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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - July 17, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaYol. 49. Carlisle pa., thursday july 17, 1862. No. 6. American Volunteer. Rudus hed every thursday Morni Jaq by Jon b. Bratton. Terms. ? Dollar and fifty cents paid in Advance two dollars if paid within tho year a nine two dollars and fifty conts if not paid within tho year these Ornis will to rigidly adhered to if every instance. No subscription discontinued until null arrearage Are paid unless at tho option of the editor. A. A to companion by the Caan and not exceeding one Square will to inserted three limes for one Dollar and Twenty Fiyo cents for each additional ius ortion. Those of a greater length in proportion. A. A Job in ninth not such As hand Bills hosting Bills pamphlets Blanks labels to. �to., of outed with us Turnoy no Ati tho shortest notion. A. Ellsworth a avengers. Air Annie Lisle by a. A Hudson. Down near tho Patriot army near Potomac a Side Mirds tho glorious cause of Freedom a Gallant Ellsworth died a. Bravo was tho. Noble chieftain at his country Scall a. A. A hastened to tho Field of Battlo. A and was first to fall. A a a a chorus a Petriko Foremon for tho Union ,. Sheath your swords no More. A Whilo remains in arms , on Columbia s Siloro. Entering tho traitor City. A. With his soldiers True a a lending up tho zouave column fixed became his View Soo that rebel hag is floating a Over Yon building tall 1spoke ,.while his dark Oye glistened boys that Flag must fall v a a. Chorus. Quickly from its proud position. That Hose Flag a feb torn. A Trivin plod Noath tho feet of Foremon. A circling Ellsworth a form. See him Beer it Down tho Landing to traitors . A Hoar him. Groan of l god boy to shot him Ellsworth is no More. ,. A chorus. First to fall thou Youthful Martyr hapless was thy Lato y a a / Ila stoned we As thy avengers from thy native state. /. Speed to on from town and. City not for wealth or Faino. But because to love the Union. Ardour Ellsworth Shamo. A 1 chorus a a Quot a traitors hands shall never Sunder that for which you died. A /. Irenr the oath our lips now utter Wiir nations Pride. our Hopes of Yon Brig Thavon by the god who reigns above us won a avenge thy blood. A a a. Oiom. Effii Mantil winning a heart by cutting n Hole in tie head. ,117 a member of a ii medical profession. Over Hor in agony chafing her temples pressing her with their hands calling upon her name in vain their anguish subsided in floods of tears. Messen Gora had been despatched to different parts of the boat to ascertain if Thore was among tho passengers a surgeon who could ascertain the nature of the injury. To one had yet been found. I asked How the to rident occurred and was informed that when the boat stopped the Young lady was leaning Over the fail of tho promenade Deok the seniors anxiously Rushing to one Side As the fishing boat passed caused the Steamer to Careen when the fell to the. Deck below striking her head on the Corner of. The Chain Box. A medical gentleman entered the Cabina Young Man entered with him. Upon examination it was found that the Skull of the Young lady was fractured and every indication of compression of the brain. This intelligence was. Imparted to the unhappy Parent of the girl with the candid acknowledgement that her situation was one of imminent peril. A can nothing be done to save her a said the weeping father. The sister had been removed in an almost unconscious state from the Cabin and was in the care of some of the he replied that there was hut ode Hopo to rest upon an operation and that skilfully raised them to her head. The Eye of the sufferer resumed its natural office and trom her lips came the words of transport a father i am Safe 1 i am better in transition from death to a life so sudden was like the charms of the magicians overcome by the change her father Sank into a chair and was not disturbed till the proper dressings were applied and the opern ton pronounced Complete. The party was soon after landed at the town where i intended to spend some jays and with the Young surgeon i assisted in her removal to the Carriage. For Days he attended her constantly and her com plete recovery was the result. Is there not something romantic in this a. A no its what might be called an interesting Case and its equal May to found in any of your Public lectures by distinguished professors of a Well its an Odd Way to be introduced to a wife you la allow that i suppose v. A Why yes one suppose that cutting a Hole in the cranium of a Young lady was the Way to win her heart. A it was in this Case at any rate. The fair haired lady i introduced you to yesterday the wife of my Friend. You know who a you i be that there is no Romance in our Pru fission. A a to be sure i do things happen Queerly sometimes and we make strange tho course of our practice i admit but that anything romantic As the word is understood occurs in tho practice of surgery i. thus discoursed two Young gentlemen who wrote m. At the end of their names. A Charles a said tho older of the two a Light your Cigar and listen. Two years Bosforo i received my degree the events Liore narrated lie opened a portfolio and commenced Reading As follows a. A during a period of time occupied by me Ina tour through tho now England states in the year 185-, i was on Board a Steamboat crowded with passengers. The state of Maine had attractions for to and to one of Hor towns i was destined. Among the Many groups that were enjoying the sight of the sea in Lau their chosen positions on tho Steamer s deck Tom of fico Natur a Low Houra after our departure the Atte Tiou of Many observers was attracted More particularly to a family party of three persons a an elderly gentle Roah with intellectual appearance and two Young ladies daughters one an invalid tho other the incarnation of health and Beauty. The object of their Jour and speedily performed. A Arhat operation ? asked the father holding her head in his hands and waiting a reply in breathless tre panning a quietly Respo Ridkod the Phy. Simian and briefly explaining Liis meaning. A painful silence of some minutes now ensued. A when this dreadful operation is performed what is the Chance of recovery a gasped the father seizing the physician by the Arm a that must depend upon circumstances was tho reply. ,. Save her life. Ellon my child my child poor girl a tis an awful thing to think of. If As you say it must be done for heavens Sake lose no tim�.�?T. A i have no instrument fit for the purpose nor would i undertake it if i. Had. It needs a mope experienced hand than mine. I never saw it done. From books Only i know its nature and manner of the Captain remarked that he had a Case of instruments on Board the boat of their purpose he was ignorant. The Young Man who had entered with the physician had been carefully examining tho injury and requested the Captain to procure the instruments Fly to left the Cabin for that purpose. He then Raldi Issod tho physician sir should the Trepan he at hand would it not he Well to attempt the operation a in her present state she , unless Somo Aid be promptly Given i will assist you. A Are you a physician a a a a i am a student of Medicine Only have seen the Trepan twice used with complot Success. L am aware tis a dangerous operation though easily a i shall . I could not summon i do not profess a we Are Many Miles from land sir. I nov or perform cd this or any other opera lion upon the human body. Relying upon my knowledge of Anatomy the exigency of tho cases the favourable position of tho wound-1 would not shrink in any attempt to save a valuable life. Achy should you sir a a tho Captain returned the ease was opened proved upon examination to be it Large Case of amputating instruments and fortunately the Trojan and its necessary instruments accompanying them. The father revived from an apparent stupor. Tie sight of tho knives him shudder. A Well a said lie in a whisper a what is to be done a tho Young Man and the physician were conversing inaudibly together for a moment. A no sir, the physician. A nothing in tho world would induce Roe to attempt it. Having no Confidence in my own Power you know sir in 1b not Likely that i should succeed.�?T. Is no doctor was the heroine of my Romance i Lead tho Story for Bijj the m.d., who was present on tho occasion and her father has Given him with her a Fortune. Shattock of hair you saw braided in the brooch you so much admired in his bosom was tho one Cut from Ellon a head previous to the operation and which he prizes beyond the jewels that Compass it. Now what say you to tho Romance of our profession a Hay a yawned the Junior m. D., a Why that such things done to happen every Day. Why is not your Friend one of us a. A he is in All hut name possessing the qualities necessary to the practice of the Healing Art an Honor to society delighting to do Good enjoying the Felicity of Domestic life with a companion won from tho Gravo by the knowledge of a splendid science and Cour Ogeous exorcise of its principles. Is not his Reward the continuation of a True Romance a Wigint is the simplest Jay of incr Tising the a slow boat ? to make her fast. It Urish to May Tako it a not. Where the Dawyot. For granted the Laws 5 the ship called Staja Manship is generally a spec Imp of land or it a a my dear sir Yoli Flavo used my half of our Case of a ooh yes you Are my Friend and Tako your there Are some human tongues which have two sides like that ascertain quadrupeds Ono smooth and. The Otlmor very rough. Tho less a Man knows the wider his Mouth opens. It is As impossible for a fool to keep his jaws shut a As it is for a sick Oyster to keep his Shell pm Sod. Uno Star a trembling into sight 1 and soft As sleep tho darkness Falls tho Vood Dovo from tho Forest Calls tho Bat begins his wayward flight. Streams murmuring in tho oar of night within the Woody hollow wind Whoso Dusky boil Gas Aro into twined above Thor Musio and their Light. Tho Woodland Rango is dimly Bino with Smoko that creeps from cots in scan and Briery Hodge and Meadow Garcon. Put on their White night Robe of Dow. And Voty sound that Breaks tho Calm is Liko a Lullaby to rest. All is at Poa ooh of capt tho roast that goods tho most its soothing Balm the pilots Story a positive witness. It is of Warren the author of ten thou Sand a year a that this Sharp practice in the examination of a Man accused of swearing falsely in a will ease is related. It show great dramatic Power unconsciously exhibited in his daily business. The prisoner being arraigned find the formalities gone through with the prosecutor a neing Hie thumb Over the Seal held up the will and demanded of the prisoner whether he had seen the testator sign that instrument to which lie Pron aptly answered he had. A and did you see it at his request As subscribing witness a. I did. Was it sealed with red or Black Wax ? with red you see him Seal it wit i red we a ? i where was tie testator when to signed and Sej led this will. Ujj. A in his Bod. V. Play How Long a piece of Wax did he use about three of four inches. Who gave the testator this piece of Wax i did. Where did you get it. From the drawer in his desk. How did he Light the piece of Wax ?. Avith a Candle. Whore did that piece of candid Como from got it out of a cupboard in his room. Iipp Long was that piece of a fondle ? perhaps four or five inches Long. Who lit it ?. I lit it. A a a. What with with a match. Where did you got the match ? on tho Mantle shelf in the room. You did i did. Here Warren paused and fixing Liis Large if you wore not on tho Bont and under 1 do zip ljlu0 ep.08 upon the prisoner lie held the tho circumstances at the request of those in a a n i a Quot l to Rosted i would attempt it. Jut it is under Doy was the restoration of the health of the not Hotd. De stood that you refuse and if the father will Trust to i will save her if i can. Captain you know me. I have none but Good tho father listened. Tho Calm and Cool manner of the student weighed much in his favor. After a look at Liis child who still seemed in tho sleep of death the Low Peculiar breathing sound attendant upon such Casos being the Only sign of life and sure symptom it tho nature of the Hurt he took the Young Man by the hand and said. A do what you think Best. Save her if you can. God help you a Iio kissed her and walked away checking his emotion repeating the prayer for Lior safety. A request was for those whose Aid was not necessary to retire from the Cabin will above his Bend his thumb still resting upon tho Seal and said in a solemn measured tone. Now sir upon your solemn oath you saw the testator sign that will he signed it in his bed at ins request you signed it As a subscribing witness you saw him Seal it it was with red Wax he sealed it a piece of one two., three or four inches Long he lit that Wax with a piece of Candle which you procured for him from a cupboard you lit that Candle by a match you found on the Mantle shelf ?. I did. Once More sir non your solemn oath you did ? i did. My lord its a wafer the prisoner was convicted. Many years Vigo when i was so a Small a Hoy As to hardly recollect it now spy brother and years ago and boats were not fitted tip Iti the it May be a. Question whether an army is they Are How nor were Good pilots a or is not Brave when Joh being attacked at i thing to be found every Day. Iva had run morning meal it .resojve3 at All hazards to up an than several times when one Frion break Fasti. A i ing about ten of clock we stopped at Brook a of mint i.�?z3 in a a a Itolle to take on bowl Rdv of usual a Govert milk from the front Ivrea recently s pil6t, Down the River. Emetic in the can and the net morning Dis l a a Tran Lyrl o �?�tfl.itkf0"�?T it re �8. A covered a policeman it Little distance com Befle leaving the a v tie House a a making Bik returns Quot from rough and our usual Pilot had hard work. A i a. A 4 s i keep boat in its prop for Trace while it _ what is the differ Rico Hetle Yeii a pdfmis4 brought us into Brookville two hours later Sion to speak in a Low tone and a prohibition than the usual time. The Clouds overhead not to speak at All in the Ono Case you Aro i 8dl looked cold and the wind Hie a fresh and riot to talk aloud j in tho other you Ore not i 8tr�ug, and making All possible haste to allowed to Triloki. Again put out of the Harbor and were soon bounding on our Way. Throughout the Iri orning i noticed an anxious look on the there Are in. A a a a �o7�?T yrep0liend317 pc h�.8pok5h�8 .une�l8�d0s3 Jake a but i know la it a. Many horns there 0four journey Are in a Ouart of whisk ii a a Eye had a Good Many passengers on Board pie in a quart of we nifty. And although we unusually reached Montreal a a capt in Are a a us a going to run your by four of clock in the afternoon we should Steamboat in Liis. Fog a a timid passenger he delayed until six if not later. About ten asked of one of the so did Skippers a a no Miles this Side of each line a storm of rain sir Quot was the reply a a Vic Milit As Well try to commenced which rendered it Ali most Iri ipos drive a Toad through a Barre of tar Sihle to guide the boat at All while the rapids a Jake a Quot said an old Farmer to one of his mowers a a do you know Liow Many horns Tiro tales of a ring a a servant boy was sent into the town with a valuable ring. He took it out of its Box to. Admire it and in passing Over a Plank brides he let it fall on a Muddy Bank. Not being Able to find it he. A a. 1 the rapids of that name the Mast terrific in the whole rivet were yet to be passed. The Pilot was one of the Best on tho Ronto but a Man of passionate temper with a. Peculiar dogged look. Between him and the Ordinary boat _ f _ Pilot there existed an old grudge which had rail away took to the e��7 finally settled in a i a once or to be led to blows when they came Colony a Large Chr thine came Back of in ont not with each other. That morning ter Many years and a la a Glit tho estate on while passing one of the higher Falls they which he had been a servant. One Day while stood Togo Thor at the wheel when owing to walking Over his a Friend he came the 8trong current of the water and the Alto the Plank Bridge and there he told Liis a upyt exhausted strength of him who had Friend the Story. A i could swear Quot to said guided us All the night one of the spokes pushing his. Stick into the a to the very 8�p, from his hands and nearly caused an spot on which tho ring alien i Accident of a Protty serious nature. This an the stick came Back the. Ring was on the end no cd his companion and hard words passed fit l a it pc i Between them since Wlinich time a silent be i heard this a toy Wogu u child and should Kad been preserved. A. E,,, i Loi , a curious Quot a out two above the a a which Rollo ipod it of the i Sensi a ullity of some minds Tri degrees of probability. A gentleman in comp Uris said a i knew a thing quite As extraordinary As that. A lady of my acquaintance lost her wedding ring and could find i nowhere. This was shortly before twelfth Day. When the cake was out she found the ring in the very piece that was Cut for her. She had helped her Cook to make the cake and the ring had dropped oif her Iso person in the company disputed tho second Story being As extraordinary As the first hut Young As i was i could not help dissenting in my own mind. And now and then when i have read trials and verdicts i have suspected that the narrator of the second Story was Only one of a class which is not extinct. Darkness shut the last Rook from our. Sight Ono deafening shout arose High above the storm for her who had so. Bravely guided us through tho Shadow of death a a. A Sho would receive no thanks for herself but bidding us a a give t planks to him whose voice Over Ruleth the Eton my she retired to Hore Stato room and was lost to View. Around the Cabin table that night Bont an hour before we Enford tho Harbor of Montreal to to Arnod her history. She was the daughter of a merchant who owned the line of boats one. Of which she had just saved from. Ruin. Her Mother died when she. Was a child and Hor father Lead yielded to her wishes and allowed her to accompany him on the boat of which he was Captain. degress she became acquainted with every Bend in that Beautiful River while Calm and storm alike brought scones of Beauty toilet Eye. She was now on her Way to visit some friends at Quebec where her father proposed joining her to spend the Winter. A gentleman artist sketched her likeness on a Leaf of his portfolio As she blood at the wheel wrapped in the pilots coat with the Glass in her hand and her full length portrait still graces the gallery of Fine arts in Montreal Many a rough hard grasped the snowy fingers at parting and Many a Blessing crowned that Noble head. A magnificent Diamond an inside plate the name of Ali a vessel and Dato of a the occurrence was presented to her about Wacek after her arrival in i Sebeo by passengers who were on Board at the time while loud and triumphant were a the praises borne to the ears of a fond Parent of tho Noble conduct of that frail but fearless one who had prayed the danger before which stoic pc hearts and Strong forms Lind quailed. And what became of her afterwards ? inquired. V. /. She married an officer in Quebec and her children still live there. One is a Noble boy or rather a Man now and plows in one of the Battle ships of England ? Ope of Pur City schools not Many years ago Mem hero the committee asked the members of a Milass which Wos under examination. A a Whitt Vegs the cause of the so a toss of the Ocean Quot. Soon orig a it Tje girl raised her hand flushed with the did orig by which Lead flashed upon her mind. A a p a a you May Tell a said tie. Committee Man. fish sir 1�?� spid the Pupil. A the committee Man immediately proceeded to the next class. In Bank. A Jbv a there is no better looking go ass so an in old Friend. I a. Where the hedge is lowest men generally leap Over. A i i ,.-, lc7�?�when every one takes care of himself care is taken of All ,. Of children Tell in the Street Whitt they hear in tho House. A. ? a when Good cheering is looking orig Fritz Ndu will be packing. ,. A a a who practice not virtue in youth cannot Fly sin in old age. Y a a a a a a a e��?oword8 Are nothing but wind but seeing is believing.,. Otwhbn1 a proud Man hears another praised lib thinks he Trisel injured. A a ic7 associate with the Wise and their Wisdom will cling to Quot to Aliat do you eat every Day that nobody else eat ? , v,., we pity the Fari Fily that sits Down to a Ltd Broil three times a Dav. A ,. V a i. I. A Rel blk Cid a id it run at Corinth hut the Southern bloods did a a let Why is a Good Cook like a woman Quot of fashion. Because she dresses Well. ,. Tho rebel confederacy now so soon. To perish is utterly bankrupt. T a of w High travels the slowest heat or cold a cold can easily catch it. Dc7 people who like so Moch to talk their mind should sometimes try to mind their talk.�. E7 the Rubeli army is like an 1 in vet Tate a coquette it backs out from All engagements a --�,1. E7&Quot a Man cd Nncel possess anything by Tfir a than a Good woman nor anything worse than a bad Ono. . E a ,. A i in has a Small str am called 1 Lar big namesake is her lost. A a old strive River Noy. In a Why Are. Birds list v because their Bymes ure hollow and filled with air in Stead of marrow. A a. 1c7&Quot the e muffin thai War in the habits of blowing his own Praise gave the ear ache to his neighbors. ,. It a kit Quot theft in Obj whiyki8sod the face of na1- Ture says it did no Taite half of Well As the lips of Bis lady Friend in tho s up Oil incongruities that often Mark Man. Of left is a re alias a Roth a cd by tile London ath Jimim a a a More fiercely persecuting for opinion while writing in favor of tho rights of thought a Bacon teaching taking bribes a la Fontaine writing in intrigues while avoiding in his own a Soares like a the Bito of a cat should he treat Porson a single amour a Young making cd with cafe Nipa 1c7�?� if the medical Dogma is True that a a like �? of n. In. At mild of Woof rapids some of the rigging aloft gave a Way and the night Pilot mounted the upper Deok with the ladder attempted to make it fast. The wind blew fiercely and while exerting i All his strength to stay the mischief he lost i. An old attempting to carve his hold and foil the ladder coming Down i a fowl one Day a gentleman found consider wretched puns and writing tight thoughts. A Sterne heating his wife and crying Over a dead ass a melancholy a cow pc Gas Pirig out fire laughter moving Story of John Gil Greetly upon the head of our government Aid wounding him pretty severely. Not pausing to look at the miso if he seized the info Stu Auto Man and with almost superhuman strength he lifted him above the boat railing. The other quickly guessing his meaning wound his arms around the Neok of his com Zanio they fell together in the boiling flood below we lowered the Lifeboat As quickly As possible ropes were thrown out and every Effort put Forth to save them but in vain. They Rose to the surface of the water still looked in each Othorn a arms and then sunk from our View forever. The boat now rapidly rushed on coming nearer the frightful rapid while terror struck one by Chance of scene and the6 ��.00ura8�?T a the the a Dru Kukk Pnilesopherthe late we. Magic Potency m Manv cases of the Invic-1 f los Credithe it spoken remained i j Snelling a writer for the Boston Pross rating sea Brezo. Having selected a soft pm of t,.8&Quot-ac�?~7klch ll0.da�d not 1>�p�n who died Piere several years ago in the House Quot arty for no motive of listening to to having been care of correction was on onto evasion found dead their discourse the oar next manner of the al amp arranged and everything that Prudenco drunk in the Street and taken to the watch Derly lady prevented and other result i c8uld 8uese8t attended to the Young lady was House where was kept Over night on being heard her fathers repeated cautions and who up a it to us Del go the fearful of brought before the police magistrate next earnestly entreated her to lie careful if lie i Oral of there was to her no dread. She morning he had become partially sober when remained upon the deck alone could fool no pain. Sensation to her was a tho following dialogue took Naco a a there is no danger father said of a a Unity d5uti Tlle 1038 of 8elf Possession magistrate a a Oil Snell Irig what do you i do not wish to live if i am to be a slave of a 0 ?1 Atory a Lack of knowledge and do for a. Living Quot i judgment in a critical moment might Malio i Snelling of am a Publio writer. A for tho first Timo i had become interested c t,110iilstrameqt used to save Alife weapon Pray what do you find to write $ ll0r character Anil a silent prayer wont and st u Salon the physician secured her about ? Forth from my heart that her Nath Thermie a j ? in a pm Salon �?o�8t convenient the Stu Little to commend much to censure Fife should be guarded from m a non removed from the injured spot tho Gold and very much to laugh at. Oar she doomed with All her heart to do. In ,0ur ,8 a8 took the soaped in his hand to i 1 and what do you commend. 8l>ise. I Oft As Jer in Joy. Ending a a of a a a a a i 818 necessary incision through the in. handsome woman that will stay at , my dear i hone m harm twas evident Success would at Home an eloquent preacher that will preach will come of your want of care a led the Smie i tend his efforts. His hand trembled not. A a Short Sermon and a fool who has sense Flor sister to tho Cabin below i paid p. Scalp was dissected up the Bone i enough to hold his Tongue a a Short Timo afterwards while Ziond a a i wa3,vi6i 0 the saw was about to do its work do you censure near the plac0 Appo nod. A i 8lleaca ii Gotful wound appeared a a Man who marries a g watching tho movements of the a a a a a 77 and l<ngl1. A Fly cited on Ono who Felt not the dancing a working Man who Boli oved in the p machine with powerful Preni sinn n nil sold r called Forth a terrible feeling of sympathies of professional gentlemen a youth 8�?ogainst wind and tide seme do lai0� 8v8pen8e but a Short Timo Lead been Orocu who studies Law or Medicine while to has the an hour on a a a a a a ?1� Yozep Miles pied by the a our on orator. When rom Avinor i Linn of Lita Khz my a <yn/1 wifi oct a curious. a tract of country in Germany riot far from Frankford on the Maine called the Wetty Rau a custom exist. Ing at the fairs which Triay startle some of around us at the thought that no orig salaried magistrates and police inspectors master hand was near to guide us through to some of the numerous Light fingered Gen the dark passage below. The scene which try a. Privilege was Grap Tod for an adequate we had just Boon caused to witness Only Nide fee with full permission to steal what they our situation move terrific while wild and could without being amendable to the Law tearful eyes around us bespoke the agonizing with this single proviso that they must not be a a prehension of the passengers and Crew As caught in flagrant Delict if so tie owner we went madly a plunging to destruction of the property Hud the equal privilege.of1 80arcely half a mile from the Gulf whose ing the rogue out by q Good thrashing for dashing Waves we could distinctly hear. The which no action could lie. Those Captain had frankly told us of his inability to thieves were somewhat ironically designated i guide us through the perilous passage while in their official written License Frei Kaufer i deck Gangway and Cabin were filled with free buyer Sand Publio notice was Given at i men it women and children some of whom the beginning of Enoh fair that free buyers were praying some weeping others intense had been licensed and that therefore every by crazy with agony too intense for utterance one should be on his guard. In mediaeval i women eagerly clutched their children and times Many of the municipal customs of our and husbands pressed their wives to their to own of entry were very similar and it would 80ra8, with Only the Hope of dying together to a curious Circum Stanje if in the town re the Captain stood at to wheel assisted by cords of any English City such a custom As one of the passengers vainly endeavouring to that of licensing free buyers could be found hold out to the last and Gudo her until every Inore especially if the still unexplained pie a off to should Rovn fruitless while with Effort should prove fruitless while with strained eyes and looks of despair they gazed through the almost blinding storm upon the craggy rocks lifting High their Gray Bare Heads out of the water and upon which they expected every moment to be dashed to pieces. Just As frenzy had begun to Palm Down into powder court at Smithfield Bartholomew fair granted any such privilege. Olp egyptian jewels of the egyptian Queen aah a step who died eighteen Hundred years before Christ and whose Tomb was discovered by a French Aro Mollo. A a. Gist in 1850, Are exhibited at the intonation sober Earnest preparation for the doom which al exhibition in London when found a i awaited them Thero came out of tho state Gounah the body of the Queen was covered r?on8 a fair Young creature Over Jjose head with objects in Gold and Silver such As a Dia scarce sixteen Summers had passed. She Dom of massive Gold encrusted with precious waa of medium bight Aud fair As the Lily of Stonos elaborately chased with the holds of her. Northern dime. Sho donned a dress of sphinxes and bound together with a chord plan Black stuff Whilo the coat of one of tho of Gold wrought like a Tross a Collar of Gold deceased pilots was buttoned tightly around having depending from it three flies of solid i kor slight form. Hor face was Ashly Pale As Gold supposed to be Quot tho decoration of the she mounted the stairway and with her hair egyptian honorary order of the Fly two dishevelled by the wind she fix claimed in a Heads of Lions and a boat of death mounted v0 be which rang dear As tho notes of a by on wheels and with Little rowers in Silver file a Hove tho storm the Sitter is supposed to represent the de a a i know something of this Luchino rapid Able difficulty in separating its joints arid exclaimed against the Man who had sold him an old Hen for a Young Chicken 11. A a a my dear a said the enraged a Iiah a wife a a done to talk so much about the Quot aged and respectable or. B., he planted the first Hill of Corn that was Czirr town.�?�. A i know that a said her husbands a a and i believe this Hen scratched it dc7�?o a now Way of keeping warm has been put in practice wit b Good effect. It is to have a buckwheat cake Large enough to cover tho of a a like a quilt and spread Over it a piping hot about the time of retiring. When of proper thickness it retains tho heat until morning and then if a person is too Lazy to got up lie can make a very Good orca fast by eating off the edges As lie lies. Of a Hoy and a girl of tender years were disputing As to what their mothers could do. Getting impatient the Little Damsel blurted out. Way of a Climax find a clincher a a Well there is Odo thing my Mother can do that yours can to my Mother can take every one of Hor Teeth out at an a a Diane so Dea of , one of the Loyal in diary chiefs driven from Arkansas and the Indian territory by the prosecutions of tho rebels told Captain coffin As the u. S. Army who was jib out to Start for fort. Leavenworth,1 to bring Back with him a a some wagons that shoot. Kiy a lady whose Favorito oat had been done to death a with strychnine by an Une line neighbor was advised by Calob to have the body interred by a Grapevine. Upon being asked tho reason for his advice he re marked that it would increase tho growth of the cat Awba graphs. Such papa doctor March had hard work to pull mothers tooth a a had he my son a a a yes i see him try first with his Pinchers then he puts his Mouth right close to mothers and pulled it out with his Teeth 1�?� Fly Little Sally was teaching her younger brother the lords prayer. Thor wont very smoothly until she arrived at a a give us this our daily no no Sissy me want Pakelo and he refused to pro Cood until the desired amendment was . A of a sudden the a not Olga stunned p a by pm rate a when a moving use of his bands and people who a once to a Bignal Bell and no to ? Poce , bku11 of a of Loular for a the drunkard or a Blockhead to office. Sriorabloan6-?111 and i heard ing boat la a i f on the Deok above of tho steamer0, and to 1 f088 tho Traca of lust top plan had 1,0 a Juco los inn the a tho Captain pin r i8�?o deem l necessary by t to fishing boat had passed in �1 Tilo it Liftman Man. I i is of Hor safety by and h Ungab. Team. A 1�aa�l a nor speak Lio turned saw tho blood Noco Asi part of the boat i saw a Crown to the after lost trickling Down her livid Cheeks and ftitlib0ab no and borne in tho near la i Orine in its course tho Loose in nor Tom. A affi0loftfatd�?o whoas�tony0un�� a by i 18 8he Olivo ? do it not answer to still on object of interest to m a Quot mu8fc Aak Quot Ellen Ellon 1�?T i hesitated in for clog a 0m,any011 Board that it might Gleny Way to Hof-.suppoa-1 in t a Oro As enough to apm tho �?��?~5 and Tion a paid a a hit by Tom ,, Romedio on proceed my to tho list stages of his task,1 with brain with its thousand vessels distended i my what do you laugh at ? with blood showed plainly through it cover laugh at a Man who expects his to ing Membrano. I sit Ion to command that respect which Liis por _ ilor father walked about tho Cabin not a Sonal qualifications do net Merit. Ring to look in the dare option in which his i perceive that you Arp a Uttz re child was lying. After various attempts to of Pithy sentences. Now t air about to utter speak lie turned saw tho blood necessarily due that will Surprise you. Lost trickling Down her livid Cheeks and of vow Pithy Sente co from your Honor origin its Courso tho Loose looks that bad to fould ind Oil to a matter of astonishment. A same a sch occasions Ana a Hiom ute3 from the Naitoh u a a pub of some min al it had a come Antol Flat ppm Arance of thos0 om1"1 it was of fiend to y7? .nt0 us amp dont had occur nil a that a serious to tho Captain nor u a to Cabin the torn fa7db? Feo lining on a a wit Vil 4. A a i expressions like from his has of a of amp kit a a. In Lott Eomy sentence is that you Dis Montinne writing for tho term if thirty Days while you rest and re Ornit Yri Ursolo in tie House of Cor Tion. A. Is retort was a Poser. Snelling submit. To tho requirements of the vagrant act a a i retired from tho Halls of Justito in com qty with the officer without another Syla-6.As firm a band and Doto Ridln a Horta so if tho instruments Woro acting on Marblo. A moments pause for reflection and had enabled him to decide upon an important ?3rf�?~�?o�"siio?,�?oif"�?o�n a mde a a sri so. Jbv a a connect out Soldier writes Home that the commissary at Ari Napolis has Givena Ian Ian r the boys so much Mulo meat that tho ears of ceo Sod Queen and the chanter in tho boat is of Aad will Uso my Best endeavours to Guida you the a Folio re Kimont Cimfe grown three and Gold his Unger is placed upon his lip As if although to have everything against us. Let Ono. A a. Enjoining silence. I two of you who Are the strongest and the a a a i most Solf pose Speed stand by to at the wheel George Francis train is responsible while the rest invoke Iris Aid who Ever still ic7 the rebels threaten Diplo i relations Wafe England. They had better wait till the Nave a few. The Man who aria Impre amp Sioui the heart of a coif onto has taken out a Patent or Stone cutting. 1c7�?o the falsehoods of the rebel no Thorl tip a Are in to any oases infernal machines planted to blow up their own Friend is d3r�?Ttwogfcat go ?.picai a it be the source of the niger and a a the last a a ik7 it might he difficult to say which would contribute most to the peace of a country the execution of. The Laws or the lawyers. A a a the question Zyvith Geh enal half a by now is not whether to can whip Beauregard but wifi ear he hindi j a of Quot one Yogi of Dove would do More to wards setting ris mutually Quot right when in tho wrong than an Rit sanity of so ic7 under the. Operation of the pity and Niin stored. Wiir army arid Havy the rebel fortifications get very suddenly reduced. _ Totz Quot those who make sales to Uncle Sam in this War Riis a not he War horses hut they Aro generally , a. E7 a aug your dress is dragging in the a Quot a a a Well suppose it is is it it fashionable a. Ic7 Beauregard took most of his munitions away with Lipini from Corinth. Hut failed al together to take away his character for Pluck y a. J do Quot a Mong the Kari editions of Sale by an a Irish auctioneer was the following a a a the highest bidder to to spa purchaser unless some gentleman bids a a. C/7 it May perhaps be thought difficult to decide which is the e most the Rob tar in the Battle Field or the mortar in the. Drug the following what a howl would have 1 eth the tempest to guide our life Laden bark passed through England had tho Northern safely through tho troubled army been guilty of the most brutal at As if in derision of let or matchless courage cities perpetrated by the rebels at Manassas the Waves dashed higher while the and elsewhere 1 using the skulls of our Bravo 1 Thunder pealed a loud Defiance to her words officers for Spittoon boiling of their flesh to with pallid Faco and lips compressed she get their ribs for Easta hets and sending Tok took her station at tho wheel while two ens from their by ends of out Bravo men i powerful men stood by to Aid if possible. To the fit ride in a shape of women who seem to with a firm hand Sho. Raised the. Glass and have noted like so Many Tigre sos during this swept the scene before her then bidding 1.1 _ a in k. A a. I . 4/, aim Nora lift in ref in famil Nunn terrible Oil in War. Theirs a Els f May god have mercy Oit Thom to have courage the boat entered upon its fearful course hounding Onward As if conscious of tho hand that Guiod its destiny. Ifer orders wore Given in Clear loud tones she stood proudly Root Hor Oyes brightening Whilo into Darker Blue until Ono would have fancied her the ruling Spiritos the storm tho water dashed against the boat crowning Hor fair Bead with glittering drops Yot still she a i am astonished at you George when i As Young i always went with the first a the first Cut is tho slab do you know a is miss blinking at Home a asked. Or. Saunders of in Irish girl who answered his ring at the door. A yes i by Lave she. Is a is Sho Oug Agod a a. V a and its Quot engaged you say fair and i a acan to toll you sir . Vinton Soott a needing Whilo not an Eyo in All that last opening As if Ali had Novor soon tho likes so apr that gazed not in mingled Awo and us him an its engaged i by Lavo they Aro Confidence upon that Policato form. Onee a again tho spoke of Blip pod from of him who hold it. Hut a fair jew Olod hand arrest of its Progress and whoa half inches Sinco their arrival at tho Maryland Capitol. k7 water drinkers Are Novor drunk Quot fi/7�?� Brave men Are gon orally Caliri always courteous in Spoonh and vory modest in do Manor. It is your Coword who is vituperative and egotistical. Bravo men never Deal in vulgar Cpl shots. It is your Oovi Rard who scolds and clusters of his own prowess. 0/7�?� a a Biddy a said a lady a a i wish you would step Over and see How old mrs. Jones is this in a few minutes Biddy returned wit i tho information mrs. Jonos was just seventy two Jears seven months arid two Days old. K7.if you can help a Friend always do it if lie is worthy if you cannot done to insult him in tho Stylo of refusal. A Little word net or look Whon tho heart is some lingers As docs the fragrance of tho Rose Long after tho vase is broken. Quot Mother a said Ike Partington a did Yhu know the a Iron horse Lias but one ear a a one Earl merciful gracious child what do you mean a a a wily the Gino ear of courso�?T.�?�, d/7 the rebel journal s complain of a Serroi to of Lead in the South. Or. Lincoln has we believe Given orders to his subordinate to give them a Supply. ,. A u/7 a a Tipiere up to to no mors1 retiring a a said enquirer about a week1-ago. A Well but when is there Tobe an8 end of tho sked adling. ,. A d/7�?� an old in fid by Frig it a loss for a pin a Cushion Toad use of an onion on the Fol a lowing morning she found that All the Needles had tears in their eyes. D/7 a Good Many of the rebel organs von a tured to Mai Tomato that Jeff Davis had bettor Devoto her Gisolf Nitro to fighting and less to fasting and d/7�?�one ref Wii exchanges wants nip of tho Robels to Jorif the Church what 1 has the Christian religion Over Dillrie to him that he should wish it such harm ? a Bob is that dog a Hunter a Quot a. A no he a half Hunter and Lulf Sitter. He. Hunts Bones who to he is hungry and sets by the Firo when to is satisfied.�?T. 0/7�?� an Albany Barber having an. Into Prato map to shave . Sunday begged hip to keep Liia a Ruth blot is it was a punish Bio Olerice to open a a a Rint Bolo on thou sabbath.,/ to a Farmer was asked Why he did a not take a newspaper. A a because a he said a a my father when bodied left to a Good Many newspapers and i Haven to read them through r Fig Beauregard Calls himself a Christian. . He sings is alias. Probably to exports saved. Why should a Sale dealer in lies to in heaven when tho1 father of them is in Boll ? u id/7�?� a doctors wife atom pod Tomov Bim by Hor tears. A a 1�?T said How Tara Ara Uso i have Analysed them a Little phosphate of Limo Somo chlorate of sodium and water

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