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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - July 03, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaVul a Zitti iut i 4.t Aii Valo main Vagt Vituria Ulii country vol. 49.carlisle, pa., thursday july 3, 1861 no. 4. American Volunteer. Published Verr thursday a Fornix by . Dolias and fifty cents paid Advaney two dollars if paid within the year and two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within t a jij0 year. Those Torras will to rigidly a Horod to a cry Insalaco. No subscription discontinued until ail arrearage Are paid Uniesee at the option of tho editor. A a Naventi sements accompanied by Thoc Asir and Sot exceeding one Square will to inserted three Jimia for Ono Dollar and Twenty i Volonts for each Idini tibial insertion. Those of a greater length proportion. It a. its hand Buls , pamphlets Blanks labels a. Ac., executed with accuracy and at tho shortest notice. From tho Columbia spy by tub. Wild Siu Shore Rano i walked by tho wild son. Shori ,. Whore til 13 Billows bad burnished tho. Silver floor. Anil i paused by tho spot tho lonely Alindoa Micro tho Holly and Pine cast Linoir Mournful Slu Ido Ami a sombre fooling Chino o or my Thero. As i sat that last Abodo of men a. Moro whilst a strange world group sumo Twenty or i Giro digging Graves by tho wild Soa Shore. A Here tho fico of Thor Nativo soil. A Trio car Oliss negroes cheerfully toil a a. A a a with hurts of mirth and shout mid Songa i boy lighten their labor tho whole Day Long. A Anil Oft they s fierce glow to Brijesh tho sweat from each Swarthy brow j tut Light is tho task Thor Sorel Udo or ibis digging by the wild sea Shoro. To trains have come Anil rites begin. Quot. Luw rudely they Jostle tho coffins i Quot a Xuy service is read,.no prayer is told it Junto or each bosom tho Sand is rolled a a com Arlo is planted nor Lino to show a. The Story of those who sleep below. A Quot but the Spades Aro shouldered the work is o Era awl Twenty new Gravos Mark Tuo wild seashore. ,1ml thus Inch Day by the it not a dark Shade swiftly to grave diggers ply tho Spad Anil to trails come Down from morn till night with those who fell Tiibi bloody fight. A. Ifer Friend and common lot i tank and distinction alike forgot a. Olio orig to receives and 0110 sky bends o or. Ami tho dead Are alike the wild sea Shoro. Or a the narrow neck of land. A Aro scattered tho Gravos every hand Waves Oast and West Kronst whilst the Pines stand guard o or the sleeping and a Carly noon and at Sot of. Sun a a front tho fort bombs Forth the Tom Oder gun but unheard Uro the Waves and the Cannon s Roar a by those who Sloop by top a ild son Shore. A Ami still tho future the Soa shall Flowa Anil tho ships Fautn afar Shau Eoto and go a a ail o or its prey tho Seg gulls scream. A Montc the Fisher repairs tho broken sea thu swy sends the storm win s Drift Fri for of dior Pipit s their funny Almu gift but departed each Trace Quot a Cut Bygraves Thot Moured sets Hoire at i turned from to scene with a sad Donod heart Iii ii a a of Why will proud Ipen depart i rom tho snored paths of truth Neil right. To t Ballenge his brother Nilly fight ? a ambition and Povur Whoso it us reckoned till All is gained or lat i. Of 1 be who would yearn Lor that goal no Moro by those Graves tho wild sea Shore and a time worn truth j bad Oft Hoard told -. Cai Hobzek again this proverb eld rior Lucy possessed a Fine intellect and As tier parents were Well retired new englander she acid her sister were far bettor educated than other girls of her situation the. Half settled portion of the country. those Days Many wore engaged school teaching for the Honor and pleasure which it afforded rather than from necessity. Thus a few months previous to the commencement of our sketch Lucy Dutton left for the first time the fir Sido Circle to take charge of a school some Twenty Miles from her Nativo town. For some time her letters Home Wero cup Restivo Only of tho Happy Contentment which sprang from the consciousness of Active usefulness of receiving while imparting Good. there came a change then Wero these records from Homo characterised by fitful dreams for dreary sadness indefinable Hopes and fears seemed striving for a Supre Inacy the writers troubled heart. Lucy loved but scarcely acknowledged it to her self and knew not that she was loved. So for a Long Timo that second birth of woman a nature was like a warm Sunrise struggling with the Mist of morning. But Day brought a letter which could not soon to forgotten the Homo of the absent one a letter traced by a hand that sympathy with a heart tremulous with happiness. Lvov Hud been wooed and won and she but awaited the parents approval of her Chico to become the betrothed of Edwin a Man of excellent family and standing the town where she had been teaching. The father and Mother recorded their sanctions with Many blessings and Lucy a a next Tetter promised a speedy visit from tho lovers.1 _ co such nature As Lucy Shatan absorbing and yet what a revealing of self is a first passion what it prodigality of Greiving what incalculable wealth of receiving what a breaking up is there of the deep Waters of tho soul Ana Lime if Eaven descends a sudden Star upon life. If there is a season when Angel May look with intense and fearful interest upon Lier mortal sister a tis when she beholds her heart pass fro Iii the Bud like Ingoe once and freshness of girlhood and taking to its very Core the very Light of love Almy pud Crimson into perfect womanhood. A a at last the plighted lovers came and welcomes and festivities awaiting them. Or. gave entire satisfaction to father Mother and even to the exacting a a lie was a hard some Man with some pretentious to a Stiop but manner and apparently ,.tho. I up site of his betrothed it was decided that Limicy should pot lefty0 Home until after her marriage which at the request of her Ard Tif Over was to he celebrated within two months and the coming birth Day of the Bride. A it was therefore arranged that Ellen should return with or. . To my and take charge of her Sisters school for the remainder of the torm. The bridal bit today had come. It had been ushered by the Rich Rellow Light of october Sun the Busy hours had worn away and How it was nil i , and ii Euhon tho Bru Kogi Ruairi nor Ellen the. First bridesmaid had appeared. I yet Iier neat Little chem Hor sati Luey nothing fearing. She was already Clad a simple White Muslin and a few bridal Orna Nientsu Lay the Tahlo by her Side. Maria Allen her up Pond bridesmaid a blight eyed affectionate hearted girder chosen Friend from childhood was. Arranging a. Moro Graceful full of the Wreath of Light ringlets that swept her snowy neck. To Trio anxious . 1 sums inquiries of her companion. Respecting the absent ones Lucy smiled qui 1thought of Eliesi firms unto Earth thus bur-1 etly and replied a Oil something has happened to Dettin them awhile we Board from them Flie other Day and All As Well. They he Here by and by Neyer fear a evening came the guests were assembled and Yot tho bridegroom tarried there were wis Werings apr pisses and Tontle rings and a Shadow of anxiety coca signally passed Over tho Fatir free of the Bride elect. At last a Carriage drove rather slowly to the door Quot Thoy have Corne la or Jed Many voices and the next moment tho belated weeks had passed away and her friends saw with inexpressible grief that her reason had al cd a Sho was Hopo Rossly insane. She was As gentle and Pence Ablo us Ever but sighed frequently and seemed burdened Witon some great sorrow which she could not herself . She had one peculiarity which All who knew her after years must recollect and Liis was a careful avoidance of men she also seemed possessed by the spirit of unrest. She would not he confined but was continually escaping from her friends and going they knew not whither. While tier parents lived by their watchful Caro and. A wearying efforts some measure controlled this sad propensity but when they did this stricken child became a wanderer. Homeless friendless and forlorn. Through tho laughing Spring and Rosy summer the Golden autumn and tempestuous Winter it was tramp tramp tramp a no rest for her of tile crushed heart and Frozen brain. I remember her As she Ivas my Early childhood towards the last of her weary Pilgrim Ugo. As. My father and elder Brothers were frequently absent and As my Mother never closed her heart or her door the unfortunate a crazy Luce often spent hour or two at our fireside. Her appearance was very singular. Her gown was always patched with Many Culores and her shawl or Mantle worn or torn until it was All open work and fringe. The remainder of her miserable wardrobe she carried Ion bundle her Arm and sometimes Sho had a number of old rags dried herbs amp of. the season of Flowers her. Tattered Hon riot was profusely decorated with those who que she had gathered the Yod of by the Way Side. Igor love for these and her Sweet voice was All Taftt was left Hep of the Bloom and music of existence Quot yet no her Meek and child Liko piety still lingered. Her god had pot fors Fukon her j Down the dim chaos of her spirit the smile of Ilis love yet Glen Cir faintly Quot the waste Garden of her heart q she still Heartl Iris Vieo at eventide and she was not Afrait Jer Bidle went with her Ever a torn find soiled Yoli Ime but is holy still and it May he As dearly cherished my readers As the Gore jeans copy now lying to fable hound purple and Gold and Avith the upon its leaves i remember to have Hoard my Mother a touching incident connected with one of Lucy a Brief vial to of is. Tho poor creature Onoe Laid her hands of the curly head of one of my brother and asked him his name. A it Villinis Edwin a lie replied with a timid. Upward glance. She of unlit away her hand and sighing heavily said a i knew Edwin once and he made me broken was the Only instance which she was Ever known to revert to the sad event which had desolated her life Quot a a some thirty years from tho time of this history a Bleak autumnal evening a rough country Wagon drove into tho Village of c a to. It stopped at alms Louse at at de form Voe lifted out find Cary cd i the Wagon. Thus was Quot a town to a bewildered expression and the Matron ad1 ded. A a the lord Jesus Christ you a Emem Bor him a a look of sunlight breaking through a Clouds a look which Only saints May Wear irradiated tho face of the dying woman As she replied a a old yes i knew him and loved him before i fell asleep 1�?� the Man of god was called a few who had known Limicy her younger Days Carne also. There was much reverential wondering and some weeping around he death bed. Then Rose the voice of prayer. At first her lips moved As her weak spirit joined that fervent Appeal and poor Lucy a eyes Wero closed death 1 but those who gazed upon that Placid face and remember a. Her harmless life and her patient suffer Iii doubted not that the morn of another Otey a Day had broken her night of years. Puzzling a Yankee menu. And away rumbled a a Lucy Dutton brought to her Nativo. Die. She had been a decline for several months and her Mir a cult us strength which had so Iong sustained her her weary wandering at lust foods a of her utterly. Leer sister had died some time before end the widowed Hus hand had soon after removed to the far West so Lucy had no friends no Homo but the alms Huuson. But they were very kind to her there. The Matron a woman whose soft heart even the hourly contemplation of human misery could not Burden gave herself wit i a wearying Devotion to the quiet sufferer Vith eyes of Christian Faith she watched the shattered barque of that life As borne Down the tide within it neared the great deep of Etc pity Yuth anxious Day about a week from the time of her arrival buoy appeared to suffer greatly and those about her looked for her release almost impatiently j. But at night 6he Wab evidently better and for tho first time slept trait quil Neil nut Unini. Frim us hat a though we sire born a you re not yet buried Wlms a Jab hath a Oil. Bis unerring a Ira Jiow worthless is glory hot a rapt a Naipo to would Bartor oart�4�?Ts laurels Many times o or rather than Cross to that shadowy Shore. And i saw As i went my lonely Way. A through fancy a go nips of that Athl Day a a Whon tho worlds Hugo Gravo shall offer its Doad a and the myriads Rush with a mighty tread a. , Divillian Gravo dog ger All Haji listen to answer Call it 1 of slim Olio will swear that time is Over. And trembling stand eternity a Shoro. Aka Sii Ohk. May. 27, 1802. Caval Rist a sight of be ibs. By Orace Greenwood. A moslem stale. Journal published at i without daring to moot the Eyo of any one i know you la Winte Plains now Yore copying the Fob a out him it he Siirid �?~-1 wish to Mako sex a wild Sui lowing touching Story gives the following a Quot t us d0ce33ty to be Matt Law the Long lost reason of the wan. F s0,i Ye-"3.�?T�?Ttho Tolo j1 held by to Hai 4 if by a Rifo it then Quot Aro Monr your Friend and Hlll know me repeat americans Are inquisitive people yet from the very necessity which tins engenders there is no Porson better . The Art of parrying and baffling inquisitiveness another than a Yankee Ive were Imit amused recently by account Given by a Fly Friend of a colloquy which came off i Phu try Village through which he was travelling Between himself and one. Of the a a natives a who. it Hing cupid qty to Gre Iota his of a a Quot a own do. Yon do a exo Aimea tho latter hustling up to him Asho align ipod fora few. Moments at a hotel. A Are ooh be seen you Tore now v. Of yes was the answer of the Yankee a no doubt i have Boen there aftan my life.�?T. Spost you to going to a expecting the name and place to he so plied a a just so i go there regularly onco a i and you be come from Rry. A exactly sir a you Are exactly right that place of. a a ideally. New Dew Tell i Esposo you re a lawyer or maybe a trader or Perl ups some other be re shut or calling a t yes i have air Days Pii sued some Ono of these professions.�?T. A got business tho country he a a a yes i am it this time engaged travel a a a by your that Yon Reform Boston anything stirring yes men women horses Atid carriages and a famous you done to say so ? Well i declare How Yon Are Tasha Cut e. What do Yap think they will do with Sims a. R. A a Why it is my opinion that Uliey will either deliver him up to the Elf Tifaut of let him go free1aa you be had a monstrous sight of rain a walk Over the Balue Field. The horrors of War the dead heaps ghastly spectacle postures of the. Slain. Tho correspondent of the new York express from fair Oak station june 6th inst writes a follows i paid a visit to the Battle Field of saturday and sunday called by Somo the a Battle of finos a this morning. Tho Camp of cases a division presented it sight which. Fun artist might envy and yet one of Desow a ton. All around Lay charred ruins clothing guns Cartridge boxes &e., the property mainly of our own troops the whole Camp was just As level As the Russ pavement Broad Way. Here it was a Micro tho enemy first made their first appearance saturday and where they so badly drove Back our a Little further is a piece of Woods and by walking through water and mud knee deep one is enabled to investigate its tho bark of nearly every tree is peeled off to Ward the roots the Rifle balls and canister fired into Forest by our men having taken Down the As Lively As they did rebels. Letters guns by the dozens both Sucesh and Union clothing enough to. Start half the Catham Street business new made Graves yet unhurried bodies All the minor indications of Battle and death form one of the Saddest scenes Ever witnessed the Virginia Peninsula a swamp we found eight bodies of alabamians close together and. such a Stato of decomposition that hardly a Man saw them without turning away his head. Their clothes were but the bodies were so swollen hat they fitted As tight As tho skin itself. several cases tho flesh had already been Enton off by vermin and the Skull Lay Hare. It was a do Agustin scene which some people might have seen with profit rut it ought to he added that our. People Are hurrying the dead just As last As Tlley can reach the remains. A i saw oho body which was evidently that of a rebel officer. A Bostons did. awful sight of damage i suppose a v ,. A a to it wet a the buildings and made the streets Damp very Damp indeed a a did no told Fantail Hall get ii soaking. A f a a a ,,, under the Liberty tree Tom hot rte. The ld11reply t ump a morning. The Matron who was by her w ar0un i bedside whop the awoke was startled by the i r i s�,neab0ufc a a Clear and Earnest gaze which met her own had and stepping to the Side but she smiled and bade the invalid a a Good Board tossed of a Glass of , Lucy looked bewildered but the Vina if Btu of fent with voice seemed Tov assure Frand she amazement. I inf Tlly it rough Farmer exclaimed. 1 claim Odd a better late than never Young a a Ihn. I. I a a. A irsvoross01the1 room pm of him�o1f0byj dbl a a a a a found it Ziril 8ly�?T she and Ellen and took her hand is. Then where am i?.and who Are you ? i done to Avit Hout daring to meet the Eyo of any one know you 1�?� about him he said a a i wish to Mako sex a wild Surprise flashed across tho mind of a you Are a circus Chap i guess you Are Kinder fooling. Pray mister if its a civil question what might your name be a. A it might to Smith or Browne but it is not by a Iong Chalk. , sir i never had a name when i was born my Mother was. So Busy that she forgot to name me and soon after i was swapped away by mistake for another boy and am now just applying to the legislature for a name Lyden f get it i will Send you my card. Good morning sir.�?T. And to saying the speaker Jui hoped into the Carriage arid drove off leaving the Raul pry of the place scratching his head bewilderment and apparently Intro perplexity than Ere he Hotd commenced his Cater risings Yon Wil thi7 t3 tale Bear u a Uta by the hand is qty wife a then flu 00 r0ad with interest is turning Apo logical manner to i and ipsi�r.krt5?s Lipa of time no to 101u t from the the dread reality of tho vision she Laid her a a All trn i a Iofin a a ,.n our boyhood Davs he to u aot8� i i0, band Ellen a shoulder and tot to Glide must be untrue and that cannot be for to Shadow of that sad odo0 i Quot i the a0�?�? ,0r a or i a a by to she Toubo a to 1 to a Vin loved me we loved each other Well and al broken and Beed hl01 �?T8 to unhappy a w size let me see them 1�?� she ratr8no curterislyetails1,008 who Cut he a yes t5,�� pulqw10&Quot--Why what Tutt so arts Swash tia a a st ii i to the sri so Sash Xyz when Yarda Herin tho btrgt7�ucoming to Buck Agama the Wall. Then Lucy clasping i like Olav Oman s turn Back Cross to tho oth we inva ably hands upon her forehead first gave voice j. A a and a to me _ la aaai4 Luke of. _. A. W w or climb a Fence to a .6i to of the Way i to anguish and despair one fearful cry him. No item Clr Iju try and and which could not but y0rlkh� a a Treuse irnmasistnuao�m�en�0w i i �?on8iblo so 1l cd b00�?o remove wring forever through tho souls of that guilty pair and then foil Man wus a at their feet. To ild she stay m a _ so it is a said the Matron gently and so is mine and yet we had fair plump hands when to wore Young. Dear Lucy it to you not know me ? t am Marla Allen a i was to Hayo been your bridesmaid 1�?� i can narrate no More i will not make Tom a no i a Nan ii Pic a a a i by attempt to Giro detail All that mourn by a laments and guests fun Revo Ahng to reduce to exp Restivo ivors the dread Sublimity of that hop loss sorrow. To the wretched Lucy tho last thirty Quot years were As though they had not Boen. Of not proved a a l ? 0?,utl�r� traitorous sister stood before her and made i rath0r go it a a mod that the first sight1 term ble aant Unoo font a or observable f a a a for a Man-1 of Bill a a ,i----1____� theager of the paros is and Noble girl of Nannt two Opportunity for a a War or two younger it and Elleo to the of Ondera h�9 first b r Quot tier Liuz boor a a blk a for itsiserirtn�ni<l0r j ,n�?~i�f�llo0 s Lovely Faeo had weakened the em-9 serenity Wero Concan i and Sun Piro of her plainer sister Over Bis affections. Ytt0d a heart of the do8npas8i�?d fint later Riew 8 Ltd complot to the arli oat Yuu a be Artof the Luw Iviam Usu comp Iota i0,d,s- Sho.wasfw0 too quest of. Bis loyalty but he childhood for a to him Antei from hoi by a a a d �0 obo0lf by nor and fire v01c0 of til Vii lint o Nili pm Imam 211 Lxi _ Hnz a a a a a a a a cd of ,�0g add iors�e8te�? f h he giant Antipero of >alptettine8bcptoroga-bl� own ally a Nati a a 0 or Tere Spensi a Quot a Fulgenty Fatell ?3, at a11 Timon Bio As sister a Milf 7 Mot born Abd to i Jetho ruin of �ontri-0 for the Quot let ,10t a file to s of Kahlua fur i uni m nurse re Here a a a and a a a st of generosity. 10 Dot Osjahlo no -aroatur0s�?T is m a Beautiful woman Hotd a a never to id Bis Loro till his Way to espouse another m unguarded moment to revealed it Vowel called Forth answering acknowledgement from Thoy bad thought it Best order to a save pain from Lucy a a and prevent Rich oltion from Here and to see Euie their own happiness to he married before Thoy arrived at 0 or Iris remained insensible for Sotria hours. When she had Roy ived arid had apparently regained her Contoi Osnoss she still maintained her strange silence. This Oon Tinus a uhtil1 the kind Matron paused frequently the Flad of her poor friends madness arid wanderings but the invalid would say a a go go a though tho Leadon drops of of Tony stood think upon her . Whop she asked for her sister tho Matron replied. A Sho has goo Bosforo Yon and your father _ a and my Mother a said Lucy Bor free lit with a sickly Ray of Hippo a a i our Mother i its been Doft for Twenty years.�?�. Quot Deal All. Gone i alone 1 old i dying ? of my of Bitternose is full a arid she wept aloud. Her friends bending Over add Pps i0s p tying tears with hers said ,.�?o but you know who drank that our by fore you a Lucy looked1 up with tiie court of masonry.-. Lodge no 227, under the jurisdiction of the grand Lodge of Ireland was attached by a travelling warrant which had been granted the year 178?, to the 46th regiment of the British army while serving America during the War of the revolution the Lodge Chest fat Ong to ipod Stys tho London Freemason s review fell lotto tho hands of , and they reported tiie to. Geni Washington who a trib Yao the al Poi to unit if testifying his. Estimation of masonry tho Mist Gratifying manner by directing to Vrient Honor under a distinguished officer should take Shargo of the Chest with Ift Tny articles of vat due belonging 4qth, and return them to the regiment. The Surprise tho feeling of both Zuffi cars and men May to imagined when they perceived the Flag of announced this elegant compliment from tie Noble opponent but still More Noble brother. The guard of Honor with their flutes playing a Maurod March the Chest containing the Constitution and implements of the Craft born aloft like another Ark of the covenant equally by englishmen and Aine iveans who lately engaged the strife of War now marched through tho end bladed rank3 of the Gallant regiment that with presented arms and Leolur hailed the glorious net by cheers which the sentiment rendered stored As the hallelujah of Angola a song. A _ similar Courtesy was Oxton ded to this Lodge another and subsequent the year 1805, while tho Island of bom inn the 46th regiment was attacked by a French Force War at that time existing to tween the governments of France and great Britain and again the Lodge had the misfortune to lose its Chest which was carried Board Fleet its map ors haying had go Opportunity of discovering the Ria Turo of its contents. But three years afterwards when the character of the prize had Heco Igo known the Jiyo Noli. Government at the Earnest request of Tolje offie Ofa who had commanded the expedition returned the Chest with several complimentary presents As a tribute from of lightened option to the excellence and Skorod Zehava oter of the Ifa Softie institution. 1834, the warrant or Constitution of this Lodge was renewed by the grand Lodge of Ireland which occasion these interesting its history pro elicited from the records. \ of the ultimate Foto of a Lodge whose a to . War Kornj so interesting a portion of the Ann fils of Stroo met Sony it is fortunate that we can furnish the history. The Lodge Beamo again dormant but was revived the 28th of Sharoh 1847, and established Loriga gently Montreal As a tho Lodge of toc Fitl and military Virtues no. 227.�?� Ilis clothing was rather better than that of a of trip majority we saw and other indications of rank a Ere numerous he Lay concealed a Hind some Brush and had evidently a founded sought shelter and there died. The Lii us were contracted but the face Thore seemed to rest it Placid smile. No hand held to a rail Fence Pear by while the other was extended upon the Erith. Like nil the rest the Hedy was swollen to twice its natural size and millions of vermin were fast devouring it. Calling some scouts a grave was dug and the decaying flesh was consigned to its last resting place. Another body was found sitting the ground the Hack braced against a Fence a the skin was peeling off the hands and Hung Down front the fingers shreds. Ono hand rested the Musket Contenta had been discharged. The head drooped to one Side and the features Woro fearfully contracted evidencing a dying struggle of a most painful nature. A curiosity seeker might have collected a Bushel of letters these weeds so full of horrors but i have not the heart Tor tho task. To show How desperate was the struggle the heavy Woods Between Casey a and Ward s Camp i have spoken of the Bullet Marks upon the Trees of tho dead and of their effects everywhere seen. Another inti cation was the clothing yet hanging upon Low tree branches fences and lying Ripon he ground. officer engaged the Battle tells me that when we pursued sunday the retreating rebels to the Woods through who old saturday they drove us a desperate encounter ensued a Huw rec a of men both sides throw off ail their superfluous clothing and went As we were told the sixty ninth did at Bull run stripped almost to the Waist those who had tho Opportunity placed their Coats Walior they Woi Ltd to. Preserve others with no time for Taftt threw them a the ground and lost Theip with their a a Prairie of two acres there Are gathered arms orig to Supply a new York militia regiment la Taftt Smalt space nearly sift hot ridged men were sent to Imp ? Lens a count at Casey sold Camp there Terri no human bodies As there it was easy matter to i pose of them immediately utter the hundreds of horses torn by shut and Shell Lay All around tho carcasses editing a pestilential Steich. sunday when we posses sign of the Field men and together making fun of. Vliem. _ the Nashville Union has been a a having its Little jokes at the expense of the discomfited Sec Esli of that City. The Quirin purports to review the a a Kiev. D. My Ferrins Confederate primer a arid gives some Choice extracts from its a pages. Tho primer after giving the alphabet form offers Somo Little rhymes for Young confederates from which to select it few samples a a. A. A a. A. At Nashville a fall we sinned All. A a t. At number ten Ive sinned again. F. Thy purse to mend old Floyd attend. L. A. Abe Lincoln bold. ,. Our ports doth hold. D. A Jeff Davis tells a Litaud so must you and l. P. ,. Bravo pillows flight is out of sight. A a b. A a Quot doth play a a Aud after slay 0. Quot Yon talc will be tile Gallows tree of Richmonds fallen majesty. Tie full thing Are taken fro the biographical questions and answers for. Little Ohil Dren a a. A a who was the first Man ? a general Pillow a because he was tho first to rail off from fort Dori Olson a a Ivelio was tho strongest Man a general Price for you can smell him a mile. Quot a a who the Wisest Man ? a governor Wise for lie has that disco Tion which is Trio a a better part of our ions the curiosities exhibited fat thelast Paris exposition and any hissed for ours was a Lii tee concave Mirror tho it Stfort Ling Spe eiris of optical. Magic. standing close to the Mirror arid Lucking into it it presents nothing but a monstrous Diss option of your own physiognomy. retiring a Little say a a Opla of feet it gives your own Faco and figure True proportion but rep used the head downwards. Most of tho spectators no Banff of anything Rise observe these two effects and pass . But retire still further. Standing at the distance of five or six feet from the , find behold Jpn Soo yourself not As a reflection it does not strike you As a reflection but or our veritable self standing the Middle part Between you Anil tho Mirror. The effect is Altri Ost appalling from the idea it suggest of something supernatural by startling m fact that the styx it a a a nerves will shrink involuntarily at the tip View. If you raise your Crino to thrust it Rit your other Solf you will see it pass through the body and appearing the other Side,.tho Fig ure thrusting stat Sqq the same inst Rit. / act a dad a said a hopeful sprig a How Many fowls Are the table a a a. I a a b it and gentleman As he looked complacently a pair of finely roasted chickens that twerp smoking the dinner Tahlo a Why my son hero Aro two.?.a two 1�?� replied Young smartness a there Are three sir and ill prove a a it lire a replied the old gentleman who was a Plain matter of fact Man and understood. Things Asho saw them. A a a like to have you prove a /. A easily done air easily done ainu to that one a laying his knife upon the first ? ,. �?oy0si to lint a certain a said his a Ltd. A and ainu to that two a pointing to the second a and done tone arid two Ridden together make three a. 1. the father turning to theold lady who was listening astonishment at the immense learning of her son a really wife this boy is a Genius to be a Neq Urago a for it Here old lady do you take one fowl arid ill take tho second arid John May have Trio third for his learning.�?�. Could it see Juggler was performing to a , and exhibiting one of his cuts of mysterious disappearance pc Coni paying. the following Strain. 7. A now gentlemen i take the Hall thus the paint of my left hand a cover it with , thus rub them gently together this style and behold 1 a tis gone. You a this see gentlemen�?�?T.�?�. A no i can to see a replied individual among Trio audience. A Quot the Juggler repeated his performance. A i. Take the Hall this of Cetera and behold i fio go Rio. You Tylius see gentlemen a. Quot a. A no i cannot see a Reite rotted the same individual .1. A i Muy i ask a ret turned Twig excited Juggler. A Why tho go it la Man can to see when�?1a a a yes that a about the thing. I . The Juggler rang Down the curtain. A Large on��.�?�?~ do Yori Call Eliom Laree turnips a a. A. A Why yes they1 Aro considerable ,. A they May so for turnips hut flirty Ata v. Nothing to onion i saw tho Othi r a and How Large was Liri onion a a 0, a monster it Weig Liefl forty pounds a forty pounds a 1 of. _ a yes and we took off the layers and. Tho. Sixteenth layer went completely round a Dom i John that head four of Irons 1�?T \ Quot a a what a whip Pis a Quot a. A you Don t sri Liat i lie a. A �?~0,. No what a whopper of onion. I . Black vs., True american. Arns from reliable authority Taftt certain abolitionists Bucks enmity Pennsylvania have a eco Navy a Tito labourers their farms Antt have substituted them by negroes from the South at the enor irilous wages of ten cents a Day. A Quot. Quot a a ,077�?� the facetious or. Bearcroft told his. Friom or. 1 t it or name is such a Long one i shall drop tho sit tart and Call you Van for the a a with All my heart a the same Rule t shall drop tho draft and Call you bears shooting tax collector called 077�?o a modest old maid visiting newly married Friend recently saw her husband s shirt lying the Bod Oxola med a ooh mercy a Many a shirt your Bou t such a thing would give my a a 0 Nightmare 1�?�. A a very Likely a responded the Wim 00 Joss the Man was it.�?�. A Tsofi a Ireland and Vortisch that to will pop sur Idoy school twice it Wook Tuo Days arid saturdays. A a i Tilor Ami Steed Ono Rotl ii rial wont tho Are now Hoing burned As that is the Only Efty which they can to disposed of and the l Orrid eff Hvid removed from its close Contact with our Camp. A upon approaching this spot it requires considerable Effort to Load a Man to walk up to it the reeking Oder boing offensive. It to Morrow its Condi Tien will be favourable Ono ugh for ro-oceq.tion, it direct Railroad Une from this Camp to Richmond is just Soven Miles. A fair Oak is the name station a building near the switch is now. Used its a Lisp ital mainly for the Robel wounded and Rig tit opposite Are tho Headquarters of Gen. Meagher and his Irish brigade. Speaking of tho Hospital at this station reminds to that our men yet find wounded rebels the Woods. Yesterday two or three Wero discovered under some Brush. One had a leg amputated just below the knew by a rebel doctor who is with his companions another had a foot taken off find Arm. Leif Liparit conveniences for Tiro por treatment the operation seemed very harsh. The sufferers were seated upon it barrel and head by it couple of men submitted to the painful treatment a around wore the amputated parts and pools of blood. Seated against a tree near by was a rebel Soldier Well Clad a suit of Confederate Gray with a Bullet Hole both Cheeks. The missile had passed one Side and a none out upon tho Othor. His face was a smeared with clotted Gore arid owing to Long no Gleet the fed Erale Hotd just found him it was impossible for him to articulate the vory picture of misery this unfortunate Man sett propped against a tree awaiting his turn for treatment. . Blankets near by Wero half dozen who had died tiring surgical operation. Othor a Prilo and weak Locke Ltd �r0,u,d them with a half frightened gaze witnessing tho work of Ali or surgeons. Dozens of or own men were at Iurii i. And silence sat the Fate of War a Rio wants to see but once the tryst who first Suco eded finishing a Mirror of. This description brought it to one of tho French Kings if to recollect aright it. I w Farmer at Wilton Iowa for his dog tax Ivas Louis. Xvi placed his majesty the i Phe to and the Calfee Tiv right spot and bade him draw his sword and shot his dog whereupon the Farmer Midi thrust it at the figure he saw. The King did i lately seized his gun and shot the a Olleo Tor so but seeing tho Point of tho sword direct a read the sput. Red to his own breast lie threw Down his weapon and ran Otway tho Cost the inventor the Kings patronage and favor his majesty being afterwards a ris Hamed of his own cowardice that he Eoula never again look at the Mirror or its paper. A some , a Timo a Yankee who was travelling through Kentucky had a Fine horse and no Money. To had taught the animal to lie Down or sit his haunches when the bridle was pulled pretty hard. Our traveler saw no Way of replenishing his purse hut by Selling his horse Rind this lie resolved to do. Tho first Opportunity Asho was Goin slowly along to saw it Hunter at some Dis Tanco from the Road a Hiiri to Rode up to Aud accosted. tho course of the conversation he told the latter he had invaluable horse to sell a would act precisely like a setter Whon to was Vicinity of game. Casting his eyes around same time discovering Sonie Tresh Rabbit tracks he gave the bridle a Jerk Tbs docile animal Lay Down aaa there Are some rabbits bore a said the rider. Fri know by his oars a a the kentuckian curious to test the reputed sagacity of tho horse to arched around and sure Enoi Igny started three or four rabbits. Lie was greatly surprised hut the Yankee took the affair of Eurse. Tumaka a Alung Story Short tho wonderful horse changed hands , to lire Hundred dollars being consideration. Ilis new own or mounted him and with characteristic hospitality the Yankoos agreed to accompany him Home. They soc came to it Stream which they had to Cross and which was rather deep for horsemen. Judge of the kentuckian s dismay when .pulling, the bridle a the Middle of tho River his Steed subsided tho running Waters As if a Hippopotamus. A How is this who roared out nothing hut his Bead visible. The Yankee who was mounted the Hunters other horse was not disown sorted the last hut replied coolly Quot of Quot a. D77�?o target shooting is now prot ipod. Universally. the French army not Only to e troops . Foot Rind mounted Whir Aro. Armed with my Septa tit the part the of Troiso but a also the cavalry regiments armed with pistols Only such As tho lancers. V v. A a Blythe Odd Way of. Increasing the. Circulation of newspapers. The policy recently closed Twenty seven Coffee houses Leuico because they refused to take tho Verona Gazette. Of a doctors wife attempted to move him by her tears. A nah a , a tears Are useless. I have anal Zedi them they o int tin Little phosphate of Lime some Cholo ate of Sodi Uriv and a Linn Irod and forty Nino Bales of. Cotton Wero shipped from this port yesterday. Prices Wero. Rather stiffer than they have Boon for soft 0 time past. Mesh vile Union May 30,. 7 b77&Quot a a you can to do too much work for your employers Man a said somebody to it hig listed Strong Baek Man of All Wirk the wharf one Day. A a Arrah Baja Hora a replied with emphasis a a neither will i it b77�?o during the whole of tho Battlo Ali 1st inst. Prof. Lewes balloon was Overlook i the terrific scene from Altitude of about 2,000 feet. This is the first Bloon Rufio Huq to Saneo during a Battle. Quot Quot 077�?o there must coi mainly he a Deal of fun attendant upon running machine a else Thero would not be so Many willing to work Gratis for insurance companies. 077�?o a gon Lonian who wont off Learoh of his rights 1ms returned to Louisville an4 says tho Only Onos to was Likely to find the Sunthorn confederacy was his fun Ofaf riots. A. _ Fly old unit inns made of a shoddy Are i forgot to Tell you he is As Good for i demand to he manufactured into blotting a fish As for rabbits 1�?� time Swart Dixie Tijero was a Jit to Hoy Only four years old Iris name was flix a. His fathers nam0 waa i Shami and his Mother s was All Sham Dix a was very Smirt. A Ifo would drink Whis key fight Ohio Ena ploy poker and Ouss his Mytien to was Only two years old he could steal sugar Hook preserve drown Rit tips and toll lies like a Man. Dix a died Rind went to tho bad place. But the Dovil would not lot Dix a stay Thero for to said a Whon you get big Pix a you would to head Dey your.-, All Little rebels Oug itto be like Dixy and so they will if they study the con fed Erato Sprira or Temperance Havo seen a number of receipts your paper lately for making up Rico Boer hut none of aptly meet my wishes and As i Havo. Been Trio recipient of a very Good one i Forward it to you with a bottle of the Santa to see if you do not agree with m0 pronouncing it excellent. Receipt 1 gallon of water a quart Good molasses ounce whole Olores t ounce we into Ginger Root i Onnela whole alls plop j ounce bits Sofras. Boil All Well. A i boil nii00 three after Takhing it off the fire pour it into a clean tub and add one and a half Gallons of water. L0t this Atrid till milk Wierm then add two table spoons of hot Kerr a or or ewer a yeast then stand away the cellar or some tool place during the night Povy Ririe to with a Towel to keep flies out. The next Driy it will to fit for bottling. One or two re Isons with a few Liolios punched them with a Fork placed each bottle add greatly to its flavor. Put it Strong bottles Cork tightly and tie Down with twine. Set a cold Collar and Throo or four Days it will to Ripe. A Germantown. Telegraph. ,jt6f when tie lawyers flourish the Laws a do not per. if they will Ever out the remembrance of the Siris of certain contractors. I a. 377�?o Quot Why Are two Youing ladies kissing each Othor of Moloni of ? answer a a because Thoy Aro doing to Orion other As Thoy would men should do unto 377&Quot the first rebel regiment of icon Uoka has Boon disbanded by tho Confederate military authorities. The Sauao assigned is that it could not be de Pontod upon. 8�. Theodore plonk met i Fri Ppd just of after leaving tho Kings Bench prison who said to him that Iio was getting fat a yes a replied look a 1 was enlarged to Day. If you wait Fop oth0rs to Advance your interests this world you will Havo wait so Long Taftt your interests will not be Worth and yanking fat All. K77&Quot a a Thorp now a cried a Little girl while rummaging it drawer tho Bureau a a there now Gran a 1ms Gono to heaven without his spectacles.�?�. A b77�?� during tho past year tho Ca Liolios of tho United slates have Dodio ated 95 Chirch is Many of Thorn very costly find magnificent. those who Lac Kappil ral Ohara oter May be sure they a , a a sustain without do Toction a a a a a

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