Page 1 of 10 Aug 1865 Issue of Carlisle American Volunteer in Carlisle, Pennsylvania

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 10 Aug 1865 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Carlisle American Volunteer.

Browse Carlisle American Volunteer
  • carlisle-american-volunteer page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • carlisle-american-volunteer page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • carlisle-american-volunteer page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • carlisle-american-volunteer page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 10 Aug 1865 Carlisle American Volunteer in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - August 10, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaVol. 1 rican Volunteer. Pushed event thursday Vornish by Joun b. Bratton. Teems he dollars if paid a within the land two dollars and fifty cents if not Panl Tieso terms will to rigidly and Carlisle pa., thursday August 10, 1865. No. 8.tho your. Fun uni Trallis pages Aro paid unless at nation of to editor mpa Muu us a will to inserted three cd or s us aim Doty five cents for curb onal his certion. Those of a greater length a go such As hand Bills posting Bdl la Istria pm clans labels a. Exocet of with Bald y a d air the shortest notice no subscription discs Are paid unless at a a Occum panic a talc an and a Intrain coding Ono b Faro will to in or in 52.00, and Twenty five cents vie be All our Angel Side a "3p p r not of to bettor part lid of that lies in human kind of Light still Hickory Ali open tho darkest mind. Rucando with his club of War or Sage so mild and Good linked in firm eternal Bonds a of common brotherhood. A pair not of despair not then or though this world so wide nature is so Demon like it Thoro s an Angol rough stones from out tho mine unsightly and unfair voids of purest Metal hid beneath the surface there Ocks so Bare but to their Heights Somo tiny Moss Plaut clings id round the be aka to Dos Olato the sea Bird sits and sings ii be me too that rugged souls beneath their rudeness hide a Uch that is Beautiful and Good Ayou to All our Augel Side. All Thoro is an inner depth far off secret Way Here through the windows of the soul cult gtd sends his smiling Ray i every a Rutan heart Thoro is a faithful sounding chord hot May by struck unknown to us in ii some Sweet Loving word Iho wayward How it in vain May try in softer thoughts to hide Oino tone reveals at hath an Angol Side up ipod and Low and trodden Down. Dark with tho Shade of sin of Mph Crug not those Halo lights which god hath lit within Ping about in utmost night in Oor prism told souls there Aro to guess not what life a a caning is nor dream of Rayon afar. A a i that Somo gentle hand of love5 up stumbling stops would Guido show Thorn that amidst it Alla 1 Luo Bias its Angel Side. And moan and dark enough god knows Somo natures Are. To compassionate comes Neara and shall to stand afar p oof Oil will not grow less i shared with Hearty hand words of peace and looks of Lovo a a a a or few natures can withstand Limo e is the nighty conqueror l o s tho bout tools Guido l the Hor beaming oyo can Seo re to to All our Angol Side a a a a us 3teellanp0u��. Vol rating und ii difficulties. K tie Blake was the Only daughter of a Sot it Blake tho old miser of West Brook. Wibbo was More than commonly pretty and t Frank engaging manners enhanced the rms of Rolden hair Pearly skin and eyes l�t0 the Blue skies of summer. At her Fath a its death she would be heiress to the Nice tie sum of seventy thousand dolt is and Nugh men generally profess riot to be in by pecuniary matters in affairs of a la to it is to be reasonably supposed that this Asp Active wealth by no Means lessened the a Riam Jer of her among the sri m Ost ardent and perhaps Hist sincere was will Dartmouth with a Oart larger than his purse and very Little bought or care for consequences. Fortunately old Jacob never suspected the partiality of his daughter for will he would it t her in bread and water before he would Evo consented to the slightest degree of in. A Nicy with will Dartmouth i j c h Blake was not in favor of marriage. who knew his circumstances wore not amp cd at this fur to use a phrase Intro exp e be than elegant mrs. Bloke was Ai la be with temper enough for two Tartera. A old Jacob bail to a walk Spanish for the a Hbl in nost part or Buffer the consequences which 3 a it All descended on Liis Bead in tho shape of y Domestic utensil which happened to a blk g around Handy. V Maiden sister of or. Bloke resided in a jew the family whose principal business seemed to to act a sort of Echo to Hor brother and his Wilo whatever they thought she Katie put out. The Light and darting into an adjacent bedroom in a moment was apparently asleep. Peggy a voice was Hoard speaking solely in the entry. ,. A to careful or. Pike. There a a Loose Board there. I done to Wnuk to to disturb my Niece. Softly it May a Peggy dear where Aro you responded Trio squealing voice of Esquire Pike tho widower of a year. A x can to Tell which Way you be gone. A there dairies be easy. Good heavens 1 Daniel Pike. Well i never 1�?T and a report Hurst of tho air like uncorking Acha Pugue my 1�?T cried aunt Peggy a what would brother Jacob say ? i declare i Haiut been kissed by a Man sense. A let Jake mind Quot his own business retorted the Squire. 1 you and i can take care of ours without his help and there followed a a report similar to the first Only More of it. A do be quiet Daniel and let me got a Light. Set right Down there Afore the fire and make yourself to Home a Light was soon procured Peggy divested herself of her wrappings and blushing like a girl a her teens sat Down opposite tho Squire a. A it s a Fine evening stud Peggy by Way of opening tho conversation. A very replied the Squire drawing his chair close to hers and laying his Arm Over the Back. Of Good gracious i Daniel Don t Sot quite so nigh to to. In that is i done to consider it strictly prosperous. Mercy 1 what was that both listened attentively. A it was the wind rattling the window l guess said the Squire. A Don t you go to getting so , Peggy. A i thought it was Katie walking up. And f she should i Neyer should hear tho last of it a hark 1 Thero is a noise i a Gracieua Airth 1 its Bells. Its Jake and marm coming Hack what shall i do a were donor for of Squire taint right for us to to nothing to one Tother ? do help to .1 what shall i do Tell to where to go Peggy 1 say the word. Ill go anywhere for your Sake if its up tho Chimney 1 a under tho lounge Quick its wide and will hold you Well eur ugly. Quick 1 done to delay a minute 1�?T the Squire obeyed but the 6paco was already so Well filled Ali at it was with difficulty he could squeeze himself into so Small a Cou pass. And just As he had succeeded or. Blake and Iii wife entered the room floundering along in the dark for Peggy had deemed it Host to extinguish the Light. Jake made for tho fire which still glowed red with coils stumbled Over a Cricket and fell headlong against Peggy who was standing Holt upright trying to collect Hor scattered senses. A a. A the Deuce cried Jake. A look out there old woman or you la to Down Over me. It�?T8 dark As a pocket Here and in be fell Over the Roe Kinchee or the churn i can to Tell which a Pullol what a that a reaching out his hand to feel Liis situation and coming in. Co tact with tho boarded face of a by George its got whiskers Peg Peg where Are you and whereas Kate and this v the Squire did not relish tho assault made on his hirsute appendages and by Way of retaliation to gave a series of vigorous kicks which hit will Dartmouth in the Region of the stomach and stirred his bile. A look Here old Chap a exclaimed he in a perfectly willing to share my quarters with you been As we re both in for it but you a better not undertake to play that again. A Leavings a ejaculated Peggy a whose voice is that a t who in the Deuce is Here that s what 1 want to know a cried Jake struggling for an upright position. Dilullo 1 who a fell Down Over my legs v ill let you know who s Down and. Who s up 1�?T said the voice of mrs. Blake and the old indy scrambled up Only to go instantly Down again Over a chair. A Jake where Are you git up this instant Aud git a Light t11 shake your breath out when i get my meet agin Jake started to obey and just then Tige tho watch dog who hearing the uproar had managed to break Loose from his Chain pushed upon the scene and set up his Best pow tho squirt had a mortal horror of dogs and neither fear nor love was Strong enough to keep him quiescent now to sprang to his fee with Aycel will followed. Katie full of alarm for Hor Lover hopped out of bed and appeared with a flaming tallow dip. Peggy Flung her arms around tho Squires neck with a cry of terror and Jake was silent with amazement. Mrs. Bleke was the Only one who possessed her wits. She seized the Corn l rethought too. Sim regarded it As a primary sin for Katie to associate with the Young men and this doctrine was Pei covering by drilled into her Mone who though Sho never dissented had her own ideas on the subject. One Day or. his wife went to Dedham to attend a fair and Mies Peggy beg absent it a friends Katie was left alone. Will Dartmouth in Somo Way Learned the condition of affairs and Early in tho afternoon he came Over to keep Katie company. As her parents were not expected Home until the next Day. And Peggy not until late i troche evening will Felt perfectly secure in stopping awhile after a upper and he and Kalio were having a Jolly time popping Corn in the old fashioned frying Over the huge Wood fire when there was the sound of voices at the door. T. A Good gracious 1 cried Katie turning White with alarm a that is aunt of. Wil what Quot shall to do ? she will scold to to death and father will be furious. Get under the lounge Quick i of will do for my Rake 1�?�, ,.will could not understand the pleading in Katie a Eye. And he deposited himself a the a a Floc Pepper and Laid about her with vigor. Her aim was not always Correct. And in consequence she smashed tho looking Glass into a thousand fragments and knocked Down tho clock from it shelf and demolished two howls and a Pitcher that were quietly reposing on the mantel. A Atho squirt broke from Peggy a embrace and dashed out of the window. Will followed him and mrs. Blake would have pursued by the same outlet but Slie was a Little tour Largo to get through with Easo a dreaded Council was Holden Jake stormed mrs. Blake threatened and at last both Peggy and Kontio confessed. Aud Jake Liis wife were so rejoiced at tho Prospect of getting rid of Peggy that they forgave their daughter and took will Dartmouth Home at tho end of the year. And in duo time Peggy and the Squire were made one flesh. To Ltd Story of the Jasmine. There is not a Plant or Flower says a Graceful writer upon Flowers in the but Lias a history and when this known it becomes doubly interesting. For instance the Jasmine. Cowper says a a tho Jasmine throwing wide Hor olo Gant sweets tho tech dark Green of whose varnished Leaf Makos Intro conspicuous Ami illumines mor6 tho Bright profusion of Hor scattered the Jasmine seems As though it had been created to express tho Quality of amiability. Wien first introduced into Franco by in tic Spanish navigators about tho year 1500, it was greatly admired for the lightness of its brandies and tho delicate Lustre of its Star like Flowers. It was deemed necessary to Placo a Plant so elegant am apparently ten tender in the hot House anon it was tried in tho orangery whore it grew marvellously Well and at length it was exposed in the open ground where it now grows As freely As in its native soil. A. # the flexible bran Olios of this odoriferous Shrub May be trained according to our pleasure it will climb and weave itself around our Trell Flod Arches and cover dead Walls with an Evergreen tapestry. It can be trained in any form and it lavishes upon us an abundant Harvest of Flowers of the most delightful perfume. Thon How be Tenor Whon in your favorite room Galos from your Jasmine sooth tho evening Bloom. This Beautiful Plant grew in Hampton court Garden at the Ond of the seventeenth Century but being lost there was known Only in Europe in the Garden of tho Gryd Duke of Tuscany at Pisa from a jealous and selfish anxiety that to should continue to to. The sole possessor of a Plant so charming and so rare he strictly charged his Gardener not to give a single sprig or Eveo a Flower to any person. The Gardener might have been faithful if he had not loved but being attached to a fair though portion less Damsel he presented her with Quot a Boquet on her Quot birthday and in order to Mako it More acceptable ornamented it with a sprig of Jasmine. The Young Maiden to preserve the freshness of Liis pretty stranger placed it in the Earth whore it remained Green until the return of Spring when it budded Forth and was covered with Flowers. She had profited by her lovers lesson and now cultivated her highly prize Jasmine with care for which she was amply repaid by its rapid the poverty of tho lovers had been a bar to their Union. Now however by tho Sale of cutting9 from tho Plant which love had Given her she amassed a Little Fortune which she bestowed wit i her hand upon tho Gardener of her heart. A the Young girls of Tuscany in veme her Ance of this adventure always deck themselves on their wedding Day with a Boquet of Jasmine and they have a proverb that a a she who is worthy to Wear a nosegay of Jasmine is As Good As a Fortune to her ought we not then to cultivate More generally hat Lovo first scattered abroad for Cotton observes How numerous Are the purposes to which it May to applied a a How jasmine3 spreads tho Silver floor to Dock tho Wall or a Avo tho _ Carrington one of natures poets makes it exp Restivo of sympathy it tho Jasmine droops above tho Hon Rod Doad a Arete sub wards account of Nis court Suli a a a a twas a Carm still night in All Natur was hush and nary Meffor disturbed the screen silent. I 60t with Betsy Jhno on tho sense of her fathers pastur. Wed been romping throw the Woods Kullins Flowers and driving the woodchuck from his native Lair so to speak with Long Wall we Sot. Thar on the sense a swinging our foot two and fro blushing As red As tho Bald Naville Stool House when it was first painted and looking very simple i make no doubt. My left Arm was Ock pied in Bailan sin myself on the sense while my rite was wounded lovingly round her waste. I cleared my Throat and tremble Only sed a Betsy your of a Gazelle i thought that air was Putty Fine. It evidently did no to fetch her for she up Aud said a your of a sheep in see i a Betsy i think very Muchley of you a i Don t by Leovao a word you say a to there now cum 1�?T with which observation brio hitched away from to. A a i wish there was Winders to my Solo sed i a so that you could Bee Somo of my feeling. There a fire snuff in hero sed i striking my Buzzo with my fist to bile All the Corn beef and turnips in the Nabe Rhood she bowed her head Down and comments Cha win the strings of her Sun Bonnet. A aha could you know the sleep Lis Nitos i worry throw on your account How vittles has seized to be an attraction to me and How my limbs has shrunk up you Down me. Gaso on this wasting form and these a Ere sunken Cheeks a i should have Contin ered on in this Strane problys for some time but i a in fort itly lost my Mallunee and fell Over into the pastur kor smash tearing my close and severely Damn in myself generally. Betsy Jane sprang to my assistance in double Quick time and dragged me 4th. Thon drawing herself up to her full Hite she Sedy a i wont listen to your no cents no longer. Job say rite Strate out what you re driving at. If Vuu mean get Tiu hitched in a in i considered that air snuff for All practical purposes and proceeded Imp fitly to the Parsons and was made 1 that very night. Make you Mark. In tho quarries should you toil Maleo your Mark do you Dilvo upon to soil Mako your Mark j in Hatoor path you go j in what Vor Plano you stand moving Swift or moving Sloy a a Ivity a firm and honest hand Mako your Mark a i should opponents Hodge Yosay Way make your Mark a work by night or work by Day Mako your Mark struggle manfully and Woll let no Obs aclus oppose none right shielded Ever fell a by tho weapons of his Foost a make your Mark a fiut though Jbv in a peasants Sou Maki your Murk. Good by poor men can be done make your Murk peasants garbs my warm tho cold Poa Sohtz swords May Culm a fear hotter Lar than hour Ling Gold is tho a tear make your Mark. A a life is hooting As a Mako your Murk Marks of some kind must be made make your Mark make it Whilo tha Anil is Strong in the Golden hour of youth never Novor make it wrong make it with the stamp of truth make your Mark. A a a us onto a Stull i of st. Mark s eve. Iii Iii hath a moral . I1y Thomas Good. St murky Sdiey is a 1 Estiva which has Beau us Survey on the 25tb of april in Catholic countries from Tima immemorial. The superstition ulu tiled to in the following Story was formerly pretty generally believed and vigils at tho Church porch at Midnight wore common. A a Hope it la choke the cell said. Master Giles the Yeoman and. Asho said it he banged his big red list on the old Oak table Quot. A a do say x Hope it la choke the cell the Dame Mado no reply. Sho was choking with passion and a lowly Sliver which was tiie cause of tho Dispoto. Much Lias been said and Sung cd Neering tho advantage of congenial tastes amongst married people but the quarrels of this Ivan tue couple arose Frum too great coincidence in their they were of a Little delicacy in question but the Damn had managed to secure tho morsel to herself. This was sufi a Point of of the members of tho House of tho legislature of now York rejoiced in the name of he had the Honor of representing tho county of Monroe and if his Sugao Ity us a legislator did not win for him to respect of his associates his eccentricities often ministered to their entertainment. One Day in tho midst of a Windy Harrangue that had become intolerable for its length and emptiness a a Gassy member from tho Metropolis st ipod. To take a drink of water. Bloss sprang to his feet and cried a or. Speaker. I Call the gentleman from new York too Dor _ the whole Assembly was startled and stilled the member from now York _ stood aghast with the Glass in his hand while tho speaker said _ a tho gentleman from Monroe will please state his Point of _ to which or. Bloss with great Gravity replied a i submit sir that it is not in Ordor for a Windmill to go by it was a shot beyond wind and water Trio. Verbose orator was confounded and put him to fid Alaee Down together an. A Quentio was onco in the company of Madame de Stan and another eminent French lady whose name to do not ret number. A you say charming things of us a said Madame de Stool to him which do you like Best a. The Willy statesman artfully replied that he Wab delighted with Alt i but you prefer Ono of us a continued Ilu Dumo do steel a suppose to were both drowning in the Seino to night which of us would you help first a a i would extend my right hand to Madam de Suel and my left Haud to Maduro Yon der a yes but suppose Only one of us could be saved which would Yon attempt to Ros co a. Tallow Randy a diplomacy was pushed to its severest test but not a Whit Dis composed he turned to Madame de sit and replied a Madam you who know most things doubtless know How to two old limn picked up a half Dollar in the Street. A old Man that a mine a said a keen looking Rascal a to hand it a did thine have a Hole ?�?T asked the old Man. A yes a replied tho other smartly. Then it is not thine a mildly replied the old Man a thoth must learn to to a Little sharper next time my ic7&Quot a Ike a said mrs. Partington a How do they find out the diff Renoo Between the Earth and tho Sun a a of a Suid the Young Hope Ful a they calculate a Quarter of the distance and then multiply by Lieut to cause a storm of High words which properly understood signifies very Low Lau Migd. A _ their Neal times Seldom passed Over without some concoction of this sort. As sure As tho knives and Forks clashed so did they being in fact equally greedy and disagreed and when they did pick a quarrel it to the hone. It was reported that on Somo occasions they had nut even contented them Elvis with hard speeches but had come to self Hing pm taking to boxing Aud she to pinching thl5ugh in a far less amicable manner than a is practice by tho taker of snuff. On the present difference however they were satisfied with a wishing each other dead with All their hearts a and there seemed Little doubt of the sincerity of their aspiration on looking at their malignant faces for they Mado a i Merible picture in this Frame of mind. Now it happened Tiit this quarrel took place of the morning of st. Mark a Saint who was. Supposed of that festival to favor his votaries with a Peep into tho Hook of Fate. A or it was the popular belief in those Days that if a person should keep watch at Midnight beside the Church tho apparitions of All those Whu were to he taken by death to Loro tho next anniversary would he soon entering the porch. The Yeoman like his neighbors believed most devoutly in this superstition and in Trio very moment that to breathed the unseemly aspirations afm Esaid it occurred to him that the eve was at hand when by observing the rite of st. Mark he might know to a certainty whether this in. Christian wish was to be done of those that boar fruit. Accordingly Little before Midnight he stole quietly out of the House and set Forth on his Way to the. Church. In the moan time the Dame called to mind tho same ceremonial and having tho like motive Lor curiosity with her husband she also put on her cloak and Calash and set out though by a different path us the Samo errand. A _ the night of tho Saint was As dark an chill As the mysteries Hen its supposed to reveal the Muon throwing but occasional glance As sullen masses of Cloud wore driven from her face. Thus it fell out that our two adventurers were quite unconscious of being in company till a sudden glimpse of Moonlight showed them to each other Only a few Yards apart. Both through a natural panic became Pale As ghosts and both made eagerly toward tho Church porch. Much As Thoy had wished fur this vision they could not help quaking and stepping on tho spot As if turned to stones and in this position the dark again threw a sudden curtain Over them and they disappeared from each other. Tho two came to one conclusion each conceived Triau st. Mark had incur cd the other to himself. With this comfortable knowledge tho widow and widower elect hied Homo again by the roads they came and As their custom was to sit apart after a quarrel they repaired to separate ohm Bers each ignorant of tho others odours Ion. By and by being called to supper instead of sulking As aforetime they came Down together each being secretly in the Best humor though of the worst. Amongst other things 011 tho table Thero was a calf a sweetbreads being Ono of those cry dainties that had Ofton set them together by the ears. The Dame looked and longed hut she refrained from its appropriation thinking within herself that she could give up sweetbreads for one year and the funner Mado a similar reflection. After pushing the dish to and fro several Timos by a common impulse they divided the treat and then having supped they retired amicably to rest whereas until Thon they Hud Seldom gone to Bod without falling out. Tho truth was each looked upon tho other As being already in the our Elyard. On tho Morrow which happened to be the besides bub just roused himself out of n dream strictly confirmatory of tho late Vigil he did not scruple to Salute his wife Aud wish her Many Happy returns of tho Day. Tho wife who knew much As he very readily wished him tho same having in truth but just rubbed out of her eyes tho pattern of a widows Bonnet that had been submitted to her in her sleep. Sho took Good Caro however at dinner to give tho fowls liver to tho doomed Man considering that Whon to was dead and gone Sho could have them if Sho pleased seven Days in tho week and tho Farmer on his part took care to help Hor to Many titbits. Their feeling towards each other was that of an impatient Host with regard to an unwelcome guest showing scarcely a Bare civility while in expectation of Liis stay but overloading him with hospitality when Mado certain of his departure. In this manner they went on Somo six months without any addition of love Between them and As much selfishness As Ever yet living in a subservience to tho comforts of each other sometimes not to be found even amongst couples of sincere a affections. There wore As Many causes for quarrel As Ever but every Day it became less Worth while to quarrel so letting bygones be bygones they wore indifferent to the present and thought Only of tho future considering each other to use a common phrase a As Good As dead ten months wore Awny and the Farmers birth any arrived in ils turn. The Dame who had passed an uncomfortable night haying dreamed in truth that she did not much like herself in mourning saluted him As soon As tho Day dawned and with a sigh wished him Many years to come. Tho Fanner repaid her in kind tho sigh included Liis own vision having been of tho painful port for he dreamed of having tho headache from wearing a Black hat band and the malady still Clung to him Wii cd awake. The whole morning was spent in silent meditation and melancholy on both sides and when dinner came although tho most favorite dishes were on the table they could not eat. The Farmer renting his elbows upon the Board with his face Between his hands gazing wistfully it his wife. The Dame leaning Back in Hor High Arm chair regarded tho Yeoman quite As ruefully. Their minds travelling in the same direction and at an equal rate arrived together at tho same reflection but tho Farmer was tho first to give it utterance a theol a be missed Dame if Alico were to die a the Dame started. Although she had nothing but death at that moment before her Oyes she was far from dreaming of her own exit. He covering. However from the Shock her thoughts flowed in their old Chauvel Aud she rejoined in the same spirit i wish master thee May live As Long Asir. The Farmer indies own mind wished to live rather longer for at the utmost Henson Siil ered that Liis wife a Bill of mortality had but two months to run tho calculation i made him sorrowful during the last few months she had consulted his appetite bout to his humor and conformed her own inclinations to his in a manner that could Nover a supplied. Iii wife from being at first useful to him had become agreeable and at last dear and Asho contemplated her approaching Fate he could not help thinking audibly a that to should be a lonesome Man when she was gone the Dame this time Hoard the survivor ship fore boded without starting but she marvelled much at what she thought tho infatuation of a doomed in in. So perfect was tier Faith 111 the infallibility of st. Mark that she bad even seen mortal do Soave As palpable As plague spots on the devoted Yoonlin. Giving his body up therefore for lost a Strong sense of duty persuaded her that it was imperative upon her As a Christian to warn the Farmer of his dissolution. Accordingly with a solemnity adapted to tho subject a tenderness of recent growth and a memento mom face she broached the matter 111 tho following question a a a master How Bce st thee a a As Hearty As a Buck Dame and i wish thee the like a a dead silence ensued the Farmer was As unprepared As Over. Thero is a great fancy for breaking the truth by dropping it gently an Experiment that was never answered any More than with Iron Stone China. The Dame Felt this and thinking it better to throw the news at her husband at once Sho told him in As Many words that to was a dead Man. It was now tho Yentai a turn to to Stag cred by a parallel course of reasoning he had wrought himself up to a similar disclosure the Dames death warrant was just ready upon his Tongue when be met with Liis own dispatch signed scaled and Deli. Cred. Conscience instantly pointed out the Oracle from which Rico had derived the Omen. A thee Hast watched Dame at Iho porch then v the old cider Mill and the thief. The following is an extract from a a country margins a a series of articles which appear from time to time in to a a Azumny state ko-gister.�?�. However lot us pause Over it and take it Down slowly As tho the pippins in tho Orchard. # there Are memories that come clustering about these a a boys a these a pippins a and tho a a do you remember tho old cider Mill Friend margins Ami the old horse As lie travelled round round moving with a slow and dignified tread a a hitched a to the Long lever that turned the wooden Mill that crushed the apples into Puinice do you remember the great a a cheese in its Bandage of Straw beneath tho press and How when the great screws were turned in the massive Gallows Shu cd Frame tho Rich juice of the apples came gushing out and the Groat tub placed to receive it do you remember How Straw the urchins As Thev came along on their Way from school filled themselves with Sweet cider from the Bung of the barrel ? do you remember How in the Long Winter nights you sat around the fire place wherein logs Wero blazing and How the Pitcher of cider and the Platter it doughnuts were placed on the old Cherry table that sat out in the Middle of the Kitchen Anil How you helped yourself to Thor cider and the doughnuts pud How Happy each one wus As lie sat with his Pewter Mug of cider in one hand and doughnut in Trio other before that old fashioned Kitchen fire place those Wero pleasant times. But they Are memories now. And then the Apple pairings or a a bees a As they were called when the Young men and Maidens Cutno together to pare apples and talk and laugh and play old fashioned plays and say soft things to one another Aud cat pumpkin pies and to Lippy after tho fashion of the country people when you and i wore Young. Primitive times those wore Friend a Ai Argins and our proud daughters and City Dames would turn up their noses hugely Wero they to be present at an old fashioned Apple Bee such As they used to have out in old Steuben when the country was new and were primitive. Two remember when we were Young there was a favorite tree in our lathers Orchard which Boro Choice Winter apples. It was called the big tree because it was to largest a in the Orchard. The fruit of this tree was always left until the last and was gathered with great care. Thero was a wort Liless fellow living in the neighbourhood who Ohio year coveted a portion of tho fruit on tho a big tree a and was not deterred from its acquisition by tho divine commandment Dhoti not steal a a Quantity of the Noplos disappeared Ono night and the tracks of whoever stole them had a Strong resemblance to those made by tho heedless boots of our Dis honest neighbor. There wore two inseparable friends on the old Homestead in those curly Days tho Ono a a a coloured gentleman a by the name of shadrach who came to our fathers Possession in payment for a debt and who ran away regularly two or three times a year and then As regularly ran Back again just As his master began to indulge the Hope that he had got rid of him for Good. Tho other was a great dog half mastiff and half Bull of a Noble presence and fearless courage. A a drive a and a a shadrach a were inseparable. Their worked and played together slept together in tho same loft and shadrach Nover ate a meal while tho dog lived it least at Home without sharing it with his canine Friend. Lie would talk with a drive for hours when they were alone and although to did no to say much himself yet a a shadrach a said a Good Many things and Laid Down and argued out a great Many queer propositions against which a a drive uttered not a word of dissent. One Chipy night in october shadrach and drive had been out Lorig the Cornfields on in unsuccessful Coon he uhf in their return the dog dashed off through the Orchard and in a minute or two commenced Barking Ami Shad rach of course supposed he had treed a Coon on Ono of tho fruit Trees. Now shadrach bad an abiding Faith in spiritual manifestations and stood in mortal fear of the gentleman in again or anything else from our father Whilo a a drive and old a a shadrach a remained on tho farm. The highwayman a tho years 1750 and 1700, a scottish lawyer of Eminence made a journey to London. Al that period such journeys wore usually Dor formed on horseback and the traveller might either ride Post or if willing to travel economically he bought a horse and sold him at the end of tho journey. Tho gentleman above alluded to who was a Good horses As Well As an excellent horseman a had. Chosen tho latter Modo of travelling Aud had sold tho Steed on which he Rodo from Scotland As soon As in London. With a View to his return he went to Smithfield to Purchase a horse. At dusk a handsome Ono was offered to. Him at so cheap Arate that a was led to suspect that tho animal was unsound bus As he could discover 110 blemish he became tho purchaser. Next morning he set out on his Liis Hort o had excellent paces and tho first few Miles Road was Well frequented our traveller spent in congratulating himself on Liis Good Fortune in having Mude so Good a bargain. On Finchley common and at a place whore tho Road ran Down a slight descent and Upa similar ascent tho traveller Mot a Clergyman driving a Ono horse chaise. There was nobody in sight and the horse by his manoeuvre plainly intimated what Hud been tho profession of Liis former owner. Instead of passing tie chaise to ran close up to it and stopped it having no doubt that its rider would embrace so fair an Opportunity of exercising his vocation. Tho Clergyman never doubted the identity of tho equestrian produced his purse unasked and assured the astonished lawyer that it was quite unnecessary to draw his pistol Asho did not intend to offer any resistance. Tho traveller rallied his Steed and with Many apologies to the gentleman he Hud so innocently and unwittingly affrighted pursued his journey. The horse next Mado tho same auspicious approach to a coach from the window of which was levelled a Blunderbuss with denunciations of death and destruction to tho rider though sackless As i10 used to express it of All offence in word or deed. In Short after Bis life bad been once or twice endangered by tho suspicions to which the singular conduct of Liis horse gave Rise and having Liis Liberty As often threatened by peace officers who Wero disposed to apprehend him As a notorious robber and Highway Mau who bad formerly Ridden him lie found himself obliged to part with the inauspicious animal foe a Mero trifle Aud to Purchase at a dear rate Ono less Slio iry and of inferior action but of better moral habits. Tiie a a merry times of Czurles tub Henry vane who bad furnished tho evidence against Straf Fohl and was 011a of the most staunch of the republicans wa9 also tried found guilty and ordered for execution Quot when he came upon tho scaffold on Tower Hall after conducting his own defence with great Power his notes of what he had meant to say to tho people Scio Toro away from him and tho Drums and trumpets were ordered to sound lustily and drown Uia voice for the people Hud been to much impressed by what tho regicide had calmly said with their last breath that it was tho custom now to have the Drums and trumpets always under the scaffold Rendy to strike up. Vano said no More than tins a a it is a bad cause which cannot boar tho words of a dying Man a and bravely died. These merry scones Wero succeeded by another perhaps even merrier. On tho anniversary of the late Kings death tho bodies of Oliver Cromwell Ireton and Bradshaw wore torn out of their Graves in a Westminster Abbey dragged to Tyburn hanged there on a Gallows All Day Long and then imagine the head of Oliver Cromwell set upon a pole to to stared at by a brutal crowd not one of whom would have dared to look tho living Oliver in the face for half a moment i think after you have Road this reign what England was under Oliver Cromwell who was torn out of his grave and under this by ask Quot manner of spook in general. Merry Monarch who sold it like a merry jul up no arriving at the a a big tree a by the foot a Las. Over and Over again. Damn a birthday Trio Lanier was tho first to a j a a a a Wake Ond knowing what he Ncnew and Baving. Melee teaching him to read and Friday a and Theo didst see me spirituous by ? a in tho Brown wrap with to Boot Hose. Thee were coining to the Church by fair Thorn Gap in the while i Wero coming by the Holly for a minute the Farmer paused lint tie next he Hurst into a fit of Uticone Romaule laughter peal after peal each louder than the last. The poor woman had hut Ono explanation for this Piten nne Uon. Site thought it a delirium a lightening before death and was beginning to ring her hands and lament when she was cheeked by the merry Yeoman a Dame thee Bce st a fool. It was i myself Theo seed at tho Church porch. 1 seed Theo too with a notice to quit upon thy face let thanks to god Theo Beor st a living and that is More than i caved to say of thee this Day ten month 1�?T the Dame made no answer. Iler heart was too full to speak but throwing Hor arms round her husband Sao showed that Sho stated in his sentiment. And from that hour by Pirn Tising a careful bust nonce from offence or of its appearance they Bec Atno the most United couple in tho county. But it must to said that their Comfort was not Complete till they had seen each other in safety Over the perilous anniversary of st. Marks eve. A Noble scene recently took place at a Paris wedding in Vich the refining info Zeneri of Lovo and free Chi politeness combined to Mako a very charming picture. The bridegroom an honest and industrious Locksmith was uneducated and Whon called on to join tho Register marked a Cross. _ who Bride on the contrary although belonging to a poor family Hail received an excellent Odu cation. Nevertheless when the pen was add to her Sho signed a Cross. The bridesmaid a former school follow of tho Bride having expressed Quot Ner astonishment the Young wife replied a a would you have to humiliate my husband ? to Morrow i will com i a atm a a Mach in up. Of which drive sat and looking up among a the branches he saw there in the darkness a great Black a beet with something which seemed like a winding Sheet in its baud. Shadrach a hair began to unfurl is to looked and hallo oing a seek him to drive broke like a Quarter nag for the House lie bolted breathlessly into the Kitchen exclaiming a a Massa Vinassa drive got do Dobalo in de big Apple tree a # a a what is that you woolly rated Rhinoceros a replied his master. A a drive got tho Dibble treed on tho big Apple tree a repeated tho negro. A Torch was lighted and upon going into tho Orchard there sat our Thi Evish neighbor among tho branches with a hag half filled with the coveted fruit. Our lather said not a word to him but after giving certain directions returned quietly to the House. Old shadrach Laid his jacket Down at the roots of the apply tree Ami ordering drive to watch it said to the occupant of the tree # a look Cha you Brack Tief you Como Down and drive eat you Bond off Sartain. Ugly dog Dat Bat a White Tiff up Liko n Coon us to. Llo Osc up dare Liko Turkey. Yah Yah a. Shadrach wont to his loft and Laid himself quietly away. When the Day broke there was the thief in the tree and Thoro was drive watching him. When the Sun arose they were there. The negro gave drive his breakfast and left him us jacket Ami the Man in the tree to watch. Our father and the boys of whom we were Ono went to husking Corn in the Orchard. Ton of clock came and there was the dog at the roots and the Man perched among the branches of the a a big a Polo the Horn sounded for dinner and when we returned the two were there still. Tho thief called beseeching by to our father to allow him to come Down. A Well a was the reply a Why done to you come Down a a this infernal dog will eat to up if i do a said tho thief. A a yer Likely a was the Calm rejoinder and we went on husking the Corn. Onco or twice tho occupant of the Apple tree after coaxing and flattering tho dug attempted to descend but Drivers Ivory warned him of his peril and to went Back to his Perch. There never was another human being in such cos Takiea All the Day a was that negro. Yah Yah he would break out in uncontrollable Chaehi nation and then Roll and Hall i nod Yah Yah i among tho Cornstalk until you could hear him a mile. The. Sun went Down behind the lulls and there was still the thief and the dog. To All went in to supper and in tho Twilight of the evening in pity to the famished and frightened culprit the dog was withdrawn and he Wab permitted to Slink away Home. He never stole apples of course tho remains of Oliver Swift and daughter were not to to spared either though they had been most excellent women. The base clergy of that time Guvo up their bodies which were buried in tho Abbey and to tho eternal disgrace of England a they were thrown into a pit together with the Moulder a hones of pm and of Trio Brave and bold old Admiral s a a child s history of Tiow Gold lace is lace is not Gold lace. It does not deserve this title for the Gold is applied As a Surfnee to Silver. It is not even Silver lace for the Silver is applied to a foundation of silk. Therefore when we Are admiring tho glittering splendor of Gold lace we should if a a Honor to Given where Honor is due remember that it is a silk lace with a Silver Gilt the Silken threads for making this material Are wound round with Gold wire so thickly As to conceal tho silk and tho making of this Gold wire is Ono of the most singular mechanical operations a imaginable in the first Placo tho refiner prepares a solid Rod of Sil Vor about no Inch in thickness. Lie heats this Rod applies upon tho surface a coating of Gold Leaf furnishes this Down and so on until tho Gold is about one Hundredth part the thickness of Silver. Then the to l is subject of to a train of processes which brings it Down to the site of Fine wire it is passed through holes in a steel plate lessening Stop by step in diameter. Trio Gold never deserts tho Silver but adheres closely to it and shares in All its mutations it was Ono Hundredth part the thickness of tho Silver at the beginning Aud it maintains the sumo ratio to tho end. C7 a boys said Uncle Petor As lie examined tho Points of the beast i done to see but one reason Why that Mure can to Trot her mile in three minutes they gathered Aro Zutl to Hoar his oracular opinion Aud Ono inquired a what is it a a Why to replied tho distance is too great for so Short a Timo / cc7 an old gentleman accused Bis servant of having stolen his stick. Tho Man protested his perfect in Nocenzo. A Why rejoined his master tho stick could never have walked off with itself a certainly not air unless it was a walking stick hit Quot a danish writer Speaks of a but so apis Oracle that it did not know which Way to fall and to kept standing. This is like the Man that had Buch a complication of diseases that he did not know what to die of and so lived on. It is quite evident to the humblest intellect that the favorite Singer of Petrulla would to Grisi

Search All Newspapers in Carlisle, Pennsylvania

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Carlisle American Volunteer Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Carlisle American Volunteer?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection