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T1,1ic Octoer State Elcotionis -The Great
Excitellicut ill Penn isylvaili.
On Tuesday, the 8th day of Octo
ter, .will cono off the all-important
and all-absorbing State elections in
'ennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and No.
braska. In each of these States the
administration and the opposition
parties are working like beavorp, and
over all of them rousing mass meet.
ings and stump 'speo'lhies and torch
light processions in every city, town
and hamlet, are the order of the day
oi both sides., from day to d-ty and
from night to night. The support
era of Greeley and Brown, fully ap..
preciating the necessity on -their part
of a cheek in these Octolber elections
to thu boastings of the republican
party, are bringing all khocir-f orcos,
all their strength und all thett'iava
and means to boar upon Pennsylvania,
Ohio and Indiana. If, in the cauise
of Greeley and Brown, aniiy two of
those States are carried in Octo
hler, it is contended that they will
creato suchi a general reaction as to
render the 'success of the opposition
totlition morally certain in the Pre
aideltial-election. Indeed the devo
ted friends of Mr. Greeley hold that
if they carry Pcnnsylvania in Oo tober
and show any proinilog gains in
01oi and Indina u, they may still, by
ia vigorons promicution of the war'
give "Old lorac" the victory in No
For these October elections the
odds are evidently in favor of the
administration party in Ohio ; but
there is an openiig for an1 opposition
success in both Indiana and I'ennsyl
vania. In each of theso State's th'
loading straiight-out or JIourheni
democrats, whi lo protestilg againzst.
(1reeloy and Brown, have rindicnted
their purpose to support the demo
eratic and liberal repuiblican State
ticket for October ; or, to state their
positiin precisely, the democratiec
)llrboni of Indiana will support,
]IeOldricks, 13nd in Pel' ensv vani ia tley'
will vote for linokalew, the oppl4od
tion coalition canidid-ite for G overni.
or ; and1 as it was in Northi-('arolin1,,
80 ill both them, cases, the i residel,
tial test vill be tipon the Guovernor.
It there are live thouhald, or overn two
tiousand G reeley repulicanis in
Iudiana, assuilinirg that. all the demo
crats will vote lr 011dricks, then,
e(1eoring to the test, vote for G(overn
or of 18(;8, fiendricks will bo elect
-d. h'lie Indiana 'residential test
vote of IS0 was upon the Governor,
and it was as follows
Jepublivan vote, 171.576
Iltemocratio vole, 1?0,(;14
Repuiblican majority, - 962
But tho Imoral elfect of this Octo
lher victory was to give Gen. Grant in
the November national election a ma
jority of iearly tell thousand. Look
inig, however, at her October vote of
1868 as5 a fair exhibit of the relative
strengthi of the two parties, there is
no0w an opeing for the opposition at..
lhanco011 in udiana upon llndricks,
wihoso popuilarity is universally ad
'llut in Pennsylvania, from the dis.
cords among t ho republicans oni their
Stato t icke-t, froni the moral effect of
the exaumple of proinlent republican
leaders there who have gone over to
Olieeley anid Blrown, arid from tile
Popularitly of liuekalow, the opposi
tion eoalIition candid ate for Glovernor,
they ,have h igh hopes of a gre at anid
deCisive victory in October. It may
b)e further said that tthe outside State
tickets of the labor reformers and1( thre
prohibit ionlists are ech enllcula ted to
weaiken II artranfii t and1( to st rengthiou
.lluckalew, so that AMr. (Greeley has
somo) grouinds for his hopeful estimnato
of l'einnsylvania in October. Upon a
full popuilar v'ote, irnhidinig the nIow
black clement, air. linekallew will
have,say twenity Ithousaiid republican
maijority3 to overcomio ; but if tho
liber-al or aniti-Griatt repulblicanis
evenu give himri eleveni thousand, an3
a~tddition to t ho full de mocratie vote,
t hey can p robabily ca rry him in n ; and
surely thle (Greeley repu~bl icanrs ought
to be abl to lunnster eleven thiousand
mien from11 the0 three hund red and( lilt y
thousand republlicanI vot ers of the
great Slate <fC l'ennlsylvania. At all
events, as in 1856 and 18(68, the Oe
tober- resul ts in the State elections
of Pennsylvania, will settle the ques
tion of' the President ill electi'on of
Novemiber. I fence this greait, excite
men in l'ei.n-.ylvania.--New York
SlhkinIg liandis with Iich Spirit or the
The Indlianu guiests paid a visit to
tfle tomib of W ashiington, at M ount
Senon, Aonday., and~ seemIed del ighit
oel to escpe for a Iim f10 roml the hiea*
anild dust ofl the( Capital. On their
way dlown the river they were told
I hat t hey wecre poing to visit lie
tomb pf the lii st. Great Fathier. OIn
thei r ai alzi at the tomnb each Inrdian13
waihted up to the3 iron door, anid pass.
!ng his night hard thr ough the giat
luing h4k it, as if sh ak ig thei ha nd of
a1 trind . W hen asked by the inter
prete whIiat the'y weie do(ing, the'i r
reply was :' "W c are slik ing tinid
wIh thie spirit of the G re.at Fatther."'
"'Ih()li Nost iene0ih ol y blow to
(Grat's prospects is giveni by is suh.
ordinnte on the tickect ; for Senator
Wilson concedes Indiana to the Ltb~.
orals, and te Senator has iio reputa
tioni ((11al to that wthich ho -ajoys as
a political prolet.
A Fearful Attack-Attempt to fiurdcr.
On Tuesday night, or rather Wed
nesday morning, atiout 3 o'clock, just
as Mr. Wm. Ficken, tho watchman
at the depot, was going to firo up the
passenger engine, Ie was fiercely as
saulted by three or four nien, one of
whom with a tremendous blov fiom
some iron instrument, struck him on
tle top of his head an(] knocked him
down. The party'then fell upon flin
with knives, cut his right eye nearly
out, :nado several incisions in both
his arms, and cut one of' his fingera.
As he was struck lie cried out, "iur
der I murder !" and his cries being
heard by a colored woman living on
tle hill above the depot, she cried for
Col. lilodgett, the conductor, who
rushed to the depot, but the assisios
had fled. Mr. FicIken was carried
home and Dr. S. liaruch summoned
to attend hin. Ie now lics in an
exceedingly precarious situtation, and
it is very doubtful whether lie recov
ers. M r. Ficken does not reeagn.z -
any of the parties. ''i t sssins did
not succo3d in obtaining any p1un de'r,
us Nir. Ficken fortunately gave the
alarm in time. H1is faithful dog has
not, been seen since, and it is thought
he was killed.- Camdae Journal.
Wednesday Morning, Oct. 9, 1872.
T. ROSS 110 BE1'I'ON, Iditor.
A2 f" CorrespoiqIindece solicited Il ot11 every
section of thie euuntry.
Our colitmni are open lo ill for a frev
disenssion ol' any pricip. 14 eiiiory icr Hea,
but we are in no w ay resynnible ur I tlie views
or opinions or corresponlents
For i resi'lent.
Jeor Vice. PresbIc ut.
JENJAM IN (R.ATZ IIHO W N.
'Itk Coigre'ssIonn)I3 Disticlet,
HON. BENJAMlN F. PEI1Y,
(o -ro Tu l'oi...; o4 kI.c-tro,
lhY, AND CAST YoIt YOUR ..AO T Oni
-r11-: ii0s. Iio mu F. PII niny, o .in:
InAL, DEMO1CnRATIC CANDIn.\TE FRn
CoNmimPSS lo-lTm l 4Til CONmillse
-"'NA* . *>T4'lev
Address by Ix-Governor Perry.
iBUar in minid that the Hin. Bi'njei.
min F. 'erry wil ilddiress tlhe cit izen,
of FAirliell at Wiinusburo on Fri
flay I1 11. i- soo:Ial of S aturday Ith
tttoler its previously announc illed.
Give hi m a heat ty welcome, and ra ll
around the noble old patriot.
Will Pot Work.
The Radical papers are in a flutter,
says the Charleston News, over a it
mor that the Democracy iitend to
spring a straight-out ticket uiion the
people a few days before the St.te
election, with t he expjiectatio..n of' run
ning it in between thieN M.ses and
Toinlinson wings of' the Rtadical par
What we think of so wild a pr<.ject
is abiendy well known. It could not
succeed, andit would, mnoreover', give
the Ii aidicals1 sonme reason for bieliev
ing, wihat they always assert, that the
a2onservat ives of South Ca( rol ina dci
not keep faith or abide b'y thiri
plediges. TPhe answer w~'illibe nude,
of course, that the Comnservamtives have
not Found t hemiselvyes to re ia in froni
neliininatinmg a third ticket. They
have- not don (I 'Si in ('on 'n/ ien ; i lit
all over the Staite the lundetr-,tanidin,
has1 been that the lRepnubl.ians, for
thmis once, i-ol e a11 hCnllowed ";oi fighlt
it Alut" withlou t I ite fe rence on thle
part ofi thle (Consci viative-i. N or could
therec be found a imore ffietive way of
Scecuring the elect ion of thle whole
Moses tick-et than by niominatinig a
third set of candidates. The two
wings of the Rtadical palrt~y wouild in
stantly reunite, arnd against the soelid
liepumblican vote th., C'ohnservatives
wouldi~ iiake a nmiseraaiblo show . lie.
sides this, the responsiiity~ of' heal.
lng the schism, and of its f'ailure toi
work a nv practi cal be'ne (fit, weould in.
stuntly be laid at the dior of' the
Conaervative citizen'ts of the '-tate.
The Two State Tickets,.
Tfhc de velopmnets t he Iicm prsent
cam01pa ign1 hav pro~ilived citearl-Iy to uis,
and we thIink to the gr-eamt l k of
white voter-s of this State, that nith
er oft the sets of norninees, placa l be
fore thme peopile by the liep1ublicains,
for- State oflces, ar-c worthy oif the
suplpol t of honiest tmen, 1(or can ex..
peet any thing from thle I )e mocratie-.
Conise rvat ivo' parity of thIiis commn:on
wealth. We drmaw our concl usions
from the faict. that both Messrs. Mboses
and Toml Iinsonm hiave becen sutccessfulI
ini their C forts to pr'ovo each ot her'
rogues and knavn , amnd thle onily pos.
sible dlifferenice betweeni them is as to
lie degree of their crimiinality-.
That beth hav~e been guilty of fla
grian t malcasance and( frautdulient
deal ingls, noe hiavn't a. (donb t, anld 1no
be tter witnteses are needed to estab
lishm this than the p~artie~s themnselves
and their adtvocates. Viewinig their
candiidac from ths at... oirt, .
draw back in disgust, and indignantly -4
decline countenancing such ilk. We
cannot lend our voice or vote in foist
ing upon the State In whom we con
scientiously believe to be inimical to o
its best interests. One of the two S
will doubtle-s be elected, but we will b
have the proud satisfaction of know
ing that no took no ,'art iu such an
To form a correct idea of the infa I
mics cloaked uaider at protected by 9
lladicalism in the Sjuth, it is not lie
cessary to look beyond South Caroli. h
na, but while we know and realize p
their extent in Illis State, we iust a
not lose sight of their ex ;stence in
our siter 'S.thernttes, for they
too have sulered, with ono or, two ex- r
e t ptions, apfiliily wii th u. They (on u
lhaive experieced the lIorrors of Rztaii. t
cal reconstru- i in, aild have been the
ohj -cts of ltad ical malignity and h
hate. Particularly hai this beeu the i
case with Arkinns. Vith a large U
white unjrity, slI has been feasted 1
upon by Radical vampires and vi-ul
ttir, and she has cbn to thievilg 11
carpet-b;aggers "a land11l fl-wing with t
milk and honey."' 'lhe talo of her
misfortune amid grieivances was told p)
in Niinple languago by the "Sago of'
Chappaa(li," lin a sijocch recently do
livered by hi:m at Corry, Pensylva-,
n1 i a. B ut simaple as the hll ilosophiei'ti
language tay have been, it franm-d r
ol.C of tihe seve re t an.1 tot powerful
indictments agains. t tle Grant dynas- I
ty that has. ever yet been utteril- t
It revealed to the hurdy sons of* the 1
Keystone Stato a colditiou of things t
in tile South ltat they could seacoly
Conceive of, 111141 finnished them with
a iistory of crimes and infatiiis, the h
wok of RIadili.-m, that they had I
nevcr before dreanied of.
Tus spako ' 'honest old Horace":
''In the year l ItMG the St ate (if Ar
kansas, ainong other St ates, was re
constructed in.der oi I '-puiblicanI t
legi lation. They reconst rictel a
very largo portion of lier peIoile~ 1
probably one hialf of the white people
being disfrachli:-ed and not allowe(l
(o vote. ThIe hhiaeks, 111 thoso theiy
Ca Il ''scalawig.''-thiat is, pool whites
--wbum they iegardeil I[ it) acooilt,
voil, wd hile tlie propelity-hollitg(
whites were disfranciied and 1 allow
ed [to voice inl thle adinlistrationl of
their Govevrnment. .8j then Powvellf
tilavton, Il A Iiansas m:an, who cilm
inl there wili a regitient of'uir sole
diers, or else followitig in their wake,
and one of the lea if's o the carpet.
bag %rwd iwas clected G( tovern0'or of
tle State. The Constitiutioni tlenti
preszcribed that all whom C.migreoss
d1i frtanchise. Ishi houlI le deni,:d tle
right to vite. Well, Congres- pro
ceciled very propeily, thouih tardily,
to take oil' this disfranchls'.nent, s)
that nii nety-tjve or tinety-nine- er- i
taitnly' niniety-ILve-out ot every 10 oi)
of those whlo had bieeni di-f'ratechi.-d e
14s RebelsI, were reenifraniichise'd by I
Congress. lut the car'iet baggers ti
said , "No, (Congr-ess. his notiinig to dio a
w 'it h it. Our St ate Conist i int lonl, 0
wh'ich we framed itn 1868, dh.i'anlchis. si
edi these men, whomi ( 'ongre.s had g
in n (I isfrantchiis' d. Now Congr'ess hi
takes oi' the bani, andi we (do tnot.
Weaiare going to keep t hem tizht.'' f,
Thel y a ppoinut (Go v. ('layt on ; lie~ a p- si
points ai Ward of Hegistruat ion for ai
ever'y county, alu f'rtii tihe deQciiions ii
of thai-t Boar itlhere is no appeal, andl g
they pt in thie regzis try jnst whoever ii
they pilease. I inet. 30 r -10 eitizetis n~
if A iansast at Louisville, two or nI
thr iee da iys agi.o, andi they tolId mie thait t<
overci 20,0001 ol thle pr oper ty-h1111d ers
and4 land-llilhhles (f that State were t
now d i'franil chied-k ept oil'the regis- il"
try , niot (tat thle hiaws regnoire so
niny, but when thie laws did nt, thle
re:-intrars (did ; they.) hail the power
an11diey' would put on sneh as thecy
choose and no0 mlore, and1( whlen they ,
totitil thley were nt. going to get a i
ninarity withiout strikinig off', they I
wol strike ofIf io as to hav'e (the vot ei
ke pt tight -thaott is the Gove n. s
ineit tu ider which thle people to-day
are' hiving. h t
"Laet ile tell ho toper'ates. In
thie year' 187(1, they had their sreond
elect i4ot inelr (lie St .4 teO~il Goveri t,
not fo.r (iovernuor but, for' the lAegi'ta- ~
iire ai~d ('onlil'rc . Powell (ls) (on>t,
tovernorhu, of the State ::nul c. titroiller
ter of registra'*r4 all oveir the Stnte,
was a c'andinte for ' tited States
1e ator. It wias a safe tinig to bet
thIiat Ihe woul be elected U iie r that I
sy.-tem--lir-.t tuinig all the r'egis
iniaiy voters' is11 thiey S iw fii. Suplpose
you have a titlte to lie on (lie rig istry,
they wi' I not tnt y'ou ot', and youi call
11o1 get oni andi thes'ie is ito r'emedy lfor
it. fThere is :tuothieri hitch he'otnd
that. PowelIl ('lytiin and14 his sulhor
ditets iare thle Strate Boiard of (han
vassers, with aibsoluite powe'r to re.
eet whiatever votes thiey[ see lit, and p1
biring out suchl a result as t hey eboose.-I
So thlen it alppeared , whent tie Legis
litunre was chosen, t hit it was largely b~
li' publIicenn, yeCt 3|ru. Cla:y ton hiadl not b
got ciot) urol of' it enotugh to elect him f,
for the Senate. lI I has to throw ont
votes. As President of the Hoard of e
(Jan vassers he discards thlosn votes o
that ho pleases, so as to bring in the b,
canidil ~ ate that lie please. ["or in- h
stance, in one c.unit lhere was an lI
ant i-Clatonu ticket. lie throws these
votes out-thret.e-uarters of the Re
plublicanl vote, iitid hirings in the
lDeinrt ie ticket rat her thban have it
th Republica~n ticket elected, wheh 1'
,as against him. So ho goes through
ko this and makes out a Clayton ma
>rity whioh elects him to the Senato.
ut in doing this, you understand
lat you cannot reject votes cast for
no offico and admit-votos cast by the
title voters for another offieo. That
I pet fctly plain. If you decide that
his poll iq not a legal poll you have
At to throw it out for all purposes.
o GOV. Clayton throws ( ut the votes
f Republicans thera because they
,ore electing an anti-Cla3 ten ticket,
ne thereby defeats Thonas Bowlep,
It Republican candidate, and eleets
.hit .1 wii rds, the Dcmocratic can
idate. JMhn Ed wards comes for
-ard with a cert ificate as good as any
ody. Mr. Iowles does lot like it,
Cople gencrally do not. iHe goes on
I'd contets th0 election, and, with
bundance of testimony, proves tit
he votessof his, thrown out for the
lice ot electintg Clay ton, were not
ightfully thrown out, iind a com
iit tee of the Ioiuse of lIepresenta
Ives takes the case tip and coitiders
from top to bottom, andl say uenni
iously, without a disocting voice,
hie people elected Thomas Biwles ;
e must have the seat. So, on that
nm imousvoto it goes to the lluue,
'i ieb, by an (ially un-in imus vote
tys; th. Same thig, and Bowles is
ut in. It was tiot beecaunse he was a
inpublican, leen so they fonght just
bie same thing in Texa.s, where thmey
urInted out W ilm in T. Ci1k, a le
u1blicani, and put in 1). C. Giddings,
Demeocrat, beenu ol lie was elected by
good majoi ity, and there was not a
issonting Qice in the couimittee or
I the hluti.
"So then, you see that, youl are not
1stilng oni my story about Clay toi and
is GoVi'rnent. Ilere is the unianti.
Ious decisioni of a Committee It
:ect etons the 1Iouse oi Rc f.I'esCI
itives tilt Mr. Clayton had frauda
intly retu tied votes, and he lied re
arnZed th- itn who was iot el,'eted,
lid rejnotel dtill ostcd the tiran uht.)
*as clected. ThIs is not a stiatenient,
itt, a coiclustion by tihe highe. t 1 s-,i.
le authoity. Well, genlt ibieri. the
ledlernl Court was convened or heli
Bession tvo or three mintths taft er
bose outrages of which I tell you, by
la1yton antd his board, aml the urid
ury of that Couir. exanitiel into
he se facts and indieted oitell C :
OUi aild his cinfr-elrates for this
rimie. We lad a Din'riet Attorney
reit-tred to pit himt right st raight
Mung. Mr. Cat tersoni, apiinted
y I're:ident tat, as gioId a repit.
Sin as ever Lve~i, was going to ull
Ir. Clayteni th roiugh, awl tti 1 0szarts
'riion waslfore hlimt). Iat n4wi Mr.
'layton and hi satl:iteis wtlked itlo
Vaislingtona, and induced the Pr'-si
Ceit to remove that righteous ated
tithful District Attorney, anm put
lee of C!aivtI's tools ill his place;
Md that is the etit of tho iloeent
Um) ; thllt i' the end ( f tile whole
iog--all gene to raelc 1tel r'in.
"w Mr. Clayton goes swillnilnLg into
to Sentate insteAd of itnto tle State
Cosfilng $evCen Cenl.1.
One potmiil of green co-peras cost.
g sevei ceits, dissolved iii one , rtri
f' wa':ter', and poured down a waster
los-et, will, says the Inidutt riel Mbont'.
~, effectulliy coincentrate tand dest ray
to foulest smelbs. Oni boatrd shtips
ijl s?'liheabat', abotut hoi~tels andti
ther puihe place'', there is nothion
>1nice to purity the air. Simle
ree n cotp perag, dissol veil tinder thle
tel in anything thit wtH hobt water,
ill renertli a hospital1, or ot her pli ace
ar the siekl, free trom untpleasat
nells5. for bu'ichers' statlis, f~h.
lheriosver thlerte a rot -il'.nsiv pu ~trid
aboucttt, andc in a few daciiys t lee smeol
'ill pa11s away). If a cat, raet, oer
tonls d ies almttut t ho hou-o* and s'ends
,rth an offensive gas, piace sonme dik
>vd i'co eppe(ras in an ipe vesse1'Q'l near
ie phlac uoihere thle ituisanlce is, andli
will soon pur ify thie altmosee.
mi'rnor Scott and the New York Tri
The New York Tribune does not
om to lie at all frighitened at the
eront of Gover nor Seott to inistituite
'gal proceedings against it. lin its
sue of WVednesday last, thie Tribune
lTe A~ esociated I'es's thIiinks proper
teleigra ph a rumnor fromt Sothi (Cart
na thait Gov'erntor Scott of thant car
et-baig r'uinedl Ce mmitonweaIt h t hreat
its to 'ate the Tribunito for libel. (Ooi.
Cott will Ii think lietter of it. WhItat
to 'l'ribune did wias~ to report the
atomensts of a U ranit mian about Scott.
1.ey werec not comrpliimenttary',bu
icy ereat lastastitild as the
atomnts urret in teuespepers
e erer' Governor Secett 's
emet. ''The G overnor is a shtrewdl
an iin his genteraetien, andl mtay watt
me little erc'at u btich a guilty main gets
lien, withi a vi rtutouis pret ence of ini.
i(cenici, lie thItr eaten to ",,u lie huis de
uiners ;i but Ite is too shlrewd to pur
te the ease fur'ther.
Th'Ie 11eauttfort Tlimeos of Siturday
ys:"P. 1L. Cardeez., Secretariy of
ato, a ppecared, bef orC thle peopijle of
eaufottirt Motdaiy eveinrg, and his
Preiarnce Was gr'eeoted withI long anid
>ntie ned hisses, gri-ans anid curses,
y thle people whom) hi e has robibed,
y endorsing an sealing millions ot'
atudulent bone, giith the gr'eat acal
rteState. lI'kasrl the people to
idorse his thieves' ticket for the
flees, andc imrself f'or Stato Treasurer
ut his ticket., his Moses and himaself,
vei' long; sintce been conftided to
aches by~ (lie tax-payers of Beaufort
Already a new revotlulitinry party
Mexico has started to oust the new
-. -~ a 5A an
A Phantom Train.
A writer in the Albany (N. Y
Evoiing Times relutesa convers ti1
with a superstitioun night watchtnn mi
the New York Centritl Rilroad
Said the watchman : "I believe il
apirits and ghosts. I kntow snel
things exist. If oui will come up it
April I wi!l convineo you " lie thet
told of the phantom tinit that ever
year comesup the roatl with the boed
of Abraham Lincoln. R'gularly if
the the month of April, About mid
night, the air on the track Letomi
very keen and cutting. Ol cithe
ide it iA wai niti t!. Ever.
watelimanit, Whient be feels thin llir
tepIs off t hi truck itand it -4 d')wn t,
watelh. Somon after the p-ilot e(gi.
uih I long black at ream er-, and a b it
with blhiic; in.truments, playing diigei
at nd gri ininig skel cton si tLi ng a ll ab1jiu
will pass up niselessly, ad ilie ver
air grows Iack. If' it is inmoulight
clwlls always come over the moon
and the music seems to linger, as i
ftozen wiith horror. A few tmoment
aifter and the o* phantom train ii glides by
lags and streaers Lang abouit
The track ahead seems covered witi
i black ca rpet and the whels art
draped with tie same. The coli) o
the iutdered incoln is seen 1) ing 01
the center of a car : ;an ail i aiot it
in the air tud the ti ai hehind ar
vast nun1,tbers of blut c a,:ted men, som
with clins ot lieir lancks, othevr
lo.anling on thent. It se.Ilts thelni tIa
all the vitt armitties of tmen who diet
during tli war, are e.,eorting lit
ph antomtt trint of ite President. Th
wi'td, if blowing, dies atway at onc04
and over aill tte air a sol.-mn hIs
hamo'st s'iitg, pt'ev'ail'. If a traii
wV ete ps.!n g, is tikiine woiud bti
drottd in their silence, and th
pinitml trainl would ride over it
Clockl andt watches aways 11.p, an,'
wht looked at, are fWI n to be frou'
five to eight mintes, behiol. v
whiet ont the road, aboiut. te 2Uth tol
A pril, the thiie of watch. s and trtin
i tonnd ruddely belhud. ThispsaM<
tht0 leadinug Wattcmant was from ti
Ian e of tite phatantm tr'aiin.
Maj ' F e.s urges int his inirnal
the G.rtn1antownvi To-mah thl
plantin. in poor ,oil of chci nuts as
ttteaiis of profit. hohI in [rtit atn
wotdt . Ti. tree is ra .pil it grijowth
ani will inl from eight to tei ve:tn
begin to be, t' a cir of tnuts. Til
eed shouhi be Ilatd as s,",n am tht
fruit is O pe, and heAore it beeom
ilry. A good s ule; ott ..f tioact
chestnut is the i1.. Ti:',' iar sit
peiior inl (11a lity to tlie paoitsh
IPrt1nh or, itcl ino, oihm'w.. 1 -1 ,.r
o lairge, a even g- as ,- tI e
with the "...-- anld %e-. o 1..f,
pear. 'ITre s aIl % ..s a :i k t d
maaitil forl ith.- fit's Pn- It : w; till
supPi:., or ai niy s -ti . , y to t
fu niind. The g1 1...o , o ... ol
re Il intere t in < vy s'. 't. when
6cerui - . dl is ,1Afo l ah~t d lilliho
. 1ea 01' or wherver thi'e i, tnl
huil, as a mie t., of Pofi v wilt rrJe.
enice only to (te f; ti:.
"Thle WrIonL NSAml
A higher ofileer of the S..e of Tei.
ptltteranc :eaaut intg bior.niirf with iti,
smelt'l of griiog he:Iti h id bi io iintku
at the dloor of a olliviaom" f'or aill
i s~itn, as~ a ited toi ion n~y :tttI ls
seti ntl, to) whomt he gav e thle pais,
wiot'd, wihen t he to. litwh g ir.s. d.
''i, s. id It.., 'ati p.a ae 3lin4 e
0' r'ight, the; (G rand W.aithlv Patuat
archt of' the Staiti of Khi~aint'utly,
(10 lbe after bl'attii."'
"Yes,"Q sa.ida Jt, '-Ynic pertect
ly tigh. tmy ftr ietd, butt why uto y..
ask ttt e ' q ,ioa P'
"To1t let ye flie trth, thert, sir, attm
shaitne lie dt'evij,"' sail P'at, "ye I
lie latvintg tie t iglt pasR wvord fort'
Son of Teirlitnen-, enuti'ely ; but b
the balesaeed Matint P'athietick ye've go
the wvronig shlttal ''
M~atny of otur firnmers who .stnd
(enomny in thteir domeieI aiffiirs, lii
it motre 'conom~iical to take their ow1a
candiles than to buy themt. Snel~
persions ill fid ltat Iy miak ing thI
wicks abotut htalf' the ord inarty size
and dip thtem it spirits of turpentinti
and drying thern carl' fnlly beftore thi
firen, ort in the siu itshin te, before t (t m Ind
lng, they will lasrt lontger and aff'oird
oneh ci clearcer and] brilliantt tlIight thai
those itnade in the ordinatty waty.
Smal IIpirtion (if beeiwax, nmeltsc
with the t allow, has ai tcleecy to pire
venit their ruitttntg, and renders then
mtucht taore laistlng.
A (Congll Rruntdy' Nrier K lnownl to fail.
'Three cenits wmrthi of rciek eantdy
throt'o cenits wo r'it of 'lir iee ; thlre
een wi torth (of giam a r abie. Pnt
theta. in a quartt of' waiter a simmie
Sti'im utit il pc e feet 13' d iseli ted ;t
add oie ca is wotrthto~fiparegoraite, aim
it oo, ndsip whiene'ver t he cionghli
tr'iublleime- It is pleasat, itfatlli
blcheap ad goodu.
tie iin1c IRenidy for ('roup.
iAt'lad~y cor res'poinet of the Mtin,
tivec remedy fair eronlf : '"Ililf ai tea
sprootnfi of' puilvterizeid ialumt in at lit tI
mtolatsses. It is a sitmpie remtedy, nit
ailmost al ways at handii, andtt otte dos5
seldom fails to 'iv'e reltef. If' i
aihoud, repeait it after (tie hour."'
A Ver'ment pensionern writes to titi
Pension oiflice I at( moit eteue thita
Ilis nititie hO dr opped f~ aii tho Pj>tSitti
r'olls, its he feels ini hi, hic i .t la
0:ii do witont it. b't', ltan be (Myv
ertnment Cti ptay it. Thi~is yi ttsiioin
is too tenldierl h 1 talt n c isie'riie
e) now wht nt ii has~ s , Ci t. tit
for atlI its Ut~a-to bti) np iotO.
Grant's Fricudship for tile South.
On the 23d of March, 1871, Presi.
I dent Grant stent a bpecial mestisago to
the H-oluso Re'presoentaives, at
Washigton, 1aIliring "that. at
Condition 6f ifairs now exists in
s.>me0 parts of tto Union r.n wler
ing life and prope rt.y insecaro"
I Congress granted flte spcial legi-la
tion) amieght, inl tiham Imle'asge, atit
taiu X.1aai 0 ae in II s. tI f: Soil b er:.
States'- tade. r tearitiiI :awV , ittl ii ti.
titles lIt li:a' hinee..eAA, i4
others. Th- 1.git:aa e i. e., iee el
eVer' cnia elis .t 1 1. N r ;.d i,
, Europo fV in i li- t el lii. t i e I .I . ,
a of the higl.ev 'ffi -ir i" -he (; vAin.
, nient -f tito U Aed Stats, 1-, tht
;i " ie aid p, ropeert'' in1 th eh S a erti nI-t
SSlatres is in't-eurIe. T'hi' oiliial de.
. arat ion at ands upon roeord iuncontr .
,0i(e 1, .ith all the 1 tinh..ity of the
,solemta11 olicial sanction f te Il Ie(si'b
dent. of the Un ite states to C e.-iy it,.
f What Northean capitalit, with this
mnessage sa ing hill in) Ilhl te, WlId
invest. his Capital in the 81m1iatha unleos
tho risc shoulId e ticfuIl) covered h.-,
i the rate and iteado ameply scite-u ? 11
I-1ther1i capit.alss wil| ,iol ,tnch
investmttents, uittac!h mt r E 'gli-hi .a>r
GOrut qni. The ea )' pa(t st um'ehw the
Soith ati enter ag-ti aet tbiq enl'-iar,,
cruclly seveoro lpon its ei iz tat ina
their strugh.0, IA recutp er:Ieaior. is to)
v.j'e ag-alist Gra. nt, ani lr pt' '1ani
reconeiliat ion, nd I l, aeu (5t, tcey,
who is nltowin a over .1arej an I
. ar'ougholut the North lor hli., hr
1.mng ainagoniwn to 4,eyin :h_!
,. Sath, but w,~ho a.V .w c..e., .r wa td a
p.-ace a ld I e:one.l t ti .a, -.to -e.
* han, 's r A th-p' bh. c h ' m:
Wiei w nli.,utwel, tircaat ' i t ; m,
S'etiirita aet ol~t10 -. g f(.
.hronicle &I ScOlne!.
lat i roadt Act idelt.
-Yestert a snOrning, a botl 9 '0l0ck.
the posenlstger taarain lor ('harbies-.
ran into ta iher tr ai t o t he t'har
lette, Coltan ut i ail A i.. tas; a iil
road, at to e inA ct lthe Sat l
Carol.401ia ot -a ahemt tine ne.
io ahe d ee'. Tt pl; form ea:rs,
loaded with timber, a t e-t t I th
freighf train, e. r ( tet d, 1,'e
beaoliyh e itt '!: t pa. , I,- a - -rzil
nilet, aiol b o rc da r thl!rw fr a, a
track. Es.ie .+ a lAd
piebs .\le-songer (;hOenesh WO! 0
s14ihtly hurlt. The track hiv.ng b:ock
04d up, paq;Curaers wec e forced to I(
turn to t'olonica. It is lagI.t
tinat thtotrack vill be 1 ar0 hy thir,
nwritng. . Luekily the Ips'tr ger
tra in w as ne-t ut'der full l:eld 'e.ay
having che'cked up on acnant idf cat
- la' beng on the track-or tic rsilt
wo~ldl ha ve 1-ceen terrile. Theto
legr.t rain wat hiameing at the timtae,
-1e1 a (.ut. tearl the cr-ssitg hid A
isrm te view of the enrginCIr e th11
-.4 bta h 0',rolina I ilrozad t rain.-Col.
The lclillig is all extracot frona
letter written y General SiAnner al
.en h t- t ject Jf trd.- ,pti.n of e il.
leet er.'-ne, er the .jet) o . s,
172. sttb th IS'e I-ructia:n ,of li
' - 1.i d pe. e. t :
- 1 ..- .ht - cdtr v t . . te ' r y ' p- t 'm z
tt' at' gi taer al tatt p a at tey .
tey zcsa, eel' (at~ le tat: t,' a '
ei. a'a" I ate C a t'-er..d o I,
tat ,i . to thIe iTr . .''a .'' z'
ted S t. s c a ' r ' .cp i . P.e
er~as .mtl at a r' .a ice :a~ ..
f a' r'e'emya i.e, tmi t'e'c',.' .- 'a
' e ' er tee e' a tt a,'ea' ,' r 'a I s z .
Newti Yoak, l'eiet n, i' lphi, C
New Orb-le'n.s, ea.ithoaato. a i-k or .p, w,
anda with nt tat it ofciI tme be:.. ceela at
requatired to convea'y andiz cout t) es
Aneollle of the (u'avas.
The1 feolleewing mticel.t e i,., a idlc to
have tactualy 1'e'ena ae :~
A few weeks atgo nt it'it \[,e. Alora-tz;a'
thetn a Can fdidlat fag' "'sole' i. ta\b.~
hecvii te, wzas tadvoctat ig Ge . G ,.
c'lzaims foar rea-e'e* iont to thir it.
denaey~, hae said "etlc . rt'ant 1;,' i''.".a
Ctried, hadtt d, noat we II, an taitel _it ta
tto bae cagedt." A lara., ..tryaj i g
colord taa get tup alga Se, ..31,
aiMr. \\~i!io 1', rry' haI .e ~ d
dlonet we'l , zazndouaghatt' nat- ro a.'le e'
eal, so I amt goting to veote for' htiata i
steadt or you."
Atemedy foar I'Oio.n by' I ty.
Thicla'oaatta ~le he tm'y o ivya e pidson t~
tz:udt ta bt tweet t iras cf agitate.
Ijatahtt thle peart's zfln'eted frtaeey 'awit a
theis flutid threea os' fourt tine" a da,
andtt tihe tt.xt taeOrigj scaey tate'
trace af poti-'an will bee feettiI
the baibter'' le bren'a, so:.-s tc aellew
Ctho atitret toe lae'e.ra at thc t'nt iil. a
I nagte apgi lijcaaite wll be sali i....
IThe tepig its oft taite m..y lbe prepea'l
b y dissaohing t en.'e at -eit of ruata,
- thter int 8 pat's e~t e of et nzzats
First untata c tem, ad uel m- a itoa
wi It a at [ l ete tel aatenab't t-aaet'eelg
("elI ananao. ice), t hent Jit-e oera ai-. I
vertit.r1s eadat onetprt. ttaargaeaaiaum
Ccltide int aix geat s aof vinaaaeg-'ar, lgo
th mao tatrng, remtaove and a w atbt
(Commaarona swtet cider, boiled dowan
tat onae haalf, makes a rmost exacellent
sy rat forac conghsit anad colds~i for' cil
atr'et--is pel eaban tt to the' taste, andl
wlkepfor a year ina a cool ce'llar.
It I--- conaiputed th'at $75i,000,000
woIb tof Inatl as buranedl earl ini' a the
L. at. cd States, andit that $1 ,000,000,.
t tt0 wor'ait ol t leer is uteod int build.
LoN DoN, Ot-to her 4.-- Ut few do.
tails of1 ite lecidei to the London
1n 1 'llnb r 1'3.1Ss--ger trainl have
coaiel 1a0 h-al. Al the 1e-spateies re.
co ived :agr. e inl stating thait the train
W.1 l inn. time, ald rnn ing lit, a
itia a 4 rite to mako it up. The
SeO an of tie dis.ster is r.ot fiur fiom
C: ri the e;apital of cumt-erlantid
('I ..V, .11d a traill has been Sent
t.-m i t 1own to britng in tho dead
A i. ,-i de.,aintch fron Carlisle sIyO
t a!.en pesonsIY wero killed by
t -w railwa,,y c.dlliion this nmorning.
Tie I mb.. inj~tr-ed is noit .Aated.
A ierl in letior sut s that during
the. rece * tatn ofOl'thd luto Imperial
p Ir , a- i. t persoisi were tuIrocated
al-d zl aI . ;I: to tetl Onl one night
.a16d lifteen n1010 11101tally wounded.
3ionute.1 police charges on tho Iasses
Wt,11rai uaade it o10 title with drawn.
Lo.o, Oe ober 5.--The Paris
c0rr pindentjof11b1-l0ndo TimelIs
I b...r p' ', t ia at tl~c ltasLn., A mlas
.r* l. ,Ib u i citv has receive an note
frm :/rtf.Secrethly of the EmpeT)
ros'.- ~ ~~ Pi Cuclwthdrlawin~g thle
Onl I .tulat ions whichl the Emperor
hlaol ltendaerea't to ThIiers, land exprecss
1i thle d:s-atisinctionl of Ii-sia, at
.ht! :-y Irs ive attitude o' the Radical
pat of Fr:,neec.
N \v Yorxi, October 5.--The coach.
*ri jir's sr r 42 a week advance
wta< su~cce sani.
L s by h, 1a i 0terson fire, yester
aya, N 5.600. 3U0 ,re out (;f em-,
l Ilt . lThe baaids and l pers iad
. It., 0 'l wort h ol jimttertis were saved.
I, r TO OctalI, r 5.-The woolel
houp a tf Giti.e.r & baejay failed to
dt.,) lh. iliueo 1. 00,000.
S'a Fu.%scisco, October 5.-The
B on; I fat, Sup.. Ivis.,rs have pa1- Cd
oa, r M1 ayor Aivaiii's veto an orior
*ua'l'i g to the peuple at tle No
u..0 er etet:nall 2 In ianlaa to grant
I a l ola ' t $1 ,0 0),00) to thle
Colo .Co l..il a! (,.lp II V.
.a .11 m a ai t noh in.IIg at' bi nesstlii
il, v s i[ldb, L.. 11-! Lht, at. tibe
ra. a i ta,: ('hlilaa nd ) '0rCo luet ce, at
winenlal I! t. .ll of the (Ialorado lail
%ml1sa nimu1'y endlor:-ed, and
tihe %%(ja.at) su(o delouneed in
nu ast id. tairl for imt s:-ing it over
ti.o o:. te a j. A:-id w;IS unati.
uor~III 'o-in. d ;Is the kllalepedet
e..ndO::n for Co-lc- , thle means
of gi in pacmtir:I expe-sslion to the
pap i, -r 'e lin ill allu)itio tol 10 the
-r G. , October 5.-The
*icial repoert of* lilmy-nive Co'lutfies
wl\ It 'InjA.i. f or So " ith (D-3 mo'.:rat)
of .1,'13. 1:19 Dlmocralts mnd six
al, a r1 s,. far , r*4 po rte cd ce o ite d
-s b-pesntaive<. Tile Demlocratic
1111jm1ity 111.s Iecl icrlleaiel by two
It - 1 3 Ia - gres we.ClO tax de..
nlr I ilatheirc a.-: ilr tok 1 0t
m-1n1y .ent :o 1'!y the-ir ta0. h
ru mn, i i:..ee , ouI t t o s vi- re
! a a i. .: a I m, atr ab .-, ;l M a 'ail.
1 -a _a ,I-s. a I.ta, tho-lgh
- a r . a :1 oat2:a a-.int, on
1) a ea . t
-I . Ocoher 5. --('Cotton
II .i.1 ~aa ds 19a ; .is1 Or la 2og ;
a'. J8if.31 h a'i.. i l 1 1 'IC '. J
a uno ].; a- Ia 18aaaa l ; ai ece i t 1 10
;i'. g e 6%..i~I hl alagas. l
'1O !. a s a r~i .l ale for SherIl i I'atc the
In 1j a lalt e~ t' not ob (laige his t [ai II
JaIlr I;.:o (t a .1( nnli o ce. l 1
Staa'it i I , E . D asc li da or C u t
( i k nihonr Catl the.. I ensuialean .n
"a ~ I" Ma-is ~ Ihf .\ Y REN .
ReThu 0 l RuoIe ~ iopublicnTkt -Faril
Theony rgl- an puc~tlcnTce o
i-h ont'he otherISali~~ bengla Rlers
'Itpe ,.ie l-aIV -I-. M : Sl~l'a . Vv. ier Iano
lia he I a( iaill--L W Dtvl . . ).Ci li.
Clek - f Court-.llal. it. aabClowney, lg
behoo(ail iio-om iionI, erW Jirawford.
.i lhn 31I31a)in, W~tgN.A a. .
C 1rone r . W.11 aat n 011 ~l 111o.l a
Th Only 'a Wl TraoRepstiativo1111 1! Repubi
12g i. 11. mlrl G. W.a1iaa ber,
- INi- i Mora eavl Iheia f-Dr. J D.Oa~ pl~ Cr to
''lak --s.11. lo n (y Pr bJ Joic .
seneri F I (aiL.~na ;'irao tf4 llby co bs, J. m
L il iima iag10 1alg ~il N11. ., r Ati, vl lM,
hI aar' mig wll ill bo i behi ThrI.y evn
oct 5-8fir o or.