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Tuesday Morning, Angust%21, O6.
: T. P. .5rtn:n. < i O
sol~agent for this paper iii' C tri-stun
0:4 Mr. JAs. H.. S1rITJi,*fornmerly
of this place, but now. rting in
Charlotte, N. C. is our authorized
agent for the NEWS.
Mr. SMITH can be found at the
We have received from the publish
er T. G. DEFONTAIN.,' 'The Burning
of Columbia, S. C. A review of
Northern assertions and Southern
facts. By Dr. 1). ,M. TREZEA NT. It
is an interesting pamphlet of 32
pages, and stamps S1nECIAN as tile
great incendi-ary of ('ounbi.n. Price
We direct especial attention to the
article under the above caption pub
lished to-day all( taken from the Co
lunibia Pho-nix of Friday. Brief as
it is it is a wo.4 Itueid, compact and
cogent exposition of the question and
a forcible statelimit of both the ille
gality and inexpediency fi 1LegislatiVe
intrusion inl the ease. Before this sul-..
ject becomes a practical issue- just
such views as those contained'in this
extract, deserve to be- carefully pon
dered over b y man iii the 'Dis
T1he greant event has hnapp.ened.
Whethlier it wiill brinu forth the fruits
expete, b:Y its advocates, a few
nonthsiiY1 dee ile. Wo opposed it
inl its icipiecy and in its progrins.sie
10annu6iln. I oileed it 1unwise
arOd impolitic for the Snth to coim
mit herself. T\e Rubicon is now
pas,sed, however, and while we are
still doubtful of the issue it may
spring tuni us, we will tid as far as
our anumble inilituee goes any whole
some tendencies that may result frov
the PHiladelphia Convention. We
are not disappointed that the Conven
tion ineorporated some of the very
object ionale feat mies to whiIb we so
ofton directed attention, and which
formed a part of that very National
Union Club upon which we announced
the call was inade.
There are numbers of us who will
always congratulate ourselves that, no
vote of, ours ielpad to form that Con
vent ion, but ue (id not expect to fiini
such friends iof the measure as tihe
ColtiuYia /lornix raising serious oh
a nh g in iNto
the wigwm in finld e rae. 'at.
is apInerile mater comi,armed to the.t
other greater oliecial act of S:o1hon
delegates solemnly dleclarimng t hat
nose wrho killed their sons, outher
aind fricnds are worthy of thL.r gray..
tudle andi fmnov.
But not even for th is ul n ih
hold our sanction from evt'hM~qIinta
may growv out of the Convention. We
disclaim any part or lot however in
We hnope the ver'y highest expecta
tions of the nmost sanguii ine fr ionds of
it may be reali?cd. None will 1 e
gratified more than we, at such a re
sult. If its mia in object, thle defeat of
the Radicals, he effected, while we
sh.all ever repudiate thme p)rincipiles dle
grading to us, upon whichn the C'onven..
tion was called, we amay niot regret
that it met. McC.
STAiITJANO DitVE:M.('.\fENTS AS TO
TPr CoNsr'mRACY AGAINST MRs. )AV is
--Nxw Yonx, August 'l3--The~ Her
aid furnishes startling developmments re
specinmg the conspiracy to implicate
Jefferson Davis in theo laiincoln anssassi.
nation. It prints letters Iromi Caldwvell,
one of thre perjurers, applying for mnoney
. and a letter from Judge.A dvocate-Gen
eral Hlolt to Conover, ain?t,ber of thme
C camps, ied.which : -s's hie
hans sen)s , ftf herald
i lie nmost inifamous
A new disease has attacked tho
1-hot near Avou, N. Y. .The hus
t nrns brown, ant! decay beglis 0* tfie
(.1 -1 of Ce ljerry.eire t. the stalk.
A well-known clothing merchant in
Loui, ille, Ky., recently married a
woman in Cincinnati, and took her to
his home in Louisville. A few days
after, she stoLi $2000 from his trunk
The Confede-ate dead who fell at
the battle of Beech Grove and Ifoov
er s q, in Coff*oe county, roenv,esee
have been taken up and buried by
citizens of that section, who intend to
crect a ioninuent to their memory.
Reports received from various parts
of Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa- and Indi
annat, are to the effect that the wheat
crop1 will be llore than in average one
inl respect to both q;uantity and qaii
'.The barley, oat and ryelcop also
The Sant a-Anna-Orte(I-a conspiracy
issaid to be formidable, eiblIraCing
the Arch-bishop of Mexico and other
The ne-w miniiistry is said to be very
unpopular with the native Mexicans.
Insurrect ion recently took place in the
State of Vera Cruz, and 500 Austrians
sent to qiuell it were captured.
A iman l 1 Hartford advertised re
cently that oi receipt of a certain
sum, he would by return mail instruct
any applicant how to m1akC a fortune.
Iis directit)ns were : "Peddle eigars,
half flavana and half home-made, as I
did, and always be ready to pick tp a
The New York lWrorldstates that a
combination of capitalists in New
York have bought $6,000,000 in geld,
and intend to buy more, in order to
run up the price when there is a favor
At the Stockholm exhibition the
first prize for breech-loaders was
awarded to the H1agstrom needle-gun.
ihe government has purchased the in
vention for 10,000 thaleis, and the
troops are to be armed with this gun
in the autumn.,
A French saivant has discovered the
imeans of reidering the hardest and
toughest flesh soft, niamoly, by adding
while boiling two teaspoonfuls of alco
hol to each kilogramme and a half (if
Major H1cros Von Borche, who was
chief of staff to General J. E. Stuart,
and contributed all aecount of his ex
ploits to Blackwood's Magazine, is
on the taf' of Prinice Frederich
Cha rIles of Prussia.
thley -re fond of title in the East.
.uo1ng his other smiling titles, thne
Kin9 (if Avo has that of "Lord of
Tv.c~nty-Iour I'm brel las.'" This looks
as i e had pirepa red for a long~reign.
A e< mpondenat of thie RIichmnond
TIimes teils the fobllowinag aboutth
1hot Springs :J3efore it had become
a public resort, a Dutchiman wm pss
ing it with his wagon, and stoliTed to
water his horses. Dipping his linece
in to the spring, h is hand was burnt by
tI e hot, w-iter. lie rushed hack ini
consternation to his wagn, and ex
ela imied to his boy .John, ".John,
hitch up de horses, for hell is not vone
il e from d is place."'
Cuor '$A ND F: Ea:t:x.- Gn.th-mlen
ii utienzd:,incc onI 1 Icon vintion from
violl. paris of the coutry do ncot gi ve
i:- .rng picture of the sltte of affaiirs
an:d of the, fiutu're promts if ihiiC turmer.
We fwnd that but hirtle conifidence us ena.
tertained as to the permnanenti u sefulhnes
(if the freedmen. We wvere informed
that their services could not be seelired
umb-er the promise f 'wages, which, in
mlan:y inst ances, I le crops will he insufil.
(eient. to mleet. It is feared, therefore,
that at the enud of the year there will be
serious emnbarrasment amo.ug the far
mers in winding up their' opierations.
TheI crops, indeed, are promising, bt
tile amoulnt. of labor, and the expeie
incurred in securing it, are t;hogether.
disproportionate. Furthermore, ntm
bers' of negroeslive chiefly by pillage
iMlewl c4 wrrhe.-;e&sbuf' n~~s.
The European -news is'of ainost in,
tereinajd startling character. Te
Eniptror of Prance.hureturture gritul
reticent, exqQpt when proclaiiu fils
1igid neutrality and good wll for all
the ellgerents,has suddenily disturb
ed Count Blsuiark's spleudid Aebei e
of a "new Germaiiy," with Prusin as
the controlli power, by demanding
a pottion of erinan territory for
The-claiim, greatly and seriously
-ouplietea - the game of war or peace,
which is now being played by the
Eutropelt dliploiats with consinunati
1'eutenless and 'ability. Napoleon in
sists upon' t &e rch frontitr of 181.1,
wleh " included the (risiwn ( was
Saarlotis and Saarruck, the av: rian
town of Laidall, antd the. Belgimal
towns of Charleiont, AI,,denburg und
chimiauy." The territory claiued by
Napole-oii is principally PrusS,iai, and
is inl itself too insignificant to eibar
rass those wlw are soon to meet for the
prpose of carving and. dismembei ing
kingd-mis as if they were turkeys or
plheasaints. It is t61ribly sigiifilant,
however, as the protest of the Prench
Emperor against the design of Pris
sia, after ejectiiig A tistrina from the
German Confederation to illvko her
self mt istrves of thc whole of Gterinantv.
It isa mortal blow imiled at Conit
Bismark, at the' womeiat when he saw
nio obstacle inl the way following up
the grat Prusianl victory at Sadowa
with the most glorious results for his
Napoleon holds, we suspect, a very
strong hand. .1 is deand for this part
of German territory, which Napoleon
I. added to France, is simply a polite
form of i'ntimation to Prussia that lie
does not intel that the plans of Count
Bitinarck shall be carried out. Whonl
lie destroys tile proposed unity of :111
(erin any with Prn:sia is the ruling
power, lie imtelhes floinl the Pruvsians
the most tempting and valuabldo fruit
of their late victories.
STRaxOr: rr T-I n-A NonrIl;.:lZx
VOMAN'S IUFA OF SOuiTtI:Itx MoMAL.
ry.--The Nashville Dispateh gi .es the
following amusing acc omta of a Nort i.
Bro naiseecenation affair. It says
A shott ti-m sihce a lady of some
pretensioii- ai ved in th city, and so.
ctiien cofm t lilt qiarters, senlod down
Sh11 gavq- hll. ,rm. - o: of r(.*idoll-e(
as fodi:471n, .vanit f eaq mirriage
ando gnlick i -.A Cow o.f IV, ag o dwn
ttlady need(ing th~Ile ser'vices5 of a p)Iysseiana,
iMigine tii. surprise of thw doctor on no
licilg ht the color of the infant (i
no. at al colrrnSpold wii itm e,m
ionuf h moi lwfr. Kinuky hair. flat t-td
ios at tiI I lL k lip:S, gave 111l,1biaibe
evidence of A fricaii desctit. Our md.
ical friend annomnnd the resit. of' his
ob.ervations, whicl were received1 vtry
C;Ihnly by his fair patient. 1"She1 w.ajs
awiare," shi said, "and ind-l tI host.
W41r1 her reasons for coming to i tis cit'.
fin ier Sinte smeh a ilinig would lie tal
ud ah 111, til. hen., sl, presunied. :.
Stihg were no uncomoin Furi h. r
sh woiul like to dispose of it(tiv child)
ni soite iator ;couild tho. Docorl al-'.
fole nr aice inl this direct(ion
a'ls" ? ..No, n-tud, epli . .e Doe
been worth a hundre-d dollar", but here
it no mark't. for it now." We : ve ve*
T1i e D)oci ors dry jotk, dtie 14 enci
TJ'ui: Ttln.as o -ruE A-T.SNrm CA.
nr.ci.:.-11 .-i' Con il, *vhierc lie A:
.meab is wotrkilTt on ihbis side o)f
' umN tis a smaall ba;y or core, pro
jecting inc ih-- tc.tol side tdf Triityl bcy
igrees 20) whiue'. iiTe seutlnttI,
0 t w i is itl hg i|(s roniatui iie nanii,i, is
arec tw~o ac'j:aen sei thments, known as11
II (:4ri 's East' anud I lea rt's D)elight. . The
sellht-rs whoii nana-dt't these ptlaces unlis
hvo lt'es nlot oly of a romnitic turi l;r
maindy but ecnten'ed and uanambit i'us
T1he I '.nd oef Vaentia, th. Irish ier
ins ofi I he Al anici. ?!a le, isi n1 bo'tL
Q,.0acres in exctenlt. - Itas Ihree pro.
pnreto)rs. of whom the# Knight of Kerry
is tihe( cief, t lhe bl lirS beiir Trnimat'
Mtueckret... Th'le popuhtittn is about 2.
000, but dilthitngl Ilje'~lit i.1 a stncht
Prolestat, has co-religioistIs do not
nul>eit morer than, l&0, The .harmoin
of this litte a()lrymaiy is, however1 uiI
disturbed by religiia. dscord.: Theolsi
priest, whbo is now hegw1een eighty and
niety y'ears of age, hualiad chafge of
th's patish for nI>re tha'h hcalfa century,
andi his watch word. htis always been
"Peace." .The average ?alue'-of the
tanA .is .larftf ' ar, ..laf..... ha &c'
wA o,t PAT.-Capta - De Lie the
leader of a squadron of the Victor Fmanuel
itached to the Fourth Co,Is. hIIY
ing riele d an order from Gencril Cialdini
to push himself forward till Ie should ieel I
with the e0emy. boldly presented himself
before tbqgAtcs of Badowa, where, of course,
with his sqindrots he met with the Austri..
ans (for the city was still in their posses
siti,) And in large numbbr, too. Instend or
retr cing his steps in double .qu jok, fot lie
:idiht live considereil his missinn at nn
end, tie brave ciptalin ctiered fearlessly
into the city at. the head- of his qtidron,
sounii,ig his bugle. The eneWn though
posti sing a forte six or eight ti n birger.
tiihing that lite s(padron wie followed by
the wh'ole vimikIIII'l of the Folrth Cori,.
ovICuted the city in gictit lise. Still -t .
lainl Io I.ie was niot Aaisvd..eol,)Apa
Ad by, only totli l liC iv' in h th1 1ib
ronkd station and ordenr d1 :1n i 1gille tII be got
r.et iy. Etiterinig a car with tour liii, lie
AU i.e it &itQlh to a locomotiv an hi t fi.,
clfgineer to skint. for Vicenza. No sign of
Austrians on lie ro(ll. At st the locono
liv it the car contninting Captain De
1u a I'd his four nin, entered tie railrond
station it \'i-enzn; it was fill of Austriai
troop:,! Nothing wns%lit. or' t lie ('altai
to do but retrace his aleps, if that was even
posiblo lIIad 10 li1d wit him his squad -
ron. I en to one, Ie would have ordered t lie
tigle to sounid tie charge, and no doubt
would have thrown thet enemy into the
greatest confusion, who was itot preplared
tar a sityprise. Bit. lwhat coul-l ive iiwi, do
a11o,ig st'erial hitd c l?iu t go backe,p.
iy latil , 'twails luird. All n' ne . lt e
ICLkllainl Who, hav1ilig I)II hlis-5 .i ut
thit car winldoni. wats lookinlg aon.It
ita.npopointed atir, called the enghieer aid
orderel liu to turn the locomowive, and
drive it at fhe heaul of a long train of cars
which wits awaiting to be sent - somewhere
bV tho Aistria, s. The EIgiiver, let it he
taid to his Iraise, pertormed lite ttn(anvre
witi both dexterity and..quioikness ; and
Swelinty minttes later Capt,itn De Lute ltfer
ed Sadowit at lie head of. a whole train
loaded with Austrian tobacco--a trifle
worth lialt a umillion .ef franc
AAITTUG A 11:1tXG.--tiprtitin,
sa;ys. a1 palt-r of Presamw.. England, is
itif vrudilt-d in Ace ni Chuilch.
A ri-port, that. sotm! ,I womann at.
3ilackhtirn hivJ phwOlii-sied th,- woril
woutld he detioyei by a; '-lood of
Ir n Monday last., obtained a
widto circub;ion. Th'e( knowinig ones.
h111--hid It ilhe Idb-a. butlhl r were. h111n
dre(-ds 4ofwmn, -Ml ntid yotnag, who (
lpent nanxios tla, n. wr. d'.
vuut, prepa ing lor t h hst gii t dy.
A t chtirel, tin oll womian who kveps-n
si:ll shop, wi; a, impreased with the
itthfilies of t hIt r,phvieev, that, alte
nICtIIullY rem1ovItd ht.ir lirnittire nid ship
11d I,le hiigliet- idl noar titirCh,
in, when she, c:vmv b.wk-hkingf SOMP
what.di.sappoinited thait. tile 1I,Iod had
not drowned her neighborp.
LA1IXs' N.WAAPYIts'--An 0,10 Enlgdlih
Cl nic, oil this subject, briofly loI .etibPly
Irgies : ". a title, Inlies preier I iouO
joun,1ls which combint itse witI nt,e andit
r.Islionl. They di not Care for Ihe poli itial
ori party papers. but they do wish to know
of till great movements in Government, in
pIuIliO CtLrprises, in education, religion
:4nd in the variotii reforms, temperance,
hygienic, etc. l'aPers or imagazites, writ
ltll uxelisively for ladies, lack that vigor
inI Io wer whiilh ti itie women ndmire.
The best ptiper, thersfore. combines the two
e-letmlents, 111le atid relttuale, so blended a. to
represcitt the two tuittres, and to feed both
the inktellect and the sentitnenti butfrom
feeding on te wishy -wnshy twaddle of sick.
simpitig. lireitnry -hnets' of cither sex, we
beg to l'0 delivered. Neii-lile lntll 21) Iao
tmen want Tigorous. tenstill Lits, ex.
1ir i--'el by h1eailth,y miinits. :10l.not tIe Cmp
ly chall tf etpty klt'.
H.AIL -Qite a commnotion *ns rabil
yesterday afternoon by the advent of a
slighit stornm of lain, aotnrnpanleil by con
Mitlerahle hail, It de'awed' to t;ake eveybo.
idy by3 suill iso, tin-d canls d a hasty evaicta.
Iitn of the sutreiets by all liien- an td caben'
We' ha'se'h tIe ri,n wvith dligt,, andi
wi'sh..di it ''Al Il lnil !" The fae:, is. ICe are
ttord of ice- ntow a-dlys, and when it comets
doswnt frm'i aboe, It relievtes one ,otf that
lttle ittem of thrne e ents a pound. A au nrt
shotwet oft hli. with ia slight 1 -i nklinig ofC
dih:ly oc'cti-u'c dltur lthe con't ninm.. c.f
In'-l- is tutli wee;:her..-Jar/-l,rn /imsr.es
Gooni)t -The New (Orlinits Cruern/i
liatseen shown,~ by Mr' Frnisn Biw.
tom, of tha t city, a ntovelt in visti olt
enlledt' "ThiteI M ultit,St'ireur " It is a
liqid wt'ithI a i ttnritic perfue,t wicth
isidto bei p'cutliairly obrnox i ins to all
mthIli, p.ati ciultaly piit.qsiities. Thet
, h trIpew thti bsottlr- uad .pilled a
fewdrpsenhis desk, ant; in a mTomen't.
or wo couitld see thet moscriitoPs h-aiv
mng t room in disgitst, with their pop'kt.
hiandkorchiefVs at, theLit: noses. It js ai
getnvnion, most assuredly. .
RI.:tmanhiRF, I)i:n;,'nI:. 'rtnvi'ann
gunno,i) w hich is' beh ilt *60 pt'r tont itt
gi i by thelL algtts of' te Per'nv iti
G~overiinmttJsf n e York, hasi gel4in,
froma~ *110 .i *$9*. por, ion int A1e,and1ig
1This~ ts the mast.re)narkae~llidtelinep that
anyV oitlv'p ymmodif fIn onr markets
hais'atnstni tted; and-ifluaI be Attribnt.ed to
tn rt natral compttit)Q,-National in
IcWg#tnper. . o ---
Sruito: ,i curreg~ IDal QGet U9pard,
oh 1 oFfreedmen'.s Jnresu, fs't a be phprtly
From New Orleans.
NFw OL.EANS, August 18.-Deathis by
)holera yedterdy twenty-seven.
Ni.w 01r..:ANs. AugutQ 18.-Advices frons'
Rio Grande report a political revolution inl
Iaintiorns. residlting inl Il'c overt brow and
11lht of Carvajial and tle i list ill lent of the
Jaurez governmenr. No loss 0t life or pro
C'h iern in llicin :ati.
CINVeNS TIr, ...1ust 18 - t -ee
dcat hls -y cholut- -vere reported yetterday.
WASHINoTON, Augu*t 18 .-TI PreSillelt,
in fin inteiview with lhe Npw iiiti1hit-e
Lleegalionl. said inl refelenueojo tile Clnrenl
ion and hi.s, futiro poli cy : -W o li:iN- iio
it Jolicy 1it14l piniiciple, recigiztd1 anildt lulhaid
lJori by tile most inltelligt, able ad pa
triotic body of mIen tIat hia convened sinlco
fle dy.; of lie Deolari0otiof independence,'.
A reop0nit-i of this; policy and Ihez;e prin
eiles wool'a he required of' those who I(:
cei-ie cilice aid patronage from ithe (Govern
lieil. 11 w. a dilty the Adminlisi ration
owed itself', that strenlgih af power shoueiihl
be givenli those who nikinfain (lhe principlv.t
declared by that great, body of National
iien who inet this v:eek in CO,nvention rt.
Grrlt MormIl idl MlipWrFek.
Ni:w Youic, Aigust 18- - There has been
a great st-orm1 on the coast of Africa. nmA a
great uinbeV of vemsels lost find hplirebhen
sions ire ei terinioed for thesafety of utliertr.
Ncw YArk Kafikt.
NI.w Voluc, Auglist 18.--Gold $1.-.
t'o en alaIll !it -,l( Q: . E lIaIge no ni 1al
ait 7.1( 71. Sight-(if)
N'w 011clls Marikel.
N aw itm.n.s, August 17 --Vot ton s:if.
ft r ; Sa h aor.'.400 laIr:. o.ow \ .d"Lling at
:2( 1e C:ol 1.10.
Lter fromll Etirope.
Lo-xor, Augnit 17.-Final negoiati*.4
for the establishment of peace between
Prussia rnd Austria al Austrian Italy are
in progreaq, and peic is-regarded as cer
Li i:o.ooi., August 17, 3onn.-'Le !ale
of cotton for tle week 86.0to bales, pricei
improved for vthe week oneuiarter itny ;
Middling Uplinds 1:1.
Lo.mtox, Aigast 17. Noont --CetIols 881
for noetay ; !'ive.tw n-at i S .
1)w W N I II TuI... ThI re w
ring in.h i. n th: i i 1;10i. s
thle presidl-nt, hIleln., iL.W d
a numlp-r of Lte nil,tihv' r;
Rmlii-d p.,rtY, and pitt 'ar ervn 11itv
soldit-rs frain W C-St Point.litt i' p e' .
'llhe At igvan staibh o. - ie o f reft he-'i
ntaraenti stitin ds ;sidlY in -e--- f -i
inl,. In ny plaes wh '- th
fihe SI)uthI, thylav(! .-' W)oerui
ty of 4-xaspe:atill and11 g.i:linl <Imr i1-*
ft w1ta t 11i wt 1a)itIot a , hii, at t r
in I san wf'l i- rg r i a1f th 1r d 1i - n
Manyi~ of thecma mien i hvie utieLy4jdisa. t
a'ad'i h Iems.'1ves by seekingo .tQojpflaiii
Iah. parayjhieli''i oflt h ertbi naite the
Seiintih.- Rcan al Ims..
'.tNot!t.. -.W l-an th it itt r's.e
ti ll aippeai4rantes ; hat th.b sina'ch ii
lih bov haia bee'an w ar m nwlii larga dr op
of p'irt irat ;~ in t h ae co:itt ttt'd to o, ::a
havie ex:a nitid he'r e.i a'agvert tio
tiseand in a-ver tat hair respr~ et;.tsa I
h' prsiatio ini t warthid of' haer skin,
Slie seemsta. to be deadue. This' is a v-erv
singuiatr caise, thoutgh we nuha;rstan'd
hnt ir is not usual fair the bt'i or 4e;
eon ed peontts to ramaafin warm foar sevec
-RUichmond TJimes. I 3tha.
A P01N'T (OP I'AW C(NCIycHNING
kIfMAN'0 PATtoN. - TIe Supreame, Cour.
las deeaidad in Tennessae that itt r'parl
to tall slaIVes nutrchni-od prior to-or thur
ing the wart. the emaifntipattiont proclaima
tion desatroyinlg the right to hold such
sltaves, thle Is mu-sf fall upon thle pat"
tiosholdinag t he propearty at I the tOt'
t,he proclationttm was made.
Jn-tt thet retverse~ of the dectision of
Jidgei ShpIlfey, of Virginian-and clearly
Thle Canadingt' reoroit Ihe prospect o'a,
spletilid hatrreB anid the lafgest WhIt.
haryelit for 6 years.
-The eleolioun in Ark aas on Mfonday, so
fay *e heard from, wasn *arrlced by t he eenv