wetk.NEWPO iFtT-Hugle and the Turnpike.We mentioned a few dayn ago that the case of the Alexandria Pike Company ts. J. R. Hngle, would come up for trial to-morrow. Yesterday Mr. Hugle pleaded guilty to the charge of one warrant, and paid the fine of $10 and costs, and in consideration of it the othqr warrant wag withdrawn. Exactly what brought forth thefollowing we are unable to say. It may be tliat the Socialists, of whom Mr. Hugle is a member, ootmted the charge a retaliation, as they had made the high rates of toll on the pike a party issue, and were lond in the denunciation of this affair. Tins is one solution, but hereis the seemingly strange resolution: 1“Resolved, That we, the Directors of the Campbell County Turnpike Company, fully indorse the action of Mr. J. It. Anderson. President of this company, in making complaint ami obtaining a warrant for the arrest of Mr. J. ft. Hugle, for evading the payment of toll on said turnpike.‘•Done at a special meeting of the Board, this 15th day of August, 1878. Yeas—C. Merman, J. Hawthorne, Samuel Morlidge and R. T. Thornton; nays—none, the Premdent not vottng.“WALTER OVERTON, Secretary ”To the Editor of the Commercial:Notwithstanding the indorsement of the actions of J. R. Anderson by trie Board of the Campbell Turnpike Company, the action of Anderson points in every way towards malice to me. Every one that is acquainted with me knows that as far as evading payment of toil or defrauding a turnpike company intentionally out of a cent, or anv one else, I would not do it. I leave the public to J udgo. J. K.HUGLE.