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Tin: WIHCHE5TER JOURNAL ia rmt.mir.u rvi;itv i'kidav aonxisc r EDITOft AHD FlinrEIETOll. THUMS i)K SUH.SCIiirTION. Oue Dollar nnd l ilty t t. n Year, ! if rio it advinck; TERM.S OF ADVKRTISINfi: On quirf, one itertiori, l fn Lief .liiti.ul in'Tf ion,. Murrm 'inconni win 'e mt lctotliiff who n'lverti- fr n loniror pi-ri'xl. i'msinrss Dirrctorn. : i . i i . ii. . . utlneCard of lohn orlM f V j.e rjf ir. 1.1V K IN lliV.5rK. M IIOOI, EAATIIAlTigJ I I. I IIA I J , Srili.OL i:A.Ml.M::: for Hnn-I tlo!;.!i K-unty, will attfiid ta the 1.x-! n it. i nation ol -:p!icauli on th ' II I'ourlh Snturda) in I.acli .Month, i In the New Prick School-üou-e, North of the Uii.ru ii, Wiiichfctter, lud. .ma. nov'Jl-ly OltmVM, rni:M Au.mev, ' 13 M I'. Wmchrt r, JnJ. UUice in j the.Uil ii. tilling. (Jive ejeei d mien-! tion t the securin and culUrtion ol j c!nn. vinl j Diu . ri:iif:rs()v, winchr-JrV In lun. Oilice and. reid.i.ce en' oriitr of I iin and Svmtli Street, where, r in ir it iill ti:n' be found, unle. prij-r!-i iiullv etu'ieil. w J II. Vi WH!;, Dr.i--i;. m l deu- ler in h i k md S iii. .11.11 v. Cifmr ol fr r iiiKiiii ni l M- i ii in St.. 4 .MiMiti: iiorsi:, L'..ioi. c.n, 1.. . H. l".n !. 1 , Pn.j.rit r.r 11 1 tr i si r I t fT I r I 1 lur hire . . jief Iii 1 . 1 iii;ii:ii 1 I t .tu! i 11 . j ?!'-.,-v. ! nrrril II . I.r, -u.-' I J I', V it. ll r t i'.' r in l'rii ii..n. 1 i- i r i i-f 1; ic h r W M 1.0 1 . ! n " ! r-i. r i-ii 1 I-. .. . I . I J I. K 1 i Iiii:if.i(l.inr i" Kuriiifurc itml ln ur. nf tin- l.ilet in I :n-t styles. K.it ot' ihr I u n i c s.itiri, Vinrlitr. f MjiMllN U' AK II, llirlw.ire Mir I e!i int. 'A .i!iii-t'iii St re t, tmrtli j t e I ;Mw- S.jij ire, Wi ic u '.er, Ind. Siii u. :ttv i.i:v. m. p., ri.v Mi'Ii'l.i'i ! -..I ! 11, . W in i!iil r f I. a c;r lu-.r.- ..fl'Iiiud. !:.! 1 ('..lie-.- ,.f t.-e! ! ! iue, m l IVnl 1 l !phi 1 1. 1 i'i ii ( h irit v j II j' it ni ii i'-. it: l'ric:i,-il Mifitr'c-i and I). im o!" 1 :i: i . ; Il in' i 1 Ai-f ml )u.'M'r:itr ot 1 An i'i 11 . , i,d h 11 in ; -p "if tnrei i r in ; t!i" II I-nl.i!- in I Pi ii ii.iri-s of I hihi Irlp'ii 1, i'i I Im-'ii ; " i p i-l ith "t II nf ' S irH-.il In-triiitu ;if , In- i pr'p ire l t prii ir a ill i.i r.if i-ir in the various di - i ji trlTneV of t!i" pr.ft''i'iii. ) icV i irti-'u! ir .iMrnP'Oi n.ii ! ') iifii- c f t.if Kyf. OF!lfi:. W..-K ii;fon 1 tr-e!, oe.ir tin n rtlt- e-t ei in r ol the ru'.'.i Spill,, Win' h't r, Ind. Nr Ii, im;.. TAILORING. JOHN RICHARDSON. M EIiril.AXT TAILOR Yi.rni:sTi:i, ixd. C13THS, CASS1MERES AND VESTiMGS. 4 l.ii n li.iinl ind in ide to.udtr in tlii- b.-t -t i I. . riflCKS kF.ASONAHI.r.. TILS AND BRICK. TILM! TILL! TILL!! Drain your ll'et Jjunfls! ' Jllll! Dr.iin 'I lie m mitf ietnred b the I, uider-:;r. ! h u e lo e.i piioioiuii ed t In- f.ft in 'He . Try t hein , a id if 1 ' ii ii nt t I . .. . i. - 1 I I - fJ . . I I ll . ',... I. WJ ... I I . I t'ti'ij'r iruiniu ; irt ion !, wew ili n I 'in 4 1 iiil '.lie ::i im v p. lid I' ir t.ieni. V e keep i'ti h i ü i lUiP'K. I our own Mii.ul leture, ivhtvh we w..rr.;i.t to u---evilii e iti-.f.irt'.ifi. f il vi- h 1 iMÜ it tiir V.ud, north ot the I pot, Win. !u -ter. In ' i tea. i.nyJMyj O. k d. K. .MAUTIN. MEAT MARKET. - .... . ' ........ .V.. i . i" -;'"",' i ' 11 COOP Mi;.T. th.it Le is now veil.:,- JIKEF. V HAL " .MITTUN at from 4 to G Cents per Pound. M irkrt i Tni l 41 . Tnurl.n .in 1 S a - ui 1 n imriiiiig?; me it .il .ii s .i liiiU. A U I I STATIONERY. OWEN, STEWART & Co., It H.H.EHLC 44I KiTlll BOOKSST.LEItS AikI S T V T t O A i: Ii n .Y. I"? WisMn ttnn St., In ihni;U$. ri i.i.iif or ruooi. ici:;isti:i's !l Tcachors' CIiss Dooks. I I li 1 I r I r i ri.. i . .1. riiie' TiW " i DR. N. Druggist and Bookseller, TT .MUX CITY IXI)MX.4,crtntia.a K) ur to Vew. t i.'iiv n.iLf.s, j u -ir cjii ire, in JUgn many peo-; t reaeriCKsourg, prpardio ku;u pun anu ..ut-u iu anv . .uyseii and pay my coMn.r.Ti: jtock of pe have given up a part of their! npenting with M Clellan against J who will take them, for the cul-j hundred and twenty 1 DIU r.V ."1 1 1.1 AM) liuui.u. f t I?iLhmond. Then cam c Banks' 1 tivation of cotton, etc. It this is vmp: and thp n-.n hnn. ivivrs.o!i Ani)Vi:.NTVrrs, ;r,pf.n- f.tt. np,iar,.H " n. -. retreat ftom the valley and the (done, the annual ) leid of cotton, twenty dollars is just so Tin ssr.s and si r. ,etna lew neglected grape-Mne., of iae of McClellan's in five years, will approach M :..n ;; . : . : . , k.i.,ch 011 roitTi:its :iiori .i)i:it-iJKAri:sJ !JUt I have not seen or heard ofarmv t0 which litter we were or-! million bales, instead of four or 'used to make me and mv .Ttif. 1 t . e- v 1 w i'.iilii'ii 111 iiif n nnrs i ni'B . ..w ... j - i ..... ..u... AM) sTATio.NLitV. f;tc, ETC. ariy personiuieresteu in tne cui-idered as re-intcrcemcnt June JU. ; nve millions, tome two years comfortable.', Indeed, broken hre that he shies. W Ii N UilJnJkJ 1 JPJO; - Ac iv Serie', I I l I Tl I I I f J. J)i X. 1 I . . From the Fricmls Unit -. a voiri: or tiii: ih:pati:ii. I ,!iin in tl.e l'la of Hod; Hi !:k.i.c.-s 'tamps nir trw; TliPiiuh the l alley of d;ith my fect hive And frcign in glory now. trod, N0bre.tk.n heart i, here. No Keen and thrilling Jain, 2wo wasted chek, whrre the freijuerit tear J Jutlt rolteJ, and left iti stain. ,t , , . , r..-. .. . luve reached tliej-iys ofncartn; i aMIOne of the tinted. Imi :; To my 1im1 a erown ol g.ilü is given, And a lurn h in my hand. 1 luvc 'Ulc "njrthey r.nS XN hom .I-u h;Wh xet free, And tin -glorious wallsof lie. iven te till ting With n,v new born meloJy. -w,n' no pri'f' n01,lll,; 111 lI,v hapr.v ""'. Mv li.tr all tied, mv ilubt all al.i'ui, M; lmur I triumph' Cine. Oil Prien! if m irtal year, Till trii-lcd .til l thr trup, V- ;ir- w.i tin ;-t i I in the v.iMey oftears Hit I n iittJ uelcuiiie ruu. t I furzet? Oh no; r"r iiieio iryV gulden chain -hil bin 1 myhf irt t the lie.irt bebiw, Till ti: meet to touch a.tin. I K.ti li link if trnnz:iiid bright; i Ai d l v'. i-1 1-1-trie tl.ime n ." Irerly d.iwn, like ;i river nf li'ltt, To the world Iroin whence it came. I) yni mom w hen another Ur Shint! out in the ;littrin;x hky? D mu eep w hen the rnii) vo.ee of w ar And t!i . tirin uf cuniliet die? 'nun why dvour ir-r run down, W"!i lour !ie:irts m ue!v riven, Vr A:tft !-)- '1 tn in t!:e iviur's crow n And n.K'tiii t -i'il in he;iven ? POM. THIS nv j. HjmtKKov. We earn 1 err in October. ' Ve:ueiiitl-..:iioi-lli-.U?ni p.irt of Ik-nri roimt.-: al.-...t iwflvei . miles south of Selma, an 1, . . """" i.e.-i. i.ocr .u. i road runs, something more than ; tlie 101,1 nJ,ila- 'Il,ei twenty live .idles from Winches-!8lh 1)th were l,,rce ter. I have taken onlv two nritr00Ps tll,'' 0,10 company of the: o.u l . r" ,- if ...I.l ..1. ; Ithree walks. a..d luvt; not scen,ÖU1 M",M u,,,uw,l' i - ' much of the region around us. The ground is undul iting, lying in long slopes and swells. Where there is a 1 iu'p space cleared and . . mu er cu tiv i!mn. the view in .- Summer me.-t i e verv Leiutilui. ' . ..v....... ... . , t , i . : . ii... ,.; ; Ciuiiy are ijuut. i.uv, i-iuunim., ' . I . OlMlf 'I I II I M'P . several hu'idrM acres e.u M t of the houses which I have ire Mib.t u.ti il structuref,! ;-1 1 1 nil. tuw-i.iii' .1."'- ;i , ., 4. i .1 r i . mem was oruereu io Komuev, ; insianuv , iieionging tf) a volun- built tor uv? rather tlnn display ,; whero it joinod (Jc1 Kry-S Jj.tary op-1r of U (;overnnie,lt and some of the barns are notvijon .sequent!)- Lander's, ol the United States; take from snrnis-cd anvwlicre. All ihis'.mc on the latter's death General ! such nersons all the nrooert v thev .' . .... i i I. ii .11 i oiv m i) ii ; 'i'ii ' .inn i sne; i:ilh- aJ.v.ted to the uro-! r ' ii inn. w.u. .i.u. . . . , ' duction of wheat. Lorn does. i iii . i. - j l-ech lauds, though very good U - itAj an nivA.l he mr-ri who Vi. ! .. ...... ...... 1 liliow now to larm. i uei c u is I been some little elibrt for th.e im- I i j . jprovementot larm stock; but the people here are not interested in: 1 this matter as they should be. Indeed I hive seen but little evi - ,!..,.. Ai'.Mi-mrn Inee nf firm- . . ' . . ! mg lor as own sake: or ol aoesire; not yield so wen nere as on i"e;j5pun1 "Stonewall Brigade." all the capabilities cf his busi - ness and Iii possessions. When , .;,r ..,,; n.e.elv nlittleone " ".- - Slin III (11 111 il, Sil US IU lull I ill I great many acres, it is only a ( 1 ....ft I I. it - 1 arXfl 1 i - wate ( I land There are ve y few, if any ag- ... i . .t.: ... - r-r--- ; y gion. 1 lie apn:e crop is consul-; ' J quite important by man ftr mers here, but very few tike ! my r eia! care ot their trees ei,. i'...r. : . ..... ......!.. . ,i . so good generally, as might be ' 1 . i'rnirn I bpo ic but litMa ..tn it. - . A di;voti:i to the WlXC'lIUSTEIt, I IV ure of small fruits, or in their introduction into l!ie country. From what I have observed- lu re nd elsewhere, I conclude that an old orchard of inleiior apples, is a ;reat curse to a man. ted ever since. lie will raise nothing neu-, will Th lBth is in what is here never have anv good apples, or ca,,rd tUe "stern ßriade, ., , ' . , , : consisting ot the HOth Illinois, any small fruits, because he haslj io.k in,lloo a fir.i. an orchard already. Several men near me take po- litical newspapers, but I cannot lerntl.Uanv of them take anvi ... . paper or magazine or their wives i 1 ' or children. Unfortunately, tins i is true of very many places be-! sides this. I 3Ien are not so scarce here as in Randolph County. They l:ave not nil 50 UP to the war: though a rond manv were draft- edjiist abcut here. I see a num- j berol vounni.nhere; some nl them with I ice, hinted and hU ll.em Willi Idt( DUaUa anü Ulis. tnrri u-tth xi'h ic';uv. M ri n L mir tereu w,tn wmcupy-urmKm-. the streets, making it cool and Every lady thinks it a sad and pleasant even in the bight of sum terrible thing when a neighbor is!""'''. .Most of the private dwell- killed in battle; am so it is, but j who mourns over the wont fafe I of the thousands slain lv the de- inon rum: Srv.m v. V:, Dec. iV T)i. mt n 1 1 1 ,1 ! Ma. Lditou: rrobably the J many readers of your valuable home paper would devote a few moments attention to the state ot i "ourallairs" at Suffolk. The I ,o.u t 1 ., I.... : . i 10111 inuiaU'i 1 ine uii: ii'-uiiein ihfre from the JJoosier State. I I baliese that it was (he lir-t three 1 j years' legiment aceppted lrom .'Indiana, and stalled lrom Indi- lanapolis on the -1th of Julv, I8(il, pn route fof lie M.;t of ' war i;i western v a. 11 lonh. .1 pio.m- ient frt :i.il Mm.-.l lmII.Ii in "! ol !!'"'1' ""'' . . 1 .- 1 . I ::. several of who:p were wounded I in the battle. The 1 :t h then moved to Cheat j Mouitiin Pas, and took pa't inj the actions of Greenbrier and the . - 1 lprli :i ii i f-c :i!fi fl'TiiriruT in m - .-, ,1,!, .l;;r,.,;j ...ill. l.v im iin.i a mi. 1 1 i 1 1 .-in a ii i mi s. wl. ' W- k MV I IIIKvI T ' , . , , " . inlcstedthe mountains ol that re- Sl0- i t l ic?i : m icccmtiei, joui, im- i egi - . , i, - i:.ii - t . : I ... I . . r tr:.. his . l ine u.i i lie t)i ehester, Much 23, 1862, this re- - - criinent made the final charge , . , which iuokc ine icoci urcnei ai j true to their name, being enscon- ' e-d hnh nil a stone fence. I n f his ehiro,. t hf redment loxt fk men . rv - - nil '.u imi ii 'Hi.nr u, i,i i v - lll.ill V. m ivii,... a, I.. min ii ii iimi i ia nn and l im iMjiatl were alo in this battle tilteen uimitcs. I he Hi and 1 Ith ... .. 1... . . anil (jone sple:uiid lightipg Gen. Kimball, of Indiana, was ; in command of the Union forces 0' that day, (Gen. Shields being unable to be present on acouut j1, , ... i: ine uouuu nc itceieu in uif , vious,) and give Jackson the on - ly i-rood thra.-hing lie his had du ring the war. lhe same is the .1 . 1 . ti ti 1 . i caseoiuen. iievnoiu, 01 inn., ' 1 1 .1 1 , , .. - , . 1 who has so lar, proved the onlv (;(Mie,.a nheto compete with the ; rebel Gen. Lee. as evinced in his' campaign in Western Virginia. 1 - 4 ... I. . .1... .. 17 ... H I L.CI us none iiiai vjcu. uum-, siJl another Hoosier General, may soon capture tue reuei .t. I , ;d".tal and bring this war to a needy termination. "We" were thn placed under ; Hanks, operating against Jak . .il . v L.nn.. .1. . ,- I .i .... , son in tu' ouen imi'. in mmh un-iur u.u I..I.M-, ii". .nv .Ulm-, a- ...... nt Uv wllM1 wpj tpi4 soil Uo divided, bv th (;ov.! iu v. m a m. w - - ..... . ; - ic r 11 ... 1 iJOined AlCUOW'Cll commauu .11 i nt i-:ni:sTs of kandolimi county D I A. A , FRIDAY, DECKJIIIEK lJ.l!G2. Assisted McClelland army toja:;o. We have often lauched in! throw up intrf nchments at Hnr rison's Landing. When that ar mv left the Peninula in Au nist. our brigade was ordered to tlii: post, where we have been loca- Ohio. These are the only West ern regiments here and are ac- knowleded by all to be the cVlrk "F Ir, 01 ""Hvmon. I would not have written so at irtt ... ,. length ol the previous hu-torv ol tJ,is rrinn-nt , were it not from the fact that it has been grossly overlooked amon-r the mass ol 1 1'. tu. .. ...1.:.. 1. 1. ...... JiU-n 111 iiv(wj;j till tl ,ic fe"U erally surrounded it, praise right fully its due be'iu given to other troop. oullolk is a very pretty town, ar containing sumejcredby the girls and bovs, under h-')0 mh ibitants Well-grown llie direction ot the lath.V, not a ,,eautl,ul iU' nero on the place; but they ,oon ,an!ei, a,on ,;0lh id of 11,",.,,.,'' i a i . t ings are neat and tasty, the yards being almost invariably decora ted with all manner of flowers, vines and shrub, pleasing tolhe eye and smell. There are nume rous large, line mansions in the. lo" n r,ou' ueserteM oy tne;r lor- mer occupants, the I 1 . .s . ,. ' . . and occupied by the. Lmon troops as 10Spiu!s, brigade headquar- ters, etc. Every citizen not too old or young to bear arms, i.s in t,,e rebel a)' either willingly or by the iorco ot circumstan- 1 es. Sulfolk is located at the head waters of navigation of the an scmond river, the narrowest, erookede.-t, dirtiest ri v rthat ever bore a steamboat on its surface. A gunboat plies daily between here and its mouth, so as to pre . . t 1 1 vent :i possinie nny convsjionu ra-riil 0:1 L.iwixt W.I..- ,1 tl, oi.ls.ile world. J s. (I. Hrici:, Co. A, 13th Ind. Vol. AHOMTIOMS1I. I).. Hall of New York, who who has heretofore been strongly conservative, talks as follws in a late number of his Journal ot Health; The remedy, then, for the na- ltinri's ricilnilc is tlie tmrfeet iiMr-r -- .r - am clerna erai ueition n theim. v ..... i lortuiiatc w, a.l Hat U the in- Istitutiouol Slavery. Hut how 3p,)Iy th(; rcintu,y?J Go 3ccort,. mg to the law of the land, as .-.: r. i io (is ,i is iuu, iret? e cry siave, i. - , , , - !i . .. i ... i. . iv ( e.ir i k i t n lrn i ; ditio lonal oathol sulm.ission to the i constituted authorities, oi require? . , ., i luem iiea'.c ine eounuy iorcv- er, with the penalty of summary death if they return unhidden- ! A tri t hp bi ves oi' t h. hivil nn w l.iinr let the... be nnr.-h-um! nf . . . ............ , ,n .flHin. n, I Kill i 'Uli i'i- .'v i in r, anu il 1 1 i . ' . . . u un hei ealter, to he born tree. ' u tut neu um , i in ui ' u i i i r . ! What do with the,r. million j Do as Almighty wis.Kn did : with Adam and Kve ttii iiihem into the held ot the world, and; let them alone. ! as fair a chance as you would ,:. i t...i un: m wur-i u-nuiii uiu ii .MVeyou. If, alter that you lindja-ked if thv thought themselves! . r.i 1.1...1 ... . . . . I 1 some of them are likely to suller, i do as you would do to any slran- a . . I j ger oeggir try anu put tnem in . ;iva 01 uumg si.u.ciu.iig ; i- .1 . . 4 ' ... .t.. . 1 'ti. ..ri.. I t 1 'pi . . i 1 ; themselves. I he negroes ol the j South have done a great de .1 to- wards the prosperity of this na wards the prosperity ol this in - tion. Don't we o . vethem a lit lie help? The gains which their . . . -i i i . I sweat and anil toil have helped I.,, i I i i i : io ur.ihe. u.ne umeu m uuuui ug 1 many o.a.ih,n in Fifth Avenue .e: rind i nu walnut tivet, a th ! i-i ! and at Newport bi.vcs confiscation is Tin: LAt. i .i. i. i . n or nil Uni i.ai.Ii . w -- - - - j - t .1 ! Iia ..Mmi.ni,..,! II cnuunii, uiuuuiMcuiuun' small- 0 our sleeve, as many a cotton as was their knowledge, they rea planter has no donbt done, at the soned abstractly on their rights inon-irousiv absurd nümissien ot S flu nrth tli it null' Iwnrrnrt.' lit to cultivate the burning plant- ations of the south, an.l that wnf ntnn i-rnlrl n- I - .. - Dear delirrhtlnl lfftinrimlicoa r C . . . . . .tnv.Mniuu.-i in place, and name, and date, and residence of families in the Gulf States, whose cotton was plowed, and planted, and hoed, and gath - i r ' now the North, did you ever inquire ! have come, not Irorn alHuent ortiny see. s every üyf i.eMe; ana who dug the canals of the South, ornate speech, but from the orig-1 lh'.v Wl . ( OM!C "P l1'-' ..tn?n and ditched its millions of re- j inal elements of our nature, com-1 l,h!Ills aller awhile." sua her claimed finds ? White men, inon to all race of men and all I ,at ier . for the mot part. We havn a conditions in life: and genius the! Z01'; no far! lve ot medical student in our oilice higtiost and most cultured ma y 1 P111 ai.v s'll- for 11 lon' now' w ho graduated with honor ' bend with proiit to catch the low-1 Unw. lastsprin-at ono ot the best med- est human utterances. "l ,,,1VI' ieen 'I1)' dl-htt'r ical schools in tin- nation, who at ' - - ; a miud.er ot seeds to day. sixteen, made a lull -hand" on ' We can't "see it" in anv other jf Hose looked puzb d. and her his loyal lather immense plant-flight but that many of out pro-! fa,,,er Ti ' 1 " ation. We can give you the f " inn,Ml!.P.lirpn l hn h 1 n I ve vvatched you phut: ng llow. )w have plantations and "hand: k(l lie writer is a 'practitioner "their own, all paid lor. IIav-!f medicine Mn his leehle ;U1(1 ol tliPir nwn. .ill mi ing practiced medicine on South .! ern plantations, we speak by thiColburn, our circuit preacher, i '"Otner va uea ana came in authority of personal observation said ot his diseour.e-among thelstant,.v ' t0,d, ier, you were and actual knowledge of the illimitable prairies. 1 frequently 1 sow,n eeds ol truth. W hen facts. ihavr written applications iJ,, you took the cup ot cold watt r Ti!ot:;iiTs i:ssi:tial to iii:aii ii. If we. would have our bodies heahhy, our brains must be used, in orderly and vigorous ways, that the life-L'ivitiL' streams ol force may llow from them into the expectant organs, which can L,gar 0f" led to mak son. I water minister but as they are minister- oblige Your ed unto. We admire the vigor- j (j jj i ous animal life of the Greeks,; A c , . . t. i A tew days subsequently the 'lud l ir l niwhoo i i fofn rni7n - anu uariiv secw to imnaie nie va- , . i , I . ... . i in.- K. iiitin. nv uii'i wiu. i iia ,. i., , , A which they employed to secure .. ii . " i ii' , .. it. lint prtibahly, we should mike :i Intnl prrnr if we nmitrHtl i ; . from f)!ir calc.nl.tL'Oiiy the he.inv .rnrM. ..r.w.nnce -.Ii which the highest subjects of art, 1 specuhtior. and politics were pur-1 sued by them. Surely in theirl case the beautiful and energetic mental life was expressed in the j aesthetic and graceful frame. And! were it a mere extravagance to ask whether some part of the lass itude and weariness of life, of which w hear so much in our day, might be due to lack of men- tai ocupauon on wormy sun.iects, exciting and replying a geii'-rou enthusiasin, us well as to an ,. ,.,..,,..,:, m. !,,.,,- (HC1 -' I( 0,1 lower one?, whether an engrossment on mat ters which have not substance enough to jus tify or satisly the menial grasp, be not at the root of some of the maladies whi' h affect our mental convalescence? Any one who tries it soon linds out how wearying, how dispro- i tiouatelv exhausting is an over- f'oP of liuht liler..tuie" coin- n- 1 !M"-U U,UI l";on amount o. , . time spent on real work. Ul this we mav be sure. . . i iii7 will. , ,u- vinVlU c.ii-itisi. wi ui.iiii ui iiioum . 9-1 1 r i t t lt..L... r tl. I.. is one of the essential el i ()l lllll!1;H1 ,,,('- A ,le perlet t i health ot a man is not the sä me ( , ..IMIliU oi n. oi .i iiiii-t'. 1 il irunot" i' tt ur n'inii it' ri 1 : i his ; i"'-... ...3 , em,us P.'" dVin imU a I. K .-- ponding .tie. 'Or.:h: Mar. 1 - " Contraband Logic. The rm their title to be rcarded as 1 4 i ..... i . ircemn suoweu reiii'iinn. nn jfit tor freedom, and if the darkies were not lazy, their answer was. I . 1 . t . 1,0 ;Mt the d irkies i-learrd all 1 me ianu rounn nerer 1 es, there, .1 1. ... 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 are nzy da run I 1 .1 I . I I F 9 I A V - m. 'ui lurir .iji- mnri. 1'iir Il5t--,, Atl... i..!.l ; ' 1 111 ii-r. . 1 1 v 1 1 IO M .1 r 11 1 1 1 tint the free blacks had not sue- Cee.!ed, thev answered that tK. free blacks have not had a fair I . chance under the bws-thnt I . .. . . . . ; ipv tion I uarc to cntorce their claims agiint white men that t 1 111 i -.i i i j i. ii win' n-iin ui u, iu a thousand dollars due'o him from white men, but was afraid to sue C .... l ' j r mtiv poiTion oi it urip man. - u;A.,i ...i.,. . ' .' i ii ii- ii ii i.rii i i v 4 i r iiiirrii tO lie - r . ( I roe, replied, . , . 1 M nnd clothe. master one lollars a, rri nnrl much ta- h to be children RIi ALo Vol. 1, IVo. 3-1. as was their speech, and limited as well as wime men. Locke or . PI, i mil n, mill l,t 1 lut-ri 4 frf i 4 iAwl 1 . i - ar-umcnt for universal Iib rtv I ltom their simple talk. So truV il.t 1. I..cf I.,..,1,- .); t. I, a hniiion info 1 uir iiiiiiiuii 1 im in 1 I. 11a j 111 1-iiiti.rii ' , : ' . " ' 1 " llLtu " u,c n uium, ! recognize a truthfulness to na - 1 tare" in the following brace cfj I professional anecdotes found in hle nun ber of -Harped DrtW "" a ÜMU' cr: . . humble manner-as old Urother medicine, etc., as manv of mv!10 the loor woman at me gate, customers live at a ditancc. One'.VO i were sow-ng reeds ol m-rcy. dav, not Ion- since, a ueirro bov ! TllPse art a!l e mtilul llowers, ! rode up to the fence, halloed Hello!' and handed me a note. ' Here is the 4dockvmeni:" i .u.,,!.! iuo nr. . .l l . liol .-.in it- ci" . tine u ui uic k.-1ttlfl LlUllllltMlll ..I ll.. Torrid . .it- n- . 4- ; j one reported hii:.selt at my of ! i' .1 .1 .1 . i ! lice with another epistle lrom the i , , . . . . same lriend videlicet: i i . . t . -. Jiny in u: i -i-i lJr' pleese of send a vili: of : I water for the baby and ome po"deres the babe has fever agane v,! ,,rok ,,:e vileofl water be still seem i C 11 to rub lushed' The vilk of I water" was dis- patched, and as the case did not convalesce, I was summoned to see the child. It was laboring under acute opthalmia, compli- cated with remittent lever. In a j lew days 1 dumissed trie ease. 1 Hut the cud was not yc t.' A few nays later me son or .vinc i ms- i i. ...i . ii. i : i mounted at my gate with t lis lol - lowing luminous message: the July I8.J2 Dr plees sonde me som mour I water 1 wisli you to sende somthing to stop nite swpIh on him bee seams to fall oil' all the tim Yours C II V And here again: "Dr. II- it-Tc nl'.rnvc friiil I . I .. ...... ....iw .'....I inrllirkfl.i.l.. - 11 1 in a i;.a. in.ii Oiic, anu olapraetical inke, and snme - times at the expense ot his bet n iends; and when annoyed, as he I i ; r.;ni. ... c i,.. Cl. ,ij ... . n , - . . , . stopping him in the street to ask i if"l,;,,, ;,l,m,i ,.,.;tc 1. -.I. ; . ... ..i- i. in ii. , , ,itfio sl,( 0 0c., . il( ()h Mr- ! " , .c niiir . ; , i : see clas, and one , . - ..... ..... ..ii t it 1 1 . i it du i.i... n,x. ..; i: i . iT. I 1 il ' j : ui. uuawi gig m inning i ion . lime in front of Judge V ' bu k and aked hi s ,. ... , . , i him who was i sick at me j ik w 's "The Jud e himself " he renli- . " ed "What's the matter with him?" "He's been taking poison," 'iaid the Doctor, and whipped up!lheni ujK.:, fallir,g aslei-n.'or on a . . rilc .r.rif. .i,t ..tf c.r . . . ..... . 4 . ui' . 1 1 .t . . .11 i In an hour Iroui that time the.: ' au ,,,,lV . ' " V U as m a ten . de s.ate ol : 'u ,. hp Jll(1f : firmer, n i j iia.i writ . ri rrftU'i (l! houe was tilled with a crowd anxious friend, lor tie was a great favorite in the place. He was not more surprised and gr.it. lied, j however, at so many calls and! Zono the philosopher, believ.-d . I-'. J .1 .1..... . . their great solicitude, thin they were to learn that he hid had an . 1 i- I II t . . r 1 .1 -i- atiack ol chtils and lev-r tin civ... ii-hii-li fhi. nnrtru f ire- miwiij .wi ,, ..... . j scribed arsenic. Did'nt vnii -jarantee. sir. that this horse would not hv before . ' the fire of an enemy? .o more :he wont, lis not till alter the Little Bes.-io h id ot a preseut of a new booV, and she eagerly opened it to look at the first pic ture. It was a picture of a boy sitting by the side of a stream, 3nd throwuv seeds irto the wa ter. 4I wonder what this picture is about,'' said she; "why docs the bov throw seeds into the water?" "O, I know," said ftcr brrthcr Edward, who had been looking at the book, he i; sowing the seeds of water-lilies." lnt bow 5inill thf seeds J look, said Ifcssie. "It seems .l....n l.i MiinL- I hit iri ii inf ! ?, "c, " , " , 1 ,. ! s imml., öroxv lrom tUth aUq i tlnnif. l on are souin un mu u ! . , 1 1, 1 i crs."nu wc.e? l0'ü l .noiv 1 now .ai ou are j joking, lor I would not plant liS'-v' , w.e' ,. , I T 1 shaI1 ?e X tc!,"." U'hi L, T'T' , ? 37" T ,P ! nteretinjr book and attcn. led to what your bntherw.sln 1 snail nave 10 icn vuu wu.il de 1- d , lünv ) , """"ft Ul j kndnes ami love, hea you II . . . 1 ro' lhe )'ou knew your ! le, and will grow up brightly ! aml sweetly, it you water Ihem I ur1 hy a constant repetition of ' tliu acts. But, n re than all, J 1 Ilole that my little girl has been planting thr grtat tree of "love to God. and that she will tend and watch it, and allow it to i:row aud spread, until its branches reach the tkies, and meet before his throne' "And tin; weed, father?" 'When you were impatient while baby was cros, you sowed the seeds of ill-temper. W ien you spoke crossly to Robert, ou planted anger. When you wait ed some time after )0iir mother called you, you sowed disobedi ence and selfishness. These are all noxious weeds. Pull them up by the root, my child, Do not sulier them to grow in your gar den, or they will completely overrun it." Treasury for th". young. Thk Fascination ok I'iiuit C c lt t k ii. A correspondent of the New York Tribune, in an Hnrl , r , 1 .... . , M . 'I was amused to notice how much the exhibitors thought ot j l!u'ir ,rilit5 with 'aV tll,sis llie lirst year tlcir tr-ec have Imme, and this care was piiticularly the case with thoe who have lived in cities, and who only a lew ycais ago turmd t.heir attention to fruit growing. Hour after hour they stood l-y their tables, their eyes running from plitc Jo i id 1 1 - :ind olten the v reariMiiired ii, l,",,,,,,u j Uu;m M' hateacli pear and bund, ! 0i U t.lat it con 1.1. Huiü.an alb-ctioa ! is scarcely less devoted. I v. as remmde.l oi a young wi.e .vi ti. i ! her first b.ibv. Some may call Very Mlil u ir IM lll-ii.l. we i. . own to I em a litt.o in- s me on ftrawl enie-. Hut p-o- n!e (io not understand it. Thev s . do not have before them the c irs 'il l;ei .e ri iig iuuuu, a uie , ' ,:, , i irmt-grower noes, ami ircy ua e i . . i 11 0 , : , .' L-mm- nr.f lu.w he has wate .-ed 1 '. ' his trees through all season?, till j tlf.v jiaVf. .t(M,.ne "fimilnr i,0.v l0 kl th-vight of 'i mi r fi . ( i nu lit mis ;i k 'i i ' - . .... I t... ... H . 1 w . , 1 1 among thni with his wne on .s ' , Sunday aiternoon-. Of all the uecend .nt of Adam, none have o.;MJ i. early succeeded in getti:iLr hick into Paradise as in li e fruit grower." in an inevitable dctiny. A ' r vent thought to avail inmself .1 this dctri;e while N.-iag ber.v.i for the;:. Wa I riot d'e-h:.cd to ro:r' "V .'' sai.l his mas ter, "and to be llogd.' "W'elceme. bttle strangor!" n th man said whe" iie found 1 i three-cent piece m among his postage ;tan.p.