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THE FAIRFIELD HERALD
Pulblipiheli ].Very Wedniesd11. at.
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TERM8--IA' Ali VANCE.
Oie Oopy one year, . . $
o" " " . . 25 1
Colonel lRobT, of Georgia, ati1l \ M
Ravage, of (alifornia, two of th
I'ommIIissIoners appointed by tII
President to take testim~ony relativ
to the depredatiotns oi the iio Gradc
Laving returned t0 Washington to
day, called upon the I'residett au
had with him a long interview.
Congress, at its lite scsiuon, :ippre
priatcd ,O)O to pay the expense
of t1ho conno11iSsion.
Tho t'resident was much inteirest
ed in tho narrtion of thes gentitleie
who will prela a formal reportL A
Itransminiion to C.,iigrc"', and wa:
<videnitly grain id (I %vitb, the Ininelil
i'I whieuh they t rant,ltld thle b sie
with Which they werel entria.,ted.
The incuslias by aIrn .\i .xio-i
h:Id(s in)to 1t.exsai:4 -kre. 11It F'1e r ns, ;III
h ave con t inuel i eve r siNc 1' 5'.). 'T e
have ince that time drivei horst
nid catN estimated to lie wor
neweral AMiin dMiarn from Tex
The ranciltes aro nttl-Unsf 1di ive
into Alexico, Nwre their phu1ol1er i
Ill to sohliers and citizis. Gc lti
at I tilin, wot' is niot ai pteint i
ractive military sorrice, but on waii
1o'rr, is rellres t It to b ne 4f 11
mowst active inlstigatmls (1f the, inemll
,4 i ons1., by3 which he 11 a r;ely prul i
Texans, whilo cci'lavntIn: to thi.
away the thojiev. n, ip e at tiei HO
hy upti ior ti inmor lif' thie \iexi,
6:wls, while occainalyhe han t- A t,
etl'r r ill li iia ir - i t
the0 fretijie t illr . 'ilne Ihl o
dtr coiines ill a stati or exie
Trhere is only mm-noq.m or e.:I%
aitr on the i rN1 tier, whi h i , of litt
U'u, 't,sid 'erilg ile d I jitan 5l it it.
I--( I i r d to I iward",1,y Iith is e I
t dre lc luliiles frotti( t e uotilh tl ill
tEt or itido to I it! ex' r in o A m i iuh
] eiills. T e finantry is lonte
tit 'ong int.rivals. hlu distan e i
nearly three hiniodretd mi' am Fil
11rown to Rungyroi lainchek, vQi
oly ono cattn k 1n1v it . S 4 n
or t'e stlf oyli the ,\INo tt ti,
traveled tI wot it d ;,li t ph
their tes tion I, an t . eel 1 i ii
gratificat i tio n that. p1,ln r
ures ha bee" Qv"e not -.i% w. pri
tea ut, to inudnify them il I"
General ileok, 01n' Wiadinv ii
holub:d iiOlt anl.,iorn--horate isi
1tatemen t f the ui nht s it )ti
boldness with -!. h oeran we;
m1tat , and i(, 1int e :!:, jt hii ., k ils
with a n un s tI ti.! lii t' fore i to give il
requir i rott i tn. Thei is no rwi
oi to do tll, . t h at 11.1 the Pr'si' 1-i
in Subim i'tting, t report t hec;it C1
nostoners to Congrewn will acconga
my it, with a strong recolo nindati o
that prompt. incasiis to taen to pr.
teet our eitins n the border in thei
'Til hlrNew~ Yoirk dsone te t'' .'a
ltrotdesno lk thei aelorsaih t t alt<
inves aniyd rle its tit in i
folo sin tmh-'lii wrs :
"eoit isgt einph ts mako at'manrt' :
naur, o eewtoab tiur is l1ai
it 'i as il xuse forit homicid tes.
amnorlhi'is is if, tor al woma ii
ht uband,2: fromii jalouy-t hatii(i itt'ti
nty. Ifr ac mnshott aoter f, 't~f.ita
diameLriesit thesoter ''ie
thatf h is aity. ftawoman i s
man fort~i ae neing her--. thatris. in
anoter mans~ it a ta'st u, d : soi
dontl~edh fit u offece-ht st~ ll tu
Sisa it. A s m l raho r m
A Liimi Ext-ilse.
Pere Hyaiot e boore writing his
letter to t'o To ii anounuinrg his
tutil ldedl IV Itwar1n14y(, 1haoitd evidett y
stuie te o"ling observa1tionis oI
Jertny .Tylor On thu huI ject Uf
"Alrrl-ige has ill it less. of beauity1
buti ie of safety than i. t4iig C
U 14-1 ; it ji it - ter'3y an i Intre s..I ;
:it is fuiller o-f morro-ws iti<d funer (if
joy.4 ; it lie'.i nioder moro hurdeins, but
it is Sa:pjinrted b-y all iho st.rengths
of Iov. -Wid chaiiy ; anld th . bur
d-'1 ire delighauid. Mart iago is
the Imotlcr of the world, nid( pre
S l'ves kingldoms?, fnul liNS cites atid
chlurlhe't anid 1Icaven itielf. Celiba
.11cy, liko the fly inl the heart of
anl :pp1e, d weIlIs inl perpe til) SWeet
Iit's, bhu t i-ts alonie, au.d is e ,n
fled A11 dits in.inglrity
marri sg.', like the( ut-elul Ibee, bibit.
hous', anid gathers swoet neess
every flower, and Iabors, and
r undos into bocieties and republies,
1 '14 1 ii 0,1t Colonies and.1 fedsa the
r i""rd with delioacies, and obe s
th hiw king. aid kfeeps order, and ex
(he intcreti, ;,f u'i kiditl, aid is ta:
tttoe of good to wIhi-h (od hath dtin
INdth prebcut constitutiu of ite
Wednesday Morning, Oct. 16, 1872.
IT. 1G0'S 110 LA" EllT%.ON, 1Elitor.
Corespte io ine .solicit eI 1 on1 every
- tr o-l.-ns are ole lo all for a free
-n.ileI l'or t ie views
ur ;,.U i;I' Cit*V:t j ). I U. ..S
r 14 ona; . 1m3 Ticket.
U0 1 t1i'tEEE.
t. - t ill II0 W N.
11ON. I!ENJAitN F. PFRILY.
VJl; 11I;ie. T,. Your Duty,
h I, areo t hll lie eve of another elec.
tn, in ulicl ate involvl Our faCte
and or fortuomis, -and it is riot becom
iltg inl us to -tand with our arms fuld
vd, and' our eyesC looiking with -ipathy
upon the pendil-g conitfst. The dut1y
of the Ititi -O one can fail to din-erin,
uni1.-s it h tlat Itanu who is so itlent
upI tll-hcoeenIas to b-b! i
ml,; (f the isil m. o l t n o bie setleod.
If there Ie :Ilny :Uh tin this cotmunti
tv, 1e. them awake to the dein.mds of
-a d , andi f a few holirs devote
thensl-esto the intemeos (if a coum
illon ut y. LC th:-ml fog.t, til
1i, t brief period, arid answer the
eCb;o pat riot smo.
&c'er y wi 1ite mian is itrsted,
w thror not heo feels~ .o, inu lie
thet enug thity---ix hiomt, aniud its
yeouly r diientaglly. (an there
60 iiiffredeott tile part of any of
ur tt rac 1 l~rientds, arid as~ 5:ueh we
nelutcItde alli who cling to honesi~t priui
eiple's, ve i.nuimber your dutty on ele.,
tion da, znti stawil up miatfully f, r
the righils that alre yourts by intherli
tattce. JTiet dtuly is elinb aoted in
the-c wore ; ;it th' ji!s, andt cixl
jou~(r ba||o3 j;~r h;nc :l men. T he ( yes
of' the wihole' couniltry are niponi Oon.
d anzd ye u are i xpec'ted to do your dty
II s coemen. II yout do tothiutg mete,
ui e veylegitimtate efforttodfa
e t ho inifatmous demuuagogue, A. S. W il
Iace, whio is not lit to represent the
igntoranit ravages of' Central Aft ica.
have done ai goodi(ii da's wotik. Wt ith
re'tper ex ertions2 Watllaztce's Ina:jority,
as ret urnied utin 18i0, cant ho conirhdera
1.y c ut down, the i f1t of wichl will
Ti -.he .1ay Goav. l'erry's
n A t ..e potit is weill worth eon
idrtion. A fe'w good mten are in
nominalis~ n ftor (ennty1. tfllies, antd it
detives upn yiomul 3. > t ee to) it that
-they are o.'ted. If' they are defeat,
td, it w iii bie youir fault, and the evii
Colicoeunces w ill be visited chiefly
-. upon0 your ownt htetads. UIily thlen to
ethc polls, wihite fellow citimes a
'I' carrty your'' foc s tal tie ighbors wi ith
.. you. If 3101 htay ait htnet' 30t1 mutl
e nlot compa in of whtat will Inecvi tably
Georgia anid South GCarol na Conitrasted.
T he ftolowu 'in t ril is taikenr from
the C~i.; enhannlu~ts of the Aiguista
CoIi. a kt It ist well worth a
"t . iin tao other spirit than thant
d ofi ri sp'-e fit sy mpathiy for Sou th
jCarolthisathni en ait. o spe-. o ti.
uonttlbt between Goorgia rdeomed,
disenIhralled and mistress of her own
proud de'tinies, and that oppriesed
aid down-trodden State. Tho time
wa.-, and i nt not far back, when the
desIpot's hee-l %N14 on oulr soil, alill the
military arm hore down heavily upon
ulS. But Geogi ans rallied frto their
Rupiitn , re-olved to mAke 1ho be0st
Af their situationi, afl -ave vigorous
ly worked fir th ci r redomption
Lirough tLe pecaucful ageyicu of the
ballot - b.x. The ic,, :h- i i 1 1 ,hw
d that Antglolxou energy aid
unity of purp' (coihl ne1mpslis.
The ,till toore ~ Iou ~ut ill 871
dipels the la. '. n tie of tila aliel
power among us (rico so formidab'n.
"T'rue, Gog leal all tie, time in
her faivor a Uncrical wit ity i. JoI r ,
South Ca1rolill unha ppily wi s overt
shadowed by a liln.e ical Itl; jority of
irligorant bhiais ulndler th balef* ul ill
flunenco of Fa-.lci eils, uri uplltjulous
white carpet-bawg-ris, and a himal,
d-L pe:rato hanid (,'::tll mwre infamrous
vhito tu allawatgs. Still the fat of
that State would lave been less d
plorable if her white citizen, whose
intellect, edceation, courage and high
moral stamlitia con ited South
Carolina, hind rallied promptly, acted
vigorouSy', voted unitedly, and wo k
ed and toiled utiiiniiitiigly for the
control of the Stato. An aetive cum
pact and peruitn minority could in
time have iceeeded, and can yettue.
d, thoigh tihe ignorance, vices and
divisions of their opIpomeiit.<. It is in
the nratura of th ings i::posible that
iitelleet, edteati n, property and
persistent det ermiiination would have
been uativailing in such a vonto-t With
suhell oppolnet .''
We yet luol: forward 1opefuilly to
tho future redomption of South Caro.
lina Ly the cuerg!y, intelligence and
patriot l1inm of her ;vins.
Consti tutional Amcrdm:cnts.
At tie enttuing -tate election there
will be submittel to the people for
ratifleation two on endmet .ts to the
constitili o1 th -tate, -ne (if item,
at least, (if vcry gIr..vei im porta nice.
in the prneianati o of uGv. Scott,
they are fully <xi ! iitied tad set forth,
but we deem it :ah;sable that their
exact nat ure thool- be kIlown to the
votiig illass, ik rdr that they may
pr u0int i. n rhem dw itel i ty
Thu. Iir.st i., . intnunn reblating
to the cha1g- of timo of hoilding
geieral elct.ions.'" Ii thi'. it is pro.
p-osed to ,;I I P '- 11 :i11l of, tha!t p.rion
of Section X I o( A it Nt e "., foliowilg
the~ uordi. "eigh-Wcit htiairted .1 ld sev
elI)," occont'i i g it the foutrilihtand
"1,11 ti forevei, I t :fir, ont I I ir-t
liTe .-d.y t,. llowitg th lir-ti.\ioday in
N *.m Her, in e1r1 .1seutOnd ye.., in
such tnta tr und at. sitch ples a is the
iit .i',dtttre ini.y ;iir ide,'' The i
16::t' e of this lhc . I is ti throw the
Si a'e ara Nt i'al ch c:jtts tpto the
sameiti day, (113: is. the fist Tuie.-day3 in
N ovembert I. This rtetiindm e t we re
re a3ons, anid we thLetrefot o dieprentea:I
its~ mieoptiont. \'xe ar~e awar e, lhowev.
er', thtt publ.dic l~pinionl ist at variaoe.
upon~i this p-itt, but, we sit iiit th a
itt ltiat-:t ial h et. I lit 'w3l Ie nte t. 1 0l
Suiate Itomi tie chage, andl th;;,. it i,
cntrarly to. the~ si iit of oturgve
ltent. ais exp tunded bty thie roest it i
ton, to) a strb the' hffaits of a State
itt t hote of aI tttion at, Ii.0;70, ort tot
iterinitgle thlem ini anyt way w1haise.
The other amietinment relates to the
furt her increcase r.f t h d eht of t he
Stite, anid is thus worded :
At tile N VI. "'To (tho ettl that the
not herter~it lhe incre~as, d withorlhe
(due c.nsidetrattion, andf fte e' -i ssi.t ot
the pe'ople of thin State, (the Genelth
A\-semblyJ) is bten bly foridde~un to erc.
ale aniy fur-fter debht or oidigaitt,
eiiher ity the lo ani ofI te en dit of the
State, by3 guaraniutet, ehili nement iir
oth'erw is.', e xcet'pt for the or'di nary
and1( Current bu.-ine-s of the Sz:.t1',
as~ to (lie creaito of anty such new
debht, guaranttee, endo r:-emenit or loan
of tihe credit, to the peouple oif this
State', at ai genieral eletio:tn ;:i and on
Ie wo-thir tds i f tie ijaiilled voters
ot tihis State vot ing on thie lines icln
shall be it favir of' a Ct tlier debt,
guaratee, entdorsemniolt or hon of
this crediit, none: shall be created or
This pr'ovision, if engraf:ted upon
the St a to cotnst it ut ion, 'o ill plaeo an
e!fect ual cheek up on thie Legislatutre,
and w~ii lr piveit Ciithle r buridei a he
ing imilpo-ed upon0 our aliready bati.k
riupt counontwealth. No honetist mtant
can) refuse to cast his haillot for the
ratification of tis amendl~lment, nor
enl a ptlitica11 pairty ma~ke it an ise
inl (ppios.iit it, wi tot beintg regtard ed
ats unltwor'thy of thle unPport, of fair
mlind ed andt wveillt mhain g v'oters.
We coimuend it as~ ini every way
~tproe to ba el dopted, anid t rust t hat it
rtay be so acted upon by (to whineo
The Office of ile RaIeigh Setinl Blown
Up With Powder.
The city was startied last night,
about hallf>ast 12, b3 a shock which
resounded ike an earthquake. An I
ailarm of fire was rung out upon the p
aight air by different fire bells and a a
great crowd soon collected at the
scene of disaster, whieh wats quickly t
discovered to bo the offico ot the I
It ileigh Sentinel.
It was found that the press room f
was completely demolished. and the p
splendid press, costing some $3,000, d
LItal) destroyed. The roof of the k
roms wais blown into atoms by the t(
terrible f.)roe (of tile explision. The
eompo.-mg room adjoininag was badly t
hattoie , the t) po on all tle various
staui knmoked into pi,'' iaid evet y. e
ilitig ni ditorder a mod vonfuiton. a
The tetnlseid crowd sovii tame to a
the uniiveral coneclu.ioo that some (
devilish villiiis in luman form had
bli n the %enitinel up by a t-yste- a
matized and deepl.aid platn of p11e. 1
iug large quantities of gun-powder un
deri e.:th and iuside of the building. t
A train of powder lcd out into the 'l
vacalnmt lot who. o the MIatsonie Tosple c
i, to lie oreeted. l'ackagen of powder, t
failing the explode, were foiund uudor t
dilferenit type stands ; another train (
led towards the "Ite.nosene" fire engine s
house, a few feet d satant. The win- 1,
dows of the latter were blown and c
shattered to pie-ces. A young man ti
'ontued 'White, of the I. & G.' R. R. a
shops, who "leeps in tho cogie.e hou-,
was happily at work last night at the 1
shops, or he would certuiily have f
leen injored, and probably killed. 1
Bricks were piled all over his bed, so (
greatt was the coreussion. C
Great indignation exists in this c
comununity at the dastardly not of, no at
doubt, Radical enemtlies. Insurance t
of ;entinel (no fire resulting) cannot a
be collected. a
Joe Turner is as cool as a cucumber
under the eiaeunstunces, and will a
not be muzzled by this new d
lIadical -tyle of suppression.- 8
His printers are busy sor:ing type, I
and with the aid of the Daily News
will get out a half sheet this ). M. One
small job press was uninjured. The
buildinu presents the appearance of I
haIving een minled w ith a salnal lt
of large m->rtar shells.-Telegram t
WIl. Star, -
All Extraordliary 31elhoth of Bringing a
Irowed tiln to tile Surfare.
Steffatio Lianducvi, ati Italian gar.. e
deuier. wa.s drowntid while bathing in (
Lahak Merced Iast Sunday, says the i
eraaisco Chroielo of August 31. 0
llis body was not discovered until it
Wedaesdi a , the two men who search- t
ed for the corpsoe bving failed to dil.
Iove1r it by tht oidintatry naeins. I
Ilaivirig Ieard liar. it louf of freshi fi
bread, ito which qui.-kailver had
b'.Cn inisertedtl, wiuld diifit. abont on
the sot face of tie water, and fil:ally e'
siaik over the deatl bod) of the drown. a
ed, they procura d a largo Iresha 1.au
aii placed in it foutr ontcees ofqai-eb
i IVer. ThIle r wt as h WA1nlito%5 11 o ilt he i
waters oaf Lake M51treed. 've breod Ri
immnediuaely atived agatinst the wind, '
w hich was bluaing strong, and kept a
on till it reached a curtain poitit. b
The o f then topped and suddenly
'tank, and ca mec to the surface agnan, E
andl with it the dead body. The e
aiman whot narrate this remarkable
dIory~ are Vinein Moarinao andi Frtan- e
eise.>de Luaca. They are well known t
'to fu allS ulian popu'ation. Their i
tory is substantiated by ether.
We bizolrd he esiert ionj that no
class of iiquaboaverage nmeans live sor
well as thet Amaer'enn faramers. One
of the se, jiteessinlg a fa rm anad butild
ing, worth , stay neen thou anid dollars, j
will r'aa hor asbont himan dnf enajy tmore
re'al comfort titan could he obtained
fromi athei ineamie of a hunardredl hons.(
iand dolliars int New York. Hie ntay
live int a more commaod iou, d wellhng
thaan a metropolitan citizen having
tent thousand dollars ananual ic..1
l1e mity be supplied withl everyihing
t resha in ats sea1sonl ; hiis labhor is less t
wetain g than thle toaih of counting(
roomtss and ofliecs, and lhe has mtore
Abont to Disbanid. t
TIhe Great Eaistern Circus, with its
siX tentfs auth seven hattlldred and fifty a
11en1 aitd tin untold tnumaber of Uras,
as we stiated several daya since, hiad af
little eitlieuahy att Like City. Sinace I
lithat time thle mamit mothi concern seems11
tao have htad trouble. U~err Le'ngel, f
thae celarat ed liotn tamner, and the
RuIbnnell Iirot hers, the famnius athletes I
atnd gynasts, have left, the concern I
and ao now in our city. The latter I
ant icipate leaving for New York. It I
is tlndertstooid the gigantic show is on I
the eveC of dissolution, antd from what I
e use it is not stated.-&ivtannrah
Gov. Gratr. Brown took up the bat-.
tle at Dainvllle, October lst, and was I
wele.>maed by one of the greatest as.
semtblages ever called together in 'l
ibese ptarts. T1here .were a half doseon
itpeiakers besides Mr. Brown, but alt t
aitterntive audietnce waited till the last n
syllable died away. Every town In 'l
the county rent up large delegations, v
the meetiing scoemed like a great jubi. I
lee, which lasted long into the night.
Demonstrations of this sort, niot quite fi
so large in numhtpr, wers held in tI
thirty eeunties of the State, and ad. n
dressed by local speeslspre. k
t. A phlilosopher says :I never yet \t
heard a oma or womtaan mauoh abused c
that 1 was got inolined te' think the
better or-thema, axid transfer any aus ba
picion or dislike to te peorsot n h k
'appeared to tatke.a defi ht in point..
inag out, the defooct~ a follon eca- I L
PAaRs, Oetober 12-3lid-night.
rince Napoleon has ielded to tij
eresiptory order of the Governmeal
rid left Paris.
PAnIs, October 12 -The new pos
J treaty betweeu Frence and th c
riiited States hats been negeotiated
Sfixes letter postage at eight conti
rr oue-third of an ounce : 0nd ocws
aper postage, which was eighi, is re
uced to three cents. Rog'stored
itters and the trauntissiou of pat
rnms are also provided for.
Piince Nap-oleso will be eseorte:
tie froitier boy a mlililary gituad.
MADRID, Outober 12.-A Republi
An inctorrotiuu has broken on
nsong the troops gmisonim th
r'enal at Verral, inl tihe provilmne o
ornutna. The Governmuent haes de
ntchud a force of trol*ps to the towII
nd suamamry ieuures wii I e au
nee adopted to supprets the rev.,lt.
Later details have been received ul
ie revolutionary out ibrak at F rrol
'he garrison of ithe fus tress sanl th
rvw of the uar temmer M jei,., coo
inue to w.toss-aud toi it': ihe tur s ol
be rebels, anid iemAiusoi. iiul lo th,
overnmvent, notwith tmidimg tho in.
uigen:ts had r-uoeeded m g.-inmilm
o0sesizon of tle gum-bois, wiinch an
hored in tie barmi-r. Th.-y almo obi
lined possms-io) of the lightl-house,
tid iuprisoned thme k.ejoer. 13'
hiose uea., they h.a ve iho.ed tih,
-.t t. s that. tihe Gov.-rmmient. ruin.
ree euts Camnnot. ro.lh th't pla
Isea. M hen the mmin ster of ti
Wtonies anucited tile fir.s in til
:ortes, the Alphoui ts and Repubhl
an depmuties took m..sioi to diadovm
ny Comiplicit.y of their partial witl
be moveinent, atod declare thiu
ympathy with the Goverument it:
gainst the insurrectionists.
LoNDON, October 12.-A sever
torin bus prevailed on the coast
Uring the past twenty-four bours
everal disaster to t-hippinig in th
Ititish Channel are reported.
NEW YORK, October, 10 -Th
ferald figures the Pennylvania Re
ublican zujority at twenty ti:
bou-'aud; the Ohio Republicun ma
irity at fifteen thousland ; Indian
jujrity-for Hendricks, Democi a
r Brown, etpublicaun-f.om, five hun
red to one thousand. The Republi
ans undoubtedly have gained on
'ongressmim in Indiana, and have
siujorify in the Legil4ature. Th
flitcial count of the vato may b
eee43ary to determnine the Stat
The Tribune cluims Indiasna for th
.iherals by fifteen hiuidred to tweet
Ohio roturns are very incernplete.
The Ti ibiie says tihe Liibei , 1,b av4
lected seven membeia of Congies:
gil Of two, 11n1d thI aduintistrastitom
:AVe choseno tb lteen.
NEw OKitK, October 10.-In th
re ut Siag ,intg last ,,ght, tV, mty
iveni pluaces of bumibe.-a w*ere am' in-41
':e los, cannot be I, s tham quarter o
lulliot d-lslars. Tie Ji e wass ciause
y incnel.'ias ies.
ATBUJON, Odober 10.--Wm. Il
ewarmatm d at his ,e.identce in tint
ity tii tote .outs.
PlItI-AnhILPHImA, October 10 -Tm
ity ulbiil count mhou~ aovmd 118,(,(
otes puolled. Ha rtraif '6 E Jormo
0,4:37. T1he njeority for Couo~rres
'mam .at larg'e 21.9i9. Spe-er, D mmo,
rmmt ta etlecto' to tGanIgr'e in the 17:
iriot by 500 tnajoty.
fNDlIApotIs, Ocut'ber 10 -Thl
Otus i'ip I'o m,'oon are n.ore favre.
imr the Repusbli.n State. ticket. 'Tii
toe:pulicans'ti chti nm six hund1mIredl immn
isrit y onm the entire State ticket. Tm
)htnioerata concede the ciect i. n of tib
Lmepublicain State ticket, a xe pt ftm
0ove & nor. on~ which t-hme am e eis inimm:
Sasal msaj erity for i. ndmicks. Tfj
flicial vote is coniig in, ve, y Sli, li,
iad it will req. ire ainua.st tim tnu~
'ott to arrive at tiny re-un.
NEW YORK. ()e onir I l--TEt
Vm km ngmnie (J IItonm ni -min .1*d .Ja
)'Jriess ior Mlajor.
TPaianmy msointunated Abe hi m 11
iawrence for M aoor.
;Amuao, O-;tohor I 2.-tlMahh fo.a
obmaceuo agenit for' thu [sliha m til
ment, and as ludyi~ werm k h-d ii
solninmg on time P'a- ucah and l':zas
'eth OWn Road~ite. 'Thme lado' eno~
clt furty feet, boottomm t,. Severam~
mdi's wvere scverelyv wenm'ded.
IxNDIAroLIs, Octobler 12.-T'i
siowing as e n'ajorities in the (coi
ressionial i.trieo, nm.irly offictil
'or CongressoUsan - lFirst ])i e Lt
cmnocrastie, 113 ; Secnid Istarict
emnocratie, 4,318; Tirid Distgrict
~emocratie, 997; Fourb Dist rit
~eputblican, 8397; SFifrth Drm.triem
tepublicans, 403; Eighth District
tepublican, 3,000 ;Ninth D~aisrc
epublican, 500 ; Tetnth District, Re
ublioan, 967; Eleventh District
NEW YOJtKc, October 12.-0m
'hursday night a gdng of ruflianE
made a desperate attempt to wreck
rain on the Delaware amid Laekawant
a Railroad, ntear Pattersn, "N J
'hmey piled rocks on the trac'k, amm
ould have been euccessful but foi
ieir discovery by the tracek walker
LOUISvIL.E, October 1 2.-An un.
utshmed building full to-day, cruingm
ie sidjoining house. Th'e father
other, a girl of six amnd a baby were
iled at the supper tasblo ; tw<
blems died of their inuies. J. C
Vebb's priting 0office was also
?r. Lours, October 12.-Thme vigi,
ne colmittee of LiaFayette Clout
~lied two horse thieves.
Fifteen business houses at White
all, Ill.,-were burned to-day.
The Cotton Aao~ia -av a
annutl banquet, laatnigbt, at S hger
fest HaIll, to the cotton grower; wh<
exhilit cotton at tle St. Louis Fair
About 1,000 persons, representing
the cotton interests of' the South' an
commercial interosto of St. L.muis and
this West, were present. The sweep
ittake premium of $1,000 for thi
best bale of long or short staple cotton
was anwarded to J. G. Yeisor, of Pori
Ed wi a s, M issi.-sippi.
NEw YORK, October 12.-The
yaoit D,eadn.iught won the ocoar
ra4a of 240 miles, twenty-five hour.
firo tinute's, beating the yaubt Pal,
The weekly comparative eattot
statemient, sent out last night, should
be corrected to read .Expirts foi
tho week 36,821 ; total for the yoaw
LEwISTON. Mi.:., Odtober 12.-Thc
fir4I m vereio frost. occurred laist night
Veeation waa cut and ice for,"ed ii
ok pla -es.
NAN R.tNCtsCo, October 12.-Ti
Bu rd of S-pervi-ors havinog failed tq
..ver-ride Al.iYor Aivord's veto of the
order of ft v.)ring a subsidy of $2,.
51)0100,) to the (e-11trual Pac0fi Itail
roadi C0omapany, it is dead, end canano
be rn viv-d.
BANGOR, M., October 12.-The
Sceirz l)'oek was busrned t -day
it;ns:aime $88.000. The lonss is ve'r
he .%y. F Ling walls killed one and
ASINGT..N. Oc.tober 12.-Even.
i!-g-Th-- c .d fi om A pinu al ti
Ja a e-i isopen for businws.
Th stie -s, of the weather bureat
in forecaslinig frosts has leeu parti I
ly teaed. The signil office has juat
had another very decided huecet. it
116 new role of adapting its prob.bili
ties to the wanp of akriculture. Thi:
time it got nearly two days aheand o
Jack Frot, whose visitaitius havi
heen very entensive within the pita
twenty-fuur hours. It is believe<
that this new ability of the weatho
roports in noniouticing severe frost
will enable boytioulturalbsts and far
meis generailly to save many of thei
prodncts frone untimely blight, an
greatly enhance the value of th
lroba :ilities in the eyes of the entir
The departnacuts will be closed o
Londay and draped for thirty dayia
in repect forSeward. His last word
were,'-Love one another."
NEW Y ORK, October 12 -Cottoi
opened and closed firi-aupl-inds 19A
a Orleans 19J ; sales 2,358 bales
CInAU.LSTON, October 12.-Coitor
irn-middling 18 ; receipts 1,81(
bales ; sales 500 bales
Cotton opened and el..aed quiet ,nt
I t:and.t-nplkais 9.1 ; Orleans 10j
sales 12,00n bales.
A Perilous Position.
A Liverpool, En: ad, paper de
Se ibes Ole following Cur IoUs acaiduti
which rtcently bef.e olne of the road
in ti.at ciiy. It aippears that tle in
vxpleable flooding of a celler led t<
On ex;annit aution by the borough engf
neor, %h, ia the course of his inves
ti.. i.m, made t he start lang discover,
Shat lhe main ro~ad was gradluatll dis
.appeatrinag, it b.avitng alt eady sutak th
the di pth of th ret ieehea. lThae stret
.-arsa wie neve. thmele.,s runniing ir
thtir censtonnu ily caoltora t a maue,
andt' theo : a fi . ent a ely wa~s prlaoe dI
flng 1n i! the~ ilt rat . ti tood where ia
did. Notice was given to coa~s
w-'riang the si reet e.nsni, and~ menr wern
proou .tly senht tol open. the t: reet,
Swhae n it was faound that irn t akiing up
the sets th~e pick went thr..ugh iht
ell oh the srre.-t into a hollow fron;
which vapor of wiater piaffedA
large hoale wans then biokena in, and
.*asily w-s fond atbout t wty-tfivt
fet I ..g, eaJhteen feot wide," and
t'~ .Hoe teet deep, full of water. The
ali kn, immeaa~di u'ely unader tht
sa re, whieb c~~oeed thle openaing, al
hi oninast h yve auppo~ ted the road.
Wf3 "i"t ear t rack f or a conrsiderabhl
1. met, wvu- ubou~it a welve inchaes at the
tin Ina:4 pa. it. It toasistoed of the
j-itchaing of thne street, which wass for.
tunn..ll) in remtla-kabtle g..od ordrr
In 4::d~ a: ~ comnpdanoes aind rigidit
ado i-0 hIw .Q erO, thiat theren' i, a
-h. gree~ ol * .sl-ement to be lfannd ini
iirgneli-g in :. o, aor a bole lut.wnt
II vi le.d be~ig, iga.teen Ieet wid'e.
aw. lve lteeI der-p, atind fuall of waiter
With no.thiig bet a shell of etartha I
tout in thaickness between the car and
The Ship Noi GJinn Uip.
pThe New York Triatune Is coon.
dlent that Greeley will be eheted b~
the Soautheirn vote added to the vote
of New York, New Jersey, CIonnaecti
cu. tad Newv hlamnpshire. It is statedJ
that the Liberals will nmako a vigor.
ouis canvass to) the end. It, seems thant
the Case of aIndiana remnainasin doubt,
tiothi sides claim that they haive
carrad the State.
An acorn sus-tiended by a piece el
thread within half an inch of the bar
luee of water in hayacinth glass, will
ia fow maoithls, burst and throwa
root doan in-o the water, and shoot
uapawards its tat raight and taperiang temn
with beautiful little greena leaves.
A young onak tree, growing in this
way on the muantelshaelf o.f a roomn
i a very elegant and interesting ob.
A Southern paper says that "a fatal
disoase prevails atanong the chiekens
anwd turkteys of the Second Election
Dastrieo, ira th is county." The caim
"pain" is probably what takea themn
Divorce lawyers in Ulevelad, Ohion
Jhave to undergo sticks, stones and all
sorts of anss~iles from the husbands of
their fre nt.
.NEWS AND HERALD
i Iave lately made large additionis to their
And are now prepar'ed to execue in we*
As Cheap ascant be had Anyl
A Large and Valua e iver
PLANT ATION FORL SALE.
T FIDE subscriber offers foir stile that vaitta
1 jie plabniation, fornmerly the ropery of
Ifie lato John S. I erry; uliunie in Lantcas
(' tounty 'in the Wa'elete lIiver. co)ntaijn
ing :hree, thiousndc andi lirty (3050)I~ a reui
8Paid pintaion lies immrediat elynuv
Poy' Fery andhas n ita aer power
peartially imnprovedl. with n targ amnsint of
river ande branch botomns and about0 sixceen
hund1redl (1600) acrea in original foresis,
being well watered and very healthy.
Persona dlesiring to purchase. would do
well to examine the crop growing on the
place. which will satisfy them that it is
well adapted to the growth of both corni
Tho said plantation casi be treated (or
Iprivately, and If not disposed of at privato
Male, will be sold1 et public outcry, of which
.notice will be given
Possession given s~e seen as the present
erep Is Sath~ered. Terms of sale one third
cash, the balance on a credit of one and
two years with Interest. Titles to be exe
cuted when the purchase mnoney is paid.
T1 oneist Leuin thi markt ean be
sta10 JOHN ID, ManABLrYva