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VOL.".I1 WZWN8BORO, S. (T U1TDAY, OCTOBNR 25,. 1866. 11
1 lR R1-LHNI90
u i Ltel44b EV1ET T456DAT, TflV(the
DAT AND qj;UtDAT,
Gaillard Desportes* 01)
I innsbow, -. 4 NNO ge aa.
~ 1LIstian avERY 1 iff ~ T 3az
tA AT $13090a ARUVtR%V
The kehae rise PMii>bt
Tw ye s, i wilj-ile a
1iv rtu ne to It's -V
mjorty o the Nort 'empt (a1 -f
to tie second place in tlilt Uln a m
who was unliversaly looke upon aS'kj
inca.iof of the f'e-cest patriolic p r
it.. ' The Federal cause had, no ioi
:Pi le-minded advocate, no more. n tive
-nn resolute chaniXion thani Ar-tpw
Johind"n. **fe was .ng
ted for the post of Vice PreAIeit' i
le ieneral applauile of Ole zealots of
%lAe Republican party, an his susess
ia tiikim at a Oelatkobe prof of
,liorthorn determination. It may 1U
that it tlhose who propose.l and e ected
h had known that h Wks so soon i
take i-e highept office in the State theng
would have lisitated before they' cjoie
onj in whose haracter eiergyip4ci'
in'ahiost to violence was thop irincipal
fontlure. :t 'when the asassn'a wei p.
6n 4t'pr v'ed the Republio gf itl la'e
thio4 a d1 it was known that Andro'.4
Johnson wav Prehide.at- otike United
State, 'there'i ws, pefha s ot 'one
amlong - tltkb# milliond iho xn'ticipqf.d
th policy which lis since realm.4it
Itof OI theoiltrary, L thrill of anxi
ety pa'w thrPtigh the mo4erati iA"hOt
IlIe Vi8dfeioud. y-:hs'w
v'ere' represethit bi n
a1144d Mr.. Seward. Whon *i ofi),ese
t' deatd ad' i was lholglq' scarce"ly
pysi blt ihat the oth*r 'sltuia survive,
netn feared tW ie thWhlighhanded Gov.
Meior of Tpnleea. it #4wd with * pow'
er.abnost st remo. Only th* Aerst
advocIte,. opain Aminty and con .
tion for the plokraWo'Sthii' were i I;
ed to i-tjoie that tu 1en1alficol phia
found a stern and I' 'I sccesbor.
Thia is the 1D ' whon Ohe
tide of. North"rn opitlidt i vetery 4ky
vetting strotrger - stgepiutr. Prsi.
dent Johnol i fia'frpgef raileA agaJust
iin the Sunilt, but the. Repubhans of
New England and the West haVhard.
ly any termsliarah enongh to;o ofres
their detestatiOn4 him), Threefurh
of the men %yos,snITraggayv M uis
presesit ptioswrt now his 6te, oppo.
leiits. . On .the0ther hand, ho 'yor
rather was till' i'few# ',wokk -stmo
hilpe of those whos6"'fbbllio' e"'d4
de'iounced ind so bold stnaIng
Yet *here t no *reasoP -o suppose that
tie President IS changed'his creed. nor
Is lie one to allow the posssion,af office
to modify hi' condua. To n'attentive
ohaerv#t he iste same AndreW,JAryi
son who catried matters. th .so t
hand againsfethe rebels,'p .i 1,tHs)el
were W9 riso, agatn he wouild, vhop hitk.
belf as onsparir.g as eer. ITh4s,ttk
seems to be that h.. belba.tp a party4
which had a settled dloctriiu wtih regatrd
to5 the. rights 9f7 4merida S8tated and
citizens, anud that pini"~
* trime witha't regad to ti oiercumistaa
ces of the time or the -oharnges of' publie
opinion. Tate k doctrintIsI. "the O<msti
tuition - at lI was"-&he theol-y thet
*though a'S4ehasu no ei it6 luste fke
Union, alt! . ay hbe cs ifit k :ei't
to do se, ye.therm Is tw ederA at rti.
4y, zlet' ef itt Congres itselU, teo-intsri.
fee with .the- Internal 'a0hirem o anay
Strate, and -thal tehmen any Stto ao..
knowledges the Federal Go aeit it
is entitled to ai trpge H'ghts. But
it oua ht tQo .evljeni to fp 4meri;an
aWsta~ig 6i t-o obsen fre:~g
erhi,tpl,pi of the nhief ,tsspke'f th
past waI is the great increas~ sof-t
enti of a M ia t t
of meriqs ~pp a
The Cofittwtno'snto6htAs to the
letter, bt its spirit and pvilinr*y >so
lo rthe samae Amijd tbe oonvuluii
orfs 'tize oonstfohlle forife'2tas
deriv4, fro ', 19 t*1 Union, At
ir i.et,' th 6it, t:id
wh r 9y be' .'e the Con
aLtudnar 44lqOp-,i whiph . lawyers
may put upon it it-is ean, that Con<
greusmtlst n atlenthftth'hnI1eitow:t WAy.
AMi , the .aeistadevitl
p011,j"t will b6 4 [IeL 14o the Ohief
Mog!strate and lit advisqe to p'q'rs vrer
further ijo opposing - w,hRis' maoitestly
thd will,of t ajority. of Amoricana.
COUNTIC itS Throngh thur courte.
sv of Liet.' 4tliikkN'theOuief of the
Detective P'rel ve liave been 4nibli;d
to' e niiteadVe ggf c(Alniter:
feit4 wbivh Iywe bee .prenlatie in;' oir'
community ltely:Thes" are of different
denomination, j.rin iplIly.050, $10, $2,
$1, and 50 centAil.- In order to gitard
our endpre ajid ihe ptiblic. we hive ob
taid#aii acourte'desbriptil or' these
bdl., ;anIlIwiin diMence' from, the genu
ine. . Th" 40'i-are on. tahig-.sle"y Va
gtt.-khe figuring ji very indnitinct, the
lvend1 in the chtri is much blurred,
id thi genrati iev6aq of "the bill
41irA4t fren tid grniar. .. The figure
50 in the left hand corner, and'tie sha.
ding surrounding ikiis very rough and
uneven. The $10's are printed on thick
henvy paper,nsd ire Well calculated to
.;thev i ti very dark,, and the
fitrmg nieline The key in Irank
huIN hand, in OEo 1t(<, ban% corner, ai
se,Ay perbeptihKr :.whilt,it is qiite
plaJiht tha genline ; and bn the other
drt1~ f. igtntiAg In ther tbtnale's hamd.
io'bold'an' vinc4 ..hid ih '0i" g4fit'k*
quite dw"Itetoe:'ite groJpPing-o,the
Igurocon the. backi4 l - and tour.
6d,t.1 -the vWnttteQrduir and uneven.
1 ,t* b0hsV,4rltdtidfi (fr J*d#hent,
two billihave the ve.i iunmb*r. the
diRtinction i6 easily made. - The cotn,
fyrits aila all'mniuierpdt 80',58d in tihe
u$per mrgiq .And 3414 in th6 -low
The t1's asd :4's.ar thick white
and greay.paper, and are a verv coarse
stinseMon--s..o.'maoh ad that hardly ai
deseer'iption as 4 tyenagthe differnee
W % 610. These billi are
' rgot up by ex
ger the si'atures and general points
bing expt O r community have been
ikJivided.nw 414hozly, and
thre is t& doubt blt thai.an organised
band exists ri nO midst, *hoe b44i0ss
it is to palai pf these worthiless imlt.
tions in,papp ,he genu.
The 60 centi bill# are well oounter
feted,put areof a attern that have
tbat vithdlawn. -0tef are smaller
thtn those in Ogetera lte. -and have; a
glj egelJe qp il5cee.of f bli , np4 the
number 60mv open letteron the -baok
The e tnot so dangerius. as moft peo
, t u . 0 ~ T U T to s A iAIA cE n 0 e u N T .
-4he R llg &n*e. cthus conulades
a forcible argilnefitaiOPst tle aecpt
nee ofthis ahen*09 0he Southern
D O i he satd Wh. er'.tho Son'th so
ppi o, 11 wille fo.red dpon us,
a 'It 4 ~ a
. ir ell
~~ ce~ i
a '. 0611.
Parties at the- Ueth.
The smoke of 'thu ' 6test has not
cloaredd' away in Pentiqlvania, Ohio
X1 diana and Iowa, but idough is visi
, to .ee olea'rly the sabWr6mirkabl<
state of iffairs,*hieh bo ubee,i seen in
the North fo- fiVe yeate The people
prejkist alsout eqtialy dWided on thi
greit 44estions of the Ay. There i
it such prdpondorance 1 the votes ol
6ither party as t' indito any great
and lasting injo'ty. 'tiA one of the
mbst tha'vello68'thifgs 9J history that
for Ab Ing"a titne, - 0 election to
olootlon, in the' miidst f the utmost
efeiteinent, through WA and PYpc
foltowing war, 'the vote flof the ' iu.
ihnse governing pop tion of Athe
Northern States stroullrenain just
about equally divided gn the grandest
JdeVtions *ever sub'nittdkso.the decis.
tons 'of a people. -Hoillate lessons for
the' Wo*rd 'to leatt in this .state of af.
fair8. There are also"4essons for the
conntry to learlu.
It is plain enough thit the majority
of the giti.ons of the United States are
opposed to, the course - Jen by Con.
gress, ad in fa'vor of 0obe polioy of the
Presielt.. Half tho0peoplo of - the
North, and aJ the .pple of the
South, are' preed in this. On the
other hapd,.jt lja jin ti Wthe iminori
ty of the -poople, 1nd .1.very decided
minoriby At that, io* Tle, and will
continue to rule. the .,country. It is
not a rule of the taojority under
whichthe nliitants eo United
pno e i p~ anl ought to
be distinctly -een .4d recognized
henueforth. NeNth'er 09 Ropub lican
nor the Douoorate p yl dead; :It
has been.very Qftotn p AIt the mis
s4of thp;Re ubliith Vaty yas ao
complishedb - iti haie talked
gbddf6 Wd ) 41 O r orc hAt .'fVV
ty'and iniagiied that a now party
oould be formed out of the .Conserva.
tive poftions of the old., The lesson
of this week Is, that the Republican
party is not dead, but is firi, united,
and strong, and there igno such thing
as Conservstisn in it. :* * *
The Domocratie part0 is no more
dead than the Republie . The, fires
of,fiction have only wa mod it, and
e bliwA of successive defeat- have
oul walded, it' into a in re comlipact
mss. 10 polla its huge 'vote, just as
h6retofore, gaining soe in one place,
loilg iseinoin another, ut always the
sau'9 o14 party. It is avantnoetsonse,
in the fae of such an el ction as this
IAp POnPylyania, whero-Mr. Clynier
polls onebalf.4he imm se'vote of the
State-it Is arrant nosoias4,'wo say,
for any man. looking at such 4 fact to
talk of the Demooritio party aa' dead.
* -* a' * 41' s
As It is, th'e fate of the nation is de
pend on the 'flture aetion of' cse
two politiop parties. They s at d
face to, fac just 'about -oven in nm.
bot. Tpoy are. fidreely opposed %o
each otiygr:'. They are bent on direct
ly :o 6site -purposes. They ire
equa y determined in, their d1aim of
pat tism. If the party in power at
to pt the revolutionary measures
ioh have been threatenedr tho other
arty Wl, unquestionably stand,by
the Coustitution and the laws.
Uitder ,this.Itebdi"R Forney ..ad In
his0WoAi4lW Ys'eday the followitig
61yd neithei- n .IA
structed4y the fafal ,failywa of *Andfew
Jahnson's atlewipts to pvo a olvil
'ar in:t.h9-Norip beved.N be proe
paring oiociat taV1 ledtrevlution
inttbs ste The' PoliouOoommidsiomsi
of the city of BAltimore, app nted hlf
the LegislaplvE, hjifung.gr - faithfully
ad loyaly during'all ti' ih ti1rb have
faiep un* the displpasulh of~ the tirai.
'tor egipathizgrs. beeAneip they . refose
*is appomtt j.wiges of electioli 'iip. wrfl
take the votee of-the -rebels reigittered in
48nee of' t,h's onstitutio'n ajmi -lawi
of the Statsit* H6 .bsheftefoa p 'aled
qv thbqQII1Ihodtalein a
evn hretI ave
Y, dilmnse ,wut
of treason. 11 avingdeser4d the peoplo
who o'ected hiin, he is" Ioniileo ready.
to punish and proscrtbo then. by eleva
ling- and strengthenig the re4elf.
Slhimild he dpeidui uponhiis o1trage. the:
Polcu Commissi6ners backed by. f'y..
or Chnitinhan arat. thot .iRadical .jqYlj jS
of the State, will refiie to siirrender.
I tipir trnst. At thits jinture the rebels
claim tP have tMe promise of AdIrew,
Johnun to employ forcit to. pit down
the Union men1 and give Iho Siate to
the trait.ors. Wo toe not bo-lieve : that
either Swann or Johson will have . the
hardihood to perfoct this crowning out.
rage, thotigh the indic:ain that poirit
to it, arq' uinprotu;. But should thii
belief he disappointed by tho- resuil
.here will be bitt. one remedv left. an4
tift is for tho Maryiand pat'riwa to ap.
peal to theI people ol the North to keep
,4pell the gAtewaV to tie chpital of t.he
R1public. They ri-sponded to a similar
eull in 1861. aid will not be backward
in 186. The f-oling in Bl'ttimore veq
terday waA intenis. The Radicals were
fArm, quiet but-, wholly resolved. They
hIe posZession: of the field and intend,
to keep. it at all haznrds. They will
never. vild it to rebels and traitors.
The plot o( these latter aroe"hardly cout
cinled, and their exnhatipn prPves that
ti revolutionary policy in the celebra.
ted Lcdger dispat Cis carefully che:riplied
and'6ly requires'a fittiig opporltfity
to he annon,1ceed and perfeted. TRat
polivy is daily advgcatyil'by. the orgains
of Tiomas Swainn, tho Banlt.imore - .z
zcue, as it liv suci, jCnipperhtead - papera)
as the .ChCicago Time.. Thoigh the
dispatch sant-to tie Ledqer has be4n
dviied, 1 h.e revol'utionry . poly , I-t., ye,
cmimnends. has never been r,pudiat, by.
the mini Who denounca the Congress of
t,he United States as -ill0gal and dnuon
stitutional. ,The Maryland patriots arb
-rixct,. trO~Efoean otilag upoa-J ha, lay,.
al millionso the wirth; .'to propart to
come to their resem wheni the, gttempt
is inae to give them a specimen -of! its.
opiireasians .atd cruelties. They are#
fully competent to take .care of theru,
s0lves ngAinst all the rebels and traitore
around them.;.bit. if it j* .resolved to
employ force to help these rebels and
tx ritor iuto contfol, but -'one remedy,is,
left, ai.d that is pwinvocation-to the peo.
pie of the cguntry.
A Mtx AlaEED BY 'A Ma+-Mr.
Newian, of.this District, while -bn- his
way to Chesterfield. Court, found a man
up a treo near the road,,eagerly watched
and aiarded by a large wildfb'ntk, with.
a formidable htead of antieras and being
warned before lie had attraeted thle no
tice of the animal, rode-too neighborinot
honie, borowAed A glal and killed It. He
learned from the prisonerA thatlthe deer
had beeni slightly 1otunded b'v a pirly
of tintsmen, and pursuerd 'b dog, till it
hd become quito . 6irions, and having
escapod. was lying -down hhind a ,log;
when ho discovered it and stole up with
a viow to catch ?t4., [ity, observng tp p
.rge hho, d t keeness of a Io.ros
m. iemrage faled hiny,.und he was ma
I a retreii, when thb enrap-4.nhal P
per 'vel him and' ttfsh4* Ae', him
bare iving himn I ume 't) escal bf
elim . Ho had beon' in duresabfut) i
two ho bforN Mr. ewmanu's arri
4t the "* ~ *
.usherialld4ibition In tI$A
AgOovi tura 11, Tliiigtov, .Londoui
there "e nbo%% n ilgen.ious inveni,t
by whbh, e owoftashoerdfrain
1'iode, o p nd The
Ir ~p~froteledf raing tbe*~.
dio.I oud t titeavdieu I
find odeido'tad a d whidh
works u ahd dowa I r
m'orthed sand .% uitidow-s#,. m
A little pies of. I~ u
6snd of .teod'W fu~~M~ t
Ordinary advertisem ,nts$ occupying not
$9.re h.an tei.Juc,. (ege square,) will bo
ins.oWed iIn 711E NEW4 at.$1.00.,or the
6rtinsertion'aud 73 bents, for ea0h sub
LArger advertisements when n2con(vaet
lb :Ste, 4ilLb6'Obarge 4 z t pr
Fo' anidneing a eindidAte i diy offie
of profit, hJpor or truh i - .
MurrAogd, d0.tdary btlve, &o., . will be
chargel the same ns advertisemenit, wh6d
over ten lines, and must be paid for whot
handed ;'.t4tll not appoar.
Intereating Statisds' of the United
The following intoiret'g statistics
were prfred M, the rnitod States
cohous D9r%, Department' bf :the
Interior, and taken from a- report iri
reforenco -to the area, aud populatiou
of thle Uilted State-. -
The land aiid water surface of the'
United States are equal to 3,240,000
square miles--land 3,010,370, water
about 240,000 square miles. The,.
8ates embrace 1,804,351 square miles.
of landed' surface and the o'rritor'es
1,206,919 miles,, as exhibifo'd byi tto
eighth cons.w:of 1860. .T.he number
oftithabitan,ts of the .Uned States
retauned' in 1860 was. 3.,44?P2 I--in
the State1 .1,148,046, and 295,t75 in
the Terril6i Pk-tlius showing' ad tier4'
age of seventeet, hihabitants to- eaet
square mile in the Statos, while in tha
Territories there - dro four squaro
miles to each inhabi(ants, and exelu-.
siveof the biatrict of Columbia 'the
territorial area would reptesent five'
and odtaufifth 'quare miles t9'each' in
habitant. 11 A860, Massahusattm had,
157, Rhode .tsj ud 133, New Yor.82,
and Pennsy -'nia 2 inhabitants to.
the qudro Ini e,whijeh rate Appliod to
the nitd wuI. 'ive 472,000,000in'
nassachsetts, 400 00 000,ink Rhbde.
Island, 246,00 400 iniew York, and
1 00,000000, i+ Petns'ylvaafla. bel
giun, .Engigud'n,Wkles-pid Fraice
in 1855 had,897,J0'1 and 176 inhabi
tants to iho quare' mile"respe'etivel .
10 the United Statts wasa dense ly'
Oo'pulatbd as F-ance, our populatior
Would number 528,000;0 ; .or 'if,
populate4 sAeusoly as,11tigland and,
alesi 924'000,000 ; and if according
to Belgium'i density of populaiion,
(W t -qiquare igilo,) the Inlted
Stat'eo lwonild, contAin 1,195,006, 00;.
whfchis 14 04,0.0(,OOl uoro than the
ntire popsladion of the world iii
NE.: K uETo .AND PoLITICS.*
-he'gewYTork correspondent of the
iMMlI)iOIn a Ledge' urite.'
1%e York edit6ra are taking a promi.
ienk part, p(raomilly, in t.he..scrambly
r o Hlic. Horatp Oreey, ,of tbe rp,..
>ane, ist he Rad.ca candidate for Con.
tress in the Tfilrd 11istrict, 'and hii
-n-r9opratic oppoent possibly maybo
len. Wood, of .tLhp?hAt'ly Arets.' I
ie.E hi District he Conservatives
mave piced Janes-i1h'okq, of the Ex.,
I-ess, in-the fiel.1 For ftegister, Hal.
lum, oft ie Citzen, has been nominated
o organizattionl c)d l,bo Indepenl.
a1 . .WiSha;iinson, of the
p sgrunfor tJii Legislature.
lernck.. iA:t1e Afr, will probably'
Iltor this.Curyse in oppohibion to Fernan-4
o W-dud,.sr, egrss, ;inh.-Ninth
Iistiie, I hater conniected fan Woodle
'anoe .ig,tJie above, with thDJaily
fews, 'of w.hih lhe is' under't'ood to be,
nee m1oret- the proprik~or, 'siite t'Uidal
'elI 6 'Whitney gaeto if".up.' Beat
uweveJrha.'ihed, sa gbod -oSWfVrbt tiye:
rope,rty..from # PMas. .A, *1ansp,.
'rmer . of Lihe I b~~n1more e
eitly f the 4Qh'cg o'Ip IJcanf. ,.f a
Alsfisefrect&f,' DilA 'Al! Mtke the'
ear alm. prsuadled, ad ~iv,n
of e h' /s~ word of*a i
okan F Y nm.nryofmndh.
iaivped- in tapo ,wretoh.fram~
pgaptra. , allgrass una,be
reti h13y refnaIns repose ; the ing4
aveg ofiauntjnmasfbe whirled ovet
emgor the'whitd mnantle. of 'Wiltts
my pover thiem froni eight. yet~ Iue
isit ap eai when he . as h
p"ea ,tan geit1y~ - r1, ~o n
. enlls to hwtsdwhen"ofr
the Arays' bf error&
~ 54l4ti thet