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AT ONE (XXLAR A-YEAR, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
0.11, $11:25 AT eliF. F.ND OF THE TEAR.
- - -
OFFICE: CRCILL'S ROW, Faorr-ST.,
A PVERTISEHEICTS AT THE 1:7811AL RATES;
A large addition to the JOB Pierryrrteo depart
ment of THE MARIXTTIAN " establish
ment enables us to do everything in the Job
line with neatness and dispatch, and at very
NO. 92 MAAKET STREET, MARIETTA
iTIAICES this method of informing his old
friends and the public generally, that he
has re -taken his old stand (recently occupied
by George L. Markley,) and is now perma
nently fixed to prosecute the Hatting business
ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Having , just returned from the city where he
astlected a large, varied and fashionable iisort
ment of evetythlng in the
HAT AND CAP
And now only asks an examination, of his
-Mock ai prices, before purchasing elsewhere.
Haying also laid iu a stock of 'Batting materr
:al, he will be enabled, at short notice, to man
`nfacture all qualities—from the common Soft,
- to the most Fashioned.: Silk Hat. ,
Employing none but the beat of workmen,
rand manufacturing good .goods at low prices,
he hopes to . merit and receive a liberal shase of
Ipublie patronage. 14 - The highest pride paid
for Furs, - - , -tillrade' or cash':
mariattai Marsh 9, 1881.
S. S. , RA.THVON,
Ittirehtuit Tailor, and. Clothier,
At F. 9. Kramph's Old Stand, on the Cor
ner of North Queen and. Orange
GATEF U L to the Citizens of Marietta
and 'vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended, the undersigned respect
fully solicits a Continuance of the same;
goring them, that under all circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
CLOTHS, CASSZHERES A N D VESTINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on hand
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may suggest. .
ALSO, - -READY-HADE CLOTHING,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooods
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
DAVID ROTH )
Dealer in Hardware,
Cedarware, Paints, Oils, Glass,
'title, Cook, aoo otileh stobes, &0.,
AITOHLD take this means of informing the
VVI citizens of Marietta and vicinity that he
is prepared to furnish anything in his line,
'consisting in part, of TU hie Cutlery of all
kinds; Building an d Housekeeping Hard
'ware, in all styles, Cutlery, Tools, Paints, Oils,
Class, Varnishes, Cedarware, Tubs, Buckets,
Churns, Knives, Forks, Sp - oons,,Shovels ' Po
4sere, Tongs, Candlesticks, Pans, Waiters, Cop
tier and Brass Kettles, Door, Desk, Pad and
aII other kind of Locks, Nails, spikes and
mind everything usually kept in a well regula
ted Hardware establishment..
A LEXANDER LYNDSAY,
bred mad Shoe Meattifficqurer,.,
.MA 'MET STREET, MAttIETTA, PENN
Wou. 'd moat respectfully inform the citizens
a th i s Borough and neighborhood- that he bas
„the hart, 'est assortment of City made ,worti in
leis li ne af bnuities! in this Borough, ar.:d be
an,* pm . Watt: BOOT AND SHOE 1!,1 A
ti a se u , i s Inablen to select with more iudg ment
than t h ese ti vho are not. He continues to man
ufacture in , 'be very best manner everyl.hing
in the 6001 AND SHOE LINE, whit h
will ;inerrant )1 0 t neatness and good fit.
and', .gamine his stock before :pur
'chasing elsewhe re.
iirc'h, Street, above Third,
tJh'TON S. NEwcoirrta,
113 - This Hotel la antral• convenient by
Wassenger Cars to alf pat is of the City,- and in
4.wcry particular adapted. to. the comfort and'
wain ts of the business publiC.
Terms 1..59 per day.
W HITE SWAN HOTEL,
FRONT STREET, MARIETTA.:
4.4 , 40.11~W.1".
The undoniened having again leased this' Old
:and popular hotel, takes this method of in
donning his old friends and the public gendt
mily, nothing !Mail be spared to keep up
ithe reputation of the house, and make it
worthy of the support of the traveling pub
GE111: W. IfECKROTHE.
eirot isiprobaierg ial SPAriilff
Ewpire Shuttle .Machine.
Patented February 14th, 1860.
Saffesrooen, 510 Broadway, New York,.
IrIJ.H IS Machine .is conatructed on an entirely
new principal of mechanism, posses Sing
manly rare and valuable improvements, having
been, examined by the most profound experts,
.and ipronounced. to be Simplicity and Perfec
The following are the principal objections ,
.orged against Sewing Machines:—
J.—Excessive fatigue to the operator.
'l.—Liability to get out of order.
;IL—Expense, trouble and loss of time in re
4,--Incapacity to sew every discription of
45.--Disagreeable noise while in operation.
The Empire Sewing Machine is exempt
from all these objections.
It has a straight needle perpendicular .ac
tion, makes the LOUIE Or SHUTTLE STITCH,
which will neither rip nor ravel, and is alike
on both sides; performs perfect sewing on
every description of material, front Leather to
the finest Nansook Muslin, with cotton, linen
silk thread, from the coarsest •to the finest
Having neither CAM nor COG WHEEL,
and the least possible friction, it runs as smooth
as glass, and is
EMPHATICALLY A noisless MACHINE
It requires fifty per cent. less power to
drive it than any other Machine in the market.
A girl of twelve years of age can work it
steadily, without fatigue or injury to health.
Its strength and wonder/of simplicity of con
struction, render it almost imponsirde to get,
out of order, and is guaranteeif by the company
to give entire satisfaction/
We respectfully invite all those who, may
,depre to supply themselyes with a superior
article, to call and examine this unrivakd
But in a more special manner do we solicit
ihJs patronage of
Merchant Tailors, Dress Makers,
Coach Makers, I Corset Makers,
Vest Makers, Gaiter Fitters,
)pantaloon. Makers, Shoe Binders)
Shirt and Bosom Makers,,
Hoop Skirt Manufacturers,
Religious and Charitable Institutioas will
be liberally dealt with.
Price of MACHINES, Complete:
No. 1, or k'amily.Machine, $45 00, ; No. 2,
Serial! *zed .IVlsmifacturing, $60.00, N o . 33
Large size IVlanu(acturing, $76.00
Cabinets; .every Variety.
We want Agents for all towns in the United
States, where agencies are not already estab
lished, to whom a liberal discount will be
given, but we make no, consignments.
T. J. McARTI4II3, Si, Co.,
610 BROADWAY, NeW TOSJC.,
YOTT'S Hanging and Side Lamps,
For Sate at WEST & 110T/PS
• . " ."
T" L_ B,a er„ Proprietor_
.hi‘akt ' . "‘t.lo/ CPir •
I tte r ft 9ri l A t i r a l : A e A alt
a 1 ,
1 .0 the urgent
, renriest,,o'f M.r.
o whom the tollewin,g letter was ad
aressed, ,we mimic into our columns,
` ... •
verbcdpiz Without comment s ,
SLOOP OF tv+ri.r.l.lirsicrWa.
' ' ' "icod Sacithirste;'
r ' ••
This morning came
your letter of 3ist, l and I assure
you IV was:indeed Welcome, for' ft 'is' the
first news 'received from' glithe
since leaving ElaMptoe heads: a`da'Yor
'two after'the' mailing 'of your letter. I
had anxiously leaked for letters;' 'n4?)t
alone from yourself but othgr 'Of niy
, • , •
friends in Marietta, day after d i rty, week
after week and &hairy Month after
month, until 'I
became so discontented,
that I vented my wrath upon my ("Jack
of Clabs") neg,ro servant by occasionally
plae'ing" the toe of 12:1s , boot (no deubt)
Where it' shoeld' not be, arid 'stilled the
longings of my heart aexfOus in 'thecex
' isme, the 'enjoyinent 'of
" _Eager 'ffeer," until that 'olio obt'andi
finally was cciinPeiled to came doWtrto
adittle whiskey 4- water, the "rye'? .being
predominant in the aforesaid ,mixture,
and now afterteceiving my,. .I find
" Malony" hinw.lf,again, Ina, a
little amused in looking nver ..one;of,the
,containing,,a list ,of, the
Officers attached 0 : MA8 b l/easel t to„find
comment upon,your humble , friend "4.
AL"—viz "tke, last keapd,of bin?,
.was,, that 4 g had turnld ; SecesA, Cpid , was
fighting against Uncle Now, I
can not fora moment, comprehend , how
,slander cC r uld,possibly getafloat.
treely,admit I wit a Strong,sympathi-.
zer' ortlui South, prior, to thn war, .T., had
sufficient reasons so-to be, but when the
Matter cafe& to;be so serioa as it is. I
felt 1113 , Si:ilea Pennsylvabiliii; and - could
therefore' do r no than' aceept
'offers madelci Wfi'llsrahroad s'fo'fe
turn to the United States and' triketart
in the gloriontincilise` ot suistatuilig the
Union and 'upholding the' Cobititution.
I 'sacrificed no little when I bid fardWell
to my friends iff'SbhtligAmerica. re
turn 'honie. 'But "I felt it'adrity h aild ac
cepted it.cheerfully and now" find thyself
side .by side with many' bthere, who:like
mCaelf offered freely :their Services in
a -;;;;;, dapacity, and their bloOdlor
tli e gobcrof their Common Country; It
wo.re well if•soine others who new en
joy themselves inthe gaiety of, female
6 0 , a 'ety in Old "Marietta",would go arid
do iii;ce wise, persons, who ,cry loudly, for
aastayling the Union, young men ~who
have u o Ltmilies to require there presence
to t t
,wach over them, but who _. remain_
dance -Attendance, & hold the woollen
thread„os some , fair one blisters her
delicate, ,dear, little fingers in. Knitting
etc,—for the poor, Soldier
who has gone forth to save theirlio?led
Country an d doing--battle for its exist
ence. W 133 - niy 'friend if I were -- end f
those ladies (and very' hityipity `l'M'ficit)
who belong 2o that "Patriotic Circle,"
I would treat iiitleticorri any young niaa
who would' ttms tit:Cain. to , Play" the
agreeable iirheri‘theirt onntry is tit 'da'n-:
ger. Ch'! what Willaittr4 it be to
one and all of nkwliCi - niav toYeturn
to our happy itome's and - receive
cordial welcome of those we love, it
will be an ampile recompense, for ..all
dangers all. privations. and trials we
may have passed through, to know
and feel that we are deserving all the.
homage of our:fair townswomen. I
" Malony" turned .Secesh ; Heavens
forgive him .who .would thus wound a
heart whose-every-impulse . is .and ever
ha's been •for the g,00d• ,, 0f his - Count'ry,%
I defy any man to prove:to the contre.ry,l
they say h belonged, to a Secret Society
tinctured with Secessionism, , Bnt. Whati,
of, that, do they.now what
that Society; No was attaphed to
the organizatioit longbefore,l arrlTe[b
in the United States and before even
president :was nominated hyeither:,party,
at the last election. ; I left theprganiza- ;
tion priar . :to, ,my „leaving. the gaited.
States on the 21st of lag. March a year
ago, my reasons for, doing
cause it was incompatable •, with my
interests; and other reasons ' Of whiclil I
hive nottha libetty.to e.af. they
day I held cOmmtinicathin ivith the South'
dufing . my*stay in }Annetta, and I'ask.
why' not .; .did . not eveiy parse& who - hUd'
bhisiness = Santli 'do the' same 'thing,
Uncle Sam carried the Mails, and IPaid`
for my letters, is it atry badie t s'bnisitiess`
what my, buisiness w,as,,thero, huh ) f-its
all, folly, and u• few l ,would. l bo,, notables
exclaimed', 4,e .i:3.8ec6'411, and. 04 9 0 1/.4 ,
Secesh. Maven forbid—l qui acquaint-
iThatzm mime fax -ffjc 'hat 'emit
. MAY-10 , 4186Q:
ed through. the, Southern., States more
than any pther one perscs,in , Marietta.
1 watch with anxious „ eyes all ,move
ments made .by our ,grand ,a.nd noble
army, which has at,last pushed forward
to open, the, pileens. Which c.ontairoo
many Union patriots in durance yile:---
1" loiyafrienilFlhere .I...havet loved -com
panions there,, who ~stood by. my side
when danger, pressed round ,and
me in a foreign clime, and. wkio ,never
swerved for a moment in their friend
ship for me and I now 'vow' 'I will push
forward.all my humble yet feeble ener
gies to the accomplishment of opening
..every, prison door, au &freeing every state
from the' °Contamination of that Curie of
,our Country; "ARebel." I Congratilate
•iny Country; the 'gran.l aftny on the re
.ceut victories in the West; it 'Will liitios'a
good effect ibroefd, teaching' thenie that
•our==gloroicia-Union' is not dead-LWhen
they read :the addount' - of the 'deeds of
Valor done'by that army •the noblest the
world has ever', seen iriarshilled'for Con
flict their- hearts.will quake, and feel the, '
truth.that the American Union is. note
thing of the past.' What; an dead Re
public ;• show Such • vitality, b y 'Heaven I
bete 4ho'he may that would utter such
.anlassertion is•a liar and his heart is"hs
false as 13--- I. t Our Union 'not only
exists,.bnt.itdexhibits'alife and gigantic
energyln-its efforts for self preservatioi3
such. as . I the 'Strongest ioVernment
Europa cain'not display. • After' all' the
secret•preperations' and plettiags ; "of the
last thirty years, made under the' gred
est,„advanteges,. by ; traitors. whir :were !
cunnincrly-conspirincr .in the Yery Conn-,
,eil.gbambers and legislativelhalLvof the
governineqt, which they,,were seeking to
overthrow -7a, government which they
disarmed before.they assailed—a govern_ .
ptphopii.of its.strength. by the mere
Wql: l ll§,arre ofSecession.
Lukkii-TRicT. I I4B rallied in= an...incredible
,space ef, an ;army of .brive
au,d4ardy ; volunteers such !.•as neither
preat France, nor /Spain mild
have gathered, tagether.ibr.drafts;
pressments , a n d..,4,oiascriptions. Our
whole Country shelled beneath the tread
of the Soldiers of the - Republic , the
tremble With their`shouts, ttia slit' is
overshadowed with their bann'ers and
along theft glittering lines passes from
battalion to battalion the thrilling cry
"'The Union lives"! ''k he Unioit lives!".
That Chiseiling'sonnd is wafted across
• • .
the rebel Ifarriers'to the Southern States,
and our friends"-and patriots there hear
iridthe 'evangel which 'proclains their
enfranchisement frdm a lawless and cruel
desPotism, re echo the shout, while old
men and Matrons, the ,aged and the
yOUng clasp their hands with tearful
pitise'and sob aloud "Ged i be praised I
The Union lives I Our delivererh ha - ve
come.".., The pent up, lightnings ntjhe
people vengeance,is,ready burst,upon
their .tyrent, oppressors in, terrible Iretri4
button. The electric ,spark,oft, freedom
_sped and far alongthe•Merititl
- peake and rattling cregs,goes , forth
this living thunder,. not from ,ona,lene
cloud but the.heavens and the mountains
have feend a tongue, and .whispers hope
to the heart, of the,pattiot, there. .- ; ,This
glorious Union dead 1-4 ; pause 1 7 -This
precious Sacred patrimony, of our rero- ;
lutionary Sires, dissipsged:in xiot and
lawlessness & licentiousness !—I rpflect?.,
The enirriies drfreedoni and Republi
can liberty—the plottere Of this Secei
sion treason, Who idly rdrearriea that a
lifeless geverninent ley before them' to
be' disseet'e&at their mercy-- may well
start with diSmay' 'a's the 'outstretched
form Which , wore the semblance of death'
springs: uPtin•the pandplY of war; even'
as . t6Hebrew prophetwas startled when
he beheld the dr.i. bones Ofthe'ialley in- .
Spiredl with life- marshalled' in battle
array'.": All 'alonii,..this' oust of Rebellion.
swarm our noble vessels of war,-all'th'e'
kebol ;ports and harbors.are now:securely
blockaded ! rebel , fort after. fort: bas' been:
b.onAtarAqd sk.taken-by,bur, noble:Aare,:
tinik l eaalord:cities vainly.struggle 'Lis our.
iron•Agrasp,: father,of. water& teem
with our iron clad gunboat& deseending
anccessfutly. , ,.upom :their strongholdS,
While from the, ;Sepnlchre. of crucified
loyalty the corner stone is about—to be•
rolled away that AZ redeemed spirit
May Clii , M . .p l eice l unt?,te nation For.
my'seli Wald 4 Foulkf.lcan not but
that ours is the heroic' age of free govern-
Ment,'s,, the last experinaent that the
• a i .1. • a.
Wdr/a will ever witness ;, and the very.
last it origlit"ti, wit.p. ss t if we must fail,
we are ,en, the.. remote- confines iof•sthe
world,—mo.^ area' is left fop farther trial,'
and if• the sun ,of freedom .goes down
now, it will never 'rise hereafter.. Be-
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yowl my coneption , this generation is
celled ' l ie' 'occupy the 1466ittVolitieal
responsibility "'which can' lie' ftlip'ofnted
unto man. .I,honor thelmpoio r deeds of
our - fathers . of the ,revolutien, I. lovete
recount'theirltistery, but the deeds„. of
the present day will occupy a, mPrecpn
epieuoue.,-part -,- - iu,,history‘ than those,of
,the revointion, ,, our :fathers ,had to .meet
4,foyeigrvfoe r lirho could not enter into
the interior of ,our country, but_we, ,an
1 intestine foe spread over an area ex
cealditig More then:half of EctroPe. Oc
`"citifanullY chmes r borne te kir - ear : from
the isfOrthL- , Peabe, pearo, 'peace, 'arid
piey,ure ,indeed, swept words ,to mound
most,grateful to my,ear, and my heart
sickens as ,I read the report, of the bat
tles lately fought in .the y west, and see
slain Or tlie mutilated as they clasp the
earth; and behold , thetears of the iidow
and the-fatherless.— , -God knows liirbrild
gladly, welcome peace,e but it; will not
'come at.our: bidding: -I- flatter .Nmyself
that, theretcan , be,not. such , a thinge as,ya
lasting peace with a divided Uhion. '.:I
say the Union can alone be perpetuated
under the diiiist,ffaiialkiiOn fIiVYI l eer.
forefathers. If youbelieveme not go
read 'over pie histOry of that Poliveriiion
in Philadelphia composed 'Ot!kiiii4o i d
sfiritiiitii'ashingteon, Franklin . and
Sherman, and see their efforts for weeks
:and months to, ccinsumate , a govirnixient
`for ris, and.the-cry, :oflpeacel-will riot:-be
'atjoy until every rebel:has thrown doWn
their arms,• can you, think oflpeece even
iredkilitietta;:when yontrecolleet.ho* old
age . .in: its-helPlesinessi, femilainimeepcp
in its.unprotectedlloneliness ; .:the rights
of property, in their moral Sanctuary;.
loyal men, in the refuge of ' God's eon- ,
secreted house, and l i the yoeug bride,
in the holy of holies of her husband's
,bosom, have been abused, inaptted„plun
dered, burned, or ravished, just as, the
,gonfe s derate
PFCIPP4 I . ,Y.9 3 ' 111 3 Pla,nY a home, the
former abode ofpeace end . ,, security,
there have gone up tears and groans and
plaintive pleadings, mingled "with shrieks
of frenzied., ,horror, :to the: mercy seat
crying for: . ..vengeance. No my friend
there' an berm peace whildt such demons
desecrate,:onr fair. lan& : That man who
talks to me of liberty and peace when
the Union has been broken up is infected
with treason or insanity ; he might as
well talk of composure amid the thfoes
of the e . earthquake, or '9r safety on, the
flaming : v erge 'of 'the Note:Lin,' ' 'All
historY (and I flatter myself I have 'reed
~ •s I .. ' 4,
do little), give the lie to any such flatter
predictions, aad What I still see in
hilmannattire stamps' it witl i k e a r n insane
absurdity. ' Make peace by giving the
South what they ask for, break the hondi
of thetUniontand every thing Treat and
good goes,..with , it: The. advtaeafee , e'f
freevinstitutiens'• would , theiovered With
confusion; -while the::.veiyigre'ves . of :dess
potism'wonld givelup:their dead Imola&
tatioicat My niottoisithis—My , CoiintrY
as ct,whale=Not , the Noilthi-of ithe , Soirtht.:
Not the East or the West, but my Countrty
as. a great and gloriouA WBOVE. Let
rivers roll and menntaiOs swell to .di :
versifyits surface, but over, all the patri
otic Pride and syMpathies of. the Anieri
can must Ilew,undistinguisking and, deep,
as one united Republican realm of the
free, I 'would that the Nation perish at
once rather than groan out a miserable
existence under :the , yoke of SOutliei.ri
oppression as has characterized its leadz
ers, let the tempest that now beats•uPon ,
`us, bear away with it every, relic t of our
past glOry,oirery memorial: of opr.Kes.. !
ent existence. 'Never again let.,the,
erci'cinenee dr cir'oratOrs thunder , in our
lialls of legislatiori or the incense,of,
gratitude ascend , from our altars, but
let every itreaM that wandersthrough :
our fair Country murmur only of ruin,
. : ,, a '
, • from
Ik I TA.
to i theMOUnti tOP, r tell onfy J Ofgias
,desoration every mave,thathreaypoe.
our shores rumble like clods on the
coffins' . of . the'deadimberiL our, :COnritiry
shall be reed . by , those traitors :,in' arm''
against.so gooti,„da glorious• a , Cenatitii!
tion .an d , so: grateful. a Country: ..4%; :few' ,
words Inorcron this subject and 'I 'nay'
farewell. I cannot close,without recur
ring to the "lainented dead, of our late
glorioud vidtOties 'by some regfembratt-,.
ces. They who poured out their fife
blood; and, others . , who Imayl-yet 'alive
mutilated and deformed, who will' carry
tot the. grave the marks .'of •;what they:
' have:done for their Country. The dead'
are - bey ondJour:.sym p athy sl but; we =can
everlcherisli . vgratefal memory. Of their
self , devotion and you who: are ',exempt:,
land , whose „field .of-duty is at home, care ,
for their friends, watch- , kindly. Over-
:71 - : :
r i v er 7 h -I, —(;)tx.ke.--aDc3llari - a-. TYTeaz--
-- n --- NO-41 - .:
„them: smooth the ,rough paths ..ove!
nhicbttheytmay 41130, erp 4 they,.. sayefare:
, 'NFRI/At 0 .4. 1 .47.9 11 ,51,44.' , :ii.33atii honorable; a
.ioillle,fitondaaniik r lgkrnytysturifaill notoin
,y c9ir, 4 uty,jan4JElepr en,,wi ij o row ard tyoti
L'i'Ld Y:C10 4 rilhilYA'giidOnefierld , ifriebd
I, ,"Xotilk,' ; ',.for liingh,,,,senttmoista l as4hosei
t liefilky.e,a pen, 4. t... , t och ono tAriz 0 .43kb 4 , ' •
"arfetta”. fist a%Zecessionistr-:-ifr S. I;
;5e:,►,,,,- ~.., 6 V 4 . - - • ~. u
thoughts such expresSions are
~dis Joy. 1;
traitorous and rebellious ..I amiindeed a
Becessioniat and yet 1.-kayo's consolation
for I r fe i til: Lanic ‘ far ,RoEe,isifi43. tR,,, atriot
t i han f 1 , t i ?,`?TtYl/197°140.!Fti4ceiiiie; f forgive,
me for ti•esspiisisiNg t so„loegiopomr youe
t'#ae:. ' Ac°ll4 liPttPlP, 'tin"' IffPit that
it became ,i4P.- tc ,, A.Pea..lf. qi B 1 I.llaYet„ -4one.:
I care not what others may thinz, but
with:lon arid 'that' Talc' Who lieV . Ei.ti3ben`
I.zfriendly toward' the 7.1 could'init allow
an assiirticergo!unccintii.dlcied. '' , q :
i t havo , spiikenlreely and .1 4 11.opelibidefeiy:
hope , you will - net:find:one `word ln tliis
I . haisty written letter , to , w'orin d -Year 'NO.,
inks (Timex yOurplesitnietin' Vehdfni ktr,
but =that: I-May. ,,. finiluittlyiihtwia'ilttrain,
I .trulrgratefullfoi4S,AgfigeildP Adikeiriiber
me‘veryi - kindly tire MT. Trainer; , youfsar.
;hens ~ indeeditinylfrierid'.4 Vinsiatiriil Yeil"l'
can show him this let464flouiiiiiii tfit,'
oi:any „, of zoir,"9c,,W i lr i ke - Ods, 4 " - gho .46;m1d
gnoi. Of — A t ll: 11- 7 , "}Flig, wlhelast'
I Xlcerli' of la.jid: trrnrigec:sili,,' an,/ was
1 ;,, 1 , , 405ia* ,, .., v a .., I , e; 0 . 44 k. i et.6.11,,F4; .
1 - 11 9 11 A n g vsc rC t ie,t 3 t Prqpjg fivi",,9vo4
siaiiag, yet it: affects Me pff:somdk 77
neia "i.jia."Rerrie Remember ii i r t ilis
.ii , , - ~.,; -, -,. n. IFff...
roulk'Od trio c4ild'ien in and
• • :. -, • . - • ,-, a Ltvr. 1 kindness. Icy, q.:., ,
respect. 'l' hope tO bp in Marietta : some
time in kai, - ivheliVe Call have act r it,
..P. 1. . .= W. I :• , .0... 1, 4 % 4 ,,
over' old affairs gone by. Adieu Vmon
chu amid" Xe;:y Respectfully
- c A.Al,Maiony 17. 1 5,N,
! North, Atlantic ; 73*kacling,§, ivadfcp
Mr. Jelin 'it Voulk
Lancaster Connty •
a r The battle atpr liearoriith can
not- koe % delayed muohllonger.-, Shiba ~Gen.
Xlallecli's•arriyal at Pittsburg tLanding,
t4O-•.4)!XICEIt,I has. birought , ,Order. , .ontf of
chnos, , ,,Aral refertned t and- averginized
his ,arnlyjsio , that4)itlisiliterallys
„The ;.whole.. of 1 Use.
corpse, with the exception.fof,„Genbial
Mitchell's division.;;ir now at this point
and all cbil e Osiionifent;;Ei l ee'Alli, irik a
host in itsele Awa r toliiii : deLT , gie , s
army, which has been ordete'd frem, the
le4er Whi 3 6.11:i4 - Plaibls
nom itirit*'4en'. 4 lfidra,
at PitltSbnie l Ehidiiiiii flirgeiTto'fceiltuaii
R°49n PAlffeJfits;lPElffilL4l l 4,-011 ittlis!.p.on
tkng!o—earSekti,mrtiopp, ; on ;the. Patti.;
gkael•PefßFP.i 1 49Ck1ia 1 4'.419.v.e.di towards
Yorktown. Gars llitchell.haslalso been
taxgelyae,dilfprcsiji Fed w &Ole
to defend himself ...„.againtsk i any force
Beauregard- can send against him.—
ef l e fitl"4,7 o 'ifee, n ta sa y tao
V4)&611; 1 '110
Gen. Mitchell hatie Ciettrge / cli l ekY his fl
m ow n ; of . r e tr e at , ; but 3,citt-hme
e xPect,ll9 4P 1 4 g
era/ ".cittcAsarinl-g4O 6 A VI
stirf9derri4.9l:lo. retreat MP1441b9.-116KVil
less—as there is no other ktrAgetipal
:point in the Mississippi valley worti
defending: IWe lexpebtl will' •
thbiattabli; and iflhortgifielqtheOwill tetla`•
worse thrishingtlian he aid , atlfkittiiiitlir
Landing. - m9ll
. men 0
TIDE PIY TRY.XPAII.EzS
lately arrived, sa , ys...a Buffalo 4:leper,
froiwthe loweeregins'of Tinne4seeffre
lates any Arhuside 'or ttlidt l / 4 6.9' irti"
Whidli=she' danag'id 'hbr Viduahrei.
Her hisband had heft leniii"tit
tP ktr,ParPfPP Ll 9 Pr,qr.PrLY7ra„P,olpisr
abki.PP. Ae°PliPg. itAte PCFP,A 3 PI4I):sq
soelations, ; she
r , • l4 ) ,,,past,,,,ieexralpe4A4 4
her personal goßda,
at great sacrifice, -she- worked the gold
coin into the dappingsloita:pastelacied -
lietweeri l'aYers of and , butter Ide- •
pcisited indlei — baket.'Agettinvont':on
'her journeyyshe 'thus timausged to 'elude
the hordes ofthieitelttlulitkoseit hertpath.
if hiad horseSo wireisiell , thatchidpreplil
ed*:,f`Yes, they are mitched-=first-rate';
one of them is will'inkto do4l,ll.theiverk,
aniil the otliefiS wilTirthe - should.!'
c.OO ,‘ 4,0 uuf irge
'LON' If JJeff flEttivie 9 waisti ) toe
Safe pliicepiwd &Riseahichc44ol6lita la
high tztesticildiswl it kipvitketilhitzfi,/F.
[From the Columbia Spy
STRIKE FOR THE UNION,
Strike for the Union ! do it noir ;
Crush viletrenson at one strong blow;
Strike for our banner! rear it high ;
Bright Starathat noontide sun defy !
Strilte for the Union !
Strike as the waves strike! where it stood,
Drown discord in a rushing Hood';
Strike as the lightning ! quick and fast
Scorch the serpant with a hot, blast r
Strike for the Union t
Strike but to conquor I know no fear,
Who's not'brave is a cause so - dear?
Strike though we perish Heaven will bless
The widow and the fatherless.
• Strike for the Union:
ill home, with,blood . , our sires once bought ;
St - rifle foi our-birtbiright ! he's the heir,
• Who fighis'foi ffedoniveveri where!
•,Air ••. r . ,`: Strike Sob the ilniow!
' Strikef foT theirreientl who shall say
'TI ere ii k krnalf valve in one day!
isirikeforifielutta r'lirhie 'awaits
heri grand rolliof unborn States—
, ~,; "„ I Strike,for the Union !
CnnsTr i a, P.A s •
' SONG Elf `UUR FLAG:
4 13 Y, 3 1 ,ETA ,P.•
4 1 ;lt - 7 ,
With deep affection,
: x J.:, I often.thinlrof - F- 3 , •
,Who seiolds :.po .wotild ; .
~ln dal% ofchildhoo,ll
Fling o'er, my f&icy
!"'r:.tB , :Their maje = tic spells:
1 ,, 19e our Flag ; '
On That I goi!dt;,,
Aid still grow fonder,
' 'Prduellagih'i thee;
',44 brOiutatiipee itieaming,
rn allcmy dreaming.
I seem to-see.
T° Algo ,
" Ik efterf;plinie,.
" NW tli f eidlerolitilit •
~I‘. ^ . • eJ , I OfTtlitifliddiffgr'•`'
'On thy proud swelling, -
Witlr sweetretelling, ,
t " A
T '' s '''' "Stilt igicikeed
T 4 larla
.it ei1.141,4 1 1.1ifY dredming
I ", I ..eee nl ed to, sne.
For blood-and strife;
„,, f of FOViclicise
, • TheThrave,
Gave up t./1,41. life.
91 ';‘ . 11 It:Oldie digs gory '
I've heirdrthe glory,
and- atoty s •
Tsdd.tenderly - ; : :.-
But thy stark,gleaming,
Tliy broad stripes streaming,
In all my dreaming "
ever sect: .
' „ , •t ,
1 '4 ,11 ""tle.dideiYAkeni' -' ' ' '
~ . r-;1 PWith ttiMmings•gOldmi,
‘..4.: , ;•!:otSeelftlto embolden.. ;
. 7 ••••-: ••:•• • T•lte. t elam4of l tboae t i , .. • . ...
1 , 1 l• Lt.) 1.
_ E ''''.. eh i en nl tl Y• PiieF • • '.
Of royal sPiniidor,
" 1 j u i l elg 4 " "-''
' ''i i surrender
iii ' ; d "'f i n . '
.iitVreliilaie ' .
111-41.14 k! , '. •• • ,r
See our flag-yonder—
v.-.. •• ,:= On thatd;:pblaWer"i.• 4 '' - ' •
.••1 • ;.•••>l4 l ._iti.filtiAt SAlWardaderi .1 ) .. ..
Li „nit I t r- 1 e,:t1!i02..9t . th9l - . •
bfar)l hhtO ra .glev ipg
Thy broad stripes streamt n
'I;-vtr qii 114'1? dr ilg 3 I ' ''„,
,!,t 1,-) 0p1,44, Tei . olfusi, of, 1 t. r
I s.- :-... : 411 1 t rm:!s•:,,lii.-N , l 1' :•i.
' Fag of our nation,
i The bestoblation
b ' A , Of adoxittiolni. I. : J r.
5. ,', ,t, ,/,Rtreptime.,
1 Tirant and tory
• 1:: :'L.1.,--, .., ,4 .F 1 ... , ....., 1.
,_ , 1
Have learned thy itory,- 7 ,
1 ''' The ,tae of for .
" '' L '"Andlibeid i k '` J , "
1 • l ulls. , -; 4 et, f 1 I.t.L, 6. .
And children wandering, t
i And heroes pondering,
11,11 A t And•talddn thandeithg,
i t.10.-:1 .4..i..§.# 131 11 1 39P.0r th...b.e. !.,,) :‘ , I ,„,
I , t•,-F• h yt li ri g h ttric ar litgl9n4ng*. . .-.40 V
T b rir ad 4VP e lf Or•eanillS, '..
In all my dreaming , '
' ''4 •L A I V A l 1" ' Vl l iiii r- '
' - , qir. 9-. !" t" ...7::?•:-- 1 1.
** ll) 7lT.4 l3 4lofeqt Pftt, }lo, 4l.uOceeses
3urnside and Foote is,keryt-percep.tible
in all quarters. The contrabands, as
niay well 'be are not; iicidiffer
ent.!,'Onb"4 'thein `qiiieily, Inquired,
`"iotinlyOulell'aihi it is that 'master
Burni3fdeld'untftliat'it' idok five north.
"No" replitalsies,'ihbV '
, -- nertherners
to catch iiiie,sOntlerner—he runs BO fast
—:and then t it takes the other northener
to whipluml" - •
wood for a co,otratiand. • ,
It is said ,ti i kt#Rhe, fLqlznoistledgeo
rikht of an edit,orailias„mtvAl m i rt i ptk
r, e 6
Sikh t, iS a part of tke " ,be of, the
, t.t ••1.144 4 ,
.! ft., ....
4fma4, l krat.trd4nectby,hit
a -1, 1 ,4444/4A Opibitlldlit;
tfir It is much to "tie eared that the
,iersiacrtilbe E ? art t° do a
‘l 2l *alit the
face to bear it, out. -