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Mellsbedevary Tuesday ,on Jeffereoa Street JoUet Will Ooaaty, Illinois. 0, & 0. ZARLET J.ll.t Sl(l Kate, t Atftmfet.s; aaaaslBa r Owe eola,lwalTesaot)t Oaa six m Half twelve SU ss OneBqoare.eae fmt, A sax tellaaaorlsMa rear. 1 let tofts k- rkorais QJJ J 0 1 1 "M N A Jo $2 00 . i 26 S60 ttvsar.in advance, h.M lih(n tha rear hot paid witbla tba year nHSrrtPlonifora period less than a year.wlllbe Its? !irVprop to.th..bovealr.t.. KBsberirMoa will discontinued until all arrear M art paid, except at the option ol tha publishers , 4eT"ltsrt matt be pre-paid to i Bsureattentlon . BCIINEII CARDS. ' AVCTIORKKK. T IL MAPP8, announcn to the public that he bae Xl taken oot lice, and offcrs hi services ae ano tinurvr, and will attend mica far that purpose in tbit city and County, if required, Chart; moderate Orders promptly attended tu Poetoffice addreaa. Joliet. 33-ly pv H. P1NKKY, Attorney at Law. Oflic In Bmh'a 1. Hlnck oppuaita National llutl, Jolit-t. Illinois Particular atti-ntlno alvn to the procuring ot I'm lone, liaik l', Motility Mutit-y and all war clnius. U. K. HARW0OD, will hereafter itlve his nndr aiiied attention to tha practice of hie prnfeseion. Otrtca on Jetleraunt et, over CajrwhVs Crockery ore. Heaiilenee oppoaite the Baptist Church. WM. C. 000DHUB, Attorney and Counaelor at Law. OIBce on Jeffereon St., (oTor Mra. Kava- aatt's Mllliuery Store.) Joliet, Illinois. nOtf sr"N R. THOMAS. M. D.. Phvalclan and Snrneon JT offers bia professional services to tbecitizensof Sonet sad vicinity, umot no. ll jmrra ii., omr H. Blackmail ' Droit Store, oppoaite tha Court Hooae, ftmiileuce on Jeiraraun at. corner ol Bastren r Tense, lrf) " - - - . Joliet, Illinois. TT "W.'BTK'VlJXB, Attorney ana" Counaelor at yy , Law, and Ueneral Land and Collecting agent, tollections promptly remitted. Orrtos la llaaley's new Blook, Jollet.IU. R AND ALL FULLRR, ATTORN KY 8 AT LAW Joliet.IUInoia. nl7t f cROBBKTS A SOODSPBHD, Attorney and Conn AAsellors at Law, JoUet, Illinois. OBlce in Stone's Qluok. j. MCftoanrrs eoonsra. I)AkK8 A KLWOOD, Attorneys Counselors, Joliet, Will Oionty, llliuola. OOlre, North aide of the pub lic square, Jeflorsun St. a. d. a. uses. . nwoop. iTlLISHAO. FELLOWS, Attorney and Counaelor at i Law and Solicitor and Counselor in Chancery, will teirularly attend the Court! In the coantlea of Will, Da. '.', Kendall, McHenry, Ornndyand Ironuofe. Office wer E. M. Bray's Drngg Store, JeffersoD-et., Joliet, III.' J AMES FLKTCHKR, Attorney at Law. Middlnport I Irnitnis eouuty, Illinois. - A. WASHINGTON, Attorney and Counselor atlnw ' will attend faithfully to all bosiuese entrnsted to ik cure, iu tbis and the neighboring counties Mibllepnrt,lroquoM county, lllinoia, J I SNAPP, Attorney ud Counselor at Law. Joliet, 1 1 M ill County, Illinois. JACOB A. WIIITKMAN, Attorney and Counselor at law and S ilicitor iu Otiancery Middleport, Iroquois onnty, lllinoia. JII.RKKCK, Oermau Kclectlc Doctor and Oculist . om -e on liluff st West side, where he may be onn.l at all times ready and willing to watt upon the tit le mid afflicted. He would Inst say to those that are Hicted with Diseases of the Eye, that he devotes the Youoon of each day to mat branch afhls profession. Dlt. A. B. MKAD, baa removed bia Office over K. M. Bray's Druicg Store, on Jefferson St., where persons disposed to employ him can always find him when not frofeesioiially absent. I I lil.prnfMwionalservices to the cltixens of Jolletand icinity. Omce in the Omnibus Block, directly over Mr. . ondrufT s Drug store . Residence Ottawa st . ir 4.UKATU, Police Jlaitistrate, and Justice o V :lie l"eace, Oilice on corner of Jefferson A Clii- .( Mteets, Juliet, 111. it ill at-ndpiomptly toall bnsinesa Intrnstrd to lirs u -. o li":lifii;, paying taxes,-couveyancin5, and all ii-i 1-u i.iti-s pertaining to liis office. ( VII. i:. i'K.V Tu.N UUltSON, Minooka. Urundy Co iiuois. (juno'id i J. COKU1N, II. D, Plaiufieid, Will Count illiuuls. E. ATorwadlng I. DUBOIS, k Conainleslem MercUaat, WtLMisaToii. III. LIBERAL advance nad to Karmers, who prefer to ship-tbeirgrain te their friends iu Chicago, or St. Louia. uW-lj A. COM STOCK Cirrt rvatvsua avd DKHCTvo?nNDT sun VKVOR. Maps and Plais draws to order. jOISce in the Court House. eclC n27 MRS.ilARRlET KILLMKR, Female Physician, of fers her professional services to her own sex. In Obstetrics, and the deseases iuaideut to women and cl.il Iran. She will also attend professional calla generally f&Mideucem BastJoliet. DENT 1ST 11 Y. Das. ALLKN A 8ALTER, permanently located in JoUet, is prepared to perioral It't'T operations in the profession, In the niii latest ana most approved stylo. Am tVlal Jobs from a single Tooth toa full sett, inserted on li Atmnsphortc principle. Teeth Extracted without oain. lirrios ou JegersesSt., in ilawley'a Sew Bnlldiug CIIAS. . KLULLU, - CiKNT roll XUK UNITED STATEb AND AMKll .ican lixpress Companies, will forwanl Freight am: ;inaOles to ail points of the country. Notes, limits f.nd Uillscollscted, and proceeds returusd promptly Jiliut,July 13,lhii3 n4it W . G . THOMPSON, ARCHITECT AND Bl'ILDU, "ITTILL furnish Plans and SpecrSrarUews, and take vv contracta for, or superintend the erection of Churches, School iiouses, Public Buildiugsaitd Dwoll rngs ctliop and Office on Chicago Street, Bear C A. A St. L. U R. Depot. n33-tf Joliet Marble Works, (UAJtLES E. .UUNQER.Manufactareranddealer 1 y wary variety of a VRBLK MO.SUMKMTS.TOUB STONES . FUR N1TURE, AC, AC. ear the Rock Island Depot, Joliet. Illinois. Order om aliroadrospectfnlly solicited DENTISTRY Dr. r. B. CHOC II RANK rOULD respeetfally iniform the inhabitants -oliet and vicinity, that after an absence of owe years, haa returned to Joliet for the purpose of suaaiiifc it nis lutore nome, and anopta tots metbod to to form his friends and the public, that he has take the rooms formerly occupied by Carpenter A Pierce, OVER BROWN'S DRUG 8T0RE, where be will be pleased to see all who nay need nT class Dbhtu. OrrsEATtoas. Those who may employ him may be aasnred that all oppsrationa will be performed in neat, trusty and (aiUyfuli mannmr. Nov. 80, 1881. B24 tl JOLIET CITY BANK?" F. L. CAGWIN, BANKER, JOLIET, ILUNOIS. X&r Office Opposite 'tlie Tost Office.- RECEIVES Depositee. I nys lold and 8ilvr, and nncurreut Money, Bnys and Sells Domestic and FOREIGN EXCHANGE, and sells PASSAGE TICKETS from Europe aoa e Contiosnt by Steamer and the famous BLA.CK STAR LINE, Hakes collections In parts of the United States, Canadas and Europe. aXaTNegotiates loans on Heal Estate, an for the sale and pnrcnase 01 me same. Joliet, March 24, IM3. nAl-tf 8U0W RESPECT TO THE DEAD. CITY MARBLE FACTORY. LKNNON KISS, Manufacturers In every variety of tlarblo Moamuaaists, Head Stones, ate. Jefferson Street, north of County Jail, JOL1KT, : ILLINOIS All work warranted to - entire satisfaction, and nricos to suit the times. Orders sent by mail will aeive prompt attention. (n3-iy) PAINTIXG AND PAPERING. rim K attiaana of Joliet and vieiuity are rasneetively 1 informed, that we the subscribers coatiuaa the Painting bnaineea in an its orancnea. HUOP ON JOLIET ST. (opposite the Joliet House.) Joliet.S.Dt.20.1868 nUt JOLIET IIOOKBIIVDJRY. rpHE nndertlgned will bind all kinds af Books, is JL any dealred style. Jobs will be neatly executed and warranted. Prices moderate. ... M Wtf. 8TAKIILE, Bookbinder. Bluff Street, (one door north of the Gas Works,) eb 17,1863. Joliet, Illinois- 20 StV8 MICHIGAN FLOUR (Buchanan Mills) White Wheat, at less ttuin the Market price. At 46 Burr 8r STRATBur5'0 Reward, a larMiV? March last, Also, i Ur.rfV seven yesrs old. eriber, " Ik br either by the sab Joliet, July U, BILARPE. BY C. & C. ZARLEY. 8PECTJLATIRO IN BLOOD. Another battle fought and gained I Another victory wool Another field with ciimaon stained, Beneath a Bouthern sun I Ten thousand men lie there asleep, To waken ne'er agaiu; And thrice ten thousand mourners weep In anguish for the slain. tother, ynnr brave yonng son is there, The boyish form lies low; The breeze that lifts his curling hair And sweeps his rbeek of suow. Cannot from its immortal home. Recall the spirit fled; Mother, yonr dearest hope is flown, Tonr son la with the dead. And there, 0 weeping, stricken wife, That face you know too well; Swept down before the storm of strife, Tour trust, yonr refuge fell. Tonr children orphans yon their all A widow, aud alone; OBotl how earthly Idols taTi r - TIow are they thickly strewn. Bister, your proud, bright brother lies In ghastly silence there, 'With shsdows in his joyous eyes, And chillness in the air. That breathes above his wounded breast Wounded that fatal day And on the lips yonr lips have pressed, The signet of decay. Maiden, yon wait, and wateh, In Tain, For one who may not come; Go seek npon the battle plain The long, long absent one. That mark upon his forehead white, Tells bow the warrior fell. Shot dead 1 the woids bring sorrow's blight, Where hope hat1 loved to dwelt But yet, thongh human hearts weep blood, For father, brother, eon. Though anguish rises like a flood, Tlie carnage must toon. The rich must fll I their coffers deep, Again and yet again, Tb ough twice ten thonsand corpses sleep On mauy a southern plain. . When these who rule onr rnlers, call, A battle must be fought; Stocks must go up, ttough soldiers fall, What are) their sufferings f Naught Nanght weighs against the greed of grain, When once it fires the soul, It sears the heart, aud o'er the brain 11 olds absolute control. 0 fiends! who talk of liberty, And take her uame in vain, To cloak yonr black iniquity, And fleeting wealth to gain, liow many lives yousaerihcel Uowmany aud ahat for? What for I that stocks may higher rise, And you grow rich by war. The spoils your guilty hsnds now hold, Are red with murder's glow; Their price is paid a thousand fold, In blood, aud trsrs, and woe, Aad though your foreheads may not wear The outward srgn of shame, Before the Infinite you bear The cursed maik of Cain. Its not for mortals to predict The pnuishment of those Who on Cae human race inflict Such countless, cureless woes. Almighty God, and lie alone, l our guilt can comprehend; And eudieas Justice will itsown Stern retribution send. TUE BASUFCL. LOVER. Julia Watson wae nt only a beautiful girl, with dark blown bair that would curl iu spite of a omb and brash, bright flashs iog eyes that bad concealed io their depths a world uimiexhiet, aoa iiluojp, cberry lips that seemed mxde fur temvtatiuD but ulie waii the only cbiM l a wealtbv farm er i; cHul)inatitr) of charms which lire 1 ii'tti Iiiiif:."!. even in tins country. Stic was :h ' ait of tr! K.ilUnia fur and near, n;a"V wti.ini had uaJe dropernle fflirt io s-i-.oure the pnee, but j far in aio. fe'.r.'.iijje to say ol uiie of her situali in it is utfierent Iruui our unutl observation she was neither tinijrtity imr cnquetiiNh ; she wore o fclinJj ni cool dinuain to repil approach, nor did she invite the attention of suitors, only to triumph in their rejec tion. She was fond of fuo and frolic, full of such innocent mischief's as are merely provocative of good humored gaiety but gh-e never trifled witb honest affection, Ller unsuccessful admirers, witb a single exception, were ever warmest in ber praise, a tribute to ber ubaracter worth Tolumes of panegyric The exception was a dandyish fortune hunter, who was wil hoe to take the charming girl as an en cumbrance upon ber father's broad acre, and who fancied teat the wordy cloud of inornae be poured at ber feet would bide bis selfish design ; his discomfiture, when be saw tkat this disguise was penetrated, vented itself in a volley of abuse which served only to make its author more ridio- ulous. Julia waa two years beyond ber teens, and still bloomed, an unpluoked flower, in ber father's dwelling. In answer to all raillery on the subject, she declared ber intention of clinging to that respectable sisterhood yclept old maids ; and the an nouncement was of course always received witb a smile of incredulity There lived in the neighborhood, a young farmer whose parents were both dead, and who kept open the paternal mansion, thro' the assistance of an antiquated colored do mestic, an heirloom in the family. After receiving in bis boyhood all the polish wbiob oould be bestowed upou a rising ge nius in the village school, be bad gone to studying nature in tbe fields; in other words, bis active youth bad been passed in the cultivation of tbe soil, and be at tained a sturdy manhood, a noble speci men of what industry, self-relianoe, hon esty towards men, and reverence towards God, oan produee out of our fallen human ity. His face was embrowned by many a harvest son, but it still wore that genial smile so attractive to children, which no bvDocrisv can imitate. Ilia band was bard, but it waa ever open to the poor dea olate stranger, and tbe afflicted neighbor who aought his grasp loved its very rough ness, and it was such a strong band to cling to. William Farringtoo had reached bis twenty fifth vear. and was still unmarried Many an aspiring damsel bad set 'bercep' but be relusPd to be caught ; at last, Dy tbe given common consent of all tbe gos aips of tbe place, be bad been seleoted as a suitable bridegroom for our heroine. Had bia kind friends, who thus voted bioa a bride, known bow ardently be loved tbe ohjeot of tbeir choioe, tbey would nave wondered still more at bis prolonged bach elorsbip Tbe futb was, William could not summon sufficient courage toJeclare bia love. Although he bad no ekill io tbe sousnea small talk of modern drawing- rooms, he oould still appear io society to very cooa advantage, save in eomnanv with tbe girl be loved. Then bia preaeooe of minu always lorsooa Dim ; bis strikingly handsome figure became by bia carriage rude and clumsy ; his two bands seemed one too many, and bis tongue lost tbe pow er oi utterance. Julia was not insensible to the attach ment sbe bad iuspired, nor to tbe dtfiider.ee wbiob stood 1 tbe way of ita declaration Throoeb all tbe granite, aha bad the good aense to diaeover tbe heart of gold ; but a certain maidenly modesty prevented ber from making any advances to remove tbe difficulty. Besides, there waa plenty of time, and she still bad faitb in ber father's oft-qooted maxim, 'wherever there's a will there's a way.' William, on bis part, re ado many des perate resolves, but tbey faded npon trial, lie assayed writing, but he could not get the secret of his heart even to paper, and never got beyond a few broken senteoces. Often after the labors of the day were over bad he gone to seek an interview, but bis courage always failed him at the last mo ment, and he would hs-tily retrace his steps, or, if discovered by tbe family, feign some other errand. At length he rssulved to test bis oourage by daylight, and accordingly at tbe close of a fine after noon he found himself at the door, lie lifted tbe knocker (bis heart meanwhile pounding a series of knocks against his waistooat). and left it to tall lightly ot the braien ball. It was immodest appeal for J admission, but to bim it, seemed, louder thn a church bell, and be would have run away had he not beard approaching foot steps. Julia herself came to admit him, and tbe slight blush upon ber cheek as abe enoountered tbe unexpected visitor rendered ber doubly charming in his eyes. 'Good afternoon, Mr. Farrington,' said sbe, in the usual style of New England greeting for that boor of tbe day ;'will you walk in T' 'Very well, I tbank you,' in answer to an imaginary question, for in bis confu sion be bad not understood a word she bad uttered, and followed ber into tbe bouse. lie took a seat upon tbe settee, and at tempted some preliminary conversation, bnt tb'e words clung to bis heart like a book io the mouth ot a fish, and be delivered them gaspingly. 'M'ss Jul- hem Mieg Watson may I 8-a is your lather at borne T He knew this was an inglorious conclu sion for such a spasmodic effjrt, but be seised upon it as a drowning man would catch at a straw. 'No !' be said witb staitled energy tben frightened at bis impetuusity, added, 'that is I would hope be is well.' It was evident be was not getting on. and be came to a dead bait. She saw that he bad some communication of importance to make, and ber heart whispered tbe se cret in advance ; inelead therefore of com ing to bis relief by turning tbe conversa tion into another channel, sbe lelt bim to flounder among tbe breakers. lie tried to think of one of tbe many speeches be had conntd jT the occasion, but tbey were all mixed up in his memory, a mass of tangled words, and ho could not catch tbe end of the ekein. His color came and went, vary ing almost witb each breath, and the mo ment of silence which ensued seemed to bim an sge of suffering. G: owing desper ate, he began again : Mtss Watson I have called to say to ask to decl .re io short, to te.l you bow much Hove you 1' Tbe eff irt was too mocb, and the strong man who would bave sat under tbe surgeon's knife without blanching, fainted outright, aud eank down upon the cushions 1 Julia bud watched his varying bues, but bad not auticipated tbis sudden catastro phe. Witb admirable presenoe of mind she ran to tbe mantle, where upon a nar row fhelf bad stood, from time immorial, a b.itile of camphor spirits. Now it bappered that farmer Wataon, like many other bard working men, whote smews have been over-strained, was troubled witb a rheumatic shoulder, hnd bad procured a bottle of liniment to be used as a mollifying ambrocation. Tbis buttle bad for tbe moment usurped the place cf the aromatic solution, and was mistaken for it on this occasion. Witb ber eyes fixed upon tbe pallid face of her lover, tbe frigbteoed girl hastily drew the cork frm the bottle, and poured some of tte liquid into her hand, aad spread it on his foteliend. Whether it was the fragrant compound, or the tl rilliog t ucli i f tbe tremulous hen'J, which brought the young man to c n-iciouHPenH, I vaunut tell, but be inime dia'ely revised, The worlJ may lauch ns it will at eucb timidity, but 1 am sure the eensi le girl, now many years a happy wife, would not bave exchanged tbe purity and freshness of tbe heart thus laid at her feet, for all .te , . ine ease 01 a uaexneyea lover, won can discourse el rquently of a passion, witb tbe fluency of one who bait nothing to stake. 'Do tell roe,' said a city visitor to her on one ucoacion,' 'if tbe report was true that your husband fainted away wben be made his declaration.' 'Yes,' she replied, with a quiet smile, 'I believe I must oonfirm the story, and I have a fancy.' she added, thoughtfully, that timidity in a lover is generally a eien of innocenoe ; and 1 cannot help thinking tnat when a man is nuent iu love making. either bis heart is not io it, or be bas had too much experience in tbe art.' AtTeclsosr Anecdote. On one of tbe many bridges io Ghent staDi two brasen imagseof father and eon who obtained distinguished mark of tbe admiration of their fellow-citisens by the loiiowing inciueni : B itb father and son were for some of fence against the State, condemned to die. Some favorable circumstances appearing on tbe side of tbe son, be was granted a remission uf bis sentence under certain provisions ; in short, he was offered a par don on tbe oruel and barbarous condition that he would become the executioner of bis father. lie at first absolutely refused to preserve bis life by means so fatal and detestable. This is not to be wondered at ; for lot us hope for the honor of our nature, that there are very few eons who would net bave spurted a life os horrible and unnat oral. Tbe son, though long inflexible, yield ed at length to the entreaties of a fe nd father, who represented to bim that hli (tbe father') lifewas forfeiied.and it vroul 1 be tbe greatest possible csnaolatiou for bim to know that he was the instrument of bis son's preservation. The youth coneonted t adopt tbe horri ble means of recoving bis lite and liberty ; he lifted the axe but, as it was ab.mt to tali, bia arm sunk. Had be a mat lives as bairs, he would yield them all, one alter aootner, rattier tnan again conceive, much less perpetrate suoh an act. Life, liberty, everything vanished before the dearer interest of filial arleotion ; be fell npon bis father s neck and embrtoing bim triumphantly exclaimed, 'My father, my father, we die together ' and called for another executioner to folfill tbe aeotenoe of tbe uw. Hard most tbe beart be bereft of every aensatioa of humanity which eoald stand insensible spectators uf tbe scene. A aud den appeal of involuntary applause mingled with groan and eigbs rent tba air. Tbe exeoutieo waa suspended ; and on a simple report of tbe transaction to tbe authorities botb were pardoned. High rewards and honors were cenferred upon tbe aon ; and finally tboee two admirable image were raised, to commemorate a transaction . so honorable to boman nature. A oountry youth, who had returned from the eity, was asked by his anxious father if he bad been guarded in hie eooduet while there. 'Ob, yet,' was tbe reply, '1 was guarded by two polieeemeo part of the time.' JOLIET, ILLINOIS, SEPTEMBER 6. 18C4. MELTED, 'Love bim T Of course not 1 Marry him t I ehould just as soon think of mar rying the king of tbe Cannibal Islands or any other grand seignior. No, my dear Dora Dean, your friend St. George End low (I wonder where be got bia uaniet) hasn't any designs on me, nor I on bim. 'Fie, Gonstanoe, to eall St George End low king of the Cannibal Islands I He's the very handsomest man of my acquain tance ' 'Precisely, and of mine an exquisite of the first water- the prince ot dan dies.' 'lie's not a dandy, Constance. I doo't believe yon think so, either. St, George a dandy 1 He can't help being handsome any more than Constance Sutherland ean. But dandy 1 You'll find he la not that. Mies Coastanee.' Shall IT Idou bt iu lWo fnterestt ; ..be a.w ea in tbe matter rnj-auie a handsome man yet that wasn't a dandy in his very Tie art a core.' 'Poor Endlow 1 I eee it is all over witb bim 60 far as yon are concerned. You're a very prejudjoed personage, Constance Sutherland.' Dora Dean whirled away in a waits on somebody's arm, and Constance Suther land remained, balf bidden by the dropped curtains of tbe window at which sbe sat. 'Proud, nnapproaobable and peerless 1' was what tbe world said of Com-taoce, queen in right of her beauty of all tbe gay circles wbicb sbe frequented ; but a some what scornlul queen since she seemed ot terly careless of the homage she received, and rarely melted enough from ber bateur to be conversational, exoept witb a select few. A beautiful proud girl, mora preju diced and vain than sbe suspected herself, o great deal; but a womao with a beart and an intellect, a woman worth winning, a woman who ocly needed melting to make ber balf divine, it boman creatures can be so, aud in love's veoabulary tbe possibility is certainly much talked of. Just outsiae the window at which Con stauce sat, and bidden from ber view by an immense flowering abrub that stood there, eat during tbe whole of tbe preced ing conversation, St. George Eodlow Accident bad placed bim there at fir-t, and a very natural feeling bad made bim shrink from changing bis position aftei ward, leet Constance should eee bim and know tbat be bad beard her ungracious comments upon himself Besides, be said to himself, bitterly, being a dandy, be bad a right to know it, even nndsr such ques tionable circumstances as tbeee. He was sitting there stil', unable to quit bis poet for fear of Constance seeing bim, wben a gentleman, Constance's brother, joined her, and be bad tbe pleasure of bearing himself under discussion again, somewhat to this effect : Mr. Endlow turned soldier it mast be a mistake 1' exclaimed Constance ; depend npon it, you are misinformed, each pretty men as be is are not likely to riek spoiling tbeir beauty by exposure to bayonet or cannon ball.' Constance's brother rose very soon and left ber, balf angry, balf laughing at ber prejudice against 'Endlow.' St. George sat a moment, tbe bot blood rising to bis very temples. If it bad been a man who bad spoken thus of bim, be would bave known bow to answer him io a manner to seal bis lips for ever alter on that subject. Being a woman, and tbat woman Con stance Sutherland, he rose presently, and paseing from tbe shadow of tbe shrub, stood before ber, bis splen lid eves making vain endeavors to subdue tbeir flash as be said ; 'If Mis Constance will permit me I sboulJ like to tbank ber for ber magnani mous expression of herself concerning one whom sbe supposed not present and there fore unable to defend himself.' C nstaoce rose vivid color flooding ber uHually tranquil face. Sbe bluxbed with shame to tbe very tips of ber delicate fin gera, and stood too confused to retort even a reproach for tbe part be bad played of listoer. Never bad she looked so beauti ful in tne eyes of St. George ; but be only compressed bis lip-:, and was turning on bie- beel when sho lifted ber band witb a gesture half baugbty. balf appealing, say ing, in a low voice, 'I beg your pard.m. sir. Nothing could justify the language I bave used concern ing you.' lie did not speak at once or touch the band she extended to bim. But presently be took it in hi band and held it witb a vicelike presure, saying in a rapid under tone. 'Give me a cbanoe to po-eess tbis band, to deeerve it as mucb as man can, and I-' 'Tbat were impoFsible,' rotorted Coo stance, instantly growing white and stand ing haughtily erect. 'Which to possess or deserve?' ques tioned St. George, calm again. 'Either.' And sbe vanished from tbe window. Pity aboot St. George Endlow, isn't it. Con V said yoong Sutherland, lounging in his sister's sitting room one morning some months after. 'Ob, I forgot, you never liked bim Splendid fellow, though. En listed as a private, fought bis way op, and died at tbe bead of tbe brave boys be was leading.' Died 1' It was all Contancs Sutherland's lips could utter ;and tben, with ber band upon ber side, she went slowly out of the room up to ber chamber, and shut herself in. Later io the day D.ira Dean came. Sbe could not get admittance to Constance, but sbe called to ber from tbe outside. Sbe meant it he a jert ; sbe was a thoughtless girl. They say St George Endlow is badly wounded. Hadn't you better go down and nurae bim, Constance?' The door swung open, and Constance stood upon tbe threshold saying, 'wound ed ? Fred said dead.' Ob 1 1 believe tbat was the first report , out it is contradicted.' Dora said, light- The next train took Constance Sutber land toward tb battle-field. 1 doubt if ene anew beraelf, till tbat rumor of bis death came, tbat she loved St. George She found bim. It was long enough nrst an agony of suspense and there was a irichtful eaah mmh ik i.-nt wbite forehead that " T wa w ease u u VI vn bad been 'too band' some.' lie needed her long before sbe reached mm, no ia not know ber wben sbe came. But be lived to owe bie life to her care j to love ber with a fond tenderness iobi .nine oia distance he bad never dreamed of; and to receive at last from ber trembling tip the acknowledgment u u, waa uui so oer tnan all tbe world oesiaes. BtAZxif InrcBBNCi. Can that man ii t-. ir - t . . . nasi uiuibbu m umon mao wnu IB in lavor of tba Union only on condition tbat certain at ate abandon slavery? Yet aucb is exactly the poeition of Lio oolo aod all bn followers, aod tbey bave tbe unparalled impudence to call them selves tbe unconditional "Union party 1" xneir name is a palpable lie on iu face. Do you .favor high Lincoln,. taxes ? Vote for 4 ', ' A Leiion to Parents. I had been married fifteen veers Three beautiful daughters enlivened tbe domestic neartD, tne youngest of whom waa in bar eighth year. A more happy and content ed household Wa no where tn ha rnnr.il My wife wa amiable, intelligent and ooo- wuibu. were not wealthy, bot Provi. dsnce had preserved ne from want; ant we bad learned tbat "contentment without wealth ia better than wealth without con-ter-nhsot" IVW.M "J "torn, when returning home at Light, to drop into one of tb many ebopa tbat are constantly open in tbe business streets of tbe metropolis, aod pur chase some trifling dainties, such as fruit ot confeotiocery, to present to the mother and children. I need not lay bow de lighted the little one were at tbie (light csprciBiou or paternal consideration. Un ? occasion I bad purchased oojeremark . fter tbe repast, balf a "doien wore left untouched, and my thrifty companion forthwith removed them toa place of de posit, where it wa ber ccstom to preserve nicknack. A day or two after, when 1 bad seated myself at tbe table to dine, abe aald to me, smilingly So, father ba found the way to my eafety-box, bas he?' 1 was at a loss to understand the mean ing, and desired ber to explain. 'Have yen not been in my drawer?' What drawer? 'Tbe upper-drawer io my cbarrber bu reau. Did you not take therefrom tbe largest of the pippins I bad pot away for tbe girls?' 3 No-Idid not!' 'You have not ?' N 1 1 1 I have not seen an apple since tbe evening I purchased tbem.' A slight cloud passed over tbe cnons tenance of my wife. She was troubled The lose of tbe apple was io itself nothing; but we bad carefully instructed our child ren not to appropriate to their us, any ar ticle whatever of family consumption, without permission. Wnen the demand was at all reasonable, it bad never been denied tbem, aod she wa shocked at tbe offence. We had a servant girl in tbe family, but as ebe was supposed to know nothing of tbe apples, my wif hesitated to charge it upon ber. Sbe at length Dross toe silence oy saying: V e must examine tbe affair. I can hardly think one of tbe children would so aot. If ws find tbem guilty, we must re prove tbem. Will you please look into it? Atie girie were ee; arately oalied into my presence; tbe eldest first. Elua, did you take from mother draw er an apple ?' o. sir ' Maria, did yon take from voor mother's drawer an apple?' a . -a 9 iso, sir.' Mary, did you take from vour mother's drawer an apple i o, ir.' It must bsv been taken by tbe ser vant; call ber to me eaid I, addressing my wife. Well, how came tou to take from the era wer of your mistress, without rermi eion, tbe largest of tb apple ebe bad place merer 'Wot apples ?' 'Did you not take an apple from tbe drawer ot your mistress? No. ea.' Now it is evident that falsehood existed somewhere Could it be tbat t ne of my children hnd told me a lie? The thought barrassed me. I was not able to attend to business. I went to the store but soon re turned again. Meanwhile, tbe servant- girl bad communicated to ber mistress tbat sbe bad seen our youngest go into tbe gar ret witb a large apple tbe morning before. On examination, the core, and several pieces of tbe rind were found upon tbe floor. I agaio called Mary to me, and said to ber affectionately: Mary, my daughter, did you go into tbe garret yesterday ? Yes, sir.' Did you go there witb an apple?' No, sir ' Did you notice anything on the floor?' No, eir.' '1 wa unwilling to believe my tweet child capable of telling me a falnebood; but appearances were against ber. Tbe fault lay between ber and tbe servant, and wbil 1 waa desirous to acquit my child, I did not wish to accuse unjust tbe negro. I therefore took Mary iuto a room alone. I spoke to ber. uf tbe enormity of lying of the necessity of telling tbe truth of tbe severe punishment I ebnald be com pelled to inflict upon ber, if sbe did not o mfees tbe whole to me, and witb tears in my eyes urged ber to say tbat sbe bad done it, if indeed sbe bad. Gradually, I became convinced of ber guilr; and now I felt determined she should confess it. My threatenings were not without effect. Af ter weeping and protesting ber innocenoe, and weeping and again protesting, my threatening seemed to alarm ber and fall ing upon ber knees, abe said, 'father, I did tak tb apple.' Never shall I forget tbat moment. My child confessed ehe waa a liar, in my pres ence I Suppressing my emotion, I retired; and Mary, rising from her position, ran to ber mother aod in a paroxysm of grief, cried out: 'Mother, I did not take tbe apple. But father has mad me confess tbat I did.' Here wa a new aspect of affair. Lie multiplied upon lie. Could it be possible 1 My dear Mary, wbo had never beeo known to deceive us so affeolionate so gentle so truthful in all the past could it be possible tbat ehe was a confirmed liar I Necessity was stronger than the tender net of tbe father. I chastised ber for tbe firt time in my life severely chastised brl It almost broke ber beart and I may add that it almost broke mine also. Yet, Mary was innocent I Afterevents proved that the negro was the tuief. Sbe bad conjured up the story of tbe garret, knowing tbat Mary would not deny having been there, aod, to make tbe circumstances stronger against ber, had strewn apple- rince on tbe fljor. I never think of tbe eveot without tear. But it baa taogbt me a useful leeton, and tbat ia never to threaten a child into a lie, wben it may be it ia telling tbe truth. Tbe only lie I ever knew Alary to tell me, I myself forced up on ber by threatening. It has also fixed in my mind tbe determination to employ no servant in my family, wben 1 can possibly ao witnaut. Tbe RuiluT PaasloB. Mrs. Crocodile is an absent-minded lady. She bought a new bonnet not long since, and tbe first time ebe wore it, sb thought very one would notioe it, of course. Present! sbe mbt Mrs. Simpkios, wbo stopped ber witb a Good-moroing, Mr Crocodile.' J bought it only a few waeks ago ?' ' 'How is your family ?' "One hundred dollar.' Airs. a. preccived tbat tb mind ol Mrs, C. wa on ber bonnet, and taied ber ooe mora. Anything new, Mr. Crocodil V xe. tbe leather i . new, too a new bonnet altogetber.' And so they parted. Large lieansc i accorded to beauiy xtverj womao ean be saucy if sne please. bui not ii sue aiepieasea. A Sick Brother. Some years ago, when Diggee was a worse man than be is now, be and his friend Bob were sauntering down Wash ington Street, wbeo Digge bowed to a respectable looking mac, aod tbe bow was returned. 'Who was tbat ?' asked Bob, wits a stare of wonder 'Don't know hie name ; he belongs to my lodge ; very clever fellow,' answered Digges. 'Your lodge !' Bob eohoed. 'You're an Odd Fellow, than ?' Ye.' 'And a Son of Temptranoe ?' Ye.. And a Good Templar ?" 'Ye..' A Knight?' , . Ye ' ' Bob'e fao grew radiant '-Arayotar-rfu paid jvf Ye ; why do you atk ?' exclaimed Dig get, mucb attonitbed at tb sudden delight oi ni iriena. 'How much do these societies give a weak to a sick brother?' Some tbree dollar and some four dol lars a week.' 'And what proof do they require of bie sickness ?' 'The certificate of a respeotable pbyti. cian,' answered Digget. A short pause ensued. B ib seemed to be literally running over v. itb a supera bundance of delight. 'Aod witb these facta before you, mi guided Digges, you bave perished in tba enjoyment of good health ?' It should be stated that neither bad a dime io his pooket. Never waa aick a week in my life only io my pocket.' Without another word. Bob took tbe arm of Diggea wilbin bis own, and led bim into a neighboring oyster cellar. Seated witbin tbe box, be closed the cur tains, and said, in a tone of deep feel ing Digges, you really ooght to take car of yourself. You now exhibit all tbe pre monitory symptoms of a billious at tack ' 'Eh ? What do you say ?' cried Digges, jumping from bis cbair. 'Your skin is sallow, your tongue furred and your ee feverish.' 'Is tbat so, Bob?' 'Certainly. In an hour, my friend, you will be in bed with a raging fever. To night you will be delirious. To-morrow you will not be expected to live, aod next week ' 'Next week?' echoed Digges, becoming really pale. 'Next week,' resumed Bob are you lis teniDg i arsw at least twelve dollars from tbe societies. I will sign your certificate. A you will be eick a great many weeks, you will continue to draw twelve dollars per week for a considerable time. Digges, a pity you i you ioox oaa At these words tbe countenance of Digges became overspread witb a mild reeignstinn. lie extended bis band. He elutcbed Bob'e witb a hearty grasp. 'It's a great deal of sickness to look for ward to, but I'm eonteot. You see I am resigned. You see I am. By-the-bye.Bob. I don't feel well, S'pose you go borne witb me, and pot me to bed ?' 'With pleasure, Digges.' It was quite touching to 6ee bow Bob went home and put bim to bed. l or twelve weeks Bob watched night and day by the hedaide. Every one remarked hi devotion Tbe C'mmitteea of the various societies wbo came with the 'weekly bene fit' for tb eick brother, were delighted witb Bib. Tbey spoke of tbe devotiun of tbe young physician to tbeir sick brother in all tbe tadees 'Sit down, my friends,' Bob wcold re mark, in a subdued voice, wben tbe com mittee appeared ; 'our poor friend faile fat. He bas been delirious all night. Speak low the least noise disturbs bim.' And tben tbe committee wonld sit down o tbat darkened room, io tbe foarth storv of a boarding bouse, add gase through tbe glcom upon tbe form of poor Diggee wno waa stretcnea upon bis bed, his cadaverous face appearing above tbe dze of the caw. erlid. After a few moments tbey leave, first plaoing in the band of Bob the earn due tbeir sick brother. And after the committee had left and gone down stairs, roo woaia give oroer tbat tbe patient bould not be disturbed. He would tben lock tbe door. He would then approach . . , , . I, .. . me ueu, sou aaoresa nis patttot Diggea, my boy, will you take your tod bot or cold ?' To which tbe patient, flinging off tbe bed-clothes, and jumping out of bed.would respond I'll take it bot. Bob 1' We wish we could state tbat Bob and Digges refunded tbe money wbiob tbey swindled out of tbe societies, but we fear that truth would not warrant tbe asser tion. KoJoke os tbe Joker. Be it solemn orcomiQ amid tb blan dishments ol Washington Loddyiem, or on tb field of blood exerythiog seem to reimnd oorPreeident of a little joke. Doe he oall for balf a million of men to lay down tbeir live at hi bidding, it i to bim a Isttle joke. Does he, by hi arbitrary aod tyrannical win, naicn iroro tbe oceom of bis family a oitizen wbo dare to speak for tbe Constitu tion ot hi country, st is a little joke. Does be sign tbe death warrant for a poor impulsive Irishman and reprive a bur ly negro guilty of tbe some offence, it is only a little joke. Does be marshal bia armies sgaicst tbe foe and contribute to tbe death of thous ands io a day, wbo peace might be ce oored on honorable terms, it is only a little joke. But all these jokes are to be remembered against tbe perpetrator. It will be no joke to bim wbeo tbat balf a million of men 2lled uoecessarily from tbeir borne to meet dea'h on tbe battle field shall arise in judgment against bim. It will be ne joke when tbe bereaved wile and orphans shall call in toae tbat mast be heeded for tbe husband and father taken from tbem in defiance of law. It will be no juke wbeo tbat grand review ball take place and 'judgement ahall be laid to tbe line and justice to tbe plum met.' There will ba nothing there to re mind the joker of a little joke, aod tbat day will come. Arlemua Ward esritea tn thi Pn.l ik.i he i tired of answering the question a to : T, r i v . uuw many wives orignam XOUOgoas. Lie says tbat all he knows about it is tbat be one day used up the multiplication table in eoantinir tha lonir atnekinsa nn ln,t,. line in Brigb.m' back yard, and went off vciing wiaay. Never listen to ao infamous story band ed you by a person who is known t b at enemy to the person be i defatcisg. Good men bave tbe baa nut une wbo fear ba a thousand who one. levtrsi tears, ue to do wn bi Ue I . r bas overcome tbat If youth is a blonder, manhood struggle, aod old age, regret. is a There is many a good wife who aannot sunoe or sing wu. VOL. 22 NO. 13. TV bat tbis Ration Tfonts. Tbe people of tbe United Stat iu the threefold ran of seeding it, lacking it, and earnestly deairing it an honest, wise, etatea-manlik administration of tbe gov ernment. They watit a change scarcely DJ change oould be for tbe worse. Tbey want a President who can bold Washington safe from danger of capture for at least twelve consecutive months. They want a President who will permit the inhabitants of any State to return to their allegiance without compellina tbem to ewear tbat tbey will support tba policy which be may dictate, and vote for and support him, instead of swearing obedience to the Constitution. They want a President wbo will not 'swap' forty regiments of wbite Kentucky I rmemeu lor a tew nunarec iveotuciy ne groes wbo will not put Knta ckv under m.rtial law, and alienat her from tbUuioo beaue ber gallant people refused to . be 'wapped " V " Tbey want a president wbo win not ex pend aootber three thousand million of dol lars, aodijpotbsr million of men, in a war tor tbe emancipatien of negroes aod for Southern bogus electoral vote. Tbey want a Presideot wbo will not deluge tbe country witn a rapidly depre eiating currency ; load down tbe people with taxation, and decimate tbe population for tbe ame objects, while each year of warfare is bot a circle of disaster, with out material advancement. Tbey want a Presideot wbo will ignore all consideration, save tba union of tba North and Sooth, and endeavor te recocnile tbeir differences ; who will endear er ti re press sectional hostility, and thus remove tbe ocly obstacle to re-union: and wbo will give os peace npon the only af and boo orable basi,tbe Constitnticn of tbe United States, Tbey erant a President wbo will reeor nise tbem tb people ae tbe ruKra of tbe Itepubho ) wbo will not arrogate to bim elfe tbe title and all tbe powers of 'tbe Government ;' and who will not distract and divide tbe North by destroying tbe liberties of tbe people, overthrowing their Constitution, and nullifying tbeir laws Tbey want a President wbo will repress aod punish fraud oo the army and on tbe people, and wbo will aeejuat.ee executed upon puoiio piuoaerer. Tbey want a president wbo will not, through jealoQsy of tbeir power, inaugur ate tb policy of disbaoding tbe militia of tbe States, and leave tbem defenoelesa when they are invaded. Tbey want a President who will be true to tbe great trust confided to hie ehafgej who will faithfully maintain the priociplee of American liberty, as embodied is the Constitution of tbe United Sttes.and of tbe States respectively j wbo will not be tbe chief enemy to tbe civil autbo f ities io tbe loyal state, but will ateadfastly up bold it: wbo will maintaio personal liber ty, and freedom of soeech, of tb press, aod of tbe ballot-box. Tbey want a President wbo will dismia dishonest speculators and contractors from position of trust and responsibility, and institute a rigid system of economy in pub lic expenditurte Tbey want a President who will rely upon the devotion of tbe people to their right and liberties, upon tbeir patriotism aod intelligence; wbo will heed tbeir wi6bes and seek to advat.ee tbeir interests, instead of endeavoring to force tbem into corrpliance with evr va'ying schemes of policy; who will protect tbe wbite mao ae well as tbe negro ; and who will, by thus securing tbe confidence, unite tha people oltheNirtb. Toey want a President who will facili tate a restoration of tbe Uuion, and pre- ventu n necessary sacrifice of lives and property of Union men, by extending tbe protection of tbe Constitution aod lawa of the United State to all wbo will raturn to tbeir allegiance aod obey tbe eivil author "J- 1 bey want a President who will with draw tbe emancipation proclamation, and recommend tbe repeal of tbe confiscation aot, wbieb measures serve but ta render Southern property holders desperate, by making tbe success of secessiooism tbeir only cbance of escape from beggary. Tbey want a President wbo, with our unity and prosperity at borne, will restore and reassert our power and ttiflusnce abroad wbo will make tbe e'laiew of tbe American flag once mure tbe defence, on sea and land, of all wbo repose beneath it, and will render the name of 'an American cit'sen' a passport ini .labia by any nation; and wbo, by tbe vindication ot tbe Moorue doctrine, will guard our own border frim invasion, i nd render tbe whole continent a nursery for Republic and a bom for wbite freedom. Tbey want a Preaident wbo will aacrfic every prejudice aod all passion, every selfish and nartiaan ntisot. to tbe people and the prrsperity and bon- ur ui iuo American Vuloo. Tbe t iritual rannara tr.-.n tional convention in Chicago, tbe follow- ,u euusiuu vi wnicn w Boa la tb Whether tb appointed answer are proper response to tbe interesting inter rogation preceding tbem, doubtlee tboee familiar witb spirit can decide. Ae our oity i now honored with tb presence of many of Ibia class, it ia at least ao 'apt time to attempt to gain information on these points. If the devil wished to invite a mortal to joia hi chained spirits, what name would be use ? Link oo. If be wished to command hi imp ta abduct a strong minded, virtuous female, what Dam would be use? Hooker, If be wanted to describe tbe punish ment be inflict on bit subjects, what name woold be ussf-Burnside. If be wanted to borrow under clothing, to wbom would be apply? Soburtg. If be wished to defend bell agaiatt as sault, whom woold bebiie? Garrison. If be wished to wreck a vessel, wbom would bs bire a pilot? Bcscber. If be wished to scorch a man in hi deepest pit, whom would be bire ? Brjwn low. A gentleman late one evening met hi eervaat. 'Hallo 1 where ar you going at tbi time of night ? for no good, I'll war rant' 'I wa going for you, sir.' A barnacle-nored old fellow gave at a reason for taking bi liquor clear, that aince the flood water bad always tasted of aionert. One ought, efery day at feavf, to bar a iittl song, read a good poem, e a fine picture, and if it be poseible, to speak a few reasonable words. The man wbo advocates peace goes tt bis bed witb a clar concienc ha who advocate war, groans ia bis spirit, and is discontented witbio himself. Soboolmsstar 'How many kind of axss are there ?' Little Boy 'Brood ax, narrow axe, iron axe, axe of tbe Apsitle and ax my fath er 1' Schoolmaster 'Good, go to tb top of tbe class A tboogbU old gentleman tbe other day at down on tb pur of tb moment. Hie screams were horrible. It i uriou bow littl wa feel tba bur 4n w dot oo tbe h aiders of others. .Ol spedltfoaalvexacate tear.,,. lkHeem. Aoassortaeat -laske,w.eaMliV-- aV All orders for Advertlsiaa er Jofc Wfc accompanied bjeaah.anleeeeoBae BeraoTksLiV a becomes reepoasible for tba aasae ' What ftie 4dmfafa(ra(ldxl vwBeror tbe iTbitaMaj. aad be Kegro. Th Boston Liberator, an intense) Abo lition bet, edited by tba notorious Waa. Lloyd Garriaon, essay to prov tbat Lin coin' administration baa dona all for tha negro. It gives tbe following eatalorti of and edit mad for bia benefit: 1. Emancipation ia Wtm Virginia. 2. Emancipation in Missouri. 3. Emancipation ia tbe District of Col u tabia. 2. emancipation la Maryland. &. Slavery abolished aad forever wrohlb ted in all the territories. 6. Kansas admitted a a frae State. 7. Prevision asade to adsait Colorado, Nbrka and H evade as free Bute. 8. Organisation of Idaho, Mjota&a, Daeota and Ariaona a free tarritvria. 9. BeoogniUoa l tba iadaadaoa at Hayti aad Liberia. . . " 10. Three millions of slaves delarJ"" ' free by prodamatlea af tba Preaideat, Jaa. 1, 1863. 11. All fugitive ! laws repealed. 12. Ioter-Sut slave trade abolished. 13. Negroes admitted to equal rigbta ia United Stat court, as parties to suit aad to witness. 14. Equality of tha negro rengoisad la tb public eotveyaaess af tba District af Colombia. 15 All rebel States prohibited froffl fa taming to the Union with alavery. 15. Free labor established os oameroua plantations in South Carolina, Loaisiaaa, Mississippi. Tennessee and Arksasa. 17. Schoola for tbe adaealloa of frd lavoe in Sooth Carolina, Tnnee .Louis iana, aod in EaaUra Virginia. 18. The wive and children af all lavaa employed ae freemen in military aad otbaf service of tbe United State. 17. All negro, bond and free, enrolled ae part of tba military fore of tba nation. 20. The loyal people of Arkanaaa, Tea esse. Louisiana and Jlorida, aeeking fa return to the Union on tb basis of free dom to all and of tba abolition and probi Lition of slavery. 21. Tbe abolition and problMtkro af slavery by an amendment of tba eonatitu tion passed In the Senate by two third majority, and by aaarly tba same ia the haute. Lost by lack of three or four vote, tbroagh the iofiaeoce of Democratic Bias ber. 22. Tbe nation, through ita representa tive in Baltimore, Jan 8, made tba abo- lition and prohibition af alavery tha basic of iu governmental administration for tba future, 23. Tba Fdrs! govarnmaol forbidden to employ any man ae a cia, ia aay espa city. 24. Oo hundred and I fit fhcflnii a gross, mostly freed slave, to tb pay aadl uniform of tba government, at aoldiara. That ebows tbat tba administration baa been fa.tbful indeed to tb Interests cf tba negro, and assployad all ita towns ia bia behalf. Mr. Garrion makts oot bis ease) J bat there ie aootber point what bas Lioeota and his administration dona for tba while race? 1. He baa called oot two millions and a balf of able bodied men to the war. 2 He bas sent full a Billion of white people to tbeir graves. 3. n ba carried mourning into afoert cry 7iit hiimbalj. 4. Ue ba saddled tbe conn try witb a national debt of at least four thorn oad million of dollars, which will be aa crpa prestiv burden aod Insults oo the labor and capital of the cooatry. 5. II ba destroyed th Union and sub verted oor republiesn form of government. 6. He haa carried want, poverty ead destitution into tbe home of th poor by alvsooiog tha priee of living to a point almost beyond their reaob, 7. He ba fatally deranged and dtroy ed tbe currency of the country. 8. lie baa disgraced the aatioa ia tbe eyee of foreign nation. 9. H ha destroyed tbe freedom of the press and tb ballot box, and fatally Im paired personal liberty. Tbi is what Lincoln has done for tba white race 1 Is not tbs comparison an instructive eatt If Lincoln ia aotitltd to the gratitude of th black, ought h not te rtcaive tba eternal corse and oaledltfUoBe of the whit race 7 neaionable fllaU. At tbi eaoo many person coateav plat travelliog to do c witb the largaet amooot of comfort aod advantage, physical, aocal aod mental, tbe felljwing aaggeet ions are made :- Take oos-forth mors ttfaOey tbaa yeof actual timalad expense). Acquaint yourself witb tba pacgraphj of the rout aad region of Iratti, Have a good supply of entail ebaoge, and have oo bill or pine higher tbaa ta duller, fbat you may net lake eootorfeit cbang. So arrange a t,o bava bat eee aingfe af del of laggage to look after. Dres libstaotially bttar be tee Warn for two or three hour at noon, than to be? too eosl for the reoaiodsr of tbe tfftttt four. Arrange, under all e!reuatB0, to be at tbe place of etartiog flfta or leaat minute before tbe time, tbo allnwiog fof tbe unavoidable or aoacqoaioted deteatiea on tbe way. Vo oot eomotccjo a day' travel before breakfast, avra if it bs to b esta at day light. Dinner or soppsr, or both, eaa be more healthfully ditpeneed witb tbaa a good warm breakfast. Put your purse aad watch la your east pocket, aod all emder yonr pillow, aod you will not bs likely to Wave either. Ooe of tbe moat eeeure fattening of your chamber door, i a eomaaon boh ea tbe inside if there 1 Bene, lock tbe afoot, turn tbe key eo tbat It ean be drawo partly oot, and put tbe Wash bet la nsder it tbo an attempt o at a jimmy or pal in another key. will pseb it 00 aod esnse a racket aoong the crockery, which will be pretty certain te route tba rlecp and route tbe robber. A eispsnuy candwioh, eatta liurly ia the car, i bett r for yoa tbaa a dollar dinner b illed at a 'station.' Take with yon a month' opply'of pa tience, aod alasys think thirteen tifflel before you reply ono to aey eupposed rudeness sr insult, or inattention. Do nut supposs yoursslf especially and detignedly neglected, if waiter at hotels do not bring yoa wbet yoa call for ia e doubla quick tim ; nothing ao distinctly marked tbe well bread man a a quick waitiog on sueb oeoasiona. Comply ebtsrfally aad gracefully witb tbe eattorat aftb eooveyaoc ia whisk yoa travel, aod of Itte plaeee where you atop. Do not alio yoarsslf to eoarerie ia a tooe bod encogh to be heard by a person at two or tbrse teat from you ; it i tha mark of a boor if in a man, and a want of re&neraent aod lady-tik deliaey, if ia a woman. A gentleman i not noisy : ladiee ar ern. Re.pect y.ur.etT by exhibiting tb maa nereof a geotlemaaand a lady, if vow wish to b treated as aoob. aod thea yow will reeetva be respect of others. Where tha mouth ie eweet ead the ey intelligent, there ta always the look of beauty witb a right beats.