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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - August 28, 1862, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, of a a a. A h a a a a a a re a a to Xor count rte May it always , country.1 vol. 49. Carlisle / August 28,1862. No. 12. American Volunteer. Join b. Button editor amp proprietor. Carlisle a. August. 28, 1802 troth tho Democrat. Coill Pant Volits. Quot a correspondence of the Volunteer. Letter �r03i the �b9iy. Can by near. The rapid a va., co. A. 11th Rog. Pit. Vols r augustl2,1862 or. Brat on dear sir shortly after mailing my let below we give completo foils of Throe of ter of the. 4th, we received orders to hold our t. A to it. 1 i 1 i in Lana in Man Lynno in Mew Ninni it Ianno. At it tie companies which h feta Days Slimbo to engage in the hardships and. Perils of the bottle fit old. Next wok we will pay list the Rolls of tho other companies from this county a Oah porters company. Carlisle captains William m lieutenant�?3tina r. Turner. Second lieutenant John Hays. First sergeant William t. a a George Thayer. Third a Ajohn o. a a / Benj. K. fifth a a James Underwood. First corporals a. Blake Bisel. Sec Sid third it for la a fifth a a a sixth seventh a ,.�?� fight 11 Allison waiter w. Ask to r. Y. Ati Hinbaugh c a Baker a a Blaine t t Bowers George w Brownawell a f bowl Soltzer Peter c Boris David h. Doc Kiln Samuel t William Yanco. Charles a. Smith. George l. Line. Georgo w. Mell. William h. Cornman. Thomas m. Moore. A Kerr James a Cutz dec. Laughlin David lease Ephraim. Lynch John d Lynch we Loudon Dufield. Lyne George w my Kitizin win l my Quatt Peter my Pherson Robert Comfort Henry d Cornair Iii Leander c Madden p w a Cornman we 0 Marsh we h Knibb h and Bey Joseph e Earley c h Eckels d h a Eitl Buah p f Evans George Evans Johnson. Forber Philip Fugent Alexander Fenicle we a Faust a Mbry in j 1 fought win Festor f. Glass p k Gould. B b Greus ii the gets Lull Frank a Hull Charles Dilu Mrich we a Hackett James hippie Henry h. I Lynott d Heagy we w Ira lne Samuel i Jonus Jamesa key a boy Daniel b Kerr Andrew Martin James Masonheimer Lewis Matlek. Joseph r. Mitchell Edward Moore j p Morrison w s Neely we Pannebaker s b Powley s a Powley w g. A Richey we Llokabaugh Henry Porow we Smith we ii Smith James a it Smith Georgo Ssmith Theodore. Smith John. Sterner win d Stoey w Stoey John r a a Stout Charles was Lymood Andrew. Wetzel Andrew j Wetzel Samuel Weaver Joseph Zeigler John h 3skillanmi� the Young Mary Kyle Dallas. A up Leeds. Company. Pal Ritat no John Lee. A a a a a a a ,.lyne. A a a. Second lieutenant Jonn s. Low. Alexander j w Alexander James j daily do Bizily. S e bonor1, w f Boner d Baxter d. Bodge Charles Bartley John Bear Boughamer John Martin Thomas w my Cami Sfer we my Dowell Edward Miller Eli f. My naught riri Samuel a Bitol we Mortorf Emanuel Matthews Robert non maker win Naugle Benjamin Neeter John Caldwell Thomas d Neely Joseph Corbot we Oiler Andrew Cronson ii c cart a. Carbaugh a Quot a Cornman t p Cornman Marlin Carothers. Geo w Doii Glas Georgo a Drewnet George Dixon Henry t Dufrey w w Goody Euf John a Gorgas John Ila non Robert m Hannon we p. Hoc Vondorn Geb harder Alfred c , Joseph. O. Hart Isaiah h hippie j Heller Jacob Heller we s Ingram David Jacobs Abraham Keller Henry Kelly Honry j Tilin Martin Dyne a it Low a r. Lytle William Cloudy Georgo Miles Samuel join zilch John w Miller George h Oiler Samuel pie David Parsons Isaac Quigley de Rodgers a Ilo Hinson c a Riley John. Ramsey we s hug Glos George. Reggie we Sanderson we Shoemaker Michael Stoner Samuel Schuchman Fred a Sowers Napoleon Spottswood Charles Slessor George w Swoveland Tonry Sites Alfred Sites Charles w Strobel Frederick Walker Isaac s Woodley w w Windemaker John wharf James Wert Joseph Warren j b withdrew ads Waggoner Benjamin Wolser John s Quot Yong st we a Zeigler George mechanics by a Cah. Zinns comply. Captains a. I. Minn. First lieutenant a. B. Zinn. Second lieutenant William giver. Asho Feltor Geo w Hoon Joseph e bursting or ,. It Jones Josiah r Brou Gbor a o a a Knisely Peter y Brougher. Johnson Kraber John o Browgher Ita d Baird John Enlil met Martin v Baker Joseph Baker Matthias Sunder Levi Bashore Isaac w a solid Keller Bowen Benjamin Bates Samuel. A Bechtel Moses h Boyer. John b Prist John c Crist j w Culbertson s Chamberlin. John Crono 0 Daugherty George Daugherty we Koons Jacob b Livingston John Landis d d Leidig j w Landis j b Lambert h s Mullin a May s k a Maxwell John r Morrett h w Morrett we a a Minich with Miller we h Miller John d Miller h w Miller a b Miller Samuel a Mann John e a a. , Tuuu us English Thomas w Moltz George w Lher sole William Pretz John Earnest Jacob Erford Jacob r Ewing. George s Pink John a inc Abraham Forney Joseph earner George earner John Ai Fishel George. Fo8not, Joshua v be Tor John Fink j o. Jronh Michael m to to room do a Lin George Gem Singer Joseph Gross George go Goa Sapios do John Ittyav Ratick l m Zaikos a Osoli. To Orr Elijah j a Rinehart . Sadler la Sadler Benjamin Stevenson Emanuel snively John stories fair a Seel Glemp i Johh. A Strino John Stewart John w1 Shumbarger Simon Spader William set d Stasull. William h Smith John we tyndale Thomas Wood John a wools William Wolf George White George White William b Wortz Joseph a not a. Zinn to selves in readiness to March that evening or Che next morning. Our company was detailed for picket duty that night which to performed and returned to Camp about 3. O clock morning and found our brigade making the necessary preparations for an Early Start. We had completed do or arrangements by Day break at which. Hour we got started. Upon our reaching the main Road to saw that the whole division to which we Are attached was in motion we were halted hero a considerable time owing to the it read being blocked up by by gun go and Supply trains j Quot the Day was exceedingly lot and tho roads very Dusty but notwithstanding All those drawbacks we marched about 10 Miles and then turned off into f Meadow along Side of. A Creek where we. Encamped for the Large number of us Ino Ludivig your eos respond ont took Alvah Tage by tho the Opportunity presented and indulged in a Bath it was a Beautiful Moonlight night end the water was just the temperature to invigorate a person after a Day s March. Tho following morning fitly to again moved off about Daylight and after March of 11. Miles reached our destination and went . Our. Camp was within about a mile of Cuppepper and was surround a ded on All sides by the encampments of other brigades we commenced the next Day to Clear the camping ground dig sinks Hunt water &c., under the order of our offers which led us to believe that our stay at this Camp would be extended to it couple of weeks at least but circumstances alter cases and intelligence having reached us that the rebels had crossed the Rapidan in Large forces it was doomed Ody Isable to Niove us further Forward to received orders to Liat effect in Friday noon the 8th, and moved fort Vard to a Point about. 3�?TMiles on the opposite Side of Culpepper and there in cd nip a for the night we were Ord red to sleep with our equipments in and our guns along Side of its so As to be prepared for an attack at any moment we pass the night nudist bed and in tho morning resumed our March after travelling a couple of Miles we came to a Point in our Road at which it was Mot by another and Here we were halted this Rood was fairly crowded with bodies of infantry and cavalry nil moving Forward there were various rumours reached us during the morning some to the effect that our Advance web engaged others that the rebels had Fallon Back and refused fight amp a. About non. However All our doubt was. Settled for at about that hour the Cann Nading commenced and As to were some 4 Miles from the Battle ground we could Hoar it very did st no by. We scr o kept at this Point until evening a listening to the Roar of the Cainnon which appeared at Sohi Timbe to to one continuous peal about 5 of clock we were ordered Forward the n. Y. 9th loading and our i by Ament next our band playing a a Yankee balance by tho brigade came in their respective order and we moved on about 2-Miles, when we were filed off into a Corn Field and directed to leave our Knapsacks arid anything would interfere with our rapid move iries to. Those Whoso guns were not loaded Werc ordered to Load As we marched along. On. Reaching a. Turn in the Road we saw tho first evidences of tho fight in the persons of members of different regiments who had been wounded and we retrying to make their Way to the rear where they could receive medical attendance. Upon answering questions As to what regiment we were we would be told in reply to a a go in and revenge the 46th and Geary a regiments for they were Cut up a Short March further and we turned into a Field on our right in which Wero Large numbers of Rieur troops already during the Short time we remained hero a detail was made from a each company to fill our canteens with water it had grown dark by this time arid we supposed to would to allowed to remain there All night but we were mistaken for we were soon ordered to move on Forward. The firing and Censed by this time except in occasional shot from a picket we continued our Advance until we had arrived within about 150 or 200 Yards of a Woods directly in our front and Hore was the Point at which the 11th first came under fire. The rebels had a Battery con copied in this Woods and opened upon us with shot and Shell to were directly in Range and their first fire so surprised and staggered us As to make us halt. One solid shot lit within 20 feet of the rear of Pur company and in close proximity to our Lieut col. The thrills generally passed Over us before they exploded those that did Light Seldom exploded these Lucky circumstances Rieur Small loss Only 4 wounded in or regiment. The brigade entire lost 2 killed and a outdo wounded. We. Wore kept at a halt Only a minute Quot or two when the command a a a file rights double Quick March a was Given und. We were soon out of Range. The Battery continued firing some ten minutes longer and during this time we took up Pur position on Hill a couple of Hundred Yards from the North Rind of the. Woods we remained hero hour after the Battery had Oer ised firing during this time our general Madea Short speech4o us in which to directed us to keep eos shoot Low it obey Andors and he very sparing of the water in our pm Nten ris As might not get any Tore until the following night. At the expiration of the above time to were again the recipients of visitors in the shape of shot and Shell from this same rebel Battory it bad banged its position anti we did Trio. Sign up iriving to the right and foot of the Hill it continued firing until 4of our batteries opened on it which soon silenced Kitwe were allowed to pass the remainder of the night without being disturbed expecting to Fri called on parly in the morning to go into Battle but in this we were disappointed we were moved into a Cornfield Early in the morning where a were drawn up in line of Battle and kept until �1 of clock at which took up a now Psi tips in Woods to orig right where we remained until evening Opeo Trig an attack hot Fly. Darkness coming on we Wero mar Otred to our present position whore we expo of to remain until we Are called on to go Ritto Battle during out Phi Inge. Of position from the Woods to orig a repent pne Fri were a aught in a very heavy Raith Stormy who of wet us to the skin and rendered a comforts Blo nights rest for us an has passed without Ari thing of importance occurring excepting thai burying of the dead by both sides a renewal of the fight is expected. Every moment. A should your correspond ont escape the perils of the next week he will pm Brake tho first Opportunity a i making you Aqua Irinod with its results in Roi Brenca to1 the 11th. Until that time Adieu. A Siu. Ayoung Wolliam Betsworth arose inthe Pul pit of tho quaint old Church at Elmsdale to deliver like first Sermon and cast his soft Blue eyes along the aisles Andna to the gallery where the Organ stood and where the choir sat. Now that the hymn was Over and the la8t Low murmur of thai Organ had Melte Diu to silence now that All those faces were turned towards him and the hush say More. Plainly than a Ards could a we Are waiting ,�?� the Young minister understood at last the ordeal which Lay Brif Orri him and stood there with a heating heart arid a Cheek that changed from red to White Rind Iriri White to ted again with every breath. One Nadu stood to the sight of crowded Houstis arid to the a Rowledge that the words which fell from his lips were listened to and criticised by men of letters and women of tho world might have smiled at the confusion elicited by the prose Rice of those old fashioned Farmers and their wives and wondered How one who judging by his face had riot Only ambition could have been make even his first Effort in the presence of Sriphan audience. Talented the Conrig Trinni certainly was and ambitious also though he scarcely knew it yet himself but Village was his world and. The people in those Brown old. Pm is so mod for the Morii ent to hold his Fate in their hands. Again Asho unfolded the White paper covered with his delicate distinct handwriting his Blue eyes wandered about the Church and read the faces upturned towards him. Llibre Griir Rind . Sat Deacon or nimble looking out for porno flaw in doctrine or some wander Irig sentence which Savoured of a want of Zeal. Yonder was Deacon doleful ready to shake his head Iri melancholy prediction of his Fai Iuro. Behind him an old Man venerable who had no Faith in a Young and would Fain have had an octo Genaria in every pulpit a and further Back Squire Gray the abolitionists Side by Side with Uncle gobble the pro slavery Man of tie Village at who ii he was looking Bow to. Knives. A these and a Host of other Malchin tents were to to propitiated and there also were his old father and Mother fond and anxious As parents would he and sitting beside them scope Grace brother Jasper Liri wildest scion of Tomt quiet family ,.gipsy-eyed, Ana laughter Loving a bold in his speech and careless mirth lie was n far bettor judge of the True merits of his Sermon from a worldly Point of Vituj than any other there. William dreaded this auditor More than nil the rest for had not. Hold Jasper in his Hardihood declared that a minister to he a proper teacher of his flock should he As Well As Good it to if ii Lettlous f the to to Teriso horror of Good Deacon doleful that a Fine Reading should not a by confined to tho stage but should be admitted to the Jasper a what would Jasper think of his Znaiden Sermon ?. A the paper was unfolded and spread upon the desk before him and the Young minister strove to put these thoughts away and to think Only of thu great and holy pause in which to had enlisted and one whose Smilo outweighs that of the whole world if lie struggled vainly of liars older and Wiser than he May have done the same for ambition will not always scat herself quietly be Side the Church porch but oftentimes will follow her slave along the aisles and up the carpeted Steps into the very pulpit As she might have followed him to any scene of Public strife or Triumph teaching him that ministers Are but men and that of All tie preachers on this Earth of ours there was but one a holy a new about whose pictured head tho old painters always Drew o glory who could forgot Many a Praise or Blamo and struggle on through scorn and pose cution and Torii to. Tion the Cross and thorny Crown his Only earthly tributes without one blot or blemish on his snowy soul the spotless gift of to him As spotless As he gave it. In his self reproach Young William bots Worth made no such excuse for his mental de Linari Xericos but thought himself at that moment the greatest sinner upon Earth. The text Yas read and the first words of hip Sermon Wero upon Trio ministers lips when. Cli urch door opened once More to admit two 1 ladies who came softly up the aisle and seated themselves very near the pulpit both were Young and one the smallest and the Post girlish wore Golden curls which fell Quot below her Waist. A but it was upon the other that William Betsworth a glue eyes rested involuntarily. And. It seemed to the Young Man As though Satin was indeed tempting him in Earnest., if it were wrong to think of of his Sermon How doubly wrong it was to go Wiiri Dering Brick to his boyhood arid to see tho Little Pond with water lilies on its bosom and tho Garden with its ranks of red roses arid the school House where tho girls sat on one Side and the boys in the other and to see midst All a pair of soft Blackf a childish figure and to feb a a dimpled hand own and to hear a baby voice say sob Bingly a but i will crime Back some Day to to Yorior Little wife a of very wrong yet he could not any Moro thai he could 1mlp those other Tai Buhls. For Thuro before him we in those soft amok eyes a a Philips to longer that childish form altered to p woman a. A _ a a i will Somo Day and he your Little wife athe words sounded in his ears Over and Over again and love Oli Tbod the. Pulpit stairs and stood there beside ambition no tho Young minister himself and the Sermon was done Deacon grumble nodded approval to Deacon Dolo Ful and Liis mothers eyes Wero full of tears called Forth by her innocent Pride in her Blu eyed William and scape race Jasper grasped hib brother a hand is he descended from the pulpit in Earnest . Only. The object of All this interest Nas dissatisfied As. He thou gift with self reproach upon the Earth filled dreams which bad so haunt Dihna yet that memory of his child Lovo a would riot he driven from his heart and. When arrived Rit Home he found those two Beautiful girls standing together upon the parsonage porch it grew still More vivid a they had onto Bank to live Quot she said a and were pot going Back again and la teas they past right Slid Lead resolved to Oom e to Church a a soon Fly she heard was to preach. How strange that be a grown my Rin and a it seemed but yesterday that they were children and he Woro a round Luo jacket and fished for minnows with a crooked pin. Yet she knew him. And he was impossible that he would have remembered her Aso she ran on and her Golden haired sister of. In was quite out a Tofu Etsu Orth Inori of Christmas dawned onco More opon backip.toithri Prisel und ought How the world. A a strange it. Was that Rill those ycrir3 of travel in a foreign Larid he d Altor Rifi his i playmate so Little. Arid into what a b Eri i Tipu Blossom the tender Hud of preached t to Wriight again and strove a if Ever Man did 8triyq,.,h� min hypocrite and it was Only Tori Eris riri to forget the frowns of Dacra the signs a Deaoun do Lefuel Hub to Rol Irie Graham i. The be looking a him with a Koft Black a yes. And when that might lies Tigh 8littlo-b�d-Toom he found of her once Moro. He had up Keri of Jln Rio Frind she remembered Ishri Send que on it Dytri Gafden and the to rid where the iia Tei lilie8,"grew Whethe Tishe remeimh6rrid, iili0i that baby prop Isri he rior ild with this thug hit tie Young in Ftp asleep and no one cod h Aye blamed Hirst More than he blamed himself i ext a time passed on and that if Leal of Trio first of Sabbath had grown to an Ordinary to Eifim lbs so fearfully win Dri awake and he Wos used be to Iii faces and to his new posit Ibri. Quot a Butof Ham was absent of Tori the service to was con Sci bus of a Blank. Lost Friel Irig which no. Power to overcome and jul Titis time he scarcely strove to , fori he had begun to fool a though tie thoughts which Clung about her wore the purest if a his soul and. Had n a thing Eart Lito in a to had loved a her All his life inst Roth snied it lib Thorild la of Ito to Thor woman. So ,Rina to he told to himself River arid Oyer a Aiho believing it truly As lovers always do believe their monies. And it had grown to he a of his to walk towards her Hitoe of Priori the so gtd Eril autumnal eve Riipus a ride porch or in Liri Garden to join Dier Ond sit i Alk Irig with her Tor hriuris�?~1 Ilis hrs their Jan a per was often with Piini and with Liei trials sat or walked a a Bleep haired Effie hut William thought neither if theto rior of the portly or. Graham who wbk old Fain Bavy editor in Diri to a tho the logical disquisition8 with him nor of Placid mrs. Grah nmn perpetually knit Trig he no bib Birilli rigid see tried to look at Rill but Iri reality crinoline was the Only Quot one ho1 so i by. I Btu Ned to Ilad he been less 1 in Laye Jess deeply immersed in Liis own dreams Fri. Might not Livo been to Blind to what Waey pass Rife Heffe him arid might frito to adj Stoity Rivich would have been so Plain to it liar. Of is and so have spared himself Soto Efipania. A. He had other the guts upon his a Rind he ride. Jasper had rth Vyff been a trouble to them arid was Orie i Jill. Iio was Vei a wild and reckless and Svay Ofton a print fro Iii the Village. Rind ther were to the rip Gry. Fathor to pay Grid st Riis a ctr cell brought tears to the in other a eyes must soothe the a no arid coi Nobrt tho arid Avert what blame he Souid Friori tho ,1 wild. B Rother he Luyt dab dearly in a a a a a a of a to and so Maine bringing Iong i Triin rmbg8 i when the Noori glittered of the film Jrex s1ad amp amp to t bb�m�5 a ntfffi�?~?�t�- see afar u Pori his nightly path the red Light from her window shining out up a the drifts of new fallen Snow like a. Pericon glowing there to guide him into harbor.?.,i. It was Pori Christmas or that William Bot Worth started across that to ask of a Caroline Graham the question which Lead been upon Liis. Lips be Long and Asho marked the lamp Light growing nearer. And brighter be thought that thus i might glow on some future Day lighted by hey hand from the window of his own dear a a and the meanest Hovel the lowliest Hrit that could be built in any uncivilized land would he a Home to me if her presence blessed if a said the Young. Minister with tear filed yes. And bending his fair head into Bright Starlight he thanked god who bed taught him How to love., Jasper had been from Honio that evening and at William opened the Garden Gate it startled him to see his brother standing on the threshold with something unusual in his bearing and in tho expression of Liis handsome face. It startled him it Moro when Lin Jasper was in the City and redeeming Jas or Bhise to the letter and William had buried love and grief in Hie own breast Ayhon Jasper wrote to him he univ Ash found a tiny note without direction of any kind a within the envelope Rind always handed it with a few Brief words to Caroline. But he went no longer Ril prig that re rid of Evri tide Rind sat no Iri Bro beside lier., their interviews were few and Brief and her manner to him had altered so that he. Half Forred his secret. It was hard to keep. Aloof from her but to do riot riot Trust hire self so soon. And so Long year passed and christinas time came around again and Jasper was coining Horine on a visit. No one called him wild now and to was fast attaining a Placo in his profession and As he a riot to William the secret would soon be a secret no longer a there was another of those Little White notes in the letter which brought these tidings Grid William walked Over with it to the Graham Homestead. As he onto red the old parlor he found Caroline sitting beside the fire and saw that her lashes were wot with Jasper will to Here to Morrow a he said As he seated himself opposite to Hor. And he Wor Derod that the words bribe get no joyous sparkle to her Soti Hladk Eye and that Slie answered in a listless manner and sat. Still the fire., then As he looked at her he saw had grown and marked the pallor of her fair Young Cheek and read in her Lyole Iriri pm Ethrig that told of sri Rawe Ruslie Dewri by Strong will struggling yet for j a a ill a he risked almost Inyol a in Tri Rily. A you look so. I did not notice tit first have altered very much.�?�. She grew or Imori her Ohe Efa her of Rife. Ana her Bro a were suffused in ail Parent. And she looked at him with a strange express Ibi a of . A i am Well very Well a she said a a it is strange that you should think to a. The Young minister arose., a a forgive me a he said. A i presumed upon a friends priv Lego for to Woro friends a year ago Vii is Graham Rind should be even he Tutor Frio rids to night than to Ever have a a a year ago 1�?� she Imir cured As though Slie spoke against her will. A a a year ago 1 yes it is Christmas Tim again i had almost forgotten Jer Cheek was whiter now than the Snow without the door arid startled by her wild glance Grid. Hollow voice Syria Rig for weird just in time to save her from falling to the floor. Senseless and White she Lay As he placed Heri in a great Arm chair and Knelt beside her. Such agony As wrung Rit the amp to moment had never tortured it before pc Rora a that one Orr in a sobbing Atte Ranco of his uitime in an Unchu aczoria clasping of the arms Ribort his Neok he had read the truth. She loved him she thai betrothed wife of his absent Broth even As her. die now a a i to Billing 4dvemtdrb. Tok pioneers last shot. I a a a to question whether in All the history of a hair breadth. Escapes a parallel to the. Following can easily Tus Faunch. Jibe Story was told us by in old valued Friend now residing in tho country near Ali Saity and whose Early Days wore spent near tho scone of the tragic adventure hero recorded. To give the Story As related to us in tho words of our hero. It was about the year 1705 that i settled in Virginia near the frills of thai to country at that Tipri Vewris an unbroken wilderness. But few settlements had been made then by the Whites and they Wero so far apart As to Render vain All Hope of Case of on attack from hostile indians a Nuth Bers of whom still infested tho neighbourhood.,. I lived Here alone with my wife for several months unmolested and by dint of untiring por Severanco being then Young and Hardy had succeeded in making quite a Largo Clearing in the Forest which i bad planted with Corn and which promised an abundant a one morning after we had dispatched our Humble Rigeal and i had just prepared to venture Forth upon my regular routine of labor my attention was arrested by the tinkling of a cow Bell Corn Field. A there a said my wife a the now is in the a a but the bar of the Bac woodsman becomes by education very acute especially so from the fact that his safety often depends on tho Nice cultivation of that sense f was not easily deceived i listened the soured was repeated. A that said i in reply to the remark wife a was riot the tinkle of a Bell upon tic Rieck of i cow. It is a Decoy from Somo Indian who desires to draw to into to ambush.,�?T a believing this to be tie a Riso i took Down Iris old Musket i. Had no Rille and seeing that it was properly loaded i stole cautiously around the Field toward the Point Friori which thai sound be Orr cd to proceed. As i had sri petted there in a Cluster of Bushes crouched an Indian waiting for to to appear in answer to his Decoy Bell that to might Send tie fatal Bullet to my heart. I approached without discovering myself to him until within shooting distance then raised Iris Pooe and Firon. Zithri Billet sped Trie to a to Mark and thai Indian fell dead. Not knowing but that he might Boac Csirip Nirid by others i returned with All Speed to my Cabin Rind having firmly barricaded the door i watched Rill Clivy Froni the port Hole in anticipation of an attack from the companions of the Indian i. Had killed. It to add to the danger,.and Serita Irig of my sit oration i discovered that i had but one charge of powder left i could make but one shot and then if attacked by Nuin Liers j to murmured a a let me Direh Eforoi am tempt i should be entirely in their Power d Etor de beyond my Feo Lri it Rerigh his heart 1 mined to do the beat with what i had i must not to broken also and As the color Pori red in my last Chorgo of powder and put Suart an old year ago at a dinner party in Glasgow Thero was present a lawyer of Rathor Sharp pro Atice fond of giving toasts or sentiments. After the cloth had been removed and tho bottle with Drew to the Liger of the drawing room All but one. Very Plain old maid. She remained he Hirid arid ris fhe conversation he Gan to got a Little masculine our Friend of the Long Robe was anxious to get rid of the a a Vincient a and for this purpose rather pre maturity asked thrum is tho privilege of giving a Toast. This being granted he Rose and gave the old Toast of a a honest men and Bonny tho Toast was drank with All Honor when the Drime. Who was sitting next the lawyer Rose from her Serit gave the lawyer a poke in the ribs with the end of her. Finger and after having said a a or. A a that Toast neither applies to you nor me a Levi tho room. trick of a Newport nil and tho Rey. J. G. Wood relates the following Story. 1 a. A a a a Newfoundland dog belonging to a work Quot Man was attacked by a Small pugnacious Bull dog which sprang upon the Uno fending Cri nine Gia it and after the manner of Hull dogs a pinned him by tho nose and Thorn Hung in Spito of All endeavours to Bhakti it off. However the big dog happened to Fri i Cleto of one and spying a painful of boiling tar he hastened toward it arid deliberately lowered his foe into the hot Rind viscous Bull dog Lead never calculated on such a reception and made its escape As fast As. It could inn.,the military a Little Torito year old boy was being put to Bod his Moth or said to Liim / a kiss Mamma Good night a lie at first refused and then inquired. A do lieutenants kiss their mammas a a Why do you ask that my dear a a inquired the astonished Materna Paront. Quot a a a a a cause in a lieutenant of our comp Ririe Joo Walsh is Captain in a being assured that it. Vas not beneath his a official dignity to a kiss Mamma Good night a he thus saluted her Rind was put to bed. Beautiful a Jjo Antifas Ling end illustrating the blessedness of prior Fri it Ming our duty at whatever Cost to our own inclinations a Hoa pitiful. Vision of Rieur Sriv Ioui Quot had appeared to i Monk arid in silent Bliss he was gazing upon it. The hour arrived in. Which it was his duty to feed thu poor of the oonvorit., Fri lingered not in Liis cell to enjoy tho vision hut left it to Peff bran his irim Dlo duty. When he year Inri to to and the vision still waiting for Liim uttering those words a Chr dist thou staid i must have a. Quot. Crime to thai White face again he Laid her softly Down with Orio Long parting kiss upon her forehead Rind so left her a griping yet Iri tho Shadow unseen by them he saw crinoline come out. In the lamp lit Hall and Lay her hand upon his brother sarm and ills Hiriart blood still As Jasper Bent Hie head above that hand and kissed it. They spoke in whispers arid he could not Hoar their words but thai moaning of that interview web Plain to him of to thought so oud White and cold. And trembling he Laririt upon tie Little Gat Post with a deadly Fairi Triss Iri his heart. He could not move even when Tio saw Jasper coining rapidly towards him and so they were beside each other in a moment. William in exclaimed Jasper in confused Liaf tremulous voice which Yot had a Ringqu happiness in Ita tones a a William a a this you Are you Goi Ugin a _ a a not now i am not Well a William had just strength Renough to sri i / _ his brother twined his Arm around his Waist in a a come with me then a he said a i have something to to �0u perhaps you Gnoss what it is already think every a no must know How Well love Quot a there was i fearful struggle in poof William s breast but to kept silence and did not it inst away the firm that entire led him. A ,. A a and so a continued Jasper a a although i Havre been so wild and so Little deserving of a Pura Young heart like hers i have somehow Wim it and to night she gave me the Sweet Promise that she would be i Niue Rind l am going to Load a different life will Ond study hard and make both Fame Rind Fortune and just yet we Are to toll no one Siave her sister rid yourself and i am to go to the cite and come Bank to claim her a Sriri i Abri what i to her Bri Baad her Parer its can no longer Call me wild and undeserving and Niy Orin Aro As proud of me As they Noyo Tore of you Fri will Tell them1 All arid you shall , and we shall he too Happy together Ashall we not will a. And Williaim forced his broken heart to is Verice audanswered�?�?otes.�?T. I along that night lie struggled with his Guny standing m the cold Midnight h Eside is chamber window whence he could. Seo the White stones of the. for Rij the whiter sri Iris Vuu Iqba Tay about them. He , rigid he inside Rise to would Caroline or Jas Panhow should they guess his be Grid not Surpri eted tii Birs Fie smiled beside her like a Happy child an i a a palitto while she left them and when sha1 kissed Hythe red Sunrise oud the blessed be Happy ririii., lip brother would. By Jed to a Eta purer and Hilior life and Bis toothed would we Eri no lop go re to he Grid Nono should Ever know of tho Oross Whin had been Laid ,. At last the slumber under those White Gravo at nos would a Fet the Mono Welcome and tho Elains Waluch bound Liis be dirt. To i Atli More a easily broken. And Thon As he thou gift of her. In Hor pure Beauty Oast Down tho Martyr and sobbing Forth a a a but i thought she loved me i of my god 1 i thought she Loyod me 1�?T How aug Nima Olf upon tho floor and Laid Thoro until thou gravestones and the Whito now Wero to a a a la a toil Ait Tmea Imi irl tia Ham fld on that Christmas prior nigh when were ringing for Church a stranger occupied the Little pulpit and there were hushed voices arid softened footsteps in the parsonage where the Young minister Lay very near tho Gates of death Rind weeks passed by before the Shadow of his former self stood at the Little window looking out upon the Grav stories in the churchyard and wondering if life would always by so dreary. As lie gazed Fri saw a woman a form amongst the Graves walking to and fro and looking up from time to time towards tho window it was Gray Twilight but the outline of. Her form told him that it was Caroline and the sight confirmed n Resolution formed during those Days of convalescence. He would leave tho country and go far away to some Heathen land As a missionary Jio would be a wanderer upon tho Earth Ltd a homeless lonely Many seek Ngy Only the Good of others and weaving for himself no tender ties. Life would die there and be buried by Eav Agri hands or lie uncured for on some desert spot until tho wind had bleached his Bones and the beasts of tho. Forest had made a Danity meal upon his flesh but not for All the world would he remain where Fri could daily meet the woman whom in Brief Days it would to guilt to love. As he turned from the window with this thought at his heart lie saw Jasper standing close beside Liim. His Faco was glowing with Joy and he clasped his brother about the Waist in his. Own . A a a you Are Well now will a lie said softly a a and i May talk1 to you again May i not ? j can to Hurt you now. She will be my wife Nixt sunday if you Are Strong enough to marry us and i Havo just told my Mother and she is crying in her Sowri room is women always will on such occasions. Come will make Effie mine next William Betsworth gave a great Start and clutched his brother sarm. A Effie la he cried a a you do not mean Effie a a who Elso should i mean a laughed Jris per. A a you have not forgotten a a Effie and not Caroline a faltered Wil Liam. Quot Jasper stared at him in amazement a you Novor thought so who said a a How think otherwise a gasped William a a i saw you kiss her hand. You never told me a a i kissed her hand because she had been so kind to us so hopeful of our happiness and so trustful of my Good intentions a said Jasper. V of Wir will i begin to understand All now 1�?� and Jasper folded his brother to his heart Rind held him there As a her infant. Into my Musket fifteen slugs and then waited for the approach night feeling conf a it of an attack. A a. A night came on Rit Longti a Beautiful i Moonlight night it was too. And this favor rid me greatly is i would to Able to observe tho movement of the Enri my As they approached Ray Cabin. It was some two hours after Nightfall arid As yet i had neither seen or heard a sign of the indians when suddenly was started by the baying of my dog Rit the stable., i knew that the indians wore coming. Thai Fri Bari stood a Little to the West of. The Cabin and Between the two was a Patch of , upon which the Light of tho full Moon fell unobstructed. Judging from the noise at the stable that they would Advance from that direction i. Posted myself at the porthole on that Side of thai Cabin. A a i had previously placed my wife upon the Cross pole in the Chimney so that in Case bur enemies effected an Entrance to the Cabin Sho might climb out through tho Low Chimney and effect Hor escape. For myself i determined not to to Takon Alivo and resolved to sell my. Life dearly. A a with breathless anxiety i watched at the port Hole. At length i saw them emerge from tho Shadow of tho stable and Advance across the vacant ground toward tho one two three great heaven six Stalwart indians armed to the Teeth and urged on by the Hope of revenge. And i alone to oppose them with but one charge of powder. My Case was desperate indeed. With Quick but Stealthy step in close single file they approached and were already within a few Yards of the House when a slight of amp no i or difference in tho movement of Trio Forward in Dian changed the position of the whole six so that a portion of thai loft Side of each was uncovered they Wero All in Rangos one Riim would cover All Quick As thought i aimed Jed fired. As the smoke cleared away i could hardly credit what Iris senses showed me As the result of my shot. The fifteen blogs with which i had loaded my Musket had done to Ioir work Well. Five of the six indians Lay dead Pott the ground and tho sixth had disappeared. A a although and enemy was now. In sight t did not or insure Forth morning. There Lay the bodies of the five indians undisturbed together with tho Rifle of the other. Sriri ring the arms and ammunition of tho fallen indians i followed up the Trail of the missing Onri until it reached the River beyond which Point i could discover no Trace whatever. From tho amount oxblood which marked the Trail together Tveith the unmistakable evidence that to had picked his Way with difficulty i was led to believe that to had been mortally wounded and in order to prevent i tw��g3 and Quot . Twiggs has followed John Tyler to a a traitors grave. Hie treason Wae if the meanest Type which has appeared Thris far in the War. He Plott rid i iniquity months before he openly announced his do Fec Tori and contrived to deliver up our air Iris in Texas with immense supplies to the re Bela. _ it is a pity he has cheated the gab lows of its due. There Are some cannot be forgotten even at tho grave and this was of that sort y Boydjr into Trio iinds of Lis White a had Hie Way to tho River and Fop. Which Imi married his Hoo the of arid thrown Liim Adf into the Currat on the following Sabbath bore him a writs i ,. And it is very. Orig Tajiri that he never went to i a a in he indians had killed my cow and that India or to Riny Othir Distant lend Foi if you you May to ris ured was no Tri filing loss Yot a a a. 1 i i. In i us a to my Donnna prom Fin mor prison age to drive you with i Blacko cd wife were to visit Enrit old would find him Piliere with. _ a a. Whose Christian name is Caroline Rind half a dozen Hildron about his hospitable Hoarth a at. T. Sir indy tis itea.,. Saw ones ugly and a could not find a Beautiful Pomrin Sori Sibri enough to marry. rut for the Hopel Rissley Ril Airi Sisters a a Tai sri Teirs 1�?� Diioro a a Olbrias of women who know that they possess Iris their persons Fri a attractions for Mon thit their capos Are Hrit Velji that their frames Ato ill for Nirid that the Eif Carr Irige is of films arid a that Lyra tevet. May be. Thrier gifts of a find no Man Caff have the slightest Stohre to posses i their prisons. That there Are compensations for these women i have Fri doubt but or Iris of them fail to find them. / Many of Thrim feel that the Sweet eat sympathies of life must to be pressed and there is a world of affection from which they must remain Shat out forever. It is lord for a woman to fool. That her prison. In not pleasing harder than for i Man to feel thus. In my Gratis to my escape from tho mer Oil Oss Sav Rigos i would have Hoon entirely willing to Havo had much greater sacrifices. I was Well provided by Means of arms and ammunition taken from the slain indians in can so of a second attack hut this fortunately proved to be my last adventure with Trio Savages. Not one of tho band had escaped to toll the Tali and Inocito his Brethren Toj Ivonne the death of their comrades. �?�., a Quot a a a la a the old Man while tie tears gushed froth his eyes at tho memory of that eventful night a that was a Glorio riri shot tho Best i made a the hero of this Adver Tufo lived to see tho ride Wilder Ness whore to had pitched his lonely Cabin transformed into smiling Fields and peopled by hardly arid enterprising Pale faces am orig whom his last Days wore passed in a Poco and Plonty a undisturbed by his old time foes. It is Baid that the Avo Rago number of Battles a Soldier goes through is five. To know an old maid who has engagements and Lias powder enough loft for As Many mors by to a Young lady in one of a air a Rural districts was once Home from evening party by a Young Man to whom she was not partial. On taking i leave he remarked a i guess ill come and see you again next sunday a a. A a Well Bill Smith replied the lady Yon Orin come As a Friend but not of a a Feller Bill did riot go either Way. / of a party of visitors were standing a Ftp fore a whole Lorith portrait of the celebrated lord North in full peer s Robes with Cha White staff in his hand. Colman was risked thai meaning of this White wind which no Riniti appeared to understand after a nodding i head for half a minute and affecting to mus Fri said �?oeh7 White Wand 1 done to know egad but. Suppose it represents the North 0� lawyers have Wilri Diery us habit of Iri. Thor Selvek with their clients by speaking in the plural number. A Grint Krimen of the jury a said a luminary of the wristers or out at tho Nio Mont the policeman says he a saw us in the trap i will prove that we wer a locked up in the station House in net at a woman a married Wom riri til Chicago Illinois got angry at her husband Over the Banister Lurf the Staire Landing in the h rail Bol few breaking one of Heij legs. A there you Scondr Rill exclaimed she a now you will have to pay a doctor and a nurse for me 1�?� a. ,. So a an ambitious Young lady was talking very loud and Fust about her favorite authors when a literary Chap asked her if she liked Lamb. With p. Look of ineffable disgust she answered her interlocutor that Sho cared very Little about what she ate compared with knowledge.0�?o Sammy did no to i Tell Yod to lot thab Oats Tail alone a said an angry father to his son who Cas endeavouring to elongate a cat a narrative. U a a v Well whet if you did its old Browne scat and ill yank blazes out of it.a.a surgeon s lately my Fried bisters so that As was remarked at the a Happy nuptials a those who had Leen of Somo Tim past i others in med Cirie to Camov also by. That auspicious event Law As Well. Live and gentleman who stopped night at tho Lake he Tel Killarney. A lately has refuted tho old baying that time and Tido Waits for no Man 1 Job he who would impart Wisdom and knowledge should Duli Grantly seek them his imports should at least Erial Kis exports a Quot the Man who Attora ted. To. Whistle i bar of soap has injured his voice by trying to sing a stave Oft a barrel ice Quot Quot much remains Unsung a Tom. Oat Romar Kud to the brio Bat when it abruptly out Short his serenade. Quot a a. Al it Dot blessed is the we main whose husband has i wonder i leg As she will have but a us stocking to knit.f, a. A it Quot when does night draw near whoa to Tea is removed Lor then night is nigh.�e7"lnwyer�?amanyoupayto.rosousyour estate from others and keep it himself

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