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. . . "ETERNAL V I G.I 13 ' I KJ Til E - 'I If IO E OF i 1 J K UTYi'' Tlioiuaa '.Tel f.rion' ' ' VOLUME SI; NO. 45 CADIZ, OHIO, , WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, I860. TERMS S2,50 PER ANNUM .-'Sentinel. A. v,oiu roil every o.e. Reader, just whisper .in the ear of your neighbor, who Li . not. a subset-iber to the -JSetiitI,' rthat ha is : losing Iota of good things, and tell hiin that Whether tho war ' goes ortoruotv we intend to bullish a 7i'? :i" jpoper, .devoted to the advocacy of Denic-nti4'- prii'ples iWeiW Union especi ally, and the interest of Harrison County .'aud the lieoplc generally. Just ray to that Union-party man whose bigotry or narrow j '. ininde Tiewa win not r'mit him to sub ; ecribe. for the paper, but allow 'him to Tid it whenever he can lorrm it, that the Sentinel is neither fanatical or (sectional, devoted to the advocacy of no mot, hut is a paper for all good Union-uien who value the Union and their country.' ". -.Lct ifc be, noised , abroad, throughout all liii feect W of country, that ''whether ohoul keeps or not," 'the Sentinel is bound to go ahead, and' fO foon as the iron roigif of old' Winter unclasps the gentle r'ivuleis'and permits 'the prist to grow' "and Jambs ta fvisk about ou tlie green swaul, ' inteiul lo go if we can, cr tend some VtMou't awoug tha" people for the purpose of increasm.? our circulation, and v,x than't -teue th 52,50 of a L-mon-paity man, be he thinks we are a 'Copperhead, nor abuw! htui because he can't think just as we dot No-sir- J- -We wmit to publish a jreittiwe,' K-nideTatic!l.'iiion mmdr. and I liope our friends in the different Townships wiil icpJ ius such njatte'ra of interest for publication, an occur in their various locali ties! ' , Iirfuriu u who has die teat cultivat ed Parw, pluw,, the most acus mites ',tbe j inost' grain, has the uicott 1-irftF, ti c fat ten cattle, the Ciiett ihcip -shd largest ' hogs, who IwTtu-i the Sentinel, and gets us all the subscriber, Advertisements and Job Work ybubti, each ftiie aud nJlof'yon,'rid jou shall have juftaff(.r-d a y.e er' as liiiy lean's paper, and one of far more inU rcM to . fiiu fhau any City weekly br daily in, the country. . , ,, ft;aerpi jns' tell thtfe thitigf! tojvur taejgHbtfrt,'aijclt evcfyWly tMh f.dr.l .' scribe' -for the M'e will Le j ni tic- larly giatitd to icccive : the nuiiis of ; Vxiw-party ii:cij 83 iiiUrriliiF, and Catter t)urelvea tfiat we' can make .f.xod, cltyci fsllowA of thcin.' rcd cfnnnatic roliti- .. earecially if e!jcy wi!l usd our paper, ne 3 car, wid practice what we teach! " So;'oll"iu everybody, and, vnroll your - AHiuea on our look, ni io'yoto tenr, lilt at . vArifMifhii WUk'rM- ft)f 1,25 fJr , !i.ii'u,jonthH,';tir't(.i i'ur a year, tacit up! Lrur' auUcybcr t.o the '$Mjul i'autt:cr- ' wed to TcccivA arid fVafd tuKscribcrs' ' f..wbc8, advtriii,iu',Mt''jVu wtik i:d ;.n- From the ttrooklyn Euple. CORIJY O'JLAIvrS r.I'ISTLE. About Oil and the Urafl. r .a. h .Lr. iJ tv ... 1 remap you u minn .1 in getting to te a bore on oil j put , Uonug la the only way to btrike oil. . J have launched fourteen inore new com panies, with capitols of a uiillion each. The itharea are going off like hot cakea. Everybody Wants them. Lawyers, doc tor, switch-tender, chauibernjuldcs coun tcr jumpers, drug chirks, rcjiortcrM; polico men, bounty-broliern, provost niaahais, con tractors, luaried women, railroad conduc tors, organ grinders) cooks and old maids, all want aharea. " Children cry for ftrcni. , Shares are sold at pri-x's to suit clrcuui stftnees, fwiin ten cents each up. Oil is being discovered everywhere, I dibcovcied some at lied llook the other day. I I wis in barrels. 8omc folks think petrolouta is dangerous, because it burnt UJj u section of .Philadel phia the other day. The oil may bo dangerous, but it isn't a circumstance to tho .stock; the way some folks will get burnt on that one of these days will be a caution to brokers. My entci'tiriscs are all bmta title, If tho Wells turn out well all will be well. ;''''', '.'''''" .LOCAL' NUWJi "We cUp the .fwiiewjiig 'iini!e of '"local '.tiewa.'! fi-qus 'lart week's-Cadiz JitpulHcan: The -"Duvwick Crock and .Penny llridge Petroleum Company," being a local enter priw, w entitled tu support. Tho diiectors arc .all honorable men, and actuated by tho -best of motive Their credit ii good at tile corner grocery, and thoy have never been kuown to cheat their milkman, The company owns a sito of land on Bus wirk croel,, and are now diligently boring for oil ami subt-qripioiis to their stoek, iX'reralicmineut bores have been engaged with ri'itiaikablesticcosso far. 'hey-h ivyn't Ntruck i!e .vet, but there is no tclliiig but whntthcy may., Oiiu well (lives great pruini.se. ' At ft dejit h of fixty-livo tliousaud feet tho bores otruck lard. Ton thousand feet lower tlcy pt. ut'k soft .-C-;ip. '1 lie bore next t truck .for' wages, which tho com pan.v have:)' t been nbl;! to pay as yet. They will do so. however,' h toon as ulhcieut, sub.-eriptions aro'paid in, and bor ing viii be lesumed. . . l'ha ' Patch Pc'roleum Comrany" is nn othcr local institution with a well oil Gowuu u creek. ', This well is oxpeoU'd to produoo thn best quality of toilet soap. . 1 won't trouble you with a full list of the kixty-five putroh'uui coiupanics in r which I am director aud triastm r. but llicv are all sure investment, and one i. just us ptoi'i'iis ing as the other. ....... vri, g$.unuflat4 an .immense foinjiie i-'dvrriil days ago, Int. I .-Jyill kjjt'p. oii.iiiijig it u u(iL-Uf,txAy tiat'iiwtie.mplijrcB, liligt. 1 loay pay as large 1111 iuci nn tax as pojblo lor tho fuj:plutol'.t!)egovi,'iiini6iit. , ' ' ' , 'i ..: I think of linihiog Pritepcct. Pin k at ;lii,v j own expci.s(i and prcMjlitinj; it lo' tile , city..i AImj a lew Umlcvardx.' ... ' ; ' .'' j . J ehall also endow an nrjdian asylum' fir i tho support and education. nt . the .miloi'tn uate pcntlcimm who hiive "bccii hi't piiliti Cally deMituta by, the demise yf the National ticueral Committee twentieth birthday pn account of the di-aft are liublc-ril tliey arc I'oimd otit."' .' "Any man who has not Ihmjii enrohVl can have his name put nn the list en application at the Provort Marshal's office, Auy suoli permit shall beoutitkd to all the privileges of the dr.'dt, in the salne manner as though his name hftd bceu originally enrolled Ly the proper officer." , ; ' '"Uoing tu Canada for a few monia to see a relative dues not debar a citiwo from his right to L enrolled and drafted. : ''PeeaitHC a man's fiither has a wooden leg his fon is nut exempt unlets he Jias inheri ted the infirmity." '''.' ."If a drafted man is mustered into scr viec Jbr, ,ono year, and gets killed within three mouth, his executors are not bound to furnish a substitute for the balance of the term."- . . t . . s , Then decisions arc not by Fry. ' Consc Cl'.iohtly they may be reli'tlupon. The draft is getting to bo a great nuisance; it unsettles men's minds for the rietroleulu bllyitiess, If this war is going to interfere with the oil trade, it will have to be stopped, . , I told the President so. lie said he would try and run the war so that it w ould a t. It he can do so, all right; otherwise, not. In the language .of Jackson: K pclmjt vni vnvm "Petroleum must and shall be pre served." Yours in oil, ' ; . CORKY O'LAKt'S. "Ioyal" Yankee Editors coll ihk "IjovI" Yankee IT omen for nlaulleaUng ''Moi bliT Cui l- . Mlly.. s , regiment, sou of John Moure,' of Greene ti ' 1ms been at home lor-a week or two on ior '. lough .the first time since he entered the '.- itervu'C1; some two and a half years ugo. for. ;,lobre in all tlie battles througli which : tho-lUb passed, and though so many of -iia comrades were killed, h has, thus far, -'Escaped without a scaatch, and lias generally. J',!enjoj-cd good health. Ifo inlorins us that but six who went out under Captain Me-' --. Cready arc now in the ranks doing dutj;. v-.A. G. McKeown, of the.CStlT Ohio; a resident, of Preeport township, was in town . ' -ono day last week. Mr. MrK. was wounded 1",'t the battle of Spring- iiill htst Pall, and "' Jiass riot entirely rccovcied front .the clleets t. of his wound. 1 lo is at present in Triplet tl llospititl, Coluuibus, Ohio. ; , "' ' ! AVo nI.-;o juet on the streets', a few days f'"gO our young friend, Capt. 11. i. Laccy, 1 Assistant Quartermaster in the Potomac "'j fitcinj'. We are pleased -to say. that Capt. .'J.Iascy hi iu excellent health. - ; ." . ut i -A .Nctv Post ', MAstku for CDii.- ""'Albert Harrison) . .who - lost, ou anil; at the ,; battle 1 tt the Wikierness - and was taken prisoner; ' IfceB npiointed Post Master '- ' At Cadiz. .' Tll'at ho will hialti n rHiciciif ,,V-,nndcouinotentflflie'ii'r We have Hot a dnnbr .' :' .The office, we understand, will .remain where " it is; and .wo presume Mr.; Uarnson wiil " take-charge of it about the 1st of A pril, lfi this connection, we desire to say that ,,, .. iu. iioumson, wno nas ticcfl our t'o.-t . ..j. Waster .for the: tja'st . four years;' will -retire ' with the confidence and respect 'of all who hare deno businesK with the'- office!: ' I or wuraehes, we can . say, truthfully, lhatwe l''liavleSvcr found hiiua pleasant, accouimo- ;-anug oineer.: ". . ,-. 'J-'l'r.kv, IIoi. - VTw. ticorge, of the, 69th -v OhiOdhJMifierv'odoiiitJiisihrco. yca're in tho I mraiy nnreitrneu. aow&v inn U. was t lie f, oldest volunteer. in tho service from this .county heitrlv iixtv vears:old we Mould .".;! tjhinlf . .Vet,hc has stood' the sevyice 'well,' ja.nu realty jooks cettcr ngw tnaij wncn no Wflnt ftTii "' - ' ' -1' ' .,-1 3t OtA-'QuoM.-i-iVct' fovrt; (tpmvK-W: Price, ot4he PaoiK'st Jlnwh'ai'a oitice, that -this county Mkely to; esctjpq the .draft. , . Jlost pTw'iOwti.'ini.pR TiitVe 'already put in the rerjui-pd number of inun; and tlios that v) ,1iav6 not yet filled '$hcir..(i'ota' have Taised d,; their .bomity jiiioiieyy aiid . can easjly , obtain ill .the men. iVfi.-i, '.4l..i ,, , lllln'flsttnd'atIrl).' Rowley, of ' '0arr,Qlltojl.;i'8:w take: charge r .of the '"Cadi.. Pr,'j IJ-OMsa. ou tho 1st, pf. April, '.Mtt . ltowlcy' tu, i :courtflou, eperg'-'tic man,. in, the prime rrf. Klbr and will, ho doubt, keep a first class 'f tl. -,.f '"' ::..' .'i -i." ,. .,' ' r,rRQM'qrr'raliik jllattoiii' ''privatp, in. 0u WP wtl, Ohio, has lieen ronio'tea (6a Lieu-. tenancy in thu I84tli regiuiont-T-W iipw, iegi- wieht recently. M-ganized at Camp Chaset-Mf js1 among1' .the youngest ccui missioned tofficcra In 'the service. . , , -! Tmt propcrty.owiiedlj' JlZlUlIatchcrv- nd.OecuVied, in part, by Coleman & Crimes . and yelclj Co. , .was sold it 'row days ago, Jfflo Jacob' Lciuintt'n for 3,800, i;& ' ip..';8ierui"n Housb,"','wie are informed; ahocton, an cxperieneea landlord, and :a ftas i isoii t3ii(l riailMgts In titta ; ouism i'sie Wliutc ldsi of . '-l i cediucii" a llidcoiiN Joke. Froin tho- IJceton CourU-ri : : The notorious anti-slavery society, "Which has troubled" t he country for tlliriy-hve y-rf, is about ciosc'its dislionorahlo career.' (Jtw l isoii, who bus been thief conspirator in its destructive work, has turned his back upon it, und is now la wring to terminate its ex istence. He 1ms become interested in-Abraham Lincoln," and has Coustitnted' hiimnlf Lincoln apologist.- 1 lis declarations bel'oic tlie society, .and n) his paper o to the ex tent that "'1 hut the' President can jtlo no wring." But many in the society, and among them the.n-nrst ctotinent and iuiliien tiiil nje'mbers,' true to their old ii'thicts, in dulge in severe citiciwn of tho President and his- aduiiiii.stiiiti.in.' liairison has in yain.tricd to stein tho tide against his lavor ite but failing in the attempt he lias report ed to strategem to break up the focicty. Ho hold it out and all his intiuuiicc to Mr. Lincoln' parts'1, and ho is angry that his former followers will not ratify tlie bargain. Tliese arc tii lact di.-elo.od to linpaitial obf5t!iers in the recent meetings of the so ciety in the Melodeon. '. Tho (jarrison- and and lTiillp.is wiiiKS stood iu battle arrav agaiifct e't'lt,iiSih,ttri!-,;VlililJp','fiictuin provc"the ' vtrtiwgest, because consistent, with their pasfln.-hiry tttW detlikiations. The mantle has lailen from tho nuti-skvery lcad-'r. J -le is no longer reWigiiiaod by theui. i.Io is t-liorn of'hia strengtii. They who (f."ors!lijie(l hi ni have had tlioiroycK upenod, niiii hnd that lit is week and liKe a very coni I tr-t.tl' man; ,il ' :;'- ;'-- ' '.I he disctissioiis- at'the nucting yesterday j ul'u rnoon and evening took a wide range, ! Air. Stephenson, a miiti active -in tieedmcu's f hid collieries, hoped all personalities would j Le laid aside, fio contemplated tho negro l in Ins condit ion as a '"ireeoiiian, us so much ! Hear gain to New England nianiilacturers., I 'I'll,, ,l,.V.,t. ,. ,l ,., tl. convenient tod:.-. , . "' ' ; .i."",' , ", tT ---""-- . "- : If there is.am tl.ing'else in th: clm'.itable "'"T V 'rhi,f ' c " , 1 ;:,.,. ,f ; ...... ,i .,!. .,- ;., . I J-'r. Knox, Who has been down South, at .,UI111UIM,ICJII V.,111 mum Jl, Jlif I I 1) ,.,. I'.;.. ,,,..,. (I,,. lol.M.rlu '.K'H t.in ion's lilies, and who raid hoj-poke the iiteral Frorn tho Elyrta Democrat.' TJie Coiirt Jlyuft wit's crowded to its ut most capacity last Saturday evening to hear the case of Ihtrrcll tu. Uurrel! for divorce; and among the eroti we learn that there wove at least one hundred femalcsi Wc venture to say, that if ten of the most in fluential persons in town, had pent a whole day in urging thc 'people to attend a "war meeting, or any other kind ot a meeting, they-would not have succeeded in getting out half as many j.ersphi as were on this trial. . There waijUothing in the social rela tions of the parties that would excite nn un uauiliuterstjin jthe case, and the character of the testimdny was known to be mteh that is neither refining, nor cuobiing to those who listened to its'rccitld.. We simply aiigjfcst that tlio presence of so large a crovid of both sexes, knowing' what the character of", the testimony was to be, is evidence ot a vitiated taste, a morbid curiosity, the indulgence of which may be natural to the race, but is far from tcing crcditablo. to tLe cojnmunitv makincr anv pretentions tri rcCitement. There Tere ner-s-otis jn attendance Who would feci that their moral sensibilities Would be greatly th"ckcd at being present at a soclid dance where none were present but those o- high respectabil ity, and yet they Wore doubtless greatly edi fied at the recital Of. domestic troubles that ought to create otmir feeling than an eager desire to listen to tkeir recital. , From the Cleveland' Herald. The above we cut from the Elyriu Dt mo crat, and if accounts We hear be true, that divorce case developed a prurient curiosity on the part, of at Juast ono hundred and fifty females of Klyrja, that should put .the crimson on one hmnjred and fifty checks to say nothiug.of tl blushes tho friends of Mteh parties are oblieed to suffer 'throuirh -their conduct, . The ease on trial, was per fectly well.,knoWn,.jhrmigh all that commu nity, as involving a naked question of mat rimonial infidelity.- .The testimony, mainly, was in deposition.- so that tho nature of .'it was a matter of publicnotority, and it was known to be such a case as no "decent female bould listc'ti to, exocpt upon compulsion. In fiict, so indecent were some developments that the Court felt bound to forbid the read ing of many portions iif the testimony be fore feinalus and so dkmiiointed. in "nart. the very curiosity these women camo there to gratify, and adiuinistgirod a rebuke they should remember as long as they live. :! And there were Women, probably, in that crowd blocking the lM&SH"ee wavs and. the CourH-oovn, who.e faces aro pet, like flint, against what me known as the fashionable aniMsenicirts of the :day such as caid pliiying -while it would give their sense of propriety a mortnl,,!.hock to ask them, to it en to an (iuhtiary play at the theatre . .. Pel role urh. I A Pal pubic Hit. Tl.e Commm-ifl LU ari,l 1 1'rict Otircul, j Hon Albert G. l?rnwn. a V. S. Srfnstor wliieh in tihdottbted authority t;li nil matten. j from Mississippi before the rebellion began, ' . : , '. anJ now a member of the rebel Congie-w, I he opening cr thti spring season will made a speech lately iu l.ichmoiid iu whiih greatly excite the bttsifltra of pr.jcuiing pe- ho told some queer thimrs regaidiinr the trolcu m .from the earth, cr it will bring conduct or k iup lending Northern Ileum about a grand explosion, which wiil sweep crats iust before hostilities began, lie out of oxisteuce many of the, companies showed up the duplicity and treachery of which have been originated in the hope of gome of the rascals, who, like Len. Butler, making something out of this excitement, encouraged the .South to take up arms, and hot in a hgitnuate maimer, by the produc- afterward become Abolitionist., and the tirin of nil, but by the easier operation" of Youth's most deadly eneniic. Among oth the stock exchange. In our last number e- rich revelations "bv PIr. Brown, he rela we published in our regular tablu the names ted an interview he had with .Mr. Stanton, of tlrce hundred and forty-four oil conipa- just before leaving Washington for the last nies. organized in Peiinsylvaiii;( which may j time. It was under Vi- circumstance pe be divided under the heads "good," "in- euliarly calculated to iinp.fess Mr. Brown, ditferent, and "bad." N e also announc- His "State had withdrawn from the Union, ed, fay the Lift, the names of fourteen new , Mr. Brown was passing out of the Senate, ones, milking the whole number three hiin-1 and Mr. SiantOn from the Supremo Court, drvd and litty eight. Of this large number j Thev mot b' accident in front of the ( ld of corporations, i but fifty-eight have ever Capitol, when the conversation fumed at paid dividends. Some of thetn have acett- once on secession, the action of .Mississippi inuUtcd immense profits by the production nn the question, and Mr. li.'s withdrawal ol their wolls; a is notouoii ly known.- . , from the Skmatc. Mr. Brown was surprised viuem, ii ! usjieew-u, nuve maoe uivi- and under the circumstances dehehtod dends '. t'rom tho Amrioan Agriculturist.-,. For several yearn there hfta fcien a gradu ally increasing interest in sheep raising,' which seems now to have reached nearly iu height iu a mania for paying most extragant prices for fine wool heep of different breed, f he iIm and course of this mania for such it is now really amounts to has been mark, ed by much more more common sense, practical views, than those which prevailed wheu the delicate Saxone aheepa sold for to much, and infused their next to worthless blood into most of the best flocks, in lhe eountrj. The exquisite fitness of -tneir wool had been produced at the exiiense of the constitution d' the breed, and thi result of this extensive importation and dissemi nation of the Saxons in this country was to degrade the Merino flocks, reduce the weight of the fleeces, hot increasing the. fincprss fn pnijiortion! and on the wtoft greatly to! oil-, eouraire the ell'orts mnkina for the imnrovo- j metit irf onr fine wool flocks. This taken in e i,ui n men cupLiiu iu uiui-r iu ueceive ncur .iir rnTiTrm snv t hi mtt-ii -rrfic nrri. . . ,i ...... . . . the ,.warvAi,l to ll,,w th ..ri.;,...l -: I' 1." ZiZLSvlZ." . IT i mnneetion wntn ne uncanawity oi our tar- . ,r . ' v .t:.: . r ."'l" n i'n.or ii '.iiiiu-i u'mju mill sum wyup AW - v. " v. lv.-1F,ll.T!lvJllllvn ,im i sihhu ariu, . xouare ripnr,. Eaiu lie. ViO loist their worthlesji shares upon the igno-1 home and urge your friends, to stand by rant. From three hundred of these com-i wlu.t ihw liavcd.mc mA nil n.-;il ha --li. panics there have b;n no signs. Of those we have mentioned one hundred and twen-ty-fivcjiave been long euough in existence to prod uco some proof of value,' if they had tho oil upon their lands, but which have made no dividends. Fifty-four, according to the yVet Current, are set down as having made "no report of nsse.-ts," 'or a being woithlesH and there remains one huiidreii arid twenty-one "iust orgauiziiig," the fu ture of each of which is tube tested. Jt'ome of these will undoubtedly offer in a few mouths a brilliant return, which Will prove the wisdom of the projectors. Others will struggle industriously, and only pay their way. Others will utterly fail, in conseqitenge of tnia-a!cilatioiiof4liu,va!uu ol'"the territo ry taken upd'.jr oil purposes.-" Others will, also fail, .because they 'we're swindles from tha begioning.. It is the du ty of every one who investigates these mat ters, to lunku a projier discrimiimtion hi his own mind between the tricky schemes of un principled .men and the well-meant, endea vors of energetic and enterprising citizen. Because a cotnpuny may fail iu its anticipa tions. of a rich yield of petroleum, it is not to be as.-.v.ined, in evrrv instaiiee. that the. rs intended to chest froin the origin ic company. . Jixnerience: savs the I V.iu- mercnii ust, btiows that the most certain in-, dicatious oft the inesence of oil may be de ceptive. Wells,, from which but a few bar rels daily can be pumped,' may le sunk with-" in a few feet, of, flowing wcils, and by the ' siue ot a. jioor, ahondun-rd, "playod out pumping we(l. a nniitnilieeiit flowine well may burst forth. 'A good motto for Pelrolc- ho'd fast to projector ottli isnii iu an oHiinary n av ntinu t ic.iti-c. hi.. ...p. 1 n .i ri-i . l. 5 . , ulj vouiii us : , 4 iv it i unnirs J htt CrtSt HO UV.rl in ll-!lTitt,irr thn v.in.-r... I , i, adultery,: bciiig 4ihyvn-aJ.'Hdnutly to the giitixbction, of!, thoyj;nurt and, uo doubt, also to the auditory male and female who gloated over the disgustimr spectacle. 1 am ready., to hea'l a Hii'.seni ' tirn to ti-....,,,- i t, ... , ,. , . , i. erect uiat monument over t ie r. mams- ot lERhONAL.J. Ik Mooae.'ot the 126! lit. (;..,.,., Ktl..r. a K.,'i.s H .',' ,. u, ,,.l..a n luontnm it. jIoiu'V s no oliicct n-w. ti k .:,( v. ) .'I on l.swl,jecf, having sent three substitutes l ,r "Hl si;euci.te. declared that ........ : r - ,.,: will, tlu. uneven,. wlui . ,.' , ,r .,;..,t,.,l i tMV 'Tefiqcni. emancipation proc- ' ' . . I .ilnntwin wortny mafl." itie house- nag 'oeen shoti reiijredraiid is destined; Winder the Buperitftetidelloe of Mr. MqBride, t do .a j'alLJiwt'attl fn p, rft.KW'I' ' " 'o ,..1111.- 1CGC." Wt"""TO" """ ?ur- T. wn irrtw,MHiiitr,f'ol r.'u ;;..:j' J into the t about lira Di!.iT, which is-impcndiiig. -; , , , ' Brooklyn is once more called .op to fill her quota, but the. men . wouldn't ' come when they are called, so they will have to be sent for. ' ' , ..'" : ' ' . :'"!' " ' ; ; The' Supervisors stopped paying bounties, bceause they hadn't any money. ' ,":' People won't except , t,liis txeir.e .when they are drafted. It was tlie blisineis ol the Siipe.rvisors,,to get" nm-ney. ', Jf thry couldn't get it by selling bonds, why didn't they try oiR'.', . ' ''..:-,. ' ' I have promised to rescue my fellow citi zensfioin the fatal wheel, if human agency, backed by the influence of oil, ' tan accom plish anything. ..':"'' ' ' -' I wrote a private note to lny fi ien3 A. L., L. L.,1), for au exntanatiou of tho present apportionment,' and what time woulj be giveti to get.clear of it. lis fcene mo one of his lucid replies, whice explains the whole case. Here it is: -r , - ) Wasiiinciton, I). C. ) ' ; '. ' : Febrttar.V, 1805. " f Pkau CtdtnY: ' Your Caiho to' hand. havo-seuiin.Pr,v.,.wlio imikji4itho thing just as clear as refined petroleutn. ..The last call was mado lor thenurnose onuttainine itsobiect. which was men, irrespective of the '.number ol prisoners taken at V lcJisburg, or without deducting' jbe, present membershin of tho 1 4t h regiment V.cteval Society, The quotas are apportioned on .the basis ot ,.the astro nomical calculation, of the nest eclipse, to which is addod tho diameter , of the planet Mars... Prom tdiesc you deduct all the cred its you can get, mid ty dividing the total by flio.4tn.ol- iilurcli vou will liavo tho exact ryuota of 'Vijch 'district,', more or ,;luss. u the case may j lie dralt.Wili m no case be .postponed ftttc'r it has taken .pkwxi, bqt will not commence before it Lceina in anv of , the districts which have, filled ,,thoir quotas by roiuntary cniitttmeiits, 1 ours, tyc.., . 'o- ay ' varol -..f iy't -:A.,L.,L. LC -; .iTiie ptil)lio n(Jv uudorBtand what they are to expect, .oid-fr.; ; , : l had a-consultation with ecveral Ftuiet- visors,1 but; thflVi were, able to -devise onlv one plan to escape the draft ,.. . inet urd Ward vou know isoutof mm tho draft, and it was suggested that if everyDody woiitd move into the Itnrd Ward they aotild be butf the draft; . ' " 1 ; The only obstacle ..to this ingenious, plan was; the. fact that the. Third W'tird was ;i'ull as well aH its quota,,.and wquldu't Iiuld any more people r"i- ,-.,,,,,.'.", 1 J'- i rrervbodv wanta to Lire a hou?e in tliA Third'Ward for next year. ..; ... .' ; .'.' , j :,. ivetnalntfve oonseouentlv cone un.' . l.nnd. lords jtddthlrice of Btibstitute to thoir nr'eVioiis'deniatid. - ! "I'i i " For the i bferiefit of alf who are concerned, I re publish the' decisions made last Fall, as to Who "Wei- - ;'';.". ti '" .' A, i A' nfati W'ho paid his -$300 .commutation tinder tire first draft, and has since- died, is hot liable." Si1.";-.11'-'" ' .UMtu' I-' ' "A man -who has furnished an kfipn .'sub- rver torty-fivB year of ago s !i iliam. J tie en-called freediuen J ol; the "South were, to day; as bad oil as ' they were in slavery; worse off than before the war, for tho ISorthern men who hnvo 'gone down there and undertaken the charge ot the poor negro, in the name or ,lnl anthrophy, we're lull as wicked, as oppres sive, as tyrannical yes, more wicked and avaricious than the original slave holder, Tlie-day wagesifoi.i.,iicgro "tin the jen Island totton lieldb is worllj $4 a;tlay, tit tlie pres ent prices for cotlon, but they who hold the plantations make the negro work tor fifteen copts a day, and if he dares to" complain, is treated with the foulest lancunce. ahused in various cruel ways, tceurged, ,told lie is not worthy or lreeddm ' lr he complains, and threatened w it h imtnediateciilistuients in the army. In this way they are forced to'.sub niit to the most galling servitude. , " ' , Dr. Knox thou turned his attention to tho Freedmeii's Society. He characterised it as "The Cod Forsaken National Frceinen's, Aid Society!" It was a humbug, a client; obtained funds under false pretences tu bnv goods, which they sell to the' negroes'and then pocket the money. ' The soctoty'j iTfiited wirh the new Northern slaveholders,-were grinding the negro to the dust, in tlie mnne of hulmnlity, and growing 'rich out of 'the sufferings of the black man and the miser ies of the country. As ior (Jen. Saxton, Pr. Knox declared, in the most emphatic tones, and. repeated ..th,ii.,slecliirution; that "Clou, Saxton, who u a cowardaiid a rascal, stands at the head of tins ' josjiro'ssioii, and is, practically, the leader iiiid tho head of the slaveholders at Port Jioyal." Cries of. 1. .,.., tl,,,,.,i i;.,i .. lt-1 ..... .:. c-utiui' ciiu.iiv; it sn jiu; n. s V- oci iut 111111 out!" hisses,'groiuis, aiplau?e, &c. '. , Geo. Tlioinjisou, in tlio course ol somo ro liuirks ofi'ercd , by hiiii, .agreed with '.Mr. Phillips tjiat the libortjosof Auiericii should uot be intrusted iu tho hands of 'politicians and generals in the army. If the people do not see to it that the iiegrd has g'iven to him the full .measure .of his liberties, then the Amorican ' PepiibliC can iibt sfaiid.' The wrath id Clod will be upon it. . llo.airl.that. in the light of the Declaration 'of lude'iieu- denee, America has liVed a lie from tlioiji ,ol' Ji,ity( 1770,-to tho present time. Give the pegro justice, fall justice, and the Auier icun Keimblio will stand forever. ,' ., t , Mr. Phillipa wanted everv'thin't? to be laid asido iit .present to make way for the great question before the Ainoiicaii people at the present time, shall Louisiana be admitted into the Tiiion .w;TtJi"7ior present, slavej-y? j iiu uuij- 01 mis meeiiug was to seinj out a strong and uuauiinous 'N'n. Wo must de- fnand of Congress to repudiate the so-called freedom, but in reality tho' slavery .of Louiu flua, and refuse her onfiancc in her present state. . ", :: ;' ' " " - ' : ... AftCi;"other remarks, the resolutions! of Phillips were adopted and the meofintf' ivn disbolred. - '',' '' ' ' . A fclenrvman.:eateehisini th vnntli nf liiu church,' put the first question from a cate chism to a girl: VWbut- is your consolation in life anddeath?" , r She cmiled,. but did not' answer.' Tho .' ielevi.iinin inatntA 1'AVoll then,!!: Hid she "miico J .must tell, Vl'rfiii. .Kr i.-" ". r lil-" "". vou PTinicrnaiucu u. U-r-., n. ""I " joiwucu nir I-fW ami -ttrCVt' -'rr -u-in ,'; I : ,, . t'oi, risk I'tmioMcd...- Wiliitiu '8. Pifh, late Colonel, of the First Connecticut cavalry, and formerly-'Provost Maislml of Baltimore,' who was sentenced hist April, to be cashiered, liirloit all pay. mid allowance!, pay a fine of $5,(100, and lie im prisoned iu the Albany penitentiary until the fine should be paid, has been pardoned ty tun riesKierit. n.i. yi'rji). - This man Kislris one of tho'veriest : scoun drels yet unhung. Billing his official sway in Buhimoro, his crimes outraged humanity, He-affected to ape Butler in New Orleans, and played the tyiant to the full extent of his "little brief tutfliorify.'' lie. used the terrors of his rthVinl power for purfioi-es of extortion and deiiiai.ded bribes from his vic tims with shameless effrontery.! ille'dc Irniuled the gov rniucnt in a hundred ways, and appropriated to his own use large sums of money not rightfully his owiij - Notwith standing his condut was made .-public at tho. time, and the attention of his superiors w.is called to his many delinquencies, yet he was suffered to coiithnio during many month in . his course iit erinm. Finally; however, the pressure' lx.came too great, -and Fish was re moved from office and ordored to trial. The evidences of his guilt. wore so numerous, conolusive, and damning, that his convic tion eoiild not bo 'avoided and ho w as, very lightly, sentenced as is referred to in the ex-.' tract above. . - , : . . ,.: NffWj 'however, after' having tmdergoiie lets t han one-tenth part of the putiisliiiient ins i riiiies ueserveu. nc is. paruonea ny tne President and permitted to contaminate w cictv by his presence again, 'l he private soldier who. yearning for a "phiiipso of tlie wile and little ones he has: loft behind and whom ho has not been permitted to hoe due ling two .years of danger and .suffering, leaves his- regiment i without permission to enter his home by'stealth end listen fojj one shortdiour trt the prattle of,' hi.-t babes-, is un rested,' tried, and shot; as a dtwtur., But tho icouiidrel w ho ;ibuses hi power, plays the tyrunt tmd the rogue couiliiiied and fills his pockets full with ill-gotton gains, is tried,; convicted, -and piireoueJ by tho Piesu dent.''' Wheeling lleynUr , ; . Tlie Illinois Legislature. . The Illinois" Legislatrirt has adjomned sine die and all the people of the State, wit li cit distinction of party, seem greatly rejoic ed'' thereat. Tho Iiccislaturc , was lareelv Bcpublican and as largely dishonest! The Chicago Part characterizes it us the largest collection of dishonest men ever assembled outside of .the; pt nitentiai-y,"' in Illinois or any other Slate! "It is (he 'Begislature that elected Pick i'tltos tube United States Sen ator,, mid the fame. Legislature that the Chi cago' 'Jtilntne said it could ''use'' by simply paying' its price. '-'One of the "brilliiint'"' fcata of legislation it aecomplished was the passage of ,'an act, requiring the salaries ol thef members to be pnid in gold. When, however," these ''"model pati'iots presented their Claim's to the Treasurer he refused to pay anything btit greenbacks, Tho mem bers of the Legislature -'hav applied to the Supremo Court for a mandiimm to compel the State Treasurer to pay their salaries in gold, and, as it is yaid iliac tke Judges were themselves the authors of the gold bill, they will probably succeed. It in a notewhrlhy fact deserving publication everywhere anil remembrance diiriiig four years at least, that the firt legislative, hndy to d'vci'frfit rind re rnidiute the national ' hnyenq ifa the Repub lican Le.hixlatitre of l-eident Lincoln' a mm ' State I Whedmu Remitter, ' . Tli ev SorSi ii-iftiniq a?ivo , . catr-s WeKt'o uirrasrc. Trie Ki'W I'tivli Tribune of the. .'d inst. devoted an editorial to the advocacy of ne gro suffrage, which it conchnled thus : '"We hare at two several elections atriig cler? for.- ii wo 1 1 : i v-i I-1 i, 1 : ? c 1 , IU',. ui,l,,l,T tl.e principle tnat Mtltrnge sliould be based '',""i . '"-; pnioeyuiiig wiui me ua on Character. - not Color. In so for as our vocates of secession, would, demonstrate State Constitution allows White ruffians, I t!lilV' "P '' the coinmeuccmciit of the ro piinpsand blacklegs to, vote, and denies lhe beilion,. they were guilty of .conspiracy to franchise to virtuous and estimable Blacks. ,!CPtl.'"J' the.. Inion. knowing this, -and we condemn and labor to change it. 'o. fearful of its being drugged t light-, is the did our best to have it otherwise when this j ,ruo cil"s0 the men mentioned having to Firmness now will secure you all you ask. Any wavering, aud you Rrc lost. .Mr. Saulshury. Senator from l)elaw!ln,, directed the atrchtitm of the"' U, H. .Senate to Mr. Brown's revolution, and offered for the eoiibidcratioti of that body a preamble and resolution which closed in this way: . "And. whereas, in the judgment of tho Seimto no jivraon whoso patriotism ami fi delity to tlio Constitution and Government of tho United Slates should he a member of tho Cabinet of the United States of the present loyal and patriotic. Kocutlvoj there fore, "liexolved. That ncoi limit tee of fivo mem ber of the aenatu be appointed by the pre siding otlicer thereof to make inquiry in reteience to the truth or falsity of tne ehor ytz hereiiiK-lore a-s uforesuid recited; and in reference to the patriotism and loyalty of Edwin Jl. Stanton, past und present, with leave to take testimony and to muk report in writiiiK t6 the Senate." This Was certainly a most palpable hit be tween the 'excessively loyal eyes ff the pat riot,' 'Stanton; but,, notwithstanding the pledge of Saulshury, that, he would prove all Of Brown's allegations, we do not. sec thai the 8en.it granted his request. There is no doubt but that the proposed investi gation if granted, would diseio.-e souie facts connected with the inci'iieht stages of the secession movement, which would cause the people to change their opinions in regard to some blustering- people's pri-tli-'isiori. - of loyally: Had the Stantotis, Bittler. Dick insons, Hulm, and hundreds of others likf thrin. taken high ground against secession and warned tlie .Southern- luaders to pause, the rebellion never would have begun. But the.-e treacherous men encouraged tlie Southern leaders to revolt, promising thtui tho .support of the great Democratic parly ui aid i hem In their treason, It is Jnere forc, no wonder that Mr. Brown anil others like him. are indignant ;it the condhet of such treacherous renegades.' If the truth were know of these men and others like tliem. it would be seen that thev became tie.:'.. i , .-uioiinonisis to save itieir necKs:. lor, su in- Constitution Wna frannid and mtilieih we tried agairi and failed iu 160; wo mean to keep trying till full justice shall be done. We- wish it. were now piueticiible to ingraft the triie principle on every State Constitu tion. . Yet wo do not propose to continue the L war for that purpose, nor to make Black cum rage an inexorable condition ol recon struction." lt us have I he speediest pos sible Peace based on Freedom ; let dbciis- ision and observation nave the wav to the re moval of such wrongs and unjust disabilities as shall remain. ' Straiiglu the serpent Sla very, aud the little serpents hatchee from her eggs will be slowly but Mircly eradicat ed."' ,. . Tindoubtcilly, tlie radicals will continue suddenly become such noisy and blatant Ab- olittotnsts nit they now tie. Jvts. J'ost. HoitAtjK Gkkki.i'.y is mid to be uot only writing in favor of peace, but he is working industriously and hopefully at Washington for the renewal of negotiations. He'innisU that the pride of the South must, be consult ed and nn opportunity presented for a grace ful return to their 'allegiance'-'- These views are gaining strength every day. pot only at Washington. ' bfrt-ail- river -";ur comnioii country." '-Men who-voted for Mr, Lin coln, are opening their eyes to tho liict that' northern radicalism, equally with sccession- wwr wlheicat to brine fine-wool sheep into discredit. Now. however, it is very different: '" A breed of very great" excellence hM,en'.'l, tually originated among us, and beeotpfi, e tensivply disseminated: "T'his breed of American merino;s we have before repeat edly alluded to combining aa it does the excellencies of the Spanish merino, with larger size, belter form heavier fleece. , It ht uot remarkable that tipon lhe increased de mand for wool, and the inflation of price brought, about by the war, thn trade in shep' should have roceired a groat iuipatu. M the same time almost, one of our enterpris ing breeders ebtfl'tued a!t a World'ft Fail? ifi Ucrm my the highest prizes for some of theso same sheep, thus giving them a world-wide reputation, which brought to a certain ex tent a foreign demand,- in addition to great ly increasing the demand for the American Merinoes at home.. We hear of sales of ramsfor $SOU, $1,000, $2,50:1, aud ewes and and lambs iu proportion. It is even repor ted that Mr. Ldwiu Hammond. of Vermont refused, take SHUW for but ram. "(Jrtl-deti-drc:p.".. t . Many peO!iC have takcti fo sheep raising who were entirely ignorant of the business,, and every animal which had the flock of Merino and a greasy fleece has had a ready market. If a young man, with a good firm well adapted to sheep culture, with . free capital of' t&w.fl-to IttOU.OQQ to.sturt in busines, and - withal having a knoTfledse of farming,' good buRiness education, and love for animals, wishes to begin to breed sheep,. with a view to estqLjjjih a flock and making breeding und improvement of shepp a life business, he can affor-d to pay very, high prices for his original stock, and-for such tuiinials as he deems necessary to im prove his Hock iu any important point-! Others, who breed for the current profit les tl.a for ultimate reputation can not af ford to pay those high prices. They, will " never get their moi'ey back, except in the rases of. soma owners of extensive lfockV upon which the influence of a fe. ranis t)f goiiit quality may oc very gi-eat. ,.- In view of the fact tHat thft- ' of well bred males is the surest method of improv ing any of our dVunesnc animals,- it is safe to assume th.it there will constantly be' a oV maud tor for good rams at rmunorative pri oes. Shep raising wilhing easy reach of good markets ouglit to have, reference -to theui, Aud to tho production of flesh, rather than wopl.r , ...... ,,' . . . ' . 'J he price which- thecoarser kinds qf -jfool have brought the past Reason will i'mpretw lliis upon sl:c.e)' breedcr.' '. So' great has been the demand for "certain gVatfesuf .coarse wooli that they, haro brought higher 'pnees than superior grades of Meritio. and other tiuii wool,. ami luiTc met with a much quick er and more more advantageous market. The price of sheep flu- slaughter has been high, keeping pace fully witli the cost 'of com snd hiiv., .... ; : ' sin is disunion; that tboiutecritv of the ua- I lion cannot ne secured Pvlorco a Cue: that their labors. to confer on "colored inen" the i it-.i. folly to attempt the annihilation of the .When they shall have! Southern people, and that, even if it were nrivilciteof suili ane succeeded m this labor, then tho , "colored irteu", - will 'hold in their hands the balance, of political power in tois country ; and then, too, pithuj s, thq poor men who helped the present party to-power, , will feel exceeding ly huppy.-r'c-:U'ii, . ,' "'.' . "AT thc Libby wo were compelled to keep onr quarters clean ourselves, and wok j.ur own i'ood to do the work of menials. nd scullions under the most adverse and obntix ions ciieutiisuinces. There was no need of this, as there 'were dozens of free negroes in the pris'in,Tvfiom the rebel hud stolen from' tho iNorttiran aiuticsy iind who would gladlv po.-sir.ie, it would t.c snicil!iJ. - 1 lie 'people more genera ly sec that the destruction of the State goverfimcntsiof the South involves the prostration or the -Aorthi-tn. t well, and they want the war closed now that it is possible lo escape hankiiii ley and pre seivo.civd liberty aad individual . right. iiWott Evening Churier. . Imbecility Rule. the Lund. ,- On the. passage of the Coiistitutloiuil amendment through Congress! it was pre sented to President Lincoln for his signature and whs signed as other resolutions are. Af- terwiirds some person haviuc control and ,7- ."'- Tery 'True.'.:" The Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Conimxteml nya ".I" ''Thcto is hot a man at present employ ed about the Capitol, who can consei.H. .tiouslv sav that ho earns what 1m setu ul. eadyj' ; ;,'- Hunk unit iiuiiesi coniession. Lincoln aud his Cabinet, .aho aro emjilovod hbmit the Gamtol.' are oertainl nnl' -Ani, ii! th nioiiewthey tecilivox ii(. ..-i.i-- v -,a have iei-foriued,!uclx offices; but the South- keeping of This Pmidttt-wwde tl.e discov- cfii blusterers gr.J ..buitys were anxiuua to 4efltrdv t'R' wlitp gentlenieii they held in cUKtydy. tujlie level, of! servai'ifs and sc.av engew. ,' !,.'' ,'.;'T : ,',''l!';; ' " ;.- " '; 1 j ,Vj cut the above " from the' hafativo' of one of jthq ivcaped coriespondetits of the NoW ..'iork ' Triliune, as an illustration of how completely Abolitionists - drop their paradox of tiegi o equality whenever atv op portunity for its practical application is pre sented. The tone .of this extract recalls" the observation attributed to Mr. WigfaH in some recent remarks in the rebel Senate.-' "He wanted to live in no. country in Vliicli a man who blacked his boots and curried his horso. was hia equal. Huston Evening Wliaf Wc Sccij. The Xcw.Vork.2W6nMe of the 2Cd inst,, t?ny's: .-.' . ;K. :.-. . -, . r "The Nation needs pence, not vetigeaucc; it'di.ir.andsa return-to hetuttelt. loyalty, not uselcss'slaughtt'r.' 1 A igrrat majority lof-.. the Southern penple have taken no: further part in the liebelliiiii than such as was imposed on' them by falsehood and terrorism; lot us treat them ns we did those- of Savannah, and tho Union will soon be stronger and firmer than it has evei yet been.'.' ,, :: ' "The nation needs power not vengeance, " e-ays Greeley. . - Let the '"Kjckapoos" con sider that.l - , s 'i-.,, ,,,,,,1, 1 . ExpofilngLire and I.eurllag Mou - '-'' -'';.'. -. ey..' - : , ,' Thfi brave soldier who exposes his life for his country and takes -'wounds in her ser vice, is paid in greenbacks, worth fifty Cents in specie on the dollar. The capitalist w ho lends his 'money to thecnuntry is paid prim cipul and interest in gold, which is worth tw'ice much as the paper that is given the soldier. Tin money of the capitaliM is, therefore; considered by th Government as' fur more precious than the soldier's blood. The officer's income,, which he has- earned by putting his life in feril, " is taxed, while the capitalist, who derives income from his lentvmowy merely is not taxed on' h lo-' J aud State duplicate. Ctui Eoq.' i ;77 1 ery that tlio I'-residctit s sign;itttrei to a Cout.it utional amendment was uot required. Old Abe in accordance wi th instj notions from his keepers, immediately sent ip a message to Congiess. ini'orming that body that his signature to jthe amendhient wits.- all wrong. Thus admitting hi.s imbecility and weakness and acknowledging to the world bis igno rance in regara t nis most common and cvciyday duties. -Verily ignorance has con. trol of the helm, the ship of State must drill to destruction. Hotiie f V, lni. '" ' 'Hi ' --"' "A fotiHK,sroNPK?.'Tof the Ni wburghN.- 1 .) -Jmmml. of the 1 1th inst., fay. that he taw in that village on that day, ,the widow and two children of a soldier w ho had died while bravely battling for his country, turn ed, into lhe street by her landlord for want of a month s rent on the day it was due' and one of the children too sick to raise "its 'head from the pillow.'.' . ' '"" We'll bet something handsome that that landlord is tin abolitionist who prates about his "loynlrr- denounces-- his neighbor and thnrlks God that lifers tint us other ihcn are. Docs anybody take tho bet? H'tectnj Re gisttr. . j Tho l'roKpcct of Tcace. It is said that Mr. Greeley is woikine in dustriously to bring about Peace. A few evenings ngi a nianul'acturei' of cannon gavit au.eutertainiuent at Washingtou City, the cost of which is cMimtitcd at erne hundred thousand dollars. So long as Gov'erluhoiit contractors can give ono hundred thousand dollars ciitertaimuents- at Washington City, Greeley's labors in behalf of Peace are likely to bo unavailing. StatetmaiH ' '. i First -Oth Discovert; It is relate? .of Jonah that whm ho filt-t took tip quarters in the w hale's belly, he wrote home to his father to come down immediately as he had discovered a tpkudid opening lor the oil bu- AiiKus. . lhe next day lie-telegraphed the old gentleman ta follows: "Father , don't come. ., I'm badly wicked, in. . I'lenty of oil but no roaiketl " This . ia the first af-fth-al account that profane .hiatoriana. give us, of. thff ail business,. ts , i ,.,, .,,,j! j ; tv.: .i '-.: -.'..f-,- ,i,.,j ...,!( rtni(.'J," i:Hltiiiroi Cltlldc.i.' '.'-. A M!ch'gaii holy thus sensibly pleads the cp.use of ilie young people:. . " ' '- - '.'A great deal c-.m be Jono to encourage horiieuiturel tast.ea ami industrious habiujn children. Why don't farnmrs fence, off lit.' ! tie gardens for their hirge boys girls, Jmd al low tlietu liave all tl-eyoan raise from them? Put agiiculturhl pafters in their hands"," amf encourace them to trvexDcriiuent in wliwut states as j miiiiitt, cultivating siiedling fruits, ecti - Put a goon uiagiiityiiig.giaiia into their-hand?, that the.Vliuiy becotuc acquainted with .tlii'ii? insect JVicjjda and t m inks-, Tp those 'old enough to apnieeiatc u tale. care of.thcui give choice pfatitsto cultivate, or what Wij'd iei;haps sonietiijiris be'.better, let them earn ii.oncy in some way and p-tirchase them 'for themselves. Don't ''turn theni off with' an Isabellirgrapewhch it will not .ipen for yAur let tltom haven Delaware or a" Concord; that they may be more sure of a return for thoir labtirs. So of Strasi-berrie and other thing'. Excite in theni a. desire; tdYexee.l liiig.in raising fine fruits aud vegitablef. Let -them getup children'sagiicultural fair and Lortieultural societies . for discussion, ect... Don't yon think the Agneulldrul pa pers Will be studied if j"6n do this, and Si't you.ihjiik you will rf. n'Tiimily of intelii fetfit itfid well inlbiniedhihi Mfd wonith? 'So of domestic animals. If you have dozen lears old, give'him n yok of calves to train; give the girls lambs.'and let them have the fleeces as a reward for good 'care,' or allow theln to raise some fine coWwfoj tliefttselVe: . Children need objects td'lova, and incentives to faithful .labor,, arid, they nui nMu iiuiiiq aii ine lUOIfi, II , you altaCJl thom(to it by.plej:saiif..niein6i'ies and gtod kind instruction." Wellnid! 'J' -s Work is tuk Orchard an- Ncrk'ert. Tho aettsoi'i precludes much' in tho' Wajf of woik but allows time for abundant pkinniug. Do not postpone selected fruit trees,- end sending prdew, beyond, (his month., ..Take advautapoLa. damptjyaun spell, "if one .oeqtifTs.iliisiBoiitli to give old trees good wa'-hirig and scraping, A thorough applica tion of .soft soap, made thin enough with Water to Work with la brbom'will be' float!, to in:tctit ahd nioss, and Will make' the 'old trunk look like a new one. Omitfmi' Innt grafting, -oions, and lobk-'sl'ter -'stieds stored in sand for wiring .planting: .sqc that mice do not .trouble them. i iAmoDg -wher applications present-Tabbita from gnaw ing trees, wc find a, .wash rnado with lime and strong tobacco water recommended. "' Apply poultice of cow dung, aiid loam to barked trees- Do ercrvthififf noW that trill save a day m April. ' " .- - tnerr Gardk9. Tho out door trork is limited, to .. few: thingSi If (rrap -vines were neglected last. autumn, they may be pruned ia mild . weather .this month.,. If at: dwarf trees are of unsatisfactory Unds, look opt. for cions of choice varieties to-graft them with. ' Clttinrt "of cun-annund goose beirios may be made end mneJ m he cellar until planting time! ' Proning'dwarf trrea may be dooe wiih tb knil. 8,tft th1 coterinir of strawberry bed uhMei eot ef rejhwred'hy Ja .BtrmB;i. --ilic: fi 'u t '