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iroimge of our Den,orrHti(! Iriends. biuI all
cttiers lequiring Aotk, in Vimon ronnty.
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igi sis for Hie "fctittlior timwrct."
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joi Cubui nloiii irn. AdUMB.tnU, lot ibi 4 a.
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K. F. lUNOHAM.I'rubOtuniifi Aiviruej .
W'k, IISUL, Shrrifl.
. JOSKPH MAGEL. Auditor.
M. PANElteasurft.
JAM1.S iViALO'NL. IUoider. :
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HcAkTno.-J. G. Swctlaud. B. C. Ccv
::E. F. BINGHAM
Alio rnej at Law,
C McAKTHUR. OHIO,
"Will practice in Vinton and adjoining coun
ties. Office three
aoors west ol the tii
Office.
Feb. 9. 1S52. :
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HILTON h. CLABK..'. Jl I K P, PLVLK
CLARK ' ND PLYLEY,
; Allcrnojs al Lim.
--;MtAniHl1R,OHI0 r
Yvili riTactii iii lain ttfl.ip in Vinton "oi n
ty Ofl.ie. lutrooors tabt ot Sikttn & Hul
. Eeb, 2) ..1854. .' - i' ; 19.
-ErA.BhAUCN,
Atlonie H Law;
" MrAfiTiiyR.OHIO; 'i
: lJJLp&ctu.e iu Yinlpn and iidjolniiui
T? couui irs. .urr.ce, poor eauol it
r lue torner. j s ' i
.WVt
HAS now u.MMiHof AVall Parr.
,',borura.iiiiu- CntUioa. and Ftre
S Bk( Uit MO tardlv j, it iiianwnti n .U
V?6t. I IKfS ICVT. JuoVi. L-HMB itkx k,
Be Careful of your Money.
AVIirii iile ih lull of helth m l g'ee,
Wurk, wiirk. hi b.ifcv ts bn
And lake ihi gentle li'mi from me
tWtarelui of jourmonoyl
You'll Cud U ru that friendu are few
W hen jou are short of money!
The single grain cast lit I mold
May Ri'rinii and kiv a liundre.l fold! ;
Mor .re iohh lltxii ils weight iu gold! .
'Be canful of your moiiejk' . ., :
' 'i he grain yon how to slacks may grow;
' Be lare.'ul of your money!
: j
Bui do not shut pacel Mi ley's doors.
VMieu soriow .Ua loor wan'. ii( lir:
Tn In lj to J t'i.l iiiiyfi rnii.t'' snrcs,
Be .artl,d ol ynr tn-uivj!
lo hfl( i!ie whu'ek your door, '
; Bo cuielu! of our niii:ey!
VVculd J on s( di" tlie b,f gar's lot,
't he ilt-t, in led of the tipi ling sot,
And Ihe in tweel n.niuuniiit'a cot?
be taMul ol your ntont-y!
Aii'i ii yon ucej a Jtieu l
Be rurei.il uf oiir tmuie
DEATH SCENE OF AN OLD TAR;
OR
MARRIAGE IN HEAVEN.
In lue course oi a lew e : r t lie
ilituinaiir.ru Levari to jjre atiout Hie
jour.s 01 (ne oiii sailor, and ins limb
t;ri w btitl, di.d tie was no longer aLla
tu Lerlui 111 lua dutiea on bonni ul the
tit, milt iiis loinier activit) b) anU
b), u) alow degreet, l.iese miiis and
tlie 111,1 cn. nam ii,tjiiiiints 01 age in
cleared upon lum, and tlie yaclit liatj
to be gutu ti ailugelner. Tlieti in
toe nti'jjlt- ciiiiiiiie) coiiit'i' oi lue 81 r-
V a ul '.- (I ii . ' , I j IS jdlLiill's iii.i.lMuil,
III Miu.rr, .m.u 1,11 .1 tj .it t'vt(ro Hl.ii
an brbui, uw rl OHiit lae tisii..oiio.
ftiiiiu L"iu M .lu.iin uiia tuiibiiuiita
lui tub e.-Leuitl b ii lit i.i Miiiimer, die
01Un.au a.tu In hti. mi.j; iiiuis--
tei'lli il a itlittl.UUI t. ,y iaiiu tlJ"U
ofi' i.u mti agn'u lor ) e.its uini.
ai iut ile vhb tuiibneu tu lui tuuiii
linn u I114 Oej; -
He. Iiiijit-iini, Ii' Rever, a lng aliile,
ai.u Liiu Aluiuuiit, win had become
gitbll) utiatiieu to lum, iiecjiicntl)
kLH.l an boor by bis I eMue, lie &
I utHit wliHi tlie old .111.11 died, bto
oi,e suj 1 km u that the la t e i nt u as ao
near l anil,'. , ;
! in ; ( 1 1 1 1 1 k; L"J HlP gnttrinp the roon.
tibr;jacft, -.ii i.ini.ii, fiw it1 "tie leit. '
'i lii'Uil.'.ii.g i.-;io,e Mat, y o ui ili.t.
01,'uastoe uLiy, Uid Jack Jen
iWnk'li bi.(,n Lc bTrtndtd 111 t'lemil.'
fc 'luen your cuorbe, Jacl ;' said In
lorUtinp. : ! Iicpe you'll be uitu u.
lor in ny a day jet.'
'An;, ) 01.1 rioin.i, Tlie order's berii
u to ali oiu J nek ' cable, una t.'ie
1 iiui.i b ou'toJy uiiiHit'U,'
'can l no ai.jtl.ing lei 1 01.? Haie
you cei)inii g you wici,'
U fiiuuiu ulie a jjiue ol' 'taica,
your Honor, i lieue Vdnmnts ol net-
vault, won t give it me, tiiougli I've
axed it inetity Units coz wti) tlie
uoitor ba liow it's bad lor my cough.
1 lie cou-ii w as placuey bad last timlu.
) our lioiioi1,'
'I'lien, Jai l!, I tlii lib thry did riyht.
Yi 11 k..nw l.'.e) n.utt allow the ilitec
.:(;n 01 tlii- ..iiki( iHii.'
AH I'ign'. bir, 1 din't blame 'em.
1 never sstd t r a pijx !iese three
weeks nil ) esterday. I know it's a
sen. aii's duly to ofey oideis; lu wliin
a inn. 6 on ln' Itpani ends, Hint ad the
d( clors Hi the seiviie mii t set up liii
Mgliing bgaia win, timi I tiiiiik it
liniU to 1 1 1 v a 1 1 his In. in or, 1 than t see
oav light tn-moirnw, fir; and 1 thou Id
like ne Lij e alote I drcjs oil the hook.
May le 'baica' ain't bi ived out in the
outer woild.
Jack said this to earnestly, yet
iiitincetitlv tu; t liu loid.-hip, notvi:h
st a ruling that he raw the otd man wai
rapidly finking, could scarcely Inrbf r
a mule, and he oi acred a servant to
I .Ting the much coveied iupe, whicl
Jack&nii.ked with much Bpp.nenl pleas
ure. Then lavii it a.Mde he said:
'Bacca and me cuts acquaintance
youi honor, that's the last uipe old
Jack Jiiikins'll ever smoke.'
A'ow, sir, p'ease end lor tlie par
son; lor the old s iitoi'11 i-.ke ids di trt
tire for thp unseen vvodd.'
Doyouieel so very lunl, Ji. k?'
abUu his lurtik ip, w lib (,'ietl Uenti
expiessrd in the tone ol oi e,
1 ttel no pain, fir, bin I know niv
cable's ulnn'kt run out, the last bite's
chine t die iniw ehole, and there a in t
i.o lin e to !pnri ; I shonlii iike 1'iliive
mv aitoun'k ail quare taiore I s.iecr
off." -
Loid Morrlant sent immediately for
ilse rector of the parish who soon ar
rived at the able), and was slionu in
to the old man's lid-room, '
Lord Moidant nculd have retired,
hiil Jack bepged lum to stay, -
now do ou tind yiuirselt now, Jack,
mux t'l.' clergyman to whom Hie olu
k.iilor was perouaiiy ktown.. ..'3.
M ni u iiiii lour- reieieixv oyinj
blipiiii away quickly and torn-
lortabU but my glasa is nigh ran hut.
Shall I read to o: or pray with
ycu?'"- ' ' ' - "' " '
'1 hank 'you kindii yon may I
khall be glad lo1iIen; luj, pfl, putd
lik'e.to'a.X vour. tevtieiiceVjew a ies,
ttthtiltrpAlwv Ucil- Swl M
Mhl lb clergy niin. 1 uur SMixl it
Ha'. mti thrf w orld; d you possen
ini li"pe ol Iiaiipiupa4 lirealtef,' I
-Unpre.vlmfortall,:tl.at wy?l
sir as coiuiortariie a maamav welli
be, wi.o is passing I lm heard!
..J i .i. ii .. I
b 11 sue u vi-riiii, - u nnp on iicy'Miu
looks hvlhr.nj(h the spv-glass but
there is there is one thing troubles me
sorely.'
1 hen tell .Tie wiat it is, my good
old friend, and relieve your mind from
all earthly cares.'
'This ain't an earthly care, your
reverence, fee LI v replied the old nun,
wlinae li te wag evidently now last eb
bing awy.
'Ho much the better, Jack, It is
well, if at this awful hour yon have
been enabled to forget all earthly cares
and turn jonr thoughts entirely to thai
luture, whose mysteries you are so soon
d solve. What is it that you would
speak to me about?'
'It a one of those mysteries, sir, as
I should like to hivd my mind nn.lc
easy about before I slip ofT. I've been
spliced on 10 t vo women, your rev?c-
ence, hotti ot whom have ..lipped l ieir
cables a I are me. What trouiiles m i
10 know lo winch 011 'em I shall lx
lotted 011 to when I gets up alolt.'
'Iu the lutm world there are no
man iages, neither u mere any giving
in marriage,' replied the clerg)niau.
'Let no such trilling thought occup)
your mind now.'
Well, replied Jack, 'it your rev.
ere nee says so, and the Bible says so,
1 suppobeil's all right. Not but what
I'd have iiked to have tackled on my
Ihhi wile again, poo think! but it would
have been uard lo have had to hook on
Ii. rough ail eternity with old mother
Mimiev's datii'iiter. 1 could never
have heard the soi g of the angel
while her longue was agoing, your rev
ereuce.'
Have you nothing else troubling
t cut" asked t:ie clergyman with dim
1 uitt repressing a smile, nntwithstaiid
111' me kiilemiiiit ol the occasion.
4N0, your reverence, nothing. I've
never narmed any one willingly; and
ihotiiriil, maybe 1 haven't do.ie all that
1 ought to have done, 1 hope the Loid
will nave mercy Tipou me ana take me
to himself. You ve eased my mind
considerable, sir, in telling me as 1
s.niu't be bound to Sail 'bhtpley when
I'm gone irom. t)iis.. But "kneel sand
ni.iv. sir' 1 itel ut breath lailiiu;: liit
irti-len Hiniost iuii out; the last link'!)
&up through the ha wee hole in a le
inoiiients. Kneel and pi ay too, yrau
noiior,' addressing Lord Mordant.
'Pray with tits reverence that w may
ail men happily hereaiter in Ireaven '
1 lie cleigtiuaii knelt And poured
out hi.i soul 111 prayer tor the d)in'
man, who occasionally responded
"Anini" to portions ot tlie .tieliuou ;
but at length he was silent. The pra
r was long and e.unes:, and when the
clergyman and Lord Mordant rose
irom their knees, tney found that while
the petition in his behalf had been as
1 etuiing to ihe throne of grace, the soul
of the honest old sailor had passed
away.
New Catechism For Young Lawyers.
ye.
Tie Lhttiii 1 Court being now in Se
rtoli, the applicdiu'na tor admission in
1 be Ur are in order Young canditiaiek
who have not beeii exniuiiied yet, w ill
te.gb.d to.get the finished touch upon
ilitrir pjepeiatiuu by sludying iIib lol
luwu.jj quektiona and answers, which
usually vviiol up their examination:
hianii jer Do you smoke, sir?
Candidate 1 do, sir.
fcx. Havf ou a spare cigart
tan. Yet., sir; (rxtrndiuga short .ix.)
l x Now, sir, nhal is the Oral dui
ot a !)
Can. -To eolieel fe
En Right! Win 1 is the eroii t?
Can to imreasn 1 lit- number o( his
clients.
hx. When does your pi anion to
t rda your client change!
, Can. Wheu , makiug a bill of coais
tx bxulatn.
Cu Wr then occupy the ant ! sl'a
uusi'ioiii I assume the cu. rac t ol
plaiuliO', and be becomes daleuuuut
i-x. A .tun decided, bow do you
Maud with the lawyer conducting the
oihrr bill! .
Cu.- Cbrek bv jowl !
. iiuxuh. sir- ou (.roinise to be an
.1101111-111 10 )0U' (iroteksion.'aud 1 wish
vou suvceas. , Now, are rou aware ol
the duly yuu owe lue?
. C. 11. Perfectly. .
Ex. Describe the duty.
Caq. it i vo invite you lo Cozzeus'a
Lx. But s.iui.oie I decline?
Cau l5' r telling his brad.) There
in 11 u i.i.ifciite ol tlie kiud on recor.i. 111
ihe boulik; 1 can no l answer that que
lion. .
. x You are right. and the confidence
ilh wlioli iuu hhii the aertion
ahovrs Uial toil bare read the law alien
itelvi let s take 4be drinks, anu 1 II
igii our i-eriifli ate.
PEpEtTBlAKisM. A foot race of four
iui es rsu.J oil on Wetlneilay . al tin
cawrtMie tUce Course, Boston, Mas
irlwreii iteifOii ol Ihal city; and Juhu
Uiiihlall, ol New York, lor pur ol
ititlO. Griudsll took the lead ami won.
teat int the ovher lar beHiud i-Xhe time
wa23 M.inoar'. 9 12 Hciiih
ko'dTi tAaVLiji a'LawA byy I3.yr
ul .lie Ill's beeu 'Vou'f Tried a I Columbia.
k 'S.ul '' fVngV fc5lii jid ken r'eui.edj
U'wb'V'oii'iti'; riA'if1WNiu'a.tj"(T,
t-eltea aiteea iksuei vu ioe Slav Jiauua;
New Catechism For Young Lawyers. EUROPEAN WAR!
Its Prospective Results.
.., .... .
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and exiiretsiiiK thn news of the exiles
wi. : . . i 1 1 I. I I r4 r i
some very interesting
commeuts upou the asteru v sr. It
al.:
. lu Europe general etpeclatiou seeitts
iailicing -to the belief that nothing
more will be attempted by the vreatem
powers tin the ensoing summer ami
Ibat they will content theinnelies with
Ivatiug garrisons al Kerich and Balakla
witching the ruins of Sobastopol bj
ao.oll foice, under protection of those
tw o poiuis,' aud withdrawing the bulk
of their armies to Scutari and Consun
tiiiuple, where they will be glad to seize
any "decent" pretext for the conclusion
of peace. We ourselves also, incline to
this beliel for the mountainous south
of the Crimea offers a succession of
natural fortressej tu the Czar a.iJ if
the Russians were even expelled from
there, it would ouly be at a loss wo mi a
ous to the allies that, ii would criple
their farther adtauce, while the. bleak
slpi; of the northern Crimea would,
even if uu ipu W. prove, in wiuier.
in.' i',.d ve uf the iuv idi.ig armies.
Tire "capture" ol Se baiiopnf is there-
l ri- Irtniless, au.l must remain ao .
whee 'lie ultimo result of the Strug
le appears as plain as' it was beforn,
ilussia will defend herself with proud
iutii),anU, however . chequered the
aspect of the war may prove,' she will
le. her assailants exhaust , themselves
against herculoksal atreii'lb, aud when
lliey .re worn out wlieu ba tiki up icy
or internal troubles, or both, force them
tu retire from aciie hostility, then she
will pour on again, with irresistible
lorce, deluging the prostrate world be
lore her, till, mayhap, the barriers ot
liamocracy shiver the lances of her Cos
sacks iu their nestera charge.
K remarkable fact deserves lo be . no
liced and this is, thai the commerce
aud internal Hide of Russia has uut
proportionally suffered through the war.
Far ty the enormous resources of the
cosntry aud its vast extent, partly the
Irifiiuly altiiuue ut Prussia has pro
du.ed this result-and these who are
conipeieitt to judge, a Hi r in that the muu
ul.uluies ol Russia will receive an im
pel us lroiii the contest. The Ruasiuii
ptnple have been compelled to lull buck
uu u.eir own rrauuriea, ana one yeais
war w ill have done more lo stimulate
tlie 1 r dormant energies, iu this tespect,
1I1 in year, ol peuie, Now, ii is a wen
kiiuw.u lad that the reverse has been
tlie cae with Etigland... According -to
tl.e returns reteutljf . publishetC.il ap
jejrj that the value ! British produce
u 11 J ma nufuci ures exported in July last.
aa JU.ybtf.SliU less Ulan for the some
period ol Hie .pierediiig year, and that,
lor the seven muuihs ending July last,
11 is 7,;fy,M'l less than lor the -sainr
prriuu ui 1oCi4 while the quantity ul
lluur tuJ torn imported, also shows a
maiked aud learlul decrease. That this
decrease is in)!, caused b) home prosper
ity is sullitie:iily evidenced in the great
giotii-b ul psiipeiism and the decline ul
Hie 'coasting trade, whii.fl shows a ile-
ciease ol S3,1 06 tons iu ward, and Vi.
tifaO tuns outwards. These field apeak
lor titetnselves. li is therefore plain
enough which side will step, every .t
TKiu.uius.o'il ol the struggle at its cud
. 'tlii pronrssfd (out leigin-d) object ul
the -.i is not a ;u 1 lie d any bitter' lluu
l lie 0-.1i and se.tisli one; the safely and
iudej . -nueuce ul l'urke) is placed uuder
no He rt gitarauleea lltau beloie, The
sai'nr G.-ek population rt in a 111 s in ii
heat i iie SHUte Slavonic and religious
) tt.p-iliies aurmate Mb breast the Rus
sian elf inetit is as strong as ever. Bui
ia tlie Turkish element stronger? No!
the reverse. The iullan's best armies
are uu mure his exchequer is empty,
aud sauuied with a Iresh anu crushing
Ina-J oi itebt.. War aud ihe very main
teuaucH ol the armies ul bid allies -his
exli. i. r,i h's dotiiiuiotis,. while the old
nid t . -. : ...l u'.oue tinrU sue utesiem
acri-.- i htou,., a.t tou .uiaiu
ta.11. : lie;? e-i i'K'fc. U'illoi . UnjlJ,
in u. ...it.f ; '.he v.iJ luiatsti pari.
Iolk . I. it.'rror un "ihe '-prulaiie'' in
liova 1..11S ul li.e Stiitnu; the populalion
ia divi.te.i into two hostile fjctioii.tlte
devout ami the latiiudiuariau. and the
la it eleiiient of tlia Turtmrivce U"tii"u'
slain ul dissolution, whi'e every day
add to 'he numbers anil tha cuhesiuii ul
ihe Greco Slavonic "subjects" of the
Porte. What, then, w ill be ihe coudi
tiuu of Turkey w hen this snuggle sub
aides into a so called peace?.
The bulla 11 w ill find hiTnselfV with
out allies lor the western 'powers
(then become weste.ru 'weaknesses')
wilt hare neither ability nor uicliual
ion to advance to'iis rescue; bis entire
dominions will be In a stale of ruin uid
anarchy, vt ire much mistaken if he not
hiiusell compelled to invoke the aid 01
the very Czar he is now being 'protected
Irom, to res'ora something like peate
aud civiiizatiuiito his empire that is,
always provided that a peace - be uoi
patched up by an bunesi partition of
Ui realms ol '.heir 'allbat weeu Nap
oleou, Victoria, and Francis Joseph, ill)
a pro o lionaie cession 10 the .fc.111per.or
ut lkUei a cuiilingeucy we. have g0(.d
reason i.r beiieviug noi to be aliouetn-
er beyond the pale of iu;sd aud imperi
al contemplation
r.!l -.-(..!
Thus much lor the attainment of ever
ubjeel suughl, and pretended to.be
sought b the allies. But the politi
Maui called o-io'oU further siiti; ever)
addtiiouial mouth ot war luosens a rive1.
Ironrthe chain ul 'ludidu'slaAery.' Al
eau'EuUuit has beet! obi igiJ tu ttl.i'
troop'lroai flihuOktaur'aud 'Artica'aiid
alfeadj"! flie to't liir 4t' iuse.r!retclbi.
bee aoovidail in 'the lormer Coaatrv
kuvr atuui tu'eavernrarJ 'thiew uif"d"iie:
cau tell; already has ibe BrllUlriV 1
ffltrat lrta caapUii :t sliit th
call for aid r-oming front fcer reuioje-i o
oniesi, slid ihe New Zt-afsod rmigrau
await an alntot deirto-f les f.rey, iK
onsl a 11 jilt t of the Mari,. ami the fxt'n
tiou -of his alien rule.' Let but" on.
Iteacty bow bo struck 111 anv imporiair
quarter of the Brilih empire, and the
Juggernaut cf uatiou loners from it
I eile stal.
In Europe the S me ti nf des'ructioa
to ihe aucitui tn.-n-ii .lues willrre l -ui;
mine into play. Th t a revr!ntl
outburst is inevitable iu Italy uo one
can deny, while the iurreasing syrn ptnm-t
111 trance speak for the.nlve On re
let the gates of revolution be opened
anv where, and Its waters will soon rush
in everr direction. That Rnglaml fears
is manifest. The Times has already
sounded the note of alarm, in ' ha an
imadversions upon the movements of
ihe Irish iu America for the emancipa
tion of their native land, Thai the
Times, which proverbially embrace!
ihe policy of silence where sflerrcecan
he safely maintained, should cry out an
soon, while the movement Is still in
its infancy, end apparently yet so re
tnnte, shows that the real point of Eug
and a weakness has been touched, aad
speaks volumes for the . soundness a id
pricticsl character of the couteinptaled
undertaking.
Arrival of the Union—The Latest
from Europe—Full Particulars
of the Fall of Sebastopol!
U. S. M, steamer Union, Capt. Ad
ams, bailed from Havre on the 2 in a 01
Sept., and arrived at New York. .
By this arrival we are iu possession'
of dates froin Luuduu lo the day of sail
ing. . ' '
I he papers to hand contain full par
licufars of the storming aud fall of Se,
bastopul.
From the Sebirstopnl Correspnndenra of the
iioiidou lun.-s, aept. lltli.
Of all the pictures of the horrors of
war which have been presented to the
world, the hospital of Sebastopol pie
sen is the most horrible, hri rending
and revolting. It cannot be described,
and the imagination of n Fuseli could
nut conceive anything at all like uuio
it. 'How the pjor huuiau body 'can be
inutilartd and yefhoM its soul wiiVi.
when every limb it shattered, ami ever)
rein and artery 13 pouring out the Tile
stream, one -might study here' al every
step, and wonder vvhelilirtle will kill.
The building used as an hut pita I is ore
of Ihe uoore pil ;s inside the dnckvarl
wall, and is shuttle 111 the centre of the
row at right angles to ihe ltue of. the
Kadan. j ( j ( , c ., '(
The whole rovv'was "peculiarly ex
posed to the action of ehoi and shell
tioundinK-wa-r (he Rrouii.. and Jo the
missiles directedat the Brrai k Buiery ,
and it bears 111 sides, roots, win lows,
anil doors, frequent and destructive
proofs of the severity of the cannon
ade. -Entering one of these doors, I be-
iielJ such a aignl as lew men, thank God,
have ever witiicsieti! in a long low
room, supported by square pillars, arch
ed al the top, and dimly lighted through
shattered and unglazed window frame,
lay the wounded Russians, who had been
abandoned to our mercies by their Geo
eral. The wounded, did 1 say ? No.
lul tlie oeati, me roiieu anil lnt rinn
ti.rpses of ihesuldiets, Who were lei 1
to die in their extreme agony uuaiiend
ed, uueafed lor, packed as cb.se as they
cau be stowed; soma on the floor, others
un w rett riei trestles and bedsteads, or
pallets ul straw, supped and saturated
with blood, which , oozed and trickled
through upon the floor, mingled with
ihe droppings of cotrupiipu.
With, the roar ut exploding fortresses
iu their ears, with shell aud shot fore
iuK 'through 'lie root and sides ol the
rooms in w hich they lay with the crscK
lingtnd hissing of fire around them,
1 lie be poor 'fellows; who had served their
loving friend and master, the Czr,' but
too well e'e consigned tj their terri
ble late, Many might have been saved
by ordinary care. Many lay yet alive,
w it'.i in -iggo'tcwwliug about in their
wounds. iUj ny nearly mad by ihe scene
around litem, or seeking escape irom ii
in their exlrrmest agony, had rolled
aw a unler ihe ueds, and glared uut uu
the Ilea ri stnekeu ape.-iatbrs,olil willi
such looks! ' MMX with legs and "arms
broken &wX twisted, the jugged splinters
CTU'lfn'2 throTttfrtfre rr flesfr, tmi..,r, i
aid, water, tood,' or pity, or deprived ot
speech by the epirroich of d-iaih, or by
dreadful injuries ou the head and trunk
pointed to the lethjl sp0U . -
Many seemeii oeui aiune ou. mailing
then peace wuu neaven.u ineai.uiuues
ol some were so litdeousl v laulaslic . as
to appal and root oue to the ground, br
a sort ot dradul faiciuatiou. Could
that liloodv utass'of. "clothing aud while.
hl.nes ever have been' a humau soul'
It Was fearful to ihiuVwhat tfio ausvieT
muat be. The bodiea v of numbers ol
inert Were swollen an'd blbaterJ to an in
credible degree, and the features (listen
iled to gRuti Mze. with eyes prutrtr
diiut from 4he aocdial. aud ilia blacken.
ed itwogue lolling out of the mou I ly com
prised ligh.Uy by lbe leetrj.. winclj hail
set uuoii 11 in .toe oeatn ratue: made
one shudder and reel round.
In ihe midit ut one uf '.hese .'. Cham
hers of horrors" lor ifiere w ere . inauy
.if.. -.4.-'..''
01 litem were iuuuu wui; .ur j 4io
oiue nviiig'Euglisli solniera.aiid among
them toor Captai'11 Vaughifi orthe'sJiJ.ti,.
who has since succUui bed tu nil wounds.
1 collies' il WsUmpesHle tot: feiee wtU
stand the sight, winch born tie-1 one
inoalbxperieiaeisurgeOiisV-theiifeaftty,
clktnm) stenxlu ibe MuelLtf-gaugraaisd
vtuuedsi ot. coriuuied.btoail.AiupttfuO
fldSll, wjre iiijiyletabltj fjd 441091 U U
j -jjif e ud uaii i eB it ; w ha , ui vis, - ihe. L
Woutioeii nave icu wu Ji''a!l.JY
eadure all Ihis, anJj wqj 4mjit jwav
Tfttil f. nYaIlaVl.n.lu 3 rf'Ji'a "t-lelleeied."
aler, or tOtfe WaVatf ITttiT,.
'w
to twar '
tii.ht i:,f .a mm were woniVled oil
inrlstrfuny perbapa jo'11 Vriila'r' be-jre--Indeed,
it is ' impo'Mtle; iiv say
iow long they might have, baa ihere
f.i the hurry of tneif trent the Musco-i-eseem
10 have bstri)! ii deair'nian
10 get litem out of Ihe way. arid to have
put them upon pallets in horrid mock
ery So ihl this rrfeifwr secured,
:he enemy cared Utile for tAr vvpinJad.
On Mouda only dij they feceite those
whom we seat out la them daring a
brief srmiejici for hs-purpose, which,
was. I believe, sought by theniielees, as
nur overcrowded hospitals - caubt "not
coalain, and our overworked' aurgnods
uould not attend them any more
Tha Great Redan was uett visited.
Such a scene of wreck, and ralnl - All
the houses bahind it a mass of broka.i
stones a clock tarret, with a f hot Tight
through the clock a pagoda in ruiaa
another clock tower with all the docks
destroyed aave the dial. with, the words
"Barwi.e, London,' thereon cook hous
es, where human blood was running
among the utensils; In one plsce a shall
naa iouge.1 in the boiler and blowa it
aun its cooteuta, and probably its kt
teudaata, to pieces. Everywhere wreck;
and destruction " This tvidautly wis a
beau quartitr once." '"" " -
a he oldest inhabilarjt could not
recog-
nixe it now." Climbion uj to ihe Re-
dan, which was fearfully cumbered with
tne aead. we wunessed the scene of the
despeiate attack aud defeuce. which
cost both sides -so much blooiT. ' The
dith nillaidd ...!. . I . 1. L
sica u was
isd, soma of
1 he in scorched and blackened by the ex
plosion, ai others . lacerate- beyond
recoguitiou. The quantity of brekau
gabions aud gun carriages here was" ex
1ruordinary;ihe gr .una v-as coveied with
them, The bomb prools , were the Sims
as io .he ' Malakoff, and in one of ibsa
a music book was found iviihe, woman's
name iu it, arid a canary bir 1. and vase
ul flowers were outside the entrance.'
I
. Ratukb did .Hi,. a. Merchant li (
.own near Bdston, had a custoraer.moro
dreaded than desirelTWho" was always
ready to taste early fruitlwithont buj lag
any, eat raisins by Ihe handful,' dip li
10 the sugar barret fur big lumps, an!
lilt his snuff n.ix frm the jar en th
.ouiiler, under pretence of taking
mi h. This ginie got to be iusutTer
a pla. He had a barrel uf choice apple
sauce in his store,, a fact which our
sponge discovered,. who sealed himself
upon it, and when the etorkeeper's eyes
were turned he vv juI I dip into the bar
ret and scoog out ahm'dful al e time ao I
take it dowifata gulfiV Tha Healer had
eeen the vrhoteby meinsof a (ooking
glass whieff-rdei.-d he stores and hti
resolved upon a plan to fix him. .
John,' Mid he to his yjurtg mao. giv
ing him a wink, why didn't Jta f brow
that a pple sauie away?"'
'Without waging forjohu's answer,
the spouge broke in. with,
'Why, whut's the matter with i.T ii'
first rate. 1 think.' 'i
'Ves,' said the store keeper, 'it uas,
but acalacd lour kilteits were drowuei
10 it U1.1 uigltt" v p
The victim looked pale en I oio I
toward the door He felt as if ha (van
an injured man, and silently -vowed not
10 pat-runise that store any moie. . . ;
Where de we stand Now!
A contemporary very focibly remajkj
tiiat loss than one year ago and the Dem
ocratic party were surrounded by th
clouds and sloxmi of disaster. - State
were swept in to the crater of the mid
night order; deserter after deseiier. flei
the sttckti fiiel.l; and more ihanoda
stout heart quailed before the. terriblo
fire of the hidden and treacherous foe.
But the flag of the 'Consrkiiiiou Hostel
proudly av the head 'of the deci'mafe'd
vet dauullesi "Democratic column.
Palietly an i steadily the grounJ .'was
mi'uii lined; gradually onr Ust posiiioo
vas recovered;' and novV we ra occupy
the field in griter itren-i 1 tha'n ever".--lately
ao flus.ted with triumph," anil su
ura of permanent ascendency? "clairluf
lor t postponements! pre"iarjriuns,au.l
in their hoi :iaste 10 escape ihe fire of
the reorganized and consolidated Democ
lacy, a ban Jou the camp equipage, the'w
u.a ks, their pun", ad loHivs, theif imch
1 ue ry of oaths, and the Whole, jtataphst
iTi'TTVrTheir iiiTduight orgies.-
S j c '1 j s. : Ii e sj tiuiiut Iba Deiflocra t i j
partr how a signal. -ierideuce; !pf the
aaward which couijieoseUous edba.'e'nco
lo t, just caurO ihrougli evil, jepprtiku
teiitqueni satire ui'oultie -tcaisaild;
prophesies orttRtss "reeivr-wfMMw-Mi.
ihouahl trt. Dln.)crlClr overthrowii.
itaL-ause 'farntir'isirT hi f YOuli J"3 It'etvl-
cuse for violence, an'! ilemaog.a'l I lea
Trumball Dom.
-I vow M iaslaiu.e,L-.,A,
wurrhusa, 'iZi'&rt 'lii. U
tl! Utiiit: u-ileLgiAe;u.---ft peataa-
received a letter by m'ltt, mei"froat
ids' son JaphValZauasa' Jkefwref SeSi-H
topo; 1 lid jroangjnsn mti3ti9neJ thv
it nis;g-rfwerejektV0,J.
nut that his 'shores were ibe worle , fbt
1 1 r chased a pa.irof tin: -juil a kalfs.
.vas perplexed. 1,410 lh; )eaiU't for
watljuj litem. Kt'last Vtf"Ms"AV-of
"e;.Ti!g(Cil-hn;r,ot aoarieiUea
jia.seU through .iiiBtk-titI)vi;e. He pt
ine addr3ts t5 'ene'of'f'i? Vales aitil
,"fcVh;3.i?'J, ;ffidir wife, -jkue j.
ll thtHrrtinjitibJfciiiijpt
iu4 pal his aH-u'aaJMrVripl84iv.
taair i.c.l-To'ilM mdrahir 2 oJT
. . jar w
iiuy rj;
:urue
e soot to S8A ii il..
i' -rlSa, '' "I .--- '."'"I
ie Ugra pll liVft Xf c uted Ju s 0 ut m saiuf
tiaw lye substi,taliou:iha-, W b,

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