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VOL. 11. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESD)AY MORNING, SEPTEMB J2,186 O.4
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[ Fr"om the Noijolk Journal.
"WHOM HAVING NOT BEEN, W
nY ml. E. M.
It is easy to love olien eye l.iot5' ,
And the .itie reveals lptthe heart,
Whlen the flush on 0he ollok can the sot
And the lips in gladess rt
There's a thrill t'f bliss fif the ldvlng kiss,
And a s'po'l in the kitidky tone.
Anil thle spirlt Hlath bonds of tenderness,
To link to' itself its own.
Bitt a deeper joy, that halith no alloy,
F roie the heart's l,re lC'oun t iay Ilow,
Wifen its wealth of lold is lestoed above,
Wihere all its pJnises go) !
In 0011m111ulion Sweet, aL tho Moroy seat.,
We call the Chr1hit our own,
Ant never again mty wv complain,
Who are nevernioue iAonc.
Thongh wo gazC, not now oil the lovely broy
For us It lt, felt. the thorn,
Thuigh tfar from honie, we pilgrits roan
Atd our feet., with toil, to ilorn ;
'l'hotgh We 0 nv r have pr'essd tIhat, pietrcI
i. is strotched our lives tbove!
And we own His oai'e. inl griifful prityer,
4Whon haviig ]lot seon, we love !"
We have felt Ilimli nnar, for itifiy a year,
Wi'i nt eve we bent. tite knee,
The pretrende there, the answereol prayer,
Dw,r 8aiviour camo troml riee i
When we've huld our breath , by the bed I
it an agony of woe,
In that darkest hour, we have felt His pov
All colnfol I to bestow.
And still as we olimb thi. hill of time,
AntI tie iopos of earth grow din,
Through tlie gloom of night, to the heaveni
We are prossitig oit (o Him!
Fromt the idols CWay, of this fading day,
We are lifting our eyes above
To tile city of gold, witeru 1iN arms sh
"Whtom hav'ng not secn, we love !"
0orrespondenoo oftho Charleston Coi
CoL.uMnI, Sept. 9, 1868.- With Ll
exception of the Rilroad fBilq, no ma
ters of' atny public intoraet have boe
considored or disposed of by the iegisl
ture during the past two days. TI
fact is, that patriotic body has becn' tc
much engros.ed it tlfe-proceeudings of 1 [
SStato Republican Convention, of vhi
a majority of tho leibers of' the (het
cral Asse-mbly aro also iembers. Y e
torday the Chatham Railroad Bill wt
pit through tile Senate, ui,der the ope
at,iong*( anutmote power,'tho roundattio
of-which lay, without reasonable doub
in -the bottom of at long purse. The o
position, hovuver, Contested its pnsna.
with great skill, but, were in so sm,t1l
iwiWority that tht logic of Corhn, i
efot)qienco of Whittemoro, and the ingt
nuity of Lesli availed no more tha i
retard th'e final resut.t Thiat motne.
wa'ts apet frooly Wy the Comnpany, cai
hardly bo qoslionied, atnd that it we
"'loanted" to the State~ Oovernmt,t b<
sides is a- fiet,hypln disputo. Thi
antd t,bts alone ac'opts for the pasa
of t.he Bill, as notVfotvof thlose wh
arc intterested in its '"anc5o express
groat doubts about theo contidtygn.
theo road in this State over bigb
mtencOed. It is genorally regarded 'a
hiuge wild 'cat amuThr, che Itrposo of wie
was to get, tho entdorsemenit of Not
Carolind' on its'-h)onde, the usual suppo,
of this State int tho Way.'of -a chtarte
antlAle.n either te soll out - the ,concer
teothe,r,parties for a good pr'ice,. t
re1#hze wilatevet' was possible on t,lto se
opsities, and take an air line fer la
j~piplwich an' Amel-ioani:.SheifF~ ebutl
n6h 4 li is tho history of tlz
Chzi noad. 'i"pjbs ordit of th~
men al'lqady mni jt on, eafing thz
to k'owledge enable
Wt-y d'efeat it iw LIl House on its tihir
1oading. It is vrehMyf d~~~oe ;what,.Lea
l'io proposetd an ad'ditiontal sectionl to Lh
gers or in its emlployees"in.aceoult<
'aco, color or previouts cotidIution,0 an
l,ba'Lth6'vory trhen like .landlphl at
Swiaila,g~hio crietd'out so fant .againi
tinilkt"'week for 'voting aga inst tI
san6'lljg tn -the famnotls Disaritiniatik
tratig 6tut iperd-ventiure. t bat 'ht
"prino: 'p1 N" old 'net ithstand's hle: 'i
sinua11tidg inifluences of thQ Tiroas'urot'
' T1!iq Blue llda Bill.- the paridifl'
of fhh'bl oe ,made piblic soind vik
sinWp ho SoJ4ito.yostorday wit
oulb, flAho lIouso enicouite;
o&o pjonstop fronk,iio.less a distinguIs
et . nreri'than'hfie "Groat Finadoll
ti 'gh" of. h 'SL;aLo Mr. Comptrolld
'General Noagle Tihis indivtdnial,'wl
aetilres to -the repittation of beintg tIl
greatest fi'nancier in the Statc', withot
h)ts3sessingi iufcint nlblhty to < Liflii
hhtn tint.'.h. the priti ....' IUS. I
arithmetic, undertook to combat the Bill
as soon as the first section had been read,
on th ground that South Carolina
could not Mrord to lelld ihe Itoad her (,(
dorsvtnent whilst, her credit was so low.
- On this propositioin ho elaborated at
-- length, finalliy winding ipi with ite as
- ser(Ioll thiat.it was dem-on8triable by the
rulo of direi-, t.o ill1ust rate wich Io e.
e marked. that if the State owed $5,500,
000 and her bonl's were wort.h 60,
tien to increase ti he debt 1,000,000
would depreciate tho bonds to 25. 1
metitioi his premises' and conchision,
otilv as they Stiflco to show that they
W were the best parts of his speech, and
hey were worti jnst nothing at ail.
B The ftininie Part of the matter of this
debate.iS. that after sensible negroes like
1liasif, Deliargo and Ilt3iott had ex
.110sed his sophistries and profound igior.
ance, the lattet proiitded a query,
which resulted in the following epi.
0lliott.. Will tle gentleman from
York allow mo to ask hin a question ?
Elliotr. Are you not in favor of do.
stroying this Bil becanso You wish the
road to pass through Spartanburg?
Neagle. I a(i Tot.
Elliott. (\tlt great emphasis.) I
am sorry I can't. bke' tjor word ur iI
[Great sensa tion aroulid hilo flouse ]
Spouk.r Moses. The gentlemati from
Barnwell (10llioti.) is out of oider.
Elliott.. I am sorry. Mr Sieaki-,
that my feelings botra ved tl( in l in i iig
the remark which I did, but when I did
so, 1 Ieant it, alii sick to it.
SN eagle received thif i.;nsult with butrn
ing clheek aid tremblitng voice, btit, as
inght. have bee expected, att(mlipled
n0 rjonliler. erom tlilt moilent, the
little patientce which the mellinh-rs had
exercimed bvcame exhisted, an-l when
Ove' lie ag;I n rltoSe theri0IM0 was sneii a
maifestation of a wairr of respect flor
him, tbat,l his remarks were either waiv
ed or cut decently short. Opposit ion
if such as his was well understood to pro
ceed ether from factiois 1uo1.%iv(14, or ail
absolite lack of sense oimghi to inder-.
stand th merits of the Bill. Before tIhe
WIas is1(ol. Thire is, lowever, no dou0,'.
lott, the Bill will be piassed lhv an ovcr-i
y wlt'liming vote.
Tile discssionl of the Supremte Coirt
Bill, in the Sunate, takienl ill connection
with curtain' collitterin I matters, indicaltcs
S learly a dispo.iition, on tile part. of th
Repiblieam, to -vt rld of the Ileph1ant.
whicl they purellased in tle person of
" Chil, Justice Mose.,, so-called. It will
L- be rememlibored that his election, in the
teeth of ta provisioi of tho Constitution,
e that, o person wio was an elect.or should
be perit.t d Lo ho l ollce, glive rise, at,
n the tim, to Sv'riols doulbts. ai t. his eli.
.. gifbilit.y ; but thefe'- were salve.- over by
,is n<o,ro fries, whom hIle hiad fmcces1.
o tilly buttott-hoed, a Ii] who said to his
e opponnts that the difficuyl would be
h obviat.ed by Ile removal of his pohl.ical
. di.sabilit .s. Since his promotion lie has
- writen the 11Lott letter, and that indi
a vidual, properly resmnt.ig the gross in.
sult received at the hands of the 111RI
n whom lie, (if all others had assisted to
I, office, lsr m:: arrangements to stave
i. off that pleasant little operatiotr by
Congress, which would enable koses t~o
a take his seat on the bench. In this he
c will be greatly aided by the Supreme
Court BiJ, which will provide that mv.
o fes Moses cant qurlif'y, by the 1st of
y January, his Gflict will be declar'ed va
n cantit. So there is a prt'ty str'ongf proba
a bihty that the. Chief Justico will Come
- to grit f. antd that his c'oinversion to the
re'pubbencit faith will, in the end, be uni
d GiREN.t'W ON GRLENNBAoK.-Qre
>( Ic says it is tidie that. Mr. Sherman, J
r~M oMtou, aiid 'other leadi'i 1%l~dtcmt'fs
t 1uitd aghedtt.fe f igitiQin heb tells t.ho
hi tr^ti b$4f90li'paragraph, whbich
hi niver-t.hees is Cmnsin g enough to toso
-t, who for'eseo that thieiole debt is soon
r, to be repuidtated. We qnofe:
i "Here it is plain thit, ..Ir..7fun'in
r profioses to pay off $ 1,300,000,000 of
Interest-bearing debt by sii'ply prmnt.ing
y oila like amount of non-interest- boaring
dl pr'ormses, payable at no timae and' in
o ,nothing, and say to thie public creditors,
o 'Takce these or nothmng- your interest
e stops from, this day.' He whio does noS
v fe4 thiat thIs would'be nakftd, unbfush-.
d ing villainy-that it would put piracy to
i. 'the biush'ant erimSon'th Li bi-ow of I>ur.j
d glary-must be destitute of moral. sense,
M r.. Thurmtnv k,tvi-.~he 'cannot it
o know-thathe iste-of $,3.00,000,000
g. of new greenbacks, with no provision for
-their patymenmt, would destroy die' valuo
>f of greenbacks almttont'ontirel'y. S'uch an
d issue would niot morely wipe out the
d national dlebt-it would wipe ont all
it doebra wha&,evoer. The tyt3sge,.e,exa
it by the sp)oihationl of the widow and or
pi ihan ; wh, the means of the poor de..I
ir posited in saving bsnks,. life insurance
~*'onpanius, etc., wotuld be0 pratctically
5n ficated. Yet, hie calls ont the poople
~o pay gh' : tigabguebt,, no.t, by. e@rnl
ni,"o/ .t or anv'fowm of"self'-denhtl,
Sbut, by nake 'fau'd.
n n det an agent in
d wa to furnfeh bin with whiskey for
1i aryouing warriow whctts& bon bitten
r. by a rattlesnake, intima~ting that four
e puatts would be necess5a?r "iAur
e quarts!"' repeated the agent with sur
it. prs :"as mu ich as that ?" "Ye,
y replied the lIndian, "four qjuartt
A .ake very Lig."
Another Convort, to Demoorocy.
IHoun. l<ranklin P. Dacll:, hvietofore,
promkinun Iltiican policitn of Mf
lad, Ohio, and a life-lon; oppoet0 i
Ale ieiocratic party, has colm ot
ypunly tti( sIparuly for Sl.8eyl mour i an
Blair. MIr. Jac'ins, in 1862, was t,
Republican caihdate for Jitdgo of lh
Supitre Court inl that .St ate. MI
Backus is a man of great, iillIevnc, .
fille lit" yer, 1111d will miake Ils powlr fol
mi the coining campaign. in i Ia rVC'-i
speechl dlliveted in Uleveland, hu de
.Iare-d himsevlf thtisly:
"The lat timkle I attenpoed to addres
it crowd froi this balconv, it was i
Lle occasionl o a meeting held lnuder th,
ame flag tiaL floats votder. The moet
ing Wa's held ill a gloomy hour of ou
Repu6liu. It waul at that, tiie wheli
reasoRN's brazen front was ereat, nwt
when te South was arraved ill atne
resistanc to the govrunelt of on
Rovolutioiary fatler, Vi) gaVe 1s al
we were prou) to own. Oa that nigh
roi rallied, and set your brothers an(
MIns to the tett1e- field ,O mnnin till I 110s
ntitutions. You ralliod i you
itrengthj, anid in Lh- providence of God
wVere-suoceeas!l in u llpholdin t.he flag
e r11it; lmd, we holl, ill presorving;
itr Consitiution for us and onr descend
t'.s. Buat,.bark as was that 1,1r. qlii'
ws dark anI hour lowers over this 6ov
Irmet HoW ; anld whel ler the gloonl
Jball be displlktd, or wthelr we ae t
have eternal tigi, dvpIlknds oat tIho ste
Nes of the' Lit tickets noIminated ill N e
York. ellow-Citizeas-age, /Wtow
Democrtdi I That has been a hao
word foR me to imt.i I F.r a q,rte
q at citntury t have bwt-in Iraintied s i
R lilan, and it c elad forMUA n):
to designate tnysel ab a Mora.; bu
when t0eazon at the South itIas beel
chrushud, andu treason rises up at, til
Nort.h, after the flag ha floated in Lri
iamph over) relhollo, w 0e,fr the unll
holy purpU416 61 tile party itt pIower, t.1i
ITnioi ha' been kept astider-th1
Union that, iall fouilht lor, only to Ima
it pr)VvIe alt typt.efi'; wh"ln one3
tIrdA ortheo !,ntioni 1o-day i, ifbj)tt :
power, ill titile of pvace, unl2 reco"nIlizv(
bly th. (o.anI lt.ioln --nol, to seilre Vic
lory, lloI to eaer li"! triumlinpil of, 1.I
lag a triinth for ai timw. but fer Lilt
l pliq pu h of pre.serving ill pteripoti
Ly the (Iaower ot a larly ilifif. to wiel
it.; wlit, all theso y'eals, that partY lia
ben laborintIg no to heal sectii
Wo1und0s and tL bit.tro eigendere
by warl, but to see i) W hat. asstliptiol
of p-wer they pr 11etho SoI.h froti
COmlling back as Democratie State., 111n'
li.us keaep in place the party that. is riot
ing tta spoik. I say, wheot sich comli
5i0s ham SWxi fo I bree yo,rs, 6i
.hat, wolI tamller ill pron inlf-ifig tilt
lf a.ot0rat-- wh18os. pa rty is t.i
oilv one o Illht wu cau look for sne
-or fromn these woes-is nto a1.1n for lth
t1.in1es. Arid I say to-Ilight l hat I hav
6ever snid hbere , Ihat. I stand lore is
Deiocra.-a Ie-a-k-ler I. as delnned m ih Ih
phltro of tll N- York Convenion
C am willing to hglt, under the banlne
:>f tile IyeiloclacY, atind 0Od willing w,
will achieve a victory.
I did ntot COMO here to speak at longti
but. I mnust say a1 Word for t.hat. imcl de
ipised man, Aa.drew Johnson. No nat
U.eed hiss tihe nialo of Andrv/ Jolmson
If over a man showed a devotiota to thi
Donstitution of to Unit-d Sitt.es, le i
tir:.'t, man'; and I eballewne ite lost' pro
r0iutd' statesmen to co2121 lvert. it. Ljoo,
at hiis mi0eda'ges 2and( co)inpare Ithem112 witl
htis predecessors, ineC hindig Georg
',\rnshigton and you will hited t.hat, hi
(Fre unsuarpaissed it the anntals of Ami2
cnan history. H11is deIvot ion to Ithe Govl
lrmetaas been prIo vedu underi( cirm
stantces m2ore tryintg t hatt (ver surrtoundt
ud prinoo0 Or potnltaite. HeI ima~ b'erm
Ihimse10f' nobly anRd ha1s made himiself I
elerifitce on thec ailtar of his coaunt'ry, andie
Ibit, for a. few mern of hoanesty.vitnd mlteg
y ill ,he,Senatoc, lhe would lhave b)emI
oeposed. 'All thnks to haim for hais faIithi
tulness in tho hour of I ria
It is nnnecessary to descant on th<
neirits of' Messrs. Seymnour andl flair
hoy3 areo knownm to you ad the world
E-Iorattio Seymour is one0 of the fire
itatoamoni anrd truest pal.riots in L,ii
sroad nation.- I amU contenated' witri tie
mindidatesa and Svith, ou' 'glorious ,plat
brun. ~ We have nothung to do but t<
>rganian for Victory, g-> to tho polls iine
4oVok'mnt., akhting iLa bat-k t o the
tatuiSof its glori'ons fvttiders. 1 hanvi
Faith thtty' we shamll b lsuceut 1Mvt
a1I. God heclpuw.dAnd theo evafsoP fle~r
Even without any13 eflorl2tionh par
>f the I)hm2(Orats( and Cionsaervaties
heo Riadicail victory in 'Vermiont, ia
practica-ll'y an o v i d e n o o 0
Ilolland"-thaut is; all ;- b)at when we
30mo to analyzoe the vote, it i)4 fou'ntd
Shiat the pooieats liavoi really ga in
3d )noreO tan tdio. adicals. Thle
toGls ~eieresyt of the- oleotions iu
[84. 186"', t d'. f8O6taro'a.'follows :
1868 - 15,5S2' 82,00(
L89J4 3~2I1- 58,41i
(Dolighf'ul solao' of my3 hiouirs of.nf.
IliOe,ion, angel guardim of-muy patha.
stay thirough l ifo's vici'saitudes, thmot
Wile) art dlearro maa e thanIi lileo itself
go y'our need(1 atnd Iingstl, and1( sew a
)Utton Q1n mv....nnionablvu"
'The Dayton (Ohio) Vallan.
dli.!-,1111n's paper, 'Says thait thev ectloln
of Sty Iour "will destroy Radlil:ji r.l
1, ItI..! rIetion1 schrelies," and( "4rid tihe
Soi t-h ofr -t lorde I ot' carpet--hag sela
tulS congSSmen, governor. anid le.,
isla i ors.'' 0 0
Wo find tie above paraded inl the
columns of that Stupidest off ill Jaco.
.)bill j- Owlsh Now York Tj'/c-v.
L Te Soullth to be rid.ded of i torde
- (if carpt bag SenItators, coigressm1en,
goven 1rs() I-S anrd I egisl It 1r* by tho
D o r loi-atit pyi It. '' Tha t is tle
crime with which the Deiocratic par
ty is chlarged.
-,Nw who are theso calrput-bag sena
r tors, goveIrnors, &(. ?
I Bruzon-raced fellown wo never saw
I tho flash of gullpowder.
J ackals who followed in (ie wake of
r overwhelming armics, bullying and
I plundering the weak andl hclf)less.
Tle otpouring of Northern jiails
I and penitentiaries.
Nmless Vorui'in at lonic wyhoni
r their <YwdItIeighborn would not allow
, to sicep in their dog-kennels or eat
f with their hogs.
Ign1,1rant, illiterate black(guards, not
- capabla bf regulating at drove of don
kevs mtuch lets of making lav,1: for d
1hinling mmcikbers of the imlorali d
> eilighLoed party of which the Tt*s
is a worth exponlent.y
Aid what, ire they doing ?
- With in ilp ralleled Cflronttclry they
I are holding ollics which thy acquir..
red by fraud nid force, and in ltter
L conteIIpt of t(e Will of the people for
> whose benefit t,he oillces were created.
Holding them, too, in the imjority of
I cases, without complying withii the
Ilaw which re(uiires them to give se
curity for ordinlarily decent ielavior.
And as a matter of course they are
robbirg tle people without so miluch
as naaking an attempt to coneceal it,
Hlaving coe among uts inl thread
hare coats antid dirt3 Rhirts, they are
growing slek and prosper'Onls, driving
I fist horsen and squantdoring ilir ill
- gottel gainis irn Lire indulgence, of
istly paons. t e carpet-jlg
"Legislator", left. thi's city aIfew dalys
g or tie Ilt Sprinlgs of A rkansas.
I They tre debanchiting tihie n egro
; popila tion, us Otit.. O'ook's saihiis diid
I tihe an1id wich - .silanders--behlav ing inl
l tilt respett ts abandoned oute.sts
will ever lichave whIlo are freed fioi aill
I restrainlt and entrusted wifi dNvf otd
- 'lTey are workiig tday and night to
- briln onl i a war of rIces that. w)uld
Ilot mily dellger tihe South inl Ilood,
-i t wild sooner or later, Overwhelm
Ithe w 101o0 colIItI1.iit llin i.
- 'he are rendering a restoratlon of
tle t -iTion iirpossible, by placing
theirselves between tire honest people
Iof' the North and of tl.e Soi.t. so that
lthey cannot see onre arnot her.
Arnd by so doinrg they are robbing
I of the price of his blood the No, thern11
soldier woliu really f'ouglht fvT t1is'
, Notwithstandhig which it, is the d
- claret purpose ot' the Jacobiln par'ty to
I give tire conqute1r'ei S iiithI--coI'llermd
at the expense of so mtch blood and
treasurc--iot to tire Union onc more,
a but to tle cirpet-bligger.
Therein the said irt y I dilTers bu oo
I rotrr tire Demiocrtitic pai'ty.
ra(i TIi:nuN-ouTr Ar ti. :s'TK, (IN Tiioy
- 15'tu. --T'he pe*ople of1 Chetstecr antd tlhe
- adjoi ninig D)isrtricls hadl( a grndL dIemoun..
- s'rat ion antd hb trn, Ott T.nesday lasi.
Ove 2,0 peros were present, anid
monGkOuvernor Vancie', of N orthi
Ctarolia. taddressed( thre meetinrg ;t tnd in
thre asb.erroot, speeches wiere ma:de by
tire lIIon. (.. Canni tonr, Gent. Kenniiedy
Col. Th'lonis. Jatines Mintor adLdreissedl
theo color'ed pleole, of whrotm t goodly
tnimber were pIresenlt. A radicaul moti..
itng near by absorbedi the rmajority of tha6
coloredu petople. TJheso Demrocriu
gathietrings aro tinmerouis alt IIOVEn t'lme
State,.arid te whites tuir-ot e4' 7;e'ab
and conspJiritQ. Tire spirit is firm- aid
roeoluto and untantimones. Tire wvhit
tieopleofo&ntth Cairoliina, ailmosit to a
inran; are Democoratio ; manty of t.ho col
ored people are joining the Democratic
raniks-nid thre radical paurty is confmned
aiiost 'e iahiveliy to vagrant.s fromt
aibroady tand the doItuded colored popuala
tioln. Ver-y goikd mn fi rom the Nor th
is beartily wir thre D).-mocraoy ; overly
ti:ine foreignier fro'or. acrossl$ ire waiters 1s
in .thv--rime eti.cgorv----aind thIus w
-. tiovu lrly .ands.ea'rdily. .
Geni. (Grunt; it hi lstated by those who
hrave oxelleit oqpnrtnities bf knowing,
ill tnot. re'signt his peiionn ne G'cneral
ulerss ire is (tleetbd Presidenit. Hie does
not, see thaL ho is re<puired to <d0 so ci
t.her.by. tbN circumistncnes of the caso or
t;ho law of plreclentit.
Rf. 17'. Wd and Benjaniini Cannon,
(wito,) rand Hloniy latle,y uand Hall '
theo C]arolinSjacu1an, dondnohIg the
Loyal- .'honguLe, and1 dela4iirig that
they have retired from tl,at iniqult..
Rtestorinig lost chtildron is a big bu.
Rintess in Bhrooklytt. Last Month 132
childr'en wore restored to thoir pa
Cotton -Tho Norh and South.
The Nation al Asso.ci ii4i tr 04imi knii.;
1iact-IItin-ers 4 l '14 Trai ler4 hanve i.414,d thei
l*-rst, report- I The 11ppend14ix Coinlaints Mile.
mients of' rnI'lih Valie 1iu1 int , eIrest, prepanell
bpy tie carefiItian of I ti. eitrumati Or
Uoloiittee on 8:I isties.
A prominlenlt ftl. showin by Ihe present14
If I bIit ionfI is. (ha InI h Ie proh4)'111 - an f , i 4.., I
Alilnplion o o et ill thit comilery i4 jimteli
lretie' tha1In hIs beenW IISupp111o1,4041. It is sin -
u11lar11 that so great a wiinm of' acoiltacy has
been sitilered ti exi-it, ins lite stitemenf;ts of
lil,erentl aiul h(-ril iv.s. lIven in i ie ite if
"Itecoip ait porits," Wielf himi be fleCs
-iAe; 1h lgires viry by ialny tholtsamis of
Iles, Iid, generally, oieis luo inch
eason for sayinig, in accordanoc ,.,ih (lie
knloWn lr.ter-e-1 or wishes of ile compiler.
Lit e cesc of the New J'ork 118hipping List,'
ieretof*66 fe4'qVtif a1is file first ax.diority,
lie blund wrs have been tiule apparent it oall,
uld out. of its own figures it lis becit Vc
eicled of gross inacuiraly.
That the (1n1la'g-il eslimato of lie crops,
is set forth iit the iepor , are approximkato.
y correct, may lie proved by (ho lestilony,
low colledl), of (h'tr coir'efjtfon. Re.
tihr1 enoogh hate ben received] since Ihe
tite of tlie ptiblished table, to warrant. I lhi
MAief lhAt the miunber of spindles exceeds
leven ifftlio'i;, consuluing, annually, sav
me millio hles of co'ton. A comparlson
vith ihe censts of 1860 shows that this rate
If coistimption is not oxcessivo. A total of
2:36.727 qpindles then reilitired -122.704,.
176 p6Ad6 u'f cotton, or say 80 potnis per
:p i idle.
Bill. tile mddilion of forty percent. In spin
lies has been so generally in li n iior
mnumers that the constimp6i per spindle
Srediced fifty tweinty per c-e , or 10 six.
y-foiur pounds, being fuay fotr mid ) hall'
keins plr day on nit nvinrage of nmnber
w!"nty-live ya1n'. App.lying livso colrlec
in' t o lihe f 6gfrfs 6'f 1860, we have .>
t1 75 t . olind-A ofroirl tolAl preset. atnnual
.0iosilmpiiIl. fin a11no1nt1 ailumst exielly
Lgreeiig With ilte actual returns.
Tius it appear., tha we have this year
'efluired at leasi 1.,700,000 bales of' Collon
o Cover Ile foreign export, (lie h0om1o enl
<milpliol, and 11h1e slock leff on 8eptember
Ist, 1868. Hiave we had it '
lieree were0oil hanld sepim
ber 1.41, 186i7, soy 00,00
'ie receipIs at ports by anl
averago estimate nre 2,120,000
l' l cnsmplion of Virginia
and 8outhiern 1 Altes, not.
contiled inl recelis at
pQrts, say 100,000
A (Ohti'I '1 Of00,0011
vic hi leaves- ttI,000 hales as ie lilotlil
wollght Overland, Indil 114- 00111led in 1ie
'ceipts il 110rs. This will seem large 10
hose whIlo pill their failih Oin collmn "circu
ars," but nut to I1hose who have been cog
lizalnt of tle 1imm11ee90 amjolulnl. of Ctlen
'ee'ived 1 ('i nein i iati, St. houis, Na-shville,
Uloiphis, elma111, anl all lie inerior lowits,
)f 11fh'ich a large part has not Ileefi 'uun od
I the receipts it anty port. lie who should
lelny that Ihl su11111 p113 from this sulitrco is
Iriven to declare thal it his ,not been con
umed ; for If not hilig I adlivia o' 81o1ch
i'erland receipts, liho Norl hern mills crn
)lly hivellsed lie 80.1:ti Hes (A' lnild
ilomber 1, 1867, nd the 2.1'i0.11I1 1 o.
teived a1 ports, less the exporis of I,i;I.II0ou
>alcs al in balance (i :itock of say 50.
)1O, leuving bt.510,Ot) bfiles for the North !
1it w1itt i'fles ,)I h'e (., shown h Ilhe
abler, tIit I wenty year.- .go Iiht North oini
um111e1(d mure I lit tfhis, and wil i two known
*xCePltills, ltave. ever .inee lie 0o so, and
hatl flit) centvs of 181) slows a lotal on.
n11111111ion of 9-10,000 iles of -160 pounilds
ulch, On lesis I itan live itInI it Illarler mIlil.
ions or spindles, while now we have over
seveii milliotis ?
c6'dii undertakes to oxplain the mn'em?
ong of' ttil. imemorable phrase, "Let, tis have
Peace." lie says, witlhout ary circumlocti
ion or clianco of initake, that it is the in
tetiion of trant, if elected, and of the Radti
alo mnjorlity In ('ongress,to govern Ihe* cotnn.
try b)y the helpi of' "a litle tr'iaIngular p)jie
No iVlolr the tro00ly toil 1)in lhe Soulth
mid the Treasur'y sitckers sit the Noirth stup.
port hiim. It will take a gieat many "trl
rngular pieces of ste" (21'to keep te In
lower, andl, so, Grlant1 is the man1 f'or t heir
mioneOy and4 their' pap Thiei'efoi'e, ''Let us
s>iece q|/r .l', c'alled a buoyourt." GaurfielId
mys) sto. (Galieid ough*t lo know. G.arieldl
is one0 of thie JainC)ii prtophelts. A "trianu,.
tuilar pice of steel, call as luhjone," 1 tihe
tuty responsei thie people will get frmt G rant
erhen-' rhmyaaklCtibbu' fl' fo'ieb and' oIlher
(dtiall matter's. Well, wohopeo 0soo Grant's
.'iangtular piece very sutmmarily putt on the
heif in November nexi. We a're oforsecl'o
lrie6lIlini dtilli~ng solItudes only to call Ihiem
pleeo"-triagualar or otherwise.-Augusta
"C00txTtto Ott iOpetxt."-.VqV-arC-nol. dis
losed' fo be oer-sangulno as fo the eceellon
lf Seymotur, Greeley, ,however, sepas to
toncedo i., . quotes Mr. Naar's est iwaied
voto for 86yiod6, VI4toh Is at folIenas
"edineetIdItI, 6 ; Ne w York, 8W: Peonnsyl
iala'ylatnd, 7 ; I'ent dolly, 11: M Issouri, I I;
Arkans~as, 6; Alabamnt, 0; Louisiana, 7;
loorgha. 8' North Carolina, fi ; (iIo, 21 :
[ndhant,, 18i; Wisconsint, 8; Califolnia, 6:
)tregon,81': NebraskA.,*-t Nevada, &1 'Tolal,
[08. Tolal vote, 817. A majority Is IM.
And (lien adds:
"If Pennisylvaniai, OhIo. antd !ndiann,
'of e as hh-dsthi'ales, Heymotar *111 certaInl'y
Itavo ai 01kanoo ; Ihotugh he eMnnof even onro
y suchl Riates as MIssourI, L'ibinu, Wile.
nionh, CalIfornIa,, anid N ebraskan.'.
'.iIi o I'vo Sl ates casl thidlfy-fotw Vofte. S'o
hat If all of .themi go fe! Orant-uth rest,
'otin)g.as Grootey seems' leoocde tlfoy
aliJ)-Soymnour will neoerfthlebl8. olob.
Rt wIll be oliseved'l hagt n')h'EItinstjto
lin is not friolditbd, and litiW t11e#fore
enceded t6 atut.-chnimd hjseik
Brigham Young has the confrd#ct fo grade
heo Ion Paeific RaIlroad fronm the head of
chs t'aaon-to Salt Lake, and has begun
Tlit'lnTNNNEssm SUAn.-- At noon (o.day
Alesses. Wistmer, i1iiillton and Agee, the
lilegatim-h friom theTeinessco Iegislature,
had a fMil interview with President John
.on, e(t Ilhe Sbliject of sending Federal
(rops to Tennestieo. to assist in controlling
the election inl that State.
Tho ilterviow was secret, none of ithe
hrs einig admitied. WeNV r,Q eevr
that tlle rlesi,i'nt promisel to have 1r4ops
in readiness if anything Should occur to
render their Bervios neoo4sary, and thalt le,
the Peosident. with tho assistance of Score
Iary eholield, would do all in his power 4o
have arrsted ally Meotis Iroubles in t1ho
State. by giving the proper precautionary
orders to the tilititry cotuiilatder of that
Tie delegat ion leave this evening for Ton
nessee. They appear well salisfied %it f
the success of their visit, to President John
soi, and retutrn to their constituents With
tno fear of the K. K. K's or choir fricids.
flow many troops the Presidunt will send
to Tennessee, hIat lot yet boon fixed. Tho
report of the dolegation to the Tennessee
LegIslature will evidently tell thc whole
A WAIl FUoN (11-:nt1IA.-Tho Ihairman
of the ltopublicau Stale lxcoutive Comilit -
tee of Georgil htas writt en a letter to, his
iatsters at Washington. lolney gives a
specilmen of this comiposition. ler-0 it. is
'Unless Cjongress doe. sanet ilhing for its
tod only knows the restill in Man parls of
1the State. Our party is composed almost.
entirely of colored ilenl. If tlie whites ati
teit to interfero with iem at. Ith polls,
and I there is overy reas m to believe that
they will, bloodhed' Vil! ilow. Cai Con.
gress do anylhiig for ts ? ()lr, General
Assombly will do nothing to preserve Peaco;
will Congress do it "
Just at p!reqC''t, in. 'mSchmick, to whom
i. n'p;)el has probally been ma11do, is try
ing to save his own b:eon in Ohio. Per
haps, however, another howl in a louder
key inight tell upon him and start, all the
Coigossiontil pikok in a getieral whino.
Try it agai, Mr. bimirIn'ttl, and pitl inl a
little m1or of the raw-head and bloody
bones st yle.---.A a.'lude C,oas(itutiom!!it.
ILAk'o1 P ll4l r loi-NuM--All over the
country I he laboring people are moving In
favor of Democracy. They want, iio more
of Jacobin oppresbioll, intoleranic e, bigotry,
hittle, Purimainiml nd i int icisi. 'They ar
1red of puttting int tile extra hours to C 1*
Useless Standing Artny.
A Corrnpt and Rotten Navy.
A Ftct eeidmn's lhtrea.
An extra tax to ply lto 1on- in Gold.
'n exira t ax to support Jacobin thieves
tey fie egtining to see imt tthey did
wrong in ever forsaking tihe good old Dem1o
eracy. Thl!y see 1mw tihat they siould al
ways hine stood by the plarty tri'at Wis ever
their friends. htit. they are comning to tihe
country's re:icuu, nobly, manfully. And as
they cone joyfully into tle Demtocratit
folil, they colml singing:
"We'll tuet yon Mir. 1lontholder,
We'll tlm-t yit ott tle spot,
Wl pre we'll vtop yonr culting cotpons
Trobf our little houso atnd lot !''
I irP El,rTios IN TIrS SouT.-A
friCnd retO ly (l1-0l11)[d in on a DemioOCIatic
oonvention rt (loorgtown, Hoott county,
Ky. On) t his occasion a rebel lawyer wait
spunking. "'As t heire are tno reploi tors pro'
sent,'" hie obsqervedl, Il inay vstitUire to spea1k
tmort' freely thani I otherwIse should deomt
Ii pruident to (10. WYe shall hol white olee
lions hai overy Sotuthrn Stato, andl choose
eleotors for' Seymn'os'I nad ldair. if the
llouse refuses to cotnt t he' votes cast by
t'hose elooto's, the Northern Democracy arc
pledged to ius to resist by force the inauigu
ration of the Reopublioatn Presidlent. We
havo agreed to back thom. - ight, yeara
nge they promaised to back uts ; but they
failed, and left, uts in the lurob.. Now, wo
have pi'olnisedi to backthemn, anid shall not.
fail." T'his was said to a gathioring of
hiall-fellows, who received it with ihu~oso
1deligh t--N.- Y Tribm'c.
IA communication firom Naples ttites that,
Vesuyitus is again showing disquiotinif
stymptoems; for someo days past, eld'pt Ions
iave taken pIne. at, tht9 pper cone. Deep
fimbI'Ig tnouwdi4i art(oflnVed'hy J'etir or in-.
candescent. matter tI)rowln to a great hiolghst.
The lava frequently-atppears at the brink of
the orater, andi thon stops. Abotut three ini
the mnorijmg~ of the litth thes spolel:b
came lunposing.-, Colunmns. of.'tioli s'molio
roso high lin the altr, followed by burning
stonos. A fter shinIng a moment, they fell
atnd rolled, still rod hot-, down thte tidof
t-ho maouflYin. 'iIis eniti~toW'laeidd'el'abg
Ias t he darknesa permiittedf It, to be seen, ad
atd(aybrogtk'-iehArdhpsled;- Ti)eoamoko *as
however, atill thiok, ad shoWred that, even
atfter sutrlit, the ame volcanJo phenomse.
Tuit-D'I rtou r,rv mx sto s. --We are gia
io ilhrn Ithat.,t1 the ngtoes wito[htav.e l4en led
by lise un'nd wh6Ikavo caus'ed 36 mitoh
uneiness Iin Union Distriot, have conoth4i
ed'to' sistijtu thtusolyos no longer' to' ite.
loa4l ofthlitViiam) tiad have en&om'ed',. We.
1Le4rn,',intp,.. wriioes .agt-eementt to -*bldo,by
tile: kIWt 'asnttkeep the peace. . The whit,,
people of U'nion' ha~d hamd theIr forbetandze,
straihaed 'matit It cased to lbe a virtuo, and
off'ercd the negroes the select ion of. peace
or war; fortunately, the "lsobmer, scond
thought" prevailed, and the result is as
t,bove give.'-Charleoion Courier., 14Ath
Ti.: G:CIAN BENDFIt.-The yoIng
ladies lero have all got an attack of the
(Irecan Bnild more or less badly.
W11011 it first breaks out, the young ]a
dV atIleked gota very languid ; her
shoulders nro pushed forward, and s1o
tIlL! ip and dowi slightly. These nro
lhe first. symlptoil, and are quickly(I dij
rnied bY anxiouls 11rionds, who I sSuro
thk J0yoig holy sh lis "got it," but, tho'
ilmocett am1 11n1suncting young cra
Lure stoutly denies it, and saVS that he '
high heeled boots are tle causo of a)?,
and not a st ill' whilebone running lt'q
t.he shoulders dawn to th Lord knows
where. We war1 yotng lades to het.
aro of themo bondort, for the complaint
is singutlaily conagious, and young Ia.
dies were at.tacked, who were thought
i6ut iikoly to hav ii. Thete is N' ge
nius at Coi4ress fall that the girls call
I ho "black paper Iman," who cuts okd
figilr-es il bilaek of pronile and miniaturo
ln)dsc-ape, mich a. are swel in the win
dowsof Iroatimtdwa', with an accuracy
that shows great power <if observaltil
an1d skill. lHe has recently prodoced iii
lhis black paper the figuro of a young
ady at the Congress, who Las the Gre
cian hed very badly iided; and which
h-r friends nil recogtiV'd an sooii in.
they saw it. It is the most exquisitely
truthifi and yet humorous thing thA
we have soeet herm. NVhithel t1to yonng
lady thiougiit the artist a horrid wrtel.
or not, we do not know, but that hie sold
a large number ol'them at seventv-tva
cents apiece. There is another young
Iady, with Verv high shoulders, and
rotid at tha1t, who has this bend
terrildy. Why, it.'s enotigh to mako
oye shudder to look at lier. A fOI.I
hady is staying auros tho way at the
Union, who has a wiaIst that is little et,
ter thin a nothinlg at ill. .tA-- is tall,
very thin, aid the % -aist is extronfdY
piitful. I1 young girls Ihink the gen
doimen admire such waists, they are
immensely mistaken. A mai likes to
have something to enbraco aboift iho
waist, rather m-ore than the wind pipe
of a woman.
- . - -
GUYELICY ON OHANT.-Tho New
York Tribiue, of date o' Not. 7. M68.
gAm, the followhig ad'vio to its radical
The war beig over, we can no foti.
ger etarry elections by reading bulletins
of, Uliol Victories, and exlhortin. the
people to "rally round the (hag." And
those puishing Gen Ornflt for PEresid'e.oA
will land whore the Whigs did with
Scott inl 1852, if thV are allowed to
have their own w'ay. They utterly
mistake the time of datY.
Notwithstanding Gre(.ley's p?6tdst
against Orant as the hacoblW cW'ndidate.
th'o managers at Wasiiington pushed
him on to that party. They now see
that Greeley was correct in saying they
would "utterly mistake the time of day"
aid bo lauded where they Weri in 185'l,
with Scott., Wliat was prooliecy in
November '67 will he fact in '68.
Montle SwINDMING OF. CQNdR.Se
MAN (?) WimTTr.YoAlI'.-Mr. - , I
inteiid raising a hrge (rant fig on tho
eouirth of July, and 1ineed somo clothes
hues or roping of that si.o tQ do it.--;
Havo you. any roping or can you d'd
anything towards it ?
j O'1. F. NVU-TTEMOnRP,
The 1hovo is a copy of the note t0hd
B. F. W., tim inta,Wots,- stilt around in
D)arlington whien lie wanted to raise a
thag. How mulich mfOnlOV h0 thtus awtr.r
died( out of t lhe people, 'no one can tell,
hut. lie it mu ich or liti ho, lie aocketed it,
as thW ae?u-l will show. 'After tie'
hionorable 'onlgr"ssm)en got all beo couild
ho went to the Post iaarletnmstei' a'dd
borrowed the tack"l with which l''
raised the fig. When the troops were
ordered away. ('rom Darlington a few
days. na' the borrowed flag. hntd t''
come down. Immediatel'y Will llay
aiccustomied iBoston bjack .legeoattryv
hie siend. around a secord nlote,Bsmil'ar
to thbo above, begging for more money
to raisc i'ai&an flag, antd thus e'xpoe
.es-his fbrtier t,heir. Further comment
is unnuecessary.-Maion Star,
SoJa' dlbst aingular sentonce ini done.
Iel Scott's letter is the one in which
lhe says tflh1t "the moni who are protohv
lng the' dobtrino t.b,6 the State has no'
legal g'oernmIen to- ,7 are 6ne.
rmles." WhTIy Geonera.1 Imoro. tbarr
half of' tliiW people oft he.JnIIedStaelw
.mit he'enemies, fQW If We .i nistake
iiot, more. than bay. ofthe oo 1
opponied to the litoa pary.i
your own State, Ga4ndal, in Oklo,
your .Legislatu.ro' heaojectel 'Thurv
man whio holds Ithys .ynt}mwon$,.fo'
tlie initod StatoseSotiate', to'otgl
old-Boni Wjsdo, who agroos with' you..
The 1)cmocratio panry, in $4siI
(Jonvojition, at NowYokm
shrow4es adboat skon or
say 14fat Oihio will, in Octobor,enabs
thau $9tforin.- Charlestop O -
'o learn that "thlt ' ltu t~ t
Queen Victoria's mind hisA~ue
ub'diod'Y at Luceorno,
onw't let her go back J~yA'oJ,
b9thei-ed by the naughtW :'s'
ln'G. Sate, the poet- tI tor, hav'
ltflthe "Urecian bend' .t .6 aato
~a, by calling it the "colic stoop.'
tngin paya in ParIs. .M. Cpydal,
tnro.the Opera Comi,qleo has'
bJought a ehateoau for $50,000.