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THE TRi-WEEiiu NEW.
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AD' 1 I91TY.-Ask the man of adversity,
ho* other .men adt towards him: ask those
others how lIfe dets towards them.' Adversi.
ty istlio trale tbh ton'e " merit in both;
hapgy i it oei not toduce the dishonesty
of meanness in one, and that of insolence
and 1ie,n jhe others.--Lord Meile..
* Rsraa R TO TU PAsT.--When ancient
opifiiobs dd rules of life are. taken away,
the '9ss eannot possibly be estimated.
From that moment te. have no compass to
govern us; nor can we know distinctly to
why. port to geq:.:-Sur -..
The world is still deceived with ornament.
In Irw, what plea so tainted and corrupt,
But, bcing sealon'd .with a. gracious voice,
Obsoures the show of evil. In religion,
Whatdanqned error, but soute sober brow
Will bless it, and, approve it with a text,
Hiding the groaless with fair ornament?
There is Vo vioe so simple, but assumes
Some'mark of virtie Gn itsoutward parts.
How inany'e vrde, whos#arts are all as
fale - . 0 . .0
As sta!Wflaud, weareyet upon their chin-.
The or Hercules, and fgowning blare;
Who, im r4 iekrdb'd. hove ITArs white as
And aiese asume but valor's exerement
To render them redoubte4. .Look on beauty,
And you shall se 'tis purchased by the
Which therein works a miracle in nature,
Mokig them lightest Jhat wear most, of it:
So are those rlsped, snaky, golden looks,
WVhich make dh wanton gambols with th'
Upon supposed fairness, often knoWn -
To be the dowry of a second head,
Tho skull that bred thei, in the sipulchef.
Thus ornament Is but, thWduiWed 'shore ,,
To the most dangerouc sea.; the beauteous
Valling an Indian'beauty ;in a wotd,
The seeming truth wlilqh cunging times put
on, - .. 4
To entrap the wiset - Shakepeare.
CoNTsUPT.- -We gigh, t0. hdinanitj to
more to despise a maI, for t4g,bisfor
tunes'of 'he mind than f6r'thos# of ti6 bodS
when they are* uah .ap he.cannot help.
FA[rr-r-,A distinguished writer says in
respect to the reason why thith is often Rilus
trious in ignorant persons, "that the power
of. faith will often shine forth Inost where
there is less to Intermept and interthre with
its working 'i
GasATXXsS.--.e only is aeat who - hia
the Aabits of greatne.e, who u~tr performing
what, noe it ten thoudand nould - ooom.
plish, passes on like Samnps, in4 ''tells
neither father or msothey oft t,.J,ager.
Net to know at large of thing ets,
Fro~ use, obsesqre as4 6~s, to kn
ThWwhioh beforn Ie~ .al life,.
Is the liirmiswisomt *1f i more, is fimse
Or emptines, or fbdJ g*ene
And rendels us ins thi put mest Eonoern
#Japracti4ed, tsatrep ,aqcd .till to s.eek
is. a ~ #ts.
haoss po e9 a rt *f n6a.jm
muWe - hest itI
grss. H eg. spIo
Au ee on entl sd A ai
I (sinated al itry, eleotri
caly'n in:@f fear 7* y
tidl the neyv#papes 4 ot an s.
Lh~e supprescth9se iters of*Qd
Siu,mer and Stevens
The interest felt in this community
respecting the suppression of the Exam.
sner, warrants the spe we devote to
the followinp special dispatch to the
New York T'me :
SUPPRESSION OF THE R10HMOND EXAMI
WASHINGTON, Sunday, Feb. 18
The history of the suppression of the
Richmond E miner has not.been here.
tofore given to the. public. We are
noyr enabled to present a brief state
ment of the whole Matter as it occurred.
The special articles .to which exception
was. taken appeared in the Examiner
respectively of the dates of January 26'
and, Febrtiry 5 and 6. In the frst
date occurs t is paragraph, in leading
"I.t would be immeasutably the worst
consequQnce of our defeat in this war
thpt the South should lose its moral and
intellectual disdnctions as a peop,e, and
cease to assert its well-known superiori
ty in civilization, in political scholar.
ship, and in all the-standards of individ.
ual character over the people of the
North. That superiority has been-re
cognized by every foreign observer, and
by 4h6 intelligent, everywhere. It is
the South, that in the past, penned four.
fifths of the political literature of Ameri.
ca, and furnisbed the listof names beit
known in Europe, either for command.
ing statesmanship or for persopal virtue.
That - superiority the war has not con
quered or lowered, And the South will
do right, t4 claim and cherish it."
In the same paper is printed an te
count of a ball at the Ballard House,
given*b7 officers of the Union army.
The writer rdicules s'ud insults Federal
soldiers,'. after giving an account of the
preliminaries of the ball, he proceeds:
"The evening arrives, the Ballard is res
plendent; there are tha haughty dacers'
the massive, gorgeous epaulets. the
polished boots, the shining lace and thei
ubiquitous brass; -there are women, too
and Southern women, we blush U say
it. leanhi%on the arms which guided the
we*Dn, or, perhaps, drew the sabre, in
the deadly conflict. The dance goes on.
Supper is aranounccd. The bani strikes
up, and the gay throng pass into the
jupper.room-we count forty-five ladies
in all; but thank Gbd.1 we see.but.few
Richmo4d ladies. - But, stop I.whence
that.joyous lookIng bright-eyed South
ern girl? Do our eyes deceive us, can
it be? .We look again-we doubt-we
look again, but it is so.' We cast our
eyes 6ver tie room, but in that crowd
we can see only one other. lady of Rich
mond. We know the pupper is over ;
thq sound of musio breali forth, and the
fty -five ladies are soon again whirling
In the dance. The music- is deeLghtful;
the room glitters. with brass buttons apd
epaulets; but where is the j6yfor the
Southerp heart? 'Shall we fahand
truckle, play the hypocrite andIile
when our hearth are full of woe? Where
are the'memories of the battle-feld ?"
AnotheK aricle follows, headed "belluin
atd Post'Bellum," dLrcribing thechang
ed appedrance of affAirs (At the hotels,
and' inveighing'against the better treat
ment accord&d to th'e Union soldier in
comporison' with 'that heret* re and
now given to the Confederatb* This
is-'equally as bitter and vepgetul as the
preceding articles. In the B!riWner of
the 5th is a "double-leaded" notice at
the head a the editorial,column tating
that the demand for copies of the -xams
ner.containing the account of the hop at
thu hotel was so great that the publisher'
was compelled in order to accommodat.
'the large numbereof friends and readers
who desire to get copies of the accOutin
of' tho hop, to issue that morning a large
special edition, Oontaini.ng, in addition
tp the usutal reading matter, the two
articles which seem to havp created
auoch a decided asnsation. In the same
paper are two other paragraphs, calcul.
t.0,%pgrpetuate bad feeling between
N6nth t:Bouth, one of these referring
to the s@4r6e of information upon which
.ihenoift of' thu hop was made up con
oluding th(1.: "It i9 enough for Us to
knowAb We obtained it accurately,
antdth ~too, *Mhput setting our foot
Wds*Utet old where an'y Southern'
mage A)keyer w*ik his. antecedeuts,
should bluh saf ~to be found, ' no
,e r ,how k1p and galsed
l4 binow." fr heth idand laispaper
Ihoer 1s a reprodit ohsof an ageoupQf4
anethter Loyeali ggp pt the Spole.
wood, which %hpi QYW~ a column of'
she baminer,, as glve list, of 'the
ladies who were present, an'd.therefore
contantiated.- The editor pnuliheda
iard in the satne pal r purporting to
:ome from a numberr ladies of Rich.
nond, . of the first resgctability. The
!ditor thanks the lad:s, and to show
iow he priies the cait *promises to pre.
ierve it in one of the Wndsomest gilded
rames that cqn be prqtured. .The card
MR. POLLARD.-W6, the undersign.
!d, representing a large majority of the
adies of Richmond, feel that our thanks
tre due you for the'.- able manver. in
which.ydu describfd te loyal hops at
lhe Spotsw6od and BallArd hotels, and
n especial do we thank you fpr designa.
ing the ladies of Ridbmo&Rl who were
Such was the mon ance'and such
he nsult.s to .whi6h e "designated"
adies were iubjebt i*' consequence of
hese articles, that they igere compelled
o address a note to . Terry, asking
is protection and ex easing a d-tsire
o continiue.their hith to agreeable so
,ial relatiops with - t Union men'ot
ihe city, if they can. protected from
lhe insuits anti ann ances suggested.
[t was upq thorou examination of
.he article In - the iiner, and due
onsideration of theiR aneful effect in
itirring up and keepi alive hatred be
ween the people of chmond who re
)retont the North those of the
3outh, that Obn..Ts issued the or.
ler -suppressing th paper. As has
)een previouslv a , Mr. Pollard
-amo to Washingto, ought the Presi.
lebt, begged that th rder be revoked,
ind was .referred General .Grant.
LTpon calling to see e latter, Pollard
was requested to pt is application in
'ritihg. The subs nce o( this wd
iave already given. 'he following is
copy of General $rant's reply, in
lorted on the back of the application:
Reply to Appl'a of H. Rive4
Pollard, Praying a 'Itevocation of the
Order Suppressing mond E.
;miner.--The tlea~~~ Ua. ssupe
n every number w itc I have seen has
3'en soch as to foster and increase the
ll-feeling toward thu Government of
.he United States by the discontented
)ortion of the Southern people. I be.
ieve it lo be for the best interest of the
#hole people North arid South, to sup.
reWss such utterances wherever the pow.
r exists to do so. The-power certainly
Joes exist when martial law prevails,
knd will be exercised. Reluctant aq I
was to pursue this course, I have felt it
ny duty to pursue it in this instapce;
ind-as -much as I dislike to interfere
with the interests of individuals; I
would deem it improper and -mische.
rous in tendency to revoke the order
or the suppression of tlie Richmond
Kxalminer at this time.
(Signed.) U. S. GRANT,.
Upon receiving this reply,' Pollard
mmediately. repaired to the Ebbit
Fouse, and thence addressed a ngqte .o
lte President, dated February 17. 0The
note is in the nature of a pledge, an-d
runs thss: "If the publicittion of the
Rlalniner &all be perntted I solemn
ly pledge my'honor that it al 1 be do
roted to the support of the Union,' thk
Donstitution and the laws and that
Ournal will continuo heartily ,to sup.
port the PreaW ent's policy"
.fr. Pollarrcalled again on Mr. John
ion and -presented the note. accomnpany
ing it witIr tIre most positive assevera.
ions of good and loya purposes. The
President.directed'thintollard .be. per.
mitted, iupon the promises given, to te
mime the piblication of the .Examiner
Kour- Richmond ' orre'poudent this
ivenuig sends a dispatch statitig thant
Pollard announces by .telegram from
~hie.city that he will resumae publication
f the Reaminer on Wednesday nexit.
GERARD'S SstRsx-.-Stephen Girard,
han whom.no shrewder business man
ver lived, used to say in his old age :
'I have always considered adv'ertitinrg
iberally and long to be the greatest mne
lium olf success in business, andl Lho
>rolude to wealth. Anid I have made
I aninvariable rule. too, to advertise in
ho dulleat..tienes as 'well as the busiesti
ong experience-hav'ng taught moe that
noney thus spent is well laid out.; ae b
ceeping ay business continmually befns
he pubhio, it hsas secured me many salos
hat I would otherwise have los.
The Sioux Chiofs in Daootab Terrie
y atad'y to msake a treaty of p#ae.
sith te6 gevernimmnt, and a gvartd ooan
til fortlls purpose is to b# hold in
[From the Cleveland Berald, Ab. 17.3
Itartilug Sensatios in Cleveland. - .
APPARITION OF DR. HUGHE, WHO WAS
Dr. Hughes, while standing on the
scaffold, with the rope aboit his neck,
'declared that he should be 'with the
earthly community as.much after death
'as before, and ho seems determined to
keep his word. Among the many pe;.
sons wio called to see Hughes in his
cell before the exect- %as an hon
eat butcher of the 'I a persuasion.
This man, from the 't of his in.
terview with the dr octor, became
much afflicted with ghes on the
briin. Braffolds and gibbets, and men.
dangling by the neck, were constantly
litting before his sleeping and waking
eyes. After -the '.doctor' was executed
matters grew- worse and-.worse; 'tIle
butcher being unable to slp nights at
all,'owing to the -hastly visions .that
appeared before him.. The climax to
this strange state of inind was reached.
Upon that occision the butchei eh.
tered his barn in order to. care for the
inmates thereof, when who shoul he
see standing by the sile of' the ITorso,
bu? Dr. Hughes, dressed in te - shme
suit of elothes that he wore before leav.
ing the pinet, and lookiTg just as nais.
ralas life. The butther gave one loud
piercing and unearthly yell, and jell
upon the stable floor in a swoon. His
family, hearing the cry, hastened to the'
barn, where he was found just in the
act of recovering. - With a wild eye
aud blanched cheek he pointed to the
stal, an'd enquired whether Dr. Hughes
was still there.. Upon a negative an.
ewer being returned, he declared that
he had just seen him, and that if wms'nt
in the barn he must be in the imme.
diate vicinity. WiOh an unsteady step,
.and with th; assistance of his wife, the
Asakshar .wasensle toresch the house.
He has not yet recoverca fVom the
fright oE last evening, still remaining in
a high state of mental and physical ex
citement. . 4
W6'hear, also that the inmates*of the
jail we.re likewi'awthrown into great r.
ror and excitement jsterday, owin to
the appearance of Hughes, who enter
ed the prison, and walked about the
corridors,.s was his won't before the
execution. He looked perfectly natu
ral, and was dressed in a neat black suit
that he wore upon the scaffold. As he
walked up and down the corridorp', he
was seen'to occasionally pass his hand
-about'his neck, at the same tile giving
vent to a squirting sound from beneath
his teeth. Ie finally walkod ' up the
steps that lead to his cell in a cool and
leisurely mannr, and, entering, . the
apartment, sat down and commenced
How muoh of Hughes' appearance to
the jail prisoners and to the butcher is
oying to imagination, we leave. our
readers to determine.
W1O'D PAY FOR Y ?-A Yorkshke
farmer called at the house of a 1awfor
to consult him professionally.
'Is t'sqneer at home ?' he inquire'd of
he lawpr's lady who opened the dor
to his sqinmons.
He was answered negatively. - Dis.
appointint shone in his face'; but after
a moment's consideration a thought re
Mebby yourself cap gi' me the no.
cessary itformation, as well as t' squser,
seen as ye're his wife.?'
- The kind lady readily promised to do
so, if, on learning the nature of his difi.
culty, she fotund it in her lidwer ; anxl
the othter proceed to state the' case at
."Spoaze ye wur an old white inear,
and I should borrow ye to go gwn tc
mill with griet on yetr bak,and we
should, get tio farder'than 8arir. thil
when all at once ye should back tip,
and rear up, and pitch up and kee
down backwuards, asd break yer dearpiei
old neck, who'4 - Day fpr ye ? Not I
dearn me if Iwol.
' The lady salliaJ teld hing sa shi
closed the door.JJ e .he had hijess
would be entirey yo
proposed as Savl ment to te I
enie .bill ari4 *thg. In' the Hpq
Gopunotie opile~t p o
of the.dlog's fet~,el ' b hy~ *~~
famiily whsere the o badsIRl
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