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tFrrom tu, oNew orak World.j
flelnhobl A( d f o 'icrrepwit-Sub
(4nd fiuir Vampmi;pn.
The folloWinig Curtr.nQnIlCC is im-)
portIaUt, as it practically ill.Atrate.s thu
views of thin,kig and enterprising mer
cliant-4, anld those who h;ave ti0 alto
goth6r lost, their love of coui.tay or Ooi.
ttitutioln ats hanlded downl by our forn.
fathes, or wlho have at resn)eut -or ia:n.
tainling( its hunor andl( charaetcr
594 BIoADnW)AY, N. Y., OCut. 14.
TO ("eury*e Wa"siliglou I ley, A"- .
firm of /tyky, vu IIrItc, Jl1cA.w<l
,Co.,.)379 Mhomlwvay, Ncw YoUrk..
1):At SIRn \Vhen IJ.oratio* Seymour
was by nclanittionl nloinliliated or' Preii.
dent of' thc United States by to Demo
cratic party, it was con1cf!(ed by all
partios that he was a good statesman
and souid defeider of our constitutio,
but since his nominatio I have noticed
many slandecrots rommizi inl rc-gard to
his conduct, during the war. lappily,
I1.otn. A. U. Curtiti, ex-0overnor of
PeIIIISylvaiill, hasX exprCssed liIIelf ill
it most friendly maniner, reimarkin)g that
the loast, said against Sayutiour's cottitet
during Ih rubelliion the best for the
Re41publicank party, ats hto wonld acquit
him of such abuise.
Now as to '. 1'. Blair, I have A)
served in several Republmi paperE
statements that ho had ito cla.ts what,
ever upon tho Domocratio party, and tc
this I would say why iot ? Was it
because Ito foughin the armitiy and foi
the r0storation of the Ulion ? H o wm%
nomitinted at Tiunmany Hall with shout,
of applause, just after proclatimingife thal
wo mitust iavo t Prsidett. uiiitra'ielle(
by ail nu1conisltitionlal, oppressBivo anll(
a rary Congtt re',4ss Hince 1.ho closo oi
Ithe rebullion I have caflu1lly noticet.
tite expression of Southun 'Jolurnal
politiiani anld mler-chant-1 aod find thai
all are desii-oins of living in harmony
and114 expect that, tho election os Seymlloul
anttd flitir will bo the itonts encotrage
tmeit, and th". oxtenlsionl of 1h ltght hutm
of 10owshilp, thereby ovidenlcing a coli
plte vililealunit of tIM ohject, of' Lh<
wir an1td of the Constitution, and re.tor,
ing the righit4 of anl impiloverished am
oppre.-Ned portionl of ottr country.
Before concluding, I will iddress my
selfi to tho youlns attd ottotpriing mer
chan11.4 anld labmringa ciniA.q. In h<
Varionl" city palpers of' recenlt dia,e, I
hIvu ntoticed a cortrespoIndetco betwto1
Jmdgo I1. l'ierreponto and A.. T,. $tew,
at1, the lilbsaten of w11nch was tha
they both dosired thte electiull of 11. .
0r;ta for Prosideut, Jiige Pierrepuln
t.01nderittg a chock for $2,000 for ftttr
thorng his election. Now, to Ihlie soi
.si ile reader antd to tIleVOltolI elat
is not this 'in itself perfeetl evvip a
tory 'of their interet.s, and it is not, op
posed to tlheir development. Do tile)
expect to ho bonelitted ? Is it not foi
pir1o1uly mercenary motives? The cot
trvt presents a W0ell-defited issuo be
hvemn the odho(Itolder.; and the enter
prising and laboring class4,j and resolve
it,el itio an oppression. Greebihack,
for ono and gold lot the other. In thit
Correspondenco I would wish not I(
assert, amyt,hling Againtst, the pily'mnt o 0
tIII dubt, but the interest is exorbitatm
-it canno116t be paid, exceptinlg in lth
SaM0 currency as purchased, and whet
this is.mnco dono capital selhs other in.
vestments ofa m1or1 Ittcrative charncter
Lt,bUreby prodnl einig ai revolnt', a til gradl
uinlky approachinig a gol.d basi.i. A1
conlclusion, p)ermit mec to fendcr my. cheel
for' $40,000, do hos uso<l in such& mwin,
aIs y/ou may15 think advisablefor the fur
*heruance of my v'iews.
Tto to ourt frientds and kinid to thb
Weak, is thoei0ocratic aloutrinto advo
-I i. TI. IIstanioJd.
TI. '. I7elbol, Esq., 69,i Broadwvay :
Yusiltter of thte 14th inst., received,
containing cheek for $40,0)00. lThi:
amount I shall uso int thte most ~appro
ptriato mnnetttr. I pertnsed t ho cotntets
of yout loUtte with to utmiost gratifica.
tion. VTe qtestion is presented to the
peotplo whether they will aid in electingf
an admhinistrationi bent on Lramnplittg the
Constitution into the dust, anid elevat.in~
upion its rumse a power controlled bya
bondholding arist.ocracy, wlhoso motto is
gold for the rich tand r'ags for thte poor,
wth prostrattoin tevery branchl of ~ii.
du3try, antd tho business of the whol(
country, or from w~hoso intolligont ad,
ministration wo can htave ono Uniont,
oneo country, otto destiny.
Tiow REnEMI. OTUAGES ARtE MAD)E.
A lotter was received ini this city last
week in which it was chiargod thtat Mr.
Rose, tho 8ena.t fr6te Mork, on ltis
way homeward from, Columbia, on,Fr.
day ntight (Otober 2), wals tmobbod at
Chester and comf14lled to rNurni Colm-.
bIa." VTo leter was hot ofllcial, butit
was written, by a gentleanai who is
presutmod to htave access to theo official
informationt oollected byv Jtireaut agants
and nusculianeous Radicalir.]Knowvint
thto qmiet and inoflonsivo temiper or thte
people of theo State, we inquired into the
manttb? of this'alleged dtutrage, and have
received the followIng account fromt an
eye witntess fotr whose veracity wo cait
*AV\ercaI-fol htgiufTle'ahtha fitI a
smallipar3 of yountg 'mo1)sironadgdMr.
R~ose at theo hotel thiieo heo was stop.
Pigsingi 'it derision, "iThe-Last
of thm exoa n d to he c tidio
aitpe, to tSye omttted rhese demtonstra.
on __ephg n giiutser what
ashoer 'ftbricatron, antd o doutrse .jot nyj
for polittoal elYeot
F'rou the Evunsville'(Ohliv) Cuurier.
A Pirato on tho Ohio.
Tho arrest of a rather pecuiliar. part,
of out la w was4 vff,CLed eaBr Irandel
burg, Ky., on S31u.1ay last. For homl
lays past, it zieoin., a large, giuit-lool
mg Ilut.boat lhas biei mking its Wi
down the Oh1o, stopping at. the varioll
land ii.. Tho crew comio.md of Lw
mllen and threc w oitII. Ollo of thel
laimed to be a great. Indian doctoi
with a wondieifuf mediciino which cure
all tihe ills that 1i1.sh is heir to in ti
shortest psible spIaee of' timl. 11
w.r; arrayed in all thle Cancy bediz.,nr
of tle duiky warrior. libbonls wel
lutasically arraniged around Ii pei
umn, :and Inlomtasm-liko ihwvs s.'0vere
his Fueel whenl not entirely ban-, accor
Sto hu triioniail UsUge of et ret
ski",. On Thirsday night week ill
boat was lying at Tobacco lial,ding,
point about five miles abovo IrandLI
burg, Ky. )uring ti day the It
hal Iudo forays*aImong thie leighbo
ing f-arners. ollburing tiir medical se
vices, ind preteudingf, to be on the loo0
out, for eatable..
Ott Wriday morning Jacob b. Khite
who lives a I'w miles above, dituovert.
that about ltirL) or forty bishesl5
wheat, in sacks and ready for fihipmel
to Lee & I loyle, of' Now AMany, li
been cari :d oll in 1i skiff. No trae
or ti robbers were lIft. A im.esseiug
Was dispatchtedl bolow on tho first boll
but no dikcoveriei were made. (.
Saturday a couple of men brougliL thn
bags of' wheat Lo be swapp-d for floi
nt the mill of Mr. (Aillore, just abol
Irandenburg otn this side of the rive
The Imiller at once suspected tlat I
had got, oi tite trali of tO robbers, m1
ho accordingly told them that i, h cou
I grind the wheal) (ot' icin il it few day
but it! hId no flour to exchalnoge f*or
Upon turning oneo of Lhe sacks lie di
covered tit1 it Was mita1rked withb LI
namo of' a wctll-known farmer onl d,
111diaita side of Lhe rivr. VUold W
immediattely Fut, r \fr. Kinter, and <
I Sunday a w:rrant, was i;suod at \laue
port, for tIe purposo of searliNg 11
Ioat, &o., anld, if sulicieiti. evidellce. w
fouml, of' arrestiing tih. thlieves. TI
boat, in tle ileaItime had droppq
iearly opposite to TIainteiurg. TI
contable anld his posse dilly made til
appearaint0 at the boatl., but. were lt
with d Itw re'oIverS, aind were maT C
ed through the boat on Lhu doubl
They were execoedinlgly ""Iad th
they vscaped WithouL til unic fortab
umlbor of tull holes. A s s oonI as tLI
failure to L'ko the scoluidrlei was r
ported at Irandeiburg a !arty w
nielAdiat0l forlled, a Warralil, i'sue
attd, headed by Mr. Sobastianl, anothll
n"atpt, was mado to arrost timm. Tli
tune it was succehsl. Ti lied It
ver, comilig up rut tho timlli, was el
ployed to tow the boat, wih t.ht Indii
doctor and his wromen, to 1raudenibur
Te m1teu were lodgud in .1i. TI
boat, was admirably arranged for tl
Comm) ilSioWn of deeds of' darkness at
crimo. It was about, eight.y feot ]ou
aid separtatod by partiLions, the pm
sage way in each partition beirig oil LI
opposite sido of' tlte boat, so tha', ti
victull Could 1101, See beyoitd the roomn
which lhe was placed. IHere, nCcordil
to thet statemnents of the woienl, Im
had o ben decoyed, chloroform iadtini
tvred, and thoir persons robbed. "
Ibpe,Ohio, they stated, t,w'o un
had beent killed,- and1 their bodies throv'
int. th rier.A f'ter the0 deed hi
boen commuitted, three othier womt
who were witht them had tuft theu
In 0one of' tbe comtpar' tmets oh to bo
was found the balance of' the whot
stolen fromi Mr. Kmitor, and a f'ew bus
cla stolen fr01m A. Crosier and( Jol
Zimmltermltan. A sheep had also bei
takeni from1 Mr. Crosier.
A l"iAnu.S'rSonY O~ Co.iM A~
Di.:rn Avi'r.-OcGorgo Tinasley ali
Wa1sht. Stewart, of WalerCount
TIexaus, lias confessedl Et.h t homurder,
ont11 thnighdt of' the I13thi altimo, at Cu
ho01n's Lier'ry, Chtarles Hall, ((orrymar
is wife, a stranger niamed MAlurry, and
little girl, sister to Mr. Ihall's wife.
I1 first mutrder'ed Charles Hall) wh'li
going from theo COW-penl to the0 forr
IhtlfI way down the batik of the rive
with a large htickory stick. is wi
attracted by the ntoise, ran to his assi
tanice, antd she met tho- same (ato aS i
husebanid. I thuon started uip the bat
toward thto house, and was met by
straniger, who asked tme if Mir. Hall ws
at home, and if' he could get some wate
I dtrew for* fium tho water, and whtilo I1
w~as dritnking stru'ck him (10 theo heri
wvith the samte stiek. I thent went ii
thu house, and the little girl asked n
where her siste.r and Mr. Hall wer<
I told her they weore alt thu foJrfy, au
while she wap going in thtat ditectioi
at the tornor of' thte stablo I a18o strue
htat with the samo0 stick, and she fe
dead. I then thrtow thosatick under thi
horise, roturnetid to wyhere I killed Il
strantger, throwv him into tho0 well, ca
ried the littble girl over7 atnd throw hu
.I theni robbed tht hiouso of over'
tling worlthI catrying atway.----mone
tobacco, bed.clothing, &c. ; then sal
died *up .1lI's hjorse, tied ont thte toba<
co, .bedduing, &c., and started to his-fi
ther's some twelve miles distance.
. A NIConLo So.D Ar AL '-rtIon I
Ni'w 'YotK.--Tho liudson (/azettc r',
lates art inceident illustrating the ''La
tihe poor inegro" feeling in Ibesoe A b0l
tioni times. Thbe truth oif this sltt
mbht is voitehiod for by the above 1nei
!inNl jouhal :
OkQ t.Eo, ladnst., acolored wofl'L
living at Ohnthamn lFour Corners, No'
York, puLtqvihor son at anion, it- hi
ht4se, as8 a sutbstitte, ami1( sold htim t
th1. highest. bilde r. . The-lad, whio wLe
nga~d-looking, rohneri -youttg darko3
wasstyrted' aL 00;and ranll to~1 $t
ta lawyer of that viltgo.
M.r,..larriel.,Boeuher Stowe, who has I
wePC: rivers of crocodilo tears over
,%uulwrn slavo auct ionls ?"-. Y. Rx.
prebs, Aug. 201A 1864.
iIi TlalerJluenu is.-WXe havei
not been backward on 1my
occasions in lashing the follies
p into which l tt iIexorable lil1s
tress of the female sex, fashion,
:leadsso Mlany of itS votaries.
V Such being the case we deem
L it but lair that the followillu
y d(eliso of woUnllall and attack
. onl the sterner HVX by ole of
athe fairmo sholhi find its phace
I- mil our colitiils, i-eiullrki that
- she 1uIs a Very just ild. of the
Shlierous aud. that, the muen
a folks get no inore than tlhy
a deserve. Hear wlat she says:,
"111e press hits ievelr beel Ie
depmis i e eting the follies
of the fieimale SeX, upon ocea
Sion, inl stylo of feumalc. apparel
a but the solemnati fact that tihe
popinjly style of breeches 110w
I m vogue, IS m*ore iidiculous
athan1,1 aniythins the wvomlen ever
a wore, Is unn11loticed. F1em1ale
loveliness is such that it can
0 ake charing any extreme
iashion ; but Wh,at length of
1 fluiiliarity, pray heaven, Cill
. ever make tOlerl-AIle0, much less
1comely, the dexter appendages
a of a innian eranle, WouuRd about
., with cloth so tightly as to stop
The present style of palita
Cloons is neitherl. comfortable,
i comely nor economical. Th1ei
"swell'' that adoi>ts it can1 neith
et 3top nmr sit down without
positive (h111(er of' a exposire
eof his personl frolin 1-lptures0
eahlsed by tenlsion. ~
A Ien we see these fitshion
t ble of tie tlle purisuasiol in
a the street, We 1r' remiided of
the exhortationl of the raw
t bonled, ill-formed111c preacher when
illustrat ing the woiders of
cea"tionl. L'ais;ilng his l0og
skiiy ari'is high above his
14 head, he exclaimned, "God made
this frame." A voice inl the
i"Iconlgregation replied, "then his
tools were mighfty dull.'>
11ere comes a six foot gallant
with a number ten boot and a
figullre like a pair of tongs.
There is not enough of his legs
1 to make a shadow, and he
walks as if each boot was a
double bass viol. By his side,
0 pelhaps, is aniother devotee of
i' the smnc style, half his length,
whose make-up relminids one of
. the phmil plddinig perehed on
Ltthe handle ot a pair ot pinch
mI er'S. Tre* go~ the extremes of
folly, and -,he very/ escenmce of
ludicrousness. Nothing a wo
n. man ever wore0 will compare in
it folly with tight br'eechies on a
bandy-legged hiuman biped?f
'i FAI ,NG EYE.-Pensons suf
foering f'romi dispepsia, or any
other malady, must take care
'of' their eyes. Anty disease imn
pan-s thle strength, and( the ner
vou ~.ls ystem is dep)ressed , and
'when laboring under this forum
~of depression the eye is prrticu
Slar l liable to become Weak.
Tihe reason of' this is, that "of
Ie the ton nerves which go off from
" thme briain, six are' disturbed
2 wholly, and the other tour par
.tially, to the eye." TIhrough
'r the groat sympathetie nerve the
k distir bed stoimch, or liver, or
a intestin es, comumuniento with
rtelegraphic speed with the
o brain, andl so with the eye.
d T1he adv'ice to be given with re
ference to the comfortable se
. of the eyes undoubtedly is,. to
d keep the intestines, liver and
'stomach ini a lioalthy condition,
in other words, do everything to
econlirm the general health. If
o this be hnpaired, do not read,
-and 'especially ao niot write long
withotit giving tile eye 'rest.
. Ihe great remedy for aiin y
.whose dhisense diepana( noen h
-nreat the mtu4dle, is itest
-. A Tov,ir. Eoues: OF Otiji 8UN IN
lSG9.--Profsor $. N. Whito .writos
to a New York paper of a Iotal ' eeips('
s . of the sunt which is to o(cur in uget
1869. his notesR of tho track ofilee
I totalLy, .calei.teid Iiftoebu years.ngo Are
-as follows: The sun will rise glihg.d
mi tho mnterior of' Siboria on the mornin
of.A u gvust 7th,. I86Y,wheni the ebhdow
will inovo nr,a no,rtbonisiey iiitt
ia then, tirtrimg stywuid)y and 'south.
v wardly, wdul pass over.nehruing'eStraits
r and( N orLter Alaska about noon, local
C Lime. Tfhence, aing~ii across part of
a Blritish North Amorlen. It Wvi} reenter
, the United Stata~ in 'Montaunabotween,
-12 and 3 1'; M., Ipcal time. Miovina
thencoe aeross Wecstabii'%bfaska, (twil
pass diagonally through" lwa, passing
oj over Siong Oity, Ian Maineari Keo Ir
:uk about b o'clock. Tlhence it will
nove to tho southeast, over Jacksot.
ille, Ill., across Southern Iniana Conl.
ral Keitucky,- Eastorn Taniessee, into
nd across North Carolina, and will
ouch tho soa coat in Pamlico Sound 1
,d it will finally leave tho earth Iot
ar from the Beinnadas. It will be
,isible in all parts of the. United States
ud iotal over a belt of one lndred
niles wide along the line just indicated
lie sun being hid moro than four rnin.
JOnN QUINcEy ADADIs-II1s COLUi
iA SPyr.vn.-H%Ant.sF1ToN, 8. C., Out.
[3.-Jolhn Quitieoy Adams last night
itdressed an inimlelso meeting of the
)outh hirolina Democracy in Oolln
>a. .is speclih was long and olabo
-ate, broathing the same moderato and
-onoiliatory spirit as his recont letter.
[n referring to the ponding political
itruggle, he said our rolitions to the
?olitioal parties of the North have a
rery important bearing upon our
rate just now and domands careful
=uditation. "Most of you, doubtless
regard the success of the Democratic
party as essential to your release from
your present situation ; but it is my
luty to romind you that mon in your
position have no right to be bigoted
partisans. You must of courso fool a
l1ep interest in the success of those
who espouse your causo, and you may
properly exort all legitimate infuen
308 to promote their succest, but you
Dught not to shut the door to aid from
Ay source. I have already depreca
td unreasonable and undistinguishing
hostility to the Republiean party. I
eould now warn you against an abso
luto and exclusive devotion to any
Mr. Adams then referred to the
probable suooess of the Democracy ;
ipoko of the importanco, in such an
ovent, of the avoidance of violent and
passionato conduct, as in the end such
action would turn to our disconfiture.
Ile said lie did not think Grant was
uur encmny, but felt k indly towards its,
and that if we showed a disposition to
help ourselves, a large mass of Repub
lienns would stand up for us. This
he said as a matter contingont on the
success of Grant, which he did not
Mr. Adams' address was well re
ecived. Afterwards speeches were
delivered by Wade Hampton and
others, The meeting was the largest
over held in ";his State.
FI.ECTlON DIST UnnANCE-s AND FA
rAi, SHOOTINO IN PHiLADELPHiA.
Vwo brothers, Oirisian and Edward
Blrynes, were shot dead, and Charles
Specht and J. Tolan wonded last
Iighl, in the fourth ward, iii a political
row. The brigin and actors are un.
known. Eleven other persons were
3hot in various dieturbances during the
Policeman John 'Young, wounded
last night in a row in the seventh ward,
lied this morning. Samuel Holt and
"harles W. Powell have been arrested,
:barged with the murder of the broth.
.rs Bsrynes. The T former was a sherifPs
Jeputy. There were forty arrests for
rioting and illegal voting by the Mayer's
police. Nearty all captured were arm
Ad with pistols.
W 1EntF.1AnIoUTS op DISTINGUISHED
Ix-CON I'r: I -ATis.-Th Hn. James
MI. Mason, late Confederate States
Enmietor t'- Englarrd, lives in Canada,
lion. fl. T1. M. Hunter, late Confederate
States Senator, from Virginia, is farm
ig in Essex County in that State. Ex
Governor Henry A, Wise is living,.in
Rlichmnir practici'ng law. Colonel
Mosby is practicing law in Wvarrenton,
Virginia. Randolph Tutcker and Thon.
as R. BioCeck are farming on their an
ceat ral estates. Joh.n KA udorson
Ex-Conmfederato GeneralI anad Tredaga r
Ironmonger saved his large Property,
atnd.is now, grinmding grist in Richmond.
General Mahone is President of the
Consolidated Virginia Ra ilroadsh from
Portsnmouth to Bristol, and, perhaps, thme
most prosperous and iniluential of 'all
CEINR.iO NaWS FRonr 'PENNsYLvA
KI A.-Good news from thte State pours
in from every quarter in th-e> mot;
ilheoring reanner, Thte changes frm
Radicalhsm to Deniocracy are counted
by hundreds in every ecounty, and the
adicals wIll be appalld by the re.,
turns which coine sweeing over the
wires on Tuesday night. TIhmo Demo
sratic hosts~ are jubilant and enithusi.
iatio. They arc marchihig on to-victo.
ry, anid no human power can prevent
the final and utter overthrow -of cor
~mpt and infamnous Radioalisin...
e,ItQNATION OI IIf ColOnADo
5EN'rons.--Mocsgr5. John Evans and
I. BT Chaffcee, of Volopade. Territory,
rho, about a year ago, were:oleetea to
heo United States Senate, have re
digned tuelr cotnmnissio. - e ess
lot havIn as yet. admittted tlbo Arri
~ory1in th U'nion/thiey resign m. or&
Ier to allow the people to consider the
poustion of adidstaon et non-admim.
non, froe from personal consIdera
A FonM iDADLSEAtRM..---Ca1f t. ie
a invenled a: new ifle, with which
ify so-anbe flred without - ikin~
Iho gun fromi the shoulde4 in fort '6 e'
ocond and'e6asily in one minute, the
?attridges being c'ontaimned its the 8(pels.
L'he wei'ht wit itg fi4 cartridges,. is
mt tw ive poun.
A leare ddh teera to tighlt
acing, avers that is 'a pub me benenst,
,d4 leaves the Wise9qe to.grow up to
te Women. .
An old bachiordhi lek that I)he'raIns
f kmdfes .drosse*4Ard Infrnal machinies.
reon the fact thatfi blowiQg up po
lact directly after he had steppedl orf
DATn oI rn lN . iowi, * C1.n6W,4
toleiraphfsom eYorrf we learn of thi
death, of a promineant Atneripan statesmal
in tiat city yesterday. Mr. Cobb was bori
in Jeffe&son county, Georgia, -eptember 7,
1916. 10 was educated for Clho hr aInd ad
Initted to practice in 1830, in 1837 he Wa
oloted by- the Legislature Solioitor -onera
of the Western U3rouit. In 1843 he wai
eleoted to the fouse of Rteprosontatives, it
which,'by three successive elections, le sa
til1 1850. Ills political career Is wel
knowrt. Under. President Polk's adminis
tration he secured' by his boldness an
ability the position, rarely acorded to st
young a statesma, of being lealer of hit
party. In Decembor, 1849, lae was eleoteil
ilpeaker of the lJouse of Representatives,
and inl 1850 was elected Governor of Ueo
gia by the largest majority ever given it
that State in any political contest. Inl 185t,
he was again elected to Congress. lie waI
Secretary of the Treasury under Presidonl
Buchanan's administration, but joined th<
ifcesscion movement., and was President ol
the Provisional Congress which assembled
in Montgomory February 18, 1801. He
subsequently became a Brigadier General,
and afterwards a Major Gonoral ini th(
Confederate service. Shroo the war he ha
been living on his plantation in Georgia.
PRoPosEN A NEw IIontsm.-The World, of
Now York, in ani elaborate and doublo.lead.
od editoral, argues that the recent defeal
of the Democrats was not a sentence upot
Democratio principles, but that it was lic
result in part of the popularity of General
Orant, and in part of the misrepresenta.
Lions of General Blair and cortain
southera leaders by Radical partisans. It
suggests thatif tle Democrats could be re.
lieved from these adverse circumstancee
.they might yet succeed in electing the Pro
sident-i. e., if they 'can put forth a now
ticket. Anl the World evidently thinks it
can ho dono.
'The Valional Intell(qencer of yesterday
quotes this article from the Word and en.
Letters from Washington sta(e that a plan
is on foot. to withdraw Mr. Seymour ami
General Blair, and :!o bring out Judge
Chase and somo one else in their stead.
Tje ttlegraph reports that several lead.
ing New York politicians, including lessrs.
Tilden, Soioll, and Belmont, have publish.
ed a card objecting to the introduction of
any new names unless the present loni-l.
noes shall absolutely withdraw. (Ts tlh,i
an invitation to them to retire ?]
The race is too near for much "horse
talk ;" and we have Mr. Lincoln's authority
for saying that, it's no time to swap horses
when you are in the middle of a stream.
IoN. AiDXRT GALLATIN MACKEY COSIES
TO G RIEF--A YANJKVb KNooK DowN.-In the
rotunda of thn Astor House, Now York, oa
Friday last occurred a little scene, which,
If it had transpired In Charleston, would
instantly have been telegraphed all over
the country to show what an unruly rebel
State South Carolina was. But happening
in New York City, where one man is a:
good as anothor, If not bettor. The occur
ance would never have been known here, it
some of our prominent Charleston amer
chants had not been eyewit.nesses of tl
The lion. A G. Af., collector of thao port
of Charleston, being in company with some
gentlemen, opened a tiradeof abuse againsI
all Southern moni--and against all D)emo.
crats. iIe was admonisil Onuce or twice
that lifs farangue was not agreeable to the
party, one of whom informed the Ilon. A. G.
M. that they required no instruction fron
any person who first sraw tmo light, of thc,
sunf through the gratedfde : of ai Jail.
The iIon. A. 0. M1. howe ver.-persisted,
and the result was t.hat a promilnent gentle.
man of the party, ooo of the Coroneurs o:
New York, smoteo(the ilon. A. (I. M. in the~
face, and in that public resort, foleod hIm ja
.OnEAT - .s.RTHIQUAIt'B StrooJ.-F.1loye
court house, Va , October 11, 1868.-0i
last night the citizens of this p)lace, aboum
mightnight were awakened from their sleel
by a deep muttering or rumbling sound,
which they at first throught to- be distant
thunder. Many. of them at onqe got spa
when a pegouliar vibrating trembling of tie
enrth was distinctly felt, and the sound not
to proceed from any one poitt of the com~
pass, but to come up from .all polnfi, *a
tended with an indescrIbable roaring, as o;
the dyingt,epor't of' many heavysgrns In thac
distance oiming up from all around, and
seemingly altering for a Iiae the condition
of the atmosphere itsuif.
About half an hour after, or at half-pasi
12 ast.mnight, a second shoek ocourredi, hav
alithio peculIarIties of the fi-it, except is
duration iad violence. 'thle duration of
the first shoolk is supp,osed to have beeri
about len eonids, thu4 of thieseoond about
five seconds.--Rchmond Dispafc4.
PasTonarL LaTTas.-A pastoral llto
from Arobbishop Spal)ding has bee'n ifb.
lished, in which we fAnd the following para,
InA.heir pat9al.ettor t o thue faithfal, t
.iathers of tha9 Council admonish them te
abstairr in fu turufr'om certain fashioniable
dlauces, commonly called walts, round or
o ., are ghagcdog t* e,y aense of, defiean
anti dangerous to mtorels. The more ed'ee.
laally t.o earwy one this warning, i9n4 to-ve
ritoe all' prstoit pr 9iewi nl suok 'dances sti
harsaless, we have striotly enflied is
they .be nether.,idghnt, smbieven practiced
under Ctol os
6ThaAbb~yevill .,ee says a' All th,ehlmon
eG*t0 sobnloted w1thr th, muade ok
a h opoo in. rnj, qil to, bhh
the dleed :we slobhlhdange's in lho.4 .IfA
mu ity.. Sueploious eha'raeters, who woe
unknown in tb4ti n hborhood,.'ro,na,n
on .the da and. aigh t of tie ':sunrfer,;and
were eaid to have orossed the river soon af.
to Wi. ' osoe. mls
Tiie LARGFT ADVER'IlsING CON
THtAO:T GIVEN OU IN 188, audproba
bly tho largest over given to. one ad.
.vertisling firi) at one tii, 'is that.of
the proprietors of Plantation Bitters
to Geo. P1. Rowell & (1o., Advortising
Agents, No. 40 Park Row, Now York,
on tho 17th of 8optqmbor, for- $410,
Messrs. P. . Draku & Co. have for
year bee: among the largest, if not
the largest, advertisers in America,
and the contract imitioned above i.i
but a small part of their exponditurb
in this way for the present year. It
is only those who have tried printers'
inik most extensively that are so liri
ly convined of its eli(mey.
The Advertising Agency which i:
sending out this order is another ex
ailllie. It Uominenced busilessC leSs
than fivo year's since, and the fact
that it now controls a greater adver
tiing patronage than any similar es
tublishment, is without doubt to be
attributed to their having cZ -)rded
nore money in advertisiog theiselves
and their facilities within that time
than all other advertising frnl plut to
gethor, since the establishment of the
fi,rst agency 4 quarter of a century
A skeptical .voung collegian con
fronted an old Quakor with the state
ment that he did not believe In the
Bible, Said the Quaker :
"Does thee believo in Franco '
"Yes, for though 1 have not scn it,
I have seen others wlo have; besides,
thero is a plenfy of corroborative
proof that such a country does exist."
"Thou thoo will not believe any.
thing thee nor others has not son P
"No, to be sure I won't.')
"Did theo over soo thy own brains ?"
"Ever soo anybody that did ?"
' Dost thee believe thee has any ?"
An old-fasbioned, honest and hard
working darkey, ill the employ of a
planter, was working away liko a good
fellow, plying the prime brush onl the
weather-bom- ling of a honse.- His
Oenployer joki"gly told hii that if ho
did not do better lie would pibllish
him in the radical newspaper hero.
"1ell, bosm,-aid the darkey) 11
don't care anytUing about dat, for no
white man reads dat paper."-N< -?
A gentleain wo Uakes a common
sense view of things, being recently
asked his opinion of a poetic individ-.
unIl, replied : "Oh, ho is one of those
inen who have soarings after the in
finito and divings after the unfiathom
able, but who never pays cash.
"Mother," said Iko Partington,
"did you know that the iron horse has
but one ear I"
"One ear ! merciful gracious, child,
what d1o yan mean ?"
"Why, the engin-cer of' couree."
The word "Tinds" iii General Or.
tier No. 6, published in ourl paper of
the 8th, should be stricken out amd th
word "blanks" substituted.-ewbern
Thiat's what the Rads. always do
when they get in oice. They strike
out the "fuunds" and substi'tute
"blanks."'.'That,s what iakoa "the
niationjal blessing" so big.-- WVilin
ion NVorning Star
(Ja'OUe atid 8. C Raitr'0(M
('N and aflor this dale, the Trains ovr
Stii Road wvili run as follows:
Leave Comebiau 4.15Tp m
' Winnsb,oro, 0.1 p in
" . Chester-. 8 - p rn
Arrive am. Chr.d;o:to, 11.00 p mn
Leaive Charlotte, 11.85 p,.3
*' Chuofer, 2.1(1 a mn
4Winnsboro, -4.00 a mn
Arrive at, Columbia 6 .00 am
AN ACCoMi'r,oNJ 'itA?N wIYIrL IOUN AS Por,.
Monday5, Wednesdsys and Fridays.
Leave.Columbia, ' .00u a m
" Winnboro, 10.48 a an
"Chester, 1.4 4ga
Arrive alt Chairotte 685 a
'ingtsdays, Thuursdaiys and Hatuirdays.
Leaveo Charlotte, 60.00. a mn
" Chester, 10,40 ~a in
" Winnsboro, 1:40 p ui
Arrive al. Coumnbia, 0.04 p mn
* C. D3OUKNIcIH T,
SOUJTH OARIOINA RAIjIWA
Charlesto , 8. 0., March 20, 1808.
A0N amb after 4May, March 20th, the
PJlassengp,r Trales on the 8outhi Caroll
Leave Charlgston, 0.80 a an
Arrive at Alugust. .8 80 pa
Leave Chal-leston - I .'0II
Arrive at Augusa,a 0.6a
Fulro COLUMBrA -
Leave dhun4oti a m.
Arrive at CJohnnia, 60pfl
Leave Ohabtl4stoir~ 6 40 n1
Arrive at,.Uolunibj,- 0 620 a mn
Leav6e hnk,~. f ~
Ar yo" b:0 pi
LrriTal.Ui Lon.g. 1 .80 Oam
Leave Oharlesteio , 8 40
Arry 4i~j - 7.20Oa m
Leave. 1Cngeily ~. .2,20 pa
tir v ~ C ut lon. 5 '00 p mn
Are ,:9 81. lo --
N7% :I 3M 3
Winnsboro, S. C.
'ue Proprietors are determined to,
malo thd I0RALD a first-olass
N E W S P A P E .
The HERALD will be absolutely
and entirely Democratio in sentimentp
xt all times aud under all oircumstan
e.9, and u3co1ip:omising in hostility
to those ruinous Radical measures,.
whioh havo- struck and are still strik
ing at the roots- of t'-o Constitution
ind the existence of political and civil
liborty. We slinll always maintain
ind vindicate the froodom of the Press,
Alid shall not at any time hesitate to
Iiscuss freely the actions of men and
hie probable ounsoquenees of measures,
Should comen e ( to the
AD)VERLTISJN G PUBL14
As one of the best Akv lig
Agencs that. they ea posibly om
[IErraLD, -1 oopy, 1 eai', . - $'0
" l montht,, - - 00'
" 10 copics 1 year, - 26 00)
nlb. on xracp h getter up of the
?MY 1o pap~er sent Uinle&R the~ b dh ao.
?M9"Me,ry paper stopped at the OpIr
DESrviV1A 8 tt1JA bf & O0.
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