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Sia Yonthe r 1 50
AiverII.Ig -Few eseb Imacrlion 10
·.twirone tak.n at It market Value.
I'rewileas rad grat. of evrer de-crtp
* on6tat4w stsll mims to r Stbscription and
Obhtnaaa eetlea, atarr!.&gew ca1'a for
Sebiisia meseiii. ate:, chsrgard tor LA otlhr
*s4VeedimeSW. JoRtN UlWKf%,oN.
Edltdr mad Proipritor.
S t'ith ot Fnglleh Kingss an*
William the Counqneror died from
etormous fat, from drink, and from
the violence of hii passions.
William Rufus died the death of
the. poor stags that Ihe hunt, d.
Henry I. died of gluttotsy.
'Henry II. died of a brokenu heart,
ecesaioied by the bad - conduct of
SRichard Cuar do Lion died like
t:el animal front which his heart was
r.amed, by an arrow from anu archer.
John died, nobody known how. but
it is said of hargrin, whlich we salu
pose is another term for a dose of
HIhnery III. is said to have died a
Jdward I. is likewise, said to have
died of a " natural slckne'ss." a sick
nes which it would puzzle all th. i
cot!. ge ,f.pphysieians to denominatie'.
J"dward II. was most barbarously '
at:! i:ndecrintly murdered by ruflialln.
nmploy.Ad by his own mortLrnuti her
-Edward 111. died of dotgo. and I
Ttic ianrd II. of starvation, the v ev I
rev.,.te of George IV.
He'nry IV. is said to have died ",f'
t;fs cume'd by unensines.," anl mu:
.as~i:enes in palace:s in Ihi..,o tiem,.
uism a very cotnidtu e*'.,lll.) irl: .
~tLel.ryv V. is said to h at." di,.l *",f'
a ,siufi l affllic::An p .-iaratur lye '
S"L. it a courtly pL.: a... t go#~ I
v;d ot , king.
ll.-::ry VI died in prison bh :n..a- ,
ki,.:'.: then only to hi janttir, anod
known now only to II.-."ve.
Edward V. was atxangl..d in thie.
:tw.r by his iunele'. Riich; d III1
Irichard III. was killed in bert:...
Ilen:ry VII. twaAt'ted at ay a-. A
ar.tr ,ught to do. .and II.*nrv. VI I.
dir,, ,t errbulAI.s. 'tt andt tyis, wh A,.l
)'dwar'd VI. !i, "d! :A n O.clin-.
Quri-n Mar- id .-..l ?r, hi..,' d,
r "i ' lh'rken hart," wh, r,-'as rl..
di, c ",f a surnfeit, from e.at ing; t...
.:u.ch of black pbitliinge.
Sie-d Queen liress i sai.d ,o h I :t .
di, ,1 ,f mn'latAclu.Iv. from having -:Ac A
iiired El'iext to his ine'mies:-h. r p, i
vsaer ciararter not being above.iV s -
James I. died of drinking, anl ,:
th, , ffects of a namelh.s vii,'.
('!an:le.m I. died a ighi-teus dthi,.
t: the -cniefo l,. atd I 'l,. ( rl ,s 11. did. I
sudd.:ly'i , t it s Aits , lhJia ,l,],' v.
'W il n::,, I N. di. d flou,, ',tý-nu !,p
l. ·. h. Lite of ' ,it an, L:Oot tihet
it' :. '.w-'g .1 his i-irsei.
Quter t .I Asile di.'d :t.I" i,. r att:ich.t
ment to "*itrong water," o: in allhe
words fr-om drunikenu s. hicih thil
i phvsicians politely callii. dr.,toy.
b.'orge 1. died of drunk.zune-s,
whlich his physicians ,as poutly call
ed an apoplectic fit.
G'eorg,. II. die'd of a rup,:ur,' of lhA.'
heart which the ,peri, dicals .f thI:t
day termed a visitation of (;od. It
is the onlyv instance in w-hich tl t
ever touched his hecart.
George III. died as hte ad livi.,d
a n:tidnan.-- 'Ihroughout lite' lh," w:,.
at least a counistctt tonoarchl.
;e;orge IV'. died of glutt,,niy and
William IV. died amidst the syini
pathles of his subji.cte.
?ru;t n th* .'ti Alll-.:l I'l.,r:.!
A Card froMa Geit. llintlnrmats.
'Thie New oYak HIi.ra;i prreti'nd:-,,
ly quoting itichtnmnd papers, stat.
that I have abandoned rAv colntrrv..
tied to Mex.iiro, and .ntrered th. i"r
vie oat the Emperor of M1exieo. "r,,A,
that or a nmo other source, the- rl,,prt
has obtained considerable circulartin
arid soame credence in thle Soutlh.
Southt.rn-born. alwave a sI'cI-sint
iet, a sedier since, the' war ,i;g .
constantly in the field ,except w!I"..
disabled by sicknmess or wound., atnd
never yet reduced to the, tl,.iuglt ,I
subj1ugation, it lhumiliates met "h :
cra a-rumor ilust vetn he det,'d e
Yet it is urged, in numerous Itt,.r.
from friends on both sid,-e of ilh
Mississippi river, that its i,,juri.un
effect cat only be cured in that way.
Tha statement is therefore pronounced
If oanr lIdepcndence was seeeure'.d,
or itf an offensive and defensivc 'al I
lianue existed between the Confidelr
acy and ,Mexico. and the latter wts'
invaded-by Yankee forces, it w utld
gr"tify me, under the sanction of lri
ier authority, to lead otur vete.ran
troopa againit the common enemy olA
Mexican soil. Bint; in thle anli.elce oa
either, of these contingemciee, my
ervrices will he given and my lit
cffered, as heartily as in 1861, in de
f:nce ofour own flag and territory.
I request the publication of this
r srd bi the Confederate press.
' . G. IlNBMAN, Maj.Gen.
Saa Atsnior~i'Trex,. April 9th,
ZEmi- ~eddp Nepz.
Volume 1. SaHREVEPO!rT, SATUDA MAY 13, 1866. m.l-er IS
Unider tiiie cap~thusi thec N. YsktLI
Ne'~Wit dilneouraes ats fuliewiin
Iii dcltiiiiui with a forcigvt vii~rnv,
alipioIaCy in liriiiH sniy I eg lit RJrlit
tl:t· co~ilbatintea (41ijtIV rr·lltli~ tl~itii· II
rcirpewt~ivel separa;te missionsa in tlie.
fatlitly if' xIatioiaee. Net, Ht) hi a d.,(
ieie4tM '·it arie·!u l.el Ii. tileSl pe*:leit: lid
be~ir?, i( dv quered by iis sIrc trine tI-~
J(tCt Lii tlIeC M~tIIe( Iii~n W11* teil(l~cirfil il
cuit for thecir welt'o eics ii~ prig~~iew -It
Iri p111 ill ueti l~t oid iii il ridl ci.llnll
wino li:.4.e tiiiutri u Izicl ll dlitH, leec'i h
wtrtf Inut~te attrlitic~t ·L~ir othellciii-i
m 'flieR corf t-i~tiqiii Cirt m~ .ii fiinasli p 'I
brlntu tIe* Ilurii·d. end '%Itli it. lii :lrlii--~ a
itir~tlticzidcc~l I'y ctzltctitilrii. Liat ii
1. ,l· hi Itill J. Ii iii1 Lia~ i·i'l' ll I iti:hi'ii
*!, a iit lii ii:~r I itiI i
liii11 11inllle. II r '',,I~ri* ~~titi
S:·i l~, ; I·.l -· ''I1 I Ii 11· j
4.'eiit I lu ii . IIV I jll
l~ii"'. hii' 4..41.1411 h ii i
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thiiui .1 .4 ii. C' ii .'I: · *i \ . i r ' It
i I1it· tti*' itI·I 'I iiI i~ ·Ci' I 4.4 II
III.~. utl iltt I I.,~i ii xii S1t . Itri.i ii ; ·r.
i t th t' It'I ·I:·1 Ii.~· Isc I I1 I
CI I tlrtiiite.'~~ heeil~l)~ r~iicine. and
crtiC~rv ta uhiutllrrVt o (i~pttii O;;tic
tinle ii lit eIileiLi. ,·leeie. ti thii' prd~t·
I.n hi~i-pa' Ve11C111 an..i~,tllllY tl an t
CAt tijlli tIllF) enilhi lit i4Si al couasrli'
If lthit'lOl pr4.414411: L~t' Ad 0;1 ~'ti dee.
i.'nhiiiltt. thasr pc-ips a Iuhrnlee pri.',c
erniigi tifa C'Iiii 111)4.4 rp aulong tue
mwy misfortunes o civil strife. A
large standing army, otlicered at the" t
dl iscretion oft ihie Fe.deral Goverment, I
coel be. relied upon to sustain any
sy.stem Ilhat nece-ssitated the .exittence I
,if such a standing army. The pub- I
lic press., subsided or controIled by 1
arbitrary power, would becomn- an in
trumetrnt of, rather than a protection I
aginmot tyranny, and the mannRes
Wnuld h:ave, to rely upon revolution
f,r theiir redetlption.
Such are thme perile that threaten t
the. Itep.blhcens it enmerges. shattered i
:11cl iýt'poverished, from the furnancee
,,f civii war. But the danger may be I
averted by removing at once, be- I
tween the North and South. the rela- I
tion of cconqueror and conquered.
Let perfect political equality between t
th." -,erions be establithe.d, let the -
O'.7t1 reignty ofthe States be acknowl- t
edged, let the necessity for a stand- v
itc army Le canceled. and a policy of i
conciliation inaugurated, andtt the Re-- a
public may restnme its cnaturtal career h
of fr.re-d,nu, prospe.rity and progress. n
IV7,at the .;tonecwall May Do.-
The. tollowing paper was read by Mr.
Norman Winael, before the Polytcl- r
nic Club of the American Institute ,
on lrheeday e:.'tiing last. Its facts e
anid slgr t.iuons are worthy of serious r
l'hise ship, we are informed, is cov- c.
ered with iplating live and a half in
ch-,s thick, has a spur or ram twenty fl
fe.-t lonug, is arn-ed with one 300- k
o,t, ntir and two 100-pouedelr, Arm
ctre "g grn. I
lih-es gan. ve mtufite.:l rn two i
fixed turrt-ts, lir guii-deck is five t
f-e,:t above- the waer, anld. judgitg n
ftrm Ith. we,,,d-cut ."f ltih ship. I con-.
ludtle *She, has hiulw. ki rising five or'I
-ix '.-it abo.ve thei geunl-deck, i'
hingeiid ,i as to be. thrtwt down, out
warld, iu t,-ctir,.ls. chliet- thee gunrli are
lt ie u-i-l. a eX-Vi-, that ita. ot'eti
eiri feiir, ..e , i., r turre-t sltills, ilut
ntI litr-relt ,re actuwlly applied. T'i re
j, t thit t ns arrl igluei-nti is ,,hvi uel.
.h .- is a c,1p lnid liv iiy a tende.r, said a
t-, i , . i. ,-t - i,-a .-r cr ie tble of keei .- "
in . t .1- the- way f it l r ifastet .
ci tii--.r-, with w ihich hr supply e, t
..al coill -e -enet.-wed tfe a lotIg
."> ,""g . te. hi:... .I: ubll e uPr p.tielle-i ,
,.111" tour11 yo w.-edaill slnip l *r, and
:, ila l g, tur .. .' h-lle a v ~y ftrini, ll
&'inht.leri e 'ere 't i n ' e ii .e rl ae
S... oý,ii i rtiari - r. li c te:. r ilee . -- d-e
-1 i .l,, di'rectly te .N-'w York ofti
llt.-t,.it e:t'-; itll, g bol.dly' ill i'l I'lny
in th . . , 'iti. - ei ebi r c riie utio n . V
W iti : pr . e-l:i iatini w:as, or h1 t. I n,
L:u.l'- I ee tUi,. N:i v IiepII arteitne t t,.
,'ev..tlt Ih.- u,.~e. -e . . e et Ihits :.m itt b . i
I .ut:, 'i.,: . llt-t thil : tli.- l t, tN i ar:.I
-tiz,.e.l by I l" ito val ot lhi rit -',t it l
iith-' i ' lid "a th , ,cii, iveti hilr liic
n ; teiIa sli i . u h eI,e i.",t1id wl l e i h.e-r
Ii ,,;at;l t ti l i ey u : r ili li' twili - -,
ilcv'it l -i, ul 1, r it-',c t g oni l. r
f1', ~.,"n t;nital -. ipl w .ts. h. li- ,.. a
iu i t 1it t. :hr--" ilh.- ti ".. ati- el n -""r-! i
I.- ccu litl i'., th' i..'"tc tioi n t e n. ir
ill. i, a i li- hat ihl-v wi te tit li\"
u.... ., vw. ,a l,.-. Je ,,tai .ii:at l -V it ier
il.l t ,l1- ireen - tailor. lit itany.* l .d
ii-- gus in Adlmiral l',rtr'-ts ie-t lt..
fi .,: ".-h r, at baard .,f na dal .,ie- t
l iil i, " , ii ilti' ,i t i . - t ill t. 't- i.1 in Wli\ ' 'i - . ,
ci f . "i'p ,it, i hby rthe Ci h .-t lt th ,
Navy lt In" lit' eteirateuL illa le iet-rl
iii-ruloe:, date,- 4 hI eel .nJatiiiry .
1t e- , It .la, w h icle I q ueot , :
Yu w i!l t,-ti."- ,lirte ii -t.titgatt , I
Sllls ,ta p,isisbl,, the ctte-es elt o'
;.c g i t " l- lte r.l' t gt ilin l it se.rvic- t
t-- iln " tie t -it. d ee- st hei ler i ,i
',i jll g . l - "il.t, tthey are still we r- c
iv ,lt f,2 :liti.-li.ce anid shuiitld be
il:t tiion id as tilt- 'illed guli s iof thei
itivy, Ilol wh rIet, hr thety eshiuetII b
.-Li-ancOl-C.d ai e suMe tthv- gtuis
Iubi tti llt e .'' c
'Lhi;e betreld met, deliberated lfr t
;,e ilnc wctee". iis, alti 1'te p,, rtt-,f. ritUcl' -
ute"ln ig' a sleriets ilt experimleUtsIt
with loti-etueeriler.s 1ecrndi1ig whielh
it riedlictieli cwas-ti t ai le maelt-,,f thet"
clhrge-, calrt .ly small fir thl. 100
lpitoutlets, ials., the " retentirtioi if all
thie ,'ase.s ,it those gitirs, exlctpt
tle 150 pterelts, t nitil ir' h pe-xprn
Irn',lt nts ,lr'i.i ia.s .telnunenditele l shall
leaVe lteci madt." .Agaitii, this e.eard
r lete i'ini.f te ithis cl'ass tef' gnuls iii
tiurret.-d veusiulse, sei" ini tf, re"-j.nort
" that the ISO-p ,i eidc-rs iii these
vessels st h elh ee inin.dicett.lh with
thr-wett , ais tlee -tli-ct elo an e-xjelosioei
in that class of vt-ssc-ls could not
htil to be rn, st disastreus."
tfhrh coehClsioli tee bie dtawn fitoit
this state eel' facts is, that rhe Yiet
gar, c wtdelt ship, armed wholly
with celetiletilicd guns, is st-let t,
set to writchi, arid, if possible, at
tack thic mest f."recndable ir,n-chld
aiil rualt. et%-er bete.ughit agaitist us.
By the ,erid!'g eef this class uo
gtiuis e f" Foit Fisi-r, ftrty-livtc pcr-"
,iceeina were killed or wouttded
ablntuit |'tur times te.et numnber siijtir
-d bye e e c'flbrts ,ef the einemy. By
the last c advict- fre ,en Eerenpe We lweare
that thitus hoieridalfle pirate has es
c.apcd from tmir cruisers, and it is
- probahble, if shte had the amicable
tot.,tioti tcwardl New Yttek andI
L louton attribeted to her by ommo
'dre Craven, that .they are now ,on
thel poin't of realization. .What.pre .:
paraitmon have we to resist her rrn-
trance into our harbor, supposet shl .
makes the attempt to do so in the,'
night this week or next.
The twenty-inch bombard we '.
have mounted at the Falrow's .ran-'
not be loadled, trained and fired up I
on her in less than twenty minutes 'i
-after the alarim,'diring which tii,-. I
Ithe Stonewall may. ail six miles t
with the tide in her favo.r. It tle J
great gun is loaded, ready and ,a
Irained upon iher when a mile lhe- l
low, the cha.czt of a bit will I,e' t
less thfia one in a mrillion. I
She would pass all our other
heavy tirns, and he out of raing, 'I
whti'e they are being loaded and d
trained , for they, too, are so awk- b
wardly mounted that it takes raw n
hands fifteen minutes to load. train a
and fire tlhem, and the chances of a p
hit are not great. Skillful gunwr"s
mighit d,, betlter, W:it our auttharitie: k
know that with rapid firing tile gnlls t
will burst ; tso that Cea-s of mrnn b
-are never permitted to exhibit their i
proficiency oif 'rill upon the:r, witi' s
;actlual powder and shot. Wl-hewiv- I'
er they do there will I,, pir'hap-, i
riot a gfii or gutnner left. If the a
ram gets inside our harb'or, what c
c-n we- do but submnit to lher outrt;- ti
ges and exactions. If we. had a
fleet of mniturs here she couht
kmeepl out of their way, or i rul them
down in suc.aee(si, at her wiil.
Ilhr ranm (:.,"i·crf so far firr. arsd h-..
low hlie v.water that tihe slighte'.t a
,tic'ti she ,onld give one of e,,r lg
mniiit'r?'"- tiiliw th," o've'rliarg wou'd i
sink her qicklv with all ,ir hoarI, iil
tnd inr g-Jn mi.ntil on aanyof theam ai
itay eir'"' penettr'at td five ani.1 a ipal; ti
nI'i. s : of atil ng.at
[I itrnmlni l 1' '. i':,are sai,, is ti.
he ir,,l . 1 '5,(: 'i I't,'r' , f th,' 'iti-''
:.:`!S of, N,,w York. ftr al ohl ,tm.. h ,,v.
r:r etq':tpie the er,,ief nr.t'. tiri.wt',r - Id
.-ning u." w1I. can t,.ll What !a'ng-r.
are in st.r'te fi;r us ini the n i'tre '
The e:a m .r skill th at }h"s built tii , m
St.nevall pr.itl':cted ll an l a ut i,'iis t
("" Euroan G.vrrnments, itd i
bhU onut "t' :. war with any (!f !hVm,
xhill we e ai s unprepared as now t,
.ia very l.;'rtin't t ilm sti. ati
Th1 att'-rat.iiisi of both the CouthI I
and the N,rtl t.4 now dir,.-ted to An
. l , Jhis n arri li's probable poi'vy. '
We hlave given in another plse, hi-.
,ilit;ceal ant,.c dle, ntl ; doul thl, . l s hi
vi,.ws bhave uidllel'rgon-!l a clhiatlne. s.nt.a Ie
I,,- h.-gi rinig of tlh w',r. W .. hetr
v.ir, a ..i-c"L made ,vy him si.re hii
ilina ualg rrlimin, it re.iply' to a conmmlitte.'..
hA wailed -n him with -t c'ngr.ati
Intorv. add:*i i..:.. We take it from th-imi
N.w-a York N.ws. ,'of th, '221 tilt :
A iItrt.tt i-s ''" eRF"I YN'r Joit st." Il.
I n"eeid tint a-.', ri-lri.:nt-n . thots
orats f:ll I am to v'a and t "h.. inifl:"'r."'
vial ta:d emi.ni ' 'i'iz tiz l whi n , ,ul
r,'lp: ,'.o1nt, |iO r words- o.f° ico"urig'r.n-l t
ahd1 cn'i'iloci' wlhih. " tii hait s.li.
keti . r,,'h a ,ra .niti,-tet'.in ,f ri'0/ ,
,ou:lhii at anyv titw.r . acc-pta,!.,. but t
tt trhe pr""sent ti.n", it filnd in ::y ,y
You will not expect of tme, und.r =
Sxlstring circitiimstances", any textld-i
"i. f'clar' i'iom of my vi.ew- nu public
allairs. .\lyv pa~st litre must be th,.
ginaril t.r'- oif m'r., ftltunre coutrsce, and if
in thie prin el,'l-s which have 'h're'o'.
t,,re guidetd l any action as a Public
man, there is not found a snuiCilhnt
-nari,."st of thor.s which, with the- bl,..b
ing of God,l. will dtlirect my colrs' i" ri
dealing with the grieat public qut..s- d
tienrs which are niw coluing up fir
let,.rminatien. nn, declaration of pi'li
cy that I sonnhld now la dwa:.,
would cotmmand F'our resp.'ct. jr il
srre v'teir confidence. t
Yet there are some points which l
stand out so promninently that non.," ,
can hresitate to yield' a ready a,s,.nt
to the.ir force, and truth. (Jar great
and good President has beenaitrick. ur
down by the hand of an assa-isial.
Every one will agree that arson is a
clime, and must be punislhrd. No
lone will deny that murder is a crime
and must meet its just penalty. All
will conculr in awardilinrg to the as.saC
siln tIe prunishment of his erim,.
Brit if' the assassin of the Pr.'i
dent is not to eicap!-deerved puisha-l
tnent, whaat shla!l be donet t tr,,,s
who hRave attempted the assassina
tion o(if the Repul'lic-whiohave eom
pass'ed the life of the nation? '' ThI
lessonll must be taught bevoid lthl
possibility of ever being unlearned.
that treason is a crime-the griati-st
of human crimes. Yet, in exercis.n"
tlhe high prerogatives whichl devol" '
upiin rmec, I ehamll. if I know myself,
temper justice with mercy.
I shall not firg',t, I trust, that
while thie elercise of mercy is enasv
and p-lasant, mercy to the "ndivila
al is often a smaurce of the grneatest
mniser~' t tihe mass of the people.
EsTery question as it arises must be
dihiposed-of accqrding to thIe circum
stances which shall surround it at tthb
T'he quiet and orderly mrnaraer in
whici-thea hiats created by the
death of the Chief Magistrate. so
I sirddenly and by so terrib':e a stroke,
- has been Closed up in the Pabetul
working of the Joanstitution. is a sure
;w.aintee that the strength and w.+isn
din of the people and of the Goi .
ernment will;be.lound eqrtal to every
emergency which may arise. I
adl any one four -rears ae oun
dlrtakeere to predict the 'wnnderful
events which have happene.d during
Sihe great struggle thragh which
we lhave passed, his utteranc, s would
havet bee-n classed with the stories of
the Arabian Nights and the tale of
the Wo:derful Lamp. So, while ii
o unot for us to anticipate what may
occur itn the future, we are ruetaine d
try ac abiding faith in the Divine,
1Being, and by a sure confidence thatt
ihe: great principles of government
.mad of Ireedon lwhich leave been vin
dicated by our succes hitherto, will
he secured and perpetuat.el in the d
midst of all the vicissitidets throu. Ih
which it may be our fortune yet to
I thank you, gentlemen, again for tl
kind expressions of confidenet. Cer
teiti I ern, that while the responsi- r
bilities %ihieb devolve u,;on me
iniglt lhave talleen upon many posses-.
seld ot far eorne ability to meet andl
tulfill thent, yet no one can aterproach
lhem with a more sincere desire, or
a mcr.e honest determnination to die. C
chlarg,: tp-m with a view solely to
the wellfar., of the people and the It
peace and .prosperity of t!de nation.
What D.es "Home" Mean.
Of all contracts there' it none
which should be more f;:ithilf'l re-'
garded as it: letter ared in spirit more.
htinding upon the contracting partics,
thai the terils a:greed to by the (Cout
ci.endi rig O.ticers of two nlcppoltig
forces, whe-n one surrenders lhimsetlf
andI his f;rees to the othl,.. All
c:etraets are usuallyv drawn ii terms
t' wiich tile scope' and ,hearin~ are
e•.,sily comprehe,-Cde-d. It was se.t- d
ijed by Le.,e and Grant at tie trin oft
the sq,4re.nder of the Array of North- c
er•n 'i-Ki,,ia. tlhat the, ,eicers and '
ue.n ,lf said army should bet allowedl
to, ge to the ir Homes." the.re to re
main undisturbe-d by the ot!i-ers of
the (iovernument, while tlev adhe-red
to the tetlms of the contra:ct, ndlt
obev-d local laws thirhfullly. Neither
(i hat nor Lee could have e-.ntertatined
thLe ide a that the word - Hble.m ," I
C,:eld be nirde.r-sto,,d to "ean.- any
tiig e thaInce than the pliaeC. th,- d .-li
1il of the t'Arilie-r brtetee lbeing ah-li
-,~e.t the reside-tce of his fancily, the c
J(,Lk.cer hlnse.lf called h.,men. 'Thie!
A;-or:e, v--Gef;neral of thee L. Steates
;ive, .s i e'. l-,lciin that "Rtel.el nffi--t-rs
.tt 1 110-' who hlave stloro-v!,r.*d too
Gr.:nlt ha'e no homens within tlet
ULi:ted States, anti have no riglht t, c
ctee to placeCs which were their;,
Im,.ee.i prior to tel.ir goieng into r,--r
heliion." Thi., it s-ettns to Ius. is a I
;,i11st unfortut-ate decision of the lnw- t
cil is-,r c.f' the Oonernnietnt. 'I'he
-titrni.iatie,.s of capitulrtion signed t
,v Grant and Lee- are riot written in I
lie:;gnage: of doubtful signifticane. on i
tle.s particUtlar pocint. i'h.. int.ent of
thei- telenteltCng parties woildl be the
proper nm lte of interpreting thosee'
-tilttlation.-. if doubt ,xist.eI. That 1
illnent on this p. int is clear. If it
were not, ., ceuld be netily asce-r
trined by personal inquiry. We fe-ar
that the" Attorney'-G-aer:al'e opinion
co i.l h,. eonsidelre'd as rending to im
Ipair the obligation of the conetraet.
and as shtowi tg a want ef wood faith.
The- United State-s cannot afford to
nmake room for suchtI dishonorable de- I
ductious.-N. O. 'l'imes.
,We cannot imagine wthy aboli
tionist. sh,,uldl be so jubilant ove.er
the t.il i C, har!..tn:a. It w-a in
thati city that the success ot the abn
liion candidate fr the Presidency
was plannced in 1860. and it was by
the disruption of the Democratic
party, tor which Ch:rlceston was thec
ally of Boston and abolitionislnm.
Shee was faitltful and eflicient. Why
then should A!,oliti,,niets regard her
with hat cd. She. had the cotrage
to execnute tale treason which Boeston
and abolitionists prayed for, but did
not dcare to attempt. Ahbolitionism
1e-,mncedn- the flag of the Union as :a
,,flunting lie;" Ciharleston tore it
'cro-n le-r public builh!iee& anl ran up
ilhe lalmetto. In tlis is trnlvy por
trayted tlhe differen'ce betwe'en the
treason andl abelitionism and that of
vlhiechl Chl.arle-st n has been guilty.
C'iarie.-ton defi'ed the govenrmentt
ad e.lnteted into. t.e fiFht; while
aboiit.euisnm iratile-mat izteg tiht' ,v
ernment was too cowardly to ti..4ct,
eextCpt tnder its pr ,tectiont.-~-cca
So you are going to teach sEhcol?"
said a young lady to he-r maiden
aelct. "Well,. fer my peff, s- oner
thlan do that. I woutli l narv a wid
cwer with hsinee-lildc-ev:" 1;I shonld
prefer the latter life invaelf." was the
quiet reply; :but- whsere is the wid
A young laedy of Greenwoodl, Mn..
died a short time since, on tIe day
she was to be married, and in ten
afterwara hef inteldedl hnsbandl died
I of the sae diseae--dipthsria
oftthe Se3at. is i'L.tts. ise. Iw
Yoral7 ly.abd o soly b M seauhtmah. el
:tildfiti slI er, siule g;e
tion. titallepublie a.i hr a half
a t-id,.or ~d ly sa feariil"iml truly
desire and dlesmaed a saraiten frees
thle' .evn w h .... ..nestly
favor ssuph a sgtlat ogt . the if.
tenii SlaviS'tates.o .ev.ov . eight
Cotton Statedi. alo", .mliL .tdly,
dseciiivlIy s_'vlo the .rmet..s re
for to be a'li fort.esuate fom
you." we Eihall. I i tltp. they be
perrmitted to go.i' peace.,' War Is a
hide.oue nereasity.aetijt-and a civil
confict-a war of.estranged and.em
Littered fellow countrym.en.-- the
nort hid.ots of all warm, h~lenevs
the people of the Cottoni Bitaes ehb
ihaver dfipitely and deladinws . made
up their minds- tr separete from the
rest of us. we shall iuifr tflat the pro
per steps be takep to.gitrfidl t fect
to their decisio.
LetL..ua then, hive no feciprocal
taunts reproaches., upw ..tme(naces';
,no bitterness; no passion. If the
rsouthl really pr:tcieis to "go it aloe."
we urge that the North. bshould not.
and wie 'clieve that 4aji will. nft, n
dertake to pass, jqd fmela _pon the
validity or eulliciency of the reiaons
alieged for such alienatior-. If thes
Union be really fppressive or injust
to thi. South-nay, if the.. South
r. ally bhilieves it so. wt insist that a
cecent self respect should impel the
Nn rh to say, "VWe think you utterly,
mistaken; but you have- a right to
to judge for you felve-s;, so -iif yon
will." Notlhing so miceh tends to
confirm tihe South in ihe'r mistaken
notion that the. Northi is enriched at
herI. cost by tle Lnion,.as tl e sordid.
in.erce'nary g*iu,:*ids on wticli the
Union in to'o conmmotil-y glorified at
the , North as the soal,t- .n se'-aij of
'.ur ', ate.i:al prosp,-rly and,prgriess.
I'his is a. false as it is me.air.. Out
omdcr',:ial der!ings with the Cotte
r. iicns are no mor,, advantageous to
ote teide than the other, and they ale
ot :..t ,il dependtnt ,n the Union.
If the,, South wert to setup for herself
slie w uil still hH:'c. cotton, rich.
tobac. o and siltar to sell, aind w~ou'd
watt ton sechangethem Fonr rorn, bac n
hardwsare., groceri-s and dry gooda.
She weouuhl tr.ade witeh us-jitat as shn
dors ntw, pror.dcd she could dtio bet
ter here than clewiheri. ; and s~ she
conul nott 'hetn ,lxpi.ct us to catch her
runaway sla'es. nor to pr,- a id to
icdsjiz h',r "donol-tic ins titutiom."
shlie vould prnbatbl haves fewer
gr:.evanTices to irit:ites her, fewer
tancit d wr-ings to redress. than nlow.
-Ni. Y Tribnne. senr. 1G, ISCO.
fLobile, April 29.--''The1 newshir
(r-li:able) is, thate Gen.' Canlbv alid
the Admiral.went upon the railroad
thii mtorling to meet Dick Taylcr
in re:eresnce to the surrender of his
cltanllld. Some said he (Tayloi)
a,1 to be here at the Battle House
to d ..ner to-hdy.
I have just seen the wreckeri si
woik ont the St. Malery, and they-snv
that tlhe pumps, as now arranged.
cannot rais, ih'r. Thee 'camele"
wh.:ch were used utnher thleramn'enu
ness.e, are r;ady for use, under the
St. Mary. Thi :irty who had-weoet
to say in putting the obstructionis
which sunk the steamer Laura-has
teken the contract of raising, her.
tReport is that the joh will be aecom
plish,.d tS,.eedily. 'lThr river-steam
,.,rs Fllrt, F '.:, Coquette and- Vir
minia, Conf,-detr:tes, are under repairs
by thel Qunartermaster's Depaltnt-nt,
and will be in service in a tow da.ys.
"The times are so hard I can
scarcely manage to keep my those
labovre water," said a husbaudto his
Iwit., who was itmportunine for anew
"No.' site replied with some arper
ity, "hbut y'nz t.lanage to keep your
nose above brandy teasy enough."
"I shall be- at homn ntxt Sumdav,y
the young lady remarked, as abe fol
low--.l to the door a L?u, who seem
ed to be.wavering in his attachment.
I "So sehanii I." was the reply.
FIor State Treasurer.
We are autthor ted to announce Colonel
Rt)IO E. J;UiUzri. of the Parish of Natebi
i tnchel. an a candi.date for Staw Treatureri
lur the en.niilg ,lection.
.We are atbhorized to rorunce Major
. . . OLIVEi n a candidate for -stat
.Loi0. a papers copy . April 6 to.
A NEGRO BOtY betvten 13 and 14
years ,ft are. Apply at this office.
To IREFUG ES.
)R ..!;--- ;rm antd improvemenr.Lt
itna'tue. IS milea from Shrevotisrt.
miles tfro:n lorin:;sp.r:.' anil H m ':. from
Albiny. Thin prorperty 0l1 bteoht\ 1z
moderatte term, or the use of the Qa.naur
b hbad at a low rent to any one whr. .'ith
kt.eit iii rood ordetr. };nquire at thin ef
. good SenLa HRonr.. brid
. and Sandd!e for sale. ýA -.
Inquire at this oftice. (aprl4sf
' 200 REWARD.
STOLEN on the.night of the th ii.. a''
B.AY I'ONY. 8 years old; walks very
wut,'. Is abodl 4 feet high. I hinIt white
jot. He is -'c*y shori. swe*led eie'- in
front, and conrs behini. laMnevi* hea*t*a
.nd trirwnod, .and on his right thilh birt.a
lMexicar. b'and. The above reward will be
paid for his delivery to the Edli4t. uof hi&
April 7, w&sr!f.
ON Tuesday moruing. the it i-ht.,"',
m ithe road from thet Arsenal to thies CU'
,or on the streefs betweea Caddo .ad Mt
lam. A .b·lVt h itarS DF bIt. Tea"
finder will be liberally rewarded by lev
ing the watch at the Res eiee.