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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - June 12, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaVol. 49. Carlisle pa., thursday a a one 4, 1862. To. A. American Volunteer. Rubl sned every thursday morning by Yohji 15. Bratton. Dollar and fifty cents paid in and Vinco j two dollars if paid within tho year a and two dollars and fifty conts if not paid within it Jinyon. Those. Terms will to rigidly a Horod to in a Mercry a it a to Hilour. No subscription discontinued until Nii arrearage s unless at tho option of tho editor Quot a a Anvy nti sements accompanied by tho Chstr and not cd coding one Square will to Insor Tod throb a a Dpi la or find won to Fivos conts Forcash tonal insertion a deserter and a spy shot. The Corinth correspondent Memphis Appeal in his letter 23d ult., writes deplorable Sisters drowned. About , willing Ward son of or. D. Ward Fisherman embarked in those of a greater length in j proportion. Job printing a Pamp blots Blanks a a. And it tho shortest notice. Another Soldier was yesterday shot for de 13 a a a a a bit a spa a during the previous night to had bl8 five Matera tho of st girl was _ i about thirteen years of age and the youngest after sailing up and Down tho _ an hour or so William who was steering the boat with an oar attempting to put it on another track. Lie Silt upon the gunwale in order that he might have a greater Purchase Oyer the or when tho sail suddenly flapped against tho Mast and the boat capsized. All who wore on Board instantly fell into tho water. Tho boy tried to save his Sisters end to right the boat. After consid portion. Run by for on Nel Crie. Need not Stop me a was the. Response As Good a Federal As you _ a a what Are you doing Here a said the Sentinel. /. I need not mention Tea a pm Erport revelation i. A a Well i reckon Yogi Liao got into the wrong Box. In a a Confederate picket and i and Vou Aro my or Tooner a a a a a i Erabio Effort he succeeded in Gotting the boat the �ffi�0r a f 8uard. Was. Accordingly i0?1 .8 kc01 Asail a. A cd. When tho two eldest a a 1 summoned and the Man Given into custody. Yesterday to was taken before Gen. Jackson and examined. He then frankly confessed that his heart was not in the cause that to was an englishman by birth and had desert of Kiecal. Of his Sisters came to. The surface lib managed to get them into the boat which was half filled with water. A when about to get on Hoard himself Trio wind again caught the sail of. The boat and. Kitty a Choice of.,. A wealthy old firm or was Absalom Leoa Load by it one daughter tho miso Lovous Kitty go fair and so Good and Gentoo was she. That lovers Cuino wooing from country and City tho fire tand the boldest to ask for Hor Han was a grimly Dresser Daudy who. Worshipped Hor a a tin a a a gho replied with a smile to a a ult Well understand a that Sho d marry no ape for tho Sako of his a skin a. A. Trio next was a merchant froth but in a amps the tired a Rioli gouty and Gruff a presuming old Sinnot. Young Kitty s fair form and Sweet Faco to admired. And thought to himself Vicau her go to showed her his Placo and made a Bluff Bow a and said she might live there but wickedly then Kitty told Linin she Long a rash vow a not to Bear for tho Sako of is Don a. A Onisor Camo riot to was fearless and bold in claiming his right to miss Kitty s affection. To said she d not want for a Homo while his Gold could fur a Cabin to give her Protection in Elf vexed at Bis boldness but Calm in a Trice she cur Seyed and thanked him and blushing by a Thon. A. A do Murjoy repeated to Sago aunts advice a a not. To marry a hog for tho Sako of his pen a a Iho not was a Farmer Young bashful and shy to feared tho bold woofers who Curno from the City. But the flush on his Cheek and tho Light in Hie Eye soon kindled a Flamo in the bosom of Kitty a my life will to one of ,&Quot to said a Bui Darling come share it with me if you can a i a i suppose a she replied gaily tossing Hor Bond. A a i must marry tho form for to Sake of tho Man. Vav to till by Quill al a i. De with the intention of giving intelligence in an instant she was capsized a second time of our movements to the enemy. Evidence and the Goor girls along with the lad who so Clear and conclusive dispensed with the acted so manfully where again battling formalities of a court martial and the Man for to bold bv0a in the it Watt lie made Aneth was taken out and shot. A Bottom to save Thorn but they sunk before on the Day previous wednesday i saw v8 to re so a a m0r0 in life another suffer the same Fate a spy named �ll00sb a Ucb exhausted,.succeeded in getting Coon Farris from Paris or Paducah Tenn hold boat which was being driven Hith a my re stoical death i never witnessed. Asef and thither by tho wind and Waves and to Rode along upon a Rudo cart seated upon allotted lustily for assistance. His fathers a Box which was to he his future bed he act h0u8� a situated about a thousand Yards from where the Accident occurred. His painful cries. For assistance were not a in fathers hut but a Young Man named Earnest had observed tho Accident from tho Esplanade and put off Iii a boat to Render assistance. Lie fortunate Edas indifferently As if he were a Spectator and not the object terrible prepare l j3j? in. Ones 1 tons. A j heard by the inmates when the vehicle stopped he jumped lightly out and waited for. The removal coffin. This being Dorro to to at Roe. Twenty fee Distant the coffin was placed under x succeeded in rescuing the lad m a very exit i Shad cuffs were unlocked and for a to masted state conveyed him to his lath Mentho engaged in conversation with. The 01?,dw0 in the Zane ,s May officer attending Iii. Not a sign of trepidation was visible. Tho keen Black Eye was As bold arid unwavering As Ever and neither Cheek blanched nor muscle quivered. His interview terminated the last words of which i As .1 was informed were a a i die an honest and an innocent Man a he took his seat upon the coffin his coat was buttoned across be imagined when they Learned the melancholy intelligence that daughters who had left them in health a Short time before had All met a watery grave. -. Shocking Inion officer and a Young. Lady wednesday of last work a shocking tragedy occurred at Springfield to. The missourian says passing under the Bod. No Ono born of a woman has Ever existed or will Ever exist who has. Not Felt in Corrie degree the weight of an Afflic Tive Rod. Job was not the Only mortal who has cried Init Torness of heart a a of that i were dead 1�?��?. Life is at Best but a so no of trial though to Somo the ordeal is More bitter than to others affliction a a a Reeps unbidden into the closet bound Circle to May watch with Anslum a be Rin g care Over tho forms of our loved ones but Many a destiny is unalterably written on the records of tho past As Well As Trio present and thit Fate no Man can escape. See filial love stooping Over tho Couch Johore lies the forms of those who in life a earlier Houre shielded a is As far As might be from tho rude storm. Every Fibre heart clings with Ivy like tenacity to tho spirit flickering to its last fading Ray what anguish fills tho soul what Heartfelt Orisons Are poured Forth that the life loved one May he spared. But Trio eternal Wisdom Calls that soul away from its struggles to a final rest. With bleeding hearts tho afflicted sadly under the Rod. Parental solicitude watches with undying interest tho Progress of its of bodied love 1 after Many years the prodigal wanderer Inay return to yield jigs last breath where surrounded by dear associates to Drew the first. Who shall say that there is no affliction there ?. Look to Greenwood mount Auburn and other Beauty spots of nature where lie entombed the buried treasures of Many a heart. Over that Small Mound where roses Bloom in strange Beauty bends a form convulsed with grief some few months ago a Little Cherub Lay in that mothers Lap giving Hack Smilo for smile and flashing from the orbs that had borrowed the hues of their native heaven glad Hopes for the future. Now it sleeps torn from the arms that entwined it covered with the cold Earth a Proy to the wasting elements at work whore the time Long Sloe pors rest is not this passing under the Rod How Many a tearful Eye will gaze in pop our homely sketch his breast arms pinioned from prot a to a 0�?Tu o a i \ i ii in a i Pott. About dark to in company with Ono t a mfg amur ask ejf�?~p�l8t10 a. Nice both in a state of intoxication Man however., Thon shut out uni in1 t a in a fit i from the world for Lnu of. Fin Wii i a new a a i a a Lod at. Of mrs. Wills it widow lady residing in the East part town to . An of time so lion la scr. Oliero Are Many persons new residing in. I Trio City of Philadelphia who Demci Boring tick some thirty years can recall the honest of sturdy pedagogue from Ilio North of head to one Side a falling jaw Inland by tho name of Wea Stern a cd a ?,\8.rov�r-. The spy halt a paid the for Ilia Libarian old school who Bei Zovod a it of. A v0 for and the majesty no As often went with a thwack of military Law was vindicated As with an inclination Ili Nong the pupils wbk Olton Juno 3. The honest old w a was. One who has 1 a from the Ivorid for tho last Timo with Only a moment bridging the interval Between Timo and eternity to took tho Paizis to make himself comfortable by moving his head from Side to Side on the tree that it might rest easily upon tho rough ridges of. Tho bark. The guard was then Orde Ikid Forward three paces i so that but ten stops separated them from the n Muf a a j i a to a in re in Ria of . I 8plta 1�f to a Mol. One guards shot the Captain through the body when the lat a a take aim afew seconds pause Quot fire a or retired a few paces and Folla Ead. About get their Bupper which mrs. Villis declined preparing of them this denial enraged the Captain and his companion who Drew their pistols on the guards stationed at the door to protect the House and attempted to Force their Way into the House to have their supper in culprit. The officer took his Placo it their i right and in Low tone gave the order of af0w 80co.nds�?T paua0- a a or a the same time the guard shot Bice fired Hie a splash of brains a sudden Start a drooping a Tol him Buff mis8ed and shot miss Mary a Villis a Young lady through a Quot Thod Iead a Quot ing her instantly. Another guard fired at p. A. Willis a Young lady through a the , kill no her instantly. Another guard fired at Rico tie Ball entering his breast and ranging up through his shoulder which was badly shattered. He is severely oui ipod and his recovery is doubtful. Mrs Willis is a Union refugee from Arkansas where she lost mei.�noi�oi4y. two Young la a Neo risen to some distinction but who do p Tah l Kiuei in , Sun ,.,. Ring his school body Days was generally re a Nib pc shout twelve of clock Durier the s�n8, assassinated by rebel guerrillas. Capt of filed As a think loaded Lazy fellow and As terrific storm of Thunder and it Honing Thiehl Clark was a Naf we of so otay Ohio it but a loved sure old a a attention pa8sed Over tho City two Young ladies miss Gim it by pm unto in that state in 1836.�? warming Way Verj Somi occasionally. Atlary Pillsbury and Mijs Clara Goodwin a Ewd m tho mexican War under Sterling 1 a a idled by lightning in their Price and was twice. Eie eted sheriff of Grundy blandly requested him to take his place on i Bjick a of st and the floor Asho had a few words which he Tab up j li0 Steamboat a Short Levy Miles below wished to Sadr to him. Johnny of Coane a a ?o.mt0? bed Poughkeepsie a. Y., there lives and has a stopped out with fear and trembling and was a a a. I lived for several years past a worthy clergy greatly astonished to find his Stern teacher fit of ? ,tbat.,tho7 had not Man,.a Man however vory Short in stature a address him in a very kind and gentle tone g try a flt i i a Accident occurred. Upon a certain sunday about eight years ago a Johnny my son a said a of a yes in offed in which they were this Clergyman was invited by tho pastor of a Good family so you Aro. Lying together stood near a Pablo window. A Church in that visage to fill his pulpit for Johnny who was expecting a pretty severe a m Between two the Day. The invitation avar accepted tho punishment and had already begun to whine 0. 8 a and the fluid appeared to have i sunday morning saw or. In tho Pul Aud dig his Knuckles into he eyes looked up a a ,t0 pit. It hip _ _ i eyes looted Upin tho greatest imaginable Surprise. A i say Johnny a pursued the Dominie a yes re of a Good family Dye understand ? a a thank you sir a replied the lad with an air of Somo Confidence. 1 yes Johnny i repeat yes re of a Good Emily As Good As my own. I know your Kotlier Johnny in the old country and this Asa lad and a Many and a better and Lio nost a air Are a i r a Quot Quot happened that the pulpit was i a different directions. The Fork which killed a very High one and accordingly nearly hid the ladies passed m at the window near the the poor Little Clergyman from View. How. Myover the congregation out of respect Man there was a Feather mattress non a Straw aged to keep their countenances and with one Andi the fluid passed under the be affers and Over pious faces seem religiously anxious for set the Straw on fare. A Naglit Cap worn by the text. They were not obliged to wait Long for n nose and two Little Oyes suddenly a r wit Anil Wisdom the Day for action is to Day for reels few a to Morrow. A. If mind is matter Isnit it matter enough that Man abuses it ?. Happy hearts and smiling faces around a cottage Hearth Stone. That is Home. Quot. While your eyes Are called pretty and Blue your Sisters May to pretty and blah a. If you Hayo to Pegasus put up with a common horse. Poets Are born not Mado. Betray no Many a Confidence. If he pit Faith in you prove yourself worthy of it. Those persons who. Are continually talking Bolwind Peoples backs Are usually great liars. To cheerful yourself and you will have a right to expect others to to cheerful around you. / if you know you , dare to do so though the whole world. Rise up. In arms against Yoti. V if you believe to lat a a nobody a to blame for a Railroad Accident you will believe almost anything. A. Whoever loves not this Beautiful Earth must hate himself a Good Deal and tho rest human family As much More. Do not make great overtures for honors but demean yourself in such a manner that they will come to you without the asking. If your relatives complain to you of your wife a extravagance give them to understand that the a matter of that is none business. Not generally known Martin Van Buren is tho Only Man who held the offices of president Vico president minister to England governor of his own state and member of both houses of Congress. Thomas h. Benton is the Only Man who has held a seat in tho United states Senato for thirty consecutive years. Tho Only instance of father and son in the United states Senate at the same time is that of Hon. I Lowry Dodge senator from Wisconsin and his son Augustus a. Dodge senator from Iowa. Gen. Jas. Shields is the Only Man who Ever represented two states in tho United states Senate. At one time to was senator from Illinois and subsequently senator from min Eyota. A. John Quincy Adams held position under the government during every administration from that of Washington to that of Polk during which he died. To had been minister to England member of both houses of Congress Secretary of state and president United states. Me died while a member House of representatives. The Only is taboo where three Brothers occupied seats in the lower House at the Sanie time was when Elihu Washburn represented the first District in Illinois Israel Washburne jr., tho third District in Maino and Cadi valladers Washburne tho third District in Wisconsin. ,. Mistakes not Jesse Loo the hourly apostle of methodism in new eng land it is related that one Day while travel ing on horseback he fell in with two lawyers who take a place on either Side of him began to quiz him. They asked if lie was a Man of Liberal education. A a a Suifili onto to said. A a to got about tho country.�?�. ,. They inquired if he wrote his sermons. He replied in the negative. But do you not sometimes make mistakes for instance quoting scripture a a a perhaps so sometimes but idiot a a when you find you have made , do you Correct it a. Not always if it involves nothing essential i let it pass. The other Day i tried to repeat tho passage where it says a a tho Devil is a liar and tho father of them i got it tho Devil is a lawyer and the father of them but i hardly thought it necessary to rec Tiffy so unimportant an error.�?�. By this time oho Young sprigs was prompted to remark to the other that he Ardicy knew whether the fellow was a Knave or a fool a a. Leo glanced Means ugly on either hand and replied. ,. A a perhaps Between tho the Young gentlemen by this time concluded to leave the itinerant to his own meditations ? a. Letter from Hon. H. Briff eight. House of representatives u. S., Washington april 24,18g2. J to my constituents i am compelled very much against my inclination to address a few lines to you in regard to my vote in opposition to the Bill which recently passed Congress abolishing slavery in tho District of Columbia. I regret it because the acts of a representative should not make it necessary for him to appear in the Public press but As the Bill passed under the pressure of tho previous question which cuts off Debato i am in a measure forced to Pur Suo this Courso of informing Niy constituents of my reasons for voting against the Bill. I i Imit add one other motive for troubling you Anil that is charges Mado in private letters from Niy. District expression press in and out state As to a violation of tho pledges i made before my election. To save the troubles of separate answers and to Supply Yii with what i should by to said in debate if i could Liao had tho Opportunity i am obliged to adopt the present plan. Ill a a. One ladies was torn into shreds and the face and neck of tho,.wearer somewhat marked. Tho other Fork or division of tho a Auu a Vetrer Ana Jonosha t Jerlad and Man Johnny i never knew aether �o01d passed Down a wooden water conductor tide big deep a which was completely shattered tho third a thank you bit a said Johnny with a passed Down a Chimney flu to the lower Sto geared Oyer tho top pulpit and a squeaking tremulous voice proclaimed in nasal tones the text a ibo of Good cheer it is i to not Wiki a i a a a a a a. A a 1 a general Roar of laughter followed the an pleasant Smilo and a fugitive glance of Tri-1 a 80mlng out Noall the fire Placo shot Noune Ementi the Clergyman became confused Mph at some of his playmates. Diagonally across tho. Room croaking a look and turned All sorts of colors. Many in the a and i knew your Mother too Johnny a b,,4rcd p100ea ,. Dflia Shock general , left the Church and it was a and , Sweet Little girl she was Afore Slie in a a a 0 so it distinctly Felt by All in the Long time before the minister was enabled to grew up and married your father Johnny Ilou?,0�?T and Tomomi trober of or. Pillsbury a pro0eed with tho and after that she was a Blissit Bride and ask i ��0 -01 -i0 j0om oe8�ipiod off. Kind hearted and Lovely a Mother and mis 0��j a a ?. To in ,.�?Te va3 disco afternoon came and tho Little Many stand Tross of a family Johnny As Iver left tho mid and immediately . Ing on a Footstool had a fair View an of Ould j a was t Fonty to y0ara of Tonco. The text was announced in due form f Roh thank you sir a responded 3dlnwaa Twenty eight. The a a Little Faile be shall see me and a Little the delighted Jonney a a 1 i i y a so0th,, i whue and to shall not see i a a a a ate l-00111 in the coarse of his never return to me again. And then your it commercial of May 23d, contains maters Johnny you be got Fine Sisters too Tlle following and thai o10wn since th0y Woro toddling j there is not tho least doubt but the Trai soviet a to a a a Waro ornaments to inny tors in Kentucky Are by concert preparing but icy to desolate the state by predatory warfare.�?, a a Spondon the is 1nunnlg0d t0 Yum a &Quot-r0 they Are wcl1 or Saniz a. And Havo been pre p�?o-�?o8 How to express to lev Tel Fly a jtr00in0\v be Parms for months to Striko a blow and now Phino self such a great Faim ii a a Lnu y Are in my tin. We do not conjecture ii Voute with his heretofore j to know that in nah two t-1. N a and then Thor no a m a Hui of a dozen Youngmen from tho Kentucky of a Era a in be known since you it a a that i j1.1108 of tho Ohio Are highly to a lady then present a Riding to appointed places All a reposing to i �?ofw"0 a a a v form guerilla parties. Quite al number have individual wit i so h a a in due Aoi Aad some slug or six an and ? i to ride their own horses others had horses whole Blissit i Imit n ?r3 a is the presented to Thom by Rioh shoos zionists. Oth in no by Wii Annj f a a 2 Avo known so ers stole horses. To have heard of cases in Jad now that a look Johnny it which Young men stole horses from their Fath by Gono reminisce noon t m a 1 pm on tb�80 ors and run away. Thoy Havo been constant to doing Rustico to a talk f would not by but cautiously for several weeks perhaps v a Justice to your Noh o in thou i a a text with great earnestness and stepping Back lost his elevated footing and disappeared from his hearers 1 tho effect May to More readily imagined than described. Better than a. is Well known that All ladies Havo an intense admiration for sewing machine and that their Delight in the Possession Calls out Ponthus Distio terms of a lady called at a sewing a Agency to Purchase and inquiring Stem master flu his he Reto Foro to know thav squads of tvo a a cd three a and by a a a j11? we a bad a 10achino of Quot a to a 1 a 1 a a i she of old learn its merits was among. A a pro quiet Demuro a looking Maidon lady. Upon being questioned this individual at first re a ves j�h�n7 v i recently loft Boone county and proceeded Tol ff7 the ,m0.d08t l-080rv0> but Finaev Tolje Ali. Yes Johnny went on the Dominie join Humphrey Marshall. Some were Abie ab80rblng.dolight every sowing Mao Brno pro a ii. Prio Tross inevitably feels got Trio bettor of her diffidence and she warmly eulogized tho object of tho inquiry and finally Hor eyes brightened Hor of Heck grow Rosy and she sprang to Hor feet and with an Ono Rotio voice said a like my sowing machine ? to to sure i do Why i begin to Exchange it for a Man a. Washing made a a crazy folks in tho Asylum at Ilar Ford ct., mix a Gill of alcohol with a gallon of soft soap just As Thoy Are going to rub it on tho cloths Shioli Thoy then soak two or three hours and. Then merely rinse out in Cloar Wator and All the dirt is out As effectually As Good sense is out of a follow atop drinking tho Samo Quantity of tho a a Poison just toll the women that this is tho Oasis st Way to Mako washing easy and urge them to try it and you will no reason to run away on washing Day. In washing stairs and passages always Uso a sponge instead of a cloth when a Abji no the space Botwood tho carpet and Wall and you will not soil tho Edgos. Sponge is cheap and this information is Ohop but it is Anlu Ablo to All the plough v. O5 a gentleman who was Dover Miod to out do tho Horticulturist who raised chickens from Ogg plants has in Pridu cig a Colt from a Diurso who Sui Anil a calf from a cow Ard. 1 kind no Bie. Father your months buying arms and ammunition in this Teri Bandtl rn�7p Lov?1jr818torfl nor Tolo Ity. Lot such a Law i a �1�?T i were to by the thou a Pond h or no a Rascal go woke 5v.issssff."� a Knib Quot a f a a a a the process of a Hira Entz it 0und bm80 startled by a Una rain of to enemy strip got to Fais dying Dav a g Tea i by n0vor sop16 important Point and doing great j a nay. J chief dope ads upon the Wisdom and Vigil Anoo in this business Thoy have been helped a Ink. -�1 were to i by those among us who Are so weak and so a pon Rascal go wicked As to sympathize with them. Noth a mind a mid out Yor ing Oan save Kentucky from desolation by Liq it to Mounir Rascal 1�?� a a a a a a a Vav Jori Iugan save Kentucky from desolation Brand before Noor i. These scoundrels but vigorous notion. Thoth to from his nsfnn0i, 7 had_tim0 Torccov-1 or tins will be taken before the country a a in the process of a th�an�r�n0 True a m 18tar?d by a wild raid of tho enemy striking the crops t1lat Thi Prospect of a�mn�01?1108�?Two loa.? a i would of Vinoo Thorn of tho necessity of doing vory Bright. The i ,ar.8� a Rop is something s in has Heen a. ®xt0ut of and in Whol 1 ,u1b l tops of ill instr Ltd authorities. If anything Short of tho country 0x03, a a Wuy a actual outbid Cak 0f 8a0"�?~, War Ohio has Hont a al Usu 01 land in who of i them fhi8 st i a Quot Vaa n0v0r a quailed in i i Avo Thoro Henn p v19us season and Novor a full top s a a Oro fluttering no sports of 0fs. To a a pm 1,Anat Wesant gratify tho farm Hing there is evidence that will bring to a a realizing Sonson with Groat rapid sea Bonace it Cost any this Rob int to .80ilc gratify tho farm1 thing to print a now Papor Len 18 pot ooh find to any How can a Printer afford to furnish a Nanor annl a a Ciu. without . Do printers a a it and drink and what clothing if they do How can they got Eliom ? a do i two for my paper ? is not Good time to Call at the Milit Bra a of ibo and up a Ein Liacos Over via Quot a of Fth state Quot is fruit Trio latter iati18,grown�?T Ino ind ssh Oral a of which has failed Fob Ruitu of and Jin at 0a8 a Ono oau8b for Bofto Iuo Penolo run pm Foat so Roo of re amusing amusing dialogue lately occurred in one american of nips Between a private who was noting Sentinel neat a Hospital and a general. On the approach latter the former Negle Tod to give the accustomed Salute. The general to Iii sharply replied a who stands guard Boro a. A a a Chap about my size answered the private general a what Are your duties hero a. A a to allow the Siok to come out and tho Well a cd a your a you wont catch to doing that. I done to intend to stand Here two hours longer than usual to please you. The Sentinel no Ludo to a Rule which gives corporals tho Power when they Are unnecessarily called by sentinels to punish Thom by two hours extra duty. Tho general indignant at these replies hunted up the lieutenant guard and facing the Sentinel said a a what instructions do you give your men in saluting your Superior officers. The lieutenant said to the Sentinel a a Llave i not told you to Salute your Superior officers do you not know that this is your general a. Tho Sentinel with a look of amazement re plies. A a if the almighty is not better acquainted with him As a general than i am he is a lost Man sure.�?�. terrible Accident at Niagara Roch Ostor Democrat states that on Sun Day morning three men Wero swept Over Niagara Falls in a Row boat. Tho thrilling Soene mas witnessed from both shores of tho River. Tho Democrat says a the men Woro Soen putting out from tho Canada Sido near Chippewa with tho evident intention of Landing near the South end of Goat Island. After getting out a Short distance the current was found too Strong for Eliom tho Roo ont High wind up the Lake was still forming Moro than a usual Quantity of Wator through the River and although they Mado every Effort to Stem the Rushing tide yet their efforts Woro entirely unavailing. They were soon after battling for a Timo desperately against tho current to draw their oars from tho Wator and sit motionless in the boat resigned to their Fate. In this condition they Wero swept Over the Falls. The Namos of tho unfortunate non wore not old Deacon my a was the Only storekeeper in Sfax Village a up country a and used to take great pleasure in cat Chising the youth who might visit Trio store. One Rainy Day business Dull the Deacon was quietly sing King by the Side of a cheerful fire when a ragged Urchin entered who seemed a fit subject on which the Deacon might exercise his questioning Powers. The Deacon called the lad to him and patting him on the shoulder asked him t a my son what is the strop Gost thing you know of athe Jad thought a moment then scratching his bump of communicative Ness through a Hole in his hat Saida a Why i reckon marm knows she Starnal Strong herself she can lick dad at any time and she said that tho butter i got the other Day was the strongest she every eed yet for that was so Strong she hold it after she got it Down a a i voted against the Bill for abolishing slavery in the District of Columbia and it is my purpose to Voto against any other Bill abolishing slavery any where without the consent people in the state where it and in doing this i will violate to pledge that i Oyer assumed either by word or implication in the remotest degree. Alien you did to the Honor to elect to to the 37th Congress you imposed upon to tho following obligations and i am free to say that they fully and cordially met my own approbation.,. They were to Aid and assist to tho extent of my Power to put Down tho rebellion and crush out an unholy and wicked insurrection to vote to raise armies Aud the necessary Means to support them to stand by the government in the crisis then and How pending and do All i could restoration these wore the obligations imposed upon me by both tho political parties of my District and which i have faithfully and honorable discharged. But i did not then consent and will not now to become an abolitionist. It is tho last position that i will assume at least Whilo i Havo reason and judgment left. To become an abolitionist would to to revise tho whole course of my Public life and to. Give the Lio to those doctrines which i Havo publicly proclaimed for a period of tho thirty year s. The doctrines of Wendell Phillips and his associates Are As abhorrent and monstrous As those of Jeff. Davis and his both the open and. Avowed advocates of tho destruction of such a government As tho world Neyer before saw and both deserving the same infamy. With neither of them have i any Affinity and no human being can say that i Ever had. Vendell Philips has proclaimed with in id last two months to a puh Jio. Acid once in this City that he had been engaged for the bioam�?Tt.�?a Young couple wore setting to other in a romantic spot with Birds and Lowers about them Whon tho following Dia logo on sued. A a my Doar if the sacrifice of my life would la Ense Theo most gladly would i Lay it it thy oot a a of air you Are too kind 1 but it just to minds Rue that i wish you would Stop using t0b Tny to think of it. Its a habit to we Ipoh i am a a a Ivory Well sir this is the Way you Lay Down your life l or to and As you Are already wedded to tobacco id take Good Faro you Aro Novor to me us Itsou Guijo Piff a a maj a w old egyptian jewels egyptian Queen Anh Hotep who died eighteen Hundred years before Christ and whose Tomb was discovered by a French archaeologist in 1850, Aro exhibited at the International exhibition in London. When found at Gounah the body Queen was covered with objects in Gold and Silver such As a diadem of massive Gold Ono rusted with precious stones elaborately chased with tho Heads , and bound together with a Cord of Gold wrought like a Tress a Collar of Gold having Dop Ondong from it three flies of solid Gold supposed to to the decoration of tho egyptian honorary order Fly two Heads of Lions and a boat of death mounted on wheels and with Little rowers in tho Sitter is supposed to represent the do ceased Queen and the Ola Anter in the. Boat is of Gold. His Finger is placed upon his lip As if enjoying silence. Sleeping in certain military chaplain did All he could to prevent his soldiers from falling asleep at Church. Evon when Reading the text housed to break Offin tho Middle of an unfinished sentence to Call attention to some Rod coat enjoying his somnolent nods and winks in a Distant on one too asian he so mingled scripture with the intimation that the ludicrous association gave Rise to an irrepressible titter through the congregation. And no wonder for thus impressively read the Ohap Din a and Abra Ham said unto lot a pause during which the Parson pointed to a slumbered in a retired seat a sergeant that Many a asleep 1�?� a Good the abolitionists insist on interfering with slavery in tho states we claim tho right to interfere with the Way free states treat Black men. These states should to compelled to let the negro live in their Borders. If tho military Are authorized to Sot the negroes Loose Why not locate Thom in Indiana or Illinois. It is Trua this might to contrary to the Constitution and Laws of these states hut what of that ? if tho military can disregard our Constitution it can also disregard the institutions of other Louisville Democrat. A swarm of bees on a Many a most singular incident occurred in Bridgewater a few Days since illustrating tho Peculiar habits of bees. Or. A. P. Bonson noticing a unusual stir among his hives proceeded to examine into tho Olauso whereupon an on Tiro swarm withdraw from their old Hivo and settled upon his Load and shoulders or b., without any serious sure needed in transferring the swarm safely to a now hive. _ Joy a physician told his patient that to could Oure his tooth obo by simply holding a certain Root in tho right hand. A Arhat Post a asked the sufferer. A tho Root of tho aching l7�?� a gentleman having a Lionso that ran away and Broko his wife so neck was told by a neighbor that to wished to Puro Haso it for his wife to Rido. Upon a no said tho Blotch i intend to marry again last Nineteen years in attempting to overthrow and destroy the Union and lie received on tho utterance of this unmitigated treason rounds of applause 1 has j Elf. Davis and his band of traitors done anything worse. Now the idea that i should follow in the Wake of any such leadership ought to be preposterous with you who have known me so Many years. No i am a Union Man and will stand by tho Constitution while i have tho strength to do so and fight manfully against. Tho fanatical schemes of abolition fanatics in North As Well As the blood red doctrines of Seo Ossion North or Sputh 1 but i come to the question whether it he True that i have falsified my pledges ? let my Quot rec clod votes speak for due Aud let unprejudiced men to my judges. I have uni in Wormily voted for All appropriations that Havo passed Congress and those amount to some millions of dollars. I voted for. The necessary tax Bills to raise these Ono pious bums of Money. I voted to put in the Field an army of six Hundred thousand Mon. I voted for All resolutions expressing the sentiments House As to the propriety of crushing omit tho accursed rebellion p ushing the leaders Aud restoring the government. 1 have upon All occasions is i Coneo ived pursued a conservative course and attempted at All times to avoid any. Interference with exciting sectional questions regarding tho agitation of Thorn As Gravo and i May say a surmount Blo objects to the restoration Union and tho suppression of tic rebellion. And who can entertain a. Doubt truth position. A a a it was my candid opinion Tiit tho passage slavery abolition Bill was More disastrous than to Havo added fifty thousand Mou to Trio ranks rebels. How it May to asked. By exemplifying in the act Liat they Hayo uniformly charged upon us Aud which to Havo stoutly Deu Iod that. It was a War to emancipate negroes in place of restoring the Union by holding out to our Anny an Issue of emancipation who the proclamation of tie Exoe Tivo which called them to the Field was to suppress the Rocelliou and protect the persons and property of Loyal men everywhere. If the effect of tie passage Bill is calculated to prolong tho War to weaken and demoralize Trio Federal army and strengthen tho rebel cause then indeed i should have acted in direct opposition not Only to my pledges but for Trio Best interests country in giving it my support. A Quot in my opinion this was not tho Timo nor tho occasion to agitato tho slavery question. More momentous issues Aro upon our hands. To Havo a govern meet to Savo Aud tho ii Ouis of thirty millions of Puoplo to protect. Lite or death of Trio Groat Republic should fax tho All absorbing question and that alone till it to solved a Voroni a since Trio Sun first us Wuhu upon tho Globe was Thoro so solemn so responsible a position As to one now occupied by Trio people of this country. No Effort of which tho human heart Aud Trio human Frame is capable of exorcising should to omitted to. Rescue from ruin Aud overthrow of tho United states of America. But one thought should occupy tho Publio Inird and our impulse move tho Public Hoarty How is tho government to be saved ? this Aud not negro abolition should agitato Trio Congress Trio nation a tho people. To should Soonbo tho tooling of our Loyal Bro Thorou of Maryland Koutecky Virginia Tonnesson and Missouri. Rather than Harrow Thom up Aud drive Eliom to deeds of madness by acts of legislation we Ipoh Havo a toi Denoy to create distrust for if not tho destruction of their social customs and local Laws. Their sons Are fighting Sido by Sido with ours of tho North on tho sump Battle Field and Many of Eliom occupy Trio Samo Gravo 1 amidst those terrible scones Honor Aud Justice nay tho common decency is of life forbid that Thoy Roc Oivo insult from Trio government we Ipoh Thoy Are pouring out noir blood to Doi Ond. It was indeed out of Timo and Placo to lug in tho negro question at. Such a moment Naif the people of tho West were re mourning Over the slain at the Battles of fort Donolson and Springfield of pen Ridge and Pittsburg Landing at tho very time negro emancipation occupied tho debates in Congress. Was the Issue upon the bloody Fields the safety of tho nation or the Freedom. Of tho negro if tho latter were the Essno then it was All right to pass the Bill if the former then the subject should have been shouted from tho Halls of Congress. At All events expediency and a due regard for the Publio interests demanded cessation of Hostil. Ltd against tho institutions Border states is they wore marshalled under the National Banner. But suppose the nation in repose the great Battle of Freedom won the states re United and the leaders rebellion Hung or in exile were not the people District of Columbia entitled to a voice if a matter which affected them so much ? Are the seventy five thousand people District to to treated As of no account Are they dumb mutes More stupid things to reflect the whims and caprices of abolition fanatics i proposed an amendment to the Bill submitting tie measure to them to be decided by their votes. It fell As it i matter of course i would Havo Gono so far As to have waived tho very Gravo , Wyeth Quoter under the terms deeds of cession of Trio District by tho states of Virginia and Maryland for. The purposes of a National Capitol she cry in it could be abolished without their consent v if the people Dis a. Strict had determined to rid themselves unnatural and repulsive institution. -.again, i am opposed to the appropriation of Money out National Treasury to Day for the Freedom of slaves either in the Dis. any states exists. I assume that every Loyal Man is in favor of maintaining the National credit. If so to Nicot the interest on tho immense debt already incurred and that which must be Una Voida Quot. Bly added. To if will give us taxation to our. Hearts Content without putting on tho a additional i Rudert emancipation of slaves a recession and abolition together have already a made half Trio businessmen of tho. North bankrupt Aud put endless exaction upon tho a people in tho Way of sex Croiss and taxes and assuming that the Var note to end in six months As ii loss fanaticism should Quot make it interminable. Twenty generations of Pereo and Prosperity will not conceal it is enough in Oither event a without the addition of millions for emancipation.1. Another objection to. The. Bill is that the owner of slaves is compelled to accept the. Amount awarded by commissioners which shall in no Onse exceed three Hundred dollars and which might not to a fourth value slave. No Many a property should to. Taken front him by. Compulsory process in via Ola Tiou great Magua Harta principle of our Constitution the right of trial by jury a a the slave shall a be a competent wit Quot Ness As to the loyalty of his master As a feat. Uro which strikes tho mind with astonishment and alarm. Quot a a. The foregoing reasons particularly induced me to cast my vote against Trio Bill. Under the same state of facts i would do the some thing again it is among the possibilities that i was wrong inf i have an abiding con i Otibe that a very Large majority of. Tho pc pie whom i ratify and approve the vote. It May and will probably create or Gulf Between to and. Very Many who cast their votes for due but while they May thus differ with me they cannot impugn my motives or Allego that i have by word action or implication deceived them. A at one time i entertained the opinion that j the conservative Union men of All parties 9 could have moved on in Harmony it least until the fact Hechmo Manifest that we still bad a National existence. And i entertained this up to the Timo that Congress decided upon the abolition measure. A it is very apparent now. That Union and Harmony cannot exist. A very considerable number of Conser a Atiq republicans in Congress voted for the abolition Bill with extreme reluctance. They a yielded to what they supposed were the imperative demands of party and now an entering wedge is Mado by the passage District Bill which will Lead to More and More sectional fanatical legislation until All Hope -is.ended, and parties must necessarily assume their old positions. This indeed is a fixed fact. A. _ it Soems to me that while Cannon Are Boom ing upon Fields of sanguinary War almost un-1 Del the eaves Capitol and Liilo the bodies of mutilated bleeding dying soldiers no borne along Trio avenues that the wounds living should be dressed and the Bod ies. Of Trio dead be interred in the absence of abolition harangues and songs of emancipation. The solemn cortege should be spared Trio treasonable outbursts of Dmoch demented and Prazy fanatics As Wendell Phillips and his Kindred followers. A. Tho District Hill is already succeeded Fay projects of Law on the files of Congress to al Qew negroes to to employed in the mail ser a vice United states to give them the right of suffrage in the District to allow them to enter the jury Box and to hold office Trio next step will be compulsory abolition in the states by a decree of Congress. And is this the Node and manner of so up i pressing tho rebellion and restoring the gov or Mont is i this Trio doctrine which is to. Norvo the Arm Anil give courage and Hope to to soldiers who Are doing Seattle in the sacred cause of tho country can it to possible that Good Cun Como of it i cannot give my. Aid and court Nance to any such wild and judicious so Bornos and if such a course separates to from men who Havo Given me their support while i regret that Thoy differ with. must i am willing to confiscate under constitutional forms All Trio property that a rebel Ini arms against tho government May have and whether it be oxen or horses or slaves it matters not but the property of Loyal Mon i will go As far to protect. J will maintain the objects which inaugurated the War. I will sustain the government in every constitutional measure to put Down rebellion and punish treason but 1 will not lond myself to promote abolition schemes thereby weakening and destroying it forever. I profess to be a patriotic Man if i am not i am mistaken in myself and therefore it is with to a matter of conscience. If therefore tho wild doctrines of abolition Aro not to to Mado a party test As it now seems to to and tho negro Sot up against Trio Constitution i must stand As i Oyer have done by tho latter. I cannot and will not consent to yield the life Principio of tho Republic. It is True the Voto of tho House was comparatively Small in opposition to tho Bill but i think those thirty nine nays represent a Principio which must survive and tho chances Aro that the number will to four fold increased in tho 38th con Gross for by tween this and that period of Timo Trio Groat tribunal of Trio Sovereign people would Havo settled tie question a lither abolition or Trio Constitution is King. Your Obod lout servant a Vienn kick A bight.,. A

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