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ON THE DEATH OF ZOLLICOFFEK. f
First in th (!','!it, and first in the anna
n me wnne-win'dunj,'el oflory,
With tte heart the Ktut'h at the feet of God,
And his u-uinl.i to tell (he atury .'
The blood which flowed from hi.s hero heart,
On the spot where he nobly pi ridn.d,
"Was drunk by t!i. 0.irti, ,.s (l ?.,.......,.. .
In tho holy cuu.se he cherished.
In Hiiiven, n home with the bravo and Most,
And for !msm)u1"s busiiiitiin.
The Apocalyptic eyes of Chri. t !
And nothing on ourth remaining
Jlut a handful of dust, in the huid of his choice,
A name in sor.ir und story,
And fame to shout, with her trumpet voice,
Died on the field of Glory!
A Yankee Hero.
V:u:kt'(H li'tv.t :it Ion rth d!sc)v.
lion A rinliy of themselves.. In
jvjjfl I itlor i. visilj'i all their
ilXttitja! eliajneteristic., nml in irhri-
Uyhg him I'u'.V 'glorify themselves.
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"Slirow.i ami tinsenintiiniis. MUiii:y an
l'Alv"JM',s' , ni,J' ,c '.vardly, ivteii
"inl'i1! vilj-, cii.i;iial a nl oil
;.;$imha!.tri:x n ifinilemnn bv intincl,
-ViiU'V:ivs si i'in-j ,i U u c:f'rt t) iiii
Ulfljiiiii. Iv:n'4, trt!:i(-!i;r us.lalsc, an
''lvi'J"'''' ' ,i'",'ii,i'?!it d'lin ':' Van
a Hii:ii';ict t.' . In la'l.lia 1 1 i : ii the
s lrivi eit ve I t.nc rare -alls.
n'.tnr:iite in f, t- t.!i..';i lu'sm'-
S)fl(t't. t. t'lCil' nU'il' V.'IMlV
IUljp.e is lie i"a-t. and pr'nlu and
ff'Mf'il" ti e Hie 'i wii.i till all tin' jieni
lyf'io i, h ' is 'iu' i r t m an I l n.
!ini' that ny, wliijt-f r I tifce, n
Uttl'' w'i' s'lpply in n itc fi.; i.ll the
rwite. (l 111 ! f :ui nont. 15atlei,I ity
iwlfflM iii, i 'i Lienei'a-l or lcr.s. to re
,?Jiji!f la li.s ot'Ne-.vO;-le:ins to their
'wft jdenr'a-io I slandai'd, won their
'Mauri's and ( ndoured hiinseH' t tliem
lishino- tho distinction
1'r': virtno ati i fihann,', he took
iW$ iheii1 I'epe.iae.ii, and they are. re;
'i;jJJ'c I in the irihcrn jtapers :s
TMWiiiiir around their Deliverer, and
lref i n his path with fluwers
Stolen and Depoutkd Hf,AVs.Tlio
Now .York Herald, in a Iato articlo on
Lincoln's Emancipation IVoelamation,
which it declares can h'avo no'crt'ect ex
cept where tlicro tire armies in u p0si.
tion to carry it out, has tho following
Tho Constitution K
prescribes tho mode ot punishino; it.
Whole coininujiiticH cannot he ieallv
mado traitors hy proclamationsnoV
their pvoporty seixod und confiscated ;
MiiMf Congress passed fifty .v.h onjtho
subject they would have no leal etiiea
cy. Consequently, if slave propertv
should bo taken away from the citizonsdf
tho U.S. bv tioneraisofthe.-irmr in v.
tuc oft he proclamation oft lie L'res'dent
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IJersidis from whom i: had been ln.lv.,!
should he convicted of treason in a
court of law. and altera fu!
iin.-i ui.biiizin-iiicii uoiuier, nas neen I he
Iho ller.ild i-s cono.-t. Tho slaves , ,,,.. llf-' : , ..
taken from o ir d,riu - tin w u- : , i.M.on,
will h tve to be aceon-ued tor at its end, : 'U',V'"? t0 hlS na,ne :X bl',1Ililr,L rcit '
either by restoration or i-nlo unity.' t l,? I'itory of the war, his modesty is
The matter will not a.lmit of cmtrj. 1l ll4SS to be admired, and is beautiful
versy, for, in edda o-i t .. t!iM olivio.is ly illustrated in tho following noti. of
nropruay of sue, a ..!, . e.taol . Wm made bv snecial Wesnornho.r
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at Molnle of the Charleston Courier.
i:1 one of his recent letters to that
paper. This writer Hays: '
"Our great guest at present is the
immortal (ienernl Joseph E.Johnston.
Ai.jht bef.ire last he was .serenaded at
the residence of (Jen. .MeCall, with
whom hp Was sojourning; by quite a
iiimI.i of Mohilians. Tiiey called lor
idm lo:td and long. Finally he appcar
e I, whereiijion three loud Vhoiits wei-c
given i'(rtlie hero id Manas.is, to which
ho iTj'lied: "("Jenth-men, the hero of
iiuiassa-ids not here to night, ,P js in
(.narlctoii. i hree cheers were th
upropertjmH be restored r paid for h, , Tho Modesty of General Joseph
e United 6ta(, iiycernme unless the ; Johnson
While at the head of our avmv and
and 1'air'iu the field, the skill and gallantly ot
mis uistinuisne.i Boklier, has been tli
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llUCItl'll. IIIS O ClI .10 ' I II I'll .!! I
1 1 Lrnitod States and standi h i record
tli-' c!o:e oi t 'i i jiev-
a ' tin-st to vn,
) oiiilloiiary war. and a raio at th .' close
j of the war ol l ij. tin- ;! n t c.imo up,
and it' was seule l in i,Mi- frealv of
I'.-.i.-e -.1 !;:,
aad' ii 1m.) i'roaly m'
Uaeut in i.6 1 1, u 1 iv fi i t in rc'W.K.M
ti n nf s'uves ;i!,d icLo ! !, miiit.irv :i i
tiiority fro. a ta - ,S...u.i. -ln'.inn i t
O'.' nion nr a liitrn.si: 0: H'T.it. The;
Glasgow ILrull puhli-i -e- .i I.-tt.-r of a
Hritish otli'- iii Aniorica, !' whicii the
following i an cUr.ici:
In 'he ra'ige of human f ns?.r!( (!,,.
Nort!: never ;ri co-mj :.r t!ie South
I h" latter, x-iiilihed ,v;to .i vec
well-app allied urniv id' half a i
tho ti no -1. irregulan- ,va!,v i;i.t;ie. worl I, ' Uu) vet y i"oi,!i
and a soirit ot de;a oii..v; liatred to I iiKic : v
iveii for ih,. hero of .Seven Pines. To
wLHi lie repiied : ' (.ientlemen, no
one man v. :,s ever the hero of Seven
i 1'iiKs. In 'that bloodv battle there
o.lioii, manv heroes under one n.d
nau'eo to tueir
nee tia -! v ions !o er.-O'i:. I
ot toem were from
Whereupon he made his
' .MMI . l'lllll',ll.. . 1 I 1 I 1 I I ' 1 I I I ' I 1
frtftf ate represented the .rxldess ofj know this mucm, ao c .ald o mT.or n,id !,oul. and elieeis that he did not
. I I U I 1 M i; I Ml I ' I " !.'- U l II l, J l I I II V Till , U II I i. 'I il V. I' M I 11 III
HVohiuou, and it won id .stem peculiar
rjilfpropriate that the Beast Uutler
'ilukl b d;?ifi.''l l)V a nation o. vtr.im-
W.fiiid have aUars erer-ied t him in
hf 'inole of Free Love.
iliifieein'g such ex li i bi tic
ition of worshin.
Yankee women, for a wretch
ad. si liirht to stigmatise- their sex
it s ir, Uin that they are the
is of the cowardlv marauders
fiVl.aveinvaded the South. So otli-
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la.i'ii t i. .. .i .c i . .. n..
f! i 'j iw.Micn ii utuiiitnuc oi oasian.uv
1 Ics. ' . "
deification of the Ueast was fit
feeonipanied by the approving
Ms 'oh'CJ-encral Winfield Scott, Lieu-hut-
(ieu era l United States A-my,"
wrfwus in attendance to pay bis lie
tyiiojn.s to the new 'God I Richmond
Yankee Finances. The com
"fo in the Yankee Congress has ro
?;tfl a bill authoi izing the issue ,of
IIK)fJC()i)U,000 bonds 6 per'ednt. interest,
hh!o after twenty years; $300,000,
IWtreiisury ' notes, 5 47 per cent.
ntWest, payable in three years, and
wKT,0J0,OUO iu legal tender notes, with
J'Hntercst, and 50,000,000 in frac
jtonjl bills, and proposes a tax on tho
filiation of State banks. Tho Bam
?t paper money authorized by this
Kv& lankoo.s are a great people. If
j cannot couquor us,tbey are deter
J'T to' bankrupt their posterity .
'-ngoln's , last. Lincoln Why,
is one of your greotbacks like a
bO'eFor'the lifo of me, Mr. Presi
can do what we can .lot. I
seen boili sides, and imvo iormed what
L consi.ler to Iu a pretty correct
a.lUeos : Sinn tiiniiwivor
(Joon. Field, a dark liepublican, has
been sunereeded in tho Yankoo Senate
I by Col. Jas. A. Wall, who, it will be
The Rvrn.K of .Mi!k?iieks:joxo. The ! rtv.ollijeied, was arrested at Burlington
Yankee )i;tp 'r.s are very mneii oxeroiscil ; btt year by Lincoln's minions, and
about the b ittle of V1 Lirfrec.horo. a . -it. n r,., l.Vi.-ro-. ur.n
They claim " great victory hat cannot ; likl) most of the j.ersecuted democrats,
I'YVlhllll 1 M Ml -1 1,1,1 l.l'N.niiifj 02, ' v
exiki:ssly for im: i.vii,y -.i;n,i:nN
The steam propeller Princess lioyal,
(apt. Law son, from Glasgow, via Lon
don, where she took in her cargo, also
via St. John's, Halifax, and Bermuda,
having left tho latter port on Friday,
23d inst., was captured at an early hour
this morning off this port, by Yankee
Iduckaders. Sbo was suddenly aur
rounded by a number of the fleet be
fore daylight, and the ofiicers had to
run heron tho beach on Long Island
as the best possible measure lelt to
them. Luring yesterday tho light
draft Yankee steamers got a tow line
to her and succeeded in gating her off
before high water. C;u,u Thos. Crai".
tho Charleston pilot, Mr. Western, a
passenger of Georgetown, S. C, and
two other persons, escaped from her in
a hoar, and reached this city last even
ing. Valuable dispatches which wera
on board from (.'apt. .Maury, C. S. N ,
no.v in Furope, to the Confederate
Government, have beer, saved and
brought to the city.
Tho Princess Loyal had on a cargo
of great value to us, consisting of ma
chinery for gunboats, Whitwortb guns,
ride powder, and some workmen who
were to instruct parties here in refer
ence. to mniiufuclurir'g of new projec
Si'es. The bulk of her freight was a-bout-
nine huiulr.d tons weight and
measurement, Capl. Lawson waatsiek
in the cabin at the time of cajituro and
has had a tc.i ril.de voyage, experiencing
a terrific gale in high northern latitude'
and was compelled to put into St.
John's, Ilailifax, and Lcrmuda, in or
der to coal his vessel.
Tho steamer Cornubia, from Wil
miiigton had arrived safely at Penan
da, and the steamer 3ferrimae was
still there, they being the only vessels
Tho steamers Annie Child and .Nina,
had sailed from .Nassau. Tho steamer
Giraffe had arrived thero from Wil
mington. Capt. L. Maury, well known as tho
farmer commander of tho steamship
xplain the loss of d Ud J prisoners, 2S ; ' . , , ' Prmer commander of tho steami
iiimm -i id -'Oi') u-i ,oos is being well provided for. Truytio!v i n i ......
union a. ni oo wagons, , i 1 Aashvdle, lias arrived m this citv.
The secret we can teil them. The ' Augean Stable will soon be clean ed, j RICHMOND J
on federates whinnod tio Yankees vcrv he Senate relieved of n mult itn.ln .... -,...
oauiy tor lwo aavs, wneu Hearing that Ijaso men who have Ion"
the latter were largely reinforced, they ; oneo proUil r0fOrt of
tell back. I heir mforinatioii was ei '
roneous, for tl.o Yankees, instead ot-i Iccis aud statesmen wic
being reinforced, wer; also rcfiriti". j 'noro. Tho peoplo are
rni xr i i . ....
i i 1 " .V.M
burg, was signed by Maj. Gen. Hooker
badlv for t.wo d.-ivs. udimi h-iemw 1 1,,'f. . i.rtu . u.. .... . .. I 1 hc last L-omnuinieation heard from
- .-. ua-, im.li hii i u.ivu ion:; uisraeeii inai t . - , .
the atter were aive v reinforced, tlier ' , . , ., ?. . . i tho i ankce army opposite Fredericks
T ift mur Utr inliL .
Lo aro now no
dotnrril i nml i,t
I k l IIIUI ,4 1.1 1 Ulll 111! f I ' w w . Ill I I. V 1.,
The Yankees heard of our retiring I consign tho last snriiindenl nl'iUm tn
j -. . . mi v ui yj
befcro we heard of theirs, returned and : obscurity to purge the Senate cham
occupied tho battle ground and cla-inv.nl r ,",.i i . ,
tl.A rictorx- -?;,.?, in,;., i bei ot Buch vlK' &nd contemptible uo-
A Test pjii Kxtouio.nehs. Who are ' f. , , ' , ,.' ,
a Hiiuau oi oeaiuiuu
, .! . . J I I .
exioriiouersf nas neen a question itila-1 " .
cult to answer, '..'he proper test has 3'0U 11 " Ia'J,M promenading the .street
been at last discovered. One of Geor- yesterday morning, and the rays of Old
"ia's brightest ieweis. who hns .scaled r'n!lmr moU a,Ct n:,,t,.-.. ,,,.
his devotion to his country by his blood, i t!lC1I1 wo c0ll(1 not hc, h(t thi))k f
said in a private conversation : ''The1,. , ,.
man who is richer at th,, ,! r,f t.1,5, , Ll,:it luvjnt0 sonS :
war than he was at the beginning is j ' When the Spring time corner, gentle Anni,. "
an extortioner." This is tho true tost, j Oh! how wo loni to bear tho an-
Southern Independence.1 This is no I Southern Confederacy a "fixed fact,"
time for nuking money;' especially fi0 that we may once moro indulge in
when it is made, by specu latin? upon paying our duo regards to tho imme
the necessities of the people, and that jiatc representatives of old mother
,i hi. Trrf. , j Jve
uonu now. yxiiea.i y uoamiuin.
A Vn l,lr nrfr r, - I A ill", f If'PK
ryot- x Ol LUy lllO UX IllUjAixl. livar jm. xutmuu w I I u.t ijvi iut u u &tJ O . 1. U t;
1 can Voo no 'si militude between a ; heaviest loss which our army suffered
and a greenback. ' -. , . . was on -its right wing." It Buffered
Uncolii-m -Bcoanso they repognizo no somo' in t:
ng Redeemer, ' boys fehot
somo' irj the tail, too', from tho way. cur
em m the bacic. i
Wo understand that corn meal is now
held at Manchester mills at two dollars
per bushel, tho proprietor being a good
mombcr of a popular church. Man
ehester (Ten'.) 'Trite Patriot. . ' '
Tho New Yonc correspondent of tho
Mercury, says that after tho removal
of McClollan, the ' President and Cabi
net were so solicitous that Washington
would bo captured, that a fast steamer
with steam up was kept to carry them
and families away at a moments notice.
The submarine cable to bo laid bo
tvycen New Orleans and Fortress Mon
roe, will touch at Fort Macon, Beaufort,
N. C, Port . Loyal, S. C, Fernandina
Key West and Fort Pickens.
Tho Sole-leather Pie business has been
largely on the increaso hero since tho
establishment of the hospitals. These
pies are manufactured of flour, water
and dried peaches, without sugar or
lard, and ;are about as nutricioua and
digestible as a piece ot sole-leather.
Thov aro made and sold at enormovs
rates, to soldiers in the hospitals, by a
set of miserable hucksters, who could
bo better employed at some, useful
work. .The Surgeons have very rightly
prohibited hucksters from , any.
thing in the hospitals. Ar- (f!.i.)