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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - May 04, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaAmerican Sjol Unterb Tiblis bad every Tiu red or morning by Lahn s3. Bratton. A a. T elms a 1 Dell Qutb of paid within the Reni it and two dollars and fifty conf if not paid Itri bin the year. Those crib. Will rigidly and by Rcd in every inst Noo. subscription Dis Jont Inrod an til Ell arrearage Ara paid a loss at a the option of the editor. ,. I Macuom Laniad by the can and hit exceeding Ono Square will inserted three Jet Jcj for $2.00, and Twenty five Monte for Cash Jiledi tonal insertion. Those of a greater length in of portion a a a a a. A Jod such As and Bill Post engr Bills lamp hits Blanks labels a. &c., executed with the shortest notice. P 0 p. A a a a and there they eat a popping Kern a John Stiles and Sudan cutter1 1 a it Iju Lin tja.anyx.,. And Sunn at As Buttor. It and there they eat arid shelled . And raked and stirred the fire i a \ a and talked of a Dif erect kinds of Oare and hit Obed th6. 11 Olaiya time nig Berri a k. I 1 a a i a a of a a i i / a i a i a1 a. Ilion Susan ithe tips Popper Shook then John, the Pepper a till both -their1 faces grew a red1 a Quot Quot i As Saul a pm is made of a upper. V 1. And theri they Bhella eds Rind popped arid rite a All kinds of fun a up King. Philo he. Haw Haw la at her remarks. And she laughed at his joking. A a and still they popped and still they ate Johns Rii Buth was like a he per a a and a tired ithe fire and sprinkled Salt and Shook and Shook .the.popper. The look a truck nine the Solodk struck ten and still the Corn kept popping �1 struck eleven and then by fuck twelve. And still Rio Gate of Atli Pingd a a and John he Inte Yod sue she thought a a the Corn did pop Rind Patter. 1. Bill Juhn Briod out a a the porn a a a Jinq i Why Sari what a the matter Quot. Enid she a a 3bhn Stiles its Oiin i look i you la Iii of . Pm sick of All big popping corny Why done Tou a let us at least proceed a said i seeing him stand mute and motionless. A Monsieur is rights it were Well . Know the worst Abone of had been an hour sooner 1 a -1 a. A a few minutes now brought us the him let beautifully and past rally situated by a the Sido of a rapid Stream whose sweetly with the still cab arid serenity of the hour. A few minutes More and we wore at the door of the Auberge. A Exoree me Monsieur a snid. Henri pres a station my Arm with a hand that trembled with emotion a who knows what May have happened i have a strange fancy look in Rit the window. Hail there sits Justino herself her dark hair braided with Flowers a she cannot a a he paused for breath�?4 she Oan riot he a Bride a a that Wreath looks Ike a bridal coronal t up it is riot she weeps of that i a might a kiss away those tears 1�?an a besides there is mall in the a Mittage a Forir All a a Only the a Ood old inn Hung Over her. Monsieur had better pro a it a r need. Ihram tie lond if Goni for 18-12 j the return. In interesting Pebeck a ale it was on a pedestrian tour rough the Range tia Fol was one voting surprised by the approach of darkness while yet Uncertain As the distance if the Village where i purposed , or indeed whether in night not have titrate of Rora the path i Lead been directed a pursue tit the Beautiful yet a lingered in the Golden West nor the Delip our fragrance. Bat breathed a round Nib Dooald that a glib feeling of Udo Asir Ess which a Lervy de the mind on being overtaken by Light in a strange and lonely spot. It Una Relief therefore her at great Dis Ance Behi Iid it a free of air whistled in tones Slit seemed Spring from alight and Jocund learn. And a gladly awaited the upper oath of traveller a Fine youth in Soldis risk he Bili amentis with a Knapsack a trapped tit Kib Bahoh who doffed his Cap on perceiving Ide saluting atithaib��?Tmet�m6j Irith the Frank and Freb ii of Hia nation. �?~14. Lowly by inquiries he informed Tytha fco lie was�?Tbound�?~tqjtli8 Village of which i was in que Sec Buff he Djit tip been otherwi8e. a Lippott Felt i Las Ruoh a Uty As a ply asure he vib guided n gentle a Toan and k a a a a a a i a a replied a a tres Pobat uly re Nan and a i. _. Yet Ltd a by in a 1 i. A Quot i it a Vanui Huiguo a up Uvari Lent Fin Fhy a Pic ass a my it Tiv e vlhiass�v/4 Quot t. A. A map Rig of Carlbe that which a a we i a or a r i 1 Hawaii swered a riot exactly a Iris Iiorio lies a league the right Osier in would probably re my Uriber a path Liat ironed Amu i a through a tfiiok�?~grove1 of i Rieb a a a _ i a i recollect it Well i replied a for i was a near gds Rig a Vvs a it that very Point tiie Roud a looked inviting a but How jul it..u1 have passed Sofir proper Way a if on my a Corint be simple direct Ion a Quot 1 i a a he returned laugh Rigaud hesitating la Little a a Home was dear a arid parents were a dear but vet i have a strange desire 1 one dearer Yeti you Are an viable Fel pow i exclaimed Tiuch Happl a Hoss awaits May be Well Content Spain the shelter of an Auberge sorry enough. Sorry not i Wohld Chally pm a All a France produce delightful in Auberge its that which i am conducting you a a the a old woman in the Best Jand kindest of Ore iiire8, and for Justine a he paused and Wip his brow \ 1 we Ali or just a tev said l a ,. A 4 a she is just tto loveliest and Dearest a a a that Over beamed Goodrin be Friori i a Bright a Eye 1 in Short Monsieur for. Why should1 Ishido a fooling of by High i am a proud Justine i that one Peron whom Long . Be Chr nil a freely �?7, ,. Ijo offer but an honest Fader pc and Ougel -1 a wed her better than life is i. Might never Llave. Returned Yon. Know it jihad been in Esterous betray her into a prone flu that would halve Roper ted perhaps after i w�8. I0d0 is a a a very just and honorable a i observed. A a hark Monsieur 1�?T be exclaimed they arc a a Lancing Somo gala Day a wedding per i a ftps 1�?T he paused and attempted laugh a pet did not Euc Aeed. A hush 1 it is. All Over it Iowa All Over 1 what Toni l baying ? it May Iha Eod be Over in entered Trio cottage Oliero our arrival Jive tried work and Imri mediate of Ridge. If jul tide a he Dot gtd a we Effing her a tears were a Fled. Heilifj-%a8�?~welcomed with Enthus Mahrii a ask Fri Oid in Dwal ried Friend and both Mother instantly Active arid a Oliphus Iri the ter vice of a stranger and a Iva Veikat us Astin Iri Porti cult a in spite of her Holiday array be stirred he rss of spread Forth a a. Supper from we Ipoh however Sho fled with of a k hinted fears of Hariri her marriage j and i even thought a of Nutil Siva of shudder rim through her frame., a. A riot say that again a cried the old woman pressing his hand a my poor Justine the heart 1�?T a 1., a plague on my Zorigne a exclaimed Henri �?~1 would not wound Hor feelings for the world a 1. A i Kunovit my dear boy and there Fprd i will Tell Yori All Why a Puld 1 Nind Monsieur we who Ore inno Evn t of wrong have nothing donor al a the truth then is that Arnaud a you remember Anraad Hori i a a Quot 1 Quot amay a a returned the Soldier impatiently a a for Good though 1�?T. A Well it was about Las fall that he began notice in Stone arid from that he grew More particular till at la Btu 1 a Mother say not that Justine loves him for lies never loved any but himself and although he be a wealthy a a t. A a alack 1 wealthy ii is not. For his Ririe Yards were All blighted a old woman but Juba Tine looked not for Quot a and if she looked for Worth she found it riot a pried Henri indignantly. A. A a it is but too True a replied the Dame a Justine read not in his beaming eyes a Luriean and selfish heart i she Listo hed and believed and this should Hayo been her wedding Day a hush hush Alenri a let her riot Wear you 1�?Justine, Riby Loye you will find the freshest grapes a it lib end of the Garden. But menus vows a continued the old woman j Are like the wind and Arnaud was wed ded this morning a Richer girls yet of for Worth there is none like nay poor child in a the villain in Rix claimed Henri involuntarily a ass Umipig a me nosing gesture. 1 a cried the Mother on whom this action was not one who sees All a and re Wirds and of that he had looked on ii Ilai Ling this Day never Coni Planin Triveri a by a look but with her Ain Sweet Haridy decking the hair of the Bride by arid this very evening dancing on the grow when her heart Ivas like but. Of when it was All ended and they were gone their Home that cottage mor Simeur by the Stream you May ses it now by tho Light of tits the aiders trembling re and it then thori1 Hep Hijii thunk a but the sight of an. Old Riend a turning Henri a and even the pleas��ra.0? preparing our Humble supper for a stronger a May Mrich and heaven will give the rebt.�?T. The old woman a tears Tel wast spoke but Henri Over Povy a cd by bad Dewiess arid a variety of Liis a motions was scat oely sad though silent at length Justine returned Pale yet Borenz that but for what i had heard i a Puld have imputed ing , had raised the wild Ory of dread almost of despair. A few words Froin Justino seemed Tranquilino the feelings of the agonized Mother. They mingled their tears awhile and then i will Hope slept it not their grief at least was silent. I Rose Early in the morning but Jiustine had been Long up and busied in her. Mestizo affairs Serene and tranquil nor Quot though riot a Quot Breeze had Riff led the Calm our ont of her peaceful Mina. Havo attempted counsel or Oon solution would have been insult tho feelings of one whose own la Art was her Best and surest Monitor. A after partaking therefore of a breakfast tho grapes for which i found had most Justine a lung ram Bio i departed on my Way Well contented leave her the guidance of her own purity and the protecting Lovo of one of the most Aff pfc Iti Onate of Parer it., circumstances led me at the olos of fhe autumn retrace part of my former Toute arid i unabated interest in tho fortunes of Justine it tip ted a myl tops a new Dubre the Little Oribe re which through every after Boson had still a con present my nic Morv. I was received with the grateful smiles that Seldom fail among these simple minded people repay any expression of attachment of the part of a stranger. Justine was still Pale but the Rebo Vegod cheerfulness and animation of the Ola woman seemed indicate reviving Hope arid expeotatiori., a std i doubted this it had Sori been confirmed. A it was evening when i arrived arid i was yet conversing with Justine when a Tny old Friend Henri entered the cottage. His Fine Manly features were Bright with health and Good humor and whether it was that Justine by his delighted recognition of the traveller whom Hedlund guided a smile stole Over her Beautiful countenance. But it was something More. The Worth of the was slowly but store Fly Effo ing tho iriipres8�on of a misplaced Attol intent. A poor Arr Faud in exclaimed Hariri. A what of him v oried Trie old woman a a Job , save that his grapes Are sour and his shrew of a the Verost slave that a a a he Ever was,1 Dame a a slave his own greedy desire of gain for that he his nothing ban replace place if his own h a a it i of a my son learn from this be riot onto with a a. A jus Tirie and Lovely exclaimed a hut that were impossible. A Content is too old a word for pub surpassing Bliss a 1 Justine blushed and looked As if Bhe would have frowned Blit knew not How i and a stray glance of her Eye a seemed Ainger Well not Only for1 the happiness of my Friend Henri hut t will Hope also for the Pekoe of her own. Puro heart. A a a Quot a 1 a i was riot deceived they were soon after United the vibes of Arnaud becoming thus the Union Sibus Means of rewarding the Virtues of Henri and Justine. A Clever is Many years since i fell in Dove with Jane Jerusia �her., Sweet Gravity a net urn is lateness alone but for Hariri the Board was spread it Iri vain he started up. A a you will not leave unto i ight a. Said the. A widow a a"y-1 �?T., \ 11 have not seen Iny Jia rents Farewell Mother Farewell dear Justine f she turned not away from Hie offered Salute she even pressed if Fhaid but it was a sisterly pressure Only Iri which warmer feeling had place. I saw by his Founte Riario. That he pros aware of this and that a it added a wings toi the Speed with a which he left the of stage. A i i. I a a a a v a it a repast ended ii Retif Edito a Small but Egriu Pitely in the ground floor of the cottage. The window of which looked towards.1 the river.�?T., a but sleep like a false Friend fled at my greatest riebd.1 my mind,-ex.oitedr.bythb. Unmerited a info Trine of one i whip a a had seen but Admire held my ris the orig the i attire Tbs View Dea Tifal Valley seeping in the , was far More attract i Ethan a slip Barless Couoh 1 Iri this contemplative mood time stole away Unno ted where i Aljy hearing the door of the aus re gently a pwned Aud some one is in e Forth a i looked anxiously from the base ment it was Justine herself gliding like a spirit toward that Stream on we Ipoh been gazing., Good heaven i be her up Riobe. Was it possible that Tolje Story of her undeserved abandonment had wrought in her fevered brain a vision of self a Destrino a lion the thought was horrible. Without a moments hesitation i sprang . A window and holding a Corrise in Shadow tracked her step towards the cottage of . A a a. A a a. It stood on the very margin of the River the situation the hour her look of deep by strap Tion ,-perhaps, on the fatal plunger appeared Strena Thep my fearful Jodi Coture and i advanced near be stretch Forth my Arm in the Inton. Eity of my feelings . Arrest her Birmig purpose. But How this Noble minded this the moment whore my he it fluttered at eve Bra Irio Tion. I Beh 6ld-her riri Kon her knee i orid a Ola Spirig her White hands in a Fri attitude of Supply eation lift her a West eyes heaven a if invoke a hlee Aing Ori Liat Union which had marred her fairest Hopes i saw her lips move and though the cents reached me not a the intelligence the a of that Angels Corin Tenrice could mistake. It was a study for h Painter if indeed the Art of Man could depict the traits of heaven. I was lost in in wonder when a loud shriek from the a a by a dispersed the Lovely virion wit the Swift Ness of a Jap. A Hving Justine fled Back the House while More cautious in my Speed engined my apartment by the window upe Yewed. A it a was the foor widow who awaking and miss Skeggs the Han Deo tweet country girl by far that Ever went on legs., by Meadow Creek and Woodjr Abd Dell often we did walk and the Moonlight smiled on her melting lips and the night winds Learned our talk. Jane Jane Jerusha me for Iii heart was Young and True and a loved with a double and twisted love and a love that was honest too. I named All Over the neighbors farms and i robbed the Wildwood Bowers and i Tore. My. Trousers and brat gtd a my hands in search of the choicest Flowers. In my joyous brought All. These my Darling Jerusha Jane would not be foolish now it i were a boy again x pity Chap then came along Ull dressed up in store clothes with a shiny hat and shiny Best and a moustache under his nose. Lie talked her of singing schools r Fot her a farm a and she the Conns try lov.0 and took the new chaps Arm. All that night i never slept nor could i eat next Day for i loved. That girl with a fervent love that laugh t could drive away. I strove win tier Back me but it was All in vain the City Chap with the hairy lip married Jeru Shn Jane. And my poor heart wa8�?osick and sore until the thought struck me that just Good fish remained As Ever was caught id the sea. j went the methodist Church one night by and a a dark Brown curl Peep ing from. Us der a gyp8 a Banc in a i Narried that . Many years have pa8sed�?Tpinca.i�heb, arid i think my loss my a in and i often bless that hairy Chap that stole Jerusha Jane. A a was ob1 served that a a certain covetous rich1 Man Ney a fer Jirva item any one a i Rii May a. ,3 said u wag that i will get an a invitation Drora him a a. A the wage was a corp feed. He goes the a next Day the Rich Toanis House about the time Dine and tells tho servant he must speak with his master immediately for he can save him a thousand pounds. A a sir Eaid the servant his master f Here is a a great Hurt a speak with you be flays he can save you.a�th�u8and�?Tpounds. jut came the Whittis that sir you can a ave me a thousand pounds1?1 a yes. Air f but i see you Are at Din a Nero a i will away and fall again.a a 4 of Pray sir com e in and take dinner with me.�?T, a a Quot a i shall be \ a a i not at All.the imitation was accepted. As soon As dinner was Over . A a Well sir a Man of the House a now Sotir business Pray let me know howl am save a thousand pounds a a Well sir i hear you have a daughter dispose of in marriage a \ v. A a havosir.�?T. N a a a a a tax portion hey with ten thousand pounds.a a 4��?~ a a a i sir.a a a a a Why than sir Idt the have her a by i will take her with Bine thousand.�?T. I the matter of the House arose in a passion a and kicked him o4ut of doors a r Ati a Grigston n. Few Days since. Lay engaged As or Misa Kobary ool Jeo Toiv Ebi ered a store and my delve u8p�j up a pm a a a she was informed Byll by that he would a Twenty five up for very kiss she would give him. The pro in sit Ion was accepted and the Young lady mine lately rap up a Bill ofl7 501 .7. Amc7&Quot the dutch have a Good proverb thefts never in Rifi alms never impoverish prayers hinder work. ,. make ,>gut4faiiing8 is furnish Ott Herfi Smjth we Torii lib hot Almy May by used against us. 4. you would borrow anything a second time use Well the first and return it speedily a 1 a a a a a t a Quot a it you will not find s deep Foi in shallow Burrow. A least from the life of. A business Man i Chicago. A from tho Chicago of . There How resides in the City of Chicago a gentleman Well known in business circles Aud whole Poper is Good on change for a very respectable sum Whoso lot it was Iri the Early portion of Bis career reside Iii the City of new Orleans this was Many years ago away Blok in the half decade of 1830 �?T35. He had gone thither from tho North penniless earn a livelihood for himself and in Pursuit of that Fortune which All Young men Hopo Roach but which few Ever shortly a after his arrival in the rfcs cent City he fortunately succeeded in Beo Pring a position in an old and Well ostabli8hedmercan-.tilo House where by. His uniform conduct he boo ured tho Confidence of Lii employers and rapid promotion up through tie several departments of the House the counting oink. A. Vij a. For. The purpose of this narrative we Are called upon select a Cognomen for the gentleman before . And me Liis sketch is published with opt consultation with him Joel obliged give him a name1 other than that by which in the commercial walks of life the title of or. S a our readers be satisfied. Or. a had been scarcely two years up Yagod in discharging the duties of his pm Stien in new a Pleuna when he became in am Rod of a daughter of Cue of a the Mem Bora of the firm. Deeply he was in the affairs of every Day business life the tread of al absorbing Trade Laju de Rush out the gentler sentiments of his heart and the jib Gle of the doll Ala could not drown the Sweet Onusic of interchanging,.vows of constancy and of . His reciprocated but though a Barkis was Willin a the parents were not yith All the Pride of a Rialto Cravo and contempt of. Honest labor which formerly and does still wealthy of the South,.they, sneered Ratthe loves of the Young couple Tiodos Themi As a Clandestine meetings were ,.and an Elope Menic pro opted and consummated. The paty turned new Orleans one Day Man , receive Blessing or forgiveness from tho parents of the lady. Or. S. War dismissed Fri Jyi. The service of the firm and for More than a month struggled hard maintain himself and the wife now dependent upon his exertions. Hip efforts were not crowned with the most perfect Success,.and. His life was a ooutinua.1 struggle for existence poor and cheer Lewis it. Thi get. One son. Was the result of tie marriage and with his wife,.and�ohild, or. A struggled Oil met on almost every hand by the persecutions of the Athur. Unable longer reconcile Hiu self such a life a separation was . Upon the lady returned with her child Hor fathers roof and or. A his Home in new Eug. Land. A a six his a a rival at tho North or. S. Received.,a new Orleans paper announcement of. The death of his wife and infant child. Attached them As he was though compelled by Adverse 0110001-stauoes them he. Mourned for them Sipo orely and them a dead. A few years afterwards he met with a lady whose Odd qualities of mind acc tray a him and whom he subsequently married Aud with whom he lived Happy for Many years Rais ing a family of sous two of whom Are Day residents of the City of cup Page in the natural course of avonts or. S. Removed the West Many years Fygi a and be cume one of the seekers after Fortune upon what we Tufi then considered the Frontier. Chi Cag i was then but i a Gailann comparatively unknown town though of was beginning set rapidly in this direct Tion he was shrewd and a speculative and. experience had rendered him we Llu qualified turn advantage such Opp Stu Nitie for the aggrandize men t of we Meyer he possessed As came in his Way a lib prospered in business and year after year additions tho ins of the previous year.�?, Chicago and the great Northwest sprang from an and sparsely settled country a Gre it City Aud. Probe yous com. Mon Eallis. His 0\yn Peck uni pry adv Hace meet wins less rapid and from that time until the present his Hie was marked a by. More important eras than is the Opp Imon history of business men in this Community and might be written of hundreds of others some years ago his second wife died esteemed by her friends and loved by them whom Bhe was Dearest. A. We will not say that during All this apse of years the mind . S. Dino frequent by revert the scenes of his earlier Days and the strange Vicissitudes through which he had passed it would have a pen wonderful s. And herself was then a colonel in the rebel array. A amp a desire renew Intercourse with Jim and closed the interview al Oon As possible. It. S. terms by cd if he could not have the wife at least Hatto tie spa. By patient Labo Juliis Dis Hurge was. Procured from the service of Jefferson Davis und be returned the North with his newly found a codicil was not Long ago appended the will of. Or s. By which tho sol receives an equal share in that gentle Bank a property on occasion of that gentleman a death. Or. S. Is again in the City of Chiba and Guam he fills is accustomed p Laco in business circles. Yet few would suspicion that in the this Man familiar hundreds novel events and circumstances Lead transpired the like whereof we Seldom find Savo in the pages of fiction and Romance. Ai a a. Of a. Capture of a tho year 1816, or. Wortley a die chant from Naples was travelling a it Ost with a Swiss merchant and had nearly reached the City of Capua which is about fourteen Miles from Naples when his Carriage was suddenly a topped by a formidable band iffy robbers. 1 it was night but 4 Beautiful soon a the Moon of Naples is Worth a London Suhy illuminated the Sceno and allowed tho englishman and Hiam pm Niou see thut there a a re Only three or four1 brigades near the coach and the Tbs a bad not vet knocked the postilion off his horses. Or. A Wortley took his measures with Groat present of mind and boldness. Am tho Foremost brigand came the Side of the Carriage within reach bawling and cursing for those synth in come a pfc arid be robbed he caught hold of the Ruffian by the breasts of his jacket and called out tho postilion Gallop off Capua when he should be Well rewarded. The postilion who had known him before on the Road took or. Wortley at his word and with a he line amps rarely found in he class whipped his Liors-.6�, that went off a is neapolitan a horses generally will a a an As the postilion al whip tour lion the Withers of his st offs a Bullet whizzed head but missed its aim1. Away Hon went the Carriage and the mar of Hanics and the robber As Swift As the old witches in other a Faust or. Wortley who was a robust Man a keeping a firm hold of the robber who dangled his head and shoulders in and of his body outside of the vehicle Row ething like a calf Over a Batcher a cart. After numerous but vast efforts extra cate himself from their grasp Tolje Captur cd brigand whose legs were braised against the rapidly revolving Carriage a who ols. And whose breath was almost bumped out of his body protested it was All a mistake Anid begged most piteously pleased the merchants however kept the prize they had made in curious a May nor Ond soon arrived at Capua. This being a fortified town most awkwardly for Travill Bruj placed on the High Road they had wait some time until a letter was sent Oomman Dent and permission obtained admit them. Ilion the drawbridge a was lowered they rolled Oyer of. With the robber still dangling at the coach Side dim at the guard House. If he next morning or. Wortley and his Friend appeared before the Justice of the a peace Anu after their dispositions had been received the brigand was Given Over the civil authorities and ont into prison who a he. Lay for Many month without being brought judgment. What finally became of Liim we Uever Learned. Indeed if herbal hot spa dared. Upon them by often Toiv by of the Joys and Sof Rowa attendant Orleans. He Jiey inqco.rfesppq.49.noe,. He re with apy on amp . And accept Lefor truth the newspaper account of the death former wife and child by it his life has been changed and turned from it8, Channel he himself seeding new sceno8, and different avenues of after the capture of the pity of new or leans by the onion forces under Gen Butler and the opening of a the Mississippi by the eur Yender of. Vicksburg a desire seized or s. revisit his old Home Aud look Onoe More upon new Orleans. Thirty years bad elapse de since his residence there and the occasion of Bis second visit. On the it second Day after his arrival he discovered among the ladies of the st Barles hotel one who he recognized As his former wife. sought an interviews with her but was refused Shuff returning the Quot application by the Means consoling information Teaf she had in ter est in common with Bim. And desire look upon or speak with Bim the succeeding Day she had left the hotel pm be. Lost All Trace of her. A mrs was Bop Raj of afterwards taken severely ill a Nib avg a boy shop Call in of his Surprise it Dearn from the convert Tipu which that the. Gray haired my Ida fat Adf Tajber bad beep the adviser of Tueyl mily of i Tor Nier we if a he froth his a he la Hrha a the residence of the lady. Prompted by feelings of Rosity even if. .th��?z.old,.�pve�?z. Had. A wholly died out in his heart Manrin Jervis re a and was at last successful. Y.\. The1 Story of the lady was a strange one. After the departure of or. A Forther North Bhe returned Home and the circles in View she has Bey. Father Lead Piir piously inserted in the paper the announcement of the death of a land Bild and Forwarded it or. Sly Tny al he might Belleve a of cup forever Hir Pitr. She passively waited the lapse of a div Broe could be of the or Pena of a hdm a after w fed upon her second of triage in Obj die Noe the w�bq69 of her parents. The Soti of or. He Doke of we Ellington a it has been evident i suppose every one who ha9 had much Intercourse with his soldiers they they entertained affection for the late Duke of Wellington. Tie unbending a a sternness of character the severity with which lie Ensor. Ced discipline in the Peninsula and the strict regard Justice and the Public purse with which i he awarded pensions at Home acting upon an ill informed and not Over Soi up Ulous mind created a feeling amongst them that he was not. The. Soldiers Friend this in la idly impression obtained such a degree that. His Noruo was Seldom mentioned by them with respect. A a a a in said one a a he Wafi nut like lord Hill. A r lord Gilill Vas a Christian and had a feeling for Hiis soldiers but nobody lakes. Welling Jpn. A a wpllsaia1 another a a Jiey al got great a honors and great riches but it i All through the bravery of his troops and a Ojo he Daee not care if they starve. It he tried brings Bill into parliment Lessen our pensions buc the Duke of Ali Cunion said a a let us Bev Gin at the top of the tree if begin at All pension a but Wellington did Nob a like have his own pensions a a Why bless your heart 1�?� said another a fhe would Hong Hia men up like dogs if they Only took a Penny loaf out of a bakery a pop when they were on a hard March and almost such remarks weft common during his lifetime but when the news got abroad that life was cd they were More common st As if faithful chronicler. I am bound Ltd report them though i by Means sym Oathie with them a. They Are interesting As Iahn Wing the a perversity of human nature a the Man who fought for his cup retry from motives of duty died a lamented by his soldiery while the Man who fought from Mere a a personal aggrandizement from motives of a Ait glory was almost deified by the army a after death. A a temper a subject. An Oll gentleman die i at the age of 105� it was thought advisable Atefi but his Long life Temperance principles a committee called in his Gre a Deon for particulars. A a of course he was Tod Perate a suggested1 the committee. ,. 4sr� when �19 first arise in the mor took about half a Glass of pure a Nia Ioa rum a Grandfather was a person of extremely regular habits a this was his uniform custom a replied the grandson. A a this i suppose a said tho inquirer a was give a sort of fillup Hia system after the lethargy of lengthened repose made requisite As an exceptional Case by his very advanced period of life. please Tell us what his pro Chico was during the rest of the Grandfather gentlemen was a per-6oh of very a Reghl Irr habits and Hook nothing else of this sort until it of clock and then 0qly glr�8.of jamaica.rum.�?T? a a Inao cd did he drink anything with Hie meals a a t a a a a not exactly wit i his mean a about half an hour before dinner he drank a it mixture which he was partial consisting of about half and half of cider and rum. But after drinking that it was his. Custom out for a Short walk and return dinner. When dinner ants about half through he would then drink say a gla9s of rum or whiskey As the Case May be and another when dinner was Over Din Ner was always punctually of the table at oho of clock took More until four of look. And after that a Small Quantity in his. Tea. His practice was hot drink anything else until , which visas always nine of clock when had another., Glass or two of or Hickey or re pm unless in decl some neighbor or Friend came in join him. He was very. Hospitable always and As i remarked extremely regular in his a. The committee looked at one another and hesitated about pursuing the. Inquiry any further. It occurred them however that it would 1 6 Well save themselves if possible in regard the use of tobacco a did a Ever smoke a asked Trio chairman. A a a. A. A that a host1 was Opo of his most regular habits. He was not often without a pipe in his Mouth when not a engaged professionally. He did not smoke in surely then used tobacco in other Way a Sugge sted the a my. Grandfather, after ii it Lem a purchased a pertain Quan. Tity of pig he in tobacco a say from Twenty one Twenty three inches in length this he Cut up into seven different portions one of which per Day Ana hire Fie a used for chewing in tho course of the seven Days of the my grandfathers habits As i have observed -., a confound your Grandfather and his Haiti a broke in the questioner out of All patience. Beg your Pardon sir but it is not necessary for us pursue this subject any and Thoy left. A. A licentiousness of discovery of Pompeii has been Worth thousands of Sermone As a vindication of worked by christianity. been forthe. A paintings which still the Walls of the exhumed dwellings the moderns would had Conception of the a mortality of. The a Noie hts all1 that amp a itus has written of the licentiousness of the roman emperors fails make an impression eau amp a that produced by pictures. For that an Idle a luxurious an d despotic Inona Foh should violate every Law human and divine seems Dot impossible but that private.-Oiti-�eii8, a hts old imitate , surpasses belief which is prayer by the. We los of Pom Peir on those Walls 5 the Walls of dwt slings the Walls of the common a Ittig room 1 the vails on which husband a Mother , Inai Aeu , gazed in re Auy Are seen a paintings which would disgrace the vilest modern Baguio the uni a picture prove Iha tit was pot a few , map thus . their �,,.bufc that tues of families Cut end of the h Greab 1 a a ask and even grave a Brit mrva the buy. How Gross and corrupt must that Tafee of society have beep in not Ortity Shook 0$ �11 decorum bit sat in the Yery. Demo of tip a a role itself. A Cultum in , can what brought of a can you. Iell in War a a a a cruel War i4�?T yes my Darlis tic was by the unfortunate Laii Ditzig of a vessel called the Mayflower at Plymouth Book in the year 1520�?� \ v a an incident of army correspondent of the t. Tribune relates the Fol lowing a r. A a it is a singular but significant fact that a there is animosity of a a Ewing Between tho privates of the two armies they Are sometimes caught enjoying their own Lutle private truces and of the Pickit lines. Ron such Obcas ious they Exchange papers talk politics fake Coffee Trade Coffee for tobacco &o., in the my a amicable a a anti or. A most amusing occurrence hap., opened in one portion of our line. The sharpshooters on both sides had got miffed about something and had been shooting at each other All the in orning on Tellow finally Rose up from behind his shelter a making some kind of a free Mason sign and shouts out a a Halloo Reb 1 we Are getting hungry suppose we step awhile arid take dinner a Reb an Swersk a a we a yank say we will you agree a a the word was passed along the lines and All the parties made their Coffee tie ribs drinking Sham and the yank Teal Coffee. When they they were through the yank says a a arc you ready Over thar a a a a Wall then the truce is tip and we will at it arid at it they went correspondent adds that a a these Inci. Denis Are cited simply much easier it is for soldiers come an understanding than it in for exactly. Act a certain general of tie United states army supposing ins favorite horse dead or dered an Tri Shamrin and skip him / what is Silver Sta Ildrid a asked Pat. A a what a that you a replied the officer. A As i bid Yop a Pat went a Brut his business and in an hour or two returned. A a Well Pat where have you been All this time a asked the general. A a a skinning the horse yer Honor.�?�. A a does in take hours perform 8ucb an operation a a a Honor but then you , it took about half a hour catch him a r a. A a catch him 1 fire and furies was alive a a yes yer Honor and you know i could not skin him a a a a a skin him alive 1 did you kill him a a a a be sure i did. You know must obey orders without asking. Questions a mrs. Partington has addressed an influential gentleman the following appeals a dear sir pm a Hart you done know Saab has gone tie contented Field he Vas a grafted lust fall in one of the wings of the army i suppose the flying artillery a i wrote or Straiton telling him not put Isaac where he would get shot acc he was t used it. 1 know what influenza you must have with the president,.and i write thib Pye get Isao on a Furlong can get tended for he writes me two of Tny in a a parrots birr Sec their Bra a ohm a and i think what an awful thing it would be if Isaa was a Pur rpt. When Isaac used tossing a a i want a be an an a la a i did not think he would Job soon be with the swamp a Nefs Down in Char lesion. He says the War will be a ver Lson Ond he will comeback a i Otoria in re sure i wish it was Over nov or Hadnot commenced yes cd yours it a 1/�?�&Quot Huth Partington. I �h7? woman,.Twenty-five years old threw herself into the a Allbe of Niagara Beca Ueo her. Huis Bull a dish aged Federal Soldier was living with another woman. She attempted give Pirttle child a girl the Quot same Fate but two Sre soued. I a Coli furnia of the my Bank Fri Republican Telle a of a been Bijj Piyu Sofii Bitis i Iri the a al f�fir��?~%x4i�oi8e� fert eight by Irtle pm ars Fri n Iiri Gln a teen eight inches Jilong a tii Eye Wei it tits get Bartlett Eize and Stop out at right angles the the Rienz completely enveloping it. A Hend Jwj ii a a lawyer. It fus Choate in Bault and Batter st son Catarind Diek Barton mate of the Glipa Rio ill. Obj la a he on the stand and bad a ered h 1 in at for about an hour that at last Dick got Liis Salt water and hauled by the Fred Bryg the keen i Ostyn lawyer under has batferifcs1 a at the begin Hing of Bis st hot Dick Hall j t .o,t.t0 night was 4dnrk his a he a a Yah and Seren Denly or. Chato aakb3 h i i a a Quot a a was there a Moori that night a a -1 a Yea air.�?T. 1 a a or jib a Aii a yes a Moon Quot m a a Yea. A a tao�n.1 a a s a did you Aee it v �b.1 Quot not a mite 1 by a a. How you know there was 4i mrion a .1 a a nautical Almundo an and ill be-.vwv1�?ot8 00nor�?Tn any.1yor in tia world a a Whitt waa tho principal Lri Marv that night air. -.r., a Bini Solo lamp aboard .the..hallenge/ a Ahyu a Are growing Sharp Mir. Barton. A a what in blazes have Yth a beep grinding my this Horii for Shako trip Drill a i Quot a a. A be civil air. And Fri who latitude and Longitude you crossed the Equator in-?.�?T / 1 11, a a a a a a a la Sho l anti Are Jok Irig a a it i. air 1 i am in Earnest Quot and i Doire you answer me i.�?~-i.sbarit/�?�. A Asp you refuse you v 1 a a yoa�?1 Ofinn .a lib does you Are Ohio of a my the of a a Lippi a ship Grid friable answer a a Aimle a nut a Tion a w i a i,.-.t,. A Yeslo tis the him Loat que Letioa a i aver had peeked me. Thy thought every fool. Of. Khew there a Lnu Trio latitude riri the�?T�?Tequator/1�?T. A a that shot floored Hufus Choate. A a _ Fortuna Ono applied an old of a Inan. Who inc my the vulgar and ignorant had gained Iris ii celebrity in Rilio 1 atfc1 a Ach of Courso by of had something any but Orie a tale unfold a much the purpose that it caused her very soon leave this world if a trouble. After prep iring with a great Deal of nonsense Ahe informed Ahe would never be married but1 Tiit Abe a Roulds live in a Reat splendor for a,1 period but after All be was a a sorry. say a she would Dio poor and miserable. A. ,. Fit. Mind by of of whilst with her companions showed Vety Little of anxiety but tho moment Ahe was left her own reflections priv a trip a fuss tbweff�otiafrbriohta1 Harari gue on a virtuous but week mind. Mark cob sequence she was Timo on Point of marriage with u very worthy and res Peotr ble Young Geti Lemari but Sutti was the Lipold which the1 prediction if the Fortuna Teller Hud Takori on her imagination a that Sho a could never from Flint time a Ochiyo him with her usual affectionate it Tention. quickly Perco Iviria this it of Harigo a endeavoured Leri Rii the cause of it hot fading hib inquiries in Fraet Litile die oils a by efforts of his Ronse Hor. an explanation of her by Hajor which became More arid More Distant and a doubting the sincerity of her. Mufferi Sidn Fri. In thai course Ora Lii tie i iries dise0ritmiied altogether. The Young lady Perot iving Hei self deserted by the Only Man she Benld Ever love and dreading that As Slie had fulfilled the prophecy far the rest might bet Vuturo lot continued dog on a Row weary , resolved put aug of a a Tull btpp.-. This progressive dis�7 _ Honor her in mtg a by Opin mitting a crime that could never be repented of. One my Fri ing. At Trie usual Farnoly finding that she did not upper sent i Quiro the cause when she was Loup a lying,.dead in tier bad it having the Nigl t Belore Tatri two ounces Quot of laudanum effect her purpose. On the toi lot was . Note tailing the part Cirilar reasons shocking in not of which the is the outline. 1 Thiis perished an innocent and Lovely girl in the Flower if her a youth through the Bari i Ful a Fortune telling1 but giving at toe sume time the flattest contradiction the prophecy against her. The True Mere �ups�,1 of years is not life. Erit , arid sleep be exposed darkness and Tea right apace around in the habit and turn the wheel of wealth make reason our bookkeeper and turn thought a Rita tin simple Mirit of Trade this is riot life. A in All this hut a poor Frao Tiou of tho consciousness Liamari Sty is awakened and tho 6apctities6ti\lslum-ber which make it most Worth while liv6� knowledge truth love Beauty Good bes Faith alone can give vital it the me Hon ism of existence the laugh of Miff by i amp High vibrates through the heart a the tears that freshen the dry wast pm wet Wiiri the a Giusio Attiat brings childhood Bank a he pro yer Toliaf Falls the future near the doubt Whigob naps us meditate Quot the death Quot which Rsie i Fly As a with mystery the hardship that Force is Tri i Gle i. The anxiety that ebels Iii Trust Are the True nourishment of Pur National being the f our a Farmers have any idea of the enormous a Quantity of. Hasket Willow annually lift potted of m1"jeuiope, amounting. hundreds of thou Sand of Doit Lars. The import Phi Hasket Willow Cost Alfio tho it Oahu he per cured in the uni ted states for and pay Well it Cah be grip Rufii on Clay soil. 1 there Are thousands of a feb in Jersey Delaware and Maryland Row waste land Quot that could be made prod Ritie if planted with Williw. A we informed agr Siutu Rist informs me that Lana pm Aritz with we Low will re pay the labor Rico re lib Reilly than any Othet Quot tree a he Cricri set oat a Fri Markjr. Ufos which Willow in applied has created a great demand for it. A a y,���i.v. A Good wife a is the a be aie8t of helps Ings. 1 she always attends third feel in ral ,,get8 up in Dafie of the fire in particular. Is Side slipping Dewri the Martlet Over the or Rio a. Rip the. Bakery a and seeing Allaround the iiu8h�rid/rifririoltiarih�ye� Dir a 8 it Tjw�jovrwbi�ux air in a loaf life Wafi a Vrell a whole b , Enofia Peri winks with the a a re a a a iwo town Ochej Itilla Etc the a Rivage Maiden Prii rits her ibo by if. The Bright eyed bearer , pain her Cheek. A. The a Peris Rigi a a Aring in her. Rise a. The Ritiner Ridrigs in ibo or �?~ears. the Iii girdles herself with thai command the other Urraya Hormel find ails if the costliest Quality and. Richest nature they have Heel Chong Edby . A a top a a a a a a a a i Quot a. Or. 1 a it Austria is trying Rabb ,�o0rt%itj�ri� -�tty., Gss i tickets Are offered Tor Sale in this country

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