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iIIVERTIBER brricEi LEBANON, PENN'A
-Tzits entabliiihmeniis now supplied with an extensive
sissotyitielAof ;JOB TYPE, which will be increased as the
putioniiii 'dente:l4s. It can now turn ant IRINTING, of
efere'fleier . ittlon; in a neat and expeditious manner—
alidblicirery.reasonable terms. Such as '
t- . lbasfihess .Cards,
7".oll'cula.rs - Labels,
Bill. Ileadinge, Blankt,
Ptogiarames Bills of rate,.
invitations, Tickets, &c., te.
un binds. Common anti dudentent
- Scheel, Justices', Constables' and other BLANKS, prittted
ciarrectb• tualtneatly on the best paper, constantly kept
for ,saN ottice, at priers the times."
*ifi' Subscription price of the LEBANON ADVERTISER
and a Half a I
Address, %VAL Vii. Brixault,. - Lebanon , Pa.
CYRUS P. MILLER ,
„. -, ...,REMOVAL.
.., ~.. .S. T. 31cADA111
PeTTO - RN EY AT LAW,
11 AS REMOVED his office to Atairket Street. opposite
,thedLebanott. ilank, two doors North of Widow
se's ftqtpl... ”
~. Lebanon;initieh 25, '63,
BaISSLER ISO l' R,
ico , x• 33. +a t a, - vair
.471,FP/OP, removed to Cumberland street, one door
East of the Lebanon Talley santi. opposite the
illiek'lletel,lettnnOn Pa - [Jan. 8,'64.
ARMY — .AN D NAVY
EtISION, BOUNTY, DACE PAY AND BON
ei ,, Pr 4510 t Ea,
.1714.8 undersigned, having Je•en licensed to Wise - Milo
. tdahns, and havftheen 'angkeed in the Bounty and
busineas;mffers his services to all those who
ai a thereto entitled. in accordance with the various
Ptieta of Congress. All such should call or address at
onoe,andinte s tig l imMtio A ri t s tn t r h n iv ey uf i l t i ,bov.
• OFFICs removed to Cumberland St., one
-.door East of the Lebanon Valley Batik, (Tirane
l',l9tel, Lebanon, Pa. [Jan. 6, e 4.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
North West °ma of Water
- and Market Streets,
TTO'INEY AT LAW.
rFICE in Cinnolierlend street, 'a few floors east of
, tbelleale Hotel, Iw-the office. late .of his father
:Capt. John Weidman, dee'd.
I.obanou. Sept. 9,1993.
A. STANLEY lULRITII,
ATTORN.EY AT LAW ,
lborremoYed ltis office to the by 'Ming, one door cas
of Laudennitelt 't.Store;hppositetbe Washington 'House
➢OUNTY and P2.NSIO'I4 claims promptly attended
JApril. 8, '63.-3m.
.•'' JACOB WEIDLE, jr.,
ivlTTOßi'''.Y'-. T W;
OFFICE, north-west corner Market arid Water Ste.,
N-1 Lebanon, Pa.
4Lebanen, January 13,1564.-Iyl
• P. 11... NISH.
fATINR Itiented in Lebanon ' offers his profession
-I_., al services to the public. Office in itlarkStat.,
the building fo!therly occupied by his father.
. Lebstnin.Die. 16, 1863.
GEO. P. LINEA,W.EAVER., :having
=.ll pointed, by the. Commissioner of Pensions, a
~.-Washington, Examining Surgeon for P 013510118, is pre.
• -pared to attend to aft applicants for Pension at his of
.' Dee, in Market street, next .14 or to the Pest Odic°.
Lebanon, March 25th, 1863.--6ta
--DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
.. Vo in cE is hereby given that-the Co-partner
ip heretofore existing betWoon the tinder
,signed, dealing lit the Confectionery business, in the
• Betetlgh of Lebanon, has been dissolved by mutual
consent. The Books will be at the old stand for settle
'neut. JOSEPII LOWRY,
Leb.,Peb. 10 1 1884.]:.11 14 NRY
Is. The business' will be continued by the tinder
: _ JOSI PII LOWRY.
TILE undersigned has Inbred his eiftlre to George's
Corner, (entrance on Walnut St., opposite the
".COnit lionse,) where ho continues to give his whole
- - attention to Surveying and Scrivening. Is always
- in his office on Saturdays, and at all other times un
less"when called away by business. having lately
- -be - du appointed a Notary Public, he has authority of
'take acknowledgments the same as Justices . of the
Particular attention given to writing Wills and
,snaking out distributlotts.
lllVllila Oturned - frorii Philadelphia. would say
to the:good people of Lebanon and vie laity, that
1 base taken rooms at Jins. ltsaatt'a (one door East of
Dr. C. D. Olonjager%) where I eon be found at all
Insure of the day, to wait upon 'those who may wild
' . professional eery ices.
~portieuhtr attention paid to the freatment and/Ming
"dtrETTI. AU operations done in the most improved
. and; scitirtifio manner.
'IPEO - `Pitle.E.S as low us elsewhere for the seine
felssu of work.
Chloroform and Ether administered to patients when
disired. • -
"' !'7Aankfulforiserf favors, Ivottid solicit the patron •
age's) those wishing the services of a Dentist.
GEORGE Matta, D. D. S.
'Lebanon; Pa., April 27; ,
1864: ' •
- Iflarain.l . V. Rank
; -Txrp.witi.N . of Jonesiown,Lelomon county, would
reepectfully inform his friends, and the public,
,that he has connected himself with Mr..f.,6wun, in the
L TOI.IWOOO, SNOP.PiAN'D SEGA.II BUSi NESS, '
IfeiPtehTorth Third-street, Phila.,
where he will be . glad to receive customers, and wit
Wlieritt4;B:ttuitiiitt. piovo witiArtictory. -
~,,,,Philadalphia May 20, 1863.
N 1 NC lfs l7 4"Lialt II IN O W3S
The Oniy 'Maine capaple of making afore
than' One Kind of a Stitch; , and -the
Only One having 'the ItE
VERSIELE 'FEED.. '
The Seed may be reverend at any point - desired,
fteoping - ,which is a great adi•eantage in teatetr
"Yrtitlieends of seams. -
it makes four different atltches, lock. knot, double
look, andtdouble knot ; each stitch perfect and alike
;on both:Sides of the fabric.
,There t is no other Machine which will do - so large a
dco c irk the." Florence."
, w.lll.Braid,'Tdelc; Qnilt, Cord, *lfem, POI, Bind,
aGather,-andrdo all kinds of Stitching require:l4'y fant•
'' • •The - litiLle inexperienced find no, difficulty iri using
tiezo" • • ,
• - .' , "'sigiery Machine - le „warranted to give entire satisfac
' Won 'and to do all.that .cletroed for it.
i.. The Florence must be seen to be Apprecia(ed.
_Agent:ofLebanon natiity, /thirdlle, Pa.
, Perions wishing - to see the - Machine in operation can
- bq calling on the Agent at Annville.
Annvilio; March 9,1804.—am.
. VRANSPORTATION LINE.
,:;;IT;. :: l3y,lebanon Valley Railroad.
•VARTICULAB attention will be paid to Goods shipp
, s will Ad by the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Goodill be
::150Adrifly tiland from Philadelphia to Lebanon, Myers
:. ...ro . w‘i . ! and - Annville Stations, and all other points in the
1".111thlIGIIT8 contracted ior at theleast possible rotes
..:TinrProprietor will pay particular attention to,*and
latteod pgreoually,to.the receiving and delivery of an
Tr - nights. - >
4 -. For 'lnformation, apply at his Office at tho Lebanon
Talley Railroad Depot, Lebnnon.
RDWARD MARK,.his Agent in Philadelphia, will al
•Waye bolouta at W. A Bush's.Aierchant's Hotel, North
`Third se, Phitiukiphirt .
. . .
gSI' 11:1i.:gdAY;in Puick'sbuilding, corner of °urn
s . berland street and Doe alley, hailon hand and
JCS sale, either by the Yard. or• guide - to order, a large
lot of • .
" OLCI,II6', $
:.• CASST.IIIE4E6i. al; d
• " VESTINGS,
well selected from Good Houses. Dood.rts and sub.
stantial making guaranieed to all. Alio Handker
chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, Hoeiery, Suspenders, Fancy and'
'Elton LizAekk Sliirtsflinder Shirts and Drawers.
.• S. S. RAJIISAF: -
-Bourity. ' en
ision olatips jitsi priutcd and for sale ae. the AD-
VOL. 1.5---NO. 49.
Ve , geta , ble ]Extract.
A PURE TONIC.
Dr. 0. At. JACKSON Philacl'a.Pa
. WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the
Kidneys, and all disenies arising from 'a
d isordered.Liver or Stomach. •
Such as Constipation, Inward.. Files, Fulness or Blood
to the Head, Acid ity Of • the . Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn, DisguSt fur Food, pulness 'or Weight in the
Stomach'.: Sour. Eructations}, Sinking or, Fluttering at
the Pit of the Stotiieh, Sivimmi hg 'of the fiend, Hur
ried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at "the Heart,
Choking or Suffocating Seusatione-Nyhen in ly ingpos
tore, Dimness of Vision, Dote or Webs before the
Sight, Fever end Dull Pain-. in the Hand, Deficiency of
perspiration, Yelloemoss at the Skin and Eyes,: Pain
In ths Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, Sudden Flushes
of neat; Bunting in the Flesh. Constant Imaginings
of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. _
And will . positively prevent Yelkw Fever, Bilious
N 6 Alcohol Of' Bad Winskey 7
They wit.t. OUOE the shove diseases in ninety
nine eases out of a hundred.
Induced by the extensive sale and universal popu
larity of Headland's German Bitters, (purely re^etab le.)
hos of ignorant quacks and unscrupulous t7drentu
rers, have opened upon suffering humanity the flood,
gates of Nostrums in the shape of poor -whiskey, vilely
compounded with injurious drugs, and christened Ton
ics, Stemaehiss and Bitters.
ihrware of the innumerable - array of Alcoholic prep
ruatims in plethoric bottler l and big bellied, kegs, un
der the modest appellation of , Bitters ; which instead
of curing, only oggrevate disease, and leave ti ti disap
pointed sat - era-in dispair.
IIOOFBAND'S GERMAN BITTERS!
Are not a nese:and -untried articie, but have stood
the test of fifteen years trial by the American public:
and their reputation and stile, are not rivallial by any
The proprietots hare tbottswids of Lettol3 front the
Testifying of their own person el knowledge, to the
beneficial effects 'and medical 'V ittues of these 13 Mors.
DO YOU WANT SOMETIIINO TO STRENGT LIAO YOU?
DO YOU WANT A GOOD APPETITE ?
DO YOU WANT TO BUILD YOUR CONSTITUTION?
DO YOU WANT TO FEEL WELL?.
DO YOU WANT TO GET RID OE NERVOUSNESS ?
DO YOU WANT ENERGY T,
DO YOU WANT TO SLEEP WELL?
DO YOU WANT A BRISfil AND VIGOROUS FEELING?
If you do, use HOONLAND'S BRMEN ISITTERS
Prom Bee. J. Newton Brown, IA IA, Editor of the ,en.
cyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. -
Although not disposed to favor or• recommend Pat=
ont Medicines in general, through distrust of their in
gredients and effects ; I yet know of no sufficient rea
sons why a man may-not testify to the benefits he be
lieves himself to have received• from any simple prep
aration, in the hope that he may thus contribute tone
benefit of others. -
I de this the more readily in tegard to Ifeefland's
German Bltters,.prepared by Dr. O• M. JacksMiolfthis
city, because I was prejudiced against them for ninny
years, under the impression that they Were chiellynn
alcoholic mixture. I am- indebted to my friend Rob
ert Shoemaker, Esq., for the remoyal of this prejudice
by proper tests, and for encouragement to try them,
when suffering front great and long continued debili
ty. The use of three bottles of these Bitters, lathe be
ginning, of the present year, was followed by evident
relief, and restoration to a degree 9f bodily and men
tatvigor which 1 bad not felt for six months before.
and had almost despaired Of rev:Ml.llllg, 1 therefore
tbank:Gad 7friend fordireetiug me-to •tlie use
of them 3.. NEWTON . DROWN.
Daman's, Sous, 2S 11131.
There are norny preparations sold under the name of
Bitters, put up in quart ,bottles. compeunded of the
cheapest whiskey or common rum, costing from 20 to
40 cents per gallon, the taste disguised by Anise or
This class of Bitters bits caused and will continue to
cause, as long as"they can be Sold, hundreds to die the
dehth of the drunkard. Aly their use the system is
kept continually under the ielthence of Alcoholic Stim
ulants o fthe worst kind, the desire for Liquor is crea
ted anti kept np,atid the: Jesuit is all the:horrors at
tendant upon a drunkard's life"and death.
Tor those who desire and mil/have a Liquor Bitters,
we publish the following receipt. Get One Bottle Hoof
law s Germa- Bitters and-mix with Three quarts of
Good Brandy or W7tis7cy, and the result will lie a prep
oration that will :far excel in medicinal virtues and
true excellence any of the numerous Liquor. Bitters in
the market, and will cost much km. Yon will - have
all the virtues of Hooftanti's ifitlcrs in conuectien with
&good article of Liquer,..at a much less price than
these inferior preparations WilLcost you.
AND TDB I , IIIINDS OP SOLDIERS.
We call ilae attentionlef all having relations and
friends in the army to the fact that "DOMAN:WS
Gorman Bitters" will cure nine tenths of the diseasei
induced by exposures privations incident to camp
life. In the lists, published almost daily in'the news.
papers, on the arrival of ' the s'ck, it will be noticed
that a very large proportion *tire suffering front debili
ty. Every cave of that kind can be readily aired by
Iloofiand's Gilrman Bitters. Diseases resulting from
disorders of the digestive,organs are speedilyymnoved.
We have no hesitation tiftitsting that, if these Bitters
were freely used amongtmr soldiers, hundreds of lives
might be saved that:otherwise will betost.
We call particular attention to the follnwhyg,re
niarkable and well-authenticated cure of One a the
net ion's heroes, whose 'DO, le use his own language,
nhas been saved by the Bitters :"
PLULADELPI I I4 August 23rd, 1.862,
Mews. Jags & Evens.:7Well, gentlemen, your Hoof
land's German liiitere has saved my life. There is no
mistake in this. It is vouched for. by numbers Of my.
comrades, some of whose name are appended, and.,who
were luny cognizant of all the circumstances of my,
case I em, and have heeif .for the last four years, a
member of,Sherman's Jelebrated battery, and under
the immediate command of. Captain It. If. Ayres --
Through the expotiare attendant upon my arduous du.
ties, I was attacked is November last With ',inanimation
of the lungs, and Wag 'for seventy-two days hi the hos
pital. This was followed by great debility, heighten
ed by au attack of dysentery. I was then removed.
&eta - the White House, dud Sent to this city on board
she Stemmer '-State of Maine." front which, I lauded,
on the 23th ofJune. Since that, time. I havaLheee a
bout as low as any one could be and still retain 'a
of vitality. For it week or more I was scarcely able to
wallow anything, and if I did force a morsel down, it
was immediately thrown up again. • •
I could not even keep a glass of water on my stom
ach . Life could not last under these circumstances:
and, accordingly, the physicians who had been work:
lug faithfully, though unsuccessfully; to rescue me
front the ,-grasp of the dead Archer, frankly told inc
they could do uo more for me, and advised me to See
a clergyman, and to make such , disposition of my lin&
tedlunds as best suited me. An acquaintance - who
visited vie at the hospital, Mr. Frederick Steinbron,
Sixth below Arch Sheet, ads ised me, as a forlorn
hops, to try your Bitters, and kindly pressured it hot
le. From the time 1. commenced taking them the
gloomy Shadow of death reetided, and I sun now, thank
God for it, getting better. Though I have but taken
two bottles, I have gains /10 peptide, and I feel tm
pi:le of being permitted Po rejoin my wife and daugh
ter, from whom 1 have heard nothing for 18 months:
for, gentlemen, I am a loyal Yitghtlan, from the vicin
ity of Front Royal. To your invaluable Bitters I owe
the certainty of life which has takeettbe place ofvague
fears—to your Bitters will Lowe the glorious privilege
of again clasping to my bosom those who are dearest to
me in life. Very truly yours, ISAAC MALONE_
We fully cancer in the truth of, the above statement,
as we bad despaired of seeing our comrade, Mr. Malone,
restored to health.'
301 IN OUDBLEBACK, Ist New York Battery.
GEORGE A ACKLEY,' Co C llth Maine. -
LEWIS _OBEY A lAER , e2d New York,
.L E.-SPENCER, Ist Artillery'', liotlorY
B FASEIVEIL, Co Iletrferinont.
HENRY B J.EROAtE, Colt - do. ' ,
• 11EN EY T MACDONALD, CO 0-6th . MaMe. '
JOHN F WARD, Co E Bth Maine.
lIEIRIIAN KOCII. CO IL T2d:New York.
NATRANIEL B THOMAS; Co F 95th. Penn:
ANABEW J KIMBALL, Co A 3d Vermont.
JOHN JENEINSi:Co-Bleieth Penn.
Beware of Counterfeits .
See that the signature, 4ACIISONP is en
the WRAPPER. of each bottle. , -
PRICE PER BOTTLE -75 CENTS,
. Oil HALF DOZ. FOR tot OD.
Should your Nearest druggist not have the article,
do not be put off by any of the, intoxicating prepara
tions that may be offered in itisipluhti,
,but send to us,
and wo will forward. securely packed, by express.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY,
NO. 631 AB.Ca , ST, ' ' '
Jones & -Evans.
(Sudceisor to C.*. JACKSON &- C 0.,)
. _ . ,
W:7OAV SA ILK by , On. Geo.:ltonnoiptiosite thitCouit
Droggieta'siid , ,Dealers in'
every town in the United' t&tes.
A. HIGHLY. CONCENTRATO
LEBANON, PA., WEDNESDAY, RINE 1, 1864.
OLD ABE AND THE BLACK GENTLEMAN.
This Tyrant, Vrhos'o solo panto blisters our
Was once thought—honest.---Maelpeth.
It was at the silent midnight hour,
When night and morning meet,
Old Nick walked into old Abo's room
And stood close %tat is feet.
He shook his horns and wagged his tail,
As Other beasts oft do,
And cried aloud, '!Awake old Abet
For I am borne for you."
Old Abe tremblitigly aWoko,
First gaped, then rubbed his eyes,
To see-the gentleman in black
Quito filled hint with surprise.
Ile muttered sometitiog-ind istinet,
About Fort Lafayette:,
Although his blood was mil:ming cold)
He broke out in a sweat.
Tho Devil erW, "Give - ear, aid Abe,
- And do not Courage lack, •
Too well 1.-lineve for years you hate
Loved every tbiettlist i s Weis.
"Therefore prepare to go with too,
(Old Ahe, he groaned with fear)
rinay,as well just take you now
As wait another year."
,Poor Abe cries' out, "What have I done,
(And gaVe another groan) '
Olt, dear, oh, deat like Jeff,l want,
For to be let alone."
Old Nick ht laughed, and shook his head,
And unto Abe did say,
"There is no Habeas. Corpus now,
Come, get up right away."
Then Alierese slowly from his bed;
But what seems strange to tell,
Prom sulphur or from something else,
There came a noisol.lll3.smell.
Then Nick took Abo upon his book,
And solemnly he swore,
lie never carried down below.
So bad a man before.
When to the river Styx they came,
Old Charon with his bodt,
Refund to Ferry old Abe o'er,
Or change a greeninick note.
Old Charon said, "My charge is mall,
Oise penny in hard cash,
Shinplasters don't pass current bore,
Nur no such worthless trash.
"Remember, Abe, you don't„on me
Play any little joke.
The distount,new iP six.ty five,
The Bank 'w ill Boon he-broke.
"Besides, you might repudiate s
It has been dime before ;
But as you once were splitting roils,
I p'rhaps may row you o!er.
"Just to oblige my friend ) old Nick,
For take you o'er be must,
And as you have no copperhead ) ,
I'll row you o'er on trust,
"Although so bad a man before
Ne'er o'er this river went—'
A glorious Yankee President,
And cannotmile a cent."
Then :Oink and Abe got in a boat )
• And Ch6ron revved tbent o'er
Right gittd - was he' to land them both
'Upon tho'nether stiore.
Then Nick took Abraham by the arm,
' Ahd said, "Come on with. me,
My little imps will be rejoiced
.So great a mum to see,
They entered now within a place
Of sulphur, fire and smoke,•
Said Nick to Abe, "Don't this remind
Yon of a little joke ?
"This is the tyrant's last abode,
When he from earth has past.
Ah ! ha !jiti•l. ha! give us -a jtate,
'Let us have Old Abe's last."
Poor Abe he could not say a word,
Ito trembled so with fear,
nut into warm corner reeled,
And sank down on a chair.
"Come oat of that 1" old Rick serled out,
I keep that seat social - ad,
And that arm abafr is ready there
Awaiting Billy Seward.
"And here is Hance Greeley's nekt—
The next one is for Chase,
But Forney and Ben
Mast have a hotter place. .
"lialleek's seat is further on,
With Pope's close by the fires t
I give the rogues the wannest place,
But always roast tile liars.
*.llera's Curtin's with n - sbuddY taut,
And tier° is tine for:Banks—
Sberman's it not quite finished yet;
I've just completed Schenck's.
"And hero is ono' for Everett,
With Davis's close by ;
itk CUlonel Fish upon, my fork
Mive a fienerol Fry.
."And as for prownlow, that old ,knave,
Ile knows this place air woll,
Therefore the fonl-nsouthed Porson shalt
Be scavenger of hell." .
Again ho led poor old Abe on e
Though,but a little Fpace,
.Stopped by an iron door and amid,
"This is tny hottest place.
"And here I keep my Puritans,
A class both mean and sly,,
Whose object is, and ever was;
To rule or else destroy:
•"There I keep them by, themseivot i
Conti nod tivithin.this Cell,
For if I Were to let 'them loosey ,
There'd be no peace in hell.
"Just take a peep in through the bars,
Yon need not mind the heat."
Poor old Abe looked, and said with a sigh,
I see some empty seats."
"Yes," said oldNick,:"the top one's for
An Aholition .Preacher,
Good service he'has done for me,
ills name ia Burry Beecher.
"The Right-hand seat is Garrison's,
The lett band is for Jay,
The one for Wendell Phillips
Was placed there yesterday.
"I hrele a place for Sumner in
Orm'of my hottest nooks,
Iles .beset' a blatherskite.since he
Was whipped by Brook's.
' "So many come, I belie not time
To fix up seats for all,
Therefore I hang the lesser. knavec
On hooks around the mall.
"Now see,,l give each ono Altair place,
According to their due,
And in the very hottest pit
I have a place for you. -
"Now go thy way to earth again,
`;find live a'life of pain—
Lfor, the present say farewell,
We soon shall meet again."
Old Nick then carried old. Abe* back,
As bumble Its a mouse;
None pan describe the joy be raw
When be sawAlte , White House.
Bet' ere, old Nick had.set him down,
He unto Abe did say; "
"Altbough - I left you off this time,
meefinother ` -
Otr Thevomen •of Utah have .Irecently
,altered the , iirthogiaphy i'ofitheieerekd,--;
-Thernovi' sitell it Moremerc
A ROMANCE OF LIFE.
The scene is Paris during the bloody
reign of, terror.
In one of the unfashionable quar
tem of that then great slaughter field
and in a dark and dingy street whose
almost met above, and exehidedeVen
the noonday sun front the denizens
below, a pale, slender, delicate
With a sweet face and heavenly eyes,
stood in the door, Of a wine:ehop,:look
ing toward the nearest corner, from
Which, though she had as 'yet :seen
nothing, camp Wild shouts, and the
quick patter of running foctsteps.—
The next instant *young man, well
dressed, without , " covering for his
bead, his' long, dark Bair, streaming
in the Wind, lne.eyes'glaring, and his
handsome flice ei,tiAtly terror,
came -bbunding:-fOrward.' single
glance Was suffiCient to aeenre'the no
hltihearted, Sympathetic girl - that she
looked upon one of that unfortunate
clan's whose crime it now was to have
been , :born and bred, and who
was flying from human bloodhounds
eager to draghiinbefore a mock :tri
bunal, and send-him to the guillotine.
In those awful days it Was death to
any citiken to succor or conceal the
proecribed ; but with a noble impulse,
borne of a-high and holy nature, the
girl exclaimed; quickly and quietly,
without a gesttireor change posi
The young man, comprehending
her, and hoping to save his wife, leap
ed past her over'the threshold with
out tittering .a single Word. •
"Quick 1" said the girl; looking
down the street 'as if following him
with her eyes.; !'run back to the third
inner room, dart under the bed., lift a
trap door and descend to the vaults,
securing the trap on the loWer side."
She had not finished the sentence,
When the pursuerS'of Lb e:fugl dye, four
rongli-looking felloWsoituulo their am
pearance around the corner. The
foremost was by her side in an in
stant, mid said fiercely,: -
"Which way ?" •
The girl pOinted in silence,
small, narrow opening between some
bitildingS" jtist below her.; With a hoWl
rather than a Afloat, = thetnan darted
by,and plunged - into the opening, fol
lowed by his companions.
The girl now turned back into the
shop, trembling with fear at what she
had one, and her . :own , narrow es
cape, but searetly,, rejoicing that she
hint been :-'permitted :;to save the
stranger. I\To one knew, as , she be.
libeled; of biS being beneath that roof
but herself; mrone else had seen-biin ;
lies domestic :was up stairs, raid -her
flail& was not at home ; and, as she
had thrown the bloodhounds on the.
Wrongscent, both were safe.
.SO, at least; she reasoned, as she
went back to take every precaution,
against a search in' the event of sus
picien being - subsequently fastened
upon her. The old ]louse in which
she lived had been built long anterior
to her father's time, and had proba
bly-once been used td secrete smug
gled goods. At all Omits ; the trap
door under the bed Was intended to
be covered by anotlier floor sliding
over it, which could be easily worked
to Its place by solnsi• concealed
chinery in the walls, when: nothing
but one solid floor would bey isible.—
Bat in order to:get this second floor
over the first, it wasinecessary to lift
tip the bed and each 'article of furni
ture ; and as Marie Villey could not
Yet the aid of the ddinestic, without
giving soine , reason for this. unusual
proceeding, which Might prove: dan
afterwardi - slip was obliged to
accomplish it alone, , and was at least
a half hour - in accomplishing it to her
She had just returned into the front
shop, heated and flashed from this:la
bor and excitement, combined, :lam
the leader of the ruffians walked slow
ly and deliberately: into the apart
ment, followed, at the, same gait, by
his-villainous coMpintions: .Ml four
stopped in the middle of the room and
took •ti.. keen but quiet survey of
everything in and about the apart
merit; and then the leader, advancing
straight to the girl; took hold of her
arm, and bringing his rough face near
and his black, :piercing eyes to boar
upon hers, said, in a low, menacing
tone: "It won't do,:girl; lie's in_herel"
In spite-of herself, Marie trembled
and turned pale ; but fearing the lives
of her father, herself and the strang
er might depend upon the manner oC
her reply, she summoned :back all
her nerve, and answered wit,h. quiet
dignity and; wonderful : composure . :
"Is. not, my father one of. ,the
pie and am' not his daughter ?
Beware, citizen, how you.. insult the
family of an honest mau,''
The ruffian released herarin, :and
:muttered, with a downcast, sullen
"If I'm wrong, rin'willinw a to take
back my words , " ,
"If you , still think there is *strang
er concealed beri'), you are, at liberty
to search ' the premises. Will you
take]some - wine
The leader glanced at his
ions, and nodded an, afirmative, and
,thngirl quickly placed some tumblers
and a decanter efore them. When
they ;had all drank, the : spokesman
observed, with a chuckle :
"If that wine 'ever paid impost, then
I'm no: Sinner. " ,
"Then it's . quite , certain , that 'the
wine never paid impost,'.' grimied.one
"Y.ou':re, a pretty-lass and'. a sweet
nne;"! resumed the; spoiesMan„,turia
. ing to Marie ; "but for all that, we'll
:hate, ,makCia! -',search
kfow is duty ;WI" bY,AF4.Y . - 49 f !ppaz
"Oh, certainly, citizens—do your
duty !" returned Marie, with well as
sumed calmness ; "only , do not pat
me to any unnecessary trouble," •
"And 1 may as well tell You first
as last," proceeded the other, "that if
we find that fellow here, we can't save
you from what will follow."
"Oh, very well.; if you find any
stranger here, you may tirl'est me as
()nick as you . please," retigned the
girl with a pleasant smile, which ap
peared to be natural. "Nay," she
added,.gravely, "Since you 'have said
uch, I-shall insist upon you mak
ing:the search, that neither my fil.th
Cr or self may lay under the . imputa
tion ofeonspiring against the welfare
of the nation.
Her.words and_ manner conVineed
the : ruffians that :she was innocent,
and they o n ly went through the form
of a search; lasted hardly
quarter of an hour: Thflti, taking an
otherlarg,e driiik of wine., they with=
drew., greatly to the relief of Marie
)vho, fancying the danger over ; sat
down and wept - for joy.
Alas for the noble girl the danger
was not yet past—her greatest trial
was'yet to come. Scarcely had the
ruffians taken their departure, when
a small, sinister looking young man
entered the wine shop:
"Well, Jacques," 'said Marie, grave
ly, "how can I serve you ?"
"By becoming my wife," returned
the little nian, With a bold and confi
"Jacques, how` ninny tithes . will it
be necessary for me to ten you that I
will never Marry you ? Why this
eonstant importunity ? vexing and
annoyinff me w y
herever ou can.. I
will no l'onger submit to it. I 110 W
warn you that if you again address
mo on the subject, I shall acquaint
toy father. You know his temper;
and I trust you force me to
make him your enemy;"
understand. Marie, I under
stand," sneered the other 'you have
anotherlover; but you will not get rid
of MC so easily for all that: Do you
see that building over the way? Of
course you do! %Yell, it has windows,
has it not? Exactly so. -Jac
ques Debei, being at one 'Of those
Windows an hour ago, saw a very nice
young gentleman dart in here. He
Wits pursued by the commissaries of
the RevolUtionaryveibunal, and they
were directed • further on by Marie
Villey. They did not find him, how
qver, and came hack here in search;
brit honcy.cd words and good wine
sent thon awhy without the fugitive,
Oh n©its ' see, by your pale lace,
quivering,• lips, and Areinipl ing hands,you
you-understand mes it I-am
glad I ttin uodorstood; foi; Dow you
will (illicitly choose between; Jacques
Deba send the
"Villain, begone!" cried in
dignantly. ' "I would choose a thou
sand guillotines before so base a heart
"Adieu, then, my pretty Maid!" re
turned Debez, with mock politeness;
"you shall have your choice; and when
yoUr head'falts under the bloody knife,
I .will . brihe the executioner to save it
for Inc." •
Aslie'Said this, he turned on his
heel and darted out into the street;
leaViev, poor Marie the picture of
Unite despair. She would have re
called him, though she scarcely knew
for what; brit it was already too late
he was gone; and her Wildly . throbbing
heart told her too truly whither his
stepS were heot.
TWO hours inter, Marie Villey was
arrested and scot lo prison accused
of concealing and favoring the escape.
of a foe to the Republic. Her father,
learoin& the facts became nearly dis
tracted denied the charge, and de ,
mantled a search of his premises, This
'was done; hut nothing to justify the
charge against his daoghter was dis
covereth Being a Man of some influ
ence tonong those in power, he man
aged to have the . trial of. Marie take
place on the day following her arrest;
and though the wieked Jacques Debez
was present and stated all he had
seen, yet the jridges seemed to have
doubts of her guilt, - and she *as, ac
quitted.. Then an unknown voice
cused Jacques Debez ofbcing at heart
I 6count:ex-revolutionist, who was f 3 c k
iug to bring justice into bad repute ; by
al mingfar the overthrow of those who
were knOwn to bestaunch supporters
of the, Republic. This was enough.
Jacques Debez was instantly arrested,
tried, convicted, sentenced, and guil
lotined before sunset.
Ilrheii Marie Villey reached home,
and the secrecyofher own apartment,
she became violently agitated eoncer- '
ning the stranger, and the terrible or
deal through which she' had passed
on his account., Was , he still living?
and if so, What must be . his own
ings,.shut IV in the dungeon below,
without light, a drop of, water ; or a
morsel of foOd,, for two long, dreadful
days. - She was almost afraid, to de
scend-to him; and yet she must see
him, tako him fOod, and,. if possible,
effect his liberation without the fact
coming to the knowledge of her fatli.
or, or any other human being„ -
Long, long were' the hours that pre
ceded the dead of night; and then,
with everything prepared; Marie, with
trembling hands,, Worked back the up
per floor; and tried to yaise the. blip.
It Was fastened beneath. She tapped
lightly upon it;.again and again and
then, jut° her heart, a light tap re
' sponded ',froth beloW.
niy friend," she said, . in a
low tone, putting her,lips ,close. f:nthe
It vas immediately unfastened; ;
"May Ci0c1.14:49a7q4 bless you, no- ,
)114 a, row,n;tlo,4ictue voice,
g:BrAfit9S'qiPf,*flif i YY, e-r .qo, 4 4 ' * n
tine lovely face AT atry:lllie foxin
WHOLE NO. 779
Putting her finger to her lips as a
sign of caution, Marie with a light in
one band and a basket of provision,
water and wine in the other, descend
ed to the vaults below:
"I have come at laSt, sir, to save
you," said she, gazing with a look -of
pure compassion Upon the pale, hand
son face or the stranger.
"Noble girl;" he replied, iu a trem
ulous tone, , his eyeS filling with tears,
"what can I ever do to repay you?
Alas? it is beyond any power; your re
-IVard must come.rivoin ah'ove. Earth
has no adequate recompense for such
a child of Heaven!'
"Oh, how "yon must have suffered!"
said Marie, Ivith emotion; "and yet it
was not my fault; I.could not come to
yousooner;, and Idared
_not let an
Other knoW - that'on Were concealed
In 'a'place, that I leoed - would be your
Then ns slionrge4 hhi to eat and
prepare forfiight, She 'related, in an
artless, straightforward manner, all
that had occurred during his incar
ceration: . ,
"My guardian angel," he said, ta
king her hand, pressing his lips to it,
and weeping like a child, "What have
you not suffered he - eau - se ofme? And
who am I that Heaven should have
sebt !be such a. deliverer? Pardon
me! language has no power to express
my feelings; My heart swells with e
motion too deep 'for utterance; I can
only say, God. bless yottl I I had
died here ) it Would have been with
that prayer on my lips. My greatest
suffering's, noble girl, have been on
your account I feared all that you
say has taken place; and could my ap
pearance haVe saved you rather than
destroyed you, I should have made
my presence known when I heard the
search going en above:
Oh, what a world is this! Demons
and angels walking side by side to
the gates of Death, where they sepa
rate-'forever, the one to .soar into re
gions of liwht and theother to• Plunge
into realms of darkness."
An hour later; the stranger : refresh
ed by food and wine, was secretly con
ducted to the street, by Marie, where
he silently - took his departure in the
darkneSS, his name still unknown to
her, and his handsoine,. Manly form
being seen as she believed fbr the last
Yearsrplled on. the Reign of Terror
ceased, and the Director Consulate,
and ti mpire in turn succeeded. Marie
Villey now a poor orphan, - and still
unmarried, wag struggling in poverty
to earn an: honest airing,. when -the
stranger,. whom she had so nobly
saved rat the:peril: of her Jamie
his appearance in her hum hie quarters.
He had diseovered - ber residence by
chance, after lon g believing her to be
no more on earth. He e3tpressed his
gratitude With impassioned eloquence,
and - concluded by offering the hand
of tlat heart which for years had been
hers: ' She accepted the offer, and the
nuptual ceremony was performed in
private... But not till she had become
his wife did she hear him named as
Mousier le Compte de Vaudry. A
noble action thus met a noble reward,
and the last days of Mario Villey, the
Conntess of Vaudrey, were both bril
liant and happy:
THE FOUNDER OF THE CHRISTY MIN
During lily first summer at Buffa
lo I saw, every afternoon, riding up
the main street on a nice iron-gray
saddle herse, a cigar in his, mouth;
and little overdressed, a tall, dark;
and handsome young man, whose con
stant appearance excited my curiosi
ty: "Who is he?" I asked one of my
friends-- - -" Who is he ?" " - Why, that
is Ned Christy." "And who, pray, is
tNed Christy ?" said I. "If you will
go with me this evening; -I will,show
you," said .he. In the evening we
walked down across the canal into
the Wapping of Buffalo, which had
given me and my fellow passengers
so cordial a welcome on the arrival of
the packet-boat The bouges wore
much alike in their appearance.—
There was a bar-room in front and a
dancing-room in the-rear; with steam-
boat men, sailors, canalers; not to say
canaille, mixed with some of the wild
er young clerks -fromfthe forwarding
houses and "stores.". The ladies, who
dressed low and rouged high, drank
and daneed with equal abandon. And
there conspicuous by his almost Apol
lo-like beauty of form and feature,
was the horseman of the main street,
playing the tambourine: There was
a buxom lady, said to be his wife,
with several children, in a private
parlor. This man
_playing the tam
bourine so skillfully, not long after
wards Organized the first make-be
.lieve negro-hand of .singersand musi
cians..,. and the most successful one—
Chris ty's MinStrels. Ho bravely gave
his first public entertainments in Buf
falo,.where every one knew him and
his antecedents, AL.few months af
terwards his minstrels were all the
rage in New York, where they at
tracted overflowing houses for years,
and ids a - handsoine fortune for Ned
ChriSty: lle lived like a prince; it
was said, : With the woman
befriended hint, and whose children
he carefully educated ; and I Was
sorry to, read, afew months ago, that
he: had become insanewith that
*tinge insanity off' Men who have ris
en frOni poVorty to' wealth---the in
sane terror of coming to VAIIL
AA Repuhliputi abuses, us for saying
that instead of. Abolitionism killing
Kill itself, and challenges us
to show that Abalitioniirn isdyinger dead.
Welctir,"the-reastin-ire give :is, that it is
offensive.-- df - it - ismot not: it ought to be
buried_allys to, ftee t th9;earrh of its intoler
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LIST OF THE KILLED AND WOUNDED OF THE
93d Regimeht P. V.
OUNDEIT . -
Sergeant John D Drag, thigh, neVerelY.
Corporal Anthony Kramer, neck, severely..
II Clay Bowman, face, severely.
" Ephraim ni Woomer, suck', seyerelyy
" George Hinter, arm.
David If Bowman, temple.
Charles W Beck. hand. ,
Robert Beck, thigh, severely.
Tacob Bechtold, spine, severely.
Samuel D . Daugherty, breast, severely.
Joseph Dissinger, thnnib.
Israel Etter, arm.
Henry Fisher, shoulder, severely.
Valentine Heikki', slightly.
Charles kiartline, left arm.
Franklin lbach, leg, severely.
Rudolph Isenhauer, head, severely.
Frederick Reissman, shoulder, severely, '
James tiartminy, arm severely.
Muses Leininger, leu,treVetialY.
William Lee, shoulder, seVerelt.
Jeremiah Logan, mouth, severely.
George Logan, left side, severely.
Thomas Mark; leg; severely.
Soloman Matthew, leg, severely.
Simon hlcConnel, wrist, severely.
Franklin Ristenbatt, leg, slightly.
Cyrus Reineehl, shoulder.
Henry Sechrist, leg, sevelely.
Joseph lioulliard, thigh, severely.
Samuel Sesbold, leg, slightly.
Ja ^ob Zattazahil, bend, slightly.
Total, - • 39
Tha abOve to acarrect Hat a 8 far a 8 can be 118C8itainad
JACOB P. Elfinzat, Capt.oo. A, P.
C 4. Mr
Private Wiliam Oboyle,May 5
Corporal William Bogt, May 6
Corpora' Charles Bomberger, May It
Winfield S Gram, Maitl
David Bennothum, May
Isaac Bomberger, May 6
James Strickler, May 6
Samuel It Fisher, - May 5
Mahlon It Weidner, May 5
Jacob Near, May 5
Benjamin Strauss, May 5
Jonathan T Knoll, May 6
Frank Weand, May 5
Aaron Weand, May 5
Henry Swayer, May 5
John Ellwanger, May 5
Cyrus Ebling, May S
Adam Snyder, May 13
Henry Karthitt, May 12
Charles Forma**, May 1
Henry Kline, May 12
Nathan Dearol4 may 10. -
I-1 Weise, May 5
Cyrus Burkhart, May 5
Capt. John Fritz, May sth, 10th and
John Sollars, "Say 5
Waahingion Leffah May 5
J P Zeohman,fay 6
Liva Winn, let Bergsm
Capt. Ricbard Geo. Rogers:
Sergi. John A Focht
Private Isaac Browei
.• Joseph Weaver,
WOUNDES . .
Lieut fC L Sider Asbury Saimaa
Sergi John B Copenhaver IJ F E Eramph
Sergi Williath Et Risser l l l i William Mont
Jacob B Borgiaer Benjamin ithotid
John Brawn I.Theeph Bentham
Lewis Brenner Willies/a Thtithas, hard
William II Boesbore Peter Sithitiefriiitiii
Wiliam Bar on George E. Stand
`fetal, killed and
Private Martin Otte,
sergt Peter Fisher Andrew Statzman
Sergt . Berland. .0 ain g riak William Par.*ll
Corp it braham , Coilind Haat homy, link
John Donley, (since dead) Henry Michael
Bird Shirk, thigh John Shelia
Waikato Shirk Henry B White
Levi Whiner' lac,* Peffer
Edwin Pry Prank Walter
William Brooke Jacob Wagner
Samuel Bowman . Williant D Eckert
(apt Edward II Rogers
Thomas P Young
Ben) y Krepa
Kober t Lannon
let Fergt William H Gerhart, wounded and In hen&
4th Sergt Joseph W Hoke, right leg, Shortly
let Corp Elias Gossert, died of wounds
Levi F Nell, left foot
Florion Gone, left arm
Cyrus Grumbine, amputation alright leg, (since died)
Romans Stoltz, right 14
Frederick Sheemater, right leg
Henry Reverting, fightaritt and ttilgti
Monroe Stohler, left thigh
Monroe P Sanders, left breast
John A Marquart, left leg
John Tice, head
Chartes t Luchenbill, head
Levi C Meyers, leg
Samuel Bathes, right toot
Jacob Frantz, abdomen
Solomon Dissiuger, le
John G Dissinger, neck
Samuel Peifer, abdomen, since died
Henry Loeser, left arm.
John Parson, amputation, right fore finger
Wi•liem,Hrnm, left leg
Reuben Grumbine, left side
John A Reager, left shoulder, sUghtl
Adam L lett elbow •
, . ND
Ist Limit Pereeral Homer Henry Spangler
Sono 'Peter Ittisk Israel Smith
Jolla A Minor Augustus Mobie
A. WOLPINONO, IA diSitt. Co. a, 03d P. t.
Capt. Charles W Eckman, foot and shoulder, alight
let Lient Maxwell B Goodrich, leg amputated
let Sergt Oscar Sharpies., arm, slight
2d Sergt Joseph leenstermaaher, hand
4th Sergt Datid R Eckman. arm
Clark Onion, slightly by spent bail
Jackson B Johrokm, arm
Hiram Leyland, hip, Stereteljr
Henry Bien, leg
Gideon Bailin, neck and arm, elightlY
Thomas Morral, thigh, serenely
William Miller, leg, slightly
Henry Miller, Sager
Wesley Miller, slightif
Charles Shales, shouldef
Edward Shinier, leg
„lames Shieele , lag
Isaac Swink, leg
JOSEPH IL Jounsron, 2nd Lt. corral. Co. Bi-
David Fleegla _,Otithmtiaa
Corp John W Iticiyer
Wittig= Beek .
Johnithoads, since deft
I EIXISMItiei Seibert
i . .
Wilson W Danner
I CY# larhal •
Sergt Charles Rothermal
John Heller : • `
`''' Milian Sayler . , slightly and
tits . . 1 .
H. O Bass, O. Befit , 00. lc glit P..V.
Wm. Wagner, of this Bonnie:, a Meneber of the 106th
P. V „a soldier withont.fsar..was shot in the band, thro'
the Al:Adder and through the breast, is the late battles
in Yirginiiii . , . ... . . .-
-.Jerome Simian, of the 111118 reginient. who hae . hestn
sem:Ended twire before, was .ehot itillte t leg. ...- -
• Gongs lielebiel, of the 106th, is 'minuted in the fog.
Copt David 0 Keller
Corp Henry /egad
Corp Simon Shay
ilettry Kr ,
Wears, 7let Sergt. Oe.