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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - March 06, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaVol. 48. Carlisle pa., this Fiat March 6, 1862. No. 39. A american Volunteer. Published every thursday morning by John b. Bratton. A t eras. Subs Rii Dollar and 3? cents paid in Advance two Milars if paid within the year and two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the year. These terms will to rigidly adhered to in every in Stout of. To subscription discontinued ��?o1�?o All arc Saragos Are paid unless at Trio option of the editor. A. A by the Oasis and not exceeding Ono slim to will be sorted three Timos for Ono Dollar and Twenty five fonts for each additional insertion. Toboso of a greater length in proportion. Job print not such As hand Hills posting Hills pamphlets Blanks labels a. &c., expo Tod with about boy and at tho shortest notice. Poetical. Tug drga1i. I is in my Ohair by the blazing fir and Dodo away my life. And tho laughing flames leap High and higher As i dream of a Little Wigeon Ray. Shoulder i feel a pressure Sweet and arms Liko the but we of White about my Nook in a. Wam clasp meet and Nebo flames and brighter. And ringlets of Gold pour Over my face As my head to her bosom s Pillow. Sinks Down in a Cloud of perfumed Laco that heaves Liko for to on tho Bill Wand i Hoar her warm hearts quickening boat. And her eyes grow Bright As fire As my lips Are covered with kisses Sweet and the flames leap High and higher a soft Cheek nestles close to my own and tho Sweet smiles Quer it Chase j. Dike run drops upon a Calm Lake thrown. Hor dimples the smiles of Facos a ,. A flute like laugh and her swelling breast. Heaven joyous High Happy toy lot and my rest. With a wife in front of the fire j. And i drink her Beauty into Ray Hoart. Arid the love Light of her eyes a a with a crash the Rod brands fall apart. My wife up the Chimney flies. A \. Thus Oft in Ray chair blazing fire i doze away my life ,., and the mocking flashes laugh High and hug hate a at my dream of love arid a wife. A a a lowly Flowers. A a a a a by Lyman r. Goodman. With foot half naked and Bare. And dresses All tattered and to up with a Penny hero and a. Cookery there and floods of derision arid scorn. wherever he feet a. Weary and willing Aro borne. With an Eye As Bright and a Chi a a As tho earliest Blush of the Baom a Abd Drivon from ,. A fest tale Clown. And a butt for every boor while the velvet skippered in Satin a go rustling by her Side with a Frozen heart and a curtained face / and a lip curled into Pride. A so Beautiful yet so frail so willing and yet so. Weak. -.oh, what if tho heart at last should a ail and a heavenly purpose break 1 a. And tho Dens Kounos and brothels of hell. Another poor victim hold a Colos Tinl spark to quenched in the dark. And an Angol bartered for Gold no wonder tho Hoart should fail ,. A heavenly purpose fade a a the Eye grow dim and the Check grow a when none stand ready to Aid no wonder the lairs and cradles of hello Many poor victims should hold when the Good Are Content to worship go and the Rich to worship their Gold move patiently on 0 Earth a till mercy a wandering Dove. Shall upward Fly to the realm of its birth and Rost in the bosom of Lovo. A move patiently on till the crucified Christ shall gather his Radiant Crown from the lowly Flowers and bleeding hearts that tho world has trampled Down. . Foot print sin ire naw. A new years story., b y c ii a r la 8 a. a. A a oot upon you Man 1. Will you play Dunco who were such a rattle brained lad and that too when your old school fellow comes to Greet you in your Middle age and Prosperity Forsooth and piles you with Good ale have respect for the malt if not for the Friend that finds it 1. A a have i not told you i am not Well ? can a sick Man laugh and play the Clown a a a nay nay but shall the ill drink ale like you lad you do not oven smile you Are sick at the second speaker buried his head in his a huge hands on both of. Which he had been leaning Over a half emptied Mug of Alo. He was Large and Brawny,.with a Bushy head of grizzled hair heavy Eye brows Over hanging email keen Gray eyes and was named Browning. His companion. Was short1 and rather corpulent with Florid complexion Sandy hair and a round Chubby face rendered Rathor i expressive by a pair of Light Blue eyes. He was called Harry Saunders. Between these two so dissimilar As is not infrequent a Boyish intimacy had been formed which had not been broken until manhood and its Nur a suits had separated them. Even then their hearts refused the division and often and again in fancy they travelled Back to tho old playground and school Bench whore they had played much and studied Little and to the Blacksmith shop where they on the Samo Anvil As apprentices together had rung out a chime to the dancing and gleaming . Saunders was one of those fun Loving Fellows who saw the Clear sky behind the blackest Clouds and having not the stability to love Long Emigh to marry had hither and Quot thither As his Yanev prompted or Means permitted and atlant in his pud dle ago stumbled across Browning. This was on new years eve. After a cordial Welcome and a vice like grasp of their calloused a bands they entered a Saloon and sat Down Over their mugs of ale. Saunders was in excellent talkative humor but he could wring Little from tho compressed lips of Browning save monosyllabic responses nor provoke a smile to Flash beneath Nis shaggy Eye brows and lighten along the furrows of Swarthy features. They were engaged upon the fourth Mug of Alo when they Are Intro Good. A a Why Man a said Saunders after regarding Browning some Little time a i had sworn a to myself when to had Felt each others fists that to would sit like the methodists and a hold a love feast or something of that kind till the new year oar no in but the More we Fraet the Glimmer you grow and a tis but Hall past nine How by Midnight you will be stupid As an owl at Nuon Day and i Snail to snoring Over my Mug and the new year might come and go without a smile to Welcome him Ora breaker to his health and pro i Arry a said Browning. Rotting his hands fall and sitting upright while a Light shot from his eyes that made his gloomy face look Darker a a i know Harry that you have a right to complain when Yon see Nee thus. A twas not my Way. You spoke truly Whon you said i was Siek at heart. You Are the father of a family a a not i George not ii the Yoang Bird that escaped the snare made tempting by Dainty seeds will not be caught in o d ago by chaff. Bat what of it for you were going to say something More a. Browning seemed puzzled at tho negative for upon an anticipated affirmation he intended enforcing his following remarks. How a i i he pm Tirend a . It it or a with tho incomprehensible being before him. Then he asked himself Arhat mystery is to be unfolded to the to Morrow ? and then it occurred to his that theman was insane. He stopped hesitating whether to follow but tho voice of his Comrade bidding him to come on reassured him. Was there any thing in the mention of his daughter which cop id to five ? the memo to Sonje Otred the More he became bewildered with the a Venus of the evening. By this time they had Roach de a Stile Over which Lay their path to tho House. As they turned Iron the Highway Saunders rein Alfed a a a we a re late Browning. They must All be armed for there Are no lamps Browning replied most bitterly a a nay i think not to shall find them All up Fop to sleep but Little a Home. A tis not very pleasant there now not As pleasant As it used to be the Light in the window has been darkened Quot and tho Fife on the Hearth extinguished. But Homo on a tis All i have now you. Can have no More of mine than i can give for belief what has befallen you ? i will not intrude upon your misery i will go no father till this mystery is a but you shall thereupon Browning Laid hold of the Collar of Saunders and dragged him along till finding his exertions unnecessary he desisted. As they Drew near the House in a path hollowed out of the not deep Snow which had fallen that season tho Large Man caught sight of Homo foot prints leading from tho Fields to the door. He examined them attentively until satisfied of their direction out a a a pen thousand devils 1 has she come Back again Well l Oan show her the wide world once More. Hers it shall be by is ven a a he reached the around stood a moment As if gathering up All the energies and raised his clenched he he to the stars. Then lifting tho Latch he pushed Saunders in and shut the door with such Force that the windows . A wife whore is Sho a he a maimed. A feeble Voito responded a a who a answered he in awl a a had Hun der a a she that disgraced an fid rest ii Man and his family. Tell me. A hero yen Gydh hidden her that i May thrust her Forth on tho a a a a a nay headband. She has gone a a a twill not do wife. Her footsteps Lead in hut there Are a one going a k c poor girl she went out the Hack door. I dared not ask her to stay for your anger. Poor poor girl 1�?� _ Browning then went out to ascertain the truth of what his wife said leaving Saunders standing by the door he haying entered unnoticed by. Mrs. Browning remained there surveying the apartment., it Yas an old fashioned House with a Large fire pee a one of those Largo old Fash shed which our forefathers loved and which went out of fashion and the modern Stone a Large old fashioned fireside round which scattered household bands might gather on postal Days and Roneil to boil love to one another and their Trust in heaven. But of 1 How desolate tho one Saunders beheld in the huge andirons a half consumed look of Wood Lay sighing and sputtering Over a Levy smouldering coals occasionally breaking into a momentary Blaze to Illume the scene. On one Side Lay a Largo overgrown boy resting uneasily upon one army asleep on. The other a girl Hie Junior Lay with her head against the Jamb her face concealed by Long tangled looks in a. Grasping and fretful sinn it Berj. As if she had cried herself to rest near her a Small boy was playing with some wet chips throwing Thorn occasionally into ashes in a peevish manner which denoted that his diversions was More a matter of necessity than of inclination directly in front with her Back to the door sat Bro Yin Gas wife in a shawl and Cap. Bending Over Quot the Little warmth endeavouring to still the meanings of a babe which the Entrance of the men had awakened. These with one exception composed the family. The of the flames at intervals disclosed pendent. Ficon it the joists hams dried pumpkins Crook Neeks and the usual comforts of Rural life besides some Hunters trappings and a Long Rifle kept clean and Bright As tho Glisten of its mourning testified. In. One Corner was tho curtained recess where tho parents slept close by which in the Nook made by tho fire place was the old dutch clock with its big White face and its everlasting solemn tick tack Thero was an old rocking chair which the wife tenanted a few split Bottom chairs a table and looking Glass stuck about Frith letters and school tickets and adorned with some dried sprigs of asparagus close by was a shelf on which Lay tho family Bible a psalm Book and few school books composing the Library. All these perhaps Saunders did not notice though by the fitful Blaze they might have been revealed to a careful observer. He stood wondering and perplexed till Browning returned and said in a deep voice a a you have told the truth wife but hereafter let her not so much As step a Rpss my threshold. The world is wide enough for us All. What said she a a Little a very very Little husband she said it was growing old and she knew not where to go. And of 1 so Palo Sho looked so Pale and pitiful As if her Hoart was bursting with some great sorrow and a greater secret that her lurid Jip Durst not utter 0 husband husband 1 we do Hor wrong. She Nover yet told us a lie. I do Beli ovo Sho is really a then Why does Sho not Namo her husband ? perhaps Sho deems herself married but tho world dislikes those matches that end with satiety those Leyes that instead of Boink of cemented by offspring Are thrown Down and _ a Oil a Day husband i know it All but it is so Eruol so cruel and with her babe 1 of 1 if to wrong Hor to do a double a a we do her no wrong. Tis she Lias wronged us by Disho Noring an honest family. Shall we keep tho shame Here to rankle and fester in our household a a a but Sho will die in this a a Dio 1 would to god she had died in her blessed infancy shrouded in her spotless in Nocente. Then would our Angel child have been a Radiano in the spirit land lighting and inspiring is through the darkness of this Bittor world. But now o heaven 1 Well Woll 1- lot Hor beg 1�?� there was. Piloneo for a monent and the slump orders awakened by the conversation had slowly roused themselves from the stupidity consequent a pon broken sleep. The girl brushed Back her hair and approaching Ier father who stood motionless in the Middle of the room listed a a 0 papal you Havo come Why did no to you come sooner sister Susy has been hero and of she looked so poor and Pale. And Yve Are not 1 i am. Larry i have been an honest Man and worked hard t hoped with my toil and integrity to see my children live Happy grow up Happy and leave me Happy. As one by one they came to me. I Felt my heart expand my sympathies extend and the world grow Broad. Or and brighter Abonit me till a Here the speaker smote the table with his clenched hand till the mugs danced and their contents splashed Puim the table. Then he muttered something in an under tone so deep As to to indistinct and buried his face in his hands again., a a Well a said in under from his Surprise a a a Here a a . Devil is the trouble now a a a go Home a said the Large Man after some hesitation and rising from his seat a go Home with me Aid you shall see. I can to fell you. Come you a shall have the Best which is poor enough you shall eat drink and sleep. As for talking truly i like it As Well As any one and no Man like a Jolly hour better than i but i done to feel in the humor lately. Come what say you a and Well keep the new year Sau tiers silently assented to the proposal by asking for and paying the reckoning. Leaving the Saloon they walked along together without speaking. There had been a slight Sprinkle of now just enough to Whiten the paths and roads where they had her come soiled or icy with use a slight Sprinkle of very Light Snow which took a Imprest Sion from the slightest Thimig and retained it. The sky was flecked with a few White Fleecy Clouds hurried on by some higher current of Iii which did not disturb the Culm below. The full Moon shed Over All its Pale resp Len. Ent beams scarcely affected by the fleeting rack filling the night with a holy Tranquility and. Making every Flake of Snow to Shine Brick a Star. The Village stores were closed most of tie inhabitants had. Retired so that tho silence was the More painful Imp of darkness the. . Disc laced the or old lie Twain a Joe fit a try la i of to re a a Quot Tiolu by Lipold go Fly and Desoo Ruiwu tho inca that conversation. The Only effect was to has a ten the Steps of his Comrade. However this , As die air was becoming every moment colder the Moon Ard stars brighter and the sky dearer. When they had reached the outskirts of the Village the patience of Saunders became exhausted and lie broke out a. A a confound it Browning talk i can to and wont stand this any longer i must Gay something or Hurst. How far is it Toyono House a ,. A Browning thus appealed to replied a a about a half mile. were thousands 1 you can be o it on yonder Hill Hack front the road.�?�. A a Why what Tolje dragon troubles on in an ? have you been unfortunate in business and had the sheriff re Reg Ging on a to Fleifer was no answer and Saunders thinking he had discovered the Evoret of his companions distress continued v cheer up cheer up Man 1 Yon have a Stroug Arm yet and with a Strong heart you can make it All up again. The world owes Yon and your family a living and must its de. Cheer up and look Happy and those about you will look Happy and be Happy. What care you How the world w is if Whon you enter your Home there is the glad smile of your wife to Welcome you Stout and stubbed Hoys to dance about you and to make up the picture some Bright eyed music tongued Angol of the House your daughter1. A a a a thousand devils 1�?� cried Browning turning upon Saunders and seizing him by the Throat a a is it not enough that i am shamed and dishonoured in the face of the world and my Homo become a Channel House that you must Ernie hero to spit upon me in my misery ? i have forbid my wife and children to speak Hor name and shall you a to Here to became sensible of his impetuosity and loosed his hold. His companion surprised at the suddenness of the attack had made no resistance and when tho grasp was relaxed to stood regarding Browning with the air of Ono at a loss whether to be angry Orno. His silence served to kindle the anger of Browning for to Laid his great hand upon Saunders shoulder acid said. A a think but her name again and your friends shall wonder who you Are a a a George Browning a said Saunders laying his hand up m the Arm resting on his shoulder a a what does this mean ? do you think i fear you ? no i was always your bettor in strength and vigor. We have Quot played to Gether As boys worked together As youths we have been As David and Jonathan and to night we have met after Long years of separation drank together and you have asked me your old Comrade to your House. No you will not Lay a rash hand upon me by our old Friendship i swear it you will not you dare not do it a the Large Many a hand fell Down to his Side and he replied a a forgive to Larry but i am not what i used to be. Men say i am half crazy and i am afraid it is so a Thon placing his hand upon , and looking up at the sky he added a a Quot would to heaven i wore quite 1 let us go As Thoy started Saunders inquired How a Reform Noe to his daughter of old so disturb him. To answered a a ask to not speak not a word of her or you will snap these Rusty old heart strings. I of Annot suffer much then with a bitter laugh he muttered a a the secret must out in time and then shall tho Shaft of my vengeance fall -1 Saunders saw fit to press him no farther and they walked on up tho Hill in silence. In the menu time the sky had become cloudless and the cold had increased so that tho Snow Bogan to. Chirrup under their boots. Save that there was naught to break the stillness except tho occasional bark of the watchful dog which served Only to Render it the More so Lenin and impressive what thoughts the hour and the tall dark Figuro of Browning striding along a Little in Advance stirred up in Saunders mind 1 How All the events of their Early association recurred and How he strove to Cannoot Thorn had come Yon lot Hor go out into tho cold Wohlt you a fit a a a the child a Appeal wrought powerfully upon the Parent As stun der could discern by the conclusive Effort of his Lingo Frame As he Over mastered has emotions he put the Little Quot one from him by saying a a done to trouble a join to suddenly recollecting his companions he Drew up a chair by the Hearth bade Sanders be seated tho same time introducing him to his wife. By orders the Joys having replenished the fire and lit a Candle he sent them and tho girl to bed. In a few moments Quot tho room assumed a More sheer fill aspect As the Wood kindled and diffused its Strong Rod Glare throughout tho Humble apartment. The Turco sat around the he att and talked of the Days gone by. Saunders a ran Over the incidents of his life from tho time of their separation up to their meet pig ii the evening in such a joyous and mu8�eal.,, that tho spirits of the husband acid wife began to catch a glow. As he closed lib. Said a a now Brown inns of Pond wig to n a Vul no i Fin ttys Lulf Nice extract from the Van Wyco speech the speech of or. Van Avick chairman of the congressional investigating committee excoriated tho corruption lists speculators speculators traitors and Public Yoh Bers after the most approved and in. The nost Offe Toiyo Man. We have not space to publish the speech entire or even All its Good Points but will find room for a single ext Ruot that out readers May form some idea of its Quality. Two million dollars by the Secretary of the Treasury were placed in tho h ads of a committee of High toned honorable men to be paid out on tho order or requisition of or. Cummings without his producing to them any vouchers. Strange As it May appear while this Money was there to Rospond to his requisition he draws $160,000, and deposits it in his name with his private account in Ono of tie Eniy Banks. Stranger still four he a Bucu in is Frith the avar depart Jent i Iio War department in its generous Confidence seeks no settlement with tho doctor nor an inspection of Rifis vouchers. Such Scro the prominent transactions of euring at a Ticino when a Many a generous instincts should freely Haye offered everything to this . This was the Cloud no larger than a mamas hand which increased and spread until the whole sky has been wrapped in gloom and risen go about the streets wondering where this thing will end. The. Mania for stealing seems to have run through All. The relations of government. Almost from the general to tho drummer boy from those Nen Rost the throne of Power to the merest tide waiter. Nearly every Man who deals with seems to feel or desire ? not Long survive and each Lead a common right to plunder while it lived. Even in the mutter of the Purchase of two sailing vessels two men of now York to the crime of larceny added the Siu , that they might Rob from the Treasury $8,000. A in the Case of the stars and stripes the president of tho now Javon propeller com Quot any after taking front Quot $19j-00 Intro than she Cost took of that ii mount nearly $8 p00 to line his Poe Kots and in excuse to Bis company basely pretended that he hid to bribe an sex member of Congress tii audience to the head of tho Bureau and from that cowardly insinuation on honorable High toned of incl it or of Congress Iii Connecticut had beet subjected to calumny. That president before thu committee test tied that after taking $19,000 in profits from his country to was to anxious to Servo her in this tho hour of Hor extremity that 1 2 appropriated nearly $8000 of his colleagues Money to his private use so he could Deviso some machine to take All the Southern cities and no one get Hurt. Quot colonels entrusted with the Power of raising Regimo its Oil Ding with contractors Bor to Rizig a Way and dividing Oon Totora for her and so we shall be Square on the score of Browning consenting proceeded with a Story of Humble Village Domestic life marriage toil tho of a Little property Cli Ildron and then continued a a up to this time live happily and contented and Susan my oldest daughter of whom you have heard us talk to night grew to be very Beautiful Good and trusting. Sho was., ill was cheerful. Satin der a Sho was my sum Shine through the clog uding Caros of this world always merry and every Ono loved her. The Village youth the Rich As Woll As poor sought her so Bioty and strove for her smile ahev.9 Liat of All the other Maidens. She was my Pride fir Darling but i was not ambitious of her and Only pictured for her a Happy Union with some honest and worthy Man but while this join simple picture was fresh upon my fancy a Young inn of wealthy parents dissolute habits to came very attentive to Susan i gtd is i have since discovered had Iee ii so for. Some Timo Quot previous to my knowledge and against the Oom Niani a of his parents. From his character i thought and it correctly too his visits boded me and mine no Good so i forbade him my House a d my daughter his presence. Stolon interviews took Placo Between them and i was obliged to keep close watch upon her. All at once to my great Joy he disappeared from a or midst. A twas tho spoiler leaving his prey so she fell. Of had the stars fallen and Quot buried myself and her in eternal darkness and despair i had been Happy to what i am now 1�?� Here to stopped and shuddered with the intensity of his feelings. The silence was by Rok ii Only by the sobs of his wife. ,., Saunders looking into the fire which roared up the Quot huge Chimney and brushed away a team in is Poai Tim novel and painful and Hirose and went to the the Whito Snow cil Grinj him aos Olate of the i w j r a a 1 c death it Quot typified glistening under the Quot Dols yes and other , to enrich Persona a i 1 v a a a a my its Iii in inns Init , Ann ii Imam inn his propositions for powder to or. Weed who took them to or. Cameron. The result was that or. Weed was authorized to write a let ter to 3en. Riply tho head of the ordnance department to Divide the contracts for powder Between the states manufacturing. It is somewhat strange that the Secretary should appoint or. Weed As ins messenger to carry i i wishes to the different bureaus,./mr, Smith understood that hews to or. Weed five per cent. A for. Laflin also testified that his pow Dof firn demurred to paying or. Wood have por cent that or. Weed gave them authority to Mako 1000 barrels of powder hut Thoy preferred having tho authority directly from . He also testifies that tho Patriot Dwyer who figured in the cattle contract in May or Juno at Washington told him if to would give five por cent he would Bell All tho powder he could Nebo but Laflin do lined. Favourites obtain contracts when frequently Thoy have not the pecuniary resources to fulfil them and not manufacturers of the articles months a Gram a not a Jea Jiae Ludu Faem. A i 0/7? Home. Cards the of i i wish you i at any rate. Ending Moon Palo As a Mou Roor Over the pall surrounded by the sympathizing stars their eyes glimmering upon her As it Vry to through tears. And As he Steed Tolj cry re regarding the scene and listening to Tkv moaning Njo Thor he caught sight of those Small foot prints leading from the Fields and he thought a a 1 what misery had Home with them a broken heart Brokon Hopes shape. Gorgon and then he saw in the distance a. White Figuro bending beneath a Burden struggling slowly and wearily through the Snow. As it Drew near tho Fea of woman of death Liko Beauty Wero revealed and he knew by the manner she pressed the Burden to her heart that it was a child she bore. She approached so near that her Blue lips wore visible and stood looking longingly toward the House. Suddenly Hen dark eyes fell Ripon him glaring intensely but imploringly. Tho Ghast Liness of the vision and the vividness of tho Appari Tion riveted him to the spot. Sho beckoned to hip with a wild gesture. To thought Sho spoke. Of was the voice of Browning dispelling the illusion. He on Llod to a Saunders to be so need who Grafl to find it a matter of fancy complied. Quot Quot concluded next week. A singular incident. Tho Lynchburg a tho following incident Romr Pablo alike for its singularity As Well As for tho melancholy fulfilment to the brother of one of the parties named. A a just before the War broke out and before Lincoln a proclamation was issued a Yozing virginian named Summerfield was visiting new York whore he made the acquaintance of two misses iioii�e8, of but Eljury Vermont info Bec Anjo somewhat intimate with the Young ladies and the Intercourse to Enid to be mutually agreeable. Tie proclamation was issued and tho whole North thrown inti ablaze of excite Mont. On visiting tho ladies Oue evening at the hour of parting they remarked to Summerfield that Ali or pros ont meeting Yould probably to tho last Thoy must hurry Home to Aid in making up Trio overcoats and clothing for the volunteers from their town. Shirae Flold expressed his regret that they must leave but at the Samo time especially requested them to Soe that the overcoats Wero Well made As it was Liis intention if he Over Mot the Vermont regiment in Battle to kill one of them and Tako his coat. A a now for the sequel. Virginia Sacco Dodo the second Vermont regiment a portion of which was from the town of Kvut Rhury was sent to Virginia. Tho Battlo was fought in which Thoy Wero Ong Agod and so was Summerfield. During the Battle Summerfield marked his Man not knowing to what state to belonged the fatal Hall was sped on its Orrand of death tho victim fell at the Flash Quot of tho gun Aud upon Rushing up to secure the dead Many a arms Summerfield observed that he had a Fine new overcoat strapped a to his Bank which he determined to appropriate to his own use. The Light wag Over and Summerfield had Timo to examine his prize when remarkable As it May appear tho coat was marked with tho Narvo of Thomas holmo3, and in the pockets were found lot ters signed with the names of the Sisters whom Summerfield had known in now York and to whom a had made the romark to have jutted in which the Quot dead Man was addressed is brother. A the evident of Vas conclusive he had killed the brother of l is friends and the remark which Holiad Mado in jest Molan holy fulfilment Jve this narrative is literally Trio. now wars tho coat and our informant states is not a Little impressed with tho singularity of tho or a shoo Ankor has Ono great and Van Tago Over most kinds of Mecl Iames Liis goods whenever finished Are always sol e a guilds Are great safeguards had such a time of crying Mamma and the y r boys and i and tho baby too and Susy and i guards that Aro Safo enough from fit Liti a her baby too All of a us. Quot a a orites purchasing articles and compelling false invoices to be Given. In Lille it is no justification tho example has Boen Sot in the very departments of government. As a gooral thing Only favourites can no Tail eos treats which boar enormous profit. They Yio Lato the Plain proposals on tho Falso and shallow pretext that the Public exigency requires it. Should this last As Long As Thoft Jop onesian War tho same excuse would to used. Tho department which has allowed conspiracies after tho bidding has been olo Sod to defraud of Trio lowest bid and by allowing the guilty to reap the fruits of their crime has itself Berume Pur tips Ivhon pretends any Public cd Goncy for giving out by private contract without bids Over one million muskets at fabulous prices a. Who pretends a Public exigency to quake a private Ceu tract for rifling Cannon to the amount of $800,090?. Kentucky is proverbial for her splendid horses. Her Loyal citizens would Havo Boon Bon of ted by sales to Trio government. Who will pretend that the Public exigency required that when cavalry Logi ments were to to forwarded from the Stato of Pennsylvania to Trio land of a the dark and. Bloody it was necessary to. Transport at Grout expense the remaining disabled diseased i Foges left in tho Keystone state my. Colleague on the Tom Mitton or. Dawes a few Days since spoke of the Paoo offering to Pennsylvania politicians and ref Rod to the horses of colonel Wishia ipsa Regii Rient. A a a. There is yet another Caso. A contract not made upon the responsibility of tho Bureau Astl a late Secretary said but by his order and refused to be made until so ordered. I refer to the contract to Purchase Ono thousand horses to to delivered at Huntingdon Pennsylvania. Such a horse Market tho world Nover saw. Tho first inspector an honest Many of Trio first Hundred rejected Turco in live tho next Day owners Romusod to present themselves arid by some legerdemain to was removed and others substituted then horses of All Ages from two to thirty of All diseases and def on secret and open wore from Day to Day ree Vivod. Tho whole neighbourhood Wero in arms. Tho people lawyers and clergymen were present at the inspection and sought to deter tho Bucca Neering Crow by open condemnation the inspectors heeded not this clamor but ordered the horses to be Ridden upon tie crowd to drive them away if possible. A Flores with re Ming sores which were seen by tho inspectors and branded and if one outraged common decency be would be rejected and an Opportunity sought the Samo Day to pass and Brand him. Immediately tho horses were i Bistod by private contract to favourites at thirty nine cents por Day and they sub let to banners from Twenty four to Twenty six. Over four Hundred of these horses wore sent with colonel Wynkoop a regiment and tho papers at Pittsburg report some aet ally so worthless Thoy wore left on Trio docks. The remaining five Hundred were loft at Huntingdon for tho to Nofito tho contractors. A in that single transaction Over fifty thousand dollars Scro stolen from tho such Fields in human shape care not for exposure a felons doom through life should to theirs and the labors of your committee will to of Little prot incl value unit so Congress shall by love punish with severe Ponall les such enormities. At one Timo it woj ild seen Thero was an intention to a Stablish a Hugo font rate by Okor ago system. The testimony of or. John Mith of Kingston n. Y., powder manufacturer shows Tomt in tho month of my to proposed to give or. Weed a por sent age for a Howdor contract. That to wont to the j Ator Touse Mot or. Davidson whom to had never soon before inquired of him for or. Thor Low Weed. During the conversation he asked Wlms or. Smith wanted of or. Weed on being told to inquired of or. Smith what to could afford to to replied five per cent or. Smith also says that or. Word asked him what to could afford to . That afterwards at Washington to handed or tho retired of member of Congress who has a Large contract which Roqu Iros Ucli machinery and great Riisoe Danical ingenuity. Evidently takes it As a speculation takes it to enrich himself or extort from the Poe Kots of honest Industry takes it to sub let to skillful manufacturers at reduced prices. Tie de part molts which give contracts to men know ing they . Not in and of tho solves tho facilities for executing Thorn Are reprehensible and deserve severe censure. What excuse is Thore for an honest department to pension this gang of Middle non. All the ill gotten gains found in their pockets is so Milf in stolen from the Treasury. A even in Trio Treasury departments pure and upright As i Bolive the Secretary to be what business Man could justify or Olio in his own transactions would allow that a contract of Over half a million expenditure should be competed for by Only two firms who would Combine and unite it is no answer to say that tho work is done As cheaply As before the spirit of the Faw has been violated and Trio millionaire Enri Ehod besides the products of All departments of lab rare cheapened by the stagnation of business. In this matter of the Bank note contract As in some others underlings control the affairs of the department Thoy say who shall approach within tho charmed Pirelo they say whose papers shall be put on file and whose shall to. Gladdened by the eyes of the Secretary.,. Tho soldiers who borne Down by dispose and overcome with fatigue is found sloping at his Post you punish with death Ylinie Trio miscreant who holds his festival at this carnival of blood rides in his Carriage drinks Champ Togno and do to nos with Cabinet minis Tirb Yon treat with deferential respect. Do you say government cannot banish treason and punish crime on the 4th of Dittly i860, a Occoquan "va., or. Under word r Assefi q Polp unfurled tho american Flag and a Banner with the names of Lincoln and in flirt. Jackson Alvo Slayer of Ellsworth with about forty men omit it Down Tore up the stars and stripes and carried the Banner As a trophy. Oue of the ring d5bb<3 and bibs. 8�r punch says that Rarey tho horse to Pief is a a the philosopher of tho stable mind.�?�. When your lady love sends you to Quot you May go farther and fare worse. Of Quot the Ocean of love is not always a Pacific Ocean. B/7�?o the average deaths of soldiers in tho Hospital at st. Louis Missouri i sir a weekly a terrible mortality for the Small army log a a you seem to walk More erect than usual my friend.�?�. A a yes i have been lately straightened by a a great preparations Are going Forward. For making Maple sugar this Spring in the United bc7�?� what is the difference Between a Sailor. And a Soldier ? one tars his ropes the other pitches his tent. Quot it to re Gary to late suppers cause at effect May be st Tod in a Bingle War do Atten a a ted at ten you ate it a. 0�?oa Yankee Drotor has got no a remedy a for hard Timos. It consists of ten hour3 labor Well worked in.,. Tto Liat Cohan to May to expected to out Liyo Sill others the Boot and shoe make re for to is everlasting a fyn lady Yarmouth asked Garrao one Day Why Lovo was always represented As a child he replied a because love never reaches the age of Wisdom and a fit a dealer in ready made Linen advertises his shirts and chem settes under the mellifluous Appel Latsiou of a a Malo and female 1 Quot -. A a Brov no says May. Learn Oija useful doctrine game of s. Backgammon which is not to take up her Man till she a a shr of a. It c5�?o�?o Pooh 1 Quot Pooh said n wife to her exp Piring husband As he strove to utter q few words 9 done to Stop to talk bit go on Quot with your a Quot Jya married monster said that he lately dream that to had an Angel by his Side and a upon waking lip found it was nobody hut Bis wife.c7�?� a a does the razor take hold Well a in Quimod a Darkey who was shaving a gentle Iran from the Sqq try a a Yea a replied the tears in his Oyes a it takes hold first rate hfl1 done to lot go Worth a cent.�?�, the horse a a warranted to stand without tying a which a Man bought at auction tho other Day is offered for Sale by the put Chaser with the additional guaranty that a Cha will not move without spa lady at her marriage requested the give out to by Eung by tho a Ioir Quot the hymn commencing a a a a a a this is to Jay i Long Havo sought. And mourned Beau so i found it a leaders of that mob is this Day in tho employ up miss. Do a says that tho first time a of in this City. I Young Man squeezed her dress she Felt few if the Labouring men who testify Nga Fost offi-1 she was in the land who in rainbows came vials Are removed while the or fetch to vhf has i from. How poetic a Litlo hugging makes been robbing is worthy a hotter Placo. Is it possible that this monstrous system of wrong extending fran tho Atlantic to the Mississippi from tho Potomac to the lakes cannot be slipped or even Ohe eked if that he so bettor disband our armies and let tho oligarchs of the South run of and reign Oyer us. A has been in session for months government officials must he aware of its Power of examination still at of this session inspector s Quot we re colluding with contractors superintendents rejoicing in the title of captains Wero soiling government horses to private citizens taking diseased and worthless horses from tho commons branding them in the Sonvico of Trio United states a they might receive full for tho same City butchers buying meat from. A supplies. Quot. Your government retains in this Cape Tol in seats of Honor and profit and. Around our Council boards Njeri Whoso hearts Are filled with treason and a kinds with rebellion. Your departments a to disinclined to hear charges of treason or corruption they would Rathor ostracism those who furnish Trio truth than Remore the treasonable and guilty offenders. I am not harsh i Only speak what standing in the mighty and August presence of stirring times contemplating a bleeding suffering country i fool it my duty. I have a right thus to speak in terms of warning and Ndreu Anition to an administration which i aided to elect to Whoso principles i am committed by which we must past through the red sea of tribulation arid must he carried safely through the wilderness beyond. But i have a right to ask and beseech in the name of a coi Morco crippled labor paralysed fijian cos disturbed and the Treasury empty in tho Namo of that Gallant army of 500,000, which this Day on the tented Field Are waiting to Rescue a country loved through Tiro and blood to Lay Down and Dio that a nation May live in the name of 500,000 Hearthstone made dreary by the loved ones awl a a. Of tho vacant chairs around the opening fires of tho thrice 500,000 friends anxiously looking fearfully trembling by hoping that this administration shall remove treason from the Capitol and corruption from tho land. Five Hundred thousand Moil no against tho rebels but Twenty millions Aro in i Rae of j am arms against tho Orew of plundering leeches a wn3 that Twenty millions will be in arms it inst 1,7., us and this administration unless their polluting presence is i Larivon As Trio Money changers of old from tho Templo. People. , Zyhar does you live now he a a Quot i door in to live no wars now i Gib up residing trog vye oks ago and moved Tiff on need unto do Quot a a an irishman a i Vili and bequeath my beloved wife Bridget Glt Niy or cup erty without Reserve and to Iny eldest Sooj Patrick Ono half the remainder and to Ben his my youngest son the rest. If anything is loft it May go to Donnie mccarty.�?�. Of an Irish postbox having driven Agen a to a Ilian with an enormously Largo Mouth called on a dentist to get a toot i drawn. After the dentist had prepared his instruments and was about to Ooms Renoo operations the Man of Mouth began to Strain and stretch his Mouth till to gut it to a most frightful extent. A stay Sil Quot said tho dentist done to trouble yourself to stretch your Mouth any Wildor for intend to stand on tho outside of it to draw your tooth. _ e7�?� Mon of Talent Are often tho captives of Beautiful fools. But Thoro is one Consolation a Thoy do not Long remain captives or Thoy soon cease to be Mon of Talent. Cd a Young lady at Niagara was Hoard to exclaim. A a what an elegant trimming that Rainbow would Mako for a White Iaco of a a done to you mean to marry my dear sir a a no nay dear widow id Rathor Loso All tho ribs in be got than Tako being very wot but phase your Honor in a vory dry a a.j0� a Man was waked in the night and told that his wife a Lead. He turned Over Drew Trio Coverlet closer pulled Down his night map and mattered As he went to sleep again. A nah How or Ioyel i shall be in the a morning 1�?� a a a a reminding Bim of Riis negro boy was Del Wirig a mule when tho Amman suddenly stopped arid refused to a a won to go on a said to Liq boy a a Foel grand do you ? i suppose you forgot your father was a a a a is Gra Sailor being asked How lie liked tis Bride is reported to Havo remarked a a Why see i took her to to Only half of me As tho Parson says but dash Rue if Slie Isno to twice As much As i. In a Only q Taft by Ion a a tartar.�?�,. Quo Cotta butchers boy carrying q tray on his shoulder acc Dently struck it against a lady a head and Dis composed her wig. 1 the Deuce Tako tho tray a cried in a passion. A a Madam said tho lad gravely a a the Deuce cannot Tako the a. A a Why done to you wheel that Barro of coals Ned a said a Learned Miner to Ono of his Sonsa a it is not a vory hard Job Thero is Quot an inclined piano to Reli oyo Quot a in re Ali Odd cd who had More relish for wit than work a a tho piano May be inclined but hang a asked out a course whether he had Boen Chi urged by tho presiding judge. A a Well Squire a said flex a the Little fellow that sits up Iii the pulpit and Kinder Bosses it Over the crowd Gin us a talk but i done to know Wethor to charges anything or a Jjo by a a i say Pote John riots swords a a bold shed in do army a a nov course Dey Isnit snowball what makes you a sigh a Supid. Question you ignorant Nigga a a a a of nuff in Only i Jice red do Oder Voydat Turcq Tousand sogers was going to take do Field wid Sickles. Quot. C/7&Quot a a my lad a a said a traveler to a but la of boy whom Lio met clothed in pants and Small jacket but without a void necessary article of apparel a my lad we Orris your shirt a. A a Jam my a washing a a a have you no other a a a no the Robin in sur-1 prise a a would you want q boy to have a thousand shirts a a. Of a a daddy a said a hopeful Urchin Tahi paternal Relativo a a Why done tour schoolmaster solid tho editor of tho newspaper an to Point of the Licking he gives tho boys a a of a gone or advertises in tho following a i done to know my son replied the fond manner a Lamand Coars smoke due smoke i t Parent a but Why do you ask such toques sold by a. S. Dewey.�?�. A a ution a a Why this paper says that or by i has tanned three thousand hides a a his stub a Young ladies pro Liko arrows they Are Lish mint during tho Pust Yeti old Fyk no for All in a quiver till the beaux Como and can to that old Grimes has tanned our hides Ipong a go off without Thorn. Twice that Many a a Quot a

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