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A GLIRMAN Vir O 01111 INTERNAL
R1:vP E sY3'rl-H)W ' T E To
BACON16TS AIM. VICTiMIID-THE
LIT'ILE GAMIE OF THE INFORMlERS.
The petty iannoyances on the part
of the United States offilials toward
dealers inl tobacco are st ill inl progi ess
and almost daily we hear of one or
another heavily filed for doing what
cannot be firly coutstru'ed to have
been a violation of the spirit of the
law. Now it is an empty cigar box,
innocently given away by a dealer,
for which he is fin ed thirty or fort)
dol!ar.. Now it is one thing and
then another. The tobaccouists must
pay, atid tho United States cfficiails
pocket the greci.hacks. The greatest
oppression, however is in the constru
tion of the lkw regarding the sale of
chewing tobaoco. The law says kneh
tobacco must, be sold only *frou the
origiual box ; and the officials here
interpet this to ican that if any oine
takes a piece of tobacco out of the
box, sells half or iuarter of it, as is
com monly done, and then puts the
remainler back in the box, he is liable
to a fine. No onle, therefore, who
sells tobacco at all can escapo the.c
So when the Alli!crs stand in need of
mnoney they go to any tobacconi.,t, it.
naked no odlds who lie is, charge hin
with violation of the revenue laws;
and, the dealer niows he can have no
jiustice in the court, or, even if he
thotld, he would ttill have to pay
heavy fees to counsel, ho gi.nerally
rys at. once whatevei is asked of him.
The regular revenue oflicer here is of
the opinion that theso indus.rious oli
eials transoend their duties ; has said
this to us fretucitly, and declared
hirmr.self ready to protect the accued
in cout, as far as may lie ill his iw
r. But all this has done io giod.
Theiu evil still tontiine-, ; anid no dte..i
L ii toiacco is teciro from being
te I any day in the wveck.
T.Phiul, l r. .1 . 11. Thiele was dragg
d bfore Cunni issioner Porteoua a
few days ago, charged with having
tisIld chewing tobacco not taken from
tie original box. Ai Mr. Thiele
inew tho two detectives (one white
2.16d one lack) who bought the to.
h':. eco, atld a1. ie was inore over fami il
ar t th the law, Io of courso gave
Giim the tobacco direetly iroi tle
etx, ated has ti ree witnesases who saw
- .it do . When 1hn came before
,I. coi iissio,.o', :ind the t wo infor
.Inet mwore that .\r. Tiele hadl aold
tlkbacco nt, from the or-iginial box, a
di a o arioso bet'wen thte conn~ais
60o:.. in Nr.d TJaielet, soe -newhat as
Thiel.. Mlst 1 te:l t i.e tuth
1iPorttontb. Of cour--c. You hvei
orn i to tell the truth, til niothii
biut the tru ti.
Tieliue. Tolen I have to m.y that
fl~e two iniforuiers hia~e to d a lie.
Por tuuont. You lund~ tot nt'. suet
.itigtt~yte il eOjltt h., you ill go
'J Liele. I thuought I was to tell the
l'oriteou11 . 'iTentyo should say
tlsat y out dhii not aell the tobacco.
'lThiele. Very well. Now sunpoee
thiiat I shoiul d p refer not to st and buit,
whIiat wou LJ lt have to pai ?
I'orte ous, (ve ry a. iab le. ) I can
tell you ver'y easily, as I hatve ju.-t
Si vetn Mlr. IIha ton his billI of costs
upo at 11situ it ar charro'. I! is waa
$3.50). Yours ru ll beu $1 5(0 lesa; and
.t amt teady to receive the mnoney.
'l'hicie. Not <pute at( o fast. I couldI
have ecmproi-eii d fo.r tea dollars with
(1n0 of thesec inf'ormiers if I htad been
Inuformier. I shall sue you for
Tihiele. Yo may sute if you liko.
I have witnetsses whoi hieard you say
heibre my door to youtr fellow- infor
iner, ''Let us go iln again anti off'er
to d rop th mtoattter' for ten dotll a.''
Infotrmer. 1 deamand this man's
.P'orteous. if you wantt to bring
nilt for libel you n list go to the
State Court. lie nuot be atrrested
As Mr. TPhice was not willing to
compromise, he had to give bait for
hiis a ppea ktnee at tie -x xt term of thle
United States ('iurt. Now, shioutld he
gain his souit, whicho is by no means
cert a in, lhe wuhli h av to p ty not les,,
Ithan li ftv dollatrs in couns el fees ; andu~
it is for thtis reason thatt most, if not
I,4 pay~ att once, as soon as they are
accused. Thei tobaccoists should
ti mB anf aumoeiationt and collec ct funds,
si that, wheni any of' their nimmbers
.e accused, they may enugage the best
wvyersi and bring the matter regii
befoire a dJudge of comapetent
1 ltet itn, andl~ to Washinagton,t that
-sy perieeution may be at last
art ti an end. 'This cain tif Mr.
-c sle hould be thoinroughiily follIowedt
audh othier t oba.ccouistu, ouight to
hi in in defray3ing the expeuse'.
it, as it is for the initerest of alt'.
if it is found that Ctiese infiorm
etigage in fa'se swea ring the y
nhI t e,baiuled tip for perj iry, andi~
e. npi) be imado of them, so) that
.ailarl y incua t ed miay be mado
- o, t hit tn he inc sao' i-,k in
: ng idle cbarget aigainst pleacca
and law-abiding citizhens.
hi- 0 are three ti ngs a moan outch
ya to keep cheati; hiis ~t i. t.
Such is the caption of a Ppirited
artiolo ia the Philuadelphia Pres.,
published onl the ocoasion of the up.
,earance of Gov. Curtin's letter.
Yes, well mav Forney cry "Deom.
d !'' in the titiek ears of the Ring
RJL'pulbel-ils of P0u1nyl vania. Well
nuay be liken them to a sinking VesseI
a whih blows thick aid fat aro fall
ling, iantoing the ievitable mo
Saeit ) t' i dbresioi. The greatest of
hese blowr, utt- r!y overwhelminiig in
is %'gor and -nergy, is Curtin's deei
led -t tad ini fiavor of reforit. and
Buckal-iv- his bold, maily letter
plcing him squa rely on the id.e
whe o bib heart has been all the
W iav weli may the cry of
'Donet !'' aaund from corruption
idden P.-imoylvania. Radicuilism is
loomed inI th.t S atc. But it, Ulso
ounlds from the whole country. Thie
1vmin of itlpoitism, coriuptition anid
5ranny in thu kntion is seilod
irnti. ad ranitisin mut go down
twtore the fierce gale of pipular indig
,ation. Osoiber and November
eriorapn Otoler alone-will "ratifv
his doom." Then, ye spukeswea ana
han11gers on-at-cour t,
"-- Weve the warp and weave tle
The witndinag ahet off".-.
Ulvac'a, the magnificent failure.
Wednesday Morning, Oct. 2, 1872.
T. ROSS ROBEIRTSON, Editor.
iiy- Corresjawimiec solicited ft oml cvery
seotion of tie counti ry.
Our cotlitin aio open to nil for a free
lisussion if nity prinlciple. Iiheory 0ir idea,
ltit we are in no way respons4itilefr the views
or opinlionas of correspoidetis.
National iteform Ticket.
. For President.
HOR AN"E 'R EELEY.
BE'J IN GRATZ ROWN.
4th Congp'essionasl D1ic0,
lON. BENJAMIN F. PERRY.
W bat Judge Mackey Knows About
Ju-lee Mackey was in town Satur.
lay last, and while here we sought.
in out for thae purpaose of being en
ightenemd .as to viit i6 transpi ring
'behind the sectats," and of gaininag
1om111 information as to what is to be
,he destiny of South Carolina. We
mill now give oir realers the baneli
>f tle initerview, toget her ititth siac
'rl Iticimits and ril -etions n4 were) af.
evrwalds buggested in our own mind.
IHe had recently retutrne from
WitanCity, Where ht, ha.d been)
Ont aiH a cotat nil ttoo Of 61141 by the
Republieml State Colimmitteo to coma
plain bef1"i0O the great Tyeoi, U
jst, of the conaduc't of cerain U . S.
ofli-int, who have (alenaded the "Ito.;
utl.r.." bty thleir identiction tilh thea
"'1t.lters."'N Mij . Ma'rtill seems~ to,
hiavec beCn thie worstt offendelr, aind hai.
case wasi thei sublject of special nam
grkievou comph .'iian~ ikt. The Jud ige's
under.tadina, whetan hlaeft,\ Wa
ingtoni, wkas that N]errnil waould be
raequksted tO commnteaataateL to the' Wa:,
Deaparntmet La sati.fatory ex p~ a.
Li on of hit aco u se, akd in c k ase of 1.i
failure to dI, so, ai Court of Iuvestiga.
tiona would hei ordeted, at.d t ho rer
donhatabilo MI. j 'r phiced ota trial.
By theo by, it seems that Merril -'gait
iknto ai sCr'tiama' ina thae Carly plart
of' thea watr, ad not. comrintg out as
well as lhe went- in1, wkas ''bomb-hproof
et' in at Provoat Mar~.hza's office dutr..
tng the remainder of thec conflict.
Tlhais circumstatnce alccounts for hils
gallantry in hisi crusade agkainst the
Th'Ie Presidenat, aicordinag to Juudge
MI., will pardon nali thae K't Klux
prsnr at ter the P'residential c le.
t ion. Nowi, to us, it ocacurs thlat thec
Pre'sidenrt catn as well an'ard to be
magng~anitmocus b'eforo the electiona as
after. Itf he pa oposos to tharowv this
promise out ats a bait to catch South.
ern votes, lhe wouald stand a better
showing of scoiurintg themt by exercia.
ing hais elemnrcy nlow rather than lby
deferring bestoin tg so gracious a
boon. Wo are satislied that thais
cardi won't win. It's a littlo too t hin.
Thei Presaidenit las instruactedi the
A ttoaney Geoneral, so says the Judige,
to give tnat ive S3outherner-, the pt efer
ince in a~pphia kmenatsi whenii they coOJe
ra compe~attite. witha earpet liggers.
h'is is vaery niec ina Genm. Granlt, but
het maoa t'll is too' plain to dr.-ivo aoy.
ady iti fts part of the country. As
he kapottnents to Feadearal of!!ies
ire conlial~ to the Raidical party, wo
lona't, think it inateresta- our people
iiuclh to knaiw whether carpet buggers
>r stcallamw aigspge t, the m.
As reg;.rd, 8t ate piolit'ce, the Judge
CUoms qutite oo,.lait that Moses
vinlad o0 eleci~cd Goveruiur by over
i0,000, taajoaity. 1;e wa's itnc'ied to
u lieve, hkavver, that thi Counity,
iceat< wou~ld lbe conl ida.raly mfi ?d.
le thount.ao nhat the. mr.sj.e... fo
refurm through the Legislature were i
very unfavorable, inaamucih as the i
catdidateo put forward in the various i
Counties wore of such a character and I
standing ai to offer no guaranty that I
they would weet the question of re- I
form in the proper spirit, and legis I
late with a view to remedying the I
abuses that exist in our State govern. I
Ient. In this opinion we fully coin
%lide, not frow paity prejudice, but. I
from a olose review of the liet of i
Inuimiio. Concwerning the report <
hat b-. Judg: M., would be a candi. I
dLte lo the Legislature, he said that t
.;nIy i'mh r c,-rt ain coi.tingenciesi
woeuld he tfter himself fur the pozi
tiu. [1, aDI'lut ihe is.seu.blzi:g of the I
LegiW aattre, tle feienlds Of refor ii
wore fouid inl tho niis.ority, amnd ofr
not suflfi:iolnt f.ticegthI to effect. any. I
thing, he would use his influ.-rae to
liuve a vaca'.cy cicated, reign his
Judgeship, 0n endea vor to be elcetod
to the General A .suin.bly, in tl.e ho; e
of doing something fur the i use. 1
lie dies not contemlate pulling i ff
his judicial robes in this election.
The Judge gr catly pleas.'d uW in
giviog it as his opinion ilht Gov.
Perry would defeat Wallace for Con
grcss by an overwh eniing majority.
Ile says that Wallate is no doubt in
full sympathy with the "Holters," aid
that a great m11any RLpb1)bians will I
take no part in the Congressional eee.
tion. Those who do support him are
rather lukewram, and indilTrent as to
the result. (Upon this paint we sug
ge-t to our peopl that they must not
supopose0 that our candidate will have
an easy raoo. We do not think
that the apathy, t.lluded to by Judge
M., is at all wide spread, and WIllacee<
will undoubtidly get a strong vote
from his party, and will be elected
unless Gov. Perry gets the full white
Judge M. believes that a better
day is in store for South Carolina, and
that in a year er two more the chasm
between the white and black races
will be suceessfully bridged. he c:r
pot baggers, lie says, have been our
ruin, but lie fails to explain why lie
he has heretofore Support .d them.
Wo hope that his anticipations for the
future may be realized by all of us,
and that in addition, the monster
lHadicalism may be crulhed to the
Republican Mass Mectine.
The liepuliicaus of this County,
who are oposed to most of the noii
nations ma13de last Wednesday, 18:h
lit, had a masi un-eting ink the Court
U :use Tuesday, which wais presided
over by Mr. S. M. Smart. Consider- I
able dinisusion was had inl getting the
mewt ing read v for iLu,iies.s anld .1 Com1
miiit tee of eigh teein was a pointed to
suggest 1no1ina t ions. Thle repor1t oft
thlis c.'n':nittee laid oii the t..bh-, and
noinat~mfIions delalred in order. G. W.
1Ibarbe nd S 81.dmle leurdl were nowm
n- ied for e . Seri .t-, anid upon being
subiiitted to t he mnecting, the vote
stoo~d I2 foIsr I arheIr, iad 160 for
F'od. l .I.-l thi moved to n:aike the
ii n1:ur-.Ih i liuaimouis, whIitehi was car.
ii. ii. Th~ win.! were theni1t no1
1:a11 e, r eI re-entiiat ves : . M.
m.., G. Vi . K.ohr, an Alfred
Meere. Cenniir 8. B. Qlontney was
iiu~animiitsi,6 endiotse d for Ciei k off
Coor t. D). . . C(ureton wus usani
im1ouIely noin~ lated for Sheu iff. W.
end~Ors.d for Ju adge of Pr..bate.
F"ann1k Killingsworith reei ved thte
noin at 1ion f..r School C'omminissionier.
and)1 J. II. Cook~l, we're nonminated fos
Coiunsiy (ooir.insionseri. T1 se first
named recived ialimost a un):u1;isous
vote. Mr. Elliott's nsa ne, so far as
we know, was u-,ed without his k ronl.
ede u we trust he will 110 de,
elie. leIs very popular wvith a
large numsber of our colored citizens,
wh~o have shown t heir aprcaion of
most important ufflces in thle County.
Thoe meeting wais well conducted,4
and renmai kably orderly for a mass
assemiblage. It wats large, and to all!
appeatranoes represtati ye in chia rae
ter. Over three hiund red colored imen
were in the ineeting, besides somse
whites. The people arie left to choose
between the two tickets presented,
and will doubtless iiscramoh"~ both con
siderably. Our course will be devel
oped at a future day.
Go to the Polls.
The apparent lack of iinterest ta.
ken in the pending State and County
elections leads us to believe that
many of our white Citizens will re
frain from voting on the 16th Oc
tober next, and our design in the
present instance is to impress upon
all so disposed the importance of go
ing to the polis, and the great good
that tmight result from so doing. Our
candidate for Congress, the Honi. B.
F. Perry, needs only the full white
vote of this Canaressinl District to
naure hi6 eltiuL,,n, atnd it seews to
Js that this consideration alone
bould stimulate our people to give
itw the whole Conservative strength
)f tie County, which is about twelve
aundred votes. We appeal to you,
tlow..eitizeus, to rally to the sup.,
)ort of Gov. Perry. In him you will
1ave a ropesentativo who will refleet
iredit, not only upon the 4.h Distriet,
>ut upon- the whole State, and who
vill see to it that yod are not hunted
lown like felons by the mlinons of
6 despoti adndinistrati.on. If you
tay at home, A. S. W'illaeo will
iguin iepresenti )ou. You know wiht
. S. Wallsee is, and it is scarcely
iocessary that we give you our opin
on of Lim. Suffice it to say that. his
iangressiinad li euter has shown an
attor disr.-eprrd, on his part, of the
vef.re il tue tiat% re.ts of ti' I
vit. p -o..I: of ti - 4.11 (.ape iml:
i.- :et, .1 1 o a h1bi .(C ut we c lat.
hat it w hie auti C.tn vote 'o.- him,
vihcur w iking <brectly ainsth iiis
Fil r thermore, t'10 wlhite peojpl of
he DIistic are entaitled to a repr.e
outative in Coas of their .'i
thoosiIq, mnd if they remain away
roi tie Pl-, the, in siTeat d.p.;v..
lienselves of that to which they are
tmtitled by virtue of their preptnader.
ting numbers. Bear these things
n mind, fellow-eitizens, nd do nut
uppose that there is no use in exer
ising the riglt of suiYrag., simply
ecause there i. nii S:.mte o-ol C-nt
y ticket in the Lild lor w:.. Im .
Another reaiQn f-r ging to) the
olls is that thure ure two tickets put.
m>t by the Republicans of this Ccirun.
y, and a few good men on both,
bough a very fe-w. Take the two
aid solect the best., and inske up a
.icket of 30ur o0%un. Probably in this
way, good County oflieors may be sc
urd and thei will be our gain.
Permit us, once more, to urge upon
oou to go to the polls. Do your duty
is men, and hope for the beet.
non. B. r. Perry.
1'rom a Coll iinlicieation pub:ished
i this i:sue, signed by Col. Hicmil.
011, of the Skito Democratic E tecu
ive Committee, it will be soeen that
mr distinuuibed candidare for Con.
!reas will ad ies- the peoIle of Fait
Ield at Winnsboro on 12th 0.tober
,ext. We-arniestly hope that lie will
meet with a lecurty and cor.l iA wel
:ono at the a ids (if our pioiple., and i
hat a large crowd iiill be present to
,r, el him. Our patrons in the coun
ry are requxie-ted to exren1 thi s tio
cdc in their neighbol beods, in rler 1
hat the ma 1 a3 b"e indited to)
:ui'n out, ht.d heir tath acdd:re-se of uri
f cotitn it c~rE.
T1o the E'dif.r of the Ii ',unshor3o .Va's:
Yo nib pleaise ianountc to ttoe
tillow)in. lg ap pin ttme n ts for Hion. U.
F 'eryt sepeak i thi. part of the
-l'h Ciug rtaiinal Di s'tt:
Ymk lville, on alon tdav,'t 7thl 00to
Roci~k Il ill, On Tund~ay, 8:.h Oeto
Chseon Thucrd ay, 10:h, O) to
Winn-oroii S aturd..y, 12 Ih On
De n er .ti ot F.ii.1 i o. ..'. .e , :i
dt. ing ii-oed Liamlint,. , that i, Ibe
ga es . uch a r. cap ion :s b-s nown
initegriity, moiratl w rth, abhilitie ii .tnd
long i ubbe se hriOc entitle him, to.
& P. 11A l ILTON,
Of the Executive Cozimittee Demat.
Jan GflC 31een,n colrd ~ttlwit ian, w ho
has beeni for sonos timie cookiant f.r
air. Ji. M . Carter, of Sain'ui -, ICm i.n
Coiun ty, ai few ti eCk .,~i:.ee pitt a. senite
in the foid~ se wt prepf~atg foir the
ale. .\1. 'ariter untia C n:.s of tis
sild f~amily servoat, serv o .rOi, e..
miotned imtmeds.tul y aifeor dii.to , i n
he reminited tunt il the nlext, d.g.
Ow inog 10 his si iful trcu eant, t bey
all reecovered. .'lr. Carter ai~d hts
famnily haud the miot't imaplic-it coiti
lience in the woman. Th'ey little
tlthought she was capable of a-ueh r-.
vilu auction. Whiy she should have~
rweed ths, no one cain understand;
for she haud no~ <tflioulty with her om.
ployer or his faittily.
Jane Glenn thi been arrested, but
A species of uonatosr eel is found
>nl the west cqist of A frica which
aometimeos attaui the lenigtha of foa ya
eat. T1his eret nre is probaubly ih
>rigin of the at ries of sea so petsr
eeni in thase wa Fra.
Whe~sn P. T. marum (ffers to pit
ip $100,000 onl wager hbat Greeley I (
vill get, Conneet at, andt ti- Gran.,t '
0lks. laugh at th cufer, but, decli no o
o take it up, ont which side mut we 1]
uok, we woinder, or the hunabug. d
l'ennsylvanla and Iudiana.
The whole interest of the canvass
no w uoucentratin-( in the two great
3tatoe of PernIsy lvauia and Inidiana.
Both parties are pouring their best
3ampaign speakers there. The wbole
mnergiea of the two great political
trmnis are centuring in these two
rund battle giounds. The result i6
i life aid death matter to the Grant
party. De-feated there, the adminis
ruati tn in. dionoA.d. Succeszfil, it wili
auke a Gr.-eley victory more diffi.-ult tip
>bta.n. Titis coutscioun:ne.,i i, in,-pit
zig the Grant. party to the uist do
a ret-ined Lffor:s
T'rie ntugurits are magnifleent for
Dmioer.tiu -neess. lT , Ol.rious
om1e Iff tih 8th ,f O.-toter.
Ili i.diaona, Hfon-Irickt i, thus re
.ai ted t-) be c)ih ten, of election .
"Sen.tur Hods icks is full of waii-,
ai ti n att the uipr, c-deutd exhihi.
jonis of Itreng th dt e.' r'i-es s
n 46i -s'.d on ail a i.es, and i, free to
1iiulit li porte'.' Cofiideno inl thke
;u.i. [1 i c,- ii.euiony friom near
.11 the c)n i8 iii the Sate, lie
ti - 14S.'.nrec thalt no hiig but t le
11ost Pf 4. -O n fa14d, e ill eidanigel
h~ :u e-s of' tihe coalition ticket."
Fe n- y',. Pr.-s, of I hib!adaphi.3, a
al. p.p r, uwns, that Biekalew.,
he le aa.eat, will be elected.
A ..g. ber tihe Dvnoeratio ot look
.. Uweril Icy
JUtdge 3lackey to Lign.
A gent lemen who was at Ch! stat a
%-W datis ago, informls uis 11h;t J Idyz
I'bos. J. Mackey eXpo sseid to hi4 a
'ut post to re.ig t t- ! j0 lp 1 '-ip .f t, is
nircuit, to whil. le was elect1ed a. .
a1t se-+ion (if thie Legi-l I! Th1 e
rr avon % h i,.h indn Jltu4e NI ,0"k3
tl I hII ,cou :-t nlth- i. . I-a Il- - h.
1.,i l- uve ' j.l v..I li 1.. ,... w;
!. , r b11 ~ l s .. A. ! Le ,
Itu a lI I ( .I t ; C.4. 5 \V I i I
J, &1J 'g.. j.r..pi .,. 1., '1 i- a. ;.i.
( niter I.as e.leciinI to the' L,'.t-a
3r., we are not, itfurinud.-Chester
Marion Awake. .
The cieiva-s has. been oponed with
rem.:rkable lift aid ispirit in l14rion
L'ounitty. The IJ--mnoratic candtida.tes
Iiae gine to work in earinest, and ;Ile
folowing up their opponients w.th
vigor and suieOes. Coloniel Mullins
Auld his coa3jtLOrs on the county tick
at. are old (aillpaigners and very po
pu'ar. with Ullelasses, and we expet
that 1LIrion will give an account of
ierself inl October that even tho
-tatitich Democracy of the mountain
Jo unties will fnd it hard to beat.
Blootly hduttlays in New York.
'Six :ays will I labor, and on the
evo (if the seventh get drunk ud
butcher any mian against whotu I have
L dishlke," -oeems to be the wolIy re.
olve of tlie ave age New Yoik rough.
lio regular eciord of muisdeed. wa,
more ded with blood than usual Last
iluniday. l~ln Cut and slot ViciLtusly
for imagin1ary or riflmig oflt nees, atnid
11i tine tI tun1ec al 01-1 Vendetta, out
af hi b h.% groin ifom tile to tinle
113: y0 ai e. C lffinays, occaioened
A.n.1 he r fc,7liJous a. aunit by t wI)
meVIII-r of thl- swaip gang inl tle
13o31ih aa. 3 u.m.I ore ot the rival
A IBewitching C'ostumei.
A\ beaic33 fo l . dr 1 is made of richi
broeaded~zi s.lk , whlitei pound. wi'hb
bro'i.13lh b'0 .a t iii sui i pi::. l3e t ween1
theI 8(3 1iC:e. 'ro houquet1,1 of* pin3k rore.,
zzait in low withI ishou r- sleeve3. ot Ithe
s..ie. Os1 i di es of w.e fig.nuro
headed~zi" wi blue0 ria bon. ThIe Co,.
3ag ha31 'c's a eth lid point33 0.
na3.en3t , p. a ~lL and13 ~ pink roses8 inl toe
Siergeanst Bltes again.
TI.i,- i 3. 14.1 aboigu' whomi iqo
31in g. wa., wrlitie-t ai-d siltd j .' aift.
1: 0 v :03, :33 .connei tions with lox peK.~
tr la.33m 3 .o ny3i h the s'. .thi be'ariog
,he. A n.i rca ('133 ,'t , lrs j 'st eel it.
11.h .h Ii l;ghll.d, a3n3 [ .'..i., gent.-.
133. 33.' .i'et i3. oine thou..and11( doh1,11.'
0g. li-t 111nI huildred that. h -3 en331o,,
car331 an Americaz. n1og I'i1rolh l.. -
ldwitijout n'oles~ia-in tilr3 m.3lt.
The .)ayorally of Nrw York.
Thel. N.' .w X it 1,
3ame of A. T. iWz I ~~t
Llbaint p 33iee,33f ai. t.*
bi .c h . ele P i 9 l i i
he ii n- ien. . i 3. ul
liiI'.3it~iiii' t. w.-l a ba tn...r
Vt who. had( 33o sh3oi . r' rock, upon03
3iS lett when lie arrivedi. "Wh.I. ro
reC your shoes an'S3td Mimtu1 ods(9(
nin ?" aiked on~e of the oflic1als.
'gave themii to lt)y ilawyer to defend
ine, 3and3 you see whlat a dI-dI old ti-oh
we"was the. z'nournlul replI
Lert the ('olored Voters Bead This.
At the commnencoent of the war,
le. Grant used thle following lan
ungeo "I attm a Demtocrat ; I have
Ot gone into th'i8 fight to free n)igge r.;
nd .ii I thonghlt such would be the:
esult, I woulId strip off my uniform
13(d go home."
'L. Ones Carpenter, Esq., of the,
'olumnbia Union, has been appointed
ne of the corporators for this Sta te
f the Centenntial [riternattional Exhi.
it ion to be hol1d in the oity of l'ila-j
elnhia inl the vear 186 aj
PARIS, September 28.-The Inter
national peace Congress has been in
session at Lagana, Switzerland,. this
week and adjourned to-day. Le
Franoias publishes a letter from Gen).
Ouribaldi to the President of the
Congress, in whiob Thiers and hit
policy toward Italy are denounced
in tenrms of great severity. The
Chamubers of Commerce of Bordeaux,
N.,ttes and other cities insist od
being contilted in any revision of the
Uount Von Arnim, the German
Amubassador, will oun go to Germany
tg.iu, on leave of absence.
Gumbetta, In his speech at Grenn.
bile, .everely orioised the cond et of
T1hiers it proihibiting ptublio celetr:..
tions of the auaiveraor3 of the filrt
'I he Corlists, after demanding the
surrender of Su:g Urtia, witt d]i ew.
ROM.:, S. pttsoliiember 28 -- N .goi..
tion., teweeu Rt isi-L anold the lily
See ;r progrssig f.tvorably, 'lie
et-iAblishIUent of a mini ture at St.
Petermour... is udec.ided.
ION DUX, Sept lenur 28.*-The G',iv
erntie:,t. auto;ritties have dettiined
the .te0eus;ip wih.C wasi to ha.e
aunied to dt.), with a nuu:er of 4:ni
gra.nt - for Catiadal, heuttuso it 1.6 now
too -t e ill the seatoO.
NEW YoRK, September 26.--L-t.
tvriom11 MNI-'tiq~ue repoort L114e los.,
tof twelve ves-ei., and thie lives L
e 9 h l(. ta.t ; tot St. 1iti.,t ou 1ho
1iii h; (Ie ti ig 11 ewav, or New
Y : k, nish a cargia II iu'r, a)t lnO
I. ;" S i',.t . e ur i t ch d ,.t oi-d
H ellients '%tle t h 0isWsa .0o'. :'
seht uer was ca: rielA to ... 01,ai
u. i iin b .i k f..ueeed to thu %in t.
ward of the 1iltnd.
The liu, ricatne -it Bari adoes great'y
injured crops, and rove itsuure th.
brig J. Boyce, of Now Brun-swisi,
Uulge an Kelly, ot Hialisax,
and two sloops. No lives lot.
CHICAGo, 8spteiub tir 26.- The 1Rev.
Peter Cat iigni, the pioneer 3Il:teu
(tot preiacher, is dead. LiU was eighty.
ievel 30.18 of age.
N '.w Yong, September 26.-Stan.
ley write. a 1cter to the leiald, do
elai ing us false the stories relative to
him by Noe.
Fortester withdraws petition for
writ of habeas corpus, and consients to
go b.Lek to tie lhinois peniiteltih,riy.
CLi.V1LLAND, St-pteiber (2.-- 'Th
Noithen uOnio Luutie As,Iut is
burued. The luba les ate said to b;
s.avd . Thro attendaonts were buritd
aod it is feared t hat ot hers are in the
debt is. Loss $350,o00.
DETRour, Septenber 28.-The
straight.-outs havo nominated a fulI
ticket fur Stale officers.
SAN FatAci co, September 27 -
The Fair tii.il h.,s been cs neluded.
An imimtei.e crowd u.mll ied to her.11
tie closing argumieut. The jury is
ASII'NGTON, September 28.
Grant is here.
L ANCASTEn, PA., Sept ember 28 -
Witai.~ n auidre-ssed a large meetLiny
lie said he was glad to aspeak her,
bieca use it was tbe house ol ThIsad.
Stevents. lie aaid this fight is~ ntt
bo ete it Grdnt iund Greeley', but it is
atn issue of principles. O. onte handtri
the pat ty oit Iliberty--the great l10'
pubbieau patny ; on t he other, the
l)uulstera ta-a party who:-e records
are i co tbi-sek to gaz-4 tipoui.
('jiic.wo, S. picember 28.--450
.striki..g e.tt peliters ptru aded to-do .
. iuv3 frost, is repor-ted ini the
Sr.LoreSepeurer28 -. Fift,-.
Nwo n f andb .vepst :nt to
i.ee the it ttheir. A g ratal con~tiier ence
wi:e hld at B iyy Depost, yeed5,
bs. thet Irprsenlt,.tiv. si t .hlte V v.risu.,
:sand L u IBari , atnded -hi. ie
I. -s, wht re t'i-y have bee licelute.
-ratted f *r the past yeatr. i hie 0l1jest
of this cotesenLtce wa,1 to hav ie a lull
sit erebang~e oif , jens ab~tosut. t h preso.nIt
-- P.. io Viu-*iiiit.--..t to art a g'o tin
am- 6i -eli oca tst.
' s-s. A. Se tt, to-dy, .oing I-ed
e i -lai~ t is r tranisposrsintg ..gjjpIi,..
Iis- i iuti, to he n--.--i in mu ir itjy
-- "maI ni .I 11 rtt.- . w~e
ist . e ,e f t~ . 1 ,. n .
I. :.~ x-,is. 2 s il ro d.
ero. Tho pl tdou w it* b r..'sght
ft 'n It i rishtitrg by Cohtu, 1 Lies
p'1iat si eret aiy of thle G sve~rior,
andi hitichiel 84tope. A natitiher oif
Itlend-s of th . pri rner.s were at the
p)~ietti try whent 'he pardon at rived.
' the piarduon there is a cordit ioni,
which :--ttes thtt if there is any
intiltey pa id for soervioea it connleef luln
wtith theo receiving of pardons, thent
they are null and void. These condli
dins were accepted by the prisoners.
Since his relesase, Yerkes made an
alfidavit,, denying the charges nmade
sgelnst him by Gen, Ilart-rtft, arid
the anlthelnticity of theo papers wthis h
have been issued as evidence eaaist I
him, and alle ed to have been sti tted
by Yerkes. lIe adds, that it is b ae
forgery. The release of the prisoners
eteated great excitement in tihe eity.
WATIINOlTON, S. ptemnber 28,---The
Attortney General decides that a per
sin sending monecy by post ofliceor
ders cant recall them after te
have start. the.
Anuong thbe Pre-idential appoint.
meuts to-day are Mi. A. P. Wiley,
post mistreus, Huntsville, Texas ; Den.
nis Bagan, Receiver of publio moneys,
Tallshaseo, Florida ; P. A. Mon,
Receivor of Publio Moneys, East
Florida Land District; E. B. Rawson,
Marshal Southern Distriot of Florida
PNitVI:NCE, R. I., Sipteinber 28.
-Tno Riverlett Woolen Mill, in
N.o th Uxbridge, was burned to-day ;
Nh.:w Yonn, Septetuber 28.-The
week's deaths are 503-a deci ease of
S'T Louis, Sept ember 28 --The
Clhiukasawr ludian Legislature hits
pas:-ed a bil nimortabzitig Conigress
to a.llt thei. laudei in overully, a d
a i,.g~ vn tbe Chocn4traws to jvin e-un
in th1ir1 s equt. This i regarded as
!n Itirvarced tep towards openi-ig the
indianj Territury to wbite settlenrueits
Bos-ro, SeptemIber 28 -Tho sut.
peiri -i ot Spencer, Villa & Co., well.
ii 11.trvin bankers, i- reporrtt.d.
N s:w Y oIit, Septernber 28.- Cotton
topjenied aind ched stoeAdy-upl.nds
181 ; Orleans 194 ; sales 2,230 bales.
iu.kRI:sTN, Sept. 28. - Cotton
fi m--intudling 17J ; tosceipta 2,668
b.ales ; zsalez 500 L.ale.,.
Lav.;it0i.. Se pt. 28. -- 1ieting -
Cottoun opened cutiot anid stendy
..id Cl evd firn-uplaidS 9.1; OC
iLeais 9}: -ales 14 Ut111 hIm b.
SASH and BLINDS,
OU!.MING. Bihches Stir -ix tiurei.
B1hi''ier VIrnirri'ing i1liar-1 are. 13irai"
I ip, Filmr Til.rs, Wvire G1ard-. Tra Ct.
'aWare, .\l ble 11nd %4ialve .%iutle Piveces.
Window Glass a Specialty.
Circulrsir anitr Priee. IUstts sent It (- on
applicationi, l'y P. P. TO \ L,
20 liye and :;3 Pinekm-y si.,
oct 1 Cha lesi,,ni. A. 0.
W INTER GOODS,
J. 0. BOAG'S.
For a fill and complete stock r.f
Dr.. Gilo., Doumestcs, &C., Call on J.
N'tions niil Fancy Gords in great
v.. iety .t J, 0. BOAG'Su on the cor
Ni.linerv. llintp, Botnnefs, Rib~bon.,,
F-ower', &ce., iro-t nrove~lties of tho
season, ati J. 0. BO A( G s.
For- Ikt-, Shoes,- Unti , Caps, Cloth.
ng, TI:nnii. , lFiis, SnirwhI , Ula okets,
&c., call o:. J. 0. BOJAG.
Full ste --~~c.f (Gr'riori, Crockerv,
T a. d W\ ---' w.ar e, alIw3Js on hand
at J1. 0. UOAG.
1'r its , Cornf-'vtionaziries, Carnnead
God- dric. 5, T'obacco anud Se.g:ue a
chre a the obenupest, by J[ 0.
1)OAG. oct 1
& 1 u
Thea, brauess will bt contiinrned by Ulyrso
sne.-ial l'art'ner--who is liable for Throo
U. 0. DIRSPOR T E.
J. A . I)lO P lT88,
R 8. DE1'SOliTE8.
ESTABLISH ED 1859.
JNWEfW G-00D as.
h - b,..lO,cksi. i qal~ g irle, lrin Je.1iwelry,
an ih r; s 14i kartaxs Ii t; Plinirr tram
hurnt-y ti..i lainA. 18 hiort fino, anid
* r loki g O n.ad.
" .n zak pt no in (shrow g myalse
I 1.ark 'i for past5 fravors, I respecifuilly
scei ai coUnI~Uiince or tihe sane.
$ecnd door froiinz Col, Uaon'r Uhlico.
'Gone to a Jclter lhJle AIMc.'
E 1have rernovedl front Cornter No. 1,
lo th . tr nxt doior to Messnrs.
Elliott & Co., anid are now op.enring a choico
114 TS. O.A I'S,
BOOT7S and SIlOEJS,
COA'FEJi'TIONA IiT and
which we will offer vetry low for CA SI;
and guaranteru every article we sell Lo be
U. 0. DESP'ORTES & CO.
A wls, Bristles,
II0E L.A8TS, oot. Ttrees, CrImping
ki Bonirds, Awl llandcles,, Rasps. 8hoe
Threnrd, Tacks, &e., jut received by
feb 20 No1T yJwer~ & .