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ark tie danlgers of 1ell Gate will Initt
> longer exist. But sihould the ex. sol
O.iol by an'y accidenit not prove suo.
s'ful, or, imdeed) if it should never P"
10 phice, 1hre will still be sliflieient~ tI
10 1ifor the largcst ocenn steaner to in
as to liugh f fter the coffe r dam ihall th
o b.-en ene,. S
LollIrct's ' (pilliolm of Crmeley. "et
fon. Ljong'reet, is entspol;e for '
reIeey. li utys: "GIreeloy was or
142 oily mwim bro.ight before the. Cin- (if
inti (i Cunventioni whoi I woul] be thu
iling to Sippmit. If aunother Ciidi- ar
mai h.ad heen Pitt lip, I wo hillel liive
una11ined silenlt),11at Mlr. Creeley po.
as all the gw:nihties whieb are ie. s
''1:iry to sucure :uces4. lie is amia. ic
b- ailn forgiving, and his p puarity no
iIt thei, K'Z thoo -- n1 pcople its very great.
he n~ire onii ,with, t h ex -ptio
'one! phips tw aee, wili vo f r"
ii, naitl give hima sitr.myer maj .ritis tii
1;11 mlly other candidate Nx~ Presi- coi
,iit has rceceivi for y.'. lie will tit
wti y einly 1,onisianla, Nhtere
ini) nigr' s will votw fir hi ,i , d ri
bi iead rhipi of i'.:hhzA ck :tnd War- 4S1
G;eni. 1 Or'-t ret sy i. his health rei
ermoi'she will take :,n active part inl th
ho 'uiaiI but he has been pootly 'i
My y, Pdo is frid to expose himself .
,io lii -i-. lie will returin to New lo
blI: i te::t w.ee:.- ('incinnati ('om d<
'edusay Isoring, August 14, 1872 re
CI - cm ;1rwn -wA.e o er~ from Vry m
- on ' If he V.,1n1t15y. CO
I 4r. ! -t. I j"\ n !0 1%l for 11 Ave
-1 ,ionu of :my 1,1 inlciple. Itheor cr idea, Vi
i r1 in 1Ii % :y r - te.o1"e ft' t h i ie w i
rs Ihi 'Its t corrI- iSp ien lls
Fr tre b int. r t
HORAM'E WREELE.Y. of
/, " 1'.. /h s W/ . i t
r. OmteihI mmr'S' i l'osh iti. u
HE 101i 1 'Nrh IN iuAsTsiZu 1 is 1)11V l
t:n-bental to th bi, eral iovel ent,
hIto ' Um l r feinator iunerh , f
s1 i :. W' 1aly lt inu li tu dociic s I
'.o ' iu is it a ioteworthy eiei t ti
!th, i:.t t'y of its progieyi s. His Ul
MIAw i"tNib tMit . ral Grant, :uid O
i tIerila t s l hts t u pon the Aid Itt ;
ni rati .'. the fi , 1. S. Sen t fof I ' It
:ulowed p yis 11k ii 1 hi lsi op po- t I
tioll to th o (aliiil intinen ut iet vl
a tho i t by 1i1,an1y ihlat th is oppot i.
ion wo b it e , in p i in l t pres- 1i
-li ct , ii 1ailfi th e sof ir. p
reeley rearcely hopedA Wha No dMid.
ia l :t' v is hoe toln hv tih '
Ie I In "!ti I tnl~r,~iu o f h Ill
' d il the let t iteferred to.
ir. ivshr laents himself square ul p.
i the eerd, and mitis his enii
t -y t ilro .h enit. Ile hohds .lr.
-lleins up a . Ilifln I g though pro. O
St.i. ti,, L 1twieui'bican, ail d ntioinii u si
h: s r e isvu t iin' of Ge . i as i.'n
't' ir' su on is parclitt.~'s l ai t p yl t
,'l st ivll or:-ee" aii"ie uiof the p
o:.e ofU ihe eali. e s aaIontof the of
-hoii on of lu-lavery t . In oterwods
Sbiera it is t ru rS rsnttv E
(i: ien . of th is lixont (of t11. ruei
ats bit of ~ his pliersonat in hience pIT
is? popn t tot coni'rbue hir entie
hate er f plitl mnion 3[* po
X t IWi) 'corse, inc ties goni by,. crc
-t e ofrise in li anv apria ittifs ail- th
cnd that Convention have a most al
eOna duty to discharge towards the. ai
>ple at large, and should feel that b;
y are called together not so much t
the interest of p:arty as in that of so
I whole coinoutwealth. They li
uild rite to an appreciation of the
essties of the entire mass of the
>ple, "without regard to race, color, A
previous condition." In the light
the p-it should they deliberatq for e
future. 'The whites and blacks C
alike intercsted in the welfare of I
State, and the State government
)ul he Icont ui lttefd with a view to a
eting tlhe wou of both theoe ele- t
'I he llejtiimbletan party hits been -I
ig enouigh in power to understand b
it. this State cannot thrive under a n
rralt, and extrbavagant blmilnistra - 1
n1, and that tite perpetuiiri.tioll of its C
le cannot be maintained iuless bon, t
:y and ecoitomy charaoterize the I
tirre of those entrusted with the e
ins of govertnimcit. Its leaders in i
a tm)ain have proved faithhas to i
cir high tru:ts1 and have thereby r
ided the Stito with an enormotsu
ht whiebi (-n nevter he paid. While I
us weighed down, it can maver make v
at progress itn keeping with the am- c
tion of its people. Let the Con
ntion shortly tW sit in Columbia t
medy this evil by selecting a cabi- c
t of State (iueri upon whose char
ters rests to aspicion of fraud or .
alreasaice. Let it pas sentence of I
nIetiatioi upon the thieves and v
hlh.ins who Lave almo.-t ruined the
ate, and administer tuch a rebuke
.s Niil be a warning to all
Republicanism in the South has be.
mte a ynionym of publie plundering
)d unblu'hilg corruption, not that
is so naturally, but beca uie its pio
.er'ia3 anid 5t tidard-bearers have been
silty of the ntit, revoltitng csimes
at %icre ever known in the history of
Tlmblican goeeunient. For the past
ur y ears in tis State Radicalisin for
riplanted liepublicanaism, and under
to false guise of free government,
Itrages have been perpetrated upon
ir poriple that would have shoekod a
sth or a Vandal. Is.-t the honest
elpublicapn, it any ti-hre be, emo to
1e front, atd unite withi the Cunser
itive element in establisihing an ad
iisi1tration that will he an ho nor to
it State, awal tt will alffrd lsuch
:otectionl to tho wi ('01e p)eople as will
aii-risih iintiy from pillaga and
CItIgal . 'Ihlis is What tite timnes do.
11(1, and uht:lt we hope will n1ot, be
miicl a suflring people.
War fpoi the Constitution.
Next to the wild hunit after office
Id the il.I (iravagance of men in
liee come tle i:! nk Sclem of leg.
l.1i mI that lv chrtcterized the
'adolt of raictal tdo'intation, ]n.*
txiae wth :snt .cess, thirst ing for
'tertad pelf, thea geat republican4
ut 5 eemis to ha~ive ~ civted the
ttI in'la idea of atbsorbing till pow
into theo centtral gOaernent and
~comtplishing every conceivable oh
et of its pilea~tnrie by the mere flat of
s legislative will. Tlhey have
coached the hitherto unheard of
ietrinie that any)thing and every
hing may .b made the subjet of Ie.
il enactmnet, and that there is no
tmit to thle power of the national
gisltion save the pltasure of the
wvmakers. Conl t it utional gnaran
es are disregarded, despised and
'it tupotn. Cheeks antd balances-the
hiolesm raOii( ~feguards provided by
Ir tfathers aga~inst usurpation and ty
ny are svept away like cobwebs.
te wise pros i~ioni of a gold anti I il.
-aisis for cuirrencey is tranepled uin
r foot, anid udler specious pleas and
mosy pretixt s, it is dleerced that pa. 1
r is the stam liias gol. If the au
eie court stattuls ini the way, men
liit he pilaiced upon t ho bench who<
ll not interposeo obstacles to thef
O'gress of thet new gospel of' hiigheart
s.Whio wouild havel dreamed,
el te ye.r'a ago, t hat Coingreass wotild
er be presumlptuiouis enough to at
u pt interiferiencte wit h thle qulinea.,bi
ni of voters reserved to t he State
mnatters over ; hieh they had exelu
e control. ]bit Congress 1has nott
tpled to int( rfere with thtis pre- t
it ivo withI wich they have not ~e- Ja
e presumeod to mnedd Io. It is to be 12
cod that fthis universal as uimpt ion o
power andl prerogative by the ctd- r
I le'gialture ay receive an effee.
1i cheek becfore the land marks of ti
u tit utionial liberty are all swept Ib
sy. OJur boasted republicanismn is II
c'y to becomie a by-word and re- 0s
Iteh among the nations on account.I
these untwise and unwarranted as- tI
Iptions of power by Congrcss,
r' ontly safety and security lies in st
scrupulous observance of -the et
tten constitution. The wanton de- w
fure of the national law-making bi
rer from the-provisions of this sa- sf
1 nstrument is the prime cause o f w
rnly all the evils under which we1 is
e now suffering, Remove not the 4
nident landmarks which thy fhathor
ve set. The defeat of Grant will i
Sob the usurpers at Washiogton a I
lutary lesson In the alpbabetof con, a
rr. Edlilet- :
Pray give space to a few words of
irnest appeal to our worthy Town
ouncil on the subject of nlowing
ogs to run at large in the at reets.
Surely there cin be no great objec.
ttnined by giviog license to what I
ay be so great a nuisanne to the
argo moajority of the conimunIty.
'he.few watermelloi rinda and peach
bnries which the bogs will destroy can
dither greatly benckit the hogi, nor
e'so detrimental to the appearance of
lie streets as is the presone in out
loroughfares of the hogs themselves.
lesides this, the gardens and premi..
9 of every citizen are liable to b
Livadcd by theos depredators, rosnlt,
ag in serious incornveniuen and an
oyance- the side-walks to be rooted
p, and many citizens who have been
t trouble and expense to paint and
hitewash their fetiexs and buildings,
ompolled to regard with -mne degree
f disgust the embellishments added
o their improvements by theso clay
Ivr the sake, then, of all these coi
iderations, will not our city fathers
istento the humble petition 01 one
rho is tnot a bon of IIA.
[comm NCATm:n ]
I. Editor :
The roisy demmsrations and the
-owdyism dexhibited in the Court
louse on Thurtday night by the
[tadicals there assoinbled surpassed
nything ever witr.essed in this eoin
rnunity. It can but be spoken of in
erws of condemnation by every eti
:Cn, black or white, who comiders
iinself decent, or bas in his brain amy
:onception of propriety.
When self-respect is kl.st, then, be.
?ond question, there is no respect for
ithers, vice versa, a disregard of those
-ivilities due others argues an absence
>f good bredihng. This 1 hold to be
lie position in which that body was
diaced on the eveninig above niention.
When, in the name of common,
lenise, was ever such a scene witniessed,
mich a confusion aimong natural be.
ngs. Bedlam was turned loose.
Phe liberated lunatics of an asylum
rould not have exhibited so little ren.
on in their couduct. Sir, it Jistly
leserves the unqualilled censure of
be whole entnmunity.
Now, we would ank, how nre such
>roceedings to 1e prever.ted I Are
hey to be agaiin and again re enacted 1
in tine present statuis of affairs we can
mn!y appeanl to the intellIigence an md
leeeney of the party, if thne y have
mny, to their lad ers, if they hnave
mny. Then we would rask tine proml.
ient persons of thne party, if they are
villing to shoulder the responsibility
>f such conduct T If so, they should
~n erve order and decorum, or hold
neetiogs in some quarter where at
east they would rnot disturb tine citi
senns of the town.
Mr. Editor, I have become convinc
rd ini my mind that the colored peo
>le are unprepared for exercising pro.
emly the privileges of citizenshuip,
nuch less then, are they fit to control
ho interests of others. The state oif
fthirs which has existed in South
Jarolina for the last three or four
rears, must only continue a few years
onger (and from all appearannees it
nill) and the State will be forced to
nako application to be remanded
menk to the care of the general gov
rtitnent-an eternal stigma on our
amne that being children uniable to
istingunish right from wrong, we were
oreed to go back to the guidance arnd
uitionl of ouri foster miothner. God
ave the country.
hleing deeirouse of seeing what was
be seen, and of hearing~ what was
> be hneard at thne political gathering
t Mountain Gunp, omn 'Thursday, Jnly
5th, we took tip the line of imarch
ver hill and dale and were at thne
ght place at. thne right timne.
Judge Mackey was the principle at
action. Tine Judge was introduced
y' Wesley Ihall, "as the Judge (,f the
epublirian party.'5 Thne Chasirmnan
iglit to be excused, as lie is one of
10 mos0t ignorant field hands in all
The Judges rspeech was about tine
me as his Wiansboro speech with
me little extras to suit thne ignorant
ho were present an~d 'ihung spell.
mund upon hid burning words." ie
oke of the principles of his party;
bast they had done and what they a
tended to do fr the do.... dd..
)a this part of hissubjeot, the Judge
ras eloquent. Io omitted the "forty
ores and a mulo. He handled Gov.
3cott withotit gloves. The Judge
aid in lils practice as a lawyer, he t
ad defended a great many criminals,
ut Robert K. Scott is the greatest
riminal lie ever defended, The Gov.
rnor must be a most consumtnate ras
al, or the Judges practice as a law- <
or must have been quito limited._
Io donounced the member's of the
legislature in unmeasured terms.
Iany have grown riH, were ridin in
ilded cariinges wit I haiiet muontell
vith gold. W thought gratl'el to
hese samo t ei'es for his oihi.:e, as
Ol'adge of the Rtepuiblic..n irt.',"t
houl hava pro:n pted him tO li lesN4
Overo an1d mort-C el coice Il tlie useo of
Anlgua ge. Tie Judge said that lie
ad been iniformed that h'-etoolire it
tepuiblicaln could nt get justico il
his circuit. Suippjose he thougit
hey ought to have been hatnged, when
hey were only sent, to the penviten
ary for a few moiths or years and
Oaillded it public Thig. Tlis was.
to doubt, "a lo-. fliig" at that incor- r
upitible patritot and jud-ist, -. 11. Rtut
Atid. His record is before tHe, peo
lie, lie needs ot) defeice at the hand',
i our linible relf.
After J udge Ileckey I;,d conciel
!d, lawyer M1liton, is we und erstood
*til worthy chairmai'' to slv, waw
itrodieed and let II ia little ,tirlilus
p1,11) withott point or intetrest. Wt
pcass him by . y Th e Hon. Alfre'
loore wts tein entcaled for b, the
whites (,iliec seekers exc-pttk-d.)
'There se-med to be q fix edl purposC onl
Lhe patt of soie to rulle i him o1f. ie
mounted the rostiin anid said lie haId
not been elected O ernor or Treas
nie'(1 of tle State of S tith Cirolina,t
uenserp.'qiently had1 neithor the eunltroi
rt the liijusesisti of tie State funds. -
ilitucht It -d been s tid] abiout biribe:, lel
dii Iot doubt that bribes hid bein
g.iven and rreeived. Yes, veC her'
been0 bwiah/yht heie to dity. 1le t id t ihe o.
ito birib. s ; po-5ed but li -the propet
ItY; was 1in LIlav of' IOW tax.es; bauhdltt
for th itie in) the lelgi,laiturt. .Judg,
.\fackey is tie very man tithat sobei cited
Iiml to \ote to inlcreas: tie t:txe-,
(l-m I and prol inged chet r by th
tai pers.) Two colo- d niCie bore
tesitimnony to 'Mr. Mooie's fld lity ti,
hiscons ituents. OUe 61o 'h ' ahi
hea h:el yet, to -ee tle wh iot m:1i wll.
lead gone inito the .1'1pub!ican part.
who had iot done so to get, n t ie,
(tremendous cheers by all p.-,ent hu
a few whies whi were seeiug iffic'..)
As there Neemed to be i) o(e- eIsc de
siro of sko. k ing. t Ih i3ila ivice o'
a coIlored man inl tie crowd % w is hear
tW tay, ''0 y( s ! O yes ! If any more oI
y m di Ciaks wvants to icke e
speech coie oni for the st-ind is non
utipty.'' No one respontled,
''Our wIor thy chairlm1zcan" ithen calledi
for thrce cliet'; echcl, for Gran
Mackey and Mintton, niel were giv.I.
by all tie colored men1 n11di tw o 0
itree white meon who we.rei sekini
oflice. J ud(ige 3lAky salidi scom,
things in circle of friend., which woulo;
mauke him blush, if ch'd a thin. i
posusible, tit see pubiihel. Tlle 4e Inla\
be given it some titime in he fliu, tire.
Ca:,nalties-One. horse dci.i.'n te
d alth anid two niegro~es ai/k.-'/ a.ton
A U hiligeroti Ftllow-Tiruarilr.
On the 1 ith instatnt, 3.ay3s till Leoed
Mlerenriy, a genitlemanic tiant d Danztiil
er, b-fIt (Carlid-e by the I :dU A. .
train for Penthl a distance' of' 19
mihus Shtortly befo: e il e traic
started, ia matn en tred the com'ptart
men t in w hicht Mria..lainziger aindl thitreec
ether gentiemeni were sealtel.Th
three comviposed thlenwielvI es ivn:n elh
ateiy tsleep, b~ut Mr. Dait.ziger, whl >.
fort tuntel cy, tas th e. (e1111 will shtow.
was onily going a i-hort distance, dliid
not trust himtself to do so. Jet a~t
the train had st.artedci, thet s' r ge
r'ose fromn his se it, alppr.1lied Mr.
~Inzige'r, anid pulle Ic romt his peoche
a la rge clatsp-kn cife, whi.ich he opn Jedc
anid pointintg towacrds the sleepe rs, "'I
will kill them firAt, antd thein I will
M1r. D~anzigcr, wvith great presence
of mtind, aked the mtadmanti t) show
im thte ktnife, and then r'etmarkedi
that he diid niot thintk it would kill
him, aind thus pt'evailed on hum to
give' up the wea pin. lie no sooner
got pos.sessioni of it tha hiiile foiled lihe
niitdtman to theoground, att ecled the
gentlemlen to his asshtac.e. The3
bhl himt'down, pulled tLc commni..~i
Dcation COr'd, uand the train wis topedc.
the mtan re moved and givcin in ech rge
atth~e Pencvri t ittion. It wats dius
aove redi thait he itad juto es'a ap~ed froti
ri lumntic asylfumit li s viol-ncee may
be ima~ginecd wh'len it is 3tated that
nt withtnd~ringe all e-nr, he suiccdedl
in hit ing a ie'e of flesh out of onei of
it ~'ithe gentlie's handi w ho a-sisted to
olid im u dowtn.
A bout, three thousainds perertns w~ere
re-ise nt atL Greenw ~ood , on Lihe 1 81 i in
itant, act the mheeting' itn favor of 1111
anoing thle interc sis of thIe Green.
vood an td Anuti itlia tilroad. A Ilar ge
Ioimount of stcki was tuhsetribed for. t
mvd the pipo lofE it'Ihis Stile seemeod
o be eatrtest in te putrpose to ha~ve
he road ht 'it at as early a p<-riodv
a possible. Several ple f romtn
uingubta City were present.
Peter Montaguie, a oalored man,
vas foundtc on tha rail roadi, about ai
nile fromi the Congaree Bridge, Sat. L
rday night, dead. Tho cars had cut off t
is head, one am andl leg. Two dogs
hat had accompanied hima were also I'
ouind dead. There is someathing sin- .I
uhar about this catastropho. i
.A San Francisco girl wints $1,000 I
ightly at faro, and is breaking all i
lie banken it the oisy
SALT TAKia, August 8.-A register.
d package of $10,000 was stolen from
he manil from S.n Franoitoo hither.
SAN FnANCisco, August 8.-Chcl
on R. Winlow, son of Adiriral
W inslow, has committed unleide.
iTnoiT, August 8.-The burning
>f tle saw mill and lumber yard at the
ire at Portsmouth, Mihibignn yester
lay. involves a loss of $300,000.
N'Kw Yoni, August 8.-The latest
liSIlt c to the TiMes makes Caldwtl's
iljority 2,000. ''lie Seonato stands
0 IeImoorats, 1P liepublioans ; Ilouse
53 l),mocrats, 27 Republicains.
]IAs-r los-roN, A ugust 8.-The Con
incntal Sugar llou.,e and Refinery is
,nru' d. Loss half a million dollars,
\n hii undred and fifty men are thrown
ut of enmployient.
N sw Yonat, A ugust 8.-A Boston
pecal says that ButIer says, lie will
nake no particular e(fart for the gnib
1i torial can didature, but will n aeept
he nomination from either the JKe
m)lican or Labor Reform party.
B.itiks speaks to Wall street ncxt
N rw Oxu sN, Augu t 8.-After a
>rolonged Cioference the Liberal
emocratie and Reform Commnittee
ailed to agree. Siubequently, Pinoh
>aek'A Iepublican Cominittee mado
r 1-ropisitiona to the Liberals w hich
vas neepted.giving the Pitiehback
5a the Coigres..man a& lar and
he 8.Cretary of Saie, thus effecting
fus on of tih Liibealis ad the Pinch
ackn;s. T[he D -mocrats and re
rmiri demand four plaees on the
- ate ti-ktet, inAhling the Governor
Llid Lieuittnant Overnor.
MANCi.-Tun, Aigut 8.-Iforace
reeley had a (lie reeeption at his old
ome, with canion firing, intu-ici ind
urousioni. lie moade a spueClc, clos
W. with happy alltus-ions to the mutu
ki interests of cotton growers and cot..
O" linnec arnd th lex pressii of a
rust ihat sectionial misa pprehensions
.nd hatred were yieding to experi
mec 1, pro oked niine he:a ty cicer.
A joint deleiation from Manches.
er ait Concordf conid ticted M r. ( ree
ey t) Concord to-day.
Lirriraa lUicii, An lust 10.-Gov.
Eindley informcd tl:e 'Tibutic cores
o:ideit, to-day, that tie expects to
lehre martial 1law in 'ope County,
1id jn.totur the State iliti; there.
,3 I'eoftes--ed reictiniee to do0 this.!
Iut sid lie did not believe authlority
1o1hd Ie n:aintained and the law on
SrecIed in any o1)ther war. lie wa iiot
N'e to cite a siigle ease of resistance
o tlha auithorities, however, ard re
rerred to no ii.taieo of violation on
he part of tih anlti (Olaytoni men in
Ie (CnIzty, except, the alleged] Ii ibin
1)Vpu )-iputy Shler li W' l lialmis, which
is bcl eved lby Willinos' own rel tives
h have ho-n doine by himself, in
trder to n:ake a pice ure of a Ku Klux
.n rage. The G ivernor cbirge-s, in
&Inr.l ti P 4a1 , I hat. the )-ople in I he
Unary are in armse, in delianoe of lii
:ti 01iiiails, Iin are determin:I not to
tIy ilie olfiveri of the iaw i but ih
toitiJns 110 foct-. to sn.,tain hi pasi
i n. Trustworthby infornation ob.
ai.1ti he e ishows that lie iccount
f lie trouble given.i tI e Tribune
lesji tehi fieomi Memphis was cetcc
in atl e ssenat il p:m Itienilars TJhere
ive been no acts of hav iessness ini
PocpC C iiity, except tho-se cominni tted
my ii adley's mailIiti a and by Ithe Slier
fiTad his pco'se, and1( if mar ial law is
troahim.:d, it w ill he soiely for- it...
fiet upon the election, and will iind.
u.te that thle Clayton ring despair of
aerptta. icg t~beira po wer ill any og lior
Martial law in Arkansas, as en
oi cod by thle nmil itiai, means w-anton
iidi a trocio us inur deri oif pol it ical op..
oiicnits of a le Staite 3, Gver-nmient, and
hie umet tl treat that wvill ho dochr'iieu
ans w> ter-rified t he people of Pope
tunty, thait, they are ready to sub.
mit to the Shifl -whio has just niur
lere~d t wo) ininocent eitizens -and put
theiir lives in his hiands, rathier- than
myet the militia sent amiong them.
S'the only liawle.-siess proven against
hese pe ople is t hat, at ter- thle miiur
:1ors had beenci coinnnitt ed by the
heiriffs po.-se, and when on his allida
r'it that hi pat~y had been bush whack.
d and the per-sons ahot. by their own
friends, ten eit i-ens of D~ovcr werec
ninitnoaied to court, thecy Ca in escort'
di by an armei~d boidy of their frienuds
vho wore riot wi lung they should
riust, thlemaselvest in thte power of thle
neni who hia- 'at massacred their
aeighhors. It ts nt, pretenided that
bioy tried to inatimnidate the court,
mnd the judge says thecy acted
Sa neably and put away their
Limsh' whni nie asked0 themti tot
\f. er the couirt dischariged the men
inidcr ar-iest, they all returiied home,
7hbere they have reauined ever sine.
hlih eonlly airmued bodc~ica of' iiieni iin the
Itiun'y are- the militia, one comupany
if which the GJovernori adinits is still
niareb ing about the country, ini spite
at his nirders for them to disperee,
i to~ir, Atust 10.-Phia neces
ary steps haive beeii taakenu to conitest
hie elecnttoi of' Cald well as Governor
f the State, aind a circular in relation
e thle matter will be i-nued.
N av Yoanm, August 10.- Despatech.
s frin .MIaiie stay that very active can.
asinig is going (on on both sjdes
brouighuout t bat State. Senator D~oo.
,te is working very haud oni behalf
t the Greeley ticket. Uoy. Noycs,
f Ohio, lins arrived, and is address.
iig ihe Republican meeotings. Snia-1
or Wilson also is shortly expectedi
The steamer Bristol, which sailed
rom Ncw York last night, for Fall
Liver, with 600 p..ssenagers, was run
ito at Newport, this iiorniing, by at
ark, anad arfter starting for Fall I
Laer, the steamer comnmeced loak- It
'ig, anid she w-as run ashore. Thoe
teamner Canonious lis ,.one !
Nowbedford to tAke off the passengers,
who are all safe.
Efforts to compromise the Kilpatrick
Jenkins Jennings libel suit have
failed. The easel however, will not
go to trial till next term.
WAsHaIGTO., August 10.-Des
ratches say that sinceo the letter of
Gerrit 1amith, interceding for the im
prisoned Ru Klux, at Albany, sinilat.
recommendations have been received
from ifluential Republienne. The
report of Col. Whitely, chief of the
%coret service, who had been directed
by the President to investigate as to
the several cases, will be the basis of
the Presidentis action, who has al.
reatly intilialted his willingness to
:omnply with the suggestions made.
SA; FRANCISCo, August 10.-Fires
Nro raging in the pineries along Puget
iound, and are doing great dama
1Bsvos, Auigust 10.-Orer fifty of
tie heavicst shoo inanufaoturing cona
et Ins in Lynn have pledged themselves
:lot to emaploy any persons cont:olled
by the Crispin Associations after to
lay. The Crispinu, on their part,
have votcd to withdraw from the L,3 n1
Savings Bank ill money standing to
their credit, amounting, in the aggre
zate, to abour $1,50o,000, which som,
they claim, is Jiargely controlted by
the manufacturers in their retail and
>ther huiness traiisactions.
N F.V ORii.A1Ns, August 1.-Tho
Liberal Convention bus nominated a
full State ticket. It is now believed
the l'inchbackers will fase with the
Nr.w Yonc, August 10.-Cotton
)pened qutiet airid closed steady ; tip.
Wa Ids 211 ; Orl-ans 224' ; sales 1,093
bales. OUld 15J.
Cazn.t-:sroN, August 10.- Cotton
uiet-maiddling numnalnaly 20 t re.
-eipts 4~, bales ; salen 50 bales.
Liviatror,, Ang. 10.-hvening
Dotton opened rj'Anet and closed sten.
ly-t1plands 10 ; Oleans 10.}; sales
lin1il 110u11 incendiaries ligntn.
Ve learn,. ( ys the Savatinnah Ad.
vertiser, ot Faiday last,) that on
Wednesday nighit the <flicers of the
1cntral RI ..i oad Comrp..any sent a
ma n )lt) watch tle switch it the juno.
tion of the Charleston and Savannah
It kil Iond, the plnit where the accia
lent occurred ona .onday night. Tihe
watchman was armed wi:I a pistol.
Some time durinig the night he was
approiebed by fo-ur negroes, who
usa.lwded him, and taking hia pistol
raway rom him, ordered him to leave
and return to the city, which lie
made hate to do. It appeals, how
ver, that they committed no further
de-predati -ti- sitngular fact after
Urking the troulble they did. Wheth,
r they attempted to change the
'witch tagis n and failed, or whether
they coulu-led that it, was dangerous
to atremtapt an) thing of the kind ag in,
i- of eourm e unknown. Bat it is evi.
decnt that some desigi waIs conteman
11 ited by the itcentd ary part iCs, and
it is a great pity the whole party
o lot have been arre.ted. Wa
cannot see the motive for all this,
unes it. bee a wilful d etermnintion k on
the part ot the belacks to dlest roy l ife
and1( propet ay, wichi really seeints to
bee thea case, whena we a nke into considd
Crat1ion the tnmerouN at temapts by tan
known patrties to shoot personts while
sitting eta their piazzas and stoopsa.
l51.'5.% froz it ll0tillutry.
Thle popular responsec to sh!e-nomia
tntions at ililtimoure is cordial and
cheeritng fromi all patts of the cotna
ry. PTe saime spirit is amifeated ini
Cali fort ia and in Connecticut.. The
Soutth blazes with a unitedl and entha
siastic senatiment, In the rapid
mareb of this revolution, whieb is
sweeping away old prejudices, efaing
paiirty himes, aid faising personial tas
well as political antagonisms, there is
tno hal t. It goes on, gaining strength
dlay by day, atnd gathering the scattered
forces of atn Opposition, whiL~h hereto.
ftore had no rallying point or comont
centre. As soon as the Baltimore
Conven tion gave form to the opinion
which ha~d already mianifested itsef'
too strongly for resistance, the last
inspedient to harmnonize action was
removed- Wash. P'atriot.
Siarchi for Shirt BlOSON.
Tfake two onnes of flne, white
gumn-arabie powdher, put into a piteher,
nttad pour on a pinat of boiling water,
anid theta, having coveredl it, let it,
stand nil night ; in the morning
poua it earefully from dregs into a
clean l'ottle, cork it, and keep *it
ready for us~e. A tablespoonaful 'of
gumir-water stirred itto a pint of'
ttareb, made in tihe usual mtanner,
will give to lawn or muslin a look of
aownaess, when nothing else can re
4tore themn aifter they have been
ile TWO Yltinccs,
Some of onr exchanges conlinue to
itate that Zebulon B. Vianco has been
elected frotm the 8th Conagressional
ihst riot of North Carolina. T1his is
FL mli.take. It is Genetaral Robert II.
V antce, brother of Z. 13., atad oneo of'
heo truest and best men in that State.
TIhie Now Orleans Picayune says
,bat lon. Jefferson Davis verbally do
aies thant the C~onfederate Governmtaent
vas conneoted with any such plan if
neendiarismt as that sought to be faa
cned on the lIon. Jacob Thaompsoa.
A baby lately had the misfortune
o swallowy the contenats of' an ink bot
Ic. Its mother, with wotaderful p res
ne of naind, imtmediaately adaminis
ered a box of steel pens, and two
beets of foolatoap paper, and tbe
hild has felt wren id e-e swo