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HAf GOOD & ADAMS $1,50 PES, AJnnJM, EI ADVANCE- WARRED, TBIJMiiULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER II,-1561. .VOL. 46, i0. 18 WHOLE NO. 235$; i Poetry. "The Situation." ' There' a tpleodid country going to seed, A paopl living in rt nrJ. And animals running short of (vol, ' For want of nu-aneand labor; Thera's a bogus Government made with skill, - By a l-adr who always li-J will' a will, u i.i. .. k- .- I . ;.. t,ll , Oar most esntanktruus neighbor! . i There are grass grown ei'.ies anl US..-1. ss ports. A VaOlltl l RV1UII uui oi A host of mercl-aiits trotibV 1 with "shorts." Whose credit i grttir.g rotlfn : - There are empty war.--r.oru. gloomy and wide. Where rats and hais and cat rcsi.ie. In holes and corners they lv to hM. That ought to be crammed with cotton. . . , . .... i . i n. . i I.. . 1 Dere a a uantirupt uvasury. wji ir-v A monstrous tchvuie thai, must end in smoke, ' Too funny lor fact too sal lor a n.ki', Thouirli tue promise a. I were palmy; .. There "a a fetter on tf fv pen mid tongue, A iaily tissue of lit ut riving. A navy of p. rates tuat ougli: to be liuiij;. t -And a bail-auu-Vrd, uiut;i,oiia army. f'ow let us iook on the other han.l, Wu.re br.velj here la liie Saruieiii land, ; A nation ut patriot tai.es iisuud, For a Liiiioo lion,, inai -.ver; Hower. r the iraiUMu South luai rave, We lave the .iocriy tt Asli..UToM gave. And the Star spii'u ba.nvraaad proa ave Above us lortrv.r ana. I'mvver! There's an army huacreOs of tliousai. Ja suvi.jj, R.dy to luarcii oil tin- oj.i i umnife. Who "leave tue ii-gut ana ci-av.- lo tue W roiij, ' When most their colli. try nee! thcni; An army whose weajtoas re haroiy toys W ho cau tijjlit as easy as make a noise, An army of tegular -uiniky boa, ' And Gtueral licCi.iJ.LiS leads them! So hasten the day when we shall see A nation n-united and tree, Shouting for Union aud Liberty A whole and regenerate nation ; . To grow and flourish auin in peace. When the knavish liebele their mischief cease, And the Union once more holds tue Uase. Of a happier Situation 1 " i 11 For the Chronicle. The Stranger's Grave. BY MRS. C. A. POWERS. Where the rolliiig liississippi Drags ita suileu ude aioug. Making uiu-ic lo tue ocean, Swe;t as chiblhuods cradse-eong. Where the uuduiug tern-leave whisper Love tles, to the eloopu.g wave. There, 'uioug laiiglea wuiWii grasses, Liet a tL.-aiig.-r a louelj. jjrve. Kot a sural) or llow'r is pluut- J. Sot a sluue to maik Hie spot, iiut the wind low, soleuiu voices, iSrraiii a sweet -jorya-me-uot," Ko kind fiiend is near, to water V ith tneir tears, me imgraut grass, , Or Willi gentle lia.id to .-ealLer, t'loml offji..gs oei But the holy sunligiit falleth, . la rich, golaeu uutej sireams. Lighting up that loue.y grave spot, With its rosy coloreu oeau.s; Chasing all the gloom aud saaness From Uiat couaecrat d uooa, Answering back in tones tt gladness, To me sign oi running brook. Oaward sweeps the ti:ighty river, ln ita paaag; to the e-i. Laughing gaiy, as the Zephyrs To llie waves in carciess glee, ' Heeding not the su.euni uiunuur, Lcboed from toe voiceless shore, Sol.ly flow I nar wake Uie dreamer. From his quiet slumbers, more. ' ' All above is smiiing brightly, All around ihe hr trees wave, . Lonely vigils ke. ping nigiith', O'er Uie stranger's uameless grave, Aud the birds proud note- are swelling. Through the sunny wooalund dell, - While a voice s-eins upward w. lling, Sleep 1 sweetly ; Ail ;s well. ' la the Mississippi valley, . ' W atered by its many streams, ' Shaded by its !' ru aa 1 uiiiims, Beau ideal ol luvers dreams, Where the luilmy soulh. ru biieZea, Fiing their knes to the wave, Slremy iair-haire.1 3'oui.ger brother, lu a btra:.ger e lone.g 3ratt. Iobpstown, Ohio ' j i ! I i j . I , I ! I j From the 19th Regiment. Camp Jenkins, sear Lou:svilie, -1: Thauksjiiving Day, 1 10 1 Messrs. Eaitort: Your many readers ure unJoubtedty -auxKus ins s-di mttiest. . uw. .J ; naturally prompts youi to know the posi-; tion and points of compass occupied by the ai:. i. i.; l,t tf mi.- Iw. tn ..l.iv .jo . . ' .i -i . j ,. important a part mtms wild drama as any others. ... - . "Five miles below Louisville, on the road : to Bowlin" Green vou will find the encamp- ment of the Nineteenth posted on a slight , , , l, . - , , elevation oi sanay iana, mat w-nignt over- looks the neighbor camp fires of the forty- first fifty-first and twenty-fourth Ohb v. :.. , i. ,i,..i. ' LTOc, bccuuaik .iai j IUIU.U u mvui;u v . .. ., i were in vnio. vppcteite our camp on tut , east, at the distance of sixty rods, is Gen'l Nelson's Brigade, which arrived on Monday j Bight s:. rhr.t I, tWe We amvr.,1 not less than ten thousand troops, inakin now quartered withia five miles of Louis ville,' fifteen - tkousand. passing daily, and within three weeks, am confident that not less than sixty thou 6and will cook their rations in this neigh-1 ooruoou iuc peopie oi laouisvuie anu vicinity,' express the deepest respect ia fa- Tor of Union troops by eivin their money i 1 ij. fi, . ci ... from the jaws oi reoc.iwn. ihcy now eeci . ..... . , .,. t that a speedy response, wnile border States are throwing aid in their path, is indispen- j rivanrvation of loval hnmr-s; " I r il. T i" A . - - . . Two months since the city of Louisvil.e was nearly covered with the ashes of seces-1 sion, Imt a li"ht brecz? just in time from! the North, blew through her streets, and UA-A. U UA. V w A... ... ....... . 1 authority , trom me. hand or justice, ana ; now no city either north or south represents , a stronger Union sentiment - - ! As wc passed through the streets 0f,f - 'J . .. ... Louisville, we were halted, by the citizens-of on the $nt' skirts of the town. We stacked arms, and baskets' of provisions, nice ham - a v ' - 3 1 " - - 1 ' ' ' L" - 1 . 1 ' j and bread were passed through the whole . . i i-i-L - . , i. Rccmicnt, aud in fifteen minutes our D033 b were ready to sling knap teks aud resume a mareh of five miles, pitching tcuts about and after dark, all feclins well und attrilj- alio th.t state of feeling to the good citi- 7on,Cof I otrsvi'ie zensot Lou.sMxie. The . nearest rebel camp rewtcd, is : Buckncr's. who is supposed to be well for ' tilled at Bowling Green, a distuuee of t7 miles from us, with a force reported at ' thirty thousaud. I I was told by reliable authority, a few days sinee, on the street of this city, that ,the rebel Buvkner, while this common- wealth was n-.arly b. lanced over the doe : trine of neutrality, was entrusted with j many of the State anus, aud taking advan t:i.;e of the opportunity presented, used !the arms, with what uicu he could smuggle into the service, to fortify Liinself against jthc loyal portiou of his own State. -Many men under his charge, were basely cheated by hi schtiucs. and now, finding his plot ' is t j defend seeesh," are watching every opportunity to escape his lines, and take up . arms on the other side- ine regiments composing OenT Nels-m's Brigade are the 2nd Ohii, Col. Harris; :21st, cel. Norton; 33rd, Col. Sili; 5tth, 'Col. Fyffe. our ooys ot tno mui are iiiaeK ana 1 ll,n,lfj.r l.vinT f..y ... Olio r,,lS.,,rul : any other Regiment, aud thus far plenty of clothing, wnn rations equal, ana ten irmmtU nf rtr.W frt om-h m:m. 11 r.i.. 1 .1 :..f ... 1 . . J , ot a sddier to receive lettcis ana papers j from old Trumbull, they would write ofteutr 1 and send more papers to the bovs. Don't - . - .-.c.. . a L-om home, as you arc from your boys. Yours Ecspcctfully. C. SMITH. Camp Correspondence. , e rnaue the loiiowmg extracts !r m a private letter lrnm Private m. Hobb-, .to a fiiend i Gth Virginia nnrlrr Cob Zcilcr. 3Ir. Ilobbs is from .Mineral Kidge. He was among the first to tulist iu the thiee months' service, and iiuniodi- ately after Lis term of inlistmcnt had cx- pired, re-cnlistcd for three years The letter is dated at Camp Tierjion . , . - x- lo , crcuo, a., .o. 10, 01. Often when at my rost, in storm and rain, imagination carries me back to the fireside circle, and reminds tue of the Lap- py hours that 1 Lave spent there, aud w uich 1 hone to see a;aiu. h,;I.iii nn r w not CiTiite tiicas.-iiit now r. it was 1 :r. i - i -- - - 'summer; tiien it 'mattered nt where we laid or slcbt. but we are a li tile more i.ar- 'tieular now winter is coming on. and he . 1 . . . .. . . .... . i.'. c . r...,ii- ik.fT.n ia mi l-a ... .n.2..i. ...i, , . . J "a"- u.au..a ku .u jicreuo; Due we arc well clothed and get bv me relic s. It was la-t week on han. day nioJit that the reltls attacked our tn.oi s !at (iuyand ittc. which is hut 10 miles from herc. Ihisivastheii h'.iuation. but they heard that there was l(JOi) stand of aims !,.,( ilf-i-,. n-.ia lili.il ci... .1 ..( .,,r., there, and only lbO men, bnd there hey on iev went They wcic 12UU etivi..'. and all MV.-ilrv nn.l ...!-. mir Ir.u.r.a ,in.,Ui.!. j . plenty to cat, and. on the whole we are getting along first-rate. 1 suj.pt.se y u have heard ot the capture of Uuv:iMl.;t:e .. . -. . by surprise, some of th. ui being in c-hurch at the time. They fought them as Ion j as they c-.-uid. but ICO men are uo match for 1200. and a great many of them were tuk- !tn prisoners Ih.C re they could get their :gnns. Ihecitiz usof the town, who are Eccissioaists, even fired upuu our troops from the wiud..ws of thtir Louses, and the por ieliows wcrc sunouuded tu j;ll sides bv enemies. ANrnt ;li ol th ra .-nrl , . - . , . . . v - i thA r.-st ui Hiam w-.r. V-.i prisoners. Karlj next momin-. 100 of us weut up on a steam bort and set fire to the town, the citizens hui2 out flairs nf trur-r- and I nion flags, and thought to fool us that ,ayLuttiia - . an j they had to suffer for firiua on our trooi.s the night before. Ihe rebel cavalry left the town as soon as they saw uscomioc up . -uu carricy luwriwaa ana ed with thtm, and 400 l-.nficld rifles thtv haJ c lnreJ , We onlv staid half an j ouri but when we carae awav the town was all iu one sheet of flame. We brought awav C dead bodies. 2 i f then f-cersh. that . , . were left behind in the lmrrv to set awav. 0;;c cf tLcia a rcbd whiJ WaSjt cj me to join his company, up the Kanaw- ha, last spring, but I knew a trick worth two of that e have had a very bu-y time, this last week; several r.-oaais we to attack us and when tliej cc.me it will Wc have been busy buiidinc 1 a breastwoid, this last week, and we can 'bold the place against 5 times our number, And if Jenkins' cavalry should attempt to . take t eredo. now. wc will welcome tnem ij i : . i ..i.i... , v - - ; . wo get to sleep wc arc sure to cet rallied. l uuu t kujw why they lon t remiorec u?, t - .,i . . , t or at iviisi seep our wncie rrgunent sea- T'.. ai.i i 1 . . . iioueei iiii t,. iiu; iiAitj jm v iut..imiit,'i , ouv .....v --- Feeding the Army. p9un!j3 of pork, or 1,7.00,000 pounds of frCah beef; 10"'.3.-0 bairch of Sour; f'00 bushels of beans, or 1,500,000 pouaih- rice; l.oOO 000 pounds of cofe l'.- 2 .0 (100 pounds of sugar; 1-.0.0,10 u.hm.s .. .o.oOO pounds of candles goO.OOO pounds of soap; 9,264 bushels oi salt and C,CoO,000 pounds cf potatoes. - . - : " ' ' The followin? fii-urcs show the ctmounl! - - " ... ... , .... 01 COmmiSSaiV Ktors Wl,l.-h Will DC COn- v a vuuiiui.-i:iii v a lli-l .9 wuif u fin viu- t?umea in one inoctn t-y lac i unci oiaics: wLcn brju.r-lt u f tQ thc stal;(JarJ aa. j thoriz.-d by Congress, viz: 500.000 men. j It wiil lc se-cu that the labors of the com-1 missar uepanmeu. a.e anytniug nut tnv- . 1 . 1 ! o-.n nan A THANKSGIVING SERMON. BRACEVILLE, Nov. 29th. 1861. I Kev. II. T. Hexdersox: Dear &tr: The undersigned having been appointed a committee for that purpose; uo most cam - e-tly ropiest of you a copy, for publication, f the sermon vou preached on Thanks- . t . r "wu ua-" '1"JS ...-w.uiV acceue to our wishes, we remain, Truly yours. 1. 11. iX(ii:.viiAjr, ;i. l. ovi.vrr. THO.S. .McKICKIX Corn. ; 1 : : : ; ; , . BRACEVILLE, Dec. 3d. 1861. MESSRS. I. H. INGRAHAM, M. L. OVIATT. AND THOS. McKIBBIN. Your note re.piesiimr f-r publication! Sermon preached by me on lKnit3J til giving u .y. is before me. In reply. I would say that 1 cheerfully comply with your re- serial us.hI on the occasion, was not written ilurM. as lar as 1 1:111 iii.ic. ilc iuuuu- in full, consequently 1 shall lie oiiiigt J to fill it out from memory. 1'erhaps some tiiinrs sai l on that ocejsi'in are left out or overl'j-jked, and .-omc added that were not Said, but the essential paits you have. am not much in the habit of writing ser mous for use before the c-.wgvegntion, much' less for the press. Yours respectful! v. j j : : j : H. P. HENDERSON. THANKSGIVING SERMON PREACHED BY REV. MR. HENDERSON, AT BRACEVILLE. NOV. 28th. 1861. "Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, and for his wonderful for his goodness, and for his wonderful works to the children of men."—Psalm 107 for his goodness, and for his wonderful works to the children of men."—Psalm 107-S verse. as a day o.' tuauksgivui" and prayer to Al- taiuhly Ool for bis ldcj.-ii.gs aud mercies j to us. luri-.titu .c is a tin ot the uccpt-st , . .. , ., we thanki'uily receive aud jropcrly use I thein. it is very irapt'itaut then that we be frequently employed in making ackur.wl- j edgmeuts to God for meicies and blcssipgs' as rcctiwJ. aud siuv-crcly thank Liia for thou, i ia for Le is good, aud is worthy to receive the ' '-'- iis uuiKiturai vet tcrnovj rcDLiiiou itiat j was sprcaa its aitiK loriu ocr cuc-uuru or; u-IlI.siuuuuu -ii .i .1 .c; wji iir ueiiwige; ujus.Liii cta-uai.iuii m i ... - . . . w , - w. . ... .. . ,. Sl 1 cies and ulesaings to the Jcwisu nation. L.acll Ot these realms, Wltn an esuortation to "ive thanks and praise to God, giving' his reason for so doing, "for he is good." auu ins meicy muua-.ii loievcr. ic iucu prccccus to prove the fact tliat God is good, and this Le does bv deelarini his wonder - ful works to the children oi men. N ho the author ot this Fsalni was is ul,l;uo.n). it as written by one who un a ov one WHO un . ' acquainted with s; and probabiy e-buildin' of the duoud!y was very well tae history of the Jew; about the time of the it- icmiile ia Jerusalem, shortly alter their r.:turii fniii their Babvlouish eantivitv. I h,. IValmiit ir.-in hw narrative wiih the this, together With Hie two . prectaing lms..was written as a tribute of thanks- i :ig ana praise to Uoa, lor au ins mer- j beginning of the Jewish nation, and gives; c ..c . .... . - !i n fr.ii, ;i;-:i.voiiiitot nil the liiinortant events Couuceiea with their .hietoiy. from A bra-! down to ti.eir second settlement ia the I promised laud, showing how kindly God had dealt with them notwithstanding their many revolts und deviations from the path j ct duty. And as Le looks over their his- ! torv and recounts the very many mercies; and UiSslh"S ot Ood to tiiim. his soul over- flows with "latitude, and lroni bis full ' t . heart hc txcla'ms, "Oh that men would! I raise the Lord lor his coodncss, and l.r ! Lis wonderful v. oiks to thechiiuun of mcu." i ,, ., . I i.v. ... .m-i : i:.n r.T 1 1 .iiviTii..r 1.1 1 ... ir. p . aw..a,-...- . mis uay nas ottu set apart to-tc ouserveu uvc : UltltiviC we saou'U careiuiiv cuar aeuinst it. To be the receivers i f the ec u-1 tiaiit blessings aud mercies of God, all our lilc le-ty, aud nt-vtr btop to thank him for i tl.i in i tr.-.vi illar :i vrrr tlinii-ditlrss i mind, or a heart tenihly depraved. God j is bountiful to us with his bltings, and ! . . . :ill tl.e n tin n Le asks at our bands is that ; . . . , - .- i highiat praise and honor that m-jrtals can ; give. i We arc very prone, iu the enjoyment of our iiu:ucil,u.s olessiiii's. to fornet the Laud - . c . th-.t 1 tt:rAN tin tu L.-iirp !u I'tmr.i f:iin: of Laving at least one day ia the year set' ai art t specially for the purpose of recount- iu ' the mercies of God to us, aud return-; ina suitable thanks tor the same. J l;ut ome may be ready to a,k, what ! have we to be thankful for this year is true that a dark cloud has hung this nation for a year past, threatcniu -u at times, very portentious, no doubt Nevertheless, we arc not destroy. and thank the Lord, there is no rca expectation that we shall be if we God, and do rhrht. The formiuableues , .... , , - - that cloud is already begrunin away aaj thc golden rays of Lope are be- j ginning to dart athwart the dark sea cf i rebellion to thou-unds of Learts that might ; have been a lituc icanui m me start j lc year icoi win ever lc rcmcmi:reu prieu 01 many cemuiouuies ; linutunui; uiu , worst passions of thc human heart ; array- j mg Lrothcr sigaiust broiner, and l;i-i:d ; 'aaiust fricud, iii deadly Conflict ; and al-! ready has some of the best blood cf this cuiiou uvea Pt-u.cu oa. i.t ke water to kindle ' n-nnrto ..f r.-.tii m id.. iie:irr i-i .A;., a. 1 1 u . . v. . -- .... - n.Uiious of their ceuntrvmen, and to t-sta!-! n.a ',,rever thc freest and best government i tj,at tiun; Las ever seen. This year will be sucra I ra'ab. also, be-; t....,l ti.,. ,,.,.: i, .: fau;c ll lias mmiKia j:.ii..iei n. w liana ui w u;i -au aunj uj Md . tll0 largcst perhaps the world ever saw, and God great, way never Lave cc-i easi n to see again for Liie purposes. lor like purroics. i Anl in mis army are your fathers, Lus- 1 ' iir... ! brothers, and Sous, all uccply cn- j 1 r i araveu iu your hearts' lest affections, audi g-.vc.iimnt cpetialiy so now that they aro re-j moved far from vou. and are occupying, posts of danger and enduring hardsh j s avd j privations for cur as well -as their future j wclf no and piosneriy. JUy Ul, ia mer-; ey, Picserv'e their lives and hc'ilth?, and , cause then to ictura t their homes and - fricuda in safety. . . ; . ' ; i. - . : W 1 hi . t-lS t-'Wa tl 1 in wc 35i ti ih v.:-j cr by a : ? It, over! it " I i i ed vet. onabiesous. trust in! s of i.. u w I - J - u.auou naa inerta-c i to oier two aa.ii1.'u. Altiiouh tue early sctt.ers had many dim ca...co an i uaniMiipn to cnt idu.cr iu i.ien .........,..;,... i.i...,...,-... c town hall ; here t te children were cduca f ttd. here fathers and i.i,.;hcrs v..i.t to laect j iug to worship (iod. which tiu-y did with much t-iiiecrity as v.c do now, peihai .-, ia.ii;ntaccut churches with cusiibuvd aad mammoth oigan. ; u.m Leic. also. our iana h:h -iciui:u 10 una scasou, nut- iiituiuuiiiiiiiu luuraaopcr , m i . i: . i' .... ...1. ' . 1 i.n;ie.-f milieu vA.e -iv-.i-juctj lunuiui uui . . u i ... x, ti- i.,... . . j ' m. : ' ' ..f.,.,,.i . 1 . "i pu ia iau ncu t uoosiu iaiuer w s.u-, i-cop.c, ler all the trials ani hardships to be met uu m i'ie nuueruess ot .viucrica. wtiu re- assigned for it, is they are too indolent to t 1. . ... . 1 1...1..A.! of IJistuct Schools scattered over our widc ham spread country, besides our numerous A- , ; . . lt Al - ( ar.d J r-'.iti-.-al cc pomy, (the more iree-t ar.l b.crt in the world; a very great cau:C for U.ai.klulr.crs? was tbre ever a But notwithstanding thrre arc many thinfrs anion" us aud around us at tliis prcs- f. , . ,, ' ... cut time that we deplore and could wi.t wcrc ct'liCrvvi?c, yet arc there not very many tLings for which to le tl.a::hful '.' And may we not s.;y wi'.h the i'siliui-t " U l should count them they are u .re in num"fc' ,lhan ff J- " 1 '? 1 ' rr" Ut Let us look at the b..,i::i- we klvc il:iiivi.;u .jiy cr.j duticg the pat year. Our live-j have lj.c n parci an J ur healths have b tn couMnucd unto us; n) fcaifu'i cr,i le;uie has sw t over our cin j uiuuiiy ; a g. ucral tit. 12 of h his pre i v.iilt' l. s th.'.t we can sty that the iiu;u- 1 er of dentli s, onired to our thick ypp- uiated c unti v. h::s liecu sin-ill. inuy ti.id is good to us, Lt us theref-irc thuuk him fvr life and heallh. -1- In the se.-ond pia??, we ok-ervc that or civil and religious li!eitie3 arc contia- tioUs) as a uution. And jut here allow mc to submit tue .. . ti i'.hw . 111' 0.0 osiiion? . .u.i, ...... UJ we iu:iy iiu crly appreei .te the bh.s.ingi i t reiigi ous liliityv And s-.-cuJiy. is not iur uo- paralleled puwtii and pn s;nty as a i- i tioii atirihutable, to soaw ti.cat, to tins fact? In tins country, and uu-ier inn govern iiKtit, tveiy mail cau worship Cl.-d ae-.vr l - 1111X to U10 dictates of his ewu ensc'.c;;c. whether he be t'luistiau or l'aga!i, Jew 1 r AlaLcintti It is ; fact w..:l'iy f re - nsaik, that the List settlement ot l:.is c u: - - trv w-.it; t.11 v, vr .M. :if rYielir. :o!:l:il if .1 with an undviuz love f r rt-lidous f.eid ia. Men. vrha lu iof r; filrd tin', lilli'l tv ( f W. r- 6i, g0, u the form whic i . c icm their cj- . . u laud, reso- lut"iy .severed the ties whicli bound tactu to a .beloved, though oppressed, country. uuu 1 1 a 1.1 31 11" a vtwu, t,un.it,u a ituu 1 1 ' . i i...m L r.,. .:.. r . v... i- . ,,- a ,., .. a.w.I a nious iiuliu, uiuii u in;u;ri'jr r.-iiuus ucijusiu ai leuue. od. Iu the third place, should we n.t be tnauKiul iVr, and highly prize our cduea- . - --""- -j- tern is not c juailcJ by any o.her in toe world, aud truly may it bj called one of t;:e .-tronir corncr-steaes cu wiiicii rests the - ... . .crpttuiiy ol our glorious l.epuonc. it naa mu t.ear.y ucuiou-iraicu uy iiaciiesi f J ,, , .experience, for many yea; s, that the strong- est and m.st prosrous uati-ms iu the world, arc where the masses are educated libeially. i... . l l. i .-.a .1 i . .. . ..: ...1 Our country is literally filled with idu;a- tional facilities which are open to all, and leuiu. j.o..k at tue nuuuicus oi iuou;auua cadeiuics and Colleges. c may form some idea of the rapid growth of our country, and of her educational resources, bv the statistics ol a tingic s.atc; tai.e lor in- stance, our own Ohio. It L:i3 been but a y.a.;: ....we t.ic itii.uor, tiaoiacea nu- the limit of this Stati was au unorcKcn occupied K- l v tl-.i. r. ,1 man of thj lorest" N j -j -l.iutrer ax than 't, there wove not three hou,and white ,,l,r'.-...,,fl . ... ... I..., 1. ., ..t t l. 1 V -.11 muu ju.luio 111 ..ii.u i u...t ...iu. 1. a v, ........ -- j ..ou. wv, t, look the duty of m. k.ng rwUious lor the cuueaLiou ol their chil iicu, and ot hung itrmancnlly the loiind at ion ot our lice Clool filter', ilse. AlUOIli the firirt tlilU'S done, was to build a log school house, which, tno.se uays, was used l-r the tnr!c pur- .1 i i l....... i .... . POSJ ti School he-U-.e. Ulcetllii! house and I e. .o met aai held lat-ir fi ctions, i-ieeliiig , '1 hesc were sma.l bcginnii'gs, it is true, nut they have rcsuiti-.i m "rcat things, as UiC shew. In 1"0, Ohio Lad 12,2. J Disiiict Scho,is, cmi.lojing ULOlU teachers, at an annual cx;.en;j ot SoJl,- 2 1 i '-, lor com.aon scaool purposes alon LesK.es a long lut ot Amueiwes, I oilcge: and private, or boarding s.hools, which af ti;a um--ag us- i rmy we cau say with the Psalmist : " The lines are fallen unt i us ' i leasant plac;., yea, we Lave a goodly jheutage. : Again, nave we m i ae.ui.uani. cause ior ; aamago in etr.uui i'...uo, oiu uiter au, ; have crnie out much tatter thau wc cx- ' peeled. laKitig me waoie country to-; gtt'iitr, I think it can Lo truthfully said j that thc husbandman has been mctt liber-. Uy rewarded f-.r Lis toil, as much so this. ; - t- i .- n f..r T.iiml-ii-r of ve in r.r.st. ! - ..... . " I it h .s been a I eg tim since tha fer-! jn th man 1 for proauec has tccu as great as it is at ibis time. It is said that j ghr.d, Iri'an l. an 1 Franc?, will ccd! ! 1 f rv'iU.,. f V--J.A, i.u:.a. . . ... . . , .....iw..--vA p.i.a u cuiVJ j ( and it is ih,ught th-tt we. shall be able to j furnish thcr.i wiLh a'.l they want and have j eia-h Kit lor 1 o:a? conauan tiea and t). A -i i.'i, 13 Lot the c;n'.inuane3 ot onr government, indc-r i'h;eh theice.pb thiovc j mere ra :d!y, tr eijy.e.l m.,re privihgos. iVlt i-'ie s- -.-ai .-, than ours'.' if there j has been. I know tu.t when, or where it! was. A::d this ; o.-ciuti-oit, i-t destined, the blo'cing of G-,d, to bland, the u... LiiiiiiiuiM ..ii. 01a 111.1 v...- toother aie imparting instruction to au army of ch-h.ieu and youths, larger by many thousauus than thc army now ia the -J..A p.rvi.. ; !U There aro also 3,0 meeting hou.s in , the State, suih.-icut to seat 1.4 i7,CoJ per-. 1 here is hardly a town but Las from two to four cLu-.chcs, anl some can even boast of a score or more, so that there 1-,..'- r.t ;i.i..ih..a.;.l .-.r .1 ;,(,,,.. - a va I"-...... a va UIOH l -;fT 1 I - . - 1 1 - . ; ' ; . ' . . i-uiiiiuu . , - -1 ' a an G.l r a cr "r s ;s i',. - mu,t Kel particularly m:an, especially af- his Saber seusi returns to him. who has allowed his political zeal to carry ii;m so - ... . i- , cvcry quarter to tno Setne ot aotion. Men W1t: brave ucart.-i anj i:tcnmuca spirus. ... i i. - i rcat'y 10 uo r uie ior iiiii cjuiiiijf a tai 1 . . i i . i. : . . i i uv - viuvu uni-j. -c. -., luc lesumuny agaiusi it la ample, and to the point, for its wno'.c Iue has been nine icib inau a cons.ani repetiuou oi ilc w.. 4 .. a... c v. ,ar iro;u y 1 ueeencv as to cause him to tlic rril.eiriiog an,j doines of our free 0TcrnmcI!t. ih-.'S we were getting too iniliC th.. r,-t blesi-vs of polit- . ,? gr..Ut:K. :lt SS. r,, evr r sinee we Lave Lad a bciii. t thank God. thc spirit of patriotism is not dcad. r!0r yet dyin- only rchaps. we ..U Lave become a little too lax in suard- CT:... a, , .p iu,. aaillbL LUC t lit i 1 .!-II 1 ' I i. ! 1 3 VI Vllt tUV threatcnings of the great 3Ioloeh slavery, to the contrary, notwithstanding. Amcri- can Slaverv. tl. V.nno nf thU t fnr r ,v .. . . , . , . 0 ot any other, where it is tolerated,) has 1,,,, ' ,,. 1 .1 ' 1 done more toward marring the rcace and 1 ... . 1 uarmony ol this government than all the nrln.rr,..r-; n.i . e 1 Otncr rtui'ilons th:ir pv.t Minn n tar rul- ui. ui 4U- judication. I j. . ... 1 , . Itis aatomsliin, indeed, how .. it-... 1 . 1 1-. a 1 1 r , 11 I. , 7 , t 1 J t 'Tu1 ouiU Lave tolerated ho loDi mlit in their v. ltu it, after all, for which we ouuht to be thatiKiul. The great cry "O this is a terriOle war"- mong many is, Hid it IS eo- iu to involve this nation learlu y m debt, , .,. . .... .. and it will be a long time before perfect eonlKieiice will he rc-lored. if ever, and be- i .,11 i - 1 f 1 - .1 - io.c ii iwiiu-, oi Dullness rcauuiu ineir wji.tcd aetivi y. 11 f 1 t. t . . . uu- 10 a greater or less extent, yet aa. may not tins cau rele.i-.n prove a l. , . . , , - icssin". instead of a . . 0 , , , curse, f r U'.'d cm htlv good out that, m-i .-ecms w n,, to t.e i my tvii. hat f l- should over-rule, (as I tr.iUK lie Will) t!iis uiii-ing ot the child- ren t-t ilu South against their mother, wl has been ipiile t o b.uieut toivard them in oa,s ct yor? w;i .n ta;v now seeK to de- Sit, V. tliat taat tin ir if. siavery. may ruic in .....t 1 1. 1 ... :r ,..;..ni..i 1 :eir I ivd. Lt-r stead ! uuu . Tvii.il. it vjt'i mp mil il: :it';L.st'ti to lUke hi C l.f..-.. . . -v.. 1 , . 1 a. it. . m j" 6 ' m.s.ic si ivcry in wiilt onr Ya i v ' 1 i S l 1 i ituprojcr that &ia-.-thn0 bi said, and p. i!iaps there m iy bj s rat-thing connected ke this the very instrument iu huj'is to overthrow and utterly destroy the 1 . a a 1 - a- r 1 whoie system ot American Slavery forever! .. . . . J. . would not ten taousan-J times ten thousand hearts bow with willing submission to the ,,r..' r i -.: c vi Jt'.:vt;u, t ua iv'i - j ai:j niiu r : .. rt ,m - . ?i r. i:. i... :.. : i ... ... ...... . . ujul.-i ciiuifs tuc noiiuiver biuickcu. juuiuih oi praters uave g -ue up lo uou rfom sincere hearts for the destruction of tAis lerrihlc scourge, and we trust Uicy " - praycr-licanug and a prarcr-answcring God, and will in his own "ood time direct tae mraas that shall accomplish the work. it in ths event ot this war the shackles l i r.n r l i . l i t cauuiu la.i iroui tiery uoiijmau uuu oouu- . it t i -A t woman in America, black or white, and slavery should be doomed to aa ignomini- ous grave, with no hope of a resurrection. 1 1 . r 1 1 'l - r . Would you not feci bke saying from your " ..u...va.vm., hearts, "Oh that men would praise the wo""cr- tal woi Its ti the children of uicu .'-Ami : 1 . ...11 uaiu:iuui uui auu, nuuiu mi... "Seui.d the loud timl.rel oVr E-vp't ?ark soa , : 1 ,. , Jehovah ha, triumphed, his people are ,W Another grcatblcssing that may possi- b'y result from this war, 13 a creator liar- - ... i .vi 7 t! i i . . the affections of men one from another.not only Las this boon seen about the time of imiKirtant election, but the feeling ruu i.f t.. r..i: 1'lK llil ll,..lr 1.:...' Ir.i.Via lirt-.l-.. Cf. str.iir' that they did not suWids even alter the election over, so that thrv who be. ... . a , . .. . - iur.. .-a iti .-i 1 nr.mnn.ira Alii r i.t vi. - I "i r - J' Uo:r u.vomc pcrsmai enemies, a man s.vea. and rave and fuht, like a madman, thiu' that has been witnessed thousands f times iu our cou.itrv. Tarty lines arc ly.nnni.. t: fade .-dn-iilr nml liunilreils aud thousands of our fellow citizms who iiaj s.,,0.j ai00f f,om other, are now ...... ... ., Z tonetlicr as brotners upon the ..... . .. s.niic piaionu. ii at the close o: this war we should Cn 1 ourselves with a groat- unanimify oi sentiman ana icc.iu.'. would it not be a cauie of siucere gia'i- . - . . r T (iido to God. who ductli ail turners v.t d.ptli :ii! tilings v.eil? At the close of tho BevolutionarT war, S) at was the unijn anion? the i so: !; that t;p first President of these United .Srats was elected without opposition. 3itiy it net be so aaiu'.' Why not? In e-.L-histoii. allow me to a J onem r,,a,',,n. f,V thinking that this rebellion may T)Ve Pcnf .Vial lo us i Iti 1t rr l 1 trust that it will have a tendency to make v.-. mw l.iMilv anriwiate our political ccno- - r- j i l . m;C3 0f our free povemmcr.t But cotv, ti.at the spirit of insubordiu-iioa is mc-a- ac;n2 our countrv, and a formidable and; wicked rcbcliien is (mkavouprr to over throw, what do wo tchoid .' Hundreds of tieid, ready t (i battle ior their coun- try's c: u-o. Las already exceeded five hun- ,rcJ theusai.d, t.i:d could te doubled m three months if otva.-icn ri'iniired. So that we may safely conclude that rebellion djemed. for it must todo.vn, tho-.uh tea ,.c-.i..I f..l ;.r.-.n j, '...(! .1,1 vi-t r... bciiion i.i'al l e cix.-h..l, sad the liberty be- uaeathed to th by iur uom aujc;:t-.rs, v.vi-l pn scjvc 1. my, and to be more strongly cUaehed to at Cavalry in the Field. , , , . V1 M nepa. lment l,.i? stoppe I t..c ra'syng ct atty new resitneiK? o tawi.. " ' r.'z'm-t i ..I ci-. ; f. i.-ii 1 y- l.-'i I e a . ? 1 : , '.'. 1 0 ? i 1 II ,':" . '""I 1 ri:r 1 o ... r ' .. s t-i Pensacola and Vicinity. p jlflT. ;m j,.,.., . . . ; Rrowu is no cnwor.hy sue.wor of Gcn.!m.r-v" t . i . , , , , t t a ( t .- tfir on ba. ,lt jJW a j ;t f.-jrrn.e3 0f - larPt cass all,i ;3eE i i-ua ivwu. sa, and various battcriea and ether w.uks . have been cicjtcd here. i 0a t! c "Md to the west are the reb- d works aud rebel encampments, which i L b 80 ofcn t!,,..:Ui Oni-e f , , . J j"., " ', ... ' i , his?,3? ?l"fVt. , ' Vl 1 " ",le "o repona or snarp ngut.ugcome to us from l ickens and I ensacola, the fol- , - . , .. ,. lowinj: information recarding tuose points Mi c . . " will 1k lit intirpsf- ., . , - ., , . 1 , e i I nc ciitracce of the bay, between Santa ... . J . . . ii i n -i .t.- :-i t : iciuuj uu iuc cast, aii'i uiu iiiaiiiiau.i ... . . . . .. -1 1 . ... 01 ii:u wesi, 13 aeont a muc wu.e. uui witu- in cxpamts iuto a capacious harb.jr.froa ,,. . ' J: 1.1. ..t .:..t loui 10 icu uuics in mum, aim cnurciv l ort i'lckecs is on the cx- . . - T.nrt rt thn isi:intl is I'ort Ai-1 flac. aud about a half a mile to the north, , :, .1: t i :.. fran ,,r ir nr:,n,H. . ., v . 1 .11. ., , . ,. . g , ' , ,, I v .. ..... ....... ..0 "i - - ' E.anua i oi -l aantvanoa ue i.ar- rancas. "en. Kraxi Jii ma s m -:iu cmiup. t , . i i.. i . . r Near! , ., .- . ., , --. , u 1Jib i'-'Hayjj", callUMtj ul - racks and the n;;val hosntal. Auout a situated in 1 attar i o.nt, where the saofe 1 . . 1 ,. . bends .-main to the north, ihe village of' u-, airenton lies i;ui.iedi atcly rdjaeeut to th r. nton lies itmjcdi itclv sdi-ieent to th wall of the Navy yu;J. ue town ot lensaeola, report. -d asevae - 1. is eight miles in a northerly di - Ihe uated I.VtlUll 1101a luc a . vain, rtliu tll VICLl. i . 1, 1 11 ; . 1 Braxton Brag? should have ordered us c- vacuation, if Le had positively determined - : ... ... 4i,.. v . 1 t .. r. ... 1 1 1 tj bicaeh i ort I l.kens "on 31euuav. it is .... i . 1 . 1 1 A 1 .1 his forts und batteries by tin t , iU . e Le was on the point of "torei 1 : . .....''. 1 1 1 .1 a c very troops ! Le was on the roint of -forein-' to surren - .... . 1 -' ...i- . .....fi .... .. .... , f, . .,. f v - u der, aa co-la by the vessels ot war winch he had - " ' . . . . -111 1 it, r. Jst "nUdlea Wlta bulIctS- 1 cusacola harbor tuc Oulf of Jlexico i 0 cns..,cop, . f which i thr- nrin. Jnal Florida had a vcar .) a ' ' O ' ru.lti.,a of .yjt 4 coo. it a .r.,rt of . fl j f a, , . cvert.,i;;a tn , , , ffV Tho ?! .5 arc generally old-fashioned Spv.ii-h ttruc - c . , ;.. ., ., nr(. r'l .'r: iiv f . .1 i-t . vn iitiirvi .-.r.-i :.. .11 .ir.!i'- turcs. The Alabama and l !o;ida Bail- , .u.i,..tt.i.(,.,.;ii .fA road, which connects the town with 'lont- j . . . , , ,, e pomerv, fAlx,) wa3 ccmMetcd shortly af - f - l. . . . ., i.i ter ecesston 1 hat part of t.ic road then "n . 1 1 w?3 nuw,ica Wltu Sr"t "Stc by ai..aa 1 I'avis uilltr?, bu mat itoooa una luuuiil Jit's , . . . . , , .. of c,'0.t viAQC3 Although that is ; biuei ... 1 : ..... , - , , , ' , cai'lUAC'i i. ... t luvit u. nit ua.u ' - -a i . t . ., . ,. . ' , ..,,, , ff climate is exceedingly healthful, crceopt far .bn:il vMMim3 r f y'1Lw fovcn hc ereoIe element predoraiiiates in t.,!-.:., r ku ci,,, npw n ir. n...-f v .ennn in ii-. ! iliiittii " nit V a 1 -- ii ft, l 'v liiiiku .ii. m im i , .. iu. Jackson drove out tue l.nti,h, who had es- tt. .',;.,r.u 7 .,,.,if., 1 t.'- T.)ni Kn, rfiniii-ipirr- i inri' i.v mt Ns itn ni ;, , . , " , , j nH" . . . .... '1 General Jackson, in cinscq ;.uco lutcu :ats ten r.." V . .' ri aiji lain a?. ij n iiii.il t;ie .1111311 vjj itinvi .. .. ... . .. nail retired, to eniiiuii:iti!. ln s . the: WU)le territory was ci 1 to the United . a ' v- a ft k v a v.i luiu 11 a & w a u v. - 1 is twenty-two feet of vra- j ..i. .1 l r i. -i'i.. i ciic.ierci i ! i - ; . i '. I ! i ' , ; 1 ! i I - I , l i . ! 1 I j , : ii , ' ; , I j i ' is the b-t harbor on I i. It is completely ! Oi lucianj to. I; j i 1 Washington a Northern City. vcntioti has pr.Urcri ip.aD Ue city, taops, " every description are open along tuoj avenue, and m tae otaer Lusmess s'reets. ; As t s--iel v. Northern centhmcn and ladies have supplanted th-ise wil "ave Lccrl tiiC cmarcaa o. the world of fusion, 'ihe cp.tidists of , our great free cttiei arc coming here. and. altUoUfeU ; jet c.tal,lishing tlieaiselves m great i r.3 aces, are undoubted! v Preparing ti I 1 J j A toriyu: ot .Northern tincrpiiie ana w-. Lol. t orney wiues .rom as.nugton lo the I hl.adt'iphu I rcSS OU t.iC 1: la one ot my leUors moi- titan a year 1 preuicted mat asiiiiig-on musi be- "-"J- .i..r.. ', c;...,.i,.-, n, ;.t........... m-i.; A ...... .. v r.;fr. i -.-... "i, id.-. ln '-"J"lu" -"- while lording over, had loaded down Wash-1 ingtoa with its want of rrogrc-s an I pri-i- Ctp! I Lcl:ed forward wlieu the darin?. savtati . r .. , v' . a.j v.-. , ana ciuinai s'lrnot 1 Cl'l'-O .'Ure T'tld rt nc.i 1 1 lead in s:c mo ena-iies. Ti.e--: a rcalid. l'i.-.l it:: arts '..i sei:n? :ti:i::it:e:i ; LT; lecn euro .liuu The surcs war, Vreeip t-icd ly the: the Sou htra trait? l-? after havir 'necn postponed by a Uepu'jii- , . . . . . . 11 T C;' 'Resident, so far as Lc could otter con- C.tliatiou. Has already proved to be a great - . . t.i .1 ficssing to the lois.iiei, ot i.o.a.a'j.a. - - . i . uu j- ; ' j ; i , , : ' i I i j . , t A Deserved Compliment. nhnrs t:ic Auvy h id rcc.-mc aomoraiiZa. s i.nt a few suiji.-. were in ruung cuiiUiiKu. ; t. n fi.- . .viost 01 our w:tr cbseis weie i'jlii'. at itiv. ir .1 .f 1 - . ti.,.n nf .n v r. 11114 1 - 1 .a..- - - . - - - I Gicat i'lju-ticc. says the Osweg) Times, has beeu done to the Secretary of thc Navy. nis.ant seas. bad resigned .N am o r the Ixst ohu'ers cf!"'i-i v . ro t ct tired with trcaron. Iu loet. i..v of ihe iiutill but ffiC c was but little Lft ive c. vy tthich had euee been the pu le ot Americans. I pon ?.!r. Welles dev jiv.-d the duty ol'r-c nU.ru.t iag this arm cf the scrvioo. l et the min cer in which Le Las performed U be an au- A-li.it time that Le Lcs had Le Lr.s put . J r.t a formld ili: flotilla of -wooden wnlis well lataiticd" L-3 has mr.lo the blockade as fr.etive as is pjjiille to render it and lie bus commission to take com man 1. I t';e r . . A A A.' 'A b VI AAll.ll ay have made ' lie S'Tili mi -takes ; noiut itai man is wholly ; txen-rt by reS-a ... , !;.! L must be injje.1 I'l l.. -o ! iO ri. v i'l i'.i hnirir to Secretary v. e-lcs. i ev. raeu ecu.. 1 Lavs aceompHjlieJ ?o t,n;;h in tho sane ?raiw of tini?; v.o do Pat sec l.o'.v any riau cou'd li tv; d.m-2 m.-.re- lit Seefetary Wi-Jles '..-.ve thc credit that is h!s due. .ct Lira hi Itne wu as a patriot, v.'.ns; o'jly desire Las 1). e:i to pervc his country, and who has bcr.t all hi j energies ia that direction, with sT.Tto l$ f-ar or favor. . i .-I cf tl lb, i i si THE BLUNDERBUSS. "TO SHOOT FOLLY." THE EDITOR GOETH TO CHURCH. Skinflint's Prayer. ,,rVC,l wcr0 ihr. w'l0 ..l0Pit ;;lJtlv bivr-l ; .t-. A - in thU of r.rr. i . . w f c ! !:;..! nrp iti. -. r. T.i.-r.- u? .1. rt m . r , i j iv j "- r" " a '"S vory devout, as Le always does on Surd ay. With bock in hand, he was repeating with tV. rt of Ul, con-r-.tion thatmrd l tongr,g ation, that mcud prayer, commencing, '-Our Father who art his business. But, I, after mature delib- Eeirg at church, a3 usual, a few Sun days ago, I was politely offered a seat in .. . . . J. . . ' trie richlv ami s .t v pm , ..w. rtv r.f i-itt hly aud softly cushiiicd r-cw j i - " " . ... ,.,m,,-,m.. u-mi: . wealthy neighbor. Skinflint ln "'-aien. i. nca nc rea-i tue passage, Foriiiva us our debt, a wp CvrmvA nor ..... c . .. au dUi4yi illicit Catuueu til' m; p3 of my , i0U3 nckUbor, wLica directed nv -uCn'wa r10rc ci:scij lo liic meaning 'hp wr.r -- 1 Sardy my neiglibor was cot thinking cd he breathed that "amen." , , w.iere or Wi;on hae . ... had he ever forgiven a "debt- or a sss,c!o iUr-u or" asin-lc farthing. "that he should set himself up as an csawpb of clenscucj and; ask to be forgiven onlv as he had been for- S ,ivil,s? Wlo wa3 the victim he had ever j r 11a. 1T ... for-.ven a deot to whilst a penny could be 0 1 J u- wnln3 fk"Jln J'iia Certainly such an oc- eurrence wa3 not known in the coicmuuitv wheie Lc l:d bairns must be paid. n0 matter at what saenfiee to the debtor. " uac carcd wiicther wile or children v,i c,.,.i.,, ...i t , . ... ,, . t , - fastless, (kit was net his business; Lis! 14 . l.tOJi (Htlb IIUa. 111 ft. Ill 4 1J11 1 : II X oration, concluded to put iu a counter te- J(v. ti.; i t i v . , !tui,n, and crelaimed loud enough to be I'cara halt way across the church. "Gxl ftLi1-" I was aroused from the reverie .. ......... . tiinto which I had fallen, by the condom- U CJii.t t- ii-i d: c t ; . . ... IT a. 1f'i, , i i.v. 1 1 v :r. . . . . it was no minister resumed his discourse. The con- :,.; n , i :i. ti- t -a- ercg-uion settled in.o their original position, , . ... . r anu I was t.-.i.-klng how many prayers are m.iJe to ..;iCar(i of rdcn. jjow 0irca r . . ... ... do men pray, when ia Tcality, '-they know mt w'u:it lLeJ saJ" nor &x for the' . ,e .vi 1 .1 . .. a. a , i tt: , rrono'C an nmnrlmpnt to t!.f en u ' . .. . ..... lime pcil.l n. IC is a mere audition of two , . ... , , words, viz : " I org! ve us our debts, as we oi'jhl to forgive our debtors." 1 think iiu rii ,;;... ,n ..a.i, .r , ,.i ., t .. .vvaatfttJt. u VI a Ita UI1IVU1 I 0f inon.isttncy, ad will bs sueh a prayer .1 . . . 1 a5 C3a trom ta0 verJ bMorsx of their h?arts, rosprnl araca to. . . . ... . , I . ..- .. i.T'II I. .-. ... 1 a .! u.j vnn uaici-r ' L Scuerany got it, ior mac was i tvaaiAta. ia a jeuci, even in reng iroy; na, and I triiit the "fathers" will rce to " tildt mJ ornament is a:lortcd. 111c oiiginu model sees:s to Lave been ... ... .. . 1 ' . i' I'r cIar2 1 unt.r the l.apressioa that au who t....,.,. : .. -n ,. i .... .. - c.ca.1.- i. ..i.i pa, tun rei. - iou. - uU or. Sunday, and not ov, r s,rnr.:,l;- .. . JUJH,v r.n.l K, et,rtnij nx' . T . . 3 - .--- u t c.cij-u.m j '- " 'e"0 impor.aiii mat u. .i....,.i... jumiuvu nmu. i i;; hkic. ,. .... ... ... ,.....-rt.i .,...7 i t. . ler3 of ne; ub) i; wouid act j.uj oil on th2 troubled vra- s c:asci:nx. It is true, it might not altogether Lar- resize '3 rraetK-o ted Lis iravcr?, but ivO, n',-!"''. Iho in.-rri'v lo-.f n..-.r - c J ' exis'.j. - j I ! i i ' I i 1 ! 1 I I i ; ! i :-.... i : 1 , WARREN. How Walk in Comfort—Something About Boots and their Evils. From Dicken's A H the year Round - - r . t, j 11 r y t ? spoilt ("'"' v o ' cau-nJ" lio jiftiiu. an 11 j ylj waiKinz loses same ot its jirjce ana v r- ; , . ti . ; . ; 1' - , tlC ,.,...! o t'"-s cr out f ,t3 "c1'1 llQe Wlth j LceL Sin. cru! people ni tern r- """S;" - .hCTf:. ' :V .r;.:" T ' i Z ! F':"c " v:'"-""u' UJ" ' . ,.., , dav r nr - , . - . ii-ir ri Tir i : i ? mplj ul Liif ijul. uaj c -v-- ..- anywLcrcia tae heel all but several i ... ... . sary conscpienee is, that the full strength of the natural lever for raising the body is destroyed; the cflhrt has to be made at a st ol much i nisy 1 v" HiCt 1 tv or tlnrtv mile wa.K is more man the hampered foot uric'iinery has power to sustain. For thi, reas m, says Dr. Jleyer. it is lll.,AlUIAlll.OAt. 4Ul t 1 U ft lliJft!UIM U ft ifli.it'iiiri t nn. irtrn Tronii n vn. wrona to suppose that because a shoe isi'-"'-" eav ft i-: rieht. or that a caste of the foot, i bca'a-.althy on?. wou!J make th:-! lct 1 is: f.r the.-hoc it is to wear. Allow- j aaeo s'.o tl 1 bo made f,r the graJnl return 1 the K.c it toe t, its place, ty Icawng its ; ( '. . seme extent at least) vaemt for : ..,1 r-i.r;fin r '.?ifl, Tr,?'ir:. .vl,n-fi 1 U - 1 y ..... IVIIIq m . A . ... i,1.00. the j -ii.t Las taen forced into undj-j r r-1 ctien. Wlien a sl.o -maker now leiis a customer that he trcp. Is very much on one s:.!c. be ia fact corjpliiaents Lim by the itif naation that he has a healthy and un ''''.- .rated f ct, . d.terrataed to tread sticight. It is precisely because cuiMren s feet are only ia the Cr" t stigts of injury, and r-re more nearly as Go l made thau as they arc destined to lc made by thc shoe makers that children especially come into troublj with tho shoemakers, or with the f.arvits nnd guardians who bolitve rather i nines than ia feet, for "treading on one 1.-." A string and healthy fcot tramples , I t j 'j1?1 11 made pair of boots be placed h' le si tint their hk touch, their 'Ai lt trough the whole 'n f?00 icstep from the place : of tie lail of t!ic great toc tte end ' of it. They will Uiverie onlv at the roun.iivl a foolish shoe out as far as possible into the form it ought at first to have had. Even the distorted foot, after the shoe. j maker has done h's worst, will often tread j over the leather of the inner eide of the ! boot heel, because of a natural effort of the j foot-hcel to brins itself into some armroach, 1 1 the right line with the great toe. In a Fperly made ahoc, then, the great it and H... UI l, n..;. -.:u i!.: - : l i r . . . ' . . u. nu. icuuia 1 " laiuiaccu ror tnem. Ana since Uey are to te in a line together, it must follow ccdj. where the great toes round off into the little ones, along whose line, and no where else, any possible pointing of the shape cf the boot sole can be got. ? A Mule Story. P"'t a lile cf imprisonment. Ice 8&1 rcu!hlIJ' fur n in the fiuarters and presence of a M .... ... ol: -r. ihe sohiier tooK the amongst "sojurs." 'Jis So.-Thc Charleston Courier says : ..Comore Tatnall has set the men of jna aa amP'? r'l lae sa.u w. . n' " f"5 ?.,m b5c ; t F'.. " r" Tatnall "perished in the attempt" to anve old cuss hadnt any business to be around aJU surveyed trie field and fold, and set to misgivings, was granted. The boys, drcss- - we jraru oi aventucky tanners, went " "ou. oouC..uS Cameron square, lhere will be a news unl'..it 11". 'i-l a patent medicine store, and steam fcrry. and Henry Ward Deecher 1 asnr.ar.ccd to give a lecture on tho relation of freedom and slavery to civilrra jdttx l,':'a " ' ,al. MT l I heard a good story of two cf our soldiers. at I'adueab, yesterday which will psy for its space in icpcating. . Whn our troops first received their teams the-7 wr troubled to procure forage, so the mules we.rc turncd loose or tethered in the US, ,f t5? .lc"'Tn- Oaaonally a I??" the out- few formd lumselt minus sorae twenty-five or thirty. ihose which strayed awav were canrnt nn by the rebel speculators and taken toBland viile, back to Columbus, where they had accumulated some fifty stolen and pur chased animals, which were under fivi? of Slx Keepers. The two privates mentioned (.memocrs ot the lortieth Illinois Volun- teersi. hcarinrr of ti e vUmni. r ,. stoek' aslicd General Smith's permission to .11 1. attempt their recapture, which, with some I, incf ua msKey with them wLutvcy such as trie Kentucky rebels like to eot drunk onrr,.n,l fti,i linrW , the first objjet was to get thea as comfor- koly tight as possible, which was not long' f! . 1 " ... . . ,, la Lcln accomplished. Then the boys-- w i - j W t0 0 arJf ct owa tte ar3' and mounted two of the best, without sad- n ' onaje. ana started for raducah. luv. ..u loi ioii.jnca ata DreannecK pace, and brayiDg in the mcst diabolical chorus. The: keepers were not long ia diivering the trick, and gave chase as far aa they deemed it prudent to our lines, but to no ouriiu.-e: anu iu cooa season aaturdav ar. 1 - . . , . G . . J tcrnooa the bovs made their annearaneeat 9cn- Smith's headquarters to report, their tacts U-ai hard to describe. Their repcrt was a fton.- . .. . r liensation densation of Laconism: Gen. Smith 'Well boys what luck?" Soldier 'We g't 'cm, and more too.' Gen. Smith 'How many did you get?" Soldier 'Forty, I reckon; haint counted tra." Gen. Smith 'But that is more than we have lost You did not steal any, I hope. Soldier 'Steal: K-ristophcr, steal! No, sirrce, but didn't have tima to put thebara up after we had got Uncle Sam's out, and. the G d d d things would foller." 'I hen the General drew on an elongated countenance, and as stcrnlv as thou2h ba a 3 niu oecn a judge ana was scatcncing actu- tured the language gcucral lecture un. ...... .... ... ... casiiv, ttvmi:i2 nis hat nervou3iy tne wane, and whan the General had subsided, apolo- shii as follows; iV, Hnnml ten. I... mca Hi 1 d d things ail day to git'em into ol a suddenly. J - 1 aen tlie uencral s rigidity relaxed; a smil?, or rather a laugh, came up from his heart, r.nj tried to escape from the corners cf Lis mouth; but discipline is discipline m -m-.e c.K.rr n,l it wmiM nnt i . fi!!.i.- c-i.-h l.ri.O(.fi nf iTni.:rnTYl irt - ....... . pr.31 ucnollcjd; but in consideration of the reeajtcrcd twcaty-Sve mules, "and more too," he did not infiict any severe castiga- uja or ptiL laem ua-aer arrcdi, uui maua- ir.i iT.o.-.i f.i. th. s.r-i..iai rpndpre.7. disi. missed them with a caution to leave their . profanity behind when they came again to " - - hcad.raarters. and the toys left, declaring as thev closed the door, that sucn a pious i. . - lvti.(I ill Dupont's cxpoitiou. the news Las tat; that a soon as ha saw the Wabash, in I'oi t Roysl harbor he ran up the creek with his Qxt, and has not shown himself since. WnTisivisfl to Happkn. The Prov- t 1 , .:i.i.r.ii;.j .aciiec oourti.11 ti feaiini.ic wi .oio wu one: "An eruption of 1 ankecs is threat ened at lteiufbrt. The first those South Daroliiiians will know the town will be laid . . . ... f. . . A ... A " - c-ruor wis, ocwaiu iri .uS ... ,a TV.- T!.ff'.T W nCll F.3ALK lICsruTi".1. Commercial ssys that agDt!cman who ar rived frcu Toronto on Tuesday evening, where he had resided since .May, states that of the thoasiad English soldiers recently stationed at that place, nearly six hundred have deserted, lie relates Instances wher -thc men left in squadi. Many were re taken, but thc mnj ority mauaged to escape.. Trcnt'iee says when he sees a young lady waving thc war flag of tho South, he con eludcsthat she is anxious for an engage ment with some good locking Union man.