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MOWED HIM BLACKWATER.
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R O F iM K T U S I.O V fc
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Copyngbl i toti, by HoUrrlus Lov»
1 1 i U M IH the i ii I miii I I»• I\v«-i*11 lh<- linea In il zone uf
OtnaraJ bhvrijan'y ^oka. an an
and Gbitm ata Cenftdtrafa.
ucnil Phil Sht-rlvlun luifl a at rang
■ etyae o f hvinor, wUleli helped ua out
i, iKideruhly ill lim e»,'' »a y » M ajor YY'
II Spi-ra, ante »u rvlvor o f Nhvrldno'a
escort mi Hi«- fuiiioii« rule to Y\'lu(.'h«a-
ler " I leiiietnlier ««in* when we were
iry l'ig to reach « eri-ek «'llllisj ftkieb
vn'ei lie hulled iiii o i l mini In passing
mid a«! ed him «yilealloua. The oJ J u.-an
refiiM-il lo «Hr«« I him (o I he creek,
plainly liilium llng that Ills »yiupathle«
Were with l.ce
" llovv fur ure we to lilackw uterV
n ke,I Hheriduli. atudylbg u uiap In
front o f huu.
" 'I du trot know, Mir,' replied the e!<l
•''H a v e you never lieeu to iiluckwa-
ler, 11 rid luijulrwl Hherlduu.
" I lui i e never l»e*u to I Hack water,
air.* «Hupped the old mini
" '.Never lieeu to black water?' In-
“ ‘No. »Ir,' Huld the old man.
"•Sheridan m l led un orderly and tn-
«triH led him b> urreHt the old inau and
lend him ut the head of the troope. F or
four lull«-» I tie old fellow walked ;that
du«ty road getting madder every min
ute and lic k in g In the cloud« o f rtuat
rulM-d hy llu* troop«
“ U lieu we readied lllaekw ater, Bhnr-
id in rude forw ard und »«-lit for the okl
mail, w ho clime allently enough, but
with de.'ia.'iee ami hatred allowing
plululy l.i every action
" 1 nought It a pity, air.’ »aid Hb*rt
duo ijuletly. 'tliat a tunn born ond rala-
i«l here, na you tell me you were, hud
never had an opportunity to »«•« a cr*»-k
only four m ile« from hi» home. 1 have
brought you hole. ». 1 r. to show you
Itlip k w ater i ri»-k
When you « .« v t
looked at It well. *!r. you n a f r*turu
to your h'uiie In »afety. sir.'
"Tin- « re»tf:illen man ipitetly retired
to I»e met all nleng the line with cheers
h ii .I y e ll» and c«.urteona Inqnlriea ns to
liow I»- liked the looks o f Iilack»ra-
ter " - (irn lu n a tl fo m m errla l Trltiune.
Grand Arm y
C V I, F T O R
M A K S lu Y
ItllfN 'f* o f N ew Yu S t«
working on n inonutuellt to
tom me morale th» fuun«!“ - v,f the
tirsad Arm y •>! the pep itil 1 ■'. I*r.
Itenlaiidn Franklin Stephenson
Of tipi lllgi'a-td. Id. *1 he teeumrllii.
s three aided obtll'-k. Is to lei
erevttd In Washington at the
Junction of lAlllleMIla eve 1 len il'l
street». In U.e
middle o f a circular gins* plot,
and It !« to lie ready for d«»tleu-
tlou aleert Aug 1, Ilf»**, when
there will lie an encampment of
the tirn cl Army to unveil It.
Congre»« has appropriated ? !0 -
00b. ami fi A li men haverai-ed
< if a) addition.il, so that
the monument w ill bo a fcpleiulld
I>r. Ktephenson was regimeutnl
aurgeoti of the Fourteenlh Iiii-
nols volunteer lafan try dm lug
Its tlin-e years of acrvlce In the
weaL HI* rank was tiiat o f ma
lie w hs born la YVuyne
couaty, 111., In 1STJ in d 'le d In
1*71. Hr. KlcphenMiu grew up
III SangHinou couuly and lived
many ye-irs In Bprlugfleld.
was while rr«hllng In that city
r.hortiy a fte r the close o f the war
that he conceived the Idea o f sn
org m iration o f veterana and
worked out the ritual. The ttr»t
'• A It inottlng wna held April
fj, I*- *i. In Oecalur. III.
The founder o f the ord»r met
many reverses In life and died a
It was not
until a fter hia death that tbo
Grand Arm y gre-.v to »ueh tnag-
phenson devoted much time and
thought to the order, to the neg
lect o f his own medical practica
and the consequent liuporerlah-
meut o f his fam ily.
He was a
g'-neroiiH. cheerful man. with an
abiding confidence In the ultl-
Miiafe realisation of his dreams,
though be did not *lve to witness
the nation wide growth o f the
O. A. It
A warm col or «-d granite will he
used fo r th» shaft, the pane’» on
each side containing the figures,
badges and Inscriptions to be o f
y o u il K** " I i ure frutti Udii armi«-.«
v hai Inlppnicd t>
( uloii « i l ! "Jenni«-'
«Iter In the civil hi» friend II«- rm*!i«-«l io ih«- wuiin«l«*d
■ \ Ÿ -
muli unii uuiiiagc<l lo pilo! lilui to n
w-ir? F ie ry III
Ile while llilw lu 1 più, «• of leiiKouablc aafi'ly lilv lu g Itur-
lliolom ew u drink o f water frolli hi»
lu M»k«-d I • Htlti i-ll. thè little drutlllljer dasin d
I ni in •• il I h t ely awny lo !iu«l Ilo- regi meli tal »urgeou
springs il 11 u crop The dm tur prola-d thè «o lim i w llli hi»
llllg-'l« «utj tuli) II m * l»»y Ih al lllll IllljU
ol «luliai««il In. ci
tant waa dulie far unii II would do no
Hier for llii'iu
g «od to move hlm Itili after thedoetor
nel \ en or f or ni il
Very proli ; liad gol»«- to oltu-r d u lie» thè boy liuut-
cd up thè tdg driliii major, fb a rle a \V 1-
u lily llie young
uni ko idler I h not ley. who lieiped hlm ■ nrry Itartholo-
üuw ulive, nuil If mew lo a hou»e. YY'lieii thè l'ulot)
ulive tic I h n fo rre» were «Irlven back. " J r ti ti le " r«r
grlM led veteran, fueisl lo len ve hi» friend to f ili luto thè
for II I h forly- eii«-my'» hand». Ile anee«-e !ed Iti ret
lli ree year» »Ine* llng thè ofllccr Into un army wagon
an i reninlin-d tu utteuilunee iiutil liur-
llie war ended.
M er» hoy» u ere th<douievv w a » »«f«- i u tire Federai boa-
plentiful on ledit pimi «ni Itonuoke lahiml The ud ut a ut
l-PA.H&AK MV .
nlden o f lile terri- reeovi-ri-d uni tolvl wtiat thè t»>y had
o r n u w v Q L ic
"lin riiltnti » VIT. I w A» |,:ei onlllel Sonie dotte for hIrii More Ihun thlrty yeara
g > v ' ;H-'
a » •
la m e » a v ."
,,f u„. »trip lin g« laler .lodge l.augU-ln re«-elv«-d fha
who |,ore iniiakel* were surprisingly nudai o f h uor for thal »e rrile .
- - ri
'A ''- .,'- ' *
T w o ut'ier Joung druinuu-ra front
youliifill. while there were drummer
New York v.ere l'red \V llltarhy a p i
Iniy» «if amusingly lender yearn
Philip f o r ili, both n ltli thè Nlnety-
*?• ; • ••
¿ ' "1
h i|>» the yoiiiige»! druiiinier «vu» John
Theoe boya were
nie llrookn. luler John F llri-oks. Iô»«| . iz 1 ri t li vnluuteer»
In»,n rniiipitnh.ua throughout thelraerv-
who prnelleetl law at ICIInworth. Kau
Johnnie vvent Into llie »erv lee « « n drum I | i t o f tlin-e «vara A fter they refurnrd
flier ln>y nt llie ng<- o f nine year»
lie limile and rrevv up they r-iarrled alr-era
was more (ban two: ty n-.l>< from hi»
nerved from July. 18*0. lo August.
li-i-s and r.<- felt dead »ure of g ttlug
Hut he whh n«d «•iill»l«sl.
I ll» blo- k » o f ••», ti other
By MITCHEL FAY.
fa llier waa a lifer In the muñirían»' lattiglielo. the»e boy» «a w mueh uervleo
The -log» kept the si-pnt for nl-.ot n
« or pa, und file I» V weld iilnng to lirai
rCopyrigfit, 1508, by C. N. Lurte J
mho. when they loKt It e r a <-n-i k The
A Memorial Day Perm by
One o f Jolinny’a »ad dulie» ItJtarhy Iti laler llfe told ai ime IntereHt-
Y'unk had w nlk'«l lu the water some
f t « non
S m ith
Ing farla nliout t!»«• llfe o f thè drmu-ner
wan lu lient the dead march III ludlun
distance. ur«l itiru. Ir.«t«‘.ul o f getting
Y ankee sol
REUNITED AFTErt MANY YEARS
u I m 11 « wr hen Ito- 1« «1v of I'renUleuI boya
haik oti to 'try land on the opposite
dier 1 ever
"YVe llved thè «a tre n» *!ie aoldlera,”
l.lucoln wn» fiorile through llie atrectn
si le. he crrrensl farther up.
knew, suld tb*
Orothars Rcpartad Killad In W ar tataal
» L O N G t he
there lo Ile In »la te for n lirlef tin i» he aald. "Ivepig aervrd wlth *he «am e
tl-n w the dogs off the »vent for quite
on l i » i Farm.
v i l l a s of
during the Journey from \Vn«lilngton n»rt o f uniforma. geni-rally too big,
eran. was a fel
Jeremiah M -Farland a 'd Ids brother.
Ttd rly year» « f i e r and thè aau.e «ort o f rottomi.''
low who cam e
The first w e h »s n l o f o-:r man he’d
James McFarland who Urea at Han-
the war tld« drummer l»i> » n-iigu-«-»
down to spy os*
taken a horse out o f a w idow 's barn.
*icc, I h -I u ware comity, la., recently
■mill lilt rodured a re-rolli: Ion to hove
tia. Talk about
YV# followed trim through a clump of
mol for I he llrsl time In ntsirty a half
H o t:
the »ii-retarv o f wnr iuu»ter In and
eels. This n:an
I h > i !« c » where there w a» n «tore a:; 1
, «'iitury. Facb hellev«*! the other lo be
it!», hnrirr John IV llr,,< L«. mi lin t he
was slippler than
learned that he'd gone Into the store,
might g •! llie regulur pay for ht» two
any eel that ever
told the storekee|>er that be was a
lu the year 1VSI thi-sa brothers were
yeura o f »erv lea
Confederate courier in h burry with
th in g I i New Y’ ork slate and •nllaU-d
Only n few month» ago an nppllra
five lingers. And
Important <U«pn'ches. helped himself fo
lu the t'ui ui army. On going to the
tin i w a« ree, tw it hy the New Jemey
the gall he had! A
•vh«t he could find to eat m il a s k »!
front they iv r l* engaged In tlve battle
ad Jutant general for a civil war vet
uocse nt the end
o f Shiloh
Jeremiah wns carried off
many a long
o f a rope didn't
i-runa medal, a » provided hy the alale |
per. as he was mighty food of It on
the bauletleld with a ll bullets In hia
seem to have r.ny
legh tature, fo r llautel W illiam », who
The storekeeper (Tire him a
body, and the report wns carried ta
Scuad in our dreaming tar*.
terr-T» for him.
wn« believed to have liera the Jo.lug
box. and the Y'ank Juiup«*d on b:» horse
Jaun-H that his brother was d«-ud Jgr
And, hark, the battle thunders swell
YVe'd take b!m.
net dm in ni< r leiy regularly aallated
( and g.illo|»ed aws v
etalu'l also wus given the same rt-p'-rt
Across the gulf of yearei
he'd escape, and
W lillom a went Into the volunteer fe r v
Funny, wasn't It—n man (lying from
that tils brother was dead. Iloth. a>'-
Instead o f ge’ -
ile when lie n a » «leven yearn, liv e ,
ccptlt-g ttie sinteiuent« as true, made How strange, how awift, the after days! the rope »0 particular about the son-
KE OOT VAUT THE
ting back Into
tinnitila ami » l i t en data old. ’th a t !
soiling o f Ills food ’ Hr tb's time we'd
Spring after spring goes byt
no further lue«-stlguti«»n
At the ei-wte
a n t lit I « t 3
l i e rervvd with both
o f the war both men went west. James
li e wouldn't go
a a s going straight In tho direction o f he'd go on spying.
New Jersey an t l*enn»ylv antri volili!-
In lessening murmurs die;
locating In Imtsware county, la., and
he Federal linos, but Ills horse didn't back to the commander i\ bo »»--it him
Mr \\ l'Ila in» now r-v-l-l--» In
Jeri-miah going out to Washington The ranks are thinned, their work long
seam tn be nsarli o f n Iteast fo r eautir- uutll he'd fiulshed his Job end gut nil
state. In ull tbeoe yi-nrs uo effort vvaa
nuiv. for v. e kept bearing uf the man the Information lie wanted.
lue o f tin- moet remarkable rv-eonla
The ttetely heads grown white.
made to cn-ar ui> the mystery that
Cur trouble was that w e were in tho
nearer and nearer
YY'iien siiout two
for a drummer hoy Is that made hy
seemed to surrouu I the death o f both And brave old comrades ere by ore
miles nheiid o f us ha left the rond and field, where we hadn't any Jail to put
John I. i lem. now n eolonel In t h -»
Peas out beyonu our eight.
men until lust full.
made far 1 M g fek l. letting down a him la. The first tim e we caught hint
irg -ilsr nriuy
fie n i «va» the fanion»
On the occasion o f the mooting o f
rail fa..ce to g ;t Into It. He soon struck red handed, with mc-noranda o f our
“ drummer l»*y o f Khllo’i " A fter f««-:i
the (Nand Army o f the Republic lit
the mail again, and it xv.i« evident that forces on him. the guunl was deed
eral («rant hi-ea. e pie-,nient lu IFt-'l fi
Saratoga. N. Y , Jeremiah went there
he’d 1 t T .d e o cutoff. Tlien w e followed tired after a twenty-four hour march
youth Hcap-cty rlgb'is-ft y ,a t » of Hg •
•is a delegate from Washington and
up u « reck that was pretty ueur end went to Fleet». T o get ntray that
gained »dm ittiii.iT to the W hite liou -e
lie had a ismversatlon with
YY'e caught him and
dry n-.d at I -«t o « ‘ e to hi.i horse, ly , time was easy
“ Mr 1‘n-aideut.“ h«* »nid. " I calne to
one o f the old soldiers, who. noticing
i-hut him up In a box car on the rail
ing st >r.e dead lu a cotton field.
rio|Ui-lt you to a liuti Un* to Itie Mi:t- ,
(he badge nnd the name o f Mr McFar-
H e sawed a hole In the
“ H ooray!" w e ell shouted. "X\'e’re road track
tury ars-lriil.v ut Went I'ollit "
gouM Ktg uttooga
I. 11 d. asked lilm if h<- h id any relatives
grg him! Another ml!e or tw o 'll do th* bottom o f the car. let him self down
“ Why iloii t you take the regular r i
J’ lill Con-ll t o lj liow he and Fred living In Ilelnware county, la.
r.nd got past the guard in th? dark
n in I tut t Ion ?” naked tin- ptvsldent
Hliseh.v wer«- put to tw-vl one night hy ipiestloo set him to ihluking thal there
I*'.:t he'd been riding nil the while ness.
“ I have dont* ao. hut I failed to n motherly southern woman In her #ul tlit l i n e I hs - ii n mistake In the death
. id ur.i- t have lieeu as f tv - li as a daisy
Ti'eil, we caught him again, though
P » hm ," admitted th<* Imv
When be returned for
guest ehanilcr. tucked In "Just like o f tits brother
Anrx-ay. he gave us n this tir e he tried hard enough to make
“ That I» very uufortuuate." aald the mother used to do nt home," and then his trip h siie he decided to atop at
l i v e l y ch ase.
I ' i Pac«, an 1 1 wantisl to siring hlin
prcaiiliint. "hut y o i »tumid II I ve Htudiml given u good night kls» hy the tender tiiat place and make some Inquiries.
FI. at w e ca uu* right up. The colonel came pretty near
heart «Ml Y'lrglnl.i «lady, who had n boy A rriving ut Mam lu-ster, la., he was In
upou his bat, that giving ir.e tin order to d j so. but cott-
"M r President.” aald the iippllcuiit, o f her own lu the Held lighting against formed that there was a .lames M cFar
bud d o u b t l e s s clt>-'t-I tiiat he'd better g;d the gen
“ while the other hoy» who took the them.
Next morning Ihetr host«*»»
L».'«'U klKs ked off eral's or«!er, and this necessitated o r r
c m min.i Hon with me were la achool I g iv e them a Hue breakfast und then Thither J«*rom!nh went, nml to his em a * d , n in e , t h u DAnxcTH t.'N Peas s w e l l !
by a brunch, and keeping him overnight. Th is time we
vvnn In the w c r "
loaded them down with yauia.
he hudu : lo s t decided to put him lu a farmhouse.
“ W h at!" cX«-lJlnn«t the preaideDt
Nome years ngo the YY'iseonsIn legls-
(Inn- in picking YVe put a guard in the r<»>m with him
“ IVhut w ar?"
H ave f i l ed the ,iet!cn's hrart.
lature voted a gold medal to II. IS.
Borne o f and a double guard on tin? outside o f
8 trong men. once children st our side.
G *«»ra l Grant's Joke.
"T h e i tv II w ar I m«rvcd four yearn." Frauelseo. living nt that Mine In M m -
o u r uicti had the house
Now fill tre ir destined p rt.
Ftlot M Miller. •■ civil engineer o f
Tin- MoldliT prcvldellt looUeil the tarn t'lly . In . In the belief that he was
for.-ed him to e.x
Tiie Y'a'ik. beside« being site!;, w r »
youth In the cy e John fle tti productsl the youngest I'lilou soldier who served New Orleans, tells iiow General U. S. But otill thoy stand— those broken
chum e a pair o f the lest looking chap you ever sa e
Id« paper», i.(low ing that lie tolti tin* In the civil war
Fritnelsco had en Grant made tils father. Chaplain M il
woi n ut a ti o «* s In yo-ir fife, and he hud such n plea«-
T o share with spirits dr.ir
l'n-aîdeiil tirant i-oiuuil«»lotiod listed ut fourteeu years of age
Y'cry ler. swear:
fur his b. ots. and ant.emllo that I hate-1 the Idea o f put
It was one o f the ehnplMlu's duties to Tho incense e f a people’s thaiVx
him ua KCi-oml lleutcnniit In th<* regular s<s)ii stories begun to nppeiir In liehalf
p.«-tty *«»'ii we ting an eti-J to It
There was a h a!f
Uprising yer. by year.
o f other “ youngest soldlen»." t\ II. receive and distribute the mail to G en
found blood In his grown girl In the house, nu awkward,
Another drummer boy whose rri ord YY'ynn o f Nlmix c ity . Is., had enlisted
W e cal- frcekltsl. re-1 headed thing that uotie o f
abili«*» brightly wna J f Jullua l.mig- nt the age o f thirteen years nnd eleven uns late he wns greatly annoyed by Alas, how soon those passing hest»
« ulated we jsere us notice 1 ->r considered any elem ent
belli. Who ill Intel life Ijccamc a well months.
J 1». Kepllnger o f ivetrolt questions ns to the euuso o f tho delay,
in t hal f 11 tulle o f danger
H ow the spy found a way
known i Ity Judge lu .New Vori
When gave Ids enlistment age ns thlrt«-en time o f probable arrival, etc. Ou one Their very memories be as ghosts
behind him. and o f getttug her Interested In hint or
n mera l«>y lie euliat«*«l an a drummer years nml four months. Andrew F.
it was still live whether she d'd It nil without th i
' k '• f\£j V ,
In the Ninth New York volunteer», ■ .Inks o f < 'h lea go r«-duce«l this record late, the chaplain for f«»ar o f loslug his
nilb-s to t he near asking w e never for---! out. She rati
temper attached the follow in g notice O , Yet from ths past
known a« llu- line, kina sunn ve«, a regi- by one month
est F« «!e ril pi-k- Ir.'o the room where he was an t ex-
ment whh h ilhl «urne of llu- fiercest
Then came Hllts-rt Y'nn Zandt. also
Tin* b l o o d ei tel l y told the sentry t:mi th-- Ya tk«
"T h e chaplain does not know « l y g
mid iuu«l p;ettirc.-«|Ue lighting of tin* o f Chicago, to lake aw ay the Inun-la o f
w et* --onii-'g full tttt
Tin- cirtrd re 1
II«- was the yiiuugcat drummer l.tnks. Y'nn Zandt'» enlistment w u» on the mall will arrive.”
rml It was plain that h.- couldn't run out. ¡t::d when he fonud It was only .1
I hi . v from New York stute und was aald Aug. 31. INtl'J. at the age o f ten years,
very fast with bl«'e«!iug f«*et.
reare and went back the pris-uer
lo I»- (he Hurd youngest hi it 11 the eleven months niul eleven days.
He passing the chaplain's quarters, noticed
All o f it sudden the foremost dog. wasn't then*. H e got away through a
I,'Ulon nriuli-a l.ungl-rln aerved ehlelly showed that he hail Joined Company th«* sign II«- paused before It a mo
skipping along with his Iiose to the »ocret tunnel the farm er had dug.
In the Virginia cam paign»
l.ike the l>, tk’ vent.v-ninth Ohio volunteers, on ment and then wnlkevl slow ly on Ilia
ground, strtpix-d and sneered
l ie was a beautiful runner—tie had
big ««lid ie:» lu hi» leglnicnt, he waa ¡
that date nt Tort
lic it und the next did the sa:n«* till had experience lu that—and an artful
«Ire» « » I lu the zouave uniform, with i
YV111 la in, Clinton momenta later. Chaplain M iller waa
*»\ ery dog was sneering so hard we dodger besides,
c f spring.
baggy kn«-e trn ia cr» and abtirt. llu ring
county. O., hy horrlili-d to rend:
were af ml 1 they'd sneeze their heads but he had llttl-»
Jaeket, Id » head ruven-il with « to»
The Y'nnk had poured red pe|i|>er start, nnd
Fired First and Last 8 Hot.
i eled eap. No aligli! nini childish l.nng-
tho the mall will arrive nnd he do.v.a't
In h's shoes. In wh'ch there were felt no fear o f
l»-ln looked that he rn-mitil out of place
plenty o f holes, tlirouch whh h it could not c a t c h i n g
the man who tivr.! the lira? gun In ttx* run out Into his tracks.
among the alrong. rough men nround
ami that he was
The dogs him. Just as w<-
rivll w ar killed himself with anotlier «ae<’ 7.«s! find sncex«*;l Mild then turned
Not All Gena.
him. but every iuau In the regiment
mustered out at
w«-''e starting In
A Confederate soldier whose e«m- shot not long after the close o f the con tail on tin* trail
loved the little drummer l> yv. One big
No w ill piling would different
soldier who had a sweetheart up liuino
on Juno U, 1803. uiand had run two darn from Nash flict Kdtmind It 11 if. 11. who o|iened tho I'rlve them on
Bonn- of us followed ll«»;ts a man fold
iinini«! Jennie «leelared timi the boy
lit- drew a a«d- ville had thrown away his gun and «e- iKimlHirdtuent o f Fort Blunter hy Bring
in- Yank, but w e didn't get him. The us o f some blood
dler's pay and coutortuents and. alone In the woods, the fr s t cannon shot, owned a largo l.i«t we saw o f him he wus scooting hounds near by
looked like "tin- girl lie left behind
him.’' ao the drummer waa known hy
did a soliller'a sat down and commenced thinking, th#
into the Federal lines.
j o wo got ’em.
Id» grownup enmradea a » "Jennie”
duties fo r nearly first chance lie had had to do such a many slaves, l i e was an old man. but
YY'lint did we do with the girl who
mil th--y picked
three years. He thing. Rolling up Ills sleeves und look Intensely loyal to the south. Ity the helped hint gvt nwiiy? Nothing
And up the scent. YVo
was In the luittlo
Adjutant Dartlioloniew- o f "Jenltle'a"
I'v e been glad ever sill««- we didn't
d i d n ’ t hurry
o f Itesiica. but he thus gave vent lo his feelings: " I So disappointed and humiliated was riu- Y’ nnk cam«* buck after the war and much as soon .« «
regiment look u parllettlnr Inter»-«! In
later wns assign am whipped, badly whipped nnd some- I Ruffin by th«« failure o f the southern married her
the tmy. I le hail pronil«ed ImnglH-ltl’a
T h ey're livin g in the we
J K 8 N IK
I AM in K IN .
ed to duty at what demoralized, but no «m# can say cause that on the 17th o f June, 18tk3, house from which she tn-iped Uiiu to could
mother Hint lie would look after the
little fello w n » well a » he could. At the lieadipmrtors to carry dispatches. Y’ nn I «in scattered."
T h e y 'v e got 0 dozen or nioro dogs, or. rr.tln-r,
mail loaded a musket uud killed bhu-
battle o f ('aniden, or S a w y er'« laine, Z.Hiult rode a pony during this service.
; the man 1 sent
near the aoutlierti end o f the Itlatnnl When liti went lo YY'nshington lo he H# Waa a Mark For tha Sharpshooters. ecif.
¡ for 'eui was a
Isnac Hnrrlng. who aerved through
awairip ninni, the llaw kln a sona ve.» uiusterisl out Ills pony was taken aw ay
la Memcry of the Brava.
long while get t o l d T u r s e s r n r
Fired From Fort Sumter.
made n desperate elmrge A fragm ent from him. H e wanted to lake the ani out the civil war and who wns a con
A t G ettysburg 3rtd t'nlon regiments ting ’em. and I
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Dr. V. Ilutsou Ford o f YY'nshington and batteries were engaged, and today
o f exploding rdie'l plowed a frightfu l mal home, and ho went to President spicuous mark for the bullets o f sharp
reckon the Y'ank
these organizations ure represented by lad got about fo rty minutes' start; but,
furrow In (lie nerk o f Adjutant Itnr- Andrew Johnson and stilted hia case. shooters because o f his great height,
tbolnmew. w ho. en act! by the ahoek The president personally w rote on or died nt Gladstone. Mich.. Dec. 27 t u t forty pound cannon hall flred from tltnost ns many monument.«, wtilcY cost I (.ord, that wasn't anything since he
and pali», staggered outside the Fed der that tho boy be |s Knitted to keep Ho was eight fr»-t high, the tallest man Fort Bumter during the op«Dln< *n- from $200 to $40.000 each.
| lu (he upper peninsula o f Michigan.
i rsgem ent o f the civil war.
eral formation und wandered aimlessly ; the pony.
The Cutest Yankee Soldier
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