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M'ARTIIUK- VINT0$ COUNTY. OHIO, APRIL, C. l&Go.
VOL. 13.
NO 35
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V I 111 U 101 lil IM -Ul III
E. A. B RATION.
OFFICE?
la BraitOttN Buil-nn". r A't of Court
l!oii"'. Vu s,,,',.
TERMS, CSll.
Ti-eDK.T will he nontnnevMT f..r T
Holl.r; bit Month, for Out Dollar; Tli'e
Hiti. for Fifty ('nit.
pflr All papi'M will be JNconUnuad at Un
Ml-lriilloa of li f" PiJ f ,r-
TEiniS FOR AOVKPriSIXK.
On.,renf irnirtion,
i:cli p.d liuonul iimoition,
rttrionjrr, , , '
Bedcjcf ppMnti.n-.MiiBlnl
tttn, guardian and Exoeutora 100
Attftditr.'-titniitiees'brfor.'. r.
I li'.nrul nolloi" pr , ',,,,
.TirW .lvui:imM will lo clurga.1 t-M,
. M tl l.AP M tl 1111 Ml .
Anil In nroporiicmiiU ra es for If tlum a
mtumn. and fr ln lime-
14T Ton line mini ':i cli -jel a yi- -"l.iaro.
Hi a nil A Ivtrti-imeiit r 1 LK' Nc.Jioos must
be pM iu .!v ,
-"l'libivvr(ii"nst ha enmplic-I w'.'.n
Jeff-All h n"if I I.h mJ to tho I'm-
yuif, "1 4KDtll.
T b e him r a Jo h 0
W r f r:i)t l tJ ?u'. -v.t'i nonnwn,
Ji.pa-.i-li ! 1 V'-;--- V si df floinpalitioii.
-llU'iei of Job for'.', jooh iu
T.OO&3,
i AND LULLS.
bHOW KILLS,
I'USTCliS.
I'llOGRAMMES
till HKAl'S.
KLASSS ( nil KIN'IjS,
siliri'lNG KILLS.
LAREL'i, &c..dtc.
tll Of trll iftl bcoonvlncfd llet w loan
a4 will a iif hl'r furCAHi.tlii n snj
)tirlil 'I lini'.iU i l!.ictiuiH'foii mlrj
TLTionu" inn
lOUU-MOUTU, OUiO
-EY
Ci! !.S HiSSIMS.
Tli Hrnis ln.n'.B on ilc Sicnn B t
idinK. il' f-u Wl Dioi. No
w.II bfipflii for t!ie acco;ry l Humi
.4fpl. ,18'i3.-lrr. , .
VATuTY HO J Sc.
SCOTT & POLLARD.
PftOPKlETOlC,
n.:v.'m -I."'
( ...ftiiii', i"ii
A.tlrr ff Livir a d
GENERAL CLAIM A GEM
ficArllr, Ohio-
! Will Ntt.1 I V ' ' lin.i.M.'lnn kM.I V" lo 'tH i.
Colt.l Sut,7 I S:t f ln-'"
Mvrirtn rud oUiiiis.
lloantlc Arreiirrtsc '
Prucnirtl.
rENr10M Tir won 1 l i 1 un 1 fl'm ililo'l jI-4lor-.
Va I n vi ni l l.ir th i h-. f
lhawirvio. lM'y M m.v M-sn.N. Ilm
Will uoa.i prj'm-tlyioth'j.r Imwiw-n nl
m i)rvljr :u.
J i ii I ; Hit-
D. B
a
Alton cy
at
McARTIlUR,
oino,
East of
Store
Ilvinsr jnut rp-nv-'reil frnm n jcvf x tl
tack of the O'IFevi-r. ' wiiici ran-en
temporary absf m Irum In.- tmtt. Iokm
pleasure in "ii;Hiiiciii toihe piiblic Hut
ha U g:iin t hiJ poi, wliert. lie mnv lie
found at tli times rfJr to give pnmitit t
tention tl llie rariouj britiitfliti nflii pro
fession in thi. n I u lj liuiiijj Comities.
Jan. 5lh. l8'5. 3-rr.o.
A.coNiE',i:.n.
A.IS.IIN(JHt M'U
PHYSIC ANS A.D SURGEON
McArlhnr, Ohio,
Will attend promptly and rarcfnllr to
the prao ice of their profession in ull its
brandies.
05-SPKCIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BURGERY.-CO
Jen. 5th. 18115. If.
B. A.0o-aT..3t.';. P. B. Finvrt
COXSTAM & 8IIIYEI.
AMornrjH at Jaw, ,
Cllm Aeents, Ri:ilEitne AgenUandCon
"yanor. .. t
McArlliur, Vinton Co. 0.
Office on Mnln Strror. tu'ndnors rnl
of, K. it Dmls'xM'ire.
Will nttend promptly tn all basin" entrusted
to their carp, in the 'Cmiies of Vinton, Jaok
on, Fiki" and 8oloe., . . ... .
.Uimar' l!ta'lSfi.i-tr, '
FRESH CAN FRUIT.
TVNE-APPLES. PeacbM, Stiawhorrioa.Bliclc
X berrya Wroen PeaJtiBt received ,aad for
la at tba Prog- &or of
Xi. A.r0SDB
NEWTON'S PILLS.:
-
11 it - iiiiiottti )
MiWTOX'S PILLS.
iEYTiiYS PILLS."
MiWTOWS PILIJS
IVKWTOA'S PILLS
NEWTON'S
NWrON'3
PILLS ! ' '
NEWTON'S
NEWTON'S
PILLS
PILLS
Composed of liij;
fiOlll
ily ,1'oiici-iiiraled ExIrjcU
ROOTS. AND: HERBS
Ul' t! yrteit inpilie! valup. pn'mreil from
tli1 iii:inl pretriiptioti ol the ceMirjtu.l
UK N km tun, and iidcd by liim m ith iueh
rpiDHrkrtiiie su.tm for tsvtiit : vf.ir-i in all.
i uim 01 the United Sia;es. tre , iurailibie
HiiedyiuaU
DISEASES OF THE LIVER,
Ptt ANY rEKAN(iKMKJiT OF Til K
.1
Digestive Organs
THLY Cl'KE
rilAKlllliF.4,
li4KKIICK V,
IJIAKKttpiA,
rA'Sl'KI'SlA.
!YM'Krvr,
PVM'KJ'tA.
DVbl'KI'MA,
SCnOFIIT. .
S UOFULA,
SCiiOFUl.A.
JjCRoFoL.
mF.NTKRY
DY.SKN riiKY
JiYMiNTEItY
, b YSiiYrEUY
Tili.lOUNF.SS, . L1
, ili 1 ilISV KrfS. (
11. LI I'SNl SS.
DlUUlIsiNhsS.
1.1 VCR OO.MPf.AlVT
l.lVKit COMI'l.AINT
l.lVKIU:iAiri.Alr
' LIVER COM I'LAINT
Tli we!' knnn-n Dr, Waprks. ofR 'b'o i
m y i.f ilii-.-e IMla, ' llicy Iihvp tli.' (iiii'lel
it'ct iipnn tlii- Liver and ilig.-sMV nrms ol
mv mriliciiie in llie( w.nr'il mid art"' the imn
lrf-ft puia-he, wliieh h i '.v. vl b-'Oft
mule b atiybnilv. The 'fATcf hnve nbum!
ii nt y alio n to tl ie fin in -in i iy linw iimcli
tin) fX'e! tbe fir.lin try" 'in-illnlnfs in us-.
Tliev ate sufe uii'l p' fc.isi 11 1 lo' i-il.e, but pnw
c ifi.ll to i lire. .Tlii ir ppneiti'ln prripHri ir(s
siinnil 'to ;tie vital uf.iivififs of the body,
remove the ol)s:rilrtioiis nf its oririnis, puri
fv the li oo I, anil ept'l ,iHi'-.t; .Tliey pursjt.
oniviie foul liHiiiur- ili.'it Iiji'J and R"'W
ilisifinper, Ktiiiiu'a'e iil!ij;r!oh"or ilisnriW'.!
T&um int tlirir niiMiro! ' u'riiinu und im
purt h heiiltliy tune wiili airenjih . !ji the
buli" aysiein. Nui only do tlicy tnreiiie
evcry-dny cmnpliiiiiU of even body, but nlu
fuiinid.ililen'id .(tuiiefruti lisrd-f Wlul
lliry iri)ductn pnwrrlnl elTerlii, lliyarPMl
tl.e fame tiniP. imliinifhril iliirPfl, Ibe MlVat
iiml lii'ft plyw: llial. rnulx; iniplnyeil 'or
children, am! being purely vgeitbie ate iree
from uny riik or barm ; '' ' ' . ' .
The i:in'. i''iliarknlile feiilure nf ilipse" pills
ii tie rcift-ulioii lib wlnrli ili'-v in t mi -x
treniely distiinil.ir chronic diseases; The
k.ame 0' IKS cure' DiairliQ-i nr I)v$jp-ia. in
pithiT inse rrsiriiiR i li or'Hiio tn hralinv
ti til natural conilliion. which niui(it be sai l
of iiiiv oilier mi'ili. lne in rx'siem-c."
They treaie piiri lilood an ! remove all
impurities Ir Jin the f-ystam.hi n'.-e are a pos
iiive cine fur.
Fever, lieadiicbP. Pilp-', Mercnrial Oj
. I1MW, mid
fc!r Prire On: DMur or ie. T if;
avj'jtlirH or f tnt by m.til. sis pail to m I
part of the Unilfd $lt!t or Vuntdmoa
receipt of jiricr. ly ' ' . , ' .
U.S. ROVVE j-CO . S .l ARenis.
43 l.iberly Sr.i New York.
March 23nl l3tv -lr.. . !. .. t.
. ' ' FAIRBANKS'
1 ' ' Sunelnrd '
SCALES
OF ALL KlKDi
U- v. . n ..
f. an.
FAIRBANKS GREENLEAF & CO
AJftIour e Street, .TpjLbUO.
'' fo'cirtfal tcboy Mil) j he Oenuiea
' Saiil4lr. ' - ; j
Poectry.
THOUGHTS OF THEE.
THOUGHTS OF THEE. BY S. M. HARPER.
It mv b ) hi, my Jo irat on J,
Tht w thill neor moot fria,
it
6: HI in mv honrt I h"l.l lb 1--"r.
Ad J thrti iliino liuititu sliull rumaJQ.
Whan I m fur away f oi:. time. t
Am. I flier friend uruuud tlist gli Juj ('
6ay, wilt thou av-ir th nlt uf m, j;
Ajd wUb ra ono more by tby ii.ll I
The nweuMiit honrt 1 ever kuew VVk'
Were tliota, iluar onu! t pon4 witbtboa; '
FoinI memory to hor pronUo thio, '
Will often briiij? them book U mi;
Then how cuii I retfroj tlm i.Uy , '
Sotonu. uli.iii tlr-il we t'liull) mil t
E.'b rloorer llmi liloomi alemjf my way
F.irM.l tint I (tliuulj. e'er f rtrut.
Price of Two Potatoes in
1808.
on tlie Fiit is iv I Ht id, in ii tetter liuin
it tOII' rll luiil who was I' ip II C'UI
Aiilc-iitniu timu in I'm. Fr-ncli ttiii;
rv pcrvici-, mi J wli v.mnlio-i f--- its
uuiliciiiicii):
Tliii evtf lielope ilio linft'u of liii",
wIk-ii ISajiiilj.in.ilio First, in cinim
ny wiili .M.iisliul Boi tli iur, wur u!k
iiiS; llirouli ti.o camp, Imtunin to
the tilk of liis sol.ln'i-i, In- aiiw, in ft
iiniii of Gfi'ntiilii'rs ol the Ganrii,
onu who Wna loHaling putatOi.s in' Ha;
liblil'it. .
"I ibliotiM . Iikn a r 'in t ell wtafo
iilv.ivij all thila,", Mini Niiio!con t
In: Al hi dliiit, J'H-k tlm owner ul tlicni
.f Ins wilt bull' 1110 ono."
In obctlieiicii t tlio orik-r,' lJortliiiT
udv.iuced to the group an ! akel to
whom tliu jiotntocs bulonuii. A
grttiuJict' 8'CiitMl lorward unj claim
ed I lib 111 H8 IliH.
"Will you soil mo oml" Inqijircil
liiTthier '
"1 b.ivo d!i)y fivu,'' sail tlio renn
Her, "itinj tliat'o hardly enouli tor
in) sell."
"1 will give yon two N ij' il-ArtngJ
yon vill sell iiiu 1'iiu." 8;inr TJjtliiier
"I don't w mt your o ild," niiiil tlm
i;r -iiii'liur; "1 aim. I lio killud. ierhlips,
Lu in hi row utul I don't wimt tliu uiio
1 1 v lo lii id uio uitli un eni'ty atom
null."
ili'i tiiier reported tliu soMiur'n an
wor to the lim per- r. who wuSdtttiid
liij; in llio Inu-kr n ui. "L t'i Jon r
Hiiail bo lvokii r tli m yuu, em l tin
Intlii; mid 'K'iii;j iiji cl uo to tlio ureii
ulii r, Ik- ittke 1 hint woulJ lie Hull
:nin H-'potiitui "
'.Nut Uv h loiij' 8li.it, was, Uio re
ply ol tliu KrebadiiiP. ' 1 '
nt you may a jt your own pnuu
iunl JN kiioloon. , Uuuio am liuii
ry, anJ Imveii't-enton to d;tv.'f ,
'1 liavciit eiitinli lyruiyuo.f," said
iliu groiiiidiut; "bi'sidi H ull that, do
you iliiiiK that 1 U'lirt Know yon, in
iiiti) ul your tliBuuiutf" .
" ho am 1. 1 liuii i Saul iitiol.'oiv
"l ml'sal I the (ireiif lioi; tlm Li
lo Corpurul, as tliey citll you. Am
I ii.!.,."
We'l," said Ntiulooii, "aincn
you know mo, will you Bull ma a po
iut..r .
". ,N i," said tlie tlio rona licr, "bin
if Vi'ii will- Imvd mo O'lmo and diuo
with you wliun yu'i i-t back ti 1'aria"
you limy ii with luu tn night."
'Doiio!" ail Niipooii, 'oil the
w id ol a Lwtlo, Vtf'iijial ou tliu
word ot iho'E nperor."
'J."VvlL;'.d ii,0'I-Jl,8 ''d.f'O Kruiiudi
r, ''.Mir i itatouti oiigbt to bo iloiiu by
this tunc t i io tro tliu two largus: j
ilm rint I'll nut lllVBo!f."
Tli'i! Etiipif T eat down and ate Ins
poiuiucti, and i hin ri turuud with Bur
liiiur to bis tvtit, nioroly reuufkin,'
"i but riio U a -jooJ soldiur. I'll wa
ger." I .. -
,,Two nmntlu alterwarda Napoleon
tiie G, uat was in tlii midst of a bi illi:
uut cburt at the paluc'o ol tliu Tuillur
iu6, and was jntit 81 1 lin;i; down to ditiu
when word whs brought hi in that, a
uionadier wa without, tiyiuir to
loti'o tlio uara at mo aoor, eiiyin
I but bo had be ei) invited by ihu E:i)
jioror:' ' "Let tiiui como iu," aaid his
Mnjity. ;,,(. ..
1 he soldier entered, ealatod Napo
Icon, and said, Dj 3'ou remeiuber
having slipped with tuu of uiy roast
cd potatoes!" ' J '-'
: ''On, is ityoti? Vea yes, I remem
bet," said the Ivnperor. "and bo you
iiayucotiitt toditia with mu,luTo you'f
Buataii Jay another cover on your ta
bio for that brave, fellaw,'! bo suid tu
oiip otitis uonseliolil. -'.Agaio
tliu grenadieVWatad Nauo
leou.' A grtnsdiei'6f -toe Guard
Arua nnt nut will IkhliAvu'. ' .' Ynni
Majeetj told mo I shoU'd dine - with
-lai'l
I
i.-w
i
t:
on; that wan the bargain; and tm-N
in' to your word, 1 Intvo come huh
er." .
"True, true." fa'd the Emperor.
'Lay a cover near me; lay asid ) your
iniiii, tii iD ami, an I draw up' to tliu
able "
Dinner over, tho crenadier went
it lii r.Hti il place, took tip h 8 car
line, mid turning . t) the E'liTTCror,
jiren!itid Hriin. . ,4A mure private,'
In then said, "on 'hi not to dino at
the table mf hin Euilieror."
Ah, I undeMtaiid von," naid Na
poleon. ' inri) v'lii 0 levulier of
'he L'-ion of IIonopk and Lieu'ouailt
ol m v company ofiurdn."
" riiank yon. I.rtily." retnrned
tin Holdier: and amid lond bIioiiU ol
v ivel Ewpecur I ho qniutly with
drew, ' -. ! i.
1808. NORTH AND SOUTH.
MR. LINCOLN'S OPINION ON THE DURATION
OF THE WAR.
Mr, Lincoln who miint have bo
come uouHvliai wider by experieiic',
in my pivsuncit this morning.
"I iliink Ibis yuar is going t be on
of tiio hurdual tihting yuiirs wo have
yet g mo through, il lighting is up
it tliu end ol December next, wo
must coiifiidef , ourselves S3 exceed
ingly iqrtniiate." .. I inferred from
these words that mr worthy ,1'rj"!
dunt wears two masks; the uti-v he
cairies ill making speeches show-i an
urtlimiied c niti luuco iu the coming
lownl'all of '.he rebellion, the nt.ier
which , ho wears am mg his intimatd
lieiids, . i -Xjires-ws, onthe cmtrary,
some iiouiituiil uneasineiiB on the
subject Tins is the mi-ifortuue of
his position, rublicly he must ai
sumo un absolute , confidence i.) hi.i
power of promptly crushing the South
if he doubted it ho would bo crushed
himself, But privately, nothing pre
vents him from giving vent to his own
tiioughts and from regretting nnro
than once that he accepted the noin
iiiutioii of the Chicago Convention in
lSGi),
MILITARY CRITIC UPON SOUTHERN RESORCES.
aoHCE-i.
As tl c uitra-it to t'u ditering, and
fear decuitlul, piouiro we form of
iiir, own resourctni, and ol, ihu weak
ueos ot the iS 'iith, 1 vi!l mention a
.nisnnges o a conversation I had
fiirt week, wild a miilitary c il iu it
viiue expiTieiice, who w is will' .t-ioii-:rl
ShuimiMi w!m:. ho emetel 6.i
. lUiimh, Hil l who hud in coimeq leuc
aitiole npp MtU'iiiy to s'll ly tliu ques
'ii on both si.lus. As that goiitlu
in ui is a firoigiior be could not, o!
lotire, espouse all our ideal and sum
iuioii b; uoituer Ii. is ue tuosu ot the
smith. ,,
lie thinks the South lias always
en . veak; and that the reason ol
its Bpatant strength is to lie found in
the iiietKeiuncy of our military organ
satioii iii'iru than anv thing else. "1
ivas struck," said he, "to find iu our
march through u or;i i,
die villages and cities more than nal
depopulated, the farms abandoned, ev
ry-where an oveitl iwmg population
of blacks, in the midst of which a
lew Caucasians . were to be seen, too
old or to) young lor the rude servieo
the camp, and here and there a
few worn in crying over their departed
Disbands, or requesting me lo cany
to those whose were still alive in tlie
ranks a few lines written with a trein
bliiig hand and half dolaoed by tiiuir
tears. Inquiring ol one ot tliose w
lieu il she wanted liu to say any
thing to her husband in cm bo I ah ulit
meet him on the battle-Hold : or in
the hospital, .or in prison 'Nothing,'
replied 6he, 'except t toilow Ins dag.
lhe spect-icle ni)iTe8sed mo two u I -
lerent ways in the uepopuUtion oi
Georgia 1 saw the prool of great ma
terial weakness; but iu tlio aniwer ul
ii:u woman an evidence of groat mor
tl strength. The South is precisely
iu the condition represented by those
(we tacts poor in resourc.-s, but
troiig iu courage, and in faith
"1 know Inat moral strougtii is a
powurlejs weapon unless it lias a sol
ticieut li umber of bayonets t back it
and know, also, this is hardly the can
with the oontu. three to onu isqjw
ho proportion of our forces iu relatiot
to those of the South, aud the contes
was to be decided all at once, iu open
Held, t,'ie result would not- bo a tuo
inent doubt'u!: tlm South would be
cm-died and .annihilated at once.
But things, 1 am afraid, are not to be
carried in that style. Ana here 1 cal
pour attention to that moral courage
to which 1 have alluded, and which
if it means kD.y thing, inenns endur
ance, resignation to eunerings, forti
tude in adversity, im taitb to rrovi
dei cu. Il t o confedeiates really pun
boss those viitiies, I d not see why
they wonl l not stand four yetn nf
war yet, ja-t as the riimana Bt io l.
dunng the sini j length of tiin-', the
four hundred OioiHutid men brought
by Ilambal iuto Italy, the capture
it nenly all their cities, (lis B 'ige ol
Home, lhe destruction ol all t'l dr
commuiiication). and the enslaving !
Iiree fourihs of their wpiiUlion. Nil
moroiia illustrations could be .brought
forward to show that nations far in ire
keducud than tho South, have, by tlie
strength alone ol their unconqncrabl
spir't. hually reached their object,
and conquered their independence
If yi.ti ask me whether tho abaud
ouuu'iit ot their capital, and of tluir
sea shore cities, if the tearing up ol
Hieir interior line ot eomnintiicatio'i.
;iiiil tlieir seqnestratii in fr nn the world
is not mo.-tal blow to the C.iiif'e ler
ates, 1 will say that, considering the
t'X'ont of country in which thuy can
move, retreat, and establish lin ts ot
Jeleii8o, these three things, however
woi.kuiii d they may appear, aro by no
means weakeHiig to their cause, for
yon must nut losu sight ot this mmi
important tact that whenever the Con
federates abandon the sea Riiore, and
withdraw to the interior of Western
Virginia, reuneseo or South Caro i
na, we lose, at. the 6atne, the assist
auce of our navy, so advnntagiioiu .to
in hitherto, and are compelled to
itriko upon a now strategy,' long-ir
aud more diffi iult to carry mil than
my one we havo yet pursued. Our
present base of supplies are lost, and
new ones are to be ebtahlished. All
this requires a great d :al ot time an i
of money,' and may lead t.) great sac
illces ot men. Suiiiiose General
Lee adopts the Fabian policy di
vides Ins army into tlnoe, which can
easily be fed on account of its divis
ion; throws one into Last lunnesee,
one into K tntncky, and tho other in
North Caio.iua- executes largo raids
upon our border-; uimbit.es his mov-
tuouts so as to bo always iu our rear
and tl.iok, avoiding battle so long us
lie is not sure ot suce.ss, and attack
ing as only when there is an oppor
tunity to do sol Don't you think he
can proti act the war several years
onger by such a policy; and by hav
ing a-i lie will luve, the distance, liu
neat, the malaria fighting on bia gideif
.Much as 1 wish to see this war end
oy tlu overthrow of the lebolhon, 1
can not help thinking that as long as
tnuso rebels have one liiindro I thou ¬
sand mon iu the Held, and a uon ila-
t on ol blacks to till up its depleted
rankti; as long as they possess that i'
domitablo spirit w.iicli thuv s iow
I here is no whauce for iu of a Sliced v
solution ol tliu contest.
'You will no d uibt say, and jmt
y too, that with their railroad line
lestroyed, the Confederates aro de
prived of several advantages thuy had
luihefto enjoyed, such as the rapid
transportation of provision-) mid atuu
mtioiis from oue point to utiother, the
yowjr ol concentrating rapidly upon
cer'ain threatened posit'om. the fa
cility of communication between the
various armies they have now the
(hid, &c. All this is very true, and
1 agree with von tuat the unaition of
tuo Ooiileuerates is more precarious
on that account than it would be o'h
erwise. You must not forget, iuw
ever, that the ditUculiies thev are la
0 iring under at logout are c mnio i
to both peoples: that pursuit)!? them
iuto the interior, as we will have to
lo when they havo left Richmond,
places us on exactly the same looting;
no raiiroad on either Bide, but long'
and d.ffieult marching through roacs.
fores 8 svaoj')S and nvrasses. This
is tiio new aspect the war will assume
perhaps next summer aud tall, when
the couutry is pregnant with deadly
xhalation, and the very air we brethe
.arry poison into our veiua. I am
aware that a great many of u?, here
in tl.o iNi-rtli, do not boliove that the
Conl'ed jrates will go through Quch
hardships, but that, tired ot a long
aud prohiiesB war, tiny will pretor to
lay down their arms and. ome back
into the Union. This might have
botn possible with General McClel-
lau as 1 resident, for the General
would have been careful to put out ot
the wav every thing which might
have offended tho susc-ptibilities or
wounded the prido of the Goofed
erates.
"With Mr. Lincoln- the thing
utterly iinpossidle, His terms ot re
construction are such that no Amori
can accept them without giving np
at once all that has made him what
b? i, fre; and iDdepondent; ll
tuu sux iii race iioi.U us the dearest
fits rights, the rj-t f,f keeping ita
h i ir iiusiillied, Hnd of h dding'np lu
(lag high among the iiaion of the
arth. D not expect.' then, to ino
tlie C'lnfederaten come liaek npou
such terms. They .will fjght and to
the la-it man rather than to coma t)
terms of eubmissi m. Thev ar ',
strongly and uu mimomly rosolvei to
Mrty on tin. war as long as tbetVH a
ngnurtg man in tho ranks, that tliey
Save son theirdlelds with ont..tifi in
ciw nreat eh mid happen to fail, onion
be tig the b.tsulsiitub for moat that
an be found, and the moBt inviora
ting au I wholesome vo. e M) in ve
etablu kingdom Such foresight, how
ever trifling it may look on the eurfuc
shows wi h what 8;iirit the Confeder
ates are accepting this struggle, end
to what priva i uu i,uy are decided
t iBiibmit lather that: to givo it up,
without rcaliz'ng their indepen
den'M. '
To eun np, I will b: Nun t'oi
has yet perrished wiih a hundind
th .uand m.n in tho fi ild.'and terri
tory vast enough to feed ten times that
number, no people have feet, been
conq-ered for want of railroads. , for
the great battles of this centnry hnva
been fought without railroads; no com
mnnity has yet boon brought to term
which was resolved, unanimously at
tho South is, to conquer, its indejien
d 'oco, and who enjoyed giich: reaottr
c.s. That in the lo g run, alter lour
yeurs rouru of the blo dy war; the Con
federates should be auhjugnted', is po,
aiblo, but by no moaiiH certain, but
that they cn be subjugated gooner,
I do not believe; nor is it I he npinion
of General bliorman liitmelf, whu ta
freely on the nubi ct. Lot tis 'then
look at our dilR niliies in the faco, pre
pare deliberately and c nti.lentlj for
the cuming contest, and leave to rlie
R 'publicut.s and friends of Mr. Linc
oln, the ridicule htta'iliin to Uls
prophets and impudent babblers.
FRANCIOS.
FRANCIOS. A Locomotive on the Rampage.
[From the Syracuse (N. Y.) Standard.]
tbitjgoo was banned.!
it is noccesary to
back down locom itiveo on tlie CVn
trat road to Uiittona.ig.) to l)rin n
the baggage cars and paisonger cna h
es wh eh are there Mioved over tlii
temporary bridge. For that
abj.,t 4 J o'cbici- yesterday afternoon,'
locoinouve eighty nine wi8 arart,-.!
east, the cnginuer nf wl.r'. it : .i t .
ihe Hourh track wai not rig.n. switch-
!d ou ihe north track und ran Imotr .i
f.ir speed ApproachiDg tho t.inn. t
about a nnlo from tin Btation) be-all
atotice discovered lojomotive 105
with a wood train, jlt.t emergiug
irom the tu.inel. The ungineers of
both luconi .fives reversed "thoir en
gines and jump.-d off, as dil the rire
i.on ol bih. As tho fender of S9
.a;nj in contact with 109. tho forepart
)t 103 was thrown from the trao.lc and
stopp.-d; but tho hind tracks of 89 wore
only stove in, and that engine start
ed on a keen soot back, with tho
hind end ot her tender dun-gin, g1(,
c .ra.)wo:z7.iug through the streets as
it the devil had kicked hef in end
thirty tothirty.f.ve miles per ' lionr.
without any engineer or lire-man. whis
zing and blowing, an J rnmblin, en
tirely ruckles, of onsaqaaneSa. It
was a fearful moment, the srjts were
tail; the depot contaiiud hundreds of
b.i man beings; every bodv tht sv
was c-xMted, tosjo the insane lira-
nurse inns without maafer and feared
that the next instant wonl.t Im.-
eral souls into eternity without warn
tug. In the depot stood tho Ojwp)
road train, which h id backed in f-om
o-iueca ivver, (,wtiero that road lias to
transfer on account of the fresh.-rt ar.-t
the passeugers had but just got out of
the coaches but luckily were all put.
The otigioeer of the Oswego trajn f a r
the wild stouJ coming jtiir, m tiins to
open ins vaives atnj start, as the ai.il
39 struck tho rear coach, runniog un
der it to tho tront tracks with "a tre-
metiiious era ill, acatter.n things gen
e.ally, and forced On Ar-rnia Sillno
street to near Clinton slreot before it
came to a halt with smoke stack and
ou:er rigging well riddled, and then
lei ncrnasteam !ly witliiu tbrj -poor
coach which she had merniU,al linn!
dered. The ready thought ct Mr flh
bon, the engineer, of the Gwegj train
saved hia loconv t'vj and train, except
the rear coach, it h .vin paited at the
collision catne, and In, got out of tba
way. The wreck was rsooa cleared
away, while the wrecking ca r. went to
tUe relief ol 109. Iua a aiirai!fe that
the locomotive cquI J rna iLronrrh
thickly n street, 1 crow elovcn "cross
streets, ana enn as it nHj,7r ;t') prr

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