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' - ' -I'H.ii.t a. renewed ; Kretlel listened', tarreJuslnir their reqnest t.v ..WnW-W
prf 0f (he Paner I '4 W .? MCMPWflec ur,(! j ne, scale ti wall. , por gtr trem-i . w w
r4 tiiuu kr in pibliliio pper,
to drwici U of Mbdcriptioiv . TIm
prk- will, therefore, be, from th Ttk inaUot,
TI1REK DOLLAKS for Bir month For
iWfmct, BubHtkn will oot U recciv
2.tr loogvr titn. -
iWir T. 1801
The German UerolBt ta Kxclt-
It wu iir tlie'reur lownnU
the el" ol Nviilr, ulihf imw.
trtiugM witii trt( wlilrlcd
wlMrtit by the whifj, and iicrcJ
tltnxili cvrj crevice of a little rad
rule inn nitu Jed Lvivvea Humbert
mid Hot t well, n the frtBiii of the
tltieltj of IUiini. ;; J-
Twa !rarfllvr,drjtreil IJ tlc Utd
wentlitH t tliv kticitcr of Jhii !iuteK
r), were f.rjttinr ltrir lintir
wettriiit-Mi m tlw c"tttrti tf a lieur
It repact f ciiiukrd lieef. Tlietii-
irufctcu areiviHj- in iu irKTeieia
X4 with !? Imd niAaiiiiij: of t th
iMXtlt imi witlwui, and lijncnl
thetn irtilTniofe lt the ctijujuirul , of
. . i . 1 1.. .1 .. . .i
1 he L"LU'J'
Ttie ttt krri-er ati ln' trife had,
f thfir ohIt dcnietiic, a ,voiiii iri
; lUlcn, wumii tlu-jr hnd Kmtijrlif
ny from' cltiidluKid. KreticI, t-r
nek liT name, ra a in
livreif; housekeeper and fimid to.
ini-ircf, cKik in the kitclteii, valet
hs cluuibre to tlio atraj vwftant i
the oiie btrt room, and grwin in the
ub!i$ U hariiv, active, and. pxxl
li u inured !ierman piri falfitleJ4 a!t
lkdik- nualljf ftharvd lT a larre
taUtihiiient of Msrvauta.
Ten oYlovk truck, and the trarel
er Iintri; tinuhed their uj.jer;
urew nuart-r t the Kroul' H'icli had
cIIecTed aronnd the to Fther
lluffliirch, the iniuUter, their ht,
and ute neijjhbtir whu entered Uj
chauce. The cnfertttiwn tnrnetl ot
i he fi'arfwt nd ma r1ernW e veilr of
which the tieiglHiriiig forest had lieeii
the cene, and each one had Ida own
torj to tell, urpaMi the rcat in
horror. FatlteioiTkirch waa hukok
t he --foremost Jn-Terrjfjinjr hw'audi-
nce by the recital of different ad
vcFiurw. nil more or lea tragical.
'ihe worthy father had jut finiUcd j
a horrible story of robber cdSu-
a why. The scene of the lo-,
from the inn tit
lv ; but an ancient 1
... l.l...t !li tiil rt-inuif ii-tl on
ed 011 the
atr ol "looniv vernv, which ''
... i , . . i
4iu dard to qnention.
was, in trmn, iitauo
throughout the province as being, it
a sa.d. the rJiidexvou. of a tria.p
..f banditti, who held there every
niaht their invsteriona meetings.
All the guests were still under 'the
miitience of the terror-which -the
B..ry of Father llutfkirch bud caus-
v-l, when one of the travelers Ueloro
tuenlioned, otleretl to bettwo JucatS
tii at no one. daretl to sat off at that
mouicnt to the fatal spot, ami trace
with cliHrcottl 1 cross 011 the gibbet.
ihe very idea of iuch a proasiiioii
l nmt accepted thtasking bef
... .... . -n. -..-.v.a -..t'l. ....... lima
lie and his gnd wile at tlrst refus
ed, alleging the loiicliuefS 'of the
J'iace, in case of danget ; but tho
rless damsel persisted, aud was at
suffered ,0 depart, 1
lvretiei only requested that, tue
-inn dNr should be kept open until
her return: aud taking-! piece of
that she had really visited the spot.
.li ruuidly walked towards the gib
bet. When close beside it, the sur
tkd, fancying ahe heard " a noise;
however, alter a moment of besita-
: .1... ,.f J . mm t,tr 1 Illtlia. HUflllCKl CWCM.i."K'"i
TV ioiiij silence aiuuivir vuo - ' - ---"--ir- -r ' l 'r-r m - . .. I i. . .
Kuddelirttoi vun- KretfeC: waailulivlnTenr rimoiimod . the stepfc j mile r two round ihe w
q&S tirnj-i of the eartUas strewn w
iltf.Wr near it Waati herr :4.nt the
next rtiOM.Cht utie )H:rCcl ved that the
object of Iter feaf waa faatefied to the
gibbet . itilf.-ie , fMk cxtrage,
darted forward, and traced the cmaa.
At the tame inafant th; rriiorf W 'a
AfUA showed her thathe had been
noticevC' Cjr ai'itioveuieiit 'awiCt' a
j thiMtultt, ahe njiJooted 111 btirve.
:i - At . .. ui. a- k. ft j
tvnyi vn inu Huouie -ana ner .-liaej
lititnin. She waa pursued j but, j
ienuiuug ner sjKfea, aue rcaciieu ,
the barn-yard, called out to theni to
i'lne.lhe i;ate, and fainted away.-
When llnbrave girl retorered, $hc
tuhl her alo'rr. antl wua warintv con-
j tratalatel on her ctumxu and pre-
aeice of iuind., AH admired the
horais which waf striking beauty.
A aitiall leathern vaU waa attach
ed tit thu aaddle ; butxFatlier Huff
kirch w7uld iiot'eutfer itto beopcii
cd,-ckcej i"ii the "precMcVof tiie
. Ootho niormw, which ekt Snti
day, the inn kee.i, hia'wife and hi
KM :! jdl jMiLull Julln-jieiUoririg
towu,wJierethey inteiidtl. alter aer
vrte, tof acquaint the burgomaster
with their liwt .evcninuV id eiitur'.
Krettel, left imIo fuaidiwti the
4m no 1 1 1 4er on ter ret nrn. M any
a jrirl would htie trembled ut bein
left rtti audi a 'situation ; but this
ybuiig scrvant inaid, having watch
ed'tbe part disappear, l'erleily act
a(Mut her household dutiea, aingitig
wuit ...a liiflit ...h.ar.t and n.clvar voice,
Hnie pious Iryjoii which iicr kind
toitrcc had taught her.
An btMir had tcarcely passed by,
when thefoeamty a knock at the out
er door ; it. waa a traveller on horsv
back, Who Hiked leave to rect for a
little while. Krettel at first refus
ed ; but, on the promise, of the cay
atier that he would only breakfast
and depart, bhe agreed .to admit him.
The stranger wished himself to take
his horse to the stable, and remained
a lung time examining and admiring
the ttoblu steed - which had arrived
the previous evening in a manner so
unexpected. While breakfasting, he
asked inauy questions about the innj
audltowner; inquired whofe lion.o
had a tt r acted his a 1 1 eu tioTi so m u ch ;
and, Iff Nfihort, acted' so successfully
that the porgirJ, uuioceiit ol all do
' f late adventure,
,WH ttWU- ,,e . ieam:
j fhuuagun but! 'l" a VMeue euso having commit
; it wa a tradi ' 0,u' linprudencei-forTestran--
10 ner won aiiiuiuar av
teiiiioii, anu seemed to taKc a great
.! Wiii aavliii'
' me n(CMktat was prolonged to us
i utmost ; leiijjth ; .at lust, atter a few
J uuimportaut questions, the travel
desireti the seiYaut e.ri t bring hit
j bottle of wine. Krettel rose
j '- '"'S w-"-f
f"Wd that the stranger had followed
her.drntug round, a! saw
tg''' ' pJbtol handle thr,,ugh his
I . a II ............ art .m .P aa.tif ttStlawl
Vest. Her presence or inina laueu
her not at this critical moment.-
When they reached the font of the
steps, s4e aufltoeniy eximguisueu me
light, and stood up close against the
wall; the man, nitenug imprec-
I iw.iit tl.M tho utM tlMHretona-
r . .
.if tr-" Ji-r. ntid tlien barriended her-
1 - - i i . I I !.
self secure iu an upT chamber,
there to await her matter's arrival.
Krettel had not beep many min
ntfs ensconced in her retreat when
a treah knocking resounded at the
inn dotr, and sue pcrcci veil tnere
- . " " " 4 1 I I
two ill-looking men, woo asked Jier
what had become l Jk traveler who
had been there a hort time beforo.
ancet the.young 'girl Immediate y
ducovered that the person songht
for was the stranger whom slwiiad
locked In Ue cellar; nevertheless,
nigh .deaertiag-bar, f..rafie knewi
they could easily Htc.inpliHlt th-Jr'J
project byt nieurti -6T m iron bar
fixed to the1 wlridoVii f the" lower
atiiUjr v In "thla ' perpleilty ' Krettel
looked at-onhd her and her eye fell
ODori A iuiiskef.w!ncli lion? from the
waf I,' k Vej'ic of kef aiaster'i younger J
anyfcvJ-'' JkeiwUHiMKi pointing
the tnnxzleoat fjthenoWf cried
iot that aha ytild tire mir the first
man who atteniptedjtVascend.",. Tlie.
two" robbers (or snch tlieywere
could no longer be doubtctl struck
dumb at the sight of fire-arms where,
expecting n resistance, tlrey had
brought no weajntit and confound
ed by luch intrepidity, went away
bttcring the mom fearful menaces,
and vowing to return in greater
force. In spito of her terror, our
heroine remained firm at her pat.
An lKnr pawed away in. this critical
Invitivii ltOt IIIO KIM irci Wl V W
,er master anl Itis friends coming in
At last the girj perceived
siifiii.-accomunoieu ot me oiiro
taWsudiL offiJra. - " -
llie brave Krettel rnsh To the
door, and her fear a.mmnting alnmst j
xj tlTo li veliest I
jo To the wonder and admiration I
tfVlK: -she related whariTHtrpe
oii her the wanne-t praise for lior
heroic cooduet. The otneers went
in search of the robber whom Kret
jell liud imprisoned witii ro much
addreoa aitd presence of mind. Af
ter a sharp lesi.stattee, he. was bound
and secured, nd iHm-fter recg
nixed a the cliiof of kband of rob
bers who had for some time ''spread
terror over the country. Jlis men,
wandering aWnt 'witltont a cajHain
li.. ... YL a-.,
were quicaiy eunor laacu r uib-
? . . 1 -t
The bur,nmaster decided
:i . .i 1 1 if... .1.-S..1.
ilia, uiu iioibc, mm ihiim, iiiy",
..t.-.;..,i - .Lt .....!.., rtr ..J.i
v'i was is v sci' w " "
pieces, should be given to young
Krettel, whose courage had so pow
erfullr contributed to rid the coun
try of bandits who had infested
for so long a'tiuie.
Hie Abingdon Virgin11 Nf Fri
Te-were entertained a few even
inirs asro witn an interesrtm; narra-
tiVeoftha statu of affairs in Knox-
-:ii- 1.- .
w latVsj J J aa v va j iuivii isivus kvohv
who had f.Pon thr frn the
time of its occupation by the Feder -
. . 1 1. . -. 1 .. 1. . j
atarmy unui aooui inree weeas io,
when he watched his opputuiiity
and si 1 nued out between- iie iiek
ets. lie says the character of T
I I ...4 a.lta.n st.M. Lo . w2
era 1 ruiw auu punt; mvio v'J
well cured the linion ineii t then
Unionism, and has nioru firmly , 0j,prwu,ii the ciiif -os of ilat Mtk.ii ar
and resolutely deternuned Southern I ubj ctfd to. And aftrr reading, if time
men to liirht tlitin to- the" bit- be anv otif who wUhesiu'U rrtore.l to
ter fend to throw all the weight of
their services and influence in the, 4 giveu.Jiire pa4a- ahMigtuu
scale of Southern independence: i out delay. Here ia the de4miil?
When, he left aboat the-10tlifT " soiiciu. -
January there was a vast deal of;..' I'mvoat Marshal's Office,
ickness in ' the citv, besides some
350 Cases of small pox. We have
heard from another source, that . they
t oury uie uw iu m jo" ",,v
Our inrorniant says there were
not less thail-lOii ihind -horaea
. - '
f - uostnif eareasse
. l. I. .... I . auti at ltl...TVll
i.uuau wuuii v uvmi
will reinemler, that tficre were
many beautiful ornamental tree
and in the grounds of private residences-
All these have 'been cut
tdowu, eitlier iu Wiiutouness or for
- iueu auu-ik. w v-o."
t-W . a I. . . aaa ak . a a.al. . . I
Even those in the Asylnm grounds.
and in that vieinity, have all beeu
felled and consttmoL--- '
zens, is the most despotic ever heard
of in a civilixed and CUristiau couu
try.Xbey HMt - not allowed to fol
low their occupallonaj or to sell or
h'J"1 ,'lc,Vw,"ru a,,;w,n.
.avo been atarvud Into oMiipHsnce.
Tho rations U-ued,' are one hufd
cracker per day, and a litlM leaim,. y9 Weu against if What do
blue. s1riMr" beef. This beef ia driv
eii from kentiicky. ud n no forage
can be' bad ft;om Cuuiber!andj Gap
to Kjioxrillea distance of C2 mik-,
tl.u oAttti.- utriflarllv become about!
. - : im., ' wh.. trli.i1!
and many oftbem die by tho way
from rat.gne ana survat.on :
Our informant also aays that there
aara mat mere
iti ; searely - pnnuel t4 fetico- r a
frame onl-hoiiid left lu the city, all
having been used" fr fuelT while all
the churchea and hotels aa well as
stores, and residence, liave, .been
cimverted into hospitals. Many of
the citixens have been eomjwIJeJ to
crowd," tbetTiselves arid their effects
Tufiliie'Owo"rVHiiis, while the
balance of their large and, com-
. . ' a
i 'hwisioii ia appropriated to
" .1 . " 1 n 1
- Toe whole c un try . Tound a well J
" d ;MO"
to Iudon-a distance of ZO miles
freely ad or farinmg
tields. The beautiiul aud fertile es
tate of the Messrs. tnort"ywf.'t
the finest in East Teniieswe, is as
bare of provenderj lis the Great
Sahara, and th.e geutleineii them
s1isvev forcedlo the ratleffifie"fcf
drawiiig Yankee ration or starving.
'flri Ui a dishearteuing i picture
trnlv. aad we irive it for the benefit
of llrnse who may think, that Yan-
i ke exact toils are not raucli
Ini.i.riu.ifu than t winretii
mum. ijri nj wiuo
, , . e .. :il .,A
that what is trud of Kiioxville and
the adjacent country now, will be
true of every inch of our country
upon which the vandal is permitted
' . , -iiui.
t to plant iHS'Ioot. Aro we wming
t'to'eiolure"-1 Ids, or even to rehiir"at
! h'otue in comparative comfort HiiIe
to manv of our friends aud fellow
ronntrvmen are eiidnrinjr itf We
called npon 10 iaae up wiun u
. k ft . . ... t . . V .
1 dt'fend our tamilies ana liomesra
I well as our couuty aud our rights;
amHfhe man .who filttrks tmV duty I
i w," m.,u-v P'-m -t ueacr.
.a s . . . . . . Ia '. d.H..ttM.n
just such treatment as ne wtu oe
i . a 1 t t v - - ----- - at
' rect ve ?h .h Vvr
! i,,to l,ie c
veils of Lincoln's anaconda
Enter Kprth Curotina.iA gentle-
. j 11 I : . ..M I .. .
. iiinu lOMH Oeluw naa iuriiuncM u- -
!!!: .U'ihe Ibtlrigtr -i)ot.fr.leraie trth a handbilt
L-r Of fre.1-. Yaakw -1'ruvort- MarsliaPa
i.aa pretty Xotiw.'' at Wahinglo, which we eopy
: - Xoliew. at WaslmiifUMi
' k-i.. it i.iit lm Kt.vn ahat umniiv and
! Lincoln (irnmfnt, w hop he will U
XWhingina, S. CnJlaa. 18, 184
; xhe attention of the I'rvvoni Manial
;; XM beu called to the fact, that uiauv per
sous are imK
il'nitwi Sniri-. forces, who"bve wot taken
t V .rgn.u anu .
The term, of tli o.der ruireah MI
pwtaiMri ur privilege, have any Miyney
paid tlieu. alio l aae bbo
Miibe to the Oath and Tarole. Notice
therefore ijiven to ALL TEUTONS of the
veara of dUcrrtiou, MALE AND FE
MALE, that one week'a lima from this
date will bealtow-d for the purpose of
Uking the t)ath and Tarol.
X J. UOSKISHOS,
Csplaia and lroyot Matsbal.
A touer.--Th largest locoinoUve ta
the United States, if oot in tie world, bis
just been built tor the Philadelphia and
heading Bailroad Company. It has 12
driving wheels aad weighs mors.tbaa
100,000 ponads. ', . v
"... . ' : ' . - JV
UwuvtaiKMi ealled. Ilia Milion CLroni-
Ui4 follewing "articlj oti tlj qU-,
-f v Coavtmoa-The prepwriiion of V
gUw Conv.atioa, as iprn.g ty the Sua-'
k pro po,,, .b9i,nIf. 0f base
in-la.if Mlnr.' Ukn .
w vast . wilb a Oonf ntion f Tlis SUn-1
dsrd says toauks mfHi lions of ptMce !
bat we war th pvopla id tho, (bat lbs;
object 41-sotnethfrtj' awe it to' steed
from- thv Sevfbera Coofedwacy sod co
lack ta'thm'tiUl mtkrV' V T.inU.i-.
- tJ' :eiW dUgu.
" . ' J i"VPttu
luey arv nrpparfd '
. - .t 1 .. r . -
w eoTrrjutaniMives wun tuam and tara
roj. Tlia blood of Carolina on a thousand'
battl tfelds criss bat against iL And if
ws sra'Mxa instead of roilk livtrvd. trai
tors, ws il oppose it to the death.
It Js.th lagubrioos criss or oeaoe
wba tiieni'is uo peaccibes calk for a
t'aaavtntiva, logei txraoa" tbtse demon -
trations of division, dissection and diant-
Mactioa with tlie bovernment, tbat pro
long tl arar., Tlwy oervs lb anosoflha .
enemy ipspira bioi wiih bops of success.
a 'a . a 1 . . .
anu leviiv nira 10 noil po and Bgbt tbs
wariier.iiiia aiiinai wscouw accorn
pliab by -sanding Commissionera- to pros
traU themselves at lbs noballowed bet of
uaeola and with pallid hps and blanched.
cheeks beg bun for peace I And this too '
in thelateof the faet that he" has lime
and again proclaimed to us bis oclr ierma-
of ? peace terms as deirradini? as th
art tyrannical and destractivs of tbs pro
perty of tb South aud oppressive to free-
men. - IX a man comes to your honte to
whip you and male yon do bis bidding, .
and while fighting you tells yon tbat do
thing but submitting to bis behests acd
giving npa certain piece ofproperty trans-;
miUed . to you, by, your fathf re, wouldn't
ju know on what tents yon could get
peace, witnoat asking Lim to let you send
a friend to biia to plead for peace f Be-T
sides, would he not think that vou were
I whipped aud ready to give op f Would
Kl . ..!.. L-.J I t a
u uvt ugu. tun uaruer ana longer I' "
Wouldybe not insist on. bis terms of peace'
ths stronger I Common sense says be
THE ARIIY OFTENNESSEE. .
"4corren4enif ue (Qa.)
7m, dating at Dalton, Jan. 20th, writes an
encouraging letter concerning tho Array of
Tennessee. lie says:
The eoftditkm and numbers of the Army
of Tcnnewee, since I last Wrote you, have
improyed daily aud rapidly ; and if the re
cent enactments. 0f Congress are rigidly en
forced, and the people aroused iotlredsn
gers threatening the succesaess of this mighty
contest for civil and religious liberty, the
budding spring, will witness an army mar
shalled and ready to meet the invader, suffi
cient in number and spirit to drive back the
tide of invasion which promised, a few weeks
since, to desolate our beloved State, What
ever niay be the public opinions as to the
justice of the aitti-substituU: bill, no one c
uuiuuted with its beneficial effect upon the
soldiers iu actual svrviee, can trains v the tro-
prt;ty, it riot the absolute need, oisuch a law.
The hnt and most uoportaut result Or its re
peal was tiie vhatige visible in the tone and
temper ot those who, for three years, have
tiiaufuiiy breasted the storm of war in this de
partment, and from inability or an honorable
determination not to avail themselves of its
advantage, have suffered hunger, pain and
perfl. wlalsi their mure fortunate 01 -less pa
triooe neighbors, have enjoyed OTcercomfort"
and safety. ' Men bad become morose, and
uielantihoh forebodings of disaster and de
feat filled the minds of all. A pall of deypair
settled upon us, enveloping officers and men
in the cheerless folds ; but, as a rsy of light,
athwart the midnight darkness, came the re
peal tSubatilubon died and hope revived ;
and now, to-day, no army on this continent
stands itkot .cheerful, bopeiLA-defiaot be-
fore, the f Jw?S
' A JiuttU-tcurfd Zlrro. General Jame
lL Laae aged twenty-eight yearx. volnn-
... a, ... -.. I . I
aitKI ' waa .conimissioaeu v.oioiio.v
September 21st, : I88t. ' He w.t cundel
at the battles of Fraxief a Farm and Cold
liaibor , was ia the battles of Big bethel,
llaaover Courthouse, Mecbanicsville, CoM
Uarbor, Fraiier'a Farm, Melvem Hill. V."
dsr Raa, Warreatoa Spring Mnns4s
J unction, .Manasaaa, Jttains Ox llill. ll.ir
per's Ferry, Shaipaburg and Sliepard
town. He took toinamuj of tbi lUigad-i
after tho fall of Geo. Branch, and for hi
good discipHae, gallantry aud , soldier-like
coadact through all ths campaigns, be
wss promoted to the command of the Br
gads, November 1st, lfSlpwitb the rsttk
of Brigadier Qeaeral.