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ii. .w lati-jit.. uifil 1 .1 Art) '"L'!7Ij! , 0 .--.,4 f T Pi- .IX'..' - t. sr t -rs t Vol. IV , XEXIA, Tl?ESD;rfAKGUBT -2, X A" ...... ' -i .:'.., v . . 14 i - 13 tj- i a y iii-,-a:jaj.i ; v t..j.",uiii..u..- - i . . ML.: . -, i . .' , I ,J , Vl ... '" ' . i i . e: as I .t !-. !::Vi-r!-.' to" .Z'' i .To. t . . i ' -1 Jr.. jit Tr.sn t v-jrtJ- I sm.f :;t at - he . I. i 4 t t l 'fJetli "YV . . 1 5 1- o w n , r " - - - , i--' i w A.-a r?ij tt-tiui. 'i tiMi:-TWO BOLUAKS per jer,ln JVinra : . . . .-. ; t t) -..it Orrici :TatJT Building, opposU Ui i Court hloaw, Vtiu ttn, Zttua. Okio. , - 60 month m ,,. ;,., . j.;"yer. j. : i j . :. ! On-fjnrtk e!amD oa yf !, ' (V.-. A aertiBtf f minusieot character, tl 2i . . 00 $23 0 tid forIa4ne ' i ' 1 Kotlcti of Starr .igeH n4 tcat'a, Tree.'' I'' "otice in Xbt Locil Ptpartioent ten enU Jier .J.u. .. .. !.......-.! ,; . Cri frr iul'jri per yt; .r.j j PILOPESSIOIIAL. G. L. Paine; D. D. L.; Ietirt. , Offiee on ontb "fids JIin Itreet, or 'uoo'i Drug Stir. OiEce bonrt from 8 A. Jf. 12 M., nd from 1 V. M. tu 4 "P. C - Xecia, Onio. ;-lr ' - - - ' ' !" :' . .- : ;. I .1 : X. D. iTC.. I. k. f-lXTOX. : Gatch Sexton, , "Attnrnr nJ CoBrnellor t hmw, Office ia PeuTi BuiWing. Nurtls-witfl. earar oi i!u iJefc-oit btreiu, cat of tht Couri Uoujc, XeoU, Ohio, ; , ' i AttoVnoy , nt LaAV, " OFFICE Second floor, Barr. Building, o, posite Court House, Main Strt-ct, Xenia, 0., -- Vcleflie nv;e!i" '8f and ''reidnw, . Stain atreeti Xesia, Ou'. JOHN G. ;KYLE, M: D:, (rbrticUn and Porger. OIEce . and aciidance J.'ci." i ewtSetond ftrtet, Xenia, Ohio. , , Profcsiiontl calls prouiptiv answered. , R.: PARTINGTON,!" ' Ait-rnv at tw, and aiithonictl A?ent f..rflie Col lection of PeniioTTd.and all othfT kindi nf Military -elsimi ajaini the , United fctatffc OSio : r tJIoor k Aadr,' vlothics iture, ret, ienia, 0. . . , .... ,. -. ,i ;.i rr ;;. Simons & LIcElroy, Atlnmev. and Counjo3oTi ot -a,. Tarfon, Ford oi?y, Illiooi. ' " '"- ' "" "'" v Wo will eiT prompt atteati' tol ow pMtrr lional kuainew. Mm. tth payment uf tat,ad the puirhnenj nle of Real liftate. . , We have for tale valuable tracts of 1ani inHhn ui) adjoimnceoontir. " 01FICE IX COURT HOUSE.- .. . noil I DUSKIEGS," :.- ......... C. Schilling, ;-;;'' L,faufarturer of Rag Carpet AU ordrt promptly .aiu.r,dd to. and all work warranted to ?ive Kitlsfac Atm. - Ciwh p''1 far oarpet rae. Second rre1, ,'oppotie Ware Hour, O. .. ' . ..Vt-lS-'-' Nichols & Black, ; Wholesale an.t 'rcfan dealers in Furnif hin- Hoods, ana Relr .M Kt i ClotUin-.'. .i?iitej lh f mm llouae, Xcuia, Ohio. 13-l.v, Chamberlain & Son,' TVa1ert: in W, .toes, hat J, cape; Ac "j-Ne. t3 JIain street, Xeia, Ohio. : 9-ly--. W. H.'Wilson, Khotaale and retail dealer 4 Croeeriee, M'n .etroet, opposite the Ewiag Houte, Xenia. O. J-y- JdhniSanc, ,ot atd rio nre. Work of all "kiiU. pnt to ttt. , Mon.lmK W, j hort nta work atreet, Xenia, 0. -i , ..rll'. .'IsaaCiVorden,'.;. Livert PtaM. HorM, inKKie and earriagM ,od ol.plyalway. on baud. 0-a.bj.s -regularly to all train. HWiuj JloueUbta, X,ula, 0.-: ,. v. .v.: ' " 1 ' " B.COOK.1 J. K. Sellars eSc Cook,":.,' ' limn iarpenuw and 3 n-. ,U , tth.:)Lxiatch. at w ratee, and in good style, Shop, tO OO Wra Mt wren ' " -' - -- i west Second itr . t, Xenia, 0. l-lj ;F.armers' and . Citizens' .-,..1 . -15-,iJ :. ''' : fl'-'fl. , r : . 1 1 ' . ." ; . J 0 1 t ... t-r t ..Tfr'-.? 'i': .' nth ... . ' .. ,-. ;:. -n ji,WATS Cx'pAXD. AXpVsESYfP' tf ,I5f . ' HE LATEST . AXU BEST 'XXl&. .' ; kll Ltind of G3XE MIALS SEEVED UP AT ALL E0UES, ricoSpisi .tooruCpViDAfaE UEST THE MAHKET AFFORD. (' A I. I. A t I". K . ' r to , V. Hit(.iU .'r-M-.-sv. BROSXEK. mUE CXDER3IG5ED, karinj entered inU ,1 iq t5i.otct..4S .,g, IifS.to : ir7 an . . . Daily;t:IIarket, . At tfc oii rtnrd rf John:-N!j xzsia, onio. We are prepared to furnish-, at all honn, the beet of FRESII MEATS, AT LIVING HUCES. mi ail nnxmoin The best quality of BEEF, PORK, :j2 Jv.a ve'i:; .i e.: J. e . I Etc., Etc. AliraTS on hand, and for tale at the leweet market Bjuree. .o::in tr.-'. K. B. Farmers having FAT CATTLE to die- poee of, will alvaji find a sale for them hj callirj HENNEGER & BRoBerT Xenia, January 25, BolOtf E00TS AND SHOES. IM!CrOMOR, j and Dealer 'West Main Street, XEXIA, OHIO, n'.i - Keeps constantly on hand a good snpply of Lesth&aiiS inaings In fact, every article for the manufacture of BOOTS &z SHOIS, r ' 'ALL "WORK WARRANTED. n.9 . - ? . ..-.-- : "... :.; PAINTIXG, &c. A. H. AUBRY, 1 '' 1 1 fi 10 til. Ellis mcihod of iuforuiinjr the public that I have established myself in Xcnia, and am pre pared to cJ.COO SL ci. j Those Building New Houses, and desiring to havethem painted in will consult their own interest byairing en me at "- S. B Crefcqrs,' ; Bqxv .Housed ilf '.H!i'-ili)li I iJi'"li Detroit s tydct;c-w;oip. : r: A: CUB: Iif C e r t a 1 11 - E u in e u y . i r o t or TTrkTTrn EVEtXsAB aUaiilcureilfT4hi.iUI "ing disease br the use of Pn 'Strickland's Pjla Remedy) . Km) what a tjifiitrerrTVfi . .; , j aiardo, 101 .Sci-on'il street, Citjc'ntiali; fJltio.'says be has Wen a dreadful sufferer tith Pile, for a lor'g time and has tried near:; jovprythijift and coy id obtain no relief.'. '.1I .ovf ah. nit ,ojio r'iriri ofa pot.of Pr. ptrkW.inJ's'.rilo. :0iniinent, and itmade a'coiupltie ciire, l,lUi';.a,Jvissiijvcry one who is ,'nlTering lo try li. ' ; v . , . S.il.l hy all Dnirir'r?t. 20 rents per pot. 'Marin. fsLiueiil ai tivi LiffST'fwrrrlr'wwwri tJiiiyrtitJHtt"1 Ash. nr . fetrH-,kly.vviV; Pile Iici"cdv nl" It. I.V ALL KINDS OF .'.'f i Gn- ;i,..,nni5. i. ifis nil : J5ctatiful Leave?! ( . i I Remember the Ho nr-wiea .Sadly, -': I LoreJ that Dear Old l"k3 a.iv" KLssjrig Ttrough the.Uar Kiog CottOO, w -I- : -.1 Linger, no -Darlicg ni s, -i 1 it. My Lizzie an' Me, My Country o Dow, ; . i . ' NeFcr;Dpoad, ni. u .. -, inc cH. Our Cwwtry and Flag, c ;i' Sha WeMeet Agai,i to-.r!.- ij ... They Pray for U at Home, The Natiou Stall not Die.: . Tread Lightly wheMs the Hero Sleepy i.-a ...IT!Hj3IfcIfTAiV il'a'i Battle of .Jfow. OritVM; -!-'- - ;" Camille Polka, Emma Wahk,-u t,.: Ht ,25 25 25 25 89 25 25 25 CO 25 25 25 25 75 1 50 SO General. Si pel's Martlt,! ' Lincoln Qnieksten ' "' 2$ Monitor Grafid March, Nun'g Prayer, "30 25 -. - Z-T-r - For sale fejr --:. Eooksellers and-Music Dealers. Sit 1 f $ 975 ! ,GIET.,..BQQIS-! . -.Sj I'TUii f iI:"T' " 9Jv - -.. .- ANNU'ALS,- .. -u -;?! 1: .'ft-:' t ! i t: .;,-.( .1 sit-,; ; t'1- f --n.' "V KIT IN G' DES KS .1 irl . 1 A FIXE ASSORTMENT AT FAHCY 000! Ladies?ti,JSeniac' and:cTicinityi . . roB rrie. ' "Opposite the Hivlicjr Uonje, petroitStreet ll'f'..lo fi;-. p : .Ji.l -.'i Kill : i eai( rhe atitriHori of my-iraiBeroni nends- to'th stock of UHilUOUi.liilL.ll UUUUJ i am Uiuij receiving at uiv eutoitiAiutiU cviunJi- inc of. '" fil Jne latest Htd wo? apjjd;stjhai frnxJie fjionaljle houses oCruiiilway, New Vork; antl also, rBcewtctiDn of French Flovyers,RibbQns, Ruches BOXXEX 8ILKS orf evtrjr Deaetifrfioa kept in " ' tstablisliment- of this krni." 4 cll ; j fi-- erpeclal 'otwtlo tt id" X'i-' m'J folorln. Bleacliiii?: ana Pressing, Whicli curt not be competed with In the Sttrte. 'Ail ''.t kj: order will be 'promptly attended to.-' 1 r. 'Thankful' .for paat 'favors I hope for -renewal ;f the same, as I. propoaaot. to be iuhdorsald by oy, eUher in J)y tnhm Giactnnari kowla j pwrT chadimy Geods at a bat:.iin, and, sis hjy bKulUt ; are such that I ,Tpect to ooupetoiwuh sny wi in uiy. Ira Jo, 'neat, of the moimtairig. .,.,( ; n ; ...'.Fivo i Ililliners', Wanted . ! ., .-, ;"une but good hands BfiidAppIr ii j XufiQ, 4(uiubcr uC apprentices wauted at. tincej . - ' miss m.""t. m:nntM:' noIS-Gvr Great American Tea Compan'. THit CREAT la American Tea Company Since its orgaaitaUon.'has ereatcda new era in (he ' '- ' . ' hiatory of " : ". ' .".-fli ; r..',. o'K.'.Vi". if- r I .1 : Bellins TEAS la thia Cotintry. . ! ALLur TeM are electcd by a Professional Tpa taster,, 'expressly -and exclusively for as. and we never charge over Two Centa fJ2 cenbj per pound above cost for original packages. V have but Oce Pri9e to everj .one for each uality, and.'ffi.it pticg "iiaBMiSi'iiarked on each sample package at oux.i'iieJn plain figures. . Viss.ue Jlontbly Price Jdsfoi our Tcs,.wiich will be sent free to all' who order it :w advise every Tea Seller to see it.'. , It comprises i rull'aa sxrtiiient selected for every tocartry rn 'rite' ' Prates, tbis list eacn kind is divided into r our Liaises or quJiaes, najnglx ; (aroHihXacgo, Fine, Fin. est, that evern7TnaJ:rtderstttJSLIrou, descrip tion and the prices annexed' that the Company are determined, to wnwersetTthe wboetea traievr VixiiiV" i eeiUU cjj): Jtadljpir4jLpc,t ages at not over Two Cents per pound above cost, believing this to be attractive to the many who have heretofore been paying Enormous Protits. Our Lueiinas it jjuelyocoo-or.iicw.jich we always execute as wj;jj ard proinjitly as though (he .tMferjCaint WsasriTiiXi tniaehts aoS laraa, and always guaranteeing everything ; our responsi bility enabling n -to do -all -we promise. Every dealar oas. order his W?aJ Jirt mm -b Cmpe&y, imi partisdf.ing bsinas "wrtiti Fffr ilamjrqd ACu miles of Xew Vork. can Return tea bought of us if they are Dot-cheaper than they can buy elsewhsao.-attt irirtlrcbaer ' isaie itised with his bargain wUkiri fourteen P";4aj-, -smd have the money refund9d to b"-, TJipse who are over Five 11 undred" milei 'cJn hsv th ifty 301 days,and the vmne privilege tnded to thein'' Besides these aaHlntages the Comtwoy; will par All Expenses, both ways, if the Teas are returned. Gyeat American, .Tea Coaipany, 1 .i. u:..; IVVORTEUS AND JOBBERS-i i : . i. .e,8l VeseJSt-li;en':Vqik' noli.3m "' "J ' '""I "; . t..;...,., .i.TrT..1 -.r'1..; 1 : r.'.Atir.'.X wjm ,inail r'-'"-'. i :.'. fiit ' AXD ' '' ' ' ay-' j v ' STRICKLAND'S, Anti-Golefa Hixture, Ilii.i Hi. 1t'.(tJ ii'U. I'.'j. i iKlit Is a composition of astringonts, iabsorbents, stimu lants and carminatives, which every physician ac knowledges is the only prbnaratlou that will effect a permanent core 4fi)iarrbra Md Dysentry. This Anti-Golera Mixture is now in use in several of our sjmy hospitals where it (riven tho greatest satisfac tion, it nas saved the lives of thousands of onr soldiers and citizens, and wo will guarantee it to be the best reined r in tho world for Diarrhoea and ysWy. ."" ' i. a "6"wfc,f O'Utigton, K-.i-i.i mo tnj.y to sjuisfy any one a .to the virtue of Strickland's Anti-l'holera Ii-Tt1ur,eiin fct we have a great num ber of testimonial, from, virients Who have been cured after being pronounced incurable by their physveians, -same-alter' ttikipgj orrlj on, bottle of isiricklaiids Xnti-cnlera Mixture. " If any one suCcr with Diarrhoea and Iysontry try one bottle. SOLDIEIIS ! You cin-lttnot to W n'ltliou such a valunble ed- icin. Th 1- ificifinan ntionio I niun, ot April 24th. s.-ivs. that thousands of our soldiers have been saved by Ihe use of Strickland's Antl eolera Mixture. l or 'ills by Pnip-its itSU cents per bol'lr. no 9 "E.isl "fib St., liWallualti 0. Ocueral P"'pot. nrj7. - , M.tw t ,r.v-, Wf i.- . -.m'SO h j J, f - J a -Ti. r-ai I : t UE 1 - 'l 'icr:1.,- ri c" ' J ''if'. i . ,.,;. 11'.. . t.n 1 ; ...I l . l , b- '"'Cl: Letter from Louisville. J'" .... .. ,'.'l6uiSYii,L,.&'Jf-Vw j - i!7i--m s - -IT Jrtoum i.I f. ?JK-.:r3Ti,a;; itrf'cr'tn -I i ! fc-:'5il TlteiSehrriicLinvalnablSIliirBri uu leners-lnjm tae povs in ioe ueiuiiuiapjj ienianatrwYlVora AJfirotow!B'o2.if s, Mr'al'; !are MgeUjr 'iread, .and iiuSi.. wade.iacquaiAted, wii...Uie wheeeafeoiitF tmd. i bjitabonb. of many old friends whont uwe nave not seen lor many long mo.nt.ns, 4ot(rVl3P aijsji id lifonj .wliom yret sel- oni near, except Ltirpaga ice - ineaium xa thoiL-cal ppe,.Iu.local:4jfchatis.gT)b- fbled up aV-4 deck .wdrfa1 "fct. m, a d0utliife!JDri soinff edlrflffflslM em- itociiffons o4'.!be 5olitigi''esti(Mp1of tie day are good for a man to take, every Biorning bfforo'breakfaetspetially of he nadartbe copperhead papef s of Louisville, ?f e"ln6w:bothinj: of lVsccr local '"nle'efinira tistil we fn.'Vnya')i?( P?E,fna , these accounis'ij JirajiBierW'ipg, !&r 4 .they, tell pa .ttat nii done iiw what; .is -nottohe" iowav It ifeppt -if jae ". .iSa trtae. aoJ pliable; jpnior ',' mcn wbe faUft tyMtty??' .r9r cafi: from,tie,ert, ,;Vo,aro ryiy glatoliiBOwJMried; any ;. our frwtHli baVetititered apoBrtheirearth!y happiness, fnJhe.'-inarnage notices yve that '.in furmiition. It is ea(-.to -leara ihata re- laUve; fuentf oraeqnamp(ne m m more 'among the living, butirhea' fench- is faet it wwell usfo krlow 1t.: and 'tbe vSrnftnet h Erst 'to.'.'pnng u's. f'.h i:'-..-. .''Tf. -V..t i t, advertisements we iob treejres foci jn thezn wc fii'd new!- W leora Fro'nl thetq wlio-is aom theS'rhosl ijce'tnsinessj what changes kre'.niade' ia-b'usincss firniSi tLow'the hoslare Jding; the.. "old; uns! to. -their, .grecra.eot,tof.o?cloi up-i4 o'clock, how 'Milborn''' is'ptrsevertngo rendrndosday'pleapntMilburn tl.otl v is'tryin to' ma te a living whifo.a"few are );.') i r . re getting sOrich Vhev dou'l neeil to'liye', how'Ja.ei)l minute where .'tot fibi aremedy 'whittb, will 'cure all '"ills that ' flcsll " w heir to!'' aziness a!nd big'fet es.cept'ed.) vjicre to go totnvestgrecnpapKs in s which is better' thad' to invest ln'caI estate, how jd address' "two! good ookingjygfe' privates who "want trj''. correspond ' with sevenfj Eve!6r a, jtunreji sjUy!' unsophisticated :v uo. -occ.. cvC. Uertauiiy we reaa tne :,. t-4- ,: . V v.-o-f .A ji ii '.i j aJvertiscnicn's, aj;d when. we tluow aside theSeiitineY, oc'hand it.(o a soldier, friend to "reaj, we pn'ly regrct.thal. jt jl'ocs'n come C'i i encr ,i aan once a week. i uw as aTwaygad' to lie'ir Kron'an old friend, and who that is a crtizeu.ot ."Mid urccne . has girls who may wish thpy iiauo t exchanjf- e j rjli'oCn'rrrADhs and 't-d'scripttve .tolls if tbe s noti score or"moreof fricndsld lje ny? And who can read a cop'y'bfihe;!'aTefe army Ana wuo can reaa a copy Sentinel' without learning something of the whereaboufTrIhe' eddttifion, the march es, the skfe'w'hew, a'tjil'-tiStties and suc cesses of tL®LmeDtsin-whioh some of 4bcee fnend re winning glor ibrcdteitt- selTeaj-theit friends) ttefc coutittr'SHt'ei! afld- I ountTV .!J- Y HO WOUia DC Uemea the,,?,;i1Vi!e:9-LvD- ohee a weelfj hsu hg expense, Jiqt indre.thn ijte ppstaga.flp ine nf. abai.let tra which HcoWaiaSjUo say nothing of tlie iirformatioij' witbatit which a 'man '-ioti t know how- to 'vote "to ""prevent' hims,elf and tis'cq'ftnty'Vr'om "being scud puj; o trait!nrs, ana witnout yiiicu, ae,isjarQiy.egyueu pT citizenship. Wh). would not suhscribeor She. best local paper in order te'send it to a aohl'pr frjendwheW'the expense tjf doiti would not cxceeiJ, Jive cents ppr wceK, postage. anrji alU The local paper rhay not De appreciaeq. py (jiuzcns a liomt;, uu vilue to .tb8.oJd'ers!3.qil .the absentee :is inqa)oulable. -vLoug inay -Kfhepii Sentinel stand qpon the hightowir 0f '01d Grethe' todSmmunieStc inffcll'sence from one" 'to anothea of tt h u ndr'e Js ,o f noble heroes who are dereodiisg a oouiatryi for which they have forsaken all enrthly 'pleasures J and enjoyments, and for which' 4hcy' are Toady, willing arid ' es'pcOting fo' eactifice j.h(if lives?1' ' '"'" '; 1 "'' '' '" .'''.. '"" i !--"".-. J-TiGBat , P. M. Q. D. Rain at Last. Tti fllftT .PjiiwxiTii-aa, Thursday. July 19? 18G4. "a-'Jfliiiter "luVras'reizns srtVreinc V I ; . t, , I i?-n-s- supremely, superDfy, graijaty, rlousl-f'! 'Thank 'tlieLoraforVain! Lot ! cltiriouslV thhtfa'4ens be praised For 'rain! ;If you would know the cause of my enrhtisiasm l.tl rnin-questiop, I will tell 'PU..-") j.W.hen J, was bbipg around, rjjii,.,Uje gallant Gth Corps thf glorious Jbth Corps, I the magnificent Gth Corps, -he. imuprta) S Gth Corps, (and the An"? of the Potom- ac has a few more, left of. the iame sort")brr you know how the Hcbs skedaddldtl from Baltimore arid ntVaBhington' when they found the invincihld'Cth Corps1 iu'-frohl of them-r-wlfn,! fiJ,,IW hpbhinaxpnnd wjth thelhint, lor.'tpuR,,mignifi:ocnt1inr vincible, immortal Gth Corps,up in IMaryi. landI, frequently; heard! the boj-s .iqon gratuhting.: t'homselyca omhaving gottert out of whut they represented. a:ihe ibe tolrjjblc.dast of the Petersburg front, up on the ttrra frinavftlxcjx former haunts. thaught rom what they said that it roust be a pretty, dusty place do,wu hero,,- but it made no particular 'impression -upon . piy mind; Hired in Washington" (getocrally: :' supposcd'to hb the dirtiest aud dustiest! t place on earth,) and ' I thought 1 knew ' onictbing ab-ut du-(. I have seen per- tic. rotomac from lo4 , Harbor iia? Eivej. ,:All.: tto boys;-., fay A'a was-Mwiost atjtHi ;; '"th- uixk inehctr deep no, that will nqtj ex j prW itflour. is IrEsavy:, .' If tte dry aod rfnstv etiDweba'At nil snaoi nnrl-H gaered' together .ond gronnd ! with" the lightest, dryest magnesia and pnrnice s'toite finest',5 drest'powder.-and strewn froni'VnWe 'fokn deep over tne Surface of,, the earth; through out tbpart of' the irf oVary, the resdt mtgth ipprokiuate in a jirfighl degroo to the state cf -the '-soil and rflitifV.wltbout n'Ln ' vnn'it'Tn ajtaiI-dvst alone werfrseen green foresb vm. .--Til.iln "nnrV fioi ' that cons disap naer.there in clouds of dust, and do.;n'oi 'know "whether they were ever seen afterward or XiOjtXsia remember how the Tujtiil E.uibissadT used .to Jie flat j the ground there, to avoid what they 1 V "ffiP? M Le tlreadfttl aitmWS 'iuci - trsi ? I hav jn v howerd .of ran J : on reacsyivaBia-4vennc;:eaused by the wet. W rairj of-cloaJs of dust in' the at- ipqsplffrft.s Iay :I thought I . iad seen iipi.BiiiJvex hdj. ' l--thint .one ' ot LnTOrforresooadenta'cave a - trncbio ;'. the march Of ; the r, I rill teUjoo, hciwJt- b;;.TIie jto'A- en f fiovb; sidof Jawes IUrctvlq' tbia sec- Tiot,iis Tory light, -.jSandy. l4i,i.wbieh thejhpt;"anij Ipng.- eoctinufrl drontb and constant attrition of army operations .- and .mpiYeaionts iad worked, wherever theleast exposed: into a .4ntionf,s.,be4.-.f :the lightest, dryesjk kind-of. dust.'tcre'raJJricUes dep. If, the lightest drycsl kind of flour wvn sprca(i over the Eroubd; from-: three Hoe dtisWicTfe. ' Vt to' this 'mbr'nms man ;Borbeast cquIJ not ptlr -without stirring lip i f eioud ,of duat. njTb wovenlent of ..- a earporal's guard would be' taken Tor the ehangd ef iin arm' e'orps or army; and lable to bring but :tho. artillery ajatohg tieUneiny-'fl . lines.,'. The nioye ?WnAof f jrge body of troops would Lave bee, to-soy the least, tb dustiest move, .tncrits-the'world ete'r beheld! Kot a fclid 'euld 'jwallow by,' the .'rbadstdc 'without barrieading jt with dust.; .oronlJ even a.iKirsty.graashOpper Stretcbi bis lefcs by springing to'a:n'eighborihg-b!ade "without Raising'1 'ihtf. challenge; -' f'tTho' '-"oea fhereT' White -oflieera and orderl rid- hng nI0ng tlioiraehad mutnaliy xhnmed jieaab other from thcir;.;tggTegations of dtt pW kttow' which was Whioh, ali nature' was sufficatod man,- benst, - bird, .'and Insect wprc .jpflrehednd choakod with,, -(lait; pJI throgB wjcre covered with t' e. light; tola-! tile.. powder the earth. was a' sensitive dust Bap; he air mouij noon, "and, night asloggy witfi .' !ts "dusty '.'ex'tiaations j forest and plain, plant 'aid .treoi us."wiih feathery snow in Winter, were draped in fj4asf-airy, smiikey, fcatherytolatilc dust ---Sor-sfi'ra.test breeze, ncf tiniest 'insect. Wst fining 'all space1 with cs !'""; f6 "Si rintrilonaWa n-iotf - , Tv.b : .i-...:; tbia .morning it ebmriienccd to rain; first came half Urr mnrT. 'tbMi' th arf.ii.fe jn'd1 then muddy jjwaer-'but now pours . copiously the gy0d fpiXfash'iomd, limpid rain-water.- Ail-na- waerJhut now pours . enpiously the gixid Itlrfashioncd, limpid raia-wat8r,- All na- t lirA.f a-ohnnrvcl i XVTini'rt V. i' t, 1 . j rep imtuia tarB,r.fihanl. i WTinm' ha'nb. nf im. fiefds ' that oeiore were an ot one tlusicy. June are now "iegated with the " different erops they bbnrj.med and animals' aro disti;iotlyoeo ftbviDg ' hboufftnd horses pan be 'distin- "rfritsheJ from mulos'anj'ollicprs from men anu civilians, ah nature is vocal ana ap-- monslrativ nf f.ir tle yorrtinn Even thc littlo toads (rained.down I sup pose; in the. first, shower of mud) are skip- pihg jauntily about on e gr.oond, as if glad to get to rrqrmri 'the delighted birds are cheerfully pei forming their toilet andcjiirping their pyiulness fiom- thous ands of bovjghS)an3"bfScer3andmcn arc rid ing and walking about in the rain for the fun and refreshment ancf' luxury of the tbmg, while commanding generals pwudly pace their tents with an air of relief and a sensation and a " feeling univers;ily prevails that something can and will now he thine, .. u. .. -; . ,. ; I asked an aged colored woman to-day, nafivo pf thg localify ai4 to thc . manor born, jf when the soil got wet it was apt to stay wet or whether it would ydr-'.' sqon get dry and dusty ; again. !i I asked her carefully and cautiously, inwell-considcr-el phrase',' deeply splicitous of .the re ponse. She rcp'ied that when tLc grouud got right wet it was maughty apt fq keep moist a good while, and that without fycing very mudy. .1 felt relieved and breathed easier. So yo'u may ' expect .. to Lear of magnificent army Bioremeats here before a great Drbild!". " ''"' -" '' " We have lots of good news here now glorious news,,, but we catinut, use it at present; ere long you will hrrir if. I wish . i'tl. l .' . . i j, jf yOUrdevotod old JtorUiorn patriots down hcre.just to show theni what was going on. " J uey woakl go nome, not exactly with a flea in their ear, but with assurance ia; their hearts that would bring gold down and Union stoc jp1 ajiialzipIy. Fr0m what L can' learn from the other 8idri,r'the Ticbs are dreadfully ni.caFy about Grant's movemcuts. -. Tiiej' thiuk thero is something ominbus in his silence ' they fear hs is np to something they wot not of. The poor devils may bet;higa on that is all thc consolation J con give them. Why do they not attack, and relieve t.f ue'ves of the suspehec? Why do they not atf tick .Washington u'ore'yigrr6usTj? Why, 'that is a game that they cannot play at that they aro played out at. . , , -i WedxesiV.vt Slpu.viyo, July '2.0. It baa quit raining, and has rained just enough.-' The earth and air art glorious. AH nature is washed clean and brand cw. The army is bully invincible, jutii 'tit, ijand eager for the fray. Considerable firing was hear ! tie lines last ,'u'ght, both, of as" nmketry. It was uotbing 111: : prinu-ntal and j:eket f;v .r. 1 i-for ' 1. , ll ed ':-- ' i ('worlcing of otir latlcriesiioir is nothinc; (Store thimth of JnTy sport 'for tlie brnre bzjs manisig them.' They like- the 'port goiod d.-al better" than they do their' rii on tions.' There is jut enoujh daO'rr in it to make it p!ea.urably excitable 1 wish 1 conlJ tell you soure thir!r that arc going on licrc.Dut 1 caunot at present. ton shall have the details ints iufcHig- able a manner as possible, as" soon as the proper time comes! ':: - ijwm- f.'nf. r . , A, , - 1 be univer-al acclaim of the arrtiy here is, --Don't give no the th?p Union and tilt n , V - m t . Liberty forever. A -. I . TfiTunt. . ' j. ; i-Mulligan, i I ILLINOIS. Richmond view of affairs at Atlanta. '. , ' ' lanta." 1 1,1 ' " ' i'i-viUinaS ,. . -. :.;'! .' :.; ,; , ' I J . .- i , ... ...Tr-t,., , . r Ffoni the RTclirhonil Examiner, July 20tb. ' The eve of battlaieirgia seerus Jto , , "rr.i. v. , have arrived. Theepemy have crossed the rircr and encamped1 'wiihin six miles of Atlanta. The dispatches whieh give this news . contain the fareweH address of Johnston and-geucnil order of Hood. These . . B, , . . A, . pipers are marked by, tie proper tone, and if the army Is inspired by thq same hiyaUyr,the removal of Johnston, however detestable, it may be, that the urseDev of the rJoUntryVsitnatinn'houId furnish the means' and 'ocdsion for thegratificsitjon of deliberate am) long abiding personal ma lignity, the result in:iy perhaps prove bene fifal.to the country. Ko General cap ren 'der.Furl service whoTs not fulfy sustained by his Government.. Johnsion was not, bat nothing will be left undone to sustain Hood. There is a point of similarity , be tween tb.e second ranovaj of Johnston and the first in 18C2. Then, as now, the cry Was raised in ptihlie thit he wouidjhot fightwhile he it-is daily ' repeating his four demand- -one: cf which' waa::that Jackson should bey brimghtftom the yal. lev to the rearjof JlcClellan. . But there were always gdnd reasoni why they could not uc compiiea witn wntie oui)ston neia pcommttt d. '' WhenLsie oceuwed his v a th d tr'iop8 poured ttp from tlie Souths and Jackson appeared in tbe rear.of the ene my and a famous victory was the result. Ia this year Johuston has1 placed" Sherman in such a placd flmtj'if the Forrost-Ijee ' cav- j" airy were put on his Communications, ha ! would t;oEco, be compelled to totreat r "attack the Confederate intrenchraeuts, in either of which cases he would certainly he dddtroyed. " But the eava!jy'cou!J not j cofne.Tior the Trans:31is'issfpi armyhilo i Johnsto remainisd -iVr oniin;nd. TRe campaign has. thus, 'dragged through two months.-,- But if it isreimtinue4.: a week longer we stiau nenr. or .wrest .anil near of Smith. " Perhaps Sherman ia aware" of me iaci, an.i so auvaneps Doiuiy on the trenchas of Atlanta. : No mere flanking :now.,- ;lf a will fight even , over Sntrench ments, while, he has. only .pno arrriy to fight, and will almost certainly he destroy ed as h"! would have been at Kenosaw and Kesacs,' if lie could hsve been fire-, vailed bn.to' pernhit.irl bis partial assaults. It It now h'-peil that he is nboufc, tii.-roike his final assault; the rrmy is in. admirable Older, 'and, if its morale is nnshakcri,rthe result cannot fail to be that victory which: Gen. Johnstoii has patiently pnpartd Hod fairly earned for his cbuntry, though' riot Liiusclf., 1 , I 1 I l I j I SKIRMISH AT PEACH TREE RIDGE. From? the P.ichmond Fxamincr. Jnty'2Isi. '" There-was no news 'received as no news received yesterday r,aj.0ither through ..rf ejai or f,Wie ban rl liot-n hnorrl -nt if. Ha from Georgia. private; ;SQurcep, place we. sheuld hava heard -of it, 'e must, therefore, inter that the situation is unchanged since pur hist advices, wlie'n, it will he recbleered, that the whole of Sher msn'aiai'my haB'crossed the east bank of Chattahoochee and St down before -Atlan- ta- .: . . ', - ' .,' .-.'-.! At a late hourlast Light we received tho dispatch published in anoiliercolnrnn.in- nouncing the skirmish at Peach ;Tree creek.. Peach Tree'creek fcs a euiall stream, which taking its; rise five ,',or, six inds northwest of Atlanta, flows in a. 'souihT westerly direction and empties into thc m.i,..i. i - '...:(..,! i and nearly due, west of AtlaMaV ".Our 1 ri.rht U helievert to-, rest nniin the stream ! and be protected on its flank;by it, , -This skirmish is ar auspicious beginning for Gen. Ilood.'' ' '" ."'" ". ! ; I ! - , j News. -Ii TtiiORi(,.Iuly V,' M Tfie evening edit tog pf tlje .imcri.cnii publishes. the. follow ing!: : '" ' '""''- "- ' ' 1 ' '' ' !''-V liaVcliecn able to ascertain this nujr.ii jng nothing definite .with regard -to-.tlus rdiel tnoyeruents at M.irtinsbnrji. nd n;ong the lipe of tb- Ilaljimpvis k Ohio ftnilrond, further t)iaa t!at uj.wtwl (be exciting stories in circulation onMomlay were eiilicr un foimded'or gfdatly exaggerated. As far as we, can learn this morning, 'Ayill- bf pot 'f.ril.l : 11 .l K W HAn 1 iiipsrior forces, to fall back to the Potomac ,; an.t from.'tjiebcd ' througW; Marlineburg ,to ,h:etarrffit4, Whe? j the icbels occupied Mnrtin?burg la?t might ! isnot.kuown, but of its cvaouatia. , there ; scorns to be no '-.loubt. ' Tins, mornrng the ! trains to FredcHck and VashinBlon went ; oiii asnunl..onda train for i5andy : Hook ; kft t 7 :45 A. M. ' The suspension pf tel-1 eRmphic eperations fest night is' said to ' have been caused by a stern). $en. IJuier has however, forbidden all tdegranhic com-1 fliaaioatlon"' ith riarpcr's Perry, and of ' course we htvc nothiug dofiliito fi-om tkut j ViTJaAmcrfn'a tfotnf tookont .corrcjp,,,!.: S eneays: , "During last: -.week there. .crc large arnyals .Here .ot rotugecs ,. Horn tne j South, Consisting' or old men, women ami children of all natiortnllttcs. :Thi-y lay that thit suliiDrilics at uiclnuond granted troo passes to all' women. and children and . old meif Who wish to eomo north. Some of these refiijecs say; ifizf, when sronsing the Itnpt p:Uauuock ihov hyavd ihat Sliciid.in hail attacted Ivarly- in his retreat anil enrturfd barh'ii lnrge number-: of. eattlo ami: wiigbta. The Csiii Jj.as fai, to have taken place ueaj ytnuiitun." ... .... 'i:-iv Vouk,' July i.-H-A Washington spe cial says the Government lias been, expect ing the return of tho rebel invnilors jnu made: preparations to prevent a senrins cursion into Maryland jf.nj Pennsylvania. . f is believed that Ihe plunder . lately obtain- ; has been deposited in ihe Shcnandwih , vallcv to, supply a formidable forW to 1 ., sent Nort. ' (ihcrs think, this nry dti)on- slraiioll is only to detain the Sixth turps' ; from Oranl, Wasiu.voi-,-, duly 2il. I-atcstilispalchcs from' Harpers Kerry iilo tht tho fcbcTs have not. menaced ithas plaoe. au.i are', not nearer -the Pot.;,ii:.!)s Martinsliig-g.' . New Vohk, July 'Jd. Special "A' ashing! ori lclics say that the rebel (raiding forces I'avly moved through iho pa pi on oniing into the Shenandoah Valley, -v mi oulercd the force of ttenrrali ', - si-d t'rook, ami also, a pu'l of 'ho -.- ;!! t-t Htitittr. A Kittle took pl.fi- ;a . fi if , go tOI si-ipcaiit -f In wiiicli lh! Union troops, were' defeated I ami compelled to .retreat - Geiievol Averill ! lost heavily. . The rebel. .faree r great hr out- J niim,(r,l that of our troops. .Yesterday Gen--i Krlr ' ocetipieil Jlartinsburg, and a'dw , ferry. No intelligenco of .their ''ana trrTrfr' Crossing into -u.-irjn nil una w-cu rttemru. The . Biovetuent las .bveit made evidently ' 1 . . . ,f . i k .. i - : t under the impression that our lorcca bare been withdrawn. ' '.! t.roep' L,-, dcpartienii lisve been ! i rainK where thev will be likelv to pVcvcnt such raid as ths -rcent one,' '- ' 1 There i " report of the death' W. Colonel but it is not yet confirmed. A dia- .&tei ofr0tn "Gen. HuDter. at Hrper s Ferry, states th - knows nothing abont , it; and it ia hopoJ that the rumor is incorrect. . Thesis good reon to. believe that E-arty'i force. will not cross. into Maryland.,. They mnv, however, aiteuijii. . Pnnvfv.' - " " " '' ' '; Baltimou July 25. It is extremsly difa- i'cult to obtain' 'any authentic information relative to atfaii a ontUa UppesrJ-ottuuae, and rebel . movemeati io the Valley, By Uf the greater narf.of tbe rumors, and post- tie atniisnrnt, . houly; ut:-ia,pirciilatiun here, are evidently. l'-t- n- therefore not 'ort - ToPcatiriS-all informafioa thm far . obtmni UW believed . that t "vin be founJ Jhat the. rebel force at .prosont la the YaV&v, nni reported to-be -at Mrtibtrrg and otUer poiat, i. noje ; ether j than the recent force 01 i-aiucrs, woo uuu.ok tht ey- o tanger purevred by. .ay Wee foi-oo hof. suddenly, turned And foil W small force,' under Gen" Crook, ithtlie obect: of driving him biielt-.beyond the Potomac and freeing the valley from Federal troops, so as lo enauio tiiera to gamer tli crops of the taller, ao ?iuil!y 'impartwit to I.ee'g army. . . . Poubtleis it is thcir-rmTOse' -1'30 to 110 the ra'iaahlef they oiin iiorti of thei- Potamac, and it is pojnlMe may attempt r. raid in the southern counties of Pennsylvania. It in believed lovniftnt th:t the wild SftiTies io extensively 'circulated here last night and to-day, of a dis.txter fo our forces 'in en countering the --rebel advance, :hTe little foundation in foot. , r ... Tho telegrKph line is working west ay far na lbtrper a Kerry., txit H in thii; Service of tho military authorities. Trains are. runi. nin rogijlarly 1tf Frederick; -and 'Harplsr'i Ferry. . . ,' t llABBtsnt ao, July SG.Miijor-Ciefl. Couch has advi.cd the State autbor!tieto receive all the companies tendered, fox 'OMi year's aervloe, and to atlneJi, them temporarily to Organizations of hundred dayn'men. ' ;:AI1 quiet ou. the'TJppec , I'otaiuae. ,Je-day j Additional from Atlanta. 'tfASbiXGTOJr, 'July 25. " di-'atch ?rrm Atlanta, reeeis'ed by the Govern rncnt this evening, estimates our. losses in Fri day's buttle at about 3.0QQ and that of the rebels at about 6,000., About 800 'dead rebels were buried1 in ftont' of our -left win or. -;: !!; t v.ii The fiiihting is described as having been terrific, the rebels making repeated charges widl the bayonet, each tinVd renulsed'with great ishttthfer, and Anally driven into - """"wn . . -i; i; - .; i l'De rf,be! destroyed "nil their immense depots of provisions in Atlanta, and it was believed were retreating by the way of Macon; road. " Our cavalry, i . probably Would intercept tltejr Tetreat long enough to enable ourinfanlry to come up ' Twiv rebel Generals were'killel and two wonnded. A dispatch has just bocn received, n- nouucinr tr.e su.-cessioi result oi irc-neia Bonsseau'sl cavalry expedition On the' flank pf Hood's army ak"AtIanl-a. ."' KQusseii's force left Devitiur-.fjL'wdjiya.lgOj-ilcertis-sing the.Cha-tahooohee,i hfs eoluryn pro ceeded down the railri ad toward' jloiit gomerf' Ala., huni'ng!'nll'. the; -railroad biidgea. Arriving at Montgomery the colua;n under General Garrard, which left Decatur the sajue time, destroyed tlie rail road between that pbifff and ''Cotfn-rtirt': cofau!achy und Yellow liiver'.werebiirnel. 1oth coIlfa'is arrjved safely at Mariot.a; their loss was frlfliiig."1 ' ' : "."' ... the large railroad lindires CTtissuia the t4 According to oflk-ai 'accounts re'eeived since Hood Assumed eomniaiid of tbij reb el army, he has lost ovur 1:2,000 men while .Sherpian's losses will not exceed SiOO. It 13 believed that -'Hood's army riirist become ao tliorotighly demoraliEdd that itoarfbp jcaptu.cJ.. t;.,.T,-; J J;.,, r "a- -aa'.I A Yankee Soldier trying to Trade. i : F .')'. ij-4--" ": ' '-r.:'' . An incident occurcd.tlie other day, in General Butler's "cerhmand, quite illustrative1 of the "Yankee character1. Thc correspondent of the !eW lork TilnCS tells the StOTj: .;:?.)-. -i--- -:Aa incident which may he -charter tcrijied hs. .very., important, occured . on Sunday morning, nv. iront oi ueq. John W. r.urncr's lings. 1 A' sergeant stepped out from otir f tfie-prts, and moved toward the enemyy waving a l?fe paperi reganlle&s i.of the : proba bility that be :wouhl,at. any, -moment be J ,shot. . A rebel offiiccr sho,ut"cd to go jbckbut the sergeant was uhminrl M of ttier:warnin;g; an"3 asli'ctfj ' "SYon'"t you "'exchange ive wspapcr8?; 1 said the rebel, "I hava na'papcr and Iwant j-ou; to go b.ick', ,,)Vith singu1 lay persistence the sergeant continued fb atlrance, saying, "well'if you hain't paper, I rpckbli some of 'your'''men have, arm I want'trj-exchange, I- tell you. . '"My ' ien! have not got BHV ing oi the kianj JOU musf g pack, said the ,qlj;.ccrr m a loti'ler Wnp and with grSlvt emphasis.. "Nothing jauntei tl10 Yankee Sergeant!' Still , , , . , i i advanced untlll IlC Stood plnmply bC- Tore the" indicant ' ofljcer niid gaf.4 11J 4ojj Ve"llW YOU hecd'ri't get VOItr , . - T . , ""dcr up. . .Idon t meail-any. harm way.-' 1 rapS.iK y.i .aint. got.: IN) newspaper J8 might give nj3 .451thin pk;,.:jke Your ,woul1 S.pmc COUCfl . lyr i-pmo tooacco. . 1 m rCi(Uul.aiiXlOUS.tor ' ft trn.ln T1, astonished ' officer coiihl'oiily repeaf his1 command :""Go back, yotr rascal, I'll take Vbu a prisoner. I tell yp'i we haye nothing to exchango, and wo uout wnnt anything ta tla .with you l Ynntces." r-Tlio Scrgcalit said d-uer. j i'uljyi- vWcll, thea, if you hit got j nothing here's the paper anyway an.r i you get one from Kk-limond thisatV yei-MQrn, you can send it over." You'll, i finil mv name tiiar on ihit. ,,' luc mail S .impudence 01' tllC OitlCCr 3 f Ca ijcrnCSS for I1CVS mad; hllh ilCcrpt. r 1 , ; , . . . , .1 t0oK U TVcf ' ,u OCrgCUllt "W hitt W.1S thOHOWS from tcrsbur.. Oh ! Otir folks say WO jL'Atl m 'their just whe w e want to, .u are wnitircto crobblc all yon -felt fwhi,st..,'wii.' t..3 ren P O . ii II 1 , ,lv. s'V eii, 1 (ton t know but what yau can '".lo it,''' said tjio Lieutenant turnriigon hiV heels and rc-cn- ill MIS Title- Its ; - uh .mvi imv. iii jr 1 , vnn had bolter l" OiicK.. . 1 ins nine thc ol cvi-'l tbe nf; -repeated order, and. ou ttlluig I'is advcnlurc. was thc hcp Mi-- m-iiiio" his eomrades. of at r t,y , the m vf , In d up how by " No Mothers In Novels. Tliofact W'rni Lcert state.l bJ a writer C9v noveust, that few authors '0 els arnl of fiction attempt to introduce into "their works the character otf a mother..., Pickcasi has very, few ia the inn ny volunics which lic.has' writen. ,: "None of ,Misi Bronte's heroines have a. mother; and even Sir Walter Scott and -M-is-Ed-. goworth -rarely introduce't the char acter. "The her"b"he3 pf .fll'tiau ,ha-vi no raoth'ers.'r Jhcro "are cscept'ous, bu tjthej arerarev Th5.s;.nj:h.njt;ir al relations of life furnisSi small cope to the inventive geiuofTwriter3, who aiia tot W "tn'1 tkistrjif Uu.t"st?ir-' tiVa-rtd-'dfhakf: 'o oito'-" can1-4 KaVe read novels wittiffut having, had the conviction forced'upon the mind 4:hat eorv!?;rcj 33uncleT?ilj-.i3.rij' o say iTeceptuxu, u'ljlerlie'every woj-k of fiction. By anO'it?pohen word or candid avowal of jhe truth, the long drawn, torturing array' of circum- romance be turned, into the reality of daily life. Thi& necessity of decep tion doubtless has much to do with the expulsion J? mothers iijom ths. J4jea flfaiGi'TEfiJd-oit ai3IidaAaia the victim 6faUyiUx)ii3 and surlerings from which, no fine . has . authority or power to set her free", ' ' : But a still strbh'gor' !caii3c for tho omission exists in tlie fact that a hero ine must be suffered So ac out, with out restraint, those 'natural impulses and wild passipna, pf her,heart which anymothor; however Trorldly, grieves to behold exemplifletl in-a daughter. Liberty.ofspeech and. liberJy of ac tion are inseparable: from the brilriant heroine of " ensatioii ; riovel. She could never be.su5Jected for. a moment to the gentle .check ofa iaothers pre senoe and loving" glance: Thus the mother is dispensed with as an ele ment (ju'teqj,ae; duili-and common place to be compatible' with popular taste. . .... , . f . 4 n o i.-t )t 'I'i !' I 1H '11.111!'! General Smith on the Negro Soldiers. .ill&rs. ', ., , "Carleforr: 'rite'i froflr th;,Seld to the Bo5tori'.:"To.u'rjial: "', ' ';' "Lew dYs ao I satjn the tont oTTieneral "WTF. Kmitficoinmander "jfthfc 18tT!rS-my;cw-pJ!ahiJ;'Jit'ar hfs fiirrarien of the ininfter ' wSicH General llink's-division of colored troops' rtood the'fif atnf -charged up on the rebel works east of Petersburg on the 16th of June. There were Ljpighteen gu'ps'pouring a .tpBstJnt vne ot solid sirotaBtl sirolli upon..! uio.se troop?; enfilading the' Hn't''enttinj ;lt rfen-tliwUe.ariil crosswise, ' "Yetthby stood nnraoved lor 'isjx. iioura.; , A0t man nirft-hed; -' fThese-'arfctboiwoHa ;i,f the;:Gec;i,'!It" wa'sji.'ieterc ercB-!'iaat.iJiBjt'.9tio''i.tt and when, mv 'arnngepicnts wrro ''completed 'jfor'c!irg?ng' , tf.d"; wqrk.a, they moved, with the... steadiness qT veterans to the attack, t expected they would fall bact 'oT bd cut ta;p1eces, but when I saw them!. move ,-pvei- ' the field, gain the works ad-capture tho guns, i ''was astounded.'- hey lost be tween five.' and. six, hundiied paga.' in doing.iU , -.Thcro as. :materiai3ii, jthe negroes to make the, btjst. troops-in the world ir tfrey arc properlj .'frrirn- Cd." " .IH-.-TT..7J 'Those are'the WfirtTs orbneof the ablest comjyontlers'&nd '.engineers. ' in the scr-uce-r-ft graduate efV est Point, who earlier in- tjje war; had, the pre judices . which! .'were held .hy many other men :. against the . iiegro.!. llo has t hao-cti his viewsi idle is'- co-ii. viriceif,,'- an2'''h'dhrably',''fo!lfltwsf;.'liis convictions, a.Uo- all.' men, ,-.wha, are not stone blind and - pen-erselv. .'ili- .1' An "Off-hand" Joke. A sturdy Sergeant in one oL. the Massachusetts rcrriinents being 'eh Tig ed jo 'submit, to the amputation of. his haHtL, tha BurgenaolTered to .adminisr ter chlbr'ofbrrrl.n lieaar, lAtt he refnsed, aJikn, he.waateii tot, !- aul laying his hand on flie"tablE- sibarit. ted, t o ' ti b . b j c r a t i o 3. ' ,?c; ith o it tr - a" ';e : pain, except a rjacr Muwg,,Vf j-js teeth as the saw struck ' the-marrrQw. The ppcratprr, s tc .f:r,hj'; his. victim iyith aTia;ratioiv ond x(? markerl r ''Youodgltt 4o baro bee 4 surgeon,' my m'ari."'i'I1'was the ttest hiig ta one nfre I enlisted," said the ' hcro4 f-What was that?" askc.l the doctor. . ''A butcher!" responded tLs sergeant with a 'grim smile, which, surrdi'nlint cbmmuiucatcd itself to the bytaiuwrs,' fiSThe bones of, lantc ;v'g been begged fro.? ilcity s Ravcna, where he di,c.l-aj? . Jjr be solemnly transferred t.o Florence fur reinter ment, as an atoTT-.vi.ciit by tlie ryciH'nt rreneratien lor thc .wrongs uo"o Jmn ".1 - -' .: y lueir ancestors. is .n'trijo' ih-&y'Jlt Lord Lyons, imme.liathy po '"' receipt of thc news of tin' w:kicg of Alabama by t!y; Kcaargin put aclaim of idemniry u tie grvuutd !C.r hving a- British vt-ssih .. j , tftJS-A fechle-boking wnfchiinn wai recently summoiicd f"' .dt'in.g "gjii;, vons .damage to. the JUvcr . T.h.iiiii-s, tlio course of t-wJ.-m-? it aspi,v i that he had t ice atK'iiipiC'! to pt-.M thc stream! ' .1 jc.An inipiisitivc clerk; in' t'ie fcad Letter Office curious to fin4 nit mnny letters woro wrkuu - it it- postscript, mauc an investigation nn-i li'unl tuat out n i'.'s"'4 letters writ t ft Icuiali-.s. oiilv '.7'" were vith.-ut "-tscript ;.