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Danville Hendricks County Union (Newspaper) - November 10, 1864, Danville, Indiana 1-NO. 29. Preserve The Soldiers Must Vote Elections Fight In The T HENDRICKS NOVEMBER 10, 1864. m 29. la published Pro one rear - in the and of copy 1 of ten soldiers in to one cach copy 1 and inordinately addicted j Panting and liis steed glance around him in every as j on both The officer evaded to appropriating their property to his j ed in among the passed out upon j if ho could do anything or everything the bayonet of his puny and the Waverly In they discharged and he the to the horror of under the and was mertly returned to the Indians he recoiled upon the very j upon which to try his hand for an time after a company brink of a twenty ieet in breadth | i Yankee speculators having learned and two hundred in his made him a fine offer to | desperation at this kettle drum which was enter into their The nature i plunged his ' a short distance and with a guffaw taking an sharply with his and I saw the blood spring up high from the negro's But the nest instant they the rushing gored the breast of the and he rolled to the I saw the leap into the and flash were sitting 'round the in Autumn And my thoughts away from warfare tp home were I was thinking of a cottage far upon the was in keeping with the The in of the but the delight he ran toward it. Quick who were then trading with refused to make such the strap was over his again upon in deck The yelling Indians lie sticks were in his and with a louder w loop than e n i compensation for cheating the and hardly con- ing back his head with a gesture of i light sprang on further into the ' a mother who had sent mc forth to iu every bargain they to the ious of he the frightened i he rolled off the reveille with the and the whole scene was shut from the right extent of his sprang from his horse and struck | ish and accuracy of a sons were arming ' and with the point of his j cried Captain who at j The fight was soon The the glorious Unto it with his whole for a to the noble steed plunged this moment appeared on the i were driven far back into the woods between him and his over the awful struck the the man we Whv abattis ' - - melanc holy days are of the Of wailing K inds and naked mead and days when the trees are changing their cool dross of green for and j and the sweet are few ago aud they were not - but or lines of as one m. m. m. a fond beauteous maiden as e'er shone her faith to aie had plighted and whoso i progressed wondert love I d w. 12 00; 1 25 1 50; 1 70: 3 00 5 00 10 00 col. I 2 00^ 2 5; 00, S 5 00^ 8 00,1^ 00 that s troopers had from J 8 00 5 7 00 9 00r2 00 IG 00 00 - * } and and we but the side with his iore have him drum for our he i possession of the Their dead and atter were not long the dis- and went plunging from crag to crag turning to me. wounded lay in ail I found cheating the down the into the the day before the with whom I had seen my thoughts were bright them to a On the very edge of this precipice and we have had but little ' music j licht He wore the nd niv ff it extent than they were willing to there lay a which apparently since and was c cr fSd been They brought ail their ankee bad been dragged there some years before excellent pierced through with the sharp rang upon the cunning into but it was of no for the purpose of bridging the And to his infinite | net wilcy constantly crawled in beneath trusting was forthwith installed as i As I was standing beside the and at length the alliance was dis- j that his would think he had j drummer Company New i Sergeant Company C gone over and fail to search j York to now retired to the further ibr But they had Ho was a favorite in the Starlight is Then up sprang niv gallant 00, 7 OOi 9 00,13 00;i.3 0020 00 40 00 cowardly skulking hid 0015 00 20 00 30 0050 00 deductions made upon the above rates when no changes are in the inserted at the expense of the and not for the but at our usual In no will proof of publication be made until the advertisement is paid or per when not exceeding five of foreign or transient advertising in or the thicket now were and we wc knew our gaUant captain ho in fight was and receiving the protection of him drive hil horse and also and a standing joke with the he wishes to see very I * the 3Iexican Under the him at he sank beside the ' in a single of he commenced a now in prolong his they Starlight was not one of when all the loved ones were around some of whom are far and sleep the eternal were they when happy hearts in and tike warm love made the cheek flush and the heart bound with But ah those joyous days will never come There may be many who have bright eyes and lov ing hearts but never the first cim those be the A fearful battle has been and anxious hearts are throbbing to hear the end how the pulse almost stands with fear lest the dear one's should I he of from which it feigned to he had escaped as they but if I undertake to de- j at the same time to the ' from the ah plainly manifest though he came and entered into conversation scribe one-half of his whimsical spot his manner of about stin would go down on the j It was too gallant fire we'll drive foul marauders into their constantly chang doing he was skill and look a litth a few lines had escaped our the dear name I up somewhere in the that he would put him to the slow excessively 1 the precise location of which was a and a third spoke of remaining to i inime was in One remarked that he would give his unfinished | Starlight lay at the edge of the horse rifle for his got out of was never enemy's frightful we only die when and his slender j wound in the back part of his But no we suffer lie endured | as many as twenty brave fellows to d to know and feel emblem secret to one except search ibr i without any murmur of ing with tearful 5 that the 5<i of inserted and deaths inserted free of discontinued before of contract will for the time according to the wholesome and as wo them to will be rigidly adhered to in FOR LIFE INSURANCE provided himself with a to ' any rate he is said the in- which tried to the utmost the he returned at stated and of the we must ro- Ivames of stalwart and ' You may not believe but I days and weeks at a before doing let us build the execute with a I speak the truth N. OF PUBLIC SQ their the O'er our the spangled banner of the great and n they the wild but ive the rock Ou the margin of she billow shock aught now bnt ringing and the very I our it iny ball went through progress he all and B it with such raced the storm ot battle wnen our i .aw him the stroke of flew ' tii the ot all trade a keg the foe in wild and all their were to hut us - btu devote their loving eyes nill never beam upon i face will never light sav and the caressing ready to are stilled to Oi v only can we Oi r Heavenly has bereft but we bis precious promise to b an What would keep the heart from breaking and were around In my search got it at if we were and in a moment he was enveloped I could find loss of blame than of an awful But irot it at hope in We must not smoke and But his endurance for him when I thought of the at but crush the not to the he bore it I which must have attended his I i his took with a bringing with that of the rest of his I in a trembling assigned Little will they of he rolled through the and ran times There was one thing alone which i- his who stood with most redeemed him in my and that i I saw that strange gleam of heart also is all to transfix him at passionate for i si n leap into his and then he in for iu 1* 1 ! " , 1 % he to He was a and done he is. But did would make his in obtaining his by impressive sermonizing failed see me in de Did ver by a number beneath the to to impress him with the gravity of his me tackle dat ole Cunnel io him only in and he springing to his ior they because Neatly April 23, the of the last a trader settled among tbo the base of the Green 11c married a and for a of years lived very according waiting for thcr to his ideas of in harmony with his to gain the enthusiastic devotion lor the cause under | idl back into my No one or a whose he am a he energies to getting the oilier with another despairing he he one day i speaking with great As skill was not towards the chasm and took the terrible it in uiv It'll ' am de sun am accomplish in a short time His tormentors saw his one day I dat I'll be But i hear de oh would be in such a state of intoxication blazing form Crouched and balancing de sky de rebellie ob de to be perfect an instant in mid-air over the i are The President's i De day am for dis His voice failed He moved his De he am but in a moment they were But I doesn't will till I I He was freo at and came into was the golden for .md incredible it | has you of First he would tell he struck upon the opposite need not the traders that the Indians wera only several feet from the edge of the to get asleep in order had he possessed any j nice he am. ion of their and he could easily have it in de will you find adopted tribe trader upon to levying black mail the settlements in going over to the Indians under the of endeavoring to dissuade from such a ho would pour i lio would pour i scorned to harm him after such a same stury into their But at the moment member of a large mercantile recently me a bit of his earle was 80VC nteen the ore where I had tended three and came to Boston in searck a of to best I where hare I gU on to yer Jis lemmo ownership of five ieet of that earth which - as the Indians would have nad not been a very affectionate mother j when it rras completed to to i reflection in the glass with no Jis lemme on Fe This he carried tu | that the only chance of saving thoir i alighting he had and now den in exterminating the slipping slowly backward into j surely would not kill your old an extent that he an property 1 of to the and on one i fn 11 A D V D V 1 fB I 1 Hi i to ana on one 1 1 U 11 U 1 it 1 LA ll his he was hung by the Those insidious falsehoods could the French foot narrow and I bony the Spanish is small and elegantly Yahl dis i to its 3Ioorish blood AT t lie left behind beside his wife and the result would be a most and quite an amount of sanguinary and terrible a fight was That the waged by each party with the set appropriated it to their own of the i nd the widow and her offspring ' While the infuriated combatants After wandering homeless and ' thus and despairing for a long she fell in his under the pretext of making a Canadian i everything would load up all the after a short and spirited J goods on the pack and make all time passed the young breed crow to and manifested learning frequently acquiring an Indian and they are mostly in the course of a cares but set the passions of the two parties the edge of the cliff and | I keeps on de lookout in ebery j responding with the Castilian Down that awful abyss they saw a human wrapped from crag to until it lay a shapeless mass at the Harper's was soon after the first of those seed him lick my ole high in the ' The Arab foot de blood lemma me on to proverbial tor its high arch a you'll see de blood j can run under the of The an foot of the Scotch is large and that of the fiat and a briefer acquaintance with him short and The American I should have smiled at the is apt to be disproportionately in which these thoughts were but I shuddered at for both should be and faily and a young his mother j his remembering the at a which affords him a good of the he had spent vears j negro extremely Very from his the rebel and The reader may readily trace the before the transfer of our army j peculiarities of a nation by the form how bis wares have been ob- you picture him to as a pretty 1 that they came into his hands ' beau ideal of Young of door to the ' civilized portion of our tlie south bank of the that the the feet of its people and from the ight was a ' part which Starlight played iu the great i national characteristics by the nail for his drama was to assume a truly tragic i feet it will ba g most approvingly upt a a seal ring which my little and my a very pretty a which I with direct rt ference to this My first day's experience was I street after up one side and down the without I towards the last thai the clerks ail knew my business the I opened the and that fhey winked at hiy as I passed But nature endowed ihe with a good degree of and the next day I started I noon I a store where an elderly stood talking w ft a hould tbe 1 waited until the and then stated my xas the given in a peculiarly crisp and decided Possibly I tbe discouragement I was beginning to Ibr he in for very precisely as wc have might have been that the ablest to described practiced again and as black as the ace of when 1 The enemy's skirmishers and ours | joy the advantages of the firmest he set out for St. upon the whites and Indians until I the ace of is black ' were and the fight bade the young and all partners had made fine and fair to be if I was Judged by this the for whom he entertained a strong i and become the terror of every No one could tell how the little fellow | in the roar of a portion of our Qf our Middle States occupy the highest 1 Here they remained s His and murders were so j came into and he wouldn't tell j which was in busy scale in the intellectual for ' when tho acquired f numerous that small parties shunned j with the and Starlight was ' their feet being so diminutive of the | him as they would a and It was shortly after sunrise when the j hopping about doing what he could | those of the they add to out 1 united in a resolve to rid tbe country corporal of the guard brought to to but now and then looking j firmness of the Scotch and ' him to pav a visit to the | such a Large bands of Indian and throwing curious glances toward the Irish the arched elasticity of warriors scouted the mountains for his a or or would 1 of the Suddenly an exclamation from him Since we the blessing of such caused me when I saw him gazing superior how great is the cause of I with his hand pointing toward regret that we have not better the where the was rino nf in a and Since we the ground where the is not one of them in a hundred who understands the first principle W great to who to save ia that IX 610CSIIES, k and Mli as cheap at tbe Cash or MB 21st. and set This crime was not attributed to him for a long time neither he eared anything about no fears whatever of any at all from human was his custom to wander sparkling grin of extraordinary Dere he dere he fitting the toe easily and vainly suppose that by tracing vou cood at taking or heard of him for three was believed was when I shinned kinder the same time freeing himself from his which to gness its If in High tribe to leading an indo- and all parties congratulated j dey d sing sometime j drum and one iM dM oM 4 t to was tion of all enjoyment knowledge of the Indian tongues rendered him so valuable to the different tribes in their barters with the white that he was suffered to do as he no one questioning or even s cing his many The ferent seeing him now with the then with or bin itself came be and finally he was known 4iBong the as Colonel remained by bim until bis tbe live 1m gained tbat be was one of the greatest scoundrels was ever allowed to wee to uTteM as W upon being rid of the incubus of tie ' and den you j his voice was wild and strange with fierce His bet dey one as a of an awful I he were returning to their they i swinging his arms gleefully unexpectedly encountered a man on his bare as if he A glance was sufficient to i templated a the aphorism by Raphael that them thai he was the notorious my where do you come j The and with a shout of I could arrest or exactly understand his he snatched and bayonet from the j the foot before he can fit it. and ran like a deer after our whar ob been Yer gee a whole baud dashed in chase was for a out was mounted upon a ful who exerted himself to tho utmost to save bis but was and uneven that it was impossible to get out of sight of bis on by the horrid yells of bis taxed bis noble bone to tbe flying over tbe ground witb a velocity tbat was truly He kepi bis until he reached a sort of platform pine be believed be was on tbe opposite side of a level valley for and be felt that bis leave the of his do you ain't got see he's I coald see what was your master's Yer see dis were left wid ole missus de while Billy gwine to de war up to yer de ole missus she dun gib dis nis a and so I jis slipa out in de de track for ole an awful you east a my whole smoke of the musketry firo was but a western gale was and the opposing columns were plainly Then the firing and I saw them meet in the shock of to The ranks of the rebels were and they scattered back toward their and the thick woods on their but the officers maintained their endeavoring to inspirit their men % their own and fighting saw headlong at the man to whom he luad directed my shrill floating Wk to me on the Beseemed to be but half tbe aiie of bis yet they met a thai is the should always be how much more implicitly should it be adhered to in dressing the The shoemaker obtain the shape not the Besides the the artisan should ascertain tbe height of the instep from a dead piece of makers would do well to principal fruit of friendship is tbe case and discharge of the fullness and swellings of the which of all kinds do cause and diseases of and are most dangerous in the and it is not much otherwise in tbe you may take sarza to open the steel to open tbe flour of sulphur for tbe for the brain but no the heart but a true to whom you impart and whatsoever the to oppress is a of civil or don't I while face flushed I w ish to say is said smiling at I in want of a I would engage a young man who came seeking employment with a ring upon his and a fancy moment mortified straggled against common got the I replied with rather a shaky voice 1 am very much to and then beat a hasty soon got of sight I pnt the ring intc my walking I rapidly to tho Worcester I left I cane in charge of the heel I called It is there for obtained j for it. That obtained a situation with the firm of which I am now a much my finery had injured my f on the previous day I shall never but I never think of gentleman and plain doling without as I told much oblige 1.'" tur on winter's night at to fdt by fire AVont you read Can't yon take tho The joM of heart are little unless yoA take the ' lovers take tbe would not idle Yott fake tba yoa take - Can't you ta lic tbe papers f 1 never take the folks of all You most take tou and ' -
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