paper says that Lucille Rome, a pretty girl, with blue eyes and fair hair, poorly but neatly clad, was brought before the Sixth Court of Correction, under the charge of vagrancy. "Does any one claim you V asked the magistrate. •'Ah 1 my good sir," said she, " I have

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

sigh of relief as the boat reached him, and it was announced that it was still alive They were brought on board—the dog and the child. Giving a single glance to satisfy herself that the child was really living, the young mother rushed forward, and sinking beside the dog, threw her arms around -his neck, and burst into tears—Not many could view the sight unmoved, arid, as she caressed and kissed his shaggy head, she looked up to his. own* er and said-—¦ " Oh sir, I must have this dog I I am rich, take all I have-—everything—but give me my child's preserver," The gentleman smiled, and patting his dog's head, said, "I am very glad, mad-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

Singular, Very.—The Syracuse Journal having published a paragraph to the effect that "A human leg and foot were washed ashore at the foot of Poplar Bt'feet, Boston, on Wednesday," the Boston Post says,*"We don't doubt the truth of the statement in the least. Probably more people wash their legs and feet on shore than elsewhere every day in the year." The only remarkable case of this kind on record is thatof & yankee soap man. who in a violent: storm at sea, saved: himself fro in death by taking a cake of his. own soap and washing himself '_asfeorei • :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

Venetian Blinds and Shades, A. Britton «fc Co., Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers, No. 32 North Second street, above Market, Philadelphia. The largest, cheapest and best assortment of VENETIAN BLINDS aiid WINDOW SHADES of any establishment in tho United States. _^31, First premium awardedby the "Franklin ( Institute, ;n>,l&L2 and ' 1855, .aver all' competition. ms-y 13, _IBhf.-Bai. _^ " . ¦ '• _>: • ¦ ' ' ' ¦ " ¦ _s

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

Cristadoro-s Hair Dye! Within a _nutshell all the merits lie, Of Cristadoro'_s never-equalled Dye ; Red it makes blackto brown transforms a grey, And keeps the fibres always from decay. Q1TIJH1S matchlessro-vitaliziug Hair Dye, still holds its _^M_) position as tho most harmless and efficacious Hair Dye in TI1E WORLD. _Trepared and sold, wholesale and retail, and applied In"ten private roems, at Ceista-DOBo_'_sf NO. 8 _Astdr House , Broadway, New York, and by all Druggists and Perfumers in tbrlMted States." j*a. 14/ llit-Jy.—liq. - •-¦•-¦¦;¦ :• . ::<•¦'':¦'. ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦Agent-GM _Sre6!?. Keyger, 140, _Woodati,Pitt8burg, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

nothing in the world, could induce me to part with him." The dog looked a? though he perfectly understood what they were talking about, and giving his sides a shake, (aid himself down at his master's feet with an expression in his large eyes that said plainer than words, "No, nothing shall part us!"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

The man who wrestled with adversity wore 6ut his silk _sioekings, and ggt worsted _.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

Men, Measures and Principles. It is the glory of the Democratic party, that none of its leaders is essential to its triumphant progress. All of them, from the President to the verriest gutter-politician, might disappear from its ranks to-morrow, and its measures and itsprineiple3 would soon secure as proud a phalanx of defenders as it possesses at present. However brilliant the intellect, or powerful the influence, of the man who proves untrue to its cardinal doctrines, the moment he does so, he falls **like Lucifer, never to rise again." Nat all the astuteness of Aaron Burr, or the genius of Henry Clay, could prevent this result of their defection. Not even the late repentance of the latter, made grander by the most glorious eloquenee of his time, could save him from the remorseless verdict of the masses. The 17th of June last witnessed the close of the eighth year of the existence of the Advertiser. We can, with truth, say, that during the whole time, nothing has appealed in its...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

is win _, _, "Tebanon valley rai&roa1* excursion. ; , : . AS the time arawmg near wnen me inp take place, on the Railroad, to that Wonder of Wonders, THE NIAGARA FALLS, we would remind the citizens of Lebanon county, before this trip takes place, that it will be necessary to supply themselves with all kinds of fashionable Dry Goods, so as to appoar in suit desirable for the occasion, and therefore would advise ill such as wish to rig themselves off and appear is Young America, to call at the wonderful BEE-1IIVEI ¦ Now is the time for every person to call and eximine that wonderful Bee hive, under the Mammoth Portico. The peculuir construction and the enormous stock of Honey will be to every person's interest to observe. HONEY is universally admitted to be agreeable to the taste of every person, and the proper >laee to get it is known to be the bee hive ; consequently every person desiring their taste suited, iced but remember that tho Bee Hive is the place :o ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

MARYLAND STATE LOTTERIES ! S CORBIN & CO., LICENSED AGENTS, A RE _anthorized_^by the Managers to fill all orders for Packages, Tickets or Shares, in tho i Maryland Lotteries. _. -. -¦-- ¦ - " ¦ .•;¦ ¦ These Lotteries are "drawn in'publie in tho city of Baltimore under tho superintendence of the State v Lottery Commissioner, Who guarantees _tte fairness of the Drawings, and j the official drawn numbers are published in the ; Journals of the city of Baltimore, with Ms certificate bearing his signature. ALL PRICES AnB ' GUARANTEED BY THE STATE. One Trialmaymake you Rich for Lfe! j Splendid. Schemes Drawing Daily. _$gr- Send your orders to C ORB IN & CO., the Old Established Authorized Agents who have sold more prizes, than any other office in the Stato of Maryland. PATAPSCO INSTITUTE .LOTTERY. This favorite Lottery is drawn daily. The Cap-5*n1 Pn7»c urn SS _flftf) _£_*7.finfl Sfi _flftrt <Si; SIM L.n Single Tickets, One Dollar. CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES. 26 Wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

' ' _¦¦ .: WoofHand fcir Sale. 0&&A. THE undersi gned of- _MxA _^W§_& fers at -P"_*81 _-10 Sal <"> jggljrf'ftu dggSs^; (more or less) of excel- J^^^ _j ^^a lent WOO ' D ' LAND, the half of which isgoodtimbcr, situate in Union township. Lebanon county, near the Big Bam, adjoining land of Jacob IIuusieker, Emanucl Fey and others. Erected on tho _premises is a good two-story log dwelling hotse, as good as newgood Stabling, and a well of never-failing water. It will be sold cheap. Good title and possession given on the 1st of April, 18-5S. For further information apply to .]_£¦ L. Boro, may2T/57. DAVID BOYER. Bwellmg-House and* Store Stand Wor _Ment, THE subscriber offers for rent for one or more years, the building for a long time occupied by him as a residence and Shoe-store, on tlie corner of the alley between Brua's Hotel and Pinegrovo street, Cumberland street, Lebanon. The building is large, well provided with eellar, stabling, &c. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lebanon Advertiser — 22 July 1857

| || ; Ko win an, Ha ue I- & €aj>p's LUMBER YARD. This Way, if you Want Cheap Lumber. [_BM "HE undersigned have lately formed a part-1MB nership for the purpose of engaging in tho Lumber Business, on a new plan, would respectfully inform the public at large, that their placo of business is Darid Bowman's old Lumber Yard_, in East Lebanon, fronting on Chestnut street, 1 square from the Evangelical church. They have enlarged the yard, and filled it with a new and excellent assortment of all kinds of Lumber, such as Boards, Planks, Joists, Laths, Suindles, axb Scantling, of all lengths and thicknesses. In short, they keep constantly on hand, a full and well-seasoned assortment of all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS. Persons in want of anything in their line are invited to call, examine their stock, and" earn their prices. Thankful for past favors, they hope, that by attention to _busiucsss and moderate prices, to _imsrit a continuance of public patronage. BOWMAN, HAUER &am...

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