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.urn It. O. & C. M. Gould, Editoi 1858. M The Katon Bunk will uot be open Tor business on Christmas and WwFFeariroaysT Tee advertiltn cVuStfnV " notice IV i. IB onr Christmas is Coming. tWtWfd-iV next is Christmas, and wc w!Vall the patrons of the "Democrat" hop w4adowS4pa indication that, al tkoaeA tifcci are 1 hard itltow-riB' be m ' 1 ill' -.1 'LllHui Ll illtl' I Zr ejjf pTthind youngof. what little change they may hare left. To mo youngsters especially this is always a joyous season : and te see- them enjoying themselves, does even an "old fogy "good, and makes hit mind run with the Poet in imagina ti m, fffcta he exclaims " ltw8 f e sC fnll t wb1t vors aside A4fl ifli'lll !3ft !) lirJMMI-li IHtJ -iii TUe holiday season fe specially conse rnftftf ff g extern, to the domestic ehaieiaW'anactiono the confW- chaaga of eetartesies alwong friend and a el ban . - fHfi &' WJfrowa- enjoy a Curfstmis and may they live to welcome many such seasons, without any.4b.iftg mar their happiness, oi throw a g4oo over their prospects with each fetnf n 'oft he ,Ja How the stirring years do fleet away It seems but yesterday, as it were, since j our school bay. days, wh?n Ghristmas and Now Tea- were looked forward to as jk'5re" f "e ehitaafjf epr,nor and the august descent of Stmt. Clout were enough to fill oar beasts awd asiadstsv!the brim of intense and trembling rapture; and now there are those at our knee wboae eyes danoe and whoso voices ring out 4a glad shouts of laughter when we tell them that of. repeateooVarti 'Tbe ifglit .before CVistyashr'n ' aft thro' taevaase, 1 X" j Not a creature was stirring, not even a nww, Christmas is a household word. The children and domestics; the parents and quests; ' the stranger within our gates ;" all shout the ''Merry Christmas morn,'' as the sun the blessed sun, rises in splendor over a world of gladness and gratitude. We rejoice and feel gener ous ; we give, aaeho pf h 'w Itttle ate son token tnl fwia tli r' heart. anJrtrlnlrffcr rrow hIowi,.aiia prayod -1. HotMastcxpiring sgulHs'iW the forgiveness . of h is ene mies, and -sfi5;rl-die acTcd mission of "is2if WtfllwJw ,1-ie blood which m - 1 . - .- - T '1 purines ine woriu ne came to save, in all the broad aaabna wliich asTe se3u tte lighf'bf rhtiawlaaehing in Karope. Asi'JUWiTicr; dV Wk' "fifvortlf' epm V; old Ocean's sunny isles, Christmas is haHe4.wbb, ivereiM and joy by thaold andryaasag, ad tiM digaity of profound gratWic-lbitiglcBi wfWt 'tra? gWitler im pulses of social life; so that religion, as the ImmIa iateltWMirac fBho,reside s weir'aaflie SolUiAnittdoftthefCktliedral- altarttHe-d'irtftpHss ftfAe iow"- liest Jcp7r'TW1fi mass, wd.the.fihfuauip of tJje incj- ry cbild atfab Hs:tiJrmti mi&, bespaaaVr tniayiaW imperishable impeTnrVrcin -rSeTcirrts-of Bdmaoify. AVe bless each hannv return of Christ mas fcjg iyfedy asidltfi Ht)Uy of its holier ic- ( worwat H. i -anting wjjft, those .dear J rccollectioas of the raolmof our youth ful migft pUtan MCaMAf dm to otaWttor the ssipiof'JuT-;aalier daysc"' Wo bless it, too, atrluVntified with tUc religion of oar lathers and of our country. Wc rbe to lila it mm the memorial of the Droclama- Uoa'af ''oeace and uaod will to men," fWTft i - . : f and WfifccI stirring with i a us a thrill of jojoas iwiagMUnRSral most like the voice of prop'Wftte'Tujtea; wine Tells 6f the comiag yoara, w4k alia a tions, peoples tongues and tribes will bless the name of thijl Ittartyr of Mount Calvary, and s ng a song of gratitude upon the anni versary of his uiiiaculous advent. In spired with such hopes and cherishing such nif njarin, wo bid our patrons, and all ihwar4j".-SBiiir, MHtw Christ a ... ... ll.l. mas, and implore tor them many a' happy reWtrn drVfMs gay in the years of! fje i4mVfmm)A ! ;T" a, . ', its I, ! . . 1 prr-fcafiy 8.'rftpn.A to . . .. , . . .-i.i tei i,..i,ii . t the holidays, intend having a public in-, stallation of ornccra anit Pfc:1tiB dinner' iTnrulav nit . ,r,--.T " :Y--IT I ii- , ' . . , . --tle H -" ' "-o J B I . , . A. . i BaraatiMj Sea potica in IthaL and eaaeraaiuiaai Sea -pot a.lveritis coluniafi ' 1 .j..-ui... -i i- -. - - tCTX A W. MiKon have on hand a splatM. afoct of Qtaple and Fancy ry O7jo"ds'. G'd str'l sec therm. Acquisition of Cuba. The acquisition of Cuba seems to be a Winers and Mitorsaa BdBceH an chaVgAconicflto us flit h A Aact upon the matter, nSwe majority advocate its speedy acquisi and let us confess, we most heartily sympathize with thero,and agree with the President's views in his message. Air Jefferson, the father of the great Dem ocratic party, was for its acquisition. As early as 1S00, in a letter to Mr. Madison, he said that with it we should have such au Empire for Liberty as she never surveyed since the creation; and he was "persuaded that no cr nstitutioh' was ever Befbre so Well calculated as Ours for extensive empire and self-gov ernment." In 1823, in a letter to Mr. Monroe, he remarked that he candidly g (Ton: UI ' "with Vtoridii-i:liftlMfo confessed that he had ever looked on ! Cuba as the most Interesting add'ition'j'er.is which could ever be made to ow , syateqj of States.. "Tbo control which, :! i would jrrv ttsin the Gulf of M .....I 1... nh'i.io n ml i.tlimita lirtrilnr t ii on it, would fill un the measure of our political well-being." d It was in the same letter that 1ms announced the doc trine which President Monroe adopted, and which has ever ' since I been known as the Monroe do? trine : "our just and fundamental maxim should be never to entangle ourselves in the broils " ofRtt- ropc; and second, never to suffer Europe to intermeddle with cis-Atlantic Af fairs." i So we see wither Mr. Jefferson's .clear foresight pointed in regard to Cubd. He bad, while President, pur chased Louisiana; he had, in 1821, wit nessed the acquisition of Florida; we only needed Cuba, and the country that would naturally come with it, to make 'such an empire for Liberty as she never surveyed since the creation J'- .What he saw as a want the country now feels as a necessity. The democratic party has been true to the teachings o,f(. Ir. Jeffrson regarding Larope in in tervention; and it has never ceased-to iook on Cuba as' "the most interesting addition that could ever be made to our system of States." An object that he was so desirable of accomplishing, can not, we firmly believe, be long deterred, either bv foreish interposition or do mestic opposition. Ito The County Printing. toHhoift'ceiptsandxpdrfurrt, times o Nearly every exchange wc pick up is filled up with delinquent land lists". e notice in some counties they are published in all the papers, which shows a liberality and) magnanimity in those who control the publishing of them, highly honorable and commenda- e. In th id county all coup ty adver- tiecmentsy oh a detiaqucpt landliBtsj fbold- hed in pnepaaer, t.iut .eounty otiicers go upon the principle that the Democrats pay all of their taxes, '- have no delinquent tax agufnsOnem',- ntrret get any money otr( n .1: ' feti'JSWL':iCS;l i. .... . I of the CounVy Treasury, and. have no V. . .. .. 1 1 1. t .. . ?' business iu the courts, and therefore don't nd-.Jo,kuow aoyblHng about the affairs of 'tha- eohy ! Thpse county pfficcrthiut that :tis yufljetcnt for the Tieniocracy to pay their taxes without knowing anything about how they are expended. Kvcry tax payer in the county should have an oppidrtunity of seeing Where his money goes jlnjl how is expended after being paid to the .cyadatyV and'uhffh Report is 'fxfyl .Uhed ia hii OkCH paper he is deprived or this privilege; henca we say it would nothing more than tijrht and hon orable, that these matters should be pub lished in all the papers published in the oaunty, or at loast twoj.and we think our Legislature would be dischafgng nothing but a simple act of justice and law to this effect, bmi h .a in Holiday Gifts! Kind! always be kind, affectionate. charitable. A friendly act, however amall, is- arti cngTafted scion or) the heart that will droD its full ripe fruit in Ilea ven. The time is at hand for balances be made; let a credit be placed on the heart-page of your friend; a livin 'ineniory of the donor. You can furnish vaur friend with something that will be living gift by calling at the establish ment of either j our young friends, WunrtUD-'E fc Qltnn, or at the Jewel ry s'.pre of J. t't'AJinEKS, opposite the public buildings. est ing to 866. The "Hamilton Hotel," at Ham ilton, has changed Proprietors, Mr. Me Bride having been succeeded by Mr James Baskv, assisted by Capt. Wm Kino, late of the City Hotel, PWiao. it .1 -t. . . JWTerjuaoy knows me new l ropnetor and his gentlemanJy Assistant, and we "pWakit that tUe Hamilton Hotel, under present iwanagwmentj Will be -one '-of tha finffitt. iMhlir: hnnsns in llm Hlnta . manner $tr, ZT5 mt 1 We wish the new l ropnetor all r f of aittd! It has done nothirfgaf rain and tftwo and country w dressed M o ir..i ... r a . . , n ucuuiii nui ui uruu. yjur streets , , . . re- scmble canals, along which female craft canout navigate, and male craft must calculate bis poaition mathematic ally before attempting to cross' our i'rce!s. Oh. what we-stlrcr ! Rstin7 ru; ririttmud ifrud, The dred Ono Holiday Gifts! Prospects of the Opposition. The future ona Iflfcelfeft Psolid is darU an&crl icaus and the but can a ft. flnciUPftside ntial basis o oomy to the If allies. Iculate up- ntial con- hey see the f the De- such argument, by which the elans can be brought to act harmoniously totcth- depressing their spirits very much. UShull Scwarimi of Kitndoaistn or fttahChaseistu prevail shall rank Abofl Laud cxterminatMJg onslaught upon the pe for cccss id t ith c and substa mocracy, which 5btflUhW ntlin their l.jecent reverses, has steadily increased since 1854 and 1856 in many of the Northern States, and also the unstable and unreliable union of Abolitionism and Americanism, for thy Prryyly tUl campaign ot loot. i Tiay we'tswa great sacrifice of principle must neces sarily tako place an utter andabsolut, Tpfn j oritrg otra11 otu; wsjiua tattake w at fill A p nnaQiKln' Kiiponc ncrnlnqt - .. v. - ' ' " " " ........ sho the Democracy. The -doubt and uncer tainty of being able to accomplish any i. v.. j.i.:a:i1,. iri ionism, liberal llesublicanism, or ex-1 flauve K now JN-e4binjAt control the next contest, in the Opposition yanks? That is now the great trouble between the discordant clems nts of the Opposi tion, and as time wears on, their per plexities will continue to thicken upon them. Meanwhile the Democracy are Lquietly and complacently resting upon their oars, ' and consolidating theic strength, preparatory.') lurking a final tcssclatcd cohorts of the Opposition when the proper time' for action arrives. Home Papers. No Stick toryour home ecwsp.-rpaf; matter if ydu are poor; reincntbwr lh none nfe "poor as the ignorant, except it be the depraved, and they too often go together. Stick to your own local paper, though it may not be so large or imposing as some city weekly; bat re member that kis thearVcflfscir W your neighborhood and daily bu'sjocs' aji'tf telis you what is going on around J?y Mnstend of a thousand owksaawM. .'If it is not printed as nic TP stbe h city i) cccitest and as gooa ts you wisn to havo it, pay ' up your subscription promptly and get your neighbor to do tho same, .and rely upon it, the natural pride of the publisher will prompt him imprtrfo1 if as fast as possible. IIo ! for Ttir. H(MJDAYW-vr-y body will want some nice frefh rocer ies and Provisions during the Holidays, and to supply their wants, L. G. Gould has just received at his Grocery a large and prime lot of Coffees, Teas, Sugars, besides a variety of Candies, Toys, Ac. for the 'little folks." He kscps con stantly on hand fresh bread and cakes, and can supply the community with trackers either by the pound of barrel Call in and examine his stock. jB When any of our Grocery Mcr- chnts grf-ttJ Clnclnaati' to purchase Groceries, we advise them to call at the cstablsjyttcjj of It. M$i &lCi.o., No. 9, Profit Street. Tlie.se gaaHoBi en ava owe of. the. largest wh olesale houses in the ''Queen City," and we speak what we know, when we sajf tlief s'eft goods alittle' the best of any hdusc j.wftl havo visited for borne, time. GUkia mt sec their goods and anccr tainj SbchV pi$ a ', and you will be cettain to purchase. W Dr. tt.VKlv,. of Sajw ':Vrk-atyJ, the distinguished Lecturer on the 'Na.- TCRK AND Pi ACTIONS QT THK HcttAN" L.i is j i ' ' i r a n in ivviuiu au Katon, the latter part of this week, and West Alexandria daring a portion of the ensuing week. lfe " tYcsJ," rffl ciuiner4 citizens wherever he has lectured, speak of his abilities in terms, of the: highest' eom- mendation. Expect a rich treat, espe cially when he gives his lecture on Love, Courtship and Marriage." m- Congress Nothing' of importance has trans pired in Congress. and wc presume n'ofh ing wilt until lifter the holidays. We utenJ to publLsh cvprything of inter hieh totes; place and keep our rea-ders-wl! posted, da of Ji-'cs, We call the attention f pur readers to the' card . of Mr- CflAfti.ES Soehner which will be fOuhd in an other column. Mr. S. has been a Pi anoist for the last thirty years, and for over nine years, been engaged in teach music. His iudg Pianos is equal, if not superior, to that of any other music dealer in tho West, and we chcerJIuJl recommend him to the patronage of Our friends. . .. 8e Our readers who wish to pur chase good articles at reasonable rates, r the approaching holidays, would do well to consult the advertising columns the Democrat. Those who advertise liberally arc not afraid to exhibit their goods or mace Known their prices. Wo observe that the Iran. O. L. :Uralanfligham, has been appointed as to .t. I l . ' , -. ' jurtgemcnt in relation I Chairman of the committee on Territo ries. This is a good appointment. The Oliio Statesman pf the 16th aat, says: 'Delegates to' the Peniten thrry still keep coming in every day. institution eon fams but seven hun cells, tbat is exactly the nuniberof 'prsonors incarcerated at this time.- more and the cup will overfloar. The Mouth of December. iiiauti an it nrentrurAa rna viAtAi-v rt tith MJl.Tor the Kravei Jthtabur3 tin a of the cer- . . . , ' , eniMiii. tu r mri n l.r.nlt hrninn t . i pijorbink toward the dhoimt ewe JT sootoS ..,.uM,er yv-M, wnicB in Dut wrv aim its twilight, soon to set in d soon to be succeeded bv a bright and joyous worraw. Iaoffably sad are tl I a..1.Ch F !, :. ... ... .vu.uja wi nit bcmuu, 11 seems as if death were in the house when we consider that the Ikst of the months is fading away forever. It is the typo of de'ath of the resurrection, and rtf immor tality; it eaa bring balm to the religious happy ture where we shall be forever blessed. And it has in its. storms and tempests soon to be succeeded by vernal gladness, its lesson to be impressed on mortal hearts. Ie gloomy clouds of sorrow oqWend tears all I5kc rain, the Sun of Hope will soon effulgent shine and bring joyJback again all fresh and pure S3-are mfrdews before they were exhn 14-- to feed the terrors of the storm. -Mourner, take heed and be of comfort, for on life's drear waste, though tempest-tossed and wrecked, thoro is at hand "a ftswa'wfcaoe we ahc-old be," a friend ly light at hand and land ahead! And look' again, through blinding mists of snow and howling winds 1 Tot tcrihg with' age and infirmity: a huge icicle in his hand by way of - staffs h flowing locks covered" with sleet and-i ttubdejenia .of Jjrbst sparkling like diamonds;' muffled ia tattered furs and tttMMigOfcfcl hie Woad a fanta-ilic crown of crcrirccns December an- proaclie tbe last of tba year! has given alii to hi children; to Spriag its dower of floral beauty; to Summer its revenues of golden ffuTts. ' These, his ungrateful progeny have enjoyed in . 3 """ s a J . it. ' . 1 ' - wasioim. not, ana aaw. jtno si bereft of all dcsetM kw Hwa t whom in his regal and paternal munificence he gave all and divided bis royal kingdom wanders in the tempest and the storm, bare -headed, contending with the fretful elements; wildly raving, tearing his white hair, and through the gloom fitfully recalling one tender form the pious Cordelia, which like tbo star of Bethlehem, glows brightly on the wia try sky and gives one radient moment to the cheerless season a beauteous vision fleeting as time, for soon the icy eord is twined around its neck, and the year liea dead on the breast of Decem ber chrosbed, but every inch a king! Wc hear the last sad wail : O, thou wilt coata no more ! Never, never, never, never, never I What are the Causes. o reader of newspapers can fail to observe a vast increase ofoviniinal news Even onr own journal, though devoted comparatively to the promulgation of lo cal and political intelligence, gives cvi donee from week to week of a fearful Jia- crcase of crime. Not'owty hare offense of the ordinary type fearfully multipli ed, but(tc quote from a writer on- the subject): "we frequently meet with in stances af crime of the . most revolting mt anoatural singularity." In onr ex changes of the saiuie day wc read of bus DanoU tilling their wivee,and wives kill ing their, husbands of parents killing their children and children their narents We see instances of brothers, pistcrs.and lovers slaying each other. Of common murders, there is no eod. Cases of lar ceny, arson, burglary, and common pilfering arc of every hour's occurrence Conjugal infidelities and clericaHmmor alitics almost rival in number bar room fights and midnight thcfis. Is this in crease of crime tho result of an increas ed deptwrit in mankind? We think not. We regard is as the result of sev- eral other causes. But first and fore 1 , . , .. ,. , most, wc tnink it results trom a mista ken notion of clemency on the part ol judges and juries, and the too evident disposition to make martys and hcroc-4 greatcriiuinals. To these causes, to gether with the fact, that in many of the the judges hold office dependent upon the popular Vfiii, w'S ?re incline1, think may be traced much or t'le lax ity of morals and the crimes with which ' ; . - 1 t iuc newspaper press aoounas. j. nere ought to be a remedy for this, and there probably is. Tl ere is no use for penal ;, ,1 , I n . ana ui il.-s ul-v : ti r " v pnT.irpo.1 , , , . . J ' that are not enforced, is in a far worse condition than it wot 1 1 be if jt had no penal laws at all. of The Gouldy Family Tho woun ded members of this family are now considered out of danger, and, with tho exception of Mr. Gouldy, arevbletobe about the house. Mr. G. is gaining rapidly, and his complete recovery is confidently looked for, Johanna Mur phy, (be servant girl, who is still at the hospital, bas so far recovered as te be able to sit up for two or three houiv each day. WSB It is stated that General Casp is very feeble. He is often confined to his room, and Is compelled to forego all heavy labor. Iltr.vo. Myers, for murdering a fel low convict in the Penitentiary, at Col umbus, was bung on Friday last. to of 1 of or Their old Weapons. 1 I Jb Opposition 1 jHrfld weapi, Ase tJf jtg mon and Ul wewetns I II IM III Plllll II lave nothing bi and vilif Democratic ires. 1 be sam used in the! endeavors to projudico the public mind against the fathers of the Kepublie, and to cast oetitfiti on the Declaration -of I dependence. The same weapons with which the Opposition battered Jefferson and his Democratic copatrWft. samoiepois that were cmployajd by the blue-figlit Federalists, during the war of 1812, against the democratic par- sad men of thg&J&lliaMa e same weapons with wbiejh the Op position kept up their unceasing war fare on Andrew Jackson. The same weapons that they employe eight and day against Van Buren, Polk, and Pierce.: These long-used weapons are all that can be brought to play against President Buchanaa apd his jjdpiiam (ration. Vilification and abuse the most rank, have been hurled against this good old Democrat, whose locks have become mocracy and battling for the good cause but will do him bo more, harm than they did to Jefferson and Jackson. rheTrnc Their old Weapons. The Democracy Want Peace. The opposition rapers are very much troubled about Senator D'ougjas. They do not know' what he will do. They are uot in uia commence, anu can onjy sur mise as to what will be his probable course in the Senate this winter, and upon the Presidential question. Their conjectures are as plentiful as hrickle berries. and as varied as the hues of our sky. Some of the Opposition sheets pity him; some condemn; while others labor to suOw that be is beneath contempt.- We arc apt at all surprised at this; it Ls iust what we should exDect. and would rfbel disappointed were it otherwise. It shows that, while the great body ot kite opposition claim that he is a see and or a third rate man, they believe him to be the aun most to be feared in regard to the Presidency. Their arrangements for 1860 are being made with. regard to him, no other democratic aspirant being brought into the account! and just in proportion as, his chances. iw..tocf$ac and fall are they depressed. Of elated We repeat, then, that wc are not tit all astonished. at this trouble about Sena tor Douglas, rrrib uA tjjr n a i We cannot say that wc are pleased, with the manner in which the Senator is dealt with by a portion of the Denu men in the .Democratic party. Ve think it altogether ; wifoag;, that the abuse daily heaped upou him aad his friends is about the. worst possible poli cy that oouUisba puudfc thai k wild, if continued much .loagcr, destroy the Uemccratic organization. It will not do to quibble about dead issues, and quarrel about teruis." i we would exist as a party. A good many persons are of the opinion that the de mocratic organization is worth preserv ing even at the expense of a little con cession on unimportant matters; be lieve that it would be the part of wis dom to agree to disagree among our- selvesj and thereby secure more iu com mon, than to split to pieces, aiid let ev erything; go to the dotrs. simply because 8 me hgh-co"o ed politicians of our party contend that there is an impassa ble gu'f between tweedledum and twec- dledee; in a word, they believe that we ought to keep up our qBuuiizatiou and giin something, instead of disbanding. ana lose every tning. We nsyire the disorganizes in the party that the hearts ot the masses arc right. They are prepared to fraternize. They do not appreciate the hair-split points advanced by mischief makers. and they care nothing about them. fhey beg of them for God s sake to lot them alone to dry up the mischievous and wicked clatter which is destroying our peace and harmony. Wc beg to assure them that the people the voters want to be let alone; they want no more confusion; they want no more quibbling; they want quiet; and will ha?e it. Is it the purpDse of mischief makers to break up the Democratic or ganization, and drive the masses into ocratic press, and by certain pomiuent St by in . Who Will Subscribe to It? The New York'Tribune, in a late ar tide upon the Republican organization, says : be 1;Thc present position in which slave holding and frtc labor stand face to face with each other in the inevitable result of all our past history, and was fully foreshadowed in the very first Conti nental Congress, and still more distinct ly iu the Convention that framed the rdem! C'?n?t'!uti?5r Jl Miis stnto Ot things, it is in vain that the selfish, the quietists in the timid, whether at the North or at the South, cry out 'Peace ! Peace !' There is no peace, Mr. Choate and Senator Hammond, to the contrary notwithstanding. There is no peace, and until the great decisive battle now pendiug is ft. Ujht, there can be none." Is there any American who loves his country that will subscribe to such a Villainous sei.tim ut that looks to a stafe continual war between the different fieetions of this country? How long can our Government be preserved if men who cherish such opinions are place 1 at its head? How to Make Mtn.ck Pies. Next a pretty woman is a good mince pic. Both are hard to beat. Any number of roceipes arc extent tor the manufacture mince-meat. Let our lady readers, howevever, take note of the following: Take stoned rasins. currants, yugar and suet, of each 2 lbs.; Sultana raisins, boiled boef (lean and tender,) of each lb,; sour or tart apples, 4lbs.; the juice two Jemmons: the rutd of one lemon phopped very fine; mixed spice, Jib; can died citron and lemon peel, of each 2 oz.; and chop the whole very fine. The prep-! arntioti may be varied by adding other j spue o flavoring, and ftl.e addition ot j eggs, or tho substitution of chopped fowl veal, for beef, according to fancy or Who Will Subscribe to It? Report of the Secretary of War. w W lOD Jg J M UiWT3 Confederacy, manning all the forti tions occupied by the troops, hold in all our extended tronticrs, and protect ing as far as possible.the different routes cxtcndin,Mnittrfflg,if,fllWlWaa Misflissinui vallev to our nosesinns nm r-aenrc. xne absolute demands for men in the various posts, stations, Sec, as well as for what might be termed the police operation of the army, left only thirteen regiments for actual service in numbering little over ll-,lfUt men, Ue velvcd the arduous duty of pxoBecutinj all the Indian wars, which have aaxtao, ded this year from the British Possess- lona. go the Pacific, to the border set tlements of M exico; as well as of thrush ing the rebellion in Utah, which, ffgflU its vindictive spirit and larsra -niuaJbariaJ threatened, at its outset, to becouie, and inaeea was, very lormioaDie. j.t may safely be asserted that no array of the same sue ever betore pcrtonuedi in so shorta space of tune, marches and mora- mcnta or such extent, nnnrtotintwg in their progress suoh foriuidabloo4sta2laaJ No disaster has beflcfe ynj thraugout it immense, wmiajEfitioa rW tlrir,tiaW IBrf'k.aM4i dangers to wtnchitJhaaoDaiaJi; ly subjected, have been borne witkatiP. i"WiPkM tf tae,KM Wbi the Indians op. tleQw 4oaM tary says tha.t a pcrmaneut peace baa been o.-tablwhed by troaijaa aataaaA Ma-, to witIi-tboai;,Bn,d ;-tho army has bee u j ncuy uduiuuhiu iu ('onus wuere ut BBaS-greatly jwed- e' "". ' - 1 In alluding fo the Xavajos, ba - aaMl probably MfHStMlSM4i mounted warriors, au cxcndly formid abb force, but there shall ba.no aabaaeJtv. tion in prosocuting the war until tlaaea-f vages are bcougut absolutely under the yoke. The Was in Texas may be look ed upon adjust begun, and twft BroMQ bilities arc it will be one of fierccaes, and may be of considetublo duratMmg.rand Much apprehension for thvhuatilc ifestatious of the. savages -beyond- the confines of Jowo aad Minnesota, been fait by tba froolie stettlemonts of 4 those States. . flffae Socreflarjaajsaots aodo say onr force is not sumowat torn apaaa troops in such numbers as will ouiet al together these alarms, a The operations of the army in f "tub 1 havo in themsdlvoa beeaditiportaJitj.arid Irautrht with moaientous resalta.- Thte people of that Territory; lM)weWr,'stitt evince a.MMrit. of iiiBubordiwatiow-am moody dischbUsot. Thfc naaaaai ty whieli- calleddo the presence ot ilve tvoops ia Utah will reqhdaea. 8ttfc(B. turoeioaa kept there. Much praise is bestowocvirhe- upon (ion. Johnston and (ho officers aad troops -under bis eoH)KiaJ.-.- -at five dislnitvenieuts. now amonnt "toJ noorl v Stl,OIXlUW iu iho iQimrtarai-ia. ter s Department, iivery voucher ho been filed with the e-xception- of 280, 000. Nothing will be lost. As to the Artillery School of Prac tice at Fort Mooroe, so long an object desired among the' inillit-iry men e4 the country, this, the Secretary says, hn-s been established, and bids fair to rea lize all tho Lenetits to the sir. ic: which its friends anticipated. Lie calls attention to the necessity f providing for the pay liieut 1 1 tinis brough ag:.inst tho Government by diift-ront itcs and Turri lories for serviced here tofore rendered by volunteer forces iu the suppression of Indian h istilities. Ihe tecretary- says that he has at tempted as f ir as possible- to meet the just wishes of Congress in reducing the expense, and the es'tuiates of tho oent fiscal year at less than the appropria tion for the last by the snin pf SS.Hi, 188. They arc less than the estimates laid before Congress at the last session the sum of 2,735,40S. They amount the aggregate to 818,01 0,00; and he: entertains a strong hope that the expen diture may be still further reduced in (he course of another year. It affords him pleasure, to say that notwithstand ing the Indian wars in Washington. Xea-Mexico, and Texas, all of which were unfucsecn and unexpected, still, unless here .-hall be further and larger demands for expenditures in suppress ing other Indian hostilities, additional those already incured iu Washing ton, New Mexico and Texas, there - will no necessity for asking aporopria- tions in the shape of a deficiency bil -and - Political Follies North & South. The article below from the Washing ton Union is one in the scnti aenta ol which wo think every reasonable man would concur after full consideration. a ine rsguv ?lmor 9-r -Strcnic men, pu cither side, is about all that proven!, the masses of the people North and South, from making full atknowledg ment of the absence of any good rea son for impeaching rite loyalty or fra ternal devotion ofeitlur. Candor and moderation are demanded of the North as well as of the South; and though we cannot aver that the ignorant and mis chievous fanatics in this section will soon be entirely silenced, wc may state with unlimited confidence, that the great body of the Northern people would hail satisfaction state of things such as that advocated by the Union: There are thousands of men In the North who have been proscribed and condemned for seeking au honest en forcement of the federal constitution hi reference to the surrender of fugitive slaves, and for opposing mere sectional schemes of adjustment between the North and the South touching the q ies tion of slavery. W hat a howl was sent up when the Missouri Compromise was repealed; and who has forgotten the deafening shrieks of tho fanoties when northern men retnsea to sustain tne Wilmot Proviso! It has required fifteen years of earnest, self-sasrificing contro eonvenienco. vcrsv in tho free States fo convince the is a the Wm k V I between parties sad section.! 1 that it is just and fair to consult constitution for remedies as Well as ights in faet to convince them that ederal compact is the very best to steer by and the highest guar of equality amongst all the States Union. The Missouri Compro- and Mr. Wilmot's proviso were sed upon the idea that the subject of leaves v ooti onlv s outside and oawflereas aggression anc j blunder of polki j experience has abundaj3tlyprore;dthal such manairement has ontv served fo build ud tbunsuMons, wdftMkSflMl wea ken the? JbJLrnmAJ- 9W Worth has been misled equally with the South; they would not trust to the covenants of cations of the bond: thev wouid not cul tivate and expand the spirit of fraternal the south aa. a-J m jajj t upon ostila- propagation of their peculiar atfftotfoaa wlM- ilic Territories'. Is mmltJmW tJMtftbat ound error, fir purpose of thAaV ani MM dly, touching thaJitrt aAiaajSiira, Worth.' ThafcirWTlMrv bad DOffPr in initiro psr ntinll v flift HHMK while it is 'clear e the other hand, that the South hold M4NMr atArery fuuch of the Welfare bdl IttmtmttWof the North. It MtOWMhiatf tnmVtwo Section wMWimfcs-ilglifaf et OtjtraWfcl success; and afttVoagh it may trM b pa raurB1fis triotic to adjWd AelfesHo a-wfl lWf t benefit to tbeWe1 & thff VtheY, a4d to determine which has power to djt the most mischief lnAheVeroat of'a diaooTa- tion of die coiTipact, it is excusable no'- ertiieiess, to reipr to obvious, lasts pear prcseiroeufa ing upon the subject. The South is 4tmn.r npnap.y' ffftTjpiimf ad tbatl? igjLitbcfgat'jEjfr iaey erjbodyu .'caa'qasits'.f Of. prosperity, and aone but the Diina wiiiaourtr ner aoiu- in or out oiMb Union, the government and oillrfiMrfj Ml de rclop her limi ful in their institutions, t wealth. ,V4itiy pa hiamiifantnges and derava- pebutUrfr ifcfits hasa4rinciplcs of the federal Union. They were fortUBatC in Wfing eoOMWnded partnership" wifffapcople'Tioseiabor strrasarcspect, between wbat-is produced in the two sdOttone of the eu4Jte ad tho vjwtbroho eon ti into to assa -namhar ? paopi resources, trwi - ly the same hingaogo W woIaappqr to the North. They aro graa aatfaaie- ntillry. mi- tliMBph tai an Ut II dissiarHar VddMnMi in this equally opposite habits of the people, cottsartueaha nsotrf powerful bead of ailr industrial -d couMuaacial au'tufl.aui'- I 1 What; fa s i aahytUwgh4 rfjlwtt ndllf(p i Balks thus largl benafct-. ed. aatf owe all, or oonrly peraty I or- potoieal albi and to-coibroil tlic two sections in per- petual oohaaonersyV Itut this ' kvib aai not all o.n one -side. J here- .are great - the .-dave Slalci who do little-else thaa talk of the "ew. den co of hostility to southern inaiiiu-.--lions;" who staad at the doors, afttlie Union telling all the passers by. that, thcywre armed for a early exi. Wlwt' eonstrnstcs hostility to .saaibhrD iasti.. tutions' " M Whbt i :-. am.-the giievuiicea hieh- aac So thruwt liUiias tmt ofjthat i'im t 4o tr xlhj t hay- hbwi t h at Abe - - In actWt ern fanitics are very aluinivo? Tiitr let them remember that Kxtur llall is also fall -of dcaunuiition,anl; tiut Mr. Scwani, Mr. Oarrtswnv and tbo.Duoln-M of iSouih.ilxiid ltave Mo mora powartow v, r soul hern iniiiliitina "' lhatu itha King f Siaai.. Juta-ovar- tit .4ioiteai States cnpital. ' Is is uo eritniaal d fart-, a man in Kn-glaiid or this country lo iiiaken donee ot hiiuseit and ill U n f (" we w.mld still insist that Mr. Garrison Mr. Seward should be exempt, for - they arc n"':n' "y iWihn ojt-lice subject of slavery, liut there are ma- m ny- Howards ami (jarrisons in the South very-many -who act upon public sen timent iu an ..opposite direct-ion to be sure, buStarrtbe same eifcait. Ii atii wuii Uat as all sensible uen of .cither sec- tiowhttv. caaie to tho eooolusiao thoa our-slavery qnarrels arc utterly barren of practical fruit except to array pcnplu agaiuiit pe-iplo, and to build up -isndar the. . gcjve ru) e n t- ,u n con sti t ut ional fnff - la Qoaa,iw nyuouisi.WC.navc.aJ5 i rreiue &etttDii incu.' tut does riouth-taW flbeuX .what they .will.., eertam coaiiugenci.es, aud the North, prate and prattle about tlie"a vei-Oit- arefcj," thp i'flavo. Power, ' and ''slauc drlifurs?" What. sense is there in these tenna of reproach? Why should wo ' 1 ..l.n.. . L2 i. - i.uiioi uvvia iiirttn.i,jiiuttWB C.atinOS do ide or control? Nobody is so want-i ing in juetutcnt.a. to suppose that" slavery is to be tuaiutaiiieJ or abolished by parties. It is not a po'itioal affair democratic or a republican institution.. Mr. Doug as and the Democratic Caucus. As the correspondents of Northorn paperi h.ave undertaken to revcdFlhfc' facts of the oa'icus in which' M!r: 'l)ow-' L" l.swas di.-placed from the Ctinffm'iS.''-' ship or the' Committee on TeVrftorirj', " Senators would doubtless prcfqV to hai their connection with themalter correct'1'" ly apprehended by the' public. " ' We bavo reliable information l)iat Uie foHowing ScnatorseitherspQke.br toted in favor of a proposition, submitted by Mr. Cllngman, ngalhst any change ft the rJommittee on Tei'i-iiories, Viz'''""; Messrs. Bayard, Pearce, IlunterVlfn'l of Ten n Btown, Toombs, . ligler, Shields, Stuart, WrignT, aud: perhaps, Thompson, of'.N. T H understood that -Col. Pa vis wryutil hive' supported Mr. ClingnJan's rcsofii lutioti,. it he Had been nrpsjen at the first meeting of tle caucus. Washig, Stairs, Uth. The rospectablo whito girtwbo few Wccksliicc, eloped from honire,in PcKalb county, Tenn, with a free nc gro, returned to the paternal root, a few days since, minus her character and 'thb"!T darkey. Hon, John Ijj -Green, of' Miss ouri, has been appointed chairman of comuiittce on Territories, in the, first of Senator Po-.iglnss of Illinois.