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Bedford Inquirer (Newspaper) - October 25, 1861, Bedford, PennsylvaniaA weekly paper devoted to literature Politico the arts. Sciences Airi Cultore cd a act Terras one Dollar and fifty cents in Advance. By David . ., Friday. Oct. 25, �861. Vol. 34. No. 43. Or. Russell s letters. We copy the following from or. Russell letters to the Lon duo times one of Wlinich is dated at Wash log on september 6tb, and the other september lob Fremont a proclamation major general Fremont a proclamation has driven a wedge not Only into the Fine piece of Cabinet work St Washington but into the the United states in any Way which Congress passed at the last moment and which the president signed so Clao Tanty bus been taken by Geo. Freimont As Bis authority for the edict be Lias put Forth it May be is Weil to Point out that he goes so far beyond the terms of the statute As to liberate the slaves of masters who Are in rebellion against the govern duo mint and so far As his District extends there it did 0r8�?~ he to told if successful liberate nearly fissures a Al to f ves it because there in be but Little doubt that a vast number of the masters in the South Are in rebellion against the governs rent of the United states. To the democrats of the North who Are at this instant talking of a a guaranties for the South and to Revit Sion of the Constitution to the same breath in which they speak of the vigorous prosecution of the War for the Union and denounce seems Sion As revolution the doctrine founded is it is on the undefined Powers of martial Law must be particularly objectionable it May be a bold stroke of general Fremont to Ait Job to himself a coherent mass of the i republicans or it May to a simple act of War without any latiere . At All events it is embarrassing. Tue commander of the forces in the West is an ambitious bold and Euter prising Man but will Surprise my to find be proves a very great Toan. Be is profuse in expenditure energetic ill action and speculative in plans but still 1 doubt whether he can effect All that is exp eled of him with the materials at his disposal. Our obstacles and encouragements. It will require Success to War and great dexterity to make Kentucky Safe tor the Union greater still to recover flt Shooti in spite of the extreme Weakes feebleness and ignorance of the Confederate leaders and their inability to turn their advantages to a count the War of the colonies with great Rrt Tain must have Beon conducted very much in the Battle Fastnow on both sides. The vast size of the slates and to to enormous disinter to be traversed Render it impossible for Mere fighters to do anything except kill and wound Taeb other in a guerilla War till a Leader sonic Soldier who knows something about the a 11 c of Bis profession rises up Aud reduces the efforts of his followers to a systematic Mode of warfare. Hornc worse instead of belter. Whole substance of the Union party not deed any such appliance to cause fissures in either for there were and Are deep rents and cracks id these fabrics built up is they Are of bits of different platforms which Aii the Union glues and the varnishes of the Polis Ticiano could neither eventually Cement nor conceal. A system of ostracism and the libera use of Lafayette once introduced it is bad to say where Tho result May end or when those who enjoy Tho Power will become Phil. Sophers enough to deny themselves the Equist Ite pleasure of sending off an opponent at an election or a possible rival to the seclusion of the Stiitt retreats where he May reflect on the errors of his Way and repent him of the evil he has done. Russells View of our president and Cabinet i do not attach any importance whatever to rumours but it is wit Biu Iny own Persona knowledge that serious personal dislikes exists Between to members of the Cabinet. The president in the Saiu cultivates the intimacy and pars haps approves the councils of or. Seward but be is exhibiting a rude vigor of his own rude because it is displayed openly which proves that he Oao reduce Bis of Bidet to what it really is Aeo Ordog to the american theory a a Mere Board of Heads of departments who May be put on one Side if be pleases. Or. Fee Ward Wise in Bis generation conf dues Bis attention to the Csertus business of Bis own Depatt a in cd but others of Bis colleagues distinguish themselves by a unlucky Assiduity to Tormen. Ting themselves with the affairs of departments which do riot belong to them and a everything by turns and nothing Long Are the Teredo of every Plank in the ship of state. Or. Lincoln who 1ns a right to go everywhere and do anything to likes apparently evinces a so. Lici tade natural enough in All that is going on in the army Tho Navy and the it ther branches of the Public service Aud has utterly turned Bis attention to the subject of big gu03 aug a ordnance. It would Surprise an englishman whose notion of the function of a fru Siddur found re on the popular idea that they were those of a Milder sort of chief magistracy than that which we have Tho Lapp Icuss to possess probably restricted his Powers to that of veto or approval by is Goathie of acts of parliament and Tho sending of messages to be told it or. Lincoln is not Only Bead of the army and Navy but that in such questions As the Pru Pru Ety of relieving fori Sumter by a military and naval expedition the Illinois lawyer studied Hooks Beard arguments pm both site and finally determined on the Ccu Ige to be pursued. Pray observe with what subtlety Tho Souther ners have acted in the language they have used to familiar correspondence and to the press when speaking of the United they never mention the name of the cd a Vicat Republic. The United slates army is to them a a Lincoln a mercenaries a the United states a Navy is a a Lincoln a War ships and so of through All theve Ristics of Lincoln so a hordes a barbarians a Yankees a a Savage a amp they Endeavor to fix on the president the direct personal responsibility of the whole conflict to restrict the agents he uses in waging it to Ibe Yankees of the new England slates. Lincoln Blair Asp Chase. The mass of the South Are fighting for a Union of their own to which they Bavo insensibly transferred their loyalty and their National feeling which unquestionably is great in the old Flag and believe they Are fighting against an alien enemy Coe Abraham Lincoln a who is aided and abetted by the Powers of darkness and their Yankee co Iff iolent. And yet 1 have reason to believe or. Lincoln is dog of the most moderate men in the Section of his own Cabinet which looks to internal poli a tics and that in the present distracting discus coins he generally inclines to the View that the North is not making a War against slavery and that the result of her Success need not to be the liberation of the negro. Or. Blair who is a downright cover after of the american sort and with whom the Eathern slaveholders Are sons of belial a a sword of the lord and Gideon Man who could smite the philistines Bip and thigh irom the Lising to the going Down of the Sun and several hours after with a grim satisfaction to being a chosen in a second fifty Mirin Ion of a he loar.�?T, and no doubt a Trameon to speak of course metaphorically illcrei>8ed0r 0�?z he pm Ort of th8m Opp hed 10 from Missouri. Tuk reason s for pricks retrograde movement. Lexington mo., of. 10.�? correspondence of to St. Lenta Republican a the plan of general prior after to captured ing Tod was to a Cutain for a Lime Ami operate on the North Side of the River and for this purpose of saturday the 28ib september he Eros cd the River at Lexington with four thousand mounted men and this Force took up their line of March for the Railroad with Tho View of its total destruction and then sad havoc was to be made among All Tho governs Lieut forces in Northwest Missouri. But Date in the evening a rebel named Allred Jones who had been released As prisoner at the Arsenal where he had taken Tho oath of allegiance to the United states give Smooot a historical Pas Lille. In one respect there 1s a perfect analogy Between the Advance of the Federil array into the revolted states and that of Bonaparte into mean the terrible Servile Alliance in each Case says Klas Flitt in his a life of Napoleon a a due great fear of the russians was that their slaves would Rise up and throw off their bondage and it , therefore an object to prevent their having any communication with the French. They made use of the most improbable and disgusting fables to excite their terror and hatred and of their ignorance Ami degradation to perpetuate that ignorance and a those serfs a As of Horton says a who inhabited the Little towns were Well disposed to head an insurrection against the noblesse. This was the reason Why the russians resolved to set fire to All the towns on the route of the army. Such is the perfectly analogous situation in the two rises. We believe that our True policy is precisely that which commended itself to the greatest practical publicist of his ago. Bonaparte refused . Edited by c. W. Greene. K?a1 communications for this department May be addressed to the editor at Bedford Bedford county a it is pitiable to see the Union distracted As it a. I i a i a i e a a a i make a mind us i give haul All who Are cog is but i fear the condition of tilings Wili be. C ,. 6. ,i a a a Nizato of Liu Louve Sueur will be disappointed. Hii most intelligent friends co Niider this course a Complete , Obilo tha More verdant Are Solace with the idea that he returned from St. Louis to Lexington and re to Avail bin self of the disposition of the serfs to ported that the whole country below was a Ive Rise against their masters. And Why 1 for precise with troops that Fremont was after Price. And that prior might prepare for a big fight in a few Days. Big seemed to raise the courage of Price s men and they said let Fremont Conte they were ready tor him. When Jones announced that general Fri Nunt had 30,000 men his Only fear was that Price would cot make a stand Tho of str countermanded i order for sending troops to the Railroad Aud a messenger was Imi Codute by despatched alter those who b cd already started across the River. Us that right Price made his proportion for a novem it South Ward and general Ralos it �4 said went Twenty Miles that Light on his Southern route. It is also believed that governor Job Sou availed Hir self of this Emu mud As an escort to get himself out of danger. Price and All his forces left on monday the 30th Alt but i train of baggage wagons about 1,200 in number did not go t off before wednesday. It Price had desired a fight with Fremont he would have taken the Georgetown ital or possibly the we a Frei Iburg Road but instead of this he has gone of the Road leading Down the Western Boundary of this state and the Southwest. I have Given a Plain narrative of facts As they have transpired Fiero and if Price dots we Liat is education and what Lias it done. How Many times has this question been a ked during the lat Twenty years it was onco thought to be a instruction nurture training discipline modern educators have been analysing the word and tearing it to pieces until they have come to the same conclusion that to educate is to instruct and train Sll the fun Multics of the Miod and the body what has education done for mankind1 twas wont to be said by the uneducated in times past that learning is Good for nothing hot it makes its possessors proud. Lay amp a. But it is now known thit education bus done something and ii let thing Good to to. But we also know that it a not done All that was expected from it and which ought to have Beon done by it. Why Beau a education Fias been fec tits or has not been of the right kind. They it uth have not a been trained a in the Way the y should but our qu>8 in in is not what has education not Dune but what has it a in be Ware much healthier ban our aum str. Is not tiit something with no Bat it is. And this has bet u accomplished by our being better instructed in the Laws of health. We requiem her me time Whin in this enlightened country the doctor Ahur up his pm tip of burning with fever in a close room during weeks of summer heat without a bread of pure air or a by the identical reasons that Force to hems Ives upon us. To the serfs. A said he a Are unfit to to trusted with the Liberty they desire. If i encourage Tho subjects the Czar to against him. F cannot Hope Hathe wiil Ever again become my to subsequently Miry use of this language to the Senate of France a by proclaiming the emancipation of the slaves i could have armed the greater to Klimt of the russian population against himself. In Severd villages this enfranchisement was a demanded me. Bui the War i Maite upon Kusia was four Cal and besides the brutality of tin s numerous class of the russian people is such that this measure would devote Many families to the in hot Horny Birb iritis so Well Weka engaged in just such a political War in spite Ltd our own will against an adversary Ihu to has been and whom it is of great consequence should Fig in be. Our in Neather Case was Subj Galton the purpose but simply the restoration of affairs to the status quo Ante Bellman a that being the object of Bonaparte As he himself de Claire a be old not doubt that his True policy was to prevent his a political War from being the occasion of u social and Servile War. Lie held to this drop of Cool water tor his parched Podjue a a it Theka top to the Lime he left have a Tai und Ilot a by ed0 a. Cow. As i sued by sir Robert Wilson an English a r j. Who Cam i he i a t Day from disc a has Dimin the gleam of Sunshine from half a Rasela thrown a dark How across Tho South. It b3s revived the Hopes of the North and gilded the weather Cocks of the Navy department nut forgetting the much abused Aud hard working Secretary or Gideon Welles. In his letter of september 10th, or. Bussell write As follows respecting. The retirement of the rebel lines. All that can be seen or Beard leads to the belief that the confederates arc or Coparin for some great Effort and that the y Havn retired Connof their Force from before w shingon a War a a device to Blind their Rritt Aronim while making it on to co operate with the rest of Tho army by a serious demonstration above below the City. If the confederates have moved they mean to do some mischief. They can scarcely retire and Hope to make a l Etter leap by doing so. In inactivity on both sides coupled with prodigious expenditure am the Best if not the Only Canoe Oto Compromise and peace. Success on either Side revives the Hopes of Complete ultimate Triumph of the one and stimulates the animosity anti the display of the resources of the there is one thing to be taken into consideration 39 in element of peace. During the Widter the armies must go into quarters. Even so far South As Virginia the weather is frequently very severe Snow lies Many feet deep on the i ground for weeks at a time. The Potomac is i has gone to meet mock Iloco whip from the most reliable information is som<�?~whti6 in Arkansas. The Force a of Price wire very Large at Lexington hut Many of the men were for the occasion and have gone Home. His Force was i5, to 18.000 when he i Eft Lexington and a fue fact Besoiu a it certain that his destination is Arkansas it will still further decrease. Writer who we present during most of the Campaign a there is no question that a civil War could have been fomented in Kassis and it was Bonaparte who rejected the offers of insurrection which were made to him during the time he was in it w a a now if Bonaparte was impelled by the importance of not permanently alienating the Czar and Alao by considerations of humanity to avoid All incitement to Servil War the same policy is most Assur i incumbent upon us. The recovered Friendship of the Czar was necessary to him simply that an external ally might by won but the regained Iritz ship of the Southern per a ple is Nee Essav to us our internal oneness May be saved. Toe Luik in bus Vas rebutted Only to Distant foreigners of alien blood strange religion and Barly Arious language in our Case they r fer to our own kith and Kin speaker of in Sanie Muth a or Toogoo at the a Nie altar and Lel Low Eit Zens under the s into for e Rule. The reasons which pressed us pow Lully upon the Gre at French for Unwor press with far More Force a iwo a . Y. World. Iii Ruskin t m a few Milico. 121.�? the a or Usu in got of the St. Let us. Republican under Date of Santafe n. Is it. 22nd, writ is As follow new Mexico is still free from invasion by tie. T a a us. Of the 23 in Irist. At fort Fountleroy 4�?~jo Nav Njoes made an attack of that pot and were repulsed with a loss of 20 killed a i 44 wounded and prisoners. The troops in the fort bad but one Man wounded. Col. St. Vrain has resigned Aud it is understood that kit Carson will succeed him in command. The governors Call for the enrolment of All males Between 18 and 45 does not seem to diet much attention from the people. I have yet to Bear of the first Man complying with its requirements. Movements of general Cameron. St. Louis oct 12. A Gen. Cameron leaves occasionally a Fri zen Over completely. The j is. Losis to Day to visit Gen. Fremont at Yauip cd Aliv roads always indifferent become River of mud Lillie Tipton. I the Atta and slush to rough which it would be Caily impossible to move men or guns or when the armies Are in Winter quarters will the politicians work for Paoo or War or will the readers of be permitted to carry of operations in the ice and Soviv remembering the Groat Success of Washington after the reject which is so often represented in bad engravings All Over North America it is obviously the interest of bean regard to strike a great blow before Winter sets to and thus strengthen the base for negotiations but Geo. Mcclellan i am satisfied will not move a Man if he can help it until the very end of this month or the beginning of october. About that time there will be kind inquiries about the a and not physically Bis a great influence derived from the clearness of Bis head his persistency and the rigidity of his principles among his party but his doctrines would most Likely end in confining the United states to the original new England settlements or in establishing a dictatorship resting on Bayonet. What pref any Popery and monarchy were to the men of the first covenant our hero rights she holding i untuned. Arc to or. Blair nor Are they less so to or Chase who possesses after All the largest and Moat solid brain in the Cabinet but who Iliad of Hoje Oriun at one time to let the South go it it liked believing that the system on which it was founded must be cd the end and that not distantly the Means of inflict log a punishment and vengeance on the seceding states far More terrible than any either the Araby or Navy of the North could execute. Fremont and hip proclamation. It the War. But if general Mcclellan Obi aids any very considerable Victory and ii Able to break through the Shell with which the confederates have covered their soft parts in the Interior of the states some measure Short of secession and May satisfy them and when they Are menaced with destruction they May put of with us offer to live our air terms Puli their conquerer a. It is to be seen whether the latter will Ibex offer them what they might have easily at a eat tier stage of hostility. The Rieb enquirer announces the arrival in Richmond of to in James fer Tisou Knight m. P., England adding that a sir James brings letters to president Davis from Luu. A. Dudley , now in the slight objection to ibis a Intelli genes is there is Only our person in the British p, Nane by or it tray readily then be imagined Bow Gen. Fred Erik Winn Knight who represents West Fremont a proclamation Ino Roasa the difficulty Worcestershire and that the Only in and augments the animosities which exist in great Brivian with a title is a Dir Arnold James the Seo Tiona of the Cabinet. Lest it might be j Knighr of who is m. D., but supposed that the Law Corfi setting slaves who not m. A. The Richmond enquirer will had Beed employed by their masters against i please try Philadelphia press. A Large to Len ton of missourians have wasted of general Cameron Argio Tho Contin Umeo of general Fremont in command of this department. From Washington. Washington oct. 12th.�?everything along the line of the Federal army Well on those of the Retis is Levi ruled quiet to Day. The opinion gains ground tha general me Olelian a Pian for organizing his into three grand divisions which has heretofore been objected to to general Scott will be adopted. Generals Likiu z Man Franklin Aud Mcdowell Are a puke of a it the Resce Tivo Cucui Wiander. Several Large transport came of tin Poto Lojo ibis More dogs running close to the Virgin a Shore. They were Uusi Olesley. Or. Usury May m. 5. Irom Baltimore a been released front fort Mchenry. The Reud of several other a iuioreal8, now under arrest Are working actively for their re lease. A a Jessie and the elder Blair. A a Jill Triune from Wasbin Tou reports a Good Biog As having been said by Jessie Benton Fremont while on her recent visit to the capital to ferret oat the origin of the hostility which had manifested itself toward her husband. At one of her interviews with the presi Lent or. Blur sr., father of the postmaster general. And Frank p b air was present. After some preliminary conversation or. Buir turned to mrs. Fremont and Colum died the dialogue which follows Buirt mrs. Fremont allow me to say to you that in niv jul Igi deut Madam your proper place is at the head of your husbands hopi Scheitl at St. Louie and this Intel Medding with Alexiis of state is to atty the least of it in very bad taste on your part. And in conclusion i win you to understand that Here is where we make men and unmake Jessie a emr. Blair permit to to say to you that i have seen some Meu of your making Aud if Thoy Are the Best you Cao do i advise you to quit the by Fineas. Sunday and War four great Battles. If is a curious fact that More great Battles have by a i it fought of Sun Lay the a on any other Day. Of the week and a our troops commenced re tip lit at b Iii a run on sunday Many who Are inclined to be superstitious have Pun faded themselves Piip bad Luek owing to our violation of the Day. If Gen. A Utterson however had advanced with his forces As he should have done the result would have been very different. The British attacked Gen. Jackson at new Orlen on sunday in the year 1815. They were repulsed with the loss of some three thousand men. Our loss was trifling. Our Victory was owing to the fact that we had Cotton Hales for a Brea work and had the let est riflemen in the world. The French under Napoleon Boneparte attacked the Duke of Wellington at Waterloo on sunday in 1815. The French were about seventy thousand Strong the British and their allies about eighty thousand. The contest was lie tween veterans and wan one of the most terrific on record. Napoleon would have gained Tho Day had his marshal who had been appointed to Watabu the prussians come to his Rescue or had not Blucher come to the Aid of Wellington. The great baffle of Blenheim was fought on Sun. Day in 1701. The Duke of Marlborough at the head of the British army and his Brave and Power a a your Good Prince commenced attack on the immense forces of the the struggle was bloody and dreadful. The French were Defeated with a loss of from thirty to forty thousand num. The Battle of Blenheim decided Tho Fate of Europe. Ami placed the protestant religion in Power. The Battle of Waterloo Thau a Hundred years afterwards decided the Fate of Europe a second time and sent Napoleon to St. Helena. The Buttle of new Orleans decided the Fate of will not it the superstitious imagine that the Battle of bulls run decided our Fate a second time it will be seen from the above that on sunday As Well As on other Days Providence takes the Side of the heaviest bodies of infantry Cavafy and artillery. Tab tone of bullets a a Soldier writing from one of the Camp on the Potomac thus dudes to the Peculiar music made by bullets passing through the air it is a very Good Placo to exit Cist Tho mind with the Enera a a pickets railing close at hand. A musical ear can study Tho different tones of the bullets As they skim through Tho air. I caught the pitch of a aug sized Minie yesterday it was a swell from e Fitt to As it passed into the distance and lost its velocity receded to do a very pretty change one of the most Start Ling sounds is that produced by the Hotchkiss Shell it comes like the shriek of a Demon and the bravest old soldiers feel like ducking when they hear if. It is no More destructive than Stone other missiles hut there i a great Deal in Iuele so a und to work upon men s fears. The tremendous Stream is caused by a ragged Edge of Lead which is left a it a Tho in favourable positions of Light the pen Omeitt can sometimes be seen As you stand directly behind a gun. Of the clinging of the air to the Ball. The Ball seems to gather up the atmosphere anti carry it along As the Earth carries its atmosphere through space. Men Are frequently killed by the wind of a Cannon shot. There is a Law which causes the atmosphere to cling to the Earth or which presses upon it with a Force at the surface of fifteen Poun in to the Squire Inch does the same Law or a modification pertain t a Cannon Balu in flight 7 i do not iem Mhz a of meeting with a discussion of the a object in any published work. It is certainly an interesting philosophic question. Governor Curtin Hon determined to Stop All Culive quient in this state for Ether state to it go Lounts and will Baue a proclamation to that effect. A shed iut re Tao Twenty percent during the lust half Century. True Many of our once Hardy race of Young us in Anil women of Tbs farming districts by Iii Tating the silly fashion of the City have degenerated from the health and strength of their fathers and mothers but is knowledge increases Tinsa evils will be curd. 8iuee the Laws of he it first beg a to be , a it Gnu two centuries Aso the average duration of human life it j countries has increased rom eth teen Yea a to City five and to have no doubt but that by Spiric Observance of the Laws of health Mankind might be brought Back to its primeval age. Trn re i to Douht but that As Airl was it fir created a naked in body and Liu mind a Aud the wants of both supplied by i own intelligence and Industry so Maui a j own follies his i vices five enfeebled both. In the increasing of our wealth too what his not been accomplished by education the Earth yields her fruits in fourfold a he Andam end try the skill of the user firmer but by the Aid of science a Lancaster county far user a Tew years Nioce remarked hat it cos him four times As a Ipoh to support Bis family As it bad Cost his Tai her. A Fine clothes Fine furniture Fine equipage and a Fine Babns a interrupted Bis neighbor. A Eye and Fine boosts a continued the Farmer apparently not noticing the Point of Ibe remark. A a a by who continued a a my son he us t less Bao use Hundred dollars Worth of Hooks and my fathers whole Library consisted of not More than a half dozen books and we scarcely Ever saw More than one be spa p r a ,. A and a said the other a do you approve of your father s course or rather would you think in re la by for you to Foliar in your fathers course , this brings us to another Point Are you not four times As Able to support your family a your father was does not every acre of this farm yield four times As much a when it was in Tho Possession of your father a a a you re right a was the response a it continued Tho other a your songs Library �9 but a just tribute to that science which has enabled you or rather necessitated you to build your Large and Beautiful barn and to fill it with the increased prod Uoo of your soil. To All of which the Farmer scented. A duration then has Given be an increase of health and wealth. Are these nothing a and they Are the Iod Reot results of an intellectual education although not of the right kind for but 1 i to to direct education in physics morals or religion has yet been Given in i he schools a e May a Bat a moral and religious Cauca Tion a no been Given in to e schools and religion is but Seldom heard of by our youth except in sectarian pulpits. Thu d ring Forth it in theai�3 upon All whose religious Faith is dissimilar to its own. Hence moral and re Ligion we mean it a pure and und enied re licit a spoke of Between eighteen a of nine teen centuries ago have not kept Pace with intellectual ecu at Ion. And physical education the last All this religion and morals to believe to be of the increase a the result As we believe of our intellectual culture inferior As it is acknowledged to be although not proportionally with it. Then let us discard the heresy that some have dared to maintain that an intellectual education alone is worse than none. An intellects 1 we can in nearly every instance insure Success by making be proper preparation for it an Enterprise entered upon by those who have matured the plans and taken the needful Prev caution can scarcely fail. The important thing is to get ready school directory of Clinton county Are you getting ready for the opening of the fall and Winter schools the school House May need repairing the Black Board to be enlarged the desk and neats made More comfortable a Good teacher to be employed and a Hundred other things to attend to. Are you getting ready now to insure Success the coming term teachers Are you getting ready Are you preparing for the examination Are you Reading on Ibe subject of teaching Are you laying in a deep and Broad foundation a9 a teacher that will give you Success and parents Are you getting ready will you see that the Field and other work is find imbed in time to permit your children to attend school at the opening of the session will you get the proper books for your children and then prepare to assist them in to beef let Sony during the evenings that will Moog be Here it will not be Long before several to children to this county Voli meet in to school room for instruction. Are we All l Efting ready to meet them there to instruct them properly if will be of late t a get ready after the schools open. Lock Haven free Pras a the army we have received from Harri Borg the res porn of the Tomu Timion appointed by gov. Curtin in reference to the fraud alleged to have been committed against Tho state to the furnishing of supplies for the army. As might very Well have been expected it entirely exculpate the governor and All of the members of the administration from Noy complicity whatever in frauds against or overcharges to the state. The Only paragraph in the report which at All bears upon any per son connected with the administration is the following. Referring to the Purchase of inferior blankets for which it is alleged that too High a Price was paid the commissioners say the planets were perhaps Worth the Price but the Price one Dollar and a half a p air was obviously too Low to procure a Suita ble article even had each Soldier received a pair which Warnot the Case each Soldier receiving Only one Blanket at a Cost to the Stata of Only seventy five cents. No blame can be attached to the manufacturer and it is there fire divided Between adjutant general Biddle by whose Ordor the purchases were made and the quartermasters department to which alone such purchases it will the str it to seen that so far a the a Laos sets a re concerned the great difficulty was that a inferior article was furnished and that the state paid no More for them than they were Worth. To have examined this report carefully and critically and after having done so we arrive at the eoaclu8ion that Sueh complaint As May be made mo9t be attributed entirely to the Peculiar circumstances under which the administration was called upon to act. It �8, without doubt True that in some cases the government of the state paid a larger Price for articles which were required than under other circumstances they could have been obtained for but when the extraordinary circumstances of the Case Are considered this fact is not surprising. Tho report shows that the state has paid out from seven to ten thousand dollars which might have been saved under other circumstances but if we consider the fact that those who had charge of the furnishing of these materials were without experience in reference to their Purchase therees a be no blame attached to them. The governor so soon As his attention was called to the fact that Money was being made out of Ibe state in an undue manner directed his attention to the evils which was said to exist and the report of this co minis fion shows clearly and Coo Olu vely that be was successful in his Jve ios. I Richmond Union Man. A Heiy who recently returned from Riehmond Virginis relates Tai. Incident col. Payne United states army and for May Long years a Friend of general Scott had Exosie a Reluct it admiration thereon account of Bis of a a i. G and Iro Morable de Toimi nation not to desert the stars and Snipes. No bribes or threats or of lotteries would shake him he bad Tea Napoleonic Tenjo Ramout Block of Marble Over a bib the Thun. Ilka Der Shaft glided along leaving no Jef Larson Davis Ami ail the distinguished Meu a i i. Kingdom visited tha old my a and sought o reason Viiu out of his fealty Bat in vain a it my even a lady to Boiu a was once engaged was commissioned to weep Over Viiu but the old Many a heart replied if Bis lip did not a i could cot Lovo the o. Dear so much loved i not Honor finally the dog showed his Teeth properly belonging to him to the amount of s50.000 or so was threatened. A let it go a said the a aged Soldier. At latest observation this plan. Cultivation not Vonu Obid with moral and re a night of secession was not it ious culture bad As it is is still hotter tbsp Quot Quot a want of morals and religion Coupe noted with heathenism ignorance of every thing else Vve wiil continue this subject another Lime Lancaster Union. In Obson ratio. Or. Hayes Polar expedition los reached Halifax of its Way Louie. Soap bubbles to it Dkl a a. Success is Seldom governed by evince of it were there a cupid be to hour attending our1 successful Enterprise and do Dishonour connected Wilb the Bisue Watrol cots areas Plain Jyz the to finest Wear the Audiest colors. The most difficult Pulotu Stion putting a Stop to a woman s Tongue. The a Brislin duty of military Blunder try resignation

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