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Prairie Du Chien Courier (Newspaper) - October 10, 1861, Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin UTILITY--- -TDETE VOL. IX, NO. 45. PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, WISCONSIN; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1861. ANNUM. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. O. .iIKBKEU, Editor Proprietor. o( DlutT Church Sirccu. Two pof annum, jmyiible icrly, Mint-annually, or minu.itljr, i i I V 10 I 'j O41 I I- fVoo fw" M i '.'o yo III) F. B. H. F. BATCHELDER, House, Sign, CARRIAGE WAGON, PUAIN, FANCY St ORNAMENTAL. 1'AINTINO, Church Struct, 1'ruiriu du Ohlen, PalnlliW.OIiulnif. (Jr..lnliiK, mid all ilono In onr manner. WAHUASTKD, nml lllMlIfl. colatwi...j_l A.I not of v. or tliey will bo --.K-fi.''! out. i" Son- tl.no for at the Iclmll of I' our work A; (Snceenor lo A. II.GAUDNKH.) WHULKiUI.K ASU IlKTAIL DXM.BHB IN GUNS, ISTOL8, SPOUTING APPARATUS FISHING TACKLK AC., 13 VtlEV to nml soapsuds from murunig till dusky t deapcrato, as housekeepers -will HoinutimoH.'when tried beyond .endumuco 1 torn over a now loaf now mul then, and throw my kitchen'ciibinet into confusion Biddy. ouro to got her and drivomo into tho old orilurof thingi. And Musical InotnimontH of Evory Description, -cko ClIICAiJO, 01, for new i., rent. A law iiMorlment ot an' M...IO H-ok. ins It SnMO.CIaikmreet, I COI.X.K .1" CUlun, to Iho public H. BKUNNE3R, o F i c JJ: of the Church. "mine du Chloo, Vila. 33 cclvelvi. utwnllon, BKISBOISOUSE, ITEMS. The best way to expand tho chest is to have a largo heart innlde of it. _ Tho worel kind of a traitor at present arM-trator. H U rtngular how slippery whiskey the sidewalks, A bite in which teeth art impli- bight of a ropv. is a fair.fortune, and indus- try a good estate. embalmed minds. Vnrae is a upon a dead man's heart. Treat your onomics if they would aoroe or other bn your friends. only those who have done noth- ing, who faucy they can do overylhing. The condition of tho blockhcadtd and blockaded, That man cannot be your friend 'who will not allow you lo teach him anything. All diseases speak to us solemnly nnd eloquently, except the dumb ague. t public speaker, liko a hunting dog, should bi careful of his points. __It not follow thai Home wa? built in the night, because it wasn't built in n day. Bill Ihis is koepini: me back from Ihe washni" day incident which I designed lo relate. 1 two doiueiaics, ono u nurse- ry maid, ihe oilier u cook. I hire'n wash woman on Mondays, lo whom ihe. Hum o sevunly-fivo cenls has; usually boon pan for ihu work, On Monday (ironing, a few weeks ago just after tho had been limited. I was sitlinc at my work-stand, with-Hutty on a stool at my Icet. reading a new book, lha her father hail brought her nt dinner time When thu cook CHIIIC in and said 11 Mary's done tho washing, ma i I look outmy porlo-uionio. and three quarters of 8 dollar, whim tho cook i j] lar." oosht to havo dol- y N. A. WRIGHT, NIENHABBT HOTJSE llcu11 Oils. Cl.tircli jHreolt ''own, (JIKAII TIIK OOUIIT Prairie du Ohien, Wisconsin. od Slntillng U nttnehcd lo Home. HOUSE, nV MARTIN, WISCONSIN HOUSE, (I.AT1-. KAMW II Y GEO. O B. TUOMAS, REPUBLICAN HOUSE, r. 1 Corner of Curtnr Wi Street. HAMILTON HOUSE ATTO'UXKV AT NT, OVireh D Y S. BtTTLBR, OiiloMU ton tmtn nnorl iiiiicofrom tlic- Itoclc IMrtud mid CHICAGO HIIMiYt LAND AGENTS AMERICAN HOUSE n r KANE fc SONB. Mtl-WAVKKK, WISCONSIN Larce men are qnnrrelsoma than liltlf men. The largest of .all oceans is the Pacific. Tennyson that evory sea is full of He should huve cxcepled Iho Dead Sea. Can any our rsadors tell us how it is that the mouths of rivers aie always larger than Iheir bends. __Tho host penance we can do for on- vying moriU, to endeavor lo surpaflH them. __Ii In astonishing how. keen even ig noranl people are iu discovering imagina- ry affrentt, Men look at other's faults wiih a tel- at thtir own with ihe inslruuient reversed, To bo nure the race ia not always to the ift. nor the battle to Ihe strong but it go niiuty-nino times in a hundred. The nfcessity of being sometimes un- st ia a law of life, like tha.t o( sometimes umblingor being sick. Fidelity, coo'1 humor, nnd complncen- of temper outlive all Iho charms of a ne face, and mako ils decay invisible. Tho men play cricket in the fields, n oraan ploys cricket by ringing cheerily the hearih-slone. The most beautiful results nro pro- by iho conianclion of opposiles. it s the sunshine and Ihe clouds lhat makes iio rainbow. a strange thing it ro marked a Frenchman, that America should nve two hundred and twenty religions, and but one gravy." It is staled lhat in a certain locality in California. Iho quartz is so rich thai a pound and a half of goldia extracted from every pound of rock. In 1B5G, a man was prosecuted in London, for selling coffee, just then intro ducrd, an a n'lisanco and prejudice to the neighborhood. Wall she won't it." was my quick aud rather excited answer. Throe-quar tors are enough, and all she'll receive of mo. 1 never such people 1 you can t satisfy them 1" It's ft big wash." replied the cook, "and hard work standing over tho tub from morning till night." There's no use of talking, "aid. 1 sharply, I shall not pay n dollar." May be yu'd bo after dividiu' it. will hur then." Bitjj-ustod iho cook, who eoiio over lo Iho side of Miry. "Say Hint ye'Il give her a shillin' more than tho qnnr- May bo I won't said I positive- Cook wont down nUirs, leaving me in no very comfortable slate of mind. I lelt an- novod at this demand. Seventy fivo cents I'wa's all I had ever paid, or expected to pay for n day's washing. A dollar senmecl out reason. Mr. Wilhins camo in soon af- li-r and tho subject passed from my minil. Ue brouchl mu home n small photographic iinproisi'un of that swuul picture entiLltHl, "Past and with which I was very much delighted. How.ninchdid.it was a very Abolition. Democrats oppose Aliolitipn bccan-'O its votaries have always-denounced the Con-' tilulion S3 r' a league, with hell." nnd leld disunion lo be H positive Phis cerlninly is snllicienl basis for the op- position of nny loyal man to n political or- ;aniziition. But thuro am other rua-'ons. And citizen of Illinois hus no more right to meddle with tho affairs ol Ken- tucky, than a citiacn of Kmitncky has with the affairs of Illinois. This is. Ihu iruc con- stitutional doctrine, anil wo must eithc-r mo-u.iuan ordinary of observation ive up to it, or agree with Phillips, Oarn- freedom from pivj ion nnd Orceley, that tho Constitution is a a just appreciation of with and therefore acknowl- and political character. ro sdge that wo are lightiuii 19 sustain a' cov- oiled wearily from tun lo.s'uni of so weighty a matter, that aelf-intorest would lot Uitmn duciilo in her slavor. Two or t'uncs during tho .oveiitug I had re- solved almost to 'to Mary, d not fardUilant, with the-twe'nty- five coins I had so posilively refusod lo ad vnnci) on her Cut this would havo acknowledging myself wrong, and iiumai. nature is weak. f. .was not 'quito readv.for this. Vou needn't got th'oso photographs'" said I. to Mr. Wilfcins, on the next morning nshu was leaving, after breakfast. not he inquired looking at me curiously. Gilteilgo and pink lining I" Mr. Wil- kins.looked at me from the corner of his eyes, just n li'.llo wickedly. For shame 1" I nriswarcd. hiding th real stain of my mind under show ol mock I could riot got Mary out of my Every now aiidthen a thought of her wo'Id intrude, and continued throughout tho day. Several limes I rosolvud to send her the extra mi in oho had asked for her day's fork, but I call the feeling by ils light my good intent from ac- tion nnd so tho days -went ou, and the veek closed. Sunday evening found ray thoughts go- ing forward to Monday, that day of days to house keepers. I had never known more faithful or punctual washer-woman ihan Mary, and had often said of her ii .peaking' to "She's a treasure Thu question of her appearance as usual on Monday morning, was therefore a leri ous one. and thn doubt involved made mo feel nncotntortable. Rather Ihan to IOSL hcr I would havo paid a dollar for the days work cheerfully. Shu was belUr wort) lhat sum than most washerwomen thfl usu al suveiity-fivc cents. 1 wonder if Mary will bo here in the morning said I, spoaking.to ihe cook. Don'lknow, answered cook sobor'v I could ROD ihftl Ihe cxlra quar. tor was in she wished me lo their freedom in assaults upon their eman- -.....advance cipators Prince Napoleon on American Poli- tics. Tho Now York.Herald contains a trans' Valion of n letter written by the American rurreipmidu'nl of Ih" Opinionr of; France, whom ihu Herald btipposes lo be Jerome Xapoleon. 'Although writur uiakes some broid 'exhibitions o! French, vanity, and falls into home errors such -in naturally nrno from a short acquaintance wiih Amorican affairs and n habitual attachment to the formalities of imperial courts; hi': nuverthelo.s edg etiant wiih is a loyal State, but it is also ft ,nlaveholdinj5 State, fahe remains truo lo Ihe .Union because shu thinks her property and rights will bo snf- Democrats, thi-re grclthnl tliu length of tho letter forcea lo exclude a.portion which docs great cred- it lo Uio author's literary tasto and nielli, and admit, only what pertain1, to thu great ant! absorbing of the day. If, as ther-.1 is ;i .good reason to beliove, havollH! lei (H lake Lincoln. And in ihis way it that Sir. Abrahatii Lincoln cnme to seat himself iu tho chair al 1 i.avtj toUl you what Sir. Lincoln ho'ore liis cU'clion. Physically N a be i (jiaiit I ho has a plnnsitnt f.tco wiih a ioulc and timidity, a slow walk nnd his back arshed iho part of those men height thw proportions of hum-in M.-vturo, Fuluritv will inform us whether he any merit lhat of having no pvr.unal ble policy of France, and the high econiuins alKj ot' Representatives. I pronounced, upon our .nation are doubly j pointed out to mo Ih-; most intltt- gratifyin'g to our pride vntial members of both parliu. iir. Itreck- iui-iilirp IK the Keniuckv Senator, lender of "Wo will sprat; some other time of pictur- whose Opinions America. At this moment onr con- rica, politic.il. tend to nuisl bo advocate cloclrinus which tho nniubow of those oncmics, posud by every means in onr power, and wo believe that this la the sen- timent of an enormous ot the American people. Besides this, we do not believe that in nny possible contingency ben derived to Ihe Union cause by lit cut; emancipa tion. Wo can never reach the sluvrs to nnd y them in the cotton States, nn if we could, it is doubtful whether the would not turn from us in alarm and u-wedonot know what be olii nations of thu Old World. I will speak to vim to-day of thu of tliu govern- 'nt; but first, it will be well to recall in a lew w'ordi.soinu facts of ciitemporaneous Yon know that tho oltl American AUU _ I parties.loynlijts. federalists, wings, nemo- oppo almos are almost Xurlh nnd South. Hi Stala ho represents. Mr. Snimi cluiSBlts Senator, acknowledged equally divided between thu people 'of tlit) Mr. Suinncr, leader of llie an .-deemed man, havnsif traveled much in France, iho friend of do and very Hell versed in our lileraturo. Contrary to what has been so often writ- appt-araace of tbo 1 :ccuntric habits of the honorable 1 found iu iho nte nnd HiiUi-e o! Representatives very usual and decent. Without %.hu crals. Know-Nothings. nt'U'r successive dis- j rjha'inber-- the drus-i and eccentric habits of loralioii'T, fusions and .1. L'd by beini; massuil into two democrats and republicans. divis j J.1 nselui lo htato that -theso iianR's. alino-t of mmiber of whitu coatf. arbi'.arv, tlo not at all correspond in Amor- wornby a numbor of Wost.'rn mum- ica to tho ideas which they would represent their i-xtraordinnry cut natural questio .Capital House. itural Only twenty-five cents, he replied. Indeed, isn't that choap 7" "Yes very cheap. Impressions of tin! kind are usually sold at from fifty cents to Can you get any moro of them V" I in quiri-d. At the name price nfYik'u two moro." said I. "Will you irct th.'in for mo to moirnw V" Oertuinly, bul what do you want with two more I would like to givo one to my friend Mrs. Walker, and send Iho other to tn> 81-CYmi'shaU have was my hus ilion policy, throw it away, and, si nuently destroy the Union 1 That i ng of sympathy. _ WhataiU you 7" I enquired. Johnny's UKCII sick, and I TO had i wiih him almost every night." and such a dreadful headache." veloue" r 1 now enquired rememWoriog a little comniiMion 1 had given him in Ihe m Ho'drow- forth a package nnd placed it in my hand. Gill I asked. Yus." Pink lined envelopes T 0 ci'riainly i that win your direction. Bullcalliteiiravagant. ,rn do you suppose lo pa and pink lining b I'm sure I don'r, was my caro- in... why didn't you nay U" smiled, J113' trrnvitv in his oyes. I wi f r i vou nevertheless. The- pink and gilliu that little package cost just fifty thoughts passed to Mary's little boy, rn r accusing spirit cnarguu- me holding back from his lips a like.refreshment. Is hn no belter this morning T" Not much, ma'am." I turned away from the kitchen, and went up stairs, with n strange uncomforta- ble fooling about, my heart.- An image of Iho sick child haunted ino. I fancied mm I jp.volcd lo tho vigorous-prose nude-ring wiih ihirsl as! had once sulpr- f wnr 'Lllo Inajnuinance of ed, when the hot breath of fever iecmod to Lhi3 in all ils integrity and C'Xt odgi Now how much y for gilt of tha-'Viitou ConvcHtlou. Retained, .that'party-principles and plat: .jrms should uot now engage the altention of patriots, but llioir active bedryibg up my blood strendh After breakfast I sent for a few oranges, this Convention heartily and Hiking them in my hands, I enterou resolutions .passed nearly the liitchen where Mary was at work, aud by Iho lasl Congress, which said lo [wasin Iho following words "That the Don't you think .these would Uito good to Johnny V TT iva .u .W..V prcsenl deplorable war has been lorccd up on the country by iho disunionists- of I he Nothing so very iiioun in I 'un ill on inc couiivrj vy mw Mary's hands rmued In their worlc, snu gmtes, now in arms against iho Government, and iu arms around Ihe Capitol. Thai in lliis national omcrguncy, Congress, banishing all let of mere paasion or rcsentraout, will r franco. lluiu lliis entirely tlfino crals, and tbediimocraU entiruly rc-pvr li can, in the sunse which we generally attach to those words. Really, thu distinction between tlio two parties rot almost exclu- sively on tin; manner regarding slavt-ry nucstioii. Tho speak of iho Northorn democraLH, tor in the South tho slavery interest and conlroU all accL'pl slavery, and al mosl to contino it lo ihu Stales where it exists. Buchanan and Douglas hare been tho heads of lhal party to which the intonated adhesion of the Soulh has given, in these lalter times, a 'constant and marked pre- ponderance in the direction of affairs. 1 he republican party, oflalcr dato, withotit.i'X- acsly inscribing on ils banner tho principle ot'thu abolition of slavery, has n mnHi'est tendency to seek the re.-ull. Tho skillful men of Ihe parly are far from acknowlt-dg ing that pruti-r.sion, but its adventurous and terrihUel) do not mako any concealment of it. Hence the horror which tho republicans inspire in Hit- South hence, in Tuio, tho present re vo- lution.'the South having quite simply nrated from the Union because thu nomina- tion of a republican candidate, and the advent of that party to power havo appear- ed to it to iho inauguration of a policy of which the last word ihe. abolition ol Invt-ry. thero 13 even outside of .his" incendiary question a shade of differ between di-mucrnu nnd republicans it their mode of understanding ilia polilica' intl social organix.tion of tho UniliM Slates. Tliodtlmocrats, no matter how fa advanced in tho ideas which their nnui recalls, arc still attached to a certain past to Jc-ITernon.amongollii'r.-i, who quite hostile as he was to the principle of authority, had nevertheless- a fund of ideas in common with the very first and most illustrious founders of tho republic----Washington. John" Adams, wno would pass to day for aristocrats o! the first order. Thus the thimocrnts have uot driven back, bul Imvu ralhery iulded lo that, im- mense ultra democratic current, (I should say demagogical, if that expression were notloo oiion eniploj-od in a senso which would not convey my which hince twenty years hai transformed tliu physiog- nomy of tho United States, nnd altered into a specie of garment of the middlo ag cs wo might fancy ourselves in one of onr French politic.il awiublics. I have seen no on.i with his fuel on his not lln- least bil of revolver, and have looked in vain for those bus of while wood, tho cullin- of which with a penknife, passes for ono the statesman, tho or the Atm-noan attorney iu the ex- ireiscs ol bis duties. Doubt less, in the United Stales, somu details ot secoudary momeut shock our Kuropean ideas aetl habits but I do uot to dwell on those dotaiis' without real importance, whicu should not blind in to is Rood and great in this country. d. dare to you that, arrived in America, icith prcfossessux.l eztre- nely faeorablt to the I'nited Statel, the propor. evervthing has dimensions unknown to tho her eves filled ivith tears. she answered with a tro mor'io her vnico. "ho cried for an orange, and I couldn't buy him ono." A sob camo near overcoming me, but I kept it down. all -ccol- lo Ihe whole That Ihe war is uol waged on_their part in profoundly. Iho social conditions of the country. It is that currant, which has. b> the.principla of elections to a rudicuouslv year, for example, two years ut for the highest of governor, judge, represen- tative. Il is that current, which his opened nli'n, "I'-'- E. r. rrnlrlciluChleo. Gr. BUTCHER, MADISON, W1S. Proprietor. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS. Arc.. .Vc. NGINHARO'S BRICK BLOCK, Vr n vol-tJ-noM-tf J. G. CHBISTOPH, IS BT. ON'K DOOrt OK BIaniirncluro.i anil sclla Evcrylhirig IK TUB tOO'JT A" Sit OK TT o Ji o- xxt UAIV Srr.r.KT, Two dfjf of If AHICH ihor1. I'KAtKIK -C1IIKS. WI8. "n liniul vcrycholco U JtrHj.Afr'l nlJlk'j In Mvt T KTTFK I'.M'KII. Note I'ttfvr. 1'npor Jj I'.'iln I'lijitr. toirn, vllido of otho at tlio I kt thw ntorc of Mus.M. N. A. t and ilralcrs uolk" of uii'l N. A. K. WKIOIIT Manufacturer nnd Doulcr in CuMom and pafforawrt In we HJ-BWII, raannor. All "tuf.'.il'.n. Repalrloc dene. AH Terms for c norihjf OB nt Streams. Quilp snys, when sees kisses bo. women, il reminds him of two hand- some unmatched things with their proper mates, but good for no- thing that way __If wo try to obtain perpetual change, change itself will become, monotonous, and then we aro reduced to that sad dii- pair "If water chokts what will you drink after il Beardless youths, 'says Punch, are most prone to arrogance and self-sufficien- cy. As they grow older their splendid lone whiskers cover a great; deal of thoir Instead of retaliating upon the man who calls TOU a villain, a liar, or a thief, cooly inform him .that you have not sufh- cient confidence in hliyeracity to behove him. __If the speculator mioict his aim, ev- rrbody out. Hc'a a and oth- er times "he a rogue." If ho succeeds they besiege his door and demand his daughter in marriage. gold leaf and I dropped my oycs away from to ca- Uloo'k with which my husband .ceniod from tho car- neUlo neoo w regarding me. He had not meant to utter n rebuke, but his words went homo. Jly was too-full of gratitude. I'll ba buck in n ano said, a few moinunts afterwards and.went hurried- ly ou Ilere is your money." The day had. Mary, thoughts passed instantly to poor M Iho washerwoman, and her hard day s work. 1 thought of her two children nt home, from whom she had br-on absent ev- er flincn morning, and-the meagre provision she could make them and herself on llio small sum of her cents a day, with ihe certainty of not moro than Ihreo' or four days' work in a week. I thought likewise of my refusal to incrcaso I thought likewise of my tho sum of ono days' earnings tho small to sum o ono ays e addition of oven a single' shilling, whicn my cock, with more kindness and sympa- thy than I had given her credit, for, nau closed and thn washer-woman's work was ,ne. I held two half dollars in my hand, ary looked at them, and then at roe, hilc'n Hush of surprise, mingled wilh ope and pleasure on' her face. No fur- icrword was spoken. She slood a mo- ont, moved, J could-soe, by grateful feel- igs, that would not trust iheroiielves in turticd from mo and loft or home. VTas I not a happier woman, as I aat a nong my children thai oyening, lhau I was ist a week before. Ah. we cannot wronb nothcr without laying burdens upon ou wu hearts, How many colden opportu itica for gathering up life's sweetest pjea workmen expc-l nil his eustom vrork iliil llopulrlni! noittly ami cheaply lie keeps on IIMI.I a Itoo.l ShoomakMS- Milter a Is, Ac. la'.-lo "In Ohlen. March urgcd'nicVn lierlmpnlsive woy to advance A shame spot burned on my check. Raising suddenly, 'I went down stain into the kitchen. Where's Mary 7" I asked, answered tho cook coldly. So soon Yos ma'nm. Shn couldn't stay, in wash was so heavy and we didn't get turo till __X young lady should often maintain a prudent reserve and silence in tho pres- ence of her I6ver, will uncertain to fan- monl '8r' EW MEAT MARKET Oppo'Uu yrnnch 1861 JACKISM, Why didn't you got her some nupp" I wanted to, but she said no, she not hungry." I'm wag ray remark, sloo BMa'l'd'eaj' wiwr Hiai. she can show I thoughtful for somo moments'. Conscienc herself by her talk. _ to was _ A namesake of Alexander Smith, the M oet the aulhor of the Life Drama, nu- Don't know, ma'am, she didn t say- nirod that work .o much, that although Guc9s ns llow. .lry to make a (in him-a Uomewhcre else, if. she can ewere ese, se can. turned and went up stairs, foelins alto- er uncomlbrtablo. What a trifle was nacquainted with him, he amounting to _ Horace Mann .says, it is 'every way rrditable to handle the yardiilick and to _IQ ucr oj M iiupormutio i r-.-. measure tape the only .discredit; consists wjlh j ghouUl liavofou the n having a soul whose'range of thought I diminnticm of comfort. the R as short as tha stick aud.a. narrow (o ,mvo lie tape for tlio acoominodatlon f III? Lower Town Bridgeport Store. WhtltiMo and Kniail Dtslcr In all klnSi ot GROCEEIES nnd WINES, LIQUORS and SEGAR8. (Aan tht Bridgeport, (Barrotf. Ferry Old World. I have found in the United States thit vhich. despite my inclination to adinira everything, I did not expect lo meet with, on tho word of even tho most favorably dis- lotcd travelers, and that is perfect order, aouesly, eagerness 10 bt) ol service, if not urb.inity. lifo com'orlable, easy aud regu- lar in tine and habitual intercontacl oy nil classes of society viliich neither so-.ls, wounds or chills any one. Iwillndtl lhat 1 have been struck arvtl louchcd by Iho artl.-r in some sort rous, wiih which ihe people of Ihe contrary to their mosl immediate and most imperio'us material interests, havo thrown ttemselvi'S into a war which list bul ono of vindication the hoior of tbo common country, which they bcncve lo have been oulrasrcd by the South. Ibis la what Ihavo seen, and am very happy to sav and lo repeal. Bul I must also bo per- mitted to givu with the same sincerity, ihe impression which ihc- very (I need not say it) superficial eonliict with thn political man of the Union assembled at Washuig'.uu has mnjle on mo. I have found them, on every step of llic ladder which they could successively reach n ii-alous and unbridled democracy, m quest of men sutViciently niedicora to in- spire neither envy, hatred, esteem nor love: uvcrylhin? which wounds Iho sHiiinntint ot .-quality, once lhal il has pasted the bounds ot and common sense. Kara lour; time, in the United Stales; political careers nnd public offices have ceased to be n vocation in order to become a trade, nnd one of thu trades esteemed in n country where, according to ihe ftno expression" of do TocqueviKe. all honest professions aw honorable pro'eiiionn. Jim- isterial portfolios, seats of judges, n-nv.ora and deputies, the very residenti.il chair, belong to a limited class of citizens who of ledci-ai authority, under pretext, of serving State sowreignity. and which UC i CUIiavl iitivitl Ltiu preserve Ihu Union with all the uienuy.' chnraclcr. It is that-popular wave and rights of the general stalute lrowll wilh. it the prestige iniropaired, and that as soon ns itlwse ob- I ccts-are accomplished the war ought lo ase." '4T I cotnplUIlMV That we nro for Ihis U111011 prelexl of prcsory- iiiu individual indcpciiden.ce, that, in all degrees of ihe hierarchy, public oflices aro considered as'tho spoil ..fa small nu completely of pro has authority in ihu wiVhout conditions, one and indivisible, now and forever -.and that wo are for Us preservation at any and every cost of blood, and treasure That we arc yimrtj Liien. uiuoni; may-be proposed to be made iimlor int.: capable citiy.ens keep alooi from guns of tho nnd that wo plmjpe.Kiirou-h the same, sentiment ot sclf-lovt. our mosfearnem efforts to sustain the Ail- whicfi IDokM tjlem ihcm in another ministration in the adoption of the most ,he inovements wh_ich vigorous measures to crusn rebellion, pun- liud tho social liaoit r mainlttot tMH I .nnStllUllOU. l. l.noi. rullo I Ulvaul '---J----- t ait) Wllalucl tu tts j and treasure, as-nmst all IU Uer'of mm. who.disi.nle about and That we are against.any them amoni; themselves and abli1 thum. so to speak, like a monopoly. I think that in cuiiM-qwcnce of tho raugcment which public, even municipal lutirs itiipire in men weight and capa- lilitv, thu republic of llie UnitoJ State. UIIIK! to possum agovernmeniHl personnel ar below the real worih of tho nation. H plain lo eveiy one Ihxt there is an PX- iremu term which cannot be pastil an.) that the evil, by ill own excuss, curries within it. its remedy. I do not doubt that present crisis, y per justic raiding selfish- ice to the poor, to nres do we. let go, b; noss, and a narrow inj-------- ob both us and them.of the good to .which vo aro both entitled. A trifling incident, some one may say, ii which to hold the reader's attention so "ong. Do you tbink so, my friend Think again, and away from yourself as much as possible, and perhaps tho impression rally ish treason, and maintain the.Conslitution the Union, nnd the Laws. wo aro lor tho most care- ful and economical'administration of our 3tato affairs, so that our meins may not quandored, but may all bo applied 'to .Hi THE GLORY Of A UK if the most deplorable manners, abandonment of the Uf.iROS ami I Iho world. It is under ihe ii i les of the United have it w.iich is inti-rpr.'tetl lo tho cy eificial observer by a of carwlc.ssni'ss in iml by Iho nlmost It- I tJOtnOl U Itvuilliui bnviwi to mn which I refused to advance her of great In Very as I in this poor wo for her work After all, what capital, kindly, jolly, glorious thing n laugh is I What a febri fugo, whatan cxorciser of evil spirits Better than a walk befora'.broakfast; or a nap after dinner.-- How it ahuls the mouth of malice, nnd opens thc.brow of kindness Whither it discovers Ihe gums, of infan cy or ago, the grinders.of folly or the beauty whether, it the sides or isfit-uro's tho countenance of. vulgarity, or imples the visage or moistens Iho eye. ol utinemont, in all.its all its faces, onioning, relaxing, ovarwhelmmsr, con ulsing. throwing Ihe human counlonance nto something approximate to Billy-nut- transformation un l clo. who can'tsell it. Leastways nobody will. Vch of ote lo aiirround iho of co. puars lo be goin round -wearin it to any ote noll perticler exlent, now (lays.. The. regiment authori at ODCt- Tho mailer troubled roe greatly. _ A man -who really traroliDg, od 60bor as I sal at lha head.of would soon conwnt to pack .a day .of Ubi0> timt my husbanrl ei.quired. such happiness into an hour, .of .railroad. Lhade.of.concern OB his were no as one who loved eating would agree, if woll. it were possible, to eonceutrata hI3 oh> I answered, rallying into a pill. 'quite well _ Thistlt., though noxiou. are o.u.llv nuns of themselves. But I remained ill. al lent grourd whereon they grow; Conscience k.pt accu.ing me. Had I bet :tw. and betray- -I no grourd whereon they grow; .o V considerate er of the mind, jtt an argu- u ro.nt of the ingenioatly and Tlrto- ously inclhitd. on H trnnsiormiint... uuder every, circum- mice, and everywhere, laugh .is a., good A thing of beauty" is a "ioy forever." There is no remorse in it: It B0 in; the sides, and that goes a single unparticipated If there is one laugher and ouo Ihere aro forlhwith two .laughers, ana so on. The convulsion in propagated like gound. What a thing it.ia-when." epideoais. ST Little Sally WM teaching h.r young er brother the Lord's Prayer. They wen on very iraoothly .until "Mo IDauv, FlftT eenta-for gilt and tint, wa pr of "o but twenty- re Give thi.day ourdaily.bread." "Mo no, me- Want- and' nfutrt to precstd until the dttired- amtttdditat Wai adt in donotprct.nd to pre.iicl thu new politi cal !orm under which America will pursue Ihu career of hur destinies but this peo- ple has n vitality too great, a practical loo power ul, resources too vast us to feur thai she will not profit wi.elr froui the experience of the and that, liko tho extinct races. >-hu will not bo im- movable in her nor. lo avoid Ihorn, throw herself into the opposite estrrme. The crisis will pass the elements of vi- talitv which America bears within her, will sivo" her streusjlh to surmount it. faoon yon will se.! this country grca.cr, more fu.l of future, than over. I end here lor to day this letter, already nitc locg, and promise to send you thu taainder of it by the next mail. A DKSKRTKR GETTING His On Vodnesday American deserter camo o town all dressed in his uniform o.' blue. le lhat ho hud been a tbrcu laouili.-. had nerved ihit period, and cf- erwards re onlUted for the war. but Inserted and come to Oanada. This story obtained for him but littlo Ho was at once denounced ns a perjurer and ft poltroon, and driven first out of houso and then another. The men imd boys even caught tho feelings of disgust that we" ro- The tribunal'of a largo town in Low- r Syria, has just hsd to decide on a some- what singular of breach of Th. and rich daughter of a baker became enamored of a gallant lieu- enant in tho army, and a marnag. .was soon upon. The parents of the pirl rara their consent, but on the express con- jition that their future aon-in law ahouU j ve up his commission. he agreed lo and hoped that the sacrifice would in- cri... th. affection, of. his alas! with his gliltering uniform departed .11ihe'oV. of the fickleVir.one. who po. economists hat requires practice and sludj'r-slalcsni re not improvised. Mr. Abraham Lincoln is the.first born o of ido lane in tho country. Served him be Yankee or every- of want o and leoiti iho event of succe.n. Siiccesi-wasendangKied for the aoreement upon whom fix the nooimal leader.hip.- Then it that Mr. Suward, Minister of Foreign Affairs, who. as a man of mind end might hare bad the greatest claims on behalf .of him- "if, and did raise opposition, May dascrfcM, whether they be Y British, receive liko sympathy Chatham (C. IV.) Planet. FAUMS ix A Cali- fornia correspondent of tho America.! Stock Journal, gives an account of of tho .large farms in Los ingflos Counly. among them lhat of Don Abel S who own. twelvt ranches, which tuo bundrtdand tiyhty tlauiandtisht red andjifutn upon which he 13 000 heail of wttle onFd 300.UOO hor.es Forly.tbrw mcnuorjed jo same county ova farms ran-mg froa to -il
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