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Saturil'y Morning, August 18, 186C.
: T. P. Suot, Esq., is the
sole agent for this paper in Charleqton
rj- Mr. JAs. 1T. Smrn, formerly
of this pllace, but now residi!g in
Charlotte, N. C. is our authorized
agent for the N.Ws.
M-r. SMITH can be found at the
Tho attention of the Ladies i-A a-iked
to the notice of' Ihe Auction Sale at 5
o'clock this aflI-rnoon..
We repuhli4lh thiz tiorting the spirit
ed and graphic p:>-il of "WANDI:n."
: lhe p1rev,iov u publicat ion the e1wrest,
Of thw narrative was tmuch ipaired by
se'veral ty pograiph . 'ica rrr.
Thins Covention teriniated a ha
1101owou.ession anld a1djourn-Ied siinedie
oI T1rsday. The two Iir;t days
seciml to have b.i'e: eelnUled ink or
tranization andA Thursday devoted to
the Imlain busins befTre the Conlven
tion. Our readers will ICAl with the
greatest iters't't thle melagrec:-t,
which we puobli Ah to-tl lv of the td
dress preented before this body-em
bracing a declarationl of t1:: prinleiples
upol which thi grea- t party is vrga-n.
izid .11-l v..' -,A :h they (ill enter
ilp ,I the.) u l i"Ir Somth1ern-1 ri.,Ilts.
tm-Iboe Trevir'le", so brie !!y
stad h.r- a!yonle thia-t hafs not
blen it -rei-ated by the
S uthi i:t - Ihe it it acknwieged'suh..
juga ;t in ol be comlpli hie. dIfVet
and Jhat o.e i. the specile declara.
tiol if oa oblilon ol n tlie County,
to th iir -t l 'nica anm) h
widow: ail 0h:um. J!would eer
tainly fhav pnl'fd l arhly upol
had 1,eeil let F::r fut I e l sative 11
tion ; hat to:- all ;lT:wtical ""mrpnes it
moon beam. It is a well recognized
duty of ill Governmelt to provide
for its defenders, and in making sub
mission to ihe power of tLe Unitn iand
in the Str-Iqy!c we are now n.king for
the enjoyment of our legitimate fune
tions under the Union, it Iiay be
claimed that we i) ) fact-> concede our
joint liability and obligation in this
particular. It may be a trying 110
cessity, but it enms in the t-rain of
defeat Ind disanster and the situation
we have long Since rofessecd to accePpt
in good faith. The address wai unan
Davis in Prison.
The editor of the Abbeville BaInnr
says the c'arolinian, has beei permil
.ted by ai kind friend to make~ the fol
lowing extracts from a lettecr hat ely re
ceived, wicht gives some-C true uan ini
terest ing information concerning the
President of the late Confederate
Thue letter which was; written withI
out any idea of publication, is; in thle
familiar style of a friend deeply im
pressed with, the truth oft, the suIb
ject of which she writes, imparting in
almost every sentence a sense of that
deep and fervid attachment which all
the women, and most oif the men, of
the late Confederate States feel f'or
the illustrious captive:
But to the extracts:
"My friend, Mrs. B. (Mr. D)avis'
niece) wrote mec shte wats goinIg to For..
tress Monroe, and1( inlvited ime to join
her. Not receiving her letter inl t ime
to meet her, we followed her to For
tress Monroe, and aufter some little
diplomney, got permission to enter,'
an pn.the day (the 4th July.) We
hand the halppiness of Peeing, litstening
to' and( ' dining wvithi our i lustriouis
Presidenut-illustrious by h is iisfor
tunies, his talenti,, his high positionl and
hlis manny virtuos, .which shine muore
resplendent in this his day of gloom.
Dr. Cooper (like Dr. Cra.ven) isen
thiuslaatte in his praihe of :him, says
* that is impossible to:ntrap himl into
'ord of bitterness or inspationee
dn 1h1s enemIY wA him
nity , h
frot his lovk-up to the ceromat
-here him wife livcs, th toirse amc
b'y,v by his side, h.is enaout fi
anid tottering siop tellIh -th tae o
hardships and ill teat-& . Preoent.
ly we followed hini,- and n oot one.6f u
but ki.-sed the emaciated hand's whi-A
bi ht Id out to welcome us, wetting
them with our tears. ie tams cheer.
fully, but Arith difficulty, his voice iF
so weak,and every hone'they give hi'O
a teatpoonfatl of brandy, and ho ' .
down often to rest his back.
fr -old understand th 'temptatior
to Dr. Craviiii to set dowii hisc.-nversa
tion,.":o wonderful is it, so pointed, s<
S01rolill anild so forcile, everv sentenci
so concent rated as to svem 11hea very es,
seice of wisdom. I folud out throngl
Mrs. B;' anl Da. Cooper, his opinion o
Dr. Craven's bhook ; it is not reliable.
-"lP saYs he is often iisrepreselnLet
aind ofttner mistindorstood. not. that h<
thinks I)r Ciave-n would falsify wilfill.%,
hmit Col. llalpin who w%role tie hook
for Craven, has"gnirbled tl converation
to suit. hii ownl views and wi-hes. ''ol.
1H:pill was oni (tnoral litter's stal'
hie' he makes Mr. Davis "mltv of tIhe
iie)lsista nev of s:ayn, "Ill"hter wv.'i
his mllodel ol'n soldi'r.' WII(rea, Mr.
Davi. said inl our p1r!st-n1c.', '1111nnie is
simply a rite.' In our e:riv day.s we
W(Ire IIi as11V o 1",41ciated, Itnd I 1t0hu.11
im) v l.civil lon', tholu1gh n (m1I.atic, but
I is oint irely aliniged s1ice wi bn
"WhHil .Mr. Davis ret.!ed w were
Inaken to s be his :! nart n it inil Carr'oll
lall, which is prev selv like the apart.
mnts oreni(l-1 y lionsand to igers ill a
m0I'Maier'ie. Tho b1)(k is clsed and
I hree sides tf irim hars, aid great. pid.
I cks. r134e tiws hars thre ganb
W;!, gzinlg at himl), waling, sling,
wash ,I dreissing , It (.*it)I44 ( ll.aill
t(P protlect him. A\t 9 o'clovk A. .. h,,
is l-t out, nitd at sitiset. theS trumiper
Iii, his gitard app(-nrs, and It' is
lck( inl Ils VA.1. A bri-h. light.
frmn two limps, liazes in his' faice,
which. with fil- challenghiiof the pam!
r b.., thoec:11 .blb'11giig of the sentiiels
L'\erY L\ , aours, effiectwilly keep him
Iw'k'. IIl waiks out on the rallpar1-Is
Irom 5 t- 6 P. M., M.r . D.%%is and .lrz.
11. S1port ing hi m. han the signial
fo4i fr -tho Iock-iip and the
11.4ni app1ars, 1-arw,he say.i never at wOI.
huil tlurns from his companionsewith a
lik of so nlehI ngnly, mingled with
1irt l', i..i henl't, rending to Witiness.
h: nIl, d say grace.-tianking God for
All his nirci,s
Surpriso is ofien expre-,vd that lie
ihoisii.i ofteiiiirants Landed ina New
York arv so soon absorbed and lost to
szigIht inl the !r--at. mass of popiulatimi.
They sta'1m searcl*elv to to.wh1 the soil
hefipre mo,st (if them iare converted iiiio
Americn l izoins, 1-sig t iieir indentity.
Bit ob'iarveris ol the chi(-f routes of
'ravd'l sev more distintIly what becomis
of Own. The Nill-imkI'1 News says:
Tlrnly a week passes witholt reeing
luiidred.s of thwse Eu'mropenn ypasant
lan41-1d in 1 r t.r'et-ts, 0r passing 11hr-ollghli
Him- it ' ite hie way to the lan ofprom.
ise-he girat. WVest. Alho-st every im.
linIl of liori bE' i Eropi,s rre411senled.
irgffe iuitri of hardy Norwegians
ev'' n1rri vedt duiin'ig thlie season44, seelkinlg
a nore0 hospitabl. - land, anid one0 ini widehl
n.nnrtie repayi s w'4ith a more libera'4l hand
the toil!s of lie la b)orerI.
lo(wn, N 'braska, Mlin nestan am144 thle
1444r,bIwet'e(rIin nad western porrliin of 'oar
Si n 34, receiv e maost of' Ithe emaigranuts at
presen lt. Th'Iey se'ek out Ite ghovernmenit14
h:ind1., bulihil lo4g-ihoues uponlI t hemi nil
soon1 have4'4 homesii of the'ir' own. Foi
somei' jt i the P .ttlement'iis of Germians,
'Irish. Norwegianls, plrese'nt lhe ('ba4rine
ter.isitics (If haltn ets iandtilla Itransplort;
ed fr'om the old world and pla nted or
tihe prairies and woodls of the new.
After,.a while, haowev'er, they b'c'om.
,IacuitedI with the language, mnannleri
sand customs of the counttry4, and so be
COmaiE -natur'aliz.ed end AmPiiriennuized,
TIhey formi at the presen'. time, perhapt
lie miost imniportan41t cltass o4f Americiar
citizenlS. They'' fel forests, build raialwniy
aniad turnpikes, plo~w, plant11 nnd( reap,, aiC
sendl over ..0 rail wiys an 1d eninals a gren
piorti4on oh' he vast prodnieie of t.he ' far
.ile soil. Ench year Ian airmy1 of the de
sceidndants of Ite anwi'nt Gothus, as ge
as that wich laid R i. e in 'ishit., visin~
our shores, and1( thla in'1 u'lels wh
compoilisei it bec'(omle pe'iaeabli', quiet imn
wvell.ordere'd cIIi'zens. Everv F'rantk 190
furiousi fitin, w ho,: ht timss p4ast in fi~f
shanuted undier dpjiphoitr,'os .'a-anopi
here pelant side hv sble atid livb. i penuf
Mr. Bonnet' .ptid'*85,000O 1nr:.t4
ever naiMM6 n'ifdhn'Idiflu %- .4
Rf:mrON 'BoTir SmDni .'0 THE -
}ITray.is atn.ljl tand rie ov'1g,
I . "e.k his enie," ando 1110 lihree of
11is Hd6 I trikitng'v illt,r0-dof thr,
ep II tW Ahke in Great-Britle a nd
-Li tied States. In thp fnm4
I .Ountq thi exists an arip4tec thW
Igost welyiv and illfillental in Ettop). m4
which suivS to control the pef,ple Irr*e ut
spieclive of tiny poimbir initeroistp,' hived Ilk,
Iesa of any trrgmlevits .9 ve u.hose Which
.4Teo1.; i(<vn prosperity *Or Wasten-sp. lui
IBut thle. p ple .haive a t last gl ownla*ry tic
of this .ot: ost()f things. and the great at
qie-stion t< reform, which for inany eirs ti
ha beein t e political shnttlecoc.k w ith au
which 1p1n1ic mlen halve Amused31 them Ie
selves, has ulw become tile test issue af' di
the daY, t h isstie on which Goveriinment.4 e
will stai r fall, tle nenstre oil which
the people ire determined.
In onr ountry, also. we hnve in tlis
vear of om Laord, 1860, nn nristecrnev IC
ntt'of hirtl like that of Eiglanid, not.t oi
talent, aId (irtih, a shold be the case
in a r'pt olie, but of mere political
cha nc. This anri.itecriey is noilinally *
tile enetv ol oppressiwi ail the frietI it
q)f thIe p iq e ; bill. it i'- in) reality deCSpo1
tiim itsieIf-antd, what rendrs it. till the *
more dagerons-despotist in di-guie; h
atd its prile is teat most. pericis to ed
ImIankind at:l reviol,ting to eaven, .te. a'
pri!e whiel pe humility." Cc
The only difference htween the old ll
ristoiernvy of E.ghlid And th. nI.%V sa
rgime o)f Ateriea, i. tlhat tle forter itt
is feidal, and the hitter rndicaii-one i
dates fren William the Conqiirer anid n
I he olher from Juli Brown-ht, how- in,
vver ilike in name or date, tihey as.
similate eloly in their nattre. Both '
desir pmw,r at ali bzir;ls, mi l eiT her ct
vnres a rtt.-light ot the pleople.-Ar:ati
Ex Pasit.: DNT D) iv s.-There sieems Fi
l e stn- fomditien f(or lie rum ,r
ihat. Jeffersni D,ivis is either to it- dt
speivdil tril or to be iicowlitionallY gt
tivleasetd. Pre-ident Jolsoni i it a i
verv tiiral indlitiaion at the gross it,
imeitr in which Ithle has4 beciUn deceived te
by t-hose who) al m him t ahat Ihwre S
was positive evidimnce conneeiing Mr. fi,
Davis vith tle- assnsinafion of Mr.
Liiicoln. How signally all attenot, to i
estphii.h Atnehl n cotitnection have failed t
is well known to the public.
A nimbuitr' correspondent, montions n
the suggestivefact that more than sev
ent iighits of tle sliin in the PrusiIn
aries wert married men. Youn1g mn
coutitry ; it those who) had ramihe 'i
were compellevd to remiitt, id a the *I
conscrnptii laws are Sweepitig. aht] no
s.im-t ties tllowed, ilthese were force r:
into the army.t8
Prentie .y that C-oiiel For ney
atid all hii imunrous relitives have been ,U
livig upon tit poablic bread and botter e
unit.il Ole smell of bread al htettr i is a
exhal-d -to strotigly from every poire of e
their bolits s to be perceptihIli ten i
yaris off, p-t tle 0o4onel has tlie impti. (
deice to talk taultinglY nbot. 1 he
"irai and Itt er paiii *y. " ThIe powier
of i;ctJtidence is indt-4-d aImtazing".
Tl't HE.ART 1\ TiIF, RIOIIT PL.Ac.- B3
Two brthirs, soldiers from thi di.tictric' I.1
Iand ttcrried men, fell at their post of j,
duty in te Inte war. Their 'ives dI i .
little clihlren saw eiforeo them very
vlbmny prospectl. S.nee thv war, how%
(ever, two old bneelor brothters oif liea
hiereie deensed hatve. sieritied the
chiiams of "sintghe hh-ssdnee," t o a
c.ense of dletv' antd mactrriied thIe ilows.
TIc t.he place' of' cff-rinlg an teilci-piedeti
ey there is tiow fiood, and) proteer itn antd
('cnteitmenl t. These1. truee.hea rtedl obh1
Ielu,wc say, it waes eour duty t.o take care' 0
or thu famieijese of our pouor brothers, tand
wei knew no be)let ter way of so iloiing.
riftiso to onike an except ioti of sneh a r
eas' etd declaire t hese mairriiigea vald.
Th'IeiXit txamli is wIort hy of all comren. f'tiI
dlat ion atnd imitation.-Darlington Sousth- I
No SrAstPs ON RieCiP.'s OF MONEY
Won OntARiTABL.E INsTITUTtoNS'-The
follo-incg itot e explains itself';
\V ASH INOTON, August. 3, 1866
Sia: (reply boyour leuler sif thei 30th1
uIltimlo, that.a receipt retndered for mtoney
r'civied for charitabh, 'objects does tot
'equire aat p ,if 1,b"ro is no palymt,
, k):0MAs HlAnt.ANI), v
Ti Dehpu*ty Commissioner. :
Tu ti(J0:AB. MnENUihfENT.-CHteA.
Oh. 11.l..q Angit. 10.-The commit tee
iif Mranj mnh'S*' A the corner slonle of
the Dcon astie Mntnit Annnutnes that
the eerb undert ivHl hike linee -Qon thie
i hiof' eptAbher, Sicretn ry Se ward
buti tel raihied tiet the Preiisdentid 6
Otbhitet -il h# podselto . .t .
?M) INtr dinnniljed 'peteotie are a
b The . a tiutn wil t@e|iefiedt):O4ti
'oyk,, of -a qitarer million. of,dol)ars,
ndil the pure,hase to uld Bay 'Linb of
he teer'.GeQ. toy. The 010.Bay
Ji is Tiiw 'in pos ion of the *aluable
ailtiinore and Norfo ties.
Interesting m Mexeo.
NEW YoRI, Augu d.Tha Ierald''
"ity of Nlexico corre. dence says fifleol
:itizen4 have been are d, charged with a
,onspiricy to abduct imilli and hold
iin uintil lie consnted bdicate.
The antai Annwt 0 o conspiramy is
miW to be formilible, racing the Irish
Bishop of Mexieo and wt proiaiiit per,
The new ninisiry is s1a to be very up
popilar with the native M'cans.
Ai insurrew-ion teeent took place in
Vera Cruz,.,and fve huwIr6,Atsriains who
were gont to quell it, with 1perial officers,
Touo-sto. A ugust 10 -Spial despatch
ays lthotilthund voltiteers"teit to Fort
L1-ii to watch the Fenianis, aart becaio
insubordiniale. smoi reftfst-,, to 4ey orders.
InideqiiIe pary aind bad treatmitt was the
Three G41aboats had arrirci at Toronto,
riid others were expecteil.
Nrw Yom. Atigus-it 16--livanti. dates
of the 12th has been received per seamer
Coilmbia. All vessels am'riving there from
Amwrican pirts Are qutarllntined 20 ,laya
owing to cholira. The CaNptain General'i-as
ordered till crininals or notorionrly lid
Chairaeters who have been twice or morc itn
prison to be transpited to' the IshI-l of
-erailndo Po. It is rporle<l lie is so dis
1411-ted wili "ibaln al-l.ii's as4 to) 1em11lor his
I-re i )t . M1iAn-u ; very d Jil inl ll.ry l.u .
U. S Exelainge 2 dAM iisc .ui.
Fire ill New York.
New Yoitin, Atiw.i 1(; -Fire occirre-l
this mllorling conlsuniing Ileg.'miki's 4Irug;
Str1. On l1ro1i-0114W y. L 1ss D9 ).I I). It r .
olrF & L4 11:14 , si r p!te ni l '-i-i
& Co I., i I dell eri, also stfre.1 t.
lieatmot 1t .1.,5.4)00.
s.. ilolera lt'p iris.
Nrw Yontc. Aiigisil16 --E-levn enipA ani,l
six datlis from choler- r-portv-I to tay
Elevev awt And 4-en lde-114 ill rklyn.
In ('iliti ,m ho1 1 /)<1,rch says there
were 78 tlath, from c!ioler:i yestcrd-ay inl
Theri vere 20 niw ens'-s of cholera in
P11R'dll1ia anl -ix di.at lim In dfly.
in %mTd lo1rd4 fit' IentI amininco
SvIn cases or c1oeli'-16r. 1 ire nave also
been toi c,S,.q aion the I1o4 at CIp
New York 3aarli,
N1w Yonic, Auigitst 16.-Gold $1.50 -
CIl oit nte i vo. full piiesI L.5:00 ha0s ru 31
01 1b. Florti f sinner fir Sithern1 ; alsof
Rt harrnis i 0 9S 915. 25. Whcatr 3
"-rO fer ('01rn leiini lowecr. 1 rk hian- -
0.250 htare s, Me-s $32.62. Lard lincliaiig.
-A N l'fxo TIN" Seist. \ (, . iu
-,-.3 'ri:3n ''n a railrl leb II:,(1 3' t
w i riu ini.ig -t it i s1p1 ,., I1.
"ItUr:11er saw an th- t rack n stil Ii chill.
IIeinneditey hia-ddown 11'
br.k -s n1:1, r v r d i.o ; . t tll.l
m3inenI w mot iter of t.e? ehild vnw-rg.
fromi a hos 1 at tH ill. of the. t rackt
1xpectmg to S (h It-r hLlim, -li 1'
gote. iii Thei i0- i of thri trains wais gradi.
itilly .Ilnekened.i, but Ih i'. 1 .31 t1* .,:
".i.i fiew yards, andu it see'-d~i imp'
bild, whoii seieed (~3I nted ti I i. I 330
311( iannd ii o n u empt to moIve fromt
he*3135t;(?310 ppoc il:daner. The(3 etigitt
went 3 on aid iun ; Ii. hecow--enileh*er st ruck
heo chih1( anad kt.oi:ked it ttcross i th rnek,
it iihe m.Iiini'n. m,:i of ii, - train3 w as'
iiaom 3:ortered j3-t is theo whIef.l. of tho
utiu. A few incheiis fntit lhe' nti j.W33
13oi hier eutght tih child iti hia-~g1' n
ilo-i shi- fimtd it wats .n-ill-i
'41mpii at i vel unhtul rt, he-r miotheiir's l.
ngt of joy we.re too great and 5,he sei,fl
'I entiare!y itway. TIhti combl ietor tIsaa
miii lhe ne*ver expirhi.n-d so exc,itin.
5cenet. --Wheeing~ jgi c
C03NFEDNIt:ATM DIEA D AT A'Prow'.
oxCrT I[oUSi.'-We..Vi I'nrm fromi the
't orsbutirg hlee.c thlit the Iladios o3f titn
iRlig of A pipomahttox Cant JIouise,
nId rthe adijoininlg conmutrv, hanve formied
NIlemiorial Assoui t ion 'wit hit h le ob'y4
f ha vig- tihe re*mnitn of thIei Co .
e soliers at thnt. p,inee' properly ed,i
a. w enit elosture.
Dntch GAp Catn.ul it tO o e eepenett
r thei accotrmtodation. of river boat..
lFranico is p)tepar?ng to r 'eeiv, thei r
*mo of ithe Dike de' Rt.ichistadct-N,.
sby is a fool tohe. like sim 33nna
le it gnellt t? JBecause is wakes
rN hmad therj.
PM&AitLPHA, August 16.-Convention
at 10 o'clock. Wigwam crowded to
Dust capaolty. Half of the audience are
Senator Cowan. from Committee on Reso
ions and Address, prevented the deblira
'n of prirciples. which was unanimously
d enthusiaiically adopted. It stales
rit the varijiust closed has maintained the
thority of ilhe Constiulion, n1- has pre
rved the Uuioi with the equal rights,
tnity and aithority of all fihe States per
It and unimpaired; tlit representation
Congress and in the Electoral Colleges is
a right abiding in, and a duty ingpo'sed
on every Sate, anl that neither Congress
r the General Government have any au
orily or power to deny the right to any
ate; that Congress has no right over the
vlivo franchise. but that right belongs
elusively to each St ale ; that no t ate hIas
L- right to withdraw from tile Unien ; that
all ConstitIution1al ameidiments all States
vo a right to vote ; that lavery is abolish
t and forever prohibited i ha! the nation
debt is sacred and inviolable. and tihe
4nfederate debt invalid : recognizes pay.
mit for services of Federal soldiers nnd
Hors, and tle debut duo by the nation to
em And llheir willows and orphans. and
dorses Preident Johnson for his steud.
si de4.1VioU 1o 11he Co11sitit,1io, laws and
terests of the Country.
Tie Address was prepared 'y t aymond, of
w York. and was rewd by44at getleIIlan,
d uilannimouily adopte*d by' the Coliveli.
The niationl Connlteps; Executive and
nallcial Were announe'ed.
Senator Dooliile i-aid in his opening ad
O.s, that tle Convention "Was olle or Ihe
entest events of the lay. It was t,he thrst
itional Conienion in six yeal .s, and in ile
Werim there hwl heen blood, agony atld
ars ; our brothers h4l fllen and our re
Irees been wasted oi a thousand. baiile0
lds, but. thik Ood. the nseiurance here
11 lid peaco has come at. last. If the peo
e of' the whole country could see the fra
Iriial feelitgs here innnifested. there would
no struggle at the polls this Fall, (geeat
Pplause,) bt as lihe whole people catiot
I here to witness whai is Iranspiring, the
-enter work rests oii us. From this time
tit the election for Imenmbers of the next
t ions to see tilat the next Congruss-if
is one sflall continue to refuse this sacred
gilt of repretentaiion to eqvial States
all recognize them. (A pplauIso ( Wihen
at is d(nIlf Zion is rttoaed, aid when the
nion is restored we sh,all ,a prepared to
iter upon a highet' And nobler career
non1 ili nations of Itie carlb hi 1hanl has
e! y.. been l 4eCpie. by any Government
tonl lhicli tle sul of liealven ever shone.
J I. DoohllIK, President.
Among thie Vice Presidents are J IV
rookenbirough. Va; John A Gilmer, N C;
idge W #dlaw. 8 C; I 8 Lyons, 041;
idge Ranioll, Flht; uthliberl, La J W
ibbeits, Ae%: UJ Buriieti. T1kxaf; Geo
IHouston, AI; Thus A It Nelsoit, T, -i
Edgar Cows of Pennsylvania, is Ch-h..
an of ithe Con tittee on Resoltilons. In
ais Conimittee a General Couch, or Mlaine:
aintor Dixon. 'onn; Rt-e'ly 14ihnsen,
laryland ; W A abharn-. N U ;I ornior
erry, 8 U C C Lit 'don. Ala ; WVm Yerger',
lies; John Raj, L- MeLtougal, Cal ; andl
Europfon New y the Cable,.
Los'L>IN, Augustl 14. link rate w'.1 be
educed to eight per eenI iis week.
Arrived at. 01 litampt shiip John Ptit
:m, from Savannah ; ,tt by lightning ;
>st main izzenl maist.
Beat,ts, August 14 -Ge coght Rhetz
as been appointed Gove General ot
The Queen of Hanover knal informeod
hat her stay inl Ihat Terrilory be at
1imdeLd with inlconignoeI100. uIs 'A m
enewed with IJavaria after thi 'mist ice
as ex pired.
oter from thL Philatdelphia Can tion.
Putt,Anar.r,rnA, Aulgnet 10, 2 P. M1.
enlion adloptedl the Deelara ion of ia
les andl adjoturned sine die. There. wv~
n address issued to thue people of the -
ed States. , r
ettienot o f the Btamnnlt Question
the Chesapeake I3ryLihe
IIA?rabons, August 16,-TChe great steam.
oat.opposlIhon os the Chiesnpeake which
as en p.grie4 toa for the pat fteen
toohis by; te 01Od Ihotr Nats Rhp .New
I'L,s5y Jise M, to-day . te.enlualad by a
estlementMarhih-.Invovta phe tu4nde..o