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VOL. IIL] 'WNSBOROI S. C., O CTY,OUnoR.8.01 1866. 118
GROCERS Alt OC
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offer on liberal terms and the loweal
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Barrels "Powdere 1
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Boxes "Colgates" and other brands So'"
Ald 'arafine Candles,
. Boyes .".Poarl"
And "Duryeas" Starch,
Sacks Liverpool Salt,
Boxes Table Salt,
Barrels, I1alf-Darrels and Kits
Mackerel, Nos.1, 2, and 8,
Ahds. Priio altimore Sides,
Quqrte Casks Sherry, Madeir. 44
3-Barrels N. C. Corn h ot
Quarter Casks Dorsi
Gunny and Dundee Baggi'g.
MXanilla and Hemp
The. Trtbne, in publidhing tbe jol.
lowing, sayi: "We print the news
froin Washington with some degree .of
reluct.ance. It is of so important a nd-,
tkre that we should like to hive bfficil'
assurance of its truth:."
There are important rumours in air.
culstion.- to-day, that I have traced to
an authority which, if not official, justi.
Is me in sending them to ou. The
President and Cabinet, iiiveadof Chang
ing the domestic polcy Ot Ih'e admifiia
tration, iN obedience to the will of the
will of the people as expressed in - the
October elections, are now intended to
create a new and popular foreign poli6y,
to al'e'ot the NIovembesr elections. At
the last Cabinet meeting, is raas resolved
to, demand~ payment at the hiande of the
Britist Government in full- for 'all b
outrages committed by the rebe4 pri4d
tee?. which were ftted ont.in langland,
Tim is said1 to hasve been. the dnsoision
of d~e Caibiniat, and to e'arry outthuis-de.
cuisio instruction weoe asen out to Mr.
Adem. last Thursday. If England sug
gests the.propriet:y of calhingi is .q6mmis
siuo our Government will not ao
&~ is so stated, on te's.tne good
authority, ,h'at, on Wedinpaday last
Preident .Johnson~ QentwrI Grxuit .gi
Sec*esary Sewa4 eld a
It #as dbtetafia O~ M as. a
'mesmisu othe buni t~t~4that we
ahould pay the F. eah ol41:st'in 3 &I
and ree.ffe Mi~eziIan IerI ,
chaugedrobably in, he dhi~~oj
Gu y,ipfs. Iwis 09m i Eshort.'
ernament will be r.conlzad, and- ai
other. At. jhaye.slI 4o,-. ive
COnsaBg ku' ligh th 4~ir& r
ally believed. The AdA at
hopese by thilsbbbg Yn
I ain.Infor rllti
rebels, mote disae ts 6eb~
sertayive; banem ~ 'tt
t ineroW f 6 s)e t
con veratiP11 political. e tae, written
t the President, ehdora the poli
unequiv6cbily. stistainig le )i4ident a
course since Lee's surreutis, EAini
king. no allusion, V Ihe :dinend.nt.
This letter is held in reserve, and. will
be printed just Iefore the New York
election, in the hope of carrying over
some hnlf-and-half Republicatis.
The Hon, Lewis .D. Campbell, the
Minister to Mexico, arrived here to-day,
h.ving been tel;graphltd for by the
Vresident, Hie has been closeted with
Vhe President ail Seeretary Seward
all ihe evening. It is evident that the
Mexican, question will soon be definitely
tettled. Minitter Campbell wi)l leave
nere soon to carry into effect the new
-Atate of affairs. The holders of Mexican
bonds are jubilant over the srate of af
Notwithbitahding ther 'etalen denial
t of the Press. in Philadelphia, it is very
certain that Mr Stunton will retire from
the Cabinet, being relieved at hij own
requesi. Shermati will go into the war
Mfee Stanton is aid to have expressed
a desire to go to Spain. The entreaties
of his friendi may induce him,to ciAnge
his mind, but his retirerinent from the
war office is fixed.
Gov. Swann, of Maryland, arrived
here from Annapolis last Saturday. Ife
is still here. On Saturday, lie lid;inter.
views with the President, General
Grant and - the Secrbta' . of War.
Swann is endeavoring to 'pive the
President sustain him in the removal of
the Police Commissioners o his StaN.
Nothing definite it known about the rte
suits of the interviews, but is iptinated:
that the President refiused to interfere.
This is'not certai; however, and qp..
itig cait be knqwiuntil tttNeb arrives,
There is a goOd deal of excitement here,
owing to the condition of affair. in Bal4
timore.. All kinds of rumors are afloit,
and ther is'a p9ainful n6fheis -nI
It is stated,.upon goo4authoriy, thlt
.the Quartermpaster's Department has
received ordqrs to provide quarters in
this District for 10,000 trpops. The
shipment and sales of commissary stoves
that had been accumulated -ediritt
the war has ceased by dkcto*, with
the past two months.
Ka. DAvis' CAsz-%-Nio Titar. to
MoN T1 TO CoRX.--.T. Jollawing ,d
patch was doubtless dictated, or at least
suggested, by District-rAtitnty .ian.
41er, and may, thereforv.be regarded at
a4 official announcementa
FoTRas MoNaor, October 24.-Fdr
the present, at least, - and 'perhaps for
mouths to come,' the.qes.e of Jefferson
Djs will ocoupuyjIlst the sa*1. positioti,
aid another .term of the of the Uniiod'
Stat4es Uircuit Court will be ofered:.
go by withAt any aetion to h
prisoner bein taken the judial au
b'ItaLabi Otil Watl'U.
thorities.. e legal 'difficulis .it the
wey.of h'olding the court at RichIond,
in-oonseuenoeof the adjounment ,ftoi
Norfolki in June last, a-e'a seriou4etri
tpent to its proceedjqgs,.4pd it is hirdly
doubtful now tlh%t thp o,Tw1-.06t as.
senble net month in Riphmoud,g wa4
beroa .gnerally puppeed. Thi: in
volves.a furtiher postponetent ofAthe
tris4e Davis under the-4ndiet as d
treeast presented at-t1tg1ig gSfYtiI
Jircuit Court, and.A ;lJprobabi0ity 'he
l be kgp9 in . ,the entire
Winter an. nuilfA ' ,tetn qC, the
gnts ma Paibl4 Wd release hkb'
imakhse no6neme t ive @ledid s
when th.e Supremie Contdtof the~ tiaied
S .e m , ' ) bd to o
trial afideft he'
*Boug,rusuate * ni
startg E4posmof Radial Plots.
.WAjeT*oX,,. 009ba* 2,%0--hea
Pre-Y0entJohet was on Is. -Ctrip in
th**Wet, f, U-nitiSidte ltA ' nd two
t life parly, wogre apprea0ed . na
?sfo ar oV0ent ttit Mrnl-0,
who beo#4 Cdoel of- as I'dIa%- regi.
uent Urfg the Nto war and yfho.jq. now a
Captsib it the regular sarvice, and who
made the following startling ititement:
He bpd.been making spepep for 4dh 4.R.
publieans in Indiana in August lst ad at
the requedt, of Governor Fmletcher ;tMissed
rl, visited that .8ta ean O , de. oue'r two
dtiservaive sp-echep. lie was tQld by Go.
Fletoher that hie'speeohe woe too tame;
.th,a, t mqt, radiool of deplaratias were
watt in Missouri; thatthe people must
be told that, the repubtlcans . deided
that, the rebqls sho'uld ndt'ote And that. the
State was to be carried by toe 9 % if
necessary. Cov. Flotoei- p hk
that he hid thirty thousand .t .in the
State in loyal hand, and tbat .t egioulo
be used if necessary to carr tbg 'me. The
Indianian tald Gov. Fle'toh& shitE S aM a
republigan in principle,. but did e pqp.ppvq 0
of suob measures and wott -not,voeate
them. Governor Fietchl th' t him
niegly weak-kneed, and answered a. that
he would come into the 4rn49,4 p
whilo. A few nights su6siquedtlY e -was
presa.t en invitation.at a sedret.mnesuidg of
Radical lea'ders at the Lindell Ho.14 Aqbout
Ifty piominent Radical lenders ,wo - -s'
tIncluding Goveror tleihe, 'tNlis
souri, Governor Oglesby, of Ill. , and
.enator ates and John A. Iban- o nois,
The wholi pitu of the imp6asim'enWLt the
Presidnt was discussed, eien to .9 -
rangement of filling Washington with al
armed foree of 'Boys in - Bl," t itteet
C4gresq, and also to .deoid.wbo. ou1d
sudeed. Johneon In ase k-Vietiatnt
76Ater, ashis successor,. shodld tiet" iove
eqltally po"itive and pliable to Ithq A .. ;
the. Jacobins.. . Butler, Gverno0 efto",
of Tudiana; abd oihers ;we disou Bot
ler.was luaked upon vp lakiWg in ou ,
and Morton was feared #a bei,ug ft G t
tious for the purposes, pfshisoaspirators.
Gen. Grant was mentionLd.as too consdrva.
live, and Sherman wasecouied as a copper
bjea. Ftnally Spoater Xqas was del4ed
up ppsesing morp Itgriina.,apd less.
than any o xier avaiable - mah. If
enA Johnsoeof0rad evioueveeIstaee
4 PopSr dd .potec- ' ently, Yates
was (otbe pint is to contr[ alair.
Whe he waiabou6 g .Lhaii the
iaforMpus ij shi .enkq, WA .etques;od by
Gov.'Flotcher to ask Gov. Morton. of Indi
x*ayWhatausher of'am he-'unid spare
tioNisswosL 9q.. Mntoa?!rU , when
04 -ta 011 an dea'. tw $i o ".g
abot.onle hundred thouvand iid with lea.
y of a %%t j01i18 1h4,WT " "' would see
philt T141d lio efitire4, aindeonte4 with 61'ev.
letehm. Outi of ih'srcoeui,duAnee grew the
eqnarepoe of the Gotermoys #4 Pkilqdtlpbla,
;hlolgit 4oy well known,was for the purpost,
*on othonesf dieribuink arms throu3h
6nLt. h cotry. Outhide, of' siateient of
ifiso or hereisiudpb[tableqevidejace ir}be
Wads-of Pteeldent Johns/i 'o06lits 'edet,t
fitAbui4ol of laigr ..quanitief of uam$
loresghout the Nofolwep o vatiou. prey
exte, all of which,. lidweter, are legal and
While the slat t(aoUsar4atir ef this sto
ry caudes ii to be inarednnsly. rpoeve,4 by
many, the character of the o0ier iniing
thu stat4eat, tho known 4#* y4te charso.
tor .of.the iNaders imtpliceted la to soleme,
ad maoh'corioborativeifdii ' received,
daue 4. to bagenerally b1llted am6ng the
Prosideni's. adherants.-Cor.; New York
. zzEAsj.&Advies from Nebas
iCstat that the giln orAp .is larg6r
thal' eer before, the average yield of
'wheat beingforty buWes to. the aUre.
qperarlmerman. is. hurrying forweid
trogm the so aes of Indian out
o.,.sdvie. o 0o Sopember 12,
bay beuFipeivqd,,4 , i stted
thei ee re.amre fv Tycoon
S4& bdk Amsof' gtes 'energy of
eaaioter4 and in favok of :-f6reignU '
terootree. - . -
g delu to ees howd-ho is
a oltisen of the world, and that the
es d -aud out out :ftrothd
. ti a.continht~ .thaj joints
* .. *
From BilINore-AlkNAPO1,S, Oct-,'20.
Thwinveeqa ian a f the .aarges against the
Poice-Co liisioners commenced this morn
tug - Th Governor claims jurisdiction to
try the 6ase aM. pa#a judgment, and will
*i at dicision not later than Wednedty.
If-.I announced that ifin the oote of
the investigation the Innocence or guilt ap=
peas he would act instantly.
Fr6ns Canada-TonoTo,. Oct. 26.-It is
'umored that at attempt wil? be made to
reso4e tynch, who wasyesterday sentenced
Pardoned-WAsIoT2oTN, October 26.
The President ha ordered a pardon to be
issued to it. Trenholm, Sooret dry of the
Treasury of the late Confederate States.
tmda Pasoner Sentenced to be Hung
Toiosp October 26.-Colonot Lynch,a
Fenie 'pri*ner, has been sentenced to be
bun; on Ahi, 8th of December.
-"Lection h West Virginia-WnuSLING,
October 20.-The election yesterday shows
gains, on the vote for the Constitutional
Amendment last May. ,
Boorman has been elected Governor and
-A Herald Pr6diotion.
The New York Herald digposes' of the
present political crisis in the Following off.
hand Podsnap manner:
A p'olitical ievolution must, however, take
place shortly that will inark the lines of the
arties fqr. the nekt qtiarter of a century in
his country. In the,13outAern 8tates, there
dill'pring up two- dratinut factions-the
one opposilg the other favoring that settle.
tent of the question of re .tortion. The
former will embrace ali the old flie-eaters
aud worb-Out political hacks who are set
aside by the constitutional amepdment, and
who desire still to 'figure . on, the public
stags and feed at the public crib. The lat
t?r wIiL comprise the .new generation-tiie
young "'On of theSouth.whp went into the
at through re4kless gAllantry, and the
"iet. respeetbl*;eix*ns who- desire to*see
peace and prosperity restord .to their
states. These parties will contend for a
poitlical tastery at the South among them.
selves,.and it is easy to predict which side
will *in. In the Northern States, the linen
will be drawn between the- radical Jacobine
and the Republicans. The former, proba
b)y at the'.next session,. or certqinly injho
next Contgress, led.by Butler, Phillips and
stevels'.ill proclaim their prograilne of
Abolishing the - 06uititution, plaol1g the
executive as well se legislative power in- the
and of Cgogrees. and seiting upon the
Oovernets of all the Southern Sta(es and
olding thim as subdued provinces. The
ipublisans wfil dtaw off in a distinot. con.
Servative party agatnes the Jacobin radlels,
ud the lZte Demoerats, tot ally demolibeed
ond wiped out.as an organisIatIn ib th1e
dections of this year,. will select theitrp...
a in one or other of these inew divi'one.
tventually, the Southern constitutional
amendment party willF combine with the
Republican party an6dform tho"great na.
tional organisation that will elect the next
President and rule the itation fcr the next
4uarter of a century.
This breaking. up and reforiat on of 9
ltical organizations will be more coMplete
slid distinct than anything of the kind $Pat
has occurred in this country since the'ror.
nation of the old Republican and Federal
rties., It will be greater And morosweep
ng than tat, as the tation is more 'pFwer.
f. ad lIe isoses tuore vital than they were
In thss early days of the' republic. This
is the revolution thit" is in store for us. It
will be a poacelul bue ;- but who can esti.
mate, the ,uportance ofitresults?
.W41o:11Alt 'Is WAIR.-it the recent
onrel ,qoldiejs' co4v,Ation atPlittsburg,
the 1llowing Ncenes occurred: .
Major-Wilsoh, of Iqdina; Raid he observi
ei 1 tl5%eeae.o Yisala and Kansas
oull be w4l4e 1hat thle first fighting
py Abe joafflat, justndod occured - betWen
isse two 8tetas,- at -Harper's Ferry. In
eder'thet.Sf,e hthibl'e Indilidtial at, -the
Wbit4 vousemight have vsesthinu to shed
tqrp:ver he au ges4d three e ees for
A Pilegatoe-Yak may 'ikke thirk take a
Mjor Wiluou-Yes; I move ,that, they
take a hug:
Th t.hai'man-MaJor Wilop anoyes thsat
for effect.' rziaunh J The humibie iydi.
tiduAl at 'Wahblwg blja.f:ha,j thei caube
confiet, lieW reb~ e "Bogg iqKBlue.
,il. JAiprgws e*yl.tAabnettiaU
Sby li aidtIfkat' vhyng ndot
s1cepedition lato VirgItie 4 feels-se
-eaf a ii'etb
Ordibary dketisevients, dooupyidg not
more than ten lines. (one square,) will be
inserted in THE NEWS. at $1.00 for the
Brat Rasertion and 75 cents for eah sub
Larger adve.jseennts, when no contract
Is made, will be charged' in exact propor
For inuouncing a candidate to any offlco
of profit, honor or trust, $10.00.
Marriag'e, 6bituary Notices, &., wilt be'
charged the sarne as advertisements, Whutr
over ten lines. and mtist%be paid for whew,
handed In, or they will not appear.
Tim AfENDMENT.-The New York
Post commends the South, in a mild
abd conciliatoty manWver, to accept
the constitutional amendment.- The
New Orleans Tims says, in reply,o
the Post: We will very frankly in
form the kindly Post why that amend
ment doesnot suit our views in- this
quar.terzy and why the adoption of it
does not seem to afford us much pros
pect of. additional comfort and advap
tag.- ri the first place, the people of
the South, through the whole of their
history,-have been a -Constitution
loving people, and the amendnent in
.question haviqg been proposed, as
they conceive,. by* an ilegallyorga
ized Congress, is itself a wholi ud
constitutional ptooeeding, to-which no
loyal people can, entertainii$ a pro
per rtspect for the Constitution,, con
sent, without doing viole-ce to their
consciences. Second, even if the'
amendment were proposed under the
regular formi of. the Constitiation,
(which it is not,) . Congress has given
no assurance to the Southern States of
their restoration to the Union, in con
sequence.of their ratilcation of it.
Thirdly, the amendment disfrancljises',
and renders ineligible to any office,
State or Federal, nearly the entir6'
population of the Southern States.
- NQT FRIGHTENED.-The Washing
ton correspondent of the Richmond Ex
am nor says:
"The -President was toid, the other
day, by. one of the mostr eminent of
the conservative Itepublican Senators,
that he would be impeached and re
moved; that nothing at his command
could now. prevent it. The President
could not.see it. He .talks politics
freely with all comers, who are chief
ly office-beggars and sycophants, and
are interested in decei.ving him. 'His
'rbliaico'upon the people- is still'his
leading characteristic, and the people
are against him, except those whose
aid can do him no good.
Thii is an adinission that the Presi
dent h9s not been disturbed' by the
threatt of impeachment which hive
0ianated from Wendell Phillips.
They'dy pursue-him with unflagging .
malice'an8 hatred, but if he maintains.
his firmnass and still* further liberal
izce the policy of the administration,
he, will defeat the machisations of
personal and political. ftre,.a% well as
redeem the .country'.
* TUNNVLN TAE -Mississippi.-The
Amorigan. Railway Tiie s sys
The.project of bridging the "Jath
.er-of Waters" at St. Louis has met
with uiciA strenuous objection that it
has been abando'ned, and the railway
companies whose -roa-ds centre there,.
have conceived the idea of tunneling
the river . Conisnt to construct .the
work will ho asked of Congress, 'and
'as soon as It is obtained, it is proposed
to begin the work.. The cost is esti
nmated at $8,00,000, and the time re
q uired 'for the completion of the work
th.ree years. The tunnel will . not be
more than three-fourths of a mile.
A botmnon.sense writer of the South
s ya, "we cau:so longer afford to buy
iith ready money every lucifer match,
*nail, axe, shoe, peg, saddlo,wagen, hat
'and everythiing else we need, from the
$orth'." That's it i make such thingsar
knd if y.on display half the genius end
*industryv you . exhbited during the
artthe'inhnufaceiro of powder~ aiid
other war material,.you will' be re
construotedl in-spite of the politiciais. . -
John ihight deinered a telling ora~
tionat' e 'fnpnater"'reform demontra
tloion i ogds. Headvooatesmaalsood .
sufffag and a9 uitmate valg of' the
peoul ef'Efiilnd and Anierisa. His -
speer. at a 'descent froiti th'e eoiguor
or't vhy hip ?igi'd d as aOnemsMrninig
thfh4iereditary aristocrsey aisablass,
I.eprM*o!Pt*. a tak nt,
.th'shghf4Hbbre oi t al t