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ItALEIGn, V i:i)M:si)AY, rJ0UST 20, 180G.
NO. 45:
JOB WORK ssssatel with bhiiihs st ths fcssn
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General Annuity.
- - Jo almost attth aomesUeT HSdwhetva
' civil wars, of which r hire my record tali.
. twy, oblivion of the pas has been justly re
it, tMdl M accessary prelude to durable pew.
A general amnesty was proclaimed in England,
In 1660, ! the restoration f Charles H, from
y which the Sing excepted no aim. The French
...... devolution is rjch in amnesties, and at the res-
; . location all proseentioos on account of political
' ' offence were forbidden., Ia all the Italian tad,
' - Portuguese revolution and connter-revolntrohs
nth aniucues nave been proclaimed, with fvw
or bo restrictions. Oue of the first official arts
of the present Pontiff of Rome, anon Lia ecces-
ion to the Bee, fa 1848, was a proclamation of
torgtveoess and releaa to all who were ia exile
f or confinement under political charge And to
eome dowa to our ewe immediate day, the latest
filBtcliiyiH Bashed acro
tUe lnct that Victor Emanuel has just Ax rtd
.a unyuiililitd amnesty to.ali persons a his (lo-
I.. ..A al. . a 1 ' a a .a,
miuiojia, ha hare made tliamsvlves liable t
State prvsecutmn during the Very recent waroa
-the peninsula,
-: . s It I a aielancholy eomutentary apoa Itcpub
licaa Institutions, that pur .own government
t alioutil have so long presented, and should still
present In anomaly and an'" exception in tils
. matter. :ewJrlcca jiwniUs Uve elapsed ainee
- the terminatioo of the great straggle which
convulsed the country, and there are still thou
t sands of our citizens, many of whom had no
really prominent agency ia the war, who are
H lilfoSgl
privileges iif cftisnlirp.'1fWorae than this, the
party in power, with a malignity anparallcled
In the hixtory oi ihe most barbarous nations, nriS
seeking to uu.lo all ol clemency that lot already
" T Wn flfW by the Ewutive, la the eier
.''sjUeof hU prvntpstlve oT' panlon, and to, dif
ftT rrshrltW ami degrade, with 'few exceptions, an
irtlre! conimonit.r'. 'Sneh idifleitious are well
v calculated to prtiroke' a Uoii whether bur lyi.
... te ofgoreroment lie n-ally the model of -4
5 iitfcal'ritnnBjt perfection,' thai we have fceen
M" long aeniitomcji vaunting! y to proclaim it.-
U It speak poorly for bur boasted progress ia
. . civilisation, humanity and Christianity, that we
" -.,; are ouUrippcd in each by the effete' moharchlcsl
, ol Europe, Independently of the divine Injuno
" " tion of torglvenesa, which even some Jacathcn
" , "miran3 hieul(:ie hjtig before it was proclaim
. -, ed on lite hkhiiiI. there 4s every consideration of
j sound Bute policy that . Impels to that entire
' mutual f orgiveneee and rvconcilialioa . that can
H.r on!y It eoponiplUlted through the uedfum of a
f aural mnnfty .. y
H.retf're,th.im.ty baw been good add
sulK.jint reason-that have Influenced Presl
knt Jiihusoa tn delay this important mat
ter. T bare lrvcd and . dr(led. in as
r JlT !ipkrtU-lt-Jiuibma!lUttj lUulical nmjtri
tj m'ttmgn", nii((ht have defeated or ito
,' petled . his policy of restoration ' ia ' other
- -vitat Tcspect'" But th tbfte ft heslUncy has
. piuwl, The President Is, bow backed by a
MkaV-iaiMiti f Uaractc, and, wa
trust, In" point L numbers and liifluooce, hal
. nrt-r licvn swjwd tnthlsrcoaBtry,-a party i
which U plmfgCt'j U public and sulcntA utter
.'' ttm nrtu!ui.iiuii Ulm ui all mcaMrBS necessary to
" -t he glorious wttrk of pwiificatlon. Wehope,tbere
Z','.- fore, at a VWii'ly dajviohaTe th pleaauref
annonncing, that the mantle of Executive ob- ;
?.- livioa WW41 tUioaij oirer tLe past that att.
;t"Tut 'cltixens have Wn remitted to their ancient
'" 'rights' under; od pride and interest in, the gov
sjriHissiffftitsista Imb '
vtUmWiXiSJaem W The -eaptive
s ,-Y" removed, aud al) who are (iicarce rated for polit-"v-
- iral ofiencea reslored to life and hope again.
I' mil this is dune, apeak not of American lil
t erty and Kepublican progress I r They are put
t to the bliwu'bcfitre'the spectacle Just presented
- in Europe -f monarchical elvilizatioa and
mercy. : :.,'-::" .-v - y
, We cannot forl(cnr saying a, word, in thlscou
- net-lion, relative to ttie csacs of a number of
prominent ciiizt-n of the South, and of this
BtiiUcapcciiUlwho are jret Jjcyuud the pakiot
' - Executive clemency. Even should the matter
'lnot so preM ut itself to the President as tojustify
' bini !ir-txt. nding a general amnesty, at once, we
Invoke uuu, in beliall of our entire people, (with
the exception ot a few malcontents and disap
pointed individuals, who have tied their dee
perate fortune to the ear of the Itadical Jug-
gernaut,) to pardon at once such men as Gra
" ' ham, Dortch, Oalther, Morcheadj Turner, Da
" ' vidson, Kenan, McDowell, and others that we
Bilght aame. - Such a course wilt tend greatly
to confirm the eonfideace, and strengthen the
affection, which trmr people mlready entertain
. . for Mr. 'Johnson. It isntmccogntnlile to a large
majority of thtui, how UoV. Oiaham should
T have been permitted so long "to rtiuniu Under
V the ban, especially in View of his smecedents as
" compared w ilh those of many w ho knH obtained
pardons, and as contrasted with the antecedent
of those' w ho Lave bee U tits wsy of bis applW
" cation 'Ilia course before tie war was national
- m! nudrate .tturinit'. th war..it waa jcalm,
conservative and patriotic J and since the ccssa
'? tlon of hostilities it has been conciliatory and
r.xmK"ltiinrfit,; '' I'a.wulif'.3 .asatMustj!'
; jie att n Jed with greater weight than those oi
- any citizen of Jurth Carolina, and those coun
- - j,.il since the el' of the wwbarft.iitiifarmly.
been in the tUiecuoa of suouulo.ion, order and
coneerratUun, NotwiUwtwding the nag which
be baa received, the President ha no firmer
anpporfcr la the State . ; 1 , j J 4
It if aeedleae to aay that theae suggestions are
altogether spontaneous on our part. However
much Got. Graham may desire a pardon, la or
der that he may the more effectually serve . the
State and the people Ts-ho have honored MmThe
Is not -willing, we are snre, alter having com
plied wi'.b all the requirementa of .the au
thoritis,and formally submitted his application,
to f''hf !.'- In mi attitude of further snp-
TheSehtiof tU Bute and of tin People.
Iuijiortant aa the political Uattu of this State
anil of the Smith i, involving tli future lib-
erUea, bj pt'BCun.l jroperlt of the people,
It fxtiW but Iiitla' tutcreit anions, tbem.
a iV
hitfasUy t Jlb4irig sUasiiiiied by theipecunt
ary condition. The Indebtedness of the State,
W Jlw Cutrl Vsy'snUjtiie tisy'lnf ttfeaiy
overwhelming thosewhb scan ctosely the
enormous amount, eouiparea wltn tne Meagre
means lef iopayf The lost of property in
slavest'theaesttnctmn ot stock! buildings and
Hacea, tue otter loss or Hunk and bU(e securi
ties; aadtne'reddcft6n'tni Rs value of iaoihv
real estate and other Investments, seem tar ten
def the condition liopclesstTet anctl if the
rcCUpcWtlvi (energy" 'foj' owA)i'p).e(1'nn'idv. ts
mruijutv wiLii uiiiif'uiiu. oi viKAi nuirniiBae.
that if, added U these losstt the State and the
1'l,y debsv wwrmnloV
rooa lorTjpreny , profipcnty, , v ,
.'. But this only presents one view of the olwla-
cJes in of ymj to jjrogreaa, j Jrgo nambers et
the blacks, many of the men, .pad the women
atmiMt bntireiy wbo '(iaed. a perform field,
labor, have abandoned it, and either do little
or no work,; pt jthat kind of , work which adds
nothing to the productive mount of the people-
Ono-thinl, at least, of the colored laborers of the
State, who were formerly producers, are now
TrlioHy cbMumera,", Many of our white people,
who formerly directed labor, it is true now
perform the task both of director oasl laborer,
yet the large number of non-producing 'whites
and blacks renders the soil less productive and
consequently affords for leas real weal th than be-
toretbe vfnr. '. Avid. to t!ii"stha enorraons Tetfc:
end tar which is being collected, which cannot
be short the present year of one and a half to
twsj aifilloes of Vlollsri,, together with only the
absolutely necesaar State and County taxes, to
keep the machinery' of fjje Bfate government U
operation, and it will be seen, at a gtance, how
xj)pisive and destructive' it must be to firet
the collection of debts, either State, County or
individual 7 n?ri775u':'' 'i tl'-
Vnder such circamitances, no considerate
person can 4ook forward to- any short period,
when 'tbaBtatf an4 County taxei eat). be laid ,
tor any sum greater than the absolute neces.4-
tlfs of iMSUteTaruI Coulfilui requlr this is
a melancholy reflection to those of n who da
lire the speedy revival of ihe Common Sohool
system, the speedy prosecution works of in
ternal Improvement and the reduction of the
State debt ' ITo Icsl.Utor will be sustained Hy-
the people, who advocates, at 4hls erisk, tlie
imposition of high State taxes kud . the jtxten
sion of Bute credit mt'JS.,
t Ia reirard to personal indvbtednesa. our people
most learn to be patient and forbearing towards I
eacu oilier. no rtuei prupvasu to o euecieu
by tlie Stay-la rt which requires the full payment
of sxacuiiuns In Jive years, Aa -only W very
partiBl.Jmlltit is apprehendedj that It Jwilf
inaugurate a general system of suing, which
must operate very oppressively, in the long rue,
upon the. great body of debtors. We trust,
however, that the welK-ajeant object of the
Convention ia its passage will not be thwarted
We need conciliation and forbearance; nay,
mom, creditors ronst learn to commiserate tlie
condition of debtors, and 'gfee to such com-jivnu:-i!
and aecoiimiodotiim s.ill eimliletliem
to "live and lot live." ';?- '
Ko other, p'nl in be .ije ;.vl to., fiave tUo
limii.r iiinl credit of tli3 pe-ijily and the ..Ptnte,
than the one we lutve heretofore sogsosted.
Debtors and crwlitors, before taking advantage
of law for or ag iiiiist, should nitx'l and eoinpro.
hiise their ludebteunes. Under the circum
stuncea, no man should be required to pay the
full amount of tlie iudebteduess he incurred
while in possession of ample means to-pay, since
those means have ln violently takest froib
bim;-' Mutual eoncilintion and giol-wiH, add
ed to the dt'posiiton on the part of the debtor
and creditor to do Justly and mercifully to each
I t)((ir, are all that k needed to afford relief, and,
st tua t ime time, encourage er people W .mcir
trt'.HS At r.H-iJleia!i.iH Slid pntgtVSS. .. jj-wi-
"Totney IspinUio'f f'-tretary Sliuiton ss "vhe
last patriot left of the Cabinet of Abraham
l.iiii inn," and calls him "that intorruptibhi
JUdieiMV' tTli la .beiaws that iniost odioaa
lima is about to lose the position which tie ha
dHS'owod sod the Vm want martyr nt of
a culprit ',.": ;.;"':' . . ','. .. ', '17, .. ;'..-'
:Tlie XcVoik Tr'iliine is 'iiu'cli "alarmed 'by
the unpromising effect of the political cnnva.n,
Jind calls dm the HpnMicaos ti put forth their
t.titill(t 0W; J'frwer'. ana-W-bcttttllie
coalitioa against U J but onlyee trtmenitvm
tfKtr, .. .. - . ;--'
.A Tafi corrrypon dent tepwta Ihetmprer to
be in bad . hesJlbv :T "'v;;",'";'ri
2r . Ilia late liiIadv!phU Cor vi ' i.
A correnpondent of the nichiiiond 7i!" , lio
was in attendance upon the great Convention in
Philadelphia,, thus speaks of the malcrml of
which it was composed : . i .
"Edmund Burke'scharacteriMtlim of in i'.'.tJ
ministry of Iord Chnthnm was Inn u ihly
suggested by lhasiiwtaclo4t tlie sin -niKir ad
mixture of antagonistic and lu rctofoi
run
!: cilnl)le elements. U w;i indeed, to tue
"checkered and speckled ; piece 'i !
'crossly indent d mid vihim-iciHy ilmr .
a citbdtct variously intni.1 ; n icce ol
fled Iiio-.iic ; n !:l!ed :-!.. nt v :!
nient-. tK-re :i ! i f I .,. . .... .1 . ,
of white; palriois nnd e-uiirii.-r.-', Kii - ti .
and Heptililiciui." W'ur llenincniis, nnd ',
Democrat ajtepuhlicati and Niutliern N-ee
jsis, t ofpeiiioiii,iin.i some wlio Had li 1 il 1 n 11
as Ikulicul. rtml Kolnct back to the nntediiuvian
peniHl f American poliiic. Wliifii anil Di im
crats, Federulists and (strict Coiis-tntctinni-n:
X aU -0 m;M -'rrrnilr, mtiri-il unit pfl-
trtmlB-Ttiniofl,7irevcrdy Johiis ui, who lara
woiiii wiiic repuiniinn nr icgiu aeniiieii .ami
forensic eloquence,' with bit urav lwir close
I crop sttdy. bt spewV tm ittouKhxemt
as cver,jirjuvenaUKl by the hope of a new bii th
01 AifHCn. Uberty, a nle-long. WbLv sits
close to Montgomery, PImr, a hereditary J)en.
w mo rfacason suonp, among tno in
rviniin ui.ienuion ; owan, lateiv a liepuo-
lican, and In former yenfs tin old bin? Whhrof
thafltwy sy Protective' Timff srhool, iioldi
not cordial commupieiitiiiri-itli, ui-Stuiitiir
Bigler, hale and good-nsturvit, aiul not a day
?'(,cr:. n r ll'rn! hn herf he was the
Cliampum it , liadienaa'e, administ ration, and
exchanged stidwart bhi with Uiuitflas. Ju his
wave suppoit ir icoiirpbtii. uiniimn, of
North Carolina, ' and hi collenir'Tf. (lilnier.
1hiTMnrlr1fv,Wm the
oiucr jimui, auiiuinoaniieofimiai looKtng.sre
sought out by their old .Whig colleagues, who,
had in so mnuy. ciuupuiua willed with theut
beneath the liiiiit-r tho "stiitesman of Ken
tucky.'' 'Overamon;; tlte'slkhitriui delegation
as Custar, formerly of "Sheridan's Cavalry,"
with whom Uosacr niui'Vitx. Lee have so often
contested the brawl of victory, the pride of the
ixorui, dm mi wliit nmre tlie cent roof obscn a
tion tlinii ; sT'dhtiit 1 ick Tnvlor, who won his
spurs with JSI one null Jnekn. and who s:iun- ,
lered about the Convention as much ut h.umi as
thou'di hu Iiail never eiveu a inortul thru.-t to .1
the hiilitnry vanity of the North, when ho rout-,,
ed Bunks and pursued the 'gunlsiuts two linn,
dred miloa down Ked Hiver: Hendricks, the i
youth! id i ludinne rVnstor. pnxnimtit - mihuig ;
Lis dele truthin tiv- tho -tinmistnknbhi nfiims nl
lutrtl anil the-promise of fiHuro nscliilness
ami uisiiiM-iion; nrow-nuv, ot llliii.m. riiriu
Votaml Hf?htly bnid, good Uiidtii d und uiUi-'
ble to all ; Kldrude, the fearless chitmpjon of
n nrainsiu xsemocracy : flos
, oT J!i,s.uiT,"
man or immense .intellectual force; these, and
Btty otlii H not less well known to the nation,
were embraced almost with a ,wu oi :ini'l fit
the eje." , - , - ' ' , .
Tna hist appeal of th unfuitui
linn is said to have t.iiled to soften
irtiiiinie Mnvimi
i'n tlie lipiirt o
Nspoleou. The fair Kmpresaof Jllexico in vaiu
ran the Kauntletlif Liljeral Kuerrillns and pro
frsnionidbrigainlsjnilthepifil of llm deep,
in hfir. journey trout th. nivtbhuf hulls -of tlw
Moutciiwiis to the palace of ut. Cloud," The
Eiopcr. r of Frarrce, with a w nit of -alhint.ry
wnmh remind s of lnr il ilnuioui un.da whu.4
IB Ins very worst moods, relu' to n vi kollie
onler. for tha evscuatiun of M,ai i,v tu
French trooos. tjintde banded, tln i-. tow. tlm
amiable and kind hearted Mnximili m 111119I
prepare f -deid 'with tlie'dnsm-nt I ,ilil.
whose irrepressible fondue lbrri''roliii!..iis ill
give him On pennw Lured to hi 'miu I f .N'Miiu"
''nt.J,tiu ,unt!nppy.un;nil!tr.tit--tlio haphwrt
house 01 niiiMiiurif cm iionu lor not a o nr
nor a soldier from rioor, det eateil. l!i"i"!!M' find
iemisiwHw't'.''Anistitierfstr We ", -;i,m,i;.e.:
pack up and depart with the rreiirh 1 roups,
Whose bayoneU have thus fur 111.I1H 1 l.u t.iii.eu
ine wrotsv.-"--'"--'-!-1---- -- --
,, In eia mouths alter be haves there ill not
remain a trace ot hit empire. The v
tavnhavgHstHcc ginwn-n'i'H'f lit ih.i '
-monotony 44 ensiiectitb! imvcn.-n . i , ( ;
vicuna
Mniiid
' '1 hey
t Haul
de-
pour
( 1 1 be
-TV
- . v.. II
areplnlng-formieiies hf "revoluii.'.i.s, 1. .
chaos to come aain. .; Itespertable. n!
cent govcrniiienlB are no mom suited f. ir 1 :
leans than are drct coats ami Mm I, ,1
breeches for CsVnanciie raiders Win -i i
Gertnmi leaves, what a rii!i there wi)l be
carcass of bis dea l empire. Mow tlm
Vulture, wolves, jackal and :orl-.n ...
pounce- nMin di-trnct ! M. , ;
nnllllmlnt,
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and w huh
tbo iin;n:u .
Chiefs w..l c
J.fet en-,
our poor t
kindly, and
friend Who 1
. -i tor
we b.ien
lin-l
,ble 1-..
ins not si'-
d.-.f V
.JL'muefnr. ".'arid
bin 11.
EHCOVttUniNorHoit I'nninari.vsxi v .- In
A( the pruat importanee of the ijm . at .
all eyes are now turned toward pem b
in eoliciluile as to the reaHitof her com in';; :
eleetiim. We understand that the infirm,
received here within the Ut t env t .tir I
frMn the best sources of pobib d inionn
in that Stated U most h.piil f ir trie sucer
the National Lnion pmiv in the romin.'
tion,:--: Notonty rl.if-s the iktiion i.f l. : .
a decided Bini'itiiy seem an - nrcl i"e t:
V I V
I t
what biof niofe fi i; ion A i'n, .... 1 1.-, . 1 .,
gHlJ pro-ptxt ot . level -io.' Lot .p.,1,1- .! '
plexioa ol the Con-;reH-oti!l i,l ! - ition of (
fstntn. ;' . .
. The pri nt d, 1 . , 1 ,n 1
dtl to eight C;n.ervitti v 1. TiM-reii nn
from the n'biin--ton evioi i-r ft - I'
selves, that this prepou-lei ne e em ( . r 1
will be much rediii'ed.anil weifii i..r..- I 1
clans, Dot apt tn lieover mno'iioe-. i,.eri
fiptrt ib'b jf!
i- A t oiiervuiive vietorr 111 I'm'
ewjbi. lv know , w 1 I I i.b.ul 1
-Kit i vis,. - l y 1
the t nion. b
Y'hat is the il,
a w-ifef-Orre. t
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XUPOaiAHT TO FAE.MJ1E3.
Decisioni ot the Commissioner of Internal
. ..-,.. Itovenua. ,
-The following decision have recently Ik en
given by the Cmumismmit of Internal Ruvemie
at ashington. , They are important to farmer.
In so far us they .untangle unne 'of the knotty
points oi the la y- r-, - v
t. Pariucrs will not be svqtiirod to make re
turn of produce consumed in their Immediate
latnihc, .
'i. Tlie i inner profits from s i' if lienu.k
are lo boi 1'mnd lv d dnctiii" from thefrs
rvc nW f niiiniais sold, ihe pnre!:!.-e m.oi. v
ni.i-e loom i j p ud for s n il niiiori . i:m i.i .
ilucted limn lliej'fons uieoine id tue lurm.
I. 2Ct deduction can be made bv the farmer'
lor the value of services rendereu bv Ins minor
rhildrcri, whether he actually iav tor such ser
vicos.nrnot. if his adult children work for hiiu
t-weiveinpenswtirT-tor- thcfrtiiboT, tliej"
are to lie regarded as , other , hired iaborors in
determluing his Income. lt , . ,
4. Money paid for la!or, except smb. as i
used Or emploved la ihuuesiie SffVM.iroi- ia ttw
production of articles' consumed in thefaOkilv ol
the producer, may be deducted.
3. No deduction can be allowed In any case
for the cost ot unproductive iabor..It house
servants are employed a portion of the time in
productive labor, such as the making of butter
-and cheese An mlc,"s) piwpoitl.mate amount ofT
we wngea-pata'theqi mar M dfitluetcd. J . i jr'"" ' awanien nor taroenj.
' ' 6. Kxpenses tor diUhlng ad clcflrfns'rswe- Tj,!i' ,iru hiKiIflve Jiiimlrud dnll.irs and sen ten
land are plaiiilr expense for ' pcrninnint im- Md '"IMmnieiit, mt tloveroor J'icrpiiiit,
pmvcnicnWTTind not deductible. , remitted ittc latter portion of the 'punishment
. ' T. The wnole amount expended for fertilizer
Applkit duriii'f the year to llitf Taflnrr Kud
for rertibzcrs proilueed ou the farm. The cost
of seed purchased tor sowing auVl planting tjijij'
ow yetiiM veil, I y i , . .
8. If a ixirsou sells tiinlmr staudinfi thn nrof-
lis are to (e nscertuinud by estimating the value
ot tue land, alter the nuuival of tue Umber, and
from the sun; thus obtained deducting the esti
mated value oi the land on the 1st dnv ol Jauit-
irr, J'lilJ, or on the day of purclwiyif punlnw
eil since that ilale. 1 . A . t , . ,
9, Wheje 110 reimirs have .been made by the
tax -payer upon any building owned by him du-,
ring the precciliiiit five jiwcs, jwithina oaa be '
deducted for repair made ..during lie year for ;
Wliictl his inconte is csliinaled -, ,.1 ,', ,
t , iu.-. a. tanner smmia make rcium jotau tit.
produce sold within the year, , but a more exec
utory' contract tor aide is not a safii ilulivery.
either actual or conulruclive, is wwvul Lai. i The
criterion by which to judge , wbettier a sale I
coniidete or not l to determine whether the
f vewUui". atlrj .' Tctiflna." lit "that tw'sVmuier Huhk
over the proijerty; it the-' nrruMrtr wore lost or
sTiiratroTeii, npoa wiiKb or tue parties, tn tBean-
wucv i any omer reunion oeiweeu mem man
tlnitofthe vendor aud vendue, would the loss
fall. , . . ..
Ueneraf Grant and the War Portfolio Off
poOaioial Head The ClcveUnd Conven
tion. ,vi i'm,T -V V i.:w:W.--.'i;-v5 .:"t
iWasHiKUTox, Au'jr. 24.-Thc rumor is revived
very sironjiiy that tinners! Urant will be callud
U the bead of the War Department -as acting
(StXifCtary,; while Ihe President will take lime for"
M'rnlaiieiit appointment- Mr, Utauton, it Is
believed, will be oH'iiod the mission to Himin, "
Hemovnle from ofline m-i"ualiintiit giiijlirlit ;
are going briskly mi. 'lio matter is much tiiu
pliiied by the plan adopted. 1 A I) trouble and
hesitation are saved to the heads of ilepartmenta"
by trunafcrring the responslbllltytut selections
lsr removals and afipointmeritw tii the detegss ;
;t lone represent In tltt-ir rosiectiv htntes at (lis
Philadelphia ('on yen lion. 'I hits thtti-'oatniMtcr
tieiiiTuI, UMn the suuention f the Maine del
egation, lias removed a rioten or more postmas
tore ill tjint rifaKv. . J. 1 . -
. It is calculated that over one hundred IIhiuo
bind person tuiiil the Holdlers1 knd biul
or' Con yet; Chtvobutilt Ohw, on the 17ilt
of 'Septcmlier. -.! l ue toitveoiio will be held in
the Park, the main, stand for sjieaker to l
greeted: lon;;iidc .tha I'urry nioliiiiiiclit 'l'lie
t'onverition will ho '.urgnnimi on jlopday, Jha.
ITlli, but liig next dny w ill to the groat day of
the Conveiition, It is proposed tn make ten
end !ix l'residwit ol tue Convention. ' ' ; ! '
Curiosities of the Athn' ioTelcfrapa.
The Coiiricr du Huvresets furth a striking re,
suit of the layiliif of the trnnsA llanlic tele;:riiph
It says : "New Vorlt is sil u ited nearly TO lie
"Tii h loii'.'itude wet of J 'oris. The earth, in it
rot,,
b b"
lion, tnuvb Ibi-uiK h ib rcrsm L' I
. nn :
! f,
it ery 1' -
li"' ..1 at i.'-u b it is
l- ll,l we-t ol lb '
j il. . 'rces to the
to t:
Vil
li
i : ml. lis ;,,; .V YnrX in
e t uf I'ui i, it follow s that it is 7 o'clock in
the eveiiiiu! at New Vaik whtui it is midnight
t j'-ui 1. , . buiqr'isi.vtht'svihat -B..niaUtedillcn..iu,
Paris, the opera loaexainple.nko tins at a fpiar
t r past 1 2 at night en the 1st ot Scptcmlietnest,
t ie eieut is imnieilistelr lolirmpb'd from Par
is to New York, nndisdutetli Paris; quarter
p:.i-t 13 at niiht, 1st rk-pteodwr 4'he now sr.
i.vi at New York, Irtus say, In two -tieurif- to
tm.ke ample alloWanr lor dntcrrltptioo,; the
b patch, dated Parisv 1st te-,rt ember, ai rives at
New Y01 k at a qnaiier put 9 m 1I10 evetinf of
!', r Ut A'fh( so that a A'tv l oj-t- "snenager
ciil I a e.ii' on the ' ;e and iifti r the thn
1 t..-.,.ny bows cin.l 1 lb". 1 ir', hinilf:
'bin lie and fill lei, ie.i (..nicoiiy to I'll inn
-t tout tin? oji. r;i ,1' !'."'.li'l,M f d'-ir VI d
bv l.ol lUun boms HiUir lW ptesvwt twe.-4tur
lin. i tor b:is jii.t trnu.iiiiltel to his cotifrero his
Con I .! 1.1,1 10 the .ti.llter W'iilell i (filing to
le. ii to liiin.' aloriM.er, It wid 1111 loiifT'tr
t im" 1 ale .1 d ,', 4 1 I i,"ii ijt
1 I o. r,' uw 1 1 ' -y t .1 ' I'lifie
.-.I- - ,1 11 a pi n-e ' llou t:;c t'-iks of toe lT
t !, r .iliiii; -e t ike cure to ici ltii the, co iimn
iv, .: r-;i b in- cd Is-ine, n tnedwoco'itment,
1 . o.j intiv.,1 j ..(-r) tn s-fi-1 "r?;ir-- 1fn
w , 1 f m w Yoik, or Via-Iiinjb n.' t
-to -w we--i'''vsstii'l Wsy ,,rt'dwjrw4'
! -,a will, ii divide the waters fl iwmg iulo tlie
; i. bsw rt-ncefroin thee flowiiifj iHt the Atlan
i is the nhbst bind in the worlL It ass
.,. . -c "aiuiivly -a l-.wHc3irbyj.swrt
(-,-, -tn. , .;o. ,.. ,,. .,.;..;-.-..-. '-,v.(fctl,---.v-' .
Clement Duvernois, one of the editors t
La Liberie, rocnptly publisheil iu his paper an
article with the English caption of"Oo Head;"
he am ins "Uo AheiuL" Juice Janin, is a re
ntiirfcMi, aaldi-A home! a horse t My
-kingdom for horse 1 tonne tfcimuet Johnson's
hiuguayu, .() rare Sum Johnson I'. -
The last fashionable novelty in Paris is' the
"liuiil'ie bonin t," A rornpondent sins' "The
f or xet, mil , ,,nt. nt with the iiuh.'h 1 Ws ridn u
l"ii tonus whirii tln-ir bonnets Inivi! already
in' I, liii' e iinciit.'d r,.uh,r 111 torm id u
' ''if 'I ' iH t - Ml tllll
In .m 1 4 1,1
!i
The misery nnd destitution of mniie ol t
poiir UnlwilunutO uegroe iu tins city iscuou;
to sirkeu tlie benrt, lenornnt and tatteieJ.
rmotDers, with cluldren in their arms, little
chrtdrctt wKtt but a rag around them to protect
them from the air, walk the street during the
lone hours of tlie night, until, .bowed down
-w-itlreshnrtsrtoTr.-tht'y aliik "In some dark, damp
alley, and sleep, and dream, pcrhs,of what is
Dint of what wa.'-i ( A:) Vuzettt. j ,
ttl ''. ,. , ! ; ' .v- t i.;!.Vii i ..'"3
Two dis hargej soldkim In .Riphntond,.' Ylr
Kinin, are now undcrgniiig a term of me .year's
itnprisnnmini jor nutiiiptnii; to t sieito a 'riot
"nwHsg the my'" by nrglftgrmo'lwtiyinre
J 7 wrwerer, wmpetwwtrswwa eerin
I" Wi.ltii paying the nw. . ! 4 . ,
tion srravely Kmie to rue at the next Preaidcn.
tinl election Ik'itjiwuil littthf, iof..taseaclta
aette, for President, and Win. (J. lirownlow, of
TeimcMco, for Vice-President, " 'the one to rep.
sveci'it theciinra;,'e, military skill and honesty of
Kuuj KngUnd ; the ntlier, the piety, troth and
decency iif tlie .Southern . 'loyalislaTiVc.. (Ms.
Tutt CiiMiUsfun I'liiMi.Nh . The Abbeville
Daai-nr iii.iiimnccs that Hon. A. lUirf, one of the
Conn I M Messrs; Kejes, Slower and lljroom,
Juts ret'dvfd axliipatctt'lmm. Wat.iinton,;,at8r
ting that tlie recent h'uioviil of those gentlemen
t theory Tortuga lor lilb " 0unk vithint
ti Hiffe.f sr tineliun ef tlu PmiJuUi aud
flint Mr. Jolmsnn iminraliutely directed an order
to be !iied fnf their tinn.ifer to Fort Delaware.
The President w ill make bis proposed trip to
CbicAi'O iu thf.cur built ejpecially forprividetit
t I.liisitwa.tle-wtMi'alt tis Vrtrk'.M vio(.
on tVcjliiesdity, end will jeiiew tint 'rt Divia-
1 hm iit-thi) NiUiiiiud-.tiHHid- in- tlie-ntternotm.
llio ti-eedom of the city will Ini, kwlvrvd , him
by the City Council, i d action is being taken
by the merchants of the city to piirlieipsto in
tliecercfiionic nl his reception, . II will Im ae
coiiipiiiiied by all the mmiibers of the Cabinet
ard tlicir Inmiliis. ,-,,' -n
(Jou. Giant will not accompany the Piesiiteut
on hii w-eetei ji tuur.,,, lie pleads the pres.uru of
oliiciul duty in comm-lioii w itl the re-orgiinlz-,.
thin of the nnnv. , - v ' - 1 " '
)g'ftias'ijtia
, " Iii .Ihe Coi; fioiiieleeliiiis to e om off this
full, theisj lite allll iiitj liinlrii ta iu which the
tadicn IU r.mv n in'e-i'iitiiw thelll aero cIecteLb
SerrWell imiioriiire.- It. is in tln sfl that lb
eoii6j-vntiewill put forth their hief etf.M-U. 1
The (Tolumbus, Georgia,' papers c x press sun-
pri.'ninl alarm thnt the treed in en of that city
are dulling- by nie,lit ia Imttahon - movement,
I11I11 . 1 Sn.t flutes . would not be allowed such
puvikg.. tT -- T- -
I lie vfexiean winn. 1 ,ravajai pronounce
Nulla
.Aniia Dead Vuit" ir a fo.'ncy JC
Nxileon and Maximilian, it is saidtalk dai
ly-over-the-cahfc. ; ; r ' ;-
S.vs sion in I'af.iclinctti, . . '
i,i''r"i". tle Nti"ii'l li)l!-IIij;i'ecr,X
.i'-VAiinixuiorD, C Auv. 17, lHk-.-Jtdituriff
iitlvi.al fuldltytiuvr :
Star The ipH-st ion as to the'riht of a (Mute
fit seciale troui-tue Union having fus-necttled by
."tlm- ltH't' events," -as is now -ittMncish'd as a
i'tlidiuiienlul priueiplo by the.. .National I'nion
Convention hi Phihtdi -Iphia, 1 m r. noihb-d ilmt
old M:uin hn' !!". my .,' 1 v h.iiH ,.onee t at -em-1
(o-s-'-c '.Ti liiu event of t be ,,i.u-t il ion of
,-..,.0, I V hi- h I-., I r!i
I,
r, j e'.'ed the s,m , I-,,l : :
do liUe-Aisl' t I will, I to. Viol ln.
Slate oec.i ion..': , , but hi ii in-' in tl
!: IU Hi
1 1 1 1 IlilllVt)
e diftrine
that "no ritnte. or eniiiliienlioii of
SliiUs have
Jtiitbriij.hi, U wilhdmwi tHiiHhe I 'liloii, r t cx
cindi! throu;'h tln-ir action in Courecs, or other
wit, any oilier Htntoor rilate from the Cnion,"
and that "the IVmn of these Htati-s Is perpet
ual, I cannot, without doin violence to my
own feelinRS, visit my nntive rUateso long as she
hss secesKion frnrn tim I nion iiiscrifieil iijion
her statute lioolTs. Will not the Old liny Htate
fst'iMsil-her urdiiisnee ofseeeslmi and Come back
Into the I'nion, and receive thn same for-'ive-
ness w tilelt lias been granlist to her erring
bi'itihnfn risters, w Imlooliclily . followed her
n .vii bad VvVamplel A. J. Jl. '
Nun ton l,,n s li il 1 time of it in fiU iriwnl
exitrnry.- We published yeaterdity how (irecley
cud "eled bun. The Jiulrr.J nt adiuinisters
Hie tolbiwiiig;-
r "He tloe not love Mr. Johnson or his policy.
Tli s,-cret of fal conduit Is tins' As teit brv'd
tttf t t -u is 4in ieri-wf urer slid I S
i-isllu.'i l' h-,!iu lliceoiiijeiny ol Ihe 1 iVsldent.
So loii;,' 10 on sum! wmi ,ir, Johiiin he is
freot o-oti e1 1 -m icounst the ciijiperlieail who
bate Lint - - ,
71 1 ! 7f tint wn it 0111 thus .re-
- iV
it adds:
4 -
iuto histury w iih tlie kis. anii in
io pa
rmbrsen et 1'ijrtiey w-oiild be a pnnn-hmtmt
'itiui""-'csv. rrr.'iiVi'KrU'PiKUfi 't-riihi-i even'of
The President'! TourThe !e&t Citli-Badi-cal
Designs at the Elections Troops Cf
. foredby Ulinoii to the tLiasourl Esdi
cals The V i ob'ramme of the Phlladc! f hia
Kulatto Convention Kero Snile the
- of the Iladical Toliey The Romov
als Fvo"-resin,?, .
(t'orri'-l
'I ne Pi
n'.lim.
nl' ! of the liii'limmij tiaiinuer.J
A "imm Hi's, Ai". 2j.
1 ill lltovi
. t,ir t- i!
men:
n
Rtt
1 much nt
' I'oard
It, bv
Ol tin' ).,'.
thill Of' pes.
1 I .!. I
1 I . . Jt- Uh
1 1 .lit' I II It.x "Im
tllllK
M tas enjn
10
iiave.nowf discovered that iu Kftdiiala cuunot
"save the I'niou," thrnvh tint was tlnnrohjivt t
in supporting Ihe war, rl In v wilt tnke the
tmnit-snvriTg "liiachiiu'iv 11. 1. 1 lb. ir own hands.
They kmw that fliey can save tt simply by act. "
Ing tipna the principles of the tat National
I'liion.Oiaveiitiou, tt.:,t(--.r.:r.-i'il': ' '
vTbe Itadimls know that they ire beaten, and
hence in their-desperation they threaten unolh-
er war.' They propose t, coinnu-nce the rar t
in Mmsouii. Hal;' a down of the h ading Had-'
leal ortrans bate alreadv siiL'sested this a theirs
lust resort The . Conscrvatiree of : Missuuri
liive demanded protection from the Executive "'
Uovenimeitt in tiio cxereiie of tin-ir riirhts m
citizens nt tue iiiiis.-pemitriT llendcrJOB, or --1
miiWUII, IHIHll.MI, IU Ulldll, 11,S lyM.tS BWI "I IIIU
huiiwy-4l)a nore-1 han tiaif -f the".'', f .ir'"
voters of Missouri are excluded by the test oath.-
So it is with Tennessee at this moment It will
be so with Mmy'nnd, unlen finti-rimr fw aim's
tneasures proveiit it. -' 1 ' -
JJTIlJl Vla.ltata i.AJ Ia ....,,. I. j. A M..rtt.,4 ..e
! tiy iHuinni. rj"' i" " '" " f " VOI11I lll. Oi
arm at these election. ; 1 he Proaiilentwill not,
of course, ne theia' the aid of the I'nitcd
Stutes uiilitury force, and he and Ueneral Urant
are happily in tecord. Tlie nulitary power will .
tie aned by the President rather 'fbr the 'protect
ttiBi of citi.ens than tor their oppression,', Tim
Radical or;''ins phv t hut he seeks to avoid the.
tsHiiepresi-iiled by the '.isonri ( ohm rviiiives.
lie will more probably 111. -et It when it sh-iil
arise. General Frank, ltlair hat expressiHl bis
believe that the election in Mlssoun will be at
tended Willi violence unless the ibt d'nal usurpa
tion enn be frowned down by the Gyerninnt,
, , Governor Oglesby, in a recent speech, has
pledged Illinois to liirninh two hundred thou
lii nd troops to be. CniMni-ed In . supporlina the "
luulieaisi ill il.ssouii, or in any other ritnt
Wheiethey may need such nhl tn maintain their
ib'-imiic sway. All tho liidii-al aullioiilies
will promise the same.
llemtu kiililii devcloinentM urn m:idi of the
Ibut cat pulley fur ' the fniiiiii, In ciiMiof iu
Pflccss st the lull elect imiy .. ..
I he Honthem Ilndicals, lit their ' Cnnvt ntio 1
to be held nn the iM pioniix Jit 1'lnUd. Ipliia,
will ilietiite the mode ii wbirii tin) Noullicrii
pit -de shall, in fill me. ! uoveiiitd bv Cotlirrcss.,
Ti:o Northern Kadiiid 1 1. oallp is I In I may at- ..
tend the nieei in ;, will em brace and t qcommend
their schfinti, r Jt is iilrcady divult'ed thut tho
plan recommended will be to reduce the rnntli '
em seceded State, Cm i pt T nm ce'.'tii "b rritn.
rial (lepenilencies, and hold tin m subject to the
h,, (.n.. st
an 111H1 tinite tune.
Tlie tiadicnl leaders and organs have expressed -
tlielr iinlijj'Uitlon at the liltli resolution of tho
Philadelphia Cofiveiiiiiui, whii-ti ile' l.ires 'that
lcifislation in rei'ird to tlm liidit id' milTinire , .
UillOI114HUUJ IA. W 4lrt,m liriHTI T'-W,- Hi , '
position to this, tliey now acoiv tlis purpoe of
forcing negro stillriijte upon all die Matt . and
Tcrri torks..,,. They only defViiud. this -.m.'iasisf-
for the reasoiTthat tlio Rortln-rn mind' was not '.
yet quite prepared for it,. Wliilo .announcing "
tue priucipie anil neeinriiitr I nn joirpo'HI-fO. SM't
ttoa rti'ifiey adiuliteii that it W.w iuiHi1tilo to
make it il inne at On"coinin; elections inl'enn-
svlviuilasnd .iiiiuoiUer iusiu-s. lit s to be the
corner nt one ot the Ibtdicnl. pnliey, . if, Inihod,"
they siieteed til sttuiiiig tlie next Conttnaisv -,
U is iK-lii'verl here thut tho Huulln 111 lindiccl
Convention will rceonuiii nd the iinpeachiiient
mid removal of tlm I'resi.li nt.
probable. Their Northern n -quire
if, and will nuke it a pre
till' lllle.oty detellllillC'l tlpoll;
in 1 ho, nn-l im I 1 i-l'v 11 1
I'., - I- -...v - ,.,',. i .
l b is IS quito
lints will re
'. t i- ra ineiis- ,
I President
"-'t, tna
i - 'I' in
i
I
1
. t , .u.iuiwrg
,, in,l, ad Ct
i have loimd
tlontly. iif'lt;r
Pi- ,l,er 1,1 i ,ie 1 I1, 1- l -.l tl' I
Ih-nilHl llliilutd. Ull) Iblo.
out Unit tin- President id In
the ndnihii Irnliiin of I he I'm ,
tr, ita.
ri'f.i rations fjr a Cran 1 1
A iiiovenunt i on foot for n-i t
meetn- in this cily to ratify the m
tha rlllhidelpliii CollV llt.i'.l.
mass
,i:s of
Not-'idy arc purcitizens cn lor
inent. but they are sbowii"r tie ,r
hu t;
e uinie-
r e ,:,,, ..iniss in
y to 11. i in the
011;; biii'.h-td ..
Inn proinisi'il
in -. h of circn.
. . 1 1 1 , r v
"tm rh "'tim ate
ni-i us. S e have
li 11, l b.- I.aif a
the'taiw by siibscribini; Imer-i
raint'sbtii. It is endcrsi.iod t
thousand .doliars h,vu all' aoy
for the purpose ofp'i' in ; Ihe 1
hllb'ij il," ii nnd, i. ' 1 ' '
st-tion of tite Noi di, nod lot t -ie
rrncof Ihecampiii ' n ,;"w in
HO doubt thnt il S proper rh ut
million of dollaia can I n im- ,
trouble to w-i'-t the con -ei -va 1 1 ,
Northern Males. 'I b. r;'1-
t nny
I"
1
i so muuieliioiis, t;,e o , . , . ,
and our romini n 1 d to, 1 I n- ,,
so sn. "t.d by the r."idt et i,,e i
-t-hatthase who b.,vn I.,- .-r ,
tlmt lir, ction ha. c; too 11,0. n
i'y I y n ol a ' the r 1 , 1
tn.M"ji"i.j -1i 't
their revolituoiiary eeheine.-. . .
In Ki nlueky b.'.oi-,-'
"iiiolilib Willi I i i"," 1 In
twenty to thirty d.-b m.
    

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