hatred of tyranny and loyalty to the South and its institutions, when the opportunity offers.
Lincoln and his miscreant crew will soon secure for themselves the "hospitable graves" now preparing for them, if they can do it.
Besides the two companies above mentioned, now in service and fully equipped, another company, (an Artillery,) has been organized, and will soon be ready for active duty, and in addition to the militia, a company called the "Home Guard," having for its Captain, Thos. H. Wilcox, Esq., is ready for active duty when necessity requires.
This latter body composes boys beneath the age for military service, and those in the sere and yellow loaf of life.
Our citizens then of all ages hate Lincoln and his assisting devils, and are resolutely determined to sink or swith in support of their rights and liberties, and should the programme of invasion carry his barbaric in lo des within our borders, we mean in sober earnestness to do all we possibly can to make your invi