Sunday on Picket Duty.
Lyimq here under the edge of a wheat-stack,
" at four o'clock this mi-sty morning, my head
wet with the dew ot the night and feet cold
with the chi'.ls of the dar lp straw that covers
them, I was inclined to take gloomy views of
things and agree with Mrs. Partington as to
the disa;jreeableness of " Bleeping on a picket"
as compared with "sleeping on a post," and
hold the world is a dreary kind o( a place to
" dwell in, e?pci.il!jr the out-of-doors part of it,
and to be low in spirits generally aa to the
war and the country and the universal moral
system of things, and more particularly as to
,. my own prospects lor a pleasant Sabbath;
But when the glorious Bun showed his cheer
ful face over the ridge of Loudon Highte, and
the host ol mist, and fog, and cloud could not
abide the sight of his countenance, and the
crests of the hills began first to appear, and
then the tree-tops, the farm houses, the orch
ards and groves ; as I now write, with the dew
: dried up, the earth and my toes warmed
' in the sunbeams, the deligbtiul notei of the
q'lail whistling op from the valley below us,
and the whole bright, freh, and bracing au-
.tumnal morning throwing its influences of
cheer around me ; why, the mists being to
. tlear away before my mental and .spiritual
vision too, my views of philosophy, morals,
and religion partake of tlie brightness of the
fair morning. The world, the country, even
.this grim war, assume a softened aspect, and
arrange themselves in their harmonious place
in God's grand plan of operations. Far bet
ter than the morning sun driving away mists
hare been the blessed words of Holy V"rit to
my spirit: the glorious Psalm of David to
which I opened at random, which has for its
frequent refrain, " 0 that men would praise
'the Lord for his goodness and for his wonder
ful works to the children of men.. Lni again
the sweet words from Christ's own mouth
that I found in reading my Sabbath morning
chapters in the Gospel, where we are assured
that the sparrow falleth not to the ground
without our Father, that the very hairs of our
head are numbered, eta. - Yes, God's Word
is the best recipe for promoting cheerfulness
and patience, and enabling a man to take
things as they corns, believing they all come
from Him who doeth all things welL Surely
it is just the book for the soldier to get his
daily comfort from, and I rejoice to gee tow
many of our soldiers do make it their continu
I think I closed my last letter to you with
some foolish, commonplace remark about the
waste of men, blood, and treasure of this war.
"Whatever it may have been I take all that
back: That was said from a low, merely hu
man point of view. In the sight of God, in
whose great name I trust we set up our ban
ners in this war, not a drop of blood, not a
sigh or a groan uttered, a hardship or a dan
ger passed through, nor one of all the sacrifi
ces made by an individual citizen however
humble, through the length and breadth of our
vast country, has been wasted. The tried
soldier has fallen out of the ranks and died by
the wayside before he has had the opportuni
ty of striding a blow for his country, but not
in' vain. : The brave, enthusiastic patriot has
rushed to the defense of his country without
looking for position or counting the cost, and
has sacrificed his life to the blunder of some
incompetent officer, or the corruption and
treachery of some scoundrel, but the eye of
God has seen and accepted the sacrifice. The
large-hearted wife, or mother, or sister, has
stifled her sighs as she bade adieu to theloTed
ene, and bravely endured his absence and the
aad tidingc of his wounds and death, and man
hafh thought little of it outside of the circle of
bereaved ones, but God's eye hath taken it
all in. There is no waste ot patriotism or
sacrifice in his great plan. The mismanage
ment of his human agents is all provided for ;
it is a part of the allowance for friction in the
running of his machinery. There is no snch
thing or word as mistake with him. And so
all this blundering, wasteful, extravagant war
is an economical, well-ordered part of his sys
tem, and shall promote the great general pro
gress of virtue and liberty in the world and
the glory of his own great name.
This is the way I muse to-day, spending
my Sabbath on picket duty, stationed under
the lee of a wheat-stack. "We shall have out
here under the sky a short service of worship
and praise to God, though there be no other
than myself to lead therein, with the sword
girt on my thigh and the enemy's pickets in
sight before us, God will help us to keep his
day holy, though we are clad in the panoply
of war and obliged to do many military du
ties. He will accept our praie if we offer it
in sincerity. He will teed us with his Word,
though we have it only in a few copies, and
can only snatch now and then a moment to
peruse or listen to it He will listen to our
prayers, though they be brief and broken,
For he is our strength and our refuge, our
strong fortress and our high tower. He is the
God of the soldier and of the soldier's loved
ones at home, the God of battles, the God of
our country and our fathers. We will have
him for our God, and pray that he may be
the .God of our children and our regenarated,
repurchased country nnto all future genera
tions. Thus much from yours, immediately
in front of a hundred and fifty thousand reb
els. Cor. Springfidd Republican.
Courage for the Hour.
Let us then hold up our faces when the
light from above may fall on them, and be re
fleeted around us, and no longer carry them
dowuward where earthly mists and exhala
tions darken them, and thus use us in diffus
ing and increasing the gloom. And as we
thus become strong within, let those around
us, let the Cause, let our Country, have the
benefit of it. Let us bear our part of -the
troubles of the times with firm hearts; quick
en and encourage one another; and give the
Government, our brave men in the field, and
all 2) earnest in suppressing the rebellion, the
advantage of a cheerful and hopeful spirit,
warm sympathy and effectual support and de
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hopeful, confident and in the end successful.
God hasten it in his tims. Rev. I. E. Dwin-
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Vegetable Life Medicines -t
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DYSPEPSIA, by thoronrtTyclninsing the firt an
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bile, instead of tje stale and jcrid kind : i LAlVLi.'r
CV, Loss of Appetite. Heartiiurn. Keaiiache, It -sliexfc
nre, Ill-terriptT, Anxiety, Languor, and lltiiincijeiy,
which are theirenerai symptom! of iysDep&a, will v.iu
ish. a a natural con-n qnenee of its enre.
COSTIVENEMS. byci'Mao-ngtricWholelsTicthorT: e.
intestinne with a solvent pro:ts.aliti withou, vie IrtiC -ail
vioi'.nt pnr's leave tLe bowels coettve in tHutij.y.
PEVEK ol'ail kinds, by ri Htorix.: tiit thbj- d r. a
reyuisr circnlation. thronh the pntcr'vi re-pv.-:;i..n
iu such cadi's, and the tiwrotith solution of all ir.teeti
nal obetructwo in otuers. . -. r. -.
Th Lire Meduinxs have been known to care YM
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in haiftliat time, hy removiiii; iotai iiitlaniiuaLitiB from
the mnscies and liiraments oftheioiittrf.
.-DlP"l; of ali kiTiii-i. b freeiDa and etrer-rtbet;-"ui
the kidneys and hiauder; they eiierate most deb't
fully on these important, or; ids. ai.d htace have ever
been found a certain reuueuv fur the very worst eaeea of
GRAVEL. . .
Also WOftWS, by diflod-rrrefrnrii the tur-iTrc cf tl-e
bowels the slimy matter to which these cruarure-i td
Vre. - . '
WUSVY, UXCTPS actl INTETER.ATE SOKi. lsy
the perftrt purity wh'fh tie-re Lira Maiicisw tvat
the blood, snd ali the hnnif-r. f . ' - ; , M '
SCORBlTtC BRUFTTOs'ind Pad Coir.rLif.-ei9
by th'ir alter-ifive ei'ect npon the itri-i: tl:at r'd (he
the ski, mid the mori-ni son of which a-n-a3tnn si
"rutivt cumplaiiitA, aailow, ciomiy, and ouieraiea-cre.-ah.1'-complexien-i.
The use of the.-' P1!! ff r s vrv rhrt tfro'e w iii efi- o,
an entire cure of SALT RDFl .u. and a strikirVir.
provenieot in the chrnesr- oi th- skin. ' t tvv-:-:
CoLL-- and INr Ll E.NZA a ill alway&bec'urrd bt one.
dose, or iy two in the worst caper!. ... ,.. - ,t,-.
PILES. The oritrins! proprietor of tiese yetU ines
was cured of Hie-. of:tfyear-; stend.-r-r. by the nse'oj
the Lljjr Msmcixs? lihjrie. ...--
f E EH an D AU E. For thi scorr.w of thr We-t-cm
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y and Terrain remedy. Other medicine leavt th.
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Evil, and Scrofula in its worst forms, yield to the mild
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Nient Swears. "Nervous Debiiitv. Nt rvnns Complaints,
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are speedily cared. ....
MERCURIAL DISEASE?. Persons whose consti
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