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OUR COUNTRY'S CALL.
BY WILLIAM CULLER BRYANT.
"Tay down the axe, ilineby the spade; f'
Leave in its track the toiling plow;
The rifle andthe bayonet blade '
For arms like yours were fitter now ;
And let the hands that ply the' pen
Quit thelight task; and 'mina- to wield
'The horseman's crooked brand and rein
Themharger on the battle field. •
" Our courtry calls; away,!away!
To 'where the blood-stream biota the green,
Strike to defend the geritlest sway
That time in all its course Leh seen.
'See, from a thousand coverts--see
Spring the armed foes that haunt her track;
"They rush to stnite her doWn`; and ise,
Must beat tfie branded jraitors back.
Ho I study as the oaks,ye cleave /
And movedtas soon,to fear and flight,
Men of the glade and foitit I leave
Your woodcraft for`the field of fight.
The arms that wield the am must pour.
An iron tempest on the Ole ;
His serried ranks shall reel before
The arm that Sayafbe panther low.
And ye who breasts.the mountain storm
By gt seer step In'highland lake,
Come, for the lunit, yellow)! to -form -.
A bulwark that no foe can break.
Stand, like your own gray cliffs that mock
The whielvvintl ) stand irt her defence;
The bleat as tibon shalfmove the rock
As ritshingequadrons bear ye.thence. I
And yg, whose honk:lsere by her grand
Swift rivers, rising far away,
Come from the depth of her green land
As mighty in,your march as they ;
As terrible.liviviaep#p „. •
llaverecdehle diem Itiver , llarilertind- bourne,
Wish sudden floods to drown•the plains
And sweep along the woods uptorn.• •
And ye who throng; besidelhe 'deep, '
Her ports and hsralets , oethb strand,
In number like the wayes' Chat leap
On his long murintiriugluarge of send,
Como, like that deep;When, Oder his brim,
He rises, all his *Mods 'to pour, '
And flings the proirdest barks that'B;o:l'm,'
A helpless wreck'against the share.
Few, few were they whose swords, of old,.
Won the fair land in whieli we, dwell l
But we are many, we who hold
The grim resolve to guard it well.
Strike for that broad and, goodly land,
Blow after blow,till znen, shall see
That Might and move band in hand,
And glorious must their triumph be.
FATHER AND •DAUGHTER.—There is no
prettier picture in, life than that or- a
daughter reading to . her aged father.—
The old man, while listening. to her
silvery notes, goes buck to other times
when another one sat by his side and
whispered words he will never hear
again; nor does he wiskto; for, in soft
:vening light, he sees her image•refieet
.d in her child, and, as one by one gentle
;:motions steal over hip, Ivi veils his
'face, and the da7ugliter,` thinking him
'sleep, goes noiselessly in'search of
Om employment: Virgin innoellide
stehing over the cares and •little. wants
;‘).ef old age, is a spectacle fit , for angels.
Vit is one of the links between earth and
Pt:il eaven, and takes from the-face of the
'l, ecessarily hard and selfish world many
''' Wrkits harshest features.
-4-I'443ter The noble philanthropy and de
'T'petion to the cause of human rights
4abich induced the doubt' Roaambeau
Marquis Lafayette to tendy
:vices to our' fathers -in .ihe
xi Revolution still survive in
:cendants. Count de Sayre, a
, cendant of the termer, and the
le Shonew, of the latter, have
',heir services to the Federal
Lent, and they have been ac-
The true patriot of all the
igarcl our struggle with the se
•ebellion in its proper light, anti,
ilden spirit or 76, are ready4to
and fortune to Piostrate des
Idle our troops are 'enduring
mency of the weather in the
States, those who have gone
Carolina will have especial
es. The country is rich, fertile,
coding in all' thb iii3OeSiaries of
..e climate is genial and temier l : l
; and the fresh breezes of the-sea
Vlif bring health and invigoration: .In
,migying South Carolina, , the forces
isaer General Sherman will have signal
al extraordinary advantages in the
,of camp life and personal canyon.
imwes. What tempting attractions to
the brave men anxious to enlist under
fae flag are presented in the WI breezes,
vely foliage, and fruitful soil of. South
folina ! _
A man's own good breeding is the
st security against other people's ill-
- - - - -
VOL. 8. • MARIETTA, NOVEMBER 3,0';1861. NO. 18.
A FIGHTING NEGRO.-A correspond
ent of the Oicago' Tribune, desairbing
the battle of Belmont, says ; •
"During the thichest of the , fight the
body servant of Gen. McOleru ard, a
muljatto named William Stams Vecatur,
exhibited conspicuous courage., He, was
close by , the General, during the whcije
engagement, cheering the soldiers 'and
swearing that he would shoot the first
man that showed the white feather.—
Many of us laughed heartly at the fight
ingQ darkey, while the bullets dew like
Bail agont us.
the course of the fight,* a captain
of one of the companies was struck by
n spent ball, which disabled him' 'from
walking. The mulatto boy, who was
mounted, rode' up to him and shouted
out, 'Captain. if you can fight any longer
for the old Stars' and
,Stripes take my
horse and lead your men. Re then
dismounted and helped the wounded
officer into his saddle. When. he, was
walking away a rebel , dragoon rashed for
ward et the, officer to take, him prisoner.
The aarkey drew , his revolver and put a
ball through the rebel's head, scattering
his brains all over the horse's neck. ,t
"I relaie these little circumstances eo
that merit may be justly delt with, even
if the fiero is' a 'nigger' as some people
would call this brave fellow."
Tam Doe. WAR : The Germantown
Telegraph says the dog war carried on
by Capt. Jim. Francis, in Philadelphia,
terminated in October. Over twh
thousand dogs have felt the weight of
his arms, or rather snares' and nippers
besides a considerable number redeemed
at v. dollar a 'head. The pr4mium on
each dog paid by the city is' fifty cents.
The dogs are taken to a yard in lduttn
wood.street, near Thirteenth, where they
are hung to a heath and receive a bat on
the, head, which extinguishes life's spark,
man is then immediately on hand to
buy the bodies', which .are boiled into
wheel grease--and so ends the.dog's car
case—he is try'd, and not found wanting
MORAL . 1:11D riELIGIOUS
time since authority was given Colonel
Saiith of DlinoiS, to raise a regiment of
"moral and religious men" for the war.
He was not confined to any Congression
al District, or particular locality, but bad
a carte blanche to canvass the whole
Stater After struggling for five weeks
Col. Smith has been forced to abandon
the undertaking. He succeeded in get
ting twenty-three captains, thirteen
more than were needed, of the proper
qualifications, but the "moral and re
ligious men" did not fall into line in
sufficient numbers to form a respectable
MITTENS FOR THE. SOLDIERS..-...Ail offi
cer from West Point, who commands
ono of the finest regiments in the service,
suggests that woolen mittens for the
soldiers will be greatly needed when the
cold weather begins. Will not all who
can employ themselves in this way help
to furnish five hundred thousand pairs~?
'['hey should be knit with one finger,' to
allow a free use of the ,firet,fingbr and
thumb. It is said there were more
soldiers disabled in the tiritieai war,
from any other one cause. 't
SUICIDE OF A BAPTIST ELDilt.—Elder
Stephens, a Baptist , preacher,' 'of ihb
close .comrannion order, vzhose , home
was in Chester, Geanga 'county,•,Ohio,
committed suicide 011 Monday afternoon
the 10th inst., by cutting'his throat with'
a razor. Be has bad spells of derange;
meat for a year or two past, but contin
ued, to preach. Ile preached on the
Sunday preceding his death, and gave
out his text for the nest Sabbath—"9e
hold how great a fire a little matter
fir Peaceful citizen—( exam Wing ia
rifled musket)—That is >rather a fine
weapon, is is not, my friend ? Bravo
volunteer—Wonderfull You aim tit a
man two;miles ofr—you cannot even see
him--itdon't matter; fire—the ball will
find him, out.
Beauties< often, die old maids.—
They aet;such a value upon 'thernseliTes
that they don't find a purchaser until
the market is closed. ':'"17111
'Er it is dangerous for one to climb
his family tree too high, for he is very
apt to get among dead 'and decayed
fir The Most beautiful' may be the
most admired and caressed, but they are
not always the most esteemed and loved.
Inc 40qtabtut Vennsldattia afournal for fljt lan* erelt.
A LAwyua's Tarcu.L—A shrewd trick
tUidentify the handwriting of a party in
a stilt was resorted to in a case tried in
the Suprimb Court lately. A man, his
wife 'and son, made ajoint note, all thiee
sighing their names: When the note
came due it was repudiated, and the
holders commenced suit. No diffieulty
was found in regard to the identity Of
the signature of. husband And son,. but
no , one could be obtained to identify, Abe
handwriting of the wife. 'ln this dilem
ma the council for the holdeeof the note
got an Express monied envelove,
which ho put a snbpcana. A boy,, was
sent with this envelope and a receipt
book to the house of the lady... The
lady fell into the• trap, received the en
velope and signed the receipt' in the
boy's book. When the trial came on
the lady did.not appear ; the boy, how 7
ever, prodeced the book, and the . signa
ture being compared they were found the
same, and a verdict - rendered against all
three.—N. Y. Express.
LANE AGAIN.--A correspondent of the
Cincinuatti Gazette, writing frortLOseeo
la. Mo., under date of. October,' 25th,
"Lane, with his Kansas Brigade, was
just in advance of us on our Way out
here, and consequently he got all the
' contrabands:,, He captured thiity l two
kegs and two barrels ,of Price's powder,
which he found hid at Pleasant
He also confiscated' Secession property
all, along the road, , wherever he' could
find it, often takings from rebels and
giving it to " poor Union families;" who
bad been previously robbed by the re-
There is'no mistake about it, Lane has
done more, and is doing more; to put
will " stay" &limn, -thin all the' other
armies together, in this State. He con
quers as ho goes." i!
A BRIDAL PiRTY.—A wedding party
passed through Elmira a few days since,
which. never had its prototype, inthe
whole tra n of Hymen's devotees. •The
folloWing items in regard to this peculiar
couple will Satisfy every one that "matri
monial sweets," were never measured
out. on so small a scale before. Their
respective weights are about 65 4 and 33
pounds. Their respective ages are 21
. 20 years. Their respective heights;
three feet five inches, and two feet eleven
inches. The gentleman is a brother of
the celebrated Gen. Nutt, Tom Thumb's
great rival. The lady is, known as the
Fairy Queen,. formerly Miss Sarah Bel
ton. The happy pair were on their way
to the little lady's home from their• bri
dal trip to Niapra Falls.
ANOTHER, OF panne Liss.--A gentle
man writes •to us that different parties
have stated to him,,that we, the Senior
Editor of the Journal, adniitted to a
confident that a great deal of money had
been spent in Kentucky for the Union
cause, and not less 'than , half a million
upon the. Legislature.
•If anybody, calling himself our confi
dent,,has made any such 'statement, he
is a base liar. The statement itself Is a
lie, all a lie, without .a particle or the
ghost of aiartiele of • truth• to rest on.
But we can't be expected,to hunt up and
dispose of all the lies the secessionists
put in circulation. We might as well
spend our days in one never-ending flea i
STANDING- ARMIES.--it is gratifying to
inow that so, long as the: Constitution,
remains, no such thing as a permanent
military eitfablishtnent can be fastena
upon as. Those stera old Republicans
—the fathers, of our country—were, t
above all things, jealous of standing
armies. They have effectually prohibit=
ed it, by the provision,' that no appro
priation for the support of armies "shall
be for a longer period than two years,7
thus rendering the continuence of , a,dy
force great or small, dependent upOn the
separate assent of each branch of every
RESIGNATION OF GEL KErld.—" It iB4
currently reported," says the Harrisburg ; .
Patriot• and. Union, " that Gen. W. H. 4
Keim, Surveyor General, will in a few
days, resign his office, fdr the purpese
accepting a position in the army. • Gen.;
Kelm served as a Brigadier, General in
the three mouths' service, and may 114
said to have a decided taste for military
life. The position which he will fill in
the army will prevent him from holding;
the office of Surveyor General, and the
Governor will appoint a successor, who
will perform the duties of the office un
til the next general election.
GEN. CHARLES llEE.—By , aii Improve-
meat in Philadelphia lately, , by which
a part of the cemetery of Otiiicit Ohnich
was , takenr fora public'way, the iemaina
of many -.persons4 l who were . 'entombed
during the last'Centuryi.came once= more
to the light of day, and , among them
were ,the bones ~ .o f v lklajor Gap, Charles
• • The
ahogany coffin which he was buried,
had decayed and stained ; the b,ones, and
also his wi , r, which,was found in e, good
state of preservation, with a reddish
broirn color. illia'unearthing-'occasion.
ed Tin eiciternent; thliugh*once name
would have gitirredzthe'eountry, and. all
that remained 'oPhiiri'was tarriee'awcii
in aumall pine 'box, .! • :
teTite Brooklyn Daily Times is re
sponsibb? for the foil oWing :
WANTEIL—One hundred and *Sevelty
five young men, of 'all' shapes tand saes,
from the tall, graeeful dandy, with hair
enough on his ;upper- fvorks..to - i stuff a
barber's cushion, down to the little
Carrot headed upstart . ""'
olifeUtiift to form a gaping corps,
to be in attendance at the various church
doors 'on each.Sabbathi before the com
mencement .of;divine,aeryice,,to stare at
females as they enter,•and make delicate
and ~sentlenanly renzarks, about their
•- • t
All who wish to enlist in the above
corps, will appear at thervarious.obu'rch
doors,, next ' , Sabbath , morning e i where
they, will be duly inspected, and their
personal appearance, and qitantity of
brains'registered in a book iterit ferlhat
purpose and'priblisled in the neWspaper.
To - prevent: a gen4rei rush, it will be
well to' cone en)istea
who possess intellectual capacities above
that of . a well-bredtpigV '. • ' • "
.egr The London,
, Tintes,, o ‘ f the 20th
irt t .,‘a i aYe' Oa irOiaiers that,' l lvith
strength of body, their intelligence, and
the dOCility *tack they` , h'ave,% On 'the
whole, displayed,' therare men *heti
Napoleon' woulittiaire beenr-g,lrid
under- his orders;Thtir . whOrn'lsTapoleaii
himself, could not make into,soldiersl'in
three months, wilhout r officera n to,,help
,with with: gloom ; pf, a. late ; defeat
to slol4llso the epldiers',.spiritz., ,By
ceseant,.asertions, however; :this ,vast
mass lies received something like-organ.;
ization. It shows fairly on parade,, and
may, Possibly, go thiouglizome of the
duties of actual warfare creditably e l
iiiPiigh." It • contends, ho'ziever, that
we have not yet had 'sufficient time td
properly disciplin'e 'it; add it`hloPlis rior-
Ward two great brittle' at .lilanasbail as
the' important event , ofthe war. ‘-`• !
,Charles4 l oB B , whP.N9centlY,
Visited New Orleans, gives the folloWing
statement of prices in a late letter 'to
the - Chiciio Post I".'
on 613 idth dr Odiober;' iitOck Of
pork' in' New Orleans Was six thousand
barrels, of which thirgoVeiriiheneinikl
ctfaied" torty:three hundied Barrels, at,
$4O per barrel. Lard 45 cents per l ibl`
potatoes, any price askednone in, rriar
ket,; bacon 35 and 40 cents per lb.
Now,vtake. into i-cousiderationt:the
monster, tax, lovieit , upon# the 'people iof
the .JSouth;i how/long i,does the reader
suppose the people will be able.to.stand
such prices for provisione ? AtiO ,when
they csAscald the pricps no
,'longer 7 ,
what nest , I
I , j * •4 - 1.. a *l'l,
Cr The Chicago, fliiliune flayd ;:n One
lake craft at present are coming nearer
the ,poetical idea of," sailing,oll , a golden,
sea" than probably ever before. , A ves,
sel capable of carrying 20,000 bushels,of,
corn to Buffalo, getethe neat, little.sum
of 83,800 for the job—no matter if it is
Only worth''ss,ooo, hull and rigging.:—
corn-td Buffalo, 'fartnei' wh
era and prepares it forimarket4 gets only
seven to ten cents per•bushel;
„ • fp,
42r The' Amnion Tract SOciety has ;
pnbifeheif for tlie 3 `
sold'ieis 30 x ,000' copies
of Cromwell's Pocket Bible, prepared
for themse= of the English army in 1843;
a 150186,000 copiesdn English, afid-20;000f.
in Geimaulot.thisi lordersi of; generals;
Washingtbn ands 31)01ellan, On ObSei.v.:=
Dace of the Sithbat_lb and againstprofanet
Nearlyb 100,000 =tracts have•
also boon issued on gambling.': :The} ,
army, and navy have also been supplied
with 1200 copies ei,theßoldiem9 l Poch.,
et and bamp tibraries,comprising 30
0(i0 volumes. ,
The Charleston Mercury calls Presi
dent Lincoln " a snake." Well, a snake
has an immense amount of baekbene.
Term s-=One' gDcalar a Yea,r..
, lir When Goperal r itec,waka prisoner
at 4 1 )baPY,J49 'APO with an
Bcfore entering npon,the,wine, the Gen
eral ,remarjrnd 1 . 0 Jos: ,Ilost, that after
drinking. he was ,
for which he hope,d,the,host ,would eA
General, I, willolloi,that," uailthis,,host,
it; yo3l. 2 wilj cx,,eige,rk trifling faujf.which
I have myself. It is this : wheneyerj
hear a man abuse 'wild Ireland,
'gad liftetietirfc'e nth
my !Mihaly !" The' General was' cyhl
DzsgovEßus.-= : -.4.,pair otapeeta-
Glen, to, egitthe f.eyeq ,ofspotatoes.
elnhmithAvhielgan,iileastrgelOhe i poet.
stick 404Pe4scire, 11 . 1 ±rr.DMielKapq 8 :7-
Tit,e,,hvivaipl line Tfith;whick, amanglpr
canght t knoiti.. N .An i uml!reklkuse„d - in the
reign,of4yrnkto., i ,Alinot fronttlin bonrd
A.,glans of•lemonndemincle, nf u no,nr,; tom'
pgr,,ant thp,Aly,eetn ! _qt; matrimony., y
MARRIAGE OF PRIESTS IN FRANCE.-
The sgraveo legal question, as to'. thizawa
lidity of theirearriage , qfpriests lambent
tome subinitteditotthe Civil :Tribluiatof
IZwig:Deux:A .*rApriest ohoohad; besim de ,
barred ofrowthe :thuireise of lecelesiatioal
funetionsOrdsolvedoloAnarry as young
- mayor4ofkthe *village morose& to per ,
form- ithemeoeSsarylormalities; and :ac.
ordingly.the . priest ham , brought. ani ao:
tiiin to trpthealtiostion.44oi, »wr t
lifts 14; #
W ALKING .WATEV.—iao 'lleum'
~,amps;a4r. -Art )-41
new apparatus rof_erossing rivers. It
consists.of a pair of india rubber boots
, • , • 414'
,pae t plecevwhieb are
filled withair.a fittle, i bplow,the waist,
and heavily, weightedat l thl:±: ; fet :. ,,,,WAl3
these trousers on, a detachment, has
treonently eroesed the lake of Y i ineintr f
where the water le about -fifteen Oisii
, • M
d t •
deep, firic their Tufke.ts,Joi
as i they went. The d ssen sink about twp
feet. • .
• ~ ski erfP64.4
INCIDENT ;or pod.;
nection with.the burial of the .kille4 in
Fremont's Body Gruird, a very interest
mg indident, is related. Sonielioldrers
WOO' bn,ied s cecebnefirer:di'sgsN e ibil
three''ded and wounded men ofthe`liody
guard }n the WoOds,'an'd eitl,llle
one of tlibm' a little dog of the terrier .
SRidi.' It lind - sfaid Ter 'hours besidS
•a he ,the crY%O!`PIFP•I
Under the , nircutils4nuesAb!4 now exist ;
it, is aMPY..9fAiIraFIY, fisTh?.-Fgu-nelkt'4
peace in the presence of emllattlad Jte , sl.l, ,
when the invaders are approaching upon
us, , mmins; ardisthignislied statesman
and. contemptlof,the- Forld, the f isetting
of thedlist•hp'pe:of ttiesoppressedbpeople,
otthb et ti 1 4.020 Al is o t
d Who ),,dareS•.stniitl , forth, and-. declare
himself:the advocate -of :bac M peace ,? .F.;
eir It is stated that the 9:nyervicint
has contracted with. iti:rties'in
phiaifot the.constructioit of.an irbnzeistd
steam. fri gatephn dt thctil eying! ci &the &bell
has:been 'commenced, atoKensiegton
Th'et vessel4lll , beldOifeet.long,lsl3,feet
beam; :.aiid s3O , feet di)pth; tof hOldo ands
her armdmetit inftkeensistkof.4l.6 feet of
the largest rilled.pannota.6 ;i4 ix e 10,
dir At best life julot very long. A
:few moreestailes,takfew,more•tear?, some
pleasures,, mach vainosanshiros!arid song,t
cloadsl amti darknesra,-..hastyi greetingEi;
, abrupt=. farewells=-then/ Our little.4lay:
willti close, and iejuredt.arfd :injurer, wills
; passe amayi tit. wortht4vhibvlr to (hate,
:each other ? 7 o 1.3--
• SEM t,hP;,4tßY;P9.l9.l)rEttld
f9F liikii9;el.9lo4 4. 1 :9fidng#A 18 4.4,9
yiag receipt for t making yeast
gaejo,nrt,h 4 ,ll:),,,Rgbl97R,Bligf t ,r l
a 44 '•l l 4___ , AcktwPelOnql,9f<lso.9.ri.
•fo.r.,9ne hour._,:Wkqi=„miPf ws,in
. 14.1 1 20tItisti
and cork it close. .It will be ready for
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, 1 14 " FigurnlY°RMem"ilßAßA9illeedi
used° ber W9ll 3 cred tedbsaying <Alb
'_ the o i ßq
l ru St i O n AttoPrq , eiiN l i9Pkthirk,
.P.P92nibbfsaat;l!RElEp t have =
?played the dickens with the proverb, „4,1
Modal. *yea t , kar,merly oa itroojfil a
".P.tite l .;.; in ItiP2O,l OWith tthe raid off
sqwing-aiachinea,, sthey Jake n Onesin r no,
i.. 4, .
volunteers. Is it right"' 'that "beauty`
8.119,AA : :` give Ahe,n:Rtlen" hravery.
WVIf you are conscious of being green ,
and don't want folks to See it, try to bo
an invisible green.
On primeal rocks she wrote her name,
Her towers were reared on holy graves';
The golden seed that bore her came -
Swift-winged with prayer o , er'oteett mores
Tao Forest bowed his solemn crest,
And open flung hisaylvan doors ;
Meek filters led the appointed Guest
To clasp the wtde-embracing shoreeb
Till, fold by fold, the broidered land
To swell her virgin vestments grew,
While Sages, strong in heart and nand,
Her virtue's fiery girdle drew.
0 Exile of the wrath of kings I
0 Pilgrim Ark of Liberty I
The refuge of divinest things,
Their record must abide in thee !
first in the glories ofthy frbnt
Let the crown-jewel, Truth; be found ;;
Thy right hand; Sing ; with generous wont r
Lore's happy chain to farthest bound I.
Let Justice, with the faultless scales,
' Hold Mat the woiahip of:thi sons
Thy commerce it her = sidning sails
Whereno-dailc-tide ofgripitie tuns t
So lm ways
tuy ways to those of
`So } fd ^ lcw
fain the heavenly lap . s,
And avant-aped rAngels Math) , twin
I . ` - Ps'W $l4 11, f: ' -
CI Land, the measures of atfli)rayera,
.a e l Vorld grieftnil wrong,
thinethe %tithe' ci:eite Aeri,
Thegiftz6f Faithrtheetivare ipf•vng !
'CUTS 'FROM PRENTIOE
Zollicoff Of er retreated in great . haste
• fl-f a • .•
4. Wildcat .'Cerro.Gordo Wil-
,41 , P51C441 4k14',41
Hams haveireated from. Prestonsburg,
Col. Fred Stanton bas retreated from
Barksville, and 'Buckner' has retreated
rt , • •
from Green River. The Secesspn forces
are doing an immense business in the
retreating line:. It is the odly'thing that
they tare' great -at. :We 'guess they all
, v p4o k of the,Niphyilip:_paßoraisays that
t AYII4°4 I Org9OOPP II :9I49[44 1 .4: 18 • of
will,be glad to,hoar it" 4 t ßqrtion of
thvgitkgpootAcmoA9 . 4,ktir i lvintor par
teMltkqe• 1; hat *lfht q.etkdktiou of
x '`ll leitiCiile " paper ti r atte tilst'N'Orthern
main tiOng infred andleethered in Ala
bama for lying. Iran"at£empt were
treadeleilr the liars in
Sonibern*Corlfe l ar t airigie would
be c infilikli iiiid'iiine-treee to
yield the necessary materials.
A viineidemble'llmbei'roi secession
is* after! icineiiikdAeatiatattr 'search
f theii.fights, 144 'faitaiiiiiely' found'
than ' . othere will
pi l itaihly'bilifothoOking , fdr i theirs in
the simeliiiiiitei. : ' 7 " 3 "" .4 t"'
~ ao boa
mAildyin liorgOV,OaktrA; 9impnri
offerepa r prom:tingly fpnsanaagh ,Itnnkee
hatollißenegecs.4 laito 4-;
rh4Ps 18hgawitaiithtlikcti491 taket
Eholaarankee 151M 01 4 4 44.•,W flirt
iiiAiicuir7l , Vhfi 4 Blyi , du Gin;
see'ms'to`'tie~ always' WtrirnefoYelatigh.
ter." We presume' ttis'i
noy appears t?efer . rilm ( pAlichwitl:l9nt
1143.113.f1;07 :2: n
expect no quirtiii s xfiisd/ 84ifiern
1..4,417 4 . r..4144,5
The. Mobilo Register says Abat , the
,Iv - u—sarettal A , A I • •
C RP ri Alft t i e fitiV l L e igk i t k h L 8 11, 16 F t° ,4 48 3
q t ter,AtAct g re ., t lA9A. b eitt e/ A r a9/ 1 n key
- - -
- Warzia inueh: , :beittlitathtin la twat • se:-
quiescenoebitu a vermunedt separation of
the Union ae the etrugglearoffiniffeting s
life are betterthairly rte. quiet nothiqg
doss of death.
1, 4 ;
MieSiaaiPlA PaPerAVA that Gen:
Lane,isf geeingettetorik thebOopfptieroe,
force% Eke * 4 *et
"1' ieng4Lbne , ' ;ryegnefCho/ !l'AuFs.
)0 14.eitn . whiskiiiTaloilattfinti fiVieleents
If this' eoritine l ea,d the intellent ie anion
will soon give way to a whisky inenriee-'
A ',:e44 iOttilb A '.4-4:0
failitictade int% do
thoso liartOnn l lsBlBtigolilid &WM. fa+ort
of the 0 17iiin Owl& et*thtgloadatition.
# l2 l 4 9lfi B v,i l lo/J,9ur..4airtßeedilith.ja; u9i
1 4PaJto.Re;:of 9...E.04 I :AiTti.49,44opTu.at,
is not a caiginon-plampstppy,4
A. United States Regiment M.oneamp.
p 41;?,sef&P.13.right*, phr,ei
idiana.b 4 Therfee t, some FIT; that jeasek
will bring & an Action_ of,:treertass,?
Memphis thittVe- 'wears
ido' 'NO7 if tlakfe'di fdlleik ie.
cellar i , .4) hi it
The Richmond Enquirer denonnies,a,
couple of Confederntg, officers as "the
tools ofrFloyd.P,llt mtane , that they ate
iv burglar's itools..l*. r< 4 '
know that 43rn
4 ' ll)llfedertk4'
blockadefthd brockadelvill break i thern
Can't some poet dedicate a few stan•-
zas to' our brave and chivalric.Stay-at
home Rangers? •