Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon, February 13, 1862, Page 2

Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon dated February 13, 1862 Page 2
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•AMT MARY’S BEACON L*C%Altn TOWS MO., TH9AIIMY VOXMIMO. IKB- 13. IMB — * m To Correspondents. "Ths W*nW /Viper.** ft poetic’ OM lubolion hy • Jaiy contributor, will be publish d m omr next ietwa. * ' r ■ ijbu. Passas to tad from Washington. We h. vc been .iwr.hurixed tu State, that jassctJg''r* from Washingtoi to this pin ni from U**re to Washington will be re paired brrvaftur to be furnished w ith pus hes before thej will be permitted to pro **d, and ffat no psttes will be granted, ieept to tiidre taking th * oath of all-gl ance. Passengers from L onard Town lu Washington cun otratri passe*. wc 1.-arn, d application to Capt CafUn, the ndlita tt commandant at th> plara. upon the ccudiCon ab..vc jafei. Expulsion of Senator Bright Thn *atc acuon of the United State* f ctiftte. in the etpfibino of Senator Bright, will be bard;y regarded iu these times as an extraordinary incident. Bui it is 11 ujthelcrs, a little ei‘r*uruioary. it i< tree, the Sruate of the United States ia invested by law ttiih (he power to deride ail question* tecring upon the i jf membrr'-hip, hut, it U likewise true, that the framora of tlad law never contemplated it* perversion to eiieh ma lign and unciv ilifid usee They never inenit.d the! it should hr* used as an instrument of Inrul npfwesruin. nor did they contemplate its adaptation to pur po*-* purely sectional ot political In ra.l and hippo r dayT. It r flpplicatiot was not imfr*quntly in vogue, but. we remembe*. even-handed justice. u t [M)diical affinity, was then the stan dard by which its construction was guid ed. Wo w*U remember the day, when whig voted for democrat and democrat fnr wrhiig in instance* iu which this law was cvnkftd; nor could the press or the mas**, ot evm the fear of political peo*riplion. drive members of the old American Senate from the course of rec lirudc or the path of honor. Now, let us take a glance at the case of Mr. Bright and examine the causes atcigr.od for lam expuhton. It is charg ed. that, about the first of March last, he gave a Mr. T. B. Lincoln—a loyal cit- we presume, from the name—a Utter of introduction to Jefferson lavis. in this Utter, a new and approved pat tern **f fir- arm w.i rtv.uuincndud. ami Mr Lincoln alluded to as its inventor Now, it may be #.aid that trouble* were brewing at that time, and. that it was unpatriotic m Bright to write such a letter i bu\ when wc remember that the letter bore dale anterior to the outbreak of the Southern “rebellion,” how can it bo regarded as a treasonable paper V Wherein, tleo, ha# Mr. Bright tinned and upon what ground ha* hu been pro scribed as a traitor ? But he ho* done more--even worse than this -say the ad vocate* for his expulsion. By his own k-dfOvctiou* he is a traitor at heart, for he admits that he voted hr John ('. Breckinridge 1 This may bo very good logic, but, if so. wo ask, upon what ground do the supporter* of Mr. Well hull owl Bell became ft “rebel/' whilst Breckinridge was still true, and was hounding on the Tcnnsssraus to the work of resistance, whilst Breckinridge was still laboring in the cause of recon struction Why, then, seek the degra dation of Mr. Bright, and honor am? applaud Mr. Garret Baris ? Bat, w forget, the one Ka* fully apo.-'tatixcd to tyranny and oppression, whilst the orb er, pcahap*. alili entertains some *Ugb >*!>er*uun tor (ho Constitution and the pas*. Indeed, it to as. a coalition la* been formed, from which, under the com pact, th- democracy‘-Mr. Andy Johnson scepted—ban been excluded. And, thin coalition, it further seems, ha* woikcd much good both to, It* members and ibe Government. It has gone further in the good work of subjugation than oven McClellan and his Marshals. U has n i only subjugated Maryland and K'tvueVy. tat preserved Bast T*<nossce and Wes tern Virginia from the corrupting Influ ences of rebcTdom. With the assistance of ike Baraaide expedition, it is shortly to r<.-ckim North Carolina and has already load* Mr. Marble Nash Taylor a Gover nor It has divided Missouri, and made a hero of Mulligan and a demi-god of Lyon. Last, but not least, it haa pre sented our lalu Governor. Hicks, with a full sot of silver, and paid a ten thousand dollar mortgage upon his farm in I>or ch*ste*. n Theta art ao mt of the fruits of this coal ition. and. wo may further add, to its potency and pliancy Mr. Bright is in <b*bf*'d for his eipuLiiio.' Many repub licans were, originally, averse to the in'-ature; and, bat for (he special pleading of Bai ts and *4hs .jaiawhieh eh*i|uewec of Jukmmrn, remm and justice wight hate dictatid s eiffeieet policy, and averted iha entailai4 *of this lotting disgrace vp m the Aoicritan Senate. I * I War and Other Hews I The favorable change ia iHe weather. |/or tbe past few days, ha* wpwia revived •. .at and 'bo North, the old ; I I A i cry of “on to Hichirntul.** Indeed, it auw eoaecued eMiaU aidca thali 5 * with- ,lhe: opening f Spring, a geueval Federal, advauot will comiseiiice and the work af { | subjugation rillier speedily achi. vrj or j I neecwatlly abwdwA. The army of lh. f i Potomac’, it i* how '.hanght. will be lh<* { last put Iu motion, a* efforts will tc first made to weaken lb** Confederate* sf 1 • Mauassa* before that stronghold *haH b* * : ssaultd To (his rod, the columns un-, | Jet Bud. H tUtfvk, Burnside and Gher man will make a simultaneous advari%t* • •s early as practicable; and. when the* 1 § MaoasMh line shall be weakaaad (o aepel j th*’c mighty h sts, G r *>- M* C'vllau will •at out for Riehatoui. Tb South app*fftt s j Itu be cognisant of the*e plan* aqd io be ; • m-iking itrer.u *u - exertions to thwart them. • How far they will su. ccrd. we prcsurti'*. ( | the li.Xl vs'y day* will determine, but. , | 1h.3 inu< h is manifest, uulrss victory shall j , j crown the Ved- .*al arms the independence ) lof the H k >uth is a foregoiif. conclusion ? !J P | Tic n.ut be subjugated thr corning ; | Spring <*r allowed to go her war. for a| \ depleted i’r.i4ury and gri*w ing diacontcnt at the North arc matters, far too seriou* * iin their character, to be overlooked or I ■_ _ i trifled with K <*pirg %u immense army i on fv><>t. and piling up mountains uf debt j 1 upriij the people, may I** tolerated for a 1 | time upon the faith of promised rewards. ! : hu! the a*t*rnafi' • f victory or pe-iee w-j | .predict, will, bo speedily whispered Into j 'the tars of the Government On ward, j j will hoK’nft.-r be iho watchword, and j j Kedt-ral siuCck* or a speedy peae- luu-.l I : iiievital ly follow The news from the West sho\v< r* fjnh } | { i **r >Ui cess of the Federal arms, attended i t ' with the capture of Fort Henry on th , Tennessee border, together with the garri- , j .sun and armament tf the Fort. Gen j jTilghman. the commandant jf tho Pottj jand a native of this Stale, is reported to • 1 have made a very gallant defence, but was • finally compelled to surrender with his en- J tire force; numbering tnun 00 to UK) men. | The Federal flotilla, which co-operated j ! m .... I | with Gen. Grant in the attack, is said to j have been well peppered by the fire from | the Fort and to have sustained comddera-! ble lo>* of life in the engagement. A Fed- j erul rumor, charges that the Confederates ' outrfidc of the. Fort, comprising a brigade j oi more, retreated without firing a gun | I and left their artillery and a considerable I ■ number of emall-aruja behind them.— j Whether or m* this be true, is purely a j ( matter for individual speculation. There j arc also divers reports iu print of the late en-1 > 'gagemental Somerset, which although they ' vafy a* to minor incidents, all tend to confirm the defeat of the Confederate force*. From f Southern sources, we learn, that Gen. J Crittenden, who commanded the Confcuc ! rates at Somerset, is now under arrest j up‘>n the grave charge of * ‘holding trai- Uoruus correspondence with the cue my.” llt is stated that a negro was arrested, 1 prior to the engagement, with letters up on I f person, froth Crittenden to the I Federal commandant, giving a detailed account of the Confederate strength, for tification*. Ac. at Mill Spritrg*. to I that Itrfher evidences have been produced both |of his incapacity and complicity with the | enemy. Col. Battles, the party into i whopc hand* the trailorau* corre*poDdene I fell, states, that to the treachery of Crit | tendun alone is the disaster at Somerset {to be attributed. He further states, that | Crittenden was in tho habit of visiting j j tho house of one Wosf, a Union man. j I' and that he availed himself of thi# moan* j of communicating wi.h the Federals. } j Great excitement exists ia Tennessee*, it is , | stated, since tho rccipt of Battles' report, I though there are many who still believe jthat there is some mistake ab -ut the , | matter. Tiuic- and a r igorous iuvrstiga- I 1 liuu will, we presume, decide the tpie?- tiou and show whether or no' the pre • sent age ho* r**prodticed an Arnold, or ! whether the pret* at the South, like that' at the North .* is given over, to lying. Report* fn<m Missouri skc.w un material change iu tho status of affair* io that quarter. < There is nothing notv from the Burn i side expedition, except rumora of a serve* - of attacks upon Koauoko Island all of . which have been repulsed. This great en . terpnse is now generally regarded a* a ; failure and it ha* ceased to-axcite the in . Ccrett that formerly attended it* move i incuts. As we heretofore predicted, the [ Government will bare Iu rely upon wme . thing ebw lhau these Naval espetVttioo* for the suppression of the “rebellion.'*.— . The Fort lUyal, iUtteraa aud Fhip Is , land expeditious have, aa jet. ootue to . nought, new is there a probability that . thfjr-W'ill effect anything towards the great i .work of subjugating the South. , There is nothing new from Po.tr t* Mor f rue or Fort Pickens. i Affairs ith Congress and the MaiyUr.4 i Legislature are ■progress! vg about as wms i at Seaalor Bright basffiooo cw^sljUdbrass the V. S Senate, with tha escpcko of . i which. nothing Ln transpired of special ut rest to onr rcs'lera. Ilia th.n Icn. Stunt, the Pcde nl commandant upon h * upper Potomac,, jlon Uwn arrested upon the charge of bold ■*g aoamu nival iu& with the “r< tda? and , •cm hr Port Lafay.-ue lr Ivy*. th i Washington cnflte *p of lit Nt# I 1 York ia* bc*n tile a tar Wt through the Baltimore! tfurt. that in Rf.i'cof.ii rmuittrr is atidria. the Itef. Mr. Steward who refur 1 ♦M to pray for I‘reedtUt Liucali*. at it U ■io the r*f alar forme. wwt arretted, on ! ( Sunday last, for tra*o. It it reported that ihe Spanish forces j mol with quite A act ere repulse at a bridge. , I Mur VefX Crux. r<tDily And that the j .\UtMM people ere a uut against the tri- i party invasion. | j A slave negro, named Isaac Gough. , was committed la the county jad, in this : : \ illage. on Saturday last, upon tho cbaige j of committing a ripe Qpoc a white wo | man, named Susan Kills. [ Co'iTiNK.rriL Movkt -For dp purpoor ■of providing pecuniary means to carry on | ; rh.*; revolutionary war, th** Continental : 1 Congress issued bills in different situ, j i the faith of the Confederate l/olanie^ s pledged f..r their redemtxion. The first; : issue was . fune 22. uf S2.6IM>.4W(J. j •ind from time to time other emissions i , cre aulhufitiMl, till the Loginning of ■ |IF6, when $200,900,000 had been , ‘ issued, and non# redeem***!. ; M f * Loosing, in hi- Field Hook of th** t | Revolution, gries a scale of the depre-'j : tuaiion of the Continental money. In J j January. 1777. the paper currency was I i at hvc p*T Ct-iiC. n tecount. In July ii wa-t j •at 25 per cent dkcount. and before i ■ •he nd vf the yenr three dollars in paper j | would not command a silver dollar. In ■ jI7TH the paper currency continued to dc- I j predate, so that in April four dollars in | i paper were equal io one in coin.. In Sep I t< tubr-r the ratio was as live to one. and J I ;il the close of th.- year was six and a half* to one. la 1779 the depredation rapidly , j {‘•mllnueJ. In February tl- ratio tr a 1 ! eight dollars and a half of paper to one ! jof silver; in May it was twelve to one; j j m September eighteen to one, and before j | the close of the y* ar a pap<. r dollar was' ' only worth fmr rtnfs. In March, 176 u. | a paper dollar was worth three cent*: in j May it was work tw*> cents, and in • D*- (comber seventy-four foliar* in paper was! i worth "Ik dollar in silver,. At this point ! ! the historian stop* Tut; I*koiuski> Taxation —The Wash-1 • ingUm currc2>pond'tit of the New York ! ! Sun says: j Tuacs will be imposed upon everything | that can possibly t• ar them. This 1 have! j from the ways and m-a as committee, orj . rath.r from a uc tub- rof It. From what | ■ can be heard from gentleman who are in 1 ! constant Communication with the conunit- ; j tee, I judge that a tax will be imposed j J Upori all newspaper isa ?. by the hun-! , dred or thousand I’pun .ill kinds of bu- 1 {siness paper a stamp duty will b* laid;! fur iiestaucc, up. o note?, contracts, bill of lading, upon all kinds of 1* gal p iper, probably upon all suits brought in the! courts, even down to the justices’ courts, i All vessels loading for homo ports will j have to puy a special tm, bank checks will . do the same, manufacturers will pay i taxes upon th(* goods they manufacture. I disliUcd liquors will pay a heavy tax, snd j it is not impossible that alt passengers or railways will have to pay the govern ment something for traveling. Of course the railway companies, not the individu al passengers, will pay it to the guviun meut. but as the railroads will raiso their j fare in proportion, it will in the end come out of travelers. , /Vow the Journal nf Co,nnur< *e, Foukig* IwTAATiMTfrwi. —The foreign news received during the past few days j cannot bat Lad to the gravest solicitude (for the future. The tone of the French ; news is even more unpleasant than that ! from England, while it is evident that a | strong pressure will be brought upon both j Governments to tndacc them not only to | } rcsognise the Southern Confederacy but to I I interfere by force to raise the blockade. I The general principle is now strongly urgeu that the American war has been tf long duration without practical results, and that the mean** of warfare adopted, such as the stone blockade, for example, are contiary to the moral sense of the great powers of the world. The urgency of the Abolitionists to declare the freedom "of; the slaves and thus create the horrors ofi servile insurrections, is now regarded by their old allies, the English, as an evi dence of the tendency of Americans to! barbarism, and is used as an argument, to | Induce national interference in oar affairs { Wo cannot but feel tb melancholy fact j that America is rugurded in Europe as a I weakened power, with whom ii is pass! blc lo dcal os with riu inferior. Nio Gov ernment ha? yet this view, but pub lic sentiment is trengthening in that di reckon, and it will require great caution j and moderation to prevent such aotion on j the part of England and Prance as will j make it necessary for to assort I her dignity and prove her p.wcr, Amejucav ArrAits Awrgao.—Thurlow 1 Weed the very able editor of the Albany (N. Y.) Evening Journal, and the espw cial friend of Mr. Seward, is now in Lon- j dun. On the 9th of January he wrote toj bis piper a letter of which the following : | is a paragraph, to significant that we plao ,* I i it before our readers:—The moment Far- | •lament meets agitation *f American qaet- j will aoiameitce. The Blockade will l . e at racked from one quarter, while an- j nhet section will demand a recognition of i (he Ind'Tcodegec of the L aJe.!crate Stales,; Nor hft from BngUnd alone that this | land of preasore wilt come., France is; me at wmws rest ret than England under I the Blockade.** 1f;il Amsajoiv U-Vfov. A pamphlet by i M Nidury hs< jnSi spp*ar**d. un -1 der 1 1 hr title of **i/*fVnn Amrrln<iin* H TU | t pi. m The auih.*r. seeing the South* I PfW ?♦.!.• separated fruiu the Nortlier* mwS r *,-k shriliT lyirop might U dedre ihvii lakMsrwpid vLwhfuilthe p.i.iuw! *i Cnion during Us itwtencc . ka Hpii JKeaw.. spirit of ® Ui. us upon Mexico nod Cuba, tho IngV •t tom it assiuatd towards the smaller slate* of S oufb America, as if it olreadr posses sed them ; the *Mtt*T on the Amer

iese Conlinrw*. of any power able :o con } |m! (He growth of tin* great absorbing Re i ptih ic. which has never disguised its nlti ! mat > \lfw* upon Europe, • having more 1 thm i ones jmt forth Uf pretentian to in j terv sn |n this quarter ef the globe, W I make iff influence felt and to propagate I its f rineifdes i sn l datliy, the iinoonrteosr | behntior of the Tutted Stilus towards fnr •*ig n:Ui*n!. whose feelings have often 1 be**t i hurt hy the uncompromising tone of • the lepublican Govrrument, which have < oftef breu obliged to make severe sacrifi ce* in thtir l*vc of pcaec. From all this the lutbnr of the phamplet concludes, that the Ircaking op of the ! T nion, which he com dvfs erruin. will I* a most fortunate oect renes for the peace of the world. I P israxs* i.v FaaJtct.—Tho New York ; Exp vm says : Tle influence that is really at work in iFraibe to iudnee the Emperor to join ! Eng and in recognizing the rebel Confed • erseM, it is pretty certain, is not affection 1 fur Jefferson Pavis. nor any particular de sire o see the great republic broken up I but i he increasing distress among the oper ative* at Lyons and i:i all the olbvr great | mani afacturiug districts. The distress irf j fnpn irly Nttriliutel to-the blockade, which ;shuf!lint French manufacturers from tho i Sour lem market, and prevents cotton from leomikg forward. .Some estimate of the 1 true f\tent of this distress may be formed 1 from the riagle fact that.the whole t.um j Ik.t f workmen out of employment in Ly ioiM;lme. iti the beginning of January Was ii:u. hundred thousand . ar:d of these, j prob ibly two thirds wer<* iud- bted to pri ' v if*' f.w the means of subsis ti'fJ'**! . j A? I soon a.i the French leg* stature bo ly . asseu ible> (it mast be in session now) we i rnny ?xpect in view of rrpfeseuta i tloiiF to hear t.h* breaking of the Aaieri | can Uockade recommended, as the host m**an of keeping the “wolf from th<- door** at home. All the correspondents, writ ing 1 i rhe Africa, bid ns anticipate wine j thing uf the kind, the HritLh government, |of c urse. Joining in. Those warnings • may k- th** offspring <f apprehenrioas that 1 may o-v*-r be realit***!. but at the same i time t would not br safe on our part to I treat tb**m with contempt. | V r#vrii\sT --Peeidedly th ' ruojt bril j liant ml lit ary oampaign in wh oil our T >un | try trier engage.t. wis the Mexican Wui. [during the aiminist atioi of l*i*i*,dct Jl’olk. Kv-Fresi lent Ha.rt*anan was, at that time. Secretary uf State, and tke late t Gove nor Mar*y, Secretary of War. The j most fXten.-ive meut.s had to be provided j for the maintenance of a large army in a I distal t country, and mililuiis of money paKe< through the hand of the govern ment officers. Eat we do not remember : that any one uf them was ev i charged . with peculation or dishonesty. Certain ;it Is t iat not a whisper was ever heard 1 affeerihg the integrity of Mr. M ir*y, and jhe retired from office enjoying the respf ct uf thf whole country. Th'* democra i administration of President Pulk. in that campaign, set an example which might ha ve U*en profitably followed by those holding high places under Mr. Lincoln.— It certainly is not necessary to the success ful prosecution of a war that all concerned in conducting it should turn highway rob • here.— East-m Aryut. 1 A Lawxrr Nontlcsskh —Here wc have a ease to present, in which the irritating and too irritable counsel was completely nonplused. It is as follows ; **l call upon you,” said the counsellor, “to state distinctly upon what authority yon are prepared to swear to the horse's agr ?” “Upon whaf asked the hostler, interrogatively. | “You arc to reply to, and not repeal j the question put to yon.** **l dosen’t consider a man's bound to answer a ques iou afore he's time to turn it over in hi* mind.” “Nothing can be more simple, sir, than the question put. I again repeat: Upon what authority do you swear to that ani mal's age ?** * “’The best authority,” responded the j witness, grnflly. “Then why such evasion? Why not j state it at once 7” “Well, then, if you mu#* hare it—” ! “Must! I will hare it.” vociferated the IcowncclW. interrupting the witness. * “Well, th*n if you must aud will have it,’* rejoined the bott’e # with impertUibi bli gra\ity. “why, then. I bad it myself from the horse's own month V * A simultaneous burst uf laughter ran : through the court. 'The judge on the | bench could with difficulty restrain his I risible muscles to judicial d'-corum. f - The H vw-ALLt (*OKtitArroEß. : — ln the ; history of this war, according to the Al bany Evening Journal, tho meanest at ; tribute* of nature have received a striking ; illustration. After stating some of tb<- J startling developments of fnnd brought | out by investigations by different commit |tees, she Journal says: r *tf the cause of jibe Unions fails—^-which God forbid)— the shame aud the gailt must rat not so j much with the army of Jeff. Paris at the | South as with the army of Plunderers at jibe North ” j ‘ • A Tcxnra lYuir. —A di<eow4atir wid j uwer WH-ing the remains of bis lute wife I lowered into the grave, he exclaimed with 1 tears in his eyes, “Weil I’ve lost hogs. | and I’ve Seat cows, but X never had any * thing to cgt me p like this !** TMroxt \sr to Ttar-crrf , txTs. txzTuß* —The L'giriatute of Maryland, at it* present sc<*un, hat pas.'?d "• * n I rvlctem To h-re iTter tu b* al* I lowed executors slid • IminiAlralore by !h - ‘Orphans* t* *wis f ibis ot to Tb- f 1 IJewing h the m*W *••■ J ‘b** ‘ ,r ’ j • The several i frpha•/ <’ ■i> ’ all fie ihe c<|emi*am* fexcvni.-re within i,lve h the grant of e*Jwiini>lra*ion. ijxad in’*all subs, qpcot ar.-i.iin:* wh -rein dial) chargf witli further assets: trad they jdiall lit tucb coiutuissiun in all cases in which Lite** uf admintatratfon have been r may h. reaftcr be granted, whether commisrious are cloim 'cd by the executor or not ; and all ifom j mtsriona so fixed shall be snbjcet te the 1 tax imposed hy the foregoing section.— | Thii set shall take effect from the date of j its passage.” .JaUl The effect of the act ij to renal the late I faier bidm)low**<*ccUb** to ’ rewmirice ] their commissions, in which cases no tax ! was demanded by the State of Maryland '} Hereafter off executors and administrators : will be charged the same proportionate (ax for the u*e of tho Stahl, whether they • take their commissions or not. 7 J.. A DnaM.MA —At the recent rlecliwi in THitoil fur members of a Constitutional • Convention, the Hemocrats acbevvd a §K*rioui victory. Ltcrall? sweeping the tats. Consequently, the Convention, which Ua juct convened at the .State Cap itol, contains a large majority uf Dciuu .‘erats—in fact, nearly three-fourths uf th< I body are membera of that party. The i Republicans are very much worried at ! this, aud are fearing (poor souki) lest the ! Convention should, by its action seces i sioniac the State Hut a lucky idea oc j cure to them in the midst of the’r gloom • and dei'paudency. which is. that the Gov -1 ernmeut should arrest by a Irltre de cachet | the Democratic members of the t.’ouvvu -1 tiu and eoufino ih< tu In Fort Warren- Tiiis ridiculous propoyiiiun we find tu a I letter tu the New York Times from Chi l engo. Such a proceeding would be a j slight stretch of power, th** letter admits, j but then just to think of the unparalleled ; audacity uf the Deuioerats in out voting ‘ th ItopubHcans. t * ’ 4 ■ Strvn'oe. r*rr Tu* t. (n page 203 of ,ib ? 9th volmjic of J. tfersoi/s \V<rk> nil! b<* found the fullowing uK uioraiidum : “December tho 13, 1803.- -Thu llov crcnd Mr. Coffin. of.NVw Kngl-md. who jis now h.*re wdicitiag domttions for a e d i le*g* in Gnvno county, in Tennesre®, telb ime that when he first determined tu en | gage in this enterprise, he wrote a papT ■ recommerid uory of the enterprise, wlmdi ihe uivant t-* get lgpei by clergy men, aud !h sinllai one for pm son* it!*a eiril ehara-’- ! ter, at the 1 of wliieh l*c Mr. ■ Adams. i. put hi* i.j ij. , he t. -ing il; n i President, and tle appliearion going aouly { 1 *r hi? nainy nul im f.*r ud*ua i<n. Mi ; Adams, after i>*a ling the pap t and c*jn : si*lering, said, *h** -aw no possihility of • eotit’nming iLn anion uf the State.-j b.ut j their di>*iluti >n uveosoarily take I plae ; that h • ther-.l re s.iw no [>rupii t\ tin rerummetiding t* New Iviglmid m tj . , prom >tc u literary iu-ritmi<*n m the South: j that it was in fact giving strength t** rLt*-**- ! who wen: tu be their ••n<*inie-; ml, th, re- I fore, he would have nothing to do with ; it,* ’■ ! War v*. Labor - It Is really aim *M ! enough l make on** despair t.f the pao | gross of mankind. t find th-t so me: king i like 4,71H).000 of men at the very lowest i computation are under arms in Europe laud America, either for protection, or tie catling of throats, as the case may be | Here is a list : Army of Austria. 725.- 1344; Prussia. 710,000; Russia, 8,79,000; France, 026,000; Great Britain and India, .734,827; Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Por tugal and Italy, 303,497; United Stat u; 500 900; Confederate States, 250,000. Total 4.620,068. The cost of maintain ing, eloih'ng and paying there men. at : th? low average of p<*r head, b $924,133.600 per annum. The r*f 4,520,668 able bodied men cumuot We cal culated as producing less than $700.- 500,000 p*er annum, so that virtually be j tween the cost (f their maintenance and 1 1 what ;h* y ought to produce, their IsW iwtilixe'd, the loss of the world is $1,624,- ; 633,600 per annum, to say uutkiug of | the valuable lives lost io war. ______ Gk i . Bkaiukoabo.—TkeJNashville Pa * j iridt say*; We have already intimated the probn -1 biiity of Beauregard being assigned the 1 chief command at Columbus, and wc are now enabled to state autboritivety that such is the f|Ct. This announcement will cause a thrill of delight and enthusiasm throughout the South. * Under the lead of this great Genera), our brave men will be prepared to perform deeds of heroic t valor worthy of their holy* cause, aud to 1 drive the last one of the invaders from Southern soil, or enrich it with (heir blood. How's Tons Asterisk?—The “Con gressional Directory,” at the head of tf | alphabetical list of Senators and Repre- Iscntatires, says io a bracket: “The as j terisk (*) denotes those whose wives ae • company th-jm.” This has given rise to ! the ncwaUng word io Washington socia lly—“ How s your arteriskT* being the | coromcti inquire for a congressional lady' * I husband. I • ■ j wb*™wnnnßp I itlarrieft. On the Tib instant, HICFIAftD II ARNOLD to MARY K. CHLSKLDfNE. On the 12tb instant, by tht Rev. Mr. Hoskins. JOHN W.' WOOD B URN t ANN r. matting ley. Diet). • * % < • • >’ !. (At Trent flail, in this coutr. on Ftidnj. the 7th intent. JURY daogh tel ot Dr. James and Clara Fhaaaas. aini .about 5 years. : tiiKcron suf. *• hy bv," i uvc i ifu'. tt> f . •’&# •■. fet r .i*l*ig ifoj.cri* t-.> • State *..i r tee* 4 the b-**l charge* ! I the y<wr* firf 3:-j • . i : I" 1 ”? “BUY,” ‘ the property *4 J-hi* i 4. GuyUtcr K-! An.l 1 )H*r*hy ***• n<ia>. thxl on THFR9- N) Vl. the fell* of M irch next. (if fair, if n.t, f !.* n-xt fur day tlwreafWi ai the OHK.\T r i MK.l.s' BTOftl£,-iu the Fnetory iwi’U the jpyrs 12 o'clock m. ami 3 o ’. I clock. p rtvTl wiF proceed to *t PnLite ; Auction fi.t aU*v itjumi property f*r r*sh, ' t satisfy Slat*- ami < ‘••ntify Tax** and tue ‘ : ivgal charges theroin. a* above mentioned. r I GfcAlUGti H. DKNT, | Culhrtor. ( Fb 12 Ik. 1802 -t. - ' ' CO-PARTNERSHIP. ' filllE CiMrl hive tin* )v entered ; I into ii 00-IM KTS KUSIHP, under the name ami .style *f FERfiUSSON & TYSON, (for the purpose of (inducting the i GROCERY & PRODUCE COMMISSION BUSINESS, AT niK OLD STAND* -Vo. I’2l Ijomhurt / Street. CIIAUI.ES FEROrsSONV . IIKSHY O. TYSON. .: i m- rrnw.Ks fkkgusson w-miid re. t fu'i y t)i pannage of hie w ld frit-m!* !*r the new linn. , Baltimore, Feb. Ist, 1862 Teh. 12iii !*62 -2m. i iMm |-|~ '■ —li- i'' •.!■■■’■ if ■ m NOTICE OF DIVIDEND. OV apj.M.swi n *T AI. M. Flav ian an 1 Geo. Tf*ii M idd-ot. ud;ni'hutratur* I Geor*o Haydn. Info nf Sf Miry 4 * countv. deee.i-,*- i. ,: It r* • edered by tl<* c ml. that the kml ,k|- . mim.>trit.*rN 'nitity the creditor* .f fh - .iid i deceased, l<* die th-ir chum* ea4r*t thf* . I daeeaef-d, ifi the UugSstvr *f Will-*’ (tmro on . *r I tel ore it e lfth day of May. I<hi2, f.r div > blend, and tliat thi* <rl*n b* piibp.itvl in tl;o ! St' Mar\ *.> IJcarnn, nUt’e a neck, Until the said . I. r .!h of May, IX;2. 1 1 .’ J T. M. RAI.F.Y. H-vinter >f Willi*. •* f Sr. Ma,rr'ii •*•; ;*, M}. 1 j Ffh. I ?th„ ! SC 2— S*n. ■*.■— > ■■■ r"ip; —. ■ i.i ■ ROAD NOTICE. \ . I OTlt ’K N h*rrhy cten. that the unde-. ‘lx riyi.el intenue apple t. the l.ni.te | G.iiHii<M.uern t t Sr. Mar, * r.aintv t.*r ihe i |r■ v I'f chtsin ; a Puh-Jr Ku■ 7, ’* i.-f, i t i\y ; tlrr h Firm. \ ujrnmAi.i* rn!< r:. Frb. I3ih. 18 ;*J -•}<.!. soTtf r. to rnr.niroßs. NOTICE I* teretiv Unit D<* >Q| rrn her< I*h k otnuii.fii t‘r* in 11:• Oiphane’ ! Pour' r>* St. Mary *e I'niii.iy in i*rt- Ut- of iolimi, iefrntioti m it.e persoan! •* • - ;*f J* *-,•! tbrlifff, tn e **f *.*;>t nwity. it*-- ee-*er,l All fer*np ha* me i-laiini* n-nnnit il.e j *unl ile<*- aie i -r-hy warned io exhinji the ii i'ii- uiii ilw pro: -r vouchee tliereof, lo the •• i- v-ri; *r .n i t.i foi * Otr I. <Jay of \ni' , i i*ltier\vikr il.-ey mny b- exrlml-8 he !Uw fr<NU all benefit of Ihe jiaid mint-, (iiveis ; unit-r .mi hand* ihie ,13ih <k.r uf Felirutiy, H 6 ■. ANN C HERBERT, ♦ RirilAttD PAV.VK, Admimstratorn. , Te'..i3li, l-*62—w. MMIKISTMM SUE ; order of the Orph.int*’ Pourl of .St. ; I ■> m . ry’> county. tU* undcratgucd. a.-* . udiumistratoi'J of J nicph Herbert, lato ~f M irv’.i countjr. dect-tied, will sell ai Public rfale. at the lit*; rcsideuce of the (j aid in (lhaptieo district, about . } lro aud a half milait fr >u: the vilbg>'. of . ! (Miaptiua, ou MOXI>A Y. the 2 Xth <f F< h . : ruury, imatnnt, (if fair, if not, the licit fair [ day theroaft* r.) all the personal properly •' of the ji-ii-J di-ceascd, ( tug roes excepted^ . I couinting **f— r HOGS, HORSES, CO \Vs\ j 2 YOKKOFOXCW CAT OLE, SUKKF; cony axf) vnovEXDKR, crop of tobacco, ba coy, HOUSEHOLD AXD KITCHES’ FUR SIT ORE, FARAHMG IMFLEMEXTS, : and many other article's boo tedious to | mention. j Term* nf Salt.. — For all *iu* of and | tinder, tUe cash tiill Ur required Ou j turn* above a credit of .*ix months will be given, *h? purchaser giving note with security to he approved by the adminisfra lorN. bearing mtcreet from the day of iiale. Sale to wummenee at 10 o’clock a m. RICHARD P.VYSB. ANN C. HKRUKRT. AdminiMirators. Feb. Cth, T fa 62 -ta. NOTICE. ' | FOVt THE FA TVXEXT Rl YER via • FAIR HAVRS AND TU M POINT. * trf mLu Uj > •very WKI)NK>iIAV MUKMSIr bat , pa*t eii uVWk tor the Patna- .t Kivixr. K* - turning, will Dare IjiilPr Laniii*g ; Fndar mon irg ft.r Benedict, having Pe* ♦ ■ diet cirry Satur*U> ut> tiring at f " vkxli f t | !lallirn-re. flailing at all tlw* usual k . * the Hirer, alM> at Hum To ut und P *ir * 1 Haven, going aud returning. 9. L, WEEMS. V Jxe. aoth, lIC3- if. I

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