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jOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
WZ HOHT THIS BATIXB OUI.'J
IT IlilC M'ULUK.
V. Jjkt it eat!" rin; lend and clear
"' alee,- bank'aof Jaaset;
liners in "reach and rifle-pit, "
And by the eantp-tire flames;
fb, Ka'tiael oo lonely poet,
At ilow it steps bl ronadl
f , ittmu el the reelinf toast,
0' snrjiaf, billows bond;
Tt, rtlders "ci the eharrinj T
,Tte reckless. -riaf ?'
xJk-oDt and arf-repeUhe cry:
effe it h eat."' it still tii Aoafv
D,o ghertaea't blaiinz line;
It Kboet e'er Atlanta's wall,
tTbm bn'jtt osr biyontti ihiii
TMura tso ooBinohicj Grtat;,
AnJ WUo BoJ rtjtu it.
When Utnaxk't tUaiUrdi Suit.
gtilub!'' Irijlt trtn Uy
,uni tbit f !lnl eliitr,
Wlitrt llnrida'i fierce troojwri
TVj ibikt their iibrei e'ethiii kitdl,
Tltj p"l ' oot;
5t ctar"le wtth trtitem
Iliitirinpt,U Moiile f!, t.
TitsiIMi r-wora inlpi,
Kipttt it ith bii ihei ti j ctewt,
71iiilxi.iit VolJ. their orrai ire itoit,
nnrtitteriet ibike the (lien;
Ti'7'IIC(btlJiii tnitorooi conflict ont,
TiHTretMo i no more!
Tn nandreii thooiaml eolntej breeee,"
5iyi Liecnla, march with me! "J
(to lutioa'J tcrt, on I.Hi!-5f IJ,
Tttet 'In;;! l 1 free!
WHere lire the crirea coward
H'boM yield llien men a;ain,
llieie vilitnt Union eoldiert
Te bondip aad the eb&iar'
Caca(e criei: Tbii wir matt ttord
Let cut down the steel-,
TieM ap the land, ;Uld op tke iht,
Thfa proitrate let at kneel.
!a etin it spent oor treasare,
la vein ear blood it spilt;
Csstdewnlhe aielei rnaiket.
Break moed-Uedes at the liiltP'
'e, aerrr! See ihe thoatandi
Ofcsllaat Coifa saerr
Teerdown the moaatain jr"2ci
The vaMey and Hie fled;
THej baste to march tvitli hermsa,
U'ith Ilinrotk, Krait and 21eade
( effort mire, and Uol will crewa
U'ilh vislorj the deed!
Adrlrn of tin; Ccntnil Coinmitlrc
flhr Itcpulillc:in Blnlon I'nrty
lo Uio lUt-ctors of Kutuitw.
I'rofonmfly itnpretieJ with the rangni
tadej.rthe crisid llirongh which the cotui
I'j is now psmg, and ihe tmmcne ita
fiitanw. both to the Smte nud Nation,
of a ptopT liecifinn of the peuditig polit
ical nm at the election to be held on
the 6th dtj of November next, the Com-"
nuttee ltd tvarranted in issuing theif ail
un to the voters of the State, uJ urg
ing Bjioa tbrtn such action, in thj ctnvass
ttlrttbo election, as will best advance
we tstr ro'Ji uf the common country, nnd
tswr, tf5 pennsnent nior-peritv of thd
i prop!,, of Kansas are thoroughly
Jl to the Govornraent. Whatever may
W the div Tt'rtv nf nnintnn in .:?
ooofprticular measures instiwted for
'wsapprejsron of the rebellion, tho gen
tl poadwt of tiro war, and th canacitv
? 'itfgritr of those in afithoritr. ttum
etfwt. - . - .- - J '4
- noyteiatng and aimcKt ttnani-
-"TOsautaeat that a the, iostf tmions
rt. VH.0Ternment mtut bo preawwd,
rebellion overthrown, and its wicked
l'leitOr tirnnV, :..J .- 1 ' .2
... ..uu(ub lu uietueu ana con-
"ere can he no doubt that the candi
m of the Union party of the coutitrv
v5 ?eDt an Vice President of the
1Z r' Abraham Ltpcoln audi
-"-"iCff nhnonn .II1 -r- .! !
-vmUDUU lu rtivo xne eiec-
c " rt UH ra88S( lit tna nennli
Ha7.1 B?lMUC a l0 TOpport..!
Wi Hy Md. th-0M "tei, .with
er;J;!er,im?nt.." parunQunt .and all.
nui .Ll-- Ir . .. --r-.-.r-r-
fite?f-State .to. spare. no
feltt. aJebalf f tbe National Union
Sii3FTt" U',SOch a '""i0"J"
i!li, a ,he Possibility that Kansas
teiaa , . TatV6r iR 1,er devotion tp. the
Hit ".."ifiMs aitB dofenco.
edav r a wU Perfor"iea fe, high
fcthedL ncan fremen. remains
tJjtrf. i " ,a l08 penormanca -of
. - r irKH
1 important trust, to.bavoin
ib, cT "" BOQ '"ore wellarttol
eWT v11 Un,oa P,rty wambled
yi? " n the ISth of-fifmi-mhe -j
taiv.fc.' which commends
ti CC ' "ndldatM. whose person
i. t" ai,i publico record. , .
"b'ST tha sponsible
rniaea. ",u"nuy honorably
" uiairnMte. ,
W4 Dronftnt!w i ; vi
3 enf. ' uua. PMention'of th'vi,. .i-4
. lit iBTUr
" 11 .. """"iMre:" that Kan,
. . uarajTiico s.l .. .T-"-t -uu
'Btfc "TeniOStln (nnnn t.
"1 eU IT. tk. '.n . -a
'8nn-,.. a.0.08 10 OTDBGrtint- tk.
7-TMe ot thia.Stater Whatever dif
S.0 PWion. -m to ,loc4 .poUcy.
c Jttt,tbatn9gf)f thfl Daonla.an
Baltimor, Convention ;
.- ni i
declares "that the plunderers and' cor
rnptionists, wlip are robbing .the .Nation
of tho material aid necessary to carry on
the war 'with success, are the rnost 'effi
cient aiders of Jeff; Davis and .the .rebell
ion, and must be put down;" recommends
economy in the Administration of the
National and State governments ; eulo
gizes our noble soldiers in the field, and
declares that they' " deserve and receive
the most hearty sympathy of tb.3 people
of the - State :" advocates liberty, or
ksch and. of the Press, and denounces
Uwlessness and violence; and declares it
w "the duty of all good men, irre
spective of rjarty, to pot down the one
nan power in Kansas, the r corrupt and
tyrannical exercise of which has brought
uugraca ua auioia evu upon, me otateij
The principles thus enunciated mast
meet with the cordisi!" concurrence of eve
ry man who has, at heart, the trds7 Inter
ests of the State, and who is ashamed" of
and opposed to the reckless corruption
and hizh-handed desnotism which hava
controlled the politics of Kansas, to her
material injury," and to the discredit of
her otherwise fair fame, abroad. l ' ' !
The tieket presented to the people is in
entire harmony, ;witb the .platrbrm, It
embraces name, honored in the learned
professions and 'distinguished on the field
of battle. Whether administering the
law in a judicial capacity, battling' in
front of the enemy And receiving .wounds
in defence of their Government, -or, in the
manifold relations of private life, they
may successfully challenge the scrtrtiny
of .an-intelligent people, and defy, the
malice of unscrupulous political, oppo
11 Arrayed, against this ticket, anil sj por
tion, at least, of these principles, is a
faction of the Rpnblican party, bent on
tho accomplishment of its corrupt pur
poses at the. sacrifice of every precedent,
nnd the plainest principles of common
justice. The Convention of this faction,
wbtcb met at Topeka on the eth of Sep
tember, was irregular in its inception
and fraudulent in 'its transactions. It
was called by a Committee which derived
its existence from, a most glnring usurpa
tion ,ot authority, and appointed contrary
to the usages of every other State in the
Union. Upon this point wo challenge
contradiction. We defy the supporters
of tho movement inaugurated on the, 8th
of September, to name a State in which
a Central Committee was appointed by
the Convention which was called for the
purpose of choosing delegates, to tha Bal
timore Convention. So much for the
claim of regularity advanced, by the in-r-tigaton;
of this factional movement.
The Convention itself was controlled
by corrupt aad personal motives. It ad
mitted persons as delegates who had no
xhadow of claim, for the sole purpose of
defeating 'such candidates as were sup
posed to possess some degree of personal
independence, and nominating' others in
the interest of an ambitious, rocklsss, arid
corrupt dsmagogua. That jhis, design
was accomplished, there can be no room
for doubt The candidates presented by
that Convention for the suffrages of the
people, are pledged to the maintenance
of that power -which has trampled on the
rights of the State and its authorities;
prostitntcd its high functions lo the level
of petty tyranny ; made merchandise'of
public offices ; betrayed, vital trusts for
personal emolument, and, by its general,
disreputable character, become a disgrace
to the State, and a sahjacf- of contempt
to the country. , li ;
Thus tha fane is preemted to the peo
ple: On the one hamd, a ticket, pledged
to each principles,' only, as Virtue ap
proves and Patriotism applauds ; on the
other, atrcbetnolorraualy committed to
the perpettutfoa of a power, which by
fraud, falsehood and corruption, has hu
miliated, dishonored, and well nigh ruin
ed thfl State. On the one side is a ticket
pledged to the impartial execution of' the
laws, the suppression of lawless voilence,
and the conservation of the, public mor
als ; opthe other, a tieket wholly undsr
the control of i'pbwer which has invoked
thelnterpositidnof mob violence.'-defamed,
we auiBoriUM oi.im oiaia, asu esvoiDiwa
leltq in(toe aanaU.of, aajsaje, or y
J tjl eej - a j "5T 1 C "" J
The Gomniitfee appeal to the Voters of
the Stale to decide ibWisroes, irrevoca
bly, by" tbei election of the" candidates
nominated on the 13th of September.'
We appeal to yon by every consideration!
of -justice sod' precedent, of Patriotism
and .gut pride, "trot' only to cast yoar
sntTrages for. LINCOLN and JOHNSON.
hat to .relieve, KA,NS"A,8, -atpnce,Und
Torevor. from the thraldom in which abe
Lai'so lon'bezn bonnd,''' ' r l. '.
In' behalf 'of the Committee. " H c
' --3q ?S.',E.fATW0OD.'iSecretary. -
LxlvxKWo&iH, October5th, 1864.?
Waxtxs k FoBxocoH-rA few matvths
ago,,a.high private of extraordinary di
mensions, lumbered into, the presence of
General' Thomas';''eBa' asked for a rnf
longh, addg; 'General, 1'wlnt forgo
home and saeJiy. wife.", x uu-a .c
yonfwi'fe"!" ' ... , ,2r-
my wife for, over; throe-, fAefths.'! TT
V'Thwmonthsf remartod.tien. : f ?'
i-'tliree. months: why. I htT."nt ttjea
my mfe in threejrear a." '" ' , ... .
"Well. thatrniiT be. remerJB
r,-?bnt joaseai ,Genejalf ner,adA
taaarriaiN AttjiU A tej eSMfaxV e
P."aarthe recipient 'of a'fntldigF or
iwji jmfmmff'rsm -
-f -c ,? rr
0. VI BICOBDO.
Ma.' OoicB-ln-rVe'yeeoii WarJ tie nabo'ata'd'ariaj
4.Tpartortkt4.yJ . U,. itaet- rI W. ..
Cut. McCmil17l sto boi nsataaber-Jbawt
'.) i ii ' - v
M 1 -ST fjl
n.lt m. V. .S L.t.
Of Ihe Whit Heeae h'eou abaral
. irjoe'reejaneel It srk asvS arkerel i
v 'X ;" .IA-'t'tBembn! n
. It joni platform reaee or War J
lisle toa BUrerj, or adore I
rTn 'what y'oa're reiDy Corf
. j t aoa't retstsaber!,
Pearoal' DoToti'aa4be : "
U jftf aBtlca axreal u , .
Wkieb.er je wiU aaaeut be I
- ' ' Idea;tltiesberr
,ii r 3" . 1 t
" Did ye e'er a Draft Mfftd
Wat the Mary I asset utett ' ' ."
rMuU by Caiilt. afoark bekettl
I tWl nBtaaber!
' ' :- '..-I
Areyiia tor tbe.artiSee , ., ,
Of a rebel areslitice!
Wlrat't yew plt'a. If tiit'tbiaVi mlttl r
. I ttOBTt reasetaber! t
Name the loyal mm ami tree, '
WbeareadTOcaJiajyea; . ,(
Call at offet leest few.
' "" leliVtreaaeaWr!'
' Wei tke Weeitrare letter reeJI'
Wat It yMrexsa bead ad aeall
plfae.tileeaaa it eaase, lyaaej., . ,
I deal reatenberl
j a.-i '.1 e ,T
Wat it year owa atltbty bnia -
rlaoned that sraaderfal caatpaija,
- When taeb myriad, died la ealal s '
... ,-rl . Idaa't rementbet!. -,
,: i lild yen; after V.orkuftsa.'a tan, i.
m jf Drise jhe rebels to the wHpe
Or at taail't pace did yon crawl?
" ' ( ' I don't remeoibeT!
llidyon ran a seven days' race.
- IVMlMld. "Stonewall'.' gaee yoa ebase't
Or was it a"cheeofbaseI"
', I don't, retaeosberl
IVere there two or was there one boat!
Did yon seek or did jou thon boat I
'Did you hide vptm that gmmttf
I dost aiirxjiiia!
Mr..Iiu.bT VTallctU MaicWjr.
Church ov toe Noo DispaxsasHEK, )
. . , Sept. 15, 1664. f
The.fallerinsamov hoomiliashsn and
agoay will be chanted in evrery church in
my'diocese, all day, every Sundy, until
the Ccmfedrits win a victry:
Ai double barrelvd walel
Aery ov anguish! , ,.
In the.vally andshaddertaitwe!
Jjob had biles, but he scraped hisself
with'' oyster shell!
Nam an wus a leper, but he doved into
the Jordan and cum out es good ez nool
Sampson had his hair .shingled 'and
wub, week as watered whinky, but it
grosvd agin and he bustid his pnemitv;! .
We'hev biles and are rotten with em,
bnrwhajVtho comfortinpyster shell?
We nav leprusey, but whar's the:
Jordohtojnsap aritot' 'i'; dsrf
.. iOur hare ishbrt, thar's wharotrrarie-'
mies hev,gotUjj bot, whar's theRestora,
tive'to make itigraW'gin? ,4 Jln, , 1c
Job,' and Na'man, and Sampson1, alto
gether, whsn't'e badorTer we is.' ' "Iv'
-' We kin throw to iLatzyrns with J the
sores, and the,", dorgs. alicken nv thfeka,
and then give 'enijSO in. a 100 and beat
Fer we nominatid MickLellan and'
Pendleton, at'Bhecsgt), and won is a war
man. and tother isa peece man. ' 'T ;
The ox and ass is yoked their heads
and tails together.-.--.
And the; teem, 'spoiling igerasly,;
bnt ,insud jvrcoisg:.forerd Jti gsiBg
""Jt &d j80"3' a i-., o.emlll o- .1 as I
Wale!. ph .my. people;, r. .itha . Ucbst
wnzn'tvar, enaff. and Oats hat bnjfed.'
. Gnashyer'teeth! ph.ye saints, 'fer 'the
ticket wnzn-t peece ennff, and, Vallandy'-
gnm h'bbltedl ' " -"XJ
-We tried 2 ride two hbwsa, goin in 2
diSsraut direokshuns, and we fell to the
- And both hoasea toraed on ns aad
kicked ua, , . ,-a - . .
-And MickLallaa has. bo, ,chance-r-he
won'tbevthe gitsa of tha post .offices.
.;"......,- --.. , - ."n, -r J
.. .Asa Shan
aa. took . t Atlanta, and
:n:Ad'Ltt wt rU .Weldos roa.'
ai.-i.isw u b.lst.eiU'.l.l rant .uuu
Dtf cast pxte a. v euws
' 'ABU wovernor aaonon iook toe rtrruiT
era froin the peece sinif iBJeaay. Walel
And tha draft won't: 'lJ resisted," aad
the provo-marshels will bev whole skins.
Walel - ' C .. ... 7..
Wale! fePMaineand TerrabntwbTch,
trnx'tiredViirthe'war'Bnd "wae1 goin1- fdr
MickLelljaB, ihv.-votid ,ablishpa:witb
IffSlJtan'- "- -- '-$ r.r
Walel for our rulers oppress na,Tney
let "their men vote in the army,, but won t
let oor mehTOieJinKanady. Wale! :
' Wale! fer Ihablishnist shall -hold the
prfices. and we' shall he aambered among
the'onUli Walel; ,,. ,.v8J . '.
liven' bit by' wnrk!1. . .; , ' ' '
-Why wnz T born1. ib2" aich' a f WoTTd?
git,it.,tvithootpriee?i. WhytwnB orfi
cea est'ahlisht, ef them can't get em .ex,
wants em.themo8tf ... ' ,
r iMiek IrelUn?bnrried his 'thodsnidai in
theampaT Jhe, ,CiekahomonyTrK
hatnborjed;h,tenspf jhousands ,undr
tne ptaiiorm ne sca-Ba oyer. , f
F The ablbKhistf jeeratos, anilHontiis
.tliMjhttr,tulMrtit. wfCvZlylm'r 'OA
.h - idTWCl ,"-' .'-' v
A J . iiM. emne nnf 'ri. : . I
And we her gone opf ,m trl?,jioi'i
- - Farraonoji-v,,.Ti8tT, .
'Z Tarw'woTchnrch; lh charge:
In korions a!2getlier.
THE CONSTITUtiON AND JHE UNION.
A CHAILDTOE TO. J. H.LAITE.
'A 9(ejrcopIc Vae-iaT'ot ThlHara1 he
' luui ForsjrtMtemr " i"U
WiU, lie Fue Music!
Cotmcix. QKcmtilHf.-iBtTt.27, '64.
Hon. J. Hs LimJDiar, :Sir: -I have
been invited by. the State Central Com
mittee to-address meatiaire in. different
parts of tbe State, iiVnpport of oor State
iicxet. l ncreoy challenge yon to .meet
me at snen times. and places in the State,
and as often as youwish, and discuss the
tuciiiB ui me two oiaie iicaets. i aenre,
'also,' 'athese nseetings to refresh, yonr
memory in some incidents 'ot "your life
forgotten by you in yonr late-biography,
written by yourself. For instsnce.'you
forget to tell us,- in that biography how
many,. times yon. changed yonr, position
ontne Kansas-Nebraska tbill when in
Congress. You, forget to tell ns that you
yote'dfothe -repeal, of4tha Missouri Com
promise,' and 'thus invited slavery, here,
and that laid the ground Work of the. re
bellion. Yon forget tVtell ns of your
pro-slavery speech- atKansas City, when
you said n Kansas was adapted to tobac
co and hemp you wonld go' for a slave
8 tate.-Yob forget. your efferts -.tot buy
slaves over is Wyaudotte,o hse.L:o
lorget.tne nignt.iyou,, iJr. -Woodland
seven, otEers. organized .jthe joldrrBpr
der Ruffian Democratic t party toyer ;Dr.
'Wood's office, in Lawrence,, in 185.5.
Yon fqrget presiding over a public meet
ing in'Lawren'ce, in 1855, to.afrange for
tho celebration of the 4th of July, and in
sisted that nothing should be said against
Slavery on-tbat" day. 'You forget -the
separation from your wife at Lawrence,
and how-you abandoned your little -boy.
.Shewent'to-iIndiana, and yon - appealed
to the Border, Jlofjaan Legislature for a
divorce. Failina,. ,you became a Free
State, man, aud denounced themas a
You forget returning to Lawrence.
You, forget. tbe Big .Springe copvention,
and jour black law plank. You forget
bpw "you returned tct" Lawrence, and yon
and 7im Emory sth'ffed the ballot-box
over on the'Wakafnsa and got oureelvep
elected to Uio, Topeka Convention, and
how,, in that 'convention, yon proposed to
expel Sam F. Tappan for avowing him
self an " anti slavery man." Yon forget
the saw-mill yon purchased of widow
Harding, up in Doniphan County, and
the note of 9100 yon gave. Dan Lindsay
forjnsulting his wife, and' your,; refusal to
Py it, .pleading "no, consideration."
Yoq forget your attempt to assassinate
Govi Walker, and yonr efforts to raise' a
row and rob the Land Office at Lecomp
ton. i .You forget how yoa stole into the!
Chapman Honse, built by Jenkins,! as a
Jjbarder, drove the family out and thus
gotpossessionand afterwards ordered
Jenkins for 'attempting to get water from
bis own well. Xoa forgatttke 913,000
taken; frpm, the Osceola bank; l how. ode
msn bought a farlough of yon fort 8100
and got away, with a part of the'monev,
and how yon. had another arrested," "and
compromised, by giving np the money .to
you, and . bow generously yon divided
qwV among the soldiers.. Yon, forget
the second-hand'silk'dresses sent home .to
yonr" wife from Missouri.- Yon forgef the
death, of. yooag Clark ia Iowa,, in 1856,
and bow yoq stole 9543 m gold from his
body, which you have always refused to
return to' his friends." Yon fonret how
yon paid tho widow foV'corn in Missouri.
-Ion forget bow, and bv what frauds Von
werajieleptedi.U; ,S. ;8enator ;'bow yoa
bouglitj.up-members -to, vote for yoo.
Yon 'forget "how 'yon have." time after
time, soldjonr vote.in theSenate. Yon
forget-tbe two sections, of- laad-yoo -got
from, the Leaven worth. Pawaee tk, West
ernMUilroad Co., and their; .promise 'not
to i opp'oSe'yonr re-election, on condition
thai yon betrayed your own -tain,. Imw .
rtnen ion fonret a bur ladiah contract.
of which yon aad Commissiooer.Dole got
one-fourth, interest. ;Yon fonret how. von
bought, up the t Stale Convention two
years agoV'and .how. in the Tie'avenworth
Constitutional convention yoa voted for
Negro aolTragev and declared yoo heloaged
to the abolition.. wing:of tbe iRejMthlicsn
Py avjJ..y u'tfir.
Tb8e.are.a fcrtlnciaWsoLyour' life
that I do- rfbt'fiadiiaryoirr. biography,
and I propose tO;Sopply,tca..OHasjoa, as
I. am .quite, familiar with the subject.
Paper is lneb,. and as I. am invited to
puonsn mis sxexen ortuiy, ana, to. save
v..e- .1. -e". "err-fttr'-a e .r ' .:
,- p.,-r r-t y-o
J. M.e'EdwaWs,.,, Oomrnissioaerdf "the
General Land Office; the" trouble of frank
ing, I will deliver itia perseM;- HopiBs
fiTPraWairefon?f' "M'oJ Mair j
x am, "-urim unaeiiaw,". ,
Your obedient serv't,
"' SajtWood. i
A' Pnorcr. Rxboxe. In the 5th Ward
of Harrisbunr. on' Tuesday, Auirust 2d,' a
sonof'th'er" Emerald Isle" camrto the
polls ItO' vote. - Ai blatant Copperhead
asked to fee-his ticket. .Hejshowed.it.
It was. For the Amendments 1" The
Copperhead said : " Dennis, y'on're not
goinc to?Tote: that ticket, are yob?"
.1 'Mas; bejabers,- 'and'leBnis,rIam:v
.'$?&&$ the Copperhead, "thefe
voting jo put'a negrotcka.a level with
na,.Be labera.aaid the voter., liuow
better rtan thatC ,,YonVe Jboled Je, wd
I the likes of me enough.,,.. 1 am voting
I- ' . '- .-, .,-n: J,ealit-!,'rri'-r .
bow to Bierats leWTroiaier-Booveine sen
One firm of friction match manufacturers
will, under thli tiV'laVrpiyrnbre
than thirteen hundred dollars per day.
"ABB T0U TCB TBACB, HTnE 1UCV
d V t " , .'
"Are yoe for peaeej' ' ValUodijbam sajd, .
' Amcw for peaee.'IJtuV Meet" " ' "
. . Aad patted kin well ea'tbe back. .
."It'a 1,'Ttvy tlroajpoUt.'.'.valltadifhaja Mid.
, "It's a rrnrstroof point, Liule MacI
My pbitrorm orpeaee it raocb better tbaa'Iead,
. -Te; brinj oor Head Jtffrrsoa back.
"1 bare travelled tke Bonth, ai yoa very well kuw,
I hare trtseUed the Sooth all lireeik; ' ' v
And I. found that you fame bad met trarelled tlew,
s .For tkty all wen la ftror ofjoo.
. - t 1
"I'm for peace, little Mte!'' VaiUadifhaa ttid;
" "I'ai fisr ttoppiaa; tbe-war to-aay!
Ifyaa fet oa my pUtibna with seldier-lika tread.
We can easily mintje tbejny..
f Iiakt that are plaakt," VakUadithaa said,
"Art plaoks that only meaa peace!
' Aad a frown and a 'shake of yoar soldierlike bead.
Will make all botUliliet cease.
"Will yoa call to tbe crew andet Bntler, the Be art t
Will yon caB to the ictew, Little .Mae I
tViU yoo call to tbe tglaiont that darken tbe East,
And tend tierri io Taakee-Und backl
i . ,
"Will yoa' say to ike hordes of old Lincoln, the Kin;,
Just (ay to Um horde,. Little Mae "-
They mast Hep all the war fer rua not tbe Ibiaf
To win oar friead JcSimoe back!'
assinc. ki ' -- -Then
Little Kae looked at. tbe katteaa bware,
J AadlM(treanaitbetteaiakok;' '
' Ami tb epaaeetattaMoa Ma ebealder be here.
.,, Aid tbe wordjt hit aide u it sbeek;
,Tben Uttht Mnwleaateoite abatk la kit okair,
' With bit foot on the table tat be;
And be answered: "I reckon tbtt.TOc can prepare
I Jait utkV a alee platform Torme! '
. n n ., I ft
"I'm a soldier; yon know; I'm n totJier bran,
t ('lAndcanfixltJiutjtadytt tait; j "
Yoo go for the platform 'twill do well for a thow
Aad I'll pot a tpar in my boot!"
So Valltndi-him Mlilmol'lrootril oat bit tools,
,i ,Fr abotlderifpltforne-washe; ' ' ' f
.Aedjie chalked oat a thine; with his pencil aad rale, .
Thai Jefferson (lotted to see,
Bot Little Mae saw that it was hardly tbe thing
For a soldier to braee at he;
Be be put on the apart, a cd be jare It a Siaj,
For tbe people who fell at kit knee. '
And tbe platform It there, with itt tetteria; plankt,
And tbe apMier It there to-day
. May they both safely reach the tno ts-coetred banks,
, TV here tbe rirer it salt for aye!.
. Jliestorlcnl Record.
The following.is a list ofthe Presidents
and Vice-rresidonts of the United States,
as well as those who were candidates for
each office, since the organization of the
Government: . :
1789. George Washington and John
Adams, two terms, no opposition.
1797. John Adams, opposed byThos.
Jefferson, who having tbe next highest
electoral vote,, became Vice irresident.
1801. Thomas Jefferson and Aaron
Borr : beating John Adams and Charles
1805. Thomas Jefferson and George
Clinton ; beating Charles O. Pinckney
and "Rufus King.
1809. James Madison and Georgo
Clinton ; besting Charles O. PinckBsy.
1813. James Madison and; Elbridge
Gerry ; beatingDe: Witt Clinton , .
1817.-pJamea Madison. and Daniel D.
Tompkins ; beating Rofas King.
-' 1821: James Monroe and Daniel D.
Tompkins; beating John Quincy Adams.
1825. John Quincy. Adams and John
O. Calhoun; DeatingAndrew, Jackson,
Henry Clay, and Mr;. jGrawford 'there
being- four- candidates for President, and
Albert Gallatin, for Vice President.
- 1829. Andrew Jackson and, John G.
Calhoun ; beating, John Quincy Adams
and "Richa'rd, Rush:
1833. Andrew Jackson and Martin
Van Baren ; beating Henry Clayr John
Foyd and William Wirt for Presideat ;
and William Wilkihs, John Sergeant and
Henry Lee for Vice President.
1 1837. Martin Van'Buren aad Richard
M.,Johnson; . beating Wm. H. Harrison,
HoghrL. White and Daniel Webster for
President, and John Tyler for Vice Prea-
L 1841: Win. H. Harrison and John
Tyler; -betting Martin '-Van Buren iad
one moath. after; bis iaaBfruratie,.:(aei
John Tyler became Presideat for the re
aaiaderof the term.; t -J .i'&.
lc5. Ja-saas K. Polkamrf GtrrreM.
PallM,jfc'kfatJBg1HeBi7 Olaj, -si.TlNe
dore Frelinuhnysen,, . .....,, -.
' 'lS.Zachary'Taylor and ;Mniairl
Fillmore ; beating-Lewis- Case and "Mar-
tiis'Van'BoreB for. President, wid'Wfl-
Vice Jxesident. Tavkr..iad,.Jnlv. 0.
1850. an'd'Fillmorebecanie President r
" 1853. Franklin' Pierceand Wm. R.
Kinir; beatiriofWinfield :Scott and W.
fKGJihaoiJ i' e . "'- - , -,--i
loo i.-ames xsnpnanan and John U.
Breckinridge ; beating John O. Fremont
and Millard' Fillmore for President, aad
William ;L. Dayton and A. J. Doaelsoa
for VfoPtesident. . :. :x
. 186L Abraham. Lincoln aad. Haaai
hal' Hamlin ';' beating John Ball, Stephen
A. Douglas, and. John C. Breckinridge,
for President; aad Edward, Everett, Her
sc'ielVj Johnson, and Joseph rLaie for
Vice PresidenL '
' Ai. clergyman in; Ohio, oae'Snaday,
took aa hie text,. from which he was to
preach. ""$fp art Jhoa'He paused
after reading it7 when a gentleman ia a
military dress, who at the instant wan
pmcecdiBZ-up ihe middle aisle of the
osidk ii question aaaraBaea
-3 -i.T --- ' .net 0
i,, air, aw an omoer oi
iEe WrhTttgrment, oa a retrmdaf party
'Bereoy-e7asea-t--Di i-' u.
come tax, say he cannot p'nt1 hw hoots
on in the morning without a stamp.
Tke Brftrarcla of Little Mac.
1st, McClellan planned and ordered
the advance upon Ball's Bluff, and was
the cause of that slaughter.
2d. McOleliaa wasted a month in be
sieging Yorktown. defended bv a esrri-
job of only 8,000 men, while he had
3d. McClellan sntfered his army to be
surprised, with heavy loss, at Fair Oaks.
4th. McClellan. bv neslectine to for
tify his flanks and rear, allowed his whole
position before Richmond to be taken ia
reverse, and ordered a disastrous .retreat
before a single corps of the enemy"
5tb. McClellan ordered a retreat from
Malvern Hill without any canse or justi
fiction, after our mea had achieved a glo
rious victory there.
6th. McClellaa by that retreat prevent
ed Pope from coming to bis aid by the
way of Lynchburg, and thus precipitated
upon Pope's small force tho whole of
7th. McClellan neglected for three
weeks to obey an order to move hia army
northwsrd to effect a junction with Pope,
aad that time Lee need to move his whole
army agaiaet Pope. . j
Bta. McClellaa withheld rmaJweeasau
aad supplies from. PtJpe, which woald
lave enabled the latter to heat baek Lee
,9tb. McClellan opposed all military
ana aavai expeditions against the rebel
seaboard, which he knew was essential
to render the blockade perfect.
10th. McClellan opposed the division
of the Army of the Potomsc into corps,
and only did divido it when peremptori
ly ordered to do so by Secretary Stanton,
although he must have known that no
army-of that size conld be managed with
out 'such division.
11th. McClellan neglected or refused
to take the field at the head of the Army
of the Potomac, and commence a cam
paign, until compelled to do so by orders
of the President and War Department.
12th. McClellan suffixed the Potomac
to be blockaded by the enemy for months,
when he could have prevented it. ,
13th.. McClellan did not participate in
the battiea fought by his army, bot was
in every case distant from the battle,
leaving his subordinates to manage for
14th. McClellan delayed his part of
the operations in West Virginia until the
enemy, whose retreat from Rich Moun
tain he was to stop, had been beaten by
itosecrans, and escaped.
15th. McClellan magnified the Quaker
guns and scattered picketa of tbe rebels
at fllonson's Hill into a formidable forti
fication, defended by a strong garrison,
and commenced 'B careful campaign
against it, until an adventurous Union
man went np to the place and discovered
16th. McClellan suffered himself to be
deluded in like manner at Manassss, and
was undeceived in precisely the same
17th. McClellan never seemed to have
any accurate knowledge' of tbe rebel
forces, as he .regularly magnified their
strength on tbe authority of pretended
18th. McClellan allowed Buell to keep
an army of 120,000 men idle, at bay be
fore, a. rebel force of Isse .than 50,000,
while Halleck's forces onder Grant were
doing tbe very work confided to Buell.
19th. 'McClellan kept the' whole im
mense Army of tho Potomac Irins? idle.
.through a long winter, without i ordering
tae construction of winter qaarters to
shelter the men from the inclement weath
er ; tbe only apparent reason for 'this1
course being a desire to coaeeal' the in
tention not to more Ihe army.. ....-- .. . ;
20tk McOleUaa sacrificed 12.000 men
at Harper's Ferry, by withholding Frank
lin's corps either snecoriag them or re-
inioroiBg surname .ai ..anueum. ;i ... w
t 21st McClellan esused the'slaoirhter
of the Corn Exchange regiment by :tbe
foolish crossiag at Shepardstown, Marv-1
laad, ia precisely the same manner :M at
BeireUiBff. '.o . j I., t-aa-
S2cL MoOiBUaaretaeed-totBote hie
army acaiavK Lee after AatkUaLea -ra-
rioaa a retexti tlut it eeald sat be moved;
aJthoBgh apoa aeiag awperaedeiby Pope,
the 'latter 'awTed Km arasy.with the
grmataet eelerkj." ' ' ;
- Hraa's YouaMoia.--h the battle of
8tooe Rivera raw Hosier recroit n .on
of Grose's regiments ot iaterested i In
tha fight It was thearst time he had
smelled fire. He had been long enough
with the army toieanl its slang; and, bs
used it zealously. The 'fallow- fought
like a tiger. He loaded ia, a good deal
lew time than "nitw tiaje," and fired
wheaerer be coold eee a head. Hie whole
eoul was in it. Every -time be leveled
aad fired, he shouted: 2.
' "Man's yoar male," eaap, bug,
'here's yoar malel"
.Aboatthe tweatieth roaai a rebel
shaipaboeter etraek hia ia the left ant.
He looked at the wotrad with Banaesaeat,
and fa a short spasm, tsjaealettai:
Thea Uyiag dewa hb makes earefully
and stripping -off hie tweMterateats. he
also laid them dowa deliberately .aid ran
to tbe rear with frantic aetergy. "It wae
evident that "here's yoar mule" had
eUmpeded. The1 oSeer- who dsscibed
tbe aBair said that it wae the. most Iodic
roaa iacideat be laad ever wjtamiill'Oti" a
teari reiki dewa bis ehseks. .
- -Cows, ahaMfi asH -hajresB, eaya a wnter
frem India,-ftraV'at' will over the .grave
of Gen. Havelock.
$2.99 PER ANWJM, IADYAMI.
WHOLE NRMBERj 380. i
BOS 80 BABY, UTXIB XAC.
t-Thnt eoadswted, the -work eT reeoecilatlea weelf
hare beta eaty." JkbCitUeei', ' -j- f irrjftsni
if a. not at) eity; Little'Mao,
Tori wastkere to eee;' ' '17C
lew may barebtd an easy time,.
I shell remember, little Mee, .
E'en'tomydjlaf day,." ..
How ia nrtf eJeVmlry Vwaaip..- - TJ
iVeeteflerrreekwelay... - .
Tmr tttrs tbette erlf bdy. link MW,
Tr fbree trere wUu ha anem;
Rat see. pee eeMtera, la the aire, i .
Were floasjderiaf to aad fte.
Tbe Keke.lufWd at a,. Little Me4 ,
Vhe ceeld their mirth coodemal
We tailed like matbrau In the mad.
The atrrees uiled for tbeet.
Twat kiadaeta In yea. Utile Mae,
To set no ae;re free;
Twas kiaJnatt to fan StmOtnfrltmit,
Bel rather hard M me.
. !L :
Twat maaly la yon. Little. Mao,
To leave oar root their staves
They dethtlest aeeeed them te dl( H
Their treaekee aad their tnvee.;
Bel 'twat setey,.Lsk MeY
Fee aa, warn oat with telLr
Te meet seek faamea ai We met
Uftsa tha "tacresl aelL"
They fcejjht st (ereely, Uttie Siti
Uadaeenxkiudehetlxbt . t "
were ratty with aleet , . ,
Oar ttUu alone were brlrbu ""-'
- " c- i tti Mfl
Aad yon remember, Little Mae. .
That famearebaoio fbue;"7, .l-HS eta
To as that foofhrthat seTta-dtyt' flrkt,; ;.,- lo
.. . .. .
i w. av pMMaas lace. .. , . ,,
a- '-. '
Fett say 'Iwu rare. Little Ma; . . J
Bat frernember well,
Twat aertt to tee friends fall raftrt.'
And Jeava them. when thfyH., .. .
And an wha foarht there,' Little Mae.
Will te B. nnd tell yea trae,-.
That il't a eaty Ihinj to tare
FrtiJnt out SUvrry (oe.
V; not to easy, Little Mae,
For t was there to see;
And whoa yoa try that work afaia,
rray do aetata oa an.
tf I maK meet eat Ibea afaln.
Give me a leader' trae '
Lineela or Sherman, Great or Stlkl,' ' "l'l
Or nay maa bat yoa. ;Jr!W b
C9" Tbe rellowinr It aa epitaph upon a ce)IeWattd'ittw
tejisr, who fell with tbe fall of AUaaUi .
At hit head a worn-eet tpade;
At bit feet a broken pitcher; '
Here, in bit "hut diich.".fe laid
Mac, tbe errrlatUa diuber.
Seyt U. S. Grant ti B. E. Lee:
"Sarrender Fetarshar; to me."
Sayt B. B. Lee to U. 8, Grant:'
"Hare Fetersbnrf t Ob.'ne, yenshai't." ' -i
"I thtn'll" says Great. "Ohvery well; , .,
Ton tay I shan't. I tay I (hi li.'"
Who Comnaeacctt 'tilts Wa
-Those who would throw1 'the griHsT'of
the war upon the shouldere of;Mr. Lrir'
coln, are requested to read, the, fallowiag
catalogue of,-" remarkable events,") pnbf
lished in a Southern Almanac, all of
which occurred during the' Prmidenoyaol
Mr.Bochanaa: . i r , t m mrrf
, .- Deo. 27, I860. Cepture-of FK'Meet
trie and Castle Pinckney by onthOarof
lina troops. Captain -Ooeu jeeureadata
the revenue ratter Aiken'.. " "J .' . ""' '
Jan: 3; 1881. Capture of F6rt'Pnl
kiby'theSavaBntb'troopsr'' ":r "
Jan. 3 The araaaal at Mt.! Terada,
Alabama, with 20,000 stand,. of anaa,
seized, by tbe Alabama troppso . , ..,
Jan. 4. Fort Morgan,' ia Mobile Bay.
takea-by'tbe Alabama froops." "c '"
Jaa. 0. The atiaamshtp- Star -of the
,Wt . fired iato Bad .drives -off rby 'tiej
8onth Carolina batteries onMorr,klBiJ,
Failure of aa attempt to "reiafoice Fort
8nmter. " 1 voa " A -8W-
sad: Pike, sear New Orleeae, cipinrtibf
tbe Louisiana troops. ; r . ij-i(s ia .ma
Jan. 14. Capture of Peaeseola Nbvt
.Yard aad Forts; Barranee!raad MeSae.
.Major Chase shertly afterwards Uksa eoe
.i01Vif ?d-tB8 'Wi ot ,Fort Pjckaae
arseaal 4o Loa Waee twopi.'-ii'J e T.rf j
Jaa. 31Naw.OrleBh Miataad Caai
torn How Ukssv, :. . ,t tl cn j,,.
. Feb.3. SHreofLittJsRctai:aeBB.
by Arkansas troops.., . . .
er Case to the AUbama aekJtlwk-icJa
. Feb" 9. iafferson'Davis. of 3a-misaiBt
p,JBnd -AlsxaliilerH. SteVpVoTiaSo
c-Fab: Tlfl;-Geaeral TwieM? ittm
aothorities. Colonel Waite. U. 8. A
snrrendsre 8an. Antonio to J3eo. McCbI-
Ioch aad his TexsaTanajars.j toLiioO
March I . The rare nne' rotto. JUhia
seized by the TniknthontU'f
paper la a Joret'ga oqauyThiMi)ar
treal Witaeas very pertiaeaUy7iifsils
aa follows ; -'Nor all flieea, wwrwiaj
like and treseoaable.actf, aad ralT were
committed' beore "Air Lfa'eOla asHaral
effiee. It ti simply tidiiaotu-W'imf
that be ccmened .tlwwarr. itftaw '
12th of April Fort &m"tr.wpbcabavjamr .
ed ; on.tbe JSth it wa snrevdred, aad
oo the Mtkiife (Was:aeaaUs1.T feVse
not till tbe t,Mmed'sltetia Jjfnf
W.iti ibiSe Iseer e.'fli7e T4-y
eavs eontiaae- to rH'teVp(iaer4m
AmerTea ia etim'S3t V tWf.Woi
whom 1,553.000 are Ltithsrsna.