Newspaper of The Democratic Advocate, February 14, 1867, Page 2

Newspaper of The Democratic Advocate dated February 14, 1867 Page 2
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THE DE#tIATK VDVtHAtK. nil l.'Nl-At, FEBjpARY 1 jpw~ AblhEuiiu piuorltlk. ' I'toft-ions We cir culated throughout thi Stott fyt aigna tareSj to bo feat to the Senate of the §6k&.' {iMlKig "“against the admission of Governor Swann to a sest iu the Senate. The oh a rye is made against him iu the memorial of haring cpirMgtMiW Miu*o Uo v . Mto isi ut | temptud to to ntoutotod that ho had ' baselyhqmved tljc 4*ul#wf t^e 1 DnToo u ii!i pjwl .Retol^itju, by i*ajjwUug t l “ State, nod thus Mag Mry tm* iuqurlicn fertiUeW*v, am(. <fu<.*c of opinion, t iaj* Ira aiqaijjj tuou al this town.. for the lit'*, of ut we eaanot tee. iu all be has done in this behalf, anything which docs Bot ch him j infinite hdnov j yet the Radiesls affect to believe that his et u-y act has been boon m the extreme. The truth is that ties error is ia thnnsoltvs !So great Ira* been their desire to keep political control of the Slut* that they have mis * judged the loyaly of thousands of their political opponents. and put strained and illiberal constructions upon the Regis-1 try Law. Gnrcrnor Swann did nothing more than thousands of other honest utno hare done, and will continue to do, • • hg the Radicals persist ia ex horting that bitterness of spirit which must crcr kpep our evuntrymensuction ally divided. Us. bos boon compelled to Inn to Democrats fur support, by thd biprWtv and prejudice of his former piriy fricudsj iu Tijlo manner as the' Apostty km cympolkdi ■ (o turn! U4t* the GmGlm. If they are 100 j Wind to nee it. ire ore *h)a to toller* that though thotr pftrfj should stuniblc : so as tofaJJ, of! thaif WMoltc-a wh trill e-oak* out from , stotog them : hop lopg<w heslLlo for j fear (hey may hfc found rctieg ‘along 1 .* | matter bow tregaoaabls the twfi- , duct of Gov Swann may appoor in their-t oyf, the verthet of all aisintorsstnd • won will be that the jrhofe dllllirmcc J between them is merely political, ami ( on his port unquestionably bauosl.— ; That ho should bare hocu ambitious for j a seat in the ;nste, amTwßlioc to ae- ' cep! it at (he hands of Conservative party ia. wither wouJn.ui. Car dislwn orabiu. . That the Knstorn fcibore res-; trteeion was rewivel to gratify him whh an election, so far from proving any bargain and corruptiouy, only lueli- | ties to bis great merit, which could over cumo inch formidable obstacles. Ft (a nonsense to charge that srtch things e.m only be ju^ans. — ' The popular voice is, not, so cuntrulleil, and there can bo no .doubt that those wto.voted fee Govcrnwt t*wmn ia the I-cgfelaturc aaiy* obeyed the popular ' wm *• plaato thw asumti dicin, y-* khw e nob abdaotot ywwsrtt 'ta The ant* sufli Thr ttyill V. ■&,” I :r " j ■* { Tile vppidatinetils. to Jay a list of the Slate | appointment* soul iu by the Governor j to she Statu Senate, as we bud it id the : liaNldnire paper* Garroll crmwty got* hqf 000. fifr David Sodp,of Jfcuf Wind- 1 sojjljiatrict, as u Flour XnapccW. We ■ ars-nat- sufficiently acquainted with the appointees totall ttolr former political standing. Tho eottripoirdciit of the 1 American represents the Democrats as 1 mitgh dissatisfied ; but we expected this to bw said, as a matter to eeurao, for it < is not the hwhinu to make any agrees-‘ hie cgmmenta Jo. slidli case*. D’e do j ndt' (Jiink tlie democracy, w;3l be uiuub outraged if Goa, Samua should prufcr gcwmlly non like- Idmoelfar hia par tidWar Mend*: Thrt wqnlil think it good policy lot l.'.m fi, mil' hi, appoint mwi* ‘IS .tvVrW utowl liliffal .spirita but (hoy torn no otlmr 'totm itjcm him I Tktjf helped (litohct Wi Its the Senate I sf t tftoiKjjp M<iSm T f',.w i l'uc.ftoilt ttovtotod totoa tolrfiica.} ibto nttops Unit mental Hdl Mtottophk., intoto gtombl' giyul on.lfcaMcit- i ,- v „y ; . .... Gamrnor *wtoib.ii W. : fcs%rhyir|e<>h t v.ndiehled hf PfcdcltP a(fd ! liir own cohis4. in xf i WWi wJtwV’w4l rc ‘-’''V.-J XiG Got. Grot, of tosispns entimd mode a Hoe'SpertotP 1 w I ' ffMMTtwi. • The bill to admit the new Stgtc of • k-ou passed ig CVdST O ** ( ovoTithh-Veto, irfT ,i i.-t ThOtwo KadieairnemWs of the Sew I Orleans Riot Coeaiuittec hate rc'pitttcd iu the Hons \ ccurarftig the President ro-' r ef^.i ‘ c4 >>7 i nciaUlure have rejectel the ronpfita j**\ mendmenfc. i TUB PRESENT ASPECT. It w difficult to predict what ia yet to oouic forth out of tho coaflieting ole menta at work in this country, and which manifeat themselves more partio ularly at the seat of Government. The Executive, having done all he could to check tho mischievous course of Cod gross, Los settled duwu to a masterly 1 inactivity in that respect, quietly wait ing to sec what will turn up. Tho So I . jitcWc Court having dared to decide against the constitutionality of Milita -1 ry Courts, and To*t Oaths, has drawn | down on itself the nmlcdictions of Rad icalism, and set Congress to work to circumvent it in some way. Tho |iro jeet for the impeachment of the Prosi • lent is being attended to by the Com diiiict} on the Judiciary; yet the belief is gaining ground that it will all end iu smoke, and that’ the mure prudent ol j the parly will get rid of the clamor for j iinpc&ehmcttt by directing their attcu- 1 i lion to the election of his succeaaor, the i time for which is rapidly approaching. lyast session, after long delay nnd j much contention, the Constitutional 1 Amendment, now before the State Leg ; islatures for adoption, was proposed as the Congressional plan of Reconstruc j tion. 'This seems likely to fail in con j sequence of ita rejection by the Southern | i State*. Neither is it popular with all j , the Radicals, as it leaves Negro Suffrage | | voluntary with the States, or only dc- j , privea them of r^resen tative power if j | they reject it. Various schemes have j j boon devised at the present session— : ; the chief of which in the plan to reduce the Rebel Slates to the condition of | Territories. This has called forth so j much division among tho faithful, that 1 the Committee on Reconstruction, of j which Thad. Stevens is Chairman, has | reported another plan to Congress, j which proposes to establish a military : despotism over each of the seceded * States. Wc are happy to learn that J this plan is likely to be rejected; and I we (rust that something more rea*ona- I bio may yet be expected of this Radical * Congress 1 ’TW arc indications in the South of j t disposition to offer some sort of com , premise. Many are willing that the t South should accept the Constitutional I Amendment if the more obnoxious pro | positions contained therein arc modified I f —particularly that part which dislVan- j \ ohites the leading men of the South. I who were not wornc than the majority \ I of their people, nnd whom they cannot j voluntarily agree to condemn. They j P we suppose, to lose the right of | j representing their colored population. 1 j rather than be kept eternally in bus [pease; and have reason to believe that it w tho mildest mode of enforcing negro suffrage the North will ever agree to. We believe all efforts of the South to ( compromise to be perfectly useless ut ’ present. Their true course is, to reject I any humiliating terms which (hey may | bi; usked to agree to, and leave them to pb^ 1 Imposed by the arbitrary power t suggests them. They should 'oopilnuc to profesa :ui arduut desire to j ( -iv:(i*ue their old places in tho Union 1 ( us <OOO as they can do so honorably, j and consider that it will not be long uu- \ ' til the public mind of the North will ' j discover who it ia that is keeping this j • Union divided, so long after it had been 1 \prriemd by the fortune of war. \oniination of . Slate Officer*. { 1 The following nominations were scut j 1 to the Senate on (he sth inst., by Gv -1 ernof Swann. The noaiioatious were ! referred to the proper committee and ! 1 liavc yet to be acted on : I Inspector General of Flour—James j 1 Fuller, of Baltimore city - Assistants ! —M. Keefer, of Frederick county, R. ' K. Duvall of Harford, David Rood of' j Carroll, and Robert Selluwn of Mont- 1 ' gotnery county. i Inspectors of Tobacco—J. T. Perkins, :of Prince George's ; A. G. Woodward, Anne Arundel; J. Alexander Price, Charles; William Welsh. Baltimore ci l ty ; Thomas J. Graham, Calvert, i Inspectors of Grain—lnspector Gen- * j cral—-Bcnj F. May, Cecil; Assistants I —John Donovan, Talbot; Thomas' I Howies, Howard ; II C. Co- ington, ; Hjticcn Anne’s; John M. Lighter, I Gpagers of Liquors—John M Linc fuwfcsxJr, Baltimore city; William F. ! Wicolai. do : William 11. Smith, do., Uohu K Marlin, Talbot. i luinpt(>r of Gnano—J ujsop Gjlmao, J] !^Brajr of °* Fish—James E. Hurd* Gcorg*;%. f* Nelson Foster H|ma of the Penitentiary—John of Live stock—Cbaa. Whit county. WelgnciSj of llfy—Nicbdlas Fhcp phrd, Wjj'ii Pctrcc and Patrick Kava tom, Jjwiuaoie county. ♦ N-yinrieß j-rWiu. McPhail, J. F. Brown, yJ- t and Geo. K. Saiigseton. IDirectiir Maryland Penitentiary— John lltu>t. Mm. Devries, Joshua Vausant, John T. Ford, Geo. U. Berry. John I 1 •I'tlcs. , 1 W...| GvriUra—Basil It. Sollus, Hal * liioor/.- r'uuiiij ; Geo. Bowers, William ' lUhi' .11. I*. Mul.-s and SaniUfl Hul- I liofT'ixtnd, UaltiiDore ait,; Gaorgs 11. f>at is, .Snmcract county, and William ! liictiurdson. Ifti'Gn Friday aflernoon a disastrous lire incurred on Commerce Bt. Balti more. a few doors below Kxcbnngc Fl.iro. in which jirojicrly to tho value of ■■fciHt tHsst was consumed It was most ly cut ci-od by insurance in Baltimore Gomiianiet, It originated by accident in the Liquor Store of Diffenderfcr, Vfhiloford, Kemp & Abbott, and czten • Jed to adjoining ustablislmicuts. iFrom the Richmond Whig.] Their Old Trick*. A* the conflict botweeu the Presi dent and Congress approaches s crisis, tho Radicals are actively employing their old tricks to work up tho North ern mind, and to rekindle expiring ani mositica aud fears. They arc endeavor iug to rally tho Northern massoa against the President sod the Supremo (lonrt under the pretence that the. South is still, aa it suits them to stylo it, rcbel- J liuua and defiant, is ready for another war, aud is puslnug oft the President to inaugurate it, as scuu us his impeach ment and removal shall he attempted, so that they can fly to arms. Theta, is said to be some mysterious understand- Ing or league between tba President, the Northern Democrats and tlio -South The ffrnifit, nf jmsail the open uaVo. cate of ilbpesqHiucnt and talks uhoul "the .refractory Routl],.’ nnd its ‘defiant- rejection' of Uie Ceiistitutioual Amendment, and finds, iu a proposition of ut member of the Kentucky Senaje, (fill*. Helm,) i which lias hfeu rcjdcled,) to ra se Ml ny/'pif nit of, Kentucky iu fittorjf, to he subjeef atttTl times to the Ithll of Fresidcnt of the Lulled i States, alarming symptoms of revolu tion. Now we ahull not waste time and space ill argument, to prove that one Kentuckian is not the whole -South \Ve hope that the Country will under stand that without argument. The Iltrahl alludes to “the emphatic aud defiant tone” in which tho atneadiueut was rejected, “from Texas all the way !up to Virginia.” This is not true, and w ill not serve as a base for a new cru- I sadc. Texan was the only State that | rejected the amendment iu anything j like a spiteful spirit. The other Stales j simply did not ratify it. They used uo offensive language, and employed no j “defiant tone ” It was submitted to j them for ratification or rejection, which implied the power of choice, and, instead * of voting aye, they voted nay. This i. 1 construed by the llerahl os an evidence j of contumacy and disloyally. The South was nevermore tranquil than now. Nothing could be farther j from our thoughts or wishes than war. 1 Give ns but three things—repose, eapi- j tal and labor, and wc are willing, at least until the North recovers its right roa sou, to do without all others. If the t.'oasliluiiunai Amendment was intended 1 in the nature of au offer of conditional restoration, our rejection of it is a proof! that we arc not over anxious for admis.j sion and representation, LVo would • not purchase admission at the price of! dishonor. Ifitwcio not so designed,' then wo had uptjaiig to gain hy iti ami would bat e dishonored ourselves to on purpose, by a voluntary ratification of it. I f Congress, after our rejection of | j it, declare it to be a part of the Consti i lotion, wc must tale it to be so, and j submit accordingly, just .-is wo Jo now. I to taxaliuu without represeutatiou. ! | Should tho Supreme Court interpose, i ; and upon a case submitted decide that | it ia uota part of the Constitution, then j jwe suppose thut we will have to submit I Ito that decision. If Congress get into | a war with the Ihc. idem aud the 8u- , '< profile Court, we will, we confess, bo in I I a quandary. But we protest, bleeding ! \ as we are at every pore, against being I involved iu such a conflict. If turdi d I into it, we will have to follow the stars I and stripes—the flag of the Lnmn. if' | there should be two such Hags, j . i have to decido the best way wc can. , j There are individuals m every ace j I and country w lie abhor repo.-o, and ilc i light in strife. There may be. doubt j lesi arc, some such restless spiriis iu | the, ?imtb-qoi|o may oeeasiotialiy be . 1 found hi our flats; Legislatures— Mr. i Helm, |if Kunlueky, rijjij fur aught we j ■ know, *ou such a mah—but |l| • North i j may rest assured that the present gen- ■ , oratluii orSoutligrij men will never, uu j der any eiioumstaneet, i/ieroi to go to t | war- They are not leas brave atid Imn ; ontMc than they all along bate horn. | j but they and their families need r.;poao, | I ’heir labor system which was broken up ! I has lo he reorganized, their business ; j interests require, aud, to- j | dueed frum a condition of uuuqgjlled 1 prosperity and atilt)ogee, they are now • imiiipelled to work for tho common uc j oenaaries of lifu. it w had the wish! , we have uu, aud will not for years to • come,have the resources to sustain a war. ■ i How idle, HI the late of these stern facts, appear all the absurd rumors of . foulheru revolutionary movements, put i I forth at Uic North. Ihcy are either | the result of ignorance, fear or partisan | malice. Whichever they bo, they are , stupidly false and grossly unjust. | [ it the Radical leado r s arc determined 1 10 brave war iu carrying out their pro ject of impeachment and removal* let I them do so openly, boldly, and honestly, i and not throw upon the quiet, unarmed , and unoffending .South tho blame that | attaches to so criminal a breach of tbs i national peace. Let them at least, in j I this instance, discard all slnima and ) faluo preluiioos. The South has not I j drawn the sword or threatened to Jo so. | ) When they imps*oh the I’resideat for what lie lias done, and thr* Supreme, Oourt for what -it has done, ihey ought in-s to fix the rcsponsih.llsy and intlTrt , ah* initmml tq.on the H-nsh. w?T??T;r n 7 M ?;. ! The VtIFT* alta r the ru.d- 'of J UIn -iDouing Jurors in r.Tfr&W. u Fred;rl< F ( ■nnd . \Viu>lilpg(op has. jMMcd , both llfnß bt*c<mn* 11 jrrtHdo*Aft:ki flic fNerir rtt flic f?ouhts | GoimnhsiofitrW in caeh >uuriTy f-hall ■ make out Ifsts tfct taitiblc citfzoa* 1 liable toKeiVe on juries, from tliv 1 Judge of tho Circuit Court, iu the pres ; once of the Bar and others, is to.seWi-' impartially threo hundred persons, fropi whom the Jofors arc to b<* drawn The ; names arc to be pat in a box aud drawn publicly by a party designated, tbc first ' !£) to serve on the Grund Jury, the next ' 24 on the Petit Jury. Mr. Kiuuncl, one of the Baltimore ticuutota, after explaining the reasons why the law. passed for a new election of Mayor and City Council, hid been necessarily repeaK-d, introduced a new law for the ywww, fixing the day of doction on (hr !3ih of March. On Mondiy last, irt the llonsc, Mr. I Wampler obtained leave to report a hill to amend of the Western ! Maryland Railrond Company: also to j authorise the Commissiouera or Can oil! I' County to subscribe to fhc capital stock, or endorse the bonds of said Company, | not cimding SIOO,OOO. ; lUXONSTRKTIOI. We clip lh<£A>llomug from the de bate in the House on Friday lost ou Mr Stevens new plan of military gov ernments for s oulh. Mr Hankow Massachusetts, appeal ed to Mr. Stevens not to propose a vote at this time. He believed a few days devoted to diffrassid£ would result in tho perfecting of a measure upon which Congress, the I'resident aud the people eon Id .agree. Mr Kldndgofcf Wisconsin'. appealed to M r r>serw not to preev this matter now. /I'hyr* n, r many eontleniau *rlio desired to plaeo themselves upon the record in opposition to the hilt. It was a very important measure and the de en e had no douhl (tone forth (hot the hill should pnsS, and this wontld he the only u|>|’ il.*tWafforded tor discussion Tho opposition aim ply asked the' pour boon ol being permuted to enter their protest against ih*.h(ll. ■ Mr. Stevens said he did not Ijart) the advantage of knowing what lud taken place u (he jKefc't negotiations between the President and the gentleman from j Massachusetts (Mr Banks) ts)n(iv to ' the prospect of harmony Between the Executive and Congress. If he had i been present at that negotiation he would he able to tell tho effect, and he j should then probably be glad to giro more time. The gentletuau from Wis consin (Mr. IJfdtglge) had said the de cree had gone forth that the bill must pass lie know of no aueh a decree, but he had seen enough, and had here tofore noticed sufficient demoraliialion in the majority to induce him to put aside all sanguine hopes that tho bill would pass. There were letters and words in it which excited the opposition of members aud at which they carp i i The bill that was recommitted the other j ; Jay was sent to its death. It was a • civil hill, but it wua objectionable and j j was sent to the tomb of tho Capulols. | i This hill Was now put forward as : lutiu “MUrity In the ! C'outh only tlc j .eyg.ljorui curl (Jov,ru I menfa in conformity with the genius of ( the Constitution. Ife know not whether Congress would piss the bill, or whether , it would disperse and go home, leaving the President master ok the situation | and triumphant. (lo (Mr, S.) know of] I modification In the views of the j , President and after the previous ques i tiou shall have teru voted upon hui I would Bo belter satisfied, whether Con ! i gross was delermi.iod to submit to the | j President as the power that had eon ! quered ns. Mr. Banks said he had had no nego- J itj l ti"n with the President of the United j j States, This measure, it is .well known, j depends (or its legal effect upon a two- j thirds powerofbolh ilousesol Congress, i and it was doubtful if that could be oh ! I laitied in its present shape.’ To make ; i oar laws of avail,-they must ho such as j 1 'be Executive can eo operate in the cx- j edition "f, and he would repeal that if, j alter a full and free discussion, n incas tire were brought forward which would ' i lie sustained By I lie people, aud tho j i President refused to on operate and i stood in the way, then it would become ! i the clear duty of Cyngrciis to nuspeii J the work of reenustruetion and examine into the conduct of the President. He . believed a measure to meet all demand. I eou’J he agreed upon Before the close ! ol the session. i He had had no interview with the; 1 /’resident upon this subject, aud for, tho Viy.e that he should give upon the j question, neither the gentleman from 1 Pennsylvania or any other man .had >i ; right to question him. Ite hoped iior a j change in the uqsiiiou of the I’resiJcijt, i and he thought"that was worth waiting , | for. I .Mr. jnjsTntedupon the demand ( | for the prevmns question, an J the House,,l by a divi ion, refused to second it—yeas | (id. (i.ivs Sfi Tellers were then demau- J i led on seeundiug the previous question, ; I ana resulted— Cl, nays SB, yinnu/tient to Chief Justice Taney.

] Mr, Earle called tip the hill to appro- I s priatc five tliyiis-iriJ doli.nrx to erect a ! ' monument over the remains of the late Chi.T Jitstfcv Taney The next amendment was that offer- ' |ed by Mr Earlo to insert after tho ' word remains: ‘Or on some suitable 1 place in the f<tatc House yard, or in the i Slate House itself." Mr. Earle advocated his Amendment, and Warmly eulogized the character of , the l ate Chief Justice, lie said ho I wished to have the committee untram melled It might be dccmci) more ad visable, instead of erecting a monument over the remains of the deceased, to set | up a marble figure of the great man in j the Capitol grounds, where the same oould he seen; and prove a constatit re membrance of li/k great virtues Mr. Ilillingslea, tif Carroll comity, aid he did not’iibject W having n mon- I utncnl erected orcr the remain. of the | late Chief J uitiac, hut he was decided 1 I ly opposCffto sc 1 ifci* f}tatcJJuusC or la uierrufu. Ue '1 !<i t tv.4ft? to luy.j nhy such cfnloill Hicrtt uftftV iVfnifHjratic bnrtj set 1 iip j lur .idfftiHieiou and gmjtotioh. ! uot tvi.ufttj hivc AOir whom ‘'the fta* tvttitiinj” hero/fir i.r ari/jluijfc ; 6f VHfc*l rrod flcoti Jcct -iau-itiat. political hcrcSj. He | not'ftKM to ami * ldtioriiig virtue o? (he de ‘ i-im-iM ill a ft v.’.iV. Tut lie hod [ ob)ecfioßft to WiA a hill no tins. If ! tills be a tilll to help to reifriicftate and ! revive the Democratic party, he was opposed .lb it. He tva* opposed lo hat jingtueh a monument set up here ns would be recalling coutiuuulfy the re- I oolloctiohH and bitterness of the past.— 1 The author of (ho J)rcd fjicott deeisiou 1 had done more than anything else to ! involve this country in a war, the moat •)readful mid terrible fhSl history re ■ cords; and a such a iimnuuient as that proponed by (Ills hill to be set up in i this State House would but keep alive \ renjeiiihranee of the dreadful past, he was opposed lo the meuMire. i Mr. Karle expressed 111* aurpiDo at I the opposition of the Senator from Car roll county, sud said (hat at to the apj prehenriof.a expressed of reaurrcdjnc j the party a* koiuc (erVlbm 1 ol tfie would remind tho ; .Senator that the Democratic party wua j already pretty nearly resurrected or re couatrueted. He did not wtnt the pro posed monument erected in some out of tho way place, but ho wanted it brought before the public Kate, in order that the youth of Maryland may viait it os a shrine and learn to adiuiro aud emulate the virtues of the great mon. Mr. Hillingftlea wished to correct on impression which seemed to bavo been gathered from hia remarks on this measure He certainly did not mean to *ay that he did not respect ihc memory of the lute Chief Justice. What ho objected to was, that gentlemen through ejecting a monument lo him seemed to seek lo honor and help lo rasurruet the D. mowratic parly. pu.ty which he Was ghJ to in w was no teugor in the its cemtohey in this country. Ho ws, as In* before, opjMksed to having a iin this JjKato House yard, (ho yuuug uumi in our Na val School by its prosencv. will bo ovit reminded of the occasion which brought the lute troubles upon the country. — The deciriba in the Drcd Scott ease, as wall us thu repeal of the Missouri Compromise, w.cs the maiu causes of the late arojdful war, the wouuds in dieted by which he did uot wish to see again opoued. For those reasons he was opposed to the erectiou of any sucli monument here. Mr. Compton, of Charles county, re plied to the .Senator from Carroll (Mr. Billingses). He warmly advocated the ill aud pronounced a glowing eulogium upon the Inu*Chief Justice Taney, and said that Maryland endorsed him as her representative man. The men of Mary land deal rod to erect a monument not alone to his private virtues, but to his professional fame. The Democratic par ly, he maintained, was not dead, never had boon dead, and never won d die.— Ue did not mean ihe Democratic party technically speaking, but he meant the Constitutional Democratic party, ou j which the old Whig element had been : ! engrailed. The amendment wag then adopted. ! Communicated. | KarpriMC Parlj. Mr Kniron ;—l consider it due the friends j <>f Frixfttemnv to make this public ooknow- i lodgement of life kindness manifested by them toward myself and family, tjn Friday I night, February Ist., a* we were sitting hi • our comfortable dwelling after the sun had I sunk behind the Western Hills, and the j shades of nijjht wen*, extinguishing the | rdtnuma ol’day. a sled loaded with La i dgm aud Cuulleinen, and itagn ami mhe, (which was soon followed by another.) stop- I i-ed oppoMUi our door. Smin u mp nt the I door was hoard, and in entered some right | or t*n voung ladies and men and demanded i | possession ortho house, which we aurren i | dered without tiring a gun or drawing a sword; i.erhaps beet use wo are oppoeed to | war. It proved, however, o prudent course: f>r soon the contents of the sled.- wrc de 1 I posited in onr house, which consisted ofl j Oafs, Corn, Potatoes, Meal, lanrd, Atiplo* I hultiT, Ac., and a splendid dre< pattern ; J Mrs. Anijj and also a splendid pocket l ook containing twenty seven dollars in I money, amounting, as I think (in all) nt a rcasonflila estimate, to fifty five dollar-: oil el which we wt-ro made lawful doiwmoiv of by them. After a social chat wc nil agreed to bow at the i hrune of (trace, made acce-- mII- by tih> Atoning lannh. and give thanks to (tod for hi goodness; and then tiKik the ( purling hand with glad hearts. The leader , I in this matter was rny mtcnd friend Tho i mu* Mcring, assisted by Levi Floosie, and Misses Same Singling, Annie and Nellie i r lencle, were the parties gelling up the 1 dress. I hey, and all concerned in the do ( nation, will accept our wannest thanks ten l dered by us for their kindness thus demon- , j slraled; and we pray that they may long 1 live lo cheer the hearts of the needy Shop 1 herds of Urael. ' ! Macau: M. Any, ... D. AWV, Fnsior. \ Lmontown, Md., Feb. 5Ui, 1H67. - dWthe .iftora)h, I | T™ Lulbrhm Church Fair. ] I rh ? P. r t|o sueoess (if Ihet.uih oran l air tire eSfcet-dTngly encouraging. Al lively nrtd generous spirit of emulation has 1 ’[ r‘ c ' n •*!! amongst those rod nee tod with j tjhe (Jhprel) andtßiember* ofo'her congre ( tat ions and the cointmmity generally, with 1 t**finyrs of liberal nod Christian gencro.-ily. j I are anting in a variety of ways to prainutu i , the proueworthy enterprise. The parties j 1 ‘-'larged with the auiKsrintemicnCe of the work, are actively and eameatly engaged in i I preparing for the ••opening*' wliiehpnnnio ' i *!' b iutcrwling and entertaining. Dona- ( lions are rapidly coming in, and beautiful ; and valuable articles purchased, made and , \ donat'd, useful and ornamental, arc ready j 1 to be displayed to the admiring guxe of all ; • who will favour the fair nn<l the fair ones I with their presciicd. The elegant silver Tea ! Sett, already spoken of, is now on exhibi tion at the Jewelry Store of Wm. Moore. Ls,j.. near the railroad, who has kindly mid generously taken charge of it, mid will glad v show irto visitors and put down their names for a chance. " m. It. Larmour of Daltinnire has increased the oblimtiong of the ladies in charge to him by the gift of a handsome mid costly silver Card Receiver, which lads and lassies, and staid matrons, will devour with ■ lunging eyes. Tha aUractions will bo groat, I the goods of the boat quality, the fare auita blc to the nicest palate, the ladies tascHin j Unr, the Kow Fnglmid Kitchen irresistible ( lU "* wylhiug lovely. To one and all, i who wish pleasure ana profit and tho reward i u U°od conscience we soy come, and help i Us u> push forward u good work. : l >1 ■■ n I limit Donation ol Nr. Cieoroe Veabod}. Mt. Hrorpo IVnbodv hits one iisyaßSßy^M j oerlaii trustees to be devoted to i-duea- I.j tinuid purposes in (he States south fit (tlie yutynAo. Thi* ueliltt t. W j tlioufjitlully conceived aud now m gro j qrousljr cxcouied. is .Mirdv worthy of II die exalted reputation fur fdtlkinilirnpy -rliiclt .Mr. I’eaßody has so justly uo ' quired, aud is deslimuj. trust, lo |. bless alike tlio pver and tho receiver. I Serenade to Senator Swann. tiovernor Thomas Swann, of Mary , land, lately elected United States Sena . tor. and who has boon sojourning iu . Philadelphia for two or three days past, , was tendered the compliment of a acre. , oade last nijrlil, at ten o’clock, at the I residence of his brother, Dr. Swann, No . 1512 Walnut street. Thin snre’nad.- t u under the auspices of the Keystone , ( lub nt Philadelphia.—7M(7n. Inquirer . >W. 8. fcOur ancestors Idunht out the great ; emrteat iu Behalf of the writ of hahoas corpus when they wrung the petition of ■ from a reluctant King, sud vindi r cated it finally ou tho bloody field td ' Nasehy, is il-ptwsible that it must be , renewed on the floor of the American i | t.nngrcss. and amid tho representatives lof great, ire* people I— lntel. Local Intelligence. Tu I.OTiinAN Church Fair, will open at Odd Fellows' Hall, Westmin ster, OO TVxim 19lh Febrwwrjr insl, at j 10 o'clock in the lurenoow, end every i f vminy during the week, ali Jay on 1 Friday, and on .Saturday afternoon.— 100 Cream, Oysters, Cake and Lunch Table &c , abundantly supplied in the richest rariety on all occasions, and a Grand Dinner and Supper on Friday the 2in,l. The patronage of a generous public , is respectfully invited, and all will Iw cordially welcomed. H> S.—The opening Addreee wiH I* denvered by Judge Smith, on Tnosdiy at 10 o'clock A. M. Mitt. I>Au Hkokks —()n Friday night hut the Hood succeeded in making a IrfMrtktff some yards client in the taeatl of the large Mil dam of Mr. Alrhart Winters, OCaf Westminster | nfld emptied iu entire content of water, ' but left all all the ico behind. The broach was effected gradual)/, other- | wise much damage might hare been done below by the sudden discharge of the water. It may be some time before the weather will allow the repairing ol the dam; but the .Mill has the advan Ugo of’ the Cranberry, or Kastern branch of the Patapsco, and may pon-ibly mig age to retain the Western branch by moans of the old race, which used to supply the Mill fur many years, before the dam was built. *®~To-day, (Thursday ) is Si. Valcn tine’s Day. and we suppose it will be improved by the young people in send iag nicely tinted paper done up In gill or gold, with two • turklc dura" united I by their bills, to their **Mary Anns" and ‘ Joshuas.” We notice that a mini i her of dealers in town hove a lot on | i band of all description*, but as they i i might uot like us to tell their naiiuot I we forbear. unlay week was ‘‘Ground Hog! j Day,” and as the little cuaa didn’t see | | hit shadow, at least in this vicinity, we ! a-c promised an early spring A rote | of thanks should be extended by Con- (' gross, to the little fellow for hia kind ness in thus bringing our winter to a close. In order to make the resolution ►urc the negro might Ik? let in tome- I IT OM on | CuA.\ar or WrA.i < imi.—lfbe *ofi | rainy weatheC nf a few days previous. 1 w*a jnierryjplcd t< ruble wind Monu j on Nittupjj, which Ws* continued dur ting Sunday, producing perhaps the I eoldett weather of the winter. Much I damage was done, on Saturday night in , the harbor of Baltimore, by the ind ' and ice; and six or eight persons, mostly | ferrymen, were drowned. fcurThe National Publishing Co., No. ' ;)f>7 Minor Street, hiladelphia. will I shortly publish a work by Hon. Alex ander II Stephens, entitled ‘A History . of the Late War between the States— Tracing its Origin, Cuuses ond Hesulu.” Address J. U Jones, Agent, National Publishing Co., Philadelphia. Bark Bam. Coxventiox.—A Coo vention of the Base Bull Players of Maryland is to bo held in Baltimore on the 20th iitst The “Olympian B B (’ of \\ rstminstor. will be represented by Hugo K. Fiddm and Capt. L. F. I Byers. ftairA neighboring outempornry ruts: •Marriage and death not in s arc pub ] H*hc<l /ire. though it >• usually the cu-- l tom to accompany the former with a •dollar, either gold or greenback, or with fa pound-cake, nr at least to allow the printer man to kiss the bride ” llemirc. The tariff hill has gone to the House It is. ns we have shown by exact figures, i one of Iho most opprflMv.- ami unequal | revcuUc bills ever devised. It la# ex -1 reedi ugly heavy hardens upon flit ar- consumed by the jtoor and the i workingmen, aud their wivea and chil dren. and favors the rich in every way ' We once more warn members of the House of Representatives not to vote ! | for this bill—unless they are sure that 1 it will be defeated. it becomes a law and goes into operation, it will, as it ought to. kill politically every man who votes for it.— X. V. Post ( rep .) NARRIKD. On the 7ib lost, in (he lattbonm Paron age Westminster, by Rev. If. C. Holloway, Mr. llrvky Wkiji and Miss Ki.ixsariii Stksn k, both of (his County. On (hr f till of Jnnimrv. by the Rev. J. ' M T.tool, Sir. Wu. H. B. Znrr. of Wait minster, to Miss Catiurink G. M naira, of . KiumiUshurg. Md. DE4TIIK. I At hi* residence in Hampstead District, Carrol) eounly, Md., Hr. Jaeon Coi.nipu, aged 7 yean* 8 months. In Baltimore on the 9th instant, of eon B4i,inl*SSXSfaa'wir*7 7T ' Ti aw.l, Fakniavy It, IHf.T, j Fuina, —Uonid Street Miner and Cat 1 Extra WTftail 00. do Exfee .nipping 12 60 a •*> t* do kick gndH l*t*l4 Mi Ohio ■ 1 J 6 per fivs > bu.licls offered, with mice at ftftnftti tout* I from .tore oil doWeCfir. Rre—Snlw .if 200 baeliele at *1 2ft par biwhel. Hoo-.—Dnml are very nearer and firm i at SIO per 100 Iba, at bick last ralia were | made. j PaoviNiovs.—The demand of Bacon Is 1 active, ami stocks in bonds of dealers fight, prices steady at II eeuta fbc Bboalders, By cents fiw Hides. Hams I Da! 7 eta. per pound, lutrd at Vl\ cents for City, ana Western held at 18 cents per lb. Hkkok.—('lover, %* 76. Timothy 8 7as4, and Flax at 2 7ft par bushel. NOTICE. Omti or thi UtiTrai. Ftag laat aiai a\ CovraxT I* Brmunne Co., Feb. 8, *67. j Sown in hrrrhy rivcm, that tka An mail inoalinf of Inc of ,!i. Ipanv will hr held on MONDAY, the dlh of 51A Ill'll, 1807, betwaew 12. and 2 o'clock.P. M.. at the StrTeUuy'r oilier. North Wot Cororrod North and l/Minrlna Street*. Haltiinorc. for the pwfy—a of rlrot ting Tkutmt JHrpdoit for tho cuavinr vear. FRANCIS SHUIVER, ( fchld 2t Sccrrtorr, WAXTKD. per (lay. AOKXTS wanflad, ladiaa .ad gcaMmr,. i, k? •tie dNitaftv re failed at tun crate per bmle A •m ri *g,.ni ran Mil a of It a dar. M d clear gVT.iO. Ttu- Ink ran be made from tbr leader in three ramuun in common bottiaa water. Uh a peridot black Ink, the beet if, the world. It flow* easily, doe* nut corrode Ike pea a particle, nerer guma up, it not iaiared hv Irectlng. and it* color will la*t forerer.— Kvery lamilv in America will buy It, aa a pack age will last a family for year*, and ink raa U made in >uia)l gnantUL* a* w anted. With cork iiSlaHrtpeß peraon will be made agent for a county. Tbe ■W “* Thin, ))..Uar, for a will receive it by return eapfea*. together with one Iboasand circular* autftlw ligkt to tell ia the county bo or *Uv derignate*. If other* *ead for the tame county, Ike money wU/b return •d to then fre of ci|Mai... to make o, itictrott ",‘K m and circu/ar* if yoa dare run the rl*k of Waif. ' h .f b or tfar •apron *gtou of (hi. ctN a I// *huw that the bmine i* honorary aaj wjoare/y rondocted. An Ink Powder wlff be ■wat by mail |o any ad.lrea*. frw uf vliarwc. ra receipt of forty cent*. Addrct*. writing your name, town, county "nd Htatc dimincUy, 7 AMKHIOAK INK fOMPANV, Maarhenti-r. JC. ||. TMOMAH W. LANK, ffhu i/ VT ,h * iom>tanll U ** W ‘V-W -4jr(. A VALIAULE FARM AT Trustees Sale. THE Subscriber, ns Trusts and Com mittee of the Person and #itate of -states 1,. Gist, and by virtue of a Decree of the Circuit Court for Cnrroll county, o* a Court of Kquity, passi-d by Abner Neal, in i-auae No. 34. in said Court, will offer at Public Auction, on tk premises, on Saturday, thr 2nd day of .VurcJ, 18(57, at 1 o'clock. P. M.. Ike ddlowittf Hral K* ' state, viz; A FARM, cui.tupup| 183 Acres of Ziand, I mors or less, situated in Carroll count* about 4 miles Sonlh-Kast of Freedom, m] I within half a mile ofth* liberty Road, and about two miles from the Liberty Tun.pike, adjoining lands of Allen Hdoneii, Hamm) ’•Bcuii'-U, Kdaard Ireland uihl others. About IWAcroaof Uiis Farm is deaml Imad. kid off into ticlU, well lenoed, in a food 1 KTUHI FIU.MK RoU.SF, rood Bank Barn, Gotti Ih'Uic A r llogllokUK'. Ihdrv, Av . is also <> lh premises, • hmrgt Orrhntd uf Aflplr Trre$ } and also other Fruit Trees, such as Pear, Peach, Ac. Persons winking to view the prcmUn previous to llw day of sale, will ht shows Ike same by William Mraiw;|.-*t<Mn t eh,(tq fmsM.—Owf t kir\3* *pdrtim. money shall Ik* paid by the purchaser ri purchasers to the Trustee on the day of sale. I or upon the ratifienfion thereof hv (he said • ond the residue shall be paid In two equal payments, the one to be juiid in one ; year, and tho other in two years from the day of sale, and to he secured by the note* , of the purchaser or purchasers, with sec’J j fy Ui benf proved crify the Tntsife, b arias interest from the day of m2*. JOHKPH M. OIHT. febll-Sl Couiinitlec and Trustee- GROCERY AND' Provision Store. CYRUS 0. STGNESIFER, RKSJ*ECTFFU,Y inform, hit m .n.l trn-nil. that tin ha. lonimrt Col >'i.-l. ftfnll IknU In* .8! i Reef nad smoked Beef smoked and fredi Sausage, newly cured Ham*. Shoulders sod Cider Vineqgiv Hwcet Cider aud Applet, Pried f rom. (<,, Groceries and Pruißlons of all kinds. Tntmcoo and Cigars, Cann d Fruits and \>f*<ahli of the purest and frenhest the ntarkets end afford. ' *1 tin- *linrti-.t nolle*, fome nd *rc f< jmirwlYe.. r .-111 ..-If the nlvc p,*), 4 the loeeet mnl fnont neeommotlgtln* term. ; Oiipoiie Peter l.mgenfelter', llotef (for* ! erlv (Irnw -,) It etrttoiniftM. Md, I CYRVS I). HTONKSIFEP. WHISKERS IJWUSTACHES! I.VIIW'KD In gm upon the imoothM J Jkfee to five week, hy nag Hr, " HKWAVSATBWI CA * ILI-AHIE, (be moat wounerfid diaomarr in modem .cicnre, acting upon the llei) and Hair in an almost miracnlons man Ml | R ha< been useil by the elite of Paris ml | London with the moat Haltering success - i Names of all purchasers will be registered, and if entire satisfaction is not riven it pnid, ffl. Cwcirlam and tos moninß mutlcd Vce. Address BKRdKt SHUTTH A CO., demists, No. t£m* StreeG Troy, N. Y., Hole agents fcr tkt • Ajiitod State's. fehlf ty BEAUTY! kmhmr, 4£2*% - I RliEl V FUI!SEn I.E CUkVMI One anphaiiinn orrnlM to cotl (i nw* *r*igfi! nml hair of cilhec wu i*l tivy ringlet*, nV hf-oty Hi Docs no nfcA | tkA , l||*- krij|^lMmgjfl£nsii itculird mffffwoSTpnub dUtiTTS k at, I'hemirt*, No. *B6 RM dtiwt. Tror, N. V , Rot, Agent* for il - "fei,i.| r riv&r'uis l>‘ 'l' Circuit (\urt/ur Oi. roll Cou*H j t-t (dounfy. Febrcahy P*Ujr Dalle y’d. 1 ! T}Y virtue of o ord dlilenWrM, * | AJhiT the Coart tk wJ®n&afc£ klCMißSVssfflaS u, Ilk-their claim*, properly *nthentic*l ith the Clerk of the Ciiouil Court fcr Cl roll county, on or before the I6tk dr April u*t 1 othorwiee they mag hedcUrn of the Unueiu ut tlx- trnat (bud. A. D. KCKAEkFKR, febU-4t Auditor. A COOD>ARM FOR RENT, ai thvfe Office. •Mff*Sale Bills qf all kinds printed at lN Office*