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SATUKDvY M..RNING, AUOUf*T 11, 1860.
?..?iji'^?.? It vins.
Tho Snv.um Ut Roijiiuli.ftii states that Mr. H. F.
Williuk, Jr., h ?m luid titn ?ml M lus rhipiarri, of a
?otii-'.ouur which hu has c?>utract?d to build for
Oaptuin Toubrook, et a cost of fnurteon ttioasaud
doliere, to bo nu. d a? ? nil ?t l> ?nt.
8ho will bo 105 o. t keol, 100 feet over all, 95
t oat on deok, with ? carrying ?.apaoity of 110 tons
She vfill bn built on tbo most approved model
( or spood, and wilt bn uuequailml by any vessel of
her class iu our waters. Tho bark Uordolia
brought oat bur mai un mt and ?leek plauk.t
Death op an Old Citizen?It is our painful
duty, save tho Savannah Nowu, ?if tho 8tli iustant,
to announoo ibo death of ?.en. J-niu W. It ?bun,
which ooourrod at bin residence in tbin city yes
terday moruiig. Tho deceased was ono of our
oldest and mml hin-iiiy esteemed citizens, baving
beoo for m ?nv yoara u prominent morohaut. Hu
was extensiv ly ku uvu innAujhmit mu H ate, aud
few of bia ooiemp ?rarios onj nod in a largur do
groo tbt? ounfideuco and reaped of bia fellow-citi
zens. We bo,iovo be was a nativo of Washington
A Gauiuhon for Coi.uMiiurt -Wo bave heard in
t i mations fwr .-ovorul *o?-ka that another military
garrison would sonu be emit to this city, aud it it)
?aid that tue '?.ig^ugo or soldier? arrived yester
day, indio .tin;; that the garr?a n ?ill aunn be
here. We truit that they mil he as anxious to
maintain order and onforeo tho laws as tbo great
body of tbo peoplo ot Columbus are.
The Augusta Press mentions the following ac
-u dont :
As tho op-bight train on tbo Georgia Railroad
' was passiug tno aevoti mdo post, ou Tuesday
evening, .a multatto boy, who bad fallen asleep
whilo sitting ?m tbo ttopot platform and was
awakened, frightened by tbo approach of tbo
train, jucapot asura from whore bo was sitting,
and by aooideut, fell scimsa the track. Before be
aould rocover himself, the train puaaud over bis
body, horribly mutilating it.
Mr. James Nathan 1311a, formorly proprietor
and editor of tho Into Daily Transcript, has bo
oomo associa, .od ??ill* Dr ' . Iro-ri in tho publica
tion and editorial conduct o?tne Macou, Georgia,
Tbo Miliedgovillo Union says that a Yankee
school toHi'liii-, win?, for a fo.v wecka past, baa
been teaching tbo colored children in that city,
and had succeeded in getting sumo a-lvanoed pay
ment, last week robbed the colored "gemman,"
with whom bu m stopping, of bis watch, pistol,
and aomo other article?, and left for parta uu
Tho Amor ?cue Republican rocorda anotlier caso
of atrocious villainy iu that oounty. A negro
named Charlo* Fug m violat-M the person of a
i'oung lady, am? threatened to out her throat, bnt
eft hor ou her promising not to reveal his crime.
He was pursued, overtaken, identified by fiie
Soung lady, ar"I acknowledged his guilt, when her
rothor eliot him, kilhu?; luca instantly.
The Atlanta tahiltgmtttfr aays that?
? dispatch from Raleigh, North Carolina, was
reooivod in this city yesterday, aakiuir for tho
arreat and detention of a ?nan named Clay, who
ie charged with aomo niibd.-uiounor. Our police
department sot to work aud soon bad in limbo a
,m;ui by that name, though it. is not positively
known if he is (h?? guilty party. He remains in
custody, and will bo held until parties from
Raleigh como on to identify him.
The Columbus Enquirer says :
The thermometer agniu Bcored 93 degrees of
heat yesterday ariornoou. Such weather effectu
ally explode? tho freedman'd theory of tbo gradual
extinction of ho ?t on tho earth, published on oar
lirat page. II the our; h h ?s only cooled clow., to
tho prosont temiv-r lluro siuee "tho beginning,"
wo do not think tuat we need be at all scared at
the present prnapset Df betug frozen to death by
gradual loss of warmth iu ourf*planet. We are
much more afraid ? f a Hotter timer coming.
The braneht'S in this locality have dried np, and
the creeks have oan-ly wator enough to "keep go
- bag." Tho corn is shrivelling und the fodder
vdying on the stalk. Gardens "waut up" some
time ago. If we do not get a rain soon it will bo
converted into s to. m when it doe? come, by the
oartb'a exterior heat.
Tbo Romo Courier mentions that tho prospecta
-of no crops ia indo, il apoalling. Tho earth seems
completely dr irtl up and m many places cracked
open. Many con Held- look like tho Simoon, or
some deadly win I, hid sapp ?d out the last parti
?le of life from its ??trnggliug oxistouce. What is
to become uf us tho Lord only knows. There aro
some signs of rain now (Wednesday evening), but
?s the top-r, who had signed the tempor?neo
ylodgo, said, "all ei-^na fail i?i a dry time,"
Homicide AT Wr.T Foi>t, (?a.?.V worthy citizen
of West Point, by ihouame.of Win. Carrington,
was killed I let Saturday by Hnrman aud Black
burn, wbilo tiying to pr?vaut a difficulty between
Blackburn's brother and Tuos Er vio.
Xoves ??oos.?\ gr-nttainau living in this oounty,
' byte?e name or S >1 !>T? ttlea, tomo fifty years old,
and not ? Ja< go man, ate sovrmty-threo raw eggs
in t?wn last Saturday. He contracted with a
family grocery lutrclia'ut fur ns many eggs as he
could sn??k. agreeing to pay 25 conta for the meal.
Ha ate all the merchant had and said "he would
like a few moro," but yet he did not wish to
?rouble the merchint to go nut and get thorn.
Ritme (Ga.) Courier.
' i t? a *
Sortit Cuioilna lierai.
The Wilmington Journal, of tho 18th, says:
The wcathVr on yesterday was extremely warm,
and the beut of the sun's rays at one time became
?o very powerful that persona oxpoaed to tboir in
fluoncb were in imminent poril of an attack of
aun-stroho. Ueyond a doubt, it certainly was tho
hottest day ol tue sen oil. Tho mercury of the
thermometer ?v 4} P. oC, stood at 98 dogreos
abovo zero, which is the stage of blood heat.
It-ito in tbo uiteniO'in i?nr conditi? u was eonie
what refreshed I y a slight but gouial ?bower of
rain, whicn bad the m s rod elfect, and caused the
morcuvy to fall 10 degrees.
A Fruitless StAnou.?The accomplishment of
a task is at tinies very difticult, nntwiihstanding
tbo nec,-H.->iiy which urges us to uudortake it, and
offmtinii'f- i? productive of but indiA'creut results.
This we frnnd tho oaso whilo perambulatiog'the
etreets yei-ter?lay, u?d r iho scorching rayB of the
boh, in our accu-tonu'd search after items. Tim
result, Indeed, was bavrfiu, aud ban but aifordc?
\x- a few small iiarsgraplm, which the reader will
p?ppse accept ns un earnest of our dosirc to do
DitPAiiTE? ?The dotaobmest of Federal soldiers
which arrived hero Irom Wilmington, N. O., hst
Thnraday af'ernnoi?, retan cd yesterday morniug
inthesteamtr Gov. Wortbv They werosentto
Fayottoville, wo uudeist iitd.at the demand of thu
Agent of the Freedinon'e Bureau at this piuco, for
the purpose of enforcing a decision niudo by that
officer. As we did not concern ouraolres to find
out wherein this reinforcoment was made neoes
fiary, we will make no comment upon the affair
further ?tbau to rejoice that no military an out of
a oitizon was made, and--that tho s-rgmuit and
his aix men have left.?Fiiye/eeDitfc N~?wj, 1th.
From tbo Fayetteville News of Tuesday wo learn
that tbo I'fucitil voto on the Constitution in Cum
berland county w os SOI for rejection, 10 132 fur
1 The store and warchouso of Mr. J. M. Looch, a
abort distHiire Irom Fayottevillo, on tho east i-ido
of Cap? Fo ? River, was burned on Sainrd?y night
last? The flr> is supposed to havo been incen
-diary, and roeulttd in tho outiro in-? of all tho
property. Tin*- damage Is estimated at $3000.
The voto of Wuko Couuty on tho new Con-titn
fcion was ?lu tor ratjifiodtion and 272 tor rt-jectiou.
Tho St-t?.C"nv?nti.?n, to appoint four gontle
meu for the Ktate at bug?' to attond tbo Philadel
phia Cotivei tion, will 'meet in Raleigh on Friday
next, tbo loth mut. Delegates will pass over the
North Carolina R ilroad fur ono fare.
An air-lino railroad irom Atlanta, Ga., to Char
lotte, N. C, lia?* been talked about for soveral
years past, and we aro tcatided t>t learn tbat
there is now good prn-mectof the work beim; com
menced und completed. We are inf rmed that
the necuaarv -tuck hin bf-en nubsuribed by capi
taUsta of New Y\>v*.?Charlotte Democrat.
IN THE CITY f
THE SU8SCBIBER BEGS TO
inform his customers, and the
pubic generally, that in order
to meet their "wants in the way
of SUMMER CLOTHING, and to
close out bis present Stock,
he has MARKED DOWN HIS
PRICES, whioh will accomplish
the desired object, regardless of
Annexed will be found a List
of some of the leading artices,
showing the present ana former
FEOCES AND SACES.
FINE BLACE CLOTH FULL DRESS
FROCK COATS.(88 $33
FTNE BLACK OLOTH FULL DKE88
, FROOK COATS. 85 30
FTNE BLAOK OLOIH FULL DREBS
8AOK8. 20 18
FINE BLAOK CLOTH HALF LINED
SACKS. 1? 11
FINE FRENCH 8ILK MIXED faILK
lined backs. 32 23
fine french silk mixed 8ilk
lined Backs. 31 27
fine english cass. full lined
.BACKS. 26 22
FINE FRENCH MOUNTAIN DEW CASS.
SKELETON SACK. 21 20
HARRIS GREY OAS9. SKELETON
SACK. 21 18
0H1VROIT CASS. SKELETON SACK.. 30 15
SDPER ENGLISH MELTON SEELE*
TONSACK. 33 18
DARK (?KEY AND BBOWN HAIR LIN
ED OAS-S. HACK. 14 11
COLORED ALPACA SvOK. 6 6
WHITE LINEN DUCK SACKS..$11, $7, $8, $10, 6, 6
COLORED ALPAOA SACKS. 8 7
BROWN AND GREY TWEED BACK... 6 6
BBOWN LINEN DUCK SACK. 0 6
BROWN LTNEN DUOK 8AOK. 5 4
BROWS L-.NEN 8?IT8, BACK, PANTS
A.? VEST. 10 8
i AOK 8TLK ALPAOA SACK. 8 60 7.50
BLAOKSILK ALPAOA SACK. 7 6
BLAOK ALPAOA SACK. 6 4
BLAOK FRENCH DOE CASS. PANTS.. $ 16 13
BLAOK FRENCH DOE CASS. PANT8.. 18 11
BLAOK FBENOH DOE OAS9. PANTS.. 13 . 10
FBENOH SILK MIXED CASS. PANTS.. 16 13
FBENOH BILK MIXRD CASH. PANTS.. 16 12
FRENOB SILK MIXEl) CASS. PANTS.. 18 10
LICillT COLOBED ENOLISH MELTON
PANTS. 18 10
LIGHT COLOBED FRENCH OA88.
PANTS. 14 11
OHlVtlUlT CASS. PANT8. 13 10
STRICTLY ENGLISH CASS. PANTS... 16 13
LIOBT COLORED OA*9. PANTS. 7 6
HAIBLISEDOA8*!. PANTS. 0 8
LUPINE H AIR-LI NEU CASS. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENCH DRAB D'ETE PANT8. 13 10
FBENOH JOINER CLOTH PANTS. 13 9
ENGLISH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 7 6
BL?\0K \LPAOA LINED PANT8. 6 4.60
COLOREO CASS. PAN'T?. 5.60 4 60
COLORED OASS. PANTS. 8 2
LTNEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 3 1.60
"V E S T ?.
BLACK CLOTH VEST8 (SILK BACK).. 11 0.60
BLA"K M?rm VESTS. 7 6.60
BLAOK BILK ALPACA VESTS. 5.60 4.60
COLORED 8ILK VESTS.'.. 7 6.60
COLORED 8LLK VESTS. 13 10
BLAOK AND WHITE ENGLISH OASS.
VliSTH. 8 6
BILK MIXED FRENCH 0A83. VESTS.. 7 6
QUEnN'B OLOTH VE8T8. 5.60 4.60
IIAIH LINED CABS. VES IS. 6.60 4.60
BROWN LINEN DDOKVaBTS. 8.60 3
BROIVN LIN EN DBILL VESTS. 3.60 3
WHIIEUAKdEIIaLESVE8TC.$7and6 $6 and 6
A FULL SUPPLY OF THE
FINEST SHIRTS AND COLLARS MADE
. Together with n Largo Lot of
GLOVES, NECK TIES, &c,
Wbloh will bo sold at oorroapondlng Low Prie??.
49* The Price il plainly marked on each ?rtlolo.
Capt. B. W. McTureous,
AS USUAL. WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN
acooit.moda.lng hi?, friends, and the pabilo In g?n?ral,
AT THIS PLACE, who are retpecttaU*? Invited to call.
Ill MA.TII?EN, AGBNT,
No. 219 King-street.
OHAHL?8ION, S. O.
Juiy 11 lmo
W \ ?N 'I K i> IM.n, ill % Ht? Y, ,\
'Vfcs??KL to load LiuutKr tor Now York, i??!,'Ut>
?thousand feoi cauaoity. Apply t ?
A GETTY i CO.,
No VI? Moi'tini!-?t i_i?t,
July 12 tliMn A< il North Atlantic Wbar?
REGULAR STEAMSHIP LINE
FOR N l : \V VU UK..
CAPTAIN M. B. CUOWELL,
WILL LEAVE AUGER'S SOUTH WHARF ON SAT
URDAY, August II, 1866 at 5>i o'clock P. IM. pre.
ciaoiy. RaVBN?L A CO., Agents.
New ?ork nun c hartas ton
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $20.
tearing each Forterorj AlternateTharstliiy.
BTBAMSHIP EMILY B. 80UDEB,
Oa?t. R. W. LOOSWOOD.
OAPT. 0. P. MABSnMAN.
rESB STEAMSHIPS, OFFEIUNO EVERY INDOOfc
MENT TO 8H1PPER8 AND THE TRAVELIN.
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Paesei
Ben, with tablea anppliod by every luxury thy New Yor,
and Charleston markets can afford ; and, for safety, apee<
ind comfort, are nnrlvallod on tho cosat.
ITTILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
VV THURSDAY, August 16, at ? o'clock
Liberal advances ruado on consignments to Now
For Freight or Pasiago, apply at the office of the
Agenta. WILLIS k OHISOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consignees in Now York?Moasrs. LIVINGSTON, t-'OX
k 00. August 10
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
STK\DISHIP CO HI t'A NY.
THE NEW A. I
THEODORE D. WAGNER.
CAPTAIN HO?>KV UAXTElt,
OF ABOUT 700 TONS BURTHEN,
WILL AOAIN BE IN BERTH |8B0 ? D TRIP) AT
COUNKY'S WHARF. Roaton. on Monday. August
13th instant, ready to roreivo freight, and will leave lor
Charleston, 8. C, on Saturday. August 18th, at S o'.-Iook
P.M., to be follow. U im'iieidiately by her consort of
same fIzp, and will meet with dlapa'ib.
Tbla Ltue la running rouulaiiy In connection with
tho South Carolina and Georgia Railroads, by which
Freight will bo forwarded freo of commission to Augusta,
Maco., Atlanta, Went Point, Montgomery, Ohatianooga,
Nashvlllo, Memphis, ..miton, Mlts., Columbia, Wauns
boro', Chester, Charlotte, N. O.
Consignee*, at Boston, Mesara. DANIEL LEWIS & CO.
For Proight or Passago apply at tho office of the
Agent A J, SALINAS,
AukusI 7 Kos. ai and 23 Vendue Range.
PACIFIC MAIL ?TiAiUSHIP ?LOMPANY'l*
CARRYING THE U.S. MAIL,
Through in Twenty-two Days.
8XZAM8HIP8 ON THE CONNECTING ON THE PACITI.
Atlantic, tviTH THK
NEW YORK.GOLDE* CITY
001 AN QUEEN.HAOhAMENTO
NORTHERN LIGHT.tGOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, Ac, fto.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND 8PLENDH
Steamships will leavo Pier No. 43 North Bivor, foot
of Oannl-ntreet, at 11 o'clock, noot?, t the 1st, 11th ani
31st of every month (except who a .hose dates fall ot
Sunday, and then on the preotvlliig Saturday), for A8a*U?
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of th>
Company's Steamships from i'unnm? for SAN FRAN
CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departures of 1st and ?Hat connect at Panama wltl
teamen for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN POi 8. Thuf-ii of thn lat touch at MANZANILLO
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rate?
uiiowed to si-fond t--.it.tii and steerage pun'.i.iiig. ra wltl.
ruuiillee. Aleo, au ulIo*iuice of ONE-QUARTER ot
thrniifih rat?? to clergymen and their families, tuxt
school Lach jr.; soJdiora having honorable dlachi.rgtc
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult
Bapk'5( ?-masM-i ?. accompTinj- baggape through au? at
tend to ladies end chllUreu without male protectora
Raggago re.- t\-.?l on the dock the day before BfJIu-i
from ateatuboats, railroads, and pasaongera who prefa?.
to send down . irly.
An exnerienued Surgeou on board. Medicino and at
tend* uce free.
For Passage Tickets, or further information, apply ai
the Company's Ticket Office, on the Wharf; FOOT 01
CANAL-STREET. NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
July 3 ?moo H K HOLM AN Aren'.
CHKAP PASSAGE TO OR FROM
BY HAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK.
AlBO, by the __
BPLENDED MAIL STEAMERS,
Hailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY ?4 Vit
from Now York.
Great Reduction In Fare to
California ant> austbaua.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Groat Britain ani
Ireland, at tha very Lowaat Bate?
Paasengera, on arrival In Mew York. wlU have thai.
hag* age removed Free, and every caro bestowed ot
For Plata??, kc, apply to M. M. QUISN,
r>o 6S7 BjHii S-naxxT, CaAat?rBXOri, K O.
February 37 lyr
Oit MH?Tu AND AOOKVjLLLii.
"ID H^A. , ?
Carr oHAtt. VTILLEY,
WILL WAVE 80?THKRN WHaBF FOR NORTII
EDI-TO and BOJKVILLK on ?'???.inlay, at 5
O'clock A AI.
For Freight or Paasngo apply on board, or at the
MOTTE A. FBI ?OLE, Agent,
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
CAPT. THOS R. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE AOCOS1MOPA ' ION WHABF EVERY
Tuesday Morning, at 0 o'clock Betnmlng.
wiU Ivave Georgetown ovory Thursday Morning, at 7
FrelRht rooolvcd tho day boforo Balling.
For Freight or paauage, i ppiy to
FfcRGUBON b HOLMES,
N. B.? Freight (prepaid) vriil bo taken Tor Landings
on tho Hoo DoeRiwr, to be trauaferred at Georgetown
to btoamcr B. fc. Boll. am ?Inly 28
FOR SAVANNAH, OA.,
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HKAI),
IF A. ILST 3SI I H3 ,
CAPr. W\ T. McNELTF,
-\T7TLL LEAVE ?CO. ?IMODATION WHABF EVEBY
W Tuesday Morning, at 6 o'clock.
Returning wtH ltjavu Havanna i ovory Wednesday A?er
noott at 3 <?'cl"ck.
All ?Say Fro.ght payable by ?-nippers.
For Fret?. Ut or Passage, apply ?o
FERGUSON b HOLMES,
July 28 em Accommodation Wharf.
JACHSONVII.LK ANO PKttN ANDINA, VIA
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP '
1000 TON'S B?RDEN,
OAI'TAIN LO?7?8 M. OOXET1EB.
THIS FINE SHIP IS NOW REFITTING IN NEW
YORK, and will resume her regular ronte to
FLORIDA upon the completion ot her altoraUons
Bho will li-avo Ntw York for Charleston on or about
the 2 2d Augutt.
Partira lu Florida, tlo? lrlng to recel ?-o Fralubt direct
by her, will apply to Captain OOXETTER. care of
Muaats WM. T. PEASE ? CO., Fuiton Iron Works,
how York, or to tue office ot the Agency, No. 17 VAN
DER u ORST'S WHABF. J. 1 . AlKhN b CO.
Antuet 9 thatu
THE: SO. OA. RAIltHOAI) COMPANY
HAVING BK.ESTABLISHED ITS RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING OFFICE, Mcchandi o and Pro
duce consign d to Its Ageut from the interior to North
ern ports, and from Northern ports to the Interior, will
be carod tor an<? shipped to the point of desUtaUoE
without delay ad free of ?commission.
Consignments to bo forwarded i>y sea mast Always bt
acoomponlod by Bilis o( Lading and Letter of Advice,
with instructions to Insure if desired.
E. N. FULLER,
R. b F. Agent
KB" The Obarlotte Times, Cheater Standard, and
Gt'-ennllo Monutainser, each copy one week and send
bills to this office._Jnnwag
BABITAN AND DKL.A WAllE BAY RAIL.
ONLY DIKEOT BODTE TO LONG BBANCH?THl
whole distance by rail?no ctan?? of cars?no trav
eUlng by8?age On ml altor Friday, Juno let. lB?ri,
thi train h on tb'.r Road will lu- vr the liopot of Oarnden
and>.AtIantlc Railroad Company, at Cooper's Point, Cam
den, as follows, viz;-9 20 A. il , Ezpieas Train for Lone
Branch uud Neu- York and intermed?ate Stations; B.S(
A. M.. Mall aud ExpresB ror New Yo k
Reluming, Train? leavo Pier 82, foot of Duane-atroet
North River, via Htcautbuat Jobo Hoyt; at 1' A. M.. Ex
press Train for Long liranah, Camdon and interinodlat?
Station? ; sni' l V. M. for all Stations on tho Road.
Foro lo sud irom .*. ejv York or Long Branch, $2.
Excursion 'i'lnkots to Long Brauch from Caniden, $ I
June 18 amo WM. N. CLAYTON, Rup't.
tSTo. 193 EA8T BAY.
J. S. SCHIRM a,
ir7HOL>fflALK DEALER IN FOBEIGN AND DOMB8
VV ?IC RICE. An assortment of all grades con
tantly on hand._3moa_June 28
NEWS AND HERALD,
No. Ill Bay-street, Savannah, 6a.,
OFPIflAL PAPER OP TUE CITF,
Ib assigned tbe public At ion of
As having tho
In tho City and County,
And Publishes the Legal Advertlaomenta of nearly overj
County which baa iti Advertising dono In Savavannab
It in the
BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUIt
In Its Secuon of the State.
Daily.$10 por Aimm
Iri-Wookly. o ? ?
tVookly. 3 ."
S. W. MASON.
KtUtor and Proprietor?
MAKE UP YOUR CLUBS,
NEW TOEK NEWS,
BENJ. WOOD, Kditor and Proprietor.
THE ONLY IIK< O?.MZ. !> IM MutBATIC
NEWSPlPKR PI ?LISHKD
IN N KW YORK.
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE NEW YORK NEWS HAS BATTLED AGAINST
despotism for four years of hlo.nl und terror, In
assertion of the sanctity of the Constitution. A patriot?
Ism sufficiently broad to otnbrooe both soctlous has boon
Its only guide, and it rofers now with honest pride to Ita
rooord to show that it has not turned to the right orthe
left under all tho viol-nce of arbitrary power.
True to 1b principles as TUE new.?h bas been tUrongh
the reign of terror, it challongeB puhllo confidence In
honesty and Independence for the future.
The political transition of tho pr?tent day opens to
THE NEWS a new and wider Hold of us-fuluose. Stan d
Ing now as It*' ways has,. n the inviolability of the Oo
?tltutlon, accoi tng to tho lnterpreuaioc of the str
oonstrm-Unntsts, it preset.ts a rallying ground for all,
both nocuous, who are friends of a ?touerous conserva
tism: As a true and tried exponent of sectional amity I
occuplos a position which makes it tho fitting mediato
In holding up to tho party cf ordor in both section?,I n
tercsta and principles that gave breadth snd vitality t
their alliance. As an Intersectlonal agent, devoted O
freedom pf election, to trial by jury, to the sanctity
tho habeas corput, and oppos-d now, as for four years
terror It has buen, to tho ceu Initiation thatdarest?
tramp to on tho rights ol States, North or South, THJ9
NEWS placea itself as a candidat? for support bofo rot
great body of thl. once free peuple.
The circumstances of the moment make tho diesem
ruination of the principles of 'J HE NEW? a duty of in?
divid?a) patriotism. Every man who concurs In It
doctrino niubt, if he entertain a true setiso of freedom,
do so in no spirit of indifference, but rather with the
earnestness of a high trust. Justified, nay bound,! n
bis lovo of llborty to do so, the proprietor placea th
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