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For Freedom and Nationality1.
General Uragg't Whereabouts.
I'rwn Itm M iirfrf'.cro' Tlei BarioT, 0-t. 2'.
. C. OTEKCEK, Editor.
EUNDAT HORNING, NOV. 2, 1SG2
where (Jen. 1'rapc'i ofii
deled, and bis subsequent movements,
that he'is not mating much of a retreat,
Georgia Rebels against the Con
... script Law! The plot asamst
the Non-slaveholder clearly Ex
I Some weeks nir.ee, we published long
extracts from a letter of Governor BitowN',
j Of Georgia, to Jeff Davis, repudiating,
protesting against, and nullyfying the
Confederate Conscript Law, Subse
fluently the odious Exemption Law was
raffed in favor of all peroons owning
twenty slaves, and upwards. The Supe-
and fifty-five, while the Confederate Law
only reached those between eighteen and
thirty-five, giving an advantage of ten
years to the State law. The Conscript
Law was tin n unnecessary. Why then
was it passed? Freemen of the South,
listen to the startling answer, fur it will
tear the specious mask off the features of or j9 retreating very slowly, if, indeed,
this tvrant of cotton aristocracy. It was I he is retreating at all. From a letter to
to furmsh i rm fob KSf.urxisa TiiE '16 Atlanta (Ux) Commonwealth, daM
J'arbourville. Kentucky. October !. we
LaIHJB M.AVE-HOl.DF.R OK TUK COTTON I . ,.,', .f ';;.,..,.,,.' .
bTATrs from militabt Xjutt, under pn race i uTl)e hrmr ig amply supplied for
of vrfeTviii'i the ixIict of the country, while I months, and hundred? of wagons are
the KO.-j-sLAVEnoi.uEiis and small flavk- ow on their way wium, lauen wim
HOLPEK COCi.D BE MAGGED OFF TO THE
BATTLE-FIELD TO EIGHT FOI1 THE 1'P.orr.RTT
OF TIILia WEALTH? WOULD-BE MASTER.
It is not enough for the wealthy cotton
aristocrat that lie has thirfan trie for
every twenty slaves he owns, while the
non-slaveholder Las but one, but hav
ing cot the South inextricably in
volved in rebellion, he now seeks to
TV . 1 1 . A . ... I a ft AWf M ITi A Vnllftfrni. ....-11 . 1 .. i I .. .1
. x ue luuowing very inieresung ariicie i "V'S"' uercu among in victims on tee a
snows What elevated positions men tan 3 -u,..,. j , ,Scm,i Bnr inrm.. ouch a late, moueri, was
- i nrniinnr in that r s in .... a r a i ... . , . . . .
There seem, to . some doubt yet as attain by the aid of gass: - one w fi nd o " LZ
. 1 . a 1 V I I v 1 ' ' ' V V 41 V ail PBII'I V .
lo me mreat , oi uenerai i rap? irotn Im.m u,t M-ntifie American.! . other, a earner, vu ereatlr tli.ntto.l Tlv.nii.tn...i V .
Kentucky. I! is evident ti oia the place I rrr j i r . i bt !il in t.i.r h n Mrr;i.!A.i;.. Ul, nn ' .. , , . w 1
- '"""""" ;? r n ti:x I a ingot 01 lour roues
t- ri.- . - ... ...
HUt A UrpOSCS UfeaieSl llignl well herd f.int tnil.tmn.nf lrrnr:l . i 7 . i
Ever Attained by Man. sounds ; but Mr. Ulaisher observed none Coxwell and Mr. m.i.u
Tew weeks since wo cave an account f,rr b h4 ",bed an altitude of a mile attained an elevation of over four i '
secona balloon ascent made at fn i iu liiu ue uis- in uie urst ascent inmv Wolverhan.'
uncuy heara me report ot a Run; the pi r. I oxwell and Mr. (ilaisherrear ! !
will occasion the
Tha wagon trains
Wolverhampton, Kncland, by Mr. Glaish
er of the Greenwich Observatory and Mr.
n .11 - j:-.! i i J . .
vuawcii, a uisunguisneu Tonain, ior the
purpose oI making observations tvr sci
entitle purposes, as a committee of the
Association for the Advancement of Sci
fin 1 17 Inlinrl vli h li m nn.yi.ir.rl .r . ...I I" c ....
J "v-i.u iiiui uc finuiru i in i in ni Tiimu Ul IOUT DlllCS 1 bbii Trd 1
ond ascent from Wol
was the rushinir noise made bv the bal
loon as it sped upward. nuks 700 yards ; third ascmt from
hen the vovsrers had attained an hampton. Six miles. Tho aom.
altitude of aboiii live miles, Mr. Glaisher n,n from the Crystal Talace, have rci
ence. Since that period they have made I bepan to feel the symptoms that had e( altitude of three miles 20OO
i- .l J"" urn iuiuu uirT uire raiue i icii iuw9 btiuuiuius iiiat I la I "i liiree irnici zimh i ... a
oeuei on u unoi ln,u, :! ;i a a. ..... tn 7 1- i . : .. ..fr 'i
Bim,Pilot nnr rmr is retrealinc bnt ''Valiri U,,IIH iio- I u.u pivi uiij;nuuD iu uiiii, uui u" one mile iiUi ya;
souje.Uiai our army is reireauiiK, oni ...... !,--, r,Ln f ..i i. i in i e i.:..i. t. j J'l
thr-riill tnowbrltrr aft.r a wbiW . " " i a iace nu v. t, u.vu . (..r.-acriu, niMing
uni,.....!,...!. .nniii,tiB. ."me number from Wolverhampton, observations oftmportance to science and
it i.difficnli toVach a correct conclusion" !s, " W w".tb.e..!0J I'IT J." .r".1- Iron Formed by Animalcules.
S, l1 ? "?:ff,ih .T: wonderful evcrro.de, . th'e dating - atnwphera so thin tht the least eL'rtin
" ,. ' . V V ' J 7 .6 V . . nauts attained to a higher elevation than caused breathing to be
SLX w!' u1 h ? hT "! Wore by human treme pain and diaiculty
rior Court of Elbert county, iu the State k ... lion..iaVehoijer of th. gonth
of Georgia, recently had a case of con- g0 0nt ,nd fight Lis La(t!eg whne fce to believe that General l'.r.ire is m.in-
The Journal de 1' Instrnrt
a matter of ex- 1,,e contains a curious article by M k
v. Mr. Glaishcr car de Watteville. in which i, .nI
irem ixenincKy. ue imnK m uw re- bci TLi8 ,agt t k , - subsequently became unconscious with- ces the fact, not generally known tha 1
mark of the correspondent above q;io1ed fith of tember 1 out betraying the slightest symptoms of of Swe.Ten there are t S
gives a Key 10 tne general impression in P -,,, ,.. lln.e!no- 'a .iiv.i. nr .mtinrn ... "
regard to a retreat ; and we are inclined aeria, and lhfi m ,)i9 companfon Maxwell's power anim.cules, not unlike the S? i
cnption trougnt w iore ll on a writ oi 8ty8 ,t home( taking care of his negroes
.akaj cofjpus, the plaintiff being oneJand fine plantation, and sells breadstuff's
JAMES 51. LEVES000D. lhe following anj Du.at . enormous nriecs to the armv.
point, among others, was presented : And yet will it be believed ? there are
"The Conscript Act is unconstitionalj but 3C0.000 slaveholders in all the Slave
and therefore the act itself, and all States, and in the cotton Stales, five suthi
regulations and orders based upon it, are . , . ,, 1frnm ,
t'kpwiBP void " J "'c ,.. iy .v.,v'v
jo wonaer Ueorgia remonstrates, pro-
Ma the preamble of our Confederate tests, and nulliGes. such legislation. It
Constitution, care is taken to assert and will not be etrance if
maintain vuat me ciau-s aio euvereign
.nit nrlonnrlnnf. Tn vti.f. annca ran
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this be said of Georgia, if every man 0f UCU1U" 4,ur uoc" vr&i
licr militia caa be taken from under the these views of supreme State Sovereignty.
control of her constitutional Commander- Wiofall. of Texas, declares that there
taining his position
ii lrate is roajn- (jlainher was Ut-vuted to lhe reaUinir and I ufruumrauoe seciued almost wondertul.tor ,a,d the foundations of larce i1.ni
near mo uauie-i .v.B ,if ... rr, nr.K-;ti.o.nj;n .ii.:.. i. llmnpnin u ;i...i m 'im
b - .uso 1 . .u i j miu lur aires cpttii
ivuoiairu vi ureruuieiers. oaromeiers ana i uv i me ncsrinir. imiri me Bina- "u8 tu.ufr n matter s
Th.t is rluai.cr.fn wMat! i no indeed 1 I thermome ter a 3. ff.n i.arnm. mL i,.l. I bfl!?R an A rliarti nririnir nn.rl v ? (MIO nnnmla I those beanf ifnt .pm. L ...
Maintaining his ground near t7 litlle-Jirll, had been specially constructed lor the of ballast, he was able to withstand'the corals, Ac. The iron thus found iW
.it riM , i. i . , , voyage, a stereoscopic camera and a set effects of the atmosphere, and to save led, in Sweden, lake ore diatino-ninL1!
forsooth! These rebels ought to have 0f extremely sensitive drv nlatea f,r tlJ himself and Lis connani.n from beini according to its' frL i
some concert in their lying. Another purpose of taking a photograph of the swept into eternity. At the bight of pearl, money, or cake ore. These i"!
little rebel sheet published the other day, appearance ot the clouds ; and with a about five miles Mr. Glaishcr entered his banks are from ten to two hundred rot
in Southern Kentucky, says that the view .to w,ch the effect of the npper air last ascending register, recording the trcs in length, from five to fifteen bro!
Yankees need not flatter themselves that " wi?e pro- l .H"",1 u" ue,"S m - " to torec-fourths of
nuvu uuuocii niwi uu-B-uuzen pigeon, m1"!: auuub uvwvr iiiai i mo luicuncss. Jn the winter tl
in-chief without his consent? Must he I
is no such a being as a citizen of the
abdicate bis most important duties by I , , , .
nermittin-r himself to be disarmed of bis wmeueraie 0WB, anu mat no man owes
forces, and all this too in violation of his ny allegiance to the Confederate Gov
Cath of fiice, in case he should think ernment, his sole allegiance being owed
inem necessary for the protection or the I in ,;. Kfaf
' I n l...T.n T,. ,1.. nr
If Comrress can nass a conscrint act '6'
with certain exemptions, they can pass nessee? V hat say her rebels ratient
it without exemptions. No one will I and spiritless as assee, they submit to
deny this. If, therefore, they have conscription, and '-fight the battles of
.lie uvnci in iiii-pi-ii'c tniai Diiait i n . . fr , . .
ueorgia anu j.e2as,wno ireai conecripuon
The copy here is mutilated so that a hrith contcsopt and defiance! Tennes-
few words cannot be deciphered, but it 6eans, how long will you follow this
is easy to gather the meaning, substan- Will-o'-the-Wisp of Southern Kights and
tially, from the context; and the hiatus State Sovereignty, over a dark and hot-
may be supplied soracwnai thus: mi un- Hornless morass, ln whicn your peace,
grees have the power to prescribe what happiness, prosperity, moral and material
shall le disposition cf the militia of a growth, are sinking slowly but surely
fttaie they may take, &c." down, perhaps never to emerge again ;
may take the Governor, General Asscni- while of your gifted, but misguided
lily, and the whole Jundiciary, and thus sons, who go forth in the dewy morning
atmiJukte the Stale OAtrnment. of their existence to ficht under the fia?
m. mi 1 1 1 r a: f it . I f
"Anepaipaoie iniracmin 01 me yon- n f on nnhliv rpMvltn
-.. j ,
i tafi. uuiuuivi " : . I. . .viiiu iu iron I
rll IKin f.i . l 1 1. I evpr. W.a v.ntorl in f h. rirnrmir In ..Minrr. I An iron aolVA I. J
w,wuim TOoiintii, 11 wag ooiameu ' r , , . 7 , . . ' 111 uwn, ana wit
at the Wolverhampton Gas Work I, and B;)uie '"a cordage, and seeing that their a sort of ladle, conveniently fashione
the Superintendent made it expressly for 1)VCS were moro "nportant than the dis- wr the purpose, the loose ore is then hois'
the purpose of less specific gravity than coverie8 ot science, he at once got into ed into the seive, which is then hoiate
maa l,r,.. ...i mi- '..!. the ricttinff of th li.illiion in attend In hia UD affin. TIia nra 41 . . , .
.... . . , , 1 " a -1 wtui u uncu. A II IB was VJ, . j i 1 ,J 13 .. ...... , . o - -" v.vbuua llLill ('II 10 r
..... w ,ne ordinary burnngpas beinjf 0.470. Prucuiar auues. iir. uut-ner in "'ixeu wiui g quantity of tan
. r ,. ' r 0 I me pauoon was set at liberty at 1 V. M., j . . ppeciacies -erciiraneoua matter which is
. ... . . ' 1 Bnu " rose s'owiy ana majestically. " "- j s 6nB, Uu uu wum us- j n in a craule. like tha
itcnaoie lnieuieence nas Doen received I1.1, :,. . .. .1 " certain nothing tvennt iLn ti. l awmiA. I Udfu l)V ffll 1 1 ? C ,r
,1 , r . 1 . .1 "rj vwi 00 aiuiuDt nuuiuncm. j Mir- 1 . , . " r " 1 , " 17 : r"o iuai. in &F
..'r..,!. . ... . r 1 I ter Stood at about 10 inche. wliii li wnnld out a ton of irnn
Memphis in considerable numbers. that it remained in -,vii t), t,.ii.. indicate a hicht of 5 miles, lie had cs. ..' 13 ,,"''r-
seen by hundreds of people ; but sud- Prt v'ou'J ien inniseu grauuany iecom-
From Price's Army.
1Ioi.lv Si'RiNos, Oct. 2i. The troops
1 this command '
7 General Trice.
llolly Springs ia fifty miles from Mem-
. . . . itn1 t n .li.'i..,l . c .i . i . I in"' unconaoious. and had m.dn an ciitrir
Dhis and we mav exnect to hear in a few w ' ll,lJ " nuoui a miie, 11 1 . : ,
pnis, ana we may expect to hear, in a cw becanie lost in a belt of dark-grey clouds to lhat )!e,:t in h minute-book! but Ulrm fTttrr'Ttr'rttvrt-,
days, that the invincible IIosecrans has lha. enBLroillipi lhA tffir,hK when he attempted to enter the register- 1 U rUVVUlAlClUCltl!!.
fiercer rays of the sun. These clouds lnS o "e barometer be found that he
I Mr. Glaisher states were 2.000 feet th.vu couI not wr,t- Thinking a little stim-
and anomnri . 1, oi...j. ,i .:.i . ' I ulcnt would revive him be reached out
Really these rebel grape-viners pre Ag tLa baIloon ro8e (hi Ammw. -rad; his hand to a brandy-llask that was not
reviewed Trice's troops fer him.
r ar - l
either merciless wags or most unscrupu- ually diminished, and a greater difference more than foot from, where he sat, but A 't R.. mT ' . whk;h
dry and "6 "overeu ne was powerless ana Mn"ing iho MmW ,... ,;; (;,r rv.rt:
since February, we have had
loim liars r lioth tniellirr. Here, evnr I became anDarcnt between the rlrv
, c , . . . . i it ... i .1.1 moiit.
weeklv and wet ouii, anUi on reaching their highest K'" au-' ue 0Jl8"lu ""wbcioub; irie
' l.ltWi.do the ,.,...( i. a . . I last obier.t that be saw was th dim nut. I
ofUn daily assurances of the most posi- whtt,Te'P; Immediately on pas8in- ,ine of Mr- Coxwell's figure in the rig- -
tive character from these mendacious through the clouds, the scene whi h n. I fcmg of the banoon. Directly after
scamDS. that the Confederate armv was senled itself was erand bevond .leu, rin. I Ir- Coxwell observed the condi-
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ui-juiiu iieBcnp- I - . . . r " .. ----- rt.TTrrTinnrn.n . '
. mi a m. l.nn.ri..M r. & ...n II A . 4 A. I1..1 I I I U I If L UVU'DW rill T M n rV -W w an
on the point of attacking and stoming iUVlLLib'.
en luiLuru iu an aimocpuere mat I b v... u.9 ;o:,, .
Aashvuie, with an overwhelming torce. wag darkened and humi(, . but-now f , seat, his feet outstretched, his mouth on, T R B;n.An fession wiil oi-fn
Forrest and Mokuan were to " dash " suddenly shot tin into an enc. At his arms by hia side, but his counten-I 1 n iii ixt ihmA n NnV...iJ
I I " H""""V V. I - . I rAl.ln,... I .1.- . - ..-. " "
federate compact is sometimes indeed,
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principally aeitnueu on me pica oi ne- An.ut.oreiwaw.cf deaiw" throuehitand cantnie the Governor and cloudless, ethereal blue. 15elow l,.m W!,J ance perfectly calm. He descended into
ssity. vvna aaangeronsianacy: Ve .. . . t. L.t,. Ti...:! . T. .the earth reseinblin-r a tlaneL i, wafl the car and tried to revive him, but could
nave expenaeu one nunureu mousana u.,.u , r. v ... , ...,i-,-,.-8u j j - -- not, and Mr. Coxwell was also beginning
lives, and untold millions of money to false to the heart. . Its leaders were was to 6lorm it, and most offensive of all 8uXTexfCn to feel amy toms of-faintness, and fearing
maintain the Constitution and the mde- faithless to the Union, and they will bo rirB'..rar w.a to be let loose on it. reach j d.i crevice and dark ravine con- that he, too, might become unconscious
penaence or tne mate., ana mau we now lo ii,e Confederacv. Under that Everv dirtv little rebel officer who could trasled boldl v with the liehter and ir,.r for the balloon was still rapidly ascend
V011. towel. diaiier or a.hift from a fleecy clouds that towered aloft and B-h9 began to make preparations far
Aireason.oiy iui8u ui.v ,mtIUf r--r " " . ' - . .. . . . . caucht th sfreamino- -nn.hinn lowerinK the machine. On attemt.tin?
c.oiiuruie until the Jbv uf Jt.irnh 1ki,1
W. K. HOWLING,
lin " 0,4 faculty.
to avoid personal danger
"Nor ii Vus plen of necessity true in fad,
The conscript law can only furaish men,
We have, and had before, State laws to
reach every man in the State between
eighteen and forty-live, and to tay the con
stood the tc6t of eighty years is your
brightest hope and your safest reliance
Mojman and his men professed several
days ago to have heard that the Federal
farm-house clothes-line, has been trot- Bh h.e, sunshine. Some
' I warA Te tufa a a en nor niliAca I I. ..I.
ting in with a flag of truce to demand dark grey and of f,na9,ic. 0ne'
the surrender ot the city, 'ihe tipsy would rear its lofty head on a baseless
herald usually delivered his message in 8t';ra nct throw its neighbors into a
this style: Oen'elmen (hie) the sur'ren sn,d .b,!k " ni8ht; ih"
m KmiA wiuii .i a, vv vtl'J Call Willi
acrifthiomsneresnry to procure inert, is to forces had evacuated Nashville, and were rbic 'feztracy' 8u,rtnaB the dimand''r a majesty becoming its imrnensitv
. I-.-!. 4 1.. ..'.ll. .. 1. 1 ! n n 1 l.n l .' . . .1 I I. I.--!.. II'. .. It .1.1 .1. - M ' 1 . 1.1 'l ' 1 . .. -
to seize the valve-string he found that
he had lost the use of his hands, and
that they were perfectly black. Fortu- T,)n SAI K -t
i.l.. 1 : . .i i : . i 1 1 . I
iiawM v, urine a ucuuni as wen as an aer- I t ftrvin .
onaut, and bel'eving in the rKwer of his -Ul X HilXb, UUJMT & GO 3
a . . I. 1 I .il '
iffiii, ii heit'u iiie vuru wiui in 8 mo u in,
jniinrain me ar.w.iu, w.. .u.urui.y wiai ,((tm,)ling to encourage their friends in
eiirhteen and thirty-five than between SouUiern Kentucky by circulating this
eighteen and forty-live. foolish story. When Nashville is evacu
"Whereupon, and for these reasons, it atod it will be when our brave boys have
is ordered and adjudged by the court ,eft u lo ciia8e the rebes who will be
that the act of the Confederate Congress, . t 4 , , . , ,
known as the Conscript Law. and en-i- flymg not-at -double, but a quadruple
fll 'An art In (miliar nrnvidi. t,;r llin nuick. What a fortune A PAS LQlmifaC
I " 1 . o Ti!J... o 1
..ii . j r .'. ..m. vi .1.. t'.. m I . . . ... i r lav iiil'iil . i n u i zy mi rninff n m I 7 . ... . .
jjuuiic ueience, is voiu; anu me piainiiu, turcr coma make uy getting ihe tongues J B j , ... int0 re(luisnion, oni the balloon was as
Our soldiers are in
. it it
ames ni i.evengoou ue reieasea ana ais- cf (llCge guerrillas,
Sidnev P. liruce. and from the custodv high and exultant spirits, and are ready
And control of the Sheriff of thia Court, to bear aloft the glorious old Star-
and be set at liberty, Mo go wherever he spangled Banner against any foe, do
pleases. nieetic or foreign, and bid defiance, suc-
Let us lear in uiind that the ostensi- cessfully, to all traitors who would
tie purpose of the rebellion was to main- overtkrow our noble fabric of free gov
tain State Sovereignty, and here we have crnnient. To fire their souls with war
a Superior Court of the most prosperous tial ardor, they have the Fourth of July,
And powerful of all the rebel States, and nd tlje example of W'amiinuton, with
Ihe Governor of the State himself, de- H the priceless legacies of the Revolution,
daring that the most important, and and its invaluable boon of freedom, un-
universal, and comprehensive of all the der the auspices of a wise, a liberal and vas,a,10IJ and death into the ranks of the ballast and higher and higher rose the
of the city ! (hie) ; "and then the mihta- through minor clouds surrounding it;
ry Bacchus swearing, and spewing,trotted and a third, more light and delicate,
off on his burr-tailed sorrel. For three wou'u cnan8e 118 V a e nen
, 1 ,t i , , as the voyagers could observe it. Added
U'J' l'Bl "c icrUBu.CuJ...jf BBureu (othis was a strong sunlight, which for
that a tremendous assault would be made, few moments became so intense that
in force, on this devoted capitol, by at Mr. Glaishcr had to shade his inslru
limit flfr,.in tinnanri r0l.oia t.t ...o ments. When a favorable opportunity
. i oiTBtrutcu linen vaiuiria nan orougni
b'H :nlA rcmiullii.n Vint fl.o l.ollv,... n.o..
lo I "brightly breaks the morning " and cending with such velocity owing to
the Confederate army with its waving the expansion of the ga9, and the lighter
banners is not visible, while our p-nnnra character oi me atmosphere that Mr,
c .m,i . .l.i.:. . . .
ujaisuri lai.ci iu v";i.iu a Mllgie piC1
Inrl. At three miles rnVh tl.r. nnwhina
menls, by the t-ule of their glittering was rising at a fearful pace; the W.ooo
cannon, and puff long curling wreaths feet of pas had expanded to 'JOXiO, and
of smoke into the fragrant moving air. was oo.ing out of the safety-valve at the
Our firm eonv.Ytinr. 5. that in. bottota ' he !J.aU.?- 'Mr . Coxwell,
,. , I However, leaiing iiku niey might be ap-
would as soon think of attacking pande- ,roacl,itiir the sea, and having iiothin-r
mnniuni itself, as to place their carcasses but supposition to judge by, determined
within the range of the long and terrible t0 Iua,ie !he '6t 01 lime, and though
tin- ..f ..i:il.. ,.,t,:,.i. ..,.-. v. me veiocny was fu.-u as lo give a rotary
v. ..... i , , ii uivii wan iu ooor o:- I . . . . . i 1 1 , ., .
J' ' I iriiit inn tn 1 hn liu lirfin ho tir.w.nt mi.i a
laws which the Confederate Government I a just government, granting "Equal
has yet passed, threatens the annihila- rights to all and exclusive privileges to
tion of the Executive and Judiciary of none."
every Southern State, and the destruc
tion of every State Government! The A little rtbel sheet published under pend ence of the SoulliTfl Slatee, is sedu
cotton Ptates pretend to rebel against Mohoan's supervision, for the purpose of lously endeavoring t override all the do-
Federal Government, and before they Imanulactimng a continual supply ofpntM mi stic regulations of the Suit s by a Con-
Thc rebel government, professing to be
fighting for the sovereignty and inde-
liave been in the contest for State hide- for him, says that the "Federals are not
pendente two years, they adopt a law surpris.-d at anything Moiwan does
which establishes military cmii?Mtc-l Well, it is a very !mbtlul compliment to
Government, under the control of an ab- a mar. lo say that one is not surprised at
polute, and unrestrained dictator. This anything he does. We concede that much
Conscript-Law destroys all personal lib- to UoJwiAN, however. MokhaVs organ
crtv except that of the larire slave-own- also savs that "he bloweth where Le
af w I
cr and und-r it men are dragged Jrora liftelb." No doubt of that; he is a tre-
their families into the army, or shot down I mendous timer, and the fellows whom he
for refusing to obey their military master. hi(c!)i are trenerally as big blowei.nas
But the most revolting and tyrannical liimself.
feature of the Conscript Law, and the
Eaemption Law connected with il fori The people of Richmond are said to bn
the two are really one is vet to be dis- su!lerin from actual destitution of the
cussed. This Georgia Court solemnly I recessaries of life. We trutt that a "vig-
declares, in a reirul&r decision, that this orous prosecution of the war." will soon
. . . .
legislation was unnecessarv. for the Mate reduce them to the want which annu ls
- - i
law reaJuul every man between i-ijlitet n I the irf Tennessee !
voyagers, attaining an alliuidi where the
cold Itecanie intense, and where Mr.
Coxwell, who, from having under
gone great exertion, found the power
of breathing extremely difficult and
oppressive. Ily Mr. Glaisher, how
ever, no such unpleasant sensation was
experienced r.ot even the intense cold;
he remained in a stale ot perln t quiet.
"Will IV ilf. I" V.l'1 Hi lillrkr-'t KillH 1,1 1111
fli- ('u ri'Hl Willi ln'uvi'uiji ii,
6cript Law, and establish a consolidated At one time the balloon was ascending
with such rapidity that it created a rush
of wind, whti h the vnyogers at Jii'6t be
lieved to arise Iroia a eurn i.t of a;r int-j
whirh they wire juM eiitering. Hut
this was not the case, tor the rarne eur
rent prevailed throughout lhe whole of
the journey, and apparently at a uniform
V lien the aeronauts were at a bight of
three miles they threw o'lt the firM pigeoi
and it ft 11 earthwaids like a litu of
lead. A tew minutes afterward a second
pigeon was thrown out, but, alter gal
lantly attt iLplig tj keep itself on the
wing, it, too, fell far way Llow the car
and out of fcirht ol ihe aronauts; the
same results were observable in the cae
of a third plv.eon : b'H a fourth whirh
was Bet at liberty i bight of lour
miles, alighted on ti e P p of t!,e ba!lu.t
a id was lott I i. ht l ; w hat b a;i,e of it
What a diurnal chorus is the Conscript
Law pv the song of - Southern rihit,!
! .it 1 1 - u 1 1 Ii h from Urn
ui.i l.'jr iliaili."
It is Hated that tho rebels of Hunts
villa lately hung in effigy Nick Davis,
Jerry Clemens, and George YV. Lane,
Judge ol the U. S. lhclrut Court for
Alabama. Lvuin ille '; nnil.
We don't suppose Niik l"aiH, ,7 ere
Clemens, and Judge Line care one fig
and after a desperate pull he opened the
valve, and the balloon began to make its
descent. In the course of a few minutes
Mr. Glasher revived, and by the time that
he reached the earth the e Heels of his
faintness had entirely disappeared.
While Mr. Glasher was unconscious, Mr.
Coxwell happened to cast his eyes on the
needle of the aneroid barometer, and
when Mr. Glasher recovered he informed
him of its position. From thisobcerva
tion Mr. Glasher ascertained that they
attained a height of fully six miles. At
a height of five miles the mercury slood
at minus 5; the self-registering ther
mometer indicated that it had been as
low as minus .'0 or 52 below freezing
point. Among the -articles taken up in
the balloon was a quantity of water, and
until they reached a height of five miles,
Mr. Glasher kept it from freezing by oc
casionally stirring it with a small ladlo.
When he recovered his consciousness, he
found that the wafer had been frozen in
to a solid block of ice, and it remained
in this condition for more than an hour
and a half after he reached the earth.
Ozone was observable in tho upper at-
moshpere. ihe atmosphere beyond the
clonds was extremely dry, and but for
this circumstance the cold would have
been felt much more intensely.
The deci nt was made at 3.20 1. M. in a
lield twenty eight miles from Wolver
of their journey to Wolverhampton, and
the next day returned to that place and
started for London. Mr. Glauber states
that each Voyage had its own particular
feauture, and considers that before the
Ilritish Association can secure the object
it seeks, il will be necessary to make ob
servations at all seasons of the year, and
he believes also, that the Most iilercting
of those observations will be obtained at
a higlit of about four miles.
In one respect the balloon ascent seems
putty conclusive a to the bight at which
it ii potable for animal life to exist. Had
it not been for the presence of mind of
Mr. Coxwell the voyagers would have
t-hot up into an atmosphere so thin that
1 retpirution could not be sustained, and in
the end the expansion of gas would
j hav probably burst the ballon ;
; ,r, if the aft ty-valve had be n siillicient-
1 y lo allow for thai expansion, they might
i,4f been carried iulo spine and iniui-
I North Market Street,
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