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For Freedom and Nationality n. c. inFiH K". r.ditor. WEDNIviDAY MOKNING, JULY 30, 1805. The nornl Apr ot the lr for . ll I'nlon. Ye are bo much in (he habit of looking at the political apects of the present war, thai we often forget that moral in terests of the grandrdt-cliaracter ar alto involved in the fate of the Union. There is something ,of far more importance than commerce, navigation, manufactures, banks, or slavery, wrapped up in the for tunes of onr country; if is the moral welfare of present and future million of human beings. Patriotism is not only a political, but a religions duty ; no man can be a chrintian and not bo a patriot. A patriot hrrt his Country, and sotks her welfare with more than the ardor and more than the fidelity that a love offers to his niistiens. . To disturb the peace, or check the )HroKresx, tr throw a rhailow over the haonlnens of the land if his birth, which fi-cds and protects him, is in the eycH of euc,b a man tb'i blackest in gratitude. 1'or his country lie lives, and for his country he would die. It in in sober earnestness of soul that ho repeals the noble sentiment of the old poet : In tt' firtim fjf Jtrfi pntHa WAHl - 11 la m M unrl Rli'Murm to d o for (rut cumlny. Let us retmnuber too that jnliiiwM' u rqnibtie m i greater viitur atid a Itiyltor duly than in an oligarchy, an aristocracy, or a lie narcby. ' Man was marie in the imag of C'Qd, with , a soul as immortal as that of his Creator, and aspirations which cannot (lie, and "thoughts that wander through eternity ;" and from tfod he received the power and right to govern himself. All governments then, save free governments emanating from the people are illegal, are usurpations, and "patriot ism dyes, not inyojye obedience to' nuch governments us it doe t a republic In this Whr for (he Union, we are lighting for freo govcrnniont one whose firm funnU la imjirwctl, ollltowjli ill leluiU vuii be. It is literally true (hat wo are fighting fo sustain (he "best government in (be world." It is the Tjcgt', Ventre "it leaves the uuud mifcttprfcd, and, gives it its largest tlevolopruelit. It is the boht because it leaves- nil its citizens to follow (hat mode of life most conge nial to , tltuir cenius and feelings. It is tho lxst, boeause it excites . a land able nmbitlon'in the minds of all, and allows, the humblest a reasonable hope of reaching tho mobt honorable and ro sponsiblu positiou. It is the best, bucuust! il citizens are free, not only as regard' (ho allium of this life, but arc left to their own consciences and judgments as to their duties in ret-pect to (he next How much better-is oaf condition in this than that of (he pcoplo of - the Old World, who, iu some countries are not allowed to worship at all, save in a cer tain prrpcribed mode, and in others are (axed to support a creed which they de (est? Our advantage otcr other nations in this is infinite ; aud yet hardly ever re nu'iiibercdj like (ho ..ws.ter, and the air which wc notice .not until their abseiie. in gome foul ' cave or horning desert, reminds us how' precious tlity are ! Alas that we 89 ol'tun nco.uot the brightness of our iilejsings uptil they bftvif, lull us fotTTer! "The canso of-(rood morals, and all other virtues which artrm :oeii lifu (leptind (f a great Jegiee, upon (1ie"malft' tainahl'e.iof , our Ctovti'tiiiuintt ...Vty. mean not "that the death of the Gnvcraiiiciit would be" Hid death df virtue, bnt (hat Mis' fail, of the fo'riiur Would ' inflict terrible injury upon the latter. .AVe, scjs already how much (heviisc of manly honor has leen blunted, how' ft regard for pledges and oufWIiaH been lessched, how the enormous ci lino ol" perjary has come to be regarduil a liUle tbiy;; in the minds of tlioiiniiibi who once panned tor bc.rupu ly tioneKt' men. -On (he uide of. the Union are (iilh and honor ;' oil thc'mde of disunion are perjur aiitj dishonor J Tub rebellion bo 811 ii) lraud, deception, nnl jh rjury, and. its ,.uiot. orojnioejit leaders its master fpiritn are men who Lrolti "thtir ' voluntary "mid reiterated pledge; disregarded their oalli of ofllee, with (lie intivi phamulcsM vUYoutt'i'y, and bent all their energies to dealroy the very (iove'1'iimelit whic h tiny hid Mleniii-- sworn to support!. To the sin of per jury aud breach of IruM, they ndTlcd Ihel't and robbery. Tliev prniWyd,, liU ticticrM 15i ckvku, lo bu training soldiers . "for the Vnilrd Mates KHrvioi, v hile they secretly taught their soTdlcvs, mostly thoughtless and inimaluie young men, . that it was their duly, as uuihem gen tlemen, to rebel against Lisan.ni'n Uov en.ineii.' ir was this want of faith, , this piinie lull Tity, so n among- hymen only ;, la- JJiniottc i'f .the Cioi-pil, itli an inifttnotMi conU-uipt fur tbu laws of r,on and their country, privately instilled tho name puison into tho minds of their congreSnioiiH. lluw nat , the' danger to morals, l. pto..j (..m-hers of religion l.rr..n,. ii ),igh.pi u!U u( vice and corrupt,,,,, Agi,,t ihig advancing llood of i,ii.iiitv i. an,,,, s of the L'uion St. mil like the dyk .f Holland that defy I he nioro.i. iiincnt ,1,. ip . , . 'i.-eoiian. 10 tif .1 t.i l he alliuks ,,r t. r 1 . woii.n degrailo 111c moral s ni.u,L, dar l of onr natum lower t ". and al:in 'n ihime of avaeS (heni(.eUc. Ami wc r,nlv in (ha uiiijiil of (hi lebi limn do n s, ,. , dmifard of morals, but iM i n t a iuy in ci-rasc ill' ila nireii. Vli aha'l said of iti oianuatinii of baiula et rul. ber and In rli'iol. rs to roam al will over tho cutuitry, plundering houses, rob- bing hop:tals, and shooting vnarmed travellers by tbs wayside? What (-hall be said ,f maraofers who deHlrny the private properly of (heir own friends, and who aro commissioned to act as land pirates, privateers on dry ground, seiz ing and confiscating property at will? A people who will connive, much more aid such outrages, are not far from feing as demoralized as the miserable inhabi tants cf Mexico. The more we coiitx m plate this last phase of the rebellion, the more do we seo the imperious necessity incumbent on all the friends of good morals and social order (oaid in striking down this' rebellion, as the great foe of public and private virtue. Are we to sink to a nation of thieves and robbers'.' Are we to have traitors, as. ouf h,'rw? Are wc to begin the new ordr of things by trampling under foot all those virtues hich were' the ornament -and glory of our ancestors? Arc tlie founders Of the new government to bo the greatest crim inals of the age, perjurors, robbers and ropudiatnrs ? Beginning at Such a depth, will, eiiclt a millstone of iniquity fasten- eued to our nweks, at what point, short of tha profuundcut. depth, of hell, can wo etpect to stop? - Christian patriot, man of honor, fiiertd of pure morals, not pa- trv'lisni only, but virtue herself Stretches oul her unspotted bands and implores you to Save the Union, from the retm-PH-lcsa tyranny of (reason. : t'lRlillns; with I'rocluiiiBlloUK When will tlio I'resident aud Generals ce.lse deluging (he land with fruitless proclamations to. tharcbvls and, refer the whole 'matit to (he stern arbitrament of the sword? The fjovernment has of fend amnesties again and again, but the re1ols .Jiave laughed at (hem. " Ifyon cuuld whip us,"lhov say, ."you v,-ould not w-nsde yonr breath in theso illo words." The lloinhn Senator, wc nre told, once decreed jthat t-'ATii-iNE, was a publlo' ene my, and set a .day .before which lime his followers wore-allowed to lay down their arms without being innlested."- 'Tet'' says (he historian, "after (lifHc two proclamation of the Senate, out of so great a multitude of persons neither had any one revealed I ho, conspiracy, for the reward offered, nor had any ono descried the camps )f CatiUnb: so deadly a dis case like a plague had seized the-minds f many of the citizens"."' Tho American Senate aud Vitsiilunt,, ami (incrals jiavft also' threatened and entreated in vain and tlotv we invoke the nation- ( make i(s last appeal, lo the ''tfailorg- by (he proclamation of uiunkcts, bayonets and cannon. , . ,i ... tienntor Pwell. A grntlenianof tinimjicaehablo veracity informed us that some weeks ago he was oonvi ru'rg with 'Bveral of ' (he Fouthfrn Union members of Congress, in Washing lon, when i'nator Towi'.ix - approached. " Well, rown.i.," said one of the Union men jocularly, " I think well have you all right before. long; you aro coming over (o our side." "Coming hell,'.'. re plied tho" patriotic and polislred -Senator from Kentutlvy, "you "arc 'cohiln'g over to my sidu." . Jt.is. cTideut that (his hy pocritical creature does not consider himself as on (he side of (he .loyal inuu a( all. Mow long will Kentucky tolerate this sccoudJrsp. 1). I'iucut? Vc lose all patienco when wc think how Jicuiucky, loyal. tilate, btill toler ate 'iovrnoii lAiKi-rhiN, alter bis in fa'-, inotis' Kllcnce in regard tc MuRrtAN's.ruiU.. ThatVileiia' thviihfiTit ofn IrMtoTi- wolooinuiS J 1ms. inv.-idiiijj marauders" to ' (heir work-of robbery andumrdvi-. ,,Ma ovrrrrv could refuse (roops -to l'rctiident Lis oi.N,' coutd' llif-c-'afen "to n-pel'-afrin- vaHionof.loyal troops, but nheii the rebel liiwso. thiol' and .. luouey-rvbber .conies and butchers intioeent eitiaetls, ftnd uior naces (tie t-'aplffd of Kentucky his liim ar svaIi d. , Xo man of the least 'honor of self-respect would retain Uuyyruvr M. Ci(i:rnr' -jdRee one day, aid he,. who has ncitlirr bouur niir self-rc-pect, irtains it solely will, the hope that lie I'na'y l-able by some accident lo ,ai;sf'er Kentucky to Jh,''. U.vvis. Cieueral lmvi.i: arrost hinil Uis piopvr place i l'or I Warren, and his proper companion would lc (,! i at "carft v" (rer.ture LaiaRcs r.iwri i,. . . The iciy victories of a civil war are liaut;ht with sad M.'K i i'-i'S to the hearls of the loyal. . tiALi Vl iu .recoi ilni th defeat of ('ATAT.itr, the Conspirator, by ihulu'iuaii army, adds: "Xor had the army .of .the Kuiiian people w on a , yinl orabloodlos victory; fir . every valiant soldier had either fallen in buttle, or de parted "severely wounded. Hut many who had fou'ie' from '(he ' camp, f the sake, of accui& r galluiiny; spoils, .-,, I,,,,, 'itfi.v , I tiu L.iilii.a of ihe euelllV , . ,u, m k(l found, some u fremr, snme n picsi ami o lei a k111.-1u.1n. oiiu' a;- rcfognmii , . mm 11 i ',i llirir eiuiiiii'S, , 1 bun through, the (Uttiy , ,. ., , 1 . s....t. :J.r,;,i,iJi,lmf,'i,ilw,.i f r.. u 1. 1,'ti 1 s (fin 1 T in H t iirilifi M txf I 11 1 1 1 and Abel 01, , "larger s.'ale tlua When it wa. enacted iu ( NVJiat scourge fir (he .minors ." a crimo bo , , , , ,, , 1 . ,, , , blank, can be allorded 111 (hn 'dark nmn- Well IV f h.-UV " The Congressman or editor who threat - ' ins that he Mill not ue his inlluenoe to ' :,.,. ... ',,,;i ,. , 1 r I i , . , .0 . . Kiwii 1 adopted, is. wrluallr a liu.tor, 1 1 . ' 1 and is anling and romfortinc traitors l.et!nr tiii.h a one (all f,iiiiilf a ui:it, lit nub! ii an or Al.i'liii"n,t, li tra'.lor, and tu',lti ui.it a. In 1.1. e one. )lIu. is s S-ceMBioi.itM, trad the aciin,t cf M, , (.A.s's Viilal.ie l uljlilud til llm l ivcin- na'i l.'n 1 can, il.t. robber. 1 1", and iteti defend, if y ui a, ti i t!,ii Miliar hi'hwiiy "Washington Correspondence. WakiIinoton, July 21, iw'E Corrgrtss has adjourned, and "WrL-i-AiU'V is quiet. After a long and im jiortant session (propably the most im portant ever , held) the Thirty-seventh Congress is a thing of the past. Hut its work is before the people, and posterity will thank the noble palriotiuu which has upheld I lie integrity uf our country strengthened the hands of tha l'rcsidtiit legislated wis-dy for the picscut crisis of the natiou, and yet, amid (he excite ments and turmoil of existing flril'e, has passed (h'j dpleudid ILomesteail Hill and the 1'acific llailroad I i 1 1 and establishtd the Agricultural Iiurcau mensHt a which gain nppLufe now, but' whose lull ap preciation will come with tho coming generation, and not before. No ono who ulll altentivtly study (he prnoecdiiigaof the last seven mo nths will fail lo jar ceive that vast woik li.is luen accom pliblied, and with. less. laLk than at uny previous session. It is noticable, Uus absence of Pp"ech-miik!ng. A vxil,nj Congress, the last. " Kobably it is beJ cause bolh tienate ami iioiue have been weeded of (hat bombastic, strtaUi d lightning, wordy class of politicians who como hero to tulofcize" the "peculiar in stitution,'.', aud heap abuse on all who doubted (he divinity of slavery- 'i hey have gone, (he'chivalry; and (ho Nation al Capitol is no longer a bar-room.; They have .Rone: ,, and . Wkbhinston Seceasia sigh for a - Honatorial . bubipcoiiing or House duel. ' They have gone; and speech is at last fr-'c Tho wdrld does move. . There lira two classes of repn-bcnla fives lit 'Congress :!ie (alkers iild the workers. ' It is h 'quiet man generally that turns (he 'wheel oT tate.' If the country knew the .vast amount of person al, actual labor performed in committee by men wh'd scarce make n half hour's speech iii a whole session, (hey wonld better appr.eciatu souip of the silent oues; Sir. K'lHKRllKiK, as clerk of tho House, has won us ihttch reputation for power, ful working qualities- as he formerly had .for oratory,. ..Amid , tho babul of Ili6 House, with a dozen member . ou their feet at once, a dozen motions pouring in, pnges darting to theTlcsk with resolu tions, reports, amendments'," 'hills, the clapping of liaiids, and the hnm flf (he gallery, (he Secretary sit?, cool and keen, watching, wai(ing,eToking order from the seeming chaos, and rapidly systematiz ing evory thing. It U ouu of the most ar duous of positions,. but Ttnnessfe's fa vorite son' EH.-l'!Tin:itffviK, has fully fill ed (tic plaid ' It is to be hoped that tho Legislature will return l.iiii to (he fen ate, 'His past record gives splendid fu (r.re promisH. The adjournment of Congress generally leaves Wuhhiugton a Sahara, but not so now. The advance -guard of the new levy of troops is beginning (o hiiu in, and in a little while. Washington .will again be a enmp. I am more- and more asuiiilied at (he wonderful rf soai'oes of our country After the heavy drains al ready made, the patriots arc still iiuiner ous eno'Tgh to tight the world for (he Light.' 'This ir th'f gleaninp, but some of the best "bheavis have becii left. The ma.terial now pm'iug in is c(jual in phy sique and delcrpiin lioa lo lliftt now (in ih'o' biittli'-fleld. A'-noblo emulation,, of prompt' pa.i iotisni 'betweeti 1he 'States will sooji giu ut) tho, new; (juota. If dial will not -do (ho work, w cm get more, tjno thing is -morally certain : The peo ple have. "demanded, ftnd the gvTcrumiit Iuh idvldod, to .wage tliir. -,viir -,r.V, if need be, till .i'pubL'.'aniialil ia vindicated and ovfr'i-wuntry is omv'Tlm'n ar atbjst ii lo' l'e.'cairied oil " as" a' war - end the fulvel, j;lv'e wiH V ujiU-'ed by tht Iron hand, thai will crash, out the lust spark of "treason and eehellinnv lioiural J'tn: has giveii' Virginia a tasto of what she may cxpei i,. l will, have, "a good ffTcct. Holtf word wont tu."n.av,-ay ttnj;e,r in the cas ill' a relinl-- but military pule will. "" "' - v. u. s. Th."ie iViof (1,'nibt fli.it Hie alfai ut j Xlurlrtfiilioro most sham- ful one. i H w as infamous. ' It seetns t-fus that-the hanging or shnodng of the guilty ndii-ers I would lie (he Jur pntiishtni'Ttt of mn h j ttleeious Iieglei t cr ditly." ' TheVe has J been a great deilt turt inU'c h of tuieh heg lect, and sonic of The noVl Serious I'liioi, r.-vei si-s 'are' a-'e1 idaldc t i. How Jong will tin -ill-juilgeu lornrjrance oi iiio ( iovei nnu id lab, aflcr having lasted nnii h' tun long ulready'.-' ' 'The ju i ate solilier is shot or hung lor every p rions delinquency.' And ye: the lives of all the soldiers" nnd sulmrdinate ofliciisand the honor and suit'chs of the ,j, nations amis are fhrvillcrd or pot to I .. -. 1 1,- , iniYi 1 1 (1 iii . Art.t ittilm.ltf iij , . u.ifliM '. . ...i. ......... ... ' ' 1 v, l,r. .,..l t-veli ceiiMited. 'W' suppose lid Stte of tilings will rr ... , , , 1 1 1 . .fc i . . ....... I ., , 1 K.,,,11....- I.r..tli- 1 ' " ' roii. K ho arc making such , "irrogulii" . , , ' , , oiiiioMtion (0 the tioie".nn,fnt, have pi r- .uadcd.i'Ur goM-inpicnt to plaie a guard! 1 " ' 9 ii.ii Ms r't-t oh.epMieH. crab- W1 f. i"l,ul"" uv" I Mouth. U'hilc iiur guU'i nuuint is ein- . . , , jnoyen inrir wK ...i-, cxiiceted to allcud to snell lime mauers 1I1, 1 Vui fi eeshoiii' sum under or puiiiidi 'lUe.M-afrr cowardine.r negligence. i'UI !,!. A t. l:.j- liiLwXi.f.' There are. r,iv :i,lli'lrh.J l'iiii'-'l1HI' '''' 1 which i I irited u l'ea 1 ateJi l.-lua, in ' the P.Ijw mo ltiver, ' fajd Oihsm f the ' . . . 1 ,....: 1 r-'iiur unny ..- u '"' ' l '""" d. A Mnet scrveillaiice ii iiAilitiii-d Wi.r t ie j r,. 1 diier. The i venue autter iKibbiuln-a otl ' th' I!;in,t, read ('" fcnperalc airamul anT altniii'ts t.i etiiai..'. ' NW t-irrsckM .T bri'-k are belli- lonjtru. led Milhin tho i fort (or thf Union ollieers and SoMiirs. A T1ot Vrnlrloni l'ractlrf. A Virginia lettiT writer says: Mrs. Ciiaiu.ks J FArLUNrn is (be wd IKst and most rtpcriyticcd ilirmml in the V alley of Tiiginia. HU is ijorc dangerous than TVlle Hovd, Wcftnse sbw is more adroit, ami has larger social in fluence and greater means of aconiplish inir, her purposes. Mie is even now al most nightly inviting roterb s of otir young ollieers t'i her houe. M;e ami her two daughters have, been lavishing (heir most courtly blandishments upon them, and, ere they know it, ere they have perceived their purpose, ail the in-tellii't-ocr t!i y dirp is extract d. As a matter of course; onr plans, our move ment, the numbtr of our troops, aud the direction ol their march, or llie number in p.it rison, aro duly transmitted to Kich tnond by the" tiye-wsy post ronh a lucli (he nbeld have all through (his valley. We believe that it is a common pracliee, ' wherever qur armif 8 have gone, for" many of our ofliers to visit rebel families freely. In the present slate of (he country wo cannot but regard it as a practice frairght with (he most dang lous results to our armies. It leads' to "the disclosure t thousands of things to (he spits of tho enemy, which prudent command rs would keep scrie t even from their friends. Loy al editors, would bo imprisoned for pub lishing the wry information which Some susceptible Liiutenant has already im parled (o - some oiitmy with w horn lm is enamored. ' " M'Hmelul. I .tt ir.(. )etnr 'f lint r!;pyfr WakuinuTon, July 2',,1SG. Il is amusing to see (ho impunity with which the numerous sympathizes with rebellion in this metaopolis v.ejj, titate their sentiments prhately and pub licTy., .Here under (he yery eyes and in the very presence of (he Administrative l'owers, there is a cool sty lp pf (reason able speech indulged in, w hich if prac ticed in Alexandria or 1'ahimore, wonld consign tiie audacious ullerer or writer, to the four walls' of a prison. What makes it still more remarkable is, that many of these advocates of Kebellion are actually acquiring wealth . from the Government they delight lo dishonrin the enjoyment of contrai ls and other pecuniary favors, which, strange lo gay, arc bestowed upon (heui as (hough disloyally 'com manded a premium, and in spile of the proofs of the un worthiness of tho rcceipi euts. There is ono. individual, in , par ticular, now enriching himself by con tracts for hospital furniture, who hesitates not (o vent his aversion (o tho mere sight of a Federal soldier, aud grows pale with rage, if an army wagun should obstruct the way of hi carriage! who has never helped the Government to on dollar in its financial liuudd, but is lavish of luxuries upon tho rebels incarcerated here: We hear of similar things being tolera ted in many portions of Tennessee and even in IS'nehville. Mention . theiu am people will exclaim "Oh (hat must be Slopped; but (his stereo(ype phrase con cludes the matter, and rebels continue (o grow rich off tho Government. Is it, strange (hat the development! of I'uiou Bcntiiiituit in the South is slow amidcir cuuistanc.es so adverse? How caii a gov ernment make or even . retain fi iupds, when it favors its enemies? Wo hear it said that Hie .tuupa;,y raised for heme defence bv our ciluetis has been ex' iting' a good influence--already ou (ho rebels around us. Why van we col have a few more couipanies of the satin character raised? I'rtewen . (,f Nashville, this is a most mnmnntoiia time for you and your children) ' if yon do mrt lako up the, uiuskut to defend yotir rights now againsC a corrupt oligarchy,, who hate labor and -despise laboring men, you will assuredly wear tho yoke of bondage ou your nncks- , )' '-ave .Southern rijinfs trv tiuht for the right of edocutiug yi.ur children the rigid of sull'isge Iho l ight of free g iv rnhieid the light to defend yourselves against foe nsurpatiotorof a steadily encroaching' aristocracy.' These rights are "in ' (Tarig"r. Strike-Tnf thun boldly and they are yours forever! ' . 1 W Sir lo b TlHIe 'Ajcsrearl l Ci " .. . iNi mu iU lijij.mi'ii.,! IMoh. Ji.i 1? '. ' 'Movements in Tennewsoe and Kentucky an-rnr well. -The psniein Nashvills and 1iiuistiHe shows the terror with, which the enemy, cnnfi innlutes aggre.sbivo ac (ion hy our ainiiis. We accept, the do moiist rat ions - in ,lu W'ml as a promise that the war is (a Uj. pushed w ith vigor at all points. Tho-lalt! insurance of tho rrcsident (hat our standai'ds are to be borne beyond (he eon fines of tlivt'onfed eracy sent a thrill through thecountry. Wo expect to hear soon than oqtj of , our niobt .tmrgetie, intrepid and successful Jeaders has made good this prom ic of the Coiuuiaudcr-in-Chicl. The summer I. pats, which the enemy would so gladly tise hi ri sting his army and recruiliug'Ifs hrok .ii ranks, u our opportunity.' II will not (hi for us to lio hliil b.icausci flio enemy makes no movement, That is precisely W luit w ould suit him In si. 'J'itnC to linn UHW is everything. We must hunt hiiu un,, fcivtt him 'no rest, jlrcvch! ' om enlr:i lioiis' and n iiiforeeinenls, break lip his coiubiualions, and by carrying t tie War where wc ph ase, iiihlt-ad of carrying ihe var k Iu re, he pfeasis, stiike at IiIh very vitals. Ihir troujis Lave hhowti that all they require is lo be shown the foe and properly led aainbl him.' They know their atreiith, ll,( V 1 i-rei iafe. the stake for whiiil they light, tin v have measured ,n :i,i f,,r it - tl,,,,,..- , ,1U ,y Wl(1 com,te.jt leadeis aiv all they : .'."V-. ' I .-I . I I . ( ieiierallll 'Tt.Kii seelni th llavs a .ecu liar faculty for Duding the swords of Cuiitd States ollieers. The other day a deluttivc t-ei)t I) tiMteh a 'slib'e w here it was lunUratoad tint aims, be longing to a recreant Sun f ux.l'refiiliJiit Tii.tr, were coiiceiied. Among a v iri 1 ly (,f weapons found under (ho tl . c r uf l iK. Mablo was (U a-lccai.t hword 1.10- 1 l0 .,,i, n,u. irlJ lUjt.l 1 ' Lr tin- Sull. of Kiai,1;ir. it will ncnl t . . - . , ;.-inriI J'a.h.'b. ( iiiuui.sry tu nerul .f ilia lulled iiHiii aruiy, and a brother of (ho gallant-hrro of the Muu;i r. rj";-" I"h- re wit lost tvciiiji onsJ.Mn- ' dred and f'tl v-ocf1 i risi'ia n iu U.e Mil I .'Ury l'liuii 1:1 I Lis uly. I inii rii'm r, niiii u.iuti. i The abstract i f the results of the l.iiil.t'i Census, as (in nisl-.ed by Ihe Kn ! j;ei ,n".ei,(lon of It, at llureau, uV. ' i-, i soiiiv lacts and iifteelinn of cor.iiderahle id IrrcKt. No Stnte has declined in ponij. laii-ui. Although Teat nod 31mn t'lta. In m having ti,(ii unsc;t!cd teili tot it lea ears sii.ee, by i ou.pirisoii ovr their ccndilion w hen v su ssed of litlio or ro population at ail, exhibit a growth of l"1! per cent, iu the lorlner and nearly ;iHO per cent, in the latter. llii:i"is (akisthe had in fertility oT population and resource, having risen from n popu lation iu l"Oiot i;,T, ll.", to 1,71 l.'.i.M in habitant in ISf.Uj beinjj a gain of l)li per cent. " " ' ' . . Ht tnrfe a rmpnla(ioi), iikh liau uuuL ling itself iu ten years, hy ihr regular course of settU nient and natural increase, Is will. out apxrallcl, which Iiiinois his It i'ne couditKu to Attained, under (he progics of tho last thirty years, is a luocuuieni o, wie na'nsnigs .o, inuuHiiy, enterprise, peace and I'ufl Institiitious. The growth of Indiana iu populaliou, (hough less extraordinary than that id' her .ii-inlihomift f-wtf, has .been most satisfactory, her gain during tho decade having been thirty-sit per cent. Michi gan, Ww-cousiii, mill Iowa, liavo partici pated to the full extent in ihe surprise ing development of the Northwest. The remarkable heall IiIuIiicks of the climate of tl.at region seems to fnore than com ), nsate for its rigors, and the fertility of the new soil It-ads men eagerly to contend with and overcome the harshness Of the elements. The energies (bus called into action have, i' a few J rors, made the .States of iho Northwest the gianary of Kurope, ami (hat section of our I'ltinii Vlhich, within (he retuilecfimi of living men, was a wilderness, is now (he chief source of supply in Seasons- of scarcilf for the sull'uring millious of another con tinent.' lew Vork hs -incresed bom 1 lo 2,H8tl,75. eslubiliug an aug tneiitation of 78l!,ofl inhabitants, being at the rate of 2.' per cent. The free col ored population has fallen oil' 61 since 1800. ..The gain 'of I'frlDsy Irani has been in round numbers Oyij,(K)Q. . Ju that Sftatc Jhe' free colored have increased1 about ;j,()00. ........... , Vermont has irmained a Inn is I. station ary, haying gained during (he last ten Tears but one-third of ono per rent. ; S'ew Hampshire. per cent.; Maine, 7.7-1 per ct in. ; Soulli Carolina has gain ed f.'7 er ciint. AiKiJi all its, population, white and colored, the iuorcaiuof whites, however, bcinft but I'l.'J.V and the re maiuder free colored and slaves. .Tluuc are in "that rotate (l!l t freer colored, in habitants, aud. . flic, rale of iUcrcas among them is larger llim in any other State. South Carolina has made slow-cr nroirrcss durinu tho last Wnu than anv oilier in tho fioiiih, having lidvahcfcd'only lrom 27.1!7 1 2S.7a inhabiluuts tu thu square mile.. Tennessee has niadu but the mode. tale gaii. of lU.GSjptfr cent, for nit classes. Of this aggregate increase the WliifeS have gabled at the rate of V " t per cent, upon 18')0, (he frtjo cO'wud 13.li, aud slaves 1-. u " ......... . J U.I7, ' . ' ' . .... , The nex( highest- in (liolist of S.niil e. it States in Virginia, whose gain upon her agtiregato iiopulatiou iu J.SGU was voui'? (o 12.23 per cent.- The white class sained 17.(ti per tent. ; fhu slaves "P.S ner te.it ' " 1 . joking cqrssirily over tho returns, it Kjjieais liiat l lie fifteen hluvVhwhling Niatcs contain 1J.2 KMMKl inhabitants, ot' whom 8,(j:V.I,000 arc whiles, 25!,'W ,.1'r. c colored persons, and vl.'l.'jttoul) aro sluvcs. 1 he actual gam o( the w hole population in fiiise Stales from lo"0 ,tu lb'O y. as equai to 27.o'i per tent. The skives ad vanced in numbers 2,'V ft per cciif. The nineteen free Stites iod ieveu Territo ries ' tentnincd 1 2H1,M0 persons, of w bom 18,i)'.Hi, o7'.l wuru whife and 2'!7, 218 free colored. The increase of IkIi tlasbes wiw -11.2-1 per cent. No more satisfactory indication of the advaiicir.g jirospcrily of the country could be de sii eil, 1 1 1 ii :i-1 1 1 ir- feueial aud runui -kablu progress in populntinn. It. is duo to caj dor lo ht.r.c tlut the maikcd disjiropor-' lion between the rate of gain iu the Nui th and South ttpeijtiv( ly, is (o some cxien( caused by the large .number of iuuui granls Who Settle in (lie 1'ormer scctitui, on account of congeniality of climate, the variety lit (Ji'cupntinii,, (In1 dignity wherewith respwtahln employ iiwiil is in vested, find Ihe freedom of l.ilxir. v ' -The iolluwi:i tsluuale hal'o been computed oti the assumption (lint thu laic of tho labt fen 'years, 21.0, Rhall e'on linut' twenty years longer, al'ler which the rale is diiiiiui.slicd to 20.0 until tho do.-iu of (he present CCntuty, fnf'lho col ored jKipulalhin ,.....'. v . riwfcAui.E riTfiiE ;-oi,H i.ati jrr offnc I'MI-l lHI KTATKS , ' . I"- Inii ,t ' " r t t-'.'.r " . in, . I,i, ' wli i i ,i oVM; lsyo, .'. .,.1117,1.10 -12,020, l."J2 1HKI,'-T ;.".PI.a7'J fB,;.(,'.-l I ly'.'U, '- -' - 7,!"iifi,'..V 77;VM,9 iuui, - -'- ty,4ui, i'j . Too.""io,u2 ' . Ihe fears of thu South as Iu Ihe i 1 of their slaves r pi-oved bv thu otuim to liavc lieeu un Ion ii i It d, for it appears that while theie escaped l-oui thmriuiis (era 101 1 s'avirs iu lr,",0, or one eaeli Dlii.'i held iu LoiiJage",' f bi'fn? about l..'!0 er fent.,) (hiring the :eum yuur i-ml r i June J, lsij'i,otit or spojuilatioMfiC V7 slaves, ilirro oneaped only .''OlS,. bcin; one to about Mmsi or at the rale, of IXU of ono per cunt Up to the present time the liiimbtr of escapes has been gradually diminishing to knob an extent tL.it ' the v hole annual loss to the Southern Stale Jonu vtliij t-au.ii! beari less propoillon in (hi1 amount of CRiutal involved tuna the daily vuia tjyiis which, in ordinary I'iries -orcur in . i ' . e - ... A' i . r . ' . . . . iiie cnv oi i oriv vion Tli ,Ui"S,vil Iliet'riW says' r-7-iiu re are few divines w 110 i an uioro dri ply feel the eliliiucii( of MiC Va Inarxh, wlicn be sadly sauL hi 1 hiiibi 11 had bi'juJit hti gnM' hairi in snrrnw to the grave, than the llev. lo'beitj, Jh ei k itifiUg.-. Tword h' sons sre actively serving in the nbel unity, ami end of than, is a member of Morgan's ausraii drrs. ll'it U.e old patriot in as firm, as 1 uiidaoiiU as rjnem 'iiiTari', as his an cctMov Ii 11 h iiox. U , s 1 hpftijkb s I for hi? rountry with tli lialit of vurorous I inaiiluiid, his bt'.p is s'ill lb 111, and his 1 (nrnge is all that Kentucky demands of her sons. V." fiat a briltinnt p?, of tin n 'i iry oi (ins ;v iiiiiorn rutiL-tlioii liavo the dei i of i!,is nob!, Kei.tui Iii. in -.vrit-tin. - ' ft 1c- Ii ,uo ud 10 ju I m y Liir, 4 1 V'n Dvlme t!ul no mailer iiiniiav'J ' r. ! . ( f lltne, t:SkUIC S.lU Uviel,''. K , -' li.e ! t -n.lltut'.nn (.f ttid Norlutj i-'-.l '..i- 1 V. 4lU 1.11., 4 ki- Hi ll' :t ; 'i. i ii, re n in. In , - ., , 1.1 1 or I o w 1' ft 1 1 , heart- nod & 1 1 4 five in I In ! i. iar t I'-'lTIlleiiri. VI- 'it'll hl ft I I 1 ID'i- ; -il Ik I ur '). -I.ycra;.! , l.iit .l,4 1 duly l,l' lie -ii' h'i l.ciji l',,4M-ii'-,. ' 1.4-f 1H,U f,.l,' I the ! Ul I'(Jm':4iM'.V . 1 very i.i".ii, ;.t no-. ia ii,,,ry jif, .ousiba.i ; gold. Jk . h'H u I In a': . The Currency 1'oniniteSlmiip. The United States postace stanqs which are n"W coming so freely iuh ch" cuUtion, br-.-ides haviug lh .amount f their value in firrnres upon their upper Corners, may be readily ict!piii?d I'Jf (lieir colors and igncf(eS, 'which arCi as follows : . .Km. 1 , l--ii,.iw't,i. ,.W ' h i,kl -n., , .1. 'T". ..W Jl-ll I KI. !. . -: !!. I", i. . . H . ,,.-Bi-i. . . F .r.!.'. . . ..". . .. l . . Hill,'. lil,-,Mrt 1 .'.- t S'l. nl 10 ,-o . l i., t . i HI InikiiLbXiNu. lj'-.' iir. ',. The following figures, showing the compsrative white population and militia of tho loyal and rekil ."states, are of interest : ,lilift 11 in'n'l,. I i 'i 7 M.'i . ... ..a.is.isii . I, .i n' U u .l Hl'.-" tl.iti -is, 1 1 1 :e ,'0 s,'..iri . & i T In! f?."4e.S'i'l ..41.1.1 Ii;ivt,-i , r.tvi i. i f l -v . l 5.1 i)., 1,.V-H ,KCji.Vi The fort ifiea' ions about Memphis a;e being rapidly consfnieted Several bun dled ne -roes are at work on them, and a larin force of soldiers are employed in (he same, manner. The earthworks are of ill" most stable character, and are intended (n be of great strong I h. They nil encircle the town front north to smirh. Tin; l'li Tisii Soi.nir.Ks' in Cakac-a. Our Canadian neighbors are getting sick of Jim troop that maternal England has quartered upon, them. Thu soldiers stationed ut Montreal are becoming fa mous for their brutality and insubordi nation.. Almost every day ' rings us fresh accounts of mutiny, insubordina tion and attempts at murder. . . , . glcirdvettiscmcttiis. t ii i: a i i: jvell,.-.,l K,.-imni r. W. II l.mri ll, s. T. Simons, SI HiHtf rn ;.lU,.i lll.rfr ... Ti ciu iii r s eh' TIIK ' .Wiser' l!.:nnt-T." t. U K A r Sl' ( I K- "'Jiclicun'tr,", or "Hi r ' .. . -j... .xi..,.-. . , U Ftlneidny I'. V cfi i ti a, J o lr S IHU2, THE DENOUNOEU ; " " Ptt, THK Mlt.H-( iiAL,i,llli.U r .. PONii, (.liii)., Dvsct:, - ' IhYrft' tili'M'Mff DEAD S II OT ! Rc emits 'AY iinto'd-1 ' nij-r.im wantkh ion cflMl'lsr JV 1 li-t I'iv'Iiii'-iiI "I Ti'ini,n-i' uu,i), II, UV lll,lllittlg ... , , 1 Illrt roini any ' At Columbia, Maury Co., TennV' U 1.4,1, If y IIHiiic iV act jvumuIk i-h'V l!i,1il"''ini pM (.1 in-11 ti mu lo 171 nil,, m ini w 1 s iti-. rin" .irni ti - .iTi-isl il livu 1',I0- riui IIih.'Iiiim,, a j1, villi ii 4: 1 iii,,tir. rtii'l 1, KHhw 'lli. 11. ml 1 " 'ii n ' 1 ,'!' K" ;i, f H ,,f 1 '1 1 inn II 11 ! red Hollars Ciisll ,a I 'H.l In ,-ri' Ii o ' t ml. , .... Kr I'rvriin iliv Into nij-.it n .ii'i'l.i' l" ' I.I. AV. U'. IIAHiir.lt,'' J'.l J'l-il ,) l;, Tlultnv I'll'i-!!--. ),liil'l.i, ii'Uli S'25"KEAVAllDi: w rn.i. m. !'. Kill IiIh 111.' 1 iV 1.11 V (!' liu- ? iivi v, r oi-t ni' iit , 1. In t'lf C V, (. Imm I I i.uit.tii l I i-tti tni-'tiC in- luwf ril .ui" Utf l ukid H.H'H.'. '1 T ilt; lit w.. k t tJ ' i iu lU .try 1 lit . .'N". HI ;ll KM 'I II . $60 -RE WARD.! Ranaw av Hin'i Tiir.'smo, Rinrn . le 11 r Na-ln 1.., , '! un.. -h Hi" l"'l, .1.1' M t'J - Aiti ! I,.: 11 N.i,, liuiu 1 1 .in I I 1 I 'l'iN ; rm ,(. a- i .'.un .tl , !' 1 .1 ' i-11 l---!' I'lJ'i , .1,1. i.il .. I'm 1. . w ".-le i "ii 11 1'"" I ikI I.I...M 1 ,,, ,,. , ii, In. . Uo 1 .,! i- "11 11 ill .N. II. f vi ily i;i.U'l -ur' n w-i- I" Mr'ri!.,). at IM 1 11.1, I.l. t...i , un. I ii 't n ul.i;y "uii'l u ui te'. I I bc-k '- Jtl"M.I' fi lit" w- 1,, 1 rv "1 :' (i "I !'" in ll'i- ol .1' 'i- '.vil i . '1 t)'ii 1 , .111 .-.. 1. en. jj.jj.i .:ijr' llulll.ni .(.AT. 1. , KENTUCKY'1' Library A ?. so ci a t io n Co LOTTERY. 1 , o maSwgi.rs. Draws Daily at COVIOTOJii Ky., A f Ij'lStl t, ii'i I. '! ,. . S"ji 1 titlfi.' i.tt' 4 MWll..s it'llAI I. , . CJ AIM TALH'i;. $5,000 to $40,000! Tlflctts frcia Our 'M'.it lo' In l),.lS..r. lu 1 11 ihMil. f ur i !"l"t! sV'tU In ail ''r- . : R. FHAIICS &.C0., l4r'iwvn-t.n itv, A lu,j(''w m V. 'r t 1 .J 1 1 ! r i. By W. E. Childs h '-Co., juim AN"n. rr.eim, At o. .! onh I ollcrc Mrti t, sin j 1 in," I' a A : Cc.-U', SI 5,0 I'M) j 1 'i H " 1 1 ,ii ,. m, . -. ,ia I'l l A H, .1 A .liu-.,- '. H W. 0,i;iil -T-T' n,i 1. ! .,. anJ ,l'ixi S 11 i-l (V it ... . ,.,. M .,. ,-n . 1 1. w; 1. " v 1 . . :is. . I" K", I'.'i t'Ai CUoK II W MM.n i.-ill A' 1 J I i 1 V v I a' N 4' , 4u.' ' 1 I , O it ll: GOO t A I 1 1 ll 1 i. inl. ' . 1 I 1 1 - V. l 1 in 1 i:;. m ui s,.:.t. jiLui 1. . 1 . 1.1 'J , II , jlari..-l P.. N. DERBY, No. 5G, College Ctrcct. FIRE fillLlScifllllG Officers' Fine Dress & Fatigue IFNTFOEMS, A tkpleiull.l A.orlmeiil ol KJne tllKarj- .ood, COMPLETE OUTFITS KoiV oKFicF.na. Fine Mai.Mwt-kP,. ' . rilio Tniuks, (Copper Ikiveled, Fine VnliH', Frrnrlt CiinlfonsJ tl How oll Kiiibriiilf'icl SI 1 0 U L 1) E 11 STRAPS, Fine I in tiro id ci it's, of all kimli, Gold Ituttoiis, MIU Knlilicr Conts, ltiilr-r ItiimUits, , AH styles Paitii Coi.t.Ans; r.UMiisaiul Ti:ntMi"iis, all kinds; Sn.R and IiUNUmu I'laos; 1'iNK Caskmrrk Shuits; Liskm Sunn , iixv.K Sn.K, Oatzk Mr.iii!o and. Liki.k Tiiiii-.Ai) Usiir.nsitiitTs; lHun and IU it liArs u.inTs, (Ji.oVks, fee, tt ' J 111 ;ini General Kailroad Ofilco. lii:M ni. KiiRnn OuninjH Tu itiLr Orricr, htx AS tvurili M'1 uv Mf' 1, Villi tloir nmii l un ) Rnf-TAiti., t, hi tl.is intii't , w.i.-ri' 'li 1 - in crtn l U1 ! ta,l ttic prtrr il nutu 111 Mi'1 :nuiiu, 1... hi uii.i rt.'tti, i.y me ' slK-rii ol tut-1 intt fell -inii' rot.U' , jsjro, iiciivi ..it'i ! I1M1I Id lltinlr-ville, Am., ftnd ;ill Utlrrnnili iH 1miiiI oil th" Nfhvill1 A rii.ati.ttHt.'Ki, anil TiimMi A A.iu l.ntii. I.iulri'rvl. '-.. i'rr"tiiM irurtitr K iBt ly pun luuitijt Ticket will li.ti s Lln-ir l.iici!.tc i( k'l fii'in mi)' ll"Ul ir pint of th cilv .is f r mh Lutiir UN', Kv. . IM'ii liHito ymir TN'trti ih(vUy puvimuv to li-uv Lijr. i-tit)t it '') Ii h vo ciU t r tbi? Oiiinilmsj to cm -y iu lo Ui l' 'lhroiinti 1'iHfj cf 1 h Iinir, Rlrntp ftr n'l Isumii of Kn-'i'lit to nit 1hrv pnMxi, tit w luiat wit Lmiiev Tin A K i"li ill'', n M"uvilu' sV Iinli.tu"! oli, tli'li'1.irt Imi. Ni-w Yrk fii.ti.tl, Ni'W Vnrlf, I Hi k piMiiwy viiiini Hmlrnaild, or l-J' whwr.M fn ltw mu b ljr uu' nth'T fiili. - . 0f I HMt liu nly Ay. Mil In ll.iw v ty (hut niii Tif ni.il 1 H:hiit l.vlh k lw ll,i tiy n H tiwiH, or 1y Unt.-r ami K .il ' " - t ur Jm t iht informiitlAti ani ul tbt) 01io( " U . UUKiif Jiij'Z7 U Istlivrl 'li. k-l .tuil 1 rn, I i ... t.l, BELTS &SASHES! I.lne (irilri-ri, KtaII JleJical, Piijf. ' iuiil r, mid l.enrral llff Icrra I nllet MijUos ... REIil'LATIOX. SWORDS, It i:i TH AM Si j.k and "'oiiir.n H.iti', Nkw llitciu. , tJii iom 8wAm Hki.t', IitrTTKiiw, . . .i'lVt HKM,' &c.,'c., PISTOLS OF ALL KINDS, PrinsrsTATioN HwoKim, Tu Onuiitt. !V. Dl ltlll, .-.'., 1 U'.,K" Hon jnf) j7-;mi GRIFFITH & PARSONS COMMISSION MERCHANTS . AND W Mot. KSAI.lt MiAl.kllS IM Groceries & Provisions, FAMILY GROCERIES, ' , PLANTATION SUPPLIES, i)in:i iun:r, HAMS, BACON SIDES, Mli.lXDKlts, COFFEES. SUGARS, TEAS, Mu::tarJ, Sp:w, Popper, Nutiiicgs, BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE, . . Hi,KV6, C'ANDI.liS, M A C KE Til'l Jj Whitofifili, IIcmng, JUton.M ittit'ii ioth. COARSE & FINE SALT, Ki.VHs, TOIt.U IO, AMIJKS, I UMTS, WINKS, ROD AC K BITTERS, fiuttlers' Goods of all Kinds, An 1 .11 .1 Mi. laUFFlTli 4. J'AlthO.N'S, V, T .-OME.EaT.HiSltyU.f I, IkN.S 1 - ia. J.l. ... i r . lag--,. r ""' ' '' " " 1 111 1 " " ii,iin--m. in i. ' ' I" im 1 in un. mm n. 111. n.1.ii.n-rjt,lg-- 1. 1 1 mimm, fl i ,11 i n nmmm HH; .- -" """" - - , , , , , , , , ' ' i- - .... . .