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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 8, 1857, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaBy we. M. , pa., wednesday j-uly8, 1837. Terms�?$1,30 a year. Saving Pun d w 0� vim a National safety Trust co. New York advertisements. From Albert g. Richardson s advertising mid correspondence office so Road Way new York. T a i third to of a it uni Larty or and to the Day of with. Ful nut str car. j struck. . Jux Cuil la Okat let i v u Momiy u in my a nor two Paul from the div it draw. The Follro opon front 0 of Clatk in the morning till 7 of clock in slut Ulm Reg nude on monday a i Thum Lov of Ching. Fill i it o clock. Interest live per cent. All bums Large of Szutu Are pied Back in Gold on do nth Tel without not Lee. To and at mint. _ lion Hon Mill items tar , Hotl Kut Ludue Vico a Ros tout we. �1, Keo Secretary directors. G. Lint Greih mums a in Ruil uru Ier a loss Ali ii. Harry Henry h. Churchman Francis Lee. Business entirely to Thero if onry l. Tennor Kew str Ltd ,. Carter Hubert Sci fridge Samuel k. Ashton Juma ii Smith Tilia company confines it. Of Money on int uhme. The invest Meata amount plug to nearly a one million and a half of dollars a per published report of assets tin Siniuta in conform Ity with the provisions of the charter in Kraii estate Mouth asks. Ol5uu.ni i kits. And such first class securities As will always ensure perfect Security to the depositors and which cannot Antt to Sivu pen Lien by Ami stability to the institution Piny �?~27.1857. A Lebanon Mutual insurance Conidia try. of Ute is the Ltd of a. Charter perpetual. Office at Jonestown Lebanon county. �aa7�i a a a it j a a company is now Lull organized and a i Ai Iduate excesses a too Long residence in Liot clip jul us. X Ertuly to Lilko insurance on All kinds of it has restored bodily a my sexual strength and vigor to Fia Zelton amp Brothers piano Forte manufacturers no. 209, Centre Street new. York Vaj Herf. My be found a Superior assortment of piano Fortes in Plain and ornamental cases from 6 to 7% octaves of the Best materials pronounced by distinguished artists to be unsure Dag de. Ivill be sold on reasonable terms and Warran Ramo stand in any climate a orders from Thi country promptly attended to and each piano guru ranted to Civit Santisi ution. If not so the returned to us we refunding the Money and freight. At the or oaf exhibition at ibo Crystal Palace n. A. 1853, a prize Mijal was awarded to Lla Zeitou amp Brothers for the Superior Quality of their piano Fortes which were tested in touch tone Equality and durability of t n n of and placed in the highest Onule by the following distinguished artists Avilliah a Norris chairman on musical instruments Tulien Max Maretick w. Ii. Fry r. S. Willis t. Blis Feldt z. Sci Guy a Emeli us Dirac Dwight jury on musical instruments George to. Bristow. Sue rotary eur musical instruments May 13, js67.�?2 . A. Important to consumptive. Man v valuable lives Hutu been saved by Laukman Clark it goes genuine cob liver Oil which in a1 human probability would have been lost but for its timely use. A 11 is no quack Medicine hut the pure Gil made with the utmost cure from the fresh cod fish livers and is recommended by the Europe unit America and 1ms proved by ten years experience the must valuable remedy for consumption Ami scr Fula Ever discovered for while it cures Tho disease it Iner Cas of the health and strength of the patient. A there is a great Deni of spurious Oil a Duli rented with Seal Ali whale Oil a which instead of by befitting injures Ilia patient by Dorti Nging the digestive organs but being cheaper is by unprincipled Era fins palmed off for genuine. Notice that Liege Man Clark amp cos signature is Over the work. Awl thy Engle nil mortar on Tho Label Fin Rimo the death of win. L. , our late partner there has been an article culled Kush on a Putin the Market which is in no Way connected with it. U. Amp co., or ii. C. Amp co. And thousands who had used other Oil without Success have been restored to health by the genuine Oil of our manufacture. Sold by All respectable Urh Grism. My 6, 1sb7.�?iui�? Lebanon female Seminary. Bsh be object of this institution is to iia it pm a Vouk ladies a thorough education and thus prepare them for the faithful discharge of he various duties to which they maybe called in life. Experienced teachers have been employed who will give instruction in All the branches of a Good King education Matix greek French music painting and drawing. Arrangements have been made for. Boarding nil from the country or from a distance who May desire to Avail themselves of the advantages offered. For any further information address either Rev. Augustus c. Wedekind guardian and visitor or Legh r. Baugher principal. We also refer to the faculty of Pennsylvania College Gettysburg a. J Rev. H. S. Miller Levi Kline Jacob b. Weidman Charles Gretna Walt Henry amp Stine and others having daughters in the school. Lebanon september 10,18sfi. A a. Jew mul important Mhz covery in Lite science of Medicine. Pat st office Skal of Bill latin dipi.o-31k do Kolk tie p1lvrmacii3 in har Mackin do fauns and Imp uial cull go of Sik Diches Vienna. Suit Whol i ale and retail by Jar a a. Barrow member of the Imp i College of Vienna and Boyal College of surgeon1, London who maybe personally consult Tai at Bis residence 157 Prince Ati get few blocks West of Broadway Kew York from 11 a. 51, till 2 p. M. And from 4 till 8 p. 51. Sundays excepted unless by appointment Trie Semar no. 1, 7i? a remedy for Bela Matlou Perfator Rhea and nil the property in Toiven or country and on As favourable terms As tiny Well governed and Quot Sale company either on the Mutual or joint Stock principle la Rosi Flettie Joii Bux web Esq. Vice president a. Of Kaumans. Treasurer Tino. F. . . A. Bauduy. Directors. Thousands who Are now in the enjoyment of health Ami the functions of manhood Ami whatever May to the cause or disqualifications for Mut Ringe they Are effectually subdued. Trie Semar no. 2, completely until entirely Erad intes All traces of Gonor Hau both in its build and aggravated forms Gleet a strip Tures irritation of the Ihu Ducr non retention of the i urine. Pains of Tho loins and kidneys and those Lisner. Tier for which cop Airi and cd bibs Liucc so Long been i to bought an antidote. Trie Semar no. 3, is the great Continental a Kempy for Siple is and secon Dary symptoms. 31 also constitutes a certain Are for Tuzii Brunner a it it incl Brown it. M. Kor Tunny a a Pololu i it Esh Riuo. K. Meily a Tohn Arndt. _ a a a a it w ���.,. I nut til i a or a Kra pts a toy a a. X. And expelling in Itsey urse from the vital Dii Uiol la Hoyer 11. 11, Bei Uio. I Stream so is altogether to eradicate tie viru of cd com a it. u Tho agent for Lebanon. A and expel it by a is pirate on through the me a to la a inv it nil times to found at his of lieu in dim of Tho pores of Tho skin and urine. Quot a Ifim it a 0 never failing remedy for that class of disorders i n to i i 1 which English physicians treat Vilh Mercury to the in j a Jmie Stew ii. July we 1 Bob. A editable Destruf Tiou of the Pantie Ute a Constitution and pm a a a a a a a which �11 the Sarsaparilla in the world cannot remove i Init a it Nellsie works. I Tuik Samui no a 2 and 3, Are prepared in the form of apr Olte he Lebi Inen Valley r. A depot Leb is a non county pit. 1 separate doses As administered by yol a us Lilleman i Boux. Skord. Ac., �fee., Price $3 each or four eases in to. A p. To. Wki.m1�r. Pro pricier Mentone for 0, which saves $3, Anil in �27 cases whereby facture steam engines from 1 to 300 j there is a saving of �9. Power of the latest style., nut pattern with All. Oft,&Quot"�?~i.�?osntomce of a a Saint. T Seul of the Ereole de the Mut Leru no Prtt vein ends. A Alda Superior port j Furi nod Holm Crial Coll goof Vienna Able engines with link motion Vii pc gear ure affixed Ripon each wrapper and around Taeb Lou stud to wheels for Haw Mills. Would sawing a Lomita Tiunis arc liable it it the severest penalties of the luvs and hoisting purposes. Particular attention is. Arrangements Earble or Harrow to Forwe immediately. On receiving a remittance the $9 and Lar 3.�m�aug. I Ges of Trie Semar free of Carriage to any part of druggists and persons wanting a Small amount of. Tju Ccu Vury packed and properly addressed thus Power. They take up a very Small Spau Aud can he put do in a room us a household fixture. Also blowing. Engines and machinery for an thai cite and other blast furnaces of improved construction. Forge hammers of p. L. Weimar s patents i lolling mu1,_ sawing a suing and Hiis urine genuine european a reparations and Protection tha Public from Spuri Biss and per Kious imitations. Attendance and consultation Fruci 11 a. I. Till 2 p. In. And from 4 till 8 in the evening. 157 Prince tiv Fuet a few blocks West of Broadway new York. 5isyti,l857-ly. A a flu Rizig Mill fixtures mining pumps hoist i 111 till la Olill ill Lupca Sittg slip Phituk by for Minns Ami Stone i marries j Krliu Rcv Itu Irlond cars Iron Bridges shafting hungers pulleys turning lathes Drill presses planing machines Brasa Stop barks Valvet and brass f. Fixtures to Lolohe steam valves of All sizes Utu. Machinery and castings of every description. J also in tellers of tiny size form and weight j undo of the Best material by Well known and sex \ it Ert need workmen smoke stacks water tanks do As blues Hunters and Sheet Iron work of every a description. Our bolter shoots Are All tested by dividing them into squares of 2 inches and hammering each Square any imperfection is thus do j tec cd and the faulty Sheet rejected this sprue j Tisco in very few shops in this country a Ai. I. in i.i1�. 7111 d i afe�1i 11 muts a Welty Nyk Felt Clint. Discount in first class l engravings will be a nude until further notice on All Rasli Pix Host of. Looking glasses picture frames Engrao Tigs artists materials <�-c., which will be foil of Flo urdu Tiou lit. The lowk8t mab Kkt pricks Aud the privilege of Stdot King said deduction from in inn Ulusc Stock and variety of a a Fine engravings Given to each purchaser. In our looking Glass department May Holiad every pm Quot to of pier Walt and Man lie mirrors portrait and picture frames cornices bases. Also a Stock of wrought fron pipe for steam Gas and water with All the necessary fixture con 1 ,. I a. A no a i. T in a in feb a of. T a four own exclusive manufacture from Choice and o stantly on band and put up at the. Hoi to. T o or in not elsewhere to be obtained and of us tie and on most reasonable terms. Iron brass j up for Quality. A and composition a Iota castings made to order a Jucar Fin Art department will be found first class att ii shortest notice \ a Al amp to repairing attended to. With to Roff pm Ness and pcs Paten a gang of boiler makers always ready for boiler repairs. work made to order. Psst orders respectfully solicited. All Eor Amu. Mentions by mail or otherwise attended to with despatch and work delivered to Railroad or canal free of charge we Wei mkt a L. Vve Meh. , february 4,1857. A House,1 Cumberland Street Lebanon a. A Frise undersigned having taken this did and x favorite staurland having refitted it m the Best style is now pro Jared to Mccomm Codute the Public and entertain Ranger and travellers in i the Best modern style. Thu House is Eom Modi a Ous Aud Piea Stitt. The Hall be Wen pro Widd for and Tho Bak contain Novio Quot but the a. Puhst .tq�o0rs. The Staisil Lotf attached to a the Ilo tul is Large and Roomy Ami capable of accommodating a great number of horses. To his friends and in leh Ranon. County As Well As to All others to extends a cordial invitation to Mako his House their Home when visiting Lebanon. David Hoffman. April 20, 1837.wine Anil liquor store. A a he undersigned having opened a i liquor Stork at the North West earner of a Market and water st in the room formerly occupied by j. Weilu Esq is now prepared to fur a Iii to the citizens of tha Borough Aud county of Xii Banda Vilh Nti kinds of Choice liquors such As Madeira port Lisbon and Muscat wines Brandy. Gin old Rye whiskey Jamaica spirits fac which to will Quot sell at very reasonable prices for Cash in Grantl lob no loss than one gallon. A would invite Tho pubic in Genorn to give him a Cal and Hopes by strict attention to business and a desire to Lonso to receive a Liberal share of patronage. Emanuel re to Art april 28,1s57.a. Tkins has just returned from the City with his new Stock of boots , Franks Ancl Trai Sling bags. A wanted t twelve Good flour barrel Coopers at the Gones Emills in Lebanon to whom constant work and Good wage will to Given a Nono but sober and steady workmen Nood apply. A a january 7,1857. A my�k8 it Shour. T f? Fine assortment of pm Hon and a a a a Torste 4l�mberger, Iii Skol Street. Int missions of All the finest european Eum vials with a goner i assortment of jul de irate pubic unions. In our artists material department will be found of Superior Quality ouly every requisite for the artist Amateur or Tupil ? the usual discount to the Trade and schools. Orders by Ruttei carefully filled und puck us with the utmost cure. To the economist und �j1 of obtaining Superior Quality articles at moderate prices the above presents unusual advantages. Williams Stevens Williams amp co., a 353 Broadway now York. April 15,1857.-3 mos. 3 Sis. Kristi Micro Shair Dye to Stinn a nut Sheb All the merits lie of Cri Tiu Loroy Suever equal cd Dye red it makes Black to Brosiu transforms a Grey a no keeps the fibres always from it City. Match lug re vitalizing hair Dye still holds its a if position of the most harmless and efficacious Blair Dye in Tilk would fro pared and sold wholesale and retail and up pull lit too private Roenius at Hista to Row a no. G Asior House Drou Dway new York and by All druggists and perfumers in inv United states. Jshii. 34, �s�7.-ly.�?3sq. A agent Georgejr. Leyser 140 woodst.,, a. Afe Tkins amp Mcadam Aro ready to ready to Seeora Rodato everybody with boots shoes trunks and travelling bags. Damion Valley Bank. Located in Market Street nearly opposite the United Hall one door North of the Post the following rates of interest on deposits on and after the 1st Day of March 1857, Viz a for 1 year and longer 6 per cent per annul. For 0 months and longer 5 per cent per annul for 3 months and longer 4 per cent per annul. Requiring a Short notice of withdrawal and affords a Liberal line of accommodations to those who May favor it with deposits payable on Deidad. Will Paya Premium on Spanish and mexican dollars and also on old american dollars and half dollars. Will make collections on and remit to All parts of the United states Tho Venadas and Europe negotiate Lonna amp a ac., and do a general . A. Dawson Coleman president Geo. Gleam cashier. Sub the undersigned managers Are individually Llyl liable to the extent of their estates for All deposits and other obligations of the co partnership filed in the prothonotary a office of Lebanon county trading under Tho name and style of. The a Lebanon valletibank.�?�. It Simon Cameron a Dawson Coleman George Smuller Levi Kline. It jambs. Johnq a a Royd it a i Leb a a lv57. A Gearge Gleim. Removal. Lebanon rear blk Yard. The Suk Riber respectfully informs the Public in general that he is prepared to do All kind of a Xcvi Rook aug Kra a work at his Marble Yard in Walnut Street Halfway Between the court House and Lebanon Valley Railroad depot at the shortest notice a Good As work done in any City in the United states and being the Only Stone Cutter in Lebanon county who has served a regular apprenticeship to the business he pledges himself that he Ean Nan fac Ture cheaper and give a better finish than any other Man engaged in the same business. Liis Stock consists of monuments grave stones mantels cemetery posts furniture slabs amp a. Also saad3t02ck of the Best Quality for All uses Plain and ornamental. A Large assortment of link Stogie for All kinds of housework of any size and Quantity. Pm it Levi a Call and examine prices and Tho Stock before you Purchase elsewhere. John Farrell. Lebanon de Comber 19,1855, n. done in German Aud English by the Best workmen. A books books Bem Altz amp re Delb would respectfully inform Vinsy the Public that they constantly receive from the Eastern cities copies of ail the Roost important and attractive new Book As soon As published which they offer for Sale cheaper than they can be purchased Etc a Vitere. Among lately received Are or. Kane a expedition. In 2 vols. A arc Srott a history of Charles v., in 3 vols. Recollections of a life time in 2 vols., by a. Q. Goodrich author of Peter Parley s tales. Autobiography of Peter Cartwright and other miscellaneous works. Carpenters assistant and Rural architect. American architect by 4. . Downing cottage residences and cottage grounds. The economic cottage builder. They have always on hand a Large assortment of school Rooks Blank books and s t a t i o in e i y. Also sunday school books and music books among which is a a a a the liar Mon a linio.�?T. By e. D. A Cacus. Also piano Forte Melodeon and violin instructors. Also e r hang i n g a of foreign and Domestic manufacture window shades. The monthly magazines and nil the newspapers Duffly $ weekly Cun be had by Culli Nir at Tbs torn on Cumberland Street m the Borough of Lebanon it the sign of the a big to orders Leit with them for any kind of Good in their line will be promptly attended to. Be Bayou. April 8.1867. The Central moot amp Shol s t o r e. Hume i Cru eur a with Many thanks to my patrons for their Liberal patronage thus car bestowed and the determination to Merit a continuation of Tho same i am now ready ladies and gentlemen having disposed of Iny Winter Stock to offer you a Well selected Spring and summer Stock. Come and see and judge for yourselves. I will Tell you the place and you never will forget when you once behold Graeffe a Beautiful fit of gaiters bootes or busking which Greet a with a Graceful appearance on file ladies foot. 5iy place May be found on Cumberland Street where each of Iny Friend 1 we comely Greet a tis Here May be found All patterns Well made got up in Tail style for the opening Spring Trade. Come gentlemen you that wants Good oct i have got a Spring fashion that surely will suit if a calf or a Kip of Good Mueh meal skill .1 ust give me a Call ill fit you at will./. Ladies and gentlemen i also would Call your attention to my Well selected Stock of summer shoes comprising 5 or 6 different kinds which i will dispose of at reasonable prices under a Good insurance of excellent make. N. now is your time if you wish to see a Large assortment of trunks Valise and different kinds of bags. Come one come All. Marci 25, 1857. Fok Sale. Flour Corn Oats middling bran Salt by the bag j at the gun soc Mills of Myers it pcs hour Jan. 7� 1857. Lebanon in. Jenny Stop your spinning wheel. Jenny Stop your spinning wheel _ just one moment Pray a morn is Golden on thee is and Lynual Hie away not to return Aguin Deary. Till evening s shadows steal across the Dew Damp Meadows so Jenny Stop you wheel. I have something Sweet to Tell you and tis Only in your ear. That i can whisper lovingly words honestly since cd you know in amp daring Vassio All the love for you i feel but for just one Little Larne it a Jenny atop your spinning wheel. This world s a cold dark place Deary and tis Darker to the Jone. Each want amp partner on the Road will you Jeno my own ? a do not turn your face away Bright blushes to it conceal but for just moment. Jenny Stop you or spinning Whol. You do not say me nay Jenny though your wheel goes whizzing on one kiss before 1 go Sweet love you h not refuse Moron if /. Good Bye until this eve Jenny when the Vesper a a gentle peal shall give you unto me Jenny freed from Tho. Spinning wheel. Bread from brain. Where the Iron of our lives is wrought out in fire and Smoko there Tho mighty Vulcan strives hot the Furnace hard the stroke there the Windy Bellows blow there the Sparks in millions glow. There on Anvil of the world hard the labor Small Tho gain is in making bread from brain. Where Tho nameless Stone is raised where the Patriot s hones were placed lived he Little loved and praised. Died he Little Mourod and graced. There he sleeps who knew no rest there Unble st by those be Blest Here he starved while sowing seed where he starved the Worms now feed Hurd the labor Small the gain is in making bread from brain. In that chamber Lone and drear 7 poet writing Flowers bringing heaven to Earth More near raining thoughts in dewy showers while signs of nectar rare. Only is there of feasts of gods he Chantos High Trust As he eats the moldy dust hard the labor Small Tho gain is in making bread from brain. When the Prophet s warning voice shouts the Burden of the world sackcloth Robes must be his Choice ashes of his head be hurled. Where Tho tyrant lives at Case where false priest do As they please he is scorned and pierced inside. He is stoned and crucified hard the labor Small the gain is in making Broad from brain. Patriot poet Prophet feed Only on the moldy crust e tyrant fool and false priest Nee cd All the Crumb and scorn the just. Lord How Long How Long of lord ? shall the world withhold Reward ? let the pen become a Saber let thy children eat who labor. Bles to labor bless the gun in Lii making bread from Braiu. A bold adventure Lii Llie last War. For rent. The store room no. 1, and cellar beneath in the Eagle buildings on Cumberland Street next door tul Laaks a tavern now in Tho occupation of Jons Uli Iichi. Possession Given april 1,1857. Jacob b. Wei maj Geo. Lineaweaver. January 21, 135 7.-if. James. F. Maxwell manufacturer of improved fire and water proof composition Root to Harrisburg pa., respectfully inform the citizens of Harrisburg Reading Lancaster Lebanon and their vicinities that to Aro prepared to put on roofs on most Liberal terms and at the shortest notice. We respectfully Call the attention of persons of bout to build to our in valuable method of roofing now much used throughout the principal cities of Tho United states and their vicinities. This Mode of roofing having All the combined requisites of cheapness durability and Security against fire and water and dispensing with High Gable Walls the roofs require an inclination of not More than three quarters a of an such to the foot and in Many Seises saving the entire Cost of rafters the ceiling Joist being used. The gutters Are made of the same Materi without any extra charges consequently our roofs Are put up at almost half the Cost of either tin slate or shingles. The material being of an imperishable nature it surpasses All others in durability a besides in Caso of any casualty it is the most busily repaired of any other roof now in Uso yet the Best proof we a an offer a to its being both fire and water proof Are our Many references to any one of whom we Are at Liberty to . A Bat let it be distinctly understood since we manufacture our own composition and do the work in person that we warrant All our work proof against both fire and water if they prove contrary we will most willingly abide he results. The materials being mostly non conductors of heat no roof is so Cool in summer or so warm in Winter. Those wishing to use. Our. Roof should give tic rafters a pitch of about one Inch to the foot. Uiuy-27,1854.7--4m. Thermometers �?persons in want of occur att a nil . Tent id mirrors travelling flasks. China a fancy toilet bottles puff boxes. Lubin s and other Choice perfumes Tortoise Shell. Buffalo. India Ruh Bor and Horn pocket and toilet Combs. Fancy Segar and Ash Stard a new Art it do j Gall at Guilford a Lemberger s now drug mod c no amp pc Futory l t by win eur Murke q re6 one Day Darin the last War opposite the Entrance to Portsmouth Harbor and about three Miles from the Shore Lay a Black frigate at Anchor and the continual motion on its decks As seen with the Aid of a Glass from land betokened that some event of unusual interest was soon to occur. Although it showed no colors it required an Eye of but Little experience in naval mailers to decide that it was English. A to at could be its object was a mystery. Its wooden Walls effectually concealed the principal operations from Many who watched it anxiously from the Shore and when during the Day it was joined by another vessel of the same class and a heavy Man of War not a Little excitement was created among those who lived fear the water. Towards Portsmouth the enemy had often thrown longing glances. It was the key to new Hampshire and the Western part of Maine and possessing one of the finest harbours in the world where a Navy without losing a spar might ride out a tempest it held in their eyes a place of no mean importance. But the Iron Teeth that grinned on the foils at the Mouth of the Pisca Taqua had hitherto effectual Check upon their courage a besides several thousand Well trained soldiers had been collected there in anticipation of an attack and whole comp spies of volunteers were daily arriving from the Northern part of the state and even from the Green mountains panting with a desire for a conflict. Portsmouth was under martial Law. Its Long rope walks school houses and churches were crowded with the Bone and muscle of new England All determined7to defend the place to the last extremity. The sea Shore was walked for1 Miles night and Day by a corps of sentinels and every precaution taken to guard against Surg Rose. ,. Me a notice of the approach of he warships soon reached the town. The tall Flag staff that had been placed near the Mouth River and was watched continually from the steeples was seen to have been inclined towards Tom. Sea which was the signal of danger agreed upon. And when the Sun went Down not knowing How imminent it might be the excitement that filled the place was tremendous. A there was mounting in hot Hasier and couriers dashed through the streets like the winds. Every cart and. . Busy in removing the women and valuables to a situation of Security and the soldiers burnished their arms and renewed the charges in their pieces and were ready at the first tap of the the first blast of the Bugle to Spring to the defence. The night gathered dark and Chilly. The heavens looked watery and were filled with Clouds of Mist. A double watch was set upon the outposts and the soldiers Lay Down to dream of their Homes or of battling for its safety. No sooner had the darkness begun to Settle on the sea than boats just observable through the Twilight were seen passing Between the enemy a vessels and evidently bearing orders from one to the other and maturing their plans. Through the opened Anft holes could in seen flying in All directions and there Vvs not one who saw these movements that did not feel the Fate of Portsmouth would to decided before morning. All along the coast 8nd on every Eminence commanding a View of the vessels were collected Little companies of speculating watchers. On a Little Hillock a few rods from the Shore on the East Side of the River were gathered ten or twelve men carefully noting every motion that was visible and listening to every sound that came off the wave9. A is a possible to know what is the object of those water coffins a said an while he strained his eyes As the darkness Grey deeper. A it might be done a said a Young Man whose face Lead been bronzed by a familiarity with All Weathers a it is nearly dark enough. Come Bill what say you i there wont be so much Light As comes from a cats eve in an hour shall we take a boat then and. Slip along Side to Bill As a Stout fellow of thirty was called could not permit that a Man younger than himself should propose a deed tie would shrink from executing and immediately signified his willingness to join in the almost reckless Enterprise. The night wag Cloudy the. Darkness had settled thick and heavy the Waves looked like a Black undulating pall and As though to increase the awfulness of la Weir conditions the British had extinguished their lights adventurers had launched the boat and not an object could be traced through the almost palpable blackness the boats Distant. They rowed in silence for some time and had gone two thirds of the distance before either spoke a Are you sure this is the right course Ned a at length said Bill As they rested on their oars. A huh l speak lower. No 1 am riot certain but we cannot be far from7 them. If but one look out it would be better than this eternal gloom. I cannot even see the lights on the Shore through this fog. What a murky night we Are out in gloomy As a a hang the British i had rather meet a legion of them by Daylight a whispered Bill a but hark there they Lay dead ahead and getting ready to make a Norwoo a Fie continued As he heard the Low gratings of a Cuble As it was cautiously drawn up. Lightly As the swallows Wing the oars dipped into the brine silently is tic Fin of. A shark the boat Cut the water and directed by the sound Ere the Anchor swung at the Bow they glided unseen under the very Stern of the larger vessel. Here they held fast for several minutes in breathless to catch some word which should reveal the desired secret. But the humming of voices out of which nothing distinct could be gathered was mingled with the winds sighing through the rigging and the dashing of the Waves against the huge a fabric. A. With their patience nearly worn out Ned at length whispered a Bill if you can keep your bold i will go abroad and get a full report of these villains the latter was about to reply when they heard hurried motions on the deck a Large boat was let Down and a dozen men All of whom by the faint Light of a lantern they discovered to be armed pushed off toward tie Shore that lies South of the Piscala qual 1 scarcely had they gone,1 than Ned with the assistance of a rope that dragged in the water climbed to the deck the watch was grouped beside a gun Carriage and Ned As confidently As though he had been one of the Crew walked by and reaching the Hatchway descended to the lower deck. Here he found jams Eli among several Hundred men a Art of whom were in their hammocks but dark As a Dungeon,.appeared to be arranging their clothes and preparing for some desperate Enterprise.,. Almost lost in the confusion he stood motionless at the Bottom of the Steps but he had be there but a moment when hearing a Orne approaching be stepped aside hastily and not knowing where he might he held out his hands to Grope the Way. As Chance would have it he went directly towards the head of a Sailor who was trying to catch an hours sleep before his nights work should coi Nence. Ned quickening his the step came plunged his fingers into the Long locks of the Sleeper and wit i such Force that his head received no inconsiderable wrench. The old tar leaped to his feet to a twinkling and Nedi dared off like a Chicken chased by. A Hawk. Leaving the angry Sailor daring the whole a y to try to., take his Learned that it was the intake an attempt to effect an the Harbor that night and he had seen leave the ship was. Gone to examine the chains which had been thrown across the main Channel and if possible sever them. This a Al he could learn. It was enough and he Felt there was urgent necessity of giving instant warning of the danger but reached the Hatchway he found the closed by two old veterans half intoxicated who had settled themselves there to have time at nuding old England and cursing the Yankees. Ned stood by entirely invisible but. Necessarily hearing every word. It was nearly an hour that he stood waiting fur them to Rise and listening to their outbreaks of passion concerning the their men Are no bolder than our women and their guns no better than tin horns said one Giuffi. A no Jack a said 111,e other and do you know that once time about Twenty of our gals on tiie Cornwall dressed like sailors put off in a gun boat and took Possession of a Yankee seventy four with no other arms than an old sword in Ned boiling with rage could not Bear such slander and regardless of consequences roared qut a a that a a d�?<1 lie you old. Dag a Bolh sailors shocked As though the Magazine had exploded plunged towards him and awakened to a Bis situation by his own voice Ned sprang out o�1 their reach and As soon As had in some degree,.subsided, made his Way on deck. But Here an unexpected event occurred. The boat which had left before he came aboard had just returned and the Crew when he stepped on deck were in the of lifting up a prisoner determined if possible to know fio it might be he. Elbowed his Way into the group with admirable coolness and succeeded in taking an Arm Oftle a prisoner a while notice of their Success was passed below Ned found Opportunity to whisper a word of encouragement in the poor Fellows ear and when the order was Given Thal he should be conducted to the Cabin Ned unobserved stole aft and dropped into the boat. The prisoner found the Cabin furnished in an elegant even sumptuous style. Sofas Book cases and tables of the costliest Woods rested on a carpet that trod like velvet. Mirrors of enormous dimensions reflected the occupants at full length on every Side a lamp hung above a rack that looked like a dazzling Pyramid so Rich were the polished sword Blades and jewelled Hilts the Silver scabbards the varnished pistols the steel sabres and the go ans touched with the highest finish that skill coi ild . Flower vases filled with Beautiful exotics were fastened to a st red diffs i ing an agreeable odor Cabin. An old Man with Snow White hair and thoughtful brow sat in an antique chair of carved Oak and fashioned after such a luxurious pattern that one might have lounged his life out in it and never grown weary. A girl the daughter of the old Man with such an innocent and Sweet countenance As can belong Only to a pure mind and with lips As tempting As her own Rose buds was Reading when they entered. The prisoner was brought Betor amp the Nara featured Veteran and the officers arranged themselves about at respectful distances Quot a a Young Man Quot said the old commander with a severe frown and penetrating look a remember it is the truth of what you shall say on which your life depends i Sny attempt at deception in my presence will cause you to be hung immediately at the Yard Arm. A a who Are you a a a Soldier in the american7 a and what duty were you performing on Shore 1�?� a that of a Sentinel to watch for the approach of the murdering British a a bridle your insolence Young Man you did not perform your duty so Well that you can boast of your a ask your officer which was hardest his head or my gun Stock. I could not dissolve the night but 1 swept aside the cob webs that clouded the stars before his eyes 1�?� a sir a said the Veteran in a voice hoarse with anger which he strove to conceal a what is the. Force assembled this night in Portsmouth ? recollect that i Sabau know before morning and if you deceive me you shall die at Day. this morning it was proclaimed that it numbered thirty thousand and they have five Hundred Cannon in the town ready to blow your old hulks out of the water like Cockle shells if you Are so fortunate As to float after the forts have the sifting of you.�?�. The old commander clenched his fist his face grew while As his Cravat and he would have ordered the fearless Soldier to instant punishment for his hold reply had not his daughter who had stolen to his Side pressed his Arm and breaking into tears whispered mercy. An Angelus tears will melt Iron or at All events an Iron soul and his countenance lost its sternness As lie gently put her aside and directed that the Soldier should be secured and guarded on the deck for the night. As be left the Cabin the girl unseen by her father threw her shawl about the soldiers shoulders and he touched by so unlocked for kindness murmured a fervent Blessing upon her. Young heart. The night grew Darker As the minutes glided by. The Mist was so dense that it was impossible to distinguish even the outline of an object six feet distant1 and it seemed that the Clouds rested upon the Waves and enveloped the ship. 1 the bands and feet of the prisoner were then ironed and he was then lashed by a rope to a gun Carriage. The watch that Over him walked the , Momenthy and Repasa no Huff Rerd eing escape by his unaided efforts impossible. Ned having again left Hia boat crouched like a Panther near the Stern and waited a fit time to Spring and Rescue him and it was when the Sentinel passed him to go to the bows that he glided to the prisoners with a thrust of his Knifer severed the cords that bound him to the gun and lifting him in his arms As though he were an infant hastened to the Stern and swung into the boat. As for life they plied their oars but they had scarcely left the ship when they heard the alarm Given upon its galls for lights and shouts that the prisoner had escaped followed. Lanterns flew through the ship and All was Caff fusion. The bold. Fellows in the boat saw All arid Felt in that deep darkness that it was impossible for the British to overtake them and although within pistol shot they were undo be to restrain i heir Joy but with that fearlessness that characterises american sailors rested on their oars and gave three Hearty cheers. Scarcely had the last Tirra left their lips than a Stream of fire shot out from the ship and the deep Boom of a Cannon awakened them to their Folly. Though fired at random they Beard the Ball whistle by very near the Boatswain a shrill Call to quarters Rose on the night and the sailors expecting an attack every moment rushed to defend heir decks. Wiir heroes reached the Shore safely and the Sentinel released of Hia shackles was ready to resume his arms and his duty. The night passed heavily and in suspense but in the morning the Sun Rose from his bed looking Clear and cold As an icicle. The sea was Blue but Calm and every ship was gone and not a speck dotted it from the Shore to the horizon. The British had Given Over ail attempts on Portsmouth but whether restrained by the Crafty Story of the trusty Sentinel or the valiant cheering of the men in tile boat will perhaps Ever be a Point in dispute. The supreme court of the United state. The deed Scott Case the ofpica1. Report. Continuo in from last a Soke a Issue. It is impossible it would seem to believe that the great men of the slave holding states who took so Large a Shafe in framing the Constitution of the United Stales and exercised so much procuring its adoption could have been so forgetful or regardless of their own. Safety and the safety of those who trusted and confided in them. Besides this want of foresight and care would have been utterly inconsistent with the caution displayed in providing for the admission a it of new members into this political family for when they gave to the citizens of each state Tbs privileges and immunities of citizens in the several states they at the same time took from the several states the Power of naturalization and confined that Power exclusively to the Federal government. was willing to permit another state to determine who should or should not be admitted As one of its citizens and entitled to demand equal rights and privileges with their own people within their own territories. The right of naturalization was therefore with one Accord surrendered by the states and confided to the Federal government. And this Power granted to Congress to establish an uniform Rule of naturalisation is by the Well understood meaning of the word confined to persons born in a foreign country under a foreign government. It is not a Power to raise to the rank of a citizen any one born in the United Stales who from birth or parentage by the Laws of the country belongs to an inferior and subordinate class and when we find the states guarding themselves from the indiscreet or improper admission by other state spa emigrants from other countries Byi giving the Power exclusively to Congress we cannot fail to see that they could never have left with the states a much More important Power that is the Power of transforming into citizens a numerous class of persons who in that character would be much More dangerous to the peace and safety of a Large portion of the Union than the few foreigners one of the states might improperly Naturalize. The Constitution upon its adoption obviously took from the states All Power by a any subsequent legislation to introduce As a citizen into the political family to the United tales any one no matter where he was born or what might be his character or condition and it gave to Congress Aflfe Power to Confer this character upon those Only who were born outside of the dominions of the United states adj a no Law of state therefore. Jahsun Ynne the Constitution was adopted can give any right of citizenship outside of its own territory. ,. A clause similar to the one in the Constitution in relation to the rights and immunities of citizens of one state in the other states was contained in the articles of confederation. But there is a difference of language which is worthy of note. The provision in the articles of confederation was a a that the free inhabitants of each of the states pauper vagabonds and fugitives from Justice excepted should be entitled to All the privileges and immunities of free Eili Zons in the several it will be observed that under this confederation each state had the right to decide for itself and in its own trib Una la whom it would acknowledge As a of another state. The term inhabitant in the generality
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