Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
29 Jul 1862

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29 Jul 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 29, 1862, Lebanon, Pennsylvania1x>q8scacacia� a>ltc�>�on9b Inland promptly executed. At the a amp Dve Elisee 01tice, Lebanon Penn a. Tins Quot a is now supplied with amp a extensive a for tent of Job Type which will be increased of the a patronage demands. A a it can now Tarn out printing of tery description in a neat Anil expeditious manner and. On very reasonable terms such As pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of fare invitations tickets amp Cut a. V j9� deeds of All kinds common and judgment Bonds. School Justice constables and other Blanks printed a correctly and neatly on the beet paper constantly kept or Sale at this office at prices a to suit the times a subscription i of the Lebanon advertiser one Dollar and a half a year. Address we. M. Boksun Lebanon a. Vol. 13�?no. 32. R a the attention of sunday school superintendents id called tote. X infant school catechism printed in chapters on Fine White cards. T part i. Chapter chapter flood a. Part it. Chapter birth of Christ visit of the Shep a 1 herds a ac.,. Chapt visit of the Wise men and Jesus a flight into Egypt a chapter iii.�?�?ojesus1 return and his journey to the passover at Price 3 Eta each 25 Eta per Dos $2 per Hundred. Address h. N. Roe Del nov. 13, 61. Lebanon Penn a. Oche Eclectic class Book. A a for the use of the Sabbath school teacher is pronounced by All who have examined it better adapted to. The a Tota of the sunday school teacher than any now in use. Send for a copy for examination. Price per dozen. 40 cont por Hundred $3.00 nov. 0, 61. Andros by a. H. Roedel Lebanon a. A new fall amp Winter 1 goods. Just received Henry it Stine so to r e lasses a Bess 600ds French Herl not a Coburg Cash ores Muslin Delaine All Wool reps sack flannels and plaid goods of and at All prices. For a splendid assortment of dress goods Call at. Henry a Stine a. Lebanon pa., Asp mesday january 29, 1862. Whole no. 658. Shawls 1 shawls Brocha Square and Long shawls All Wool plaid Long shawls. Mourning Wool shawls and a Large lot of Square Wool shawls offered at Low prices by. Henry amp Stine. Menus a not boys Wear. Cloths Casa Lenores Satti Ueta Union Cassimes Ken Tucky jeans. Ermine clothe and an assortment. Beaver cloths which will be offered it reduced prices by Lebanon nov. 0,. Henry a Stine. Almanacs almanacs. Aim Anas for 1862, just Reo tved and for Sale by he h. Roedel Cumberland Street Lebanon. Viz in Lancaster almanac a Eug Tish and German. Lutheran a a do do. Philadelphia a a do do. A Reading a Germao. Lebanon november 61, cheap store of Rauch amp Light. At Corner of Cumberland Street and Plank a Pond. Lebanon. A. A fess a. Rauch amp Tobt Tolu pm Amir. A inform. Ariando and the Public generally twixt they Nave just opened a Large and carefully selected Assort a meat of a dry goods a go Obries. _ _ a . A. To which they respectfully Evite the attention of the Public. Their dry goods have All been selected with Mboi greatest care from the parting houses in Phiv Delphia. V or Rocelioes a Large Stock of cheap sugars coffees teas chocolate and All kinds of spices. A also a Large assortment of a. Quee Swabe Strw Laval b of by Ltd 7 county produce taken in Exchange. Quot bags bags bags of Miller and Farmers a directed to Large a took of ba0s, which they will sell at Rauch k Light. If you want a a Pic tub of your deceased Friend enlarged. And coloured la Oll Call at daily a gallery next door to the Laban of Deposit Bank. Waller amp Fochts a Mill. Ryphe subscribers respectfully inform the pubs that Jln they have entirely rebuilt Tho Mill an the vittles a or formerly known As a a Straw so and later As a Owen Gertz Fly about one fourth of a mile from Jonestown Lebanon county a. That they have it now incomplete running order and Aro prepared the. Furnish customers regularly with a very a Perlor it Lyle of a t a pro car a a Cap As it can a obtain so from any other they keeps also of hand end for gals at Tho lowest Asb. Prices chop bran shouts a. Thay Ara Alao pro. Pars d to do All kinds of Cost ouers won for Farmers and others at the vary shortest possible notice and in rite Alt to Eire bom a trial. The Mao binary of Tbs Stihi is entirely new and of the latest and most improved kind. By strict attention to business and fall decline they Bope to Merit a share of Public patronage wheat Eye Coen Oats &e., bought for which Tho highest Lebanon Mykol phom a ill the Nard Franklin Waltre a William Focht a lesson Worth enshrining a lesson in itself Sublime a lesson Worth enshrining is this a i ratio no note of time save when the Sun is Tuftie motto words a dial bore and Wisdom never preaches to human hearts a better lore a a a than this Short sentence teaches 1 As life is comets ales Bright and fair. And sometimes dark and lonely. Let us forget its toil and eare. And note its Bright Horb Only. There is no Grove on Earth a Broad Chart but Hab some Bird to cheer it so Hope singe on to every heart although we May not hear it. And if to Day the heavy wind of sorrow is oppressing a perchance to Morrow a Sun will bring the weary heart a Blessing. For life is sometimes Bright and fair and sometimes lonely Tilfen. Lot�?T9 forget its Tolland care and note its Bright hours Only. We bid the joyous moments haste. And then forget their glitter we take the Cap of life and taste no portion the hitter but we should teach our hearts to deem its sweetest drops am strongest and pleasant Honra should Ever seem to linger round us longest As life is sometimes Bright and fair and sometimes dark and lonely let us forget its. Tell and care and note its Bright hours Only. Tho darkest shadows of the night Arejas before the morning then let us wait the coming Light All Boneless phantoms scorning and White we re passing on the tide 0f if me a fast be i a River lets i Oak the blossoms by its Side and bless the gracious giver. As life is sometimes Bright and fair. And sometimes dark and lonely we should forget its pain and Core and note its Bright hours Only. . Wv.2h.186l. New livery Stab , tn.5ek� Biss s hotel so irked it net. , lob. Onwu where to wll Kaep fort Bec in blot a spoil Tooks of iioi18b8 filid ve1i1cmjs, to t. Waltl Leep sent a and Good driving horse Ana ande aft veil do. whop desired. Quot Alico Lahanna. Junly it by i not Nie. A Ambo matl olt. A oafs i r m b m m pm m b j Ipp and nod Lavo lately formed a partner. Thin was if you want cheap lumber dem Lunod his a a a or Ipp ilme. An a wifi. sidle Imber a Ivy la of a a Oban of front los eaten to treet ate Fla and re a pfc a a a a a purpose of engaging in the Lam Quot. An a now no amp a. A awed farm Large plane of la a xviii pub Eta Rob. They Bare enlarged the we Ana in it with a new and Exee Lient of All kind of to umber web m Joanna 1 , Josera Tatna set snip of anything in their line a invited to fall on Mono Tbs or a Groeb ant Lovirn their Prelee. Bowman Kawut a Teton ii september i too. Ii i tending Bel 110�< eeb non vol lies Brantli eur Taup Job a eff if Valm Tarea inf a Harhi Burg to ass up Hanos Gelong East to bending at 8 a.m.,. Pm Hanoa Aing Weet to Harrl Curg at t,q4 v. V a two Lihsi we tray a make Olovaa Donn Exlona or amp to Pett Avilio Tamagny file will Ina. There by of Quot and a Jonm Hestand to Waw it Banea Siw Baltimore Sua Hnry Shambor a Onsby Loiety tp.t4awmtet, to Fra i cd rail 56, to Alumia a a ,. Job Waina Dimiat Edued rata to Niagara Lago and i the Patna in a a it and can Adas i Anael rant to a ,at95 Ftp a a we a if Natu seas. The Rose of Len Valley murder a help a of help i How Sharp and fearfully distinct that cry ran out of the Midnight air but there were none to hear it except 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 upon the ground without sense or motion. A we had better make sure of it 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 a Moon looked Down As calmly and placidly As if crime and murder were things in. Known. The iwo mounted their horses and Rode Swift in away. A this is a Good nights Job a said the Shorter and. Younger of .the.two,. A i should judge so a returned the other dry a a As it gives yell one of the richest earldom in England May and by my Knightly Faith you shall find that the Earl of babe Ron is not ungrateful said Tho a the thousand pounds shall be yours to Morrow and if there is anything else i can do for you you May consider me to the. Full extent of my Power. A. I. A there will be a merry bridal to Morrow said his companion. A a very a replied the younger one with a alight mocking laugh. A lady Blanche wiil wait Long at the altar for her lovers and As for my Good Cousin waiter who has been Ray rival in love and ambition hell sleep As sound to night As he Woi ild were lie pillowed in her but we must separate Here a he added As they emerged from the Forest into Tho open country. A we Viust not be seen together. Adieu we shall meet to Morrow at the bridal arid so saying to turned the Hoad of his horse into one of Road that were before them and his companion taking the other they parted. In an elegant boudoir partly reclining upon a Low of web was a amp Inyoung girl of not More than Twenty summer j apparently in deep Sevory a her thoughts were very pleasant for there fsr half sri around her Mouth an expression of thoughtful and subdued Teh Derheus in the deep Blue eyes and on the smooth open brow her Roftis who had entered some minutes before but who bad hesitated to disturb her j now approaches a it is nearly ten lady a Larohe a she said addressing her Young mis. Tress j a in a half an hour the guests will be Herb a can if be possible that it is so late As that?1 she replied starting from her seat. A a Martha i am so very Vlf Aven Grant that it May last lady said Martha solemnly. A Shadow fell across the Young girl s sunny Foo p a i am afield i am too Happy for it to last a she said thoughtfully. But come she added gaily a your skillful fingers roust be More than usually nimble or i shall he late at my bridal it did pot Tafero Martha Long to Loop Brofe those a Luat Xung curia and to arrange the shining folds that fell so gracefully around that exquisitely moulded form yet she had hardly a i Wied when there Wasa. 1 Patien t Knock it it the door fend a Man entered whose bowed form and White hair Bare the impress of extreme old age it was lord Oan Tref. It he Gaied upon his daughter for a Abmont with an express ton of mingled Pride and pleas us 0�?~ to a Heavon bless you my beloved child he murmured fondly a but eone he added a the marriage la waiting my love and out Zilenas Are growing impatient a a a has not Walter been Here Yot a father Yuqu Iwho Young girl oj1 replied her Ostber Utia rather strange j but i suppose something has detained him. He will probably meet us at the a a As Blancho passed Down through1 the group of slivered servants that lined the Hail every one Alix Sofes to catch a glimpse of the Bride Many a heart blessed her Sweet face and Pray of that All the Bright anticipations its smiles and blushes shadowed Forth might be realized. To lord can ref Surprise the Earl of Egbert on was not at the Church door when they arrived. His brow grew dark with anxiety though he endeavoured to allay the apprehensions of his daughter whose Cheeks a alternately flushed Anil aled at Here embarrassing just As they were about tto return lord can Tref noticed a Forseman a Proa Ebing at a i Liolia Pace whom he recognized As or. St. Croix the Young Early a Cousin. His clothes were torn and Dusty and his face Pale and Haggard As he hurriedly alighted from his horse which was covered with sweat and foam. As his Eye fell up. On 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 what so Cheek grew Pale from fear. A it is from waiter a she exclaimed breaking from her attendants and following her father. A Tell me a she wildly addressing st. Croix a is he ill dead a a be Calm my dear child said lord can Tref soothingly whose countenance betrayed great agitation a the Young Eari is not dead Only missing. It is to be hoped that he Wilt yet be lady Blanche made no reply but fell Pale and gasping into her fathers 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 clue to his Fate excepting Bis horse which came Home a few minutes after Midnight with dark stains of blood upon his breast and sides. Tho grief and horror with which st. Croix narrated thecircumstances 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. A j a a j to Foj figy stammered the months after who was in clime and Earnest conference with his Datt Ghmar <1 would not urge you to take this step were a not assured to a to hrs amp result in your ultimate happiness a a i done to doubt it father a said lady Blanche languidly but somehow the very thought 5is repulsive to me. I never like Amr. St. Croix and eat not 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 vory glance of his Eye and sound of his r a a t a you Are prejudiced my daughter a a said her father a i see nothing of this. Indeed i believe Bim to be an honorable Man 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 so unprotected would take the last sting from death could-1 see you lord leg Borton a wife a a let it be As you say father reply. De lady Blanche indifferently. Since Wal ter is dead i care Little what to comes of the Eari has been waiting some time to. See you Blanche he continued May a come in and receive your consent from your own lips v lady Blanche inclined her head and in a few moments the wily Man was by her Side. A i have no heart to give you she said in reply to his Earnest Protesta Tigris lifting her eyes calmly to Bis face i fiut my hand is yours who Nev. Or you choose to claim it. A if the most devoted and tender love can win your heart Ioanno fail to be mine dear lady said Tho Eari softly. A a Hay lord Egbert on a said lady Blanche firmly a it Wilt Avail Little a All the heart that i have is buried in waiters grave. Yeti Promise that ail 1 can give you shall be yours any you the ear murmured a. Few words of thanks and Tuen raising Het hand respectfully to his lips turned away and mounting his horse Rode rapidly 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 his path startling his horse so that to nearly threw him off from hip Saddle with a muttered Impre oat Lon he turned toward the intruder. A it is i Edward st. Croix a said a deep hollow voice and throwing Back the cloak the Pale Light of the Moon frit upon the tall form of a. Woman glad in a strange Fantast to attire a her flashing eyes were Black As Midnight As also were the heavy masses of disordered hair that fell below her Waist Hor complexion a Anark even to a Swart Hiness. Yet Ini spite of her wierd unearthly Asp fist there was something in the general contour of her free which that she had once possessed More than common Beauty Ardelles Esol aimed st. Ortix astonished. A Hay Edward said the woman with a Low bitter laugh not the Lav ing and trustful Aryclie whom you lured by your Ellb Uita irom her Happy Home but Cleopatra Tho Gipsy Queen 1�?T a in i to sight Earl. A you Tbs Hight me As you intended me to , Fri it she said interrupting him we i a still More bitter Laugi a but my Fli fend Poison does not Ai wag kill Wen when administered by so practice Psia hand As yours. I have had Many Ltd a As you gave me. Of the night of our last meeting. A you Swyt Alising. At random woman a said the Earl sternly ,.in a Mure Bis self Ponessi a wept is to to you want Money a. A hot frn Oride a would i touch your Good Edw do st. Croix exclaimed Gipsy que i. With a haughty gesture a red As it i with the blood of the in Nocento a i Como to warn you Man that the cd of vengeance is nearly Fil 11, that Tbs Elword of Justice is ready even now to descend upon your head i go and instead of fulfilling the wicked purpose Fiat is in your heart tonight mop4your flee test Steed and escape to country and there by a life of Gieni tence strive to retrieve the a Aie Yaqi and woman to address Sheh Langue a to me a a exclaimed the Earl Angri Quot a Hay head Iamont a said the Gipsy Queen to be your bridal Day is it not that is to witness you amp marriage with the Beautiful lady Blanehe ? a it is replied a her companion a grim smile of satisfaction flitting across his facet the woe to be Dove when it mates with the Hook a said the Gipsy. Edward st. Croix was not the earldom enough for Tiee that thou must Lay Thor Odood a ined bands also upon the Betroth Hedlof thy murdered Cousin v a 7 1. A a a st. Croix fairly reeled upon his Saddle. ,. A a a a a. A 1. A what do you mean v he , be Calm a said the a woman mockingly As she observed his Agi. Tation a let not your Craven heart Tali you now. Dead men toll no the Moon theft beheld that dead of blood the River that received the body of the no. Tongue to accuse you. Fot there a a one whose eyes were updo you and whose Ven Fean to will screwy overtake you. Go warn you to Nee from the Wrath that incoming the Earl remained some seconds with a eyes fixed intently upon the spot Fiore the woman . 1 Swai-.8tia red out Iff Jange shoo Kutsiy semis a with fit Imp i himself Asdis spurred his horse fiend 1 but were she twice the Fie rid that she is a should not stand Between me and my Vrouir a bed Bride a i t he reached Egbert on Hall in Safe,-ty.and endeavoured with arg draughts of wine to drown All recollection of the scone Thi Pugh which he adjust Patst bit it Iwato it sin the used Jack eyes see Fried to be burning a no to Bis very soul and the tries of that strange Ray Sterious warning still i sounded in nis ears. _ a a pshaw a 4e exclaimed att or an ineffectual Effort to banish it from his mind it a tamere suspicion on her part she can know nothing about it. But let her Tooy few tire for if she crosses my a path again i will Send her where her by bling Tongue will to quiet for Thelfa tire 1�?T a a a s8 a once Moro -lo�d5, can ref s mansion is All Bustle Jim activity. The Beils ring of Bah a in cry peal for it is the bridal Day of Tbs sole daughter of his Bouso. The lady Blanche the Bose of Glen a Alloy. A murmur of pity and admiration filled the eur cd As the Bride entered. Her face was Al most As Pale As was the costly veil whose amnio folds fell nearly to her feet and bore the impress of d keep seated melancholy. She Jook Depiore like a Corpse than a Bride and the whole proceed ing resembled far Morea funeral than a bridal. The blvd Groom soon entered whose Haggard count Enante indicated that helical passed a sleep less night he murmurs followed his on trance even am orig his own retain Era for he Boro no resemblance to the late Earl his pred Olessor whose affable and engaging manners had made him a general favorite. In morose a unsocial disposition and haughty bearing made him both Dis liked and Farod. As he took Hii Adaoo by lady Blanche to looked title like a Happy bit Groom his manner was abstracted and his Eye wore an anxious and restless expression and several tires he gave Sharp hurried glance around the of Huron As if fearing to meet some unexpected guest. He grew Calmer however when the ceremony commenced. When the old Rector bade those who knew cause or just impediment Why those two poisons should not be joined together in holy Matrimony to declare it. It was considered a by those who heard it As a Mere matter of form and they wore startled by the sound. Of a deep hollow voice in their midst which said a. A hold 11 forbid the marriage the bridegroom turned toward the Plaez whence . He started and grow Pale Aal is glance fell upon the Swarthy brow and flashing Oyos of Cleopatra the Gypsy Queen unabashed by hit angry glance or the Many eyes fixed upon her she exclaimed boldly �?~1 proc tim Edw Ardist Croix Frise by called the Ehrl of a Gerton to be ii forsworn Loven a treacherous King Man and murderer and therefore no fitting mate for the Puro and gentle lady Blanche a it is false Sho is mad said the Earl hoarsely. A let the ceremony proceed a of Oil muttered the woman Yon Rush on your own destruction Walter Burl of Egbert on she added impressively turning toward a Man who sat in the Back part. Of the cur cd muffled up in a cloak a come Forward and prove the truth of my assertion at these words the Man arose and throwing Back the cloak revealed a face which though Pale and ghastly bore a Strong resemblance to the Young Early a. Then walking deliberately up the aisle he approached the altar and fixed Hie eyes sternly upon the countenance of the guilty Man when st. Croix a eyes fell upon hindu he stood like one transfixed with horror. Then throwing his wildly above his head As if to protect himself from further approach he fell heavily to the floor blood gushing Mouth and nostrils. A All but one of that horror Strickon group supp used it to be a the spirit of the Ufi fortunate Earl which had returned to take vengeance on his murderer,.and feared to approach but lady by Ancho Rushing Forward by few herself Way upon the bosom of her Lover cwt ining -. Convincing proof As she did to from the warm kisses that fell upon her checks and imps that it was no spirit but her own they lifted st. Croix from the place where he had if Ellen they found that life had departed. It seems that the wounds Given to the Young Earl were not As his murderers supposed Portal. His plunge into the River instead of rendering his death cer. Tain 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 very Wenk from the loss of Blozoff Imd it ring Tjien for the Gipsy Queen who ws$php88�ng the River in a boat with some of her . She picked him up conveyed him to her tent and with the most devoted and tender care nursed him through the Long and dangerous illness that followed. The Earl a a his recovery became aware of his Cousin a a usurpation of his estates and title also of his betrothal p the Cali in Blanche hut retaining a Jal Fri sense of his indebtedness to he her bib women to whom be owed Dale Frand who in spite of Jan la still cherished a. Strong Afleck Ionti a his treacherous corp it a Alip wort Butr . 3 the very there was another bridal Day appointed at which Here were Bap by smiling faces the lady Blanche the to Reliful Rose of Glen Valley gave her hand to Walter Earl of Egber ton Jit the altar of the Ivy Clad Church of st Kavcan Tref. Both the Earl and the countess tried to idd Ucb Sci Piatra a the Gypsy a Jineen .settle,.drin in the neat it a a Sant too Fage the e Eirl had Given a or Quot to big a a by Udo fld Quot 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 once a year and the Earl gave strict injunctions to All of his tenants that Neil or she nor her followers should Ever be molested. Many years have elapsed since the events Here recorded but in remembrance of the services rendered by the Gypsy Queen any member of that Wand Efting tribe who visits the neigh nerhood Hab always a hospitable reception from the descendants of the Rose of Glen Valley. The rest told me to lome flu id see there was nothing Fenc ived fyn a ton died of starvation. The narrative of Sullivan says a this evening he died Samuel Fisher proposed to eat him Fie took his knife and out 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 Here three Days. We then made a Start but the wind being ahead we were compelled to put Back. Here we stopped two More Days. Luring that time the Bones were broken up email and boiled in a pot or Kettle that Wedad also the Skull was broken open the brains taken out and cooked. We then got a fair wind but As we got abound a Point we had the wind very fresh off Shore we would hardly manage Tho boat at last we drove on an Island some ways out to sea we got the boat under but the same night we had a Large Hole stove into her. Being unable to haul her up we stayed Here eight Days it was on this Island they tried to murder me. Tho third Day to stopped Here 1 was out As usual picking berries or anything i could find to eat coming in i Eha need to pick up a mushroom. I brought it in with to also an armful of Wood to keep. While kneeling Down to Cook the mushroom i received a heavy blow of a club from Joseph Eisher and before i could get on my feet i got three More blows. I then managed to get on Ray feet when Samuel Fisher got Hoid of my right then Joseph Fisher 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 a kept begging of them for gods Sake to spare my life but they would not listen to my cries. They said a they wanted some meat and were bound to kill me. I had not i ing i could defend myself with Suva Small knife this i held in my hand till they approached me. Samuel Kosher was Tho first to come towards me. He had a Large Dirk knife in Hie hand his Cousin was coming from another direction with a club and a Stout. Samuel came on and grasped me by the shoulder and had his knife raised to Stab me. I then raised my knife and stabbed him in , he and i then made a step for Joe but be dropped his club and went up to where the rest Weije. 1 then stooped Down to see if Samuel was dead he was still alive a Haga Nuto cry after a Little while up they a Mare amp Are Jln to Stiim a paper for town and a Orkun is printed and published we by to. M. Breslin a Story of Funcke a now Ruu Jing a no Borl amp and 3c at one Dollar and fifty Cen is a year. A re inserted so Sho ago Ratos. _ tri8ndb of Tho establishment and the Public Era amp it a solicited to Send in their orders. A and Billls printed at an hours notion. for me and a Abuell Tolfe blood off my face Hext Day Samuel Fisher died his Cousin was the first one to Cut him up his body was used up the same As my Uii Fortu Nayfee ship mate a. After a while we managed to repair Tho boat and left the Island. We ran. In where we thought was Mainland but. It proved to be an Island Here we left the boat and Prococo did on foot wait by about one mile Ady. Of last we reached the other Sido of a the Island in about four Days then put Back again to the boat. It took is four Days to get Buck. When we got there to found the boat Strveve by bad since we left her. We tried to get around the Island in her but she sunk when we got into her we then left her and wont Back again to 1 Ury on the other. It cannot probably be Tho of the Island to remain said fit by or. Sumner As of a former Able to establish the least difference Between Tho two kinds of this opinion of Lar Rev was not in Accord with that of several of his colleagues. Accordingly the emperor Oon d not be convinced by the assertions of the surgeon of his he named him president of a court of inquiry and said to him with some roughness of manner a go sir you will make me your observations officially go fulfil your duly a Tho inquiry lasted several Days and was made with All the attention All the care imaginable by five surgeons to whose court of inquiry was a Superior officer of the staff an off Oer of gendarmerie and Tho grand Prevost of the . Tho examination of the wounded demonstrated that the sores on proceeded from a want of habit in the management of . Thus the Soldier of the third rank in firing rested involuntarily the barrel of the gun on their Eom Bades of the first rank and wounded them in thib More or less grievously. In the hurry of the action they also wbk ended themselves in voluntarily As the illustrious surgeon their defender had observed several times. Under the circumstances. Finally it is to be noted that at the Battles of Lutscher and Wurt Sehen the Joung soldiers accused Char red the enemy in escalating the Hills and consequently that they had always the hands elevated in a Bolding their guns obliged As they were to Point them upwards towards the enemy. The projectile would thus reach the hands of the conscripts being the nearest object in front. A Beh wounded Soldier made his report. The inquiry was right and the result Wab 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 Weil sir do you still persist a your opinion a a Tho answer of Larry was �?~�?~1 do More fire i Cometo prove it to your majesty these Brave youths have been Unworthily column rated passed much time in a most rigid examination and i have been unable to find one of them guilty. There is Apt one of these Young men who has not made his own report numerous files of papers follow me. Your majesty can order the Exaria nation of a Poleon then walked with Hasty Steps As he did when he was agitated hut appeared very Happy to learn that his soldiers were innocent and very much satisfied above ail with the decided and straight Forward Maimer in which his surgeon in chief had made. Bin to amp a the truth. Then he suddenly stopped and with emotion took thy hand of Larrey addressing to that Man to courageous and just these Ltd carry toy orders to Baron Larrey received that night the portrait of the emperor enriched with diamonds and a pension of 3,090 francs from the of Baron Larrey. A Short prayer. Boston Jan. 14,1862 messes editors i enclose a form of petition to Congress that the people Here Are extensively signing somewhat to annoyance of abolitionists who seem to think no one ha3 a right to speak his mind to Congress but themselves. This is purely a business document emanating from those who feel that there interests Are suffering for want of attention who feel a Pride in the Centt of the country on the one hand and who have claims of the treas . Sufferings and cannibalism of. An american whaler s boat s Crew. The st. John daily Nevis of Decem Bei 6 has an account of Tho sufferings of John f. Sullivan of Hadley Falls ma6s and his compar ions deserters from Tho whale ships Daniel Webster and a sol Gibbs of new Bedford in Cumberland Straits on the4th<of August lost. The narrative was written by Sullivan. The writer says that he had no Reirson for leaving a ship Only that no was not sufficiently provided against the cold Northorn Cli mate and was afraid of dying by scurvy. The Crew o the Ansel Gibbs complained of bad treatment. They were John Giles. Boal scorer John Martin Hiram j. Davis Willard Hawkins. Thomas Colwell Joseph Fisher and Samuel Fisher who with Sullivan and lus shop Bufete Warren Dutton constituted the deserting party. They stole a boat from the Ansel i a psf Imti which they managed to place a very Small Quantity of provisions two guns and a Little ammunition and stood across the Straits they left Tho vessels in latitude 65.50, about five Miles from Zonnye Harbor. On Tho fourth Day out they foil in with the barque Geo. Henry Gap Cuddington of new London who offered to take them All on Board but they declined. He gave Tuero some provisions which wore augmented by a Duck and the hindquarters of a White boar they Man. Aged to shoot before they made Resolution Island where their provisions Beo Aroe nearly exhausted. On the 20th of August at Cape Ohi Leigh the a had nothing but mushrooms and berries to pro upon and hero Haw Kins and Dyis ran away Frodo the party and carried away everything that was useful belonging to the boat. After an attempt to Leavo the place which was prevented by Stormy weather they landed again and Dot there until we should die or be picked up. We ate our belts boots and sheaths and a number of Bear and Seal ski articles we had with is. To add to our misery it commenced to rain and kept up for three Days it then began to show. In this miserable condition to were picked up by a boats Crew of Esqui Maux on the 29th of september and brought took Oke on Tho 3d of october. A the missionaries did All that Lay in their Power to help us along and provided us with food arid clothing then sent us to Nain where we met the a doctor a Davis who was picked up three Days before we were. He reported that his companion died and told Riany false stories after he was picked up. The above thrilling narrative has the air of Romance rather than Reali. And some of the circumstances appear very unprovable but As the Ansel g by it a we of arrived at new Bedford on the 12th of last november reported the desertion of seven of her Orew with a whaleboat in the Arctic regions at the Date above Given the main facts of the Story Are doubtless True. The misguided seamen suffered fearfully in consequence of their Folly. A. Quot involuntary wounds in Battle. During Tho heat of the action a number of very Young men had one or Moro fingers carried away. Hence it was insinuated that they had voluntarily wounded themselves in order to to discharged from the service. All those who had their hands run through by balls or the fingers carried away became subject to the this infamous calumny disquieted Napoleon and also made him indignant. He gave orders Thal Tho men who were maimed should to assembled in the custom House about a Kilometre from Bautzen. The dumber of these was 2,782. Larrey was unwilling that credit should be Given to the accusation brought against his unfortunate countrymen. However when the emperor asked him whether it was so Saible to distinguish the wounds in cited by an enemy Froin self inflicted wounds. All circumstances being equal he said he medical officer would be petition sent from Here contrary to his views that the signers could not have had time to read , respectfully. Massachusetts january 1552. To tub Senate and a of a Shes Enta Tives in Congress assembled the ande Raigner Cir Fae amps of the United states Pray you to drop the negro question and attend to the business of the country. It would be Well to Start the same be Lebanon. Fat among the stories told of Genera Nelson one of Fth Best of the Federal commanders in Kentucky is 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 whereupon a very Unmil itary like figure enveloped in a shawl appeared. A general Nelsons beg your Pardon sir a want the officer of the guard. A officer i am officer of the guard sir. Quot Genera Nelsons take off that shawl sir. _ the mysterious stranger divests himself of the shawl now sir where is your sword a a officer to my tent. _ a general Nelsons put it on sir. Stand up now. Take the position of a Soldier and Salute your Superior officer. Wry Well done sir quite Correct now deliver your sword to my adjutant general and report yourself under , sir Segro troops in Canada. The following is a Canadian War advertisement Wab i war�?10 the c51-w ored Popup amp bios a Alt this cd cred mile inhabitants of Dnn Villa ans to surround. Ing Oon try do Birnea of joining her Msj Esiya a Loyal Volunteer militia Oan do so by a sung at my of Foo whore Tho err too Roll is now log for signatures. When comp lated the company Jub offi Porod. , capt. Com g vol. R. O. Dnan Rilla Deo. 28,1881. Quot Vve Are glad to see that the coloured people Are moving and it is Likely that in 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 so it would seem that the coloured population of Canada Are to become practically the allies of Jeff Davis and their masters against their benevolent friends on this Side who run Theja to Canada upon the underground Railroad a

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