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77 BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE, UPON THE !U?H AND THE LOW, THE rich AS!) Tin: p(yjR
EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1SG5-
VOE. 12 NO. 6
iiffh VMOCitA T SEX IT X EE'
1U? A published every Wednesday
Mornia.i?. nt 'l w Doi.i.aks per annum,
-payable in advance; Two Dollaks ami
Twestv Five Cents, if imt paid within
hx months ; ami Two Doli.aks and Fif
ty Cbxys if not paid until the termination
uf the yf-r. . .
,'o su'twoi! t;m wui be received f.ir a
tili n tcr jn.ru-i than -i months, and no
i;i'.-eriber will be at liberty to discontinuc
hi- paper tiiitil all arrearages .ire paid, ex
ct-pt at the option of the editor. Any per-.
6 )1 .stih-crib;r.g f r six months veil e char
el One Dull ah Twenty Five CY.nts.
tiuWss 0'e. money is pa'd in advance.
Uiie iu.terCn. 'Tiro do. Three d
isqui-e. fl-li,iesl $ 50 $ 75 .Jl.Ort
; syes, fgl linesj 1 00 1 50 f 00
fl.ji:ire, f SO lilies 1 50 2 00 3.0&
3 months. G do."' 12 do
6 lines or lens, 41 50 - $3 CO J5 CO
1 square, '12 lines 2 50 4 50 ft 00
2 s.-mares. 1 2 Mines I 1 00 7 00 12 f0
y s-uares, f :?G lines rl 00 ft 00 14 00 i
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A TTO UNI ; Y- A T-T.A V .
J..hi:st-.'.:.. C'HTi.bri.-. C-... P.i.
C 'Hj.-e iu tin Kx."haTire huil:i:i-', on ti e
C rr,t r f C.ii.t'.r; and Lo; n.-t ftreers i:p
r.ii'i Will at "end t- all biisiricss conn ct
d l',!. hi- frftf'.'sM-'U.
Ie. ft. lor.-tf.
itoraffi at f fibtnsbura,
Coaitria Ccunty Fenn.
';i;t c- f (dutiinle ion.
n vii L." ri-.uyn'i .r,
A'i TOK NK V-AT-T.A W.
J nt-.v. n. ' 'anoi-ia Gounfv. Va.
f'f:'C';i Matrj strict, second lioor over j
th i)-t:.t. ix
JU. T. V. S. Gantner,
I'iiy-icia:; ni sukgeon.
T-n-i'TK his T-n-f-sMoual srviie to tli"
e n r. n s i', u k g ,
si! snr".;rid:ri.r vi, in-i v.
tiFHCF. IN rrol.ONADK I'.OW.
.1. I'. can!: si,
A T T O K N K Y A T L A W .
n'iCi-: ON MAIN STREET, Till! EE
I " " US t A T . y t:u: i.tWAX HOUSE
I' cr !0. is.; ;.!.
K. L. .'.;;.STMN. (il-O. W. (A7 iAN.
JOHSSTOW k OATKAW,
ATTO.SWEYS AT LAW.
I.i,..,! t,... it .;., : t c.ui.rv IVnn.t.
orFi e i.E Moved to eioyd sr
One (1 -r Wt.-t ..f li. E. J. n's K..s--':-J"'"'
D-c. 4. s'"l.'"v.
ATT liS !",Y- A.T-EAV.",
Ei i.. ! .;. C.-.u.i.ii.i o..;uiv Pa.
i in .. . - . .... .
i.i. .i-i ..in, nir-ot a.;j iimi;' Ins .i'.vi-
AT To!' v K Y AT T.AV."
M KNSPUPG.U.AMP.LIA CO.. PA.
h:ce ore d...r E ist .-f the P. st Oftice.
Fi b. 1H. 1 f-.;3 -tf.
.EOIiGE M. i":EED7
ATTORNEY AT LAW',
Caitrhria Coimfif, Pa.
orrTOE IN f OEONADE ROW.
MarrI, 1.!. 1804.
E-eensburg. Catiilria Co. I'a.
OiTiice on Main street, tiirte doors East
of Julian. ix 2
I A. Shokm aki r. Wm. IESeciiier
SHOEMAKER ,v SEt;i!LEU,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW,
LUE X S i; U It G .
Cffioe heretofore occupied by F. A. Shoe
maker. Dec. 7, 1S04 tf
W. HICKMAN. B. K. HOI.h
G. W. HICKMAN CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
M A X U FA CT U KIT) TO H A CCO .
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC S EG ARS.
X. E. CO .1 THIKD & MARKET STREET.
August 13. lSCS.-Iy.
Wim jiIk. "andTewelry store
MAIN STH EET. JOUNSTO X M
LEWIS LUCK II ART, begs leave to an
nr.unce that he has always a largeand varied
asortmen of all the various articles peculiar
to hi l.iisincss. Repairs promtly and
carefully attended to.
Jotat'jwn April, 17 1 eel. tf.
a' i- fjsi 03 inr
iridjv k :iihh
shaves riaa aim
Irank W. II ay,
llavins: adoftnl ihe
Cash system, offers the following Wans at
less than fiiv retail pri'jes :
10 to 40 -aJIons
S fjuarts to 40 gallons.
ail sorts and "kinds.
SHEET usox ly.ir.c,
ENAMELED S,- TINNED RON WARE
OH'IVn W aUI: MADE TOOllliKi:
SAL) IKONS or SMOOTHING JRONi
COOKING STOVLS. EGG STOVES,
IIEA TING CO OK ST O I 'ES.
MiAIH.EY COK!N(J STOVES PA
TENT. A15EOTT il- NOHLi:.
and every other Pittsburgh it Phiiadel jhi:i
luanufacfurer's stov-s alwaj-s on hand o
prociiri-d on b ilavs notice.
ODD l'LATF.S AND URATES fur Stove.
always i.n f.iiiij.
HARHDN'OTLLAMrS. from C,'2,.. t
$1.25, CHIMNEYS and WICKS al ways
M X K Il'S LA MI'S,
all sr2f.v, constantly on hand.
TOASTING FOKKS, OYSTEU P.UOIE
EES. JELLY Cake MiiMs. Tuble and Tea
Soo-.t;.-. COAL HUCKE TS.
Ii ice :;.-t t-oiv ready fr the Tr-.'e,
ati.l Merchants are respectlall y inv-'ed te
c.iil and examine 'ir Wares, scud f r
for A catalogue before puicha.-iug
The above tro.-ds wil? be furriislu d ,
WHOLKS ALSO Oil LET A II .
J.-j.-lNSr.-IVN STOVE i'v: IIOLEE Kl'RXIStllNW
Opp.site the Weigh Ix.ck.
FMANK W. HAY'S XV ARKIIOUSK,
and save tr?nt't percent . on y..ur purcd
.roi.n.-town M.ircli, 13. Ib'J-i. if.
GO acres 1'21 perches and
aI!owancs. T valuable COAL LAND, situ
ate near the Pennsylvania Railroad, at
Suinmcrhiil Station, in Crojdu Towi.sh?j,
Cimbria county, Pa. About CO acres of the
iand being chared, and thi.-rcn erected a
dwelling house and barn, and other improve
ments, also an excellent orchard of fruit
trees. The above tract contains and abun
dance of coal of a superior quantity, (a
drift being opened,) and wiil le sid oil rea
Apj'y to Poland. Jiiikins & Co., P,.lt
m..re, Md.. or to J. W. Stiattoii, New York,
city, or to Wr.i. Kitteli, F.sq.. Attorney-at-Law,
Ebeiis! urg. Pa.
POLAND. JENKfXS & CO.
J. W. S fKATTON,
Apr" 15. 1S(;:? f. O.vnors.
yALUABLE RI'.AL ESTATE r .uJS ALE.
A tract, of l.snd (fortntrly fvnc.l by
George M'Creary) itll:le in Susqiichann
Township. C.unlii i county. m .ining hands
of Joseph Lute. William German, .osejih
P. Mdier. and oticrs. containing 152 acres
and 21 perches and allowance, about CO
acre of which is cleared and thereon erected
a one and a half story Log II. .use and a
L g Earn.
Apply to Wm. Kitteli, Attorney -it-Law.
E'.vnshurg. Penn'a., er to the undersigned
(own er) Cherry Tree, Indiana county. Pa.
E. Ii. CAMP.
Dec. 14. l8.:4-tf
JOHN A. BLAIR. Proprietor.
THE PROPRIETOR will spare no pains
to render this IL.td, worthy of a continua
tion of the liberal bhare of public patron
age it has heretofore received. His table
will always be furnished with the best tlie
market affords; his bar with the best of
His stable is largo, and will be attended,
by an attentive am! obliging hostler.
Ebenburg Apr.17 1861.
An essay on the Harmonious Relations
between Divino Faith and Xatural Reason,
tor sal W
JAMBS MURP AY.
TSic Tragedy at 1 uvSs luJon.
ti i -it' -i i intimated that she was imur and did nut
ihe Washington C'lrotnrlc furnishes :i I . , , , , 1 . . .
. ,. .... i I-now where slie comd remain dormi; the
lull ru'coiint ol the homnide of Andiew ' . i ,
J. llniToiigh?, a eleik in the Treasury ! Another tkrk had a rceoileet'nm of a
Department, on Monday afternoon, the 1 similar inmnry at a moie snbsiijtnnt pe
oOlh ultimo, by Mary Harris. 'I he jmy ' !, when the jk i sun calling again tailed
, i i i . . i in seeing Mr. 1.
havin-r been emnannehed, consisting ut i .. . ,i , i i , , -
1 ' i 1 hat the sai 1 deceased h fi his room m
James Laurensoti, foreman ; Y. G. Fin- j tjC 'XVeaMiiy lauldii about 4 oYU k 1.
ney, Edward G. Handy, J as. Crojigon, j I , on the "5 )lh day of January, loo." ;
llosewell Woodward, Hanson C Addi- and tint, while on his way thro,. -h ihe
son Samuel Cornelius. Joset.h K. Davis,
7 t ,
2seIson Theaker, G. K. V. .Siiarretts,
Eil ward V. llaie and Charles II. lh.-cel',
the case wiii proceeded with. The C-iroui-cle
. f , .
Mr Lurrough, lor -eighteen months
past heid the portion ol a clerk in the
oince ol Computer oV the Cunvn.-y, and,
al lue lime ol his ucalh, was receiving a
. ., . ,, ' o
salary ol .l.bOO. lie was ti man ot iv-
, ,, . , ,
mar.iably hue torm, and bore every a p-
pcarance of correct habits and exemplary
i i, ... ; i . ., 1 1 -i . I.. ,
1 he c ldeiice adduced showed that Mr.
Eunooghs occuj ied a desk in a room on
the west range of the Treasury Depart-
.,,.1 ....... ,n in . i
incut, ana near llie hall or principal pas-
.,,r . ,, ,i ,, i ,! . , , ,
sago on tbe second tioor. About midway
:., .j : . j ... . i , .
in Ini.s parage, and by the side of one ol
the room doo.s, there is a clock lixe.l.
During several hours of the fatal dav. a
, r.,. i . " .
y:.ig lemale, somewhat jjrepossessin'' in
n. .... l i i
bguie and general appvaiancc, was noli. -ed
...... .!-,.. i . a , .
.-aunteung about tbe aai!. but lor what
purpose, ci course, in.iiij
. i- ,. .... , i i i
it com so, in.ne conl.l suni.i-e.
1 tie hour of four arrived.
at which tim-a
tne i iei ks :lose th- ir duii -s for the d.i
and in a !i.-w miauies ;hei-.:!'!er the p.:-
age t ele: red to became lkr
d w;t!i ti:
IVtiflht: l UU tovc' s. 1 !,. I. ;., i .;. , . ." ' I'
i j r 1
then toi k j.j.-::;..a m th:- duurway h'-xi u
t'he cLi k . j
Mr. Hurronghs, apparently f.-'J of hie
and la p?, n.it more than thi; ty-!i. Vi ars ' II. ice we b -.-n living in delusion ?
ol age, kit his room, and when he had ' WYre all the Fouiili of July orations
passed the clock hut two or three feet, the j which told of the wonderful progress of
sharp crack of a pi-tol was heard ; lie ' the United States, of the immense results
looked around; discovered a female form, j of our system, and id the glorious liberty
exclaimed "Oh!' and quickened his ' erj cd. for which our fethers fm-ht,
pace towards the stairway : but, iu less ! m re shams got up to he read abroad, and
than ti n seconds, a second repoi t an- "t Avhieli iuteliigent men stuck ih-ir
nounced a not lit -r :i.c, ; nd .iii'.-ih-r v.;.u:ul j tongues in their check, winked at each
He reached the balusier and reclined I other, and, like Iir.'iii augurs, could not
against it, when one of his comrades, re- ! re-train a smile hr the gu'libi'ity of man
turning fro. ii lieio.v and ignorant of ail j hind .'
that had trims;.'; od, supposed he was ! All the past must have been a mere
fainting, iufja'ued . Wiiat is the matter?" farce; Washington, Jciierson, Hamilton.
to which the sinking man renii. d : " I i
d.'ift hno y." He was conveyed to a !
room m ar by, and expired in about fit- .
m-i .... ....... ..!... . i.
j lit' on ii h.'.iw.i "' Live in j- name
as Mary Han i-', and w in ,-e age is sup- ; whole thing was one iuiui n.-e and mag
posed tobe about twenty-two years, having ; mficcnt iie a lie so utterly b yond all
fired twice, and appearing conti h ut that ; ''':lt 1h world had ever coucciv ed ol' in
of ileal h was accomplished, te- '.
nia'uied. and, evincing no excited feelings, ' ' oi-abused except by our own tcrttiuu
slowly put her pistol in her pocket, and ! ny if, indeed, itcan be that,
awa't-d fmiher developments. j Any man who reads the mes-.ijes of
To II -igli -M'Cuiiough, Esq., Chief of LVpuli'.ican Gt.vvru.is to the State
the Currency lhueau, she stated that the legtsial'.itv.s iq :h coii.-tii ntional am nd
deceased had viola: ed his marriage en- '" nm.-l rub his eyes t.. be sure that he
gagemeni with her. He had done her no s awake.
harm, but was engaged to her for many ; Governor Cannon says, " 1 x?t us build
years, even from her childhood, and had ; "P :l PU1V a;' Oovernmerf
continued a correspon.h.uce, until within , v':,1y fancy Webster, wi:!i his massive
a month of his marriage. He had not . h"'w, a.ud those deep, cavernous eves,
seduced her; and she added, with -m- ; V--ow''li- in every fibre ot his system with
phasis, " As God is my witness, 1 am ,h;? iK-licf that tlie Constitution had built
virtuous!" j up the purest and fVee.-t Government ever
Miss Harris was about leavin" the do- j known to man, listening to some one who
partment, when Mr. tVngstaek, the door- j proposed, alter this Government had b en
keeper, desired her to remain awhile, !" l'"' "1 ' for seventy years, to "build
which she readily consented to do : and j another," which should be, what ii was
then Justice I laudy catne up, arrested her, ' ,:()E P1"'1 fret- Vhat wouhl liave
and comrriitted her to "ail for invesliga- ; i'oen his emotions, and. what his phrase.'
tion. Site told the j,istiCe that she had : ' They let you out of the assyl.un too
killed Hurroughs ; and then taking the , soon." It used to be satirically sai 1 of
pistol out of her p.vkcl, handed it to hira. j the Due. de Levis that he bad a picture in
It was a small Sharp's paten , four barrels, j which Noah was shorn coming out of the
two of which were jvt loaded, the other j ark with a bundle of payers under his
two discharged. arm, labeled pedigree -of the Levis family.
Officer George H. Walker conveyed L is told of the proud Duke of Somerset
her to the jail in a carriage. On ihe way that, when his young wife stole playfully
she told him tint she asked no sympathy behind him and laughingly k'isse 1 him,
fur licxself. All the sorrow to lie' felt was 1 he received tlie caress with, " my first
for her aged parents. She charged that wife was a Howard an 1 she never would
the deceased had betrayed her, taken her have taken such lilierty ;" but the picture
from home and friends, "and placed her in j of the Ivis family and the pride of the
a bouse of ill-fame in Chicago, and that ' duke ceased, to be intense absurdities in
therefore she had determined upon this pivsenee of the pretences of the LVpuhli
deed. For this purpose she bad pur- j fan officials. What a precious: ..t of old
chased the pistol in Chicago, and had ar- j humbugs wc must have been taught to re
rived here on the morning of yesterday. : pect. Washington, a patriot, a states
She gave officer Walker an address asking nian, a Christian, and a most noble genile
bim to telegraph tbe fact to I -mis A? ,hc T,l;in whose name alone would
Devlin, Janesvr.le, Wisconsin, which he i keep the American in history if an earth
did. She also added that her father re- j quuke wwe to swallow this continent, not
sided in lbirlington. Iowa. only consented to a system which was not
One of the clerks testified that some- pure and not free, but absolutely eom
time during the last gammer, a young j mended it to bis countrymen as an object
woman, resembling rdiw ILirris, called at 1 of love iw reverence.
1 the room ol l'- I'mrwnl.s iniiiti.l
! fur him, when she was informed th;!t he
was .jK-ndiii thai day in Uallimon; wiih
i his wife. 1 ho ei-.--on e.jm.-i;d :iv:it
i disnsi)oin'iii tit "it nut m in him, sin. I
i ''ail, l.e ca.ne in n,s ueain t,y a bail i.r,,i
trotn a pistol in the hands of a woman
naai' d Mary Harris, said ball lakaii ef
fect about two inches lo the KTi ol the
sj.Jiv. in the r.-ion of the fillli rii.
It appears, that Mr. Ihu ron-lis was
niaiii-'d, less than a ve;.r aj.o, to an inte-
! ivhi.t yituu.r ,;Jv
; h l!i;;-(h, ,!t.,.c.,M.ti ,va3 :lt ot,
t5nK. a ni,.ni!hTo,- p.c-bv !eri..n chur-h
I -i - . i i i , " , i -.i .i
in Chicago. lio bad not muled with the
. , , . . i ,i , i- . . . .
j chinch since his ruim'. al to aslnnjtou.
.... t, , ,
! T 11,0 spoitdent of the 1 uda h iplaa
, 7wu-teh-graphs :
Mi.-s Han is is very voung and hand-
. , ,, . . T .
' om(' V,ll! .bl:uk "l"'1' L:ur a,,J ul
j :l appearance.
i lucre are many ci'iilhctintr rumors as
1 to the cause of the shooting, lut sul aive
j , . ..... . ,
as to the point ol Ins having been very
1 ,i,,I:,I:,!t5, WIJ" IlSS ilHn'!:J- f '''-
i"1""'1 r f'mage she vn-ite.l bun
, once last winter, but he postpoic d the
i . . . ' ,, '. , 1 ,
1 marna'-e, and lmallv man led another.
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i She savs he refused her the pu-itiou she
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ii.j.i a iiliiu ii', iu ill inn o.ie 1 1 1 1 1 1 i liiii. un
. .r ' c
t . . i ..i
i ou i.n i.er.
lc.irroiiirhs has been here about three
years, coining from 1
llinois, and was a
.)'ir! mi nt.
.Stun" Hint EJitariis arc
aetms, tlie LoIk-iI i Idlers ot verbal slight
''! hand. There was no liberty, no pro-
;:css, no happiness greater than the world
ever saw, no amazing prosperity, the
"an dacity, that it believed, an 1 end! not
ho are the nival men, Ie ;.j ost.es ot
Giid, tile precipitins ol divine, due; t com
mumcatioiis winch fit them to o l ii li;n
the urcat d- ail, and to caj.Jo and cozen
tin; petty living Seward, lioai whom
I). Cecils must have drawn the character
ol lVcksnilf, it nature h:id not as il
Spreads wiu-ds, cfpiaiiy I'.estoweJ on evel v
land liyp"erisy and sc!f-ccnci it, repre
sents one class ; and Cannon, w ho owes
his ot'iiec to t.;e draw n sai;e;s of' l'mi! 1
Sf.it i troops ss.rn p!i;i--u.-I !ro;i!.l inti j
the 'Stat i without even an on.-r from the'
War Dv i.i! tin. ul who ivpivsenis a sys- ;
t.-ui ii.. t iu rcU ol military ti ri vi i.-m, but j
ol blood, the. blood of his Kilt W-i il IZi lis
sj.i'.t a; the p.,!!s, and is just as rigiub.Jy, !
a- by the consent of bis State, its go er- !
no -, as W idiaai ti e C. n pi-ior wa.- Kin-
of luiaud repn siu'.s ia-.ollu-l . j
Those two c.a sses ol b-asts, the fox and :
the jtel.a!, are l-.nawing the l...iy ofi
A in. rieau Liberty, to the tune uf a purer!
and liver .-y.-!em, struck up by the men
agerie b ul 1 in vvldeli the Trth-aie cla.-ii. s
ihe I'vmii lis. Jams siaap. s tlie bass viol
an ! ii.e .. b at- the bii diiim.
ll.i'.bi s wrote that whenever it was i:i
the "ui'eiert of a government to deny that j
asl:ai-hi line was ihe. sh.r!i-st distance;
between two points, it would do so, and j
secure adhesion. 11 any i wr thought the j
old philosopher a -nie, Jet him !iste:. to
the d;iiiy litteranccs of Alu.-ricans and
change his opinion. X. Y. IWrt-l.
.12 r. LiiiCinn' Sici!3 to I tic oush
ct u t olitIrIS"tiei H.
Fiom ti.e li chu.oud f eaiiucl, Felt. 7.j
The noblest and most soal-iaspiriug
Ul ;.U hlsloi V Is Unit uiVlog an ai-
coUiii ol ihe cuiiduci ot tlie ivO.ii.o..- aiUi
l heir uisosirous lit ieal al Canine. 1 his
battle was ioa.nl iu tue tuird year ol tlie
Cai thai'iii.i!i w ar. Iu eacn picvtu'.i.
Vcar ll.oililoai had luliieleei sevci.il ueleals
on ihe liiiii:;ii ; tii si at licOOi.:, ;.n.i
aiierw al ii- al Eake i inn-v inene. l.u
the Koiu.n losses at Cano.e were tar
greater than in elthif ot liic pi cc-ellog
iialli. s; au l set tiled, at the lime, aliiijst
to have aniihaiaie.t lueir muiiaiy -si ngUi.
it put Hainan. d ;il o.a.e m po.-.-essi. n ol
the must soulhiill slate ot lu.ly, vv hlie
much ol ll.e UJl Jl W;s held U the cis
.VlpURr li;tuS, who Wi-lu Ills iiiiies. loIl.i-
i..g pri ut b.s aimy. C aj.ua at once
si.oa.llli j lu 1. 11.1, a.:.l i.oli.iog was ;eil iu
ituiue but a very smail lei . ma y ' in imil
uie lh.lv. In tins eiUri"veui-y, wneil li;.;
ex.-1 n;te h-.-.oil of life ik'.eai, ll iinniediaicij
as.-eUiote.', Ieiiuade all laii.euial lulls, c.iivl
adopted i iii-rieiit measiu c- to piwcni any
assemblages of the people lor liie p.u.pi.se
ol di.-i-ussii.g the Mil eject ul peace, auui,
soon alier, vviien iLu.nibai svih lue Lu
nula pri.-oi.ers to pn pi se some leiins o.
aecouiniodation, the Senate would giai:i
them no audience, iviu.-uig lo lei liici.i
enter ihe city, au.l scnl lueiu coi.ieuipiu-oa.-ly
back. Vaiiv, the lioiaau gtneial.
who had inspru lea. ly and rashly brought
on the lalai buttle, was met. on nis iciuin
to the city, by a uepi.Ua.luii ot tXe rs. uate
and the people, who bade him wdcoine.
ir.n-1 pubiidy lliaohe l him, lor Ihal lie
had not islsp.iUV I ul ihe piii;hc.' S..eeiii
and ei'.iei.ni iiie..sures were put in opera
lion t. iveuiil the army, and rigid sump
tuary laws were enacted and t-niurci.:, iu
ad waste or useless expt n. inure. i he
battle ot Caiiuee wa.-ihe cuhuinaling p..nu
III Ihe Sot tunes ol llaonilia!, ti.e greatest
chieliaiu of anehui. or imfe. n limes.
From that day the slar of bis Jbrt.n.e
steadliv waned, and, although ihe war
continued ti r sixteen years, he won no
more greal vieiu. ies. and was li.ia'.ly de
feateil and driven into banishment. 1 h at
terrible overthrow, which tl.reati ned
Home witli speedy and u'.UT desiructioii,
was I ho occasion of her subsequent tri
umph, tor it fully aroused the unconquer
able spirit of a brave and n .bij people
resolved to jhuisIi or be free. Su;.;:::r
passages are to he found in the history of
almost ail nations, teaching that non.j but
a div ided, week, or demoralized peopl
can be subjugated. A far. more degra
ded and huiuihatiiig fate awaits the peo
ple of the Con ed rale States, if ihej
submit to be conquered, than any of th
white race has hitherto experienced. The
decree lias already gone forth confiscating
our lands and hliora.ing our slaves. -Nay,
more ; ihe latter are qw enlisting in the
armies of l he enemy, -and niad to tight
against us; and. w"i:h a n linen. 'nt upon
the usual arts of irritation, constituted
police, guards in our captured ciu.-s, lo
visit insolence upon th-ir late owners.
Ifwebesubjugated.it will be the first
instance in which the white man has
been forced to act as a in -nial to the
African. That ' all this, and worse, if
... r . :.. .. f.. 1 1 c it" ivf .hi iwif
possihie, is in mjh 'o. -.v.
speedilv repel or check the invader, is
Ti.narent enough in the coarse, savage,
taunting reply of Lincoln to our comaiis-
M n is. That ivj.iy has tilled to over
flow ih cn,, of f; -oca i anee. We see and
feel ar.nu.d as th .i there are no more re
coiisii U' in n'.s's, m, juoj-p peace men.
A n r. iliie reaction is inaugurated. The
sp'u it of 1 Sb 1 i-s revived. W'e are rein
vigorated with tl.ers:;Ue to conipier or
die. D -seiteis wili return to our rank?,
and tla.se who delay to I so will 1 hun
ted and shot d.ovn in 1 heir lurking places
'ike beasts of pr.-y. Concert of action,
Zealous eo-op ! an m is all that is needed
to insure sm-cc-s, and li.e insulting reply
of Lincoln to our counm ionei s ii! In-gct
th s.: on the instant. Every man now
sc 8 and f.cls that a late worse than
death a wai:. - him if we do not win suc
cess. I jrl. r such eircumt:.nee-5 it should
be easv to emulate, if not surpass Koman
virtue. Our cause is no! nearly so criti
cal n- wa.- th.it of the Keinans itr their
sinuninii d-.f-at al Caiihre. Wc have
su.-taiuv-d r.o gr:it defeat whatever, In
the past year we have slain thrice J!3
many of the enemy we have lost, and
v. ,.u k from thi-ni half the territory
ti.at they held of ours. There is no panic ;
none lor (' :- o:al- ney. Some of oar peo
ple had, in. h e.?, b. c. in.- tired of the war,
but they onlv needed, to stir them to re
newed exertions, sta h threats and insults
as Lincoln h is supplied. When spring
s.-ts iu our ranks wiil a .lain 1 rilled uj.
Oar enemy mav b : less sin-ce.-si'u! in re
cruiting his own which are more depleted
! than ours. His draft mav be
Or sh mid In- get the m -n for whom lie
bids, be mav so increase thereby his
national 'ebt as to precipitate bis im
pending bankruptcy, and render him no
! n;er able to continue the war. -Sheu'.J
he, however, succeed bih in procuring
men, and delaying for the time, his finan
cial shipwreck, th" newly nrou-ed, indom
itable sj h it of our people will secure ta
:. us uitiui .te success lie may captures
more cities, hut the country will rem.ai.i
oius. no matter how many posts he may
hold, here and there. The immense ex
tent of our teiriti ry will dissipate his
numbers, and. destroy his strength. He
may nun eh hiiher and tht'hir through
that territory, occupy it, just s long i!3
he is marching through it ; but, save in
the charred remains which attest his bar
barity, and intensify our hale, his track
will be as that of a bird through the air,
..r a ship over tlie waters Our pc-pie
will rise no behind bias, everywhere,
more defiant and unsubdued than ever.
" Did vol' Ev:.:t .'" Did you ever see
a newspaper correspondent who did not
write to the editor v-i a "highly interest
ing ' paper?
Did yt ever see a man who cha'.lenged
another to mortal combat who did not
subscribe himself your very obedient
Did vou ever see an editor whose oppo
sing political contemporary did not pub
;is!i a " contemptible -i.eel V
Did you ever see a retail trader who
did not seii his goods tiity p-r cent,
cheaper than any other house in town ;"
or a man disposing of his stock who was
not " selling oil" at tii.-l co-t ?"
Di I vou ever see a vender ..f patent
m -diei'i'-s who vas not pati'oniz-'d by ;t!ie
Up. si l.eit :.n I sevetal distinguished mem
bers of Coi-gr; ss f
Did you ever see a pretender, what
ever might b - his particular calling, who
e.a- not willing ;o suiunil h.s claims to a
.. - ; ,.; public (
Di I vou ever see a h coniotive blow up
!) wiiivii Id. line could attach to the en
gine, r ?
Did you over see a lawyer address any
oth.-r than a " highly intelligent and re
sp oii.ble jury :""
D-d you ever s -e a speech reported by
its author which was not tilled with pa
s', nt hetieal " bui.-ts of appiauso,"' " bear,
i.ea'-, and ' tremendous cheering :"
Did you ev?r sc any u. .a who would
n. t. wli'ii he coul !, come the "giraffe."
oyer the public.
Fnc:: ; (Vr'sunt. M:fK Ti " cream of
t':is hi-iMS- is !' lin e a-vunur. a he ivy
si -. k " b n-i"--' c m in by war. r."' We
pninpf.7 . y.?7 gen :-nia:! yesterday know
!!. pri.-e, but he fold :s i o trans. ictii-lis had
o'-rn:7, so we came .-ir'ey.
I.-. I 0,r.-l The ciarket. is tight, and 111.
er.v arc iuciii.-i to. . Ti e press tre is
gieate-t j-t after dinaer, vvhn every man
is .-.! h:s jhiftf P is xpected that a siveio
is louse soni' i I ere."
i:,u;nerrfot' 'pes The impression rel-t-vc
to this i iwiv intriJu-l iirtie'e. aro
v. ry f .vorab'e. Holders j.'U t a j od J-.ice ou
QZ- An 'int-IIigent Frenchman" is
about to open a ckieg aca h-my in New
York, where a course of twenty lessons
wi'I turn out professional cooks armed
with diplomas, to bake, boil, roasl and
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