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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - August 21, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaVol. 49. Carlisle pa.,August 21,1861 no. 11. A m1?rican Volunteer i of to two companions and som a of Herp or sons interfered. A a there is nothing for it now but an Immediato meeting explanation or apology Are out the question. Lets. Follow them a a exclaimed g Nas the frenchmen wiil ked away. A a Stop a hit a replied tho lieutenant a a i la Settle the. Matter in a and to stepped after the party. He returned almost immediately to gun. A a it Sall arranged a a Dies Ned every thursday morning by jobs b. Bratton. Terms Dollar Anil fifty cunts paid in Advance two Drill hrs if paid within tho year Aud two dollars and fifty fonts if not paid within the a Csc Tinioso terms will to rigidly a Horod to in Ivory inst Noo no a discontinued until nil arrearage Aro paid unless at the option of tho a editor. A a. Advertisements accompanied by tho Cash and not Creo Eiling Ohio Square will to Insor cd Throo Timos for Ono Dollar and Twenty five fonts for each additional insertion. Troio of a greater length in proportion. A Job Pius Ixos snob is hand Hills posting Bills pamphlets Blanks babes a. Ac., of routed with a Turnoy and at tho shortest notice. A they Aro Gono to the old burying ground a come to my log Ings my pistols Are there you must shoot him the few words struck wildly on g n. They fell with an ominous sound on his mind. He had never fired a pistol in his life. The place of meeting was awfully the name on the card was that of a Young officer in Dishons Bilile a notorious due list tho pest of. The neighbourhood a a crack shot who had killed and wounded several and insulted most wantonly almost Overy one he had quarrelled with. G in Felt himself a doomed Man. He thought of his wife just i then expecting him Home for his us rial walk a a come quicker a said he to his a a there a not a moment to be lost she will be sure to hear of it every one saw what passed somebody will no doubt Tell her for god a Sake make Baste before the police can know anything in within ten minutes the whole party were on the ground an old and almost abandoned churchyard that lies on the Rise of tho Hill towards tho Salut several Largo gaps in the dilapidated Wall admitting the groups that followed the combatants silently and ant piously. A. A g fits. Friend had picked up an no kid fallen on him who deserved it and who left Tione behind to mourn for him go in and his Friend fastened up the doors and windows As b Cost they could but they would not have Longfe listed the. Assaults of the crowd had not fortunately a Small detachment of Fri ousted gendarmes galloped up and sur rounded the Horist. The officer commanding it demanded admission which was gladly Given to him. His conduct was admirable. His first care was tho lady who tale Batt if Field the correspondent of the new boric Herald writing from the o a and of the late Battle Eppey Imp Flat. House ya., the following graph in rat Bike Niue description of the fit old after that Battle in company with division surgeon Bull of general morgans brigade i Roilo Down tho Road toward Slaughters Mountain passing like a True Vroman a Vas c Kim a a Side Yfe in4 a a a 8%$? Active for her husbands safety Gap Eros tho troc a by the ple 1 of our and and unselfish other own the officer assured 1 vane pieces on saturday mid might. Thong Faer of his Protection and also undertook to blk whom Thunder could not Jar nor guarantee the safety of the lieutenant but a a a n let la mad amp 7 b 7� a a has he was unable to answer for that of the a to who. And a havoc in principal in the homicide knowing the nature tie -fle.8h> the a ,mb8 8�?~lffened and of the infuriated mob and the state of National feeling at the time he devised tho Only ghastly hoofs extended. Hero was a splintered wheel with blood and hair upon the Tincau they overpowered net extending the half dozen gendarmes and forced an end a Way Down the Clay. Beyond i oame Trace. Ii therefore called on one of his things that never die. To Puro tho Bright tho Beautiful that stirred our hearts in youth tho impulse to wordless prayer a tho dreams of love and truth. Tho longings of torn lost the spirits yearning cry tho strivings after better Hopes a. Those things can Novor Dio a tho timid hand stretched Forth to Aid a brother in his treed. Tho kindly word in Grioff a dark hour. That provos tho Friend indoor. Tho plea for Mcroy softly Justice threatens nigh tho sorrow of a font Rita hear these things shall never die. Tho motor y of a clasping hand. A tho pressure of a Kissa and All the trifles swot and frail that loves first Bliss. If with a firm , and holy Trust and High a those band3 have clasped those ups Bate Tafft. Those things shall Novor Dio. Tho Trucl and the bitter word a that wounded As it fell tho shilling want of sympathy to fool but nor or toll. A. Tho hard Rop Ulso that chills tho heart whose Hopes High in an unfading record kept. Those things shall never die lot nothing pass for must find sovino work to do a Loso not a Hun ctr to Waken Lovo a be firm and just Aud True. A a so shall a Light that cannot Fudo a Boain on tree from on High and Angol voices say. To thee. These things shall Nevor Dio. A. A Mckimm the enforced Duel a i Aipuu in Hia Iju the Frenchman were of Ordi Irish author has recently Given to the pub of them a Purka with twi. A lie a i Civ work entitled a a by Fotz a. Paths and i notches to note the number ofttimes they had those who Trad it consists of a been Rio by by their owner g a no Santag series of desultory sketches one of which we Onist. Lie Poisell one of them carelessly in take pleasure in transferring to our columns his hand but when his Eye fell an tho Beau during somewhat prolonged residence at Tifful English father Spring weapons which Bordeaux some years since chiefly devoted the lieutenant took calmly out of their Case to literary pursuits and to an extraordinary it glistened with Delight and ferocious Long Quaintance As they hurried on and engaged him to stand by him As tho second willingly request. He did not dislike a fight and lie said openly he hoped to ii Eaven g in would rid the i neighbourhood of its worst disgrace. Boor a a a shrugged his shoulders cast up his eyes to i wards heaven and pushed on without saying i a word. conditions were soon arranged. Two lines Wero Draton fit ton paces apart a walk ing Cane was Laid Down on each. Therom la Latante were placed each at ten paces farther Hack than the respective lines so that they stood thirty prices Distant from each they were then left to their own discretion 1 to fire Whin they a leased with Liberty to Advance Crich Defoi c doing so a up to the respective cans but on no account to put. A foot beyond to Lien so iliac in any Case they cd a old not approach Erich than Teu paces Atid opposing them to Desorbe their fire till they got to tha t Short distance even then they might stand take Ai if Stilld Eliot without any signal whenever they chose. This wis to fit of settling those affairs in Francic trying nerves of the coolest find most experienced dualist terrible to the uninitiated. 1 Evoli of the. Parties were provided ,a Aye a so of Quot a a we Roe three slight1 plunge into revolutionary society which finlly led to a Hasty abandonment of the neighbourhood or. Grattan made. A visit to in Gineros where he was a witness to the following extraordinary incident an Frith gentleman Whoso name like my own began with g and Onrod with a was certainly one of the most amiable and least quarrelsome among the visitors. He neither trunk nor gambled nor talked politics nor scandal tho great provocative to disputation. And ill blood and he led a most quiet and do i Noble life with a Young and pretty help Mato As unlikely As her husband to excite any feeling that might involve him in Dan ger. A. Or. G n one Day strolled into the ing. A. I must fight Tveith on of those a Siirid he. No itto Lisieur a replied the Liou tenant a two Are not to provide you with and he explained to the impatient g in the request and refusal. Of 1 let him have it Tor gods Sake what matter to go . She will be sure to hear of this and a a. A a take it sir a said the lieutenant a a my Friend is too a a Iio la to a dead Man in two minutes a was the Floreo and Ruffi anly reply As he snatched tho proffered weapon. And the four pistols were loaded by the a be steady for heavens Sake on no account fire till you both reach the men to come inside while the rest sat in their fiddles Sabre in hand and he made g n at once change clothes with the Soldier policeman. This was done quietly find speedily. Then leading a him to the door he saw him mount the horse of the Man he Persona ted putting an apparent letter hastily prepared into his hand professedly for the magistrate of the town. Gun Well played his part. He Rode calmly through tho people who offered no remark trotted along in the direction to was told to Toko and very soon left in genres behind him relying on the courage and the chivalry of the Frenchman who saved him to protect his wife and the Friend less compromised than be was joined of the same evening by both tii Ose objects of his solicitude who came under Safe escort and lie turned his Back for Evor on the place where he seemed to have experienced such a fearful dream. And now comes the explanation of the startling event. Or. G in naturally Fqy r i Man o f his quiet habits was fond of Reading. To was a subscriber to the circulating Library and lie one Day had in his turn a volume that Tohei fid on the against Napolon find contained bomb sentence rather disparaging to the French army in connection wit i tie Battle of Toulouse. Some Reader of the Book had written in Pencil a Short remark on to lib passage approving its tone and enforcing its a Ruth by it severe epithet. Or. Go. Ii scarcely observed this if he saw it at ail but to in due time returned the Book Library and forgot air about Iti passing from one subscriber to another the volume fell info the hands of the Young fire eater whose uni Alipy Fate i have just related hurried away by. Passion by furious hatred of All englishmen so Indis originate that to cared not on whom to vented it he rushed to the circulating Library inquired who among the subscribers last had the volume and was answered vaguely but tho. Name of or. Go was mentioned As. One of tho last and the person in the shop pointed out that gentle Man who happened to he passing at the time. Thin urfi. Sel Pip Mien Eti re a the virtual Sui Piao. Rushing or his Fate darted out engaged his two attendant Fri grids to accompany him followed the Tiro unsuspecting englishmen into tho billiard room and tho Reader knows tho rest. Upon the usual Indk it ions of Retreat jackets bayonets Cir Ridge boxes and Knapsacks thrown hero and there Cryn usedly trampled rent and bloody. These traces grew More numerous until i crossed Cedar Creek where the st Nch of decaying flesh men and horses was plainly perceptible. The ground was train led Alf by the desperate feet of combatants and off to the left in the ruined Cornfield i saw a party of Gravo diggers engaged in their solemn but Hasty task of shutting away the faces of glory. A he first untended Corpse stared of it from the shelter of an Oak tree but tho resemblance to Jan had been Woll High obliterated. The firms Vvs re thrown Clen Hedly Back and the Chin raised with the tendons and thews of the Throat and Black. Tho syes had bulged through their apertures Brit a flesh distended to the size of eggs and tic hair Lay Long tangled and matted with blood Over a fire Hafid Blue and yellow by exposure and hastening corruption. What Niobe May have Boon remarked it is useless to say save that to death was half so terrible. If Subh Feo Lings were up gendered by the glimpse of a single body what shall describe the horrible picture of the dead grouped nay heaped upon each other and withering under a fiery Sun ? they Lay by margin of the tributary Rivulet in to la a off inks of Cotna one with fish Arm drawn ova rth Eye another with arms fixedly folded upon tie Chest and Othora fitting Bolt upright As if and a Ali nut to speak. There was to spec us fiction in the eyes that they withal4 the grave a scribed to Liao been opened that i might Liyoi filid after glory the worm had come High revel upon tho Good the Gallant find the gifted. A few officers were noted by t we a tinsel shoulder straps were Rusty find do cd Oloyed and they looked like common Clay a i put iced one Stai Porth fellow with his Musket tightly gripped to his Sijo As if he had fallen at shoulder arms Bine seemed to. Have died i resolutely and to to terror had petrified in their visages but a press eve eng. He in _ and soft As Sloop too darkness Falls tho Wood Dovo from tho Forest Calls tho Bat logins its wayward streams murmuring in tho ear of night within tho Woody hollow Winda boughs a re intertwined above their Musio arid their Light. Tho Woodland Rango is dimly Blue with Smoko that creeps from crits unseen and Snory hedge and Meadow Green put on their White night Robeff Dow. And Ivory sound that Breaks tho Palm. A is Liko a Lullaby to rest All is at pc co except tho ast a that needs tho most its soothing . A Becnel trial at the old Bailey in London. Affecting Seene. George Hammond a portrait Painter was placed at the bar to to tried on an indictment found against him by tho grand jury for the wilful murder with malice aforethought of George Baldwin a rope dancer find Loi bite Bank the prisoner was a Infin of medium height but slender form. His eyes Wero Blue and mild. His whole bearing gave evidence of subdued sadness and melancholy resignation he was 41 years a of a go a a had a i soft voice and his appearance find manner bore evidence of his being a elfin of distinguished education in Spito of tho poverty of his dress. In being called out to plead the prisoner admitted that he did kill Baldwin and he deplored however that on his soul and conscience he did not Beliey Lipini self guilty. Thereupon a jury was Empfie no Elod to try the prisoner. The indictment was then read to the jury and the act of killing being admitted the. Government rested tho ii Caso and the prisoner was called upon forthe Foman i of Ibe of gnarl. Tho emperor Napoleon has Mado the o old soldiers Duleau Deputy mayor of viol a a Knight of the log Ion of Honor a As a Reward for his testimony in opposition to Victor Hugo count Michel. And a mass of historical evidence that general Sambronne really used at Waterloo the words a a la Garde Meurl else dec rend .&Quot a nevertheless grip Tanii Gronow a in Iris a a recollections a just published in London cont radio to the camber Onnist while to almost restores Wellington a a famous a a up guards and at tho following sex a fact is interesting a a a a it was about five of clock on that memorable Day that we the British Sud Dooly received orders to retire behind an Elevation in. Our cat. The enemy s artillery had come up in Masse within a Hundred Yards of us. By the time the began to discharge their guns however we Ere lying Down behind the rising ground and. Protected by the Ridge before referred to. Tho enemy a a cavalry was in the artillery in order to to ready to pro feet it if attacked but no attempt was made on our part to do so. Alter they had pounded away at us for about half an hour they deployed and up came the Whoie Pitass of Ftp ii tial infantry of a the guard led on by the emperor in person we had Inow before us probably about Twenty thou i re Ltd ,. Sand of the Best soldiers in France the he a Good non sons. Wit and lipor.,. A dandies and Many Nanny goats never fail to Pride the inst Lee on their kids. ,. Why do women Liko stays ? Blouse the a feel so laced by them. A a what Pardiny virtue does water represent Whon Frozen just living creature has a Beard without a Chin ? an Oyster. A. At a debating society the. Subject was a a which is the sweetest production i girl or a Strawberry a after continuing theargus ment for two nights tho meeting finally adjourned without coming to a conclusion tho older ones going for the strawberries and the Young ones for the girls. 1olio was Scipio a wife ? my a by a sip Pio of course. A a Man May stir no a fire with an umbrella but to cannot keep the rain off his Porso with a Pouch \ if we live according to nature we can Neir or he poor if according to opinion we can never be Rich. A a thoughtless word May excite a world of thought. A. A he who will Brea c his let Louif with you but never his Faith is a Friend Quot a senso Rii ust to very Good indeed to be As his Iloth Ceu _ lord a said fib a my justification is to he found in a recital of �?Tthe7--facts.-. Three my heroin e. A Public Billard room with a Friend of his a i tho Sciort distance is your Only change a 6aid Liou tenant in tho British Navy. They found the lieutenant Asho placed a pistol in g is a Tihle disengaged took up their queues and hand. The latter scarcely knew How to hold Liege to slay. A a scarcely had they Cummen cd it. An instinct of common sense made him when Tiyo or three frenchmen of Point it straight before him. But he was of Good appearance came in and Ono of them i raid to put his Finger on the trigger for he a Young Man of a military air placed himself was warned that the slightest touch on the close to sir. Gun stared hard at him Feather Spring would cause it to go off Prema Ful Ioweta Liis different movements and watched j surely. A every stroke he Mado with a marked and most the for Nohman flourished his weapon lev troublesome attention. The player did not i oled it with a theatrical air called out loudly know what do Mako of it but smilingly said some words that g in did not understand. his Friend As to the singularity but All was done dearly with the object of a of behaviour. The other thought throwing him off his guard and hurrying it equally Odd and As it was persevered in into firing at the farthest distance with acer Tor minutes longer or. G n Felt Dainty of missing. Failing in this design irritated stopped turned Short and begged the Irene Man then stepped rapidly up to j�?~1s Irv oud for to did not himself speak the Cane his Barrier his Arm at full length drench to ask tho meaning of this conduct and g n could see into the barrel of the now evidently intended As a personal insult pistol levelled at him. He had just presence duo lieutenant fortunately a Man of Groat of mind to reflect that n Good shot at Twenty coolness and of some experience in such of paces tho distance now Between them was in Rel tip hi8 Mission with politeness Tell sure to hit his Man while he would to Ascer cd the Iren Clarnan that he was convinced he Tain to miss so by a Suddon impulse to ran nors mi8aen my go n for some other impetuously up to his Barrier giving the idea i a on�?Ta8i e d Havo no reason Lor Pur to All the spectators that to had utterly lost a lin0 of conduct to a Gen hts Load and was Rushing full tilt Ngai isl hire Novor before seen him. I foe whom he covered Strai glitzy enough. So Ian in. A Montleur it Quot replied the French thought tho latter. And he i a lil of Vokish sans Froid and an air of startled by the Eiton Ordinary i i s Porto ass. A a i am not at All .inis-1 Inton Dod victim unconsciously pulling the taken. 01� a wifi do Uto the h on thnt., i ii7hnt and a c Fuin it and there is my card i Lily f a awk now where to find me in ten Jin utes from this time trigger with a Jerk tho Sensitivo Feather Spring threw the Bullet wide of its Mark and colom-1 at the same instant the report of g no a Lien it a non a re my Rand those two gon a a Vitolio n�s7t-¿Asy, ,an8lat0 nil this to g Fin own in7, Bim it0 a noels Down his unfold Iri he a iic�?T., Tyllo Lueto the cd he still in 1 which in no at Tiol a a and Humano Groat nov a y Suh act to excess of rage on pc a i a a a a a la in was astounded. He to cwt to Quot a 0 him penning of tho two epithets applied Hosies Beu eved a8 hi8 f one Olse had been mistaken Foj As his Friend bomb Dono,�?�7f i flu pod _ thin Lif that is to tie hits and Wem m i a us took their got its Nant a promo ado i for Wolf tho Honni Whigob the cafe billiard stood Fig or Loon no de a a a Engri Eres wore walk tog Thor Iii g n a radios and gentlemen Ficon Lcy of Uto to friends firm in Arm. Took ��hibfirrassirin110�?T do sous sing tho strange and til Reo i nil a i Enco pmc-n8uddorily the d o one a Fiose heu�4 them and stopped and Mph oratory a it a ii a 0 outraged or. Go a no it Cliftn r a a beastly form lately and a London by n he arson Entinio meeting his own great Ion \1ue-Foi of goers a cd to a a i a saying. 0lll? on tot or8tiand thalo if 1 was not ju8t now that requires fsi�h�ri��3 a Fol 7 to Chow he had 8e�ttcma� to f of the title it he was n hut Bosforo to would strike a pistol told that he too had fired having stopped firmly and steadily at the Barrier am with a scream of agony the dose rate Huc list bounded into tho air shot throw High tie brain and he dropped Forward Stone dead on one of tho Weed covered intends whisk dotted the burial ground. G n stood utterly stupefied. To knew no difference Between life and death or who1 had fallen who escaped. From first to last he had Given himself up As lost. Lie never or ppm of killing his enemy with his hand Ririe of having a Chanco of safety from the unerring skill opposed to there was now no time for thought his Friend rushed up to him ,. A come Chojno on come on done to you see the wretch is dead f the people will to of us to pieces.�?�. it to find Liao been had not the two friends halted through lie crowd that ins i Tiabl curious thronged around tie of cps and before they Chi if disengage Thoma Olves to look for the two foreigners they had scrambled Over the broken Wall ran through some narrow Lanos and found shelter in or go is House where he Izet his wife entirely ignorant of the awful Spono that hid been rout?�0 m escaped by another the yells of the people were heard outside. Their fury against the . Highest pitch and could not be controlled by a few gentle Mon who wore present to catastrophe and not one of whom lamented it for tho lot in a Little in House containing Only two Low dark rooms lived my Heduino. The Little Yard in front is Small but in Sui Rimer it is Gay with balsams and tho Littie path leading to the Gate is always neatly swept. But perhaps you will not think my hero Ife deserving of tho title when i Tell you Sho is neither Beautiful nor talented As the Henri Rita of novels always Are but she possessed qualities til Blind and heart which would Hayo done credit to any. Her father was a or Rikard. Her Mother was a Pale sail Wolfin worn with toil arid i sorrow but was Ever grit life fond uncomplaining in All her troubles Ever kind and forgiving when her husband ill try ated her and treasuring up with Joy every word of kind Noss which oame like a transient gleam of Sunshine Iri his sober Rii orients. A but the faithful Mother died leaving six Little children to struggle with tho the. Eldest was Able to work for himself and the infant was Given to one of tho relatives. But Pori Mary my heroine Camo the whole responsibility of caring and providing for the rest for her father to far lost to have the manliness to exert himself for their support continued in his degraded the Little girl became ado Rikuro housekeeper. Not for her were the games and toys and sports in tho opon air. Her time was occupied in tie making and mending of Little garments and All the sober routine of a Domestic woman How changed she was a from a careless Happy girl to a sad premature woman 1 a that was childish crowded out 1 but though she worked Early and late and the Cross was heavy to Bear she often said with Tours in her Pale Blue eyes Cam not wish my Mother Back to so Rimoli trouble.�?�. Noble Little girl self denying and faithful toiling on without even the cheering love of a lather never dreaming that she is hero their features were distorted and All were so swollen that a in a Izo with the dead horses Adjar anti. A. The bodies of Therri Are lifted by their com rades and deposited in to Renolie a with Irit coffin or Headstone. Occasionally the practical sex on Dis cd very a some old Friend if priors him wit i a Spoo Ial grave and quickly makes a note of his resting place for future exigency. All of our dead so far a a i saw or heard had Beon plundered of their Money arms and in pome eases of their lot High. I think Thatro May have Lead a Hundred and fifty do Iid i found them grouped in tho dog esp the Woods in ode Case Twenty two together. Several of these appeared to be killed by fragments of shells und one Man s head was missing. In curious juxtaposition to these ghostly objects i saw an old fashioned plough that had been struck by solid shot and broken in a Quot a had levelled the earliest and last indication of Industry. By the kindness of the rebel cavalry go no Rel Stewart to whom i shall presently refer i was allowed to ride with lieutenant a rte Rose tie rebel Linos and sex Aripine tho enemy dead. As most of these had been buried i would Rii it a Fhy rebel loss but it could scarcely have been less than ours. I flip Quot roes of Many memorable victories we saw the Bearskin Caps rising higher and higher of they ascended the Ridge of ground which separated us and advanced nearer and near al to our lines. It was at this moment the Duke of Wellington gave his famous order Tor orig Bayonet charge As he Rode along the Lino these Are the precise words lie made use of a guards got up and. Charge a a Jye wore instantly on our legs and after so Finy a Tours of input Jon and irritation at maintaining a purely defensive attitude All the time suffering the loss of a a trades and friends a the spirit which animated off cd is and men May easily Jie imagined. After firing a Volley As Sion is the enemy Wero within shot to rushed on with fixed a bayonets and the Hearty hurray Peculiar to British Soldier a a it appeared Tomt our men deliberately arid with calculation singled out. Their Vii Tims for As Thoy Camo upon the in Portal guard our line broke and the fighting became irregular. The impetuosity of our men see riled almost to paralyse their enemies i witnessed several Imperial guard who were rip the deign or feb qty a a Parer any resistance on their parts. I observed a. Big we leonian of the Natiq of in Highes who was six fief Severi inches in height run through Frith his Bayonet and. Knock Down with the butt end of his Forelock i should think a dozen at least of his opponents. This terrible contest did not last More than ten minutes Tor the Imperial guard was soon in full Retreat leaving All to Weir guns and Many a a a. riri Prii finers in our. Handt. The famous crier Pepo rated my own orime to have recon a a Jonnine Rias taken prisoner fighting sized my child in that condition. It was my land Quot. To hand wifi the Gallant sir Colin pm fer Quot Othor Troal perhaps have Halkett who was shot through tho Cheeks pro a imitated. Hersell toward her and locked l a n rape shot herself in her arms. As for. Me a veil passed 1 Over my eyes. I knew riot How. It Ivask i habitually gentle even to weakness seize to i denied having used such an expression Lam by the clothes i raised him in tho air,1 years ago i lost a daughter then four years of age the sold memorial of a beloved wife whom it lipid pleased god to recall to himself. I lost her but i did not Seo her she was Stolon Froni she was a charming child and but her i had nobody in tho world to love me. Gentlemen what i have suffered cannot be described you cannot comp rib end it. I Lead expended in advertising and Fri it la is searches everything i possessed furniture pictures even to my clothes. All sold. For three years on foot i have been seeding for in returned to. London to Oom Meneo my advertisements in tho newspapers. 7 a at length on Friday the 14th of april last i crossed the Smithfield cattle Market. In the Center of the Market p Troup of Irio Uritz i Banks were performing. Among them a child wins turning of its head posted on. A Halberd. Then dashed him to the ground then again he was dead. Afterwards i repented what i had Dono. At the i regretted that i was Able to kill but lord chief Justice Tindale a these fir e not Christian sentiments. Tiow can Yon expect the court and jury to Liik with favor on your Deneneo or god to Pardon you if you cannot forgive wide i i Fiqiri ber of years ago there lived in Hie town of go andr Scoggin be what you Are. This is the first Stop towards becoming better than you Are. Old fools foolish than Young ones they Haye had Ngueh longer practice. A temperence lecture. Artemas Ward met a cold water preacher in mip Zigari with who Iri he held a Brief ii Itei View. He thus narrates the . At Ann Arbor being seized with a sudden. Faintness i called for a drop of Ruthin to drink. As i was stirring the beverage up a la Alefs ced. Rhian a Fri Gold spectacles Laid his fond upon. My so fielder a and sed. A look Brit upon the wine when it is fed a a sos i a this Airit wine. This is old a a it sting eth like an adder and Bileth like a Serpent 1�?�. Sed the Man. A a i guess not a sed i when you put sugar. Into it. That a the Way i Allers take a have you sons grown up sir a tie Man asked7 a a i a a a a Wall a replied As i put myself. Outside my Bevorn go a my son Arterius Junior up Goin on 18.�?�. Ainu to you afraid if you set this example -b4 him hell Cuin to a bad end a 1 lies cum to a waxed end already. He a Learnin the shoe Makun bigness a i replied. 1 a a i guess we can. Both on us git along without Yorior assistance sir a 1 observed As . Was about to open ,.agiri, a a a this is a Pold a amp Dvo a sad the far ii ,7. 7 a a that a so. Bit to ii la get Antoia Warro Ojiri a a Ono by and by iffy of print , Bines i was a Little riled Fot tho Riello because i never take anything Only a a when in a. On Rilla afterwards learn rid he was a Temperance lecturer Juca men to Stop sitting their inwards on fire with tho frightful retailed i. Round tho country shall heartily rejoice. Better give men Prusick Assid to Onet than to Pizeno of to Deal by peculiarly Noble hers was Hor lingering regard for her father. Ever Fiell my him from reproach she would never soy he was harsh to Hor but with Loving Charity hid his faults from the world As far of was in her. m loss than a your after her Mother i death this Rii Eek Young spirit found rest i thought with Joy How her patient love would no More be tried by an exacting surely the Reward of such Devotion will by great the Little family was scattered arid the father joined tie army. It is hoped he will sometime realize ithe Worth of the dec Tod creatures whom his blindness brought gravel. Quot. And. Now has not my heroine sustained her e7�?o my dear Amelia a said m 0. D. Col Lone Young lady Whoso smiles to was seeking i have King wished for7 this Sweet Opportunity but i hardly Daro Trust myself now to speak the deep emotions of my palpitating heart but Declaro to you my dear Amelia,.tlirit i Luve a re a most tenderly your smiles would shed i say your smiles would shed.ri-�?T. ,. Quot never. Plind Quot the Wood shed a so id the love or. Amolin a go on with Yoiiro pretty Bil that e7�?� a a say Ned did you collect a Ion Ono sir a 1 the one against or. Goer.�?T,. A no sir i. Did no to collect i to cause Why a lies not mr7. a you moan v. T a a a Why you Seroj Birt loft yesterday now he a or. Quot ,.lit North Gar Lii zians Lay in a Row by a Frh Merit offence a Stout st Hyorth rustics in Homespun a jollies who had perhaps been dragged As conscripts from their Homes to perish in an uni of a Nus. A Fow if our gravediggers had mingled with the rebel gravediggers and both had suspended their function to hold an argument. The Lieut Narit ordered tfx fed rals into their own lilies and prevented it nay be a i Dituro Batto ,-i must say 7 for my conductor that lie had Frank face fond a fair manner a goodly mingling of the polite citizen with the Stern sol Dier. We Rodo into a piece of Wood not n half mile from Slaughters Mountain and be held7 tho spot where Union and rebel had tugged and to stood face to face parking and thrusting with cold steel. Some of the rebels seemed to have edged Over to our lines and fell among our of the unionists were quite turned Arcond and Lay in a Bevy of their enemies. To rebels claim to have blown up several Passons left behind us on saturday evening and to have picked up More than two thousand arms with upwards of sixty horses. I saw what had been previously undiscovered about fifty muskets stacked against a piece of scrub Timber within our lines As re established. 7 1 wounded on the Field. A great number of or were carted from the Field by ambulances. Tivey had lain two Das Ripon the Sites of their fall and Woi p Rio arly. Famished arid perished. We took in perhaps four he nth red on monday Between Nino of clock arid dark. A. The enemy had charitably relieved the Rio a a a so tip so of a few Brit their. Proy Sioris Heing limited they were of igbo to desert so Csc of Tiv Inott min a les. Many men i Keroly had. Broken ,.up on which Thoy could up staff several cases of amputation were undergone on the Field and by two of clock no wounded Alrieri Roin Aind Between or lines enemy a. Was the Noahie that he was Best known by. A he was lean Long Lank and scrawny. Al prisoners a i know my lord what will be ways on i Anil to run the errands and do chores your judgement and that of the jury but generally. A a a j 7 god has pardoned me i feel it in my . On0 vory hot Day in july Ide was sent off you know not i knew not Thon tho whole about three Miles to a Mill with a Largo lot of extent of the evil that Man had done. When i Sra in to to ground. Unluckily for him there Somo compassionate people brought me my was quite a Quantity in Bosforo he got there daughter in person she was no longer my 80_that it was late in the afternoon before the child she vets no longer Puro and angelic As a Quilloy got to work upon Iiley Slot. The water formerly she i ufos corrupt body arid soul was Low consequently the Mill stones revolved Lior manner her language infamous like very slow. Ido Ivas hungry and his inner a big Apple pie Ari old la do in tha country had a Dandy to Dine a with her on a certain of pasioria and on the table eounty7, Moine a Maori by the name of l Iio was Farmer in stage Driver Lionel keeper and was blessed with a Large family of boys. A a. Among them Vrh the Shriro of oar yarn. Ide i wastan�2, Ai?10 a i -6 a a a a a i a la a tax tha a said the exquisite a How do to make such a Pio a. A easy enough a was tho quiet reply we make the crust in a wheelbarrow wheel it it a 0, Pray hot to Riby own time a said Yonng officer in one Ospur Irish Volunteer regi Rients about going South As he attempted to Force a kiss Fiqiri his Daar Biddy. ,. A Avoil Azillie supposed this Brick but Van know that after your and to Are married i shall Hayo a will of my it it is said in a tight place a inc ii upon having his new. Shiv Phi by. A lip kor begged to be allowed to take Trio Risbry instead of tho Priori Cipfl if Trio tax Bill passes As it is the Puhi Shors had bettor lot the government have the newspapers if it will por Mit them to receive tho taxes. �c7&Quot a Boh is that dog a Hunter a f no How a half Hunter and half setter. He Hunts Bonos whore to is hungry Rind sets by the Firo when to is satisfied.�?T. My. Have killed Hini but once. lord we h Foyo fog Road on Long could you do it our. Verdict.�?�. A Quot. A chief Justice a i understand you. Gentlemen but. The Law Rii ust take its Dhoti so. I must suit up tha Case and then you will ro-1 Tiro to deliberate. 1 a the chief Jris Tico having summed up the snid Uncle Rob a How achy till i starved to do Atli a. Said Ido. Uncle kerb says that he never got such a shot before. ,.under the Apple tree and Shako the fruit Down into it a. a said a builder to tin Irish Mon in or s who in in Iris rooms had it a a was the atoning room the shaping room the Kitchen room and the pig pen four a a that a a Story a said the buil Dor. A Tyis four stories a said . Mastek and Ayhon i was a ,. Oboy a said an old Man 1 we bad a school mas Case the Sriry retired and in an instant after who had an Odd Way of catching Idle boys tar returned into court with a verdict of a not on Day to called out to us ,guilty.�?�. A i a boys i must have closer attention to of the disc Largo of Hammond tho sheriff your books. The first one of you that sees was obliged to surround him with on escort another boy Idle i want you to inform to the women were determined to carry him off and i will attend to the a Foss a in Triumph. The him All the i ,1 thought 1 to myself a there is Joe Way to his lodging with deafening shouts and Simpson that i done to like. I la watch him Huzzah. I and if see him look off his Hook ill it was not Long before i Bow Job look of his Apfl ving tub following did-1 Buck and immediately i informed tie Logue to Curry a. On the Side walk in this City a he a Tiow did you know he Between a Democrat and a Republican who 1 was Idle a a. Happened to m not. A i saw him a said i. have Hoard it said repeatedly that a you did and were Yow eyes on your Book you Aro secosh.7 a when you saw Liim a Yeti have. A but lot us see i i was caught and Nover watched for Idle who Ian Cesli you or to i propose that we. Boys again both go before a notary Publio and each take if to Are sufficiently watchful Over our the on the of Lis Ginrich Constitution is own conduct to shall Havo 110 time to find it is and of Fidelity Union As it was be fault with the conduct of others fore secession began. Avill cd do it a begin _ _ Avoil i done to know. I think its hardly Worth while. Starling a gome Ftp org. -1 am ready to take tho oath and if you Aro not a secessionist you certainly a to. Come its but n step to sri Ira Millers office and it will not Toke Tori minutes. I will for both. Republican a Opp off Are you not for tho Constitution and the Union ?. yes if slavery is abolished do then you Are not for the Constitution As it7 is for it recognizes tho existed roof slavery in the Union. You Are therefore a a secessionist. If you Aro not you will go with me and take tho oath of allo Gianono to the old Constitution arid the old Union. Exit re Riu Lioan sneaking off with both Linds to lipid him pressing Down his coat Tail Ohio statesman. A. Of at a hotel a girl inquired Ofa gentleman at the table whether was out no a said he a a but my Coffee the girl was confused but she Dot rim Rod to nay Liim Bank in his. Own Coin if occasion . 7 at dinner the Stagon drove up Lind several porst is coming in the Gen the risen asked a a does tho stage Dine Here a a a Quot no sir a replied the girl laughing a a hut tho passengers do 1�?�. A costly Saloon oppor a in Cleveland in tho Scarcity of a Bango conceived Trio idea of issuing tickets Quot Good for Ono drink to oust minors Whon he shango their Money. In printing Trio tickets tho Printer undo a mistake As the Saloon Kooper discovered to his Cost aft. Ter distributing a Large amount of them. The Tirkot read Quot Good for too a number of two listed drinkers who got hold of Somo of tho tickets Havo Boen indulged in. A sories of drinks Over since greatly to the pecuniary loss of tho osaloonor.�?�. B27�?T a very Good Domestic toast�?1 May uliushu�?z.,Oaut. Ever alike0 a cd to slanders against you to he driven in Doop to keep the Sossou riders Ever Hake without from digging out under looking in the Agyeong sir Thomas Ogden having arrived in Civ York from England went soveral successive mornings Post office to ask for letters.-.,Iri Quiri Rig always for lot tors Addre Sod to Thoin a loader i Trio postmaster invariably replied that Thoro were none for Hini. But becoming at length Quito impatient at these frequent disappoint cents to thrust his head through the delivery window fond so on disc Vord tho of aus. A you Are looking among tho Haiir Hes sir he. Said to the off Ioor within Yon should look among tho hoes a Well what next a said sirs. Port into As she Ike who was Reading the War news tho pickets Wero driven in five m ,e8�?~ a bless my poor soul but that will Mrisko a Strong Ronco. I suppose Lioy had to 07 a Arhat does Clotive mean papa a a it Means to stick together. A does John stick Wood together when to Cleaves it ?�?T., ,. A a ii in l it Maris to separate.�?T. _ a Avoil then a does a Man separate from his wife lion he Cleaves to in re. A dont ask foolish questions child.of it must be vory hot in tho South. A contemporary foys Small i agr Hoy ii judiciously leaned up against the sunny a House and foil asleep. Iri a few minutes a he began to soften and in three quarters of an hour to ran All Over the yard., dipped him up Aud put him in a Wasli tub. A. Do a a Captain Ono of the old school being at a Ball had been accepted by a Beautiful partner a lady of rank who in the most do Liento manner possible hinted to him tho propriety of putting on a pair of Giovis. Oil was Trio Oleg int reply a Nero mind Riis May am i shall Wash my bands when in be done dancing a pm mrs. Purt Lugton on Reading an a count Sci Honor having her jib Boum carried a Foy Las week wandered a Why people Weild leave Sich things out of doors. Nights to be Stolon when there was so Many burglars about filtering everything they could Lay their hands to 865�?o the Imperial print a of Franco is just like other Little boys. His governess impressed Pori him recently the necessity of. It being polite and pretty. To Elioso who. Apr. Prove Icid Liim tho next Day Ono of inn wishes Ivas refused a if you dont give Ine what i want said tho Little Corporal a ill make Fanoos at. People.a k7&Quot a How do you do Sare a said a Freob Mau to in English . A Fri Thor poorly thank ,�? a nay Triy. Dear Sare a said tho Frenchman a Dorit thank me for your illness i cannot help it.a a8�z. Lord up snuff sold Brown a horse Trio other Day. A meeting tho peer shortly Afton said ,1 your lordship told me that your horse had no Ifould and to is Blind of an oyo a a a right a responded tho lord a blindness is no fault it is Only a misfortune 1�?T. .-.-. A a. A i 0c7�?�a very diffident Yonng gon Loman Ori sunday evening inst while waiting on ii la i by Homo from Trio methodist Oburgh Dos Irod her not to Ino Tiou it As it might Olauso re Rii Ark. A a done tho afraid said Sito a of my telling i fool is much aha Niimd of it a you

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