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BY JOHN SLACK.
:1!Istol, tpnnsi-ptkmp.f.ii so,
VOL I. NO. S.
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"Thf Cimibut Jt )),''
Uiarlcs Joiimncr, says the ".New 1 one tIlc ,1U1,1,T 1,U f'.d.-with it w;n 1,,,
"News' us President- of the Republican j l,0.iv.l ,l,e dying wail of Plack Rcpubli-
tale Convention of Massachusetts, lias j catiUm, and when tin; cloinl passes,
thrown down the gauntlet to the conscr- j n.M,.Ut wiil exist of that once powoful
native faction of the P.lack Republican j,:irly i,ut "broken foments on the bar
trarty. His studied address to tlio Con- r,, (r-oun l "
ention distinetlv traced the policy of ' ' .
the reil radicals in tlio next Uongress,
nnd, in conjunction with the recent
speech of Thaddeus Stevens in Pennsyl-
vauia, may be considered the signal of
open opposition to President Johnson on
tlio part of the extremists of their party,
and, therefore, a token of acknowledged
division in the Riack Republican ranks.
No less significant is the philiipic
- published on yesterday in the New York
'l imes against tho Honorable Thaddeus
.Stevens. Mr. Raymond docs not wait
' to take up tlio glove thrown down by Sen
ator Sumner, but simultaneously throws
down his own Mid meets defiance with
defiance. There can bo no reconciliation
between parties that strike such Fpiteful
nnd such heavy blows. It is no friendly
tilt bctweeu good-natured rivals, but a
trial with unabated weapons a combat
to the utterance. Raymond, through
the columns of his journal, has an ad
vantage over the mere oratory of his op
ponents; mid be. ides, he lights in ''u
. tower of strength''' in his professed do-
votiou to the l'ro.-ideut. The Times, in
commencing the assault upon Stevens,
J has certainly struck home; a severe
' blow, because it tells the cruel truth and
1 brands the Pennsylvanian cs the author
' of a very seiious injury to the country.
1 It says :
'Quite a number of Southerners, on
rending the speech nf the Hun. Thad.
Stevens, have abandoned their business
. projects mid gone home discouraged.
'1 hey say they cannot face the desolation
which his plans propose for the Suuih.
' They cannot put their farms again in or
der, clear tin in of their incumbrance,
rebuild their ruined dwellings, p'ant
Ii-. s!i crops and get a new Mart in life for
their chililiin and tlieiiiseb es, with the
prospect, at any moment, of seeing the 1
whole si' 1 t away by a ruthless conii-ca- j
lion. They taiiiiot work w iih hi ; rt or
l'ojie while such a sword is hanging over j
the'r hcai'.s." I
And, ad'is ocr cofompnrery, "We e.in-
1 1 .1 r -t ! j' t:.. p -is i 1
mi uiiiiiiu iiicia ior i ins leeiiu. jiiamc ;
them! no, indud; it is not censur for
them that moves a heart susceptible, to
just emotions, but for those who seek to
keep the iron heel of power upon a pros
trate and help
something so r
ss people. There is j
uh-ive to the American j
character in this attempt of fanaticism I employed w ith but ar'ial sice, .-s or none
to tear (pen healing wounds and to stand, whatever. At lciiL'th Caminitz, attribu
wilh a fierce iarlisanship in the way of' tina tho obstinacy of the affection to the
the suiihhiiie of j eaee, thwarting the ef
forts of nature, forbidding the industry
that seeks to serve the gejeral welfare,
making -rvar against hands that are eager
to work at. the plow, tho loom, tho vari
ous instruments of labor essential to tho
recuperation of our country, and pre
venting the fruits of tho earth to bless in
their harvests. There is something in
this barbarous policy so unnatural that
it is Ktranoe that a universal cry of in
dignation dues not swell from the popu
lar heart. Mr. Raymond's rebuke
springs, it is true, from a partisan mo
tive; but, iu the solemn truth he has ut
tered, he will find a response from nil
just men that will go far toward crip
pling the resources of his powerful an
tagonist. Senator Sumner nnd tho lion. Thad.
Stevens have embarked boldly upon a
desperate enterprise. They have clearly
delincd their purpose to make political
capital for their faction by provokim; a
continuance of inteisectional hostility, j
Rut h t it bo undci'stnuil that their reck-
lessness is allied with a erin. determina-
tion nnd an 1 bundanee of resources that
renders them mo.-t formidable enemies to
tho peace of tho Republic. 'They are
no pigmies to contend with. It is not
in 1111 re bravado that they face the cur
reut of popular opinion and enter the ; cuit Court of Kay county, in that Stale,
list against a President indirectly of .by Judge King, in a decision delivered
their own creation. There will be a j oa a case brought before him involving
ftorm in the next Congress that w ilP its validit v
shako tin? ilo-.io of llie Cai.it. -I; but let
J " f. .U I. Mill I I J I .-I I 'II I II . I . I I 1 II . I i -
ler, a Catholic priest, residing in .Irli'cr
son city, Mo., has been arrested nnd held
to bail in tiic sum of four thousand dob
lai's, fur persisting in j r'.-:i !i i itj without
taking the oatli jircscrihcd by the new
Constitution. Rev. Mr. Cronin, a Cath
olie priest, 'iving in Hannibal, lias also
been arres'oii fur the same oflense, nnd
bound over in the sum of one thousand
loiimi over in me sum oi one iiiou.-an.i i
dollars to appear at the m-xt term at the i n0,.(!.S!iry ,v tlio vast number of p. li
Marion Circuit Court, to answer any in- j ,; f,. ,;lla.ti, which have accumulat. d
dii'tment which may be found against , , ti:.lt ,.x,l.nti ,,;, it would rcpiire yiars
him by the . rand jury, for violating t'ne ,0 examine tln ni. It is probable, to,,,
l;lW' that it will have been hastened, to s mio
ETjU Mr. IMwaid T. Taylor, of Kir.2 ('s,l'"r' l ,!"v:Us '''
George Coun.v, Va., has addressed a I U I Andrew Johnson, when
1..T to GOV. Pieipont, Which is pub!i,hed ! i"'.-"'r"d' ,1"t 0"'-V ""' l"t dog-
iutheKichm I "tt big," in whi'di he n ll:1,,'s - -'""i, Lut has ,
expiesses too opinion
it tho coii"re-s 1
ional "tost onth" is uncon-titutioiial.
The "Whig," referring to the letter, us
the followirg word.., wliiih should be
w. il consider, d by i very votir. "Xo
matter when, by whom, or for what the
law was pa.-.-, d and the' oath prescribed,
it is an cllectual bar to member, hip of
Congress to every one w ho cannot com
ply with its conditions."
CinijUnitiun at an J.'inl. i, II. Chan
dler, K-., candidate for Congress from
the Norfolk I'i.-trict in a recent speech
at Pinwiddie C. II,, was asked for some
information about coiiii-cai ion. lb: an-
swi red, "1 am 'I'uit d Stat
s I'istri. t
Attone'v, mi 1 have had .-ometliin to do !
with till the ceuli.-i alioiis that have been
made. 1 r i d-o t" til! vmi inv Idiinls,
on ir. at an cm
I oi,!. ' s to sii-e till all con):
ti valuable remedy lor (-'rt ,
J.ains. A lady, a path nr
his, h 1 i 1 !' b
11 Sll',. 1 it!'.' 1 1- 'III tl'J
r '"i . -
; coiih. not 1 oi; at b I'.m
r eves Were ci ui-t..n 1' v w .1-
tcring, and she was in constant dn.
Piisti rs pr jMi'ations of In ll..!i.lo,.i a, l.y
drochli .ale of morphiii,', l'.utiou v.i'li
the tincture of aconit", pil'.n of acetate
of mornhiiie and camt'hor, e , ha 1 been
variations of temperature so fiei!iciit in
Sicily, bit upon the plan of co'.cring all
the painful parti with coating of , ollo.li
on containing hydrochloiate of morphine
in the proportion of 111) grains of the for
mer to one of the hitter. 'This attempt
was perfectly successful ; the relief was
instantaneous and permanent, and the
coating fell oil iu the course, ,,f y
day or twi.
I.-a5The mili'ary force of the Cnited
States is stated, on good authority, to'
consist of l, (Mil) regulars, 100,00(1
white volunteers, and OH, OHO colored
troops; in all,. JOSjOill) m, n, of whom
10."),000 are ,.11 duty in the h Id.
LZ A I'i'i i'ehniiin, inieiiding to com
plin.ciil a ouii' lady by calling her a
! gentle lamb, s:i:d Slie is one meitoi: and
1 is small.'
j B-!X.''he gold mines of 'irgiuia are
.'attracting the attention of capitalists in
the Noril', riany ol whom hac bad
careful examinations made, and are 01-
. (?''"' '"'v' W"rK l"c,u
., . 1
j t-jj" The 1 1 t oath of loyalty in the
I new constitution of Missouri was declar-
ed niolativc of the constitution of tue
United States on Friday last, in thet.'ir-
.1 Arc I'riit li.nitiiiii li'l tlif I'ri.i
hlit,,', 1 vro'inniil.'iit el' h .inv Yuri. N.'v.
Washington, Sijt mhcr 1 1, 1m;..
I have authority, inwliieh 1 rcpoMi the
utmost, on:; deuce. Vr averting that
another amnesty jii'iiamatinn will soon
be issued by J 're.-i 'iil .John. on. The
manliness wi'h whiehthc Southern peo
ple have submitted to bo conditions im
po'rd on them l.y the c rt lines of war, as
well as the condition o' that, section, has
decided the President oi issuing anothor
amnesty proclamation, (road and gener
ous in iis provisions. Jle knows the peo
ple of tlie South, iiivj is sati.-lied that
tiicv will net in good I'oih wiih the !'.!-
r.v, Ii nvei-ini.enf 'n.iw io ..! ,n ...... l
eontemjit lor tlie . noiit mnists.
The change in the policy as to abatis !
dolled lands, out of V hii h the a'.'- uls of j
the Free linen's lbircait expected to make
fortunes, was a bomb tin 11 iotn the li.i.l- j
ical cam). It was a scheme f T g i;:a n I
tie plunder, and so .:!! as the Pre.-hiciil !
'.v.;.i informed of its taetieal woil.ing be i
caused t ) be is-lied the older which re
stores property to its lawful owner.-. j
There call be no eonli- a t ion without due ;
process of law. '1 he President Mauds :
uy tiic l oustitution.
The Radicals of the Ibi'ler Wilson
school, who thought they could mould
Andrew Johnson to their bold, I
j , ru bit', r and rccie'eful over
relciiilessly on the
They will wage war
Executive, but tic
reoi'le v.'hl sir tain lum m ail tlie im. : s-
' ', ures wl.i. h wiii pr-uiiee complete iv.-to-"
ration, an i con-'i . j;n at ly the eriiie-t
Jo.Vx A'-. 6'c'. '.''. A 1 t. -1
Venn. .11 was held in Wilmington, N. (i.,
1 j on 'biles lay last, to nominate tl, V;::ite
''to the Slate ('envoi!:. u. Resoliciou .
1 Were pass, d endor-i.-; Pr.-.-idciit John-
S'U.'s I ( i oVel'llol' I 1 'I iell's colli'-', l'c-
;ii:: toe .ii!iS"n 01
li:;ed fact, and proic' ing against ue-rn
suflia" and the deprivation of the , iec
tive Iranchi-e to tln.-e who have taken
the amnesty or ben pardoiiul by the
77,,' A!,ti,, ''' '"'"', .-'.
Movn'OM 1:1; Y A I. A., Sept. IS. On Sat-
.. .. 1 . . 1. . . 1 1 . 1 : . .
ui nay me .11,111 man u mc on. in 1 1 1 00 on
the (.romance ol secession anil toe ivso-
lution of th" convention ol ls,,l, report-
ci as lo'lows: All oriim.tnces, r.soiu-
ti .ns and proceedings of the coiiv. utioti
of lSiil, with so much of the Cn: itu-
timi adopted in said convention as con -
flicls with the Constitution nf the Cnited
Stall s is d, cbir, d null and Void.
Ke.-olutioiis were nllercl instructing
tlie coinniittee on 1 cicral rciaiimis to
tlie J resnieut lcsiiccmi'.' tae
iction f the convention, and to .fesire
the people to give a cordial support to
liis administration ; end in view
;e 1 1. ii of this coir.", n: ion and th.
1 f the lic,. l ', that (!:c President be re-
,.,-,.,1 , 1,.oe:anu ,: genual p.,1,10,1 an,i
'li sted to 1 ir. ., it, 1 111 a ''eni ra
amuisty to all per.- ms not included iu
proclamation 01 me -u 01 .0 ay 1.1 -1 .
This w as referred to the comiuitt, e on
federal relations. I
'The eonuntioll J.'tecd to hold a Coll- !
'ros-ioiial and S'atJ (
tioti on the li r-1
.Monday of Nov. m V r.
.lii.N'l.iiiMl.itv, S it. '20. The con
. 1 i 1
V''"""" '"-'" P ' " " ?
ul tun re- 1
ijucstiiig the I ro i.-i'iial (lovcmor to call
out the militia iu ':aeh county tu sup-
press uie uiMiruer ;u . ia ic-sn -s w
:.... 'l'i i'.. .. .
., i 1 . . , ...1 -l-i
I'XiMa 111 many coui ue.s. 1 ue oi.iniaiicc'
abolishing slavery Vas debated upon at
length and the furl lir consideration was
postponed till t'MlloToW.
,(icn. ShiTinin, it is said, is to
make his future hone in St. Louis
I rion iip I'lola.li ' .1 , "hi I'r.'.s.l I
Iiiiioflrint friiiii M.iito-,litti)z
.llltl lllOIIS till' 1 Olll'sf is
.llmiif to I ,tii it fin fir I'niliil
Pi. Paso, Statc or Ciinir w;:
Mr.xtcii, Aug. IT), 1 ().".
I wrote you a letter a few days ago
from I'nis place, giving you the latest
phase ( f the Maximilian or J uare., the
empire or republican uestion in Mexico,
in which I stated that the Juarez party
were on their last legs, almost ready t
give up the ghost, This is the 'jump
ing oil"' place, tlie Rio (iiaude forming
the only barrier to a precipitate retreat
into tb" 1'i.itcd St.ves.
The Correo, reciv-d lure last night
from the City of Chihuahua, a di.-taiiee
.'!' two huiiih'i d aul seventy five mile.
the intelli'rencu that President
lleii'to Juarez is on the evo of 1
the Renublie fir the Cnited 1
.'up a' tlie i.,ity ot ru-w 1 one, i
where his family now resides. mat 'rials used are, pi Ik, enameled piper
P, fore l aving Chihuahua, it is said., J prepared by a peculiar process, and a
he will draw up a protest against J cry narrow gilt band. It has a pceu
the French invaders, and submit his liar method of ventilation, ai.d is nlto-cau.-e
to the deci h u ' f the eivilii d g' thi r of a very jaunty ar.d seiui-miiita-v.oiM.
lie conleiels that, he is lr::i:i ' ry r.;'iioaranc". Wc linderstai.d that
in a'i ly the Pit .-id. ni i f AcMco, tivci'id-! laige oideis have been rcciivcl from
in;.' I" the j I. ti v.i Ayuth; that be is n j J'.ad- n-Radeli, Yar.-ailbs, and Ponbaux.
n..:ie of Mexico, a fail blood, d It.dtan An invoice was scut to a dealer in hnu
a bin :;1 ,e c nd.i i:t i f M ntezum:!, the ! d ui vho cxhiiuted one for a f i w days in
in t (iiii't ror, v!n was in Tos-c-H'd oi Ids
1,0 v. ; ,;; , ,.e,.,i ,,! I.;.
li" bv Ucniai.i'..s Cortes, the iava-
hortly al'ter the diseuvp-
ry ,i tlie coi.i.t' y i v 1 hi is'o'iiHT l "lrm -
... , . ,1 . 1 .
I.Ms ; that wlen lh ' independenee ri'
Me::i. o from Spain was aekimwledg. d l:y
nearly .".11 the j.owers of Christendom,
and the Con i: u' i; n of '2i vent ii:to
exi-t; nee as tli" oi'.' inie l:ir of tl e R -
! l'ul lie, and Niilelas I'.iavo , beted the
hr-t Pi.-nb nt, the lumh'Meiit.il rim-i-
I pie engrafud
oil the written document
wa-' t mt nil c:i iv. lis. n.e.ia
l.".ixi d bi ei !-. I ...dai s ;.n
ill: ill,: to the I'n Mm in ir..
eg r-pa:.iaros, j
l.egn . . w ere I
( 11. ci 1 o dis-
I tine! ion hi ing di : v. n on ace
! that by the pir.ll of A Ii'
1 .1 ro. i tii"Ul of 1 ela'i io ( 11
count ol color
;' ia, 1:11011 the
rt In 111 !
I the Presidential (face, he being Chi. f j
j Justice of the Supreme Court, regularly
! ilecte.l, succeeded to tl,.' 1 slice of Chi, I',
1 M:'gi.-tra!o ncc'ii'iitig t to the ioi-ii n '
I therein ;ct forth, nnd that in R-'.iO he i
i 11 1 .id 1 . . 1' . 1 . 1 - . , i
I was iimy ciocn 11 1 11 sua 111 01 me io pun-
; lie, the i.sscrvatioii tn.d claim of Miguel
Miram on (who l'licl on the 'iau of
Tuc.ibaya) to the eontra''v llo'w ithstand-
True, by force of arms, Mbrmd Mira-
j ,,, i:t.d tin- capital of the country, cx-
I crci-ed the (lice of President, and was
I . . . , . , .. . . .
ari;nou .cilgdl ly several or tlie i'.uropcan
; i.w,.rs but that he occupied heroic era
; ('niZi acknowledged by Robert
j L Jh-Ine, Mr. Ruchaiiaii's Minister
j tVtuii the Cniled States, with whom he
j t.(,n(.iUliej a ,M,minereial treaty highly fa.
! V,,,,K, , , .,.:,.., I'nion, and
' .,,..,;,, ,,,. ,-i,,lt f way for railroad
. . 1 .. .. 1. . v s'.. . . . . e 1 1. ..
I piiiii'ees inriHii'il uie oiatcs 01 v.1111111-
I pliu ( s;
L. .., ...
Sonera, with a protectorate over
! t)ll. s.,1Cf l'ilcl States agreeing to loan
1 .,,.., ,',,r ,iil;,,. nf .i..n,ir l!t tl,is
; , , which ulcd -ed the I'lo'ed Stat, s !
I , Lis wa;tU.fl.at,.J l,y ,,e Sen- '
Mii'amon, the (hni'ih party President,
savs .1 uare. was s, lcetc.l bv bavoiicts and
j j .
1 , , ,, ,i,:,t t one-fourth
j (,f t,,;, ,( j vo,(.rs o , J;,,,,upii, are
ia his fau.r. Miranion disappears from
the stage of action, and French bayonets
eject Juarez lr.,111 the capital, when
('oll'O'esS of Wital.les meet ill kind of.
. , , , , , . . i
mil! ical junta, ) w ho send a deputation to
.I'.uiopo and invite Maximilian, of the i
hou.se ,,f 1 la; .-burg, to assume the reins I
of I loyernm, lit a.l'inipcror
llie vexed ,;U.'.-:ioi. We have the Moll- '
roe I lei trine announced as the rule of in- '
; , , ,
1 1 J
now conies the (uesiion, who shall decide
when doctors disagree 't If the Monroe
lioe'iiiue is enioiced, thou a war with'
France is inevitable, because l.ouis Na-
polcoil has declared that I'l'dlch lilood
shall tlovv in torrents before he is driven
out by force of linn-' ; but tl) ii lie is wib
ling to submit, the whole question, with
all its intricate phases, ti the claim le
( i-ioii and arbitrament of an ititernatlon -
! al coiiltcs's com leeil i f impartial jii'Itrcs,
and abide its award.
'llw Coiiiiiif) Hat.
A rec nt number of "( ialignsni's Mes
scnger," published in Pan's, contains the
following extraordinary announcement:
'One of'tl. prine'ial bat-dealers of
Paris has originated a uew stylo of ent
ering for the head, for genllciiu n, w hich
promises to supp'ant the ordinary beaver
hat in all fashionable circles. The bea
ver bat, in fact, has sustained nearly all
the pessibl-) traiisinogrili 'aliens of form
that art can suggest, nnd both people
and makers have growu weary of it.
The uew rinjirmi combines the form of a
turban, a shako, and a hcmlet, advancing
( imsiili rably beyond the livad in front,
ami sppmg aown at uie uacK part, jne
1 l.u s 1
I his s!ioi.-wii:1 ov, lait. I.naily wrote LacK
that it, was usi:l"-4 to try to introduce
them there until they became thoroughlv
i' 1 1 1 i.i 1 .1.. 1.
i ia.-iiionau,e in rninv, my uun
be boll c: -i';h to 1 ,- the first to wear
such a singular hat. There is no doubt,
how cut, but that in a short time this
style will be universally ndej !ei "
is h.ijim-tunt Uj y.'oiv ,( Trni'!,-. A
writ'T iii tlie ''Maiu h. st, r Minor (who
intiinatis tliat he vas biid a 1 laeksmitli,
end li.vi s bis o-cni a'.ioii.) 1, lates 0 story
of a faithful clerk who had Pre f rv. d
with Mr. (liiarl.
if 1 l.iladihia, and
me ri sent at the ex-
1 cxp, i ti d a hatidsi
j iiati. 11 of his lime. He therefore went
I to the inillii 1.:. ire avd -aid, ''Sir, my
! time is op ;v. hat wi uld y. n advise mo to
I do ':" "1 would advise you to h am the
' cooper's trade," mid Ciiai',1. The clerk
j hit cl.ai'viiu d, and turned about in des-
iir; buf jre-ilU'ciiiig the ccccntri.-ity of
lnan, oe ci ectuueu toiio r.s tiiraru
'J hereepen he made a
bargain with a ccper to teach him the
trade in one year. At tho expiration of
that time he presented himself to the old
Sir, I have done ns you
desi'vd learned the cooper's trade."
"Will," said (Jiraid, make me three of
the bc.-t barrels vou can." He did so.
j ,lQ mj
ioiiaiie, on receiving them, gave
his clerkly cooper (or cooperly cleikj a
"ck for three thousand dollars, saying,
j "(Io into biisiiic-s with that, and if you
fail, you will have a trade to fall back
j Trial ( ( hunij) l'i rijuton. N.VSII
! vii.i.k, Sept. 10. The trial of Champ
1 i 1 1 1 . .1 .1 .i. .1., .:
1 T crjiisi ill 1 nisi u ,o-inn, aim 111U uccimuu
- , ,
was l.HM.uuvu luiieii. .smut.,,!,, jhuu-
time F. rsusou remains iu close confines
mi nt at the poiiiteniiary. Yesterday he
attempted to make a statement of his
case, which was suppr,
d bv his coun-
' t.if Artcinus Ward says when he
! in ars the (.one. 'I'cni.i where my Uc
! lies dreaming,' he don't go. lie don't
j think it would be right,
j j..-;,-The 1 iiy of Charleston, S. C,
' ,nri ii,t. tlio I'nitc l Scites Pri:isury
over $00,000 on account of the direct
taxes, for which its citiens were in ar
rears. ".. A scliool-lioy, haying gnod-iTi-turedly
help d anoth, r iu a difficult ciph
ering U'S.-.n, was angrily cpu -tiom a by
the doiuiuee, "Why did you Wtuk his
Icsmiii '!'' "To 'le.-seli' his Wink," le)li
cd the youngster.
CO' An llnglish woman 111 I', ind.dk
gave birth to four chi! hen two boys
, and two girls. A con
A contribution is solid-
I ted for her bereaved husband