OHARtiOTTB, 33". O., Jk3PLIH. 22, 1862,
- MRS. T. J. HOLTOW,
". IwlTftKSS AND PROPRIETRESS.
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WnA'f A FAEMER WANT.
A faranar waata a atabU mind,
A parpoae aare and tUady,
To patient industry inclined
For kaatiieea always rdy.
God careful babita well iaBied,
A jadgmnt acting elearly,.
Ta eift ear truth, with errnf mud,
Tttough it trKjale eoat himdaarly.
He waau a poaetraliog eye,
Tbat he aaay quire 4 nearer.
If any bannaae gona awav
Thalhc'a preaioiog over.
II wanta a mind tbtt'a wid. awake,
A aaxknai of intention.
Abounding oiuakin tbougbll'ul care
And prudent circvmapoetiea .
U wanta a Mat and prudent wife,
Wh, wbrn be ea, ta, can save it
Who kindly aoMhea the aarea of life.
(Bel gilt of II im whJjaa it )
wiata a aeug and tidy farm.
Ami lie.iln aad atrcnglh tnftthrr,
A boute and barn to keep all waraa
And dry in rainy weather.
Hraiaa'e bUaaiega then moat craw a the whole.
Or sH hi bnpea are blaated.
Hut wiib thia reating en hia ecu I,
The pureal jy. are Ueled.
Hr lkn enjeya a kle unknown
V ilien the wond call, gra.teat ;
Kaonn only ta the go. d alon.
The rli.l and the laleal.
I Lot tbe Night.
I lava tha Bight whan tha moon atrtatas bright,
Oa li.m that drink the dtw.
When eaaeadea about aa tha .tare pp out
From bouodlta. nrld.afblua;
Bat dearer far tMaa mnaa of .tar
Or llnwera of gaady hu.
Or bubbling trill ef BiooaLie ril!a
I lo., I love, lova vot !
I lor t .tray, at tha elo. of day,
Through grovea of liaden Ir.ra.
Whan wrabl.d notes from aoag birde throat.
Ara vonal ia Ih Hm.
I lov Ih. night, the glanou aigwl,
Wba hurt beat waraa and trwa,
Bat f.i above tha night, I ra
I lov., I lot, love voc !
From th Darlington Hontktrntr.
BY MISS I. B. C.
The day wat dark aid rainy, wbea I
took, my umbrella and wendsd my way to
tbe miserable house ia Wilmol street, whsre
in a neat, but poverty stricken room, resi
ded two poor women, upon whose clouded
days I had strivsn to throw a little sun
shine. My cxperienee among the poor, indeed
among most all for whom I nave done a
kind act, or lo whom t have spoken words
ef CDooursgsment and ebeor, differs from
bat of many others. Gratitude has been
y pleasant reward, if not always acted
all aventa. aookab 1 and I bava seldom
hen made to feel that hindoees can he
l wn away. Kind acts, kind words fall
"se prscious balm upon hearts that nssd
than, aod even though the giver of them
y aever kaow it, they are treasured p
and eoBDted as precious jewels by the re
cipients. My experience lesebes me that
there ia a chord ia ln heart of every one
rich and poor, high and low, tbat i isponda
to the loach of kindness, and ingratitude is
not the widely practiced sin which some
represeot it. There may be an ungrateful
too and to tha tett.r b.lonaVd th two nr
Bnman T .:.;;
. . . ' . . .
As X wended my way up tbe dark:, sar-
row stairway and kaeeked at the door : St
waa opened by one of my poor friends.
tier counteaance brlgbUned when she saw
ma. How delighted," she eaid, "sister will
be toaeeyouj aba has been oat wishing
for yoo to cheer ber up with words of strong
consolation." I entered tbe homely room 5
tbe sister, a hopeless invalid, was lying on
L. u-j '1..-:.' i.,. u:u. Til:-
tuo peg, viaaping air jioi wuu ucr iuib
fingers. She laid it aside and grasped my
hand .m.ili ai.H in Krnk.n tm.. mr.
pressed fcr joy at seeing me. I sat down whaoee my sorrew earns, that I became dying breath Ella Carrington charged me and although the stations have been uie . . larido wa eitoiied by every oue Its no
heside ber aud lirtened patiently aod sym- content to recci. e them." to giro you this message. " If you erer see grapbed, nothing had siDo been heard . l" comuiandrr won lor biiineU a name
patbisiogly to a recital of her bodily ail- Ha abhed. I thall never gain that Charles Rushton, tell him that I lived and from them up to 2 o'clock p. in. "bush cat. never -ferwli. All our people
menu. Aid truly, one could not be gen enviable state, Elleu. My miseries are died troe to tbe one love of my life." You Altogether this h one o( the most eitrnor- , ' . ' n"ulu" u-uv u ex
ile aod kind, and pityiog to tbu patient aud doubled by knowing that I myself waa the ' were the object upon whom the pure warm diosry affairs we have yet beard of. If ; peeled hut the belir-i was tbat tne entne
a-"... i:- : r .k I .l..k. t,..- t.. ... f.t;,,.,. f . ;-. h..rt ..r. U.i.h.d the intention ia robberv. which U the na i krDiy 'htf enemy could be captured, with
erty and suffering, yet seyi.,, it is tbe
Lord ; let him do wbataeemMh biiu good "
We spoke of tbe aorrows and trials of thia
life how they eao endure but for season z
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tbeo we turned our thoughts to heaven and
dfell upon thee pUasures which are at
tba right band of God." Sn fancied tbat
my words gave her strength to bear ber
woea. but indeed, it was she who imparted
streagth to re, and in this bemblehomcof
tu.au aunuren ot povtrtj
those lessons cf faitb. bon
children ef poverty! have learned
etsons cf faitb, bope and enduranoc,
which all tbe glittering maraioaa ef sfllu-
eoee have yet failed to teaeb me.
Whilst thus conversing, a low, hollow
couch, croeeedina from the room below.:
frequently broke upon my ear.
Tbat la Mr. Hu.h.on eougbin-.-'-said
the sick woman tioiiaiijir m ri.niiirin, look
i W O iui joiij i ua.o ..Su. jv..
" lie is so low that the puyician ssjs he ! With the asialaoee of bin mother I rais
wilt nuver leave bis bed aain.'' d bitu up. oh, how filuliy weak be wi,
" Mr Ite.btea 1 ' I started. " Hy father and ba gratefully reci-ived the proff.-red
nee bad a alerk " I aaid, " named Charles 1 delicacy. "When I took my leave of him
iiuDioa,aniigaaaoe aaconii'ialtel youoc 1
mil ; bat tbat we many years ago I nave
lost sight of bitn now.'
" Tbi gentleman is earned Charles Rush
ton," waa tbe reply.
" Hut sere it easncl be the same," was
my anawer. The Charl.a Haabton of whom
I apeak, from bis t.leata and address ou;ht
to be ia a very different position from that
which the ledger of tbe room below must
occupy. What sort of a looking person is
this Cbarlea Re.bton !"
" Very tall,'' waa .be reply. " His oir,
I Uck and gloaay ; i streaked with crar,
be has Itcn haedtome, but iotsn perauoe
and ill beaitb have deprived biiu of his eood
My father's clerk, Cbarlei RatLton, aa
swered tb the description. Tall, with an
elegant carriage and winotog address t have
rarely seen se bsndsome and fascinating a
jooog hit. Rut surely the miserabls
wretch, abe seemed coaching away hi. life
in poverty and lonelinias, could not be the
Cha Ua Ku.hton h wa ono to sought
after aod admired for is tsleiit and ae
eoroplit'umeiils. Who dors the geutieman
bclew live with ? " I a.ked.
His o'd mother," was tbe rsply. She
is agsd aud infirm, but devotes bsrself to
the ear of ber sen.
With asaddeoed heart I wended my way
borne I. pondered long en the history I
had just heard, and received lo assure my
self wbetber Ibis was my fstbers old snd
confidential clerk, the once elegant Charles
Ra.btoa. Accordingly the next day, la-
king sach delicacies with mo a. I kntw
would be acceptable to ao invalid, I again
n.nu.u dt wsy so tae 01 a oouso. cut mis
tini. I did not eo up .lairs, I stopn.d at tba
.,, , 6 , , , .r ,
ill man e room, aaa knocked at tbe door.
Atone I recognised in the tall .lately old ,
woman who answered my knoek a lueneae
to tbeCb.rl..lU.hion Iso well rememb.r-
ed. 1 tufmuied her that hearing from my
f.iAftfla in 1 1. ,nn knw Af tl. .1 n(
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aciioeoiea, aou wunierer oiotr hit en a
m mw!.lm u. t. -;.h;-
" Who is there I" bs said.
I vcotered to look into tb room, hoping
from bim au invitation to eutvr, aud I was
" Will yon come in 1" be said.
His mother opened the door, and I enter
ed. One glance sufficed to assure me tbat
iiwwi .ih.wi. viiiuig uf via uie waa
none other than tbe baud-otne Chare
. . .i j mi . i .
Kusbton of other days." I approached tb
j j . . i . . ; . ,
had and took hi thin hand n m.iia It
gated long and ears.stly al me, did my face
awake dim memories of the past T memo
ries of bope, of love, of joy. I know not,
bat a slight quiver passed over hia face, his
hand trembled, but he spoke uot. .
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Charles Rushton," I said ia a voice that
was full of emotion, I hare come to is you
for the sske of other dsys."
He covered bis fsce, theu low aobs burst
IrOlll bIS bCSrt.
Alssl" be said, Ellen Carrington, that
you should meet me thus; oh, this mis.ry 1"
Missry indeed 1 my heart was too full to
reply j tbe scalding lesrs gathered in my
eyes, and oourssd silently down tuy check,
For an instant neither ef at spoke; memo-
ry was busy with tbl past; then be said,
Do yea remember when we laat mlT"
"Tec, at the grand birthday ball my fath -
er gave to Ella."
Us shuddered. "lie well I remember
it ! tha nillara cf tha niaria wraathed with
I flowers, the ehsadeliers Iwiasd with th '
nn,t tba bind of music, tb 1ot1j happy etood tbe meaning of the indifference which Eytraordinart Affair. We have to j Tub Battle of Shiloh. Ao intelli
girle, and lovelieet of all, sweet Ella !a h.r she had always cringed lo th numerous record to d ay either one of tbe moft dar g.nt tIieillbtr 0f 'fhe 5.1, Texas Regiment
imp dress of white. sneh thing, arc a- -gentlemen, who attracted by bar 1ot.1jq.ii, lag robberies orrnaddest pranks that ba; f , f h potou.se who h.,.
moojr tba pare, bright memories of mj coal j thronged .round her. er fallen uo,er our notice, and that is : ot .' ' ' . rm 0 ' tha '!- "bo WM h,r
I would not part With thea for worldi.-. One night, it was the last of his life, I sat , the carrying off the engine, tender a,,.) :0" Ir'Ja 8'8bt. "iade :
Tou were a child tbeo, Ellen." . beside tb bed of Cbarlei Rushton. Since raaij an express ears of the 4 o'clock pa j He passed drinth ou Tuesday morning,
" Tci, I wti fifteen." Our first meeting we bad not spoken of El- senger train on the Westoro and Atlantic j rid while stopping an hour, collected thia
"It ia fifteen years ago, to day bow
itrin.a that am ahonld kein Ella'a birth -
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isillen I bow pale ana sad you loot. ieu to neoome my wne, it waa my me a oream,
ha?e known aorraw ..nee we last saw each, bat wbea that fearful iee took poses.ion
other at tbat glitteriog ball." lef me, I fell it woald be wrooging her to
" Yea, Charles Ru.hton," w-.f my reply, invite her to share my wretched fate. No,
"I hate known many and deep woea and no, I lored ber loo well for that, and I have
I have had to wade through dark and ator-'tbe consolation of knowing tbat bowerer
my water before my feet could gaia tbe dark tbe shadows I hare thrown upon the
tranquil atream of peace and content." ' pathway of others, I nerer did augbt to
'"And haregained them ?" he a.ked. cloud ber brilliant youag life. She lo.d
v.. l... U .u.t, l,..Ur,- r.r V.ii. i li o t T Inn.
acq, u uvi wmiuui vi mu j ri ui.
and hard fought battle, and it was not un-
til I lifted mvavaa ahnva and saw from
but for myself I might have been a rv.pee
table and bapppy man. Peace aud content ,
can never be my portion." ;
" I trunt that even for you there may yet
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be peace and content iu this aorld, Charles
'This world why I am fast parsing a-
way from it sunshine and it stormi, its I
plssaures and pains. Elleu Look at this
band," be said, holding up hi thin fiug-rs
"aud you never beard me cough, why,
there is scarcely any life left in me wben!
tbe spell is over. Ah, not this life for roe ,
is done; the intoxicating bowl, Elien, has
brought me to despair and the grave."
VW.ll ;,.A mi. IV .Knut it nnw "
I replied, noticing tbe inerraain e leiietuent
0f hi. manner, " but try aud eat some of
.1.:.. :.n. I l... u.... .l. ., I
- alien, you mu.t cow ana. ei-mc every
day. I have not long to live Do not tell
aoy one tbat you have found Charles Ru.h-!fora
too; let not my memory be again revived
among those who knew 01s 10 otbsr daya.
I promised him, he cla.ped my band
,rmly, and we parted When I reached
tny home I wept bitterly wept over the
tbe sad wreck that 1 had juit seen, the
ouee elegant Chrrle Ku.htjn, brought to
the prav aa bo himself .aid, and to the pit
of despair by the fatal vice of iulemper
anee. in next a ay 1 vwiiea mm again. 11s
was evidently weeaer, put weicotnea me
gladly, and bade me sit close to bun where :
be could talk to m. He spoke of bis was- .
wru me, ma w.Siea i.-.m. .ou "i'F"u" ,
" Few young men," be ssid, " eomraoneed
life with as fair propec:s as uiiu, and few
have so completely, a utterly bla-tcj tbcm
When your father retired from buaiuess, I !
had saved enough from tho generous sale-
rv he allowed me to enter into business, for
myself. For two yeara I was eminently
ssceSIal j inrn lue accursea aemoo 01
drink took possession of me; little by little
the monster dragged me dowr tbe f. arful
abyss until every hope was lost, and I found
my.elf io a position from which escape was
impo.sible. I left the city, sod determined
to beuin a new life elsewhere. At first. I
;fc , resulsit.on, then I yielded 'to 1
j tept,i00 ,nd u,,er ruj0 ,,nd degradation
tu:- ...... l . j i . j .
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ijnoney waa gone, my respectability, mv
, . .n .1,.; ' .,1. 1;.,' .
r relurDed bcre t0 die. , m.
B hr wuh , Uit, wboS(J doo
wffe ,0Jed ber degraded .00. Hut
h , f bur ao(J t0 durj
less, despsiring, ob, what a w
retched hie I
l - I J ..:n .. i - :i . i
have lad, still struggling, vainly struggling
in the graap of tbe monster upon whose
dark altar I bare a.erificed my hopes and
my life Ob, Kllen, Ellen, if there is one
man in whom ydu take an interest, warn
him, as you love biiu, against indulging in
tbo fearful vice that has brought me to ruiu
For three weeks, I daily visited Charles
Rushioo in bis miserable room ot Mckuc-s
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and poverty. His couh lucreaspd and he
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grcw hourly weoker. but be seemed caitiut
a i a i , v.
hum iua ucsuairiUE as li ui-areu ma eau
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noes of the irrsV. I read
to him, prayed
with him, and the tears would course si-
leatly down bis thin ebaek.
me with tbe most grateful
are aa angel of goodness,
as I leant over him to admiaister his nour
i.U.t Tha aniria f nur Ia rn. ..m. :
ed ever hovering ever us, and when 1 mio-
(istarad to tha ill man n anl f. ...e..
ed to look smilingly upou us. Ouo ye ar
h.fnr. thia I had r...u,.u.l hoP ..,r.l.
Kllen,' abe said to me iu the deep still
raes of the night .ha died, ' draw close,
dear .inter, and let me reveal to you my
heart accret. Before tbe dust of tba grave
settles upon my lip, let me tall you ho
my whole life weut forth in oue wild.iutox
j ioatiog dream of love. KUeu.it was my
I fl ,0T "d DOt b lovd ' i 'f )'oa
!'"' Cbarlea Rushton tell bim tbat I
(lived aud dietl true to the one love of tuy
Fcr an answer I StOOned and kissed her
pale brew, aad fer the first lime I aadsr-
la, bat now, be told me o: hu love lor cer,
1 be dwelt UDon her beauty, her loelr qual -
litin tn.1 h .aid " I intended to ask her
, l:f J
wv, . u u . ui.iuj, . " - " " -
j ed her " .
"Charles RltuhtOO." I said. " with her
and I know that through ber whole life abo
never ceanrd hoping for your returning foot-
steps which alas ! for ber never came again,
Believe me the love of such au oue as Eila
I'.,,;.. .. i;..i.,i, nnr .iik
Carrington is not given lightly nor with
drawn tai!y. Yes, the love that sprung
into being in early life endured faithfully
until that lifu tuolf bad ceased to be
He groaned aloud. " My cup of misery
is brimming over," be said " this last bitter
drop ha cau!d it to overflow.
The next morning when I called Charles
as dead I stood a moment and
the pale sad face, what a flood
fwept over me at tLe :eht. I
could stand it oo longer sod quretly clooing
the I?01".' 1 ''ce'Je lhed,r.k
" ,ow ' be ! "bked tbe
God bive mercy upffn the soul," she
fervently ..id, "of the miserable t-tcrtm
p.,,n ,,, i.- ,l. i . r li,
k (M eau.pc.cd of Lieut. Jett. Ed.
Smilb Qttt of lhU ficillit htd
8erftnt B c boy name Dick, be-'
J(j in f 0J- -steea)ej fH0 uw-citizeu.
Tbo gBllh( goiog iat0 bat.;witb these marauders, and thai their spec-
! lie, the boys, not wishing to be robbed by !
ii 11 i.e. .11 iv.;,
in the bands of Dick aa tbeir banker, j
mJ ordered bim ,0 t wUh th rfar d
and baggage. The battle raged ?ng, and
1) ck bec jine very uneasy about bis mess
!n -. n,; their regular mea!s, in the midt
o! such i-harii exerci-e. At Ieqlb he load
ed hiui-clf nuh provision, and went to take
ibrni tbeir diouer
He fell into tha bands
f b(J encul-( ,,ud fouad bimsslf a prison-;
er Di,k ,ffeoted to be delighted with tbe
rircarnin0tl( ,rid ,0Id then) that be was a
Unloa man 4nd bei0.jcd , 0f b(ll
Union men in the world, "old man Smith,"
,1,,,., ,..,. mila. nff Tba )ii.tnoa i.
2.'ni miles ) They kept Dick along, how-
ever, without searching bim, and at Ron-
jonvilit. oue uijji't, ltok saw his ebaDge
and "vamoosed ' He came into tbe mess
with tho money all safe, and with a fine
ovurcoat for himself, which he "found"
just on,laviug. Washington (Ark.) Ttlt-
Good tor the Thirsty Socdwr. Ex
tretne ,nirst ' 0De of lbe nMt severe trials
tee acuvu .o.uier una u euouuiri. ia-
ularco anl on lue tttlu 01 ,ouS
contented battle, be is often al-
mot 0k,,rcome with fatigue and thirst. An
old frontiersman, wbo has bad tuucb exper-
ieoce on be Western borders aad on the
nlains. suecests the following as tbe beat
remedy and preventive of Ibir.t that has
over beeu diocovered ; After a meal take
the coffee crouods. boll tbem over aaaio.
and pour it off into your cauteen, aud let it
co .l for your next march. It is not only
nutritive aud stuuulatin,;, but it will qiench
w u,ore effectually than water. It
wiil go two or tbree times as tar a-, wator
I .1 .1. ..a.. J. .1... I..:
i'0 JUB F"". . o
,,bu U4ed- dr-J tbem ud P.tt, l,em ,D ?0.ur
pocket, aod chew them st intervals on tbo
march, or during any arduous servioc, and
they will repress thirst, aud satiate greatly
tbo cravim-s of buD;er. Tbia course has
been tried nuh the most gratifying results,
aud is worthy of a trial by every soldier in
V A MVs. t.t-M Anion,; tne mean acts late
ly perpetrated by tne laukeesin Moore
fie'd, Hardy couuty, Va , was tbe deseera-
"ou ot b resting place ot itic jauiuy oi
ek. He clung lo eo. C. Harness, dee'd These vandal..
ul regard " you j wt,l ia tue caietery and destroyed a beau-1
s,"be would eay.f-i aionuiiieiit treated k, 1.11...
the son cf Mr. Geo. Haroesa. It bore the
simple inscription, " Oar Father snd Mo
j lh r," yet tb' eu.sugb to cause its de-
.struotioo. as it covered tbe remaius of th
parent ol a child w ho is true to hi cauntry
aud lo tbe instincts of patriotism.
a u v vo i . ..i.'invr for the protccwon of white laborer.-
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d.ersmsrch to b.tile, uot tu the sptril which ,
would leaJ them, if victorious, to say, with
Cmsar: "1 cam, I saw, I conquered;"
but iu the spirit which led John Sobicski,
I... fri...nl. over the Turks, to aa . I
" I cam.), I saw. Godoonquercd." Eouie ! FhtSaJelphi. The dulnet of the gentle
truat in chaiiots, and some in hordes, butjiuau by whom tbe bill was read is p.nte
we will remember the name of the Lord uiarly tainted wsth our colored friemis.
our God." "Our fathers trustsiia thse, haunt Bedford, South and n.tgbbonug
aad thoa didst deliver thm, thoroaghfar.
nauroau. iue iaoi oi vuB case, so i,r a
1 wo can ascertain, are tuene : it .nn
' while the conductor. enyiue r anti o; i .
: ,U . ,4 ,.t, ymi.ra -.!.. im
ting tbe train to Chattnnooga, were ai. m
the breakfast bouse at Bijr febanty re-aln.g
tbemnelres on coffee, hot biscuit and other
etceteras pertaining to that meal, and ln'
thos ooiiifortabiy employed, hoi,,- p-r.ou
or persons, unknown to us, and unkuowo to
erery one else, (for wc believe no one
. the operalion performed.) detached the en
.in-. tndr aud mail ani PxnreM earK from
r. 1 '
I the remainder of the train, nd it-ftai;
1 "doubleqjick" 00 the rojd trnrd liuitau,:
tural conclusion, it far surpas-e the bol -
dent exploit of ' Jack Sheppard-' in 1)1 -
mie-t d ay. Atlanta Comntomre-ilth, 1 -i'Ji
About a mil- below Kin " li r,0 S-.'ur-!
. . '.
oay aneruoon, too m.-nig engine was touuu
on tbe the track uninjured, and out of wopl
and water, while the robbers had taktu to
heam ..enral hv the citizen, of the
couutr. jjuriDg tbeir progress over the
;road,the bridge-burners bad tried every
meaI)1'they could to impede the progress
of ,beir purtuer,. TheT cut tfce teie,,r8pi
wire( UD00D !ed a car and )eft it 00 tbl
traok( tlirew QUt cros8 tiv- acro,B tlie ,rack
&fl bu lbeae obstructi00, avaiUd but lit
tle. Ont rfaturuav mornini;, eiht of the
parif were arrestea, aaa eiier neing sounu-1
In r hit-tit ted awtnrpsnefi tiiixt tliAV hari hrpn
....... from Shelhu.iUa hv the Federal.
igU fef ti- purp0M of burniDg ,be bridges ;
and tearing up tbe track ot tbe raiiroaa so
j as to provent reinforcements being sent on
to our army st Conrintb. They state that
109 Pr;7 twenty to. lbetl,
lance were atiil at large, but would I proba-
blJ be crested in a snort timo. We here
b'lho Government will make quick work
d tDd "og- pubishment will strike
terror to the hearts of all snies and tractors
w among t.Augutta Constitution
alist, 15th. j
Ths N'evti from Hampton Road t'r to
3 O'CLOCK, ON TUB llTH '.Monitor, t
which from its defeat of the rebel irot, mou- c
ster. we take to be tbe most perf ct tuoicl
of this kind of vessel afioaf"
JSexoiork Herald, Silarcfi litt. .
Such was the assumption of tbe 11-ia'l
such the declaration ot all the Northern
nress. With one voice thev claimed n vie-
tory 'at onee brilliant and deci.-ivo. What,
theu, trill the world say, when it i ir.f rui
ci that, od the lllb day of April, iu t:
year of Grace 1?6, tbe irini.-i, in pr--
seuce of French and English i-tiips of war,
went off Old Point aud bully-r.ixtj tiu
famous " Monitor," wbo, like au uuaruse
and veritable " cheese box." lay in shia;
water without accepting the g ot cim
bat I And, under her veiy cut :.ti r,
Capt. Barney, in tne " J ainc.-ioti. rsii in
tnd broUKht off three prizes, hich were
t0(rca Up by the Uii;u anon-.
O C CCi ,
Alexander delivering bii p.ini. 1-.
thirteen iu number, attbo N ivy li
returniug. Xoifo k Leu Loji.
Chronicle aud SenUnel, of ye
aU'-aiDai a person eat.iuir m
J. M- R Rutied ot tu
has mysteriously dissppeaiod f.oai t!
city Tuesday la-t. He was steppiug at t
UiuDo Hotel, tto ieu t-ouic i
back ot envelopes, seetn t
that be bad attomptid u t :. -
in nor..., .!
b,,,:, -i . !
ave w a j l l n- a u
or temporary insanity , i .. .m...
scriptioa of bis person is -;iven, in the
that it may possibly lead to his di-.-c
Ha was between 'o and 30 years of
about S feet 8 or III inches in b
eiitbiug, perhaps, 15U pounds ; light and
Bond cotn;...i lion, ratbur tyiu faeij aud pro.u
inent nose without inoutaebs or beard
liht hair, and sotrewhat l al I Ha w.-.s
quiet ain1'uinU!iiit.'.' v '.s ui a:.-. in. I
was evidently w i-1 ; eJucatid His tt! eti
are now in t'i hands ot Mr Ma! ara1 y, ot
lh G'obo Hotel . August Co.nituut.j't
gro Labor in Fiulai.ii.
A despatch dated Ilarriaburg, Fa , 1
3d tost , says :
The i;..rreseuttive in tb
tto d ti ict bouu ied by Sout
and Broad streets aud tbe river D .If ware, j
Mr. Josephs, bas introduced in ail provid-:
against negro competition'. It i oue of a
. - . if.,,, t,,j. introduced,
but hss bsea drawn up with more care than j
tbe others, aod .is d signed lo effect not,
only negroes who may enter the Mate bere
after, but those who reside at prescut
.in ".a.iou ; no naa capiurca o.uuu
r N .v Orleans, a
r -N Oricins, and a portion to MeoiDb'ts.
1 e 111 111 hK if HUH' U:L J n... I..
. - - -- -
, informed, were what remained of
l'"''i d bo was lold by the
j g-iar.l wl o i. ibem in charge, that they
,; J n 'J 0 tad captured, be
; ' , c-.nnon. and tat the enemy
j n-fl n-ccvre i ou y ior o tiuro
I -'" "" oteveral regimania was
: ",0 0 P'-;'- M eouio not recoL
' h'ir tiiu.;-. i.'it otic of tbe lenticssee
'iiMii'. Ii.i'l !iiifl-rfd tiirt hevercly of all,
d the Kfi, lucky reiuint of Gen. Hreck-
t all tbeir boats. JiU-rica had been ereet.d
oa th j nver Mb,otl woa cl Prcvcnt tbsir es.
, ear e
; 30 W' , 8
itv 1 r I c , w as approaching:.
.... .r 6.
j..,,, t,tcr e2CC(U..t, t,M, ihe ,bove, were
- br3U;!lit hy tho Uoo Mr Tib,) of tb,
wnii-(l "'(,rrt.onta.fiv, ,1,,, irn,,,4 ;
! 3 V, UB,-"UJ- "U.0,,V"7
i , , ;F, ? ,'7."' ".t
rv at Jhiioh aro tae njr; li atif vitiir tbat
we have ri'uii or beard. t3te codQ-
difinly tl;attiii- n i uiiier of pt i.-ocers taken
i-i no: than 'i ,fi 1 , and thu etictnj's loss
'li ti e b.iit.ff ot Sui.day au l MoDdyl in
kti.ed and woundvi by their own admis
fioo, reachen 1-0. nt'!J. Mr. T. alo states
tbat t.eariy the wiiol-: of the amiiiutiition
iore C3ptured t, v our 8r(1) ou Sunday.
nd wbicti Uen. lit-aurcru bau to leave
behind him when he i cured to Corinth," had
caved by t!j- j.iuiil .10 J indciatiza-
bio Morgan, whcio vry natf.o is a ttrror
10 t' e f't.t TuV l'i !
Tr.- rich J'ruts
perhsf - tr.i. m-j.-t
11 a r- Ori : .
-J IJ 1 1
f. ti.i t'.ort'.iin fi;ht are
t;, and thu blow ttfliattd
i'.:- i..' which tbe tiiemy
1: . .1 tii of tea war. .
The Yank nr..-.' !':::;r s;,n. the Alm:j::
TV i'l'Li.AK It ? Yutkcej t.ave ptraiis
aion from Mr. Line. 'a "t trade with the
rccovcrc 1 f-'t-it.'s." Acc;r':;n?'v .be Secre
tary of tile Tteaury has ieued instructions
tjt:.L' trt-s a:y i:-.-ui, co.;cctor aad sar-
tvi"r' i 'i !' j and Jii.i.sissippi rivers,
1::-; ';:i ;.r i-it: ui to tbe Jrccrctary
an! authorized the
th .ii.i-t.1 oi toods not intended tor aid
to the Jrvbs-iiion, to all places cccapied by
the IV.it rai f
in too ahey btates.
of iustr actioQs .tae Sa
Iri hi" rcc-nt ictto
cr' -" :".v v"" :
r. i't.--r ccj-c c;,.e;!in any
r t (or j.,.niiimt. the tran
. : j ; ..f fi-riM m.i-i bvtweea
' .i i j;, it :jt-i a:.. ! t:it) loj
I i .ii .try ..ecti.ns of I tie
: 1 1 i or cotitroiiea by lue for
! i States, other thaa tbe
o! taitty rcn:s for each per
ca at. 'ii x for Maided from any
yi :at'? ta auotuer in tbe
:ate, nor ,1-itrcise aud super-
c. - .
lih t r
;i ovi r ti o tra ic bit en such Statts,
rt auc'i at n:ay ta nec.-s-ary to pre
s i;.j- i of :.tiy tie?ri.tiju Ocing tur-
d to t i : ..-.j It, is furthermore
.-( t t 'lt i j permits be :r ii.te J l r aoy
. i,. f.aviiii ty l::e tiii.itary authari
. t ; t.-xti-p -rltd Jinto ttie territory oa-
j I v iL j fjic.s of the Uutted States.
Vriit ia 1' i-.it at XL 3 debt of Lin
! i. vi-t tin; the Yankees admit
!. -s i;. . can C 't .j j-.t aud r.b tbe
n f. s pi ...j, by Ja.y it will reach
ii rt..1 .' I i te people have an
-i . r" t .'iai I it was in
... i r J ;i"(l rjity dollars
t : .. r -.id I -j I 'ur tui.iions of
e i s" i t j. ihjjsjnd tons oi two
r.! t ,i .-i 1- each It in si ver, at a
i- t " i i i : . ir w.i aid bj ixty two
u h tli ii. i ,i-v.t ' p iun-1!-. It carried
rass, t!i,-i-:n) i pounds oti each dray,
lid take P'.'.St'.l dr.ij to carry it
ie a per.-ou could count d irireacH
,,l i work s:x hours eacu day, tlaen
i i ;-.'.;o 0"e buod'.ed aad twenty
, ! i' M t.i'; of rif dol
n" 1 . t . th ? !t;c li. H would piaks
i' o,a LI 1 ." (j Lt-ih. or n I -aid down
!; t, e .c;i 3:' V ch C -'-s, it wcu'.d be
1 v o 1 ! l: i
i e e t! e Hi
a ILJ ? U U t
Tne R m an .Sim - Vi u Totupeii
a Ji's.r. e i. ;..ei wie many buried IQ
c tu'tis i I ' t who wire alter arus fojod
if v i.aJ been St.
eii iuilers ; but
a hi s titinel
: the oily gate,
; tl.a war wea
..i i by his cap
I oavi i.s threat
i e la a sireaul
pv."t, and tiiire,
i i.a-sid aaay,
wteio did t
with ins hand
pon, wture he
at: r .
. t' ..r'st.iius learu to
nhu-h th-y Snd tbeir
o tl o .'-t ni
.upport aud jtiu them