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, Her sable puplis had defiled, and
Kitther ArJm for alio it was was
wearily puttirg her desk in order, and
filing ovor and over again the visit of
the afternoon. Had Colonel Ycrner
not recognized her, or had ho not wish,
i 1 to do so T If ho had, did ho feel still
tho old scorn and loathing 7
Reader, it would not be stranpc if ho
had not recognized in the beautiful,
fdf.rcliant woman, with unmistakable
mat Va of cult uro nud refinement, the shy,
uinfi-rmcd Esther of three years ago.
She started violently at Jho voico,!and
dropped the book the held.
There scorned no causo fur agitation.
Colonel Vernon holdout his hand calmly,
as he would to any acquaintance he had
i.ot for a long time seen.
'Ho you like your t-ehool ? Isn't it
dull now?'' were his next questions, after
inquiries foi her health.
"Not dull," she said, striving tospeak
us calmly as he had done, ''her tirr.e was
too full employed to allow of that."
'Was there any society '!"
'Yes, at Ihc J oi t J quite a number of
the officers' wires were there, aud were
very social aud pay."
Jlad Colonel Vernon furgnttoii their
relation ? In no way or manner didho
allude to it, aud Esther acted upon the
hint she felt intended for her beucfit. -
lie learned that she had como there
with the wife ol the surgeon, who was
stationed, there, both ol whom were
articular friends. On his part, he
spoke ol the various places to which his
regiment had heen scnl, and its fortunes
They parted M. tho fort she to won.
der at the tvunncrin which he had met
her, aud to blush at the consciousness
bhc had mauilestcd.
t ho felt inclined to leave tho place
dirt etly ; but she was"; conscious of tho
ridiculousness of fleeing when there was
polhing from which to Hoc.
. In the society of the lort, from which
the could not always absent herself, they
frequently met. After a short time, he
often joined her on her way to or from
Iier school. They became more than
acquaintances friends! but still that
btramie reserve on his part regarding tho
past. Esther sometimes questioned if
it were not all a drer.iu.
The cvemn'T had been spent at the
fort eavlv. Esther was in brilliant
spirits. Usually quiet, she was tow tho
life of the cav company. She scarcely
recognized herself in this new mood, but
she did not try to cheek the gay flow of
spirits. ''It would be brief enough,"
she said to herself
Co'oncl Vernon seemed strangely
disquieted r.s ho looked at her. and
listened to her brilliant conversation
2 Ic appeared' to havo sodio secret cause
of anxiety. He took the first opportunity
lo secure a tele a-tcte. . .
A few gay sentences between .them,
nnd s silence which he broko rurally and
'I am going away to morrow ; w ill my
wile go wun me :
lie waited lor an answer, but nono
"Will not Eslhcr answer me?" he
askoJ, rcproachfu'l y.
'I have never heard Culunel Vernon
ay before that he had a wife," she
answered, a little proudly.
"Esther, it was because I knew tho
past would not bear recalling. My own
past, at least, I had nothing to be proud
of. Vcs, I had a wife. How, in tho
f ever of my madness, I treated her, I
need not tell you. I had my puuifh.
jnient shortly afterward iu this letter,
which I picked up that eveuing proving
her false and faithless whom I had
believed littlo short of an angel. Read
at;at your leisure. With the reading of
Jhat letter tho dream was over, if not
''I had nothing to live for. My wife
liad fled. I sought her, but bho loft uo
traces of her flight. I could not blaruo
her. I entered the Army. Often' I
thought of my young girl-wife, and
yearned to see her. I knew she was
true and pure, aud I learned to prizo
wnen i nau iorcver tost ner.
"One day day of days I came un.
wittingly upon her. I found my shy
girl-wile transformed to a self possessed,
cultivated .woman, with wit aud beauty
mflicieut to have brought scores of lovers
to her feet had she chosen. 1 did not
d ire to claim this glorious woman. Fhe
would Lave scorned me, and banished
me from her bight forever. Loviughcr
.i.uoro truly more hopelessly each timo
we met. in" sueuco continued. It is
only now that I ant ordorcd away that I
'have coupago to say :
"Esther 1 love you with my whole
soul, as I never loved before, reverently,
tenderly, and eutirely. You i r J my wife,
though i am an unwortny. x.Biiicr,niusi
I go alone V
Bho had bowed her face till it was
liiddcn in her hands, while he was speak
ing, the did not look up when he had
Sic waited tremblingly and anxiously.
'"'.Esther," ho wbisperod, bending down
aind stroking her hair tenderly. "This
ftilcncc gives me hope."
Am I right?" lifting her face till ho
could see into her eyes, and added, with
deep feeling :
"My Esther, my pure, true, beautiful
Irrhit! the TrfUlirptopWtriphti maintain
lrnuK l bi parly flrf unbntet bv gmm ;
Vltdiinl but to Truth, Liberty niiH Imw,
A'o I'avor tic ayt ui and no ftar thall aide."
Pulilishetf jfYvery Saturday
nv p. w. inn it ext.
Ridgway, Pa. Jan. 14 1866.
"S". M. PETTENG1LL Si CO,'
11 9 Nassau St.. New York
and 1 0 State St., Boston
S. M. rK'mojSlMJi, Oo., urj the
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. yaib miu IliU
ualji V circulating
in Hi States and
the Canadas- th(y. jJiorized to con
raet for us at our low4fratca.
Agents for th
hi ist inSnen
Most amu Klh Candy. This ia an en
tirely new preparation manufactured by
'erner and burgess, Erie I'a., for lira re
lief' of Coughs, ("olds, Throat disease,
'iloarnnem &o. It is far superior to the
majority .of Cough eanilies now in use. and
must take the lead. It is put up in neat
and conveniuut packages, aud 1 just the
thing for tho masses. Everybody will try
It and after once using will never be with
out it. The great demand for it wherever
introduced Ua aure indication of ii gold
xjualitiea. It u be had of U dealer in
Thk On. Excitement. -The oil ex
citement in this vicinity ia still raging
with remarkable virulence. We are
clad to learn that two of our friends,
Messrs George Messenger and Jeremiah
Elliott, both of Spring Creek township",
on tftClurion, have recently made a
handsomo speculation in the sale of
their territory. The farm of Mr. Mes.
scnger, containing 300 acres, brought
the very handsomo sum of$50,000, and
that of Mr. Elliott, containing 500 acres
sold nearly as well, bringing, we are told,
853,000. The purchaser was a gentle,
man by tho name of Scott, and it is his
intention wc believe, to at once cotu
nicuco operations. The Bale of theso
lands has given quite an impetus to oil
speculations, and we would not bo sur
prised if some of the lucky property
holders in the vicinity of Ridgway
would realize handsome fortunes from
the sale of their land.
Wo also understand that tho Arm.
strong property, on the Clarion, and in
the immediate vicinity of the Messen
ger property, has been purchasod by a
company of speculators for the sum of
Judjre Dickinson, one of our
Q7Tbe following is a list cf persons
drafted ou the 11th lost., in Fox town
ship, Elk Co. IV, and Brady township,
Clearfield county Ta.
FOX TOWNSHTP, ELK CO., PA.
Wm. Gibson, Pnnlel Oyster, J. S.
Chambcrlin, John I.amb, Jos. Kntung
er, Jos. Uoutzcr, Amber Strait, Thomas
Patterson, John Koch, Robt. Hillock,
John Moser, Alonzo Mohan, W. W.
HogetT, Harney Braniff, James Hays,
A1 O. Chase, Ralph Bell, (leo. Conner
IMiaa Moyor, John Mann, J as. Iddings,
O. 1. Kelts, James Hancock, Win..
Hewlett, Mathew'Hayi, John Sullivan,
J. E. Horning, Ocorge Keller, John
Emmett, Isaac Hays, Lewis Iddings,
John Sellinger, A. Kyler, John I'endi
ler, Philip MtgcM, George Billow.
BRDY TOWNSHIP, CLEAR.""
FIELD CO., PA.
Martin Eshenlelter, David Ellinger,
David Walburn, John Munholand, Da
vid Reams, Nicholas Sallady, Nicholas
Faust, Samuel Fay, Joel (! cuter, J. B.
Kirk, Samuel Shaffer, Benj. Carson,
Wm. Wingart, George Pcutz, Henry
Everson, Isaac Zortman.
liaTWo have in a brief space, noticed
the return from the army of Capt. 11.
Fent Ward, and it-would be doing great
injustice to a good and faithful soldier
of Company, K. 11 Ith Regiment, not
to give him likowise, a passing notice.
Wc have reference to Wm. Wood, who
is now in town, hiving been mustered
out of service a short time ago. He
went aa a volunteer under Capt. J. A.
Boyle, and as all good and faithtul sol
diers should do, served his time, and was
honorably discharged. ' Wo extend to
him, as well as all others, a hearty wel
CANADA ARMING THE QUALI
TY OF ITS FORCES A DRAFT.
The year of 1865 finds Canada arm
ing. It is aboul to put forth ita strength
on paper. Its force consists of one
hundred and twelve battalions of militia,
most termed "Service Militia." and these arn
enterprising and indefatigable citizens, I tQ be fined b draft at once -j M
has again commenced boring at his well J .
. r . . . r ! follows ;
in this place. It is now down to toe . . .
depth of 240 feet, and the indications . ln Canada est,
are pronounced by cxpciicneed judges ' In Canada East,
ns excellent indeed. Wo sincerely trust
the Judge's undertaking will be rewar
ded with a good flow of the greasy com.
The Ridgway Pioneer and Prospec
ting oil company's well, whioh was aban
doned some timo ago, has been leased
by a company of New York capitalists,
who will resume operations as soon as
the nccesiary arrangement can be
made. ' : - -
The battalion will muster 795 men ;
and 112 battalions will therefore, give
89,040, or, with tho officers, 100,000.
men in round nun bcrs.
ti:. r - !. i ... ......
.j-uib wrce is now ueing uueu Dy a
draft from able-bodied males between
fhe oges of eighteen and forty-five, who
are from the "Eighteenth Class Service"
men. It is to receive six days 'drill at
any timo that the Governor General may
CAPT. R. FENT WARD.
It is no less a pleasure than a duty to
ns to give a p1a;e in our columns, in
honor of tho nun whose namo heads
this article. Most of our patrons 'will
remember that Capt. It. Fent Ward was
at the opening of tho war, connected
with this office. When fierce rebellion
reared its crest and threatened to strike
down all that was dear to the hearts of
American patriots, ho was one of the
many thousands of our gallant youth
who rallied to the standard of -their
country. How he has conducted him.
self upon the tented Geld is sufficiently
told, when wc say that he has been
wounded five times, the last time so ee.
verely as to he rendered unfit for e-xr
vice. He went into the ranks a private,
and rose through tho various grades un-.
til ho becamo Captain, sinco then ho
was offered tho Colonelcy of a regiment,
but with that modesty that always ao-j This fact gives, the late peace-mission
companies true worth, he declined. He renewed vitality hero.
now noiiis a commission as luaior, out
T).. . r . . r
A-bAl-EUUVfiMENTB AGAIN. It 18
known that the two Blairs, some weeks
tiuce started for Richmond, on a peace
mission, and that they returned some
days'siuce, not having been able 'to ob
tain passes through the'rebel lines. But
the dispatch which we print below Indi
cates that a new triaHias been underta,
ken by tho Blairs. :
' Washington. Jan. 8.
The two Blairs left here yesterday for
General Grant's headquarters, where, i't
is paid, passe$ are waiting for them,
siynid hy the rebel Secretary of War.
permitting them to go to Richmond.
the severity of his wounds will no doubt
compel him to bo mustered out, notwith
standing his anxiety to remaia in active
service In him is found the type of
the true soldier. In taying, thm much
of him, we ieel that wo are but uoin
honor, to whom honor is due.
; Latxr. A Washington dispatoh of
tjhe 9th says it is a question .'whether
Mr. Blair will go to Richmond. He,
was still in Washington
Tue sagacious editor of tho Erie
Dispatch has mado some remarkable
discoveries concerning Ridgway, as the
Head Quarters of the Provost Marshal
of this District.. Tho office has been
located at Waterford, Erie Co., with th
exception qf a few weeks, sine) its ere
ation, and "Iras thereby accommodated!
the public iii mat portion ol tho distric
and discommoded tho balance. It seem
but just, that the claims of the lower
counties should be now remembered,
and they iu their turn similarly ' favor,
The statement made that "the men
connected with tho office aro getting
disgusted," is the first intelligence the
men have received that such a state of
"disgiwt" exists. Tha'men" have been
very well accommodated, aud we oanuot
see that they show rruch sign ot distat-
iafaotion. . If, however, the authorities
see fit to again move the office, we trust
that they will havo the good sense lot
to locf ta it at the extreme edge of the
District, or in a large town or city. - It
is much belter for the iutoreu'U of the ser
vice to have it in some quiet country place.
The associations of a city of the size of
Erie, render it a undoslrablo point for
an office of thia kind, U it can be avoid.
ed ; and its situation, geographically oon.
sidcrod, should pUoe it cotirely. out of
consideration in locating the Hc&4
Quartcrs of the 19th District,
STATEMENT ofihe AtKessSients, madebr the assessors, for tin aeverat districts i n
Elk county, for the year IMS,
Heal I rerfonal I Ocenpa- I Cola Silver I Can-laces
Wktches ! VYa'.clic I & value'
io. r8 ;
' 3. 000
The AFiesnmenti of Benilnier and Ridgway (ownnh'p. have not yet been received.
1'h Commisfioncri of Elk County, will meet at their office in Ilidgway, on Tuesday the
17th Any of Jannnry Inst., for the purpose of determining whether any of the above
aBseesmenta have been untie below ajunt rates and to raise, equalize and adjust the ear,
ceoruing 10 law.
joh.n c. McAllister, ciork. -
Oommiiiifii(r OHicc, Itiilgwny, '
ElkCounlPa.,Jan. (ith 1805. ,
JUS. W. TAVLO
A CALL FOR 300.000 MEN-
TT7ierfji, By the act approved July
4th, 1864, entitled, "An act further to
regulate audjprovido for tho enrolling
and calling out of tho National forces,
and for other purposes," it is provided !
that the Preaident of the U. States may T"
at his discretion, at any time hereafter,
call for any number of men as volun.
tecrs for the respective terms of one, two,
and three years, for military service, and
that iu case tho quota, or any part there
of, of any town, township, ward of a city,
precinct or election district, or ot a conn,
ty not subdivided, shall not be filled
within the space of fifty days alter such
call, then the President shall immedi
ately order a draft lor one year, to fill
such quota or any part thereof which
may be unfilled ; and Whereas, by the
credits allowed in accordance with the
act ot Congress on the call for five hun.
drcd thousand men to be obtaintd un
der that call was reduced to two hun
dred and eighty thousand ; and Where.
as, the operations ot the enemy in cer.
tain States have rendered it impractica
ble to procure from them their full quo
ta of troops under said call ; and Yr'herc
a, from tho foregoing causes but two
hundred and fifty thousand men havo
been put into tho army, navy and ma.
rine corps under the said call of July
18, 1864, leaving a deficiency on that
call of two hundred and filty thousand ;
now therefore, I Abraham Lincoln,
President of the United States of Amer
ica, in otdcr to supply the aforesaid de
ficiency and to provide for casualties in
the military and naval service of the
United States do lssue thia my call, for
three hundred thousand .volunteers to
serve for one, two, or three years.
, The quotas of tho States, is:ricU,
and Sub-districts under Ihis call, will be
aa-M-foed by, the War ' Department
through the bureau of the Provost Mi
FROM THE SOUTH.
The Expedition Against Wilmington,
is IIebet.,8 Jubilant
BRAGG ISSUES A CONGRAT
Rebel Loss 3 Killed nnd 55 Wounded.
' Bursting of Two Guns in Fort
Fooa Guhs Dismounted.
Quiet Around Petersburg.
AFFAIRS IN SOUTH Vf EST
The Importance of tho Salt Works to
Breckinridge Chafing Like a
FROM SAVANNAH AND
The Negro Question in 'South Carolina.
SACKING OF ATLANTA BY THE
TLc Richmond "Whi""
on the Situa-
Richmond papers of the 30th and
31st December have been received at
shal-General of .the United States, and the office of tho Inquirer, from which
n case the quota or any part thereof of we. extraet tho following : From the
any town, township, ward, or a city pre-' Richmond Sentinel, Dec. 31s?.
ciuct or election district, or of a county ( From Wilmington.
not so sub dividod, shall not be filled be- j Wilmington, N. C, Dec. 30, 1804.
fore tho 15th day of February. 1865, Gen. Bragg has issued a congratulatory
then a draft shall be made to fill up order on the defeat of the. enemy's grand
such quota, or any part thereof, under armada before Wilmington, paying
this call which may be unfilled on the merited compliment to Generals Whit
fifteenth day of February, 1865. , i"g and Kirkland, Colonel Lamb, and
In testimony whereof I have here- officers and men engaged,
nnto set my hand and caused the seal of The enemy's attack tho first day las.
tho United States to be affixed. ted five hours ; on tho seeond day seven
L. S. Done at the city of Washing- ' hours; firing altogether over tweuty
ton this 19th day ot December, in tho thousand fhoU from fifty-nine vessels,
year of our Lord one thousand eight The Confederates responded with six
hundred and sixty-four, and of the indo. hundred and sixty two shots on the first
pendencc of the United Slates of Amer
ica the eighty .ninth.
By the President, ,
Wm. II, Seward, Seorctary of State.
From thejianner of Liberty.
A Dutchman, who keeps a country
store in the neighborhood of Boston,
had ten pieces of calico on his shelves
when the prices began to advance. He
sold out at the old rates, and,
"When I went ' to- de city to
more, de money dat I got for my
pieces of calido bouarht onlv ei-rht
took my eight pieces home, and marked
a High profit on 'em. and sold dom fast
Fenough,and when dey was all gone, I
iook my money ana went to de city,
and by dunder, it bought only six pie
ces. Well, thinks I, dis ia making
money backwards. Butliook, my six
pieces home, and put an awful tig prof
it on dem, and now, thinks I, 1 must
make monpy like smoke. But T
got dem six pieces sold, I took de money
I got for dem to do city asain. and
thought I would cet ahont taWc
w " 'nui v
Ayer's American Alman ae has now
arrived and is ready for delivery at J.
Powell's, Ridgway, Pa., to all who call
for it, Thia number contains a .treatise
on Scrofula aud its kindred complaiuto,
which is well worth perusal, - It also
gi ves much general medical information,
which u useful and should le kept
against a time of uced m every family.
Its compilation of jokes and' aueodotes
is about the best that reachel us, and'
these faots together have given It a
circulation whioh L said to be the Jar
gest of any one book in the, woild, , :
Brown's Bronchial Troches. A depot
u opened in London for the Bale of these
Loienges, which have been io' long ia
use in America for relieving Asthma,
Bronohitis, Coughs, Throat Disorders
aud AfTcQtioni of Jho Lungs. -, , ;
Limrpool oift ,
finj i..,. .1.. i r i i
iug i-am-uea uau gone up again,
and I got only four pieces. Well, I
took dem home, put on a much bigger
profit as I did before, add thought now
I makes a heap of money. But when
I got .deru sold, aud wont after more, do
calicoes had gone up again, aud I hope
I may never tiio if I got more a two
pieces for my money. So hero I was.
I had ten pieces of calico when I started
off to sell deiu, audjhere I am new' niit
only two pieces and no money. Why,
I should hal been better nff if T
shut up de storo, keep myoalieoen. and
not sold dtmat all." . ,.
6T"Most retail merohantshave met
with similar expcrierico duringNth'e past
yeai' or two without tho' Dutchman's
sagacity to detect 'the dweutioiL of a
nominal profit in the ' number of "Jul
Iars," whila' sustaining actiial loss of
goods and value '. Ed -
Harrirturg kgisfctori are i tronblo
w u nqiei. U four doll.r. p,r i
" "r eywoa'tl
day, and six hundred on the second
Our loss is three killed and liAy-five
The ground in front and rear of the
fort is covered with shells, and is torn
in deep pits ; two guns in the tort burst,
two wer dismounted by ourselves, two
bythe enemy's fire, yet the fort is un
hurt. Scouts repoit that Butler mado a
speech at Newbern, saying he would eat
his Christmas dinner in Wilmington.
It is reported that a part of a ncirro
regiment nnd the Fifth Regiment of
Jieguiars were lost in the gale. The
expedition up Roanoke River has re
turned. From the Richmond Sentinel, Dec.
Arrival op Blockape Runners.
The defeat of the grand attempt
against Wilmington, for which, thank
God, is matter of universal congratula.
tiou among our citizens, everybody
is pleased and jubilant. Liberal prais.
cs arc showered upon the officers, and
fervent thanksgivings are offered to Him
who fought for nsby sending His gales
upon the deep. Tho attack of the cue.
my, which ceased on the 26th, became
an escape an the 27th ; on tho 28th
their great fleet of the monitors and
transports had disappeared behind the
ocean's convexity. Whither gone we
know not yet.
A gab on the night of tto 27tb over
took them, with what effect wo have not
yet heard. The previous buffetings of
the winds and waves had been fatal to
most of their horses. We doubt not
that the expedition will add up a heavy
disaster to the eutniy. As a very pleas
ant sequel to our most gratifyin" tri
umph, we mention tho fa-jt that ou yes
terday news was received here of tho ar
rival of four bloekade runners at Wil
mington, loaded with supplies for our ar
mies. One or the vessels was aground,
but we trust has betm ;,.,., ....im
England and Fran cfe.
cogrnce the South
. xourtuot March
papers .rnniii nut V
with exciting mmors of inter'
ine part ot England and 1
Amerioafl atiiurs. " nt .
there is In the report.'thneV
arale j but there fa at Tr-astf
of such action. The Virt V
Lord JYYONS leaving Wah
months' leave of ahonce, tup
, . . r v
. HP,rtu ; B'jU tl. i .florin
a CJrT";,ondenl nr"
at thnt lhin ' -
that English' .
dersof SouthernV.. ,
they would naturally hvo
case the Southern Confedera
be made" to succumb to tho p
Government. The South, as jc
declare, and as Mr. Prcntrt,
Louisville Journol, who h
Richmond for the last five w
wnulii Rnnnnr lie reduced (o
under English protection, with J
abolished, than to como tiacr
"Federal yoke, hngland
mm ii have the Union res!!
our own GoT
to peace or pi
: i i
lusr successiui, ana tue re
rently weaker than at anv
the rebellion becran. we find a
midable foe to contend with
1 a i r t, , , ,
uuiu ana mr. eewara nave sno
selves entirely inadequate to
quiremcnts ol the people wh
present, in allowing this civi'
drag its slow length alonr,5wi
wise siaresmansmp tucy coi
mado peace and restored thuV
have been better able to beat bai
armies of Kntrland and Franc
or sign showing more forcibly th:
the oiners mat trouble is soon fc
p ji . .
irom inose two powers is, ;hai
beward is said to be preparing
tnc Secretaryship ol State, and
to the Seuate, for the purpose
eating peace measures. It wold
luiii is inguioneu at trie a
foreign affairs, an J wishi-. to thi
responsibility on toother bhouf
cam; irouLie uouj".-.
The letter referred li abov
If stories which nrc olilainir
rency here are to be belicMeuf I
least real danger to be apprehcni
tcrventioa in ur afTairs by Eng'
trunce. It is known here, aua
have been 'known in the iflato L
for seTeral dnvs, ttint Enpland
quietly organizing a large force i
to be held in readiness for some i
duty. An ordtr, mo rrover, it kno
been wtted, pfrrmtuniy rtftt
abtenee to the oliicrrt cf in
cent marvelous promptness of iliefCa
..uxUv.,,iCa ... .Airing iiit-ii, cvrn nl
penseoran enforced dir.ft, ir, ;er
Aw i i i .
remans, is Ihought to point cli-arl
fact that they had been insiru.teJ
ine nrsi opportunity or organ :iug h'. bT,
aoie lorces for any emergenry
1. . . f . , ,
-iiiu icceiii, noil :e oi me i''"-!.!
.t. t . . . . .
iiiu iiociprocity treaty ana iva
determination of thegoverninMt.V
uuniieru ia.ies is also noticeil )yp
who are now watching the sign I
times with intense interest.
Additional exciteaient has be'vi ' av,
kcued by the importaut loading elitorial
in thi Richmond Examnier aad thi
Smtinal of tho 2nd inst'ut. Th -j'.r
believed to have been pvomted by iiouis
Napoleon, and to have been put fjrwa.d
to prepare the minds of the si uthe 'ii
people lor tno las', oou mov? ( 1 1! rr i,a
That the Snuih is now har ier pusl.
than at any prev'ns time (during t
war cannot be u-Miied, uod
ncss of Eogland uu l Fra.'
Union restored is well uud
will never permit the So
qured. 'It is believed
gramme will re ja c
Notice will h- g'ven, afte,
March, that Eni.-l.itid anl I
nize Mr Liu';oiu as Presir
such sta'i.n ai are reprjsi
electoral college, which in
to a rccognitiou of confedei
dence. The course hintec
R'ehmocd papers is belie
been adopted s imo time si '
coijfedei-ate state. have all
themselves as colonies of
France, or at least asks tho
assume protectorate over ti
Hans Enlists for
"Brick Pomroy," ol&ef'
(Wisconsin") Democrat, is at .
joker, and lately witnessed,'
Milwaukee that we tran .fi
umns. The reader must piei
big-bellied, short-haired recrui
cer, with a bluo cap, broad,
piece, a short swenJ, blue
too small, and a raw oustomcr
"Faderland." with woodeu-nh
..t,vf.tviLjr nvaijr uii' .1"' i.r u
mination of thegovernint.it.V nil
with all possible haste u w
mats intended for service ;
lern lakes is also noticed y3
1- 1ST of letters, y1
jrey coat. The