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   Danville Hendricks County Union (Newspaper) - November 10, 1864, Danville, Indiana                                 i  ••IV  VOL 1-NO. 29.  1  T® Preserve The Union, Soldiers Must Vote _fVt Elections ^s "Well ^s Fight In The Field.  JL T •  DANVILLE, HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1864.  WHOLE m 29.  I«'  ^tnixki^ Cottttts Vnion.  4s*Krc!tt>H3it tuto» JoemKAL, & wecklj la published eTczy. Thundaj bjr  UK^CE S.^IJiEB, Pro pr.  TERMS:  One C«pf, one rear - -- -- -$200  0»e:CopT,'Bix nrenlliB -.....1-00  To ioidicr« in the field, and fsmilics of soldiers, on® copy ------ 1  Clubs of ten soldiers in tlio field, to one address, cach copy ------ 1  00  POETRY  always drunk, and inordinately addicted j Panting and foaming, liis steed plung- ! glance around him in every direction, as j efjTial on both sides. The officer evaded to appropriating their property to his j ed in among the trees, passed out upon j if ho could do anything or everything the bayonet of his puny foe, and struck  From the Waverly Magazine.  Scootlns In Virginia.  own use, they discharged him, and he ; the plain, when, to the horror of Ovotun,! under the sun, and was mertly puzzed returned to the Indians again. ! he recoiled • suddenly^ upon the very j upon which to try his hand for an out-  Some time after this, a company of; brink of a cllasm, twenty ieet in breadth | set. i Yankee speculators having learned Ovo-! and two hundred in depth.  At Icnfrth his eve  caught  of a  ! tun's character, made him a fine offer to | Maddened-to desperation at this unex- kettle drum which was ! enter into their employ. The nature i pccted obstacle, Ovotun plunged his ' a short distance off, and with a guffaw of  sight taking an airing  out sharply with his sword; and I saw the blood spring up high from the negro's neck. But the nest instant they closed; the rushing bavonet gored the breast of the officer^ and he rolled to the ■ plain. Twice—thrice I saw the flashin  bayonet leap into the air, and flash do\^  We were sitting 'round the camp-fire in the  quiet Autumn gloaming, And my thoughts away from warfare tp my  distant home were roaming; ^ .. --i.. I was thinking of a cottage far upon the was in keeping with the man. The spec-! ^'purs in thc^sidcs of the horse, but the delight he ran toward it. Quick as  W»t*rn prairie.«, ulators. who were then trading with the ! e.^hansted afinial refused to make such Uiougbt the strap was over his shoulder, again upon \hc prostrate'man•"Tnd then"  Whercthe flovvcra in wild^luxuriance deck . gj^.^ terrible leap. The yelling Indians lie sticks were in his hands, and throw-1 with a louder w loop than bkore Star-  thehal-so e n fajries. i compensation for cheating the .«avage^ were uasliing^ onward, and hardly con- ing back his head with a gesture of pride, i light sprang on further into the ' fio-ht-  Of a mother who had sent mc forth to bjitilo : iu every bargain they made, to the iull si ious of w^t he did, the frightened i he rolled off the reveille with the tiour- and the whole scene was shut from °my  for the right ; extent of his ability. iugitive sprang from his horse and struck | ish and accuracy of a master. view.  Vhenour Naiion's sons were arming, arming ' Ovotun aeceptcd'the offer, and entered him with the point of his knife. Goad- j "Bravo!" cried Captain Allen, who at j The fight was soon over. The rebels  for the glorious Sght: Unto it with his whole soul; for a tiii'.e, ed to madness, the noble steed plunged this moment appeared on the spot.— i were driven far back into the woods the  affairs between him and his employer.^ out over the awful abyss, struck the op-;''You're the man we want. Whv not! abattis ' - - -- '  Jleut-Leaves.  "The melanc holy days are come,  The saddeiit of the year; Of wailing K inds and naked woods,-A»d mead »ws b^^wn and sere."  The days when the trees are changing their cool dross of green for russet, cnmaon and j old, and the sweet little  flowers are dying.  A few yeani ago aud they were not - "melanclioly days," but joyous,  the  R.ITES or ADVERTISltt.  [Ten lines of lîreTÎcr count."» as one squre.] TV. |1 m. !3 m. ¡0 m. ;1 yr.  nd a fond ¡iiid beauteous maiden as e'er the  mm shone on, . . > r  Vho her faith to aie had plighted and whoso i progressed wondert trustiug love I d wou.  •1 w. 12 vr.  1 s^.  1 00; 1 25Î 1 50; 1 70: 3 00 5 00 10 00  { ; BtÄrllCti  J col. I 2 00^ 2 5«; :5 00, S ûO, 5 00^ 8 00,1^ 00 | knew that Moscny s troopers had ari^  cu from tlicir lair.  A-col. J 8 00 5 OO; 7 00 9 00¡r2 00 IG 00 :ìO 00  * - ; ♦ * « • } '  } eoi.  . . - . , . i captured and held, and we in  rfuiiy well; but the positc side with his iore feet, rebounded, ; have him drum for our Company?" he i possession of the field. Their dead and atter were not long in'makiiig the dis- and went plunging from crag to crag : added, turning to me. '^Johnny" went; wounded lay in ail directions. I found ! covcrv that, bc.sides cheating the Indians, ! down the chasm. j into the ho.spiial the day before 'vaster-1 the oiEcer with whom I had seen Star-  nd my thoughts were bright .ind peaceful. ' defrauding them to a far; On the very edge of this precipice ^ day, and we have had but little ' music j licht engaged. He wore the ensio^niaof  A nd niv ii'l ff ilelvei «em"i\earer th.n it .^^^entcr extent than they were willing to there lay a iiollow log, which apparently ! since " ^ . ^ .. i «^captain, and was stone-dead, wfth his  ' c cr fSd been befon?, bear. They brought ail their \ ankee bad been dragged there some years before "An excellent ulea. _ P^reast pierced through with manv bayo-  Snddcnh- the ritic's sharp cr.icl: rang upon the cunning into play, but it was of no use. for the purpose of bridging the chasm.! And Starlight, to his infinite satisfac- | net thrusts.  The wilcy agont constantly o%-erreached : Ovotun crawled in beneath this, trusting : tion, was forthwith installed as sccond i As I was standing beside the body  them, and at length the alliance was dis- j that his pureuers would think he had j drummer boy, Company C,-th New i Sergeant K-of Company C came  solved. ! gone over the.precipice, and fail to search j York Infantry. Uip to nie.  He now retired to the mountains, further ibr tim. But they had seen! Ho was a favorite in the Company, ; '-Little Starlight is dvin  1 «oí.!  _______ „„ Then up sprang niv gallant comrade?,  5 00, 7 OOi 9 00,13 00;i.3 0020 00 40 00 j frön, picket.  .\t .«oiiic cowardly skulking rc)>el hid in  roused  <» oohl 0015 00 20 00 30 0050 00  Liberal deductions made upon the above rates when no changes are mtde in the advor-tisement.  Legal adtirtisements inserted at the expense of the .\ttorncy ordering, and not de-Uyable for the Ifgat pro.:*<ding.«, but collcctJi-ble at our usual time. In no cnso will proof of publication be made until the advertisement is paid for.  rrofessi«nal or burine«« card«, $-">,00 per jear, when not exceeding five lines.  Tayment of foreign or transient advertising reoMired in adTance. or srcurc<l.  __________ambush i:i the thicket : r.ullet.'* now were tlyingthicker, and we heard  the rebel.-i v.iunting. r.ut wc knew our gaUant captain ho in fight was ucver wanting.  claiming and receiving the protection of him drive hil horse over, and also wit-; and a standing joke with the regiment; greeting, "and he wishes to see yoii very I * the 3Iexican Goverument. Under the , nessed him at he sank beside the log.— ' in a single day. ¡much." j still  shadow of this, he commenced a now . But, in orderlto prolong his agony, they ;  Little Starlight was not one of us  bright days, when all the loved ones were around via, some of whom are far away, and othtirs sleep the eternal sleep.  Bright dayii were they when happy hearts "laughed in glee," and tike warm love made the cheek flush and the heart bound with ifc! fulness. But ah ! those joyous days will never come afain! There may be many who have bright eyes and lov ing hearts ; but never the first loved. :\ever cim those "by-gone hours" be rcciilled.  Where arò the Ìoved ones? A fearful battle has been fought, and anxious hearts are throbbing to hear the end ;  his j and wounded  read, how the pulse almost stands with fear lest the dear one's n:ime should be  '^Starlight dying! Impossible!" I ejac-''Thank God! he i«  »U« .......^ i:.-1___ . .. i:  scries of depredations, from which it feigned to th&k he had escaped as they • long, but if I .should undertake to de- j ulated, at the same time hurrvinc to the ^ ' l^ursts from the heart. But, ah !  as plainly manifest that, though he came up, and entered into conversation : scribe one-half of his whimsical charac- ; spot indicated, a.s fonstantlv changinir his manner of about it. i teristics, "the stin would go down on the j It was too ti  Steady, gallant comrades, .«te.niy. sltind your  ground .nnd fire ■vvitii care, /.nd we'll drive the.'ic foul marauders l^uck into their forci't liiir;  was  wa.s constantly chang doing business, he was skill and villainv.  rue.  we look a litth farther; a few lines had escaped our ,;yes; the dear name is  o I Aw:iy up somewhere in the mountains, that he would put him to the slow tor- ; excessively 1 ! the precise location of which was a ture, and a third spoke of remaining to i inime was of  progressing in ! One remarked that he would give his ; unfinished tale." | I.ittle Starlight lay at the edge of the i t^e slaiu.  i horse au<l rifle for his scalp; another,! i^ever got out of humor, was never enemy's works^ with'a frightful «»un-shot i if we .'ould only die when tTie  hungry, and his slender j wound in the back part of his head, and comes! But no : we suffer ott  iron mould, lie endured | as many as twenty brave fellows cluster- day to d ly, to know and feel that  banner, emblem of; secret to eve.rv one except himself, he" search ibr him. • i without any murmur ormarks of fatigue, ! ing around, with sympathiziuo tearful ^ S®"® 5 that the dark,  eq. 5<i  iotices of Festivali, Picnic.«, Fair.i, ic., inserted free.  Marriages and deaths inserted free of -charge.  AdTertisemrnt!« discontinued before espira-■tion of contract will l>e chnrgetl for the time insertetl according to the aljove scale,  Tbes« rule«, wholesome and jstst as wo he-Vie»e them to bs, will be rigidly adhered to in »11 aasc!!.  s.  AGENT FOR Tin:  HOME LIFE INSURANCE CO.,  Aodltor's Ofricr, Danville, Ind.  Hiad provided himself with a house, to ' "At any rate he is gone," said the in- "'''-rches which tried to the utmost the ; eyes, •which he returned at stated periods, and stigator of the ruse, "and we must ro- Ivames of stalwart veterans, and would, ' You may not believe me, but I rc:nain'"d days and weeks at a time.— turn: but, before doing so, let us build :^iter the march, execute with gusto, a ; thelcss I speak the truth when  T. N. JONES,  JEWEIIIB & WATCH-MAKER,  ¿'JSrS/DJi; OF PUBLIC SQ VAHE  C'er their heiids the rebel  their infamy, O'er our hosds the !<i.irry spangled banner of the great and free.  0 n they came, the wild guerillas, but ive r.ie  them the rock Ou the margin of theocc.in nice'..- she billow s  thunderiiip shock ^ aught now bnt dirf coraini)i:o:i. rifle.'!  }ia.«hiiig gleiuning »'.eel, I'cath !<hriek!, ringing ceer.s and cur?c.'. m:\i'.e the very sen.ses reel.  .Vnd I Fi^w our giHaat leatler reeling'mid the  ¡.lain, trude woulfi conimencc. Wliilc it was  .'.nd iny nvenging ball went cra.«hing through ^ ¡,j progress he w.'is all smilc.s and bland-  thvfouUssassiu B brain. _ hipss. a'^nd conuucted it with such scemini:  Vl'ihlcr raced the storm ot battle wnen our . • . • » » -i. ■ i "i  .roopor,« .aw him fall. v'^®^^ ^^ ^^^ hm<hed  l!richtert5a«hed the stroke of ssbre. f:i.stcr flew ' tii the satistaction ot all concerned.—  "tho .le.vUy ball; The trade ended, a keg oi'whiskey  And the foe in wild eonfu.-iion stm.igled back {jg produced, and all conceniod  into their den. : were cxpo;:tcd to partake. Ovotun and  lortlicy pr<iv<>!i them^e've« mi«t;iken: thought  us cc>\vnrd<, hut fouiiil us men. - , , , , , - , ,  few niouthiiils, btu devote their whole  t  us  ; loving eyes nill never beam upon never- i again: the,dear face will never light up-I sav ' 'ipproach, and the caressing arms,  "'I ;so ready to eiiibrace us, are stilled forever.  Then to Oi v only coitoforf. Jesus, can we turn. Oi r Heavenly jPathar has bereft us, but we have' bis precious promise to b an upon. What would , keep the heart from breaking and the  Leave.-f^nnd sfick.s' were he;iped around ; fault.' In my heart, search as'l would, : Yah! yah! I'se got it at last, mass'r. "I'se : being crazed, if we were with-  hiui, and in a moment he was enveloped I could find loss of blame than of pitv an awful cuss. ^ But I'se irot it at last_' hope in God? We must not despair,  in smoke and flame. But his endurance for him when I thought of the crimina'l : at last! " ~ j but crush do^m the heart's throbhings,  was not equali to the torture; he bore it I ucgloct which must have attended his I "(-K)t what.mvpoor bov?"I whispered, i ? ^od  until his clotl^s took fire, when, with a ^ bringing up, with that of the rest of his I in a trembling voice. " '' assigned iis.^ Little will they who  veil of agony| he rolled through the , vrronged race.  crackling" cmBers, and ran throe" times ■ There was one thing alone which ... ----------. > i- -  around his toinientors. who stood with most redeemed him in my eyes; and that i I saw that wild, strange gleam of pas- "P. heart also is glad.  Irawn bows, all readv to transfix him at ^lis passionate de.sire for libcrtv—his i si n leap into his jfeatures, and then he i trust in God, for iu Hint  » ■ ♦ 1* 1 • !• " , . . 1» » % . ' • «\Irviirk TT-ill 4% ,1 ___A  partic.-'. bis nature, he re.«olved to disapj)oint ones. He was a natun- \jorn thief, and "dis nig's done for, he is. But did yer  He would make his appcaranco, ac- them in obtaining his sr-alp, by remain-' "ly niost impressive sermonizing failed see me in de fight, mass'r/ Did ver see  companied by a number ot" rogues, info- ing beneath the logand burtiing to death, to impress him with the gravity of his : me tackle dat ole coon, Cunnel B'illv"?_  rior io him only in cunninir, and the  I '-Fukedo-m!" he cried, springing to his '"T-f »^f l»eart-ache we  al- |feet. ° orteu endure, ior they think, because the  He.NKV-.,V. lîr.itTRAH.  A  From Wiiverlv Magazine.  MERITED FATE.  Repairing Neatly Iv^ecuted. April 23, IS«:!.  1  At the clo.«c of the last cciitury. a Hpauish trader settled among tbo liuii-rnsal the base of the Green Mountain-'. 11c married a .'-quaw, and for a liumber of years lived very pleasantly, according waiting for thcr ! to his ideas of life, in harmony with his to gain pos.<^c-ssi  a the proj>er mcincnt. ¡ enthusiastic devotion lor the cause under | idl back into my arms.  ' No one siirfed or .spoke a word, and, ; whose banjicr he served. ! _ "It am a Jubby day, m.-i-ssV," he con-  : energies to getting the oilier partios ; with another despairing cry, he bur.-t! ''Yes, mass'r," he one day exclaimed, i tinned, speaking with great difficulty.— : drttnk. As nuieli skill was not rc(¡uisito ; towards the chasm and took the terrible ■ "I foeis it in uiv bones. It'll comeroun" ' -"It am ebenin' now, an' de sun am 'set-to accomplish this, in a short time they; leap! His aijjjazed tormentors saw his one day or'nother. I know's dat I'll be ; tin', mass'r. But i hear de bigdrum oh ! would be in such a state of intoxication ■ blazing form Crouched and balancing fur! free!' i de sky rolliu' de rebellie ob de Lord.—  as to be perfect madmen. ' an instant in mid-air over the frishtful i "Ton are so, already. The President's i De day am breakin' for dis ehile'/or Tse  You ootitat last!" " .  j His voice failed him. He moved his De Presiden' he am . lips; but in a moment they were stilled  j...........,-------- But I doesn't feel; forever. ' |  I »ebber will till I I He was freo at last, and came into the;  Now was the golden tnomcut for tin." ; aby?s, .md t|ìl-!ì, incredible a.s . it m.-^y | Pioclum.'ition has niade you free.  side.  prnioe of villains! First he would tell ; seem, he struck upon the opposite side, \ need not fear." the traders that the Indians wera only several feet from the edge of the preci-1 "»lisl so, mass'r.  them to get asleep in order : pice, whore, had he possessed any remain- j >1 nice man, he am. ion of their goods, and iug strength, he could easily have sus-' it in de bone.«, yet;  alone will you find comfort.  Leo.NIE BELLK.  ^ illainptts associates.  His adopted tribe being  r„i  C'ltAlir^lSisl FOLKY  this trader upon some  very powcriu  fell to levying black mail *  of the settlements in the  tlien, going over to the Indians under the pretcnce of endeavoring to dissuade ; b( îhem from such a crime, ho would pour i sc  tained been  i-rjme, lio would pour i scorned to harm him after such a won-tlic same stury into their cars, adding; derful feat. But at the moment of  A Merclittiil's Slorj-.  A member of a large mercantile firirt recently "gave me a bit of his earle experience:  "I was 80VC nteen yea« oM^irt^^fpnT^ the eouutry-el ore where I had tended tor! • three years, and came to Boston in searck a place. Anxious, of contse, to ap-the best advantage, I ppent atf  1 hiinseinand where he'would hare I gU on to hh.i, yer know. Jis lemmo git! ownership of five ieet of that earth which i - „ - , ^  safe, as the Indians would have ouio lnw. j nad not been a very affectionate mother j ^ud when it rras completed I' sirveW  Ou to whom.^ i to him. • ^r-__• «t. i -jI """V-"  my reflection in the glass with no httl«  Cunnel Billv. Jis lemme on him.  jHaiita Fe province. This he carried tu | that the only chance of saving thoir i alighting he had fainted, and now com-1 den I'se free." |  "ay in exterminating the tra-: menced slipping slowly backward into j "Yen surely would not kill your old |  Uuch an extent that he becatnc an ol^cct' property 1 of cxecration to the settlers, and on one i tiers.  I fn 11 A D V D V 1 fB I 1 Hi i cxecration to ttie settlers, ana on one ; acrs,  4 1 1 U 11 U 1 it 1 LA ll •'oi' his visit« he was hung by the in-i Those insidious falsehoods could tiot  the chasm. Transfixed  with horror, the snvatres  i hiî^^tor.'  Wouldn't  Ilumim Teet,  The French foot meagre, narrow and I bony ; the Spanish is small and elegantly I? Yahl yah! Trus' dis i curved—thanks to its 3Ioorish blood cor-  AXD  notary public,  Danvill«', Ind.,  JOHN WITHEROW,  ATTORNEY AT LAW,  AND  NOTARY PUBLIC,  i t ensed people.  j lie left behind him, beside his wife aflame, and the result would be a most • and child, quite an amount of property,' sanguinary and terrible fight, a fight ^fhioh was confiscated. That is, the ; waged by each party with the set detor-tribe appropriated it to their own use, iniuation of annihihiting the other.— i nd ttirij'id the widow and her offspring ' While the infuriated combatants w-jrc f.drill. After wandering homeless and ' thus struggliiig together, (»votun and despairing for a long time, she fell in ! his men, under the pretext of making <iith a cooJ-naturcd Canadian trapper, i everything sale, would load up all the uho, after a short and spirited courtship. J goods on the pack mules, and make all laarricd her. ^^^  As time passed on, the young ifflf-i breed crow to maturi.'v, and manifested ; ,wonderful aptitude'for learning Ian- p  I guages, frequently acquiring an Indian ; chant, and they are mostly Americans, hon^e in the course of a f^w weeks.— ! cares Httl  i but set the passions of the two parties ap]iroaclied the edge of the cliff and | thicken. I keeps on de lookout in ebery j responding with the Castilian pride  gazed over. Down that awful abyss they saw a human form, wrapped in; firo, spini'.ing from crag to crag, until , it lay a shapeless mass at the bottom!  From Harper's Weekly.  LITTLE STARLIGHT.  It was soon after the first of those ter-  I seed him lick my ole mudderj high in the instep. ' The Arab foot is  fight.  till de blood flew, .lis lemma me on to ; proverbial tor its high arch ; a "stream him, mass'r, an' you'll see de blood fly, j can run under the "hollow of it." The yourselil Yah! yah! I'se an awful! foot of the Scotch is large and thick; cu-';! ' I that of the Irish, fiat and sqtiare; the  Upon a briefer acquaintance with him ; English, short and fleshy. The American I should have smiled at the serio-comic ; i'oot is apt to be disproportionately small.  manner in which these thoughts were enunciated; but now, I shuddered at the  A foot, for both should be arched.  beauty and speed, faily rounded, and :ht of  small.  DA^oSr^ILLE, IISTD.  'A'hen a young man. his mother died, j tained, so . - . . ,  nnd his father, remembering the pleasant^ at a pricc which affords him a good mar-1 ^othing of the kind, i^tarl ! iiours he had spent vears befbre atnong j gin. j negro urchin, extremely stnall  was? Very probably, from his natne, U'ral ropul.-e I'roui the rebel works, and , The reader may readily trace the marked  shortly before the transfer of our army j peculiarities of a nation by the form of  e how bis wares have been ob- you picture him to yotir.self as a pretty 1 that they came into his hands ' boy—tho beau ideal of Young America, j  OFFICE—North «id« of th« FubHc Sijtiare OT«r IIoweH'a Gr«eery Store, B«xt door to the ' Ledger" oiiee, l:l:y  i:he civilized portion of our country.  to tlie south bank of the James, that the ; the feet of its people ; and from the ight was a ' part which Starlight played iu the great i national characteristics evinccd by the nail for his ^ drama was to assume a truly tragic as- i feet alrea^ly cited, it will ba perceived  satisfaction, gla-i6ii g la-tlyand most approvingly upt a a seal ring which einbe!-' lished my little finger, and my care, a very pretty a Fair, which I had'pnrchaEe»t with direct rt ference to this occasion.^ My first day's experience was notencotii-aging. I traverscti street after street; up one side and down the other, without success. I f; ncied towards the last thai the clerks ail knew my business the tto--ment I opened the door, and that fhey winked ¡Jl-na:.uredly at hiy discomSinro as I passed out. But nature endowed ihe with a good degree of persistency, and the next day I started again. Toward.-< I noon I enterttl a store where an elderly !gentJe'^ao stood talking w ft a ladv a't hould tbe door. 1 waited until the visitor'had left, and then stated my errand.  "No, sir," xas the answer, given in a peculiarly crisp and decided manner.-^ Possibly I lo&ked tbe discouragement I was beginning to feel, Ibr he added, in a  ISAAC PEIRSOL,  cry XAVE's XEir DVILDI  Buys for cash.  This very trick, precisely as wc have ; age—which might have been fifteen— ■ pcct. ... I that the ablest people, intellectually, en-  resolved to return, . described it', Ovotun practiced again and ; atid as black as the ace of sj>ades, when 1 The enemy's skirmishers and ours | joy the advantages of the firmest under-  Accordinglv. he set out for St. Louis'Ugain upon the whites and Indians until I the ace of .«pades is excesifively black ' were hot!j|- engaged, and the fight bade .stHrvdings. , accompanied'by the young half-breedhe and all hi.-» partners had made fine : and shiny. | fair to be bloody, if brief. I was immc- Judged by this theory, the inhabitants  i for whom he entertained a strong affec i fortunes, and become the terror of every ! No one could tell how the little fellow | diately in the roar of a portion of our Qf our Middle States occupy the highest 1 Ljon, Here they remained for'several s one. His villauies and murders were so j came into camp, and he wouldn't tell j regiment, which was in reserve, busy scale in the intellectual entity; for ' a»ontu5 when tho son, havini: acquired f numerous that small parties shunned j himself. ! with the wounded; and Starlight was ' ^j^ithout their feet being so diminutive as  U prac7jcai ki:i>wlcd":C of the Eticrlish | him as they would a pestilence, and all; It was shortly after sunrise when the j hopping about me, doing what he could | ^re those of the Orientals, they add to A'6') Man^ua^e hi-s'step-lSther sC»- out "with 1 united in a resolve to rid tbe country of; corporal of the guard brought htm to to assi.-t, but now and then looking up, j tj^e firmness of the English, Scotch and ' ! him intending' to pav a visit to the | such a monster. Large bands of Indian : me, with : and throwing curious glances toward the Irish feet, the arched elasticity of the  » Indiaas. ' I warriors scouted the mountains for his '-Here's a prisoner, or contraband, or , fight.  they would 1 .sotnething of the kind, chaplain.  AND SELLS  fiieLliSIVELY FOR  I Suddenly an exclamation from him Since we «njoy the blessing of such ; caused me turu, when I saw him gazing superior feet, how great is the cause of I intently, with his hand pointing toward regret that we have not better shoemakers! ! the iTdiind where the skirmixhinfr was Tk/i-i» ;o n/^f rino nf fKntii in a bnndro'd  Arab and Moor. Since we «njoy  ! the ground where the ot' progressing  skirmishing was  There is not one of them in a hundred who understands the first principle of  CoBMqpcBlIy, W offer* great indneementa to tW«e who «ant to save monej ia that way.  JOHN BALLABDf  SEIUE IX HT-€Mn, 610CSIIES, k »DICKES,  'iè CMutastly i*eeWí¿g «rwli «ipplie«, and l^ill Mli as cheap at tbe clMa|i«t.  ^enns «tri^y Cash or Produce.  Bn Profits «Bd  ]Mjr .nmm^w MB » eali. J«iy 21st. i^lS:««.  ments, and set op ----------,  j This Tinoattiral crime was not attributed to him for a long time discovered, neither he eared anything about tained no fears whatever of any punisb-tnent at all from human hands.  It was his custom to wander from  sudd?u sparkling grin of extraordinary breaiith, ; is!"  ilooray! hooray! Dere he is! dere he fitting the toe easily and gracefully.  They vainly suppose that by tracing the  kindlier tone, "Are vou cood at taking à hint?" .  my  seen or heard of him for three years.  ailera  It was irenerally believed that'he was í when I shinned along" kinder slow, some- the same time freeing himself from his which to gness its shape. If in High tribe to tribe, leading an aimless, indo- dead, and all parties congratulated them- j titne dey d sing out, '.Nig!; sometime -Lit- j drum and castmg u_on_ one «de, while  JOHH HAEDDf,  C^ROCI^R^  PANTILLB» INDIASÍA,  irai tow iM tmimmm  •t dM oM ttoiâ.^ SMrik 4 Bu«^ M  , • -  AH M* ét VmÊ^ OnMMÌMlDail  lent life, vhish, to him, was tion of all bsman enjoyment tensiTo knowledge of the Indian tongues rendered him so valuable to the different tribes in their barters with the white traders, that he was suffered to do as he pleased, no one questioning or even noti- s cing his many shortcomings. The dif-' ferent traders, seeing him now with the Crows, then with tj^e Sioux, or Pawnees, nam«d bin "Turn-OTer," wbicli appellation, itself tttiming over, came to. be "Overturn," and finally he was known 4iBong the Anicirieaiiii as Colonel Orotun, vliieb aaine remained by bim until bis d«*tb.  By tbe live 1m gained ibL: eompU-MBtaiy title, «^rarybodjr diaeorered tbat be was one of the greatest scoundrels tluii was ever allowed to live. Tbiering tfida^erwpebb coaetant oee^tions. Ke.fse wee «iim inuinieeater power-Um to ew^ uTteM MaKgnity; hiitf as W exfieiMly  the perfec- = =elv¿ upon being rid of the incubus of í tie Ni-! ' and den agin, ^Uyar, you d—d j his voice was wild and strange with fierce . His ex-lilis exisUce. ? Nig!'Til bet dey did, mass'r! Yah!|jov ,,  But one daj-, as a war-party of Indi-' yah! I'se an awful cuss, I is," he contin-ans were returning to their homes, they i tied, swinging his arms gleefully about, unexpectedly encountered a man on |and shufiiing his bare feet, as if he con-horscback. A glance was sufficient to i templated a breakdown.  Art the aphorism by Raphael that " out-  nap  show them thai he was the notorious "Well, my Iriend, where do you come j co^mn. The dif-1 OvotOB, and with a shout of exultation "  Before I could arrest him, or exactly understand his intention, he snatched a  musket and bayonet from the ground, j the foot before he can fit it. and ran like a deer after our advancing  from?"  »'No whar ob late, mass'r. I'se been Yer gee I'se a aw-  toif>ré»tt, vet»  IB Cavada^ peid  imúmg mr  tifeii 'be  "S  the whole baud dashed in pursuit.  The chase was long, and. for a time, gleepin' out rcccn'ly. doubtful. Ovotun was mounted upon a ful cuss! -splendid steed, who exerted himself to tho utmost to save bis ma-stcr, but the  ..o ______________.  ground was so'broken and uneven that it was impossible to get out of sight of bis purraers. Ur^ on by the horrid yells of bis enemies, Ovotun taxed bis noble bone to tbe utmost, flying over tbe ground witb a velocity tbat was truly tbremendous. He kepi bis distance, bow-ever, until he reached a sort of platform oovered-vpth pine trees, wbere be believed be was nie; for, on tbe opposite side of tbis, a long, loir, level valley streteb-ed for nUes, and bexe be felt eerUin that bis bMee mmld soon- leave the ¡nrifleH of his pmstiers behind.  Who do you away  "I ain't got none.  to?"  fcr see he's gwine  position I coald see the  •'But what was your master's name?" "Gunnel BUlv."  "Billy what?"  "Dun'no. Yer see dis cbieken were left behin* wid ole missus an' de gali^ while Mass'r Billy gwine to de war up to Ricbmon\ An' yer see, de ole missus she dun gib dis nis a lickin', and so I jis slipa out in de nigbt time, an'- dar» de track for ole "Virpnuy. I'se an awful cuss."  **Wbat «an you do?-'  Tho Bttlft fcftew east a ewtiqtrobeisiiîve  From my whole affair.  The smoke of the musketry firo was thick, but a western gale was blowing, and the opposing columns were plainly diseernable. Then the firing ceased, and I saw them meet in the shock of Bteel to steel. The ranks of the rebels were broken, and they scattered back toward their abatti? and the thick woods on their right: but the officers maintained their ground, endeavoring to inspirit their men % their own examples, and fighting biitvehr-  I saw UtdeiB4rIig^:m8b headlong at the man to whom he luad directed my attention,and bi8 shrill eheereame floating Wk to me on the wind. Beseemed to be but half tbe aiie of bis antagonist, yet they met wi^ a eboek thai seemed  line is the picture" should always be regarded, how much more implicitly should it be adhered to in dressing the feet! The shoemaker mubt obtain the shape of  The si*e  is not the shape. Besides the size, the artisan should ascertain tbe height of the instep from a dead level.  This piece of art-pbilpsopby, shoe-' makers would do well to study.  A principal fruit of friendship is tbe case and discharge of the fullness and swellings of the heart, which passiatBS of all kinds do cause and induce. Wolfbow diseases of stoppings and aiffocatioBS are most dangerous in the body; and it is not much otherwise in tbe mind-, you may take sarza to open the liver, steel to open tbe spleen, flour of sulphur for tbe lungSj eastoreum for the brain ; but no Tcceipt oneneth the heart but a true fnend, to whom you ma^ impart griefe, joys, fears, bo^ snspielons, conaaeli, and whatsoever lietbnpon the heart, to oppress H, is a kiod of civil cbrift, or conf«?i»5i<m.-  "I don't know," I added, while face flushed painfully.  '•What I w ish to say is this," said bc^ smiling at mj,- embarrassment, '•Were I in want of a elerk I would iïot engage a young man who came seeking employment with a ::ia3hy ring upon his finger, and »winging a fancy cane."  Fora moment mortified vantiy straggled against common sense, btft sensé got the victory, f.nd I replied with rather a shaky voice 1 am afraid—'I'm very much oblied to you,' and then beat a hasty retreat.  "As soon :i31 got o(it of sight I pnt the ring intc my pocket, and, walking I rapidly to tho Worcester depot, I left th« P^P®^ I cane in charge of the b«ggagè »aster, heel I «„ntii called for.' It is there noiTj for obtained I j ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ j ^^^^^  called for it. That afternoon;! obtained a situation with the firm of which I am now a partnc r.  How much my unforttinatc finery had injured my f rospebts on the previous day I shall never know, but I never think of that.old gentleman and hi.s plain doling without feeling, as I told bim^^f'^ry much oblige 1.'"  Takk tur Papeks.—'Tis jBwcet on winter's night at home, to fdt by fire an^ tape». AVont you read thè papers? Can't yon take tho paperé? The joM of heart are little worth, unless yoA take the papers. " ' -  Maidens raiting lovers triic.- To« mvet take tbe p»pcn\ Swaiàa «ho would not idle woo, Yott inuat fake tba papera! "Wont yoa take - tb^^paperà? Can't you ta lic tbe papers f l#oVe-» joy.-«. below, you'l 1 never know, Ualess you. take the pa|ier8.  Married folks of all degt«^ ^ You most take tlié pap«*».! tou »««i Jfflj^.  papers!  mean and tnrôn, üníet«». ^  fÈifers- . . -  V • ' - tk .JÎ   

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