Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
29 Jan 1862

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29 Jan 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 29, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaJak a be a a advert this establishment is now supplied with an a Tensive a sort Inonu of Job Type which via a hmm in a nyx a 14 in now turn out pm Ikiko of and on co cat a a a op0 ii Potts menu Era Ana on tory terms. Suchias pamphlets Ohe oks business cards hand mus circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of fare. Invitations tickets &o., a. _ a a a to a kinds. Common and judgment Bonus. Flop up justices constables and other bunks printed correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept at 4wb a a do a 4 prices a to suit the v subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a year address we. M. A Bosun Lebanon pm. The attention of sunday school superintendents is called to the a infant school catechism printed in chapters on Fine White Cerda. Part i. Chapter chapter a part n. Chapter birth of Christ visit of Tbs sleep herds a to Cli Apter Vult of the Wise men and Jesua flight in tit a chapter Iii a a Jesus return and his journey to the passover at Price s ots each a 26 Eta per doz$2 per Hundred. Address h. H. Roedel not. 13, �?T01, Lebanon Penn a. The Eclectic class Book. Quot for the us of the Sabbath school teacher is pronounced by All who have examined it better adapted to the wants or the sunday school teacher than any now in Nee. Send for examination. Price per dozen 40 cents per Hundred $3.00 nov. 0, �?T01. Address a. Pfc re Bdl Lebanon a. A. A pm a my. It own by goods. Just received Henry a Stine a store la03e8�?T dress 8c0ds French medic oct co bugs Calabr herbs Muslin set Lanai Alt Wool lists sack flannels and plaid quads of every a and at All prices for a splendid Asart Anont of dress goods pall at Henry a Stine a. Shawls i shawls Brocha Square and Long shawls Alt Wool plaid Long shawls mourning Wool shawls and a Large lot of Aurare Wool shawls offered at Tow prices by it Ltd. A Henry a Stine. Menus Alt boys Wear. Cloths Cas Starcs Sattl nets Union cac Elmera Kentucky jeans Ermine cloths and an assortment clearer clothe which will be offered at reduced prices by Lebanon nov. 3,�?T61. Henry a Stine. Ellma Nacu. Itma mics. Almanacs for 1802, just received and by h. Ii. Roedel Cumberland Street Lebanon. Vitan Raptor almanac a English and German. Lutheran a a to do Philadelphia do do Reading a a German. Leb.mo�, no Retuher 6, �?T01. Cheap store of Rauch amp Light. At the Corner of Cumberland Street and Plank Soud Lebanon a. Messes. Rauch a Light Toke pleasure in inform ing their Bienda Antho Public generally that they just opened a Large and carefully selected Assort meat of dry goods groceries purr sware aet a to which they respectfully invite the attention of the Publio their dry goods have All been selected with the greatest oars from the largest importing . _ a Large Stock of cheap sugars coffees teas chocolate ,,arfis8ortment of among Shtab Are the newest patterns together with almost an endless variety of goods in their line of business which will he sold very cheap for cosh or co Unity produce taken in Exchange. Bags bags bags the attention of Millers and Farmers to directed to their Large Stock of bags which they will sell at wholesale Peloro. , i860. a Rauch Light. A to the if you want Tarn Walter amp re Cly to a Mill. Northe subscribers respectfully inform the Public that a they have entirely rebuilt the Mill on the Little Swa Tara i Brverly known As a a Straw so and later As a Owen Tfelt so about one fourth of a mile from Jonestown Lebanon county that they Hove it now incomplete running order and Are prepared to furnish customers regularly with a very Superior article of As cheap As it can be obtained from any other they keeps also on hand and sir Sale at the lowest Cash prices chop bran shorts to they ate also prepared to do All kinds of Vostok Srsa work for Farmers and others at the very shortest possible notice and in Vita All to give them a trial. The Moe binary of the Mill is entirely new and of the latest and most improved kind. By strict attention to business and fait dealing they hops to Merit a share of Public patronage. Wheat Eye cob Oats &e., bought for which the highest Lebanon Market prices will be paid. Franklin Walter. Nov. 20,1861. William Focht. Sew Libby stable. Reme undersigned respectfully informs the Public that i he has opened a new i very stable at mrs. A rises hotel Market Street Leb it. Anon where he will keep for the Noha Public accommodation a Good Stockh Gosf of horses and vehicles. He it Lilke Pegi and desired. Lebanon. Jii1y17.1s6l. By us. James March. Bowman Hauer a of Fps a / jct hmm bit Yeh r a this Way a i you want cheap lumber. The undersigned have lately formed a partnership for the purpose of engaging in the lumber business on a new plan would respectfully inform the Public at Largo that their Plano of business is David sow Vatrt sold lumber Yard in East Lebanon fronting on Chestnut Street one Square from the evangelical Church. They have enlarged the Yard and of lied it with anew and excellent assortment of Al kinds of lumber boards flanks joists lairs shindigs am scantling of All lengths and thicknesses in Short they keep Oon on. Hand a full and Woli Semond assortment of Nown materials. Pms Otte in want i one Are invited to Coll examine their h�slpmturo�4w Hope that to attention a o bus Faroe and moderate prices to Merit a continuance Fly Public , Haber a Cap. Lebanon. September 6,1860. 1polilla. Amp Reading Railroad. Lebanon Val i Ley Branch. Two daily passenger trains to read a ing and Harrisburg. Xja88 Lebanon going East to Reading.at9.43-a. Mgt it and 2.45 v. A pus Lebanon going West the Hor Risburg at 7.04 p. A and 12.10 p. My at Reading Bath trains make close connexion for Philadelphia Pottsville Tamaqua Danville. Williamsport a. A. Morning train Only connects at Reading for Wilkes Barre Pittston and Scranton at Harrisburg trains connect with a snort be Central a and a Cumberland Matiey railroads for Pittsburg Lancaster Baltimore sunburn Chambers. Felt to amp a might Oke ii to Lancaster in no. 1 cars $160, to �1 Tref Blasage allowed to each passenger. The Pocono Claro care run with All the above trains. Thro Uii Farot class tickets at reduced rate to Niagara Falls. A state Detroit Ohio ego and All the principal Points in the West North West and Canadas and Emi Grant tickets at la wer Fores to All above places can be �3ton application to the station agent of Lebanon trough Fps Raass Coupon tickets and Emigrant tickets at reduced Fores to All the principal Points in the North and West and the Canadas a a n commutation tickets with 23 coupons at 26 pet cent discount Between any polite ,ilr0e tiok�t3,. Good for 2�00 Milesi Between All polite at of each Vamp mall no and by Alnass firme. I s. Vol. 13-n0. 32. Lebanon pa., wednesday january 29, 1862. Vijole no. 658. Hattig. A lesson Worth enshrining. A Lessen in itself Sublime a lesson Worth enshrining is this a i take no note of time save when the Sun is these motto word o Dia bore. Ana Wisdom never pre amp cues to human hearts a bettor lore Bla Short Sec Tasee teaches i. Is Comet fms a Bright and fair and dark and lonely. Let us forget its toil and Cara. And note its Bright hours Only. There is no Grove on Earth a Broad Chart but has some Bird to cheer it so Hope sings on in every heart Ito nah we Mav not Bear it Alth and if to Day the heavy wind of sorrow is oppressing. A Paph mice to Mertow a i Sun will bring the Yeary heart amp Blessing. For Ufa is sometimes Bright and fair and sometimes dark and lonely then let s forget us toll and care and note its Bright hours Only we bid the joyous moments haste and then forget their glitter i we take the Cap of life and taste no portion but the bitter but we shot go teach our hearts to deem. Its Sheet out drops and Atron Gost an amp Jde Osim amp Houra a bold t6 llngee0dntl us Longerato As Bra Atud Felt. And sometimes dark and lonely let us forget its toil and care. And note its Bright hours duly. The darkest shadows of the night Are just before the morning then let us Watt the coming Light All Boneless phantoms scorning and while we re passing on the tide of time s fast be tog River let s Pluck the blossoms by its Side and bless the gracious Oiver. A As use is sometimes Bright and fair and sometimes dark and lonely we should forget us pain and care and note its Bright hours Only. I Isth Hans the Rose 0fjlei� Valley. Murder a a help a of help Tiow Sharp and fearfully distinct that cry ran out on the Midnight air but there were none to hear it except the two ruffians who pressing still closer to their victim bore him heavily to the ground. A he is dead a said the oldest one placing his hand upon the heart of the wounded Man. Who Lay up fan the ground a without sense or motion. A we had better make sure of it a said the other significantly pointing to the River at a Short distance. His companion understood him. And without a word on either Side they lifted up the body and carried it to the River. There was a heavy splash something that sounded like a stifled groan and the Broad Waters rippled quietly Over it the Moon looked Down As calmly and placidly As if crime and murder were things unknown. The two men then mounted their horses and Rode swiftly away. A this is a Good nights Job said the Shorter and younger of the two. Air a jul go so a returned the other dryly a As it gives you one of the richest earldom in May and by my Knightly Faith you shall find that the Earl of Egbert on is not ungrateful a said the the thousand pounds shall be yours to Morrow and if there is anything else i Cati do for you you May consider me to the full extent of my Power. A a there will be a merry bridal tomorrow said h i companion. A very replied the younger one with a slight mocking laugh. A lady Blanche will wait Long at the altar for her Lover and As for my Good Cousin Walter who has been my rival in love and ambition 1�?Tu warrant hell sleep As sound to night As he would were he pillowed in her arms but we must separate Here be added As they emerged from the Forest into the open country. A we must not be seen together. Adieu we shall meet to Morrow at the bridal a and so saying to turned the head of his horse into one of the two roads that were before them and his companion taking the other the parted a % in an elegant boudoir Tolj to View ing upon a Low Couch was of Tiryoung girl of not More than Twenty Summers apparently in deep her thoughts were very pleasant for there is a half smile around her Mouth in expression of thoughtful and sub Dued tenderness in the deep Blue eyes and on the smooth open brow. Her maid who bad Ente cd some minutes before but who had hesitated to disturb her now approaches. A it is nearly ten lady Blanche 8he said addressing her Young mistress a half a hour the guests will be can it be possible that it is so late As Liat a she replied starting from her seat. A a a Martha i am so very a heaven Grant that it May last lady said Martha solemnly. A Shadow fell Acme the Young girls sunny face. <1 am afraid i am too Happy for it to she said thoughtfully. A but come Martha she added gaily a your skillful fingers must be More than usually nimble or i shall be late at my bridal.�?T, it did not take Mart along to Loop Back those clustering curls Andi to arrange the shining folds that fell so gracefully around that exquisitely moulded form j yet she had hardly finished when there was an impatient Knock at the door and a Man entered whose bowed form and White hair bore the impress of extreme old age. It was lord can Tref. He gazed upon his daughter for a moment with an expression of mingled Pride and pleas Are. A a heaven bless Yon my beloved child he murmured fondly. A but come he added a the Carriage is waiting my love and our friends Are growing in a has not Walter been Here yet father inquired the Young girl �?~2fo/ replied her whet a a it is is Poth or strange but i suppose something has detained will probably meet us at the As Blanche passed Down through the group of slivered servants that lined the Hall every one anxious to catch a glimpse of the Bride Many a heart blessed her Sweet face and prayed that air the Bright anticipations its smiles and blushes shadowed Forth might be realized. To lord can Tref s Surprise the Earl of Egbert on was not. At the Church door when they arrived fits. Brow grew dark with anxiety though he endeavoured to allay the apprehensions of his daughter whose Cheeks alternately flushed and paled at her embarrassing position just As they wer about to return lord can Tref noticed a horseman approaching at a furious Pace whom he to cognized As or. St. Croix. Tie Young Earl . His clothes were torn and Dusty and inst face Pale and Haggard As he Buru edly alighted irom Bis. Horse which was covered with sweat and foam. As his Eye fell upon lady Blanche to hesitated and casting a significant glance upon lord can Tref beckoned him aside. But this movement did not escape the observation of lady Blanche Whoso Cheek grew Pale from fear. A lit is from Walter a she exclaimed breaking from her attendants and following her father. A Teil added wildly addressing st. Croix a is to ill dead a a be Cha my dear child said lord can Tref soothingly whose countenance betrayed great agitation a the Young Earl is not dead Only missing. It is to to hoped that he will yet be Blanche made no reply but fell Pale and gasping into her fathers arms who quickly conveyed her to the Carriage. Many of the bystanders gathered around st. Croix anxious to know the cause of this scene. From the narration he gave they gathered that the Earl had disappeared no one knew whither. That there was no cd he to his Fate excepting his horse which came Home a Tew minutes after Midnight with dark stains of blood upon his breast and sides. The grief and horror with which st. Croix narrated these circumstances produced a very favourable impression on those who heard him for he was next of Kin to the Earl and upon his death would come into Possession of the earldom. # Jjck my child said lord can Tref afew months after who was in close and Earnest conference with his daughter �?~1 would not urge you to take this step were i not assured that it would result in your ultimate a i done to it fut it father said lady Blanche languidly but somehow the very thought is repulsive to me. I never liked or. St Croix and cannot say i like him any better since his accession to his new honors. There is to my womanhood instinct something treacherous and cruel in the very glance of his Eye and sound of his voice.�?T. A you Are prejudiced my daughter said her father a i see nothing of this. Indeed i believe him to be an honorable , and in every respect worthy of you. You have no brother he added solemnly As his daughter made no reply a and will soon have no father for my race is nearly run. It grieves me to leave you Soiu protect de and it would take the last sting from death cupid i see you lord leg Borton a a a a let it be As you Sav. Father a replied lady by m of e indifferently since Walter is dead. I care Little what becomes of me.�?T. A the Eari has been waiting some time to see you Blanche he continued May he come in and receive your consent from your own lips v lady Blanche inclined her head and m a few moments the wily Man was by her Side. A i have no heart to give you a she s Idin reply to Bis e 1 Leat Pio Testi Lipfung her eyes calmly to his face but my hand is yours whenever you choose to claim it. most devoted. And tender love can win your heart it cannot fail to be mine dear Tho Earl softly. A nay. Lord said lady Blanche firmly it will Avail All the heart that i have is buried in Walters grave. Yet i Promise that All 1 can give you shall be yours any Day you Earl murmured a few words of thanks and then raising her hand respectfully to his lips turned away and mounting his horse Rode map idly toward Egbert on Hall his heart full of exultation at his Success. As he was passing a narrow defile a form wrapped in a Large cloak suddenly crossed Bis path startling Bis horse so that he nearly threw him off from his Saddle. With a muttered imprecations he turned toward the of intruder. A it is i Edward st. Croix a said a deep hollow voice and throwing Bank the cloak Tho Pale right of Tho Moon fell upon the tall form of a woman Clad in a strange fantastic her flashing eyes were Black As Midnight As also were the heavy masses of disordered hair that fell below her Waist her complexion was dark even to a Swart Hiness. Yet in spite of her wierd unearthly aspect there was something m the general contour of her face which showed that she had onco possessed More than common Beauty. It Ardelle a exclaimed st. Croix astonished. A nay Edward said the woman with a Low it bitter laugh a not the Loving and trustful Argylle whom Yon Lared by your vile arts from her Happy Home but Cleopatra Tho Gipsy Queen a in i thou Glit to stammered the you thought me As you intended me to be dead she said interrupting him with a still More Bittor laugh. A but my Friend Poison does not always kill even when administered by so practice a hand As to Tarsi i have had Many a antidote such As you gave me of the night of our last meeting 1�?T a a. A a you Are talking at random woman a said the Eari Stehly recover ing in a measure Bis self Possession. A what is that you want it ion Eye a not for worlds would i Toueh your Gold Edward st Croix a a exclaimed Gipsy Queen with a haughty gesture a red As it is with the blood of the innocent no i come to warn you Man that the cup of vengeance is nearly full that the Soril of Justice is1 ready even now to descend upon your head 1 go and instead of fulfilling the wicked purpose that is in your heart tonight mount Steed and escape to some far country and there by a life of penitence strive to retrieve the past a Are Yon mad woman to address such language to me a exclaimed the Eari angrily. A nay Hoar me out said the Gipsy Queen calmly. To Morrow is to be your bridal Day is it not that is to witness 3 our marriage with the Beautiful lady Blanche a a it is replied her companion a grim smile of satisfaction flitting across his face at the recollection. A woe to the Dove when it mates with the Hawk a said the Gipsy. Edward st. Croix was not the earldom enough for thee that thou must Lay thy blood stained bands also upon the betrothed of. Thy murdered cons in v. St. Croix fairly reeled upon his Saddle. A what do you v to gasped. A nay be Calm said the woman mockingly As she observed his Agi. Tation a let not your Craven heart Tail you now. Dead men Tell no the Moon that beheld that deed of blood the River that received the body of the victim have no Tongue to accuse Jou. Yet there is one whose eyes were upon you and whose vengeance will surely overtake you. Go i warn you to flee from the Wrath that is coming t the Earl remained some seconds with his eyes fixed intently upon the spot where the woman disappeared. The cold sweat started out in Large drops upon his face and his limbs Shook As if seized with an ague fit. A she is no woman he muttered to himself As he spurred his horse Onward a but a very fiend but were she twice the fiend that she is should not tand Between me and my promised Bride a he reached Egbert on Hall in safely and endeavoured with Large draughts of wine to drown at recollection of the scene thro ugh which he had just past. But it was in vain those Black Oyes seemed to be burning into his very soul and the tones of that strange mysterious warning still sounded in his ears. A Eshaw a he exclaimed after an ineffectual Effort to banish it from his mind it is a Mere suspicion on her Jimart she Cau know nothing,about,.it. But let her too beware Lor if she crosses my path again i will Send her where her babbling Tongue will be quiet for the future a a once More lord can Tref s mansion is All Bustle and activity. The Bells ring Forth a merry peal for it is the. Bridal Day of the sole daughter of. His House the Ladji Blauche Thek oae of Gien Valley. A a Munhui of mingled pita dad migration filk Tjho Chuilli As the Bride entered. Her face was almost As Pale As was tie costly veil whose ample folds fell nearly to her feet and bore the impress of deep seated melancholy. She looked Moro like a Corpse than a Bride and Tho. Whole proceeding resembled far More a funeral than a bridal the bridegroom soon entered. Whoso Haggard countenance indicated that he had passed a sleepless Wight no murmurs followed his Entrance even among his own retainers. For to bore no resemblance to the late Earl his predecessor whose affable and engaging manners had made him a general favorite. His Morosco unsocial disposition and haughty beam no Mado him both disliked amp nil feared. Asho took his place of lady Blanche he looked Little like a. Happy bridegroom his manner was abstracted and his Eye wore an anxious and restless expression and several times he gave a Sharp burned glance around the Church As it Foanna to meet Domoj unexpected guest. He grew Calmer however when the ceremony the old Rector bade those who knew cause or just impediment Why those two persons should not be joined together in holy Matrimony to declare it it was considered by those who heard it As a More matter of form and they were startled by the sound of a deep hollow voice in their midst which said. A hold i i forbid the the bridegroom turned toward the place whence it proceeded. He started and grew Pale As his glance fell upon the Swarthy brow eyes of Cleopatra the Gypsy Queen. Unabashed by his angry glance or a the Many eyes fixed upon her she exclaimed Bildiy. A i proclaim Edward st. Croix falsely called the Earl of Egbert on to be a forsworn Lover a treacherous Kinsman and. My Viderer and therefore no fitting mate for the pure and gentle lady Blanche a it is false she is mad a said the Earl hoarsely. A let the ceremony a a _ it a. A fool a muttered the woman a you your own destruction. Walter Earl of Egbert on she added impressively turning toward a Man who sat in the Back part of the Church muffled up in a cloak a come Forward and prove the truth of mjg assertion.�?T. At these words the Man arose and throwing Back the cloak revealed a face which though Pale and ghastly Boro a Strong resemblance to the 3�?Toung Earl s. Then walking deliberately up the. Aisle he approached the altar and fixed his eyes sternly upon the countenance of the guilty Man. When st. Croix a Oyes fell up on him he stood like one transfixed with horror. Then throwing his arms wildly above his head As if to protect himself from further approach lie fell heavily to it the floor blood gushing feb in Hist a put i arid no Friis. All but one of that horror stricken group supposed it to be Tho spirit of the unfortunate Eari which had returned to take vengeance on his murderer and feared to approach but lady Blanche Rushing Forward threw herself wildly upon the bosom of her Lover obtaining convincing proof As she did so. From the warm kisses that fell upon her Cheeks and lips that t was Jio spirit but her own Walter when Tey lift d st. Croix from the place where he had fallen the 7 found that life had Dewaite 1. It seems that the wounds Given to the Young Earl were not As ins murderers supposed mortal. His plunge into tie River instead of Erdei in his death certain restored him to consciousness and when he arose to the surface he made a desperate Effort to regain the Shore. In this he -would.not, probably have been successful for he was verj7 weak from the loss of blood had it not been for Tho Gipsy Queen who was crossing the River in a boat with some of her followers. She picked him up convey a a him to her tent and with the most devoted and tender care nursed him through the Long and dangerous illness . The Eari on his recovery became aware of his Cousy Dos usurpation of his estates and title also of his betrothal to the lad 7 Blanche but retaining a grateful sense of his indebtedness to the heroic woman to whom he owed Bis life and who in spite of All still cherished a Strong affection for. His treacherous Cousin he allowed her to warn him hoping that it would induce him to Quot flee the country delay ing for that purpose his appearance until the very last moment. Their a another Bidal a it up Point d at when the a were Happy smiling face the lady Blanche to e Beautiful Rose of Glen Valley gave her hand to Walter. Earl of Egbert on at the altar of the Ivy Clad Church of Stoka can Tref. the Earl and the countess tried to induce Cleopatra the Gypsy Queen to Settle Down in the neat pleasant co Tage the Earl had Given her. But the 7 could not prevail upon her to give up her roving life to which she was so strongly attached. She made it a Rule however to visit Egbert on Hall Oneo a year and the Eari gave strict injunctions to All of his tenants that neither she nor her followers should Ever be molested Many j ears have elapsed since the events Here recorded but in re Mem Branco of the services rendered bj7 the Gypsy Queen any member of that wandering tribe who visits Tho neighbourhood has always a hospitable to a Epton from the descendants of Tho Itose of Gien Valley. A family Park for town a no country is printed and published weekly by pm. M. Breslin 34 Story or a Suick a nor by iding Omatie Miaad is at tto a amp Flor ii fifty create a year.49�?�advkbtl8kstmi Inee Ted at the Aua Fratoe. The Prlenda of the and the Public Groeb Aey,-er�.i4ep6mfuuy in their order. As handbills printed at As hours in tree. Able to establish the least difference Between the two kinds of this opinion of Larrey was Accord with that of several of fits Hal leagues. Accordingly the Cou d not by theft fixations of the surgeon of his Gaa cd a he named him president of a court. Of inquiry and said to him with some roughness of manner a go air you will make me your observations officially go fulfil your duty.�?�. The inquiry lasted seven Ampf Tys and was made with All the Alt no ios All the care imaginable by a let end Gens to whose court of inquiry Watt a Superior officer of the staff an officer of gendarmerie and the grand Prevost of the army. The examination of the wounded demonstrated that Tho sores on the hands proceeded from a want of habit in the management of arms. Thus the Soldier of the third rank in firing rested fix voluntarily the barrel of the a tip in their comrades of the first rank wounded Thorn in this More or Lesa grievously. In the hurry of the action they also wounded themselves involuntarily a the illustrious surgeon their defender seve asat times under the Circum Stahn a Ife Nally it is to be noted that at the Battles of Lutscher and Wurt Sehen the Young soldiers accused charged Toje enemj7 in each taking the Hills Aad consequently that they had always the hands elevated in holding their guns obliged As they were to Point them upwards towards the enemy. The projectile would thus reach the hands of the conscripts Behrij the nearest object in front. Each wounded Soldier made his report. The inquiry was right and the result was a proof beyond doubt that All the wounds in the hands were received involuntarily. When the labor of the inquiry was at an end Larrey repaired to Napoleon who said to him a Well sir �o7 you still persist in. Your opinion the answer of Larry was a i do More sire i come to prove it to your majesty these Brave youths have been Unworthily column rated i have passed much time in a most rigid examination and i have been unable to find one of them guilty. There is not one of these Young men who has not Maide his own report numerous files of papers follow me. Your majesty ban order the examination of Napoleon then walked with Hasty Steps As he often did when he was agitated but appeared very Happy to learn that his soldiers were innocent and. Very much satisfied above All with the to Ftp ended and straightforward manner in which his surgeon in chief bad made him know the truth. Then he suddenly stopped and with emotion took the hand of Larrey addressing to that Man so courageous and just these words a Adieu Monsieur Larry Happy indeed is a Sovereign in having near him a Man like you they will carry my orders to Baron Larrey received that night the portrait of the emperor enriched with diamonds and a pension of 3,000 francs Firo Brthel of Baron Larraya Short prayer. Boston Jan 14,1868 messes editors a i enclose a form of petition to Congress that the people Here a re a a Tensive by signing somewhat to annoyance of abolitionists who so Era to think no one ha3 a right to speak his mind to Congress but themselves. This is pure a y a business document emanating of crap those who feel to Jat there interests Are suffering for. Want of attention who feel a Pride in the credit of the country on theone hand and who have claims on the Treasury on the other. It cannot probably be said of it by or. Sumner As of a former petition sent from Here contrary to his views that the signers could not have had time to read , respectfully. Massachusetts january 1862. To the and ho08e of representatives is Congress assembled y the undersigned citizens of the United st tee Pray you to drop the negro question and attend to the business of the country. It would be Well to Start the same petition in Lebanon. Ilo Niblic a malnic a. A Quot sufferings and cannibalism of an Amer a ican whaler s boat s Crew. The st. John daily news of Decem but 6, has an account of the sufferings of John f. Sullivan bails mass., and his companions deserters from the whales ups Daniel Webster and Ansel Gibbs of new Bedford in Cumberland Straits on tho4th of August last the n Era Newas Whiten by Gullwan. The writer saj7s that lie had no reason for leaving the ship Only that he w is not sufficiently provided against the cold non Horn climate and ivr3. Afraid of dying by l scurvy. The Crew o the Ansel Gibbs i comp lated of bad treatment. They were John Giles boat steered John Martin Hiram j. Davis Willard Hawkins Thomas Colwell Joseph Fisher and Samuel Fisher who with Sullivan a and ins shipmate Warren Dutton constituted the resorting party they stole a boat from the Ansel Gibbs into which they managed to place a very Small Quantity of provisions two guns and a Little ammunition and 6tood across the Straits. They left Tho vessels in latitude 65-59, about five Miles from Penny Harbor. On the fourth Day out thej7 with the barque Geo. Henry capt. Cuddington of. New London who offered to take them All on Board but they declined. He gave them some provisions which were augmented by a Duck and Tlle hindquarters of a White Bear they a managed to shoot before they made Resolution Island where their provisions became nearly exhausted. On the 20th of August at Cape Chi Leigh they had nothing but mushrooms and berries to live upon. And Here Hawkins and Davis ran away from the party away everything that was useful belonging to the bdat., after an attempt to leave the place which was prevented by. Stormy weather they landed again and hat ton died . Narra live of Sullivan Saju so this evening he died Samuel Fisher proposed to eat him y he took Iris knife and Cut a piece off the thigh and held it Over the fire until it was cooked. Then next morning each one followed his example after that the meat was taken off the Bones and each Man took a share. We stopped Bere three Days. We a Start but the wind be fog Ahe acl we were Pompello d to put Back Quot fierce. We-8topped two More Days. During that time the Bones were broken up Small and boiled in a pot or Kettle that we had also the Skull was broken open the trains taken out and cooked. We then got a four wind but As we got around a Point we had the wind very fresh off a Shore we could hardly manage Tho Bott at last to drove of an Island some ways out to sea a got the boat under Lee of it Blit the same night we had a Large Jioje Stoye into her. Being unable to Hauler up we stayed Here eight Days it was on this Island they tried to murder me. The third Day we stopped Here i was out As usual picking berries or anything i could find to eat coming in i chanced to pick up a mushroom. I brought it in with me also an armful of Wood to keep. While kneeling Down to Cook the mushroom i received a heavy blow of a club from Joseph Fisher and before i could get on my feet i got three More blows. I then managed to get on my feet when Samuel Fisher get hold of my right Arm then Joseph a a Isher struck me three More blows on the Arm. I somehow got away from them and being half crazy 1 did not know what to do. They made for me again i kept begging of them for gods Sake to spare my life but they would not listen to my cries. They said they wanted some meat and were bound to kill me. I had. Nothing coi ild defend myself with but a Maii knife this i held in my hand till they approached me. Samuel Fisher was the. First to come towards me he bad a Large Dirk knife in his hand his Eosin was coming from another direction with a club and a Stone. Samuel and grasped me by the shoulder and had his knife raised to Stab me. I then raised my knife and stabbed him in the Throat he Irti mediately fell and i then made a step for Joe but he dropped his club and went up to where the rest were. I then stooped Down to see if Samuel was dead to was st Iii Siivo i began to cry after a Little while the rest told to to come up they would see there was nothing More done t me i had received oui deep cuts in the head one of the Fellows for me. And washed the blood off my face next Day Samuel 1 is her died his Cousin was the first one to Cut him up his body was used up the same As my unfortunate shipmates. After a while to managed to repair the boat a id Lef t to e Island Vav e ran m where we thought was Mainland but it proved to be an Island hero we left the boat and proceed cd on foot walking about one mile adaj7. Ai last we reached the other Side of the Island in about four Days then put bade again to the boat. It took us f or u i to get Back a Hen we got there to found the boat Strveve by bad since we left her. We tried to get around the Roland in her. But she sunk when we got into her we then left her. And went Back again to the other Side of the Island to remain there until to should die or be picked up. We ate our belts boots a and she Ellis. And a number of Bear and Seal skin articles we had with us. To add to our misery it commenced to rain and kept up for three Dajos it then began to Snow. In this miserable condition were picked up by a boat s Crew of Esqui Maux on the 29th of september and brought to Skoke on the 3d of october. The missionaries did All that Lay in their Power to help us along and provided us with food and clothing then sent us to Nam where we met the a doctor a Davis who was picked up three Dajos before we were. He reported that his companion died and told Many false stories after he was picked up. The above thrilling narrative has the air of Romance rather than reality and some of Tho circumstances appear very improbable but As the an. Sel Gibbs which arrived at new Bedford on Tho 12th o f last november reported the desertion of set in of her Crew with a whaleboat in the Arctic regions at the Date Aboye Given the Mam facts of the Story Are doubtless True. The misguided seamen suffered Quot fearfully in consequence of their Fotij / j involuntary wounds in a Battle a a a during Tho he at of Tho action a number of very Young men bad one or More fingers carried away. Hence it was situated that they had voluntarily wounded themselves in order to be discharged from the service. All those who had then hands run through by balls of the fingers carried away became subject to the this infamous calumny disquieted Napoleon. And also made him indignant. To gave orders that the men who wer6 maimed should be assembled in the custom House about a Kilometre from Bautzen. The number of those was 2,732. Larrey was unwilling that credit should be Given to. The Asousa Tion brought against his unfortunate countrymen. However when the emperor asked him whether it was possible to distinguish the wounds in of rioted by an enemy for wifi self inflicted. Wounds All circumstances being equal to Baid a no1 medical officer Weild i it a it among the stories told of general Nelson one of the Best of the Federal com a Manders in Kentucky is the following a while visiting the guard of a neighbouring regiment a few Days since he noticed the absence of the officer in command and demanded his presence we Hereupon a very Unmil itary like figure enveloped in. A shawl appeared. \ a general Nelsons beg Yout Pardon air 1 1 want the officer of the guard a a officer i am officer of the guard a sir. A general Nelsons take off that shawl a f mysterious stranger divest Hiu it self of the shawl / it now sir where is your sword a a officer in my tent. A a general Nelsons put it on sir. A stand up now. Take the position of a Soldier and Salute your Superior officer. Very Well done sir quite Correct now deliver your sword to my adjutant general and report yourself under arrest negro troops in Canada. The following is a Canadian War advertisement was was i was a a to tee 001 0sed population a the coloured mule inhabit pts of Gnu vice and the surround a ing country desirous of joining her. Majesty a Loyal Volunteer militia Oan do �0 by calling. At 1 my office where the service role a to it lying for signatures when a amp molsted the comp adj a will be office red. S Amajan. Vol danuville#de�ea$i,x$63,. We sum and. To see that the col red a people Are moving and it is Likely that in it a few Days they will Complete a Strong military organization. The coloured company at Halifax is very efficient and one of the Best Gazette. A 80 it would seem that the elation of Canada Are to become Pratti i Cally the allies of Jeff Davis and their a toasters against their benevolent Friend to amp is amp afr

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