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WINCHESTER JOURNAL it ri'IMI!ttl EVKRY FRIDAY JIOliNI.N CT raiTDR aid rtorxinon. NC W TOIL'S CHANGES. The New York Independents Washington Correspondent closet a late letter in the lollowing lan guage: TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Dollar und I'ift) fn, a Y?nr, If f!D It dtamci; TCHM.-5 OF ADVERTISING: Dn i'J4r, one imprtion ll.O CcS i 1 Jititju.il irntrtion A !i'fl lieo jnt will m ! to th.'se who i iff rtie for a longer peri"J. business ilirfcforiT. 13 YAK! DLV IS AHVANCK. I , r! . m I hLIIUUIJ IjA.I.IIIA Ili, I P. I II ATT, SCIKOL I:AMIM:K for Ran dolph crtUfttr, wi.l ntttnl t the Ex asinitioo of Applicant on th fourth Saturday in I2ach Mouth, la the New Brick School-IIoue, North of the R üroA J, W'i:ichc3ter, lüJidua. CAREY S. GOODRICH, At'orney at Law, WIM. ATTr.NI PUOMPTI.YTO collecting ri'I securing claim nJ obtaining pensions an-J hick pi? for solJiert ani their heirs. OtSce on first floor of iievr Jil IluiMing. Alo. Not.irr Public auJ Agent for the le of Reil Suite. n361y JOHN B. CROWLEY, M. D. PÜVICIA. AXD SlItGEOX. PartituUr tttntion ptij to ilittattt cf THi: KYE AND KAH. O F I' I V i: and KIl.SXDLNCi: at; DeerfitlJ, Indiana. , , i I't. !. ri'.Il'SrsnV.U incheater.; J In-Viam. Olli-.-e mil resi ii,c- on, crrtr of .M in n 1 S-mth Strri-t. w litre c f.nv it ill tim-Mhe fuund, uult.i pro- ; eMioaall enz i-ed. j T 1. !. C!AltTi:it,Doil-rin Drv Good. 1 I. II ot and Shoes. II it-. Cuh and Q eenVwure, No. ?, Eat Front ol Pu'o he Sq i ire, an d east of the Cuurt House, dec Vi Tr.Ti:!tsuoitri:n & wr.sp J in'i'actnirr of Furniture nd iir. of he I itet ind best tylt 3. East of the P.ib'.ic Square, Wiachesttr. TOIIV ItOS, Grocer and H iker, and I Heiler in Provi-i'orn. fir. More on the n rth-eist o jrner of M iin and Frank It a dtreeti. 1 W Hirdwirr Mer- I eh int. Vnh"ui"ton Street, north ofj ne PublicS pare, Winchester, Ind. JOHN RICHARDSON. MERCHANT TAILOR Wat of the Public Square, WISCIir.STEtt, ixd. CtOTHS, CASSWERES AriD VESTEiGS. Vlways on b m l und made to order in the bet style. TRICES REASONARLK. TILE! TILE! TILE!! Drain your Wet Lauds! I J"VIC Driin Tile m maf.ietured hythe uii ler-i;ned have been nrononnced the betin iie. Try thein.a:!.! il you dount become iti-tied tn.it they are jut the tMnjjor draining wt himh, we will re fund you the m ncy naid I t them. We aUo keep on h md HRICK, of our own niinufictiire, which we warrant to give entire satisfaction. ey GiTe u .i c ill 3t our Yard, north of the Depot, Winchester, Indiana. Diaylyl O. i J. K. MARTIN. WILLIAM BRADEN, STEAM PRINTER, Blank Book Manufacturer, AMD P-KALER IM BLANK BOOKS. FAPER AMD STATIONERY, No. 21 Wet Wahinston-t, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. t?T All IdnJ of Ulinls on hanJ, or PnuteJ to onler. -'J SPENCEU HOUSE, N.W. CORNER UNION DCTOT, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. M. HARTH. OWNER AND PROPRIETOR. WINCHESTER HOUSE, (Lite Akcr IIoue,) J. r. Mc.MAII.iN, Proprietor. HOL'SH renor itetl anJ newly furnih fvl. St ige Oitic' tem i e.l t it. No p:i "pired to mike uets cum!ort.il!e. lljrie auJ CArrige to let. -13. STOI D mnrn H H H. SIEC, MERCHANT TAILOR, Helmes Mock, WiHChexrer Ind. Kef ptconiUntlt on ban J fresh ur-plt of CLOTHS) CASIUERES, VESTIXGS, Aoi 11 other Articlerrrf rtinirp to ll.r aboTebu?inf5 all of whirh I will eV VERY CHEAP roll CASH CUTTING AND MAKING done to order. All work w.rrtntcd to gire latU fiction and pl up In the LATEST STYLES! Gift m call I don't intend tobe UNDERSOLD. T REBELS' IV civ Scries. DR. N. SIMMONS, Druggist and Bookseller, I MOV CITY. I X I I WA.cnntln- u- to kf(?, t LOU PRICES, a COMPLETE STOCK OF Inure;, r.viiLV a.m ho.mi:o- inTilir Mriiifivi'i: Till NNl.S AM) Sl'. portih siifirMiiriciiiK cr.s, sniooi, hooks, AM) STATIONARY, IIC, IITC. Til O.MAS WARD, T IIIS OLD STAND, yorth of the Court U tutt, has on haiiJ uiid fur s ilt i GENERAL Assortment of Hardware! i RON.S tvel, NaiU, C-irr-enter'a Tools, etc., at Ward Hardware Store. D OUHLE an! Single S!ot ai.d Rifle Guns mix Revolvira at Ward' llanlunre Store. I 30YVDER, Lt -id mid dps, Powder riA-j.s aiitl l'it b-vi at Ward's Ilaiduate Store. GRc! INDSToNF.S ai:d II m-ii L's, Log CbiiiiA anl Still) arJa at WunlN Hardware Store. ASH, Li? ni.J Putfv at YVnnlN lluuluurc Store pUTTlll,j lTit? U in.'s at j) ard'o Hardware Store. V CI EN ER ru.dn- (I F.N ERA L assortment of SLoe s at Ward' Hardware Store. j pvASS Clock mi..I Kettles at j. Wards llaidware S 9 at Store. GENERAL nssurtmtnt of SadJlt-ry v iiarü. ir;- at aid's Hardware Store. ARI.E and P.wket Ci:tl.rv, Tea and TaMe S;t'ni, V, i-iting Smx.i at Wain's Hardware Store. T7N Mi:i.r.: m l Sivir Kettle, Skil AJ lt-H .ir! Lid-, od I L'ds. SV'Skil lih, T.a ICeitl. --, Stove Pot an 1 Dog Ircr.sat Waid'-, llaidw are More. l OCr.r.WS, L'. k?. Lt( 1 es and. Rolt, - ( Mi I, Cr i.t and Carpenter Si, Sin.vil, an 1 Splits, and Cofiln Intc- .4 i : - at a :jo Ward's Hardware Store. Indiana Wholesale BOOK it PArER HOUSE EOWEN, STEWART Sc. Co., No. IS West Wasliinstoii-st, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, DEALERS IN U 'ix V. 'J U lU 4 LETTER & CAP PAPERS, Wrapping Paper, O.mmerci'O Note, P. mi t Roanls. Win.Iow ; r..per,W.Ul I " r, F;.iu'k Hook-. M- :nor tu- diim-, Lead i cuciii, cttei csi HuUers. ARNOLD'S & BUTLER'S INKS, fisC rtn'1U Ull j Cincinnati anil Cliictso plicate?.!. Hills Du- 50,000 lbs. Bags Wantcl K.r CASII.or in exchar.-e fi-r GOODS. j.i.21 iJi MILITARY CLAIM AGENCY. BROWNE &c CHEISTEY Attorneys at Law, WINCHESTER, IND., ARK rUFT-lUFtl TO fRCCVRE PENSIONS, BOUNTIES AND ARREARS OF PAY, ami without Fpon the mot fivcr:ble term Ufi.iv. ivrsot. Hiving ci.iim- ! meai.ove jt har iott r are iuit-ti to c iil i:pn thtm. O.lice in the new J.iil Building. 50 G. F. ABAM - - rr. TT. I'. I rrn Wholesale nnd Itetail FURNITURE ROOMS, 56 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, 56 Adjoining Odd Fellows Hall, ra. I r U ir X !, Ei ciS I Ölp fe il ' nDjii, ; bH 'Il :i; fc-Tftml INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. DKVOTKD TO THE INTKRKSTS OF RANDOLPH COUNTY. WI.XC'IIKSTEK, IM)IAAAj FKIDAY, OCTOISKK IG, I SOU. mot i'oit sali:. Come in from thy h'imeU- wandering, D -cono'te f.ttrtof rriiie! Come in fr tn t!ie desolate irkriess, For .1 rriticelv estate "ü th'i.e! Hire )i naught Lut a rii and a letter The Ley anl the ta!imn To ' pen the pitts of that E lea land; The fairest under the sua! So heirt! come in, thou truant! For wt have a cause to trv. W lit th-ju go t this prinetly mssttr liiis '.vojir, who bids ru liigh? II ofTtrs u-j gold and diamonds He oirträ us houses and land; Ail for a pledge of thy constancy, And a bui.d of this poor little Laud! 'Tis oitly the o!d, old story! irn beloved of ail ! He turn from the roses and stoops to take The violet nearest ths wall! The kindliest heart and the proudest I? lonely for want of mine ; Though queenlier brows may darken When he pledged me over the wiue? Thou art homeless and very lonely O, desolate pilgrim heart! Tl ou art tired of living within thyself From love and pleasure apart ; Thou'it be shielded and safely nested; Though the pitiless winds may blow- , . . . , . afauhiulknlght, Then spring to the arms of : A lover who lovis thee to. Ah Christ! There cometh a shadow Between me and the liht! A dear, dear face, that lor weary days Has never gladdened my sight How dare I forget that these faithless lips Are sealed with a sacred kiss? II w da-e I dream of another love, Whose hand hath been linked in his? So, my heart rose up with a grievous cry, Saying, "I cinnot gu! I Miy wander houseless and homeless, But you t. it. not the it me so!" Still will I keep a 1 yal troth, And a free unfettered hand A stainless faith and a maiden plight For the linderest soul iu the laud! Oh, love! It is weary waiting, For til feit that never come! Oil, love! It is weary wandt ring, For the heart that has no home, But I Rf not the gleam of my wooer's gold, Love tnaketh my eyes so ojni! If I cannot be fair for you, dear heart! I will never be fair lor him! LLTTI.R. 1'ROM ILLINOIS. Decatur, UL, Sept. 50th 1SC3. Editoi; Jguuxal: Having drifted to this point, I will attempt to givej j Great Western Rail Roads. It con tains a population of 0000 ; is sur rounded by as beautiful a country as von could wish to see, and has the appearance of being a live town, es pecially at this time. The weather is as bright and beautiful n. human ic.art coui4 cleii e, the air is soft an i brtliny. The sun shines in undiniin- wlipil ciilfinlnr. find thp sl;v lonKw calm and peaceful as the dreams of -sweet sixteen." Surely t Surely It is the h tppy Autumn time, Witli (!;ivs of hize an.l night of priory, Winn Aut.imn with htrlaie? suUllrae Ttlli al isl pour Satntner'i story." The Fair Ground is distant from the town about two miles. The cn- an outline of the appearance of the 1U1- c lKlSi1' l , ..-', Vc i - State Fair of Illinois. Decatur is :d then was heard a discharge of - (- S" ) the county scat of Macon county, is ! whieh had been leit on J y --y Vryf c:t..i.i rt Tn;,,? p.,f..r. i board, m one instance a ball losing iiiieges. na. na. H, closure contains 40 acres. The four burning steamer tloated slowly down! " ior, on r.uc sides vary, from being gradually un- stream, swinging round once or cause n great nan, alter w.iom 1 dulatingto a moderately hi.vh'blulf twice, and coming so near other! named you, when he had written a or hill, conti v sloping towards the boats as to endanger them, but noS; . ßod book on the -nigger centre; and are interspersed with 'actually to fire them In this way it "question, says that i all the diiler forcst trees, while the centre is near- passedlown to near the foot of Lin- j encc between vou and those mean lv level. At the foot of theSo-ithcrn den Street, where it stopped jnd con-: w nte-livrred 1 r.nkec working men, slope of blurts, springs of rare beau- tinned to burn briskly down to the j are hired by the inoutn or day ty and pure water gtish out in great ; a nuniianco: o r or nvr ! n.iv nr nearly etpjrd distance apart, are trte- ' fully improved; and Mford a suill ciencv of water for all ptirpo.es re- i cardloss of numbers. On entering the irate, which is sunnounte.l bv .A beautifully decorated arch, the 1 can- j ty and magnificence of the whole, leaded with ammunition, but each ground, as well as the improvements, 1 time curiosity conquered the panic, are in full iew. First comes the and men, women, and children, ea agricultural and mechanical hall. : gerly followed the floating lire, run Ncxt Farm Product Hall. Now,; ning, climbing blull's, lcr.j.ing ditch- pro.ich a building two storks high.! which is used for the purpose 'of! ed with commissary stores, pnnci frnit, tlowers, natural history and the i l'-'dly hay. fine arts. You are now on the wes j Kumor accounts for the oocur- tern . blulf immediately in front of. mice in ariot-s ways; it ocer.r- which, to the Fast, is the amphithe-! ater wit i a eanacitv ol sentin" ' comfortably S0UO persons, which vou! approach from this point by a bridge, extending from this blulf. The train-! ing track is an oval in the -entre of - tue groumis, instance around nail a ; miie. tnuer t ie ampintneater e ; refreshment booths m great numbers. The cattle nnd bor.e stnlU evt.,,1 ' n?Annil tlia ontnr m 1 1 1 i- r in irr t ' ill Vüti tilV -t u i v t v iivivoui v lit a iw.it of which are wells of pure water at convenient distances. Taking it all together it is the most admirably de signed and arranged Fair ground I have ever had the pleasure of be holding. The attendance on yesterday, be ing the second day of the fair, was irououuetci r. success, both in entries and attendance. , The display of agricultural irnplc. ; x-tc;,- Ti.;a Ä partmentisfuilvrepresented.andcra- braces everv thing that can add to lis. InA ,.;.r, r,r I Vft . '4 VliW W '4 V VU Vi.IV 4.V.V i Ii V Vt i-., iu in j irus:e, r-ngi iuo. oy way oi Al thodut ureac her s wil to cook ,-rifir doabt its success but to-day the at- ,howmg what could Le done by fnr u?f Inakc heds for us, sweep up Mr.Cirrabl .Ma-sev is about to l7""i 1: -l"n Ii" J..r. raPltJ work recenlly had a held ol our crutlibs, and wait upon us. Our! Ä . 0l:rse of lectures in England, on u .... U1C iS 0 tas , auiAiwri wheat reaoed. the crain thra-hed ..im ia thie- nie vnnr wnv nr cmvI K,nr, and it i now r farmer anl husbandman. The display of blooded stock U, Some journals talk about arrr.m-.l thnc nfmn if, . ih ir ! 1 1 r. nnf.. I,,,..., ' ! ... . . . " ' v -' ' l" ' " " 1 J : t h 0 C A 1 1 1 1 A . 1 I'.OllIl 3511102 ais.j i-i. .Mi. . . im- terms 01 peace witn trie relic U I ,,t b tlernoss' are -till in them ' . . is over :m, and 1:50 cattle entries as thoh. in nrd,r to n ...ot;.. ... ! ... 1 ;; are. ' 1111 )Um' . 5 .1 mein city m mo.t respects, einbrach: some of the finest cattle war. it wn, n "'.rV - V.;:V ' ? P are au aVs.. 1 it has its splendors even in priv and hor.es I have ever seen. Tho t!,(. r,,...l, ...i V,': nn ' ;l., : i n'e:r I t), tnrv d.m t Ii;;e to ; sidl.IK.c ... d ; ul,holsterv. entries of sheep exceed one hundred and fifty, and about the same in swine. The floral and art department is 'a set of insurgents who took uirann? quite ext.-nsive and makes a fine and made war against our govcrn sliow. There is one very serious ; ment and laws. r The onlvwav in impouimeui mine wa oi enjoy mir , the tiling and that is the horrible ; oust in jrettmg to ana irorn the ' grounds, ine i;rcai uumueroi ve hicles that constantly pass throw the dut in such dense clouds that it is really suilocat in jr. I shall leave for! Under our svstem of rovcrnment Indianapolis to-niht so that I "shall there is no occasion for treaties or have the opportunity of vitnes-ing ' arrangements, for whenever the reb the closing ceremonies of our own els eonvine.-d of t!- )lnu. (n,. State Fair. II. II. NEFF. . V V I LLTTLK rilO.M Ult. JOCES. Memphis Tei.n. Sept., 23d, 15C3. Editoh Journal: Before this ?im observed in the whole comi reaehes von, vou will have heard lfj'T, l V rvcd- f through the daily papers, of the' doubtthe rebe should be most burning of another line steamer, the I h?P l h US' lr' btc" Champion, which took place a thel1 a!ld r-0ld were quite rea w harf here yesterday e. ening. I lo cm? to ashington the other It has never been my fortune to i f f reception would bvu witness a spectacle more grand and 1 . . ihh conllar:4lion! The wharf was unusually crowded .ally with boats: the evening was very line, just warm enough to be pleasant; a .it . . i , , v... r-v to the w harf boat of the St. Louis and Memphis Packet Company so as to furnish facilities for escape, and there were not many- passengers on board. Ti e general belief u that ill escaped. The account given by the Daily Bulletin however, says there were probably four men, who per ished in the Uames. It idso states that there were on board one hun dred and thirty head of cattle which perished, but it seems to me this cannot be true, as I saw the boat while the cattle guards were still tin touched by the llames, and if there hail been any cattle there, I should certainly have seen them. Rapidly the llames mounted up ward; the smokestacks, soltciRd Iv the infuse heat, swayed and fell uii- ;on the hurricane deck: the light tim-' bers crackled in the. lire and occa- j in dangerous nearness to the heads of some of the spectators, who thron-ed the blulls in great numbers to witness the sublime but melan - cholv scene. all. t"1 T 1 t . . I A. f il 4i r l , i l i nets are adequate lor all need ul mil the hold ol the h ted vessel, and m a :. 4. 4 i l i m rv iiu nt i : 1 1 1 ea i ion anu conieience lew moments the cabin, tcxas, and,, 4l , c. . , f , , f , ' . ! between the Lnited States lorccs and pilot house, were completely envel-itUe in3Ur,rerts oped. Fortunately it was h ingcloso I . " .11.. iA .. i t'irt v-ii nn,l l!itrr 1rc 11m rit!ir In the perfect calm, the flames rose 1' llo volun:i-Mf smoke "luminous with the ! iI.tt:la 11-llt J"!".om tl14! .riiiiit- l;ile. Maje,t:cally rlhng,cddying, curling; combinations of li-ht and shade a- i i vingfrom brilliancy to blackness, ' continually dissolving, re-forming, ! chan-ing 'with inlinite, variations, i these' clouds of smoke were magnif- i.-i r.tlv ho'intiful " I Fushed from the wharf-boat, thei s n;oini:iLi auu juiuiu il uesniuu" ine aj-pearancc of a shapeless collection of driftwood, still smoking in the centre. Twice during the conflagration the crowd of spectators wore v crv much excited by a rumor thai the I oat was The Champion was partially load-. red accidentally from a lire in a store ri ,1 riir.l.rn cri?7?o lmrtmrr iu the hold for liquor with a candle caused it- a rebel emissary cp-j plied thc torch. Which of these is the correct solution of the mystery, ;r w,,e ,er am c tnem, no,..o.iy " "l'' 01 such disasters leccnth, cues idausibilitv to the lat. i Yours Truly, GEO. O. JOP,ES. ...rr,!;i.-:rlLac.sn"r T- , m 1 . . .. . i . x - 1 c Iii nrrnol nt. Aer 1 nrk- .-l.lLia inrn 1 HI i l. i 111' SUUIL'. In the perfect calm, the flames rose ' wen 1 Wse, and ol being convert .erpcndicularlvto a great hi-ht, :md C;1 ,,v Person whom I choose to :oiit the top of this column cf llamo, a-IO;v- loatcd o:f in every direction great I T. C. N Tim. Wife and chiPn my cause we are a Mthodit preacher! writer is a new port, whoce pro A firm of biscuit manufacturers U.P have the ri"ht to reciuire everv 1 .rp nrni-ed bv the English nr.,i , -rt, lti ,nr thu ni, n.o. u n ' 7 T"'." u ,,uu' ",a 41 biscuits, which were sen ed hot on the breaklast tabic at eight o-Iock, in exactly four hours from the time sickle was rlr-t put into; the ftandinn- rrain. ' O O TEims or rx:( i:. and recosrnize them as a ix.Mer. Hul we are not at war with a nation, ue are defending o:r national life auraint wliieh that war can cease is bv tin rebels thron inir down their arms, re tunv -r to tl ir homes, rryJ suLmit- tmi: to t;;e i:;ws. When they do that, hostilities stop at once. . .i i i 1 oi ineir on a cause are no longer willing to fight, cease to fight, and disband their armies, that moment the supreme law of the land will 1 n , 4, . ,..T, 4L4V" ; . have, and this little ruse oi Davis W0.? h lt, n siiecessftil, have cntitled Napoleon at once to "recog nize the Southern Confederacy," and jusin- ine act oy our own con loin inu iieu -jduct. The reply made to Mr. Ste- pieu uj'.s eminenuy wise anu prop er: "The customary agents and chan- From M ic.Millan's Mi p. fur Sept. sLKvrrmi: roiiLiri:. AN AXSWLR TO THOMAS CARLYSLE BY J. II. LUDLOW. Frederick Maximns.-IIarkee here, Dan, you black nigger rascal. You're no longer a slave, you're a servant hired for life. T. C. Niger. 7v golh ! Wife and j eh il' il servants for life, too, massa? r. M. Yes, all you niggers. But you must work all the same, you know. T. C. X. Iss, massa. What wa ges you gib? F. M. Wages, you rascal? Quart jof corn a day, and three shirts and pantaloons a year, lor legal Hours ol ork fourteen hours a day for half privileges ol John Diners whip, or ' of such other punishment as I choose ! to inflict, and of not being believed ;on "th if you go and peach again-t i111 0L' being sold down South 'when I please, and of being convert- own dis time, mas-n? .31 F. M. IIa! ha! ha! Yes till I or erseer wants them. Uut you nnvc llic privilege ol talcing anotner wi,e 113 oiU'n r,s 1 :ilIovr ii -d of bving as many children as it pays mc to briri? "P- T- c- N. Bog pardon, massa, but what for vou call me servant hired for lir, ? 3 1 W I x toTl:'(r ' . , K M -head, yotMnfernnl scoun- drcl; V ll nS onc cre to help 3'0U to knrn' the Iaw &lV0S ll,m 1111,1 impiisoumcni or k mic, :mu wljat do you suppose you'd get.' bo olT with vor Stay how old is that vcllow niggcr,vour wife's daugh- tor? T. C. X. Born three weeks 'fore Miss Snsy, massn. l M. She'll fetch a right smart P" ;it Mobllc. now that New Or- le.ins- T. C. N. ., (Aside while going away.) Dev sav de Yankees aint bery long way. Wili dey was hecah. !Wilidev'd uib me a rii!c 'fore I T vUC'3. smvr,V(. .xn ,)in.,vr T;J T!ii! " wai.I ! House. "' "Our Old Home" will clerical co'resmndent of t!iö b i-ued "ulio-ton and in London n;raid Bfton who wentdoUn'on the m.e d;tv, the 1 9:h of the Vo porni.wherfi itl New York to PhiUdelphi i, tells tins: -wea.med t . . , at our destination at 2 o clock, and; stopped at tiie Girard Hotel. We might hue gone to some of our ec- Mfcr. Robert Brothers of Bos quiirttnces in th U good city and . ton, wilUhortlv republish the po honored tum with a visit, but we em of Jean Ingelow, fcently is- .v.. kj custom nt, . .1 I. . I sporting ones way r through the' world. We don't think that be- " ' " ' l -J . ' ... r. .n: 31 ,10,r'e- UoU 1 ,orce )OUM xmo Methodist 1 fcnw thrv u-i liresitlas unless youj ill make you w elcome. I Methodists have a good deal of rrace. but when thev are nushed! !. ,u. ii ...:.v, 'a j itothewnll with unexpected, and Vol. , .o. 15. i tmi n vitrd. :ind nnuf-l. dinf iTiint. iCCOme lucZ 'P1 wlncli V1U u"7ryou please, ,oi long since, wnoe w e were re- V.I . I . iding in the itv ol C-, a trangjr called on tu on batnrdav alternoon 4 I i. ...t I... t'.'w i: aiogue enM.tr,,. it.i .M.f hU hv ,ilt,e children of the gen- ThU s my mine sir Mr. M., I itleman occupying the house flitted res.de in C, and jind 1 am too late through the apartment-bright and :oj tue cars, and can not reach ( i,oaull,-ui children with a kind home now before n.onday morning, ; nur,e leading them to their own md I juvt thou-ht I wouU come : roonis ThehoUe, the people, all andtop with you sir .t it is con- tie ,urr0undings, vere elegant, re venient. till Monday. I am a mem- tined in qood tlste ya a ne ro l)r ol lha Methodist Church, and ami,y occupied this house-ihe prefer to le quiet on the sabbath yomyj, nnn uho rcce-,ved us was a iav.' 'what mav 1 call vou, sir?' ; ;lhe children had curlv ne My mine is . well Mr. ,it pr0 hMr anJ horrible to frlate, will not be convenient. Besides, : lhvir nurse vva3 white! I have the hadlord at the Eagle House : Süim thiug still more to mention a most excellent, quiet house is a nnt one of our itlie party cf white special lnend of mine, and it would clIIers was shocked, although they be ungenerous m me to divert his ! wcre not all abolitionists.n It custom Irom it? legitimate channel. ' i tI.oe i, Uncn nfu ITvt;.n f5n. Mr. bowed a polite Good-day, cdr,' and departed. 'II'jw he lives and how he fares, We do r. it kn jw nor do we care.' One thing we are pretty sure of, so far as we are concerned, be is 'Never comin? back auv more.' " True Character of the War. There is great force in the follow ing paragraph from a recent dis course ol the Rev. Dr. Bellows on the true character of the war agtinst rebellion: 'If there ever was a war for tbe working el isses, this is one; it is a war for theo and theirs peculiarly; it is a war for their position in so ciety, for the rights ol their ind us try, lor the salety of their homes, for the elevation of their class, a peoples war against the only des potism on the lace of the continent; i war ol modern ideas against old institutions; a war ol the nineteenth entury agaiit the tend. I ages; a war ol linmamty agnnst tint which crushes humanity to the earth and dishonors it; a war for the free con Jition of human nature; a war for every man who appreciates at all the sorial signilic nice of our insti tutions, which every man who has sought refuge under them from for- 1 . i - eign limitations anu despotism, should rush forward eagerly to sup- port; his fortune, his life his duty . . . . . -. --. and honor in his innd. And vet it is a war which these people, who ire the mot bountiful gainers by it, savagely oppose!" PERSONAL AM) MTEKAUY. Nathan D it on ja name well w:re not before tbe war broke out. know n to generations of school We gu for settling this negro ques los died at Groton Ct., a few tion, now our band is in, and ect d iys ago, at the age ot eight) -three tlig it forever. They cannot ears. He was tin sou of the au . hve their negroes any more. The tbor of Daholl's Arithmetic, and tbe ; fat hi gone forth the proclama-Neu- London S'arsaysol him that: tion of emancipation has been ia 4 few men, perh ips in Connecticut, Uuod, and by that we stand, and were more generally known and respected tlnn the deceased, lie Ind frequently occupied important public positions with honor to him- 1 , I.I 4. ' . M ten anu me juie. We find the .'ollowing paragrapli September 1 Hh, 103, four addition al the September number of the al regiments of Volunteer Cavalry, American Publisher-' Circular: j and sTeven regiments of Infantry will A friend who Ins been visiting ! bj raised in this State for the United Fitz Greene Halleck at Guilford, I States service, to serve for three Conn., tells us that the venenble years or during the war poet, now in his ?ixtv-cighth year,! The Congressional D.stricta wxll 1 4 il .i' 1.7 ; ,i !, be called upon to lurnish five com- is in mo,t excellent health, and that anics ot-lrv each, and eevca he is hon.zed by the l td.es w hen- companics of infantry, ever he makes his appearance at The privilege will be extended to the Pavilion. His eve is as bright, anv 0f tjie Districts to increase the and he is as full of fun and anec-' number of infantry to a full rei- dote, a in bvgone days. Time cer- rnent. 8-101! bounty "will be paid to tiinlv dyals vrry gently with the ! "veteran volunteers," 8-02 to all author of " Alnvvi k Ca?tl. others enlisted and accepted. Huvthorne's new volume is! Thc otlicial order says "every pre- called "Our Old I Ion.e," and con tain, beside the English kctihes which hive appeared during the past year in th1 Atlmtic Monthly, hb'-Consular Experiences'' in Liv- erpr.ol. an autobiographical record siu u tr to ih? persomi reenunn he lias 2ivrn in tb.e 4iS arlt Let - ter," under tbe titl of tlie'4Custorn m'Uith, Me?sr.. 'IVknor & Fit Ids a id Messrs. Smith, EM.r & Co do- ;. . , ,; . t tK mgth honor ol pubh.hcri to L,e new volume. ,ued in Lnd u- Lon?mtn& co. I . ... I . . I . a e...0nd edition ot this volume bis lt.t.n i ailed lr in Lnrdand. I he ( Vi'l I l aatv. - 0 pive The . . man anakspeare. ihe loicao liiaae says mat no returned army officer in Ohio has been known to support all?ndghm no rtid not leave trie service m cus grace. I was witness of a fcene, a fevr thy? ao, which illustrated very forcibly tbe slender foundation up on which one of the nstion'd most inveterate prejudices rests. There were tw o or three of u present at one of the most splendid houses iu . rri 11. t i IUI1 jet ate This was one 0, lhr1 The apartments j ; were COWoii5lv furnished, and as .., Ä...r.,.i ht mnnirmrt rpn. 1 f inM,' nill , rrfinpdand extremely . . . . . , . f courteous youni: man received us. ...... J . .. . i with Mill. . . k. v.... ister. D. W. B. A letter from a soldier in thd GSth Regiment, dated some days before the Little of Chicamausa, gives some items of interest, from which wc extract the lollowing: "The hills are full of iron ore. and the rebels made great prepara tions to manufacture iron out of it. They erected about twenty furna ces to melt the ore in, put up some foundries and built very extensive cabins lor the workmen to live in, ! supposing that they were so far away down in Dixie that the Yan kees could riever reach them. These valuable acquisitions have fallen into our hands, and the reb els can give up all hopes of mak ing cannon and ball to thoot us with. "The most of the boys are out in some secessionist potato patch. ! 1 patches are live or six Yankees to one hill of potatoes. Frue it makes tbe rcba look mighty sour, and causes the women to weep bitter tears at the loss of their almost sole dependence for them selves and children, the coming winter. These experiences cause the rebels to feel the consequences ot their wicked rebellion. Had they not rebelled they would now i be in the full possession of their i . . . . negroes ana sweet pctatoe paicnes, and theic would be among them no Yankee army to molest or make them afraid. Some rebels are in favor and talk of reconstruction, if they can only be allowed to possess their negroes. Rut we soldiers are opp.lsse(f lo that now, though WO , intend to stand. 'Dally Journal. A D DITl O.N A L VO LU.NTEERS. In pursuance of authority from i thc Secretary of War, under date of caution should be tised to prevent t!ie enlistment of persons unlit for service from physical disability, or minors under IS years of age. Any one who shall recruit boys under 18 years of aire w ill be charged with transportation and subsist- t.m.e.M ' The cavalry will all rendezvous at Indianapolis, thi Infantry of this Di'trict at Richmond. i We make these extracts from -General Orders" of the military ( aumoriucs oi me sxaic oi icuiana. A Hichmond ppcr illustrates how our prisoners are insulted and martyred by the rebel, when it announces the demise of a news n . .o r if Il ft T h,;dinj the tidf. x w JJ 111 IIMil Ufc Kl. Ulli 111 lUI4 ' ri.7n;r rone home to write hd his a;t rrirt hu thr firr" The partisan ladies who don't like the emperor have adopted ft novel way of expressing their con- tempt. When begoei to the opera, they look at him through tne wronend of their classes, makinc: him appear 44NanoIeon trie L.itti and lhu$ lnSinuatin2 agreroent j wilh H - j , . ronfi.