The Beaver Argus. (Beaver, Pa.) 1862-1873, August 13, 1862, Image 1

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beaver Apeias.
Wednesday, August 13th 1862.
T. C.NICHQLSON & Ca., Propijetow.
~TE RM S —OXI ahdTirxTCaJn'h
v per' annum, is advabc* ; otherwise Tiro bot
-, iab*4t2l be 1 barged. I So, paper dlaeontihued
until »U arrearages are settled. •
'■ jgy Lett era and communications, by
x illall taie prompt attention. :
J. [Friin the Boston Journal, j
ill midnight, Colonel Fry, with
□Dowers, assembled in * .dimly
< and, with their left 'Sand on the
to defend it "and redeem Old
v S
a bfltid
Jighrcci cabin
, |‘cnncs£o#. fr
't ;-We
■ The'
swgar by the Flaj
tear.old Flag,
of ‘the brave am
■•., .The Flag
And i
' . , With :
iur God will help,
His strong right i
i Old Tennessee.”
To icdc’ci
liters echoed
. ■ The;)
t>f that b
I .■ Who
earnest words
are and undaunt
.Tima pledged thcjr faith
Ta God, s and their own lored land.
“}Vet wear bj the Flag, 1 ■
The d ear old Flag,
The Flag of ‘the I rare and the frefcj'
And our God will! help.
With ilis strong-right arm,
iVredecuj Old, Tennessee.'’.|i •
were gray hair'd sires,
hearts of^stcel,
ixl Lad Lecn freely given
ahood's prime
r Unions weal,'
trait rvus foe Lad’riTea. ;
Father will Le.vcrf-'-
us o ■ fei'i a k'e.” ■ :
n again shall sec I.
ng of our Union j
r its folds ~ j , .
Old * j
V*'bcjje bio
, lii ma
Our c.
Jiis diildn
. T!.< 3 F
V\ rtvin
.Over aeuj-
were sturdy men,
ir hair'd.youth, I
! u'r brothers all,
I steguJj- resign’d
i rtiau,holJs dear,
heir ifounlrj-'s^aU.
■ore by the Flag, ’
Flag, i
’ -the brave and the free;’
»’d Gud th« help 1 ■
strep-g right ana ■
And f*
FliliiOr?. ; JX >
' c ’ Who hi
All ib
;T‘> ur.srrcr
Tbev s
I'o'i the
■*l fao o
And as
or nis
l o redeem OiU Tennessee
'■. ' s
•: WitliEmds njJlfteJ"'
And with right armjjaxed—■
IWrh faces upturned jp'll
That uufiinehijjgthand,
v , I\ ifh-tv ltHan oath, *
I’leJgwl all that God had give
To pro Cvt 'the .Flag,'
The do: r old flag. ;
- * la S °f Alhe braVe and th
. .. forthehft.
Of His ; trong right orin>
To redßcni^d))d,Tcnu r *'. j ei
And Goi
has’beard t if
.'•Those t
And acccpur
And has
Of His :
arhest words.
? J- the pledge |
a lent the power.
strong right arn?*
Old Tennesse
to save;
.And oom
the Flag,
old. Flag,
[The dca
The Flag of-
the brave and tire*
y waving '
iiid stripes : • ‘
>ld Tennessee'^
Its stars
■* Over grand t
£ i-urx Soldikus with Blood
•Hoi'M-s.— at» Memphis'
!&m ti>u. bane-car capita ref 1 ifouudf
ben. Grant had determined On
;. !;iiiiigoui to the scenetofthe.disaster,' t
. Ui? |kh .Illinois', cavalry, five cbm pa-,
and die s.?tb Ohio regiment. Ij
d to ry my-luck again, and. j
til'd invitation pf?Cjol. Gris- j
v 'tllv.t rthc Gilt. .tOiaccorhpanyjhim, we j
mi the’ evening of the Friday j
■.afurtlic caplui e. Saturday morning j
round the -erniins <)f the) engine.!
aQ d train. This was three miles libin /
■ -hviinantown, ;i teiwn jot abouli 100 ,
uiiiabitahls, all thy ■ra.irjjes.t kinidf of!
rru'ers. .AA e pad 1 not been on the j
_ Stoukl- half aihljonr. bclbro infofma
, eon; was received that our n en had
teca hunted scwjn by bounds. Yes!
•■‘•. V had used a'new arm in, civilized
,-Thc hounds' used to hunt
-4a' runaway ( battels vverp for the
v' { I .‘ n ,‘, e us cd t!o hunt white men. A
•HeCash, wJj&Uved near the f ceiio of
’ :,(1 disaster, hgs a . pack of s x ceie
watc-d hounds ;i in s fact, pets, as Mr.
-iWi altcryrard itolci the. These were
rf. * & .°s> e ; and put on the scent; of the
rluioisansand fight well they worked.
Twcnty-fivcror. thirty : were .hunted
vWii; some whe had run eight miles
"Vine woods and brush, j One man
C T Afjjow'ede fifteen. rrtiles, chut for.
n ason did not touch him, and
•j r ‘ ; uig he eould'make friends With the
ysb if not tluir masters, liej finally.)
-Another was not so: lucky. |
,“ e ( -v.-. ? caught in a corn-field, and
G.ove the humane cavalry could come
Capture him, the. hphiids bad torn
(■•iwidcrablvg'' This may' be
Moiiglit by, some of your readers as
fiI** 1 ** tale of some excited, negro. To
l, e f P rc i thernegfocs first (‘ )ldt us of
|u.c lact, but as those w ho had escaped
I -atne struggling back, the Caine
"?■ vght., ilXeiin County men were
, &se d- and caught—freed until 4,heif
.'?!>tors could find time to call the
gs® off And take possession,. ot their
t-isohcTs. 'One.|'Blooming(bnian, fie-
J ‘° the jUth Illinois, just r&-
among (ho unfortunates
if 1 ': 8 tiur.c. I did not learn.—Cbr,
{ill.) Pantograph.
.was sow
,s.S ro »nd. one of two swells who
i s i ?. ri y' n K recalled to him with an
K,J C o l , air: “It is jour business to
'' ve , . rCi |P the iruifs of yqur
ttlx- '^. vr o ir -;h- t he, countryman qui
r‘| l ’ cd > ‘‘ ll js very likely you
•j m I »rn sc.wipg hemp.” ; -
'i,'. • t
.' 4ir
• w.,c
• ,
- 7••
: ?
tlSv -fijajcter.j'
THE ittfeN Ipirn *thb
fiic-Wd '< Cecil said in th
onetion .to his sermon on 1
Patriot, ’‘To meet every when
We, citizens, in arms 1 to hi
and gardens daily echo will
°f martial exercises ! surely
speaks a time critical—als
.new'!■ a-time which a.xninistc
but feel, and ought not tt» nn
>vo live fir such times, and i
Should every minister be AilIV
but every Christian Should
aroused-to the pressing nece
the hour. - Action ! action 1 s
the watchword of; the hour,
activity, zeal and'courage, tbs
bo deep humility, earnest pra
an overcoming faith. ‘-The i
ferront prayeK of a rightoi
availeth much " ' And do we i
•something just at this momi
ill. avail much, for our hr av e i
fpr our Government, and for
ciency and success of ptir t.
When -the Government*'calls f<i
hearts aiid ready hands, to coni
ily toi i(sJielp,‘do ,wh not uee
thing-tdgive a new impulse to'
riotismlln the exmlemoi
hurry, and anxiety, do wo npl
wonderful putpguring of th«
Spirit ?! "VV ell, ‘ The effectual,
pniyer of U rightfcous availeth
These are the kind ofprayerst
now needed. W.o Want Christi
riots—men wlib, like Enoch
wa,k with- God—men whodoi
closets,, and the prayer-meetiii
whose hearts are temples - of th
Spirit, a lid who intercede by d
by bight, with the Eofd, imbfc
par struggling, nation.. Such m
pray that the-sword now in th
of the .Government; be made “a
to evil doers,” and if a terror
doers,,it-: will certainly; be apr
those., who do weif. These f
intercessors (would that, 1 then
many more ot them ! ) hrO bless
onr! coijhtry and the Church., J<
delights in contemplating .them,
this irnib will 1 look, even to hi a ..broken, and 1 , contrite i
For the sake of humble believe)
spares wicked. nations, 1 among - ,
they 'd veil, even as h e Would
spared IrJodOm, had there bee:
, righjfeot s persons, found therein
as hl> spared Jorusalenllong fo
“fry riti -;
fold" blessings; 'as, T tin ‘13gyp t, IbJ
sake’Of Joseph; on the bouse of 1
edom. for the sake of the Ark; p
widow of Zarephath, for the s:
Elijah; and on Babyjon.rforthe s;
Daniel. ' ' i -
the free; 1
id band,
?; . k
' What a is to the Ch
ana nation when there are many
i-ing tip themselves to take hoi
God. These, like Moses, stand ii
breach to turnTaway the wrat
God. ‘■Therefore,, he said, tlwJ
would destroy them, had not 3J
his chosen,? stood in the 'bread
turn away’ his wrath, jest ho s!
’■God can do nothing cpiitfary
1 perfections; All. his actings ar
Unintedfatp result'of them. Bi
I pleases Jiiiu, that his saints in sei
■ of.national distress should plea*
! perfections, .and, as it were, take
|of them in holy, humble, for veil
j portunityv Someof his greatest (
| and manifestations of his perfee
; upon eartlf have been performs
j answer to the prayersmnd accoi
; tpHhc pleadings of his praying pc
j AVas he ready to spare Sodom \
■was in conformity to the pleading
■ Abraham, who took ho.ld of his
j lice aiidi righteousness. \Vhy dii
spare Israel in the desert, after i
idolatry and rebellion, upon there;
of the spies ? Because, as it, is
Moses would not suffer him to tics
them; hcjltook such hold of bis pe
lions. Why did he restore 1 Jerus;
.after tli® seventy years’ captivity
In answer to the prayefs of D;
and thej angel 1 of the Lbril, pledi
the! rtgh teoiisfiess, faithfulness, ‘
mercy- of God. Those who have g
to take hold‘of God in this man!
are j thej pillars of a Chm-eh and
strength of a nation. Thus it is
dentil that the great strength b _
Church|or nation .does hot consist in
the outward forms, privileges aud mul
titudes of the onb, nor in the wealth,
population, laws or armies of the pth
er, but in those among tnem who c|h
istantly pffer up the jjifcctual, fervent
j prayer of ’the righteous man. .When
ilezekiah and Isaiah cried tor God;
Sennacherib and his Hosts could not
even approach Jerusalem. O i how
many, like Isaiah amkHczckiali,should
be- at thi throne of grace, pleading im
portunately for the success of -pur
aims and the restoration of peace,
when brothers, husbands; fathers and
sons;ar<4 sacrificing their Hyes on the
alfar of llieh- country ! The humblest
j belicyer ijih the land‘bus a power at the
j throne oj grace,- which not even !ar
.mies and navies possess; j .
But' vve arc not to,'expect tbo ehd;
while we neglect the means. ‘'Abra
ham believed God; but, ,op a proper
occasion, ho armed ■ bis'.trained ser
; vania tborn in his own house'; three
! hundred and ,eighteen, and, alterjre
covering his'brother, was met on nis
return and blessed by>, Melchizedec.
Jacob wrestled, with. God for defiver'-
a nee from a fern el :avenger;.'bnt'Stijil
flamed, with as mpeh policy as it he
had never, prayed ; David .waajwtse
if not frwffpptbbisbow; bat did be
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i the din
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isilftS of
Jot wilb
ire must
■ffeetiinl vnst dcal of rfnxioty, quite §uhcr
mim as_wethink, is expendedupon
ibt nrnrf 110 <l u *stfpn- of intervention—that is
nt tlinf t 0 n P )n the infinitely debatable
-Question; -tef: probabilities 1 , whether
the eS' !> nce « England, or both, will ,med
rhJ ? I_ dle in our American affairs. Asifoui'> • optional existence were dependent on
AfcnprH ! l ie of Count • Pcrsigny- Or
u some Lord Palmerston ! [Why should this
Mir bat- & lh ® P er P elual topiO bfl debate ?-
f ? j [[That France and' England: wiit med-'
'* ij a ! die in our affairs there is ino eartbh'
t. , .i'lbubt. Both have been doing so irom
f. i he. time [ the rebellion broke out. I To
»«*?•»*' they will openly ihter
i " une ihrhehalf of, the rebellion hsre
* tLo only question, i That will I
of r ) ldi'p d , CtC r n,inecl niotinly by the Success
e their I J'- , e federal army within the next
, r . J. J 5 i hundred days. The; French protecto-
ATTbU-!™ 710,0 i is to ° “bsurd to be thought
nv arid if 0 ••but thjat the rebels, in ease ofipro
hfllf nf; 1 ! ,n S ed struggle, arprcadj'lto offer it,
mi will 1 111 U e v"Pbi by no means-ini probable.
i>*l nrlll' The decisive -overthrow of the rebel
terror 11/'I 1 /'' 11 , b > v tlle capture of its strongholds,
to evil! l hebmohd, Charleston, Savannah, Mo
afee i b ,le an( l Montgon§>iy, would phtafde
iiifliti-i c sivc etul to the s;chtjme of u .French
“‘ ;On the other Land,
n _. t u| so invites jbreign intervention
boviili n -’ dilatory, indecisive movements— :
: ‘>To England niayNiven make
n tlrii P apsiblo excuses to the world for in-:
Wirit*’’:' tcrference,- if the war be protrapted
s God ailot b cr year. For this reason, if for
whom every energy should be put
hnvn to suppress the accursed rood
-1 The civilized world is the spcc
i nodi'* 21 the struggle. | *
>r the if intervention._co moaJj« in,*
ted*‘thani the' armed intervention of
I France an id Great Biltain; . Mutt as
deprecate hbtV quart els, it is :er
ltr^a|n' -T! will, jfDtliiy occur, cvbkd
“Sinetv energies, Buchan the world has
1 e °*.j never seen, for' resisi.ance. |[ No loss'
icei tain that the spi'r, t of thc.lcyql
hurch J north will never yield or concede! one
stir- j'iota to thje rebellion. Whatever sny
ud ol j broilmenta may accrue from abroad, it
1 the ji s absurd jto suppose the governir ent
i.h of; of the Tjnitetl .States', tvhile it haspi
It ho standing place upon earth, will ever
I oses, consent to. the -pretensions of this r«j
-b to bellioniH-ifnri'. Td-.t I
liould ; , :.j._ , '•.j" ■* ",
. John Quincy Adams.
' the i iVhcn John Quir.cj' Adamsiwas min
u-t . i t ! ist'ir to the Court o r riiolland| Lc j un
isons i cd a society of learncjl men j|vho net
'l his !P ni:e a wcefe for mutual improvement,
hold ® r ’ ' i^t i a,ns > though one of the young
i im- e i st utctn.beKij.sotJM. bcehmej a jgreat fit-,
ecds VP^j'to; his tonecj mind and de
ions lj? 1 »tfal conyersatipa wonthiin many
'j j u trie hds, Andy receiving as much enjoy
dine- melt as-lic.giivd, he Was always pe nc
)plm tuall J pJ-o« c «t- ; ” . | 1^
•) jy i'f>n one occasion, however, the m ;ct
s of was adjourned ievoning.
: us . Mrl Adams Was not there, jlt was ap- j
j j ie I pointed on the ncxt ijiinday bveni ig.
h e i r !Mr| Adam? was nof%hore. filis fel
nTsbt I low! mcmUoi-s noticed- and ri gretted
*!iid • b’ 3 absence. On the .third Sunday
[ ro d [ipvening'it met, Mr.-Adams’ chair Wasj
•fee- rr 11 'vacant. Many were surprised,
] em j tnal; he, who was formerly so prompt
? land-punctual, should thus 'suddenly.!
piel ; break off. j '' - ' I' '
!!„„ > |^o w d'd >t happen ? Press ’of busi-
ues.‘ was supposed. At last the meet-i
■ace ’jS 5 tvorel rctiirbed to a wcck-day feve
ner,—and lo!—there was 1 Mr. 'Adams
tl,g bis place, as |
ev j i evei. ’ The members welcomed’ him'
bad:, and [expressed IhojSr sorrow that
' press of .business or duties of his of
fice should have so long deprived them
ofj his company. Did ho let that {go
as the reason ? . ! [
• {“Mot business engagements hinder
ed me,” rjoplied be; ‘‘ybq tnet On tht
Lord’s day—that is'a day devoted to
religious by me.” ' j ! '
31) then told them ho bad been
brought up in a land where the Sab
bath was Strictly observed, and from
ait that lie had. felt and seen, he was
convinced! of the unspcakablq {advan
tage s always arising from the faithful,
oteefvfcnce of It. I
Ho resolved tint to
trail in chariots or In .horsiest but did
m deitroy them,?” 1 " , , J |
. And' now, mny[ not all gob'd hVeh
confidently hope and pray that the ro
snlts of this great struggle, which at
jpreseiit teonVnlsbh aha crashes the
cohhlr£, inh^ be the' establishment of
ipur nationality on h'basis mbre e'n'dhf
ing. ' As the pelting'storms and driv
ing winds cause the oak of the forest
to sink its roots deeper and to clasp
more firmly the solid rock, so may
this storm of rebellion, which is now
shaking! so.terribly the Tree of our
liberties; bhuSe it.[ to sink its roots
deeper and to clasp taorei vigorously
the heart of the nation. : I>. A. C;
• Rochester, Pa., jhiy 2d, 'B2.
j intervention;
Na utoW tsdAPß.—One of tho wound
ed! soldiers at the York J Hospital,,bas
truly made a harrow escape. , A bullet
passed through his arm, penetrating
through a teslamcnt in a side pocket;
aed hetween the testament and bis
j>ers<in,|wjtS ft small memorandum book
in the pocket, containing the holy print.
The memorandum book, too,Was pierc
ed a mdstltp the inner! leaf. These
boojk 3 slived his life. Here' is an ifl
stahe e that the precious scripture saves
mortal-is well as immortal litcS.
joever is courteous,
d, is a trite. igeDtlei
learned or g faberei
Ipr byfel
lilt Alteii
died at it
l&nniba) wi
r the fhll' ot
I ' chosen!
ven, |he"
4 the Kdr
ty-fphr, ho,
Afripa into
ScipSo, ‘on tin
routed Sem
defeated Fh
country, |’de)
and Warro,
at tne age o
ihg at the '
Si|pi6 d
teen Iw hob hi
the battle dl
life qfhisfal
Roman cavai
theii| leader,
backs : to/th<
was Stwenty,
Consul of 8p)
Carthage jby/
defeated, sucv
nitalSsi brothfe
crossed into’: 5
Syphiix, duds
turned to Spain,
tion [there, dro’
wholly from tl
to Rome, devlr
the Cartbagihi
war into Afri>
stroypd fhO an
ted the return
fen tea' Asd rubai
Franks before hi
the gfeo of twchi
picrod Aquitahi
Avebiy-nine he
of thpwhole -f
and i
hcr&'trtw ou. j-xnt\T
he had Subdnetl Sa.v . jit Uybn-T
ty-sevbn hb was con due ,g his viicto
riqns troops into"'the hem of Russia,
when |a severe Wound prevented- Lis'
taking Command .inipers.injund result;'
ed ililhig overthrow} and subsequent
treacherous captivitif in.TnrkeV.}
, Lalayette w-as ia taiajjiir-general in j
the American army i x iue age of cjgh f- j
but; twerfy jv lieji he was
wounded at but twenty-!
two nfjien he raised I Replies for In's
anny|oTi his own enidibit Bdltimofe; 1
and bjit tbirty-threel yben. raised to j
the opco of xomnairier-in-chief of'
the Rational Guardf [of Prance. ■ .* j
ItUSolcon tecqnuncnced hik
tnilitayy ear£er,as art tffic*- of artil
lery, Sat "the ago of se reiteen. At
twenty-four 'ho sneccjssfil ly omniand
ed the artillery iit Tq|ilqj. Lis splen
did and victorious camp.* igr in Italy
was p :rformed at th« age c twenty
seven. During the jncxt.y it, wheii
ho wa) about twcntjijcig it, i gained
battle oyer] the Auptrii ns In Italy;
’ conquj >rcd "Mantua, emit d tie war in;
to Au itrittj lhAaged tfyr)!, bhOlnded
an advantageous peace, tool posses
sion of MdaU and tie 1 Ventian re
public] j revolutionize!! Ger»a, and
termed the r spulic. At
the age. of twenty-mpe horeceived
the command of th 1 ?. army against
"■Egypnj scattered the elands ffliara;
el like jcavidry, i master ed. Alkandria;
Aboubir arid. Cairo, snd; writed the
land c f the Pharaohs; and lolemies
from be proud deseenidan of the
prophet.' At thirty hb Pep ajongifhc
Parisii ms like,, at thbnderhjt, /over- '
threw the ' dictatorial gffe-nment;
disper ed the council yjf. fls' hundred,
and w is proclaimed first ponsiil. ’At
the tig3,Of thiny-bneihebossed the
Alps v ith an army, arid dbtrtyed the
Austrians by a blow aW Mlrehgo. At
the age of thiHy-twd hejostabhsl ed
the Code qf Napoloot; ii the sa nb
year hb was. elected C Usulfor life by'
the people; 'and at the tb hirty-threb'!
he wnsprowned Erupot f ofvhe French
people!.• ; . '■ j'• j; j
. Wili[am Pitt, the| fin rcalrlbf 'Chat;
ham, was but twenty; venWears-of
ago when as a tncmboi ¥ Pafliameut.
ho waged the war d ; ny
. .Vllgl
the corruption’of [,'Sil
polo. ; i i-'..
The youngetj Pitt wai
ty years of age .-trhhfl
powcfhfe grappled, wit
6f Parliament,! in javij
At twenty-two 1 ' be Iwal
high - and responsible |
ceYlor of the exchequ
that ago when hef can
might on the affairs d
dies. At twenty-nine, h
insanity of ; George |
around the Prince of «
i Edmund Burke, at til
teen, planned a refutatr
theories of
Hame: At twenty he W
pie, thd admiration of ii
the brillidntyof hfs gej
variety of hiß.Acqnistfi
six be published hls com
entitled, ‘‘Vindication jq
Vlety- 1 * *Tjb?esitae iyjMpl
: .■*. v iV-,|h
bbnost, frank!
nap, whether
:arcely twen
ItU masterly
he teietubs
)tj America,
tiled to tHci
st{ of Ch a ti
lt was at
S’ th in b»
East Id|
ij the first
| no rallied I
fco' 6f niiio-
W the met
nates foV
;and the
Jd satire,
I 1
y ;
t Wul
■ U !
.1 ■-.>..1 ■£; ■' ;;i;
r ' 'T>-
kssaydb the and be&uti
tiiu'pU; admired for its spirits
9* philosophical investigation and the
41eganco ofits language j ; ! At twenty
mo! n'e wits' first lord] of tbe treasury,
i George Wdshington was only twcu
seven* ye'ftrs of age when bio .cbvor
|dtho bctrfcat of thoßr itish troops at
Bra'ddock's defeat; and the Bamejyear
Uo was appointed cornrnander-imchief
of all the yjirgibia| fc|rces.|| j - ■
\{i Gen Joseph 1 : Warren] was] only twen
fey-nine yearaVof ago,! when, ! in defi
bn'c'o of the British soldiers stationed
At the ~doot of the church, he ’ pro
ifSuhCod the celebrated. Oration tyfaicb
hjrousedth'c spirit of liberty arid pa-,
tf iotism that terminatedin(be achieve
ment of independence.! Atthiity four
b]o gloriously , fell, gallantly fighting
« in. the cause pfs.frcedom: ion Bunker
iiii. .i
> wnjs a
bpt-cblonel ip the army] Of] the AmCr
ih reVolptitin, iind aid-de-camp tp
ashingtoh] at the' ago ofj twenty;—;
Was a member of
ClprigresS Bompfew York; at thirty
hp was one pf the ablest members of
tlf.oi convention that formed the Coni
s|ltutibn: of 1 ] fbo Xfbiled, States. ■A.t 4
tbirty-pne' ho was a men her of the
Kcw York Convention; and joint au
tnor Of the great work entitled the
rrederalist; At thirty-tufo ho’ was
Secretary of: Treasury of the "United
States, land ;arranged 1 the: Financial
branch of the government upon so
•P< rfcct a plan; tbiit lib great imprpye
m int has evOr been made upon it since
bi|» successors. : : Ivll I
Thomas llayward,'6f Sonth Caro
lb n> was but thirty years jof age,'
■w leii he signed the glorious record of
thbi nation’s! birth, the Declaration
of|Phdependcjnce; , El bridge. G erry of
Massachusetts,- Benjamin flush, and
James Wilson, p f Pennsylvania, wore
btjt thirty-Ono years Of
T|orriton. of fvew Hampshire, Tholn-1
ftspeffersPn,.lY Vi rginia! Arith uf Mfttjii
dleton, Of .North Carolina, audThom- *
as| Stonc; of| ;!l
ana I William Hoopof . of JS’orth Caro- j
Una, but'.thirty-four.' I l ! ’I i' | - i
jdbn Jay, at
nfijs a member of the .Revolutionary;
ingress;, and being associated with j
i and Livingston, on thc'connmttcej
draftiucr *>ddrcss t 6 the., people
’.bat : 'j paper!
■■•ertf’d otie of
' bf the
..«i prk, hhdTnj the
. , ww Chief fmr
tiefof that stillo?, At thirty-foiir he
■ iiiiilisier to Spain. L.f
L-jJM t -° °S Q twenty! six! Thomas
| Jefferson was a loAdiny mcmberof tLo
|Coionml Legislature iri 'Virginia. |At
sthii-ty, he wa s a member j of: the'V'ir
k!tfa, ponyerition ;at thirty-two ,-a
mciinber bf Congress; ami at tIuHV-
be drafted the'Beciaratiqn of
jtnnepehdenfce. 1-. ... ji ; i-. i
S f i lton .; a> the agb Of ttVbnty, had
jvrjtldn his finest miscellaneous poems,
Inblading his L’Allbgra, Plenseroso:
gmus, and the most beau liful tff ilon
t#rd at tfce age’ qftw;fchtsv
pul|iished. hia celebrated sat|re r ;upon
the? English herds and Scotcli review
's? a* twenty four, the two first can,
to *; of Childt Haroldeis Pilgrimage!
jvj fed, all stbo vast poetic treasures
T ;JP is . S eni “ fi were I ppiirJsd .[forth
tM|r richest j; -ofusion, befdrij be was
t|ii|ty-lbur yeiffsiold; dnd| ho; died at
t|urty-scven. • ,j ' ; .J;:/ ■, i; f'.f p t
great German ttiusibian;
cpinpleted all His noble' cbm|jOßitionB
before he was thirty-five. I 1 I
I ijPppe wrote many of hid published
|p|cms by the time ha was! sixteen
yfat l * olJ; at twenty iliii Essay on
Chticism twenty one the Rape of
tlto Lotck; twenty-five his
t work, % tganslatiob of ihe’llk
*isSnc jriwtbh had mastered the
highest elements of Mathematics, and
thp Analytical method of iDes Cartes
be whd twepty; had diScdvbred
•the new method of infinite scrioqs, pf
flukibns, and hisine* thcdr£ bfHgfit
and I cdlors. lAt - twenty-five he |had
c *^ c dvei-ed thejnew principles Of the
ipfleeting telespope, the laws of
the planetary
Ir^5 r otfCfrpfed the mathematic
caljohoifat CamhHdge. r ■ i j
E r | Dwight’s- Conquest of isfimaan
wad cpniiaencedat tho ago of Sixteen
anq finished, at twenty;t|vvo. At tho
JatlJes age hocqpiposedbjs celebrated
disjeitation on the history, eloquence
an® poetry of the Biblol ‘’which wad
published and republish
ed to Europe 1 1 ' -:| [ ■ :
Gtrss.— .The
rebel f the; arrival at
fJ a |°P> iWcnty-iwo of
tbelchnnon capped by tho English
from jthe Russians at the Effttlo 1 of In-
K® r^f nn " and presented tp Übo reb
xl? H tortain | h k l i‘>‘b rncrchants.—
We this ; One of t®! fenest
which bard yet ;<tsgraeed
x? e iT I^ 665 - ; ** *“« firstfelaed,thd
Lnghsh did not capture any cannon
f™*the Russians at Inkerman. jin
the place, if bny such cannon
had been Captured they woald have
been iMrefulJy kept ad trophies by the
Englidh Crovernment Weteadi of being
sh ipne d ioff to thd rebels byi EhglisE
merchants., : : M'■ i [- ■• 6
liblji.gQpa' mauyi-p
able for being Jiobr-i
learm; tlmt .thfe Benec
. —yiviil ' of our army in
Springfield, all loyM citizens ' were
led’ 'that rth'% .ihiust leave their
homes 01 die: It was little that the
pool widow had to miserable
log cabin and a email patch of hillside
t Bu;h' hs it whe .she!was prepar
ing 1 oabin]don it.iwhen her sod Har
vey loft her, in search of employment.
She packed his bundle with a heavy
heart, took a bilk hankerehiet from
her neck gave it to him, j and s kissed
him good bye, never Iqxpecting to see:
him again. |.j ' !>.■. ; „•: ■ j
Ho hai. pot gone many days when
hop persecution began. Her little boy
was, mob'roping bringing 'in wood for
th|e £ re,when ashot was fyeard—Abnllet
struck the log under his arm, and he
di-opWed it . with, a scream. The hajl
had fuajt missed his heart. I Joy at his j
escape. fijom 'Was f henceforth
milled with gloomy apprehension.
' - Next, bhe heard bf the death ’of
H.yvey. [He bad found a] homo, and
fa'bejfing hinisdlf secure, Was alone at
work, in the field. 5 (Tbo, family, .with
lived were absent. ’ When
|ued at nofipitjieyi found itHo i
’ in the house, pierced by a
is torn cap jand other signs j
to £he seventy of strug
be yielded |tb bis murderer. I
Ha 'time, the family ,df .Mrs.
Willi! lin OncVday
a gnn fired at thqni as they sat at
dinner. ; .Often they sdvv/men
abc ut with guns, looking for the vophg’
;nicn.h QhO man was'bold enoughi to
come into the cabin in! searchpf-them.
&,t ni jht they all bid in the and
rlept, : Th]e wOfnnn wastbne day
gatjie-ing born in the garden add.
William wassitting _npon the/' J r „ V-'-
rmtifatrf-^krirttf ytfeTOuw.’™* lorF
■!.,|... ;■ ; ■
j Wil iam went to the door, and sat
upon 1 lie Stop. i; i
“William,''’ said-’liis ‘.‘you lare
ndtisaje there. -Come in to the house.”
• ■ lid'wag sitting between
two] b( ds, when suddenly apbtbdr. shot
i rang upon’ thie', kir] and itbe 1 widow’s
: second son, Samuel, whom she htid
jmcjt helieed sitting byfanother door,
j rose! to his feet, Etaggared a few steps
I tpwads his mother, and fell a corpse
i before her. 'h /■ I /;. ■ 1 ), .• v l ,.
« i’liCnovbr wished any pnpin torment
Ibefpi-e, ? -Ebb said,, ‘‘biit 1 I did frisk, thb
ikhk.thilt killed hi«£wna thefd.” I ■
Her throb oldesf soiis hi, 1 Once. left’
tbelcjttb p apd flpd over the bills. ■ They
are all inn he Natibnal/army- to-day.,,
Samhers sister washed the cold clay
and dr;ssed it for the grave. After!
s tbjß Secession neighbors came
to . bury him. At first the frantic
mother jessed to let tHbib touch his
pody At last ' she j! coiisehied. ■ The
clods) wore,fulling nppk jthe coffin each
pound awakening an echo in her ach
ing her rt, when * whippoorwill flut
tered] dciwn, w i t h i wil4“mela n eh 6 ly
,dry, an i set tied in, thejopeii! grave.—
The riot 3 sc teiriffed the -conscience
stricken, supefstilibiis iwretehes, that
| ®.ro ( mfer t they fled in dismay. ; .-!
T.w.b .■ of her.children’werb! now inj!
Three bad escaped. for
The unhappy woman was.
left will her two daughters and three!
.small cl ildren, helpless] drid klono.--
She Wjßs obliged td tip -1
on horseback to the mi l for food, and!
afterwai d tb return bn foot, leading I
her, horse by. the bridle, jwltK the sack
of meal upon his back. 1 tinker return
she met her children ;nbbut k mile find
a half fijom tidt own .house. In her
neighbor a. y jind her two ; boys, aged
ten and twelve years, wore digging
another grave of-an old man; murder
ed m hep-absence for the (durtie, of?
loyalty to tbp Union.- Tocgtbcr with
a whilp-l ended patriot, |who tottered 1
with ago, they pffibed-the corpse upon 1
‘•oiled it, unprepared for bur
ial ahfljtipeoffibed,into' tht* sbkllbtv hit,
then covered it with!eifrth. Sttch
the tHalsjof loya| citizens in the
Border SI tve_States, and-wherever re
bellion pa 5 4]pen in power. ' |
? u . Tho . iow! escaped for refuge to
jlhis city; And Jhere, tci [;-ci:6wa her
sorrows, in the absence ,o'f her three
oldest, rcn.aining sons, a drunken sol
,dmr of tbe Hifth Kansas Hcg.imcnt
jsbotrher daughter Mary as she waa
standing in tho door of her house.' Is
jit any wonder that this wpirian’s hair
gray, hbr forehead full | pf
br that she should with tremulous
tones.“l f ? el that ! shall not live long.
The only thing which] sustains too is
the love of Christ." \ . •
'Northern ; people JtijO v 1;
the hbrrors of/war.
•OuA backn
described : its
manner? : ' ‘An
inatramertl tb
Sbey-;tik« it 01
tree, ana. i bat
itprm blows;«»
T 1 » i
‘!rl ./»;!•>
ted, should
.k- f w*
’il ;
'.I! -J
if }
; h
•! S ,-H -r
f m
lisiied IBIS-
'erriiblfelstory of the Rebellion:
correspondent ofthejiN’ew York
:,wbjo| dates , frdmi (Springfield
V 1'.,-' '"V, . .1. ■. i.. .
Missouri, tolls the following sdd tale
ftfthe consoquenceaof llio ; ebcllion.
■ The tender pretties of secession are
erne!. Ijliavejust heard the sad story
of a Widow wh.ohatj buried two sons
and a danghther since the outbreak of
rebellion. - Iler {tliree ; children nil -fell
by the h u»d of violence-» J ;
She lived in the fctiuii
try-t-a land of hills hnd'px
In that |coantry she and her famify
llj'dbp hlhiosl alone upon the side i>f
ilic pfatipral Uijionl Her neighbors
were advocates of rebellion, and even
bpfojro, the atir .1 of
;bbds clergy:
inchor,m hii
use iftUthe
Anchor jib
1 When 4 6t
I shore. ind
Mdji( th« jbl
: f •
t A<ly.^&ements ! insated at the rate ofciQ- >
cent i per squire—each * gubse quent v itiseiflott 1
2o c :nt«.' A liberal discount made Vo jeaily,
SdTi rtisera, j and oalong advertisements. ' ■ 'l' *
•■i X space equal Unes of t this tvpij
meatured as a square. i ■ .? I V. ■-< -ij; '
Sieeial notices 23 per cent.' jeddhioa to reg
ular rates.;- ' : S: 1
, ®' jslnetfs car'ds, ?5 centaia; lin'e; pcr-;Jtert. ; .
irriagca and Doatlia, Religious, I'oliticab >
and )thcr .Noticcs of a-public nature, free.- j
'[V. .t The. True Odds; r ; '~
It is ajfeattcivof isurpriae; to persoriii
at lj'orne and abroad, saysi the N6rts
that the .conflict-in; which
we have been engaged for Sliced -
mpr tbs ]i£ s notlong since been terirtiai
ateo by t le complete suppression of.
the revolt; The advantage is 8.0 -dei
cidcdly with the loyal portion
couhthy thajt the «d»ik
llngQiaher upon rebellion is; ihcxpliciif
ble - *p *.■ iV
( 1 rere jS qplyjtno explanation; ■
‘aha that lie) in'the, ttiotive and spirit
‘of tid c'dhtendihg.partieSi’l ITje. JPedi
enUftfmy |s conservative, the, bonf&dJ
crate army .desti active. “Thefofmcrj
seeks to 1 preserve and' establish tfio}
latte r to subvert andJ exterminate!--
One is calm,'considerate, careful;the
Ciherihrioiis, recklesfijdiid desperate:
A m i’rderer has almost
siipeyriatural /streiigtli; -arid an 'officer
needs to Be worked np to a Botnewfiat
similar exditemont loj cdpo with hiiill
When our Ibyal meh begin to fee
ours is a | struggle for life with an
enemy excited to idesperation; and
prepared to, use hny and every method
of accomplishing quf destruction',’ let
the consequences , to; them: fae = wMt
they indy. iVe shall then Hddpth. more
effective policy, and give hick a little
of the coin kve have so freely tecei ted.'
‘ Tile fury of a maniac and the ten:
dernpss of a pul-so present scarcely a
greater confrastlthan spirit lnch
Uio‘ contending armies in diir country,
hayol cpndiicted
Until- jye hdveisqTpetimig of the feel
ing yrhieh nerves the reoel 1 arm,' 'and
are prepared to dismiss the gentle and
IprUtfaripg policy xVbieh has iiltherltd
liilcdv wp v shall not,.make imiich
towards the desirable, pnd.y-J
desperate'disease domiuid a des
|o remedy.— s
’ortaxt ■ Arrest.—Brig. ’Geni"
\vortlii Provost Marshall pf tjjuj
jict.of Columbia, accompanied by
ju|tcnantand t ; y*o privates, arrived
arrisbdrg at three o’clock ion
sday morning,. by, the train front
more, and, acting under the ,oi*i
ot the'Secretary of War,
y, proceeded to, arrest- Messrs.'
rl-otfand Thomas C. MacDbwali;
ihera-of, And Messrs. Moatgotoe-;
liter', and Uriah^,
p ..|ations of a treasonable arid jn
!arria f character! The parties
'were arrested at their respective'resit*
fa-t *i»K. atjofcitil rhqnest.,'of
Capt, Dodge,'they were pci'if.VttPi id
remain at home with the under'sthnd
ving iljaDthey should report thsmselves
atAhp Mayor’s office at . six o'clock:'
•this morning, • At the hoar .indicated
the party were' on hand, wbeh dldf.’
tvdre erheineted to the depot ftnei -left
in-the 730 train for Washington. The
affairjy though npt jaltogethpr -nueS''
l)eott'| : XTcateiJ quite .a sensation; •
pAi[BiaTic Benejlicxion;.— A Calitor
tiiti piipei;. states that. Eev.. J. A;i An--
(forson, chaplain bf, the Third i-fegi:
dioht- |C.Y.; 'tviis decidedly dbthe!rani-,'
pago, on the 4th 'of July.. At the close
ot the oration At the. Agricultural:
Hall, he pronounced .the bdk>\ving’beh-i'
odiction;—“And* no,w: may the God of
Washington, |he God of Fdotcj Hal
leek,- MeClellart-Apd Di need n, nerve,
guide and sui-go -ibid whClo patipn till
KiChmond is takcßACharlestoridmrut,
secession annihilated,! arid slop shop. ,
Dnibp mem turnecFout of existence.—
Amen.” •_ ' r;'i i, '(■ |j
a Lie
at U
; ders'
cliafe :
<?: Br
ry Fi
* Fieema.v Multiplying.—A letter
fronrlfew YprkjsaySi it is -[astonishing;
to Beetho.w unsolicited additions,
are' tpe Fi«> t>cparlrnrcnti
both in that city and,' Brooklyn,,now
it ■ is ‘known . that , gentlemen Jrun
nJn|\ >'’ith ‘‘din- mashecn” Hvill ndt tie
sdbjccjt to draft. Men who, before;
had a tiolv horror o! associating with
“Mpsof have, now not bri-'
ly no objoAijona. to ! their company, bhi
tire anxious even to “take the butt:”-
■ l -I' -\ ' ", '. r , ■ 1..? i ■ -
BSrThe ■wonderful splendor of mod
ern life in Paris, is ibfisT "Tbo*'
number of; suicides iri France |s aug
menting fejirfolly 6very year, being on .
average from ten to eleven rdailv;
iOjJTCbreo thousand eight bubldrod 'andv
ginety-uino a.ycar.'J To the credit ! of"
the fair sex, they stand in this sad cat
egory only as eight hundred' and forf
ity-twp, against,: three thousand and
fifty-sbven men.” J ! "
Bfir’Thcpe who volunteer before?
the 15th inst.,'*will receive money
enough in bounty and pay fO buy and
qi- tbo close of thd
war- ; Those who .wait to be drafted
will-receive only their pay. .■ ■
!' rf ft % : , ,
you see a persoii coritin-’
ually; snarling at, and abasing those*
possessed of influen6e, j-ou may know
that he is like a dog at the foot of da
tree. ,H<St barks because he can not
climb; ,- ' ■ ' ', . " -ci : d
#®-Wc have seen, in the Norfolk
ctinphatic denial of the i eto-’
iS g°'ng„ the rounds' of the papers,’
thit. the yellowfc vcr is pfc vailing,- in
Norfolk. i Not "a cose has occurred.
notbl/ig of
main haring
ij» discoufte,'
Ji .following
i lafgO iron
MtijKito sea
oriii. arises,
' fasten to a
Wpe till t&e
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~ B®jTho President,; last- week;
epmpanied by Secret ary Seward
(Jenefat Sturgiss jinspected the b
and camps on : the South side of
_J?ojtoiuac. vHe. was I enthusiastic
, received by theu *S: 1
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