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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - November 06, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaL. 49. Ifil moan a your country May. It always be right but right or wrong our Carlisle pa., november 6,1862. No m . Tobii Ishad by Btry thursday morning by Job Iivo Bratton. Terms. Feb Senri Dollar and fifty cents paid in Advance two d Alors if paid within the your or a two dollars arid fifty costs if paid within so vein. Toloso terms will to rapidly a Horod to in for Ilic Little. Folks in a minute. Length grew confidently incl almost confidential and did most of , a i had no time for conversation. When we had run amp a a a Henry a Aid a Williame to her son Back on the top of the Box cars to the 1�?~� was employed in drawing houses on a Zenger car which was attached to the Loar of �lat0> a there Are liens in the Garden. Go and the train and the officers. Drive them or they will do Nii Sclier this somewhat Hasi ardonus a move he com-1t a a fenced just As we struck a stretch of. Trestle a a a esl .5,.i Aifa a. Henry i will go. In . No subscription Ilissoo tinned until a which carried the Road Over a Gorge some arc Iii res Oro paid unless at Tuo option of the a fifty feet does. A the locomotive readied r a Quot or. I the end of the trestle work the Grade Roso a in a could see through or inn deep Ono Square,.will to inserted Fli Roo j ont Vav ,i6h the Road ran Sci r out Dollar and Twenty Fiyo Conics for each in a a a a i no insertion. A those of a greater length in ration. A a a Juh Rint Kiou such is Iland Bina posting Hills a Triin . Planks. Dash al. Amp of. Art executed with Ltd a a urn Rit the Short Cut notice. A ,. Into an obstruction. Hll. Tiny Lii firs met. Priloh tub lady of tier . Rih Tilia night a Mac in Lily Bud for my Hund a wait Ira of Liml. Us Inin Law to Ifo Marv. was or How far Alstead i had almost no Conception but Quick As thought and thought is As Quick As lightning under such circumstances i whistled for the Breaks shut off steam and waited the collision. I mrs. Williams loft him in Ordor to attend to her Domestic matters. He kept a drawing. Did he mean to disobey his Mother 2 of no. He said Iti sincerity a i will go a but added mentally a a in a lie had nearly finished a picture of a House. To wanted to finish it before he went. It would take him but a minute. To did finish it As soon As he expected. When it was nearly finished according to his original plan a now would have reversed the Ono Ine but a four thought struck him and ire Rubbe 1 out a that he reversal of its action would crowd up. Farl of Iii "0i k and thus Uisu minute a be tie cars on the trestle work and throw Thoin tii i m re i ii la a my a taif a i May by my bloody plaid Amy soil a by you in Sweet i Aid i. Will Wukou my Mary. A a i May no.-, fare us a i Aney any a tue grief last a loud brow t flare . Think upon thy vow and Allic pro Uii of diary. No fool Negrou in list a Anim know Woitun burst clan Alpine tin the foe j a. His boart must to like belled Bow a 1 Llis foot like Uri a a free a Timo will Nonio with feeling fraught for if i fall in Battle fought thy hit Pluas in Over a dying thought will to a Thoi ight on Theo Mary a and if returned from conquered foes. How blithely will the cloning close How Weot the Linnet song Reposo. To my Young Brido and to Mary. V .11 y Dell till l. How Many thoughts 1 gave Theo a come hither Ltd a the Grasa. A and thou a Gount unfailing it. A the Groon Blades As we pass a or the loaves that sigh and Tramblo to the Sweet wind of the West or tho Ripling of tho River Suu Bouins on its breast a Aud ill count the thoughts i give thee my Beautiful my Blest How Many Joys i owe Thoo al come sit where seas run High Ami ii but tho Jav no billow that break a a the a fiores Ami Ioor tie grains they fondle Are overblown a or Uio Pearlson the deep sea caverns a or the starrvi�?~1 the Milky zone. fun of out the a bits i owe Theo,./. I Quot nay Beau Wiful my. Own i a and hour muck i Procter a a a. 011 f o a scoop the Ocean dry. to thy Fly. a the Star ships of the Sty. A o. Twine a Iliond thy lingers. The sunlight streaming wide a Oil fold it m thy bosom. Quot while the world a is dark beside. And i la toll How much i love thee. My Beautiful my Bride a a ,. A ame a very Fig one. In fact to was so occupied with Hie work that he forgot his Mother had spoken to him in about a Quarter of an hour his. Mother came to it and said 4 Henry the hens Are Hack again in the Garden and they Aro scratching your Flower \ a a Marc they a said Lenry in a tone of I�ur-,.prise. A a in in drive them so faraway that they won get. Back again very Henry in-1 saw a a to make the impression on Liis Nurith a f Eros mind that he had promptly obeyed her was tie a by Siruc Ticki i by iriving out the Lions anti Itiat they Lead a a Nafie to Iii Way Back again. Into the Gorge below forbade nor Quot wan there i sunni in jumping off As tie Steep embankments on either Side would prevent escape Riim the wreck of the cars when the collision a nine. All this was do Cidad in of time and i waited tie. Sitock Lii Elf .1 saw was unavoidable though the Speed Wii Icli was very moderate before Wnm a consid Jeraldy diminish lion in the filly Yards Between the obstacle and tie Bead train Quot that ,\v.e Woi ild certainly run. Info the rear another train in Bill bad Sec i. Terrible exec ution in Missouri. A Roda leaving a space Between them and. The coffins of twelve or third gun paces. Reserves Eva a in of it r. A a. Ii. _ a. I ten rebels shot bar a a Man Ltd Henry never made false statements to his . Lie would have Felt deeply Grid cd if any one had accused him a persons must let g.��0 ? . And Success fun by did chive the selves in regard to this the t a Quot of Ahjit he won a die consists in deceiving. Deceit can Bea a it but a hatred of All the rebels in tues City practice by actions As Well As by words. Do a a Quot a to. In Ltd they on y awaited the com Henry came into the i my weeping. Al a a pm to a a what is the matter a said mrs. Williams j Dentro for revenge. A it Opportunity came at a a the Bens have Sara tube i up All my flow j evs and have dug great holes in to dust themselves in. The seeds i Bill Andrii running an engine in rebel service Flom it Tim teen months in the 11ebel abmv.�?�. Tho Engineer Charles Little refused to run the train in during tho night As he was Well acquainted with the Road and thought if Daog Row is. In addition the Bead lights of tie locomotive being out of order and the of for Dizeo he could make it Burn Oil a it w old possibly run without it to no Williams grew angry probably in of Union sentiments and of wishing 111 delay the train cursed Hirisi roundly a cod at length Lyle him he should Tiu it in Iler a guard adding to the guard already on key cog ii. Quot if any Accident occurs shoot tie i Ai cd Little was a Northern Man. I Quot the threat thus enforced the engine or to yield arid prepared to Start thei i As if haying forgotten an important a Zaifer he said hesitatingly Quot of 1 m Ustiz a a a it some nil Quot and stepping Down off the a walked off towards the engine House it Iii i lie was about Twenty Yards from the a. The guard thought of their duty and one of Topui followed. Fiad can Neil upon a him Todi Alt. Hut in a moment lie was behind flip Machino shop and off in the dense Woods in the deep darkness. The commotion soon toe Chinel and a crowd and while Jiey were Emir sing one Mither All around no fireman and most of the brakes men slipped Oft and Here we were Ceapa of get Fiig ahead. All Liis time a had stood on the engine the Melee but taking no. Part in it when turning to me the colonel said can you run a engine a no sir.�?�. A. A on lib All the Road Asi to Ewe Down 1�?� ,. A yes sir hut Only As a matter of Curi the first car struck was loaded with Hay her it was acting a and Grain. My engine literally split in two e of telling one. Mid it was just As tin owing tie Hay right and loft and scatter-1 ing tho Grain like chaff. The next car hauled with ,.was in like manner torn to pieces and tie horses piled on each Side of the Road. The third ear. Loaded with tents and Ennis equipage seemed to present greater resistance As tho locomotive Only reached it and Raftie to a stand still. My emotions Dur Itig those moments were most Peculiar. I watched the remorseless pressure of the engine with almost admiration. to be deliberate Resolute and insatiable. Tho Shock was. Put great the Advance seemed very slow but it do Neil tin through car after car with it steady and determined course which suggested at that critical moment a vast and Resistless living agent. When motion ceased i know my time by trial Lead come for if col Mol Williams had been thrown from tho to Quot a of the cars into tie Gorge below lie would Hume Forward to execute his threat a a to Slot me if any Accident occurred. I stepped out of the cab on the railing along to tho Soho stack. So As to lie hut of View to a one coming Forward toward the engine and yet to have him in full Light of the lantern which Hung in the cab. Exactly As i surmised of 1 Hud seen his fierce temper and recklessness he came Stu i pig and cursing and jumping from the car on to tie tender lie Drew a pistol acid cried out a a where is that cursed Oil Gincer that did this pretty Jot ? ill shoot him the minute i Lay my yes on him Quot. I my Aix Stuie la a so tiiu Llu Dight of tie lantern u Poi in. Will lie. Could see it 1�?Ttut indistinctly if or. N t. Ami s soil wit i deliberation a a colonel will no As. Ill Yon raise your pistol you dead Man a do met stir hut ii Steiro. Me. I. Have done just Wii at aug Man must have done under Llic . I stopped the trainers soon As possible and 1�?T11 conv Ineo you of it if you Are a reasonable Man but another word of shooting or Yon go j. A Quot a done to slip of done to lie Pricil. A put upyt a or pistol and so will i a i replied. Iio did so and. Came Forward ipod i explained the impossibility of seeing the train sooner and advised the colonel to go Forward and expend his wradi1 find curses on the conductor of tie Forward train who had stopped in such a place without sending a signal Man to the rear. I then informed him that i was an officer and Valt in charge of a shipment for Bowling Oroon and would have him court Martiale when we readied there unless he apologized for the threats he had made. This information had a calming effect on the colonel who was at heart a really Clever fellow. Full parlic�larh.4�f tie scene. A a a ref. From the Palmyra Couff saturday last the 18thujufc,witnessed the performance of n this Orno quiet and Beautiful City of Palmyra which in ordinarily peace fill times Yum old have created a profound sensation a throughout the entire country but which now Sil sircely produces a a distinct Ripple upon the Iii Taco of our turbulent social tide. A. A a say Quot it will to remembered try our readers that on the occasion of Portera descent upon Palmyra lie captured persons an old and highly resp old resident of this City by name Andrew Alloian this person formerly belonged third Missouri cavalry though too old to Endara al tiie hardships of very Active duty. He Iasi therefore detailed As a kind of special or. Extra Provost marshals guard or Cicerone Pic King himself generally useful in a variety of the military of the place. Being an old. Resident arid widely acquainted Willi the people of the place and Vicinity he was frequently called up Lin for information touching the loyalty of Nion which he always gave to the extent of his ability,.though noting we believe in ill Scull cases with great Candor and actuated so Levy by a conscientious a Cire. To discharge his1, a whole duty to a his govern in ent. His knowledge of the surround Irig country was the reason of Liis Lisiria upon to act As a guide to scouting parties arrest disloyal. That the Porter s assent a had no need Uli st for his a blood by the do lib were just coming up and they Are All a onit Cli a a a up Teit nihed murder of their of in Why did., you Tell to Liev were fest pc my a to Ruliffe we a a Tuero before they had destroyed my bed a killed him where Are done to you know How to Start and Stop her a ,. A yes. That is easy enough but if anything should go wrong i could adjust it. A. A no difference no difference sir i must he at b in lying Green to Morrow and you must put her / i looked him in the Eye and said calmly loj Onel Williams i cannot take the response Suity of managing a train with a thousand a a an on Hoard nor will i be forced Todo it by guard who know nothing about am engine Jud who would be As Likely to shoot me for a Quot a duty As. Failing to do it but if Yout nud among the men a fireman Send Ray this guard and came yourself on the too motive f Grill do the Best i now commenced my apprenticeship you running a secession engine with a rebel 00 by Ford the engine behaved ad-,1,1 a Quot a i began to feel quite Safe for Zow every command i gave her As lord acknowledged me her rightful a , Fon a citizen of Lebanon county gives us tho following incident on the subject of procuring a Susti. Tute in that county which proves Lime far necessity will take the Liberal if of Man among All those connected with Cornwall Furnace Man drafted was the proprietor or. Robert Coleman. Not being Able to go himself lie assembled Bis workmen,-and.asked whether any of them would be willing to go in lieu of. Hirr Solf or voiding he was liberally paid. After some hesitate inn one of the men present informed or. Coleman that he was willing to go As a sub ski tote. The Trian was closely questioned and fully informed of the danger to which he subjected himself but he frn Nelv Delia red that he was willing to go on which or. Coleman presented him Check for $3 000, and guaranteed further that in tho absence of tho substitute his family was to receive a sum each week Emir in to that which As a labourer. In addition to Liis rum. Or. Coleman stipulated to to tho wife of tie Man thu acting As a substitute the sum of ?3, can he should he killed in Battle or die by any of the diseases incident to tho Camp. A this is paying liberally certainly for a substitute. This was very respectful language for a Hoy to use to his nil Thor. He Felt angry and guilty and. Wanted somebody blame t think it quite Likely the Reader has Felt and acted in a similar Way. This language brought his disobedience to until he spoke thus his Mother thought lie. Had driven the hens out when she told him to and that they had come again a he new suspected he had a a Tiow far did you drive them when i told you Ali a were in the Garden a said she,.in a tone minced Henry that she knew he . A a 1 wailed just a Minuto till i had finished my House before 1 went. If you had told me they were on my Flower had i should have gone at h. A a you should go at once who Neyer i Tell you Iii v i5j>iu .veni5irk, Tomt you wiil. Obey you another when it is for your ii Teresi. To i do is 1 Quot that is Rioff. Solicit if no. You Arr to in what your cots Tell you in Dii, Cause they Tell you to Doit. If you Ijo tin act from selfish motives acid without regard to their authority you do obey besides you waited Niobe than a just a it a a now nearly or i site half Ai. Hou. Since i spoke to you. The liens were Thoi. Just coming in at the farther cud walk. If you had obeyed me they would hot have touched your bed tho your Flowers is a just pairs Mont for Yoiiro a i did no to mean to wait so Long. / i meant to wait just a minute and then i forgot that you told ,. A that is no exp a see to forget a duty does excuse us from performing it. Life would be a very different thing from Whit it now is if forgetfulness of a duty atoned for doing it. If you intend to obey your parents you must do what they Tell you. To when Uliey toll a. A a i do mean to to obedient a a neighbor coming in at that moment broke off the a conversation. Henry retired at All satisfied with himself and with what had taken place. If he thought Oier matters As he should have done he would Havo formed it least two resolutions 1. Never tract lie. 2. To Render a prompt obedience to his parents commands. A Long since a lot of us i am an h. P., a a High Privato a a were quartered in several wooden tenements end in an inner room of one Lay tho Corpse of a Young Senesh off Ioor awaiting burial. The hews soon a Village far off and of to help those uneasy men and women who wish to escape the noose of Matrimony to copy tho an English record of Many years Hack. A a a certain Iowa Fello v of the baser sort Cine from a Long Way off out of the Shires and in Arrieri a woman who had been whipped round our Tinon More thai onco. The Parish officers wore her bridesmaids and her husband was afraid of receiving curtain Lee Tares for their sole lied was if dirty Straw on the dirty a ground nevertheless lie wearied soon of his life and went to the Parish clerk seeking to be rid of his crooked rib. Solo items of the act Notye try veal cd to the Public whether he was stabbed at Midnight by the the Assassin a own a Quot to at find Day by the. Rifle of tho guerrillas whether to was Hung and his body hidden beneath the scanty Quot soil of thief it or left As food for hogs to fatten us Phi. Or whether like the ill fated wheat his the severed from ear to ear and his in Dye is Iii beneath the wave we Knopf a fit that he was ,�?~ Ca uselessly murder adj of is useless to attempt to deity a 1 when general Mon if a re ova it find ascertained a he or cum statics under which All Sinan had. Been a abducted lie caused to be issued after due deliberation the , notice. a im.i.,, 8ik�jos0ph 0. a sir Andrew citizen of Caj vied from e i Waif h ii ii of persons Iii Law fully a Ritis ,., t the peace of let a a a id bid a of tits by ats rof Missouri and we Sinh bail was under Yule a control this is to. Unify you that unless sahs Andrew alls Mati s returned unharmed to Liis family wit Iii he Days from Date ten Man a lib have let ranged to your band find us Lai fully swot ii you to carry Amis against the govern to Ltd tie United states and who Are now it custody will be shot As a. Moet Reward pm , amongst which is the illegal re straining of said Allsman of his Liberty find if returned presumptively aiding in his murder. Your. Prompt attention to. This will save much suffering yours amp. W. It. , Provost marshal general District n. E. To. Per order of. Brigadier general commanding Mcneil a column. A written duplicate of this notice he caused to lie placed in the hands of the wife of Jos. 0 Porter at her residence in Lewis county who it was Well known was in frequent communication with her husband. The notice. Was published widely and As Porter Wys in Northeast Missouri during tho Whu Leof the ten Days subsequent to the Date of this notice it is impossible that with ail his varied channels of information he remained Unap prised of Senorar Mcneil a determination in the or of general it Ere drawn up in line upon either flank of these executioners. The arrangements completed the doomed men the grass Between their coffins and the soldiers while the Rev. R. M. Rhodes offered up a prayer. At the conclusion of this each prisoner took his seat upon fhe foot of his. Coffin facing the muskets which in a few moments were to launch them into eternity. They were nearly All firm and undaunted. Two or three Only showed signs of most noted of tho ton was Captain Thomas a so Bidet of Monroe county whose capture at Shelbyville in tho disguise of a women we related several weeks since. He was now elegantly attired Iti a suit of Black Broadcloth with White Vest. A luxurious growth of Beautiful hair rolled Down upon his shoulders which with Liis Fine personal appearance could hut bring to mind the handsome but vicious Absalom. There was nothing especially worthy of note in the appearance of the others. A one of them Villis Baker of Lewis county was proven to lie the Man who last year shot and killed sir. Ezekiel Pratte his Union neighbor near Williams town in that county. All tie others wore rebels of lessor Siote the particulars of whose Eri Inos we Are familiar with. A few minutes after one of clock colonel sofa Chin Provost marshal general and Rev. Sir. Rhoades Shook hands with the prisoners two of them accepted. Bandages for their eyes All . A Hundred spectators had gathered around tho amphitheatre to witness the impressive scene. The stillness of death pervaded the officer in command now stopped Forward and gave the word of command a Java by aim fire to a discharges however were Ornado simultaneously probably through want of a perfect previous understanding of the orders and of the time at which to/fire.�?T, two of the rebels fell Back wards upon their coffins and died instantly. Captain Snider sprang Forward and fell with his head towards the soldiers his face upwards his hands clamped upon his breast and tho left leg drawn half Way up. He did move again but died immediately. He had requested the soldiers to aim at lib heart and they obeyed but too the other seven were killed outright in the reserves were Carlod in who despatched Vliem with. Tel air revolvers. A. The lifeless remains were then placed in coffins tho lids upon Wirich tie name of each Man was written wore screwed on find the dire Ful procession returned to town by the same route that it pursued in but Quot the souls of ten men that wont out came Hack. ,. A a friends Chi Hie seven of the corpses 1 al �3 via my a a i l l i. _ fit _ r a Inife on the Baltic Field. Three wore buried by the military in the pub Lio cemetery. The tragedy was Over. A tie Young Queen of Portugal. Took place Fin the 29ti pit at Turin. The Bride at Genoa for Hor future Home immediately after the ceremony by heir brother and Hoir to the throne the Prince of i Delmont. Three Portugesa men of War and the Best part of the italian Fleet the following extract from a letter dated at Corinth on the flt i ult., has been pm Mai i rated to the new York evening Post for publication. It vividly portrays the fearful emotions and anxious thoughts which torture the mind of an observer during the Progress of u Battle and narrates Blit one of the Many harrowing scenes of War which if described i would Reem a stranger than fiction a a ooh my. Friend 1 How can i Tell you of the tortures that have nearly crazed to for the last three Days. Pen is. Powerless to Trace words weak to Convoy one Tittle of the misery i have endured. A i thought myself Strong before. I Havo Seon so much of suffering that i thought my nerves had grown steady and i could hear anything but today 1 am weak and trembling like a frightened child. But do wonder at it. My dear husband lies beside me wounded unto death perhaps. I have lost All Hope of saving him though i thank god for the privilege of being Liis moment beside him. And besides Liis All around me the sufferers lie moaning in agony. There Lias been Little Tim to tend them poor follows. True the surgeons Are Busy All tho time but All the wounded have yet Linen brought in and it rooms us if the time will never Feime when our Brave men shall have been made comfortable As circumstances May permit. It is awful to Lori around me. I can see every imaginable form of suffering and yet am helpless to Aid them any of consequence. A. Since bight before last i have loft my husbands Side for a moment except to get such tilings As i required or to Lund some pour fellow a cup of water. Even us i write my heart throbs achingly to hear the deep groans and. Sharp cries about uie. F. Is sleeping and a i dare close my he should die while i sleep. And it is to keep awake and in a manner relieve my Over burdened heart that i uni writing to you now under such sad auspices. Quot. On the morning of the 3d inst. The fight be Gaii. Tho attack was made in Gen. Mar i Hurt a division and we could plainly hear the Roar of tie artillery Boro As it is about to Miles and a half distance Only from this Dace. A of the fearful agony of that awful awful Day i had soon f. A moment Early in tie morning but it was Only i moment when to bade me Good Bye saying hurriedly As he Tore himself away Pray for me my Quot wife and it i fall god protect you there was something in his look and Tono which struck a chill to my heart and Ovorn moment alter i knew the fight had begun i Felt As if he had indeed Falleni cannot Tell How was Fiore i heard that Oglesby s brigade wits cd aged but it seemed Art fige to to. After that my agony was nearly intolerable. I never had a thought of fear for myself i was thinking Only of f. Then i got tiie word tha he had been hotly pursued by the rebels my had fallen Back. Late in the afternoon 1 succeeded in gaining i Little Inteli Giblo poor Genhackleman was the neck a fifi be giving fit command find cell Mot filly wounded. He died Between 10 find 11 o clock m the Saino nighty i have since Learned. Up to 1 Ful wound rendering the map Tiu the time of. Receiving the wound lie Hod acted helpless unable even to move Ilmi. Thi Uirl ,1. a a i. I a l _____za.m. / it i for the Little folks. A dog on the Baltic Field. Let me toll the children a Story of a in with fun dog whose head i have patted a this dog belonged to one of the Sofii Paiit of the 8th regiment volunteers. I Eairly Knpp Hood was spent fit Birds Point of Missouri a Valiero. At a very Early a ago Hahm i came a great Favorito with the regiment on account of his Beauty for he is a homely Little foil ova hut by reason of the Loving Anil kind disposition manifested toward null into a Liaise society he was permitted to come when this 8th Rigi most with other Union forces loft Birds Point on their expedition up tho Tennessee this dog a Marshall is his name loft the regiment moved in or m a sinking tents on Drill or in prep Ruig Neali on a March or on Hoard Trail Itji to a in a ii huh Point to auth or Marshall was i hoi stunt Marshall after supper would go the rounds of Yaeli company to see if ave Mything. Was right and a would then come to Liis Iii us tors tent and quietly lie Down for the flight. A a in ring tie earlier part of the Battle it the a siege of fort Doi Olson lib seemed very much excited by what was pa9s�fig around Liim and would run from one Point to Auu Tuer apparently in the deepest anxiety As if to in Quiro what All the noise meant., a. During the nights of thursday an i in Ridar when tho regiment slept of their arms Auvid rain Spriow and ice this Little creature Euald Sloop of to quiet because those who n he loved were buffering. His sympathetic my Ore. Seemed ii perfect Accord with the feelings which during that stirring scene Iliad every human breast. ,. On saturday morning when the Battle was fit its fiercest Point a time when grape can is Tor shells Minie Halls and Hilo shot filled the air. With their Sharp Quick i Issig whizzing fearful sound and when the ranks on both sides were terribly Cut Down uni lit tie dog either frightened Liy Somo passing Cannon Ball or by the bursting of some inti v Shell near ii took himself during the Day Quot away from the scene at very late to cover when the firing ceased. Marshall made Liis appearance,.in�?Tgrefitjoy.- going hig tily the rounds of the regiment to see if All was Well he came Hack to Liis,.master�?Ts a Neisy and much troubled fib out something. A finding any Relief. In his Home tent round the Regii Cunt ran and returned As before a suited und in trouble. But without any say there off he ran , and this time to the Batilo Field. among the wounded by Iii find dead to find the object of his a search. Quot strangers whether in other regiments or in the Finkh of the enemy received no Nuon Tion fit in , intent upon finding the of. Meets of his to fifth. A Gin Liis faithful sear ii for Euch among the Many i founded and slain lying there Little i Marshall foil us the body of Civet. W Pany a i. . Who left a Side by tho fragment of a bursting a Ell i it Vna in feat. With the greatest bravery , Fem pored by a coolness Itiat made every us a. U i. L i i Tion effective. When dusk at last put an end of Rin in it h it Lyl Pfouth to the first Dij s conf lion i Learned that Geri. A is ii and tar Oglesby had been dangerously wounded but a ups under the orders of Admiral Albini / no. Intelligence of my i could hear the suspense. Dark As it premises. A Many rebels believed the whole thing was simply intended As a scared Delia ring that Mcneil did dare to carry threat a the ten Days elapsed find no tidings came of the murdered Allsman. It is our intention to dwell at length upon the details of this trains action. The tenth Day expired with last Friday. On. That Day ten rebel prisoners already in custody were selected to with their lives the penalty demanded. The names of the men so selected were As follows a Willis Baker Lewis county. Thos. Piluras to Lewis county Morgan Bixler Lewis county John y. Mcphieeters Lewis county Herbert Hudson Ralls a county a John m. Ralls county Marion Lair rails capt. Thus. A. Snider Munroe in r110 it e startled at the position that a a was placed holding in my hands nine a mire tho Quot a thousand men. Run had no a Twenty five oars Overa Road i the rnnj6v a a a Quot a we to it Quot it a head Light and of is would Only see a Rod ahead Tiu Hiing for i it a,1�?~ knowing almost a lowly about to6 n3ln03a�?T Coulse i Rah it s Only lost a n my Oye from the a in do a re o ? no vet i round out doors Summers guess pm reps up irom th8 Roa Ltd the colonel at Garret or behind the woodpile. F up Mon was sly arid replying to his inquiry if tho Parson could Unm Arry them said a Why Wade need be trouble his reverence have i j boy been his clerk county Eleazor Lake Scotland county All Hallow tide i can do it As Well Asey or Hiram Smith Knox county. ,. A Parson of them All and As sure As there is these parties were informed on Friday now a Good tap of ale at the let us evening that unless or. Allsman was re go there you stand two pots and i will do turned to his family by one of clock on tie All right for so after drinking out his following Day they would All be shot at that fee Solomon took the follow into the Chirch the priests door. �?,�?T said lie a Eye wore most of them a received annoy Norment married Here so put off your jacket and with composure or hey. S. Kneel at confession for a tis a solemn Green of this City remained with them do then they went into the Belfry find bidding ring that night As their spiritual adviser him take off his shoos and stand on a Stool endeavouring to prepare them for their Suddon he gave him the longest rope. A tie that Entrance into the presence of their Milker tightly my lad round your Throat a said sol a Little after 11 of clock a. My a the next Day ,. I omon a and As soon As i am gone kick away three government wagons drove to tho jail town came tearing a sentimental had j rhe Stool. I will return in about an hour Ono contained four and each of the others looking specimen of a Virginia Dumo. I Ivhon you will to unmarried and out of All three rough Board coffins the condemned _ lot me kiss him for his Mother in shot your troubles a a. Man were conducted from the prison and cried As i interrupted her Progress. A a do i a. A seated in tie wagons Ono on each coffin. A a a a Cir whom or hl8 motfl8r�?� cry a couple of Young ladies having bur sufficient _ Fluin ber of soldiers _ _ a the dear Little lieutenant tho one who lies dead within. I never saw him hut of a. I led her through a room in which Young Lieut a a of Philadelphia Lay stretched out on an upturned trough fast asleep. Supposing him to he tho article sought for she rushed up Oxola iming a let to kiss him for his Mother a and approached her lips to his forehead. Liat was Hor amazement when the Quot cd rps a Olas pod his arms around Hor and exclaimed a a never Stind the old lady miss go it on your own to count. I Haven to the slightest a Samuel my Darling a said a fond Mother to her son a in be soon your Bonk for several Days or Inores where is it a Quot a i know where it is -. A Well,.where its Only lost a Little Kinder in the barn or i allowed the nuptial cortege. Maria Pia has it yet completed her fifteenth year correspondent of the London times she Only gave up her doll a few Days ago Preo Isola on tho Day they told her she was engaged to be married. Her Youthful feminine imagine tip a been to Are told greatly startled at the idea of coming at so Early an age into the Possession of a Man on whom she never set her evss.arid tho trying of the poor thing in her private circles is As one Muy Bol a Ove endless. Those tears will dry up no doubt and Hor position at Lisbon wiil be most enviable. The Princess Maria Pia has a very fair complexion rather a tall and very stately figure full grown and Well rounded. Her feat arcs Are . Regular she has some of Oliy least pleasing peculiarities of both her parents the father a somewhat rough specimen of Liis soldierly Raco the Mother a fair and gentle but perfectly Lovely scion of that .hap8burg Lorraine dynasty whose eyes and lips Are a harm or a blemish according to. The Peculiar taste and humor of partial or unfriendly critics. Tho princesses forehead is somewhat massive and prominent tho Eves Small and twinkling the nose ret Rousse the hair a too vivid Auburn her features unremarkable for either symmetry or hand Sorric elegant and sumptuous presents have of course been Bent from All parts hut one which will probably he most Val god by the Young Princess is fro Rii the corporation of Turin. It is an album of Beautiful drawings and water color paintings illustrating the localities among which the childhood of. The Young Bride was spent. The most important present however is from the Pope who is the godfather of the Bride. It consists of a magnificent album All studded with precious stones with two Fine engravings representing tie Virgin and an ecce. Homo. The Popes autograph is on the title Page and Stellar i the Kings chaplain who brought the present from Rome bears with him the pontiffs flossing for the Bride and bridegroom a Nior precious and lasting gift for those who How to Benefit by it. To you no Young men com minced the sail making business at Philadelphia. They bought a lot of ducks from Sto Phon Girard on credit and a Friend had engaged to endorse for them. Each caught a Roll and was carrying it off when Girard remarked. A had you bettor get a Dray a. -�? It is far and to Oan carry it ourselves.a toll your Friend to noon a to endorse your tote. Ill take it without Noto. Red their father who bad an aversion to mat them and the cavalcade started for the fatal 0the a Down East debating society irony conversing on his character the eld grounds. Proceeding Oast to Mam Street the having dismissed the question a whore a Doos Ost observed. Amp re. Euto , Soos out 1.,av0 so to n on or Burn Debato on was a and front Jjo a al so it seemed to so Iirth for him then a started out Battle Field. A of How shall i describe the search of that night it looked like madness. It was madness. But All night Long i straggled amongst bleeding corpses Over dead horses trampled limbs shattered artillery everything that goes to make up the dior Fiji a Battle Field when the Cou Friot is Over. They wore removing the wounded All night. Of think How awful to stumble Over the dead and hear the cries of the dying alone and in the time. I had to Start off alone else they would have let Jne go. As you May suppose i could find Hito either amongst the living or the dead. But the next morning just after Sunrise i came to a Little clump of timbers whore a horse had fallen his head shot Oil and his body half covering a Man whom i supposed his face was to the ground hut As i stooped of look closer i perceived a faint movement of the body then heard a faint stooped and turned tho face upward. Tho head and tho face were both covered with blood _ but when i turned it to the Light i know it in Spito of its Dis figuration. Of god tho agony of that moment sickened me almost to suffocation Leith a strength i thought impossible in me i Drew him Erna he d. Find bleeding from Hon oath the carcass of our door old horse whom we had both to loved ind petted and dipping my handkerchief in a Little Pool of water amongst the Hughes bathed his face Aud pressed some Jno iture Between his parched Siv Ollon lips. He was utterly insensible and Thore. Was a dreadful wound in his head. Both limbs wore crush of hopelessly beneath the horse. Lie was utterly beyond the reach of human skill to save but As soon As possible i had him conveyed to the Hospital. T have nursed Huq Over since hopelessly and with a heart breaking with grief. Oil How Many wives How Many mothers Are to Day mourning tho dead and dying even us i mourn my dying he has opened his eyes to look at or spoken to to to fell. Of could to but Spock to me once before he Dios i should give him up with More a resignation. But to Dio thus without o la old of word 1 of Niy heart is breaking a depriving him of life or reiidoriug1 him Insen Sibio to his of Onditi a. A a a a. Capt. W. Noticed the approach of tie dog just As the shades of evening were gathering around him. He thought it a Harbinger of Good Ovidene of the coping of some on to remove him from that scene of agony and suffering where by a sad1 oversight he Hail lain from to a m. Until that time. V. But the dug Only came to keep Vigil with him during that Long Eold fearful . A seeming to comprehend the sufferings of one whom he loved this ,.faithful Little creature would Caress tho wounded Captain in every Way lie could lying Down a lose by him now roused up again by the groans of tie uni it Thein in a most manner lapping his Minias if to would soothe and Comfort him in such in hour in this Way and in such a Battlo Field Vigil our faithful dog passed the night with the wounded Captain Vin the morning when he is Mastory Van re moved to tho Hospital a service in which the hand now penning these lines was Yai omitted to engage and Liis wound cared for til Little watcher who fib been his Only companion during the past night sought again the regiment and re Assn fid his accustomed quiet . A such is the Fidelity of a dog tar old or. Sims has a queer Way of showing Liis hospitality the Nio Mofit p strip Uvegi comes to his House a Quot a brings him i Pifie knot find a Iutok knife. S. Is a Genuino a Yankee and Mieves there is hut one Plevi Stirp Grehrer than whittling and that is be Flifle shoe pegs for Oate. ,. fences they turned northward entering tho a a hold sister a said the other a a done to let fair grounds half a mile East of the town on us be so ii Asty in tho oho Ioe of our husbands the West Side and thriving within the Cirou lot us marry those whom the Powers above Lar Lamphi theatrical ring paused for the final have destined for us our marriages Are Regis consummation sceno.,. Ter cd in heaven s the ten coffins Weros removed from the wifi a i am sorry for that a replied the Young gon and placed in a Row six or eight feet Ost a a for i am afraid father will tear but the apart forming a Liim North and South about log of. This question. C7�?�,�?~ Jim does your Rathor Eyer whip you a a nto but she does a previous eight worse though a a a a Iii try s. That ? ,3 a Why brio washes my face every morning a al Steep. Pacosz coast of the Centre Pagoda or in plan Adelphia a Ascho Olof do foot West and Hotd cast. Thirty soldiers a Foj. m s. M. Were drawn up in a sin Gle Liri e. Sex Tonding North and Sopt Haifa Cin g l7&Quot to die for oquptrj1 is the last Phi figy when to Are inclined to sin that old tiie Row of Coin s. This line of execution efs riots do and the last thing towards intend to Pimp the Devil is Ever at hand with the Means my immediately at the East base of the a j it a Man named. Mumm advertises for a Wiffin a Western paper. No a Ever keep him. Bit Quot major Bro Thack of tho twelfth Kentucky regiment is a great Favorito with his men. To is a Goriun Ami although a strict and a regular Soldier he is always Evoro. A a instance of Iris humor is thus Rol Atod several of his Mon wore reported upon visiting them tho major a a Here a Here 1 hero a 6aid he a what Ball this a a a a a major dear a Ono of them replied a you know w of be been Hie cooped Upa longtime and when a Feller gets a Chance Hie he Sapt to go it a what a tho matter with you a a a tight that Sall a what Havo you Boen drinking a lager.�?T. A a Well Dat is bettor As the measles so he lets them off. A Mamma May 1 go a fishing a. A yes lad Huff done to go near the and recoil if you fire Drowos a a i Uli fill skin you As you Are alive. fit snip a duh Iii journal Wolfl Sorves that a Handbill annoy Knoing a a Public meeting in hint City states with boundless Libo Dulity that a tho ladies without i stud Tion of sox Are invited to extend it 8�,s�?o tho boy who was told that the Best cure for palpitation of the heart was to quit kissing the girls said a if Tomt is the remedy or High can to proposed i for one suy letter Palmitate. Y a i st a George a said a Young Andy a to her Lover a there is nothing interesting in tho Papor to Day is Thoro a. A a no love hut i Hope there will by one Day when we shall both to interested Quot a a the Young lady blushed and of course Sha said a for shame George. Cd a a i say stranger said Urchin to a Yankee Pedler a done to yer Lii Solo Itiat Ore dog away a a Why. Lie Hainet no Uso no How he�?T6 too ugly. A of hut to saves Heap of a Why he always links the plates Ami dishes so Oloan that they never want washing find Mammy says she part with him no How for dog ainu to got used to Mustard vet. Thera is one thing Moro powerful than the steam engine and that in fashion. Fashion rules tho Lemon the women Rule the men and tie men Rule the world. Fashion is More powerful than All other influences combined. Fashion makes men ridiculous and women takes the human family by the nose Bud leads Thorn into Captivity. Id a Man so Intoci paced that lie can tho id up his head is a tip top fellow. Id it squads a Dolly that a ship of War when at sea keeps every one of her guns in Quot if you would have a Blessing upon your riches bestow a Good portion of them in Charity. A a it the next Best thing to is to be governed by your wife. A

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