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is ne, C will ared. 'in xc ropr
'rhe lamp btrns with a fitful glow,
'lho sounals die in the streets below,
'lhe ran sweups on the pane I
I push my Ilid aside ;
iluat wveight to me have llelen's woes
A ndrotnaeh's -the Trojant':s fees,
O' God like lle3tqr slain t
I rend it once, long years ngo,
ut not alone '-I whisper low.
We hent nbrorbed above each page,
'flhe birds sang noisily in their cage,
rhe vines swayed In tIho air.
s i mind m well thnt suminner day
'i'he sunbenatn crept, toward our hook,
Then stoppedt as with a pui.lell look,
To reatl the legendi there.
Our hearts snug then, tnought lips were
t song fur all ito years to comc I
'1'Ite bright. gra<l ye.trs I I cnnbl not see
The sin:tows waiting there for me,
t he w -ary, Itaggard years
I'll lay you hy, old book, to-night
And tru tie alanip, antid sew or sing,
th- write a ballad--anythi1,g
To stop t,hoe burning tears.
In the Nevala's lonely hit,lu
lhs grave, by strangers' hands, wal made
'ite years to come -tie hidden years I
What love.< anal hopes, anl dtits and fears,
They uold in t heir wide hands I
'l'he litbbles spnt ki on tlie streanms,
Fit etnblenis of the hupes that be I
'1'ho stream run seething to the sea,
Over i lie silver samus,
Amd t-ull sailed Unets along lien tir,
With priceless t'eigitt, but not for toe.
h'le years gotta by I the hopes that sleep,
Withiti heir tomb, that mnake ie weep
And treinlhihg kneel to pray !
0, silent yet"e iitt wette.so bright !
Wan corpses washed on a Wild coast.
Ermla one-contes like a spect ral gho st,
DOa,t to yourt" graves away
These lonely ttoughts but ill prepare
1e frot the day and all his caro.
'J ron Davla,
gttePn mtonthQ have nearly elapsed
itice Jefl'erson Davis was made a state
prisoter. I [e hail previonsly bee"cn pith.
licly chanrg'd, by the Presidt,t of , tiht
U nited Stattes, with con:spiring to as
snssitnii 'rtesidtent Lincoln, an-1 *l 00,.
(100 olTered for his cip!ure therenpon.
The ctpturo was pr mpti ly . made ttud
the tmonney duily paid , yet, up to Itis
hotr, t.ere huts not. been even an atttttpt.
mtlad" Iby the Guvernment, to prcitre
his iitli.:timet on that charge. Hea' has
Itlso bt"e."1 poptlarly, if not olfinilly, ac
etal of complicity in the virtatal oir
der of Utniotn soldiers, while prisoners ot'
'war. by sthjecting thet to ne(elle=.s in
Shutman exposures, privation ttand abuse
bitt. no otiicinl attempt has been made to
tdict him on that bchrgn. ie hus
been indict el for simple treason ; atid
even this itdictmnen. his not b''n ob
taied at the intance of ite Govern
mmnt. It may be so badly drawn that
no eonvictiota could he had on ith whnt.
ever the proof advaned; yet the Ex
ecetive could say, "I am not re.potsi.
ble' for thia. Theo indictmtint waus ob
tained withont the assenit or privit.y of
my Attorney General or Cahinit.
Repeated atltempts havo been mutd t
bj, tIhe prisoter's coun'el to btitng his
ciase to trinl ; hit, to no ptrpose. . The
0overnment. does not appetr to prose
ent.; tho machinery of tho Corts is
tltwnys out, of order. At one tie,
Martial L.aw tad, ta the way; whoti
thut obstaelb iW removed, thore is a ca
yil as to Iho suniciency or pomplutene"ss
of its withdrawal; and, when thatt will
to iunger serve, it is found that Congress
s ehow disar.anged the jndicialdis.
th it eCauso cannltot saifely lbe
c '.de with. -u Ad Congress itself,
tavitng tmtost . incontatdorately mneddledj
u'~itht the mnatter,ntever took painsto Hin-t
qiuro.whtat act ion .an its part,. i aiy, wias
1 l'eqiite, so- thnat nIow.O)ngr'es, Pretsi
dot, and Chsef jutitce, are. ntow int a
omnplete mnddh, on thte tsubhject ; teach
emI9tintg inclined to throw all .respons$i
ity' foar the delay on onaepr biotha of
' ~The iushot .of all thi~s is that the
prisonter is-naot tried; nor lIkely to
*e; and that, i' tr-ied, ha'ie nid,-nly cr:
LAt tact toab contva.cted ; if conavicted
01to. to be piuniwhied. 'lITere are still
aaypursotts who-woutld l:ko to haave'
it i-xectit,.d; bitt the're'h t.cot on6~ int.
4 elliget an, ontii tail hj' wi ,bas tIte
faitua9oion, imia ha e,ei- will lbe. jA'r
though Governments sometimes inflict
cnpital punishmuenton conspienons rebels,
they never, at least iii modern times, do
so long after their rebellion was sup
'ressed. Austria, in 1849, put to death
thirteen of the lungarian leaders, be.
Irayed into her hands. by the miscreant p
Gorgey ; but she tried them ')y drum. I
heat courtniattial directly after their
suirrenider, and hand thenm all hange.d uti
haried within - fhrty-eight hours. Had
she Waited eighteen months, and thou
executed them, she would hnve invoked 1
the execratiotis of nil Christendom.
Sinee it is notorious t.iiat Davis is not
to be ptunished, why is ie still kept
waiting it trint which ho alone seems to
desire, e'nd which he ean by no mt'ans t
obta in ? W hat. good tid is sttbserved
by persisting in a mennce which still
h't'ves to irritate, though it to longer
'mgr 'ss, at its lasi. session, evidently e
feh that it had the 1'residnt at ditn4.
vlitage with rugard to this prisoner-.
that ie wasan el pliant which Mr. Jom.
Ruio hiad teo easily acqitired, and was j
now unahl either to keep or dispose of
sn ' to his owh loss . in thn state of
teelii t.hen prevaleiit, thus aspect of the
Case was regarded to mnty with evident
coinplacencv. lid thr President beent
It man of high courn', and calheL oil
Coigr. ss to demand, if thaUt were deem
oei alVisable, thiat he should be surren
dlered and tried, and to proscribo the to;
gal Coinitiois of sue trial, since the 1
laws as they stnnd seem inadegnato of -
iefectiit'. l;mit he shim'ld Rirst, at till
'"Vest, have publicly retritted the
chan rge of complility with the eissassins
(of Presilenit Lincoln, since ha hIas virttt
a liy abahndoned it by not attempting to
t.,nnd an iidictmetnt thereon. It is
neitli-r just nor wiset to setd fort hi a pris
oner. of Sittic wilth the brangd af.t
ont iS brow aind a. ntked failuro to a
proaeeoit.' is but. -etivaleinL to the :4oitchI
verdict. ".Not ptoven.'' If. UP. Davis
i even probb" guilty of Comiplicirv
with Booth, he should its Ie long iine'
been indicte"d ind (Ned for tlhat crime
if hie is not, lie should have,, ere this,
been' explcitly freed from the reproach,
even Ihuough lie twere to tie axCiteei for
I reasoii oin I l morrow. A great gov.
e"rntett 1i1:1y deal 8te'rnly with ofrilders,
,lit tion. ite anily I it ot aflrd ,o seggy
uniwilling to re-pair alt obvious wrung,-e.
ew York 'ribunc.
L.ss.t(!itTs Cut,oti:11 It.:1itl.:"
,.:-rATIm-:s.-The SpringfIeld lepl,ub.
/cr1 thus endorses the colared Statte
rep reseti tntives chosen I
'[,wu neroes are chosetu .M rt' iresen"i
tntivew to the Legislatnre-Ohatrle" L.
Mithell, who is olecte'd fron the ticetti
and most aristocratic ward of 1Ioton,
whiehl a lsoa ha npp1ens tb lItvei the nito.t
colorel 1le4-41jI. in it; ail Edward G.
Walker, of Clarb-sten. These men ae
chosein nut, s at ja e or a satire hut in
hones't ear.nest, becanuse they are fit for
tire po.it.i"n, and because they hnve
rehits which white mier: at least isp eet.
I ftt he'll is a printer, formerly lived in
Tiarn tort and Springfiebl, and was em.
ploye"d in the It;eetbl.can oflice. We
found h n i a cnpablo and intelligent
worknnin, and his brother represetrta
lives are assured by our old pritera that
they will flnd him "all right." This is
tho first timlte, we believe, that black man
have held seats iui our legislative halls,
and taken a shnre in the conduct of the
TIhere are in New Orleans 2,000
Mahitys, who originally camno from the
P!illipine islands Thelay. speak S3pan.
ish, aund are of ta darker complexioni thant
the Chinesa', are small of' stature, uand
gaiar theuir livinag byg fishing. Theuy are
suensitive as to their h:onor,'anid ticek to
resent Inmputation upoan it, A fewdays
ago, one of thetm stabbed five of his '
comipanions to death ini a bar-roonm, be
cania ho was accused of a stiglat broach
Coast titioni:l Aianedinit-the Senate by.
ia& ot f29 to02; t he H ouse by 199 yeas to a
11 nays. All hono4pd the tw9 t$eaators amnd
eleven represltve 'who, ' even' i. th
ltadical. 8tate of' ~aa n',- had ther'
eouigh- tostand out against Iht4 lnltualtbus
The r1ot fWashington.
We take the foli g from the tichmona
We perceive frotd ho Chronicle that For.
icy, true to his indAc nta, is attempting to
nilame the pubti*le di by calling upon the
.oyal Leagners, as ey are termed, to or
;anize themselves a d come to Washington.
or the purpose of rotecting and vindica.
ng the power of oss over the consti
utlonal rights of; President' which is
tothing moe oI than ia revolution.
rhich ulstt be to ith decision an I Pi-m.
less. If Forney Cu, are de.ermined to
'trsist in the ebo they have marked out,
t is the bounden (1y of the friends of the
'resident to cocep ho issue thus present
d, and prepare t selves for thestrug.
If the time has a ved whe'n the legisla
ire department, oftte Government is to ah
orb the co-ordin," 'branohes, the tite has
tlso arrived wtetf t should be resisted at
he point of the ba onet. We are in favor
>f t he constitutiion4 rights of every depart
neut of the (over ent, which can only be
tainttained by eaol acting within the pro
ecfibed limits of a Constitution. When
!ongress ahnll st scend these limits for
he putrpnse of ab bing the powers of the
redident, it is 'olutionary, and he is
ttitilled ia cdlii '}t his aid the, country,
which woul be nded to from North to
3outh. Nast to W and. when this formi
lablu array of ft g materiel shall pre
eut themselves in OIndio%tion of the Con
tirutiont this gra 4army of "Loyal Leag
tars," as they styli( hetnselves. whose toy
ty cotnsists in p1Iring the public treas.
try, skulking fr the army when their
orviCes wore no , 41d now exciting. the
ouitry to revol oil. wilt -'never present
hem'elres in ba ie array. The war will
te for the Consiijtfon---not. for plunder:
br the indepenmlet,of tlhl three co-ordi
i ito branches the IGovernment, aid
gainst either O abaorbing the functions
f the other,
If the program jresited by Forney &
o it the truie tmae gtound upon
rhich the radio 'dorea intends id phant
tself, we s y to do of the Presi"
lent, let- us a ' " the sie, and at, once
rga,tla f9r t to Let .ouy friends
a-eMW 991 ptfArlsewhi
elves At once, aid he reaty for the con
Iot. Let their Wattilt-Nords' be the Con
titutiutt-tle inidepondence of the Presi
lent-tih the execution of his dotistitutional
ights-and an united dottntry ttpbn terms
if equality and justicet and pftd-tut theta.
elves also in Woshington,-whet' these Loy.
,1 Leagaers may httvo a fair opportunity of
oohing upon.the htaterial with Whotit they
Vill have to lock horns if they attempt to
h".trh the cotistittltiottal powers Qf this
lovernment. The itttpeachmtnt of the Pt'eei+
lenit it a ite Iru non for W*r, and the
r'rIttds of the President's tideept the issdid.
Weloome to Aongress
The following card hits been issued, and
s most extraordinary. It shows the des
>erate designs of the radiculs.
Being profonudly impressed With the
nportance of the st'ngglo thrutgh. which
he tou ntry is passing, nud of the necessity
if preserving the results gaifted by its tri.
mphs in the field, and amiOre recently at
lie poli, the utindersi gned, a conunitec ap
>whited by the Soldiers uad Sailors of
Yashingtou, D. C , do in their name earna
istly invite their comrades, the loyal veto
ans oft he republic, wit I all other- friends of
he great cause of Union and liberty, to
tnect in a national mass walcone and cottn.
ill to be held in thist the lederal uapital,
in Saturday, December lthe 1st, ptoxinto.
We ask your presence to honot' and sssure
truteution to the loyal tmajority in the thir.
y-nintl Congress, in whom we recognize
itit htui.guardians of our assailed tnstitu
tons and able supporters of the prinuiples
Come in your might. By )oar presence,
how how aternly loyalty can rebuke trea
on. Prove therehy that the threats atd
nsults of a trencherous Hzeeutive ig.insf
ho legislative branclh of ho tlovernment
tannot intimidate a free people. hero in
ie Federal capital must otar great struggle
tauninate in wise and equitaable legislation.
tere, thon. should we assemble to encour
tgo and strenghacn Congress-to whose
tams t he Uonstitution wisely entrusts thec
nawer-to asuch just action as will miake
weaco permnet tad liberty 4unlversal.
R.''d. H ia-roy,
A. J. Baxxx-r-r,
W. 8. Moas,
Correspontdonce is invited eand may be
tddrassed, IR. J. inton, Washington, D'.
TaOn P t sI'Ettata.-Saaford C'onover,
he~ wituness shaerged imh perjunry in the
plot charging Jefefssn Davis wihh le. ,iii
cin's assssitatiott, is yet.in ailb lie de.
rlames th.ei tq es A.' ,wen, lie lf's been
nsucceusful in get. abaig ad4 thas boeen
'resented' by the grand jry, It is etatmed
ulso that hie has been indiotel foi'.erJaEy.
Oroast Btritalta has yihhdrawtE helgt ' ion
rent Sazoony thereiby eegili$lpg .ie o in
torpoiration of689g94, Wit ?t* kiagalom ci
The Nttional Firiuie.
W.lIettrn trout the National Intelligetier,
that NtU4ouiber statement. of the public debt
gives a 'daewed assitrance of the fet, that,
with wisd legislation on the part of1-longress.
the public et'edit can be sitstained and int.
proved, the national intdebtedness'gradually
and with cdrlttinty extinguished, ' the bur
den of taiatidtt reditced and proditctife in
dustry revived nt14 extended ttrotigftout the
country: The Secretary of the Treasury
has gone Just as fi? tinrds the rediiretm
of the cnrrency as lifd ditid do uider the
Act of Congress of llt Apiril, restricting
that. reduction to '10.090,000 fdr the first six
months, and 4,000,u00 a month tIrerAfter.
Some 7,000),000 or 8,00tH)000 Of the com.
pouud-interest notes have also been r?'tired,
and several millions of the goli interest
bearing bonds purchased for gold at it Pate
below par. i'he national currency has beut
increased, meanwhile, up to the limit itlldt
ed by law--8,000,000.
The large accumulation of cutrrdney in
the Northern centres of edmmerce has led
to an increased demand for national securi
ties at. enhanced prices.
All securitlies of a stable chnracter, like
railroad'shaires, havo been, and continue tO
be, in great demnanl. They are on the rise,
and must, necesserily bring higher prices,
while money for regular business purposes
will not bring mere than live per cent.
Any stocks in companies that pay dividends
of eight. per cent or ten per cent, tnst. ne
ceasarily rise much ahove par.
There never was a country so bedevilled
in her political affairs and so pariy.ridd n
as this country is at present, which could
make such a satisfwctory financial exhibit.
The payment. of the national debt, in the
course of a very short time, will be an no
Wonders of the Telegraph.
The annihilation of time and space by the
te egraph. new that it reaches nearly half
around the globe, is so-ustoutnding that men
have to reflect to take in its full tteaning.
The New York Indepdeutn gives thed follow
ing is an illustration :
"On Mond.sy, July 80, Mr. Field receiv
ed " message of oongratulation fronm .Mr.
Peijnant"4s IL.sseps, the prtjootor orf tIme
8uez Canal. It was dated at Alexnnudria, in
''gypt, the same day, at:Italf-past one p. in.,
and received in Newfmundnl n,d at half-past
ten a. im. Let us look at the globe, and see
over what. a space that message tiew. .It
cmei over the land oftie PIaroahls and the
Ptolemies-it passed along the shores of
Africa. and under the Mediterranean Ocean,
more than a thousand miles to Mialta, it
then leapsd to the continent of Europe and
shot across Italy, over the Alps anmdi through
France, tinder the English Channel, to Lon.
don, it then flashed across hingland atttd Ire
land, till from the cliffs of 'aluti hi it struck
straigi.l into the Atlantic, darting down the
submarine mouutain which lies ,off the
coast, and overall - the hills and valleys
which lie beneath the watery pl'iin, rest ing
not till it. touched the shore of the 'Nei
World.' im that inorning's flight it had
passed over one fourth ot' tho earth' sur
face and so far out-stripped'the sui in his
course that it reached its dextina'ion three.
hours before it was :pnt ! t'o tndrst and
thin it must be rememeho-ed that the eartIt
revolves fromn West to East. and when it Is
sunrise here it is bet ween 8 and 0 o'clock in
Alexiandria, in igypt, and when it is suit
set here, it is nearly 9 o'clock in the even
ing there.--Amercan Ailtizan.
WASIt14ovox, N. vember 14,-Messrs.
Hlillyer and Loary called upon the liresi
lent to.day. by appointimeet. having pre.
viously sent to him the resolutions of the
Mississippi Legislature lit rehations to [.if.
)avis. They also presdnted an accompany
ing letter frim (lot . Iumphrey, b: sed on
the idea that thet'e 0il be no trial itt io
says that. while they believe that 'ibi''in.
prmsonMtent is Opt neeessary to s'ecui'o his
presence 'Whett dtiared for the trial, and cat
otly he nttended titih fatal results' to his
health, atd tihat time ends of justice Will be
reached by ttdtHitlting hin to bail or parole,
'he Presi<ent gave tlttent a counrteo,ts re.
ception, ahd tmisnied to take the subject
Co$saT-titiroNa,i AMRNID,tm?.NT PokrtoiJr
--Tie bIte elec,tions settled om'e poihit cont
dlttslieff, at least for some time fa do
fime constitumtionma amendment .Wll not be
ntdoped. Neithmer the Legislatftre of Mtary
land nor Dcinware will sancti'on it. Ilhese,
Vithm Kenmtucky and the ten etc1 inded States,
*ink'e tipirteen opfosed mo it. As. it requires
Ifree-foiths of the Sates, the adopt ion or
'ejedtionm of time apiend'ihent Is no* likely to
lbe time rallying gronnd of political parties
for the next campaign, andl it is hardly peot
slle that tIme radicals iffI lie able tao create
atnother wave of popiilar feeling whmichm will
bilind th'e judgment, of (lie people by intro.
tinu exti'aneous lssAes.
ErLtox'oiO 4WA fRiEtaxan'-AYtym. --James
U. Cars, Esq,was elected, on ime 18th,
to fill the vaianey obdomuioned& in ime Cihar
lstou dlelegamion ltry the resignatiott.o,
F. D. -Richateoft..
A sneedle latidh has bsen invented huinhtig
hgnd- It ii ada to b.e...s
1r-AT sT o lods.--Tho editor of the
Germantown Tle1jrlpIh, havini mado
inqiiiles of a farmer its to tho profitable
ness of porlc ralinitf atnd the best. way
to feed hogs. received a reply, the sub
sta"de of wii&h was! 1. That feeding
grait-especially corti-to hogs wtll
paY bett'r than the same amount fed to
any (ither kind of farm stock. They
obht.tld be fed if 'uch a manner as to'
gain a ioutid a. aynv. In other words,
the hog, at. a year old should weigil
thfee hindrod and sixty-livo pounds.
Greater weight ihan this couit be pr.
duced, bit the ine'rea'se would not pay .
the extra exp-rnse necessary to procurd
it. 'I. (Yite. buslel of good shelled corn;
ritao into nenal aad fed to the hogs reg
Ittarly in such t1unantit.y' as to prevent
t(f*.i fronm fretting for more, will pro
dite from fiv(e to seven nonnds of pork
'ltlring the m(itha of OctO)h,r and No.
vember: A fter ths neason of the year
mor' feed is retiret and less pork"pro
diced according to the quantity fed.
31 An inilfrtntit point is to keep tlto
hog growing all-tile time -not sunrring
then tcl mtere hq- nthes, during the
simum'r and then attempting to finish
eff qiuicklv on the arrital of cold weati
er. 4. Wheti pift tili in the fall-in
deed during tlhd eritire sf'son-a com
fortable sheltet sitoutl. li provided, so
that' the hogs may aivtiil themselves of
it whe"never a storm occurs, btut whew
the anutumnal storms cotmte"neo the hoga
aiold bo penned for gaod ti I ready foi
A SISour.AR C1ncu.sTr.rx.-The Cu':
paper (Va.) (.h,erreer says : A Fauquir cor.
responlent has written us a letter from
which we give the following current facts
About. thirty five years ago, a lady was
interred at Elk Run Church, in a heavy
black walnut. coflin. The earth wherein her
body was depoaited w(e.dry and )elloo, as
it. is for the most part in that locality. Of
two bodies burled in the same grave. thi'
lady's was laid deepest in the grittnd, an.
there being occasion to i"rtove the bodies
owing to the destruction of the grave yardi
enclosure by the Federal army, the grav.
was dug up nnew : but to the surprise of,
tha digger, when h1e had removed ilhue upet
colin, he perceived a quaantiay of hair, taat
had mado its way through the slits and crev.
ices of the coflin. The lid being taken otl,
there appefired a perfect resemublanoe of a
human figure; the eyes, the ,nose, mouth,
ears, and all other parts, being very dis.
tinct, but from the crown of the head to the
soles o' tle feet, it. was covered with very
long, thick and frizzled hair. Tte gravd
digger after examining it for sometime, hap
peneel to touch lie upper part of lie head
hut. was move suarpri,ed ahan before. ,mt
seeing ilie entire body shrink, and nothing
at last remained in Iis.hanl hut. a bundle of
rough hair, wtuich inscnsibly assumed a
brownish red colur.
Professor Rawls is of the opinion that
hair, wool. featthors, nails. hurus, teeth.
&c., are nothing but vegetables, and that it
is not, therefore. surprising t. see them
grow on liodies.a atimaailr after their death.
ltd goes so far si" to say these productions
may be Iransplanted ns iegdtables, and may
grow on a different plhtde f'ron that where
they first germinatet.
S trat. 's P: tI " r f f., \ ottf.n's
W' y.r.tI n..--.)t is the kee ping; alive for
mt'It certlin i4oa., toot whic:t wonl
soon pass out of tahe world in tile rush
and hurrv of tftaterial etistr'nct if they
were nut ifed and relplenished by those
who w(rrel aile to s:.ai naof from the
worry atd. - vexations of active life.
Whie f gocierv ceases to have the means
of creating its owin idon., it must dechy,
Civilifation is nourished by ioinginative
welth bthat, the world possesses tand re
news for itself from timo to timo; and
those treasures of imagination which wo
call ideas are tatainaly dependent on theo
soiaml posit iont ocenied by wo aion.
Ideas of purity, unselfishnuess, and devo
tiona, ini the words of the poet, are the
hinages of thie gate of life ; and if wo:hoent
were to become as mnan, thie-sacred fire'
would soon beconme extinict. The heath
oins of old fitly expressed this traithi by
the image of thaeetenal flanme-of Vesta,
wh1ich it was the dutty of her prie.stessu.sr
to mai rtain niaimpntire'd, anad on thet pi'm
servatF) of which tho welfiare of R nnW
The Jacksoni, (Misa.)Ouree pinna
the ogficl etaeestts reporte th1at.hisy ldtn
?etuarfled f'aoain forty- fonr coutntie i ~'Il i.
sisippi foar t.the year5 s 6#0.~'~ %~~
.sho tha th whit' optdtio