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nv (y ne year, - . $ 8 0
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From tho 0>p ith of yesterday we
epy poitimm W1 the Abb: and ulo.
1111 t 0 p, ech f 1, 1 n ! ll.1.. .\. T. Himn
at i A mitesman, deliered
G ee AS Clt'cley club1)s of' that city
nir 't ,In r. AIfter po-11
hov, Ih w thte co ncentration
f ti i A General Uoyerninnt
P j n pin 'turhy. o itrusti t
A" nh Awa tchu 11e mau tial law
oer thV V.Mh in time of r.eac was4
t4 M ko himk a 41i -tator. Once dio
It7.r the'it SuiiI whiat hecomes of
ii ty in tie rest, of the United
;t,. ? * f ( lie inferior ale.
inent'i of ao:ivty aro to be put over
it etuat ritr, if* the places of honor
u1 hili I is's of government tire to
i pit in I he i:aus of thos) who aro
ine:a::cita td fromt wanLt of charactor
taL ino m:jiI to dischargo their
uties iropely, A hat is to become of
0- i'ople It r their control, who
' ill b, k to t i ec iilt of such
I I - : nuph-, to be avoided and
nt 1olloiv'-d i Wht uniIst bccomDo
in th- und of thle .-pirit and character
o 'n -h ai eipi iom a Conltinluation
if, : 1 K 1 N lux lg i-;lationu, and aftrc l
a l .ng courL!e of such tieatinent froo
th. i wl.o raln'ly coiit r'ol them, in
Sliict tit y 'tc niothing so evident as
aI a' to itegrade them and destroy
th.ir ef Lp ct '? If we arc to
jo<e the future by the past, have we
n right to expect any other thn
th e re ults if G 'eneral Grant and his
pir I- 'vou~ld be continued in power I
And i-; not all this involvedi as a con
m i I wC'ni'e Cf th11 gi'eat political con
' awieb'l In a iii w days will be de
d ? Was thorei as much diffor
e to ICuropean civilintion between
,w wAI VOauL Vt unducated Teutuin
t;il ('it and tle Sarenii of' that day
t ( i) is to t ho ue civiliza
tn het- weenl the lt ;idical and
i'ty supltanlg G reeley at the
S 1 ' m. f o I.e(t i11 ;.
"t jibow that IVe
I eiey d i we . nu and a par
d Ipac! in power a V m l tl
\V'1o Will 1 ,Iat the South p.
Snin 'V Oat uinde ieuc ue Ii
u will cI jy ral pea1ce, withi
.I.. . . 4.1., tir.dt) long ns
they dl th'r duty n( violatto no
lw i, blt thit ech ian may rt'pose.
i <pilt under the hhadow or Is own
\ in,- and1 (i iree, wvit hout .-y a p t.
henr ion of bewing drugged to a rThM
4i nr i'on, naiot1 t 'o riine' y :ly v long,
but to nieomplish ia plitieval purpose.
-- a it urae , perhaps, of' hate and
Iv i I I w.c paut tlis leader and
ti j.'ty ill that' iiil, do's anly mtan
imi ' ti at wt lll ty te futier
.1r10s f . i, iil~i the o enrtin o l
.I 1 in t In h~ ns oftei Ceta l
) all.. : .. ,I' ad the: 'orhe tenden
.1 ' . Ir6 'di-u e i i n!V i?:~ ourit politi-C
w sa 'In t ' if, b im ld thet
'o1' la r, un>' Iith peopl cani hed
t' a.lI -er, iia t Lsa itt iii l aof po u-'
I ir. r ih. yi , t ii' h .\et~l iian libety.
a Va . t'a anv i'~ I 1S Ian douti whre
'i.a t a' ' -I t h'la.e we toii b e s old that
i i' - Re-T honet andil phower-e
'1l u i P- in th is greatI la t'Rnd
idews tao bleh fir'1t .it thid ?i R-'ot one,
1 wt; i Kll doi noiR 1n lainR I w1k il ll riide
Sa theyal wt i!aiv ih't~ or dcurty. r'te
a(tui fior \V lw I I hi ndud I Rt liltth ptreat
ni i ( i ofh lmth atl for t het u is
I tinu 'twe of thos mela~:stue toa
t st en i aio nol b to IA. :'ic na' li ery
:( l h~a 1 t aha linnr :uid U i'e s of Seathe'
Gom~an :, s fr as m vrocn
.uh t'm n l'': him. tIb i' ty!,t house he'
tin irl I' wlilt refuse th''rle bucket of'
tall r ta t is 'a iti rd iior til .1ie flu.r
~en ii the haa' unot he clanwhch hohlis
t rli. i' i (illhe c tntr)ry, of l th o theZ~i
.i (i't R an t. d ' c i r as 'on t p o ti e an
viis a iit ht sdol t I wi ll no ajujj t Coly
c' no'\ wih a kin isn honsth p.1urpyo.a
:'ud'I il laliiio him aisii oiagand
I'l.ild 'y meti in )ieturn.111 ~~t.i
jthet~i 'uh tr'a bit Iflh l till rC'it
t het <ib't i. Viii the ' tob lsare i abou
tin' ! ta r mt her t o u'tbre iku'. ii e ira
U. ten~i~ii i 1ne tvir fromi MarI'ion
cour is deced nocessary on the
plart of those having interests in Mis
S~isipi County, boausO of the numer
ous exaggertod. stories th.it have
been iroiilg a ted concernil ng tho lato
trioubdes.- emph/is Avalanche.
A (loomy Vicw of Moses
The Clieter lb-prtor says :
Of the StUto oilicors elect it is slfli
cient to speak of tih princi pal figuore
in the picture: the Governor, Plank
fin J. Moscs, dr. 110 is tle tian
suited to tho occai,ion of a thoroingibly
demoralied stato (if society, vmnlh as
now exist in South iCarolinat. Timi id
by iature ; wealc i!id vuieiitating inl
till gol ilitelitiolns itaitd purltposes : yet
lie is bold anId fearle:s to do wron,
111A sli nclss to faLece publleVi opiniiOll.
A man Who ean forget not (.lly the
pa!t history of the State, but. his own;
alld who with case can n1111 his bick
upon his own race, anl glotif'y him
self in so dolrg ; lie is perhaps tile
fittest of ll rnen to take thie letd at
i time when it looks as if wo were
passing into a cotdition of iiongrel
ism stich its enjoyed by somi1e of tlhe
South American Republies. If' he has
a spark of conscience or feeling left
(which we doubt) it may disturb his
easo for a second to know, that, with
his election, thesun of tle prosperity
and happiness of the peoplo of South
Carolina sets in a night of impenetra
Wednesday Morning, Oct. 30, 1872.
SW-P Correspondenco solicited fiom every
sCtion or the country.
Our colutnn 11arte open Io :1 role a free
liscussi(n1 (:f nlly principle, theory r i:ll,
bItit Wo ar-e ill nto wnfly 'e'it1ihII t! For ItI c ie ws
or opinions or responiinti
T. I0SS 110 BEl1TON, Edito'.
1011ACE (41 EEL EY.
1RENJAM IN GR ATZ BIIOW N.
Condomnation CUlled For.
It has been pretty well itcertained
that over three hundred wivite meln in
this County faile' to attend the plls
on the 16th Ult., and that a like
apathy ill other (ountics has caused
tbe de'eat of Gov. Perry, our Lan
did.te fCojr (Xui es.. I this h, the I
efe, and their is ah.u inuint i rocf to
nahktaItiate it, Wo i:liow of 1.o 1.1.
goae .strong enoinh with iwhi to
%-1144 'atnd denoulico their couMe.
411W41) everi exl(pect to .:e
treated as freemen . , .hey "!ie ru
piniely oil their bacik., and itai (
Inl.:%v ph-antoml (fhA* ?"
t.att out help thesliS.ves, Can't ex
$cet. assistance fromi others. And
just so long as a Ilargo n u ,ber
of four whito men te1 nt Ili con1tent to
remain lit hoieiiC on clection dyi, anid
fail to bast tiheir hlloItls tin tle .iie of
liight anid Ilies'.y, juist -so hang wril
we conitiinue to be oppres. l at.d niis
What Came fr'om a "Rolt.'"
in lookinog over the result of the
reconiat contest itn our t'ounty, wet are
iiupresse'd w ithl the dill.rece betwee
it. and thait of 1 870. T1wo yea:rs ago
the whites tande a pretemise of a fight.
with thle Radicalis, a, aits a ma~it tee of
connr~e, came ~~ilt se'condit he t. it
18X7, hoawever, wise counicils prevaii,
an d the Deoerats, ais the whites are'
fantiliarly knowni, kept thi mothas
sht ,li o w, amtil on th da0 ily oIf elee.
tion muslter' in suilhcient force to tturn
lleg u lars, thlerchty securinig a board n of'
hlonest ati respect ale ('outtlty ('om1
imissionters,an1d an hionest ,hardn work ill
colotred men fort~ai thle Sen11at , Iinoraint
though he hie, stiill in good saan ini g ini
the comm11unity, and1( biy nto Imean d iis
ocredi Itable rep resent1at iv~ ohf hisrc.
l'or this mnehu are we itndebted to a
hiand ful of outspoken col ored miiet,
wihio refused to bend the ir k~nees to a
few so caflle leaders of' thleir party.
Th'lis is sinply the fruits of the large
mass15 mleeting which oonvened in the
Couiit l[ouse a short whilo after the
assembling of the regular Republican
nom1Ilinatinig con1vention-. In other
words it is the leginte oft'.pring of
the "D1olte: s' "' miov'emlent, wich klwas
fully inaungurated about one moth
ag'o. Its partiali success isi attributa
ble directly to the suIppor't it recevive'd
from the whiites, and to themi in part
belongs the credit of it. To~ our
friends throughout the County who
ave it anty counftecl~ile wvhatever', we
can say that wo hiavo alCompl ihetd
mlore thlan we could reasionazbly havo
expected. Th'ei legislative part of
the ticket, as a whole, was obljectioa-t
ble,,atnd it -sas not to be supposed
that it could be endorsetd entire.
Tiakon all in all, hlowever, tile gon
eral result is pleasant to contemplate.
Of one thing are we certin,
anld that is that the powe~'r andi in
flnenje of theo League is at last bro-I
ken, and for the first I tm "since free..
dm"we boblt d the color'ed people
v'ot ing in~dependently. WVe ha iI t his
las ant ausJpicious cvent, and1( believe~
that better ilnc nar slonel of ,,.
Sanlight is at laist breaking through
the political horiNon, hitherto so dark
and gloomy, and the dawn of peaco
and prosperity iE not far in the dis
Our cry is, long live the "Bolters."
Bureau Estimate of the Cotton Crop.
The following is the substane of
the report of the Agricultural De
partunceu on tho condition of the Cot
ton crop :
"The September report of the sta
tistican of the D.-partmtint of Agricul
hire indicates a declino in the cotton
crop prosprect during the present
1lontihi in comirC(1ieo of the cotton
entoripillar in port-ions of Georgia,
Florida, Alabaiw, Missisi ppi and
Louisiana, and of a drouth of moder
ato severity in Ak msas and Ton
nesse. The cOn d ition of the crop;
as shown by the average of returns
received, is as fol!ows Virginia, 97;
North Carolina, 1~01 Houth Caroli
na, 95 ; Georgia, 96 ; Florida, 92
Alabama, b8 , M i.sissippi, 90 ; Louis
iana, 86 ; Texas, 94 ; Arkansas, 78;
Tennessee, 92. ''he prospects thro'
out the entire cotton orea, which a
month ago favoted a yield of live per
cent. larger than the average produot,
promises at the present time about ten
per cent. less than the average. The
inercase of ac-eage over last year,
and the unfavorable character of the
esason of 1871, titill point to a mnato
rial increase in the total crop of 1872,
wli!o a possible vx: Onsion of in-cct
ravages or an early occurrence of frost
'nay modify the present expectationi.'
Tih Presidential Election.
On tlie 5th of next month the great
Presidential contest will be decided
and either Gceley or Grant will be
chosen to the Chief Magistracy of the
nation. To the people of South (faro,
lina the ret utlt is all-important and
momentous, aid they naturally await
it with atlmost breatlhless anxiety and
interet. Whatever it may be, wheth
or for or against us, our duty is no
less imperative, for we helieve it do
vOlves upon every I onest, ian in the
State to repa ir to i is voting precinct
-n the 5th prox., ail .iast his votce in
fivor of the stad aiu-bearers of Re
ca:neiliatiin aid lieform. Any one
refraining tom so doing virtually re
fases "to clasi. Iiaela across the bloody
clh::m," and f.,tcits his right to good
governnenxt. 'Iihere is not the slight
est doubt but that Grant will get tlan
13eveni electorn1 votes of the State, but
4 tei( rt eles iiionbelit upon the
Lilera 1 m U-tn crati i l..ry to give
Gre eley and Own its olid vote and
11 pp1ort, and thcrelp% put. on record
its coidctons t ion of th p' 11
tional -adiniijstrition. We bu>'8
thait Greeley e in be (1lected, and in
case iiu- h te the re. tult 0f the pend14ing
eect ion, w-e will haveo no climi u pen
him tuless we etidorse him at the
poulls. Wo inisist then thait it is
lie duty of all good cit izens to t un
ou t on the 5-.h and't vote septarely for
the Aiberal JDemIberatic .Electorp.
1.et it not bie saxi1 that our acit.ionai
lowed that we were indIilferent to
thle su)cceSs oif I1. ei.. i:e of nat ional
reform. 1 et tus rather proeve that,
though in a hiopeless iniority, we had
thn-eiourage to* s a nil by ou r friends
tinuatuiit of de pth- andi sttlcorrup
t iin. It is 0 ue to lhe Liberal liepub
lican., whox have t ken otur part, that
we suht aln t he in by our votes, and we
owe it to torlscho to vindliento the
pledlges oh the N at ioial I )emocoracy.
oco more we say, go to the polls.
V inds and~ couniitry men, your sall is
at s t k '; your hoi.ori and mnanihood arc
invohked. l'iove to the w orld thatI
you will not desert your princi
lIes, aind that nto terrors cant keep you
fromn sustaiiinirg -H-~iglit anid J istice.
GJive honiest old 1lorace GJreeley your
unidi1vided support , and rally arotund
the banner upon wh iihI is inscribed
Universal Aminesty, Ileconciliation,
and Peauce. Whether or not ue sueO
eeed, the proud sit isfaction will bie
Ours to ted.i se that we con tribuiitoed
put, to I! ight thei cobierts of l ad ical -
The ou-Ilii ection returns of tis
Counity give A. S. Wallace 1,864 ma
jority over Ex-G ov. Perry. Trhey
show alho thait seitrcel v L.ot moire thtan
800 whito personts voted in the Coun
ty, 1 believe not over 850. The
white strentgth of the County is about
I ,200, thus proving that at least 350
white men failed to exercise the right
of suffrage on the 16th inst. In the
light of those facts it is natural to
inqjuire into the causes that indueed
so large a number of our White fol
low-citizenIs to abstain from voting.
Some say it was apathy and indiffer
ence, which is no doubt ,true to a ccr
tain extent, but whnt. led to thtis
ano~thy was a gcnnel dlaaivationn
of the conservative elements of the
County. In other words, there was
no conoort of action among our peo
ple, no onthusiasm stirred up, and n<
plans of battle drawn out, whereby
the masses could unite as one man
and present a solid front to the com,
mon foo. Nor can we ever, Mr. Edi
tor, hope to accosiplish anything po
litically until taught by sad experi
ente to not more harmoniously among
ourselves. No enterprise of any kind
can be made successful unlessa push
ed forward with vigor and energy, and
no fond political scvIoie can be car
ried through without untiring work
In some sections of our County resid<
good men who are not contiguous t<
Post Oflices, anld whose facilities fo:
obtaining general information and in
teiligence are very circumscribed
These pursuo their avocations qiietly
and undistui'bed by political excite
thent, and it is not natural to siupipos<
that they will take interest in matters
anyways remoto from their own fire
sides. Such tnen can only be reached
by spirited canvasbing, and eannot b
moved by newspaper appeals, or by
their own obligations hs freemen
They are angrossed in their own pri
vate affairs, and tako nbthing to dc
with public concern, This state o
things establishes the necessity for a
ehango in our usual mode of conduct
ing political campaigns. In the firt
place we must get rid of "old fogy'
'party leaders. Men who have beei
identified with County polities foi
twmnty-five years have certainly rm
their race in that line, and will li:n
private life their proper sphere. Un
der "the new order or thing ," w<
necd active young men to take tht
helm, and trini the sails. 'he old
ship has stranded, and the new ont
requires fresh hands. Youth and
energy must take the places of oh.
age and infirmity. We warnt leader:
who will go into a campaign witli
their coats off, who will go before the
people, and adsiso themn as to thcir
duty. We want leaders right here in
Fairfield County %%ho will neig h
with the masses, and urga tio t-)
come out on electain days i rebui
froud and corrupt ion. We v .r
leders who in every cnmip;.i ii wili
na ke a completo o.mvt'ss of thie
County, Penid I-peakeis i.1 every 'Towvin.
ship to address tho voters, and sec tc
it that on the day 'of clection, nver.5
white man deposits his ballot in the
ballot-box. In other words we want
thorough organ'z tion aniongst our
true citizens, and,until we do have it,
we will always lir'd the negiocs foot
upon our necks.
Wo have g6od men amongst is,
mien of learning and experiet.ce, who
in te gone by have served theii
couin-v ereditably and faithfully,
Thir~ grey' Itars are mnonunments of
their past usefulneci, and 'vurt, vcne
ration and respect. Ilut SeO I1ia,
politically, of these relies of former
days is forever ended, and they must
of neessiity yield the precedence to
the vigor and activity of the riig
generation. "Old dogs can't leari
newv tricks." Trhe present age,is one of
progress and improvement, and its
proper reprosentatises are surely not
the remains of past decades.
It is certainly too late, Mir. Editor
to remedy our recent disappointments
in the political arenia, but we can at
least profit by the lesson they teachl,
and gird on our armor for the fututre,
with our hearts full of hope. Alore
anon. JUV MN IS.
The eccen tric but brilli-ant ,John lIa n,
dohlph once rose suddenly uip mn his seat
in tho 11onse of itepresentatii ves, and)4
sc ream ed out at. 1he top) of his shri !I
voice, '"Mr. Speaker ! Mr. Speaker!
I have 'h iscovered the Philosopher's
stone(. I: is-/ l'/ a you go /" John
Rlandolph d roppedl many rich gems from
his mouth, but never a richer one thant
thai. "Paty as you go," and you need
not dodge sheritfs and constables. "Pay
ais you go," and you can walk the
streets with an erect, back and manly
front, anid no fear of those you meet.
You won't have to cross the street te
av~oid a dimni or look intently ini a shop
windo)w,' ini order not to 6(ee a creditor,
"Pyas you go," and y'ou can sinapi
youir finger at the world ;and when you
la ugh, it will be a hearty, honest one,
and not like the liangh of thae poor debt
er, wh lhooks airound as though lie was
in doubt whet hei' mle lan h was notA
lie property of his creditoi's, andi not. iin
eiide'd in articltes ''exemipted fromt at
iachmwent.'" **'Pay as you go,'' anid you
wvill nmeet smiling faces att homne-hap,
py, chierry. cheeked, s:ni In g child rena
a conteited wvilo-a cheerful hearth
stone. John Randolph wvas right. I:
is theo Philosopher's stone.
Of one thing we feel sure;, if the A d
ministration cause continues to weaker
fromn now till November, as it has
fromi October 8th till now, and if the
opposition continue to exhibit the
active anid resolute spirit they arc
now displaying, we shall camrry both
1iuana and Ohio, and elect Greeley
by a majority of 25 electoral votes.
RL. Louis rnpuhlican.
Urime In Irciand.
The New York Herald says : Ire
land is again excited by Lhe opposing
agencies which have produced so much
grief and misery to her peoplo during
very many years-lgiarian outrage
and political agitation for local legis
lation. Connaught moves for the
"wild justice of revenge" M unster is
agitated for the, purposo of obotaiinzg
an alteration of the constit ution .> the
British Kingdom. Several laInd own
era have been shot at and other gross
outrages perpetratl in to county of
l i yo. In Limewri k, ;Nir. isane Utt.
proposes again h is i j.ct for a chat"n
in the aut of union with EiNod.
The material and inJustriAl home in
teresh of the re'n Isle sulfer spe ere
between the extreme , and th-it, tot, .
the ioient for the openintg or the
session of the imperial IiII. no it
approaches. 'Tie Iiah still suif.r in
Ireland, so the emigrant exodur r.h
to A merica is still a nat itial and a
most natural. movementi
The New Yorkc T, ih~ntc : :
We need nin in p w er It ' a
ington who vold xert (v. i y b Oii
mate influenen to ipfmi'le \ort'th ann
South, white d'1 lack, so :i to LahaI:
us truly one pelli. but siu a, re
conciliation would inevitably e, in
to oblivion. it' lnot ignoIIiny, thiose who
now revel in the 4Aoliation of the
South-who can only flouri.,h % hi I
each facO fears aill hates Ote othecr,
and lt deral Iyonets ii.-d t I Ie
doination of' th ea, I-::!
Even South Carolina w.nd s. I --
trieve her1self were not l.er lb
tematically iniroed to repd thi
whites as thair enemies, intet In re
dueing then to slaviry. Oi' this i
tesitine wa-;r bletsrs. lr- , Cl ,
&c., are th. \,itua i -mittt.s and it
kecps the South tt:z--.. ;i-re-l
e, po1. It it
b to ,I th , !
A ne wdem:a-ob . r o
Il -l- t 1L .. .- 'I - W '.>: '. :
death. n1 1'1Il t'.. J.:, t . T
that hp'i~mi -:.ito hr
. t e .kn iin -
C. .- d a !.p e.m te
lpers ."~l~ C' mu' i te ",i
l'ritist .i'uahc p Qc. . -..1
I':M-ice mi )a ha- appemled t o
the 'r f o f.,r
redress an i:.t the .\51nid r of :
nte rior, th.. Pl e.. t I of I
others Who tojok ,;It jin b~. UNr- 1 ,.'
from F'ranece. The:eae .wai
cfe it f ito: wI ;hr i . - I .
p l'en al coe. Sh ih A i h - f., r
disegarded theliic i. we : . e
oafic st, he4 pari.tidc' c In:rnei an
w4ill vi 1'i,imself ofvi l. 1~ 1 ' ..m4 u
tor prourg thein reavnmi4 n h t hi thi.
oxitibitiigenisf i ae '4d h -
mbt of thaz le whl~t lo nve oit
pitnet hikemt hi cinn'~4 ry.
ward. Ralli giif r'il ih. stm
a The sltilin l u - - hi ,' Iit.L0 . 4t
y eaance ti i ;1th r to t .. .i: w -4'
peitrfy in te r ha tiat ' tli i t41
ialeu nttl to Is -th.iui e ru
cent, frcto ale--rne
heen iit at I.'.ae n 4h .
Ah lolonie g.e1n
emlnoyedub in. the i s t r.
yThe folloin hibf re cei igti t e
zens of this cuty tre arreIed~t gos
last Sna rtt b el .
Iitiia bentehn .n aiiedb that nIi
United 'n State Gov4er n i t) ; l~t.ciiv. 11.tt.
Wb .in .N(li,'Ja'es li. wilcan' ,
exthib 2itng12 hielf .t lvi: r.o
troops have evactiuted liihim, ate
the French garrisoi in arcled in aini
.%s IN GloN, 1). C., (Out,., 2$5.---T' i
Agrieult ral livdrep t says, raturns hav
beven received flomt counties repre
senting z aige proportion of the
wh : 'tea I ,(acI State, ubich indi
eit1 an ii en-whe of About live per coni
o. r I" i (b0, of last, ear, whiel
w.,:e . e t ;.: :- . ;n hu1 4red it I,
t' h ty 1:li.m1 bWOh! It is probAl
b0' I ::# I em ' l.1ed 4i,::I n il
.,t f,. :- :! -1 f w., he11rl :: r , N
inI Ii I ton I 1n1 1 a l ' 1 i f :
1 itl in 1 th: t. 1- tw0 1i xn ru ( .
TH.i wi nI n a theit i:-!d 1, aiu ,,% '! vl11
welve :.nil Ithirteen MuAh; per a=r.
w i b emy bec n ie :, v:.I!
f V Ih f' ee I a e T.. iL r.-:
:,:; c :S to - a ut fif teenI rulloq,
Mi~w YoLK, 0:4. 2-d.-J is rurnor.
ed1 that I-n'sPocabiuntais has th<
tllalhIy. 1)ie hundred and fifty stree
ei s aid ify stages have beel tike
t1,. elo.d lettinI.z and drenching have
been found to I- fai!nies, and inanj
hir..:. ve t!ied from the trealttnenit
A.\n.: th varij' redc ie;, nsed aic
I utit- cf tar' and.. hel:rdonna,
e ni i-,, In homeolathijnlly, and
Sa. Io( : co i o'Und 1,00.1 !1 ro e of
the1 vMhat f1l ndll; thc, just
l1-(J hm,4 i:- if k, only- regnedy w h
it . I t I
-\A l o :; .: (n :ta S .t :1
e .no~unica t ' o t;"! t f h
'act 1~ Au L it I t mbu oLh Patt..
w ,- I .\.ii a d 1Vu, Or
tla t ai :. - . '.a n o : ; e -
ile ivy Wt,: Ut night, but thbe her--a
di:e.aw is sCverier than ever. NU hur
s.i .cen ol tile strects.
11t:id carts atl porters pre deliver.
tn grods. The dhieuse appeared
un--Ig lht Cnnal horses along ii he I ine.,
A ecualW. Gr-eat UdA'i -ubs ik b-la iin
me .'ung covyance- for Nirt
r444 1: 4 . . t . ' .
Mr i. 44o
Vr v t p1. a W W;O lvi t yL
A 1 1 n, ,1 1t Q ' v a'ii ,in
.4 4. V1 -
Sys l~ ol bm.-Jk :imiliS; t and oths
4 ;'. t the.i that an at ina ;
S ' w en~ and lights dit
of t e that
. I p -g :. uca
4 ' . .u m 4 a O t ' .- l e
t.4 a Iiel aeasy trp re.. .
:44i1.1ah 44d t~lt lirely wi4 h
4. ~rn 4a .:tb, 1 4 '. -- *T h re
it t .h. 14 ('le <:: .41 d hn:-.-r vi
4.4 e n io .4 I' , 14 .... W'1 c,. li:t!.
444r, It .11in Tele 41 th '4 at41 \ ok
Ia c tli I An l < 1an 1in 4tion ofthe B.:ak
un t d volai ni' 'ma Vn' j141j4n,:.
)t 14n .. to the Ixtent i r y oft,t
*n I d . 4, i..r..aa'~
u* ( etiu r 204 . -- i D[1 .. on th
14. wi rat i'll ha t : 'rcain l4i. ve not,
diowned' 1 I'll 44 a vast a Ieutii. of propjer'
1*44.-I, O)ctohecr 26.-Wagons fill
2 'a ui b pi'ishaible intielcs are drawin
liy iinin. TheICre are ve'4ry few hor'&..
(.z the. i.t i, a.. O)nly) a few fatal
44o h, 1 t o a4' 4 l .u benVite
(4 t'he hor3'S wVas .'ueli'!enly takenI withl
4L .4'e. I- had all th11 .1 y'n; pio:::s' (41
lth: mala y , cougin o, ra,444ing 41 t the
4..4and eyeis, m4.d1 1.nelai4 levei'ht
nia od IS >} e~i in : '4)11d th f tj4'i
34Ir. Uecrgh suiggests as a remd~y
for preventling the herse dlisease,
cCImplete'I rest , warmi 411 bakets, no ex.
p-sore to dra t'l s of ir), d~iiinfectanitts, a
tota11 l b:,tinsince, bileetding, pro(strating,
e.4t har.t Ie., 2U or1 830 dropsi of TIiietare'
4of Iren inl a gill of .Jamnalea Rum, di
liut td p i war ;' gi ven every f'our
hour ill order to'I prt4eerve the strength
pr'ou ' cii''t. A pi4.stee boundllt
ro4und4 thle throa 0 cot(opl) osed1 of onel
joliton of' (yCilene lt'jj r niel twn (ir
I la(ra( e, vlio, roinctini since,
h .%v il ICL IL iu in i~er of prolininanlt, wter
ebiaits here. was taken into custody
-<1.4y (n li is aurival from France,
whci e he wa,.I, arrested.
:4pcie shi lanents to-dny, one and
ivo cigths inillions ; f.>r the week,
010 akil seven -eigthis Iluillions.
I'rrir no, O(tober 20.- E: -(ov
ornor Win. 13 Juhns.-on is dead.
Rocn us it, October 26.-- Cold
r-lit). Theo analiady repor!s are tiin
couragivg. iMore fatal c ees ha vo
been reportdl to-day Ann at anY i'o
SinIe it Ie Ili:l:ly tuade itsi p('.r4m -e
Mlen rie dling- their minll a lg
\Lany ein 4l44i-As .:re bid "" UN l
\l iliy arrive :ith dea .1 1 14. 1 4S a . rii
I : I d v r 11. r:.
.1 h 1i.1 ,Ino 'e r - F. Ill l- t
ly . l pd t! l TI i d i, I : I t u v
--t ~ ~ ~ ' Iliami:n 11, n i t ..
o t. . 1 , i l .
BA.T"M10, Ocob-r 20.-.
robterct lio nd bpr.:s ran huto ae ,-1
slide ncar York. Egineer 1 i ,
and tho 1 llen weru euab IW.
TIhic Pia14 1ige1S escapd~i~.
Nlttud ot al ( ut . 1u dr.1 fe K' .
!oenjmed q"ut aid piche-ln up-.
Iw s de 1d . (
W I. -rVo, O4b 2 .--Th
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nr i G :.\'l 4'141 ! ei.
At Pr'ivato Sae
- 44 a4 ll' I i r .44li 4, 4 .f 4e4t,
4 .. ;. ' - 4
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11A \'!Ni4 pr.aen ( ilh
th1e counht1ry', I 1:el war -
1 7l441f ill 444x-1ng 41ift4
Cl ii fil a4fi ii.u 11441 Il 11)1 '
in1 2h 144 nth41. All1 wor4l:
warranted hoa to give 4, sati .'.l-t-Ion. .y hp
isexdoro F---..4Grf .ll:-..
G Ie.lioci', &c,, jeitu receive hrb
fhb.. ..4 M IN t It -1 'O.