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CARRISON AROUSED BY A JOKE. Trick of Tiro Soldiers 01 Llbby Frlaoa Unard. A wartime comrade of Capt. Samuel T. Hamilton, the newly-appointed po lice marshal o Baltimore, tells a very interesting- story of him in connection vrirh the incarceration of Capt. Hamil ton and himself is Libby prison. VYe were quartered on the top floor of that hell hole," said the old soldier, aud from- the top floor clear down to the cellar there ran a hatchway, used in. time of peace for lowering and rais ing hogsheads of tobacco. One of our fellows, who wns a good deal of a devil in. bis way, had occasion to visit the wig- of this hatchway one night and noticed a guard in the cellar squatted oa his haunches, with his musket in hit arms- and apparently fast asleep. O the edge of the hatchway there was . barrel with a rope handle on each lie. This barrel was used asa recepta cle for all sorts of refuse. This dare devil soldier quietly stepped- among the weping- forms and touched Sam Ham ilton lightly on the shoulder, awakvned !him and beckoned him to follow to the hatchway. Then he motioned to Ihawe Sam take one handle while he took iths other, and in a whisper he said: "One, two, three!' ar.d at the word 'three' both, let so. That barrel was aimed quarely at the head of the sleeping sen .tinel, but by some occult means he aeemed to realize that he was in danger And suddeuly jumped to one side, and a the barrel struck the ground he gave the alarm by firinif his musket. The ahot was taken up and repeated by the jpiards outside, nnd then two battalions of artillery stationed.' over at ISelle Isle .belcbed forth a volume of smoke and flame. In an instant the long roll was oanderl, and from the left to the right flank of Lee's army around Jlichmond couldf be heard the alarm, repeated from regiment to regiment. There was a great commotion, and, of course, an in- vestigation. "Xext morning when it was discov ered that the slop barrel was missing from the upper floor an attempt was made to force a. confession from the calprit. Everyone was as mum as an oyster. No one knew anything about it. Finally the governor of the prison announced that until the offenders made a. confession that floor would be iept without rations. 'This lasted 24 honrs. Then Sam Hamilton asked to be taken to the governor. "When be reached that august per son's presence he said: 'I did not do this- thing, nut I am going to coniess that I did. I cannot stand it to see my comrad-es starved to death, as the man who did it is too mean to confess that lie was guilty of the accident or crime, THE LITTLE DRUMMER. Story of a Youthful Hero mnd an Cn- aellUh Enemy. A pathetic story of the civil war was related by the corporal of an Illinois regiment who was captured by the con federates in the battle of Wilson's Creek: The day before this regiment was ordered by Gen. Lyons to march toward Springfield the drummer of the com pany fell ill. There was no one to taue his place, and while tine captain was wondering how he should supply the lack a pale, sorrow-stricken woman ap- THE LEGISLATURE. AT THE WORD THREE BOTH LET GO." whirheTer you like to call it. I am not miiltv. but I will confess that I did it just to stop this starvation.' IVell, if you are not guilty,' said the governor, who had something of a emse of humor,' 'what do you confess forT "Well,' replied1 Hamilton, 'you can take me out and shoot me if you like. would just as soon be In sheol as this jplaee. I cannot stand it to see these -poor fellows kept here without food nr longer.' Tlamilttm was confined in the dun-,-geon. for another 24 hours and then he wa released and the rations were re stored. I have always suspected," con tinued the narrator, "that the governor of Libby was confident that Hamilton' Tra the man who pitched that barrel 'doTi there, but he was too much of a good' fellow at heart not to appreciate the joke of the situation." Washing ton Star. "DONT LEAVE ME." peared at his tent door begging an in terview. She brought with her a little boy of 12 or 13 years, whom she wished to place in the regiment as drummer boy. Her husband had been lulled in the service, and she thought that the boy, who was eager to "join the army," might earn something toward the sup port of the family. "Captain," she said, after the boy had been accepted, "he won't be in much danger, will be?" "No, I think not," replied the officer. "We shall be disbanded in a few weeks, I am confident." The new drummer soon became a fa vorite, and there was never u feast of fruit or other hardly procured dainties that "Eddie" did not get his share first. The soldiers were stirred by the child's enthusiastic devotion, and declared that his drumming was different from that of all the other drummers in the army. After the engagement at Wilson's Creek.where the federals were defeated, Corp. E , who had been thrown from his horse, found himself lying concealed from view Tear a clump of trees. As he lay there with his ear to the ground he heard the sound of a drum, distinct but rather faint. In a moment he rec ognized the stroke of Eddie, the boy drummer, and hastened toward the spot whence the sound proceeded. In a clump of bushes, propped against tree, he found the boy. His drum was hangirfg from a eiirub within reach and his face was deadly pale. "Oh, corporal," said he, "I am so glad you came. Won t you give me a annK oi water, please?" The corporal ran to a little stream close by and brought the boy a draught. Just at this moment there came an or der for the retreat, and the corporal turned to go. "Don't leave me," said the little drum mer: "I can't walk. Seel" and he pointed to lus feet. The corporal saw with horror that both feet had been shot off by a cannon ball. "He said the doctors could cure them," contin.ued the boy. pointing to the dead body of a confederate soldier who lay beside him. "He was shot all to pieces, but he crawled over here and tied my legs up so they would wouldn't bleed so!" And Eddie closed his eyes wearily. '. The corporal's eyes were blinded by a mist of tears as he looked down. The confederate soldier, shot to death, had managed to take off his suspenders and bind the boy's legs above the knees! As the corporal bent down to raise the child a body of confederate troops came up and he was a prisoner. With a sob in his voice he told the story, and the southern officer tenderly lifted the wonnded drummer on to his own horse. swinging the drum before him.1 When the little cavalcade reached camp "Ed die" was dead, but the little drummer's last call had aroused the noblest feel ing in the heart of one who was his foe, one whose last act was an effort to save and comfort the boy enemy who was faithful to his duty. "Women of the War." A War Tragedy. i Two brothers were natives of Phila deJphia, and the younger one left home ami joined the confederate army, while ths other one came south as a union sol dier. After the battle the elder brother, crossing n field, saw a young soldier ly ing' on the ground, and turning him r recognized him. He sought to re tire him by giving him water from his canteen, but the boy Utul been shot near thw heart nnd died in his arms. The CD ion soldier became insane, and was pot in a hospital, where he died. The new of the tragedy finally reached the father In Philadelphia, and the shock It&led him.-Atlanta Constitution. HI Rank. Twynn You addressed that man as grrral, didn't you? Triplett Yes. ' v, "How did he acquire that rank?" "1 conferred It on him." -What for?" Because he Is a general nuisance." Cp-to-Date. A Palnfal Remlader. CoL John S. Mosby has just refused to rwreive as a present from one of his old gnerrUlns a limb from the walnut from Gen. Custer hanged ten confer! rate scouts during the war. He said to would rot touch the wood with a Lincoln and Davis. Malcolm Townsend has pointed out coincidences of events in the lives of Lincoln and Jeff Davis. Both were born In Kentucky Lincoln In 1809, Davis In 1S08. Both removed from their native state In childhood. Davis going to the southwest, Lincoln to the northwest, In the Black Hawk war Davis was a second lieutenant of regulars, Lincoln a captain of volunteers. Both began their political career at the Bame period, 1844, Davis being a presidential elector for Henry Clay. Both were elected to congress at about the same time, Davis in 1345, Lincoln In 18tt Lastly, In the same year and almost the same day, they were called on to pre side over the destinies of their respeo- tive governments, Davis of the confed erate states, February 9, 1861, and Lin coln as president of the United States, March 4, 1861. N. Y. Press. Fodlngi of Both Branches ot the) Ohio General Asaembly. Columbus, Jan. 1 I.Skmatc After the sen BUfbsd postponed for one day consideration of the bill to repeal the (0-year franchise bill. Lieut. Gov. Jones announced that balloting for s United States senator for the short term end ing Mareh 4, 18S9. was In order. Senator Sulli van nominated Marcus A. Hanna and Senator Burke named Robert E. McKlsson. Mr. Wol cott seconded Hanna's nomination and Mr. Fink seconded the nomination of McKlsson. The roll call then proceeded and resulted: Mc Klsson 19, Hanna 17. The vote for the senator to fill the long term beginning March 4, 1899, was given to the same candidates by the same vote. A Joint resolution to meet with the house in joint convention the next day to can vass the senatorial vote was adopted. Housk Every representative rave Mr. Cramer, ot Paulding, was present when the house was culled to order. The doors were locked and for an hour no business was trans acted. A motion to appoint a committee lo Investigate certain charges of an attempt to bribe Representative Otis in the matter of the senatorlul eleotlon was defeated 66 to S2. Bal loting for a successor to M. A. Hanna for the senatorial term ending March 4, 1899, was then declared in order nnd the name of M A Hanns was presented by Mr. Leland and seconded by Mr. Smith. Robert E. McKlsson was placed in nomination by Mr. Bromley and the nomina tion was seconded by Mr. Jones. Mr. Drosts announced that he had Intended to present the name of Joseph Garrard, but at the request of that gentleman he would not place him In nom ination. The ballot was then taken and re sulted as follows: Hanna 58, McKlsson 49, J. J. LenU 1, Aqulla Wiley 1, A. J. Warner 1. The candidates and the vote for the long term scnatorshlp was the sume as for the short term. A resolution providing for a Joint ses sion of the house and senate the following day was adopted. The following bills were Intro duced: To do away with spring elections and making all elections take place at the usual time in the fall; repealing the law requiring three-inch tires on all macadamized or turn pike roads; allowing municipalities to own and operate street railways. Columbus, Jan. 12. Senate A bill was in troduced requiring all barters to be licensed, Senator Burke Introduced a resolution provid ing for an investigation of ull bribery charges, nnd especially the charge that 1 1,70 was of fered for a vote for M. A Hanna for senator, The resolution provided for the following com mittee on Investigation: Burke and Garfield, republicans; Finck. Long nnd Robertson, dem ocrats. The resolution provided for a complete Investigation nnd gave the committee power to summon witnesses, etc. Mr. Alexander offered an amendment that investigation include menv bers of the senate who have betrayed their po litical trust. The amendment was lost 19 to 17. Mr. Gartleld gave notice ihat he declined to serve on such a committee as it was at present composed. He said that the proposed commlt teo would be prejudiced In the case. The dem ocratic side offered an amendment providing for the substitution of Sullivan for Burke on the committee. It was carried. A resolution for an Investigation cf bribery was adopted by a vote of S3 to 4 The Bramloy bill to repeal the 60-year street railway franchise law was then taken up and passed after a lengthy discussion. House When the houso assembled Mr. Otis asHcd that investigation of charges of bribery In connection with the senatorial canvass oe made. Mr. Kenney moved to take up the reso lution he had offered the previous day to Inves tigate the Otis charges. A motion to recess until 12 o'clock, thus cutting off the bribery question, was carried by a vote of 58 yeas and b2 nays. At noon the members of the senate arrived and the house and senate went into joint session for the election of a United States Benator. A roll call showed uil the senators present. The call of the house showed all pres ent except Cramer, dcm., of Paulding. The journals of the house and senate were then read, showing the votes lor sonator tuKen me Drevious duy. Senator uarneia nominated Marcus A. l'anna for senator and Senator1 Burke presented the name of R. E. McKlsson. Representative Robertson seconded tne nomi nation of Hanna. and Representative Bramley seconded the nomination of McKlsson. The ballot for the short term ending March 4, 1H19. was then taken and resulted: Hanna 73, Mc Klsson 70, J. J. Lentz 1. The ballot for the long term ending March 4, 1905, resulted iu thesame vote as for the short term ana Liieut. uov. Jones officially declared Hanna elected for both the short and long terms. Columbus, Jaa 13.-Senate Bills intro duced: Providing that in the event of the con solidation of street car lines, the consolidated company shall not charge more than one fare for a continuous passage over tne Bame route; limiting the amount an attorney appointed by Ihe court for the defense In criminal cases mav receive; providing that attorneys may bo appointed to represent impecunious plaintiffs in civil sults-the appomtmont win do mans when the plaintiff makes affidavit that he is not worth more than (100. and secures a state mcnt from an attorney that he has a valid case: lo make Hens for laoor. material, in juries and all Judgments growing out of the lia. bllity of a railroad as a common carrier, prior to mortgage Indebtedness: providing for llccns' In? barbers. Tne Bromley bill repealing the Rogers 50-year franchlso law. passed mo sen ate and the Rogers law Is no more. Adjourned until the i7th. House There was a long discussion on the Otis bribery resolution. An attempt was made to postpone, further consideration of the Otis resolution till t'tbruary & Tne nouse reiusoa to postpone the resolution and it was adopted 4 to 5. Columbus, Jan. 17. Senate Little business was trun.'.uuted iu tho senate boyond the Intro duction of a number of local bills. House. Speaker Mason appointed the com mittee lo Investigate the alltged attempt to bribe Representative Otis, of Hamilton county to vote for Marcus A Hanua for senator. The committee is composed of Representatives Rutan, of Carroll county: Spellmyer, of Ham ilton; Boxwoll. of Warren: Rankin, of Fayette, and Kenney. of Mercer. Spellmyer und Kenney ,ire democrats. The other three members are republicans. 1 he chairmanships of the following commit tees wore announced by Speaker Mason: Rail ways and Telegraphs. Bramley of Cuyahoga; Insurance. Joyce of Ouernsey; Municipal Af fairs. Otis of Hamilton; County Affairs. Rutan of Harrison-Carroll: Corporations, Bowman ol Cuyahoga; Fees and Salaries. Bossard ol Montgomery: Publlo Works, Allen of Athens Common Schools, Leeperof Washington; Fish and Game, McKinnon of Ashtabula; Labor, Davis of Cuyahoga; Dairy and Food, McCurdy of Miami; Mines and Mining. Howard of Bel mont; Manufacturing and Commerce, Bozwell of Warren; Insane Asylums, Breck of Cuya hoga; Blind Asylums, Beatty of Portage; Boys' Industrial School. Swingle of Muskingum Deaf and Dumb Institutions, Stewart of Ma honing; Girls' Industrial School, Means ol Jefferson: Epileptic Hospitals, Waddell ol Lawrence; Institutions for Feeblo-mlnded Youth. Davles of Jackson; Prison and Prison Reforms. Clifford of Cuyahoga; Soldiers and Sailors, Mcacham ot Cuyahoga; Claims, Bald win of Lorain; Ditches, etc. Smith of Adams; Elections, Reynolds of Lake: Medical Colleges, Love of Erie; Military, Norris of Wood; Pub llo Printing. Roberts of Cuyahoga: Library, Ash lord of Columbiana. A bill was Introduced abolishing all OJiuract work in prisons In this state. 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