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n W. MOORE. I Editors
q B- COODLANDEH. j
,ijL XXXII. WIIOl.ll NO IfiTfi.
rRiNfinrs. not men.
ci.K.MiriKi.n, vi:i)MNiY, ocr.
NKVsr.KI!.s.-Oli. II. in I
i fTlii- f"!l'iiig linen re handed us by the
,;f,.ol vol.ii,t".-r ollieer, now in rorvico in frnnt
Cl,o enemy on I'm l oioun.e, v
wlio f l''11'-1' I
I , m number i pnper. .. ..... ... ,j
n nou-e 'i.'ser-i
j v lis rebel owner, il nai u runinii .
ic:iiii;.r : weelm-sn.
M.11 N(tl'. I
HV MISS K. lUIAI'iai.
l,r woman k lovo una uer emu..
Th,.y tTllo-r lifo' "",,il0 f
v nr. they f'-""" " 'b'cs
Tii look so b.-niit Iful inEvenio skin.
. . It- I. ...till"
$ rr (lie hold gh"7 of l""t'l')'J 1"'31
Si 'h not--
i, .irsi'i'in" glitter foreyerlnst
In ,KniVs dim shades that steal ho darhly on,
jjiio Mnek ec-li pso upon tlio midday sun.
, sight, and oompH-st, su-l tli o tyrant's pride,
ooiik-s omnipotent as dotli tlu ti.lo,
?il't, fierce, uyo, t.Triblo Ijiit soon 'tis seen
Kl.lmitf Hwny, s though H "'"1 ul lj0t'u
For the lvo J dead, und or.? the memory,
J7..y never cast a lingering thought on theo ,
Away.Bwny, through shadowy realms they go,
Font'dting"" things tl'"t were dour below.
Pur years gone ly, uud ull Ihe sweet tlioy bro't,
The morry bourd of c1iilJlioo.1V sunny sport,
fry, ronli tbey not ouo pasning joy impurt
To ago, J sii;kiie!, aud the witheroJ boart ?
For ye::" to come unJ bliss thoy may beftow,
Tu-cliy tli.V g'-'My Vienrt bents tiij;b, yc( oil,
Perchiinfo, it wwl.l rppnl tliino eyo to spo,
What in to-xioirow is rcfcrvuJ (or then.
"Is Tli re One that lra,s lor Me ?
Wn Ibc fun in f liininj; brightly,
When the moon, o'er hind nuJ eea,
1 isi. bright in silver glory.
It there ono that prnys for rue?
Wieh the pnrth is re'tina calmly, .
PMi.nth tlic of niu'ht,
1.. ilinre one tlmt prays for me
Unealh her slur's pure light 7
Vliouioy in every feiiture gWw.
ttjic one li iirt Ih. n beat ghi.l ?
Or lan oiMl.w umkei the tear.lrop come.
Is tliore one that then is sail?
there ne naiohg the many
Ijlist everj (lay 1 sec
V!io bows tiefore my fnlhe'S throne,
AuJ truly prnys lor mo ?
It there one tlmt loves nie well enough
To pr.iy I may be given.
When .lark tenitaiion gathers round,
i-lrength, to rosi.-t. from Heaven ?
My Father, bless all that I lovo ;
Hies, too, th.ee that love me
IJul oh ! thy rieheft blessing sen.i
On nil that trui'ly pray for me.
TRAVEL WITUiH THE LINES.
We kave been requested to state that in
consequence of the abuses which x I i.jiut ilu. ymu& f(.l0lvs, mii- uf far
t rept into the system or issuing passes, I UK.M ol tlie vici"nity . uluj tie Philudel
itlie commanding general of this depart- j ,n q l)pon c.illc,,
ment has determined to be more rigid ",tbelri;h u,.., u4 jovial, five hearted
the issuing of permits, and has issued ,n- otlvUoK4 u8 wo coM exjiect t0 fllll.
structions to the Ren'ir.els to be more par- . , f (ur .il.. vil, i(iro se;.nll.j
ticulnt in the oxatninntion of permits pre
sented by "travelers. Tho general has al
so been compelled to refuso any passes to
those who wish to cro.-n tho river fn er
rands of curiosity or friendship. Idlers t.nd
curious lookers rn have no business among
these camps mid tli y are not wanted,
! Every visitor to Washington, especially if
n sinidl politician, considers himself enti
tled to a special permit from tien. Me
C'iellan, g.ving him the largest possible
"Jiberty, ami expects an aid to be detailed
to accompany him in his travels. Those
Ipplicaiions. are a sourer of annoyance to
the general, and under no condition will
they be complied with.
l'ho general ia also compelled to deny
asses to those who camo from hotuo tor
the nurnose of visiting friends or relati in"
In cami.. This limy be clisigreeiible, but
Mill it is a very r.ecessaiy duty. The ! o crowd around us, Hope cunts its ruys
number of men in Virginia is so greaX that upon the mind, and enables it to avoid
Miy attempt to gratify the wishes of those j the rocks of Despair ; it gathers over the
ir'io would wish to see then) on an orran 1 j heart 11 casing of steel to guard il iigiin.-t
-of lov or friendshiis would lead to an ut-. tho corroding influence of lime, and the
ter demoraliwition o( tho camps, und give J soul, being guarded with its prolectivo
continual opportunities for (ho visits of power, g'e.' firward in the path 'hat
fpiesand traitors, As tlie rule now lands, j lights up bofore it, What beautiful lanJ
no ono will bo permitted to cross the riv- scopes does il paint i:: the distaneo ! It'sa
et but tho regular correspondents of loy- 'jewel planed in the soul, it into prisms
(d tiewspnpers. civilians having urge nt that its light may be reflected 011 all oh-bn-incss
with tho army, nnd messengers jects that surround it, circling the brow
from the military of executive depart- with smiles, bright and beautilul, wreath
meats. Shjttlers, quurtei master, wagon ing tho form with beauty.
u Wis, mail messengers, and other per- 1 What would wo ho without Hope? A
tot.corniocled with a regiment or brijjude.j die iry waste, like nshin without an an
rill ha allowed to travel on a permit from ihor.drifiing before the wind,
general commanding a briagde or divis-j Fee t. I f vo u have celd feet, im-
i ftLfWhil the Domorrary rally around j
o flag but that of tho Union, they wilF
lever cease to fight Jor freedom of speech, I
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jerao.11 01 religion, rree,tom 01 u,e rr,
reedom of the person under th. protoo-
ion of the halieta corpus, and trial bv iu
Ws impartial flertbd. JVr.fo Times.
LETTER FROM CAMP CROSSMAN'.
CiMr Cii.x-M , . t. 1 I, Im'I.
.1. ir.v. .1...' om:- 'rlliii' Dotnn cf our
Cli-urlii'lil Ii i.'ii.U w.uil'l liUolo Ii jnr sotnu-
thin;: ii'.iout t'ltinji Viwjihhii, nortr 1 1 im-
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clijoving Iiii'IiislImm l.y t'.ii liino. l'iiinj,i
t'ros'.iiiuM ii nitunte.1 about tlin-o miles
Olil liit- t u ii of 1 1 hi inu'lou, nii'l is it
very lii'iml il'ul locution, nn.l in tin initial
of a i icli uiul iv'll rultiviitcil uii t ol' tlif
vnnnii v, It tx n .limit two miliM fioia tlic
Warm SH in wliicli is a great place of
MilliiNier lOiol t lilul ailliiseinciil, um well lis
t'aiii. Clojsiiiaii, which is vimU.I 1 y a great
lilllliliel' ladies nil' elitleinen I:Ot only
lio:r. tM. I'lace tut elseH lieie and their
pl'cscMico aluayi chews the soldier inl
makes his coii ii iciiaiice much hi i'.ilei',
(."ieeiallv when th.i ladies inalii their
li'peAiiiliee,l We arrived here nliout l'J
o'clock, Iteinir t xi'osed ironi alioul I'ivp in
inoi iiiii to a drenching rain, 1 in. al'lcr we
ui rived '.vo were escorted ;o tho court
houso hy Col. Wutray, h hei u ive lound the
j same w ell heated liy his older. Alter
I ch.'iiiin;j our wet giiriiiciite lor uiuio cnin
! foitahlu oiks, we were lulion to tiiu liolel
Innd there 'arlo.d; of the tel. c.shir.ents
w hich ve wore nil in ti uoh need of. We
' ouarteiL'd in the court hutise iintil Wed-
nessday, when we got orders to much to
Cimin, and a the star nn.l t-tr: j.o.s walled
in the Ijreezo you could hear the loud ae
clntnation, "lo;ig may it Aave -moos to
tho brave Clearfield boys." Vhei. we ar
rived at ('aniji CrosKinan we found some
nunc-hundred of our neighbors of lllair,
Ilutilingi'.!), Cicavlield mid other adjoin
ing foitiitiep; and from three to four luin-
dl-en rhilailclj hialll.
Jur boys went iit one:.' into the country
c.mio, lu'ing iart ol'C'l. Murriy'n rfgi
ment and a ih lie suspieioiii of tho- Fhila
dtlj hiiins, w ho had ac'iuired the name; of
the Ir;Vh r.iigade, hut after id! a. j-rc-tty
decent set of fellows if tiny lfl o.iie from
the city. When we got tocainn our lust
work, of course, w as to yU are our quar
ters lor sleeping. We were at onre fur
nished by Col. Murray's orders, through
the Quartoi master of the lSrigiu'e, J. C
Mitchell, w ith tf.nts nnd all necessary
clothing, blankets pans, jihiten, camp
eipuiiiag.', ir. Khort, of all sorts, and slept
'.he liifct night in the tented Held as com
fort able as circumstances would permit.--thl
the day fifte, we begin to look around
and make s'nnc aC'y.iaintanccs with the
others of the lh-ig.ide cnc.iinpod ab-ml us,
with w hom ne expect to spend our next
three years as companions and friends.
V.'e fuund the regiment, or rather compa
nies ih. re was not one lull regiment
thoueh men enough to make the great-
1 a,.v"0r tWo. comnosed in the main of
a new element at work. Discipline win
tightened up on all Miles, and the compa
nies nid parts of regiments, found that
soldiering was nut nil play. Col. Murray
hi'.d taken cmnmand of the post and nl
once commenced reform, no les for the
I encfit of the service and the people about
the town than the soldiers themselves.
Order wnsatoiioe restored the pasg
sylem wn put in strict foiee aed a pa
trol detailed to town to see thai order
was observed, and everybody in town
c imp and country lias cause lo rejoice 11;
tho selection made l.y Gen. lames of Col.
Murray for comirimder of the post.
IIoce. - What a bi ight organ is Hope
As tho gloom of disappointment appears
merse them nioriiinc auJ evenina in cold
water, rub them with a rough towel, nnd j
run ubout your room till they warm. In!
one month you will bo entirely relieved, j
111 il,n. n A 1 , . 1 !
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cations are iiKe rum 0 me siomaeu-re.
lieve tou to-day, but leave yu colder to -
A Frightful Scene. i
The I.oini..n p.ij eis contain nccuiits of
nil exhibition at Crc.noriie, .n Monday
evening ti e 1'Jlh ultimo. A lel.li.le 1 'i".l-
din had been cngiu'cd to ,-r.Hi the Thitne it f,r of the Fayette I'ountv Ji w...t. on.dit
on i tight ldjie from Ihe garden. 1 1 ..t t,, be bun;', iind ihi reiiium ho recoiii
said tliat t lio ai.'l mil span of theiivetat neli'ls that t he (real ment be adopt. "t in
this point is two thousand feel wide, w hile (),a J,--,;tt' ease ; upon which Ihe ciil
Ihrt height of the rope from the water v.i- 1 j, jt remarks as follow-:
lied IVom fifty lo one hundred feet. Im- " ' To i;f oil Nor lo l:i.' Ill :m;. The ( I'-,
inenso crowds hud collected lo w it ness the rocoinmeiidh l'oiming a Vigilance
feat, nnd theartisle when she made her C'ommiltce to hail'' traitors, mid stignia-
nppear inco was greeted with loud bur.-ts
ofnpplnu.se. Trvo thuds of the disliuicu
had been accomplished with iippnrer.t1
ease and certainty, when the perrVincr
sto'ied to rest on one of the main sup
ports of the rope. She remained so lung
that apprehensions of a e". tr ,V it.i began
to spitad. Nor were they grouii-H.'ss, lei
attempts were made by attendants on
shore and in boats to tighten the remain
ing six or seven hundred feet of rope.
For a very great part ol this formidable,
way, no gtiy-roiA's were to be seen. There
were report! of tho ropes having been cut
in the course of the preceding night for
the sii!;ts of the weight by which the main
cord was or feho-ild have been made steady.
On the other hand, it wis alleged thai
these weights or guys had never been put
Al'lcr sitting a wearUomo length of time
on the furrow ledge on the summit of the
limber support, the performer essayed t
advance. She very soon found the task
too dangerous, and backed to hir awk
ward resting place. The lime from her
liiot an kal nt this point lo her finally
quitting it was full thi.-e quarters of 4:1
hour. A:ain the female Iliondin set forth,
and at this time, made b ) much ;egre;,
that w hen she hesitated for the second
time it had become nearly impossible for
her to recede. Tliis she nevertheless at-
tempted -0 do under the greatest .liilicuM
The rope swayed like a garden j
swing, ".lies were raised tor ii line, nni
when one was brought otloi Is were made
to throw it ovci the cord on w hich the
poor creature endeavored to maintain her
The excitement became general and
soon grew into alarm. For a w hile many
pacified their fenrs with a half suspicien
that the danger was only acted, but its
reality soon became uppareni. Twilight
was deepening, and in a little lime she
wjuld be unable t see the rope. Having
stood for ten minutes or longer, undecided
whether to attempt a retreat or sin ad
vance, the female I'loiolin sat down oa
the rope, nnd balanced her pole a.-toss her
knees. Renew rd iflorts were may to
throw coals over the main ropes, but with
out success. At lentil an out cry was made
that she was going to fall. At that lime
die relinquished her pole, which came
.-plashing, down among the boats below. I
In another she was clinging by her hand-,
now to Ihe ''tight" rope, now M a couple ;
of weights, mid now to the cords by which j
a part of the rope was held in pcrfest
i....,Oi.o-i; 1 i. i'o r: '" (iisi)ia eti i-v nei
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nt ,l,i lim.i u:is linlv admiral'le. De -
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fending ny me grasp 01 ;l lll;ee ...........
inch cord, or nierewhale line, 111 f.i' t.tin
daring imitator of the "Ileroof Niagaia'
afrty a boat that had '-""
row ed to her rescue. '11 re idling th
boat she was loudly cheered, and received
,,,!., an ovation on her return .0 u.e gai-1
dens, wlane she lamented with tears herl
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not luiving eompieici a u.-k "- ""'"
felt perfectly ceir.pftcut to perrorm- Iter
Imnds, it is stated, were sevcely cut by
the line which had iiilordcd her the means
The GueatesT W 1:1.1. Yr.i. The o-iitor t;re, the Great Eastern, that any rational
of the Mercer fcym ii givoi a descrip-j American w ill run the l i-k. To d j so
lion of an extraordinary vein ooil t ipped would look like templing Providence,
the other day on the McElhany farm, at a j T,R,Ncu. Vork papers publish appeals
depth of four hundred and sixty feel. He : Q he di n . suititil)g cio!ilias illui
says : A watch wi.s held vn hile it ran into s otc. ,v(.,!..i! j,., f(. llie collMoratt. , ,-is-a
tank, holding, by liiea.-ure, one ollt.I:S t;.k n :il Halteras Inlet, and now
drcd and eight barrels, and il lilled the ( 0O, fiu0l on Governor's I shin I.
same nfftjf-x v'uti S .' At a fair csti-; -
.1 - l.i : . ., 1 ... .1 . - ' r' Y File is a fading tint and Ileotimr
mate, taking this as a data, thoso woo 0
, . . 1 1 ... form It isthe l.lneoli a grate, theb!u-h
were working and watching almut it are 101 m- is t
confident that in the firnt Iwenly-four
hours, it ilowed two thousand four htm-
ii, ii-ii.ii 1 i- '
dred barrels of oil! Andwho.i we left;
n K. i.h.v momin-there nnnearod to ! e 1
I..1 la,l.wl;n,;n,.m,t Wtal w ....
iiul unit; ,4iii,,ii,,. ..-ii. .. ...,v 1., .... w iv-
... . .1 r . .1 . ii-i
nfarkable, is tho fact that ibis will lo-
rated not more than twenty rods from
tho Futik well, which has been flowing
some four months, and has yielded an nl-
. . 111 . r. . f .1
most mcreumio quai-my 01 me g.casy
fluid. It would havo been supposed that
I the latter had drained till the oil for a con-
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siderublo distance aroun.t. tmt here u oiu
still more prolific within twenty rod'.
These oil wells are certainly among the
1 -1 il.
R ... hear iga book wuipll nought
1 .,t to. nr hurrv in t. its .son-
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Kicli and Rarr. !
The following is t. ),i g..,). i i be 0. t iiJ
ll.e.-e gravo tiin. 'I he. dii..r I lb"' - ' -
,vvr came to tl. e.,l,e.,-io lint the cd- .
lues us as being traitor. Wo enter our
solemn i'1'ole.-t against, being treated in
inf' unchiisli: n manner. When we 'shul
lle oil Ihis mortal coil,' we don't want a
coil of hemp around our neck. Its very
inconvenient, lo say the least of it. 'Hut
to : .1 in 11 lo our .subject,'
'r would not die in summer time,'
4 No, no! Not when the. (lowers are
blo'trnin;: and btllsting heir ten ler i-lals
lo t'ue sun, and ihe t w eel forest wuihlerL
greet the dawning day with rustic song
and cheering lav, and when the fishes
bite so beautilul, and all nature looks so
gay, and when we have cast a neiv toller,
(by the way, don't the inide of our pa
pei look better this Week than u.-uil'.'j
;iii lju-t ordered a h I of new type run
xoii ! and 'cave all these-and never get
to i ear any mo.c new clothes' bo hung
upon a tree,
'For little boys and girls to jeer at
And the noi-y rabble in the street to
sneer n't !'
''Nary time! Fgypl is a great place for
I Vnn.crats-, but they can't bo raised on
"Tho editor cT the ilscrccr never liked
us; wo have been in his way to some ex-
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j tent : and now b.i v.'.nts to get revenge.
I 'That's w hat's the matter.' lie wants to
, have us killed so be can get to publish the
I tax list ! t'h ! vol) seami) ! vou cannibal '
nilirti( ' ,ktu,f . vcm c,inii,erous
, Vou ou-IH to l,e islisttiie.l ofvour-
The (iiii:.T Masters'. The N. Y. Ti
lias an inteicsting letter fiom one of the
liasseners of the (ireat Fastern from
which wo gather tho following facts
First, the Ureal Eastern was sent to sea,
litterally ''prepared for nothing." Sec
ond, the storm was not a furious one, ami
il is en reeoid tlmt the lVr-ia and anoth
er ocean stcamvr which were exposed to
it readied this country w ithout damage or
delav. Third, the article in th') vo.-sel
fiotn anchors ni-.d oiht. mks n tables and
fjot-s tool-, wete "in,."y urfa-teiiml.
Fourth. the Great Fa-torn rolled f.-ai fully,
even in a model ate ,t
and only two 01 three
cargo. Fifth, the oa i
having i.'j Inl'iJ,
hui.'ired tons of
ies w eio so Wf ak
that they were soon l eale:. to plec s.
Sixth, the bag-age w. s ".-mashed lohiis,''
because it wash'.id down in imeoftiie
eo j) par t incnts, w ithou t being ; eeui cd and
stoi cd, Mid w as da-1.( d fi 111 side lo side
111 a loot ol water, until it was all giound I
up into fi aginents. Seventh : ever 1 1 1 1 1 1 r !
in liie alooiis and diiiiiu'-romiis were at-
1 so reduced to a 11. -.r-.t oi the eli ar
i . .
-.ig.itli : III" sa etv ol tli" v-
1 was -evil
, M, t llV;,
1 ie.tn engineer, and one of the passengers,
! wfco contrived and lilted ut' a stier'n-' aii-
; . ,,,..,; ., U, i,,,, C1K
eiueer endeavored to .n-inive ..11'. l"'.:.
1 (lie 01.,.,iit of
lis skill and readiness,
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two c;uo., of bactur.
1 1 is scarcely
mav ventaic to
hie. whoever dse
that giL'aiitie, fail i-
on the rose, the foam cu tho wave, the
v" iiou., .s.ooi.e
wind, the ai ro:v in tho air.
wl,,u' .. .
r- P. a wise to-dav. 'li- madness to
it . . . ... nn .A
fcM r." -JS ft KlLC Ol'ill
ile. Fools live for tho
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1'ioseiit. wise men ior the luttire. I lie
Vii-ui e li vc to eat, the temperate man
' . t0 ;ive
Pmkktic (oscsiuti m. u by are the
American ladies like our Forts? P.eeause
.orUg sur,ort tho Ameiiean
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r..jri.ien. iuuo .meius .e uij.ju
.m c p,rigadier General, he
iavip removed fiom California toSimdoa,
jn Mexico, to recruit his lulling health.
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ftS -South ( arolma l,a3 been awfully
abu-ed lor not t.eing loyal ; has she not
i- . t,. 111 iin mr t- m T - t I Iin cuniiiiAi 'at t hnn
' V ivnv o, .,, r - When Hook upon tic
,oml,s .r t he ,.,,.. m,,rv inn ef envv
(lies w I'.nin tne; w Ii"ri I rcvl tin. i,it.ipl,s
df'tlie be.iM'.il'ul, verv inorditiate desire
goes out ; w hen I n'H t t he g:ief of pa
rents on a tomb stone, my heart melts
vit h compassion : when I see lb) tombs
of parents 1 hi nlsclves, I consider the van
ity of grieving lor Ibo-o w hom w e must
quickly follow ; when I see kings lying by
the side of those who deposed them, w hen
I see. rival wits plared side by side, or tho
holy men that divided the world by their
contests, 1 rolled with sorrow and nstor. -ishnieiit
on tke little competition?, fac
tions mid debates of mankind; when I
read the dates of tombs of some thai died
but vesterdav, nnd some six hundred
y eirs ago, I co
r that great day when
we shall all be cotem iioraries,
our atipearanee together.
F- j-'A life w i 1 h.iii t theiiiiine influet
upon the SL.nl, is a life of ignorance, and
imbecility. No nnii e.iri cine to himself
xci pt I'V coming totiod. 1 here is many
and manv a Uowcf Uial never wnl LIo.s--
som in our clim.u.) neiMu-e 11 needs moro
o1' tropie d heat tU.iii our climate afl'irds.
It is heat, that brings it to itself. There
is many 11 man that never knows what is
in him because he has not th i heat of the
et.i nal tro'ie which is required to make
him grow, in stein, blossom, and Ituit;
l.eca Use be is withholding himself froM
iod ; l.tecau-e he is sitting in darkness,
being an unbeliever ; and because in shut
ting himself out from God ko tliuts him
out from himself.
t'uf" A nuin that dne not know how In
bad iioe, not know how to bei good.
Men say that when
bad loan becomes
good, he is' apt to be a cry good man. Jt
is so, but beii g bad has not'iing to do , Mcr ihji.
with it. An energetic man is as energet-1 A recent visitor r.t Fort Lafayet o v. nf
ic in goodness as in evil. The niai. that invited to see the legislature ot'Maiylan l
ha- bottom f?rce, a power that penetrates nt dinner. They were seated :ti iiD r.p:'.i'f
evcry j art olhi nature, when lie becomes nxnt at ;i plain pine table. The food v.
good, takes the royally of tlmt forco into I bread without butter, and cofi'co witiiou',
his higltjr nature though before it may j milk. Each man had a tin cup, hut no
only haie been in bis baser nature. other table service The lad; ol tl.c'eei-
t-sj-lvy sorrow and by joy ; by joys j eguneies gteatly annoys the geutbnen at
which are bright colors: by prayer ; by ; the Fo:t.
influenees of the sanctuary ; by your ! The owner of the 1 1-. kct w hich has won
pleasures; by your business ; by reverses;
by successes and by failures: by what
strengtnened yoiif confidence, and by
what broke it down : by the filings tlei!
you mourn over by all those God is wr:
king in you. A nd j 011 are to pe; (ect ,
ling to the thing Ih.d you plan,
but aeeoi'.l o; . to the divine pattern.
f -J' I ini. I'. ai'Oiit youi'se.'. an 1 wliat yo
ivant, what yo like, what ic-pect people ,
ought t.) pay to you. what p-..ple think of.
you, and then to y..u nothing will be pure. '
You will spoil everything you touch, you
will make .-in and m:-ery for youref out
rvlhin.-x whie'i Go 1 -,-ti tl s you. you
i.l tie as v.Tetc.ied as- vou clioo
on e:i- th.
1 r m heaven cither.
! ir-- .Ifgrov.;.;e ., th,, I.Ldiwav of life
1 icli are found blo-sominj into excellence.
j iin 1 1'iirity and love and fidelities, how
j ni'ieli more won! 1 they abound ii: them
(thing- if they w.-re planted in I lie gard-.-n
j of the I. ord, when- their roots would mil
...nt inti divine truth, and where their
du a l w oubl be lifted up in Ihe eonsciaus.
rains and -unligl.t of God's influence?
Ii- ,.The woi Id is full of wise maxims
ironi experience it) u aeii men to
t .1 11. .1- , ...
suong oo.iuy ami in secular aiiait's.
I but when a man a' tempts to get above
: the averae.- of human culture, an
I p hiinolf as a spiritual and moral eroa-
ture, livin: n"t by seine, but by faith,
then he finds the woi ,1 penurious in its
f.y-Do good for thine own satisfaction
and care lo t what follows. Cans,- no
gray hairs to any one; ncvcrth le-, for
the truth, even gray bails are to be .lis.
I'ut v is the little blue skv ov,
cry heai I and soul over every life l.irgf
enough for u star to look between the
clou.!-, and forsky-laik happiness to li-o
. . .
heavenwaid thioiig , ami sing m.
' t-A..M in is bv f .u- the mo.,t complex
t ,; :., ,., f,o ;,' 1 1(, l,,,. l,oi call. .1 t ho
inici uctisin, as if in him, in little, was
soinetliiog of everything in creation.
Uvi.God hears no morn than the heart
speaks : and if ihe heai t b'j duuih. Ieav-
.,, . , , ,
' 1V11' 'erta.nly be deaf. j
tii-It iod never gives faith, but lie
i ring- Hi- eliild into a situiilicn where it
will be tried.
...Life's contradictions are many.
.'''alt water gives fresh fish, and hot words
' IS T'.-it.'l., t l.Int- a lit. re. r,tt r-risivil
, ': lVf ?;V,n .
; .. ln ,VAj,:ncton.
- - - - D
Fear is the ehadoir of hope.
lh r i r f i r fi-
Movfng for a new trial 0111 ling 11 sec
Want, d- a l.f.-l out tl.iil w ill float CM
"sea of troubles."
We pity ihe family that sits down to a
broil three times 11 day.
l'overty humbles pride, A man when
ho is .Oturt, can hardly carry a high head,
j H is miito natural that w hen woman
1 reigns she (should rtorm and the ulwayb
"Why should the mule fex nvoid letter
! A '.' P.ecnusc it miik men -n.
J The government lias contracted withan
( establishment in Trenton, N. J., for tho
! man ul'acUire of seventy thousand musket
The New York Coniiiieri ial status that
(he income of li e Mini ill' ol ilial city will
be i-WAHjO per year fei' Koiue time to
! It appears from the returns niado by
j the otlieeis appointed to take the late cen-
bus, that the population of i'aris amounts
to l.TW.iW souls.
A musket can, by turning screws and
losening spving-i, be eeparatod into foriy
A man occupies in the rank is a front of
20 inches ; a continuous line of tiUj1'"
men therefore is nearly sixteen Uiiks
The following hill was lately presented
to a farmer in Sussex: "To banging twe
barn-dooi-B nnd myself seven hours, lour
shillings and sixpe nce."
An editor, recording tho career of a
I ;uad dog, says : ''We are grieved to s "
tlmt the rabid animal, before it could b.
killed, severely bit Dr. ilaitt, and uw.r
the i'1'i.e c.r lOOjioni'at tie: Amies lottery
in Fi'i'iico is a resident at li.-vrc ; but,
though le; took the precaulion to wiito
d iv, 11 the number, be ha lni.sl.iid the ticks
ct, without tho pioieio.ioii cl which he
can: of, of course, receive the prize.
African s. 'avers h;."c discoverou a new
way of ivacliiiig ''uU u i.'. the.r cargoes.
!', w weeks since six hundicd uo.'roub
j.j ,, Anila Tlal:'!,w:e of. 1.0
p)jll;l,llJlSi Ul0 shiveliip hunted to esc-' 0
anj ,h0 car'o forwarded to Cu
b.i, in two trips by a schooner.
Piiortolho siege of hexinglon, Col.
Mulligan buried Sj7S,WK.i of tho available
funds of the Farmers' Hank of that city,
ar.d Gen. l'rlco exhumed tiie deposit and
returned it to tho bank. On counting
the money, it was found Jlu.uOO short,
and as there was no accounting for tho
lcakago, it was set down to profit and
loss, liut the history of a part of the mis.
sing sum has been discovered in Chicago,
where one of Mulligan's brigade has rc
(urnd Hush with tho spoils of war. In
one day ho hml spent in irolicking,
r.i igadicr Gen. Pierce, late command,
in:: atd'.'u ISelhel, Va., is now serving as
a private'soldi. r in Col. Fletcher Web
ster's legimeiit: thus giving the strongest
evi l, nee of his devotion to his country.
Can't Pass Ov1.1t the River. Civilians
are not permitted lo pass into Virginia.ex"
cept in Ihe most urgent cases. No parent
orielativeol sol.licrs in tho army '-houl I
co.r.e to Wa.-hington with tho expectation
'cfu'essing over to visit their friends as
1 110 passes to visit relatives or to giatify
1 urio-ity ate now granted. This ai rango
, ment, though stringent, is absolutely no
' icssary, and is npprovelny every Intelli
gent man in the community.
il' f ! ,.. ,. i r, I lllini. Ill
ab l Evra.-e.. v....v
write or a'.tend to their ordinary luisi-
" "u or . ,1 1 1
ness. They stroll up and down llie streets
thev saunter out upon the public placo.
We confesseil to au illustrious author that
I wo laid down tho voluiuo of his work
which we were reading wlien toe w
broke out. It -va as interesting m a ro
mal'.ee, but the romanco of the p.w-t grew
jtnle. 1 eforc tho red light of tho teiriblo
present. Meeting the same author not
loiiL' ufierward, ho confessed thivt he had
laid down his pen at the same tiiuo that
we had dosed his book. He could not
write shout the sixteenth century any
mftM than we could r-ad about it, while
; ,.A was in ihe verv agouv and
iiv iiii'--- v - 1
; fc!v)o Jv sweat of iU groat sacrifice.