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SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER,'.'
THE CONSTITUTION -AND THE UNION.
VOLUME VHI.-NUMfiEl. 33,1
i TERMS $2.00 PER JMSrjJI, I IDTAfficK'
WHITE-CLOUD, KANSASTHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1865.
ZHZ IAXLAD OF ISHIUEL SAT.
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On Sarnmer atnitij, daring bud
Of rebel, rod uto .Maryland
O? er tbe prosperous, peacefel farms,
Peadin; terror and strange alarms
Tbe clailcr of hoofs asd the clang ofarais.
Fresh from the Sooth, where the hungry pine ,
They at., lile Pharaoh'i itarr.n- line;
They swept the land like inetnng eorje,
And reft their path, to IU farthest Tf rje.
Bare as the Inch of tbe locost-sconr-e. .
"Tlie rehele are comine"' Tar and near
Rang the ti.lic.-s of dread and Tear:
Some paled, anJ cowered, and Might to hide
Some stood erect In their fearless pride
And women shedJered, and children cried.
flot other. ripers m.homan form, t
r 8tm-inr tbe bosom that kept them warm
Welcomed with trlompli the thleriih hand,
Harried to off.r I be friea.llj hamt,
Aa the rebels rode jnj .llatf land; r- -
Slade tbeffl merrjr with fooil tail 1a., n "'"
Clad them jngarmenu rich and fia,iSIi , r ,(
For ra and lioager to male amenda: ,,,,
FiittereJ them, praiwd them, with'ietfiih endi
"'Leare m teatheten, for re are friend1!:"
Conld tniton Irmt to a ImtntJ So' ,
Little tlier Tavored fnend or foe,
Bat (T'thered-lhe caule the farmt acroii,"'
Flinging baca.uith a icornfnl ton '
"If je arci-mib, ye can bear the 1;' .
Flnihed irith trmmph, and etine, and prer,
They neared Itie .leIlcD-of l.hmacl Uaj,
A atordj veteran, gray and old.
With the heart ofa pairiot, firm and boldj
Strong and iteadfait nnbribed, nnaold.
And (ahmael Day, hn braee head hare,
Hii white locks toned by tbe morning air,
Fearless of danger, or death, or scars,
ent ont to raise, by the firm.yanl bars.
The dear old dag ofthe Slripea and Stara.
Prondly, ateadlly op it llair,
Uorgeons villi crimson, and white, and bine!
His withered hand, as he shook it freer.
May have trembled, bnl Bel with fear.
While, shooting, the rebels drew more near.
IIIT "They had seen the hated ai-n
Floating free from oil lahmael's line
"Lower that rag'" was their wralbfnlcrr.
"!eTer!" rang Khmael Dar's rrplj
Fire, if it pleasa you 1 can hot dier
One, with a Ion.!, defiant lanrh.
Left his comrades and neired the staff.
"UowV" came the fearless patriot's CTJ ,-, z
Hare toIuMtrih.il Hag, an.T .lie) "" tr
One must bleed for It yon or 1!"
Boteanng not for the stern eonimandi
He drew the hallnrls with dinnghand,
Pm;l went the rifle hall down he came,
Under tlie flag he had lnd to thair.--OII
Ishmael Uay took Oleful iim!
Seventy Wintrrs and three hid shed
Their ssowr glories on Ishmaeps heatU
Bet thoe;h cheeks mi) wllberand locks grow griyi
Hi fame s!i.II be fresh and young always .
Hooer be to old Ishmael Day
WHOLE NUMBER, 397. ';
'air -ncle, the 8ecretry of tbe Bapy
and Beacons, knows of onr escaptde,"
8id Mr. Gobowen, "becanSo t borrowed
conple of bnndawxl of bim at starting;
but be won't tell, because I am aware of
aomeorgeriea-he. committed in order to
Ka(nmii aa , ,, O i -
-vwmo.miuuicr, oo an is sale. Here s
tbe marriage certificate. Tar it, and I'll
look in Bradsbaw, lo see how yon can et
sskiuo- iue uutiairy 10 your annt s. '
. "Are yon a fool f'aii tha InveU fUr.
"I was, one day, sbonta tfloflth back,"
said Chirk. She was too proTid td reply
to the tannt, bnt proceeded:
"Is there not a copy of that terttficate
in tba books ofthe chnrch at Eisteddfod?"
"By Jove, yes I That's awkward."
"Not at all, if yon have the ordfnary
conr.ige and energy of a man."
"I believe I have both."
"Then bam the chrjuch-.
The fire in' her radiant eyes seemed to
light up a kindred ray in his. He seized
hi hat. ,box of ojgr lights, and gloves,
, Thirty-jiit boars later, and the beanti
fnl little old church atiEialo'ddfod. built
by (JwenU!eD(!owerr and-farnons as the
cene of the marriage between Edward of
Carnarvon and Catherino Purr. was a mass
of smouldering embers. Mr. Gdbert Scott,
the great ecclesiastical architect, would
eot no Innch that day. be was so shocked,
and was scarcely comforted by receiving
instructions to make another church cn
actly like the old one.
"1 nave done it," said tbe Hon. Mr.
Gobowen, aa be re-entered the room' at
.1, ir.,i.... -.l r s n?
...o tuuiuc, auu lunniirnis wile, as we
was a metal enp, from a travelling flask.
The cdp had contained whiskey and some
thing else, which the coroner sent to Dr.
Alfred Taylor: bnt what was the nse?
The pew-opener, wholnad been rendered
superstitions by the number of ghosts she
had seen in the old chnrch, was simply
frightened to death by a female apparition
in White, with phosphoric eyes and stains
oi oiooa upon her garment, that rushed
at her one'nizht in her own garden, and
shrieked, "Who stole the velvet-covered
The four witnesses were gone.
"We are not safe yet, dear," said Car
oline to her hsband, as they wandered by
me onver-oevern, at its confluence with
the Thames, and watched the salmon
leaping from the sparkling pools. There
was almost a tenderness in her voice, for
she was learning to respect her hniband.
"These children take a deal of separa
ting." said Chirk, laughing. "We've
bnrned a chnrch, robbed a parsonage, and
cooled the'goosee of four respectable-in-dividnalsj'and
yet we can't sever the knot.
What-' np now 1"
"Ddfyoo, not" remember." she said,
playfully. '"or were yon too bnsy in'look
ing at somebody else, that during the cer
emony, there were two pews full of char
ity children S" , . .
"So there were. And any one of those
mij;nt identity either or us. I always
thought, with Mr. Gladstone,, that-chari-tres
are a. mistake. Confound the cate
chetical brats ! This requires thought."
"I have given it tboneht. silly one."
Eisteddfod was in some measure con
soled under its misfortunes. It was much
Oil, that the bells in all these silent spina
Wonld clash their clangor on the sleeping air;
Eing their wild Basic oat with throbbing ahoirs,
Ring peace in ererywhere! -'
Oh, that thii war ofMrroir, sorgiag oar
Tha red, red land, woo Id wash away its stain
Drown out the antry fire from shorn to shore,
And giro it peace again!
Ob las) gear's blooming gram, with Sammtt calm,
Loud in his happy tangle, hams the bee;
Nature forgets her hurt, aad finds her balm
Alert "and why not wej ""
Spirit of God! that rnored opon the face
Ofthe waters, and bade ancient chaos cease,
Shine, shine again o'ar this tumultuous space, '
Thoa that art'Pnnce of Peace!" '
ffiil nt. (fefejfjje Jim rf. Ciit(j.
ty A little paper published at the Alexandria Ilospi-
tal, called the CrippU. has the, fallowing
oldier: ' '"
lines on a dead
will still call her. smoothing hr Iovelv ! talked ahnnr. whirri i .n'.n.i ,loll-tu tn
h iir at tbe glass, having just takenoff her , a provincial place. - More. A most be
bonnet. nevolet stranger, attracted by the noise of
"les, I saw the fire." aha rpnlio.l thnpntiictrnnVia n.ms.nJ r.nU.i ...i.
"Aye, it isn't my nature to bo idle.
I went after you by the next train, anrf
ascertained that you might have spared
ih.t lovely little chnrch, which I wish
I had sketched."
What do yon mean ?"
tage noir the town, and seemed to live
only to do good. His dress was of the
old sehool, blue coat and brass buttons,
and Ieaher breeches. He wore a large
hat, nnder which his beautiful white hair
fell voluminously on his reverend shoul
ders. Money was no obiect: he relieved
"The clergyman of Eisteddfod, his! the poor, assisted the new clergyman.
iiiiiub in ivht. Juirgan-ap-iiones, Keeps tbe
register books at his own house.'
Mr. Gobowen launched a fearful obser
vation, tii'ected against the Welch clerev
rnsrHiT. . . -i
A AOVfcL Of EVERY DAY.
lit A JlfcFOnltEU 8ENSATI0SIST.
The honeymoon was over, anilMbe
Hon. Chirk Gotowen and his beautiful
bride, vet Caroline de Corwan, lounged
languidly over dinner at the Vulture Ho
tI, Gwymmypllmynech. It pommands
a view of the lovely place of 'Lsmpeter,
Bala, and Ellesroere; and with the triple
ppaks of Showdon in the back-ground,
nnd the fierce rnggedness of Mold below,
the scene is nnequalled save in th North
American Pampas. But the young couple
heedrd it not.
"The worst dinner I ever, ate," said
Jlr. uotowen, uncontented I v.
it is very bad." t,aid MrsnGohowen:
f think the.dint er onour..ypeJdiug
day was eyen more dissgreeabJeV,',,,.
, "Very go0.J(Qf yon (o.huyso. J;m siire.V
said her handsome husband, with' on evil
"I sny what I mean, Chirk? "was tbe
"If'thit's the cafe." said Mr. Gobowen,
"itwems to mn that we've been and
maSe a sort ofwell, a'mistafee, and the
eboner we repair it. the belter."
"I'm agreeable." 'said the Hon.-Mrs.
Gobowen, with a smile. . n - -
"Blest ir yoo are." retorted her hus
band; vbnt never mind that now. We
bad better separate." '
"Separate, indeed,"said Carr.fine; "that
would be pleasant for me. .wouldn't it?
No indeed no half measures for me."
said the beautiful young wire; filling her
glass with what is called 'claret at tHe
nitnre. or at all events charged for -u
claret, and the bout. J ' '"
"Well, what's yonr whole measures',
then?" asked her hnsband.mrionsly."
"Onr marriage was "a mistake.' All
runaway marriages are. I am heartily
t'ted .of 7y0IIi I, hava -heard, all yonr
nes, andn,all yonr travels, and in
nort.,yoU bora me." , vl , 0 ,
n .lreCTProcia thefantime,iit,id(MT.
ana your t0,co ,g not wht J, used to think
Jl: and re8y yoncc'o"nytsfo1T31LUe xnb
jaguDg. novels yon'fia eyerjre.dh;
interesting. Wh'gt,8 ?0lBa'areTT -a J
m.riC" B8destroy all' evidenVe of ont
SSI' fDl8 back'into society. Vrh
.nn? 0S?tL been on'a visit 'to ftJy
W tov 7 gooShe'wUl riot
tetB. ."!! h,ch 8ho Wtifmnud i6get
You ha, ?d,aeAeriKi-mel.
wh a minT n-TwoM--a, it,.
i has been !'
j.rrit.-. . -r i .
iiiai nun oi isugnage is 01 no use,"
said his ire; "yon should have bnrned
"Of course I would, if I had known."
"If," repeated Mrs. Gobowen, with
bitter sarensm. "Stay here an 1 smoke
your cigar. It is all yon are fit for."
,, She put on her bonnet as carefullv as
if she was going to meet some woman
whom, she hated, and was cone.
A few dajR afterwards, the Bangor
oanger containea the tollowing para
"Onr Mt readers .cannot be too cau
tious what servants they engage. The
Rev. Morganap-Jones, tha respected min
ister oi riisieaaioa. recently engaged a
nnrsery maid, who came to him with tbe
highest written character. Yesterday, she
disappeared, and the whole of the regis
ters, from the year 1397, disappeared also.
Our one policeman, the intelligent and
reppcted David Williams, says that he
thinks it rerj odd. but declines, at pres
ent, to say more. Should anything tran
spire, onr readers shall hear of it next
"Well ?" said the Hon, Chirk Gobo
wen, on the third day after, as his wife'
came in, with a prond flnsh on her fair
' "That is just the word," she.said. "I
bought some lead, wrapped the books in
it, and dropped tbem down the well at the
Lr..-. - st. -J''' TV r- . -i . t.
uuitmu yi iuu garucu. -&i is satu 10 oe
"Then the truth won't get to the bot
tom of ihe well, where 6he usually lies."
' "vNot bVd for yon," 'said Caroline Go
cVen!?" '' ' ' '
'Tbanlt yon.." Bnt it is now my tnr'ri ii
fe1 where are yonr wits? You forgo
" I lila iuieT' careTrHo' h'ada large barge
promised Mr. Gilbert Scott six memorial
windows, repaired houses for the poor,
and, in short, was Monte Christo and
Howard in one. But tbe children
uattV ivhtfria rsv trnnr
the'witnessps'lo the wedding'.''
Bother. soT did," ;said Mrs. Goboj
weii. "Or'so'n 'is" endowed with reason!
There were Mf.'Jone, ttie1 clerk, ihe 'bea
dle, and ihrWopener."7 "' '
"Ze diable a quarlre," sajd Chirk.
Sh. Ttapped;her tiny foot' impatiently
in-thonght.' ; , .'t '-'
"I conld hardly escape detection at tbe
rectory." she said; "bnt it yon managed
tha parson, I woold answer f6r tha other
- "No; we'll divide equally, like man and
wife." saidUhirk. bometbing like kind-
nss beamed in her smile for a second, bnt
it was repressed. ' 'There wsern work
before them. ' " '
:. And tbey did it, that brave high
blooded yonng coupl&v'-The Rev.. Ap
Jbaes, lured from hi reetory'by asup
posed smuggler, who"promIsd the'clergy
man acaak-of illegal brandy, if he wonld
fetch.it from a aeighboring forest, was
found a month afterwards; at tbe, bottom
nf.-at' rhVal-'nit hrrfe'-'thonsano!' feetdesp,
but'witfcba't the brandy. Tha'clwk'.-Tim-othf-'Robertsy'ift
oat rb Llaigbllen1 to
as .-ts4.ltho"h,elhtainsio.' who had
sent for'bim'to rcorn to'ararferiind 1e-fo'rl-
glven, WP King-polin'0 This Wnsra'a dinj
built, with a cabin, and in this be nsed to
treat the charity children to delightful
jaunts on the river Trent, with buns, mar
malade and ginger beer. One day, when
the whole school was ont with him, he
was noticed turning a handle that sepmed
to work on something at the bottom of tbe
boat. Ten minutes later, the barge went
down in twenty feet of water. That
were no signs of the good old man, but a
slightly dressed and very handsome young
man was seen running along the bank,
in the direction of a small railway; sta
tion. The charity school had disappear
ed. "And now, love," said Chirk Gobo
wen, looking into the beautiful eyes of
his wife, "we have done all, and may be
calm and happy for tha rest of our lives.
Now w8 can arrange onr separation ?"
"Y-e-s, if you wish it," said Caroline,
with something of a wistful look.
"You don't 2" he said, softly.
"Do you wish me to say ves 7"
And the yonng hnsband and wife were
id one another's arms.
May they be happy ! Taucht enernv
and resolution by early trial, tangbt mu
tual confidence by tbe necessity ofcojugal
trust, why should they not be happy ?
They had, learned to know one another,
and the sweet evening, star that shonel
muaiy aown on toeirre-uDion, seemed to
them a harbinger of blessed and virtuous
days to come.
bCT5HrBrverat;,vtt.t,tnB nsnea oi(iue veo
aWbimbow tfney'wtfre helped t'6 Trim,
W athltic "vonhW fisherman? ho hiA
heed coioltfBglhnii3,ybd1nt,'tIietnoit kilU
i5,4ackle7ihlght1havettolcl. bnt' uffiSt
did. aTiTne.dJa waa' fonrid by the roid-
ptlde,' at spot W'whTcbVliad gone.' is
ohild whioK a" bejaV'wtrmaV, 'callings
his house, requested him to-Wise n8 iifi
sova to tba workhonse, and in his hand
Significant. When 'the .Diplomatic
Appropriation bill came tTJin the Sen;
ateon Saturday last;' Senator Wade
moved to amend the" clatrse making a"p;
propriatibns "for'diplomatlc.and' consfl
snlar expenses in Mexico," by inserting
before the word "Mexico" theNvords "the
republic of." He said there were two
Governments in Mexico, and we could
recognize none bnt the "Republic." We
had nothing to do with the "Empire."
the amendment ol Mr. Wade was adopt
ed. The 'Consular Appropriation bill
was -then passed.'
- .i . ' -j',
Oregon, sends a fresh backwoodsman
to Congress, who bad never seen a rail
road till hewent to;jWashington this
season. Ha., bad beard bo eh of th'e.tricks
of sharpers, and was, determined tot keep
bis eyes open. He kept-. , tbem -open so
wide that' when the condactor csmsiand
tore tbe coapon off his car ticket, be
seized that worthy officer by. tbe throat,
and almost literally, made an end, of him
before he; eoold. ascertain that) np wroog
bad. been dona. -'.-- ri '. 'jv-7
Tha New YbrJt Spectator sayi!The
poIsohinJofTndians with 's try chniheor
ihi Oantiin Fisae'a. expedition In Minne-
s"o t a1,' was performed iy some .emigrants
in me train, wau saiuraicu iwu nr toree
boxesv.ot breads witiv s. praparatioo." of
strychnine.-and.Jeft tha food oa tba, road
to betaken by tbe Indians. Oae hundred
mtn,,wpetvand children died from,tbe
affacta.ofjpoiaon. -, a , V ' - , ""
' The rehel Gan. Cbeatham, told 'soma
of tbFeaerals'thVt Hood'bad'ordVri to
rq to Nashville, or td n-U' From Gen.
Thomaa! officialJfeporK,V,indge they
found tha latter place near the Tennessee
lily, , Jf,, J li .
Oojy a soldier, , '
' OonerWlis reit," ' "'
-TTitk thoIJearoibittr" "
1 Vrapp'dronl Habseaatl'
Left the stem wars,
For a promotion
JMong the bright star.
Mr Itasisijr aDeprascntes the Arming
ox Slaves ly the Moutb.
Saint's Rest, (which is in)
IHE OTAITDV JMOO UBR87,
The braiv and Bhiverless Sonth'hev' at
last decidid npon arming there niggers.
Ef tha do, it settles the question. The
Ablishn party is nearly egsansted and
cannot coap success'ully with three mill
ions uv fresh niggers, the most nv whom
descendid drektly from the first families
nv tbe Sowth. The nigger will fite ! I
may hersed at different times when the
purriller Linkun wnz armin nv em that
they woodent fite; bnt it wuz a lie uv tbe
basest cbararacter, thet I cot np to deciev
the peopel. Does Boregard fite ? Does
Governor Tilaso'ns, and Peytons, and
Rnfflns, and Slidells, and sich ? Where
doo tha git there shiverlesa darin from t
Onquestionably frum the old'iBoregard,
Mason, 'Peyton, Slidell, et settry.. Werry
good. Addmititr'it's bind 'that does it;
wpnt the saim blutbatlmsiks Kc-nel
Peyton shlverless opperait tbe saim way
when coursin through the vanes nv 8am,
hiz haff brother ? 'Uv coarse. Like pro
duces like effex. Ef Enrnel Peyton taiks
a dose uv pills, wat's tbe result ? Pre
cisely az when Pomp taiks em. Bind,
like pills, operaits tbe saim on all con
stitoosbnns. 'The mizzerable hirelins nv tha tvrent
Linknn will rue the day they meat thcze
dark nites. The Suthern wite soljer iz,
I'm awair, a mizzerable 'ens. He wnz
born a serf nacber maid 'him expressly
fur a system nv-society, and 'he coodent
eggsist nowhere else. ''The Suthern lord
uv the sile reqdires various servises.
Manynl labor iz dnn by tha black, bnt
bis votin must be dnn by wltes. Nacher
steps in and famishes him a man wite
ennff to vote, and lowenuffto be owned.
He has no-shivalry, and woodent fite at
all ef 'twant'far blndsd offisers. Imagin
intire regiments nv blndid men men
nv tbe fizzikle strength nv the nativ Af
rikin, animated With tbe1 spirit nv tbe
hawty Suthron. A gorriller with the
sole nv Shevsleer Bayard.
I hev prayed that Lincoln wood spair
the Sowth this bitter cap. Haz the
retch no sole ? Imagine a Sutbren offi
ser leedin hiz regyment int2 battle I He
drors nigh to tbe enemy.' Wit I sings
a shell 1 It exploads I He iz saif, but
alars, dispnrsed into, 'inch peecee iz biz
nigger, and perhaps tbe eon nv hiz grand
father's son, or'maybe the ankle" uv biz
own-childrin. That sh'el cost him 8H.6W.
A riie-pops, and Pompeyrdies, who liy
iniwo'6d.'hev.oeen dirt cheep ''at 01,200.
He treds aiath uvglory oyer the ded
bodiz vu ' bz bind relasbons,' wich is also
hiz'fortnne:a si j r t V
Agfa. .iEf-tbe nlggsr fites alongside
the' wite. man, he is'acknowlliged hiz
equal, -and away goes tba corner stun'nv
n: : t t. 1 , ln 1 ... . -
snuubiMjr 1 xi una auaz oin a consols
shun tew the 'Northern Dimocrat tew feel
that ther wos a race meener than 'they
air. Sbelthia delooshan be roodly dis
sipated 1 xoroiu ii neaven 1
Petroleum Explosions. A petroleum
distiller writes: There are two causes of
the many accidents which have occurred
inthe explosions of coal oil. Tha first
arises Jrom the ignorance or want of care
in the person havint? chares of the lamn.
It is indispensable, in filling the lamp, to
leave a sufficient space for the dilation or
expansion of the fluid which is necessarily
produced by tbe beat of tbe rooms, and
by the combustion of the oil in the lamp.
It can be easily understood that the oil,
underthese circumstances, bavintr increas
ed its volume, may occasion an explosion,
especially if the lamp is cracked or has
any other flaw or defect.
' J. be serond cause of an explosion is
owing to tbe intentional admixture- of
nenzeme with the oil. It can be easilv
ascertained withont an instrnment if the
oil contaihs bsnzme. By pouring into a
rap or eaucer a small quantity of oil, if
Ifics htl dna. mm. tt... e : T . 1 -.
.w u.. uubluui US&0 inn iru rued lately. It
maybe considered ofeood nnalitv. anrl
free from any explosive admixture.
To Pbkvent Skippeb8 in Hams There
is, according to my experience, nothing
easier than to avoid the skippers and all
uugs ana worms that usually mfest, and
oicen aestroy so ranch bacon. It is sim
ply to keoyonr smoke houseD dark, and
the moth that deppsita tbe eggs will never
enter 11. ror me past twenty-five years,
I have attended to this, and never had my
bacon troubled by any insect. I have
now hanging in my smoke-house bBtns
one, two and three years old, and tbe
oldest are"as free from insects as when
first hungup. lam not aware of other
cansea for the exemption of my bacon
from insects, but simply from the fact that
my smoke-house is always kept dark.
Before adopting this plan, I bad tried
many experiments, but always without
sucsess, or with injury to the flavor of my
bacon. I smoke with green hickory.
This is important, as the flavor ol bacon
is'often utterly destroyed by smoking it
with improper wood.
r A.Hqcsehold Convenience. I have a
tmsuiieu. uu wmen we are accustomed to
write down such domestic concerns as
need attention. For instance, noon one
side of it is now written "Sendforcorn
meal, starch and a lamp chimney exa-
:. 1 .. eii . c
uiiuo uuuer tttttm engige onions 01 air.
Allen, to-morrow." These are for my
own attention. On the othe side, the girl
is reminded to "Brown coTea gather
beans for drying scald the bread box
wash'the cellar shelves." Whenever I
find any item that needs attention either
from myself.or the girl, I trBst it to the
slate, and find it much sarer than to run
tbe risk, of remembering it at the right
time. You often hear housekeepers ex
claiming, "There, I forgot entirely tojend
for snch a thing and now it is entirely
too late,". Try the slate. - ,
their dead ont of the qoSstloa'
hnrrah for a 1 1
Thta ttcrifisa'may' bo' avoldid. Lin1
kun baa has been slitely electld.'and in
ezmnch ez he haz controle .nv sumtbm
over a mflyon'mnikits.'with artillery tew
match, wo Dimocrats heyiujalluz bin a
law-abiding peepelj shel submit quietly 2
the popular, voicfc .Bat we kin .advise.
Linknn hez'('it in hii hands. Let bim
malk peece immejeUy and tew' oncl.
Let him send commisbners tew'Richmond
nnder saim pay ez member nv Congriss,
fl will go for one) to treet -"and be treat
ed. Let na'act on the' Mick Lellan ii'ee.
jjew ua nuer mem attua want tew cum
back, and tbF' they' fefoosa Wby then
fite It6nt;oh"TOdb4oo''8htweT tonnrVative
prinsippIes.'Efth'atto' rerbose, and the
sbood saenfise awl for toy bleetlinonn
try,and b'iriifo' the1 serviseir'tV shtier.
I co'od riot hesitate fer 1 'moment' " "'
-.. " -PETROEEDM',V.A'SBY. '
Lait Pastor ny the'' Churcir nV theNoo
Disp'ensksbnh. 7 '" '
A photograph. or.pIJTJbjhji B,rpwn,
w,hPd,,?3'?r? ' no HglnR.Tn.tha
P?r,0Trr8 mansion formerly hIo'nging
to -HenV A: Wrse.' who" hnn? thi"
nal in,anqther part pC.theState. ..The
estate situatedboot eiirht miles Votri ii
Kvwl,"Orily 14.000 of "their woonded Norfolk" ta'ss'lura confiscated h' vtba Go'
uu iin.uuar.., ." w &??mi?v''B "". pio 01 secession drawn on
"i uj meoiuiaii Baa approved dt Jan.
Tf m . ., , -
Davis, was fonnd in tba house.
Salt as a Toora-PowbER. If; while
examining, under tbe microscope, a drop
of water containing infusoria, you intro
ddce a grain of salt, tbe effect will be seen
in the instsntaneons death of these crea
tnres! The knowledge of this property
of. salt may be turned to acconnt.
Among the rest, it suggests an excellent
lootn-powaer. it it be trne, as assarted,
that the matter which. is formed on the
teeth is the receptacle of animalcules, and
that these are the real agents in produce
ing carious teeth, dip a moistened brash
in common salt, and yon bave-at once
the cheapest and most preservative of
A "Beef Soup. "Beef soup should be stew
ed loar hours at Iast,( oyer a moderate
fire, with a bandful'of rice, and just water
enough to .keep' it covered. , An hour be
fore it is done put 3n two or three common
sjed onloas.and ten or.. twelve commonr
potatoes, pared , aqq sliced, and a few
carrots, if yon Iike;at the same time pot
in salt to season Jt well, and half at t-
spoonlhl, of pepper.- A little lemon-peel
some like, cat. in thin slices; others prefer
powdered ssge, snd parsley, or savory,
two teaspoonfnls. Stir np two or three
jggswith.milk'and floor, and drop it
jq.with a spoon.
Rusks? Melt halfa pound of batter,
mir with 'two-thirds of a pint "of milk,
and flour to make a stiff batter; add three
tablespoonfuls of yeast, and set it in a
warm place to rise. When' light, beat
two egga with'baja pound, off rolled
sugar, add a toaspoonfal of salt, one of
cinnamon, and flour to make the whole of
tbe above iogr-dients sufficiently stiff to
mould np. Work tbem into buscuit
form. lay them oa fiat tins, and let tbem
remain until of a. spongy .lightness be
fore .baking in a moderately mot oven.
THE XEAXSTEBS' PAS7C.
At Ball Ban, ere the son was low,
'Twas man to man and blow for blow.
For Serce and funonswanhe foe.
And deadly was tha rlralry.
Bnt Boll Run taw another sight.
When all the teamsters, pale with fright,
And panic-stricken, took to flight,
Lti jr (if BrUuk Ckxealry!
With sword and jack-knife, fast arrayed.
Each teamster drew his ealianl blade;
And furious erery dray-horse neighed,
Drtadmg the Black Horse Caralry.
Mow parti the trace, by jack-knife riren;
Now rash the steeds, by pants driren;
And all the road, by half-past seren,
Showed dastily and grarelly.
Hot thicker yet tha dost shall By,
As rank and file go scrambling byf.
And hinder yet shall Rassell cry:
"We're gone! wtVe gone! it's alUo-ier!"
TjaVoni; bnt acaree yn Sonlhera ana T?
Hath tipped the spires oMVaihington,
When i'n they tumble, oae by one,
Rniisil ahead of DolM-rer!
The panic deepens. Sare! who can!
When lire's at stake, a man's a man:
Most gallant he who leads the ran.
Lo! Ruiull leads tit tckol nf'ta!
Ah! few, to-day, in camp shall meet;
The side-walks'shall be tent and sheet;
to every alley, lane aad street, .
They slumber erery son! of 'em!
QENEBAL p BICE.
The following epitaph will nndonbtedly be placed npon
the tomb ofthe Missouri General.
Brare General Price
Fled In a trice,
O'ercome with mortal fear;
Thoojb shots few fast,
lie was at last
O'ertnrn'd by diarrbaa.
On History's page.
At distant age,
It folly will appear.
That so tier ball
That lead at all
Prodoced the dte i'.riak.
Jwr tbe Jkrkr.""
A Sharp Dutchman. During the bat
tle of Sliiloh, on officer rode hnrriedlv
.bplc an oid-anti enqofrecV ror-Granrr
"i.nat is him with the field glass,"
said tbe aid.
Wheeling his horse about, the officer ?eed " snmnuT anrj Winter, in one per
Protect Yoar Orchards.
Every farmer who has an orchard grow
ing, if he has not already sheltered" it on
the North and West sides bv a iove of
forest trees, shonld do so In the Spring;:
or if he has no orchard planted, he should;
plant the grove and have the place ready,
for his orchard, or plant both at once.
With ns a cotton-wood thicket is most
easily obtained, and will grow into axpro
lection in tbe shortest time, c To beeSect-i
nal, it should bs not less than fifty feet ioi
width, and set out so that on oan mio- f
the grove the trees can hve roonfiVgrow'
tall, while the other edge should be plant-'
ed so thick as to form a dense nndar-"
growht. For the trees that are intended
to grow large yonng trees of the largest,
size that can he readily transplanted
shonld be obtained, and'tbey should oa'
set out eight or ten feet apart on the'stda'
ofthe hedge next to rtbe orchard. "For'
the outer side of the hedge.-s'maJl youngs
trees, that in Spring can be pulled up bj
hanri O" aaailrj almnnp .. It
u.- lain; aiuiwi M WBCUS, Will BUS-
wer the pnrpose; or layers can be cut early
in the Spring, before the sap starts, and1
this part of tho hedge cultivated in this
We hava spoken of cotton-wood be
cause it is easily obtained, and- is ofr'amr)1
growth, and not because we think it really
me mosi vaiuaoie. we wonld by far
prefer an evergreen grove, aa it igi-mncV
better in winter and much more beautiful;
but it would cost more, would bs of slow
er growth, and could not be as' easily'
cultivated. A storm-hedge of this kind
could be gradually changed in material,
by planting, every Spring or Fall, either
hard wood or evergreen trees, as you de
sired, catting out sufficient of the cotton'-'
wood to make room for the ones yoa
wished to introduce.
Some Illinois farmers speak very high
ly ofthe White Willow as a storm-hedge,,
no less than for a fence. Of its merits w'a'
can give no opinion, for we are'not ac'-'
quainted with it; but for the present, cot-'
top-wood will answer the purpose, and is
within., the reach afovery om, ,
Do not undervalue the advantages of
such a protection to your orchards. Thev'
fnrlously rode np to the General, and .haPs as ico as in the other. If we need
touching his'cap. thus addressed him: lt.in .Winter to break the forceof tba
"Sheneral, I vents to make von
port; Schwartz's Battery is took."
"Ah." said tha General, "how was
"Veil, you see, Sheneral, de t 1
sheshenista come up in front of ns, and
tbe t d sbeshenists come in de rear
of n anl'Schwartz's Battery vas took."
"Well, sir, yon of course spiked the
guns," said the General.
"Vat 2" exclaimed the Dutchman in
astonishment ; "schpike dem scboike
dem new guns ? No, it would scbpoil
dem.-' " k, ' -1
"Well," said the General sharply,
"what did yoo do ?"
"Do ! vy we took dem back, again."
A Smaht Wojias. A preacher not
long since asxing 10 say a night at a
country house was forbiddsn by the lady.
Knowing her to bs a member of the
church, and generally pleased to enter
tain ministers, he began ttfqjiote Paul to
her, hoping that she would understand
by this that he was a preacher. He had
hardly got ont, "for thereby some
have entertained angels nnawares," when
she said :
"I know, sir, but angols wonld not
come with quids of tobacco stuck in their
months." The preacher left withont any
farther ceremony. 1
At the table of onie'bf the New York
hotels lately, a roogb span individual was
annoyea oy the voracity of. bis nearest
neighbor, who monopolized all Ibe'aood
things be-coold reach. After witnessing
his operations for some time, the blunt
customer tapped the gormandizer on the
shoulder, and said:
"Look a here, I wouldn't advise yon
to go to Ohio right away."
"Why not 3" -,
'"Becausejtbey've got the hog Cholera
ont there I" " ' " "
J'jCbusheb CoFFEE.VCrnshed4coffea is
said, to be better than1 ground. "S'avarian
roasted a'ponnd p'f coffee, divided in equal
parts; gronddirair'psrj.'and pounded the
other in a mortar; poured on oach sn
equal weight -of toiling water; treating
tbem alike excepting in the grinding and
pounding. TTbe,nnanrraoas opinion: of
himself and several other good judges,
was that pounded coffee was tha best. '
n Soda Biscuit: One qdart of flour, two
te'aspooafals- of cream of tartar, mixed
well in tba dry fionr.-onetablespoohfoiof
hwdpone leaspobnfnr of soda dissolved iJ
-arwaat mirk enoogh to make a soft doogh'
wans lilt) UODrw.-JMBsT IB qHieC GV6B.' '
Every pound of cochineal aofttaiaU
70,000 insects, boiled to datvta. '
Army teams'ters are proverbial for the
scientific volubility with .. which they
swear. A teamster with the Onmber
land army, not long ago got stack ia the
mad, and he let fly a stream of profane
-t-..t.. ... . . -.
cpuueia 1 oat wonia nave astonished "our
army- In Flanders" even. A chaplain
passing, at .the timr, was greatly shocked.
"Jly iriend," said he to tho teamster,
"do yon know who died for sinners ?"
"Darn yonr conundrum. Don't yon
see.I'a stack in tba mnd ?"
piercing cold winds that coma wpnfnre
down our vslley from the North, it is
equally needed in tbe Summer to Croat
off the westerly winds that, from their dry-1
ness. blight the fiuit; or. from tbeir force,
wring it from tbe branches frequently bo
fore it is Jalfgrown. '
A good illustration of tha lbenefit.s. of -.
protection to orchards, could have been
seen this last fall in the orchard of 'Mr
Wiles, or that of Mr. Wolf. 'both of theni'
near Glenwood, Iowa.. These orchards'
are partially surrounded by a growth5 loft
young timber that breaks the "force ofjho
wind, and the both produced a liberal
crop of as fine apples as we hevo everseen$
in any country; while other orchards, or
scattering trees not protected, prodoced a 1
much smaller yield in proportion,. and of,
much inferior quality. But wo presomo.
no argument is necessary to prove tbe""aa
vantage of a storm-hedge; the only thing"
in the way is tbe labor necessary to plant'
it, and this seen afar off h greetly mgui-i
fied. Take hold of it in the early Sprigj
with a will, and yoa will find it an object
easily accomplishedrand if donnnn .l.,.,
scale, yoa have secured 'to vonrafilf'.nrl.
your offspring ana'abnndanca'of.'frait..
. .tttu uo UIBl 8ep 0f7aras pro
ducing yonr own fire-wood;"for the'-trim-'
mmgs of snch a groye would.yield no iaw
considerable stock of fuel.,, -.Try it.;' 0-J
flTVawum Taa. Tf .T3
wu.uu ahiujs) jJtirutu.'X'tiw-Oj-r.a
Roots ara nsnally fed to horned, cattle,
without cleaning, and'althongh'wa cannot,
now point directly to any casa of' disease!'
as the result of snch feedingryet it'mnst8
be evident that the dirt is mora orlessinl
jarions. Wehould alwaysv.prefer, Ibatj
the roofs be, cleaned before feeding, and
this can be easilyreff,cted by a ro6t clean-'
er, which any farmer can constncS',a,
few hours. The mct.6impwideTftt?fo"fO
this purpose is an octagon box revolving
on gndgedua. and tarnsd" with: a 'crank,
similar to maehjnes for cleaning icaatrttg7
used at tha, fonndriee. Ii,n.ay,be :mado:
. uum iwo or toree onsneis, and is con-
ctrnr.torl t.w .!.:- aT. !. e ." . ' w 0
-..-w. j -i..uSjiwu pieces oi pianKjor.
the ends, and sawing them into ocfrgonf :
two fest four inches v.in diami.t. i find
in diamptar i On:l
tbesa sides two strips of bosrds, two .srJda
a half feet lone and ten inehea ;.! r?
nailed, leaving a space or opening at the,
comers of an inch or so wide, for be dt"rt
to drop ont. One of tna'aioW is'oa hI-'
ges, andTs uted as.a placa'forintrodc-'
ing the rooU. It is thea bnog npoDi
gudgeons, on one of which fs fitte'd.a,
crsnk. Twobnshels of rooU "may The
thrown ia at a time, wherelheyaTecIeanl'
sed by slowly revolving,, the boxj srdTjiw
turns befng enfficiect to 'wear pfiftntv
dirt, leaving tho roots clean M irtherbi
been washed;! itru aimplo affarf; which '
farmer cii make in a few boTs,-aaritc'
those who grow, roota:for stack feedisgi
will sava msnydsySjdissgjeeable oWor),
while the" health 6t .stock must "be1 pro
moted by its aatvi-?raa ffinldl AlT
: ; : i .t f -Ti
CoBji.FOBi6wEaMT, Take.OBS. niufcoL
ilcohol. two ounces sum camphor! twa.
on hi BDiKr, (wo ounces oil or
Oav of tbe new petroleum millionaires
wisely determined that bis daughter
shonU have a good edocation, and, sent
her to tbe most 'expensive schootin New
York. Tha girl had no inlellectoarabili
ty? and -tha teacher honestly wrote to ber
father that his-danghter had no capach
ty for learning. "Capacity," said, her
father; "bay ber one she shall hava 'all
that money can-get:"
"If I7was'a sheep, Pat," said a far
mar4 faisdiiied.msn, as be observed tbe
sbeep lying ia a shaded position,, '1
would lie on the other side, of tba fence,
where it is w.armer.,r "Trotnitbln,,', wai"
thavranlv. if ta had. 'Metrv' a.sirienai -.
r-J - J - wh.uv. .v m.S . a.Si
wonld hava .mora, nsa tbn,va W "1rl-rLSLlS V.
""'if " -- urig.uum,;ww uarjCTaiuii irr wrorra-WOOO-.-
now : r- '--': Mix all together. and.batlhrtHeld.i7r
Authok Aa animal whose tale comas and rob it in well once a day, and yonr
oaioflakTsaad. bona will soon be better.