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irmni lie New Yoric D):Y I'rml._
4E,M0 0ATTVI OA MPAIGN SC0N. I
iY It:N. rli \NK I I N.
o'mo rally rolnl l t e lo113t-ol's (: ,
Atol itch f lie peo)ple's .4mig,.
0r- 'our 1 our parly h:ttle-cry,
i liviborns loitil and Imig.
I-Fir Seylnoir, idir mian \iet ory,',
h ns eli 11ponl the lir,
IN fill heard inl cechoes Ioill anl llg,
*,Por Seymnour and for Bilair."
Cinouvs -P''r Svyinom;, litair and \'ict ory,1
We lleet ntli fight a muigllIy h9ost,
A loosit o every~ hue,
latt Truiit t mi lllig will nierve Its on,
Atil bestr is I rvv l Irg hrugh,
Vor Supymur onl Ihm fortim huy.4
Ant 14 liair onl ilinoy A a fiilhl,
-To these lI 11y'll ne(Verl yieO.I.
ClIol-ls-.For 6eylilurti, Mlair :11'1 Vithory,
(Out- fl:lg fli-lts proldly Onl 11lie bi ce70,
Ifs mnolO waves on hligh
"The :nslini ionl anl l fit!h I'aw,
Iy lie 4 we 'ive ate! flie !"
)m 0- y1imiur ;ill Mal lil y bloyl,
I)i ilNiclhl that h1nnervi Ilever. ;
'I Io-irIs.:tlwart :rinls will be,:tar it up1)
ITill liII aI hl : shall s l'ver.
Cloltus---'>i Seytloilr, l"kit ltl \icbwtl,
The I Allyil ery i:hli ar-l af.I r,
New Eniflanll's "fraleh. hi ls .
Thle Wve:4ternI l:hilw, 'en 11ho poor 8,u)IIII
The air with chorulill I,
'I-'V e:oraol. fvplurl :114lwair1, lily boy!,
WI lelw till.h Islg I-wI-.
li' ti l e ' lr' wo 1 i o .' !
( ' v I ll 1:r o i. Ivil .
C il t l -For -111y ialur, i al ict y,
Then shou l'or Fevinour a I' or lltr
I" 111I':11lill v.-o I or d"t
sw lit t t Ill yin g l --
IThe S:pn:litu iln ac ila,
i ! Ih: llf li te r 11 f s- lie sl l icr ;l
Tlingrh power. ampreme,
Arel pililihtl l s tiols h--, !1v3m-Y,
C i' taV ' or, I n 1 u111 ir llir ni l o'i.yil,
lN - !V Ivi a t he Ita re he we p
c e ) ou l i ll l o11 1 ie - ,
1-ilr lS v IIIIIII :1111.1 I ;-\. 1.. !
C l-'orus ymur illl vr lil , 11111 V loy,
OjIllIw vot ill tho a . C itl
AsCi ioid,r-iu ld munh ( Iit - (if!: , Dr iocrnt
I i ves fh .i ou lt iivhO i opIal o, Piil -
I1111-cis-o eyniu, ii and Itltlml los
Heuti, it 1 h'i,it;Siu l (111 llr1 V VtIt l
i'g*l * h in g it -1 ftilrnnlii-i. a l iitr o.i
Onlor i Jl' ram the eln i Nllerelie. Co
'!'!Votd :)trhlc tt oa il t
Atoidere aand 11oeral l
te memb:W, 11 f1 tho 1) -invallr, foa iv,
w'ci li Celei'i n t ii lE'i'i OiC ViS. It.:'-n l
d Il l lit./ tesl tld ~ j; IIlIbl
At-iv' fre Tl N iOll's of (Of eje nt
t.nuc;,i Andeson.I ii SpatanburiI'glbanen, r,l
b:m' recils irclled iim i
LHt t alis r.mm11(i, 1n Tursday gliieen.
diicd -b 1w\lr IlI rCS1, of ou ri ic,
w'ecre m11y1 .0Cl e*med by1 thGII-II, N ill
ro r,11 a a1 g andn. 101 ne l r etini r civi -n
vrsalltlioney.' ensui Ilvoted rc'iidilpll t
. rtei tat-, nd t twv besit mena o r . thei
AhsI lg t tpropor stiof VIthse1 tresn
aml weri'sot i henl Ilo wah'C marIo: .
acy srtheygi persnl th1'c'm~slvi:, 1i3
gevined aey conlssideriIabh-c~ vmount ol
<)xremesc oif theu lStae (The11 coun 1t yis
up amo the 511 Ii. ontis amlld''l ll em
li of tfory ithe extreen tohbees
ringid bylS i001 teat biowv' wave of:111 th s''
Alan tigt, weLlr oth 1it r,sented by' Oltheli
)na itor andlt:t Illpresentat~ ies. 1". wa11
lfstatedo (that i the Cod ieslof ()elboc
'In-r''se wer manyrs.- ,, thouand of nest tes
b.oul, rompIsing leryOi Io aily. ofsi,
lnhidloig the Irih bo~tu oms ah mitdl
)mg trvaleoI, the ark-lik glde and1
mie'CCrses it m1inesd o ioinlead~
w*ith th1,Ile reach of Ilever eiorhood.tn
Th ellimateWlul o was llmsorpasd ifor ilsa
lubritye, bth sexwate 10 ter threi sweeit,
nes ant ur,on the landsIlCLi13 hsifIIUI celid
conuguIIaous, toethe r, ClO i continlin
thoCnd c~ ad fot x thusn acresd respe
toniof gamiraceI of old.t appiemo
of ailcter e l so fl oted for. ilmoir fur
ohy ulpar-tinlariy the Waxhlav.
11racl, which i- <h4-eml)d (of in x : tbe
c:i' . Ir may bI had nil thai,)
eloll capale o1.f pro-Intiing a bale ofr
vollon or.111. h irty b whel ofl Cornl to th
-wr, at. froi Lwo to thre dulla...
I iil'' ~' ill :ethel,cu! eel01111
rm lorr v we h er n of th (!I ie
eI ni e i -ries' ther bonhlsI.:- a
eli,t,reel tY i Cht Tlel rl ih ,ei. t hell,
Waca: thull 111( \"dwer 'treamlc' with,
l ilhir abun11,:1 11 irop.- (of e l ic , 1ie 1 a d colr1
d tw i c o'I:I iblel' (.1;il of IwIl, :11 t1 Ilhe
aboilan'oe lef. ve lea lee re11111s n!
fow c atl! ais river o rs . Th
uel ilto.II rell mall n ri t Ili e i re 3' vIy (I:
romitil. Lanld inl .florry Commllanl, , . t from
It n to 11 oll. f thro do11i; 11 p Jer
.\lb h>n wa - &:) madll to th -
l fi th a e h lole rin g o f C(h e i S il -
-1(),~ Il G mvar
In, ietet ('olllI.i r t) W aterle, lte and IClt
V'c. D) v er on whLi+. by th 1:.
S1ieo (. of propor enlmianki~wlil' ImIlanv
l111; ill. ol C~I V. or I tcl(.l' F-1-11e' litil,
b'ee' rochililvd' ft I Co ' leiI~i Ct
w;iI'''Ile'elte clitil- of,lii':Clt!'
po-Iol f tIe feilt' i t(- 11)C M ly v .Al
('4l1I f li()tll Ow 'T11,11 (im (el 'I.-I"
AVP a t h l, . Ie n1111A ewl I l I< hscoe r
ed pholhales ne rk-llyin- lt: vicinit.y of
a lr:- portion eof oiur ; .".aboard, werle
al l > l l in Ih: 'l,:tlly thil sui bj, o' ct, of ConVr'.
I,;l o I11iI il'.o
t o r toelope m ntll of' ill
lion of lwe' -f0), 1e I .o capital weI
tiei-ili 112 il.e, and thw.w. it was
ltllo tl woeld IhIt i fe' ollow tit' iadvenltl
of p-11111ih-: l fa trlml ilt. , aill thll,- er
Itor S10f4 hat11.lo he was1 . inl rvwcipll. tf
!i hf .lers, con 'iit i i i lturivz r,e
t e v I i ri I s of the s i.e i and
hllt i red thlat Ih tillm w t, ).t
diAnill. wilen thwro wolnhl b" a raId(
influx of calli ta:l ant ii -elit I [rin
lio .nd1I nd'1 wichwu' l I e
" i e ': l y it m i i i a l e d a l p ] I . i l i a'n d 1 .
i 1 4n - in- 1ien of iIm i lue I Ii . IZ;eI. te
;I!;u It(-u- \i.u wn1.-Th
(I - e./ il-.' ." ( il l b- I at'
I)s II1 -o h 11'- Ih -1 C01 Il I IIIma;P
il' Ilww y
l Ieovlt,h rlY bl'! 'hI Il!z(Iql ii-m o lel n fi.
C e mb r . :ti'lo'"l e yit a l ol 1ll te , 1pel lIl %
tol1el Ili e-4 1. e r he p r -i m3or
thorngh p:l or nizill1-clorvilve o tnm.lbo -t th<
( 1t t'a :h:ui a ' h: tt tve benn l l-lo r , ;vo l
T h o iti no t m 11 l ( l.
th:11 O I'l rio mli ,ee al l.ch od wh an pl-1 b 1 --n
buIt by1llit tll ( p r141 i npllli o l t i lle i r
(lieni ;alo and 1,1er 0I I riti (i Wn voy
ile:a iileh-ceir: man mlien lwheeo* r
li(,i il k, Cl t 'devia l ltilt-111 tr!Ia l, ti 1t 111ih
,li tp el no b I I,(, it-op lio ; I ittit'
3l t I . a(itt'I' idti(-fic I o f wl'' l. o fi Citel
i '.. Th i. tetimb rliel nI m . of'
Oel*C01fi lc o ct its Stic os:s: I t i t, 'i,
ch: . t(w(H' I w ly : mt.I w i h it, ls to
ot'o a t IC e e *O alit hVIT l, Ontiam , to . iv
the~~~~~ I( State aermvr rpeew
"':('tnel--the gatlt he , rjum-te ad t tt'timl
Wlfl he ipopl bvi I lbdil me t t It
huggmi at s of ieefl( tperelis, :of1 Maw
(I . Th nwt r: C to greatt danlgor sI aln
Ii ll tiel fincIte ar t o r Cs atgo I
woriat' lroncgll r the o St a toe arouse
our i l t ftrom. eai'lcU m ine n,laen-~
ek :(nIa I by ;otat gort langerr'i iare
as'e nitet U.wace,ls rc, u
thofrstble meldntitl ocehts insac ci ie
rit vrof Tritd, Troer Ithe space
of'fistssin vd,; thnu e d hait butlce r '
w 1ithrs a o kn i e o a-ln. on . 1
The10 Way to Peaco.
The f'ollowing extrct. is takem from a
wochb recontly di-liveredI tt D ay tonl,
Ih o by one . ( . I1'. \ -.a1land1 i h m . :11
Deeluponl it, g.n1tic'mMen, nV party
,1hf oinl) e.mnlitinig celmnlt is a
yip;IIIhy of liltred, cali ever. be permw
vot ill IoV(Irl (11, or *Vl in x('NitOIce.
\\it h large! mu111 it misof mni, IIk
i ito lI.ato wai the cotliiroling lmulive
birour_,hout ! the kto civil war, and hlas
ontihud to 'ven Ilw at every stop
'i ti'r Bitetii nat eco str 't nn. } 1
ril. a ill: l l r. p-t f:tr n i.I " dangerosi
haw of "holhan, tho mso alifn 1'.or
hli t! 1-4 b ro(! V q:Ir's ht : bo'-In Ili,- po-r
0 fuation of, I1-pi-li r b lhn,lgh
Ih(, no.-" r'w. z I ih i . , . 'T') this iNt's.
St 44 l l t v ( aI' I I j, I i jl
iod :fii th p. anc ,.f i t - n'r
'as beu s 1 :1h11 y41-14-1 -- : - v .o r' .
1 4, all mmiti , la .I l 1i f ' )
ethewr dird,4. a il .at,-d
i thpir edol i toe vlabliAh i j-, g.I .
Ji . u(<iahi:y in !i- Nori h :im l \Ve
bey IIv(-nr. nIa wili pli '-II i - y in their
1 a11formI proclai,. I at, It'-e Ich Stw -
hmll reg-ulkle 44Ct for itt1l, while at1,
ihe iot th 4h.'i:o fu ehiji- .b:1ll bw
Il l11A.i l by I il If W y ' -4 . I Tii
0d S a t. ; . A -- it, !! l 11.4; dmlbl
notiv% of hI te win. I Ith 11:1 14d l l mainl
amit part n .-:I,;1pri mnavy, Ithey have dis
ranchim.v a lm I vv 11,j 1 y tf lihe white
op i4(ti'm 44f th-. i I 1St te. and
otlirred upon it h44 . - by .\, of
on.grl s, the~ :iiv l i t and tlel ati
I(!e p:int Ilu fit bayonm., Iavo pr:1a' Oc d.
d to e a l s os vt,i 'iiaw t;qvt-rn
-elt 1, control:d by no-gr lws or1. 1 ; I
lventurer1 e:11wr uh n III - -m1ore. ;o.
offrners, btird firpsip% and very la
rd a11. that ; od :') 0 h v "01ne thrg,011 h1
Il Inion ani,] If,. righ j f n p . .ato
SIle , lmlv anl' I 11I IlS4 .--" aldL [i
l, n'. In h11"'.r en hanz ti.
' I I tI c I nII I i i.Is en 111:,1, 11t11i ,
II-h - I o col I ,m -1 T! ... t I . th.l I' i .v
C lom (iIl -y (i I44 lif' u"14)!ll 41 ) Illcs()4 -
i loranillt ruti-h ro
l1va I pl Jw' ( I.-' it, v n.I t ill I o
)n1i ( m . . h(114 ( Xl1 4.o, u O 4 ee n V 11'
"'hmice for Prenilint.
Yes, gointhio , t I li
Lm:u I ' b-con.Ost - 41 8 -i\ t :nim e ld by
ain l t y1 10 for. wh.wh yoll pay l.-. '..
,I' oft , 4 )11 1 I ar nlfing-, hld a illit
ofn g o nin I, t b tr.dt,ln ,r m o e
by I' so etn i:oso n!ventlirnm i n
loalors fl-ml 1 lheI! 1N hd. n1d \iv.T, wil
contlol as i.:1 1i y v l ,r vott -i a miii
laml of whi-l, 1 -0 IllA invi Io , o
or O, s-ciall., of th:a cMc, 1 o i .d 1
lklgroe:l. a h-(Itr a ll .\ t p t' ln'res ani
Ith-ou t1he (l arid I li, 11* 11ry is1 Ia citi
:IIn of, 111i t lmi n 1; \'Iog a (4 is ! .l-li t
Iwire : S 111al 1 . l he b bvcomil ai pa
"-1--p i N i:h1 1 'ar nI is ver,,Ih ol
now, .I i t 111 I. Cbl! to clnrie hel
: d rap ( -t mi- r l owniAhip in l f'a
Li'ctui He nry, ib chiogl colid bii ,
ComiptIled t. uailtainl him w" a ubI)11(o
eAre.znd mlorecon-r., (-m.ral \VilI
bid W arn m., a Il)You coldfilre of hi:
fg (> i, I . ii ' I obs v i, tIi ie
'h-e1ed.aI' !Iaid.' i S moil"1 r frolli
Thse lre, I1h0e il gi of the .1 !wpllbli
Ill par arl -Ind i'not mar1.!ol illmil
E ye, t Ihey are a .tIt c l4 )VO i y ,'v8 )
14eklo These a", a part. of I ho hils;
ings over whicor the ChVsiagouplfo
ixul 4, am I Illpc1oman--e, mII tr, imle0
a mu'I0l8tid.o P&os whib ilm pnuc,wih
1004n th11 elecInokst .i.o Adsas'9
lien tat, the catinse were revesd aid
war~nyio of :l'st nginst1 hon inrtic
Wesht, andI4T) had' gcpflb-, li ore amL
wI'i Ol ldals9in the liitn,tner iu og
ouponc you 1gain, ourwl the oiai~ a
1846--A mericans all, whose faImo is
lle patriionly of' the wIhol countrv.
'his is pence; this is Union ; this tIone
is tho blessotd vision olt Ihe r and.
prophelt.3 Of'111 ago gone by. One Coll.
stitiion, one .country, one Destiny I
LIN1 IOa-rioN.---Tere ire wiite laborers
to be hI throngh Northern agencies, nud
recently a gentlenan from Newberry has
obtlaied sone twenty Geims fiom Now
York. I had made arrniments wit a
geitlman in P'o-'nsy:vwia to furnish 1-ibor
of all kinds. and of a coninjundable charac.
lei to such planters as woull comply With
his lermwl, whIielh It-.>nsb-Ie Vel-vey r'A30on
ai le- Ca C: imni:,h yol his ad Iress, fus
also fill- aiddreIs of ohil b agents. nl t I :tn
d <.:idvdly of o-inion ,ilit our re,m1scillIionl
dopeni 11f ponl t he ifillligrnlio,n of "Inll
1:liliheq, who vviol1 6, 1r1iy, if wvell tlt ed
ald pr"sperous, be 6d.,pO l by rh-lbl I
borters and ellivicnt ineAihaniIs, and by de
gres4 supply our wants , ndo I repet-, no in.
ducemenIs Onl our pal I canl bu too liberal,
no macrifce too great loobtin ihis objeut.
To bie flly undlerstwid, I wotild respeciltilly
1ofilest you to orgamiz,!a socieyat Oh-ange
burg, no (nli ly for. Ille en1ouragemnen of ii
migration, btll, o vnvol ir Ige a1 V:k rieIty fI I
igricullural aind in lsirial pursui14 to re
giMter as many Alans and ut ns fAvorable
rates am po ssible, alld eomlbine Ior the(,- inlro
dut ion aind proper r)nllmn'erti'Ion' or while
labor, &c, %e, an.' henl ol file haven aCopy
of your registry for piblicat ion, ; inform mne
at 0 at n" early tbhy Uf hoat 1:etbye yof
will Watl, and whl-tt wag-:4 youl will pay
tIeom, or what ont ra:I:s you will make, nud
if you can Heenre ther Immssage guarantee
aecording to miy cirnItr.
If our people v,'tiia ak less or pi' ities
and lmore of homeiv wvanils, if they wiould
pend Ih l thtime and maku half the a.
I ltices for the genera inj" muoral reTxnY4ka
lion, v;bhich I Oily :r- t1e4-ring flor political
V Vce"s, wye ll ight rook asnured, that il nOl
dislla t day we w.14ll w nce1 Ic ore halolly1
contented and power Iful.
'11'11IllI a in re pt' ally,1 l o SlilO'l
Oeur Owdi t sra
JMI.N .\. W.\WEN-:R.
An.11.11rI C0in o'Vollig oe0.--TheI rej'oic
ing over (he dlew: of .Jwe lBrown and, FuH,
ler l1odgelt exe"S nuything of the kil
ever kniown. Last nighJt there was an imt
lu'nse 41monlstraitionl in roillt orl thie Unil eI
:41aes Hotel, whIich was graced by as 111an13
hadies as Could crowd the Whn.ows amd bal
41,0lieq, aind speceble-4 wele inade bly (len3
Gorionl, Dr. Miller an several olhers, u11nti
mbhuight, when hll! crowd dispersea. 110
irosn l illuiionis :Whed tG the excile
Itoci aniel c1nthuial, whieh seemed i os1
se.; every one pr li. And well il
the(,N -oplo rejoice, for it certainly was I
13eat trillumph, wheno , it is relioe bere<l 11ha
Ilillock lol plaed the entire pilronage o
I he poale ao !lhe di-q-ls.dl of, Brown. ThAwr
is umdonhted evidlence of Juigeships aml
od ig'I offices being 1-ifded away 11 o
ioll 1es. A cerilain Mr. D., from lla coulnill.
Whol wum rpoeed a3 a INWWMoca" was Noum
lo e pturAwable, and Dr. Wills 111 other:
of' his 0-1vnds were sent for by B1rown anq
Iol to go to work (n him. 'I hey were sute
vessful.an.1 anr. Wills is saidl to have r
t e1 1 home with thl e appointml ent in Ilk:
iomik of Princiyal Keeer o ihe nIiten
:iarY. (Ha gt. diyto be inside.) Tor1
ain Ses.ions on thlie Brtutswick Circuit
I l n ih 1ill illy acknowledged 11thet h le (
tou ; anl bl ord, a, 11(al110 also traded. Ti
Iriho was ofered in gret maoal ny othel
eases, hul in these we knlio;w it was; accepled
Nnil inally, from1 spa!'Jild g, is woring. Vor.I
hard forl his lieotl ane p ile rt. b. T. Doyal
and11 altou0 ewares e,11in the 11101.9oria11
wh oented;comesto tn toule 1 contentow
10s1 C he' .lust iet.V ul J0'S Ilblt
na~i~l and sproerty of4 eheNrth hvi bug
gone argumsaet agavinnthe elet i i'of S
mlour ad lthwilir. That1 arumt, ioa lled
frthteha oierocathitc bckiae ron sop
otd bn tich Souatern men1 as loompton
bth'erre, T lot.b oo em irand Wise. Coo
gros, tresor, the isuninistsontend JiIoy
modure1l'lai are1 "orebhes atoll ly
hao ioeun "re bot. " f thsre fre,wh
tare thoy suporntdo botih.o" in e
asiSgarte ofrii,lioy,dfer adeort,
iai, artousand tof bes of similm
inherty bcor witr t an and Cofr
[from the Aseociate Je:fornmd Presbyteri<ml.]
Letter from Mobilo,
WAIMor AVNUE, Moiln.l-, June 21, 1808.
Mni. E.t"mron: Having seen by' chance a
copy of the As-lociale leformed Prcsbytcrian,
dat(ed Nlay 22nd, it was with pleansure that
I read therein an article entitled "a plea
for Scotch emigrants." Indeed, I was so
well pleasel with Ii he spirit of the artiole,
t hat I felt it. a duly to ask a place in your
valuable paper for a few remarks, Being
myself a Scoth emigrant, lately imported
by the well-known firm of Montgomcry &
McCarthy, of this city, I am able to speak
-dvisedly upon tie sulijoct of immigration.
If the farim-laboring cliss thoroughly
iuu lerstood Ithe characler of, tile climate,
the advantages to be gainied by emigrating
to the Somthil, an 11lpecially i they poiseeml
currect intorionialion in respeot to tle South
erit people--ilicr kind mid generous trent.
Inpi. of 'lhe laboring class, &e., &c., !here
wo1uhi he no Iroul le inl getting plenty of
good Imeii -hoti labrers an e yradiesmn of
ev.ry <leseription. lint I am sorty to say
that a gre-l. imunber ofr thi- working cascs
ill Scotland believe tlie Soulhern 8tates are
very hot and iniealthly. Ainoiher very
great drawb.ack is, llhy nre thl the South
Cr1 meli ate very great lyrants. uptlead of
har-i Irea lI ment, Imyself and wife have
rpeveival sueh kindness and generosity as
we cn nevet forget.
l p1po111-linting well known agents in Scot
linI, and1. circ iiiig reliabl' inlforiation
in reference to 1 he Sout hi, t housands of firt,
rate men could be imported to tile Southorn I
States, who, I have Ito doubt, (inl caso of
dn1ger) woutl be first in the field and the
lwst to heave it.
Thankilig the writer for the artile above
I am, very respecfully,
llm-rAr, .MNnltlFl 1N Cor.iao.-About
hitlf.put, 12 ol'c on Smdy morning,
the 2-1 instant, says the Ph/wnix, a diliculty
occurred, near the South-west corner of
Senate anud Lincoln strees, and pistols
MTOe discharged indiscriminately--about
twenty roIunilds hmving been fired. Mr. Dal
Ias 1'. Smit, a peaceably disposed young
man, vimiloyed in the post oflice, r3c7cived a
IIlet wound 1uner1mc tite left eye, from file
elect. or whiochl he died yesterday morning,
Just Iwenty f'our hours after rceiving the
wom.The unfortnunate m1an had but few
eid intervah', during which he could uni
derstand what. was said to him". lie told
his mother that it was a black mian twho shot
While persons who were on tire spOt as.
sert that colored men were in fhe streets,
firing indiscriminately at all whites who ap
peared. Two white lien testify (iat they
were brought up sIanldig with a istol
presented- at their heads.
W. B. Nash, who claims to ho Senator
- from Itichland District, a4ser(ed on Satur
I daY night, and again yesterday aflernoon,
Lt ha t 1-members of the LegilAhure could not
I be arrestat.'' J moseph I>ward, i colored
nam, who h:l been loging in the Iicks'
hos,dis applared, but was overhautled at
Kingsville, 1m11 was brought to Colinhia
Ider Itrre!t, yest erny ; lit was imeile
diately reased. Although a brutal mur
ee has bee m committed, no one is in con
I finement. The prevailing opmtion is that
- the young men were in search of several
brothels locainl on Sinatoc strent, and by
mistake otered a colored boarding house.
All he imnates seemed armed, aid com1
ImenceI anl iIliscrtiti nate tiring Ott tihe in
trulers. It is believed that witnesses who
are in be e.xaniued lo day will Widt th
imturder. Young Smhit laves a wihowed
it1mhoter. brothert and several sisterS.
Te hioui:e in tronit of which youtng SmtithI
Iwas iaurderedl secuts to be a particularly
unlfort unate butilditng. Thie formerci owner
died ini it tromi lhe effects of' goun, shot
woruels ; hiis witf' camtet to her dieath un tdetr
peeniliar' circ utmsitnces ;atnd now~ ani uniot.
f'endintg citiaen is murdseredl itt front of' the
"L,t'r Us II.ts PlicA.".-- Urant says:
''lP;ece and1 ii versal pr'osperity, its sen
itenco, withf econmy of a diniistrtatiotn,
wil! lighten the b ii r d e ir of taxa
while it cotist anti'clyeces thle ttational
debt. Let uis hqvo petee.'
G enteral I). it. If ill, in t he !,.'od We IoLe
li tis Inakes lhe imnngie ut teranice to task andI
-V What is nominaitivie to 'evill cttlighten ?'
Do you aniswer 'peace aiid pr'osperity ?'
Whfat the doetilts thle 'it.' refer' to in thle neCxt:
line ? Tfhere is a plural somtethin ig, which
Sis to ceniliteni the burdent of taxat ion, and
thetre is a sinigulart something, wich is to
reduce thle tnational debt. Will somec loyal
gramamariani explaini whlat if is all about ?
In Ihe precedling clause to the one under
cons.ideration, the General says: 'I always
hlave r'espected that will and always shall.'
Will the same loyal scholhar explain what
the 'shall' r'eferts to? i)oes lie mtean to say
that he alw.ays 'eball have respected it ? I?
Inot, whmoso gtaramr has lie used'? ,Let us
have light' as well as 'peace.'"
f'tornon. s Goos E OnK P'Antstr.---Cor
onetr Whitinig yester'day recolted informia.
Ition of a murder, said. to have been commit.
ted on Sunday night at the planttation of
Major C. W. Graves, in Goose Creek Parish,
about. 17 mtiles from the city. The victinm
is a freedwomtan, namied Juno Thouis, r1.nd
.was stabbed in the head anid breast with a
dirk -knife bi yanothier negr'o woman,- namped
Molsey Pringle, from Ilhe effoots of whichb
she died in about an hour. Jealousy Is
[ is said to have been the motive of t his deed
Miolsey was imtinediately arresfed by a ne,
giro inmn, nmed itanuomo Bloiso, who had
charge of the plantatlin, aind who btroutght
her' to the city. The Coroner beling notified
commited her to jail, to await the tresult of
the investigation. which will )e eommiienced
ihis moroinig.- Courier, 4fth.
As EReisc , .I,tA-rie '---A n inmtate of the
Lunatic Asylum In Coltumbia, who had es'
capod-thert'irom some time ini June last,
.was- captutred yesterday by the Detetivo of
floors. iIe had-made his escapo, and em
barked in~ a small beat ont tho-Saluda Rivi'.
From that timo nothiing had been hearWd of
him, and it is supposed that he ,lurie
thrtough thte swamps. On- Saturdayr infor
mation was lodged at the DeteOt-ive.ffioo, of
his preseno in the city; aitd oli yeslerd y
the unfortunate man Was art'estod, and wiln
probably remtahtj in cislo'dy until arrange
ments can~ be made to send himi 6ack to tIme
Asylum. H-o WAS very docile when eaptur.
edl and dhd nol.apo.ar to be A all iagano,
Charlaton Courier. 4th*
New York.orrospondenoe of tho 0 a ar1os
In this connection a word of adinonittoi
is greatly needed. It is important for th,
Southern people to tuders(and. It is os
sential they should not forget, that tlei
conduct at this timels ofgreat moment. Th
disloyalty and rebellious tempor of th
South, is the whole capital -of the Radion
party. Upon this they rest their justifica
fion and their election. Every act of tur
bulence, every atfray, shooting, collision, o
riot, no mtter how produced, gives aid an
comfort., ammunition and weapons to ou
adversaries. Every wild spoech or indis
creet expression that falls from the lips o
a public man and is capable of being con
strued into disalfection or thought of fulir
change, is hold to be revolutionary an
traitorous, and charged to the account 0
(te whole people in the press and on (h
stump. Theose mat ters constitute the entir
campaign matorial of the Radicals. Thei
aim and hope is, to divert public atentiol
from the baleful effects already caused b
their maladministration and to bo furthe
inflicted upon the country, South ani
North ; to kindle again the flickering omn
bors of the bitter past, to arouso the dis
trust ot' the Northerii people and to carr,
the election by subordinating the libertic
and interests of the cc 'try to sectiona
feeling against. (lie Mouth. Therefore, to iu
tie absolute necessity for self-control, pru
denc00e, ealculat imn, repression, both in ac
and in utterance. No man should spo.
who is not guarded against. excitement an
its follies. No man should, if possibit
allow himself to be carried away it o vie
lence. Tie canvass should bo active, earn
est, untiring ; but. it should he conductel
with as miuich pence, quiet and order, as i
practicable. The cato at the North i
more important lhan to carry any Souther:
State. And, if these suggestions be noi
heeded, our people may ind thlemselve
pra.tcically co,oepraitig with their relent
less enemies in fastening upon thlemselve
the degradation and ruin and anarchy ir
volved inl a Radical succese.
Tim (Jotto-in Imin r,to --We copy (It
following poitited correspcudence from th
P%onix of the 6th. Coroner Walker intend
OritVIE ATTORN-Y-G WNRAL, S. C.,
CoAFY1niA, S' 0., August 5, 1868.
Thomas 1. Walker, Eq.,
Sit : I am informed on undoubteo aul
(hority, that. you are assuming to nt. it
Coroner of Richland Conity, alb hough you
sutecessor has beenl elected, and has du1l
(Iualitied and entered upon th duties 0
his olice as Coroner.
I i,rebiy nitfy you to desist from an
fuirtther assumption of tle duties of the ol
flee of Coroner of Iichland County.
In case ti6s ntice is disiegArded by yo
I shall nake immediatw steps to restrai yo
frotn fitrher UtllaWfill aMs1mptiOn of ti
functiotsii of' the aforesaid olliee. Very re
spectfiuly, your obedieit iervaint;
1). It. ClAMilIAAIN,
Attorney-General S. C.
Colrmnis, S C., August 5, 1808.
1. I. Chamerlain, Esq. -Si : I hsave rc
ceived yours of (the ith iist., purporling t
be signed by you as Al(ornel-General c
South Carolina. I do not r(cogniize you A
tie Attorney/ ieneral of SoultI Carolina, b
any coustitutioinal law tnow in] existence, o
by anly Imlilitatry appointtael. You at(
therefore, neitier dej?re or de /ieto Attoi
ieny-General of this qtato.
You diret that I siall desist from an
furher' assumipt it f he office of Corone
of It ichhandc Cui:,; othterwise ycu wil
tke imttiedtiate steps) to testrain tmte f'rot
Ciurthleu rhu awfut asstmti tions of thle Cuint
itins oft thie otlice afore.said.
I do not. exercise auny suc'h omlie in an
such Coun// notr do I recogizeu anty sue
Criumil/ t o ex ist.. Bit I do teriso t hie oi
lice of' Coronter for ttichhotd Distr'iot, utde
a contttituttional appoinltmbent, atnd frotm thtia
oftile I haYue never* b)en retnoyel, cjig liu
military appoinittment of a successor', or b
anty conttit utional law or appointtnet what
-I sh-il!, thmerefotre, conttinuie to exerois
lie funtion cis of thie said oflice for hi ichlant
D)ist rict, untii removed by due process frot
the civil courts.
I beg to refer you to Mr. yatmies D). Trade
well, mty at torntey, who will b)e assist ed bi
Messrs. hicklitng & Pope, ott my behanlf.
Very trespecfu hlly. your obediet sevant
T IIOS. P. W AJ1,K EI,
Coroner for Rtichtland. District.
'rtn: Ku Kr.ux lBr.;. neronxm -rime SCA1'r
A terrible Ku Klux bill was introd'tced I1
the Senate, sotme (lays sitnce. Like thi
["Phantom Shtip" we read of, this K(u Klt:
seem to be destined to be ever pursued, bit
never come up- with. This famous K1
Klux bill was referred to (lie Judiciary Conm
nuittee yesterday, In the' Senate. Mrt
McAfee, the Chairman of that, Committee
reported adversely to the bill, whmereuipo
there arose an awful howling amsong some
the fated petrsuers of Ku Klux, via': Sible
of Madison, Fardon, and thie inevitabl
Coont. Mr. Jlones, of Marengo, and Mi
McAfoo, of Talladega, showedl the cxtrenm
uselessness and'exqueisit, folly of legislathn
on (lis subject. Poor McAfee, htoweve'
cmne near breainrg down when'hle branch
ed off on "(lie uinhallowed hands of thm
rebels-thle best government the world- eve
saw,," &c.. The hill was laid over till Mon
day. Doubtless, Fardon, Sibley, and oth
era of the Kit Klux er'owd will be loaded. t
the miuxale and prepared- for the occasiom
We are betting on Joneh attd McAfee, how
oer e, aitd don't believo they will be easIt;
ruin oft' the tiraok. We will soo.--Maonoe
Tuttn'IIer-DAY ov Tarmgenas ANDy cAurwm
Dl'Ana1as.--Aud we. might add, of irs
t.hiibyefand Ignuorimunses. Ilow they flours
tshj Hlow they bloom I Ilow they abound
liow they e1silt,I linw they elink. R Ieally
as we think or thiem, we can with th e great
eat, dimioulty rostrahi our Brick Pomnroy-lal
Thie holet Ibappy Soitth knoiws them-li
humge numbers, but in wm'etchued South Car'o
lin thecy swarm like greedy and alt.devour.
lng loeutsts. Day by day (lacy multiply
Thmey becomte utdges, they beom~o Sena.
(0ors,(hiey, becotao Law-givers, they become
Tarmmtkers anod- TAxgatherers ; they ]t5n~
dIe luhlic foeys, alid they QXpotlida
adlmtofster th'de law.
Thre Lord ,h.elR is tha We- may liavc
strength and~ lIf[e to li atho for a few
months longer itn thie footid atmosphere of
this lowesat dannp.-L'd.,f..u Adci,r
"IL.5) h."- Iav alwus sed, givo
i wolliall the oloico ov threo 311011 For a
husband, and the chances iz she will
manage to loso all throo of 'em.
Everybody luvs to drivo four-in
hand botter than they do a single boss.
If you have really got three beauxs,
thank the Lord for his kindness to ono
oY them to oust.
The more you look for perfekslutn,
tho moro blemishem you will oomo
acrost ; and the moro siokers you git
into your net the moro you will bank
or for, and the mo danger thare iz
ov tle not's burstinfg and letting awl
the fish lek out.
r I kanlt toll you which one ov the
three follows you had bettor snare -
mi advice is to take tho Ono you II
i yurcself the most anxiouls to pleaze
r and to keep oil doin so after yu aro
one flesh, and if you aint a happy pa ir
Syulro husband is Simply a Ieal (s.
"BEA N8."-Courting iZ about half
natur and about halfo science, Tho
natur ill it iz love, mlodesty, and faitiq
r and the scionce issimply energy,
You must. begin slow, but by-and.
by it will be bes4 to agitate things.
Wimmin, az a luimp, had rather 1 e
took by storm than by siege.
Wimmin never surrnder, nor aire
they over exactly won, but rather cap.
tured. They ''lite it out (in th is line,"
I am talking now ov sensible witm
Thare iz wimmin who are az enzy to
court az lint.
1"L,1uV it first sight'' is liko cating
honey. It duseem as tho' ytt never
could git ettuff ov it.
This kind ov luv is apt to mako
I blunders, and iz Liz a well.
s But tharo ain't no such thIg az
Spure matiunatioks in courting. If it
iz awl natur, it Iz certainly too inino
cent for earth ; and if it iz awl scie110,
s it is i lettle too mutch like i job.
Perhaps the beqst way to court iz to
s begin without mnuch of enny plan
yu are goimg tow fetch up, and sec
how you and she likes it, and thet let
the thing kind ov worry along kare
less, like throwing stones into a mill
Yu will finld one thing tow b'
stricktly true, Mr. Beans ; the more
advico you undertake to follow, th
less amount of good courting you will
- tVI 1r AC-tS A-A r> Ftuar..-It
would imaiterially assist the exposuro
of Radical reconstruction wore South.
o 1rn journalists to be somewhat moro
precise and statistical in their ic
counts of that villainy as now enacting.
under their very oyes.
Facts tell,. and tell pceiliarly,on ti
people of the genius of the North,
hiand it is to the importahco',. therefore,
of seeking out and plblihing facts
that (lie best attention of the South
ern press is invited.--New York
We shalT endeavor to afford the
peoplo of the North one or two facts.
U U. (. Bowen,- the so-called Repro
s sentative of the Second (Charleston),
r Congressional District.
r Ist. Is believed to bo- a murderer.
I N was under arrest itn the Charleston
jail, under aceifationl of i:nstigating,
y L i'd iing and abetting fn the- assassina..
Vion of Colonel White, is former Colo
nel. Ilis life was saved by Sherman's
-Genecral jaiI dolivery on the capture
2d. lie is a convicted' forger..
lie was tried and convicted by a board *
-of oflicers, cashiered,-and( was ejected
ifrom the Confrederate service for' forg
,. ing his paty roll..
r' 3d. lie is a publcly convicted liar,. b
-by the pui.blishied sCetnc of ab Noard
For these facts, see Genueral iHeaure
gaird's oflicial1 palpors, dloubtloss no0w
in the War IDepartmecnt.
4th. lie is a professional gambler-.
A imuirdc ror, a forgover, a hiat-, and
a gamtnbIer, lie adirtably represents
the brutal negr'o government now in
possession of South Carolina.--Ch/an.
For once in his life TIhad, Stevens is
satisfied, and has written an amaible'
letter. T1hie occasion of his rejoicinig:
is the passago of the Funding bill, by
which, says Thtaddeus exultantly, "the
goldl question is settled I" iIe calls
-it "a happy thought.," a healer of dif
- ficultics;" "a satisfactory settlement
,of a troublesome question," and laughs
over the fact that~ it was voted for~by
f "al'mnost overy Republican in the
-, House." Old Thad and Greeley can.
a now embrace in tho most cord ial miian
,nor, in spite of thie terrible- abuse
e heretofore lavished upon each other..
Still we are nbot informed how this
-Funding bill is to be carried out, or
.whbo is going to give up 'voluntarily
a his six per cent, bond for a four per
r. cent. one. llowe ver, it may answer tho'
.. purpose of reconciling thes 1:l
. leaders for a time.
3 FfnF.Enom Op TliromOlT AND) SPEEcII.
-Yesterday a colored,man was assault
- ed and beaten.by several of his race,,
ei oEast:Bay, becauso'-ho avowed him
- solfa-Doorat in sentiment. Is tLhiw
the froedom ' of thought and sp)eechk
about whiclr Randolph howls, and1
- Cardoza dreams ?" Is this the liber.
t y and equal rights with which the'
- .onstitutional Convention was coeu
I pied so long, and wvhich has been talk
,0(d of anid sung of and cried over by .*
the whole Raioaczl party. Look well
to it., colored menn I Soc that you arc'
nuot deeeived .--Courier.
ARRnsT oP A MTJiDR1*.--More than two.
years ago, Mtr. Alexnder Rtollly, a olt!son
of Columbia, was--shot ley a colored man,.
named ll'onry Maxey. The wounded man
died, and, tieo,mtderor. escaped. afortna
tion- was reoelvedl by Shterifi' Proe, -thtat
Itenry was in Chester D)istrict. After a
coniference with Coroner Walkor,'a warrant'
was Issued ; and Information was tocolved
yes(orday that the murdoier'wi,s Ia ('hester
JaIl, and would be brought down hn. a short,