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rBJt of SVBSCRIPTIOS.
T.. Ur"1 UthMgtiJfM myth
V Jf ifti" until a'.l .rrrara-f
Tub Uxi" Smtk-Fbajc aso F.xo
,0 The Xiw Vork lleruld'i Loudon
..undent : Loiiii Nnwk-on Las
col hii rje o KhrIuikI, nnd before ho hues
f.1,1 of her he mean "'I 01,1 Wutl'r
1 A liitfWy lutclliffi-ut American tit
llrtnan urrircd here to-day, jul from riirln.
He fibred la court circKw while tin-re,
,,,1 l.d several Ita.-rvi-w with the Km
vn. t each of which the litter turned
conversation upon tho exciting Mate or
.for in hi country. He not only ex
pressed lite strongest sympathies with the
(jim-rinncht of the United Stated, and de-eoam-ed
tlio rehellion, hut said to my infor
mint: "When you return to tho United
Sulci, tell the peoplo I am heartily with
tkinund ifany one of tho great powers
recognize the rebels, I will give hearty s..i
uorttollie governuiuiit, and ouiiiht any in
tern Mice." Thi wai understood to mean
England. My Informant any Napoleon's
conversations pointed all the time to the
..reliable action of KiikIuiiiI in relation to
our affair, d he did not disguise the hope
that she would interfero and recognize the
no-culled government ot the Confederate
States, in order that he illicit have an ex-
ciiiu to pitch in. Hi" Cf movo tt'"u,1, U
to incite revolution in Ireland. At the
nine lime, Canada would repel the idea
i,f the homo Government roconiz nir a
Iwus Government, based upon the system
uf slivory. Tiiey would pr-Ti-r to huk meir
fortunes with the free penplu of the North.
DisiioNoiiiNU a Swoiid. Tho Louisville
Joumtl learns that Andrew Jackson Don
clsou lias joined the disunion parly, and
mowed his determination to dmw, in the
dsiinioii cause, llio sword bequeathed to
him hy that glorious old patriot, Gen.
Jack-on. We don't think his lighting will
nmuuiit to much, but the little he docs
should by all means bo done with some
uther weapon than the sword which he in-In-riled
from his great ntimesuk.'. Gen.
Jackson's last will and testament contains
" First. 1 bequeath my body to the
iliist, whence it conns, and my soul to God
who gave it. hoping for a happy immortal
ity, through the atoning merits of our Lord
Ji's'n Christ, the Savior of the world.
Seventh. I bequeath to my wcll-hciov-d
Andrew J. Pouclson, Ron of Samuel
Dimclsou, deceased, llie elegant sword pre
Ruled to mc by tho State of Tennessee,
to.'ii Ihi injuif tion, that he fail not to use
it, when necessary, in support and prnitr
t!on nf our fjlumuit Union, nud for the
protection of tho constitutional rights ol
oar beloved country, souum un-j
sailed by foreign cm-mits or
A Weekly NtWHjmper, devoted to the Intend of tho Laboring
CIuimws and advoentini,' the Hide of Truth in every inane
OUKOOX CITY, OKKGOX, AUGUST 3, 1801.
Vrrarh Jelalaa at Mr, Manila.
A pamphlet recently published in I'arU,
written by Count Ie Gaspnrin, entitled
"Tho Uprising of a Great People the
United Slates In 1801," contains the fol
lowing: If you with to know that the Presiden
cy of Mr. Lincoln will hat u to khow, in
what manner nml under what wispier it
was iiiiiagurulcd, itm to the words which
come from tho lipi of tho Head of the
Stale, when about h living his native town:
WllATTIIK U'Alt M GotNU T Cost.
We do not ihiiik that this country is l.ki
ly to be saddled witU any x n by the
priiK-nt war, that it hat dot capacity t
benr without lui-onrenience. Wc cannot
make any estimate, of coors, of the pnb
able cxp-ine for the year beginning 1st of
April, 1SC1. It may not exceed $100,
000,000, and It may reach $150,000,000.
It can scarcity exceed the latter flure,
by any poibii;ty. This would give more
A duty devulves upon me which is per- i,,, ft 1 10.000 per day. and even in n lime
hup gri-at- r than thut hich lias duolv.d , wur lM tXK.nditure will be
upon any other man, iluco tho days of
Vashiiixtou. I hopo yon, my fiiendi,
will ull pray that I may receivo that di
vine nssislauce, without which I cannot
succeed, but with which success is certain."
lis, yes. e will pray r-r your bue'i! , , ,s,j ,, ,gl2. T19 imr
was the response o the Inhab.tanU of, fO5.l91.000. or IU.-
SorineHi-M. wlien. iiarxiieaileil, ami in
found to reach great distance. The
Ugliest point of rxmndilnrc of Great Brit
tain in war iime, for which wo lave any
duta, was during th great war with Na.
tears, liny witnessed the departure of their
fellow citizen. What a debut for a Gov
ernment! Have there la-en many inaugu
rations here below of so uflecting solemnity ?
Do uniforms nud plumes, the roar ol trium
phal marches, or vague culls on Providence,
equal those simple words: "pray lor nn-
We will pray lor you!" Ves, courage
in 1811 reached 192.191,000, or flM.
2I8.9C0. We do not have the Dguns for
1812, but they are generally understood to
huvo readied even higher-say probably
about $:00,000,000. Such figures as
Mr', would Indeed bo something for us to
stagger under; but we do nut Micro bul
that tho United States could bear halj till-
Lincoln! the friends of Freedom and rj ijoie cxpomLtiire r Great Britain in the
America are ith you. Courage! i"' (lf Mril . ,Io (or $2.10.000,.
your keeping is inlrusted the fule .of a trreat W l y r )
t.our-IUuUJ wiiuoui miuu ing j",u.-.iiv
I'rineinle. ninl of a i:reat peoide.
iv't-l you will have ucrii ol it in pence ami ; uur.ee,
in war. Courage! your t ik, as you have
said, may be interior lo none, not even (o
thai of Washington! To restore the Uni
ted Statis will not f.e less glorious than to
rioi-s Soi.i.irns. A im inner ot me rrewin-in is comuianuer iu cmhi vi
... . . .i i I V,. l.ilii b, .i-ii tnwiiiki nr fl, .'U. hilt
MV iorx nevemn i.i-imnu - , .,, , , ... ,,r
. I III. I II 111 lllf in II ts' i "'"Hi tiii.i
the following narrat.vu to mecorrespoiiniiii .. , s . , . ... ...... in v,.
ive founded them. Iril.,. .iv IVilfoid.SanirX !n,l t,. t!u. names ol nil the Individ-
... ..... 1 ...!. I C. . .4 4 ...1 .... H.:.l. lit. m en.
I):PAI!Tl'Ki: or Col.. l5Asi:it'sCAt.troi:viA " I wandered Oil O.H- m) n.m e,.n.- . .. i,a, . s, ... ,.., ........ .. . .
ltiMilMKNT.-Tl.e regiment whirl, was or-' farm house where 1 su y u Vy r-......u. .... . . ... ....
ani.e.l under the l.usice -r Senator K. i llhode Mnwl Imys. laiK.ng u ... .... inr t n. ........... .... .. ..... h , - -
I . r..l. I Tlw.tf nvl;i i! I ,...f.. .I.,c .mis sTiniiiirt n riHinrllU-ISllll.
li .k. r. of Oregon, ami wli ill has or tttio was gnu iy ' , 1 i i r ' 1 " ' , . . , ,i,.,'
lilIWi: SIM j II lit III'" I lll v
, a 1. . .. - .... ..!.... ... .....I.. .... .... I..LM i,.,irv II. ii.il rii... in . n.v ,
! . . .... ..... i cimi.iliin.r in' i.;.,l,ii., i)u fust nrine:iiles of our
Selmy.er, l-.ast river,
nml n j:uliir diiil, left its eiicampnieut ut
... .-. . . ... i. iM,
i. . . - i i . .i i.'.... i r . r...i i .utif k hi it. I'ti: u .
viral weiKS r.iM in. u ... i ..... i... .... ., ...i,..:,,:.,., ,.l, men.
i. i..... .i i. I....... i,,i-,. t'.'i-v nil!', inn Miaru ihj lire. .101 iiun ...a ...ui., u. k
r.ai nirr, ui.iiip,.i .......... y . , . , i. : ..: - .!..!.. :
1 1 liiiOiiind Said one Ol the men, c am 1 plirasiouJ- nun Mien mf;..i.; 1 -, ineieinim;
nil want sonieliumt 10. should violate
...... . .. . 1 11 ,1.. :.. it...
.. 1 ..- . e ..... r - ....... t ... , . 1 .1. u 11 .1.. ,i r.iM. .1 ... ". ' imm ...... . t"i.itt.. ........... ... -
111111 iiiiiT nil I 1 it lor ri'M 11. r 11 mioh ,tn..-, ...... , ' ... .... 1 1 . t
111111, 1111. 1 num..,, . , , r,..inr.. r...... nf I, u,rv klin.i .1 trniniilo llliili r loot
r.. ., ,rp..,.t tn the .l.rser , nv ' i-ii; lie neil in s roe 01 111. ...-. -j ; -.-- --i - . .
n n tin......... ....... . . , 1. 1.. . I. ...
1 .1 1....I,...! ... , .1-.. il,n,.N f.ir l,,r ..in linrriell W Ullevcr 1000
uiT. ii.-i . nru ... ... n. . . ... .,...,... -
NFWsr-Arnw. The number of newspa
pcrs published in the United States, wit
imnulation increasing from 3,929,821
li90 to31.C41.0n in 1800, was:
1125. & In lc3U, 1,000
T m.V 84 In 1850, 2.800
i nno 12 I lu 1800, 5,253
la 1800, 200 I
Of tin. 5.253 iiewsnaptw and period,'
eals miblished in the United States in 1SGI,
!!2i lire devoted to religious subjects, (il
agricultural and farming, 44 medical, 2(5
prieiM-nrrents, 13 temperance, 10 railroads,
10 arts nnd sciences, 9 mining, 8 music,
I! law. 5 scientific. 5 freemasonry, 4 print-
itiir. and the creat remaining mass, 4,128,
to politics and genera! intelligence, liiere
are 253 printed in German; French, 10;
Welsh, 5; Spanish, 4; Italian, 3; Swedish,
2; uud Indian, 1.
A Democratic Vikw ok Secession.
Tho Boston W, for a longtime the organ
of the hard-shell pro-slavery Democracy
of New Englund, uses the following Ian
gnnge upon tho conduct of tho Southern
"In truth there is absolutely nothing
bat treason nnd rebellion in tins secessioi
monster. It bus been laid hold of by the
Cutalines, who for years have been sapping
nnd minins tho American union; nun
with it thev have worked the conviction in
the minds of thousands upon thousands of
honest men, that their first nnd normal
a!leffittne is to their State. To the fatal
embrace of this error is to be charged the
lone list, nf rpiiirnntinns in the army and the
navy, and the suicidal political action
men who desire nnd mean to be true
what they regard their country."
Aruy A vErnoTP.. A certain Indiana
COmnanv nlinn?t worn not in the march
enemy to hit the weanrs. Tiny wire nil in
good spirits, und seemed glad of tho pros
pect of approaching work. The officers
are principally Califoruians, with the e.-
i-eption ot a Tew gentlell ca troin tn s jnuic.
Tin' fiillowimr is a list ol the officers:
Firld Officrt.-Colonel, V.. V. linker;
enteniiiit-Cnlonil. Isaac J. Wister; Mn.,
lohcrt A. Parish, Jr.; Adjutant, K. I.
laker. Jr.: 0n:t'-i mister, trancis U.
Vonmr; Singeon, Allred C. Baker; Assis-tnut-Surgeon,
Justiu UniueHc. iY. Y.
JIaald, June 9.
Wilms on President Lincoln. -X. P.
Willis, the spicy, lias recently been spend
. j .1 ....
ing a lew U iys in nun iiouui m . ...is
House, during which time lie has studied
the President, of whom he writes:" With
my lour or five years of court lif' in Eu
rope, I had never i-cen that awkward mat
ter for a high functionary, an unexpected
uud brief interview with a stranger, more
idmiralily nnd winning!)- dono. It was
characteristic, tor there was no ceremony
ubout it; but it was full of tact toward me,
and was quite as full of simple dignity lor
himself. Though not courtly manner, it
wns what courtly manner tries to imitate
1 mien and presence loo absolutely natu
nil nnd direct for a Brimmul to npprove,
but which would have been exceedingly
admired by a Wellington or a Pnlnierston.
It is impossible to look 111 Mr. Lincoln s
race and hear him speak 0 few words, with
out believing in him. He looks as honest
i s ho does tall and he is taller than most
oeoplc whilo in tho absorbent openness
of his frank eyes, and the ready intelligence
f his features and expression, there is
plenty of promise of capability."
TTcnoisM There are heroes' in this war
of which uny community might feel proud.
A correspondent writes: uur poor iei
lows at Vienna died game. One was or
dered to fall in by the Lieutenant, ami
said, quietly, ho would if he could. His
arm was shattered, nnd ho was bleeding to
death. Ho did" Weed t0 dcatl'' anU lhc
last thing ho said brought tears to our
eyes, llo murmured, " It grows very dark,
mother, very da.k!" Poor fellow! I.i
mind was far away to his peaceful home m
Ohio Another begsed us to " Stand by
the old fla?, boys; fight it out, nnd avenge
she had ; the teiichiu-'s of Jav. Hamilton, N nshir-g
1! . . ...1.. .. ..... f .HI 1 ill 111 ' Inn 1 .1 tlt .1 II I 111 I Infill I 1. 1 II II IV 11 II. 1 I 1 II I
-l . I 1 1 1 . if tf iir.ti.Hj.il tn .1.1 II. i- full ( 1j 111. WIU'II Mir r i ln, .i i mniii. '"i - - J
I' I,, T ,' of heiind nianit the table v.ih bared heads 9Ild xyrlyler, and. accep.in only I he, J
" , ent is thai of a compact bodv of Velc and a tall, gaunt man raise his hand and mas of Mr. C. houn as uXillibl". su. ren le
1 . . ... . J. ... ,....i'.. ii..,;,,,, .,1. 1 m Limn 11 s foivier our uu 1011a laws and our national
ran troops. Their inu-K and strong jrray .ihvoko uun u....0 - - ........... ..
unilorms seem lo be very serviceable. TheyH,reud before tin in, the poor woman existence..
fit the men well, and are ol Hint peculiar iroko ( own v. .... .. .. o "';"'- TlI o....... ,R, TI... ij0AP8IDB.Tlie
hade that will render it very hard for. he ing. bl.ul.nu no 1,1 ,ruK" ' , I ,.. who i.,.w sit down to menlv deplore
tt-nif nnd in n lew inou eniK nau .... . ,, , . '
wait, ami 111 a i 1 ,., lrol,llS ft,,d uive escape to
t,l,o n, ,,,''. I their feelings in sniveling coudemuntion of
ll.eir caiiieeiiii ui ... .-v . . .
conlaimd and filled Hu m w.tli cotlee.
H. r n.-toiiishmcnt increased when Ihey in
sisted on paying her. ' Their asking n
blessing took mc by surprise, nnd v. Ion 1
saw this I h-lt that our country was safe
will, such men to light for it."
was straggling along with very little regard
to nr.Lp Iliiiroinrr nn 10 I. IS men, mi'
.v.. ...... J. -- .
cantain slinntcil- "Close 110. ooys, fl
van! r'njo nr.t Tf tin. pnemv were to fire
On Tnn wltvn vnn'ri. efpiif.rliiii? alonz that
y. thev couldn't hit n d d one of you
Close up!" And the boys closed up im
1ST The Enzlish bankers are alarmed
at the larire hiiti-h tedncssof their country
to the United States. Tho amount of
specie remitted ns since the 25tl. of 'o
Temher last, has reached the eoormons snm
of twenty-hine millions of dollars. The
fl"Vy Xewt admits that America " holds
the strings of the specie movement in its
Mr. Mmwy Ik lit br .
An cluborute nrliile, by J. Lolhrop
Motley, the einimnt historian, on the
" Cau'es of tho Anur'can Civil War," up-
Kur in the Loudon Times of tho 23d uud
21th May. It argues that the whole re-
pomibility of the war am! tho deepest po
litical guilt attach to the South, nud thai
President Lincoln was bound to oppoe
the present scicmiou movement. lie was
bound by oath to defend the Common-
wealih and tho Constitution, beivs.ion
meant revolution, and must be tle.lt with
as such. We givo but a s.ngw passage
from Mr. Motley's ublo essay:
" It is strango that Enulinhmen should
find difficulty lit uudentauding that tho
United States Goveruine.it is a tuition
among (lie nations of Ilia earth j u consti
tuted HUtltority which may be overthrown
by violence, us may be the fnlo of any
Stute, hi thi r kingdom or republic, but
which is false to the people if it does not ils
best to preserve then, from I he horrors of
anarchy, even at the cost of blood. The
' United Slutes' happens to bo a plural ti
tle, but the Commonwealth thus designat
ed is unit, ' i.' I'luribut Uiium? The
Union nlonc is known ued rH-oniz-d in
(he family of luilions, V- Union ulone
hold the purse and the sworJ, regulate
foreign intercourse, makes wur nnd con
cludes peace. Tlie armies, the navies, the
niililia belong to the Union nlonc, and the
.-lock, yesterday nfteiuoou, for tins city, ' uo.ng to nun )on,
U r halting for rest for a short time, n.t.' i.ut me i'.n
a reniotu cause of the sectional nniiuosities,
nro ns childish ns the old man whose
thoii'dits had faded back to childhood,
Tr.tonu i lb U llrro.
The World pay the following tribute to
the qualities which chur.ictcr7.e tho veteran
General lu-chiif ofiho United Slates forces;
" From hi youth he has been a soldier,
and a victorious one. He hit seen more
serrco than any man under hi command,
uud was never known lo be disconcerted
by danger. A strict disciplinarian nud
something of n martinet, It was Jealously
said of him, In his younger days, that he
would drill a Imtiulioii under fire. Yet
Gen. Scott Is a chary of men's live ss n
miser I of gold. He never moves, if he
can avoid it, until ho sees not only that he
can accomplUli a good purp-iie, but until he
can accomplish it at the least possible risk
to the men. It is his avowed belief that
un officer who exposes troops to needless
peril it guilty of n degree of mm slaughter.
And he not only Ihu regard himself as
responsible fur the lives of thosu tiinhr his
command, but ho looks after their health
uud comfort. Ho will not accept regiments
miles ho can sec clearly the means to feed,
clothe, and shelter llietn. The consequence
of this prudence on his part (joined, as it is
kunwu to be, with the imnt during spirit
and greut military sagacity,) is that, afler
u little expi rieiiee, men llht nnd'-r him
with the itr.-utcr confidence. Tiny come
to believ-' that il he gives nn order it is not
01.11 uh'.ih will iXjioso them to lieeiiless
risk, or to chance ol d f. at, if in battle
itn v j't-tify his co'ili li'rtiv i i tle-ir bravery.
Through nil tha exe.le.nent of tin' past few
wce!; i at Wns'iiiitoii In- has remained un
disturbed. T I" iiiiiioiiiieeini-nl of the up
proach of t.v.-nty, ih'.-ty, fi:'iy ti.o.isau.l
lie h. r eolivd wit!, imperiuili.ible
II k-iew belter. IIo knew
thut J.'lU-rson liavis eoiii.l no morn innrcu
fl ty thoiisiiuil me:, upon Washington than
fifty thousand witches. He knows exactly
w hat provision is required for the transpor
tation of even .1 thousand men five hundred
miles. He knows when to be alarmed and
wle n to repose in confidence, when lo re
prvss ardor and alien to give it sway. Ho
knows thut it is one of the first duties of 11
militury leader to restrain and to direct
his own enthusiasm ns that of the men mi
ter his command. IIo is prudent; and so
ull other efficacious qualities attend him."
Uui iMri (ttlv Hues, 01 Im, bn-vir nwaui'r)
ut uuartjoa 9 ?
I-'ju-Ii uliM iinl itM.-ni.iu ""
)luiiir.eunlm-yMf CU DO
A lilwml dxlueliuu will bo uud lu lhili
tTJ The mimlMr of io-vriiou kIioiiM l enKNl
11 lii nmifiu ( ni. iU'rt.iiiiii, oilirit Il
mil b I'Ubli.lirJ till foibiJJon, (Uil clirfil
card ( f y .
IV Uliittiary notlcn will b chaigtil tislf tl
kb.it mti f ndv.nitiiiK.
IH" lot I'mnTisu rstvuuj whli nnli. ld
I'oymrnt fur Jut Printing mutt It ti.ttlt
ausing him to sit beside Ihe road 0110 day
weeping over the fact that his lather liad
been whipping him for throwing stones at
his crnndlather. His imbecility which re-
The universal grief of tho loyal turned to him the experience of a day sev-
c. ...... il,,. IT,, nn ' euiv-l vn veiirs uisiuiii, m ii imv.,,-
oiium 1 .. ' .. ... ...!.... !.. .1. r ..
tilete 1111111 inuv which hi iv ic .
strife which must be stood up tn, totters to
the roadsido of the country s history, and
people of the loy
over the grave or Douglas, like the sorrow
mnnif.-sted upon the death of Clay nnd
Webst-r nnd like the munrnlul exlinmion lV!iVi.t over the establishment 01 slavery in
of national woe when Andrew Jackson was J the United States am sa,, ed .0 se , e
1 11' lillllll 1" til iiiiimi iii'.mi
gathered back to the bosom of his Maker,
is a tho.ightful commentary upon me par.j
prejudices and passions that surround and
embitter the active lite 01 an aiih-iiiiu.
statesman in his si niggles with his oppo
of other times. Fuhom Ttlryraph.
The CoNsrin-noNAi. Knurr. Tho N.
V. lt')ri' special Washington dispatch
says that Attorney-General Kates has pre-
God calls our great ones' pnred uu opinion of some length concern-
1 1 ... . .1.. ..r ,1... PnL:l,1niil In cnunnlifl
hence we cease to wrangle otit uh-u .i- ing me. oei 01 .- - - 1
its- nnd, while yielding to the Omniscient tho writ of habcut corpus. Special refer
,i..,'.r..o wo testify our regret ut the loss, I rI,c(i ,eing made to tho Mirunwn case, he
uud our repentnnco for injustice to the de- holds that the functions of the Executive,
Legislative, und judiciary orauciien 01 un
Government nro so distinct uud final that
neither can clash with the other, and that
tho previous judgment of the Supreme
Court against the right or the Executive to
suspend the writ of huhrti corpus, would
not continue a binding precedent. The
nction of the President is fully endorsed in
parted, by clustering nround their grave
aud praising the very virtues wu were ever
too ready to deny them when mey nu-u
among and led the crowds of men.
' Shouldn't Sino." It is nslnnishlns
how the death of Hie great mnn-tlie Gi
ant of America once the hope or the coun
nmiL'lus. should effect even the
hearts of the children of onr country. this document
To illustrate tho reelings ot n eiiuo, .,
Tun Fcri' 11K ok the United States.
The North Urilish Review, for May, thus
closes nu urticte on Aniericnu nffairs:
There surely cannot bo a permanent ret
rogression aud decay in n nation planted in
tho noblest principles ol right and liberty,
nnd combining, in marvclously adjusted
proportions, tho vidimus uud energetic olo
incuts of the world's master races, in tho
midst nf which the tone is given nnd the
inarch is led by that one of them which has
never faltered on its onward conr.se, nnd
which is possessed of such tenacity and ver
satility, that it is everywhere successful.
The present calain ly ami conius on prooa-
bly form the crucible fires in which the
Union is to be " purified, made white, nnd
tried." 111 order that she may li.Uo Hit des
tined ptaee in the van of tho world's pro
gress in Christianity nnd civilization, fulfill
ing in tho resistless march of her dotniimnt
Anglo-Saxon race across thn American
continent one. grand part ol Ihu Divine
schema for the spread of that Gospel which
shall snrvivo nil changes, overthrow ull
evils, and nchievc ils mightiest triumphs in
tho later days of our world s history."
What Soi.Dir.119 will no ion a Prink
in the loiiow.iig, nn
. ..... 1 . .r .1... ... . L- n .11 1 IT IV I'M 1 .1 I IIILtl III
on Tuesday morning, ... .m a u - . , - m of llattl - ,S(,me or
who was in tho yard smg ng he l',,er J ,irrow c,m(,.s for life.
1 e? S " -S-W U t course of the fight, several ol.
' , ,.1.1 nml ivliile Ivinir in bed , Great lleimi gives,
aooui. bia ;. - - ..- I
road along which the cannon
I III- " . li..l..0 1 rn H
,sdead! It 11 lu rd 10 s u j ,
.... 10 mnnriiiiiir imu nr.' . n , -- .
riMII LI T in
Military Verdict. A fellow was ar
rested ut Wheeling, Virginia, the other
duv for selling drugged Iquor to ih .- soi
r.i..t:.in 15,-ni.nm sut in judgment
' .' 1 ... , ,i ctr-rtl mili- r. .,,n in conseouence
on li. 8 case, anu iiioiu'i.iii." " j , -- . . ,
tnry decision: " Make the d-d scoundrel; wi bfi u)0t one-third the number issued,
ttrink n nint or bis own wlii.-ky at neel"j ,.,,-, ;, t0 last six years.
, -.1 .1.- ...,r,,rtioiHtH liouor-S' ller had to
Alio - .
thnt on tho battle-field a man will r sk Ins
nr.. -!ilm.it besitntion for water. Having
""- " ... . . i i. :..
Portage Sta sirs. The American Bank got it, ZTr "TO
... .i.wi.finir run itiiii 111 umi.
Note Company have sncccded in obtaining k fi)1f 011t .. I)()tl't ,llllliy
the contract Tor tho printing of postsgc o( romff llt once!"-I, with some olh
ntimtx for whieli work there were six re- K,0,,ed to allow the next lot to pass.
nn ili'le bidders Some idea of the work ' They mad- a rush, ...id, when nearly across
sponsible bidd.rs. Mine I Jnuon-bnll camo whizzing nlont? and
,o be done ""P"11 tlum dow n
that last year so.uuu.uuu , - " , stonily."
sued by the contractors, exilus.vo ol. " . .
Imj VrfOI. I hi 1 1 1 ivt iv...-v
upwch iii WashiiiKton, i which, Bfieokinflf
r .- Xf mir! 1,r nssiTtrr! that hillC out of
JWl il '
Mamped envelopes wl.iih were prepared "y
other parties. It is the Wlief r the De
mirtment that the falling off of the demand
. . - ... ,,..,n ri inn i...u ...... H.
1 ..,. n i iksoori were iui utu v.".-", jv hi. hp. w
T.et tiik 1mh-t oun 11 K Lisps UK
' Washington.'1" Let the first word he
lisns bo ' Wushin-'ton.' Hang on his
neck on that birthday, and that day of his
death at Mount Vernon, tho Medal ol
Congress, by its dark ribbon; tell him the
storv of tlia flair, ns it pusses glittering
along thu road; bid him listen lo that
plain, old-fashioned, stirring muic of the
Union; lead linn, when school is out. at
evening, to the crave 01 .its great grnnii
father, tlio old soldier of tho war; bid him
like Hannibal, at nine years old, lay tho
little hand on that Constitution, nnd swear
reverently to observe it ; lift him up, and
lift yourself up, to tho height of American
feeling; open lo hint, linn iiiuik ur jour
ai.ir nn tlio relation of America to the
Sinies! show him upon the .n ip tlm nmn
tn which she lias extended herself; the
climates thut come into tho number of her
months: the silver paths of her ln.de wide
ns the world; tell him of her contributions
to Immunity, nml lor protests lor ir-e gov
ernment ; keep with him thn gh'd nnd sol
emn (easts of liernppoinlme.it; bury hel
irreat names in hU In-arl, and into your
r ..-... o.. 1..
hearts: entiletnpl itc nuimuany, loiioij
intilliL'intlv. Ihi L'rand abstraction, th
vnxt ronlil v of irooil; ami sucli nn insliiu
'tlnnnnf do somewhat to transform this
LsurimiMir b"nty into a nationul life, which
' 1 ,. I . I .'I. ..... ... . nnn nr,,l,irA
Detail! of Saltern Wcws.
A fight oi-curred nt Canton Mo., nn tho
3.1 of July, between n captain of the Ileum
Guards und 11 landlord of a hotel the
captain wu shot dead; his roldiers urn sl
id the landlord, but afterwards gave him
up (0 tho public authorities. Jim (Jreeii,
lute U. S. Senator, attempted to release
Ihe landlord, but fearing he .night get him
self into trouble, took to his heels, l-.'x-Gov.
Wood, or III , went up rrom Quinry
nnd restored quiet hi the town. With n
forco of 20 men ho scoured the county for
Green, und found him hid in tho woods, 1.1
inilis Iron. Canton. Green wan nrnslid
und put under a guard of soldiers, lie Is
a greut rascul.
The Stale Convention of Missouri is
cnlhd to meet on the 22.1 Ju'y.
Washington-, July 6. The European
despatches, it is understood, Miow an im
proved disposition on tho part of England.
From Franco the Jlfoailftr nrticlu which
affords so much Joy to seeoionists, Ims
been explained away lo the satisfaction of
Secretary Seward. The most lunrty and
sincere expressions of the sympathy with
the United States in the present contest is
furnished to tho Government. No priva
teers will be permitted to enter any foreign
ports. From foreign purls there is rejoic
ing, in official quarters, that secession is
dead and buried in Europe.
The Star has n disaiteh from Grafton,
Va , saying thut Gen. Morris had uttneked
nud routed i division of Wise's army at
Ibicluinnn, killing and wounding many of
the enemy, nnd luking 100 prisoners.
Mr. Carlysle. in llm House, received a
dispatch from Gov. I'ierponl, of Virginia,
lodav, announcing that Ihe two Ohio regi
ments had surprised a nest of rebels nt
liuehnnan, Va., capturing 400 and killing
0, nnd scums 200 l.orsis.
FiiimiKss MosrtoK, July Mil. Co.. lia
r's regiment arrived here from Uallimore
this morning, nnd Imve camped on this
.lu of Hamilton Cretk. Col. HuKcr, it
was supposed, would bo Hindu Dnaadier-
General. Diiryea was yesieroiij-proninieu
to ihe rank ol llrigudier-General, to com
mand ut Hamilton. Ui-igadier-Gei.er.il
ierce commands the Mafsncl.nsclts regi-
mill's in Hampton.
lliii-rnl Orders Ao. 40 constitutes Illi
nois, Missouri, and the Territories west i.r
thu Missouri river nnd on lids side of tho
torkv Mountains, Including Mw Mexico,
8..o.iriiti military deinrlinent, llinler tho
command of Maj.-General Fremont, U. S.
, with linudqiiarler-i nt ht. l.onis.
WiiKKi.ixo, July 9th. Carlisle was
unanimously elected L. S. Senator lor thu
long term, in place or Hunter; nnd Whit
man, of Montgomery, for the short term,
instead of Mn.-.on.
The friends of Gen. Leo report thai no
has rcsiirm-d. nnd will le lounil on ma
side ol ll.e Union in Virginia. A severe
quarrel is reported between Lro, Jjett-nrr
uud Wise. Mngruder, Pryor nnd Jeff Da
le u-.-i-.. railed in to settle tho mutter, una
laid Lee on llio hi). If, which enraged Liileh-
Lee is now si.nl lo tie in Western
ViHuiu raising forces to sustain too L li
The Gov. or Kansas Ins nppou.ieil 1-.
'. Stanton to fill the place in U. S Senate,
acated by Lane's uccepting ihe Brigndiir-
Lovejov introduced a resolution, that
in thu judgment of Ihe House, it is no
part of the duty ol soldiers to unpin.
und return fugitive slaves. Fussed, 02
ugninst &8, nfler discussion.
On tliu i'.lh July u desperate fight oc
curred nt lJucliiinaii Va., between n scout
ing party or f0 men under Ci.pt. Samson,
of the 3d Ohio Uegimu.it, and the Rebel
forces, 3d0 in .lumber. 1 he Uhio troops
were suddenly Mirpriseil una Furrouiunu,
w hen they commi need a desperate attack
on thn ltebels uud fought their way out
with tlm loss of only one man killed mid
three wounded. They killed 20 Rebels.
Vullundiihnm or Ohio went into mo
.imp of the Oiiio Regiment ut Alexandria
. A.I f ... t... ..I.J...l-.lt!fll.t
oil till! lull oury, io iiiuno ""
when the indignant soldiers kicked him out.
Ho is in great disfavor with tho Uhio noys.
TI.m Koiii tli of July win observed gen
erally throughout tlio Northern and West
Forney delivered n eulogy on Uougl.is
in Washington on the evening ol July 4in.
T'urri is as much iron ore in the Lake
S iprior district, alon, es conld snpply
the whole world with iron fir centuries.
This ore extends over a Urge tract of
emntry, and sometimes rises into hilts sev
eral hundred feet high. It contain from
' to ?1 per cent, of pure metal of excel
ha q-nl ty.
drink, greatly to his disgust and discomfort.
He will probably survive, but there is no
probability that he will want to drug any
more liqnor for the troops.
The Umos Gi ji Compi ftb The mon-
I.ci?islature for months attempted to carry
In r out, but loyal men being suf taitu d, had
mvfn. und would continue to give, o pood
occonnt of themselves so
hile sun nud
EartTnorAKf . On Wednesday aHer-
ttrwtn .Til lv 3.1 nt ten minutes past four
noma ie in Q. )f ,.i. . .,.aVT ork 0f nn eartliquak
here tlie loyalists ppcedily followed liy two others, was n
c,.nr..nN'8 1'BAYEn. A guiil'man in-
A,.. rJ Iii Cn..tlts.rn Rtrttt
forms the London correspo,... S"'Jr , ".i a ..... I., .-..'i. thi.'eitv. The first one 1-ro.luced
Vow York Timr, that ho heard a prayer ( m ,,iea .e . - .... - , .r(.pp,iljlt. n ow 'the c.rv. nnd
Pnnnrcon. in Ins ennrcn in for t!, war till mere w.. . .. - . . . f hr,,.k
the 2d, in hostility to the Government, and against; ..... T)m r,,,!e tremor perceptible
by R'-v. Mr. Sinrgeon,
,.. r- i vr 1 n,. ViinflilV L-tL'IIIU.f
der " Union-' pun, recently cast at tne r -jnu"' , ' Uw0tt the cause 'emy compromiso-whieh sentiment was . ,h movin? f,irn;irP p fixtures, etc..
Works. PUha liW who com. produced bthe fi.t shock was ,.,,
- rf I TiP . IJ1 III. -- -
and is now being n moved to
.ill tl-row shell between six and seven moved to
Monroe, and will ne pui m,)St beaiitdul aim pou..u.r..... . r"-v"
.1 .r.l nrrons twrsOnS Old
murium?, i." . c ft1
not Tfmtir from it fur many hours. A. r
his lire. Ihewnoiea.m Tl, f.0ri.mP1,t Us decided to detail' Journal. -
tears, and even sooocu uio.m -.ntureil in Texas nnd disctiarneo. -
.t.,- ... ue.meeu in i ... -... i . . . , ... ..... . r..-,.1
w.u iii.u- - , . . r . , . .,...Lor' anneals to uu'i .,, , t ie relit s. loriiini m i"."i
:i..- 1 1 ic nernnrn inc i i io "i""- , . . , . . .
imn .rtillerv ever manufactured, and the; . .,; mankind in
i. .r .il ..rimpiiii whii-u it is pro-, ... that in w
pulton..! with it will be Wlor.
Fbkedom i.v tiik Sol-til Russell, the
correspondent or tlio London Tunes, lu one
of his letters rrom New Orleiins says:
" As to nnv liberty or opinion, or real
freedom here, tho boldest Southerner would
not dare to say u shadow ol cither exists.
It may bo as bnd in llw North for ull I
know, but it must bo remembi red that in
ull my communications I speak of things ns
they appear to um to bo in the plnce where
. ... .I. :... r.-..n mMil i.rtii.l nnil
1 HI.. Ill inc iiiia. a.io uu. i..
atrocious acts ure perpetrated by the rah-
lilo who stylo ineiuscives ciunn. "
iiutiomil feeling of curiosity nnd prying into
other people's affairs is now rampant, nnd
ftwain.es tho names nnd uir or patriotic
vigilance. Every strangir is w niched,
every word is noted, espionage ci ininaiids
every key hole and every letter box; lovo
of country lakes to eavesdropping, nnd
freedom hIiuvcs men's beads, and packs nieu
up in boxes, fur the utterance of 'Aboli
Tbce. Tho Chicago Journal in an eu
logy upon Stephen A. Douglus, says:
" Ingenious, clear and adroit in reason
ing, powerful in oratory, earnest end de
termined in purpose, undaunted Ly obsta
cles, mid only inspired to intense and irre.
prcssible energy, by opposition, his power
over men wa unsurpassed, In igbVmed as it
was by an urmffi-cud generosity, and na-tive-freehcartcdness,
which attracted the
warm personal estiem ami friendship of all
who felt their inflncorrs."
Col. F. W. Lander, who was Potter's
hi bowie-kmlB duel wherein I ry
It U nerlmns the heaviest piece u. , tne ckXI'iei.l preiiL.ic. . - .... . - - . ,
..... ,. ... r , . , - , f n ho V SOU SO tr,.rner nti'i I.aramic. a raiuuu....... , . . ...... i -...;. , mnro ,a:b tieca-i-e tn"
.... w. , j , , i.riiii noun, nan out-riu .a ki '- , v . .. .,
LiCb I rlHnd trV; c'eTis ! Gen7 McC.eand. nnd ha, been accepted ! trout-, of rUm, ., v
Bald-headed men take' joko the
more easily, becan-e th-y ore not at the
ronu ineir oa.r.