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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - October 19, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaH a a i if 1 vol. 52. Carlisle a. Thursday october 19, 1865 to 18, Volu \ l Felt. Published Evert thursday of Limo by John ii. By subscription a two dollars if paid within the year and two dollars and a it by outs if not paid to item rho year1. These terms will to rigidly and Herod to in Rory instance. No Euba Ciprion discontinued until All arc pages ate paid a Taufi at tho option Ottlig Edi fur. Advertisement a a com Pivnik Elf in the can and hot exceeding one Square a fail lie inserted three times for $e0d�?T, and merits fot1 each additional Ine ortion. Those of a greater length in proportion. Job printing Stroh Fri Hantl balls posting Bills pamphlets blinks a labels a. Ac., executed with no Curacy and at the shortest notice. ,. He i. B. 1�utl.�kattorney at Laid. Carlisle a. A so pm office with we. J. Saber Esq til Sopt 14. 1866�?ly. Jno c Ukaha al a t t o in by a t l a w3 .1 a a t no a office formerly occupied by judge Jaham South Ila Over Street Carlisle. Sopt 7, 6�-ly of a r Vav. F. Sadler attorney at Laid Carlisle a. Office in Volu Etcor building South Hanover Street. Sopt. 7,1861�?ly.j. ,11. We Ukly Quot a 1 1 0 it a Quot e v a t l a w office on to Ruth Hun Uver Street in tho room formerly by a. Sharpe Fob. 27. L�t>2�?�in/. O it amp in. N e w ii a my att it to tir a t a a w. Quot if office with nil ii. Miller a ,si�., Suth $ of a what co Rieur of h Stover Aud Pou Irot str Otis a Guril Rii Dudio. A Iab 2�? .1.4 if Chast w ski a t t 0 u n e a at a a w. It log Iti Inho los building Quot jul opposite the Market Dubov. Vib in Carlisle Mitre 13, is62�?ly. J. W. Foulk att Irney at Law., a in office with Januies r. Smith recoil a Lylall. All business Yut Rua de to Hui will Boprompt-.? attended to. Feb. 6. Sift 31. A. Ricieri inv % attorney a i Law. Pm off10b id Ploem al Hall building in a r intr of the <5ourt House next door to the Stofa a Onildo a a Frio Ercy a la Tio. Of few 4,a in Kyj Ltd a. Dunbar i at o r n e y a t l a w. Carlisle a. Office ride it door to tho american printing office it ii Var a few doors West of Halih Hong a hotel april 14. 1864�?ly f. E Beu t Ali Ozovek .1 attorney and counsellor at Law Carlisle Penn a. J. J since Ltd a South Hanover Street Pho a site Bentzi Storo. J b2 Spe Jal arrangement with the Patent office v act tends a securing Patent rights. A sept. 22, i8g4-ly iut fils e. Sibani Vattos Rny at Law. Carlisle a. A t attends to see Ting and collecting Soldier a a Pat pen inn Lio Nuh tic. Of lace on South Hanover Street opposite Bank re a Storo.-. Fob. 18. 186�. Or Cen i ska i gift Vatn the by Jim orc Colleye of Dent to a surgery office at the Ros Donee of Bis Mother East Louth a a st Street three doors hollow Bedford. T or. I a. , a list removed Frem South Hanover Street to West he t pump act Street opposite the female hich school april 28, 1864.7 Coal and lumber Yard. Rail Fri sub Sorihno having leased the Yard a formerly Oro upion by Armstrong a Hofforth and purchased the stood of Coal and lumber. In the Yard together with an immense new Stock. Will Havo of stantly on hand and furnish to order a All kinds and Quality of seasoned lumber boards scantling. Frame stuff paling plastering lath 8hintling lath worked plan or and posts and Ralls r f a my every article that belongs to a lumber Yard o All kinds of shingles to wit who Tupino hem a look and Oak of different qualities. Having cars of my own i can furnish Bills to or Dir of any length and Sise at the shortest notice and on the sjuiwpi"8t reasonable terms. My worked boards will to of Sampt under Yovor so they Oan to furnished dry at a Roll times i h ivo constantly on hand All kinds of Fami-4�mi� c04l under Yovor which i will deliver clean we any part of the Borough Lowit by kens Val broken egg Stuie and nut Luko Eidd Lor. Trover on Locust Mountain lob Bory which 1 pledge myself to Soli at the lowest prices. Host Quality of a. Lime burners and Coal. Always on hand which i will sell it the lowest Flag Oro. Yard West Side of grammar Sokool main Street Andrew h. Blair to i we i still retain the reme position i in the firm of Delancy a Blair which will be i carried on energetically j Eilt a their old stand near tho Gas House. oar purchases will be made together at tho head of the Market to fool confident by so doing to to Able to Eoo Ommo Date our customers Aud the Public on the most reasonable terms. Having relinquished tho Tan Ning i will Devoto my entire attention to tho Coal and lumber business. All kinds of Coal and lumber kept of stantly on hand and in the Best condition. The lumber Yard will be managed by or. Geo. Zuloff whose exp nonce and skin Well known to the Community. By strict attention to business Short profits and a desire to do right to Hopo to Oscuro a Liberal share of Publio h. Blair. Juno 15, 1865-tf a lows a received and of Sale prices a Large Assort men of flank plows henwood�?T8 h Zoi Glor u Weirich a York Metal plows Bloomfield do Eagle do cultivators &o., a Pott ital. Wii at wealth. Wealth soil of big More the Gold More than luxury and Oase Orcas res Nevor to to told m in to found apart froth those. Man who Groa possessions own my be needy none the less they Aro Rich and Thoy alone who Havo Patoros of Nobl Ouess Are dreary domes fair d Unai Nisbut do sorta wild. If ten to by nut Lippy Homas a gentle thoughts and manners mild. Trust me though his lot be he makes but slight protease a thu who lives at peace with All dwells in True magnificence. If you a prove of Noble birth 1 0, beware of judgements rash scorn to measure human Worth by. The of Cash. Gold and Silver May depart. I proudest Dyo sties May fall lie who has the truest heart the richest of All. J a a a w Vaud the cheap hardware Storo of Sarwek january 1864. Saxt0n a a. Prof. Avion Jiel ghost. H by �8tii�r Serle Kenneth. The Pink Chihi fir Yau the prettiest room in orig Cotui a. Or. A Gaie. The gentlemanly owner of Craig cottage h id expressed a mild approval of it when by Trad his Bright Brunette daughter called him in to Cee it the furnishing was completed / Hub Bertrade with eur cos was hardly satisfied. Why Paph its perfectly exquisite like the inside of a sea shot. See the Rosy Tingos reflected on the wite wind in so idea by Trio Pink it Lama a dip it by. Sre tho Liht fall in a grow on the Little Xantho yonder. Oli. How pretty. Doh to you think it Beautiful pupa v a. A yes my dear. I Hope prof we Ennel to til like it. Prof. Kennel a a creamed Bertrade a your done to intend to put him 1 Way not it the pet tics it Confin the k by a Hgt a a a to fun. 1 what of that. 1 this a lady8 room. Indeed it to papa it Isnit fit for a gentleman. There Are ton Many Toilette or Range its Aud no Mccoin Liioi Nisono at All for segara.�?T. 1 prof. Kennel does no to smoke and he a a guest to whom i wish to do All possible Linn or. I wish him a to he Ace it Mai late l by the let est the House affords in every or. Westgate was Inilda but Titi ber Amdo pouted in horrible great Man in that Little no st a Enid one to her sister l Gnu. A just to think of it lies la tear everything to pieces i know he will a la on Flery Sebert i should think or. Wen Nel was a wild cat. 1 Uriu done tall men Wear Muddy by ots. Dish a hic in ban aug. Smarter Cigar ashes Abdy put their feet on the chairs a a n i. My Ilear pupa exception to All Chhn in every 4 1 you a better1 wait and see if prof. Kennel Isnit before you get in nuclei a passion amp Buu. Him. In a pot in a passion. I win before he comes Here to Spil that Beautiful room that head blow himself up in some of h cd Tunica experiments hut i m not in a passion i know i 11 hate Hisiu though i want the Ronn for a a papa favorite guest by for yours my a of course papa would not care if Nellie Slepr in the , Berri Ude Bertrade rather ashamed of her last re Mark was silent Ami sat tying knots in he wrapper Cord and them out again a just then there was a ring of the do it Rbell the r Ulm of voices in greeting Aud l a a observed quickly a prut. Kennel has Como Bert. Bertrade sat still until she. Heard her father show the into the Pink chamber then she threw herself upon the lounge Aud cried tears of vexation. Neither of rhe Sisters had Ever seen prof. Kennel. Lie had been at College with or. Westgate Aud they i o Idu led of course that to was equally elderly and Sti Ilious. They wore not aware that he was barely for to being eight years younger than or West Gate and though interested in literature and science hardly considered a Boro in tho Best society in Europe Yhvh he had frequented for the Lii flt five Nellie it ton or ived that evening. There was no Pink chamber for her use. She found no fault with the pretty White draped bed room with a dressing Ronn attached which was assigned her but Bertrade Ere bed to her her indignation. All the girls were a Little surprised when they met prof. Kennel at the Tea table lie was Fine looking and agreeable. Nell fee said so when they had flown Buck to their Rev but a the Bay window in the upper Ball whew Lou always rowed. Dear Little six footer i wonder How he likes the lace of his Billere Cushion said Bertrade ill Tell you what e should do if i were you Bert said Nellie. A what a a # a a a # # prof. Verinel Satin Hia room Reading. It was nearly twelve of clock at night. The Damp night wind blew the open window and made the Light Flicker it shone through in Alabaster Shade upon the Vahle at his Side. The room1 was indeed like the heart of a Rose but if Bertrade Westgate had not been so very Milch prejudiced she would have seen that prof. Kennel with Hia classical face and Alemdar hands did not look much out of Plone there. A suddenly something he never knew what made him raise Hia eyes from his Book. In the Centre of the room Stoml a slender figure robot in a shroud White and glimmering and at the instant his eyes fell upon it the town clock began to strike twelve in the distance. the last stroke died the figure moved silently toward the door and glided out. The professor rat staring at empty space doubting Hia senses. He was so Asto Mahe 1 that he never stirred in his seat for ten minutes. Lieut gazing straight Forward until the Bonk slipping from his relaxed hand foil upon the floor and startled him. Neq i7i$v7 Newi a. Jar. 1 Nave b��?~0a sheep and dreaming said he and he prepared to retire. Yet a he Drew the White Coverlet Over huh shoulders he had a suspicion that what he had seen was not a dream. The next morning at breakfast he said to Hia boat. A Philip this an old House Well it has something of a history i believe. It has been in Ziy Possession but u year and we have lived hero Only a few months what its history ? it was built by a Man named Alligood. I done to know How Long ago. Lie lost Hia Young wife Here immediate la after his removal to it. Then or. Grunt bought ii a hid Alligoods wife die of sickness ? 11 by love there was a rep a it that she d herself on account of some former attachment. Do you know anything about it beit a let a yes,.papa/ said Bertrade a lowly stirring her Coffee everybody thinks it quite True iliac she poisoned herself because she was married against her will to or. Alligo. a and continued Bertrade observing tha it prof. Kennel was regarding her attentively. They say she was found with the Glass in her hand dead in the room we have furnished a the Pink chamber. Ii jew horrible i i think you a dare to live Here murmured Nellie , shrugging her dimpled shoulders a i every body saw prof Kennel shudder but he chanced Ibe conversation. Thai night he retired to bed Early ten of clock but somehow he could not sleep. A twelve of clock he was wide awake Ever he was in his Lile and there in the Centre of the room Stool the same White figure which had visited him the previous night. A before tin stay was Brief. he fixed his eyes upon it and vanished at the door which closed softly behind it. I a prof never closed his eyes All night. The next Day he hinted to or. Westgate that he thought of returning Home. Iii Host was astonished. Why Arch. I thought you were going to stay Ull humility with me so did 1/ Baul Bertrade softly p of. Wen nil murmured so neiling about changing his plans acid declared that he re ally Felo if he must depart on the following Day. Tout night lie was visited again the fact did Tuccie Ato hide Taruro. For to prof. Had the belief that directly after the door Chi Haj u Iii his ghost to heard a smothered laugh and he remained until the next night. Jul bins the clock was on the stroke of twelve. Ins chamber door opened and the shape appeared. To kept head Bear Over his Book i it it Lead advanced into the Centre of the room. Then int Oeal of sitting still dazzled by fear and fascinated with wonder he quietly ruse produced a pistol and Saiu calmly Tako off that Sheet or ill fire the figure paused slowly to ill give you but one second he said firmly. I the figure paused wavered the Thoet full and Bertrade Sank on her Knees before him. , prof Kennel forgive Aiea and done Toh done to Tell pub pallid and Lovely with her dark ringlets lulling in disorder on her Sii Oulderra. The prof. Lowered his pistol before her beset using Luce. A a. Have you any excuse for such conduct Vii a Westgate a. R a not yes of i can to Tell you but i did it partly for Fth. Wont you forgive me a and not Tell Pii up ? ill do anything Lor you indeed i will a to to stood quietly before Hor she still Kiis it at his met. Yai ask a great Deal of me. You have destroyed Iny Plank for the Sui Omer forcing me to Tell your father that i must go away i know but you can make some excuse not to go if you Dike. I wiil help you if you wont Tell him say say May i nay that i have fallen in live with bin daughter and so hive a hunger my Buind u second time a sue was on her feet in an instant All her pallor Given away to a burning1 la Libish. He it my led but she did not see Shioi for her eyes were on the floor May i Huy it a he repeated. T. She looked do we the a Little indignant Flash. lie went nearer toot Bor hands to fed Ninde her at him. May i Bertrade ?. A yes a he said. ,. Aud professor a Venniel married his go a st at Emu Ward a Artemus wards hew talk on the a a mormon very funny. Here Are some of the hits Brighum Young has eighty wives besides Thooe which Are Only a sealed a a cd not with him. Lie loves not wisely. And two Hundred Well. The vice president tut Tivo thousand heal of cattle and two Hundred head of they have in cwt appetite. I once thoughtlessly gave a family ticket to an elder to at tend my lecture lie came Aud filled the whole House. A twas a Success that night but i did no to get any Money. The seventeen wives of a deceased Eider tried to take me a mormon and Nii Irry them. They wept they Nove a sight seventeen sighs a sigh of considerable size. They pot their soft White hands in mine seventeen land seventeen hands surrounding tin re 1 was alone away from my parents 1 exclaimed i Hope you Hace nor dil honorable intention. A 1 it ook Ury twi away they taid in their grief. It Toof much that wan just tiie thing that troubled me in their request a and so i Aid it too in uchi when captured by the lug a ans i saw de scud my on me the glistening Thinas Lewk in the morning Light. 1 had no reinforcements no Pont tons no last ditch with me. 1 had no female a tire so i sea Holly 1 surrender i was allowed to March out with my Side arms Aud Green on ton umbrella a Nice my aunt at succumb had Given me. I did no to Leal nov aids not in la or 1 Hud exposed my life before. I a Nee stood at Jeni Reville a it d saw thousand of Hul lots a those Leaden messengers of deut i 1 thou Sun of imn paid i g close by me packed in boxes and wag uus. R�o7&Quot a clergymen said in a recent Sermon that he path of rectitude had Heen travelled so Little of late years it had completely Ruu to grass. There was a wicked boy who when he was told that the Best cd Are for the palpitation of the he it was to quit kissing the ? res said ii that the Only reason for palpitation. I Sav let her palp a peace has developed a new rational Niri nope lately known Hickey. worst Organ grinder a hollow to the that plays the Deuce. Jealousy their latest of misfortunes and excites the least p to. Just like the cinnamon tree the Fop for the bark invariably Worth More than the body. The Public lecturer who dwelt Upen a top to has changed his residence. The Man who makes a business of raising Park for Market May be said to live by his ten a ideas said Voltaire a Are like beards men get them when they grow up and Wom a never have and Riihl Lllan a Ratcli Alexandria Dumas furnishing sensation it Euin Protu Yuhsia. Here one o the Best we left the room with a turnkey behind Ulm in till we found our amp Eves updo pc to he prison the jailor opened it. Went in Aud lighted a lantern. We vent Down leu Steps passed a Row of dung ions then Down Tea More but did not Stop. We went Down five More and then stopped al our a ked no ii. He gave a silent a signal it seemed in this abode of the dead it he had lost the Power of speech. There Jas it this time u inst least Twenty degrees outside. At the depth Liere we found ourself it was in rigged with a Dum. Whip i Penetra red the hone Ziy Usu new was Frozen and vet i wiped the perspiration from my brow. Tho dour , we went Down six dump Tel Slippery Steps and loud ourselves in a Dungeon of in Square. . I a tried by the Light of the Luu Turu time 1 saw a human form moving in it. Kise and dress yourself i had a curiosity to know to whom this order was addressed. A turn la the Light said i to the jailor with then saw a thin Atid pallid old Man. Rise up. Lie Hud immune of in this Dungeon in the same clothes he had on when arrested but they Ltd Gulleu uhf by piecemeal and tie c Only dressed in a ragged Pelis e. Through the Rug his halted Bony shivering body could be Tifin. Perhaps this body had Beeg covered with splendid a Rients Perno a the ribbons of the most Noble Underd had of ice to sed his panting Chest. At present he Only it living he Etol that Mill lost rank dignity even name and was eaird no. Ii lie i Rose and. Wrapped the Cragin Ritis of his ragged Pelissey without uttering a complaint hid b. Ltd was oozed Down conquered by Pii Sou Damp thine it might be. Hunger. His Oye was naughty almost menacing. A i Good said the g Vernor. A come lie was he first to go out. The prisoner throw a parting glance on his cell his Stone Bench his water Jug Aud Straw. 11. Uttered u sigh yet it wan impossible hat he could regret Uny thing of this lie followed the governor Aud parsed be fur me. I shall never forget the glance be turned upon me in puss no a and the leprous ii that was cd it ii entrained in it. To Young it seemed to say a and already obeying tyranny i turned away a the glance had pierced my heart like a Dagger. He miss a the door of too Dungeon allow Long Walt it since be it perhaps be did not know i in Holf. Lie must have ceased for a Long time counting Day and nights. On reaching the govern res door we found two sledges waiting. The prisoner was ordered into the one a Siut brought and we billowed him rhe g in rim by Liis Side i in front. The other Sledge was occupied by our soldiers. Dwiere we were going i knew what we were going to do i Wun equally ignorant. 1 had Only to see the Actium itself did not concern me. We starred. Through my Png a i a on tho old to Nan a Knees were Between mine a Felt them Trembo toe governor wins wrapped in his furs. I was hints died up military frock arts yet the com reached . The pro mgt no or was it i in st naked hut the governor Hull offered him no coverings. For a in it mint .1 thought of taking off my Cut and offering it to him. The governor guessed my intention. It not Worth while to said. Soon we reached the Neva a gain and our Sledge took the direction of a Ronstadt. The wind came off the Baltic and blew furiously the sleet Cut our faces. Though our eyes had become accustomed to the darkness yet we could not see ten Yards before . A Iasi we shipped in the midst of a furious storm. We must have been about a league and a Huff from st. Petersburg. The governor got off the no Cage and went an to the other. The soldiers had already g it off holding the tool Tobej had been ordered to bring. T a out a Hole in the ice the governor said to Themi cd did not refrain a cry of terror. I began to apprehend. 4 4 an a rhe old Man uttered with an accent a Semi ing the 1 nigh of a Skeleton then the empires a Loes Siil re Niemyn Ine does she not what Impresa was he talking three had i to sed in succession Annie Mhz not Eilt and tvs nine. It was evident he still believed he was living under one of them and he did not know even the. Name of the Man who ordered his death. Wlms was the obscurity of the night compared with that of the touch t the four soldiers then set to work. They broke the ice with their hammers out it with Iligir axes and raised the blocks with the lever. All at once they a tune 1 Back the ice was broken the water was rising. Cimie Down the governor said to the old Mon. The order was Seleti. For he Hud already done no. Knerli in on tho ice to was praying fervently. The go Verne a gave an order in a Low tone to the Soldier then he came Hack to my Ido Tor i had not left tho Sledge. In a Mure the prisoner Rone. The four soldiers rushed upon him. I turned my eyes Aruj but though i did not see. I heard the noise of a body hurled into the abyss. In spire of myself i turned around. The old Man had disappeared. 1 forgot that i had no right to give orders but hooted to the Driver away 1 Awaya Stop in cried the governor. The Sledge which bad already moved Forward stopped again. A All not finished the governor sad to me in French. 1 what hate we to de a i asked. W Ait who replied. We waned half an hour. A thu ice has set said Une of the soldiers Art thou sure ? he Bruek the spot where the Hole had so lately yawned the water had become solid a amp to it we can go stud tho g Vernor. The horses started at a full Gallop and in less than ten minutes we reached the fortress. A ff/9 Western Young lady jilted and abandoned by her Lover pursued him to st. L Ais and married him by Force Wita the assist anti of a Clergyman. Miss Tucker says its with bachelors a-4 with old to 11, its hard to got them Star ted but when Thoy do Tako flame their Burn prodigiously. 87 capt. Hall tho a Rocio explorer has written a letter announcing the Aruba he disc Ivery of three survivors of sir John Frank links expedition. A a the Hon. John be 1 living in a Ploom iut re Deuce with amp a Iii of his old for it end. Of a retired Street in Nashville. He Seldom aeon on the Streat _ 0�o7&Quot a Clev Metud A tuvo a tho authorities to close rhe run a some people do it often they their Mouths. C7 be always at Leisure to do a Good action never make business Gin excuse for avoiding offices of Butu acuity. H7&Quot the decadence of waterfalls will Oak etl Groat of hair. Desperation the following a passage from the very laughable Tele of a desperation one of the Rich articles which Are embraced in the literary remains of the late Willis Gaylord Clark it Only necessary to Promise that the author Ija Philadelphia student who after a stolen fortnight amid the gatties of a Washington season Friada himself through the re miss Neas of a chum at Baltimore on his Way Home without a Penny in his he stops at a fashionable hotel nevertheless where after tarrying Tor a Day or two to finally at the head of a great dinner one Solus in Hia private apart out flunked with abundant Champagne and Burgundy resolved to disclose ail to the landlord. Summon ing a servant in said a ask the landlord to step up to my room and bring Lua Bill who clattered Down stairs laughing and shortly after his master appeared. He entered with a generous smile that made me Hope for the Best his House afforded and that just then was credit. A Liow much do i owe you a said i. He Hiinds me the Bill with All the Grace of a private expectancy. Lee me sees Vesteen dollars. How very reasonable i but my dear sir the must disagreeable part of the matter now to be disc ised. I Grieve the inform you that at present i am out of Niu Uey and i know by. Your philanthropic looks that you will be who 1 Tell you that if i had it i wot fld give it to you with unqualified pleas ure. But you see my idiot having the change by me the reason 1 cannot do it,.and i am sure a Quot a will let the matter stand and say no inure about it. I am a stranger to you that a loot but in the place i came irom All my acquaintances know me easy Cau be turned ail colors. A a Here do Yuu live and How a a in was Liing i should say Philadelphia Iii eyes Fia sued with Ungry disappointment. I see How it mister Ray opinion a hat Are u Blackleg. You done to know where your Home you begin with Washington and then drop it fur Philadelphia. You must pay your Bill but i then i m take your clothes if i done to blow Nie i ight scout Odrel said i rising Bolt upright a do that if you dare Aud leave the rest to there were no Inore words. He Turoso de libero Tell seized Iny hat and my Only Ibex pre Stubles Ami walked Down stairs. Physicians say that two excitements can to exist at too a ame time in one system. Sex Teruel drove away almost immediately the contusion of Iny brain. I Rose and looked out of the the Otow was ascending i drum died on the pane. What was i to do an unhappy sans culottes in a strange City no Inouye and slightly inebriated. A thought stick to. I had a Largo full cloak which with All inv Intner appointment save those he Cook the landlord Hud spared. I dressed immediately Drew on my boots Over my fair drawers not unlike Small clothes put on Iny Cravat Vest and coat Laid a travelling Cap from my trunk jauntily Over my forehead Gnu flinging my Fine Long mail tie gracefully about me made my Way through the Hall Ioco the Street. Attracted by the shining lamps of the p or Tio it it of. A now hotel a few squares from my first lodgings i emerged recorded so be name on the b. Wjk and bespoke a bed. Everything was fresh mud neat every servant attentive Ull augured Well. I kept myself closely cloaked puffed a Cigar Aud retired to bed to mature Iny plot. A Walter just Brush my clothes Well my Fine fellow said i in the morning he entered my Ruom mind the pantaloons done to spill anything irom the pockets there Money in both i done to see no pantaloons a tho Devil you done to where Are they a 4 can t Tell in a sure i doubt know a a Elp me god 1 a go Down air and Tell your Masler to come Hare tho Pul Liutti was with me in a moment. I had risen and worked Iny face before the Mirror in o a fiendish look of passion., t landlord exclaimed i with fierce gesture 1 have been robbed in your House robbed sir robbed my pantaloons and pure a containing three fifty Dollar notes Are a one this Quot a pretty he toll the the Way that you fulfil the injunctions of scripture ? i am a stranger and have by in taken in with a ven Geair in. I will excuse you m once it 1 am not a. Pray keep your temper replied the publican. I have just opened this House and it getting a Good run would you ruin its reputation by an ? i will find rat the villain who robbed you. And i will Send Lor a Tail it a to measure you for your Inis ring garments your a Mey shall be refunded d a you a on that your anger a solos a. My dear i replied i thank you fir your pm Inesso Ido not Rajan to reproach you. If those to Sweis can be done to Day. I shall he satisfied route More precious than Money. A a a a May keep the Otlyn if you fit id them and in exit Mage fir the one Hundred and if Gay dollars which you give my the contents a re yours the next evening with now a and one he n lied and forty dollars in Iny picket i called upon my guardian in Dulphia for sixty dollars lie gave it with a lecture on ooh la Gate dissipation Char i shall not a urn forget. I enclosed the m a Ney Back to my honorable landlord by the first Post settled my other Bill at old or Usry a the first publican and got Iny trunk by mail. Tue Field area the bit in All Ages the the poet and tho historian the philosopher and the statesman has been the consideration of the consequence of great conflicts. In Petcu Well War these agitations and combats have existed the direct result of Plind contesting error or defending truth. History in her re Cord of the advancement of society the pro Gres of nations or the civilization of Peoples Iii trates her pages with the Field Afier the Buttle. It was a strange attractiveness both to the serious student and the casual observer. The positions of contending parties tho strategic movements the Points attacked the and wounded heroic Endeavor Cool courage Beleut and Victory Are sketched with artistic ski Katie tho mistakes mishaps and Inis fortunes find themselves alike with Sucre 80s mud flu priorities transform e 1 into eternal facts by the decree of relent los history thus truth lives through generations. Thus principles await their demonstrations. Thus Progress defies Jinp Edimo uts. Tho steady March of ideas from Conception to realization marked in every age by Fields after their Many Battles. We Are standing now on just such an Eminence from which to Survey he immediate of a four year a conflict Between toe Purit anic destructiveness of fanaticism and the conservative principle we Iii constitute tho True idea of dem a Oratio the Quot fired of Brittle on which the past four years fight has been waged lies before . The destructive Power of fanatical ubi lotion in conflict with the creative Force of democratic integrity. Toe attack Long planned was made with the fury of a Blind enthusiasm. The resistance was rhe solid defence of or an o Law reming on tho Fonn lotion of t e Piperi ence of age a t. O weapon were big try. Date envy Seltz Simos. Covetousness ambition Power plunder. Pts. Umbra the guis j of a humanity without my or brain. To Hobo of defence were Tuu same with which True Liberty defended Republican Freedom against abolitionism and monarchical Power. The dead and the wounded attest the might Ness of the arms Aud tho purpose and dire tue of their nil. Looking Over this Field after the Battle the horrors of the sight would carry dismay to any Lover of i country or Friend of Mankind who Hud not a living Faith a a the eternal Laws by which Gud Guerns ruins among the children of men. Let Point out the prominent objects which attract tho attention of the beholder Oil the Field of Buttle after the tight. Abolition a waged against the democratic system of sell a i Vernino it which our fathers created Gay their Wisdom and Hap a Zed with their blood. A broken Federal Constitution the sovereignty of the state despoiled the Freedom of speech the Liberty of the press the Tri Iii Lay jury the Hareas Corpus wounded and prostrated Aud bleeding the rights of property betrayed rapine plunder desolation wrong Viola pc Anil brutality r i ving Over the land Flower with it Law. In the Hamlet and the City in unbridled Aero gut ice taxation exhausting the labor of the citizen i honesty in every Public department the fundamental principle off be go Verne pfc violated the White Man degraded to the level of the negro the right to vote of the free Whire Man to Nirba led by the a Lave emancipated by Force of Uris the soil a if state made the Graves of nearly a Millie n of air Cit Lumis thousand of Ourye eng in maimed counties a Risa of bul Tiva de land made a ail Iene the civil institutions of the country overthrown by military do Ltd get ism paper Money driving Gold and Silver Coin into exile a degraded race Nigado Idle in Lieut and helpless that they May cd a Ite hostilities a pretext for another War a War Between Etc amps widow and orphans crying for bread and tear and blood culling from the ground for vengeance Tux the Field after the Battle a it aeon by the Patriot. There Are living figures which with plea ant smiles on flushed faces look Back a they move away from thin a Cene into darkness followed a by the Tiit Filurin of fear the contractor. With i plunder ill gotten gain a the Doh zionist Joy of at the havoc he Ira made the Provost marshal Seif conceit and at the remembrance of his tyranny the pub c defaulter stately with i Greenback and a he Shu Dilt ites so ape reiminus in Nis purple and Fine Linen. They go together from the Field after the Battle a the Carrion Crow with their dark plumage Darken tho air. Behind chef. Sullen and slow moves the Neq fco lir Essed in the cast diff cloth no of both Belli Verenta worse than a slave for he Bis own a amp Union. Pic no and now to enjoy them on tho Uris so beneath tho umbrage studs of the Noble tree. J a the pretty teacher had observed to x was squeezing Tiro Jervous in the dinner Kettle to make the festive beverage which neither Phenera nor inebriated but frequently stomach was startled by a piercing shriek from the pretty teacher and i dropped a half Lemon partly squeezed Aid flow to the Rescue. A a Currul Bug a descending from the ant brag Ous foliage previously mentioned had alighted on her Alabaster no of. 1 despatched the creature and we proceeded to path our the insect horrors thickened. A entomological Pec Imeri of Many variety eds intruded upon our Hamlet got involved in tho pie Aud met a very watery grave in the . # ,. Fretty teacher turned Pale and lost Hor appetite. F in grow Ca Crafe. . The reckless insect Wouten t get out of the Way i left them to their eat several indescribable spec Imp with my Sau Wiches und Drauk a spider in a or Laski it lemonade. A i survived if.00 6. I0-0 How it agreed with the spider. Alter dinner we resumed our festive aporta. We played Copenhagen a Widen very hilarious a port it consists of clip sing girls under a rope tearing their clothes and kissing them. Tbs a Truh. Appear to like it. The Doii Iuie who Hud been surveying our sports with benign satisfaction proposed to improve the occasion in oratory. Jut to was about to hold Forth a pro Vida util Thunder Shower extinguished him and saved the infliction. Wit Tuuk Refuge a Udera so ven by nine shed wisely provided fur such contingencies and overflowed to refreshment shanty Uhitil the Shower dried up. Gives Are Noi immediately improved by Shower and tho grass being wet and the leave drooping our festivities wore Damn a a i.6-?6an t0 0sperionco the remorse which Lolly we dissipation. Pretty teacher was in tears be had ruined her dross by accidentally sitting Down in a. Currant Pic. The too Cream had All melted the Straw Bernos were gone. Be started in a wilted procession for Thiher or. A tie conductor being a Liberal Man gave a larger lease of pleasure Chan we bar or and kept wait a a for a hour., when i got Home mrs. Of lanus wanted to know in re been Toa tuner in. I went to bed Early and dreamed All right that i was 8irufwhng desperately with a Gigantic spider no mud the pretty teacher acid Hung her up by her Waterfall on the Topmost limb of a big Creo. Some people like picnics others like Strawberry mud Pencil festival a but for my1 part a give to Liberty or give me death. Your per sparingly Curry of lands. Dickens would appear from the definition of Barrow a Well from the example of a Jihou that the Meyer ideas Are a put together that a feeling of pleasurable Surprise aroused we have All Liat i necessary to constitute wit. It would be difficult to give Many examples of humor which did not lieu Ludo such a connection. It in True Chai in humor there something More we Are air Lustid Well ,.s and Delight a al but humor does nut cease to be witty to cause it make Laii Rhi a Hori or. Peck ii Hiff cumin of remember the name of the fabulous animal who used to. Sing in the water person suggests 4 swans a and another 4 Oyster this humor with Little admixture of wit May be there nothing in the exp Eshton the whole Point lie in the juxtaposition of things so incongruous a Monu Aid and an Oyster. Amp with or. Wei ice observation that there no use in Call Tyty Joung we Inch a Venus or Aii Angels that you might Well Call her a a uni corp or a King arms at once id1 this there i certainly what Burrow would describe pretty surprising outline a of exp Roa i n there also a propriety in tho thought occurring to that particular speaker out what strikes on most the oddness in the re Luciou of the idea of a Yoi Fiig lady Aud a King arms. To b a Row Addison expression. The a grows into wit but the passage of course chiefly remarkable for its humor. But or Gamp a picture of the imaginary re Imine Harris 4 with his Small red worsted Hue a Guim. # worsted #. Liuz. In his Throat where he had put it in his Playa Chick while they was leavin of him a in the floor a Lookia for it in nigh Ilie a oust and him Ach Kiri sweetly in the Parlord a i essentially witty. At least we can detect no difference in kind Between the a Mility that delights in mrs. Gamp and tie qualify tha Del Glita in Fallstaff we Haf Ieve it to be a great error to press he distinction Between wit and Hutnan Trothe extent that usually Dono. They belong to the Sanio family Atid Aro related having some Tharau Teristi differences. Such differences May be cup roared in various ways. We Shiv say that wit resides chiefly in the expression humor in the thought that we Admire the Torrier and Are amused by the latter that oneder Quok an tho assemblage of ideas which Are congruous the other on the connection of idea which Are incongruous. But they agree in flowing from Quot a per Tiofila turn of thought which enables a writer at once to Surprise has hearers and7 to affect their fancy and if or. Dickens dues not possess that Quality of mind to do not know who does. of Annua of the Brooklyn Eagle has a a sensible article on Piu pics. Sumo of his a Ilu Stracik a will answer atty Meridian and to Tako a slice of i enter Tuiying dish go packed in a car like a Box of oranges and not la o r in White Muslin Lilii you get to the Grove Libro Vuu will air no in a state of perspiration Ami i . D in t be particular about you rown Misket. Basket usually get the biggest Ohl you Cut get. The ladies Law Days fill to Weir baskets. Wbk a you get m the Grove you Are expected to Declaro that it tie Delight Ullest pot you Ever saw. Select a pretty to Asher and explore the Shady Reyes soft and pour out your mgt i. Neu it poured out ask the Young lady it die a Vuu to Tuke u swing. She will. Sawyer has Sung 44 swinging in the Lane a but 1 done to think he Ever tried swinging Iuar Grove. I did. 1 was kept at it for three hours and a Quarter swinging All the girls that came along. It Spie did exercise beats Burgh am a gymnasium double trapeze and Quot All. 1 have it got Ovar it yet. An old lady then proposed that 1 should climb an Apple no to extricate her a Tiluy who had got his Trowser involved in a Branch about thirty feet up and was Hung like u sign of the Gold ii fleece. Told the old lady to wait till he got Ripe and head drop of in own Accord. Old lady said a was a Brote and Hadnot got the feeling of a Mother. She went to the Man that kept the Park and bold lager. He brought a ladder and reel ored the umpiring youth to the fund embrace of his maternal relate of. Test Artiom Hava a i Hare Aliar whereupon she spanked him for tearing a a Taino a.�?z�?zl m ral o . I was a papa Why doubt Yon give the Telegraph a does of Gin a a Why my of held a a a cause the papers Eay that they Are out or order and Mamina always takes Gin when she out of1 of a of Mother do cond for the doctor i Bald a Little boy of three years. A what for my dear a a Why. There a a gentleman in the parlor who says hell Din it line done to marry him and Lino nays she won�?Tt.�?T. A Winchel save tho Pente Down in Ai Hama Are to hard pressed for Teaa that they h ivo to set their tur Hyb on California Pota Toee. His Tio Wetre. W nigh served him right. We then took dinner. Pretty teacher her pocket Hanicker Whiet for a table doth and u. Poke tue a . The rations had got somewhat mixed. The had by Riecl and a a Etrue the Hokl Elperry pie had Amalga Raa by with the Pio Klos and the Therriea had reamed theme Elvetzi into Jam. But it was to Oha Minst to a at your dinner never a Railroad director in my life. Etc it about time to revive that old joke a the beet agricultural a fairer a Farmers time has made our Lite too Long for Pur Hopes but too Brief of oar deeds. O the higher an ase Huida Hie head the plainer we qua eee Hie ear

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