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   Allegany County Republican (Newspaper) - April 22, 1863, Allegany, New York                                 .OrHOTÄTON, EDITOR AND PROPRIEÍOR.]  . j^TIÍB WORLD IB GOTERNED TOO. MUCrf. :: _  VOL. XXVI.—NO. 42 ]  ANGELICA, ALLKGANY CO. N. Y., WKDNSSDAY ilOR^lÍNa  Firé ïiisiirafuce ! !  nORNELLSVILLE Aa^NCY.  ^toá Insurance Company,  HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. Incorpbrakd l^^i-^Capital $1,500,000.  iHARTFORDr ÌNSURAI^CE COMPANY,  ~ 7^y;AUTF0HD, CONÍlRCtICtíT. tn^pòraità 1810-~'C<j¡.>i(<iÍ 8500^000.  PHàlNIX INSURANCE COMPANY^ : ......... Hartford, Connecticut.  - CITY FIRB INSUMNCE GOMPANY, ^  -......: - ^^  ■ MAN HATTAii Flii im COM PAN Y,  ■ : ■ Kaw YORE CiTr;  Incot:2xomted 1821---Cdpitcil $200,000.  NORTH AMERICAii ffiuRAWE COMPANY.  ■ Hartford, Cohftccticat—Capital $BOO,000.  NEW ENGti^» INSURANCE COMPANY,  - Hartford» Connecticut-^iiyital $3^0^000.  Insurangeican/bo "itt the" above (oi^ cBtabilshcd Stock CoiKpgalM, ou Dwelling^foros, CtefcloB^,"-iiaefor-ic-a, Tersomil ■ PrOpcrty^"&c:, on torms as favorablo as other ro-■irtOHBlble'instiitttions. Any coniiniialcations i-d-■diOBSod to Mm .at HoiiiellsviUe will meet with prompt attention. . j. c. MILLER, Agent.  March 8, 1862—pdly  ATTORNEYS, STTIjpiIiSBEtLTrKS^^^ Angelica, ''Allegany County, N. ¥., - Will attend to all bnsincEauitruatcdto tUetr charge^ with promptuess and dispatch".  . 8. OltEKN.] , ---------. [vr. ASOKT.  Office—Front i-oom over Thdina..s' SLoro  to g-©Bf ©I  For thö Angelica Reporter. L IS T E N 1  BV J. n. PKNHOLLOW.  Listen I did, yc not hear tUftt sound,  Echoing from afar, Faintly o'cr tho-disfcatrfc hins,  Like some funeral car? ; Did ye not hear that mournful cry?  That agonizing" pvaycr, Which from many a burdened heart Asconda iu deep despair?  ■'Liiltoul'lhltl^slMnc'W^ \ That same.bewailing- prayer, Ektends its cries from shore to shore,  - Witli an^Htishr^'rids ijio air!  For upon 5^()udoI- bloodsta field,-  ■Full many a.^feSfner lies; With upturned faco and pleading look The noblo hero dies! .  Listen! from yonder battle heights,  - J?rom-distant gory -pl-ai% -Whera lfe thfrgasptng multitude ^T^  Of viuiqiufihed heroes slain^ That pvayev doth rise in louder strains, With-accents still more deep! •  Tt is a plea for TToaven to aid  ' __________  of sight J)round il\o turn, and tho throng of i'rieiidfi gradually dispersed. "Nellie, I am astonished at y,>ul'^ •'Astonished at me!" repeated ííellie Pi-esfon, looking up in the face of John Gainsford, who walked by hey eitlo to tv carriage.  ^'Yes. ITow could you do such a think?" "Such a think ais what^" • -"As kiss that fLllow in tho dopc-t — Goodnef?tí gracious 1 What vero you  thinking Mr _ ; , ^ _ ^____ , . ■  ' was thíníti%,"' replied iJellie, with a perceptible íhish of feelint-;, "that ho might be a poor !notl'erlo.«ip, sititoilf^s hoy wixa^d-tro-oTKFtü love hiui.------  y::n  SURGEON ¿ M! íMAEICáL  ----—  Peraanently Locatcd at Fripndship, N^ Y.  Dr. C. p. carver, Dcr-tiiL Denial rooms over the Store of S.N. Boniistt & Co.-ia 3 .Smith Davis' Block, Angelica.  N.. 3.-4'have no ifafitiiYv. ' ■ 13'13tf / Ahgclica April 2? 18G3,  j AMEEigAiTilCm^ _ --------- BeJiteoiElvife^i--:: -r;-  'L. W. BOLYEX, ----- PHOPKIETOK.  "tflllilS holul has beenlhorou!j(hly i cnovatccl, ro-f. Ji. paired and newly rurinbbc|d, and iii now open-'fed as a  FliiST CLASS J'UJJLIC no USR  patronaj^e of the pnhiic ¡.«volioitcd. Tho pro-' prietor will spare no painHiu renderiuir tho AMh'ii-ICAN an agreeublt! and pUsaiit pluco oi' sojouni Li' all those who muy I'uVor him wiili Uieir custom. - - Paspcngcr.'j couvoycd to and from Ihe cars free -of-clwrge.-  ■ " July I, i8C2, pdumloO:!  NO. 28 EXOllASGli 8T., UOGIIKSTEK. N. Y. IS /VAC A J^ E V- & C0.5 I'roii'rs,  THIS Bouse has jiist been coniplotely repaired liijd newly-furnished. Giw-tiitr' i\]so Ix-en iu-  JrodQced'-toto  njakin-i it as compWlo.iu all i^a- appoiuLLucuL-j us ftny House ia Wesjwrn New Yoik. ,, Piioos jed.ugei ki SI per day—jiic.aIa-5 Rochester-, S'>pt;-4, StjO. 09  ■ Vjj'^IlE subscrilKT luiviag rcRiiuied the cliargo, of * A tho above Hotel, iiiforui^ tl(<' pul'lie in geuer-  _ and Lii?- oid cuf^tonJorH in prrtifi'lnr, fiat h/> will 'i^ndeavor to-niako them- Oi^iniorlalilc, and as vauuclv [H^'.n that  ■pieir wauls aud coinfor.t will. !)■• cri' m for vvUh i •^Binch fioli.citudc. Special uijuiiiiivvwiil be fciveii 1 ■" 'to pleasure aud weddTiig p.ivUes, lof w^liit'.h ilii -, "Hotel has been i'O fainouc;. i'rieo- will ho made 0 "to correspond with tli'.'i^e buvii rimes.  ''■ • •• .'^NDIiEW CUARLE3,_ ----In • -iiitf  ■ Dr. E. M. Alha !ia>'reuuu'.'tl hu;iKi tuiil will bo  ready at a'l hnuf? to tender bin profe.-;«io»iU pev^ -Vicef«.  '-.i: February Jpfc.,Ibaii,  Listen! along the garden walks — C)f -y<mdcr cottiige low, ' . ' A inaiden trcaris tiio vine-dad bower,  With lingering'st^'ps nnfl slow; A pa})ov in her liand .she liolds,  ^Yhicl^ tolls of victorie-s won— _ Of hard-earned fame, and manly toil, \t the Fort of Donelson,  Listen! she's I'feadiiig (lie list of tli().so  Who fell in the deadly strife— Of tlioiio w.hp in their country'^'Cause  Delivered up their life. Hut.lo! ht?r brother's name she «pie.s,  Ere half tlu^ list is read; Great'iod! her Iirodicr'H name is thereJ; Down with the giia.sfly dead I  , Listen! a ciy (.f <lccp dcspiiir, A mournI'ul cry of p.'tin Bhp uttcT5^, winlo in tears she shyiekF,-.' '"^fy brother,-ton, i.s sKiin!" ................  And then she'ghmqcs once again  U[)oii the pfoei'.ius "niiiac—■ Alas! then; c.in no mistake, llor br<ith(T, t"o, is slain!  i.i.sleii! hew many,' rnni'.;/ groans,  Arc bi)i.-;i(; iipon ihn air, FiMiii I'.oiu that's tasted of the cup  . Pi' .bJite: c.s t de.'spair! • . Groat God I hiiw long nui;4 wo behold  Siu'li M'l.dy i^rui'S n^> tlicse? If(.t\v luii;4:.(M-o ti'iuh .shall roigii o'er all, And Fii;udoiu k.i;-s the hree/.e?  TllK AN GEli XLLE DEPOT.^ !  friend. At length a letter was received containing tho followfug passage: "Afy deai'fatlicv and sister, give mo joy. I am Major, and my commission datoa from tlio day of Ball's lUuff. My dear friend Ever-mond is Captain of my old Gompany, and a better'¿oldier docs not livo; and'I know there can be no-truer friend.'^  "And you thouglit you would bve him, eh!"......;  "Ì love ali tliose brave, noble mm, who have-gone- to.t)lTèr.tip:théìi": Mvei>-fnr~rri^^ country's Welfare!" said tho girrwitli; dcoiJ emotioh. ''I never knew liow Avel I, loved my mvfi -br^ier mitri I Saw hinr go away to-day, r hope God will kc^p him, and return him to us in safety."  ^'Did. you notice^" said Mr. CainsRircr, after a pause, "that your.foolis); behavior  affiiiaed.xìanaiik;i-abla:i-a.maj:k:?i^ ........  ..-I'lM. r^vthi^i^you-wòuldh%-fm^y more about that,Mr. Gainsfordi" "You are ashanied of it, .(;h?'i ■ "I am.ashamed of 3^011,"sir! You need not help ine, lean get'into )iiy.-CaiTÌagjC alone."  Two days after this Judgi Prestqn  ter tea ho called Nellie to him, iUKl/askecl her if she had made up her. mini} to be the wife of John Gain.sfoid. /  • "I h,\>ve mado- uyfniiy Tnind;^ tVat I will not be Ijìh wife!" was her promp: r-oply. "I have nn wish to urge ycui my child." "I di( nutluvo hiiii,'father; uud 1 should prefer to have no more intimacy ^'ith him. I, never liked him. TTe in nnkiixl to his poor sister; and bo migl)t bo unkind -to me." -  "Jo u are. r igli t, my. diiugb ter ; ¿uid I am now free to ronfoss thnt I am ^Moa.sed with your dccisiim." ^Minost the k.si, .ihhig ynnr brother ^aid to rne, before ho Icl't with his conij)any, was, thai he hoped yim would not make John Gainsford his brother-in-law. Me knows (iaiii-sfurtl. well, arid has iic^ respoct for liim."  The Judge kis.sed Ins eliild and the mat-tor watì settled. Giiiii.sf-ord was tlie soji (if one (.if his oldest friuiid^-!, ai'd -iK'?  intimacy wii!^ corarnon-ccd r and lie liTid been willing, fur his daughlers Ks.ke, to tfy thg. ,vouiig'.-ttuUv^- of  .rtilicr n.<w.tkit the triad v.-an ..  GGorge Profdjjn, tho Jojdge's jnlj sion, had g'iiie .'US Citidaiii (.T a O'lui«)!}-, ';\i\d the family watched anxiously for the' ne\v,s tliat \vaa It) bear to theia the inte!-ligefioc- of t!ie nK)veiiieiils i>f the ^—th iiegiuieiit By'a.ud l^y Imu liigriic caino. Tho regiment was at rcolo.sville. IIk.- regiment was at P.ail's T>ìafì'! The regiment had be;'n nud'.T fire i!(;arly tho vdiolc of tliat teri"ibie day, aij,d a.^iivarful hayoj;, had ticeu' made in its ranks. W'aa'c- was (ii'org''? 0-, how iinxioiis v/as Ndlie Fri slon now! ^f'ro thai', ev^'r iiCfVa'e did she ki.inwh-he loved h(/r.J-irofl)'''V -' "  IJal Good W-'WH^!--------George is safe.—  Tiic Judge paintidiome witli an evening jiaper, aiab hii.tided it to Sel'ie, pomtjiig vd.lh Lis ilngev b> I ho pf\v;tg:-;vn!) «bé was-to read. .She read as ioianvs:-  "Oaplaia .Pre.ston, alter, being exposed to a..mur.cilesH ■ firix.--.for;.-fediLr ec^t«ej;-i|tive hours was ^nV of the la^L fo rwliji Ih^ riviM". IT':'had niade hè-i" way dosvn tUe  Onco more tho Judge and his daughter were anxious. Tho ~th Kegiment was before Yovktown. Then came tht bloocly, field of WjlliapisTiurgh} but George was ' Udi callcd into that' biittle. Ai 'length, however, came tidings^ of another bloody  wounded lagged; but a lettei-tvom\|Jeorgc  wajB ieccivcd.^^^ H  wounded ' " r " ^  "Oiir Colonel was "sUir^^^ wroto, "early in the engagement., had been acting- as Lieutenant Colonel for some time, and the connnand devolved upon me.  I was following the lead of the gallant IToward, when a Imllctr passed throilgh wj^thigii. Captain Evcrmond was on tile right-ei'the-regbneut^tindLhad-j^ ^(77jiiF^~thb coiimand^'m who n tf m  clash of the final "charge '^amcl I \vas faint and di^zy, but I saw liiiTfa dash on at  S(>eji AValtcr Evcrhiond, drow, hi.s arm 'about her-and gave'her a brother's kiss.  At eight o'clock in the oveniiig the coach wa.i sent to tho depot, at luilf-past oight it returned. Nellie left Iho parlor^^ and ftiped away to her own rooni, " Ilcr heart _\va3-iiua flutt^^r—;^ml-he^-jf^ce was burning. It niighV be j)03siblc that she had never noon Captaii^Evcrmond ; fcut she did not think it probable. ^Vhat should aho-do? llqw should nhc itip^ct-hiiji?—-T%vico lù^fsho attempted tatclUidixbrothcri of jici*- owu adventure at thü dcjïot on^thc memofablo mormng, but nlto could Afajar .Fyfìatoja^ Upon^ ldr._crutchcá^won^  Kl line (I  lies  bluff/; and ■ wa i ' le-sisitin^ wounded eomrado,s,\v.hen tb.e enoiny cavi.ie  lie wñü .-3UI.'  The groal depot was erowded. Tlie —Ih Regiment waH iilfont to leave-ff>r-Uìe seat-òr ivar; and it W11S ktmwn that the brave ridlowi-i vvOie goiiig wheré tighting was Bure lo come. The ears had baeked iato the building, and tho engine was  slu iektnA-inipaticritly. The regiirient had poinmg oo-vvn upon tirnm. uè wu;. iilcd i.iilu-liiu..d(:;pi:)tj a4Hly-as--tliC rKoldiers roiindf-d, aud wuuid'ìiiu'o B(-V>Yv™Tì\Tù7'''T resleU f...'r ..f'fow iiiorHonts upon thoir arma, for'the heroic bi averya'devcition T-f ii f'Mid frichus galhered aruund, and the sergean't-of hi;s- com?>any.. The ser;Ve>anl, vvords. of .i»arting were spuken._ Thvru whoso nant«*--v'as VValtev • Evcumoud, see-v.-ere tear.s, and soh's, and bles.iings; theie | ing. the Gaptaiu in tl(Uìgcr, sprang to h was wjiilging ofbandsand wringing «»f j side, antl,. wiiii hls rev'/.Ijvci:.b.Uo.l dead Ibut ^S^ivos wer» 1  the head of our noble regimenlYN, and the Bhout of victory-rei^ched- tiiy-ear, at^^was borne from the iield. Late at night Uiip:  Ey^Kmond ;t)QrnGJnt ters^ R^G^vwrily^'Wrmnled^iy"^^ the shoulder. ITd had a hand-todiand con-ilictv^'ith the enemy Over a battery j. and he took it, and held.it;? ^ _  Tlireo weeks afterward ahothor letter came. ■ ' ' - i'-Deay-Nellie, I am eommi - 1 bavo a furlough for. iorty days; Our wound,-J are doing well." ........ . .  The train arrived at'3 o'clock in the after noon. -Mojaf' PreSton ca'mti from the car upon his crutbhcs, and bis father was thoro to rijctnvo—him. N'ollichad not come do^vn. Big,:; proud tears cour^l dowii iho old man's faoi as he heard tha shontK that welcomed !u.s noble boy; and bn- a- wnilo his son was monopolized by-the nrultitude; . ' ' .  "Where i.s your friend, Evermond?" asked the Judge-^ an they my'ved towards the cai-riage_,  ' "OliliG will be bore this evening. He h.ifl to ".fop t'.!' h ;v fi':end--fHi- the -wnyj and UM11 come.on the ^next train, . 1 told him Uiat our cirrrmge, would be;, on.: hand;  for iitiii:"'.................... ■ ~ ........ ..........  A fei^'ful mnment"'wag it for Nellio^ ProK-ton when she threw her arms around the ueeji of her rcHtrned brotherOb,—ahfr knew nothuw much—how very niuch she loved him. What,- iiuiuberless,. (inesliunS weie asked, anil r,.;>w eagerly 'were the ansvv'ers listened to.  Ky-and-by Nellie asked after Captain Evernioiid.  "Oh," ,sho cried, "I hope he is not old and ugly:;-fat-twimt- to love liim.^-'- -  "Xot very old," said George, with a sniije; and not vei y ugly. . But there-- is a curii-iUs eircnmsiancc c(jiinei;ted ' with iiis o^¡''n•icnce a.M a snldi(?r, whieli is worth re-latiiig. Ho told the story to^, me with te.UH in bis uyes. After the afcur at Ball's }..I]hiil' we.wcwidikel)r«jt-lwvrsr Evci'moiid- is I an orphan; wuhontfruljer or ntathcr, bro-, j th'T or sister. Tie lias a spleiidid education, wliich he owes to an old aunt v/ho iiit t=j]d^7li|in"forn-iiuistor jT)tir hiii "dis-pas-t-Ton did .n.jt ifeid him that way, and he', ;>laviud to slndy law. lii.s aunt withdrew her favor, an ! he was left to, strng-alone. lie was in danger of becom-  TtJlhb door, and welcomod Captain Evor-mond, whg , carried his right arm in a sliirgr-^licnohPJudge-welc^^^  as a!K|ther son^; .fiiidjipjwas BUiqSríád jodien hó" found vtiiat the: captain was a fairefaced, hnndsomia^ youth,, just" upon th^ evening  alage ofimanhoodi......; - j :—  where, was Nell|¿? The ell was rungi Xand a servant was sent in quest of her... AOength she-cam^ trcmblhjgint cveiy poimj but lief fatlVcgil"and lirotlfer did not notiS<Vit. ' . __  ITl'Nclli^m^^  is our dear frici^Walter Evermond!'-^ ' The Captain advanced with a quick stop^ and had halft extended his liand, When h(? stopped as though he Wl been shot. -^Grrod- angels!" Iro^^sped*, ''wliat is this? This—xoim sistrh?"  '■-■■jgi'fi.'gj^.'iujsi^is:^— diöcover what ails your hcatij »nd aU ![ havQ fui'tho.r to say is, if you Imvc coümge, jeu %vill atay hore. If you havo farther arrangements to mako, makc them 'viitu Nollic.", r :  willXeUie-—- '  "lî'it—Gcorgö= -what ehowflV-dar  -kek-hur yourself."  "But your father-."  "Already looks upon you as «bod. What mom ^o y<;n,t R'jk?'-. - . . , _ r -  "I- don't' know. - Indeed,, tins is more than I had cxpectciV / am dreaming^. "Then I advise" yjou to wake up."  avVDklicn, ho awoke to a blessed hope. . Before èightJio had resolved to step, and fee-fore ìlio ^"cek; v/a^ out, he had made ar-rangenictila^-with Nellie Preston, lo live with her ajwaj^a, ■ - . '  And ÍÜ1 this catàe^f tho simple Was in the depot. ■ *. .  She that can couiposo baby ic  giSiatcVj than he who-compose^books. —  : A debating "club in Worcester lately discussed the important question: "\Vhe--_  thor. a daybreak is  tho:res«It of oljsorvutien or mei^^  .A. goak: " ■■  Some simple folks lie dowa when it's dark. And flsa-iq the momrag^Itlrtti« linpoTan^Miq Wuile ttthGra'tlictff are for a lavk "who go,  ■>1 when the  .......KSSÚ'híWW ■  ■^ululi niiiüér ',l!id^"ìfü^?T?Tpt:'~;^iïiT^(lêafer ¡inf1I~k{'ö'H8  '•■5 ofOlocItf?, Waf«hes. and-JeWelry. ílcpairiní^done on'shoi^t^aotlee and roitsfrîmM'ït ttn'ms. ' . Angelica, l'îov^j - bö^iU  . p. M. .......  V" Black.sinítTT-^on ftío corner of iTnirr nud "Olean st.. opposite Tiatht)uns' llot«4, Whor.: alt tiind^i of .......filackamithing will he done on the shortest notice,  — aad nvpi^t nu^uahle IIOVSÜ flud ^OX - Slioetn;^ ura Hup'-'rir/r nisanC'V,  A.ESO, manufaehuH-t of€t!rrítúVo?.Buggies,^agona, &c., aiid ivpairing dfi'io 0» v^hort liotico— one d.oor .r- Buuth oí the Black.smiih tsUop ou Oleau stieet. Angelica, Nov .'iCU'  Copartncrsíáiií.y  - '/"'■A LHEBT BHOWN. ?iavin;< tuteen Wi.Uiaiu D.  J\. Olmsted into Paitiner^iiip, the bu-sínesg of ■manufacturinji wrapyiti;^ Paper, iu its variiai.s g- -Styles^ will herealt ur ./ie couduutcd, ut the Joney Mills iii Angelica, untler t'le ilrni of  ' _ - Angáioa,^!}. nth-j'gtia. . . :1m 1331  water,-Cnptr.in-Prr^ severe wound m the  TK'il.rt:-;! ^S^iros were- parting 'with ' hus-¡ nien that we.re pn-^dng ujíériTlirnT! V\'îieu Lp-iul^j^uOuifs. were partitig :w-iih -soiiitrftiKty .!i;rd gíitned ïd.-ti.-rs weil; i'idding gooiL-bye to In'others ; | t"ii had received a and lurh<'Y.s wvr.e speaking the last wwds-j shoulder,nviiieli ro.ndt-red it,impossible foV of eauti"u and-care. Tt was a .qeason_oi"i iiini tw ¡-.wiin; ' íínxie:ty"; -for the deparruí^-Túies  wtire froiri)-; ,aw:iy  .sa  with theii- Hvtis 'in their  emnr^orr-t he biattUr-iitnvT'ri^' it in  lai::  TI  Me iVdi'  might 8j3eedîîy 'be nnide.  Ci-'rj oral Traiter Everini aid leaned upon his riiie, and gazed upon the- seC'Vir! N'd'  o.Ihii - J 'VVe-  ure happy io'^stule !!;a.l, Capt.aju Preston's wiVuiid--is not dange,i-,M.'tî«,/'.., . ... ..  'Hh! Ifeav-n bles^; Innf nulile  ÏÏûITcaT^^  farewell. ■ Ííot over' one-and-lweijty wt s 1 tho account.  B  BLANKS ! BL'ANKK ! BLANKS !  LANKS of every desei'iplioii, kept constuat-lyoa hand, and. tor. sale!chyap,.at  TUiS OFFICE.  1 ri  STO VE SI  .^yilE LARGEST AND BEST ASSOHTMEN'T EVER BROUGHT LYfO ANGELICA,  . . i^i^rc^^'.^ „ .  jti jrou wsTir a good stove, now is the tune to gel ^ '"me. Cal\aiid fexamine.  / ■ ' AJLOCKHAP"  ii®eUca; October, 1857. ;  C'erporalWalter Eyermond. Hi; had a fresh,, handsome f;te4?-,-iHjd a bright- pure eye-;-and his frantu one of those tnar^ vels whereuL a liYagntEc-cnt physical strue-tur«-" i.s develoiuid v>;ilh a small body.  "I deehire," said the Corporal, wiping a bit of moisture froni his eye, "I dm glad that I have nobod}' here, to weep and gob for me. Yet," he ardded, With á lingering lüokK "it xyould be pleasant to bear away on« parting kiss! But I shan't get-it." ■ "I'll kiss you if you'll letjue!."'  .,.......Wiilfor .IIIvernit>nd felt íidiand upon his  arm; .and the prciti.st, sweetest face he had ever Bt'tíñ b'-i^am^ruptín h-im vvrtk a Rnule.  "I'll kiss you, su'l ' and the girl placed both 1 landfr-npon Ids shurrlders, and pre«s-ed her lips to his blooming cheek- ; - "Thunk you! Bless you!" . EaJliul FiiK in ! - '  The Corporal pressed the hand of the beautiful girl; gave one more look into her beaminji fa^e, an.d then fell int^ Uno^ lirwVen- Jong-the cais i¿l(od out from the depot, bearing the volunteers towards thp field where patriot duty called them. Tn a JHtle while thl- train was out  r  And ht^r futher joined' iier with hj.s whole soul. ■ ■ _ •Late Ti 1'IT)1 lin  a cijriou.-i thou "dit  him that he weuíd eníist. He enlisted^í; a \'rí\ato in the cinapany in which I was eaptaiu. 'Whilc M'o were waitin^g' at the depot. Oli Lai' -niornu.iL;- v/benwe, hdi for ih »-cai r>f Vv 1, ]'"'ifnnond fdood r ^one g.-K-cing npon tlie secuiVii^ oí v/eeping and l'Uf^in;;: t'ud as the thought -pasat-d | ihi ni^jii hi> niÌ! 1 th.iC he \Vtit> iclic\(dl 1 voii\ the pain el parirng with frieí.ids,, Iic felt íhaiííd'nl/ and expreased' hifnself tò -tltift-fj^ñpií: ^ìretTim Kaidythnt' ft wmTid l)u a W^.sing to benr away onc friendly kiss, ■i-hiì-t Ihj  Bistcr, líe sald thìs aloud, and in a nuv ment a young gtrl-^ho says tlie nioiit T>eanttl'nÌ--^ì-rl-lio over .s^aw—ynit ber liands k,i..'3HedJjini  íHtt fOTth her hands.  jVIio!'' exclaimed George, lifting hi.^ crutCh^'afrorn the floor, and.ptampiii^ them down withswonderful énergy "I thii^ I see it now! Say, Walter'—^tell me-— me-—is this your angei?^' • \  "Ton thousand blessing^ on her head!'' murmured' the bravo youth, while the tears .started down, his^heeks, "I did not dream  of this." ___________ .. .........  Then lie dashed the tears away and extended hip hand.  "Lady," ■said"li(^"'''y6u will escueö niy left handie r know:" ^ • ' / ■  "Goodness- mercy on nio!" exclaimed the old man, wdio began to see through it, ''Is this the soldier you kissed iu the depot, Nellie?"— J  Again the poor girl came voiy near losing lierself; but ßho made one more struggle and w.ifi successful. -  "Yes, sir," she öaiil; Captain Evermond and I have tuet once before."  It was} a cnri(ms position for both the  "Í íóld on j" cried the Majori with another thump of his ciutcl'c.s. "Í have "it: I know how awkward it i.s; and if I Imd mlsfrusted, so much as by thought, that my own sweet linter was the angel at'the depot, 1 should have prepared tho way for this meeting. But see hóv/ nicely I'll fix it; you, Xellie, are my sister by right ()f birth; and you, Walter, are my brother by every tie of love and gratitude. So, of eourse, you t\vo aro 'brothor and sister."  "CajjiTal!''i'An«? now for enjoyment. Come, Walter, le.ad your Bister to a scat, and we will tidk of the tiinjsa that have tried our souk.":  Alit the' present was tho time that tried Nellie's Roul; T)nt it waf? a happy, blissfljl trial, _ - •  Late at night thoy prepsired to retire,----The twe+ soldiers were alhno after tho rest had grinc to bed; for they had got used to 11 e Ip iug eai:!i üthi?í':^:::Thr¿ Cíw-ed- ■ for  iUa.CAj.Ht.alu'a C.aptain,  took ('are yf the Major's thigh.  "Wo ^o^'e at honje, my dear Walter,'^ said George Presto.n, after they had dressed other's wounds, "and we will have  Jlappy..lime.of It -; ^.....  "I shall not' be abíp to sto|>. with you long," relurui'd Walter. ' '  "Mercy!' AVhut is:i,ip now? Where else  The foUowing was found writteti in thé  visitor's book at_Niagara;_______________ L^.  NextAo tli,^ joy, of BceingSarah^ _ Is thati?rseetng'NI-a--ga-rah.  The Picayune says the best substitut^ for victuals? T  rèconim^nded other things, but this ià tho only one \ve place'any confidence iii. "  , capital for a y^  capital ^ung wife." It Is, at least, a _aort of c^ial that is^ graerally-^  tivb"-—a poihrahvays' csansid^d What is the dii&renco between â Iittié  will you go?  'I don't know; I must not stop hcrG."  00 n h ia ' s 11 otddCT The :;tha1riteTl)iSd ^u.'^t  jtime to blo.';js the ángel, when.....the. order  • came to fall in. T think the "girl that gave lWjdt(.n-"Kve.WH«nd " th at .kiss did "a glofifrus de(HL' ' He assures me that it made' him  --------- - - - ~ — - ... , , y.. 4 1 Ltt i-tai- liitiu. » f lllttvi^- XX-ttti  worked its Vva\--nTito Nellie Prç.^trm alKc Ts. ' líe says Ihat the . menmry of tniml." -Shn wn.qhpd the iniiii 'Wbo liad fímí fA KiV.'.'î-i  mimi.- :Shc :wished the iiiìrn 'who had saved hèr brother's life so bravely had lieen only a corporal'? Ami then she Wondered where that fair-faced, bright-eyed S',>Idufr was wlionr^io bad ki;si>ea iu thci dej^^jot, She wi.slicd. she knew his iua'me,  bovv'  It w^ouM be a .satisfactioîi to- know he iïired; ^¡A-hoped  Ere long á -in-  which 1.1.^ gave ihrilling aerí>ui.LÍxj.Cihíi bii't-•lli'.. fie îipok'j of Hfî.'gr'ant Waltry , Evermond as ho w-fyul'd have spolcen, of 'a bro ther.' "He saved- my life at the risk of bis own, and but fur him you would have no SOÌ} living to Awdte lln.s^;, aiid, Nellie woidd have no*^ brother," There v/us a postscript to the letter as follows;  x—A\"alter Evermond .has just rj,;-cummÌKXiiuu  "'And-. udiy..iiot?" ___  "Becauf-e Í dai e not!"""" ■ 7 '  "Oho!" ened (î-eorge,; ■^vho knew his fr-jinnl well enough, and knew luuaan ture xvell^ enpiigh'to read ordii!ary signs of feeling, "T tliink I uuderstand you now;  girl assiduously employed with a book, and an elderly lady absorbed in'the pro-ccnn of knitting hose? ^'hc oik ia stocking her mind, and. tho t^her ia minding bur stocking, - ^ .  Blunt.^A Western wag say^s: "Gou. Bhuit h bhategy is in thrcf pait?} first; finding v.diei-e the eueniy are;_sccèad^ im mediately tending a bomb shelLat _themf tldrd, going . himself to see .whero\it struck." ' • \  All tho woman of; the. villages on the \ 8horea of the GulC of Mexico are iu the habit of Hwimming. The young ladiesi' are all diving belle.'i.  Bread is the staff of life, and liquor the Btilts; tho former, swstaîning a man, tlic latter elevate.'} him for a fall.  ; Bring yoùr yh'tuegJO^^Jeuchstoufl f.<i_____  tTT;t#rr~truth,, i^ier ^ tp. the baTahcè to try their measure. ' "  j lîafe ia a: casket liot pi'èGious -inf îti^^^ but valuable in proportion to what fortune, or iiiduatry, or . virtue has placed within it.'- r ': ■ '-e■.,.',/ JIqw fill of us wonld: whd-eliould m WO tnisuse tho.9e of heaven.;  What mayiië'tâlrfinlrQ^ get it? Tour portrait. ♦ : . ? - ■  If :i measure full is a qiiart, would more than a measure full be a quarter? 7 :  An Irish,, pedagpgu'c^^^ r^^ Ivia  bo 'applied "to all; shjp.ir.and: ^^^ ;  expepting uiati steamers ■aaS 'weii-#war,  AN I^■cIDlîKT ;iîi À .^itWAY slér-T-Pin 4ifraid I'm sitting on your crinoline, fna'am!^,- V ' \ . ;  it - - ■ - ^ - . . . ,  .'s of Bo^ co^cniflwu-e;^ yoá oaii't hti^ it. ;MonBtcy-—No,, J^íá'ain,: iH^ the cou^uiidöd things hurta me¿ / -- ;  V see?" asked^tEç"  doctor.^ The Voung msnlhe:dtatc.¿ii-fe5K-  '^veTl say no ,mor(^ íibou^ii<vjí|ghí  you -find a.goou doctcr,  T)ïïlÎOTlTriiffoW^'ÎT boarding place.'i ^ And so they w<ïfit '  " On the following morning, after broaky  " fafjt hail b'^i« díppoae<"h»fj <reorgtHfínlc4iis.  young ________  replied, \  1 ike a jackas.s, doctar, but-I rather tMïik,! .it  What is tlio difference between thò effect-  thall;wccTfacc hasTcd, hiiA to high ant holy resolves; and tliat he had sworn within hiiuBelf J;hat he would never dd' a deed fluj tj20JiLd_caiiae . tha4.....girU.oJi^^ .famiit-a_gopdx cojn %heluul kissed him, oven v.^ere she the daughtei'of a king.'"  "You said, he was a private then?" re^ mai1ied.Ncilitu -: ' ; . -  - - "No ; Tie was ii corporaf "then." wiis jnade-u. corporal.very'''shortly after be en-Ì is tod-; and befnrii ho.Tiad been in camp a week in Maryland, he ' was made a ger^ geant. But, n>y aistiir, what is the itiat^ ter? Mercy I you look ])ale,"  OhP; -^dtii^pered Kellie, hidttjg-her-fae^ v.'itli her hands, "what dreadful things!"  "My; T thonght this gtor^ of Evermond Would attract your thoughts from the dark-iJixedthe CLimiiIùX-ion o!,', un 1 Lit u-..jì,i-  V I "¿0 it (loos, in a measure; but I ciym-ot  Tho winter vv-ove away, and (Jcorge, in help my feelings." Ids letters io-hItaiis.ier, frecpioutly spoke George Preston, never miatrusting, liev-Mf Walter. Evermond as of. a very goad er dreaming that his sweet^istcr hnd ever  sister awHy into tlio library; and had a long talk with her. She wept and smiled by turns, during-the c/>nversation.  Whon-he-caTue ont^frona the library he nmt his father in the hall, and he hud a  -talk with him. ........ j  Half an hour afterwards lie met the Captain in the parlor.  'HValter Evermond," he said, "I have  iug place  for you."  - "Ah. have you? Tliank you, George." ■Yes. Sit down, and I will tell vou all  -yóñciough;  Greecf'?" -rntheohe caseTtTs-in the other it is-~Corfu. "  —Trnth, in the garment of. polltofiess, if; often more comely ihan tho n^ed trtith.  —There is a maireut Wcsl wha labors " tmder thc delusion that "Hon." placed bg-fore a man's name BtDnd_s for honest, -  —Why is au orderly scdieplniastei^ liko the lctterC?~~Alis'.~He makes lasses into  chlSSOG. -- - - -- '----  ^ sentiment was offiired:  about it ~ Nî)W listen;*' continui.d the Ma- "Piihteis'Wives'^ jor, after they were seated; "I have even gona-so iar as to pledge my own honor that yuu will so bear yourself "that thü house cali never be ashamed of you. In  short, 1 hâve giveu my word that you ate an honorable, tfuo man; incapable of prc-medilatiugnriong, tind fiscd in the pàth of virtue," -  "Thank you, George." "And now, dear Captain, your place of ^My atatcr is  bo3tes<5, and my father ia the host.'^ "But—George—" "Nonsense! Do you think I, am blind? .U any rate, I can sçe.pÎiîîiilx cuou^i-to  ■»May-tlroy always basis' plenty of small caps for the head« of their little original articles „  —A country paper, speaking of a person who ia lecturing iu order to,get- means to obtain an education, Bays there aro other pTofcSvdonal lecturera who should cJexote tho proceeds of their lectures to a similar purpose.  —"Did X Understand you to call jno a puppy, sir, I-called yau a  pupp^^'^cky'^y yon. 'jL'tie iogüTt is'too ^mall to ñoticéj.but had^^you çaUod  an old dog—-I \vötdd fc you -down.." — „^, ^ ^ ■ ' ^^ ^ .. • t.;, ' "  _____-   

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