Newspaper of The Washington Standard, April 26, 1862, Page 1

Newspaper of The Washington Standard dated April 26, 1862 Page 1
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vol.. 11. lilt VHIIUm ST.Hl.lltl —I • l««l . if Evil \ -*n U*• vV H'»UMN«* |:\ JOH \ TIILLCR HIKI*IIV. IMiior ami 1 *i*<»j»i-i«*t«»j•. fcub*« rl|»fion Rules: - ■S ■ ■ .. . \1 „•},- »•• /vi' i m I/;/.)' /a i /»!'.• ><■/'. «<)K-rlI«lns Itatri: n*i *! |*i.ir<*. »n<- iti-.-rtiiiii. *'• I , i Mill uml iifrrlion 1 j;, I ir 1•. |*-r <|wtrtrr. •"• i f \ |il.cm! il>-i|ii.-li»n wi!l I" mini* in l#iv.>r fill who ftmr of*p»«fd». . ;.if y.ir. lv t f \ ■ of li'.rll: ! . m irri ~' i: !-I ''•• ,■: ! 'in'. ,> JSVimU'. Hi!! 1!..h1-. !V!N .if Ft. t'ir-u!i»r«, ('iMhfW<i I'.na; !.!«-t-. A' .<• x. <• ut• I . (..•ii ili!" niti'f. ii«f \ll .■ii!!i<iiiinii' ition«. ttln'tln-r mi Im-im in- t.ir |il>li:* itiuii l«l lie iiiMn i-1 i>» tin* < ii ilur »l l!l«' \V.\SHIMiTIIN STAMiAUII. IlKt'll'K—ln H.irin'-'.-i I)u:lilinir. corner ot M:r: iiinl l'ir-t streets. m-itrlhr sU'iiiulmat lan«iiujr. For Sale! IIO.MESTEAIM ASD TIM ABLE Itl'iAL ESTATi:. Building Lotofrom $lO to £2OO Each! M,o, 50 Y\tru l.'it* awl JiiiUrf Works if linm'itit' I X the City nml county of Sun Francisco, on the line of the Sun Joso Railroad, at the \VEST h>I> DKI'OT. The title is absolutely PERFECT, BO'tiir :I Spanish Cirunt. finally continued an.l }i.«t cutcii by the I'nitc I .States. The Shaftcr Hill respects this Title. The City Authorities respect it, The District Courts ami Supreme Court of the I'iiitcJStates respect it. 1! 'sides the Til If hat hern forerer quieted by a Final Decree and Judgment against the City ! S > th it there is not even a cloud or shadow upon it. Whoever purchases one of these lots will buy a lot and not a lawsuit?" I i.'i.-e Xo. lf> X.iKlce's corner of M i it • iMi-rvand Merihiint'sstreets. San Francisco. IIARVEY S. IMOWN. April 12, ISC'.'. MEMORY M. M'GILL* [IJ.XTK SECRETARV OF THE TBRRITORY.] ja.-fcto3ria.oy—Law, Cunimhtioner of the Court <>f Vtoims vj I . S. —A?fD — Coiiuiiissiocr of Dee lsfor Oregon and Wa'Uington. I!<IJ devote special attention to the prepara \\ tio:i of the ucecssary papers to accompany claims under the act ot March 2d, IHiil, for the p iynient of the war debt, and to business before the I', S. I.and Ollices. OFFICE —Ou Miffn St., Olympia, \V. T. [-11] F.envARD A. laoiisi: x to., IMPOWTEIt.S AM) DEAI.KIIS IN MIS, TOIIOM Ml) MINUS, "Y! TOl'M> inform the trade in California, Ore- Tf B"" nl «l Washington Territory that tin v hive opened a new establishment for the sale of DOORS, WINDOWS AND ULIXDS of every des cription. One of the partners residing in Boston (wun lias shipped the above goods tothis market since enables us to keep a thorough and extensive as sortment. which we will sell at as low prices as aiiv in this market. Parties sending for goods by letter can rely 011 having the same at as low prices as it ordered in person. Orders by letter or otherwise will be promptly anil faithfully fulfilled. We also attend to the buying and selling of oth er merchandize. EDWARD A. MORSE A CO., 11 and 111 California St., asd 114 and IHi Market st., San Francisco, and JOHN IIALL, !":> l'lack stone St., Do: ton. lOnn.i «KO. L. KKNSV J - ALKXAKUKIt (Late of H. 11. Bancroft k Co.) ROOKS A.KD STATIONERY. •>1 II V VOLS. !. VW HOOKS. "•)' M ' 10.000 Vols. Miscelliiucous Hooks. 1,,-,\ ,»|s. School Hooks, j.iou •• Medical Itoeks. j/ntii Re ini- Letter l*a|* r. .'.oil Reams Cap Paper, f, 11 Itcams Legal Cap. and .",1111 It- itn< Note Paper. I • '>"■» Envelop**. assorted. I'nr tie at the lowest rate* l>y KKVW * VLKXAXDKR. * aiid • 1 s M'tulgi'ijei * .siiitt. I : .n*"if " Jinr 1 "01. .11 ml, OLY:I?IA WAGOI MANUFACTORY. St 11:1 i*t & >' LDiufrrru the it y I lan I the ..i, k . i.tmlri that t!i-. are MW maun lir . H .1" ti\> I'AK KM ■ • i-r 1 - i.|,iiuni. fnim tin l< ; •! iro|«'r»»J i«.iiriial. !■> «IJH r;.a ■«. l a<„ k tiea. t'-r * hi' h WHEAT ailhet >m ,ti 1 U u«- .. In. r> !at tu> Tuu.w»trr u...; . Miop ecru'l . d .ad Ctim.wk Oly Deeriuber I*. lit#. 4tf € Hr. ROHRIIS Importer art Ik-ltr ia TYPE. PRESSES. FIUTTUFG XATULLAL INk>, CARD STUCK *c. \o«. 11l and IWlta) Mrwl. > > Fnnelwo, January ilk. l*Sl .l*:le Take %«llre. 11-.:,. aad . t>• r the lit nf Anril I *:' ldo * «i --* m tbrt'ASH BYSTIW KX< tr«l U V V 'el ti, I tie \\ aihiuglou ll'itcl mil »a.i Hid 2 ' .'. ..i. ' li .t« '» ~:i A * 1; ALI uin. . .. . March "•! C'.'.l (itirtlcn Lund OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON TKURITORY, APRIL 20, 1802. A Dmtnt fretted Appeal- U . .loir mi' »./' //■ vlii.-li ;- .1* :i. - ~ i u iili timely mul pr irlii'l :;.N i.. <h: c<»nn*t* tli :i~ • w -: IT i> .m nl.-nhite cru-ltv f.>r any man «!n <>m** itiinTlii r. in tin »»• time- I" ]n n:ii' ''i M, ity tu |ii- iilii iii hi* li.ii:>!". I I:* re .•in* tinn when :> mi • ! .'••!! r niy lift n i:.« until' . from tin In-art m' n man who i- ' r.l »l; .ii-.ni'l-. * jiiil.li-ti -r ir-rr.iti «1 in •—r • ; nt I iil' .-in >«'< i i:i : fennci iii-. • -.-If. "for a l«iiL-ti-!M- I l..ui Iwen |ir. j rinjr ».i hi. <-t a liank >1.1.1; it «a- « large m:-.i t-i m,—oiilv iviti- in tin- world I hail against ill.-. I'avdnv . iiiic. anil I wan Hot pri parol. M* «it".- ai:-l I li.nl tnlke.l il m.i nr-tiy ii:in ». Sli.- lii-a\i-l;. .1.-ni' I:> r-• It i i -a •m-ilili- clothing. .and arranged thii'jr-* iii :he kit In-n mi a- ti •!i::ii!ii-!» tin- Is;•!ir-|n-ii.- ilde niitlax -tn th smallest pos-il ! ■ an. mi.t. Va ri u» - >:is v.h" win- owing hail j.r.«tiii-.-«l tn il.i nil in tin ir pow > r tn h.-lji us>- in tin* • ivrjvnrv, |.ii" 1 went so f;.r jis to pl.iiulv -!au- niv case, .--.nil ;i 1 m<•>t plead with them tn iti tlii ir In -t. thi-ir very best. lint wlc-n thi- ni' ill.- iln-aili-il <lav i-ann-, thi- un -hiiiii- In iuht ami lirantifnl, lint tlu-n- \v.-:s no lii-ijrhlin->f nor hi-anty in it tu im- ami mini*. When tin- litth- i-hihlri-n ranie to tin 1 hn-akl'is! tnlih' thiTc was siu-h an oniinms sili-nri' ili.it, without a:iv lvii-rriUT ln-itJ.tr maili- to tin l i:!l --ali-ni-liiiisr suliji-ft, i-vi'ii tin-v sirini'il to ii-,-1 llif jiivfriu-i 1 of nn iiH-.ilms. As is too nfti-n tin- cami in mii-li i-nii'i'jri.-ioii's, om- rcliaiici* fails, ami then another, ami linally w hat a man can't ilo himsi lf must remain undone. However, there at lrtifrth reinaineil only one dollar—a sinjrle ilollar literally was wauling, after gathering nji every penny in the lior i-, even i utrein-hing oil the little savings ot I lie t-hiltlreii. Three o'cloi-k was rapidly ap proaehing, ami the ilreaileil protest! W hat imaginings of ruin crowded my lirain, cnining and going with each successive turn of even's ! 1 could have borrowed the lniserahle dollar from nnv one ol n multitudeol friends; Hut 1 didn't borrow money—that involves reciproc ities, magnified with l.onl Itoss's telescope; la sides, to ask a friend to lend me a dollar— to have to confess I needed a dollar so mu li I could not stand it! A ncighor hid owed me a dollar for a small book; it had been due a year; he had often told me *o send for it, lint I did not employ collectors, and to gi> mvself lo collect n dollar was infra dig. 1 could not stay in (lie House any 1-mg- er. Till! mind wanted rt lii'f. I went out info tin- sllri't :ts aimlessly as any loafing sanntercr that over disgraced manhood. Would you believe it, 1 met t'io very man who owed iiu'lli>- immensely-desired dollar, uml before ln> came within hailing di-tance, In* began to f.H-1 lor l'.is pocket-hook, anil with apologies for his remissness, he handed tlie amount! And what do you think I did? Whv, like many n—don't know what—before, I niude out as if it was of no sort of conso ijuence; that any other time would have done j, SW el!—in fact,"if it had never been |»:iid, it was of no moment whatever; and 110 actor 011 the stage eoe.ld have exceeded the inimitable indifference with which 1 put out my hand to receive the rag. Hut as soon as lie turned the corner, didn't 1 clutch that piper dollar! didn't 1 heel it down to Wall street at 10 —and'better,'by a baker's dozen? Didn't 1 take up that mite, and vow most religiously that I would never give a note in hand again the longest day I lived J Nor have I yet. Itut every time I think of it there is n sinking within my bosom, and an abasement at the remembrance that 1 was still full of poor, weak human nature, in that • I made believe' 1 did not care about that contemptible dollar." Header, there are multitudes of similar cases taking place in New York and other large cit ies and towns every day. If every subscri ber to a newspaper or magazine would but have the homsty to remit a due subscription the instant he lays down this paper—:iav, more, if every such person who has the amount iu his pocket, or at home, would do this at this juncture —an amount of depression, if not of ngonizingauxiety, would be removed from a large class of industrious, hard-work ing, indulgent, and honornMe publishers of n u .-papers, ot books, and of magazines, tint is ntterlv incalculable. mvrii •Mvinjr I'lt of liii»!orv is l lro::i l lie tJ.'j>rcu : " Tlw jM-njilr <>f the Smili rvjranl tin* iv luiltlifnn* n* iliwr nortiil I<MT. of thfir l.itt«r hostility lo thvir in- , i 11«*114*4" tiny an* n*i>»«*«l in to the imxfiit - ••nnn«*nt v Itii ll tiny r<-IM-IIWI, I>III nprfin*'- til)- ri'i'iililican imrty. Tl»* lllrllt 11-« l Il»t tin-Ill.'* Now. • vi-rvtwwlv that read* tin* IH'M -»p tp rs ..f the tiiu.» km.w's th.it this war hid l»;ruti under a dfctii-n-niiie Admiris'rntion. end i •it /•rf'vr the n ~ttlt ot lb* !'n~:»!"iiti .1 • • • 'ti «:ta rea- hed, there had liertl coaimiTicil a eoii-iitr.'.rr the IJoVcrnMictit liv the South, and while a detti'HTatie I'nrident w is \et iu the chair thi*re wetre Itt.tMHl in*ii nndi*r are* in the South. If the war * ».« a«pii i«t tin- repuLlu an | arty <»nly. v, In did th«' Ntulh make war uj n the 1> itjrlaßdemocratic party hv r to !ie«r its stipjiortcr*. by im.li- L : m*_' i:s Sotithern candidal* for the \k» I*r«»- ■d. !!CV. a.id I'V refu-intr t« give i's v..te for Stej hon A. iK'tiida* If l»ixi«* di ■wccacy <- 1 • xcrtinnr.!. why did ii make i»« If a unit eji a SmrhiTii ratniidate for the I'p-stih'nrT, now a r»-b ! in ant.s agiiust the F«aleral I u im .' The mm who Ixdieve* that "d«-nio»*ni rv," Mich as the Erprr** U liev.-s in. ia 11a ti'oiul or cwtitßtMitwl is iitih* better than a • lnuggi'ts."— Mirryirillr • M«m» r> k rim < osrr.tir.iUTr lfc.%!*— I». !ji in** 1 I **i-li U' ■ «'i 1 <-iuk The Lore of Freedom. 11l <-l.|;l|l-Cti II Wi' Il 'III i l|!,i ■ lif ill »!!!:- Vr l .l i it'" - v i'li v I. tl: -•' hr''ipv i-nuii-iiiiii »'.-ive~" iu :!h viiii.iiyuS I'or; if• »y a! clutch th ■ •i: t unit \ to 1., imi- free, n-.nl th • foil i..u : •l:i igi* St. ti.n:-;; -Tui kcr. >-l Virginia. p!*o A | | ' Ibhe I a li tter lo a nn-ta!- ;* ■ I tin* \ irjjini 11. gniatwv in 1901. hi th ■ : i* In- s.i\; •• i'lie live of frv'ihini, sir. i« nii inlmrn !"*n liiuriit. At ill- lir-t fivni-iMi nioincnt it springs forth, and «h fi>-« nil cln-i-k. IY'furr rr »/-«- nn mnfri l f >rar, i/' nirr **' ftn hold out tt '• /»:i of Irrvdtint t'n " ird/ /r, t i tn t't ■ / v nr "m 't ti< tif' i'. In a ilelnte ia th.- Viryini-i I Mt: ■, in tin- Win; rof lv!l—•/, Mr. v ! r -i ! : " I 11\ it dnw n n.-a in i\i:n t. - tub i'i-]>u ti-d. thai our slav, s nre n»« , and i-i ■ r « ill I '-. ai-tii iti-il liv a desire for ii'ierlv. 77,< ■>/ trdf tl/ tt'il //v be dis/Mixi'd tn twit if I'.tiiiiclri t' I tl fitrttrtt/i/e iiji/inrttiiutif b"' r.--v.v» ; tii,!f f/it tr imf it nil rm/t/x. Ii may safely In* assumed that wherever tin' shvesarc as numerous rs the « hites. it « ill ri , i|uiri» otic-hall 1 I tin- l iV-.-tive I'irceof llie whites to keep them ipiii-t." (>u the same occasions, Mr. Mel)owcII, (since (iovcrnor.) of Virginia, said : "Sir. V' ill may place the slave here you please, vou may oppress liini as you plcn«e, you may dry up to your uttermost the foun tains ot his feeling mid the springs of his thought; hut the idea that hi- was horn free will survive it all. It is allied to his hope of immortality ; it is the ethereal part pari of his nature, which oppression cannot reach." hi the same debate, Mr. I'reston said " My old friend (Mr. Hruce) has told us that ilie \'iigini:i slave was h.-ippy and contented. Mr. Speaker, that is impossible. Happiness is incompatible with slavery. The love of liberty is the ruling passion in man, and he cannot be happy if deprived of it." hi the same debate, Mr. Gholson, of Virgin ia, said : "The love of freedom, and the prospect of obtaining it would inllame their hearts and in spire revolution." McCall, in his history of (Jeorgia. alluding to the slaves savs : " This elnss of people, wlio cannot he sup posed to ln> coiitfiiti'd ill slavery, wo ild jrrasp with avidity at tlie most desperate attempts that promised freedom." Tlic Krv. .T. I>. I'axton. of Virginia, who VIIS reared in thf midst of slavery, find had himself hccil a slaveholder, published a vol ume of Letters on Slavery, ill which lie thus Mates the result of his observation: " The slaves—man. woman and child—are tonkin;; for lreedoni." William T. Allen, son of a l'n■sbyforiaii clergyman ill lluntsville, Alabama, published a statement in I in which lt<» savs : " It is slavery itself, anil not the cruelties merely, that makes shivery unhappy. J'.ven those that are the most kindly treated are generally far from happy. The slaves in my lather's famiiy are ;;Inu.*t as kindly treated as slaves can he, but they pant for liberty." t V The body of F. M. Allpbiu, who was frozen last January while on the way from John Day to Des ('hutcs, was found on Wed nesday, April 2, by 51. J. Aliphiu, about i 1 miles from the crossing of John I'av, and some S2-I miles from the Den Chutes. The body was wrapped up in a soldier's coat, and to all appearance he laid down completely ex hausted, and in that condition sunk away. Deceased leaves a wife and two children. From the condition ot the remains, it was im possible to remove them. In the search for the remains, Mr Allphin was aided by John Irvin. The search was unremitting, and \v;:s continued for thirty-six days.— Adrucutc. ' «r When tin- l". S. Senate removed from their old to the new Chum her, several l'clii i:.-;- ling speeches were made, among which one by John ('. Breckinridge, who said : "Js there nil American who regrets the past ! Is there one who will deride his coun try's laws, pervert her Constitution, or <//«»- lift htr /itn/tlr ! If there is such a man,/.-/ In* mrmuri/ ilrm iml to jMtitenti/, hltl '.t With thr I\rrrrtiho/" «/ nil IIHIHJ.IHII. This W:.s before lite rebellion, r.ttd befnv he la'canie kir>w ii as a traitor. I°nwiltiugl\ h< pl ii iiinc.-d bis owij sentence ill i;d\ ai:t e. IA" it b- executed ou bins a;.. I Lis it ..; >ry forever. lltLi\i>\ Dn>.—llaleyoud.iv•- an ofle.i : |H>ken of, bu: v. hat tin they u:e..u, aad whence the plin.se / Halcyon tin uaeieiH nai.ie « a naiue given iu atii:i{ui:> to •. v*u iljts Injurr* <:iiil «i.-> litany afn r tli * wiut<r >-•1 lice; Ufa'-i"' at ili;? nus n :h< lrJcyou. in\ited bv the «vdiiine*i> oi tin wiatln r. laid it» in nestn buili rk st b> lie blink of the i- i; and he.iee the piira»c hauyoii du% ». is fXprt-.-sivi of days of | nace aii 1 trs:ii|ui'- iiv. i.t/' M. (ilataid hat- iuv« nted u li im>- h tli.-.t can ite detached imathe h>>r«e hv uion !\ Inifr a reiu. A brake nl the Mint- time t-toiis the carri.-ipv This |ierutit* t!I • driver IU hie borne Iwrmuit :<» let l.iru jro eutirely fn-e from the linni.caul :u iii..t IK- will not iiijmv hiuix-lf. j * We don't aee how the relteb :ire to ir»*t even with n<. tinleiw they hrftirn to rarrv ■ml their plan «r " invading I'mciunati. l*hi!«- iMj.'uu. and other Nurtln J:I citie*." We ad •. iw .1.11 l> ivin to loiK- no tune, but to " invade tli. North" iutti»«-.li*tcly. We are connidtrabU auuir-.il hy an RC- | eouut thai we l.itelv tuw of a dm I. Tln-rc were »ix mi t uj l th-ground and : /.-»«»/.{ Capture of Fort Donelson Reception of thi Heiri at Wellington.

Mm 'le!!an received the dispitcl an' .inclM tbr fall of Fort Dolielson, hi- *ai -itii.ijj in MM private room with ( tov. Curtin i! I'eniMjlvai.i'i. the Intter consulting rclativ< : tl • disposition «»f ten Pennsylvania regi i ,'s Still at Ifnrrrsbur;?. The (ieiieral apol ! fi»r reading tie- i'\ vateh, which he die w .t!i a mrong but suppr>d emotion, (icn Mvl .• I! :•■» itji'li li.nl; .!; « . jr.ti !i Secretur\ Miii, 1 the rain. Then vtereiMiinc .'JiUI spectator- assembled at tin War Department. t Sen. Met 'lellan in breath h-ss |ia.«'i-, barely announced the fact, when Secret my Sainton threw up his hat and pro. lMMcd ilnee I'Wt'M, whicu were flVt'D amid : lie pea 1 ' -1 e\eite|:ielit. I I <■ .-ll.' TIC • en! of the gr>\it victory ol i D 1 nti.C 'l'. 'fess' by * Met'lellan e.-.u -It!.'• ii."-' I'.-n.i. excitement. In the •"senate, the audience which crowded the gal leiit s i - and give on • trc::iendoits cheer, w lii< Ii \v. s !o!;- w ei! by rela-.t'ed ones, whetl the Vic:' l'r< sid':it s .id such demonstrations did not iutei'fiTe wi:u the business of the Scn ate. tire it laughter was caused by the un iiotiiiceiuent of the fact that i'lovd stole awav. In the House, the scene was equally enthu siastic. 1 Miring the reading of the brief but intensely exciting dispatch just snllicicntly long and fraught with tidings to stir the hearts of patriotic men, there was nil evident effort to restrain the feelings which at its its conclusion burst forth in a ringing cheer and claiming of hands such as were never heard in the hall before. For the first time the professional etiquette of the reporter's gallery was broken, and this at t:!I times or derly, amid the disorderly portion of the holt: .', echoed with the notes of joy which in lull volume rose from (loir to galleries. In vain the punctilious Speaker i truck his gavel to bring back the House to order. None could see the impropriety or infraction of rules in such an indulgence of patriotic feel ing, and the rejoicing went on uuconliued upon the floor. Members sprung frantically from their S"ats and rushed around Mr. Col tax as a common centre, he retreating to the open space outside the seats. Hero congrat ulations went on apacu as ihc dispatch went from baud to baud. Amid the throng the venerable member from Kentucky, Mr. Crit tenden, with his gray hairs, was most distin guishable; and for some minutes, wherever he moved he encountered the eutst retched hands of his compeers, who congratulated him on the glorious event which had cleared < 'id Kentucky of the rebels, who had so long held in thrall the I'liion people of his native State; and heartily, ;md with a beaming face, did the old patriot respond to the gener al I. , ling. The Speaker bad n busy time of it with his carping gavel, but for some time to no purpose, as i: was felt that there was no indecorum committed in such a demonstra tion of joyous and loyal feeling over the vic tories of the I'liion. •• • Ilictt WITIKII T MONRV.— Many a man is rich without money. Thousands of men with nothing in the pocket, and thousands without even n pocket, are rich. A man born with a M iod sound constitution, a good stomach, a good hettrt, and good limbs, and a pretty good head-piece, is rich. flood hones are better than gold—tough muscles, than silver; and nerves that flash lire and carry energy to eve ry function, are better than houses and lands. It is better than n landed estate to have the right kind of a littler and mother, (,'ood breeds and bad breeds exist among men as really n* among herds and horses. Education may* do much to check evil tendencies, or to develop good ones; but it is a great thing to inherit the right proportion of faculties to start with. Tint m:;:i is rich who lias a good disposi tion—u ho is naturally kind, patient, cheerful, hopeful, and who has a flavor of wit and fun in his com|M>sitioii. The hardest thing to get id, lie; wiih in this life is a man's own belf. A crot-s, seltiJi fellow i desponding and com pl lining fellow—n timid, care-burdened ninn —these are all deformed on the inside. Their feet m*iv not limp, but their thoughts do. Tun Jot R.NKY of I.iPr. —The following ru'.e.- front tile papri; of Dr. West ale thrown lop-ther cs general way-;u'rks iu tin' journal et life: " X ever ridicule sacred things, or what oth rs ikiiv ( stivm as such, however absurd • 11:*y may iipjwar lo vmi. Never leseiil a sup p .-i-d ittjurx till jou know the views ami mo '\»v' of tin 'lit !n r it it. Aiwa;, s take the part of aa p.I. .cut person who is ce'i.-ured in ii-aipanv. »>firns truth and propriety will .illnw. Ni ".er iliiuk worse on account of his «lit)'i-i>i:g v.itli you o:i |» litieal or religions j-übj, ts. Ni v.Tdi-puii' w it!i a loan more than .• le'ilv vi-.-Tl* • I t.ge or uitli au eiithu as». D »i«>tje 's> a- to w..:md the Kvling* ..t another. S:v ::lvi\s n* little as |*»s.-i --•;• 11 v outx'it' 'nil those who an* near fit J on. Nevir curt tin- i. vor •<! the rich, by Hatter i-:g citlier :i.( ir vaniis -i.jiLeir vices. Sp»ak wiih cabaiii >s and ilelilsTatiou, esjiecially in • in u":*tau< i* which tend lo irritate. L>V u;nr.R OF TIIK I^KVIL.—A rich ! I.' t !il til",in ecrtitfiic divine * ho, while [in- u-!>!'ijr <«: ie w.-.n '« list auuny rti !.\ tisn* <4 :!if p-lldct, li<>, "fttT utrltile. at ..-i- ill. I w«!k<*d ont. i'h.T • t''M fc the dt * il'» daughier,' wtid lie. 'l'bel.vtx turned aixund, and iun |«ol:t. »..aii lier, exclaim.-d : "(Jood uisrht, father!" ry A lift! • girl h'Vrinsr i« »"'d tint »h« mm barn the an pu'n l irthdny, i<wk no notice of it :t ill • time, but.i.day oi two alt. r at-knl lie.* i" tit :;Mi ' r.jt«l the «|itecn nr. ' twins , | A DIAUNUKBBTWBRN YAMP.V A\D HI « K J M'K. — Serin-, Fort Warren — Kilter Yancey ii .-nilor'n clothe*, I Ituckucr — Hello, Yaiicey, CKL l»oy, GIVE u ; your curn stealer. , Yancey—l'n-lty well tliaiik yon, but lan an lumpy shear. Have you pit any!Lin; j fo eat ? Huekner — Yen, there IS SONIC codfish am potatoes iha: were left from dinner. Yancey —(l, horrible ! e<«lti>h and potatoes HR.vu't you PIT anything PLW F Huekner — No, Yancey, old fellow, nothing I elm*. IT" codfish mill potatoes for brcakf..*! potatoes and codfish for dinner, and hy hell.il is codfish halls for supper. YMlCCV —Damnation! (tiaiit'.g two hard fill.- of hair out of his head) what .shall I do, I can't eat codfish. Huekner —lF* ::o use to rear and charp* like a flax-brake here, you've pit to come to it. I thought it was nearly IN II when 1 first canie ; hut I'll L.e D—D if it ailit pretty pmd now. Yancey — Well, give me some of the hash, I'll try it. (Yancey sits down and takes a few mouthful* and crowds it down his thror.t with his knife-hnndle.) Huekner — llow do you like the paper blockade. Yancey —l>—:l the blockade ! I wish I had staid in England and let the Confederacy pun to hell. Hacklier — lts going to hell almut as fast as it can, it all the news that comes here is cor rect. Yancey, old fellow, after you get done eating take a good look around and get the hang of things, for its your turn to cook next week. Yancey — Yes, it would bo a pretty kettle of fish that 1 could cook. Huekner —YES. I reckon it would, as we don't get much to cook hut fish. Yancey — Where's a fellow going to sleep? Huekner —l don't know where they will juit you. I sleep in casement No. 4. We have pretty good beds, N plenty of I*. IS. blank ets, and a big cotton matrass. I'm blowed if 1 know where these D—D blue bellied Yanks get so much cotton. Keep still, Yancey, here comes the officer of the guard. ( Hlicer — llerc, Buck, go off to bed. — Exit. Mr. Yancey, your lodgings will be in case ment No. 10.— Exit Yancey, S'owly, with one eye over his shoulder ou the ciHccr, ami mournfully whistling Dixie. A C(I\SII)KRA'L'E LIiTTKJtt TO TIIKItKUIiLS. — The Frankfort (Ky.) Commonwidth , of the 19th, contains the following touching let ter to the enemv: .17// Dear lirh's: —l now take my pen in hand for the purpose of holding communion with you through the silent medium of pen and paper. I have just learned that the lines are now open as far as Fort Donelson, in Ten ncesee, and 1 avail mvself with alacrity of the • * . , », opportunity now presented at resuming our correspondence. Your many friends in this section would like to be informed on various topics—for instance: How are yon, any how ? How does " dying in the last' ditch" agree with your general health? How is the " constitution" down your way .' How is "King Kotting !" Whon will Huekner take his Christmas dinner in Louisville! Is Floyd still •' rifting" caution and other small arms I How is Pillow's "last ditch," and when will he gratify his numerous friends by " dying" in the same I How is the " Southern lleart'7 Are you able to w hip live to one t Did the recognition of the S. Confed. by 'England and France benefit you much ? Where is the "Provisional (Sovernm.'nt of Kentucky." and what is it kept in t Where is th« Louisville-Xashville-Howliiig (ireeii Cuuiitr now published f Say ! And lastly, w hat do you think of yourselves, I any how ? Yours, in a horu, A LINCOLN MAN. United Stall's, Feb. IN, 1862. WAR IIORSBS. —It requires considerable time to utouui lite •runs proper for au advanc ing army, to supplv them with Iruiued horse*, and es|n rially w itli the right kind of harmr-. ' The horse is a curious, shy, inquisitive nuimnl. and when first lakeu from the stable or |«s --: for the strategic pur|*>s«*s of war, de ! mauds to be haudl<-d w itli great car. and pa tience. He must la- gradually aecustnnied to the imldei and m.'.rked c'aangi n: his st i'u ; the irleaui of ami*. the roll of drums, the tlauutingot banners, the Hash, tin- suioke. and the roar of cannon. It is remarkable, how iv er. that when tin- practical war hoise is thus dulled and disciplined, his |»n<tuiency in w heeling willi guns and caissons, at the crit «.d moment of lin.W'iing and uuliiabering lijrlit artillery, is wonderful. Without n word with 'UI a touch, without a sign from man, lie wheels, advances, and relreal*. villi aWi miraculousrapidity—at iiu:<» comjtelllng rid ers and guiHwrs to spring to kivp their s.-ats, <>r to avoid his lightning like evolutions. >VV*HIMI WUUI.RM-.— •lf v«« do not \Mi to IMVM white woolen* FINNIC when wadiol, make a pnil nude<f hard aoap, and waaii the H .lutein in it, without nibbing any ou iliein. rub oat iu another «ud-«, then wring tb.mi out «f it. and put tliein in a clean tub, .•Hid turn ou tfutiicH-ui boiling water to rover ;lieiu, and let thein remain till the water it cold. A little Indiyj. in the (toiling w Iter, makes the flannel ltok nicer. If you *Wi to Imve vnur white fl n.i;il nhruuk *>rs to lnive tli. in thick, wan'h them in toft eoip sttd f, and n::. c thetn iu eel I water. Condition of Richmond 1 This city, once iLr pink of chivalry, and* tin- reign of seceseion and treaaon, baa bwotn I-.-KIIV demoralised. 'lie Richmond Exam iter of the *>ih February, dra«r» ihia picture a Kichmoud: " Acts of bnital violence. vnlpr tiflnin and gross iudi-ct'iicv an* of momentary MCW rcncc in oar streets. The most orderly rfti zc:i mid iln' iinift delicate lrdv an- npowd H outrage and insult. No man's life, errn, ia . secure in broad day lijrlit cn our lnoct public thoroughfares. To nurioui.d, knock down, bruise Mid inakaeat lies become the pastimt . of the intfians that throng our pavements. 'l'll.' evil must he suppressed, or else society msi.-t surrender is* authority to brute violence. We must disorganize the social system. resolve ourselves into savages, and prepare for pro tection by the most effective weapon* oi self defence, or else we r.ssert tne power of the law upon the persons of the ruftian* and ■ vagabonds that invest our streets and alleys." i There is no dutibl that what is here stated is TRt K. Rebellion armed to put down the best (foverii'nent in the worid—-where all the j rights of the citizen were protected—where • man enjoyed more security, more happiness, than was found in any land under heaven; Rebellion invoked the aid of the lawless, the vicious, the pirate, the wrecker, the convict, to carry out the designs-of its authors! We see where they have landed the capital city of the .State which boasted that she was the mother of Presidents,—an illustrious proof that inau was capable of self government. We see in the wretched, debased and depraved condition of Virginu the woes that treason would, had it possessed the power, brought upon the States on the Pacific coast. A MIU'JKY PA.VIC.—Iu 1810, Masseiia, •' fortune's favorite son," cr .sscdthe Spanish frontier at the head of 70,000 French Soldiers, with the avowed intention of driving Welling ton's army into the sea a id achieving the coil quest of I'ortugal. Alemiida, a rtrong for tress, had surrendered to the French, and Maeseiia, (lushed with victory, advanced three powerful columns upon Lisbon. On the night of the S.'fd of September, the light division of the Hritish army under cotnmr.nd of the brave < ieneral Crawford, were sleeping on their arms in n large wood, when, from some unaccount able cause, a pr.nic seized the soldiers, and the*.e veteran troops, who had never experien ced defeat fled like a flock of sheep from their bivouac—nor could they be iuduced by either threats or remonstrances, to reform their ranks, until u young staff officer cafised a cavalry charge to be souuded iu their frouts, and shout ing that the French dragoons were upon them, the panic-stricken men formed into squares and stood ready to receive their imaginary foes. This liirht division was during the Peninsular war, the dread of the French army and the pride of the British. In the month of July, but a year previous, these same troops who fled lite cowards, marched sixty miles in twen tv-six hours under a bunting sun, and cr< ss 'd tiie bloody field of Tulavera, leaving less than fiftv stragglers behind them. CiEX. SlllF.l. IX Cl\ri\r.ATf.—The o'*r<V nnti Commrrrinl, says: It Is' a fact very little known, that thin distinguished military n:nn, shortly after he enmo to this country, worked «t an iron foundry iu this city, where ho was ltriid the remunerative suui of s<> a week for liis services. The Mexican war, however, breaking out within n month after he obtained work at this foundry, in company with a man nuncd (>oo. lkinkerlioff, lie enlisted and en tered that campaign as a private soldier. Upon his return to this city, ut the close of the war, lie remained but a short time, being induced to go to St. Louis where lie soon became the captain orcliietof the associations of Free* liii-n and Tinners; r.nd when the recent diffi culties arose, lie \v;.s at the head of the St. Louis Iloine (iuirds, who so effectually quash ed the secessionists there, when their insolence became intolerable. While here, Gen. tMgel was observed fur his industry, intelligence ind mod'.'s? de|<ort!E« , nt. WASHINGTON \\n 1IM» Hons*.—'Hie"Rec i<l lections of Wrslrfngton" tell us: "The Fr«»i deut's stable* iu 1 hil.-idelpliia were under the direction of German John, and the grooming of the white chaigeis will ratlier surprise thn linnleirs. The nijilit bcfi iv the how* weie « \|H*t<il to lie ridden, they w»*e lontrd en tir>-lv over with a parte, of which whiting wra tbe priiM'i)> <1 component part; I ken the iHMII were swath, diu bod v-clot lis, and Ml to sleep njM.n clean straw. In the morning the ctHspv sitiou had heroine hard. w»:s well inbhed in, atul eurri.il awl brnslied, which process pin to the cnat a be.rtiful, glossy, satin-like ap {■earoiM'e. '1 he hoofs weu then blackened and polished, the mouth nadW. the teeth picked aud cleaned, aud the leopard rkin lowing* be ing pmperlv adj*isted, the white chargers were led nut fer service. h was the groov ing of anckut limca. ——- • • • J.\Ri;srr I'utvrixu I'lmmmlPoiw. —At tin- ( riutiiijf ho«si» ot I IK* ApplrtatiV, fc Nruf Ymfc. in ipnuiaxleMipuMiy fur Wi4- Si! ft'» ijK'llilJjf book, wkii'k |NiuU both iMw at .wo. A» 11iiit ia ilkmhjlV iNH' ia ttili— ( tm Wi lrt rV llit g Ixxik ia ilwonly MM NS quiring n pri Mt m mpid, nd on vlrin • «h»- ffle L<uk in being printMl wiftoat iMcmMin fruiii January to Dwcfhtr. Thll-llrfWlb« »!<•('« *j».lU*r ia UMtM than a wiMinw fm «l< num. ami more bare UH-«I aold thaa tlwr* an ptfiplf in tin* I'niti'd Btute#.—A* Y- AlH**- [V Itev. l>r. iiriilgUMu. tb« wall known American \J ist-ioiwry at Shanghai. China, died on tin* 4th nt "Nowmfct*. He had U there •Inrh'p a jv»i<vl cfltirty-twojiW NO. 24.

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