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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - May 29, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaQuot our country May it always be rights but right or wrong our vol. 48.carlisle, pa., thursday May 29, 1862. No. 51. 5li�i�10al\_vululnteeli. P�ocli9ded every thursday Morriso by John ii Bratton. Terms. Dollar and fifty conts paid a Advance two dollars if paid within tho year and two dollars and fifty gents if not paid within tho your. These terms will to rigidly adhered to in. Every instance no subscription discontinued until All Arrop rages Are paid unless at the option of the editor. A adterti9e5tent9�?accompanied can and not exceeding one Squero. Will to Insor cd Throe times for Ono Dollar and Twenty five cents for each additional insertion. Those of a greater length in proportion. A. is it Antl Bulg posting Bills pamphlets Blanks labels a. A executed with accuracy and pfc the shortest notice. A a the child am the Flowers v by miss h. P. . Radiant with his spirits Light. Vat to the Little of beauteous Obiol a a it sporting round a Foyn Nih Brights a. Playing through tho flow rots wild., a where they grew to lightly st Spody cautious not a Leaf to Crudi. Then about the fount be looped it a. Shop Iii at its merry gush a. While the sparkling Waters a Leedy a laughing As Thoy by Huloa up. A a in his Lilly hands he held. Closely Ola Sedi a tiny cup. Now to put it Forth to fill. A Thon. To Boro it to the Flowers a. Though his fingers there to spill 4. Wlms it held in uni into showers. \ a. V opon pretty buds a said he. A. Quot v opon to the air and Sun a a a so to Morrow see. What my rain to Day has done. A utes , i know for the drink i give you now burst your Little cups and blow. When in a gone and can to toll How. A a wish l would but Soe. ,. A How gods Finger thu ones you. Whon your sides unc Lasp and loft your loaves and doors through. A would watch you All tho Rtiz by a a. Nor in darkness to Ivl Ruid. A a Only once to see aright Tiow is Rasado. .-.�?��?��?�. Quot a now room Moor i shall Como Ain the Tornin from my Bod hero to find among you some. A. A a a with your brightest Solors spread 1 a to his buds to hastened out. At tho dewy morning hour. A. Crying with a joyous god bus made of each a flavor i a. Precious must the ready Faith a. Of tho Little Ebil Drod Bea a in to sight of him who Saith a. Suffer them to. Como to to. ,. An sword by the Smilo of Iloa Voo. A a Ltd. Had to infant s uttering found a ,. A through11 Ltd of wivterigivoa�?T1. A Avon to the thirsty ground. A a Nejo York her Var. A a Sim if to Dpi. A now Martin i be go every tiling stowed Awn in this bundle though it was mighty hard work la to done up them two shims fit fora King and in be stowed it Way a Little Batch of doughnuts in one Corner Imi in to Given you a i Ein Needle Book and tie top is tilled with pins and loud sewing , a id Brown thread Lind of Darwin Needles in one Corner. Ybur be got three pair of nine warm socks that i knit last summer that never went on your feet. You must look nut and not wet Mem whatever chinos for i always thought your father caught his death cold the. Day lie felled the Hickory Troe in the South Meadow tur he came Homo with his feet s up. Pin wet and was so hoarse Hoo a loud word the next Day tote week was gone tho cough Sot in which carried him to his grave. You la Rome Bov Marlin and mind an i done to got your loot wot in. A will do the Best i can Mother. You talk is though you did no to in i a much about the a rough and Tumble time we be gut to go through Bat you mean it All right Quot it was in the of a Small old fashioned country cottage that those words were spoken. You Onuida not have helped liking the old woman a face Pale acid faded though it was with years and sickness and a care it had such a Good Mother look und was Lull of kindness and sympathy. A Quot she was pour und hid her husband had Long ago Laid Down 011 that last Brown Pillow which tho Earth spreads smooth for All her around his grave clustered half a Donzo smaller ones sous and daughters Whu had gone before him. So Martin Johnson was All that roti gained to his Mother the hone and the stuff old age. All tho ton drugs of her love wove themselves around him Ani to was a kind thoughtful and industrious sup whose highest ambition was to off the mortgages on the old Homestead and then to Settle Down there for life. But when the summer crops were mostly in and the Winter and tho hard times premised Little work to recon venue to farm labor he had been induced to join a company of Vul unters forming in his town. And now the last hour with his Mother Hud come and he stands there the Young Brave Stalwart Man a and Thore is a strange weakness about his heart and Husk Tiess in his Throat and he wishes he could got away without speaking the last word. To a Jome Mother a he says stowing the Large bundle in his deep Chat pocket a it is High a time i was off so to must say take care of yourself do and Don t go fretting yourself about me. Ill write As often us a tho old woman put Hor Feolo arms about the Strong Man. A ooh my buy a and tho Quot bobs Shook her Gray hairs a you wont forgot a Dir poor old Mother that Luves you better than her life will you you la reme Najbor How tho morning Sun will never Rise and the night will never fall in which she does no to Pray god to take eare of her boy and you won t forget the Little red covered Bible i put in a Corner of tho bundle a a no i wont forget it. Come now Mother give me a real Hearty cheerful done to look on the dark Side. Maybe i shall be Back before tho year is Over thou if he a done his duty As a Bravo Man should and May to get promoted then you la to proud of your Soldier Hoy a a you re All in be got Martin and if anything should happen Tou to it would break div 1____i_ 1� mrs. Johnson swallowed Down her subs fid drawing Down the Sunburst Faeo to 1 or lips Sho said with a tremulous smile a god bless you. My precious boy in. A god bless you Mother in he could not Trust his voice to speak another word and he dashed away. Stie stood in the door and watched him until he was nut of sight and she saw him Brush his baud across his eyes several1 times before lie turned and waved it Tulier. Once her voice followed after him. A now done to forget the doughnuts,.Martin.�?� a i Shane to the next time in a hungry a Uliey to e tie list ivors she heard. A moment later and la. Was out of sight and mrs. Johnson went in and closed this door. God help him. 1. A is there any tidings irom the War a Squire far Liam a asked mrs. Johnson As the gentleman entered her cottage one pleasant inor Nsang in Early autumn. Far Hiim was a Bluff rub Cund faced corpulent Good a aired shirt of a 1111111. That very morning a Short paragraph in the Founti a newspaper had caught his Eye. And it rail Quot Martin Johnson of the 3d Vermont Regiro 111 e 111, Waif shut by a scout last night while in guard the a Squire saw at the first Glanco that the terrible tidings had not reached mrs. Johnson tile Ltd a ii den Over to condole with her and it had fallen to him to break the news to tie stricken As Best he a Nat. A Well yes a said the gentleman taking a chair in the Small parlor and feeling very awkward a a we be had some news.�?�. There was something in tho tone which a made mrs. Johnson look up with a throb a if fear Hor heart. A is it bad news a Sho asked. A. Quot mrs. Johnson in a sorry for you from my soul a said Squire firn him. Perhaps woman would have broken the news More tenderly but Squire was a very Blunt Man and did it after his fashion. Mrs. Johnson slips grow very came toward a Squire and said in a rapid trembling voice. A a Iivo you heard anything about my buy a a mrs. Johnson lies gone a she did ii it shriek it be Ream Sho sat Down in the nearest chair and lifted up her withered Hiinds and while the tears were swimming Down her. Cheeks a she moaned a Idonat say so a a Nniro , done to say has gone. God has got All the rest and a i thought mod leave him to my Oil age 1 Quot no 110, it can to be that Martins gone that i shall never Hea his Light Quick Stepon the walk or see his dear face come bounding at the door. Bio was All i d got in the wide wide world and then i was so proud of him and him so. A. A my whose yellow curls i used to wind around my fingers Whon he was a baby crowned in hit hip my Little Blue eyed Martin lying away Oil stiff and cold with no Mother to Bond Down her fac Ever him when he looked up and culled on her the last time a of done to say so. My. Heiert will break moaned the poor Mothe Roas the truth began to Dawn Mure fully on her. A Squire fun him was a Strong Man but he a bowed his Heil did wept like a child. At lust for there was a Budden fall. Mrstik Hriso n lipid fainted. _ a god help her a he said Asho lifted her on the Bod in the next Rixtun. A she has said the truth her Hoart will surely dear Reader of tie Golden Back ground of last Sumiller Bow Many such dark and Terri Hie scenes have been painted ? let is who mourn beloved dead upon the in Lola Field he Bumble be pitiful and grate god that no blow has fallen upon our Homos Hud May tie drop the Dews of his Healing an the hearts which have lion a toi a with that anguish for which there is neither help Norton solution. Disc a Ray Ina is somewhere related that Soldier having had Ilia Seull fracture of was told by the doctor that his brains wore visible. A do write acid Tell father of it for he that i had no brains who replied. Tiow Many fathers acid mothers Tell their children this and h no 111,-my teachers too 11ro guilty of similar remarks ii in olten in l Sooh remarks Uon trill Ute not a Little to prevent any development of the brain ? a grown person tells he is lira tiles foolish or a Blockhead or that he is deficient in some mental or literal faculty and in nine Caes out of ten the statement is believed the thought that it atty Lio unit inlay so nets like an ii Cubus. To repress the con la Iti Tico and energies of that a child let any person look tii childhood Days and lie can doubtless recall Many words and expressions which exerted such a discouraging or Enci staging influence Over him As to Tell upon his whole future course of life be know an Albious buy who at the age of ten years had h Leeome so depressed with fault finding my reproof nut Only mingled with encouraging words to emf at an Early age he longed for Jei the 11 take him nut of the world in which he conceived he had no ability to Rise. But while All this no penned so dark Ariand hit and he had been so often told of his faults and Delici Encis that he seamed tho Dull stand worst of Hoys and while none of his Good qualities and capabilities have been mentioned and lie Belit Vad he had none a single word of Praise and carelessly dropped in his hearing changed his. Whole course of thought. We Nye often heard hit say a that word saved the moment he thought he could do Well he resolved that he would and he has Dune Well. Parents and the abhors these Are important considerations. The a Nix Corn crop has Sev Orah format Hie enemies to contend with and among them is the grub which sometimes literally destroys whole Fields or damages the crop seriously. One of the Best and most convenient remedies perhaps the very Best Over suggested is the an plication of Salt As soon is the Plant makes its appearance above ground prepared and used in this Way take one part comm in Salt and Throe pans plus Tor or Gypsum and apply about a Tablespoon Litell around each Hill. It will he found to he a sure Protection. The mixture should not come in contract with the Young plants As it May destroy Thorn. This method has been tried Over and Over again by some Prentice to a Southern it. Green april 4, 1862. Dear Prentice a i used to like you first rate to bought you tho greatest Best smartest wittiest editor in the world like Yew pretty Well now but not near As Well is i used to. You seem to think the Yankees pretty Good sort of Fellows and i in no to like pm. To Tell you the truth. I hate demand love to hate Mem. I hate Mem worse than Ido old Nick now Vou say a like old nit a or hat he likes likes tie people nil say in a a pretty Gnott girl i have got. A Sweet heart in the Southern army and lie can whip any six of Mem and he will do it too in tie next fight. You la see it. Your in a fret. Boelth. A this intr Tang girl a Pouf is generally an invitation Toa kiss Quot in a fret a applies the a a Yankees to All the Brave Fellows who have Como across the Rivers to in Elf the rebellion and the rebels. Well she May compare them to old Nick As much As she likes and we must confess that the Dii fight like the divil. The done to wonder that she hates them for it is evident that they chased her Sweer Liepart out of Bowling Green with the rest of the trying Robles and did no to stay Tong enough for her to look about among them for a sul st tote. This was very provoking to 1 e sure Aiida we presume she gazed a wistfully upon the fleeing love with his coat Tail streaming Back toward her in Mournful Farewell. A a As when Horback her foaming track. Against tho wind is Oloa ving. A Thor trembling Jio non still looks Liao 1 to to Batdor Isles How a a a Belles boasts that her can a whip any six Yankees a but the time fur him to do it if Ever Wai when the Yankees were running hint Newny Froin her especially As he must have re id inthe rebel newspapers that the shooting of the Yankees invaders is a Beauty and if a rebel can without striking a blow Fly from his pretty sweetheart at the approach of Yankees with Sueh a motto he Nuiya terrible whiskers lie May swear like forty troopers he May have a five foot sword dangling Between his legs lie nitty Paro his nails and pick Histo Etli with Abeyie Knif oho May talk of dining on a half dozen Yankees Anil Wash Down Down his dinner with a Lulof their he tied but after Ull lie Wohst answer. In Bello your Rune Gato of a sweetheart wont answer. But never in ind if Only be j a tight and like us As Well As you used to and say your prayer old Road the Bibo and study the Louisville journal showing yourself thereby a Good Ohr Istrati and a Goud Patriot we will upon the return of the u. S. Troops from their victorious Campaign in the South choose hut Epault ted Yankee for you and you shall marry him under the stars and stripes to us becoming not Only tho wife of 11 Patriot but with gods Blessing the proud Mother of a Long line of patriots. 4.i1, Belle a a dust thou like the picture a. Worms. A a. Fame is May expert much trouble this sea son from the depredations of Cut worm. Al a ready their Marks can be seen on plants to High heretofore Havo Ese oped. The past Winter having been comparatively mild but few Worms wore destroyed. A we oui suggest no pertain remedy from their attacks Uther than a it Irful examination of the Corn As it come up. This pest does not travel far from its work and if you see one Plant Cut Down to sure find the enemy lurking in or around the Hill clumps of grass wild chamomile Clover roots and other standing plants afford them first rate to sting places among their Routs and �?z11 such should therefore he removed and sex a tuned when be sure to find Ono or More Worms. Salt has Heon suggested As certain death to Thein but its application is attended with much danger unless composted with Sonio. Thing else a Good he made in this Way take Chicken manure made Hue Bone dust plaster ashes Una phoned at a dry about Une Bushel of each to which add a Litile Peck of coarse Salt. Mix thoroughly and spread it out thin in n dry place until wanted. It should to applied at the Rato of a handful to two to two or three Hills. Ii any thing will serve As a preventive this should and at lie same time it will prove one of tie very Best fertilizers. The injurious properties of Salt cases to Hove any effect when composted in the above Nia Tiner but on tho outlier hand it is made an important part in promoting the growth of whatever it is applied to. Huv Itig a two fold Lione fit banners should give it a trial. If before using the compost it should he found too dry to handle with advantage it May be slightly moistened to prevent its flying away hut 110 More than tune Eom plish this end. Cut Worms do nut like either of the Urt Ioles composing tho above mixture. A tile a editing right Finger this is the fourth Finger on the left hand. Why this particular digit Shemild Lyvo received Suomi a Token of Honor and Trust beyond allies congeners doth m Pagan and Christian times has been variously interpreted. A a the most common explanation is a according to sir Thomas Browne presuming therein that a particular vessel Norve vein or artery is conferred to Hewiett from tho heart a which direct vascular jts i a mini cation Browne shows to he into Menil it i i give another reason Vebi tho Price of Liat Lles at the Battle of Areola the austrians lost in killed and wounded 18,000 men French 15,000. At a Hohenlinden the austrians loss was 14,000 the French 9,000. At Austor Litz the allies out of 80,000 men lost 30,000 in killed wounded or prisoners the French. Only 12,000. At Jena and Auer Stadt tho prussians lost 30,000 men killed and wounded and nearly is to nitty a making 60,000 in All and tho Freuh 14,001 in killed and wounded. At tho Teri Ilic Mittle of eylau. The russians loss was 25 0.j0 111 killed and wounded. And the French . At Friedland the russian a Quot is was 17,000 in killed and wounded the French loss a 0uu. At Wagram the austrians and Frenzen lust each 25,000 men or 50,000 in All in in hed and wounded. At Smolensk the Frenzen loss was 18,000 men that of the russians 10,000. At Borodino which is said to have been a the most murderous and obstinate y fought Battle on record a the French a killed and wounded and prisoners 5u Usu men the russians about tho same Nam 10making in All 100,000 in 0110 Battle i at hut zen the French loss was 18.000 Menthe allies 15,000. At Bautzen the French lost 15,000 Mon the allies 15.000. Dresden where the Hittle lasted two Days the allies lost in killed wounded and p a for a �r3 2?,�? perhaps satisfy those not omits who a a i to satisfied with tho above. Quot by says. A a or thumb whose derivative Pomes. Ibid from its greek equivalent Aii Thicher whiff i Means is Good As is too Busy to he set apart for any Sueh employment tho next Finger to the thumb living protected on that Side beside having other work to do is almost ineligible the opprobrium attaching to the Middle Finger called mediate., put it entirely out of the question and is the Little Finger exposed5, unit is moreover too puny to enter the lists in Sicily a contest the spousal honors devolve naturally on pro Nib tie in the Apollo 1788, it is urged that the fourth Finger was chosen from its being not Only less used than either of tho rest hut More capable of preserving a ring from bruises having this Ono Quy Dity Peculiar to itself that it cannot to extended but in company with some other Finger whereas the. Rest May be stretched out to their full length nud record. Quot never too old la learn. Socrates at an extreme age Learned to play on musical instruments. Cato at eighty years of age thought proper to learn the greek language. Plutarch a when Between seventy and eighty com nonce the study of latin. Boccaccio was thirty live years of age when he commence to his studies in polite Litera Ture yet lie become Ono of the three great masters of the tuscan dialect Dante Anu Petrarch being the tither two. Sir Henry spelt Ari neglected the sciences in his youth but Otimia eced the study of them when he was Between. Fifty and sixty Yoars if Nguc. After Tjimis Timo to became a most Learned antiquarian and lawyer. Colbert the famous French minister at sixty years of age returned to his latin and Law . Ludovico at the great go of 115, Wristo the memoirs of his own time. A singular exertion noticed by Voltaire,.who was himself one of the most remarkable instances of the Progress of age in new studies. Ogilvy the translator of to Operand Virgil was with latin and Gurgak till he a tvs a Quot to the age of fifty. We Franlklin did not fully amp Oman to his Plii-1 Loso Phichol pursuits till he had reached his fiftieth year. _. Accorso a great lawyer,1 being asked wily he began the study of late answered that i tidied lie began it Kite but he should therefore master it the Someier. Dryden in his sixty eight year commenced the translation of the Ilind and Bis most pleasing productions were written in his old �?�4 a. M a . K. A i.,. The following poetic Welcome to Sabbath a morning is very Beautiful with silent Hail tho sacred Giorni which slowly wakes Liilo All tho Field Aro still a soothing Only on Ivory Brzozo is borne a Graver murmur gurgles from tho Rill and Echo answers softer from tho Hill. And softer sings tho Linnet from tho Thorn a. Tho sky Lark wow blog in a Tono less shrill. Hail Light Sorono Hail,.soorod Sabbath morn i tho Rooks float Sih it by the oily Drowos Quot the Sun a Lhoid Rollo. Lustor shows a tho gales that lately sighed along tho Grov Shavo hushed tho ii downy wings in Swent Reposo .ti10 hovering rack of of Odds forgets to Movo so smiled tho Day tho first morn arose. Maternal a Keetion. Of one Murning while i was admiring the beauties of nature i heard tho cry of a Bird which i mistook for that of a Pewee Flycatcher. It was prolonged i thought As if uttered in distress. After looking for the Bird along time in vain an object which i at first supposed to be something that had accidentally lodged in a Branch attracted my attention As i thought i perceived it moving. I now took it for a Young one of the Chuck a Villas widow. Us it sat Lengthwise on the Branch. I shot at. It but perhaps did not hit it As it Only opened and closed its wings As if surprised. At the report of the gun tho old Jiru came holding nod in her claws. She perceived me brutal Lightel and fed her Youngs with great kindness. I shot at both and again missed which might have happened from my having Only Small shot in my gun. The Mother flew in silence sailed Over my head just Long enough to afford to time to to Load yet Ned and to my great Surprise Gentl lifted Hei Young and sailing with it to not tier tree about thirty Yards Distant there. My feelings at that moment i cannot of Spross. I wished i had not discovered the poor Bird for who could have witnessed without emotion striking an example of which none hut a Mother can feel so daring in not performed in the midst of smoke in the presence dreaded and dangerous enemy. A Audubon. Heart a it would break it a done to talk of an Thino Hun Nening. N hats gum a Aat Anile. Instead of a last sob Ana there Isnit another Minuto to spa re a a a timing happening Mother a kept what a Gaud. Come now. Sheer up or i want a last a a _. Of. Tho Best Farmers in Peu Sylvania Delaware and a Tuso in amen r Jersey and when properly applied has never men and the French Between-1luuu am failed to be perfectly sumo Essul. We Hope 000. At Lipsio which lasted three any Quot our banners who have reason to fear the de-1 Napolean lost two marshals Twenty Geuer predation of the grub at pros ont will try 1 als and about 60,000 Iner m Munu tho mixture leaving a few Altern nto rows of de and prisoners the allies a Corn without tho Salt and to us and about 40 000 men upward it the results Germantown Telegraph. I men in All. Besides these were several oth _ Epa 0f minor importance to the foregoing is c7&Quot two irishmen were going to fire off a to the loss of men but Large in the aggregate. Cannon just for fun hut being of an econ there were those of the Bridge of Lodi a Rojoal turn of mind Thoy did not wish to lose most desperate y contested fight the Umnus the Hall us one took an Iron Kettle in his hand Battle of the Nile a sea fight in whih Nel to catch it in and stationing himself in front son lost 895 nmn in killed and wounded and of the Lannun he exclaim of to thei the Freob 5,2_5 men in killed and Wou Iid other who stood. Behind. Holding a lighted edit 4,000 prisoners and 12 out of seventeen Torch. A touch it Aidyl .�?�. I a hips engaged to the action got mire than its irishman employed on a farm was told by the Farmer that one of his duties would to to feed the chickens. This to did daily bit lie observed with much concern that when lie gave them their form Neal pudding an old Drake that was among the flock shovelled it in with Hie Giad Bill much faster than the chickens could do. At last an idea struck him. One evening As usual while was distributing pudding to the fowls lie the following manner Quot Arrah Liu Ilad and bore you Are Agen be Divish Spoonbill Lay under the barn All Day and when i say Chi by Chi by to st. Patrick to Are the first one hero and to pick up three Mouth lulls All in one and now be Luhers and ill fix be Tor that aha to i sure enough path called the Drake Olese to him Quot and its Elcome be Are blast scr ugly Pleter when. 111 done vet la not pick up More nor yer with that got out his knife and trimmed the Drakes Bill off Sharp and slim like a chickens and then. Exulting by threw him Down saying a now. He Rahors be can pick up the feed a Long Side the Bob Tail it in Venn Ngn county Pennsylvania is a queer fellow by the name of Tom Barton who drinks and stutters and stutters and drinks. He has a brother Jim who is glib of Tongue and was a great liar we Hope he has reformed for to professed to become a Good Man and was baptized in the River. It was a hitter old Dav in Winter and the Ioe had to he out to make a place fur the oof Emo by. Turn was in it Tendenes Anil Coloso by. As Jim came up out of the water Tom said to Hima is it of could Jim a a a no not at All a replied Jim. A add do a dip him again my my Ulster a oried Tom Quot he 1-l-l-Lios 8�� a Dolored servant sweeping out a Bachelor s room found a six Onoe on the carpet which he carried to the owner. A you May keep it for your honesty h6a Short time after he missed his Goldi pen Oil Oase and inquired of his norvant if he had seen it. A Yea sir a was the reply. A and what did you do with nth a kept it for my honesty sir. The old Batchelor disappeared. Tie broken engagement chapter i it was a Beautiful evening in tho Dawn of summer. Two form were sitting in close proximity to one another by the window of a twee thousand Dollar House heavily mortgaged in the upper part of this City. Tho hand rested lovingly on that of the other and tho Arm of Ono described a semicircle round tho others Waist. It is hardly necessary to say that they Wero lovers and that this was As far As the Young Man could go in geometry. There was no Light Iii the room but there was no of Haslun for any with her taper Waist and sparkling Oyos and Bis flaming words. This is a Small Sample of their Small talk. A a Dearest Flora Tell 0i1 Tell me what i can do to make myself More worthy of your love. Rid me undertake any Mission you please and i will Ubey. Aye even though it be a to out my hair Short sacrifice my moustache a Wear Large boots or work for my living speak anything Vou Tony command v o Chur los Calm yourself. Dono speak in this terrible Strain Yon Bakenie shudder ,.citarles, i love you Lor yourself then placing her hand gently upon his brow she ,.�?osoft, my love speak soft Niy Oivin and. Tell me do you love me now As much As Ever and will 1 Ever be the same to Yuu Lis i in now a. A a a cur Ahmo swear-1�?� oried the ardent youth dropping upon his Knees fur the. First time in his life but suddenly rising with a troubled expression of countenance is something put him in mind of the tightness of his nether a of Flora there is not a coat that adorns any tailors window in Broadway that Lias so High a place in Iny affections is yourself you Are to me what slander and gossip Are to Young Churchi members or funerals to married to Mon my life my ambit on my Hope my nil a few Days Mure and we shall be United forever. I can scarcely Rou Lize a. The fair one blushed and nestled closer to the Vest pattern of the Happy youth. So to leave them a. Charter was a dark and gloomy night two Days before the time appointed for the nuptial ceremonies of the Young pair. Charlos Bent his Way. Full of to Hope and supper mansion of his beloved. He rang the Bell and was ushered into the paler. Flora was not there and after waiting a few moments he resolved to descend tho stairs to the dining room ostensibly to seek for her hut most probably with visions of spoons dancing through his Ever teeming brain. With steal thy Steps to approached tho door and suddenly opened it. When there burst upo., his astonished gaze a sight which Frodo tho blood within his veins. Upon tie dining room table Lay Many dishes and other articles of crockery. Before it. With dishevelled hair and tucked up grown stood Flora a Hugo carving knife in her hand which she was in the act of plunging into a Pun of hot water. A. She had been caught in the act of doing with one loud shriek she fell to the floor while her distracted Aud bewildered Lover rushed from the House. ,. It is needless to add that of of Torso the engagement along with several Brittle cups was broken on the spot. Thus wore two fond and doting hearts irrevocably separated if Iny Story dear Reader will he the Means of persuading one Young woman never under any circumstances to do any. Work about the House but always to let her Mother and the other servants do it my object is More than Nowom polished. Farewell 1�?new York Atlas. Kicking horses. Horses that Ore disposed to kick in harness May lie cured in Ono half Days time by pursuing the following course have a Yard of thirty to one Hundred feet Square enclosed with a High and Strong Fence. Lead the horse into the Yard then put on him a regular biting bridle buckled Back very close so that to can have Little or no play with his head then take a Basket quid tie it securely to his Tail and just Long enough so that his heels when kicking will reach it Bat not go into. It. Now let him kick meantime talk to him hut at the some time keep out of his Way. Should1 lie throw himself walk up to him and taking hold of the Basket Lay it upon him and All around his heels. After he has Onidi a Little while loosen Ono rein of his bridle and tho other until he can get up. If again to tries to kick buckle the by thug reins again and so keep him until he is quiet. When lie shows .further disposition to kick the Basket take it off. And put on the harness then Hook n a Riffle tree to end tug and Lead him around tho Yard if to shows i fear of it Hook tho other end of it and let it hit jigs heels it every Stop. Very soon he will not notice it. Now loosen his buckling lines and let him. Have ire play of his head drive him around. If lie slows any disposition to kick buckle . The biting rein again and drive him thus Nihil Longcr then again Oncheck him and so continue to. Manage until to exhibits no sign of fear or disposition to kick no matter what May hit his heels. There Are Fow in sos that May not to cured in half a Days time by pursuing the above course. Horses disposed to run away whenever anything hits their heels in harness May also be poured in tho sumo manner. Strong is. Strong butter.�?. A a Why is it my Eon that when you drop your bread and butter it is always tiie butter Side Down a. A i done to know. It Hadnot Orter Lind it a the strongest Side ought to to up and this is the strongest butter i. Have Ever a flush up it is some of your aunts a did she churn it the Groat of Tiv a what your aunt a. A no this hero butter. To make that poor old woman churn it when it is Strong enough to Chimi itself ,. A a hush Zeb in be eat a great Deal worse in the nudist aristocratic houses a. A Well people of rank ought to eat it a Why people of rank a a cause its rank a you Varmint you what makes you talk so smart 1 ,. _ a Causo the butter has. Taken the skin Oil my Tongue Zehv done to lie t i Oano to throw away the butter a. Ill toll you what i would do with keep it to draw blisters. You ought to see the flies keel Over As soon As they touch a Zeb Don t aggregate but hero Quarter go to the Szturo Aud buy a Poi id of l Rosh the army Telegraph Telegraph office was opened Here this morning and. The army corps of Gen. Spring arc pushing on to Richmond. Tho rapidity with which the Telegraph line is brought up. Is lost saturday while the rebels were trying to exhaust their ammunition at one of the trenches this corps run Aline Down to no. 6 fort within four Hundred Yards of tho enemy a pickets and twelve Hundred from their flirt. The shells Sung around them in a Lively manner but the wires were successfully put up in a Short time. This is a Brave and sturdy gang and one of the must valuable of the Porps of the grand Armee. Col. Eckert i at fortress Monroe but we do not hear of him having Tjie Cable ready to work. We May sometimes hear not a fall right do Sunty Quot but a a right eckert.�?�. The James River is navigable for Seir going steamers drawing eleven feet of water quite up to the City of Richmond. That is unless the rebels Hava succeeded in so blocking the Channel with a sunken Stone Fleet above City Point As to Interior with tho Progress of vessels. It seems toi be understood that our gunboats Aro past City Point whore tho River is Many of our gunboats even tho most formidable of them draw not More than nine feet. If it Lias been the policy of Gen my Clellan and Commodore Goldsborough the gunboats much ahead of the Anisiy we see no reason to doubt that by this time Richmond is almost if not quite at the mercy of their Washington Star. C7y�?�now let me Tell Viiu a secret Worth hearing. This looking always Forward Loreu to done to . For what i know of it i would of soon Chase butterflies for a living or bottle up Moonshine for Cloudy nights. The Only True happiness is to Tonko the drop3 of Hap pinos of gel gives them every Day of our lives the boy must learn to be Happy Whon lie is plodding Over his lessons the apprentice he is learning his Trade tie merchant when to is making his Fortune. If he fails to Leorn. This Art he will to Bure to miss his enjoyment when he gains what he sighs for. A a love letter. The following Sweet Morceau which originally appeared in tho new York Union is rezoned to have been picked up in the Park. We insert it As a Miridel worthy the imitation of the love Siek Swain whose situation May he Sueh As to compel him to Cun duet his courtship in writing. _ dear , my love of loves Clair Field Honey nud Oil of Citron White Long sugar it if. My Hopes and molasses of my expectations Yuu Havo been absent from me three whole Days the Sun is dark it mid Dikiy a the Moon and stars Are Blok when Thon Are absent. Thy Stop is the music of tho spheres Aud the wind of thy gown when you pass by is a Sweet Zephyr Bruni the Garden of Paradise in tho time of Early Flowers i i kissed you lion we last met and my was filled with sweetness Ono of your curls touched me on the nose and that Organ was transmuted into loaf sugar a of spice of spices Gardon of delights Send me a lock of your hair Ond to anything that your blessed Finger hath touched and 1 will go raving put per a soldiers re run Ninci Genu Chmait who has spent several months in inward and , informs us that hundreds of prices men who went from that portion of the state Are returning Home glad to Lake the oath of allegiance and give Bonds As the conditions of release up states that tho number of such is estimated at upwards of 3,000. They Declaro themselves sick of the rebellion sorry they went into it und anxious to see Pence re established. He says the disposition of this a less is far better hum that of tho malignant promoters of rebellion who themselves slaying at Home prompted ardent and inconsiderate Young men to join the rebel army. These malignant Are hitter and unrelenting and some of them Enos urge guerillas in their predatory movements desiring to perpetuate tho animosities and hatred they have been Active in or eating. The men who have seen the elephant and a a had enough of it a return Homo better men and tho inf nonce of such in their neighbourhood is most Republican. A a a. K7&Quot a. Fast Man undertook the task of an eccentric preacher. A do you believe the Story of the fatted calf yes a said the preacher. A Well then., was it a mate of Fernale calf that was killed a a a female a replied the divine. A How do you know that a. A a because kinking the in the face i sea that then ale is still alive and . Lingo puzzled them. Selves How to Defino Man so As to distinguish him from other animals. Burke says a smart is an animal that Hooks his a then a save Johnson a the proverb is just which says a there is reason in routing an Adam Smith has hit the Case. A Man a says he a is an animal that makes bargains. No of lick animal does this no dog exchanges hcnc3 with a another Christian tho inclusion Ufi Sermon preached to the ninth Ohio brigade near Shelbyville Tennessee took a huge Rook pulpit and Mccu ipod half an hour in delivering a religious discourse of surpassing eloquence. Lie commenced by saying a a that to did not come there As the general commanding but is Man to Mon and aiming for the same Santo of eternal lie insisted tha t the highest duty of a Soldier was to lie a Christian religion heightened every enjoyment and better prepared him to discharge his duty. A chaplain who was present says a a it was n Sublime scene he Loit an impression on the minds of ins and once never to to the offset of tho Sorn in was heightened by tho foot that tho services wore held on the Mountain top amid tho rugged grandeur of East Tennessee. A bar it cum or. B. Is not a Little of a wag. At a social gathering shortly after he had received Iris diploma the Young la Dies were very anxious to put his knowledge of Medicine to tho test. A a a debtor Quot queried one of tho fair. A a what will curb a Man that has a a a Salt is the Best thing i know of a replied the Tofu Pontod with Groat solemnity. Of tho Southern confederacy May now he bounded As follows on the North by a and Halleck on the East by Burnside and Hunter on the South by fort pick 0113 and tho Gulf Squadron and in the West by Commodore Foote general Butler Commodore Farka out nud Captain Porter what the repels can old saying current in european military circles runs in this Wiso the Spanish to build forts. The French to take them. The English to hold them. To Render this Complete the follow i ing should be. Added tho to evacuate them. A. A Secen woman a readers says tho Louisville journal no doubt remember the statement is to general tilth Niani smother calling to see him at fort Warren with a pass from Secretary Stanton and bitterly upbraiding him in the presence of. The officers of the fort for his treason. A but nil this it would seem was Only a rebel woman Strick tho Boston correspondent of the Chicago times save that the old lady tho in Mont she found an Opportunity slipped a to a i 1 r Volver into the hands of her Robe progeny mad with be stroy 1 Ono look Froni thy Bright in i to it it Wlla tho Possession of that Wen eyes would transport to into tie third heaven 1 your Yein Sare lined with pure Gold of of Ophir and the blood which courses through them is milk and Honey. Your lips Are Rod roses gathered from Eden by the hand of Gabriel your words Are pon that to Inis since been kept in close confinement. So that trick Good woman like tho son in whose behalf you Practised it rooms to have Heon one of a letter found in one molten Pearl dropping from your Mouth 1 my a 0f a 0,, from a texan lady to the col. Heart blazes it the thought of thee my a of t10�?texas ring Mont is the following a said brain is an everlasting fire 1 the blood Burns it i Oiin of in Sago and Fino poetry and scorches my veins and vitals As it passes a a a Hec Omalior through them 1 of come most delightful of Delight and breathe upon me with your ser Phio breath when you do come to sure und bring that two shilling which you borrowed of me As i want to buy Somo tobacco i it is dated o it is said that among a a the prizes Cap tured by the Federal fort Donel son was a Rifle Worth s1.000. Its breach is inlaid with the finest Gold. It belonged to a hotel keeper �11 Memphis and was Wop by him at a horse race a a cd in lit Orturo As in morals there Are a certain taste and Grace which Confer dignity on moderate acquirement and Oliero Are a Noel Gionco. And grossness that disgust even when accompanied with Nicori testable superiority. A 027�?� Evory desire bears its death in its very gratification. Curiosity languishes under re pouted simulations Aud novelties cease to excite Surprise until at length we Cauuet even wonder it a . It consolatory a i am afraid von will Home to want a said an old lady to a Young gentleman. A a in be Como to want already a he replied a i want your Kythe Winter cups look Woll throughout this county promising a splendid yield. The fruit Trees present the Tippe Arance of an abut Dant crop should it escape the Frost the Farmers in some parts of this state Are filtering exons Ivory into the culture of the chinese sugar cute. It is said to twice tho profits of wheat. By a lady being asked to join a Union of the a daughters of Temperance Quot replied a it is unnecessary As i intend to join Ono of the sons sensible lady that. Dt7 the United states government is feeding it least Twenty five thousand negroes daily at a Cost of about ton thousand Dallara per a. T. Try in Irish girl fall so it the Post office the other Day and inquired for a letter. Alter asking the naive the clerk proceeded to look for her is for but pot being successful in finding it �ske4 if the name was in the list of owned letter a a no Laith a answered she 1 11 but f knew its there for i put it in More than a Creek ago and now i want to take it opt to add something to it euro. It a Are you near sighted miss a said on impertinent fellow to a Young lady that did not shoos to Reou Onize him Ltd yes at this distance i Oan hardly a a a Retow you Are a pig or a . I Trust Zefiro no Thor twelve months expires the War will be knocked into the other Sido of tho next Vontury and that Lino Jln a dwelling May he found _ beneath tho Green and quiet Mound Trust Ontso that sign Rdv of Namo May to by strangers hands enrolled among tho Send a it _ _ in of Lomg Sho adds a a a the militia Law has frightened Many and Thoy Are rapidly volunteering tho legislature has appropriated eight thousand dollars to Send an agent around tho Stato to collect clothing fur the Ashington news and weather is very warm in Virginia and tho Carol iras. The soldiers Are suffering for the want of have looks. The government does not Supply them. Here is a Fine Opportunity Ftp the Young ladies to show their patriotism they a build to made up in parcels for whole Regua Euton and not for companies Milton head. Figy the rebels Are tearing up the Railroad tracks rapidly and putting Down their own tracks still More rapidly. A the difference Between a Goose a Book and a Soldier s is that Ono Sheds water and the other blood. women take such Delight in scold ing that it would to cruel not to give then occasion for it. But a number of cases of hydrophobia Are reported to Havo of Currod to gently in Crawford Copty tits Many a Man who is proud to to quark ter master has a wife it Hopee who is whole master a but in this world no Good is unalloyed and there 1b Little evil a that spa not �9 it 9009 seed of what is Good

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