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tTR b- iii4'etobctl ?r(im Tth "Qiiwtl
FL City w,ith Iftrifcr'ad rnricd stock -
: i; . anil large .lut ,9V -I. . .
-Tiici hafferjtp in numerous cniuimeri
aaaldw otoaacan be bought anywhere. ,
'iiTAll jtifidji of piittom Work mada to
rferldrflhS khortcJt notice. " '
'Tnauiha ire Inx-iM t eall at hie old
aland oiiiXiite the 'Katipnnl Hotel," and
exainUt.retock : : " ' t ' "
CoWa alorfg'Coma fclon 'niuke no delay :
Cbm frok v(rfy hamliet and Village by the
way :. ", .
Com and riy tlie chefepest Clothe that erer
fi.'W' did wear," '
All trtfranted to fit you neat, r.n ither
rip or tear.
H i' arc?-. rr ;.: i ; . . i 5
Carriage & Bugg
Cherry t.t beticeen'Mainlft Sown
TTAViyg erecteiLa new and eommodi.
all work in hii line, that mar be entreated
to hia-cace. A Good Stock of finnlmd
of Boggle!, te.
ad axioms huik ohlnaanS hiMatia
fiad that W win rira thain giiod afcreaini.
Baton, Feb. 12, 1863-ly- ' ' .
Main-Btreftr doors East
oflha M. E. Cn'urcn. ' ' ' ' "" '
be4o9eAr3 hit aiii
idl or-flnl to.
for the patronage
tarJ linna him And Ju .IDto
k. .til! eonAiKiia t kecMHhe-bVitHJrin
tonr, fcrttel, .gl?-Hfit,V.wla,l.Bi.cni(ai
UvMleeai'Ue,li:'Ml'" in general dej
n wliiMi bn he to add for the coin!
-eliadJ)ter aq4 tl;e finest tobhetd TlWt
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P0BLI8 attentiaa ia renjvectfully invited
talk EnUblicbment, in VJia aiiuranct
thnk ampla tinfacliOB will b gita 4 j
jardi Typography, Pre wark, and cbarj,'
to thae wno tikj Hqaira - '
PLAIN, AND FANCY
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S.Vfcfi' BILLS, ' '
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RE AS GN ABLE PR C?8
We are prepared te exeeuta
Business and Visiting Cards
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UYERT) FEED & SALE STGREi
bo HN W. STEPHENS ,
H i i ' it Jim 4
WOL"U)'aiiii6uca' w bis fr.eftdaahd the
nnhlin tti&. m hki. t.en the old
stvid, reoantly oMapied by William C. 'Deem,
and re-opened a Lictry Stable, where he will
be pleased to accont jdata H who may wish
to hi' Horet,-Jiuff!fieiid:i., on reasonable
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The Farmer's Column.
TEN RULES TO BE OBSERVED IN MAKING
TEN RULES TO BE OBSERVED IN MAKING BUTTER.
! Ia Waking'1 f nod bnttf, tb!"-are Brrpril
Biceropeetione to bt goue tb rough with;
which require an eye to leanline, fore-
tkougbt, and aepie little xpeenca, : .. i
1. On Bilking clean, (aatj'yet gently, reg
arly twice a day, jepen'di the incceii 'of
Ut dairrniaa. ' Bad thilke'r; anouM fibtW
tokratel to herd; beHt pay dOBbl Xbt
price for good oaea. ,ii-.
, Straining la quie aiaiple but it ihonld
be borne in mind that two pans about half
full each, will produce' a greater 'amount of
oream, thart the ime milk If in hot onV pen;
the reaaoit of this ia, the surface ii greater;
3. Scalding ii quite an important fcntare
in the way of makiBjl hutter, in cool weath
er; the cream, riees mnch quicker, milk keepa
aweet much longer, the Wter U of 4 better
color, and churns in bne half tbV rime1. 'J '
4. Skimming houldly1e done before
the! milk bee.mes - loppered; otherwise
much of the cream turns into whej ian4
lost,., . . , . .. .
; '5."Chnrning,' whether y''thc ' hand 'or
ollirwirt, should occupy forty 'br fifty miji
ttut. ! oil; ':.'! ojJ ,nuf.: -.U ')
: AnWasiunj in cold; aoA) !fAer. ja jsn af
its jrcservinj qualities, sn should, bef con
tinued until it shows nocolorj ftf tlic' milk by
mc'rins of tliVladle; fcry hard water1 ia highly
cHarjod with lime,' and mn'si il?k 'measure
impart to it the alkaline p'ropertivi.' ' 'l .:"
; 7. Salting ii) necessarily done, with -the
best kind of grouud salt, the quantity vary
ing according to the stute it is taken from
the churn; if soft, more; if hard', 'less; always
taking the taste for the surest guide. ' '
' 8. ' First working, -after about twenty-four
hours, is for the purpose of giving it greater
9. Second working takes place at the time
of packing, and when the butter has so dis
solved thff self, that the brine in i'be workd
ont':,,!" ' '' '' : -:
'10. Packing is done with ,tiio bands or
with a buttor wall; and when butter is put
into wooden vessels, they should be soaked
two or three days in strong, trine before us
ing!. ' After packing cover the butter with a
wet cloth, and pitta-layer of Bait1 upon it; in
this way the salt caii easily bo' removed at:
any time, by simply taking hold of the edges
of the cloth, ., f. . ,,.ir t-
.. Butter made in this way will keep any
length of time required. GcMitt Farmtr.'
THE GROWING CROPS
from all, parti: of the country
agree in predicting tlmt llie coming crop of
cereals, vegetables and truilswill, in all
probability!, be the largest ever grown in this
connlry. An 'immensely increased area of
la no? bo's been" placed , under eultivatioa.
lucre seems: to have been a conviction on
tbefnrtAf Woftrn farmers that the coming
year would witness-war in-Europe, and a a
mand for, cereals anJ provisions. In addi
tion'to the increased number of acres .put
into wheat tobacco, flat, nmp and sdrgum
aretieing extensively jrVowit; the threofet
titi nceoantof the enhMcod priof they hava
borne Iduring.tk paat yearj the latter to sapr
I ' ! I 1 ' O ! i - f ' i . l ' ' -
ply, lubrtittila i for , sugar and molassea,
The Ws il'his year produce all th ogar
anVmolasMalt can use, and" will in nuuitiou,
Vt) ibia'iiV' snpIy laro'qnamitJas 'ttf'thn
Eait All Ibis 's eleering. A nation that
hu an asiumoM of an ajbnodnnoo tof food,
eod the means of tranlportlng.it from where
grown, to; jWeravai required, i in tact rich,
arid ('an afford tu'view the fnture Confidently.
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(iSrOfledy bwt waekn lady Uving:Jn
.this county, afaw sajief omhe cit t rought
a parcel to una df the Expreas offices to fori
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ward ta her tiusjand in the arm v. ' It eou-
ftaffted ioW akie'les'taai'tto' hA cnrefully
pVap'ared with ber-ttwa hands. ' Her two lit
tle childrowtfo'withlyrg . Tfra clpifc looked
nameW It' wWcti 'wai 'apettihe-riarool.
'lkemiiliiif of tiftikusband aii4'l'vterirere
(f,t,ht $pnpi)tt epo.fTjhe ahopk Jo
the poor .,1 j7r tibK f How 4ty
thousand haart-brakinr scenes are enacting
tt fin ji .ji.in it i i.
every day, similar In seme fespoefs Id (ms.-f
fir. v,o-Luv.,lI. a.,11 1,. V:nrt ...it (l
ktd..Q,i emotiOn. l hat very morning one
nftppie ominous-boxes whicfh cjowd our
ij Aj. ttumlwf ,'of our frlendi hare
reqijcBted UdtO! republish, ,tho pre
amM rp4u794lnUoni , passed, at
ia Eaton on th SOth , ult. ; tbj
ix aL fallows j T;;.,; ; : , r i.
(.Wttma, boreonstitutioatrnartntwa te
(horighat (ra apaock froa rrraaa and
4 free aeiembliesi with the rights to discaas
public measures and to petition for redress
of grievances as may, seem 'to peaceable and
law-abiding citizen's to Wproper and txpe
diant no parson shall be held to answer for
a capital or otherwise) infamoni crime, an
lesa dn a prMaatn)en(. fr .indictment of a
grand jary, except in cases . arising in . the
land or naval forces, or in the militia when
in actual -ear vies in time, of war or public
dangerHe shall not Se denied the privi
lege of the writ of Habeas Corpus He xhall
not be transported, out of the State fur any
offense committed within the same- The
right of trial by jury shall be inviolntc
Cruol and unusual punishments thai I not
be Inflicted and the military shnll be in
strict: subordination, to tlis-civil power
These, are. -nativd. homebred; right of the
people who are he source and fountain of
all;political power And' whereas the people
in the Legislatures have from time to time
cnaoted laws to Fafely gnard, protect add
present ttwae rights, and to, defend them
ajaiimt despotism on the one hand, and on
the other against mob violence andnnu.-chy
--Thfrefore resolved lt '
.1. That the Constitution of the United
Etatei nnd nil laws made in accordunce
therewith, are the Supreme law of the land,
and must he obeyed as such, any person who
wire- knowingly violates either, whether he
be a public otiiccr, or a private citizen, de-screw-
corn muntinn .
2. That the rights of free press, free
speech, tree disussion and free assemblies
are guaranteed by the constitution to every
Am. licun citizun. and any . attempt to de
stroy or abridge cither of them, is n blowut
the constitutional rights and liberties of the
pr.qp.1e.; , ,'.,
3. .i'hat we disapprove secession and aboli
tion With all our soul mind and strength; and
lohk. npon disunion in any manner or form,
with apprehension and dread but we with
it to be distinctly understood that we appeal
to 'the ballot box, as the sato way, trie wise,
the economical ay, the lawful, true and
only way given, whereby freemen can settle
their political controversies.
4! .That in the language of the lamented
Douglas, ''Civil war is disunion" If he was
rjght, peace is indispensable lo Union la
our opinion while the war may he nccessa-'
rily further proMOuad, just and reasonable i
steps ought to be calmly inaugurated by the,
people at the ballot box, and by respectful
petition to our iiPg'slature and Con? r rut, (
looking to the honorable termination of the
war lie return of an honorable peace; and'
with this, "the Union of the States, ope and
' 6. That we regard the arrest of C. L. Vsl
landigham tor his political opinions, and
his trial and sentence for the same by a mil
itary commission aa a startl-ng outrage opon
the ancrV-il rights of American eitizenship. .
6. Truit we regaro; as usurpation we as
sumption 'of military eoruaiandern who,
ift font t,ltero cur oowi. are open
and civil" and criminal ' process un
interrupted, claim the authority to abrogate
nrayipMid the Coiut,itutiotial right of free
press, arid free speech. His a bad causa that
will not bear discussion; .Wo are free
men and will read and think w will pace-
ably Mssemble and make and hear speeches
wa will froelf discaas the war measures as
.well-as the peace measures of this adminis
tration oun we win ibsoits una ioio upun
thm-"Tpwe rights aro ineatimable to us,
and formidable to tyrants onl'-they can
not nuou anr false plea of necessity, be ta
ken away1 from ui by any order or proclame-
T. That we rerard the refusal of th Judce
to grant a writ of Habeas Curpiii aa in itself
anullmcatKn oiour consuiuiion xie ue-
niesthe privilege tbe writ; when e piajrtiy
inw thatC. L ValUndigham:was dttjprived
of his liberty .without due process of 7aw
thht Wwus arrested withoat 'armhVHiai
orisoned without sny IccaJ authority and
for no Crime or' offense defined Vt any raw (o
be fo'fthd in any lfctt-:book-r,He a af
fected to reader the military independent of,
unit nnerior lo tho civil bower.1'' ' ' ' '
. 8. Thatia aur opinion martial law has
tot beeivstajblihed n Ohio; and that no re
bellion exist tnerem, runi me pmipie cnii
hava.Hio,fltJciitr if our Cbpstilfilion and
I'atues may be violated,. , Tharalorewe coh
deinn andaenootlce the order bf banish went,
knit tHfti Sendinr C the HODCi U. M lau
rli.rham nitt o his State for words Spoken
within the siinie,' as a pnlprtbl uiiir'iifttion bf
of power,, ('foreign r,0nricon.sutato.and
unacknowledged by our laws. History will
av" whether this war is waced to-'but Uown
jebellion at the Seutb, pt destrpjrjop.yiijit
Utioua at the Xoith.. , , I
"r9. Thttho'Uon. C. L. VillatKltthn n-
ttixt our hearty thanks fochjs noble effort s
to serve our country., In our judgment be
is the true friend tftie Caion, , Tried in the
fire of persecution he is faithful to the gov
ernmeut aa onr tstberaiaada it bis caase is
our oeusef whetheevcW bajr-bW wUliberiir
in bonds, be iaour choice for the next Gov
ernor of Ohio. I
1 10. That we, knowing thai & aUtaflan
digbnm has violated no law, earnestly call
upon the Governor of Ohio, and npon the
President of toe United States, if they re
spect the laws and right of American cid
tttut, if thy erouid not eet man against bis
brother, that they immediately restore him,
as boner, right justice and eeaity reo uir te
fail bom among his friends, who will , never
leave the ship or the eood old Union while a
plank it left. . . .
11. laatuie proctedmc of tmt meeting
be signed by the Chairman and Secretary
that the Eatoa Democratic Press, Cincinnati
Daily Enquirer, Dayton Empire, Hamilton
True Telegraph, and Columbus Crisis be re
quested to publish them, and cony' be sent
to our President, Abraham Lincoln.
J. B. Chairman.
L. G. GOULD, Secretary.
Train in New York.
At he'.reconrJinrjifcMBe peace
meeting, held in New York, Geo.
Francis Train made 'omo of his
cliurauteriativa)cef.'hes, from which
we take the fol fowl ng extracts:
Hffi tloelareil himselt t Copper
head, Tu favor of the Union, tha
Constitution vlud, the laws. It was
not a Coppeircad that tcmpto'l
Eve iu th garden of Edeu, but a
black snaker 'If was'' the' grcutcst
burlesque on , free speech mat he
had ever seen,; for. .(wo or three
thousand men .to put one .out fyr
disagreeing wuhi tlto others! lie
stood here to iiigli't to defend that
much-ubuBcd auimal-the donkey.
In his travels over .the world he
had not oftotl eecn another animal
show as much sagacity as a real
donkey. He was hero to night to
defend Abraham Lincoln. ir.eat
contusion. : . Mr. Lincoln moved
iu mysterious way his wonders
to perform.' , lie had. distinctly
said that . his proclamation was a
"Pope's Dull arainst a comet?' aud
yet he issued it. 'Why ? The Gov
ernors who met at Altoona told
him he must abolish slavery or
abolish the Union and he issued
his proclamation to draw their fire.
It was by that proclamation, by il
esra arrests, the ereat conservative
party had carried Indiana, Illinois,
Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York,
and Now Jersey. Surely Mr. Lin
coin moved in a mysterious way
wonders to perform. Great
Tho Abolition party said that
slaves were not property ; yet Mr.
Lincoln hud said that if Congress
would' provide for buying slaves
in the District of Columbia, he
would sign the bill for the abolition
of slavery in the District. By that
act, and by offering to buy all the
slaves in the Union, Mr. Lincoln
had recognized slaves as proparty,
and slavery-was t .day stronger
than ever ia the LJnited btates.
Mr. Lincoln eaid that the Consti
tution did not justify secession:
yet, that if Congress would divide
Virginia,, ho would sign tho bill
Mr. iiiucoin.was a wotiuertui man
a very long man as long" as
the State of Illinois, with tho Illi-
rrols State Central Railroad ran
ninir right throogh him and ft its
tion at Galena, . ,
The Abolition party sid that
Seward must resign Mr.: Lincoln
aid, Hyhase' jou resign' loo; both
of : you ct ,:ool at ? that door I
Will take you in atJfUis tjier . aud
they dldl yrehiout Wab tho boy in
iie Kirecasiie, and tnougni no was
cftritairt of 'th ship. Bat tho teterk
in tho olQcW traar, never allowed to
Icttirtv. tWcbeoko-r.of ;coiire,. Ltn
co n k.tckeI lunt out. when the
Repiijdican party ' put hint 'off into
a mountain, and tlte:deVil fBrrVpted
Jvirwto go luto tho -walley.t ; They
would rcnipiUMei .itljftjifqraqnt
cried when they put Pope over font,
and resumed in 'the iace 6f tho ene
my.1' lie onght id have been cash.
redJ 'Kotiod ho w ;.Fremont ' has
JseeiUnifltwgft4?bytLiiieolp. i Every-
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command and i roat comrfjand'. '
Das ho got it? Uis principal out
was to go between tt., Louis and 4
Washington! to - teo - wbntj thoy : .
wanted, of him, I wl-1 1 '
was, that ho wao, jjuot' tbo ''mn lo "t. .
take, chart of niggor brigade.':
Ut. Lincoln- moved in tnyUriouo .,
war his wo'tider to perform,
You. have 1bo ptr. Linooln tho
rroasest iniastice and 1 arise bef, ;j
in opposition to my friend from',
Alabama lo defense of tho darkey. '
When the Conscription Bill waa ''
before Congress, Mr. Lincoln mod- '
estly asked for ho fs ' modesty
man "Will you allow mo to in
sert one clause T" " Yera,'! said tho
Abolition Senators. "Then," said
he, "You must' not exempt tho 4
clergymen;, thoy brought on thl
war, they have been preaching .
'nigger' tor twentyitlvo years, and .
now wc must put them in.'' .
Men have run the railroads In
this country East and West, but
Gotl Almighty is his own engineer
and has put the mountains anO tho i
rivers North and South ; and what
God bus joined together, let, no..'
damnable (Secessionist and nodanu
nabl Abolitionist tear asunder.
Applause. : ; ) ii'u:,-.
A young lady of New Bedford"
was intimately acquainted' in :a '
family in wjkcli lherewas.a "Avect,
bright little boy of sonie-e years,
between whom 'and herself thero
sprang up a tender muuuinp. uaa.
day siio Paid to him; ,
" lllic, do you Iovo mef
'Yes, iudfcctL" horeplied, with
a ctiwging-liisaA ' . ov '
'How mucUVft 1
"Why, I love yon I lovo you
up to the sky."
Just then his eyes fell on his
mother. Flinging his arms abovt
her, and kissing her passionately
"But mamma, I love yon away:
op to God." " '
CharTea Iatub,. playing whist
with Uazlitt, when., the carvls,werd
nearly as dirty as his ; hands, .said,
to him, Hazlitt, if dirt were trumps, .
what a tiuo hand vou would have..'
aaJjieut Uaymond, (white) TUh
tified iu the projected . negrd'?ei
ment, in the District of Columbie,
at a late meeting, gratuitously
gave the information that Whoever
insulted a negro soldier ria; hit
presence should insure his lifeTn
advance. ' ' '' :i
MiTliere have been shipped,'
from Liverpool to Northern ports
during this war Bixty thousand
muskets, three huudreu and "event,
ty thousand naes, and titty two
millions percussion caps. , ' ,
PoRThrr or a Contractor: Hof
ace Gfeeley's fancy sketch or If tie J
poitraitratn,er, of a swindling' go'j'
ernmeut contractot is a fiae 'piee
of huhiorvaiid if it were riot' loW
sorrowfully true; might wel cU
"unejctiiiijuirthable laughter '? "t
If we had the artist's hand knf
eye necessary for the purpose' :atid
equal to it, we should like to model!
a contractor of the cormorant spe
cies; and to lecture , upon this lay
bgure torougn tbe tax-paying cit
ies and hamfots of the North. Tho
face should be' of , brass, moulded
from guns long since burst; ' the
heart of iron made from bits of un
serviceable mortara; the paunih
ahould be etuffed with rusty pork
and moldy-' bread; but the feet
should be of pure treasury gokl; a
round the , shoulders we would
drape a piece of, cauvac cut (row a
discarded tent; upon the legs( we
would put a pair pr shoddy;, lucx
pressibles; in the haau ve wQUlii
.put a pisto, dangerous only to, tho
user; wpile slioea witn papeir soles
should guard the goldeo t'aet tab
wiole.(be,ptuctiL for tbe'fldpiiri
ation ot, atarulucn ifojhtnuiiit,
upoii a chair constructed frotjii 'Ibb
.trmber; of some poridcnipeS fatii
pqr.t, bought, foe. ai great jprWeayd
. wortb, p';)iyttt;.afv;.' Uoii
t;cJ...'i .' )?. !f ,!::, .3 ,d. Imi ;noT