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ING), AT' P300 P" ANNUDI.'-- U Y19 l6 handedt in. orP L 'ev wil not. anAv
Away with falso fashion,, so Calm and so
Where-pleasuie itself o"nnot please
Awdy with cold 'bloding, that: fpIthlesisly
Afrects to be quito at its eme I
Not the deepest in feeling is highest. in rank,
The freest is firb in the band :
And nAture's -own'nobleton friendly ind
Is a p,an with his heart in his hand,
Fearless in honesty, gqntle and just,
I[e warmly can love aUd4als.ate;
Nor will be bow dowa withchis too in the
To fashion's intoler.'nt, state:
For best in good breeding, and highest in
And Iruest -of all in the bani,
Is nature's own nobletuan, friendly and
The nan with his licart in Ii hand.
Ilk fashion Is passion, sincere and Inthuse,
H fiinpalses simple and true,
Yet temper'd by judgmeat, aid' taught by
And cor(liql with me and with you;
For the fixost , La manners anli highest in
It isyou, mapl and you, maq.! who 1.tand,
Nature's own q6hleman, A-fienlly and frank,
A man with his heart, in his hand.
The Terms Allowed
The call sa1ys "'No didegale, will ,ake
a seat in sutch Coaveition who'does not,
loyally accept thu intional-situation and
co d ially endqrsc thes primojplea above
.t.:folrth, and is.not attached in krne
alb,-gin nee to t4i Constitutiun. I lie Uniqi,
aid .the Government of tho Uited
6tlos.' Aiid the Nadina ITne.ligen
o a W: IW 11-yj th'e present
organ of thiis "db."declares thlat "The
South shimd-not, send men who have
lmiado thelmselves obnoxious by peqmi.
nince i secessirj." "The best a0g
it. can do is to.Plut forward aw-its ppli.l
cal. Ivaders thsoe who, aro fliting repre
sentative- of the existing tNign senti
mnilit of that section."
These aro the Terms allowed you,
'he PhuItform says:
1). Resolved, Tat treason iR a Cripe
that should be pinished, tnd that, we are
opposed to .,!ompronisipg with traitora.
by barteriing "universal amnest v" for
I 1. Resolvod, That the I)ation owna
a lastivg deh. of gratitida to the soldiers
alnd sailors of the lat; war for the Aup
pression'of the lat.e roli Aqn,,4d that
the faiinilies o'h fkll i4eMt who
died,that the aounntry mightIive, are ti
wards4 of the pe?pl, aqd shoula-be cared
for by the G.verifjefii.
Tu 'nc PHi(iaL,ADauA C0M.vEWg~q\t.
Lfet othV1r do si,thIpyn, %Ny,O-p " qpr
handeui otW iion, W kiti, co,matoon.
ftemy fat?, Unti our rights aj
equal arc e d rn 4 bicp r
8tored, inder Convtwgtl .
If gooc come# 4f thi, C6ny
i hose who havMg won the laur
dhem. But if disaser and 'urpr 'i.trfe
occur A 4 legitlmate olequehep of 6nifi
indecent hanste'to go 'hito 'olit'1a'
"powvwow," k;t hO 40e6plr 1(h jV'A 'e
leaders and "recompense t,hem ac..A
to their duIds,"rT"n'retrYu lfr -
t ionas"--theo datd uf iacha Hell's
pauvomnits are said to ho niado. In a'
rmatter. bfthis9edf&beit a .)iitoaU s
quaivering with.asgonmy ini every fibre, a
inistakent jtudga*'nte leatIiig2.evil, be
.comeis a crimeht, which shonld at. least be
"mado ediwis" MA&t MIfrIA1eon
can see but, i oge 'n jrmthW ;'5map
se mmtnch relied on by those who adivo
cate 'the ap.poia;smenlt 6f de(egat a. a
the f.aNhire t#d dirJpresanfatitA \tbbd
dust roy .ihe 3rationality of s'n: Oonven
tmoan. 4it is kipows 4Aat the Soltthds ji
uitin ihel suppntJ .0f t flioy uf4
P?resident.-indeed, this unity, in onr
o iiion, would be much more certainly
!cured by absetiOllg ourpelves fri the
onvynt-ion. than. by,49,ng represeted.
NArVAL' UNON- QoNVENT1ON.
lTereartouts nobody feeims par.
ticularly inter,sted- m the In*tter. vEK
have been.so bothered with reconstrO
tioli, onths- of :all sorts, constitntional
anividmonts &c., that we are in the stato
As. to getting back Into the Uniion,
a,.tuhe oy ,iq the story which used to be
so great a favorite with the stump speak
urs. It is something like this:
'In the dayi wheni the 'frat em '
tion was setting strtngly to'wardt
a travellor out West cQme 6 ,a
wagon broken down inthe road, by the
side. of. which sat it half-grown boy cry.
ing ae if his heart woild break, What's
th: matter my, son?" said the traveller
"Mat,ter eilugh1" answered the boy ;
"don't you sO the wagoi's broke down
and the mniles is strayed off, and sister
ISal she's Itrayed off too, and the little
children ait't, got nothing to eat and
dail's. back yonder at the gr,cory ph(y.
Pi poker, thrip ante, and mammy's
drank, and I've lost my jack knif,- and
[litn't care a cent'ifI neverget to Toxas
-Washingtbn, (Ga ) Oaete.
1On'the. whole,w hil this movement
as a favorable omen, in that it - shows a
disposition on *he pkrt of a conside ble
party in the North to accord to, u onr
riht, yqt unasi something more e2
pllicly in aoWriance with Ue. consttn.
tional demands of the South should . be
pr"sented on (,heir part, w' choosb rather
"tb endurd the ills we know, than to' fly
to others tha*t we know ngt.->f."
At all evunts,it is not advisable to
embrac, too hkstily the firsoverture from
an unorganized party in that .sectiob.
'efor it will raterially affect our inter
ats,..,oppOrtunity will bu affird for.
some of the most conservative men of
the North toexpresn their ideas on-thesib.
joctj withbul whose approval liey move.
e'ti tho* dire.tioh milit rovre fuitjle
ht:A abortlie. Th'erefore, la t,b. South'
,Wait, apd not compromise her dignity by
iudue. precoipitancy of action in so mo.
mentons a matter, and in any ,event let
the South be 11iinnu. In action. We
h16e no J'Cn tio waste in bickering.'
ag4 diviiqus, among . ourselves.- Cov.
ingou (G ) Entrprese.
A lttlb RblTdbh'sti1ntbd eltue of-olfti
Mia t o, ekI'".tf'
liv)gs by GovernMV1 patronage; hav
inaugurated a "NatIOal Union" party.
Thly have Iecently 1,0tn,. out* Iall,
for a Nati4naI Cte o1i,"tO 'rl in
Philadelphia. about the middlJ of An
gust-dog star time ! The "'rinciples.
upon which the Conventibn is to uiRe,
seem to have been rapped ot by some
femal niediu9 of a table-tipping circle.
who had9 beo'n taking too 'm,0h of the
tpirits called 13otuboj I Tlhey are inco:
herent, muddld, ,4nd (ull. of babble. The
call is signelby hmdh of the stamp of
Cowan; 4f Pernsylfania, Browning, of
Illinoi,, and Doolittle,. of Wi4ponsml
Black Republicane w o Are' getting
ashamed of their .ik, or deserting it
for otherreasons. In this "call," we hove
kit one respectable thipg, and that, is
he nama of United Statei Senator un.
driots' i ndI~ia -He J~d6es not iign
the call,'ba "reortfntendj ethw-4olding
otthe Chnven i" we . -Let
Black Rep 'i kind
PI oerat WlII 'co - t ;i
noe-bad~~, *1thgt. (uihing ~ 4
cratic party.-Nehw YorA
BiwARAND Tusl vassaw D jivgas a
4'rom a private letter redelved b 4 friend
from him fadbuW If' UMtot' t cities
M4 l. al .p4th
r sadr ken Penaammnu lWra' .
[From the National Intelligencer 11th.1
The Philadelphla National Convention,.
In many of the States activo steps
have beei take. to have full and able
delegations to '.the proposed National
Union Convention at Philadelphia, An.
gnast 14 In others -there seems to'be
some misuderstanding as to the manner
in wvhich delekates are to be chosenl.
*With a view togivo the proper inforina.
tion, the folloWitir cirenlar, en4aiating
from, the Nitional .Uni I) Committee.
ha.jist beci% isslied aid sent into all
the States tud Territ.oriis. The int.
cations are that .his Cont(mlion will be
one of-the most iniposiiigsand important
assemblages ever held iiit.iis country:
WASHINoTON, 1). C., July 10, 1866.
-Your finmediate and eArneit, ntton
tion is nvit'ed to the atinexed call for a
National Convention, issued by the.
Nattunal Union Executive Committee,_
and accompinying endoreement thereof
by prominent gentlemen who are well
known to the country.
The undersigned have been duly ap.
pointed a commiUtte to. facilitate and
expedite, by correspondence and other
wise, such action as may seenonecessary
to bring togbther at -Philadelplaia a con.
vention of the ablest nen of the natiot,
without regard to their' party antee'
deits, who favor, gen,erally, the restora
tion policy President'Jfinson has ad.
vocateJ as against the dttgerous course
cl by, the majority if Congress.
0 em it proper to 4tggest.that it
1) that thore be 'ot from each
St di'lega'tds at l4g0, and two
from Congression district who
ivor the principles 4et ih in the call,
to be taken froin the su. rters of [in.
coin and Johnson in - 186 iand a like
number from their op nents. Also,
four from each Territor d four from
the District *of Con In those
Slatei whpreof a pVOpeople
were atefy it rebellion, a' correspodd
ing number of delegates may be chosen
by the people generally who accept the
principles stated in' the call. It. is not
intended, however, that these* sugges
tions shall interfere with any arrang
nints already made for the solectioit of
delegates. It is left entirely to politi
cal organizations in the differint States
and districts that concur in the principles
of the call to decide whether they will
olioose their delegates by joint or sepa
rate thectings, or by their e exechtive
We have been authorized to aVpoint
t-mporary executive . comn)ittees iu f,h
States whero the sano are. presumtnjoA to,
be necessary. You are therefore re.
tiested to act as such committee, a1d
and tqiado7pt imm diato tpeasures to'6,
cure a fuill delegation to the proposed
Convention, not interfering, ooOver,4
with the actionl which existing orgajt
zations may have taken fot the san*
object- Your action will b6 such 4s-to
aid Auch movements-the purpose of
your appoint.ment being .to provide foi
the selection of delegates if .u& adtelquite.
preliminary arrangemncuts have yet-been
The day fixed for the National Con,
vention is neir, and we desire to imprb'ss
on you and cn all friends of.tuantlifse,
that it is of the first importaue that
District or State Conventios, or' State
ecntive conmmittees, InnediAt6iy ap
G&y delegates. And it is pan.icuiarly
ted that a list of delegates and
ittoes appointed he speedilv for.
warded to the chairman of the c>mmit.
LIi conclusion, we have to add that
the paramount'object of this movement
is to brIng int a great National Confer
enee, from all p'artsi of .onar distracted
country, wise end patriotic men, who
nwy,.devise.a plan.of-political-actioui cal.
oslated to restoseonationAl unity, frater.
pity and harmony, and seure to an
*Bile'people that wrbiQh isao ince te.
1Iyl gby ,al good 'mp,,the .geotr
-$a esse.g. ofa .endurIg pace.
- t asfis D; 9AMP'sa,t
I U@'r eif1'~4b' plfntoae
rhi' gNf Whea Ia tide tAIdf4ain
la Bo e a,[ng,
Highly Important from Burope.--Great
Battle fought--The Prassians-Tictort
Naw YOUR, 'Julj 16.-The steamship
America, from Southampton 4th, hat ariv
Cotton market quiet and unchanged.
Sales of two days previous to the steamer's
sailing, 18000 bales. Sales to speculators
and exporters of 4,000 bales.
Flour flat, and one shilling lower, Wheat
three pennys lower and dull. korn deolin.
ed 6d. Mixed 28 shillings. Beef and'Pork
steady. Bacon dull. Tallow and Lard in
active. Sugar quiet. Coffee and Rico
steady Consols 80#861 . Fivo-twontion
Lord Derby had formed the minIstry.
Prominent among which is Derby as Pre.
mier; D'Israeli. Chancellor, Treasurer and
leader in the Itouse of Commons; Lord
Stanley. Foreign Secretary. ,
The Prussians carried Gitsohin by storm,
after an obstinate defence, and a Junction
was offected between the army of Elba,
under Prince Fredrick Charles and the army
of Silesia, under the Cro*n Prince. Vur
thousands vrisoners were captured at GIlis
chin, and the losses of the Austtians in t le
series of combats altogerter. -is estimateff nt
20,000 killod and wounded, and 16,000
In.the battle of the 28th and. 29th the
corps of Anstrians under - .neral Gobling
was nearly broken up. It lost 24 gan, and
8 fiagi. It is ofilcially denied that the
Pru sians lost 18 guns. as stated by a Vien
na dispatch. The Prussians have sot lost
a gun. The Austrians have retired .to a
strong position between Josephtaltt and
Koringrots. Their retreat is said to have
been a precipitate one. The army of Elba
had advanced beyond Ofltschin. The King
of Prussia was at,Gitschia on the 8rd, on a
visit to the army..
'lie London 2ime says as horrible is the
carnage has ben, it I* a mere preclude in
the pitched battle now unavoidable. in which
a itarter million of men will be engaged on
cit her side.
King Victor Enanuel sbnt. a telegram con.
gratulating the ]King of Prussia on the vic
tory of his armies.
The operations between the Italians and
Austrians Is confined to skirmihing. Yo
engaomnent of importance occurred in that
quarter. Italians preparing for another
ons'aught., and tho soldiers eager for the
fray. - Revolt in Spain sunpressed.
-Prince of.Wales. white riding on the street
in London, was thrown by a collision with
a runaway horse. TIls fiorse rolled over
hilh. but the Prince escaped unhurt.
The Groat Eastern wfth Cable,.passed Isle
of Wright., on the Ist, eitrouto ror Valentia.
LA'i.-FARTIER POINT, July 15.
-The Nova Scotian 'sailed from 1,4v
orpool, on the 5th via Londondorry,
LivERpool., Jily 5,-Cotton,market
according to the Broker's Circular,-re
ported sales for the week 88,000 hnlc'.
'ho market opened downward but
closed buoyant with advance of t a Id
on American and I a -d on other deo
1.criptions, owing to tho prospeot of
Lo-qnoN, July 6.-A groat battle Oc
eurred on the 3d,' near ludowa. The
J?russians gained a complete victory,
capturing 14,000 Austrians. Terri
ile losses ii bht armios. ,
Austria sent a flog of truco. She
has agreed to the cession of the Vini
:tia, and has acco-,ted 'Napoleon'as me
aiator. Napoleon immediatoly com
municated with the belligerents.
'The Prussians aud Italians reply to
to armistico hm not transpited.
'l'here are rumors that the Prussiam re
ply is not favorable.
The Morning Post thinks the Euro
pean Congress will shortly assmble,
and the Freuch government will pro
pose a general disarmament.
In the commercial circlos of Logdon
peace is regarded as virtually conchyld
The Parui Manitour, of July 5th,
makes the following annonheeoment:
"After having maintained the hon
or of his ars. In Italy, the Emupercvr
of Aus.tria, coneuTring sin . tbo iceg~;ez
pressed in. Napolgonis l etten' ef Jggen
11lth, to his MhMister' of lForeign Af
fairs, aedes Venectla to the F'renoh EinP
peror and apoipts bhiasnoadiatri 'fet
the ,oonoluslon :of Ipeado. Napoleoni
hastened to.,resonad to 4he *own'pa
and imnmedliatply eg 'ntated' with
the kigs.of' Prussa And 1tal In or.dpr
homr.L- - Thsb' Atustrin wsvod 'od
p4ly ;qu.d, lesing i4,000.Irionc#
-110. Vennuen.I: Thro Archdlukemi,wert
Undischer woi'takfi'*r1- b.
The Lood netimm "yi the waft
Virtuallyi euded, ,' .
Manta Buollo, o he Qd a
pulsed. Gariba i das wdu
The iondillu MdJ9ai
"Everybody has long hetird of I itto
mad stones, not movo thatt a bcor o flh
were known to be in existenas. Itv Vfi*tj
the substance is known s the Pouty
from the fact that Di. Ponto ( long '
dead ), a resident of the region wher
late discovery was wade,wfq the, *rsfi to'
use it, and from him 011 t know sW 1,
mens have cothe. - Thd i6 n6 ishot (hV
Ponto stone h%isoured apd fteyentt4 by.,
drophobia are vety nfn;ous, b.t i w
never tried for any other polson. Th
much of premise, end I- cometo zid histowyt
first saying that the psrties not kp
exactly now to proobed, I do rot fe6'
liberty to give names in full, and theskgg
use uitlial letters.
"About six wicks ago A Mir. G. 'I a " idert
of Halifazi came to Dr, M. ad, -id' hebgd
found powetMng that lophed like th wP#w,
stone, and producing. a 4oe pleo, wishI
the doctov to epertneit *itE thewi Th
doctor was skeptlcal, but,6o sow94A4 .ie
friend, undertook to comply with blWdeflre.
For some time no opportunify ftr epevii
nent .wm preseatd-"wad dogs 1etupw
ly not being pleatifil 4t.apy jjqe g Jn
place, and very 'aotee Itideed in
so early in the summer, At lasf,Iabo ign
days,go,a negfo ou?4pe doctog'Alf"J"d
ing cotn shucks, gath6red up in one armful
a huge copperhead snake whieh - bit hi on
the arm, just Aove,the wrist. T4 negro
yelled 'of course, but stopping on. to te
his susponder-tightly'argund'his a M botta
the elbow, ptarted- on te t f r he olor.
The distance vjs not very great, but t
time he arrived the orth hAl'gCestlyBS n,
thus showing thq poispa o be tery viral.
Dr. M. reso&ved on.t1ryjg the stoe,.and ap"
plied it, fololWing tie directirli."ii the use
of the Ponto. at oni. in the -rsit in,
stance the stone clung to the q8ot' 4
with wonderful tenacity fot a few, es
and then fell off, the swellipg, n
u ei a hn
tinotly seen to exude from It. "BeU -taken,
outof the water and thoroughi - diit,
was again applied and again t
not so long as bfeoi- not- with t 9 e4r.
rible grip, but When it *Itae ,.a1 I
son in the nogro'q eins oan e wil 19kI
eAst the man came back to wofk ' 4
and Within an, rour of the tilAs- W *. -
ten, und 04s sko*ed no signs ,Of , ie
"It was thus datisfiot6rny atablish
Dr. 211..that the stonse Would fitta,# the
so df a snake. and it instantly o0cl'rr's. j
him that if It was on antidot for 664,
of poison It was foV Ano1bat, smt bveeP "I
his experiments further. -
"I have spoken of the thlb*iff dpe
but iL i 9j9ing.of,the soff, biXg4iay6r
a vogetable and not a zoinqra angstpte.
it lN ftnnd'in umnlt pfedes, agd 's of
aolors-a jet black and.two.shades ofNis 'Y
white I have two pieeqsV97 befq
one a murky white, an inh n I lil
half an inch wide and an 6lgh&Aof$k1I
in thicknes; the other.jets,Wnck .4t "
sano, dimensions, except being ailittle*l
"I flfty inentfotit- id eftolusion, 't
p ieo p of & i4q ston0 b e14 ,0 4 p"d1 *0 1
haqds of an eminent New York emi
ring the past: weelkfor the pE0poe
lysis. and or expevimnt ipg *t-be'lwJg
hospitals of the city."
A TanuaWnope SwaAnt-~Aabe4dtmin
specie to Europe in large qua ,
now be assnmned to be over. 0
of dollars at least went ow qo "rpIA
in the lasi qIxty days, of , r
part was taken - aWay l r
specie is now. comi"Jg6 ," . 4* rbna%& A
and the weekly trqnipqrt
ntlien to the old Average' tf
artb4 Coctinesk thete MoonA)=W
n the t44, atlee will be a 1W
tbL'American provisions and vejt "
sables for the ebmutort 4f the --04i1%*bbW:)
fighting. ;Our cottonscrqpy -j~tp qJ
forward beforo' long, an.d heles t
great or ett*41,.it taiEtbe$iind
ptri . ti pett7r pf pg ti i4ii.A'
strin Vot madeup'on- them tta
ontoe, for when we leok at: the eadIbam.n I
the demand, and the enorinous suretha
wasote4:redy thle -ki,bjsot,' ii Aili41te
etre io Iel.aitledy derish
We) .gas94 g gQe,
@alv wi@ o*!i