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- tJj. ni ! MAtnrrgy inm c-tWeBeia, mT,uiBTja oino i SOQAjy (ytWINQ, NOVEMBER 8, IMS. (he No. 37. Perk Bow, New York, ani ' ' i ' Bbeet, Botton, , ere mi egenm to IhoM nttUs, and ere anwmtlaaf Bake The "Union" Disunionists. It ! obvious" t wy" U familial Dotllloel Motor? for the 'aa thirty reus. tUt - r ,h ,Md- tn of Hit dIol Abolltlonlste to destroy the Union-- plan that the old leaders of thtt (ac tio have "never bndonil-a plan that the leaders of the same faction no enlarged Into gigantio dlmeulou and falsely styling Iteelf a "Union peitj"--are laboring to consummate with the untiring iial and ardot that Fbauipi aid Gamiion wrought with la the umo Dis union csuse twenty and twenty-Are yean ago . ThaUadlog organs of the preteodad "Union," bat red Disunion psrtf, date not take a deold- ed position tn favor of the Union. Tney will bUb abont the 'Union" and the "Union par ty," beoanie theie are tetmi that aerve their turn to oatoh the popular ear and mttleid the popular judgment. fini the Abolition editors know thai with them inch (emi are bat a hol low pretense, ud that the real object, or at all evente, that the aotaal retail of their party poller will be, after Ipug yean Of fighting and en bnmecii lass of blood and treasure, a di member .nenl of the Union. For, If we ate 'eble to 'accomplish3 only- what the leaden of thet patty now avow 'as the object of the war, 'namely to retain tbs territory Inolnded within thoieoeded Stales, bat noj.. tbe Statei them pelves ai organised and existing nnder the Con etltutlon then will the Union be ae eflootuallj dismembered ai though fie leoeded Stales bad eohetved their independence, ; ,',', i i- L Not one of .the leading organi of the radical "Union Learn" party tbe Naw York Trie i wee, tbe New York Evning Peef, the CInoln ' natl Gatette, the ,CoIumbnif' 0. Jturntl, pi ' nay other oar be ptreueded to ny, In explicit terma, that they want the "old Union" rein - : atated, or ttat the war to now, or eboold be Vproieonted for tbe restoration of the Unfon ai ' itextited three yeare ago when Mr.LiiicMw , r wai elected President.' ', Oa the contrary many of them are bold and outspoken in their ha 1 tred to, and contempt for inch a Union, More " than this, they asset t, with the wme positive ,. neoi end defiant tone toward tree Union men. ai the Rlohmond Brewer, the Mobile Rtgi$lr and other rebiliheeto, that tbercaloratlon of ibe t,: old Union le a;thlng of improbaola achieve meet, and that idoh an extravagant idea ongbt not to be entertained. I ' .j . If the reetoratloa of the Union baa become, ' 'ae Abolition Dliunlon leaden allege, an Im- ,'w'p'oealblllty,!' their policy, In conjunction with '1. that of th Soatherb rebel leaden, bu made , ii eo,"and npon their beadi jointly will fall, and ' that not lightly, the eneee e betrayed and The Life of the Nation Trembling in the Balance. Hie Abolition Jonrneli rVeqaenUeeeert that the life of the nation ia trembling in the bal ' anoe; end yek itraoge to eay tbeae Jonrnala. at J, well ai the radidil polltlciane of tbe Sowim, "Cam and Oaxxrit eiamp, ara'dolog every thing they can to eld the rebele in bringing 1 about the death of the Republic Every nitre ; nveuure ooompllahed or propoied by them, la etab at tbe Ufa of the Nation, and the Radi- ole ta thla fetpeci are no better than the rebeli. Both bate the old Conatltutlon and fhe old Union, and are determined that they ihall '' be deetroyed. rI '-.-.--J ... "- fr. It ie tme that tbe life of the Nation ii tram- bllng In the bilanoe; end If there be not none change of policy wme better treatment, the v Nation nut die. Can Ita life be aaved, and If oo howt The firat itep In the' right direction ' la to give no heed to the leeching! of the radl , call, and ae nptdly ae It can be done to drive .them from power. The. next etep le for! all good and loyal men) all who really want the . i Old ConatitnUoa end the Old Union preferred to rally to the lopport of the Demoeratio or , ganlxation, lor if the Conitltntion and the Union that our faihea made are eared and preferred; the Old Demooratlo party mnit do that thing No other organisation can do it. That Ii eer tain. i.n A T i: The New York Election. .' The edtt of the New York Frtmin't Srar- . nel, Jum A. Mc&Uitu, Em., who Uaper pendlonlar Demooral, standing on what be de nominates "old fiahioned Democrat frinei- fit, (i, i. ble dogmas on peaoe and war) lira of the remit of the New York election thoe 'Tweedle-dam wlniever Tweedle-dee. That Is tbe dlSarenoe and tbe only difference be tween tbe'Ridioal Aboltljonlfta and the New York Demooraoyr aooardlng' to the opinion of flx.Ir.,AIcMtTn,and thenfore Be did not care wmcn wm ppeo.'Pine ecu tor or we rnmtn't t.JtwulU a i ample oi qlaii of a en in the vemoorauo pwiy in an me rayei mater, not rnnmerou, but e xoeidlngly aollvq, nd who Is f'eif blltertMH and eulaaiveaiet, are doing i tbe eaue a world of damage. MThey are In ;'flnltely more lerviceable to tbe Abolition Rad- ieato, than Gaaim, faiLiiri end all that School ;.of ;;.pUunlon .'nUrMi j.McljdatTXi flhae"- got;-eo far-; along "'lis Gorging (forcible State reeiitahcit to the Federai a'alhor- Ity. ae to commend tbe oondact of the New EagUnd Governor! whovi the Watol 181?, -tmftUU President Manuoai to pat,anear War, by aaeerUng for the New Eugland States,- thou State, rights sanoUonoi by the Federal Constitution.','.;; We quote the forw ' aotog from the Fftmsn'$ VewraeV We mp w poee U won't be long until MoMaitib will aeeert lhat U la an "old faibloned Demooratle i prlnelple," to eaaoaiss the oondnot of the low .fogtand officials and others, who ia 1812 bant Mo UgbM en the coast to aid the British ia .'Jtbeto warlike designs. What folly-nay, down. right madness. ? i iiMfrl1 belongs, we are told, to the .GsooewaiUewlogol the .Ropublloin or Aboli tion Brty,boauee,he doee not propose to break .PWBrJiaw ttnss, no. ns tfnply ignores Oiea Aa a Weetern paper eay e he U very mueb UU a farmer, who wduld.not break down hli aelgb' bor'i fence, beoeuio hli eatUe would iunp over It into that neighbor's wothfitld any hoy with est that tr outlet vwtm t n - The "Union Languor." at Work in Tennessee. Tna sXteakvlUe Vin '. fradloal AboUlloa)j given aitot VrenieflUig of Mi tbe Ua Ion MaLO tbe State of Teuneeeee." bold UthaMityea.the.Bd toe-The-ebJect of tbe meeting," the Uaiea sayi. "wee to organise a Grand State Couoell fot.tte' Slate of Tela tee. The mer.tlng wee celled to order, a Con- aQTudoa waa adopted, "and officer! were eleoted for a period of one year, to wit i a PreeMent, Tloe Preeldett, Aiitetant Vloe Prealdent, Treas urer, Secretary, Muehal, Herald, Sentinel, Chaplain end Leotnrer all having the prefix "Grand," as "Grand Preeldent," "Grand Vice President," elo. 4 ; ; The Uiaiea also slates that "Jotira Lrn of Council No. 7, was nnanlmouely eleoted ae Delegate to the Gnnd National Unloa Leagne Convention to be held at Washington, end Rer. EauiiBiw ai alternate for Ibe tamo Con vention." ; ; I ' Tbe lame paper pnbllehee a aetlei of reeolui tiona which it states "were nnanlmoaely adopt ed," Ibe first three of whioh read ae follows: j Bt it Stoled, Tkat we, the mnibsn ef tke Srto! StM OoubcU of the NiUooal DdIob Lfma of Toa mi, tndone ell wet iWMtirM ef Frntdut Llooolo. and that we think II the dut of everf lonl eltlsta of the UalUd BUM to aid too PiwMtnl ini auM htm to the oonne bo le pDrmlOfla etnihtsi sat Ihle toboUlon . I ftnoimd faritur, That we rally sndono the Beiin otpttloB rrotUmetto of PimMobI Llnoola; 4 UM wo will five ear 0ToraM&t any aailitaaoe U ear Bowa to aam eat tho oaaM. . ' Btobotifurthm. That wo ooaeMor elavorr M the orielnal oaoio of Ihli oiuiataial war; and thai ta Its mancipation woeoothooal aalralloa and preNrre Unn at ihm TJnlaa of oat fathom, ef ear Iretaam. aad of the ral piinelptw laid dowa In h fieolaratleaof laatponooaeo.,, rjta-r-t True Patriotism. if.. ' nmi Boawor. ef the Aral of Olnporlf s Booror, Mow Toik, fonaotlr of tkle eUf. toll ee aaob lateroiUd In ear old Demooratlo andtdatt for OoTor ar. John Bieuh, aid tor tbe florloaa eaaao which he faeroMBtod. Ihu to railed among hli How York frlaadt aaoa.eu. whtth to epproprlated U kn bI ef Laa eaani ana who h Ohio, ana who eoald not afford te tptnd the money oat of their ealtrlei, to name homo to Tote lor inou ocaa We find the'ibore In tbe OMe SM$ Jettmsl of Bator dev morning, Norember 7. . The times are Indeed tadly ont of Jofnt when a leading Baouea organ poblloly. para fei and applauds this toit of pipe-la jlngi Filteeo young men aaat bv thle man UoSTia from New York to Ohio to rote for BaoooB, and the aqt deooml natad "trie oalrlotlim.'' .. Will tbe reraei oblige u and the people generally by pnbileh lug the names of the fifteen joong men who held their realdenceio Ohio, though being In New York, and who eme out aad kindly voted fcr Johm Baoooa. . Tell ns what their names are remeotlvelT and where they voted. Don't fail to do thla, and then we may have aome fur ther Icqulrlee to make; Negro Troops. It If said that the actual number of negro troops actually nnder arms along the Mlsslnlp pi river is over twenty thousand J Geo: Guat ou bu a large brigade of colored men on Morris Island, and (bete are a few colored regiments end oompanlee ia proeese of organjaitlon, hire and there In the Northen Statu and the District of Colombia; ' The whole number of colored men earrylog muskets in the United States irmyia about twenty flv thomand. ' y Nobtb CaaouN, ll II well known, baa mani fested eiana ef a disposition to abandon the rebel causa and to retnrn to the Union. Yet Brw. lie' heavkeeo sent 'dowa to Fortress Monroe to preside over the destinies of. lbs mil itary department ia. which mr Caroline is Inolnded.. Bin. declared the other day in a speech at Lowell, delivered before the Grand Council of tbe Loyal League Of IfaiiaobnietU, that the' "Southern States have annihilated tbemielves as Slates," and opposed the idea that these Statee, "by throwing down their arm, ihonld be reoeived Into the Union with unimpaired rights, and with their old local In stitatiens." . j , )..- , i- - .... k , A : A eotempoury Inquirsa whether Botlib has not been sent down to fortress Monroe to head off ibe Union movement In North Carolina. From hii antecedents and hie declared sentl. mente it does seem so. : Tbia U what the radloa, leaders Intend to do to North Carolina and every other Southern Slate. - Thla ie what they mean by restoring tbo.l.'Uolon" to keep one-third of Ibe States out of it, . 1 . ; J - ia Thb War Department hae received from Rlohmond a liatof the names ef all the National officers held as prisoners la rebeldom. It oom prises nine hundred end sixty army effioers, and nine- aaral offlcen. rli: one Brigadier Nit Dow, fouteea Colonels, twenty-five Llent.-Col- enels , twenty-aeren. Swgeoni, fifty-eight As aialant Surgeons, twenty-eight Majon, two hundred and eixty-elx Ceptaini, taw hundred eufi aixi-slx Ffteulenante, and two hundred Sua OOTOO BWHWI , Calucott, the nolrloui renegade, who lold himself to the AboUtlonlste for "a mesa of potUge" the speakership of the New York Assembly wee refuted a n " Inatlon for the Slate Senate by his nit party Wends, and ran at tbe late election In New York on hli own hook. He baa reoeived tola reward, uot or an eggngate rote ia hie dlitriol of between five aad six. thousand, be received . only a Utile ever two hundred rolee. '-""'! Ah Bstate pslltioal phllotopher, wrfiteg In tbe t l 1 mmmmwmaeBeBBBWamiBaammm i Cmolnnati QttU, reaaonl blmsalf Into the bsllef that tbe seceded Slates have aa Sutes oommltted tesson, and should be hanged polll toaUfn Be thinka an act of ,Conesa, should it passed, daolarlng them dead as States.,, It certainly b novel Idea to execute d party guilty of treason by act of Congress. ' The Qtuttt't eornrpondsni kesks that paper to say whither hi toiltloo Is not a wound one. But tbe t?Us la mwa ' It ivideatly feels that the peilUoa U a Uflklish ooe, for whioh the mete of www porwj oiay mm jwm ww tw i , . , GotBbh6b BiADroao, of Maryland, issued oa the 3d Intl., lbs day bafore the election; in that Bw.(f,'a 'reclamation eolemnly J protesting agaiaet t&e4oterrentMa-f the mllita7 an- thorltr lu4hi wleatlohjrj General Bokscx, U leemi, attempted to, and s did 4o-pamethlDg AdedlObjMOoaVbiei TbiOovernor appeal ed to the Pffioat'TherPfeeldntdld n like lo deoldi with euher, a6d tried to ride two horses at Moeilthe, Governor finally latned aa iadignanl vproeIamaton..?The;f was abeat ai much freedom' at th pott Maryl end as In Poland-' - " w " :''''"- iM ertvrt Taa weaiihieat sua In Indiana na commit ted 'latotde, iayf an i iohange. Te which an other neoas tatatne: Tht wealtUelt naflSh 04 Ke fate of the globs If doing tbe aaat lhiogv lxaD BjuKiSiM, who i aiUl txeeiie&t health, oo'apleted hli eighty-flftb year eaihl 19ta of BecUmW. ' - ' r vw"Tey i.a-vw, ' gSBJ Speech of Hon. S. S. Cox, of Ohio at Speech of Hon. S. S. Cox, of Ohio at the Cooper Institute. Oa Silurdat nraetuua in il. '"N... V.i eleotlont, an Immense meeting of the Dentoo noy of New York olty at Cooper InstltHe was addresssd by GeSmoBaadAIs,CexErjBi a brief report of Mr. Cox'e remarks In the WvPt, it wfU be peroeM thai jhVak jrehen ded defeat la the Slate, tboogh the olty gave 30.UW Demooratlo maioritv. Bal Tor' dlssan sioos In the party II would have been up' to Ite oio anm.oer.,, uence, toe neoeaeity, as urged by air. vox, of all ehadee of opUlon ,1a the Ds mooreey harmonlelog lof the common- welfare and fuooeoj hereafter.' 'V' '' s.':a 3'' Mr, Cox was received with three cbeer'a for OblOSS ' & is:'.? .'ii -i: ;l. Mr. Cox laid: I thank vera for Iheenthnilum with whioh yon have weloomed the name ot Ohio, , I thank your Governor for tbe honora ble mention be hae made of ber berolo Democ racy.- I am net unaware that en Ohio Demo crat appeara before the country now in no ad vantageous position. When last year I spoke to 'tbe Demooraoy of New York, tbe name -unio" wai we lign or vemocrailo rlolory.t-. uursuooese men was tne natoinger or yours. If our party wee In the bablt of baine- diihuit- ened bydeleat, I might draw a different conolu- elon from toe dispiriting one which Is soerest- k n 1. 1 . n . i . ...on. ta bj uuio. out oun ia a party wnion takee neither fear ncr despondency from defeat- Under dlsadvantagee Ibe most depressing and cruel, tbe Demooraoy of Ohio have preserved their organisation undaunted and oohetlve. Amldel obloquy and threat, . bloodshed and . fraud, we. have- duioaased ' our prin- oipic am nvowo larger "rote wis year or our defeat, tban the last year, of our vlotory.v (Ubeere.) I donbl not that many of Ibe itinerant voters who helped lo ewell the oorpulael tote for the administration In, Ohio are aafely anaoonced In your Slate, lo repeat the process ot Illegal suffrage bore. . Let your Demooraoy. be vigilant. I do not remrd tbe Slate eleottoneof tbia rear ai daoiairanf tmitl. oal reeulu next year, wben tbe fete of the nation will be deotded: yet tbe Demooraoy of tbe Weil era looaiog to your sueoeso ia new York with the most eager anxiety, : Tbe true Union men of Kentucky and Mleeourl, linked ee tbey ere lo New York, by the Democracy of Ohio and Pennsylvania, are ready, eome weal or woo; lo nolle their dcatlay with ,y ours in a great struggle te resone the Government torn tbe enaroua who have It In oharge. - Let them not, I beseech you, men of New York, be dlsar- ri cuuBavof.au minor flu ferences should bs obliterated..,. In the nninu. of ouropponnts-ali PemooraU.by whatever name they ere oalled-peaoo or war, are alike obnoxious, aoleie tbeyjeave their old parti aasooiatlons. All ere oopperbeida who are not AboUliooiele. Governor Bramlette, who prom. Ued yon hli voloe In New York, Is already thnt allgmatlsed bv t'lem.'- Ia their eye your Gov. ernor, wbo labored for moalbe to giro physloal aid to the : army, Ii no - better then the most etrennous , advooate tor peaoe. i No coori io lonaia.tne men woo are In arma agains rooBiuou win soieia a tvsmoorat, even though, like MoCIolleo, be has been In the ac tive military ear vloe, from tbe reproach and onarge ei woaaunj i oav laoored lo my own humble sphere to assist the armv. i nu every dollar of money demanded,, ei well to Keep tne army uaaiminmnea in visor aa ta in. oreate Ite ejBolenoy. Seven hundred mlllloae at one fell swoop, I voted ae a tax upon the ceo pie j yet, what of thatt i . . Coppt rhead I" '(Traitor!" an the appellations I meet wllb.rr Tbe utter ebaurdlty of inch political abnaa rl. Spirent lo Missouri, when the redicate of- tbe imo stamp are designating the Blairiae dis loyal, and even Lincoln ae a Copperhead! (Laoghter.) t Union the Demooraoy will give up, not only every distinctive principle, but their orgeuiBiuoD aiao.ana agree, to tho tub verslpn of the Cooalltnttou. tbe eatolde of the Stat.. id iguucuij H nwuH uowf 17, ana inev free dom oi four aalllloBS of black foundlings to be come e charge apon Ibe troaonry of tbe nation, n7 uurora ooeniee' ot tna governmenlv Do what we will, these radicals, who ruleihslr party, will oontlnua to una ih.ir slauderoue eplthete. r la their ivocabulary, all Democrato are-disloyal nd aedltioue.- .One Of (heir trnonlent Senatore fau boaated that forty odd reglmento were eenl to your midst to awe your people, and that yon Governor was dragged a eapttve at the ehatioi wheels of the President." It Is not the- fins time Ia history that the myrmidons of deepotietn, nay, even despots themselves, have ohallenced. bv un seemly rlolenoe of language and manner, the beat patriote. When James II; issued ble dec laration of Indulgence, and Bought to suspend tne laws oi raruameni uarefiy, tbeeeten bieh ops protested.la a peutlon to tbe klna. Tbev - . .... .... n ii i . . i . J preioot w nuu m too edigun 00001110100 and the deolaioni of tbe courts and of .Parlia ment, against dispensing with any lew of the realm, as Democrats now protest against viola tion! of our Constitution. History has recorded nio anewer, aa it wtu reoora too equally grace lose eon laiae aoouaauono oi our opponents. When the protest was road by the monarch, the haughty Stuart orled ont passionately, "This Is the very standard of rebellion.". "For God's cake," said the Bishop of Cornwall, Sir. John Ttelewney,"do not aay aoj no Treiawney can bo a rebel! We have ' two duties to perform our ' duty ' to -i God .and ;i your majesty. -: We honor you, but we fear God." "You an trnmpeten of sedition," said Jsmee. "God halb given me the diepenelog power, and I will maintain Itl" Yon know the sequel. Tbe bishops wen thrown Into the Tower and put In peril oi life. Bat Ory bad the glorious nrlviieg e accorded to them of the asoies ctrvui and a Jury trial. When they were aoquiited, London, nay all ibogland rang with applause for these seditious bishops: and England soon saw the' last of ber kingly Stuarta. James was dlsorownedi (Cheers ) , Let us take warning from these lessons of the nasi. While the blah- one were ia prison tbe exoitement of Ene-laud waa tn tense. wo privileges oi tne peopie wen imperiled. It wee not alone the oase of the blehope. Thehumbleit miner lo Cornwall made the can ol their favorite Sir John Treiawney Ibetr own. - xon rememper tne aong tney song; v.-v rc--;-:y... ,-,.,., "And shall Trelrn( die t and shall Trolawatr die 1 Tboa tweaty thoamnd OornUh boys will kaow tbe re'Sv- ssawajf ioheera.1 -na , Bcbttltute for the tbreataof tbe king Ibe like abusive eplshels or ibe Massoanusette Bene tor i for ' Tielawney. the name of Seymour: and for the word ii, the dragging process of tbe Abollllcelst end my word for it twenty Ibonaand IA voloe "A hundred thousand." Chsere.") Yea, a hundred thousand New York boyi will know the reason why. Cheers. lue vemocraov oi new x ore oao as least aohleve one victory tbe rlotory which their Ohio brethren have achieved tbe right to pro teel and defend the unsullied honor end eoverj elffntr of their Slate. An Immense minority heain it something of suooen, in times Ilka Inese. wben tne omi is suDorainaie to ini mm tarv and men usurp towers recklessly, to per' petuate the dleaatera whioh they have caused, and the power wnion tney care aouteo. i -4 Loci me ever a prominent Abolition paper, the New York Eiming Pesf, wa find Jnutpe asws oolamn the following Item: ;, " ' I s . apei eayti M We were laied ln IBM XiJ.ftM.oou. aad aow A7t.S00.OOa, end ere more a roe- serawaow tbaatkoa. a i , A tlltle farther down In tbeetmi column we findtheYolIowlngt:V;:;-;.;-! Vbe eoeree classes of womea Id Begltnd, sa late as the beginning of the preianl etntury, were euployed la many towns tn earrylDg briolts and enojlat eo Ibeir beast to tbe maMao ai work, en- even tbe ihlgherl balldlBge. Women stripped frora sMaider to loins stay area aow be seen ptoklsg ep lumps of coat-from tti nsd, wme we wtter is tow. mon w itraniers , M not the prople ef ttewotetla. ... . 1 1 theeserire a ai-t&w lit la Iowa as Abolition Judge bar decided that the empiualon of Ibe Aei ewryttf dot! tuii apply 16 negroesbit Only to White mea. Of 00VN4, Cow oould a floyar BegrotWOTitlp. lag Jidga dsdde etharwiaet -'t Utiv 01 A u Radical Compliments. The fHiog aeateact froni aa erilole iu the 81, Louis Dmocrti, the leading channel organ In that oltfrthnws the sort of oompllmenti with whioh Preeldeat Linoolr Ii favored, alnoe hli reply te the Radloai delegation from Mlesourl He has averted his faos frea the raMoaUsm of whioh Be setaTenoono! example, aad tarnaf It toward that eooeetTrfUea) Vhloh. la dao Umo, will repar his fcvor wuu fieeiaaa auuBUlll. '- "There -papen eeldom venture upon aa open attack, ai the editor of the Pmoertt bae al ready been ander arrest,' and others an men seed with a similar fate unless they speak with moderation. '.Their ipltlt, however, iirery sp parent. r'o:- ru-i : 'Another Instance is given by the Washington correspondent of the' Clnolnnatl Oatellt, who devorlbes a scene it the White Home is fol lowsf '' '-M su'i A leadlne oolllloan of Fs&nivlrlnta. flat. Berne, had aa Interview with the President, concerning the oanpalfa Jntt olotsd, at whioh Ur. Montjomtry Blair wu preMBl. ARer eomnlalninf of the mlaerablo tpoe. tiele ot a member ef the admlnlatraUoa maklnc a ears- fall elaborated enti-AdmrnlftiaUon aneech oa the ere of TlUllr Important oIiouodi In aereral BtatM, he tarn ed eharulpoa Air. Bllr and exolalmod! "Yet, elr, If Jon had made that rpeech thirty days earlier, viv voviM ee lot! we Me deetltn in Fmnrylvanitl "Well," unerpeeed wo vaniooi omeer, "inei were my bonott oonTicuooe, ana i ealdn'l axprees anytnlng eieo.' "What baalneaa have yon nmalnlng la the Cause! then, and loading at down with the weight of poor eon Motions arelnit Iho uolioy of the Admlntitratloa m belonx tot' Tbe Piletldeut wu allien 1 I with I eoald bopefally. say aa edified ipcotator of the singular Mi.nl. - - .... - .. ' t No wonder Mr. Lincjlii pompllni that he la pestered and pressed nt to aay grossly in suited. 1 '"" r--' f j .' r :... President Lincoln at the Theater. Thb Washlngtjn eorreepondent of the Spring (eld Rtpubliean wtltee In a recent letter to that paper;';,' ...J I bad the pleaaora oh' .Monday night of aee intr "Macbeth" rendered npon the alsge by Mr . . i ii i a rv . j f - - . nauaot ana rar. vaveopori,1 ana aisu seeing Mr. Lincoln preeenl at tbe lime .with bit little "Tad" (Tbaddeua Lincoln) with him. - It la Mr. Lloooln'a favorite nlar. and one ooald not repress a certain curiosity to Know (tnougn aa Ii familiar with them ae he Ii with itump speak' log, doubtless,) how certain paecagei would itrike blm. When tbe following passage bs Iween Maloolm aad Macduff wai prononno ad, tbe audlenoe wai luddenly allent ai le a grave: - Maloolm, Letnt seek eat some dtaolate abade ael there - . ,n ,, , j Weep onr boioms empty. ww. i-s , .i ( MtuOut1- J- "i" Iietasratber Hold faat the mortal sword and like good men 1 Beatrlde onr down fall'a brltbdom. Bach new mora 1 New widows bowl, new crphans ory, new sorrow -" J Strike hearoa oa tne laoe, that ll roaoandt ' v ; t AsrI It felt with BeoMlandandyelled ont . n . ! I4ae syllable of dolonr. y-i.;' -. . I ' Mr.' Lincoln leaned back In bis chair io toe shade after thie sentence was pronounced, end for a iook time wore' a sad, sober faoe,aa if tuddenly ble thoughts had wandered from the play room far away to scenes of elangbter. and refleoted that tbe itctiomliim apon wbiob be rode ioIo power bad caused the terrible trttredy wniob is daily beina enaeied apon tbe battle field, and that n ny t i !o - 0 J Strike heaTtn oa the faesi j m ; i Could he. teit well after witnessing snob loeces, and entertaining sncb reflections, cr did remorse oq its wo.-ki . [From the N. Y. Army and Navy Journal.] General Buell Acquitted. It Is underetood that, the Court of laauirr in the ease ot General Buejl baa acquitted, that oraoet oi an tns onargee twongnt against film Tbia result will be reoeive with tbe ulmoet eatlsfaolion by all who are ejgniitnt of the merlte of the ease. Especially weal of the AUeghaalee , where the obaraoter and military oareer or uenetai uaeu arc mora intimately anewa man in toe eatt, nis acquittal wui pe balled with tbe liveliest eatlaieoiion, aa tbe rin dtoatlon and jasttfioallon rdy though ll bo ot a moon maiignea soiaier.' uenerai oaeu baa tbe misfortune to bo ooe of tue victims, seen- fioed to the Nation's own Inexperlenoe ot war. Sueh men tbe Greeka exiled, and then raised monnmenta te their memory; sncb men nvolo tionary France sent to the guillotine, and af terward transferred tbelraebee to the ranlbe- on! Wo hope Amer loan history will carer be blotted with sueh acta. J It la bard enough to submit, as Osneial itaeil nee nea to do for mote than a year, to publio suspicion and mal ice, and the alines and arrows of outraeeeus fortune. ' The " revenges of lime oome round. however; a oourl of ble peers bas cleared blm of every oharge -that ignoiance or . m alloc bronchi against him; c We now elnoerely tragi that a field will be assigned to General Bnell where bis great military talent will have full scope- . j i en or From Orpheus C. Kerr—Habeas Corpus Suspended in Accomac. ' The oommander of ihe Mackeral Brigade baa caused tne following uenerai uraer, ao, 73,ua, to be nuniiinea: ., ; HEADQUARTERS MACKEREL BRIGADE, September 25. Tne deaetlion of ooe of the most light heed ed of th's brigade, makes ll neoeesesy to tue- pnd Ibe privilege of ueaeeeaeceraes through out tbe entire dominion of Accomac. Any per son hereafter caught having a body will be Im prisoned, and no qneetiona asked. Tbia Is in tended to apply only te eoldiere, military men, officers, cUlxens generally, and other persona. All others, including women end whisky, are allowed to have ae much body ee ever, and more.: The quiet of Paris demands that every soldier, bts heirs, executors and aaelgne, also bis widows, should go without pay or rations until farther notice; as tbe Pay maater General of the brigade hae been rery nnluoky at faro of lae, It ie neoeasary that he abould be allowed to retain sufficient funds to get even. The enemy are demoralised: onoe more into Ihe breeches and Sumter and Chattanooga ars ours. Plans are forming, to eatabiieo moral reform societies in all Southern towne exoeot Rloh mond andCharleeton. They doq't deserve tberat My children, I love you in a short, sharp, de - I G. G. LEATHERJE, Major General Commanding M. B. The Russian Ball. kw.t , J The New Yoik olty papara oime to ua filled with glowing descriptions of the magnifioent RnHian ball in that oity on Thursday evenlog The Jturnal f Commret of Friday aayt: j A good many people oooupled tbemielvei last evenlnt at the Aoademy of Muslo with mu ilo and dancing, In honor of the Rualana. About the tame time there were men, women and children perishing in tbe aunceone or uu der the sharp hand of despotism In; Poland, beoanie they had had dreama ot liberty; , Bo the world rolled While Ihe sun shlnee oa one aideirls dark oa the other. Wo hope that the people who were guilty of Ihe folly qf go ttiog nn rati nisai s auair wut uuw vhhui tue aue- tlan bear to gnaw his paws in peaoe. j nt tlili AmoTiria Bowb. An ofBoer of the ar my relates to the editor of tbe Portsmouth (Vi.) Old Dominion an Inoldent of the conduct One oa .KFft"e imtu, eiugiuadw . n. ixr.iat.il nhiM.s. .inHi..i. xpreaalre of eevotea nuai auaooment. A amall boy same to Lt. Roberts, and approaohlag him with a caressing manner, and looking no in hla face. earn, "wan i not uie ror my lather 7" rmall daughter" accompanied ber mother to Old Point on e.viau io uen. roster. ' unnng the. eoftference the Utile girl clambered apoa knees of lb! ' General, and putting nn bar weet iunooent face, laid, with an earneet pathostbat went to nit rery soni, "sve my father, won't youT".' The old retrran' malted beneath- the - pathetic . entreaty of gnllelen oblldiood, - EawUoa overoatue blnfend be bowed, hit. heart .fUnWj if ."Tue Blue Asow.V-Moy have dou lees ' quired the ttgnldoauna of "the biod arrow blah he b.ei put upon the Moot tame by the British authorities, lt Indicates poeeeasloa by her Malstty. - The broad arrow la a goveroment mark eotnewbal la the sbeje of an arrow bead, wbiob la stamped, enl, or otherwise fixed on all solid materials need la her Msjssly'e ships or dockyards in order to crevent embtaalament ot royal naval atores Tbh mark waa assnmed at tne time of the EL welds (when Ibe arrow wu considered the moJ powerful weapon of attack) ae extinguishing the property of the King. -To be found la pos sesslon of any ptoperty shoe marked la a crim inal offense, punishable wun a near nne DIED. At Fataakala, Nov. dtb, 1861, of loarlst lorer, Sahdsl sfoOuLua, son of W. I. aad afar Atkinson! aged two yean, tlx months snd seventeta days. -C'T IJoerual eopy.l -' : ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS. wood & pnnoT, 1136 RIDGE AYENVE, 1 .PHILADELPHIA, Pa., fXtnt BOB IAXB anon Ihe moat favorable Terms, I f Nnnr BlATJTirDL DBBIGNB tn area! variety ef IUOM BllLINOS for OBHBTBBMB, BBBIPBN. OBI, eteot Wronrtt and eaet Iron, and at.TAN izbo lun ana nnaBB tuoiou, ibuh .i.n nma. nI.noNI18. SYAIBS. OOTJNTBBB. torjll- TAINS. OATBS, OOLDUNS. BITOBINQ rOBTB, IjaMir BZanilB. Venus, MPUIVi m uvww ma ...HW, BOVAfl, OHlks, STATU aBY, AWIMALB, and ali other Iron Works of a ptooratlvo character. Deslfras forwarded for seleeUoa. reitoes applying ror same, will pleaeo state tbe kind of work needed. ;. eepiB-ou. n ...... - IMiTin a Lama Pa. Baarn'S VrauuPius bar aerer yet failed In removing dlfBenltlM artalnf rromobttrnetlon, or iicppef aof aaure, or in reaionni the aeatem io nerfoot bealtb When a ufforlni from spinal Affeotlont, ProUpras Uteri, tbe Whites, or other oraakneaa of the Uterine Omna.. Tbe pill are peitot- ly harmlem on tbe ooastltnUoa, and may be taken by the most delicate female without canting dletrosti at Ihe tamo time Ibsy set lite a anarm by treaiueniag, Inrbraratiiia and reatortM tn ayetem le a rmaitny dltlon, and by bringing oa tbe monthly period with reg- Blailty, ao matter iron wnat eanao ino ooeirBouon may arise. They ahenld, however, HOT be taken daring th flrat three ot foot months of pragnaney, tboagb aafe at any other time, a mleearrlaga would be the result. aca poa oonmtna w ruia.. rnoe une voiiar. Br. BABVBX B TreaUte oa sum of rtmaiea, Pregnanoy, Mteearrrag, Barrean. Bterlllty, Bepro dnoUen and Abnaea of Rataro. and emphatically th Ladle' Private Medical Advisor, a pamphlet of M pages, sent bo to any add rate, tlx osnt require to pay pottage. The Pill and book will b eenl by stall, when de sired, securely sealed, and prepaid, ft! , . . . aaxAH, at. y., ml Aient. .. o. Sold tr all Drnnlet. 7tf 0dar Bt.,Mw York. 1.J- evartuajn at uv., vrnoieeare a Aeon ante. OIMOINBATl Taraa iDirua 50th Taooaum. 9r. Harvey Treatlaa on .SiaeaSes of lematos. Frenaney. aflxmr- rlaie, Barrennese, Bterlllty, JUprodaoUon. and Aboeaa ofMatara, and emnh.tloally the lABUM' fUVAta LMSDIOAI, AbVInlB, a pamphlet of 40 pages, seal tree lo aay addreaa. Bix eenu requires, u PV iae pottage, i . . . . .. .i ii t i eai DJ mau, oonnenoaiiy, unen mm, phvi sacctjaf L aveVa. ! 78 Cedar St., Hew York reetofltoe Box marohSl-dkweowly NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Attachment Notice. rieae Bnnn Balgoel Se Oo , plVt) Court of Common agalnat of i ' J. B. Bare, dart. I rranklla oonnty, Ohio. (J.B. Hare, daft. 1 rpHK DEFEreDAN T M.WL. BABK.at 1 Ue 8 tat of Iowa, will take aotloa laal Bonn Beimel Sr. Co.. of Philadelphia. In the State of Penn- sylvanta. did, on th 5th day of November, I6S3, Sla their petition in tn uiera'a omooet tne oourt or oom- mon Pleas ol vrankun connty, tn ue atate of Ohio, against Ihotald J. B. Hare, totting forth that said do fendanl I Indebted to th plaintiffs la the tarn of m with tn Ureal from the 17ib dap ef Bsoember, 1SS8, at the rat of lea ner cent, oa a eertaln Indnont taken the 17 th day of BeeomMr, 18SS, la the Platrlct Ooart Iowa, witnta aaa tor aootsooaaiy, aae tna aa at taehmeat ha Iwned oat asmlnst said dtfendaal In eatdaettonsand Ibalaald dtfoadaat I reqalred, to ap pear aaa answer oy ue iota aay or, tannery, jeoe, e jnagmeat win n laaea againai turn. By a. a. ooum, . Pile Au'y, nov8.dltw8 i il PAPER FLOUR SACKS ; ; .- i C THB i Very Beat Quality, MAHOrACTClfD ar ' Ml . Cl L l L L EY, Ho. SO North High street (op italra), ; i 'll Ij) COLUMBUS, OHIO. nv7 dlw. DANCING SCHOOL V.7 ( .1'-; ; v- . h; AT DESHLEa HAL!., "' Corner High and Town Streets, ura.a.a.PirsNET twiK,i,oonnEios IU, a term for Jnvenllea, on BATTJBDAT AfTIB- nuun. hot. 7IH. 01 ia laeaone. at aalf-nael twa a'elaok. Saving suds dlffsrsat anangemtnts, will teach one nailer oniy. , - - - - . . Trans $4 00 per quarter In advanoe. . Potl lively a vliltort admitted nntll after Ihe eighth An Brealat Class for ADULTS sill ta formed Mas. evening, nor. in. i Private essnt given at the Ball or at print real denoat. - MUBIO fnrnUhedfor PABTIXB and BALL1. All oroere ion at 4ona oeiisers mnalostore, will be prompt ly attended to. . , 7 . Havtof loaatd th above Hall for this winter, J will eae iu ,wi ivr pnvaie paiee or naite t novo w. a. a-aJlHEX. HOTHEES I . ' MOTHEES 1I0T1TEIISI v'i DOST faytoproour IfBJ.' WUtBLOVTB IOOIB I MIS lYUTTn Can tflOrr.Wamrnlmt Bf BBWII C3 T V fl i Thle val table preparaUoa It the presartptioa ef One WW IW VAmhAAVtajr awAmASJ AAViAWAHVtAVf ewe I th best fMaaif phnWaaa end aarsss la th United states, aad has ba aae set thirty rears with never Wise safety (ad sueeess ay mUUoas of aiothtrs and sbUdren, from tha feeble Infant of ens week old to the not only tttlevee the ehlld from pain, but Invkor- etee tbe etomaeh aad bowels, cornete eeUlty, and gives tone aae energy te the whole system. It will eimeot lastanlly relieve --i - ,.;, Aairnte m rn Bewau, Wore Cove. i We believe tt lb Best and lereH Bemedy la the World, la all easts of DTSBtTTBKT and tIABBH(A CHIPDKIB, whither It. arise treat Teething ee from em other cease.. , tall direettons for Bring will eeeompany Back bottle. nona uanatae aateas the IM sistlM ef OUKTII PBBIIM I, Bw Tork, mob the entride wrapper BoUhyallUoikUnBesUrs. Principal eflos, B Bay street, MBW TOBK Paa OavuBa fjam tea tvms, Buvt'aMmawif ... , t -v t'S Hi I 1 1 i ii ia . ni. ' A. IBUJ.vh ,,,k;0,mIV i;iOaU QTJITKBB. " 'KVlVVrt au 'Mvmmvemt. .1 AJEaAaJUOL a UUriXaiiev f4 In il&'All , af fa .L's:o:?,3..p1..i' Oomiliissioii llecllaat3; i i xisbuum imW,a.;-' at Rcrar. Salt. Tizl't Watir Lime and AttOeeef Oorarr ZVva aae' Fturtk Btrntt 1J.T, ttluislaujaa ruv fUjW .."i A r i or Mj . il I by as SPECIAHOTICKS. Si MINUTES sw ??toRAN'S TmOrtfbalafsdlelM aatabllahed U J837, aad Sret arfl leleof tbe kin ereri Introduced ander ikdaaoi! o '"Parmoale Watera," ta tkla or any etnet eaanbyi al athe PnleianU Wafera are eoanterTeite. . the n P Ueoan bt known by the nam BBTAB velof stem peel' ..Maw,af.r. .j r t . , ,v Jg -.Ifffl kliiti(Jtofm.9.,vws villi Belter Oeatba, Oolds, Bore Throat, Hoajiraam-y. ' k Bnhuoref J.V tlja Bailer Aathau, Bronchitis, DlfiaBraatrJnw , . , , tniMH tvutonc Winti 1x1 1 ' - Believe BpUtlnf of Blood, Fains at ebt Obsstv T'BavAa'sPCMtoMio.WArsaa " ,A Believe Incipient Consumption, lang Diseases. Baria's Fouiomo Watim KHr IrrlraUoa of tbe Urala and Tonillt.. - BaTAHH Foutoirw Waraas : Xllr the aboTs Oomplalnta bt Zea Sfia VI. 4J ; Bawarl. lraiieiM Area Blenlng to all Class aad Oonitttml.' . Bar 'shuieni Warner 1 Are adapted tor Toealtots and FabU Bpeaktrs.- f r savAn mwosio warm a -ji nr Baraa's PcutonoWArmtf Hot only roller but tffest laatlng Cares. "O'LV.tJ.'.'.BiTAa's rsiaMawWMSne'il Utfll'i Are warranted Ujn aaUafactloa I every one. Me family shonld bs witbout s bof of- ' ' BsvaU'sPousowio WAtweA''K'!l'r . In the hones. ' '"' 'J Ho traveler thonld be wtthoat e rerjlp o Bavae'elhruiomeWarnne cmX ''.:-" Inhwpoeket. .--.-(: .- Ho person will ever object to, give for, BaTAa'sPriiiomo vTaiwm ' Twanty-f rvs Cents. JOB ktOBIS, Bole Proprietor. 97 Oortlalte-f,B).-'1 - , B. B BAinjIljCkaOBJETB, - , lat, odamlms.Olrfe. Inly -dw .. HAIB DYE I HAH. DYE H' Batobelor's Celebrated ' Hair Dye .",11 THB BBBT IS THB WOBtW i 'tu J IfL. t V W BVM ha waaea"i a aw oniy nwmieee, srae ei Bauaua or known. '' This sprkndld Bar By Is MrWehaeA Bam Bastyer Orey Hair, inslsnUy, to e Olottt ffwkm Satmral Mnmn, wttheut trdarlnff the Batr ov atanv ln th kln,.ltavlnf tbe Balr Soft and Benttae lm paits frtak vttallty, freqaentl MterinB Wprtttlne color, aaa reetrnes tt 111 flls of .Ba Bje. The lenalae k signed WILLIAM A. BATflBBXOB,all others ere mare Imitations, tad shoaM be avoided.. Bold by aU BruggMs, at. .! raeterw fte, $t Barclar "trees, - 11" "a1 ,...n..,u .1 RKW YOftar. Batehelor'f Kew Toilet .Cream for nats staax taeflmir-. JneMW-aJrwlyspl MANHOOD. C,,. , bow ion, how inTOim. last patUahea, ta a Sealed Bnvelope. ' rrle Biz 0nm. A Lecture m stie Nmtmre, Tremtrmettt and Badloal Oar of Spermatorrhea or Bemlnal Weak. aeaa, Involantary Bmiaatone, Beaoal Debility, and Im pedimenta to ntarrlan enarally. Hervounaaa. Ooa- eampUoa, Bpllepay and f itai Mental aad Pbyitcal In' oapaaty.reanltlng from Belt Abaao, tie. By BOBBBT1 J. ODttBBWaUn at. Bather of tbe OcMa Book., to. A asmwat f ThoiiaaiaAa ae aariawva Bant mnd seal, kt a pleta envelope, fce adtiraae-. post eakt, oa reit ml u eente, or twa potaagm stampa, ky Vr. OHAA. J. 0. KLINB 18 . Bowery., siew Tort. Post OaeeBox Ho. t,tt. it eepIS-AatwSmle THE CONFESSIONS A EIPEKl)CtCK ' : Boa 'eHJ PabUahed for the eanatt, aad Ma wai bag aad A A OACTIOH TO TOUB atBttj ,,.,, who safer frees Kemaa Debility, Prematnre Peoay manhood, ate., aapp lying at the same Ume, ' TBB BBAH8 Of BBLP CUBA, By en wh bat eared hlmealf after being pat te great aapanss aad Injury throngh medical hnrntrcg and aaaok- tacloalng m post-paid addremed envtlopa,' 'angle ooplN may be bad ot the anther. ..,.., .. . . MATBABIBIi fcf ATI AIB, Bsq - f ' ., ?df .KlcpOoaaty.ft. f., maygrgVdAwlytp , . to TTAnmm;i: Or Tstoeo OomtofmBlaUmg' THB aadsrslfaod wUlgtvetnrormaUoa, en. e vmaye Undine and important (abject, which wtu, h rain ed store than a sboaeaa ttmetlm eoel kg Is married eoayle of any age r oondltioa la Ule. ShemJormattoa. wlU be seal ky ataU to aay addrsss em Bat tebtiptet Mem () and a sad stamp.; If , All letteri shaaM ae Mftanil ta lu'vJJi3il i.: B, fernaiia ae -M. 1 Zerrea or BTTWJt Dear J ir t With roar eetrala- tloa I wish to say to the renders of your paper tkat wmsenibyretarasuiltoaUWBewh with fall Alrtcaosj for making and atlng t sbaplt Tag, mbls Balm, that will effeotaaUy rameve, la ma ears , Pimples, Blotohat, Tan, BrMklea, and aU ImparUlea ' the Ikla, leaving the sams soft, aleer, smooth tni;bHa- MfUl. ., 1 ji ! .", i. o-i- . !) !.' i'.t I will ales mill free to thee having Ball Beads or- Bare faeat, simple Alreenoae aad tnformatlea that will, enable them te start a full growth of LaxsrUnt Balr,. Whiskers, or a Wtesteobe, ta leal than thirty eapey All appUsattens answtred by retura stall without emwg. ;, Ksgeelfanf ttm.;' -T..' " ' THQB. . OHAPMAlt.i;. t i -r -t. .iM.Ohsmhti. JoneSO-dSawe. Bo. 8I Broadway, Bew Tetav T" 1 1 -.-- .'.a-'..' 1 ' OOaUSCMIOATBaJ at fcti ,j ago! . s. . ... i Pmlaaoastrr CwanUe VCmftjblw teose viwjjii iu' A. OABD-i'ii'!'i' " ' '" e mb TO CONSUMMTrES. ' v The anderaigMd having bean raster te health U a few wesks, by e very staple rmed, stftaw hsving: suffar edeeveral years with a eevere long affeetlen, aae that drtad dtssaee, Coatnmptl onis anilous to make knewa . hi fSluw-easerers the means ef sure ,"'.- Te all wh eestre It, he will etna a eopy of the i erlptton aaed (free ef oharge), wim thdliwonifof pta fetlat and aaiag the same, whioh ibey will tot emrw, ewrw for Cease arwua, 'Asrmuf Baeworawuv Oeoteav Oeuw, ete. , The only object of the edvarHoer la teae lag the preeerlptlon If to benefll the afflicted, aad. spnad tnformatlon whioh he oeacetv le ke ravalsabttr and. keaopss every eaffemwm ih his rm4y,e it wtu east them ae thing, and amy arm ehlesslng. rarnes waning ma preeerlptlon will please editress ' ... tor. ipWABD A.. WILBOB, Wllllamabnrgj lUamvs'a,' J ' lBf.Coojilf , Mew Xork. VPWV1SI . i. lt. i.i.x,, A OBlfTLBkUN, eared ot Bervone DftlBty, In ompeteney, Prematare Decay aad YouthfiM Brror, ae tesUdbye slrlesimni eherB, wut ke sissy to furnish to all who need it (free of charge) the seels - aad alrsettene for making the ilaple reatedj asse la aie ease. tbo wishing to profit by hit i aadpossNl a Talwhltmel--wiu noetve the i ntara amU (earstully staled), by sdmeuf '. cm !,,',(,, no, eo babuu Stut.Kiw Teai. eagiarmw..t.i:-,i tmf t Keaaewe4 Irentgiie Wf Of new. Br.A.B. WOJJAJif , W. Breadwar,waBlch St.. OolswHas Oi. bu devoted almsttf rcriarrt-i olrtart she tressmeat ef eartaia prtv-.aewCBUf he soceulMaf bmlaso a Breaaway, assr ah I jt : t 3 -j-.il bati Bt ttd ,e HSt ealMtf A tf Posiureir mtM iroaa to Cemm.- omKhtoi irra tty aa4 by irty ptrr- 0 feev OtetftBl fteeky rttll fot f 11 ni 1VM t 1 let . l4eiV3st A Be l 7 f; .T. W.li-Srf. .