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Bating teea Ifce fatft lUtfmwU la lb JvVw
York ere?!, aad ew York Frfae, to tha ef
fect that t bare taratd (vtmhntfst'-n kf
been Rtakiasr toreche U the cawpt at thi
- - s w .,1
place, to Volunteer, proporiag to tolaateer
tad urging them to fight i and bavtegmelv-ed
fereral letter, and verbal mftMget, from
friends oomplAinlRg of tnj" tkangt, and torat
from Secessionist congratulating tne, I deem
it proper to tut wy pojitloay tf I ea, U to
tnis'akeable term. I do tkK becauit T do
Dot wi$h to pats with tuy old Union friend
and co-laborer, far ft tbaa I , aor, wlta
the Secestionbtt for - ta 3 T tra.' '
I have the ism? piatoa r. - vf thehirety
of Secession and of the.' tt j'Wa.who
feroBgttatesi. !ilatl ;.:eVt tit
"and of the motive that pro. beta, that
1 hare entertained fotth? icji : .retooathi,
and expreMcd t tx a thousaad fv.ro . . ! atver
fQ sanction tbe one, orconfid la tile other.
1 hare never visited any military eiimmpment
since tbe war opened, nor bare i.madt any
r-peecb, of any sort, to any company of Vol
unteers. -. j
A I em not a candidate for martyrdom, tr
imprisonment during the war, and at I hate
been overpowered, first, y the actios of the
ute at the balidt-boz; and next, by the
tnilittrr power of tba State, I bato filter-
rained to moderate la my teas, to e ease: 'the
conrte of wrfre I bare waged, aai to yield
to the neceteity npoa a aeeetdty note of
nt can ttert. I hare rewired to my
readers the newi, at I get St from the papers,
and let then draw their own inference,! I
fought editorially, at long a I could aecom
pltsh anything by fighting, and ia my retire
ment to a position of neutrality, I carry with
ice, mt CKcaiKE.i r&iicirLKs, and shall cher
ish thean to my latest boars in life! -
East Tennessee, with ber Cnioa majority of
20,000 roters, hating failed to deelae her
self the State, when she conld and ought to
have done so; and the Federal Gorernmest
hating fied to snttain the Union sentiment
of East Ttnnessee, when it could and should
hate been done, it ia sow too late to attempt
either. So far as 1 aca indiridaailr concerced.
1 will not 1 a party to any mad scheme cf
Kelellion. gotten up at this late day, or to
any ins.tne attempt to inttide this end of the
Stat with Federal troops. And any portion
of the Coioa men of East Tennessee, who
may be crat enough to embark in either en
teririsr. and ioHtr utter ruin, ai theT are
bound to do, shall not, when "the times of
these calamities be oterpast, " rellect on, ate
for bating advised snch a course.
I have cuny old friends and co-laborers ia
the Union cause, dispersed thronghont East
Tecnegfee, who think that I ought weekly to
pitch into the State and Confederate Got
tramem, and into everything, and every body
connected with Secession, regardless of con
sequences j aud the more so, at I conduct the
only Union paper left in the Soatbero Con
federacj. Not If ing impressed with any such
tense of dutj, I moet respectfalty decline the
boners and batardt of to brate and inde
pendent a course. And if there is any gen
lleman in the Union raols, U this end of the
Su.te, who is desirous to try his band ia It,
I will cheerfully field bio my position :1 " Bat
before he embarks, as a new.brgi&aw, I will
apprise him of the fct that ve are la tbt
midit of a fearfal Itevolation an! Bebellion
that the Civil law bat girea way to Military
rule and the.t, if be is fool enough to attempt
such a course, the Military authoritiet in the
South, re not fool enough to tolerate it! I
cocaedown from my txtrttae position, not of
choke, but of Kfcettity, and I frankly confess
that I have nut the courage to meet, In open
combat, unarmed at I am, elerea Sutet is
arms, end in foil oniform 1
If I am not now understood, I . am wholly
incapable of eipreising myself; npoa this
4Htion- W. G. Uiowttow.
Sept. 5tb, lfcCl.
Valvar and Profane Laapnea.
There l not a closer connection between
the thoughtt and actions of a man, than there
is between the words and thought!. Words
are the etpressiont of the thoughts, and they
hare a power to react upon the soul, and leave
the sUin of their corruption there. A young
man allowing himself to ate taigar aad pro
fane words, hat not only shown that there it
afoul spot upon bf i ; mind, but by uttering
inch words he addt fuel to tbt flame, which
may ia the end consume bit touL : A man
mty not be able to control bit thoaghtt,1 bt
be can coutrol bit words. ' It wat the eccen
tric Lorenzo Dow, who taid we can't pretext
birds from flying over our beads, bat wt can
keep them from building nests la oar btiir.
We can't prevent cf'i! thoughtt, bat we' Ua
control tbe tongue, and we ooght to tta that
do vulgar r profane wordt art aroaoanctd
by it " - :
There art two reaaont, If no mor. why
young men tboold not blackgaard or swear.
They forfeit by doing aor the character, of
gtntlmen ; and aeit, t-bey cant otbart to re.
fleet upon tbeirrifor pot baring raised
tbem properly. Youag oa shouji mtrcr at
ter wordi la any cosepaaywbicu they would
t Fcrtl it ;ttr.rsi"3i:t' CUrl i "in" losses
C0FVi4f "ttl -t4 WHW- aki
The PetrVgVg &rfw, f tl 3tt" ti!u,
Itlvetl&apanfciUAraof tha igrreoder.to tha
.4 jer.j rortcl tj'ndtr Cm, '-BtTUt, of lh
forti tbor aamed. The bombardioeat and
captara of thata Forts, by powtrfut Fleet
which tailed (Vow Old Point oa iloaday ti
g eev ago7tIJef tfci cttaeiknl of tJed. Bat
4er, it ftoUy ccnmaV tbal'eteribmrg tzftttt
Utet, by J4f tlel him Kewbara, X. O.
' The Coufedetatl ., fought irately, with
tweaty 33 pottadcrt mounted oa the fork
Tbeir ball and that gara oat, leatisgon band
at tapch aatweaty wagoa loadt of powder.
Tbt Federal fccttoolt aboal tU to eight
hundred prisoBrt oa!y ten or twelve. making
their escape.), Comraodort Baron and Col.
Dradford, both lata of tbw Cat ted Statet Ka
ty, ira.ataonj tba prltoaert. Alio, W. B.
Thonpoat Fagiaeer ia charge, Ma. Andrew,
Commaadaat of h Fort, Col. V F. Jfartia,
rtlea tl;CTll4la;iltidlI ajrJoTjfttoo, art also
prisoners, all valuable officers.
ForKUattcrat it tituattd oa the outer coast
of North Carolina, About 20 alti from Cape
Hatterat. Fort Clarke it fcboot two miles
North of Hatlerat. The Federal forcet gain
great ad tallage ia occapyiog these Forts.
Pamlico Souad, tt aboat twelva tailct la
wfdtb, aad at much at twenty at points, wath
et the most fertile portion of all tha: State ;
anl into thia Sound empty innumerable
ttrtame, panetratiag far inXo tha Interior, aad
aartgablt for tbe Federal gua boct. Two
of these sreaan reach iho towns of Newbero
aad Wathlogtoa. . Great alarm prerailt at
Newbero, aad the cititeat art moving out.
The alarm extaadt to Eiitabeth City, aad ia
all the neighborhood and towat on tbe thai
low waters navigable for light draught Steam
ert, entering into the Sound. Having gained
accejt to the Sound, the gun boatt and Steam,
ert caa anno the citiient of the interior.
Geacrali Zollicofcr and CaiwelL
Tbt Rffitler of the 3d last., givet to itt
traders the meanest, the roost malicious, and
every way villainous article, that bat yet ap
peared in that filthy receptacle of the pre
dictions of the liars, cowards, scoundrels,
and defeated office-set kert who write for itt
polluted columns, and forge letters with a
view to procure the assassination ot Johnson,
or the itealicg of money from Lawrence!
The articlo in question, it aimed at Generals
Zollicoffet Aad Caswell; and altbcngh they
are not gamed, they are pointed out in un
mitutkeble terms, ts bating tbeir ears smiled
by Llncolaitet, charged with listening to the
cry of conciliation, and with hating dally
poured into their ears the most suitable
poison ! The article counsels tbe hang,
ing of Union men, and protests against sbow
iog any quartert to the Icadert in EaU Ten
nessee. The whole truth in relation to these ofteer,
and their operations here, and the real ground
of complaint against them, we will state iu
plain words, and withoatany effort it dUplay,
True, we bare never been in their Camps, nor
have they visited at, though we bate been a
close observer of whtt has passed. The only
' poWoa " we bate ever poured in the ears of
either or anyof the military men in command
here, wat to send a message by an Aid, to one
of the Centra!?, to please order the Cavalry
to desist from riding their horse rapidly, or
otherwise npoa tbt tidewalka of tbe two
leading ttrcett ia East Knoitille. This we
did at Mayor.
But theit Generals bare both acted with
promptness, aad firmness doing what they
believed to be their dnty alike protecttngtbe
rightt of citizens and toldlen. We have not
beard their conduct censnred, but spoken of
in termt of praUy except by the vlira Stxi4
ik clitjnt here, who seek to control every
thing and every body, for th"eir own base and
selfish ends. These Generals bve Jont a
great deal towards calming dowe tbe troubled
elements, and reconciling tbe people of this
end of the State. Tblt It really the offence
tbey have committed. Wt hare here, acow
ardly pack of aatite cowards and assassins,
who bare desired tha' Civil and Military
Authorities of the 6tate, to take up their
quarrelt, aad avenge wroagt which they hate
oever bad tbe pluck to dot There areothen
of them, who hate taken offense at these
General t for not recommending their rrlatlrrt
to the Confederate authorises for po.ition!
ia the army, when the dissipated habits, and
taleatt of tbt partief ditqualiSed them fur
terriag at evearfra7. Others have not bee a
allowed joba aad contractt, and cbtncei for
pecalaUoat tad thefu, that tbey deemed
themeelret eotttled to, and qualified for in aa
eminent degree. Tbfi It the wbplt ttory
briefly related, aad katwo to it true In tbit
town unity, : ; . ; , , ,
'o wonder the voloatetrt and oQcen are
curiitg and denouncing tbt Ileuirrt at a
dd dirty Ijlagibeetaboaodlng io false
hood aad tffortt to stir ap tUlX 1 4 la tome
iatUnecs, tbt atwtbeyt hare been drives out
it Caajt aaj forbidden to bring tbt paper
aoaaf t&oy ; ' ': ' . :.' " ' ' .'
ITTha Peteriburg iprm itAtet that
If. U. JCtrtt f tbt llolttoa Conference,
bat gobt lata tbt army, aad i attached to
Oea. Floyd'! Brlgadt. If Mr. JC bat bow, at
great a borror for death, at bt bad when tbo
Cholera wni sit tnsr II.. Church . rnembera
U'fff, eteMlMS ia ell,
, ii) rrMMat ia
1 mM to lb rfflrte4
?- KlKrutlil Vl i,
4. tat Xhrf wM r
- to ilt9 itll rwif
H rtrftast that jw
ot4 triiiablr SHitimw.
ntofWtfcia hf trf e anne
'tlt-fenl kt. . iS to
! pr'Ur rb trt
vr(prr e; a tb (ulmtBto
rity, tk4 nrniuit eoni.1
Par w tbe ry em
frnproatpftt ia It scent-i:-4M ranv4 1w ewtry uM'it-
tmtifti rtrtat pvn iu exercise vt fwM fwwerr-
We hate ao doubt of tbt truth of tbt fore
going tutement, as 1 ia- (act,, wt bato tbe
name from the lips it the tamt gen Hemes re
siding in Memphis J it laliftet at of tbt lib
erality and conservative. dUpotitlon ot tbe
Cop federate AathontUa at FUthmoad ; bat it
does not dettroy oar bad opinion of tbt toeak
log, deceitful, aad corrapt tniaint la Katt
Tennessee, who bat - tjrgtd the luppretsion
1 ueione tatng rcmaiot to ot done, cow,
and that tt for tbt Cafederate Goremmen
to put all corrapt partizani out of office
where tbey caa handle letters and papers.
Tbey bare recently turned that corrupt vil
lain, Sitwartt out of tbt Post-office at Murphy.
K. C, who bat beco Opening It tlert, and re
fusing to hand oat bur paper, and tbey bate
put an bonett mad in bta place.
How Long will the War Lait?
The question it frequently propoanded.how
long wli! thit war continue T It t difficult
to answer thit question. And when we re
spond to It, it Is yuM work with us, for tbt
most part. Still, wa bav reflected much
upon the subject, and wa have formed opin
ions. Wt believe tbt war will continue dur
ing the administration of Liicolx, say four
years longer.' la the nest Presidential race,
there will be two caudidalet in the old Gov
ernment one for carrying oa the war, and
tbe other a peace Candidate, and the latter
will be elected by an overwhelming majority,
for by that time, the real people will all be
sirk of the war, and clamorous for pence,
upon almost any terms.
These are our opinions, formed upon the
faith of tbe lights be!ofe us, and we gite them
for what they arc worth. In the mean time,
tbousitud of lives will be lost on both tide
5ome on tbe battle field, and ome from
sieknes and exposure. Great suffering will
be experienced. Vice will stalk abroad with
unblushing effrontery. Aad general bank,
tuptcy w ill ensue, both North and South.
Our voice is therefore for stopping the war.
An Unmitigated Faliehoood.
The Knoxville iVfitfef Undertakes to give
a list of tbe names of tnlon men who have
gone over into Kentucky from East Tennessee,
and adds :
Mr lV.jd. th LUcolait fhun Ctrtvr, UlrJ tMr.
yrti'.b. that he t1ni at nlfcht frvoi Rrowoli'w'i liouvi,
Itt tbl city, to cmm into Kti lucky.
This statement it wholly nntrue. No man
by the name of Boyd, or by any othrr name,
from Carter county, or any other county, has
surted from our houae to Kentucky, any
night withia the last six or twelve months.
This statement has been manufactured to or
der, as most of the statement in that paper
are. We have no idea that any man ever told
the poor Devil of the Remitter any mch thing.
If he were told to, it wat by tome one con
cerned ia forging iht JoKmon Ittttri to Amos
Lawrence. That wat a bright operation!
And yet, the corrupt scoundrel who perpe
trated tbe forgery, walk these streets In day
time, and denounce Union mra as Lincoln
ites. The Rtgitttr kuowing all about the for-
gery, and the attempt to Ual Lawrence't
mouej, paraded it before the public at evi
dence etroog at Holy Writ, of Johnson's abo
litionism I Dot jour forger are caught
they are haowo and tbe end of lb matter
ia not yet I
A Caie in Point
A youuj lad, fall of patriotism, and indig
uant towards all traitort to the South, wat
parading oa oar ttreet not long since, tod
calling Instily for ' three groant for Brown
towl" Ao Individual present addressed tbe
cbiralroat Southerner that: "Do yoa recol
lect when your Mother lived in a certain bouse
in an unfinished state, tick, and lirowalow'i
wife tent ber several blankets to keep ber and
you from freeilog, aa4 eatables time and again,
to keep you from starving?"
Thi silenced bit battery, and made bin look
blank, at tt reminded him when bt bad been
yreaatn for Drow&tow'i blankets, bread and
We bavt beard of a certain maiden of un
certain years and autumnal, appearance a
writer of bad original, and ao adopu-r of other
first rate poetryaddicted to society into
which tbt bat been jetuXtd, rather than invittd,
equal to tblt lad, oa tbe score of ingratitude 1
Go lt lads and ladiesT Yon are now finding
A market for your talent. Jfay j0tt cher k op
thit war tpirit, become tbt rmpuntt of many
more favort la Ufa, aad raeiuist of eorurauni
cation between tba ejuemel of North and
South I ;
rsvaitit b(l a .
turn of tbe .,
mint it t-t
th l'rw)id8t tbt a
nr . fuHmit t t
tpt tit trxi am f
IwtilWith tb mfrty .
feat howi4 N pmvJl'.Hxj
iRaiatf Mt rvsmiicr
tntti)tta ttpon tbi iwiliet
ln.nl(f la rHttrUin, b.w
n w rt tta kle a
'Tht Unkn, tnt Cosititntion, and the
Enfrctaeatof tha Ltwi."
attar ctst't tat e it.
- I? KIXTl'Cgr TOMCWROW IXI'1'RLhTUE BAN-
rno ar.iSiAfK mtmY. i jkvt;a win,
ri-MI .K THAT Iti.WH.. iU K A ft'
t T. ,.f.c. ; ' ,!ti t.i t ,.
- - At . i . It. II. ,
I .. t
J j freont . PreeHaati;: :
f Oea. Freaoatbat proclaim! ifntlsl
, ta HUsourL Tbi protlimatloa aracaatt
to unqualified, unlimited, Dictatorship. It
titi as'id-i ci'i'iicg Etatt Ut, and nttt i
(rythieg at fie disposal t the Military pow
er. Snch art tome of tbt fraltt of war, aad
similar role must aad will prevail, ert long,
In Kentocky, If not in Tenaewet and other
border rjtatei, by tbt cooteodiag partiet.
Fremont It concentrating is' large army io
Mlstourl, preparing to eoadaet tbt ir&f apoa
a large tcale. Ht Is a to a of Military talents
of great powert of endorance, brave, and wt
should tay rather reckless, llit govern men
bat full conaldeaet fa bit abilities to conduct
tbe campaign to a successful termlaatioa.
We Copy tbe Proclamation from tbt Nash
ville Patriot t ,
Tbe Stat f Mlswrl taavster Startlal
St. Lot'jt, Aug. 31. The following procla
mation wat istura tbit morning !
IltAMU'UTKM Wurrm j frtvitrttrt,
ft: Loctt, Mfly Jtstt. tU -
r.n lt-r n mcfMirf fht tb (tiumtfinr 0rrt 4 taw
Pfr(mt )wwit MNtme tha 4ikla:rti owar o4
th CMI. Its tl(ftil CMKittinA. ItM kllMIMM of
tha civil antixnty t4 tha tutat ifnwHty ff tita a4
th fievatati of merty ty tatLia mt liinltmi an I
mrti.ir ho inkt very nrj rtrtt tmtf la ta
Plata, and trait th mrTra 4 tba al4icHUa'(artaiM a4
th. vicinity of kt4i tiers to trattfy prtvata aa4
arfbturtinH4 w(oaacn a srt who tod an rair Vm
tr Ibry tu4 laa.Vr, finally dmuW4 lbs Srar(
Maaaiirra to rMftM tha aVily tnrraaMnx (TfBiM ail out
tugrm bleb are drirlng tff ths Inhabltsiits ami ratal r
thatuu. In thta rutxillion tba mUm anMy at tba ssrrasa of
oar at mt results unttr vf imrpusa itbml M t hmirr
anr to tha prtt admrsMtrMh ne an.ir.
In 4-W, tharrtr. ta tarr" ilianrdrra, to naUataH,
aa 1 a Bractkwt4k tha ptNic paav mm to ahr macv
rity aad pr"trU U tSa r an4 p tfrty of loyal
riTix-n. 1 us arrafT xvai ui vkimi rawixtaaM mar
tial UwthrsncbMit tbssavi ttatsaf Miaa-Mkri, and ttta
linaa sf thaanur of orpati ia thiaf uts sr t tfas
trra-ut tlmlarad t axfinii ftM Last worth by way of
lit p-.ta jw rann VJ, Buila. aaI impJt, M tpa
OfrarJtMn lit MiaaiaalM" rtm. AO sr hit
ba Ufcm with stbm ta tbair MH w Ulna Utts Uss ahi
b. trM bjr coart martial, aaJ If ImbJ aality shall bs
Tha rroftatty rasi aa4 aersoaaL sf all partus la tha
taiawi Miaauari, ao shall tahs sa srntt saiiiat tbs
t'niud Ktal,or bnabail Ua iltm-tif prvitn to havs
takrn st-tiTSMrt rth thatr snainla in tha 8abl ia
r!arx4 eoflarat4 1 ablk nan, tn4 alaraa. If aey Ury
haa, art karahy det'Ur4 Irai in. all pmosa whs
hll ha proven to hav aVatroynL slier ,tha phlktt
'it tlita ofh-r. railrusa trarka. brwljfr or WJrfti4 ahsU
snfffr tht axtrvaw ppnsltias of this tsar.
A il craiaj4 bksv4 la trwaaoMtUs crTafsia-a, . fct
fnliicurprwrnrit-csht to tb- siwmias of tha l aiU4
tatra. in armtitm( tamnlt. ia diataHla th fmhiie
tcaixtnillty by eraattaa aot ctrcalatint; falsa Tiy-n r
iiKfiKliarj tlorsmants, art la tbrtr a iaUeaat varaH
tint I Ni-) art x piain thaniartv to aiulfk-n an 4 Mvrs
I'linl.hmi nt. All irvtt vhohava Ixn-a Iwl sway front
lhi-tr allnrtaMoa sra rrqairrd i rrturn f.irthwith ts tbair
kixiira. A ay h stnt without auiuidaot cssaa will ba
ti-l I to hr rrwiuiitiva rtuknra sainal tht-m ; tba ohjart
I this d l.trathw is l place in the batxht vt tha mili
tary antburtu tha piMiea- to ts effect ta aalatinf laws
ai tuiit!ly ta 4-'W-vi ai tha cotwhUiSS wf wae
dfmau.l 1st It la t4 IntenJaai t4 tunpesj th or&iGnry
trihnnal nf the country hrra tha law will ha sdotlflis
rrwl bv lha :rll i fB-rra tn tha al Smarter, s4 la
tlr. ir t i.ui.ary suthurtty, while the siats caa ts faatu
Tht rmmAAdiui( Oener! will ti vijrfliwtly t tha
pstilir WflUra. and is hia etf-rta f-T thwr aali-ty brakes to
vt-Um ant only the arqwicacac bt active U(iurt wf tha
ji.ilt.r tha ct untrj.
Jin! C. rt'Mrr.
V4J.1T Grseral, Cwamandisf .
The Supreme Judgeship.
We are authorised aad requested to an
nounce Wm. F. Coortt, Eq,.,of Nashville, a
a candidate for the Judgeship, made racant
va the Supreme Uench by the rjsipnaiion
of Jilk; CaktTHih. The tickets for tbit
and tbe adjoining countie, will be furnish
ed rfady paid for, at Mr. Uarry't Job OSce
in this city, and at our office. Tbe elec
tion is on the 5ih of October, ilr. Cooper
is well qualified for tbe position, and stands
high with the members of tbe Legal pro
fession, as a Lawyer of talents and integrity.
We are also authorised and requested to
announce Chamcilick Ripley as a candidate
for the name office. Judge R. it a rata of ex
cellent character, an4 will adorn tbe Bench.
There are two other candidates ia the field
all Middle Trnnesseans, and it is the Middle
Division that has t) furnish tbe Judge, under
the Constitution, and the people of that
section are most interested la the contest.
Tbe vote ia East Tennessee will be light.
Fort Macon Threatened !
We learn from the Petersburg Kxprtta, that
the Krderitl Fleet ia command of Gen. but
ler, was la sight of Fort Macon, on the even
ing of tbe istiost,, and that aa an atUck
was expected next morning. Fort Macon
commands the entrance to Beaufort Harbor,
and i the mut formidable fotiScatioa on the
const of North Carolina. The Confederates
are well fortified, and the Express tays, will
reit with daring and determination. A fleet
cf twelve or fifteen war steamers, well man
ned, undertaking the bombardment, will
prove very formidable.
Tbit bombardment of Southern Forts, com
menced, will be kept np alt winter, and ex
tend along tb entire Southern coast. What
the end of all this will be, we arc unable to
conjecture. Much depends upon tbe vigor
with which the work it conducted, and the
energy with which it it rcsUud.
Excitement in Kentucky.
The excitement la Kentucky it Very great,
and i daily increasing. Tbe Legislator be
ing strongly Uuiou, has convened at Frank
fort, and the Secession Goveroer doct aol In
cline to act with thfjn, bat in opposition.
Arrest tre being made, and a conflict be
tween the two parties It certain, aad clote at
hand. The Telegraph linet will be destroyed,
and, the Ilailroadt seise ?hpon. There U
evidently a settled purpose'ia rath the State
out of the Union, and there it at a deteratio.
ed purpose on the prl of theCniooUtt to ad
here ti the Federal Government, Tbe result
will be, that Kentoxky will be made a
great battle ground, and that too, befoit a
great while. Indeed we look for the newt
from Kentucky, with at much Interest as wt
rv ta the news from the Potomir. The in-
jj Hotii Ptiiki art tsteint
i W art ttUiSe J freat what we jlier iron
diffefuat MMtxttf tba.;botb the Sort g84
Fanth art t?ftrlTe4 at , to the tttat ef tij
Mtr. T ti.bkt that tert It a grttter
divltlta Of teatimeat la the Poth thaa thr
tt.-The eletea fieesdsd Htatet at aaj
prostrating the was, with the except tf
Katt Tennessee aad Kortb-Weit VlrgiBif
they are resolved to fight to the death, ;ti
or without pay, V
- 0 tbt other baad, tat Soata ssppain tatt
thera it a ttroag Peace party 4t u, x0rtkf
who art tmbarratting tha CoTMnn,fSt) M(J
that they Had It difficult io rsUeatasi' ,B(j
money fot tba war- Vaia diawi "tVtsl The
North, at present, if Baited, and they kit i
their eowmand aay aamber of aea, B aaj
amount of money. Tbeir programme !s to
carry oa tbe war, aatil tbey toctei, B4tLe;
to beat ap fjr peace.
W think that after a vigorous war cf fGV
or five years, and after hundred of Biiiiifi(
are spent, both tectioat are baakrtpted, aal
baadreda of thousand are slain in bAtCe,
that ttroag Peace parties will spring op j
both tectioaa, and decaand peace, ao i tba; 4
treaty will, bo ejected, leatiag ci j.j j3lt
where w began.
leffenoa DatU oa Tre&ion.
; Jeff. Davit, In tbt tanimer of 184. 9 f4n.
tail Hall, that pronounced an auuib'tna upon
traitort aad treason ia language tob remem
bered. He wat thta bitting the AblitioijU
who swore to maintain, the Costiiatioa, Ti:h
jntt tacb meatal resertailom tj Lt stent to
htve ,bea oakieg wha ht tosktht oaib ia
tbe Senate : '
iMoso cm srrs mzt 1.1 some .t.!.
TAita as oatu TuetffORT this oxTrrrttos
ewns tact, set wata tba tst Uajs a -
ta tha -(as- il''.tBa and ewHl woUUra 1 thi ribt
Tfrr EhTAI5tTi) HIMisLV A Mh.NTth Ultts.
TATIOM T1IAX I!K WILL WAR IMS IHC FKING
rtI8 It K HAt tWOtt TO MAINTAIN. At t FA
tub rKoPkarr aiuirrs, the fttuTKerios .-
WHICH AXK FART Of tllK 00 Ji FACT OS TUK IX
ITU A CHIMSTDOlOWTOaB JtiNIO VZ?tl
nut ASMSJt.Y. It It 0K WtiH H 5 MAS
with skLt-ar-irrcr woclu it& tv-MaiT. Ti
?a iaji that h will nrrokT mc ctTm-
TltN To TAKR AS orriCK WUIrH fctl.oi 11
MAT OF tl ktLATIO? TU A I L THE eTATUJ. t.M
Toc?aiTASAMr.Ahor i.ijikio a rJKTn
or rut fTATM cr wuicii ue . thi thk ntp-
EETATIVK, 15 TRfcAsmX T EVEHTTllIMj
UONURABUC IX MA. IT la TiU RAE A.D CX'W.
AROLY ATTACK r U1M Wll OA !. THE CWri-
i-CKOr AXOTUKit, LS OhOIk TUiT UE MAY
Parson Hielu Letter.
H licit, of Xorth Carolina, a mesber of
the llolston Conference, aad a very active se
cessionist, pwblishe a long and bitter V.tt-r
in the XashvUIe CAntiian Adtcai, atusite of
those who do not see at he sees. As ht is a
JlrChoJat Jtmther, the little R'juUr, ci :bis
city, cepiet that portion of his ef.iioa
taking at o3T. Ia tetting fgtth the pur-
pote of thoe acting with him Li C&ro'..7n,
be tats that they will maintain tbeir greusi
despite u the pitiful whining of aboIUioa':;!
Southerners, the prayer of the d-tV-l.T
crowd on the border, or the prieiily rsr
from Beecher, Creckinride, Car:wrikL!, ail
Urownlow it Co.,
Our reply to thi attack U brief. I;" Mr.
lick lutt-oJ to at, or ia-iuuute I'uM we &re
an abolitionized Southerner, ht wa ni
if he intend to characterire ujJ a li.tir-i.
be 1 himself a tvl?ei. And in either cae,
hia bold and unequivocal perterioi of tLe
troth, is not made praise-worthy because he
chance to be a Preacher!
The Hezaphii Arjpts.
A friend informs u that thit paper, ccti
sionally ataault us with great bit'.rr&tfS,
throcgh itt editorial column. We dea't see
tbe Aryut, and bare ao tub te exchange i:h
it. It Editor i a Northern unn, asd to
make himself at all acceptable to Mnuyt:?. ht
ha to be mere vltn ia hi defenie ff tbe
South, than native Soatberners, wloe S.
delity it not questioned. 15ei Je, he hx$ te
published in one of the MemphU paper?, t t
a rrsideot citiien there, at having once served
a terra iO a Va York VenUtnH&rjf. Thii
tatemenl we gite at a rep!y to all he ci r
say. To be abused by a convict out :"
Northern Penitentiary, we coniiJer a cc
plimenU Our whole course ia life, has U3
one of opposition to jail-bird, mesitrr of
the chain-gang, and to Penitentiary
Jackson on Seceaiiaa-
Ct'n. Jackson, in Lis nulii2o.u,.a cesre
of January 10, 183 A, tars :
Tba riuht 4 tlta vt s aiaU. at t. To
thpMtsaivaa M will, awi ithit the tttiurbl t (
etataa fivui th.lr sut a.'irSiu U-ltmti. u. -i
tha hberUea s4 hafpliM-a f lha bhIih.s tvMt-'
thia t'siuB rsbaut ha at ksaw mif aO. To Ml U- f
ttata By at pJntaara SM-via ftum tba t La, i t
that tha Volte ttates M aol a bAMm.
gkaf" Twenty tbousecd Austriaa Kitir
bate passed through lodiaoapoli to t. Los
is, for Gea. Kremout, to be ui ia the
now going oa in Missouri.
ArriAtAtca or (Us. McCuhiAi. A p"
and Ink tketch of Geo. llcClellan reprert
hint at Mof alaiott boyith eppeartave!'
ing t but probably tesrear olJs(.) '
Napoleonic ISuare, tlihtry inclined to funs
aboot the waistband hat a good head irv i
planted by a neck of boviae hjree apoa ?
shoulder ; kair t a air It crortJ. but net
raddy a&4 browa cotupleaioa, hlae eye,
springing from bit fortbead at a uiciei
angle to iadicatt tharacttv, tleai cut rbla
and a satutfc the Haft tf which iedica"
good bataor aad firmattt ia aboat equal pro
portion. Ja dm bt bight readily i r
a private soldier of the lUod XiVaad "tf!
taaiioa," wearing blots and paats of
goods." " '
be nfhanicd to ntt- ir !' j.- . iij
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