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W. iiltKKIt, Physician and Surgoon, officii, city itituu htoiii:, larli.fiiirlllr, Orwoti, rus. u. rmonK, m. i t. . iihiviwv, m. i. t IIKOOKS K THOMPSON, PHYSICIANS.SURGEON? accouciiehs, TAolKiaoiivlXlo, Oroion. NiircinU-rJfd. W.I. OK A NO K JACOBS, ATTOHNEY AT UW, luikaiuitlllr, Kifjiin. "TII;I. attend In business In tin (.'nrtii nl tliu Kir-t .lii.lklul IHli!rt.aii.llntlie Hmjih iiii Cmirl. Del. '.'Hill JtMM . rri.i: unw mji.uuiv. 1-vi.i: fc .M.uxoitv, ATT)ltN3:'.YS AT LAW, HuMliurii. DiiiikIk. I'uihiI)', Ouu., "1II.I. allrml In nny lui'tncM cotifIi1.il In lliini, In lie ru ml I'mirU of lite l'iml Judicial lli'tllvt of Uivynn, uinl In Hie 8ti iirrnu' ('i.iirl. OilcUr '.'liill WAR SCRIrWAR SCRIP". B. F. DOWELL, ATTOHNEY AT LAW, Will ttrjrllri In all Hi Court' of tlir Tlilrd Jiiill.'l.il llMrltt, lli Siiiri'tuu Cum I ofOic- Ifnii.niiil in iri'Ka, iiii. Ili-luMiti uui'iit nl Wu.lilnclnn. and rnil tu lll Hulclly and Hm All-uillc llil. SniniiuT mid I'ull.Judaiiy Ihi.Iih'm will riti-hr h Mltl-ltt I..I1. ii'rw.ni;i c. i. spitACJUi:, , ATTOHNEY' AT LAW, Kkiiuvviu.k, Jihliiiim: Cih'.ntv, Oiin., Will ini!ictu.illy allciid In InuIiiOM-iitrmlrd In .l eltv. April IX li-itl.KJtr W. G. rVAULT, ATTOHNEY AT LAW, "7"'l' attend to, lni.lnix In llm K'virul CiMirl In llm I'lul Jinllcl.il Dl.likl f OrfKn. and la lliu Siintiiio Court. Olllcu on ralifufiiln SU niosite "Srnliiirl" (Ifflrr, JaIKi'O.WII.I.K, Olll.UO. May ttlh. 'O. 1!rfm HA.urr.i. 1:. itiAV, NOTARY XXTX3XjXO, OFFICE IN "SENTINEL" BUILOINO, JnrkMiitlllr, Orm "PE t'etTh 311 T T , PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST Jurbaoiit lllr, llrHi'. I liriiiand lu luko Plclun' in ever Mylenr lie Art, Hli ail Hm UtwHinmovcmeuU. If IK-xXVW KIT jnL3B3 do Dot Blvotatiractlon.nocliarKeiiulll liomadc Call nl I-link'. Clk'ar Mure, oral luuuuni'iy on tin- mil, nnd mh M riciiirc. 1111 fltay of " Ntxe Slnlt Moon," 011 Third SI. OIlAVJ'n, llnlr-cutttiiGT, Suauipoolns Cur Q llugand .air Dyvlni;. Alfi, a' Reuuluo arllclo ot FUU'a Hun IIkh riuiiTnH.iii.il trialjri.oru'i firetlwr lluir Jhjt for .&: AtvWV'll".Jau.W...ii'l SEWALt TRUAX, SURVEYORS CVIL ENGINEER, WWICE, AT THIS COp.TV 1'1LUIMIH, JcliMiiilltr, PrfBon. A., biiMucw nertalntiiK Iq (.and or Iaud l.w promptly attcudi'd tp. ' '.icUoaillle.May Ulli, IfcCl. IJIf Ticking Hopi. UiillielillUiiroldOt'eKo, lly licr brlijlilly KleainliiR lake, Whi'tx' the -iiuiid or horn nnd hunter Hylvnn eclioolmc lo wake, Whire the leae of twining vculuro Clatnljcr lo Hit? mpllntf". lopt, I tat U'lde tweet Mtunlu Wilder, In (ho (rent Held picking liopi. Then lliociii'lvra rkcii and golden Illudlng In her ninny hair, llulmrrnld yet my carncM, 1 InnklnK In her fuel' i fair Speaking low, whtleSnulro Von Lager Talked or i:it mid coming crop, Said I, ".Mtuiilc, iliotitd a roMUr Sdiy at home here picking Imp ! " While the country, lorn n-nnder, Cull- for men like me to light, And the oiee ofpttrlota pleading Atkn for linmla to guard the right While from heart or heroes "I itighleiul Hllll Hie lire.l.loo.1 iloly dropt, Can I fhntl I hluy livide you, Minnie, darling, picking honi" Very pile Hip cheek w.i growing, And the h.ind I held una cold llul the rie wai hrlght and glowing. Whlhi my I mulled thought na lold Vol her olec aa clear and .lend Without ilgh', or learji, or tnp, JN'heu ilie nawrriil iM'nktng ipilckly, " 'CIs women'. oik, Ihla pit king lmp. " Men hoiihl ho where duly cnlli lliiin, Women lnyul linmcnnd pray 1'or llm gill.ilit nlHelit Mihller. Proud lo know he would not lay.'' " llrntidy ipoken, ihrllug Mluuli'l'' Then I klmeil her goldin locka, ilrcalhid anew n rohtlir'n pronit'C, Aa we Ml there picking hop. Now I go awny linnnrrow, And I'll duo to do or die, Win a lender'. 1 1 u nnd word, love, Or 'mid fullin hemea lie. Then when nil oft-mlli la fading. And Hie Itiitletlug IKe-puliu ilop, Kllll 'mid llniiiglil of home mid heal en, I'll rrmi'mlif'r picking hopa. BHaiB.aHH.iHarvuaaiaMwaiaMB Winter TravcllngA Trip from Snlmon River, n Narrated by x. 3. Jeniioi. Thr follow lug ikrlch la fiomthepca of tin' late I. li. Jnjgcr.) Ixfi Floru.ce l.'lly, Hee. 'Jilili, 18C1 j ur rlvnlut K'ulc Cievk, lee. IMit-ili-liinru '.'.'. mile. I-1I1I liy iLm'tliya. Wcrelhirojolmil ly )r. Cay. I -ft Slute Cruk, ll.c. '.Mth; .mm' Iwu liielua ilai j iruliul L'auiu.u. Prai rie nnd urrivul nl ll.e lent, nl llio foika id the trail, ut mtilnlglit ilUlmice do mllex ; alartnl on the nionilii'.' of the 'JClli, uiii! got tu Cra(nV aw mill Hie following iitghlliatunec '.'(linilo.: llaiieclii I'w!Ioii. iliilunco 'ill mllcii; miiiw ilx Incl.ca ilup; ttopKil ut l.'nltini two djya; wore ll,ue JMnul liy Clua. Wllnou mid It'cli.inl lloltoii.frniii ft'.i'inoii j while time, u rohliciy, mid pofiiMy n umriKr ncourrol, 11 follow 1 'I'lmv (leini.inii (n.iiaei fotgolliii) had crectnl 11 rhukc Imiic wlili c.invn iloor and window a One of the Herman, iinliimw In the oilier, hud In tit po.Jtutoii ubout S.'Ull In coin. U11 the night li.iim.il, two men eiuin in 111.i1I.ul, wlili n candle lit, nvolvira coeUil. nnd demanded tl.elr money. O110 of I lie mm JuiiijHil out nl the I111I, when one of the rob ber coiiiinuuTtl nhiMitli'g, uud ahot the Mcr muii llirec lime once In the head, mice lu the alom.ieh mid (uioo In the hip. In the Iikmu time one of the nllur tleriiuni, feting tlut no ipiurlem litre In be given, clinched cue of the robber, nnd threw hint down, w lirrcnxm the olhcr rublnr fliot ut him, but iu the Kiillle flint hit uecoiiiplh-o through uiUtuke. The third li'iriiMii, a lilllo l.illor, Iroin Walla Walla, (llio 0110 wlili llio money.) crawled out nnd run uwuy, leaving Ida money In llio bed, which the robber took and left. 'J'lio ne.t morning llio robber, were trucked by bloo in the luhk of Cliniwnler uud fronj theticu nil Irmv of ll.e in were hut. The clllzeini ol lcnUtin I'ffVreil 11 reward of S-'UO for llio ap. prelieiiiKu of the rubberi). ')' continue amr Journey, we left tawlf Ion 0:1 the mnriilng of the 'l'M, in company with I. )?. .lugger, who brought llicc.prei to Walla Wallu, Found the ftiry boat 011 .Suako river gone caimtl by mine drunken Indiana trying lo go uerofj In the night. They not Knowing how tu uuiugu ll.e boul, It broke uwuy, and drifted down Ilia river, leaving un to swim our lmrc, which wna done without nil nccldcut. We did not urrrive nt Turner' llll 10 i m, iliitunce 'i' mill. Huow on the divide one foot 'in depth. Left on I lie following morning In a big ("now tloi in, uud arrived at Slubu' 011 thcTouchcl.nl 8 r.., .tilltndnliijr. Started the following nornlng tnnw one foot deep. Arrived at Wulla Wulla, Dec. Hist at ft v. it. BiHiit New Year' inilclgli riding, and loaf. lug ubout the livdy town. In tliu evening all haiuli went to ll.u theater In tea Mhu Sue ltobiuton uud llio ltobln.on family In general, peiform llio play of " Pcrfecliou." After wall lug for (he slugc, which wna lie hind time, owing t) Miller' portion of the lino being not up to lime, wo managed to get away on llluckniore'i Plage, on Saturday morning, Jun, 4lli 18U2. We wiul on our wuy rejoicing. for we ull wanted to gvt'tlown to the laud of big red apple some pretended to wiy to wet our web. 0 were hero joined by J01111 Jamc, Tuicy & Co.' nftw nieiuenger, W. A. Moody, Mr. Nilcg and K. Wellington. Arrived utthc Unullllu lloue,ut C o'clock distanea 40 mile ; fcnow fifteen Inche deep. teft o) lljo following morning and arrived ut Well Springs, at ft o'clock. Kxi-cctcd to find at this station Miller 'a stage, which ahould,' uccprdtng lo tclndulc, bare beep tbvro nearly n wcili prcvlouj, uud found that the pmnii gera who had been brought down on the pre vious trip of the ttagc had to walk to the next Mutton, nnd were Ihcro wulllng Mill fur Miller. Two of the pusicngcrs In the lraiilt froze their feel, nnd nutliouM not be aurpriteil ir they mnde Miller amart for II. Tor the bene lit of the traveling public, wo will give n ilc.'crlpllim ol Well Spring ilnllnu, where puiscng'era nro expected lo atop for n night. It is n building ay 20 by .1(1 feed, wltout a floor, pave Hie mother earth. Iu the building wc found two Move", without pipe connected to llicin. Ilerewc only wero uble to get n eup nf rolUr. one ol the pirlyhid ubout 11 pound of cracker', whlth lie diviihd among nine men, who luul nothing local since d.iy light In the morning. There was but an arm fill or wood to be had about the rcinlc, which wc bought, paying two dollar for it. Alter It was burned up. agreeable lo Muck nmro'k ouk-r, " if Miller I nut nl Welti Hpring', go ,pn till yuu meet Llm," wc left Weill Spring nt 'i o'clock, . It win ao daik wc were ttuaUe tu t.'erp tlic road wltlmut 'nine one going ahead with 11 lantern to pilot the wny. ll wai 13 miles to Willow Creek Mnttoli, ao wc took turn until the Utile Imwx of Mllhr'a were unablo to haul in. All fooled ll, helping the Mage up the hilly, which by the way, urc not a few. Wc urriud ut Willow Creik nt daylight, nnd wc found i.wk tigers of previous trip down, (lutntlptop breakfast. Ult nt eight o'clock, v. u , nud arriveil ut .lnhii Day' river at 1! irk din lance, '.'A miles, hungry uud tired. Here we found 11 house; wint lu, Impitreil fur fial for nur'clrca nnd fodder for the horse. We were told that wc could have nothing, us they had no prnvlilou And nn Irishman, whom wc supposed was the hitidloril, by the ntr he put on, said wo hud better camp down the river, lu a lot of willow as he could not entertain 111. Wc loM htm wc wire cold, had m axe, and wcru going to itnp right wheic arc wire! unJ moic, if there was anything to cat lu the house we wanted It. would pay will for everything, Ac. Wlnre- upon lis brought out Hucc biscuit for nine hungry men. Wc said wc would tnkc nu In ventory ol the kitchen, where wc found corn mini, bacon, Inuua, llipior, Ac., which we helped durcclvcs lo, and soma went tu work culling wood, others eooklng.und in thecounc of un hour had supper for ull. Next morning wecMCtcd to starlnt daylight, but to our dis appointment, Mr..Scnlt, the owner of the ferry, gnrc word In hi man not lu cross the bn.it, on siccouiit of drift ice, which lu reality, ue'd not have MnpK.il the f.-rry bout, na on the ar rival of Miller' Mugo, two day ufler, ll.e bu.it waa ern-wd, tho lee even worse than when we arrived. A a tin re was mi food lor tliu hnrsi. wo rcliicliiutlf hi the stage n tm n. Weeou'd not hilp tlmiikhy the driver .lohu .Sliphen', for hi willliigiiess to put m ll. rough lo the Dalh, ullhoilgh ho had driviu night tlnl day. Alterwnltliigtwuilay, we wiieM'ttlnu-uround a poor fire, when onu niila-d In nnd said Mil ler' stage was coming down the hill, on the nllur aide of the rivir. Wc ull gave three cheers. Saw it drive on tliu limit, and soon wai nu this side, when to our ili'iipiKiiutmeut wo were told I lint they wcru bound for Wullu Wulla, with puinngei bound iliiough. Jniiies, True A Co.' nu--enei r, sent eight miliHiiplhu rivir lor four liorM. we having got u wngoti nlreudy bor rowed, to.tiiku tho exprcsii luauru and paa. ringer, which forlnuulely euiiic, uud tho day following we eipecleil to get away early, but a snow storm came up In tho ciciilng previous nltir which n big wind drifted the road so full of snow that we were unublo to go a hundred yurib. Ho b.iikugulii wciUrtcd fur the home which h id kept us fur four il.iy already. To return lit t lo In our .lory, the next d i aflir our arrival wo found the ulry IrUlunan win not llio rial landlord, but an old man, who love w hliki-y-uud hate snakes, was the man, and u iro- old fellow ho waa, but wu wcru In many, nud hu naturally weakened when ho saw us cull n meeting nud lake things Into our hands. We found provision not in boiiutllul in tho house 11 so many men would require, provided we should have to remain here nny length of time, so 'to took u look iu tho bam, and found lot of provisions ofiliUVr- cut kinds, tho properly of V. Jacob;, of Wulla Wulla, whlili wu wero right glad to llud, uud when tho landlord raid wo must not tako uue of them, with one uccord ull f.iid " they knew .Incobs,' and on that ground look whut thry wanted, keeping a strict uccount of tho same, wherein wu might pay for what no used. Owing to the probability of our remaining weeks, perhaps, at this place, uud as there win a dispoiitiou on the part of sonio to grumble when work waa to bo done, ull wero called lo order. On motion, I. K. dagger was elected President, and John Jumci, .Secretary. On motion, tho following occupation were writ ten on strip of paper and placed in a hut, and each drawing his position a follow : W. A, Moody, Kngeua Oily, commissary j Dr. Jas. (Jay, Mugeno City, woodman No. 1 j T.J. Jell'rles, llcthel, Polk county, woodman No '.' It. llolton, Bailor Diggings, California, cook No. 1 ; V. M. Allpiu, Umatilla, Oregon, cook No. '2 John James, Wullu Walla, duhwuslier No. 1 ; C. Wilson, dUhwukhcr No. L' j II. Wellington, California, natcr-tcudcr j I. K. Jaggiv, steward, stoker and slush lamp man. All agreed to fill their station, and so it was proved by demonstration. Finding no way lo get to tho Den Chutes, on Sunday morning, 12lli instant, Messrs. Moody, Uay, Allpiu uud liavts atarteu on loot turougii tlio snow, wherein a teum might be sent lo us to lake the exjr treasure, and our luggage, Tho War and tho NcjrrocS'vPmldcnt Lincoln's Position. A Washington correspondent of the New York llcrnld tti)i the following statement of the President' opinion may bo ncceplcd ns (rue beyond the possibility of contradiction : 'I lie Piwidetil Is resolutely determined to velo nny scheme whalcver, Involving the em ancipation of negroes, In such n manner thai they nro turned loose upon t lie Southern States on un equality with the while occupiers of the soil, lie, on Saturday evening httend the following v.'ordi 1 " Kuianelpallon would bo eipilinleul lo a Julm Drown raid, on n giguu lie scale, Our position Is surrounded with 11 ufflclciil liunilicr ol danger already, Aboli tion would throw ngalnst ut, Iricvocably, thu four States, of Mlainutl, Kiutueky, Virginia nud Maryland, which It is coMlng tho nation such tll'iirl In regain, Wu have our hands full ut It l, nnd if there la to be nny such sui cidal legislation, wc might ns well cut loose nt once, nud begin taking up the arteries to pre viut our bleeding to death," My Informant h.ia given 1110 Iheso words that fell H out the President' lip', ns nenrly ut he could remem Iter them, and thinks Ihey nro exactly what he suld. Ho spoke, forcibly and energetically, deprecating 11 worse than useless, from what. evir point of view it might be regarded, the fanatical distuibuncc which tho lilliuj of Con gress arc I'tidcavorliig lo create. The mnM farslghtcd statesmen of the Cabi net, the Senate nnd the Houso urc orsua!cil that the armies of the lovnl Slates nrc no more likely to return to their frozen boons, after e.T pvrlcucing the dellghta of the charming climate of llio fruitful nnd sutiny South, than the (lollij nud Vuiid.ils of ecnlurics brgonc were to wltlidraw from the Italian parndle thry had occupied, into the wilderness from whence their hard poured forth tu overran the world. The government of the United Slate will never bo strong enough lu Induce tins, six huiidrrd tlioiM.in.l Iroopi. about ruterlnf tliu rebel .Slates, to nbaudoii the region llicir anus shall have conqiiered. Thcri'foro imauelpallug ne groes would not bo turning Hum loose ngalnst Hie present rebil population of the .South ; but ngalnst the Northern Invaders of tho Southern soil that are lu In) It Inline occupiers, who will never iiuiK'iit to reside north (if the IV tonne ngatti, nud who will permit' no competi tion, by nn inferior race, ttlili tl.uir future labors. I According to the best! Information that 1 101-17111111 nt can obtain, the vast majority of the nPii-ahmlioMi rs of the South nrc either already loyal or disposed In riturn to tlulr nlhglaucc lu the United States. ltutVI ilonnigo-iua hud ptrsuudiil tliriiilh.it the Intention of the north, If suceessfiil, wut to lilivrutc the slave, whom ikey flmiiTv cm crate, beeauso tl.eyure their ituiiatiirni rivalt; Ireateil belter than they nie theuuilvrs; uud living on tlic fat of llio laud, ut their i.xiK-iise. " PuoriAWilte trash," Is 11 common r.Npresslnii ninougnw wellcarcd fur black laborers of plaulalloin.-vrilli rrferemv to I llul non-slaviholdir who vainly strive In il.u t nt t the (M1i1co which, for them, is made cui'pirativily cnmfiit table, lt.illie; than wliueritho emancipation nl four millions of b'.iek b.ub.iriaiK, who arc their natural cue inlci, and whom they hate cipially with their owners, the iiou-lavihnMci' would 11 lit to the denlh ; but, as llu'y have begun tu Incoine aware that ucllher our nriiiles, nor the Admin titration, have any Intention to ruUs Ihini In the dignity of etpiuls with Hie while, they nro beginning to i-ce the folly uud unlet suets of Hie wur. This I pioved by ihupructlcal suppres sion of the right of sultrugc by the rebel (Jov. ernmeiit. Jiirason Davis and his associates tremble ut the thought of tubmltllug their fuluredcMiuic lu 11 popular vole. Tiny know belter Hun other thai the mild nnd judicious policy (f PirsliUut Lincoln has nearly de stroyed Ihclr own prestige, uud that the pub lic heart lu the South je.irn for peace. Our armies who will occupy the South uud remain there, sir.it the iiou-l.ivliolilvis uf the Southern States, nro natural ullie. Tlia common end both will, hirvullcr, have In view, will be the uufelteieil po.-chm of tho loll by white men, and tho emancipation of tho latter fiom the cruelly of negro inllueuce. This liillueuce, bad us it may bo while tho black nre Males, would bo tenfold worse II they wcru lav, and there for emancipation and 11 reunion ol the State urc wholly incompatible. In view of theso cticumilauees, I 'resident Lincoln lavoi lliu plan of culoni.alloii. lie- lievlng iu tlio theory of a natural limes of race for a particular .one ; thoroughly aware that tho majority of tho inhabitants of the border States, from thu earliest days of the career of Henry Clay, up to tho present hour, have been in favor of the total occupation of the soil of llrcit: Sjalci by whites, mid tho removal of blacks; naJUclpIc of the school of Jitlersou uinl Madison, which detnd to mako of Central America a riglon which Inhabited by uigroc, would supply the whole world with cotton uud sugar the India of the United Statin ; and convinced that the country is abundantly ublo to pay the value of tho slaves colon l.cd out of the confiscated properly of pertinacious rebels, Mr. I.lucolu has presented thu colonisation scliemo favora bly in hi message, and It will be sustulucd by him to tho fullest extent of his power. Tiik Cap of Liberty on tho half dollar, means this: After the death of Julius tVsar, the conspirators marched out with a cap as lhu ensign of liberty, carried on 0 spear tho cop without the head Indicated tho tyraut had lost hi power. For thai (act and for this reason it Las tver since beet) un emblem of liberty. Representative Men. The American Uuplc may congralnlalo themselves upon nu Administration coinpoul of the rcpuwnlntlva men of tho country. Sprung from 11 hnrdy stock of backwoods yco- iiuitiry neither rtili nor poor the Pustdout himself is, in tho strictest sense, one of the common people. Amongst this class hit whole life has been spent ; they nro master of hi sympathies ; their wcllfarc It the object of his highest ambition; to litui tlic nrlitouullo ele ments of society appeal in vain for favor or exclusive privileges, The political and social ihcoric of Mr. Lincoln uud lliu haughty school of thu Hammonds, lthilts, and Pickens, nrc ns widely sepuruteil nt tho poles. Willi the latter, Democracy It an Idea by which the few arc tu govern nnd oppress the many j with Hie I'ri.lilelll nud Ids class, lliu word has lust tinnoor Its prlmatlvo significance the people are regarded us the matters of the nrlilocints, and Ihilr wcllfarc, education and ndrniici) lu whatever cnobles man, arc the first ohjicltnf (Invernment. In these views the President Is iiitluliieil by hit entire Cubinct, which Is nbn composiO, vvllhonl exception, wo believe, or men who sprung from the " mudsills" of iu ..tn! ...nl ..lit, nf (..IMrii. ftrtlr mil.,. U'tll, Tt-tatl V,, J, ,,., nil., v. W....V, ...h. ... ..a..- ,-.v labor. Soiucthtng over half n century ngo, n youth of ndrcnturoua, self reliant nature, stepped ndiori) nt llarrlsburg. Perntyrun1a, from n lumber raft which had Itoatcdhini south on Hie Siixpieliannv from New York State, lie wat destitute of trunk or baggage, ond n lew shillings lu money wns nil that lined his pock ets. Mo had 110110 of thine advantages which education Imparts to the youthful ndvenlurer. lie had nothing but Indomitable will, and the enterprise wills which fieo tnititullona Invests human Ulort, Heuppliol for cuiplnymcnt In 11 printing ofllee, nnd obtained it. From the lowly position of roller-liny and piper carrier, he worked himself up by regular gradations to thu editorial room nnd proprietor' purse, Ho soon excelled In the highest sphere ul his biiiiucct, and wary politicians were nutou to cumuli with our whilom printer boy nn the gravis! nflalri of parties. From tho c.litorl.il room ho entered 11 bank nt lis leading finan cier. Ill thorough buiincii education ob. t lined lu I lie practical school of experience, soon made him a lending lluut.clal manager for many banking instltiilhiui. Ills skill tu 11 crisis saved all these from ruin, un I nl mice Hie printer liny was nt tho head of tho fiuum cicr of the state nl Pinusylrnuta. Ho be came rich " beyond tlia nlldesl ilmimi of mn rtiv," utmost whliout nn elFrt. lie enrielied Ids frtendt na will. That ho was always Mildly scrupulous I not In have been cclnl of one billlcd nud Jostled In tho hard uneven road he trod from lowly life tu the goal of hi ambition. At tlio ngo of sixty our print. r boy finds hlui.elf not only n millionaire Lu occupying it seat In tlic Senate of the United Slates, among tho magnate of the cattli. At the ngo uf sixty six he I Secadary of Wur, still difplaylng un energy nnd ndmlnlMratlvH pomr which no iiutu arUlncmllo theorist, howovcr neelnmpll'hed, could master. This Is n brlil akctili of tieiieral Simon Cniinron, whnstuiids wills Seward uud Cliaie as one id the foremost men ol the uge. Forty yeur ngo, William II. Seward earned hit In ead by leaching school among the plain t.ilton of Suulli Carolina, and thus e.uly lu life, no doubt latlMlcd liluiaelf of tho aoct.il and political evil or negro slavery, and tho no' bio virtues of Free labor. He I now giving ari.toerutic coltoudous the benefit id Id ex erlcncu In u Iciuou it I likely to remember lor centurion. Forty-fivo years ngo, u youih of twiiity-oiicnpprouilieil the then small Fieiiih town ol St. I mis, from tho iiorlhern shore of lhu Mlssltlppl; his only procriy n horse1, saiMIo nud bridle, Ids only nccoiiiplUmints snih nil educutlou ns he could iiciiiiiro in an " old IK-ld" school, and the rudiment of the law. Hut luslilo of Ids jacket lieat an honest heart and firm purpose. Ho labored ul hl profesilou, grew liels as tho city expanded, luld slave, but fried ihcns as soon us ho found by e. peril nee that the labor of Ireeiueii, was superior to that of slavis. Ho wus houorrtl wills n seat in Congress ; held a potent voice among tho commercial and Industrial classes of tho (treat West; nlid, even kforu ho ffiled Ids piesent seat lu tho Cabinet, a Attorney (iciieral of tho Uuitetl States, the name i-r I'M ward Hate was a power in tho land, at the mention of which Fiecdom and 1'rco Labor caught new Inspiration. These urc llio representative men of this age and country. Their Ideus arc responded to by twenty-four millions of freemen. Their an tipodes aro tho traitor aristocrats tho Yuu cey, Hammonds, Itlietts, Heaurcgards, Da vi'i'S, lleiijnmlii, (twins, Slidcll uinl Musous, who do not feel with or for tho ieopIo; who billve in arUtocrary as un institution fit to bo ii.grulteil into our tocicly nnd politics, uinl who, to nccompll.il Hie detail of their Infa mous theory, have thrown tho country iuto civil war. Slodton liMptiulcnt. Cot.. lliKKit'ii J.'i.ogi'KNCK Tho following gem I from 0110 of hi speeches : ' ltlght ui.d duty arc always mujestlc Ideas They march us an Invisible guard In tho van of all true progress. They animate tho loftiest spirits in the public nssimblics; they nerve lhu nrm or llio warrior ; they k India the soul of tho statesman, and the imagination of Hie poet ; they sweeten every reward, thev console every defeat. Tky nro of themselves un India- kolublc chain which binds feeble, erring hu inanity to tho throne of Uud." Mother- a pleasant bong a sweet vision of ch'ldliood. Porelju Sympathy. Willi the single solitary exception of Rus sia, wc luive received little or no sympathy from nny nation lu Kuropc, so fur during the prvctit rebellion. The uutlnii from which wc had n right to expect moral support, nt least, has Int'ii our worst enemy. To procure tlic release ot .Muoti and Hlidcll, l.ord I'jlmcrslon did not hesitate to repudiate the cotnse which (treat llrlliiln lint for eentuiles punned to wards neutrals. It whs, however, essentially a bnrrm triumph. They have Maon nnd Sill- dill, wc presume, will glyo tliCni ml ovation ns toon nt they set foot on Ilrltldi soil, but to get Hum they liavo been forced to sur render pretentions which, less than n centry ago, forced Kuropc lulu nrm. Hut, though thesK'ck of wir whhli grew oil (if the seizure of the rebel emlsMiles lias iliappeurci (ruin tho liorlxuii, the ito news from linropo doc nut look ns primil!iig as might be desired. We rend lu the Dngtlsli p.iicrs. thai (treat llrltalu now wnnts guar antics for lhufuture,ntii)thc,1ii'ri'rdecliiie' . tint the seating of the port of Charleston liu c.veilcd tlio Indignation of F.uiue. Tho truth ' Is, it it folly In exjuel sympatliy or support from any of the iunnarililc.il (tovcrnmentsot the old world. Our Institution-; urc not only diametrically opposite, but positively nnlugu. ni. tic. The United Slates urc nnd have been a standing inciiance to thu thronct of heredi tary di spots, t.1 lid way i There It not a na, Hon In Kurnio which has not 11 targe icprcm lotion In America, Tiny tamo lure mi the Invitation ufdiir liberal laws, have been ad initltd to cllli-cnshlp, uud have done well, 'I'hls Ij tho tmio of emigrant correspondence lion lug through every channel, nnd limit In 110 small degree In keep nllvc reviilullouary el ement). It furuMie Ma?IuI, ICnulh nnd the othct restless spirit wills nrgumeut tint cannot bo answered. lt.l nn nppeul to D.m oernls everywhere to shake oil' lhu yoke of tlulr rulers, nnd enter nt onco upon tho enjoy, incut of i-cnco and ptosporily tint liuudumld cut of Republican InMutiotu. ll Is fur these reaiont that there Is not 11 government In llio Old World, savo that ol Switxi-rlaisil nud possibly llusla, for she Is tu is certain extent Isulateil In l'.urnH. nud liclug ut heart but semi civilised, can have lilllo lu dread from us width would not re J. lieu lu the downfall of tliC-nMcroflho Unltnl Slates. It would do more to strengthen the thrum h of the present iulorsHtli.iii millions id cniuptesl, for when their sujhjcclt became native nnd discontented, their orgaut uud noulh pieces wou'd Itupitre," W'lial do you propose to do? llMablMi u ihinoeralio form of gov eminent? The Amirleaui tried that e.xKriniClit, nud ufler eighty year il cenllii 11.1I turmoil, burst up, uud eoii.litulo 110 nation nt ull now. Do you, without experience, e x pect lu iIj U'ltrr "lliati 11 people which, for nearly n century, had belli educntiug Hum. selvi up tu tho form of goviri.inint you now preposo lueet for yourselves, but wuc lor ad to KvC it up liecauso It was rblouary, unreal uud mollis ? Ileal eonlint. Tho tiiitltutiou under whlili you live urc tlio wUstcicrformeil liy man. There Is un happiness, collectively, except lhu "divine rigid," us tho fiAiiidaliciii of tho national MijHrstructuic. And lilt nu urguuieul which. It mint In admitted, would carry with it 11 great ileal of weight. To engage iu levolutluu, except lu change one issler fur another, w null beubsurd ; for, wills the downhill of Hie United Stubs, lieo governmuit would receive n blow Irom nldeli it would never recover until tho mil!. il ium arrived. Under audi circumstances It is not difileiilt to understand the earplug spiill which has been exhibited ull around. Aii tocraey has no Into for Democracy. There I u pirielu;il warbctwicn the two. If the for mcr sliniiM triiiiuph iu this Mruggle, l.irgs, lords nud nobles wou'd rule the roost," lo the end of the chapter, 110 snatlir how lur dittaut that interesting perleM may be. There I no uc Miutllug our eyes tu these fact. Tiny exist, and mull be icnrronliil, We do not think tlut nny of limn would dare tu luleifere directly with our ul.'iirs, for we hao lhu sym patliy or the masse ; lust even tiling Unit can be done covertly to Injure us will find leu.ly iiislruineiits. Attn Califonann (toon sou Ji.ii:. Tho Cincinnati! papers tell us of tho following goul one, by Mr. Jes sie lleutoii Ftcmoui, 011 lur itciut Ult lo thu Capital lo ferlit out lhu origin of the hos tility which had manifested itself towards lur husband. At onu of these Interview wills tlic I'lesldeut, Mr. Illulr, sen., father of tho PoM master li'enerul, nud Frank P. Ill.iir, were prctcnt. After some preliminary conversa tion, Mr. Ill.iir turned to Mis. Fiemont nnd comuuucid Hie diuloguo which follow 1 111, 1111 " Mrs, Fiemont, allow 1110 to fay lo you, that in my judgement, Madame, your proper place I at lhu head of your husbaudV household ut St. Louis, uud this iulcrintdhiig wills tho ull'alr of lhu Sluto U, to say the least ol il, In very bud taste un your part. And, lu conclusion, I wl.-li jou to iindcrMiind that hero is where no make men and unmake Hum." Jksik " Mr. Illulr, lurnilt mo to say to ) on, that I have seen tonic men of your mak ing, nnd If Ihey aro tho best you can do, I ud vise you to (pill llio business." Poc.Mi ItK.vsoMMi. In n iceenl eusc of us ault the defendant pleaded guilty, Said he : " 1 think 1 must bo guilty, because the plain tiff and I w'cro the only pcrniiis lu the room, and (he first thing I knew was that I was standing up, nud ho wus doubled over the table. You'd better call It guilty." How (Jen. Hnllcck Conns Down on tlio Scccsh Resident of St. -LQl'A't The atvssmcnt ofSllMlOO 011 the .Seceslom Istt nl St. Imis for tho benefit of Union refil,: gees from the Interior ol Miatoitrl, Is iw !ei lug collided. The fujlowlng I the lorm u tho untlw sci veil nu tho usosscd psrtli. Office vflht I'i oivd Mill thai Ccntml n fit Dcjiai Intent of lif Minuml, St. Imuii, .1o.( , 180-, 1 You nrc lurcby i.nlifie.l that, purtuaiit lo ttenerul Order lSu.2t,rriiiij tho head ipt.irters ir the Dep-itl mini of Mis sourl, directing n lory upon the friend, of lhu uirmy for charltab'o purpiv-ea, yon have been uttiEfci! tlio Mini of hundred dollars, aa your contribution lu aid of tho sullering fami lies driven by ilia nluli from SoutHwestcru, Missouri, Yon, will, lhcrefr.ro, pay tho amount m n., i'Sid,nr its eipilvalenl lu clothing, pnivl'lon., or ipiarter', to nu; within lieu days cflcr tliu i-rrvtcc of this notice upon you ; or, In default thereof, execution will bo isucj uvalnM yo'ir pnrrly for sulHciint to satl-fy this nsaest inent, coat, nnd '.'.1 ier cent, K'iially In nddb Hon. Should you elect to pay your ntjvsa. inent In clothing, provisions, or rnturter, yoi will give notice of such Intention to this or llee, nceouipanjlng the sumo with nn Inven tory and discriptiou of the articles, or of lhu "Ituatlon and Value of the ipiurlcr tuidcti'd, which will bo accented, subjected, tu un. n. praiiemcnt by me. Haiimm Is always tiady with n good alory. Ills latest is the following, which Is told of of Klias Howe, jr., who hat been very ncllvo in fitting nut regiments fur tho war. Mr, I Iowa has ciK'iit tliomnnds of dollars In lid way nnd taken u great ats Interest in mill, liny nffilrs tint he hat lad lull lltllu imo lu attend lo nnyllilug el.e, One day a very worthy Connecticut d.'-icon eulliil npiin lhu geiillcinan with 11 aiibserlpllui lut. lu ihi sireil Mr. Iluwu to give souk thing lownnls erixlliig a l.cw eluirch. ' A new church'" ie. pllixl Hiiwi', "nh, 11 new church, I don't think lean give uny thing Ikcuiim! urn iH'iuliug .ill my spare money fur tho war. Can think of nothing ilso." The deacon lookid di spoil K nl, Mr. Howe secmeil Hun and iletirmlneil nut In give a red. At hut hu naked Ihcdinieoii wl.nt tho neir chtitcli wist to be rullid, "Thu chuicli of St. Pctir.alr," was the reply. ' Ah. tho Church or St. Piter," replied ouc,-r "Well, as St. lYtir was the only fighting apostle In Hie lot, I guess I'll have tuglvoldui "ini thing. Hut I can't do much even for St. Piter, us my time and money mu.it be nIoi entirety slcvutcl to iu;ir(rr." Lee'niii.Mi ami Si'iu.iiimi, If laughter be. gels fal, It I no lest truo that seoldliig I. ll.e p ire nl nf meagerues. Who ever saw n plump termagant ? Tho virago is seragpy rcragginesa l lhu badge of her Iribo. ll would KTin that the ntliittmi.ofu fierce exacting tern (ur glvi sharpiiea to Hie I1u1n.u1 frame ns lu vatiubly us u grluddouu put u wiry iilgc 011 is brnad'isxf. Aril. Is uudirstaiid this fait uud govern tlieinsehesiieeordingly. They Invaria bly ripresiul ladies Mippoxil tu bo given tu " the ruuipagu " u iiiisarkuble high in bono, Sihicw urc thus eleplcted lu enmlo vulen. lilies, nnd ull lhu illustration! of" Curtain lie turn " have icpreniited the rib " of Mr. ('audio without a particle ul fat. l.nurl, n firing lo fiiimle Hi 1 brand., says ll.it I e in their fiees, that llicir nMe. uie .harp. We have 11 dim Idea that he mention, some cxccplum.il caw of ladies with siiiiIiuum, who urn givm lu tuubhiug their Lu. bands ; but tlue form u mild variety, and only u (mull proportion 11. tho genius scold. A Ciickiiimi 'ii;w in1 tiik Flood. 'i i ,. Pituluiuis Journal of Saturday say ivTIhh heavy ruins can do 11 no harm, but wIUmiIIiit proiolhit tlu-y 1110 just what theeniiutry ll.u iieided for u long lmi. ll i u thiory nf a seieiitllle writer, who.e nuiiw wc innnnl ut this llmv recall, that for lhu waul id just sueli rains n we have lalrly hud, Ihe eurlli each yi-ar beciiiue lea uud les ino.nl, uud vigitn II011 nf eourso so much Hie sooiur drii. up, Itaiiia like Ihe pn'Miil, thai coinjiletily tain, rate the ground, lulp lo l.i ip ll inn.M and in good working oriUr for year. Althougli the surface may hi come dry, yet hlikltii well like burning springs, send through the larth the morsturcjor the roots that imlgorutcsund keeps green Mid growing ihe Icuf huqiv. In all lids iherels much ol trolls. Full not then to antlclpalu the dainands which will Le iiuiiIk on all ofyou wtio are ngrlenllurlsts, lo luki-111 market next fall liberal supplies of the pro duclloui of your land. il. Old Abe i reported us saying Iliat he wus glad ho had but four year lo slay lu Wua's. ington. ! When 1 left Snriiiulleld." remuikii) lhu Prmldint, " I was reputid nn honest mini, iiul 1 hanlly know liern what my friend call mi1. I am beset by hundred ol men nnxtoii for place, nud in tho liurrr of llio moment 1 sometimes give encouragement In peopV, wl In couscipienco charge sue with want of iraa" If Ihey do not receive llio nftloe lor which I .. upply. It I much caMer In nnliilnin 11 fmr repulutlon In Springfield llimi WiiMdnglon," ' 1 .1 "la It very sickly here?'' said a sou id" I'e Ijncruld Islo to unmlier. "Yes," replied lit companion, "a great many have died this year who never diul before," " How to Pay ihe Itenl.' is u nliussnl fits 10 on Hi; Mage, but a painful drauu iu actual life. V':- '' k ! 1 K..