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Wednciday Morning April 10. 1801.
Who are Secessionist.!
Aivor-lijjg to !he muthpieiMt f
Republican party, evory democrat "ho is
fipj oted In the ruinous policy of milking
'.vir uj'on the feci dcd Ulaios, in a vain nt
tcrnjit to cimj'el the in lo livo in hnmuxy
ritn uk, in culled a tocrttxnUt. There in
about at much muoii in this chaige as in
that of J'rviS'jvenrist; .Slav? r,i,!e a.lrccate,
Aarc drivers, t(c, which have been con
stantly applied to every man who ha con
tended for the equal rights of the South
ern people under the Constitution.
To decide who arc Secessionists, it it
onjy necessary to impure what would be
the present condition of our country hnd
either of the other candidates for Fresi
dent lust fall been elected, instead of Mr.
Lincoln. All admit that in no clhtr event
would we witness I ho present unhappy
slate of affairs that instead of a dismeni
bcred Union, and in imtiiiiK.nt peril ol
civil war, our condition as a nation would
Lo perfectly harmonious, and in the en
joyment of a greater degree of prosperity
ihan at any former period. The success
of the Republican party, with its Aboli
tion element, is the sole cause of our
present troubles. It ii not because the
Democrats wcro defeated; nor because
tnis claat of men hare been tinned out
and another clast put into ollioe. Such
things havo taken place frequently here
tofure, without causing any inconvenience I parent either tint th Administntion bus,' Wide-Awukes of Wilke.barfH burned their
to the public. Rut il is because u party, Uj, t0 this time, faded to deride, upon anything, 'caps and capes, and broke their lamps on
boldly avowing deadly hostility to the in- or else that such declarations aa the fol- ! "o public fqiiure, on Wednesday night
stitution of Shivery as it ist; in fifteen W are made as blinds and false lights Ju
states of tho I nion declaring it, no less wjti, which to decelvo nd mislead the sutliter.
than "poligamy" to be "a twin Sifter of country : J Woi.risn A Republican paper in Wis-
bnrbaiism" and proclaiming dial thic! if oik Furt coonnt t.e I10M, i it r"',l to ceiuin has the following : "We have been
"countr" cannot exist half slave and half rmpl the rti.mrsiin of tlio ucmty tlinl have , to the expense of having a cannon cngia
f,o ,1 . .1 .1 heen feiifil ? A hundred thousand men would ,. jto (uon, Pur column the innriiiug
III A J lint It tnvrt .nktiiii Hi liitrr.i.A mn . . ... i i.'i c
r IL Oilier."
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Uenco it is clear that the Hepublieani,
and not tl.c Demociats, nit the real Se-!
a.w mi 1 111 mrjr ui o rci..5iiii . ;
They do not believe Accession to be the
proper remedy for the nggressivn dotnon
trtjon of the Abolitior.ised parly. The
los;tion of tho Democracy on this ques
tion was so cloitly defined by Senator fli.;.
in his great speech in the Senate on
(th 2ist of January last, that wo piel'er to
give it in his own lancuage:
"As fci- tecesi-ion, I am utte: Ijr against ii. I J npp-oeistion of tho duty of abmi.ion to the
4eny tho riht, and 1 allior the tonseqne m-e ; 1 lw. Knil nvrrnintv of tlm Itepublio. Their
iat I thai! indulge in no arguiuenl on that point; utlorrcni4 of tho cri'ino involved In tho act of
ltl.no remedy for any one of lho evili linneiit-! .1 fsccef .ior. " was expressed iu becominf lnn
fi ; and iu myjudi;insut,il will ugi;rvte rsih-' aagf! Tho people Tinpalhised with, and re
r ihan remove the in ; and, iu addition, upor I pn,c., as enthusia.tieallv could be desired
induce countless fillers of a n.ore distressing sod n demnnd that there 'should be "no Com
(distrvielive eliiirurter," .,;. .ill, Trnii..." Hut nnfortuuiitelv. thev
Acknowltdgiiig Ihejusfire nf ihe complaints of
41,0 Hint n urn Stnlns In nr i..niHi.l..ru 1.1 a ..... '
t Ami rtii'ntn will) nil I..V li..,..l iIia ,.in..l. .?....'
pursue, and t ui ri mid tu ruin il I v nil pn , 1 1
means in uiy power. I'.vrn if the rij;ht of seccss- i
iou jure clear. Mr- President, 1 inuiiilnin that'
justice and good liiiih In tlieotherMnt's re((uiro
that redress for alleles, I priov jik-i'S to the Soiilli
should first be sought ut tlm lnovls of tho peo
ple, thu fuimtiiiii ..I' P'iIiiumI uiith lily, an I in t lie
forms prescribed iu I Ii j Constitution. The
southern ftatt-s should have petitioned Con
gress for a convent on of flutes to revise the
C'oui'tituUon and remove the piieianres of which
they complain. In this way .hey could have
ascertained the reul sentiments and intentions of
the northern people tuwards ilium, and (lit great
alternatives of coiitiiiui'd Union or peaceful sep
eration could havo been determined upon.
This was the courso of our fathers in reference
to the old confederal;, n. which wns intended
io be perpetual, but was changed because it did
not auswor the purpose for nlii. li it was reu
ted. I.atour southern friondw fullow this exam
ple, even at this late day, all way bo yet snvvd.
Better counsels will prevail Iu suoli a body than
in CongrCEi. .Men willcoiuo fresh from the pco
plo, nnembarrassod by party H jlitics and party
platfoims. This refuse.l by the North, and then,
and not till then, could violent remedies with
any show ofjustice bo invoked. Thu Constitu
tiou was intondod to meet just such exigencies
ai now surround us ; and bonce no provision wras
ma e for the spnrntiun of tk Stales, nnd none
for tho coercion of States into obedienco tu the
fundatnentiil law of the Union. Thu men who
made the Constitution wcro in tho practice, of
ttiat peacelul n inety tit (tic time, and doubtless
intended to lcuvo the same remcdv and none
other to posterity. This remedy should still be
embraced, unless I undress shouM promptly sub
mit to the Stntcs tuiut meiirurus o pacification
No greater calamity can befall any
country and especially suafi a country ns
ours, tnau a eivu war. r.yery conserva
tive man, every patriot, and every
wisher of his country, knows that this
calamity can only bo averted by a concil -
iatory course on tho part of tho present
administration ; that an attempt tr co
erce the seceded Stales cither by Llovka
ding their pot ts and thus attempting to
collect the revenue, will not only fail, hut
drive out the border State, nnd plunge
the country into civil war, and utterly
destroy all hopes of a ro-eonsrrue.tion of
our once happy, prosperous and poworful
.Olll McLean, ciia et tl,A
Judge, of the Supreme Court of the Uni -
led States, Jietl at Cincinnati on the -1th
.....1 f.T .
'gtj .uoi.enii reus iipjHuniou in
ts-y i.y i resmer t .lackson, ami Has oocu -
pieu uws position ever since. II is rumor.
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euwiat JiKtgo Logan, Lincoln's late Jaw ment of the case, and just so long as the) t he notorious uen. Jim Lano and tv. c '' nuw ucihuubuhiou iu ue 'ei.ru;-iCQrrllrig nioro popular evory Way, and we, for solf-governmcnt, and have been ac
pai tner, will lo appointed to the vacancy. ' leaders of the Republican paVty can hood-: Tomeroy have been elected to the samoi' tivo to tro Union, and that the existence pre,ni0 tlftt we ongi none others customed to cite us a a nroof and illus.
.t iaV,nrin rin.. I oosition from the new State of Kansas. iof the Union and the Republican pari y, npl.A .nl,i itration of their creed. Vhat humiliating
JtMfttov. C'urtin has gppointe! Ho".1
Chsses Mernir, Treaident Judge of the
nih.Tti.lictal Pirtricl, made vacant by the'
election ufWilmol to (,, rnitcjftat.s
m.4. V Pnlicv!
w uat , '
It is now over a month since tlie.Kepui-
lican party took possesion
. .1 ii.: .inn fiinfvuin.
govetnnicni, u - "J --
. and up to tin:
trv is flu mucll m mo oar w "
Icy by which tho administration is to bo
governed, a- bclore Mr. Lincoln im ....
J - - i i 1. 1 '
I. I.ih inniiL'uiiil ii' Jres tno n enueiu 0(
1,1 . . ..... ,1
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iiil i nion i uiiuruR"-", ..- oi
Ln.Mu.... j -
.he.lulT or se,,.. that the hnvS of ho.
Union bo faithfully fseeuted in oil the
;.wte." and Unit all the power confuhd
and poi'.'s the pro crly and places be-
longing to the government, mud to collect
the duties on imports."
From thete declaration it was evident
that scmcbtkfy would have to "back down,"
or else that the dreadful ncourge of civil
war would be inaugurated. Happily. '
vet without actual war. But none of
,jl0 .'.pro.rt tlien in the handu of the
U0Ceder 'has' been cinco "possessed" by
the Federal government; i-or hat any
tempt been made to "collect the duties
on imports" in any of tho polls of the fe.
cd d State. In the meantinn it has
been repeatedly announced, 1:3 if by autli-
ority, that all tho Forts now held by Uni-
ted Statct troops in the Confederate States,
would be given up, anil that every effort
would be mado to avert a collision.
Whilst these things have been trixrispir-
inn. the countrv liss Uhmi waiting, will.
feverish impatience, tho manifestation of
sonio definite, policy on the part of the
Administration. .vtut thus far no one, not
even those in its immediate confidence, is
able lo tell e.hat policy the Cabinet in
tends to pursue.
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At confirmatory 01 thes remark, jquiu. ft ,,uimr of them havo already he
ask the reader's attention to the following j rpm) ..j wi,h idignation," and noth
extract from a latent, miter of the Albany I ing sholl 0( a .steam Fire Knginc will U
Juurnal-n paper edited, in part, by thej lo (iut tlCn) 01( n pi.oor f tl,is we
Afitnt Secretary State, ron of Secreta-, Qw tvndm (0 l0 U o f0ilowing
ry Seaard-who, if any one, ought lo be maniftlslnli(,n5 0rt,,is "nlothered wrath :"
able to sneak intelligently. It is thus np. 1 . ,, 1ortl. 1Mt ,
e 'l.e re.iinre.l lr uiis wors. vuiti .c '
MVIut h ine power 10 can mriur.i. .- ......,...,
' . .. . 11 r ., ir :.i .
:.. ,l.n n.K.. .n fiill furltiftn. 1 Withnut
' UKn.....F.;..n." irih..rilirtnn.
,B - "pon," sVeeaston" is not cnlyislmU e lo ith it now ?
pntsiblt i but it i an existinK fat. I
lau lho revenne laws be enfurced ? The stat-1
t rcuiiiro tb revenues to be paid at defined 1
p0 ,, vniry noi inn iuurifr uct. ...
,n.,.,r.r Ii n not do to beirm "tno ,1-
moment of the laws" by AimA-i',.. them. The ,
l'rcid.nt is as miirl. bound by the law as the:
I . ... h I )ai Wli.it, lh. lillT ..1T1 onA tlnni
he cannot say another.
...P. . ... : 1 1. .1. .. L... n. t ar llrfl H,N l'm.l.
Jent it powerless to compel the recognition of the
it, u:.., '-'j - - --
t.utnoriiy nl lue uenerni iioT'-rniiieni, nonv m
prevent " l'oaceful Socossinn?"
I The late Corgnsi wns iin(iicslioniiVly, rom
pod of brave men. So legislotorf ever utter
. .l ..l.l.. cf.niimnni l liftv Vinil . heemninif
neglected to provide the means to aecoinplish
. , .. . .... ... I LI.. U
r; .a?.' r:::;:c'r;ee7erac;;coi,nec,ic-,t , .he M.n.i i.. Rhode w.i
were omitted ! aild on the .'Ul inst. Ill lb lornter State j
The result is now seen in the insolence of the , (h. H(.)in,;oanl, plrrl tllt.ir fioVernor by a '
f.,r .1,. !,i,do..n..n. of fort Sumter-
in the de-iant mnnner in which arsenals aro - t iio lc"is!iit ui c, but lose two members of
fed, mints plundered, ihe revenue laws ignored, n
ai.d the authority of tho tjovernment disrejrar- torgress. Lincoln s mn.nrity in govern
led. The traituTs furitive members ef Congress ber last was about TlW the Democrats
. 1.. I. A.l. il. ; ..T;.r ,.r ilirtt, i ii ein.4ifloriLtutn ot i
ei , ;) e 7o .io anvihhi.to interfere with
their plans and purports.
Itut taere is o renrnly. what one ( micros
omitted nnolher tuny do : u!thoup,h, to do tl in
time, it may be necesiary to call an extra ses
sion. wt.ni.,.ri- ilu-rrfore. ni:iv be determined upon
hereafter whether Co-r. i n urSuhuiissiun-theie
has been, thus far, 'eaicfull Secession. No
blood bus been Mird. Perhaps none will be.
There certainly should not bo by the 4iener.il j
Uovei anient, if it have not the needed force lo
curry on the war which the shedding f blood
A New Tune.
The leaders of the Republican party
have lately '-n utging upon the llorder
Slavo States the polity of liberating, or
emancipating, their .laves. To this tho
Jlnltimore correspontleiit of the Tribune cni
tei sa very emphatic protest as l.uoW.:
"I notice, of late, that our pliilanthro- ..sectional Ucptihlicaii party, is teyomt tli.-
pists are mote than usually given to harp ,Hite. Out of Congressmen brought
upon this string. Do they not knew that, ,jrforo irir constituents to give an ac-
in tl.is .bing, 'l' r-T!" 'Z""' f '"JiP' l"
i" system of labor, upon this great
1VC lllllllll llllll. II nu iiic iy iia.r.. w (.
t ion, i finite y prrerrlng fete black labor tortc
white labor. ' Tho negro is native
scale, we. want to retain our negro popuia-
to our toil, and much more to our liking
1 than the same number of Irish or German
laboreis would be. And if ever em inci-1
nation simoi'i iutu ih.l.u iu .. ...,
i.. ...... ... .. ill ....,. I
.! .1 1.1 .l. i.. .1... Sill.A
rM.ues, him iias.iiv iiii.i.-. i u.u .....
consent, in my opinion, to the removal of
The sonc of the Republican party dm-
h ' .' ,
i tho Kansas troubles, waj, that slavery
s , . . ,. .,
iirt bo kept out of that Teiritoty lor tho
l . .
purpose of "dedicatbg it to freedom,
Freo homes for free lal o. ami nothing
less would be acceptable, to thrse especial
r i o ; , r . ' l . i. . : ..
; ll'lt mist 1 1 ut td iiiuui nig 1 1.,
... ... -. .,
f fl. woupn;o nrefened t v these rhil.:'
Now. aeconiinrz to tnis wr ior. ine nccro
',':., an,i ,iicv would bo "much
1 .. . ..
moro (o their liking than tho Irish anil
'enunnlnborers wotiia bo."
This is. undoubtedly, an honest slate-
-. j. -
ivmrv ni.i. ..fc.-m. ..." v.....v
the Irish and German to assist them in
flnr. (,)imth(, fmlom of tho'
. ., ."..; ,,
MSVCi-iney vui ron.inuo nrran, a..
kinds f imwiijons up'.ntbeai; and as
S0011 8S tills IS BCeompilsned, uie n
... i t i it
lt0 be t0 iM.:g thorn into full social
i ii.fci,; ,viU, tlm .white '
l-. ; " , " .
This it the end and aim of tho Ab-
, , f ... l!mil)iicr,n rHr,y
Their Voice is for War.
.... ... . i . i
, no History ot t lie ar o. can i.evo.u... .. ,
M,,r" : .
i inc., iiui-ii mo ram-,
htn c t ,o hou cun lu nienPinct ny mat i
: .iri....: ,.... ...H .
...- : ,IFI....: I ... I..H
iiiusm HiMr.i.i ui nullum iiuuuiii.iK
' ' ., ton, this meut.uro haa imt yet taken place;
. wc must I ,,w have at least .even m'M.J -t now , W in CPl,auV1uar
lions, and Mill -'we nro not saved," nor," 1 ' '
,ikt,)y to be,
There are a number of our Republican'
'friends who just now teem to be spoiling
for an opportunity to demonstrate that
jtliey are the true joiu of tho fighting ire
of tho Revolution, and chafe, and fret, and
1 j.ntit, for b ittle and fclory. They are filled
I .vith gall and bilteniew to their utmost
cupiicity, while their little noaU are rent
asunder in their efforts lo restrain th?ir
rapidly expanding mental and physical
Utrength ; and we are fully satisfied ill ut
at-l;fft favorable opportunity could bo given
j t10IIli wherein they could fairly display
j i),,,;,. coinbativenosA, upon thef first
gnu(f (,f gun. powder they could leap a
)oard fenca leu feet high b: ckwardu !
j When Abraham's trump thall sound its
tocsin of war along our Southern bonier,
gulling for food fi r powder and lead, for
tho puipose of j ut .ini down "rebellion,"
j ..tlcftS0U(" lmi "it aitors," wcshall all have
'un opportunity o! bearing witness to their
valor. It is to I'ts hoped they will not all
rush to bat lie, leaving their defenceless
families to the tender mercies ot us
' Northern traitois."
Rut we fear our entreaties will have but
little effect with our pugilistic friends, as
,,.t ,.. , ree. vi t is new of the re-
. . ..... ...
,-,., f rn, , x, .,,..
Throw it awav,
and put in rs place the engraving or a sick
rooster sitting on the head of a dilapida-
PIJ ,nrJ;Py." '
. .1 ....i 1.. .1 : .-. 1.
"' ""r""" .' !
ptopo.isity for a little hi, of a tight will
fi , . . , j k r wn0lU .
e hiiouid not pretcr to fee me valor 01
our Kincins 01 ine iiimn. eni.e aim can, 100
soiely tried. They arc not fond of having
their throats cut especially by the snns
of the Southern sires cf tho Revolution.
Iu fact, they are net ambitious the to die,
"unhcnorcil and unsung," and toleenrate
the veins! plains of the sunny South with
their bleaching bones.
The anuual elections for Stale office'"
nn(J n,nnbers of Consrev, took place in
.finioritv of about 'JOOO. and n nin nrity of
'polling about ..000 more, Slid the Keulp-
. . .... ...
lionns al oul 000 votes less than they did
In Rhode Island the Republicans have
suffered a signal rebuke, the Democrats
and Union men tlectitig their Oovernor
U,y 1(14 J maioiilv. a mniciitv td the lecis-
hit tire, nnd both meinben
i-rs of Concre-s
William 1. Sheffield and Geo. II. 15ro n,
defeating Robinson and Drayton, two more
oftlio "not mother inch" breed of the
last Congress. The majority for I.ircrln
' r J J
j in this Stale was 4,537; showing a hVpub -
j 1 bec aio Ihc first State elections since
j the inauguration or Lincoln. The evidence
- . ...
of a thorough rc-action in public tvvAU
i i 1 r - t t... t. ,,f ii. i
thus would it be everywhere, if the people
t)ie opportunity to speak.
Tho recent municipal elections in St.
Louis, Cincinnati, Cleveland, and other
Western and Northern cities, show results
..u..r... ..I., ,w ..-si,.,.
equally gratifying to tho Democracy and
the friends of noacfl and harmony.
To eacnj-e similar yet a still more cm-
rM"v' 11 ''i".
cnt Legislature passed an Act abolishing
. . .,
I tho Spring election or postponing it until
, , - . . , .
October thus virtually electing for six or
j seven months all the officers of tl.at oity
.'.1 a . i.i i .. i l.. ir...
w hose terms would, by law, expire in May .
fitajfJ. A. McDougtd was recently decla
' nwl ..Uln.l I 4 n.1 Klnlr. nrntn fr c r
red elected Cnited States Senator for six
Jcnrs from the Ith of March W. by tho
! legislature of California. Owing to an ai-
.;. ...... ...... .i. i. ... i.r!Anil l.rnatiol-il v. n I ma If el.nhl mun nnrf
legeu misiaKc m io tno n noio numoer oi
j votes catt, however, it is probable his seat
' will be contested.
. It is to be hoped that these two freeboot-
w-s win nor lorn theirattention to somes
.u: ...f..1 tlmn m..r,U.,ml n.1,.
from the South.
Tho lute news from the South
r nn lnrinii-r character. Soccial
seem to luvo been taken by the present
" - , . . .
'Administration to impress tho country
. .... -l.i!. f :.. :.. I '
wiiii a ifiiri m im vmviui nnvi..iw..n.
' Not less than six or seven different C'wbi-
et docisic,ts ; fltvor oftho Wi.l..lral of
hiiraw at ot
'the trooi.. from Foil Sumter, have been
. . ,
.... . . i,..1
"""" f authority.' Hut
ftI.ll:n.l'J as n "J .............. .
... . . !..
lions vre mere k, falje-lit'lits, do-
mr. Ac. for the. nui Dose of eainiiiir time, '
l'.i,;i,il;tl. inln ill.. Iu'lii'f
IlIIU ULLV..IIP .'.'('' ..-r ....w
in the pacific intentions of Mr. Lincoln,
in order they might l o thui induced to
bid for the new government loan of eight
millions. This loan was taken lust week
at a discount of about ni.x per cer.
immeUiately it lsanoiincua nun me Ai',ihCin. I he l lest cituens stand amazed,
ministration mean w.ir and not pace. !8l t,e constant intlux of Northern dema-1
.... .... .11
Several ewipanis of IT. S. troops that jgogues, ir their "wild hunt nftet otllce" j lit) cl ,w0 eon.j.auies of artillery cxpeo
were quartered at Washington all wicr b) olir .rofessed patriotic opponents. lt VrdtLS'K ten , i
were soul 10 .mut ir, i,m "
the inteiition it is suspected, of being aint
South. I Administration will not satisfy iho 0119-
Charleston was much excited on the tonla 0f our northern and western p
4th, end everybody felt that a crisis was triots.
at hand. The t harlcstonians fcaid there Lieutenant Talbot arrived at Washing-
sliouul ho no more hoy s play, r.vueua-
tion or tight was the prevailing sentiment.
it aas understood that orders had been
received from Montgomery, ordereing that
"upplies 'o Major Anderson should be cut !
H is understood that theSouthern Com
missioiicrs, who havo been at Washincton
tor sonio weeks, had been informally as-
sured by the present Administration- that
I the military ttatut should rennu:i, and no
movement bo male in regard to the jClarg0 of tho public property, but that
Southern Forts aithout first intimating jOenera! Heaureg-trd and Governor 1'icko
the same to the .Soutliern Commissioners ; ena demanded an unconditional surron--and
having noticed the recent sudden ;,,t,r u u furllor understood that the
naval and army movements, they have puient, upon learning the views of thn
called upon proper authorities for as ex- aet.essioni,ls, ut once decided that unless
plaLation. It is not likely they will get a
very satisfactory answer ; und it is quite
probable that tho assurances given were ; )US obligil)g lhoi to -ittack ;t. There,
only intended to .lecaita them, on thefoie it u ol , urr0bablo that, unless a
ground that all things are fair in war, and 1 nri.,ngemelll u ,na,0 by th(J bH
that rebels and traitors deserve no better
The reporter invasion of Texas by thej
Mexicans under General A.npud.a u not (
A rumor vas rife in Wellington lasi
week that revolutionary movement wis
on foot in Richmond by which Virginia
nas to be united with the .Southern toil- . ... , , , . , ,
. , , c 1,"t hefoie nuny days, bv the withdrawal
fedornce. Il is said to bo at least five , , , " ,,
' . . . i , oT M'. Seward, and perhaps Mr. Cameron,
thousand strong, to be stronstheneu '.,.. . , ....
, . , , " ,. these .wo gentlemen arc said to advocate
In...... Kfinl.n.t.uii.l. fi'C.t. I lo 1 I , Ml-.r A -
...iu irimviLi iitrtiia i.nit j '...... ,
j pi.;!..,...,!,!.. nn,t vew York
ineiirst treasury notes 01 me um ni-i
crate Slates were issued at Montgomery
on the 4th instant, and tho first bonds, of
one thousand dollars each, on the 3rd. nw' country villages, to ecure the ser
which latter sold at 20 per cent pre-j vices of religious physicians. What the
mium. moral effect of this will bo on either pur-
Tarty First-Country Afterwards-
Nothing in the niwtory of lho world can :
surpass the want of true patriotism ex-'
hihited by the loadrrs of the Republican j
parly. Week ago lirutdy at: nounced in
hn Tribune that tho Chieag'i platf-mi was
worth fifty Unions. F.v
very act of the
1 1'1 Adinintsitatton thus far, as ofhc
lally avowed and acknowledged, goes to
show that thu destruction of the country
is a small matter in their estimation, w hen
coiiiia.ni inc. ...sr.......... o. w.e,r,in ,, ,lIfl ,,,, , ;4,, ,.,;.h,ll)U
j Prly, "Occasional (ntuleistoot to
he Forney him-elf) in his letter of the 3 1
insl., in alluding lo a probable extra ses-
,o" ef Co.;;res, ucs the following l.tn
" nliat policy can Mr. Lincoln reconi
m('r,,i a Congress thus a-smiLled ? If
l,o ilenlntw.. .. fi ifnn l,i 11 I li.t Iti-icl.,.. Si I ,. I
" , , " " , .
will willidimv lioni i.otli Manelies almost
in a body. They have, from Virginu to
I Missouri, through their Contentions, l.eii-
'aiures nnu newspapeis. oecuuea iii.i
I ia I nil,.,. 1.11,1id L iaii . n,il ia .u.A..,n.
I ,n I'.ft.... Viola, .hniil l a,! I...
in that event .will he a sc. ne of tcrrib
' excitement. V hat. then, is the Kxecti -
Ilin In fin Iri I'ninovn llii. nlitln I., n
" " v " r
lui,.. rU.r, "Vr.Ji'.ut l
.,o a remedy."
Hore is B ., remarkable confession,; Clothe world, and join tho! J I e saw the mistake which they had
, retuarkablo admission In I Fresbytenan Church if he can secure the i made nefore tho election, and ho had an-
" Iy"",rK""" a nai. . ion. n L,.,,,,, )f Jte thrte nun,ired memlert of the ticioated tho result When, on the even,
cfiect, this wn.er say, there M but. or. , tlon! jing' after tho el ection, ho itood in Hie
y'e Ihe country from niter I As ,t is only necessary morde.- to oh- house of a friend on Reacon slreel, in tlio
ruin-that President Lincoln
possesses this saving i.wer-a power,l" c' , - " a
uh,cl, if ho .ould exercise, would ini;i
mortalue his name as the second Savior of
his country, hut that ho dare not exercise,'
i )pKt Uw (K.ima,ion of ,lia , bo l)l0
Tfa. is a truly rcmarka -
,? , ' V- y TT .
j .&nmAo of
..,....,. ,i. iin Br,,i
,. ' . . ... . . ,.Whoin tho Church would be willing to
direct question, whether this Union shall ,- ii i ..i.i . . fi
i, , , t, ,, ,,, , u,ke piOMde.l ho would accept this
I be des royed, or tho Republican parly : verv dsirah r nlaee.
. . , ' . 1 : V ,r""": li,rr: ...... ,
decimated. " tJivasionul ' i. Fornev. n! An earlv answer a solicited Leforo 1 makn
rF'". ' , .. , .
e havo repeatedly declared that the
.i:n- ; ,i. . c
'J"" "J "' tno nT ..I i.u unuauie
..... .... ..
JUMment 0. our ai.onat Uit.icu.t.es,
antl tho immediate restoration of peace
and prosperity, i the Republican party.
The practical application of their princi-
pies in tho administration of the govern -
L... ... .... ... i.i i t
. . , s t.
are moral impossibilities.
One or the
other must luromub.
In snch nn emergency what does pat-
;riot:nn suggest? Why, not only the 'des
cimMion' bu thoVntire destruction of
this, that ad all political parties ten
thousand times, rather than the dettruo
. -r .i. K:nn
From Washington ana tne touin.
.... r 11T. I. !..... v., ll
, l0 Jiew irom ii iuiiiii((iuii u
tjihl teil nie very indefinite and un-
sa,isflll.torv. The National Capital isjusi
,lrtw invil,i,Hi )V an innumerable .etofpo-
' . ...... , .
n,;,.,,, JackaiSi lo ,re to totally bhmled
Ill It'll! daCKails, WHO I it 'U iiiimijr miiiijci
.... . . . i. .. .
Uy hT0 ,rr,c( lll0 wll0e City into a
..jci d.arnel house, and in their un
1 . . . . , . . ,
fcl0 wiiiij, t0 d.ince around the crudlo of
,.r ;,,rp.. iit.lic. and ni wiHinu it) at
............. ...I I
lllll U ll.C 'll'U'l ill (I llll 1 . U'LllllI I , ot.VIUV.
U MHt int0 the Maelstrom of deparlo d
the lTeMilenl ami heads ot i'epari-
menls are literally run down, bv the tu-
,. 1 .1 1 , ,i. 1
mil amis moo uiui, Cui:i.t.iii,
;is now ascertained that the "livo loaves,
and two small fishes," in the gift of the
,to rou) yon Sutnter en Friday morning,
Litu desi.Htches for tho War Department.
and subsequently had an intcivievv willi
the President, General Scott and the Sec
r laiy of War, (lis mission, it is said,
hod reference to the evacuation of the
fort. It is reported that the fcdoral and
(vjoutll (ja,.0ia authorities cannot ngrte
U.)PI, a pf evacuation. It is vnder-
t00,i .x tin .".vsidcii t wiitel to
juuve R Fmil)1 force t,e hn to ,HUcj
l)fiy noc,..,tej the terms of the govern
ment the fort should not bo abandoned,
ligerents, a conflict will ensue in Charles-
lfm ilJll bor at Hl, eiiry j. i.ieut. Talla t
W-8hiiiSlon la-t evening for fort
S,jm,(.ri,vitll ,Vpatch.s for Miljor All(Jer.
sen. Their purport has not, of course,
been allowed to be iftade public.
A corrpsnniuleiif. nf tlm .t,. i-i-n.lii.
. . ,. ,. , ' . ,
tlli J.'tlll.. P I.Mttil 'Alt A. il... I 1 MM..I 11 l al.
i ., ... i. ... .
1 eoiiei.iiimiy measures, w iiust nil inen col
leagues are a unit for coercion and light.
A Chance for a Doctor.
has become iiuilo fashionable for
' Ir we are rot prepared to say, but refer
...... . .1 .. . ...
our readers to me. loiiowing, which we
clip irom the columns or tin; Philadelphia
"Wo clip lho following fr jm an .x
ckange. .1 A.Yfy.C'or.sien is in many re-
CI,I.Ct f. ili'kil'Mlifu ..Itti.n ... lie .....I
' .. , 1 "
imvsiriun in sonic experience ivuui i meet
with a welcome recei.tion It i desired
he should be a mer-ber of the Preshy ier
' Church, as tho rongrcgat ion in this
I neighborhood mimbers over three
dred members. A good otliee and
trrms, either for rent or sale. It is hoped
somo man of "xpeni'i.oo will accept of the
ical). Anv one wishini: further informa
tion will addles W. .1. Ivelley, or M,
Itr.dgers, Corsica, JeH'erson coumy, l'a.
Ull.-.l.'phui, March 1 Uh, 1801.
Mr st-as. Knu' its ; - A (lood Site.' n,v
tied j your las', number, indicates that
- 1... r I . . . .
.'.' " "r " i ei-
cune reception, and havo an oiiporlunitv
, ,i0i., a 0t ud in Corsica but will
your Mr. KelK or Mr. Rodi'ers infirm n!
?,v,r ,,nfr of a
Doctor, who has had a
. I -.s i . . . . .
" '-I-blican platform was not
. ti,0 to a Wlivii.g-whether siuh an one publican parly bad made ii imistako. Tlio
; m ould have any i hanee of success in thej.loctrine of "that platform, that' there
.'n . : r i .. . i . i . . ... f
i t u V- lis it'll in in n iiiutf irnii i u n t i v
t - ""J
lutMl.l.UUH T AS IMS rhll'l ultlPOt Ii 11 ItV
in he v,0l,ld be willi.,,. ..rofease.llv at
mi' raiuawo ope nitig io j a " pliy.
, . n m.ltw jn;Jllle lro' That
school of medicir.o the applicant hails
l'. or whether any school ut nil.
I i woui.1 .e icnvo. nowever, .o inquire;
! !!' ' ,p . T t'r ?, "Tr ' ,f lhe
good olheo and dwelling,'' which "can
i.ii.. . ." . .
be had on reasonable terms," belongs lo a
member of the Presbyterian Church, and
ii so, wiiui are hid lernn stranger.
J up my mind to join the Episcopalians or
I Yo""' Ac. Win, Awaan Doctor.
; ,v ..... ollp r-n ... ,n .
,; ; ,1,,. ,n. . ,t,
" . .....-! ui mn m. imie mo
, .. , of wi(loawake;
. i)0(.tori , t,ound l0 attach
cl.. .... ,.. . .
MulBt.lf ,0 goma Church soon, and wo
hav0 l)0 Joubt lle will ron(ler ont-rc ,atil.
, ,aclion. These religious Doctor, are be -
An insane tieero nsmea Israel ttisiion.
killtitl his wife st Reiding, Pa., on Wel-
cslav by crushing her skull with
Military Preparations in New York,
The ISew xork Arw or yesterday
"At 10 o'clock last night our army tI)1j
navy reporter relumed from a visit to ij
the forts at this station. There is not i
least doubt that, to-morrow or Sunday
largo force of army soldiers will leoe for
. , " .. .. ""lOIOf
f0ue unanou-n tieitinatiou. I lie uiirhn,-,.
of Fort Hamilton w is paid oil yeaterday
the last move preparitory to marching..
OUiccrs were uinving irom Washing-tor.
y . :Vr.. n' -. i -i ........ .... i . .
inuiviuuuuy. un nay j ir-u-ruiy, ana,
.JUCS in hand, reporline them
. and, car.
. , .... . ijanil. rePOrlinif lllKln.i.1...
r !. ".i.
vu liko a sio.nea (iiauu . troops who
had ju.t got the.r money, having been in.
dulgmi? trecly in ttunuhintt, tbrunced
ten, boisterously discussing (he attain of
..t-. t.. l' ...... ir
" fori. i. ii f ajem, in-.ir uniiiiiion, iievf
, , , - , ,
of h,,,.,,'.,, nd Miners arrived frnn.
the Federal capital on Wednesday night
late anu, ana we:e qunriereu 111 nut tort.
,re UL'in ' ro0." 1,10 opposite one.
Mimnciiniein 01 uicaci mer
ments of picket men were engaged
u J,., ,,,.; h
tijv.'v j f vi r J
1 huice, and stores for embarkation; and
vuiting places ready for tho accommoda
clling oriiors slnce Tucday. This even-
ing the soldiers ordered from Uorcrsor't
ing me soldiers oruercu irom uorcrror t
Island will, it is reported, go up to Ham
ilton, and thero go on board a steamer,
probably the United Stales sienni frigata
Powhatan, whidi is to convey tliem to Flo
rida. TRKASOV is xew rORK.
The New York Evening l'ost say a:
Certain jiromiatut representatives of
the U itlouocracy in this city havo con
cocted a treasonable cii cular urging 1I10
people t.j accept tho infamous propoai.
lions of Mayor Wood, nnd to declare t lie
city part and parcel of lho Coiifcloracy of
As yet iho precious document is core.
fully concealed, but we ho) to present U
lo our readers in a day or two, and ther
wilt cioumiess ue surprised at its au-Jacity,
I 11 nil ir. tlmcH tli.itninilu r!t.v lt
- - 'b'"
atois possess credulity and assuruneo to a
remarkable uegice, if tliey fancy their
proceedings likely to prove other tlnn
disastrous to themselves an i their dupe.
The metropolis is true to ihe Union, ar.it
will remain so despite Wood and eoltoa
Excitinj Rumois from Washington.
Washinuto.v, April 4. The Cabinet ii
again in session to-day. The wildest ru
mors are Hying about. Among ther? ii
one to lho eflect that tho Commissioners
Iron Montgomery hare presented a new
communication to the 1'resident, peremp
torily demanding the immediate evacua
tion of Forts Sumter and l'ickens.
It is no'v positively known that orders
have bien sent lo all the nnval slntiom
fur every vuesol in the navy to be put in
readiness for instant sea service.
J hi" rumor runs that this decisive no
tion was occasioned by the threat' ning
attitude of the Montgomery Uoverninrni.
Another rumor, which gaiua credence,
is, taut tho naval force is to tie immedi
ately employed in the collection of the
revcuuo in the ports of the seceded
(ireat excitement prer.ils here, and
everybody awaits turlher intelligent
n ilh feverish impatience.
Tho Administration has decided to re
inforce Fort l'ickens at all hazard. This
determiua.iou has not yet been officially
announced, but there is reason to believe
that active measures will bu tukeii at
once for the relief nf Lieutenant lilein
mer's command. A body of marines left
Washington this morning for New York.
Their dei-.tination is prooably Key Wesl.
Twenty of the rar.k and tile) of tho hi
my left, Washington to day b r Montgom
ery, for the purpose of enlisting in tho
Southern army. These desertions nuke
an nfgreg.v.e. of two hundred and eighty
army recruits for the rebel Government
from tl o Federal capital.
Tho Federal mail egent on the 0racg
anil Alexandria It.nlr.iad p ports to-day
that ko made bis trip over the road yes.
terday ithout moltMation. The stories
to the contrary wcro false. -V. )'. Evening
A Sr.vsiM.E Htn iaif .iv. I he St. Loui(
H 1 1 vbtiron Hates that tho Hon. W. 11. (..
iU n, of Chicago, member ol tho Illinois
State Senate,, and a very popular gentle
man tvithal, was called upon by a num
ber of gentlamen in that city a few dys
since. In a speech, ho mado uso of tho
following language in reference to his awn
(the Republican) patty :
" Hn could not hi. untrue I,. I114 own
: conscientious convictions. He would m-t
" ' - v .
pilllllltl UU llll HIilB B.HTC PtUtt'S U UiU IU
. ...... 1.1 i... ..i i
l.Af.un-uul mil. Tl.n u 1 1 .smr.f t A r,t,rt, if
I no. ,vrl l Vd . I l i,. .
. ,-iiy of Roston, and saw the long process
81on of 'Wn e Awakes1 go by. with lorohci
Ud .Zdm ,,ar him' rk
lOgden, you do not seem to enjoy it.'
Madam,' was the reply, 'i am never mer-
ry at a funeral.' With sonio surprise sh
ry at a funeral.' With some surprise s
inquired what he meant. His reply a
that ho feared the procession then nassi
would prove to be the funeral procession
0f the nation."
trrti 'spectrin tlioii i-taKHltllf
Wok us FiTi.i- Spoken. The Albany
Arjus, speaking of Lincoln's appointees;
"Wo do not envy these gentlemen their
vision abroad. What do they represent f
The American name, the Republican prim
ciple, a great and powerful nation? No,
but a confederacy broken bv fol It nnd !'a
naiicism and nn administration which
i. ,i . 'dares not bo national, and is tao bicoted
loose the;. ... , .. . '.,... r. ... v
- . .-i:... .1: . ....... r. .11-
! abroad to represent the deirenerncv of tho
I n li:. . . .'....
RetwMic, nnd to encounter tho sneers
and the mock sympathy of our enemies,
1"' "T!-n!8.rf 'I?!0
I IHJ llrlVQ JPIIeVV(l 1Q I IIW pUVUr Ul Hit"
. no niivo )ruevi iu mo p'
Mr. Davidson. noslmaler at Berlin,
t Csinca, wcnllf roMieil the poit ollice ol
?1J,ihki snrt lelt for hurope.