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XXXIII. WHO!. I'. .0
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Illlkl'S to live, ll!l'.i is (If.
tin' hi" f.C ii Cni'Mi.iii
tlio I'oiimiii t oi ;iii hour. i
J'Jurly r.'Ji-nii l.-iyn th.' Iimiii lntion i
(A luippiinws lii.tli in tiiiu' anil cti'l'in
ly. ' Tow Imys :i;'.' liorn with t:il.'iits
that rxt'fl ; hut nil wv (.'jipahh' of hv-
I'irty is not oi.Iy thr hest safi'iiunl
otyciltlii, but brightest oi'ini-
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w in : but t li o H.iv iii ivhi.-li tl . fiiiino is
wii'ii .'li t not niikM in ii'l. lVli, iin r u
in. in l.i'.'iiis ii t.'li: i;im (. (jbs,"ircly or
ll'l:.'lllK'. I TV I .vlf IT I'i'I't uii I, I. nl.-
tin- woi k is if.illy miiiiII hi Mist. It is if !-
i.tivcly hiii'ilcn, nml U nni.-l y,o through
J nil till' 8tll;.'.s oi Jl'VolojlCIIH'lll llllcl iJI'olVt ll.
Ail ''oincrsiiiiiH af
in. nt : ii.iiii, !y, tlmt
lii;.;:, an, I lii.it a (.'
M'i' in ;i si'iMinI clo
I lify arc luK l.i'L'iu
i' itian lite is oiif of
lt',vi't!oi's or WtsimM. It is :i profit
(l our nat"rnl l i.i - lo evil, that is Mow
er and harkT tlmii loss in all thii;::
'uo'l; hut, in ui! Miinas 1 ri 1 . L'ettin-; a
piieker atnl easivr than jH'ttiiur ri'l oi'.
V( rl.iiy iiapi iiii.'Ssa ohiirrini:
l'iN'- di:i iiioii'.l, phuvd upon the tup ot
nfiiiiooth M'''a-eil pole, wliie'n :.ll try
to eliinh ami secure.
Thev who ilisl elievo in virtue, be
cause .nan ban liewr been loiiinl per
t'eet, illicit as reasonable deny tlu
;m, hiT.i'.iso it i-t not always noon.
Toil and trial are rini schoolman
t. .; hui a tl t i si: oChojie can make
tlr in ! nutilii!, e'.en ;i :i sunbeam
riif l'" 1" ni'iiiiii 'in tori'St.
Y' .i may j.i !tce i" My well rn to a
w r . .i':-' eri-i, v.ies by observing
i.t 'he t .Hi !( Inns liiost tlerelv in
A r l:kt oii' IVii-nd wiil be sin
j.ri '' io tied vh::t u villain you are
even !ii lor est in. .r ion.
Comnion setiivj is . ry r.neoinuioii,
though e.v.h man thinh i he Ims en
ough o it.
'I'll i: I'iiison ok Tiir. Arun:n The
remedy tor the bite of an adder, and
indeed all piisonouw snake's, is simphv
It h.'l.s licell proved by expe.i vvmU , n.
ver and over aoiin, that jmi-ons of
tliia ha racier nr.' harmless when ap
plied to a iiiueo.m Miirlaee, atnl quan
tities have been swallowed without
pr" hieing any ill i ll'ect. The bite,
out ot ten, is in some .:rl
utrl ; ami imme'liately wh . r,
Ihe wounded part should be
ed by the mouth, and a piece
; i 'd t iiil round the lingerer
. . '! (' irdiiiT 1 u t h" eat ot' t he
. - , ent t he poison I row bei lie;
into the system. It' thin
plan was ..enerallv known and
iiCtrd lo.on, death or injury i'roin the
bite oi'jin adder would he rare indeed.
In en eS of hydrophobia, this plan
niight .also be adopted, and in many
in.st.'ir.f c;t would prevent the poison
entering the sys'.cm.
i; K i: v i t i iYs .'
: and ti'uinin. A mm may have
ler the iuil..i ecu of liis ran-iits,
ami uiimt tne -"lie. o loree-, ,,f
e.Ntei loi'ly e.liu: i teal ; t.nt nhin he I .el nines
i Christian, liis ediu .i',u,n lseii' i ied on
iiilfii'ii ly l.y l.isinvn voluntary endeavor-:
A 11, ivhen they me f, nvei te'i aiv alike, in
lliattliey are heini.er.,. In yuktii w
'vh.it I 'm v-t el...l lh .-e u r. iv i re his ?
v. 1 11 let ill.C t ll.l V ll, e e.ii led eh ill .1 "11, solium
IS I hf in
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I'lll J'ell' 1 ,,, !
ii.lii,: oi' i.. .:;. i".
to l.'.n i-l, I, .. ,.
s . ( 'ni i-t was I.
I he w, nl tu : I'iio. .
eonVfi led, no i'iii'S
II i ;i n is
hrist. He 'a t- liim-ell' to iv
eome veiso l in the lore i.f Cin
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I lillll I'll.' of
A nd w hen ii
I'J M-hnol to
well of st
not i.reirr-s w th the same riinidi-
ty. Soino will leai n Jaster than others.
Hue uill he more l racial. !e than anoilier.
I!ut nil lire alike in this: ihey ..io iiiakinr
i I'Ccinnin, so far as the interior li'e is
i'iiere urc t'.vo pin ts of p.J.i.wion. uhich
may hp ciilleil the uneonrioi ntid the ex
UtiiiiI, nr.d the vvkii.tnry and internal,
llirnuph which every man j.;ies tliat Iie-e'-mcs
a Christiati. .U of in are suhieet
to the iina Inntary ext. ! mil form of e.hi.
cation. Men are powerful inthi-
n.-e I mid forini-d lone U-lmv tliev hem
lo help l henis.! v es VVo arc the creatures
ol religion's inlliovice, mid we me heinii
lonc'l to religion hnij; lu l'ore we are con
verted, Imie l eloro iv i are ' In i-tians. We
aie learning a preat many thinijs that uro
'rue, mid a io: I many thiiiL's that lire
I'h'ht Ion.,- hf f'ori. wp have a ri;tlil to take
.il " ii ( lo-elves the name of Christ. For
are I'lisim: from the era. he through a
rciit sy.sleiu of ediiei.tin inllueiires, which
act tip-on us, nml have a great ileal of cf-
upon us, hut uhich do not include
our own u nl.
( I the t.eo,s are mi miinv in
in nii'inorv of ; he ilea. I. That
desire ot taii.e must I n intense which is
no. itieieli( d hy I'l'inluc' ll ciOaliii.'lie dl
anthoi s, or hy turniii;; t he leaves ol a dic
tion iry ol liooks. The pod that tlour
i-hed licloie llon-.er, the heroes heloie
A'aaieni' on, are not more utlerly for.
potion (linn tiine-tcnt h of the iiiimea ill
AlPhorie's lists. In vain h ind vi luaN
hope for immortality or an v patent from
ohlivfoti, t y the wrilim; oi'al.ooli. How
muiv i.'i.ut.ition- that seem,,,l to I , . . i
c,inlemioni-ii's to he f,,r ;i t line. perished
in the humimof t he AleMimh ;:,n library
I c.e po.'t pr. mi-, i immm laiil v ol lame in
his eiiduriii..- ver-c:, to the hero uh:i has
r. i-!ed his enemies lauds amid war, t'loiy
and tiiumpl, : l,;it ie wot Id has Put a
.sc.; ni'Tiiory, and do,.s not reiieem the
,oel's pr niilses. "Ala. pe or world, tvhut
irea-uie hi. si thou lo.-.t .'" " i ! I the nu
lh": who are famous now. ho lamous a
tlieie'itml years hence '! Out of a thous
an I names, one may live jo lom;. I'.nt,
ivhai of the remaining nine huniired and
niiiely'iiiiie ' The surest honif, of fame
are written on paper: hut paper i, easily
torn rind blotted." "Who was Sir I'll mini's
Jiroivi.e " 1 wa nskeil, th.- othei dar, by
one not lvmonint oT hisiory or hterauire".
"Who was lliedramntist, ,'lohn Webbter'"
asked a iiiiih who him written hooks, anil
i.J learned in the arts and letters of the
Creeks. I et Sir Thomas answer lor him
.self: "The preater part of men must he eon.
tent to he us thondi they h ol not been,
to he found in the ive'st'er oi (iod, not in
the record ol man." John 'eh,ier, too,
fIi.iII ive his own .Answer:
'Tlif-o rot. 'In. . I oininuiit tliiiurn
hviiv,' in. in .iv faiiu. l,ol.iu. Vin, than P11UM one
I'..1! in a f. '-t, nu, I. :i vu In- nut insimw;
As ...j .ii us id... run sliin.'.s, it t.ver melt-,
butli liTin iin I inaliiT."
Ihe world i not to h" npprn.iehe'I wi'h
invraiiiu'le on iiccount ot its short memo-
ry ; we oni-selvcs a;e in f,,,,t if ,vo ,l,sitel
oi ex pen reiin-inhiaii.e. hini' is aft
all lint a poor and paltry motive for
coiim'Kmi- of his rv.v n i'nimoit;,!;...-
" drawn from the word for
thai we shieiM , hi our work
; for t he sake of l ive, nod
ry, and ho content with name
in worthv ih
though mcd workers
yeirs cover ih'ir names with
A TT flTT-.TCTTTT.TT, - .
.iiv. aunaninb Uii 1) HEALTH. ln"
A New York nieichaui tin'. ice l, inthoi'"
plOirress ol M ars, t)K,t each successive i Hrndley .lohnson's rceiment had he
LoaK Kerper irraduallv ,.s Im health and
i: .... n.. . i : ... i . i
'"."'ij men oi eonsiiiiipuon, liowever V'lir-
1 Thepeiicial reviivr of military Ojiia-
lions did tu.t ii . icn r to the council in a
very favorable lij'ht. 'The amount of ler
I 'lory that had Id nhiind.i,l
'iised . tieinj?
mime nii.l .li.lu.. I... ... . l.'
I " ".' "j I'liiers, r.i'erv one
STATKMKXT F A 1; KKCii Kl).
It. I Tl Ho.,.- I ..I.. I I I , .
,,,, , I, . "'""-i 'o"j i i. i -o.. ,'!'"iy nun ini'i i ei , ni.aiii
..,u .oii,, ,,, statement of M. iVilliatn t he council ere.it eha-rin.
Alley, ol tin, i ity, is publish,.,) in tl. Minn polio) was warn.lv dis
.!., , ... aiternoo,,. Mr. Aiiev escu-; unspm inely ridienl.. I and .
pen i. nu juciimomi on 'Tuesday hist :
ii, -in nun kmici troopn in ami mound , "Ki'-ed, liowever, that in the ease of' Cors
..i. ,o., ruin in mo recent battles, wore i "'Hi it ws highly proper, uml indeed n
,.,u " '"U -I.,O0(i to U-'UniU...- imasterly stroke ol polity, since it had sa
l,.ir:.'.' reiiilorcenient.s honi the direction ' ved l.'ichniot.d. Itut the fact that thev
ol TftCI'sbu... In., I l,., i... .1... I, ., I l..t. .1... .. t:. ... ..
f. .. , ..ii. iii i'ii urn I... . oiMvj .'iississippi valley,. 1 ,(i i i
pie. ions uii days and nights, which w.ie ' M U'lilis, .Noi !lk, and the whole ol Ten-
SIIUI t it l if fl'llt tl,M i I... t 1. I 1 . ... ' I.O..'i..l, ...,,1 1.' 1 . I -i .
" '"iti.i.-i, mu nu i' i i ' id ",, nini ni'l l 'KV. irs left ifk .nfmi n i . ...
ascertain whether any portion of them P'" t ol Misscm, i, iippeared to ilainiien the ' no i!t ilint 'm!"-tlH,' or ijovcrn-
wcreof Heauiegar-l's a, my. Thev ai rived union I he. members Homewhat. It J! 1! P T r'1!'1' 'ny portion
by the n.ihoud, and w re marched around ! unanimously ,., I not only that it would ' Ve !iev I." ", T'l V'J ."' " VV."r "nly "s
th" oily cli.rin the niirht towaids llano, not do toh.s,, nv more i, .,,..,,, I.,,. h, J , 1 ', "'"'t,,,"f"' ,0 emancipation hy
vet Court Ilon-e. (I,..,. Heimi'c'.ard had t hat i- iiat had b.'.-n 1. , si i l.,l .'.,..;, ,'.i . , .. .'' ,ll1'" "r to a
The Snirit of Lirurion.
A eorresj,o,uj,nil Hid. a to lM tha' he ii
very miip hc -!.ii:,ar.,,,K ti,f. purpose
and wishes o. th ahoiitioii vur(y. Well
wo now have their ofi ia dec'arir .:
position il, fin, ,1 F,, (I,.., IV i. ., ,".
let them speak for I he:.i,(.lv...i. Th,.;;.
lowing rotolutioim (dune 15, si',2) were
nceepted by Ihe Ksst.x county (Muss.) Ans
ti Slaverv Society :
"1. Ji,wUol, That as abolitionists devo
ted to tho great woi k of overthiowmu
sluvory, ho renew and reneat our oh?
pie, It"-, 'No cniiiii with Slaveholders ' n
any more tetntory. I'ii I also . order of ll,
heei, in 1. ci.ino.id several weeks. sl,,.. ' The results of the defeneve poiicv.' which i M1r(. p must
nip Iron, a severe at I nek of fever, and was has been hithe.to the o,ev, I .h'eSil, ! 1 , I ' ' ' "Jh? . 11,110 r"s,lU
still at the Soottswood llouse.continnd to 'were not re.Mr.led 'nhsi;,,., i ;l ." um l"e war, us h.rotoforo
his room wlen he left. labandoniueiit ws sir,,,,,... i
CetieralsMci'alland lieynolds are neith-! (ien. l;eaurc,M,d and (Jen. heeendc vor i tn Z "
of them winn, led r,. ; L,i ... ,1 , ,. :, ','. ".0I ; t,lan ctiscion,?o am
.n.l i'M,roHcc.ite.i. is but a watifoi; waste of prop
J.o.11 cr.y, a dreadinl sacrifice of life, nnd wors.
iiionstiate the fciisiliility of Un in-
nrncter, to pre-
vasion of. tho North f.t three dilleront ', , , " .' 1 V ' "n.on-ti-
, , , "" niuuiii never liavo nxistor
I po.nts namely, rom ' umherhm,! o,. vi
; liaiiispon hito IV'tinsylvania ; from Louis.
. vilieaiidCiiiciiinati into in iiana nnd 'iio
and IVoia J'adiien!! and t'liiio int,-, Illinois
, 1 1 was not cpi tamlv
.Hid winch, l.y all tho laws of justice nnd
humanity, should, in their present form,
be, at once and forever overthrown."
said. Wo want no worse fnto
H.ail.leli. 1'avisor Floyd, than thenian
eserve who support lho.,(j resolutions.
men, and if wo nro-
Ihe moral to
for the fut ur.
not ol ,
live and I ear fruit
(lie and lh
oblivion. Ch -ii
i.iw.l . . . . ... , .1-.
v. iiii ih ,1 .iiieic'i. .vner reiiiainini; a
day ut tiie Sjiottswood House they were
taken to the iliieers' pri-on,
A :!unhoat nu tiie plan of tho errimae,
thcugh much smaller, is rapidly approach-'
hip completion .,t Richmond, thou.L-li
great dillieulli was e.Vi-erieiiccd in obtain
ing iron orh.ra'n.o.-. "invasion'pUiik of the platform had been
1 lie obstructions in ' the .la
were const.!.., :il Iv iveakdied by Ihe recent posed by Jell'. Jlavia and one or two m the ! r us, 1,0 ,")'"'
i.o.his, (incol the sun ken vessels had so' generals; but a large majority o'' them Ar- "lmf-1111 ' lie In ion as it wasundtho
.s'.vung arctnid that the Tomer was enabled , were in favor of it. It is kmoi n, hoivever ! tonstltutlon "t is, let us mark us enei
to pass through, and was soon after cup- C'.it the following operations were n";ee,i "'U,''S' n,"J ,,lorft dangerous becauso
ime.l. At the lime ,.f the Mood great ! an, as forming j-.ii i.s of the summer cani- , oul "'los' tlie '"''U who preach such
nars ncre entertained at 1 ich'notid that piugn:
they would all he swept away. j I. The itntileJli.ite oh-!ruc!i,in of the
Fort l)..r!in:r has been greatly strength- j .bnncs i iver, sons to m ike it impossible
cned, and (he hniteiies ,.u-e iron chid. A . hir McClellai. to uM' il a- a mi -ans fir coau
whole "ii vision of the army had also cross- ' iiiunieutirc with the govei inncn t and tor
ci the ,1. nines river on a pontoon bridge, ! Hie transportation of reinforcements and
to assist in its defence against any land army supplies.
'"'.'I,'!'- , ., , ' i - T)l" ivoccupali ui of Whiiamshurg,
I he !irid..fs destroyed by ( Jen MeCloU : Voi l.to'.vn ai.-l tl. tire pniinsuhi
lan it) the vi-initv of Hanover Court House! .'!. The lecoverv ol'lhe w-l.','., nl" il.
, - - i . ..... , vi.jiuie, -
ho trains . ritory o irgmi i. and the ivnossession of
ot bridge thy U'lliimore ami ( lliio lUid'oad.
I lie recovery of New loans, Mem
phis and the Mv-is-ippi river, and tho
. . ' is,,,, , ,M i, ,.' 1 1 , j ,. rai ir.-iops liom let),
iies-ec and Kentucky. When tL.ie)b-
hud I n icciitphshed, the hue and
Keaureaard plan propoied :
'). 1 o make tho iVIimim
have not been reconstructed
.'.re runeing, however, ar.d a
has eon put up to enable pas-engei R tj
cross to the train on the ether side'. The
I el'('I papers had i.nnoitticeil these briiL'.n
as lietriL' t. built, hut su,:h was not the case
on Tuesday when our informant crossed
The forces of Hen. .Jackson had moved
oil', it was though!, towards Fredericks-
j burg, nun it was mid would ni.'iiin striken homier line, and to transfer
I blow in the Valley. Tho Maryland rebel , war from Virginia to Maryland
ff"11""" in uii'ier (lenerii.s l.owe i io nun upon i .isiiiutou
and i 'iiio riv
ets at once their base of oiicr.i'.ions and
the scat ol
doctrine us thi
1 hen read and inwardly digest tho foK
lowing editorial remarks of tho (.Wwu.
'otuitut, cno of the most prominent' iclis
gious organs in New Filmland;
! "Let our army bo withdrawn from Hie
Soul .h leaving slavery upon in soil, and
it will be impossible to provo the disloys
a.ty of any slaveholder; impossible therev
lo:o to eiilorce tho set of confucation
again-i real traitors ; linpossiblo to give
security lo fieodme,, of the colored raco
and more than ever impossible to protect
Northern men at tho South from insult
! "The pevpln runs! decide whether they
are fighting for tho Constitution or for tho
Slave Code of the South as tho supreme
law ol the land. 'I ho enlv way to decido
that question, ai d to make tho Constitu
tion lot-ever paramount and unassiiihiblo
is to exterminate slavery. And lor ihi,'
no ineastiro has yet been proposed so just!
'.Mneri ovi make a man.
Cv"-j',is.l ive n:i
; ii-: v t . i ' -r i
: Weil as books.
i err most of any.
not a io
f"-"Xover wish a thing done, but do
orous and robust he was on enterinc his
cervices. At length it occurred to him
that the. li'lle .ear ro mi w i.ere the books
were kept opened in a back jard.and was
surrounded by high walls that no sun
shine came into ii from one yar I's end to
another. An upper room, 'well lighted
was immediately prepared, and his clerks
had uniform gmvl health ever after. A
tain iliac cao to general readers is derived
from medical works, where an entire Fug
lish family became ill, and nil remedies
fcei.ied to fail of I heir usual results, when '
Accidentally, a window glass of the family
room was broken in cold weather. It .ii :
l"pairei!,and forthwith there ivas a mark-'
td improvement in the health of the nu
mates, Th idlVsieiin III once Iraee,! .he
connection, discontinued his medicines,
ire horn with a natural love and ordered Hint Ihe window initio should
not be replaced. . Fn itch lady heoair.e
ill. The most eminent phy-ieinns of her
time were called in, but failed to restore,
iiM. At length Dupcytren, the Napo-
eon o. pnysio, was eonsullpil. lie liotic-l
uadley Johnson, had suthrod terribly Kichmond.ii column of two hm.lr, d ih,is. fi0 ,vifip. so fem-ihlo us that of neem.vin..
io lights with I'ro.nonl nml Sl.i..l,h and t rooi ,s 1 1, a .... ,, r , i... , ..: . .. .i... i the seceded I States i,s l, J 'li.
en cut l "liberation" of Ilaitimore. and the" icva. 1 which slavery is of oouiso illeied ihn.
d,evi, (rom 700 to '.nil ellicit nt men. : simi of the Noi I h m. 1 1,...,.. ,, ,,,.,. I 1 throwinj; tho.-o Tel ritories n,
I'l.e Marvl.nil I.i.'ht Artillerv un, I..,, above. Hi' I n,,,;,,rr ;., i. .'....! omiiiral ion. uncler I h .., ,.i- r. .
. - " ". .. ..." Ml, ,i- I,, -",,nsi.iiin,,
dors, they hope to make it nec-s n v for I uii'lor both the civil nnd lb,, mititnr
no elhcK nt men.
.L'iit Artillery, iinder
eomm and ol Snowdeii Andrews, w is
H'lered the inet et.lcient in I sen-ten , us to knio, nt I ...... A :....i..i ..i-
,. , C '" ..",,,- UlU'llllUIHtlUI O'JI
1 lie greatest confidence was fell i l.'h.b. cities fullv fl ... l,,,.,.l,..i .i .i . .
- -- .. - ' .. ' ..,.,,,tv. ,,l''(i.-,LI,l, 1. II, (M.S.
The plan adopted for the obstruction Of
the. hiuies river was hy the secret erection
"i " ii". ui in naileries, o a i.ti.
n, ond among the rebiU in their ability to
destroy (ien. McClell.ui's army, and those
who had previously sent their faiaili-v;
away were bring ug them b.a, k again. The
1'nion men, were, however, confident of
the final endure of tho citv
inoiintco with heavy gur.s of bm.
the use vl present of hv, lories of
light artillery, r.iostly rifled gnus, tlmt can
liotts was compelled to go be moved from place lo place. Severn! of J ,,,.lUV" fl'0111 ,h ''eld till tl ,vcry is cxter-
iti the cou'se
oi ,li iiiKing I v. nh a n itural tendency to
pas-, on niiu a m long bias toward ci'ulty.
Such petsons are respon-ihhi for their
i r doiMiient : ihey m o only resp .nsi
ble I'm the use thai they make of it. They
can control it, and they can educate it.
south and had not been heard of for some those batteries aie already
nine, ue was supposed to Ik; m Alabama.
A large number of political prisoners,
principally Virginians, hud been tent to
1 lie I :l lllnti Mliltiir, I . I , i t.i .. II.. A . . , I... - . ,
, ,,, -.. i .......... 1 1,, i ,1,. i i-i-e.i i, loun'ice concealment lo the men who'
liatt.es were ad brought into h'ichmoinl. work on them who have instructions .J-o '
numbering twentythreo piervs, someol not to show themselves to any pa'-sm ' ,
them howitzers and three nrt.iv rilled vessels, Sent , ies ai , ,si.,l i , -0 ,f,,
guns !,ey were nil light pi,-c, -, and give notice of th ppi, cfv.-s !-' -md i
with Hie except, on o the howii",- and as the 1,,: tor pa - the m :, .,t , oi Ut-
one Fnglish gun. were sent to the foundrv battel ie. -,-,,. ,l ,i ;,. .. i .";
, , , , , . .' I .''-' ', 11 .lie , is,iii
iu ue icca.-i, in., rci.e.s naving no sii.-lls to ('.mg"r ol their beim;
in the rillc: c.innon When all the battel i
.Mil u siti'Oe mc.'o niecfl had boon can- roes .".ml n. ,es m l',,,.,i
pioieouon ot tlio t inted St.vtes. Tho war
will not terminate shivery, but, will only
exacerbate its spirit, unLvss the Covarri
inonl take positive rneiuiiies to extertnii
nate shiverv durim,' tho war."
In Uii.- biicf exposition two distinct
idem are anm.um.ed :
unit our .uiiiies must not 1.,. .,;,i,-
tninated ; and
. .. , ii.ii sue ,n en u a fim room inlo i oi en. ami i tie i Mimr:o was ov in essoil cut . .nvn -.-.m I . .... ...ill i c.
, . . ' ; . . . r . . 4 ------1 v. - - i. . . i i " to i',- ion nil io IJL'
,v r uira aver-e to n ion me sun nevoi shone : the house be- i nun .uouiellan liad succeeded in getting closed. It will bo remembered that it ,
crm .ty, and will, a strong mipuli, toward ing situated in one of the narrow roots, ' tl'" all ot!'. j ,lis way that -he h .tteri. s on 'the l'.
Hull, mid ptir.ty and spirintal ideas. They or rat her lanes, of IVris. Heat once or. The falling hack of the rebel army lo- tomae river were erccti d 1 iM unn)er
are not tmnitonouA for havmgsiich u con- doreil more airy or cheorrul npnrtmenis, 1 ,v;"'ds Kichmond had caused considerable : 'ri,(, ;,,.., e -- ' ' ,
sut.it.on. but only for the u-e (Vhicl. they nnd all her complaint, vanished. The ! diss amotion, r.sit was given out (hut U , ' . 1 ' '' , " 'IC c-
make 3 a. .1 they use it aright, For. be, lung- of a dog hrcotne tuberclated (eon-' MeClelhui would ho attacked in his pre- - e is - f i I , ' ' lIe,,u".lstl:iU"1 ','' lhc
ingl.orn so high, they ought to fly agrct sumptive) in a few weeks if!,c,,t confined i position. i , "V "d;"'1. 'l '"co
deal hiiihcr than tho.e who n,-,. ho,-,, I.,,,- i , u,t, Li...- .-..'. ' . ' . ' ,n 1 tho strenuous eih.rts which thev will
of erection at various commanding points! -linl lhc I'nion as it was is not tho
or. the James river, where ihcv nro ,v,m. I ' nion which these men nr.. -,,.r.L-in..
letely concealed by the thick woods and j est,a,blh.
lisln s. This dense folni.. ntt.e'.is nh I ids draws the line d'sfinetlv k,a,,-
- , .""S', . . . , ' - J 's . .. i.
me in, n,.s or (.onstitutiona; Cnin, nod
its e nemies ''.'he. battle is drawing nigher
... ui . ..in. . wi,i i,n ioUe,t ;l i01ll
tills S ,j i,0 I'.o,,,,,,,
I. Ill in -tly di v. ,
... oi sMverv, an, we (ire anxious to pro
'""! ' I'l'i-idcM hincoln's plan. ..rany oil, ,
" coi ... ii.t:n.;i ii,e..su.e. M u viand
"-" .ii i . : 1 n . ,'it .,.,. ion.
pie will find t.'.co- mter'o J
in. ("d Woi ks, too ,v
ire to '-co the- remov
ed iier se,. or
ics a:e eoinplc
ai d. ,
f t h, m w ill 1 o
1 hf most coio'-l-ll t.hin
: gone over so much L'l-oiind before 1 L'ro'.rs snindl- it,!,. ,! ,,i;.-. :r..
they take hold t heiiisel ves, live on tho ' Mini idt falls upon 'it. The "rent est m ed
voluntary p; me.ple.i hey ought to Co tunc!) ic. I names in Franc,-of th" l.ut rentiirv
t iMllMrmiu, th,.,,, that cnmiiicce living rega: , led sunshine and pure air a, equal'
on Ihe vo.untarv o mcinle without hav i... ... -et, is in .,..:.. c . .,
- "r ' v-t-M i ii i : 1 1 t 'l l ti i ii r nr...itii
i i.- i - , " . . '.-
. .i'ii, nose iiieir, wine.'i einnot be di-nu
e to rei:
gore over imv ground.
Now niiMi that, are horn ng.i'm
seem niike. ome are
lo not , lllr'"1 common mind can tee that
horn side of
r .-.-..!! tn t i r. "
...... 1," u .1 I IHJ I'J , U t o l 1 : .
, - I V. : u I is e, M,' . -ss
cheerlu and ban. . -emirs mm rooms on the nort
,, ani it is tliougnt by many that they I V "f 01 npartmfnt i into wliich the
must be better Christians thai) others that I,MS "nt immediately slnne, should
me not so linnnv as thev. H.n i,.... . never ho oceunied n, fa mill. rs...u .
t I py is not piety, imy more than heingfbeaiis ' cl,aniuers, or as lihrarieior .stu-lies. Such
A Vi i I'll I I.' A r.'i il' vo , -c i-. ii u.ey can los.oro
' I here .''"fit rci unit: LrUum, or oven tho state
CurrosiiitnliMico f the New York Hern! 1. ; of affairs as ihey existed in June, lsi'd,
B.u.TiMoni:, July l'J. isil'J. ' they believo that wo never inam can in
llvr ih,- n,h, h F,y! 7.V. ,;.,. .. A Co,-,,.'.-' vade that State. Its capabilities for do
,. II 'ur If '( l;i the Hi hf! (,',-n,-rh 'V.ciV feiic m e snnurh ; im'ccd.uncjualled any
J'hin.i fi.i Soni.irr ( 'niipnlni Ti-y a'l where. And if, on t he recurrence of tiie
.1 'inn-t to A',, r"' HW,o ' 17 ,,. cool weal her of Ihe fill w, ,v.i hn ,.e,.w
A Hl.,0 Ji n':, t,l X,
JVSonie showy ,piulily very often
eercoi.s a number of unsightly ones.
.Men's ar;;,iinorts (it'ten provo
nothing; but their wishes.
being happy ought to ' "1 'iinnonts are only fit for ftowage,
'".'.'..?. "'iieo ri ooi'.n the c,imi,.'i,'ii overa.'im id
.)- .'''-it (uij -Vci;. 'ij,' ,i.' A ,(, -Mana-sas and Ijomnov "on the tn.i'lli, and
u'utiie,.; 1 1.,-: s:i' Ihi.nii at fortress Monroe ,o the southrn-l, the
nl' '.i.sl,in-i!n anj e,n ' rebel leaders cxnect thai we will find ihr
hoi nr.; ,or ir,- ( ft!,, Ir road to 1, icliuiond slid lesi t-rnet icidh
... . . - , .
it is uie right aii'i privilege, not to say
duty, of every man to l good and true,
and to rejoice in being so. "Kcjoico in
the Lord 'ilwavs and n-ciin I mv . . oh. !,-..- '
tOr None are sowenry ns those o Th" apof tie lind a ehatu-e to say two lliing-!
never work. " He said, "Kejol, e in the I.ord ;" and then
lrtten nr often ret I )....... IboM'id, "Ibjohv." And he sud thai a
. , (....',, ,,ui iu - mm .,s n .. .... ., i,,,
if t.UO rt--:t ot l.totv ; but n i- not nlw.,v l""l''eu w nicu IK ver reouiro nersons to
so. Il :s not always the concomitant,)! it I ''"'lain in theni over n few minutes nt r.
Iu7heii men try tc
in in i as
ral her he
lime. And everv into ! feni r,,l I
. , -..-""',,,, o ilia lie
parent w, arrange that the fitnilv room
nnd the chambers sh.-.ll he the most com
modious, lightest and brightest apart
ments in his dwelling.
"HoWTOCf.T llKlOSK i- fl.r, Aer
f Itl . - .
i.uu niotiiiam 8ay.: "I hlrontlv roam
I 1.1 t " '
t' . I l()MI(l 111 (.III V illi t t I lO llllle,.,, . C ll I 1
. . - ' "'"k I J i lih: iiiiii' in
a liiii py than u sad man. soi-kin. Hia r.tVn-l........'... . r .i.. .
,rt 1 And vet . I .1 ' , . V" V 1,10 "1""b
.!. ,....,.,. ll i ., c . , . , , " r ..... Minnt nun
ui. ,1, lu.iii 'i in, in ucu doiuT, uiev nl- s,j" ' p i' noi-, a goon woi Knir.n, ivittiotit be
ways got less. " . ing happy,
WifM,)st men die before they have' ('"nv?rsition diilers, I suid, in ditl'erent
Wned (0 live ",('n- ,ls to "Pparentnesns. There are some
men tli;,tpos,..s.. such a powei ful will that
tliey can go from oiai .state to another
U'lHl SJl'h illstimOmen,,.. ,1 .
I i, , , iiai. llie
cu in . ee is III , 1 ll re ll t A,.,l ,1
5-IiiMm. .-.I... .. o-,. .. " V ' ("'mjoy. I here
imVi. J ' , I'.oioao ., 'ii" mi i.t imixJ. many men that
good man to do wrong. omn i.,toth kingdom of t;; with 81lcl
r5Mt were base tirt to raise a con- fi,', ";"' nwl "'','' tle acq,, ifi.
fiance and then dceeivo it . ' :""n,V,,l-.""l il "'"' to
T,e : i..,,. ::?? n!1.nhV!'''-7 have gained
. , ' pi i-jc j u uie io ricneti, n o.,;-- oi o n
r-"tuo to hot l. nnd their fear
o cannot ascapo tho oviln of
nu, ny Hiinulving lrom its duties.
Mull lifo itnjiroves the character,
ut-ain w ill nnnrovo tho com ition
h"l,aid' ?vact n0thin Lllt 1-. heed,
hndH, then they wnnt evervthinrr.
n. ir hoptf is obseure
nre mar.v. Conversh-,,..
nt food nt any that I have ever neon, have
eonversions that were not aecompn-
erytbing. njej 0vr mucb hope in the boiinnn
holh in , ,,.!
. , " ...i,. .in, i
ii oi so are very mu.li relieved and rested
il, instead ol lying down and fallinc- asleen
ap A.,,1.,1,,,,,.;,... , .ii .. , , c. ' '
... ..'.u,i,iB i.. noi usieep, no changes
the muscles ho puts in operation ; if hi
stead o( level ground, ho goes up 'nnd
down hill, it is n rest both to man walk
ing, nnd the horse which he ridonn . ni
b-rent set of niusole-n is culled j,,to operai
tine. So, I say, call into action a differ
ent class of faculties, apply your minds to
other objects of wholesome food to your
selves (is well as of good to others, and,
depend upon it, this is the truo nio'do of
getting repose in old nee. Jk noi. nn.
or yourselves ; do everything in mod
oration." We like
brook put itn broad uhoulders ever nnd
flnon to the whwl of tnill.onrl show that
it can labor a well as laugh,
j: i:i,m ),
71 inii. u.-iii
.ve.il nf tin: Xnrlk
own li,Ji r, niit:i tu f ,-"ey .t, .I. f ;,, ht,f ,',.. the hdf than we found it in the si, ing
.. -ie v.i imi fi At I ,S'';', iiiriil i Such is their lather extensive pro
tStrenith an I Diifrilittlm nf (l,c ll.'.c! !,,- ' gramme for the summer campaign. The
r i. 'Ic j means nt their command for its eveeution
Int.-lligenee from Kichmond ha' been arc rather inadequate; but they count op
received in this city up to hist Monday, 1 en the active as. istanoe of both l.'nhind
'uly 7. " nnd France, both of thosn iiatioin,thev
h'ichniond was intoxicated with a de.'ii i-, think, w ill recognize their independene''
urn of joy wlieii it became known that and their vessels, break ing t he blockade'.
McCltHaii's whole army hud been defeat- "ill take theii'Vo t5.i and sugar away and
ed, and driven, ns they called it, forty !"'ing them ai ins and ammunition in ie
niiles from ihe city. This element enter-, tin n. They have now in nrnn 51(100
ed largely into the eelobrations of the troops, dif trihuted as follows ; '
fourtll oi , I my, ot winch several took
place. Such un unexpected deliverance . vi'reinia
ll,0 ..,.", I n.,.,. nM..... ' & I
ol Hieircitv lrom t lie maimilicert iirmv ci..i
which threatened it, and on the eve of 1 n- 1 ,..,i. r.i ,
iin. , , Savannah, (part of these troops 1
dependence Hav, too, -van regarded ns a iri ;i r . i. 1
' , e , .' r rv. ., M "hi lo, nra troni Ileatite- '
kignal nianifesti.tion of rvovnlonee in heir ':i,i ' i i f, , I
i i if ti . . i . r . , ickst.r p, I gard s la o armv I
behalf, ihey regard it us ominous of the u- ... r Ti t J '
i . i i: i . r .i . ' i W est ol tl o ."I ssiss ppi river.
Rpeedy establishment of heir own Hide-: jj , 11 '
1 A council of war, composed of all tho ! '" 'ior of Ge"rSi 1 0,1,1 Alabama, "OOOf,
principal r"bd generals, was hold at Rich
. 1,1 Mil I
25, (Ii l-.l
i), in in
So fams (Ion. M. Clelhin's army is con-
mond on the Fourth nf July. 'Jhocon-i
fercnees were animated, nnd were liratrae.
led fur into the night. Thev embraced a
complete review of the military operations
of the pnst fitioen months, nnd plans forj
the present summer caninaieii. Nothin";
was decided upon, and the council reus . StcctssORor (ir.s. M. Cai.i..-06-i. sniah
seinbled early on the morning of July 5. 1 Sevmotir has been promoted, bv (ien. He
At this meeting the plans for tho sutnmor JfllelUn to the command of the division of
campaign were deoded on. I the onpturod (leu. MoOdl.
cerneil, the rebels at liichm. iid uieconli
dent that by the f int of this month they
will have drivei. Ilium entirely from the
v mpj, ns ih ,i ...
do Hot invent. .And so loot. u 1 1, ........ ;
conducted to support the Constitutional
it is and re-toie tin? Ciiion as it was w
may hope thai He is on our side. A in 1 no
longer. X. ". Olsr.hcr.
"I IM it.". Abraham Lincoln has al
ways nt his tongue's end n:t un.iriswetHble
excu-e and npology f,,r tho rascalities
committed by ,'iis understrappers, and the
greater the thief i-, the m, ,. spirited is
the I'rosid' in ial intetference. Witnesa
the devotion :.( His Fxeellotn y to tho in
terests of Simon Cameron. 'When that
distinguish, d despot wus a.-ri'sp, nt the
it, slanceof l'loiee Puller, fir laNe itaplis
nnmont, mi I tln-re was a probability that
Simon wouldsufler.it was enough i'n the
eyesr.fth" law for Abtaliinn toa' umeihe
dignily of an Oriental Sjltan. and siv '!
1,1 1 d d it," and Hio illustrious prisoner goer
I fi o -.
No ordinary man would h ivo dared (o
chare the notniiety of the financial ex
ploits of Simon Cameron. The whole
country was shocked and amazed at his
pectiiulionf uml frauds, which wore cl such
gigantic proportions as lo call (otth'eviin
from ,i Republican llou-o of IiPpresenU.
lives, a if. solution of censure. Abraham
l.ineoln dares to share tho fanio of Simon
Cameron In his late special niessao ho,
by insinuation, rebukes Congress lor its.
censure, saying, in substance, "Ton were
wrong in consul ing Cameron. Itwasmo--I
did it now what will you do "'
"I ili lit!" Whit siipercilioiH insolence,
coming from such a man us Abo Lincoln,
who occupies by chance a position onou
held by (,'eorge Washington. Iiiili'l
So that is to be the way the American
people muut he answered when they be
come uneusy over frauds- and violations
of their liU rties 1 1, Abraham Lincoln
,, it is the I 'residential ukap which i
loslop the mouths of the Am or can free,
men complaining ot oppression.
To such a pass have wo oone at last.
Tu is Soiti.t. CitAVOR I Iu Miir,;- If buyer
of small articles will cluirgo tho premium
when they pay in silvcr.nnil sellero charge
for change v. l.un given, tho 'scarcity' hum
bu will cjrploda ihe'f.