New York Times, July 26, 1869

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July 26, 1869

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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1869, New York, New York VOL. XVIII........NO. 5566. NEW-YORK, MONDAY, JULY 26, I860. PRICE FOUR "CENTS. TELEGRAMS, Rise of tbe Carlists in Portions of Spain. Fight at flndad Real and Victory of the National Troops. Q-reat Agitation Throughout the Conntry. BIXTT INSUBGENTS SHOT IN CUBA. Progress of the Revolutions in South America. SPAIN. of by Rrttular Tbe Excitement MAHHIII, Sunday, July 25. A fight hns taken phu-o Ciiidad Iteal, botwei n KOIIIO CarliHts, under HAVAKIKCOS, nnd tbe national troopn conimanded by Ceneral Ton- HAHKTi. The CarlNtH were, defeated and dia- perw-d, losing many killnl nnd w left I'uerto I'niK ipe, and will eiul.kik un a for nie n tii-ls n on the .i'- nr.ii 1'm-rto rni.npe. SOUTH AMERICA. ITIore Ilarnnrn und llrporo C'oncerninK Ibr IVitr-j. UiviniN, hntunl.iy. July 24. frot-i Km .l.uii'irii to Jtini- 26 are t ri-iin! I'n -.nil rii Li.i'i-v. wax in the moun- tains .u a -trot with men The n-i n.iitu n m I'nii-ii.iy continued rcexldent IlArni ti.i'! ,.i il into tlie interior atrain to meet i i M: UIKI i.o. w ho the head Of thl .IlMI.'fflit foil I f. AU31RIA. of Ihr lo Abolish I be al .Timor European I'll pi 111 Vn SKA, Satiirdav. July In the Heielisrath the CoinuiitU'c on tlio Ruiljfi t h.ivi lepor'ed aguniMt aboliHhing the Kuib.u-Men at i'.onu nnd niiiiiip cupl- talu. BAVARIA. of Oarariuni in ihe Uailrd MI-MI-II. Sutiinlnv. July 24. The Ministry anil proiiiineiit inemlierH of ttio Uiel have pledged IliemsclvcH to a bill, hnt-ed on ncgotialioiiH with Ilcrr KAHTI.K, tlu- Ifns.inan at ChnaKo. n-cog- nuing aM valid all ttie legal of mar- nagca of RavariaiiH in the United HtaU-b without the pn-wuiin onttent o[ the Home But the right of ll.iv.n.aii eiti.'.eimhip IH not to be tu Hit v.ifi, il an uheu, by reason of In. r luai 8ODTH CAROLLWA. Polilirnl Exrilrmrnt in limon Ilelwrrn Ihr (Mow and Ihr Old Thr I.nller and Iln Hub- ordiautm CIIAIII H. Saturday, July 24. Murli excitement prevails among the two wings of the Reimbllcan Party here. Dr. MACKF.Y, the late Collector, leads the native winp, whleti the of the colored voterH, while fcnator HAWvrit, Congrenfman DOWKM, and Cleo. W. ('I.AUK, the newly-appoint- ed Collector In plate of MACICKT, he.-ul the Northern element. The removal of MACKF.Y hns the bctwi-cn the two fac- tions. On Thursday lust CI.AIIK called on MACKEY and presented his commission, demand- ing ItiHtant ponsecslon of the nfllce. MACKKV refused to until he had tahen InventorlcH of public jiruperty and received re from CLARK, but promlHed to make the transfer on the 3lHl mwt. CI.AIIK on Im- mediate Mirrcnder. which being refused, he en- tered MACKKY'S otBce, nnd atttunpted to net as Collector, whereupon be forcibly ejected by MACKF.Y'S subordinates. Yesterday afternoon MACKRY nnd other CiiHtnm-bouse. olflcera were arrested ut tbc instance of CLAIIK on n charge of asxault nnd obstructing an orllcer of the rev- enue, and were bound over to answer before the United States ConiruisHioncr on Monday. During the bearing of the CI.AKK, with a pottse of thirty men, forced his way Into the CuBtom-hnuse, and took poHscsslon, which he still retains. The partisans of CLAKK attempted to serenade Mcbsrs. SAWVER and UOWEN last night, but the colored Republicans rallied In large numbers nnd prevented tho serenade, charging the procession and capturing its flag, which they carried m triumph to MACKKY at his remdenee. The colored Republicans bitterly denounce tbe nrtlon of the Administration In removing MAI-KEY, anil declare that CI.AKK, tho new Collector, IH B rraltor to tbe Radical Party. A Political Fight nt Upper Three Two Jlrn Killed. J.TA. Saturday, July 24. A political fracas occurred at Upper Three RunH, Harnwell District. S C., to-day, In which two men were killed and sevcrul wounded. The affair wan conflutd to whites. at Long Draarh-Hunting of ihe Htabletj of Ihe .Tlaniion denl Grant. 'JXJNO IIRANCII. N. J Sunday, July25. At 3 this inomiLig tbo atablos at- tached to the Mansion House caught fire nnd were completely destroyed Tho flames spread so raiHdly that tbe stablemen had to Jump out of the windows to snvc themselves. Thirty horses In tbc stable at the time were saved by tho efforts of the servants and guest? of tho Mnnslon anil Continental Hotels. The llames were kept from extending to the lintels. There wns great excitement among the Indira und fc'iie.MtH of the hotel. JOHN T. HI.ANK. an ultl -volunteer llrcmau of Brooklyn, WBB badly burned while helping to extinguish the fire. The cause of the ttre is un- known. Tho loss IB and Is partially In- sured. President GRAKT and family attended service at tho Methodist Episcopal Church Ibis morning. At 3 o'clock they rode to tho residence of Mr. JOHN HOET, with -whom they dined, returning to the hotel at o'clock. Tho arrangements are all complete for the grand ball which Is to bo given In honor of the President at tbo Btouon IIouso to-morrow evening. CAIJFORWIA. Celebration, California, of the Cealen- nlal Anniversary of Birth. to JTIr. the Wreck ol Ihe Blue Jacket. BAN FRANCISCO, Sunday, July 28. Tho various German societies in this city hftvc resolved to celebrate the centennial anni- versary of the birth of ALEXANDER VON IIuu- by a grand concert and festival. Tbo Common Council of tlio City of Portland, Oregon, bos appointed a Committee from their body to receive Hon. WM. II. SKWAIID on his nr- nval, and tender him tho honiutuIiUenof the city. ThoultizoDs of Victoria, Vancouver's Inland, have also mode similar preparations to give him a gcnorouH reception. The United States stcniner Darolah arrived here to-day from Callao ria Panama. The BritiHU bark which arrived here from London, put into Ibe Falkland 1-dandn on the of April. Twelve of the crew of the liritlHh chip liluc which waH burnt at sea, hiMl arrived there, bringing with them. It wiw K.iicl, twelve boxes of gold. Tbe name of the vcf-Hcl picked them up wan uot nien- ti oiled. ANOTHER RAILROAD ACCIDENT. A Trnln Thrown from Ihe Trnrk on the Counrrlirul Itlrrr ITIen Injured. f rniNCKiKi ii, Saturday. July 24. A piisseiiger tniin on tboCoiinecliciit Hiver Railroad rail off tho track north of Holyoke IhiH morning Three IMTHOIIH svcre hurt, none of them passcugorn, however. HI-SKY II. HNOW, the en- gineer, had one leg bndl> broken, and AMOS AIoriiiKft, the tlri-inan, and I'KANK KINCHI KY, it iniureil. The engine wax compleloly w rtH ked. AH noon the s ot the accident wuf reccivi-tl lu-re, a Mn-cial ti.iin uith KUTKI.OUSOU board went upllie uiaii to u-ndei re- lief.____________ Tbe 4'onliir City of Itronklyii, which left Liverpool July 15, and of and with tin- Hvrnp.illiy o( the domiiuinl p.irty la WaKliiiiKlon, and in arlv every Northern Htutr JiiHt our Hli'p nei lo Inmre their victory. Iml that OIID tliii.j obntl- nntely and hllndly ntfiined to in Virginia ni lo lie that Inch inoHl the black ninn dov.n to Inn i ij-'htH." pinlllcd little by tin of tbc Minlr nnd Ihr Union. HOUSTON, Juno 11, ififin. Tlic Convention of Re- publicans assembled jit Houston, on tho 7th of June, to nominate State officers, di- rected nn address to Issue to the people and tho party upon the political condition of this State. In'tlie performanci- of this duty it will not only be necessary to represent the sllnation of politi- cal nlTiiivs. nut to refer to the cause that pro- duced them. Texns to-dav Is no nearer reconstruction than nt the close of the war, except in point of time. Tho masses of the people who weip enlisted ngalnst the Government of Hie United States, aro now as bitterly hostile to the present Admin- istration of the (lovermnent. the policy estab- lished by CongrcsN, and the principles which govern the dominant partv, IIB when the war of the rebellion WUH In progress. Among these men, with few exceptions, there Is no honest, earnest determination to restore peaceful icla- tlnns with the United Hlatcs Government, unless reconstruction Is secured In their own wiiy, and the administration of Ktate affairs Is committed to their own hands. Security of life nnd prop- erly Is very uncertain. The administration of Justice Is very (Jirdy, especially where the ono who seeks It Is n prominent Republican party hate pcnctnlcs the soeuil circle, nnd nnd crime yet prevail to u considerable extent throughout the land. The military power Is uuoKlo to meet all the exigencies nnd necessities of thin vast Empire. It Is unable to remedy nil the wrongs, and estab- lish tbo right; and it Is powerless at present to secure to tho people nil that tho law has given them. A Republican victory Is looked upon as tho triumph of an enemy; nud tbo members of that party aro branded In terms of odium and reproach. It will naturally ho asked why It Is that, at this Into day, this condition of things Why there is more bitterness of feeling and oppo- sition to tbo Government now than when tlio war closed 1 During the past eight months onr political con- dition bus in eomo degree resembled the period following tho rupture between Uio Congrosa and tho then acting President of the United States, ANDREW JOHNSON. As In tho former case, n, trusted official, high In position, to-which ho had been elected through a belief In Ills tried loyalty, suddenly deserted his party and placed himself In tho ranks of tho enemy. This change of political position, al- though thorough anil complete at the time, was not openly manifest, until the announce- ment that lie cuudidubu ol lUa cratle Party for Governor; and his own declara- tion that ho would accept no nomination for that olllce from a Republican Convention. In both those cases tho results have been simi- lar In regard to their Influence on the party. Unionists for n time wero dismayed and demor- alized by 'the defection of their loader. They ednlewhnt the wblcli wo might suppose would tnVe possession of nn army whose General had deserted In the face of an enemy; and thus die Republican party line been for a time In disorder. Then- Is little doubt that the defection nnrt de- sertion to the of Ex-Governor A. J. HAMILTON was the result of u combination which had for Its object the election of that gentleman to the Gubernatorial chair of the Htatc, and to tho halls of legislation a body of Democrats, who should have I ho majority. That this combina- tion was completed Is evident from the following confidential i Ircular, which wan Isaued on the 12th of February, or Immediately after Uie ad- journment of tlio Reconstruction Convention. The plan wits foreshadowed und the scheme developed. Hut read It: Feb. 12. IMS. nut As are painfully ed with tlic enibumuuilug ilUYmiunin -wlilcli our ]HVI- iile of llilH Htnto are iilaml.ln of the lug election for the ralillcuttnu of (hi' and Ihii wilectlun of Kliite orflctni. Hence we you our fratcnuJ ami ask yiiars In return. A milled Democratic viitv, If we ctmlrl Bocum U. would defeat the Conntltnildii, or elect s Demo- cratic HtaU- ticket Hut thcD, In all urulnlillliy, mili- tary carpet anil rcnogiulii mlnrule. lrr deceived by the honeyed speech of the man who is seeking to betray you. Relax no efforts at organization, and yield not to the threats or lutlujidatlons of your and your country's enemies. Btand firmly, work faithful- ly, andvlctory will yet reward you for all your sufferings, pmutioni) nnd Fraternally yours, J- J'- E. J.8. MIU.fl. KUHY. J. liATCIIIZLDKR. ___________ I'umiuitlve. MAINE POLITICS. Acceptance the Democratic Candidate for Governor. General FRANKLIN SMITH bae accepted the Democratic nomination for (Jovcrnor of Maine in tbo following letter, in which bo shows that bo Is not at all sanguine of being elected: WATI'.IIVII I K. July 20.1869 lion. C- P. Kimball, Prtriiiint the Dimorriilic tittite Conrenlioii. HIM- Your ollli ml luitni-of mv nomination na tbe DemocratIc candidate for tho offleo of fJov- ernor of the, Stale bv Ihc recent Democratic Htatc Convention. Is iccolvcd. I accept the nomination with lens reluctance, because having been nmdc wi'.hout solicitation on my part, I am relieved from any rusiHiuslbillty for It. I have examined the resoluf Ions pissed by I ho Convention, nnd find nothing In thorn to to. I have also recurred In tin- resolutions nf the Democratic Slate Convention of 1NW. which express more In detail what I undiTHtainl lo txi the Issues presented by the Drinix-nittc I'arlv lo tin1 people of the State. The hlxtorv uf another ycnr bos given nddttlonnl force to them. I cannot doubt that if (he pilM-lplcs (Tins nn- nouncod should prevail in the of tho Btate and nation, they would Impart n new en- ergy U) the capital nud Industry of tho country. Nor can I doubt tlmt tho disregard of these principles by tlie party in IIOWIT hns nnd nn unfavorable effect upon all the regular business Interests of tho country. It should not dishearten ut If wo do not triumph this year. The fact thai we are In mi- nority makes It more necet-i-nrj" to keep our coun- M-la iK-fore the country. If they an- truths, we believe they arc, they cannot bill hnve n re- forming Influence and enable us to check, if we cannot wholly prevent unwise and unconstitu- tional legislation. The Issue Ix'twecn the respective parties are befoie the people. It will bMiitbelr detriment If thev do not decide them I thank the Comentlon for the distinguished honor iM'gm In hi- llooileil. a- a is "a wood thing to In the counii v It betriiiH to In MI-.IU i led In mnnv a nrck of- cily Rejiu'iilli .1111 have Mime IhliiK ton inui-li foi lo'iigu have In en gi. a d-iig oirr moi.ili they nllowed tin ir own I., r.ill out of Tin- decre s-lui; an vote in New-York ClM IIMH ki folk- (hinkiug thew yenis fiast ami l.isi l-'.ill ihe illi-hing from us ol our fairlj-won In fnni'ls perjx't rated in the Cllj under the MTV i of nur frlemlH, cpille an eie-opener. The eoimt- IH that Ihe Hi- of tlie brethren f.ills on rather mid i ir- Tlie Republican is a little disposed, lieu IIL.III tbcHu frantic and to his dei hack." i-.iv iind aii.l -ee Iniw yon llkn II'" Now we of the- coin.: iv line In en touring around anil sweiiling tin m i--y ve irs to keep the Slate all riirht wi h i eli etc d IcgiHlatorH to urn 1.-ni-.111 i In- f.lnlie Motel an HOIIM-; and Ilien I in- Ji.n m.ikerH wTiiild home, otr coath. nn I roll ug> ini: and w hat iloex it .ill to T l''ie I'.i'pnlilUMUIS of New-Yoik ('iIv all tlnr. tlim- boi-n divided into two Kilkenny e fmiidrt In Iheli iiidh HO il.iriiu-that some returned more than tlie imnl number reg- inti red and li N rti-'l ttiat the regin- tr> wan unjiihlly eiil.uged in f.n t, FciUlnff s.iy. both namec ,n >l d.imaa- bly ller.iled." Verx we don't lo tnrK'i't tliat on everv Hoard of Kcu'lflr.ilion and In- there war-at Ki-pillillcnu. Inour An adian trr put men on Ilium- hoards to trnlfh .mil wi l.iiiinili KiiiipoHiv) tln-y did so m the'City. How ;i IC> piitilieau ruuld !M> on thone boanln .mil not kmut about Ihe exi-i-.-4lve reglHt r.n inn. I lie Mulling, tlw) fraildnlenl the n-pi .Hid the luigiis returns winch they nmneil. an a mj'Hlery us :IH It wsn In Ihe darkey to 11 nil Ills half of (he pin k of hln b.irrel wilhoiit the lir..... ev aping. Tho story has got ciiciilMti ing up to Ihelnll (oHhuko the bUHll w bile follli- line elr-e enilglit the lunl. for fifteen or twenty we didn't know anything about the humbug. Snire Fall, however, we have felt a- tlnuiL'h we rim Id n't ap- preclHle tbe eiu-rgclii .mil lugli ll.ivon-d .Heininns of the city I'xhoiteri as lliei deserved. fill for paM favors we will eminent lo give rest for a few years till they can straighten up home matters a little. Schooled to a life of action !i> the long drill of onr metropolitan mentoiH. e .111 ive at tin- of answering wlmt are ion going (o doalioiic Itt" iH'fore It Is lu-kril. think we enn safely snythat the good men and true In I hln part of Ihe Republican vine} ard pi opine to take It ejisy for imhlle. Whether theie N a Republican Htate Convention ami a Itupnliln-in Htatc ticket, and If theiu an- who run them, both nru things wo shnll not He .iwuko o1 much about. lire easy, anil wo don't care anything about thu odd tricks; wo know they wouldn't do ux any good It we got them all (hey don't count on game outside Of New-York City. Here in Chautauqua we nhnll proh.jlily ulecl Republican members and Senator beenuw we cannot help It. The Democrats nni so tliiil Ih-y CJtn't elwt anything, however iiiui-h we might want theui to shoulucr tbo curse of 'nil nipl unless (Jovcrnor I-'I.NTON see fit to pay ofl soiiio of his party liy getting up an- other holt. That Is the only tiling thaiCAII Im- part Interest to our polilii-H. Hvnldcs, we ought to elect enough Republicans for Urother OnKF.i KT toumke up hm black-Hats out of, nud pick bis "horrid examples" from. If tho Ij'gin- laturc should be all Democratic ho might be, to flnd marks to shoot at all next your, nnd wo should llnd for once a body ineellng Ills entire approval as to honesly und lmluntry. rerbnps It Is not veiy pretty In us to talk about lotting tho party go to the dogs. All wo have to say Is. what IH tho of voting on u Stnto ticket while the manufacture of frauituli-nC votes, to an uulluilUMl extent, is a regular Inml- ness In New-York, and our Republlcnu friemlg there assist to rob tu of every wo cnsll Wo might an well sue to bo I-et them run It thin year; they don't mvxl any votes to decide the thing, ami votes cost un much labor and expense. Wherefore, why And we assure the city lournulM tlmt they bub offend their columns to talk ol rural Republicans HOW. of gentlemon; lct'( have a llttlo practice. get "on the ex- hort" we shall bo apt to m.ikc >ou tin; reply tho young crab did the old one, as l" w liy he did not walk strnlgluer. lima) i.otiinl. i.ibiM d-but It's bmliioss." This is about the sltiiillmi" we itaud II out here amuiiK Hi'- STRANOK '1 hero n grand ftlt and proceselon at the Tanneries last Humtaj nt the laying of tho corner atone of the new Ho- man Cnthohc church there, ana In this proccHsiou the (Jrcen Harp flng came I he French Ila8 next, and the liritlsu flag, upside down, lai-t. IIB reversal is said to be thu sign of rebellion itii.l II Is thouKlil It could Bcsrcely liavo oej-urrt-d lij ac- cident. Tho Roman Catholic ondjultir-lllidiiiii, we presume, presided over tho whole, which, no tar as the prno-.-t.Hiii w :us had a de.-ldedlj Fi-mnli aancct.- JloyifruiJ Julu 'it- ;