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OHAK-XjiOTTE, KF - 0.f J"XJXji3r X3 . 1862,
. . 23 I S. T. ' J, HOLTOJtt, ',.
ditiH3 Aitr paopartraiw.
; TKHMS ' . 'tbt luit, -I would undertake it for. no man "
... i4 . . ' -' j I " ,en ' Jo are utterly peoniUss !"
thMrtti.CaroliaWhigwiUbaafforadUttb id Uchn Ashley, ber beaalifal feature"
r.br. .t TWO DOLLARS n uunciiTWO' j "
DOLLARS ANl? flriy CENTS if Hym,a b.tC;T , ,f .' m ' " ' ;
.aldr..rihru.0.o.h.i.atTHBEElXLLABSj . " would rather .larve!" M
.1 the end of tun yar. .NPaer will bdtcon. j ' lit is wy cousin of my Umrj. TLiok
tiuued untilalt irrearaf ar umd ,eicpl al the you I can tolerate the presence of one who
optunof the Edito. tlius malign my narao and blood !" said
.MvertiiemeoteiftarterfatOn'eDollarperafiuare : ,be luuiblilt
U6ln.or!es. tM.titedtTp)f..rth.r.nr. ' ' " m fc fa j
lion, and 25 cetite for each eontinuanee. lourtud.i ,. - , - -
ertieementt and Sheriff's Ssie. eharred 5 pr ( w lth J",0,,"; ,
eantliighrr; and a deduction of 33J percent, will) "Mr. Clifford, you matt take (bat auit,
be m(ie from the rerulur iricca.fordverlieraoy or we cease to friends," ttid (be firmly.
he year. Advertisement. tnecrtM monthly er ! ' I ostinot Helen "
(quarterly, al 1 1 per fqasre for each timer Hetoi-j Sjrj
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Peraonewhcn rndioe in tiieir erftrurtUenipnte
mfi.l mrk lh n.mberuf in..rtiora dercd or
Uey will be inetrud until forbid nU eUnrgcd e.j
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Thej LitUw boy that Died.
I u ml! itaM in n.j ibrr w,"
And the roibitifiit Uumr i aer -
lite f-fiiot'e era, and the e lor a 'a fait tit'i
Are be cnly muii:i 1 bear.
And er mt .ial in Mli.uOe,
tl fcim f el aaiiiMaa t'"J, '
For any bead and mj tfu IK tail wM I
Uliie lilU boy teat Sud.
I went ana u g 'it t my filUer'a bust
Vt enl !! l l ie Srer ena tit
Aud aufll I ' ptlhJ Ihe Jte,
Aati aott'y the dour l tw kuL
JU jr molber e cut to niMl lirr n,
SI. a ai.ard me. and tin a h
Ann '! kuJ UiJ tifia.anil the weyt
Uic Si't:e UiJ Ih.ldt.t.
I e'.iH M hrn the B wit eofiap.
In tin arJ. ii hf he 4yi't ;
1 !i Jk um him more by Ihe fiietf t.
W hra txc d-were (ie ail orc) td.
thai - l. tori and h tmvlf rki.f,
And the bora he ae4 la rids; T
And lUf w'l apeak, wilA a ailafl epaKb,
Of U littU ur lht ci.d.
We Hll f home la ' Father'a" hoacc
TaM ur Klhi'e hutie Ihe aaa.
Where Ihe hoea our anu'a ahall lultoub'ljlit,
Oat lut bo bfvkca lira.
We ahail (aim Ue bioae of t'.o T.rr of
Ad I.. the in M til aafal lid;
Aaa m al the j ; af .ar lumi ehall li
Tne lilUa bay Ibit died.
flJS LAST DOLLAR;
THE BELLE OP BOSTON.
BT T. ASIILtr WORTUIHOTOW,
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wanderrd to br, as be contcn plated the
proipeetive rupture wir'j ber fan ily I To
leave Itr prtstneo Tolutitsrily were more 1
i it 11 . I' t-ein
tuan Ii O II M v:U -wiw - -.... . - i - -
be batiUbed from her, seemed like severing
bin from the lsat lie tbat bound bim to
Hi diOieuliy with Westley teemed to
place bis inliiuaey wnn mr.o uiurum
light. He loved her with a!! tbe intensity
of ?Li, nature: Cut be bad never dared to
make a eonfeawou of bit love, any father
Zn fcU look, and action, h.u.yed it.-,
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Why sbould be not do so T Why uol throw :
liu teir at ber KM, pie o iovc, ana in
Ibe aatno breath tell ber bt waa a beggar ? .
Tbat would be honest and upright and
be felt tbat bt eetld no longer endure the
suspense cf loving In filei.ee, with tbe
tiagnoey of kiog oast off because be bad
Hht loved tim be waa sure of itand
if, on a.coent of bis poverty sbe chose to
cast biw off, be could better tnduro suob
rrjestion, tbau tbe uncertainty of bia pre.-
1 will do it and do it now i taia ne,;
taking bis bat and leaving tbt office.
' So, io ! Mr. Clifford, it seems jou have .
been adcusioe my cousin of fraud, said
she, ft 'great deal more teriouily tbau be ,
bad beard ber speak for month.
Indeed, aha looked angry, and Eugene
saw tbat Ben bad just bctn there, and told
bis own story.
" Accused bim of frand !" aid Eugene.
" Nay, what amount to tbt saa.e thing."
"I accuse bim of nothing," replied Eu
geoe, troubled at tbe awk-ardusss of bis
" Yoo r.fust bit east, and tell bJea yon
4aould Dck believe hiin eapablt of bringing
1 aneh ft anil."
! " I did : I ws .urprissd at the nature, of
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Hicve mere IS a Uoa aoofe.
" Mist, Atbler. much as I criere lo have I
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I ifiri ins iioui aucu iiieuoa I
' " Ifou would despite rot if I eoold do
' such a deed."
I'.baa I" :
Helen pardon me, I must call von so
-I bad counted upou your approbation,
here for money aud fnendhin I refuaed
' tt do wrong ' ' " j ment. i
; " Enough ir 1 Iave me ! ' . ! It w a very sinpular salutation for one !
r 41 I will, but before I go, may I speak' who bad actually cut bim tbut vrry day.
a word of the pat T ' iWhat could he niean? Had be thought1
Go on,'' taid abe, coldly. - beticr ot bis infamou purpose ? lie hoped '
" Helen, I loe you I bate ' Ions lored t be had. j
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I8"' "", Mnsss.iisisisici mi;
Lt'coiua a nart oi uiv tztkter.ee at lb. eaii of
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i ".y, I eak truly, I lore jou, Is1.allg.ne with a I.ttU LeMtation. . . geotle wofds :o get the son of Emerald to
jel.ay. lote you. thob y ou Cast tnt from ; " No, I gate it f you were m "8 Jat bii fin.,r Jnl lbe ,,,., month, but
,jou ai.d depMt toe. ' i fcuene. ,,, be was too. swart, for ibat.
I i f ? "i ' 10!"- ; ck'B J'k' rubDJ! . 13u,,v. he,-ni put my dog, tail io,
(pst.d ihe UJy wuli a ststely gesture with! gtr bim bis band, aad tbey wert I fM wh,lha bt Jm d I
her white hand , fast fneods again. j ne icuanod iat ly alled op bis dog, took
! "... Helen A.Le, J la tbejoy. "What b.ee yu got berP, Luge . U(, .q ,,0 tbe
of the future, yon will think f me as one said I5eo, approaching tbe old womsO. :..,... ramith. a h,d ,carfl,ff i. in
w,- has Lo Ue to hitu.tlf, however ialao
jou may oceui ait now.
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" 1 eu may go, sir, ' rereated sbe coolly,
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" On, Cud, Mhe J Ku eoe. "when Lo
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rufti-t.A.l 1 1. a fc.fi.. V VL. I....!.!... ....
a without a tear, aitT.ojt a kiudly look. Sbo
, Laics B
C;rf. :i with the sadocttoftbe sites
' tion in I ieh ht fauu I bim self, he r-1 urncd
To bis c Zen. Despair s.nned to hare mark
ed hiiu lor ,i own His bu-,iirs propee.
a wreca , o,..fpo,u,eu ... tue iove no nai
icheri.hed for year.; deprived of biawiort
rttlaO'c tiicod ; the future wss iodrrd full
!cf cloein sod dua-w 1 rwre i notlarg
I more worth living lor nohiu more in all
tbe esnh worth a sine'ld rtra.'gle. '
itit m waa oioro than be eetU bear,
'aud the m thought f self destruction
more tbsn ooec enured bis mind, as be
contemplated ibe dark future. Hut the
crime of the suicide was tusU'id. He
could not go into the pretence of hi Maker
; with bis suul Maiucd with bis oo blood
with muidrr in Lie bean.
1 Hi posinou was a trying ene. Heeould'
Oot wrong bis lar.Jlsdy, lo whom he then
,o(d s week's board, and but last dollar
j bad been cxpeoded to gratify iho whim ef
''a csprieioua beauty. 'I hrre was but ote
1 alternative left and be pawned bis silver
. watch for the money to pay bis ek s
board. His couacittco waa satisfied at
t ' ' "
I CHAITEIi IV.
After be had dUebarged tbe debt, .be re
turned to bis cflict, aud found id old w
.t.auclad iu wretched raiments, awaititii;
bin return. Site waa dressed in deep black, i
land wore a ibick veil over ber face, which)
' 1 di "
" And yoe are 1'ycr !"
Eh i well I a'poss it 'a pooty much tbe
same thing ; 1 said a I'yer."
v ell madatu what can I do for you 7
'to." ..id :be old woman, .oiterimr towards
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lue aek where f.urue tiaa ssatea liimseil. """ " J ,
Ve bean. I ell that you was a clever,'' , , :
t0rt of a fellow-' " " I can now be true to you," said be,
p,,y who told you so !" bending over ber face and imprUting a
Who! -by Mist Ashley; I dor. ber' kis. upon b.r ruby lips.
(IUH' ir0uiu' for her, and I fauey I
e.0 0 ,t a HcJ1 ,g anybody can.
"I dor't doubt it."
"And sue.baa such a besn of tbinc.
thht it aint everybody that could suit her. '
con.-;Wby, it was only last week sbo bad two
FJ0IeO " j
j "Never raiod tbat," interposed Eugene.
Hs can I serve you ?"
j .. you ,et luj l,usband died about six!
' mouths ago perhaps you kacw bim ! H.st
name was Barker. He was a journeyman j
I bricklayer, aud a good workman, too, I kin
tell y. by it was only last spring tbat
bis boss offurcd bim two dollars a day if
be d only-
Yeu forget your story."
" Lor' sake 1 so I do ! lis died out day
lie bad aaved up coosid'ablo raonsy, oue
way and another. Why, be had earaed
six hundred dollars, over nd above bis
living and mine, besides, t o hundred be
made tclliu books. I'll tell you bow it
" Never miod tbat."
" Je.' as you My."
" Slate your ease."
Tbt lady did statt ii aftsr t while,
tboogbittook all Eugene's tacf fo eoofinej A BaiOHT Boy We netefVraad the
ber o the subject before ber. It appeared aeene in Henrj IV., where Falitaff and
that be lcutthi, money to an unprincipled; Prince Henry txebaoged eharaeters, with.
msD, who bad ebeatod him out of it, by; out thinking of a similar to have oeourred
going into (liaocery, wbeu be in realityr in an anoieut, peraonage a, great wbilo ago.
was worth thousands. ' -'..The Iter. Mr. Kejfulufl was aa excellent
Hugene ezamined the cane, and satiefed tuan, rather ecc'entrio and somewhat ecooo
bironetf thst it wss a good one. He was! mioal. Jonas, a farmet's boy, used some
ready lo ondertake it. ! limes to go with presents to the parsonage,
' But I bare do iiioney," said the old wo-1 a sharp eyed little fellow, but rather in
man. r . t jculb in bis manaers. Ooe day bt brought
"Nomoney?" jioaleg ofmottca, laid it down witboat
" Not a dollar. If you get the ease I eaq ceremony, and was making off.
pay yeu what is right. 1 am poor, and I j ' I'll teach that boy a Ueson in good man
tried several rayers,',wbb wouldn't do it, ners,' said Mr. Uegulua to hia wife. 1 'He
'caue I couldn't pay 'em. I wss tofd Chat: needs to tat the slow njrubled off little.'
you was a smart lellew, aud good. bearied. 'T ' Jonas I come back here a moment.
"cut 1 aw as poor as yourself, said
."i.r'n .i 1 . . i . , .ii:.i i i :.t. .
" uppp i let u go. ;
" I?ay, I will undertake the case, but tbe .
expenses mast be puii." I
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tfit ' .nni r,nn "She irnt nnl
lone pauso. "She's cot a pood
- o r h-- - s-"-i
heart. iKugb she is a brazen buzzy, and j
as proua as juucncr,
" l'ou wrong ber !
ble and true."
Sbe is alt that is DO- I
" Juxt as you bare 3 mind to."
llilloo 1 Clifford; a customer," said
lien Wesilei. eulcrini: tie office at ibis mo- 1
mv client is as t.oor n 1 am.
m i t ,l it i . .. n 1
aae li vi vi mc uvau iim, inru
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" A eiieut.
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tbe law ; etid Bi n, rudely.
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one of your ldine, sir.' croaked
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Mia irnii.in in in t I n iti v isr.tmnn tn.i
aint do belter 'n ou should be, or you
" EH T granny ! Don't be sour
And to the surprie ef Eugene, the reck-
less fellow took bold of her veil, and pulied :
to tr ..e. !
" Wnsi art yoo at-oot, Ucn," fill ta-,:
gene, a flush of ind goatiou corerinj
sg tiis i
old women are humbugs, my
r:p ted JJen. twitoniog tne Ciscs ncnnei
from ber bead.
A merry laugh burstfrora tbe old wo- j
msn at tlu moment, and Kugene, to bis
intense surprise, recognized in ibe sneient '
dims tbe peraon of Hrleu Ashley. Wbalj
a channel Ihe drmd up old woman was (
the Belle of Hoi-ton 1 1
"You are good fehow, Lugene j my
baud; you are forgiven," said she, aa she
placed her little white baud in hi,
" What does tb!V all mean T ' atked tbe
" You would not take a case wbich made
jou a parly to wrong, even for a large
sum of oionry ; acd you are ready to aasist
an old woman to ber rights, without money,
though you are penniless yourseif, repiiud
i Helm. "I bat a whafit all means. Beu
go and get a carriage."
" Want ire out of the way !" said Ben,
as be departed to execote bis raisHou.
You are foriteo, Eugene."
" liicss jou, Helen I''
" And both their suits are fictitious."
" And 1 have no client after all !''
" I'll be your eiieut.''
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" I have been tryiosr you : our nieetio?
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to repulse you, told mc your value. i
"When I went to declare my love, I
met noihinc but reproaches " ;
now ; I am yours," aud Helen blushed like '
Pardon me. Euccne : 1 can answer ynu !
'ote in June, a. she thus Ira.ikl, eonfes- .
arlliirir 'run ni hiio Irun In msr.
Jbn I lou are getting on tieviiinh wc. i,
said lieu, opening the door at this moment
" You impudent puppy P exclaimed lie-
len, as she rirthed out of tbe room, ber
check crimsoned with toufuMon, and enter
ed tbo carriage that awaited ber at the
Our stsry is told. They wore married
a short time after, and Eugene Clifford's
noble character fully justi6ed tbe oouclu- ;
sion which Helen bad retohed through ber .
" love teats." Aud he, iron, the Ui' dol
lar, with the -Belle of Boston for bis bride,!
suddeuly became one of tbe weatbiett men
! ,u ei,J- ";,h did "otL 1
iuto a lite of inactivity, and ho has d i t i a
guinhed himself at tbe bar snd in tbt senate.
Hard Story. Col. Cabill, of tbe 9th
Couuccliout Begiiuent, who baa bad but
700 men until recently, writes home thst
be has filled his regiment tn tbe maximum
rtsuder l (1,010 ) by recruiting loyal mo
of New Orleans. Tbt Thirteenth and
Twelfth art also said to havt reesivsd ad
ditions to tbt last saanotr.
Lon t you know, my coo teiiow, tnai joo
h onl d "n t n m a inln ft hmiHa in that wav.
m.u uoK.Ug .uu wuu j,ur u
Sit down in my arm-cbair. I niagine your-
self tbe minister, and I'll came in with ihe
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.iQniii ii nnirrivclv in Ina arm enair.
and Mr. liegulus goes out with the leg' of
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' Enter Mr. Regulus in the cbsrscter of
Jona. II, take, off bis bat with a low bow.
1 My fa. ber sends bis compliment to Mr.
Rrgolm, and aks Lis pastor to accept a
token of hi regard.'
' Jonas, from tbe arm 4bair :
' I tbank jou ; m Sin. Regului, just give
that bof a tune j'tnee.'1
The lenfon was mutual. Monthly lie-
w-w . .
p TcttTLE -In Ne w York
a man was carryinjj
a lire turtle alon tbe
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tret when an ln.hinan came by, followed
W .. . I-. An V, l.l.'l U
...u Me T..l- .h..t ,Un n th ror
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ooj; s taii, and c-ff the litter rsn. at rairoau
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speed, pulling tbe turtle after him at a more
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rapid rale than ever ill travelled before.
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'i'l.. iimrim.n thiuklnci that I. is daa'a
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wora wouia ne tnron away u toe au.u,.. .
, should run at tbat rate, turned with a say
' age look upoo Paddy mod aoiaiined.
Lail back yor dog.
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Paddy put bis banr'.s in bis pocket,1
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thtin auawered with a Droeokino-.an, froid l
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Fz.il ER AND THE EeOQAR
zy loafer, wbo nrcferre'd bttrain ,
f0r a precarious subsistauoe, to workiag for i
a sure one, called st the bousa of blunt'
Maacbuetts fanner, and, in the usual
1I)Cuage of bis tribe, asked for some "cold
,iC.U nd old clothes." i
..you appear to be a stout, bearty look-
,nan." sid the farmer ; "what do jou
do for a living ?"
"Why, not much." replied tho fellow,
"except traveling from one place to anb-
"Traveling about, eh," rejoined the far-
mer ; ' can you travel pretty well !''
"Oii. yes. I'm pretty eood. at that.'1 j
"Well then," said tbo farmer, coolly
r.n;.i-r th. Annr ..'rt'a won traael "
(Jt tt Mother The first being that
rushes to tbe recollection of a soldier or a
sailor is his
mother. She clings to his '
memory and bis affection in tbe midst of
-i t e .r i jt.ii.j-j i
a l tbe forgetfulness and hardihood induced 1
by a roving life. Tbe last word be leaves ;
is for her bis last t.Ui Kreaibea ber :
came. The mother, as sh instills the lesson j
l,ulD ,uu " into tne ueart
!fl,.r infant ami al.a.a f.U In.t U '
jborisnotinvain. She may drop into the
'crsve, but sbo bss left bebiud ber influen-1
... that .ill WAife f "K-i- Th K.. I.I
broken, but tbearrow is sped, and will do
A "AHp SlRVICE -n JbDksSiTio ;
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Udies. The beautiful, about eighteen
old, call on tbe Dr. to give a toast,
0d be gave the foliiowing : i
M.J the be.u.y whith surround, thU
nhurt met anmndnaenor heauti'til votiDf
thlo never fade uutil it lades in the hard ;
. mivice of bringiu
up a large family of
Soiuo of the ladies blushed, and one
bright eyed miux commenced bumming.
" Liberty for me
Ho iiMn'o wile I'll bo,"
0" A oouotry man, io ooe of the Western
States, with a load of meal, drove up to a I
lady's door, when the foilo.viug conversa
tion took plaoo : j
" Do you want any meal, ma'an ? '
" What do you ask for a bushel V
"Ten eeiite, uit'tui prime,"
" O, I can get it for a fip 1 '
(Iu a despariug voioe ) "Dear lady,
will you lake a bushel for 'nothing?' "
" Is it sifted !''
(QTbe London Punch tay. tbat tbt rea
son why editors are so apt to have tltir
manners spoiled, is because they receive
from one correspondent and another tush
yl number tf ivil etmmuiHeatieBs
S " v, Jjekson Mmissirpian, of'
" We arrived
wo ni'le bridga
,j ' "? about .3 o clock,
am.d tbt booming of bt.,,,
the burctiDg of .hell from ioeh of(j
nanoe of toe Yankee fJet, which i, ,,icj10r.
ed close in under tbt shore below ttia ,,
a i . i " ul
Oil me iJlsi?siprj iiue, ar.'Ji icnmi cm.
plete$y prMeeted fronr owr fcaiicries Uiow
tbe upper batteries for them to reach tjair
'1'be -next moruioet we entered the cit y ,
cfcrytbing being quiet, execct the bustle
of the citizen, who were enut-avewng lo
get what Ji'.ile furniture rcinaioeil to a place
of safety. Dunug the morning we roue
through nearly evuryistrcet, rtfieioin the
effect of the the" ou the brick aud wood
structures, and wero impressed ' with tho.
eompar alirely slight damage dono to ei-
t,er class f buiidinit, hco the nu.uber
of shots i Drobab v 1 rj.OUO ) were tiiMeu tu
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to account. In omj iu-tances, as in the
lrs. uaniDIe s
pa-s through a en I o tin
.,,001!I."' '"""K L'f,
it-olf, and pass on till it reached a hi. I,
where it would enter and explode.
Tbe' 15 inch KbtTl, when it strikes 'the
bi;i ef Vicksburg, enters the earth at a
depth of from five to ten feet, bt w1 o i
it s'r'kes in tbe streets it exuloH.ej uiuca
parer tbe saiface.
i'o tires have yet originated from tbe ex
plosion of shell, and it is evident that the
enemy eio not desire to burn the city lin-
mediately, or they would hare 'brown
ceudiary shidl instead ef tbe missiles airea-j
uy atnl to.
II,. MnJ,r .1 1 '-.ln't n n, lln ,
my re opened their n.crtars, and .kept up
a contact tire, with the exemption of . an
hour or two (apparently to take their meals)
during tbe whole night, and did not cea8J
till Tuesday erening, at 4 o'clock. '
All was quiet tbia (Wednesday) morning.
at 10 i. We hlTe not be8rd of aT
ioiurv beins sustained bv our batteries u"d
to tLia ruoruit,. '
. . ! the poor mu"t n.n r keenly tbe pangs ot
" ... huni.tr. speculators arc tUu worst enemies
Th Yankees in FaEDFaicKSBFjBO.Ue,tbefeoulb Laa Twyt itu those wbokulk
pitc auiuB teetua 01 iQiaiuiaeiou oi a uteui
"fto irora Treat
enekaourg. Lp to luea
. , li.i.ion of IT-deral
' troops in the vicinity, eooaietiog of three
,' brigades, and supposed to number eight
' f I. ,wl ,.r 'Ik. . ,l. I... Il,,.k..l...
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waa in ehari'e ut the railroads, with two
regiments. I here were no troops ou the
ireaencKsDurg sict ot tne river, except
lue conioisna oi tne provost guara. 1 ne
laokees bad constructed a pontoon bridge
or r the lisppabonnock, and were prepar-
buld bde ' Je foot of Com-
Up to Tuesday, there was bat little
koown of the progress of the battles around
Kicbmond, expect what wad tontained iu
newspapers of this city, which were
"eut 10 beadquatters. TLt Yaukce troops
were enieriaiueo wun tue rumor ot a grauti
Uuiou victory ; aud tbe al my edition ol : the
Uaitimore tlifpr,ol tbe preceding diy ,
contaiued a repott tbat McClellati, baviu
.suddenly crossed tbe Cbicbainiuy, bad, b,
raF,J movement, entered lucHmoud n
trumpb, and cutercepted the retreat o
Preideut Davis, wbo was attempting t
make bis egresa as a ' contraband,' bavin,.
blacked bis face aud put ou a i cf ni
ger wool. Richmond Examiner, Hit.
FlelUT BSTWSKN MaRVLANO AM) MaS ';
K .rn.,KI,TTS v axkiks. We harc been fur-i
. . , ., , f , ,, ..
uished with an extract of a ietter written
, . t
io esufort l oui.ty, iN. L ."near New bt.ru,
id -Jited June 1602, bica cuntaios
B pieoen of iuformaiiou
wLich wo drcu
,. , , iujnorUut. Wa
.,!! V,.!fll til .'I
"'w" r b
trct " furnl,,btJ us-ud lUuii Us "aU
meuts may be relied upon :
..I l k.,,.4 f,, ll.rrin.mn'i
fiht occurred iu Newberu.iu wbisu
aaobetla sua waryiana soiaiers oeca no
jinvolied. A regimeiil of each oeeame en-;
cased ; out) ol the row jcu-iauJ iu-mi weiu
.aid to have been killed, aud 15U of tbe
Maryl.nders. The d...iurOauco o,o ub.ut
' u men proposed to .cud a lo
f eui Lu("a ar "K'. eppoatd
b. lhe JUrj u" tbe
fove, Mr. K P. L.tU.tu coufiima the io-
tbe ueerovs n lunu lie lines tueic. i ,o
Port- "'""" -"i"
Tbe Cout'ederate istato steaiuer Sainicr,
ibicu has been so loug Llockjded iu tbe
harbor of Gibraltar by the vej.eU ot i"f0jtwllb n i
ttemy, is under charge ef a utid.hipmau j t
aud teo men tne crew, uavitig oecn
...1.1 -nr .-J. J,..h.r.-.l n.l lh.. itltmri
uetaeueu. u.m ijsi
officers, Lieut. M. P. Beaufort, wbo bas re-
tameti tto this ccuutry. lit
others all well.
Lieuteoant It. was c.ptar -
ud in a vessel tbat was attempting to ruu ; ouI ,. 1,ou voa llliSik . i;iJW j wuu.!i i l)
j the blockade, and earned to Ne iork,;b4d lLe rUtf,; r Tbu ple WM tt,roa j.JlVa
j wbtuot bo maie bis escape. huanU , b,fctly tllt bos tepl lB0 d,ui9 ,Uli iue
Tbt Petersburg (Va.) Ezprtss aays tbst
Col. Fitch, tbe lato Federal military com
maodor of Memphis, no less a personage
than Graham N. Fitch; Senator from India
na with Jesia D.. Bright, Fiteb was onet a
tuot ardent supporter of tbe rights) of tbe
South, but he is now to bt found iu compa-
nv with the other Yankee Dalzetlys But.
Itr, Diekinn, MoClell.i and tbs rest.
A Fu.nny Exploit. A good story is toid
01 eertm Ja-.k Alexander, of the 2d V
! pibia Ualry. llo was sent to Harper's
j Ferry with a dct;icW'tit to capture a par-
Cfl Ol 1 ai.kvcs l:0 had recently gono there,
luavii.'g behind them many r wounded com
rade (to bu cirsd for by the Cotif.-deratca)
in rriicr inaki; rconi in their wajronj and
a'mhaiaiices lor a largo number of oei'ro
oi!iuu and cbildrrt, whom thev had no-
1?.t,om 11,0 c,l'z';"l, cf 'incbtstcr. Al
,"c' porfaraad Lis err .nd with coropl
f- recovering with tho Yankees1
tro wcnriarj. 1'artiy as a pun-
ir thi'.-viDr propeniitv, and
; , ' , . ""' of rclievinit tho womeo,
ha oi.-trtbutcd the , , ,
J.U Ulili'lIUU C ill 'J u 2
prisoner ., ,. ... M
carry ouc ot tnctn btscii , ... , ,
' .. , , v , W mchester !
6ome ct thii l3."i.:cs iiittue w . ,
, ... .-irtue of ne-
ceMiy ani aciiuiutu iuciueivt
with tcnod-humored ionchal snce.
submitted t.i ihe infiicilon with many a..
luacc atjd disgusted curl ct the lip. Jiu,
all bc-.etbuir burdens as patiently s ihey
could until they rcaeb:d tbeir detiiiation.
Alexander's waggery expended itself in a
grand display of bis mixed proces?ion
through the principal streets of Winchester.
The i-cpdo was highly relished by the peo
ple all along the road, aud tit Winebe.-tcr
it f. as greeted witbjoutbari-ts ut iz:crri.nt.
The efijet of sueh a proccsioa under the
ciroum-tarice-s can be better imagined than
de:t't'd. It was electrifying, no dout,
and Jack Alexander recired many a hear
ty slii-.kc c! t ho hand and waruacongratu
Uiioo a re ward lor his courage and droU
irv, v.u'iV :)ury h,ichma
. SKsrna tuan and ijaon out of rns
MAIE, I iC IU0.1 1 t i T 1 II ': II t UIU S.sU r OS 0 111.' DC
to be adopted ar.d krpr. np by our State
eovorr-men:, ;to prr-ent flour and bacon
Jroiu beicirf scut out of the State. With
bacon at 40 co nts per pound, meal at SI
1 75 per bushel, rd fl,Jr at ?IC to S13 per
! barrel, the laboring poor among us can
; sesreely live. If ptCuiators aud m.ilers
' re allowed to srud the coin, and especi-
" ally tbe flour and bacon out of the Slate,
. t r , n
m ttie war M"i t the ssnio 'time aous
the old Union m-u as tra':;ori, are the only
Lincolnites we have among us. lue ccarn
of all socd men and patriots, arid the frown
of God biutscii wilt rot oy tLoie whs, for
a few doHarii tnoie, are Sttiuini; bacon and
flour out of the Jitato, or fclhu it to bo
.scut out, while tbe poor in tueir own ucib
borbooda aru actually utTeriug for these
Article's, iucii people care ut'ithcr for their
country nor their neighbors, so they can
make money, iMark them J 'Raieigh
A New GttEEii FiBE. The Gazeite da
31t.it states that a very curious aud inter
cling ovpciiuieut 'has j ut-i been made at
Fort rt. N'diolas Marseilles, with a new
innamiuable luiiil, iuveuted by
chotui:t. I' l.o bv'.tlu Cutaiuio the
q J i J
was broken bv a t;iuket hot, and burued
everything wh.cU hal been place. i tifar is.
A $icond i-xpenmeiit wa made the follow-in-
dav. in prescneo uf luo General cdiij
maiiJiug liiss r:ii.fry. Nothing oju.U be
iioro aitsfactcry than. the result. Largo
he of 'iiuh-r I'tri cuu;iic-d, anJtiu
earth was calcine ! to the depth of a foot.
This I qiid, which rcsembios tuo Greek
(ire, i.s sutUcie niiy powciMi hen enclosed
in a caonon bail tc cct iirc to au enemy's
A Untold hi.il, 1 tie Memphis Appral
. , , i rv; ,m i
relates ono ol tuo uiuat heroic acts ot tuo
m lT wl,.cil 0,.cu.r'ed m ar Germantown,
TeiHi T-3 Federal soldiers cutered tho
Idivr;'..'; ef an eld cit:i3n, audafter being
j well m-ate-d, tbey deuiaiided thi c;d gcntle-
man's lueuey. aun clC ol Iho ruSai.s sought
j to force a, couipliaucc witit tbtir demaud
i by k-ve.l:: bis gua at the Lead ef the buuC.
I I hi- M I d V ilile' t'OSe d leTSedt bet.tCen t'jO
'' of ihe m.-cie-aut and her iiusjai.J, ana
j u.o .uo .
uauu.er ot .us. ?-. -oup
o Irouj an
; u.j i
room, au see
Zi.i i doulile
;!i sbe snot :
Liiltii L.m i
g iho tltuatuu et
i arreted shot gun,
i ruiiiac ihrougu
tautiy. 11:3 eo:u-
h.. ni,. ti,. Miiija J- cf tho hou-o
! , J. s'u J
j niua.L.- uu.i ju.cd.
Jo.vAtiU. Af.ia.D cf Pi.s-an -
iiui.sas. i us lo.iowing incucut t. vouch-
v jj;3 .
laicly occarrcd at Nasa-
: it .is
.t, when he wjs accostrd
a ttorse ; a. tempting pia
iuU liiC Fbtvi al, aUspi
red uUijrv, Injjested IHO
.e ! iho t'O tfjiepiied, re
the Fed-fal couamenced
fturuIa it i-nd
.;, . T U, ,w.3fti;.Jii, tlx l,i-4
i , c 8J11U 'Uuitoi, iuiti.e ufatdv ...
ADV JoUNbO.s ihe tut) ujtv i!n,
the rounds, tttn ihjt tuis ntotious iti
dtvidual bid teen Killed b. Ex Gv llroeti,
was put to ivsi tv the traitor making h.s
.LpeaiauCe at .'Jciifi-ia on Oaturuay
Hu was, at
; quartets oo board tte U-utop g .,uuoat.
oe'Og evideutly afraid lo trust himself to
the cite Mtmpn$ Ten ) -1', -it