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AND BLQOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER.
TERMS: g'2 00PER ANN'UM,
LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR,
"TO HOLD AND TRIM TUB T J 110 II OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'KR TUB DA HICK NED 1SA11TII."
BLOUMSLUltG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FENN'A., SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1863,
Vol. it. no. 7.
PC HUSHED KVKUY BATURDAT, BY
LEVI L. TATE,
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yfl, UD.-I lhuittrtitlitad(lTUrs.
A "'Fja A a'B'O K-,.S IL Y K B C.
I CT.Vt.TFIl l.lOMtM,
Di yuu aplixlil tlu Nation's enir,
yiuJ tliliik-m I'uulil Wibiter tli'julit -Tim
i.'oiiitltutlon anil the l""wt
With Uniim' llf- Inriuilitt
Jjm tlivii ymir suul.ltnlisnntit iwull
With corii frum tins frnil fli-tnl, who i'IJ
"1W .Vjho LiartaUfram licit I"
Yuu ur8 u "Cuppirhf ail !"
yu kmm ynur rharm-'d r I h t a I
An thus ptovo tr.iitur: "Ti
Th ni . thlopliii Zimpliytae
Wlu iiiii li M wny :
Ho you dplielho vtltiirv ImrJo,
Cp'in til - Onunlry' IIh! fed.
W li'i er.' cert iptniit s th 'lr L atJ t
VgU te ll"C'upp..rljt uj !"
Iij )ou tcv. r t" fjrm.T dy r,
TUt day r I i'v vi I r."i nv.i.
WiKm pti it tti lh . t,te,itMa' buy ;
Andwor- lUn rnu r I nruuu (
Wli.n nul th pi if timid unlr ths rmla,
Hut yi'. ths uuu tin' v.lfc' ImUhhiI !
Vhi-ri lionur 1 f iudly lu.t tho n I
Yii hw b "L'oppsthsad I"
Ui 51.U e'er pr.iy that lritV limy cfinn,
TbHt wur iu iy t,iy In criiM.in li iinli
A 11 J that tin hjid, M.'ilti) ul'p ti)
Tliiy truoJ tin- Ud I
If jtli yiiur pM)er. ff oi I my.
r.y' ul mrij i. Hi "P'i ""r hrni I
fuir, $hate 'tli nu-tlio -Nuiiri'luel "
Ultrdlturi Cpp'rh. all"
V hn ttiroinh.llieiie clouds ib UnUu Ur,
rlmll tlrugrfli' t ru 111 ita cad i r I i p ,
And tlio r-d iiii tnor of he or
'.'.nth ilie Iioriluu dip.
.Sm Ululnir I'UWsj be mine,
Vo i pitipli -It h.tply iti-id
1 bun tliir hiirt, ilmntiir Hi"
Utlur, the Mn?rAcni'
lltd rrcwd'Ul's V.1U11HIU.
T!n- M lowing i ijoiiig tlm lountlrt o!'
j'',t irctt. Wi- won't v moh (.r :t-s e cu
)nvt, 1I i m be ft-1 down as ft ''.;o;id
"Wolit-nr thiit Pivsidrnt Liticoln rc-
ifJ a a'i'tilinu U-telj in the uliapo of a
l ivl-tru of tlit Auinric jm ligli', w.th a li-huiit-inl
ulhiMoii. Tho liinl of Freedom
LOticurtd to be ct.t.cetl in j.ickiH up t;ohl
"sliiie 'l thf end ol too tjiru n.O't j ti,j.i , w th the Mate ol it-, e viinierce, hn u.es
m note i'ioi head, there i.is a pile ot j litei etuie, -ei nee, ai'ieu tui e, and ine
"ciceu'baokB ' ii.to which the uiu.l have ! Wiau.eal iudn-try. T.i.i work is a d.c.d.
. . , I e I imnrovciucur uuou our Aniiu il Jc.is
eu m)Rieii'.u--ly tr.ininii.ei.
'JUe rrnueui, woo ,.u.u i
pLilosupliii-ally , atld alwavs 'ckuoledge- J
a palpable bit with grace a-id D'Hiif- j
t,d eheeriulncs, went lo Ins Secret try ol
the Tmulliy to exhibit tus uito,iu oruet
th-it tho Utter might enjoy the joku with
htm. Mr. Chase, liotveu t, was imt dis
posed to take the matter i the same -pi-rit
an thu Prcsidout did, but app -aivd to
be much out of humor ;.t this hianigi api.
Hoil uttack upou his department of the
In tones iu which there was evidently
a alight adiuirture of irr. lability, ho re
hiark'idto the Presidcut that ho would
like to know who had made this uuwar
ru.tablu atta-kupou hi fin u.cial maiiige
luent ofthc nft'.tirs of tho nation ; that he
feared that somo of tho subordinates had
got up this libel upon him, and that he
would give a hundred dollars to know
who had done it. The President whose
question-asking proclivities are well known
haid that the offer seemed liberal; "but
Mr Chase," said he,"lo(oio I shall make
tip my mi ud on this subject, will you al
low me to ak you ono qiiostiuu .' "Ctr
tsinly," replied the Secretary, "i merely
wanted to understaiid,'' said the President
'tit which end of t o bird do you propose
to pay!" "Mm BnileV replied the
head of tho Treasury Department. "If I
am thus to be the subject of ridicule, 1
tnuil renew my application to be re ieved
train my duties as Secretary." ' 0 nuv.r
mind ! never mind ! Mr. Secretary.'' aid
the President; "we can soon remedy all
theio difficulties. All we have to do al'nr
we have uppns-ed tho rebellion. is to tutn
Ihe bird cud for end, and let the gold nud
greenbacks remain just as they arc, and
all will come out right." The Secretary,
ri stored to good humor, agreed not to re
sign uulesss Seward did.
"MubTEUKU In.' A joku iu told by
tho boys of the 1 lTtli, in icgard to the
mustering in" of a darkey attached to the
regiment who was fearful ho would bu de
prived of his pay unless ho was joined to
the fcrvioo. A large mustard pl ister was
applied to his back about a foot beloiv
where tho buttous on his coat nro placed
snd under the belief that nil soldiers were
served in tho same nutiinor, ho wore it un
til tho pain became unoudurable, at which
time ho wns declared MuustereJ.in," ac
cording to tho law iu Mich oiisos mado and
... i . , 1
UDITIIII MV I.BVI 1,. TA'I'i:, IMU) I'll I l;Tl J II
GATUUDIT, AI'RHi 18, IH83.
Tile Anliiiul jClojitCili.i i'or ib02.
1). Appleton i"c Oo. have uipidl) pas cd
tlnougli tbe jirebs the tvuo d volume ill
tbe new annual publication, which was
received ith U':h favor by all elates ol
the uonitnunity. It' contents cnibruee the
material and intellectual progress of the
year, paitieulaiiy in this country j the
important civil and political measures of
the Fed trnl and State governments ; an
iieeuiatu and inintite history ot the striiij
"le. ol the ureal armii-H and the inaiiv
baitles, illiistialed with maps ot theciiiir-
try and plans of the actii n, taken Iro.u
oflieial e.ipie. the proeeediui in thu Con I
1'eileiaU' tjtnte.s to maintaiu the war atul :
esiaoii,u men- government ; uu iicb.itea
of ihe F.tleral ami Omilu.lorat Ooi,,nf-
u, ; the linanciM mouMircs of tbe hov.tii-
incut thu commerce, k :. ; al-o, the pro'
less of foreign nations, including die Alex,
ieiin lij-.peilltioiij the ignominious lli.ht. of
Utho from Ureee ; the Tac-piu IM-
lion in China; the cautious ni..reh ol ths
Uu-tiaiiH into Persia, their intrigues in
AighanUtun, and their match to tiiu Chi
mat. l.-otiii.'i' ; the Cochin China war ; the
disticss of the La net.-hi re operatives ; the
.'oppao ol this looms of Mulhouic and
L voii-i ; aho, the dwelomeiils in tho
physical science-; the pnigivs.i of litciu
ture, m chuuiual inventions an. I impiove
nieiit-; the riligiouMbtJti.-t.cs ol the world,
and biographical sketches of tiie ciniueui
peisoi.s deceased in llij.
An an evidence of the hih estimation
in which the voiu'.ie for t held in
Knlan.l, we append the following notice
from thu London Dn Uj Svicni
''I'his vain .b!e work e intaiiis, as tioar
ly a i may hi. m-iteriali for the complete
h ttory of America for tho year. It ein
biaoes the poiitioil, civil, military and so
ci il iilfairs of the Western Ijoinineni lor
that period. It piusct'iu all the pu lie
doeunc'iil.- for tho luture hiiioriau, records
the bingr.tphy of nun who h ive pl.iyi d a
dutiiij.aiiih. d 1'iir ita ft - grctt events tint
hue ooi'iinvd during tho e-ir, and i;ia
lull 'I.ua-tics of the ooimIiIi iii of the ua-
!tr; h cJinpi-eheiuh a ui jeli wider circle,
u.it-j.d, it eselu.Iec roiiroj y any thing ouu-
With tue national lite. It givtn the
authotities a.l iy:nnl piic-s uj en which
its stut'jtneiil-i are louinl d ; an I '.he ilpha-
bo ic.il ananeuioii',. lie u,h it bicak up
the hi-to.ic d connection of (ho eout 'iii.-.
renders the u very e.isv of reference. We
iimot iiin,:ino a more 'jeful book fr
i.itiiiulule fCiv ce to any mi" nil rested in
wiiitis taking place in the Cnit'il Utati'S.
Were our nuinb.-ra of pailinicnt. who take
an anuu..l oppoitunity ol di-plaN ing ih ir
ignor nice butoio their CTii-iiiucnt-, tlncile
oiiou.h to consult the pug s oi thi authen
tic work, they would not bu ki fr-quenily
exposed to the rcjirouuh of delivering op u
10 ii formed upon the ino.il distorted views
o American iiifnir-. For will the value
o the work cease with thu immediate ii.-
tcrcst it is oileulatxl to ixeite. I'.verv
nuccceding ye.v will add to it As the
colors with which imagination, prejudice,
and pi.ssioi.s surround tin .-o'enin events
now occurri g anvjiiji-t our Tr nsa lanue
kinsmen fade with time, -o will ihe tin h
tul records of these annual volumes be
come more distinct and more precious to
the hi-to ical inquirer. Suould the work
be eontiiiuid, as it deserves to he, during
a lonsoiifs ot years, America win have mnuoucu: while uie placing oi tuo von
to bea-t, among oilier thi.igs, of posie-sin iudiate loan at a premium, iu London
Uie luilis-i auu ue.ii nrrangou repertory oi
history iu the world."
C u'l'ElUiKADS ! They turn hoys out
of school in Connecticut for wealing the
Copperhead or Badge of Liber y Ni v, r-thelen-,
everybody seems au.ious to ileein
the ensign of freedom. "The Copper-
head ' is evidently duetined to be the most
popular bit of the kind over made. The
Abolitionists made :i bad speculation who.;
they thought they would injure Democrats
by applying 1 1 thoui this term. Every
name their party has a-uiued thoy lnvo
riiiin-il and disgraced, while every name
their party has as-uuied they have ruiicd
ami disgraced, while every naiuo which
they have derisively applied to Demounts)
h.ts bi coinc honoraho and oven noble
Democrat was first a term ot reproach.
So was Loco-l'oeo. ftuif itw Lopper-
head. All hail, then, Copperhead. Thu
iiiaii v.ho will not accept it is not quite a
' TT , ,
BSC ' Mrs. McUellan, o Last C to -
vvich.Jt. 1. grandmother ot Gen. McUoU
. . . .
Tho modest man is seldom tho object
Letters of Jilarquo.
'I'litf war itniiiiiiiltee waited ujion the
President yeaturday to nrg.! llip issuing of
letters of niuruuc. and to ludui-o tuo
!Pie..i,!e.it to in!oni,Kngl,nd tli.it the let-
ting loose o( tlie ten iion-elnd war ves-
sels now buildiug in htr harbors tor the
ruljuls will be conquered a declaration ol
war upon ua, and that, unless dti-ps are
i tnki n at once lo prevent tuitlier opeiations
; in ilmt line, Lord iyons be furnished Ins
liaiMport'i and Uiiarles I'rancir Adams bo
recalled. It is urged upou tbe Pi'esidout
that Unylish ve.sels are now, under the offiuu and soldiers of his oommand for
rebel fla , swecpim; our counncrec from' tle acr jtl whioh they have conducted
the fens, nud that in less than ninety days j tliuiiiidvus iu tho last expedition,
a fleet ef Hnliih iion-clad Moamers. of. ju a uinrcli of nearly one hundred
uiO't forinidbblu cluracler, will sweep Lniluj, ocuuuying a period of fivo days,
away our blockading squadrons and open . tl,ey imve borne up under fatigues and
ru.'l ports, oi.cn.tary ouwnra, uowovcr, i
hop a to Si ttl.' tho wh ilc matter amieably
atul loirs that -oinothiuu may bu done to
oll'eud Kughtnd if wo do not act with
jin nt eauiion and deliberation. The
Pieident u niuoh incensed that L rd Ly.
oih .shuuld have bceii plotting treason with
1 ho leaders of the opposition to the Gov
eminent here in the National Capital, and
unless sonieihiii" uulbreen occurs, the
next four d.iye will biing forth somo of
the i I'porlant movements in the whole
hist. ry of thu rebellion. Ah some definite
, ". , : , , , ,
,;ll,',.'v'or,t',".1 a ' -V"'
i '""c,t ' ",l'ud 'P '"'lUm
I tni,t tl:;lt tliu Fro-ident will not be
led to (lie commission of n rash act, by
this W.xi oo'ituiilloe, which has already
doICh0 lmlch llllSL.lli(,r Wc aru no illar.
, ,, . . ,
mists; but we would Uga-t to the pow
ers in Washington to look at thu politic d
horizon iu Europe. Things do not look
so favorable lo us as they did but a fort
night ago The polish insurrection, we
dci.ply regret, is crushed The dictator
Lanciicwk"., is no longer in tho field.
llu wa-. at last account;, in Gallieia, (Aus
tiiaii Poland), whence he wa m nt. to
Cracow or some other Au'Urniti o;ty. We
learn, besides from the 'Atiburg Cnz '
the best informed p.iper on the stihj ct
that audi is the nuinbBi' of troops which
the t zar is pourihg into Poland, that the
Autiiuu Government considered itself au
thoiuid to tie in a ml an e.planatioii as to
their ultimate des;ination. It is uudoubl
edly the intention of the Csur, after hi
shall again be master of the tituation, to
rrant a jf -neral amnesty and reforms.
The rep..t to the Fretich Senate on the
bulged of the petitions in favor of Poland,
di-tiuctly points to it, and French diplo
ni.'ioy will c-'lcbratc another triumph.
Nai'Oieon, will now be able
to turn hi
attcniiou o euother qtnrtcr of
'lis obj ct i- not to bo iso'at 'd iu what
ever he may resolve to undertake lie
has espericuced tho sid effects of isolation
in M 'xico ; but, if England, in con-c-qucucu
of tho diplomatic blunders of sonic
of our Washington taiesulen, were too ill
upon him to aid in the opening of llu
iSuHt'irni 'nits, we would not like to guar
antee his pence. tblo intentions.
The Abohtiou prois of this country has
deceive i the people in regard to European
sympathies All our information (which
is as good as tint of .some of our conteni
poraries w iio pro fen to bo officially in
humed.) convinces U that tho cour.'O of
the llduitnistratioii, in the conduct of the
war, is not approved, and tho wisdom of
our Statesmen not admired by a single
European government The approval of
a few Abo.ition societies ill England, are
no otl'-et to the universal ooiideinn ition of
our policy by every prominent European
statesman Mr. Lincoln is applauded
iu E.lgland by peoplo without power or
... . ti 1 i t . t si
aiid Palis, shows that t .c man who have
sicco-s to the irovcrning cla'scs of England
and Franco are against us Where: their
money goe-, there are their sympathies.
We do not like the calm attitude pre
served by the French Emperor after the
coarse r p'y of Mr. Seward to tho public
invitation of Mr. Diouyn do Lhuys. lis
eilni u usually tho forerunner of a etorin
There is no other ruling prince, on any
European throne, who has acquired such
con. plvte control over his passions who
reads othei men so thorougly while him
aclt is u scaled book even o his mini. teis.
. gain wo ask not U.u war committee,
who tire past living icasoned with but
the -ecretary of State, not to allow him-
nelf to be precipitated into somo rash act.
Ii i, our linn opinion that tho issuing ol
.. it ... I . . . t , 1
letters ol ma. que wou.u, iu icss man
month-, if nt sooner. I -ad to a war wtth
,, tli ui ono Kuropom power.
, Have we no' received provocations even.
f'ou. the petty States of Central Aiuica,
,n tu Ml wo havo postl)pllc,l our
rcsanlmollt f Why can wo not do. 4o in
regJrd l0 otuor powers, who woul'd like
notliiug ueuer mu u ji.auu.w ,,.v,i .v.
Too much company is worse than none.
Our friend Wirt, uow at New Bcrco N. 0.
BelJs U9 l)U foiowin complimentary uo-
. . . . D ,. , , . ,,.
Uc,J oi tbo n'".'"do wh,ch L,e ,a hlilf
issued oil its return from a lato cxpcdi-
it, .,j Quarturg 1st Bricade,
y Corps, V
Gth Diviaion, 16th Army Corps
New Berne, N. 0. Mar.
Special Orders, No. 'it,
I. The General ooiumauJine tho Bri-
caje t.i, onnoituuitv to thank the
hardships, and have shown powers ot en
durance which would have done honor to
the oldest b-igadet in the service there'
has not been a siiij-le iii.-tauce of mWigtug
of propeay, a record it,elf unequaled.
and they have finally arrived in camp
with but two -trairBl -M from the wholo
eoiumand, both of whom have already re
Although there was no opportunity in
j which thu fighting finalities of thu troops
could be hbowu, yet the l?ouiniandiug
, (Je.ieral is well itsmrcd that when the
time does come the soldiers of this Drig
udtt will conduct thcin-elves in a manner
that will do honor to themselvos, their of
ficers. am' tho State they represent, in
this struggle for the restoration of the
Union as it was.
By command of
Britf. Ueu'l., F. B. Spinold.
G. S. Williams.
Lieut. & A. A. A. G .
For the Columbia Democrat.
Duty Sir : A short time since the
people of liohrsburg, and vicinity, assem
bled together at tho Presby teiian church
near Town for thu purpose of hearing i.
scriptural Discourse as it had been pre
viously unnouueed, that there would be a
-erinon delivered by a man from a di
tanee, who no doubt had been invited by
some Abolitionists to address tho people
of that place on that occasion. The Dem
ocrats went expecting to hear a discourse
on scripture, but greatly to their disap
pointment it was ono of tho most contra
dictory Ab'ii'i'm disunion spiecha ever
made : mch as meets the approval of the
Tories only anil deserves thu condemna
tion ol every true patriot. It was made
by ono who enter'.aius tho same opinions
and advocates tho same doctrine in gov
ernmental affairs that his tory leaders are
now tryitog to carry out, by men who have
always fought against thu Constitution
To prove thi-, let us notice the past.
Our government had for sixty years,
with the exception of a few times, bceti
administered by Democrats, on Demo
cratic principles, and to the interest of
the whole Thus administered, America I
asc.'iidcd the scale of "national greutnes, j
...:.i. .......ii.,,. iii'kr nnn inrnnr i i fr,Mt-'
Willi U .IUIIJ Hi", u..v.w., .j.,ut-
ed. The reason why thc uuion ol these j
States was not dissolved when tho Aboli- j
tionists were iu power before the election
of Mr. Lincoln, was because tlwy believed
the people had not become sufficiently rjin.
I'limiizitl to carry out their damnable doc
trine. But as soon as they through their
intrigues gained absolute power the uuion
was di-solved and the country precipitat
ed iu to war, because thoy triod to cuforco
their uucoustitutioual measures on
. , .1.. .1 .i ct ii it f Iti-iii mirnncn tint rtttltp in
" . , . .
prohibit Mavcry irom ucing cxienueu
. . . . t . ,i i-t -. i
into new territory , uui io uuuuau u wuemi
it existed. Now, any one who has read,
knows very well, -hat when tuo Unstitu-
tion was lonned there were twelve Slave
kJitllVO J VV - ww m-mhbu ...... uv iiwj
would not couseut to bceoino subject to
the Constitution, until it was so writteu,
as to leave the rijiht of holding slaves lo
tho will of the people of any State that
wished to havo slavery- It this point was
ti'ttlud then, if the States did not delegate
this right to the General Govcrtinient, aud
the Constitution Was adopted with the
couseut of all the States, with this reserv
ed light, what business had tho General
Government to asviiuiu and enforce pow
ers that did not belong to it! If savory
is a moral evil, and is a Statu matter in
depiiideut of tho federal government, tho
people of mch States and not those who
control the federal authorities, will be held
lsibll. ,-,. tllu bi. But disregard-
. ' ruut,amental priU(.lpalH Up0u which
Constitution was adopted, they have
poim.ut umilc bptwot. ,h0
j , ornmcnt by interfcr.
, bb adv011al thu right
, ' ' .:, nn tn
;,,oluh at ni!marcl.. What dul
. . . . , , Becon(1
dress to Congress, in July 4tU 1801.
' '.iThic in cHnntIallv a neonlo's
said. "''This is essentially a people s con
test On tnc side of the Union it is a
struglo for niAintaiuing in thu world that
form and hubstaticc of govcrntnont whoso
leading object is to elevate the condition
of men, to lift tho artificial weights from
from all shoulders, to c'.car the paths of
laudable pursuits, to afford all an unfet
tered start and a fair chanco in tho race
This is tbe kind of language that was
made use of by the representative ol the
Abolition party, the meaning of which
any ono who can comprehend anything,
very well knows. And has not tho late
Abolition Con;, res confirmed theso decla
rations by coufering supremo power on
that ' Id Abe at the brad of government
thereby destroying the Constitution Ex-
cu'O inc, I have beun diverging, I hero bol- j
. tiiv omJ feai-less.lv assert that it ban been
j L; h Mlch m , , ,
43 , .
1 bHT0 tlio Bubjcc t of this wr.ung,
that our once g'orious and happy country
has got into the deplorable condition it is
in nt piesent. And thoy will, I believe,
be held responsible for tho lives lost
through the st.ug.'le. But their days are
altno.it numbered The nomocracy is
. . , , ,
using fast, and when the Democrats get
in power they will constitutionally con-
sign the A-olitiou traitors to the infamy
' ' AK OTiSF.BVF.R
Democratic Union Meeting.
The Democrats of New Columbus Bor
ough and surrounding Townships, met iu
the Hall of lion John Koons,on Tuesday
evening April 7th, to consult on the con-
of our once happy I 'ouutry, The meet-
ting was called to order by G C McWa iue
who nominated Joseph Boston, E-q. for
Pres., Hon. D. L. Chapin and Jacob Brit-
tain, as vice Pres., and Myron W. Brittain
The President them introduced Mr G.
W. Dudley, who occupied the floor for
two hours and through his discourse was
vociferously cheered by the audience for
for his patriotic remarks. lie hid plain
by before the people the record of the op-
po.-ition party, and proves that they had
betn the ouy ,ililoi;ttl 2,l'"J x'"'1 'he
southcru Rebellion broke out; andth.it
thcy were the only two that now existed,
lie briefly refered to (Ud Abe's "Fort
resolutions," but thought it not worth
while to dwell upon his record, for the
People know it to their sorrow. He also
proved that the negro was better off in
bondage than free, and that it was the will
of God, and what was his will fehonltl bo
the will ofthc people, and as for the or-
igin of the negro, he wag not pos;tive, but
he d.d know that he hud relations, and
they were tho l'Aholiuon vigzer-IIcads."
After the speaker closed his remarks
the incctinir atli'iuincl bv divine; three for
U)C Sp(.al.cr am tirt! r0Using nheers for
(.tll(; Ulliou ils jt was an( ,tic Constitution
Faixii in the Lo d and Gen. Mc
Ci.ei.lan. Sunday evening, Hev. Mr.
Pi clier, assisted by other ministers, held
i divine service iu the Soldiers' Rest, which
I was attended by a large urmber of sol
diers, Mr. Pitcher, alter preaching an
j appropriate discourse, exhorted his hear-
I ers to enlist on the side ol the Lord,' and
nroceeded to inaiiire, "Who has Initu in
I the Lord? ' when an n
Id roldier, slkjhtly
he worse for liquor, rose in his nl ion and
ui... l it if I linnin i i-jiili in ill,,
Mu(Jlell t()0 , . t0 hicll
res.)l)Ilbiv, ,.ttait.na.. woru
The roldier of large faith was forthu ith
taken out. Washington Slur, Murdi ai.
The true NtaaERHE.iu D.icritNn.
At an Abolition meeting in Concert ; who spot tho "traitors ot the ISorth
Hall, Philudelphia, on Thursday rveuing 1 ihould rank with the 'immortal three
lust, a Kcvercnd" Albert iS. Gilbert hundred" that defended the Pasi of Ther
niado a speech in which he said . "This mopyla) or the ' six hundred" that rode
is a war for the abolition of slavtry. ( jntD the jaws of death at tho battle of Hal
Why should we longer uttenipt to hood- ' aklavB. If tho war continues, Simon will
wink one atiother ? Why should we de
ny what we know to bo a faot ? From thu
first of January, Itjliil, 'every truo aud
loyal American is an abolitionist, every
American army an abolition army, and
wherever it advanues carries in'ou hand
the sword or tho f!un ; iu the other, fret-
dom to tho uegio.'
The A miner or DKSt.i'.Tf.ns. Accor
ding to a lato army order, additional
means are taken for the arrrBt and run
ishmcut of dcht'i-tors. All rciiorts in such
, . I.-...
nnu09 urn reii-rri ii in nou. rrv. iiiu i ro.
vost Mdrahal Geiiral,
ar Don't judge by one view of pcrfon
The Spiritual JRnilronii.
Tho road to Ifcnvcn by Christ was made,
Will you go, will you go f
Iu llcavdtily 'truths (ho tails wcro laid,
Will you go, will you go !
From Earth to Heaven the lino rfctends,
To life eternal where it ends :
Will you go, will you go !
Itupcntcnco is 'tho s'tation then,
Will you go, will you go !
Where travelers arc taken in j
Will yvu go, will you go!
And whero there is no fco to pay,
And Jtsus it Himself the way,
Will you go, will you go I
The Bible is the Engineer.
Will you go, "will you go?
It points tho way to Heaven so clear,
Will you go, will you go'?
Through tunnels dark and dreary there,
'It'doos the way to Glory steer;
Will you go, will you go!
s lovo's the fire, IHs truth the steam,
Will you co, will you go ?
Inch drives the engine and th" train.
Will you go, will you 'go?
, C," uo wotll(1 -"or.v rlUo . ,
Must come to Christ ; iu him abide ;
umi ... -n
n ill you go, will you go :
i Conic poor sinners, now's tho time,
I Will you go, will you go?
I At any .station on the line,
! Will you go. will you go ?
n jrau mpum auu itiru irom sin,
The train will stop and take you in.
Wi,l you go, will you go?
Tiio Anns Movomonts.
Wo mean the army of tax collectors,
says the somerset ftwocrat. The coin
missioncr of Internal Bcvcnue reports that
there arc three thousand eight hundred and
eighty two persons employed in collecting
tho imrioeal t. This constitutes an
nrmy of cosideniblfe size ol more than
ordinary diuioneions, for it is made up ot
follows that swell tronicudously, some from
the iuflaiion of vanity and others from
whiskey. It should be remembered that
thesu tax collector are old broken down,
political hacks, who never could get office
by tho voiea of the people, and therefore
,got an appointnmnt from the President to
an office which will serve them to takerc-
venge on the people, who oould never np-
prceiate their good qualities,
A whole brigade oi tax-collectors
strong, among the people 1 And volunteers
at that, they are none of your coircripts,
or nine mouths men, they are iu for the
war. When they heard the Toice of Old
Abe, as one crying iu the wilderncs, they
came forth from tho grogorics and tho
bar-rooms, Irom the gutters and the gamb-
ling houses ready and eager for tho fray,
Tiny are well drilled and well armed aud
though volunteers they are regulars iu
more than one senco of the word,
Tho Abolitionists boasted all aloncr that
thuy had more volunteers in the army thau
thc Democrats, they must havo included
tho tax eolleotors who arc, without excep
tion, vvhoollyheads. What devoted and
telf saciilicing patriots I serving their
1 country in the midst of "traitors'" at the
rate of five dollars per day. and demand
that the war shall be prosecuted until the
last drop of blood is shed and the lust
dollar is spent ! What disinterested, high
toned abolition patriotism !
I It outstrips even "Andrew's Swarms"
' d Greeley's OOOjOOO! Who is so base
! a' 1 question their love of country ! Yet
ho are for peaco and compromise, stop
and think! 11 tho war stops their oceupa-
tion is gone, auU woutu you deliberately
tlimvv thcso men out ot houorablc euin ov-
and rob them of their hard earned
..ai j Thes- things must not bo. Thc
. 4 000 martyrs to abolitionism must be sup-
J ported. The 4,000 tax collectors, who
I provide the means to freo the negroes must
i bc encouragcd.Tho 4,000 treason smellers
no doubt, make them thc offices of tho nc
gio army ho is about to organizo iu the
slave districts of Georgia and South Car
olina, and that together with the collectur-
hip will support thorn liandsouwly. If
,t.0 war Bt0I) We ask that they , wouuded
i ,r ,,t. wounded, bo undo ncusioners of
tlio government for life. Whatevor bo the
result, wo are dulenu nod that these vo'uu
tcer patriots shall not suffer.
jgy'Wo clip tho following from an ax-
C- ha p nTtrs qAVo o L spiucK ,,Or
htttbc aoci, t Eorojojr, a bo fa
oonol?Idid 0 yax q cjr on t -ipe a,
I'll' Ve SI"'"3 W
It will he remembered that ANDnw
Jackson was President of the United
j State when the hcro.y ol Secession u
first avowed by South Oaroiina. Ho up
1 pressed the Kebelllbn'iu short order; he
jdid it, too, inside of the Constitution and
j he never believed it occossary to go bp
, youd this instrument to nioct any cmir
gency (hat might arise Speaking ofth
powers o the General Govorntncnt, ,
says in his farewell address':
"Its legitimate authority is abundantly
cullicittit for all tho purpo'cs for which it
liia uuiiiiu , auu iitt powers Doing ex
, prcssly enumerated, there can be uojun-
tincaiiou tor cunning anything beyond
'them Even jUcmpt lo ex'rcise'power be.
Lomi these litnils slwitU be vromvtlu and
ftnnl'i oppose. Put one evil eiaRpl
will lead toother mtasura-f till nioro mis
chievous ; and if the principlo of construc
tive powers, or suppb-ed advantages, or
! permitted to justify the assumption of
I power not civen bv the C'onstition. tl
luiirpuiuinry eircunisiancos snail over be
power not given by the C'onstition, ths
ucncrai t.ov, rnment wi I before long ab.
soil) all tho powers of legislation, and
you will have in effect, but olic consolida
ted government, Froin the extent of 0nr
country, its diversified interests, different
pursuits and different habits, it is 'too oh
vious for argument, that a single cjikoIi
dated government would be wholly in
adequated to watch over audproUct in
iutoicsts ; and every friend of our free in.
stitutions should be always prepared to
uviint tin unimpaired, and in 'f61f vigor,
the rights and sovcroign'ty of tho States,
and to confine the action of the General
Government sttictly to the sphe're of iu ap
If the Constitution was good enough .for
our fathers, it ought to bo good enough
for us; and if "its legitimated authority
was abundantly sufficient" 'to suppress in
surrcctien and thwart secession in 'the
days of Andrew Jackson, it ought to bo
so in tho days of Abraham Lincoln. Th
fault can not bo in thc scopo of ''its leg
itimate authority," but in him who at
tcniepts to wield it. The Constitution ii
till the same not a provision annulled
not a power weakened ; but Abraham
Lincoln is not Andrew Jackson. I pat is
whot's the matter. ' So say s the I alliy
Spiiit, and bo say we.
We'll Siivc and Die tor Union.
Hold th Constitution u'er us
Gift of Sires who've gone before tii I
Let the Old Flag wave above it
God will bless, and Man will love it 1
For LIBERT V and Union
On Uuion ground
We'll ull be found,
To .ive and dio for Union.
Tin peoplo 'lcetrd Old Abe Lincoln.,
Wonder what they wcro a thinking' J
Abraham was nnold dcooiver,
Rail-wood splitter Union cleaver
Old Abe wont save Uio Union t
On Uuion ground
Ho is not found ,
And cannot savo tho Uni'to'
Abraham ho makes Proclamation,
Which he says will savo the Natioa
Calls tho slave to insurrection,
Says they shall have his protection !
Old Abe can't save tho Uniori I
On Uuion ground
He is not found :
no will not savo the Union.
Years of warfare! bloodshed! horror t
Fears of broken hearts and sorrow,
Widows, Orphans, bankrupt Nation
Atul yet our eyes seo no salvatiun.
A way ;
They will net savo tho Uniod !
On Unloii ground
They are not found
Who favor war for Uflidn.
Oh, Peace, sweel peace, thou blest or Jcu
Peace, sweet prtco which Heaven pleyf
Come, wo pray thee ! conic to bless ii I
Liit this stiifo no more distress as I
Look North and South for Uuion
On Union ground
We'll all bo found.
And hvo and dio for Union.
Down with Wado, and Chase, and H .kaoU
Wenk or wicked wo will call such
, Give ui men, ns rulers o'er us
, Lihe Vallaucighara and Voorhees I
Ouch wii will give us Union i
i)n Union ground
They are always found,
And loyal to tho Union,
t&3 Major General E. Vi Sumner died
. at tho residence of his son-in-la, at 8yr-
touso, New York, on the 31bI till , f
jitibu of tho liinfin,