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la Uae Soul' Tempi.
T W. WIDTH.
The atar 1 worahlp aalnea alone
rnallent grandeur aet apart:
lta light, 1U beauij all my own, ' ',
Aui Imaged only la my heart.
The flower Uoe lirunoUU face
' For other eyea than mine to eee;
. Por having loat that sacred grace ' .
i Twould hare so other eharrn for me.
The hopee I hear, the Joye I feei -Are
elleat, aecret and aerene;
. Pu re UlUa shrine at which I knoel,'
. . Purity herself, my queen.
1 would not hare an Inploue gate.
Profane 'he altar where are laid
. My hopes of nobler, grander daya, .,
By Hearen Inspired, by Earth betrayedl
I would not hare the noon-tide thy -'
Poor down Its cold, obtruslre light;
Where all tho cordj of feeling He,
Deep Id the soul's celestial night.
Far from the waarr strife and noise,
The tumuli of the great To-day, .
I guard my own sereuer Joys, " ,
And keep my own sequestered way.
ForU the world Is ourscd with care;
' Haa nothing saered, nothing dear,
So light, no muile anywhere;
It will not see It, will not bear. .
But thou sweet Spirit, rHwteas Power,
Whom 1 hare lorod and trusted long,
In pleasure's day, In sorrow's hour,
Muse of my life and of my soog,
Breathe softly still with gentle roloe,
' In my soul's temple fast and dim; : " V
, In thine own secret Jo rejoice '
With morning and with arenlng hymnl
And though hopes a'oond me fall
i Like rein drape In the boundless tea) '
I will not think 1 loose them all., '
While yet 1 keep my trust In theet
Tbe Slate of turopc. ' " "
How tht new Napoleonic projetU are ri
cieved The Italian and Free Trade
Tho correspondent, of tbe New York
Herald, writing at London, on the SOih
uU.ays! ' " ' ' "" ',' :' ' . ' L
European politics are growing brighter
The Congress will never take place, and
tbe rope of Home will do longer be able
to command an army of frenchmen to
enforce horrible despotism. Louis Na
poleon has flitly refused to. interfere; end
he will keep his word.- But the most im
portant Stale paper that has been put forth
by any European government for a long
time, is tbe late letter ol tbe Lmperor Na
poleon to his Minister of. Stale, on the
commercial affairs of the empire. It will
effect a perfect revolution in the manufac
tures, industrial pursuits and commerce of
Franco. Of course you will publish this
important document and let your , readers
see the new prospeots of a great foreign
trade with France. The Emperor recom
mends tbe "suppression of all restrictions"
that weigh on the industrial pursuits of
France; tbe abolition ol tbe duty on wool,
cottoe, and other raw materials, an ex
change of products by the encouragement
of foreign trade; lomB of money to agri
culture and industry; clearing of fertile
plains, and the planting of hills; and, in
short, tbe inauguration of a large and en
lightened puMio and commercial policy.
We shall no donbt, soon see the establish
ment of a line of first olass mail steamers,
or more than one between France and
America. Tbia new policy of the Empe
ror s lias a real interest tor Americans,
in both a political and commercial sense,
and, if carried put . according ta Hie- pro
gramme; will tjimdrnple the trade between
Francs and tht, United States in leas, than
ten years. ' Lnboris so dear in' America,
and the vine districts of he Ohio and
Mississippi are so lr from Ihe'seahoa d;
where there is a dense and wealthy popu
lation of wine-drinkers that the light and
delicious wines of France 'would : he con
sumed in large' quantities, provided coiu
merce and an extensive exchange of pro
ducts were encourged, and the postal,
epistolaiy and travelling intercourse were
greatly enUrged. The latest telegraph!.)
dispatch from Paris tells us that the new
commercial treaty between France , and
England provides for the "suppression of
prohibitions, and the dimUnition of tbe dtt
lies ob ooal and iron" io France, aud on
tbe part of England, reduction or the du
ty on wines, spirits, arlulet de Parit and
silks. ' It has long been a sal jeot of enni-'
plaint here that the duty on French wines
was so high as to operate as a prohibition,
and shutout all the light and obeap'wjnes
of that country Rooks bave been written
on the subject, ty tbe ablest pens, an 1, as
on most every other knotty subject, no two
came to tbe same conclusion. ; '- - -
TUB LETTEh OF NAPOLEON JO, TBK j'OPH.
V Very Dear and Reverend Sir: Yours
of 2nd current reuievel, and contents no
ted with profound .emotion," If there fs
bus thing that I have more at heart than
another, it is your iuterests dote n 'em.
Stopped tb war partly on ' that account,
finding those (evolutionist; were getting
loo .lbick with me..' Had already eot'so
mixed up with them, though, that I had
to let them have partly their own way. -Sorry
for it, but had to., Did my l est,
however to stop. -bad from going to worse
and worst; and got Garibaldi set. aside,
whioj saved a fight in which you would
bave been beaten out of the entire Legs-"
tions, sore. . Should be glad to pat: the
Romagna under yon again, showed joua
reformed way of getting them under di
reetly alter the pesos. ..Think you made a
mistake, dear and reverend Sir, Io not fol
lowing It; too lata now; Congress on tho
point ol meoth-jr: Dec.. 31; WteT'.'
"' ' " 1
Powerg there ropreoeotaj won't dispute wouli) be no odious mrolutjon f forced on
your rights of oourse, but won't i-feinsute.jby tho p'op1er Thrifon jq $'.'ynnitt$t$
you in their t-xercise, of ocur, eillior. iwi'M Aim, tht ftmperor of Buniit wujjt
i um I'cni, suing, suw uuij "UUKi "-neu, n
you wilt permit me, for you o do, ie to
give up me iwiiueun in roiurn lur guar
anty of possession of wlu( in left, fnroisb
d by the Powers.., Suraetliirifi must be
done. Tbis stnte of unoertaioty oancct
exist tlwaya. I have snid at much fre
quently of lato. To the Arohbisbop of
Bordeaux, the other dy, for instance. I
must wituriraur my troops; mtiif you see.
Your Ilolinesi will Dot mistake my senti
ments now. You will understand that I
am ins tight place, snd no nutter how
pluinly I speak, you will not forg. t all I
nave cone rar you. Uome wut will, I
shall always conduct myslf toward vuu as
I always bave eon acted myself, this is
tbe most delightfully double faced phrso
in tbe wlioleupmle.J Uratefully acknowl
edue receipt of npostolio benediction in
cbsed in your li favor., and remain, with
the most profound variations yours, to V
The correspondent remarks; , , .,. , , ,
A careful perusal of this letter slioulil
make it evident to any ae'ader.that tbe wri
ter, while, taking an advnnced posiiion
of the Pope to inviolable sovereignity
over the hopelessly revolted . Roinhgna,
has perfectly guarded bis ratreat into the
bosom ol the cburoh when that psrt of the
Roman Question is finally settled, as it is
almost eetilcd now by tb i ii. accompli
CLBRIC'il IRRITATION) IN IBASCE
1 ' NAPOLEON.'" ' ' '
The Tribune's correspondent says!
But for the momaol, here io France,
the Clerical party is ncessively iriitatod
against him. Ho meets their opposition
by repressive measures, which hitherto
have been applied almost exclusively', to
Liberals. Newspaper warnisgs were nev
r more freely applied thxn during these
last two weeks; hardly a day wi'hin the
fortnight, that oce has Dot befallen some
olericO'Ultrsmontnne leulimiist, whereat a
certain few Lib erals indulge in ill most
absurdly sanguine hppe the hope that
Louis Nupoleon will' seek aid from the
Liberals against the clerico legitimist op
position. As though that abomniaMe in
strument of ty ranny, the spring-gun press
law gag were not as thoroughly an inntru
ment of tyranny when ai plied to the Uni
vers or the Gi-tte of France, ai when ap
plied to the Siecleor the Presse. Let me
say here, topreviht misapprehension, that
neither the Steele nor the Presse approves
of or rejoices over the sppliotion of it lo
their enemies. Thit all Liberals should
take little' mnlicious pleasure in seeirg
those reactionists gagging si the ingredi
ents of the poisoned chalice whioh even-
handed justice at last commends to the
lips of ihose who have been for years open,
mouthed in railing for its administration
to Liberals ol all shades, is a pardonable
human weakness. That any Liberal sbonld
rejoice over, aprove of, or hope from it, is
unpardonable and insane.
lbs truly and deeply hopeful view of
the case is here: lliat Louis Napoleon,
being, as he freely confesses, in a ticht
box, does find himself forced to appeal to
the common sense or the people, to pub
lio opinion in FraDce snd in Europe.
Hence, his permission or the' moment, of
a more (bnroilgh discussion of (ha Roman
question (which just now quite supercedes
and absorbs the Italian question) than has
been granted to any' other question of Gen
eral interest for the last Un years. ' Now
the Knman side of this question will not
bear diftussion.' Tbe excessive hunnle
mftdo by the pure ultra montans Roman
ists, Is lo discuss it at a)i. But discuss
they will, using of ail things ns an instru
roeni of defense, the press so rushing to
THE REPORTED AID OF ROSSU T ) TUB P0C.
IFrom the London Times of Jau. SO.
Who does. Europe suppose is: the long
looked for champion of the Pope? Who
is the coming man who has been so long
wailed for t? give legions snd hosts to tbe
sna.ll knot of ecclesiastical tyrants who art
at onoe so wek, so obdurate and so cruol?
Sinoe Austria has officially declared her
self powerless any further to back her sym
pathies by arms, the Pope and bis College
0 Cardinals have looked round with dus
perate and eager glance for come one, lo
come to (he rescue. Antonelli has been
standing liko Sister Anil Upon St. Angelo,
but there is not a sign of aid from any
quarter. There is a little cloud of dust in
tbe direction of Ireland, but it is only
kicked np by Dr., Cullen's lambs. .Mrs.
Bluebeard has the sta,iu of blood upon her
keys, and she . muBt pay tbe penalty..
There seemed to be nothing for the . Pope
to do but to repeat what his. predecessor
did forty-five years ago, when Austria
was the despojlor to pi'otesl and submit.
At last however, there is a faint cry in the
distance that a champion is coming.
Never miud whence lie comes, or what
hie fai h may be;. if be brjng . a., sharp
sword and strong arm, he sball.be welcome.
If he Were a Mohamed q, it would not be
the first time the.. high priest. of Latin
Christendom has been, iq alliance with Mo
hamedan , sovereigns v against Christian
prince' ,,..,. ' .;. .,., ,,,..
. The champion thus rumored, is none
other than the Csar of Muscovy, ths high
priest sod monaroh of the sohrsmatical
Greek ohurcb, tie man who has. euuh he
retlcsl notions about Easier. tb pretender
woo claims me guarumnsnip 01 me npty
places, ths rival who' toes far towards
holding that the 'Pope Is Aoti Christ,
i w'i Wbst is.to bsr iaTntary yl
rofortn when tommanded by tht' Emperor
' TRUTH, ' IT CEA323 TO1 Bt tlW WARDW1T 'OF''LIBERTT.
THURSDAY iMOUNIN'FEBRUABYx 18; 1860;.
' T ... . ' r
Tr7 " leaeeaaeeaaseeee TTT- ' . , i
iwk ine roy in inirigiu ipien cam up
on hitgood riendito.eqrn and ' (iff t
turjeni litlf'ectt; aftd eeinr'lihat''ac.;6(idiog
,U , UO U I VI im.hvu VI .iiq iitru, Kltv IIDfc re
ply of the. rope, to the Enipror .of lla
French bnsj, been "that he will die If n'eoei-
sary, hut never surrender," jt i to be ex
pected thit (he tmperor 01 Rutsja, will
come to hit estittanco, soi protect lim iii
his perseverance io so good a cuse. ", J.
Thiils too thin posiibiliiy , even (6
whip up into a cupful of hope. '.Wlieo, ij
ever General Govon and lis FreucLnaen
slmli go forth frorn lie Eternal City, and
when ,he last Zouhvs sIihII litveemhaikcd
.from' the M!e-of CivilaYecohia, the Pupe
nuy sirain bis eyes for a long time fceFori.
lie will see the Lossack lnoces gi.tamiutr
over (he Campagna. . Whatever may .'i e
the ppcuiinr ootions or Russia ,m to any ab
stract principles announced ip "this pirn
phlet, we may rest very sure that no sym
pathy with tliH Pope lies st the bottom of
Russian moiiris oi aciiou. ins urctk
charch loves not the Latin hurnh, snd
ths Latin church loves not tb Or ck ohurcb
any more toinay, than it did tjiat Ijul
wnna since wnen the two went lo wir as
to which should ho d the key of (lie ohurcl)
of the Hulv S-nnlr-l,
Th topi m itpt'ni
vpon it, that, amnng the many St tee wkilh
are 'landing round und vatchir.g hie decay
thtre ii none wnicn fttle a viore hearty joy
mufortur.ee than , Jiutiia s In., at.
Pet'rsburb or Moscow there, dwells np
love of Rome.
LtTTIR FROM TTIB
LAND TO THE CATa vLlCJ 9F .DROOBEDA. v
This docuaient coociudet as follow1:
The Emperor has thrown off the 11 nsk.
By means of the letter whinh he addressed
10 Rome on the 31st of December, and
which he has caused to he published in
the Moniteur, he stands revealed to the
world as tha imitator of his uncle ib his
trealmei t of the Holy See. ( ,The wretched
plausibilities with which that letter js jrj-
lerapitrsed can impose on none. . ,j
To find a parallel for the infamous .a-,
dress which he mtkvt to the tioly Father,,
let us imagine a well armed captain .of a
gang of robbers, who placing bis hand on
the throat of some unfortunaie and de
fenceless traveler whuui he has sieztd lays
to mm: .
You hsve, indeed, an inconli stable riht
to your money; but oensider. (his I coq-.
not permit any foreign or' external ' aid to
corns to your defence; yun may. yourself,
il you please detenu four purse; but 1 ad
vise you not to mind doing fo; the easiest
solution or the difficulty . 10 , wb:ch you
find yourself, is to give u.p. your, money
quietly to pie; and in return for. this amis
lle condescension on your part, I . shall
guarantee to you the secure possession of
your life and your clothes. You may range
with safety for many years throusjh these
mountain passes) and you will' place me
and the banditti who acknowledge' my
authority under a debt of gratitude, which
we shall ever cheerfully acknowledge,
It is such ah address as this whicli the
Eldes Soh of the Church Ins made to the
Father of the Faithful. " 0! how all good
Catholics over the woUd, must he1 horror
struck n reading that letter in .'the Mini
tur.' You will ad it with me that the ap
pnipriate resldsnhe for i9 author would
tie the prison of Ham, rather than the Pal
are of the TuilericS. Howl pity tho chiv
alrous I1 tench nation lying prostrate tin
der the feel of suih a ruler. t- ' '
Atit let us hope that 's voloe 'WiIl tnt
reach him which, by ths awe that il in
spires shall have the Plii-ct of pnralyitng
the hhnd siietohed out- against the lloly
Father I mean the Voice of indinatit
Cathollii Clifintftidotn, which rihinff above
the juhilatioh of the enemies 01 the Church
over the world,' will fall on his ear in tmt
suoh words as these' R uder take Your1
fl AND FtlliM THE THROAT OP THE VlCAR OF
C'ltltiBT. I am, dearly boloved friends,
your ever faithful servant.',1 u , ' . "'' '
f JOSEPH DIXON, Archbishop. -i
' ' Pntnute ol all' Ireland. '
DnonngOA, Jan. 14.- 1860."
fFA clergyman' not thirty miles from
Boston, whs noted for bis nicety of prufea-
sion, went lo a shoeinnker and ,ieugaed a
pair of boots, to be made. ,,, . , ..
A .few days aftsr, he called nd inquired
If they wero ready, and was answer io! the
negative. ' . ..
Will they be ready by next Clistvsday?'
asked the clergyman. ,k , ,', ,
'No, said (be shoemaker, 'but you shall
have tbcm next chatterday'.' . -t . . -j
ff'iTA tugitive stave ratde Ins an ar-
ance in Stamford, Conheaiiont, s few days
ago. Al&rmed by the questions put to him
by a man of whom he asked-a ride, he took
to hi heels; but was pursued, found An
sconced on ths top of an orgsu in s bhuroh,
which he had broken ' into; was 'brought
down, questioned, rjuletadfed aol'sent on
hie way rejoicing -." ;"' l
Nobody, of the Nsw,,York Times,
says ol YapuvtlOUAst:- ,,: 1;.i , , ,,,
: Villaudi(jhaai ol Ohio, next fo., speak
ing ss if hs thought his words preoious.aud
clewing his muscular, lips tightly fur eaub
syllable, as if doling out Bonis tftsuie of
thought in mall coin, Ip bt oounted ,as jt
fell. lis ig a .strong aui talented tuianf
but one' who .wiH.banevsrariervalued so
long as.bo ,s his own appraiser.,,. j.
1 i9 Hnpplnr'ss is li; if. fig ''will?
t. 1 ,s ! T-wi m. '""l grVr-VffTaW
Tim lTflfeni MwKTh m tali. SJ.l J ' TV
, .Who cries dlssolTel VTbal traitor bar..-!
Would rend this sacred chain asunder
Btchllnk amern'ryoftheUiicJ J ur
iBaewoaderenttiotaelidgaci-,!, v-) ai
Shell Freedom's temple be ablalie...,
'The CnloB now f-thetijlo ever I
Stand forth tbe lead-ttr man there's aoo 1
11 Wi shrinks nol from the dread ambHIoo ;
. pf cjoudlog Liberty's brlghtana,, i-,., ' , , , s
. At cost of autre than toll's perdition! , ,
' tinog.bydonsclence ereratorig 1 ' ' '
'' Dead, a reoosan'.'s tsge 1o story-L tt;
I Wboaelnfsm j wocld e'er-be mug, rt "
1!Ui'mre yield and Time arrow botry, I
rilope. patriot bopel-:;." ac, dU,l,
.". ,. .The Pa'oa nowi.'t:nloa.erl , . , .
V " ' " " ' ' ,'
'Btt .r! the Sih lends IbrtB a volte- !
' ' Thai nta awntitla real -mo Lar aaastll ai i L
; The loyal Sonto- retarns her gretlrnr-
, While the Rest SwlWest with sbonu rejoice, t
r And bill the gld, fraternal qieetlog, .. .
Their burners to the sky are flung, '
r Willie erarllirAefflttift fVifde are Irfulfi'.. ' 1
Wegktethe flrmtmealimSnr. ' r
-.And aotastaglattarlsmlealog.'-r ' ',' '
Cheer, patriots, cheerl Be'er say diasereil -
. , t The tlftlon jiowIy-Uio Cnioa .rrj n f 1
,' Vernon's tomb Its gstei onupread ' "
,: Lookwheretherer'fendshideli woeplogf'"''
0 While Moe Ucello's sere la dread. r. ' . ' " '' - -
1 tr fearful, ghoetly vigil's keeping,
(. Yet, list! another spirit's moan;, 1 ,;' - -
i( "Ye bare a b'ion-oir scarce deserre. It
- JThat lost earth's hope rs erergone:
'" By the Eternal', then, preserre Itt '
Dp, patriots, np! Ne'er sal dlseeeerl " '' ' "
r Tha Cjiloanewlhe Onion avil( .T:'- i '
t I I i 1
r, ,, From IL ClnclnsaU Commard'.Ui ? . . ,
v , . , , ..The. Quitman Latter, s ,- .
.Ths itrnlhlsilfiass of Oeneral Quitman
1iH. m.".!!1B;.UiTuiru. n- mm ,tt;M of SIaverriJnd 'the old" brro
C.untrMo Jiit,ume,,ba4 absolu.al, ijD.u,a timpiJit- ot. ;, henrt-arM
ponn-lenceloJita VI-xafj(y.uiA, tho XNew I
loJ.t vi-xacj(y.ui A, tho iNew,hc frHrgM o , p4n writing to an pU
'lis says ct bim hu.namet isjf1'iedi that 'Douglas ws "the trn, repre
l .as,frol3l.oMoty lumorand i(.f:t.iH Ve'0f t1,ig p,;n,-ipla."' ' What priL
jw.ns veranltyVaadv-if Qrfi-J vpUVWntij ihst "o lbs' frotVetioh of
n . i , .. . n. ... .t l.: t.u:
VI irniii. lm. nn en .
man .. Ita'J a pounce! Mum It was bllnferl
iliapuali8alioD to: play a tuootsafM'role( follow: And tht U aijfc
(il duplic1ty.squiVocaticoandcoivioalffle.BUt;ir;r,c,;:;; 0f . Squ'atltr Sovtrfignty." No
-.uKiciieaomuu uuu j - mni oir i oi wuoioi
lile. He eoiKpfebeBtiswJ itt on enmbirs t
ulial tt- D cuit In ,liim l.v jitk,.Ml 4.A . l,A i
, , -""r J ""';icpTCi hie Stint rw And- ranTtloS lis
ivuii .1 w..,i.u. aia.arBey, y. pTI8llptl of .. Hie ploteoilon -pi
" "ooa, si : wan no unitJirooiuei sos
moral t.cesMty ;w.m..mm to tterclops htsi
opinions to their logical iiitternnee.'U'No
pnrtism ran be louud whoi will daro direot-
lyi (o lmnaoh: his testimony, f Wa ha I
oceasions while ha waa living. .to sps.k of
Lim S - mi,ll,l vfT miPSn ne I im t a s.il A I.. a. I
n. wv.., v. r'u" i.i.ii.i 0( preparation lor the t.:nctcnsll fjooven
minded high toned - man, whoso- parity of ,ion Ver heard in the Southwest. On
chnrscler Bd honei'y Of purpose wer noli 53 , of M, cn;i j 9ifJ; "gt "WashlSgiotfi
to hs questioned by hbnest - men.l Wben Gen . Qtti,ra,n ifcfj.a ,hort convemiinn
he died he paid a trtbute.oertalnly BMeet,wilh p0UKs, and the reiult was. he wrote
to bis memory, naming him as hmong lhe , ,rauk kt;er lt, oli fri,a(j jn Misshsppi,
brsv. and .inoorxuptil.le'roeoi whose good) -lviri iu,anct 0f conversation,
names ;.wefe precious .to -the ra.nr. : Al,in(j tpr,inr, j t0 ,ny Words a prefer
letter whuih he wroteod tlie4th of March rBr, t, li. i.tM-inffn. tr,PrB,ir!.nf
18fi6,hasjtlslmada its appenranna in print.
It is ol a nature td carry confusion' inti the
rnks ol, the Duuulaa - meU.- There are
among the followers ofBoqir'.'u bold and
desperate men, 1 but' perhaps ; there are
none whoso hardihood is equal to this task
of imputing Ulshood or duplicity 10 Gen:
Quilmao. .. The Enquirer sloes not .deny
the authenticity of the .letter,., or attempt
to0icre1it it.,.. Un. tbe opntrary. it. savs
thatv-what Douala.s, was than. ( 1 856 ) p 0f sqU4(tPr Sovereignty waa, at under-tn.Gen-.
Quiimen's judgment, bo- is now.9t0l) by Qaitmj snrj evidently expressed
anithe Southern people so believe.'V-1 in hie ,.i,,-iia itl. nii3u
Ibis might appe.tr. honest, but upon ex
amining the letter, sa printed in. the fcn
folloffins pafsai-e. tbe first of ..that pub.exo!ttj4 or .tolisb slavetv in short ihel '"t .' ' ' .i-i' ,,.-Jl. mT-tf VirecTKS lr
lishcd sod. without which the rest is nn-. MineUA, o. PBlr Sovercio-ntr-l. U"j.her Instances nr. f I. rnM
.Iatellitfable it omitted: ' .
I believe that ai t hie day the - Xort'ntrn
Demuemts are founder and more reliable on
tht Slavery qutttwn than they have ever
been., The Khdshs bill has drives off nil tbe
comptomieers, and. lelt tnse that remain
no al ernalive bul a full vindirntion of rfur
wholeifightt.n'I believe therefore, dhey
will prafer a bold, ultra - Southerner' to-a
tenegade.. i ,'.;",i': h ? ;S 1 -!
In a snuRT c 'Nversation wiTn Di uo
LAB TltTSRDAy. HB SAID TO MB THAT WHAT
he mot FBAbBOAyAS that TIMID istoTiiERN
MEN Wi CLD FALL BAOK
I shall be ctinleni- with Buchanan, and
wil. suelnU; Pii-rea il, uoraitiMtedi. It is
aleo my:iiil(;rest, tp hernon ootmuilal, but
when I wNte to an old liiend like yourself,;
I will he fratiki ij :!.-::! o - ' :
: Here-the following words ocpuc snd
tha Boquirer uses ibeiu: .''My-prlrenee
is fol Douglas.i .lie is bold, .fearless and,
self-reliant'.. i Were liiv elected. i ha : would'
not come into ofQoe.Wi'li a body '.'geaid
of old fogies and politician, ready to seise
upon all; tht. offices He is trB5 to the
Snutl)-"J'. J'ut li b anpexed, ihe.mOTt'im-.
poitant passage of tha-leer, is ajarefullr
exolddtd.i m I. -u :. . ' .t-i .Jilju 1 ei-
11b demands not mating cbk A8S-
JOVEKT. OP Ilia-O'.leJltir,' IthlliaT IBX I 'H
Ttisia (slaveboldHiift) Fai'psanr.t, dot jn-
SISTS UPOS ITS' VBdfsKTIIill.-t Tl! UlSl 'WE
ARB INDEBTED FOR ' TUB u ZABSJS.il BJLli ,
WHIBB 'iW HRESENTS THE puINTS OF CON"
Tl .-.- .'. d 'l..'.-.'
. . . ... v. ; . . '
OR Till? FRlpCIPLB. AND (P. SE3 IUS B ty
NIIdLk PlilNCtPLS OF, e.yAfBBS.;VBBEIO-
, The etudieJ p'n?ss'pp
septctifjes from.hs,l.'iter aSj'jiublishesnd
eodoxsedjbjf .the Enquirer is, wliijetiijeqc
ed pD.be aoyasiop o,,th)e(potava cpnfvss
Ion. of their owe,, ' 'Our empor'sry;;,
afraid (! sjqaHers know.as John i,.
CJultinHoWro 05, tj,e 4tfc' f.areh
'',, ., . ...
" ' '
1 . 1 i , . i. , . v '
. vuugies iw-r.j ociore-sa i t;oiuiVjHr .
linn iu um uh.tj.'iu lunt.wiia Jtj (una;,-
leaiva was thai timid Coo tit a to men
i'j iti.i ua' intri is, yuu.vai
afraid thaf file 8ootb would n-rt-W M Ihef
'extent of jJemwding -tts .'Con.rttutioasl ,.whioh p,wdo4Meedfloo ffCbiils
ni'hta. What those riahti were io the' .,. ,. 18BV a.A ..
199, iuhiiuu VI 1uusia, 1 .JUUIIQUI Licicut-,,.
m.f.AH ,1 In,,.. .. I , n n v,w.aan,.
- .W it 'fl,., lt tn . r. .4.
the Enquifer, wlti. paias-Uking.-ixories
from its columns.; 'jHe,. (Doua'.ag) de -
maods hot oi.LT tUe.ue and enhymeqt
the eommon trrtorr fGr thlr I tha PAiltn 1
.. V. '.. I
twhicl.Qjlt-T,atrh.d Joel said D-iua
TwMiie) porp-rty, rt wsisiTro-
''BO.frrTf.a .nrsf TI-., . llh 5lQv...
i Cu. o, dortrlnc oat snd out, and the Ea I
'qu'rer know' the fast full wl. So tr ap- r
thtt Doftgfat was In 18CS eoo6deBt '
I . .
1111)' premising tho Boatb a SIkvs CcdeH
for the proUciiorv of tl eir property io tii
common terri cries, a thing which it in
exited vpon (which is strong unauage)
in a sburl cor,virta:ion w,th Gen.Quitmau.
Tbe quiii arises w better h it no" doirid
lb same thing juttoow. 4 Is k not work
ing end struggling for the Ch-arlcitoa con-
luHtjon wit!) llii" serge cespiratipa and
disregard or such scruples ss f nncrable
men have, r tint h woiked ed t rnjjled
for. the Oiocinna'i .oominaiion? 1 GetK
Quittnan, after, dexluriu that Douglas not
only demanded the use and enjovmenl of
tle'corciribri teiritorv for the usa of the
owner'a of sNreg'. bat Insisted tama the!
protection of eh,ve proper'.? in the territo
li.a, ail Jed that the otb was indebted
toDouUsfor tie Ksums Bill ni.inh. .to
Q'li?man'a era msrelv ilirew down a har
ii-r whicli hi I beti' erected against the
,he f rHr.knss of his nu. wrilimrlo an old
j. - - . -w- 1 - w - ,
fsUwrr irs the UrtimriM.;: Aodtha eK
-,,,, r lisr Eno u rer om t d f 'nut ar.'enoa,
wj, Ii ahir?i', tXln'i' U'r.m'.
. .. ' . . ... T '
s ... rrnn-rlw in lh tarr :n. Un anrl
ns tne rVominr.tU pri-.cffcle of S
puses tr.d aronunnble prh ctple ot fcqualter
S.rVetVtgnty! Ei ? Njw1 let us 'put tti
paints of ttie Qsitman tl4f together and
set what. n liste,t let h be remnoiisertd
tLa Jt ws8 Wli.u :uat .u roUr,
. ' ' . ' .' J. .
Tha-rt-.TScme lor this 'preference he gives
D.m r!us wt afraid the timid men - of the
South would fall back, and he demanded
tim 11x1 Sjtith snoui 1 u snd.er.ioy the
common territory, sol ..he icsietei that
protection should be afforded elarepropsr
" ,u n orj; . a '"
true representative of this princ'cla and
opposed o ths abominthle principle "of
Srtu,,... SovereiMv. What il,a crinci
purfi'clly dt-fiped. The ahorainahle prin
cipal which Doulas oppnsed the antae-
1 r r j
as preacnen in me norm as me piincipn
of which Dmiclns is the represent-!. ve
nnn ecu r. i.v.'Bg. eotuieu m ius
1 , .. . - ,, ,1'iCTr.. nm uii.uhtiii. 'iuuj ,-ii.v-k, . u u ...a.
North S9 the champion of the ureal pr noi
n!a of l'urular KuVMreirrnlv.a werr ,rei,nrflt-
proportion of the - del-(jalei from
that section to the Charleston Convention
' a lettef is published in the' South derjar
itii him opposed to Ui!ah-)u-iualIe principle
of Squsltur Sjvereif nty Squrttttr Sove
reignty . as tiadeistond til ths r-oath ' und
Pouular Sovarxiertiy ".'defined at l!;e
Norlj, beiL' uieniiish Could ll o duplid-
ity of partisan desperadnes have . a mors
Klarini; illuntralioni Yes. We - find ..th
i.iotttfhgrautexainplti of political IrL'stery
on record in . the columns of tha Enquirer
in the mutilation of Quitman's letter and
the prelondtd endorsement thereof:. ii
a- TTIli Knnsns be Adinlttid!
Hon. Ecbuylir Ubl'ax, msmbcr 6f Con-gress-lrom
the Ninth District of Indiana,
writes lo his papr North 'Bofid P.eijistet
' n.' frvllr.m i ' .virtue. I t.i llta iiA rrt Wft,TV
Kansf - 1 v 'fn !'. ta '
Irtrtit' 10" Say ' that It fooks ftrohahle
thaf the Democratic; majority in' the 5ehitV
Will1 resist the adrhiaston of Kinsas Into the
Unlof7 although all parties'pafticipitirf' fn'
thtyelticiion of thSj delegates fo the Obnstf'
tu uornl Convention, in framing the Consitt
lutiori'ltsvlf, in voting on its adoption, "and
in leetin th Stnlt. Ootrernniont nndet If.
Of nnre'all sort of pretexts will be:al!tg-
.. J C . i L '.- i L . u . i :. O .. . A ...I
o,i l"r inrrj THIT-U'liMr ' llirj real ranun
WWWt!ltt, thai k iWW enter the Union as a decided
ly Republican S aHe. iB sp'.te Of all tleir'ef
forts to' fh contrary',' to sttngthen the Re
publieaO pBiltnr io the 'Seriate two votes,
and irt giV tbree Presidentlar voles la the
contest of I860.-- J". ':,"'!::TO" c. '.'.''
j;at' ttr I tt r 'c ii ' .' kj:i,,'" '
' f3T tjiliaeij.oX Albany,. N,-Y..bas
jived shsisi.ijii'r tfcat eity for SW.fOt)
j)Hma'gflsvtfTw,ety'L;ysaj;a ap !w!,H.,
pinated by the physician, arid the .vscoint
.maiiriU.od,inhrodur.ed into his). systems
diirseH odirWAMi. ro.iA.liulv hJ
, .J.. I- rrxmf . .
1 . .. n . . .
r, ,4u 4?,r?nttsrt''i I'k W
XQrrtpondgBt fJjif M'wmWtFibbnr
has cut .from n.jlPtWro8P'J',
,.',:, fm .(WK,V eamr,1',5 itairrih
llj. .Ca.lhotM. .if, UB.yM.irTf!
a plan for the dfiaoiujion of the UnioB, .
mL'n hkri iryrlM KSJieW Wrm all"
. . . ,
v,s0,tor; lie fall ilepir4'Rar'tnl rbflbw''
j .reha.el-Kte bwbitrrSsl.-.tvrS Wf
.. , Uf,.Ja,-rriha--w
5 ; ' . :.: r .....
sm:op-m my room wruin. ..weeeijirjg
.rr,iht th.' w y uaceMmobeouj inDC?
trsitfwho MmS in'shd" twlf 'a Rat4
... .. L . I L .. .
. ' . i
lUJ BO '-V
rvr aorjrvd, ai I-had'-eivta
era to tbe seivaDts that LbpulJ-4
oa no account be o'.atDr bed. , , . w
"The manner In wbiofi he ectere.
perfectly lt-ll poiaease'd taking seat Vbr
posite cije without a aW-rd; no seldtation
do apojosjyr-vsa ii.am?h my , jeonJ atwr-
all wubia belonged Lj him, excitsig pae
as much aurprise ss lndignntion. a, r
I ligil I XI J llcravA ' J IUU B as 1 iu w wu v
top of wry shaded lerr.pr; I' fJis.rJvfeJ''tha'r
b-s ea ssgappod lrf a 'tthio aloftk. -Wbixll
O-jmpteli bid Jjtsjffataiea. froo jy.TUw,i'
and, a I rBised my head. he sr.ok- jt
'"Wfiat are ycU ' writing "Sr.atoV Urom
So.th-CmHnT -"I'did not "tifln I'df -fT'1
impeTtiitno: set firsts hot answered'- biarf
ii,v.-maiair'y.--;i sxu triiura, p.a?.. ia.i
the .dis4itutipn,tf the Americarj TJnioti
To Ih'ia'ihV larger r-plieJ Ip. tbe coldest.
'anaiof froa SourvCia'i,'rTr'Jm'f
allow-mio JovH-arodr rihl ISfhif' uf
' arose, apd, as h, dld ao.ttia. ftlps
'elf. sod I 'behe!d,-ORIATGopl SBt;
nisi ,; I1 .eki& ''Vb joEii cf Oxorsi
WASBnfOfi!!w:i ,,s" ' ''' ''-'I
"Ai Usoinffc I had no poVer ta resrttT I' i
extends my riht het .rL'felt ls'.rarigwi
cbjll pervaOeme at his toob-.prfped.g
it and Le'fnear "the liht, tbus &ffor4iBZo
me'full tilae td examine vefy, feature ci
hit fhrt.'-snd psrtirolSrly :bf fcis' perio'DTi
It wao the fOeof WashiOsTtonaili tie VaCf
dtejaed. in lL uoilorm of lb Rvolaiicta
AfioJ4ioBii,y bsod.,tp ,s omsnt
'And with this right' sriSeniioY'
frsmSbutri ,CeroUas, Vosj would -sign
your aamft ts-a papsrosulerirt cBUDaoH1
ditso'vedt i' (I ' I.-. -I re- i;;i "!M'vff
"Yes,"aiJ I if '0etiirorttfftJefley
arises 1 will." Jast at'rt(i-otBefir
black blotob appsared on the bsr k 'of' ey
hand; I seem to sea it erao now: ?'WbslU
tbait" cried I in. ai.wm,3 .'.ivjbj-ji thtr
black spof 00 my hand?" ,
nTht,m saij'lie. drocpiu'tT my1 f snd.'s .
the mark by which Benedict Ar6h W'
knpwn lntb4 next world l""i l- a':itf
"He said pa more, but drew from, lsr-lo
Death his cloak sn object which hs, olaoad
upon the faMe, on the very psper ,pn .
which I had been wtflin(.. Ths objebf;
centlemeD, wai sskeletotj
" ;Tbere,"said he, with empnaa."tnsrsi7
are tbe bon a of Isaac Hayne.. who waS,;j
l,nmn K tt tltorltiaK i n PI, .T-laef nn TT. eirS
J,is life to establish tlie Union.' 'And.wheo
yoa sign your name to a dissolufTdt?; 'yoif
may as -well hava tha boSetof Iaaae HaonVb
befpis vou. . He .was a South ', Carolinian
and so are you, but no blotch was oot bis.,
hand." ' ' ' '
. With thess wri-is hs left tni nom".'"!f1
etartd frorh' Tio eenact";w?th' 'tbfdtkft
man's bons and awokel -. 'Ovorwom'''b?Jt
rn'.nn. rn.T inm. t,, tha mntr immr in.
events to man that have ocr'ttrV-d elntl'o'fJ
j. , ., , i.. .j.,t,.,. Lie
3 tho 'AV-if
michty rolled the planets ftom ,11? paj
and set ibp spheral jn motion, , hsye heo.M
rnoro' or leas einnot(d with dreams, ' May.
not thia dream of Calhbhn bav' s nn'rjty
infJuenns oa lha.prpetnity of ohii grorteuei't
and happy Union!' . ,: ,tt .: oi .fl e
... .4 .... ., ; rrr- " '.- ' .V.!flf)Me
An ludignant Lono Widow. , jj,
Mrs. Swi sbelm, the stronjr-minerd sd
ol the St..,Cloud MinneotsJ,Democratiow,
1ms received ths Leifisla ive appqictmsnt pf,
Suryeyor of Logssnd Lttmer rhiah.soinj
persons an dispose, to regardai a good,
jots. ,The lady says nobody can ..tnsu
her by the off ir of work,;lhattwill t.in,
honest wages;, and thus discpurses on,. wq-;,,
msu's rights snd woman's wrpngi:.; 5M.0
. . . ., Man are auitev snxioas.thei
woiiiep. should remain ,lTnitAfV.yial0
shadow of their protecting wings, as ara
' slavtltnlrters mat tneir property anouiu
athbmsand be tsftfrl ear bf. trf'
deo ihe ths honor of wosjcio forth rafeRl
a. corded lo the; wifehood; dps'$, Ukourj
"daily breail'Vaeoond-handed,, butJike therfj
"lion's yoang"'whf)h Kin? Davidapeaks
of. we "seek our "meat from'' God" eard
it'sndeatit.' saying "by your lsvsfto
none; and ai lo survyint.lonB, W.e.wpulflii
rather saw them into hpards with a hand-
tsw, for "our bread arid butter, than l
the Jcli d piltanc whi'oV teed taos't ' Wo
men's soul iBsldo their -odle''
"' -,fpt!oiie InTlv4'htinrJre'
W3hld objeol to any wemae doinfthe Weflr
of J 8uryey -w GensraLil Thejf. areT ottly; 4
ibnck4 at ber receiyjngj.bsoftpr sptbe,o
i&1fik rrjtal IsyvVf tans foY'lns cTtf
of Net'-York for -1880 -te 89.445.000,1
nesrht oiwoiUlio4ure ttso tha kt(tliy,d
v - s - "! ci'