The peninsula

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The peninsula
Uniform Title:
Peninsula (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
Jas. M. Latta
Creation Date:
April 30, 1863
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ; 41-68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 18, 1863)-
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Publishers: J.M. Latta, Apr. 18-<Aug. 20>, 1863; W.C. Morrill, <Sept. 17, 1863-Apr. 21, 1864>.
General Note:
Published at: Fernandina, Fla., Apr. 18-<Dec. 24, 1863>; Jacksonville, Fla., <Mar. 24-Apr. 21, 1864>.
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FERNANDINA, FLA., ThuJ a0tltj -. "

THE PENINSULA; October'-the most delightful''month of the wiletgraved on my mind, and still is as PEACI
Published week at F r n A N i N A. F L..c. season in France-as I was returning on preint to my memoryy as though I heard lons for
foot from Orleans to the Chateau de Bardy, them an hour ego. It was as follows : there wae
JAS. M. LATTA, E.litor ud Proprietor. from a rather pro)lo)nged pedestrian ecplii- 4~ DEAR, DEAR PirRa :-I take advan- us at tbi
... ration in that interesting neighborh...od, taie ofrecreit Arnold's leaving, for he has courage
'Terms--'o per annum, in advance: single where I had accurately examined all of en sted in your reiment, o .ud to l ou hisi corn ;t i
copie 5 rents. the curiuoitics, thanks to an aiuple memoir leI r, and a si!k purse I have made for in the f
ADvRaTiSieN--Fifly cenis per line. ol my noble host tin those days Hand. y. Oh I hapi. hidden Ironm.fthor to -tialar
S' buoki were uuknown, and Mllrrv was y it, for he is always' scolding me for ecution o
The Blue Handerchle. busy publishing Byron and Moore,) when I g you s3 much, and is always telling so tired o
.' T thought I caught an glimpse of e of sie ol.- lat you will never couei b~k. But Ther
I had passed my last examirnatinn diers. I was not mistaken : on the ro:d o 'will come hack, won't you Even it yI*r,-r wil
Sand had received ny diplma authorizing before me a Prussian regiment was mareh- vo never come back, I will always love ut of e
me t.o practice medicine. and I still ling- i. [ quickened my pace to hear the yo just the same. I promised myself to able. Is
ed in ihe vicit y o dinl.lgh, parl uilit-ry u music, I'r I was extremely partial y the day you picked up my blue hand. round our
because my money was nearly exhaust- to it; Ibut the al.,.I ceased playing, and no Lei hief at the .reneb r dance, and sea or lan
ed, anil partly from lie very taural sound was hard except an occasional r,,ll br lit it to me. Oh when shall I see flut:er of
aversion I felt from quitting place of the kettle drum at lon. intervals to mark yot gain 'Ihe only plea.~sre I have is war ;all
where thlreu enr happy and u tl years tie uniform ep of oli soldiers. After t r that your officers esteem yi. and r
.jad been speut. Alter wnaitug many foll ing thenm u.r a half hour, I saw (lie yoi iT
uieeks-l or the communications between *riment enter a sniall plti, surrounded, Va e ad 11RU anAlg
tit l'pp ositee so rilof tas e Aln -r we,e b a tiC ee. I askcd' pitain, wlIue Bu~ ~ he. .siwea to serve S.othern
'large packet o ,rletters Irom 'hdhile,' all f a.Utt"r bL:d.ri .llrd maded. if hiq on -." c -t$_;$ ili Io S dn~#ena .Jel ,,h.rep-tin al..
'. otrem,.llled with conl'atito oGrn mg y l., ,--t,. drlled, r.'o'a od deat, 4ar Piterand subi,sioi
uoecess, and anng tIlieu were .tletleIs -' Na,~ s d lie 'tle tey re about to try, beleia lnO. your own dear IARY. i,,g flro
Stfin'my deal lather and beloved uncle, ,and perh:;ps to shoot, a soldier of Wy oti. B.' ,-ry to sand me, too, es thing up o.ur .ri
'at wloe instance ihe was a phtvskei~n) pa'n fuor having stouln something fomn the flom&iracte,, not because I'Pm. afraid I ie laws
m- fatheilr had sent' tue abroad in crn'- i'"iuse where he was billeted." 1,bi orgltl' you, but 1 want something tLere, i, n
plete my inedical edpeatiati M lfalher's Wat,'.i I ar.e tI going to try, ". o carry always "ab.ut me. Kiss Coniedera
letter was even more 'ffecl iate than condei, an execute ItW, all in Ihe sameL wia Ots n ln. I know I shall find at price / '
unnal, for he was highly graitifed with. n"ontrit ? o you kis.ed it.. once, are
Ye ,', aid lie. those ar lithe rOVIsOos
my success. and he' counselled nme to take ', iaid li. thloe ae the proVisions o4gthe m6ustrods
advantage lu the peace .eaired ihy ithe ,'f :' capitulai.n letteit Yir3 peace
Sbattleo lf \'ttrloo to visit the continent. This word cipitulatiin was to him an ., areome th isletter last night making in
w ,iel f.11 mainy years I will the ei'PX-. p na. .w,,r,l ar.ranent, as' if ev..ryihs whe reefad m bmilliet aer For m pdi'persion
tion of a brief ic"riud had bjen cl-.,l r., lhad bee.- pr.-vided for in thle capimulati iu s' ke I would o aloo .I awaFo bode peace
all persons frmin Great Britain; lie e c,,- the ciiim.:. aud rhe l unishmlent,;'jtltied'and all n~ lo ., thi-a' o. h Y tion. t"
sed me adraft on a London Hankrr Ifr a hinanity. -, q n.. ,-- s
--laLusa nd pounds ly u-. s ... A* i .d -r see ",.. I had. O-nee y...dtraeil '-.. his It
scarcely less antleciioite; my latii thesis it,.' al'd tld CJipain, I will place you. moIlthj;adyw nast k tolse udn vestinin
(I lhad/raeritiny fath!a;:,aI; lim ,a.,py) where you may see everything. It won't. my ibroii h ,e,,'in o '' opened y window. Itr"y poe1
Sha specially pleaell him,; 'd after u ,r- u. '3 '''' ', : A l iandkereniet' was hanging on a of.the ho
g n me to take, a a andng of e fa Itlhe' It ,Iln.'v b-,t ut t q. i. Uie always, been clcotihes line;, it yoked like Mary's; it was stitt-1s M
"kindness,, he aed tat h pladt dip oon, buyc 'L tie.c melancholy specta- the same color,~tte same wti te nes; i wab "n"*'...
thousand ptiued at my disponition w ii .-,'-T "r, TiyrIelf'thatI sIalLdisoov- so weak a toi take it, and.put itin my knap-, here,
Satle nrpaw-. blter lno'l-t e'- e t luIin ol the enigma-death-oun -ak. wout out ino the street; I was peace which
tiafn ato dra wn. t A et er w cl 'i- e f t '.If Ill a tia i in full i'l, whose lift -,:,rrv I:r what I'had done; I was goiig back resis n a
the letter a liu- ,he'nil. wen ed e t;eo ,it sdldexl severd. JL fill.,wed thie C0p to the house with it just when this lady speech of'
the lefotr they ade engaged i i s ts for a .tain. he reg after mie. ,The handkerchief was found viattion of
lon or hey the first revrlutitn cas square in the rear of the second,rak and in, m knapsack. This is all the 'truth. that th
thefr t o aand fain, Yi
long ti whe t thirst rev'olutn caust- ner t ede of the grove, sumesolder The capitdlatio't orders me to be shot. andfa
Spd th em to .ly Frainc' and they were un- ere ig a ave. They ere.cb0)- Sho"t me, b.t .l.n'L deplise me Van Buret
ader after airds learned ft m tIlhmilve wch wa n ". I i ll tiiid liefite:rit, fth:'in th Thl.ju~s .i.iou -no eal their emo-cant their
Sa pecuniary favor imore tn. once renew.- i"gi ,n "t'- c tIi g ws b doe-ebIfI tion ; tbu wh,
ej*ltttii' their rUideiice Witlutim. Ten and th verelnw a certa.infrm .S the balloting t00k place, why they
"y .... :^ wth ana there*i a' certain r,f 'he wn as unan imously condemned,.)o deati ..j. 1.. ,
iuuald dollars vas a good deal fsma-,-i.-id, of a marans a .. the e herd his seeree with ; at .-
Sne .o be polaed t the diosition of a centre of the hollow quaree rt ht..ois tr ,it was passed on him, he went up to TH
young ma, aseer il n. drums; a nlth ,.icer wi ,i c nd asked hm to ur .. wife of a
teen: nonths,,eve n after a large deduion ln I.-r rTht,:arid soi dihe captain gave them to hl i n
S- been nxade, from it for a library and them, e li wi' ig soethi, then sawm, Pite go to the woman to whom recently
11tad been, tfta( hfro it for 'a Ibrae; lie wis ev1i- andhlno p
prof'esinal in tumets. using his knees as his desk; lie ws v the ble handkerchief had been restored, and parties
eore i quoted E;ul, burgh, I received deunly filling'up the forms simply because and: Ieard him say "A cal
a letter frIo the gentleman to.whom my it was againstthe* regulations that man Mdame, here are four francs ; I don't ars, that
uncle had given me an introduction; he hould be kid wi t te usual orm nw heater yor handkeref is worth otns,
aquaied me that my uncle had int The .ev"s"d w "A, e11 up He s a la more, but even if it is, I pay dear enough and going
formed hIim that I was about visiting ine-l: ..ig youg man, with a, .noble od r, b to gage.. you to knock off the nary there
Fiance, and that headd taktn rie liber- gentle -face. A worn n' t e only wItns ;est. tw
t tele ti ai-. 1n te l icanle up with him. Hut when : r were Ter
ty of ilntrod ucng'me to him. he r- n 1m atlhe oi.. en th P. a ini. tia ..ion T'aking the thaodkerc'hief.bfromt er5 he e ere wa
I nomitfor obviohsr reaso):e-e'presied with tbe wtuaa the.,soldier stopped hti, s.a j Captain,' said he, iu i ,t o years,you'll whcre al
'great *trmth-bhis delight at having, it in his .ing: I tn, home, 'In twou yer yolwhr
great Pit.and i..t. si b.l bth it is useless asking hoeranyquestions, a e Iforgtin thame wahen you o ward he mpa
ae, d a ur ed m with thne ms t prc Ls I Sa gooug to _o'. t everythid o a- stolevoid and s
nlg terms t o at ond e t his hore, n a h nhltole.hi tha and .' blue handkerchief, but don't tel her how the bride

-"a'eturn m ai ithanc in r r M ary. a. <. l., ley f musketry soon told e itxet al l
hin tes tnay ede t 'toeat or him that me, ai TE U Lt CaNE..-Wht! Piter! YMae dea y. p llurchased t.' rit
lanua ld old .ail e set out for hi) hospitable Py Uha -b a thin e ies er rbs pyers wtre ended, bes arose afn th e inte
t to Paris migthal n r fmorget roiths le iond PIT* t is true, o*jlonel, I have trwalked with a firm stepto the-padaceofe d aa; hse r
Spgreeable- awa in thbuld~e both hle was ways rie;'d to pss as an honest ou an, and cutlon. I forgot that I was a scientific man The who]
the hagudpins of ta'se dats' wt'as.c kert depe ig a gpplelree O I *tell yohu, it waner and I walked dow inato.thed, g oid to avoid and supp
ded on himself and ahis fri thnds. I wnro see r me gstol the handktohief. 'Twa, sI perceived at en sf thissbruel tragedy. A and do
him 1 .: recent ur ai An m eveu tba er ,a Tu, .Co d o, v ley of blotrySand mond ot hall
his kindldes, and to form him that' expl 'a iu yCour-Lf. Ma ?'' er wa rt, oytor. a b h fm ANe i
Should iat oeice set out for his hospitable PiTFE.-Whary, Ohln she lives r ed o theuiro trees fatal spot an bcu'ro af- the inter
,ed home. I shall even i rgetthesx m i months i* ater hooee *jt outside o;f 'ter'd l; the regialet had marched away; whose tri
I. passed away in the .,Cta.tila' r de Bardy : Arenedo ou. ucibdrthe all Wii calm ad it lent While following Territory
the hnpiness of those dags ashekere g pple-tree t he Colol let hall never 't e edgu of the graveyard, going totbe:high' fairs info
t only twy departure ahndby the incident 'seeber again d ey w. way, I perceived at a sbhrt distance before turbance
SI slsll presently relate An even after .I Tu COLON EL -- dontlutderstand.'you, ta6 razes of blood,- nd a mound of'freshly ttaryfre
S uittedd that noble mansion, the kipdaess ut Pijter; explain youret. '-' tep earth!]'It6ok a branch from one! whereup
S..:, its inmates still watched oyer mp,,a.,pen- Prza.--Why, Colel ,: but read of the'fir'trees;and made a rude orossi : a doubts
: -:.,ed homesto. me even .ip pIat great 5,ela' this lJttera,-:. : -I placed'ita'':the head ofu poor, Piter'l power t
e trom of' life-Paris.. He gave the Colonel a letter,' which the grave, now' forgotten by everybody except of roving
It was toward the ena'po the moth 4f latter read aloud, and every word of'which by me, and Orhlaps by Mary.,- large tnr

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E -From of old it was held penr
men to cry peace!- peaie [ ihwei
s no peace. The dangers'o ite fr
is moment are manifold; It' en-
the planting of cotn .instead of
unsettles the minds 6f our soldiers
eld, which is demoralization; it
s the. waemyto rnmoe vgornas pros-
f the war, by the idea that we are
f it. i, ': ; ,
are some who reproach the :.
h being an advocate of .war, and
ace. This is somewhatunrbason~
any one offering us peace ? Look
*whole horizon; Where is it;on
d' that you discern' any faintest
the white 'wings ?" It is alli
ne bottom less gult of blood, one
geariv^ jI a to -Sna-rav er
Aere is onewaylhy whbob.t.
Confederat, could immediately
the blessing of peam') it is by
et by reeoesruetion, by desist.
the red5 lioo," and delivering
ag-leaders to the punishment of
they obve trampled ppon. g i
eed, one, single citizen of the
ev who Wuld:,hvepeiee atany
Well, hero is theprjic.; say at
hoJetc5 pao it'? .ep!i h
st or -' r uarg ring us
Ts it peaqe at Roseerans is
Teanessee Does the military
of public meetings in Kentucky
? The new Northern co,,ri
iiaotin'g a heavy exemption tax,
ook like peace 7I The deliberate
Abraham Lincoln of all the mil-
r of a dictator, with the treasure
Ie nation opened to him without
ito enable him to makep9~; ry --_
then, are these indications of'
Ih we are said to. be recklessly
ad disdaining? Oh I the:great;
Vallandigham I the touching in-
tuneful Cox! l We greatly fear
two wooers of the South, so fond
ill very soon be found, like John
n, shrieking ;out for war to the
if they delay or decline to-re-

rebel officer writes in a letter
intercepted, concerning dress
s in the rebel capital:'
;co aress costs thisty-eix doll-
s three dollars per yard. Whlte-
three dollars pbr yard ; '*ns
tms the same. A pair of ordi
e-dollar gaiters, twenty dollars.
standing those prices, parties
'y numerous;till Lent began..
s a wedding next dqor to-mu,.
e hundred people attended; and
I liquors were abundant, and'
ne and other wines flowinglike
Then: follows a description of
i's underclothes.-the finest the
r saw.) ----- Everything
'he oranges at the wedding
dollar and fifty cents apiece,
thing ws-as- p paifultof-oid.
le of the wedding paiaphernalia
er must have cost twenty ihoui-
irs or more.
view to-day with the Ette Chiefs,
be occupy a pariton of Colorado
, the Commisio"rdr of Indian Af-
rmed them if they created a dis.
with the whites a sei4ienat mili-
ewould besent to puit.hem down,
on the head chief coolly *ltpitsed
whether the 'Govetlment has the
db so. These Indiaul, though
Habits, claim the ownaoisip of
ckseof land* ...'. T
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p 'rit -etbJ a e .:i" Nas-sau, ia-ida tan-li fl-ita h,-. lalmck-bnard., and aUi practice E[turing the time he has ben on 'the St. Johns g We understand the L -. 77 ,h C,:i.nmis-

1 %I _it.dr-i I 1_' o -. -a, b here al-sa the ,ese-rist ti are Ia,:, judiciu.l. he hed t eAetoditie and rendered very value- 'St. Atgustine co. ilbtdditheas.e1 i eVnet of St..
Fir' Eh ,,t1 era, a-t ,t tiirit. -l',r C al--C ,, 1.-ut,,J pis through :h- .rLt;ie ,-."ion tir three Iut acted a' he convoy for the N Capau_ expedition. ,a heso at St." Augu ne o a aVit

iPThpulattoS .of FerniBczdb4 1
We are indebted to-Lapt. SANFORD, tho ffi- t
'tient and obligia rovostMaWshalofthisap?'. .
J'ur tli foll.:i iug sia ili si of the pi-;ent ui..-
latiou of Eeriandiia. ;,
"WHITES-Males, oV er 14years,,- 5
., ",*"h.,.iMd r--. '. .-36-- 93 t
Females;-6ver 14 75
S tinder 14-. : 44 4U-
.Totar : .p -----212
Married] 34
i. ales, 5 ;'
'CoLOaRED--M l .71 ?*- r 217'
-.iu.-ler 14 21-'-1435 0
'r i'o s, ur er 11 3.'1 ]
*- .-.I .,* un .r N4 : 1.-- 97 1 -
TOtal,-r -l3-.'
Of.these 951 wrei slaves, an,] -1I free.
'"T; tal population, 1U44
Of the 217 couter-il males, the-re are-remploypd I
in tl-'4 deparlnlet 35b. a Fort I
(. lln I aboin 41.1. a li' aite 21.1 are at o-.rk iu
thelields; thi" reiniiri-Jul ar- ni,;,tly old a-nd 1r
firinald un.4able o do a.full d work.
,1 ; .. .t-.... .. ... :+ ,, : '5 ,
'Vt'The past wevek has been one of general
.ejoicing anid g"...'d fellowihik Maj. DORMAI e
has been.ierS, dthsli:rdutling asrie suabtanhtial
reward-sof em 'it aniong the soldi.-'r-, <''li l .te i
ing 1 (.XCe inil-: ui -'lgrapillh f U F. E S. mn tr,
with which the boys, seem very maekplkeaped;
We have.bedn refreshed i.y a \%isit 'rti.n Li.uli '
Col. HALL, Provost M N rh,-il -G.mner I
part meant, and"Oapt I i'V iil -.1 'I -,AY4,pir'ivat
Secretary 'It., i e I, ; Iec t. \ w..r ..-l.i:'h l
t: meet hiimag4gti. All i lui h'ipy days pf 'n
1 \'.V -lig, .:I ] li rush hike a litood turq.u O.Iti,
inen'il", ;11i 1i1 presence. and r jlea-Iaul r e-- '
election steals over u s, thl-lilfehlaas gr-. nti, 'r's., j.,. i
thani'fl s'y.p '" *;n'' ., tt
yrb-,. r-in nl'i .fr April here hlis be'enu'on u,.
t;,.' iniit ,.i hi-i.ttil w ite , er e\ .'rin. l.
Ii] n ii.,ll, i[-: mii,,''hiin li e ' L*'r- ,'IJ wtilh nild I.
in i' g it iii v b ,tn. t;' anl n sill iy :ilt i ).-1L. r-
has for a-day prevailed. Thqe; leiil %tr

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Iii-'e v.rj.\ .i ti-- t.. .in l't i .. f '- ilr erAt .' e c 'ng
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c-n -un.lnday ill ihree of the Ch,' rch .irfi.-e-. ft'
i t 1 pf'.-e A 'l n'ir p-tist dill're l. .It v M r. -
a vl in.1, O'h ii l tin, of lthe 7rh i'.:,nu. pre'melesr
1" at II A'c3l.-<. M M Al tlie rl-rf h.,-li-'t Chitr lin.
1'e M, K- ..rrn l., S **jcl PMr..h' ervi-.? t'V'iin'-' '
Iis*r'. t- a i ,.r,.l,',lt '.i 'if r'ealilf:n ut ;
S 40tA.1'. a1 4l '.i4 1I.. a'd.fl l'rge .S,,'Ilny'
o,'..l IiI -e-' L.*l'wei ii the service ,. inlr II l ,
.un rin:i ri'e -r V. L. i 'Al-
un r n h e.M; ,, .all I r in.- e t
- t'- Epi ei,)!]hI! rihureti B .'i.viwp a'are "cgul-.ity-
lhet'.il a ltj "i lt. tMu.. u h i lt re' ;& ,.., mi am.ti,:,.
,, ,* *. *- -* .. .. ..2-tt. .'- A 'i- f r TfH. t i ,,
f'NuLnhe '"r v' yiung iA''ligato,.'t.,nron onea
1 i.) hree I'e-l l-ng. lihav been tuir'en' w ilitin the
past two. wPc-kq1' a'it mtui :. ItalvY 'b:-en-b'.xl l lip
a'nnl'aken nnrith They will live wee'li inicenu
A'' eiftlelie mni. liough n t,. ecrl pr e J'.V pl.'iv-
ilhinrt r.,' chiiTJrem. ii'it aIqiinse the cur;iul.s ai
the n-Iruh .-here ili'" rt lare. ,
ag .Our Lt pei,'.,t 1imllt, mixed iu (tir buti l.
Z e .acuationu tf JTcLsrin' tt' e a'li"l Ii' i.n c- it
"r ms! ,., le a ii to, a nr a eA
pearer in beti.r ah'ipc.

.. ,piJuJge ST.:irET.' o'te tt.)S'U Al'iA'tn- i has game t., Wasl3ington..

S i.We,have received for publication 'the lIRt
of lands forfeited for the U. S. direct tax, and
it will-appear-asa. oioastihe type for wili'i we
no have sent.tb Nc-w- York, d'jwbhigh.- is daily ,
-' rpected, ilhall arrive. ,

,'i- .LH, Two .oT...o., t
Post says : That the: tupreome ,'ir,t:.:
She'Seventh Judieial.DistrlICt,fiot ursta.pq
bbs decided that thb. goqvtnWe.'nt rreEn-
"backs are a legal teuddr frall de Icon-
ti a iaedh before' ,the .passage, ot' he a t -;of
o ; ngress 'telihriting ,the, iasuye oA' these
'otes: *This is .tbh is.iaiiuoj ldgpeit
,: of a eoaert ,.cqu-posed ot,,em, ers' w P, in
every qnal4ty that constitutes an excellZ.
ent"judge., will not compare unfavorably
with those of any district oftour state. We
rejoice at th-? 'romtulgation of such de-
cision io rpirmpfly uade after vgree enolt,
and from a source so well calculated
sprre respect'for.its doings- .

NrEWr SU.1'iiItIaV'. Tlh. subseiitiouS tlolhe capital stook of
-. -- .\la: tie '1'clegrdph .kimptiy now ex-
Oin diay list.week a man a-itltempted e.~,fty iTimuswid-pnunds erl+ng -ata1ng
to get outside the federal lines bevtiid tIl fairA:Tier and Ka.Iin- merchants osf i ry.
MlurIreesl'oro.,Tenn. He ins hailed by ,Yrk', and additistial subhcripctious are be-'
imf .pickets i itL. endearnred to e'scape. ing roce.l'ved daily. The amoupt already
He was filed at and killed. Upon his .ibseiit,.4 in this dei andiin London in-
peifton) qs'fn::, a plant ul' the tortitica- saured li.' Icess of' tho great enterprise
tions near tliat place. most y,"r b, youd aall i-easodnble doubt.
A sad ,aBcident-oveuwtild at Hartford A'lertr I'runi Br;dg.?p.irt, CE in tite Bos-
'iTeIsday mornitie last. .wliagoaalut'e t iuJq9ily /, says : C. Btirr eame he'e
was firing in honot of the, Utnjn. tri aid- lal li-d, .reas.u and then called 'n a
umph in the eletion.--After a. part ofj 'lady -elatiive, wea'in, hisi bridge. "Thle la-
he slute hlad-been filed the ,un.iVenii .dy tonry, it froa ,iis covat and would n..t re-
infprematlurely.while.the.-,re in. h~nlrge ,c'.ive a ..aJl frou himn. Thli copperhead
if ir m ere 'rt its muzzle. -G.e;,-ro L. eibleici16i, ,hibiLQdA,t,.Awi .ueii-
Dnmi n' hatI 'itbollr arms blqwyn.,t', andi .wrtI grea'i, eiieiin,'g."
Oscafr 'W. Phelps wasi badl bImiuno..l ,n iL.4 John.P., ur of the
about tie lands and aIhe.. A libiil 'Fitl Niddlf,TeuI,.~ee Infantry, and son
subscriptiitn bn hets spierep.ed.J ,of.t-.-iotr.o: Andrew .l'.hrsnn, was iled.
Deiihing. who isa-rwioMtily. young iiOan. i atmrdja.y Jja,,t N'a shville. by 'bhing
Fre-lerick A. M4tehel,Rson'' tla.te th' wi froi .is horse. (IJ wJ au 9-ruept,'
fnlant G nreraVk 'Mii'eh l. .. nl csted'.., an. i tdiou l pItrijt, ,tr "et', 'rri g.xilererh-'
\ilThifngrth -i 'kiet days siue as a pri- cer 4iun tar)r diu at Iin,. tin'er .i,,reign'
rate., hili ifact cntuing-to hei kJnowl- of.'aiaOiin i-,I . ..
e*l, Ot ithl Pile idelit 1and eo itla .rt, L -- t,,Sr1 tl. sib l it.
W ar, lie was- at' .nca.' pr.itroced .t1,) l-, l, ....
econ-li-ti .tenan rsin'tbe Sita.rithl, 'ini J.- u .ll a lr- ni lner i, t lav t o r lof the r,ll,
; ta it. ..t r" *. .' we to t Pi-t' i R 'lisai to obta-u a puas for
- Lieutennit-C.,' mLvu.&i'l 1'0yd- r'-i- i.',,,, of Ninitiu. so'.frilerils, in tle
IIt, who was in 1.cltll 1.tknl'dl i it' hi, driu r ,iac't 'ilbe : Whil ... hir
'n'r. lit ihirt.n d c "ket lt c l,, ial- ( ,at er lh at,h hinga. applied, to ilr .i
Orleans, wliere h'r d tl *, t -j li .. I- ; t: d hin 'h, .',L an dl. -bd..
*I'i s erpl untilio at-
.- cl.... -... .. U-+ ., ; ef ineur. I .0i b ib .,'i--.iered in t'ile a -
'T'lie tGrand Jut iarfifld, c.unlt, c firh tri 'e G(Leli rt.i~l'Virir ordered d him to)
Ctlji., have n.l-ited Gov dinor i-''11 ir ., a al,'in' i4 utty: H'e replied
i-lvisinr,< the artre r ..4 01"-', t I l i oi1 0- id b rfti't ubua, Y*L ut-i .
ijtu ," c ,is- i %s mina iizer.. w o i t oi ir .t. i t. A' L )s ttL'eivour. bust
(4ior'.a-rtisMuhtiedin tottLadnv;tt'e.P i ',k an.f r ;i the inil of 'tha'Ctiaje,
tent'rn l Ijurnsid. ..A A u.,J uau ,a*jrdi 'njw the, ly'.'" Mhi a.'1ni 'tiis nowirn the.
diQni t.iihs tfr.iIn.the military servf i,.. l' f r lta .i'toril IudsIbu II f tlii be an ex-
(inite'. .t-itei, t.'apt..W : S. "Irk1ltcit '.' 1 a pl'''e j.t6"w i'te reb'ol-dimv is filled it
the i'eitib K-'niuly Cavy[lry,., l,.,ir l dii Uii i st .' I 'a n eiid 'uiinsticbody of men.
:ra,'elil strreilpu r. .i. 1 I jDIaio IQ T xas-IC I 'lone. .
Th. reb il *syn iarii w.i hwi .L AJmipeuer ti.'.,rupjcly ,Captain ut the
iT. ar ui stt'elioau ltihiir., tliit, ati i, :'fr. fumous '*Jessiu-.j t'"it has reccivedt c.r-
rl.bell indrslionl ,i'ou Mar' i nd willl,s :v ,1 Irt-idtnlrv b-,into Tcuyas wijt his erin-1Uft
Lia ui adi.,a irdn ,Pr t- obtariu iu.-:es'Jiy t0u1rI.., ofrtsiN, ,M,,iSif, l. Iad.i-
plih '- .. ', w, ,,h. a ..A'r ler iedqa ,g .. il p.d Jt.'l.
l'i'- Ni, w rlEcaniz Fa- '.of tei le t *, em.'mlmad f i,Gu. A J. nlaiilton aind
a trinl liundir'd lt:i leS, di e witlli -*pt I start ioni his Ce petlionA0It ib t'.
.c.,t "i. Wa ..n ..i-:' 5tlh ilni lit'-rt i`ls wo% \ t lt l t.'.h )Layv. Ils r"-ziutleii(. kn it. <
1o Ii., u. ,iil '',"as' T s. Tli etd' la'ds-avier- tihei "H uilton, Iangers i.. i.l.i ittong
^ ,5 i.i M a'rI y--1 "1 d o".o'v. i, ,wilJ. I, l.irg 'J, m,,r.a ". ,
,., y. .,l, ff'ss I l tlT, y'v- li Ir. lI .. nj,';" n nt i Or f IJ itlihd Kansas h4 . .,i([c,,tc.;.n. Af-i' ,11d arlbsdtifL'rd Jtci-ef rrueilcit keifinsa Oiayt, $in.. liramn.a
r .r.. iion,'& hi' c i .- it- four i e-
whi.iii' w' ,il; j.:';.i r. klK' Ae tM e naau I i 1as wa.e kill'di fiflcaiO 'sea Bip lbr,.ke up,.
train. a'f.' Lr i rly'1 lh1. eart,'p' ,.ii'pj3iage(.eiai.
I...,t iait't r- lcii.3r, I lair 1i ijiti hl.u l.A- ,'&'', captured,, treeb 'piy sejihouie, .1 ,I a )iryland Iriopd 1a-0 andF piad' ,f, report burned, two leaders
wh.i.>hr-,,,i..a q iAnwblie,Io ., i)i.' a ,,..' hl. i, '.i'die I. tter were Vonc rnedt in the
tiiin ,> tl tii ii ,-Mcletopig i Ll,'. i to iti ,(1 44 > r.r it' the statuner G(al ) and a lorge
th:i. t ..eplies .1.tL i's,R' ,i 1il- 'a- ul6dnt o' -powder and other uninuitious of
ii,,-aii4 d that lrhe ,th nly. R -,t '' .. 'd. sp wi'$lscr...ed. (Only one of his iruenr as-
ctie .!seeesnian bh,tj o'f.aL...liti.'--m ri '" and W. b'tlrded. .. .
in-er .rtlihe,lsiub,-ike-tp., ,! ". A le'tt r from Anthpbli,' %'d'., to Lt!e
"ur N'etOrldoAnot' :rrwresptnldent rtritc. B.lailuiure .Sn -sas that Idsi Wdek' about
u ;.16r d( L:e "of f Is'a h l.'lth.-; 'ar.zoe ofL' t lh'uii.T1"4d ",la .r 'i ft 'f fi1ifr'e'E T
cotton' are 'd-iy .arrik'ing lJre fr'.io. le oweis resdn in m'Andtin 'u "
cni-. Ti '. :mrri i ffr i ii were Iae .a "J, it, i. 'pposeid,' Lriraol,
h ,v r n 2 6 3 -b a l % o F i.) t, r' -i u h 2 i'U w s r ei c le p J ,t / ,i -ti w +i d 5 W o a u b m u u '.. -
for N,.w York. Tho' price. of..diid.ll! tn qkli yu ti tai,,. anpparnitly" aJ'pa&ti
rantk?4 front 7'7 It. 2c Ier pooibm.' .il't. elt p l igf,,,was iound in the 'Water'
A ,ieitipt 'w,' ,indIe on istuurday;- i: t, oi-ir,. 'I, 'i, oqn's. ip F'uirtian
ist ti, In'.t -,r \V -fIrith N'iartyjY-ard,:in. itr~ethi~4lrii ip pg. 'T` coptihing-waz i a
b',iw' s,.'- '. itidute 'The .inceiidilry trh|k,coAu pd,p atsi gray w.r.ted jacket,
w:, l .' ... : h llbil |it bl. ck cliotlt ve'a and check
i'r nw E," o. ol- t 1 ,, :pitt..,al rid .I% black, ,h r..a mit k'irs.
say.. .. t,.' ", r l -" e 'l"t,. .. i T hi b...,i y lad apparently .'beeii ip the wa.-
,t l, ... i it,4.i,, tcrj b,.kt .three C e,,s. It was s.tu t othere
lines ea ti'i par lent.. lNelvhphidred d{ad house. .
banls .-'ret rc'iv.ed ]at > Bitn R'ie, nad ..d n. H rumilton..asierted qtl'l]h.,meniitg1
ight, lu'I,' e'd b'les'camo across tct L'ke of lhe !*IL.y/,a,'Natignal ,Leagued',ion New,
t,'i likuk' ", diL'. dnu'.' ,Molt"-tf this hladi \'oil, that it was within his, 'knowledge
been czrefulliy. couctie'i for in rilhrI,' the' than more than.two /iuancrd ndv1 / owners awaitingan i n po.rtioitcy itbesetp: pit lwhu.had gone
with t, where ty' qould'fibta-amarLkt. wcre.hung in that State ;peoiin, the.Prdsi-

*beeh su mbt'ribed' .. inI Piladlpli .r ereuswa O ilwre iadp I uf.-beiuga more the
lif of.'thea.-istrrwsed cou.oi, ,aop ratit yeM over c*eit"a'aO'ib .ery!. .
'andi muasliti emabroiderers in and near We 'Wuhn then thetr hif General fiumside
4tlsland.ibuutiA d' ".i.. .,' we"c iarchu.thg thero -rhe streePl'it.'iE"
r .'.iteweayflpdpromi 'indai, fhotoheVda, (theypassed the hall
SitIzehg-of *6ky inucdgsuch. hn% hiere'the'.Demt00(ic Convt-hibn 'as in
a 'yi-M iK tfle -I.B".:'Ohitienden sron. Bint-o shout,or thd-wavingg
and A A. L.w and Henry W;B her .of a'hat,b v' 4"'andkerchif6 or' eveq a
-Wpl--1oS.rd ii.-' at "h Academy friendly stlle, g e'td 'the hiarie fellow
of -whl' tie'iUnm ot '3S 00 woas who ,'kd goig'-u6,der the Stati and Stripesq
sabsribed ,t spfori ti1.. iteb 6het thb rebels. All was silence and
'"et d "ofa l. .r tfit 'a i-- 'The. sullennis in the "* Conservative C'onven-
paper will be codG a on purel y'japj, doh' th .hett its merber we're
principles, a dt.whll e : n" der the ito tjra th t b? !.s' .. *.
nImaU, 0 nt'1 Jo'6se'phg 1it6 ard, -, iflip liu'ber and three others, whi.
nia"- u iei J -sepl r .uw ''u,.. ,i i buaged ut Kni ght o$>.ze Golden
Over five hundre.dAederes have report- is- ca geI ;e Kniglits o .he ( olden(
edmt -Iudianapoli --i twoda vs, claiming,- C rclA hivebe arrested at .Reading,
the protectionn of .th PrIsoidedCas retdf -.--pi, arp-r.?i Philldol;
proel-le ation. i ., .' 1,+ rr. pm a. Pr" : ; ,- '
.yi .-i/ l: '.*i.L '. l l.,': *)flj 'r d' :, 'j *I ': j .t;! a .,. **

.. Xha4Aiajiihpat trndn ol .,M.iln aiLre
lorpJ.S2. comprised 17,440(,426 bushels,
while that of Chicago wad but 15,834,-
.us1 jtsholela-early '2,b00,006 bushels
Ilos -
SAetion. has been taken in r'ew Or-
leans looking to the confiscation of the
ektatc. propel ty. credits and efeti oft'
Pierei.iulce, Jd. P. 1argi;pon and Daniel
W. Alains, all leading j*beJ.aaad on-
biderabie property ownqrs.'. ,' ,
'' lThe constitutionality.of.-the rf.Blla
a'nr-dft df'Itofiit, undemn whieh e6lered
'people are'excluded "ftom.-the etmdion-
'Wealli. is to be tested in t.IC Supreme
Uot:rt that..stat4. ;, .s,>..;:., '.
, ,blneral-.hLer Wa llae 'addr eidl to
,,lii, ', 1 jilatulr, i a 'iadda LA otio
response to the. resolutions ta fiTnl"lim
for his services, it the course of winch he
s13 : .
!-.i. 'Thisis neither Lincol's. winr.' nor a
wam 6irfnegro.ts.' npr a ,Wpr- farcunrqpTest,
or glory, or patty., t Ts the people's war
f,.fi en ogernum'e'nt. The ealv diptitetion
Iiat can be-made between the .hJsplq,w
fell at Slhiloh.isqne died to establish free
government.thlie otbh .died tq porpetuatf
it-both are martyrs tfo iberty. .Wil thi
people abandon 'their cause 1. Gob for.
.id "'

4f4eTi,,Baltimnore .Americar says thai thui
British brigOcen Ranpdr is now lying
ir.'atUptoiiFoau-aving aboard abiouL
560 contrabands, nearly all of whom.have
cim* in from: the -Peninsula during the
war. The new colonization selhtme pro-
posed 'to and sanctioned, by 'President
Lincein is habotN to..bB ;.testefltia the
freed' Ethiopians are- perfeedjy.,ssafied
with frying tIhir, fortuite.,Ait a;strange
land-the Ilaid, of Hayti, They are to
reiteive enaobeight dollars per mondtl for
their labor ior the period of five years,
h i ,Ise,4i-irtq-f that .Ame will
!he,qntitled-toan 4ipotal artvenue aris-
ing from the sale of whgteyer agicultu-
-r.% prffuct, the y iay .raise. In a few
.4idysanother rvssel will leave for,l-ayti,
.caryipg stores and luggage for .the adJ
y ventures.
., 6 -T "t ,
'Tan TAsi Or .THE KIi6rKX.--f'esdfY
"wight the iater was cahl', and 'tlhooh tbe
pessebleaked badly, the *fataeiof Itb rew
not only kept. ber ialoAt; buiIte'- water
gained little if' any -in the hdld. On
Wednesday morning a high "*id arose,
and. the pudip a were not ,t-Ubilitlto keep
her-fiee. The spray .and'the- ir'ves were
throwa4pon her''-eitered at many
points fr" above 'tle." water line.. At 8
clock' a tug was'seit to take off her crew.
The- wounded ren--tan in niumber-
were, transferred from th dokuk; the
others- followed rapidly; and-not morb
than tWo'miAttes after' the list" niam had'
stepped off her deok the vessel went doih.
effofti 'are making"to Mow her t1p, Blitt
fadf Ihay have failed. The Vebe'1 T MSQlb
'be tirmitted to raise her.' :' o"O
; : ';I; *ii ) ;); ,'' o', '.

Mrs. Jane G. awisshelm, of Minuneso-
ta. has lately beh appointed to a pdsi-
tion in the War Department, with s.
salary of 81,000 pd'rannum.-
-- T'helqew orAdance foundry at,the Wash-
ington Navy' Yard, Pow in course of con-
struction, will be two hundred .and fifty
Ieet long and seventy. broad, with six
furnaces at ouq,epd, so arkiteged that .they
may hea t the metal for pasting a gda
weighing as much as 1OI,000 pounib,
and t*eJvteLotber small furaaes at (he
other end, for aluuniag-metal f i ordinary-
sized gns, r These furnaces ,ill require
in their constrpc'un. 950,000 bricks, and,
-ww.-h tAe hl.e i'erir^,')be1iqiqqy^p irei-
heighti !- -, ,, E
BI I p+,
At Brewe.ville, J.nings i *dtt
Indiana, s6a,- das, ago, i BLgatternmt
meeting called to denounde the'"kboli-
tIiiatltt," i6t'r lo,-il young womenniastoh-
od.'into the assembly bearing the Ameri-
candalag. T'hei'r presetine with theleto-
blem of 'liberty and their 'de'tienimld
maniiner soon dispersed the traitors, who
Anunaljy adjou.ed -to the 6pitet air. ""e
ThIe Sioua Indians are gathering in
farge numbers in the N'rtli'west, ".d'ln-
inug. it is hblieved, tQo r"few their eam-
paiga against ibe whites in Minnesota.
Matrimony has proved a good.apetu-
latiln for -To1i'. Th'imhb and bhis wife.
i,'o liha'e take on an-averag $LOp00
per day,' for- admission .to their, levees,
sliime their nianiage. ,


3 1 I & .

BrLESSINOS or Povntry.-Poverty in
youth, When it so Jar nmag-
S iqeit'i t 'it'turns the whole will tow-
'rds effort, and the, whole sou! towards
aspiratipn. Poverty strips the material
fife'ely, bare, and makes it hideous;
S(hfiece arise indspressible-yearnings to-
*ards the ideal life. The. rich young
"ian has a hundred brilliant and coarse
amuserhents; racing', hunting, dogs, ci-
gars,- gainn, feasting, and the rest; bu-
eyin 1he lower portion of-.the soul at the
expense'tf "fr 'BFigtih''.nd- delicate por-
tioins. 'The poor young man. must-work
,Qrrahi bread; he ea.j3s; when he
4nhe h has nothing iore but revery,. 'He
:gp.&frq9 #otheaj which Gda gives;
bhqefrs4,iS1y, 1p.ace,' the stars, the
-f.9y.erg,,,the. 4 'sbld4i, the humanity in
whch lie pu4flexs, tihe creation in which
ShM.Ahiues. g, onks 'at humanity so
much that b. seas the soul; lie looks at
creation so much that he sees God. He
.dreams, he feels that, he is great;, hel
drT&'ens ligailn','nifhie feeefs hat he is-ten-
der. From the egotism of the stiffening
man, hb passed to the compassion of the
corilemplaling man. A wonderful 4feel-
-Ing'-sriqgs. uivwitbini him,(.forgetfalness
Io_ self, .and pity for all.,'i In thinking of
thb numberless enjoyments 'which .aiture
offeis,-gides and, gives lavishly ,tp open
souls, and refuses.toe closed souls, he, a
,milionaire. of inteJligence, comes to grieve
fqr the. mi i,opaires at money. All-ha-
SgQso'~ ut'of his he'rt in rop portion as
hl lighJ enter's his mird. And then' he
.. unhappy? No. The misery of a young
ntan is never miserable. The first lad
Syou meet, poor -as Ite may be, with his
health, his -strengti, hisquickstepi his
S. hinfhg eyes,' his blood which circulates
'V" warmly, hi bhlaik locks, his fresh cheeks,
his r'sy lips, 'his white, teeth; his .iure
breath, will '-lways :be-'ervied'by amn old
SAtfiperbr.'" A-nt when every-. modinjng bie
sits abodt -earning his brea44; and while
his.hands are edlrniirg his living,:his back
erAqitqis.gainiag/firmnessi his braij isga ii
(ng ideas. When Jiis,,work is done, he
t'XQirns to ineffable ecstacils, to contem-
P pltqn, to joy; he sees his feet in dilli-
1cltles, in-obstqcles, oni the pavement, in
",'t;hirns''ometiltes iii ti't imtred; his head
'is in tie light. Ife is firm, sereiitV'gi-
tie, peaceful, attentive, serious content
iitVi litt 1 benbvolent; ,'and lie blesses
"God for having given him these two es-
'*" tafesi whid' many ol bheorih iae wiithuut;
I' abbtn'whieh uiakes him free, and thought
!1i 'tlht-h'iAl'tim noble Victor. HuJy,. '
': J' ]i i I | ,
a.' ''IM VlO 'fAr it' BLESSED fN Iis
~ t--..''--e "'cbii{ftid thde' following'
h (tom thb p nf'of 'tih blind preaherb' a i'-.
burn: '
The self-educating power of a good hie'
ftwoPfhyoofAtonsideaittion. WI'atevdr-
"thetinfliuence of-our conduct on others'
'irinfi ytO 'Jaiiegfclitupok oslierseA' s, ,yci'
n' i rfouia m1herwmiiadu',hrfui.of.false-
:i o if e timdosetl4ntut heBprincipl o
,di pi&Bpeptt eiof'rueah inroirsAlmea;. Dis-'
.'Mi ml ioaittensiiimomaiiIn'o mtlW4 as
/na hluiifwwkl piaetise'it had "w. whtver the'
r'Ci iggm etAoerwrnhings&eiloseaifere 'than
*'' -btle gains;. 'The rogue clieathnot only his
',"irApre, mihutoimself ;-. andthbe thidf steals
ii ,riomlfmself an. anfihitely more valuable
a lwe ivaure Ihbafr4madheman he robs. I
A,' -. .- 0 .. .. ,, 9 I -
'' SLAtEh Vtf0cs'WL'Th TO OUR LiNEs.-
"A leftbr from "Mnrrfcsllotd, 'Tenh., to
r 'thb'St.Lukni' tJhfSlibdl Lays .
w., nLTh6 aves cofitinue btpi in from
hdjai% ni Zo0try. e thi weth slaves
S Q'' ebei 1i 'b ff,' gome time.ago, and
now come the women and children, the'
a Iged-ad i--4mto A -negrd camp hig
,'' ,ifte .-Blitihh ed, and is. fast tiflingtip.
To.j, .'YqlnhLpe l~armofa'man by the native of
.. :j .oes, J! ig, tbirty-nlne negroes ran
,s.: a3WT#.A AidP9 isl'e< Mpurfasborp.danpg
Xr,' oe..niglA u.The seven miles
S. f mhaere..-. Th'ebaeiks camone in with all'
,C:a i ctjt iqdm .They,- htd, tvike their
* l*zati r eands, three ]rge wagons, each
B 5499,Qqa.%:-by, tbi,eq yoke of battle.
3 Ap ,p 'i ne mo, M lPhs and.young
wet kr^w'b dfjfaq4 ieeA4nedI the; place idf
ive stox,__To T wiagqyp were [piled lilh
7. ith te~t beds) and-hundles, of whitish
' o" "ctton cloth,-.qand.on top were literally
v'. ovred with little and old. negroes. Th,
ta'us .were turned over to the (bief.
uartermuwter,.and the people' sent put
t o tohe camp, there to be detailed to hos-
S pital woik, cooking, put on the fortifica-
tions, and tfie like.

Can the Slaves take Care a
This (ineition is thus answered by
writer ia th Chippao TT,,. :
Facts arc the only true basis for thebrie
A briefrchapter of laets with which I r
cently bectaume acqNaiuted. seems to ind
cate a capacity in the colored populati,
of the Southern States to take care
themselves, not accorded to them I
many of the citizens of Illinois. I wi
record them in as few words as possible
You may draw the inferences and mak
.practical suggestions.
"An educated lady of Bridgeport, CoG
married a citizen of Georgia some twenty
odd years ago, and accompanied him
his home in that state. He was aplante
Not succeeding there to his mind, h
removed to'Arkansas and bought lan
'and negroes and resumed business as
t pi'ter. He had but fairly started
b business when he sickened of fever an
died., His, estate,; consisting of thirt
,negroes and a plautation, the size
which my inforim.'nant did not state, wt
involved in debt to the amount of te
thousand dollars. The widow judged
best to sell a portion of the land an
negroes to pay the debt, but the foreman
on the estate, himself a negro and
blave, advised her to another course.
wopnldn't do dat, Missus,' "said he; 'd
boys won't likp ito.go' down Souf, an
Sif Missus give us de chance, we'll 'raise
big crop and pay off de debt, an'd hav
.,it;a4l clear in. two or three year:' H
intormed 'Missus' that he had 'tatked t
do, boys. 'boit it' and dey all say de
stick by and work oide debt, if Missn
please not sell 'pm. She" followed th
counsel of iis huiimane And heroic negr
and 'de bdys. worked with a will. 'The
raised a splendid crop of cotton, the en
lire-labor being done-even' -to the sal
of the crop and t h'ideelivery ofthelnone,
i'To flie' iWhd ofl the mistress-withou
the advioe, help or interference' of an
'wvhte man. The debt was reduce
k6,000 the first year. A brother'of th
lady, an invalid clergyman of iConnecti
d' ut,'spent the 'first winter after thE
planter's. deceasee oh ..the. plantation
Grrateftulosany man would be, to those
r'gnorat ~butt faithful and kind-hearte
fellors,for' their generous devotion t
his sister's interests, he improved hj
leisure time in teaching the son of thi
foreman and a few others of the yo'nn
', adt before spring s'.me of then
could not only read tolerably w'el, bu
dould write a legible haiid. ?
S'"Spring came, and the lady with he:
children accompanied her brother to
Connecticut, and there spent 'the sum-
mer, leading her negroes to make a sece
qjjO crop under the leadership and man-
ggeinent of her negro foreman, lthoef
a white man on tie premises. "'SK held
a regular correspondence with the fore-
man, thlroiigh the educated butjddiskv
fingers of his son, and was kejt well
informed'of the state of 'things i the
'plantation. Late inlithe autumn se re-
turbed, accompanied Cow' by- a sister,
who spent the winter wilh her, 4nd fol-
loewed up the'work 'of her brother, in
the educational line, without,' however,
'any public proclamation of' the flct, for
obvibos reasbnis.
."The'seend' crop swept off the re-
Iains. of the debt and left a surplus.
Thus the !work has gone" forward for
nearly ten years.' The working force of
the sslaftation having increased by the
natural increase of ihe negro families,
and additionshaving been made to the
plantations from'".thim1 .to, time by pur-z
chase, at the suggestion, and by the
advicee %of the negro oVerseer, with a
succession of splendid crops produced by
willing hands pnd er the stimulus of
dp% JqA1ss SPgPinwA6. ins tead of
the lash, the property was estimated,
when the war co. menced," to be worth
over 100,000. .he mistress has spent
her summers in onnecficut with her
relatives, and there she Ias done what
she conil nat do for them in a slave
community : she has'#iypn them a first-
rate educationn. .Whiin' itrcoursd stop
ped between Arkansas and the Nurtf,
the lady with her eldest son was on the
plantation and her other. children in Con-
necticut. There had been when my in-
fomanhn't left'Bridgeport' no communica-
tion'between the parties for six months.
The members of thefam'ilfat th6 East
are exceedingly anxious to hear from
thb mother, and fear lest their elder

of brother may have gone into, or been Reading lie Bullelln.
forced into the rebel army. Comments
aI leave to 3od, Mr. Editor. While B1 RUTU N. CiONi'EULL.
many are asking, just now, if 'the ne- Hurrah for lthe crowd! knee-deep in Ihe
es. gros in a state of freedom can any way shouLi.l,- t.) shoulder, friend and foe,
re- be managed, or take care of themselves Rih and )poor, high and lo'w.
di- such facts as those above ,rated may Long and -hort. lean and.o siut,
.n afford the anxious some comfort. Has 'it i #Lbrimn, hate without,
Soale %% h) bd;l *I "''eq 'li. 1.,1f
of "Yours for freedom to all men, unless R.elading bulletin.
>y forfeited by crime."r the n e nd r,
i11 Hur-lh l1.r Ihe no4,1s! white ,na rnod,
ill Nosnes th. lead, more that are led,
le. INTERCEPTED REBEL CORRESPONDKNCrF .specaele.l, hi-h in uthe air.
ke An intercepted document addressed by w\r,n,.',i d .:._'t iii n.r d.: -pair,
Judah-P4 Beojamia, the V ',U rat, &Sp-& P t. ius oei-6,i..iin1ro and are,
n. -retary of State, ,to.,Hon. L. Q. C. Lamar, ..- tihu I.v nobo,ly knows where,
ty the Confedraite Commissibner at 'St. Pe- Reading the bulletin.
to tetsburgh, has lately come into the poss- Reading the bulletin.
ir. session of oar government. It shows the Cravats that are black,. a few thatare wh:
he rudent and sinificant reserve which the Preachers of peace, teachers of light,.
se prudent and significant reserve which the Encircled by arms. in for the fight,
id Confederate authorities prescribe to them- 'Some that are straight, a few that are tighI
a selves in refusing to enter into any engage- Reading. the'bulletin.
in ments with foreign nations not to revive Hearts that are jolly, hearts that are not,
ad :the African slavp trade. Heads that are cool, a few that are hot,
ty Mr. Benjamin says Lamar is well'aware More than-one that: will never be s4ot,.
of how firmly fixed in their Constitution is Reading the buletin.
as the policy of the Confederacy against the Men, "men ho ni.' blocking the way,
en opening of that trade, but.we, he remarks, What ~..ib h bu- a i'ulletin say?
it are informed that false and invidious suM- To lighten the path of a desolate day T
id gestions have been made by the ants of Men. men who are blocking theway,
in the United States at European courts of What doth the wonderful bulletin say?
a "their intention to change their Constita- "Only a battle-a4victory won,
'I tion as soon as peace is restored, and of Nobly, bravely, gallantly done."
de authorizing the. irmortation of slaves Shout the news, *tro'the busy town,
c 1 t S 1f Kr T tocks are up, and gold is down."
d from Africa. f, therefore, Mr Lamar. Shout the nws to th brazen sun,
a should find in his intercourse with the A battle is fought, a victory won.
ve cabinet to which he is accredited that any passe--dalong 'mid-the g .
e i m. .t A h p a s s e d a l o n g m i t e l Uh .n n r i ,) -
.e such impressions ar- entertaine-, he must w,,it an inmost hope and a (erygnason
to ,use every proper effort to remove them, W'ith an inmost hope and a fervent prayer,
y and if an attempt Tfi"ad-e' tb, introduce That every cheer that rent the air,
is into any treaty which he tmay be charged Sent to the sun from the crazy mart.
e with'negotiations, stipulations on the sub-. as aptriot's cheer, from apatiiot's hear
'6 ject just mentioned, he will assume the For another bulletin, that shall abide
y position that the Co istitutioa of the When na uhi no e rbte leride-
-- ., ...... When the heart beats not, nor the pulse con
- 'Confederate States is an agreement made By the rise in stocks or .the fa I in gold.
e between independent States. In other Another bulletin written to-day,
T words no power is delegated tothe Con- Whose Promethean lines shall not decay
., I When the records of time have passed "ivr
it federate Government over this subject. OS hr oeitspure passn of lovea
y In the course of his instructions Mr. How readeth thy bulletinin theKingdom alo
d Benjamin says: "We trust that no un- Journal of (onee
e necessary discussions on this matter will. -------_
i- be introduced, into your negotiations. CITY Or MEXIco,-Tho New Or]
e If, unfortunately, this reliance should Era of the 1st instant publishes in
n. p'ove ill founded, you will decline con- gence from Mexico to the 26th uli
i tinuing negotiations on your side, and showing that the French have made:
d transfer them to us,at home, where' in or no progress in lthcir int.reients na
o such event they could be conducted with Puebla, while the Mexican.< are evervw
s greater facility and advantage under the most enthusiastic in their prepar.tion
e direct supervision of the president." resist the inv.d )rs. All classes rally as
g A nman to the support ot th,- governiten't,
A .COURAGEOUS WOMAN.-I.n the late the ranks of the army are filled to over
t campaign in Connecticut, Miss Anna in, with eager volunteers' The
Dickinson,. of'Philadelphia, render ed the says:
r Union cause some service by speaking in The city of Mexico is .in... rurii:
all thie principal towns One evening defended. All the approaches'are gau
- she spoke at iliddletown. before an:.,n- by the finest artillery and all th app'
Science of ooer two thourtand. The engines qf wai, embodying the adva
- copperliheads endeavored in etery possi- ges of modern science, while the ,
ble way to break up the meeting, turning are commanded by artillerists wh 9
I oft the gas and racing tle cv of "tire," among the best in the world. If
Sringingn bells. &c. When thegas was actually impregnaille, tle eoit cann,,
-, u dd oftLe.,nmn.ved pee arad I tglijn without a bloody and pratrxa
read my bible. I resa-l -'r r'irr-T --bege, ai-d it is believed there are
SDarkness, anud udgingfrqom the, present enough Firench soldiers int Mexico to
display, some of his children a're present eom plish the work.
I read natural history too, I read of a if ,h -ench army success
Screatusre thatloves caves and: dens:and reaching the.ioteriob it willibe in a w<
holes in .he earth,, dank and dark places, position than it now is. T'he count
,and I suppose, from the last fact,, that,'sWarma, Witlh armed bands, whose
some of them are in this hall-copper- light it will be to cut off all sup
heads, I believe they are called." O(i tly trains,
platform behind Miss. Dickinson sat Mr. The most friendly feeling prevails
Jencks of Rhode Island, the Repubicanthe United Statesamong the eire M
S. a" e Popneulationa They understand etlre
ed on Wednesday by an overwheliin. fectly well that the success of'thet
majority. As the annoying bell contin- would create power hostile to their
ued to ring, the seaker turned and said terets, and that bu for the wish to p

Thei ate rejoicin g over te glorious l er would i avie been a war with the U
victory inu o htr Bsster state of zRhode ,t State,"i
Island, and slowing dus respect to the a .
-inan, elected by over two.thousand ma- -GIN. 'FoN FaoNT.-The Committee
jority, who honors us by his, presence the conduct of the war after review;
to-night." The audience, electrified all the -evienirein -egard to the ca
rose to their feet and cheered again 'and /aign of'Gen. emont in Missouri th
again for Rhode Island. The' cries of pign o'e n.m F. ..n Ms i
fire did not disturb the speaker in the, itthGam l ono Genera Frm
least. was eminently characterized by sarte,
'PAYINO THE Taoops -The paymasters ass, ability and the most unquestion
for troops in North and South Carolina ble'loyalty. In the exercise of the l
have been ordered to hold themselves ,in most unlimited power delegated to hii
readiness to repair to their respective eta- there was no evidence ofaony tnderne
tions with mbney for our soldiers in thoso toward treason, or anyl.aiirto to ful
States. All of our troops will soon be paid assert the dignity and power of the go
to the first of March, g80,000,000 being erldinnt bof'which he was .the represent
required for thlt purpose. t. tive. ;
Anew military prison hab been built ':"ThbiPennsylvania Colonization Soc
at St. Louis, large enough tb contain ety expeets to send a colony f pemigran
fifteen hundred prisoners, to Liberia about the lat, of way.






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