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THE FAIRFIELD HERALD,
'ublished Every WedInsIiay at
WrlNX S'BN ORo, A. ;1,
D)ESPORT'ES & WILLIAMS.
TAWRS-IN AD VANCR.
OiP C4py 'One year, - - $ a 00
-~ ": " -. -1260
e JC FnitsOf the"M.
Thp Cat$Rato News analyzes Gov.
eat t; Peporb telhe Ku Kliux Com.
Wilke, .hepoint-a arq.. well takon.
'lilo News says:
-AiEuringfor, the sinko of argument,
that iGovernor. Sedtt's, Sqptuer-llrj re.
port is po-reot, the debt of the $tato
Amount 'of 1bonded
dObt vxistinlg pri
or to the war, . $,0.16,54o 16
Amount of bonds is.
,sued by Provision.
al Goverinent, 1)023,473 94
Amount of bonds is.
sued , y prosent
-Administratiou, 4,d58,550 00
Debt according to
Scott, $9,528,564 10
'Po this mlrust beadded
L i'he differenco be.
tween the true
ainount duo on
the' Fire L)an
Storling P o n d a
past duo and un
-paid, 788,222 27,
-and that stated
in the Comrptroll
57, $ 383,777 76
2. Blue Ridge Rail
road bonds, 4,000,000 00
e R 8 amount of
bonds paid nt
ing to Governor
Scott's report, 250,000 00
Total debt of the
State, $1n,662,:3.1 85
We deduct the $25OOOo which is
declared to have been paid ; but how
-ire we to know that the floating debt
Ilm i not boen, incretased by ani eq uIli
a tnourit I The State owed is 'innu
vial Agent, in May last, $80u,000.
Hilw 11111011 does the State owO him
now? The only additions we make
to the figures givra by G1 OVernror
Scott are : (1) the dIfaronieo between
the true and the publisled :1amn'11t of
the debt dLe on the li r L,1an1 bonids,
and (2) theo amount. of the bonds of
thc Blue Ridge Railroad guaranteed
by the -ato. We do not take hit
account the other contingent railroad
liabilities of the State, anountinev
(see Scot.1's report to $2,712.608
because we hope th.it as Goverorj
8eott says, "inl tihe event of any of
the abovo roads failling to meet tihe
interest on the guar2niteed bonds,
the State is perfectly seenure."' But
the $4,000,000 of tihe 1llne Ridge
binds (arrinnot bo inlumm ded inl this cite.
gory, the 8,ato having in their caso
Iit-t i or io security. Onoi Atateienrt
thae H by Goernorm Scott ini reeargi to
di i mnr ul -. II sa ''twine of thre
bonds have yet. been put ern thIe mrar
I;er. Th''Pnis isi lit eraliily trno. Noi
Blrc hidgei bndis hav~e beenr "puit on
thre ma aketc,"' burt art. least .$t, I00t,(00t
(ot wholo $1 ,000t,000t arc hy~ pothreca
ted to secure cont racts mar~de by the
companny, or tihe money w ioh it has
TIhe attemrpt to tastern upon proecod
ing rad mnist rat ions thre responiib ility
for' $8,162,4410 of the enrtire direct
deblt of thei State, will fail anow as it
las~ failed befe. (Gov Scott reports,
tar' instane, that $500O,000 of bills
receivable, issued by the l'r'ovisionial
Governtnentrt, hauve been redeemed by
rhe present adm'ninistrartion. We de
niot doubt that $50r ,000 was paid ott
in thIis inoy ; bunt tihe bills which
were redeemed were issued( b'y 0oy.
$ott's ad minhistration, or were re
deemred thrice over. G4ov. Orr, in
iri rr'cea ge pr'esent ed to tire Lnegisla
t~ure whiern the Scot t radmninistraition
took olliee, says : On thre 1st day of
May', 1868, thore was outstanding
and i in ci rculiiat ion of these bills io.
ieivable onrly $1I35,687," arnd (ov.
S.-ott imrseilf says, ini his miessay,
the. raount ortstandimng ont M~ay 1,
1868, was. $220,000, e 'ijured into
$5o0,000o ? Nor will the statemnent
in ado of the pait duo iriterest, anid
t her debhts ot preceding admninistra
is, paidl by the Scott adminnistra
n bear the least examnination. It
athler cool, for examplio, to place
ii tire cornvuient baciks of preced
adminitrationrs tire responsibility
- -u cntrest. ern thre Staito debtt up to
I , 18~69, when it is an indispur.
I i ct that theo Scott admini tra
a camne into power in May, 1868,
teen mnonths before.' But we are
disposed to puali the Scott finan-'
rs to tho wall, nor do we desire to.
'a gloomy view of tire situation,
suflioienrt to knrow that tire Radi
~overunment of South Carolina, in
o~ years, harve, in rounud rnum
:, doubled the public debt of the
pori the subnject. of taxationi we
* only a few words to say. For
- ~ears previous to . the war the
* o ' ~ ainual tiaxat ion was $4 31,
* )'ring tire prast three years, ac
lgto G.ov. Soo~tt's own statemntn
* ppropriations 'have been as fl
i8 -'Total taxation, $1,33~8,742
*l -TIotal taxrat ion, 1,01.1,901
>-Total. tax~atiori, .. 1,670,063
Ton.tal ta xat ion $4,023,706
* rnual averag io, n 12
We a-o glad to see that Gov. Scott
is confident that the Logislature, at
the next session, will amend the ele.
tion li so as to olose the door against
traud ;.and if Gov. 8cott carries out,
in good faith. the pi omises which he
iado to the Convention,, we shall be
inclied to blot out all remembrance
of his ingenious report to the Ku Klux
Committee upon tihe financial condi
tion of -the State.
Troops Wilhrowii from Robeson.
The informatiom recived here yes
terday t-o the fl'ect tht the U. S.
Troops had been withdrawi from
ilobeson county, without eWectinig the
objoet of their miission, is -comimned
by iltelligence froin italeigh, which
caime to hiand last nlight. The Raleigh
Carolinii anys: Gen. Gorman and
the United States troops have re'turn
ud from Robeson, without, lIlenry
Berry. They complain that the peo
ple of Robeson won't help the hunt.
A pael< of houids are now to be em
plowed. Gen. Gorman interviewed
Henry Berry under flag of truce, and
hIe proposes peace upon the termsi of
qui tirg the United States forever."
Wednesday Morning, Oot. 11, 18Y1.
SigaIs of' fime I11t.
In till parts of the eivilized world
there aro visible at the pre4ent day
signs of great political agitatkoli aid
commotion. Storms are gathering;
which may seriously threaten the ex
istence of Empires, and shake to their
centres some of the strongest govern
menits upon earth. What m:.y be the
inal result timo alone can show.
lrogress is the spirit of the age, and
its d hmands ro power can resist.
Lot us regard for a moment the
condition of Europe. V hat do we
see there ? Although but recently
disturbed by a sanguionary strUggle
between two of its most powerful ra,
ces of people, its peace is far from be,
Combinations have recently sprung
up which bode io good to its geierali
welfare. There arc accredited iu.
mirs of coalitions between Franice and
lItussia on the oneo side, anid Austrin
and Prussii o:n the other. Theic are
strot g allIances, and one or 1lie othmet
may oro long control tile de.-tinics of
the whole of Europe.
Eigliand too, though seeulingly i
passive clpectator of -vetsli 041n1-11
.1 (I of t rality
ooiniig uoro precarions aid Unset
ttied, and11 she will So0'l lie l'orced to
take at decidod tanid inl rerd to the
alairs of her neighbor4. Itler natur
al sympathies are with th 001-1r1ni1
allianice, but whedor lier public
policy will be so shaiped, it does not
becomo us to vent nre :an opiniozn.
Fromn the north of kitrope' e ,m'
ly imjirovingL andi ivo fee iy hi ir mihi
tary sys:emt. Tlnis is tag rdod as
wirlike me:'utre, but uii:h what parti
tienlar t object in view hans not beer
Theii inttrignes of N .poleon for re
gaining the F"renchi throne ari te .sl o a
coining to light, amid will doubtles,
soon take a dletinitei shape.
Thei characeter and temiiper of thIi
VI oneh peopfile is so fiek le tha p. .~
eon mtay' in a short timie succeed iin
trampling untder foot the mush-roomiti11
lRepublic, and once more sway the
destinies of France.
From~ the facts and circumistances
enumtierated above it is quito evident
that ai terrible feeling of -mteertainty
pir vails all over Eur'opc. TheLz war'
clouds are thiekening fast, but where,
or at what time they will burst, arc
questions far beyond the field of con..
Butt let us r'eeall our gaze to our
own shores, and observo the condt ition
of this "'fair land of ours,'" Does a
more pleasant spectae loom np h~e
fore us I Wo answer in sadness, no0.
Political comnmotionis and bitter cont
tests disturb its peace and qjuiet
throughlout its whole extent. Not
withstanding the fact that six long
yeers have passed over our hieads
since the close of the last war, the
poace of the country ( (i'n. ("rent's
peacO,) is only "'the peace that reigits
in Warsaw," andth at peace is our
Thle policy of the Government to.
wards its sub'jects is aggressive anid
tyraniial, and this pol icy tendinug as
it does to centraliizatin and consoli.
dation, will bear its own disastrous
fruits, and these will be bitter pills
for freemen to swallow. "L'etal.
c'est mi,"~' is the motto of the mnilita.
ry despot who rides rontgh-shod
over the liberties of the Americatn
peoplo under the misnomer of Presi.
ice is the man who disregards the
pro"dsions of that Constitution 110 i.
sworn to support, and indiffren ct to
the dicta~es of htumuaniity. per'.seentes a
people uihose only crime was fight ing
foi that their greator had given
them. Pete vicis, is the rallyitng
ory o eetalds forth to the paltry
sycophants who faw* around his footr
stoOl the w llihg.tgols, of hiq own dia.
bolical sehinegv n the American
people look with indifferonoo on such
things ? I1as the spirit of their fore.
fathers died within then), that.they,
submit withth46i' & hiitr to the reek
lss adndistration of an unsorupu.
louO tyrant I AlasF we i'diar so.
- e FaIrs.
The preent Scsenn promises to be
one specially distiugun.ihed for lairs
and Agricultural, exlub.jliios. Vion
our exclianges wo leafl that exten.
sivo preparitions are l ing ImIde in
all the Soutl,6 i Stte for a graml
interests of the. euUt ry.
We regard this ms an encouriging
and auspi'ellns sign '(f the timi's, as
tenidinug to devel1 op Ithe real ci net or
Uf the Southerin Jhol-le, atad brlginging
inlto-active pl1ay At'A prominellnce thlat
most hlonlorailo C:aliing, the cultiva'
tion of the ?oil.
We are esseitially n agricultu a'
people, boti hy iature aind ci'cumni
stances, aind whenever our people
learn to appreciate this fact, we pre
dict "or thei'm a mio0e pi osperous cou
Agricultural Vair serve also as a
botnd of union hetvi een the people at
large, briigirig them yearly together,
and uiittng them in doing htonor to a
glorious vocatiin, and promoting the
best interests of a common couttt ry.
Indeed these aro the only oce.itions
left, to us to meet together as ft cemen,
and there consult as to the mam~er of
exticting ourselvesi from a state of
political ebaus, aind confusion.
Thisb feature of t0h0mt, though not the
most prominent, should awakien in
their beialf a It)orc general ite.
than we .9:e nil'cered. They are the
only reliesof former days reuniiiii
t Ins fromn the wrek of ttime and for
tuies of war, itnd should be fostered
by out people -'s the only tit lit.king
Us with tie gloriolul p t,
in this Coil iectioin, nt, must be al
loed to express our n egrets I hat ontr
f'ounty Agriitiurul 'Soiecty has
taken to stops top htb;[i n I ir in our
midst. WC Iil hoi oeil th'nt unfti,:iont
os coU11gm. tlnt t wIs rectti dIII 1t Sen.
so to ind tee O lhe -Soi!y to renew
their elforts in s) d isi Vill 1 1 u 11tS.
It so!il far'miie.r.-s it.uist coit to the
froint, or we wdl fdlI filr behindl mur
4eighLors. Let hitit but hCa in
ittntd 'lit omi 0i g irat. v.ealth of
the o r, a)-il .d Ihevy e 11m1 1 r ,mai.6.
ind i Ter tl I, toI the t i St ! 1s ll.
Importan 0t . 1.l. a.-alcre.
It, is Wit ..e' iih kn wnI, thst.
(Ctigress du.rinsg i-s L~s 5'ssion lis
of :hi .\ el w orhih i t'nn Ita itel ' t' n
nottona l'lat , p atfi ieuriy ant d as1,
onen of otr tii. hut it ~s ibe l., b.-ali
oisrle, a hid is cm' it n sUls it.i
lany tne to w el taken ' i ew Y ol.
th. pni." Wylen, onnr cottabstract
of then.\et for the ' indrm tin of ~al
ncoern The ct welas frig. onm
pand't prtet the l tie of pssen. t)
- a sea nln tt nj r h hp
simiia of cttion, bt itruisl asued t
puth coon pi o odr s
order, and ifr i.'.)irtlas nlisg it, t
have t it~ ook~ welO! The t is .o asin fI
"Not' ~ilI C hilay, h he rclinn, ih to
eonaiedil o nly se co. out ofji
any cotton bee aen to traish by
anyl oteamr cyfog p-issng tiu
wnsi i fabrothorougly oservad
every aso iethou oom
I aingtotepviin oitis.\a charl
bete subef to pa e. t f$30 e
bde whic gcatt or tshlb ln i to
matzue or i paymnt there itf. on
eveiy sould u eaityinduc ournt.i
laccrdin to e on thiri gurdtorte,
orradt icl evenntu''ly cnet outi ill
a o dtr's Poss ~ itIiia. 's:
some oft or, frtiendgy' s fr.sng theu
luer o s tianer. sk p~s~o
Wet rae grtfu orjsadleii
theu inste sited we ae, n er
oadical han. Wendr t ttanin
"pesd to rvllutioaryt fortradisaof
II)nC.'' iigl" i ynn m u
'-Observation has couvinoed us that
6 nalnl assumed by a' politivial party
is no index to-:the roal character of
tie party. We see it modern time.4
the two great political p;irties of the
Country both tainted by corruption,
to such an extent as to threaten their
Wecare not what name a party
takes ad long an its principles are
Aound, its tenets jut.t and fair, and its
general course wise and jud ioious.
We belovg to that party t'hat will
forover wage an Oncensing .Ari'ara
against Ratdicalism, and its corrupt
and arbitrary priitiples, let ito viane
'be Ohat it may.
We hopc we lavo stateo ony posi
tiot so that it wvill be neitlher misunta
dors!tood nov naiAtverpr-tods,
Ritialint lit the Epiteopni Ctitur.
Tito New Volk Sun, in an article
reitt ing 10 the 1pi'o-1i'al ('oi vention
'aseib ed in itIi s city, ys
Th commit tee on Rh ricul Amend.
mentii's Ip)jOlitod at Ithe last Coniveu
tit i to confi'dor the pnig~i iet v or I.
gality Of nany so cAlled 1i ' alistie
pra ticts, havo prepared itan Clab'o.ate
rTort, to which till of them have of.
fixed their signatures. It may be
doublted, h'wever, wheVIther the Con
vention will display such unaniity
Ii connection with this sibtct> we
understand thAt a clileal deputy
rrom New York, Ivith a view to cons
ciliate all par!ts, is prepared to offor
a resolirion in favor of inoirporating
variou< degrees of ritual within the
Chuti 'h from the severo simplilcs y of
the ultra Evanigelicil to the gorgeous
ecreman onial of St. Albin's. Th is w ill
i.mbteItss1 finid favor with the large
body of moderate Men who control the
Convention, and to whom Anestions
Of rubric and ritual are of little im
porlance, provided the essential doe
trinaes of the Church be maintained.
Many of them believe that the adop.
tion o' this principle will make the
Church more liberal in the true sense
of the word, and more comprehensive,
anil will draw within her fold mem
hers who are now repei!ed by her ap
pa rent tiarrowiess and intolerance.
A Colored Conjurer in Alexandria.
''ho Gazette relates the following
inuident which occurred in Alexu.
dria on Monday.
A colored in named W. IL
Piiekney alias )r. Williams, yester
day w-;i.t to Ihe houo of a colored woC
ni111 n1 MA Emaaeliine R:ndall, on Nai
lor's lh where ta blind colored
m11an un zi iaed Eman uel Braintit lived.
A. soon aits he entered the door he
suid.. "there tire grieeibacks in thi<
hanutse ad I thust ha vo Ioli of thei.
lie lut Aome tort of powder ins the
naitnanI' hi.s and t ull her to rub'
t-iem toigether, ajjd that th ti f.he
Wuld ..bey hi, emom.unis. Ile then
h-d the llihd ni.n out in to (fhe ,v'.rd
aild relieved hi 1f i inety-six cents,
an)d At141 returniag iu t han use,
selig tih el'l w m an citceaba.g
m - , he.:.teh(-d a ten dll.r not
tritmi her, iiieli ining i:- was t he very
'oie fr wh)i-h he~ had beeOn hunitiig,
lilt hin lg appr4ovedl of, iti n-tion
..f. h ane na: gI .ea n othie police,
ahlo si ro- t si.o, int ebare, ua.d he
I- I- nI in j il .w'itin.:~ a trial at the
lit t m~ liit the cotor.
Dea~th fromt Hydrophiobia.
Al) .u- ix weeks nu~o (as repoted tt
ih' t imt.-) a matn iaino J. 4 3h,
liviig in Wolfh .stre, t, was za tucke at
h'- yard by a lar ge d.1.g oawtet.I l.y
himn'f, wI.ieh thirew i.i . d wn mi
hit., hiim bhul.k abn 1141' hi- neck~
and bo~dy-. ibs eri s :atme
)rt. ~lala, w-ho r .i. Io ha s~aw anie,
but ithe do a haviing he ..t,--!ra .g
uthe, threib- owa b. ..
sieverely. The d. g nasi hao -z6 .4ive it
uill' by Serg.-ant J..i..-oni, w1ii Y he a
he vicuarty at the :ime, afte. h1. bid
li d otithrece balls ii thle bodyml ot tiae
ti vugi beastr 'lTh p rt-e, 1b r-eir
ed. bunt Iarely 3lr.,. M *.lo 013.1.piitm..t ..f
tho wound ' p anming her, ut. D r. A.
H. A rn ild was sum inone lasn t w -k
antd he pr oniounced t he sy ll mt ons to
be thosof~ hydl~ lroph obia . She Ilin
g teid ill giecit augoiy until Sundaiy
abouit niton, whenh she died .--Balti
Ashies for Poblors,
Froma Maine, the headquarters of
pot st c rowers, comies thte following:
"A god fiamer in this county, in a
recent i.,nversation, spoke of the
value of le-ilhed athes and plaster to
his potato crop. On three acres of
potatoes heo applied fifty bushels of
leached ashies, mixed wi'h five bush
els of plaster, and admthinistered at
the rate of a hanndftul to the lull. The
land wats a good, strong heavy soil,
and the results were most bentefleiail.
fle. regardst leached ashes as worth
t went y five cents per bushel as main
Progress of Captain Hall,
A letter recently received in Wash,
ington from an officer of the Aretie
expiedition, states that. Capt. Ilall
hopiis to carry the Polaris to eighty
degr ees north hatitude. The season
ras very favorable, and the sea very
clear of ice. 'God willing,' ho says
'ce may accompli-,h the obiject of the
uxpeditian so as to return home again
A husband advertises t "My wife
Miaria htas strujed or been stolotn,
W 'hoever returans her will get his head
broke. As to trustinig her, antybod y
can tdo so if the3 see fit t for, a I
I AM AA A' a
lTw6 sIt1IsCril&r 16 iig r 1'.. }es
Si1 A W, have ret urled fromj iha No, h. hv
ing i ob ssePt one of te o laapt l' .V .4
noods I hey havO ever offeri.d iin khis -ar
ked. Consisting ii pfrt of,
ers ad Riibbons or he lae t atees. 9 1:r s
Goods iii great. variely, CleAk and Sht:V w
or every descriptioln, Montavards, Baltno
rail ani Hoop Skirts, Ctrsets, ShIgndns,
Switches, Jet Jewelry, Dress Trinimings,
hWgingsi, inserlinigs, Ad Albut e\'ery 'Ar
ticle kept in a first class Dry Vtods3 or Mit
B02TS AND SHOES,
Ile wishes to catll special attontion to hii
stock of L.avties', misses Gentn and Boys
1oot, Shoeb and Gaiters, as he ias one ot
The layget, best and cheApost stocks in the
market, consisting of FIFTY different va-.
rioties, the principal part. of ithieh is \nde
And warranted to be clear of paper and
wood Having aompleted arrangementft
With the Boot and Shoe Mannfactorieli
*here he buys for Lhe Cash, enables him to
sell wholesale or retail as loe as they cian
be bouight this side of where they are made.
All lie asks is, to call and examine his
stock and be satisRed as to price and quall
11i' stoak of dciita' at4. Read*v Made
Clotling, Furlnishing Goode, &c.) is l1.ge
said complete, and cannot be str1.assed In
quality and lvive. Call Ail nee Cir yo,.
Groceries and Provisions~
Always on hand at lowest cash priue,
consisting of Bacon, Lard, Butter, Cheese,
suigair, Cotfec, Tea, Corn Moal, grist, Irish
PoutaIoes, .\l act cr21 in barrels. half-barrels,
quarter barrels andl kits, Cod Fialh, Devilled
Turkey an 1lam, putt tup) n cans, Pickle,.
Cannied l'%.ita, ('anda~ies. Rin 12'. -m i
MIacat-onai, t i, ion, \l x ..
llardware, hiollow Wate, Tin Wat-e,
W~oodenf Ware> Crookery, Solo Leather,
lBedsteaids, Matit-osse, &o.
Nothing eharged for showing goods.-.
Call and examino his stock, as he Is deitr.
m jined not to be nndersold by any. All
Goods sold for Cash and Uashi only,
6 lo hathe1-now receivinug ad open
lng (at the store room fornterly occupied by
Batot & Co ) a now stock of gods oonsisa
lng in part of Sugar, Coffee, M~olasses and
Xyrutp, Itico, Basgging, Iron Ties, Twine,
Powder and Shot, Axle Grease, Cheese,
Craokee-s. soaps, Manilla Rope. Candles,
Painted Bucket s, Tuba and Chturns,Bjrooms
Well Buckets and Measuret. , Soda, ili1ie
Stone, Concentrated iLyo, Candy, Pepper
and. Ginger, Chains, Axes, Spades, Shovels,
Manure Forks, Nails, Ho rse and Mule
Shoes, 'ilobacco, Tin W are, Vinegar, Salt,
Bacon, Flour, &o. All of wvhichi will be2
offered at prices to suit the times.
The highest market prices paid in Cash
for C->tton and other Produce. It will be a
pleasure to him to show his stock, and at.
tend to the wants of his friends. Olve him
a walt- oct 10
20 kIte Extra Mess Mackerel, ptit up x
pressly for famIly use, 10 kits Pickled sal
mon, a ver7 nice t-elish for Breakfast, also
200 lbs. Pickled Shad. DJACOT & CO,
LourSvI .K, Ohnahers.1
loonl useA oNt't al4b .i e
Maturely fronm 't4stelnings. Two
nen sprang for thili oar, and only
Danght the ropes, and were carried
affa. One--felLbirty. feet unhurt ;-the
Dther, Professor \Vilbur, clung tothe
ropes till the balloon 4tarnind..tby
height of a mile, when he came w hirl.
ipj.tp the earth. As he apprichet
the artli 1 was1 feet for2eWst , .. 1
then spread out ho1 izm:.n al-y, th it
'tihest-.wp, a~t ad nesduvs,:.'d .thus
?t1' lit's','. oil, I 11s s o f
'o l yru g t n u r i:11 hil,.m .
kal. As he !ri,k 0. :.I b e f I
asI t l I(. T "1, 1 ~ .i Iti I 55 I1
It I I h i I d .' 1itil 6. AN to f I <; I d
tnile <trn ndhu h tIem oi kh G
SAL'; IJAkkit October 3.- lirighim
Voting was arrested lit 4 'oelocek, in
livteid for licelttiouses4. Owingr to
siecknes h ns *tIS '.Ia)WL'd to Iemain In
the houbo un1ader the custody, 'of the
marshal.' Another company of Fede
,al troops has arrived.
Serious relistinee is improbable.
It is genorally belieVed tlint indict
nonts will-be found against Brightsi
Voung for murder. -
SAN FRAN'ct!co, O;tobcr 3.--Tw.
)(the esc.aped Suate prisoners have
C1IARLESTON) Oetober 3.-There
mere dluir fever deaths during the
ast 24 hours.
OAtA'LAND, October 3.-The small
pox is severe at Walla-W alla,
Vrom New Vork-.
Nr\\ Yonu, October 2-.-Appli-a
ion was made to-day before .lutge
3iixby for a warranit for the arrest fiii
Nap or ll., on thebchrge of cliI, o ial
jegluet, in pernitting the cotiversion
>f public f'unds. Tle N)or is Mili be
iotified to appear at 10 A. M., to
norrow, and anmwer the charge
It is stated that application will he
tade for the arrest, of Twcei aid
>thers, on a chaige of fraudulently
Lpprorpri ing p-u"lic tusids.
N:w YouK, October 3 -Secretiry
it.ud and patty arrived in the
NVASI, \(.j s. () ' r 5 -This
3.. s.'i 62n Ill .: a hg l9 ..sa ,
- i i ti - r ti th e is
. -.; .. tI . wi-hinIg ,o
.e -.. : .L. ( . hi kk , and. has
~ e1.. 1'n 2v has e
~ i .fr.n 4": Secrea v lb ii if'
whs:n -6e' 2nut. is over, he'.,,ball n.
be I -C alLat, h5i4 1'asgo, ts wilt hi.- .--m
toi hiti iui nltifther, that the }Pa. a
dent will noct r6eeive him ini1.e1> :.
30mpai21ed by the I) uke, nior ii-i l he
it any'i I ti.o. 6, i cai..v . s e; n wVi .
ujina. TI. . i .shhs-'t put 1:njarg
af .e ab . h . ta ,' le
dt o the , r,-,t. (e'jrt d' ho
in the Ep ise-Spmi Con vent len, tnd.
Ing cooII nlt ees were anunouncsed, and
the Er-glIi h cler forall y introld u:.
8mL JAKFE October 5.-No excite
ment here. Y'oung Ltillat his resi..
lence. Le .promises to submit to
trial, and says nothing aa to wvhat he
will do if oemvieted.
* Fron) (harleston.
CIIAugESsTN, GOcther 6}.-. There
have been but two' Jever deaths in
Lhe last twenat.four hours..
I'.n is pr'ogr'sind (jil02. T here
were probabliy twelive hundred voies
Jast herd ye'tetrday anid to-diay. TIhie
people are generally voting. 'Nothing
l~eilste wilt, be known until the de-e
ion closecs to-mtorrows.
telipality of P~aris has voto.l two
milljon francs for repairs to the
nsonumenits and public buildings
lansaaed (during the seige and reign
>f the Cormmiune.
From New York.
R6CltEa'rnR, Octoher 0.-In the
m.rocratie Convsention to-dany, the
.kfoinm candjiates fromi Neowt York
!ero given a lhes ring. Soetal diolo.
lates made spbeohes den-onnoing
Paummany. A letter fr'om C'harhes
)'Connor was read, bitterly denoutnc.
nig the work in New York, and de..
eliring the Democratic party in its
State Convention, bound so to con.
duet itself, that the public prosecu
tions now demanded may be fairly
heard, and innoooneo vindioated from
the ful.so assortions,.or if aiieartained
guilty, to be eondiginly punished.
The conventioij nomiited for See
rat ary of State Di-derieh W iPers
for (iioller A scher P. Nichols
fqr State Tio.sur.r, Whleoor H.
; f r Attorney G.encial, Mar
Al 1 1. 'h-, mplaiii ; for Stite E-g i.
fie I alld r VanllI.. li01nond ;
r,)- Cann1.i 4''()m~on G. olup W.
t4 .an;i fugr it'tr 'f St 'to
.) vid 1 \IeNeil. Adjmi it.
w\,tV YmRK irco)br 5. -The l.l.'I
h ' I)0wI i b Iew W len t 3i. ya
qt Ilk A v nto
I1- 0111 I Ie\JS
Ush.r 8.-I the-k
- fm:.fl j.i lected by
2. I j 11 . ; .'lo r co1ini.s tire not
- 1l.rST N, Oct-er 8.-I, the Irst
distrI 3 0i liV Colullit i IIII v leeli heard
f rom ; IIernd. 1, demllio:rnt, has a net
ma1j.. ity of 525. In 111( 0hi1d dirt.
I let five o .un- ie hV be.ln lie a rd
fr-oml; Gd . lings, demto-tit, noqt, ma1"
juri t., 1,320.
ThIe (113 P1rantieIC of 0 IG ve-4o IgainSt
New Orleatn has boei raised.
Utl1CAOOO3tober7.---Fires in th
woods and, prairies are prevailing in
every directioun inluding .lchi'is,
lUlinois, Ws i.colasina and11(1 I-w a. A
heavy 1t in) al.11n can k-top the coifla
grat i'a . The couitry is (Iry Its tila
Mi l.wAwi.:, 0,:tobler 7.-Tle fireq
are ragi g woi.te tito ever. Thirty
1mlen WMOe burfloil near Pen salki,
10.at townl was also bimweil
Newv OnrVAuSs, OC-,ouerl 6.-PiVe
pilot ha.-i were rivenl *ashmo. at
.>ui. st. .s-.i tho ..ne i ilie 3d,
inclldiig ti lR ea, ,, e ieb
Was tli.lyil wrl'k,.i. F .I . , I .,-r*
dtwned. ilot r,rk B A% .,d
i thir ty hourn e I01ei.
INDIA NOL.A, Oc r7.- l'h- t own
wa., floodcd dueepr dui. ing tho- stornm
of IhI,:3 41,!by tide. wateOr, th .1 has
beeri known loir twenty fie- yea1rs.
Front New York.
N.v Yonr, Oetober 8.-The steam.
e. Delaware n1111 Itoidibt havo beenl
libelled for a nor-c.ompliaijee t the
laws regarding the inispcetor of til
Th'lu trial of the Afioers o.f thei o
S4t:atenl ["lil [I crr) compiay, for the
\eie ( hor(1 iut(rors, couunen)111 ees to.
The gallery ofr llavl'rmelyer's sugar
reIery3 lll, kIlling three"
SAVANNAH, O.:tober 8.-The story
of .i : r e t 1uid .ut i r ng
emnII''y, l''-o idn, is ai hlax. There
ha, betn nii .tioh p~~fhnonsenon0 in that
:eItion). Tis 15s-atementO~ . ild semn.11
to be1 uil'.m-:-ry, buat ior the fict
Ilr .i so, d 1 osic. e3 hr. n.11Wli
Irim U rh t iky.
.''Inu~ 0 e .Io r
b. .iv.il ,.i.d
~*~t~ I.1:... ..2.1 ; Orleans
IJIvi.:In-00. Oct. 7...I)ei
et'--lIanid. 9} ; O rieiw I J. lo s
8. B. Clo)wney, C. '. ,,Vs. JamesC' Cath..
Cart, liichard'l Cathcart.
URSUANT1 (o nu order of' Court, I will
sell al pubbel~ oultcry to the highiest bid
der', beftore the Coneis 11ou11 MI ,,or'a ii 'iilTM
her nextl di-ili (lhe legal 1i1'11.s of '41110
thie tac t of land '-esc0ribedl inl the plei 0i M
co.'11?innng .1 acres, 1more orI le01' 13yi1
Wi insborol(I', 0ndl iln I he fm-k of th 1w, publ
lic wnlgon trni (sl'ingt (90 h i~':4
TI awn of l , nu)boro, olte to (hers'& til
nail thle ot her Ito Roc9ky \lik 11 ,ooal
ed by Ias of II. I. El 3ison, JrI. an~d o11h
Cost s orf0 uit and1, l' 'olis (of I 94ale~ nnd1
033e-half of t h ' pur1cha:se mlaiy t i I
in (Iisho da00(y of' silo. p~lh le(a
ered!(il (of tW-; ve month ' with initere'4 fra
daly of' sale, 0o be ecured IlbIy homli of' II..
chno wit goo peronn' 'mi, II 13
('.nor i' S o331 p reise 'rh - a
8A'th. It C1-OWNIEY
OcI 10-flx2 gi l'rk
4rST RB EVA
~U Rt E Lenf faird, in 203 lb. tin 3)ails, Par~i.
tin he Cadls no cis. per lb , I keg 1110ne
Stone, 1 keg Enagl iish (opperas. . 'h.. xesi
Ilahiana Aaccatroni, 25 eta. per lh., Assortedh
Toilet. 80oaps, very cht-ap, IRaismis. CurIII1ItI
Sulgars. Neo f 1010l ledihokwheat JFloori
0ct 8 . IAC(p & CO.
Too barrels fino Irish Potatoes.
oct 10 n AC r &~ O.n