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ON TILE O'1 HER BIDE.
BY A. A. JIMoKIN8.
lveo on!l' lvays ill lIe too iluel0 a Ioullo
We hol< ourselve.* too far froui all o'ur
'Too oitlive rv We fliar to sigih nita in ;,
Tog4 o(ell to to ie wenk anltl h1'elplems linl
Tio oftell, wiere fiistres.1 anill Wanl( alide,
1% e10I urn i<l atipiss tim Lie otlier side.
The ote lir side isr IloelI milloi l, an11il w1orn
B;V oolteps plissilig idly all tlie I'tly
i hetr ij th briti,od oneus who faint. and
1lio i0 1
lis setlilt ittore ilianll it i teo'I-mi,w'\a).
) n'I ellish heari s 110 f'or or fot to gn 1iC
They leaI us by upon tle other side.
It hoiid bo ouirs tho oili anid wino to pour
jil i) tie bleeding wimin'Ln of tilviken onus;
'o It 110 thle siiten11, 1aId the sick l rIui Tr,
AIM tear them where tv stroam of blesi
Insttelid, we look about -(le way is wido,
Anl so We paiss upon thu other side.
0, f'rienls aid brothers, gliding down tho
11111ail(y is walling each and all
lit I tiolel acuent", boin orgriel aneil Itears
I imy you listen to tile thrilling call !
Yull e-niniot. in yo'r selfhliou itil pride,
Piloss guiltless lay. 1i11oii'the oilier sitle.
[ or'1Rural New Yorker.
-1t0CEEDI N US
BOUTH CAROLINA LEGISLATURI
'lt l8MONiD DAY.
ho1USE 01 REP E TN ATIV10S.
I bomax gave notice of a bill to punlish
oflic,! holdera for mailleasaince in ofice.
Kuh introduced at bill to regulato th<
<pItulity of licenses by Counlty '0olnunis
siiors, Cit.y or Town Connils. 1ead r
Me yr offtered aI rc.;ohitioni proios
ing to dc'llor Lilt coisideration of all bill
wildi proposed to rcenew or aimend tih<
IlAm -ter., of rmiall ld , i'ntil the rgIT"111
:zion, whlieb,o eil o 11nol,ol, was 1mlade Lilt
p i,pvc-it order for Wednesda y.
iirrill Jam.s, offi,red a Ie.Solitionl t,
trovile for tIh h losing 'f null bar-roolii
on (1cclion days; and tle imposition o
flne.. an1d imlpris onmlenlt. for Violatior
wtrou'. INwl".rrtd to Li Comiuiitee of
.'rivilegos and Ilvc-.n0119.
'n the Fll for iuliiisihed lbusines,
)VWolmoll'.. resolution to (mplo wer Ht
oibvernor to sell a sifliciowni 11:1ntty 0
bi1ls roeeivablu Iin provilt kor Ohe 'pa%
lmieialn of thi per diilm amil h-a ill'ge oh tin
m1emlbors ol the Gvlneral A rneselly, Wn
'aln ipl aid indefinitly postpolne(l.
The bill 1.0 p)ovidu fgilr the he mporar,
org*1anlizationl of tile edlialioinl dt-part
ilenit of this Slate, was pIssell.
As was also the homesteald law, will
t1he senate's a md nt which malke
tho bill rtetroactive ill its operatioins.
The bill to regil tie elections and ti
plinish abuses of elect.ivo frAnchiso, wa
eonlsidered, aiiil"el o o as to allow :
per diem of $'2 vech to llailnigors o
election, when employed, and the re
coillftted, with in'truct.ions to reconsid
ur the( -n inlth sectionl ; which prohbiki
pl'4)!n from giving !ood or refreshment
to imtnrgers, ill onjill.tiol witli an
oin1enid mento k otlTered by If yude, of Green
vilit'l, to prevent liIpior being taken t<
A conlcurrent r esolioni from the Sen
ate, propoisinlg to go into1 joint. bollot e
\V ednesdlay, at, 1'2:30 p. m)., for eigha
('irenlit. Judges, was agreed to.
A hill to estabili justice couarts wa
read a secondl time andh puused. Thelis
iconri are1 'onstituited by justices of iii
pe'ac', who' ai)ire olileers of the same1u prIi v
inos ansd jurnisdlictioni as9 those lieiretoi
lore exeisiCied byV magiistrates mn thli
S'-tat.e- he bil alows thie M ayor an
AlIdennen of mioorporated'u cities or li
I nondenit anud \Vartdens ohf inciorporato.
Iownus and vilages to determin ho1
ni)nyl justices shall be oleeled for suec
nuliel, townis and villages.
Tihe bill to de ,Liar ihue manner' b
which teLmis 11 c' ilhe right of way oiv'
ihc hanuds ofi pers505os' curporat1ions man
bie talkenl for1 thl (1construction and1111 uses C
railwayss andh othier wtorks of inlternal imi
provemnents, was~ read a thbird timo)1 ame
passedi. The suibstanice of the bill ha
heoretofore been published.
A bill from the Seniato, to provide io
11h0 payment of thec per dliemu and mile
age of membors anId offcers of thie Geni
orlAssembly, was rei-ad a first timue an11
referred Lio the~ Commuittee o)f \ays an,
M\ens. It pro~vidhes that pay sluuill b
iolde ml sutfhiciet I.npan tit y of bills re
cei vable, att errunt rates'of oxehiange' te
plaenthe.amonts 0on a par1 with groeen
bacs-tat s, ixdollars per diem an
twenlty cenits mlilengo (chI way, enel
meimbor electing how ucIh he will drav
nyj to thme 20th inst.
The HIouso then adjourned.
The bill to authorize a Stato loan t<
piay thei mnterests on the public doh
andi to auth,orixo a State loanl to rodeoni
the obligations knowni as bills receuva
ble of the Stato of South Carolina
were each read the second timo andl pass
Tho bill to provido for the I-er dien
and mnlihgo of 11the mmbers of the 00en.
eral Asseumbly (thme same mlenltionedl is
House p)roceedmsgsi) was read te third
time aind plsased.
Th'le rest of the sessionl was conltsmet
mn reading Ithe tax bill for the seCondi
time. No material amilendments wer<
HOUSE' 01" REP'RiSENTATIVES'F~
OoI.tarnrfA, August 25.--Denniq gayr
noLico of a bill to regulate the time and
rnm er of insuranc 11Ccompaines dloin1
business ill ibhis State by agents to mlake
Jackson gnve notice ofia bill hi) allow.
nhinors and othenr5 to recover property,
bonds, stocks, bank depmosits, blank notes,
or monies that, wore connVrtedl into Con'
federate bonds, stocks or monies10.
The Committee on Privileges andl
sm walicd -
I'lections reported that they had oxtri
Ined the returns of the election hold it,
Korshaw G I1onty, for a mtnember of th(,
I louse, to fill the vacancy by the 'death
of S. G. W. )ill; ii that John N. Busx.
Well was entitled to tho seat. 3uswll,
wio i a radicid, then caine forward ind
was SWOr,1 I,
'Tho bi0 to re-orgadze tho State Poiki
luilt.Ilry, was passe<.
IT anilitia bill was taken upll, ani sovo
ral sections pasied. when ilo hour for ihe
Ap>eeial order, which wais (lie bill to gritat a
cl1airter to Ith Ulbailtlln Ritilroda (1outpany,
arrivel, 11an1 il h ill Its inken Ijp. l'eti.
itag its 0otvideratiota, tIte libluse adjourne<l.
Tho 1lil1 to nlitoriz.o loais to pay fle
interest oi Ih le Stao debtatid to retteent tie
bills retcivablo, were passel.
'T'ihe oill to Itaietli the chitri or fie cily
of' Chirletdi, wals roporle'd, enkrolled, tnld
will probably be ratilled to day.
'lhe vest olt ('ie sussion wIs devoted to ( he
Coil i'ii ollii ' i fix bilt, bil, before it
Wf.3 lil' 0co tictil0d, th1ie Int ' -Ijo lrell.
It( itlIp4rt1anit atun111ment, IHLvinig, in I tlie
meatnwhile, been maole.
11 l GiQ.Ol t 0 ' N TV .
Sloanl, from the Committee onl A gri
tul ttre, made an unfavrable report, oh
ith bill to compel owtiers i stock to
kVI-)U tIet ilt 1n fe (IClostiCres, anid I.le
bill wasIk itt(llitely plosipolked.
Also at ittfavorablo report ot thte b IilI
i -protect :agrieihumral resouei of t.li,
Stato. The bill vas postpofled uti0 the.
I laynio ofl'eredl a resol uton '( requirintt
tho Judiciary CotnMtittee to intire int.
the various Acts incorporathig Halroad
Cont1panies withill tihl limits or this
Sta t., attd asC(trtaitn Wthter litte Urene.
ill Aeerrbly has powdr to establsh a
seltedilo of prices fir the ttattsporlatiOn
of persons and property over Oi same,
undal report, iy bill ur diterwise as soon
The bills to charter tle Chatham
ltailro:ad, to re.organize thi State PItI
tenitiary, and to estabbnlJsh Just ice Coiurtts,
W01re (!eh remd a third tine and set to
Theb ill to provido for tho election oif
14,l(ctor, of Pres.1-til and \:.----Z-n illetI
of tLte lInite tatesad of memibor; I
Congres. was passed-that, fea It I
which proilitei anti1y person to be an
ele'ector, w1ro f a ientative in
Congress, or IlIl any office it1nul1r tIe
l jiut.od Slatos GouvernmentAI, buing.I. (irI-;
Tle hill to in11COrTora!te t4 CiGzenis'
Savmlg 11.11nk, waIcEndold So as; 'o pri
vent tIm cilpator101' frim eslubibin
ti Ity bimehl h:mk, anli lo rt.4iir themo Ilelt
to'liy up $50,000 of tIhoear , it.Torv
i the opvratt i(otls of Ihle bank ere aCOII
m1enb4eld, and wVa!; IheItI passed. 'l'e blul
a lsoc aili h itors ilid stoidiold
ilrS eItsponlsiblo inl dolte th amitoutt, of
thev sh-tre, hld hv thoim.
I tA c i elia Itioll WAS read from Nva
s gle, the Inetw Comlipirollir.-Ceneral, ask
intg anl appropriat iot of t w%o t holusaid
dollars, for t.he contigent. vxpeltso1 of
3 his ollice, and 1t.hat of the 'I'r-asurer.
lThe I1ouse thenl 1 adjoilrnted.
f S II, N ATM i.
'l(he reading of thp tax bill was
Comp1)leItl, and the b;i ' ' to ti
I I olltse.
'l'he bill to prvvent discriminati b
t.WN pursons, on aIeolult , of race color
or proviOsus coitltionl, vs taketi ip. and1l
pol;dingl t its discussion tle Set n to ad
rcny,a inite ltselicatl, hiitheto re
a gartded ats thle persotifientioni of all thaii
is miost.objectiotnabho to the Sou thetrn
ai w hit es, anid retly I) a declegate from
-dissatisfied leinibl icanus to War;shingtoni,
- was invited to address tin.m, anid his
s speecha was ini siubstantce as follows:
1 41/ F'riene : I amt a caritpt-bagger.
[ admit, it. I htave been amtong you lot
s a oe. time, at1nd hae tnever cerd to ad
vocate you1'rOuse ini the press of' the
Nornt.-itt thle three leading I epublican a
neCwsp:iper'Is of New Y'ork, \Yrashintonum
,and l'hilaidelphia. l1btt I amn goinag to
r leave yoiu. We ar'e aill gutmg Li) leavt
v oit, and vou will soiIon b ae. Myh)
( advice to yu is to ttnto y'ourselves to
- those whiose favor it is your initor
I niot to saecuiro. lle gitided by thtose' who
a alonie cani fuirtni yotu with wvork attd
food andi' clothin'g. Jaini y'otrselves to
r the ipeople of the South. \Ye ar'e going;
- we cannlot, find youi work to suipport
yout. Your interest lies with thaose who
rectonis gointg ott amtontgst the cuil
ored voters of' this Stato. PTo intel..
ligeneo reaches us fr'om all qluatetrs
that they are abandoning the sinkinig
ship of I)isuntion anid joinitng hands
with their old inastura Rild frIends int
tho gr'and effor't to wrest thid govern
Intent from the piirato crew wvho are
fat driving it to ruin.
Boe of good choert, people1 of North
1 Carolinta. Tl.he hour of y'otlr deliver
a.nco draweth nigh,a fo patientt,
moderate, forbeaing, atnd all wil e
- ewell. Thlo ])isunfon party is~ 3ven
nowv igtheoagonuies of' death, and thch'
last gasp will comno in .Novemnbeir.
Tfhe colored r'ecruits will swell our'
i najority to forty thousand. "h
wor'k gcoes bravely ott."--WV'lfihnington
Mi orninug ,%r.
Tlhiad. Stevens, a day or two bofore
ho died, was told of the r'oeont a.cch
donit to Hen. lButler, in Worcstor,
when~ he was thr'own fr'om the carriage.
"It gives mo great pain,'' sa'id the (dy
closinag his eyes, as was is habit ini
tmned itat ion, lhe mnurmuredl between his
tin lips, "Oireat paitn. IIis d-m
(leek wasn'tt. hroke, you say ?u-Neuw
GOOD' Naws vn~on Ouro0.---The
WVashuington Repre'ss is in receipt of
the most ehearitng news firom Ohio,
frotm per'fectly reliablo sources. T1he
State is cor'tain foir Seymour andi
Blalir, andt a hantdsomte mnajorit.y is
U1om1 tho Augusta Chr inicle & Sentinol.]
The Augttsta Faotory.
\Vo have beon favored wit.h a 0)y
of tho twenitietl semii-alnual report of'
I he Pre.sideit of the A U,gus11ta F1ctorY,
V I . '. Jackson, l g., to thew stoeklhold.
ri of the Company. Thl success of'
his mtati.icttring company of Augusta.
is extraordinary. M teli of that, sticcess,
it, is trite, is due to fotattitons circum
manceii-an extraordinary doimaal for
goods, cused by the consumption in war
tinos ader a state of blockado0 and the
price of cottol ConlSeqetio-lit. Hut., Iaiak
ing all (lit allowance for the.io ad veinti
unti sorues io hrt>ll, ihv r'jwaat htfAre
IIs (-x hIibits eaeI.I v w h:ii1, m11-1v ho :eIet>m
plishend in IIaI.1111me;Iingiif :1 Ow p.-61111
byi skill and g<ti to n,'..na.' , an t14
intv ies thll Li-rg a 4 1$:, 4 t1.- t
the do!vt:lolinwim o ti. i. bran(1 X
illt. fac't.o,ry 10 oltH,Y a ign ta:ill).
pttrtliams 4 fro m iti ! t iL y 1,,1r .11). (110 ()
pay i l(- inatftl .01 11 - i llA a lnI tll - i . ttuk
litleste3 fron titt o ee dAlf!0e1Th
cash capi'l Wynitris ' fi t S l( k.
holder.s, amiontil-1 10 o 6m,00,"hc
wva a mSt, i -ly t .'i-ltb d i the
irst I wo ylt:ars t in Vl 11i - : -, l-r ti tie ,
vary by the conidt i;t .mI Ihe propi
"We have, Vai'tidoent Jack4olln's
report, "since fti circs paid for Lithe
ntLire Prorlit vy w1 1,111 calling oil tihe
stockholdl rs forw :l h4r d1la ; mbtliad
b:rAgetly to Ilhe pri- I lyp re -- amd
btirling'; u . i t' I *l o,00o of
new Imachilery ; baar.tlI he capit:'0 to
6,000OO by anl additionl of' :I portionl of
the surphis; ai dividvindt .r.g larlly -
and h6a nOW A propery WOh th0
par vallo ($1500,000) in gold" anda
mqivAus of 82.21,7U8 22 av r carryi
to Iri and nevoun t te itnl of
$ 197,e 'G b 1h d.-p r i ain
property since Ilhe '. T,,I,i.l. operat ion.;
for the last thr-v v , '1r:Pf ti e 17011
of 11 Jun 1 1865. o :-o - im.t .n .., i .t;.;,
havu beemn as f6lln% 4: The Armss varii
Apirnses i7.0 ;
It pa it ::;..;
Txe w3 0.L179 S I
New 111"'hinl"ry".,s it
lhividends t h .r A p m
.3puspoft 1 0g 00
'Thie prola ti ' , r: 'ha yar''' has
!.:'7A1 y:mrd .
7i 7. 71 1.: 51
DrilS 7.5 ,5
T he. St :111-, 1 1 a ai t 1:ta;aI ft
a''Ti 1 a f l iI ttr -i a y.-r N a-ar.. t:i
83,7t5,:;' us 0 it u a'.i l ao tat ;-3aai ...i
'280 15. Th.- nim0be fi h: cw.a pll .
-1a velt:1of t av r . T i a- . 11i! 1- .ro h it
per loom per 11;ty hi:, I.oi .;9.,P) 100
Bilt we prV.-,vu :h!oi r'fn-a't.
last. s itmot is :la at hir slanf.lanll frit.
loll)o ial w l W I L ai lgi tal t at tl g . a1t
enitres ;flitia l itoti a il it i t ati
Ihst of us. We hmvv Whe :a"'Or6y of
lage and skiillhil Il 1;iIIt acIt1 Il I i l t.
1lasLtrn Stat' for st at ng 1mia v l )ta
ratins of um- ofithi h pt i!Als r. 1ilt
lat, six montlhs !dhow a ais.a ; of 2.1 evias
per poundl ()n evvry pmmlid of, 0o01n
nmncufacted ; amd lIa Wthe mlills ua
kep-lit. runnotgt m , pHaer hIb: .
ensuing ye.ar wviil 'd->w a getrdmn
for goods1 and14 a lov.er privh-e olon.
We believe h1:11 a tar1 numbt r of
Ifaslern mnill", mv w1w a aw rm inat a a i sholl
lime andlit (ea . ataat a p, i th
for- thetreasos 'tabtvtitit .
aTheti o Au ta ,t1l.00- .lI Ih ls
s atix othshag ii" t'i e In,'ahVb ra ?''two
daiind s, no in to ;-a.000, ori ta-o
pe1 cn1 onS. iat' a al. : ,is of ('rittaa I,
the crednit aof'ala ititthad (a loss neemmt'-a
f(act ured 3,itit ,a m laaa. '' I s itii i fthirtt ian. ta
sheve|Ing cand at dril tls , tantmi' l t i,:lli. -
rnnn I aintp da. Tfa ot of i li'm thta ct
tad atggreg~iato 8.t I ,1; iti'.t . l'';avinga'
goaods v:ia'e at ~ $1ils,0:l I) iin tIte,
handtas of' augtem.
cluislers of' rich ilasciaus- gr:iaes to dtet.'r
minite its chtarnefte.r. Theao sill andia natai.
Ltaemet, of' t manntlal:cture'tr shaptetsf
succe'ss a.id forer s t lie <hiiiont of t h
putblic. [an conling ou~attr not ice of'
this report wae subift, htrefo.re', this
simtple testi aony to .the skill tandu efm.
ciency of its mtaaa'ttmentI--- re'cap l~.a:.
tion of the laemtting facts inl thec l'istoiry oh'
the Anlgusita It'eitry. 'heaa Conmiany t
stat'td wai ith 86t, 000 itn e;nh and n'ta eri-*
dit of't $120,000,. I! is free fromai dtt
wi th a Salrpl us of ntearly a quater ot a
ialhon and paoseses at pr'opa'rt y waort ha
mtore than ninea fua Inidi-ed Itoulsandt dlllar s
iln greenbacks, acry tired andta paidafori by'
its earnaings itt a period of Itn yearas over
iand above theiin landslaomte sum--~tntaott.
ing to more tana htalf a umilhton of dollars
retirtted to its atckhlolders hii divi
It is hatrdly naecessatry to say that
tis stock Is at si ptmiumi of' fifty per
Tu'ia Arf.-rr.nIN.u~vriv..--Lo~aok at the
recontrucfetona tact of Marchoh 2, 1867-.
the suppalemtent-atry supa~plemaaent to a
They say to thie South, "~You htavet
got to takce ilitatry poe or' contgrets
sioal power'-whe la vonI h 'tt tave ?"
It was a pretty had alteratitive-ver'cty
much like the oldi d arkoy praachler's
rnada-t,aaaled' to destrucattionandl (d
oder to dltamntat ion. [Pecals of laughy
A whilte carpet-bagger, whose nme
itas been pubbished it the Ph.oanix, for
set'oral weeks, among theo colored
members of' the 80 onlled Legislatture,
admitted yesterday, -that the reasoin
whty hao had never made thte corree
tiona, was beenuso heo was ashtamed of'
the com'pany and that hais fri'ends
abroad would not recognize himn. Siat
Euooaragiug Prospoots of thq rrosid'cutial
aauvas---The Detuoraoy Evoryivhore
TilF; CAMIAtGN IN MICHIGAN.
Y'he signs of tim. timel Ire 1niciols.
Never, i the history of 11olitical coh.
tests, havo the indications thus eryiv
been so favorable to th Di.-mocracy of
the comntry as to day. 'in wilatCvor
directon Wo turn, tio voice of,1ho)o
anild words of celer grel:t. iU. Tho po-'.
ple a!retdy begin to take 'courago for
the future. 4)cmocratic gat.ierin'gs
overy where 'qto large i and itIlli.instic,
wl! tadical i)ps '.are smuill :m1d rt iritr
len. Th wholepartyv st-mvhitl
nI ih agn: weuig.of- )lgo4Lt wiebU is iz>oni
I Nn1&VN.' ;N Il 4l.4. I N 1p.
In h ln aatl l h . mur '1:nd 11ar
at wok tlob!y and P;.r..-'cally ldr the
redvlptinil of t 1h.i. S ai-, fimllrom 1 t.h
oither" an' oil 111n .11i11y, and are en .lt1
sivticaliv ri-ceived ill eve*1,- part 1 tI.
1,1Ib ler Sot t -; w hile a. l l-1'a1. It II - Ili,
abli ,114-Akers ii, wvorkmg with d1-termi
withomi. a hople of1 c;arryil.; the 81.al,,
ltotwil b:.-lan-Iti tI. he lrgo. ma: ril y
agaillst tis two yvar.s :go.
and ollhwrq, are :al1 dealing. iw-avy vWbow,,
Ilp" ll ilhe rha.lIoni l.Iroill, wVilllh evelrY pro.,-!
e . iI. is ;Alimn'd tImat. the(
ban ill thw Grml111a1 VA. a11l e, ill
lim: State, will senre its ei ctoaLn vGte
for Seymour anld Bilair.
III Town, Mlifli;ola and Viscolnsi),
he i.1t,04 i.3 bing wi.ll foI14;h1, and oinr
frilnds at very ent.h1u1SI.I.slic inl tI r
e11fors to plice tellf Sla.tes in the D.
meraltiev uoii. I. is not at, all proba
bh., Viewinlf- Ilil-ir " Idiltion from the(
)'SI.L stnd pint, I hat we may receive
Oe vivi'my nll all thest' S a , v :,,
owa- anld even! ;11 In. mur fI'-lenldi arv
11 4 wi i.out ' '4I. h ' p p l-r 1:111m .
rh:ivv h.ol n.I ,.y 'V il mir. favor. -111ill
b 1w 1rWil l t to hv . S' Il.I.) Ow olve lmlg
1111 I%Il r dival Ill-j-mity of tILI.e3pa I,
1,ronl ' nn n I li - t I
I,"! A ..If;o ra w i rc, I h I ' is not.
(.11. good ' . (v 11,11 O :Ir fri tls,
*v 11--ne my lme4 . Tv :Iv oint.ahn
ilm wholo Ilim-, an11 d1 n ('n4 .1' 1h.1 J I rI Iv
r'ml Amll bi- finial :wid com.-ph-lo. ovi the .k
N,-w\ York and New z .rsv aro 0 :1.
(11114 3 b oond nra -al hopl.' Tlm D).
10(I,A V : 1. ciae n"e rryinf tim- wiir inIn,h
A Frica" In I how-, SI..I o:, wvli t a ie',
!ri( nvo. 11 I l )n,-I (-r if Ihe lill 11ve IIh,
4 4'' ileVS of (Il :11' l'l an idltl ht"VII.2
aldo it) sveirt, a re-,oufab.lo mindbwr It).
ate d c i ll;it. II.hil public m ti ng .
Tho I i, 10i of 4th1144:lssm and pip..
lar fcelin- a all on t.ho Demu-erati'
I It4'V 1 *.':\ Fced iiGI)'LAND 1. 4 1
Tui all New Na-n ti(Il otir fric-nd-1 are
dIn.1 k1 aule m t. wal lant l T int
m4C'2 lie (:n2)01 l wher w 1'il 4vo1 i t 14, i l
.grean-r?)111 isii to flly 'm t,:nta1n W ill
Ill i n in 2112 IgI -m41ocra1tie i ;4ij i le
ofte fith t h t is'I'2 i I' ~inthe ." T t
they may sneeeed,1114 it by no44 me,1 Iim.. 14
oerate maorhy4)laylan stand 4 sid
by'idoljn.h her siserSt4. and4Ic5i14l ill
ro2lll up h 41r41 iTl-mocrail 14- 41 ma o fy.
timents of( 1Jljim peope ar (Xn,jtIjunin41
srnIl , awC'11)0l'41 .l Ih i u p r -: a42 -e1 jor i ly
tI orduzm ' meet' 24.4 m11un~I> c 'ihen
ail regon t ole en'aged I wat. ho4,
vdh211iis of 01hej Congressional1( .2nirks.01
Onnots and l' aapsor in behall of the0
Ttmons'o11 sa1rap0 we shlie aor good
accoti( of1 termnner, in( wih the etat.
il o rodeUnie om ande Conlitutiof ras
been511 onci 1more O ug bn tha Ipoin of.
-raIi nt:4 wr:msin:n s.m:s.nrg
Frhomlthred f r Westrnv State cm
the1k1 words oi 1cheer andtheindiat.ions
of011i 1neces' vOurlg l rilen in Califorma
and Orego rms o"ein at,i 40,(aI (P10, 1C1r t
delh" adicali~esm an'd akel ther
fInl ou r taten 'othe oryoe
bravkey n."e fOI)Ihat. cheringac
girfimt froml ec' ions.Or friehdors
atv gaiduntiro deemndadifterage
lirsmvwhcoass long theyn uponit,
tit will oirgt henhmehriat of nergiy
and unit Co bion on he patd of our
dentkmhg exellnidat nhminto bans
zealongi to workmg 41o addediru snes
vet thein "ft tontt, falirIinot,eynot
in wloin."--Detnrotlree l ure.
ackf1, they r, hav od j( tha servan
incnennc fb.g eetdb
A Ciroular to the Oolored F6ole.
Tho Jacksoil -(iliss.) Cari'on si O :
"''lho following circular, has beelt d
dressed by Charles W. 'itzhugh to the
colored peoy!o. -Ho \vas ono. of the
most intelligent aind probably the best
educated of the colored Ynemf>ers ofrti
lato so called Convehdon, and ono of the
most ardent supporters -of tile radical
jifarty in tho body. H1s influence OVOr
the colored nk mbers was greater, prD
bably, tiah that of any other member.
fti words of f1ervid eloquenco, he sends
(Jult this note of warnillg to his brethren.
May we not ask tile colored pcopie tb'
f6ve ii their. c hil attlentionl ?
Woonv :I, \iliss., Jtily 3*i, 1868.
0:-. Cti0-:11D Ci'i.Iz:Ns or \VI..
KI SN : The .N li:l 11 m coll Ien or
raul- 11m1st bO Sa vvd. Aln vleitionl 'was
".ld III I his S,1:tv to 'i.v .e oi it CoIitit -
limo thtI. was firaied by Ile Convention
illi Jackson, comniliencilng Janumarv
7, 186.8. 'Iiait Constil.titioi w:Is dtRea i
ed by 'a lar-o majoritY. W liv ? lhe
0:use it was VIlllimeail, overbularilg and
lifbiols to Ole-,0i,4 and enlizo-w there(Tf
The colore-d voters of this State a.cted
we'ly and jiisty in volitig against it.
Now, fellow-citizells, you are livilg
Il lite sonilb I Your interest. is at stake
iml the sow i ! \, m *vIlotto, for Ile peo.
ple to prosper Inl a State, is for nil to
Ih eac,eablytogether. You are living
among ihe I-thern people ; You have
beot raised up aIIIong them. Althoiffgi
they behl you inl slavery, forget every
ullug of' that ktmd. Let the past be the
pas. Cotile und r tie protecting wings
of your only and best, frienldb. They
1I'e uoi a nd study youi interests. Y ou
ar, a poor pcojI'; come. and -%our
stRving-childrin shall be'fed.
Tle,* . q'lestioll preselts itself to Its
vho fr'anod that Cosititution ? Was
it mon wlo hiill the interest of tie citi.
zi-sn at liart ? No; b it men who came
from the NorIth as adventurers to mopo
liz. t lie officer, anid distress tie peacea
lIe liizen. God would not siffer such
ti !w doe. lie used Ts all . iiigh ty
pI)ower, and Slew those who tried to dc
vrll* , a11n i -d our State is saved.
Th1 ratlie I t hv( mado you great
prollses--sliuch as, "'CoImio withi us, and
we Will do you)it good." lat good
ha ty d one voll? V 0 ve they giV.
en you Ie r;oif:v"- ;iit hev proInied I
ihve I1"y f.d yourl :bib1r,n ' Fav e
th gin you l'hig? No ; biit
levy hnave caised y,ui to sufller iuinger
aild waII t..
Now, stive yourI*.4l%vei. C6llic vith
n ,(an lei. 15 li vC p''nuc*abl l,Iokethler
I ne hlii' m,; e:h- l vft,cah save
xourc I eIS. More anon.
Cu.i1:s \V. i'indbUG'.
- . m - immployerz ,f colored po.
ple will oh. o e by renwilin . t* Iljeni
t n; eln'ela:r. (.\\r. lo.
Mr.'Alii, -hile. vidl-sti', I wuri
"WI" Il1111*Of Gon. Lee, makvs in' his work
' Otc ireeth or. by hltplicatiolr, 1 our1
issihons relativ' 'to Tis chairacter as a
nu111lary Imill whicil, if' tr1'. detract, a
grear.dei rromt his roptt ioln a.4 slel.
W e are not inl posive-Slon of sliffient ill_
fin mlnion 4 on !Ie siliji!eL il hir to proIvO
0r ('1f1!Iit Ow tI Ih oft dhes cialrges and
me111rIly lAy them before tli' reader with.
o l. onllnlt:lkl.
The fi irst assertion is that, in the
inu(mb1h (if A ugist., 1861, after ite defeat
at, iele .\oiintail 11141 e diastrons
reLtrogadeI4 miovemenit f'roim La:uriel It ill
by (Iii. 'Oa riett, thagt deii. fee( was ap.
iinI'll to thle ecClmiandu, audi, aifter re'.
civ Iilng n-ii forcementsl sol14 liCienit t) olake
ins Irth l fuhy1~ trpl. if 114>1 sil -ri,
to thle einemi',~ thuat, lie conifrtumied the4
dltter, for some0 t:mel, at "'Elk Water'
wi.r l e ha i'd JIml sui-roii.led; but yvol
finali' ly O re off his feoces wn hl am. an'an.
ion.I The somliIti ehige IS lo, thahduriilf
theI hlit!e rouni criod l i e-, by his
I ard ine l1o2 . 1IthUe chainc of enieIy 'de
1(r3ym i th le whlole ltedetral armdv.~
"i~ lmt fro ei(vidiene taken by the comn
'ille on thl e I10conduIct of t.he war in the
1"ederail ('ongress, there canl be tie doutbt
! ln :ler' ther victories;alinedl by uis oil
t he seveni pirceding (lays, if McClellan's
for'ces liard been re~"ssed after thley fell
back 1o liiiarrisonl's bandling;o that, the
Nothierni armiy woold have been ruined.
hits thiird chia rg is the same dilatoriness
ill tIsimg ad(vatalge of a victory, whiich
tie iIsplay edl aflter thle hattle of Fred
ricksblng;w whe~h; by his nIot mlakinlg an
at taiok onl thle 1.eXderals onl Ithe nlight (of
Decciiaber 13Jth ats ad vised b)y Stoht'.tvall
Jako *heni their arrmy was complete.
iy denworliked, ho gr]howed thlem to
cross 1.he rIver iln safety, anld 1lost anotlh,
er opportuniit.y ofdestroying the army of
the Potomaic. TJhe fourth charges him
wvlih bail genleraulship at . lhe battle of
Guettysbuirg, and1( there we belie.ve that
eveni GenI. Lee himself oohliesed that he
madeho a great miistaike.
.We sim ply stato these assertion.s
witIhut commitent, believmng that their
triuth arnd falsity will soon be made ap.
parent, as oveory day throws soms addi;
tidof,al liht on the charaer and conduct
of tims nnhappy war. 'Iill this is done
woe shall hlavo nothinig td say on the
subhject ; admitting, ho&wever, reluc
tanIce to beliove anlytin1n which do.
tratbts so greatly from the tame of our
favorite anId mnost successful chiiettain.
Tni5 FLoInIA L'no.--One of oii,
factors, says thle Chi-ledston Newvs
haive fuirnis bed us withi the following
extract froi~ a letter of a most relia
bid planter in Florida. IL gives a
sorry account of the ravagol iof the
(lAINEsvuf.LEp, (FL A.,) Aug. 20.
Tho0 cottonJ crop is as bad a failure
as la.st year. The eaterpillar hiaA
eatenT all theo leaves off' the stalks,
wichO look like a fire had been over
.A radical carpet- bagger is footin ' it
through A bbeville District dissemuinating
tillainIios of 11he most attrociou o harac'
ter; iln short, inciting the negroes to
violent deeds, and that a flxed time ##s
byeni set for them ,to comrihence tho
~vork assigned them, and that they
would be backed up by the Radical
Frqtn the Augusta Constitutionalist.|
V Foreft ed is Fopearmod.
t'rom ill parts of the South informa
Lion retichys us of negroes engaged in
drilling and other vatlike preparations.
In S6uih'Carolina, 'a 'Radical journal
boasts there is a'cdptain on every plati
tationl, and eighty thousand freedmen in
the Stato ready tor a siknil of insurrec.
tian. 'In Alabama,'Lohisiana and other
States similar 'expressions havo be6n
used by Radical orators. 'In Geor'iii,
wo boar of drilling, with,*it is assorted,
tho knowlbugo of the authorities. In
this city, several companies indulge ih
mihi:ry UvoNutions, seeking the maitle
of night o hide (licir 1,146atening 'pro
Tlitlierto,'We ha140n disposed to
believe that tI'ese '''nve"nents were de.
signed by the Radical leaders as a nere
jarty cl traq$, thie'yot(or to etmice the
belc man's*vo[e. ut (his judgment is
apt. to be overruled when men like Jus.
Jon.son and "Chief JusticO" Brown, at
time Capital of the Stato, and in hearing
df' 'Cflov." Hllock, nrgo the negroes to
arm for conflict, in case Seymodr 'and
Blair be elected.
If correctly reported, and all relIable
accounts agree with singular unanimity,
t.hese two men have heaped additional
infamy upon their already dishonored
names, and sttini before the people as
the very fiends of ivcendiarism. 'In
view of such eminently bad advice as
theso men givo, the negro orgaiilzations
become nhitdrs of serious imnort.
Every man, bladc land vhite, who values
peace and order better than outbiake
and death, should be impressed with the
solemnity of the occasion and the 'conh.
sequences likely to ensue, if evil-minded
counsellors are to be fo.lowed.
'If Messrs. liohnson and Brown meet
ivith no steriir rebtilis than those admin
istered by Joshua Hill, we may antici.
phte not only a'cnti'fihance ofrihillnight
drilling, but~h chronic'ionditioi of strife
aid reign of bad piSsions w'idli must
aventuate in disaster.
The Radical conspitators have two
purposes in view in thus comnpactiig tihe
negr6 lement mto a warlike boJv. The
first purpose is to carry the So~uth f>r
Grant and Colfax. The sec6nd ptirpose
is, in the ev(;ft of 'failure, to 'u6" t'ho
blacks, in conjtifiiion with the 'Grand
Ariny of the Repntlhe, to hold the Gov*.
erfiflielt Iffainst (hechoen 'chndidiate 'f
We feel confitde'it t'likt ' majority 6f
the colored nen who adhere to these or
tn11aiaio'i's have no ade4i11te 'c:>ncep
tiori of tihe'Co6nse4huences 1ikely 'to eneno
f'roni'i ion prearatiofs. They are ma
nipM'la,u * dlIurrel oYi by inen yli6
use theni for T)"'le and seltisi ends. Thi
are t0e 'tools of agitator's vh'6 W'nh'il r.ot
seruipie to sa'crifice th-hN, i'f sn'ch 'a i1*
molatioti cotld j'at) 4 t t hei'r 6w'n hIene.
fit. l lowever aixioiis thes' bloody'.
minided nien iny be foV thle tirising of
the c,lo.re(l Ni', t.heV ivould take espe.
eial pains to k'ep tleir owni 'n/o5s
safe, aIA havin: led their d'ipes into a
s1lntre. leave thur.n to ek tri'.AV6 tho\se 've'
Is-best they Cotid.
The be~nocrats of t'he Polt e'r'ie'st'.
ly desire fpeac with the celored )ivoile.
To ke-li this ea'e, twey V Aedy
endured a thoLsaid limiiitidii, Ad
art prepared to tolerate a thousand more
which do not directly assail their h'6mes
and families. A gaifist all such gontin'.
gencieh they will bd pre p.adei, And if', as
God avert, LIhe test. of'collisio'n he 'for'ed
uipon themi, they wdml not shrink fr'om it,
biut m:aiher wmhl all thle manhood of a
proudm and st ill poverTnil peop!e ilunke t h'd
With te AsdrinnEn t.ho that tli je.
miorAey hia'v'o no hostile intentionsA 1o
ward the black IVeopleg g\e '6al Wiiou -MI
who hove trainriihtyand hi e the l'o1'r'
of the Nt'e at heart, to abjure loval
leagues and( Bilita'ry gat.berings. fact
Lhom quit~ thiese pestilential organizations
and persuade others to do so. Ltthe in
lis!en to shi'ch.* men as EdmMll Nitgliell
and W,illis Rollins. Let thema Vote for
Grant, if the >fr hin, accor4ing to
tneir own free,jndgment, and not at the
compulsion of ether men. Let them
take all legal and sober steps to main
tain their P4osni, yri'vilmeg'e buit 'disa~rd,
at once and forever, all thoughts of re1
slsting the will of a majority of the
A mericani leoplle. A ri l.i edi Lo the
bayonet, is thme worst possible deec of'
the.negro franchise ;an apjieal to the
justice and generosit.y of' thie1ihite nmen
is apt to be miclh more ef'e'6tivb and
W,hiat. sayr ydoii colored men of deer
gia ? Will you hearken to thme tba'ch
lags of peace, or will you drink in the
words of' the serpe't w.liio lures vdiu on
to destrisction t 'd 1ciaii to thli opin1.
ion that tmany, very many, will range
t,hemselves ont the side of' peace, wisely
determinig that the progress and pros.
perity of' their people repo in the pur-.
suitsof' good belidvior and liot in tidrbi:
lenice and riot.
WVe trust, i future to chronicle i b>et
ter state of afnairs ; to roord apid ,dis;
solution of wicked leaguei 'he blackc
people have it in their powver to confer
honor upon themselves by a course of
moderation which will be at once a guar
antee of future benefits; 4ncI a wishering
froof to thiose who seeki theif uiniuiTi.
A slight, breeze was stIrred up In tihe Sen
ate (so-called) hast Satuirday. A colored
mafi--Wright; tf he ufort...during the ab.
uenie~ O? Presidu Iobs'9i, occupied thoc
ChaIr. This was moi'e I han seize of tiho
whites could atand, and they indghmntly'
retirad- Thu Senator from Greenvillt6 oen
ed on th6o Senator from Biarnwell, l'i thme
street, and treatenmed to administer a 0a8t1
gation to him: Jtft,t then a ctlfd itn'ember
esime up and propeod to g6S through' the
Barnwellit.o # hen the latter, foeurlshedl
his knife ini the air, threatenedl to "olip"
the contraban'd' A serious difficulty was
for i time, dt't ipated, but it blew over.
ftier avowedly gos heavIly armed. One
61this frIends writes that he is "afraidl of
his lIfe." 'Tis a life that any one might
frell be afraid of, bat we gness that Butler
imaelf is mere afraid of his death'-Pre,i
A Texas correspondent of the New
Orleans Picayune tells a good story in
one of his letters, of "a surly faced,
grizzy-haired, puny and noney eyed
chap," who persecuted a cortain ro
guish damso with his attentions, but
was finally thrown off the course of
true love by the following ruso :
"It being the watermelon season
and Betty's father having a fine sup
ply, all ile, youngsters for niles
around, asseinblod there on the bhi
dily, to feast on'niolons.
C. Ni1s"priniiiient in the circle, till
the afternoon. Betty held private in
terviews with the young mon, aid a .
ranged that C. shoutd be d6oyed
from the'lioise, and frightotied bm
r'df. i l's o his
d4,hvlidh. it was thougllt would
wound his pido and drive in away.
Five young mnl with C. walked
out. A bathe in the iver, three hun.
died yar*sdistant, was proposed by
o1e, and seconded by several. Of
course C. was "in ."
They went qowtt to, (Ii'e (ori,.aiier
the melon patch, aiid began und"s
sing. In the meantime eight or ten
others, with guns had gone down u
der cover of the bank, and secreted
themselves along the patli, frot thb
bathing place to the house.
'ow, boys,'' said one, "who shlial
be tHe 'fhdt to. dijo in that 'ere pool 1"
(I will,'" said c.,141in't I first w'hi
the gals I In course I'm first'leo."
Off wont coat, sho's, pant., etc.
Just as C. had doffed every thing, bar
ring a long fla01ttel shirt--bang I
bang ! bang 1 Who-nio ydh lang -1
went two, three, four guns-loid anld
shrill wont the Indian yell 'in tho'
dense brush, under the bank.
"0 Lord I I am a dead man, boyal"
sa id,Jin Sinvpson.
"My leg s br6ken 1 0, save me n
cried 'Oeorge Williams.
icun for life, men ! Ruiin-for mei.
cy sake run !" cried Jack f'rsons.
"One of thy eyes nh 'out, hand both
arins broken !"all bei'ig said 'in an in
"Do you ee tiat bla'zh along the
path ? Look a monment"--what volo
c'ity ! That jagged liair 'all straight
out behind-that's U.,. h , streakibf it
for the house, shirt and 'hil. See 1Iim
,bont the corir of th1o field, by the
11an' k . bin - 'nt half a dozen
pieces ; the hideou's war-cry rose
louder than elver.
"o, Lord " shoit'd C., iedo'uli''Ag
his 'spee'd-t'he M'e bTae getting larg
.o-r -butnhes of lis bushy hair drop.
ng out, as he "pread himself."
. bll)n l ea the ya'rd Yeonco--high in
t1i6 air-red Shirt an'd all.
The porch was 61ll of ladies-off
Went two or three more pieces. 0.
*glmn,d at the ladies-, then at his long
"Run f6o. gdur life 0.," screamed
13etty) "the house is full of Indians
Father 'is dead; and brother Sam. iA
wd '&d, Run--speed P"
In the twinkling or n eye C. was
out of tho a'rd ; and supposing thd
'm dsrrounded off lie shot, th'i
red l Izo morc brilliarnt than over'
id striklng direutly into a thicket,
and through a thorny bottom, he
swam the river ; and, although it was
sunset, he got into a settlement tUifty
miles <litt for break(fa,t next morn
ing, sthI s'taining thte sleeve and eel
lytr of his red siir, and rc :taing 11l
the family, visitors, &c., as slafi. s 1
for himself', Iho saidl he fought asi long
as fighting would (do any good.
It. is unnecessary to infoiiyu
ldear reader, whether 6i- i10t ey
was troubled with 0-. aft'i thirt s
I have reason to believe that the $20,000
burrowed by the government tod, about
which I Ielegraphed~ you, wasobtained from
the Chatham Railroad Managers, and that
.(iPgs,tn Is ).iimretQ9 hli, loan bill In a
different mastter andi fohl:. much larger
schenme. lie is to be inancial agent of the
i' tate ir, New York. The Govvernor's friends
claim that he could have obinined' money
long ago if ho had beon wilting to- give the'
discout asked, but lhe had too great a ro.
gard for the erectil of the $tate Ils $20,000
wilt, however, be a mere drop In tihe bucket,
as the following figuros wilt show. Theu
Legislature has been in session since July
6, andi it is now August. 20, jusat fifty.two
days. They gr paid six dollars a day, so'
that there iS now dute to each memrber for
hisper dien), ,the sum of $812. There aro'
one huundrell and tllf.y-t wo members of the'
Legislature, mnking the total amount ofper
diem now due $47,424. In addit ion to thi6
per diem tie members are allowed forty cony
per milsilieago,' twenty cents each way.
If we average the distanie of the members'
homes fronm tihe capital at one hundred 9
twenty-.five miles, We. will he under thie
mark. Th1at will give tis $50 for each mom..
bor, or $7600 as the total mileage. Ad4
this to the per diem and we have $65,024 a'
the amount. wich it will.take to pay off .thiq
members bf.tAho Legislature atone, to sa,y
nothing ofjhio salaries of subordinate offi-,
cers, the p,rinting, and other current expen
hes, for whlijih. $16,000 is not a high est
mtate, whib6p l.oul I give Ii , al$70,000 as a
fair estimatp pf the amqu it necesm~
pay the cost of the Legislatuire to date.
A RanrOAr, Pase Rary $fiernat OAO
rh?.BacoOa.- ,re d.p' Ia4q delegationq'
to the House ,~fz largi eA g9m,ern States
Qht do not oog 4in one mian reputable I'
pr1vate life or rq octabie iq fuiility. "Ood
ontly knows what we are tqe'10i with theos,
creatures," exclaimed one bt the loading
members of the Republican party, and one
of its most prominent Qpngr.qesmen. "They,
seem to me without 6haraeter4thonig they.
have not very much hopo o'f ret iining their
,lgl .on their districts after thieir first e,
tioh;' qrnd a good tmanv of them are sure to.
go in for making the tost- they can out of,
their positions while they lhare them," We'
certainly have got a very.lrerge elephant
upon our hands.--Cncinnatjj uasette (Itadii
The Lancaster Ledger char%es so-called
lenator Whittomore and ljNle ge with
lehivering incendlary speeches, in thaL,
pwn, on Saturday, tile 22ii. The former
leclare.d that ho-"Intended to stir hell gen
trafl until Grant and Colfax were elected ;*
hat 8oymouita murdered 600 orphrans
mdioi ew York," etc.. The latter
niong other thIngs, assorted 'that If the
'bets attempted to upset the present State.
bovernmont, ho wvould throw o.li his ju4icial
'obe, and buckle on tis ai'mo4agali' In'th'o'
rause of the negrmo"