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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - October 23, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA your country mat it always be rights but right or wrong our vol. 49. Carlisle pa., thursday october 23 1862. No. 20 cs3 a l . Volunteer. Puhm wed. Every tji unday motto eng by Joii b. Bratton. T e Dollar and fifty cents paid. If Trifo two. Dollars if paid within the year. A to in lairs and fifty. Cents if not paid within a a a it a Oso terms will he rigidly adhered to in a Lieou a a no. Subscription discontinued until 4i a rages afo paid unless at Tyllo option of the . 1a Thomasp and i i Odin ii Odo Square will be Insor Tod Throo Timpf for Une Tonij five cents for each to i of clonal of a a Reatar length in Joii painting such is hand Bills posting Bills . Blanks labels a amp a. <fcc., executed with avoid Roicy and at tho shortest notice. A the Indian woman a love. By a grave. Father father Here Lingo a years have passed since lust i Varao thus to troc�,.with faltering Finger a on this Stone your vanished Nat no that dear minion what dear lips told it Omie a that name now named by ill new a hold i dear As i your lonely Sou. A father father Tara yearning that Long vanished Forni to see that face that is but returning. Dim As in a dream to to a a few the years that blessed no. A live it awed my childish sight father no More to Caress to. From its coffin Calm . A is a child i a deeply As a child a heart can a. A in its love Iny child a heart6kept you but no More than now in a Man. Not As much. 0 Early pined for father Over Whoso grave x How see. With tears these eyes no Blimp for a. Those dear eyes that Soe me us a i a yes. That Soo to of but dearer. Quot but move loved us years depart. Pius not death but drawn us Nourr it a Ever closer heart to heart a a still amid Day s thoughts night s dreaming i Havo seemed to fool you near. Guiding guarding to my seeming. Ale your child who mourns you hero. Los. While Here your dist is sleeping. \ 0 pure soul these lips would kiss a. You Are in some far world keeping a us atch Over those you loved in this j a a soil my evil thoughts controlling. A. Joying in my earthly Joya a a. A i have cult you Gray consoling Quot. Warning strengthening me you or boy. A 0 fun empty up acc a forc me a a Ilear that you might st Tel a might now Bend that dear lace Over me and look love i Toiny heart 1 a a but not to these eyes while blessed lost look Como. A. More words to mine a a 1 a Jer e a a cd urn. Quot a a a a fall t hot hereafter know you a 0. Iny i a Thor yet again ?. A o4a us Lealh shall show you i he ave life s Joy and pain if who sylling parted tier ,1k.0 How sweat i ref in Bittien glad idea Rod. Father. We shall meet. A Wio a i i a a a Tiow 1 the to. Fat Lnu Viii ill not having seen we live. easy to lore when Eye meets oyo and the glance reveals the Seurt. A. In in the Tush on the Cheek my the soul bespeak Aji. 1 he lips in gladness part a s a thrilling Bliss in a Loving kiss ,. it spell in a kindly tone. A a a the spirit hater chains of Teudo Ruess a a to Fetiu Ami Hind its own. V la l r a Lii v spell and a deeper Joy. For a purer firm the in flow h Lii ii the soul sends higher its incense fire. And rests no More below Quot when the Hoitt Getup to that Guto of Cha ven and b Nova Hozore the throne and it Likiu a its Harp for Ains forgiven a Calls the Saviour All its own. Though to not on tint Lovely brow. Liat fed for us the Thor though afar from Humo to pilgrims of i r feet with toil Are worn a a Iii ugh be never pressed that Pior cod hand it is so Rete hed our lives above a Anil we own his earn in grateful prayer a a Ishom not having soon to love Quot. Tvs Havo Felt him near for Ninny a Yea when at eve we Bent the Tineo that merry a Broth that glorious Faith a dear Saviour eaten from Theo. When we stood by Sido the do ing bed. T and watched the loved one go in the Darit ening hour Wofe it his Powers it stilled the Waves of woe. Still As we Elim Hod tho Hills of time a Aiu thu Hini Fis of Earth grow dim we Are hastening on from Finith to sight to Are pressing near to him a al Way from idols of earthly Mould Barap turd to gaze above a Quot Quot off to b0 whore his arms enfold a whom hot having seen to a a neighbouring pity at a lecture a , the modest Man of his sex no Ess polite than modest was sitting in a Pew rather Remote trom tho Light. A pretty girl sat next to him. Looking on the floor during the lecture he espied what lie thought was tho lady a handkerchief the Laeo Tri mining Edge just vis Sihle from tinder Hor dress lunging to his Pew mate he gallantly Whis a Perez a a you be dropped your handkerchief it Idun a an before she could reply he proceeded to pick it up. Horror to had sized the end of her pet skirt and did not to Scuor his mistake until tho top of a Gaiter so stared him in the face and a feint sound a Rofeh just nipped in tho Bud by the al Otkin. Of a real handkerchief warned him 01�?~its mistake. A. Fttie Long Sinco a Oor a if10 is Wise As an owl Quot dim so by one of his patients thus for intr i a Quot us How it is when we eat and a a Weilt 18 separated from tho drink a Hills. A a you it a said the Learned Man of pro in 300 118 10w there is in tho Nook a nil Ihu a a in no them to receive tho Moat pipe v re pc drink ��3 top of th0 this at.,Clapper and when to cat Wien aq00 8lut3,up the drink pipe and i Toa a run it turns Back upon the meat Pun a 07� kind of motion. Queer ap-&Quot&Quot>118 to n. ,� you a a a but doctor it Hen in,.10 Ola poor must play Sharp to oat pudding and milk. To Hilvy div Quot. to e a ted states Monsus the j in that. Paric of tho mountainous Region of Oregon Kim Fri As tho Yamill county lies a Small but Beautiful Volley surrounded by a High Chain of Hills that gives it that Pictor Esquo character which is often found in the scenery of the fio coast and on which the Eye. Rests with pleasure. This Small Valley is wholly Feiro Tilar in form about two and a half thries in diameter with a Rich soil Well watered the Yamhill River flowing nearly through its Centre with one or two Fitich wrecks which make Down from tho Mountain a Jacl their Waters to the so of the Clear sparkling Yamhill. It is Only a few years since tire dark skinned natives of the mountains claimed this charming spot As their own in fee simple a title which they possessed by occupation from time immemorial and it was a favorite resort for the tribes living tin that via in Ity who bore Friendly relation to each other. It was to to Lippi a land it f egyptian plenty for the Moose and. The Elk the Deer and the in Belopo ranged in Large herds Over Ful Valley affording to the unsophisticated sons of the Forest Noorily a storehouse of food Andi raiment of their skins but the excitement of . Tho surrounding Hills were covered with Majestic firs and works which gave Thorn tho Means of erecting Cabins comfortable for them during tho Winter snows arid fuel to protect them against the cold. But this of pm Security this inertness of life could not last forever and a. Cloud was lowering Over the Heads of the devoted i de men which was to burst and sweep them in time not Only from this Mountain paradiso but from tile Etta to. Itself. The White men eaten and when did the two races dwell in Harmony together a the stronger rules the weaker while the latter gives Way step by step until to my be compelled to relinquish ally Home friends and us in try and is event fully swallowed tip in the great Changos of the world till even his memory is forgotten. The Indian yields to. The vices of tho Wii Ito men without learning his Virtues while hew and dissolute hah its with the curse of tire water soon do to Iii worst and shortly the Bones of the. Indian race Lay unmarked and unknown in their native Homes. A a when the Whites made their appearance in this part of Oregon they found tho natives to be much Superior to tho California without being civilized they were More advanced than the Digger tribes for they built houses of Wood Anil clothed themselves warmly wit i the skins of the animals they killed u the Cline they were fairer in complexion braver in War arid More intellectual than tho natives of tho South. A it. Subsequently when the americans became possessed of the country and the Power of the indians faded before tile Marci of the Anglo Saxon race this Beautiful Valley was set off by the government ii a reservation a hero such trios As those to come within tho folds of Naterria government might do so. Several tribes were ,?e. Individuals of the Tri adopted the i Iris Levi livid Igo a Tio Whites and worked planted and reaped its they were taught but by. Far tho most were hangers on indulging in the vices of their a conquerors making tho problem a doubtful one if this dark muss. Of humanity Wero pc ally More Happy or better off or themselves than raised the wild Mountain or the Blooming Valley As lords of tho soil. Here Are now congregated portions of the Clu Katno tho two Lucy the. Ump Quas the Jiosue River and Triles arid it remains to he seen what the effect will to of bringing so Many together Sonto of which in former Days were in open hostility to each other. A ,. ,. A it is at this Point that fort Yamhill is located arid at this time july 18g2, is garrisoned of the United states. The relations existing Between our people and the indians of the reservation Are of a peaceful character and. A free communication exists . A Short time ago Only a few weeks since tho surgeon of the regiment was strolling in the Valley enjoying the Beautiful and grand scenery of the surroundings and with a Good Deal of interest visiting the villages of the different tribes congregated there he called at the Cabin of Ono of the principal chiefs and asked for a drink of water. An elderly but looking Indian. Presented Liim with a Eup of tho pure Cool spark a i have a wife and children and when i look upon their and forgot nil but them my heart is glad. They Are mine i Lovo them. But a Thorn of Cactus that finds its Way into tho hand be it Ever so Niall rankles and fes Jers and becomes a putrid sore. That Thorn is in my heart. Nineteen snows ago i had a Bright eyed Little girl. She was Beautiful be the Fawn and. Active As the Antelope. Her merry it ngh a Wes like sparkling Waters and wherever she ii riot seemed glad. Shall i Tell you she lived a my heart at last men Carrie with their wives and they saw my wild Flower and loved her.�?. Nyzio child help it the great spirit of the Lills made her Tri he loved. They wanted to and Loarn her to to a White woman to he one of their children to teach her to make the paper talk arid to have the paper talk to her. I know White Perille were Wise that they knew All things in the world and Many things beyond the Blue sky and i was willing my girl should learn and to Wise and great As she was Good. Seven snows had now passed Over her head when i gave my consent that she might go and live the White a to Man eight snows and then she should come Buck to my arms and my heart. She went and found a Happy Home with her new friends. She was their child. For the time and they loved Heras such. They taught Hor All they knew and she was their Pride As Well As. Mine. At last tho eight snows came find i called for Mona. I would have Hor with me. But my White Friend said a she has Mot-6 to team Leavo her in Rny care two More snows. I will Send her to san Francisco the big City where she will Seo Many new things and Lye. Taught More than we know How to it was a hard Strug-1 Gle but i knew the White people Wero my friends and for monads Sake i the two snows came arid Mona returned Beautiful a Siri Young Doo. Of How my heart swelled with Delight to look into her eyes. I could scary a by think it was my child my own Darling. Arid then she knew so much. She a could Tell of things in the. Blue sky that never heard of before. She would place the tall Trees on paper As if they grew there and she could sing 8weoter than tho mocking my White friends would have kept her hut i had waited so Long that i would not consent. She was mine now and i Vituld Havo her in Iny own Home. She Damn and my Cabin fire was one. My Bird still Sang and was Happy a a Yould you think of a tempest when All was Bright Sunshine ?. I was it worrier. I Ltd followed Ille War path against the Clackamas. The Calla Cooyas and the Tillamook and i had taken Many slaves. Aiming these i had taken with my own hand a Young chief of tie Calla Cooyas Gen. Ord�?T8 report of late fight on Ilie Hatchie in the Battle of Corinth tho enemy were the attacking party. Tho in cont Brilliant affair which conies from the army of tho West ton Osseo they Aro the attacking party. Van Dorn and Price after being whipped at Corinth make their line of Retreat towards what is called Davis Bridge across tho Hatchie about two Miles from Pocahontas. On Ali or approach to Corinth they crossed tho Ilat Phie which is not a Fordable Stream at Pori Lichtas and destroyed the Bridge. They must Cross to rtt Riyce to make Good their escape South a a i understand the. Mattor the rebels had crossed the River with a portion of their forces when Hurlbut attacked them and drove Ihorn Back after severe engagement with heavy losses on both sides. The Edemy Aro Feo now on tho Southeast Hank of the River pressed by blur but on trip Side Ros Pratis on the other Mcpherson on tho North and the River to the Southwest of them. It seems As though they could not a Stipe. Tho following . Ord a report of the Battle. / a Hospit a Nairi Pocahontas october 5, 186�?�.�?6 p. major general u. S. Grant s you could not Quito come Thi 1 a Llo of boots pm. An l shoes produced in 11 7 in i860 was nearly . Too. a a Job silk i Ibec Bocci iils 1111 Quot a a tons or its color will do a Burgh i in Vari it a Ful not Erly mayor of Pitts a let Wook Ling element with a Hearty Good will which might become a citizen of the refined world. Quot drink a said he a it is As Cool As the Mountain snows and As pure As tho spirit of tho tho intelligent of the speaker interested my Friend at Oneo in his favor while tho neatness of tho House and its apparent Comfort excited his Surprise and to complimented his Host upon his appearance. A Yos replied tho Indian in his own language it is Bott Efhan shivering in the Winter cold in our old House and it is better to raise the Good things of life in the ground rather than seeds of the wild grass on tho Clairis. White men Are great while tho red Man is weak. We Are children beside them arid Thoy teach us much that is Good with much that is bad. But All indians will not learn Good. Some like the shadows of the Hills. And the darkness of the Forest they keep their spirits in the Shade away from the sunlight of tho White Man s a who Are you that talks so much like the White Man a asked the surgeon in Surprise a indeed All the indians Are not like the Indian straightened hims of to his full height with dignity while he slowly replied As if with con Seius Pride though with something of native hyperbole a i am great with my people. I am the great chief of the Yamhill country i am fir tree of tho mountains. My spirit is with the Clouds my strength is with the Oruo a. My Bow was ought my hand was Strong my heart knew no fear my enemies fled from my War path a a great arid Brave and Good you must be a Hugh 1 Happy ? my heart is boiling in the Furnace of the fiery Mountain a and his Eye seemed lighted with Strunge Lustre. A How 1 a Man like you with trouble to oppress his heart with everything so Nice about you ? do not your wife and children make your liotart glad a. _ his countenance Bonamo agitated and some internal struggle seemed heaving his Manly Broast. Subduing his emotion he replied a stranger do you think the red Man has no trials do you think tho River of his life flows in a gentle current to the great sea of Booth i toll you Thero Are cannons and Falls and rapids and Rooks for tho red Man to pass As Well As tho White. Tho Serpent May Como to his House and his Little ones to Strong the Cougar May watch his path and Spring upon him or his Chie Kehs tho tem debt May make his Home desolate and his a Imp fires May to extinguished fur Over. You look like a Good Man. Sit upon that tool and my. Friend was Fasol Atod by the chief a a Mannor As Well As deeply interested and he eat Down to listen to an indians tale v an Active Young lir avd of Twenty two knows. To do him Justice he Eor Vod me Well lie was among the first in tho hut and none sent the canc Forward with a stronger Arm hut he inns my slave. A Only a to a in too Gono by, Roturie before Fri air she was engaged. She forgot her old father Rind Mother and often wandered away alone. Sleep was not in her eyes and her Tongue had forgot its office. Was Sho sick ? no. Was she contented wit i my Home. Yes. Did she want a new dross no. Wotila she have other food ? not All was Good. A i. Teared she was ill am a Mari have sent for tho Whito Medicine Inari. No she was Well. Ono Day i was returning from tiie Chase. Lien in a Cluster of Nina Vanitas near my Home i saw Here my child my Mona my Host beloved Bird in the arms of Niy slave. Had tho Firo o the Clouds struck to flown had i Fallou Frum a huge ledge of rocks 1�? my head turned round. A i forgot that i was on Earth. All came to me Thon arid rage made me Blind. I Drew Iny bowl i never missed my aim death was in my they saw me. Site threw her arms around the slave and cried a shoot him and you kill Ine tho same Arrow shall pass through us both a. I could not kill Here Sho was my child she was Strong in my heart hut the slave the slave to steal my Mona. My arms fell to my Side. My ill starred my my of my beloved orto Rusl Ioil to me threw her arms tightly around the a and cried a Fly 1 of Norm Fly 1 i no yours in life i am yours in death. Fly 1 Iii Iiona. In a inert a the slave fled like tho Coward he was and weak and Saint i was led by my child to my Homo. She loved my slave i talked to Helas i could. My White friends talked to her and wept. They would take her Blok she should live with them and to their child again. She should have clothes and food and love such As she had had. Would she come Hack and make their hearts glad without it tear in her Eye she took her Whito Mother s hand while her eyes sparkled like tho stars. A my White i Othor anti father i love you As i Lovo Niy life. You Havo been kind Anil Good to men ways. I Havo wanted nothing trom you. And my dark father a Sho continued turning Tomo a i am of your Kin i Lovo you As my Henrt can Lovo but i Enn Mit go Buck. I am an Indian in my heart in Indian i was born an Indian i will die. I cannot mix with the Whites their Laws and customs forbid and i Lovo tho wild Woods and mountains hotter than i Lovo tho cities and towns of the White people. And of 1 above them All i love Omana slave of he is better Aye far bettor than life and if i would live for you i will die for what could we say what would we do ? she would to a i Othor child a Fathor was my slave. Why did tho spirit of tho burning i in Luria a Heap coals of fire upon my head a m7 g a Ria Etc to our Lin my. A and your slave tho husband of your Mona to of him a Quot i Quot i to i to 1 my braves had been upon his Trail and in a few Days word was brought that the a wretch had been found dead his body suspended to tho. Limb of a tree with Nis flesh filled with Burnt splinters and the filthy Turkey Buzzer swore having a glorious fast upon a human body ugh 1�?� a and your daughter a a a Usho disappeared the Day after tho word Way brought. We Scaro hed and searched for two Days when at last path led to where the slave died. Iio was no longer suspended. On the ground Lay the lifeless form of my my a Mona and her arms clasped in tho cold embrace of death the Bones of my wretched slave.�?�. I joined the columns and took comr and at 7js of Olock this a. My a and found that Genii. Blur but had driven in Ishri enemy a Vidette and had skirmishes considerably in of the 4j h. I also found that he made for tho Advance of to Day. A. About half a mile from our Advance first with cavalry to which Thorp. Infantry in Force Wero a Oon a added the Road narrow and winding through swamp and Jungle and Over a Prev i of a trips. Ridges across which at times tho artillery was with difficulty dragged by hand a Fri one of tho most dangerous to attempt in the face of an on Etny i Havo Over seen. They Quot ook advantage of. Every swamp and Jungle for their infantry and every1 Ridge for their. Artillery from which a successfully i Ovil them generally at the double Quick for five Miles to and Aei Oss Itilio Hatchie at Davis Bridge Over which and up to the to pushed Thoni so rapidly that Taliej. Had not time to Burn tho Bridge. In driving the enemy we took two batteries and have them and at the River captured about 300 prisoners among whom Are Field officers Rind an Aid de Camp to Gen. Van Dorn who commanded tho enemy. On account of that Vve had frequently to attack Quot across open Fields and up Hills whilst the enemy a a Row under dense Coyer we have list quite a number of officers and men and have several Hundred wounded probably a greater Nui Onia to Luigi have tho Eue Iyih. Gun a Chou. Pampa of easy a can. Tus fid by a spent Ujj so fits of him in tho Side. A. I will Send you list of killed As soon As Thoy a an to brought in. Goh. Hurlbut has Cavali a in Pursuit of the enemy Ylio in Vod off to the South about 4 of clock this afternoon our infantry which Stephen a. Douglas. The Chicago times indignant at tho effects of the abolitionists to appropriate any share of judge Douglas Fame to Advance their Vilo purpose revives the following Winch took plane in tho senetto if the United states on the 25th of March. 18gl. The republicans had just passed territorial Bills which contained judge Douglas great priv cipro of popular sovereignty since repeated however a playful manner As follow s to the previous presidential Campaign. Said he. A a that is a very Good policy a much wis or and better Ono than i Fiad expected or hoped for trom a Republican administration. I no. that should have Mado As great efforts to defeat the Iii if i had thought they would Havo acted with As Ucli Wisdom and patriotism. A emr. Clarke you did not defeat them. A a or. Douglas no nor would i have made As great efforts to defeat them. A a or. Cli irked you did us no harm. A a a or. Douglas a if i did not defeat you it was not my fault. I used my Best efforts to do it. A emr. Clarke it. A a or Douglas i could not come if and you Seo the consequence. Soven states Are out of the Union civil War is impending Over you Commerce is interrupted Confidence destroyed. The is going to pieces just be cause i not defeat Ciu 1. No. Man in America believes these consequences would Havo resulted if i had been my efforts to defeat you. You can boast that you have Defeated me he Toic have Defeated yur country with me. You can boast that you have triumphed Over me but you Hare triumphed Oyer the Unity of these a slates. Youn Triu Sipili Bias brought disunion and god Only knows what consequences May grow out of it.�?�. This was on the 25th of March. In the ensuing april the rebels attacked fort Sumpter the president issued his proclamation do Clar Irig the existing rebellion and Call Irig for seventy five thousand volunteers to suppress it and the War comi nonce. It was on the 1st of the ensuing May that in Chicago Douglas made the last Public speech of his life in which he said. A a we cannot close our eyes to the sad and solemn fact that War does exist. The govern ment must be maintained its enemies Over thrown and the nip re stupendous our preparations the less bloodshed and tho Short or tho struggle. But we must remember certain restraints on our actions even in time of War. We Are a Christian people and the War must be prosecuted in a manner recognized by Christian a Lidh. B. A. A. A a w Emust not to Vado Constitution a rights this inn Ceni Iii st not Sujer nor War men it at ,i>iisr-- Savage Mist a al Ridl go a a a a so or but Liilo i Sanction it no inti n top Rigels of others i win implore my it a Tryn Iori not to Lay Down their arms . A a til i Constitution and its guarantees Are a Wilri and i am read to in. Both barrels into Esi if old squirt Price had any one Hump of phrenology developed More than another it was Corv Icide or kill Crow aliveness. From Corn planting to husking time from dewy morn until evening More than due lie might be seen dodging behind. Fences a Rowling around barns stalking along in the High grass with a Long single barrelled old gun trying to get a shot at tho Black thieves of crows that were forever at work on his old Sandy farm. A a a what Causo have you my aged Friend a brother Hornblower. Oneo said to him a a what Olauso i Avo you to molest those bird3, As a a toil riot neither do they spin a Ste yer what a answered tho squirt shaking his head with Savage jerks a a Homo Down to my House Ary Moran a fairly you la hear cries a brother Hornblower smiled grimly and walked gently away after that to got tho evening paper at tho grocery Post office. He set his Faco. Against jokes unless they Wero serious ones. A a whether it was brother Horny lower swords or More crows than usual tho neigh Boro around Squirio Pricor a farm were regaled for two Days after the above talk with such constant explosions of Gunpowder that it was surmised the Squire must have bought a a a Hull Kag of powder and Feller to help -. Him shoot the cd no of Tuono of this Energy a a that the persecuted devils Cana Ries flew away to other farms where powder Vas scarce first and fore Viogt desc ending in flocks on Bro ther .hornbiow6wsiriri"ds, and i digging up ris Young Corn a it was in the month of Mnyo until even he found cause to go at these Birds As done to spin for he found out that hey toiled most laboriously. Being a Man Ril peaceful disposition and opposed to the Csc of fire arms he thought Over asian by which fire to Jas might to used with great advantage to his Oivin Benefit by destroying a Largo number of crows at one fell blow. Jiow he succeeded in this a Tobii a was told a few evenings afterwards in the grocery Post office by Young Tyler a promising youth not As they say of other sad dogs a a quite got his set yet a that is attained completion in figure and Carriage. Seated on the Edge of a barrel half filled with Coro and. Cutting a piece of to one Only to be followed by a Mother Sharp Point to wits talking to another youth in a desultory manner. About his intentions a a to go by water Brevi ties. Viso and otherwise hunger Novarir saw bad bread. 7 nothing iries sooner than a tear. A the Man who can put up stove pipe without swearing has loft town. ,. Done to fret on account of your creditors will do it for Yop ,. Daigh at no Man for his pug nose Oil can Nevor Tell what May turn up. Tho Call to religion is not a Call to l o better than others hut yourself. A a. Pipes Ore taking who Pineo of Meers rims Aro All tho rage just now. Men. To faithful to Yorior country and your god Anda sure Irish Eritano awaits you., a in raising volunteers we not Only skim our population but to Tako tho Cream of it. A. Drops of rain brighten the Meadows and Little drops of kindness brighten tho world. Prentice says the night Cap a would to the Cap of Liberty if it Wero not Lor curtain lectures. A -. Birds Are the poor Many a music Flowers the poor Many a poetry and the Rioh Man has it it hotter. ,. Quot now Why is a Needle in a Haystack like glue.?s because you Ouri easily find it in a Irish definition of an open cd ont i Natice. Is not a bad one a a Morith from oar a to ear.�?T. In old Bizzle a Schooner next trip she. Took whop Squire Price came in to it his daily now Papor the beg blown Democrat. A a you bin giving them crows tickler Hail a mind to you Squire a asked Tyler tho Youthful. A. A. Wal about As much As they Kin Kerry a answered the Squire. They a mind to bin squawking round my Prem ses none to speak of a ,. A a they bin round brother Hornblower a Lii Elk As Poison though a said Tyler a lie counted on killing a bout a Milyon on Mem yesterday in by to did no to amt Orimo a a tho right he Neitch at Mem a. A a put a couple of barrels into Mem yesterday.�?�. A ,., a a Why How you talk you done to mean it a. A a Honor Bright i to got a big try vers never fire no Guys _ secession Cognize it open and you have not Only Ais t. I solved tho gov Ormont but you have destroyed at Short Range for seven hours being too much social order upturned he foundations of society. You Havo inaugurated anarchy in its the relay marching 2g_ Miles and to Day fight-1 ing live Miles Over this country Ancier a fire fatigued to pursue to Day besides it will take until dark to bring in the the their charge Over tho miserable Bridge at Davis Creek and up the 6teep beyond exposed to a murderous fire of Shell grape and canister with three of their Bat teries play Iii upon them at canister Range however Fly Riyad that wherever their officers drive to Lead them the Trion will go. Genera is blur but Veeh and la Mun tho former commanding the division the latter two brigades did not confine themselves Filone to their duties As commanders but did Evory thing that men could do to off Ike Victory their respective staff officers i must also add Ray sincere thanks for the Zeal and Energy with which Thoy discharged their arduous duties throughout the Day. To tho officers of tho line and the men from what i have soon of them to Day 1 can Only say that should tie fortunes of War continue them under my command it Niy Pride to win their Confidence. Gent Vve Aeh pushed tho enemy with great vigor arid Success in front until then forces were so much increased that it be Cariie necessary to bring up our Reserve under command of >.,. Lauman which i ordered at once where upon tho enemy were driven from their last stronghold Gen Lauman showing by Liis coolness Energy and courage that the front was his proper place. Gen. Hurlbut has reported to me that lie Luis Gathro about 900 arms already thrown away by in their Retreat and expects to collect a Largo number names of 589 prisoners Havo already been registered Anil they Are still being brought in. From the nature of the country worst form and will shortly experience All the horrors of a French revolution.�?�. This was on the 1st of slay. At tho expiration of another month he was dead and these were his dying words a a Tel u them to obey the Laws and support the we know nothing More monstrous Tymn that abolitionism should undertake to appropriate Douglas to its present use. His whole life not Moro than his dying breath was a protest against abolitionism and no statesman so clearly As he for saw its culmination and to often and earnestly in tend the country of it and Besought it to Avert it. When again abolitionism shall Daro to outrage the memory of tho dead statesman let his last injunction repulse it a Tell to Iem to obey the Laws and support the a murder at Harrisburg. A terrible crime is reported in the Harrisburg papers As haying been committed Thero recently. On. Friday evening a Little girl about 5 years old daughter of or. Emanuel s. German was missed and on saturday morning it was ascertained that the child had been seen Early in the overing passing up second Street in company with a Man a stranger to those who met him. A Day saturday diligent search was Mado without Success. It was of sunday morning and sume gentlemen who visited what is Wetzels swamp a goes into known As Wetzels swamp within a Short distance of tho City Wero startled and Horri a a _ fied to find the Little Ono they wore in Seaboh Over which we fought it is impossible to or of lying upon her face in tho Woods a mangled rive at any accurate estimate of the number Corpse 1 a terrible wound was found on tho of the enemy but this May be inferred from left Side of the Ueoka severing tho main Arto tho i number of arms thrown away the Quan by and fracturing the right jaw Bone by the Tity of their artillery and the fact that a por Sido of the deceased Lay a bundle of candies Tion of their forces engaged against us were with which her fiendish murderer had no not at Corinth. Guns Are heard to night in doubt enticed her to accompany him. The the direction of Corinth. Wound was at first supposed to Havo Boon in Gen. Blur but will pm Ash Forward Early to-1 flirted with a pistol Ball hut on a postmortem Morrow morning As it is presumed general Roso Orans is the e it Emy. My personal staff division surgeon s. B. , capt. Sharpe and Lieut. Brown a. R d. 0., and Gap. I Otaling 2d Illinois Caval unparalleled Crimo by and a. D. C.,, by turns colonels would Havo induced examination it seen is to Havo been the work of a knife or other Sharp instrument. There Are various surmises As to tho per be Rator of this most infamous horrible and a a a a and tho motive the it. Many Are of the. By. Of regiments or captains of batteries cheer opinion that it was committed by an escaped ing and leading themon through the thickest Lunatic from the Insana Asylum some of the of the fight. They always took the shortest inmates of which institution occasionally find Lino to danger on tho Field and were always their Way into tho City. Others Are disposed on hand when wanted. I a Ormond them to to attribute it to a Penitentiary convict who tho con adoration of the government. E. 0. 0. Ord major general. 8sf�?o a shop keeper was asked How to obtained the application of Little Rascal and replied a to distinguish to from tho Rost of tho Trade who no nil great 8��f Jorrold went to a party at which a or. Pepper had assembled nil Bis friends. Jorrold said to his Host on entering the room a. My Doar or. Popper How glad you must be to Seo All your friends mustered in �c7 adm was fond of his joke and when he saw his sons and daughters marrying one another to dryly remarked to Evo. The Quot to if there had been no Apple Thero would have been no pairing. A tub noise of Battle. A the Roar of a conflict where three or four Hundred Cannon Are Boloing Forth destruction and do Atli Oan be faintly imagined by tho following statement Ile Sohel gives three Hundred and forty Miles of the greatest known distance to which sound has been married in the air. This was when tho awful explosion of a Volcano at st. Vincent a was Hoard at do Morara. Tho Oan nowading of tho Battlo of Jona was Hoard in tho opon Fields Noar Dresdon ninety two had threatened vengeance against governor Curtin or Somo other member of his family for refusing to Pardon him and that he a ducted or. Germans Little girl supposing her to to to a daughter of tho governor a mistake of tho kind might Havo occurred As tho families live in close proximity and tho children of both Hove Boon inti Inato associates in following is an accurate do sorption it tho supposed murderer furnished by those who saw him in company with tho deceased a about Twenty five years of age five feet eight inches High slim built thin face dark hair dark complexion Rathor Sallow smooth face wore a Soldier a a Cap very much faded a Miles and in tho of moment of tho fortress i jjll0 mouse nud old dirty Groy pantaloons was very distinct. Tho bombardment h in of Thant twin Ink Tom of the Antwerpen 1822, is said to have Boon heard in tho mines of Saxony Throo Hundred and so vol to Miles Distant. Torn about tho Bottom of the legs several persons wore arrested on suspicion but of being confronted with those who had seen tho murderer and met identified wore released. Tho chief Deteo Tivo of Philadelphia tiie Pennsylvania Coal le-1 is on the snot at the govern or a request and High canal has Boon repaired and is now will use All possible Means to discover the again open for navigation. Tho first boat murderer. Governor Curtin by proclamation loaded with Coal Minoa tho freshet passed into offers sl.000 Reward for tho apprehension and he canal a Mauch hunk on Thi 20th ult. Oon Votion of the wretch know she got wizened night Afore inst Down there in to lib Woods do Nuthie with her and she died same night go he und skins her and a throws her out that Gully Down there Bizzle a Wood and say to to me for i was Over Thero Workin for him says How theron la to a Power a a crows onto Hort Snori or and ,1 Cali late ill fix n few on a Ems i will a so next morning a that was we went out Bright and fairly and rigged up a kind of Blind at the Side of tho Gully right Over the old carcass. Then to got our Ann Unishun All ready both barrels All loadid.�?�. A a % j Rig a Saiff the Squire rubbing his bands a i wish id bin Thero.�?�. A a got All ready. Purty soon up comes Ono Crow sails tend and round then two of three More then a few Moro they begun to smell meat. Then they flew lower and lower bime by one not Tola onto a old Doad Cedar and begins cawing for dear life. Then Down lie comes then More and More of pm. Round they come cawing and Flap find Ali or wings Clouds of pm. Guess there was a bout two Hundred settled onto that old a a wish i d Biri Thero with my gun in spoke the Squire intensely excited. A a a Feller could have made the most biggest kind of a ,.a a Wal we waited and waited till the old Kaow was Black As pitch with Mem. Then Hornblower he nudges to. To got barrels All ready big loads in Mem. A fire a says he. I braced my leg up again my Barril he Brit ced his leg no agin his Barrilo a a a we what a said the Squire. A a we give the most All Fred est shovel and Over we wont barrels stones dirt and Gravil Lead for most Spang into them crows and Doad Kaow 1 i toil you for about a ivo minutes i Caloz Lato i never seed hitch fuss feathers flirt and Gravil and Kaow Bock flying As i did then. Things was mixed up most Promiscuo sly you can bet yer life on it Bimo by i of Homo to and lion i raised up i found i was sitting onto four dead crushed crows brother Hornblower and Kaow meat Gina rally. So i dug. Out and lifted up tho games brother Hornblower first off. Who to cum round a Little says a it to Tyyor i con Eaic something Way a bout those parts in a a it a a a you air about fight in your sup Posti shuns says i a tho Gravil Banks busted Dud its a Nearcy to and to in kingdom hum a a a a done to talk that Way a says How lots go up and fire a Cupple barrels More Inte the Bastid Reb bils for ,. A a a no Yoi done to this morning As i knows on said i a in be got enough shootid1 crows Yon in Shin. Not. Time i go so noting crows a Long any buddy. In a going to do it Cliris tinn Faslun with gum barrels. And not Hist id old flour pm rails filled Grevil. That kind of shooting done to suit Niy style of lion so a Spe Shally hefty for most inter a dead know a a a a a Only four Oroff Kilt 1�?� said tho sure with a groan. A a to think what a follow might have done if to had Only have spread himself Judish Sously Asho name tumbling onto a Oil Spang 1 Wal la looking choir in gov to Young Lylor a you cml Dnn to do Moron fire both barrels into Mem of they was four barrels could you a a Continental 3 a oilily. Surely that Man May be envied who cats eat pork chops for supper and sleep without a when May a a ran be said Toba a dressed in borrowed plumes a when to is tarred and feathered. A ,. Quot a l almost every Young lady is Public spirited Onri ugh to Havo Hor. Fathers House used As a court House. A a. It is fortunate for Fortune that she is Blind else she might Blush to behold the fools Sho patronize. ,.modesty and the Dew Lovo the Shade both of them sparkle in the Light of Earth Only to ascend to heaven. Of All ignorance,.that Wlinich is silent is tha least productive for prayers May Stig Gest Ati idea if they Start one. A. ,. Though tho proverb says you cannot make an augur Hole with a Gimlet yet a Small Man May make a great bore. A. Since the demand for lint became so great Many of tho very Best ladies of the nation have got scrape. A. Iio who truly wishes the happiness of any one some Mode of contributing to it i mrs. Partington say���8 i ii Agrical of , than to to All the time flinging epitaphs at him a nonsense cried the Deacon the prayer Book knows hotter than you i should think or it teach to say a Otmen in a. Wise men Aro educated by reason men of. Less understanding by experience the most ignorant by necessity find the Best by nature. Kindness is stowed away Iri the heart like Rose leaves in a drawer to sweeten Ivory object around Thorn. A an excellent grammarian gives it As,4 reason Bine Mark that blow in tho past tense is blow. It a r who Rover Morganis guerrillas go the rebels got relieved in their feelings and the Union Mon in their purses. Iam surprised iffy dear a that i. Have never seen you idus Lnu a Liq fact is lius band i was born to Blumli a a a Man in London is going to have his life insured so that when be Dies he can have something to live on and not to dependent on the cold charities of tho a world Asho once was. A a. A. An editor says the Only run on Why his House was not blown away during the. Last Gale was because there was a heavy Mort a a Gage upon a won inn is a Good Deal Uke a piece ,. Trio More Yon Are ruined the Blosor she clings to you. A wife a love done to begin to show give itself till 11 to mho Riff is after you. Sectarianism when carried to extreme is a a piss a Abl Short sighted prejudice. Itma Kea you hate , because he eats his oysters roasted when you prefer them in the Shell. A poor Soldier in a Hospital at Nashville tenn., with both legs shot away Hail a Traci Givon by n by an exemplary co Porteur upon the a evil effects of modern doubtless he will mind a waggish Deacon overheard a so Looi Mno ter giving lessons in grammar. A you cannot Placen the singular article a said Trio pro captor a Soforo plural nouns. No one cud. Say a pigs a women a. Envy inc revises in Oxtot proportion Witer Fame tho Man that makes a character makes enemies. A Indian Genius Calls Forth swarms of peevish biting swinging insects just As the Sunshine a we Kris who world of flies. -. A minister who had been appointed Chap lain in an Ohio regiment lately wrote tho following Noto to a both or preach or a dear Bruthers if you can get a co Mishun As a chaplain it will a month and Liyin beside. The Caus of Krist kneads you Iri his army.�?�. An a boy was lately gent to Olavo at one House a Box of pills and al another six live fowls. Liq Eomme confils cd on. Tbs Way 1m loft tie pills where tho fowls should Havo Gimo and tho fowls it the Pill place. The folks who received the fowls Wero astonished treading the accompanying directions a a Swallow Ono Ivory two�?~hours.�?T. Iron the year 1850, or. March an Able chemist connected with the Royal Arsenal discovered that it is an invariable Rulo with Iron which has remained a considerable time under water Yohon reduced to Small grains or an Impal aple powder to to Como red hot and ignite any in Stanco with which it Comoa in Contact. This he found by scraping Sony corroded Motel from a gun which ignited tho paper containing it and. A. Burnt a nolo in his pocket. Tho knowledge Oxola med Arrah my Honor you Lii Iid it of this fast is of Groat importance As it May was Moat and drink to you by my soul j account for Many spontaneous Firos and of Jit is a much bettor thing for it is washing Plo Sions. I and lodging Loo a in a new raised corps a Soldier of Servi to Bis Comrade who was an irishman that a Corporal was to to Oisin issued from Trio regi Mont. A Faith and indeed a replied tlio.Irish-. A Man 11 Hope it is tho Corporal is so troublesome in our it what is his name a asked the other. Why. Arrah dear Honey it is Corporal punishment to to a englishman boasting to an irishman that Portor Ivas meat and drink and soon afterwards becoming very drunk on return ing1. Homo fell into a ditch where Diso Vorba him and after looking it him for Samo to Nib

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