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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - December 25, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA a your Gount Kyd May it always be i quilt but Rig it. Or wrong our vol. 49. Carlisle pa., thursday december 25, 1862. No. 29. American Volunteer. Published every thursday morning by w Johst b. Bratton. Terms. X dollars if paid within tho Vona and two dollars and fifty. Cents if not paid a i Tenn the year. These terms will to rigidly adhered to in every instance. No subscription die Iusti Nudd until All arrearage Are paid unless at me option of tho editor. A advertisements accompanied by the can and Jot exceeding Ono Square will to inserted three vines for Ono Dollar and Twenty five conts fore Aoh additional insertion. Those of a Groat or length in proportion. A a. A r Job printing such As Iland Bills posting Bills Fri Phletus Blanks labels it Ficq. &c., exec Tod with Yuruy Aud at the shorts notice. 0 Good night. Downward sinks the setting Sun soft the crowing fall j. Lilit is Hying. Day is dying a. -. Darkness st Aleth Over All a. Good night autumn in nors in her stores treasures of tho fading a leaves Are dying a Quot winds Aro sighing whispering of tho Winter near a a. Good night youth is vanished manhood wanes age us Forward shadows throw a Day. Is dying. Years Are flying Quot life runs Onward to the close a a Good night the Sucre o i Guise lust is. Something must be done i can boar this a no longer. I remember just the spot whore As i spoke Liose paused Between tho table arid lint Rug in my Small Parlord Small but pleasant and tasteful As bad often congratulated myself looking at the pretty lace curtains and tin Brussels carpet its. Dark Moss Green i a in Ned pushed and warm with Tiyi pineal Rusos. I Louise. Hastings Luul carried for a whole week a slow. Teady heartache. Sometimes this aching bail suddenly sprang into a quicker pc life and pain which seemed As though it a null smother Iny big eath and drive my mum into a Groat whirl of madness but that was a lion i looked off to the future and remembered the past and my will was stubborn and my Pride was Strong and i hold Down memory with till the might of both for a dreaded every recurrence of that Fioco choking pain As i would have dreaded tongues of fire leaping suddenly a lung my Shri hiking nerves. So i had borne myself before. My husband and. Any one with a in chanced to he thrown steadily enough maps with added dignity but Liat s would who had lot a / Iliad wife Loving had deeply behind or a year and that Winter was a the Twenty fourth of my life it was the thirtieth of that of Maurice Hastings my husband to Vii Luid been for four years a physician in the old town of Wuolett Villo where we had Redilan Ever since Erir marriage. I was child and Niy parents did al i jail Oro Niy remembrance. My int who Lead a in Pond Ine was a childless widow in very a Ifor Triblo circumstances and she was very fond of me and had indulged every wish of Quot Knific so far As her Fortune permitted. At Nineteen,1 with Small knowledge of and smaller of my own heart i had become the betrothed Wile of Henry Somers whose Iii Lior was Ari old and beloved Friend of my aunt. Aharry was a spoiled child so was i. We fancied that we adored each other. To had a nil those charms of conversation those graces of Porson and manner which Are so Apt to attract til a fancy of the Young inexperienced girl he was intelligent enthusiastic full of warm generous impulses but i could not penetrate beneath these and Eoo Tomt Trio character of Heivry Somers lucked moral Force nod discipline. Tor won got on very smoothly together then certain antagonisms a in our characters began to develop themselves. Both were High spirited both unconsciously exacting so during the second six months of our engagement we had frequent jars recriminations and reconciliations. Then Larry went West to Survey some lands in which his father had been us noting we wore to have been married on his re a Tilert and we parted with Mutual protestations of eternal Fidelity. But Henry Somers was impulsive and susceptible his absence was necessarily prolonged and an old Friend a i ins father s with whom lie passed several weeks had a Young and Beautiful daughter in Whoso was constantly thrown. I was grieved to find that his letter grew loss frequent and that there was a sensible diminution in their first ardor. My an lit was not a woman to submit qui Inoa a Fri Wandeen a and Nho soon no a Quot r evidence that Harry Lead involved himself in a flirtation which was Mist dishonourable with the relations Liat to occupied to each other. Her indignation was keen her fears were aroused for the Hanni Noss of the child who Vici dearer to her to in a o. She Laid the facts before me and at a a nod Tny Pride into dissolving our engage i11-1,10 knowledge of Harry a perfidy was Rice Hastings was Pedantic but to Nio his conversation was full of stimulation and did not take As Long to penetrate the Mutual interest which each took in the other. Maurice was the since Rostand most candid of men and though be Seldom flattered me still the look of pleased interest and amusement which flashed Down on me As we stood on the yellow Sands bordered with a great Silver blossoming of Spray deepened into one of tenderness before that fair chapter of my. Life was closed. My aunt was pleased with Maurice still she was very ambitious about my future and the thought that i should marry a country physician with no Prospect but his profession was not very Gratifying to her Pride. But spite of herself Maurice daily compelled More of Hor respect and my engagement with Larry Somers had shown her much better than wealth is it for a woman to a have a Strong True heart to depend on. A was not so far from now York but that Maurice could see me for a few Days every month arid in a Little while those Days had become precious jewels Strung Long tho thread of weeks. My mind and heart had found before they bad passed out from tho Gates of girlhood the companionship which Uliey had lingered and thirsted for and life had something better than the Mere living for selfish enjoyment and in one of those visits Maurice told to those most blessed and tender words Whitse Moir Iory still thrills a my heart and shakes while i write the old Sweet tears into my eyes. A my aunt gave her consent to my Choice on the whole with cheerfulness and the next Spring Maurice brought to to Bis Home tho Small Graceful cottage lying like a White Shell among Green surges of Arches and Cedars Rind Here there went Over my head in great Light and love my first year of wife Hood. A. Sometimes there stole across my heart when i sat by the Side of my husband a Little Shadow and that was tho thought that my life Ltd Ono secret from him for i never revealed my engagement to Harry Somers. It lied been Iny intention to .doi.this, but Iny Aurit had dissuaded me from it., i was Youmg and Lead Greaf Faith in her Wisdom and discretion and i did not altogether perceive that her Standard was a worldly and. Politic one that she had 110 lofty stand Poirot High ideals of living and kind arid generous though she was that her Wisdom was Only that of her Day and generation. So when i turned suddenly her one morning from the piano where i had practising my music lesson for tho Dav while she was some old fashioned a Liivia which had been preserved As i Cir looms in tho family and said to her a au.nteliz�-, done to you think it Quot is my duty to i Giorni Maurice of my engage input with Larry Somers v she answered me a Don t do anything of tho kind my child a Man has no right to to inquisitive about such matters so Jong As they in no Wise concern himself. You would Only annoy and pain Mai inc ,,�bg-my.,,.t5 to Sui ii. A jecs Rifi d it. Would to much Quot Wiser to keep still. I have known serious trouble to result from injudicious disclosures of this kind.�?T. A a but aunty,.it does no to seem quite honorable somehow. If Maurice Wero Fri my place i should want to know the whole truth. A that is quite natural Louiso but to would be a a a. Moment in mine. A a Louise a he broke out a have you no warmer Welcome than this for the Man who has come to entreat your Pardon and who must go mourning All his Days for tho wrong which he has done you a a or. Somers you tho husband of another Quot woman i the wife of another Man have no right to listen to words like no Louiso i am not the husband of another woman in. A Are you married a i asked bewildered and amazed. No i was a fool and a scoundrel Louise and for a while was fascinated bewildered by the Beauty and arts of one who penetrated my weakness too Well and took advantage of it but she never superseded you in my affections though i was too angry and too proud when i got your letter and your aunts to a Tell you this. I lived on after i awoke from that and intoxication for which. I have cursed myself in bitterness of soul Ever since in the Hope that All would yet be restored be twixt us until just As i had finished up my business and was about starting for Home i Hoard of Louise have pity upon to for All that i have suffered a he came Over to my Side and sat Down by me and grasped my hand. The handsome face was White with anguish and looking on it pitied Harry Somers for his Folly and ins weakness and this feeling must Liao faltered through Iny tones. A it is sin for. Me to listen to such words from you a Harry Somers. A a what if Iny husband should hear should know a i caught and choked Back the words remembering. A what Louise Havo you never told him of our engagement a. ,. I spec i terrible stroke to me for my Faith in him s Bow 0m�?Tdles9�?T a and be w the idol of ter of no or 1111,1 Iane gets. But the bit r 4�?o o c Good. That great Sor but it a i in n d st pm Over my soul wrong i and Asti a Quot a Botter and tho 1 1 As. Have lived t . A a a to know that ,-,btobabo"a�?T a in vying of my life. For the rain in tho for to few at Ai Quot a a Bulf later i Mot my husband Pinuco a a i at it quiet Little watering Kim pm. I11 Neal i1 Nuovo whore to had m a fit a a for an i bathing Aurico Ila Svihus was uni Quot a Ion �?z-, was unlike any of tho Erna. N Quot a Rtin 1 bad been thrown he was i�?T1?� i Toul studious yet there was a in Arlo in i a in bum or in his nature which Iii Nina Adeep Krny and flashed in r up o a it Hight Over the Fine grave face. ?3 in to 3rostod a a tho a ther from tho Contin formed a vivid a apr i w1 that of any other Many a i had up Trio l.,i no is to walked Down on tie lie Aoh Trio �rpnt�,p.� a i in or eve twin st and watched Quot a from n Teni pies of nest rising slowly to Niqui a a Queean. And lifting their Silver a it Quot Lioi a. 1 be stars. Our talk ranged ,ltt�?~f0�&Quot,dllrt�?T his Bao Linn i a Niy a lilt Natura of �?~b0 a tra Rufil a a a no fling an i listened Rind Bifi t�n�8 and insipid Tulk with valid Fri Quot orgy 00ri entertained now. Map d my disagreeable. Notts Mumau e Wiser to look the secret up in h own. Heart. You will he glad if you take n advice. A and it hut i was not satisfied. Only night not our marriage i said to Maurice As we sat together on Trio divan in the Alcove beyond the parlor. A i wonder what your faults Aro i Haven to found one yet the Gravo face Benne in me its Sweet and tenderest smile. A �?T-0jteillcom� soon enough my Little girl to amp air tie True work and aim other to grow Buor on arid living 1. Quot -. 1 a but ovo Rhody almost fancies it is Only to he happier Way or another according to their Tasto and feelings a i know it hut to must get a higher Range of vision than that. As for my faults you find them out soon arid fast enough ill Promise you. A Tell to once just one of them Maurice please now a drawing closer to him. A Why do you want to know a drawing his Arm around my Waist. A because because i do. satisfactory reason for a woman hut you shall be gratified for this time. One of my faults is Louise that i am naturally jealous that is if there is any Causo for it. In be tried to curb and control this Quality and you will never experience any trouble from it my Little girl. Then As i am exclusive in my fancies and of locations i am Apt to to a Quot my conversation with my aunt flushed at this moment across my memory. A Maurice you must have perfect Confidence in those whom you love a. A Porfert if that is onco shaken it is generally never restored. If i am once deceived there is not in my nature to Trust again. I can forgive much but i must have Faith in which there is no Chil nge no shaking. A confession trembled on my lips but the words of my aunt came Back to me and my heart played to traitor. It was the first anniversary of our wedding Day. Maurice and i had been out to ride Quot for it was tho time of the years Awakening and her pulse wore full of the youth and the Joy of the Soring. Maurice had set to Down at the Gate of our Home in the Inte afternoon and driven on fur Thoc to see a patient of his. I had gone up stairs and Only removed Niy Bonnet when on solitary Dom Ostio put her head in at my door saving Thoro was a gentleman in the parlor who wished to see me. A Louise Carlton a i knew him with tho first glance and it was not strange that my heart gave a Quick flutter for the last Timo that i had looked on that face and listened to the Bright Tono i had Boon the betrothed wife of Henry Somers. He came Forward now with All the Odd Arneo and is Surano of manner and gave to his hand. My Gotting must have been awkward and constrained for the thought of my Hus band made my guest an unwelcome one. A i was within a half a Dozon a Miles of Woolcot Villo and tho longing to look on your face Louiso had grown Strong that 1 Euld not go further until i had Boen nearer it and a Shadow crept Over tho handsome face of Henry Somers and sitting in my own parlor and listening to his tones my heart went Blok to the past for a Quot moment and i almost believed that i web a girl again but Only for a moment that heart had Given no disloyal throb in its Depths was not one feeling of lurking to dorness for the Man before me and i said with a calmness and dignity that Larry so mors could not Havo rom Ori bore d a a you forgot or. Sopiars that our relations make a Little less Freedom it of manner More acceptable to me i did not answer Voith my lips hut the pain and anguish in my face told Larry Somers what lie asked. A look of gladness Triumph flashed Over his face. I saw the Hope which to had gathered from that knowledge and it galled Moas a great wrong done to my husband. But the next moment All other feelings Wero merged in the dread of his return. What would he think would lie say if he should return arid find Larry there ?. Of i saw my mistake then and All the misapprehensions and misery to which it might Lead and i resolved that before Maurice should know All that i had to Tell him. But every moment that my guest remained was dangerous now. I Rose no. _ a Larry so mors i forgive you for All that is past and Voith these beseech you to leave me this moment. I am the wife Fri Good and Noble Hian and i love him too Well to prolong or interview now. Forgot me from this hour and May the lesson which it team rfcs make you a Wise and a better Man. You have All that my Best wishes. Now go a. A a lie Rose up wit i great Relue Taneo and great pain in his face he grasped both of Niy hands and kissed them wildly. A of Louise of whom i was not worthy Farewell a and lie was gone. I Drew a Long breath of Relief As the front Gato opened and closed sharply. A thank great jets of tears poured Over my Cheeks but tho bitterness in. Them was the thought of my husband not of Larry so mors. I did not weep there Long it would not do for Maurice to come in and find to. Thus and i started to go up stairs. My Way crossed the sitting room. The shadows had begun to steal into hut in Ono of them was a Shadow Darker than Flint of the Early evening. It Rose up Aud a Camo Forward. A of Maurice is Liat you a. A it is i a lie had heard ally the change strained voice told me that without his uttering another word. \ i grasped his am. A of Maurice Only hear me i can satisfy you i can. Explain Aliis. A a a. Lie Shook off my hand and stood Stern and still before me. Ilia lips wore we into As the lips which never give Forth sound or a Louiso Hastings you were once tho betrothed wife of that Man who had just left you a. .1 could not deny it and before my lips out any words my face had Given answer. A and Yon have never told me this and lie has dared to come into my House and pour into your ear the old Story of his passion and you have listened to it and Only away because of your Foar hat i your miserable dupe your Vyr Origen and wretched husband should know tho truth a Only hear to Maurico Only let to explain. Lie Shook me off again and tho anger in his eyes was terrible enough to Striko to to the Earth if i had not tie consciousness Liat i was fur loss guilty than lie supposed. But Hie facts were against to and my Price was i jealous Man. A. A out of your own Mouth do i condemn you. Louise Hastings my Confidence in you is lost forever. The wife that i believed in and loved better than my life has Gono out of my heart forever. It would have been hotter for us both if to had died before this i shivered and. Staggered under tie Terri Blo words but there was no pity in Maurice s face. Then my Pride roused itself. A i shall not stand by and Hoar such words from your lips Marieo Hastings no matter How tho facts May Condo inn to so Long As you will not listen to the explanation which i could make. And As you Send to out of you heart forever it is Best that i should go out of your Home also to night a no unless Yod insist upon it Yon can stay Here if you Liko and that i have Learned this night need never be alluded to by either of us. Only rom omber my in you Lias gone and my love with it a i did not stay to hear another word. I wont up stairs with a deep weight and pain in my heart. I Vas proud As Well As mini Rioe and i know that lie Hud Boon unjust to me. No matter How Strong tho facts were against Nio an explanation of them was inv right and his duty., lint for once anger and jealousy had hardened Trio Noble heart of Maurice Hastings and Liis reproaches had stung to into silence and Tondu Ronco. We wore both in the wrong god forgive us of the week which followed i must write briefly. Its Long slow Days went Down into dark slow nights and brought neither rest nor peace to my spirit. Maurice and i preserved towards each other a grave Reserve which would not have attn Tod tho notice of a stranger and As we had company for Throe or four Days at this Timo we Wero Sefc but let to alone. I managed to or Clifio at my table and Sii proviso tho household affairs in a Way which elicited no observation and i wondered often at my own self control and at tho calmness and ostensible interest with which i often found nay so of discussing indifferent i matters with my friends while i car and a look of fixed Ness of pain which had never porno its witness Liore before a sometimes a thought Fluke red across to that .1 would leave my Jiust Anazand go out from his Home As he said that Johnd done from his heart forever and Thon looking off to my future it Roso before me of hard and Bare and desolate that i had no the courage to Sot my feet on its Way and. A put the thought Back i live without Liim i sometimes when. I caught glance of those Stern and Gay eyes on my woe a great temptation would sweep Over ice to Rush to Bis Side and cling there fast Hod compel him to Hearken while i told hims Oll Trio truth respecting my engagement with Harry Somers. But the harsh repulse Tbs bitter words which had met me came has and steeled my heart and silenced my lips and i cried to god and there came no air fewer and i did not know that the sin of my pee Lay darkening betwixt my soul and Iii a i had uttered the to Fps with which my Story commences half an if tier after my guests of tho three or four pro Vio is lay8 a j gone. I had been pacing the flip to and fro Ever so lice i had smiled and Ward my farewells to them. It was a Beautiful,.Iny in the closing up of May the windows like the breath of Sweet spices the year was ill of tie strength and Joy of her youth and the Trees stood up in their White fluting of i blossoms arid the 6urishirie wrote on the Earth the old now prophecy that tie at hand. But for me this Beauty had now neither Vojo nor meaning. The my heart Lay like a Shadow on the fair face of the Day and lion the first , written crept out , my Resolution Vuis taken. After wards i did not hesitate Luerig air making up Iny mind what course i is Houll pursue i would go ii stairs write my last letter to my husband pack up my trunk take tie afternoon train for my mints that very afternoon and i Avo forever the House whose proud and Happy mistress i had be in Jabr a year. A ii. Maurice Maurice heart will break for leaving you a i sat in iffy own room before tho. Open window arid the song of tho Spring Birds that had Hung their nests on Trio Green rafters of the old Pear tree surged sweetly in pud out of the room the pon. Was in my hand and the cry Walywn Ingrom a heart too weak to write the words which were to part us forever. I a of mrs. Hastings Limaye you heard the news a. A a a. I was quite startled at the abrupt Centra no of Iny nearest neighbor tie Wile of a lawyer with whom i Lead been on quite intimate social terms but her White shocked face fully apologized for her abrupt Elf Fane. A _ a a a no is it any thing very bid mrs. Maltby a As i Rose up and offered Niy Jugeat a seat Quot. A. A Michnal Rieur Gardener a just brought me tho dreadful tidings and As there was no Ono in the House i ran Over ,.to share my horror with you. The cars ran off the Tiack this morning on the Long Bridge bet Cen Wool Mottville and Glencoe i arid ii Large dumb roof passengers wore killed out ight or shockingly mangled a a a. In i a lmshsndy>triffl4te�isi� Gleno Uve. To left about Twe a patient Thoro a if Iris ago to visit Torci Sli Iii Pride were broken Down. I knew that tho deep Well in tho heart of Maurice Hastings had not grown dry in tho last dreadful week and that its Springs had Hurst and overflowed his soul like the freshest of april. A a of Maurice it shall not he As it has been Between us any More a i whispered in tho old tavern parlor where we were left alone with Sunshine and tho singing of tho Birds of May. A a never Louise never in for Lio knew now that my heart was his. A and laying my head Down on his shoulder i told Marieo Trio history of my engagement with Henry Somers and All the weight and pain which tho knowledge of that one secret hidden from him had caused me until the Day on which to presented Liim self in my parlor and Maurice coming into tho sitting room a moment later had heard nearly All that had passed betwixt Henry and me. R my disclosures set the whole matter in its True Light. There was no need that i should say to Maurice a you will forgive and forget it Ali a 1 a All Louiso. It is i Moro in my anger and harshness than you to drove. Home in the Golden May noon our lie arts flooded1 with Light and gratitude fairer than its Sunshine. On Hie Way Ive encountered Michael mrs. Milt Liyu a guide Nair whom she had despatched in a fruitless scorch for me. A a. And so tie Only secret which my life had held from Maurice Hastings was revealed it last. It a melts message and its a of breathe a the Ballad Saith a some in vet Noss out of each a to Day s lady a be True Lippl always this Little ,.cppicd from paper is , ale and it Hoys a arid take its lesson Well to a a a ,. Two country lads Cir ii at an Early hour to a Market town rigid arranging their Little stands sat Down to wait for customers. One was furnished with vegetables of tho Quot Hoy s own raising and the other supplied with Clam s and fish. The Market hours passed along and each Little merchant saw with pleasure steadily decreasing and an equivalent in Silver hits shining in Liis Money cup the last Melon Lay on Harry s stand when a gentleman came by and placing h and upon it said a Large Melon i think i must Liao this for my dinner. A that do Yon ask for it my Hoy a a Trio Melon is the West i have sir and though it looks very or there is an unsound spot on tho other Side e Hoy turning it Over. A Quot. A so there is said the Man,/1 think i will not take it. But who added looking into the Hoys Fino countenance a is. It very business like to Point out Quot tin defects of your fruit to customers a i it is better than being dishonest sir said the Hoy modestly. A you Are right my. Little fellow always Pri pig Edh a Quot Quot a a talks Willi Clu Riib from tile episcopal Roo order a boy whom i had reproved for swearing and using other had language came to my House this morning of an errand. As 1 Mot him i of course greeted him kindly. His errand done he went out i hidding him Good morning. The door had scarcely closed when Charlie pulled my dress and with a Tono and a look of reproof said a Mother you know John gains swears a yes dear i know and regret it very much. A. A then what made you smile on him just now a not being conscious that i Hail Dono so i hardly knew what reply to make hut reflecting a moment i recollected Liat my Little Sun never mistook the expression of my countenance i saw that lie was under the impression that i had approved of tho conduct of an evil doer and hastened to say a that John was not swearing now and was perhaps trying to he Good a but to did swear Mother. ,. by was a go id Opportunity to make a lasting impress ton upon Liis mind a id. Knowing that it is the every Day incidents. Tiit Mould Trio plastic Rili Raeter of a child i took i in Ripen Niy Lap and said a Charlie you know Trio other Day you disobeyed me about going out when it was wet. I looked very Stern and re proved you for if. But after Tiu. Had asked Niy forgiveness a saving a you were sorry and would try Toro i member acid obey me next time/-1 forgave you and even smiled. You were Happy again and laughed and kissed Ine How very unhappy you. i fid id not smile when you Are Good and try to do Wigint . You would few al As though i. Did not love you and after awhile Yuu would not love me. A a a not when out i presume lie thought i was not angry tvs Elf him if i was grieved Trio other Day when to was so wicked. when lie swears again to May Iny re pro v i ii g Loolu and Hen ? he Iii Dunn g i t ill wiliyrwfeeiitl.�?~8 Miledy Wheir he is grind. A a i i when i i wish Wisp a a Vii go Pray to god to in my filmy grow better every Day. A Iff Tsam Fri Eythl a when any one does wrung Litov much Intro grieved is god arid Liis Deni son who never have sinned ,-.when to sin against them. / you know i told you the other Day about the holy spirit sometimes culled the comforter a a yes Mother i remember about a Well when we do wrong tie holy spirit is so grieved Liat we feel it moving in tour hearts As though greatly troubled so that we often say our heart aches. And Luthin Asvul Mako it tie still unless to . That the showman s courtship. There was Many Affe Otin ties which made to hanker Arter Betsy Jane. Her father�?Ts1 farm joined Ourn their cows arid our a Stu Ensch their thirst of the same Spring our old mares both had Star in their forr erds the measles broke out in both in mollies at nearly the same period oar parents Betsy s Rind min Slot regularly every sunday in the same Meetin House and the Nabors used a to observe a How Quot thick Trio wards air 1 it was a Sublime site in the Spring of the year to see our several mothers Betsy a Rind mine with their gowns pined up so they you Len pm affect Shin Neely Bilin soap together and Abo Oziri the Nabers. Altho i banker intensely Arter thai of Jerk of my Ufeo Slinns i Dar sunt Tell her of the f fires which was Runjin in my Manly Ruzum. I d try to do it but Niy tug would kirvjlu5 up again tho roof month and stick liar to a deceased african or a. Country postmaster to Liis Fonss while my heart changed agin my ribs like a old fish toned Frale agin a barn.flare., a a twas a Carni still night in non. A Allna. Tur was hush and nary Meffor disturbed the a screen silent i Sot with Betsy Javori the fens of her fathers pastur wed bin rom pin threw the Woods Kuun Flowers and drive Iri. The woodchuck from fris native Lair so to speak with Long Sticks. Avail we Sot there. It on the sense a swinging our feet two and fro Lushin As red As the. Balding Villa House when it was Fust painted and Loo Kiri. Very i Niple make no doubt. My left Nam was Oak pied in Hall unzip myself on the sense a Philo. My rite was wound Iri Vivily round her waste. J a. -. I , rigid trembling by Sod a 1 Betsy Yotis re a Gazelle quota. ,. I thought that air was Putty Fino. .1 wait a. De to see Wiat effect it would have upon her. It evidently did no to fetch her for she up and a a a Lidona a by Leeve a word you say so there now com a with which she m hitched away from me. A i Vevish liar Vyas Winders to my soul Sod. Quot i a so that you could see sir ii of my Celins. There a fire snuff in Here sed i striking Niy. Huzzie by Atli Niy fist a to bile. All the Tori Hoof and turnips i i the Riah Rhodd. Ver Soo Vius arid the Critter Ain t a Circum stans. Sho bowed Hor. Head Down and pm mensa a Cha win the strings to her Sun Bonnet. A. A or could 3tou know Trio Elep Plis Niter to. Worry a lire with on your account How Vit ties Lias a eased to be attn Chtive and How my. Limbs tins sir ump up you doubt inc. I Uzi on this was Iii Fermind these Ere / sunken Clicks a. ,. Isl would Cunti differed on in this Sayano a provily for sum Tirifie let Munfort Unity i list my Hal Lens and fell River into tho pastor key a sheep in. A i Jetsy i think of you a Ning Dreir a ing Elso Lavi Blehi ried that or in in my liotart we Ipoh leaped into such vivid Jiff and anguish Vohen i was Alono. A i. J j i a a As Tor Maurice i could see the he grew a Shadow darkened his face j he looked it paler every Damp and the grave kindly Mouth but i Felt a Colu tremor steam big Over me mrs. Maltby a a face grew whiter As she gasped out a a a mrs. Hastings have i killed you too a. A i guess you have i said As i passed my hand across my forehead a but its no matter Marieo would no to Mcarel she thought the sudden Shock had driven a me wild. She chafed Niy cold hands amid great jets of tears and begged me to grow Calm and not yield until i Kenvy tho worst. And at last great cry rushed up from my heart As the thought flashed across me that Maurice might be. Lying cold and Strick on that fair Spring Day with the life suddenly choked out of him. And we had parted in silence and bitterness and my last memory of him was not one of Blessing and Caress. And then the wrong and sin of my conduct for the last week Rose reproached me. I did riot excuse Quot Maurice i. Know that to fore god he had somewhat to answer for his harshness when his Joung wife Ltd Hung upon his Arm and pleaded to be Hoard and he had repulsed her. But grief and despair Luul Well nigh maddened me. I dallied mrs. Maltby a arms furiously away when they crept entre tingly about my Neok. I san ipod Niy feet at her when she implored to to to quiet and at last i dashed out of the House out of the front Gate and Down tho Road where her cries followed me for a while and then grew faint arid were lost in the distance. On on i rushed for a Resolution possessed me to walk to the scene of the terrible disaster live Miles Distant and know for a certainty whether my husband was am orig tho living or the dead. But in descending a Steep Hill on Trio any i suddenly caught sight of Trio familiar Delmiso approaching to. My heart stood still so did my feet. Tie inmate of the Carriage must Liao discovered Nio for lie suddenly a purred his horse and a Momont Lator i caught sight of tho Faco of my Lisband. A. A. Why Louise Aro you Gono wild a and Maurice sprang from the Arriago his face a White with wonder at tho sight of me. It Trio great Joy of my heart must Limaye its any. I put my arms about Maurice Sneek i shouted and laughed and cried. A of Maurico i thought Tomt you were lying there cold and White and dead in and i Shook him to and fro As 1 held his shoulders in my frantic Joy. A my dear child Wlms has happened to you a and i Felt the great tenderness and the great fear which surged through the tones of my husband and a Ridden faintness went nil Over me. He lifted me into the Carriage is though i was a Little child and drawing one Arm tightly around me urged the horse slowly homewards. And his words and his voice were after tho Man Hor of a Mother soothing her frightened child a there 1 done the seared Darling. Nothing a Hill harm my Little girl. Try and be quiet a for lie evidently thought that i was partially demented a Huw Como you to to Here Maurice a i gasped at inst As Long shudders went Over and Shook Moas winds do autumn a i thought that Vou took the train Lor Gleri Covo. A i intended to but when i loft the House i found a Hasty messenger fora Man who had broken his Arm about three Miles off. And so i Dol Yod my trip to Glencove for the afternoon. A thank god to link god Maurico a a Wlms do you mean my dear wife a a there was a terrible accidents the Bridge Broko Down tie dead and the mangled to Lioa pod Togo Lier. Oil Maurico i though that you Milit by among them. A �e.understood All now my frantic fears my wild flight and drawing to closer to him Maurison Hostings bowed his head and Rover Only repeated my prayer of thank god Louise thank god we stopped at a i tavern on the Road Home where Maurice procured amnio cordial which restored me. And now All the Barriera of my 1u flt a re a m a remember your Little a stand in Fiir a Are those Clairis fresh Iho a / turning to Bengt i Isoris a stain by i a a yes sir Frosh this Rooroh iriv i. Them myself was the reply and n pair Canso being made the gentleman won t away. A Henry Wlms a fool you Wero to show the gentleman that spot on the Melon. Now you can take it Home for or our pains or brow it away. Tiow much Wiser is he about those clams that i caught Nestor any. Sold them for tho same Price i did the fresh ones. To would never have. Looked at the Melon until he had gone away. A Ben i would not Tell a lie or Ait Quot one either for twice what i have earned this morning. Besides i shall be better Oil in the. End for i have gained a customer arid you have Upstone. And so it proved for Tiro next Day the gentleman bought nearly ail Liis fruit and vegetables of Larry but never invested Antii or Penny at the stand of his neighbor. Thus the season passed the gentleman finding to could always get a Good article of lieu by continually patronized him and som Otimus talked with him a few moments about Liis future Hopes and prospects. To become a merchant was his ambition and when tie Winter came on the gentleman wanted a Hoy. A boy that to could Trust for , decided on giving Harry he place 1 steadily and surely he advanced in the Confidence of his employer until having passed through tho various gradations of clerkship Hohri Camo at length an honoured partner in the firm. A i riot god is Arispy whims Riis a Quot More. A nun a we Are so . Just As you Aro when i forgive Yon. A a i Quot does the holy spirit Tako off the prayers a to heaven a. Quot. No dear to litre Are a Groat Many prayers that sound very pretty Rise above this world. Tire Holly spirit is never deceived it knows which Are ,Ere, is tie real ones Liat come from the heart and it is Only those that lie listens., to and a you know Impieri go for Tai pigs when i i in the t Yon Are in earn to Toftoy it for you to be gratified i always do so. A veil it is just so with our prayers. What we ask for in Earnest of our heavenly Parent to will receive if it is for our Goud to receive . A Mother do you think that if John gains would ask tie holy spirit to keep him from swearing lie would do it a. A Yos. Dear if lie Xmas Reilly in. Earnest in asking for offery Tinio lie was al out to swear the night Liat Ike went to the o opera he Lias been As mrs. Partington says As crazy bed Bug and the kind old Dame Lead been fearful lest he should become a non pompous Orient us through Liis attempt at imitating tho Opo Ratics. Trio next morning after Trio opera at the. Breakfast table Ike reached Over his cup arid in a soft Tongue Sang. Will you will you mrs. P., a a a a Holp to to a cup of Toa ? the old lady looking at him with Surprise his conduct was so unusual and fora moment she hesitated. Lie continued in a far Moro impassioned Strain a do not do not Koop to waiting do not Pray to Bosi Tating. I am anxious to no drinking a so pour oat As Quick As winking. She Gnevo him the Tea with a High As Sho saw tho co tement in his face. Lie stirred it in silence arid in his abstraction took three spoonfuls of sugar. At last he Sang again Twible olo Tbs and cups and Santors. Goo Whito Broad arid Active jaws sirs. Tony Gunpowder and Sou Chongo Sweet enough but not too Strong. Bad for health to cat hot Nisei it but ill risk it butter fix it. A a what do you mean my boy a said mrs Partington tenderly. _. All right steady never Lenrer. Never loved a Bron Kunst dearer am not bound by with or wizard. So done Tarot your precious Gizzard. A but Isaac persisted Trio Dame. Ike struck his left band upon the table and swung Liis knife aloft in Liis right looking at a Plato upon tho table singing what form is to into to appearing is it Mackerel or is it herring ? a let to dash upon it Quick Quot not or again Liat fish shall Kiokh not or Agni i though Throo As Largo Chargo upon them Isaac charge before to had a Chance to make a dash upon the fish mrs. Partington Ltd dashed a Tumbler of water into his Foo to restore him to a conscientiousness it made him catch his breath for a mom ont but he did no to Bing any Moro at the table though tho opera favor still follows him Olsen liboro. Of Quot always bequeath to your wife. Is much Money is you Cari her second husband poor fellow May not have a cent in Liis pocket. He would feel the holy spirit reproving him and make Liis heart ache so that to would soon leave off the wicked ii Ahil a May i toll John about it when a see him a a. A a yes Charlie and Tell him. That to continues to swear the Joly spirit will i Avo him arid not come any More then lie cannot go to heaven when lie Dies a now Little okie a a go to your play but to Carloni Tomt Yon do not Grieve tho holy spirit by getting angry or by speaking unkindly to any Ono to Day. A a ill try not to Mother for a should not Liko to have it leave me for if it does Mako my heart Calm when i am had it makes me very Lippy Vohen i am Good.�?T. G. T. W. Tie rest Alvan Iuga. A countryman went into a store in Boston Trio other Day and told the keeper Tomt a neighbor of Liis Ltd entrusted him with some Money to be spent to tie Best advantage and lie meant to do it where to would he treated tho lest. A. Ii Ltd been very Well treated in Boston Liv Trio traders and would not part with his friends Money until lie found a Man a lion Yould treat him about right. With the utmost Savity the trader says. A i think i can treat you to your liking How do you want to to treated a a Well a says Trio Farmer wit i a Leer in his 63-0. A. A. H a in Hie first Placo i want a Glass of toddy which was forthcoming. A now i will Liao 11, Nice Cigar says Trio countryman. It was promptly bonded him leisurely i lighted and then throwing himself with his feet As High As Liis head he commenced puffing Awn Liko a dutchman. A now Wlms do 3-011 want to Purchase a says the m3 neighbor handed to two cents when i loft Home to buy him o Ping of tobacco answered tho Armor a love 3-011 got tho article a Quot the storekeeper stopped inst enter and tie next thing that a from him was Liat his sides were shaking and his Faco on fire As lie was relating tho sell to Liis Riendau Down town. _ 1 if you mean Gettin hitched. In a Ini Moi Isider de that aunt for All or Aci Cril Piir. Pusses and we proceeded Nimri fitly to the , Rind was made one that very Nite Light ii eat and scion. Tiofio doctrine is now very generally inculcated and believed that heat is the Quot result of motion Rind that Lilit Diro Lorian and dilator a motion. Some confusion of ideas has Boon experienced by in 113 persons with respect to a Correct understanding of Tilia subject. It should to understood when the Quot statement is made Tomt heat is caused by motion or is developed by motion that these Ore simply expressions to Convoy an Deri of. Ilia operations of nature. Motion Means the relative change in place position or condition of a bodies., ti10 expression a a Force is tie Craviso of motion a frequently used. Buthia .a simple statement for tho operations of matter and is. Equivalent to saying a a an by gravitation a in this use of the term Gravity is tie understood cause of the motion it is a Force of nature but the. Great first cause is beyond the comp Rehon Sion of Many a intellect. A a. A hint to to the girls will have to fake care hereafter the paint their Cheeks i Villi natures a a to. Trike Hoed and riot rinse tie windows of tho fou with tincture of Heln Donna and to guard against looking interestingly Pale. The highest court open Fiand has ruled that want of health in one or two engaged to to married justifies tie other in a breach of his or Hor Promise and is tie ruling of the English courts is our own it is very probable this will become i principle with our judges. So 3-Oung ladies look to your calisthenic. A do riot paint your Cheeks Dawdle too Long Over a. Novel or omit to take your morning Waik. A adapting to circumstances. A a Spruce Young couple visited a neighbouring Western City one Day list week to tee friends in tie regiment. They applied at n in Tel for lodgings hut were told a that All tie rooms worn full except Small Ono with a single bed. This embarrassed Ali Oil for i while but after whispering no Earnest a consultation those 3�?Toiing americans told tho landlord they would take the room As they thought they could a adapt Eliom selves to. Tho Eire stances Ijo hey went to the clergymen and Ltd the nuptial knot tied and then returned to their room at the hotel Quot eminently satisfied with their relation. A of Jones who was pretty successful in Len tearing 1111 irishman when the latter risked him a How Carao you to lose your leg a said Well 011 examining my Pedigro Aud looking up my descent i found Tomt there was Somo Irish blood in me and becoming convinced that in Niy left leg i had it out off at a Ibn Mahers a said a it a us he a Good thing if it Ltd Only settled 1 in your head a a few hints or a arms done to mean grind them in a Mill to powder. A picket Isnit used in a Fence. When a Man is an officer of the Day it does no to moan Tomt lie is a civilian at night. Present arms is quite different from giving your hand in Lim Ringo. A counter March is not a shop Parade. A contraband being escorted to. The fortifications yesterday by a Soldier he was Mot by another a German of a inflow Liko liar be Giue with Dat gard.?�?T it a a 1�?Tso Gino to reinforce Trio a is Dat so a a yes in a Gwine to do fortifications to dig Trenches.�?Louisville . 0�?o what a this would to without women and newspapers Law would the news get about ? a �35�?o physicians should Mako Good sailors Lioy Are so thoroughly used to sea sickness. Fri the Timos no getting so hard that people Oano to attention

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