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W?dn**d?y Morling-, April X#? HW.
Pi bia wltl ta? Warris** *
That if th? question moat commonly only
off without waiting for tb? answer.' Th?rear?
several ways in whian it nay be answered: j
*- Briefly, we may amy, that, as ??*uar is a strict 1
rooultant /rem lat? 'that is, from the laW -.of
Gad--then ws should know that the.war will
ceass the Moment the law shall be satisfied -
jual as soon af we^paas from nuder its opera
ti ohs-;jvdi -a? aeon aa the proper resulta ar?
real iced, to attain which tho war had beoemfs
' necessity. -Toi may hf ears ?f tbjw sod y#?r
next question should be, what aro th? ends ts
be realized by "ibo-w?r--th? objecta to be satis?
fied! Th? mere politician will make ?a? sn
wer to thia question, th s mer al ist smother. The
mt refers tho origin of "war t? the antagonisms
. ight or wrong,.of the'eoatending peeplsa. The.
.noraRtt rt fer? them to thc violation, of the lam of
God. ?Fiad oat which ot tho laws of God, and
ia what reepeeta, they har? boan violated, and
ho cease of tho war becomes obvious. So,
*":om a study sf tho effects opon y oar own peo?
ple, yow will seo just whoa Ike? laws will be
. (it?sfiee. Pease will he aura to follow from the
proper pargiag of th? offsnoe.
fS Without stopping to disease this matter, and
?how wherein wo bars erred, and so come
<uder the operation ?f the law. We will coa teni
Surselrea with the opinion that ?Mr fighting ii
really only now beginning ta ho a thing of earnest
not* and a necessity. The loos of ear sea-ports
aad cities, so far from enfeebling, nroet really
/-.:-etrea?thca iii. Kay, the very leas of ?ur pr?
^aujjs|Br??hould render it of Jj*'le account to us
HN* "war shall cosjjsfs, Wo have so
^Bf r* *? ^?**? *n worldly respesjts, that our
Hpossessious risa te almost inappreeiabl*
; 'IMBC'?jS#<MWa"ont grow asgcifieeal, in de
^^^^wJ^BBMiljk^row of our material pros-.
p?rity.|3| M?I? Io Ine- & brothers,
to be M R?or' "* iort,m*
world's sjH W$???P*U* tn* p?vilegel
How unfl[| ?H^Hni|a?isfasti?n and re?
st -nr erl -^7'^|H9K?nK?r^ increase of purity
in proportion r?TpHn IK?^0 -MT ti**t wS
hat* but ne i he penaT^HHH&ye incurred-that
ww ar? put ged of o vt Mbn^JgP befo re God, and
ti et we rosy now begin a new osreer of, honor?
able . toils,' without elogfof eeo seien eo with a
b ?rd av arid v i gu rou s manhood; ' th? cos ?sit fully
vhipj ed out of os; th? impedimenta ot fortune
no longer a burthen to care? our sena strength?
ened by < ??durance-our daughters made pa?
tient 4by pri\ nt*7 -ouipewn hearts reconciled
. c God! Verily, dear brethren, we hare- a be
?.i?ii project before us, if we boro only tho
'.tn sire to Ipok the fate fairly ir ihe face. And,
entering the field new, thus free of conscience
- thu.* disembarrassed of the cares tha? cerne
V?th wealth, (which navally makes cowards of
u?o)- hjMlnp-ro vast exterior defences, tooVjast
. '.ir ?var prrscmiel lo garrison, and deferid--COGI
pellcd to fivLt f< r home sud fire side? tor the
t -Asm. aad the' last Ivftshel of ?sra have
rr ?ey ress** te fight *?f -fght woU, haring
only ?or moral possession? to eseerfraod defcnct
The?? cannot be stolen iront u?--cannot be
loet-?Tea-vr iJ-h tbtyloss of life itself. "Beeide?
W br?tb?av:n-?muv you -trill nour hare .a bot-,
ter chance for better fighting, ?ben ire can no]
longer'imitai* the *tyj? of EMJ?
jwhw e^n?r?l?VSirr?o^1oi"g?r insist upon great j
fields and grand armies, and when our soot;,
^b?rn e>n barsebaek and "erith, the rifle-in grasp,1
shall all become partisans,#fter the noble exam- j
plea nf Marion, Sumter, Picken*,- Hampton, ]
Hammond and . boat of gallant ?avab'ere, the j
grand heroes of oar fir?? war of indepeadenoe. j
The-Last Great Humor.
.After reading the following, tb*..ramer*
j manufacturer8^bouM?boSibeshed-at the poverty
of their invent ions. Th? paragraph which wei
give b^lotv was publicised in the'sheet which!
the Yankee* issued from the newspaper in Sum?
ter .daring their, brief ?tay jp that village.
They calle? the f?\?t '?The Banner t?f JFfee- \
dom," ?ad .this was their meet conspicuous ut-1
liegrmtn. We arv i h c ?in e i to suspect, whatever [
our renders '^ay behove,' that tb er? is no sort off
foundation for the ?tory:
"Richmond and -Petcrabarg .have at last suc?
cumbed to the valor of our arra?. They wera
taken yesterday at precisely IO ?. tn.-th? esr
responjd?nt.?mus th* dat?. 1 Gen. Grant, nt the
bead ?f 1?0,O0u veteran troops, charged tlianugh
the streets'of the city! 7 There va* the most
terrible ?laughter. Gen. Grant encountered
Gan. L*e* in* person, and* after roach ?ever?
fighting, ViiUd "him and*-Ap&k bim prisoner.
Grant was hiuT.elf wo*u<J?d ia twenty-li r^
pla?e?J}hrvc '"balls passing through
column and fi -\ e th roug?t lija he?!
Da. Ai.Bt.nT-G. MAOKSSVG*
TBS PA I R10T AMD FREEMASON.
ary, l?>01? w*.h.-.d ihe^pleasure of upe
last night that Dr. Mackey ever spent in"
York, in *onipairy with him and the P.sr. W.
'JD. Haley, Xi. Prelate of the Grand Encampment
of fhc IJ..S ,.tb??U|b the boar of the.mo*ning en
which we benie bim farewell ^ as nearly break?
ing into day, our respected friend, 'en taking
our hand, ?jrpresaed his fears that it would be
year? before wo would meet again. On in?
quiring- bi**j*eafen's for such -an. assertion, be
?tat*d hiv belief, thefc we were rapidly ap?
proaching that featest of all curses, civil war,
such a ci vii j? ar^a fha world never saw. He,
-however, took-our hand, and slmk^jng it until
'he drove the brood from our fingers, said*
[ "My daer brother, though a bom South .Car?
olinian* a nativA-of Charleston"and all my life
a rendent of tb? South, ? shall ever r? vet? the
old'flag, end - until-death, will be true to tb?
Government founded by Washington ead tb?
Other father* cf our common ?QBnt ry." After
a pause b? added-taking a red, white and
bin? rosette J rom bis peek vt book, sud pinning
; it on his undershirt, wjiere be promised to ever
wear- it-"Wh**ev?r 'yon- may hear to the"
contrary, nerer'believe rn? unti'ue to the coun
try of w.bjeh^we nre both citizen?." We have
I never since, reports to tb? contrary notwith
standing, doubted boa a? regarded bia loyalty,
i as ourjsMpjBtae will pro xe.
[. v Hi? predictions bava now become matters ?f
history, hie home ha? been desolated, his pur
i suits, if not ruined, badly damaged, his native
I ?ity reduced to an alrhust howling wilderness;
and vet th* first news we bear after his cap?
ture by lb? National troops, is- that Dr. A. ii.
Mackey proved aa true to his allegiance to* th*
Government under wbieh b* wi? born; as h*
ever has been to the pr in ci ole? of Freecnasoary,
of wbieh he ha? beta ?. brilliant ?a exponent.
[Nm Tmrk Gamier.
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Tit? ?ffice pf th* is OR
Gates street, second door fro?"Plain.
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' CABXIXK. WANTED.-An active ?pd intelligant
lad ia w anted at this office to deliver* news?
papers. - ' jj iui ; -m r t m- -
Tax WRONG ROAD.-We ?re tobi that a naa>
ber of perseas leaving this town, mistouk their
road raocatjj, and hy a -wOndroiis" rn indirection,
?aar? found-on that which- leads.tb charleston,
j sod found the read aa bard to travel, ab that of
Jordan. They tuet i rn pediment s by the way
[ which they eould' not^wereeme; and, finally?
j tb*y found themselves bass on eena ar* in Celum".
.hie, with ' their hearps bung ?a tb? wiUows
jthereof*.,? * j . _ t
On UM-THE POPPT.-C??aider ng -how gene
rally onr people ar* employed in laborious and
us? fnl avocations, it is hardly of any profit to
eu ggeat ?ny new employments or enterprises
w h ich might be judiciously tabea up. Tdtj if
it be possible to fia?}, anywher?, a person wbo
IQ cbs occupation, wo may auggett* aa a subject
for cultivation, lhe*;woppy, ?nd the Manufacturo
.f opium. TL?pVirfce3ii*. ?i?.very simple. The
plan t'is veTy hardv^-arjd"well suited to our ?li
m at?; and a little information, obtained from
any -vf our chemical or medical men, might
enable an enterprising woiber to realize larg*
results, for bis own antf th? benefit ^jP^?ha
Mtfi?*^^Fe believe that the "comraott^(Ha
&HbJ|@|niyield comparatively *f opium,
Spla^fvthe same degree with tlia peppy
3SsP^*My*uhject of congratulation could
PnpHHP^D t&vn as> individual-but w?
mjsy?&S?if^-w h o Ma On the look-out for sqn>e
fcfil%*^engage his^attention. asd exercise bis
industry; he will requiretov b* diligent for at
least five honra jxr dum, and when ejnite su?>
ceas ful, he. may then sleep rapen bia-poppies,
wbi ch, ia auch a esse, won?d be legitimately
. Tus Po?? GHK?N?.-Po ?ot 1u,t dbe nume
trouble you? .dear lady, or vex your tastet^
Remember what ?hnkspeare jsija of ijie io?v
** By a?y?n?me," if smells as awe^t* Poke make?
a first rate spinach,..' Try iL Get the plant
w bea it is Under' Beil it in two waters.' Cat
up year eggs, if you have them. Us? pepper,
sod you may ?dd the am all est modicum cf vine
gar, when thav'disb is W' the table. ' Batter, ij
yon please-or if you caf. Then, agnia, yoe
may dress lt aa we have ?een-^tbe Freneb dc
Add a litte sugar, and a few thin ?labes ot
wheat bread; ?ad, a? your last* it fin es, tin
dish improve. On a-half of our rejection ' OJ
the best gifts af God, ie th? want ot . proper!3
developed taste in the ns??. 1? ?ur iga?raa?e
we too frequently eut the throats of our tem
forts and onr- fortnaf?. Now is th? time* deat
young housekeepers, to acquire the arts of tb*
tvitim* in perfection. And thinV, os you dariel
nsd cook,-how deliciously the dishes, prepare*
by year fair hands, wifl aggravate th? palate*
of th* loving h neb? nd ?ad ibo judicious friend
Try tb? pa**, ia spit* af th? nam?, ?ad folio*
our ?oaase?. -^ Yem-will fi nd it aa goa?l a *f*aa*l
ae yaw ever ate. *