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LIST QF POST OFFICES.;
C iess Springs,
iillitiin, ' .
Koohiud, - .'
I tuocli lieese, : JjiAt kiicK.
Williiim M. Jones, Carroll.
Divnl. Litzingcr, Chest. , .
A. G Crooks, , . ' Taylor.' '
Win. Y. Yon up:, Wnihint'n.
John T'lemuson, F.bcnsburs:,
J. M. Christy, -,
Wm'" Tiler. Jr.,
12. MTissinger, "
Andrew J Ferrnl, Susq'luin.
Cr. V.'.Uowmn, (: White. .'
Wm. Ryan, Sr., Clearfield.
Georp: Conrad, T Itithland,
Ji. MTulgan, 4 Washt'n.
T5. F. Slick, Croyle. ;
Mis3 -M. Gillespie, AVasht'n.
ilorria Kcil, ; S raerhill.
J'rtsbyitrian-llKv. D. Ilniso.v, Pastor.
Prenc-liinw" every tfal.bath looming at 0
Deloek, a"il in the eveninp; nt 3 o'clock. Sah
:ith School at 1 o'clock, A. M.' rrayermeet-
r everr T!iur?day evening at C o clocK.
Method; r.nhfonal Church UEV.h. 1 rovs--
Preacher in charpe. "Rev. W. Long. AmiV)
fa nt. Pri:ti'.liin'
sit 1 O.J o'clock in the morning, or- 7 in the
eventner. Sabbath School at 1 o'clock, A. ii.
I rtyer'nieeting every Thursday evening, at 7
tt'elth In.l-p'nJtnlV I.l. V.. rowELt,
r.i-tjr. Preaching every Sal.bath morniig nt
10 o'ciock, and in the evening at l o'clock,
dihbath School .t I o'clock, P. M.1 Prayer
Mating on the first Monday evening of e..ch
Month and on every Tuesday, Thursday nnd
Friday evening, excepting the first week in
ch month. .. ! ' " ..
Caiehtitlic Mtthnd'at Rev. John' Wii.mvs,
P.i3!or. Preaching every Sabbath evening nt
i an I G o'clock. Sabbnth School nt 10 o'clock,
A. M. Piayer meeting every. Friday evening,
t 7 o'clock. . Society every -Tuesday evening
i 7 o'clock. ,
DUciylci P.ev. VT. Ltovn, Pastor. rrcaeli
iu every Sabbath morning at 10 o'clock.
Piitor. Preaching every .-abbath evening at
3 o'clock. Sabbath School at ;it 1 o'clock, P. M.
. anfio.k Rev. .M. J. Mitchell, Pastor.
Ferricei every Sabbath morning sit li o'clock
au-I Vespers at 4 o'clock in the evening.
. .MAILS AhRIVK. .
U3tira, daily, at Hi o'clock, A. M.
Western, at 11, ovlock, .A M.
; MAILS ("LOSK. -
Rler.n, daily, nt - o'clock. P. M.
Weitem. ""at ,8 o'clock, P. M
. t- Thft mails from Rutler,lndiana.i i ong?
to.v., &c, arrive on Thursday of each week,
t o'clock, P. M. ' . '
b. avc L'bv-nsburg on Frid 'y of e.ich,wctk.
n A. M .
jThe mails from N'ewmau'. Mill., C:ir
ro!!t wn. Ac, arrive on M;idy, -Wednesday
n.l Friday of each week," at 3 o'clock, P. JI.
Lenvc Kfiensburg oa'Tuusdays, .Thursdsytf
aul S.iturJiivs, at 7 o'clock, A. M.
WpV-Ha!t. Krprss leaves at
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Eot Express Train "
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" Mail Train - "
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West I!nlt. Fivprcrts leaves at
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44 Fast Line 44
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.t.L'2 A. M.
F.-13 P. M.
3.Un A. M.
P.V.I A. M.
H.4-i A. M.
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8.14 P. M.
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. COUNTY Oi-FiCEKS. "...
Jv.ljt of the Courts President, lion. Geo
Taylor, Huntingdon; Associates, George YV.
Baslcy, Henry (J. Devine. - . - .
- I'rotUonotar; Jo?eph M'Ponald. .
Ji'jUirr and Rerrdtr Ed .vnrd F Lytic. ,
FhcriJ. J,hn Duck. . , ,
J-'trirt Ationfj. Philip S. Xoon.
CiKiify Ci ni.tittloifft James Cooper, I'c
Ur i. Lt'.le, John Caiiipb.-H.
I'lt.mirer Thomas Callin. ,
'tor Iltine !);rtr.!r Willuiui Dougln??,
Gforgc Uelany, Irwin Rut ledge.
1'oitr ! muf. Treiurer George K. Zahtn.
-4riW John F. Stall, Thomas J. "cl
onr Eiiwurd R Donnegau.
fj'i.iftf &trrror. Henry Scanlj'n.
Cr:nr. -Jaiae? S. Todd.
of Common Schools Henry Fly.
UORftrC.it AT l-AK'-.K.
Jus'ie of the I'tace. David; II. Roberts
U-igcn Kiukead. . . . ' "
r,Utr l)fteti,r Acl Lloyd. Phil S. N'nnn,
J:.1ui-i I). Parr'm'i. tlnb Jo'iiesl E.J. Mills, i
- - , ..s , ,
J'vi.l J. J one?. - - ,
K APT YT.i V J.
""itn.'.IcY.vitn K. I'vi'i!'. - '
'f(m Council Jobn.J. livens, Thomas J.
Ivis, John W. Roberts, John Thompson, D.
Joilf'3. - .,
Juprctor William -1). Davis. L. Rd;
Jtlj' o:ci I'aniel J. Davis. !
Asfuor Len.ue! Iavis.
V.KST WAUP. ' t ,
M. O'Neill. " . ;
R. S.. P.nnn. lMwnrd
i-iajr, j oil ii i). i iioinas, tieorge . t
'e--t William Rame.s. Jno. 1J. Evens
iV,- t;f Ehttinn Michnt l Hassou.
, 'lftitr tjiorgc Cuijey..
, . .' . : : ! '". .
OI-lTe'rc not tired JFigliinff yet.
BV CIIAItLFS G. LELAXD,
O. we're Tiot tired of fighting yet 1 ;
We're not thc'loy3 to frighten yet ! ' -
. While drums arc drnmininjrve'll be coming:,
With the ball and bayonet! , - i
For we can hithije they can pound,,; .,
And fo, let's have another round ! -
Secesii Is bound to lick the ground1 ''
And AVe'll be in their pantry yet! :-"
O Me're-r.ot tired of.trarnpinjf yet, . ( , ;
Of Fold.iers life or camfniig yet ; ,
And rougb or' level,' in an or devil,
Vvre re game for fatainping yet. - . ' '
We'll live through weather wi t and dry,--. -.
Through hail 4iud .(ift? without a cry, :
We wouldn't freeze and couldn't'lry, -And
haven't got through our rainping yct!
Yve haven't broke Tip-the party:yet, ; t
Vt'c're rouj.h, and tovgh, and -carty yet ; . .... (
Who t;vlk oi going pay3 what's owing, . r .
And tlsere's'a bill will s-woi t yc yet ! '.
So bang the doors, '"and lock 'cm 'tight I' ' ! ,
Sefesh, you've got to make it right!'
We'll have a little dance to-night ; ;
Yoa can't begiu to travel yet I -. . , ,
vro're not tired of f g'atin yctj
Kor rine for disunitiii'' yet!
Rcfore they do it, or get through it,
There'll be some savage biting yell ...
Then rip hurrah tor L'nclc yam.! - . '
And down with all Sece-di ind ham I
Froind)avi5 to YalVundigham,- ' "'; ' "
! They all th-.Ul rue their-treason yet !
Sentiment or Our Soldiers
Coppci hcud Ticitsoii Itchit
. . keel- 'i lie niosi- l-oicvcr! ,
Tlie 'V2Tth 'rnna. Vols, to ils ' Loyal .Tricndif,
. UrnttDJ . . '
;"Nc, your fellow citizens, composing the
125lh ili-giinout l'cunsyivaiiiii' volunteers,
here t.se!tU)blt'd in arniei, not from, 'love ot
war, not to gratify any se'S-V motives ol
ai!ibrtK!i,"tut rro'iiTjittd Solely by our love
of country, arpi seute of duty, in obedience
to '.he Aluiiybty's will, for the" furtherance
ol - His beneficent purposes ' cor.ceriiin
not only our nation' but the human rita;
having 8iutdhevcd ail partisan ' feel'iugs,
are now, in uomuion with the hosts' ot.
other loynl "men, gia'ppling with" this su
tiitiic rebellion, aud by 'the blessings ot(.Iod
hope" so eiie.iual!y to crush irtha it'wi'.l
lii'ver ng;iin 'rniso itj Kel'pcnt head to deso
late our, iuhe! i'-au, ana'. bring the wail ot"
sorrow to the household of posterity.'
Wiiiio engaged in this ,huly cau.-e, the
i20th,'iearii?.that ti:erc'nrc traitor's -.in the
Soi'lh. ' J'or fruch -the ouly meet recom
pense i hemp. .There is another class,
uowevcr, el.amingto be loyal citizens, who,
by iil-timed cfi'orts ior pece, not apprcet
nimg the nature aud niagnitinic of the
strngjile in hiclt . Ave are involved, 1j
muc-n to aid atfl'-encourage : cur deluded
countrymen ot the. South to hope for a sue
ccSj which would plunge us a!l into a gulf
'oi common vuio."" f or the ciiiighunment of
this ciass, and to-remove 1 1 misapprehen
sion' as' regards their sc'ntiiscntsj, uen and
idlicers ol ihe'IiOtli, at a nuftirig conveu
ed ioi the purpose, whereat Coloi4:l Jacob
iiigaius wwt!.'oseu President ; licut. I'oi.
Jacob Szhik, Major John J . Iiwrence
and I'aplain William ().' liayley, A. 0. S.,
N'ice l'residents J Surgeon L. Cummins,
Chaplain J.ohn Jj. .Stewai land Captain W.
Wallace, Secretaries. '
(A-'i,I'ta-n l'!:ll!cis JI. Uell and. John
M'Keage and the Secictai ies of the meet
ing coi.slituied a committee of live, to Ura'ii
reolutions.) ' ' '."?...'.
'. The lollowing pTcatiihiC aud resolutions
were unaiuiou.-iy aduptc'f.
i I I ' I r w ' ? i
Y her rag, Wo view With
ihc Silly and. traitorous attempts or the t-o
called peace j arty in cur glorious old
Comntoiiwcaltii, wfio.so object is to destroy
that for w'hich' man lives, namely, Liberty
and . the j urtuit of human happiness ; .!;
uhertus, while lighting out enemies , iii
liont, w'e . iot.k with" abhorrence on. the
cowardly iibussins at" home who are thus
throwing impediments iii cur way to
destroy ait lor which we are now. raking
our lives. and honor; And v:hirtas, tu the
result of this contest the existence of our,
(iuec happy country depends j .therefore
be it ' r ' . ' . . " ' ' '
IhxrJcert, That we look with unutterable
contempt on the projections. f the'eop
pei heads'. sit home to compremisc with
i . . i ... i. ii.. ;. .i
: a; lucu traitors, ami scornui'.iy rejcci as
! un'worthy the hind that gave us birth, all
propositions coming irom tuch a source.
jjraulirif,' 'Phut, the only" compri'mi.sC(
we can niiikc with traitors , is, , that thcy
lay down "their arms ami , return to their
lormer allegiance. . . .. , . ... . i;
"Ju-.oUW, That Iho only wt.y to secaro
this result lies i ti a determined and vi;r'dr:'
oiw'-nnWntitioil of the waj-, uutit the "tu-
i i.reinHcy ol'tjie Government is lully cstab-
jithed ,. . t
oyfhat wc coudeuin, with regret,, j
e taken. by the, enemies, ol tlic
cui'froutj wc execrate without '
crtdicii J nai we conuruni, wiyn im,.
; the couie
pity-the" pusillanimity of the inore' eou
tejnptiblo foe- in our rear. ; . rv t-A i :
jflZcsnlcfrfj That, the . reports at home
that r the army of the . l'otonrac is; ,ia,a
denirlized condition, nre false, .without
flic least founclation in fact, and that we
look on tha circulators of reports of this
kind as being' encniico to tlieir country
who 'should - be' carefully watched,' they
being cither coieardz who arc afraid to
fa-ce their country's foes, or ilesigning trait
or., seeking to shake the faith of credulous
Union men in-the Strength' of theCJovcrn
riicnt. '''.. '
"Resolved, That we call on all good and
loyal citizens at. hone to organize at o"nce,
with a vkw to counteract all plans or con
spiracies of tho enemies, of the !overu-;
mcnt that countcUauce or aid this rebell
ion., , ... . ,, .;"-' .; : 1
. "jZe'srJra?, That,-as, the President ;of
the .United States is the constitutional
represen tative of .our Governmenl, his ad
minbtratiou must and shall bo . FivdamcJ
by all true patriots, and that those who
are -..denouncing. "Ii is adtmnistration aie
laboring, to the extent of their" power, to
throw .hindrances iri the way i f a vigorous
and successful prosccutieOof the war, and
that they -"deserve the tzni:)?tigaiel from
of patribts,"and the hemp that is due to
tr;:ito-s. ;- ' ' '..' "'" ' "'
"Itrs'ilvcfJ, That in Maj. Con TTonokcr
we have the utmost confidence,-and as we
tight for principles, not men, we regard',
his appointment to' his present position
"to Lc wi-o and prudenton the part of the'
Prrs'dent. . , ... . , : . . ! ". ' .
"AVWm7, That Gov. A: G Curtia is
deserving of -our highest -respect ; aJ
esteem,' (aside from his e.Torts to preserve
tho Union,) for his eminently .patriotic
labori in behalf of T'cnnsylyauia's woun
del and .sick soldiers, by , w hich he has
endeared himsell' to us and thcru in.., o
manner not to he forgotten. . . .-. .
. xl'M'-s(st''f, That in jSrig.. Gen. Tliomas
L. KTanc we have'a commander, vilrijaut,
in whom we can rely in'case ofcmorgch'cyt
and that under his leadership we antiet
pafc a ghirioui victory-in our nexfengage
ment with our prti'ntrys fjps, (his cry will
be to 'Victory or iVcrth."'1 v V ' ''
' " "IfrsolccJj That these lc our mottoes
henceforth ar.d 1 forever while life shall
last : - Th'e Union one and' inseparable;
'Drew ft PKTi ' Droit Liberty anil
Union, now and forever. i; ' ' "
! 44 Resolcrrf, Thftt these proceedings, s'gnrd i
hy.'the'ofneers ol- the rcyfinciiti he publish
ed in the ; .-Philadelphia Inquirer, ilayis
burg Ti-byntjih WnIii it gton ' (Juouiclr and
nil loyal papers, published in cotiuties. rep
resented in this regiment.", ., -
-. rsj'jfj , -.' : ... . . , .
JACOR lIinG'TNS,' Colonel. ' '
'' JACOH S?:.'M. Lietttenaiit Colonel. :
' ; " JtMIN J. Iuv-RKXCE, Major.- ' 1
- 1: . JUJiX (1. CALV,. Adjutant. ,: . ' .
...... A S U F-ti Y . D K P. LAM), Quartermaster. ,
, LEWIS C. CUALMLN't;. .Surgeon.
" " : Al'CUiTI'S 1)AVIS, As't: Siir on;
' - " O. I5A YLEY, -X'aptain and A. C. S.
: JOHN I. STFAS'ARTy Chnj-lain.
. .. JOSF.L'll inX.KKil, f er-caut y.-.xjor. .
CbxvxsY A. Francis M.'- Rell,"" Captain :
Jesse -S.:Stevart." n'rC -Licutcnrnt ; -V. F".
Martin, ''Second Ltettteunnt."
Comi'A.ny 1L Fiysscs L. ITijyctt, Captain ;
Joseph , R. Ii:g;iiis, First-.. Lieutenant ; (..'.
Sclioleuberger, Second L:eitenaht, .
(.'oMi'ASY C. Wm: W. -Wallace, Captain; L:.
Frank Watt?eii, First Lieutenant Theo. L.
Flood,' Second LUutennnL -;
.OoiifASV p. Alex. W. JlarsTmll. CapUiln ;
Pettf Free?,. First Lieutenant; Thomas E.
Campt-icll, Second Lieutenant. ' ''.'
Cv.mpaky E. Wm. M'tlraw, Capfnin ; Sam'L
F. Rcplnut. First Lieutenant p John II. Rob
ertson, Second. Lieutenant. ' -
Compan P. Wm. 1L Simpson, Captain ;
Frank II. Lane, Firt Lieutctiarrt ;' J. M. F."
llonseholdeu. Second Litutenaal.;" ' -
Company H. J oh u.MKe,age, Captain : S-im'I.
A. Andrews, First Liculcmutt; Thos. M Cam
ant. Second Liectennt.
' CairASY IT. Henry IE-Gregg, Captain:
John Flenner, First Lieutenant; James F.
Foster,, Second Lieutenant. .... , ... ...
Company -I, Wm.. F. Thorha?, Captain ;
CcorgcTLoiiias, First Lutenaut : John I). Fee,
Second Lieutcu.nt. ' ' ' ! ' :
m Company K. Jas. R. Gardner, C:iptf.in J
Ildward R:l)unneg:iu. Fi -st Lieuienant ; Dan
iel P. Andrews, Scrond icutviuiiit. , ,., ..'-.
QcAnjrus of the 133d Penn-a. Ycls.,
Fa r.MorTn, Yi ., March 20, 18t53.
' Tn pursuance of a call inadeyhy several"
of "the private' members of this regiment
to the privates and 'noir-comnussioncd of
fifer. a larire"a'nd' enthusiastic ineofin-r
convcneJ on the t vetiirg of the 25th inst., J
to give expression to their approval f the ;
foriuation ol Lnion JjCgucs, and to con
demn the action of those who, for various
asserted reasons, arc either withholding
their ' support, from ' the ' Administration
and the t.ar or are'dircctly opposing'the
savh?..' i The'.inceting was called r.nd eon-'"
ducted entirely ii'idependctit of .the com-j
inissioiieu oiiictis, iiiui. il uiiiio iwc nma
cLearly jipjienr t h c. tint rum mehd .-and spon
taneous action of the, men of the knapsack
The 'call Wis . signed by tlie . following
pcrsoiis -one froti.i each compauy sa'ye 11
.jd !'; Samuel t'itVh VH', Col A Sum-
ucl W.-lJavisCo; Jacob lioss, o. 1 j
XevJ A ttig, v Co. I ; 0. MadWiy . Co.- C ;
A. JJ'KcnxicV,. Co. ,11 ; II. J ...Souscr, -Co.
K ; JoJin .Tone?, -Jr., Co (T. , ".,",? '
Tlie "meeting Was organized by 'calling
fscfgt.-Major uiobert M. Messimer tf the
Chair? ar.d electing private "Joseph M .
Ilorton, of Co. A, Secretary. ; On moffon
the .President appointed a Committee on
llesolufions, consisting fji- the .following
persons; to wit : Samuel Fingleton, Co.
'A j-3'!llis llYVilliams, Co. F; John Jones;
Jr.,-: Co. C ; A. Wjcvenzie, Ca- II. ; and
James J. IJarndollar, Co. C. s -
Thg. meeting then called. Ipuoly for o
'speech from the Secretary, and, in, obc-li
eiieeTO aTrHTJion to mac t-nect, ana unrui
hnotrsly carried, that r?ntlcniin proceedei
to address the assemblage. After satiiig
clfcrlyj.and -forcibly the causes that bad
.rendered necessary such mecjings as the
present, -be no Jess, c-rearly, and. forciblj
cxplained the .duty of the, hour- The
Wvjrthy aid most cfilcicnt Chaplain was
then calif d upon, who responded ii a fev.T
able and patriotic remarks ; but, that 'the
f criss i'vif the call might be' kept intact, h
dc&TincJ making a speech 1 much fo ,th'
fcret of all present, ,S?xt followed Ser
gcint T. L. ' Ittyer, who," portrayed in
glowinir terras .the, meanness and w icked
ntfs of the rebellion ;' the insane folly, if
hc'thc positive treason, of those Who fail
'togTCLthoir entire and cordial support to
' thf "ATiXii nils t rat ion and the war, even to
fhe extermination " of the who.'e race" ' of
triors ' John Jcncs, Jr., then spoke, in
Tn fnsib!c arid pTactteftr Ftrain, and wits
followed bv Wm ..II. Jone?, of Co. A.
This speaker, long a resident of the South, j
tohiln his own plain way of the peculiar T ,'
ri'Uiiigs of - Southern : society, - and the
ba!ei"u4 effect of . that system upon those
whonjf PocJUuntus had lajTed to bless'with
.abudrtot riches. Together with all who
.had. gec d.e tjh: u;; ie ,4) a red . i t nol only
hi'sduty Uu't liis cntrre willingness to, as
sist in f-uWiuing traitors in the rear a3 well
as In the front... . - ....... ...
At tl.is' juncture, the Committee repor
ted the following preamble and resolution.?,
which, on being. read, were unanimously
adopted ':' . , - . ' V
44 Whn-cnfi, Wc recognize the contest in
which our "(Jove rnnu-i.t i .engaged as one
waged ugaiust. the enemies of law, order
and justice, and which demand the sup
port of all true men for its prosesution to
a vigorous cone'u-ion,' -because upon it
depend- our - national existence and the
perpetuity0 of" republican institutions:
therefor?, '". ' : ' (-.-
. 'Ali'yjthctl, Tat we freely yield to the
AdminL-tration our cordial arid vigorous
support in the means it may adopt to cruah
out this wicked rebellion. . .;
"Resvlerul, That as ; the .-National JlxT
ecutivc.and Administration h;)ve in their
charge our rational . perpetuity and the
niainti nance, of cur Constitution, we can
o!ily sec in a withdrawal of support, f rom
tncni.ct virtual abanvionment ot .our. coun
try to tho-e whose-aim is to destroy It.
4tyVoc'a7, That we. '.most heartily con
eut; in the . w'sdani. of th.e forma' io:i of
Utii m .Lcttgr.es free of 'party MifTurcnce,
and ciripocd Only 'of tho-e who are. un-
ior the liniou and
rebellion, have partially, or wholly wiih-
orawn t!ic-ir support lrom the national
authorities, and we must view their course
as suicidal, i'. or, if not suicidal, then traitorous.'-
- . .;-.'. :-. . - -.--'
f4iVsofy, That any person, press or
association,- usirg our name,? as soldiers
for any other purpose than. the support of
the Administration and the war, -does so
without our sanction, and is guilty of a
libel ipon our name. ' t a ' . .
. ilic?oIrc(7, .That, these resolutions be
transmitted for publication to such papers
as have circulation among thoc. from
whoiu the regifaeut hurls."-.'
The meeting" was largo and well con
ducted, and the . greatest 'harmony, pre
vailed throughout. Everything, moreover,
was dene fre of all official infl:ictce and
interference. The speeches indicated the
most tlicrough and unyielding lovajfy,
though Tiiade by those of conflicting po-'
litical views. Whatever mny be the e-:?se
at-home, rest assured there is no Com
promise -Peace Party" in the lSod-rcgt.
Pennsylvania Volunteers. - -. -
f5 A little boy whose' mother' had
promised him a present, was saying his
p.vaycKS ireparatory to going to bed, but
Jiis mind running on a horse, he bgan as
follows : "tur Father who art in Heaven
ma, won't you give me a horse- thy
kingdom ci.uie with a-tsing to it?"-- .
: -C3-Peath ha.s (consigned many a, man
lo 4'amc..whcn bug .-.life would. have-con-feigned
him to iutaray. .. . -
Hon of the war until treason is dead. " . Hl-e aTainj an(j xW out its irms to us,
"Rcsolm!, 'lh:,t we have no, sympathy c.akcg U3 shiver. Its foul breath Is mala
whatevrr with those who-, because of their j ria it$ 'tQirch js death..
. . j i-" - r- I Give us tue open locman ; Ict-icj be
nvs' adopted tor the suppresiion of the . V 1 ........ ;n t
A Southern Tolce to Use toppcr-
.Ffom , Richmona r.o'iircri rf Jf-trci tM.j
Proni phi it, was liejd perilous for men
to cry peace ! peace ! when there was' no
peace. The dangers of it for U3 at this
moment are manifold. It eneournjes the
planting, of cotton "instead of corn ; "it
unsettles the minds of -our soldiers, in the
field,. which is demoralization ; it stimu
lates the enemy to more vigorous prpsoi-u-tion
of the war, by the idea that trcare so
tired of if. . - -- .! - " '" - '
0., There yrc. ftjiu? .'who rcproa'eh the ."
qnircr, witliboing an advocate of .war, aa-J
not of penee.
This is somewhat unreasonable. Is any
ono oiTcri u g 'peace ? Look round our
whole horizon tekw-tr U it, on sea tjr'Jar.d,
that yoa discern auy.faiutjest Cutter of the
"white wings Jt is all war; all one
bottomless gulf of blood, one universal
carnival of slaughter, and ravage aud
i True," there is one way by which -the
Scuthern-Confederates could immediately
regain all the blessings of peace; it is by'
submission by reconstruction -by "desist
ing, from the "rebellion," aud delivering
up our ringleaders to the' punishment V
the ' laws they have trampled upon. Is
there, -iuded, one. --single., citizen of this
jconfeuei-a ey ; w h o. would have pcaee.at any
prfc-e? ' V'cll,',here is the l ice, say af
onccv-arb we to pay it ?'
' " Put the symptoms cf.a brca?li between
the1 blast; and Northwest ! - May. net thpy
lie Managed. and turned to acct:int, per-
ir.ri : Whv VrepLd'.-the Northwest by
hcyrh nnd cuitjo languacre l Truly, wc
admit the language is a very inadequate'
weapon agiinstT those armed' and bruta!
invaders; ttey would rover b? "repelled"
by ..vituperative-, epithet ; and all; the bayo
iwU and icolumbiads; we can Truster nro
scarcely enough t repel the brigands.
liut'let us!l;.ep afid cncourage,you' pay,
their intestine divisions. Yes, wc are
willing; in tho way we gave rise to those
divisions at first, we wish to encourage
them now.. - That is to pay, by desperate'
resistance and defiance. .
To be plain, we fear and 'distrust far
more those apparently friendly advances
of the Democrats thnu the .open, atrocity
of philanthropists, of Massachusetts,. That,
Democratic party always was our-' worst
enemy ; and Wutl'jr its poisonous embrace,
these' States would' have bo!n free" and
clear C-f the".unnatu?l Union tvrenty years
n- It is nut the Rewards, the Sumacrs,
the Ukck. Republic as and AbolitluMsts,
who have hurt us. , They were - right all,
along ; there was an- irrepressible conflict
between two - different Civilizations, two
opposite social organizations ;' the- were
iio more- able to ifvo -peaceably together ia
one Government than two hands cau wcjif
one nove. If we did not discover so soon
the Abolitionists this great truth, it
was locau.?e the J)cuioeratie party, neutral
as it was in principle, false to both side,
and wholly -indifferent; to the morale ol
either Of the opposing communities, placed
itself between, and raised 'the 'banner of
the 'spoils," and wc all know the rest
our enemy appear as an exterminating
Yankee .host, . wo pray, and not as a
Detr.ocratic Conventioa. Let hiui take
any shape but that I Already we Jk'ive
visioirs of the men of feeble knees, tuer
feet and undulating spines, losing tlieir
senses and "man hood by the contact, as
they diJlas !-o often tefore. ' We scent
from afar'o.f the old aval compromises
ftbullnmrnl and seem to' feel upon cur
throats the strangulation of' unclean fii'
gers. 15ut it is n drear;? ; mbo-ly lives ii
The Confederacy who will dare to propose,
or hint even at a distance, that we should
sacrifce at that abominable shrine all the
gallant blood freely poured out' to sanctify
our nationhood.- J'r it comes to this:
we can have no peace now-save by sub
mission ; no peace now snve lmaking
once more an atiiliation with a ionheru
"party, and making the Democracy;' pirs
tnt i all that inestimable treasure of
the dearest blood that;lowcd iu Southern
vcia3. . , - '
l'cace ! Does the monstrous host be- i
fore - Yicksburg : bring vs peace ? ; Is it :
peace that Posccrar.s ii making in Ten
nessee ? Docs the military dispersion of
public meetings in Kentucky bode peace?
The new Northern conscription, enrolling
three tnillions, and" ruakiug provision for
instantly commanding their service, or
exacting a heavy exemption tax- doe?
this Took like peace ? The deliberate
vesting of 'Abraham 'Lincolu of all the
military power of a dictator,' with thp
treasure of the whole nation opened "to
-'MTTTTTT? TnOQ .
him. without stiut is it to cuable himr to
iunke peace; ot-war which 7
.Where, then, are thoso indications of
peace, whih we are said trvbe"" recklessly
resiling and detaining ? Oh ! tho great
speech of . Vallandigham ; the tivudiin'g
invitation of tuneful Cox ! We greatly
fear that those two wooi rs of the South so
tond and fain; will very soon' be foanoV
like John Van Puren,-fchflekicg out lor.
war .Jo the knife; an J if .they dlij. or
decline to recant their rreat, and noble
peace speeches, why they Will sec tho
inside of-Lincoln's juils. Wtrwlsli ' frrrii,
bur hearts they were-boih already safeljj
chained up at. the, present writing; they;
hnyo done us more haritV, they and their
like, than ten thousand Se'wardi'aiid
Sumners, ' Wc tremble to" sec (hijir
! unwholesome advances ;, still raore to se?
a sort oi moreia craving iicre. to , rcsjxml
J to them, under the delusive idea of pro-
moung inies.'ino civision al tue ortn.
Oh ! Dictator Jlncolu I hek ye t.p those
two peace Dcmocrats-r-together with Rich
ardson in fome of yoprjiiilitry prisons!
A CoLor.;:r Rr.rrt apt: from PiiinAf)Fr.
rniA. A .brigade" to be composed of
colored men is now being raised' in Ibis
city, .yid-- the , board of oReert held a
preliminary tneetiug -yesterday aftei noot. .
L'of. Jarae .Lasran, recently ;eh ipUin .of
the V2ii ln'a cavalry, called .tho .
meeting. to Tder, and' stated that tho
prnspeet.3 of an early formation ol4 the
brigade wcre'exceedingly flattering.' II o
had. recently been in consultation witji tho
iVfiident and Secretary, of War, -r'fgave
the project iheir hearty ,r.i)Jors.:uc:d. . Jie
was ' in formed, however, that defiuUe
instructious could yet be given by ihe War
Department in retercnee to the colored
regiments.. "A meeting -of the cabins
would soon be hcld,avhcu everything dqv
essarj", to t lie enrolling of. colored oJdicr
would be" dctermified upon." For the
present," the President could say "go on'
in the formation of a regiment. In addic
tion, Col. Logan also said that Gov. Curtia
was waited upon, . ani .was , told that
iri. '-Philadelphia three lor fouj colored
regimcufs cpuld be raised in a few weeks.
Tiio Governor promised to assist the officers
in forming tho regiments,' -and wonldcrcd
it every negro soldjcr of Pennsylrania-a
one ef .her citizens. Col. Logan had nu
doubt" whatever of the. ultimate, .success
of the project. ' His heart va3 in the uiaf
tir, and there wre hundred? of brave o ul
cers who . would willingly- lead I the "ncgra
soldiers to victory or death. A negro, ho
saidj who enlisted in behalf of his country
was the' equal "of any white man who
would give the Government no' helping
hand. - - ' : -.----'-'"
Four regiments, it isi thought, l.will '. hct
raised in this city.. . Tho tirbt will be com
manded by Colonel Frifchmuthj-the second
by Col. Augeroth,'the third by Col. l.ogarr
and the fourth by" Col.' Vanslaven;
About two thousand men have, already
been raised in this city, and only awrit the
proper formalities from the W ar D;part
to organize into companies. Lil
W y f 1 - , . - i - '
Jiiiilj'lKl. . .
Vr.vxTED Tii its is Seaso.v.. -Ne8
jfiatiy miles from loston, come tiiiieuuce,
there was a reviy.il, and a merchant; vhOj
va3 noted for dishonesty, suddenly , be-,
eatne' pious" and joined the thurch. Ha
tuk to" exhorting,"" and one' evening
remarked that. he had done many thing-
ibr which. -ho was pofry, and he deemeI:
it his duty to make lull restitution. t.
thoce lie had wronged.. ."-. "
' He therefore' rioritied all such that if
they would'call ot his store he would her?
tainly do 50.: : '. .1 " ' ' - -1 v-' -i
. About four tclock the Dext marnlfig rt
gentleman, t-ijled. at the naerehant's hoUj-ie,
and aroused Tiizy fivm bed. ,
-'Raising the win low,' the' merchant" do
man led the baines) of Ms 'Visitor ut ttraV
ear;' h-mr iu the morning: .-r- i
' " Is. this Mr.. Wr- r',-: U t:I
' 44l',iat is my name." ..;.'', .. ... ..
"Well, 'I "understand 'you have onra-i
ro mike restitution -to those you !iav6J
cJioated.' You will remember .'that upon-1
one occasion . I suflWed to the extent nfj
iiftyl-llurs, and-have celled to get it..V.;;'-i
'."Why did you-not w-ait until proper,
hours and then call at my store ?"
' Simply because I' thought if I ' did"
there would be swell ft rusdi thero thaf-i
would not get, anything !" I u
The window went down with a Blam. .
JP1C A would bei proplict down $outh
lately said iacnc 'of his sermons that' ha
was sent to redeem the - world" nd -' all
things, ; Whereupon j a .native pulled out
a Confederate ehinplaster and asked hiui j
to fork-over the spociQ for it. , , , t,.r .
tCjU A' hogsh.ead of tobacco was sold in 3
Newport, Ky., recently," at the ertraordin-t
ary prico. of oue hundred and tweaty-fivi j
dollars ycr ouc hundred pouud,it t A. -