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Old Enemies Clasp Hands

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George T. TJlmer, an actor, who is playing in the smaller towas of the state, was a soldier in the northern army during the war of the rebellion. At the battle of Lookout Mountain he was lef t tn command of a heavy field piece. A party of ├╝onfederates made an attack, and to defend himself at close range Ulmer drew his pistol and shot one of the Confederates three times, wounding hivn severely. Monday Ulmer carne to this city from Stockton to look after some show printing f or his company at the printing hoose of Francis, Valentine & Co. on Sansome street. While there he stepped into the engraving department to examine a stock of wood cuts. Suddenly he heard some one exclaim: "My God! There's the man who shot me." Ulmer turned like a flash and found himself face to face with the soldier whom he liad shot at the famous battlo twenty-eight years ago. The men glare├│ at each other, but only for an instant. Then there was moistnre in their eyes, and George T. Ulmer, actor, and William W. Garrison, engraver, clasped hands. Garrison has lived hero for several years, and is still a snfferer from the pistol wounds received at the hands of Ulmer. Bef ore lea ving the printing house Ulmer said to Garrison: "Old man, from this date I will give