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,nx J. liaAM VAN NA.NMs
When years have rolled (hoir lengths along
With niingled joy and pain.
A mim sinheamis leve our horizon,
Aud falls t he gentle rain ;
When blouds obscure our skies once blue,
And care and sorrow blend,
And falo has proved to us so false,
So changeable at friend ;
We luve to wander back in life
W'er niemory's suuny plain,
And live our hnppy childhood o'er -
Our early loves again,
And from comnmunion sweet we find
Now strength to grapple with
The crosses ond the burden s which
Our daily lives must give I
And hope points us to look nbove
This world of care ant strife,
To that blest home in Heaven above,
Where there's inmortal life,
Where di-mppointinents cannot come,
Nor enre, nor grief, nor pain ;
Whevo we will meet in endless bliss
Our early loves again.
The Late Elotions and the Presiden
ADilCS oFTl tFA,%3lANY HALIL tsN
The folltywing is the address of th
'Tammany IHall General Co-mmittee, 0
ADDIESS TO Tinl, DEMOCRACY.
The Democracy of the city of Nev
York, represntCed in the Tamman:
Hall Geieral Committee congratulat
lie Democracy of. Pemisylvaniia and th
WeAtern Sttep tl upon thu spirit and iml
domt1itiblo elnergy ovi'l:-ed by them il
their recent, conti-sts, which are but, th
preliminary skirmishes to tito grta
national battle . Io fought nex
We congratulate them upon the gret
advaitages won. Those advaitage
would have beit full trinuphs it it hai
no, been for the expenditures of a vas
corrmption ftnd. caletlated by milliotm
collected not oil y from the ulacemen an
office-holders of the Radical Congres:
but also from the combination who hav
been d-preciating the revenues of th
(oerntment, by illicit manufact,nres.
Even this corruption fund would ti
have resulted in preventmg the prelimi
nary tritnmphs of the Democracy in th
State of Peinisylvania if it had not bee
for th arbitrary acts of Radical inspet
tor., in direct disobedience of the Court
and in violalion of the Constituton an
laws of the United States, mn refusing t
receive the votes of our. nat uralzed fe
The votec.s of the natiralized citizet
who were denied the right of siffrage i
Pennsylvania, beeanse they intende(i t
vote wilh Ils, Would have been mor
thanl enloligh to have given us victory i
the lato election. Wo are g'td t
hear that our friends there have detei
mined that the votes of our adopto
citize'ns shall t>e received at the comin
But the corruption trectsury of th
eneny cninuot again be successfiliy use,
mnder the vigilance of the Democrac%
The colonizors sent by the Radical Con
mittee of this State ntinst remaiii hera t
coitest, t )hough inl a futile effort, th
Theic galit, Democracy of Philadel
pthia hiave redeemeiltd tiseir city fror
Iidical despostismn, and we receive w%it
contlhencte the <hspatcheos, that with
fatir' e'lctioni aind pure ballct, wvhich t.he
tare niow lhely to have, they. will b
victorious by a largely utcreased me
jority, in the decisive battle of ne,
Our brethren of Ohio have contende.
ncinst, the heayI maijorities of fanati
iican Iaclienlismi. They have struf
gled gallaittly. TIhey hiave fonght a
honest, ight. Thet votes which wer
cast by thoms were their owa. Tlhe nn
sertpiilons enemy filled the N orthieaa
counties o,f Ohio withI carpet- bagger
end colomazers fr>m the strongholdsc
lhcdionlismn ol the adjoining Stat es -
housaniciids of negroes votea, in violatial
of law atnd the overwhelming dleisioni
the people in the "lection of last yeai
ait the Democracy have tmade. wondei
V'ctory in Indiana was almost with
ini onr grasp. - By fraudulent can,ast
ii:g our foe's gain the State, but by les
thitr, 1,000 majority. Our breibre
there send nts word that thc Demnocrae
of Inianua will give sit meireased vot
ne'xt month. lindiana lhas virtually re
pnidtated t he Radical candidate on th
D)emnocrats of New York ! In on
State the contest, of thte Detmocmacy
for the majorities we will give our grea
chieftain andl statesman, Horatio Soy
mocur, a nd the gallant soldier of the Wes
Glen. Frank P. Bhdir.
The Raudicals. Qlready alarmed at thi
determination and vigor of the Democ
ratcy of Pennsylvaniia and the gren
West, apprecinto that the great decisiv,
buattlo is not yet won.
The D)emocacy.of the .Imipire State
ptind of her great statesman, Hlorati<
Sovmour,~ sret n.lese.proutd of.- the ,gal
bant soldier of the West, who, b,
hy his~ e norgy and bravery, saved hi
State f'rom rolbelhon, anal who fonght a
thme head of his corps in the battles
te Soiiwest, cund mnall those upon th
great march "from the moun)tainsa to th
The Radicals, cnelons of the uinre
la xod vigoa'of't he eieralft laPhn
sylvania and the West, and their om
rapidlly dsereaeing.vouie, endeoavor t<f ja
spire the'ir verng ranks id y
moara bae t he, au vaninig D)emocratio col
iaunce by slly stories., of *divide~d ccl
W o are united.. 'We believe is o'i
Ce1nP 11.~ the' entti.iaf 'onraitions
!ihcrtyv, ntfrrannal rights, of fraternit
oaf St ates,. it r 'oomwal Govenmet
of the fiunaciad dradit'aif' the, 'ttl6, o
'onme uurtrenoy fort all mean, rie'h and. poor
of the poticlas oe y ofhfbt
.race anid4.he:prsotectidIt of White la,
The Radicas of Peinsylvania aild
theVe tern States have plited atioth.
or p1lank in their platform. Ithis to pr00
scritse tho vote of- naturalized citisens.
In their despotic policy to bontrol our
country, they gave the suftrage to the L
negro race of the Southern State.s, and
have oxiled white labor, They boldly
proclaim that their laws and policy shall I
protect the negro and oppress the natt
ralized citizen. Their next step will bo c
to bring the Southern negro North to I
voto down and - competo 4gainst the
Rally, then, for our national chieftains J
and our national policy ! * *
Is not the(i pending centest pre-emi
n1ntly one of capital against .labor, of'
money against popular righte,..and of -
political power against the struggling
interests of the masses ?
Only two weeks for conti-st remniii.
Let, Itrefore, every friend to constil. t
tional rights, uvury sympathizoi- with tim
struggling white lab>orer, every ally of
L (air play to the naturalized citizen, and
- every foe to mnicipal oppression, relx
no effu t to secnre a tremendots mnjori-1
ty for our electoral ticket, represenitig I
the honored amines of the patriotic St ates.
nan Seymom, and the gallait soldier
Blair, bi-aded by Slocum the veteran
leader of Sherman's forces, and the Siat e
ticket bearmg the name of our fellow
cit izen and univeisal favorito John T.
A VILLAINous BARGAIN-3nowN- I
r LOW A PAuvNRIt NIN T HO PaIotT3 OF'
i 11S oWN PitOULAMATIoN.-During the
e late term of the circuit court at Smith
0 ville, DeKalb county, J ulge McLain
- presiding, a nwrder case was tried in
ri which Judge Maisen M. Brien, of this
o city, vas engaged. In the course of his
t argument Judge Brirmi made the start
6 ig deciaraio4n that, "there is a rtgihar
partnership exising between Wim. G.
t Brownlow and Col. Blackburn, on tle
a following terms That the said Colonel
1 Blackburn shall arrest and convev to
t Nashville all men in that section of the
i, Stato who are accused of horse.s.ealiig,
I muird,-r amd other crimes, and that when
. they h!ave arrivrd in Nashville. and he
e fore they are tricd, Brownlow sivl ofTer
o a rewardfor thcir arrest. Brownlow and
- Blackburm divide the money between
t them, sharing equally inl the profits aris
.ing from Browilow's recunt proclama
n Judge Brien elicited this statement
lrom the evideico of Col. B3lackbirn.
IlHe denonn'eed Ilie partinership asa "spe
d cies of infamy heretofore unknown," and a
o further stated that Ie "expected to be
- assassinated for exposing the parties, aid
tha t lie speech lie was then making was
s the last. he ever expected to be permit.
n ted to make at tIM bar."-Nashville
o 13anner. Oct. 18.
e The flartsville Videlt says of this
n v illainous conspiracy :
o '-The caso inl all of its horriblo details
-- was brought to bght, in opei court at
d Smid.iville before he I Hoi. Judge Mc
g Lain, and trom his well known zial in
punishing illegal acts it is fair to pre
e sume that the name of W.m. G. Brown
l l)w will soon fiire in tie lisis of indict
.mnts by the lie Kalb Comnty grand
jury, and that lie will learn that. such
a Oxemplifications of 'lovahv' will not, b0
o allowed inl the Mountaii Circuit, . and
especially in tie clivalrons county of
- I Kil'o."
i [aTu: Cay is S-rar.r, Fon C'r ANoI..-*
Wte cannot, but adnait that. the NactionalI
VIntelligencer sho we pluck in cotinnina
to demnand a change of candidates afterC
nil imi, has taken place. The execut ive
tCommittee hiave voted down the propo.
sition; almost, all of the Democratic pa. I
ipers in the UTnion have denonneed it
'and M\r. Seymour has taken the stump
in advocacy of his own clainms and to
a give a now tone to the canvass -that
C shall ring~ out, in the music ofaneccess on
- election day ; yet. the ntelligene'er of
yesterdayg~i talks as follows:
s "The peo~ple do not wv ant Democratic ~
fcandtdaes ; they want to difeat Radical
- .n. They are anxions to defeal- the Radi.
Scal party. Thley desire to hurl from pow.
or thiose who have abutsed it and hueaped
- npon thenm intolerable burthiens. GIive ~
-to them what they want-what dlicy so
earnestly demand -and all will yet. be
- wvell. Our candidates, seleetdd nuder
-peculiar circumstances at New Yor
s hasve beeni t:ied. Let. the cmi,c
Snow co)mo toge.ther (at once, amid place
t before the people the men who were
S really the choice of that Convention
- ither Chase, Hlancock Johnson, or
i Hendricks--and the action will at once
be recognized as one of patriotic endeav.
r or, and will be responded to' from St.
S Law,'ence to the Rio Grandie and' from
t thes Atlantic to the Pacinec with one tuni
- versal shotit of.joy and triuniplh .t hat
t shal? !rowuajorever the voice of Radi
* .SAD kroav.--Whle laborers.
*were demnolishingan old .bullding on
T wenty-seven til street, Ne oVrkc,-on,
Tueaday, they discovered'in an old
rat's nesat a roll of bills, amnounting to.
. $250. ,About eight yeprs .ago. one of ,
the ooeunpants'of' the house lost thq *
Smoney. A6 the ti,no of thfislo-as .a
.sbo.irding in.the house,-and he was
the last one seen in the tooen prior to
'the loss,bhe wai suspected of 'the irpb
. bery, and. on being.,arestod, owon
. ited ofhmLo crime-.nd.nent to prison,
.,hchracter ruinecd - &nd hereft,of
friends. flogave-way to dlssi pathen,
id-ovetually di6d Il.logll
)ARTlAL f4AW.'.Thecoyeq wa rid
6 leoiy $'eiterday; a athe .ekryiv ta
Sthe Anviet hjd je,graph4d.rer Itr. Cha.n 4
h,hratm, .tJq naew.tf ornewf-Genral, who fi
went. up to Columbia on Weodneday eteank,Q
f rt *Ae Nertherby e stwted that thahshga. ti
htj depft'ifure' W i lgal .rsdvisN.~o NI~ t 4t,
i30Q*lnar otqtJ19 vjfjtthelporpose al
of thetfhtter toAeolare - nartial law'ln'. five. C
oownties in the upper gar6 of thei etate. ti
ai:Toimnosso0.o' - a
10it1 PIARTIdULAt1 01F Ti II F, '/.Ultit OF
TilE STFAMII HESPIR.
MifpfifS, TENN., October 17.-Tho
lestruction of the arus on board the
teaner Hesper is still the cause of
nnch excitement. The Democratic
anpers assert that the arms were des.
royed by Radicals to make' political
piRal, and that they were <not tho
>oplety of the State of Arkansas. The
.opublican papers assort that the arms
vere destrved by Ku' Klux. Cnptain
roin Ford, of the -team f i Nettie
rones, which was ilnplitsst-d1 by h 0he
aiders, gives the p a iii-ala r I t h,
eizure, which are in sui ..., as ful.
The steam tilg N.- i:e .-i i: e. , C;ap,lii
fiord. left tho whaif ,in Tiotrsida aier.
ioon for Picker1in2, haivig a b iarge,
ow. The tag ri:eted he-r fl.uttuation
JId linded i iln, l !:l enre-ly
nado fast wheiil- seen.' WIl l1lcover
d by men secnn-iy ma4c..il, proh ibly
mie hundred in iii;-lii-r. The-y Aiiekly
)rjarded the tag. tioaik licsm-ssioi of tie
>ilot honso aw111 f-11giiit ro* in, f11ad or
lered the captain to 1tart, down th
iver. HIe Ace.>411in1-ly% orid'i'' onlv of
l miei to cast U th lif .. 1.'1 inl A
ow 111miles te la1g was rIapidly s1vail.
ng down the river fioIgh i e Chme.
ipoll taiking II- Ii. , k I i the t. col)i.
nander ki'pt i vifgila.1ii. a.v on Ile criw.
lot ahlowing en, of ti;l 1") lI-a e hii.s
> The engii ver wau not. porm it ted
o oil the nachinerv.
When approachig Cat lfan4-l, t wen.
y-five miles be allfw , iviar. fihe Aar
canl',Ins shore, Cip. Pord was ordired
0 ru thie tug aloIg side Ot little
teamer IIeper, % i;ch Wns ti.d up
vooding. Daainiaag thei trip the h-ids
,4 the party inf-.a.a Ci ip-.. Pi,rd ilt],
hey intended overhianing hi fI-pr
1d de,roving the'irms, hut seriet ma
lers had been usiid to tle me to
firm tao oaaaW, antad to lespect.1 all other
lroporty, in obi,laii'etich- to order.s,
'aintli Ford nt ri he I tng I lnhlg-.idip,
vichl was n1. So ,mer "'e COMpIl i:in."d
,an, leaving two of t ailitub-r il Ilie
)ilot'house, tw i It lie .gi, oon,
kid one in tlie enbiii, is a Lnvrd over
meto of te cre, wI h ha.d -imilted thoir
ender, th. IIrlY silpran1ug aboard tle
I lesper. Litil.. it' notig wis said b)y
IQ boarilers, who evail'.11ly had in eve
o busness. Ti.v Ilack'd hue erluW
tmader surveillin'. an"tiid C 11li eac'ed(I the
vork in hand. Thiv gam b >.m s ws'<.
)okell opell, i- ari's i ia-n om. nad
.irown into lii. ivt,r'. .\laiy gaais
vere broken i laii - ilm>wn
>verbonrd. A h:ir i. q m i f;1ni n-'1 1
vas also throwni.er.t rl Tiipriy
hena quieily raturn..dl to the inag, h,.aV.
ng tile ifespJir ill lioSMIssiol fir iI-r
I'fw%. f'aiptiniia 114il li1n, of 11. l.e-I * a'r,
Ilad his brotli , uiiie lif,r I ii. woods ma;
ooin as the Nttii was ron. Al mid.
light I lie tug rached Piaa Pi'resident'.
sliaid in li(t Chito t:elow ale cit, and14
vas rtngroiud. The raiders wue.
aii ashoren in a sk.f whicia wias siL
Ifilized. SHici orderi were giveti to
.iain 1ord i. rv ainil in iilt C'hi11i
ill al highit. The ig r-etlm';.d tj tIe
ily this ma1orlt'.
ilary) P-/in'//ner, Oetober 3d,
ellatee thie follom iog :
Last Satuariday, a colored muan whn
va. formerly ta servant f Mr. 0. L.
nstellecr, bunt whIio piurebaised his free
lot) beforo the wanr, maigled with thec
rowd of white andi( colored Domnocr'ats
nad Radicals on our streets, during
lae speeches andc the movcementsf the
rcsi'C'Son, witii the following card
vritton distinct! y, and1( placed ont the
ront of his hat:
"I owo no thanaks to any itin for'
ny freed om.'
''I earned it, durinag theoI tue
Inavery, through hoenest toil, aind witha
ho protection of Goal.
"lillving thae Nor'th the homio of
reedomn, I visited Boston, New York,
Shiladelphin, atnd otht'er ces int
caroh of liberty ad egnal r'ighata
*'There I inct with ino f'ienads of mii
"I rotur'ned to the sunny Sontht, and
ore I live, and fool that'I can livo
reo and happy amauong the Sout.herna
tien, the trite frionds- of' the colored.
lie best friends of the. black race.
"Therefore L amn a staunch and
earless Deoaonay antdr a supporter of
iy mour' and Blair.
"Your mlostobodienit serv'ant,
t correspo)idit 'oft 11' Mni Marl. ,
)istrict, uiedir daato~4 J(Ot4I.wr I 2, ssAv:
Marlboro. tting' gfha past' -we'-, Is
een.t'he scenui41 af11m.1 xciuamnate iA
redatory lt.(enVsialf wss nadu hy g,tn-e'
IcufBl.ttowni tE)bht.h.4alfot 6alf idet
el' The dtWellaing house of.arXr W
opdr was pbhinaderueal, Mr, HIlaper eiig
verpowered atnd placed lunder a guard.'
%Ie r'obbers consiaufd' of ht1t taggro andl
g'o'Robison Coatl hitglna#csi.MiTii.
tore very se\f.co y e"v. ,u, i
ottse, eaaog thtejnaelveds at.hi Ianpy~i
iblo and eauiing his tmnnasedl5li~i~
rirall sums 6( mdheit'ha 4won i~ t' ,thu
'mtale side'OlHh h1On~ 9(Iahl[fl
toe' cloth j'tisla~I1,lT Mli#preri '
apers. - Thy ibredtened ; 1ni ih
10 nIght. 6'( ne} o c
to'rn.ed had 3'ft'ti Ida deas 'o $20
er:ho~t3k 7Usl OVA i0 rs
reek, i-eco#rted soe f tl4
Jle, hnt tho tobbare .na " A."
rruit Distilled Brandy Exompt from In
The fullowingis tho text of tho order
issued by Contnissioner Rollins in re.
laion to the exemption of brandy distill.
ed from fruits
: RASUny DEPARTMEl.NT,
OFPICE INTERNAL RKVKNUi,
WASUINGTON, Oct, 12, 1863.
In accordance with th opinion of the
A ttorney-Goneral of the United StAteS,
rendered on tho -10th inst., distillers of
brandy from apples, poaclos, or grapes,
exelisivelv, iir-o hereby, viih the ap.
provid of IIt, Svcrets,ry (of the Treasur
ox.'mphtedl froni so nianch of' th pro itvi:
I lns of section 50 of I te act of .1 ll '20,
18 U. w- impose.i n speciai tax of $4u00
11Ooli isiillhers proditeing 100 Ilnrrels or
1--sq of, :hied1pri, 1n of $4 ver
barrel for evers- harrel in vxeesm of 100
barrels. Thisiv tion in n-lifionad
to tbe aNemplion3 !: :-,re y;ifi"d in
series 4, No. 7, andM nlCssors- a l- cu
lectors will gover- thIemie'wl es lcurd,
lit. A. Rloi.ixs,Comnier
Sere Y of the Trnw.- *
Tihe expillp'.io1 :n1 serie; I, No. 7, i.
DIS1lers of braldy from411 n11ppl.:',
penches, or gslle, e xctlu!,sivy', 'Ir soi)
ject to tho snine taxis ain ruies f t:i.x
1A >th rdi,Sillers. .Th,Y t il'ist rgti.A-I ,
dob ir stil6, give I I. not ico wid file I lie
iond ruqittired of olliv-r disti ilers, but, nre
xeitpted f1roin Iho sidditiomal requir(
imntits ittpoieti upon other iistillvrs who
nre not. the owners of the fAt- of the dis
tillery [Premises, mnd will nol. h'e riqiiii
("I 't faiIish the plain regitn..I by ese
'i-n 9. The suirvey tl.t. ih IlatL. n,
re<Iiiited h%lv ee-ion 10. They will Ite
it-u sbllijit. o all ilte I1tllirelments of
tIt tla w na to li' ssesmil, callett ion or
neariai ilt. of' Ile lax 1u1, n1 pro
viiling for the keepiig 4f ha book.
an(d for retir..g, vevxc t Ih It., iw:tead of
in king ret tins Iri-mt it lily I . will
inM1ke rur'nii'l oi fro"1n 15 till tle first day
if ach miti vvery miontho, or withi live
lays therenfttir, arid hlit iptx tn the spiv
it.s distillmd by i hem dtring the period1
ctntbriced inl ihivr retivrv intist be paidl
at. tie lime of mnla'ilng thei' n.l,iri -
W hen 311111111stp shnl bie provide id lit- v
iist lite aixed by tle ganger i befo,r
t.h i spiri t ar removed from ie iist ille,
ry, and untiia stmps nre f6rnished IO.
,piri st t be in.Spicled nii brlatd or
IMv kedt as inl other ci-es, before the
same are ,insvem d loml tile distilt.
They will not beI rIegtired to provide
a Io ietdl wnrehotisi-, ii.,r it r,m1ivv Ili
spiits proiI,e -d by * v it front 1 ;he ,b
I illery Io n bolldI.d n% arI-tboll'e, noril to
t.rect reiing Cis.terna~ iln thes distlltry.
'h'livy wl lt vexeilit Iroi 'an1%, pT iVi14
for non-complinnee wit i iy o ti le por.
visions of Peei i): 17 ; it ml a'4,o I bI,pr
visi m of sectiti 2!2. inl rtlation to sts
r:tiliig work ; iinor will tlhey lie suljet
t i le per diem ni Capacity Inx illiposed by
svetion 13 if'er the di-stilley is close'd f,r
(Pram the N'ew Vork World.
The rluris. frot Penn.sylvaiii, Ii.
dinil.1 aid Olio ao1. so me'gre andtso
Confused that. sotiutd jklnyIent uponi
the reslylt is Iearly impossible.
It scems cleartt iI th 1vie Democrnats
have gaI ined a Con'gressmnan in tnearly
ev one oft the shartply conlte~stedC
districts whiero victory was thoughit by
our friends to be piossibio.
HTs to the general result in the St atos
1nmed(, we Cannfot indulgo the hope, it
would appour, of such a sweeping and
thorough triunph ian would have
mndo tho resnlt of the election in
Noveuaber a forgone conclusion. It is
certain that the Domocrnor of the
North, if they wotuld rdoe~m thie Re
public., must keep their ar'mor' 0on,nnd
know no0 irest or' wearlineiss inl thoir in
bors till the nlight of November 3d.
Victory hovers still above the con
tendintg hosts, uncertnin utponi which
bliner's to itlighit. Thei Do'mocr'acy
luivo done nobly. Never 'were their
ranks so full ; neover' was their battle
foighit n.oro galilantlIy. But i ofoe
is sttubborn, determtined, despor'nte.
Not an hour is to be host;ntaie
can 'be spctred. t;no
FIind in your great airray.
Th'Ien~ otiward divez and silo
NoMINATION FulR ,'0iio.'olTn.. x.
rnet fromt Ihe procteinrgs 'of th1e Ed~'ge.
field (Cen ta D)i srie.t Club :Oni mlotroni
of Got', Blonhntp it wniq
Res9olved, Thlnt '.w e rt.spect fully recorbi
tnend i. fjaroy Fr.i Youhans as a can.
hdale11 .for ' Solicilor if' the Second
Juidioigq.Cirenilt of Soultit OCrolinn, con'.
pose ofEdgeleld, Bsawel Beaufoirt
I?lnd Cohlit .
* ?d~. CJ.IWiTi C4
A. J. Nounl8. Stecret-y.
Tnoor. nVTT~. aY 'it RAuIoAr.s.
J9.g6 TIto (Gen.: ittjoeneid, and
Ge.- oan, caill .,ti.Joy (28d in
stat)Alirst 0on the Presidt,gi anid then
mitni. Soofld nauiantinformale1 omn
ratdeo from Nornth thid SouItbWCar6lin a
atr ssistaneo against. appfobtaidrd
*Anbleil ihVfozc;kSdta,.' d'lby%~id.
!eived ;ao ntia do&p ig.pither gianrter
)?ond:l the infotmation thatp stj an
Fnt)es nor. p e-r :Of. Llo8e
#4 are se 'pg15i
i very lowmages,f r ernj mten of.
ereod,4o e t n1the a 1tJ7Ea or
orted by 'oh'agltyi et3ry,ow go to
workc on the P'aoft e or' hot railroca
~'"ifeMi"y $ . ^*
4&dlse hnn iea
SOUTH CAROINA RA ILROAD
Charleston, S. C., March 20,1868.
N and after Sunday, March 29th, the
lassenlger Trains on the South Caiblil.
na Itailroad will run'aq follows, Viz
Leave (!harleston, 0.30 a in
Arrive at. Augusta, 8.80 p in
Leave Charlesion, 7.80 p1-t
Arrive at Auigusta, 0.40 a in
Leave Clharlosonl. 6.80 a m
Arrivo At Coilubina, 3.50 p I
I-.-81e Chiarleslon, 6.40 ) im
Arrivo lit olu.mabia, 6.24) a ml
lonv Antusa.G.00 aM
Arrivi at (Ialrleston, 8.10 p i
Leive Atigusla, 4 10 p i
Arrive at Charleston, 4 00 a in
Leave Coluimii, 4.00 a m
.\rI1vp1 CI Iharestonl, 8.10 p in
hevave Cohll 1:bin, 5.30 p In
At"ive at Charlestoni, 5.30 a Im
Lenve Charleston, 8.40 p m
Ar1vo at Suinum rville, 5.10 p i
LconveStsmmitrerville, 7.20 % in
Arrivo at Charleston, 8.85 a m
Ol Nonhlys, We<lndlaYs and Samtrdays.
Leave H(ingsvillt., 2.20 p in
Arrive tat (,1timditenl, 6 00 p mI
,eave C4an11den, .5.10 a1 m
k.rrive at Kingsville, 7 40 a mi
ma I3t.1. T. PIEAKE3. Gen'll Sup't.
Cha11rlotto and .8. U Rallroa I
CoL.UMBnIA, Aug. 8,.1868
0 N anld afler this date, 'ite Trains ovet
fil it Road will raun as follows
I'AsNOit11 TitAIN NoRTH1.
Lenve Columbia 4 15 p'm
11 Winn1sboro, 6.10 p an
" Chest er. 8 00 p n:
Arrive At C iot e, 11.00 p m
Leave Clarlotte(, 11.36 p in
Cho1ster, 2.11 a In
h Winnsoro, 4.00 a in
Arrive at Columbia 6.00 a in
AN ACCo3ODATIoN TtA IN WiL., RUN As FOL
MoNldays. Wednesdilys and Fridnys.
Lenvo Ctlumb1t11ia, 7.1 0 a in
" 6 innsboro, - 10.45 a m
"Chester. 1.- 8 P
Arr*iv4o lat Charlotto, 1.85 p am
a tieadnhiys. Thursdays and Saturdays.
Leave Chrlot t, 6.0 a m 1
Chester, 10..40 a mII
Wintiboro, - 1.40 p sit
Arrive it Columbia, 6.04 p t
C. BOUKNIG iT,
5 pieces Priedts, , ,1 and Colored,
-41) Pieces Amierican Demiles,
20 pioesce Plaid lilouespitls and Lind
Stiperior Dress Goods, na nl-weol Do.
Laincs, ellages. Rep. tnd S. 8 Poplins,
atd Alaipacoa Lustre.
100 Sit wis, %Ill kinds. also Clonks of
good styles natd quality, Millinery Goods
of every kind.
2010 Prs. Sioes and Boots,
A Inage lot of lte ab(ave weytaranlee to be
free from wood or paper.
Lacies, Oents, Boys and Misses, of every
grade to Iuit purchaeers.
RE Al) Y-M A DE f CLOTHING.
No. 1, Cassimero Suilts, (Caasanmero, Sati
ateaS, 1 weeds and Jeans Cots Vsts amnd
Ouar stock will beo, as usual, complete.
SC -We invite tnu inspection, and prom
Ise a complleto alssotmet of everyalhing
keipt. lin a first clause store indc at theo lowest
Fr'om to-dauy, Oct ober 1, weo can fill no
mioreo orders .nuaaleass nec oampanaied withI the
casht. We hope whmat, we lavi'e done will be
atppreciatedl by promupt paymeno~ts.
sept 80 .I AD 1) ROS110.
S'1' Is ithe urSoa. luny of eyety obristian
I v ho at&t un ' tat itlo,. * y roas,omu of
daseta.e o ibuei*0 d ili-ying, cauise. to
pr oot.wa nhous doy a Policy of- assur.
Inm favor or ahoiat depenadent' tlpon him foi
support Mit anre liable to-beoo unassur
atbly ont any dlay, tihterefore .notiplng sh.qu)d
be pernfited to delay t1tl Iaportant dhit.
.Jno. P. tatthews, jr.,
Good rich,.. iirnnan & Co,
Le a rIet4i a 3
w7 3M _rM. Ma
Vinnsboro, S. C.
Tho Proprietors .are determined to
make the HERALD a firs:-olss8
N E W9 i PA P E R.
The HERALD will be absolutely
and entirely Democratio in sentiment,
at all tines and under all circumstan.
ces, and u,conp:omising in hostility
to those ruinous Radi-al measures,
which have struck and are still strik
ing at the roots of the Constitution
iad the existence of political and civil
liberty. We shall always maintain
and vindicate the freedom of the Press,
and aliall not at any time hesitate to
ilicuss freely the notions of men and
the probable consequences of measures.
Should commend it to the
As one of the best AdvorLis ng
Agencies that they ean posibly em
[JUAar,, 1 oopy, 1 year, 58 04)
- 6 anonthw, 204)
10 copies 1-year - 26 00)
and one extra copy to t he getter sup of the
SW No paper sent unlesi the cash e.
oinanfog the order.
3g' Every papar etoppe4 at the expire
loneor tildVet, %U1OS siedoi et10 re
sowed Idt tirna. -
OESPOtLES, WILL1'AM &C.
I .Hill (fo' 9nettier vs. J. ( tl. baster,
HRAthe Plit t dljthne uixih
Jon.ji~ 6 lebe dpela.'
th tgistt e 4d$Wb n t
ttr o oa aIltg
..is J aug maAco
[Proma the Louisvillo Deliniorat.]
ft was the m1ost om1inou1 question
acted upon yesterday th peop1o over
had to try.
Republictinisin was put on its trial.
Those wo.1o tbo issues:
Thecrighat to vote.
The right to agovornment of law.
The iuprotnacy or intelligence.
Obedi-:neo to the Constitution.
Subjcction of the military to the
,'l'e rigits of tie States.
Tho rights (if ithe people.
'Tho writ of lwbeascrp .
Th'le inldepeldelcu. (i' (lt! jiudiciary.
Freodotn froa it eitrary arrest.
Froedoli of tiade anld cominerce
Irom odions tarilifs
Froodoilm ofal'kinsod s;v ] und eoinehaiic
a ts It(ti o onieon t:a'n at itl.
'l'rial by 1jury.
Freeomloi of trnAlt. to alid front any
part of the u ntilltry.
Einnlity of States.
One0 system of govornmelICnt for thU
treedomil froni unwawrrant"ble sen rel0
I 'eace nad order.
The inldelpendlice of the lxceitive.
jainality in tie bur-denls of gon
No itxaoti withoit representation.
Paymnent of the pillic dobt.
A retuntil- to Spici payltenlt.
Sup111rentcy of the wihito rce
Frecdom to select. your own schools
Freedom to select your own con
pany i'l travol by I I or stem.
The encourage ent and protectionl
No wealth Llit th protlinet of labor.
1110 protec ion of p>ropetty.
The right of free speecht anid a free
Th'1lo gOvernmettlnt of States and
Protection of witit wonten from
Thite ptnIismiient of crimae.
The preservation oft Ile lion.
Ante tit iscogetnnt ion.
The ciltiv:atioln of tite cotton, sugar
aid tobatco crops.
The respct of 'ioreign atiations.
'111e purity of thle white race.
The A mericani n:tion.
Protcet ion of foreignt-born citizens.
Theso gne. titns. every ot e tle text
for an essty, were all diretly fild it.
dirvetly put tpoln trial vestorday.
We, will Itot say that the destric.
tionl of' Ill these prinlciples 0nnm 1trt
ed is thea.direct pIupose of tie olec
tion of (hatl, bit we Il kttow they
iare ta1d ub1jct St (-> neg t, object.,
thesilloissitot aln suibjtgation (af tie
whIlolk Sith to alid ien rile and Ilegro
sutpre~ mn y.
Tat Pos-rToI:D CANM: 1V BARP.-'nie
New Yorc /'tt plilile'l tile followinig, itl
(ihe shI pe of i Idegrom fvoim Wnshiington.
Oh Slitu:rthy evening .
l'l'Te move vnwnt to wil!'dr1aw Seymour
and14 milt is losing ground sinc tIhm pIti
cation of Tildetn and Ilelimitit's dlispilie'.
'lhe pri nci p'a I l dvocates of' h l movemlitienl
nue -flieicol.ders, who i.ve viditer been io
disltinguishwd f*r lheir violnC p1a1.ti shi'
otr for theaira ceon wiu 1ithi corrntpLt, mi.
n1.1itins timt athey ennnt at hIope to retmainl
untde.r Grat't nadmtini strtaltin.'"
Thte Watshaingtoan S/ur says: ''Dispaltics
hn.ivo been receoived herec to-diay farom leadt.
Inrg Demtocra'sit in aill.pats of thea couantry
dliscounttac inlitg the projc't of chtangi ng
ctandlidlates at thtia late haoura, nnd f1it. is 1oW
ertaina lhatd the Dcnoeracy will nigha. Is ot
on thae presen'tt hine."
M -A.OI&1 3rWmEJ
&c., &c., &c.
101l.E snbscriber is no4w preparedl to faur
I. nai a,I osa I.- or ma ko to order all kiandlt
Mly Pailenit Clot ha Wn.1her' will auiwia be
oniIt hail, they leavev beenta lhorongbly'I etted
ftor -the past twelve metot as by I le paublic.
and)4 in all1 Ctnnesi hav e givtent ent ire tat tisftac
ta . t i hsimt ll 'a ii i cotnst raueiota, dIau a be
nnd( nlot I'.lhle to get ont of otrdetr, i will
walsh six ,shith or that bualk of -clothles in
i ve mailalates if I'e t nel Icortng tao1 dIircitin.
I intvte Ih Iocit izens of Win1nsboro aad star
roznndi ng coniat'rflo eall iad eine tlla y
new Churan. AIso miy Doagga Muachiuni, they
tare decided ttirovemaets over the old meI
Citomo and-iexiamine any Labhor 8ating Ala
iian gIve Ithem a fola trial, Slnd ii
alley do~11ot gIve" eatire' s'nfisf'action, relturn
Ilthlem l a nacim withlina hiarty days andt I will
refunad the0 money, as I warra~t - evary. bla.
1th is to'ot rify thattwe ire- niting F".
ElIter's Patenct Clotilaes Wisher; It Is s'iple
nd'I ', Iiab)o Io.got oUat of or'dier. SVo cain
rectotmeal it ltoh plia to 60 a great
tningtt$ di.i bor0 tatd b- ss injn'ions o ih
olotheos ehun.the:04 tOhlitotho of' 'wzahbtg;
J 1lev 1.I Wi'i's,- WahnblorO, 8 C. Mrs i)e
rflt,Mochiaeir. Winttsbro, S C, its Sany
Stvern, fairel 10( Ist ies, 03I, 'Mras
Itoh, fiery ott Ftaia-field Iits lei, .i (, Mlra'C
JCntedy, -ChaehfM er 8C t'y J - iteeIy.
Ghloster/, 0Mys'CgaIl btiaae-s,. ,Cutk:mba
-$) Als .J Te.ongago, Jommabia, A~ f:, Uap.
8SJ t Is. f. II,Clodnac.y, Wijnnsabor, 5
IL W. Wriot,~ Pastoar flopowell ChIardht. -
- fI 4 6tiotf l0givn-f OMerMle
8 0 ,Islapd.nd Upland Cot
fi%.atis~o en C onslgrnmoitte
for Sale i hila toa or fox 8Imanx...t