Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
15 Apr 1863

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15 Apr 1863

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 15, 1863, Lebanon, Pennsylvania admitted tip Itti h u used1 a club with Liis loft band. No doubt is Enteria i Ned by Quot those who have been a horse amp to com Inq Tea Tion wit if him since his imprison mint that lie the murderer of or. Bur Dell As Well As of. Others before and since. He said that when has a travel i de on the Mississippi steamboats if i any poor Devil who lost Liis Money by get tribling said a word lie soon j done for Andra fellow could make a s10,0d0.at a pop lie married in 1843. Just previous to the Fly Furdell murder he Drew a re a wife threatening to shoot her if she would not give up his Little ii now living to save Hei own life and that of the girl she told Bim Fco to at the child dead. A from that moment he had not been Seeh a by either his wife 01 ins child. When a few coif he would accept a resjrite., owing to 111� Day of his execution falling upon Good Friday he re plied a no. G d d n it no i intend of to leave Jersey on Friday in my bound to Leavo if cd on Friday 1 on thursday i James arid or. Dit mph his counsel on Hist Al who Havo been exceedingly attentive to him since his sentence so him for thelast tim e. The following conversation took place Between or. James and the doomed pus Onci. I James i have come to see you for the last time and to ask you if you Are desirous of making any provision for your child your wife and Little fun 1 called upon me last night to ask that Al should Seo you to this Pui is orc. A Lewis its nonsense i have no wife Iny wife died in now Orleans 1 my a kit est Lewis i bold in my hand our wife a Daguier Polypo a and photograph1 likeness of your child. A Lewis that a the bios to to this. My wife is a and my child is Amy wife and a a my could this his dying message to his wife and his language to the officers who a have had him in ebb Aige since his sentence has been uniformly indecent and wicked be Yod Alt precedent. When asked if a methodist minister or Monroe might1 Pray for him before execution1, h o Safe a Vjio May if he likes done to care a Dan a ind a Lulo player being offered he sat in a chair in Tho most unconcerned manner lie walked to the o Gal 1 oif a i Tih the Sam o1 ease that to Abelito walk into court hiring his trial. Not a Norvo a in his powerful Fiamos seemed to Pallin View of this awful penalty Lio about to pay1 for his crime. A a a to failed to make one sympathy ingfhenj3 during ins Issitt ii ridged lie in itch no sym a Quot Quot thy but a embraced a every e ppm or Unity of repelling friendly5 approach. His language exceedingly offensive so mucl/ao�?Tthat1 in what Kas been quoted of his conversation with his to a it boy a Mable chords he used a Alth Olgh lie5 made Rio formal con-fessipn7of his crimes yet he made important admissions of the details of guilt such As justifies the sentence Winch executed upon him at Tiro Gallows 1 1 it Row Fri t via a. L a to spirit go a amp of time. Foj amp a a dem a -cc1be to 1�ad, cea3e i j to to Iazov. It Awit. A bikes Xiii editor and proprietor. Lebanon a. Id a Lye Feskany april 15, 1863, Sot Rev. Of. H. To Burkhartt Chap Iain to the first regiment of a. S dra. My. I 11 of a Quot a a it w / a his a a it Sermon in it a n. Y., to Gene i Al l a a a a i g Hefti l i t a by to i a a i 4 the offal cd 1865, a to me one 1 will be dismissed from the a a vat 4 re $ i i i Whiton a Iio Uso at Washington by m -5k a a 4 a a a a a a �5- 1 a a a gen. Mcclellan for worse. Sics than in Obs using High military qualities. Tho courier of last week tolls tits readers that the a rebels have furn a �?~theh1 a in Trio of a Ort i a Large sum of Money to end a Hie Thorn to ferment discord in Tho a Ali. In. T a Al r1 ,north.�?� Isott seems to a ebola still Quot have plenty of Money and that they Bre not yet on thu Quot a Mast legs find Ciali by. _ _ a a a a i Tho i committee appointed by the a a a go sly tar Cir to investigate Tho a Hargos of bribery made by or a member of Tho House against Isi Mcfan Gai Peron made a Roppert last Ewe Obj Ibi wit hit great it d a they Ebi elude by no up a Jii Nion a that u Law Ful Nice uis by Rgee a Loyd to secure elect of a Fth Mon a Amei in Senato of thei United states in last january.�?�1 a also of in unions against Simon Jani Pron a Liani Brobst John pc Patterson and Fry Thimas u High enl cation Ida ii Ith Diawn fair Ilioff spun it 81 \ he a a a Feu Tat ion for smartness a to ,qf7�?T to Jim Pic a a a poor use a Fobb map i Tyi a i n re x a i o i ugly Row rep Coffey Haskeil him a did thisby Esto Cari to i get Hesey Ali Etin s a a Lynn l1 re As j Volli ift by proxy. The Senate of Pennsylvania has an abolition majority Many of whom Are As arrant hypocrites As Evcic made Long faces. Last week to mayor with the soldiers. Fefe a passed a Bill allowing them to vote by proxy. If it were not for the unconstitutionality of the thing would wish it to be come a Law Foy Wery nine out of ten soldiers would be sure ter vote the \ \ \ a f i re. To it .5 �?T.r-3 democratic ticketyarld1 our majority of tens of thousands would be hundreds of thousands a Tufa t if if the a soldiers would be allowed1 to Voreas Twoy pleased but officers from it. Tho i. A a Wii a Jirik <-5 ? ,-.i. A service As in new circulate a democratic tickets con fes amp that e fear a Catt their would be poor cd Lia Cej of r tho1 soldiers1exercising,Tho Rig of free the abolition senators evidently think the at�, off a vely Clever jpohifcal1 Titek upon the democrats Quot in Eow Pelleg them to be card the i vote against co Feung the elective Fianchino upon the soldiers but Thoy have overshot the Maik a in their anxiety to catch the democrats in a trap they have placed their names on record in favor of. A Bill be pointed Al coming time As evidence of the Exten t to which the to publican party woo willing to corrupt1 the ballot Box to secure a political Victory. It a Jug a a one of. The abolition papers of Philadelphia i n speaking of. The o1 m act Ings in this Section says it a by those myst Nous a genetics known to the profession or. Lynn obtained his knowledge of it Tho amp of How my st Caiiou the moorings wore no secret either at Road tag where Lyon resides or any othe v place in this Section of the abolition papa is at Reading Lebanon and Harrisburg fussing about them for weeks a some of them Ocie even i red by pub he How be m and yet my. Ii Yon detected their Oxie Tance by a a mysterious agencies known Only to the police a pshaw it seems that constitutions of a a a Ca a a a in a i a j a. A the a Loyal Union leagues h Are Bee n sent to the army for Tho sold icis to sign. It May go with Somo of them As it did with the Johnstown. The i a l. A a. 1 r i i Quot to. Arry a in that place sent on the a a paper to one of their companies for signatures Trio. Following reply received Ffolk a member of a Fela Friot a a inn of co spi Yiv b pro Silil sign Lioi a paper. A. Sicy link Mere of take it Hefu Orelsie Jaii no jul Eyer to influx Ericc then. Big la for coi Paiit b a pm 1t. Or it a a 1 prof. Charles r Coburn county superintendent of Gammon schools of Bradford county Baa been appointed fg0mmonschools of Pennsylvania amp in place of Hon. Thomas h. Borrowes Whoso term will expire in the dts of june. A a Tho is still a a vigorously prosecuted a by reasonable Aboh tin journals and orators. Against Northern the administration also displays an unusual amount of a Vigo re in that capacity at present. It is feared that gen. Fosto res forc Csc near Newborn North Carolina a have been obliged , the want of Proy Iskowe. They wore a Strong. A a Dince continued clamorous for a at last the general could no longer resist to demand so deter-1 m newly made in on 1 Utt and g n 1 e came for did to the Fiona of to Box and the clevis and Clapp no of bands and waving of handkerchiefs Wero renewed with increased vigor. In a Clear gentle voice and with easy manner and amid profound silence Tho general spoke As follows a my friends i Camelier to night As a listener and Spectator not As a.partiei-, Pant m the of the eve Ninga i came to hear the Ablest and Best of the friends and sons of Reland plead her cause to night 1 have departed from my usual me to avoid Large assemblies because i knew that this meeting had neither parti Zan nor poetical purpose. Cheers i know that you Idie assembled for the Nob just of Al Jim poses a he Tolof cd a Rity towards suffer Reg Brethren in a Distant land. I came Here Simily to Emce my sympathy in your cause for i have Stion r and Peculiar reasons for feeling an intense sympathy for and interesting Allt hat re lates to Ireland and the Trish. Great a Planse i sprung myself from a Kindred race i have men seer the loyalty of the to their go vet Ament and to their general proved. A h have seen the-1 Green Flag of Erin borne a Side by a Side with our own stars and stripes through the Din of battle.1 a cheers 11 have witnessed1 the bad very a the chivalry the Devotion of the Irish rab&7 while i Wasa boy on the Fields of Mexico and in maturer years ion the Fields a Maryland and Virginia. Loud cheers it a has olten been my sad lot pleasant withal to watch the cheering smiling patience of the Irish Soldier while suffering from disease or ghastly wounds and i have always found the Irish heart warm and Hue ghee is i feel then that in have a right a with your Duse to night it is most unfortunate that there Are so Many in a Eland who need our sympathy but at least should thank our god that be has giver us the Means to extend our hands to them enthusiastic cheering Itai Spei haps unfortunate a for Ireland that Laws in the making of which the Irish Haye j had hut Little the do that a government t in which perhaps they Havo been but Little represent eds should have induced so Many to have left then native land and sough of foreign climes but what has been the loss of Ireland has been the gain of America. Cheers it has Given us some of the proudest intellects that have adorned our history countless Sti Ong arms i who have developed our resources and soldiers innumerable who on every Field from those of the revolution to those of the present sad Lebelson have upheld the Honor of then adopted coun 1 try ild cheers and so i repeat i have gained what Ireland has lost. Continued cheers one thing More before i close come Here Foi no political purpose but no True Friend of his country a can in oui i Escot crisis Repi ass altogether. The thoughts that will crowd upon his Jiram what is it that enables us now to a extend Vojir hands to your Bret Liron pros so the atlantic1 what is at that ouf fathers and Hare worked apr tor i Lujus in n. Kit a pm by Iai. I on this Broadr continent Rone nation one free government , the Refuge of All exiles from foreign land Sand j know that i exp Ess the thoughts of every one who listens to me Heie when i say that All our energies All Jour thoughts All a our Means and if necessary the last drop of Pur blood should bej Given to uphold that Unity and nationality enthusiastic cheer but i did not Rise to make a speech but simply to express my Arm and most cordial thanks for the greeting with which, been honoured to night. i and shall Noy make for the Rabie and eloquent men who will plead the pause of your Brethren to night. As the a general ctr sed his remarks and bowed Iii Adieu he again greeted i As he had been Entrance a with pro i longed applause. A tie attack a a Charleston. At least ninety times in thirty minutes. The shot were from rifled Cannon of Tho heaviest calibre. Capt. Rind her commander received a contusion on the leg from a flying fragment of his vessel which Only slightly lamed him. Twelve of to men Wero wounded together with acting Ensign Mcintosh who had a Baic of one the Gung. His injuries Aro supposed to be fatal. The next morning finding it impossible to a save the vessel capt filid Caj cd a tug Ivsich took his men on board1, a few minutes thereafter to Keokuk sunk. The poisons belonging to to ship lost All their personal effects ion wednesday the Squadron re. Maine at Anchor in the Mam ship Channel it is said the men in oui Fleet Only numbered about 1000 thirty guns the enemy it is supposed had at least 300 guns Tho Best in the world the injury to Tho vessels excluding the Keokuk Aie represented to be of such a Chat actor As will Requie a Rufca Short Tho car Ual tics among our men Scio remain ably few including one killed and three wounded on tie Nalbant the Trahant had five shot holes in Hei Chimney and it reported that she had cans. A tier they had stood for Somo Lino in front of the court House. Mayor Holycr ascended the Steps and a to Ted in a few word m the her Fli fid Lungu Ogo. Blini Luber and the other per sons named bad been arrested by due process of Law that they were now in i h Adelphia where they would fair Aring before an uti icer of the United states 4court, that their friends bad sent counsel to defend Bemi Ond concluded by adv cig Trio crowd to , and not provoke a disturbance of the peace by their or Crenco in a mass. Johns. Hic bards. Usq., followed to mayor in a few remarks of similar import. Lie said that be understood Ibe object of their coming to ascertain what had be Como of Huber and the others he thought they bad a right to know this they had been arrest Ted by Itu Thorit of Tho a. A court for organic a a a my Tho Laws and Scro now in their Lucy cars bad ,.-and�?they would Hutc a Fuji hearing and a fair trial. After ,. people going Down at cot toward the amp Long and Harrow Liteh groups. Some however remained about the Comer of Stuib and Penn Street engaged in a Comers amp Tion. During tic excitement that prevailed at this time or. George lash a Well know and res Octabie citizen of Spring township who had come to town with the others arrested by order of Samuel l. Young j3sq., a commissioner of top. United states on a charge of being connected with the secret organization alluded Ito. Or of having it i tired editions language could not ascertain i positively which and taken to or. Young in his of flick who Dot handed bail of him in the sum of i $10,000. Ibe bail Given and or last 1 released Thi Prece Edig Drew the or it \ together a a am and a or lash and his friends i Wero leaving the office hey were hooted at with i the incs of a rebel bang i and one or two of Tho country people were struck t a land hats knocked Over their eyes by person in the crowd at this time Tho excite heard then Tho of Wii Isa loner can exert ise h is own judgment. With this under standing the witness Mude an Othur attempt to give m . He said there might have been a Hundred men in Ibe born altogether before they proceeded to bus members told to tftorwrd5 tha t they1 had so Robed the barn for pies but none \ there Itas something said about a peace Conven Tioff toe of a a a the . A he Mac 9 it Chart i Taitis Tyas essentially Pennsylvania Obermair trait a a in ter Ness or Huber told them to search the b in to r Preter called to requisition a gentleman see if there were any spies concealed m it lean not name the panics whom to addressing j be directed them to run a or Bay Fork into the Straw. To Seo i there were any spies concealed under it after to is done he ordered pickets to be thrown outside the Bam this us near As i can judge Between eight and nine o clock to men went out. Then to men inside too the obligation did the talking he denounced the As unholy and unjust he said that the society vp8 amp million Strong he stated that it first bras or gazed m. The South that the society had , and spa he administered the obligation whether the men swore on a Bible or not. I cannot say there were eighty three inon. To Tho Host of my knowl Edge who joined on that occasion by taking the obligation the obligation Given verbally he said the men would swear i. D int know a get it whether they kissed the Bible or not.,As x coaids five Hundred shots amp to her by the Reb ment reached a pretty High a serious riot Al batteries at f Harleston but not la App Rel coded a us Are is a for Tho a., a a. 1 v credit of our usually peaceful cite. That Tho per severely injured some of the rivets Ona inter us non of Tho major a s,50 a by had been started in her Turret which pre i Law abiding of both parties proved of vented her Guzis from being worked to f it a 1�?opp�� a the Ang y pm �?z0b� 0f to. L b multitude and in preventing further violence advantage 0n either Side the Keokuk had been Sahk and one i by noon quiet seemed to a be restored and the Man lost in her a a 1 i greater portion of uie to Bothy people had Cross a 7 1. G. 11 a Ell die Bridge on their Home. A few re Infin -. Sixtine in the a a a about the plough and 11 narrow hotel until of i an Tucket were killed m a. A a i ter dinner when a parly of men. Said to be from. As regards future movements the re,-1 a let a Igloi a up t1own went do n and got mob an a a a a i Quot i altercation vhf some of the countrymen the re ports Aie conflicting it positively Uithof which that two or three of the latter i stated by one of the pilots who boarded j�?0110 of whom i intoxicated were badly i us that the monitors would a a draw o a beaten. Hat .,the provocation to tills attack the bar and that further act on would he a be of a ver be suspended this subsequently j corroborated by a re Poi ter of one of the i new York papers. To a. J a a officer from the who i previously boarded unstated that the engagement would be 1 of clock pm and added Admiral expressed his belief of their Success j the Channel fort obstruct Jed. No torpedoes Weie reported to have been exploded. A i rebel accounts from Chai Leston Cigar lesion api ii 8, 8 of clock p m a All is quiet Here to Day the people and troops Are m High spirits at the result of yesterdays fight the Keokuk is certainly sunk the fighting yesterday i Yas chiefly at a distance of nine Hundred i Yards a a a a a. A. J the monitors cannot pass Sumter without coming within hic bundled aids a j the1 impression is very Genera that the enemy a ill renew the attack after repair it ing damages seen monitors and the Ironsides Are still off the Harbi i 10 of clock p m a tie latest official the persons beaten had a Hurrah de for Iron Knuckles and Slang shot. It. Is said were used by one or Moro of the us Ailanti at Ibe i Rekuc Bof the mayor or. Geiger proprietor of i the plough and Harrow closed his bar room i and in the course of an hour of so All the coun try people had left town Tho crowd bad dispersed Ond Tho a usual quiet our streets re stored. A a a a a i this is a Plain and impartial account of the t occurrences on thursday of which highly exaggerated and m Many particulars Chron oops accounts appeared in the Philadelphia papers of yesterday a a a pfc. Re i Huber the reputed Lender of these alleged i treasonable societies and messes. Filbert. Tug and 0xennderrbad.a thursday Fuffer i noon before u. S. Commissioner Jieu Zett. Of the District court. A they were arraigned on the charge of conspiracy against the government. George a. Coffey esq., United states District att Reey put eared for the government und the Hon. J. Glancy Jones of this Eity a As counsel for me amp sri a Silbert a ill Ign and oxen Der. John i p. O Felly Esq appeared v for hut Fer. He ex-1 pee Ted or Jones would defend him but that j gentleman declined. Preliminary to thee xxx aft do met upon Ich the or Arrabit of arrest issued a to gift it Quot made by j Yilling 1 Lyon a United states detective j april i the 1863 anid>8et-s Forth-r1 i that there Dave a been. Organized j m a various j pants of Berks county. Pennsylvania seditious i and treasonable. Combinations lodges or Sociol ties Tho object of a bib Isdo create disa Tif government states to Provot und .resist, of the United Well in pare German found Haiti see fat a i loss to interpret Pennsylvan dutch. . I h Manderbach. Sex sheriff of Berks county called the witness did not throw any nerf Light on to subject. He knew no thug Iab Paft i the secret organization not beings a i give the following condensed Repoff of his evidence or. Huber Saidt a a pit that. In i a country like this it is Nece Floro Furm a se-1 Arcto social Iii a butt before tro Oths or Bay i making he guessed to would by Public he Quot then went on to say that ought to support the 6jv- Ern ment. If it from god for 10 the scriptures teach n if tha government pc from the 1 Devi let ought to be trampled under foot a be said j that Abe Lincoln and All his Cabinet Quot bad robbed the Treasury and if there Only one ter in aft in it they dig in unto their elbows to to went on and a said the. War top Long in operation a great beet kill de. And the outfit. To be stopped try iat the last Laws that came out from us a Lincoln and. Congress were not favourable to the poor a i a a Money paid to or. Huber be got a paper md1 put Down the names he said he bad met a sol Dier near Fritztown. And by game went out and Lnu a the bsi24aei&di it All Correct be said the society millions Strong and a said something s about itb0s old government that so Many bad been amp la orb it Herod that no More ought to be kilted not think the last Law. Was constitutional after ail this Eaid. The meeting went to the ban said Bis Public speech that five bad deserted in Indiana the after item. But did not get. Them i saw several members Aiter this and they said that All Tho members who should be drafted if they were taken to Washington at Midnight they would in an hour go Over to Jeff. Davis i heard others say they would be killed at Home rather than ber hat not exactly see the Myall answered yes after the obligation spoken to them. To advertises a meeting to be held at a certain place a Man u and after a his they go into a secret organization Tho members sign a list Abd pay Ono Dollar each m the Arst place then those who sign go into secret those who do not sign go away i heard him give Tho Obj Gabon by or Coffey now Job to chink and be careful. Aud Tell us what the obligation is. Quot Are you. M of amp vorhof the abduction of Abraham Lincoln a i heard Force if of a Northwestern Conford Erack a a a a Haber Here interrupted the witness by saying Quot its commissioner Heazlett told Huber to keep silence. By or. Coffey. Well. Bir. Go on. Did you 1 hear anything else ? /. A witness. Yen re t Rea to act a e \ taken Down Therp and killed Huber said tha Yogi infamy of the draft or the com Crip i Ife the copperheads that Refl aed Here there some sensation among the \ crowd and the windows were opened to Lutia a Hittle fresh air. By or. Colley. Well. Sir. Did they swear to that they did swear. How very binary. When a. Man says yes to swears rely a of for a brie san Fering Iii ire Laid. Speech . An. Immense m meeting Quot hold Quot at the new York a Cademy of music on tuesday night a under the auspices of an association styled the knights of st. Batrick for Tho purpose of raising funds to alleviate the sufferings caused by. The famine in Ireland. The Academy crowded to excess for to the inducements of patriotism and Benevolence added Tho expectation that general Colell amp a would be present. This expectation not disappointed a before the regular opening of the proceedings Goncal Mcclellan entered one of tic Privado boxes on Tho left Side of the his presence a Mado Knolyn to the Assembly by or. John Butler president of1 Tho association who called for a it Rcd cheers for1 general that Julie signal for one of Tho most enthusiastic outbursts a of popular admiration and Lovo that were Over seen1 within the same Walls. Loud and Long and Heartfelt were the cheers that rang again and again throughout the building the whole audience standing All Quot the while Tho la Dies waving their and clapping a their hands and the band playing a the i Flag of our Union a while Tho general who had come to the front of the Box bowed 1 gracefully and modestly Iri acknowledge font of the Honor. He Vyas in Plain clothes but re looked every Inch Tho Soldier of s ome min utes it appeared As if the acclaim Atins Woro to continue All Quot the and again when there seemed Torbe a Lull in the atom of Enthus Biasini Tore would be another a a air for la a three cheers More a wkly or a Puju do responded to As Haar Fily and vociferously As Tho Iffet. This so ene intermit Tod with Calls for h pc Eek the gen crap i however s t Royo to avoid the a in he Saity Quot of a response and i Pelt he Al re to Opportunity h i coif a r e Dot of Wilh a a Wing to bile la ack .jpar.tx>f, the Box Iri which direction ,wer,0 strained people in the galleries hanging Over to get another look at him. The a the. Keokuk sunk 4he t i Jahant disabled and the a Ironsides t ,. A a Tho vessels to coff Priam no the Fleet aryan cedi upon charges ton o p eth o71 a a Niobe following of Der i a a a a Oceh a a Ken Rodgers Tho Assai to ,,Turner, with cad Miral re up ont and by a staff on hand f not followed the Catskill a Apt. Get Rod Gois Nantucket capt a Fairfax a want ,.capt Downs co Kun Gap. Rind. In this order Thoy proceeded up Jho mail Entenni Hundred Yards of Tho Quot main forts. Tjie Ironsides be pay Rae. Unmanageable oiling a to Tho Tido and Tho narrowness of Tho can Noi and she therefore of Igod to or cup. Anchor,.to prevent Drifting a Sciore owing to. These circa is tan pcs she signalled her. Consorts apr motions.,.Tho Rem Pindor of the ,d-iastritsrcqursc.an1d� soon came within t her Ango of the rebel fire from All Points. It he obstructions in a he Channel fro in Sumter to fort rip,-.interferpd , the. Pro grasp of our ships. In consequence of this and the position of a the Ironsides As above1 stated Tho plan of operations -for, deranged and the space for manc Bevering a being Only of Qiqin to Hundred to one thousand Yards the a vessels were obliged to prepare , engage the batteries. To signal . ,.action, at half past the attorn.oon., by the Ironsides but. Tho rebels bad previously opened fire upon the leading vessels. Tho can test is . As into. Highest degree exciting presenting a fearful scene of Firo belching from All Points on the water and the land a continuous Roar of Cannon. A in Tho Courso of thirty or forty minutes the Keokuk in a sinking condition and obliged to withdraw from the fir quote a Nodi seek an Anchor ago Lee la a a the Varig of to on Emyss fire. A be i in item so afterwards ally the vessels with1dro�?T�?Tfy on a Sinhai. Cd Refl la of h n a lamp a Intel Genee from the bar states that Only Cut a a. A i a a in prayed Utti .rosiai.iub,execution United if? ,9 a Wii i19d c,fo.9i ,afe3 0wa, and Panfic flatly act of con leaving seven remaining Job sides the Keo Gres providing for a a co Oscap too or draft of Kuk which lies sunk about Hajdu Wosan a old Era a Libo said Joel Sci meet at Timo. Any yams n Tun Jyo a ii Are bound nil1 a r oath said a Ogi Tiei Hare irom Ustiy to cog i to the Yankee machine called the a Devil Aud a band red mom Bors each that one a or designed for the removal of torpedoes a Gamrod at the House of Jacob Zeller near floated ashore and fallen into our hands min Ubab Lreh p�?oqne-llatu1 Tother place c a a Quot ii the Auu Lavit further Seta Forth the names of the enemy is constantly signalling but some of the member Essaid As of cation Mcloud no rencwa.1 of the attack is anti limited be i my Partie who Haio not been Arrea cd 1 fore to Morrow. A. I the tol Loving report of the testimony taken fear non Mcarol 1 1 1, tha commissioner is from yesterdays seco1.1 risp Aici a _ \ prese. We deem it proper to premise that there 5/harlesron, april Ujj a. Pm a All a is nothing an All this testimony to a complicate quiet this morning a the monitors Are Jung a in Yanyun a a Sucill in Sif Fhy yes Erin v porn Lorr Manv of a Al fact add that Twu Mony a Ai Sec it i sign Insigne. X Esie Raay evening Many bar j8, 8i> far unsupported by other pieces , s furniture with a As an offset Iio Xiv the Winay Stutto that to have the spy Glass were washed on Morris a Jema Assurance of Moo m whose word the mph to Inland a wry 1 1 implicit Roll Atco Oane placed a Bat the secret 52 j Reaa a of is a Fisi aroused such a Buterin any i these Art Lajes were covered fee Hng Dave no treasonable a Imp Roger object with clotted blood. The. Impression pre &pd.h&tt&60qiybiigatiog its me tubers Arete vails at our Latterie that the a Tlane Hyfer on a g support tub con Maune is Augner on xxi tuition of the United states Board the Keokuk terrible. And lab0it. F0r the kest0kati0n of the Union As it . A the hea1ung. / Philip Hiibner Augustus f. A a in a go Bra Al Fil n Indiana lean t recollect their association. A the proceedings Here closed. ,.or. Coffey the United states a District attorney stated that he had a number of other it Nesses who would make some other disclosures and suggested that a time be agreed upon for another hearing. / a a. Or Jones contended that his client were All responsible . As there bras Imp heating them. They might be discharged. Or o Neill asked that his client be discharge de. As there to evidence . Some time spent in conversation in on there Points and finally the District to bold messes. F Ilbert. Oxenreider. And Zulig. In each other s recognizance in the sum of $3.000. To toe next hearing. It a or. Haber required to enter bait or tha sum of $4.000. A /. Or. Huber being unable to give the required bail for his appearance recommitted to . Where he now remains. The next hearing will take place on monday afternoon. Mav 4. At 3 o clock a those obligations witness. Yes. Sir they answered yes. A question. Can you Nara Homo of the men who Wero there and who thas swore How a bout or. Illig. Or. Filbert or or. Oxen Der. Witness. I cannot swear positively that any of were there or. Gilbert and Illig were at the House before the party went into secret session and i cannot swear positively that they were in the Burn i am sure the of Cut Huber m the barn am not mistaken about him he the Only Man in that the meeting in the House there More or less talking a. Mong a so who composed the meeting $s3 Wero collected at Tho Pivato meeting Luber said he the treasurer be took Tho Money i have had some talk with him tasked hint some question?.and told Len he might answer them if he chose there no compulsion i know the rights of a prisoner when in custody l asked him what the association banded Togo Bor lord overthrow the government he sad it . And this could be done under the Constitution he said Ibe Money raised to fee lawyers it any one of the members arrested also to try the constitutionality of the con a caption act. And if this would not do they would use Force but did not Sav what kind of Force i believe this is about All i know of the affair i aug a government detective and since the 20th of March have been Deputy Provost marshal at Cross examined by or. re a ssh Henry Quot c. Doming in. The first sides near the Black horse in Lancaster county District Augustus Brand Fagoo in the not far Tho Leo of Berks count Tho pub third and John h. Hubbard in Tho lie meeting called at the Hoa Seui or. Foust 1 a i i a i v a i Cau t say that the notice of the meeting am i Boult. No Elsm Ocre to of to published i received my la formation of Tho a to Allbor James Ujj. 1�?Tj�lorl�sh, a a a a the meeting from Stop Burg x not in the. Second Mistrie t. The democracy of House 1 in sight of it a this of icare i i a a / i a a Jet. 21st�?baturday a lube a Mado Tho speech at. Tho a Liao made amp Good fight House All the doors were not shut i in Dis i under ail the cd cum st ulcer a against Guise x talked , 1 listened against Jjo whole Power of the administration concentrated. Against them. They election. This state has As usual gone for Trio abolitionists but by a much smaller majority Toan last year. Buckingham is elected governor Over sey Moui by probably 2.oo0 last j ear it 9,148. _ Tjio abolitionists elect three members of con the shutter j i pretty close no Ono accosted me j 1 actuated nobody j-1 rigged up for the occasion i wus blackened and in Daguiso i never spoke to Luber until april 7th. I have seen Bun sometimes i did not see him speak i knew his voice at the barn to accreted under the Straw in the barn j i. Heard Bim speak at a Moo tag in question. 1vetl, sir you must be in error be did fall. They could and More to did not exp a t the djs a Jln us Simios a a correspondent of Trio Philadelphia _ press says that Tho Primo Causa of cause you have said you never heard him speak i Tjio delay of the attack on Charleston uni the7th of Agni. Ija6unofe j5eon with the army its Many supp so for it has been said from the highest auth pity that Tufa troops from the e beading Gazette of . Political arrests. Great excitement in Ecart ing riotous proceedings1. Bert and a Fri soil Oxenrider were afro hgr de ii the charge of conspiracy. . Cooj Jess a United Atio racy appeared tor the go Vern ment is Hon. Glancy Jozies exp member of cd Ngy ass appeared to Siez Kuhsel Fon the last three no med de a ,., ,1, a t Era John pipe Neill . The first i no much. A a yet a a i a. of Tho. Jabor or. Huber la Ibe prime mover in of Yaniz Jujj Der of Berks arrested in this oily by win. Alleged treasonable association. Lie expect a Xyon who styles himself a a de defend Iii Viuf this gob tie an Der a warrant issued from Juhe. Mondeclmed1. After settling some a in interest muted states District court Birthe Eastern l51s log Porchm Jaries the affidavit read i by he morning messes. Gabriel Filbert Augustus f. Itig and Harrison oxen ride Rob a arrest of a Tsurou Casburg in Marion township charge by Demy u. A marshal , from Philadelphia. The detective and it sets Forth that there have a been 4or�i�nized> in Vari oils a flirts of.-,Berks county a pan Sylvano so if oils Andt try Aiona few combi nations lodges or societies the object of wifi he _ is to against tic government accused parties Tver taken to. Philade1pma,on of Tho United states to prevent and resist the wednesday a Terri Conj in the custody of the of ii of to United states Laws and Panfic Ivi Griir fit inf a of a a a a a it Ltd id it a �fif.1 j a cars named for s bearing against them. Tho Upbin the. Charges ulary lib act of_congres3 providing a for a conscription or draft of soldiers Thor said lodges an Are it r said societies have the news of their arrest soon spread through a meet at night time pay an Muin Tion it Fec and Are e Western Section of the a county r and a on Lound together by an oath said societies have thursday morning it . Rumoured Attiat Piej get from fishy to eighty Anda Hundred members a a of a Hundred to a thousand men. Said to be members Plaht one Whf a organized Matibe Hottie a Oft Jacob of inn a Cap of a re Ani i inn Tiapa in Iii a a. .innl.li.i.hlil. Oija Bundoff Apuls. Of a in for and comp Otley blk i Jim. Struck from ail the -B�it,tei1 ios within Range of these secret organizations Woro on their to Tho Cit to effect As alleged the re Ioapo of their but As Ruu for d Tho Saiid tongues have Boon so almost daily m circulating poly and fake reports no Croden co attached to Trio Story and few persons took Tho trouble to a inquiry ils to. Its truth bet con t0. And la of clock however some Tiyo or. Treo Hundred men principally fro i Tho Heidelberg and Spring township crossed the Penn strode Bridge and in a Sorc. Of procession walked leisurely and quietly up Lynn. Street to sixths and up sixth Street to the court ironic in front of which they halted. A crowd of soon followed and in five or thu minutes sover Al had Gath Redau sixth Suot around the court House and perhaps for fifteen i Lutcs. During this time the men from Tho country remained quite Quot and Ordo Ifyu and neither by word or act indicate that the amp in visit to town for any riotous Unla Fri Purpo Sof a though there some of of Ted. Talk among be townspeople and a few wore heard to utter throats of personal violent of in the crowd not dispersed Forth with a while this going on to accosted several of the country people Aud inquired their object in coming to town Ono replied that they had heard Huber Wasi arrested and Camo in to see what to to Doug with him As Thoy supposed he in prison in bedding and would have a bearing a Here a another said that they and understood Thoro to be a meeting in the City in regard to Tho arrest and that they and come tor attend it. Another said that they Wero informed that Huber Wasto be brought before judge Wood Ward on thursday in the. Ecu dog. Copy Houst of a hearing and but they would to wanted As witnesses. This thesus Stando of Hll the for ration to obtained and fro a it two inferred that the men had do do Frutto. Object in cumin go town other Botn to Loam Tho result of the. Ivos sign ton in ii ibo re can of which they supposed would take Placo. The idea that Thoy Vero bunt not of lawlessness of violent the Authy ratios it psf a Futon by their vory App Taranco boing Puttin Foch Evi Dontly just from in bar Ordinary Darw pro Many of them need and some crippled and toa,11.appearance Nuriu Odd and by thou Ioc and Oinui. Zeller non a Slouch Burg fun nay Lyau guv Ami a Ali or Placos. The affidavit further sets Forth the names of some of the members of said association of Paphos who have not been arrested. -4 thu a -uwalmm.y. a it j 1 or. Junes counsel for Jefe no now can Tion of the witness to say nothing but what h d Knelt Iown knowledge or a i. R.witn�8s.�. Yes sir. A. ,.just ion bar United s uses District a attorney roof Fey. Do you know who r a Answerl do j Luber dry Augusti a i in Gabriel. Filbert,.and Harrison of end Ider \ i Rucoi cd ii Hin the last Woi months that there a Man named amp a . Neill who said never mind a a bout ans state what you know of your own knowledge a 1 Quot Vyt Ness. Welt thei to Sui you better i will from information that la Sci. Self to work to find out whether to Herat anything in this matter to piped for it a there were complaints coming to me every Dayr Here interrupted to witness by saying that to bad understood that. Or. Lyen had had Somo conversation with be defendants and Liti thing they said to him unless Poluh Tarity made by them cannot be admitted of Ishill further said not. Be re the i cd unless to Coyi Spersoy is first Mado out. Let us substantiate this first a cd then p roce cd. A it i amp Alcamo Bare to Tel Boj truth and am a stranger Boro. A by or Coffey. Tell what you a Law arid Heird. A witness resumed. who , ,1863/1 Roq oved Taboa nce Tang. I. Proi Jacded to the puce Crobb meeting to bold old j i won on foot in Marion township and a on coated i myself in the bar of Jacob 55eihir> under the trawl or. Luber told to men who were Ibero i think or. Filth amp it Wash Horo or Luber there if Courso he told them g a a a in 1rms o Neill objects that what or. Huber said not of Ideuye until Tho defend aus first be Cuba diet amp a in the charge of conspiracy. A Hon this is Dono than any admission of Fiat or. Luber j Saidi . To Givon in evid Onoe of. The kind said i never spoke to him until Tho 7thvof a Pitili it Well How did you recognize him by his voice in the Burn if you did not see him while he speaking in the House ? a a a. I did know his voice and heard him distinctly. Q. You have pretty big ears. A. That a so. A. The witness now questioned at great and somewhat tedious length in respect to the oath taken by the alleged f the witness bad Mado of the oath with Lead Pencil in a email Book in which be had written the to cd abdication. Upon which mistake the Learned counsel affected to be somewhat Tunny. The witness said i am not a Good speller nor a Good writer but or. Huber said j i made the memorandum the witness continued on sunday morn ing after i got Tibma it it then fresh upon my mind i did nil a Keit on saturday night simply because i tired i went Home a if Coal train Felic so copy thu a poor spoiler i arrested Huber in the Iron ion dry of the Philadelphia and a Reading flail read shop at Reading i searched him to see if he a amp Dany papers on him i be had fix amp a for another meeting to be held that paper is now in the Possession of Samuel m. Young commissioner at Reading when i a it ked him. About the a organization he said it a con Sita Tonui Union organza Tina sail the Dollar Feo for. The purpose Ofa sexing whether dec a it a. A a a a draft constitutional or net s or 3iuter/ a mpg Ger restore r4he7ri5lliojtia� administering the oath said to swear Etc it existed previous to fit a Ftp it Fly a n 11 a a a 1 Sajo i coins Nadmi Nisoff Fri or a Nix a have been waiting Tho of amp in of use Admiral nor has the delay Quot been caused by the weather aran but the presence in Char los ton Harbor of the torpedoes wit i which it he a a been proved monitors unassisted Are unable to Cope. A a. Quot for the Harrisburg Telegraph announces a Short time since with a grand flourish that col vim. B. Fordney a the eminent Jurist of Lancaster had it come a member of the a Union league a on the 25th ult., the democratic cd Una Ypon mention assembled in Lancaster lib to appoint delegates to the democratic state convention when col Fordney appeared before the conventi Oiland delivered a stirring address in which he took Occa Sion to say that the. Abolitionists had made an unwarranted Useto his name and that he believe to at Nolti Sath amp a As cd Zdency of the t empnri0 party to q., Yas there net in obligation taken also sustain Tho Constitution of the United a states ? a. Yes sir. f a a h Whj1 did you not put a that Down Lin Jour memorandum Book t 1 a. Put Down what Flat thought net a a so by. Cross examined by or. desired to find out whether there a anything in Chojor a animation if there a anything illegal in a want the members tried honorably7 and by Nora Bly convicted of they Are guilty i live it read ing i decline to name Tho party froth my official i capacity and As an officer i promised not to be real my informer i will not Tell it1 in will Tell you All he said if you desire to hear a a 1 or. Jones. So sir never mind that Quot _ witness. The House pub lie and promiscuous x suppose it after this the secret acct big held Tny the barn Noder stand to when he Mado a speech it the Housti. Then the. Parties signed the those who signed would go meet my with those who had before signed when i found they intended to go to the barn i went there ahead of them and secreted myself under the Straw 1 1 a a by or Coffey. I am not positive they said at the meeting to resist Tho draft by Force the Obliga Lions Scro spoken in English and German or Pennsylvania dutch1. 1 1 i Rutilo fitness now. Examined As to the car Niter of the defendants. So for As to knew of messes. Illig Oxenreider and Filbert he con s tiered their character g5od j never had any cause to suppose they would do an illegal aes icer Tamly would not Trust Huber my imps Sion is from what i know of these gentlemen i hade no reason a that i. Think they would violate the Law but x would not Trust Huber laughter ,. A Frederick prints called to the stand of being sworn be said be lived eight mils trim Reading he got acquainted with Haber at he meet Gat the House of or Foust it on Boj Pating it called by private Means Tho object to take measures to Reg Suthe draft or. Huber stated this at meeting there were about 200 people present hero Jeri to the Case of a read stance a and Kaaa. And Wsaidrtha. Tho -. it i would be Dort Here a that if any of the members should be taken sad sent to fort Warren that he would1 be id squid even if they had to tear the fort Dow be said Thero wore one or two millions of men belonging to the organisation ail Over the Southland a fort and in the army to said they knew each other , and then stated the11 Cash of a Soldier passing on Tho Road,.ho.gavo him Tho sign a and he know him by it be said that any one who paid a be sworn a j key spoke Abonit Uno hour i saw Tho crowd go a. A coins administration Gol Fordney is an pm. Nent lawyer j asian Otu question de ability arid a fire a a id unflinching Democrat. >1q a a Union intent democrats in ral rious Gas Jyh o state for the purpose of ent a Tny a item corals into their secret oath bound of animations that game a rational Cuard Abolt for a paper quotes from the to the effect Fiat a foot to of iraqi a National guard throughout the states arum tells us that .�?omeqibersiiip1 in a regiment thus formed wiil relive the minute men from the chances Rotthe con scrip Fon and that a the a Esti ashment of such an Brigani Cattoir Wilf tempi of Only to Aid in crushing fee rebellion but also to prevent fresh out Breaks among in _. Tepu bli cans escape the draft and1 a this they Are to be encouraged by the a a a Sfax a authorities a who Are to place Arris a in their hands a to. Prey Gat fresh outbreaks a Mon the rur , they Are to get a an of Lowande in a from the time they a though they a amp Jot Jeng Geffin Active los Las Friday two weeks i think Huber Cabied 1,1611 Exa Cuy a they Quot a ebb weakly m head fad heart to a go Satot Sodomin ions of Jeff Davis As Loyal scud Sereix but in Jaguar 8qf�iem. Great apostle see1 a a a Coppe rhe a of a let through his1 a feet come of with Iheng Hope Ott Vil organize it Bee for .weareanx-iotts1 think about it. To see 17 j��f�⻍at�e1� into h 11 no up a at so contracts on a lady or Apt done to know what they did there sixty three or 68cr� tit that the a Njo Blent she Lars Wero Jaid at the Public meeting Huber did a toes to a puddle it bits her up Abl drops no 3aywhat,. Of Tho association w.,i her on the of Doslete Side Sci of out Flor. C i Lod them copy he a Lucitti i a to a. Lor a j Mhz Ini. T. I1. A 7 in which Thoy. Conduct cd them j. hoax Lett replied a Well i of it l. A. Us two Roen. A. Sel Esi the on Lye tiling like a farm amp a a teat could j in us to the is., investigation some whore j a Tihd-them-�-�ted4o-get�toyui�m Aasi Quot a in Quot 3.nny to a Caffo a sol be seen among the Bolo crowd were two or j and Milit As Woluc Emmonse now m f and they said All right and wont with die a Quot do 13. Quot Good food and Proina tips a would three Elicks nut Purger Thau Ordinary walking a or. Louus said Aiter the eyed each has been i no know Whaff the members swear to a a a a. A 1. To rho it As it cd or j v the abolitionists advocate stump them a wanted of Getmen Unior a speaking in the army to cheer a the sol a be of the t be much More acceptable

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