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;he anniversary. I shan't be happy a bit if
she isn't there too."
"My dear child, I know what you mean,
and I would gladly get her a dress, too,
but papa is very much troubled, just now,
for want of mony, and I don't like to take
another dollar from his business."
"Oh, dear, isn't there any way?" plead
ed the soft voice and face of Ida Reynolds.
"Yes, my dear children, there is one
way, and I have just thought of it; but it
requires a great sacrifice on your part and
"Oh, tell us what it is 1" simultaneously
cried the children.
"Last night papa gave me.four dollars
for your Christmas gifts, and with this
money I had resolved to get a new sled•for
- Eddie, and a new wax doll for Ida; now,
shall I change my mind and buy a new
dress and sash for little Ellen Payne?"
A struggle went over the children's
faces. Ida cried out first:
"I will go without the wax doll, mamma."
"And I will do without the new sled,"
bravely cried Eddie.
And so they did, and the heart of little
Ellen Payne was made to sing like a spring
robin's in sprouting lilac bbugbs; and in
after years Edward and Ida Reynolds used
to say, that of all the Christmases which
strung themselves like flashing jewels,
through the memories of their childhood,
that one, on which they went without any
Christmas gifts, was the brightest, the mer
Monday Afternoon, December 24, 1860.
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A Cabinet Appointment.
The report has become general that
Mr. Lincoln has intimated to Mr. Bates,
of Missouri, that he will invite him to ac
cept the office of Secretary of the Interior.
The St. Louis Democrat, noticing the
report, says : "We have the permission
both of Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Bates to say,
that the latter will occupy a seat in the
new Cabinet, assuming, as we think we
may safely do, that the Senate will ratify
his nomination. It is not, however, defi
nitely settled which department will be
assigned to our worthy and patriotic fel
low-citizen of St. Louis. As citizens of
Missouri and lovers of the Union, we
make this announcement with sentiments
001 0....muswartmwmag corner-nueune
of his Administration makes the first se
leetion from this State. In selecting Ed-
ward Bates, he gives a pledge to the whole
country of the character which he has re
solved to impart to his Administration
and policy. Actions, it is said, speak
I ouder than words, and hence the fact
which we publish this morning will be
regarded as an infallible sign of Mr. Lin
coln's purposes. We may call these pur
poses by two words—conservatism and
Union. If designs in any way inimical to
the- South were entertained, Mr. Bates
would not have been selected for a place
in the new Administration; and if by
some inconceivable blunder he were se
lected to aid in carrying out such a poli
cy, we need hardly say that he would pe
remptorily reject the offer. A full, free
and candid interchange of sentiments and
opinions took place between both gentle
men, and the result, we are happy to
state, is mutually satisfactory. Their
unanimity is the basis of the important
relation which Mr. Bates is to bear to
Mr. Lincoln's Administration. The fact
is, pregnant with another important lesson.
The Union will not be dissolved during
the four years commencing on the fourth
of March, unless all the legitimate powers
which the Government shall be able to
exercise, shall prove inadequate to avert
the calamity. Mr. Lincoln and his coad
jutors in the Cabinet will enter office with
the resolution of preserving the Union at
all hazards. This will doubtless enrage
the traitors all the more, but it will at the
same time give a sense of confidence to
the great boby of the people Sqtath as well
as North. There is little danger that the
boundaries of the Republic will be nar
rowed during Mr. Lincoln's term.
A SENSIBLE PROCEEDING. ---The State
of North Carolina, while neglecting noth
ing which it may deem essential to the
protection of Southern rights, is resolved
not to enter upon the grave business of
oohing the Union with indecent haste,
nor to permit a hot-headed minority to
plunge the State into secession. A Joint
Committee of the Legislature has recom
*ended that a State Convention be held
on the 18th of February-- ; and a bill has
also been introduced providing that—
No ordinance of said Convention, di: solving
the connectign of the State of North Carolint
with the Federal Government, or oonutctie&it
with any other, shall have any force or valioity
until it shalLhaVe been submitted to, and ratt
led by, a majority of the qualified voters of the
State for members of the General Assembly, to
whom it shall be stibmitted for their approval
Got to the Red Sea.
A South Carolina clergyman, writing
to a Northern newspaper, says : "Provi
"dence, which has brought us to the Red
" Sea, can open for us a passage through
"and out of it." Many will be inclined
to think that this Rev. gentleman, and
his secession friends, have made a slight
mistake in regard to the analogies of their
case. At least the similarity of their cir
cumstances to those of that peculiar peo
ple, who, by the interposition of Divine
power, were led out of Egyptian bondage,
is not apparent to all. In some minds
this movement is slightly suggestive of
another people, who stood on the banks of
the Red Sea, not as God's chosen people,
but in the pursuit of an insane policy,
that was leading them to ruin. But
whatever may be the analogies of the
case, it is evident that the only way for
the Dominie and his associates to escape
the dangers of the Red Sea, is to retrace
their steps back to the leeks and onions
of Egypt, It is apparent that they have
no Moses with them, and no cloud and
pillar of fire going before them. And if
they undertake to cross it, it is doubtful
whether they may 'not find themselyes
very much in the predicament of the
Egyptians. Theymay have trouble with
their chariot wheels, and the returning
waves may be a little too quick for them.
And more than all, to add to their morti
fication, those black rascals, on whose ac
count all this stir has been made, may be
on the other bank with timbrels and harps
rejoicing over their calamity. -
PARSON BROWNLOW ON THE SECES
SIONISTS.—Parson Brownlow, of the
Knoxville Whig, is evidently not "in
love" with the secessionists, as the fol
lowing little clipping from his paper am
ply demonstrates :
This machine of government, so delicate and
complex in its structure, and which cost its great
architects so much labor and thought, so much
of the spirit of concession and compromise, and
our fathers so much of blood and treasure, is to
be broken to pieces to gratify a set of corrupt,
ambitious and disappointed demagogues, who
find that they can never preside over these
United States, and hence they seek to build up
one or more contemptible Southern Confederacies,
and to, plabe themselves 'at the head of these.
The fiddling . and dancing Of Nero, while Rome
was enveloped in flames, was not more brutal,
hellish, stupid and wicked, than is the conduct
of these country-destroying, God-defying, and
hell-deserving 'ilietlTOßB to their country, who.
write and talk thus flippantly of the most mo
mentous event that the human mind can con
THE RT. RMV. BISHOP SMITH, of the
AAnnhnafant. • • I• . • • • . •
'has set apart the following prayer to be
used in the churches of that denomination
during the present crisis. No comments,
which we might make upon it, can add to
the simple grandeur, the patriotic fervor,
or the Christian inspiration of this heart
felt and eloquent
PRAYER FOR THE UNION
0, Eternal God ! the supreme disposer of all
events, and the rightful Governor of all the na
tions upon earth, look down in mercy upon
our beloved country, and graciously avert from
us all those evils which we most justly have
deserved, and whereof our consciences are afraid;
the evils of discord and disunion. Raise up,
we beseech thee, a continual succession of able,
wise and good men, worthy to stand in the
places of the Fathers of our Country, so that
our Union being preserved, our free institutions
may be banded down, wholly unimpaired, to
the latest generations ! Grant this, we humbly
beseech thee, for Teens Christ's sake, our only
Lord and Savior ! Amen.
A POLITICAL BANQUET:OD the 28th
inst., a grand dinner is to be given at the
Sansom Street Hall, in Philadelphia, in
honor of the “workers" of the People's
party. This party, it is scarcely necessa
ry to say, supported Lincoln. The Phil
adelphia Enquirer says :
The committee having the matter in charge
met on Saturday evening to receive the reports
of the sub'-committees. Provision is to be made
for five hundred persons. The committee on
invitations read .a list of some fifty names, in
cluding the President and Vice President elect,
William H. Seward, Horace Greeley, Thurlow
Weed, F. P. Blair, John Minor Botts, Mr.
Evans, of the Baltimore "Patriot," H. Win
ter Davis, and other prominent Republicans.
No PRAYERS NEEDED FOR "HUMILIA
TION."—One portion of the recommenda
tion of President Buchanan is entirely
useless. This nation needs no prayers
for "humiliation." The election of James
Buchanan, and the results of his adminis
tration, have proved humiliating enough
without prayers for anything more in that
line. We trust the people generally will,
in mercy to the nation, ask for-no further
extension of that peculiar condition.
Moss Issommr DEMANDS.—The Legislature of
Georgia has adopted resolutions declaring the
absolute right of any State to secede at pleas
ure ; and upon this " Occasional," in the Phila
delphia Prue, says :
"From this it if•evident that the Disunion
jets have advanced upon their demands, and
now stand upon a doctrine which never can be
yielded by the Northern States The repeal of
the personal-liberty bills, the recognition of
the right of slaveholders to carry their "pro
party" into the Territories, and hold it there,
irrespective of the popular will, the passage of
laws recognizing the right of transit through
all thd free States of slave-owners with their
slaves, and even the acceptance of the remedy
proposed by Hon. Robert J. Walker that Presi
dential electors shall be elected in single dis
tricts as Representatives in Congress now are ;
all these concessions, if they could be made by
the free Stater s would not satisfy the fire-eaters
if the right of secession were not agreed upon,
and made a part of the reconatructinn of the
GoTerstment. Mark the prophecy."
pennollthanialp 4lclegraplb illonbap "Alta - noon, Mamba 24, • 1860.
Sure enough, at six o'clock in the afternoon
of Thursday the 29th of December, 1860, the
South Carolina Convention met at Institute
Hall, in Charleston, and signed the Ordinance of
Secession, the first formal act of rebellion ever
begun against the government of these States.
It had been engrossed beautifully on parch
ment, says the telegram conveying us this in
formation. The time is not far distant, when
that parchment and its contents and its signa
tures, will have anything but beauty, in the
eyes of its signers, and of the people whom
they have deluded into revolution, against the
most just and glorious government the sun
ever shone upon.
Yesterday , the Convention eat again, and
perpetrated the completement to the folly of the
previous day, in the form of a Declaration of
Independence I It is unworthy of the name of
a State paper—the only thing worthy of at
tention in it, being two or three eloquent pass
ages, stolen from the Declaration of the Thir
teen Colonies, and desecrated by a forced appii.
cation to this treasonable act of theirs. •
This paper is said to be from the pen of R.
Barnwell Rhett. We doubt it. It has noth
ing of his nervousness of style about it, or he
has lost it in the new exigencies of his position.
Deets out to enumerate the wrongs that South
Carolina has suffered at the hands of the Fed
eral Government and the free States of the
Union, and never once rises even to the dignity
of a spirited electioneering campaign 'document.
It deals in assertion, unsustained by facts. It
is a snarling recital of petty complaints against
those who happen to differ with South Carolina
upon the underlying principles of the Federal
Government. It is a poor rehash of Mr. Cal
houn's speeches, wifEout any of his plausibili
ty and freshness. It is the pronunciamento of
a defeated party, after an election, and abounds
in the politician's rhetoric usque ad nauseam.
Its authors will live to be heartily ashamed of
Messrs. Barnwell, Adams and Orr, have been
deputed as Commissioners to proceed to Wash
ington to treat with the government of the
United States, for the acknowledgment of the
independence of South Carolina, and for an
equitable division of the common property of
the United States, of which that State claims
a share i The appearance of those gentlemen
in the Capital, on such a mission, if Jackson
were at the head of the government, would be
apt to be the most uncomfortable act of their
lives. We can imagine the hero of New Or
leans, bringing his staff down to the floor, with
an increased energy, and saluting the emissa
ries of a State in rebellion against the United
States, with an oath that would overwhelm
them with confusion. And we can imagine
the next act which the public safety would
demand. What will Mr. Buchanan do, when
these parties come into his presence? Will he
take them to his bosbm, or will he—he knows
what his duty is. Let us see whether he will
The propositions submitted to the revolution
yesterday, bore unmistakea
ble evidence of the fact, that the authors of
secession had got the. tiger by the ears—had
plunged into a sea of difficulties that threatens
to inguif them. Not one proposition was sub
mitted, that could lead them out of their per
plexities. They are in the wilderness, and they
have no cloud by day nor pillar of fire by
night to lead them forward. All is darkness,
confusion, ruin. Every thing done, was in the
way of pulling down. That's an easy work,
at all times. They rescinded the oath of al
legiance to the Federal GovernMent, on the
part of the state officers, and substituted one
for the State only. Secret sessions were resolv
ed on, and one was held. They are afraid of
the public eye and publio ear. How different
the course of the body that declared our lode
•Gue - newsot the am of
secession, on the part of South Carolina, is re
ported to have set the secessionists .beside
themselves. They burnt powder freely, but
the cities of the border slave States'reefebted it
as a foregone conclusion, and without any spe
cial wonderment, regarding it lather as a
theatrical display, than any thing else. Not
even did stocks fall to zero in New York, as the
South Carolina leaders actually thought would
be the case. The represenlatives in Congress
from the Palmetto State, were going to make
a theatrical exit, yesterday, from the House,
but the House, the evening before, suspecting
something of such a movement, nipped it in
the bud, by adjourning over to Monday, when
any attempt at such display, we trust, will be
But Mr. Lincoln has spoken . at last, and in
tones of thunde e r. We printed his opinion of
rebellion and secession in last evening's second
edition. Is it this, that the complainants wan
ed him to say? Or was it, that he should an
nounce his intention to step in the shoes of Mr.
Buchanan? We rather opine, it was the latter.
Well—Mr. Lincoln has spoken, and the whole
country has rallied to the old Jackson doctrine,
that he has planted himself on. The people
have not voted in vain.. They have elected a
President, every inch of him, let his party pol
tics be what they may. And, it is stated, that
he has already called into the Department•of
the Interior, Edward Bates of Missouri, whose
views upon rebellion and secession tally pre
cisely with those announced in the Springfield
Journal. So that the new government will be
on the side of the Federal Union, as it is. This
is some comfort, in these days of high treason
to our institutions. And when the other mem
bers of Mr. Lincoln's cabinet come to be known,
we haves sort of indefinable notion, that they
will be of the same stuff as Mr. Lincoln him
self, and endowed with a superabundance of
It will be observed, that Senator Jefferson
Davis, after declining to serve on M. Powell's
Committee, has consented with unusual coy
ness to come back again. This, we take it, is
the prelude of that great act of his, which it
has been foreshadowed, is to compass all differ
ences, and bring back wandering South Caro
lina. It is hinted pretty strongly, that it will
propose to accept the late election of President
and Vice President, as Constitutional and law
ful, and leave the responsibility of'conducting
the Government to the Republican party—in
other words to give them a •fair trial. If this
be so, we are not sure but we will support Mr.
Jefferson Davis for President in 1864, just by
way of indicating our admiration of his states.
manship and wisdom, and patriotism !
Before closing this random article, we may
as well say to the reader, that we really see no
final danger to the Republic. Mr. Lincoln, we
think, will prove to be the man for the times
and the place, in which he will soon find him-
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From the Baltimore Patriot of Saturday
Progress of the Rebellion.
CHAS. BATCHELOR, Proprietor
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DAILY TELEGR AP E.
WASHINGTON, Dec 24
Housz.—The Speaker laid before the House
a letter signed by Messrs. McQueen, Bartram,
Boyce and Ashmore, of South Carolina, in
which they say they avail themselves of the
earliest opportunity, since the official inteli
genes was received, of making known that the
people of South Carolina in their sovereign ca
pacity have resumed the power which they
heretofore delegated to the government and
thus dissolved their (the signers) connection
with the House of Representatives.
In taking their leave of those with whom
they have been associated, they, as well as the
people of their Commonwealth, wish to express
a mutual - feeling of respect, cherishing the
hope that in future their relations may be
Laid on the table and ordered to be printed.
Mr. MONROE, (Ky.,) introduced a bill giving
a construction to the Fugitive Slave Law of
1793. Referred to the select committee of thirty
Mr. MORRIS, (Ill.,) offered a resolution for
the appointment of a committee of five to in
quire into the late abstraction of certain bonds
from the Interior Department, but suffered the
resolution to lie over for the pi agent. -
Mr. SLIERMAN, (Ohio,) having stated that he
had been informed that the Secretary of the In
terior would send a communication on the sub
ject to the House, Mr. Sherman, from the Com
mittee on Ways and Means, reported the Army
On motion of Mr. CRAWFORD, (Ga.,) it was
ordered that when the House adjourn to-day it
be till Thursday next.
Mr. KILGORE, (Ind.,) introduced a bill to es
tablish a Metropolitan Police for the city of
Washington. Referred to the Committee on
the District of Columbia.
The SPEAKER laid before the House a commu
nication from the Secretary .of the Interior,
stating that on Saturday last he was informed
by the voluntary confession of en officer of the
Department, that State bonds held in trust by
the United States for the benefit of the Indians,
amounting to 070,000, have been abstracted
from his custody and converted to private uses.
The'Secretary says the enormity of the fraud
demands full investigation by Congress, in or
der to vindicate his own honor and expose the
guilty and direlect. He therefore appeals to
the House lip the appointment of a committee
with full power to send for persons and papers,
add asks an investigation, with the view that
fall justice may be done in the premise?. -
Mr. SHERMAN said the Secretary of the Treasury,
also desired an investigation for the vindication
of his character, and introduced a resolution,
which Mr. Morris of Illinois accepted for his
own, directing the appointment of a select com
mittee of five to inquire into and report the
faots in relation to the said fraud ; and that the
committee have full power to send for persons
and papers. The resolution was passed.
Mr. Joao COCHRANE, (N. Y.) offaed a pre
amble and resolution setting forth the dangers
which menace the country, and that the re
moval of the slavt.ry question from our nation
al councils is the only remedy.
The President Wavering.
WA=minx, Saturday, Dec. 22.
It Is reported hereto-day, ongood authority,
ustAu..--tp_e.hetthe schemes of the dis
unionists. - --
The repeated efforts of General - Stlitc — lfFs
said, are finally producing a marked change in
the policy of the President, and he has been in
duced to reconsider the decision which forbade
all hope of reinforcing the little garrison at
Fort Moultrie. The current report to-day is
that military preparations will be commenced
immediately, by way of precaution against any
sudden act of the secessionists.
The Secession Feeling at Norfolk.
NORIOLK, Va., Pec. 24
The secession feeling is on the increase here.
Ashland Halt was again crowded on Saturday
night. Disunion speeches were delivered by
Col. Cronei and Gen. Tyler, which were enthu
thusiastically applauded. Gen. Tyler concluded
with the expression, "let the Union go to
hell." Which was received 'with loud and re•
The South Carolina Commissioners.
• CHARLESTON, Dec. 24
The Commissioners selected by the Sovereign
ty convention left here this morning for Wash
Southern Military Demonstration.
CHABIMSTON, Dec. 24
A company, eighty strong, arrived here from
Savannah, yesterday, for the purpose of tender
ing their services to the Governor in case of an
emergency. They style themselves "Minute
Men" or "Sons of the South."
Nem York Stock Market.
NEW "Tonic, Dec. 24.
Stock market heavy and dull. The prices are
depressed and have fallen 2 per cent.
Tannery Destroyed by Fire.
NASHVILLE, Tellll., Dec. 24
Lumsden &C o' . tannery was burned on
Sunday morning. Loss about one hundred
thousand dollars. .
Senator Johnson Burned in Effigy,
A dispatch from Memphis, Tenn., states that
Senator Andrew Johnson was burned in effigy
there on Saturday night.
December 22d, Mans Xuusurn Mums, daughter of
Henry and Hoariet Musser, aged 2 years 8 months and
Irt ar rit
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N. B.—Teeth mounted. in the latest Improved styles.
Au. WORK WARRANTED.
I take pleasure in recommending the above gentleman
to all my former patients of Harrisburg. and vicinity, and
feel confident that he will perform all operations in a
scientific manner from my knowledge of his ability.
de2l F. J. S. GORDAS, b, D. B.
For sale by
de2o WM. COCK 'JR. /a CO
xi l' A o
C DI O R NS A t tI.
wi.h ORANGES, LEMONS, BRIM FRUIT S, CRANBER.
RIES, and a variety of artioless suitable for the Holidays,
Jost, received by (d2o] WM. DOOR JR. at CO.
FOR .THE SEASON:
• Vanilla, beat in market,
Pure Distilled Rote Water, Parsley
Best English Baking Soda,
Pure Cream Tartar,
Extra Pure Spices
Fresh Culinary Herbs
KELLER'S DRUG STORE,
d2O 91 Market Street.
Duo DE Movranio,
Halimrat & Co.
G/ISLICR & CO.,
Is store and Per sale by JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
die 78 Market Street.
BRANT'S CITY HALL
MONDAY. TUESDAY &WEDNESDAY EYE'S,
DECEMBER 24th, 25th and 26th.
ROFESSOR J. H. ANDERSON, JR.,
the Wizard of tho World, Cosmopolitan Mannish of
magicians, and Cyelogeotic Thanmaturgist, in his elabor-
ately GRAND ENTERTAINMENT.
ON CHRISTMAS DAY,
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
ALSO, ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON & EVENING
AT Imo AND IitPARTSR OF RIGHT O'CLOCK.
Admission Twenty-Five Cents. .
Children Fifteen Cents.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at a quarter
before 8. (cll9-6t . l E. J. JORDAN, Agent.
LounviLLE, Dec. 24
JUST FROM THE CITY WITH A
NEW, FRESH AND FASHIONABLE!
7RE RIGHT ARTICLES FOR RATR.FACTORT
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS !
SELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY STORE,
91 MARKET STREIT.
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE
EXTRA FINE POINTED
NEWTON'S (formerly Bagley's)
O manufacture, warranted to be tho beat in material,
the finest pointed, most durable and as cheap as any
n for sale, with a variety of Gold and Silver
Cases of various sizes and prices, at
riERGNItR , S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
CgFAP JOHN'S BALM IN GILEAD
OIL can beitad 1411 W. MILES' DruguSiOre
NOTICE TO TAILORS.
HO, FOR THE HOLIDAYS
CHRISTMAS IND NEW WO
IN THE GREATEST VARIETY AT
51 MARKET STREET,
Comptising the largest and best selectedetocic of
ILLUSTRATED AND STANDARD
AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS
TOY BOOKS, (Linen and Paper.)
Games and Puzzles,
Innumerable in quantities and kinds
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT
EVER OFFERED IN THE CITY,
AT ALL PRICES
Suitable for all Denominations, in all
Sizes and Kinds of Bindings from
the most common to the finest
A LARGE Ak'SORTMENT OF
and SHOPPING BAGS,
WRITING DESKS . and CASES,
POCKET BOOKS, &0., &o
Fine Pocket Cutlery,
Peariand Ivory Paper Cutters
-Fine Gold and Silver
Pens and Pencil Cases,
Infinite in number, Style and Finish
A GREAT VARIETY IN SIZE AND PRICE OF
Checker Boards and Men,
IN GREAT VARIETY
PARLOR and BAT BALLS,
POMADES, EXTRACTS, &o,
Of all the favorite kinds
Hair and Cloth Brushes.
The above consists in part .of the many
articles which have been selected and
purchased expressly for their appropriate
character for the approaching
and will form a late and choice adtort
ment from which to select
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS
For price and assortment of Goods in
our line, we feel confident that we cannot
be surpassed by any house in the oily,
and for a proof of what we say, we i n vite
one and all to call and look at the great
61 MARKET STREET