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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - April 03, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA our country May it always be rights but right. Or wrong our Youj 48.carlisle, pa., thursday april 3, no. 43. Pm Jurio an. Yol u steer. Job listed every thursday morning by John b. Braxton. A terms. Dollar and fifty Conte paid in Advance two Dallara if paid Ijiri thib the your and two dollars and fifty conts if not paid within who year. To la Cao terms will to rigidly adhered to in Over instance. No. Subscription discontinued until All Aro paid unless at tho option of tyo editor. A ,. Advertisements a accompanied by , and not of Wooding Ono Square will to inserted three Jimines for Ono Dollar and to Monty Fiyo couts for each additional insertion. Those of a greater length Ity a proportion. ,. Job printing such Ash and Buls hosting Bills pamphlets Blanc is. Labels a. Fcc., with accuracy and at tho shortest notion. A Quot a the old family Cradle Laid in the Garret where darkness and dust Aro tho Solo wardens of Many a Trusta Bik Nutly standing amid ifs compel is Motley mementos of Many score a Carat shapeless and homely a cast aside the Nof. A thus tho old family Radlo j song. Onto with Vermillion its coating was Gay now All its Brighton basis faded away a. Worn is the paint sides and tho co a Thuro no soft cover lid Longor is spread. And tho stiff rockers creak Over tho flow or like a rheumatic limb weary and sore. A yet there Aro thoughts full of goodness and go co. Bright cuing with Beauty. The g. Spiik to us now of the a cars thut Are red a it Bangot Are tho living sol Poa Ofuji the dead what Are thy memories or Turnbul and family histories,.mirthfuland sad ?. A onco a Young Over thy Side a fair As a Maiden and bleat As a Bride. There wore warm kisses and tears s a and tho kind Angels looked Plon Sod at tho sight. It 1 Whilo the old Radlo rocked gently away a a. A seeming in musical murmurs , a a to and fro to and fro Little Ono Sloop Angels their watch o Ertly Cradle shall keep to and fro to and fro thus As to took a a a softly and solemnly to Octh tho clock and tho Swift moments while hurrying by Lullaby Lullaby sing As they fly.�?�. But the Light moments Hoar years on their wings Fatm Norand Autu Iun and. Winter and Spring quickly succeeding pass quickly away. And tho Young parents Ara Cavo worn and Gray a a Hildron Are gathered by. The table and fire Blessing and Honor to Mother and sire. ,. Still tho old Radlo Rooks steadily there v a still treasures to its Core. To who its Pillow in infancy Prest. Soothed by Lio song of a Mother to Rost a Ntow in his proud As its Side watching tho Sleeper with fat orly Pride and tho id Cradle us lovingly like a casket its jewel from. Ill. Gone Aro tho aged ones now to repose a which nor knows gone am the Ohi Dvo to who grow by Thole Sido. Far from tho Homo of their childhood Aud Wido and the old Radlo forsaken forlorn a a to its Long rest in the Garret is borne a yet not forever its Itsos ulness o eur in nge it is summoned to Scrico onco More another new Comet bewildered astray. Would sleep in thy bosom its troubles away. But alas for the love that its sorrows would share. Alas for the ceaseless and weariness euro a it Indian sterner is sought in by room and the sleep of tho Oracle exchanged for tho Tomb Rost Thon old Friend in a quite profound a stirred not or startled by wore rent or sound it or if the wind with its deep Mournful sigh a bring to memories Long Sinco gone by softly us one who May murmur in sleep. Rook in thy dreams and thy Solitude Koep Quot the treas in re so Tor. An old Man and ayoung Wop an were scat de in a Small attic whose furniture Plain and a pretending though scrupulously neat Gaye a Ovi Donco of an indigence which had not yet Hist its Solf Rosteet. Good taste and cleanly. Noss diffused Over the Humble allude a sort of elegance. Everything was in its place j the tiled floor had been carefully washed the faded drapery was unspoiled by dirt and the window was furnished with Short curtains of a coarse Muslin tho numerous Darns in which formed a kind of embroidery. Some pots of common Flowers ornamented the front of the half open window and perfumed Tjio Attio with their grateful odor. Tho Sun was setting and a Rosy Light illumined the Hemblo dwelling ringing the Cheek of the Young girl Aud tho Whito hair it of the old Man. _ the latter was reclining in a Wicker chair which tho hand of affection had furnished with cushions stuffed with coarse Wool and a covered with Patch work. An old Cha Ferette did duty As a Stool and supported his maimed feet. And his single trip was loaning on a Little stand on which Pla Oei his earthen pipe and to Haeo Pouch embroidered with coloured beads. Tho old Soldier had one of those bronzed and wrinkled faces whose hardness is tempered by an expression of frankness. A Grey moustache veiled tho. Cheerful smile which trembled on his lips while his steady gaze was fixed unconsciously upon the Young girl. Susan was apparently about Twenty yenr3 of age. She was a Brunotto with pleasing features which wore lighted up and varied by sudden and rapid changes in their express bion her gentle countenance reset piled those transparent Waters which enable the oyo to penetrate to the very Bod Over which they flow. She held a newspaper in her hand from which she was Reading to tho invalid All at onco she ceased and listened attentively. Or inquired a the .1 ,9ld a what is the matter Man. A a nothing a replied the Young girl whose count Ennico expressed disappointment. You thought you heard Charles a rejoined tho old Man. A it is True a said the girl slightly colouring a a his work is Over and it is time for a a when he Dees come Homo a added , sadly. A. Susan opened her lips with tho intent Loo of justifying her Cousin by probably her judgment protested against her intention for she stopped with apparent embarrassment and then fell into a Evorie. A Lintl in it a i p11830 the Mingora of his Only of moustache which to twist pk��?Ta9 us did when he it length7n�?~�?~hr�preturnn1 5c�?Tprinc�l a 8vid to dress to leaves his work to filth Quot Ekl cod files and fetes beyond to0taw2�?o9� end tally both for him and -1% a Viz sgt Jar a a a a i Hope tho Cloud will a my Copsis has had strange ideas in his head for some time. He has no longer courage to work a. A a and Why not a _ a because he says there is nothing to expect from it. Ho1 thinks tho Workman can Lay by nothing for ii future time and that it is Host to enjoy tha present without foresight or a a _ a a of 1 that is his system is it a rejoined the old Man frowning. A a Well he has not tho Honor of inventing it. To had men in our regiment who excused themselves from marching under pretext that the route was too Long and who remain pm behind in quarters. Whilst their companions entered Madrid Vienna your Cousin do you see does not seem to know that by dint of putting one foot continually Boford tho other the shortest leg May reach borne at of 1 if Yop could make him a Eliop that a said Susan anxiously. A a i have tried to Eon Vert him by Tell Iii him How Good Bookbinder like him could save but when i name the sum to shrugs his shoulders and says that women knows nothing a bout a a and then you despair my poor girl a continued Vincent . A i see that your eyes Are often red a a a Anele i assure you re a. A a and you forget to water your carnations and have left off a Sun Ole a Susan appear of confused Bont her eyes on tho ground and rolled up the Corner of the newspaper. The invalid placed his hand upon her Load tenderly. A a come done to think i am scolding you a he a dded abruptly but kindly. A is it not Quito natural that you should feel interested about Charles who is your Cousin and who one Day. A Hope a. The Young girl started. A a Well we wont say any More a ont that a interrupted the invalid. A a i always forgot that with you girls we must seem to to ignorant of what to know. Lets say to More about it i Tell you and return to that Gouid for Noih ing fellow for whom you tool a Friendship a thetis the right worn is it riot a and Vjio feels the same for you.�?�. Susan Shook her head. A a that is he did so onto a spid she a a hut fur Sonio time if you know How old he is How tired to seems of a. 1 a a it is so Quot replied Vincent pensively when a person has enjoyed exciting amusements the simple pleasures of Homo appear Dull it is like a Glass of wine after liquor. I can easily believe that my child most of us have passed Over tho same ,. But they have been cured of their fancies a observed Susnir Quot and Charles May he cured of his. Perhaps if you were to speak �6 him Uncle a. Tho old Inan Hook his head to credulous a. Quot these infirmities Are riot to be Enron by words a he replied a a but by deeds a neither a reason Uncle Man Igor a Good Soldier is produced by a decide in but. Experience the proof a exertion and the baptism a Fine Farinon Are necessary. Your Cousin do Yon see wants inclination because lie does not feel a motive for exerting himself we must Point out an object which will restore his courage. But this is rather an important business. Will think about it.�?�. A now this time to is really coming tried the Young girl who had recognized tho Hasty Steps of her Cousin on the stairs. A then silence in Hie ranks a said the in valid a a we must not seem to to thinking of him 4 go of with your a Suhan obeyed but bar trembling voice would easily Havo betrayed her emotion to an attentive observer. Jyh list her eyes followed the printed lines and her a voice pronounced the words mechanically her ear and her thoughts were wholly devoted to her Cousin who had just. Opened the door and placed his hat on the table i tho Middle of the attic. In order to avoid interrupting the rending tho Young Man did not speak either to his Uncle or Cousin and approaching the window leaned upon it with his arms crossed. Susan continued to read hut without understanding what she read. She was come to that mosaic work of detached and often nows arranged under the head of a a Charles., who at first appeared absent at last paid attention to her Rodin in spite of himself. The Young girl after a counts of different thefts fires and accidents at last came to the following paragraph a a poor Hawker of Besancon. Named Pierre , boing determined at All risks to make a Fortune conceived tho idea of going to India which to had heard of of the land of Gold and diamonds. Be sold the lit tie he had reached Bordeaux and embarked As roofs mate in an american vessel. High Toen years elapsed without any nows of pier re. Lefevre. At last his parents Roee ived i letter announcing his approaching return and informing them that the former Hawker after inexpressible labors and unheard of changes of Fortune was arrived in prance with and one hand but owner of a Fortune valued at two Mill Ous of francs Charles who had listened to tho Story with growing attention could not repress an exclamation. A a a two millions 1�?� to Chela Inrod in astonishment. A a that would Purchase him a Glass Oye and in Iron hand a observed the old Soldier ironically. There s happiness a replied the Artisan who had not listened to Quot tho re fiction of his Uncle. A a and which he did not procure on credit a added tho invalid. A a eighteen years of inexpressible labors and fatigue a repeated Susan Reat ipg on the expressions of the journal. A a what do they signify when to Herp is a Fortune at tho end a a a replied Charles with vivacity. A a there is no difficulty either in travelling by a bad Road or in supporting had weather to arrive at a favourably termination but in and Van Piug without reaching a definite a and so a rejoined tho Young girl looking timidly at Hor Cousin to you really envy the lot of. Tho Hawker you would give tho Host years of your life Opp of your eyes Ono of your hands for two millions of Money a interrupted Charles. A yes certainly. You have Only to find no a Puro Hascar at this Price Susan and i will Promise you a Good ship for pin-Money.�?�. The Young girl turned away her head without further reply Hor heart was full and a tour Stop in her Eye. Yin put was also silent but to again twisted his Moust Cha angrily. A Long silence Ensi Iod Turco actors in this silence pursued their own train of thought. Tho sound of tho Elope striking right to alias a Susan from the reflection. She Rose and began to prepare tho evening meal. brio one. Charles who had passed the last part of tho Day at the Itin Luclle with his friends would oat nothing and Susan had lost Hor App Tito. I Vincent Alpo did Honor to the roast for his military habits had a Cutomea him to respect the privileges of his stomach in spite of his mental emotions but he was soon satisfied Aad then he returned to hip cushioned chair near the window. When she had put everything in order Susan who Felt that she wanted to be alone took a Light embraced tho invalid and retire cd to her own Little chamber. Vincent and the Young Artisan found themselves Tele a Iete. The latter was going Good night to Liis Uncle when the old Soldier made a sign to Hup to shot the door and draw near. A a i want to speak to ,&Quot be said seriously a Quot Charles who expected reproaches stood near the old Man who pointed to a seat a a have Yop Well considered what you were saying just now 1 he steadfastly at his Nephew a a Are you really capable of making a great Effort to acquire a Fortune a i do you doubt it Uncle a replied Charles surprised at the question a a a Well then you will consent to be patient to work without intermission to change your habit a a if i can get anything for doing so. But Why do you ask Rico a. Of i am going to Tell you a said the invalid opening the drawer of a commode in which were Sonio old newspapers Lent to him by one of tho lodgers he Scaro hed for the papers took out one of quod it and showed Charlesan article marked by like Nail. The Young Artisan read in a in a voice to a a a Steps have been taken by the Spanish government relative to the stores buried on Trio Banks of the dour after the Battle of Salamanca. It appears that during this famous Retreat a company belonging to the first divison and who were entrusted with the custody of several chests was separated from the main body and so surrounded by a Large body of tho Energy that resistance was no longer possible t in commanding. Officer seeing that there was no Chance of Ipa King a passage through the enemy a Raulfs took advantage of the night to Cauce some soldiers in whom he had a of can finance to Bury the chests then satisfied that to Ope cop id find Eliom he coins inned the Little band to. Disperse in order that each might Endeavor to secure his. Own Safe passage through the lines of the enemy. Some intact succeeded in regaining the main army but tho officer and the men who knew where the chests were buried All. Perished during the fight. Now it is said that the so chests contained the tronsue of tho army that is about three million of _ Charles stopped and looked at the old Man with sparkling eyes. ,. A a did you belong to that company a said lie. A a i did a replied Vincent. A a you know of existence of the stores a a a i was one of those Wixom Tjio Captain entrusted with the Job and the Only one who escaped the enemy a balls a. ,. Of Hen you could give information which would enable one to find it a a a Yos especially since the Captain made us take the hearings of two Hills and a Rock. I should know tho place As Well is i know the bed in this Charles started to his feet. A a Well Thon your Fortune is made a cried he eagerly. A a Why done to Yiu speak about it the French government would coopt your _ a a perhaps they would a replied Vincent but it would i p a Why a. A a Spain has refused to give the necessary Purpi Jession. Look Lee held out to the Young Artisan another newspaper which in fact announced that with regard to the stores buried by the French in 1,812, on the Borders of the dour tho demand of tho latter for permission to search had been refused by the government of Madrid. A a but Bat need is there of a emission a cried Charles. A a where is necessity of attempting officially a search which might be made silently and without observation once upon the spot and tho land purchased who is to Jere yep ifs being ? Yho Yould up Speet tie discovery a ,. A i Hayo been thinking about it for the last thirteen years a replied the Soldier a a hut were shall to get the Money necessary for the voyage and the Purchase a a could to not Tell tho secret to some one Richer than ourselves and obtain their assistance a. A a but How shall we induce them to believe us or prevent their abusing our Confidence in Case Uliey believe what we say ? and if by Accident to Are prevented Frum Sariece Eiling a supposing it should happen Asip the fable that you were Reading the Othor Day to your Cousin that at the tripe of partition tho other party should take tho Lions share. Wesho Tild then have to undergo the certainty of a lawsuit in addition to the fatigue of tho journey and the Hazard of Success 1 what use is it ? said i to myself. Is tho Short Tippo which i have yet to live Worth so much anxiety ? i have a retiring pension of Hundred francs ? thanks to Susan that is enough with the pension attached to spy Crpss and ribbon for my daily ration and tobacco. I Caro no njord for the Rast than i shop for 8 troop of i _. A a and so you will let the Opportunity escape 1 Oxola mod Charles with of Vorish animation. A a you will refuse riches a a a As regards myself certainly a replied the old Man a a a As to you it is otherwise. I observed just now that you wore ambitious that would give anything to be Ola Sod among the million vies. Well collect together the sum Neo Esary for tho journey and i will go with a a will you really Uncle a a a do you earn two thousand fran son this condition i will give you tho treasure. Will that do a a a will that do. Uncle Quot Oxola wiped Charlo with animation. Thep recollecting himself he seemed alarmed. But his shall we got so much Money together ? i Samll never be Able to do a a work steadily and bring no Roppi Lyrl a your wages Egery week and i Promise you shall do Uncle How Small Aro tho savings of an a a that is my business.�?�. A a Tiow Many years shall to to collecting tho Money a a Lyon offered big Theon just now pud an Eye and a hand to a a a al Tifi was sure to _ a a in acquiring a Treasury .1 swear it shall be so by the ashes of the Little this was the i ath excellence of tho Soldier. Charles considered the project Quito As serious. Vincent encouraged him now by repeating that lie hold his Fortuno in my own hands and Trio Young Man wont to Bod resolved to Inako Evory of portion had awakened Hopes too magnificent for him to think Fly sleeping. He passed the night in a kind of fever calculating the Means of gain ing Jost rapidly the sum to required settling tho Way in which be should employ his of Uturo Fortuno and recalling one after another As if they were realities All the visions to had raised in Hie wind. When Susan came Down stairs the next Day he was already gone to lie work. Vincent who observed tho Yozing girl s astonishment Shook his Headland smiled but said nothing he had enjoined secrecy on Charles and intended to observe it himself. He wished to see in the meantime whether the Young Man would persist in his Good resolutions. A. The first few months were the most irksome. The Young Book hinder habits which he found a difficulty in breaking through regular work was insupportable to him. It Wab necessary that he should renounce the fickleness and Caprice which had hitherto governed hi8�?otffi? that he should overcome fatigue and disgust and resist the solicitations of his old companions in dissipation the task was at first difficult. Many times did evaporated Many times was he on the Point of relapsing into his old follies but the important object to had in View animated him to pm Severo. As he placed his weekly salary Wlinich continually increased in the hands of tho Veteran to experienced renewed Hope which gave him fresh courage it was a Spall Stop towards the goal but it was a step towards it. In the meant ipe the Effort became less every rese Nibles a ship whose sails Are the passions. A Ivy Theu up to tho winds of the world and to will to carried away Liy the currents and dashed upon tho rocks but let the sails he regulated by Good sense and the navigation will become less dangerous arid when at lust the Anchor is cast in the chosen place Thorp is nothing Moro to fear. A thus to they a Lig Artisan. In proportion As his life became More regular Bis tastes took a new direction. A steady labor daring tho Day gave him the sweetest sleep at night the absence of his noisy Copi rades infused a new cd Prip into the soon Etc of his Uncle and Cousin. The latter had resumed her Friendly Faapili Prity. Occupied Only with Vincent and Charles so Tori id every occasion frito a fete for which her Aff option furry shed the funds. Every Day there was some fresh Surprise some. Delightful attention which 8trengthened affection by the kids of feeling and Joy. Charles was Arto Misli Oil to find in his Cousin qualities and graces which to had never before remarked. She became Evory Day More necessary to him. Without being aware of it his of Vertious changed their object the Hope of the trea sure Proi raised by Vincent was no longer his sole incentive a otitis of his life lie thought of Susan to wish Fri to deserve Fier to deaf Ito her. The human soul is a kind of moral. Daguerreotype surround it with put res fort other arid Devo tip a a a Tala a a Quot a cd Gnu 1-a.-e a a a �1 a of Fife Stit by talc a i a Pfaffe Thiu Over y Imago will to Jack itself Thero and to imprinted indelibly. The life which Charles extinguished his ambitious views. Lie saw before him happiness More simple and More Tropio Diatel Bis Paradise was no longer a fairy dream of Ilio thousand and no nights hut a Small space peopled by which he could surround vritj.1 Hist up . This change however took place unknown to himself. The Young Artisan gave Way to his feelings i without stopping to consider he must then leave Susan it the moment they began to interchange Mutual Confidence to encounter the chances of a Long difficult and Uri certain journey when it would have been so plea not to remain at Home ? the Young Man almost cursed the millions that he was once ready to go so far to seek. Now that the interest of his life was changed ills desire to acquire riches had signally vanished. What use then was so much Gold to Purchase happiness when to Tad already found it however he made no objections to Liis undo and told Horn he was Rendy tie Start. Tho Soldier top upon himself the preparation to went opt for this purpose Many successive Days by Susan. It last he announced to Charles that they had nothing now to do but to Tonko their places. The Young frill was absent. Lie asked his Nephew to go with him to the office and As his recent fatigues had rendered his wounds painful he engaged a Hackney coach. Vincent h cd Tikon care to provide himself in one a fifis excursions with the newspapers Whide contained an account of the burial Tiff the stores near the Douro. In Hen he found bin self alone with Charles he put them into his hands requesting him to see whether they contained any information which might be useful to them. A a the Young Man read the first details of which he was already acquainted Uljon the refusal of. The Spanish government and last la an account of some unsuccessful researches updo taken by merchants of Barcelona. Ijo. Thought tho documents were exhausted when his Eye fell upon a letter bearing the signature if Peter Dufour. A a actor Dufour a repeated Vincent a a that was a Pioneer of the a lie Calls Lii self so in fact a replied Charles. A a a a a a a god Bloss to i thought tho Man was in tho Othor world. Let us see what he says for lie was in the captains Oon Fidance. Instead of replying Charles uttered an sex can Matin. He had looked through tho letter and his countenance changed. A. A a Well what is the Natter a a inquired Yin cent tranquil Jim a a what is the matter a rejoin of tho Yong Man. A i if what Iju four says is Trio the journey will be a a a Why a. _ a a because tho hosts were riot filled with Money but with Gunpowder 1 Vincent looked at his Nephew and burst put laughing. A i it was Gunpowder a he cried. A a then Tomt was tho reason Why before burying them they took some cartridges out of a you know it then a interrupted Charles. A a yes becausa.1 saw it Quot replied tho old Man Good Nat redly a but then you Havo deceive me a cried the Artisan a you could not have believed in foe existence of buried Iii Klioris arid your Promise was but a it was a truth a replied the Soldier Sevi of i pts Pic Sil not Roa urea you shall Hove it put you shall i lot 1 0. Obliged to go to Spain for a a a a what do you mean a a a you shall soon the Carriage had now a topped Haford a shop the travellers alighted and entered. Charles recognized the workshop of his old master was restored repainted and refurnished with Del the Criece scary implements. Charles was going to ask for an explanation when his eyes foil upon the name of the proprietor engraved in Gold letters Over the Tous and responsible Trust. That body came promptly to his Aid and while supplying him with treasure and arms to an put ont that would previously have been considered fabulous they a at tho same time with almost al it Solute unanimity declared in that this War is not waged on their part in any spirit of oppression nor for any purpose Conquest or subjugation nor purpose of overthrowing or interfering with the rights or established institutions of those states but to Defond and maintain the supremacy of tho Constitution and to preserve the Union with All tho dignity Equality and rights of the several states unimpaired and that As soon As these objects Aro accomplished the War ought to in this spirit and by such cd operation has the president conducted this i mighty contest until As Comuni tinier in chief of Thongmy he Lias caused the National Flag undisputed Oyer a he Capitel of cur state. Meanwhile the state govern Niento has disappeared. Tho Oxe Cuativo has abdicated the legislature hns dissolved tho Judy diary is in abeyance. The great ship of slate freighted with its precious cargo of human interests and Littian Hope its sails Rill set and its glorious Flag Uii furled has been suddenly abandoned by her officers and mutinous Crew and loft to float at tho mercy of tho winds and to be plundered by every Rover upon tho deep. Indeed tho work of pm paler has already commenced. The archives Liao been desecrated the Public property stolen and destroyed the Yauss of tho Stato Bank violated and its treasures robbed including the iinds carefully gathered and consecrated for All time to the instruction of our children. In lamentable crisis the government of the United states would not to unmindful of its High constitutional obligation to guarantee to every state in this Union a Republican form of in obligation which every state has a direct and immediate interest in having observed toward every other Stato and from which by no notion on the part of the people in any state Federal government to absolved. A Republican form of government in consonance with the Constitution of tho United Statos is Ono of the fundamental conditions of our political existence by Lii Eli Evory part of tho country is alike bound and trip which no part civil escape. I Liis Effii Gatior Ija Iopal government is now attempting to a isel arg. I have been appointed in the absence of the regular and established suite authorities As military governor tho time boing to preserve tho Public property of Trio state to give tho Protection of Law actively enforce to her citizens and As speedily As m a to to restore her government to the same condition As before the existing rebellion. In this grateful but arduous undertaking i shall Avail myself of All tho Aid that rim to afforded by my fellow citizens. And for this you will have a pleasant Timo if you will Only try to be contented and not ivo too Rii uce curiosity., then mrs. Flaxman kissed Carol and Start of out of tho door. The stage was almost there but vet Arother word had to lib said to tho Little girl who was to be left at Home. So carols Mother hurried Back and said a my dear daughter i must not for go of to Tell you about a Iskot that i have put ii the pantry shelf. I Havno to looked tho door and Ify ii should have occasion to get something in the pantry you must be careful not to touch the brisket i Vorill not have it disturbed for a ,. Great Deal. Now done to forget . Or. And mrs Flaxman were noon out of sight in the rumbling old stage Mary Rind Carol first went into the Perlor to see what had been Dono flip to for their a and behold Ivory tiling had Beon taken from the Largo table and its leaves hoisted and All covered i Ali Jii Turq books. Toya arid Othor things that ought to make any Little person Happy i said that or Flaxman was a poor Man but he took great pains to please his Only child and he Seldom went into tho City without bringing out something that she would be delighted with. But newer had she arc Eivid so Many presents As she found on Tript table. Livery Otio was Bright and Beri a Tifful Rind her eyes sparkled Jiko diamonds. Whon she examined them. Arid there were cakes and Ril monds and Candy too. A Kajj Happy girls they Werp. By and by every toy had been Erir fully in sheeted and Trio pretty Well enjoyed. Thon the girls walked about tho cot Tago Yard and had As much pleasure in it As. You or i would in the great Crystal Palace in England a but often there Ivond come. Into Carol s mind a tho Basket in the a he thought of it at least Twenty times since he Mother told Hor about it. But As Yot Sho did not Montion it to Mary Weller. At last. As they were coming from the the House she said a. A Miry i have something to Tolj when Mother went away so e told Irie that there was a Basket on one of to pantry shelves and that j. Must not touch it until she Caino Home. Let us �0 Piid look at it oven if we done to touch it.�?�. Quot now Carol done to go to lore. J will not go with Yon for it would Only be Jet thug yourself into temptation. If your Mother told you not to Tovoli the Basket you ought pot to do it by any. Means. She knows what is Bijj for you. Como now and sit Down hero a let us talk about what to like the . Quot Well Mary Yon Are right a she big by or Rij. A i know i have too much curiosity Ion Ani trying hard to break myself from a come now Carol what do you like the Best if you were going to get a present Aud you wore asked beforehand what it should via tit Una Era Vilii Ami Eric at corded by my Telfer citizens. Ana Tor to s b would you Bay a it purpose ,1 respectfully but earnestly invite it a let to boo to my a tank j Ahoia All the people of fen Vescee desirous or Wil fer it and pencils. No i am Ling to see a of Hor audio it gov ra8takon they woul Ltd t 1 pre every wove that advanced or impeded Bis counter the Nymn was Bis own 1 at that to Progress. This transformation to those who ment the door of the Little parlor behind the lived with him was not suspected by himself shop opened he saw a log burning brightly he did not know that he was changed but on tho Hearth a repast spread Pori the to Only that to was Moro Happy More tranquil. I ble and Susan who with a smile made him the Only Novelty that he perceived in his a outer. A sentiments was his love for Susan Hondo j. Vincent towards Lijin seizing jigs Forth she was mixed up with All his j h , he could not Conte Plato life without bar 1. U f Here a cried he a a is the treasure i prom this of oiment of happiness introduced into �3c j you a g00j tra l0, which will give you the future modified ail the rest. The hop of t a Means of living comfortably and a Good amassing millions instead of being the principal was now Only Rino of the Means of happiness to considered it As an important addition but merely As an accessory to his Hopes lie determined then to Ascot Tail whether his love was returned. Wife who will Mako you Happy. Everything that you see hero has been earned by yourself Aud belongs to you. Never mind if i Havo deceived you you would not Aoe opt the happiness offered Quot to you. I served you As children Are served by nurses who rub the a a Laid that you Havo tasted it i Hope Jou will no Lougora Rouso it.�?�. To was walking Ono Day up and Down the Edge of lie cup which they reject with Honey Little Attio while Vincent and Liis Cousin \ or that you know what happiness is Quot it 1 were talking near the stove. They were speak a. Ing of the first master of Charles Ivhon after thirty years spent in honest labor had just sold his Book binding business that to mi-1- Retiro into the country with his old s Ifo a a there a r couple who Knoye How to Nike their. Paradise on Martli a said the old Soldier always of Oso Iping Ftp ways in Good humor always of wort Quot. A a ves a Repi Iod Susan feelingly a a tho Rich envy their Charles who was just in front a Ftp Young girl now stopped abruptly. Aud so you would wish your husband to Lovo you Susan who said looking at Hor earnestly boy joust s he Perl to the. People of Teri citizens a Tennessee assumed the form of a body politic As one of the United states of America in the year seventeen Huu dred and ninety six at onco entitled toll the privileges of tho Federal Constitution and bound by nil its obligations. For a Only sixty file years she continued in Trio i Iju Yip ent of her rights a and in the performance of All her duties Olio of the must loj Pil and a. T a a devoted of the sister Hope of states. a certainly of l mj1. Replied the Young Hon Rod by Trio Elov Tiou of tyo offer girl smiling and slightly colouring. Citizens to tho highest place in the get of the you can replied Charles eagerly p00pic, Aniha third had been Nom ? i lib re if ii it Ivan of Lccy Vail a a and if you Ivill you have Only Ono a what word Copsin a stammered Susan confusedly ,.Quot a a that Yop will consent Toho Vonjo my Wile 1 Repi Iod the Young Workman Jated for to same Gigli office Iyoho received Liberal though Insoft Potiye support. Iler population had rapidly and largely increased and their moral and material interests correspondingly advanced. Never was a Peu Plo Muro prosperous contented and Happy and is he observed the Surprise and Omo h 0 0 of Tennessee under the gov Tion of his oops he added with respectful i tj10 Jan ipod states and nope so tenderness a a a Quot a la Quot done to agitate yourself Susan i 1 i Little Hur deed for the support of thou Liori to by whirl they were a protected. They Folt a nil al Law in Ella Pinili Long wished to ask Yoh this question but 11 v p a Van moment Only tl10 c0u3u�0us 0lj�y- d. For a reason which is known to Ziyun a it t10 benefits it conferred and the Hies you set however Bluit i lot out my Bea a Waite i for a reason which i.3 known to Myun Ole. You see however that i let out my see a u Erin ent without distinction of party in iia Tio Nuj or past political opinions or umt9-witl let a counsel Anil cooperative Agency to accomplish this great end. I find must if not. All of the officers both state arid Federal vacated either by actual abandonment or by the action of the. Incumbents in. Attempting to subordinate their functions Toa Power in hostility to tho fundamental Law of the state and subversive of her National ally Gianco. These offices must be filled temporarily until tho state shall Fye restored so far to its accustomed quiet that Trio people can peacefully assemble at the ballot Box and select agents of their own Choice. Otherwise anarchy would prevail and no Man s life or property would to Sofo for Iii eth desperate and unprincipled. Ai Ehll therefore As As practicable far various under the state and county governments Froais among my fellow citizens persons of probity and intelligence and bearing True allegiance to tho Constitution and government of the United states who will execute tho functions of their respective offices until their places can to filled by the action of the people. Their authority when their appointments shall have been made a will be accordingly respected and observed. ,. To the people themselves tho Protection of the government is extended. Al hair rights will be duly respected and their wrongs redressed when made known. Those who through the dark and weary of the to hellion have maintained their allegiance to the Federal a pored. Tho erring pm did to Kneip \ and become necessary Ahe violated majesty of the Law and Iii lessening its Imperial Swaja to punish intelligent and conscious treason in High places no Meigle retaliatory or vindictive policy will be adopted. To those especially who in a private unofficial capacity have assumed an attitude of hostility to the government a full and Complete amnesty for All past acts and declarations is offered upon the one condition of their again yielding themselves peaceful citizens to the just supremacy of the Laws. This i advise them to do for their own Good mid for Trio peace and Vellaro of our Beloyed state endeared to to by tho associations of Long and Active years and by the enjoyment of her highest honors and appealing to my follow citizens of ton Ness Seo i Point them to my Long Public life us a pledge for tho sincerity of m r motives and an Carnot for the Corfu Rauco of my present and future . A Stoby for the Little Fulks. Little Carol was a Favorito in the Village. Ebal Lious Armod Force. Mon Riv loges and trim hold a an l his eyes were insist. Us condemned by a re. Liw 0�� a my a ii. Palij tender. I a to need inoiii., _. A Kiili sir Don mrra partly Arch on his countenance. I insu., a in no Ort wit i Siddon Ingra p at last he touched tho Yourk get i and o .t3 sup or w j Nush intr Hor gently towards Charles tit Udo for toe a a a a a a Anua a gome speak Thon puss a said to gaily so Einn Bolto Ariot a a Susan say one word Only Ono word 11 ac7urioffi0d to defer entreat a cried the Young Man who still ov�1�ons Ani to a copt their Guidane held tho hand of 1�?o3 ��us1u we you to i no a frs. Carried away by exit Mont or to for Voyrd Hus Baua t a. A she hid fact on Thrah Wylder of Charles and uttered an almost inarticulate a 1 Well Dono a a a cried Vincent slapping his knee a it was hard work to get that word out of her. Give in your hands my children and kiss to to night i Olavo you to your own conversation to Morrow to will speak of a tomorrow infect h, a aside announced to him t. Resist and Repol this p. Sary for their voyage was Complete in a a a military arms of the Goy ornament and thus Loho might Sot out for Spain As soon a re Oata Blish tho Federal Auto Onty. Co Gross feh Onset to Havo filled is from bling at a a arty Day found him Ca Uver Awod by arrayed Thom selves under Sheffi ?.thus organizing a treason Rible Power a bib for the. Time Heiwig stifled and suppressed to authority of the Federal Yovor moot. In this Condi Tibu of affairs it do Volvo upon the Prosi Dout bound by Bis official oath to or Sorvo protect arid Rotond tho Constitution and charged by the Law with the duty of sup rect Iori Rind Domestic Vio Lonco i rebellious Force by tho Aro every of Oriun. V a. Via in Mif but the him by his undo Charlea with a i this a nows Job Ion of lit i Trio Active is Barge of this Momen Sho had Brown hair and dark Oyes and Small As Sho was knew How to sing a nun her of pretty songs. She had no Sisters Orbry Thors and you May imagine How Dumdy she Quot be loved by her parents. Ti19 Little town where Thoy lived was about three Miles from the City. Thoy wore people who did not possess Muo h Money but their Coj Tago was Noat Anil its Whitewash cd sides Yero almost covered with Grapo vines. The great fault of Carol was that Sho had too much curiosity. I have frequently known Hor to Rosalvo that Sho would no task so Many unnecessary questions or keep prying into things that did not concern Hor. But Sho al. Ways forgot Hor Resolution. No afternoon her Mother and father made arrangements to Lido into the City to Tonko ten and spend tho ovo Ning with a gentleman and lady who Lead just returned from China. When Carol saw to Ieiri getting ready she asked if Sho could not go too. A not this Timo a her Mother replied. Thon Sho became very Mutoli troubled and began to weep As if Hor heart was broken. A now sit Down and lot to toll you Sotirio thing. I have invited Mary Weller to Home Over and stay Ynith you Whilo i am Gono. She will by hero by the time tho stage Calls to take a into Trio City. Yon arid Sho Aro very Good Friend you know and in the parlor you will find that i Lingo taken pains to arrange something for your Imp Dinoss. Trio to eontos.3�ar j through the Gat now. I know. They would to my second choir of. I would ask first of All for a pair of White pig-001 3. Huw often -1 have seen pigeons walking i Brit in tho street., and strutting on top tops of houses and going to sleep there i Brit i have never Seon them without wishing of a pair of Whito ones. Indeed a i have often asked a to bring me Honie,,but Bobas always told me that they Cost so Iii Iblis. Sol. Do not Liko to ask him any Moro because to is not is Rich As Many other people. Besides to has a do Tvorik Sinto tho War commenced. By the says he is perfectly willing to go. Wit Fri out work if to can Only conquer the enemies of our country. He May enlist yet to done to know. But of course i could not ask him of in . Now it a Alary Bajt of Yon Bra taste a. A a a i 1 y Rito so Many things a answered Mary. A Ubu t i believe i would take your second oho ico for my first. A you know i am very fond of drawing arid you have often seen my Little sketches. They Are rough but i Hope some Day to to Able to make Good landscape s arid portraits. You Havo a taste for drawing too Carol and i done to see what there is to hinder you from becoming a Good Painter when you get the girls talked about one thing and. Then another until the sign was almost Down. A you sit bore Mary a Sho said a and i will go to the pantry and got something to a now he careful,.Carol, done to touch the has Ket. If you do i will not eat anything you bring me. Your Mother is very kind to you and you ought not to disobey her.�?�. A Carol skipped a Ivy. Arid was soon in the pantry. A a by Quot a of key up to Trio Basic of to first even before getting something to cat a a a Bash 1 wish what noise is that a Carol asked herself. A shark 1 it is in tho Basket. But it is on the top shelf Anil i can to reach it. Yet if i got a chair May to i can Sec what it is Funking a noise. If i can look through the holes of tho Basket that wont he disturbing it.�?�. So Carol got a chair and stood upon but even then she was not tall enough to so what was under the Basket. A slip a Rouglin a Little Footstool and put that Oil it life then she climbed up Anil in just tall enough to Seo that something was moving under tho Basket. Int slip could not toll what it was. A a if raise it just a Little lean see Wlms it is. Nobody , and i cod not toll Mother.�?T. Hiiftle by Ift tuft Carol raised top a Basket to satisfy her curiosity but justas soon As she. Lift Dit sons to Sci Woll out flow two Beautiful Whito pigeons. It. Sho was Trig toned almost to death and Caino vory near falling. Tho pigeons flew against life Wirpio bottles and knocked three of four of them Over. One foil on Carol and Trio wine streamed nil Over her new silk dress. But this was not All. Tho i gowns got out of Trio pantry door is Quick is they Palil arid then Pine their Way through the window but of diffs Thoy were a a i need pot say Tomt neither of the girls had any Moro enjoy Ilont for Many hours. Carol cried until her eyes were Rod and poor Mary Felt it almost As Doorly As if she Hail Boot up fault herself. A after a Whilo or. And mrs. Flaxman Cama Homo. Carol rare to them Anil told them nil she bad done. Tho a were pleased to hear Hor confess her disobedience but were sorry to a find that she was not yet cured of her great fault Carol s Mother Thon said to her a you Eoo my dear child that disobedience brings it own punishment. It Hias destroyed your happiness Many a Tinie and your present of the two Whito doves which wore purchased at no Little Cost a a now gone. I was intending to give Julie a to you As soon As to returned Home Quot arid put to Zirini in Trio Cago. Which to bought in tho City this afternoon. Moro Mary Quot i Havo brought you a drawing Book and pencils and Somo very Good sketch of for to paying. I knew you were fond of painting arid i thought they would be of advantage to r Carol was cured of Hor curiosity though ill was to Iron years to Foreshoe received another pair of Whito i gowns. Slip los now grown up to to a woman hut to this Dndr i Early about what was under tho Yaskot ,

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