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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - November 30, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA your country May always be right or wrong our 0i�5 vol. 52.carlisle a. Thursday november 30, 1865. Iowa a a a a a a a. A a a a a a a a a a a a go in a a a a a no. 24. Raou Tok Philadelphia a be a ref a let pm cold blows the wind tie heaven Are Gray i i Hom a tops Bow before the blast Back downward to Trio boarded past a Phe Day like Ages tadea away. I beat to a wind and what they said a a and ill the winds of autumn speak a Dirge i. Me and seem to wreck a a Especial sadness on my Bead. Bat s id Dor than the toll v a on common Days is thu a but floats i around me now with poignant note a that grieves to with a or feud a Larwell. A .1 Bear sighing through the , i i. I p when the shadows tall alone i hear most of All a and the dead of night a tis there. A a bar when the mornings Shine. I a 1 Newell Farewell 1�?� Nore or Deco Ivea i hear among the fallen leaves. That Kne her footsteps linked with mine. Quot i jul heir when i dare to dream. Through any path that we Hare to Refl a a i hear in the Emerald Sod d a and m the immemorial hear when the night distils ,. ,.her patient cup for Flowers and Fri its a Surj i hear in the gnarled tree roots a Isle and in tie autumn burnished Bills. A a a. Hear in the landscape round 5 the Given Belov Trio Blu above a i hear of the voice of love that murmurs from the hollow ground. A a i hear As my spirt prays Staj Tarry yet with me nor go a a twill Sling the tenderest nerves of woe in. Adieu i Adieu 1�?� is All says. ,. To car h in the Days to Reboin backward on a Mournful wind a. Through All the Days that Droop behind Quot and in the All in All i see. 7-Ster a 1 a Quot Soj Buch parting make the Ligart grow old and mine alas is one of these a and i am left like autumn tree-1 whose loaves have drop and left them cold. A iwo a. A Quot to tact no i not ungrateful port. ,.a Wor thankless for tiie Days that were and for the to nth Ira a i Wilt Bear. Haio Vur is to Curne. But tit our a a a r?�i44�lh 4as drop of music peace of Dover. I. Tie Sweet events that form the hours the ule a lengthened Chain of Flowers and every Brealy a link of Quot love Jumna. A Toell Necuis. 1 re le�?~4 ban toe last Tonias. I cd map trite i. A a Tom do Forrest was k wild Gay and a v. Truu lie red youth. Ilia father died when 31 he was Lmh to Cli ild nod on him was lavished a i a. All Trio love that Bis Mother could bestow. Being an Only child be was a try to the schools and when he had arrived 1 the age of. Eighteen a More talented. A a a Myoung Ian coir a not Well be found. Hia s. I a a a Mother finally cd Uco a Odt d to Leav her Homo r the cd Jiuu by and go to nov York. To a a Jabero Abe thought Leoni could get a Situ. To Dame wholesale store and be Ahe i a earn Goa Fly blog As Yoou As they. Lead got ctr lot ably settled in their new ill ri/y1o, Leni,.procured a situation in a 1 .v.�a.ybtort�. In win Tan Street and commenced i a la course in life a but. Las after he had. V there Only a love months and had i i a gained his employers pon fluence a a sinful companions id Cyd Fanti to drink the . a Vichy whose i withering damning blight Fiat curbed the a happiest Homes dark ded the brightest presides and Ces Olatta hearts. A a a Beoni lost his situation and fee a we Ile f a i obtained another. He lost this Alao 5till another time he tried and again kind for Kift tune favored him. His Mother Gaye him amp a Good and pious Ccu Crl Watn of a or i a prayed for him and told bib with tear a. Dimond eyes and , fatal Ruihua i that await of Hith if lie did not Reform dts to promised her he would he mean a he fell again. , ii. Good name a bi8 Young heart sickened within him and a a Yew naught but words such As hell never be a anything but a poor Loafer hell die in the Gutter yet a a from lips that should have a broken kind words of encouragement. How a gave up Hope and joined in a a a band of minstrels a he left his Home to travel West Aud South. He was absent several years during his travels be did not forget Hia aged Mother that aged Friend. Who. Never a a forsakes an erring and i Nihil child though. Others May. Despise. A Leoni Aat last Ca do Hoine again. He or a gazed a band to Cit yand night after r relight the strains of Sweet music and in. Enchanting Harmony of their voices awoke flu amp by slumbering Mutti Fop from her dreams to Fietek the Moonlight in twice add listen to. Love s,serenade.�?� ,. A a a a two Maidens were seated Side by a Sido one Spra Paer evening aide by a Ide hear to pen window getting out in the sir Lonce and to get Uty of the night. Fair and Young Thoy Obj Dan trere. One had al. The spirit and brightness in her nature that top Maidens of sunny up Jin Cap. Pc oat Epli brightness lingered a Ray a he. A org Bucu tresses Beauty tinged fer Polt warm Cheek pouted on tie red. Lipo and reposed on her Calm and spotless brow. Music was her voice and her spirit gazed out from to dreamy Depths of her. Dark eyes. She was Adele Danvers. She was an orphan. Kosa Clyde her companion was exactly the reverse of her Kosa had Bright Auburn hair a fair complexion Blue eyes and unlike her Friend possessed Calm quiet heart that never throbbed to with passion or with Joy but Lay silent and Calm in her innocent bosom waiting As were till of love were wafted Oyer to Wake its changeless pulses into life a did you know Leo de Forrest had re turned front the West last inquiredkosa.,a her companion started and the Rich blood Crim soned her cult eks. A no a when did to arrive when did you hear to ? Kate Willis was Here this morning., while you were out Aud she told me that she met him standing on the. Steps of his a Bouse. She said he bowed. and came Down to meet Here then he inquired How All were and said he intended to give them All. A. Serenade and let them know he had. Coma Home. Al Owaid to look did she say ? of a great Deal Darker and older he a got a Mustache now so thick and Bluck that he looks fierce and Bis hair is very Long in curls Down Bis shoulders u did she Sasi i-1� we i m plaid coat Vest and a amp nta All alike and a pair of 4 Patent leathers,t9 and a Long Gold Chain neck and a a a Kossuth hat a and Len be carried a Cane too. That Sall i believe. A i would like to see him you Igsa ?. F a Yea i would. I wonder if to drinks As Imus has did wept away if be h Adnot that one fault he be a Noble fellow 7 do you think so Kosa ? you used to run him Down in every Way. Do you know Rosa i think if he Only would fall in love with some real Good girl she might in time persuade him to do. Right a to leave Olbis wandering life and Settle himself in some steady business i think i could can never to done Adele i Joo might to but you would Only ruin your happiness forever never never think of Loving him unless you would become a drunkards Wile you know not the Power of woman a love Kosa Clyde. Many a Man might have been saved from to drunkards grave if Bis Home had been made Happy Many a Man 1 and any one like Leo de Forrest so idol be so kind possessed of his knowledge and Prid Tjw can be web to do aright. I Wisby l Only had the Chance to show what i could i do in a Day or a week a but Jin time., id make his Little Home a. Place where love and Kin Riousse Bhoi ild Defell id meet him always with a smile and kind word and when id Only got him to stay Home one eve nog id Rouse bib slumbering Pride. Id awake again Hia Aud Point him to a glorious future and picture to his mind a Brilliant destiny Tell him a Noble name awaited him in the end 11 of i kno in be we did a uru the the �?~false., friends around him cast them of and finally Rice High above them All i. A As Adele Danvers littered these lust words Sho seemed us if inspired. A strange wild Light shown from her eyes causing her companion to gaze upon her with mingled admiration und wonder. A Kosa Clyde length smiled and gazing carelessly out of ,0 6 by Indus said a a i would not i Jap to risk my happiness for the trial anyway. However you an Opportunity do of beae Days perhaps to try Toto strength of your on your a pro Tuat is if he stays Long enough City. I Shalt not shrink from if Ever so happens Kosa. To there Jess. Pppe shh r silence. 4 neither wished t0 to no a the conversation and thus they sat Side by a Side gazing out into the Pijl night their thoughts wandering in widely different spheres. T chapter ii. Suddenly a Tosa Clyde drow Back from the window and Wei spread to her companion they Are com ii net a of a a guitar came tinkling Awo etl on the and the two girls Drew together the blinds and awaited the serenade. The Drep toned Bell from to told the Midnight hour Aud. A the last stroke died away the Gato that admitted into the Yard was opened Noia Lessly and one by one eight dark figures stole in Ppd ranged thamam or its beneath the windows. Suddenly to pro stole on the a wild and thrilling gush of the sweetest instr Inetal Harmony raised and fell swelled out Long and shrill and then died away fainter and setter until sounded As though were far away in the distance then last while the listeners had almost hushed the beatings of their enraptured hearts burst Forth once More in a startling flourish of Gllnn grandeur and died away like the Mournful wail of the Wood on the rippling sea. Of How Sweet How Beautiful exc latin both girls al a be. The overture by a ended. Then came a glee Sung by fair Fine voices. A figure now stepped out into the Moonlight and running Over to strings of his guitar Sang in a Rich Tenor voice the following Bono. Slumber not. Lady slumber not Long Light of the floats the a amp under Era a song for i be been roaming Over land and Overa us faithful i come once More unto thee. A Uver again will i Pari from by Side gently ill whisper a a frit thou be my Bride a slumber not lady slumber not Long awake love and list to the wanderers song. I a i. Friends have proved false unto me lady fair time Hap,.overwhelmed me with sorrows Jmdej Caine. Oft have i languished in sickness and pain thinking never see again now in be Vetu Rnea. Jady fair from afar a twas thy did guide like a a Beautiful Star Wilt thou be my Bride gentle lady Ere Long. And bid me no Moro sing song Quot a. A a c. A. I to. Is. A the serenade was ended and one by one those Dusky forma glided silently away. As Leoni do Forrest turned to follow his companion a. Something fell in the grass his i ept. He raised in hib band Wii p i Piquet of Choice Flowers he glanced upward,., caught one glimpse of a fair hand the Sweet , Good night. And then turned and departed with a glad heart. A a 1.after serenading a few More places Leoni bade his companions Good night a by the Way was morning a and sought his Bumble Home. His. Mother pad not yet retired. The youth opened the door and entered to. T . do Youj sit up so late Mother he asked As be kissed her affectionately. ,. I was waiting for Yon my sop and the Hind Patent smiled Lor heart Wao glad. Why because her boy was not intoxicated because. Reason beamed from those dark eyes. Because Bis form a amp a upright and his step Manly. Because in Short his manhood debased stood before her As she prayed to see him in the Imago of his maker god. Then they prayed together and retired to remit. A ,. I the Yonng Many a dreams were pleasant oppt night and that fond mothers repose was Calm and untroubled. Love and Hope had both begun their Good work love in the bosom of the wandering boy. And Hope in the breast of that kind and indulgent Mother. V. ,. The next eve bin Leoni started out to meet some of his companions. He came to e bait on a Corner in one of the principal thorough lies and leaning against a tree stood gazing the Busy throng passing to and fro before him. A a a he hat stood the a hut a few moments Ere a familiar voice appeared in the throng. He started could be miss Danvers he looked again a Tina a her l inn moment he was b her aide and her hand was clasped in tils. She was glad to Bee him. She inquired a few things concerning his travels and after a few compliments on both sides she passed on. Leoni stood and watched her retreating figure Motil disappeared from View then to gave a Long sigh and re a Gay How he was dressed. Rosa 7 _ some Twenty minutes had elapsed and no familiar countenances passed before him. He thought he would stroll farther Down the Avenue when to i there came that fairy torm again a miss Danvers was coming Back. She was walking rape Day for was nearly nine o clock., she smiled As she passed by. But did not a fuse. Loni knew that she was going Home he wished to speak a Lew words to her., what better Opportunity won wild to have than Ttye present .onec?.j he he agitate 1 a moment and last a few Hasty strides and he was by her Side. ,. on your Way Home Misa Danvers ? he inquired.-�., a f the Maiden smiled walked a Little slower and be plied ves sir. Shall i accompany you 7a. I if you please but 1 have Only a few blocks to go. Side by Side they walked in a Short time they were engaged in Earnest conversation. Leoni told a he Fiir girl of Many pm cos he Hud visited while he qua Jetway spoke of his troubles and disappointments is Well As of the successes be had met with As though she were his sister. In fact his nature., he bad no brother or sister of Bis own Ned she seemed like Somr near find dear Friend to who Ito relate All his rials Aud ,.and in thoth he could Trust. Sobe talked on and aha listened always manifesting tho same Livols interest in everything he said while times sprae kind word of advice or encouragement fell softly Fri Fri her lips causing Bis wild and Boyish heart to throb with gentle and pleasurably emotions. length they the Gate Ore Leoni w As hardly aware Thoj had Pitne so far hero they paused a Mph Tiemit each thinking there was something More that Ali Only be said but each not knowing what they should say. ? a Tyone to you Coile to length inquired the Maiden. No i believe not to night is rather Ute,.now a v but you will Call and see a is soon will you Wojt. I big a Adele for my friends Are so few in is City True friends that i a know How to prize Ope when we meet. Wad new Flore word re Werey interchanged Between them and then they parted. Leonid a heart was Light As he Bent is a is toward his Home. seemed to him As though he had been travelling form Tfir Ough some silent and gloom Wood Wiwi e All ,.and �onelioes8r he Quot had met with no Friend Point bpm the Road to to sunny Glades tho Bright Sunshine Ard Tjie Blooming Flowers until last when i3opo had fled and despair had almost clutched him in her Bony grasp an Angel lorm appeared and. While be. Gathered new strength the Sunshine burst in upon him to darkness flow away and sparkling streams ran dancing through the. Fairest a Glade of Beauty while Syren song Birds chanted in Bis ears the wild entrancing Inelow of love. Such dream of. Youthful hearts Whu first they feel loves ter us. Leoni de Forrest decl not forget his Promise to Call on his Ong Friend. The following Sabbath he was there in the evening Prid on other evening during to a none week. A Totne passed on and of a. length became until Dame Rumor old of thergo Ipp told Wenj Emty that they were engaged. they were right. Who knows l .il�4. Up uni de Forrest become steady ? a Rumor am Luff sip said that he bad not. Interested friends ult ter ominous prophecies concerning the future late of this in Iceni. Ping couple. Old maids a d crusty Vache lorb. All hid something to. Predict. Sorne thought to poor fellow would live about two year Ana then die in the streets while the wife would of course go to the county House. Others imagined and supposed that the Yonng Man would go off with the minstrels again be he had become sick of the state. A few More the tight. This and o few More thought that while a certain class thought a vast Deal about everything but did no to exactly like to say anything advice that wondrous thing which we can always get so cheap was Given to tho Maiden from All quarters. A a done to marry him a come to her ears lips and in the midst of All the you glovers walked out one Bright evening and were married. Of he to a pity 1 exclaimed one to another. What a pity she has married Hin. Abut in a Short time Toni found a situation and went to work., Bia Young wife tried to encourage him in a very Way and for a while things went on comfortably enough. But the Young husbands salary was Small scarcely sufficient for them to live upon and he became disheartened when to saw no Prospect of advancement. Again be Bod recourse to that vile draught that often before had blighted Bis most Brilliant prospects of Success in life. Re was discharged. When he came Home and saw tho Pale sad of his Young Bride conscience Mote him and be sat Down and wept Long and bitterly Adele tto Row her armb around Hia neck and liado.,him cheer up and try again. She pointed out to him Ttye course to should pursue and told Iii i the world forsook Hirn till cling unto brio and share with him his Fate jew Biever. That Fate might spoke of a Glo Rinus and him and told him set to would win a Good and a he would abandon his worldly pleasures and touch not the in Lisp Nous Bowel. A she Aid she was willing to toil to Kielp hit in until he obtained a by her. ,iand.endui3 poll the Little Depipi Vairons thut Lor be would be subjected to .she,.,would not complain but of be played for him to. Reform. And be a Man among men. The Young husband promised he would and she was Happy. A i. A. J Reader Leoni de Forrest did not keep that Promise. Weot out Day after Day and sought for employment. He went to Hia they would not Aid him be onus he had drank. He went to strangers. They did not want Bim a they had heard his name before. He told jibe tii if they would give ii would do rights he Almat. Begged work for the Sake of 4iia wife hpbe., the answer was no we do Dot want any assistance present and these were men men born in a Christian land i men who pretended to be themselves human brings some of them related by ties blood to him fio asked them not for Money b ask cd Theta not for did. He. Only asked for work that be might earn Money to Purchase the loved ones bread. God in his own time will judge heart sick weary almost hopeless the Young Man walked toward Home lest in. A dream of Mournful bitterness. He had tried harder on that Day than on any of tho preceding ones although he was almost afraid times to enter the Large Stoita for Lear someone would treat him with colds Dess for he still possessed a Small remnant of Pride amid his poverty and misfortunes he had got about half Way Home when he met one of his old companions. Hallo Leo inhere Are you bound for inquired Jack Tracy. You look As if you bad lost All your friends. V i believe i have Jack for i have been All Over new York trying to find a sit nation and i am altogether discouraged for i find to get anything to of . Yes i suppose but Why done to you go on the a Edge again ? 4 i cat get you a Good engagement to. Travel you want to go. In be got one myself and All we want is a Good Tenor to make our company Complete. Will you take an engagement Leo 7 ,. A 4 i cannot on account of my wife and child. Besides in be left the business altogether.,., of that a . Well lets go and Tako a drink before we part company any a Way. Maybe Well not meet amp Gaia very soon. Home along. Leo by stated. Then tho tempter whispered in his oar a our Glass will do you gqyd.,.to followed his companion in. Glass after clubs they drank and when they parted the Young husband was intoxicated. To went directly Home but his step water , Tiia eyes languid and Dull while a simple Jer disfigured his features. lie staggered into the Hall and fumbled to find the door Knob making considerable noise. Adle opened the door but started Hack when she saw her husband she said him whatever but assisted him to pull off his boots and helped hire to the bed in which to fell heavily soot ii he fell into a sleep the Young wife looked tho so ppr All untouched upon the table then Clasi ing her innocent babe closer to her breast she sat Down by Cha bed Side and wept bitterly a wondering infant looked up in its mothers face and smiled while tie shadows o night deepened and the twinkling stars came Forth in Beauty Bright. Thu. Evening Breeze sighed mournfully the Cricket chirped jts sad notes the clock ticked regular and monotonous and the Yong wife kneeling in that cat Hiir prayed for her Eiring husband unto god. Her husband and the father Lay slumbering tincodmiou8 of what was passing around him dreaming not of a wife a loneliness her misery or a. ,.oh�?z Joman a Many a re the trial Tipti Hast to a undergo trials the world knows not of and thou dread terror rom thy poisonous blasts Many a Happy heart and a Liow of desolation Over the fairest gardens of Blooming attention 4. Chapter iv., when Leoni awoke the next morning to experienced a deep feeling of a Bajue shame with a Crim soned Blush,.dinged Bis Check when into the Boih where Bis Young Wile had breakfast Alt prepared for him. He looked toward the stove and there a Nico plate of buttered Toast and a cup of Tea was waiting for him. He sat Down the table had bathed his flushed face and by Fridg brow and Filo placed tho of morning meal before him inquiring kindly the tho same time How do you feel this morning Leo 7 a 1 the Young Man looked up her h6r forbearance Aud kindness touched his heart. 4?or an instant to looked Down. His Manly breast began to heave. A deep Long drawn sigh came heavily Forth hib lip trembled bitter tears gushed Forth from Bia eyes and , one after another. Down his Cheeks. He could not cat Lor the Fountain of. Affection had been tenderly touched and its Waters were troubled. After Hia anguish and remorse Bud subsided he requested Adle Tjo bore and Ait beside him. The Young wife did As he desired. I have made you a Grout Many promises to fio rights have i not Adle ? yes. My dear husband you have Well Dearest if i should make you one More could you believe me 7 yes Leo i god bless you Ray own wife i will , before god that i will never Iiri Uisu to Roy lips the cup that holds that Poison which in toxicities and steals away Ray reason i will shun in every Way and strive to Wio Good and Noble name fax make thoe Iajipy q0d hears to i this is my last Promise i. Thero was a solemn silk Nae in that Little room seemed As if the recording Angel of a be moot. High had decided from above and borne the glad tidings my to other worlds a soul is Savod from destruction 1my they a v7ith the tip a. A Rry a around each other their innocent babe Between them filled with new and Butler Hopes. The darkness had gone and the Light shone in upon was the Light from the burning beams of an unseen world that penetrated the chaotic Midnight of their Alula and bade them be of Good cheer. Theirs was a Happy he to although was r friends smiled when the Yonng wife told them her husband Hud reformed med. Some laughed and ridiculed the ideas others safari. Done to Yogi believe till you see . Not one breathed in her eur a solitary word of Consolation or of Hope. Still sue believed her husband still sire strove to cheer him Onward when others almost scorned him still she Cly mfr to him when All the rust forsook him knowing Well that his Brilliant and uis slumbering ambition once fully Aro sufi would carry him Onward and Onward. Up the craggy steeps of fumes High Rapij Jitu until la amp to be could ook far Hack far downward on the path he bad trod and Side by Side Thoy could stand together. That a the Admir. Ing world wove Fame a Green wreaths of Praise. Shed twine them round Bis weary brow and with him smile on those whom he fur above theirs would be a glorious Triumph the Victory of right and Resolution Over contemptuous and sneer fog foes. Cd Leoni de Forrest found one Friend. He did not despise him because he had been unfortunate hut did according to the passage which some people ought to have continually before the do be Alijo into Utiler As do unto Lepni a Prim anew Hobt he Rose higher and higher in society f. H�9 gained wealth and Faroe to and Noti Are happier now than himself and Bis faithful wife. Friends thronged Frond Tobin. Oven those who had refused him Aid in his hour of peed. He welcomed All alike yet sought not the Friendship of adj living contended within the limits of uis own Happy fireside. Old in Aid a and old bachelors bad grown old and More crusty Dame Rumor and Dame gossip Bud lost their Teeth and wore wigs but still their tongues Haa not rusted on their hinges and still they invented numerous stories that never Hurt anybody but themselves. To will leave them in their a happiness. A a a Young men shun the intoxicating Bow Fly from As you would from the plague if you have promised to Reform time and again and have repeatedly sinned done to give up the ship find a new Channel in the Ocean of life in which to sail Tako in a Good cargo of firmness and resolutions and throw the rum Over boards then spread your Canvas of Hope to catch the Gale of Fortune stand him the Holm and you will weather tho fiercest Gale you will outside the wildest storms and Anchor safely last in a peaceful port i fyn stand bold on your banners the last a Bouisse. To a Church where there was a Call for a minister two candidates appeared whose names were Adam and Low. The latter preached an elegant discourse from the text a a a Adam where Art thou/7�?T in the afternoon Adamsi reached from Troio words to Here am.i.? ,. The will., the old lady who related the outline of tho following singular Story heard told in her youth Means As a fiction but As a Teal occurrence. A she Eyen once knew the name of tho Northern family concerned in but that with the exact dates she has now forgotten if she Ever knew the Attar and. Having never written Down the Story she had no Means of recovering tho Iii. However from her express mention of a tight wig worn by the benevolent old hero of tho tale we have fixed the strange occur Ronde not earlier than tie last Century. A Warda the a end of a Gusty Otoc Berk Day about the year 1830. A barrister of. The Temple was sitting Reading when the opening of the door and tho servant s announcement of a Gont Lement a interrupted him. Ket Rose to receive his visitor who proved to be a perfect stranger a person of very gentlemanly but extremely old fashioned appearance. He was dressed in a grave coloured suit of antique out a neat tight Gray wig surrounded his serious and oven solemn physiognomy silk stockings rolled the knee enormous shoo Bokios of Gold a Cane headed with the Savilio Metal and a bread bummed and unlocked hat completed his equipment which was in fashion of the last three years of a Lliam tho third or tho first of successor. Having stiffly bowed in the exp Way Desei bed by to quote of tho Era to which he seemed to belong to took the chair offered to him by his he amp to and after n preparatory hem thus began in a slow and a i think Are the lawyer employed by the so family Wlmes pipe to in Yorkshire you Aro therefore aware is about to be sold.�?T.1 have sir a answered the barrister a full instructions and Powers to not Splete tho disposal of which,.though a Haiti jul duty to ,.-must be performed a a ,.t a is a duty you May dispense said the visitor Waring his hand a the property need not be sold.�?T. May i presume to ask sir whether you Are any relation o the family if so you must he acquainted with tho absolute necessity of Selling in Oon sequence of tho claim of another Branch of tho family just returned from beyond sea who As heir Law is naturally possessor of the estate in default of a will to the contrary and who desires its value in Money instead of the land. The present possessor is Quot unable to buy and must therefore depart a. A you Are mistaken a to plaid the , rather testily you seem not to know of of or. S is great Grandfather by which he not Only left that his real estate to his favorite grandson this gentleman a father but even entailed on his great great great grandson.�?T. ,. ,. A such a will sir,�?T,.said the barrister 1 was indeed supposed a Foy Many years to exist and in virtue of or. S has until now Peno Only enjoyed the property but on the claimants Sporch having been Mada for Sither the belief proves wholly unfounded or has been lout or destroyed. Coh pets chests Overy room inhabited and uninhabited have been ransacked in . A has now Given up All Hope of finding the Sale is to be completed in the course of next week and tho Fine old place must pass into the hands of strangers.�?T. . U Are mistaken once again Youn men a said tho stranger striking his Cane on the floor a 1 say sir the will exists. Of ii me Diu Tely continued to in an authoritative tone travel night und Day. You May eave an old family from disgrace and ruin. In the end room of the left Wing now a Hubit de is a closet in tho a we Haye lucked there a interrupted the barrister. A , sir there is a closet i say. I that closet is a Largo Chest that Chest has a false Bottom and under sati that is the deed. I no certain of what i say .1 saw deposited there no matter when or Liy whom. Go,.you will find Woith your trouble. My name sir is Hugh s. 1. Am not new Personalty known to the proprietor of s Hall am his relation and have his welfare heart. Neglect not to follow my advice. So saying the Rose again bowed and the door put on his hat in n fashion that would have Enon Nind an Elegante of Queen Anne s Day mid sliding the Eilken string of his Cane on the Little Finger of his right hand on which Jtb e lawyer had remarked a very Fine Brilliant ring lie descended the stairs and departed leaving the barrister in the utmost astonishment first he Felt half inclined to Oon Sidor the whole As a hoax. Then again when be thought of the a grave manner and the intimate knowledge he must have possessed of the House to be Able to describe the closet so exactly in which the Ehst was he could not but believe him to be sincere. A a a. a a a a length aft a much deliberation he decided upon immediate departure arid arrived on the evening of the fourth Day. s Hall. Tho Sale had been the Only theme of conversation every place he passed through within Twenty Miles of his destination. And much was la i cited that the Squire leaving Hie Jipse forever and that poor or. John would never a enjoy Hie rights a a they persisted in calling tho Possession of the estate. On tho Entrance into the mansion sign of approaching Ohio enl everywhere met Hie Oye. Packages filled the Hall servants with sorrowful Bonf Nannes were hurrying about and the family were lingering sadly Over tho last dinner they wore Ever to partake of in their old regretted Home. Or. S. Greeted his Friend with a Surprise which Ohanga a to incredulity when tie barrister a questing his private ear declared the reason of hib appearance. A cannot Eaid he. A in Likely that no one should Ever have heard of the hiding of the deed but the you mention ? Depond upon you Liao icon deceived my dear Friend. I am Only in Rev you should have taken so i Job trouble to so Little a a a the barrister mentioned the name of his visitor. A Hugh s exclaim cd the gentleman laughing a i have not in relation in the world of thut 4 is Worth the trying however a said the lawyer. A and since i have come so Lar i will finish the or. 8-- seeing his Friend so determined length consented to satisfy Hin and accompanied him towards tho apartment Jie specified. As they crossed one of tie roams Iti their Way he suddenly a topped before a Large full length picture. 4 for heaven a oried he a 4 who in this a4 my granduncle a returned or. S4 a Good old fellow As Over lived. I wish with All my heart he Wae alive now but he Haa been dead jhe6a.thirty a what Yraac Hia Cama v. His 4 Hugh the Only our of the family of that a that is the Man who in Lead upon me. Drees his hat his very ring Are they proceeded to the closet lifted tho Falao Bottom of tho trunk and found the defend a the kind old Anglo was never again seen. Artemus w4rd�?Ts aut0b1ocb�phl by no Lebelt. No York Niar fifth ave of hotel d org 3 lot. J or. Sir a yrs into with you ask to to Send you earn Leaden incidents of my life so you can write my by Gray fur tie papers Oum Tiogoly to hand. I he to no do Tibt that is article onto my life Grammato Yonally jerked Uhd properly Punto Atod would be a addition to tho Chriso Litora Toor of the Day.-.&,��/ . i was Bora in the Stata of Maine of . As a infant i attracted a great Deal of attention. Tho Nabers would stand Over my Oracle for Hovirs and say j4 Hovy Brit that Little Apo looks 1 Tiow much to Timbo 1�?� the Young ladies would Harry to round in Tharo arms saying i was 44 Buzz Era a Bezzy Darlin and Sweety Soety a a tie was Nice though i Wasny told on if to appreciate . In a a healthy old Darlin now. I have Alius sustained a Good moral Karao ter. I Wao never a Railroad director in my in Early life i did not invariably Confino myself to truth in my Small Bill i have bin Grad ouly grown Rosse Stabler and Respeto of Tyler every year. A 1 Luv my evil Drew and never mistake another Man s wife for my own. In a not a member of any Melotin House but i firmly Heleve houses and should not feel Safe to take a dose of laudanum and Lay Down in tho Street of a Village that Hadnot any with a thou end dollars in Niy Vest pocket. my temper ont in billions altho i done to owe a Dollar in the world i am an Early Riser. My a pre Oliy Terian. I May add that i am also Bald bedded. I keep two cows. A. I live in Baldwinsville. Indian. My next door is old Steve Billins. Lie Tell you a Little Story about uld Steve that will make you Larf to joined the Church last Spring and the minister said a a you must go Home now brother Bill Ina and erect a family alter in your House a whereupon the ogre is old Ouss went Home and Hilt a Reglar pulpit in his settin Ruom. He had the liners in Hia House every four Days. ,. A. D i Mil 66 56 years of age. Time with his relentless Edythe 1b Sver Bizzy. Lie Gatli ors Mem in who gathers Mem in. I keep a pig this year. A a a i done to think of Enn thing Moro or. Edi tin. A a a if you should give my portrait in connection with my Biog by please have to on Gravid in a languishing atty god loaning oin a Marble pillar leavin my Back hair As in not. A Trcoli yours Autemus Ward. Slave pen in Massachusetts. Colonel Loyall did not forget tho country he had made Hie Home even after be had deserted and found another in England. By his will he bequeathed 2000 acres of land to Lay a. Foundation for a professorship of Law in Harvard University while a he rest of Hie estate was confils Atod. The proceeds of tha Laud were Eft. To accumulate till they were sufficient to support a professor. The professorship bears his own name every Oata Dogus proclaiming to the world that the greatest anti slavery state in the Union educates this very Day her sons by the endowment of a slaveholder and a slave trader and the proceeds of the Sale of innocent men women and children Etlou on the coast of Africa penned in Medford and sold again in Vir. Ginia and 1 so strangely Are things connected and so Little has Massachusetts and now England whereof to glory 1 a word to methodists. Timos without number you have listened to your preachers i neighing against the Catholic Priesthood and As often have you heard from them mingled terms of commiseration for. And censure of tho 44 ignorant do Peon who blindly allow tho Selvea to be 14 priest-riddon.�?�. such times you h ave Boen made to feel that you alone belonged to the Truo democratic Church a tho of Huron a wherein True Freedom had an abiding Plano. How do you feel now How have you Felt for the whole period of the War lately Torrin Ato were you 44 priest Ridden or Are .Ra that nearly nine tenths of our Prah cifors Wero rampant 44 you know that4every town and Village in tha North had its methodist preacher whose Sor yikes tho disposal of a War meeting either to add fuel to the deadly flames of civil War or to top off with Pic yer tha discordant Orion for bleed and murder of ambitious demagogues and Quot thieving Palitti a Oins. Have you Ever dated to Boatti Torl any of your proaeher.s political propositions Quot Hare you Eror had tho courage to suggest to him the propriety of. Occasionally preaching 44 Christ and him crucified a instead of mating political speeches Polloc tide the wages of Ein therefor and loafing around Etrest Oor nors with Groody anxiety for bloody new and sinful gossip ? have you not tit fitly fallen in with his vengeful mood against44 tray tors a and destruction As his Otilia or else sunk your views both As Titi Zens fend christians deep Down in your own Hearte prayerfully hoping for the darkness to pass away have you or have you not been 44 priest Ridden a you either fell in with Jour preacher in All Hie political View and under religions cloak tried to expel him in the bitterness of your hate of 44 traitors fend Porcu Tion of a a Copperhead a a of you sealed your lips and feared to remonstrate against tha devils info Fenaes within tho Church or to withdraw from . Hava Yon or have you not to Reform Beau a a priest rid done priest rid Doln too As woefully a your preachers told you Wero the ignorant catholics ?. ,. A Quot and even now when Hato Han eaten itself out and ref ego has spent itself Are you of Rcd to act and talk regardless of your 44 Loyal a Eli Oddy Priesthood Whoso pockets Are lined with Trio Lugea of political service ? we do not think to for Many of your pulpits still give font Soma of the rapid Loyal platitudes and your of Huron organs a tha a religious press a almost Excel in Rabid radicalism tho to nest malignant of the shoddy As a single instance among Many we quota the following review of to 44 life and sea ones of Andrew Johnson a from the Chrit Lian advocate Dud journal one of your main Church Organ. _ a a Andrew John Feoni a real life in yet to a lived Bis real speeches yet to Homada. All to has Dono is preliminary is Moro nothing unless he shall do something now. But littlfe4 that he did Bosforo the rebellion praiseworthy. Ile identified Himmell with be ruling Claeo Nevor speaking a word or doing an act that bespoke the existence Teal principle within him much less its Potency. He became ,.thongh he knew was wrong vilified the abolitionists though he know they wore right which Villini Oathou he Fellows to remain in this edition though he strikes out his tirade against John Brown so much had his of Haugenoe grown. With this Lack to was an Earnest Union Man willing from the Start that slavery should Oey so rather than that the Union should die that courage served him Well when the Union was on trial. If he will take tho new Steps Providence orders that a Urago will insure a fit Ting Crown. Whf Ethor he will or no remains to be been Hia present course is dark and perilous. Yet May Lead to safety. Had he followed his predecessors views and Mada amnesty and suffrage Ernul Udd Universal All would to Well. To Euloh a conclusion tha authorized Spee Hob of this volume do not Point. Eferds spoken in Midnight meetings Nashville look that Way hot not fed Drester As senator or president. Two months will show his real stuff. To Trust will Prova Che Strain Ana Muko him immortal. If a says to Congress admit those states Only when they have made loyalty and suffrage uen tical. To is Safe. If he seeks to push them on any other course he will be hoisted with his own petard. His accidental Eleva Tion As in the ease of Tyler and Fillmore will result in his everlasting degradation. 44 As a writer of orations nothing can a less attractive. Neither Lincoln s piquancy nor Sumner a Fervour nor Seward a Grace noi4 websters Waves of the sea Aro Here neither scholarship nor Stases Manship. is Earnest straight Forward vehement with Good sense fur its body the style of a practical american who Lias an object to gain and Aims that this is the kind of stuff that is smuggled into your households by villainous politicians to exer Oiso a corrupting influence upon the impress Ible minds of your children. Snakelike is glided into the company of saints and apostles and Eov tred with the outer habit of goes straight to the minds of youth As almost a part of the snored volume itself. .je time that Good Uii suspecting Christian a methodists should be told of this so. That they May compel their v religious journalists to confine themselves to spiritual things or to banish the Pernio ions sheets entirely from their no doubt methodists would strenuously oppose sending their of Ndreu to the prize ring or Crnek pit to be educated Why therefore will Thoy allow politicians to enter their own domicile that too in disguise to Pomon the Young minds of their children a i r to teach them to deify John Brown tha traitor and murderer and to convert them to tho odious a Sias a i r i lug i ofes Soi lip in. Harvard College. A correspondent writing to a new York contemporary from Boston says ,. Not Long since sometime last Winter i believe an individual whose travels had extended As far an Charleston , discovered in that City an auctioneer s old Block from which negroes Wero sold. He procured whether by Purchase or in the Way some Are Ohar ged with into Possession of libraries and pianos who old they Send Home to their families is not stated and amazed Hie Dis Tovery fend Possession himself lie resolved to amaze others mooting s were announced to be held in the great Public places in Boston distinguished Seoul hrs end eloquent a pokers procured and tho mass rushed to get a sight of the horrible auction look. Little did these speakers and exhibitors and crowds imagine that the labor of travelling All tho Way to Charleston might have Beon saved in the search of some Relio of barbarity fit simply passing through Charlestown Massachusetts to its Northern limits that almost within Funo Uil Hall and fairly in sight from Bunker Gilill Monument if not tho Slavo Block least tho slave pen still exists i into what a Quaker a to tire could these excited arid Poisy meetings Hays been turned had someone suddenly held piece of tho old slave Prin built soil and still standing on Tiro a Monument of Massachusetts and new England guilt and presenting strongest motive to modesty and Humiler Tion in them find to Charity and forgiveness to others guilty of the Samo sin lion they la Neil to Over fend forsake a Ani irresistible curiosity impelled me to a Orch out and see with my own eyes this strange relic and humiliating As Strunge. And setting off without a guide. I Lound in the outskirts of the Large Central there Standa an in cont spacious and Well preserved House set far Hack from the Street in the Centre of half a dozen acres of land with inside Gravelled walks loading to . And elegant Trees empowering and scattered around the grounds a handsome Garden and summer House the works of tho first owner lying Back of while in tho rear of the almost princely mansion and near one coi Ner stands a House for the domestics of the successive owners who Wero gentlemen of wealth and position the slave pen which was just Back of the House of tho domestics has been United with and both now make Ono building while the slave pin remains unimpaired and entire. Col. Isaac Royall was the owner of this estate with which an extensive farm was onco connected. His father onto from tho Island Antigua where tho son was born who with father emigrated to this noun try in 1738, and settled in Medford whore the father died who was also a. Colonel n Rich planter and slave Holder in his own Island and a tory whoa be Cine Here. The son was simply a Coward , upon the outbreak of the a evolution Flod to of Halifax and thence to Engin fed Sheri he died in 1781. Lie was a elate trader on the coast of Ariun and in the , till tho time to fled tie country. In 1776 he wrote from Halifax to hib agent in Medford . A. 44 of a Ense sell tie billowing negroes Ste phen and Gen go each Cost �60 Sterling and i would take �50 apiece for them. Ifa k4 i tur>nii7hetr� for her. Tgu be for Myra �35, hut will fake �25. If or. A Enjamin Halo will give $100 for her which lie off erode to May have her 1 being a Good place. As to Betsey and her daughter Nanay the former May marry or Tako her Freedom As she May choose and Nanoy you May. Put out to any Good family by the sea to Liia evil Onoe a Patriot and Union. A e7 the Man Fuller who used Secretary Harlan a name to obtain Money from the a Jar tonal Republican committee a after months imprisonment in the 0�?� b Aen released without try

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