Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 27, 1860, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 27, 1860 Page 2
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OUR COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. Address c.J dm. \V. M. L.1Bp.. Before il?? Hut I on Bourd ? ?< T ?''(t ????> t'i i Court*, "W|> A eprcial meeting of Vno government <->t i j0 Bo?rj u( wade was held yep.erduy aflerr.ora, at 'jgif past throe ''_ " *' """ <'. uiB ol tbe (J.?rJ. *<o hi tlcr -iAiU' Ksehange, to bv,r ifce tmggeelume ol .ion W S. f.tadsay, ? I , in reggr j (0 teverw qbcst'cCs electing to aa tw 5l',u"il ?*''V ie tbe common1 <>ei tnterefleof the country. ?" m'"4'^ie of llio UaarJ ireecut were. Edward r1 robey (E fttitfent), Geo C. 'Ktcliardcon, James M Becbe, ik t,?. .V< ?. U 'd' Samuel H Gookin, Cbte. J. ..I, Thome* Aspltiwall, i /re 1 urusworlh, John T. *^r rd end George l.ivri m're. . /be president, on ( tiling the mooting to order. eUtii ibtt its object wee to give tbe Hon. Mr. Lindsay. M P., af 1 <e>lr.o, now in tbia country on a vleil. an opportunity, which b< Jee red, of presenting hi* view* In reference to certain questions of lotemalional in tercet between Great ?rMain and the I nited Mates, on which he sought to ob tain lira action of tin* body, and that of kindred arsoeia Mom tn other cities, with a view ull malely to obtain rcalgiroeaJ and uniform tcgiAiAtioo on tbo pin ol Cho go ?crnnioisls of txHb oountries. AUUlUtrS Olr MK. L1SDSAT. lti<- President then introduced the H?.u. Mr. I'ndsiy, who. .0 one or two Introductory remaika, said thai tie did net visit the I nitd States ue a ''diplomatist,'' m'tch teas aa a ' ?cp'"" iol savoy, a* hod b.-eu reported in soms quarters but he curie here a* a mac of be mew to cod verse with men ot business ' bout comr.erclal matters, a which both countries were deeply ml-Tested. He -rould not trouble them with any f-rmtl speech, but would confine le ante It to ? *tmp'" sltVment of f*. is, Id ptaia and sitDfhi langtag', Having compared octet unl ?oner rued wtcti the merctian" t ttad ebipownorsef Boston nnd bavins asc< rtalue'i their views?which they ap as*red quiff ready to furnish?h* would thei proceed la vi-w York, Philadelphia and B.ltlmore. sad adopt a somewhat Jlmllar ctv.rsi to that which be was following Wove IMe diflcient Board? of Trade act Cosmhers of Summer, e would, r.o doubt, frrward memorial* to ihe.r fovemrent, and by the Uws the government of Ite United 9UW* bad considered iheee memoria a no would neve reached Wavhlngtor. He would than see V tte views'of the respective gc.irnments cjuld ho brcufhl nto har?-,.ny r**r* .'???** Urn to which he woold now dire-1 th-tr intention, In regard to the first -.ud must mporlanl ptrxli .n, rltat of tb> r-rporrlbll'ty of sh pawner?, besnd: il a l?ri ban ship oeming to a |>ert la America run down another vessel, the rerpons o litv of the owaer of that ship Is not in this onto try hm.ted io the value of the vessel, because your cour> cannot make that ltmfl .t on Snob, also, wa/i _he esse with American ships In cur ports. I can belt <j :t? irate'.hu. perhaps, by the ca?n of the T l. 'srora. In 1H47 th' lurcarora ran Into tf.e Andrew f. a er in"**t rge-a Ctwrntl. Ttic agent of IBi own r?; ul lb* fus enrvra -ave ball for ?8 000?the full value'cf their ship, preeur-.ng that our law was ths ante as ytr re? which It reatUy was, so lar at that went. When ibe T .nearer* re Inratd to Liverpool another emsigceo of the Andrew J"as ter trade n further claim of S1,800, seized rte ship, and bntl was obliged to be given for that llittloul amount on the part ol the own ** of the ship. The owners of the Tuscarora thought that, baring given hall for tte loll value of He eh*) ana of the cargo also tbey were ? ir-ly evempt from Ifceir '..ability, and thought no more abort it. but ? n the Tuscarora proceeding agrtn to 1 iverpoel come t.r ? r. the owners of the Andrew Fooler seir-t not mer ,y t:.e Tnsearora, but other property belong.ng 11 her swmer, upen a cla m for ?23,00#, ard mr coirts dc sided that be was bet ud to pay It. yj thti the owner af this sh p was actually called upoa t > pay, and did pay, aaoul .13J.C0O, wbec. <he whole value of the vessel wh eh AM the datnig" auil It* fr> ighl was only gome .1.10,000 Mte V e t'ban tellor, In his decision.said that the lave of Ureal Britain do ?-el apply to foeei. n ves els It is eg act.y the ear.' with your laws here they do not apply to ?oreigu st |ms: so thai this is a matter :o which the dr. Msh shipoa ner If ul much interested as you are. Now, ?t * ? ntld pT?V 'se * this ?"no merihant sbipp ug ?oaamitlee which reported last sesstow have recommended that a law - lio'ild bo introduced in ?rir country. limiting the liability of shipowners t. the amount of ?1# sterling per ton. and I bo| t the Chambers of Corainorc* h i e wiO recommend to your govercmeut the Adoption of ashniltr bill This having been dooe, I tt uk it would be lesirn hie for the two countries to c I er into a convent m upon ?object. Without taking up your timo with details, my 'dee lo regard to the pr.ucli Ice ti the convent on rhm ?? for mould be w nv vliA t" f illnws ?That the sh;,* of '.rrit BbtUio and Uie I'nited Slates respectively, shall be placed wpoi an r > ;a' footing in ard to tbo lose ol l.fe, per ?saai ln ury, fti., by oolusioa at sea. and that the llab llly of ibe owners of the sh.p run'mg dos-n ano ther shall be 1 miti d lo th' rsii.e amount, whether the Chip be]org to ilreat Brlta n or the I'nited stales, and thai the rode of pr -e.lure aball be lo accordance w th the law of the country .a which the claim is made, lout ta the prxci; le which it eeems to me ought to he adopted la regard to tt.a \ ery grave an l tir.portant question of imaif-d liability. Now in regard to the wora.ng of it. Suppose ibe case, again, f the Tu* arora. If the law had then hsen as 1 propoe >, all th? owner of that ship eauld have b~ n required to pay would have ix-on ?9 ?00. the value cf the ship and fraught, or xli per ton.up.iu the ssfwtry of the rhlp The aowrls of England woul I then hsve g ven Lot.ce to the partes Interested whither in Bagiai 1 or \mer .aa, tl.at such and a ch amount b.id b<? n paid to the court, and ll.at i.n s Kb a Uy It would be dl ?WVul j i r -a among the aSttial cte manta? " ;he era w.re <ice le t to bo 'n fa jit And so .1 a British ti p were to be u.rowu Into your oriuru. Th* owner, or m? reprrreLlive hero, woold pay into court the va.ee of the abtp ai d fre.ghl Your court wiwld try the , .est ? |.)o the same ? r'or pli- that rs w< .. J, auJ if the c^se waa oeelde : against Hi* ? ener, notice woold b* given to the cejsigeees, whether n I lag'and or imir.s, acd the sum would bo dlvi led ; > ruin 1 cvn saly evprees my ?ur irise that tn.s p an. or on* asnrst. ?.mil.tr, ha not been a .opted b dure, by two r . h great eorrmercial countr'es as yoass and ??lagiaad ard I thj.k H iIj asad f.. Hy t as 1 kn i nisi the not.ee ot >our government to have the iivtta ?ellied ipoc a vtiy mtirtaclory footing. In -onurrt on w'tto ll nit .-n of the liabiMj of hipowneri, there !? a pnxt wti? h will be sen. to be r?ry 'mportant wh*n we wj der what ere the causes that eal to such o-?h.s >us. wfev-ti eftsa cause serious loss to owners namelt. the m)e ct the read at ?et II it very rrmarkable fait the two inch r ' rrantile nd onr as V og'and and ine'.'c.'-l vaa-e s . . I rsat rni's of the raad at sea. So wwndir there are mar. . <?ll.alins a. J so maey cla. is *w datta,-! ? Ibdeed. we hav v?s two >tce a hat dJter< at r .i?a to g ide oui sh , mas'er" I do ni.l t*- ak iaa our govertai i>< .i really aware of the importance of Its r i'nr VLc wtipled the old mar time'aw wh eb ywv adort 'o a cue* derab'e evlent, and up to 1*.VI tt was tfcene'yrde w* haf, but !a th.it year we adopie 1 anr> ther regulation which tray be f -nd . sect in 3M if our "MrrclADta bl..| ping Act " it. that ws cfli a bavs very roar .ct ng de. nens in oar onrts. in regar 1 to wbe was r if hi .ad who wss wrong, wh?n rr lislean Uke place and ?ewseq .eatly tb< ? deaisiotf must be very unSel.tfWctory to the part ? -Interested A* we hall t? ai der the ne w ?Ity a; maa.cg a.'?ne a teratk n in regvrd u. rr r ? ? U? road at sea. nay ,dea would be that we rh I v I p* ? asm*what aun'.Ur rale to that wbl h you hare adopted la tb'r -oMitry I thick that rut* better than either ol" the r>s wl ,.-.h gotrro *. an 11 think 'bat. w th a r-rj M>fM wi 1 d,at.an, ine r'v. ran "tit o' eg,and wujld be ftr*" I to adopt that rule. Hut to a is s <|U*?i.on of de aall wtb wbk b I will not trouble yoo; bat we **?. as I ba.i*T y> : w '1, tliat tb" two aatuas BhaaM ' no* rn'e of U e road f r the guidance cf shipn wh* i rr*ot t* at sea, hraanse the want ot i uniform rule laoas mar a ?** of th* .-oiPaiore that so frrpienlly o--ur, lbs s*zt -'test inn ts wth regard to light* at sea Vfe Stave ifrrduosd. with A the U<t three yser?, a new m.-te af tigna. ! ghts at era These i ghts have beea tbwad ta aaaw iced r.glj wsi ar l the abips e( nearly all aa tVma hav* aiiopted the rales that we have laid dowa lo this ma ter Inn m b? alao ad pled tl.em ?" far as steam v*e rj# are eon cm*.l but n*t, aa yet, in regard to ?ailing veseela. It eema to me a nub!" t worths of y ir oaaeidera; ? o whether yon ought tot lo adopt the warn* rul*a la regard lo the .1 *plav of ligbw fin *a or tree. Is as you do in ?teara **??*!? aa<) a# we do to both. If we had th* night ?IgMs the same, and the earn* r y mm t tit ah there would be mi. h 'ess danger of onUieteM. lVa* art two drv real poiain, which rsaUy c >me under ; .he tru! o' "rrapontibihty ot *liipi<wn*rs. ' |rber* is I I Batter post oennected with th* 'pwwtloo of Im urauoe la wh.ch my attention waa called today in oadiaary w.*f* sr-b rae*s aa th w* t< wt.ch I ha' re referred) the policy sf ;oeuraar* covers the or i*r mi s sh p wt rh runs down .anther Thus, f the at ip A r-m~? dewn '.he b., B. ha pa:icy of ns.'ranee cor. rt th* a irr of >h.n d .nder wtai we term ths ? run a. ig , aaar-. -A ??*," which ts usual.y inserted in th-' prU -y j %* r Is nu evtra sharge geti< rally S>f the oa*ri.,ia jf Ij de a.S* hut in war.' pia?*t an *t.'*u remius s eg aaged somci me# ?ve shuiiuta : er erni, som*t ma Im. Mm llnga per ceat l*w?i>e*. however, from a r*ep ,et, I gfvt: ahuowner, with wham waa r. nvers'ng?and .w.. ? ally is the tru* way to ?et info*ar?t..<n?thai atth a this Stale the hlpo oer is covrred Hy eucb a Mat ' -o other -tales it is wot so. aaf lost lie federal gn**t tssani does ant acknowledge it. It seema la me de e'rah Utal you ahouid ba.e here rules applicable lo is ?crane* aomewhal similar totlioa* * atck ?? * btv* af.reat ? Ma n B.e nezl point which I woakl toccfe u?m ki ta is pard to i *? vommim.cn of crime a .or shu bord. TakS lb 'nst an.-- of aa Amcr tan e**sel putting lnt? a yevt n Kcg'ar I A very hsiiK.ua cr.<n* mat he.o-n rathd o b as I that ah.fi, and, aa y< a are aw *e. we fear' ac ufwd Wloa over ;l an tbat t -ry fieri m?n H?. | aMMM Mfcsd for very gr?, aad nerkius ceim*u Aud a , ft * JP t fife ship nam tote one . f your ?mrx*. aad an ac* . af tr.wfi ler araru or grave cam of mut.y w eom^mi tied \il feoaAl. your courts baT# nu prtndMHw a - ass- f do ad see why sctna couvenUiui annul he en ' w . ?d at-, belwevn the twu w atr?**, no that ur n ths | wlkJ" nf ths anrtw or t ??. it repr<w-it .g ? ,.r ujua^y, sur law dhoees slmll have mwer la lm? . a w^ra, xt the apr**fe*ia.o. vf u* ?>n*r, ui?ii ,-t . tmm 1 '? ? *??*?) pari m th* wn* war ? ?e be wo vd Atw# a warrant fcr the appreh-ae ?a w a I > lah i' 'ornmifl rg a f m lar olfiac* ai.d,iac?M ik, fiave crime* to which | tare ref.-*r*1 have v, ad h m hem* fw trial aaliacae* -n, . orVaer such * arc*ny and >biai crimes hod Itsantw (?erg- '' sdwthia ? hi *M| on I i* reoana msw 'attrw or a.' Ulr hwiaeal of th* amba*aa.1or ,t roa*.' sepr.ser.t rg ths t nited ?ut*a vt that poet tad if ? rms | ? a- '.law oaid be PMPHsd ?o Amer ?n earacn lu ? g. 1 land it ac d >xr ad'^aMe to hav* a similar law ?pp sd to Rr Heir ???msa is Amcriemi porta I under lata hers i*f Id 'ay down the gsa* ' rai pr e pie the queat<oa of detail is on* I w'th which the law nfflOiV of the riwpative oouatri w wlU ha better qual'ded ta deal U>aa r? comaarreiai rnee. TMar* J aa other "rei *d , uceuon?is* qeesi^ui of de. sart on A man desert* frotn an American ship la Big taad. having entered Into aa agr?ement to gt> from fiu. Ma t? Iondoe and hank t nfit innately, our a. una hav* aa /ariselet,oa, ac power t< return hua on b-wri vb*?a p. Ba with Br twh eeamea ncm ng hsretnd desvtiag A' >?t j asveti years ago we tntr?do*ad what w* railed . y0 y? ! re gn sw?wt?*' act." It is an art which glv.w the F* *? | 'tea -oarts pVer M dsal with forvga seam, n dsarrt ng la a Ifr tish p??rt le the mm* way *a they would d?w with , a Br tmh mamas Rot wbee It s act |<m**d Uiroegh ths Vtouae nf lords eertala words ware .naertea? not h* ng ah rw s^r'y all other r?t oe? adopted us. .-r.*w*rt*rs' art, hat whim America waa sated to a toy it be ** | ; "Nj, ' re* many J??H madid aot uadersumi the rat ?aa I ??deaisrs.! to find' out the 1 real r*saan >f M?A fmi M l !" enuy J t?T? Mfer-dg#.! lh(t \ wr? besanee (though del oary pre rente tier saynf w>) oI the '.n serlroa of these words. WiOioat going mto that quagtloo 1 con well under aland why U)? American government should decline to be e party to that act But those words, "not being sieve, 1 vers, In my opinion, unnecessary. The sot only deals with nun who bare voluntarily shipped. Suppose s s< a man when bo gets to Liverpool should proclaim bins* self a "sieve.'* W>- can truly lay, "You may call >our telf a slave, but hero Is your own signature whicu you have signed, as a free sgeot, to an agreement to process Irom Boston to Liverpool and back again. You must *je a free age at , we cuu only know you as a free og>'.at." Therefore, these words being unnecessary, I think '.net if, 'nslead of the words, "not being at?v<?, 1 u ?. words, "s imen who bsve voluntarily engaged themsalvcs, and apprentices Indentured to merchant snips belonging to atch and such power," were introduced, tho government of the l in ted Stales would at once agree to Una act. It la Vor you gentlemen, to consider whether ys.ur government would be prepared to accept this act, with some suob modification, and then 1 will do all I possibly can to in door our government to substitute those words for tbe others. 1 think cur government may be disposed to agree to the erasure of those words and to tbe subetltu tlou of others similar to thoee 1 have merit.oocd; and then both countries would 'us in a situation to deal with deserters from ships In their ports, n regard to disputes, vary often alteroat'ons ar.se between masters sou a earner i on board ahtps, which de lain I be vessels In port, awd ol course, as tiaae la capital, more so iu shipping than in anything ekre, entail serloua lost to the owuire. I would like to see some convention entered Into betweea America and (Cnglanl, so that In lb-?e questions of dtypule between masters and seamen, w> regard to wages And suob like matters, tbe rsog istrales ?V the respective countries should, on tho representation v,f the consul of the comilry to which the otup belong?, Lave power to deal wflh thos^ questions fa a summary manner, In tbe tome way as f they were British or Amei .can subjects. Tola is another point which 1 tt.nk very desirable to have settled, and which I am anrtous you should consider Now, ia regard bs the next>quea km?tbet of the shipping of Beamat. As yn &r? aware, some years ago, wa ealabilabod shipping odlcea at rat*, of the great aeaparts, where seamen are en gaged, where atorm of articles Is drawn out,and where the seamen sign those articles in the preeence of the shipping'master Another branch of the ottce ia that in wbioti tbe u.aatera sod mates undergo en examine tloo. Auofjer breach is for paying off the seamen ttsr.t is to ray, the seemeu is naid oQ at this oflicc; and in it, w<< Save a money order cT.ce and a savings bank, so that he may remit the moaey, when he rocelvee l, to b'.s perenta or frlefx1*, or depesit It in the savings baek Thai act has been nf much va"ue, and dene a grn tt deal of good, the examination of masters aa-t mates bas ma trrially tended to elevate tho character of tbe ciflners of our'..hips. You may teel twit you do-not rrqu .re t in your" country, for 1 must do you the -jitlce to say, that, fudging by those who bawe come to 'Togland, your mas try s are men of high Intefllgsuce and great shrewdness, and ev?, y wey qualified Co command ships without an examination; but I reper.t, this a:t bas tended, In our OOUtry, v-ry mater ally indeed to elevate the character of oor masters and cXcers. The shipping eft ces have been a great boou to seamen and a great advantage to shipowners. Now, it is not a question worthy of your consideration, whether It will not be advisable for you to eetebl ?b similar ettlces throughout your country. That is a matter for your consideration solely. We are not Interested in It If you were to eetahlieb shipping offlora, Into which British seamen should be admitted on the same terms and subjected to tho same charges as Ameri can <? amen, thrn 1 tnink our government would be wll ling to allow your scano n the eame pri vileges In our ship :sg cttleet Thin Is anotL ?<- matter wbieh I would like the gnvernnicnt of this Board to take into consideration. There are rther points of very considerable importance, but ae tl.sy involve, to a oerta.n extent, quern 'asof po Iky, w b:eh thoee questions to which 1 have already re hired do not, they being more str.clly bueineae quse Hois, I have greater del cacy In touching upon thcui: but if you will allow me to be frank, 1 will elate my views, surh as they are. npon those questions As you are Hail, we repealt (1 our navigai.un laws in 1849 The act came Into fores n Ik.10. In 1854 we also repealed the act as applicable to our coasting trade, eo that the ships of Amer a ?re now placed <>? "?rl'-v ?be ?u" .Cr f xl' potU of England from any part of the wnrld from our pWcmlooi n tbo fcAt, or noy wbere-M Brtisb rh'i g. Any American ship cau a'ro enter our coasting ^ I*? owners ihtnk proper to do ?o, on eiiicti? tho same term:- ae ? British fthtp. 1 meat here remind ton >t wbat Lit* ever been tbo profsss??l policy of th.s er.at i ten. There wm recently living amore you? lt.< i* low gone?ft gentleman whom I held .n veiy ^hV""ci{ He WM ft citron of thin plane. and ft d't;ng"i*? ed ) Dialer of lb., countjy at, r courtL 1 mean the Hon Abbott Uwrence. 1 mention h.a um? with gr -ftt respect I hud the plea* re of know.ug h m perae,tally. aud I do not know Hat 1 have for a d?* I,me met a liner specimen of ft man. Ina oer tain correspondence in regard to the light duen, that passed bet*esn Mr lawrenceand lord Palmer-ton, pub lished in otr parllamt ntary paper., your m-nlsvcr l..d down the principle ujon which tbl. guv.rnm-'nt pro ,??r. to have arwd n .<? ntercourr? with . Iher n.^ Hens?and it la tho pruicip'o which all your em.neot run amen bftve laid down?aamely, the I r.ocipla of re eii.roc ty. Well, v e cave to you the whole of our oaat 'ng trade. Yet/as ft Tree trader. 1 mult tell you frankly dcrahlr ga.r.ets by the free trade p<.i;cy^ Well. whou^w. opened toe cast eg trade to you we ex pacted that yonr gu\ertoient would adhere to thl. grant, sound as la 4 down by Abbott Inwrence,and that 1 opes pur trade to u. 1 am aorry to nay that you at.ll 1 re^lti your "oaaimg trade and you do more-I do not ! .no . v.n what pr.nr t,ie you managed to CO t?I apeak to you ? the brit of feline on thw pr.nb-yon oonrtrue I to r .?oa.linrr trad, to Include the trade between New York and California ' am at n low to understood how too rs. call a trade that trarele nearly round the vtorll J VaT" I will to:! yon what the British ehipev. tier says. "W ny," r.y. be, ? th* trad. bf,^? Ca una and V ndon in quito " much a eoaatlag trada as that between Callloru a and New Yont, b? route the dtttanco Ml ?*? ' Heady 1 ,m * I, ea to ree why, if the one mi to be termed a ? c oning trad.," tha ..thgrabould not batealao. Then t no 7a. the trade to the Wr.t 0OA?. Tta rn>M COnaV ' t 'rade ! air it a in.* to utderatand how. You .and i'r. a ror-gB country. Ynu faosb p your go? ta, carrying itarci rer a 'orelgu territory, and really, on the pr'mff pie of e ty, It ?i*m? to me It w Jd be very d.fBcalt for j nu to b '? j our ground there. If you were to g v. up your o otojA.ly id tho ooartdig trade *hat wouldtta Br,list. ib'powrer ga.n, and what would you I de. f oar. r-in ?' 1. worth anything, t toad. me to think that . u wnld !"?e utile or noth eg, and that the British ab p Iwnr wovld gv.o mv. h lea. ttian he r.ppnsea I am of j ot nion that e <ber of tl.c queatioo. I have named A of ' n ore mv ru.ee to e Br.twh hlpowner th?? tt* oae?i <* 1 do not believe Uul you wou'l h*e any >f that rade. became 1 believe that every nation can con dirt in own ceaitrg trade to the bent ad vantage 'J_*w? rait ibat tbe fwrdea ant Sawweglnna eal.u* U.aok br ,\d " an t working fee low wap>a, would drive . of our oaal.ng trade but we barn reUlne 1 It Mlfcf ? U.te iinylr ine.ii, 11 .at before tbn Pweden and Sor? w, c ai ?Jwn eran*" a lb- -oanl ng trmte. ttey muat era?e and lira In the porta ef logland They will there be ert to the Win" duller aod burthen, aa BfUlah owner*, and mart feed and pay the aame nan. aa Itrit ih reen.cn are fed anl pw.J When 1 lorn; totha I vaat energy "f the :\>wer'.cao pecple. whet I that they tave grown to be tn# greatest mar l.me nation on lb. rare ot tbe earth, I say who in fit to eume and lake away i tlieT 11 nil Wig trade fr nn them' I do B'1'. oelleve ibal I <rui w 11 n?<!er nt all if you throw open th oonating trade air el ent II* !? va that iniUad of aufferlng ) on wo ld .ncreai - tba traihe along tout eonnt and the trad* nlcaMl tear *a?t aaabenrd. And wbat do y?i did \on "oai ,s._l muat tell you fraakly-a sreat anwrce ol annoy, i anee n the part of tAglaud The shipowner, of t reat Brna n are constantly complain ng about the i?opla of America in reward to tbe coeat ng trad# kou mar not care* s eat d.al al?ut th-wa buaermga, bat anything that rt r* up an rn.wity brtwrao two g*eat call ioe..cape c ? two great commercial nationa such aa Itgiaad and Am.r i sis! m a oertA.neatant limit the trade between I th, re cc'iatrlea more than It would be 1 m led .f this rause ..f gfrvaeca aod ahowyan.- wrre removed. 1 w< .11 Jk> to bava yon give lb* subject a.-atedld and Im rail ale ?? <*at oa. and If yon l?em lta?H isahle.preaetst vmr <ewi to the gorernmaat lam not autbor'rnd to any it. been new 1 do tad r?mw h-re vented with any auahwliy?tbc jh 1 may take the -pP?' ton If of sar ng that a tba itoone of Cotrmora ! tbe Mil fbur or five years. 1 hi.ve bed tba good f.*r t- f to carry aiont of those marih ne queatloaa wb ch I I bare hr< abt be-nre th-m and tb?-efora If Amar'oa waa I pke'r to .wceda the coasting trade. I think I nboaki havn I the X uas of f-wmnooe with m* in a eetmg you in regnrW I to errta* mavtera to which I will nun rnfee 1 have bene i si- eking at what i. doe from Amer oa to I og.aod ?t me ' r tt ..uteoane thlld" that aredoafrom Inglend to A?er I Ira koa chaega a* Bothlng for tK light, npon your tlx wen k?. act a ao?'.a part. Tqwaay that it la tbe drtTrf a great civil tied nation tollght her shore., to ' ??rn th ** -trangcrasba lavltaa to tr.Ce with bar from thrp. i ta 4 danger. That A worthy ot a grant nakoo. I Kul ?hue t oa we actlag upon tkat nohU prlaaipla. wr, I am serrt se . do n?tf l "W yon. W< lay Juea igon i ur ehi a. and* dsn ugen ?nr own. f? ttc ata ninc tba fw-i.tn una owr aliuret. Three dues ammat to a large su?. eoeueliy np-w Amerlesa ah pe. We elan charge your Teasels wth r tacage a waters wVern plkta are not needed We alec charge yea with total du?a,fCT turborn I ft, a: wh eh yon c-m derlv* no benefit. We levy upon ron fir "tAss ng u,la. for ata,Blaming anch karhora aa Wud'iojt b. I>>r?,J!umagata and t\ h.tby, which your vessels enarot raier AU tbeae oh? gsa amount to a wry large ta? annually American ,h Now. f.r>?we mgaaJ wsra *? give c this charge of 14M does npon your ah pe. and the enwtpnWy p totage.ae Ahat your ah:pa might act ha r* 1 UK d to ;wy for pilotage, except wtaeo they reqnirwd tha aerv cra of a pilot, and If we wo tld glse rp tboa# euaa wb'ch *e now levy ea "jwaa ag toll. ' If |on gar* up veer cwetw. trad*, and w* gar* up thma exaction*, 11 rtro.cn nie that yen would h? very much the g^.nara. and you would ror ve a aer out ton. j anee, and do ranch to <tove,upe your awa trada. Hswavrs. that i. t matter lor the o usuteiallop of the gorernmaat of this B ard and I to bops that yon, and th* ehtpownww graerally, aod tba America. p*Mxv-beeanee th* ta a qoeetlon 'n which tha I?-pie id vwerica are Interested as w- . ea the mer chauts 1 to h.'pe I say that yoa will giv* It a lair aa l ,w.t*?n?l wmecicais-io, and. If you eaa agree Witu th* vtewa 1 ha** HipreMed, I trnst you will tub. torn* rt?*| la your g veeameat, and If you caeaot agrae with th* whole of aiy r ,r?s. y ou may, perhaps. ??s*t lb* u-irat o# n ?,mr modUtod furr- Y. 0 may say, th '?' t seree to throw agieB lb* trad* brtwaea New t .rkar.d \*w ""irers 0* Itoaton and New Orleans, srs or* preparol to rt** op the trada fmsi ths re?t?rn to the Wsntern pert, how. IB lb* J?r.-Aanfc-- *Kip?"to K^orf we bar* re c mwirndcd that all h?*e t?*?s to whtoh 1 hara rvferrc-i 'ball be abo.iahrd, and that fbraign as wsli aa Rnt sh sh.p ownnm shall b* fc-iarsd from tboae burden, a, ( er have rromsMsiW that ibsg Shi'! be removed ia facer oaly of iboon eat. ?a who will ntv.prorat* That 11 tb? way this question aland., aad 1 da not th.na Tag sal w ?t*ld tboae Wiargrt neieas yod t'r* w ttrthug in r.i rn lhen there * tba T*?toi? ol yrtis refstry I ab ' Ilk* *ery aiwh myfrlf b> hara yon exawiua the ? a tor and sc. if y. u improrr your ps <*ent mode . ,?r. Tcm.nt 1 th'ak yon raquir*.a mate*:?? ehaags a?, -nd I would submit to your nnMMUsstiaa rn.r new ? .71 rcgwier .na sb.pa, whieb waa lotooduce,! 1 I e !? r yenr law. as at prraml ei at.r*, 00 sr e -an r?t aC amsrtran rsgwtas .atoaa aha a Ameneiaa bn-'i ji strtara ?* t* y -miT?a ara thd oa^u ?y ttto exclusion <ft M thlpa vbieh an Mi American bndt, kMUM you tre ttoraty prtrruM from laspor- -g ?hips such an w, ^ produce to our eoantry at * ljwer eoNlMiyw can build them yourtei red?sucb a* iron ships, for i'jSlal)Ce You are losing aieo your interest m fishing trade, Im-osum tbe peculiar the ^?w',ouuOland bind of pott area Id that trade cannot be built at a? low a 00,1 m the United tilatee as it van to our colonies. Altboufb ^ y M e?n, aa a general rule, bulkl ships chetp'r thau we caa?as is proved by tbe fast that you eeud your Americas built snips to (Is(laud and sail them there? ye ..a tbe law now stands, sou are prevented from buymr, in toe cheapest market. When It la perfectly clear thf you can compete with the world In shipbuilding as a whole, why should yon, when you require s particular s'jip, like an iron sieamer, or a Newfoundland fishing hor.t, tw pre vented from buying that steamer or boat? think this is a point requiring your conatde ration I If .ink you '.re Injur Irg yourselves by this exeluilve pollsy. 1 recently beard of a case which illustrates this. As as , American vbip was scId to s house in Liverpool, snd '.eglstered Ihsas It so happened tbat tbe owner wanted 'to repurotoss* dn < ship, because be wanted her immedla'Aly for a parflcutar purp<<ae, and coold not lay his baud r,^ any olh?r suita ble ship But tbe American law stepped In. Tin ahlp bad been registered as s British sh ip, and could never be registered ?ja,n as an American e'uip; and thus tbe former owner, one of your own people, was defeated In b*? pur pose. Iconic nowlo tbe last point to whlob I wieh to refer?belligerent rights at sea?and this Is a Tery Im portant point We have alas reported upon that, audi will read to yon tbe words of our report?they are very lew. You are awaic tbat 'jy tbe leclaratloa of Parte, in lbfifl, we look one step Is. advance, and dec'ared ibxt a ututral liag should over an enemy'n goods, not contra band of war; but the committee, of which 1 was a mem ber, thought it tbelr <?uty to take a allll greater step is advance, and they made a recommendation is these words > Yonr .-Jnunlllee have thought U their duty thus briefly to otnt eat to vuurtcD.irable house the prsasat uuaauafacb>ry povltl-rj of this 7'.*'Btlon ts it inimedlatsly affect* UriU<h mer Chan: shipping. I bey have done so In IS* oaaAdeuee tbat tbe wtl'fi t fbjevi v. Ill receive due attSBUon IB (hat quarter, where be rrspncHlbl'.ity nets of taking suclv meusures. In concur isiav with foreign rowers, a* may olSOS lbs areeent interna tlnrial regulk.iona on a better footing. Your eowuuUee are av are tbat grave objection* have bees urged by high authon tt?s ?ga t?any further Hep In eitvance. bu' they cannot clone 7rla br.ef f mment i n *o Imuortani a jueeUon without eipreM tng a hope ihat) ou honorable h <u*e will agree with them in the opinion ibat. in the pre frees of oivUi/.itloo and In the cause of hum-s.ltj, tbo time bod arlved wh?n all private property, not contraband of war, (boald bs exempt Irom capture at sea. I bad, 1 may say, the pleuuro and satisfaction o' writ ing this report, upon wntob the oommtttee agreed with me in all tbe tn.tln features at It; and 1 must say tbat I never lajd oown a principle with greater satisfaction man I did tbe principle which 1 have regit to you here; an t I do slice rely and fervently hope that the time may arrive w hen all private property shall be exempt from oapture at ??a, ibat tbo temptation to plunder, which to? often leads to war, may bu removed, and tbat men may no longer be permitted to tuduige In It. I do sir :e *fiy hope tbat you may agree with me is tbe views I bive expressed, and may urge upon tbe government of this country tbe dceirab.llty cf movJig with Kngknd one step further, mak.og all private property, evwpt articles oontrabaml of war, sa cred, snd putting si end to Ute seizure of such property by prtvsteers, whether It be by sni|ie carrying letters of marrpie. called privateers, or ber Majesty's ships, fltwd out in Biglsnd, tod going forth, in tbe usual pbrase, to "burn, plunder and destroy." 1 do hope tbat you will add your influence to that of those In England who hold tbe same views tbat 1 do on this subject, so that these two great a arlilme cations may agree ou this important question and tbat the right to capture and destroy pri vate prop< rty may cease, and cease forever. I bare thus enumerated, in as condensed a form aa I could possibly state tbcm, the main points which I have thought it my duty U> lay before you; ard tbe cotrse I intend to pursue Is to met l tbe Chambers of Com mere in New York, In Philadelphia qpd In Baltimore, and explain sty views to tbrm ard endeavor to get them to memorialize tbe government In some way and when tbe gov amount bss received the nemor.ala from tbe several Chambers of Commero* and Boards of Trade, 1 B,ehail then go t)vn to Washington, hcplrg that then your government will have determined to act upon the subjects presented in these m< n.ona!* and in tbe manner I desire. These, Mr. Presi dent. are the main points which ? bad ia view In desiring to meet you here to day. Mr Baxun?In view of tbe sulject which bu been pre stated to tbe consideration of tie Board this afternoon, I would submit tbe following rewuution ? Resolved, That a committee ?f twelve be appothled to consider the various subjects presented to the govern ment of Ibis hoard by the H?. W S Undslay, M P., namely?The liability of tblpovnurs?tbe rule of the road at sea?collisions?signal lights?the application of the Brli rb foreign Deserter's actio Ms ships of tbo Called Mutei?ofli ru ts committed oi the h gb seas?me settle ment of disputes relative tr wages, Ac ? tbe establish meet of shipping cilice*?lie rghia of belligerents? tbe registering of British built vessels?tbe ooastlng trade, Ac. Tbe res.ilut.cn was ado-t*d, ard tbe President sutho rlced to appoint tbe comm .tee, which was constituted as follows ? Jamvs M. Beebs, George B. Upton, William Appletoo, R B. foriwe, Charles 0. Vhitmore. Isaac C. Bates, Oebirn Howes, William F. Weld,Charles J Morrill, Alpbeus Har dy, N H Ka>m<ns "n motion, the President, Edward ? Tobey, and tbe Secretary . Lorenzo fiablne were added to tbe committee. The President then called tbe atteotloo of tbe Board to tbe fart, tbat several of the topics which had been pre noted by tbe honorable gent'emen had already been act ed ut on by the Board, as would appear by reference to ike last annual report, although so far as known. It bad not led b> any legislative action. On many of these topics, be was happy to say, tbe Board would doubtless agree with the views evprer-ed by the gentleman. but on others, there would be, perliape, wide iUfisrenors of npln !<?. H"?"vrr as th.-fe topics had *11 been pUx-4 in charge of a committee, this was not the place to discuss ibem. No further burineas being proposed,tbe Meeting ad ouraed. 1 Iwiermmtionml Utatrai Atertf*. ,Krom the ! ivrrpool Mercury d-pi 11 Tbe commercial Vkh e of good tempet la fkr greater it mi i* g>uera!ly realized, and the impedimenta thrown in tbe way < f !'u*is<m by mitundi raUndlnge and Irrita t ion in vol re antuallv an enormous kaa lo the wealth of the country One of the moat fruitful aourcea of ibc-i b Ddraocee a tbe different meth -t ml. ? a ei'.ata In ditfe rent porta of distributing lie- lota wh ct artara when (a vttvel and bcr cargo being In '.mmlneat danger) some of tbe material of tbe ablp, or a portlaa of brr lading, are deliberately aacrlltced, In order to p-raerre tba raautln der of tbe intereata at sinks A Iom nlulling trocn aucb a r Incur) art '.a cal>d ' general average " Korea ample a vessel may be lytrg over on her beam en da, and tbe only -*ay of righting her may be by catling away a nut or tbe may be laboring ao u.uct In a gale tbat it la neceeeary la throw part of ber cargo overboard in order to .igbten ber, wbicb act M caled "jettison " In tbeae au1 aim lar caeea, It la obrteualy net tbat the oenere of all tbr Interrata at alaka i - ship. freight and cargi?ebould pay tbe owner of tbe aacrtflced pro perty. Tbli la acknowledged by el maritime natiooa, but tbe dctaila of tbe mode la wblcb tbe Ices la to be die MkaM, and also what la a general average loan, are by no mesne e? tiled and tba eetla wblcb reeul' from aucb a Male of Uiingn will be beat eapiaiatd by .be fMioe.og rtreu'ar, which baa htrn taaued with a view to So ding a remedy i? Nsnojut Amonano* raw m Paoeonov o? Pocu I bimi, Mo. g Warium Puxw, Uwim tiajmanni?Tbe ayatem at general avarage la one whirb, to preernt confusion end ipjuetiea,pee eminently requires that the nor principle* abuuld be acknowledged among tbe chief maritime natiooa Sd fir It tola from being tbe rase. bowerer, thai enme of tbe moat .m|?>rur.i rulra vary not only tn the aarae country, k it m the name port, tticerUinly In law la always an erll and, In re gard lo general arerage, the av.i la pecui.ariy fell Tbe ship may be owned In uneooontry. Insured Id another, ber cargo owned and (neurtd In several, an 1 tbe port of dealt ?i i . where the general a.-rage la made up, may be la a country wbib haa differ act rue* to aay of tba others. W bat ;? oni'ldcrrd to be particular arerage ? ? ship n one port la held to be general average la an ther, to tbat tbe owner of an outward bound ablp aay And bimaelf unable to recover bia I ma either from hta un denrr tare at bom* or aa general average abroad or. oa lb*- other band, be may be in a petition to lademalfy bim aril fraudulently twice over. A vim liar remark woald apply lo special chartea oa freight sad on cargo A very large proporttoa of the most Impirtant questions reel! in i rgkjxl aominaliy upoa the dactatnn of Uial estremaly tafoc authority, ' the ruatom of idoyd> hot raally de rend# upon the idiosyncrasy of the particular adjuster who may be rnlrarted with the payors. Hence ar.ee many ocms wbcre aptarr nlly la; wttcr muat be done to aaaurtr or assured ?ther tbe assured fuds b.taaetf aa I died w;tb a ioaa ageart wbicb U induced btawelf tu ? rrd, or U," underwriter pays one which war not conal ierrrt In thaprrmlum Much loaa it occasioned lo the mercantileorrnimnmty ar-1 to tba coontry at large, and mucb raiaakia tune ta wora- than wasted, tbrmvrh buainrwa ?- impedel by ma underatand nga and ir'iut- d feellnga A still more crying evil, result.og frum the praaawt un certainty of ins and custom, ta tbe opening wbleb it leaves for evrry sort of ahuaa Attempts are dally batrg made lo Inirodoc- charge* ofdbemoat outrngeawadeaer r tioo, which do nets wo go into the pocket of : a? ahipowr - er, but wh.i'b be ?eel? bimaelf Lelpieee to rcaiat Crom waot qf a law lo appeal to, and be naturally nona.-tar* bimaelf

hardly uaed rhouid ..bargee ahuu be himself baa paid be aafuaed by hia underwriters, though these last arc e Mlgut to refuse. a ; isltoe U thctneeivea and to prevent tba in novation booming a yreotdsat. Tbe -v.la of sues a Male of lb.oca arc no'.or: una sad t:n utuiwallotied, Um ugb it may be donated whether m.uy are uaflnctly tradable ta it, and are tberrfor*. rem ?* ble, iri nl.arly rtwllied aa p-oceedtng from this aawrre I Prf lwbff the ahief r?%eoo which haa h..h*rtn prevent--1 aby per - ml mo.rment ta favor of th i ret rm la aa ciag geraled antiwete of the d fllcullte* in the way of harry og it ??t. Tbe dlfhcnltke are, no doubt, cowatderable ; but they are fbr lr m br.ug inauperabie, and the important of the and amply untitles an attempt In grapple Witb Uosi Bote. the assured and the undot writer are aterevt d 'r placiry their mutual reiall?ts upon a footing which WotiM effect a saving of I'm* and temper, and would secure them agi ret tbe annoy.ng pecuniary l<?? to whkh thay are at present caponed. It la aot if ao much importance bow tb?d.?,ruted points of general arerage are fettled aa that they ebouid be rattled Mnet of the quest.ma are In the end merely mailt ta of amount hetvwa .*?* set of underwriters and another, and I would make little d tlnrwnoe to any under writer upon whn h interest it might be determiaed tbe < barge should fall It la tecs tbat there are poiate, e.h as the allowance of wagea an 1 peovtaiona ia a port of refuge, which wou'd raise questions betw?e* ahi|towaer sad underwriter, bat for th ? ?ake of both 11 it to the last degree dee'rable tbat tbeee should aot be left aa a bono of contention hem-en assurer an 1 insured, aa they are at ? ret eat, ? g , whan goods to Amsrtca are iosttrod In r ag laod. The evils of the preeent ayatem bare already nauaed much d east t ecum ta America aa well aa in thle . ouatry, a> d will become more and mnve Intolerable as the com w rre if the world Increaaee. which it -.ems likely to do with a rapHity hitherto unciainpied Th" time thee would ecem to here come when an attempt should be made to remove ib't moet unrece*aarr element af lgriln tton txtwesn araured aad nederwriter. In tbe b oe ol oomtaf to aa uhderatandlng upr.n th<a qvati ?? th* conn-il of tbe Natioual Asvv.alcu for the iVomrOcff r a* alffr ee? here letpvrr. Beg thai t brought forward ft* dlacuaeion at their ?**_, mee'ta ? at filaigow, ua Monday, Heplember M M)J rollo win da? e, aoa w? earnestly trust that yo-^ wlU flod lt iB yOU power to 'rod representatives of bo(j. ?, lhat meet tog, a* i ig very desirable U>?^ delegates from the com mon \ft| b(,d:ts in aitlereu' p^t,, ?f lbe world which are cb',?iiy interested rhou'ld bo preeont. We are, gentlemen, your obedient eerwanle, BRoluHaM Ayd vaCX, President of the Council, GEORGE >V. ilsBTIN'lirt, General Secretary, Natioial Aau'iclatlob for the Promotion of Social Bcieooe. Id NT AN DUNBAR, Chairman of the General Ship owners'Society, Lnndoa. THOM AS Baring. Chairman of Lloyd'e, I/mdon. WILLIAM WI DON SAl'NDEHS, Chairman of the AMO c ist ion for the Protection of Commercial Interests, te., London. W. J T9MIJN80N, Chairman of the Chamber of Com merce, Liverpool. F. A C1IN C, Deputy Chairman of the Shipowners' As encialioo, Liverpool. CHARLES LaNgToN, Chairman of the Cnde-wrlters' Astoclavton, Liverpool WILLIAM M MOSS, Chairman or tbe Association for tbe iTotectton of Commercial Interest, Ac., Liverpool. ALLAN GTLMORE. Chairman of the Shipowners' Aa e-K'iation, Glaaagow. WILLIAM P. 1'ATON, Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce end Manufactures, Class go w HENRY J. ATKINSON, Chairman of the Shipping Com mittee of the Hull Chainterr of Commerce end Ship ping. WILLIAM BROWN, ATKINSON k Co., Managers or the Humber end Hall Malael Insurance Association. JOHN SHUTE, Chairman of the Chamber of Com merce, Bristol. H will be seen that the chief commercial bodies of the country are gMM in the matter. The enb)?ct has been takvn up with spirit by the Chamber of Oommeroe, New York; Board of Trade, Philadelphia; Chamber ofCom meroe. Mobile; also at New Orleans end Boston. At Ham burg, likewise, tbe Chamber of Commerce la interesting itself much id the movement, and In other towns on the O'Dtlnent It is exciting attention. A synopsis, we are In formed , te being prepared and printed fur the Glasgow meet ting winch already con tain a the practice of England, Boston (United States), Mobile, Brest. Bordeaux, Boulogne, Am sterdam and Antwerp, and there appears to be erery prospect that the meeting et Glasgow may result la some method being arrived at of putting an end to the present extremely unsatisfactory state of matters, and thus lay lag the first stone of an international system of mercantile law. THE QUADRENNIAL CONTEST. What is Doing in Georgia, Sonth Carolina, Virginia, Minnesota and Massae' nsetts. Tlie Great Result to toe Known in Six Weeks. NECESSITY POR ACTION. Nominations in the Metropolis and Elsewhere. THE STRUGGLE FOR THE SPOILS *o.. Ac., Ac. alarming state of feeling in the SOUTH. Or* SPECIAL COHMSrONPlKC*. Atlaxta, Ga., Sept. 23,1880. TT*a! Will U Pone ty the Smith if Linci'.n it Elected?? Jhi Excitement on the Plantation!?Prompt Action of the Planter!?Organization of 8e~ret Armed and Mount ed Patroll Cruth Out the AMUionidi and Siggcr Stealer!?Ccvj.denct of the Planters in the Etdtli g of their A'?grot*?The Religiout Eaercite* and Amutem--nl.< cf the Slave! Curtailed on Account of the Midnight In ' curticru of St rtkem Incendiariel and Home Robteers. <t ? Relurnng from a brleT but starching viait to th? Inte rior plantations, your correspondent has arrived At thcwe conclusions ? 1 TbAt ibe Northern people labor under the groeseet ignorance in regard to the rclAtionn of manter and slave ' "j^rha "UiUnae excitement ex.eta ;o All the .eolated district* in regard to the movcmeuu of the abolitionist* ?'V>That the agrlcultiral population la rife for revolution "a SCt?U*eolnbe eleoted, men can be found ready to go to Washington. and by force prevent bla lnaugura Tbatdtiiere already exists an armed league, pledged to tbla and other purpose*, boetile to 1 tncola't govern men! starting se ?ome of these conclusions are yet there are frtqueut grounda for believing them warranted by the fkctl. jkjmimm rturwm Many Northern people labor under the moat 'absurd prejudice* relative to life upon the Southern plantations. They bold up eoctin ually the terrible picture of saves -oourged, manacled, branded and burned. Tbey figure to them telves the poaition of Blares In the cotton fields, working under the taab, and whipped for every alight rB<>?lecft,^ dut* Nothing could be more ridiculous. instead of the la.b being the atimulant to labor, en pi,illy and the pri* r?ri, of personal gain are tbe actual incrullree. On nan) ^uHot"' plantations the ah... has an l.lAr-l ? ibe crop and In ,u expeditious gathering, and, however .mall hie proportion may be. It in, nevertheless ntutlb cient at mulur to tbe negro a cupidity to render the use of the whip altogether unnecamry Th.-y work bard, fattbfuliy and cheerily; and when the day's work A done they bare their merry dancing and t.t.ging frolics, so full "original burner that they would create a pleasurable rental en in the heart of the iUffest abolitionist the North can pn-dupe The negroes are happy and contented In their work in tbe cotton fields II Is their normal condition, and those who |wmmj tlm .ssnsrtion bad better so South and exaaiae for themsrlses. The re Sti. n between master and slave a that of - lual inter^ rat It is the Interest ef the master to feed, clothe and house bis negro., well; and .1 la the negro,,' interestivo work laltbttdiy and diligently In view of coming rewards, tarmws naovmaanv i* run ?out*i? wsim tn. Notbkag is more c ear than that the most intense ex elUment prsratla in the isclaUd agricultural districts, aiwms from 'be reports of the diabolic I operations ot abolilieaists In mber sections of Uie country, *?*??' tlcularly The planters hare to fear of the Odetlty of their alarea tf kept aloof from the devilish machlnntioos of Northern incendiaries and even In such a case, they arc thoroughly ooefident that out of every hundred alarm who may be tempted, not more than owe will prove ti ear be roan, tn theee isolated districts the planters and their ,oet have but little rim to do than to ride, shoe! nod super latend their plantatlcns. The boys In these d IS iricU act born ot> horses, and the girls soon learn in stimulate their brother, to gallant nod intrepid deeds. The agricultural region la south Carolina, Georgia, Ala bama. Texas. As .< an produce a mounted force of r>ne men that cannot b* surpassed la the field by any other class ,?r people. And terrible as toe rmlity may be. tbe state of publi * fetlieg Is at this time ruch as to warrant the belief that this vm. for* of armed asd mounted tree will be concentrated both for assault and defence, upon the onmmkwton of the first overt hostile art by Lincoln. Is case he should be elected Tbe young men in the agri cultural dialr lets are reedy for a fight at any moment. and indication, are everywhere to be seeo that even the mr*l COfiMTT^lTt pilDifTi AT? Tip? for rCTO'uliOO Mu separation the meaieat their ilghte are invaded by the rr?r.! power This it no Idle talk, but a photograph of tbe actual condition of thisgt tn the immense agricultural districts of the Booth win tnx marenuTtuei or imorns ss rovrrf t smstso Your eorrespondent has eiamtaed earetslly InU this sub iect, and lias arr red at the oonelusloa above ex prr.se. There W ao dwguislng the fact, er hoodwink ing the matter Tbe hate entertained by thousands of Boulberwers toward the Northern soollUon'sta M '.nteose and chr.sne. Tbey consider them their deadly foes, coo spirstors who would incite servile Insurrtcllen. and ,p pined the bloodimt deeds of Ui# nsurgeate. Tney regard Lincoln m the rrprmenUHrw man of that clam, and rather than he ruled by him, they would make Horrible reeKtarce to his inauguration Pdty or oae hundred ev asprtated ^uitheTDerr?ard I knew tbey ev.st?tmgbl cause tbe streets af tbe capital to low w tb blood, and one drop spilled witl be tlw signal for a general rising in tbe fioutb. nad n demand far sepaiau n Ton would be a,t<-i. sbed to wlUieea the fnaiiag on this subject among seme of the m<wl lotellifent people a tbe agrical.ur*. dMrlctr. wbere tbe rtresgtb of every Btate actuary liss. IS Turns A w?l TSmV URA*. ?' I Indeed there !*, and n ntrong one, tm. It has its in every county in th s Bute Tbe league Is cnap*** mo?U> of planters, who are arranged into e wag tales ? der the commend ef suitable captains Th? patrol Is ' e.ery night, all over tbe Bute, and are the watch .n every d r.ction for nesro stealers and incendlar m A ovti ber << wwperate ?hite men have already been caught and barged lor burns* dwellings and gin h wce.ard en ltd g t ?grom to ma away three have been tete!y dW oov, red e here these negro ?t?n!?rn would rentfe,. vees h dd!e their regroee together and ooococt plans for f'.tsre derredsttoa*. Apart from ?upp'-*?.og tb.s< ,npgs of ilia-as, the ob.ocl of tbe Southern I/snpae is to br l, ab ut a cordial co operation nmoag stouthernern. and to he ready for net! n the moment the arll cal ;n* urn M wim m dteu. m t. te be decided That there ere men in thin Im*u* "h1 ??u'd go G? Wssbtngtin and orelhly prevent Lincoln's Inauguration. T am a.r?ady ap irl rd Tverything In the bear) of tbe Boutb-r? wintry Low.- res the a.ei.rat e tii.taprlltlml vnlcanA ss-nother wbwh tadeetieed.eotnetimeorother. le bnretast ,-e'Ur oeeoiat on and devmUthm o'er this air nnl. Vnt srl 11ot tbe hard of tha A m gbty be nte-posel to I rnetit to dreadful a catasuopbe? 4-11 DO'.Vq OF THE COMrN'I CONTEST IN GKORtHA. or* srwut coHiutspovnirvc*. An." rrs, Gn., -ept 1400. 1rm K-r, eud Dwglai Cnt'e in ftryk'-P. C."? / Augjtm?Pt Pmpl'. Burin**, Pun, Her,or omen:. PtM :t,V BmUr, Retegbm, Eepr.**! and .v iiywpery Mart Ckuc'^u.'KTll and Aril DtaVj* ' I mmU-A BioMcnU City, ? TtOcno OoonmI , fopuiation?.ftuia in fte Can on Ora<* MaOwt?A Oengrttman Sfxwa?WUl Douglcu Hang Jraitonl . Me , do. ' Augusta, of all the In tartar Southern cities, In the rjoat to be revered and respected for Us mornl, religlo'* and temperance habtta. That intoxicating liquor la drunk In the place, and also in the suburb*, la undoubt/,diy true. But show me a city of over fifteen thousand inhabitant* where yon will not find the same demo rait llU6 practioe. But, while in other plaeee they blazon their inebri ety to the faoe of all the world, k.ere in the well regulated and lively city of August* yon will find, aa I learn from one of the city mlaateaexlee. Colonel Crump, that nine-tenths of all the winey improprieties are com mitted la the private apartments of the bachelors, and la the out of town temptations termed barbecues, or "cues," for short. In nearly all the hotels, the Augusta, kept by a popular gentleman named Whe*lock, and the Plasters', kept by a gentleman named Robbine, formerly of the Adama House, Bocton, being the principal, liquor la sold on all days and in the early part of tbe evenings, except on tbe Sabbath, on which day the sale of liquor, and, indeed, almost lta use, la forbidden?unless *a stranger, and especially an express agent from the otty of Charleston, arrives in town, on a m tea Ion of mercy. On such occasions the rigidity of tbe Sunday law is relaxed, and the stranger is permitted to isoeive and entertain bis frtenda with hie usual unctuoua bon homine. There are quite a number of drinking saloons and otber public schools in Augusta, which the city missionary in forms me are well supported by the public at large, aod also by private subscriptions. There are no theatre* at large, at present; bat Fleming, who is now in New York, opens at Oonoert Hall on the 29th, with an entirely ori ginal play, written by a Southerner, called "Palomba; or, The Carbonari." A Scotch gentleman, named Thomas Whyta, has opened a fine place, which he bxs christened ?'Winter Garden," after the Broadway theatre of that name. MAxriucromif is ArocxTA. Augusta con t hi hi about 10 900 Inhabitants. There are In operation the Augusta cotton factory, two mills, run ning 14,460 spindles. The present number of looms ran nlng Is 840, and it Is Intended to Increase the number in a short time 176 more. The present production Is ldi.COO yards per fortnight; number of hands, 893, the aggre gate wages paid to whom amounts to 81,800 per month. There are four first class flour mills on the oanal, sup plied with modern improvements. These mills turn out a large amount of flour. There are also on the canal extensive machine works, gin (cotton) lactones, Ac. The banking capital or the cltj amounts In the aggregate* to $3,076,000. The Adams Express business Is under the charge of Mr. Charles Haskell, formerly of Boston, and the office is among the best conducted In the com try. Mr. W. H. Helss, who so well attended to the transmis sion of the telegraph io messages during the Charleston Convention, has < barge of the Ulegraph here, and of course that Institution It well conducted. Mr. Helss Is from Brooklys. N. Y. Asorr tub riAinos?sow wnx gbokcia oo7?Fr.-uos on no FISHM. Although the opposition to Breckinridge generally con cede the State to him, get there are some shrewd mane Cera and workers who do not entirely despair. With the road <i oration before the people of Union or disunion, a large majority would undoubtedly declare for Union. The follow ing la one of the latest calculations :? The whole number of votee cast will not be above 110, 000 f-f there? Bell will receive 45.000 Breckinridge 45,000 Douglas 20 000 If 11 000 rr 12,000 Itouglas m'n vote for six Bell elec tors and four Douglas elector*, the six on the Bell ticket will have a majority over all the votes cast. Six, being s mu my of the electoral ticket oan flu all vacancies on tbe ticket, accordlrg to the <.corgis laws. Tbe Douglas mm will rrqulre no pledgne, but leave it to the maguaul mlty of the Bell men, whom they have plaoed in power, to eo fill the racarcies as t j cart the electoral vote of the State for either Bell or Dougiaa, as circumstances may jus tify?that la to say, if tbe electoral vole of Georgia will eltcl Mr Douglas It will be so cast If it will elect Mr. Bell It will be cast for Bell. Tbe Bell and Douglas men art powerless In Georgia unless this arrangement be efleeted; for In the evert of a non election by the people, lirecklnndge Is sure to receive the vote by tbe 1-egtsla ture, which Las been aires y elected, and in which Breckinridge bas an undoubted majority of from SO to 1(0. Tnis, In brief, is the present calculation among the xsidert. total #i mw?ooxTamuvtox. An election taken piaoe in Macon, to-morrow (Satur day), for Mat or. The Rreckmridger* run a ticket, and tbe "Dell Pegs" run another This la tbe first fusion demonstration In tbe State, and Its result is looked for with anxiety. The llrtcks have nominated Dr. lobelia Thompson, a very popular gentleman and an eminent physician of the high pressure pr ac pie. lie la a lecturer, and, of course, a favorite ?hk tha ai a lecturer, bo possesses steam of with the ladies. As a lecturer, be , "Great Eastern 1 power, but ta supplied with the patent safety valves and tbe new fangl *d brass stopoocks. Cay enne pepper, No. 4, is an clement in his favor. The "Bell and Dugs bare nominated another physician In the re gular, or aliopalliie, profession. The contest Is as murb between lobelia and calomel as It la between tbe Brocks und Ibc fusion lies, and an It Is likely that there may be a .iiagrcrment among tbe doctor*, the people will them selves step In to chore* rt-sio* m Arc.r?TA In th.s courty s Senator and member of tbe Bouse are to be chosen. Committee* of Bell sod Dougiaa men have already been appointed, and there Is no d..ubt but a fusion tlfleet will be formed. That ticket thus formed will be elect*J. I re'er to thee mat ter* for tbe purpose of showing thst n Bell and Douglas union on the electoral ticket In not nt nil improbable, but, on the contrary. very likely to occur. tai s ox tub caas? ooioxtt -'owns, to roctBsot or box. A. B. ?nflVtBX* n tbe Eighth d.strict bas tbe utasost confidence that Breckinridge will carry the flats by a maturity. Ho says 1 that, although tbe SUM has not been canvassed, yet by tbe interchange of nrntimeet among nsigbbors and by Utter, be has arrived at that oon< lua.oa. Fuslon.be tbtakn. will be of no arcoust and be laughingly abows bis long, baadscme, white te- th when anybody Intimates to ibe contrary. The Hon. Colonel Jones it s popular and sensible gentleman An Istanoe, to wit ? Q it thm yo ir first or second term la OuogreM. Clionet? A The flrst and lb-'last. (A laugh from a const It a cot 7 It docs n< t pay to go to Wash.ngV u,and 1 shall not be a candidate again Furtbermore aekod tbe querist ? V. i- i- ?r j ou tbiak, le no' popular te Georgia? A. No. he was not pnpwlar before his Nortout speech, and since then be baa Milan off greatly. Q What did be mv there to irritate tbe Georgians' A. That la ease Macula should be elected he would lend hie aM to taeleia his administration la baagtng all traitose. A Vouw?Doog as rons.ders a secenelor. let a traitor; nao if be la going to bang all arenaslooists, be had better cotrmence growirg benip at ones. (Hah hab ) Cot jo?r?? l *?nglas would hare stood better In tbe Bovib if he bed set uttered tbe words be did at Norfolk Ts it Voi< r?Ibat ? eo, Mr Joaee. There ain't bat one Bell mm la all DuUeck county, and he's the Beaton of a hardshell Baptist church wu hbi vans or reurinapw? bow m raars abb 'xxatxo axi' rns moers s odwisvstv Are j nr. swnre that the Wash.agios polit! a us and blre t'ng tetter writers have raoourne to a met foul means to cbest. in t only the people, but the prern of the failed Mali*, and auwcg ibe latter the moat lafineattal In the " iistij II i!.?- met he unknown to yoo?if anything be unknown to the Hruath?your correspondent will stats that it leknswn to yoer correspondent, and patent to tr.my respectable and inloenttal citlaen* in the looalitles interested 1 et it be then known that letters are sent to different part* of tbe country, nod supposed to reflect lb* sentiments of tbe tonal ties referred to, malted and jv-ltnaisei at tbe poet oil,cob la the** planes, and bearing tbe addrem oi such paper* ?? Ibe New Tomb Rm ?? n, that are written in the city of Washington? A case t before me Tbe Haaaii> publish td a letter from Crawto'dvlUe. in this Mate. In which sesnrk-s abuse was beapod upoa that particular locality, -vat eepertally the Hon A. H Mepbeas, who resides there It in re per led to me on good authority that that letter was written at tbe seat of geivtrcment. -eat under oover to the CrawfordvMs root Office aad tbenoe forwarled to ibe Nsw Y"?? Haatin as a letter or .gianttag in Crawford vtile. There eeee*id?rhble iwdlgeatiee among nilefaseen of people-Breckinridge. Dmigln* and B*N men?at the aeeerlMtr made la that letter But one of your aperials will visit the locality si oner, and report accordingly cot Axiaoav * nt ki an, ?em xv m> nnsroi Bum, was for many year* a reeideat of this ptaoe. He has e ? ?rice ' vrg bete, tbe w IB ' Mr A Frederics, a worthy clli/rn. "he it at this moment iatx ring In a state bor dering on dn tract ion, news of bar brother's death hav ing "Wt been mnio un.oatod to bar. Another brother met n violent death a short time stnee. by being thrown from n wagon In ihw city. There la aantber brother sow living is iT'wnlevllle,California. Gel BuOirr was bera nderthe Frtaoh fag, to the An per taunt of Areaoe. bordering on ffwitm-rlaad, In tbe year 1 *24 He '-ante to ibis country with bin fk-ntiy In ln.12 or . r, \kg >i* be went Dto the employment of Mr Mwiel Feck, of New < TI inns, ad bookkeeper. Mr Fri-k esteemed him highly. At Ibc breaking not of the Mevieu war and when Gen Ta> lor wa* menaced with dentrnetion Hy tbe Mevi aa herdre be was one of thane who enlisted to tbe three ' ? v. n rer'irer '. n whirl, rr r[?i be ?crfgfi gg chplain to tbe r?;i*m< ti(it of bis superior off .-er, Geo I qnMman. Alter the term "f servV.-e aspire i Col Du ller ' rtturnsd to New ? rleac*. whence be sforrwards pre- I -ceiled to I'a'.fnrnla on b .tines* He I red near i ttea abo t three year* m a ranetmm, raising | et He here became intimate with Walker, who ?i \ >d to h>m bi? plana, and be safagii IB I *u.Xrr'i #mt rspodltlon in vest sg near'y sll his m aey Ihevs 'n. r'm* fiJ 000 or K fIB Dur rg ibe progress of the ?x,?diii"n. Obi ''..idler wan weaadet o ibe knee by a mask' ' hall, and cpon the Mhire of tbe enterprise re turned k ? cripple He was here, lining with bin I sister. #oi ne i? n year*, wben the ??pe It lot wbieh baa mat met an fhtal an end wan proponed. He Nkrd into <t with bis n"**stomed ar lor, leaving V w Qrleaas tome . two moniba a,*" snd the reeult is known. 0 i ' ' r vrd the unbeundel ntrsn ef a large | rlrc'e of nc sa Re bae fklends all or -r tin run try ratttcukVy hi tbe ffoutb? in Hnvaanab Mamn, | kontgomery, Mot'"r, New trleaoe, T- tas Ai . If n J .'His are mik.i'f nrrangemept. In I . hd body j hioogbt bare tor 1st- *rmeot, to e* c? *h? b ? * peter will j be to object _____ Ai. ' ??A G* , U.pt J3 1*94 I / g ergii n Ditu-..-<* ff Ana pta ?f As Bswl J Tvkrtt? Wtai WUk k Doar- 4e. f 1 herewith transmit a brief B.rtory of t?? po t -si 'sal- I M{* i ad mtiMib of tie man Frirumi gBklli?s > ?*ft?nnmeaxw j^nUmaewuieieetorftUtchra " **?> tnminiMi mntrr. Elrdart mt Largt C. J. McOenxid, of Cobb, formerly Governor Of Us? 8U(e end Judge or the Supreme Court, bee alwapa Mtt e Southern Rights democrat of the strictest acbool. Hift opinion ia euppoeed to be that the election of Lincoln would not be a cause of disunion, per it, bot will probably . favor ? convention for deliberation. Gov. ltd). Is very popular, but In bad health, which will perhaps prevent hie being United Stktee Senator In place of Boo. Mr, lverton. He waa the secession candidate lor Governor In 1861, but waa beaten bp Howell Cabo bp 18,000 majority. Henry R. Jackson, or Chatham, la in favor of the diaao* lutlon of the Union en the election of lioooln, having la troduMsd ret>olutioni in the county meeting in Savannah to that ellecl prior to the Caarleiton Conveutlon. He waft one of the seceding delegates from that ccnvenUoo. Hft wes Colonel of tbo Georgia regiment In the Mexican war, and Minister to a foreign court under President Piaroft. He la more of a law) er than a politician and a rather popular man. Has eomn iuilueuce. District KUxtort. 1 Peter Cooe, of Bullish, member of I *g.?i!aiurn a num ber or year*, strong lu hie >wn couuty; will favor dieualom in case of Llncolo'a eiecti >n a. W M. Slaughter, of Dough* erty. Nut much inliueuce. Position doubiftil. 3. O. C. Gibson, of Spauldlng. 4. Hugh Buchanan, of Ooweta. 6. lewis Turn I In. of Cars e Hsrdv Strickland, of K?raylha. 7. Wm. J. Lofton, or Jar per. 8 W. M Mclaioafa.ofCihert? all doubtful except the lntt,'who will probably favor dia union, aa that la the prevailing feciiug of the parip la Ibie State, in case Lincoln should be elected. Electors at Large. William I aw, of Chatham?An emiaent lawyer a Ha\annah, end en old whig, uol e politij.no, end will iyi - tekeenectlTO pert; bee ? lerge personal interest, but will not dm it. Against disunion. ? B. H. Hill, of Troup? American citndldate for Governo* two jfell ego, end wee beaten by Joeopb E. Brown, (dem.) present Governor; acknowledged leader of the American party in ibis ?Ute; very large Influence, end to ?tumping the Stele for Bell; bee largo prejtlee as e law yer; le against disunion in aoy emergency, and for the enforcement of tbc laws against treason under any circumstances. W District Electors. 1. S. B. P(*ccer, of Thomas, i Marcollus Douglas, of Handolpb. 3 L. T Doyel. of flpaulding. 4. W. R Wright, ol Coweta. A Josieb K Parrot, of lavs. 8. H. P. Boll, of Forsyth. 7. I. E Ihjproe, of Twiggs. 4. Lafayette Lamar, of Lincoln. All in favor of union, and all fatr men, tie most distinguished being tbe last named. Mr. lamer was a candidate for Congrces on the American ticket in the Eighth district, against the H 10. Alexander H. Stephens, and was defeated by 12,700. THJVCLAS TICKBT. Elector* at Largt. Alexander H. Stephens, of Taliaferro, la a lawyer, and has been a member of Congress from tbe Augusta district for fifteen years. Has held no other public otfle*. Is one of tbe mast popular men in the Plate and has held a very influential position as a politician and sietosmas, opposed to disunion without a cause. Augustus K Wright, of Floyd, lawjer, good orator, stumping tbe flute for Douglas. Considerable lnfioence * tbe north of the Plate, but bas held no very fclgh oMciaL position. Among tbe alternate electors for tb-> State at large Id - James Gardner, of AuguaU, a prominent Southern rights democrat. District Electors. 1. James L. Seward, of Tnornas county, formerly mem ber of Congress from bis district, good speaker, Sou there rights In polities, influential In bis district. 2 B. T. Mark tin , of Muscogee county. 3. Nathan Bass, of Bibb; both influential cllixens. 4. Hiram Warner, of Merrlwetbar county, one of tbe flrrt Judges of tbe Supreme Court of Georgia, ex member of Cougr,tt, and large personal Intla ence. 4. J. W. Harris, or Cms 0 J. P PImmoos, of Gwinnett. 7. J S. Hook, of Washington. 4. Jul.ec Cummlcg, of Ktcbmond. e.i good and in!' lenttal cltiaens. The political feeling of Iho Douglas electors Is strongly against tbe election of Lincoln, but tney consider tbe BreckUirldge parly rtrpoosibla for bis election, If it happen, and will probably not advocate resistance with out some overt act. POLITICS IN SOUTH CAROLINA. Ol'B CHARLESTON COUtEPPONDXNCH. CiiARLSsrov, S. C , Pep'. 12, 1440. A Leap from Xiagara to South Carolina?The Trip?Tk Pastengers?lht 'Vy of Charleston? Its Health and Its People? E-miniscenoes of the Democratic t'oncentien? Xe*e York. Tennessee, Kentucky, Vermont, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Ltrgtiwa, Pennsylvania, Maine and Mississippi Redicicus, Ac., Ac. Purrenderlcg bis precious charge, Gov. Seward, to ooc of tbs BlAiih S ndefatlgables at Niagara, on tbe 3d of tbe current month, your special correspondent finds him self, at tbe Sate above written, in this Das old Poutherw city. Tbe passage from New York here was mads Is the good and fast steamship Columbia, under ibe oimaand of Commodore M. Berry, wbo is at ones among lbs mer rlest and most capable steamboat com wanders upos tbe American waters. It was truly a plcatanl trip, and oae wblcb all on board, numbering aboel one hundred aad fifty souls, enjoyed from tbe start. Among tbs passen gers were W.GUmore P.mms, Esq , tbe popolar novelist and agreeable gentleman. Pernor Frauclero M nos Ramon de Monacada, Spanish Consul fbr the Plates of Norlb and goutb Carolina, Georgia, 1 lor.da. Its recently appointed to tbe position; Ilenry Mlserooo, I>| , apvnl of the Uns a number of Span ah ladies, .tndalusias beauties, with large, rolling and luscious black eyes, aglan e from which rivals tbe heart of a man of tender eiaceptibllities like n. nail driven Into tbs lid of bis eoii.n, old and young men from Florida, as yet our fairest sister is Ibe eoosvtiiatioo of Platm; from Alabama, from Georgia, from Ibe far North and the briber South, from the fur West, even unto Cali fornia, hut none, sot one, from tbe Eest, from New Eng land. There were also a flew ' barlest t.cns returning from their Northern summer lour, an i some np oouniry planters and merchants going boms after mte.og their New York purchases. The number of peoeagera would have been larger bad It not been for toe recent.oe of a report a New York tnet tbe yellow fever prevailed .n thatlestoc. an 1 list It wu id be dan gerous to return at this tinje An amus.ng .B lent ic Ibis connection may be worth printing \ few m n.es before tbe Columbia left her wharf a telegraphic 1st,*lot [T was received on b<*r1 from Mayor Macb -lb, of Charles U n, U) Chief cf Police Kars, wbo wss tber .a ' ? w Vers Tbe dsspalcb ooalalsed tbs InAwmalion that tbe reports of tbs exntecoe of ibe jeUow fever in inarwwt-io toss : slaimlng *\t*nt w-re rstirely grrundtcae, and that Saclfc I caro.inisot IB the Si rib rotnj rr-tur r; Will [filert eef-uy > The telegraphic mrs?*ge ;uki from oae ban-' au.rtb.-r until It reeobad aa lncrsaulous wlgmaker. les-.diog c Charleston, wbo declared thai tbe drspaich must be a fabrcaBoa, m tbe eignalors did not a', ail r?wcmhlc Mayor Macbeth's handwriting Tbeewrlous effects of Urn rumors relative to Ux riialenee of yellow freer here arc epparrnt on every side, but I eball rater to tbe snbjact ' anon more el W gib ? rnaNLmrtin?ran uivs wsnnunr mnvevnoet?vmi i' iiikatnoi tbs c.it?rcutiO?uwnun ensnoi ut moiis. 1 A leap from Niagara aad tbe Caaaduan frontiers to ibe city i-r Charleston at ibie teesr* of tbe year u joneidered by some like tbe lea j o| Sam Patch at lb" cataract likely to prove fatal, at 1 not u.anr prr?>os are aevtjvs to so drrtake it. I be terrors of Lell 'W Jack appal ibe etoatest , heart. but eomct.mea they are groundieae, .-tad tb-'r - cause and origin far Its harmless ibaa tbs effects of aa epidemic which eoaltaoally prevails 10 y. ur l-ttlecousia ! ovsr th# Hoilson? New Jaroey?called the apple Jack"' i fever. The Letter eye not m<-re corpsee every year u.ar I its yellow namesake In the South,end it bee o la f .oeral ; train utore'ad and et-iemo spectra*?the gbosta of ma 1 I fisaed BlnSs aad dtsr .i.-bust>ande?tbao evr to'luwjd ! tbs victims of the terrible yellow fever to a Soothes* 1 grave But tbe jump U m Niagara to Jou'h Chi > tao be sheeted wtta eelhtjr if tbe psreua attempt's* it ne I pro (test on bis arrival berr?If be sends tbe an hi Mr, 1 eels moderately, sleeps comAwlaMy, smokes coin a p. 1 aad drlbka a little g?>d braady nomoteaally As inter,.a ratap asm of spwed shrimps r.?a< i lb the ortostbl sty-' with oriental banda. under flouibsrn Ssesrvlema, film serves at times aa aa egveeahle sad effective ant; lots to same forms of Soothers complaints I Cbtaiswrns una avi- ?ti Agate at the Muia Mouse, eader tbs heweficanfi sort of te proprietors aa 1 their gctlemanly asu>el>tal*. t ff took stCharieatoo aa It is asd as compared wtin a-?? -h marthi ago, deribg the Democr-itto National (<mr eastern What aeon Iras.: Bow the aapani of tbe city asd the as tbe hotel are changed I am sow wr tine la Bo j ro* rp then icrupted by ibe llllaot- delegetloe as their t.radqiarter* 1 tl-lbk I can eves sow boar the .tor (0,re c ( Kichar - g to b ? delef ttv.n ttie slspn they mnet take to secure the toataaiks of kls friend aa I > bief, judge rtnuclea Bh.lf. Ctrl, dec eive, he leys t i ows almtet aa If It were M resliiy s d riaralma of W A R aga in bM ; poaeate BwTby V. "oneU take* * rtay and tibderetan i ngly. He r-ami 1 car dully and arte vigorously. Be ? tbe m et enuring man n the dele gation. Bill what is IMS bultiub"- Kbal the deuce -a Sn og on IB w bo -l make , .icb a thsnderiag row t rant be a happy IMniiy ll,ere must be uteonrd n tbs latertoe, bow-evr pier id no Illf g t f tioee ,.-iy vr-re ?-i i |..c a'.-n'ng a toe-low to Doug las etJ ftde'ity to tie- - ate fUabpoW Lei w# carry g|S 1"k, that a a r h'laiowts, by lehowepbwt generally oser ? r iter * ?, t fbr t# -eio -ob?'-mr am" letter ) !>*'! ysu kaow who thai to. That's he of 11" , ? > o r ,ii i :-.i '- , t>" *ho " t-rslbe b'morrei , pe-ly ,d lb" I rtipira .'t*te ,a Ihs seal n: bia brrerber- ibaa fflchmubd. use wewld think Wat 'he 1 *ar ? t sclted, oe tbat be Uriahs, hit be it sot rt ? in an, , hhS a certain Jews Btstedilar, ''badmit ?.? tl-n titer- la tbe oarrfo and caMMfimg ? h' eeylrg Iitll h>.? 'hasivg Hbe a miff eons ted I buisr Fnw I e e.,t" wutl endem* mw-v , a U' Be don I seem Is be mweb ptewssd m Ihs *?r a. ep age going i'? t? either vied or T?ry -nil h3l Tmrehe wee no the Mtb uf AprP Met. a pillar o' ??ir,gth is the dsmwersfits party, a party 'wacle, a gm It, h it end ii a > ,? ct-mpaakio. wpbottl a p"er ffnt Where IS he Bow* Echo, ? bastss im-rcy, fbtls tr -' i :. - . ? ?. _ r- - r?sod pop, at , ." ..'!?? .'?? wer and tas . ir.. . 'h I*-- rt ?-r?nt at- f '' - it lie- \si of Etw delaga I , . the |r "Bd f lb" lad ew ?? I b- >v I by all of thewt Who)?? m$ ' ve la spars. An* there s Cmsoy M tfcj