Lebanon Advertiser in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
21 May 1862

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21 May 1862

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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 21, 1862, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaLili 3�tinuitg Odt Orar Eam a to Faao Cam Aop Yacc is a we by and from Getty bad a ctr a to of a a a advertiser office in bark Fen he a a Tois establishment u now supplied with an extent be assortment of Job Type which will to increased of the patronage demands. It can now turn out pro Stino of a very description in a neat and expeditious manner a and on very reasonable terms. Such As fam but checks business cards handbills can Lars labels Bill headings Blanks programmes Bills of fare invitations tickets &c., a a a bums of All kinds common and judgment boobs. School Justice constables and other biases printed correctly and neatly on the Best paper constantly kept a for Sale at this office at prices a to suit the times.�?�. V subscription Price of the Lebanon Adt or tikk one Dollar and a half a Hoar. A. Add Road wit. M. By ssh Lebanon a. Steam Mill and cottage dwelling douse for rent. Trilip subscribers offer or Kant 1 steam planing Mill and saw Mill located near Myo town on the onion canal and Abi Jutla mlle from Tea this Mill bt.8 two pair of burrs for flour and 1 pair for chop. Albo cottage dwelling House a a a Myetta Wilhott the Road leading from Myers own fit Tho Mill. A a 4pcbrof8lon will be Given immediately or on the april not. John a. Donges Thomas Bassmeh assignees of Lori Hertzler. Myor towns be binary 19� 1862 private Sale. It uie subscriber olfers at private Sale All that certain Al in run or tract of lend situate portly in file Grove a township Schuy Loktu county and partly in Bethel township Lebanon county Eckert and Guilford Benjamin Aycrigg Daniel Mouliert in others control Zingone Hundred and sea an a Nartis filth to team bar tenancies consisting of a two Story log dwelling House Story log dwelling House a new and a new water Power t Wilt be easy apply to. G. W. Matc1hn. Agent it Negrov april 120,1859.-tf, out lists at private Sale will be sold at private sate 8 Ackes of land Auu ated to Lofing Lane near Tho Borough Mae in Corn Wall township. It adjoins the widow Fulmer on Tho North and John Krausz on the East. There is a one Story log k0u3e, we Ather boarded of Oft fld 00 the loud Sod a Good Well in the Garden the land has Fine stones for quarries. This met will make Fitce Home for a Small family. _. It is free from ground Bent. Good Hile will be a Ivest Adam Ritcher. N. Tot is now covered with Fine grass half of Ohleh will be Given to the purchaser Lebanon. A tune 13.1860. For rent Fol Stober Boom no. 2, a Eagle building a now occupied by it Ellenstein a Bro As a clothing store. For terms apply Tours. 8araii Linea Weaver or 1 mrs. Elizabeth c. Weidman. Lebanon Jan. 15,1868. _ i in non barrels of the a Lodi Manu factoring Poudrette for Bale by Lodi manufacturing company-180 South wharves Philadelphia a this company with a capital of 8150,000, to a most extensive works of the kind in the world and an experience of 88 years in manufacturing with a reputation Long established having also the exclusive control of All Tho night soil from the great City of new York Aro prepared to Attr Nash an article which is without doubt the cheapest Ami very but fertilizer in Market Price for t Barret and Over $ 1.60 per barrel or Only Aid per ton. It greatly increases the yield and ripens the crop from two to three weeks earlier atan expense of from 83 to $1 per acre and with very Little labor. A fam Lilet containing All the information necessary with letters from Horace Greeley Daniel Webster and hundreds of Farmers who have used it extensively for Many Yomara maybe had res by addressing a letter As above or James t. Foster 68 Courtlandt st., new York care of the Lodi manufacturing co february 18,18g2.-3m. 1803 new styles. Isom Adam risk in Cumberland Street Between Jurt Market and the co dirt Iio Iise Lorth Side hns now on hand a splendid assortment of the now my style of hats and oafs for men and boys for 185b, to which the attention of Tho in bloc is respectfully inti Ted. Hats of All prices from the cheapest to the most costly always Ott hand. Hobos o Speen did assortment of summer hats embracing such As Straw Panama pedal Pearl Horn leghorn. Senate c�o8ian, and All others. Pm he will also wholesale All kinds of hats Caps a Elt country merchants on advantageous terms. Lebanon april 80,1863, my a moot How lost How restored jut 1�?~ulutm, in a seated envelope. Price six Dente. A Uro Turfe on the nature treatment and Radical cure of of seminal weak Ness involuntary emissions sexual debility and impediments to marriage generally nervousness con Simu Tion epilepsy and fits mental and physical incapacity resp iting from Robt. J. , 51. D., author of the been Book jus the world renowned author in this admirable lecture clearly proves from his own experience that the awful consequences of Solf abuse May be effectually removed without Medicine and without dangerous sur. A Leal operations Louglos. Instruments rings or Coral Sis pointing out a Mode of euro at once Eer Talu and effectual by Khlob every sufferer no matter what Bis condition May be May cure himself cheaply privately and radically this lecture will prove a Boon to thousands and thousands. Sent under Seal in a plan in enveloped to any address of Tho receipt of six cent or two postage Stamm by add Thiol or. Chas. J. 0� ki4ne, 127 Bowory nth a York Post office Box 4580. Few Twy 12,1802. A a a prof. Wood restorative cordial and Good renovator is precisely what its name indicates for while pleasant to the taste it is re vilifying exhilarating and strengthening to the vital Powers t also Revivi fies reinstates and Renews the deed in ail be original purity and thus restores and renders the system Invulnerable to attacks of disease. It is the Only preparation aver offered to the world in a popular form be us to be within the reach of All. So chemically and skilfully combined a to be the most pow a Quot of and tone up the digestive organs and allay All nor Vous and other irritation. It is also perfectly exhilarating in Ita effects and yet it is never followed by lassitude or depression of it is composed entirely of vegetable and those thoroughly combining powerful tonic and sooth a a can never in Jure Quot. Such a remedy has Long been Felt to be it Desideratum in the medical world both by the thoroughly skilled in medical Selence and also by All who thaw suffered from debility for it needs no rom dial skin i or knowledge even to see Fiat Debu Ify follows All attacks of disease and Gys Itzoe a Agu Ardad system open to a he attacks of a a vhf the most dangerous to which poor humanity is constantly liable such for example of the following consumption bronchitis indigestion dyspepsia loss of appetite faintness nervous irritability neuralgia palpitation of the heart melancholy hypochondria night sweats languor giddiness and All that Olness of cases so fearfully fatal if unattended to in time called female he a nineties and irregularities. Also lev it i i or derangement or Torpi Dity and liver cd a paiute diseases of the kidney scald Jeg of the urine or any general do tut Teniz tit position to slight colds hacking nod cough emaciation. Difficulty of breathing and to does we Wight enumerate Many More still hut Wel Tava Amice Only to say. It will not Only Enre the debility following chills and fever but prevent #11 attacks Arlson from i cosmetic influences and Enre the diseases at Ente if already attacked. And As it acts directly and persistent upon Tho biliary system arousing the liver to potion promoting in foot All the excretions and secretions of the system it will intall Luty prevent any Del Teri Ous consequences following upon change a full state and water hence All travellers should have a bottle with them and All should take a table spoonful at least Bosforo eating. A it proven to Soe ulsness. A Trenal ene the digestive should be jul the hands of All persons of sedentary habits students nil in tera literary men. And All ladies not accustomed to much out door exorcise should always use if they will they will Hod an agreeable pleas ant and efficient remedy against those ills which Rob them of their Beauty for Poauty cannot exist without health and health cannot exist while Hie above irregularities continue then again the cordial is a perfect blathers Relief. Tafeen a month or two before the final trial she will period Wither Felt ease and safety. There is a Mit Luke about a hit Oard Ialie att vie claim far it. Mothers try it and to you we Appeal to detect the illness or Deoline not Only of your daughters Befarah it be too late but also your Bous and bus. Bands for White Tho former from false delicacy so Down to a premature grave rather than let their cond Luonge known in Elmo the Latt rare often so Meta soup a Tea excitement of business that Orlf ers hot for you they too would travel in h�8mw�?T�w a Quot no a a lets to arrest foil. But the Mother is always vigilant and to you we confidently Appeal for to die sure your never Felling affection will unerringly a it Quot ?5ofb�?ofr Woods Reita Ratlae cordial and blood renovator As to. Remedy which should Taala a on hand in Timo of need o j Wood proprietor 444 Broadway hew York and 14 mjg Ket a toe flt st louts mo., goo drug. Guto. Also by or. Robs opposite the court Ente,.Lebanon, a. Price one Dollar per . A july is. Isell by. Cow. A 0 i. 13�?no. 48. Lebanon pa., wednesday May �?~21, 1862. A Al half tag. A he old grist a ill. Half h id by drooping Willows. At the foot of the Wood crowned Hill. Nestling in quiet Beauty is standing the old grist Mill. Its roof is Green an amp Karasy. And plate less Oro in Walls i. Silent and still is tha did water wheel a All clasped in Elmo a Osther amp la Slimy and Green is the Penstock. And covered with Nettles rank choked is the tortuous i Vasses Cleave its Hanks. The Willow dolorous branches ate kissing the Glassy Pond. With its apatite rocks and flouting flocks and the thick lined Shore beyond. Back to the Days of my boyhood my thoughts Fly on memory swings i see the old Mill in is glory Bright Spray the huge water wheel flings. Adit tramps through the foaming water with a Imp rry pattering Sousa and what Querry peals Tho a counter wheels1�?T. Give Forth As they whirl around. Hark flow Tho Miu stones rumble. As the Golden Groin leaps through. It. Inst to the rattling cd Amati Quot. Shaking Tho and Ilia a shoe it. Swiftly is gliding the boning a flu a runs. I Onu gaze there Stanush the i. On Cornie in rms a pears Bowel Down with years aft the weighty sacks hers Torne. Dust wraps him round As a Halo Nap jobs and dinged is his hat a honest old Man was the Miller i. Ween thong Dit his Swine were Fet. Weighing out quarters of flour ,. Measure lug bushels of of grist work Liis Dower. T. Wicnty of water ins need. % Tot Wirig from morning till Peteti. Grinding the Golden Grain a death one Day chanced Over that Way aha heavenward jogged the Swain. So How the ghost like Miller no Moreau his Post is found. From his haunt he a missed be bos ground his grist and the Millers grist he . Well they Bay was Hub grist Wosk Well told were the yarns he spun Weil toll a was the Bell at his funeral after Hla work was donor and now the old Mill stand eth. Cheerless and silent Aud old Bata and owls through Tea windows Are flying fearless and bold. Time and. The rats Are gnawing at Rafter and Boam and floor and soon the old Mill so dreary still will crumble to Rise to tit of. Of what is the world but a grist Mill where right so ground Down by Power. Where fashion to grand Long its in unions into very India Brent flour 1 where Nice 1b where the Rich Are grinding the poo where wrists of cares and Hopes and fears pass in and out at the Doof i of. What is the Earth Iraq a Miu Etone turning around Ucb Day grinding the lives of its children slowly but surely away 1 grimly remorselessly ending. Stifling each panting breath who is that Skelston Miller j who but the scare Crow death i. When will the Mill and the Millstone it a Moulder to dark decay. And time s keen scythe make the Miller win hid and hear him from hence away t of god How we gaze and wonder on the great unveiled to exp forever condemned to Podder of an awful mystery 1 the Bolero murder Al we had dined and wore sitting comfortably about under the half ruined shanty on the top of the o Mountain. A come Bradley a said. Col. Throop the Story Loving a Tell Lis Sora moral entertaining and instructive Story before we return to Sachem a head i will a said the Young lawyer absently and staling away to Seaward As if expecting to find his Story in the summer Haze that veiled All the further a at of the sound obscured even the hearer angular outlines of fair Cneri s Island. A there a a singularly commanding at last to added a from this spot in Clear weather a a go on with your Story a a said Throop. A that a what 1 was considering a said Bradley a in fact my observation in part led me to and lie proceeded a you All rom Enaber the horrid Mur Detz Here in North Guilford some years ago ? no it was of two singular old English people,.mr. And mrs Bolero i i remember the Naftis because i of ifs Ned he might to so Nior paint of the firm of Bolero Mer Rywin per Bosanquet and Lacy v a cwt Tyd Ferles Lamb thanks in a the sup amp is plated Man. They lived a roue a a Niece on a Staif solitary farm in the Woods just Over Here on the Side of Quinebaug Pond keeping House in a strange melancholy v a being known to have and use a considerable Quantity of heavy old fashioned in gosh Silver plate but dressing and eating other Wise on a scale parsimonious almost to m Seiy. J heir Silver their reserved and almost soar Demeanour find even Tho slightly i eaten expense of the dross of their handsome Mece As Well As Tho lady like manners of that Young person made. The neighbors All believe that they had been people of importance at Home and m spite of All of Chbeir frugality Here immensely Rich still having hoards in cellar or under the Hearthstone perhaps. A there was also an indistinct Rumor of it son or Nephew of oho Oid Man whom nobody had seen and inde Eil. Nobody knew where the Rumor came from who was said to be a desperate brutal sort of a he a the murderer said Throop. A Well All that was known at the time of the murder was that the poor old couple had disappeared. The House was found uninhabited one pleasant summer morning by a neighbor who came on some Small country errand of barter or borrowing not finding the old lady at any of her usual avocations under the a Back stoop a or in the Kitchen he knocked then walked in bears hed All the rooms entering their bedroom on a he ground floor last. Here he found the bed clothes turned Down and the Only but sufficient signs of the crime namely the bed clothes and bed All saturated with blood. The Niece miss Selden was known to have departed on a visit. Searching All Over the Bouse and premises be found elsewhere not so much As a drop of blood nor any traces of the dead and nothing whatever to mention except the Silver was gone. A this was All also that Tho authorities could ascertain and notwithstanding the rigid and persevering search kept up by the people of the neighbourhood for some Days these facts remained Tho sum total of information in the matter. A it was about two years after this while i was. Practising in new. Haven that the stale s attorney for new Haven county a leading lawyer thebe sent for to to assist him in trying the Caso of the state us. Yen. Sen Quot by Lect Nigrine simply because he knew i needed even the Small fees which would be forthcoming and because lie knew my father and myself. His Brief business note said nothing of Tho details and i was surprised and interested upon entering his office to hea3tastbiffitbe<-supposed the kurd Eye r of or and mrs. Bolero was this Yensen As lie called himself and that be had been seized on the premises in North Guilfoil a in the act of digging up the lost Silver having been captured by a North Guilford Constable and to my great surprised by a certain Charley now King was a classmate of mine at College had become a lieutenant in the Navy and had. As 1 knew just returned from a Long voyage in a United states Steamer to the Pacific having been ordered to her from the coast Survey on account of his skill in hydrography and drawing. A Kenseh had been bound Over before a country Justice one of or Bol Derous nearest neighbors on the strength of the presumption from the occupation in which to was i inquired of the attorney How the two men came to find him there. A you knew that King was engaged to miss Selden a did no to you a a a no indeed i never heard of a he was however the lawyer said and had been As it would appear lingering about the House probably in Hopes of seeing her for old Bol Doro was so queer that to might have been displeased if he had come in. The old gentleman however excused himself from giving airy details being full of business and remarking that to should let me manage the Case and that King would undoubtedly communicate with me upon it he seized some papers and hurried off telling me that kio0 was atthe tontine and Yensen at a thou other Public House just above namely. A the jail which is a few doors North of the old tavern find also on Church Street fronting the Green. A upon inquiring at Tho tontine office i found to at k no had new York and had left a note for to. This Contan de a eos dial ref Rerd to our old Friendship and informed to that he should be in court on the Day appointed for the trial which would be in ample Sci son. An official order occasioned his departure. A this was rather puzzling treatment i thought for the managing at Torney of an important criminal Case. How was i to prepare my pcs Timon and to make up my Brief farther consultation with the states attorney did not Clear up matters for Tho old gentleman i thought rather put to off avoiding to give Hie any information on the plea of urgent employment and telling in that ring was right for that so far As he the attorney understood the argument could be made extempore and immediately upon the rendering of the testimony As Well As at six month s notice. With this i was Perfo Ico Content and waited As Well As i could though Little confident in my Pon cars of extempore nation. A a a the morning of Tho trial came however and i entered the Corn t room having been put in Eom Muni cation with the Justice who bound Over the prisoner and the Constable who helped seize him received from my senior the Pic oper formal papers from the justices Couit ind being supplied with certain other Iid witnesses to collated i facts but to my Murthi i Surprise King was not visible on my saying so to the states . He remarked that to supposed not. The morning new York train not an iving quite yet. At ten of clock the court entered and the session was opened with the usual absurd shout by or. Sheriff. A the Case was called on and the prisoner arranged. He looked a sufficiently Likely to be guilty. A Stout by tilt Bullet headed hard featured sail orly person with Light hair and eyes an evil visage showing signs of much dissipation and a Down look a upon being put to plead he was arraigned by the name of John f Agger at which he started perceptibly and hesitated a moment but recovering him self plead a not guilty Stapaj Fly enough and in a Strong coarse voice. I was prepared to show had he disputed it by witnesses and authenticated copies that he had some time before proved himself to the satisfaction of the probate court of Guilford District to be John Dagger the Nephew of John Bolero the deceased that by that name he had taken out letters of administration with will annexed Over Bol Derois estate Alleg eng that said will which he presented ail in due form had been placed by Bolero in the custody of himself As intended heir which was no doubt True and had in course of Law received Possession of. All Tho property of Bolero which he bad now sold and had with the proceeds bought a Small sea Side farm Neir new Loudon where be bad since lived but had there Passeri Apsell 6ff As Hana yen sen a German by birth who had earned fits Money in whaling a i now introduced the Constable who proved merely Tho facts of the arrest Viz that King had come to the House an of advised h m that he had Good cause to suspect a certain m n of having murdered or and it or Bolero aired that he would by about the place that night to dig up a one of his if and could be taken a. A a Good Ward was offered the officer readily undertook the Johir it i it Hoy Lay in wait i one a Corner a Ofca to the a a Votti Yard Tarace selected by King and seized in prisoner after new Fidd of come As they Byerc expecting late dug a deep bo1e�close to one Jouthe a Fence posts Al yid taken Fri i a a age Quantity of Silver which Bias present in court fas the Justice a Hadje a,10d it up. Upon a their seizing at first frightened then fought fun Ousby in per. Only submit Temaat a the intending to dig up certain Silver to Ell it. And to leave the country for the Flea son that he believed he should lose tote u t against him a Cert Tel other Circum stance which i atm Naen Tiosh my mediately. Wlm Ole no. C74. Top the Steamer with which i had lately returned and had left miss Selden who also on the Point of leaving Home for it of some length to some friends to Iff cre East Ward. Being Uncertain whether sight of caused be eve that i knew., where a she was yet gone and being too much this Silver would be dug. And by lying in i employed m contemplating some comp wait at the place accordingly 4i i surd nations and drawings connected with the him with it i Hipo s6 on 1 t 14 knifed state coast Survey to go to the i now proceed continued Ein Jonito House again. I was that morning watch narrate the circumstances of which Vas Tang at. To see her again Norving her Dean Eye witness a which. Will explain the per tire would be at a very Early hour. References Shieh i i ave one of the main Points Trianu far ?3 a Vicli cause me to the coast of Connecticut was up recognize the prisoner it i Bri the Summit Oftie Steep and bold Moun la As he said this , j who Fidel i Tain called Token and sometimes Bluff Hith Eric been a Daress Irig a Quot Imp i Fuff it tiie head which rises immediately from the judge turned himself so As. Toyook directly toward the prisoner and Liis voice clanged and he spoke with a leh Zerafa solemnity anti a Lone of pity and sorrow Winch showed hat he Felt Jim self to Fie or Boldego s House Western Edge Olaui Hebang Pond. I had be a encamped there for some time and a As i Trad often done Befu Tel i was look Uga Cross the Pond wit i a Telescope t a a a a pm Tot Atawa f bait Rit . A pm per i i Jow and Cal Stry t3 printed and publish a cd be kit by War. A Bresino _ 2d Stoi j of Funckes new building. Cumberland st at Oak Dollar and fifty cents a year.advebti3e3fent3 inserted at the to Nudd rate. The friends of the establishment and the Public Geis for ally Are respectfully solicited to Send in their Ardara. Printed atan hour i notice. Kates of postage. In Lebanon county postage free. I in Pennsylvania out of Lebanon county cents Pel Quarter or 13 cents a year. ,. Out of this state cute. Per Quarter or 2o cd a year if the Poats to in not paid Ina amp Aiice. Ratee Are duo decl. A Means go pre. Ter him he had not either then or after Ward made any statement whatever a relative to himself or the Silver to far ask the officer knew. A. A upon opening the trunk of plate a Large Quantity of pieces old fashioned pattern and heavy make were shown to the court and jury very Black with their exposure on each pm a a a he name of John Bolero and a Bat of arms. A while the Silver was under inspection i Rose and with some embarrassment of feelings if not in appearance req of Cri of of nerf. A. Thorf stay of proceedings on tic ground that an important witness was absent. A what witness i Biddle ? blandly inquired the Gray liaised judge. A limit. Charles King. I answered a who assisted in apprehending the a a what do you expect to prove. Or. Bradley a joined the judge by or. King Uriber than the testimony of the arresting officer a a i really could not Tell and was somewhat puzzled which fact w As observed by the attorney toi Tho defense a a Sharp unscrupulous old fellow renowned for. Defending a horse cases and criminal prosecutions for jokes and vulgar stories to the jury quicks and quibbles and any thing else except convincing logic fair practice or moral Power and he at once commenced an impassioned Appeal to the court against the slightest delay stating that tiie defense were ready and anxious to go on. And that not a moments delay should be granted for a fellow a could to probably shown iras socking the blood of an innocent fellow being for Tho Sake dirty aspersions upon King. 1 was. Not very wisely about threatening Counselor Yap Many such was his name with a Little slander suit when my senior interrupted to with a hold up William Here s your Man i ,. A he came Dusty with his ride Anu with a Large parcel or two Urffer his Arm. Havig driven straight from the cars to the court room i beckoned to him. And no clod to the. Sheriff the officer voc iterated a Charles King 1-and Tho tardy witness a Well made Strong built straight Young Man with a close Auburn Beard and a Mustache which he. Had cultivated since i had soon him. Took his place on the Side of Tho. Space before Tho Jude s Chin and not Vicy fir from either that dignitary the jury or the Dock where Tho. Sullen Joson or sat ironed for he bad boo obstinately and dangerously violent close under the Wing of the Hurley sheriff. A now or. King i said will you be Good enough to. Tell the court what you 1$now of the prisoner and of the which he is implicated a. A what he said m answer was very nearly As follows i i returned from a Long cruise about six weeks ago Haring heard nothing irom Home for a Long time. Upon my return i went at once tour. Bolero s House and j then for the first time heard of the murder of himself and wife. And of Jaggar s 1 succession1 to and Transfer of it. The occupants could Tell me nothing of miss Selden and therefore i made a Qune Solami Bulpin an old Justice of the peace or Bolero s nearest neighbor and perhaps his most intimate acquaintance. Justice Bipin informed me of miss Selden s whereabouts and also placed into my hands a Viil. Of which the prose Cut on have n authenticated copy. It is of later Date than that under which jag-1 Gerel aimed. This will revoked All former wills and left the real and personal property subject to mrs. Bolero s life interest to miss Selden i was shortly afterwards married to her having been engaged to her. For some time and at Onee brought suit against Jagger for the value of the property which is still pending. I had occasion to meet him in new London on business connected with this suit and on that occasion it was that a circumstance occurred which caused me the prisoner As guilty of the what was that circumstance 1�?T sharply asked or. Yap Man As King paused and looked keenly at the prisoner. Jagger looked up sullenly and defiantly yet with a certain expression of curiosity at him for a moment and then Down again in silence. A the witness will be in your hands immediately brother Yap Man interrupted the states attorney a let him Tell his own. Yap Nan would have insisted but the judge silenced him and King resumed a we came to no agreement about the suit but my suspicions were much excited by Jagger a behaviour and i employed an officer to watch him who soon brought me word that he had overheard Jagger malting certain arrangements with a coi Spanion and upon a Given night was did every person in the. Court room a on the 30th of june said King a in the year .184�?�/.Between the hours of half past four and five John jagger�?.�?T. A King stopped a moment struck by the fearful sudden look toward him of the prisoner and the Pale sickened terror of his face As his jaw dropped and he stared at the witness appalled at this quiet fixing almost of the very moment of. Is crime did not i think leave either jury Man or Spectator a Shadow of doubt that the Mur Derfer was before him and a smothered sound that was almost a groan arose from All of us. The Gray haired judge his kindly voice trembling with emotion said a or. King the court is not in doubt of your sense or your responsibility a yet it thinks it its duty to admonish you that you Are now to say what May dispose 6f the present and the future of a human soul. I am not sure that to Ose voids should have been said yet so profoundly awake Weie we All to the unconscious silent confession. 1 might almost Call it. Of the criminal. As if it had made the very air of the quiet old Corn 11 com suddenly h avy with revelations of guilt and death that no sense of impropriety occurred to us and King merely bowing silently but turning again to the prisoner proceeded and Jagger. At the bar. Still gazed with that horrible fear upon his face As if within the a fatal magnetism. A Between the hours of half past four and five John Jagger came from the Back door of or. Bordero s House went a dozen of Steps into the Back Yard turned about. And Shook ins Nunt band at the nouse with a Peculiar and characteristic gesture of angry a Sion. After a moment or two he deliberately took two sacks from1 a repository under the shed and entered the House with them. He shortly came out ure is much the same although he wore a a led shirt which i had never seen or Boldego do. I of this reason my suspicions w Ere not then excited and though i thought his proceedings a Little uncommon my in ind was much preoccupied with my work the cruise upon which i was ordered and the lady whom i was wishing to see and. Knew him to be a singular Man. I therefore supposed that he was merely adjusting the Fence in the coined ind is i knew that or Bolero was in the habit of carrying Corn m his Skiff to the null at the outlet of the Pond i at twist supposed that to be ins errand and afterwards took it for granted that he had chosen to dispose of some wast Materia or other by sinking stun the Pond such was the testimony of King and Heie the prosecution Lested i Yap Man Cross exan Mea him w Ith no effect and after a. Mere Brief summary of the proof on my Pait and a singularly Feek. Answer from him the Case went to Tho jul in who after fifteen minutes Aeh aeration by ought m their verdict As every one sex petted of guilty of Niue Der in the ii Side gree.�?T. A i ought to give you. % collateral item or two to fill out some details. The old Justice Bulpin had retained bolder of a will without even mentioning its exist ence dui Ingall Jagger a proceedings under the previous one in accordance with construction of the old gentleman a instructions to him at placing it in his charge. A the neighbors in their search for the Bod e of or and mrs. Bolero would have found them had they dragged the Pond. But this does not seem to have of cued to them As there is an ancient and Eceil d to d t it a in the Vicinity that a. Cent m i be area of it lying opposite the Mounta n i unfathomable an account by the Way which is almost invariably Agam having upon h Hoider the body current Jand religiously believed, of."boletero in one of the sacks and this he carried through the Yard through the Woods Between the Bouse and the Pond and placed it in or Boldego k if which was made a t to i Tiee then he rustic Lake let. They say the same of tie Black Pond m Middlefield of the Little take on the Summit of Talcott Mountain West of Hartford. A it appeared afterwards that quite an lab returned. And in like manner disposed of a orate scheme of defence had been concoct theody ofor Bolero then he i t of the boat took one of the oars. And. Standing up. Culled out into the Pond to a Point about a third of the Way across where he Sank the Bodie and then re turned. As he stood up in the boat to return he made u e of the ame be Ture of anger or excited passion he made the boat fast at the tree returned to the House entered it shortly came out with the Sil ver in his hand proceeded to a Corner of the Wood Yard dug a deep Hole close to and under one of the posts and there con coiled the Silver smoothing the ground Over and Leav my it coveted with rubbish is it was before. And then lie passed round the House and went away Down the Road. Eddy j Ger or his counsel which How Ever a in died useless by the unexpected and overwhelming directness of King s testimony and by the effect of it and of the Bones so. Suddenly exhibited upon the prisoner. Tins defense was to have consisted mainly in. The testimony of a fellow who was to have sworn to having been informed of the place where the Silver was buried while at sea. By a Sailor who died and who was to have been made out thus ended the lawyer s Story. said he i Ising come this Way and see How plainly we can see the farm we followed him to a Point at the Eastern brow of the Mountain where it Falls m one Steep slope Down to the very Waters Edge of volition element m the army is the More necessary of e More of e military problem approaches its solution ? have none of the gentlemen thought of it. That make a great sacrifice in exchanging a More considerable civil position for an inconsiderable military one. In order to serve a cause which is common to us Alt i any attack me for taking a step in which i. Should have been More supported by All who in. Certain political views identical with mine than in any other ? the idea that my obtaining this position would be an impediment to the promotion of other officers is foolish. In the new position i would be Able undoubtedly to do More in this respect than i could have done in my Quot old a we can conceive of no act which could have More plainly revealed the demagogue in Carl Seli Urz than the publication of this letter. He disgracefully confesses his motives in entering the army Are purely partisan. And. In order to give plausibility to his action charges that the whole army is m the hands of pro Sla very men he thus m one breath demeans himself and grossly slanders and insults the army. But he does still More than this. An agitator and revolutionist by instinct and enter Tuung the opinion proclaimed in his new Yolk speech that a the Union is gone a he it innate s that he enters the army for the purpose of taking part in the establishment of a new order upon the ruins of the present government. A so far As his limited influence extends Schurz is therefore As dangerous As dishonourable. The first printed Book. It is a remarkable and most interesting fact says a secular paper that the very first use to which the discovery of printing was applied was the production of the Bible. This was accomplished1 at Menlo Between the years 1450 and 1455. Guttenburg was the inventor of the Art and Tau amp to a Goldsmith furnished the Newessa sary funds. Had it be a single Page or at entire Sheet which was then produced there might have been less occasion to have noticed it but there was something in the whole character of the affair which y if riot unprecedented rendered it singular in the current of human events. This1 Bible was in two Folio volumes which have been justly praised for the Beauty and strength of the paper the exactness1 of the Register and the Lustre of the the work contained twelve hundreds and eighty two pages and being the first Ever printed of course Long period of time and an immense amount of men Tal manual and mechanical labor and yet for a Long time after it had been finished and offered for Sale not a single human being save the artists themselves knew How it had been accomplished. Of the first printed Bible eighteen copies Are now known to be in existence four of which re printed on vellum. Two of these Are in England one being in the Grenville collection one is in the Royal Library at Berlin and one in the Royal Library of Paris of the remaining fourteen copies ten Are in England there being a copy in Oxford Edinburg London and seven in the collection of different noblemen. The vellum copy has been sold As High As eight Hundred Ficca by Argus. A or. Bolero had two prominent front a the deep Pond and looked where he Point Teeth Fellows and with a Gold filling on de. The farm Lay apparently within a the inside of each corresponding with that stones throw a lonely Square Clearing a in the other. He had once fractured Hisa faint smoke rising from one Chimney Collar Bone and having been in skilfully and All around it the thick Woods dark set the portions had i own together so As Given with the tatter summer spread is to leave a Large projection at the Point of gently out for Miles. Not another House juncture. And he had lost All but half of was m sight All along that Side of the Long. The lowest joint of Hie right Middle Finger hastily breaking the string from a cel. King took from it a human Skull a radius and ulna with the Bones of the hand attached and a Collar Bone and held them up. Then handing them from the witness Box to the Foreman of the jury he a these Are the Bones of or. silent Sheet of deep Black water. The Pogge is very lonely he added a a on an Ordinary computation of chances it was perfectly Sale to go and murder two old people their Eiraj m the morn ing. Jaeger had come in from sea. And Only waited about until lie found that the old couple were alone. He knew nothing of the coast there. I recovered of Quinebaug a tie was justified mathematically speaking. Pond still in the Strong Linen sacks which j in believing himself quite unseen. This were of English make such As he always Side of the Pond is still Moie lonely than used Rise lest of his remains and those oflus wife Are decently strange and sudden display of the mortal remains of his relative and victim had an effect upon the coarse materialized mind of the murderer which perhaps no circumstantial Ity of parole testing any could have produced. He stared upon the worn and flesh less Bones for a moment still with the same horrible White terror stricken face a at once he caught for breath and groaned aloud and then dropping his head upon the rail before him he cried out a lord have mercy upon me a and so he remained Sci it a Down trembling and silent until the adjournment of the court. A. A �1a when the jury men had each inspected the relics of mortality which King had Given them he handed them up to the judge and continued a it was the gesture which i had twice seen Jagger make use of on the morning of the murder which caused me to recon fizz him As the criminal. When i saw him at new London he flew into a passion and at our parting made use of the same. This in connection with the general strangeness of his manner caused me to have him watched and taking him with the Silver completed my conviction. A i shall now describe the Means by which i became an Eye witness of the facts i have mentioned a at the time of a the murder i had been a frequent visitor at the House of or. Bolero where my present wife was living. A Day or two before that time i had received orders to that. No human being could have reckoned upon the presence of a at this distance and upon this lofty solitary spot and armed with such an effectual a from the Milio Aukse news. Why Carl Schurz applied for a brigadier Buffalo Democrat of a recent Date copies a letter written by Carl Schurz to a or Butz of Chicago and originally published in the Illinois Staats Zeitung in which he explains the motives1 which induced him to abandon the for a military position. It appears that the German Republican papers expressed their disapprobation of the application of Schurz of a brigadier general ship and in order to break the Point of this attack of his own. Party press the letter a portion of which is published below was written to his Friend you will probably have read the attacks which different Republican journals have published against me on account of my prospective Entrance into can these people it then not see the political motives upon which this move is based it is an evil threatening fact that the army is in the hands of the pro slavery elements. It is also certain that tiie army will throw a heavy weight m the scale by solving some of the burning questions of our time. Could our friends not comprehend that the anti slavery a mixing of the army or. The introduction of the a eggo. Or. Mather us eff to say that there a was a gentleman mentioned in the 10th chapter of the acts to whom he was More indebted that a any other in the this was the town clerk of Ephesus whose counsel was to do nothing upon any proposal of consequence it was useful with him to say a let us first consult with the town clerk of what mischief trouble and sorrow would to avoided in the world were the people More in the habit of consulting this gentleman. An intelligent Farmer being asked if his horses were Well Matyll de replied yes they Are matched first rate one of them is willing to do All the work and the other is willing he should. Ges. Western letter writer gives the following pen sketch of the commander of our armies in the South West a to those who have never seen Geu. Halleck it May be interesting to know that Tho steel ii graving of him is. A. Very Correct likeness. I suppose there is but one As i have never see ii or heard of More. It gives however the idea of a Large Man while he is Beloit the medium height straight Active and Well formed and has a brisk energetic gait significant of his firm and decisive character. I is Hose is delicate and Well formed his forehead ample his month by a Means devoid of humor and his Eye the Moat is snark Able i Ever saw in any Man except prof. A Gassisi. It is of a Pazol color Clear As a morning Star and of a most intense brilliancy Tuben he looks at a Man As though lie wife Lite orally to read him through and throw Ghr a a to amount of Pilar duplicity no brn amp in is route a no studied concealment could Avail anything before that teen penetrating glance it is a Eye to Mako a rogues tremble and even Hobbit men look about them to be sure they have not been tip to some mischief. The profaned and implicit Confidence of All who have Lead dealings with him is no mystery fior seeing what Ninfa ner of Man to is. A i tire amp Ting astronomical prisons were born at the same place same moment of time. After an ago of fifty years they both died also at the same spot and at the same inst tit yet one of them lived one Hundred days1 longer than Tho other. Pfow was it possible pm a not to keep our friends in suspense the solution turns on a Yunoos but. With a very Little reflection a very Point in a person going Frond the world to looses a towards the Oast be Gay a one supposing then two Porson Boru Hopo whence a voyage round thou lamp a hat porno in a year if one perform act has Oon it st Honky towards the West in ?.yufcha will be fifty Days behind the stationary , and if the othor4sail.equally opt Jim Wilt a Tiu fifty Days m prance of them. One there try will have seen one hardred Days More than t a other though they ver Hwo and a pm at the nine place a and at the same froment a Iyih lived continually in the Sama Onod by the same Calendar it

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