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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - December 18, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaVol. , a or urday december 18/1862. No. 28 a. American Volunteer. Published venny thursday morning by. John b. Bratton. To dollars if paid within tho year and dollars and fifty cents if not paid a within the. Year. These terms will be rigidly and tiered . In . No subscription Dis. Continued until Alfr Aro Jaid a loss Taiho option of the editor. Advertisements accompanied by Thomasn and riot exceeding one. Square will inserted Throo incs fur Olio Dollar a d five qty of Vecenta for each additional insertion. Elioso. Of a greater Longti in a print tag such As Jinn Bills posting Bills pamphlets Blatas labels. A. Ac., executed yith accuracy1 and at the shorts notice. The dying Volunteer. A a 0 Flag around Ino boys a and Lay Down die ,. A Quot Wboro the Enn nou roars around and the carnage rages big a. A Liilo the last thoughts of my country and my Mother of it my god let thy Strong right Arm support her a while she passes a Heath thy Rod. There so Lott age on a Hill Side. A of the Noble a a Prairie state a where a Golden Willow uru Opoku. Over a Little rustic Gate. A a and my Grey haired sire is sitting a with his Niblo of Iii knee. By its Hearth Stone now perhaps for . A a and farther on another still. T but of the ought. What misery Tyiee Deloyed a a treason s Black hand h Ith wrought. But thine is not heart. A that bows in night. Nor thine . Stricken spoil a that looks above for. Light. But Hoyo Strong and Bear pc up. To have hot bled in vain. The Fetters bav6 stricken off a. A will Nch or be forged again. Aud had i now a thousand lives a a id give Uio mall for thee a. My native Ian i my precious Homo. If they Mig it make thee free. Then a a wrap the Ling around boys a the god the White and Brno in every thought and every act a them i have been Truea. Living i fought beneath its folds. A dying my prayer shall be that every Star May typify. A country truly free.,. the Lei lev Cross. A sulty h1th a moral. Quot go ins Ltd lived in the Village a most . Samuel Hollins at least Aih zen Yeats and no doubt the neighbors would have been in Good terms together but Iii a .1alc��3�-�m Tjw peace la ii gains a Samuel. In Rollins bad a pension in Neon it of m wound which lie rho ipod when fighting As a seamen under Ai a viral Nelson at the hat a tie of Trafalgar. Livery week when ipod a Kins went pay Iii vent he muttered Anil grumbled All the Way. There and Brick because his neighbor eur Tild afford pay his rent so a much better than himself. An envious Dis wonted spirit is one of the a a Man cart Foster in his bosom it makes him miserable at Home and abroad it sours his sweetest enjoyments and plauts stinging Nettles in All his paths along the Jup Renej of life. For p. Time Hodgkins growled and Grunt a i led himself but afterwards bin Dishun Lent grew louder till at last it became his Favorito Topie lament his own ill Luck and Tail against those whose Money came in whether they would or Quot not and had nothing else do Lut sit in an easy chair from Morniing Tell night while lie worked his heart out get enough support himself and his Imily i. It monday morning that Hodgkins was civilly behind in his rent walked up or. Starkey a make some excuse forgot paying up what was due when Dio met ills neighbor Ilu Ilins was As clock work Iii his weekly payments. The very sight of Ilu Ilins won As bad As physic Hodgkins As he nodded Iii head in re imply Hull in a salutation looked As surly As a a Bull about run at a Pointer dog. -. Hodgkins entered the Boose and was soon reproved for not paying rent by has landlord or. Starkey Thoj him Bluit his Lieut door neighbor Samuel Ilu Ilins paid up regularly Overy Farthing. A. A yes yes a replied led gains some folks Are born with Silver spoons in their Mouths. Ilu Ilins is a Lucky follow no wonder that he can pay his rent with such a pension As he a a r. A Ilu Ilins Lias a pension it is True a said or. Starkey a but lie carries i pretty heavy a Cross for it. If you bad lost your log As he has done perhaps you ?.id fret More than you do now notwithstanding you might in that ease have a pension a -. In of a 1-�pl�ed Hodgkins. A if i had been if a -�0 c a be Quot Quot a enly years ago if o no l rv0 0n a Good a a Quot la work for me it it i would have got As Niueli by it As Ilu Ilins has contrived get. You Call his a Lio avy a Cross but i fancy that his pension makes u know off a i ? hlm1vthc,1,eavie8t that i know of is being obliged work like a new Gro pay my now air. Stark of was a shrewd Man and possessed a great Deal of. Humor and Well out do Ngn a a King a disp08㍍�n re Pink 1 0 dim i conv a pm 1,inl�?T ifp�?o8ible, that a discontented sphtt.80011 b�00me3 by Llvy aural Felyx Vav lilt a a in. A i am Best Numi a nip Ary disposed make the your be in,k8 trt.0v01-�?T As you think that of innn01,11�?T�01-os3 is so very Light live tin. W Oodo Runke carry Ono much von no Iyo in 8 ave front Liee As Long As a Jou Abule by tho bargain.�?T. What sol of a Oross is it that you Mem put upon my shoulders a inquired . A ?8,i Poar a that it might be something w ugh he would not agree Quot in. Iyo roped , Foto Hing a g0 u1>p of Challe and making a Broad a a a a up Hodgkin a Bali a that is the Oross not sons you a Wear it a will not a Farthing of your 5. A.1 Arst thought that his landlord j Jok 3g, but being is scrod that he 1ud� serious Lio. Told or. Starkey that lie a in a Pur no Loro rout from him for a All h?.8i g War Suomi a Oross As that a tithe Days of his Orfo. I ins la ,"�?T,0.nt Hodgkins chuckling a within a a full u8.k��d Luck and thinking Flint so a a a in Vlk fun dlr re he 1, get him off in by tfx a in pay Lufi Bis rout. Novor was 1 humor than lion Lio oot Rod his . Everything seemed go on right he Langho and joked and seemed in such High spirits that his wife Well know that Holiad been up tho Tan House on a a loopy errand could All account Ful it. A a a _ a Hodgkins having seated himself with his Back the cupboard his Wilb had not seen the Cross on his coat but no sooner did lie turn round pull up the weights of the cuckoo clock than she cried out with a shrill voice a Why Hodgkins where have you Boon a there is a Cross on your Hack a foot Long. You Lyvo been the tavern and some of your Drunken companions i Avo played you this trick make you look Liko a regular Simpleton come stand still and let me rub it off or every lad in tho Village will be laughing at you a. A let it alone said Hodgkins turning quickly round. A i wont have it rubbed off go on mending your stockings and let my coat alone.�?T. A but wont let if alone a replied his Rife a do you think my husband shall net the fool in Tomt manner.? no that Shane ill hive every bit of it off before you stir out of the House a. Hodgkins knew very Well that his wife was not easily turned when she had once set her mind upon a thing so striding across Trio cottage he hastily made his escape banging the him with All his a an ill tempered Vixen a muttered he him a Solf. A i would Lyvo fold her of my Good Luck Ltd Sloe been quiet but now Sho shall know nothing about Leal no Robert a cried old Fallows the Bric Kenyor As Hodgkin s turned round tho Corner a has been playing you a trick ? Why your Back is scored All a Como Liei a and i will give you a dusting a a mind your own Back and let mind alone a said Hodgkins surly making Trio Best of his Way forwards. A a. A a. A or. Hodgkins a cried Little Patty Stevens Thedieck Slert a daughter running after him a if you please there has in nobody been Tea a Iii g a Long score All Down your coat Mother will rub it off for you if you Wil Como buck.�?T, a you and you another had better mind your red Herrings and Trogele a replied in Oil , leaving the Little girl Wildora ing Why did not Stop love his ice Cioa a no no 1 Friend whatever no one else noticed the Oross in Quot a a a n an 1,., ,., done ter Oak. Hodgkin a Back till he got the Blacksmith 1 f a. Old Lawty a Ait i Tua shop where the butene and the Blacksmith , in a Peno i like the present posit a were talking the Butcher cutting a piece of it f Quot 11 no Quot i or Akl no v0&Quot 1 elder make skewers Aud the Black Unith Lett 1 w Dull a a will Bis arms across leaning on the half a u a a he lae move Konro neighbors a a amp will thank you for it. Youv of lurch will door or he slip. A a a a a a j . A ,.Quot a you Are just the very Man i wanted la a Ketuu ii.18 non said the Butcher stopping Hodgkinson Quot la a no is always but before had spoken a in on Werdyn . A if a Man-iioa.-. , old Peggy Tureen Izuno in in her red g,,7uult m cloak and al Eck apron. A passable a Arr or on when a. Pajl. Becomes. Hear me a cried old Peggy Gatoc wingtip my i ill 1 a its ,d.1"n.1 in tile near at her apron in her band a Jbv or. Hodgkins , Over ins your Blekis quite a fright but stand a till a j 1 Uuk of Nunnon and ill Sonti ave a a and us y so Bount. The. Obs Gelo Avha a Hodgkins turned round Tell old <��?��?�1 a a Luck he cannot of course , t.,b?. Nuitt tho of Oaksmith roared out 1t�c,?d. Slu 1 la �?~o�1&Quot ,0.i tho it Nev a Twig. a lie looks like a walking Finger ams a a cried 1 a a 1 Lio akm is ,.v o amp i it. Ils c the in Hsioh Ami twice no away a a said the Blacksmith a i warrant a a a Ive Manly vim Ami health. A i a a a i j i r \ 1 a i a Dumisi issus nov Muro Rix pfc Intro due. Trio a his Asifo has Avorio Rhett fur him . I. A. To i. No 1 a n i nun no Thuiy than the other instinct his wages afire a i there was no other Moth Oil ofic seating Trio a is 1 ,1s in my la a of 11 be s Ond Cheek apron of Peggy Tureen and the laugh 1 a Viu do i a a it la is a Alt a Tingaud jeep ing of the Lutu Librand Luh Ecksmith i a Quot. that of getting off the ground As Flouras he could so. Calling poor Peggy a my Iii Hng i old Hussy and the other ,of Grin j sol Fulcd by old Fallows Patty Stevens tho Blacksmith the Butcher Aud Peggy Tureen a Well is by sir. Johnson and Iii scholars the company at the malt shovel and the landlord and Landlady that determined got soon As he could thinking it hot Torito railed at by his wife than he laughed at by tho whole Village. A Quot no sooner did enter his cottage door than his wife begun a and so you Are come Back Ngi in Are you play the Tom fool ? Here have been half a dozen of your neighbors calling know if you Are not gone out of your mind. If Ever there was a Nodman one. Hull la la put Tomt font in a pail of water or behind tho fire. Before i will have such antics played by a husband of mine. Como pull off your coat. I say pull off your coat a. A a a had ilog Kirin a wife soothed him he might have been Moro reasonable but As it was her words were Dike Gunpowder thrown into the lire a violent quarrel took place words were followed with blows and dashing crashing and. Smashing resounded in the Robert Hodgkins. A the fiercer a fire Burns the sooner it ill it consume the fuel that supports it and Pas a situate people in like manner exhaust their strength by tho Viola no of their anger. When ipod Gatins found that there was no prospects of peace night or Day at Homo or. Abroad either with wife or amongst neighbors and Vii lingers so Long As he continued Wear his Cross lie of his own Accord rubbed it from Bis Back. A a the next monday Hodgkins wont up the Rauhouse betimes with a week s rent Iii Iii hand. A Alt Robert a said or. Starkey slinking his Bond a i thought you would soon repent of your i arg in. It is a Good tiling .encourage disposition Anil not , nor unnecessarily Repine a at the troubles which god had been pleased Lay upon us. Lot Titis Litto affair a lesson us both for depend upon it,. never commit a greater mistake than when imagine trials of others he Light and our ran Criifses. be heavier than those of our neighbors. Godliness whl.contentment is great Kain. A a a. The massacre in mix seson tie Case iof tho Conder aned indians. Liing Fellows he turned tie first Corner lie name feeling the Cross on Bis Laek a great Deal heavier than he had expected find poor he Lek ins seemed Tenet with Noth ing hut ill in Uek for just before got tho school All the scholars ran boisterously into the Road Ripe and ready for any kind of fun that could be found. Hodgkins was ill Teni Perez enough before but when saw All tie boys 1ml Loo Iii and spreading tie solves along the Road he was in a terrible taking expecting Overy moment hear a shout from them on account of the Cross on his Back. This took plaice directly after and fifty Young rogues full of frolic and fun waving their clips and following Hodgkin a shouted As loudly As they could bawl a a look at his Back a a Hodgkins was in a fury and would perhaps have done Sonie mischief his Young tormentors had it not Boon for tho sudden appearance . Johnson the schoolmaster at that moment came out of the schoolroom. The boys gave Over their hallo oing for Hodgkins directly told or. Johnson Tomt a they wore a impudent set of Young Jackan Apos a and everlastingly in mischief Ltd heard the uproar among the Hoys Aud caught a a limps of Hodgkin a Back replied mildly that would never encourage anything like impudence in his scholars but that perhaps Hodgkins was not aware of the cause of mirth he assured him Tomt had so Large a Clolk Mark on his Hack that it was enough provoke the merriment of older people than his Hoys and advised him by All Means if he wished being laughed it get rid of it is soon As possible. Hodgkins said peevish by that his Back was a nothing nobody and muttering himself walked on feeling Bie Cress be heavier than Ever. The reflections which passed through Hiing King a mind were not of the most agreeable description. It was sure a rare thing live rent free but if every Man woman and child in the Village were be everlasting tormenting him there would be no peace from morning night. Then again even if his neighbors got used the Cross on his Back and said nothing about it knew Tomt his wife would Novor let him rest. On the whole the More he considered about it the More was he disposed think that the bargain was not quite so Good a Ono As lie at first Ltd taken it . As Hodgkins went on toward the malt shovel saw at a distance his landlord or. Starkey and directly after his great consternation Nighbor Samual Ilu Ilins Canto stumping along with his wooden log in company with Harry Stokos tho Carpenter. Now hairy Stokes was quite the Village wit and Hodgkins dreaded nothing More than laughed at by him in the presence of Samuel Ilu Ilins. Iii first thought was pull off his eat but then what would or. Stark of say that not knowing what else do took Rofugio in tho malt shovel but soon found tho House too hot hold him for when those wore drinking there Bogan the Cross on his Bank both tho landlord and Landlady declared that no customer of theirs a Hurld Mado a laughing Stock in their House Whilo they had the Power hinder it. Tho landlord got tho Olthos Brush and tho Landlady a wet sponge and Hodgkins was obliged make a Hasty Retreat secure his coat from the sponge and tho clothes Brush of his persevering friends. Whon a Hodgkins left Homo intended go a neighbouring Village about some work which 1,10 had do but his Tompor had been �.i.i,.f.nce and Philadelphia daily closing an Alti Iilo in regard .the rebellion says a tors Lould have been the care Ouie intelligent and ii flue initial among us Tomt in Overy part of tho Union the people should lie Thor a nug Lily educated in All the citizens mid made know Luhv enjoy and exercise those rights which constitutional intended secure every one. Intelligence and virtue Are the chief pillars of tie Temple of Liberty and virtue Are unless they diffused whole Laud Anil made influence the sentiments and action of All men,.How can porn Cut Ato our free institutions it lots Boon Well and truly said that a righteousness exalt coh a nation a Aud it is. Only by Correct Deport moot and the exercise of truly Christian feeling that can Hope Prosper my make thase. Whu shall come after us worthy of a heritage of freemen. Tho following protest against presidential Incoy in the Caso of tho three Hundred ians Convis of participating in the i Yesota outrages signed by senator Wilkinson arid representatives Aldrich and win Dom was sent tho president on tuesday a. Wasiqi Noton december 3, 1s02 the. President of the United slates a. Sir Hnyp Learnett indirectly that you intend . Pardon or reprieve a Large majority of the Minnesota Ylio Lyvo been formally condemned for their pal Peipu. Tio Nieft tho brutal massacre of our people in the months of August and september last. If your purpose is representatives from Tomt so Tate beg leave most respectfully .protest against it and we do so for tho followingrea8ons a these indians were condemned most of them upon the testimony of women whom they Ltd carried into Captivity after having murdered their fathers Hub turds and Brothers Anil word treated by these i Dinits with a brutality novel known before in this country nor equalled in the practices of tie most Quot barbarous nations. There were nearly ninety Fonro captives. They were the wives and daughters of nut neighbors and wore intelligent and. Virtuous women 1 Simio of them were wives and mothers others wore Young and interesting girls. A these Savages whom you propose cd and y 11 a a r execute tvo clemency whet the country. Was a quiet Ami tho Farmers e busily engaged in gathering their crops arose with fearful a violence and travelling from one farm a must. To another indiscriminately murdered til the nmn buys and Little evil dry a Thoy came and although they sometimes spared the lives of the. Motors and daughters they did so Only Tonko Thein into a eap Timity. Tubich was infinitely worse than death. or. President,.letfusrelate you some facts with which tear you Here Kolbre been Madd acquainted. A. A those As understand you propose Pardo and set free Lyvo murdered Iii Colin blood nearly or quite one thousand it four people. Ravaged Wiir Frontier for a distance of Mure thanti one Brundred and fifty Miles North mid South burned tho houses of the settlers and driven from their Homos Moro than ten thousand of Nur Poplo they seized and carried inti Captivity nearly one Hundred women and girls and in nearly every instance treated Tolj a a with tho most fiend Isle brutality. 3f a a a. To show Yon Yir i he of Noil mity of those outrages we beg Loay Pito Stato a few facts which lire Woll known into our people hut Dol Icoy forbids that we a should mention the the parties a imn refer. ,. In one instance of ten or twelve of those indians visited the 0jloj-Jo of a worthy Farmer Avo it the \ .mfrnwvpii�?Tgiigad Irli Bis stars in stacking wheat. Tui a Stathi in approached the place where this honest Fanner was at work and seizing their Opportunity shot tho father and his sons at the stack. They thou wont relic House killed Little children in the presence of their Mother was. Quite ill of consumption and they then took the sick Mother and Beautiful Little daughter thirteen years of age into Captivity lint this is not All nor is it tho Mostny Palling feature of this Nivft-1 tragedy. Its Luigi or is yet revealed. After Esb unhappy prisoners a Lodge which was some Miles away,.these fiends incarnate phoning a guard Over the body of the weary and. Exhausted Mother took he Little girl outside of tho Lodge removed All her clothes Anil fastened her upon her Back on tho ground they then commenced their work of brutality upon tho body of the Young girl. Ono by Ono they violated Lar person unmoved by. Her cries or unchecked by the evident signs of her approaching dissolution. This work was continued until her Ilei teeny father relieved her. From suffering. aft her dead upon Ului round. This Oul Rago was committed within a few feet of a sick dying Mother. A. There is another instance of a a years of ago. We knew her an lit the Timo of her captures Sho was As refined and Beautiful a girl As we had in the a your petitioners but submit that it is Ltd taste indeed that it. Is in tartly unbecoming them interfere in matters with which they Aro so Little acquainted and which relate the Security of our own people. We protest against the Pardon of these indians because if it is done tho indians will Bucom o More insolent and cruel Lii they Over were before believing As they certainly will believe Tomt their great father f Washington either justifies or is afraid punish them for their crimes. _ we pretest against it because if the president does riot permit these executions Tako place forms of. Law the outraged people of Minnesota will dispose of these wretches without Law. These favo people cannot live together Ive do not wish see mob Law inaugural Tod in Minnesota As it certainly will if you1 a Force tho people it. In e. Tremble at the approach of . A condition in our state. A. You can give us peace or you can give us Lawless violence. To Pray you sir in View of All that we have suffered and of the danger a which still awaits its let the Law be executed a let Justice . Done our with High respect we tire your obedient ,. A. M. S. , a. Ovid s a Muir a. A w. Wisdom. fur peaks a the Fily Swiss Mountain and sole Peak of tho High Alps tii defy the ability and daring of Man Scalo it and which top is stir Sirito with virginal Snow is that called the matterhorn. A attempt was made reach it inst summer by or. Whimper tin English member of the Alpino club. Ill cacti Oil Point than had hitherto been reached but an accidental fall which May truly door ipod As Ono of tho a scapes from instant death on record caused Jim abandon All further assaults on tho. Virgin Summit. In ascending flite. Mass of ice , or. Whimper was none was com Pelloni. In one place out Searles of Steps in the ice. Knowing there was no further difficulty of film kind be feared left Bis Hatchet Beli Ineil him and Oil returning from his but Pleil attempt mount he found his horror Tomt Iii Steps were gone. Tho Sun Thom Amity. As his Hatchet be Legried Over tho precipice Anil began prod at the ico wit i his a Penstock. Spiro Snow gave Way and rolled Over the ledge grazing his face and. Body on the Rooks and. Ridges crash crash Down tho sides of no Liam a if feet deeply a Happy Chance die was caught in rough bed on the Crest of a precipice scarcely equated in the Alps Rind Talmre remained for an instant stunned and bleeding though riot seriously Hurt. He is slowly re a a of Orang Shock Aud from his few Days later professor . Or. Whimpers tools and experience were placed at his disposal set off full of Confidence and courage. But hts cedi Jig. Ail d Pridu Nairce were Xea try vain. Again Ifrid again lie risked his life. Higher than any Ono has Ever been up the poncho crept and climbed higher than i. Whimper bit the Bice press of tho highest Peak repulsed him Aud tho undaunted but unsuccessful Mountaineer left tho matterhorn unsealed. A timely scrub Beni Ahi Gaii a water a soap a towels a Quick 1 a a Brush get Nee his tooth Brush Nail Brush scrubber anything of 1 fill his Mouth plaster it iut the Nasty filthy stuff a hold him. James hold his Mouth opon head Hack a fast Jamos 1�?T and All this in a perfect tempest of excitement and hastily throwing a Towel a around tho boy arid rolling up her sleeves she entered upon the til Caixing operation a. A a a a Good gracious miss Osborne what is tho matter ? you re. Going on a Rufful a said Abirad hardly knowing whether laugh or cry at the strange has lie Hurt himself miss Osborne a ventured inquire. James holding the struggling boy Iri a Sfirri grasp. A has begot tie tooth Ciao Wonit ails you Willie. A tobacco James Toh Reeo a eagerly resumed mrs Osborne. Quot our Hoy Oto Willie chewing pig Tail 1�?had-his Mouth full Teeth All Blacks Tongue All dirty breath a. Pah shall. I Cor get it clean and in went the snap and. The dipping Brush until tie child a Mouth looked like a shaving pot and. Lib was nearly efforts resist the offensive application a a a hold still child hold still she exclaimed a soaps clean hut tobacco Isnit All Fth dirty Poison stuff 1�?T-. Hold still i la scrub it off if i can. Shore now rinse your Mouth rinse it Well gargle the water in your threat a and the Mother suffering the flurry . Subside Sank chair. Tho Turco witnesses stood by amazed. A. A a if Ever i seed Silt ii i Moi said miss Abigail As she returned laughing her Crook ing stove. A a so Ripe a healthy they say. It a cures bile a remarked James dryly As lib proceeded his Ordinary routine of business a hut i declared taint so pleasant have it chucked Down your Throat at that rate.�?T. Rinse it Well Willie a said his Mother a take plenty of Wator a three four. A dozen there was no Meed of Thutt Elmr tuition for More rinsing s and gurgling than could he counted were necessary Tako the taste of that Strong coarse soap out of the poor child s Mouth. , after gasping find swallowing innumerable he re Elvored his speech while tears of ringer fright Surprise or shame or perhaps All tag Ether flowed freely Down Iris Cheeks a you re too had Mother you Uriost killed me at ally twits a twas tobacco child Bacey that a what it was Rind that s crib ugly no mint Tor How much they Honey and sweeten it up Tycas of tho fill in poisonous Weed in my Willie s Mouth. you think father la slur Ithmal years ago and soon after the Antiri Evenso Law wont into Force in the Green Mountain state a traveller,.swppod at a hotel and called for a Glass of brandy.-. A done keep it a said the landlord a forbidden by Law sell liquor of any a tho Deco you Are a said the stranger in cred Emsly. A a a a such is the Friot a said the landlord a i done keep a then bring your own bottle a said tho traveller with decision a you need not me that you keep that Faco of yours Iri repair on water.�?T. A the landlord laughed heartily and brought Iii. Private bottle. A. Romantic love tis past the hour of Midnight. The Golden Gill of Day a when yesterday drove his emblazoned Chariot through the heavens 1ms ceased shining on tho Earth and a Black pall feigns Over tho Linver Section of our City. 1 nothing is heard save the Distant step of tho melancholy Hill poster As he pursues his Homo Ward Way suddenly a sound monks the stillness it is the voice of Frederick William calling a plaintive tones upon his beloved Amelia. A a throw open the lattice love and look Down upon the easement for i your dear a i Vdorick am-hero.�?T. A. A what brings Olieo. It this Timo of the night when All. Is till and gloomy ?. I come offers thee my heart. Upon my soul a love thee truly wildly passionately Lovo thee. Dost thou Reci Provato ? the Maiden blushed As she hesitated. A a a cried lie and the face of our hero lit up with a sardonic Smilo a thou Lohosf another a no no no a cried Florence. _ a then Why not Rush this bosom that is bursting receive thee a. A because a replied the innocent hut still trembling Damsel a i am undressed a. Hoys in Public meetings is Gotting tin Art and so ionic. Billy Ross is a great Temporo Neo lecturer and nth Isle Ville Illinois was preaching tho Young on Luis favorite theme. He said _ a now Hoys when i ask you a question you Musnit afraid speak right out and answer me. Whon you look around Aud Seo All these Fino houses farms and Dattlo do you Over think owns them All now.?�? a your fathers owns them nil do they not a a yes sir a shouted a Hundred Voles. A Woll whore fathers he Twenty years from now a a dead 1�?T. A that right. And will own nil this pro Proty Thota a. A us boys a a a. A right. Now toll did you Evor in go ing along tho streets notion tho drunkards lounging around tho Saloon doors waiting for somebody treat them ? a 4 yes 8�r lots of Thorn a a Well were will Thoy in Twenty years from now. A dead a of claimed Trio boys. A and will Trio drunkards Thon 1�?T a us boys in Billy was thunderstruck fora Momont. Hut recovering himself tried Tell the Hoys How escape such a Fate. Stale. None had More or better friends no one was More worthy of them Tom n Sho. Sho was taken captive by these indians her arms were tied behind her and Siim Wall tied last tie ground and ravished by Simno eight or ten of these convicts refer the cords were a loosed from her limbs. This girl Fortu i Ritey lived testify against the wretches Eliji if fld violated her. Without being More specific we will state that All All the women were captured were violated in this Way. A a 1. Again there was a Little Hoy brought st. Paul whose father and Mother had been murdered Whoso life was spared is a witness of tho horrid Ria Ture of this Iii right out it had fallen from its socket find perished on his Cheek. His Little Sisters aged respectively 6 and 4 years wore also saved but a Jap an awfully mutilated condition. Their tender arms had been mangled with the Savages knives and otherwise fearfully wounded and left on tho ground for dead. Or president there was no justification or pretext oven Fot these brutalities. We state what know when we say that the Sioux agent major Galbraith of has Laboured faithfully and efficiently fur tho welfare of these indians. Tho , As you know Lias built a House and opened a farm for Overy one of these indians would reside Puim and cultivate it. Missionaries is our worthy Bishop can testify have Laboured Zeal risky among them for their spiritual welfare. There hat been paid them yearly the interest upon ?2,000000. Farming implements have been purchased and Farmers have Boen employed by tho government improve and Eul Alvato their lands. To lies indians Are called by Sonto prisoners of War. There was no War about it. It was Whol Salo robbery rape and murder. Those indians wore not at War with their Murdo Rcd people of Minnesota or. President have stood firm by you and by your administration. They have Given both you and it their cordial support. They Livo not Viola .o�?�11 say stranger a said a cottage Urchin a Yankee Pedler a doubt yet1 whistle that or dog a Why. To Hainet no Uso he a too age a. A of but saves Heap of a a Why always licks the plates and dishes so clean that they never want washing Rind Mammy say s she part with him , for our new dog ainu got used ,.hop Quot a Samuel my. Darling a said. A. Fond Mother her son a in be not soon your Book for several Days or More where is it a a i know Widero it _ a Well where a. A Why its Only in test a Little Kinder in the barn or round nut doors Summers i guess pm raps up Garret or behind tie a j3qr a Man proposes and god disposes a said a pious aunt her Over confident Niece. A let a Man propose me if dare a was the response a and ill dispose of him according my own views Asho suits of a Young lady was thrown from a Carriage Rind on being asked where Sho was injured most innocently replied a Down at the Surprise party when Tom Skillman went heme with another girl.�?T. Jjo a witty dentist having Labo Redin vain extract a tooth from a lady s Mouth gave up the task with he felicitous apology a Trio fact is Madam it scents impossible for anything Brit. Como out of your the tooth Are friends that always get with tears and gone Rully lose with a groan. By. A. T Hoji wag Fri unanswerable Pilj did Rio like Ovon think about it. So. Us us other by this time had resumed �.#sual Tranquility wiped Trio boys face a be Dirig him in risk the sitting soom Fin a Kofl re a is amps Hin. A a Ltd a Quot ,��?T11/ a lies la say Avi hic that Lic ashamed mortified that a child of do such a Courso vulgar dirty thing. Hell shy that he is grieved that you knowing what his practice Are about the use Baleo should go contrary his wishes Anil disobey and Dishonour him by chewing lies la he surprised perfectly astonished that after what was said upon the solid act Only tho other night you should slyly and deceitfully commit such a fault. Willie lies la under stand now arid so shall Why you did. Not join the society in school and Why you. Were not willing remain and hear your teachers lecture 0 Azillie my Sony dear child i would hot have believed it possible that you should have acted so the Menthor was silent a arid her Taco was sad. Willie stood looking earnestly into , tho i tears rolling Down his Cheeks. A a a december work. A a Rouse tho blazing Midnight Firo a roup tho crackling faggots higher. Stern december , a withold. Win torn a blustering rout.�?�. Kirk Wii it. The growing so Rison is now Over. Thed leads and Trees Are denuded of their Beauty and verdure Banff the. Forests arid the Onee Beautiful landscapes look desolate arid dreary. No trill grass or wavering Grain floats in the breezes Quot no bleating Flooks and lowing herds Ream cheerfully Over the Green pastures _ no Busy hands Are seen in the Fields wielding tie plow or the Spado tho sickle or the Fork lint the glory of auth Ltd has faded away and tie old year has Laid off her Beauty and Lovo uness and is wrapping herself in the winding Sheet of Snow., with inst Farmers in Liis lit it do the rip oration s of tie Field a rive been completed for this year and we dict Virji Gin by consuming the. Products of tho farm Liny Straw Corn stalks coarse Grain a it total tsp pre mls a for doth cd Bei Sori and for rising Otho of crops. A fur several months past tho Fri me. Has been collecting Revenue from the Fieldsa a Reiou iteration for his labor several months Jenme care should he exorcised see that an honest account and practice also is kept with the. Soil and nothing be lost Tjit. Properly belongs it air Emu be ratio no for Trio crops that a Ribas produced. Animals Aro now in Winter quarters and the chief business for this month unless the weather is very favourable a will be care for. The Stock retain All the Fleri that has been warm weather save All their , and do thrashing Grain where it has already be ii done. Ventilation or . Oct for most men life picks its Way through chances As a pod Ostrian through a thoroughfare. A Watty Morrison a scotch Clergyman was a Man of great if and humor. A on a certain occasion lie entreated an officer at fort go org Pardon a poor fellow Quot that was sent the Hal cart. The officer offered Grant his request if Tould in return Grant a him the first favor he would ask. Or Morrison agreed . This and the officer immediately demanded that the ceremony of baptism should be performed on a Puppy. Trio Rillor Gyman a toed it and a party of gentle Riffen ass Miled fitness the novel a or Morrison desired the offi coi hold rip the dog As was necessary in the baptism of Quot children and Raida 1 a As i am a minister of Scotland i must proceed according . The ceremonies of the Church. Quot a certainly a said tho major a in want All the ,. A Well then major i begin by the questions do you acknowledge a yourself he the father of this Puppy a Quot. A a Roar of laughter Hurst from tho crowd Rind tho officer threw the candidate for baptism away. Cal oht.a new York hotel keeper gives As an excuse for the act tho want of Small change issued four thousand dollars Worth of hinplaster8, fearing pm Rikiso edition As indicated in a recent note from tho Treasury department he called in his notes giving in Exchange bankable Money thinking he had redeemed All he Lead issued he counted his Stock and found that he had cashed five thousand dollars Worth and a Large amount still in outside hands. Moro Tuan half of Tomt redeemed on examination proved he Conn ter Felt. A while Many Farmers ventilate too largely others do not ventilate enough and some not at All. A moments reflection will convince almost any okie of tho great importance of furnishing animals with a Good Supply of pure air. go into a stable and tho ammonia arising front the manure makes our dyes smart or if the air appears at All do pure rim rest assured that there is. To Defi Cion. By of pure air and the health of animals will seriously affected if ventilation is riot a More perfect. A. ,. A -. I frequently step into the stables of hotels it nil in 4110 morning the stench impunity of the air is enough Sii Iken a healthy horse Iri on hour. is no wonder it All that there Are so Many sick horses where so Largo a number Are confined within a Small stable where Ventilio Jpn is very imperfect hut it is a great wonder that Thoy do not die right out from being confined in such impure a apartments. A a a ii Puro Rizir. In stables always uses. To . A pct --Ziileaif,the�n., an opening Over head tha foul air will escape and pure air will take its place whereas if there Are nothing hut Small cracks or Othor aperture a in the sides of the building the a Tiirik will become very foul in a Short time. Let tho. Cracks be Well battened and let the doors be fitted tight Rind alien Cut a Hole from three four feet Square in the floor Over i head and if the building is not a spacious i one there should be a ventilator at the top of the roof. Stables should have windows also in tho sides or behind Trio horses for admit Ting tho Light Anil he thrown opon when tie weather is not freezing cold. When the Manger or rack is formed against the outside of the stable it Good arrangement have a Small dark window before each horse which will slide open and shut easily so that Friob horse May thrust his nose out when desires and inhale the fresh air. Great caution should exercised in ventilating stables that the Anniti Iris lie not a current of cold air. Currents of cold air should allowed enter a. Stable through Largo pricks in. The floor As horses will most a old when thus exposed. When the weather is not freezing Enlil windows should opened and. Sometimes the Deor also. Sunday considerations. It Quot a Wing upon visiting a Odiehl museum was shown some dwarfs and other specimens of mortality All preserved in alcohol. A Well a Bifid How i never thought the dead could in such spirits. Support. A a ,. Tod Law. They Lyvo borne these sufferings with a Pati Eneo such As but few people Evor exhibited under such extreme trial. Those indians Aro Nowat their mortify hut our people have not risen up Slaughter Thorn be Causo Thoy Boli ovo that their president Wou Deal with them Ato Are told or. President that a committee from Pennsylvania Whoso families Are living iian ily in pleasant Homos in Tomt Stato have called upon you and petitioned you Pardon those indians. To Lyvo a High Rose act for Trio religious sentiments of bit3 tho setting Sun stretches Iii rods of Light across tho landscape and hebrew in Egypt smites the Rivers and the Brooks and they become As blood. Trio empty Radlo of dead infancy is perhaps a sadder sport Solo than the coffin. Fly get into no quarrel or fight with a Hluzek guard Liko chaff Isnit Worth thrash ins _. Cd Matrimony is a sort of Choss Gamo in which Many a poor woman gots fool mated rs5&Quot drunkenness which is called Trio Lic setting sin of Trio ago is Loro peculiarly the besetting Orio. Oct3-surely Tomt nmn May envied Olio can eat pork chops for supper and sleep without a Grunt. Tt1 caught in her own net a As tho Man said when he saw our of the fair sex hitched Fly a now my child i Hopo you Willbo Good so that i shall not Lyvo whip you a if you must whip any Ono,.yoii�?Td Bott or whup our of your size. It last Winter it is said a cow flouted Down tho Mississippi on a piece of ice and became so cold Tomt silo ims milked nothing hut Iuo Orcas Ever Sinco Ozta women first resorted tight lacing a prove men hew Woll they could hear squeezing. A c7�?o tho potors Burglin express boasts Tomt a rebel Sharp shooter nti mud Jay Slot four Yankees in . He must be a pop Pius Jay. Of what you Are. This is the first step towards becoming bettor than you Are. A Ozta Ono of the Saddest descriptions give of a household is that the master of it a generally goes out of an dz/3�?T a Noble mind disdains gain its pleasure from another Spain. Does every animal Lyvo a comfor Tahlo Protection from tho pinching cold and pelting storms if they do not rest assured that their proprietors Are Dossing Money faster than they Are aware of. Put calves in an apartment by themselves especially at night where they can be Well fed and where they can Lio Down and a comfor Tahje. A few Hundred feet of boards and Throe hours work will Iyako Quot a Comfort ble shelter for half a dozen ii lives. Let Taeni he fed with the finest Quality of Bay and Sonio Cut Cornstalk and Cut Straw with about one quart of Mcnol each daily and lot them love a Good bed of and All Young horses Flint have Good Teeth like Oats until Rrishel Cut up about an. Inch Iii length and moistened with water. This is. A very economical Node of feeding Oats Youn g horses and i Flink it is preferable thrashing and cleaning them Aud feeding them separately from the Straw. A when Thero Are a few weak Ana. Feefe sheep let them separated from the flock and placed by tho solves where they will a receive a Little of Trot it Tentou. A a see that store hogs inv a. A Good nest warm and dry As they will not thrive Well _ when exposed the wot and cold Winter. Lot every Domestic animal have Access at All times Good writer that is near by. When they Are compelled go a Furlong or As Many cattle log they often Dirik too much which gives them tho Folio. Cut Down Timber Tor saw logs this month and let tho Trees fall on a mall logs that they May he ready Mill when the first Snow Falls. When tho ground is not Frozen labourers May. Work advantageously and profitably it picking Stone and other obstructions from Trio loaf Iowa. When horses Aro not exercised in Somo Way daily let them turned Loose in the open Field for a few hours of they Are inclined face about incessantly attach a piece of Large rope about three foot Long one of the fur feet. All animals need exorcise everyday in the open air and Ovon when tho we theris quite cold if not Stormy Hoy Liko opt in the Field or Yard. Let Trio manure of tho horse Atabelo be spread around the Yard and suffer it not remain in a Heap and a potatoes assorted if it has not he ii done already and lot a Fow bushels of the Best and fairest of them put in barrels for seed and the in Orst inoes filled with dry by Liis precaution Good seed will secured. And dares affirm that it is not As important secure the Best potatoes for seed As Woll As the Best ears of Indian com a a like begets f

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