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VoL 1. CffAWT.WBTOlf, VA., OCTTOMfl % 1MB*. , Ho. 6* THE GUERILLA. 18 publisMb6 every ArriHNo ok By tile liMoctate Prialm. . i iii.'-v, w: = 1 Tiiw-Ti^Cum per eopy, at Fimr dan per *e#L . f, j,*! . ? ,;,i ? r ' I * .,%J * "%? Onci<m?rof;(lQ 1 in??,y first laaBttioa AO eeat*. Each luLM^nent.iusertioRj, - - - - -J> . " , AdTNiijert will pletn niuk the aumberof in sertions wanted oii the MS., or they will be con tinued **til ordered oetikad e barged ascstdMigty; FOB. TU ?nt?IU.>. . v;TO i TlllVK or THEE. t . '* * ? 1 ' * 1 I think of ihrc when twilight shade Hath' spread its mantle o'er the day. To bide the tfnobeams from our view. And clothe the earth in silver grey. I toink of all thy virtues car* ? Thy beauty, grace and winning ware* And humbly bieathe a fervent prayer ... I flP? bJeaaJhegAjl Hr Vft- ''t~ II. I think of thee, when Luna aheds Her mystic light down from above j And baaking 'aeath ber melifw beams, I realize the heart'* first lore. And then when thought* recall the past? The joyons teenea of other year*? 1 sigh because I knew thee not, Till sighing tilts my eyes with tears. ??? I think of thee at midnight hour, When all on earth is hashed to rest, And try to drive sway the care That dwells within my troubled breast. And when in sleep I aeek repose, fy.-i , And strive to ease my aching heart. Some idlw dream will bring tbee elose, And make ray restless spirit stast I IV. ] think of thee when morning's light ? Bids the darkness disappear j And in dreamy visions bright I see thy gentle spirit near. I think of no one else but tbee, For no one else is half io dear ; Then if in battle I should fall t Shed for ine a single tear. " WILTON." Ca;np near Charleston, Oct. 1st, 1362. A TALE OP TESBtflj,' ; ' . At Um VOro* Ion," At Antwer^some years ago, a ijrhit^ spectre wis eoeh Waring ? lamp la one'hand, end a bunch Afjbys in the other ? thi* nnpleaaant visitb* uto-new by a.. mitty tra nlwfc pess iayAkftt uorridor. + . . . iw . . . * Nothlog^rould satisfy the neighbors 4h*t an unfortunate traveler had ^dot been,' .at sdine ?eTi0d or other, despatched ie'thkt ft-1 tal room by ooo of the previoti* lajftUordaif' the house; and the hotel gratlellly-botattitd the cam* of (J^'Hfuated Inn," sMceaAed to, bo frequented by iU.cld patrocu/ The ZsSdlOfd finding ttmUf <Okttln1t 1 of raiar ttotai rti lied fo sleepLia tbtrhstioted roo??, wi4h Aiview of provih^ (Mrfgroinid Wsmm pfthes*eiy.:;?J?o JJitatUr sdoro jure, as he said?^3.cinaxl Mb hostler to b&rcdjn company, gn przi&fot&f ^eqnjr ing a witness to theabsnraity oftSf repoft'; but, in reality, frdra cowardice. 'MVdttd of night, however, jn?t as the twtpuon weae composing them??lvea to sleep i^ue. bed leaving another which was in thftjoom un tenanted ? the door dew open, anj'in glided the white spectre ! * ... Withbnt pausing to aecerUUi whit ft might attempt on approaching thf othw bed, towards whioh it direoted its coutee, the two ?wwh$l JBAkfld ^oLnfLUm tSe~BtK11h uiey created, confirmed more fully than ever the evil repute of the houBe. *' Unable longer to sustain the cost of so uti ftroductiTe an establishment, the poor land ord advertised for sale the bouse in which he and his father beforo him. were born and had paasod their lives. But bidcl?ra-were*B scarce as customers ; tba inn renainod on eale for nearly a year, during which, from time to time, the spectre reappeared. At length an officer of tho garrison, who had formerly frequented tho house, and re collected the excellont quality of its wine, moved to compassion in favor of the poor host, undertook to clear up tho mystery by sleeping in the aforesaid haunted chamber ; nothing doubting that the whole was a trick of some envious neighbor, doairom of dete riorating the value of ihe freehold in order ta booomo a purchaser. His offer having been gratefully accepted, tho captain took up his quarters in tho fatal room,' with ft bottle of wine, and a brace of loaded pistols on tho table before him ; de termined to fire at whatever objeit might enter tho doorB. At the usual hour of midnight, accord ingly, whon tho door flew open and tho white spectre, bearing a lamp and a buncb of keys, made its appearance, ho beizod both bin pis tols, when, fortunately, bb bis finger was on tho point of touching tho trigger, lie perceiv ed that tho apparition was no other than the daughter of his boat, a young and pretty ?ult sividantfy,wsjkinrt k b? sleep. Fro ?iihf the strictest ?ilenoe, ho watched her it down de UHxp, place hot keys ckrefully cm the chimney placir,'kftirt?tiro to tha op posite bad, which, 'W "tt 'siftdlflrirJs proved, aim hud often oeespfcd dy3&Agl>tb&jflifaUme 'Tl V' |T ~ '"^*"1 ~wTfn*i|i[ ~i"Ti ? j L$p sooner had she tbqryngWWKj^feod. < lkrs*Lf..tfcan the oficer, tJfltir lackipff V?b* ^or of tbo roam, ^frtra fceardh Mlyir fa- ? the# and beneral cWpetsoi wtoaMSSft iflelo iCng tJkfl water baiiiiTof thildiitriot, Who had- : been the oon- , earning , tha. [mu The poor girl , Was foond quietly asleep -in bad, ana her tpr Rr era awaking tk'fhtf dfrehdod chamber 'af- ' rdad'tefficioiit WlAraee W'ill :pre*ant--of > t?? rfa^of ftamnaaib^ni in which aha had been entranced, . ? .. From that period the spectre was wen no more; partly because the landlord's daogh Ur shortly ifter removed to a home of her otai-f and tks talaa of horror sa freely circu lated to the bewilderment of the poor neigh b4ro, ended in' the simple itoryof a jonng girl walking iu her sleep. Always be. Prbpasid sob Dbath. ? Thia was thfl' admonition, of a Missouri elder, as he placed in his son's belt two bowie-knives and a pair of revolvers. .I'lirin ?? ?..? i ?? Tfo K.nA,~Mos$0rlWiv?j-<3hein jtbetr,- hind -- legs to a tree, then go round in front and mSke faces at them. a spj^bwdS chancb. A PLYING BATTERY is about to be formed for Gen. Jenkins ' Cavalry Brigade, to be officered by experienced artillerists, and to be equipped in the most superb style. The Battery is to consist of two threc-inch rifled guns, two twelve pound howitzer.", (light, each as the Richmond Howitzor Bat talion has,) and two mountain rifled guns, to bo packed, when necessary, on horses. ? Fbet, activo horses for llio pieces aro now being purchased by the Quartermaster of Jenkins' Brigade, and all necessary steps for the procurement of a complete outfit aro (being taken. Applicants for membership will bo required to undergo a medical ex amination, and must bo young, active and intelligent. The cannoneers will bo monntcd, and mast famish their own horses, which will be vnluod and poid for. While it is expected to rccruit the men from among the mounted companies now forming in this soction, transfers can doubt less bo procured for a few enterprising men from the regiments and battalions. The Bcrvicc is u brilliant one, full of cx I citing incident. Xo half -asleep men need .apply! A Recruiting l^cigeant may be found for the present nt the ORDINANCE [OFFICE in Charleston.