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CORRESPONDENCE. And e'en the crowd that on his favor feeds.
Sometimes detests him and at times they fear,
(we hints contribution to this department of the Ott-
But fawning drag behind him year by year.
server from persons of avaar shads of opinion—religious,
p9ldletl or otherwise,—lt being understood, of rout*, These are the men who still desire to reign,
Oat the Vattor Is to DO tray to be hell responsible : lot the • These are the men who are the eourten's
,4ftevs or statements of his correspondeata. ail articles, bane; ,
/to secure insertion, mutt be atoompazded by the real name These claim to fight on fair Liberty's pint,
of the author.]
, And every moment stab her'to the heart;
• ,Th'e4. slaughtering generals risk the lives
, - ..5. Carriers' New Year's Address to . the Pa- (iridium es
men in vain; while Freedom strives
trans of 4he Observer.
_..._.- . Toisave her anoient banners from the dust,
, / They drunken, riot in the tyrant's lust.
The Carriers, who with each sueceding stir- And he the soldier, patriot and MAX
ring week,. ...
he honored hero, great hinelmAtatn—
From bright and vernal spring to winter's For naught removed from fields his skill had
icy keep,. . ' won,
flare brought to sad or joyous hornet; tb E're yet the bird of victory had Sown—
Printer's cheer, , _ .- While yet his onward course had just begun,
Now wish their friendi the blessings of t e Refused to be the soulless tool of sham
fair New Year. • Lost his deserved place, but saved hieTwele - h.
And though our land, that erewhile raised Too honorable for their brutal taste,
its head f ' ! A craven thing like Butler, called the Beast,
In pride of yonthrtil happine.s and wealt,b„4.Did better for their Abolition scheme, •
Ha, felt the scourge of war. that crept, by I Than who o'er that the Union deem.
Stealth, , And thus this horrid, aimless strife goes os,
To blast our hdmes with mournings for the And thus, oh shame ! are "freedom's" bat
dead, ' ties won ;
And all jts horrors that are best untold, Dungeons dark, lad banishment and exile,
save made our hearts itt times sink sad and The patritit'e portion is the Basal*:
cold, ••. , The poor are groaning with the ilia of war,
Yet may we hope that day not far removed 1 The rich grow richer, the poor poorer far;
When all we've lost that once we so much i Some mount exultant on the rolling, wave,
loved, And some ere swept into an early grave. -.
Shall bless the patient, and the saddened By bad men's folly, oh how long, how long
cheer,— , Shall stiffer, weep and die, this endless
At least ere yet we greet again the glad throng?
New Year. And yet not always will the nnbought few,
B e cru s h e d by this unholy mew t
For them shall- unborn millions learn to
For them shall thankful freemen temples
raise.- . .
Thy march, oh Freedom..to the frontsholl lie,
And thou, oh Liberty, shalt never die!
Shalt not 'die! by thy many ages toil,
By the blood that stains the hallowed soil
Of gallant freemen's dear bought land,—
By thy marty)sed chainpions' dying sighs, ' By the dispairing and ascending cries
From that Watching patriot band!
By the glories of the honored past,
By the sacred memories thronging fast
From Golumbia's historic page I
By the bones that stilLunburied tell
The spot where thy defenders bravely fell—
Thou shalt survive fanatic rage 1 • ,
Though on those distszt hills of purist. snow,'
Though in those streams' that now so clearly
-The crimson tide of war shill run. ,
Tho' battle thunder shakes this quiet shore,
Though peace shall Sy forever more—
Yet shall thy life again be won.
Yes, thou shalt triumph over every foe,
And firmly strengthened' by thy bitter won,
Enforced-shall yield to no demand;
Thy laws and charts,- thy friends indignant
By jeering lunatics insulting tern, •
Shall rule again thy -chosen land I
Then loose the struggling captive from her
Let Truth sod Justice visit no again,
And Liberty redeemed, triumphant reign !
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But you would hear the Carrier's version of
And know what they, though humble, think
That bother older heads that nod in bench
• and bar,- -
And how the changes that the Eery ordSal
To our Republic' t s honor, liberty and joy
Affect the mental optic. of the Printer boy.
And first, as duty binds us, in these strange
We speak with boundless awe of those who
wear the bays
Of honor or dishonor; our Rulers—mighty
At least they should be from the,place they're
(Not the Capitol, that some folks-mai call a d'An
Of sin) but the offices, where they'r wearin'
Out their precious lives in deadly knocks
Upon the nation's patience, and its money box.
And first the President ihat gaoi old—man
Who some time since to. crush" things
. Just after he in Scottiih plaid begirt
Informed the world that no one yet was
Then made the discovery astounding,
That rebellious fellows were abounklmg ;
Then jumped into a suicidal strife,
And thought thereby to save the "nation's
'rie - cosier, 5.y. this "giant intelleck,"
To pay a small sum than a bigger,
Tis 'eerier too to save a partial wreck;
Than vainly tisk the, Union's precious
In straining at the "nigger,"
And yet, oh saddest sight to see! ,- I
eo It a traveler, upon his return from a ferelmt
Illcod flows in endless quantity,
untry r were to tell us that it wee the habit
And still shall flow, so ekTeth he'
In hie late:so-called amnesty, of the people be had visited to belf-sterve the
Until that "'nigger" shall be free. prisoners, •insene persons and paupers am-
Free ! oh sacred word, whose hollowed birth mined to the‘r care; we would be apt to regard
G 'tie joy to suffering millions of the earth; them as of a very low type of civilir.rion ,
Ttott word that rent the quick blood emirs.
Consideration forth. criminal and uafortunate I
The swelling hearts, of. th ase...l4o...kandrela- -ie one o [ the .iletioguishiatchernoteMeriecof
'knew; ! a Christ' an d oltilimil eomesualty. If,
Now, now alas ! the hope that patriots gave,
further, we teets toil that nos. only were the 1
Ana left the homes of all except the slate !
Oh ! Abraham in thy young years, inmates of the prisons under-fed, but brutally '
Ti hen thou perchance shed dirty tears used; that yonngboys were beaten with bugs
When-flogged for usual boyish pranks, l cart-whips, and yolng girls,' some almost, and
Bidet thou then dream of greenback , -
banks.— ' 1 . - • ' others quite women grown, were punished by
Of all the poner, and blood, and toedieS, btowe about the shoulders and neck, laid 04 1 '
That form a part of thy vain glories ? With a half-inch rattan, propelled by the whole i'
Oh, Abram, Abtam, better bad it been might of a strong man, we should promptly
That then these days had never seen, , -
Had died unknown in childhood's prime, conclude that the people who justified arils!'
Than left this record,for the future time :IPertnitted these outrages against human-KY
lie was th e softest, weakest of mankind. I were barbarities, bat a few degrees theme the
llefore you aaa - th s m addened * horde 1 Kaffir or Eequirnaux. tot suppose the. lost to reason, sought the sword'
eler should go on further and tell us that Jilt,
And longed to see in blood-stained robe;
The fiend of war thination'e death wound these public institutions of this strange pee
ple perroced decency was no more regeratm
An I wished not that the balm of Peace then among a society of Taboos; that young
should make its dangers and its bleedings
girls, guilty of nothing more reprehensible
cease : 1 ,
Their.sugry passions long inflamed,— than non.ettendatice at school; were required
All that rebuked them or restrained them to strip naked and bathe in a prat:dime= as - ,
blamed, meniblage and in full view of strange men, we
And fanned by bad men mounted higher, ii,;uld conclude, of course, that chureires,
Until the sacred temple felt the fire.
.Oh Abraham!! it needed but the soothing books- and schools, and. all other agenalsO
oil which go to humanise the ?see must be utterly
Of statesmanship, like that which marked unknown to the people in question. ' '
. the toil 't I
Of those immortal mans who raised the Imegiue. therefore, the amazement of - the
fabric fair, inquirer when be learns that this strange cots.
.now like thy once honored - munity is not to be found in Japan or China;
i, -- .. - r-, chair,
: To calm the raging fiend of internecine but is situated in the county of Suffolk, Mate
, strife, . of Massachusetts , and is known to.the world
And save .to Liberty for aye its waning as Boston! Nor is it a traveler's tale we have
life ; :
been citing, but simple extracts from as eft-
You - hesitated, trembled, wavered and
then fell, ' ~ , • cial nspert ,of the inspectors of public institn-
Gave up the honest course you knew full thins in that city. Yes, refined, civ i lised
well • Boston—"the hub of the einivaree"—wbosi
Was best, and lost your manhood, honor sensibilities are so excited wben 9 there Is is
and your fame,
In risking all upon the abolition e. negro in the ease. Is guiltY of neglect end
And Bell-ringing Seward, that wily, . downright brutality in the management of its
• crooked man. prisons and (so-called) charitable inethutieart.
Who lashed to railroad speed the abolition
team, To show that we do not exaggerate, but
And found that Plunder end the Nigger have rather-understated the facts, we give the
made a span, ' .-''.. • following extracts from this report, which
Whose giant force and speed was equaled ha, appeased in f u l l i n all t h e B os t on papers
but by steam,
And far too vicious., strong, end fast f o r ; without exciting may particular attention in
him to gulde.— ,I that city. First, with regard to offences
Jumped on the crazy ricking cart to I.‘
share the ride. againstmodesty:
. E'en though it ran pellmell against some "With the exception of the Hones of Beret
fatal rock,l motion for Juvenile Offenders, and in the boyjr
And dashed to thousand pieces with a i de partm ent, whie is furnished with one ;pi
And left at last nought but a lot of kinky i stoma tab in which the trolickeomeitem fOf
wool, ' I boyhood can disport itself with a quite limited
To show how a prosperous nat4n played te l o e doen, all the prisons arePrwidad with the
the fool. j . both tub, from dire* to amen in
Ala,. .: that future history must write ' arabsar Y •
This saddest record of a nation's blight : t utu:ober. and placed side by Bids, at dietetic's 1
Here lie. dismembered, trampled is the t from twelve to twenty-fans Mahan slant;
dust, • ' - ' - these are el in open roams, without any Am**
The proud tlepublic of the West ;ere
- Ile" wheels of progress palsied by the rust, I or protection whatever , and in thus POLL. ..7
'And humbled is its haughty met. I exposed tuba the prisoners, men, women sad.
'Twos honored and great. prosperous sad i girls, in their eespeetive departments, in
- free, t groups of from three to anon, are regal:oth
Its people, restless under all their gifts,
Ran wild for an ituposeilitlityo - perform their ablutions. Old offenders. young
And seekieig for the freedom of the slave. i offender's girls of mine sad tea years of ago.
Their own to darkest despotism gave. ' ' -1 alike must disrobe tholualms. and in fall ob.
And there is rose whose smooth and well fed ! ref rstios a the i r fellows end cams, ii i , a
Adm., greenbacks of low amount, • i state of utter nudity, enter the bath, perform
Who, fearful that the greet Skit Planta? its duty, and partake its refreshment. We are
Chase ' : • .$ far from advocating any sentimetualdeliemly,
Might act survive the inky. fount .'' but we do submit that there is arsztely any
' From which his paper treasure's flow,'' ! e __„.
, p; eee .d t h ere h t , ~ p hi r. 7. so em fb i ottitqy 1 prisoner. however callous in the pallis s ot crams,
fat. . : 4 from hoverer low. and degraded a epheriof
And keeps it before the nation. . social life he may have tome, that at this ?O-
A candidate, they .4, until the ante
Of To* re quired exposure et the bath tub, will not :bet l
A time thst"is coming on not 5101 r.. ! • . his rudimental astute, .at LOGIC Illoseiritst,
And Welk-. whose beard of patrimeleil „shocked. But. mot ell the prisoners are herd.
noes o len
hie slowly beating heart - gth,.
sued, lot all front the lower walks of life, hot
'er ' ,
Fie's built some ships and hosts or 'Nome alt are vi'daral much of t he Tettliall antters,
strength. ' '- ~ l of-cur New lingland society. All life has
That fromthe shore eosin nee7r to part; i h ere he represesitatins; young girls-Alai
While Blairlthe sought the fame of Copper- .
t.maudects stet here, tender, plastic, ecneetioi,
And warred !Wrist the nerni n i s t r ui p ,„ - - i full of the o. espy of. stature. and it say be
But finds else! 'he's put beet n i che shade i valtureilsoo HMO with . ad other sharp of
By beyottet Irmsacipation: -' - - . i crime than aothebitually &Reeding the
And there he Stanton. wheel abhorred mine
1 ' .:.. , school, and the single question is, is it proper,
Shall live for infamy 406% sot fame; • •
Let him remaia detested for his deeds, I 1 radius' , taft itaa aa llal ls ' ilr s!lyPer-
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ERIE, PA., SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY' 9. 1864
BOSTON AT ROME.
Pose, that these should be compelled, prongs
tinously; in public nudity, to the bath, ; rhen
is outlay of from five to ten dollars would_
afford them a protecting shelter without in
OW way diminishing the oversight or control
Of their, keepers." •
Now with regard to brutality to youngwo
' "On the 18th of July, the day previOns to
the visit of the inspectors, one of the *iris in
the hotels departmint, of this hoes° had been
'overlay punished, and it became our painful
duty ie investigate the 'circnnistances. The
gill was seventeen years of age, etid coming
Sigiqu the ensuing May, in statt&e a woman
grown . ;• it is said that she h 4 been a very
troublesome girl. On this oedesion she was
Shamed with open and direct disobedience of
Orders, 'and insolence of language i she (not
1y admitted this offense, and for_ it was puk,
idled by the sitperintendent in person, with a
rattan sbeqt half an inch in diameter end
twenty inches long, upon the shoulders and
haek of the neck—the number Aof blows no
One can report: The superintesdeet says, , I
Struck her with all my might--lite would not
yield; sent for a larger stick., and dims she
Meld out her had.' After this beating and
this submission, she was commitied to the cell,
and the food of the solitary, wirre we found
her ott the 81st day of Jely., Upon each
ehouldir tbe dash was discolored, blue black
in spots hit as targa as the palm of the hand,
i there were evident traces of blows upon
beak and shoulders. , Bhe ,seems to us •
resolute girl of more thaniry strength
of purpose d character. I ere were no.
invistakebis evidences also theft ter feelings
;were quick to respond to eppeals of tenderness
and good will, as no doubt they are - in quick
Then as to the whipping of loop:
i the course of the investigation we were
Informix' by this °Meer, that the boys' de
partment the punishments are sometimes in
flicted 'with an ordinary wagon-whip by the
superinteadent in person."
' But the itoomes of the hattitatioo aro rare,
"AnOther class of eomplitint4 referred to
'eft ins cienoy of rations. These, also, wej
have heard at successive visitations. and have
made them known to the officersof the prison;
sad yet, at the preseat inspection, full one
ird el the male prisoners, andiron* , of the
females, complained to us that it was impos•
tibia for them to obtain food enough to satisfy
the natural envies, of hunger; it appeared
that requests for more food, to.the officers in
Immediate chugs, had, in some cases, been
repeated again and again without avail. Upon
stating these complaints to the Muter, we
received for answer, they had all the law ol
lOW titSlll, 1 ' adding, Whirl it was suggested to
him that the /we dicinot prescribe any rations,
that 'kern was a regular dietlbilll of the pris
on and that they had fulVallorranee. Some
of thwprisoners desired. • pines of bread for
supper, and we etetammutheated.thie desire, also
is tltirreetii4. trial the
ins was apparent to ns why it was not a Tea
soluble. request:- and one that ought to be
granted; he replied, substantially., 'they have
got their metier rations, and when I think
best, and to such as I think have done well, I
sometime. give a piece of bread for supper.'
There is a great deal more to the same effect,
and trim, of our readers a-e curious to see
this decument in full, it will be found in the
Boston Adverffur of Monday evening, Deo' 25.
Takes altogether. it is one of the severest
oath". ever penned against the slavery-ahhor
righteoes Bostonians. Not content
with drawing ibis dreadful picture of stairs.
tics, outraged modesty and personal brutality,
the *vectors add theselines to All to over
! lowing the measure of our disgust
"The nligione and morel culture , of these
iastitutioas oentinues substantially as hereto
fore, and, excepting io the House of Reforma
tion, is all perhaps that, under the Cream
staamis, the public or the inmates have reason
to expect. A temporary deprivation in this
matter has existed at the institutions on Deer
Island for some months, as much to the regret
of the excellent superintindent as it could be
I. say one else. .We are informed a perms.
'eat Chaplain has, however, at length been
provided, and enters upon his duties forthwith;
we hope he may find both his faith and works
cassamensurate to his calling and poaition."—
.Y. Y. World.
'Ws raises leg,
*tad. th• dramatialk siontly
hilt Is stab,
!lOW with lister eruiy.
Set It oat of doom,
to s pbee there thady
Lein siesta thee,
(Three &ye tee Ley.)
Pats omelet fa
Te IL five quasi hitt*
It V ozld be of tie,
Ole peters bell metal
Yin the Wale up,
Putt! we a bother
Nita the blue well
To prevent Ito ollteg.
IA the liquor boil •
Half-tea-hear or loner,
(If s teas
Yea else taste 1 t staler.)
reeeld eeu Tem dabs
nth the Map 10.61.11 Ty.
with orti of theory.
Vitas the imp fa illose,
'it tt br to je3 It '
Thou three times - day
Leith' patina inwil it.
If be chases to di.,
Say 'twos teats* 414 if
Bat stmobt he gat welt,
Give the gasp tbs
"Carinstraan !”—One of oar cotemporeries
been dreadfully in•a!ted.' Some young
Mint has cart him a "e3pparbeoi." on the
street: std he thug reply, to the compil
ation: "htsy oh* lire to eras as lofty as
Chwpstres needle: lave elle become as Veitt
in eirensfereuee a. Strotebbolre base ; slay
Braes Ihn her brave with a., iey
cane and inciter ecunb - her herr wits fork
ed lightnie.; and easy he at het marry
$ little, atilt. old, less, blind, bst4, ltroo.
dusk hunchback,-scale-beef contractor :"
"rm not bringing you any. you ldiot,'A
riatterod the Premier. and ties mitered with
a profound bow.
4.0 b, it's you." said His Serene. Highnetie,
good assuredly. " glad you've cotes.
Berea such a capital setae going on. That
chap hiding in the clipboard is BetiiiestiM.
• sad he. thinks the °Meer. there. Gwedebitiy,
--Anwsebange says: "Sine traveliogre- y has come after his niece. bat the fact is, pe
easily in a seighbasing State we reetive3 wants *hamper of sausage that has bees 4-
ehaage s silver throe seat piece. We were of livered by mistake, ani it is 'then stay
coarse seeprisied. but kept die..neetly mom. euphised.• bet yea amen it out- - ;
Oa retiring for the
.night. havin g fi rst ceased iyasere jag in link. Ha het hitt"
the blinds and secured the dner, ue look mit I should set have ventured es istrededl
the coin to indulge in . 's-good look at its skis- 1 upon your Highness's intellectual rectits-1
inn hoe, whoa we aisiovered, to our sorrow, tOlul," said be Kialster. mbut. tuts *op
Quit it was %sof." asp—"
The Army is Sleeping.
(The Lyeomlng Madge has s poetess eonespeedeui,
whose few published preduetions stamp her se 111211011 tbs
niost gifted females of our country. Ha name is Nellie
R.: Patton sad able is only 17 years el& If she is as meet
a woman se she lea writer, Nellie will NI a prim is the
tun that le fortunate enough to get her fora wife. The
following Is ape of het pieces :3
Roll geatly, Pommes:, the wealth of thy warm.
And hash the proud Mar of thy billows,
Thst heed not the dead,who,l4 battle won grams, •
Sliepsound as their told, earthy pillows;
And quiet the eddies that circle and team
' When the booths of the willows am emplac,
And lid thy wild ripples more quietly roam— ,
Oh, hush for the ermy to sleeping t
The army is eiseplug 1 . the glorious sae
Hai sunk from by pathway diurnal,
Aol akr la the calm, quiet, beset kktea,
Shine the glorious stars
And they sparkle like eyes that are wet with ins;
While their still, halt' watch they are keeping—
A watch thsp. kept massy a thowust yore,
Over sassy as way islisipthg.
The array is sleeping 1 and genet viedesei Ass
117 the pillow annoy e ebenTse—
Sweet visions that never tray gtOdis hts leM
Tarim. Is a pittleri reaper. •
The amp has the noiseless appearine• at &elk'
In the light of melt bright constellation
The moldier, sleep on, act/ their shtiobeging breath
Is the breath of a mighty nation.
Tine army le sleeping! and under the etNi,
On than tiloodwtaleeed onbankosents, oh f niTer.,
An army is steeping a hut long. long sleep,
The - war-trump shall Weak again newer ;
And the to the North, to the Rant and lb* Want,
to home low bereft, tiers are Ineeisiag .
The ones tbsy lolled dearest, and &whet, and best,
For those who foreman sleeping.
Than, rine, oh I roll a grand regale• ant ,
Tor thi soul• of oar noble departed,
Let It fall like it peoplea will triamphiag shoat,
To the soh of tke bmken-heented ;
Gin the wall of a Rachel for dies* who an net,
Like !bat where those :morons are weeping.
And IPS op thy proud Toles for Freedom and Right--
Theo hub I for the array Ii edeepter I
Oh, Gall Weis the sleepers ant keep this with care
Through this time of our country'. great &arrow,
And roses up their breve heart/ for Union to dare,
'h•n troeVe shell eome es the morrow.
Ifey that beeper la liberty were,
In whir/ thine own stars now an keeping
Whiehover the free, and* true, and the bran
'ltetth Its br: ght fold, are quietly sleeping
THE PRESIDENTVISIL'TS THE'RHE
" Perhaps you bare seen it announced In
some of the papers that the President has 'so
fir recovered his health as to be.able to visit
Ford's theatre nightly, to hear Hackett, the
comedian. This at first appears like a piece
Of keen irony—one could scarcely imagine
that the President, in such a time of national
gloom and sorrow—when from one etial of the
land to the other households are hung in
mourning, and everywhere :heroic. of Rachel
is heard weeping because her children are
not—when men are suffering, bleeding sad
dying in their country's cause, and their
families at home era starving and freezing, it
seems impossible that at such a time Presi
dent Lino - oln should be attending the .theatre
miihtly;' yet such is the eq.... me first
plaim he went, atter he arose from big sick .
bod. was to .the theatre. Ile goes there net
to ste tragedy, or to learn sound and 'teleran
truths iron; the esperienoe of the pact, but
talieten 'to silly comedy and fares—for each
- 4a idtilisekeit"Tgali Lin langit sad mat
many: 49 . yon intimated last week, like Nero
AD* Rome was bursting."—Cosidensa
to the light of the above quoted paragraph
the following spicy lampoon from London
Punch may be considered pleissant reading.
It is a comfort to know that our President is
not alone among the rulers of the earth in his
taste for low comedy and farce Misery lova
compony, and our ezettsircly loyal but per
haps anti-theatrical friends will feel relieved
to learn that the individual for. whom err
"allegiance" is claimed, is at lout no lower
than his excellency, the reigning sovereign of
' '.POLITICS IN THE PRIVATE BOX.
"The play'. the thing, •
, At whist' I'll catch the fdeoloos old tins'
—EkiNerst, taut rfition.
, That the Continentals do everything at the
theatre in tolerably 'well known. Business
which an Insular would think it more fitting
to transact on 'Change. or in a lawyer's of
fice, or in a Minister's apartment, is abroad.
perfOrfned in the private box. while the opera .
is going on, or the dialogue of the men of, ui z t.—"
business is agreeably varied by the love-talk l !
"Btu I won't, and I don't see any context
lin the Comedy. This fact may in some meail Where's the context—do you mean the green
ears arcount for the farcical character of al ribbon—what's that to do with it r'
rood deal of the 'public and "rivet* imams- I' "I mean the. sense of the passage, High
I :ions of the Continentals. Bat Ayr. Putsch basil nese."
not - seen the custom more 'agreeably illus-:1 1 "There's no sense in the passage, and you
, traced than the other day by the Blaster of, , jest go out into the passage and eeratch the
' I '
Hesse - Cassel ' i fj ord put, or I won't prorogue." •,. ,
1 • This bumptious Sovereign was required by ."I undertake to do so, Highness. With
his Ministers to give his sweat to a Malang. that. Correction, may I deliver the document
Ito his Parliament. Until this had been de:
ail i n 1 14,
livered, the so-tailed legislature could act be , His Serene Highness was going to refuse.
iprorogued_ But when. the Premier came td 1 that at this moment the_ fair Jragdolett sat
the Palace by appointment with the dots. I clown to take cif her shoefor the further can
i meats, he wa4 informed that his Serena High/ tigatioti of - her unwelcome lover. 'md the
I uses had gone to the play. ' ' : I Sovereign impatiently signed to his Prime
"Bother the play!" said the stateetauti ! Aiiateter to be off. ' :
' scffn sae " Drive to the theatre : cacti 'j So the lover was slapped and the Message
you!" he ed'le'd, angrily, to his coachman, as i delivered, and the l'arlhossent of,tiesse-Cassel
if it were the poor man's fault that his Saw: , prorogue d .
1 resign was a frivolous personage. 1 i ! And this is the way the Germans submit to
. The-coachman showed that he could drive : be governed—the great ,Germans who claim
: . .__ , ,_
to the theatre, and did. .. • i ;et TatiCe IS t he affairs of Xcirope.
"Wait," said the Premier, going up-vulva
in no very good temper. "Botkeeper:"
! "Here, yeti'. BteelleneT. Like a bill of thr
play, or a book of the words?"
"Confound you, no r' said the Minister.
"His Serene flightless is here. islet be I"
"Very well, oven the doer."
"The door of the toyal.tox. Exeellenty! - 1
"What•ether door do you thiak I mead,
you great ewl r em!,l the Premier, striding i ( o
the box of his muster. ,
I- The boxlteeper. in some trepidation, opened
the d -or a very' Sittle was, so little that if
i Premier hal been as thin es the late irnuA.
Pitt, he could no? base gone through.
"I hate toll you half a damn time Idotk''t
wsn't any refreshment% r roared a seise frcdsa
? ,, Bother the Message !" let's see about the
thaiumge" said hie s Highness "•• Tit s ! ha!
Libin't I say so? He sniffs it. And new he'il
diiiviver Robb/mitt. - No.' stop, here, comes
the Magdalen. That slops him. Isn't
ski pretty, eh ?"
`; 44 8 ant no great judge' of female beauty,
yuutiiiighneas, but she seems to me to be fat
and ; badly painted. But If your Highness
wadi deign to amuse me'siMoment or two,
I ae4d notintorfere again with your...denim.
tiUn kif the young--ow middle.aged person."
1 , 44 what is it f" uid.his Highness. still
k.eping his lotittetto:on. Magdalen. "She's
nUt ;ore than six-and-twenty, I tell yea."
i" is e Message ready, and - the Parliament
anxious to depart.: Your Highness has
alkyl to 4aify your assent: to this 4-
men " •
"Hee. Bobb Wits iv piaching her arm,. as a
sktOlot to leave tWe room."
!"Which has been framed exactly In oonfor:
mity with your Highness's instructions!'
l"That was a good scream, wasn't it 7"
i"iteept In reference to the revenue, which
atnnot be described as perfectly flourishing."
"'Sow,. you see, Gratleburg must make love
to er, to account for his presence in the
t r 4 hnd we must give the promise to revise
the railway taxation ".
"Eh ! That was s good slap . in the face
eke gave him. I think that was giren in real
*Best.'' Perhaps there's some row between
them --couldn't you go round and find out
ftro4 some of The ballit girls 7"
!'shad the Minister of relirion must be re
ferred to as an invaluable °Meal, to justify
the demand fOr increased galaxy."
eye: he's kneeling, and has stuck his
situr into himself. Üb, gum : 17n. of the best
comedies I ever saw •
"rfhose are tee my rations, your
Highness, and I venture to tb . , al that you will
approve of thew."
"How he keeps rubbing tura elf. •I wonder
whether these spurs are y pointed, 'or
Whether it's only Nu
"I may %seems your Ittgonest's approval,
and!deliver the Message!" said the Minister,
41 "Eh, sit still. I muss I have not heard
ne word that you've been saying. Can't you
hold your tongue until the play is over ?"
I, "In that case the Deputies •will lose, tke
eight train, your Highness, and they hays
lhad!a long session."
.4 tell you what, Baron," said the - Elector,
getting. angry, "it is net only impertinent
but; disloyal to come bothering me ita this
manner. Is the theatre a place for .auch ito-
Ooriant hairless I" "
"dour Righneis did me the honer to etre
6,,Liid my i r ten d ene r et the i.a.tace, and then
,to tie tbere to receive 'me." •
eoppese I may -go to' the
_theatre if I
like! When I made the appointment I hadn't
leen; the play bill. and I didn't know that
soldiers. and Starves •iias to be played. It
brUlonr business to have informed-me "
Teaveldpisawirty portft;ifo in ycur
Serene Highneeis hends,"-seid the' Minister,
'bowing coldly, "and - trust that my successor
will be better aware of the duties' of a states
I "Now then, there you go,, flying oat like
:gunpowder because one just speaks to you,
I , and here we are missing no end of fun. Here,
:porcupine that you are, give us hold of the
paper. What a beutly handwriting I sup
!poet, it's - that stiff-backed ass. Pumpleblue
I*, nephew msy not have all the greets
°Ca courtier, your Highness, but be is. a
faithful sorvant of yours." -
"He looks like • servant out of livery.
Well. as far as I can read it, the thing seems
all right. Stop, what's that word ?"
"Which, Highness?" ,
"That! it's 3 eonstitationar r How
dare you pat such a word into my mouth. I
will Itot sanetion the Mesivige, and you ought
to be ashamed of yourself !"
"If your Highness will look at the con
—The statement that Schuyler Colfax was <
the fi rst newspaper man ever elseted to the
Speahership, is denied' by thirVeshingtes
Ilepliess.' It says Gin. Beats wastortierly
so iter, havjag eondueted papers-fa Wo
burn and Wilihact, Mass., - and wee' after
wards associate editor of the llostowillaily
712nes, when that piper via ease the-Dos- •
ocratie organs of New Esgisent. -lin Oelfast
is, however, the first practical Aloe -who
has bees Speaker.-
-- he -.' lstest .agosy," oat Wad,,is wheel
rare led. •'wooden Weddings." The iluizte7
I (111.) Wkig notices one which took place at
the residence of Mr. sad Mrs. IL M. Sishols,
l in that city, a few days ago. - _ The giILS were
wat+ pails and cradles, clothes pins sad boot
;jsck t ;, sttsh ` be sal roiliag-pfeti.-iietate .
mac ors and rattraps, beefsteak-maulers and
heater, auger boxes Iwo wok; boards,
ea trum pets and jumping jaoka, mioden
leh and glove streeetteri, oolvilvenaktkla
t —Fourteenth street. IFsidii.ngtiU4'is '044 to
C3CtAiu, througii,ut its whole leergth...mooth
j -- i from - Willard's. Sat one imete..thaS is set •
1 - The Capitol at Washington will be, when : house of ill limo. A Contrast isesjiewjfesS
completed, the finest building (Attie Carintbiss i.made to (Mild a house of the enuns,uket e rs
Order cf architecture ip the' world. It !twilit i tk a t, is to eat. 430,900; OA Aipbylos sad
coo feet strove the low. tide of the Tett:mac- , ace. nt. Rome were models of.Eiseiti;Wats.
Its e outmandior position was ae.:;tmin I by i Pere I with Washington model: B,aitibbeiaa
yfashisigteri. tis surrounded by a beatteitul i ra.e--;be party whoseplattedin:slati
ae Of wt.-
4toirl: 4.5 s, allrnei .. by i gre It variety ; store the tiovetninent fo :ste'puriy of the
of •hsla trees The - eorner-stooe was Lid at : Fathers" . _ _
the southeast L corner of the- north wit!, 1.1 i =ii c-ilvtderstrivfl-ts two Awlltro.-44 I. said
Washiritleli- it 12 II- on WeduewluY• Septets- f thatiten thousand of the estaractatppa hare:
'her . /3, 17t12. 'With Sit the masonic rites ap- . alisiol . : i Tu _ sc au t ,ej,, an dpayaik7/444%
preprinte to the oft-alien The entire ten th 1 or dti -i nto - the s e a e c pay ii i! " mi th e i r .
.nf the building is 751 feets4 inches Length : h ac k, p a y sal lapastv i , Ilie r erdett requisiag
of wing?. 14elucti , "sg steps. 824 fast; width of ' th r ee-fourths of a regimileir wow, to rp
winge 11:5 1 feet S ittehes mir . idtia of emtr.sl , ezhet to crier that they may go hopiii . i,,, sa
!part, 325 *et 4'i-fiches: area of gfound Coy- . OrgilSilation, LAO Llseu so oonstratedwa to ma
!ered. 153,112 square feet, or 625 feet more , bracri only three fourths of the nun .iii dmip ,
eitast three sere s- sad whalf ; height of dome :or desched to the division or eArie. Sae
'above basetseat goer, fees. - Its splendid :of th old regiments: ! t ram sections of *a
I: arehiteetursl proportions, i:s . adotiisble ma- county where leisgalmmties are 'bilis pad.
t ate* ill Sve i taifictev lcisiviiay. sod ;the fine hays re enlisted almost cativo/Iy.. iri ,*,
i wprks of art which it mintaies, would, well ti w l Aiclisl a r Waoserwrevir,.....ll l .4finip T .
IrePsy et traYars semi Lie iktisstie to teidd. i field rpleziems speaks as pa io n av o risk..
netts t Washington, and the, twerlhirleilittia U
Swaituarmut a . Towassur.—Our i qortns- i has m o t upon t h e eoun o ry: ..i . , „ 4 .
meat )lead e " ts, " . 43" . r. 1,11,„, acre ,,_°° " i ~ e-eonrietiots is vary itiosiiai apt
I sierage, sod'ehompages tore do ll ars' a tr oths ,'! or ps i.iis s. and is a rt a i ik s i m idwy j s d e s .
i luny a man dies hails!' who daring his, life , e i
._.. of the Slaty. pataialvat gitehitinke%
01 sa swallowed a ferule township , trees as 4 i se • that era *welts& Wert - bay b:-Ills 1.... r
,i all., . sou Yout4- 12 5 4 4 1 rh 4 f' 23 '?C's eigt”-and • thug' far. from tack- •Cutil/ 48 117:nniallt *A
iuses tobacco to th e - ,asimiut.of:a . dolar a week , , koariedge .st Iranaill. igriOn. Sid tea auvovv*
wastes a farm of fity tette each" year . vblek, ' tufqwe is th at 'flue Whilite Sielissibisiji
lin a , shert thiamin:ld be worth s thousand by = istS Sootier aillaiiitiensttoit, era aiveii Pre-
A. tiers rise is vela. Thtak. of these Wage,' etd i F t eaptible of being issialial‘keletik
. . .
.... tiptire lad tepees.: ' . Is as well as fa visa 4 =- " t•a•W:f.i
Pee, Paste Sind
was • gen.uistesensatidl,„ifrig
vest marshes alba at Norwich the other dis
when a l gentleman of :Velvets &soma Mal
stripped for examination and icoldrolidir
ooyered to have the MA pox, :t
—A Waterfall has been found on the Levis
fork of t he
i Columbia River that is thietyilgett
feet higher than ,Nlagira—otti Mildred eel
:ninety eight feat: The 4Olunia of ineer s is is
large it Niagara, and is one nebroke&shiall.
—Among the numerous feast tikmeemmt
Boston/net one has attracted astiatiea
than a young man, who having lostlemaing, -
has ''tes!rned to skate with the other game.
With some assistance troika crutch, he rip.
pets himself visoronaly.
Washington correspondest of a.nyileal
journal iisfonne the onximui public *MLA* TO .
cent. attack of modified atesdlpos.,hes.aist its
the lesat impaired the nattiest beauty , if 1111411
President's countenance. As 114 0/1441112 1,
feared it; would. • •
—Thet part of Kentucky abont Padimak, is
in a deplorable condition. Deemed in f!edltr
al uniform bands of guerrillas roam; it§estithe
country. \ I nabbing the- defenceless, aid com
mitting a I manner of 44pretiations.' A Urine
militarforce is demanded.
WAIITII.—A photograph of the yoing'gist's
shclulders whipped in the &atom Houses!
Reformation, is requested as ti Companion
that photograph of the blink of a Unzipped
Southern slave much exhibited of fete by
*stiletto Leaguers. -
' —John P. Hale advocates a mispensiesief
the writ of Aube /8 corpus in 'order!. get elles-,
dere against the government into prison „
beyond the reach of lat. and then sells biz
Benatorial influence with the immectilsoeteXen--
ton to get them out "on parole !" This L
radical, loyal league patriotism! It is giving
the government -practical support;"
•-= A Correspondent of the Philadelphia.
Preis declares that Miss Anne Diekinioies
political !address at Wilkesbarre (Ps.) wee a
"masterly performance." Tee ; tont'whe'it a
wacniuly i performance!
The "loyal" citizens of Aihtgiteey , moun
ty, that give C.lrtie over seven thentened
majdrityl, furnished at the last draft 141V-sel
diers to rfight for
, the Union." All the Oat
of the draft, 4.068, were exempted! Thiele a
piofnreof abolition aloysity."—Rseknevi.
Boston Pest was not far from tips
when it. l remarked that wtkurter you Iwarii
RepubliCatrpaper speak of a aaa 11111 Aire
long Democrat," you may be Amen kfh is a
—An I 'unconditional Union man" is now
uaderstond to be a man c yrho won't hive the
Union except' upon conditions of abolition.
—A Republican paper says : has
been tree to Mr. • Lincoln's adminisireilint."
And so has Mr. Lincoln's adminkstrstioa" been
true .to the Russian principles of government.
—Menem Citizen. s
—"The Administration at Washiagtaa. Wad
Congress, care more to free the aggress lima
to restofr the Union. Aldtheir.Ankisaepron
this." Pottsville Dinsoeratie St lard.
And their actions altio'prove that !holy Oars
much more for the freedom of the negro than
for the }iherty of the white man. r '1
. . o
—The West Chester Jcrersoirima has theotal4
lowing good hit .
"foss Taus.—.lt nontetaporary,lrania
know rim Andy_CAta,Fill do jf,,dsgiipassa
extra tax of 60 eents per gallon Sit irftinroy
Do!--ewa , low is of course. .
PrOallant Lincoln is - Mooning front a
slight I ftttsek of Vari3loiii.' •
"The government hes bean freely bled far
the Last three years, but this is the first dm
it ever had the small pox."—Lanais Asher
—Thei London Daily Now says that
is elowiy reeoveriag. Ile attributer i t=
of the )attle to ores - reaching bimel'ta shot
nine t eei th round, and falling on his bud sad
stunning himatiat Mace his now ehaliragsd
him f0r112,500 and the champion's bolt.
—The Washington correspondent of tie Vt.
Lonieressotrat ( Radical ) thus writai of pe
"There is no use of attempting itt &minis*
the fart that the impression producei by it as
a whole is unfavorable, and has net - served La
strengthen its author."
—Negroes bought up South for coaleripts
North mainly for Massachusetts. but tants or
less for all parts of New England, are passing
through New York city every day.' • The so
groes !coat from $.lO to $250,-1616 is go&
deal more than Eing Dationty. a Airios, gets
for hi l t negroes, kna more than they sal for is