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f aiwsmMW " H-"V'-5-r 2" - Sfcl -A'i" ..b ; Z.'inX3T'-ia SUIT ,"v "'fr & 3 . . Jigft& -r !rs. . - i f 't " .--. c f ,. .i.hi k!3 3-tf .2TS . 20GJ JU2 j ''tiy.3J. h""i'i.!; n- .Tf .--. ,iio, l- 9kA &W J. Wi ROBERTS, .U i ' . - ScboicS fo-Sgleijiitji-e, eclftiij.cs, fltfs, Kctos, 6eii,ety.' liteite. ;' Vv. r- i j (,, J .. i i Ml '.IS Editor ari;PrtKielft .a." ' a-jt1' tjjij ., ll .) ijrf !ifc ' C w ...fl . , The " " ' " - - "-' v .i jO Zi SUIT - J inaep f-inj imi i; k. y I ""-B L .am "'. y I n ' H S v i IXJz Ttt " ,-J .' ' -' : S 4 VOLUME III, NUMBER 43. ------ ttairil fwlm ' - - r ' ' tSDE THE CUOSS. I eanant, nionnt hi, Oat of my bmUd i.d breaking heart, Ftormtlririrn !otnt thom et way, Wbtld blnoJ ilropi ilatt From tJtry pore, I drae .in "Thy wlU, O C.xl, ba doo ! I tbouflit.bat yesterday, Ny will u one with GoJ' .lear will ; ' And that It woulJ be awjet ta ay Wtutirerlll JJy bnT -tjteViouU amll upon "Tliy will, O Co J, bj Jobs." Bat I waa weak ana wrnn-. Bat weal; of aoul and wroaj of hsart ; Aad'pride In ata-abme waa ttnD(, With cunning art. To cheat mi in ihe golden aun. To ay.'Gd' will be dme." O, shadow, drear and eoM, That frights me outuf foolish pnda; 0 flaoJ, tiiat ttrojft-li ray lijsoai rolled lt billowy tiJc, 1 said, till ye your wer made known, 'CoJ'a will, uot mine, ba donsl" ITow, faint and tore afraid Under ray cross, heavy and rude My idols In the ashes laid. Like ashes strewed, TUy holy word my pale lips ahan O, Cod, thy will be don: !" Pity my woes, O GoJ I And touch my will with thy warm breath; Put in my trembling hand thy rod, lli-t quickens death; jfThat, my dead raMfraay trel thy sub, And say, "Thy will be done !' JRfatti jnticlL HT C1PTUHE AKD ESCAPE." A STOB1" OF TUE TTAR. In the rank of my regiment, I aiti ve ia Vnliiiiin, in June, 18(31, ml 4s noon after ni out !o the s.icril -oil of Virginia. Our reim"nt wa tnt to ilie Jvii-e of tltc Fftieiai lini", and port'Oiia ere sent out u picket tlii y. Wlit-u it came 10 my 'urn lo ailvHiice tirar ihe eiifinv's Iine, 1 fell tomi npprel.ension for my bnffiy ; nnJ (luiuii I a a yol.lu-r 1 mu-i .(rHnkly (Oifes lAaiel the rinV f the Conlederate bli:iipliniilfir. Near where nur pickets were hiaiion,-tl.,a!a little old l'1-.liiuned log IwUse lliat ltk ed connoriab'e and tlu-euig, and ifieii made me feel s-d; when yeaind in -onie nook or coiner j: tlu- bu-lie",wifbin -"he euiy. Hr iliat old lojj li !!. made my li-ari jiilpimte, and Jiw from me deep ami heavy sighs Nl thai I had lost one pirm-le of my ptriutim, or felt any ihe le biv and wiilitigfto iiglu lor uty country; Inn it would brin to my mind pi.tnrs of liomn, and of tl.e niant pirasam s:t-ne 1 had psvd wi it hi-ieis and bioiher and oihers aroun I tlm fjmilv board. 1 utiiiced liitl Hie hoti-e wa occuj led, and Uir lorm .'tlud in ami out, an I one in p HiiuutV Uiat drew m aiteiiiion. 1 became deeply itueteietl in the 'Bm-tte f thai hou-e and. u 1 thuiiglit the ma ter tr, it wi-nid a. if 1 could ni lettrain my cmi -iiy.bni I mu-i tit-ii i:. S..nd m a- i did b lnD iwu hua r armies, what i-nuld induce iia imnat'.'S Vt lennin with de fctruciinn ti-ible all around them. It wag a beau iiul alltriio.iu in the lxiter pan of June, that 1 wa.s again on (ticket duty 'in the ticinify of the lg bouse. 1 was deteituined tliai diy, to ntily Hiy curiosity. Lav'in my con -patiiiu, i slide across a Ueld or two. watching wiih a igiluley every bush end leiice er pretrnt a vuipriae. As 1 'appioauhed'the lioust- I heard a phin tie foiig, 80 sweetly thai 1 wept, though 1 felt ashamed of myself at a foldier for mv weHknes. I drew close ilipbenide the hoHse.and in a coucidng poi ion.1 feiieiiily listened. The song cted, a heavy hasty.step souuded on Ike flior. "Fatber. wliai, i ibe smnfer ?" 1 brJ'avoice eXcI-tim.llMt was mingled With aa agitated and mournful (jutver. J,lly dear daughter, y-u and your other, depatt'at once. You must go to Washingtoii, and from ibence Ju eaa1 ind your y to Maisacliu!ett:, when your uncle live. Tall him that I, Id "brolb; r, impjorejiin to protect you uutil I reach )0uT Our country U ?5m udTjitfewBdrlttrr ruin wwn to UugoTer it, , jt)li. C5od, when will via ABliI I" "Atid tom. George,' I believe tin ra the voice of hi wife, "where are "Where am I gmtuj V he gasped. Ooil ..nly knows 1" Why! what5 on earth do you mean?" lairlr.acreMHed hi wife. "1 wtnaH this,' he wd wore calmly; "I an uotnif into the CoBledeiaie army ot from my own frw will but fiiMi compu)l.ioB, Vt safe m' properly fiom cfeaiioH, to save home lor. you sd Jenny." "Ob father, do not join ihe C mfed rate army, but fight tor ih old Star bihJ 8triprt, aa.l for the country you liTcew hiagloed," and Jenny cauglu -- Im father .kt Um acck, ami kissed I could get but a single ghnce at her face, but how lovely ahe looked plead ing lor her t-oun'ry and her father's honor. The mother wa standing b. -ile, and tbe'gtctl teara flr.weil iloun her ;l eeka and dropped on hi head. "Come.dear father, le: us go North; Uncle David is a good man, and we an live in Mlt ty there.'' The fan ei sal iMeuing to the plead i"ir ol his daughter, and these weie j'inedby the wile with such stiirinj; pathos lhat he yielded and conseiiied to l-ave iujiniedi titdy for Washington, and j .in the Federal army. "Yua have decided m; I vs. all go." he exclaimed, and 'tlu terror' that a.i taieJ him a moment before had etniri-lt flel. "Blcsa you, father 1" xlaimed Jen ny, as ahe dtew back Jin ohi ImmuI thai againat the wall, over the man.le p'ece, and fiom its aecrel hiding place drew out a MHill, beautiful S ar Span gled liauner. "There, my father, under the folds of that dig you.muot tight, if y.m go lo war. but not beneath the Palmetto, the Pelican, amijUe.surpeBi;" and she threw it aiound hi ahoulders.while bin stalwart foim braced up, and his eyes biigluened ai he pressed, ihe S-ars and Stripes to his bosom. Uoa I loved, thai girl, as she stood there in all the injes'.y of her piide, aziu' on her lather. 1 could have loulii a re"imeut of rebels at thai moment, or as many more as might havo been brought agains' me. Had I iKen ready lo marry at that moment lwou!d hate made that uirljny wife at least a dozen times. But my thought upon that Riilject were ol 6hort dura lion, for just hs the lather was about to nuke pieparations to Mart fiom hi home in stepped lour rebel snldieu, under the command of a Corporal. "Well, sir, we have, called for you," said the Corporal, "and 1 don't think we came any too soon;" and he snatch ed the fl.ig lit muff the ahouldeis ol the man and iluevv it n the fl or and t-pp-il up hi it. That's the way ne niil et our lit-eN on the tit-clis of the Yankee invader." Hon' in v blmiJ foamed; it didn't boil, but rael, through my tiins a it it would burst them. Suddenly Jenny prain !orard,an I )Uhed thi Cor p r.i! back with ur.li force-that he al m 'Sl fell ill on ihe fl lor.and then sua di ed up the tlg and limned it in ln lace. 'A under its folds tyranny w ts driv en from toe lau I. so ili ill iru ors be tlihen out or !iun; anJ if 1 ere a man I would purisli toil or the iu-uli ton lu.ieoriVrrdihisd'Wflst'O' mine " 'I iJi'n't ci-me Jieie io tim the wotn-n," Milih.1 Corpon doggedly. Come.' Mi. Divis. y.m have been dialed ah I mjit-'g" to the army." I will iiotTfigi.t aajnt my will," exclaimed ihe man iXliibiiu some sin id resistance. But you shall. S ire him. men." The lehelspmttgfurwjtrd and caught Davis, but being a stiong m tu. he hull ed them Irom him. Again they i up'-n him with more succiss nl ere proceeding lo bin I linn. I could valid it no longer, 1 rushed to the don, ouie-imi'i: "Cyme on, boys; we have thtra now 1 ' 1 dashed fllto the house, im I j 1st al thai mi rai'iii down w. nl one "of the rebel, levelled to Hh- fl r by a chaii iu the hands of Jeliliy. .igain Ihe chsir wlnrlci in the air. and cm down upju the' heal of the Copord. The icb-;ls wire fiigliiened Lint lld I'lnm the house; bill seeing 1 was alone reunited to ihe com In'. Dili "9 still bound, and could offer no asU- ftuce. The tight W4s u pjd, and I was overpowered n 1 taken prisoner. Davis and myself it- hi itched off t the enemy's t'amp.while Jenny and tier nviiher were left alone in Hie houe. . Fp'r'tip.s days I wss a piuoner in the enemy's camp near Fairfax Court Houe. WlMiJutl become of D iVis I knew 1iiH. and what becamo ol me 1 jared im'. now that 1 had lost the brave giil 1 bail lea rm-d to love. The t'ay had pased gloomily away, and night had come again. I whs seated in a .-orl of biusb tent, with a guird pacing up mid tlowu in front of it. paying more attention to me ihaii necessary. Wbil Josl in happy tlmugjits of home tnd Jeniiy, 1 heaid a rusiliug fluise be side me, and a delicate baud was laid on my arm. , "Follow me. quickly, and I will save you," he rhi-pered in my ear, and placed her hand over my moulli. 3'ie then withdrew, and l,sn.kelike, eraWled out of the tent alier her. Cautiously we moved along until wo came :o the guard. Who c mes there ?" enme quickly, and we dropped down upon our places The gu-ird pted on, and we crawl ed, forward, sopping ,i,e?. , Tl' .ruard was rnuiuing. and we laid Mill moil he had aaaiu u-ssed. aud then we pusl e I forward more rapidly. 'We are mow beyond ihe camp, but we have the picket's to pass yei. My tail.ef i" waiting for u just yonder, said she. lurinag a liul i 'he elt. ..v.... .. hrave uirl." I venture l '.rvsay, ihr ino knowing what else I .A wve mW. bat-she placed her y Bomht with a genUe "f ". ,.T Haab!' Secreted in the btiMtPS was her fath er, who family urasred mv bauds- as we j .tiled him. Jenny then plaeed a mu.kel in my hand", and I cou'd sen by ihe dim light that her f.idier was provided with one, anil the brave all I ieailes girl c.tni d me, though 1 must c nfess lather awkwardly. 1 was all etnii.-iity an 1 iiiXdy to know how ihe ht.le Trail creature could accoin pliti so much. "1 am afraid we will have to fight the pickets;" hnid her fathei; "but ttV life or deatii. and if we can scare ihefn we aie !le." In peril rt silence ire approached the locality ol the j icket guard and thought that we had eluded their tigilinev when a quick and (lightened challeii burst upon us. This was followed al moit ?niaull) by n Hash, when a bullet whizzed clj.se to my head. "Charge on them, boys," shouted Davis as he lired. and 1 tiui'-kly sent a InillcH in ilw direction' 'ot the' rebel picket. 1 Jenny's musket come 0 her shoulder, md as it ws dis chxrged site .reeled and would have fall'-u io the ground, but I citiht her, and iu a moment she lecovered from the shock. We heard the enemy's pickets re treating iu alarm, ittid making ihe most of their confusion we dahed toward ihe Fedeial lines some half a mile dis tant. 1 had made my escape, but not through my own siratet;em or skill, but by the constancy, work and energy of a young and brae girl, whose patriotic heftrt would not forsake her honored and beloved Government, and whose deiei mi nation rescued her father from ih hand of the oppressor. , The muke's sh provided us with were secreted in hei father's house. Stie had loaded them, and at night elu ded the vigilance of the enemy's guard, and deposited them where she delivered them to us. S'le bid us a touching farewell, and in company with her mother proceeded to Massjuniisetts Her lather enlisted in the Fedeial army, and now, hide by si le, wo are lighting to dtliver lii home from the nam! of the oppessor, while 1 look lorw.ird with planre to the iiay when 1 sha'l be awarded the hand of Miss Jetiuv as a reward for my elluri to at her la. her. ftaMHaiwm A Clergyman's Joke. I was spi tiding a night in a h tel in FieipO'i, Illinois. Alter breakfast 1 am i nit" 'he siilin-rouiifWhere I me witn a pleasant good-humored naveler. wio. like mthell. was waning J.r ihe moin ng train lioiu tialeim. We con verseil pleasantly '0 seveial topics, an il neelli" two voting lubes mcol and kiss each other iu Hi'' '"el. Hie rou-i 1 :- .Vy. ; .u. ..1...... veisatiuti turned 011 Aimik? 1 isi aboui vtiaiuju u.hc J,;.. 'he time ihe niiin vvah nppioacliliig. nt 11 in. . 11 Come, s:d he. taking op his ctr , , 7, .. ... nei-bi" ''.since we are on o sweet t T ." -, , ,, 1 , ,, -iiiii. ct. let ushiiV- a practical appll siuij.1.1, ni 11 v re .hIioii I'M niiki a 11ron.1sn1.Mi to ton ciioii. i 11 m .i - 1 i . I'l aie to kis thcni'is beautiiul Inly .'..?": I. li ...... v.... be,.,,, the uiinrvii- wj -- 3 . j id 41-, il Ju Will kiss tne neX. piet 1 ..s , 1 beinj Ihe jtldije." .he piopo-i ou stHg'o'reil men little, , ' - . .. nd I aa.il lul. WI ! her J .. jaj .n en nest or.,, fun; bit a. h. won db , as ,hej. in it as 1 couhl possib y be. .1 rre-il. pmtiding he woulJ d Hie tiisl kiss:n3', though my heart l.nle.l me Mimewh.il as I saw his black eyes fairly -piikle wi b daring. "Ve.s, ' said he, 'Til try it firt. You tike the hick car, and go in ho 11 ili. Iront end. where you can see the faces of the ladies, and you stand byj the one )0si think the handsomest, ana I'll come in from behind ami kiss her." I bd hardly stepped inside the car when I saw at the first glance one of the loveliest looking women my eyes ever fell 011. A beauiiful.blmid. wi h auburn hair, nni u bright sunny face, lull of love and sweetness, and as radi ant and flowing as the morning. And further seaich was lotally unnecessary. I immediately took my stand In tlie aisle of the car by her side. Sue was loolt-ing-out of the window earnestly as if expecting some one. The back door opened anl in stepped my hotel friend. I poined my finger slyly at her, never dreaming thai he would dare to carry out his pledge; and yon may imagine im imrrur and amazement wheu he siepped up quickly behind heV. and,. .,..7...;.i.r over, aisseil her wnn a rem" 1h.1tm.11le "my mouth water" fromeinl to end. 1 expecttd of course a shuek of iirror..and a row generally, and a knockdown; but astooUhmentsuoceed d aslnnishmenl when I saw her return ihe ktses with rom ound .interest. Quick as a flash he turned 10 me and said, . . Now.sir, it is your turn, potnung 10 a hideoqs. uly. winging old woman i... . .1 in ilu? seat behind. Oh.tou must excuse m! ya must exeu-e me !" 1 ex.daim.-d. "I m so.n thUiim-. IrJwP- tDoU.lliMwlio vou have beeu ktssing." "Well." aid he, "mm yw OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, JUNE man of so much taste and such quick percep ion 111 let you otf." And wtfHll bursi'iu'o a peal of laugh ter, as h said: , "This is my wife; I have been wait ing for her. 1 knew that was a a!e plOpoM'ioii." He told the story to Ids wife, wl.o looked tenfol I sweeter as -lie heard i. Before w'e reached Cbic.igo We ex changed cards, an I I discovered lhat my gvni.d companion was a popular Epixcop tl preacher of Chicago, whose n.imo I had, ficqueiiily heard. When ever I go to Ciiicao 1 alwiysoo u b-ar him, an I a heartier, moie na'ural air I more eloquent preacher is hard lo find. He was then but a yotin: tnsn; he is n W well knwu as one of Hie abe-.t divines of the Episcojial dcBOmi n.ilii.n of the West. Important Arrest. A young rebel lady (?) who resides near Suffolk, Va wns recently captur ed on the c.rsal Norfolk, having tikeii passage for Dixie. She refused to :ic company the officers sent to arrest her until told she would be foiced to go. unless she obeyed the command. Her parasol was at once taken from her. The account says: "Sue underwent a strict examination, and ihe parasol a strict dissection. In geuiouidy concealed in the handle was a loug compressed roll of thin paper, upon which was nnxiremcly tninuie description of our forces, with the ex act number at each point, the best modes of entrance and exit by which certain captures could be m ide. Lo calities were marked d.own.forliticUions liaceil and enumeiated. The number of "Monitors" and gunboats iu the locality weie spoken of aud it was a serted that the Union foices at Sdlolk would shortly abandon that place and fall back within a short distance of Norfolk. The. inOvtmeut of tio.'ps in the vicinity of West Point was given iu considerable ihtiil. A drawing ol ihe touuiiy accompanied iht letter The roadf, Mreaui. &c , weie mtred wil'i gieat precision. Everything wasineut'oned wib great accumey and very minutely. TitV in foimatioii would have been of uijlohi value lo the lehels. and It seems ex tiemely strange how mi much could b obtained so correct'.- by the abettors ol our enemies. There are other pirlies implicated along nilh Miss lb.ziei. TttOot iheui have al-ob'en anested. One l Mis. iVebb. an eld rly lady, from li.st house li c document cime. Ti e,alleg ed wriler is a Mr. S u ', au.a nuiirj at l.nv, aud who w is. lor three y eais. the Mti'ur, of Xjifolk. He is now tu custody. The in'eicepled documents vverp ail dicsscd io the Conimmder of the Con led. rase forces on ihe Bl.ickwler. Miss Hosier had been dtlegited lo inn tllein iliioil'h the bloikade, and have them I i.. .... -. I.il lv l.t,. li.r .sli.i(l f lit llMl Hl wnt IITjtt IV, illl "IK'iH ij iii'einiHii. one ,11111 uiu iiui.-i 1 in 1 n.i.i- . 1 . 1 li'VileiiMy been 111 .lie the m ni il lools 1 . .. . , r .1 . ..:. 1 1 , wjj. , tj perfoim lhat which , - r , , . il-ey llieiiisvlvcs were lo h ti do. f , . . The whole was a well laid scheme I ... . r v .1. li ,.olir,ip.i.d ihecaiiMiieof Norlolk. . . 1 ' . , . 1 .,, Ul, , ,IU, WliV, ,n wimdi 11 coul.l . " , ....,, : b ',"'":- ",l ' SIV,,, '" -Jf,n,,nl l" iiiienileil. bae and tliu oilier 1 id n.ivi ,,. .- . ,, ,:.,,. ,, ,L-tl.mr miui ar- . .. .. . ...... . . --, r- .nice at nil eaiiy iiay. Tne plaees wliere (Jeneral Viele and V 3 is 1 U'lVernor-a leiiioui.' roineu nciv ui-nj recommended Urn u. ,,. , v )lU,. I y - A w Uovernor-1 lerpontrolileil weie oesi wis uiveil al.owin how this might be doiie.-but 11 is unnecessary lo uulold it ao.loynl teailers. t . 1 WIIIW The Bebellion. How hollow the Confederacy of ll e r-bels is may be gtlhered fiom the fol lowing items. The first is from the llileij-h Standard, ilia organ of Gov. Vance, of N-irlh Cirolina. It shows that already there is a rebellion within a rebellion. So let it he: 'We know that military -dspoli-m is making i.tpid sirides in these Suites. We know lhat no people ever lost tluir liberties at once, but 'step by step, as some detdly diseae steals upon the avstent and cratltially bui surely np the fountains of life. The aigumeut now is, we hate Lincoln so bttterly,thnt in order to resist him successfully, we must mxke slaves of ourselves. 1 lie answer of our p.eplc isl "We mil be stave neither to Lincoln, nor Davit, nor h runs. nur EwilauiL;-- .tfortli uarouna is a Slate, not a Province. She Jins 8J,000 as brave iroops as ever iroa me earth. ..... "When she calls them they will come. If the worst should happen she will b able to lake care of hersejl as.an in deindeni Power. S'lewill not,subtnu to Mr. Davis being invested with die Utorial 'pikers"' '" . The Hen'lerson Time", in speaking of the approaching Congresiioual elec tion, ssv; , -Beware of the Fire-Eilers I T,hey .,- .!,' fa-rends of ihe old' defiinet Dem.Kirallc party who fight their bil lies ia bar rooms, or iu the shade. Thev aided to precipitate sib aofton 201868. -. jft- States into a revolution which has made a breastwork of Virginia. .North Caro lina, Tennessee, and Missouri. Let ll.im be- Anathema Mdrunalh ! Give them the teinS of Government, and af ter ie-'Ce, they will quickly carry u to perdition. Inflaencs of Xothers. John Randuloh never ceased, till hm thing day. 10 remember, with unutter able alt'ection the pious cale of bis moiher. iu leacl.imr him to kneel nl her side, and,, with his little hind pressed Hioe'iier aim rnieu upuaio, 10 repeal iu slow and measuteJ accents, the pit tern prayer. My mother," said Mr. Benlon, not long befute he died, "asked me not to drink liquor and I never did. She desired me at another time lo avoid g.imiug.aud 1 never knew a card. She hoped 1 would never use tobacco, and it never passed my lips." Not long ngo, the itev. Dr. Mills, in one of his powerful appeals to mothers, tocoiisecraie their children to ihe mmis iry of the Go-pel said: "A youth, af ter great deliberation, and with the knowledge that his mother desired him to be a clrrg) mati,deeided at last 10 be come a 1 iwyer; aud soon after bis moth er inquired of him in a tone of deep and tinder interes'i, "My son, what have you decided to do." "To study law, .mother." She only replied, "1 had hoped otherwise;" and her convul sive sobbing told the depth of her dis appointment, "Do you think," said he; "that 1 could go into the law over my mother's tears V He recousideied the case, and has long been an able aud efficient clergyman. All lhat Leiih Richmond was, he attributed to the simplicity and pro priety widi which his mother endeavor ed to win Ids attention aud his memory with religious tiutbs, while yet quitt au infant. Oh ! if Christ t in mothers would but wake up to ihe use of their powers an I influence, ' Samuel might rise out of every family, and Leigh Kiclnnonds be nttm aered by iliou-auJ,'' Jo ur mil of Jeulth. Taken Sown. Ther is a good a tiny- told on the sly, about one of o ir young city bucks. He has been psting attention to a rather lively "irl, who has solid attractions In (OitVersalioii with some of his com lade, our hero sail: "Boy, I am al ii r the gill's p icketbook 1 am." S nirily alter occurs. Second Scene: A Parlor Time 1 1 I'. M., Young lady Sealel. YoUu "eiil li-c.s to depart, hesitate as i. bishful, and then r.-mirks; Mis , excuse ra-.but ton must be aware that my luqueut vi-ii, mv at etitioiis.caiitioi have been without an olj-ct." Young lady Ah, yes, so I under sell 1; Mid shall be only loo happy to a-tt whai you desiie. (Tskes tioni n.e table a paper parcel, and unfolding it. diplav a Luge, old lashlonc I and enipiv 11101 oeco jacl.et-bnok.) This. 1 have "heel, intoini'd. Is lhat;bj C(. Per mi me lo pie.sent it to y.u, and con Mil ttlile U thai toll will have 1,0 " - - ... Iiiriher o.-iMsioii io iciiew 1 lies.- visits .-mil atieii.ion" Tiffin Advertiser. . lleighbDrs. I: is n gooil lltii4 io nave good neigh bors; another equally a good is io kiow Jiow to be a good neighbor. From both experience andobserva i n wo will ;ig et a few ideas for the benefit ol" all Hi'eresied. N iIih'irs' qtitrrels usnilly com-m-ncejikortll quirreli, viz: from sjiit nivi.il nrT-ur; Iheiefo.e it is prudent to keep an eve open for sm ill matleia 1.... !...Tb ull ..I iht "line fences." and if not "bunkum" male them so, and ak neighbor A. (niairientJIy man ner,) if ho will nol go and do likewise, as you do not want your stock eating up his crop, (and you may lliink, but don't sav, vice versa.) Secondly iievtr turn nvhiog into the highway lopistuie; anil if you keep chickens, ducks, geese and little pigs, do for the sske of peace, keep them on your own premises. Thirdly if y ou aro obliged to borrow iinvthing, return it as aoou as you are through with it, and as clean and souud as when you got il. Fourth lv if you borrow' you mu'si expect to lend. Mist people have some thing? that they do not wish to lend; when obliged to refuse, do il kindly. Filthly when you buy or sell, do so on ibe cash system. 'If you cannot, let each party keep a book and pui down bob debtor aud creditor, and lei no account run longer ilun the 31loiUmoer- I'l.U will urnid mjnv lawsuits. SlXlll-1 I) remember ihe truthful saying, "li a man wants friends, he must show Inm-t-ell friendly." Baieadyai.d willing to -.;.t ni.r npijhhor to do such smill -'lwl -- --- jobs a it tikes two or three to do. and lie win neip you m t"" " ....... .....vunii.t in Ihese war limes lo exv-haiitre when money will not hire la bor. Help those iu trouble ; le reuy ... oi.Ut il.rt sick and affluled, ieed anil clothe ihe poor, help educate n.ose .. mgtohnrii; in short, show yoursell ..cTghborly and.jotr will be happier, mike those around you happier, and the world will be belter for your livicg in it. -Rare JHn-- York. U -'" - - . - ,, t -A BT'-H-ii- "!ifii On thx Bails. The Provident Journal (ells the following story : " As the m d-day Woos.er trani' wat'a houi leaving the depot, a man of the Jolius..niau tvoeof aianner entered ihe cark, and requested that two young la- iies o-ciipuiig separate seais stroma u loether, that he and his friend might enj y a iete-a lete on the other seal. ' 'But,' said one of 1 he damsels, blush ug. 'tl.ii seat is engaged.' Enjiaed, is it? brusunely respond ed the man, 'who engaged it?' ; "A young man,' said the conscien tious maiden. A vountr man. eh? Where's his hsotr-iiru?' rttrrsioted Ursa Maior. "1 m Ins baggage, Uia liatemi 1 re ,11... I liU .lm...-u .Um.1 i.ilr.ltitP l.f. "? . r; .... , , 1. . 1 m 1,1s uag-age, u.a umtiw plied the denmre darnel, pur.ing l.er rosv lips into 1 lie preoiisi pouu Ohl Ha.-ful' subsided; ihe yonaif , .. ... 1 . r man came 111 anu extenoeu an arm jou . ?. i. . l.f . nan came 111 anu exiemieu i" i- ectiogly. almost caressingly, around his baggage and Mr. Conductor C .proa ,tarcd the tialn. ' " lectin started Ihe "Sunny Saotk." B. F. WiLKix, one of the moat talent respondents, thus pictures: the beauties J of ihe -Sunny South' from a Vickshurg stand-point LUU'uuiuk - The poet, or whoever it was, tliat first .. ...i...n..u tr. all tl..t rj.aaftiff li.tn mru utterance to all that romantic uoa sense about the 'beautiful, 'aunuv Suth ought, while in lilu. io uave oeen oast ..!....., .....I ;M.u.lt un.tli.m .livll fnr lUIUUCU, niKA IU BF3"k" -.... -..-j his mt udacity. Its beauty consists in swamps, lagoons and bay ous.which give birth to nothing more uselul or orna- . .r. menial man Denver?,- crocouiies nau moccasins. It furnishes the summei icsidt-noe for choleia, the deathly dwell ing of typhoid aud yellow fevers; in sum mer it is i luraice in which ao white man can dwell, aud ia winter it U oae vast, dreary waste of-mud. . It has pioduced and nurtures a 'chiv alry' more pretentious than the knight errantry of Don Qiixote; for every bles .hiii. in the shape of a pound of chiton i, has conferred upoi the operatives of I... i... i :. i... :.n ...... i ..:.. ,i, Eii-'laiid. it has itillc:ed a o.tnir in lh a shMe ol a Ian uoon the descendants of Daiiumey. It it has grown rice and su gar,' il has also fostered slaveiy, and while the rest of the world has advanc ed in civilmtuu, it has only succeeded in cultivating an aiisocracy, founded, no: ui.on ureal sei vices rendered lo the eoumry or humanity, but upon the pos session ol a cerium uumoeroi Airican. Sach 7s aboUtTa!! "that 1 have ever seen iu this country lo m-i'.le it to ihe name, of 'sunny ,' 'beautiiul Sou h' tne very laz ir houe of creation, into which are enclosed all the ills, disw ises and coii i.eioiis of civil nui nitur.il exisieuce Beading One's own Obituary. in the daysol old My call, the pub lisher of she Newburynort Herald. In Journal still alive and flourishing), tne Sientt'of old E3ex. Philip Bigley, hid been asked several lim-.'s to pay his arrears of subscription. At lasl one day he told Mycalt (hat he would cer tainly hand over ihe next m iming. as sure as he bvedl "If you don't ';el 3 our money tomorrow, you may ot sure 1 :im dead," raid be. The nor low cam and passed, but no money. Judge of ihe Sueriff frehngs when. on the morning l Hie uay alier, lie opened his Herald and saw announced Hie lamented decease of Philip B-igley, E i.. High Sheriff "I the county ol E-. sex, with 4ii omluary no ue atiacneu. Mvini the deceased cie.iU for R gwl iiiinv t-x.vlie.a iraits of character, but .idiiiug that be had one. fault very intic . io be "deplored, he wa not punctual in paying the printer, uagu-y, wiiuoui waning for his breakfast, started for the Herald office. Ou the way it struck iiim as singular that no te of the many friends and acqujuuiances lie met seem i -I ..-. !.:. Tl.-w mint eu surprise.! io sec ... .j '" , li.iv read their moriunir paper. was il possible they -cared so little about . . ," ' .- .i i in a) lo have lor-otitu airoauv uiai .. -, ..-- --. . lie waa no more azun v.. ...,....-..,. .. V II. II a narlnehlllArl I he entered the printing office, to deay . I !... K.tMtI... .fsC.a . . iiaitt'i . that he was dead to propria jjcitvm. Vhv. Sheriff.' exclaimed ihe lace tious editor, 'I thought you were de functV 'Defunctl' excUimad ihe ct .. Sheriff, Mil? "what put that idea in your he . ji. ..... .s j--. - --- ..wi ........,ir I ' caul Mi-Rail. ,..jr.,,v-.... s ,, Did you not tell me- "Oh I ah I yes ! stammered out the Sheriff. "Well, there is your mouey. And now contradict the report IB Ihe next paper.jf you please.' "Thai's aoi necessary, friend Bagley,' said the old joker; 'it was only printed iu vour copy 1 . The good Sheriff lived many years after this sell, aaJ to the day of his real death, always took good car to pay the printer. Women are only lold that they look like angels when they are'yoiig and bcuitiful; consequently it is their per sons, not their 'virtares, that- procure ibem this homage.! i Billy gives a whole homily when he sav: "ScaBdal is a visits whomever calls without bringing bar work witu ber" -....., Never shrink from the nerfbrmance of .any diity, however Hnple.asani it ma'y t .-? n4l.ir.ii.-Jit.i.r.5 l-vtarili. oe i auu remcuiuei tu : ....- , erosa, tha greater tha reward. f WHOLE NUMBER. H7V . , ,t ,. rV: fir ?rl . o- 1 Mjmt Ttitts g&m itttji i I " : GalkiUc-iIdaraiaEi O A mitL.inirlttVElocma.ior the Brotee- tian of the Beck' is how all the tuhioB, X have concluded Wkedlfyoa CCo and direelioasioVmakiiigof soaie whic i have in ase'.'aad like very wall Hwleedi Some say tbatif a eallar fits(a bora asitlioald. he, will sever havesora i.,0HffHrs. ' Now, 1 do Bot think ll.;.. ' thm tm 'far. 1 lis a BMP-'I l...r salua wMaidl siaCt kw. WwtttW'w" olowinif.or.barrtfwli fora-wew4.,willlrJ out liaviBsr.sor wMMiuers. in u . " . - . .tI -..-- - - , . " -ft iT i - , . - . ( 7 , n.r.- iL.h.HUix ''' f cu r" SlJSi coHseanence was thai tba beiBMI consequence was that the bliasaVl ... t,J L rubbing. t . , 'Ihe gajlsl coald.sooa lE- ho.rse Werei X uawIlasV. a eoaMl T".Pw1 prevent them. Chancing oae iHke bold uf aa Knilisli - antie journal, the first Using which IbU aw a aa asaaaws iu iiu nninixiwtr .aaa asswawi of leather should-be laid ca the horse necK under bbJ discOnuecte(jr'roB'rw collar. I saw that ibe theory waa g aud ceBcladedtliatasowahJde badifca aim cvnciaucii' nuts aa wn imu. IW..V (a.e a rubbing,. the collar aad the Walk-' : .1.. ...,lu ;, lut..i. tl.ABm tsAmf .r ai .lit itlf it iae'weeit then as beat they could. So having procured paper and scissors, 1 cat oat apaitera for aay i t.l. .. .L. m,.A.. mi tl,at: ti. IDtVeiUWB." tittl MSW f'U - . .- could be sewed tcgihcr..oa top of tbc neck and in front of tLe breast, aad at ,j,e saBie tiaae fit the aecli aeally with'- . .... .Iiy ..:.;j uui creasing, l aey were maae constu erablv wider thaa 'the r,y froi lea inches- lo oa roua. - ' - I ihenppl'ied my aaUcraa to a piece of leather, and cut out their counter parts, and sewed them together, ajid: after soaking'them over night, I-ajp'.iei them to iha horsw'BeckwrtakiB9 car lo keep tnea aaMOtfa aad nice. ; f Since Uien aiy horses have aever had sore sioulders; aad aay one seeing, the bavelocks after three at mThs' use, Wo'ji not wonder that the horses'. shbtdders were sore, or rainer would wonder that all horsea' shouUera were aot sura, 1 have cured, tha sltoaldera of bursas with the following cowpouad : -Good braBdy, 1 quart; One half lb. alum' powdered. ' The brandy ami alaas eboaldsbC placed in a boitie.aitd wheu used should be, well shakia. The mixture, shopjd be rubbed on with a sponge, and a pad (an old stocki-rg leg stuffed willi' straw) should be placed below the gall, aB'i I will insure a care if the eolUr is as toft as it should be. j I have cur ed.shoulders with this mix ture even, when the sim wis broken, wfdiout taking the horse frorH the work. But use the jlmvekrcks, aad yoa woa't want the mixture. . I l( Spixx IUaaoir, Eiq5 GermuKtoick Telegraph. HeATCi ia Home. Ordinary heaves, is usually occasion ed by a deratiged'condf ion of the diges tive organs; ll is accompanied by ema cia. in,. and seems to resemble lhat vf lec ion known as.asthma.and is alteuded with the same difficulty hr lespiratiou. The dfsease ia iiauid heaves, frenx tlw fact thai the allected anim il heaves at ihe 11 inks.or performs whatjs knowrr is abilomiual re-piiation, by bringing imu play the abJomiu.il muscles, lr the purrose of aiding the lungs and diapt.ram in their work of respiration' ami expiration. The best plan of naatnier.t is to let the pa.teiii run on the prai.is,and give niift occasionally phosphate ol lime and gintjer, equal parts dose oBe table poun til. i have known animals, with this affection, very- much benefited by a .1... ui .frm,. mI.a hv fi.illnr (..irr.ii.i- I . .... ' - . Nn 1 y sprinkling itieir toou. wun a , ..i ......,..;,.. r i; , fi.,;ir small nuautitr of lime water daily. Heaves or Broken Wind.This form' sT .-I... 1 m Km . . . W m ri mm atm aWljw. Swnan' 0. ni.tiHiiv ii CUH3IUCICU luiruiduir. iivimi . . t f.cttlialll- is of an oraanie character. depending oa rupture of aome of the air celts, ciiange oi structure a,)ii eiu nhvseina of the luntts. In this affection we observe a jerking double flank move metif, very Jaborioas and distressing. -phe animal is aj?ictara of ill health, aad . ... -. I -... -- I witen urtred io travel awi, soon oecoaies . . m. . . exi,anea airi aseu up. caa.e of brokea wind is , -w of .,.:-.: The direct over-eXdiUon. In view of Palliating tome of the worst symptoms, i should treat the ease as if it were one of ordinary heave. i um , Crt..vwM l.mnm fimVAl!,ff Id.,a SAI.' casioned by whal i kaowa aa Iocal.tlrop- $n sy ; some Horses seem to possess a pecu- liar preutsposrion, nu wiieneTet nej get sick.or stand a fe w days ia the stable fhoir kind leusi swell. ",The swelling arises from the presence of serum or .. .i - "11..1 .:,.... r .k water whuih toe ceuuiar iiwum v i pan. TarATjrr. Should ike swelled 4e'g be the resalt of a prostraf'ag dis JL. xiuates aad diuretics are indicated i i give two drachms of powdered golden- I- t ... .... mta ill... ilr.i.T.ma seat every rooming, m. m.w..... of nitrate or potash every aighl, to be mixiLi:li the food, and leithe animal have daily exercise. v-- In obstiaale cases it will be aeeess-iry to apply daily a portion ef the follow- sv higr SptriUof Campbor. 6 ounces; Vin egar. 1 quart; mix. j .-. r hr1 i '"