Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
11 Jun 1862

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11 Jun 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 11, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaJail pm titty Dop lbs Paob Cabiasa anti age tip a Nair it it. Aca Ify and promptly executed. At the advertiser Verice Lebanon Penn a this a Tobt Stime amp to is now supplier wit i an extensive a Mort Marinof Job Type which will to increase As the patronage demands. It can now turn out printing of he of description a a neat and expeditions manner a Odin Yei a reasonable terms. Suchias. Pamphlets checks business cards handbills circulars easels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of pare invitations tickets ac., a. £92ebds of All kinds. Common tid Bonds. School justices constables Aud other Blanks Prit fed correctly and the Best Piper constantly kept for Salo at this office at prices a to suit the times a a a subscription Price of the Lebanon advertiser duo Dollar and a half a year. _ address we. Preslik Lebanon a take notice. Builders will do Well by calling on a. H. Brk6317.r agent As he is prepared to do All kinds of tix roofing spouting and Job work generally at the vary lowest prices. He also has on band a Large and Good of All kinds of tin Ware and All of the most improved Gas burning Cook i stoves and parlor stoves. Also All the different and latest improved ranges and Heaters of All kinds. He also keeps can Stanlly on hand a Large took of All kinds of roofing 8latk, which he offer less Price than they can be bought of any other slate men in the county. To. Ware rooms Otie door South of the a Buck hotel a Walnut Street Lebanon a. Lebanon december 20, Siil. Walter ill. Mlle subscriber respectfully informs the Public that Al he has entirely rebuilt Tho Miu of tiie Little Swa Lara Fon orly known As a Straw so retd la ter As a Owen forts a about inc for to of a mite from Jonestown As cheap As it Oak be obtained from any other tile keeps also on hand acid for Sale at the lowest Cash pm Ftp crop j1kan, thou is a. He is also pre lived to do Alt kinds of customers work for Farmers and others at the very shortest possible notice Aud in vites All to give him a trial. The Maori fiery of the a Mill is entirely new and of the latest and most pm it proved kind. By strict attention to business and foil Ealing he Hopes to Merit a share of Public patronage. Wheat Rye gown Oats amp a which the highest Lebanon Market prices Franklin Walter. Bought for win he paid. May 7,1862. Wood Coal posts rails amp a Flthe undersigned have pure hated the coat and Wood Al Yard of Daniel Light merchant in Walnut Street North Lebanon Borough near the Union canal where a they will constantly keep on hand a Largo a apply of All kinds of Coal which they wholesale and retail by the doa Toad or by the ton. Aleo Cord Wood Hickory Oak a. Also Chestnut posts and rails which will be sold in Large or email quantities at the Moat reasonable priors. Coal or Wood will he punctually delivered by the undersigned to any place in town or Vicinity. The Public Are invited to Call and , punctual attendance will be Given. Grain a Grain s Grain wanted. Any Quantity of 0rain-�?wheat, Bye Oats Corn Clover add Timothy seed will to purchased by a he under signed at the highest Market prices for Cash or in tix Ohr Figo for Coal Wood a. Jonathan Geesaman Christian o. Meily. April 21, 1881_ _ is umber. A us tube a. One of the Best and cheapest assortment of Loa Raxa offered to the Public is now for Sale at the new and extensive lumber and Coal Yard of Philip bre�ohb1ll, n the Borough of North Lebanon on the Bank of the Union canal at Tho head of Walnut Street a few quotes North of the Gena see a Strain Mills and one i Are East of Borgner s hotel. Their assortment consists of the Best Well seasoned White yellow Norway Pine and Hemlock boards a Cherry Poplar and Pine boards 1% and 2 Inch Fannel and common Plank White Pine and Hemlock scantling and joists White Oak boards Plank and scantling and k Inch Poplar boards tank and scantling. Shingles shingles the Host Pine and Hemlock shingles also roofing and plastering laths Chestnut lyalls Aud posts and failings Fer fences Aud fencing boards flooring boards of All else and descriptions. Coal Coal Coal a of targe a took of broken stove Limeburner and Smith Coal at the lowest prices. that they have the largest and beet assortment of la Mno in of All descriptions and sizes of Well As the largest Stock of the different kinds of Coal Ever offered to the citizens of Lebanon county they venture to say that they can accommodate All purchasers satisfactorily. And would therefore invite All who want anything in their Une to examine to licit atm am Oreper a Haifong Echo whore i in if Jerk Vhill. A Lebanon july3,1801, a private Sale. Of Lille subscriber offers Al private Sale All that certain 1 farm or tract of lend situate partly in Pinegrove Schuylkill county and partly in Bethel township Lebanon county bounded by lands of kick a a Ert and Gull lord Beniamin Aycrigg Daniel Donau round others containing one Hundred and forty eight acres and a Quarter with Theap Pur a Enan Cas oof sisting of a two Story log dwelling House a weather boarded a 1u Story tog dwelling House a new Bank barn other out buildings and a new water Power a Mill. For terms ac., a hts we Ecsy apply to Plano Grovo april 20, l86p.-tf_. fat private Sale will a sold at private Sale. 8 acres of land situated in Long Lane near Tho Borough line in Cornwall township. It adjoins she land of widow Fulmer on the North we. Atkins and John Kranse on the East. There is a Cue Story log House weather boarded eroded on the land and a Good Well in Tho the land Lias Fine stones for quarries. This tract will make a Alco Home for a Smalt family. it la free from ground rent. Good title win he a Adam Mitouer. I Bow Tbs tract is now covered with flite Gross half of which will be Given to the purchaser. A Behroon june 18, 1800. 1802 new 8ty1.es. 1862 Adam Rise Cumberland Street Between Market and the court House North Sido has Nowon hand a splendid assortment of the new style of ii ats and Caps Abr men and boys for 1858, to which the attention of the Public is respectfully incl Ted hats of All prices from the cheapest to Tho most costly always on hand lie has also just opened a splendid assortment of summer hats such As Straw Panama pedal Quot Pearl Horn leghorn Senate curiae and All others. A who will also wholesale All kinds of hats Caps a tto country merchants on advantageous terms. Lebanon april 30,1882. Mutual fire insurance company of Annville Lebanon county Penn a. Nuns company was incorporated March. 1889, Ana a a As How in full operation and ready to make i surant a on dwellings and other buildings on furniture and merchandise generally. Also on barns. Contenta Stock form implements ac., on a Mutual principle. Man agj3rs. Samuel Seaboldt John h. Ken potty a George a Lugler John Duwein Rudolph Herr Joueph f. Mata 1 Christian Bachman jr., in nor a s. to d. A. Garman a forge Donga John d. Helver Aja Utel 8 Early j0hj Allwein president ratio torn Hasa treasurer. Joseph f. Mitz Secretary. Samuel ,.traveling agent. Jacob scan Ottery agent Fredericksburg. A Uville March 6,1662,-ly. A want Good pictures go to Brenner a Ai imm Over do Baber a drag store Cumberland Street Lebanon a. An Sotres us papyri types and Provo taken daily prices reason to accordance with the Slae style and Quilty of is rooms opened from 8 a. M., to 4 of Rock. Ion june 2,1858, Eban i vol. 13�?no. 51. Lebanon pa., wednesday june 11, 1862. Whole no. 677. Love comes but once unto the wrap Loro comes but once unto Tho heart. But once and never More. When youth life a bounding tide. And softly woes him Over. In after years a Joy May Como As fall of peace Aad truth but never More that first wild love of the palmy Days of youth. The first Young Flowers of Early Spring sleep folded through the night. But a Neath the smiles of morning Opo their red lips to the Light. Thus slept the heart Bud Aud Bloom. Through boyhood a april hours till love burst lit upon its dreams like morning Over the Flos vers. There is a vision haunts Tho breast / that never will depart a it will not die it cannot fade. But just As codes the heart How fond we fold the curtains round i lest other eyes might Gao. Upon our hears Lulu to look on this dream of other ii Yov a a Tho Dove with death within her Brett. Will Rise on tree a and reach Woodland whore her mate a upon the Green Bough sings so will the spirit Ujj or Joey Back. Across life a Sua of tears with death upon its Wake to find a its years. Blanket shawls. Cloth Woolen clothing of All colors dyed Bael of Blue Block pressed the Dolor Warrantor and goods turned out equal to new by. Lyon Fem Bergob East he Over. A Jap Art Loles to be dyed can be left at Jos. L. Zen Liber arts drug store whore All orders for Tho above will to at toured to. Feb. 8,18d0, for rent j store room no 21 a Eagle Bini did a now occupied by Ida Enstein bro., a a clothing store. Far Tju a App Yogi Sarah line Awe a ver or mrs. Elizabeth o. Weidman. Lebanon,.an. 11802 Votice. Toft mph a Idem Justice of the peace attend to the business a nth As writing deeds mortgages lab Ltd a a it Bonds agreements e., at his off Iii in Mil Fry Street two doors South moravian Chat Rolf of the Borough of Lebanon. Lebanon january 8�t lwy8fi3ctaclj�58� r. Ludwig Hechinger. The celeb rated optics an,48 Malden Luna new you k re be ctr by Laferme the Cit Gene of Lebanon county that he has appointed. D. 8.11aber, Hie agent to Bell Bis Celebrase Brasil he spectacles Gold steel oases suitable for Decoy up a on of Eyer. D the Victory most Lovely of All american Seaboard cities is Newport in Rhode Island. Mature has bestowed upon it a delicious climate enchanting scenery and a Bay and Harbor uniting the Best Anchorage with the crystalline azure of the Mediterranean. Wealth and refinement have adorned it with princely mansions and cottages that a poet might covet while its society is beyond All question the most cultivated and elegant in the United states. But fifty years ago Tho Date of our Story the place was Only a half forgotten seaport living in the memories of those earlier Days when its Commerce far exceeded that of new York when hundreds of wealthy hebrews made it the Venice of the new world and sent their teeming Argolies to South America and into the Indian seas. The a British occupation during the revolutionary War struck a death blow at the Prosperity of Newport. The Rich merchant jews gathered together their Gold brilliants closed their warehouses and sailed with their ships to other shores. Their costly synagogue As shut up not to this Day re opened for worship although crept in constant and perfect repair by Tho bequest of Abraham Touro. Ouier Fain alies were impoverished traae deserted the place for its younger rivals the lonely wharves decayed piece meal and dropped into the brine Ait so Complete was Tho stagnant Calm which brooded Over the scene that it seemed wrapped in the sleep of a Hundred years like that of Tho Princess in Tennyson so Day but at last under Tho Guise of fashion came the Awa Koner a touch a kiss the Charm was snapped and the sleeping Beauty arose to a lovelier life than she had Ever shone in before. A Liat do you mean sir a said miss Martha Hayes a Sweet and Twenty a emphasizing the do with a slight stamp and a toss of her pretty head a what do you mean or. Bright by daring to insinuate that i am not mistress of my own fancy and that because it happens to to a time of War i am not still to cherish a kind regard for old friends ? that one of them a a British officer is surely his misfortune and not his fault. friendships Are not in your keeping a a i mean miss Hayes emphasizing Tho miss precisely what i say that if you prefer a British officer an enemy to your country because of his wealth and High rank to one who has loved you so Long As i have you can bestow your band upon him but if. So we May As Well come to an understanding at a miss Hayes sir v replied the irate Beauty tearing her fan open with desperate vigor proceeding to use the instrument violently a you Are growing formal indeed. It always used to be Martha.�?T. A yes and it always used to be a Well sir if you cannot carry on a conversation without assuming airs and styling me miss Hayes you May consider such a miss As Good As a mile according to the adage. A i shall to Moie a Hin a m be from you to Morrow Martha and shall miss you following suit m Jour play of words but not in the format sense which affronts you. Home let s be friends again. You know that with to Morrow slight i leave Newport for Lake brie under capt. Perry a a i should think indeed that you were capt. Perry himself Aud that i were one of your Crew you order people about to said the persistent coquette determining to have a slight Brush with a Lover for the very pleasure of reconciliation an Art of quarrelling in which most j Oung beauties Are adepts. A. A a did not order you. I said it was highly improper for you betrothed As you. Are to me to permit any at Tention in my absence from Lieut. Percy. While he was a prisoner on parole waiting for Exchange i understand that he paid open Couit to you and that so far from retiring a you ought to have done you talked. To him walked with him. Rode with him and actually took him to your own Pew in Trinity a and Why not sir Pray do you suppose that even if i were married to you which fortunately i am not yet. That i should always shut myself out of agreeable society a would you in your absence have me sit alone m a dark chamber with die ordered hair sighing woefully and constantly contemplating the portrait of the faithful Charles after the fashion of Tho love Lorn heroines of Romance ? no indeed i might prefer a life of single blessedness perhaps but never to immune myself in a nunnery a and Martha laughed heartily at her lovers vexation. A i am glad to see this and yet sorry a too. I now perceive that you were never made to make me Happy. I come Home from sea to find my place usurped by another and when .1 complain Jon Only laugh at Dojk of Javish our engagement broken at once a 1 a by All. , sir if you desire a and Jou have no shame for your conduct in encouraging Lieut pc Rej a a not in the least i consider Thatje of take a Una Nanable be it in arraign Ningmay moves without condescending to ask for an , i demand Jour explanation a Quot a. A a a no sir you Are quite too late now not upon compulsion i assure Jou any More than falstaff would give a a before i sailed on my last voyage to the West indies did you not Tell me you loved me dearly and loved me Only ? did you not repeat your vows when the War broke out and t embarked in the Privateer which has taken so Many British vessels ? j a you need not remind me i re Mem her i a then Why do you change ? what do you find in Lieut. Percy that is at Tractive a. Job the Paulette of course lie is of a Noble family and will doubtless be an Admiral and Martha smiled most wickedly upon the exasperated Sailor. A listen to me Martha Hayes. I give you up. You Are undeserving of my love but know that whet i her i fall for my country under Perry or whether 1 return your conduct has ruined Why happiness for of that i should hear you say you no longer love me a a Ana have you heard it sir a a not by word of Mouth but you actions Are far More expressive. Give me Back that ring you Wear. I will return your Loel Jet the moment i reach Home. Give it to me i a do you really mean so a Why not ? you wish to be free and you shall be. Give me the a take it then a and Martha Drew it from her to ser. A on Wiliom will you bestow it. Hereafter or. Bright a a on no one. Heartless woman unless convinced that she truly loves me and such 1 never expect to find.,�?T a you my the Soili j wide Andje of will see a i j to c Oose a never but when i return you May to a May be mrs. Admiral Percy Atje our service a said miss Hayes Pourto saying profoundly and smiling behind her Good Bye forever Quot heartless flirt a a Good Bye my Sweet tempered or. Bright a and the door closed upon him. Scarcely was she alone than she burst into tears. A there i done it now but hell come Back to see me once More. Silly fellow not to guess that i was Only joking about that odious Percy. Ill Send Phillis for him no ill wait until to Morrow morning he will come Back 1 know. Of if he Hadnot taken the ring i believe he was really angry. What a fool i was to give it to him and miss Martha in a rage with herself Tore her fam to tatters and tossed the bits on Tho floor. Half an hour afterwards the door Boll rang. It was answered promptly and Phillis the Little negress came with a Small package containing the locket. A who brought this a asked Martha a Massa Bright a and what did he say a a deed missis he did t say Nathin be just chucked the bundle at me and runner away. A Well a if he does not come Here again this evening you Goto his House the first thing after breakfast to Morrow morning and say that i wish to see a yes Martha waited in vain along lonely evening and passed a wretched night without a Wink of sleep. The faithful Phillis was dispatched at an Early hour but True to his word Charles had sailed in the Schooner for Providence at the Dawn of Day and left no last message for the erring Martha. Then did she indeed shut herself up in her dim chamber and wept Over her lovers picture until her pretty Blue eyes were As red As a ferrets. When the angry Lover bad sent Back the locket and had time for a Little Cool reflection he half repented of his haste a and wished that indeed he bad sought an explanation in a gentle manner. He even made a move to see Martha Onoe More but checked himself. A no i wont go near her a said he. A she knows that i am going in the morning and a if she cares to see me let her Bend for me he went for his final instructions to his commander them. A what is the matter with you my boy a said Perry on parting with him a you look As Black As a Squall to Windward. I Hope you have not quarrelled with that pretty sweetheart of a a yes sir i have. She is a jilt a flirt our engagement is broken and ill never see her a nonsense Hoy a returned Perry. A Chuck her under the Chin and give her a kiss a hell meet you half Way at that i know what a bold you care if Martha a amp yes a a bit of a co Quette ? in be known her longer than you have and i Tell you that a warmer heart never blessed a Sailor and i believe she 1 you dearly a thought so once sir. But now impossible a Well Charles. I can t Stop to reason with Anat jury Man be ready with to morrows Sun but done to let it r be on your Wrath Good night a Young Brave ardent a magnetic Tomt which fascinated Eie Inbody who came into his pres end. Never is one More fitted to Lead in a apog and difficult Enterprise than Oliver Hazard Perry he was in the Verj prime of manhood a Model of chivalrous Beauty Aud he had just been parried to , girl when the Presern need of his country called his Powers a series of defeats Wafic blunders had disgraced the american arms audit raw Felt no Messiry by the government that some Strong an sudden Success so Ould re animate the National an expedition on the Frontier was proposed to Perry he entered at Opee into the spirit of Tho enter pm and while others at Best but doubt Fally hoped his prophetic vision be Neld a splendid Triumph on the to a Pom of Lake Erie. A j most of his command he gathered j in Newport and its Lovely Isle. Such was his influence Over his men not merely by thorough discipline bul by infusing into even the rudest of them his own burning spirit that Long before they reached the scene of Effort they would willingly have Laid Down their lives for in toil in privation in a weary Strung glee through the dense wilderness that then covered the shores of the Lake he even led animated and con. Soled them. A take Good care of my boy capt. Perry said Charles Bright s aged father As be Shook the commander by the a Aye that i will my life Long Friend and Well Send you such cheering news that Newport shall for very Joy shake the merriest peal of Bells that Ever old Trinity it the prayers and blessings of the whole Community followed the Young commander who Only wanted Opportunity to prove Nim Seir a glorious hero. With fearful impatience did Martha Hayes wait for news from her Lover the a Mercury a the Only newspaper in Newport was published but once a week a Mercury whose winged Cap and heels has been Laid aside but happily for Martha be bad no inkling of the magnetic she gleaned what she could from every acquaintance and kept Little Black Phillis Busy in making inquiries sub Rosa of or. Brights servant one if ter noon she heard rumours of a British Man of War tender having come into the Harbor bearing a Flag of truce. She looked from the window upon the Bay and saw the Little ves Sel and As she did so beheld a boat put off from her and Puli to it Ward the Shore. An officer was in the Stern sheets and though at too great a distance to recognize his features she thought he resembled the 1 Euten it who had caused the separation and anger of her Lover. She was not Iong in doubt he bore a from his Admiral to the authorities of Newport regarding an Exchange of seamen and Henri Rifg the deliberations of the worthy fathers he Martha s door. He was at once admitted to the presence of the Beauty who received him with stately composure. A you Are fortunate Lieut. Percy in visiting Newport again this season. 1 hardly thought to see you september has almost gone. You must have sailed fast to run by our forts Orare our batteries Only of spiked Cannon a a they Are doubtless serviceable but i came with dispatches and under a Flag of a a How much More Power us you British officers find flags of truce than your own Ensign a a spare your sarcasm my fair Friend. Beside although your cause has been at times successful at sea our has had greatly the advantage by a yes your Gallant Admiral cock Burri has very lately indeed for along time past Biern untiring in firing barns and robbing All the he roosts on the shores of the a he maj perhaps in his Zeal have Fai exceeded orders but his daring cannot be impugned a said Percy who while he endeavoured to sustain his National valor Felt his Cheek Tingle with shame Ruffian acts of the blackguard Percy continued turning the subject of conversation a we shall soon now have a Triumph in another Quarter to shall to victorious on the water though not on the sea. We shall have glorious news from Lake a indeed we shall or. Percy but such news As you would not wish repeated.�?T. A for Tho Sake of my country i wish Success to the English flotilla but for your Sweet Sake it a a Stop or. Percy you cannot wish ill to Tho British Fleet under any circumstances and keep your loyalty while Jour compliments to me a Are thrown away. Have you any. News from Erie which you can impart to me ? it will be held sacred under your Flag of truce. A a Only that the British commander was Well prepared to meet the a a he will need Tobe indeed when he encounters Perry a. A you have a former Friend in that expedition i believe miss a you quite ,sarpri8e� ,1� sir by your knowledge w u no Dis Guise the truth an old Friend a and a Friend a not a Friend still if report says a report often belies a not in this instance. Pardon me if i speak too boldly but i have heard How that boy parted from you. Surely one who could thus treat you is not worthy of your hand. Was not this engagement lightly Mado ind lightly or oks. A lightly broken indeed but greatly by my own fault a of 1 cannot believe it let me Rev Dearest miss Hayes enchanting Martha again urge , and offer Jou As True and honorable love As Ever Man a never or Percy. I thank Jou for i always liked you As a Friend but by a a but i can wait a a ii Spain my hand is free now but it can never be yours and to be Frank with you i blame myself greatly that while it was not i suffered you to become As intimate with Moas you were. Your Grace and culture pleased me for such Are rare in this deserted town hut you know How utterly astonished i was when you confessed your real that instant i had supposed you like myself betrothed and to the one you so often mentioned Tho lady Adela a never the lady Adela is not one though Lovely to win Ray heart but do you still Tell me that your apparent interest was Only in those outward graces which clothe the English gentleman a a Mora than that or. Percy of much Riore. I very soon appreciated your kind heart and Noble a Andje it Peerless woman whose Sweet sincerity so fascinates me you cannot love me a let me riot despair a a of me indeed you need not Hope but no Man of Strong sense despairs because he cannot win the first woman to loves. You showed me once the minature of lady Adela which in sport she Lent you. A More enchanting picture i never beheld and i read in her countenance those Verajr traits which would be sure to harmonize with Jour own. You Are of Noble blood too and must seek Alliance with the a Yorior birth Sweet Martha is illustrious enough for. . Be mine. I am heir to an earldom and Broad domains and stately mansions Are yours and How proud should i be to display you this islands Gem and to see you of right sparkle at the court of st. James.�?T. To no or. A Percy it cannot be. Were you the very head of that illustrious family to Winch you b Long North umber land himself. A would not be a Duke s Brido a then indeed 1 May abandon Hope but stay this unhappy War produces hatred Between two nations which should be friends. It cannot last very Long Ai d when peace is declared the natural feeling which Jou now have toward an englishman will die a adv a i hat feeling of enmity never entered into my thoughts As far As you Are concerned. will is unalterable and it is useless to urge me further.�?T. A once More Dearest Martha listen. While the strife lasts i cannot with Honor abandon the service of my King but when it is ended 1 Promise to resign my commission and even to leave England if you will share a Home with to a you cannot you must not do so a said Martha wiping away the tears that rained Down her Cheeks. A this prolonged interview can Only be painful to you spare my feelings and leave me.�?T. A a a adorable woman a said Percy seizing her hand fervently. A i go but can never forget a i would not wish you to forget to entirely. I will not be silly enough to say do so and be Happy. It would pain me if you did not believe that i shall kindly remember a i will bid you a Long Farewell then Sweet Martha a said Percy with faltering voice a but will you not give some Little Token to name you by Aud to cherish for my lifetime a a yes my dear Friend. I give you a i hear and know nothing of her. A listen to tips then and write at once asking heir to Pardon your silly haste a and thu Commodore read aloud to him a paragraph from one of his Home letter?�?1�?~Martha Hayes goes nowhere an shuns society. It is a pity her Mathli was broken off she doubtless loves. Charles Bright and there is every re son to believe that she h Aga n Refu Edtl e hand of Lieut. Percy who came in yesterday with a Flag of truce a a a now boy do your duty added Perry write to her at once we Suhail meet the enemy with in a Day of two and then it May be too a -1 joyfully indeed did Charley com ply with Perry a is advice and then was ready As wag Weverjr other Man in that Iitto Cly . So intense had been thefvlrebit9pg Thutt on six weeks. Had elapsed a since they had Hen Quot mod. Down the Forest Trees to build their vessels and now they were prepared i for action. The fierce and bloody fight of the 10th of september 1812, is perhaps the most triumphant in american annals. Bravely did the Young Sailor serve his gun through Tho Long and awful Carriage of that Day he saw his beloved commanders vessel riddled with balls and rendered useless and then beheld the hero bearing in his Handsher Ensign steer in his boat through the Fleet standing erect while Cannon shot flew around him like Hail. He watched him ascend the vessel in which he fought with his comrades he cheered his coming and hailed his Flag again floating to the Breeze As the Harbinger of Victory. What bulletin of Napoleons Ever stirred triumphant t jpy Iri Mill icons As did a Perry a nine Brief words a we Bave met the enemy arid they Are ours a prom breast to breast the Brave news flew the. Magnetic Battery of a nations heart. A i a a Victory a shouted the messenger in Newport arid the Church Bells indeed rang out a peal of Triumph a with the first details of the fight came a letter to Martha from her Lover assuring her of his safety and of his return with the Commodore. She had Only therefore to wait his coming and be Happy while the town prepared to give the hero fitting reception. From Providence he was to sail in a packet and it was arranged that signal guns should Herald his was sunday afternoon and the Boom of cannons broke the sleepy silence of the town. Almost its entire population hurried to the wharves whence they beheld the Schooner which bore their idol coming rapidly Down the Bay the Landing of Perry created the wildest enthusiasm he was borne aloft upon the Heads of the people to his door and was so overcome by emotion that he could Only wave to his worshippers his speechless thanks. Martha weeping with Joy beheld him pass and then hurried to her Home. She heard a familiar step threw open the door and clasped her Happy Lover a have you forgiven me Dearest a be asked. A a of Long since it was All Iris fault a and then came the silent confirmation sweeter than words. A so Charley it seems that Yon too have met the enemy a said the hero with a roguish smile when by saw the two lovers a few Days afterwards. A yes a said Bright drawing Martha sarm close within his own Aad she is ours.�?T. One word More. The lovers were United some rime afterwards when peace had been declared. Commodore Perry gave the Bride a a what have we Here Charley v he said and he examined the wedding present and admired a magnificent piece of Silver plate. It Boro As an inscription a gratitude and memory to Martha Hayes Bright the gift of Captain Grenville and lady Adela Percy.�?T. This on one condition and Martha Drew from her Arm an antique Bracelet of heavy Gold and of rare venetian workmanship. A a this Bracelet she continued a formerly belonged to Cine of the hebrews who lived in Newport. He always said that it had been an heir loom in the illustrious family of Contarini. The tradition is that it has never been sold that it must be freely bestowed that if an attempt is made to sell it it will disappear but As a recompense it confers happiness on the giver. See the motto within it a pm la Dura la Vine a he who endure conquers. That motto is worthy of the percies and i am Happy to give Tho Amulet to a and the condition dear a that you will bestow it on the lady add la a a but i marry a i will Trust to time which works wonders and now porch again clasped her band and kissed it passionately. In silent anguish he passed from her a presence and she saw him no More. A a Charley said capt. Perry to Bright one morning a Charley what news do you received of gym Newport Yoa can speak to in As your Friend and not a your command er.�?T. A none sir except that my father is Well a a and Yotter pretty sweetheart a $ Tara Witt . A family paper for town and country is printed and published weekly by we. Breslin 2d Story of Funckes new building Cumberland st at one Dollar and fifty cents a year. They too perished miserably in a few Days. The alarm which those deaths which appeared almost miraculous occasioned excited the utmost vigilance of the magistrates and when on close examination of the bodies the instrument was found in the Gan. Greed flesh terror was a tiv a Sale every one feared for his life. The Maiden thus cruelly orphaned had passed the first Mon Hoof her Mii Tarn when Tebaldo hoping to Bend her to his will entreated to speak with her at the Gate. The face of the foreigner had been Ever displeasing to her but since the death of All those most dear to her it had become odious As though she had a presentiment of his guilt and her reply was most decisive in the negative. Tebaldo beyond himself with rage attempted to wound her through the Gate Yand succeeded the obscurity of the place prevented his movement from being observed. On her return to her room the Maiden Felt a pain in her breast arid uncovering it she found it spotted with a single drop of Tito a Quot the pain increased the surgeons who hastened to her assistance taught by the past wasted no time in conjecture but cutting deep into the wounded part extracted the Needle before any mortal mischief had commenced and saved the life of the lady. The state inquisition used every Means to discover the hand that dealt these insidious and irresistible blows. The visit of Tebaldo to the Convent caused suspicion to fall heavily upon him. His House was carefully searched the infamous invention discovered and he perished on the Gibbet. of the colonel of Tho ninety third t�?1---- 1 Pennsylvania regiment. no Nett mod by not Lyrania Virginia v May 6th, 18c2. Captain a a when at2,30 p. M.,on the fifth the Quot order was Given by general peek a move up ninety third a we advanced in Quick time to take position in the rear of the fifty fifth new York regiment and support it. On our arrival non the Field we found that ground amounting on the front to about one Hundred and fifty Yards on the right of the fifty fifth new York and on the left of the one Hundred and Sec Ond Pennsylvania was unoccupied. This was Tho space Between the two roads one known As the a new Cut Road a the other the old on its right and both coming together at the distance of two Hundred Yards beyond the Woods through which we moved to take position. As the enemy could be seen advancing in Force the regiment was rapidly posted its right resting of the one Hundred and second Pennsylvania volunteers thus occupying the Middle front of the brigade Ana extending its left in the rear of the fifty fifth new York. About two thirds of the command were in line when the charge of the enemy was made and the fire of our right Wing under direction of Johnson began. The enemy a charge was led by a Squadron of cavalry. The rebel fort known As a fort Magruder a and a smaller one on the extreme right of the brigade front four pieces of artillery which had been brought into position about five Hundred Yards in our front together with cavalry and infantry poured into us a storm of shot Shell grape canister and bullets. For three hours the fire of the regiment was incessant on account of its position commanding a View of both the openings of the roads on either Side of which were fallen Bushes and Trees Over whose tops volleys of musketry blazed upon oar line. At the end of this time the right and Centre had expended forty five rounds and weft without ammunition. The two companies of the left company a Captain Arthur and company a Captain Maitland had been posted by me in rear of the left of the fifty fifth new York under Captain Derr acting major where the enemy made three attempts to flank them but where they were driven Back As often. The firing of the rebels on this flank having ceased and these two companies having thirty unexpended rounds were conducted by me to take position on our extreme right upon which the fire of the enemy was still hotly directed. Here our silence tor some moments had induced the idea that we had retired and these two companies had scarcely been posted when the enemy were seen charging up the Road at the distance of about one Hundred Yards. One Volley from company a aimed Low and with accuracy stopped their charge and they ceased to Advance but continued to fire with rapidly and with fearful effect. At the end of thirty minutes they had been repulsed Here and along our whole front and excepting a few scattering shots from the Bushes to heard from them no More. The regiment maintained an unbroken front for fall fifteen minutes after every round of ammunition had been expended and we held our ground until at 6 f. M., we were relieved by the eighty fifth Pennsylvania regiment Keims brigade. The loss of the ninety third when the Battle was Over was ascertained to be in kilted and wounded As follows a kiwis i Captain g. 2. Shearer company a Centre oot mtg a. Private w Al Jam Callahan company a Clinton county a. Private Benjamin Wol Finger Coio Pany a Berk ton qty a. J private John Mccanley company a Norristown a. Private Jonathan Dampman company a Lebanon a. Private William m. Snyder company a Banville a wounded. Peter l. Zitterer company a Lebanon a. Antony Kramer company a a a a a Andrewin. Weinhard company a a a n corp. W. B. Ramsey company do a sergeant John Hutchinson color bearer company c. Private Samuel shirk company d. A a la Vihrov Kab company d. A Awe. D. Eckert company d. Sergeant Corporal Henry Alshel company a. Private John croak company a. Private John Andrews company p. A a a Jenneville Moyer us a a we. Fox a a m Henry hell Kink company g. A we. Delany a a a 41 Geo. Roche a a 44 sergeant Dennis Oake a a a a Corporal d. Shanebrook a a m private rent. Banks company k. Lieut. Colonel Johnston s horse woe badly wounded by a Musket Ball during the action rendering him useless. I have the Bonot to be very respectfully Tom � j. Mccarter j. Com. 93dj up. Egg ment to capt 9. H. Morris a. A. Qen., pecks brigade. 1 gen. Feck in his report thus refers to the 93d my line was pressed Back under this combination of circumstances. At this jul hcs it to toyed to the left Centre of the i 93d Pennsylvania regiment col. Mccar ter. The regiment came into line handsomely and by the additional weight of is Are was enabled to recover the ground from which the line had receded. It is. Very Gratifying to say to Hakkhe for gun Battery which had been Cap med by the enemy was retaken Aud Rem Jef Teder the Guus of the 92d new York and did pjs Ylva a Carithe close of the a Bol my a arte a although very ill weeks Camp a be a was ten to the action with his regiment a hips amp Tevice. The key of death. In the collection of curiosities preserved in the Arsenal at Venice there is a key of which the following singular tradition is related a about the year 1600, one of those dangerous men in whom extraordinary Talent is Only the fearful source crime and wickedness beyond that of Ordinary men Carne to establish hims Elf As a merchant or trader in Venice. The stranger whose name was Tebaldo became enamoured of the daughter of an ancient House already affianced to another. He demanded her hand in marriage and was of course rejected. Enraged at this he studied How to be revenged. Profoundly skilled in the mechanical arts he allowed himself no rest until lie had invented the most formidable weapon which could be imagined. This was a key of Large size the handle of which was so constructed that it could be turned around with Little difficulty. When turned it discovered a Spring which on pressure launched from the other end a Needle or Lanett of 6ucb Subtile fineness that into the flesh and buried itself there without Leav a ing external Traco. Tebaldo waited a in disguise at the door of the Church tin which the Maiden whom he loved was about to receive the nuptial Benediction the Assassin sent the slender steel in perceived into the breast of the bridegroom. The wounded men had no suspicion of injury but seized with sudden and Sharp pain in Tho midst of the ceremony he fainted and was carried to his House amid the lamentations of the bridal part of. A in was Gil the skill of the physicians who could Liot Durine the cause of this strange illness and in a few Days he flied Flem and de the hand of the Maiden fit am the parents and received second refusal

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