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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - March 13, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaIt our country mat it always be rights but right or wrong our yol. 48.carlisle, pa., thursday March 13, 8<e no. 40. V Iii loan . Published every thursday morning by John ii. Brattos. Terms. Dollar and fifty cents paid in Advance two a Quot Llars if paid Witlin tho year and two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within tho year. To la Oso terms will be rigidly adhered to in every instance. No subscription discontinued in tit All arrearage Are paid unless at tho option of tho editor. A. Advertisements accompanied by the can and not exceeding one Square will to inserted Throe times for Ono Dollar and Twenty five cents for Cash additional insertion. Those of a greater. Length in proportion. Job printing Stich r3 Tannd Bills posting Biuso pain plots Blanks. Laliots amp a. Ac., Oxe outed with in Gurncy find it Trio shortest notice. Ortiz al. Loss and Adelaide a. Proctor Thon lift3t Dono Well to Lindel an Ltd say since to who gave can take away Anil bid me suffer i Oboy. And also Volt to Tell thy heart. That Good lies in tho part and thou Wilt profit by her smart slut bitter Lini irs Corae to All. When even truths like these will pall. Sick Charta for humbler comforts Call. Then i would have thee strive to so. That Good and Ovil come to thee As one of a great family. A. A a and As material life a planned ,. That even tho loneliest Ono must Dent on his brother a hand. A. So links More Subtle and More Fine. Bind ovary other soul to thine a a. In one Groat brotherhood Divino a nor with thy share of work to vexed j though incomplete and o on porn lot it fits of aptly to tho next. What seems so dark to thy dim sight May to a Sli Udow. Soon aright ,.making doubly Bright a tic Alacli that struck thy tree no More. Thoos lot heavens Blue floor. Shine where it Trovor shone before. 1. Thy life. Tonj has been dropped aside into times Stream May stir tho Tido. A in rippled circles spreading Wido. A thy cry. Wrung from spirits pain. A May Echo on some far olt Plain a and guide a wanderer Homo again.,. Pail yet rejoice. Because no les the ii Cluro that a tics thy distress. A. May no Thor c by it May he that in some great need v a the life a Phr fragments Aro do of Rocol. To hip build , lofty dood. / it. Thy heart might la Iron in. ,.thus knowing that it was but meant. A chord in o 10 great instrument that Evon tho discord in May my to comp motor music Roll ,. Prom out tho great harmonious May be that when All is Light. A deep set within that deep Delight. A will be to know in All was right j. To hear Lifors perfect music Risea. And while it floods Trio Happy skies thy Fec Blo voice to recognize. Thon More glad la to fulfil ,. The Little part., this darkness still is Light to every . And Trust As if already Plain How just thy Shiro of loss find pain a is for another dare not limit Timo or place touched by thy life nor dare i track its far vibrations into space. One Only knows. Yet if tho fret of thy weak heart in weak regret needs a Moro tender Comfort yet a then thou Mavy st take thy loneliest fears a tho bitterest drops of All thy tears. Tho Deariest hours of All thy years. And. Through thy anguish there outspread May ask that gods great love would shed blessings on Ono beloved head. And Tylius thy soul shall learn to draw. Sweetness from out that Loving Law that sets to failure and no flaw a where All is Good. And life is Good. A wore tho one lesson understood. A of its most snored replied without relaxing you Are Rush Corgo. Would you add murder to your misery a the stranger a Young Man. Then came up and after a Little struggle wrested the gun from Browning saying a a what does All this mean and what this reception ? explain yourself or. Browning while i keep this weapon As a. Pledge of my a a explain 1 Milnw dare you Cross my threshold ? have you come to gloat the ruin you have wrought ? the Snake that Btung me in my heart of heart comps to Hach to Coil add Hiss around his victim ? Hal a Hablit you have missed it. Look in. The highways and Hedges for her. Go 1 the world is wide enough for us both and How fire hereafter How you Cross my path in a a emr. Browning a said the Youing Man whose name was Frederick Carson a a a do not comprehend All this. Of whom or what do you speak i have come Here after a Long absence to see your daughter Susan. Is she Here a a. Of Here 1 ask Trio winds where she is a ask the Ravens that feed her. Ash tit 1 you a Royal Bird of prey stooping to such garbage a a half Lilleous. Foot err no st nth a Esnow a new years Story. A Etc Harles a. Hunger. Concluded Browning then continued a. A the rest you May have gathered. She refused to name the author of her disgrace nor could threats or entreaties for or induce her. She claimed she was a wife hut said she had to declare her husband. A of Bhe was the True woman in her suffering my own Sweet daughter Susy spoiled and dishonoured As Sho was and my fathers heart was wrung and strained to tho utmost. I told her of it she saw it and knew it. But to All my prayers she turned a deaf ear. So when her strength had been perfectly restored and a twas but this afternoon i led her to tho door and showed Hor the wide wide world. Heaven has delt sorely with me and my wife Harry but i will not fall to hero a Knock lit the do a startled the inmates. A a a tis Sho a said Browning in a whisper and Saunders shuddered As he thought of the Figuro he Hail beheld Hookon ing to him. There was no answer to the summons. In a moment a hand tried the door. It opened. None of them looked around As a Man olo Soly muffled up entered. The newcomer a his Over shoes made no noise As he entered and they All thought it was tho poor forsaken girl. A a a Good evening la a said a deep toned musical voice Good god i wlm it zoos All tins Sig imy ? Susan is my wife a a a a thank heaven a shrieked mrs. Browning staggering Forward. A thank heaven for that Fred Carson. I knew she could not lie i knew we wronged her a a and Here i am come to make her publicly my wife and to keep the Happy new year and you. Tell be Sho has gone in Shapipo and Dishonour. Has Bhe become a Mother and concealed our marriage or has she told you and you have not believed ? alas to must All suffer enough without suffering innocently 1�?�a a you say she is Yoiiro wife a said Browning a what evidence is there save her offspring a. A. A my own Vowel. If you need More the certificate and a a May heaven forgive me for the wrong i have done her in said the father with a Olio cd utterance a a hut she persisted in naming no one and turned away from All .entreaties�?T.�?�. A a a a twas my said Carson a a a twas mine. A Fow Days before i left for the South we were privately married t for i feared my parents and she feared you. We promised never to name Oach other As husband and wife till we meet again until i might claim her without fear arid she me without reproach. And hero 1 am now , Noble Giris Tell to where she is old Man. I demand her at your _ i am a bruised Reed now Fred. Demand Hor of tho there was i pause and Saunders who had let go of the subdued Browning saw again in his mind that same Day wild1 Phanton beckoning Tri him Over the glittering snot through the keen Moori Heams. A., a a c i App. Not Tell mow hero i May find her where did she go from Here a. Mrs. Browning replied a a she Liris been Here a to night. So cold and pm by and pitiful with Lief Sweet baby but Daro not stay for her fathers if she has died this cold right to Are her murderers a a a heaven and Earth a exclaimed Carson a a can yer no. Guest whither she has gone a a no a said tho Mother a she wont out the Back door through the Fields. Her heart was breaking a. A a let us search for her a said Browning a and living her Back and risk her forgiveness through she has not been filial she has been Loyal and i have done Hor a grievous wrong. Let us go Back about it this moment. We shall doubtless find her at some if the neighbors. Let us disperse at the Forks of the Road and inquire at the House Tiff a find Quot a. A a Yos i shall Little deserve her love a a said Carson a a Little requite her faithfulness if i waited till i morning gome on my friends we Ahall celebrate the Happy new. Year were about departing through tho front door when Saunders again saw in his mind that weird phantom beckoning to him through the Moon Light Over the Snow. He checked them saying a a there is something which tolls me we shall find her in no House to night. She wont Forth to my idea in desperation and if we do not follow hard her. Something terrible will Bofil. Thoro has been rashness on All ,. A a sir a said Carson a a it is too into to Blamo now. Had we dared to correspond or had not sickness detained to this had been Avert of. She has too faithful to our secret. But How shall to follow her except from neighbor to neighbor a a a by her not prints in the Snow we can Trace them by the a you Are right Saunders you Are right. Through the Fields then. Gome Only said Browning. So saying he turned to the Back door followed by tho Othor two. They could distinguish with ease Hor foot prints in the Light Snow. It was a Small delicate foot that had Grino that unusual Way and by tho unequal distances Between the prints they saw that it bad borne a weary they saw too where at Short intervals she must with a breaking heart have turned and stood looking at tho Home she was leaving. No red Man of the Forest could have watched More narrowly or judged More correctly of those tracks than the father and husband and a groan escaped them As Ono after another the evidences of the wanderers agony were a revealed to them. They they kept on saying nothing for a dreadful suspense began to Harrow up and chill their spirits. Thoy kept on in silence. The keen air smote their Cheeky tho Snow chirp used under their feet and Over them rolled on the descending Moon. Lot them make haste for tho Palo orb will not much longer pour her Light for them and. If Susy poor Swoot and faithful Susy has sunk in her tho Torriblio Frost King will Lay in his icy hand Hor heart and still its heating for Ever or if desperation has seized her a single moment nay a second May lose her to them and Homo and ii Ayen a let Thon Speed and to be wary lest they miss those foot prints in Otbo Snow. But what is it Saunders soes ? Ottiero a a a Broad River yonder and through the Centre of the a shrouding ice to Oan see tho glitter of tho dashing Waters Aid those stops he can see them faltering Down the slope straight Onward to the str Oara. And had Beciri too great for concealment. Along the Degris of the ice for the Width of from Fohr to six feet the water had overflowed in a very thin Sheet suns to Molt tho Little Snow of the even info and Frozen again leaving a Long Border of Pearl like Glare. There they beheld tho Foo stops terminate. The dreadful truth fell Ali or iinds As an Avn Lencho the plunge tho shriek tho splash of the closing Stream the rising of the White face twice to the surface the final Dis appearance Rind the death gurgle the subsidence of the Waves All these passed before them. Of 1 the agony of that husband. Of 1 the depth of that fathers despair. Of what a scene As they the vanishing foot Steps with clasped hands As they stood there i the ice by the glittering Waters in that Winter night under the descending Moon. This was the new tears eve would the new years Day be More cheerful to those two men would their Hopes and Joys kindle with its rising beam ? would their Faith and charities Pluvio their soil and wearied w Ings and spar away to newer and nobler flights with its full or Bod splendor alas alas 1. A Annec Tang the is Feiter Ivas too _ for Saunders and he walked Down tho River leaving the two standing there. Lie however kept a look out them As Well As the Stream to notice any traces of the suicides death struggle which might be visible. To had proceeded but a Short distance when he again Jise overed that same Small foot Atrip leading from the water with the current and the. Shore. Like an Arrow he sped to his companions shouting t a a the Tsarik 1 the track i have four id it again. I she is not drowned 1 the track a this Way this Way Coli be a a a a a tho. Twin started up of Hope flashed Over their pallid countenances like lightning. They , crying a a thank god we shall find to shall save her yet a they arrived at the place where the foot pairits Como but from the Glare of ice arid knew them and followed Thein. For a Short distance the tracks diverged to the Shore and then they turned and led to. The writer again what lipid Sho repented of her last resolve and indeed sought Refuge irom her woes in the cold arid glittering element no she bad but hesitated there for a Short while. In a Little ways the die option of her path changed to tho Shore. But what if in that bitter night instead of drowning she had Frozen 1 How the Torriblio alternative of traded itself their minds for if she had sunk her Fato was already sealed. _. And now the Moon was. Dipping behind tho Western Hills and Thoy would lose the foot prints Cro Long. They hurried on shouting her name. She had. Taken her Way to a Long line of Hesnut arid Orik that sired the High Bank of tho River. They reached the Shore and tracked her along under Trio shelving Banks and Thoro As the rim of the Moon Treigi bled a moment ii the horizon Era it disappeared beneath tho tangled roots of a Shiigo Oak arid Bushes whore the Snow had. No t penetrated they discovered Hor. A cry of Joy issued trom the lips o the three hut she heard it not for that fearful stupor and warmth consequent intense cold was creeping Over Hor. A Little later and they had found her a stiffened Corpse yes there she sat on that cold Winter night pressing Hor child to her breast. A of deep enchanting and abiding another Lovo what tho keen air to Hor but that she might sleepy under the tree by the River that you had come Bank that our parents had sanctioned. Our Union and that to Tver living happily together. Twas a wild strange dream for me for one so despair big. Fathor had cast me off and i had begun to mistrust you. Forgive me Fred but my brain was Little turned in a heaven be praised dear Sustrin tho dream shall soon Provo True. I a Houll have been Home two months since but i Havo been sick very Siok even to the Point of death. I dared not to inform you of it. It has wrought a change. I shall la rid a better life hereafter and to will live together Joyful and contented in of Haritov with we not a i. What More to lib Qadi in. Tho if Avyay Homo it matters not. A la so we i Happy Happy walk. Now Saunders sensible of the gig at responsibility resting him Glor Icilin his journey stepping along so Marc Fullis that he did not Oneo awaken the sleeping Iris mrs. Drowning when the Meh a Eft for the search Laid her Babo tiie be i and stood in the door watching their re Torii eng figures. When they had disappeared Ripe scarcely Iti met rms it inuit pct Char a inn ii ii Itne Tiro till it roared and crackled like Nyji Hur e fur Furnace. She then sat Down at a distance from the Blaze and awaited the return. Sho had however Little daughter again that night and she fen Revit he worst. How her thoughts went out into the night her girl How she sent up for her safety 1 writ. Length of Timo she sat there she know not she was roused by the opening of the door. Pier daughter stood before her. Their clasping of one another their weeping no another the ineffable rapture and overflowing of the fullness of Joy who shall Tell-.? not they who beheld it for their eyes were blinded with tears riot they who saw t not for language with All the glory that imagination Ever gave could not depot it Libut there Wasco in the House tia night of. Rather that morning for now the new tears and Bogun. In a moment Saunders Entz Roi with the babe. Susan received it from is hands looked at it saw that All. Was Well kissed it a and Hrin ded it to Fred who gaze in it kissed it it to her again. The excitement beginning to die away Sitson Sank rapidly. Restoratives wore applied Rind in an hour she was sleeping calmly Rind quietly with baby by her Side. Tolfe bid dutch clock in tho corbor., struck four when Browning gathering tho outlier Tivee about the fire Side Render thanks to leaven for the Sovereign the orgies bestowed Tiptop him and his family and in a Fow moments after the whole House was slut abr. # a a Clear Cloud loss, Beautiful Camo the. Day. How tho by ii poured Pui tho House of Browning its Gold Hushower Ari gladness 1 nofavvxtederp�?Tamnxmfy0 i Harnd Nunon Ltd a and 8topm Fml ii lid sprang from his chair and with one imm d i a a Quot pm a car8�n 8 a Huldor gazing with a reached tho Rifle hanging from the fists and and the la pointing to tho foot prints before any Ono was aware his 1 come a syn no arson pulled tho trigger. Its harmless Olink a ,0.nded who significance of tho fathers Ever announced his intention admits head can a non to Quot cd Rock no a. Vanaed tho stranger with Tom p1�m,,i a a Quot a a tj8 decl Vity pursued by his g say ass 1 Ulhand me Saunders a oried Browning two shall Inid your Lornal pia00 i for 1 they reached tho River shall hold that Man my foe who shall dare to tho a a a grand Between to and my revenge a. _. In a pursued by emn Anions. It because , 1111-, Ooola a a. The soon overtook him. In a Fow moment the tracks led on to Hoy followed Thorn toward the opening where tho rapidity of tho current keep it from her babe a what All the world to Hor in comparison with that Little life a what were All the pangs she had suffered the Agny she had undergone the Dishonour that had fallen Ypon her and. The scorn that would Point it slowly Newing Finger at her ris she should weep through the Garish would ? nothing nay less than nothing while the smile of Hor Little 0110 should Gladden her nothing while in its eyes she could behold tho coming glory of the spirit Sho had lit for eternity nothing nothing Ford Espito All the pitiless. Pelting of tho mortal storm those Cherub hands would dour Oil the troubled Waters of her soul. Truo Thore would he times when her vexed heart would fret when reproach would lift up the Waves of Hato hut Mother love Liko tho master awakened would say a a Pence be still in a a poor poor girl 1�?� said Saunders for ice was tho first to discover Hor. A Carson saw and sprang to her calling her Nav 0. Sho heeded . He Bent Over elapsed Hor in his arms and imprinted a kiss her pallid lips. Still she heeded . A deep sleep was Fulling her Rind Thoy must Rouse her from that lethargy or a deeper slumber Ono in which Thero Are no dreams would fall Hor. They carefully unwound Hor arms which were conclusively yet cautiously hugged about her babe and took it from her. Trio Little Ono was warm and As the cold air struck. Its Cheek it opened its eyes and commenced crying. Saunders of voted it and stilled its complaining for to hold it tho father and husband then Drew the girl from her hiding place and Shook her very roughly. Finally she opened her Oyes and their wild and . Then he knew who it was that had beckoned to Hirisi through the Moon Light Over Trio Snow. True she was olo Thod in Black but tho Small pallid face the same lurid lips confronted him that Sanie dark and soul thrilling oyo was him to shuddered spoke to her but she understood . She was however alive and awakened and supporting Heron each Side they compelled her to walk. Tho info Ronco of tho exorcise was magnetic slowly her Muscles relaxed and her wandering son sos returned. 1 faster and faster they urged her on toward tho House Saunders following with tho babe. Thoy had More than half accomplished tho wily when Curson who narrowly watched Hor countenance saw a a turning consciousness and in another Moinot and Ere they were aware of it she broke from Hor fathers hold and shrieking Fred a threw her arms about him. A Fred you have combat last a Carson with a flood of tears strained Hor to his bosom. A a thank heaven Susy your Are yet alive 1�?� a suddenly recollecting she disengaged Hor Solf and inquired for Hor child. A a a tis Safo Doar Susy a said her Fathor. A father is it you speaking ? 0 Fathor 1 i am a poor sinful girl and have not loved you As i ought 1�?� a you Havo loved me better than i deserved a said Browing winding his Arin about her Nook and kissing her. �?�1 have wronged you 1�?�a say not leg say not so father. I was at a hero Saunders who to the transportation of children had trudged along slowly and carefully fearing lest he should fall approx Chc i shouting a a go on go on As fast As Yon can. Ill bring the baby Safo in. Go on and keep tho blood so Tivey proceeded. A a Frod Quot said Susan a a i am so glad you Havo Como. I dreamed As i grow warm and How. It old a to Jura ted Walls it i its Groat i brits if Figuir 6ow it crept ii Ito every Nook and cranny anal fell in glory through , , filling the silent room even up to tho great health Stone with a flood of warmth and exultation 1 tho Ligh t in the window of tho old Blacksmith was Rol mod and the fire 011 Hearth rekindled. Yea and the All bounteous Rind life giving orb smote with Bis Swift beams that thin Light Snow and it melted so that when the sleepers arose to the music of a caged hanging in the window those Small and delicate fdot-prin.f8, coming going and returning had vanished Woro obliterated for Ever. So beneath Trio Sunshine of Lovo Charity forgiveness from tho Moi Nories of the minutes of that House were All wrongs All rashness nil blame All bitterness All harshness and All hardship blotted out forever. Thoy Baa key a heaven for it. Susan still slept Brit her sleep was free from All Caro and pain and they know when she awoke she would be fresh and fair and Sirilo As Ever save in respect of fatigue and the effect of mental suffering. The children who had soon her depart the night before glad to learn that she had returned would just a open tho door through to see sister Susy As she Slot. And then Coile away Ontic toe clapping their hands hut so softly that they made no noise. Mrs. Browning bustled about with tho greatest importance for there was to be a new years dinner in the House Ere night fall and tii Cro was tho Best room to to swept and set in order for 00m puny. There were chickens and turkeys to roast. Thon or. And mrs. Carson so Fred who had been tithe Village for various articles a and purchased presents for Trio children said wore to to there in the afternoon and they were the richest people in town. Susan awoke about noon quite Well and dressed Hor Solf. There were traces of her sorrow that with Hor rim Bat care she could not efface. She wished Noble girl that not a single trait or Lineament should Roulind her loved Onos of what had passed and so she Felt stronger than she. Was and went about the House singing snatches of her old songs and telling the children with merriment by her pleasant and funny ways. But Strong As Sho thought and said she was by two no Luok it was necessary for her to keep her chair. At about Throo of Clook or. And mrs. Carson made their appearance. Thoy were very grand and formal people and tho children Wero very shy but Fred was with them and a right Royal fellow they said he was and so Thoy were not afraid. He had told Liis parents of his marriage to so an of Hor faithfulness and Hor patient suffering and of his own love and reformation and Thoy embraced Hor and kindly kissed her and called her daughter. Anil old Bachelor Saunders was Thore laughing and talking rubbing his hands with glee and Blessing his stars that he had fallen on such Happy times. Then in the great Kitchen whore great logs Woro piled and blazing Iri the great Chimney the table was spread with All things Good of Rural a Beer at five they lit the candles and sat flown to the new year s dinner. Yos ally a the blacksmiths tho children Mother those grand and formal people Fred and Susan in the Large rocking chair Alisa Down together. Did Browning always say Graco so fervently ? and while the fire roared and crackled the knives and Forks clicked and rattled and Thoy eat and talked and laugh and wept together blacksmiths children those grand and formal people Mother Frod and Susan All together. So when Thoy Rose from tho Tahlo old things had passed away All was forgiven forgotten and confirmed. Thus Thoy kept tho Happy new years Day. And Frod As he Laid his head his Pillow by the Side of his wife that night Felt Asho pressed her to his bosom that without a fond and faithful heart Yho Roin All the Raffeo trans Muy be garnered up this world is nothing Worth and that pure and for ont Lovo tho one tiling god like Shioli our first parents brought out of paradiso is for More and exceeding All its pomp Power and Magni Hosono. And As she told Hin of Hor Hopes and fears tho alternating Trust and despair that he came Noto Housho had a strained Hor inner Oyes till Dun to boo tho coming glory aim through tho Rich Iuit of Happy Tours of her pangs of the ont rarities and Throat rings tho Shamo and sorrow of her parents of her Short but terrible wanderings in tho Winters night of her woes and sufferings her desperation and suit idol resolutions Hor walk tho ice her lingering by the Glit Teringo water the final Triumph of her Faith in him her husband Rind in ii Eaven her shelter beneath tho roots of Trio treo Hor drowsiness and tho fearful Comfort of the be numbing cold arid her dream so timely pro Kon and so happily fulfilled to thanked god who had made Hor his so Good so Beautiful and so Truo and wept Liko a child. Mingling their Tours they fell asleep. So closed the Happy new years Day. A touching incident. In the Champaign of Napoleon in Russia while tho French army was retreating from Moscow Thoro Lay in a poor Low cottage in a Village an invalid Hoy. This Village was exactly in Trio course of the. Retreating army and already tho reports of its approach Ltd reached and excited tho terrified inhabitants. A in their turn they begun to Mako preparations for Retreat Lor Lioy knew Thoro was no Hope a. I. C i. I. I. A 1. I. A a a a a i. Ing their own preservation and Gaye 110 quarters. Every 0110 who had tho strength to Fly fled some trying to Tako with them Ali air worldly goods some to conceal them. Tho Little Village was fast growing deserted. Some Burnt their houses or dismantled them. Trio old were placed in wagons Rind tho Yozing liar risk their families away wit i them. A but in tho Little cottage there was Nono of this.bu8tle. The poor crippled Hoy could not Moyo from his bed. Tho widowed Mother had no friends near enough to spare i thought for Hor in this time of Trout to when every oho thought Only of those nearest to him of himself. What Mohanco of flight owns there for her and Hor Young children among whom one wa3 the poor crippled boy. Rev a. It was evening and the sound of Distant Boicos Rind of preparation had died away. Tho was Wakeful with terror now urging his.,Mother to Leavo him to his Fato now dreading least Sho should take him at Bis word arid leave him behind a the neighbors Are just going away i Hoar them no longer a he said a i am so selfish i have kept you Here take tho Little girls with you it is riot too late. And i am Safe who will Hurt a poor helpless boy a Ltd two Are All Safe a answered the Mother god will not leave us though All. Else forsake / a. _ \ a but what can help us a a resisted the Hoy a who Oan defend ris from their cruelty a such Torios ris 1 have Hoard of the ravages of these Mori 1 they Are not men they Are wild beasts. Of Why was i made so weak so weak As to be utterly useless no strength even to a it hero is a sure Wall for tho a answered the will build is a sure a a you Are my strength now a said tho boy a i thank god that you did not desert to. I am so Wenk i cling to you. Do not leave me. Indeed i fancy i can see tho cruel soldiers hurrying in. We Are too poor to satisfy them and they would pour their vengeance us and yet you ought to leave me 1 what right ivo i to keep you Here. Aud i shall suffer More if a see you suffer of a god will he Titi Refuge and defence a still said the Mother and at length with Low quieting words,.she stilled the anxious boy till he too slept like the Sisters. The morning came of the Day that was to bring the dreaded enemy. Ti10 Mother and children opened their eyes to find that a a sure Wall had indeed been built for their do Fence. Tho Snow had begun to fall the evening through the night it had collected a High wind had blown tho Snow in drifts against the Low House so that it had entirely covered it. A Low shod behind protected the Way to tho out House where tho animals were and fora the Mother and children kept themselves alive within their cottage shut in Aud concealed by the heavy barricade of Enow. A. 1 it was during that Tinto that tho dreaded Scourge passed Over the Village. Every House was ransacked All tho wealthier deprived of their luxuries and Trio poorer nos robbed of their necessities. Rut the Low roofed Lott ago Lay sheltered beneath its Wall of Snow which in tho silent night had gathered around it. God Ltd profit noted the defenceless with a a sure Wall.�?�. Rpu Micah intolerance. Trio Republican party has Ltd a very brio existence but Brief As that existence has been it has exhibited Intro bigoted intolerance toward Rill those who differ with it on questions of National policy than any other party that Ever and an existence in this country. This is the Inore inexcusable trom the fact that it commenced its career with loud professions in favor of tho largest amount of Liberty to All classes conditions Rind races of inon taking into its Freedom Loving arms a fall tho world and the rest of it battled through its first presidential Campaign with a free speech Freo press free Homes and Fremont As its motto emblazoned on its banners All Over ,�?T Ait passed through its second Campaign if possible with Evon greater professions of Lovo for Freedom. Members of this Freedom Loving party wore seen to turn up their holy horror at tho idea of Southern abolition fan action irom pc poliing see to Are new qom to insurrection pronouncing it a terrible out Rago on Freo speech. Well this party got into Power by gulling the people with these lying professions. And now How do they proceed to carry then out by making Good their profession and granting unrestrained Liberty of speech and tho press not a bit of it. But if same unfortunate lol lows in Iti unguarded moment happens to some act of the administration in Power he is immediately a a spotted As a traitor and or. Secretary Seward has him arrested by Telegraph and lodged in a it it Lafayette a or if to express the opinion that Trio Republican party is not arid Best party the world Over saw to is denounced As it secessionist by a prick of newly fledged patriots and a Union sliders a who never Felt a genuine patriotic emotion stir in their breasts. Or of editor intimates that tho management of the War department under the administration of Simon Cameron has not l cup is scrupulously honest As it might have been to is put Down one qty of the government or if lie presumes to suggest Tillat this is not exactly the right time Lor in Enugu rating the a first Ball Ever Given in tho White i Lorise to is politely informed by some idiotic Ana tie that his establishment is to to torn Down by mob violence Rind his paper suppressed by the government. Such a Ontl Reader arc q few of the Praet Cpl illustrations of tho Republican jct noes of 1�?~freq speech and a free thank god. A bettor Day seems to to dawning us the Roi Gri of terror and fanaticism is rapidly drawing to a close reason is begin Nin Quot to Resuma her Sway sensible and into Libut republicans now look at things More calmly and that kind of work is loft full most entire a who reached their maturity at of Itji Rimml ii ints on farm 131pe0vement7 Farmers Are generally anxious to improve their farms or at least to reap the results of such improvement in bettor crops and greater profits but very Many of them Havo yet to learn tho most direct Road to prosperous agriculture. It lies Rathor through careful management of abundant labor and capital than in tinting these to the lowest possible amount the saving is in tho prudent Tise of every Means of Progress rather than a miserly neglect of All which seem to be indirect aids but which Are really the trifles a which ensure that increase above the Cost of production which alone counts As profit. Let us look at Oris of the simplest axioms of tho better farming. A a there is no Way Quot says John Johnston a a that land Crin be to profitably improved is by grass kept in a vigorous state of h o grow Large crops of grass to must have Rioh drained land a naturally Fertile or enriched by manure and the Oronah culture before seeding Down a Manly week tho a crab town Dorcas sewing society held til Oil a on al meeting and on motion it was voted a that our Parson wait on Tony Jones and see if nothing Enn to done to improve the Man users of Young Trio us t Day tho Parson called Tanir by sr., and informed him respecting tho object of his visit to which he replied a a Parson id let Tony go to meet in Overy sunday if i Only know wed you a Gotoy to preach but passim there ainu to a boy in the Village of crib town what a got Roro manners than my Tony Cari convince you of that in just a minit. You see Tony out Thero skin a no them reiffers a the Parson nod led assent. A now Seo ill Call and raising his voice to the highest pitch he shouted a to Ori a 1�?�. The response was Quick and equally loud. A sir a. A. A do you hear that Parson a said tho Man. Done to you Call that manners a a that s All very Well a replied the Parson so far As i t goes a a what do you mean by far As it goes a that Hoy sir always Speaks respectfully to me when i Call then raising his voice to again called a to on a a a Trio boy dropped a half dressed fish and shaking his fist at his sire yelled out the Parson Shook his head a Eye miserable Black old Drunken snob ill Como in there in list two minis and Maul be Liko blazes.�?�. The Parson was astonished. Tho old Man was disconcert of for a Mogorit but instantly recovering himself to Tuppo tho Parson on the shoulder saying. A you Beo Parson my Hoy has got grit As Well As manners. This Chap will Mako an ornament to your society some of Mem Days tho Parson Shook his Hoad and fizzled. With a Democrat at Trio head of. Tho War department a Democrat at the head of the army and Dom Cratie generals commanding almost every division to May up not an energetic Forward movement with negro emancipation in the Back ground and the restoration of the Union and the preservation of the Constitution As tho pole Star for tho guidance of every patriotic heart. With patriotic and conservative . Lead on our Brave troops such As Mcclellan Ila Leok Dix Butler Sherman Mcclernand Rind the Gallant Ceil. John a Logan of Illinois who at the Battle of fort i Molson when his men Wero Fulling thick and fast around him. And he himself fearfully won 11 fled Rode along the Linns waving his hat and Eryin gout a stiffs death Hoys but disgrace never.�?�. With a such Nien in the Field to say there is Hopo for tho country yet. A. A god Speed Trio Day when Northern fanaticism and Southern treason shall find a common grave alien tho Glorius instars and stripes a tho Banner of tho Union shall wave in Triumph from Maine to Texas when sectional Hutte and animosity shall he banished Froid the country we Trust forever and when to shall again a know no North no a ouch no Easi no West hut a common Bond in a common Valley spirit. 1 a hero. Vyv Oleti. The republicans Aro in Strait for u Horo. Sinen tho Colln so of Jim lane., they Are bleating about like sheep without i Shepherd. Their first hero in this War w to Fremont. Lie achieved Trio defeat of Lyon tho surrender of Lexington tho of a Fow niggers and squandered millions of Public Noney. We hardly know which exploit most commended him to to boil favnr.�?. When Fremont was retired from command in disc Rico they fixed their Hopes Ono Simon surname Cameron who it has been said a a was a thief from the beginning a and did not hesitate to sell his country for a few pieces of Silver. But Simen wanted the hig. Gers set at Liberty to wanted arms put in their hands so they could Butcher the. Woman and children of the South. This exalted him in the eyes of tho republicans and they loved him is they loved their own souls. Rut Simon is dismissed from the Council table which hold disgraced. Just then Jim Lane turned up and the Republican journals turned their eyes him and sew that to was Good at stealing niggers and they proclaimed that he was to do wonderful things in Flint Lino Rit just suited him. But general Jim is suddenly a a a squelched a his a a expedition a vanishes and to is left before the Publio a minor nolo charlatan a dirty Jack that Lias prayed his own Fame a fit object of scorn and anathema from All patriotic people. Who will 1 0 tho next Horo of the Republican journals a a Exchange. A and by Troquet top dressing afterwards _ must to drained land artificially drained if a subject to stagnant water or the beat grasses. Cannot be grown nor Eun it to brought into prof Triblo rotation with tho Grain crops. It must to thoroughly seeded Economy in grass Jed a a saves at the spigot to lose at the Bung a in tho loss Quantity and poorer Quality of the product. And it must not lie the Hept pasture land especially while Young Cap to ruined by feeding too closely and in senso Rubly into in. Autumn and Early Iri Spring Farsi improvement by this method re quiz of left Brit and cipro. Autumn top dressing comes at a Busy season arid requires previous attention to provide the requisite composted i manure. Hence too Many Rieg Leot it even though convinced of its importance and of the graft try increased crops which follow the practice. A our better Farmers do not practice Economy of labor striving to get along with As Little As possible. Thoy have found that plenty of help for All the operations of the tho oily Way of productive Rind prof a table farm management., a hint or two on getting hotter grass from our Meadows ind pastures next season. Let no mild weather tempt us to allow Hoof them during the Winter. Bettor Huriy a. Edition no forage for our Stock. Where a Tuii Fuff of Clover prevails be should give a top dressing of pm astern Farl Spring time. It has Beeri found profitable to a Iii ashes with plaster for this purpose and to should never sell a Bushel of ashes from the farm but Frith or buy. In Isford. If Iuteri Iju a for pasture let thou rash age a Good Start before turning on. Stock wimp product will be Zinnoh larger than when j�m6j during the Ixia a Mijs Tilesi May be fed Early with Lesi. Grasses two Huye Fouti d Good pts Licato change pastures quite Roqu Oritiz Benefit tog both the pasture and the grazing farms so situated that Thoy May be irrigated at Small expense should enjoy this great Means of end Nicod productiveness. Meadows should to top dress of with Fine manure after haying Cert to Only whenever the crop Falls below two a diffs fior Aero. If tho Grasi land is to slowed up for tillage another year top dress Irig in autumn will he four id Trio Host menus of applying manure for the. A future product. Rut we need not cd ten i these hints farther to this connection we Havo dwelt up p Thorn freely Farmer anxious for improvement is never at it jobs for employment i farm in Winter there Are Athor Saud things lie can do to enhance the Comfort and Thrift of Pis Stook and to increase the amount and value of Liis a manure. And it should not is forgotten that the Richer and better our Stock lire led tho More rapid and profitable their growth and tho far greater value their manure. A. A -. Preparations for tho labors of tho coming seed Limo can be largely made fences tools seeds and no less important plans for the work lie. Got in readiness in this time of comparative Leisure. Too Many Are engaged off their farms at this season a in work per imps bringing in Inorg ready Money but practically of far less advantage to themselves. As Farmers. Others Idle away the Winter to grumble at bad crops and the hurry of farm life summer and autumn. Wit the now your there is room for All to a a turn Oyer i now loaf Quot in the volume of Progress. A country care of horses a tote number of the Maine Farmer contains tho following practical remarks on the care of horses a Mattor which we Foar is still much neglected by Many As a Rule adapted to general , Farmers do not Tako sufficiently Good oar Rijoff. Their farm horses although we believe they receive better care than the other Stock of the fart. In speaking of care to do not mean to by understood that watering and feeding is All that is required of tho funner in tending his Stock albeit Clear water and Good feed Aro most essential matters in the business.�?. Lei any of our every Day Farmers go into a livery or hotel Stabio and Seo the rubbing attention and kind usage Given to a horse that Lias been driven big lit or ten Miles and to would Staro in ask if they always gave horses tho same treatment and after much questioning and talk conclude Tomt Thoy would feel better for it. There Are Many Farmers who if Thoy have occasion to Uso their horse during a snowy Day in Winter when Thoy reach Homo never curd or Brush him Down although in most eases to is Blan be toil and with Snow his dogs and an Kies put him into a stall to pass the night. Modern leave your old umbrella in a nows room and carry away a now Ono. Unfortunate Many one born yith Cou by Inneo Progress of Timon a Podler going through the Laud with Woi Idon clocks. Right on a murder fast asleep. owing fifty thousand dollars which you Trover intend to . Hun Sty a almost obsolete a term formerly used in tho Case of a Man who pail for his paper. 017�?o a witty Man can make quest a Wise Mau can Tako one a contrast decidedly the most Brilliant a to be 1 Lin but the manure of the pre military campaigns a which Nur country Cor j q�?Ti1q Irso is of course fed but Quot this is about All. If a Porson thinks this is taking proper Caro of a horse let him work hard All Day in a rain storm go Tri bed at night with wot shirt and stockings and to will probably arrive at the conclusion that it is More comfortable to go to bed with dry feet Tymn with wet. And lie will find quite a difference Between sleeping in Good dry bedclothes and lying Down in his own wot garments. The care is an oven one. The horse is an animal the Man in this instance is no More. Both need kind treatment and tho Man who goos to bed without humanely attending to the wants of his horse yet not neglecting his own is Only in part a Man. Having alluded above in a single word to Fri error in the care of horses we now refer to an error in feeding. It is in feeding Thein when fatigued from hard work. No horse should to fed Oither with Hay i Grain on Hoing put into tho stall after work. They should to allowed to rest at least half an hour Tymn fed with Liay half an hour afterwards wat Rod and Thon grained. By this method they will to healthy and loss liable to suffer from attacks of disease. Regularity to feeding is by All moans Indis Ponsie. Engaged was the mexican War during tho administration of president Polk. Sex pics id ont Buchanan was at that Limo Secretary of. State and tho Lato governor mercy sue rotary of War. The most extensive Means had to to provided for tho maintenance of a Largo army in a Distant country Aud millions of Money passed through tho hands of tho government officers. But n o do not remember that any 0110 of them was Evor charged with speculation or dishonesty. Cortaro it is that not a whisper was Over Hoard a footing tho integrity of or. Marov and to retired from office enjoying the res poet of the whole country. Tho Dom Cratie administration of president Polk in that Campaign but an of Amplo which might have been profitably followed by those holding High Placos under or. Lincoln. It certainly is not Neross Vav to tho successful prosecution of a War Tomt nil concerned in conducting it should turn Highway Argus. B53�?o a great Toper who had drank nothing stronger than Brandy called for a Goblet of Wator on Bis do Atli Bod saying n Man is dying to ought to Manito up with his Nanri ining v a

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