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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - June 01, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA your country May it always be rights but right or wrong our country vol. 51carlisle pa., thursday june 1, 1865 american Volunteer. Tull Isard every thursday morning by a a Ohk b. Bratton. A. T e ill s. Bollara if paid within tho your and two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within tho your. Those terms will to rigidly adhered to in every instance. No subscription Dis continued until All arrearage Aro paid unless at the option of the editor. Advertisements accompanied by Thomasn and n t exceeding Ono Square will to inserted to lire tames for $2.00, and Twenty five cents for each additional insertion. Those of a greater length in proportion. Job print Ixam such Nulland Hills posting Bilu Jamp blots Blanks Lilly Bluj ac.-�fee., executed with i a and at the shortest Fotioo. Ort iral lines on the �lleb8ttiolw pera7 by Thomas Hood. And ii it thus be Welcome peace from Mouths of forty pounding bores 0, cease exploding cannons cease Catt cd co affrighted shun our Horos not so tho quiet Queen should Como but like a nurse to still our fears with shoes of list demurely dumb and Wool or Cotton in. Her ears Sho asks of no triumphal Arch no steeples for their noisy tongues Down drumsticks Down 1 Sho needs no March or blasted trumpets from Brazen lungs. Sho wants no noise of mobbing throats to Tell that Sho is drawing nigh Why this Parade of Scarlet Coats when War has closed he bloodshot oyo ? Ilo turning to Dom Ostio loves when War has ceased with All its ills captains should come Liko sucking doves with Olivo branches in Thair Bills. No need Thoro is of vulgar shout bolls canards trumpets Fife an 1 Brum. To lot us know that Pouch is conic and soldiers marching All about. To 1 whore tho Soldier walks aus i with soars Reno ipod on foreign grounds. A sail to of sumo in coloured Glass tho Oil that should to pour d a wounds ? ,gaps of War to close \ will whizzing rockets flight Avail will squibs enliven orphans woes ? or crackers Hoer tho widow s tale ? you Crafty ? i wildly exclaim to ii a Ella Liusila i the Beauty of the Orys Tal .ace. A by Frederick a a a. There wit no excuse for Suomi in not of Folly but i could not help it. 1 Vries madly in love with a picture the Mere semblance of a human being upon the glowing it is True she was on Angeliu the mind and heavenly expression of her features. There was an Angel in her soul there was heaven in her Eye. I a Ould not help Loving her. It seemed not like a picture to me but More As though the Pearly Gates of Paradise had opened and she Dea ended before me and smiled upon Rae. V. She was senseless and inanimate to the reason but glowing fancy endowed her with a All the requisites of a living breathing Loving Angel. She smiled from her canvass throne and i Felt that she loved me. My reason could Hayo taught me could not speak but my enthusiastic heart would not listen to its Yosoe and Day after Day and month after month As i stood before my idol i fully expected she would address me. It was very foolish of. Me to think so i know 5 but try As hard As i might i could not Dies pc myself of the pleasing idea. The picture Hung in the gallery of Art in the 0rys-al Palace and every Day for several months a had been a regular visitor. I paused not to gaze upon other scenes All the glories of the whole world would not lure for an hour from my Blissful homage of the dear divine Ideal that had von such a marvelous Aseen Deney Over my heart. Of i could have Given All the world to see the living form of the Angel of that picture 1 i would have been her slave and kissed the chains that bound me to her 1. Heaven has i Fri me an Abund Anoo of this world s goods. I am Rich in houses and lands in Money and in stocks but i would have Given All every foot of land every Dollar of Money to have taken the original of Flat painting by the hand. Fred what the Deuce Are you about Here every Day said my Frid ild Kail lao Gourd. To me one Day when he surprised me at my accustomed Dero Tiou at the shrine of my divinity. I looked at him and to laughed in my face. Perhaps 1 looked a sheepish i have to doubt i did i Felt so. Quot 4 you Are a Little Oracko Fred continued to. A quote pointed at the picture. 4ehl. 1 Isnit she Lovely v said i. V Karl deliberately raised his Eye Glass and with the air of a Vanq Missour examined the painting. I would have knocked him Down for his coolness. Passable said he coldly. A passable sneered i. A a very tolerable painted by Grund i perceive. A a a Karl you have a soul. A i Liko that Battle piece better Over the Blairs. There s colouring for you b the stupid dolt 1 i determined to out him froth that moment. Prefer a Battle piece a Daub of smoke and red of Oats to such an amp Oge As my divinity a. A Fred you Are a fool i said he gazing at me with a look of compassion. A have you Haen Here every Day for tho last six months to look at that picture v a i have. I would have Given ton thou al amp and dollars for that picture if i could Jot got it without. But i have it. W it is tolerable nothing More i turned away from him in disgust but that wag the Moat blessed turn away that 1 have Over known. A chapter beside me stood the original of the Roturie i a i was transfixed to the spot. My blood flew Liko a torrent through my veins. I was about to throw myself on my Knees before her when Karl slapped me on tho Back. A what ails you Fred Are you Ora said he. A do you not see her e d. A a see whom. A the lady. I see a lady a this original of the pictures a Karl looked at her for a moment and then turned to me with a smile. A Sho does look a Little like it. A a flush i she comes said i with melodramatic flourish perfectly natural it it True but it must have looked Odd to. The lady and her party who were advancing nearer to the picture. The lady took a position by the Side of me and bestowed her attention upon the print ing there was a gentleman by her Side who appeared to be lavishing extraordinary attentions upon her which she but coldly received. Was he a Lover i could not doubt it. Just. Behind them was an elderly couple whom my fancy assured to were her parents. They were All dressed in costly Appa Rej and by their conversation and runners i judged they belonged to the aristocracy he of new York. J tie Jady was the very counterpart of the ire upon which i had so Long bestowed i my insane admiration. Was i indeed so blessed As to hold in flesh and blood a creature so Beautiful As my ideals. The stare were with to. She was the original of that picture. A lady said i stepping up to her Side. Her companions frowned at me. May i be so bold As to ask Pardon me if i am impertinent if you have Ever been in Germany v _ she looked at me and blushed like a Rose in summer. Whether it was the gaze of my admiring eyesore the suddenness of the ques Tion that brought the Crimson to her Cheek i have not been Able to determine. I am certain that my Houi was in my Oyes that she never Enos unto red a More intense look of love and admiration than mine. I was sure Sho never did from the Lover by her Side. A 1 have sir Sho replied with a Sweet smile. 4 of How my Glood leaped finder the Ivaruth of that kindly smile Tiow heaven seemed to open to my View and she the brightest Angel of the Cele Sikiri troupe seemed to Jid me Hope i might yet be the blessed recipient of her loto 1 4 Well sir said her companion harshly have you anything further to say v. I retired from his presence but it was a Miracle that my fist had not split the Fellows Skull. I took a position near the lady and continued to gaze with fixed earn est cases spell bound to tho sport Lipon her. I saw her frown upon the Puppy by her Side and i knew that she did not love him. What a rapture Fredryou-Arotrfooh-said_katl77 heavenly sympathy on her Radiant feature her Eye was full of commiseration full of love and tenderness. I opened my eyes i could see the thrill of pleasure leap from her heart and coloured the Alabaster of her chock As she realized that i Wab not dead. Of the Bliss tho rapture of that moment 1 All the Joys for which i had sighed in those Long months of homage to the painted canvass wore Conden oed into that single instant. I would have Given All the rest of my for. The ecstacy of that moment. A she blushed As her glance met the gaze of my reanimated Eye i was sure Sho Felt for me that her heart and mine wore Ono. A Ellen let us retire said colonel Kent her Lover As he saw to open my eyes., Iio will do vary Well a a not till. I Hoar what tho doctor says replied she in a tone that was music to my soul. A rapture i made no reply and never removed my gaze for an instant from the fair being whose image had been so Long thronged in my Sot ii. The lady turned to depart. She saw my in ton so gaze. 4 impertinent Puppy ? muttered her poor follow i sighed tho lady in reply 4 he has lost his wits. They passed on but my Eye followed them. A Fred you Are a fool i say a. A a flush Karl you will dissolve the spell said i nearly breathless with of Chemont make a dissolving View of the Rholo thing he a peace. V a do you know her Fred said to. 4 no she is an Angel 4 not exactly p to know she is old Sherwood s Only daughter do you know her Karl i asked eagerly seizing him by the hand. 4yl do it fac but she i betrothed to colonel Kent the gentleman by hey Side. And by the Way Fred i will bet a thousand you have got into a scrap with a. A Why so you accosted the lady a Well. A. A which to a a his Nice a sense of propriety amounts to an insult. He will Call you out. A nothing would suit me better a you want to die ?. M to Kun him or die myself a Bah i with that Karl left me. Chapter Iii. I left the place soon after and was walk ing Leisure in Down sixth Avenue thinking of course of the divine being who bad enslaved my heart when i heard a shout behind me. Turning i beheld a Span of horses attached to a. Phaeton dashing madly Down the Street. The vehicle contained two ladies and two gentlemen the former of whom were shrieking in All the agonies of deadly fear. On came the mad horses at the height of their Speed their terror tenfold increased by the cries of the ladies. I could not endure the sight. I was As ready to die As live and springing into the Street directly in the path of the infuriate animals i seized the nigh one by the bridal when they Amo up with me. But my feeble Arm was nothing against the fury of High settled Steed and they dragged me like a Feather after them. I a amp determined just in the mood for the most desperate adventure. death were the same thing to to and with an energetic bound i vaulted upon the Nook of the flying Courser. Grasping the reins with both hands i tugged aim sawed upon the bit but it was of no Avail. Of they dashed to certain destruction. A it had come to be Victory or death and that in on instant too for directly before me the was blocked up with vehicles on one Side and a bar on the Railroad was approaching in the Middle so there was Only room enough for us to pass Between them. Loosing my hold of the outside rein i grasped tho two Short coupling reins and pulled upon them with All my might. As i had intended the effect was to draw the Heads of tho horses together which checked their mad flight. At that instant the wheels of the Carriage struck tho Railroad the vehicle became a shapeless Wrook and the whole party horse and ally Woro entangled in the ruins. A. My last impression was the sensation or a flying motion As i was precipitated Over the head of the horse i had Ridden upon the pavement where i was taken up utterly senseless. ,. Ashen i came to myself i wan lying on a Couch in a magnificent apartment. A around the bed stood two gentlemen and a Blissful sight 1 the Beauty of the Crystal Palace tho idol of my dreams. She was looking Down upon a with on of crossion of a bless you lady 1�?T exclaimed i attempting to Rise. A do not stir said tho surgeon. The admonition was useless i could not stir., the doctor said my Arm a was brute in and that i was much bruised but with care i should recover in a few weeks. I had been borne to the residence of the Madonna of my dreams and i was now beneath the sume roof with her and what was More if tho medical Man understood the Case i was Likely to remain there for some weeks to come. A How do you feel sir asked miss Sherwood in tho Sweet tones cd sympathy. A quite Well i Ono launch in a Raj 1 you or presence inspires me she blushed but she was not angry. Colonel Kent her Livor frowned his brow darkened and to rudely led her from the room. He was Nota Lover of her Choice i afterwards Learned she Only tolerated him for her father s Sake. I would read this much in her looks and actions and i blessed my a stars for. Tho fact. A. A i had not time or space to toll How i passed tho six weeks of my confinement and convalescence in the presence of Ellon Sher Wood How she watched Over me with tenderness and sympathy How her Sod ild rewarded me for the months of suspense and anxiety i had spent with her picture in tho Palace and finally Bow her sympathy and tenderness ripened into love How plight Fia our Faith and vowed to Jive and die for each other. I cannot Tell he she Hung upon words full of passionate eloquence when i described my Devotion to tho picture How she blushed when i told her my love a love i had cherished and nurtured into a flaming Passi tid before 1 saw her Farej Sho loved me in return and i was As Happy As the dream of an Angel. Pressed her to my bo3oni, kissed her Beautiful lips and told her to of my rival. A a j t Ive were married and when tie exhibition of the Crystal Palace closed the picture of my wife was transferred Tomy rooms. The two marriages. A Sisters Story of a brother. Chapter in. A a col. Kont looked �11 this time with Savage interest he had sworn to drink Iny blood i doubled not but i cared not Fot Liisi i a Cuil expected to be called out a he and the reputation of being tho. Best shot a a the states had already killed the co men on the Field of Honor a of a Hul the pleasant Prospect of being added to the number. Ellen told me All this and in the same breath both feared and hated hint. She warned me to avoid him and pleaded with me to Aeoline the Challenge. I could not do this with Honor and though tho though of parting with my fairy was terrible i was obliged to evade her petition. One Day after i Hud returned to my rooms i was surprised to receive a visit from tie infuriated Lover he was cooler than i expected to see him. Lie promptly accused me of treachery and demanded satisfaction. I attempted to reason with him and. If be had never seen me would not have consented to be his wife. He thought otherwise and demanded a Duel. He was so Cool that i tried to reason further with him but he was obstinate and insisted on fighting me. As you please said i indifferently 4 my Friend will wait upon you this Evo Ning said he pulling on his Glove with careless ease. A 4 nay colonel let us Settle it Here 4 Here v he looked at me with astonishment. In spite of his reputation for you Ragland skill in the Duel i bad Long since Cometo the conclusion that lie was a 4 bully More 4 brag than Man. As it was he was a proficient in the use of the pistol while i was a Girtho Field he was sure to kill me. Novice and i was disposed to meet him on fairer terms. ,. 4 certainly Here said i coolly. 4 you Are a gentleman 1�?T. A 1 i am _ a a and i claim to be replied a taking a Case of pistols from Ray Secretary. A Load that to suit yourself and i handed him one of the pistols retaining the other myself which i proceeded to charge. He followed my. Example and the. Pistols were ready for use. Now continued i 4 will fire across the Centre table i saw Bis Cheek Blanch. 4 sit there said i giving Ohair and taking one opposite Jim myself. 4 who shall give the word this is not fair stammered he. There was a of Huron close by my room and the Clook would strike in afew moments. I told him would fire at the first Stroko of the Boll. A. A fake your position said i it wants but two minutes of the hour a it will be certain death to both of us a so much the bettor i a aimed at each Othor s heart and i would see his cowardly hand tremble. His breast heaved,.and his lip quivered it wanted Only half a minute of the fatal instant by the watch that Lay upon the table. A 4 ready said i fiercely. Fire at the first stroke 1. 4 of god Gro Onod he and i thought he would sink through the floor. A Only a second added i and i mentally bade Farewell to Ellon Sherwood expecting to be a Corpse in another instant. I saw him waver. 4 Don t flinch said i. Suddenly he sprang from his chair threw Down the pistol and fled from the room i wiped the old Clammy sweat from my brow and tried to Reco Yor from the agony of that moment. He was gone to Coward hid fled it was an hour before i could become entirely composed. I had passed the Oli Asra of death and was a living Man. My foe was vanquished without a shot. I have not since. I Learned the next Day to had sailed for Europe in the Steamer of that morning and i was forever rid of my rival. My dear Ellen almost fainted when i told her How tho affair had been settled. She reproached me for the peril to which i had exposed myself asked me what she should Havo Dono if i had been shot i More than fifty years ago my brother Stephen and 1 lived together in a Village about ten Miles South of London where to was in practice As a surgeon. Stop Hon was thirty two i eighteen. We had no relations but a sister five or six years older than myself and Well married in London. Stephen was a solitary and studious Man living somewhat apart from his neighbors and standing almost in a fatherly position towards through tho years had lived together no one bad thought of his marrying. Thus it was Wien tho events i have to Tell the to ours was taken by a or. Oar Aeron a feeble looking Man rather past Middle age with one daughter Marian by name. How shall i describe her the most Beautiful creature i Over saw ? she was perhaps Twenty y ears old i never knew precisely. A tall slight form fair complexion dark Chestnut eyes and hair and an expression More like that of an anger than a human being. Though i i was much struck with her nope Aranove Stephen did not seem to notice it and might have remained unacquainted with them forever but that he was required help or. Cameron Over an awkward Stile opposite our House. Acquaintance once made they soon grew Fame Ilia a for they had two feelings in common a love of Toba Doo and swedenborgian ism Many a summer evening did they pass smoking the one and taking the other Marian sometimes joining in for she generally walked with them while my Chest which was weak at that time kept me at Homo. One Day they quilted Stephen at tho Gate and As he entered the door i said to him. A a How Lovely Marian is i am never tired of looking at _ a a look at her while you May said Het 4�?~ Abs has not three years to it was Only too True. She had some dread Ful complaint aneurysm i think it was which must carry her off in the Flower of her Days. Stephen told me that he had consulted the most eminent doctors without getting any Hope and the emotion rare enough in him that Fie displayed told me that he loved Marian. I said no word to him about it i knew better but i saw with what dreadful doubts he Vas perplexed. Exd Tenient might snort a Maria i a life Suomi an of cite nil it As a declaration of love from him might be of material injury and even if it did not prove so How would tie condemn himself to tho prolonged Torturo of seeing the life of a beloved wife a bbl away Day by Day ? a besides he did not think she Cardd for Hita. I who had watched her carelessly knew that she toyed him with her whole heart. He struggled with Hii self fiercely a but he won the fight. He left Home for six weeks and re turned looking older and paler but he had Learned to mention her name without his voice a dive Frig and to touch ire hand without holding his breath hard. She was pining away under the influence of his changed manner and i dared not help Ray two Darlings to to Happy. An unexpected Aid soon one. Or. Cameron who was in Bli health when first saw him died suddenly. Poor Marian s grief was Torrible to Secher father was dead Stephen a she thought estranged and there was no one else in the world who cared whether she lived or died except myself. L. Brought her Home with me and was with Herh ugly until or. Cameron s funeral. How got through that time i hardly know. Then oame the necessary inquiries into Liis affairs. He had died not altogether poor but la reduced Ces leaving Marian an annuity that would scarcely give her the , of health required. And live an what to do Stephe Ujwal the sole executor the one adviser to. Whom she could look. He took two Days and nights.,to consider and then offered Here his hand and Homo. At first she could not believe that his offer arose from anything but pity and compassion but when he had told her the Story of the last few months and called me to Bear witness to it amp great Light seemed to come into her eyes and a wonderful glow of love such As i had never seen Over her face. I left them to it themselves that evening till Stephen tapped at the door of my room and told me ally nothing in fact but. Liat a knew Long before. In their Case there was Little cause for delay. Trousseau were not the important matters in my Day that they Are in Ray grandchildren a and Marian was married to Stephen in her Black wit Hin a month after her father s funeral. The next few months were a Happy time for allot us. Marian s health improved greatly. The worried frightened look she used to Wear left her tace As she recovered from the depression caused by her. Constant anxiety about her father and the loss of rest she suffered in attending upon him at seemed As if she was entirely recovering and Stephen if he did not lose his fears at least was not constantly occupied with them. Tiow Happy to used to look Forward to the future for Stephen was beginning to save Money and Many wore our Day dreamt about Protess Ohal Eminence for turn and fashionable life in London partly for Marian but of mostly for me. I have tried fashionable life in London since but i never found it so Happy As Days in that dear old Surrey Village. A Well our Happy Ting did not last Long Marian caught a cough and cold As tho Winter Amo of and was soon so ill As to be taken to London for Quot advice. Stephen came Back alone with a weary deathly looking face. Marian had broken a Smill bloody Vos eel on the journey not anything serious in itself but ominous enough. They wore to go at once to a warmer climate not a Day to be lost. Sorrowfully the necessary things a and went with Stephen to London the next Day to bid Good Bye to Marian who had Belog to Ridden to return Homo. The same afternoon they were on Board a trading vessel bound to leghorn. Luckily Marian was a Good Sailor Aud Well used to ships for Sho Haftl made More than one voyage to Madeira with her father. Much As i wished to go with them and much As they wished it too was out of the question. Stephen1 had saved but Little Money and could hardly see How he and Marian were to live unless he could make practice somewhere among the English abroad and his taking me also wa3 do to to thought of. I was to live for the present with my married sister. It was very sore to part with Stephon with whom i had a Vod almost All my life it was sorer still to part with Marian who had been More than a sister to me Ever since i saw her. Stephen and i were nearly overcome with emotion but she was Palm and silent with an intent Wistful look about Hor Lovely Faeo that has haunted me All my life since. I can see it now when i shut my eyes though it is fifty friars ago. Need i say that i never saw her again i went to my sister so Jose and began the fashionable life i used to wish for. It was not All that i pictured it though it was pleasant enough to occupy to in tho Day time a but at night i longed sadly for my Darlings Stephen wrote letters full of Hope and talked of returning after speeding Twoy ars in Italy. Marian too wrote a favourably of herself and my anxiety began to there was another reason for this at tho same time my late husband the Friend and partner of my sister s husband was at that time beginning to his addresses to me and the tender troubles of my own Case made me careless of others. Summer came round again and one Day when i was halt wishing for my country Home again a letter arrived from step Lien. Marianas complaint was at a crisis and a great change would take place one Way or the other air a few Days. J waa to go Home put tho place in order and be ready to receive them. I did not know till afterwards that Marian had begged Tobe allowed to die at Home if the change were for the worse if it had been for the bettor there would Havo been no. Reason for her staying abroad. Well i went Home , and waited for Thorn. Three weeks passed the usual interval and no letter a month and i supposed they were travelling slowly to avoid fatigue. On five weeks after i had received the last letter i was Sittin Quot alone rather late in the evening Iowa Quick step sounded in the Road outside and Stephen came to Gate opened it entered the House and sat Down in silence. He was dressed As usual and looked tired and travel a Taino but there was no sorrow in his face and i Felt sure that Mariau must to a afo. I asked him where she was. Lie said she was not with a have you Lei t Hor in Italy Quot i asked. A a a she is dead Quot he Aas world without a Shadow of emotion. A a Iii where Quot i was beginning to question him but me. A give Ino something to eat and drink Quot to said a a i have walked from London and want to . A a i brought him what to wanted. He bade me Good night and As i saw he wished it a i left him and went to bed full of grief but even More of wonder Thrift be who truly loved his wife if Ever Mau did could speak Lif her not a month after her death without his voice faltering or his face changing in the least. A a to Morrow will solve tho question Quot i said to myself As weary with crying i Felt sleep coming Over me. But to Morrow did not solve the question. He told the As before without emotion what he wished me to know and from that moment to spoke no More of the subject. In every respect but a this he was Ray own Stopherd of old us kind and Oliou Gotful As Ever Only altered by a. Hathor absent Rind a a manner. I thought a first thab he was stunned by his War but months passed on without change. Lie used Marianas chair or things of her work or sat opposite to her drawings without seeming to notice them indeed it was As if she dropped out of he a life entirely an left him a9.ho was Defuro Hie,.knew, her. The Only difference was that he naturally a Man of sedentary habits took a great Deal of exercise and i knew that he kept laudanum in his Bedi Oom. A at this time my Lover waspr�s9�pg me to marry him and with much difficulty. I consented to Tell Stephen about if though i had no in tension of leaving him. To my Surprise to see sued pleased. I told him that 1 a would never a Ertz a life alone not for All the husbands in the world but he would not hear to. A a a a i think it is your duty to marry him Margaret a he said a a you love him Aud Havo taught him to it love you and you have no right to sacrifice him to v a a my first duty is to you Stephen. I will not leave you abbe Quot a a i see that i must explain to he said Arter a pause. V when you leave to i shall Nof be . A a who will be with you Quot i asked wondering. A a a. A. I started As if i had been shot for i thought he must surely be mad but he continued quite calmly and As usual without emotion. A Quot 1 44 she died at mid Flay. Till night i did not know what i did. I Felt stunned and dying myself but at last worn out As i was a Tali watching and sitting up i fell asleep and by god s Morcy be Amo to me in my dreams and told me to be comforted. The next night she came again and from that time to this has never failed me then i Felt that it was my duty to live that if my life was valueless to myself it was not so to you. So i Cane Home. I dare say it is duly a Freak of my Craig nation. Perhaps i even produce and illusion by an Effort of my will but however that is it has. Saved Rae from going mad of killing Raf self. How doas a in come always is she was in that first summer that to spent Here or in our Early time in Italy always cheerful and Beautiful always alone always dressed As she Uel to dres. Talking As she used to talk a not am Angel but herself. Sometimes go through a whole Day of pleasure sometimes she o ily clues and goes but no night has Ever yet been without her and indeed i think that her visits Aro longer and dearer As i draw nearer to her Side again. I sometimes Fisk Ruy self my two lives is tho real one 1 ask myself now and Carnot answer. I should think that the other was if if were not that while i am in this i recollect the other and while i us in the other i know beyond. And this is Why Rny sorrow is not like that of others in my position i know that no night will piss without my sowing her for my health is Good enough and i never fail to sleep. Sleeplessness is tho Only earthly evil i dread now you Are provided for. Do not think Rao hard to you in not having told you this before. It is too sacred a thing to be a it Kea of without necessity now write t your husband that is to be and Tel Khim to come i did so and the preparation for gyms Urriago began. Stephen was very kind his thoughts wandered further and Furtow every Day., i spoke to a Droter a Friend of his about him but it so med that nothing really ailed him. I longed almost to Saifi of ask him More about Marian but he never give me an Opportunity. If i approached the subject to turned the talk in another direction and Ray old habit of submission to him prevented Rao from going oa., Abda came my wedding Day. Stephen gave m away and sat by my Side at the breakfast lie seemed to hang Over me More toi Ederly than Ever As he put me into the Corriage and took leave of me. The last thing i did As i leaned out of the marriage window was to Tell him. To be sure to be my first visit Oren my own Home. 44 no Margaret who Baid with a bad smile Quot say Good Bye to me now my work is Dono Quot scarcely understanding what he said i bade him Good Bye and it was not until my husband asked me what it meant that i remembered his Strenge look and accent. I then Felt half frightened about him but the Novelty of my first visit abroad nude me forget by fears. ,. The rest a soon told. The first letter i received from England Baid that on the very morning after my marriage he had been found dead and cold in his ted. Lie had died without pain tho doctor said with his right hand old Ping his left atm above the wrist and holding firmly even in death a circlet of Marian s hair. Aloiv Jeff. Davis and the prisoners. At fortress Monroe look. A correspondent of the new York Herald go is tho following sketch of Jeff. Davis and the other prisoners at fortress Monroe Jeff. Davis of whom to of the North have heard to much and seen so Little Lor tho past four years is a Man about six Fec in height rather loan am not of the finest figure by any me Arlo. I should take him to he somewhat above fifty j ears of ago prematurely Gray. He has full whiskers rather a tinted in or Flyth and like his hair sprinkled with Gray. His Gray eyes one if Ipoh is Blind have an undefined and unfathomable look and his in Riith of the grecian Mould is occasionally jerked out of All proportion by a sepulchral laugh or forced mile. He is confined to Liis bed a great Deal of tho Iii Rio and it requires All the nursing of his Strong Norv cd wife to keep him from giving Way to despondency. He is a pitiful sight and the last Man one would have is opposed to be a fit subject for presidential honors. A mrs. Davis and Iii . Davis is the second wife of the sex president by whom to has had four children. The eldest is a so fort Little Black Eye girl Maggie of some foil teen so nemers and the next a boy twelve or thirteen who goes by the euphonious Cognomen of a 4�?~ Young Jeff Hois a Chipi Roui the old Block and would suppose from Bis actions and temper shown on various find sundry occasions that he too like Liis traitorous sire would in after Daya be fit for a a treason and the next is a smart Little fellow with Bright eyes Aud Flaxen hair too Young to have the least appreciation of his condition and the fourth is a nursing child. Mrs. Davis is a member of to Howell family of Georgia has a great Many relatives at Augusta. She is a pretty woman of probably forty years of age. When i first Baw Lief Rit Macon and conversed with Hor on the cars i thought her pretty.and-,agreeable but to look at her now it seems As thought womb years had been heaped upon 1>y Uorn a Insano Tsivin Rwei xxx tit Petua a Lullu vivacity have forsaken her and truly she is but the wreck of her former self. Miss Howell her sister is a Young Lafiya hardly out of her. Teens if Are to judge from her appearance. She has Black hair and Black eyes with a Ruddy complexion. Sho is affianced to lieu tenant Hathaway one of the prisoners having thus hurriedly sketched of the Davis family i will leave the imaginations of my readers to fill the Back ground and Supply the lights and shades and proceed to portray the personnel of the other notables. And is much reserved in his manner. He is very attentive to a a the president Quot Asho in variably Calls him and would consider it an 1 Honor to Blok his boots. This is Del of to lib presidential cortege that i consider worthy of special Montion and so a will pass to a Clement 0. and Eady before i proceed however i via Appe Nii the following copy of the Lett y or Clay to Geri. Wilson previous to his arrival and surrender in person it Moon a. Laore Kye Gay a May 10, 1805�?4 p. major general Wilson United a Latee army Macon be Orniti. Agner al i have just Seoul a proclamation from tho Prosi Dout of to United. Statos offo Riog a Reward of Ono Hundred thousand dollars for my arrest on o. Charge of haying with others theroit Nat nod in Ltd and Concow cod tho Mardor of tho late president. A t conscious of my innocence unwilling even to seem to Flor Ftp Justice and confident of my Cairo vindication from so foul no imputation upon tho full fair and impartial trial which i it expect to receive i shall Sun As practicable to Macon to deliver myself up to your custody. ,. I am Rospoch fully. S a a a c. Clan or. P. will to delivered by Hon. P. Phillips of this plac9, c. C., or. I first met or. Clay arid lady on the cars at Macon and they very freely they Are both very intelligent but of the two to use a common expression the Madame is the Best Mau i should take olay to to about thirty five years of age arid his wife about thirty. They were dressed plainly but assume an air of ostentation und superiority mrs. Clay Jock Early remarked to Cornel Pritchard and myself Liatas Sho brought or. 1 it Clifty in Sho should claim the Reward offered for his Afiz fit. They both talked a great Deal about a a political tricks Quot at was Kington Aua assumed to believe Ilia his arrest is Only a ruse to carry out the designs of a beside in to jul Sou for the gratification of personal vengeance. A a major general wide a a Eli a. A. Is hardly worthy of a special paragraph. % in a is a very Ordinary looking individual about thirty years of ago with fight Brown hair and whiskers and Hazel eyes. Ilo was always the laughing Stock of our. Oak dry who have so often placed him firs do combat and Sinco his capture the pol Troon Sticks out of his every feature and is displayed in his every action to shrinks like a whipped Puppy from a intact with his map tors and is Seldom seen a out of his room. Alexander h. 8tephens, tho rfcs al vied president in no of tie most singular men in appearance you will meet with in a lifetime. I should take him to be abut five feet six inches in height and almost As slim As n Skeleton. He appears to be nothing but skin Bone and cartilage and is so feeble us to be hardly Able to move about. Liis face is entirely devoid of Board and his lips extremely thin. Lie is what is a Ommon by terms a lantern Jawed and has a High smooth forehead. Uis eyes Are Bright but after looking at them straight during a conversation i am unable to Tell what color they really Aro. He was dressed in Plain Black clothing Rind wears a heavy Gold Fob Chain. Tho Amber Hisai of his Mersham pipe is Law Fuys seen either in his Mouth or protruding from his Vest Pook it. To conversed Yery freely about the events of the Paet four years. Lie maintains that he was always in favor of the Union and opposed to secession though he advocates the inherent right of a Stato Touvi Thraw from the Union under tho vindicates his course in accepting tho vice presidency of the confederacy by saying that he did so in order to prevent the horrors of disorganized warfare rid to try to bring about a construction. Lie is rot on Good terms with Davis arid i have not seen them Exchange words during the trip. Both keep to their staterooms closely and neither seem to much attention to what is transpiring around them. The next character of Noto in the programme is the late a Ost master general Reagan a this individual was formerly a represent a Tiv in Congress from Texas and endeavoured to make himself notorious on the state rights q a cation by with several prominent Republican members. None however saw fit to id urge him and he made but Little reputation a copt among the fire eaters of his own Stato. Being a personal Friend of Davis and one of his chief co workers in iniquity he received the appointment of Post master general in which capacity he sorted until the rebel Bubble busted. He then volunteered his services to Pilot his lord and master through the country to Texas and securing amp shipment most of the rebel funds which he had been for some time converting into specie in a blockade runner to Europe for Deposit subject to the draft he undertook uis perilous you Aro already apprised of the result. He is a thick set Black haired Tawny Man such As the of inroad of Texas u Skaliy produces. Colonel Lubbock was formerly governor of Leaf but has been serving for some time As aids de Cam p to David of with rank of colonel of is also a heavy set individual with Gray hair emd Imperial Amoc Gray cold eyes he is rather of a Jovial Dipp Suich however and is disposed to take his capacity rather of a a joke Quot than otherwise of colonel Johnson. Occupied the same Ratek and position. He is a very Tali div scuba a Man and is also Gray. Hois much of the disposition of Lri Brook and tho most of the time playing Ricards of spinning a rns. Private Secretary harri80n, is a very Good looking Man and is very Well informed on politi9al matters. He does not however express an opinion openly on any Topio Oonner ted with the defunct Fonfe Dearoy Artemus Ward on a a a Orts a twice x endeavoured to do things which was t in my fort. A a the. Fust time was when i undertook to lick a a Washus cuss who Cut i Hole in my tent and crawled threw. See i a my Jen tie sir go out or i shall go into you Putty heavy see he.4 Wade in Wolfl Wax jiggers whereupon i went for him Caw pc Ino powerful on tho head and knocked me thre a the tent into a cow Prystur. Jeri. Nura nod the attack and Flung me into. Amp mad puddle. As i Roso and rung out m y or Eright Cdr ments i Kon eluded Fitten was not my fort. _ 1 now Rise the Kurtin upon see Sjodt it is rarely Seldom that i seek Consolation. In the flowing Bolo. But in a certain town a Inja Uny in the Faul of 18-, Ray Organ grinder got sick of. The lever end died. I never Felt so ashamed in a a my life and. I that. I d Hist in a few a Waller of Sutz in hmm Strent Henin. Kousch quests was i histed in so a Jiin a i did t a aptly know whore bouts i was. I turned my Livin wild beasts of Pray Loose into tho Street and upset my Wax works. I then bet i could play Boss. So i Arniat to a annal Bote there being two other horses hitched of likewise 1 behind a al ahead of to. The Driver hollered out1 for us to git and did. But tho to Suchan arrangement began to kick and Squall. And rare rip. Rons Sqq a its Wab i was kick a i lonely in Stom muck amp Bank and presently 1 found myself in the Kanal with the other horses kicking and Yelling like a Tribu of cuss Carolus ,. R j. Yee cod arid a i was being carried to the. Tavern on a Hemlock Board i Sald in a feeble voice boys playing Hoss in c my fort. A a Wyzo a Neyor Dou i do nothing which i it. In t your fort for if you do you la find yourself splashing around in the. Kanal Fig Gera Tive by speaking. A a. _ i 1 a a a. Cut is Many years since i fell in love with a Jane Dorusha Heggs the handsomest girl by far that Ever went on by Meadow or Elk arid Wood and Doh so Oft on did a Yolk and the Moon Ughoc s rail i on her melting lips,.and the night winds Learned our talk Jane was All to Jno for his heart was Young and 4friet and loved with a double twisted love and a love that was honest too. I roamed All Over the neighbors farms and i robbed the wih Wood Bowers a and Tore my browsers and scratched my hands a search of Flowers. In my yous Iove i All these to my Jer Aba Jane but i would t be so foolish. Rio w.,if i were a Bryt again. A City chop then of amp Rae All dressed up in store clot by a with shiny Vest and Mous tache under his nose. Lie talked to her of singing schools for her father owned a farm and she left me the country love Odd took the Rio can pm earm. And Oil that ight i never slept nor could i eat next Day for a loved that girl with a fervent love it that nought Xic uld drive away. I strove pc it win. Her. Bar to to but it was All in vain the Chap wit the hairy lip married Jerusha City and my poor heart wa3 sick Ond sore Unic tho thought struck me,.tha1j Good fish remaine is were Evor caught in the Sefl. So i went to the methodist Church one night and saw a dark Brown curl peeping from under a gip Hoy hat and i married that very and Many years have passed and gone arid i think my loss my gain and i often Bles. That hairy Chap who stole Jerusha june the credit system a a b a Dutiful girl stepped into a shop to buy a pair of mitts. 4 Tiow much Are they j 4 Why said the altar if out a in up deut clerk lost in Gazdig upon her sparkling eyes and Ruby lips,4 you shall have them for a kiss. A a a a a -. 4 agreed said tho Young lady Pool re ung the mitts while her eyes spoke daggers,1 aria As see you give credit Here Ltd your books and collect the Best a atm i you can v so saying be Hrie tily tripped out. A a Jet As an in Mae of Good for Urie Cha sometimes attends speculations the Cincinnati commercial is told that Ofey Man tho. Two or three years Agot was a not tsp Topor ii Ord that pity mra a a nowe Stim at to to Worth Over two Millio flt Petroleum did tho business Tor a twelve year old boy who was t j shed in a big briny -cbbool1 the other v. Avenged himself by setting fire to the by. O. House. K7&Quot the last a Naione oonq9qti$gt Iri deity

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