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Cumberland Civilian and Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 4, 1864, Cumberland, Maryland •r'——r Slliaii I Cneinrplj Ik I’ublisliod KVKIIY TlH'RSiPAY MOUNIXO. Ojjtce ill Scam. I Story of lironk's Jiloi /c JtoUo Strert, near the Puiihjr. T K II MS: TWO IlKI.l.AaS TKT nniinni, Klri.-lh- in n>lvaiHT; Two liolInrK ninl i\ lliilf if not m |i ii.l. nn 1 Tlinr Diillnrs if nut iniiil nilhin lliu MINERS’ And MANÜFAOTÜRERS’ JÓÜflNAL. VOLUME XXXVII. ISivir ill niiml lluit no pnivor will l»c iliicon-uaUI ill] art'Oarügcá <u« ^Ud.    | TInisf! win» fxpfrt lo receive Uu* f'lvii.iA.v A | Tkj.kuii.vcii t*»r .f2.0<> imi3t pny iijvrtrliMy in . ad vanee.    I |ii5int33 ^ircct(iri),| Cl'MIJKaLA^.li, Ml*    1 H i ; M iTT n iT .X- i7< > x o j WIIOLKS.iLS AX!> liSTMP | DEAtKIta IN Foreign & Domestic Hardware Corner Rnliiinurc nil J Xui th .M«hnnie Hl.‘ ( ninl (1. Mil.     .- I    Tlii    sp    Iiittor.s    liiive    porfurnipil more Cures ! II.WE ARD IK) (Í1VK HETTEK HATIS- CUMBERLiNI), MD.. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. 1864. NUMBER 31. DYSPKr*SIA. AND DISEASE RESULTING FROM l)IS<rtHDKR OK TllK IJVKU. 'AND DIGESTIVK OllGANH .\RE (ibhl'O t*Y IIOÓFÍoWD’S (ífeh^AÑ iíITTERS THE GHE.\f f3fHENTIlKNING TONIC, K.Vl'I'ID.V I H.'.VE MORF TESTIMONY! DE M TTSDDY. D)l. llUMMBLSniMI::, DKNTlST.Cornen.l B.iUiinoro nn.I Liberty StrocU, over ItenilV          _ 3roeory Store, nnd oppusUo Cninpbcll'a Diug | /f []'/,;    fi    KS    I’OlXSI    H PS PjfO- 5jtore,^,nbe^nd,MK _     j    'f() yqWIl FOR THEM! WILLIAM B. if! ALL, ACO., M'bnloanle A Uetnll Dcñlerrin IJROCKIUES, TEAS, LIQUORS &C. n mr Iho Depot» Balto. Street. JOSEIMI SPRlCifJ ATTOllXET AT LAAV. Tan. 1801 Cumberland, Md. Lunger! lauinber! JOSIAIl aV'í'ÍTT, M IMIiFACTURKn AM» UKALEH IN mjj mm mm me mm « Kleehanic street» Big Spring Lot» Cumberland, Msiryliiinl. Contracts filled at short notice for Lumber» Kliingic*, and Luths.    Oct.    H,    '03—y. ItV. «. ,f. BK4CIIY, D E IS- T I S T . Oflico (up stttir.s'i on Ijallinioro slrcnt, iicHt ihe corner of Baltimore nnd Me» (di.aiilc slrcctp, one door east o( Brady A Slaiiz* Wire store, Cumberland. Md; September 17» 18d3 X. rlT DOOBE, llRAI.Ki: IX il.VTiT. FISH. GROCKIilKS, IMIOV’IS-I0N8, MANTM.A llOPK AND GRAIN. Tban any other ártielo in market. IVc ilefy any One to rontrui1t>'t the Aasei'tloii, AND WILL PAY $1000 To any one that w ill produce a Certificate piibliKhud by UK, that ia not Genuine. UOOFLANlrii IlERM.IN RITTERS! \VILL (THE K\ W.y ÚASE OF Ciironic or Nervous Debility, Ui^^ses of the Kidneys, and Di.seuHea ari»-uiji <V''nt a disordered Sloinach. ORSKRVE the following .SYMilTDMis: RtMllliiijfrmi IFsnfthVs of ihr. DiJetXl'c Orijiinn: Cim.Ktipntbi.n», Iiiwnril I’ili'S. Kiilncssofltlood tu till' lliml. .Vi'ullly of , till' .Stomiifli, .Vnn.iea, Ili'iiL'llinrn. Ilisirnat for Vinnl. Knloesa or Wiiglit in the .Slonmcli, Sour Enicluliona. fiinking or flnlleriiig at the I’ll of llie Stoniai li. .SwiTuiiiK oftho llenil. Ilnirin! nnil Dilhcnlt llmitliliig, Klntleniiir III till' Heart, t'hokuigor .Siilfiii nting Sena.itions when in ii l.vinp I'oapire, Dininess of Viatons, IIols or tVeli.-i hefore ti.V JKhiht. Fever i.Viil imiIPajii in till' llenil. Hefien'hr^- of iVVkpirntion. d ellowni'ss nf llie Skin sail Ey*!??, i’liiit in till'Side, linek. ( I,iiiil«. &e.. Siiil-ileii Flashes of Ileal, Itnrninii in tlie Flesii. Uunslnnt Inmi'iniiigsiif EVil, ninl greut Depres-siiiiis of Spirits. R K ÍM K 51 R E R ^ THAT THESE BITTERS ARE NOT ALCOHOLIC! C.VX.M.ji.tsix, Of .MitKlii.AXy, MP. _ ¡ e'ONTAlNS no lU’M or WIILSKRY, J. W. KHJII.IKBSOA, MININaÉNQINEERANDINSPEC-; TOR OF MINES.    ! .Ian 7,—Oin    ' ¿;X~MdRRI3,    i &AKER m ftONFECTIONÉRj rt''li.di’..ale nhii lletoil liuuio'r'h I'orelnii and Aiileidfaii Friilt Toys, Groceries, Séiiars, To-biieco, Ac., Ac. I’lIItKR riCiOllS PAST 1‘DST OFFICE April! n, ISM.    ___ .¡UillERLAXI) I’OUNDllY, VAI’IíOK Sí €0., iron and Brass Founders, Gdur-o’iiHtroct» CUMBERLAND, MD, M.inufnoturors of fJiiginet, Jjoiler$f Jiaihoad and Mine Car., .Mining ‘'■'‘''‘‘""y’n.eiol I'ntenl .Mislicii.esin general, thr.nigli ilia-Stovci,(lraU.,Mil -Irun»,Ho»«,Agricultural ^    of    Iheiringrislieiitsiinilefleits, l-vel know „    ,    tmploiuont.,.lc.    „f    no    snffieieiit    reiisoii    «hy a man may iioHes- Anil riiii'f uuihc DrimhiriU, HIT IS THE BES^ TONIC 1,1 the. World READ WWO SAYS SO'; I'ntm tli\: hcv L'cVi (¡.    of    the IJaplisI Cloiroh; IViiilK-Ttoii, X.*^v, l' mcrl> of tin; .Norib Bsi'jt' lVhurcIi, I'ltiiatUlpltiA. I hav'j kr.OA a libttiuri's vonibly lo» a miiiilaT of yciun. i Imv'c used liiciii ill ni.v owu family, ami liuve bwudo pliaswl wilb.tjidi’fllVcts llmt 1 as indiire»! to rVbom-mcnd Uti.*'! lo malty    A'bJ kiioH that they liavc ojicrnivd 1^ a    bcniticiui    nmiinrr. iiaKiJ.groit plwuihiciit ihusphbludv pro«-l»ili!i-iiig thi. **1-1111101 calling the jUIc^.IÍdM bf tliosc atllii led wU I dl.'^pn.'icR fl»r whirn llicy arc recommtiidato thl’Ro Millers, knowing from ex]Kjricine that my rceomim*mlation nill be .«ii.'iuiiictl. I do this iiiorp cheerfully as Hoof-laioi.H S Millers is inlcndeil to beiiclil tlieuflliclcd ami in “iiol a rum drink.'' Vours iruly, LKVI O. MEi’K. From Rev. J. Newlon Mrown, I>. I»., Ediior of llie Kiicyclopedia of Ueligions Knowledge, and rhrislinii I’hrouicle, IMiiladelphia. AUlmugh not dispo>ied lo favor or rccoia- Mirch ir.1859—F. tJivil and Mining Enig-neer an i Surveyor. ^■|i;iE suliKerilier is iigaiii in tlio ‘COAI. L FIKl.P." re.i'ly tu iillend tu anv hu.s!nes.s liat la.iy lie entnisteil tu his eare. Will Open Coal Mines, anil pat the same in tlmrongli wurking uiiler FI IÍMSH IMi.VNS. AND 5IAKK KS-TIMATK.S AND l*L VT.S OR 5I.VR.S, tile iiarties in iv reiinire. \VM. IlllACE. fir .v.ldress. Posionlee. Cninliorland, .Mil., or llnie Swnrf/.welder"., Ilouk .Store. Jan. 2Slh, IKM—ty. Fresco Faiating! t FUKPERICK, Ml). 33C. 3?’. X>.E313Xl.XT5a‘C3- reap'.'Clfiilly inrurim Ihe citizens of Cnmher-land and vil inilv lloit he is prepareil lo ornament CIIUIICHES, HALLS, Fill VATE IlE-SIUEXCBS, ic., in fresco, encnuatic nnd oil colors ill thu most ariit'ic styles. Host references given ns to the aliillly of the abore nn nnmcd. Orders proiHptlv rcs|mti4ed to.— Terras clieap nnd nil irorK warrnntcd. Jun. -.4 U84^tr._______ Or. J- W. EWIJÍO tespccirullr Informs his old friends and the nuhlic. that he has agnin returned to his old Finnd in CnmncrUnd, Uallimore si., opposite Hiu I’ott OlHee, where he is nssncinled with .Mr. <J. U .M’L'.>ughlio in bis old business—Iho pho-lographic uri. Ileing prepared lo execute all kinds ol work in Ihe finest style ol the art, no piuturea sllowed to leave the gallery unless of the best quality. Hiuband wife, parent, child, brother, sister frleud, all who love some dear distant or departed friend, what woiiH you not give lo gaze again upon the features of the lust loved one- Come then while you have the opportunity nnd get goo'l pictures at low prices, the value 0Í which will be incalculable to your friends years to come- Uomember “delays are dangerous." Dee. 10, H»C3. í®l¥'aWa¥ P O ! •: T 11 Y . •o, wuAi* THE Flag around ME, ROY,s.” I), wriip the n»ig urounil me, boyi, To die were far more sweet, M’hh fiti*dbTh*8 starry.emblem, boys, To be hiy wimling sheet. In Jiff I loved lo see !l WQve And follow where it Inl; lint noti'. ipiiie eyes gtow dim. my. hands Would ciA's]) its Iasi bright shred. Ciiontrfi. Then WTap tlie Hag mound me, boys, VO die were far more sweet, With Freedom's starry embteni, boys, To be iiiy winding sheet. 0, I had thought to greet yon, boys; Oh    a well Avou liebl. When to our    bn»»»jer, boy.s, Thu trait*rous foe sho’mu yMd ; But now alas ! ! am denied .My dearest A*arlhly prayer, Vou'll follow, and yuu’ll meet the foe : 1 shall not be there. I^oni's. Yet wrap the W'llg. &.c. But though my laidy moulder, laiy.'i, .My spirit will be free, And every comrade's honor, bovs, Will still be dear to I'A'c, . Tbrii in the thick and bloody Hgí't, Ne’er let yonr ardor lag, For ru lic there still hov'ring near, About the dear oM f.Ag. ClfOBUS. Then w rap the Hag, &c. KISS AND NEVER TELL. A 8Ü.S0 Fun Jl'LY Oil J.tNl'AUV. Though yon may sip from beouty’s lip The sweutw that tli'*rb do dwolv, ’Tis very incan in you 1 wectt, If you ftliuli hiss and tell! Wliiit makes a kis.s exiiui.sIlV bliss, A sweet Elysiaii s|H‘II ? He fthvays sure the kiss is pure, But never kiss and tHl! The bond of ijlHrigs from nboVÍ When; saints and nngcls dwell; lent, and never meant Tlutl you should and tell ! It is n seal—a balm to liear”-A |K*«rl within its shell— The ityblaii dew, forever new : imt'ueUvV kiss and tell! It is Wlb plan since time bega*?, Approved and honored hell ¡ Fr)>m Kiibla Khan to Ispahah, They ki.s.s and never tell 1 In nigiita \Vi ’.hily-. beneiith the moon, Thu fjilrie« knoW It \veM : Shell rosy breath our Venus hulli ; We kiss and never tell.! Since krbs rof^e, or ITeVen’s woo.a, The monk within his «41, the ihitred one—the praying nun— All kiss and never tell! NI ISC F>T.Iu.\XK< >r S. Prices at the old Che^ Rates. Tub SUBSCRIBER HAS .JUST •maeAiMA frnm th« hMt Katftblished Maa> tit'y to the henetits he Uliever hgnself to have receivtDl from any simple preparation, in the iiope thill he may tlius contribute to thu benefit ofolih'F*». 1 do this the ninrt* rc:l»lMy in regard lo lloof-hmd's <Tei-maii Milters. prepan*d by Dr. I'. .M Jackson, of this eity, hecause I wn.s jirijndive. agaiiHt them for many years.,under the iinpres-siou ihai they wercchielly an alcoholic nii.xtnrc. I am indehtcd lo my friend, UoherfShiK‘1 Esq., for llte removal of this prejiidicehy pro|K*r tesl.s. an. for L'licourugement to try them, when Kutrering from great and long eontiniied debility. Tlie use of three laittlcsof those bitters at llie begiuing of the oresent year, was followed hv evident relief and re.sioration lo a degn*e of lilidily mental vigor which I had not felt for X moiitiis iH'fore, and hud almost dospaire»l of g.niiiug. I therefore thank Hod and my fricad for dirv< liiig me tn llie n*t» *»f them. J. .VKWTILN' MMOW.S, IMiilada. From the Uov. .lo.s. II. Kenuard, I’astor of the loth Maptirit t’hiircli. Dr. Ja< kson :—Dear Sir:—I have he<*n fre-qoently requested to connect »oy ttntllo with ctmimmid-ilions of different kind* of medicines medicine;^ but regarding the practice out of my ap|ironrlate sphere, 1 have in all caws declined; hiitwitlia einar proof in vniibus instanees, anti purticuhirly In W.v family, of the n.seful* of Dr. IIooHand's tíerman Bitters, I defMirt for once from my mnml cour.tip, to express m\ fill! conviction ihilt, /or ffrtti ml dthil%ty a/ (he nijntem nnd M/.irái%/or JAvrr Compluinl, U is a Mii/e nnd ifúimihiepreffftmtion. In .some case it may jail; but usually, I dunht not, it will be very beneficial lo lliosc wlio sulfer from the above caiiíH». Yuura, very resncctfullv, J. H. KL.NX'AUD, KIglilh lieliiw CoatcB Street, 1’liila.tclphia. Front Ili'v. Warren nandulph, I’aatnr of the liapliet (liureh, Ocrinailtiitvn, I’mn. Hr. .M. .lackiMinHear Sir;—I’ersonal I'.vpcrlciice ciifthlce nu; lo say that I rcgnrded ’till' (ii'iiiiiiii Hitlers pri'isircil by you as a most excellent mcdicluc. In rases of severe culil and general dclúlitv I liave been grentlv la-ncfitted liy tlie use uf tlic Hitters, and dimlit not tliey will nrudnec eiiuibir efleets on olhers. Vuiira truly, WAUKEN KANDDLPII, ilernmntuwn, I’n. From Her. J. H. Tnrner)^Ltur of Bolding M. K. diureli, I’hilada. Dr. Jai'kson ;—Dear Sir:—•IbreinK used yonr German Hitters in my fumlly^H^cntly, 1 am prepared to si»y that it has hcetil^^t service. lielieve that in roost cases of gen^^doldlity of till, sv.steni it is tlic safest and maMnluakle rcmeilv Ol" w iiicli 1 have am- knowledgE , V'onrs, icsiHtetlhllv, - J. II. TURXBlt, No. 721» N. Nineteenth Street. pable of pcrforining lii.s tasks. Then | the present keeper refusing to give it to DANIEL WERSTER’S FIRST C.\>SE. THE HERO OF THE REGIMENT— coinuicuceil the horrible bfutalify to which ■ him, saying to him, all this property is he was suhjccted. He was put at the ! mine! Seventy-five dollars sent lb lltm hardest, dirtieSt work, and orders were | was withheld aild kept hy the warden. Ehenezer JVebstor, father of Daniel, was a farmer. The vegetables in his A FA [Til FUL DOG. [From the Louisville Journal.] given by Newton Craig, the then warden , Newton Craig. An/nlYcr almost‘thTrl j f    .‘'r' I,    “>«    I'^ere*» of this war many kill Mm.” The insulting language I tee» years of imprisonment at hard laW. I    *oridchuck¡    tfhoae    hole    jHbjdents have been brought to light par- coii.stantly mldrcsscd to liiin, the hated i stripped of all hiu moans, he boarding '    ,    b*    ‘    i tones of voice, and insolent and abusive himself during Ids incarccrutiun, ho !• I    ®    *^1.1 nhil habitation wa.s near the premises.— manner, to s4j nothing of the many hor. rible oaths directed to Him, wore enough to prostrate a man of his refined and sensitive mind. Rut all this was as nothing compared to the horfiWé irl'.ipping inflict-fd Ufion his naked person ¡ Forced to lean forward over á slóol, cimir or bench hu was made to strip, and then, with a sole leather strap oigMiien inches in 'iV¿th, two inches tvldo and .about three-eighths ol An inch thick, soaked in water and fastened to a hatnllc about two feel long, lie wuH flogged siimetimes daily, sometimes four times a dily, for not per-Íóímltig a heavier task 4hati it was for him I'd do in liis state of health. again free!” thcr Ezckial, proposed to kill the nUlWnl and end ál «tice al! IMnFer trouble with taking so mucli of llie character of wild arid khfllling R'nmticd, that; to not given to idle dny-dfcainihg, or to iiidiilge in S])c«tilativc tlicorics, or bright, gloW- »V0- INFLLENCE OF SEN.SIHLE WEN. It is Ailndorous advniitngo to a man in every pursuit or avocation, to secure an adviser in a sensible In women there is at once a subtle delic.acy of tact ! and a plain soundness of judgment, wliieli    arc rarely cdittbined to an    equal degree    in man. A woman, if site    is rc- nlly your friend, will liavc a sensitive rc-garil for your i-hiiraeter, Iionor. repute. She will .scliloni counsel yon lo do a shab-liy thing, fur a woman IVieinl abv.'iys cio-sires to be proud of you. At tlie same Ho wtts given from two to ore Ittmdred    ti......... makes and seven lashes at a ti.uo    I .Wtimes    1.0 would    escape a    flogging    |    »re, seMom co.msels you    to do fora month,    and    once    six    months    passed    '    '"’F"' '-"t t img- > em.i e fneio^ - off without his he'nlg Whipped. During ! ’'''.T" '    ^'‘''“ tn -    I,,.    ^    .    , ,    I    '    wIiicMi there no aainixturc of the pas- tlio time h¿ Wüfl iinnnssoneu ho waa brw- .    «,    .    ,    .    ,    ' »    ,    Divsu    Ai ,! Sion of love, except m the iimrnoil .««tate. uilly llopceil more ti*.ah one tliousand ' .    , v x. .    .    . .    ,    °    ,    I    »    AÍ    i«!i    ■»    11    1    A man 8 friend ih a wife of cood limes becá\^e he had not fulhlcd, tlirou«»li    ,    , ,    ,    .    , ,    1    i    A-    Ai 4 1 •    sense nnd a ffood heart, wliom ho loves and exhaustion, the tn.‘*k impo- ,    ,    ,    1    »    » ,    1    .    rk    •    1    •    '    and who loves imn. If he liavo that, he .sed upon him On one oocusion, dunni' |    .    ,    ,    . , tin : need not sock cl.’^ewuero. J>ut sunposintf the last winter, a Keeper named White- ,    ,    ,    111 ,.111    X    1    the man tobe uitliout sucha helpmate, side, and the only humane man connected .    ,    . female fnend.sliips he miifit stiH Iiavc, or liim ; but Daniel looked with compassion ' ¡«g visions, tliey seem lifofe like tlie spor-tipoii this meek, dumb captive, and of- i tive creation of fatiry and the en.bodi-fered to let him go free. The boys could i meltt of leality; mid, in inmiy ctiscs, not agree, nnd eucli appealed to tbeir fa- ^ when wc iteiir of tliese reinarkablo ¡neither to decide the case.    | dents, we are loth to believe, because we ” JYclI, nty Wys,” said the old gentle- I we did not witness their Occurrence with man, “ I will be jiidge. There is a pri- oilr owtl c^cS. , Í\‘e áfS htWhys tnore soner (pointing to the Wootlchuck,) and I ready to bclieVb when seeing a thing you shall be the cóünsel and plead the ! tlian when hcarind of it. The war bag case for and agai'risl Iiis life and liberty.” developed many heroes, not only ainohg Flzckial opened the case wltli a strong hien, but among animals. 5Vc learn of argument, urging the mischievous nature the coolness and Sagacity of the war-of the criminal, tlic great linrm be bad borsc, itlo devotion and fearlessness of alrc.ady done; said that mucli time ilhd some petted biHl, and lastly, of thÜ hoble witb tlie prison management, bail directed ,. . M-, .    ^    ,    his    iiltelleet will be without a gitrdon, and r. ruii'bunk to eonl up a lot ot Wood. | ,    .,,    ,    ... , tliere will he maiiv an tinliecded crap even >V title doing tins, an under-kerpcr nnmcd '. .    A ,    ,    1    ,    ■    ;    111    its    strongest    feiiee    Rettor    and    siifer, Jeffries came along and n.sked .Mr. Fair-  received from the best Kslnhlished Msn wOetnrr.; I"'!    W'"kn‘ mVB STOCK Di AMBBIOAN ...KD K.x-liLi'dn. mmr .¿sk. Tr «3 be: I And ene of Ihe FIKESr AND sblkgtbd stocks of the latest STILES OF Jewelry and Fancy Oooda. BVEE OFFBBF.D IN THIS K.ABKET. Oitisens sad slrangcrs sre InvRed to **• smine mf Stock end I'rleei hefore ('nrehss-oz- IFe dsfy com|ietiiion. Oae pries fuo TKRMS CASH-AH goods sold by os we zuorsntee SAMtIRL T. LITTLE. , Uatlimore Street CumlisrUnd, Nd. November 13,1823. From Rev. J. 8, Herm.:n, of the Germnn Re-fonneil Dhurch, Kntftown, Bcrke County Pa. Dr. C. M. Jackton;—R«»pccic<l Sir;—! liNre bw«n tnmbkfl with DyBpcpeia nearly twenty I years and hare never lised any medicine that • ‘ did me tti« much (?ood an Hmjfljind’^ Hittcra. I RB9T I am very mneh improved In health, after havlnp lakeu five bottle*. Oalvert Iron and Nail ”Virorks. J. BOPKINSON 8HITH. IS, Soalh ChMlei 8t. Baltimore, Rati Road Splkev, llauk Hcedand Connter* sunk. VFronsht Iron Chatre, all pottonn. Rireli—Qnitor and Tank—a foil oisortment, II.vr>o and Mulo Sbooi. I) •»» o-vd Ship Spiko*. iiriJiO and Oar and Trail Bultl. 6ept i. 1383—ly Tolirs with reaiwet, J. S. HERMAN. PRICES. Larjíc Size [hotdiiig nearly qnnntily,] $1,00 per Itottle-—half dos. $fi,00 Small Size—75 wnti por BolU»—half dox. $4,00. Beware of Connterflts I geo that the signature of **C. M. JACK* SON” “    wrapper    of sach bottle. Should roar neareot dnigplsl not hare the artteir do not put off hr any of tta Intozioaling prenorat.'on»    In    lU    place, K.S to US, »"<»    "    i» ‘*^Princi]S3ce and M^nfactory No. 631 Arch Street, Phlladclphl*, JONES ¿ EVANS. Sacccttwr to C. Air. JftckniA. PBOPRiSTORS For Sale by Dvuggiatt) and Tltalv D cry town in Ihe UiUtetl' States I Feb 4 18UI—ty. TWELVE YEAIbS IN A KENTUCKY rUISON. ISTKBESTIXU .NAKKATIVE. Pome weeks ago it was annoitneed lliat Lieutenant-Governor Jacoiis of Kentucky had pardoned Rev. Calvin Faikbask out of the penitentiary of that Staid during the tom|)orury alisonee of Oovcriior Kkamlkttk. a eorrcspimdeiit of (lie Ciiicngo Trilmne who iias recently had an interview witii -Mr. Fuirbank, gives the following interesting narrativo :— Tn Novemlicr, 1851, Rev. Mr. Fair-bank was in Louisville on business connected witli 'the Oberliii (Ohio) Institute and while there was made acquainted with the case of a young .slavo girl nearly white, who was endeavoring to e.seiqic to the free States. She was tlio property of one A. L. Sliortwcll, of Ismisvillc, and was named Tamar. The story slie related to Mr. Fuirbank, tliougli sucli as thousands in her condition could triiely relate, so worked on bis feelings and «o aroused bis sympatbies and indignation that bo deteruiinud-to render her esenjie certain. On the night of Novemlier Ü, they crossed the Ohio from Louisville to Jeffersonville, Indiana. The girl secreted licrsclf in a Geld, whilu ho went in pursuit of a horse and buggy. Before daylight ho got her, cold and benumbed, into the buggy, and that day (November 3d) drove thirty-four milca into Indiana, placed her among friends, and himself returned with the liorsc and buggy to Joffersonville, where ho remained about a week. On his wa/to church the following Sunday, ho was assaulted and seised by William Ronald, the Marshal of Louisville, Kentucky (now Sheriff) and one Htainlett, a watclinmn, assisted by said ShortwcII, and thus kidnapped, ho was taken by force from Indiana into Kentucky. He was thrown into prison in Isiuisvillo, where he lay atiout five months awaiting trial, bail being required in the snin of five thousand dollars, which ho, of course, was unable to procure in that State. On the 25th of February, 1852, Mr Fairbank was arraigned for trial. Although no direct evidence was offered and nothing but the slightest circumstantial evidence given, suchas his being seen in Ijouisvilto on the same night the girl escaped, still being determined to punish him under the slave laws, they convicted him tinder their statute relating to enticing sUvee, and he waa sentenced to fif. teen years imprisonment. During the time of his imprisonmont he was subjected to the most brutal, wicked and inhuman treatment possible. When he first entered the prison, the profits arising from the labor of the prisoners wore divided between the State and the Warden or prison contractor, Each prisoner was required to perform an alloted amount of work, which waa eqaal to what a strong, well man oould do at-the utmost exertion of his strength and endurance. bank rouglily wlintlic was lining tPint for? •Mr. Fuirbank rrplioil tliat Ho tVas doing it by urder of .Jlr. Wliilosido. JeilVios ordered him not to cord up any iiiore wo<KÍ, and .Mr. Fairbank rc[diod that ho must dons dih—tud by the officer liigbcst in authority. .Icffries in a rage seized a stick of Wood and struck 5ir. Fairbank over tlifi temple a blow tliat cut to the kiill, knocking liim blind and .senseless, and which phired him in the prtson hospital for.several weeks, and from which, owing to the shock to the brain, as in thu ease of the a.“saiilt tipoii ijemitor Kiiiiiner by "Ridiy” Rronks, lie lias not yet fully recovered. How many times the heart of the poor prisoner sunk within him ; how many times ho prayed earnestly that death might end his sufferings; how lie was kept alive, and was periiiitlcd to hopo on and live, is known oiily to Ids God. Vet it is a great wonder how tlio mind could have heen preserved front utter wreck and niiii ; how it was that insanity did not deprive him long since of illl coii-seiousness of the cruel wrongs he was nh-ligc'l to Btiffet ftild endure: Rut have we not Mv explaittttloii in the knowledge tl'af ho .surt'y po.s.-esSed, tidll {here was a lovin.g ami di voted heart, mudo bH the more loving; deroied and constant hy tils civil bondage and Ibc horrors to which he was sulijeeted? Was it not that lie knew, or bad faith to believe, that her efforts in his behalf would never eease? And that he oivtd it to her, if not to himself, endeavor to bea'r with Ohristian patience nnd manly fortitude the greivous nIHiotions wliioir Lo was compelled to e.xpericiicc7 At the time of tlio iinprisonnicnt of Rev. Mr. Fairbank, be was eiigiigcd to be marriud lu Miss Mandona Tileston, of Williainsburg, JIass., a young lady of rare personal attrnetions and mental endowments. And the qualities both of heart and mind which the estimable lady pos.scB«ed, will be best illustruteJ by stating that during all the time of his imprisonment (from November, 1851, to April, 1804.) Mr. Fairbank was the one particular object uf all her thoughts, and her devoted affections. Her loving, cheerful, and hopeful letters. Were as the staff of life to him. Though stripped of all his money, clothing and property, when he was impri.soncd, and after his otiicr means failed, she sent him mohcy with which to supply wants—furnislicd him a bed, bedding, towels, linen, and funds with which to supply himself with suitable food, coffc, tea, &c., and to supply witli such comforts as it was possihle to do, and that he might not be obliged to cat the miserable prison faro wbicb was supplied by the warden. She visited him in person in 1853,1855, 1859,1801), 1863, making constant efforts to procure his pardon.    ^ .At length, after twolve years, one month and six days' dreadful imprisonment in the State Prison at Frankfort, beside the four months ho was in jail at Louisville, Mr. Fairbank received a pardon from Lieutenant Governor Jacobs, of Kentucky, and was restored to his liberty. During the last six years Mi.s Tileston has been residing in Oxford, Ohio, as a teacher, whore she might be near Mr. Fairbank, and where she could bo enabled to furnish him with continued means As soon as he was set at liberty he repaired at once to bur place of residence, whore they were married a few weeks since. On leaving the prison he was furnished with five dollars from the prison fund, and an old suit of clothes, such os a hod-carrier. might wear. None of his per- of course, siieli fiielulsliips were disparities of years or eircumstaneo.s put the idea of love out of tlic question. Middle life lias rarely this advantage, youth and old age have. AVe may have female fiieiul-ships with those iiiueb older than ourselves. 51o!ler’s old housokceper was a great lielp to his genius; ami Montaigne's pliilosiqdiy takes both a gentler and loftier ehariteter of wisdom from tlie date in whicli he finds in ilaria ilu Gourimy, an adopted daughter; ‘‘certainly beloved by me,” says llic Horaco of essayists, “With more than inuternal loiB; and involved in niy solitude ami retirement, as one of the best parts of my being;” Fcmiile frieiidsliijis, indeed, is toa man priKsidiiwi ct dula; dccitti’—•bulwark, sweet! tier, oniaineiit of his existence. To his menia! culture it is li'Valuahle, Without it all his knowh'dge uf hooks will never give him knowledge of the world.— fítdu'cr. AIkmouv.—How many mingled lileni-oi'ii ' are liiddrii away in every soul, memories of good and ill, of joy and sorrow, that wait Ihe wooing of the will lo spring into vi\id and glowing life Is'foro li.s, of stiift tiiihiden into our preseliec in till' quiet honr.s of loneliness and meditation. How thu Koiil call swoop liáektvard over the history of it.v being, and bask itself iti the golden sunsliinc of the long ago, and li.steii to tlio sweet ini'lodies that make eternal eoiieord in the soul's inner temples Iho sWeet intonations of song tliat thrilkil us with a mystic j'ly years ago, eomes floating into oiir witli a dreary rapture and a peace like that of Tl'.e Eden Above ;” so, too, wc bend over tlic dear faces liiat liavc been hallowed hv tlic associations of imr lives, with a quiet joy, niinglel, perchance, with a tinge of sadness that all they represent and suggest to us is ir-revoeably gone .save in its results and in-flueiieo upon oiir plastic, hearts. The world knoweth not the hidden life witliin us, and the stranger intorinoJdleth not with our joy; yet who may tell the potent sway these memories have held in moulding and developing our spiritual natures to a higher and better being ? Mi- Eairbauk’a strcuglh and Jiealth soon failed him, and he was utterly inci- ' sonal property was surrendered to liimi Im.K OiuLS.—The number of idle. Useless girls in all our largo cities Eccms to bo HÍcadíIy Increasing. They lounge or sleep through the morning, parado th streets during the ufternooii, nnd n.sscm-ble in frivclous companies of their own and other sex to pass away tlieir evenings. What a store of unlni) for themselves and efher.s are they laying up for tho coming time, when real diilies nnd high rcsponsihilitiea shall ho tlionglll-Icssly assumed! They aro skilled in no domestic duty nay, they de.spiso them; have no habit of industry nor Insto for the useful. AVhat will they ho as wives and mothers? Alas for the husbands and cliilJren, and alas for themselves. AVho can wonder if domestic nnlnippiness nr domestic ruin follows. It is one of the world's oldest maxims that idleness is the motliur of all evil nnd wretchedness. IIow sadly strange is it tinit so many parents—mothers cs[iceiuliy—forget this, and bring up tbeir children in dainty idleness. They aro hut sowing the wind to reap tho whirlwind. Thb SniiswKD QtTAKKR.—A young advocate boasting of his readiness to undertake the uf any person accused of crime, declared he would as soon undertake tho cause of a man whom he knew to lie guilty as one whom ho believed to be innocent. An aged Quaker being present, he appealed tei him for tho correctness of liis views. “What say you to that, old gentleman?” ‘‘Why Isay,” replied tho Quaker, “that if thoo jlived in niy neighborhood, I should keep .my stable loekod—that's all.” labor had boon spent in his capture, iiiid if he was Suffered to live and goilt lal'gc; he would renew his dcprcdntiuns, and bo cnnning enough not to suffer himself to bo caught again, and that ho oiigiil now to bo put to death ; thiit his skin was of some value, and that to make the most of him they could it would not repay half the duninge he had alrcády dune; His argument was ready, practical, and to the iioiiit, and of much greater Ihugtli than our limils will alluff tis to occupy in relating the story; The father looked with pride upon liiS son, who bticiiitto a distingdishcd jurist in his nianllOod. “Now, Dallleli it’s your turn; I'll hoar whtll you have Id It was'Iiis first base. Datiici saw that the plea of his brother had sensibly affected his filtllcr, the judge : nnd as his largo; liTilliant, biacil eyes ídilteií upon thd Soft, tiiiild exprofls'otl of the nuimal, and qs he saw it trcinhie witli fedr in his mtrropr pri.son house, his heart swelled Willi pity, nnd he n|ipealed WitH eloquent words that his captive might ¡¡d ffbfc.— God, he said, llad made the woodchuck; he had mudu him td live, to enjoy the bright sunshine, tho pure- air, the free fields nnd woods. God had not made him nor anyliiihg in vain; the wooilciiubk. I1.I1I as much right to live as any other living thing ; he was not a destructivo animal; the wolf and fox were; he simply ate a few common vegetables, of which they had plenty and coütd well sjiHro a part; he destroyed nothing except the littlo food ho needed to sustain his humble life; and that litllb food Wds as sweet to hiili, ittid its licbessary to liis kxistdncc, us was the food to liim U|H>n their iiiotlier’s table. God furnished their own fixid ; Hu g.nVd (llbm all they possessed; nnd would they not spare a littlo for the dunih creature, who really had as much right to his simiii pharc of God'S libunty as llicy themselves íiait td thcr portion'; yea, more : tlie Iiad tibvcr violated the laws of God, as inilfl ofteli did; httt strictly followed the sililiilb ihStihtts he had received from the Imiuls of tiifc Creator of all tliltigs. Created by God’s hands, he had a right from Gml to life, to food, to liberty ; and they had no right to deprive him of either. Hu alluded to the mdte, hilt earnest pleadings of the animal for that life, us sweet, as dear to him us their own was to them ; nnd the first judgment they might expect, if in selfish cruelly and old-henrtcdncss, they took the life they could not restore again. During this appeal, tears had started to the old man’s eyes, and were fast running down his siin-hunit cheeks; every fueling of a father’s heart was stirred within ; lie saw the future greatness uf his son before his eyes ; lie felt that God had blessed him and his children beyond the lot of rumnion men; his pity nnd sympathy were awakened by the clo<piciit words of compassion, and the strong appeal for mercy; and, forgetting the judge in tho man and tho father, he Sprang from his chair (wliilu Daniel waa in the midst uf his argument, without liliiiklng he had already won his ciuie,) aud turning to his oldest s<,n, dashing thu tears from his eyes, exclaimed—“ Zeko, Zukc, you let that woodehuek go “riiiNTra’s CAN nKAD AxVthino.'’— The preceding remark is often made by corrcsjKindeuts nnd advertisers as an excuse for Iialf-spcHing Words, abbreviating tecbniealities, and slovenly nnd un- faitlifuhiess and liofolhtn of the dog. Tho horsn, withciiit betraying any bniOtibh of fear, bears bis gallant rider into tho very jaw9 bf death; tho bird proudly flaps its Wings ahil Adils its solig to tho scrceoli and roar of bntlle; nnd tho dog bravely Sdvnnces with his loved iHástor when the regiment sweeps forward on the terrible charge, and lie is aiid oven spoit-ivc amid tho fearful sheet of flame, the ilutndering cohocs, and tlie carnage of the (jfcnd battle-field. ’If the master falls, he watches by his side, nnd fondly iibVs his hlcorling wounds. Rravc in spirit, and faithful in sagacity, the dog is the proudest of the lieroes of the dumb-brnte creation. Ve.llbWay wc gazed upon one of these dog heroes, and learned his eventful story. Three years ago, when the 11th Ohio Y biiHilb'bf Infantry left Columbus, Ohio, fof lllb field Bf War, a young lady presented to company A bf tliofcgimont, a beautiful hright-cycd spaniel. The dog was young, hhd bb^hmo the pot of the company. Tho men guarded it at ,*irst as much for tlie bright eyes of flio fair lady as for tho docility nnd sagacity of tho animal. The spaniel was named Curly and it early fofititid a Warni Rttnchmont for the company, and sliarcd ih all of its triumpIiH and dangers. The regiment was first thrown into Virguitn, and in all of the bloody scctics of the íhstcl-n campaigns—tho sanguindty battles of McClellan—CUtly followed liis fcompally, and amid tho smoke and flame, fire aiei ear-nage, exhibited a coolness and hiavcry marked aud astonishing. It niattored not where the rempany thargcd, it was followed by tlio faitliful dog. At two different times Ourly was Scfiously wounded on tlic battle-fields of Virgiiiid. The members of tho company kindly dressed tho bleeding wounds and nursed tlicir put until lib Was iigiiin able for the march.— The old lltli witii fich. líóo’lceí’s corps was transferred to the Asmy of tlio Southwest. At liie battle of CÍliíekamauga the faithful dog W.ISrtgain wounded, and .separated ffom the regiment; 'The men lllbtight tliat ho had been killeij; ilnd gave up all hnpcS bf eVst seeing him HgáiH.— About three weeks after the fight, the fegiraciil Was surprised to see the wounded dog coming limping into camp. As •oon as he found hiS bid coinpany,’ Curly exhibited the wildest joy. He was reduced ulinost to a skeleton, and appeared to be suffering deeply. Yet, when fond led by tho men, he harked and wagged his tail with unniiNtaknhIo delight. Skil ful nursing nnd kind nttuntinii had njiow-orful influence on the dog, and he rapidly recruited in strciigtli, nnd grew ronch bettor. At the storming of Lookout Mountain, tho 11th Ohio aided in the gallant cliargo, and bravely faced tho storm Ol leaden hall. Again Curly was unfortunate) he Was severely wounded in the right shoulder by a Mihlo hall, from the effects of which be is now sifffcflttg.— When the 11th passed tHroogff Nashville some two weeks ago c» rotttc fot home, to be mustered out of the service, the faithful animal, in the hustle of the movement, was separated from the men and left behind. On arriving at Ijouisvillc, the regiment offered a largo reward to anybody who would restore to them their idol—the noble. faithful Curly. The reward prompted parties to iiinko ililigcnf search, and yesterday the dog was received fironi Nnsliviile, at tho office of Oaptain Dunn fcoSbPriritiiig OP ALL KINDS-.SPCÍÍ jílí BOOKS. PAMPHLElB, MAxXÍÍÍs'tS BILE-IIE-AD??', rat-frottS; cilECK-ROLLS.. BLANK FORMS, BUSINESS bARbS; . ^ S-VLt TICKETS’, Xc;; EXECUÍEO BriTH IrXATlms it faiíPATCÉ AT THE OFFICE OF THE ^iuilian ttnH ®:clcgrapij7^ 11 A “"I’Fb' of Mnpristrates’ and Const* Declarstions, *c, at SiiooTiNu Si.Gw.—There was a maii who, wlien tho stars were all out above, and tho munieip.'il stars were all complaisant low, used to rig up a telescope wherewith to study Astronomy, at a six pence a squint. One night as he wqa gfetting nndet way. I saw two Irish genUemcn taking an observation of his movement?. Both wdfo jidlrceméa. “Jamey, yo divil,” 821(1 <5he, “what in tho wurruld is yon fellow aftb^ With liis machinery?” “Whist y« spdipeen,’* whispered the oRier, “sure, can’t ye see, that it’s an air-gun cannon tliat he’s got? He’s aP thcr shootldg ÍÍío fitíi-s. Hb Is.” “Hadn’t wc better begetting ont u^ the way thin?” “Arrih, shfe; and it’s not us,” was the answer. “Didn’t yon never hear of shooting stars?” By this time tho telescopo man luj arranged bis insttument and squinted througli it at tim stars. 'Tho policemen gaited up llkswiao in wonder. Just then by an odd chanco, á large meteor shot down tlie sky. Bodud, lie hit it—he's fetched it down.'” cried botll dio Paddies in a bFealh. “Sure an’ that’s tho greilcsl shooting I ¡ver saw in all my life!” But a sense of duty at once prevailed, niid oho of th'orn rudely accosted the mafl of science—. “Ye’ll just stop that now, MiVthcr, av yo plazo. Tho night is dark etjoftgh now, plinty, nnd av yo go on shooting stars at that rato, sorra a man’ll find bis way about the stratc.” And tíié telescope mah fed io piik njf nnd bo off; Drill iob Voluntezrs.—FaÜ ín To good ways and habit*, which will bo likely to conduce to jour benefit. Attention—To your own bfisiaofiB, and never mind other people’s. Right Face—Manfully do your duty, and don’t be glad of a pstty excuso for sliirking it. Quick March—From tempifition to do any thing which is mean or unmanly. Halt—AVhen consoicncb tells you thai you are not doing os you would like to be done by. Right about Face—From dishonestv and falsohood. Present ArmS_ebeerfully, when your wife asks you to carry tfe táhr for her Brook Off.-Bad habits, a'nd every-thing which is likely to retard your ad-vandcraontn the world. Nonf.-* TnorotiTs.—r -hoTcr found pride in a hoblo nature, nor humility in an unworthy mind. Of all trees, I oh- servo that God hnth chosen the vine a low plant iLdt ifcopB lipoh the ftolpful wall: of all boaslS; soft and patit’fft lambj of all fowls, tho the mííd and gúndész dove. ’When God appeared to Moses, it was not in the lofty cedar, nor tho spreading palm, buta bueh, an humble, abjco'i bush. As if ho would by those selections check tho eonoeited arrogance of malt. Nothing prodocoth love like humility; nothing hate like pridd. Two rxABs ago the three hcavicsl operators in Wall street Were not worth a singlo dollar. One of them was a ticket vender at Btaten Island. Now, that man eontrol* stock enough in one of tho heaviest railroads to elect a President. Wall street is a study to tli6 simple. Mon not worth fifty dollars to day may ho r,-orth fifty thousand to'-mors row, nnd tho half made millionaire of today, may bo without a dime to-morrow. Such is life in the stook marketr ^    >    ■    .    It,    . DootOR khi you tell me what’s tbo matter oí my child’s nose? Bho keeps a picking of it." “Yob, marm; it’s probably aa irrita-of tho grastio niuooú.s membcnibrane, coiirmunicating a sympathetic titillation to the cpithclum of the echocriam.” “Thar, now, that’s Just what 1 toM Becky. Sim ’lowed it Wfls Wormms.” readable Writing generally. Tliere is no j ^ forwarded to Coluiiibiis, Ohio.- He doubt printers arc better decipherers of is still sufforing froift his last wound, yef bad manuscript than other classes of persons, hut when, for instance, a inorcliant writes that he has received five barrel» Bts., ten pounds Cls , His somewhat difficult to tell whether tile merchant really means boots, biscuits or bwtternuts, ehcesc or churas, cloves, clocks or dams. Neoro SurFRAO*.—“Massa, m you in favor of negro suffrage ?” said Csto io me this moming. “No Cato, I am not prepared to go that length, just yet.” “Wall, ma.Ksa, I’so glad to hear dat. wears a oheorful look. Afownd his neck U clasped a steel oolfnr—placed there three years ago—with the following in scription : “I am comp.any A’sdog; whoao dog are you? 11th Ohio Volunteer In fantry, U. S, A,” Wc tfndcstaud that this noble horo of the canine spoeics will be forwarded to the Governor ef Ohio to*doy, who id tends to make him «W hotnrary nwimber of Ü1C capiui, Hcfcfurns from thehat-tfe-ficld a ’‘War-Worn voterat»,” inarkod with hoftorahle Woimds< and Wftii' a history of which the proudest wigbt well bo prottd. Noble' Curly, faithful dog 1 -he Woso had suffering enough when weso slaves, an if de Yan'xccs wants to make 1    Uhio    should gratefully cherijh negro sufferage de law, now we is free, I Jonr memory as the uobiest of your spo say die is bad as de rebels, dat I do.” cies! A shopkeeper once wrote to hia The last excuse for orinoline is that sister, “Our aged father died yesterday the “weaker vessels need much hoop-of a largo assortment of disorders.” I ing.”    ’    i ‘ ‘Do yoti enjoy going fo church now ?’ Itskcd a iady callet Of Mrs Partlngtdhv ”i/nw nto, I do,” replied >frs. Parting-toH/ “NothiVfg does me so much good it* to get up real early on Sunday niorn-ing, fix tfp, nnd go to church, and hear a real smart rtfinister dispbnso with tho gospel.” “Comb don’t bb timid,” said a couple of siUy snobs to two mechanics; “sit down and make yourselves our equals.'’ “We should have to blow our brains out to do that,” was the reply. ^3)' Pleasure, like quicksilver, is bright and shy. If wc try to grasp it, it still eludes and still glitters. We per-haps seize it Ct feat and find it rank poison. •-;-WWJK—-- A WAO seeing a lady at a party with a very low neck dress and bore arms, ex-presssd his adiuiratioa by seyin^ she “out-sirippetl the whole part/r (Jek have a touchstone whereby to trf goid, 'uirt gokl is tho touchstoM wbeteb/ to try men. You are • queer chicken, u the hew said when she hatcbed’n duels.

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