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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - November 13, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaQuot our country�?s1\.y it always be 111 111? right or wrong our vol. 49. A Carlisle a Quot tii urmy november 13,1862. No. 23 american Volunteer. Published Evert thursday morning by John b. Brattonii. Terms. Dollar and fifty conts paid 4n Pullara if Raicu within tho Yoag and two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within a he year. These Torras will to rigidly adhered to in a Jerry instance. No subscription discontinued until 11 arrearage Aro paid unless at tho option of the editor. A. Advertise by in tsp accompanied by Thomasn and a it of coding Ono Square will to Insor Tod Throo. Times for 0he Dollar and Twenty five conts fore Aoh additional insertion. Those of a Groat or length in proportion. A. I Jod print not such As hand Bills posting Bills pamphlets Blanks labels amp of. &o., exo outed with accuracy and at the shortest mothers love. We love the friends our hearts hold doa Wiir Sisters and our Brothers a a but most of All to ought to dear Dovo cd mothers. Although this world is dark and drear a its Joys Piir Tako of sadness a yet pow and then Thoro will Appel to a beam of Lovo and Gladi Icsel a a Friend May love us Long and Wolt. And cling through Joy and sorrow a. But then some Ovil cursed spell. ,. May chill his love to Morrow Blit firmer Thau tho love of friends a. And stronger than All other. The purest Lovo to Ever know a a a is that of our dear Mother. A a Sisters love is fond and True. And still of loader fooling approx Atod by tho few. ,. A j but dearer is store a love. A and fonder than All others a a the do rest swot test Lovo Ono Rob. A is a devoted motor s. ,. A a Brothers love is firm and Truo. A father Lovos us longer. A wife s Devotion Groat or still and Hor affection stronger a but dearer than those loves combined and sweeter than All other. There is no Lovo As Truo Aud kind As a devoted Mother. ,. Thoy Tell that spirits hover round from evil to detain us. That friends whom once to know on Earth in heaven May us but dearer hero than Angelus love pm Orer than at others. A the love of Earth to need the most a is. A devoted mothers. A. In let us prize our. Mothers Moro. Chi to they a re i Eft to love us. Sci Idrisu in our hearts their Worda i watch above us a or treat with slug Lac -. A a a Larj hat love pm to All others v. It a a Wwlfe -filt�drfre.v.or. A jutting Bright Trio of mothers. A a never replied Charlotte a i shall never have courage. If you go in my Stead i will make Over the two Hundred florins to i will accept half a replied Catharine quickly a we shall thus both have a dowry and a who knows a perhaps to married tomorrow Lottris in hand Catharine soon reached the fortress the Gates of which were opened to her at the sight of the mysterious Seal. Etc was much pleased with the deference Winch Wab paid her and made up her mind that the stranger must have been some great personage and that the letter contained something important. She examined it Over and Over again burning with curiosity to know the contents. She endeavoured to Peep into tho envelope hut in vain. A if i should without knowing it Causo a coup do eat. Or a revolution exclaimed she. A but after All what Are the peace and War to me. The great thing is to ascertain if Albert and Ludwig Are Hore tho commander a crabbed looking old Soldier who had grown Groy in. The service of his King and country now entered to relieve Hor suspense. Having eyed her from head to foot he said a one of asked for to. It was you Young girl. Here a am. What can i do. For you a a. F is it major Keller commander at Mair Vonburg to. Whom i have tho Honor of speaking.?�?T a a the same.�?T. A i am commissioned to give into your hands. Major a said Catharine presenting the letter. A a. A from whom did you receive it a Contin. Cd he. From a stranger who passed Down the Road about an hour ago a. Let me see a he said starting As he recognized tho Soal and taking off his hat he made a military Salute. A a a ,. Catharine was quite astonished to find that the do Spateri of which she was Tlle bearer received As much Honor As herself. Having read the letter Keller burst into a sudden fit of laughter and then As suddenly gtd gave again and taking out a double Eye Glass Hor for some time. A would you like to be a Vivan Dier a asked the determined major. Vivan Dier ? that would depend on the regiment. If it were for instance in the a what is your dowry a interrupted the ihab81ed by Comado a. Once upon a time there lived near the fort of Marion Burg in Prussia a Fanner by the name of re Wal. He had two daughters charming girls. The two daughters were in Lovo and engaged to be married to two soldiers one each of course. Brothers they were and As strapping Fellows As Ever great Frederick could wish to see. It was expected that the regiment in which the Brothers served would soon be at a neighbouring fort Ross and then the marriage would take place. A Charlotte the younger sister was sitting on the Day in question busily employed Iri knitting while watching her fathers goats a when an old gentleman of Noble and Majestic Carriage stopped before her. To held a. Cape in his hand and wore a military hat and boots and a great coat with a Large rape. A the Young shepherdess had never seen this a gentleman before and his presence she knew not Why inspired her with a feeling of Awe. After regarding her for some time with an Arch smile lie thus addressed her. A what is your name my pretty a Charlotte re Wal at your service Slio replied. A a at my service 1 Well perhaps i May re Huirt your Serrico. How old Are you now a a eighteen at a Liat is your occupation a a a i am shepherdess to my parents who Are formers in the a a Aro you not Man led a. A not yet.a a have you a dowry a a. A i do not knosv.�?T,. A Well Here is something towards one a if you will serve me As you promised to do just now a he said placing in her unwilling hand i purse containing two Hundred florins. So strange did this proceeding appear to tho simple and timid shepherdess that she was quite alarmed and believing this Fine gentleman to be a sorcerer his Gold seemed to Burn her fingers. In the meantime the stranger had. Taken a note Book from his pocket and had written a a few words on a Sheet of paper which he carefully sealed. A Toga Nitro Hundred florins a said he a you have Only to carry to the fort a of Mirenburg. If you show this Seal All the guards will leave you pass. You. Must ask for major tellor the commander and give tho letter into his hands. Do you under tend and Promise to do what i told you a Charlotte wished to reply in the negative hut to refuse seemed to her oven More difficult than to accept so that not knowing what 8a.y> is s was silent and the stranger concluding that her silence gave assent loft her tho letter and tho purse. Ai when he was out of sight tho terror Strick in girl ran to her Bister and related her adventure. Cat Lorino was tho very reverse of her Tim a a a. Gentle sister. She was a Fine Independent spirited girl who would go through anything gain Hor end she liked nothing better than her and Ovon ang01 Hud a harm for a ��ffim�88�on for exclaim in al a i s a sen j Call him a Good an so. F11 h or than a Demon who brought a to toothed tho sergeants Albert and Ludl listen it have been on the March for tho i ni88 i i18&Quot three Days. By these Means Quot news i Quot to Day. What a Surprise for major. Catharine thinking tho majors question very original and wondering what he would Bay next answered 1 not a Large sum Ono Hundred Gold florins tho Carriage of the letter which i have Given a Weil that. Is. A dowry for a Soldier.? a certainly�?o3peoi�ii�y/qr.a Sergeanta but you have not told the fifth company of the third regiment a yes yes to Wilf Seo about that. It is a to Inphany of picked men measuring five feet six inches i doubt a if your Finger permit me. Mademoiselle a said he drawing lits sword and taking her measure with tho Blade. A a a a a. A. A five feet at least. Not amiss not amiss a ,. A major do you a Wisla to enrol me in the a Kings nrioy.?�?T Exola suied to the grim doors Lah. Well what does it matter. You Are a joking Quot. 1 a a a joking with stay there is no longer Auy mystery you May read it yourself. T. ,.Catharine letter from my Jor Keller a hand arid read the fail owing a order to major Coller to choose one of the handsomest men in tho regiment and to marry Linin to the Young girls the bearer of this dispatch. A signed King Frederick ii. A to lion King it was the King Good heavens a. A a a the King himself. Are you not delighted to have made his acquaintance a Catharine was san ponied and exclaimed a to marry me 1 will never give consent. No a. A a a your consent a replied Keller showing her Flie letter a of Liat there is no mention Here.saying those words to rang the hell and said to the Soldier who answered his summons., a. A a 1 Van order from the King to the marriage o to solemnized in half an a in half an hour cried Catharine. A itis impossible itis a lion i say half an hour perhaps will suffice. The time to measure eight or ten grenadiers and to choose ene among Tjem of f 10 Rig lit proportions a said lie Meas during Catharine with1 his Eye. A about five a feet four or six inches. A fair complexion to form a contrast Masumu Isolde a can timed Horvith a military Salute a i shall be a your service in a few a. Presently Keller returned holding a paper in his i have found your Man a said he a and you Aro to Siga this Promise of marriage with him for the chaplain As the Law requires the coi sont of both parties Catharine recovering from her dejection exclaimed a consent. A this paper has to be signed you must name a Well major i will allow myself to to Cut to pieces rather than sign that paper added she standing in an not tudo off determination before the surprised major.,., a a Keally you would make All admirable Grenadier Baid he. He then read aloud the Promise of marriage As follows two the a undersigned you will add your name and sergeant Losten of the third regiment of the grenadiers. A. Hearing tho name of Hosten Catharine changed countenance. A can it by Ludwig a thought she deed Fortune has favored me a a in Good Timo i was sure of it i know tho sex. When to had left tho room Koller colled sergeant Hosten. Albert for this was tho Young surge anti a name now entered making a military Salute. In perceiving tho Young Gill he exclaimed a in la Marine the sister of my betrothed what an unexpected pleasure 1�?T it my Sisters Lover 1 go cruel Jis a Tako Jao Ulatt a Catharine her dream of happiness once More vanishing in the air. A commander what Are your orders a a they afe these sergeant Hosten. In the Kings name you Are appointed to Norry this Young girl a. A Aat the words a in tho Kings a Amo. Albeit shouldered his arms hut on tearing the words which followed lie suddenly let his gun full and stood As if petrified. A do Yuu understand a \ a yes commander taid Albert mechanically. A. A a a quit Rosr. Of an hour is Given you to be Homo acquainted with each other Aud sign marriage a. A la Ardon Enease major cried Albert. _ 1 doubtless his comte ands it is my duty to but you Uii Dorssaud that in a Quarter of an a a. A a Are you speaking it. Random a inquired a the major. major no but the Quot Surprise tho arrangement. Scarcely arrived at the Garrison and to Lac All at once married it is like Cannon which goes off before the match has taken Light. A after All what claim to a hand ?.�?T., a a five feet and inches. She is contented with that. Look at her and take example by Hor. _ a a lug it does Mademoiselle consent to this marriage a. Quot. A a a a a a a a she asks nothing better a a that is to say major put in Catharine a a permit Mon a a you cried 1 Long live tho King and vol a ate Rod to sign ? said tho major. Spot Naf news of them and perhaps them t i a to Day. What a Surprise for a a Boutt Htow to. In a 1 not Liing to picked u florins which Are not Overy Day fcll0fu Wor he Ahe took the Pui a Ido and h8 Pace Oiw letter first to purse one Eldon nil Quot hive Izuo to Tver ii Rob in one he a la tto inu0&Quot a he other she called upon go ii he no in be no of their betrothed. To jsu0 heft rte web to so toot 1 i was mistaken commander replied she a i thought it was Ludwig Hosten Iny betrothed and it is Allier Hosten his brother who is my is store a affianced husband. You deceived me me he was in the Illeth company ,. A it was a taint i ago replied Albert a i exchanged Wittum brother. You see major it was thus Trio mistake Turoso a a Pooh Popili 1 have done with nil these stories 1 the Kings letter is All i care about exclaimed he Reading it again. A order to major Keller to choose a Soldier of the Garrison and to marry him immediately to the Young girl who presents , to Lipini nothing is said there ii out sister a brother,.or lovers. A you my Devir were tho dearer of the letter and you Serge a itt i have chosen.-. be married. These Are my orders. You Avo last five minutes said lie pulling out his watch you have Only a ten left. Malta up Nia to i s a wiil leave you my return. A pne Nio ment Ina air and you shall know All Sai Catharine detaining Linin. A it was pot me Gal , that the King gave Liis letter Hutto my sister Charlotte re Wal whom he met on the Roa-1. Charlotte did not Daro to come to Marienburg so Reamo in Lief Stead tue Refre it is my sister who is to a and if you Nirry me to him you surely i Soher. The King. A really if it were True said hesitatingly. -. A. A a a into -ry.dva.vlotte. Re Wal by the orders of his Majestysaid Albert. A a Fiyo Douht my word continued Catharine a have Charlotte brought Here she will confirm All l have said. A Send fit a charter be Supplicate Albert. and sign. I shall he Hack before Long said major Koller As he loft the room. A. For come time Catharine and Albert Woro silent. A a a Quot How Are to to get put of. This scrape a at length asked Catharine. A i would blow up fort Marienburg spoiler than marry you cried Albert furiously. A a and i would rather he buried alive than marry you a exclaim ipod Catharine weeping. A poor. Charlott Ewhen aur parents betrothed us. Wife would have imagined that such a Groat misfortune As this us a. A and separate us just As to were about to be United a a a but it is not yet done it is impose Shijo if neither of us sign a do you know what i fear Albert that they will dispense with our signatures Aud marry us in ourselves. A in spite of ourselves to cried Albert in a paroxysm of rage. I would sooner tear the Hail from your head Iny Good Catharine. That is the least i owe Charlotte a i would sooner scratch the eyes out of your head my deaf Albert said Catharine in an eos Taoy of grief. A Ludwig May Depond upon that a. At this moment major Koller entered followed by two soldiers. Albert and Catharine separating suddenly looked anxiously towards All in Good time exclaimed Trio m nor. agreed at last. I expected As much i know tho fair sex then turning to Albert lie said in a Low voice in Cash of Ariy on your part my Fine fellow i have Hoo Firlit you two comrades from Trio re rather marry a score of balls and they shall lie served to you hot. At these words Albort shuddered involuntarily. A Twenty balls 1? thought he Quot and lie will do As lie Bays. Good heavens not a word to tho Young girl continued Keller still speaking in an undertone. A to spent for the feelings of fair ladies. I wish for her free consent haying said this Keller twirled his moustache and stationing himself in front of the Young people took up a newspaper and began to read. After a Short interval Trio Drums wore heard and the major spoke. A sergeant Albert Hosten said he a what Are your Sonti ments towards Catharine or own whom his majesty has appointed to be your wife a. A now is ?snid ,.ih alow voice. He is relaxing. Say that i inspire your horror a a. A Well yc3 said he with an Offort Catharino inspires to. He had got so far when tho Drums heat the second time. Ile Judd Only interrupted Hii self and As they boat louder and louder fell on his Kite is beside her exclaiming a i love Quot you Catharine i love you with All my heart i adore her turning to Catharino Wyllo knew not what to think Iio said in ail undertone Hato you he Vor fear hut do not contradict me a re undead. A very a Civ said Keller at the third heat As Albert in the act of kissing Catharines hand. Losten does Cutuli Artie 1�?~eeiproeatc your sentiments a. A yes. Commander she loves me she lives me to pcs portion but excuse the first moment she is in reality Lis delighted As i am. She thanks the King she thanks von. Again the drip mss were Hoard. A is it not so a Niy Good Catharine it Hen in a Low voice a it is for Ludwig he is do not give Ino a your Handa. Catharine was at these words this was the Only thing that coulis Shako her determination if Ludwig was in danger she would do anything to she was silent. The sound of the Drums do creased., a -. A for Ludwig said Albert emphatically and poor Catharine would no longer resist and gave her hand to Albert. A the drum ceased.,. A ,.a a you Seo major cried Albort triumphantly a she Bias Given me her hand 1�?T ,. A so much the better. Now sergeant Ilos ten and Yon Catharino re Wal you have Only to sign Trio engagement,.which is on tho to a Blo at Tieso wofds1 Thoy looked at each Othef. In consternation for they know if they signed they never could in Etrat. A y of first sergeant. 1 yes major certain Lar i am going a a then hearing the Drums lie started and approached the table. He hesitate but Trio Drums heat again he took the Pori then Down and Fidfl Vised his hand across his head in great perplexity. The Drums continued to heat. A thought he quickly taking up Trio pen again and preparing to sign. Oat ii Ino who he.-. 1 in. In govt by want chm his movements caught his hand a of you will not do that Alberta no never a cried Albert recovering himself a rather die then after a Pauso during which a lie last heat of thou drum grow fainter and at lust Censed. Keller who icon attentively observing the scene now said As he slowly Rose. , not signed. ?. A no sir replied Catharino Roso Hetely. A a Farewell cat Lorino answered Albert surrendering his arms to the soldiers and preparing to follow to Happy with Ludwig and Tell Charlotte Liat i die for Hor a at these words Catharine sunk into a hair in a paroxysm i of grief. But just As the soldiers we to leaving the room with Albert the sound of Drums were again heard. There were cries of a to arms to arms a a what is that Orie i Keller in a tone of astonishment. A a. Soldiers belonging to the Kings Oso orthere entered the apartment and among them was Ludwig. They were followed by an officer announced a his majesty the King a Catharines eyes suddenly met those of Ludwig. A Ludwig Here a a what Good Angel sent you a. A a. ? my company entered the fort at tho same time a is that of his majesty and Charlotte a Charlotte with the King a Che Lainio Albert., a yes Charlotte said the King advancing holding tho trembling girl by the hand. Keller Bent one knee to the ground lint was immediately raised by the King who said a no ceremony Here major i i cog nil to i bring Charlotte rei Ivyll in order to convict her of being a Little rebel against the commands of her King. A How is that sire a. A about an hour ago i was. Walking in the Fields like a simple mortal when i met the goddess of answered to the name of Charlotte. 1-considered that in marrying her to a handsome Soldier i should make Ati Mem Rahle couple. You know that is Ono of my hobbles., 1 therefore gave Hor. A letter Lor you major Iri which without Hor knowledge i charged you to find liar o. Husband a i received a Potter Siro hut this Young girl was Trio hearer said he pointing to Catharine. A a All 1 nil Catharine the sister of my messenger she who had tho you Ringo to take her place. Another a a a bal martial and discharge of musketry when your majesty a. of musketry a exclaimed the King. 4 of major that was rather too Mili try ?. A the guns were not yet loaded Biro replied tho major smiling a it was merely a joke of mine. A a know tho fair sex. A and Why. Mademoiselle Catharine re Wal continued the King a would you not marry Iser Gealt Albort Hosten a a because i am betrothed to sergeant Ludwig Hosten answered she boldly. A that has been her song for the last hour and i would not believe her said Tufe major. A a letter was brought me from your majesty a a command to marry the bearer. The hearer was Catharino. I have not deviated from that in ouly attend to orders. Catharine will marry Albert unless your majesty gives a counter order. A of sire a counter order pleaded Charlotte Quot a Siro a counter order in the uni if of heaven implored Ludwig and Albort kneeling before the King. -. A a. A How is it that you do not join in the entreaties Catharine a inquired counter order on no counter order i will marry no Olin hut Ludwig Iny betrothed. A. A a a a a charming charming a cried Trio King laughing. Thon addressing the three Young people at his feet. A Rise my children. Al Bort find Charlotte staid Here said he pointing to his Light a Ludwig and Catlin Rino stand there pointing to his left.,. They obeyed. A two Brothers handsome grenadiers said lie smiling a two Sisters Superb Girs. Now major Keller measure each of the cnjjpl.esa a seller gravely Unish Euklied his sword and proceeded to measure the Young a five feet six in abcs against five feet one Inch and a half and five feet five Nelies and a half not five foot iwo inches.1 the couples Are not. Amiss but Albert Woulff be Nitro suitable to Catharine responded the major. Bali Tor half an Inch a exclaimed the King. Besides Catharine and Ludwig Liiv grow yet. Decidedly i. Will give the counter order and make two quiches instead of of Quot course i shall add two Hundred Golden florins to those i have already Given ,. A ,.sir, How can to thank you enough a cried tho Young Brick. Tho two couples were United. And thus the Cloud which had so suddenly obscured their Bright Hopes was quickly dispelled and Only caused the Sunshine of their happiness to. Seen tho brighter. A chinese curiosity dealers. By wife is the cause of it. It is no More than forty years ago that or. A Carlod at the House of or. T. One very cold on ins Way to ii a ?. A sir said the doctor the. very frosty will you not take something to drink before you Start a. A Ain that Day ardent spirits were deemed in Dispensa Bic to want la in Winter. Who Ooin me icing a journey and. At every stopping Silaco a Long the Road the traveller always used intoxicating drinks to keep him warm a no said or. L i never Tonieh anything of that kind and will Tell you the reason my Toile is the cause of it. A i Iliad been in the habit of meeting some if our neighbors every evening for of playing cards. To assembled a each others shops and liquors were introduced. After a while to in it not so much for playing As drinking and i used to return Home late in Trio evening More or loss intoxicated. My wife always met me at the door affectionately and when i chided her for sit Ting up so into for to Slio kindly replied a i prefer doing so for i cannot sleep when you Are out.�?�. A a a a a this always troubles me. I wish in my heart she would Only begin to scold to for then i Couch have retorted and relieved Iris. Conscience. But Sho always met me with tho same gentle and Loving tilings passed on thus for months when i resolved that i would by returning much intoxicated provoke her displeasure so much As to cause her to lecture to when i meant to answer her , and thus by creating another Issue Between us a Burthen my bosom of its present trouble. A i returned in such a four o clock in the morning. She met me at the door with her usual tenderness and said a come in hns Blind i have just been making a Warni fro for you because 1 knew you would to cold. Take of your boots and Warni your foot and hero is a cup. Of Coffee a a doctor that was too Muela i could not endure it any longer and i resolved that i could never touch another drop while Ive and i never will. A he never did. To lived and died practising total abstinence from intoxicating drinks in a Village where into Moranco has raged As much As in any in this state. ,.that Man was my father and that woman my Mother. This fact above related Wero received from the doctor Hii self on to Iny native Village not Long since. A Man of valuable american judge Relatos the following Annec Dot of a Soldier of the revolution a tho morning following the Battle of York own curiosity to attend tho wound a curiosity Street is a narrow Lane which turns off from the main Street to the right and hero we found everybody from tho commander in chief Down to the Junior Ensign investing curios. Enamels bronzes and Eade Stone formed tho chief attraction. Each shop consists of two or three running Back from the Streer tho third separated from the rest by a Small court Yard and Here the Best things Are to to found the least valuable being invariably placed next the Street in tho most conspicuous place and the Best tilings of All hidden away in. Some quiet drawer or perhaps in tile Box upon which you Aro sitting which As it has a Cushion on it you take to Only n Stool. If the owner cannot persuade you. To buy anything in the outer shop every article in which he asserts to by. A Hondloor tall Stie Ingup his thumb at the same to takes you into another apartment and then a third,.where everything you see is a Tibig gown Bodio or exceedingly tall and up goes the thumb he or rather they for there Are from three to eight men in a Blip according to us Siz Wenteh your Eye As it travels Over their shelves and tables and instantly. Detect you if you appear to notice any particular Pii jct j and if you Are the least impetuous up goes the Price to double or quadruple what they have asked some Ope else half in hour before making the sign of a doll fir which is done by bringing the top of Trio forefinger and thumb together and for Ping a Circle you Point to. Some article that attracts your at Toni fit a. He stands before you with both hands open and poll the fingers spread out before your then the same gesture turning this time the Hacks of his. Hands. There is Twenty dollars a and so he goes on till he arrives at tho number of ten which 1 0 demands generally ending with a three or a seven or some sue i number to show you tho accuracy with which lie has priced the article. 1. You May if you choose begin by offering him about one fourth and so go on advancing until you arrive at what you mean to give him. Then the proper thing for you. To do is to Jake a gesture with your fight hand as1 if you were drawing a tooth from your own Mouth with considerable pain this moans in China that you Are now offering Trio inst Farthing and Tiit it is like loosing a to the that you should give so mucin. Then Mako your final hid on your hands in the same 1001106? is he has asked you Liis Price. Bat John Bull has often a very different Way of dealing Quot he makes up his mind it. Once what to will give offers it and there is j a end to Tojo matter if you. Do. This you will get not Liing until you Are leaving the shop and then lie Calls Yon Hack and the bargain is made or perhaps allowed to go away. Ifni in return probably find your Friend the curio Man in a More pliant mood to has in Price a in is fearfully disgusted when you offer him him ten or Twenty dollars loss than you wore willing to give what to do so if you want to Puzzle him completely and drive him half front to rut your Cheek Down on your hand acid shut your eyes that moans to Morrow and then offer him loss than you to give to Day. This will often alarm him and Lio puts the article into your hand a dem cate Legal very far from Central now Jersey lived two Young lawyers Archy Brown and join Hull. Both wore fond of dropping in at or. Smiths of an ave neg ind spending in hour or two with his Only daughter Mary. One evening when Brown and miss Miry had Yli cussed almost every topic Brown suddenly and with his sweetest tones struck out As follows a a do you think Mary you could leave father and Mother your pleasant Home Here with All its Caso and comforts and go far West with a Young Lawyor who has hut Little besides his profession to depend upon and with him find out a now Home a which it should to your joint duty to beautify Amiyn Ako delightful Liko this a a a dropping Hor head softly on his shoulder Sho answered a a i think a could Arcley a a a Well a said he in. A changed tone and straightening himself up a a there a Tom Vilall is going West and wants to get a wife. Ill Joist mention it to Lincoln a last Story. A old major Downing it is known is quartered in Hie Whito House and has written some letters descriptive of the doings there. The following is supposed to to the last notable scene in that House of mourning and was obtained through an intimate Friend of the major Quot. We have an Worful Soluri time hero Sonco Tlle in Ohio Indian and Pennsylvania and Lowry old Abe Rind Stanton and Welles takes it to 1 Ort Yery Muon and it was More than a week Atter. The Nova begin to cum in before tho president could Tell a Story. To Day to roused up a nuff to Tell us Ono lie said the a reminded him of a log Speke Laturo in la Liaise who wanted to buy nil Trio hogs he could and to a Kendrol the Market he got All in twp or Throe Hanks and opened up an office in Chi Gugo to invite Sellers. One Day an old Feller Cam Iii Lookin old Feller and wanted to soil sum log i. A. A How Many Hov be got a sed the Speculator. A. A a a a i done to know cd a cd by Seys tho old hog drover. A a Yonl see the spa relator a i guess ill take All you can bring any How and the figure was in inc it was a Good Riggor. A now so a the old Feller a jes give to a Paer saying of that you la do Rind put in it that May hogs at Chicago or Alton. Or Springfield jest As i Pense i was in Noil Rint Sii a that a Luid tho Honora. Among others whose limbs info Coinon charged to take you before a court Martini if you Lingo not signed at tho fourth beat of the drum. There is Trio first As the drum was heard outside. Albert Start rid at the 8 lurid. A Yoti know tho discipline continued the inn or a disobedience to the King penalty of death shot immediately then in Como Sergon Rit added he pointing to the table a take tho pon. Now for the conjugal Promise to flour Isle the major went on Reading take each other for it join and wife. Mairon Burg 15th March 1780. There. Mademoiselle you Rise it is not Long. Will you sign this paper yes or no ? no did you say ? then we must take Strong measures said he As he was about to pull tho Bell. Catharine stopped him saying a i beg your Pardon major i did not quite understand. Tho name of tho intended if you please a sergeant Hosten replied major Keller. A is it possible a a a Why not make yourself easy. He is a Brave handsome fellow five Foet five indies and a half it lost Catharine could hardly believe her ears so provide initial did this Cirou instance appear to her the distress which she Hod experienced hut a few minutes before was suddenly changed at tho mention of his Nemo into o a stavies of Joy. Oil then do you still refuse a said the Merijo a a i consent major and am ready to Sig Long Livo King Frodo Rick a Catharino suddenly gaining her self poses Sion exclaiinod�?1 to will not sign major lie does not wish to sign norther do i i he detests me i exec rate him ask Linin if it be not so. Keller was quite puzzled what to make of this sudden change and said addressing Albert a your betrothed is joking,-1 imagine Albort answered timidly�?1 but she is not my betrothed commander. Charlotte her sister is my betrothed. ,. A always the same Story ? i will not stand it any Longor said Koller. And addressing tho soldiers a advanced shoulder arms. You know tho orders that is enough tho two men Obediont to the command placed themselves on either Sido of Albort. Major Kollor then addressed Trio latter in a Low tone a pay your court now and i will Aid you As Woll As i can with my exp Oriondo of tho and the Drums will serve As a serenade. If. Pec and boat you Are not at tho foot of your intended if at tho third not hold out her hand if at tho fourth you do no Sigu it is evident that you of carrying an order Isom your majesty a said . ? ,. A and if you Lead known would you Liao Dono v a a it. A Well to Tell the truth i have delivered it. My brother for instance or my Groat aunt who is sixty six to should line sent if the major Touhl have found some very Handso Uio Soli Iier to marry her a courageous and Clevor is Thoy told me in do charming in cd much injured As to require amputation was a musician who had received a Musket Ball in tho know. As usual in such oases preparations were made to prevent tho possibility of his moving. Says Liri sufferer now doctor what Woi ild you fee at a a my lad in a going to take off your leg and it is necessary that you should to la Slid Down _ a ill consent to fio Sincli tiling. You May fact As her sister sex Pluck the heart from my bosom hut you la Heron the for Horid. Not coi Fine me. Is there a violin in the. Ivil Rige As old Pien Camp ?. If to bring it to me. Continued lie. A imagine my Surprise of Tor a violin was furnished and after turning when about half an Lour Ngo passing the he said _ a, doctor begin. A and he Coutin Uon to play until the opera Ion we Aioli histed about forty minutes was a. Ltd a a i n Mol intr. of ours was travelling a Day or two Shico in tho Vicinity of Buxton. While crossing the Bridge he was stopped by some Young Rii ii one of whom addressed him As follows a say mister got any a whisky. With yer a a no sir politely Rose Mlod our Friend. A done to yer never drink whiskey a a a no sir a a Weri i that is too had. I should like mighty Woll to get some Good whiskey but can to get Home hero. Tell be what a tis stranger its dangerous stuff they have Here Fth outs. We Aro hound to drink anyhow but to draw lots to see which shall drink first the one that draws it goes and drinks and sits Down. We All wait an hour and if to ainu to dead then Avo All drink if he is we try another place. Or people. Think they can to generous hypocrites and bide their feelings Marvoll Ousby Well hut they cannot. All vain tenderness sons Cheriee Pride of Honor or fear of giving gain cannot swindle up a throw ii Sonino inter Stie off glance or action it will appear nuked arid held yet in a tangible living truth. I Jap a Porson was relating to a son of tho j Emerald Oslo How Ono of our generals had. A of course a says tho Speierl Ritner acid he wrote the a Pei a a the old fellow went away and in a few Days Lii Stive pork begun to Somri in. The Elerk in one Day Rind Sci to the Speculator a old Benson see he the old Feller s name was Benson a has sent in 10,000 hogs. And Here is a letter fro Rii Springfield he has sent in 15,000 Oliero and the agent at Alton says lie has sent in 20,000 there and the Money Hasey in a most run out rigid he. Writes for More a a a very Well see. The Speculator a i guess Flint h finish the old Fellers lot a but lie was mistaken. Every morning More letters More hogs driven in More Money Wantedat last the a Pekri Lontor begin to lip Skorod Aud sent for old Benson who you May he Suro Wasny to far away. A. A m Oll old Feller see he a you Hev a Good Many hogs a. -. A right smart lot on Mem see the old Heap. A ill Send in 10,000/More to Thunder Rind Henzes sri the Speculator a a How Many on Airth priv. You a \ a a done to know says old Benson. A i Hev it big bit to Homo yit.�?T. Quot a. A 1 see Here bid Feller Sci the pc Clator a i guess you do better quit delivering jes keep the Money you be got and take All the. Hogs i Hov Quot and let Jne out of that contract a a , found out Berison was a and begin. A a a pile and i i after so. A Iii arc a a Riu a feb in re Kriv if Over his Iago. Fico and wring it a is w a now Jjo so a make the no ply each in ? you a b�ter�is�?� jul Brigid Novrit / tilings to these j-k1�?T i al fun i by join or Serin to to done deliver join Yei. In a afer ird Stanton we can t control the Market a Quick following anecdote of is related by a Cor a respondent of the times lie had it Hijii respect for Bishop Moore a. Man noted not mily f or the purify of his character but also for tiie retiring modesty of Liis disposition and for the esteem in which lie was held. As the Story ran a dinner was Given by some of governor Morriss friends u lion to was departing for. Europe. Bishop Moore and his wife were of the party. Among other things to had made his will in Prospect of Guing abroad and turning to Bisho Moore said Tojim a. Rev. Friend i have bequeathed to you my whole Stock of impudence. Sir you lire not Only very kind hut very generous you Hribb loft me by fur the Greiter portion of your estate. A 1 a a mrs. Moore immediately added a. A my dear von have Zoino into Possession Tif your inheritance remarkably soon Washington at Ijar deadly beloved Henr ors a said a very popular preacher Down South when on tho importance of Perser Franco and Forti horse was killed by a British, a Ashington give up his horse to the Erie my ? not he. Quot fio Sung out it Trio top of his voice a a horse a horse i Rpy kingdom for y horse a horse was instantly brought him by Frank Marion and to drove the British from Trio Field and secured to i of. Liberty of South Carolina. P. A ? Placo where i Mot Charlotte j still found quietly watching her goats tho Young girl whom i believed to he already Botro Thod to a. Gron dior at Marienburg. She told me All Corii plated without missing a. 0 a she asked my Pardon said he. a muscle. Rate a Eteau Metules Erid to boys who Tefft Nettlie Best intend that shall be executed cure for a by a regular marriage.bich Ean to proposed i for one say a for pity a Sake sir entreated Charlotte a i looking at in Dyvig a my hand is not Freo i am already betrothed conjure you to Tako my Bistor in my Plano a a always your sister 1 Iota a pal potato a pig lately walked into i tailors t. A a slip and before to was noticed by tho pro but it is a. In Raptor made his Way toward the cutting boards Attra Tod doubtless by tho smell of a cabbage Iri that locality. To late. I suppose Yori have alter id married Catharino major As i commanded a a nearly sire. I have measured Mademoiselle about five feet i have measured my oho Ioe soldiers and chosen one of five feet six Liq t nil a a a i. Resisted the sergeant Mado wry Taco Ini -8�"i o a this Many of our subscribers whorl i was j ust threatening him with court can 5a7 than Why not open your oct. 0&Quot.the quakers of Illinois Aro to to pub a if in Elm Sash Era can a itealen.Here i7, s Ai i Jet to tho draft and those who Are drafted i Quot ninth j to Albert. A but. I had., to do., Are to fall in or pay. 5200 each. A vat Naff Irrl Quot a a a a a a a Victory with Only a few Lindred men on his Sido when Pat said an to had several Hundred men Ophir Side a yes. A Begora a Saul this ribs Strong. A it the fight it Baton Nugo extended Over an area Ofano Mitono Mil Square and tho Centre was a graveyard where lie the remains of Taylor once president of Trio United states. A a by Adam was fond of his joke and when be saw his sons and daughters marry Ono another lie dryly remarked to eve that if there had been no Apple Oliero would have been no pairing. To the Irish definition of in a open countenance is not a bad one a a Mouth from ear to ear he Quot surely that limn maybe envied who can eat pork chops for support and sleep without a Grunt. A to a caught in Here own not is the Man said when to saw one of tho fair sox hitched in her crinoline. Hpe a Clergyman in one of our country towns after announcing from his pulpit on a sabbat i Iri orning a newly reported Victory gained by our army added a this not Lior the place to Manifest our Joy by a cheering hut we the motions and thereupon lie with the congregation gave a. A silent hut enthusiastic a three times three by. A general swinging in tho air top there is in every Good Many a heart Sublime strength and purity of attachment which to never does fool never can feel for any woman on Earth except his Mother. Bpm Solitude kindly under the Torch of. Christian revelation my Ocomo Trausnig ured forever passing from a Blank negation1 into n secret Hieroglyph to from god and shadowing in tho heart the very dimmest of his Union losses at the late Batties in Maryland Are Optima Tod by general Mcclellan at 10,000. Bc7�?� a. Noble mind disdains to Gaiu its pm Riusuke from Quot rim Lior s pain. A Hahl?10 rain.�?1 where do you Linin from queried a Yankee of a to Riller. A where do you rain from a done train at nil said tho astonished do i Hail so mind your own business. Bpm at a recent conference meeting in Pennsylvania the members were asked a How a Many i tot lire i can you accommodate at your House a one lady arose saying a i Eon Sleepi two hut 1 can eat As Many As you will Send along a. A. Bpm concerning the drafting of gamblers for soldiers vanity fair to links they would not to of Muesli service except Iri the ease of another Indian outbreak when it would be quite tie thing to Sond a brigade of Black logs to fight tie blackfeet. Jagy patience is Good but perseverance is better while tho former a tends As a stoic under difficulties tho Jatter whips them out of the ring. _ bpm Ono of one can give of a household is that the master of a a generally goes out of an evening

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