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Delaware Gazette (Newspaper) - October 25, 1861, Delaware, OhioFear Bunsa which Acom a top of a i to t3 a Phi pm. Urns Imi " univ Nolai 4 Bro Lioa on the War. The following extract from a Jong article in Brownson s review will be read by Many of our fellow Cit s with interest. We regret that a certain a Moriber of f Carlo lies misled by their Dernago Paca quite with the followers of Breckinridge of Kentucky Bright of Indiana of Ohio and the senators fron the Border slave states not yet in open rebellion in opposing the or for the of the Union and in calling non j at Jimee. A this they Are the dupe of pretended patriots but real traitors who Serre the cause of rebellion More effect Ual Lethaa they could if it of n he declared adherents. E 1w pretence or Tho belief that now " could be settled by a convention or Compromise or ony Short of 005 thu outs and Mission to the denial in of the re beat u the Kallesi thing in the world tie timefer4 conventions for Compromise or for conciliatory Mesoros has gone by and no Man not realy in in orc with the sic hero Rehels a limit in Friend of the Union if Tii the slightest Grain of intelligence can for a seriously Bea Republican journal devoted to news pmm4 Byron my a Praml. I we la year Talianis. To Axah. Pm or my re i fluent this toluene to idea Ixl n know of Ihaza try iut Tuny Bulu hum Tam Utso from my. How Loa. Of i howls of sea it bean Savaca started id Garly tog Atiar fond Mitra a it uric. A again Tessa Aya we were dear to net other. Nm4 i to Baa of or that War oars la school or by eth the fran Ahada or satins bands Tea Brit Are. While Joy dial Taerae e a Oor Heads. Tow Hare not Vonrot lady of Road to oort Many the Day that Hare soars when oar tastes ear Henna and our minds a emed almost coolant in on. And now Thoa Art dearer to since 1 know Thoa Mill Art the earn. And never no never will leave me the heart i would gladly a Aad now i Nan leave again away to the far West to roam but will Loon hot think of me the As though i were Wah the at bom. Tea think of ase think of me then when Byron you re casing poo. And in thinking Yoa need ant complain. My feelings or Are the Aanie. When Charlie forgets Boa dear Friend or Fatle to add More to her Joya. Forsake Yea forget aim be a been a traitor to Friend and to foot of robs Tow Stair. Ca.tcbi1sq a . The ton is already shining in the sky of oar Uvea arid his Bright beams coming Down to Gladden the Earth. But into Bow few heart do they find their Way the Earth upon which oar minds dwell like the material Earth has Delaware Ohio october 25, 1861. I literature politics for the Delaware a scow. War and emancipation scary six Mouths passed sine slavery sounded the Tocsin of Wirt the in Jbard men t of Sumpter. From to of american braves went Forth one Universal throb of indignation that stirred simultaneously and from it lowest Depths the heart of every Northern Apfl and woman. I rom that Day auspicious for american Liberty have the Gossamer cords that bound thought. No. 30. And obscured with ingenious subtlety the huge the military Absurdity of refusing to unite the Nials Estanco of american slavery been Grad co operation of four millions of allies in the Ual of supp pig As lie great sympathetic heart Benemie s rear a a going to. Attack him in Iuo f the nation pulsates with a tidier and More Trench ments which he has 12,000 of what 1 i dense forests its deep dim valleys its dark cares and caverns into which the sunlight rarely if Ever comes. It would seem As if Many people loved these gloomy shades and hid themselves from Choice away from the Bright and Beautiful Sunshine. They carry shadows in their fees. When 1 Bey come into your pres ence it seen As if the air was suddenly dark ened by a passing Cloud. Or. Hickman was one of those who walk for the most part in dark valleys or sit in dreary caverns. Barely if Ever on returning borne did be bring Light into his dwelling. If ,. There was merry laughter among the children on their Entrance their voices were hushed if. Tare s Light beamed from the to Natena be of in wife As she sported with her Little ones it faded away giving place to a Saber thought Ful half troubled look. Jie always came Home r bringing a Shadow with him and sat for the i i b 0t part in this Shadow through All the cheer less evenings. Why was this was there a great trouble to the heart of or. Hickman had he pass a through some depressing misfortune or some terrible affliction no. It was As Well with him As with most people better than with a very Large number. His Husin by was very prosperous and every year he added Many thousand dollars to Bis rapidly accumulating Fortune. But be was not a Man possess ing so orderly adjusted mind was easily Dis Turbed by trifles and annoyed by incident that should not have affected him any More than the buzzing of a Fly. But the real cause Lay deeper and More Bidden grounded in an inordinate selfishness that robbed him or the pleasure which might have attended Success through envy of other s Good Forl Tnie. He was jealous of Bis co Peers in business retd always experienced a disagreeable visa i Wren when he heard them spoken of us Success Ful. No wonder that sunlight could Dot and i to Way into his heart. Envy and Burn in what heart they May always Send no a Black smoke that obscures the heavens. The Sun is there smiling s3 brilliantly As Ever but its rays to not penetrate this Cloud of passion. Asp any c passed in Whu a of Etna a d d not Ocener to " jts Tirb or thud the mind of a. Hickman find so evening after evening a came Home cation of the blessings of Liberty and Freedom. Under these circumstances every class of our fellow citizens has a duty to perform. Hie la Dies have a great and gloring duly before them to impart vigor and strength to the arms of those who to Battle for their coun try. J know How the Vourn Soldier feels who goes Forth from his Home to meet the perils of i War. He bids his Mother hi3 his sweetheart Farewell and the impression their parting makes upon him h stronger than any parting from Man can be men May talk Fath cos Niy counsel mothers May incite but what a Mother a sister a sweetheart says has ten times the Elo Tuesnoe of other words. The ladies have the r part in this contest and we All a test be filled with the idea that each one of nsi8 called non to defend our country. Fathers should not complain of the. Little it May be o them to have their sons go to the War. Better for their sons to go better for themselves better for their coun try. No Man should stand in the Way of this great work. Those who Are compelled to re main at Home by the pressure of business Aud by the claims of family ties and these things Are often unavoidable can be As g of soldiers As those who go Forth to fight non the Battle Field. Let them talk for the cause help the wives and families of those who have Rone do a cat them a they Var old. Have done to them selves if they had not gone. As for the Young men no More great and glorious contest could be participated in by them than this. They Ore called upon to fight for their country for their rights and liberties they do not go at the command of a King or j a Espoito conquer new Dominion. I Ney no act go even As the French did under Napole on Fjor m, glory and lion a they Are not called Uppa to. Support any Castle or Mon Arch Noble or priest. But they Ore called upon to support the Only Republic in Tho world a Republic which if it should die would Cair to is grave the ashes of Liberty. For what Nati on what people in All coming Lime would embark upon the Experiment of free govern ment if we who have had so Many advantages who have had along our path Way so Many lights of Providence cannot govern ourselves. My countrymen the work is before you Man should Perl Orni his duty. The Young men i inst enlist and fight the Middle aged men support those who Are left and the i old. Men advise cheer and support. Jet us look with forbearance upon the con duct of those who Are culled upon to govern and to administer the affairs of this country rein Oberin that Thev Are but men weak and frail As we Are. When thy have done wrong. And von see the have done wrong a Tern them out. But until then treat Luu i h. Ance. E can at least d tins towards those who Are charged under ill be trying Cire i stances with the Hij i and important duty of sustaining this government. And if a my does Well in pulling Down this rebellion then so Orl him h artilly i d cheerfully. It not find fault with simple errors we can All help at Home Airt Ahroma 1, ii our Uyl is or by our i resides in. Our houses or in Public assemblage. A a let us not forget in this Horr of peril that a great and Good rules an 1 governs j is All. His will and Providence must alter All t. A. .l.r. It my. .1liuiv.t u3 in suit "1 ii. 11 it. To Jim la Lull Vic. Feuds our talc subject to our using the proper Means. E As a Christian ii Eop j should never forget him that be ii ions for his kind care Ai d should be addressed to the throne of Grace. I have no doubt hat it would inspire it i pc pm with Confidence in cause to invoke the Providence and in by of god. An Man who will look Over the i the world must b an infidel or a fool to say the Providence of god does not guide and dispose of the destinies of nations. I am told that Yon in this comity have done very Well in the enlisting of volunteers. You have one or two companies not completed. I Trust thai they will soon be filled and that you a ill Cit w 1 Ovon m no m Mirttie til . I i.on.,1 i hmm. .1.-. A Ocie t Iitto is tin t in i Tiu mrs on a i remain Here and carry of my pursuits of pea Elul Industry or shall i in this hour of need join the ranks of those Brave men who Are now lighting the Battles of my coup by 1 know that a Small settlement like this can net Send Forth a gnat army but Rivers and oceans Are formed by the Sina la streams and rivulets that Start in the Hills and gathers Reni i and volume As i hey flow Tong until nothing can stand before then. Kvein Man must take this question Home to himself must decide for himself what his duty is and what is demanded of him by his coun try at this time. 1 Trust that will be done Here in the county of Morrow. I shall always remember with Pride and pleasure the coun ties that formed my old congressional District. I feel the same Pride and interest in every sol Dier that goes from that District As i would if i were still your representative in my old capacity. Coloured emigration to Haytt. The play Lia u emigration movement is a Success. The Helen Augusta sailed y with a co1onyof coloured emigrants to. Hayti one Hundred and. Thirteen in number. Still another Colony will sail next week which already comprises some ninety members. A vessel is announced 1o sail of the 18th inst., and or. Redpath has nearly three Hundred passenger engaged for her. The g renter part of the onion by the bringing with Gnu Shadow instead of sunlight. O. What a desecration of Home a this Home j where the heart s sunlight should Ever dwell and a heart warmth pervade All the Sweet at to sphere. Nothing of external Good was de. U we by or. Hickman to his futility. They had a of happiness that Money could buy. Yet How far from happiness were his wife and Chil. Dren. They were drooping for Sunshine the Sunshine of smiles of pleasant word., of but a lice came not from or. Hickman. He sat among them grim and gloomy for the most part like some sombre Heathen divinity Bair dreaded half pro pita a. Ili Kif n was net go stolid but that be saw in this the existence of a wrong. He loved Bis wife and children dashed their Good and was ready to make any sacrifice fun Liera that he knew How to make. Even As he Roodi by in his Home conscious that his presence rest 5d1ike d tight mar e of the spirits of his i Bee. J i Iii is. 7 and Home interests. Bor and Pray not merely for the preservation Wiki Vul Imit Rui uni tit nil Irr Tut overthrow of slavery and the restoration of Liberty the sept Hal red indignation of years now that at length Schpre is a practical vent bursts Forth Why will not our people see that the Only key to v Story is a proclamation of Mancip fiction Injev. C. L. Brace. " of the military m Foj Ian which have occurred friends in Enir Laid have Only to note j ought to be Yungr allies engaged in digging it u Hviid we have the list of this. Do 110t g0 pub eng for " masked to run your Heads. Against but maker movement Toyi Ard the four million Alliet iou take of hire. Utter the one word which Wou d make the Walls fall turn flt so that the Peop c went no into the City every Mui str go before Hilo or if the people wiil not shout when the priests blow then give to the world a grand specimen of self Erdal and submit with a crate to the Nyu Tyr Doms a victorious j slave Powe May in its tenderness impose. J l but. Geue Rul j. Piri of set 1 , Kex. M. P. " Dos boy or slavery if you Voclo not by do stroked by it is the voice which Calls to us from the Ages in this crisis of our Desti Llev. Sasiel Wix Orr. At length the great heart of humanity has taken courage Bow Many reverses like Bull Bun Wilson s Creek or Lexington must the North sustain before All the. People will arouse and shake off a lethargy Little less than Crim. Inal at a time of such imminent Kieril ? How much o How much blood and treasure must be sacrificed Chou the altar of old fog ism and supers vicious ignorance before the people Wil l consent to be victorious ? Washington Eaid there is not a Man living who wishes More sincerely than i d to Sec a plan adopted for the addition of Savo Thomas Jefferson Vaid " one hour of american slavery is fraught with More misery than Ages of that which we Rose in rebellion to oppose. " Jun Jay said till America abolishes slavery her prayers to heaven will be Patrick Henry said " believe a time will come when an Opportunity will be offered to abolish this lamentable John uni xxx Adams said i civil War come if insurrection Cone is this beleaguered capital is this govern Menit to see trillion act Ita tuly it in a rvs have no right to break the Fetters which they Are Forg ing into swords no the War Power of the government can sweep this institution into the these Are weighty opinions and should be Graven in Golden Cupit iils and conspicuously posted in every Street thoroughfare Lane and Highway of the nation till every Man woman and child becomes familiar i h their mighty import. I Hen when they shall have been con Vinced that emancipation and Success Are synonymous will they howl in the ears of pres. Idt tit Cabinet and commanders the necessity of u acknowledging no criterion but Success until this accursed institution this vile Mon Ster this Simy headed dragon which is now blowing its nauseous breath fetid with the vile effluvia of hell by the face of Liberty and ruthlessly rending with its gory paws the fair folds of our National Escutcheon be wiped from the lace of this at Ion then and not till then will we have peace. 7th great rebellion. The men who Are most deeply engaged in this conspiracy against Law and costs Timion such As Davis toombs., Floyd Mason cob. And Bic Skenridge have been remarkable for exacting a strict construction of both Law and Constitution. J t is now apparent that the s principle extended no further and was respected to longer than such in Observance favored their de signs. " la a moral Point of View their sense of Honor has proved to be even below their re Spect for Imp. Uliey have not hesitated to employ their official Pori Aud private influence to destroy a government by which Ibey were sustained and by which they were paid and to Winch they had Given their solemn oath. The plunder of Public property and Money. Especially of the Means of resistance was a marked Cut up i their plan. To treat such men i h the rvs oct Usu to honest and Loyal citizens is As unjust to the latter As it is dangerous to the Kiaie. If their property and rights Are to tie by Law like of Oiler men individually they Luse nothing by their treason. Another part of their plan and by Means of which they expect to Susi Aoi themselves is in con vacation to their own use of the property of Loyal citizens. Loval citizens Are thus made the victims. Of robbery in the worst form their Pei smal rights and even their lives treated As of rib value i " 0 Taj Torso pirates and murderers " Are protected. So Long As this policy prevail the rebellion can maintain , by merely changing the scene of its robberies. Our course is substantially of protecting their resources while we Are exhausting our own. " if the properly of Active rebels is not confiscated negroes included tie Union men of the slave states ate certainly left by this government in a worse Coli Dizion than the rebels. Our norther to of sacrifice their business their Homes and i air lives to very Little purpose so Long us i he Iove raiment gives to the violators of and Law. And Justice the Security of Law. The War to least in a guerrilla form will thus cent Niue fur years supported of both sides by faithful citizens directly or indirectly. In is the Young and the wealthy of the a Joule that constitute Jjo vol Uii Teer support of their Arnii a. The plunder of Union Ronen is the next in Western Virginia after the Loyal Iii ii were striped by gov. J7ise, our generals were compelled by their orders to place sen Trie s Over the properly of accession its for its Protection. Should Wise or Floyd or Lee return thither they will 6r,d it ready for their use. Is this Tenter inc to Tuvai to traitors Justice to Ward True men ? will this War Ever cease until confiscation is met by conf ratio n ? the acts of Mig. Ess scarcely touch the matter. Until the p. Ing session Congress id the government were in he hands of the rebels. At that session Neil her Congress nor the administration took in the full extent and of this rebellion. Can Antl Irig Short of the Laws of War meet such an atrocious Case j Cincinnati Gaselle. A rip Skama o stamped n news paper vap Parsi the postmaster Genera l has ordered to by placed on Sale at the Post offic s a new and convenient form of newspaper wrappers which will Supply a Long existing want on the part of la Public. These wrappers Are urm de of Oblong Square sheets gummed at one Enid and adapted to any sired paper vol Xiii. Health and he remembered How hard it was for him to get along How Many privations and hardships his Mother had to endure and yet Ibsh a Tempe vat a sly double the amount be Kadi of giving prank. Or. Hickman had always loved his Mother and this a memory of her softened his feelings still More towards the poor widow for whom an Appeal had come to him so unexpectedly. Frank is an unusually Bright boy said or. Hickman. Me has an aptness for business is prompt and faithful. I can afford to make his salary Liberal. I la pay him six dollars now and if he goes on improving As fast As he has j done so fir it will not be Long before 1 can make it better for or. Hickman arose and going to the counting room door called the Ludu Jho cars i immediately. How do you like our business Frank asked or. Hickman in a kind Way. Very Well sir replied the boy promptly. And Yon would like to remain " yes sir if i give Yon have Dine very Wall so far replied or. Hickman so Well that i have concluded to put von on wages War instead of waiting until the Sis Mouths of trial have sex Pir cd the Loy j and a Quick flush of pleasure and Surprise went Over his face. I did not expect it sir he said gratefully. You Are so very Good your Mother is not Well i hear said or. Nick Man. Frank s eyes glistened As he answered to sir she s been sick for a Good while and i m so glad to be put on wages for now i can help will you give All your wages to your Mother thyes indeed sir every cent if it was ten Dull irs a i see Yon Are a god by Frank. Said or. Ickman Bis Haft St til softening your wages shall be six the boy struck his hands together with Sud Den Joy exclaiming of Mother will be so glad so glad As he went Back into the store or. Hick Man sat quietly in his chair filing happier than a had fur a log Trio. When the Sun went Down and Frank came in to shut the windows of the polluting room or. Hickman handed him a sealed eur dupe saying take this to your Mother. It contains thirty is x do Are a your wages at three Dol Lars a week for twelve weeks the time you have been in my store. Tell your Mother that you have been a Good industrious boy and have earned the Frank took the Little package in silence his feelings were so much overcome by this additional Eood Fortune that he could not speak uis thanks. But his eyes told what waa in his heart and or. Hickman understood them. There arc Many ways to catch sunbeams if we would Only set trap s for them. Tay there is no occasion to go to that trouble. The air is full of Sunbeam and we have Only to open the doors and windows of our hearts and they will enter in countless multitudes. But the Ijo prs and it Down of most people s hearts Are shut and barred As was the heart of or. Hick Man. How Are they to be opened j list As the doors and windows of his Hirt Weie opened by kindness to places. When or. Hickman took has Navy Norm Ward h s step was lighter Ami his feelings no re buoy ant than they had been for a Long time. conscious of this Aud of the sync of pleasure j that was lick to Liin his thought Dij not go j directly to the cause. Not that he had for i gut ten Frank and his sick Mot her or the glad Luce thai looked into his he told the boy j of his generous decision in his favor All this is a reject to him though he had not yet connected the kind act Aud the pleasant feelings in his consciousness As cause and there was no sound of altering feet on the j stairs As or. Hick Muir crime i. Time was j we Chi his first step in the passage awoke the echoes with laughing voices aim the rain of eager footfalls. But that time bad passed Long ago. He came Home so often in a cold Repei la mood that his children bad ceased to be Glud at his return and no longer bounded to meet him. Sitting of the stains weve j Kule boy and girl of the Ages of Eye and six years. He advanced along the passage they neither moved nor smiled though their eyes were fixed on his face. Or. Hickman stood still when he came to where they were sitting and looked at them with a new fee Lii g of tender Ness in his heart. He held out his hand to each and each Laid a hand in his but with an air of doubt As to whether this condescension on the part of their father was to be accepted As a Token of love. A moment be stood hold ing their hands then stooping Lis Drew an Arm around each and lifted them to his breast. Has t Eddie a kiss for papa said or. Hickman with so much warmth in his voice that the Little girl now understood that All was Earnest. Yes a Hundred kisses answered Eddie flinging her arms around Jer fat Jer s neck and kissing him Over Aud Over again in child is fondness. At the head of the first Landing opened the sitting room. Into this or. Alliek Rovn came with his two children in his arms both of them bulging and of missing him in a wild Happy Way."liles3 me what s the meaning of All Thia Exel aupied mrs. Ili Kernan rising and coming Forward her face a glow with sudden pleasure at a sight and sound so new yet All Welcome in her heart the Little rogues Are hugging and Kisin the very breath Way from me said or. Ili Kernan laughing Aud struggling with the children. Or. Hickman Pat Down with a child on each knee and mrs. Hickman came and stood by him. With a hand resting on his shoulder. Of you must kiss Kiin too said Eddie looking at Hen slather. Mrs. Hickman did not wait for a Soond invitation. The old pleasant face of her husband was again before her and her heart was leaping with the o d Loving impulses. She Bent Down and Laid a warm kiss on his lips which he Felt As a Sweet glow through All his being. That was an evening Long to be remembered in the household of or. Hickman. He Hud caught a Sunbeam and brought it Home with i. Naud Light and i warmth were All around them. A l were Happy and or. Hickman the happiest of them All for he had the conscious Ness in his heart of having made another and humbler Home than this Happy also. The Cotton state conspirators have suddenly discovered that Cotton with which they propose to conquer the world is a by have been moved to forbid accumulation at any of the ports knowing that it would cause attempts to be made for its capture. So the Cotton planters instead of sending off their Staple which has hitherto been As Good As Gold to them Are obliged to keep it at Home where it is perfectly valueless. This May cause the Plant Cracy to indulge in reflections on the evils of their ways. I Andy Joh and Tho armed exile from cast meant sea the Hon. Andrew Johnson of Tennessee 1r said in his f Perch it coliiu3, last week re Ferring to a visit to Camp Dick Robinson the other Day when i stood in the presence of two thousand Tennessee ans exiled like myself from their Homes of Comfort and tie families of to Iii love t of wind that my Man in Hood and 3ten Ness of mind were nil nothing and that i was Only a Chiluk there they were my friends and fellow Citrin of in int gathered upon the Fri Emily Vil of ice Stocky from the tender Stripling of six Lern to the Pray unite liners of , All mourning the evil that has befallen Obi. Kind and our cranes till sinking for t go Hack and to live Tho invader from our Fiol Nii l amp Atic i Ess it to g in Thitu nuts can l nud encourage Eiichii it so Leech was the Tineil m. I stood Betoi i hem Mso Kali is Nib. If it i True that out of inc fill Iid s of tli9 Beart the it is also True the for h Art May be too full for Ilie of at and Sneh were ours two. Thousand of us exiled Tennessee ans und All silent silent ofas. A City of the dead but there was a a torpor there. Tih re were the heart and throbbing brain ten a were the he. Using Cheek und blazing Eye All Mure eloquent than Ever were tha utter ing of in than speech. Clie Erst it Chi of that throng of exiles. M to had Wand Rcd an big the mountains and hid in their caverns who had slept in in for to ests and Streez to items Ives one by one through the pm Ket of tie invade each was now offering com pm t Aud pledging litle Lity to to the other. Youth and age were Liam Ling to Gether in a Loly Ejli Alice that will never yield a till our country and our , our government and our inst it Loiis u Imide to in. Chesun a i of peace and constr red by the Haiti Iii of put ionic blood. Voc if Rous applause there were their Homes and Lucro too i. Min e right Over there. Ami yet we were Homek i exiled and Why ? wat it Adil crime.? ipad we violated any Law ? " Hud we of tent i the Meiji St of our government i wrong to my human being nay none off these. Our fault and our Only fault was Loving our country too Well to permit its be trayal. And for this the remorseless agents of that sum of All Villa inies secession drove us from our families Ami firesides and made us exiles Ami wanderers. But time shall soon come when we thai Lerer vol go Home cheers. Vor depend upon it my friends this monstrous iniquity cannot Long an subsist. Some Bolt of heaven s righteous vengeance red with uncommon Wrath will blast the traitors in their High but whatever they May do though they May rav age or Titu mak.0. Desolate Pur Homes though they convert the caves of our mountains into Seoul chars and turn our valleys and ton Plains into grave tards there is still one thing they cannot do they never can while god reigns More last Vennessie a land of slave imm Enjo aia adj. B Piliere is Little that the atm a now on the line of the 1 Tot a Ami its violin by a omit to the Imine us Agar Klimt. 200,000 men on each Side or 4qt.u0j con to Battu i t3. Whenever a general but 1c shall occur it will not Only have no Pural Jel on the this Western Contr Cut in the forces engaged but hard y one in the Hist Chi even of modern Kun rope Wal vie Willi it. I he Grea Battles of Napoleon Weie generally fought with numbers far inferior to now under Tho Walls of Washington. To Ieper Anster lit where Napoleon defeat v the combined Annisi of Russia Ami Austria he lift but 80,000.1 rupps Tjie allies the Hud 100.000. At Jena and , i broke the Power of , his forces were not Over 130.000 Strong. A t the. Great Bat the the of Jagrani. Rough t i h the Anst Riason by the Banks of the Danalie urho he had but 100,000 men. " at in Ticino ii Der tie trails of a co he Sid but 1 20 000 the of Hus Shius. At not Lave to exceed 80,000 troop the Only Battle Fiel we now recollect of any where the a tre As ii Meri us As those around we ii Jiin was i Tepsic in tq1813, where Nap jets Hail 173.iki0, and the but allies russians. A Sirius Prussia us swedes and a 0 of 0. " nearly of Lull a million of men took part in this t us Bat tie which Wensk Idowu As Lite Conn hat of the giants " limit lasted three Days and ended in a Complete wit overthrow of Napoleon who was driven int 1 France where a series of the asters commenced that Ilid lint end until Nap Ileo abdicated his ing and was exec cd to i j e Island of Liliu in i his no a Stille was Ever fought on the so soil if the United states where 60.000 uis Likiak put in Al on b Ith sides. Prom these Liam Lis we can judge of what a Battle we have reason up expect then the hosts of pc Cellat and Beaure Jnard Liore than twice the number of those of Napoleon Ami Wellington at Waterloo come into collision of on the Banks of the Potomac. It will be an sing event that will b the great military feature. Probably for Agni to come of military prowess ton in America. I Hington never had. Thirty Thenson my the in one army Rinir his i Iii anti Jac Jas o never had i1ltec.11 Iho Saml men Lime a Jolt never before the j rerun f year Hai seen Twenty As thous Jinil troops under his orders. Great is the ability required to and handle the such a Large Bill of men mid bring them into or action at the or ipe time acid place. The late Battle of Bull ii in sex ended Over seven Miles a. From one end of our line to the other. To know what is going on in such an amphitheatre and by to be prepared to tinier up reserves and strengthen every exposed Point requires the highest degree of intellect. C. End. Up eclat 3aptiousnos the following Arconi Imiola Cril icum is a Nong the commercial s recent frequent notices of the ing Secretary of War. We notice that Simon Cameron is occupy in s a special train while on is travels. What is the runs tin be cannot Tanvi w Linary train lib Nuy other Monr would t that prot is Cost enough to be suitable these War times ?. To relieve this concern for the Public try a. Sury we will Sujie in g pitl Railroad authority that Secretary Law Kox k spec Al trains have not Cost the us Vermont a cent. Furt Iier. More although he was tendered special trains it free of charge by All the roads on his Ronto he declined them ret a t in four instances. In these pie Road were miming but one Passen Ger train a Day am the Secretary accepted or extras in order to fulfil appointments a Liljeh he would Nab a to do by the regular train. Thus the commercial will to pleased to learn that the Secretary of a Tonii been Able to the use extraordinary expedition in attending to the Public vice without adding a cent to is the Public burdens which doubtless will the commercial s n Admira Tion of his character. Cin. Gazett 1 speech of Boa. John Sherman. At a meeting of the people of Morrow county held in it. Gilead sept. 2ttb, Hon. John Sherman made a speech non the pres ent posture of National affairs and the duty of citizens in relation thereto. It was not a political speech. We should be. Glad to give it entire but on space will admit Only of the concluding portion which is As follows. What then is left to us if you go on and cultivate your farms in peace and quiet if Yoa enjoy the fruits of your Industry unmoved by Fth Fli intr n Ron in run if in try. In a nor left a Rugama am ? morn. Ing to your various vocations and labors what then becomes of your county if the armes which the rebels by Force of drafting by appeals to sectional Pride have gathered along Yor Borders for three thousand Miles Are in resisted by physical Force what will be the re sult we shall be subjugated and our coun try broken up. We might As Well haul Down our Flag and submit to the Yoke. There is no Way to meet Force but by Force. Providence will help those Only who help themselves. Nick in my judgment the Providence of god has taken a higher View of this contest than Many of is have yet dared to do. I sometimes think i see beams of Light coming from where i would have hardly breathed the thought a year ago. No Man was More sincere More honest in Bis determination never to interfere with the institution of slavery in the Southern states than i was. My opinions Are still in Cha,nge4 Siut sometimes i begin to think that the almighty Providence that controls the actions of men according to his own. Will has permitted this terrible , overwhelming calamity to come upon us in order to Point out to us the seat of this disease. And if it becomes necessary for is in order to protect our government in order to vindicate our Flag to allow our military authorities to emancipate the slaves upon. Y Hose labor this rebellion rests then i will say let god s will he done cries of amen amen i do not think that As a member of the Senate i have any Power to interfere with slavery where u now exists. these men can nver forfeit the be util of their local Laws in that respect except by their own treason. By our Laws and by the Laws of All countries treason is with death and it May be punished by co Hsc Kio and the loss of property. When a Man takes up arms Aji inst his country ordinarily h is subject to the loss of his life and property and if by it sing h s slave that s ave be coups a free Man wih a right to his own wife and children and the Benefit of his own labor who will weep n of t ories of not j. Not v. Now do not misunderstand me do not mis represent to. I repeat to you in All Candor. I say As i have said before that in times of peace and quiet and Harmony. Congress has no Power to interfere with this question. But no Man North or son h has Ever denied the doctrine that when a Man takes no Arm against is country to fort its his life and his properly to the will of the Loyal people of the country. This War must be and it 0 in Only be done by resort to physical Force. Almighty g a will not furnish Yon i h guns find Nimni i i and Inan 1 horses i Inui Effort on your Pari. You have the Power to Uduc this rebellion when Yon can convince me that he zit millions of Southern men women and children weakened by the presence of four millions of slaves can subdue Twenty n. Illions of free Labouring men such As we Are then you will convince me that this government can to overthrown. If we per form our duty like men it cannot be done. And More than that who u there Here so Hase and so mean who will not respond to the Call of Kentucky Kentucky though a slave state bound by sympathy and All natural and family ties to the Southern states now Calls upon us for help against the enemies of our country. In that dark and gloomy h or which Many of my old friends Here remember so Well when Ohio was threatened by the indians and British or Hon a portion of our soil was in their Possession when men were killed of their farms and by their and when the Call from Ohio went Forth for help Ken Tucky sent Over her Gallant soldiers for our de sense pc have now the Opportunity to repay the drat her incurred. I Tell you now in All earnestness that unless the Loyal men of Ken Tucky arc sustained they will soon be there Are different is of opinion in Kentucky it is True but the great Majon by of the people Are Loyal three fourth s of both branches of their legislature Are Loyal. Their people love this country this government. I hey Are mostly agricultural farming As Yon Are raising such products a you do they have slaves among them creating seme sympathy with the Southern stale. But he majority three fourth s of them i urn told Are cordially Loyal to he govern ment. They Are now threatened by rebels from Tennessee .1 Mississippi and a re autos. And they Call upon us for help Aud if we do not help them then we Are . Towards and slaves. A by Mai who will talk to Ine i this hour of pril and Ganger about politics would while his neighbor s House was on fire Stop to talk about his Nir to a different Church than he does. No the Are times a lion men should Rise far above All party matters when men Are called a pop to perform a grand tragedy in the his tory of this world. V e live in a historic age we Are creating a history of events in this country which will be read by men in All com ing time. J would not give much fur that Joung Man who does not hasten to place his name upon tie Pageot great events now being enacted. We All should do it. We have the Power to do it we have the physical courage to do it we have the Means to do it we have a Large army and the command of the sea. As a military proposition the physical Power to suppress this rebellion is As cer Ai As any thing can look at it. As i said we have the command of the sea we have the Popula Tion the Money the Energy and bravery while they have fewer men less Means and Are weak ened try the presence of four millions of slaves and entirely without a Navy. All the y Are called upon o do is simply to do what they ought to obey the Constitution and Laws of their country. If they will persist in this re Bellion then let them take the consequences of if. Whenever any of the Southern states will obey the Laws As you do and As i mean to do then the Laws will protect Thorn. When they Lay Down their arms i would not dictate hard terms to them. We have always been for bearing with them and they May be sure that we will be so in the future. The people of the Southern states have nothing to fear from the people of the Northern states. We have never cultivated toward them that feeling of hostility which they have cultivated toward us. When they shall Haye returned to their Alle Giance i am perfectly willing that they should have their constitutional rights. If however they persevere in their rebellion we must then subdue them by Force of arms. In doing so the effect May be to strengthen oar govern ment by emancipating their slaves and making All our people a free people thus strengthen ing beautifying anal adorning this great and Good government of ours by the fullest apply in their practical Utility there Beret has been a time since the election of Colo when any conciliatory measures Emkhy constitutional Compromise Short of eem plete Suraud r to the demands of the Southern Lead ers could have been of the slightest Avail. The last Congress wus disposed to go further the Way of Cotner Otdis and to make greater concessions for the Proser vation of Pease or prudence dictated. But there were Ertons of cur Jinse seceded state t Short of their we univ Iwami Vociel Rao As a sep Urato my ration. A Iii is .1 the Day of thong Thiena it is noticeable t hut the me Aba now hold Tho reins of Power Are generally Joung Between the nge say of thirty and fort is Park Plarl on the Southern Are very few old men in Eon Naad acid Lem the most part in sub trdinat6 position. The Norh Only two or three Yeter Austman. Age to cling hold to .th.e, ,,-o f Chris stifle Lieut Eti Ergy rent Ijjas i a a it ios Tanc a reformed politician is it Tiu to Lii site. Tion. And May drop off at into the. Lbs Mcpeak any Day and will not be. Misted several army offices Are in the same posit on and have Young Mcclellan and Young print and Young Banks ranking above then. Our Vetron i Utenart general set Juu Ceat r take any Active part in Futrea Good advice to the Young general be he educated to. Do the work s ready 1 Pat each of his a tin tha bad when he caves to the Veteran general with 1 Fejna Victory. General Wojy another vet eran of cer is a sort of com eco Ion link Between tha olt Slywa e to Jav i . Ance of to Audi Ali a Siergy of tee it. Even he organizes expedition Andin Butler to Lead Thein. Takes1 m tout i ajor Ami Ali ii Adier generals our colonels their inferior officers and you. Will find Young men in the majority Young men in the As Nancy. Young men in command r this As it should a and yith the experience v Scot and Wool o it Strain and direct Youj Ilfin Ciapi Rwjr Seal we May Tigre will for tha Saucer of our troops. Niit York i it is almost certain that a part of ear naval 1 Force hns before this been employed in making attack upon the port 11 eau fort South i Carolina the Savannah it Pili a Rii Shiv on monday and tuesday september a fiut Lanzl 1 17th, a Federal Fleet was engaged if the borh1- Bardinet of a fort at port Royal which in 00 the main to Beaufort Harbor. The of Beaufort a mid wiry Between Char a und Savannah Aud in Only about 35 mile first not from each Lake. Its Possession would give us an excellent on he Southern Cost an Troj rations Milit be commenced i lure against either Charleston or Savannah. The t Urti l As less than a thousand India Vitants. It the Harbor is a Good one and Titre Arf about sixteen fat of water on the bar so that toss s of. Pretty Good it a not. Impossible that a attack on ibis Point y have veces or to i Send son a w South. Cur Jipa and May account Tor Jam Vril nil from his old jinc3 before vat 4fii j Ali. .1,1, m 9 41" .1judg Hanney on the Knif Buslof Tho ". Golden Circle. Judge tax sky hide a o ref fir speech for. Prosecution in the Causa of the Jgolden Circle. His closing Jef by Herald As follow i a. Nob mid in closing. Unit go a Nepor red 6at the vials he f is Mihna Tirol of Ftp St who War iwo j lb.7wi i fcb a defeiie4 Etc Rah cieioties.-1 the -pdrty4 it which the War Pron dts belong is de a Neil by the whole history 6t Cut can Witry and by tie recede Ciori every Battle Field. If y had Ere by taking the fit Obj nation say tt., Tjem Ocra in part j meet pot 6 w protect Iii Jin. Buch no incr. Stand on fib Lohse top. Said lie proclaim to flip would that men a be protected in to Weir Riff facts. Don to. Bide it Beneat ser sly Jet Ltd v. Obligate Loti " cease the to Ottavi i gof the Star. being Quad lured the let four s of Gate 4 less cities. Such things Creati St 1.cku or. J Knetz there Are oreo who. Have look mfr plcstir.0 ii the March of due rebels toward Washington. Blinded by jartizjs1iip they Haye forgot ten Tiu Lincoln is nobody except a h . Government Ami the people it those who. forgotten their Obil Gaioi Siote go. Vern mint As to conspire against u be punished a they deserve and k Twe he de net guilt is exonerated from of " i sol Liere Vettore " Ifrat complain it to by to e general carelessness displayed if 4dtp soldiers letters. At the present Tim there Are Over 4,01 0 letters tying in washing 1 which from 1 careless manner which Brj. Stye in t ii dds a will ctr Ely e a a c 1 parties for whom hey Are intended or writing to your friends 1nc Cemp Juji 1 Senid a Jonys Tutje of l Paoju tit legible a a Isible. it Jetton addressed. You should a pipe the utter of i. Company to which he be Kunga else number name of the regiment and location. Thus Fos ius Tanct Joii h Tia i a Goin Pany. Col Black s Iii rent. Peri Rui spirit Vav. Near fort Corcoran. 1. the exercise of a Little care and the Observance of the above dirt Al ions your letters Wil l Al i s reach their destination i Bat Ether wis the cultures1 arc via just Fie parties few whom they Are Udor set. Ever receiving them. In Kaki. I the traits r Fri More Onari sir n4 Ikei Tuure for a put Recti i run Ives nenr.-,t i examiner an original Sochi Ergan u & bitter As Gili Uon step Tim. R it charges la Cotton stain wit All the pm to it a n t i flies t o x i int cd min f t b Border Stales and new Vover accuses sup hcs of be Inga corrupt Man. It Rya the South has dons to Verlese it Titch an Hefti Ottoo. As the path Ting of Stephens in a position where there would be an even Chance of Lis becoming president for co or Aix years from hich. Appears Liat Jeff. Inv is Leas of life in t thought to in Worth much and the examiner closes its article thus. ,.he Stephens is Tho pet the idol the Hope every jobber to the,.i-. Seth. If some Tepsa t Spie Thov for la Aleck step Leiai la conf r. Mati in to e Cotin iry and that Oliea he Mijou k. Purple they will be All right. The circumstance is a suspicious one it it tech cant Ron. Yon must take the responsibility As the the Man said to his wife when the child cried sad children he would say to himself this is not right. 1 should bring Home 3i7t?j po9bt Worda and cheerful yet almost As he said this would his thought go Back to some incident of the Day to which i i Pere Agi ,ues8 gave Power to disturb. He feel Ings and he would go off again into a Brood ing state of mind out of which he had not Manly impulse for Universal Liberty. Ameri can history affords no parallel to the wonder Ful almost Mirage Tafous Rcv Sion a which has taken place in the minds of the conservative Cle ment of the North men. Who nine months ago scouted the idea of emancipation and looked upon a real abolitionist As Little less than a Eris Juan Are now Salvu Der to shoulder with the most Radical of that school urging upon the president and commanders Thea Jip 1 to re of emancipation As a War measure. The More intelligent element of the North Are rapidly arriving at the conclusion that if a strictly legitimate exercise o the Provis ions of the Constitution whereby the people have designated the administration of their Choice is to be regarded by a despotic South As a such client Belli then is it t in wore evident that there is an " . Conflict Between the interest of slavery and that of i Reedom and of course one or the other must Rule for it is thai they can never so equally Cruft Terpone As to remain to this proposition be True Liat one or the other must Rule and it appears to be self eve i Dent what is to be done will we tamely sub nut to be lorded Over by Tho unscrupulous Tyr any of a slave holding confederacy ? Nevor then Whit shall be done shall we go of recognising their usurped rights for slavery has not " Shadow of Legal Sanction for its originarcstabli3hinent Hure while they Are adopting the severest measures and practising the most sweeping confiscation non All North Ern prop i inor shall we recognize the fact that there is a bloody rebellion to be crushed and can tic t ourselves accordingly ? these Are questions which now demand the grave consideration of the Northern people for if the views of men whose Wisdom and experience in National affairs enl Itlo their opinions to respect a worthy our consideration we Aie by our present policy but guarding the Maga Zine of in enemy too weak for its on protect Tion. This s upend Loiis q us lion the decks s u i r Whit h is to i ivs so i Ziporia to a Hiang upon the future of tins n a Ion As to make it one of life or doth to constitutional Liberty is t ise Here in ing Enny Assed and in order that the intelligent Rentiers of the Gazelle May see with what Resu to i append a few of the imm Crous o i d is which the logic of events within to e last few weeks have brought Forth. " i to. St the Pri sent War will end with the or i of that terrible system of Opp. Which Luss caused these Troubl in. Pill . " if they in their rebellion we must l Hen subdue them by Force of awns. In doing so the effect Mav be to strengthen our government by Manci paling their slaves. Making nil our people a ire people thus strengthening beautifying and adorning this great government of ours by the fullest application of the b Essigs of Liberty and free Hon. John Shermak i i. r. R a " " l"1"" fun any decided m their character. Drawn of Jev. Robert. Everett u. Kev. Morris Roberts Rev. David Price item. E Davies Rev. Hoovert Foj. J Noma and unanimously adopted by the conference of the Welch churches of new York " that we most cordially endorse the sen tin ments contained in the proclamation sned Biu or general j c. Fremont and. As far As i practicable we nope to see them carried out through every military depart ment until All the slaves of every rebel Are Mun Sipat id.". Look at the War As Yon will and you will always see s Avery. Never were the words of the roman orator More applicable Jyun turn fac Imu s ext tit Nisi per the Wullum Lagi Tum is neb. Slavery is its inspiration its motive Power its end and aim. It is often said that the War will make an end of slavery but it is surer still that the overthrow of slavery will at once make an end of the Jitou. so ankh 1 commend the following Brief and Lucid exposition of the principles of the Constitution to those who Are so fearful hat the president or some military commander Mav in their eagerness transcend the Powers guaranteed by the Constitution the author has no Superior in his knowledge of National jurisprudence and constitutional Law i r " a simple declaration that All men coming within the lines of the United states troops shall be regarded is free men will to in strict Agnf Romity to the Constitution and also with precedents the Constitution knows no Man As a slave1. It treats All within jts jurisdiction As Persova while the exp Tunal Proy Ision for me re nation of persons held to service or la Bor you will observe is carefully confined to Siuch As have escaped into another state. It in a slave pen or for tuning military offi National Flig in its March will wave with new Ifon. the of Gen. In vat is re a la bringing the. Utile to Ihal which i. Tor one i believed it m s come if the War yet it on a j War of Anli i i a fight Berwet the North j j but to to tag As this Issue is avoided so Long As the vesled right of slavery in still ii our War cry in reality is Titi Ion and slavery put Down the rebellion it is paid but spare slavery let no Man touch one i hair of Absalom s head. If this i of on we Are lost. Either to must Root but slavery of the rebellion which has slavery for its Back Bone and vital Power will Root out Rev. George b. Cite bus f if. " we have freed a great Many slaves and got very Little credit for it we Havo freed them As it were under protest. By pretext he ing Enioch. Sati theties now. Let is free the i mar tally and with a High hand " mrs har hit Stock. J. Save Rush horde of pirates and tyrants any where exists As a certain portion of the Solh can slave holders. At length m the prov i Denee of god a fair Field has come for striking a death Blo at this Gigantic tyranny. Will would Rcd at that All such strive and la. I hic Refore that there can be no were from Canada and Mich Tio u1 he const Tutor for turning a engr Helen Angus Igau and Pennsylvania and ail of Rhein were Resolution enough to lift by Msall. Ouen Uhn ii Peno d that his children sought in tie out Rusli in g gladness of their hearts to break the spell thai a upon him but always he repulsed e fret fully and sometimes in anger so that at last they rarely came near or spoke to him As he sat through Bis silent evenings. Wrong. All wrong or. Hickman often Aid to himself As tha Shadow fell Daker on his Home. But a knowledge of the evil did not bring a knowledge of the cure or rather the 4 which must precede a cure. He Mast come out of the dense forests and gloomy valleys and Dusky caverns into Tho Clear Sun Shine but How was he to come out who was to Lead him Forth one Day As or. Hickman sat in his count ing room conversing with a gentleman a lad rame in from the store to ask some quest ious about business. Or. Hickman replied in a Curt Way and the lad went out. What is that boy s name asked the gentleman. Frank Edwards was replied. I thought so. Its a Fine boy. How Long has he been with you about three Mouths a does he give Yon satisfaction i am pleased to hear it. His to her lives in our neighbourhood and. My wife has taken considerable interest in her. She is very poor and in feeble health. She maintains her self by sewing but that kind of exhausting toil is wasting her life rapidly. Frank is her Only child and the Only one to whom she can look to for help. I am glad that you i be him.". Nothing More was said on tha subject but " it did not pass from the mind of or. Hick Man. He bad taken the lad a few months be fore on trial and it was understood that if he gave satisfaction be was to be put on wages after six months. The boy is faithful intelligent and Active said or. Hickman to himself. If it is so with his Mother he most be put on wages i this conclusion in the mind of or. Hick. Tana was attended with a enc of pleasure. His heart had opened just a Little and two or three sunbeams with their Light and warmth bad gone Down into what shall i pay him for his services said or. Hickman to himself still dwelling on the tubject., there Are plenty of lads Lobo obtained Ata couple of dollars a week for the first one or r two years or even for nothing in consideration of the Opportunity for learning a Good business in a Good House. Bat Frank s Case is Peculiar. And must be considered by itself. There is a in question of humanity involved. His Mother is poor and sick and she has no Hope but in him. Let to see shall i make it three dollars a " week that will help them considerably but dear me three dollars a week will hardly pay for Frank s eating. I Mast do something More than that. Say four or. Hickman dropped his Bead a Little and " sat turning the matter Over id his mind. He 1 bad once been a boy with a Mother in feeble Farmers emigrating to grow cot ton by free la r l is m slave Hunie is. Tic t this Plain con a or in the Only country in the new world sex j it auction be adopted and Ihnn As our lines elusive v by free men of a i n Advance Freedom will be established and our ancestry. It is a significant fact that these i emigrants Are not Tho pariahs of the Large cities men driven to Jayli by hunger but Farmers who have done Well in Canada and this country but have left us because of their i uncongenial social state. The Canadian be. J Groes All testily that tha prejudice of color Isic a Ana inc Tuii Irr. Sivc even More intolerable in the provinces than in holders. W. Ii. Russell l i. 1. The Lii died states. of the most sub Stan f ? lie q list inn of Sta ratio must be met tial of the emigrants being asked Why he left j by Lite f Kobe Pissi for unless emn lib attn America said he wished to help to put an end j a determined up a separation is a foregone to Southern they All seem to b conclusion Hon. A Masa Walker. Lieve that the Fate of slavery hung.the cot ton Plant and intend to have a hand in settling it. There is no finer country in the world for growing Cotton than , and we wish the emigrants All possible Success in their Industrial philanthropic Enterprise. They will doubtless do better for themselves Aud their race and do More to abolish slavery in Amer Ica by cultivating he Southern Staples in Hay to than by clinging to their Low destiny ill this nation. N. Y. Evening Folie Secretary of War is becoming impatient will Tho expense of bands of music for the army As it already amounts to a sum that will make this single item of expenditure $1,000,000 a year., John Bell is now residing at Nashville with hit one of tha numerous Yateman family. He is not Only politically but also financially ruined and his love for liquor is said to have increased greatly of late v

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