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The Defeat and Capture of General
Zei le in Missouri Confirmed.
Sr. Lori, July 1:2.-.-In the State -Journal,
(Stated Ridht)t.t' th.s cityr oft Thiursdy
morning, the t'allowing telegraph dispateli ujp
t. rer. reived the inight previous. It tahys
I ht III t- ight in the Soulle-west commenced
at. 2 ..'elck, A...'1.. hetweeirthe State roos.
and'I the F.-dralists. under. Cen.Zeig!e,and
othei. t.welve miles beyond Carthage. Thfr
confliet resulted in the Federal troops being
comph-~ltelv routedi. :a:-1 with great anu:hter.
1The Southe.nttetr pn.r uetd tI ert fiurta -n iiiljes
Io a pit. t t"., nt:I!., ueyitm o 'a rthat'. where'
night end: At co.! 't.
The Jour:nal learn' further uy a leier front
Ge.. 'trs.ns :aid to have been received in
Jefferson City, that he (Gen. Parsons) after
pursuingr the Federalists sone distance. sur
ruindled Zeirie atl his forces, and demanded
their surrenrier. Gen. Zeigle stipulated fhr
t he' st! r'nlr of his mien without their arms;
hur Gen. Parsons insisted on an tnctindition
::1 sutrrender whic'h was complied with.
.among the Federali.tw killed were Col. B.
:r:t zrown. Solunwn Kdiiian, ..nd Wolf.
(r -v. Jlur 1'---Crap. dceAllister and
live men of the Tenth Illinois Regiment, have
f.een killed, seven miles this side of Monroe
Station, by the Missourians. They were
caught in anta'h.
A thousuni roops, eavulrv and infantry,
leave Co!. Stas coinumand fur the succor of
the de.este.t troops to-uight..
A dispatch fromt St. Josephs says that an
atteipt was utade by the Missourians to cap
Inre the trai:t at. M1enrot, hut it was backed
..it in tiue to prevent. this, and returned to
ihe town of Palmyra. capital of Mai iun
can..ty, 110 ntiie N. W. of Jefferson city
as it: bur. t.
'1.ue t I graph wires being cut we havay 1.O
It.rther relirlble news front Missouri.
Latest from Missouri.
S-r. Lorrs, Mat., Julv 13.--The 1 ouses of
r:.. Iatriutn va re opaent on ''h"rursdiay night, for
. juiciingd at the ntihilation t" Z-'inle's army.
ihough niot an iilumnatio:, the town pre
a. an ap, e'nianee of cune".
At the Dutteh Gar.ens, the keepers and ae
ors ar.! i:t now s . proud of '.igle and lijern
t., a- they were turnirerly.
IQtr.i'e a nunsiler of foreigners were reported
t. ;ingu thte sty in :dfright.
F..ur hun-dred of Cul. McNeil's Reserve
Gunard have removed the type' ant r aprs
r.-in the Sid .!u:md ttdic: t'ier reading
1l ortIer irom, .evn. Lyon Irohibiting the fur
1.-r pru:b"licationl of the Paeper.
Great e-xeitrnent p-revails here in eo.se
1i*uen'ce of the suppre sion of the Journal, but
1 dtt'iurbance has. as yet, taken place.
Five hud.rud troves are under arms in
li!rent parts of the city.
Di patehes c.un this place and Chicago are
uintevoraible to the patriots at ern.i)n ; but
Qinev, ill the neighbornoud of the hartle
iei.i, :nd ruittn which p>aee the must reliai!e
Uf:!ornat'.'i isn i rceied, is silent on the su ject.
. r.i 'aervd htt:iiits are det-ri-titing the
Western border of Miassouri.
Dispatches 'rom Jeffers, n City say that the
Si ate tro....s are gatheting around iuonevill".
1 l'ue Fprderal invaders have beeu ratur :irmts
r; dry night since W1ednesay la.,t, expecting
tn rte t u the S.nttherrat-ts.
isaIne 3 ! tate of thnings existsat Lexington.
Reinforctttentis, especially artiilery, are
n.-ded by the Sotrhrners.
A rptcial di-patcn to thie St. Louis JRpub
;ican reiterate, the atnihilaetion of Zeigle's
ermmantd near Carthage
Washin gton Alfiairs.
W, .snirstvos, July 1:.--.u. T'aliaiferro, a
-oh -in-law of ul i-Senator .rasoni, h::.s beeri ar
c seda a -.tv.
T1 e want'of wiorc'y ia the reason for thei
dicharge of sieverail of! the clerks iu the Pant
ThUe rese'rve of 80,00 mnet nhas dwiindled
downi to 30,000 mtern.
Genjc. Seast hais been in consuhaitiocn with ani
Alabama nergro. whto says that the Southern
ers h:ve fire' regiments atnd righ:eeni field
piees' in aund arountd Fairfax C. ii. Among
other isnformanti n the -conitrabndt" inforrm
ed a' n. Scott that everything indicat-s that
Lite Stiutherrers are abou~t to retreat.
True spt.eehes aned votes in Cosngraw ind
--te tn-at onily five Ueprte-entattiveti aild seveir
Snator4 are opp svd to the Adminristrarjin.
itt LUC Seniate th~ baill providing adiditionral
pt timatsters for the atuy and the force bill
were both passed.
[In tue House the Civil Appropriations, and
ie Ml tiive unded tthousandt volunteer bills,
.ure outh panisetd.
The fj.ltiniig is the Contract t.oltamittee
. t (nte House ot Repiresetntatives: Menasrst. Van
Wyck, e*f New L1.rk; Wa~rhburue, oi 1ifi.
ms i; Hohntaii, of Itidiani'; Fenttou. of New
6.rk, arid Stee;C, of~ New ?ork.
In thne Senate a reso:utioni has beei adop
et expelling SoutL'erii (seceded) Set~ators
orn that fboy-yeats, t2; nauy4, 10.
Int the House Mr. V'allandighain oliered, as
an arnentdtnent to the appropriationa bill, thtat
o pot tiona of the moneyn shaill he tined for the
su jUption1 of any state, for holding theta as
coque-ed provinces, or for- interferenice with
.i very in anyV State. The resolution was re
t eported Naval Affair at Cape Hatteras.
Rienztoso, Va., July 13.--The last New
bern, N. C., Progre.e, re-ports that fifteeni
-os were recently discharged between a Fed
erld steauna-r and the fort at Cape Hatteras.
Thii lort wns runinju:-d. The steatner drew
il, and it is th.n;;ht t hae n- was disabled.
Jvefr. Davis ::t Work.
B~AroN. duly 1?.-The schooner Fnehan
~., trernm1ri Boatn.'a hretn captured bay the
prvaier .lelf. is.jn
Thei n-anae privateer h:. capiured titree ve.+
.cis eifi Cape- lIIut trars.
I r:nr. n. .1ui 1z3-I.---Thre .Matr Goodell,
ara:t :ere, rey'tts lrairing he-n bonal d by
: - p:Evnt-ir .Mr.3. Ihlnu .ii which had caplturedi
:tenCtd vees.nti,: durng thIe weenk.
:a srrendetr otflain-.;tonl city, LDe
UluAt.InIlU, July 1ll.-1najor Taylor's dis-.
p.itnesn create intense curioaity here. It up
iears ti..t they cortained a demasnd far thle
v .nul Surreinier of Was.'hington City. [tOur
e.a-rs will remtembe-r that prenrous dis
weh r.iir'stated1 that .ienternnt Taylor wit in
\ ntatwintron City unsder ai flag of tracet. We
peuethat the aboveva dinpatch hasrr reference
to the sa,ne oflier.]
Movemiets inl Western Virginia.
Co-mti -r-T, O., July 1l't.-Isplt(.hea re
-- nvaed here from Roaring Ilun, Virginia, dan
ei Jady It., say that Gien. MicClellansd's eod
umali is feelinsg i., way very cauitiou.-ly.
The Sotherners hare beers reinjforedu since
the approach of the Federalists, anid are- now
working with great energy to strensgthen their
The saine dispatch says that Geno. McClel
lani will feel thre Southerners Ibid afternooni.
There was a battlen at Rich mnounttain, nrear
flnarig Run, yesterday. Tfhe Southlerners
2000) strong, uinder (Col. P'egram, were surr
rouded hy the Federailiats. Ther figtht lasted
one hour arnd ai half, wh'n the Southerrners
retreated, it ith a loss of i0t killed, left tan the
Ii. Id andu many wounduted. Several pmrtiers,
tgie r wuith six grius and sonme-horsert, ftll
itto the hand.< tof the enemyn...
The Fedlend~ists lost twenty kiled, for: a
wonied, anrd somtte horses.
.A dispatcht fromt Rtoarinig Run to the ('in
cnrati Ua:e//e dated previouns to Iho battle
at iteh Mounttaini, say, that thne F'ederalis
were 10t,000 strong, while Gen. Pegrawrna
e lt ilimand iutbered~ oinly 2,000.
KE.tNG' sstE WAY OPE.N Fon5 A RUx.-TheC
W ' -aitai corre-sp-ondent of the Cincinniati
Laquir-r (a wair journal) says thant the obja et
of te adinttistration at. Washinigton, in the
rict, moverntsttt in Balntimoare, is " to secure
a ret reat in) case the fortunes of wair shtould
be a-aitnt it." Of this retreat ther Admninis
t atin are likrely to staind wofuzlly in need ;
t,u~ ;sleras all signs and all assurantces fail,
laanrd Nl ;alke the admiunistritioni on the
wg ina the han.otppe style. Unleiuss Old
Abe cant get another sucecessfull disguise, he
will never put his hoofs ton fiee di again.
Arrest of Capt. Richard :Thomas.
RtIlMoxi , Jtily 11.-The -Baltimore Ex
ehung/, of the Ath instant, saya: Captain
Richard Thuntas, of St. Mary's 'aryla:nd. was
prrested on board the steamer Mary Wash
ingtori, on Monday hl-t,fur complicity in the
seizure of the steamer:Sr. Nicholas. - Captain
Thomas was poinuted -out. by ~spies on board,
and was taken to Furt7Mellenry.
Several otbe. s wei-e arrested at the same
teictot . July 12.--Ctl. liToma-:, who
wa, a:ened in t he seizure Of the stemtiler St.
N :!1t+- ftnd whose arretL has ben-ri announr
c,:d. has been indicted 'or pira'.y antd treason.
BATi.rtonE. Jtuy 15.-Four other men
have been~a ar., ted here on a chearge of being
implicated in the seizure of the Sr. Nicholas.
Col. Gregg's Regiment.
Speaking of Col. Greg and his comlmand
-the.Richmond D)p lt ch of Monday last says:
"Since writing our notice of this regiment,
which appearel on Friday last, we have had
the pleasiure of anl interview with its veteran
conuiander, Cul. G regg, and are happy to
learn that neitheir he t.or his ollicers nor
men have any idea of. abandoning the war.
It is the purpose of Cul. G.-to remain in Rich.
Wond for a few weeks and await the return
of his comtntl, who are in the meantime to
enjoy a brief visit to their home-. Tou much
praise cannot be awarded to Col. Gregg and
E the chivalrous, self-sacrificing spirits he has
the h mlor to lead. They have always been
the tirst to take the field in their cointry's
I cause-and they delight to be in the tLickest
of the fIigt. tu.1. Graeg hinscf returned
from the Mexican war w ith a high reputa
tiu t as a c imm:snder, a'td the deeds of valor
performncd by the South Carolina troops.in
that war covered the State with imperishable
- We have heard it said, andl have no rea
son to d. uht, as it proceeded from high au
thasrity, that Cul. Greeg has been looked up
on as one of most ellicient and competent
comtnaudi, .g oflicers in the dep-rtment of
the Puotmneia, and his tuen: ts t!.e must thor
oughly disciplined and effective body if men
on the fleld. They have had but one brush
it0 the enemy-that at Vienna. For their
own sakes, we almost wish a cessatinn of hos
tilties in that quarter until they resume their
position as part of the advanced column of
General lt.-auregard's arml y.
" In these r.-narks we do not desire to dis
parag~e tlhe other regitmntts from the same
itat,. or thoise fror any other part of the
Conafederacy. The profi-ienry we eotlinend
is du-. in a grn at measure, to the advantages
the ' First" have posses~td from a mue
lengthened preparation and service."
Calling out the Militia.
The folluwing is the proclamation calling
out the militia in the coutties of Greenm, Mad.
ison, Culpeper, R ippahantock, l-aluruier,
Prince William, Loudon and Fairlax counties,
Virginia, " without a momert's delav."
This looks like defending our homues and
farms in good earnest :
A ta.JterA r G rN rn..s'Orrtv:'
Rtich mlond. d illy 9, .151. l
The- com:ntndants c.f the .i5CJtn rej;itame.t,
Green couity; ald, Orange eounty; 142 1, Mad
.nun countl; nth, f'ullpeer ranntty; .%h, Rap
pahannock county: I fit and -.5tb, 'auqnier
-ount); 3th, Prince Wilhtam; 56th, .17th,
Ind 1%32,1, Loudon; and 0tr;h, Fairfax county,
will itmmxediately call out ti whole militia
lfrce of those regiments, and report with
thema to General Iteauregard, at Manassas
Junct ion, or any other point where he may be.
Let each man arm hirnself with any de
Iscripton of armsl anid ammtiunition he may
a-v, oar can partcure.
FExteute th,1. on-ler without a moment's
Ily comamandlt W. II. Rncuriaznsos, A. G.
-The Privateer Savannah.
We clip the subjuined paragraph from the
Chearleston XeIre-ury of Thursday, by which
it will he seen that. the reported conviction of
the crew of the Suuarna was irncorreet:
"eare gratified toa be ab~e to state that
a let t.-r of rtteent datfe has b..en receivaed from)
Mr. John liinlestoni, first otlicer of the priva
teer duranah/, int whichi he ,tates that none
of the ollic rs oar crew of that unfozrtunte
vessel have yet b-een brought to trial ; that
they were situated as comfor~ttably as conld be
desired under the circumstances, and that
they would have the advantage of the ablest
coun.sel in the conduct of their defenee. The
report wich we coapied from a Riebmond pa
per. that they had been convicted of piracy
was, it seems erroneous.
A Scoundrel lit Large.
A man appeared suddanly inl our- town on
Friday last, (whether on foot back, or what
way, we know not,) anal cut quite a swell.
Ili, tirst step was to buy a new suait of clothes,
as the one he had on was not in correspon
dencee with thu~e of a "spoart." lHe put up
at Mtessrs. Eint & Powells Hotel, without
registering, which of courl-e slipped his rmemn
try. On being asked by some one what his
namle was, he saidl he " never carried a ntamne
when he went travelling." lHe claimetd to be
a native of Virginia, and pass:d oTr for a to
baccou pedler, stating that t is teams were a
few mnies fronm this place, and that he was
ansiionis to engage his tobacco. lie h: .1 quite
a surpluts of Caiformta's rich dust, and was
quite obliging in ebantging several idieccs for
p:per monaey. lie semed perf-c-tly acqutain
with all the s$atious of our troops jin Virginia,
anid was quite santguine of tictory on our side*.
hlo purchased flaivana'st with extravagance,
anid seemned to enjoy themt with exceeding
gusto. He iiitedl nll the hiar roomsa in town,
pithing into "old Fremnch-' as though he were
a famniliar acqjuaintaince, tienting~ every oneo
who would take a " smite" withI him., 'He
seemed to be liberal enought not to spend all
his money int one house, but to distribute it
~ilis enjoyment was tinally interruptted, by
his a-kitg a free negro to tae a game of
eards with htim. The neagro in rormued on hitm,
but too late for arrest, as h-e hatd taken the
hint andt: left tor part; nktnuwn. Suspicion
was immaediatelv aroused, and he was pursued
several il~es, but he ft ade good his escape.
We have since leairned that he stole a horse
at Paeolet, irn this District, and one over in
York. Ho is a man about thirty years of age,
ive~ feet eight or nitne intches high, qutick spo
ken, arnd hats a rascally couttntenance. Hie had
on, whena he left, a lacatk sni fcohs n
n black lowerown bat, lIe probably wontid
weigh one hundlred artd seventy p(untds.
Look omit fat- him. eve-ry body.---l'nionville
"Nonaoy Heat" IN Pt t.AtnIiA-A
meeting of unemtidoyedl citizenis was held int
Philadelphia on thle :5th instant, at, whicht a
petition to the c-ommton council was adopted,
akintg that body to adopt some mneasures by
which those out of emuploymtent might ulbtain
work. One of the speakers stated that there
were imeni ini the city who had not tasted mecat
fr noinths; others who have lived ona but
one mecal a day ; anda the speaker alleged
that oue rman had actually died from starva
We take the following paraigraphs fr-omt the
Charleston ./ereunrf of d1 ty 1dth:
We are auithorized to say, by one of the
agetnts appuinted by thne Set-retary of the
Treansur, to receave Crop Subiscriptioins for
the defence (at the ('onttbdetracy, that the peri
odt for ac-epirng staid siibsctriptions is not lim
ited to the 20th inst., but will he r-eceivedl "at
any time before or after the sitting of Con
ress." Such lists as can be comtpletedI by
die 2,th intst., shouldi be forwarded to the aev
eal District .\gencies.
SAI.E; or SCCA Rs.-MesSrs. Mordecai &. 00'
sold at auctiont yesterdlay muorninig ia lot of 87
hhdai. primte Muscovadlo sugars, att prices rang
ig from 7jNr Sie.
F.QLtsriasstr.-TO iride a hion-se without
saddle or britdle, at full speed, is gernerally es
temted a very gor.dl feat ; but add to that the
throwing of the person of the rider complete
ly under the horse's belly, (mnere-ly holdinig on
by the left leg) arid picking up a pistol which
lay upon the grimnd and shouting it under
the aitnial's neck, is somnething which we
thinik very few Yanicecs could do. Such a
feat we saw yesterday, performed by a Tezas
Sbv.v v.v .-u
ARTHUR SIhKINS, EDITOR.
WEDNESIDAY, JULY 17, 1861.
To. those in Arrears!
We'ire particularly in war t of money at this
tim.:-and must urge upon sall in arrears, either
foar Subscription or A.lverti.-ing, the necessity of 1
ininedia-e payment. Thoa.e who have not the
Cash. are re-peetfully inf..rwel that we will be
please-I to receive Whac., Corn, OUat:, or uilbr
produce, at theruling market prices, in liquidation
of their rerpeetiVe acCounts at this Office.
Let it be Remembered,
That front and after this date, orders for the
.tdrertser, unless acrompanied with the Cash,
will receive no attention from us. We are forced
o the adoption of this rule, and will rigidly ad
here to it. -
Watch the progres of "rVAvra..'s" argument,
the first part of which appears in another column.
p" A sum of luoney has been found and left
at this office, to bet identified.
This writer's remarks are calculated to arrest
attentiun and elicit thought.
y& To improve fritters, cut up a good apple
or two fine and intermix with the butter; then
serve with route of J. LAwarKscs Mtis's splendid
New Orlea.t:s syrup.
Attention i- directed to the Card of Major A.
M. S:n u, late of Guatra's Rlegimsent. The Op
portuanity offered, is a ga.i.d one. Maj:.r Sain
has now hai such experience as well u- 'ifies hime
I or the cterprize he contemplates ; au.. 'here are
few men of kinder inpulse s or. teru patriotie
Welcome to the Brave.
It is with pride and jay that we welcome horne
the Edagefiebl J letaena, jt.t returned from Rich
mond: and it is with the deepest gratitude that I
we all ueknowledge tho nerey frtn on High which
gives them Lack to us unhunimed. Of one hun
dlred r.embers who formal this coipany at its I
departure for Charlb-ton in January las, all are
living, and, we believe, uninjured in eon-stitution
by their ardnous service. That portion of the
company which n.er on to Virginia, returns to
us aluost as roblust as did those who came from
Chatrleston. We welcome them moat heartily to
the j..y of hoie andi to the soldier's deserved re
pose. flaring nobly sustained the honor of South
Caralina before the world, they will have a place
in history herefttr, as they now have in the
gratitude of an admiring people.
Platers, to the Rially?
P See the Cari of the Commissioners appointed
by u.overnnment to attend to the produce loan in
ldeld-Ia',l~l District. Ctm- oult on sale-day next ;
the matter will be presented to you painly by 1
Meesr. .Alitot, GUi.u, and perhaps others.
Peiuenber, this is a call upon you tim come to the i
restne of your country, ay, and of your ru y pro
perty and existence ae freemen. The price of
our politica daletion must be paid. Otherwise
we are a blasted and ruined people. To thu
rally then, plantert of Edgetfield ; strengthen your
toverlament with ample means, if you wouild not
witness an awful wreek of all your lmes an'si
prospeets. We cant, f ir arl/, triumph against
Dinnuer to the Rliflecnen.
We are authorized to announce thitt a biarbeees
and~ pie-nie wiil h-e given at the Male Academy
grve in this~ place, -an Saturdtty next, l, aapli
mcit to thle.
EDGEFIELD RIFLEMENfl ft
all of whom are now ionce manre totgtther in Edge-i
Sl.l. Abhoa~ughs -'Im weuld lprefer thiat this tde-.
zmnttraiorP the motre fatrally arrangedl,-which i
der enot t.. be er.n.-tr..-yet we trust that all
wi onribaute to the asaio . freely and fully
as though ctomi:tees were npi-ointed andl a regt:
ar ).rogrammnue prapared. The ladies of the town I
and vicinity are specially requested to attendl andi
furnish such suipplies of eatabalee as mtay be con
veni'n t. A general invitation Is extended to unit e
it thais occasion of greeting and applatuse to our
A Good Patir oaf Shsoes.
The miust comaf.rtable paair of sthoes we have
wrn int a lang time, were made to order at thet
~hopi of Mr. Ari:r. in this Villaige. They are
gwitrs wiith tie in front, and manufatetured of
good soft leather. Wit are not paidi to praise them;
we gave a fair price for them in eacli. ]3:ut when
one gets a good thing of Soauthern maake, he eught
to let othess know of it. Having triedl thtese gait- r
ers stveral wet-ks, we can give a confident opitdoun
of themir muerias. Thoase who maty eboe to test,
Mr. .\-t in this item, will thank us for the hint.
Not to be Trrusted. 'I
D)eseartioans occasionally occur in theo neighbor- 1
hood of Pourtsmaouth. A coarresporadent of the '
Rihmtond &amaa,'ir, writing utnder date of JTuly a
Yesterdlay, a menm. r of the Portsmuuth L.ight I'
Art iltery, staationted itt ihmfilear's Creek, tusked andt
obtinedl pvrtuissiont to gai fithittg. Hie departed
int a t.aa boat, andl tafter getting same distuanee
frmn shoare wits hailed and cominanded ntot tat pro.
eed further dttwn. At first, it wa:s unly thtaught C
that. lie was von turing si far t- 'n shaire in "i-rttI
bt the r.eeei vigor with wvhi.h hec plied his r
boat'tS oars 50oon conavinceed na that lie waiS d.-sert.
ig. A bat a~t the sho-re was mttaned, wlhen it '
was ton late, aiid stairteal in paurcuit h ut the eSena- I
par was then withain three miles of Uld Point, andf
hur ment cotnhl tint elfeet his at resat. II is niame is
Riaymond. lie is a son of Rev. C. A. Rayndna,t
af 'Chesaeake C -lIege, and like his inagrate father, r
has gone aver tam the- Feaderats. rTe father is at
New Ftaglatnder, but has resided many years in
the Saatth, a patrt of the time ini Charlestan. F-or
wo, yeiars piast he hasa filed thec Presidency of r
Ceienpeaeke college, locanted bietween IHtampton undt I
Old, Poaint, und previous to the breaking up of a
the ld tGovernmaent, was the most radienl Seces
inst in this section. His son, who wats at schooal I
in one of thu uper counties, catme daown here a /1
few weeks since, andl fiding itlmpot~ibile to reacht
his fatther. jaoinedi (rinmes' eammndl, and alwanyea
abused most roundly the Lintcalnites. In testitmo
ny oft his sincerity, on the ti rat opportunity he fled
intoa thoit- armts."
Our immedaiato rea-lers will recognilv.e the par.
tis abhove namnedl. It is not a matter oaf surprizet
hat Northerners should pirefer the Ntorth. IDut:
after pretendling to be of iad with the South, as'
hese induividuils did,--then to prove false, ist
mnatter tat ctantemapt aund sacorn.t
Another Independent Regi~nent.
Our ianfor mation is, that Cul. M1. C. M1. HIAu
tuyl is raising a Regiment for the war. His ma
ny friends in Sa-uth Carolina will look to his sue
ees with pride. We understand that atnong theI
companies alreaday offered, one is from Edgefteld'.
Thu leaudersbilp of Col. UlAsustty will bte ptapulatr,
we predict. A4nd we wish hinm a sanomith mrunani
zaition ; althtough, in the present seareaity of fi'i.
Ities fair indlepeadent R egimnent.-, we fear ho will
be liable to delay anad ttianbh.. If any ocila rn
surmaunt this dittictulty, Caol. ItumtJos is thast
ian. liis expertience -and infjrmuataatn itn umilitary
matters are too well knowna to need mentIon ina
Die.--I'll not paurchtase anothaer watertnel.on
this- seasn. Ilere -I have bought two, anal after1
Ia little mnth-slmoshinlg they are both gone. Now
the .3t ets I grave for ther-n would paty fo~r coffee frr
ay small family two dlays, breakfast and sutpper.
7Amn.-Yes. lInt if youa had the change to spare,
yout have probably betfitted your kitneys, andi I
talso etabiled the poor fellow whot sold you the
watertelians tat taike homtae coffee to ide mall famti
iy for t wo ayaa, breakfaast and supper. $ee thuat ?
IDii etina. De not more stingy than yamutnre
enpelled to he, lest you nterctept the operation e
of that good ld rule, ma hae amnd let /lerC," upon1
which ov-ery political economist will tell you the '
gg Spai-a proclaims a strict neutality on hear t
. iz. in 1 npruen 911uerta in Awneica.
The War Cloud Increasing.
Every appearance exists of an implacable wa
-etwe n the Northern and Southern Confederaies
.ivil warrs huo ever been the most bitter; nut
h resent, though not strickly s'ueh, partakes u
b erecter enough to warrant us in expecting
!! its harsher features. It is likely to be evei
rursi thuon ordiunry civil etruggle3. For this i
to mere " war of the ruses" involving a sucessios
if rulers only;---it is no contest of kings, with no
des claiming indo inrity and security ;-it is u,
trice if factions whose participans all look event
tally to the perit neciy of a cotmon goevernnteti
Jut it is a war of domistinatiou, con::leatiun, ex
oatriatiun, tyrnany ou the one side.-and of self
-indication and-self-preservaio.n on the other.
sal been cherished up to the late assew.
li f the United States Congress, that rations
ounsels might prevail to delay and finally ti
uell this awful war. Bnt these expectations havl
Peen dispelled as with an angry gust of- passion
nd we have nothing now to anticipate but a pro
rooted and bloudy struggle involving ,all that w
told sacred aund valuable upon ertah. The Coo
cress nut only approves the course of Annan.u
[.YcoLx from the beginning, but deelars its pour
>ose to sus'a u him in the prosecution of his hos
ile plans to the extent of tih abilities and re
ourees of the States represented in that body. 1
s well known that the authorities of alithe states
roperly beluging still to the old eonfederation
warwly esp"ouse the sate policy,nnd pledge them
elves to use their whole power in its aid an'd fur
herauce. It is nut doubted, mnoreover, that bott
be Federal and the State authorities are backet
y It trenmenul.ua war partynt the Nora,-nut o0i1
,y the Republicans but by many Democrats, ant
y that great unthinking portion of every populu
on who rush tumultuously at the c~all of govern
net, especildly when that government wears thi
emblance of an irresi-tible nilita, v power. True
here are certain great coouorrial interests thu
t present pull agairst the powers that be; Tu
t stu be expertoil that they will suceu:nh before
he mighty tempest which i now gathering anev
Is energies for the w,.rk of ltin which its rulin
pirits have sworn to aecooiplish. Indeed, having
he avowed determination of the 'overnuent to
ashington in view, and looking also to the fixe'
ind'itminvenble purpose of the Southern Coon
eration, bow ore we to escape the arbitrcu:ent
,f arms,-it way be for otne c'tmpaign, it may bi
'or more ;--it way he in a hunred hard fough
attle.le!d+, it may be in lees;--.h.ut, be it ire o1
oss, the werr is to all appearance as inevitable al
t promises to he implaeuble.
There are prospecis of reniotion hell out by somi
eithful northern journals, and we trust there i:
ruth in titn. But these prospects are not to L
litd upon in uva calculitrons of the future.
There are also chances that the great l:uropear
overnmnitts will soon ste. lfrth to stay the crag
lesputi-m that interferes with the peace and in
crests of the wliie curth. This teo, while wi
nay be permitted to expect it, should be excludet
rom out reckonings.
The South is not wise, if she turns hereyes fror
he glaring truth that the "Gaul is in the gate,'
-that the portals of her freedom and honor aD
rosprity are already beseiged by as atnnli-ioul
l perhaps as powerful a foe as the uorlol cat
ihibit. Anl he is a too sanguine sentinel, whi
oes not procluin thit danger in all its fearfu:
Two Iucuana~en PAtns 1Iostr..1TsSocis, foor tho
Vaahigton Ridles. They wiil be gratefully re
ived hy thot Ladies' Volunteer Aid Assuciatuion.
a donations froim the patriotie ladies of Washing.
Im croonnty, by leaving them at the store of Yung.
oo, Newman & Co.
Tbe abiove adiverticement appeari in the ,o ntoi
eoraun of the 10th instant, and is suggestive al
rork that will be truly serviceable to our soldiers.
here is nn moore important part of a soldler's ap.
arel, in point o~f heilhh, than ha soocks. In thc
auapaignof next wintter this will be seen to lie a
set. 'The so1Ar i' a - i--- toevery iti else,
t ditninish rapidly upon our nierebants0shelvet
nder the iopertin of the preseont ibockiode. There
rill probably lot few yanokee oor foreigna sicks5 lef
a hand for :heo next winter' service. 1liavu wi
ny outhaern :tnfctorios to atliord thle :-upo:Y
1o. Dut. our troool-s will need ihe article. It wii
e essentiod to their comfort aunt health. M% here
Sit to come from~ ? In reply we stay, let muc
idica n know how begin to ply their good old
nitting needles at once; and let others4, old anod
oung, endeavor to learn ferth with. .Must airti
les of wear can be made on .short ntotice with n
tush. ut socks, to be wotrthy the name, mnst lbe
:refully knit. The oldl-fashionied ones that onr
tothers used to make, of cotton anod of woul, are
e best in thu world for soldiers. Here is a place
or every fair band in the South. The sugge.-ion
before you, ladies.
The Mur.tgometry Adrertieor unodertakes to cor
et the Charl--tun lereniry on this subject. Siomeo
t the .-ifcorti" r's suggestionts seem to have force.
e cooy a pauragrapho oof its tarticle uond ponint at
ition to it :"The recognition of our indepoen.
cut nutionality by England and1 France, has long
en a foregone conclusieon, and they only await
favorable opportunoity toi announcwe it. Bunt te
(tempt to odictoate terms to those governments,
mlii subject us to the conteinpt which the su:
errilliu5 tone of the Noorth has already inepired
ward that country. Great lirittain knows her
Wn interests, ando dloes tnt need to bie tatught,
iher the porinciples uf trade ior interuntiionni law,
pin which she will have intercoonre with friend.
nations. As evidert.ce that clhe is inclinied to
auro the Cunfedlerate States as a peacefol ta!y,
Io las already conceded them to lbe a beligerent
ower. and has given the weight of her nmoral in.
nene in favor tof or right to commission priva.
trs agtainst thu U'nited States-a nation fore.
Lost in: urging privaiteeting as a poriniciple of ill
rnationtal usage. All knew this elaim, ont the
art of the Untiited States Goiverntnent, has been
isted by the great nations of Europe, especially
|gland. And while the Confederate States hauv
right to reengguitiont on the samo1 unirestricted
rinciples, which have been accorded to other de
-aea' Governamenats, it would be rather premature
Sdeannd, that any gold European natioality
joutlod thus tmake a conctesion of her poositiaon on
w quesionso which have widely divided the
tate men of the two enntinentts for so many yents.
he repetat that we have ransoon to know that the
infederte~tt States will he rec'ogtaiaeod by England
nl France in a sheort time, aund hence, whatevea
my be the differences of theory on the uibject
lie fact of reeoogtitionl will soon be madle kunown
the worbol and miust be accepated by all."
Against the Gamne-Laws.
lie tuocd by the fence in the mendow and can
iotusly peped through the cracks into the recasseo
f a briari-atcht in the abjoining field. Soon.
oor Partridlge sidi "Bobh White,"-and, whether
is was Dub or no, he cautiously answered the
ignt ilth a enuppressed imitatin, atnd stooped
ot crept, unol crept anod stiouped, answering agaic
il again with his eautiously nmodunlated whistle.
jun in hanod, he stoodli the piersoniititin of Cun
ing lueenying pnnrw Pnrtridge to his dooom,-noa
ent nealy doiuble to hide his timne,-nuw stretch.
'ag his neck aloong the topmast rail by that 5low~
iooe of eloongation practised by curious turkeyi
rheni nme distaint piece of red ilaninel attratl
lMei inlligent atteition. Mu lie staoodl and so hi
tttdo, undo so he stretched, foir one miortal
oir, when fbi, deponent left haim alnnae in his
lav. dont think Ito goot the putridlge thnoght, at
i g'un was heardl to fire in that locality, althoeugl
twas list~ined fur expeetanatly.
Now what we wish to do, is to call the atten.
ion if unters to this thing of shooting pittridgea
.uly. Is it right? Is it not nu the contrarya
agrant violation1 of the generally accepted rulet
f sport ? We have no dotib~t the individail in
tiestion thouight it wras fair game, liut if he
'll pardon a maoment, lie will admit that he has
rred againsmt his own best fun. Why, even if the
tle thougtleas boys woutld reflect, they would
>e the inmpropriety,-much more readily should
rown tuen td so, who can remiember that spring,
udl sumer, and autun.n, and winter, have (each)
ueir peculiar privileges ad cheeks in the maaIy
port oi the field.
To The Boys on the Border.
Very dear friends arni ioliiein all: We t'd sire to
indite -en: p -ragraphi etvry eoek Slpdcially ta
yoiu,chinl we herol.y ea.aupn.i e"'ey iu to i.ist
us in this pleasant tLak, hb imprtirlphuch facto
or items of news ta ray be coneyedin thisuman
ner without infringing uar.n maa.tte si(sra should
not be thus publicly set fur:!,.
To begin then: Olt.Edy.ai-li i. still lere, and
perh'apa her venerable bill arl vuliet ere ni re
clad in moare cheerful attire Ih:n a-trhi, mscomeai.l.
her waving ichly. of wheat and oa;.- hatve it
true) fallen before the eythe r.'l left only f ye-l.
lair evile:ce of what they lat--y werec;--but hrer
" corn and cutrrn are still :-.. ftrsh anad green a
heart could wish. So at least it' ii in the nwa.a
- There is soue comnplaint here anli there af crop:
that have umFered a ler/e beyoarai their eparaili.
t tie uf endurance. But generally, 6r, ca a rertaia
old cougressman used to say, "t distriburively
speaking," ounr.district has a ine spromiee of ara
abund:t backing-up of the late Glorious smahl
, gruiu erop. Ye+,-w e lacae harvete.1 i really glo
rieus ero'p of suiarl grain. And the inills are tll
bury now grinding it up into a line article or
dour. You know Dona annd Miaus both ree it
good thing riot of wheat. Tt ias just lcen our
fortune to "coeur ly " a bag from ])eor's in the
t editorial way,-not from Dones iituself, but lra.un
a most estiuable astrl kind Camehrialge planter o ho
had .-me fit his wheut ground there. Yeou w-ry
have better in ge-ocd till Virgiaian, but we ouibt it
- exceedingly. L'unahidcjya ,ret gr.asrl n't DIorn.'!.
is bard t., beat in any tountry,-bea1auPiaeily if ueoa
I up int." setiui-brown huii.euil. coaxel witr a little
fresh butter. and waled da :wi with-h...t Ioffe-:
Ibut there'" tihe msischief againa-.
Riu Coffee ia retailing inl Auguria at i ,ts per
lb., aud Java. scnreely to bo had at any prite.
This we esertiued in our new: trip of l:. wee.k.
You will readily believo thait we are all ge'.ting on
t hurt allowanie in this p irtiei!-ar. Once-a-day ia
t pronounced to be often eneugh by ail ga,'a huse
a keepers, while soure hegin to insist thiat norry-a-=
time, would be sti:l better. Thanktful anrewe that
sugar is- still cheap enough. As lung as we have
the "sweetnin." we ean mako 'ouething el-e pas[
tuder for the coffee. llut w hat matter fait wheth
er ice get eanl'e ar net, si the bays in camp have
it. And we ala learn that you get a slenty, iula
lika'wisae iaeat and breal rccordin, not t,, oiientaion
a "r Ole Virginnty Rye " at 5fl en k a gallnn. NXw in
this last article we ."an =till Le aeemt1iinmadated at
that prime new store f'.l. L. :i.is. in Augusta,
but not at your Virginia prier. J. L. .il's article,
however, is a tine one aril no mintake. ji his last
for hotne readers.)
You will have seen 1:. the o' .taa ea ., that
cur people are up anad doing inl Vario- parts r.
the distrit,-drilling. patralling. Ae.. ,. At
thi- place our twoo companies Iarala for the first
time h-t Saturr.any weck. Tohr were probably.
sixty out ais infantry. nnd abrut thirty sr cavalry :
.f. Il et'-r, WTaM. M. LTr, J. Aear-i, .mund IlIat
vcartarWit..Af e:coirr:andingthetfrmuer; L.Joxiut,
Z. W. C.LwIt., -. S. aMpret, anid S. Bl. e ea'r'x.
the latter. We drille-l very ;iaan::dlly Icoar seweral
hours on-d got as f.r as " ar .,'-" " very n:.ily
-in the infantry;-lant knoaw how the:'mn.ahy
progressl aS they went ouit f sit toa :nake their
beginning. -dubtlies fraom a wcll-finrnded appre- 1
hensirn that they could'rt 0ine wilt l1rt:r'a:
bray. The only part-ef the exermiae we (per+'n
illy) objectel to, was this thing ofthalanein: on
one ti:or, in which our ciapain repeatedl the: aac
once to., often for somiebodty's left kr.-e j.uit.
Anal we acre downright gladl to haar fraec J.ienat.
hlomtr. late ofi Ianrr--, tit. t thae w hoele rattear i.
ignaored irn the service rnaw irnd canaiaderea1 usea:laen.
To be aarae it is.-exept to de danpe the culf andr
thigah uuee'le's a little nurre 6:1t y. I hn heare wea
iaent-----Ladr faint fonrwardc. heack. form'ra. hacu~k.
clown ; Riighrt fooat udatt-:" .4 . 'T! tiraariad
u<~ ns grumbling. Nat a hit of ie. cOur a nsnin
ail roar ieutenanets acre aali elav-rr feii.:;.-s, r-.ald we
all inrtendi to Ire gracd siiers to-;aeth.,-. tSraiau.'ti
>ur wholer peoplle acre get tila re.arry, nedwar 'a.1
righ , tieiiera ndte right ldcee toa ,crih -. 15 a:
I--- l ---- ----- ----- .- -.~.-. ..e'v'-h4 faar a- -I !
soocner ar hater. 'The word i.r. let every r:::n hoiad
imirself pcrs pared fair thre wr.nt.
Wee lnea no rat rruch spaee'al rewsv~ ta gi ':e ayn.
IThi-.-e i< taut lirrie sickir's ha.t Labtar.u.--non u1n:
wre henar caf in ancy art yiar f:.aariu'. 'Tai. P pa-ie.
uallur burigh ia particu'arly da:d. Water:ie'n e r - ris
havei' ean at: teriee-l tamiacg ina : ' . i -ah:aa .:. 'y we
Sw a 'i5a (.dorl"ci aurl SCvrr:si unomiwta it ar.-i
aut it undler thec P'ark water.osia.--hea laaainge rcn
th'y winning his mneltans art marahlraa,.-a- ta-unl.
Ase to other miattera' oft tr.ade, the- ' i: ais ine'rc-i.inag
dlenarthe. It is tight liing wi;b u.- al! in thea rme:rj
line. Thart urtila whh -h ias a' i--al i rnownr "na
good thing i' sa feller hral it,' .'ls : r ?ai 4-ents i
poumri irn thlis neck a,'wa-,iaaail Li a t at irnaa
:,he Icarg:ini. Onar frirrnd. W>: '.. e;.. h::ai ..aIy
adlaaa.l tile b, I' mar':erat. 11- .T. 1I. R., ad aia f ew.
otherj, rrun offl to Baau-kett's.a- ool eery wa-a-k er
twea, gel asa mu'.ch act they we.rnr. nl Itie <ay
"Cconfond the resteaf yout, tic ke -:aro cf you- e.'
Sor we trya to adc,-hurt its a pa-r, ada half thte time;--a
,,till we ala (as Dr. .3licrr's pin;aueiky, boya did)a
''pretty waell I thranik yaau hwca ba yaiu doi ye.ur
setf;" yaru alt ikrrmw tire - try. Thoase thrat adonr't
'ught to call on the aafiiaear:.c of aaaja-c' I/. and
It ibe the Sabblauth: a rnal as r'' wa-ire ahea dli:taa.t
villacga church -bl-ha naound in meal.w laoia'ran withI
thre breeay'nurmuariang of this dealiciam: . Juiv .alav.
It is indeled elicious ;--far is it not theC precia.i
day u-f rest ? sitd is not, its tempearature :shec.,.- that
oaf Octobher ? Anrd caL!.ht thinak clsat thais bcalmly,
lily dlay, that a/mud~a '- laid e'verya tie'r c e iumuhu
a.aras pats.ion eense55," aay el.-wwhere Le "franrgha ta -i
rthe aahouctat ao bratile~ :aa thae c'niiaa 'anil rccrrot
armir'! To'thrirak tiat w~aekc'i e-aisclars sahouild
urge' one their raaic ,eldiuery ro~ .crctel'var hap-a
py Sainth, and d!at at ihis mromaet, pareeps tdbey
sholdlla be levellIwg cde-tratetiut rat thre freemenrr ci hs'
.nndad the tirnt- great liiving r:ccapartaan:ninst r bi,
tide of lawless inrasiona Uunt thecre laaaeeethirr.
ian tire gentle winof ca'Ihis otadamnier lar'aidaah
thrat whispers of truth send ocf juastice tad 'f c'ivil
lib-:rty as baut ra peart of taild's gr'e Istlshee .C lhu
mahn regenrnalian tnow being dlaervp ea'd Whoiate
caawrkers (with humiarlity' be it .,nidi) acre thaose
very men oft the fSouth whro standra forth in yonder
fiel tea meet the sheock of tyranny and failsehrood
ud lasphemry. .]Jr.ave frituis i-f the liight ! a
million eaf parnyers iacendaa foer you thais hoaly day.
Be it yomursc to buctkie on yaour armorrr in /ile fear
alanre. So asall yu trieuuph ina a righsteous cause,
arid may (iodI sane you fromt all harm !
P'oaat SciDtiriptm Juily I16ths. -
We forgnt to tell youe thatt the K4f/ HQ/a
mcenr reeachedl homre Saturday h'.t having spent a
week in Rlichoadc on their way bimek. Frc at
what we enn gather, thesy head o n high aold time"
in that city ;-Preeened t., tie ei.snalaped nlear tirea
Hlamprtrrn Laegicen, but pehuw-.
Anal whao canr hlarsie them ii' th~ey didl aekae a lit
le rounrd eat jollity, afficers iced asll. T~hey.~ dhd'nrt
hurt themrselvea at lt.,-thrat's so. Foar they nTI
ook as fine as silk und~a as baraawn a's unaeio cattaan.
There's our old friend Sniacc~ Wharrr: tor inastanea.
twenty paounds heavier than when Ire- iceft, andi
ready to escaort the girls to conce'rta uriia- assidhu
ousty then ever. We beginl tor think thart fuanntauinI
oh' pere'nnsial youth atnd hae-auy muarst he uip ina Vir-I
ginin somnewhere irnstead' *af Fl artht. WelI. it is a
jyous thsing te see tem het :sl ?nrl and hali'.
Maty sucrh he the hnppaIy lot aaf nIl of yoau, baratvr
T'a the Salhudi baays we wiaubc hecre remark, that
w ie have jttst seen ('Capt. Cnruca r, from~ medoman,
thai cental hpre'inae'!taf tre .itegdia:- t'td jrai in-:e.
rnd he tells us thait the c'rops are genreralty line
arid thae health of thre pepl almoist ulrii eenlly
goad. The Captain saeys thsis is lte ena'. Noa far nas
he eaen hear, all caver tire liegimen'rt. A t'ew far-a
mers, it i.a true, heave ehnneed'a upoacn ynntkiue seed
corn, anrd a few eceres hero cand there nre talSSelled,
out a little-ljeluw waist high,--n sign aef 'hotrS
y-f: one f'ellow Slnggestedl it ightt beC heartintg aet
thre root like potato'es-baut thrat remaeins to lao
Itrieed. low.'erver the croaps acre saa gooda thalt these
alittle knuokset$ clint ama'unet t oruc'h.-if-they'
en get raain. Anal thrat, we trer.'t. is comeing soor.
If it dloes, we will all harve gre-at c.aulse ta be tharuh.
ful, andl~ evenf Sitoom, we area sure', will exhibit
mucch more grace thaun its nacme wouhld irmply.
Till our niext, adieu.
pig- A flag has been prc.-ented by Virgiesa
ladie. to the 4th B. C. Regimnt.
Not to be Omitted.
.t rrre.pndent forwardd frut Culum?.a a
it',-re: ing report of a flag presentation wilh o
currel just l.efo-re the Hampton Legitnfl let ft r
Ilialttihmo:-l. As we haje ilrca'ly piahlsheiun ac-.
e"nnt of iat Air.air together. wihith remarks of
C.pt. r u:t", it i net necesary t@,tepeia.it here
in rl:t. But we would be doing o nrown feelins.
v ide.ee iad the public a wroDg, didkie ng Ieet to
present thes: following sketgbof gla tseraSlons f,
cur .hl friend and fellow-eitizeii, C.I. Jos
! .r.:rv. 6.n the neocasion to which allusion i.
u:ul. .ll ;at once h:uws lofty praise where it i
.inwe, and exii'.its the present war in the stron;,
lght . f .itplej truth. We extract as fllow:,
treus unr correPsnIdent's report:
"3Mr-. J. H. G ar ms prepared a beautiful Flag,
.ent it to Cluumbiu to the care of Col. BAesei-r-r
with a re-jneat, in her behalf, to present her comn.
p!iutents to the i'atan Grard, and tender them
tie atanil:rd in such terns-ay. would..make i4 ut.
- At dr:.-s parade' of the Legion. Catnp Ham1i
ton, near Columbia,'Mr. BAt:.xarn presented the
Flag to the ltn'at (utird,a'ecotnpatled by a'tfi'
renarks; in which after alluding in conplimen
tary terms t6 the zeal and patriotista of the ladie.
ia general, of tho.whole South, he spoke of tie
ancestry of the fair .loner herself, and more than
iutist.ed that the spirit of '76 which animated the
Bev-is in the 01. Ninety.Six region, had descen
'ied, undilttedl, in a direct line, mualenndfinual,
frs.ni that period to the present generation.
That, in offering this Plug, she would respect
fully ielelinte t.,-sggest to ms, or to exact or even
intimi'te that she deeired.any -pledge or protnie
to lrcserve it frtnadislonor or tarnish. ]tKWaar
eiitn;h fur her to know, tl it was to. the 'ut
0.m u:iotrd, of guilant - Old Edgefield" tht.t she
seggel to contide it, in perfect confndence that int
their keeping, under the motto; "Brave Comni
ra!es, Adv:ance." not only the Flag, but the dear
est ri.ht-'or our country, might be safely confider.
to the coul andl self-possessed -cotrago and it.
douitable spirit of the officers and soldiers of that
After alluding in general terms to theevil spirito
thu times in which welive, whic-h seems to petr:td
and coantrol the connsels of those who would sub
jntgate, govern, atn! even destroy is and our coun
trywhe ther wcwoull or no. 3IF. Bsu-.-nrr .tateil,
that it a!.pentrd to him, that the simple and ttaked
-guenrion at issue now, was as toe the right of -a
pel~te, when tyranioally- oppressed and. even
threatened with the destruction of their politieal
herrtie t. orme o:t front under the toppresseat,
and for the preservation ef thesnelve., their coun
try and their libertitn, to est.tbiish and mtaintat:
their own formy of gtuvernnt:nt.
This queeion i< not new : it was nado ly the
Old Thirteen Colonier with King (iourge the Thirdi
in 174 ;-nfter it wets disense-l by wurdsh anal
blows for seven long years, it.was thougltt.to have
beet fin.tlly settled at least on thisrontiueut.. i lht
after a lapse of eigbty.years, jrecieely the.same
question is again revived upon the same gr-,uuds,
sau-tined by Mr. Lnao.. and the Federal party
in lower at- Watahingion, by the satne tens oning
s t.:? urged ," King (,eorgc rind hiA Ministry at
Leo'..w!.:i ! it seein we have nialhiri:ativ'e but
t 'meet an deeillo that ijuetion liver againt; now.
as our tneestnr- did then. -As they were ronape
tent is the task then. so) are we, with the hlessing
of 'rov inee, eaal to it now. At all events-well.
try it, neothing doubting of the result.
tjnr f.r:a of government is at stake. If the
Noarth tottgners uts, we tare a subjugatedl peple-.
and a! be- held tunder tcontrol by a ttilitnary des
pai-w. The .iame kind of power thatt ennatcr.
rill hee nwecssary- to hold us in subjeuctirtr: and
snmti.,we shnall he a degradedt andi eg.eter
a te peepl-. unwirtlty thte haeritge of antr ancestor."
ling ~ i e c-an succ.essfully resirt thais threaiter
ing avalnr.che of tyrantny. fromn the Ne-rth, amte
t:nin: our liberty, ittstituttions andi fornn of
.tvernmtt~t thetn ind~eed we all have ecoum
- i '-t 'Ine pactri-t the highest hopes of pretse-ri
:rhat ver an imatedl the people tof any nation tat.
.i that. the simple qtuestion is Liberty or bus
6->tint. To ,etlve thtat queation yotu have taken:
.. rmn:' and hatve ret out to meet the enitmy ont
W;ll y..u accept thte Flag, a1ndt-t t response
hag I hav4e thte ho~ater to cor.ve'y to thne :nt: iotiC
I-.lv wh- neresenmts it ?
[Thne gellint reply a-f Catet. t 'ne ath pu
tihIedl in onur lKot. Wae tta.y adeli whnat cter curres
:-me~etnt cm-ya of the Israve F'a.-t:-bearer : "Ujt:.
r.uiving4 hi i, charge. .C.--.ijot I~ons~ tuok the i-i:: ,
r.vd t, nan wi:ht n graceful i-ow, i m.y .itd.
IHeech Islan d .News. -
An e,?tnnmed friend hnas mailed toa our-and~res
an erilivening acettnt of thne tne< a-n the Lhand.
Thu ;'iod ladies t h-re ttre btily unt werk ott
. .thitg for thne soldiers -ef the .antha, and tht
ae:in~g are dire:-.-iniet bny an octa-ittn-dl det t
.ery mOu,. phist'-d to hen-ar t ho~4e' ninne v-oices (ntr
apr.pr:;Le nrumber) rendlering the "'.iarseilk-i
llymana," --tSng of thte Suth." /e., with-the spirit.
,tirring nee'impanimnentof . .80us:'a pliso. Ti
.mialel mauciiatn wan Vt~-y k ind in rendering li'aa
si.-tace on thne ccasi-tn of wbhih .eurecorrepoeati::.t
rizts. Wcattd have givent' the letter e-ntire. hneri
int reaceda ::s s-a lati~g after .at'e. Will i.e glad
toe hea~r frum ''C." tngnin. FS. pliin an autograrpt.
i whast the prirnter.s like tee -.yrk ny~'n. We coipy
itt part : .
"ThisrSo-iety inumb'.ers ntbe'tti 'venty etsubter
untder t he admtiinistration: of :3i1s }Iat4Y 31 I.:.sItS
P~resient : Mrs. J. M1, Mtut:aT as ice Presidet.
Miss CaieclAtao tou, as Secretary and Treast:
rer, a.-,idle.- e rous direenr,:sses,, all of whom
nt.tk: '.-ry , netnt Unicern, ats toy ibe jttdgedl
rotm thte tfa'' beat the S-trietyv expeet to htave en-.w
.f.1 itt the cou~trse: of ten ayv -ir t wo weeks
:r fennr ltta't:ed e:'rments. he. de.btwro h~ndredl
avrcneki an-I hanvesloks, thte :nna-trin!: for whiclh
ve be~en etnrt-hased with ftnntls ruised--in-te itm.
n ediate naeigherhooda~. It is-the intenmtiunw of thte
eit ty teo present the tirst in.-talmcent of fur hutn
Ired garttnents ten . Capit. .t;An's Cnmpany, tie
WH',rtan hainnrd. The baatee a.f thte ehe-nhineg ta
a adle by the Society witl I e given t , Col. B.t
"en you see, 3Mr. Entron. the 06 on1'a Ine
atd.ny. s ydtn: scre plemoed to term - s ~(We
ion't ejauarre! with the i-nine.) i up andI doeing.~
T onrs,-truty, ."
Helpj the Sick and Wounded Soldier.
.\t a moeetinag of ladies of Codnnlumia, hel.l nt the.
th of Juty, at thte Washington street Methordiet
leture roomn, for the' pups of coller-ting 'andl
pereain~itg aupplies~for tihe r-elief of the sick iol
Siers at theo hospitals In Virginia, two of -which
they are aiding, one at Cutlpeper C. II...another at'
Yorkt own, it was resolved thtat a card abtould bi
shlihed to make known tos all parts of theState
the great Want that is felt at all the hospitals and:
o call unpon all who many feel willittgt contribute
to their relief ton do soa in suchn ways nne tansy be.
mast 'ntvenient fear themselves.
It is desiredI to send on relief asm sooNnas possi
alde, nd any articles neceded in a sick-raotm, a-uch
te arronw-rot, burley, rice, tapioea, gelaine, fari
un, or coran at-ireh, flax-eed, witnes, (espeecially
lantelherry and port,) cordiads jelli-~. e-luthaing,
sreidly uner-clothling', hedIding, as shne-et,. pil.
o nw-'ass,. Ie.nkets :ataurgienl hnaandps : er'-oeld
minet, and dlonalieens of money. itf foar wared tao
Mrr. Johnt lBryc.-, att hter resienetton a landilng
stret, C--lumbin, will he sent iun tee Vir~rinia w'th
tte on'.ribattiorns from totlmia.
Te Atlnanita /ntll;'entcer has hanrel it .uggecsted
t.nt all the tuewmbers of Centgress at.d thae Catbitnet
of the Prot iei..inal dovertnment will lmitnate thae
mmpe of Wt~t.IAM L. Yasiv, and paytinto thne
somn trensatry the amount of their sularitts du-i
ring thne war. The principal clerks, who can af
r- rd it also intend, it is said, to receive tanly; one
balf of their atalaries, paying the other half over to
lie vuluintee.ri. .
iCal. Mttxey Gregg has received the com
issin of Colo-nel int the Cottfedierunte Armny,and
Dr. J. McF. Gaton, also of' Colombia, has, been
rnointd Sarmoon in the saane serric.
., GENERAL NEWS ITEMS.
- eThetents for a =ing'e regiment coat not
Tar frein !,100. Twenty five wagon, are requir
,oting $15+ ench. The entire rxpet.se of
eIuty1pieng; regimentdues hot fall shet fef $0,cr,0.
!0 Guy Pieket,- hisv itsuel his proclamntion,
donveung'the State l.cgislature.to meet in Colnc -
aiz)on 6la,1rst Wens-nlut y in November ms' xt, t.o
vote foeliecturs fr 'reide tand Vice-Ptres~le.t
.o'dU0 nfederate States, and al-ofor two Senators,
It, Ia- also issued! writs of electiut. fur memalbers
of Congrees fronm the several Districts of the State.
lia- The lIon. .. 1). AItmore ..1 South Caroli
te. has been nll..inted- A-gent of the Postof lee
X t' Fifty-oue prizes, in all, have been taken
by Southern privateers, whose aggregiti value is
computed to algount to, 3,O0l,00,11.
"' Col. Bartow, of G eorgia, has been breveted
as lrigadier General, and-has'rceigned hiu-eat-in
- he}ostun .Boot and .ibie "etjet Re
porter e5.I that orderi fur gogl-arc nanost un
heard of, and that n'one of the manufacturer? are
eilg b"uts and shoes in atOicipation of anl ina.
' The Paris correspondent of theNew York
*e,r says that the French Government wili lean
the Confederate States one hunilred' million dol
'" Edwtard Ererott d livered a rpeech on the
fourth of July in the Acadenay of Miusic,. New
York,.qu,"the seurs of the day." . ie. spoke of
the justico of the ear. of the North, and of the
" murderous andsuicidal war" which the South is
waging. lie took- extreme jtel ublic:.n coercion
ground, -and .ai the word -" odInpromise wao al
most sieekening to him.' '
,Fur a week past we have had remarkably cool
nights.-alanost cool' enough to require a bl-auket
in sleeping: Nor-has the thermometer risen at
any time of day higher. than ?J in the shade. If
it fuits all around, it is certainly very agreable in
point of bodily comfort. What say the Licuten.
ant-Colonels of King Cotton, to Fahrenheit at
70* 5 o'clnck A. M.? -
A Feeling Tribute.
The Clarendon haner. pays a.hanudome and
elin, -tribute to the J/n'4e0 , aaueatin a..their
rec'e'nt departure for Virginia. We copy it, ra.t
only be-amue it is well .aidnjate.becaule it ro we'
applies to imany.annther Catnany that ha-.guise
to meet this- fouHn-aui--- At-t-e -ano..uono
ment of; the de sfire oft this Comanpanft which
left Cedtbiaaiop fsdny laatffo thei ;t05 war,
nanyhearts in Clarendon throh with i-aried and
indescrihable emotions. There is perhaps not a
Iolitary 'f illy in thbt iaends -of our: istrict,
whie-lt dos, not numbli;er,in itsranks a friend, rela
tive,.lauther, oa, hueianrnl or botheur. , However
Inoble and pntriotie the oceaeion may Le whiel: de
initfa-he -aerifee, th'e .ever'ance df ties en'tniar
'ilM affecirunte, althonigh' it'tny ho but for a
time, (which may the Lord grant,) -must fill tiao
heart with u. degree of telhncholy sadlnes-. L.ct
as howerer. liest eecurage.aud give awaytovsuch a
tate of feling, lest .it lead us into a culipab~le
depondetncy; but we should the r.ether yield a
ealn and holy rdgnaition to the will of our Ma
ker. reeolleeting that they tre engaged in a cause,
wvhieh next to that of religion, is the cause of G11d
-the dlefens of country. haute and fireside. We
kneew-well the tmen who cmueti ado a
triettie bsrotimera. and! we venture thec aasertieen, thtat
mtore hnoarabele', sr bsraver eaoldiere ntever mtu~reliedl
tat mieet a foe, than the .Iunning~ uneard-t~ sf Clar
,etn .Diet'rict. W1e woueld call the roll, name 'oy
namne, aned as singly they step forth, we wouitld
peitau, you tee a perfect odel aof a true tuar,
*ule it to y, tls.at itt their rank- tare the e
his aod will 'lhowa itsef tea the: t'errar ofI d~i "lire
ing hist" np-on the farat ~al every eeppoirtunzity
'Thue tlitesac s . f thIe Vbiliteer Coniauy now
inga~ faormed for imminaste service in thec Cent.
fad-:ralte Ar :t'y. nrte requecsted tea meet in thee C. lilt
Ilsante asn Suatsurchay the :llub in.st., t 11 a'e!- ek, teo
..Cn/et elompany whlichi is aow abeint full.
.'in~ atcteitnee of membe~ur. i. urgedl.
All those w hot itiy wtish t-a joint thIe Compieuny, e r
feuel ian intere.-t ini etting' it Sap, tare inie oa:.
I en-el. M.\N Y01.U)LNTlmSa .
ltract-fromi~ ni Let ritte-ly Rieceived
aroetu Ftirftex Cutrt 11otase.
1. ire.- - a stmutli piee, h:ast a dliaigy asnd i
le pid ated. lhotel, sorate thtree or foutr smal! stores
.ndse a .lhne- itp alhout the ,ize rof it edry gooda'a
'.. :al!'oe, thIts t lin.-entt-:1.!s nai-petae to n~iuh
.& town a, a c veitahicea-r.mt:; : lt C..!. ; tgt.s.ez Ti
-e li h -ale of the- "sardent:"-5 The rceotuablu
Ktni-:ht of the D~eenuter iirepared' a.e ma: ate,
andi hade thc proud u; .itreion ut .s enga .his,.
kee c li.iuid -real! siewa the s~reTsl 1; lki' aliei.tedi
apiti . ;dtt tlhitik it iai::de Ithe .rteeke dritik, fort
t' cy aall reintei stafa-t, th<.ugh: the pstiro
it, o :e noons) ':.y :r ita great psrefusiol.,
ii: .t i e leet.: h're.,i-let'ti Iet tie~m, emtile ten;
' y it. -a:-ll1 Unai. lr::, anud isr. very -hy at'
.::4. thuonghu ssate eao thetm 1.rofe5s to bie Oil OUr side,
flals is a great grnzing Couanry,(gh:ss and, eluver
ina abunadntaee) andsanimmoth looking Cattle roama
aver the thaoa.nt.dl bille thsat leoom U u oe after
ateir unetil. thetty muerue in the dl.-tat lItite
I ti.le. The f,.iuiers nieu h:arveCsting thecir grusln
:al hay atnd .'evio'tso be we'll saitisfied writh their.
ci.'h r,.tanrn.' Thec regietn i~e calmirnl'ly adaptedca to
1'ririan1-,ehetaty ref'forrge -f'ir an utg iuhr.*e.
F! a weath r hleur is iligh4tful. a go..,1:braeei
i slowinug ill the time, ande .w:: ima~gineayjf alr
seekin;;. fromu hent while we are iteng ha.evy e!atth
angaand tingl irca' comifortable, it ;tiinuper'abe.
T.-lny ile I :aim vlritinag, it i' e:1-1 t::stngh f..r
at over. esat. We had n haesyyt rulintid~ls iru
ys..<erdlsy whaa'b :enik-ra.! leak'y tentt 1:enrmfor
uuiel. indt nau :a feai thletm wree l,ro~stae bh:
I .rc Jteareeu,-t the great etnjseyment of thei'e more
f ortunate in keeping theire saanding lsnare to the
Wenare enijoying oursele One and there are
.bas few siek cunsideuing the great chaange of c1!
mate. -Thbe.cold nights are ral fi.angerous to
weak lungs, ,bu~tbte excises o,the next ~ day
dlissipate all pahlegm in that region.
It is not wotrth moy time to write you nny thing
aboeut thc aar as you get tall the news hby telegraph
ats sUnit as we. Jnt one taiuig I can .-:y, that we
will not lastg remnain inactive. The movement of
trooipS tothis edace ineliceates otnething like tike
. lash of steel. A Biattali'.n of Cavalry cri-d
here futely from Lynchburg, and a Company of
lasuniry frio- thae'Pee'lico Country,. .S. C., atno
.huuudred streang, jo~ined oa4r Re.gimnent; they are a
hie looking boady of mnon and wiill do good service
.with their Minnie Rullesg. The country hetween
luere anad 'Mannassas Giap, a dlistanuce of fifteen
aes is pretty well studded with trooap!.
"F romi heath and glen
S -SprTing uten lt thouandalt men .
With haunner birandl aend hosw
As leuade'r seeks hsis moerital fe. '
It is staidl to daty thatt the enemy is advancing;
at he is enday four mtile.g ,.r anda uan tattnek is datily
"ietd. Thaet i:- jtust wiheat wo wanat, and any
w "I f~r it. it rillebe devil tik-- tuae h;nd.n. t. It
i:- 5.aid we cin coencentrate' thirty thaousaned treiopls
at Fairfaex -in t.wenety..fur hora; bust e.tne ehing ie
c-"rtain, we have live' South Cirolinta Rlegiment'
huee that snn whipa any lifteen .h:.t Tuankeedomt
elan brineg into the field. Buat why write ::ny nmore
at Ilhis tjine, as shert letterS are cr.uay read and
moure eniu-ilft written. especially amtisd the t~nstle of
Very respcct fully, yours,
4 [Our soldier friendl is not to he blameed fair rena
inghe line.of~ . sater &e'q a little tat randomsn,
.eeing that lie is reitey to' peitch Itr'lit -intto the'
lines of IUin).,ld Scott.-Eo. Avv.]"
g'~- An abotminale lie is circulaiteaJ, to the ef
feet that the "aRlchmonad Governmnent hadl pro
posed to sunspend hostiitie,-the condition to be
the,.e...endear toOld Abe of all govern menl, prop