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[Some of our readers rosy recall to
mind the incident of the present war
thittiave occasion to the following
BY ;WIN G. WRITTIZIZ.
Up from the; meaclowa rich with corn,
Clear in, the cool September morn,
The clustered 'spires of Frederick stand
Green nitlled by the hills of Maryland.
Round about :them orchards sweep,
Appte and.peach trees fruitid deep,
Fair as a garden of the Lord-
To 'the eyes of the famieh'd rebel horde
On 'that I . :pleasant morn , of the early 'fall,
When Lee marched Over the mountain-wall,
Over the mountains winding down,
‘*.oree and foot, into Frederick-town
rortY flags with . their eilver stars,
Forty flags with' their crimson bars,
Flapped in the morning wind; the eun
Of noon looked dc;wn, and saw not one.
Up rose old Barbara Frietohie then,
Bowed with her fourscore years and ten;.
Bravest of all in Frederick town,
She took up the flag the men hauled down.;
Inter attic window the staff site set,
To ahow that one heart was loyal yet
Up the street came the rebel tread,
Stonewall Jackson riding ahead.
Under hie slouch hat left and right
He glanced; the old flag'met his'aight
'.l:lgtltl l ?—the : ditst r brown ranks stood fast,
"Fite 1"-out. blued the rifle blast,
It shivered the window, pane and sash ;
It rent the banner with seam and gash.
Quick as. it fell from the broken staff,
Thane Barbara snatched the silken scarf ;
She leaned far out of the window eill,
And shook it forth with a loyal will.
!'Shoot, if you must, this gray obi bend,
But spare your Country's flag," she said
shade of amasses, a blush of shame,
Overthe face of the Isaacs came;
Tho nobler nature within him stirred
To life by that woman's deed and word!
"Who touches a hair of yon gray head
Dies like a - dog 1 March on l" he said:
AU day long through Frederick street;
Sounded the tread of marching feet;
AU daylong that free flag tossed
Over the heade of the rebel hog.
Eier its torn folds rose and fell
On the loyal Winds that loved it well;
And throtigla the, bill gaps sunset light
Shone over it with a warm good-night.
Berbera.Frietobie's work.is o'er,
Ar..d the rebel rides on.his raids no more
Honer to her!"and let a tear
Fidl, for her'sake, on Stonewall's bier
Over Berbera Frietehie's grave,
Flag of Freedom and Union wave!
'Peace and order and biauty draw •
Round thy symbol of light and law ;
And ever the stare above look down,
On thy etare below et Frederick town I
Content amidst Difficulty.
The pretended resignation of the
South under their recent reverses is
thus capitally taken off by Orpheus C.
Kerr,. in,the Keiv York Leader. The,
upon the. scene Captain Hunchausen,
who is met by Captain'Bob Shorty:`
Bight behind him (the conservative
Kentucky chap) came a remarkable.
being, attired in fragments, of grey
cloth and a prodigious thicket of
whiskers, through the latter of which
his oyes glaied yollowlylike the bot
in an apothecary's shop .d own the
.street;, ,he approached nearer ho
'hastily put .on. a pair of partially-dis
sected-White Cotton gloves, and casual
rearranged the strip of carpet bind
al:1g whip served him as a full dress
•'Yours; truly,' said Capt Bob Shorty
'Vandal l' hissed Qapt, lifunchausen,
emoving fr,oni: his brow an uneiatn.
plod conglomeration of rags in the
2ast stages. of cap, and handing it to a
traithfnl contraband who attended him.
'Why, then,' said Capt. Bob Shorty,
doffing his own cap, and tucking up
his sleeves, "in tbeparne of the United.
States of America, I propose to move
upon your ivorks immediately.'
And now, my boy, do I particularly
lament my leek of those unspeakable
intellectual gifts, which enable the
more refined reporters of all our ex,
cellent and moral daily , journals to
describe the fistic achievements of the
Iloted Arkansas Mule and celebrated
Jersey Bantam in a manner that 49.
lights every well conducted breakfast
table in the laud, and furnishes exclgi
site TPR4ing fqr PriYate families.
Forward hopped Capt, Bub Shorty,
as though on springs; his elbows neat
ly squared, his, fists bold up like a
of apples on sticks, and hie head
poised as though it had justiltarted to
.LEWIS, Editor and Proprietor.
look round a corner: With fists to
match, and eyes shining like tlae bot
toms of glass - bottles, the Wary llfun
chausen scuffles cautiously back from
him in a half circle: Now they make
skips toward each other; and now
they skip back. Anon an arm is rais
ed, and is . parried; and' then they ha
lance to partners; arid then they hop
I was gazing at all this, my boy, in
speechless admiration, when suddenly
I saw the dexter hand of Captain Bob
Shorty pierce the . enemy'4 lines, and
explode, with tremendousforce on Men
chausen's nose. :Fora moment there
was a sound as of Confederate blasphe
my; knit in a moment the chivalric
31Iunchausen was himself again.
'Ah, l' said Capt Bob Shorty, agreea
bly, 'did you see the Star Spangled
Banner that time 7'
'Sir,' said Ilanchattsen, yrithtears in
his eyis, 'I am thankful my :nose is
broken. It, is a blessing; for I had
nothing to smell with it, and only
wasted my strength in its special de
fenbe.' , _
Here Captain, Bob Shorty looked jo
vially at me, my boy, and says he :
'By 'all that's Federal i aint be jolly ?'
'Come on to thy ruin 1' roared Hun
chausen from behind his rapidly in
creasing nose; and again the , battle
raged. Now did Captain Bob Shorty
sidle to the left, with "a view to flank
ing , but: two columns of the enemy
met him there. Next the agile Man
chanson attempts; by a quiok turn, to
take him in tho rear of his position,
but finds a' strong body of five divis
ions hurled upon his headqUarters with
an impetuosity that, knocks out half
'Art satisfied, Heratio I' said Copt:
Bob Shorty, with more or less Bowery
theatre in his manner. An awful
smile appeared upon what were left of
the features of Captain Munchau.sen.
It was so full of scorn, you know.
'Sir,' said he, with much•chivalry of
bearing, and Fettle difficulty of utter
ance, may be broken, but I
thank fate for it.. it's a long time
since 1 had anything to eat with my
month,and to defend it atall was
'Ha I .ha;! ha l' - . roared Qaptain i Bob
Shorty; 'I reallY - never - did see ittiy
'Madman!' yelled lilunchause n, 'your
destruction is decided
Then were all the skips and hops re
peated, my boy; with such ornamental
bits of occasional fine art as the refined
reporters of our excellent moral daily
journals love to - dwell fondly upon.—
Were I but such a reporter, I would
describe the scene in a way t) make
you take, it home to your children.—
But lot mo not waste time in !entente :
tion ; for just then, a something heavy
fell upon the right eye of Munchausen
and effectually closed it for a week.
'Ah I' said Captain Bob Shorty, plea
santly, 'did you count the stars upon
our Flag that time, my grayback ?' •
'Sir; retorted Munchausen,.stagger
lag about, and wildly iulling handfuls
of imperceptible hair out, of invisible
heads in the air—'l consider the loss•
of that eye a blessing in disguise; for
I can now concentrate my 'whole
strength on the other? .
'ell now, really,' said Captain Bob
Shorty, 'really, you know, I never see
anytiking half so jolly.'
'Extermination is now your doom
howled the Confederacy, reeling delib
erately forward - upon the first fist bp
met; and falling heavily to;the, ground
with his other oyo emphatically dark
Instantly was Captain Bob Shorty
at his side, exclaitning : 'l'm sorry fOr
this, old chap. I wish yoa had con
sented to stop before. Eh ejaculated
Captain Bob Shorty, 'what's that you
As true as I live and breathe, my
boy, as true as I live and breathe,
when Captain Bob Shorty put his oar
to the month of the fallen Confederacy,
ho heard, slowly spoken, thesoremar
kable words.. - -
because--;1--can--norr*-- , devolopiay
—REAL---resourcoe—of—strength !! I'
WHO ENVIES Us T—We find the fol-
lowing in ono of our exchanges : "If
an editor omits anything, he is lazy; if
he speaks of things as they are, people
get angry,; if he , glosses • over or
smoothes down thorough points, he is
bribed; if he calistbings by their•prop
er names, he is unfit for the position of
an editor; if be does not furnish his
readers with jokes i ho is a •mnlleti if ho
does, be is a rattle-behd;lacking sta
bility ; if be condemns the wrong,' he
is S. good fellow, but lacks discretion;
if he lets wrongs and injuries go un
mentioned, he is a coward; if he e;icrpo
-604 n public man, be • doeS it to gratify
spite, is the topl of p clique, Pr belongs
to tho "ppts; ll if ho indulges in person ,
alities, he is s. blackguard; if he does
not, his paper is thilf and insipid.
Therefore, it is a matter of impossibil
ity for an editor to please everybody."
ITIUMIX9-PQN;' , I4:, , ' II .MOAY,,:.AT,RW,:IO;:IBBS;
Slavery Dead in Virginia.
Value of Property Destroyed by the
WAsurrterrox, April 11.—=-The• Rich.
mond Willy 'of Mondity;'the 10th inst.,
was received here to-day. It says :
"Whatever may be the fate of the
Constitutional Amendment, it is as
certain as sunrise that . slavery in Vir.
ginia is dead.
A National bank of the United States
is to be immediately established in
Richmond, where subscriptions to the
United States , bonds will bo received
'at the rates established in the 'North
ern cities. ,
The_aggregate value of the property
destroyed foots up $214,640. Impo
sing as these figuresippear they are
far short of the truth, for the reason
already stated, that real estate was,
before the war, invariably assessed
much below the value which it would
have commanded in the market. Our
list covers no more than the bricks and
All the hospitals of Richmond have
been taken pOssession of by military
authority, and are used for ttio cOmfort
equally of the Federal and Confederate
sick. i '
A number of Confederate aurgeoris
left in the city have been paroled to
attend to ttie Confederate sick and
The Chimborazo, Jackson and How
ard GroVe hospitals, four of the princi
pal Confederatc hospitals, are used for
the accomrnothition ofFederal wound
ed. They contain about 24,000 • beds,
which were left entirely vacant by the
Rebel prisoners to the number of
800 or 1,000 bityl4l . boc : p received in the
city within the past forty-eight hours;
and consigned to the Libby prison.
:More than half of Pickea's division
have been captured and in,
and the country between Richmond
and Amelia county is said to belull of
Confederate soldlera, nearly all of than
Virginians, making their way to then
Castle Thunder is used as a recep
tacle for citizen prisoners,• of whom
quite a number are gathered there. •
Manchester was not at all disturbed
by pillagers on ,ktonday morning last,
neither did the fire. reach James dis
trict. - •
A •pontoon bridge spans the river
now and connects Richmond with
Manchester, and we hope, business, will
be revived and pervade both sections
The churches of all the religious de
nominations in'the city whose pastors
remained in the city were opened yes
terday, and services wore conducted
as usual, in the presence of large con
gregations, a good portion being coin
posed of the officers and soldiers of the
Union army of occupation.
In the Episcopal churches the regu
lar form‘of services was observed, with
the single exception of the prayer,
'which was made for all in authority,
instead of for the President of tiro
Confederate ,States, etc., as inserted in
the liturgy. As the United States is
the power in authority here, the pray
er for the President of the United
States was implied, if not said.
The sermons preached exhibited
generally a very high order of talent,
eminently practical and religious, and
we "are glad to knOw that the Union
soldiers, officers and privates, who
wore listeners, entertain a high opin
ion of the pulpit eloquenee of the cler
gymen of Richmond.
Saturday afternoon was rendered a
remarkable day in Richmond by the
first review and parade' of the United
States forces occupyibg the city. These
troops consisted of the 3d Division, of
the 24th Army Corps, Army of the
James, commanded by Maj. Gen. God
In the absence of General Ord, the .
troops were underihe immediate com-
.I3rigadier General Charles
Devine. , -
The review was appointed for 2 is. .
M., on East Main street, the left of the
column resting on tho outskirts of the
city, and the right westward, to the
heart of the city. By the hour of noon
hundreds of our citizens, male and fe
male, had taken faVorable positions
from which a view of the military
npeetacle Could be obtained, and the
windows and doors for more than 'a
mile along Bain street lyerd crowded
With spectators who watched the man
oeu'vre's of the different regiments, bat.
teries and squadrons pa they appearecl,
wheeled into line, and took up their
position, until the line, as far as the
eye could see, shone, in the sun
tering hedge of bayonets,. • . .
Banners and hands intercepted the
,linos at intervals, and couriers wont
and came carrying orders and keeping
both wings in: communication. ,
• An hour beyond the time appointed
passed, and yet Brig. Gen. DoVins and
etaff,who reqs to , first review the troops,
had not made his appearance. Finally,
aiflourish of trumpets announced his
approach 'The General,' With a splen
didly *Minted and appearing' staff,
aPproached the linofrona tbc left, tho
mounted band on the extreme right
striking up, "flail to the Chief who in
During the,• performance of this air
General Dovins and staff rode down
the right, but Made a detour through
ibth and Carey streets, and rode "rap
,idly to the extreme left of the line, on
the outskirts. , ,
From this point the review was ac
complished; the• General and staff gal
loping kola left to right, the lino com
ing to a present Arms as he passed,
and, the band Striking
Gemoral Derins alone carried his hat
in his hand and this distinction caused
'hint to be easily reeogniZed 'by the cit
izens. At points on the line he was
heartily cheered by the troops..
Long accustomed as Confederate
eyes haie been to the once all perva
ding grey, We do, not believe that the
sudden substitution of blue as the pre•
veiling colorls distasteful' to many of
our citizens,lhouszads of whom lobk
ed on the military spectacle of Satur
day not as the. display of prowess on
the part of a triumphant foe, but as an
exhibition of military genius and re
sources of the Unitod States, which all
can.again contemplate with pride.
`,None of the colored troops appeared
on review, but a separate display of
them will peobably take place before
One feature, of the display was evi :
dent to every observer, and that Was
tho su l pe'rior drill, morale and • disci-
Pne — nniiiifelted` ty`th non"tri — tterr
marching and soldierly bearing; the
perfect eopdition of their dress and
equipments, finished to .11. dazzling
brightness, the batteries drawn by well
trained horses; fat
esparispned, all in striking contrast to
what: the citizens have been, accus
tomed for the four years'during which
Richmsnd was held by , the Confeder
INACTIVITY.- - If it; Stearn: 'engine, is
stopPect suddenly and left unusedfor
a long period, the- piston runs fast in
the CYlinder, -the "tuickingeoirodes -the
rods, and dust thickly covers every
,Won the human frame le-innetive
and torpid for a length of time the
maseles relax, > the nerve's IoSO their
tono, the' organs refuse to perform their
functione,'and the Whole of the great
machine—the human frame—is disor
ganized. . • -
Day in, and-"day out, men sit poring
over ledgers and day-books until they
are addle-headed; and the figures swim
beloro ! their,cyes; ,When the . evening
comes; and' -business hours are over,
instead, of -taking a'walk so As to'send•
the' blood danciegand tingling to the
reinotestpart of thoir,framo., they pop
into some ear and drowsily roll to their
doors. A 'very great portion of the
minor ailmentS flesh is heir to is ead.s
ed by laziness. .
Awafilictod individual goes to a doc
tor; "something - is-wrong nside," but
he 'does not lknoW - exactly .
TheretwOn, thp - phYSician looks grave
and. says, "Ah.! Dyspepsia; "and forth
with orders -tonics. drastic purges; and
. what not, when all the lazy man wants
is 4 two milO tramp in tiro countrY, or
a good old. fashioned jouncing on a
hard trotting horse.. ,
A, certain eastern potentate; feeling
himself abut of sorts" on one °cession,
sent Tor his physician and demanded
a cure. •
"Take this rnace,"eaid the physician,
"mount a horse and swing the instrn•
Mont back and forth; ridind mean
while at full gallop,: Certain drugs
conee i aled in the handle will then ex
bade; , your excellency will absorb
them and bo ' cured." And ho was;
says the legend; the shrewd Man *.cif
medicine knew fullWoll that all the
king required Was, fresh air and exer
cise, and ho took this method of pre
It is bettor to wear out than rust
out, and shoo, leather is far legs costly
than medical advice.
Stretching the logs relieves the ten-
Sion on the purse strings, and' the best
as well as' the cheapest medicine, for
dullness, holid aches, blue devils, stu
pidity, hypnehondria, ill temper, ppd
total . depravity, it . 4 IpsOi air apil su'
light Those are 'sovereign rcrecKlies,
but because they . are easily ohtained,
do nqt taSto bad, and cost nothing,
few use. them.- 7 -Scientific 4merican. •
girEvaey man an tam() §hrew
bathe, that ht.th har.
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Noetarviation By tho' i"residerit.
Continued Rlockacle of the Captured
Rebel Ports.—The Importation of.
Foreign and Contraband Goods Di
rectly Foi.bitiiikn.:—The' Exportation
of Jeff Davis & Co. Indirectly
WitEnrAs, 13Y my proclamation of the
19th and 27th days of April, 1861, the
ports of the United States orVirginia,
.North Carolina, South• Carolina, Geor
gia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiaria•and TeXas - Wifro declared To
be subject to blockade, but whereas
the said blockade has ; in, conseq,uence
of actual military occupation by this
Government, sine° then been condi
tionally set aside or released in re
spect to thO ports,of Norfolk and Ale
andra, in the State of Virginia, Beau
fort in' the State' ofNorth Carolina,
Port Royal in State ,
Pensacola and Fernandina in the
State of Florida, and New Orleans in
the State of Louisiana;• Anti' Whereas,
By the 4th section of the net of Cong
ress, approved on the 13th - of. JulY,
1861; entitled 6 An act:further to pro
vide-for. the collection of duties on in-I
ports, and for other . purposes," the
President, for the reasons therein set
forth, is'anthorized to Close certain
ports of entry'.
,Now, therefore, be it known that
Abraham Lindoln, President of the
United States, do hereby - declare that
theports of Richmond; Rappahannock,
Chiirry stone, Yorktown and Peters
burg, Virginia; of Camden,
both 'City, Edenton, Plymouth, Wash
ington, Newborn, Ocracoke, and Wil
mington, in North Carolina; of
Charleston, Georgetown and 'Beaufort,
in South Carolina; of Savannah, St.
Mary'4, Branswick,,And Darien,
Georgik of Mohile, in Alabama; of
Pearl river, Shielclsboro. Natchez',
and Vicksburg, in Mississippi; of St.
Angustine, Key West,' • St: Marks,
Port` Leon: •St. Johns, jaelcSonvilie,
and Apalaohiepla, in,Florida; of, Teche
and Franklin, in Louisia ha; of Galves
ton,- La' Sttlie, ‘Brazos do Santiago,
Point Isabel, and B r roWneFille,in Tex
as are hereby closed, and aID-rights of
importing,:warehousing, and other
inivilegcs shall in respect to the ports
aforesaid, cease until the) , shall again
have ,been :opened -by order of the
Prcsi4ent; and if while said ports aro
closed any ship or vessel from beyond
the United States, or having on- bdard
any articles 'subject' to duties, shall
attempt to entei sueh port, the same,
together with its tackle,apparel, furni
ture, and cargo; 'shall be forfeited to
the. United States.
In witness .wlierefore I have here
s,.] unto set my hand and caused
the seal of the United States to be
affixed. • -
Done at ; the city of Washington
this 11th daY of'April, in the year - of
our Lord 1865,. and: of the. indepond
once of the United States of America
the . ..
WAk. 11. SEwAßo r Seorotary of Stato
BUTTER.—Why is it, my son, that
when .yon drop your bread, and butter,
it is always the buttered side down 7"
"I don't knots. 'lt hadn't °lighter,
had it. 'The strongest side ought to.be
uppermost, hadn't it ma ? and this
yore is the strongest butter I ever
“Hush up ; it's soma of-your ntint'k3
"Did she churn it? The great lazy
thing !" .
"What your aunt ?"
"No; this yens buttor 'make
that poor old woman Churn it, when
it's strong enough to, churn Itself!"
"Be still, Ziba ! It only wants work
ing•over." • '
"Well, me m,, iCl's you, When I did
it,'l put in lots o'.molasses I".
"You good ,fornothing I I've ate. 'a
groat deal worse in the most si•isto'
oratie Yew York• boardinghouses"
"Well, people of rank ought to eat it."
"Why, people of rook!"
"Cause it's rank butter."
"You 'varmint • you ! What makes
you talk so smart ?"
"The butter's tsken'the skin off, my:
tongue, mother l" • ~ •
"Ziba don't lie can't _throw away
the butter.' Tt don't signify"
"T tell you; what I'd do with i,t, marm.
I'd keep . it to draw blisters. You ought
to see the flies keel,' over, tuid'die, as
soon us they touch it yl
don't 0.. - A,ggerrite ; I.ut here
is 35 tents go to the:store and buy a
to knoW-N l viiy women had ; their, heads
covered . ehurcla,* and :the . men `ar , O`
uncovered.?lle ( 'Was politely intlied
to read tho 11th chapter Of 'lst 'Corin:
thians, as an answer to his inquiry'.
TEnnts, $2,00 a :year in advkiicel‘
Jeff DaviaWaledictory Proclamation.
[The felloWing proclamation gotten
off by a'New York chilly is intendeas
aburlesque on the notorious J . cfferiOn
Davis, once the unenviable ru)er.pf
the so-called confederacY;but now the
'Still More unenviabldlugitive, seeking
some dark and secluded spot ;where
he May . pine, and - oP . ine'di'd. his deeds
of iniquity until death finishei his ca.
Whereas, .Inthe course of inhuman
Yankee eventi, the capital" One bon
federato Statei of America no longer
affords an agibi‘..ana healthy resi
dence for the meinbers of the present
Cabinet, not to speak of the chief Ma
gistrate himself, tlie Vico - ,President,
and the men - ibex:B of the two congres
sional bodies, I. do therefore by. virtue
of the power Tested in; mytwo liZtels,
,proclaim to: travel instanter,.in compa
ny with all the : officers, of 'the Donfede
rate States Government; and to.take
up such agreeable quarters as may yet
be Grant-ed unto me. • ..
To such, persons as are. in arras
against the Confederate States of Am
mien, do hereb,y, tender absolute am
nesty, cip,cendition that they forthwith
desist from annoyijig our patriolie
population. . • • -
Under, .the circutastances,', slavery
had.hptter. be. abolished ; : -The capital
of this Confederacy will henceforward
be found "up a ,stump" , on the. _pieta
resquehanks of the celebrated "Last
Ditch."- ~ • - • ,
To tit, foreign-subscribers- of -, the
Confederate. Loan I return sincere
. . '
Major General Grant, U.
please see, that they:get their: cotton.'
All persons haying •claims against
this government; will please present
them to .A ,Lineoln -.Richmond, by'
whom all such, acconnts.will , be most.
cheerfully audited, • •
It is . not altogether.improbahle that
the glorious experiment of a -slavehol
der's confederacy, .tnay. 7 yet prove. a
44 3 icin and
. a snare., I have often
thought'so;so has Oenertti Lee; who
has latterly, been, fighting mostly `for
his iast , Ye.ar's salary. :
Thc confederate treasurybeing light
i think I will take therinoney in•
valise. ;; .General 'Lee thinks there is a
good, opening tar us; and that Y7e have
seen the last of this fratricidal war.' I
hope so. 'Stophetislhinks peace more
If the United States 'persists in re
fusing,to recognize the: confedeiticy,
on my,rettirn.l.will again urge the ar
ming of the negrocs.•
Office seekers arerrespocifullsrsolici"-
tcd to,ccaBe theirimportuffings: •
.Fellow citizens, farewell. '
: .J DAVIS,
President Confederate States A.merice,
Done at Richniond, April 1, 11365.
FARMING- ME AiITkAOTIVE,
..The following are some of the
setaps and shieds drmirn various
the of a Par:
mere' Club: ' •
• 1., By -leis - hard work.. Farmers
iifteh undertake inor'e ihanthoy can
do well, .and consequentlY work too
early and_toO late...,
2 By more systen. Tbe farmerS
should hitve a'tin4tO . begin arid,stoP
labor, 'TheYOul&PUt more Mind
and machinery into theli.. work.
They should theorizp as well as, .prac
tice; and let bbtli go toketter Farm
ing ipll . oltliy; moral and respeetalile; .
n the'lorig run It . may be profitable.
The :farmer" tihbUld keep good, stock
and out of debt. 'The farm is the
best place to begin * and end life, and
hence so many in the-cities and.pro
fessionai ebvei, a rind Borne. -
,taking care of health. ,Far
mars have a healthy .variety of exer
cise, but too often neglect cleanliness,
omit bathing, eat Irregularly and
hurriedly,sleop iiVilliVeritillated apart
ments, arid'o?Eporie iheni s seivos to cold.
Ninettonflis of tbchuinan diseases a
riso from colds or intemperance.. Free. (pientbathing . ,isprofltable; so lakes&
air, deliberatiow; at ; .the dinner., table,
and.rest after' nicabirr , ' , o'
4. By adorning tlin . :Vome. Nott
ing is lost by a pleasant home. Books,
Papers, pictures„.mysie And ,reading
should all be brought totem', neon the
indoor family - datiiirtainmOnt; and
neatness; coMfort r ,Lordo; shrubbery,
flowers and fruit shoirlit,h4rmiiniieAll,
without. Rome should ,ho a sanctua
ry so ,happy and holy that children
will love it, women delightln'it,
hood crave it, and 'old' 'age' enjey.iE
Thor° Would be less. ciesertioni old
I.; It ; ; • I; -•
home4eads if 'pain's mere' taken to
make them more agreeable.
, • - -
order, liOlf,ll'aqd headyare - eciinpat
ble NilitiChirie life and woro ordained
to go with it,
te - .Emorsoa says :"-Lift) is a train
of moods, like a strfi.g of beads."
TAM - G-13033:
An 3 PRINTENaItiBRICE.
I . " !4LOBRItiOn 7,6iTt55.0 . T
,upst conipleto' of any In the, notoitryisod rat
ecesee,tho most.prnplptitcpitifis,fy_r_ TNPP/LT e;e r 72
.010 beirg e 4 'hely vailayfil job..V.OIM tr„- - .. vrtr.
a 'BILL HEADS
.- -,k;.tiAtPX:WEETS i
lai3E -- 0,, &O:,. &t
-ali AND *amp. ai;,..,Sf9r.'?i., my
AT LEIVIS ;'IIOO K,TATIONEnt - ii. - )susic STORE'
4. . •
:1.1) 99 81 : 11 n4 ° " 12 V! 11 , 1 rIT
="=:-:Constrmptive - perstitiriliazfiffififfirof
etrenithlWinat file,SEi iiariecif
They' die 'in almost.,~over. inetunce;
• king•Kefore, the JUngs„tiro
,so.far. , tp.h.e,Aucapahle nf :spstaining•
life. Numerous cases aro given Where
4P.190.t" sVtoi,l Dalt° ONO
fourth of the whole: i They wore there,
The majority 01E6 7 ,parsons -wile; die
e`f t .t‘t; • fl 5 I
of eeiishmp.tion; perish. tiotore.,,a. third
Of 'o6'lolo hays ; coiotimed: aNyay • al
coiieequedeo cif , Jodee .how Itorpi,d
indigestion, night sweats„..wapt
of sleep, clOggin°. up :of the. lungeavith
matter apilinticous • by the, idaily ntle
of ifrois baleaol tcuaips or pik
er- deetrqetivp ,
.agents.. .6-TAese ; syrpp
tPAl! PeP 4 ;:.•l ) 4t4
to et ,3
If the symptoms.
according: tp_ . .getierfajyip,piptee,,4434
pur.geit,.,,jpttiegi t con
•-'34PTI7-zl3--• portion of 919,14igRgiteia,lpqp,
it Wotild_sometimes eure.itsolf , or- ,at
allow Alto patient to, liie-ha left-
Ona! 3 4r ffirplit.; 1 1 ,4nlhoki#'
• The reader, may. almost hPagi no.
that ike,,has elm?, ,to,thp, mire of,son,-
sumption,.if kecoN4l - .l4t,giye,the..,p4 - -
?:kPtI44I 3 .h9FPP.-
eight' or ten grains. 'W,iti;`!"the
mouthful of each peal spAtp 'to; 4p, -
be till "co'ci ii:rith - thelOO4
with it' kite Die oo • roar twenty.to
'thirty grairiS ; • beingd ai ly,
`posed that as'osrgen was acoes.ituogt
e, Man )vith.lif9,pnd
animation, nothing Jiras Reeded ; hui,
fake 'erian „gi•li OXskee 'the
was prepared and admipliterpd,, The.
- reCii4eni.,,reVived El was„.trartfkisiefi,
ittcSitlet, as, n`p
for joy, enif-;-ctied, fenghlog, ~ o r,l f Nom
and pureo.y.ygeii, basirieveTbeen ta
ken for health since. - .
it - perhaps, always c. .
With tiftifibiiifr-fetifedie,' ifs4"gaimp7 t
thitoifitetetS , ';' "The.' 4 . 40.
of • li rno; , ' 0.•
pose . 61141i'iiatiy
froio the '..dlW3ilEloli,
only- efficient moans of
obtaining the - requfei
tern in such a manner a to ola, ilia
. a!grat Majority:Of Otifiks Of totisuniptioN
*hob' atteMpti4"lii lie: . ea "Ai
butt-for tliii"eetifirm , - ed
decay away, it 'erikoi* Ccikii.(g4p4l s
ess ti el'
.TIIR FIRST YERSP. , IN THE
This simple - selitenee•
ism- 4or it aissurnee ; the `GOk i.
eternal principles; the' - miiihOiratiil l
the other evih•for'it''etifesseitlicoad'
eternal Breittor Illeiiiefi. r ' . l,tafoicar:' l
ism, for it asserts' the creation. Of inat:'
ter. It denied Pantheiihk .
mimes' the existthieb OUGO - d‘ helm:6 - 411"
things;randiapart from'iliiiiiolf 4?
dom of eternal •' Reing "alsiiiair
tile:existence 'of kitid, Tor ills 1:18
in-the begirinini creates'.
, •Eternlty," • fbr'i Id' is i liefbi'o"a~f i
9ziriti, , 'l and- ng-inothing:-.dOifictifteriT
have been: IMPliea .l lfre
`froodonf, for ' he •beit,iiid."a'-ililid l CinNe' li
of • actiow: qiifiniVe l .
misilOtn;,for ari order' of Mina A'a i hiat)"
ter:can only coins frdniva bCfniiiralit' r ;
solute intollikonee. implies
CC 12 tiabgoadnessl fel; tlie'jlibliicitAkirnat'"
.almightb,; - all.wiso,' , "and' all-imfdelone t,
13eingaids 'no rettoffi
no'_capabity -fa; evil; .
to bo boyond all trnits liiilfk4t.iia v
Ping-4. - 4 46 f. 1 "-u!AnY •
Tut iiidioarfoo of the
ilefendiirs 6f SIS,YdrY'
taste for voloaoielaid must'Fia4;l4Seeii"
fully satisfiod : bytha dist of-thiS
ikif4r Rears; unloss;=fricod,'
appetite has grown by what it fed on."
To err, is human; `to forgive ; divino