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DKVOTHD TO TIH2 INTERESTS OK IIANDOLI'H COUNTY. N'cvr Scrir. WINCHESTER,' IXDIA3i-, TIIFItSDAY, MAV 55.5, I SCI. Vol. xo. 17. 1 WW 13 I r I K. 4 k THE RANDOLPH JOURNAL Ii rcuum tvtav THn4T if A. J. XEFF & A. 31. WOODIX, TERMS OP .HUSSCaiPTIOIJ. Oac Dollnr und Tif!? Cent a rt If fID I JIAILIIOAD TIMK TAIILKS. flLLirONTAINC RAILROAD. 7t4lS f AS WIHIIUTU-WI'! WfST. JMII, it COS P. M. Nir;ffT EXPRESS it " ;') A. M. ACCOMODATION at 5.45 A. M- MAIL M 10.53 A.M. NIGHT F.XPRK n 12.05 A. M. ACCOMMODATION' At 8.10 T. M. Arrimr rnd Tpanur of Trnin nt ITtiion City Ohio nn4 Indiana State Line. BCLLtroXT AlN C tivt CCJIO IAST. Arrire. IVirt. rxore Mail 10 A. m. 11 f5 . m. KijcHt Et; !0nr)A.M. J2i0 Accora.uodulvi . . . 8 4') r. . 5 COICMBI'I 1AII ROAD. ArriTf. AccomnnJ tion . . .7 10 r. 1. . . 3'J A. M Arrire. Orrt. Mail : .1 i!.f r. vj. 2 2T r. m- . CtprrM 5 3.r f . m. C 15 a. m Iiii5iius5 Dircttorn. ...r.o: !l: Tfm or AD7f rtisixo. 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M. McCLURE, M. D.f PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Tndrr bis Pervics to the citizcoi of W.I NCHESTEU And tlcinitr. tle plre esjeul attention to DLescs cf Teenies a:.d 11 CHRONIC DISEASES. Also, those of the Re celt prt'culir attention . Office Sonth side "f I'ufeHc Square, In Dr. Vttlrnore'a IVnUl office, Reidenc on Fr nklia street. nr Moortsac Wrf,o:?osUe E. Loir's residence. 41 , ' Lt:xKEiiammFj:ii wr.sr, XANUFACTURKRS or FfRNlTUKE ! I m l Ciir.4, of the et and best trie. V. l of i nlic -j'nrc. Winchester, i THOMAS WARD, RRD'ARE Merchant. ".i?hl;-tna s'.rt'et. north of tnc Public Square, Winchester. Ind. jOHN RICHARDSON, MERCHANT TAILOR Weil of the rublic Sju tre, Winceittr. CLOTHS. CSSIVUÄcS AND VliliNSS. Always rn havd tid ra lr order in the betstU. PRICES RHASOXADLF.. lllO L. W4TI31. MILtTAUV CLAIM ACSEXCY. ciii:m:v STwatsox, DRUGS. . i J. C, niUSU, Drussi!?! - 7 ; Tt elllnt; tt rIaefd frien for C. articles irmnrtnted M rprf ntel. AH B LAXK PEKD55. of Superior' Q-iabtr TT01iFY T T A lYiTI :1 "r I 'turned away her face without a word, their banns were published. The and spend its all its tears in pur.-. cpecimo.i.s of ihe gre n turtle, somo , -can .Jackson, passing one morning ;tllll.iLlC ill li-a.li. JOOK JöiUClGr or smile. An ominous si-n: and ! story of Isaiah's mistake got abroad; fying. Then let it weep. .'five feet long, which I should think, through Christ Church quadrangle, WlfiCHESTER. IfiD. , wheu she saw the couple crossing and to this day Deborah Peck has Then let them weep, the youthful , yvpald wciga from 40Ü to 500, met some under graduates, who . ' . . . A (tho road thus side bv side in that' her iokc about Maggy's husband pro- eves, the weeping shall not inaket .cllncs. j passed along without ran'mj. Thc Art preptrcJ to procure Blank Hook Manufacturer, m:inei Debby lck instantly tur-; nosing to her first. ! hem lustcrless. A sorrow has ct,1 dean called one &fthcr.i and asked, Pensions, iSourtUs cr.J Arrears of Fey ! .NO. 32 "M IX STltnrr, nnsed there was danger, which must j its shadow on the heart, and the, pAXKirK' said a judge, "what do' "Do you know who I am':" tr ... f.,r.M- . 'i flicluubnd, - - Indiana, be promptly met. ' j "As to being conflicted with the heartstrings tremble sbghtly; bu i vou c:iv to the charge; are vou cuiltv : "No sir." xV cMiTni .rcnrVtof ! -- ; She opined the door aud planted ' gout," said Mrs. Partington, "high it is well; for behind th:s ved of,-or VirAiltyr ! -Hew long have you Ipcnin col- CUim. In Jail bui'.d'.n. VAT Tf' TT TA TPPTTTP herself on the threohold. a barrier: living doesn't always brin jit on. It . tear-drops Pcacc i ..aUmg arm in ..j'uith. that ,s dijlcuit lor vcur , BOOKS FOR ALL! rpii: TOWNSHIP MT.RARY i Vrpt J 1 at thr rfiMen"? of T. V.'. KIZLR. Connl ßft the Doolfs, ar.J reaJ tbta fiee of charge. Mit. P. KIZER. Libnmn. W. A. liONIIAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND Wtitary Claim Izcnt, HARTFORD C'TY, U) " nhekford County. Indiana. 0. ;. iTiLti. r. rAJMLty. r. 11. m'ckca. STiLES, FAHNIEY-& WCBEA, Wholesale Vet ri ia HATS. CAP S, Afp MILLINERY GOODS, No. 131 South .lleriJinn street, 1NDIAXAPOUS, IND. (11 EVAIIS.JDAWE3 & CO., Wholesale Deakr in BOOTS AND SHOES. No. 127 South Meridian atreft, IXDIAXAPOLIS, INDIANA. Cu.'tom Work , and Extra Size?, alway? on hanJ. "4rt DAILY, KEIFER & RUSH, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS Ard Agent for the Sate cf COAL QIL, Ho. "3 South Meridian treet, (cast eci of Union Depot.) 55 IXDIASAPOLIS, ISDJAXA. W. S. tb. ' V,'. C. TarkWt.n. FraLk Landen. A. B. CoiiIuiU. WLDH, TARKI.VCTON 3c CO., Wliolcsile De;d rs in ST.irijl Iß 111 GOODS, English, French and German, fTfANCY GOODS Sc NOTIONS, , 12 South Merid im Street, (Schnu.'l'New block.) 35 INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. Indianapolis Wholesale Trade, DONALDSON & CARR, r,i .South ?ieridiun street, lavitc tte Attention of Merchaat to their lock of HATS, CAPS, a:;d STRAW GOODS, Tor the Sarins Trade. A fall line of Goods always on h.vnd, sail ing the trade cf any locality. 40-2G WILLIAM BRADEN, STEAM PRINTER, Clank Rook Manufacturer, AND VtXlZK IK 3UN BOOKS. PAPER AND STATIONERY, No. -Jl Wet Wnhi nston-!, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, HT" All kinds of 2'anks oa hand, and printed to order. 23 SPENGE U HOUSE, N. W. Corner Union Depot, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. J. W. CANAN, OWNER AND FR0FRIET08 W.O. Srr, Clerk: '5. T. Canv, Ass-'t Cl'k. FRANKLIN HOUSE, WILLIAM M. PAGE, I'rnnriptnr . . Lorntroj Ji.wi ar.J t ranklr.i Wrihcrsistoob3crvcdl,iroi,2hthc twi. WIXCTIESTER JXDI.iXA. NICHOLSON & BIIO., SlooLscllcrs X Stationers, Photograph Album?, nuak Becks, Legal Blanks, w A L Is P A PER. Curtain Fiit'tres, Picture Fronts, kc. &c. 5ic. vVr. &c. CITV HOOK STORE, I Main Sr., Op.. Citizens' Bank, niCIIMOXI), IXD. juTy I7-d2 C. J. TAYLOR, A PWJCANT8 FOR LICENSE TO i teack school, will be ex- AMINF.D ON TIIK LAST STI'R1 V IN r.A.CU MONTH. AT TFTE NHV bKICK LCIIOOL HOUSE. WINCHES- ' HUE AS ANT HI ATT, ! Ai v ji i vj ij iu i j.i.uiiisiiv'a i'T.iir.;; r. i m;n . us uji in ui:iiu is inco cri1 l u muiiL" i li ri: i i if .nui im o 1 - . iiv.nr inr." :rT i nnr. mi-cr. f i. ( i . i ' u vi .1 , I i ;lI the two liorn Pilgrim spied in the! is handed down from father to son. J lie sister, the counseiir.gs oi ttc-t;ji I hear thc evidence." ! 4'h, very well," said thr dean. From the Fine of Our Union. t II i: w r o .X c; c; 1 It L . ET MRS L. ?. GOODTCJ. "Well, I do say you've been long enough about the milking I 'most concluded you was a-going to stay in the cow vard tobe readv there to - v . .. morrOW mornin. fires? her sifter in tones auch na she then used; nor to snatch anything from her hand in the manner she Something very unusual must have occurred. The expression of Magdalen's face was evidence of the fact. Her tongue uovc to her month she did not pre aurnc to say a syllable in excuse when Deborah reproved her 60 shnmlv. but dropped her eves with a IodIc nf (sl-inip. nnl sn nt ilnwn tr her knitting Magdalen Teck had got a beau, and now the secret is snatched that pail of milk; nor vet to sa:ne 113 11 lncre Iiaa no opposi Hing herself across the room as she ; tionor perhaps a trifle faclcr lor it. then did, and afterwards to fit dumb- PIr- Sparks cevcr ventured near the lv for an hour and ro dumblv to bed. ! touse tl.at 13 to cay, nsarcr than got a Peau, and now the secret isjuut luu UU!1"lM u" w uuumumui, i-w crcun tooraru: out. It was a thing that did notlaiul hrought to the same successful j the fruits there gathered V00 ! lightiy atfect the inteiesti of the j on infinitely less capital. prisoners,! guns, 4 i,S00 pounds of ; maiden sisters who had dwelt so peacefully in Woodbine cottage for I will not reveal how many years. jnüt reuirjicii; ucr sisicr pui on ner Isaiah Sparks was c bachelor of , ho 1 nd-shawl and went to the cow suitable age to be the husband of.vari1 ilT hcr Place- Shc hcn Miss Peck, whatever that age might reflecting s, good deal as she sat be. He was by no means ill-looking, lie owned a fine farm, and was re spected by his fellow townsmen Mr. Sparks had lived calmly in the neighborhood with Miss Peck all their lives; but at this late day a ran dom shot frcm the blind god had gone through his waistcoat and left a wound which Maggy alone could cure. llutof all things the latter didn't need in her sister's estimation was a lover or a husband. Their father had left them in very comfort able circumstances; they had no anxiety and very little care about worldly things; and though it might appear to many, a humdrum sort of lile the two old maids led together, they never had thought it so at all. They had their sufficient resources. Nothing had ever occurred to sour their tempers; they were fond of one another. Deborah especially had a spice of mirth in her composition that drove awny gloom p. ml Ioneli- ness as a fire drives out cold, ail short, they were perfectly content and satisfied with present and future, until Isaiah Sparks new plot began to develop itself. It had always been the custom for Debby to wach up the supper disbes und get thc kindling wood ready for morning, while .Maggy milked the cow which the farm laborer drove nightly to the yard. On one occa sion, Debby having tiirished her chores, sat down by the window, while across the road her sister was tili at her task. She saw Mr. Sparks going by, mounted on his j black horse, and his eye rested ou thc cow yard, as if he weivi cruicis ing a fine picture. Just then Mag dalen, whose back was towards the road, and who couldn't havo known the man was within a mile, rose up in her smart, spirited style, and came, forward, her pail in ior left hand, to hang her milking stool on the fence. Thc civil neighbor bowed to .Magdalen, remarking that it was a pieasaat evening. She bowed to him and replied that it was very pleasant. A very trilling incident, but Debby made capital of it for a deal of merry joking during that evening and theimysclt accepted dear? following day, which Maggy enjoyed equally with her sister. "I wish you had run out and asked whether it was nie or the cow he was staring at," laughed the younger Miss Peck. "0, you I know ii ivas you. Didn't 3 011 feel the inthicnce of his gaze between your shoulders like a poor man's plaster, applied warm?" lie happy while you may, Deborah j Peck. Soon thc joke appeared no I joke. The seeond niht from thai Uilbt a man leaning over the cow yard fence, as if talking to Magcrvat I her milking. So lit tic had coming events cast their shadows before in her horoscope, she could not deter - mine who t!ie individual mi-ht be; tili, as Ma y, her task finished, came slowly oni of the vard, he turned, and Debby saw that, as as she lived, it wn Isaiah Spa This wa3 ucday evenin flashed across Debby's rcmeml that Mr. Sparks had taken s pain to peak to them as they came ; out of church, and that afterwards, when she jested about it, her si-ter, instead o( ioinincr her a3 before.1 Had belli"" Mnrir b-:n irjected one look at lier indicnant countc-i heen ?o Ions ill with it. .minheritä ! miJniplit, f;'"-' I'S" dall:; i ... lrt T,.,;i;f- llJ'r i'3 until 11,0 mnth ,la-"-" n,n. slid jroo.1 evening to M,gta. from Iiis wife's grandfHth.r." places; and stacht . .11 le ,.on JjL tJ " ThVv I ' 1 i . i,Mt.wtrMt Rhnwinr' -.. the. troubled waters ot tue soul, and , "aiu''- lu uwa that be undeWtood well enough he! The discontinuance of the drartinSi in their mntmunnRs into Mis Peck's veins, she could' CK.Wfs GUAM) totai. ; the wavelets shall awaken happy! Ql'IlIlTH:s 1 Tili: south. -hardly have brcn more fiery cross.? We believe that no military hero in , thoughts that slumbered in the still-! siiakks. She said nothing to Maggy directly, ! the world's history has won uch im- ness that was cold, and nana and These animals are peculiar to but she read her a good many Ice-; portant successes, unclouded by tie-; generous fciings that stirred not. us southern suns, a.;d they are about as turcs regarding duties to one's fami- j feat, as our modest and una&aiunin?' tlie waters stim-d not; then let them xvt'l calculated to make the waters ly and kindred, nud did whatever else was calculated to disturb her ;slsIcrs conscience witn a sense of I linlni. nlu'int fft fiAlilllllt n (.nnf mn.1 ' 1-'-"fc "'J"1' 1 wi.. t 1 t-uw muuu m caiive, am; ma; erj laci was cnoiigli 10 Proe ue lls l convinceu. : 'Vliai' s v' c "Jong on mucu me the cow 3ard; and there, whenever, th milking stool was not hung on the fence, he was. Itwas the only opportunity he had, z::l he was evi dentlv determined to make the most of it." - v ; Talk of a r ' ' j of five, ten, or twelve year. ive of loss of sleep, 7a5tG O rht oil. t cetera! ! If lt Sl,its lhc parties, why Very well; but tbc business can be earned on Magdalen was from horn'; one eve j,lin.? and as at nightfall she had uuone, a;ui had come to the conclu- sion that she was not acting very wisely or verj' kiudly in regard to lier sister jind Mr. Sparks, and she i seriously determined to turn square round and make a virtue of necessity. Woodbinp Cottage might be dreary i enough without Maggy; but then, if Alaggy chose to go, why not cheer-Iguns fully make the sacrifice of giving her up? This was the style of thought to which her busy hands kept time, when the yoice of the man who had n leaning towards the cow yard fence said, resolutely: "Good evening, Magdalen." 'Good evening, Mr. Sparks," came in a subdued key from the woman on the milking stool. Her face was steadily bent to her task, and hidden by the brown hood, which, together with Maggy's shawl, had deceived the bachelor lover. So absoibcd had Debby been, that she had not even thought of the likelihood of his coining that night: but on the instant it Hashed through hcr mind that if a joke was all she could have ; out of the affair which had cost her . , . affection which I entertain toward von. You have known me long, and von know mv circumstances. I have come here to night to declare myself, and to ask you to become my wife." "Thereis but one objection," mur- make the most of that, at all events. It would be safe to say that, in-1 rl ' ". 1 ' """ J- head is ,, v .. . , j, . , . . ' lii ua-i, ;is ji ine tie: columns :rcf nn,i nl0 Call me Isaiah," reioined Mr. eluding thc captured not above enu- . . i1" lKU nn1 lliC Sr.arks. tcndeilv. He hemmed once 1 merated. two hundred thousand men i. i ' s llw 1:5 ,Rn felow,. 4i i i i . 4i i i i lJ i--mp.cs uiau u.e now in rums. tho brntoslponq in or twirp. pottlv. tlirn timer riled: , ana two thousand ?nins havi; Leen r. ... , Ult ii un. sit ipb in -Magdalen," he said, -you must be! captured by General Grant, and asl --Xu hc i m r I ! : hn.:. ...muiuUe trees, shiubs and plants I).,.. n, ,o Winter murrcu ueroran, i ising ana staiming at iuaiianooga, ana ai me lmer just on the oj))Osite side of thc fence j ness, thc last of which is estimated from thc bachelor, hcr face turned to have amounted to sixty thousand modestly away. and it will appear that General Grant 'What is that, deal?" he asked , has put hers du cor.tlat not less than eagerly, reaching over and taking1 three hundred and fifty thousand uei .au , m in i ? -JH wuuiu uuia..iuui-. aione. ; I may consider The real Magdalen v.'35 not ten 1 paces on. 1 no ecstatic lover womu . have hardly noticed the clwiek of an engine at the sair.o distance behind hiu;lu:r sister, however, had watched her approach and awaited the right moment. That moment had come, and shc suddenly turr.ed her face full on Isaiah Sparks, while the loud est, merriest peai of laughter rang on the air that had been heard in the j neighborhood of Woodbine Cottage j your inconstant lover he has just ' proposed to mc" And therewith ( the April evening echoed another: , strain ol ner uncontrollable laugi.ier. and finish up your courtship in re - spcctaMe style." So they did, and the next Sunday 0, as to that." he rejoined quickly , lighting and severe Iossrs, but im- s;m.lisb; fr0I2 üOSQ of c dullcst! farm, then, returned the gentleman witn the air oi one determined not; partial history will declare mat uo ! illle to the 'hane-ib'c dolphin- rrom ffcscnuy anoiner pianiauon a; to sec Any impediments in his way, j could not have had Yicksliurg with-! UlC 0f the'leopard to the 'hucs!lraclcd catieniion of these gentle s!ip tnav live wit h us and welcome out hLn,!. nor Richmond without i . , .... r 1 , , i men. and thc ronrh Iookinir man zt- -1 11 .:il.ii.. :n v. !.,.. C....-l 1 .ss. .n. . - . ' - t t i i nn cut: f fi'i'ii i i-r.iii t no in rtn i 0:0 . ' f; j ii bile n 111. uii. ;u an ru is; üi nie iliiiuv tu ivj.is m auiu. ' , rr m n - n il 1 1 I ..v...,. - a a, , r i i 1 suarn, fine or snovei-nose tiiui k., - i -nV The bachelor stajrsered back, but weight of woe to the home of budsi s for Mr John?onr j recovered himself sooner than could j and blossoms; its mission surely is of! tr'h w h TcrnJ "I take care : of tacm, said tue S lve Icen expectel. ove; then let it bp fulfilled. Ia u d laQt flnd rc,na:uc.a as listvl; lln. "'' -Ma-gv," cried her sister, "you the buds 1 made to blossom and . h . oVit'ons m a -hrub- the' d1, t wst b a gi-cat deal pf -i .-ii i!,i. i 4 ii-i. ,i,v,, 111 uicii po.MUOU us .1 .urui., , , T-rmldo. und hc oii'dit to i.av vmi ! mil u wo nn( I rii ii i:ui ft: i u l i ii4uuiij.- i iiiumi in lai ivi t . . .. . ... i , o x j r sure! Mr. Sparks had gone up to Mngaaicn cmoi'ieu mem so cioseiy anuso lougi - f f br l-es to three rks! j and was stammering t'oith an expla-1 that the life was becoming stifled and -n 0l,frlr tlieir eves arc very birg g. It nation. jlhe bcaniy waning; thc sunbeams,! and .;;.;Mt,de Vt tj.ose 0f a"frog. -ranee "Come, you two foolish chits," , although such fond companions, have Another iish was spotted like pccial i aatieu uenoran, more Hnoerciy; aiiowen tue uum io seine cie i.pjn i(.0,,.,r fröm three to trn lcei 1.. 'a 1 1 t m i . 1 A 1 . u I . t v I . 1 T ... V V.' aww IIVnV 4. - I ' ijt V ' W ' ' i V A V V WW 1 i ' Tl ' ' I 1 I I't'V I J Ll 1 I " i . .:. Äf" , 4 .'mn.ir Kfinndin" ttranelv sweet be- system will relieve frotn dutya force, music, h0,muno wran cij sweet oc rf prrr.nn , c ..imMed at 7ft.v Jroy-iC sc cr heard tilt no. And . i - a c . m eft- it im 'i m i :im i'i k w i. 1 11 muwk - - I Lieutenant General. They may be ! summed up as follows: At 1- ort Donelson, 1- ebruary lbv. I IC.'li) 1 . . 1 f . . ! . . - ..-.1 CJ 1 jc-j.., ii'- uH'iiii eu .ujij'ji veiieiiii o. . 3,000 horses, ubout 2,000 stand of arms, 1? Held pieces. 17 heavy guns,' Uieh colors pale VrtV.c strong lights. ; length of sixteen feet, and are thu and other military stores. j A little shade is needed to add tho'pecultor terror of watermen in Stun- At Vicksburg, July 4th, 1?G8, he 1 1 ichniss that we love to seek; and mer-timo. One said he would swim captured Lieut. General Pcmberton, ! fo the heart from too much glare r.nd ; across the Ashley now for a very with 20 general ollicers, 4,000 com-j heat is parched, the; colors of ihe, small sum, but he woubl not do it in missioned ollicers, and 20,000 men llifc grorn palo and wan. lint this:,T,nc all the 'jioney lhatcouUl be total, about C4,000. He also cap-! little sorro-.v shall cast its twilight pi-C-d up. V'hy? "Uecause beforo tured 12S pieces of field artillery ami j o'er the soul, subdue this wealth of 1 should get half way across a ahark Ü0 siege gung, besides S3 pieces pre-j light, give deeper, richer coloring to ! would have me." Two men, dsry viously takentotal, MOl. Of small, the life and character, and the eyes, parding this fact, wentin swimming. arms45,0o0, with arms and munitions' though dim:ned awhile, shall looki110 heard a shriek, looked round, of war for 00,000 men, with a vast : with joy upon its beauteous work, its , ad the other was gone. Several quantity cf steamboats, locomotives. cotton, etc. and more important than all, the Mississippi. Aj leks- burg invplved the surrender of Tort ituuson, we nave ta cremt to urant! powder, 150.000 rounds of ammuni- i ion, 5,000 stand of arm., 2 steamers, nur oilier storef. ArkaTisas Post! ! :aptured ova detachment from hisj tion and cai command, adds 5,000 prisoners and 40 guns. At Chattanooga, besides the bril o.i.i. nnn.:.,rt liant feat of rescuing our beleaugucr- ed and endangered army, and driving!:;:",,-, V, ri tue enemy lrom a vastly superior position, he captured O.OOU prisoners and 10 guns. A detachment of his immediate command, under Weitzel, captured 0,000 prisoners, and ISO at Fort Fisher and Wilmington. In thc crowning campaign against Richmond, he destroyed a rebel army of CO, 000 men, all of whom were either killed, wounded, dispersed or captured. Tn thc final surrender at Appomattox Court House, April 9th, 1SG5, 2G,000 prisoners, lfi.OUä stand of arms. lfiO rfinnon TO ilnrr. i.00(M 4 , e n . wagons 4,000 horses were all tha t remained; but at Richmond Y eitzel had previously reported the capture 01 puy guns, ana a consiucramc nmn-, bcr must have been captured at Fe- icrsourg. i ins surrender involved t.io suo- 25,000 prisoners and over 00 guns, and must be followed hv similar surrender of the armies of Dick Tay- j lor, probably 12,000, Kirby Smith! . '.. . . r - .... . i His grand total of captures arc ai least twice as great as the force are at ate ai j under his command at any one time, When we add to these figures the rebel killed and wounded at Doncl- son, at the battles before Vicksburg, I- :.. l i.:n.i ... i ,..i i , coci, m. ,.puueu, i.iUeu, ,uu m,-u aim uisruiS,M,. oumt ui wwu- successes were ooiainea uy uspcraic In the light of the whole record, now i complete, every one of Grant's cam- paigus is demonstrated to have Wen a succc3. nie icmporaiy iureis won by Lcc, Johnston and other . relel chiefs, but add their tribute to; '.Grant's enduring fame which, like! ; Moses' divinely consecrated rod,j j swallows vip all the others TOO M 17 C II SU N r.T r..ic::i.LC richix&s. Then letitwecMhelittle cloudlet:: its nearly tears carry with them no. beauiy, for the dews of heaven shall ink into their little hearts aud shall waken in theüi ?. new lire. The warm ligut, oi an iiuciouucli huu ua ! made them beautiful. ( iJiU this little cloudlet sliaii büeii., ' w ith its shadow, bathe with Us waters, not be t died. The voung life has known such a lonix day cf happiness, such a glare ol gayety has -hone iiitAii it 1 . t I . . r t ! V - . 1,!.. , iij'vii n, m. i.it ovm lu.iii iieui iz : .... . - ' losing1 its sweet life all tmconsoirvp.lv. 1 quickcninir. its awakening. The:i,I31CI1 were bringing down a aft. j let them weep. Tjj, OCx iiotto.M. Grccn the famous diver .'r Tories of his advci ;.jn ln.il)rr c.irt!l in thc Ur. Green, the famous diver tells milnr stories nf ml vfiiturna , uCC? ftt" , r . g S T lheir bntk qnick as lightning J f at ihelon the miserable1 victim, winch ß l-r , ' r :, 1.. , cn;;i betneeu the sharp teeth ami V4 my divings were made arc about 1Iurrv is aad whcn llc unter forty miles in long h, and from ten 911i,9itles it is tinged with blood and to twenty in breadth. On this bauk;ilrt tj. I r1 ffwnl Id i)V(icnntn t r llin l,t-nr' ..v vs. vv ."w, Jmc scenes the eye ever beheld, Ihe water varus Irom ten to one hundred feet in depth, and is so clear that the diver can see lrom two to three hundred feet when submerged with but little obstruction . to me V. . - . I he bottom of the occannmany places, is as smooth as a "i h lloor; m others it is studded with coral columns from ten to one hun- di ed feet m height, and lrom one to v v , . v" . V. oi iosc more loity support a myriad Lf pvraniia pendants, each forming a nivi.-a(1 m ivi r lllC reality to thc ilna,rinarv Jlb(nlJ of 20me atcr llvn h In olhcr ,acM tho pcnaanls fonn arch aftcr arch aml ag th( ants he ilivrr st:i!i(l rm tlif lmTtnm nf thn Hg avenue he finds that thty ,, iM 7, V "'V " V , , , l' " f " " V t.i, . w.u uiTuii s iae. jieie ami lucre 7 , ' V" wakr dq(0sjtcd thc earth. They j V I r m nil m4 A f. at 4 t, tt JN s. m- 4- S 4 1 n pale light the received, although of every shade, and entirely diUcrcrt from plants that I am familiar with ti..,f vrirrotllo V- re; V Ui IV U V J 4 J I O CtllVI. kills lUOCb l ;n,nnt "i. tu c.u .i.w.i, i,!-,ni.ir these -Silver Hank," I found as! different in kind as the scenery was varir(L They were of all forms, col- w or8 an1 sizcsfroni thosc of llie minnow to the voracious shark. Some had heads like r-quirrcls, others like cats and dogs; 0:1c of small size resembled thc bull terrier. Some darted through the water like meteors, while others could scarcely Scva 0 ru( -.'ij, aj t j p(.f!t.'d -ji move. To enumerate and wave. Jiere ami mere iriiiuar aitractca my aiienuon; ut 4 " " 4 " . .. . i . ... ... uiiu i'ui eiuinir uiion nie iiianiaiions semDied a sea jr.u ol immense sr.e, , i V 1 T ; r , v, . ' vnrloffJ Urc n,l f li r inAct i i'mUI '. r I I MiilU Uli LI cUIlll; H liU t 1 Ug Rvmniptriril frrP- tr flio rl nl in-ii L-r 1 . , r 1 a lonunaic mau mis 011 ic various kinds 01 hslit . . - . . . . , t . , , , , e u mrj on these Panks i. ... T 1 r . . r-. ' laoiisumcms as iiigsc. ' would, were I enough of a naturalist! . 4l . . f lT , ciX . t . . , ' . v I A third, a fourth, and a fifth plan- I to do so require more than my l.nutstat.on un(lcr thc t 0 would aiiow, for I am convinced that j d . , . ,1 I mfh :,f ich n' HC I 111. i 1 I J iiiv.il in- "Ä h bUuev also belonged to Mr, Johnson. 1 ' ,' , , . " .V . : ", ' j suj; jn da ( m(t of tljorn ros(.!,d,(.d u10 - j . f u b, d w..ro ( langer.: roje , Iherc were aie nbln hsh,; the ir houses ! Hko K.-avers,ir; which ti-y ppawn.j . and tjjp nb or female watches the! t-j -t r-jtch.-?. I caw many ioaho, Montana, -eora . yr-Mr i tin nua . -ui. n "in c lle ii3 r.s any thing we know of; much more so than the Confederate . navy, indeed, in the language or ' .lull m mm- ol" itT t l.nn.l in mi ' J v - ujji'h m: remember the battle; do 110 more.' These creatures attain the Une got into a canoe. It capsized, and before the man could be got out he was taken. Their manner of tükimr IIVPV tili Tln.- lrt nin wfthin about four feet, look ?tca;l- . . - . .. . . ,m ai ii ior mow- moments, then dart : I..,,.!- i.V :i . i I '.IV IV ilUUllli IIIIII- I . . 1 ktlllll 1 1 I II III monstrous iaws. In aranmrnl Ihn vthe man is gone. They sav f lrtr . - . . i .Iaiul harKs tcr , chor k-Q nni smiiA orn fniiinl nrmi in 'cithern localities. For my part I I hcartily abominate Loth varieties of lhe 6 ies wlCrcvcr foundi auditors r.vrr cr,i,!i'i,. h 1. . j J -- " - v w J 0f ti)Cse liidcous creatures. They are black as Satan, ugly as sin, and .. to the , (h o fiflecn fcct ! Their skin is worth fourteen dollars, j an(l nhcn tanne(1 u ma(lc intJ) hooU jand thocs for rcbels They loyc tJ Hvc in :narshcs among the tall grass, oi winca me i.ortl knows there IS enough along t';esc low coasts. They live on Csh and other animals: and wh;n hungry will attack mcni but the citizens say the' prefer hogs and niggers. They can outrun a, hog and will head him every way he goes. At last the hocr. weary with. fil0D3 t0 scc what kinJ of a qupcr" creature it is mat ;s approaching with his moiUn so wide open. He CT u.:;.,- nijt.il HUH il I UH19 HJIMt t half cut olT thc porker is done for. swallowed, and the sun for several by hunger again. thov nrc tnrnid a remain mostly in holes, J SUMTKK. The Rich Man's Wages. Several gentlemen, on board of a steamboat ! in a Southern river, were noticing . . - ltc looking man, who stood near him, ,nnrl,iro.'1 w.h? owncJ thc clegant ll,?flT.m S1" ' i ir- i n n f ii f Tfn riinr Tr n A)14 VUliW Uli A if f.lw V M ii V i J 114 the reply. 4 Well, Mr. Johnson has a splendid nppli the proprietor. "Mr. Johnson is thc owner," said the man. "Indeed, tho same man that owns ! k , a n; . . ' ' hun iuu!si, ue, iu iiue two &ueu ca- ' , , . ,, ' ... ., c 1 .1 A "And who takes care Of all these ' wtA fnr it uit. ,in3 , ;r A11i, " -oM hi; v s o iivi, ii Li vsiiiiut, oaiM ' , , . ' ti j v. i tl , ft'Ct'C TI 1 c j "lie "my gi cs me my viciuuiana '( clothes," y.uld the gentleman, who 1 happened to be Mr. Johnson hirn.elf. . -l "()idv vonr victuals and rlritho? IU r , . 1 I il.il 11-1 1 . i. ior uoing an inai: w ay, xi inu; l:e tcw mean a man to live." bqr it- A I-act in Natural IIistot:t. 1 "