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1 "IN A SUMMER GONE BY.M
Bweet Betty got turning tho wheel In the sun,
In a imd-colored gown, tin demure ns n nun,
"When Hiram came In nt tho white wlcltct gato
By the lavcnder-bcd, to discover his fate.
Sho looked at tho sky nnd Bho blushed rosy red,
And sho stooped lor a sprig from tho lavender-
For she know very woll, by tho light In his oye.
Young Hiram camo wooing that summor gono
He spoko of tho cot In tho woodland's embrace,
With windows that waited to framo her swcot
In a temple of rones, and where to tho end
Their lives nnd their pleasures would poocefully
But swiftly sho turned with her checks In a
"Why speak yo of pcaco or of pleasure for
shame I .
While others go forth for our country to dlof"
Said tho patriot maid In that summer gono by.
"There it bloodshed and famlno abroad In tho
Go get you a sword and a troop to command,
lis a .year slnco tho congress proclaimed wo
Go fight for tho ro.e-glrdlcd cottage nnd mol"
Ho went, with a Bob swelling up In hts throat,
And tho lavender-sprig .sho had dropped In hla
And she watched him from sight with a smllo
nnd a sigh,
Id tho roses and pinks of tho summer gono
No message, no latter, nnd deep lay the snow.
'It will come though," she said, "when tho
No letter, no message, and sunshine nnd rains
Had summoned tho roses to hedges and lanes.
Sho sat at her wheel with tho tears dropping
And a lavender-sprig In tho breast of her gown,
When thoy told her how bravely a soldier could
And brought her his sword, In a summer gono
3Ilnna Irving, In N. K. Magazine.
MY FIRST BATTLE.
TVhat AVns Kipcrlrnrcd Ily it Itccrult In
tho JtcRulnr Army.
I wns sixteen years of age when
Ijlcut. S. opened a recruiting'' office in
my native town, nn historical village on
Lake Chnmplain, where years before,
vhen only a kid, I pushed my way
through a mass of people to the hotel
stops, where Gen. Winficld Scott
the old hero of many tattles was ad
dressing the citizens of the town, and,
interrupting him by pulling his coat
tail, told him mother named me after
liim, Winficld Scott. I remember he
lifted me and stood mo on the railing
in front, and it was some time before he
could speak, and I recollect of seeing
tears rolling down his cheeks. Many
of my playmates were in the audience,
who began to lmrrah for Scott (of course
they meant me). After some pertinent
remarks to his audience on my account,
he asked me if I attended school
regularly. I answered that I did.
"That's right," said the general, "and
promise me that you won't leave school
until you are a. smarter man than I,
whom your good mother so honored."
Nine years later 1 broke that promise,
left school and enlisted. An attach
ment sprung up between Lieut. S. and
a fair sehooimate of mine, a lovely girl,
which subsequently ended in an engage
ment. Miss G., we will call the young
lady, said she wished I would go with
the lieutenant; that she was sure I
would like the regular army best,
though my choice was the volunteer
However, I visited the recruiting of
fice of her atllanccd, with the result that
I was mustered into Uncle Sam's serv
ice. A week later we, a squad of four
teen, were on our way to Fort Preble,
Portland Harbor, to join our regiment,
which was scon after ordered south.
My first fight was a single-handed
combat with Johnny l!.,one of the four
teen who enlisted when 1 did, and the
fight took place on the night of our ar
rival at Fort Preble. We arrived at the
fort about nine in the evening; I re
member taps sounded soon after. We
were marched to a large, bunkless room,
and were told to make ourselves as com
fortable with the floor for a bed. In a
little while a sergeant came in and
haid; "Hoys, come with me and get
blankcls." We were taken to the quar
termaster's, received blankets, and re
turned to quarters; that is, all except
Johnny 15, who was out looking for the
sutler's store, which he dirt not find,
however, nor did ho get a blanket. It
was a cold night in September, and the
room was without a fire. I had just'
rolled myself up in my blanket, when
the door opened and in walked Johnny,
who asked where he could get a blanket.
I told him, but instead of going he saftl
he guessed he would have part of mine,
at the same time trying to pull it from
me, and further said that if I kicked he
would take it nil.
"All right," said I, "you or I shall
have it all," jumping to my feet and
throwing tho blanket behind me.
"Let the best man have it."
It was not a scientific bout, perhaps,
but we got there all tho bame. ft last
ed one round, with the result that 1 had
a scratch on one ear and the enemy was
bleeding at the nose and had both eyes
Johnny rushed from tho quarters, say
ing: "I'll get even; just wait."
I rolled myself up again and wnitcd.
It wah a half hour, perhaps, when he
returned, both eyes in mourning, aud
with him came a tall, heavy-set, black
bearded giant, wearing quurtermaster
bergeants btripes, and in hand a heavy
"Who did you have tho trouble witW"
said the piratical-looking marlin.it
Johnny pointed to me, and whack!
down came thu cane on my shoulders,
and a half-dozen more ou my back.
"I'll leara you to tight," baid the
In lite. "You'll have a different kind of
fighting to do before long."
1 agreed with him on that point, but
ho did not accompany tho regiment
south, and after leaving Fort Preble I
never saw him aguin.
Holmes was tho sergeant's doits, and
t alive he can vouch for tho truth of
ills narrative, so far as ho was con-
irnud in it. In all theso long years
nee that night of thu clubbing I have
)t grown uny taller, and am bald-
wled uud gray. But now for revenge!
Next morning an old bew-ftTeed vet
in who saw the fracas of tho previous
;ht Baid to uie: "Young man, I wiw
wha$ happened last night, and tho sci
gcant had no right to use a club on yotu
You can havo him reduced. You sco
tho adjutant over thcro on tho parade
ground inspecting tho guard" (it was 9
o'clock guard mount); "you go and re
port tho affair to him. Now is a good
time; you'll get revenge."
Alas! must I confess such ignorance
nl tho ngc of sixteen? I took a quick
step for the center of the parade ground,
nnd when within two or three paces of
tho ndjutant, said: "Adjutant, I wish
That was all I wns allowed to say.
The officer gave a look I havo not yet
forgotten, and addressing tho sergeant,
said: "Who is this fellow? Take him
to tho guard-house."
I was placed between a file of men
nnd escorted to the pen. Insido the
gunrd-housc I was received by about n
dozen drunks, who had been over to
Portlnnd on pass, and were locked up to
get sober. Unfortunately for me they
were still under the influence.
They proceeded to initiate me. First,
they searched me for tobacco. I had
none. One fellow appropriated my hat
to his own use; and then, throwing mo
into a blanket, they proceeded to tosq
mo skyward. Nor did they desist until
I was more dead than alive. Queer re
venge I was having. I thought of
Holmes and home that night.
Next morning I was released, and the
first man I met was the old vet who sent
me to the adjutant. With a broad grin
he asked me if I got satisfaction. I an
swered not, but walked on to quarters;
was given uniform, riflo and accouter
ments, and began to realize that I was a
Now it happened that on the follow
ing Sunday inspection tho commanding
officer stopped in front of Johnny 1$.,
sized him up, poked his white-gloved
finger into Johnny's car, twisted it
round, and lo! it soiled the glove.
Johnny proved to be the dirtiest man
in Company E.
"Sergeant," said tho Colonel, "after
parade detail two men to take this re
cruit down to the beach and scrub him.
He suro nnd make him clean."
As luck would have it, Comrade T. and
I were detailed to perform the massage.
We were given a new, stiff scrubbing
brush and a cake of salt-water soap tfnd
proceeded to the beach. Johnny refused
to strip. We stripped him; not without
some tearing of clothes, for he fought
hard; but we finally got him in a nude
state, took off our own shoes and rolled
up our pants, laid the victim down
where the tide licked the sand, and went
to work. Comrade T. held him while I
scrubbed. I commenced nt his head and
scrubbed to his feet. I used both hands.
I polished his teeth with the cake of
soap. I scrubbed till his blood trickled
in the sand, and then I asked him if he
didn't want a blanket, or would half a
one do? I was tliinking of the black-and-bluc
marks on my back. He cursed
and cried, and finally begged for mercy.
Then I desisted, ne dressed himself and
we marched back to company quarters.
Johnny was clean once in his life and I
was revenged. A few montlis later and
During three years' service I never
spoke to Lieut. S. except when on post,
by turning over my orders to him as
oiliccr of the day "Regular Army O."
Hut he lost his sweetheart all the same,
and the writer knows why. Winfield
S. Morgan, in National Tribune.
The Snbcr Itus Unci Its Dny.
"The saber," said Col. John S. Mosby,
the famous confederate soldier, recent
ly, "is about as useless in actual war
fare as the fifth wheel of a coach. It is
only a tradition. Gunpowder knocked
it out, and it has been retained in the
service largely on sentimental grounds.
On dress parade and occasions of cere
mony the saber does well enough, but
no sane man would tlnnlc of using a
sabre in a modern battle. During the
Franco-Prussian war only seven men
were killed by the saber on both sides,
and yet you could count up the men
Wiled in our own war by that weapon
on your fingers. We discarded it alto
gether in my command. In the ancient
days when King Arthur was on earth
the saber was of some use, but it is en
tirely out of place in the nineteenth
century. The government could save
money and at the same time improve
the efficiency of the service by abolish
ing the saber from the array. Fiction
writers will, of course, cling to it, for
its loss would deprive them of
one of the chief articles of their stock
in trade. The paper hero must 'cut his
way through the ranks of tho enemy'
just so often or he is no good. Then, it
looks well on paper for a regiment or
army to 'charge on the enemy, with sa
bers drawn,' etc. All that kind of stuff
may 'go in books, but it is supremely
ridiculous to military men." tfhicaga
Her .Son John.
Few men have ever combined stern
ness and inflexibility of purpose with
tenderness of heart to such an extraor
dinary degree us Stonewall Jackson. Oi
his kindness, his widow relates this
pleasing example, in her newly pub
lished biography of her husband: Near
the close of one of his most arduous
campaigns nn old woman called at his
headquurters, and to the amusement oi
tho young stuff, officers, said she had
como to see her son John, who was with
"Jackson's company." She was much
surprised that they could not tell her
where John was, for ho had been with
"Jaikson's company" in all tho battles.
Her persistency finally changed the
young men's amusement to annoyance;
but when Gen. Jackson came in and
heard her simple btory, he listened with
us much politeness ns if J sho had been a
grand lady, and after gently reproving
tho young officers for laughing at her,
he ordered that every company in his
corps should bo bcuruhud for John, who
was at last found, to tho inexpressible
delight of his loving old mother.
Ethel I hear that you havo been
ill, Mr. Chapley. Chapley I have been
under tho doctor's caro for a week
bck. Ethel Nothing worse? Wo
heard it was your head. Truth.
Tho girl who marries a title verj
frequently turns her fortune to a count
" A fiyvnpulhetlo Boy.
Young Hopeful Papa, It worries mft
awful to think how much trouble I glvo
Papa Sho hasn't complained.
"No, sho'n real patient But sho
often sends mo to the stores for things,
and tho stores is a good ways off some
times, and I know sho gets most sick
waitin' whon sho's in a hurry."
"Not ofton, I guess."
"O, sho's most always in a hurry.
Sho gets everything all ready for bread,
nnd finds at tho last minuto sho hasn't
any yeast; or she gets a pudding all
fixed and finds sho hasn't any nutmeg
or somothlng; an' then she's in an aw
ful stew causo tho oven is all ready,
and maybo company comln', and I can't
run a very long distance, you know,
and I feci awful sorry for poor mam
ma." "numphl Well, what can wo do
"I was thinkin' you might get mo a
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No 1 Northern. . . .
OATS Mixed Western
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9 so a n ro
6 M'.ffi 0 55
EGGS Western wutfa
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Minnesota patents. . 4 75
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