errule personal considerations.
Let no rash pledges be given, and let there be no encouragement to personal aspiration or factious combinations.
In good time, measures can be taken to secure a proper and responsible selection of names worthy of the choice of the people.
The Mercury, under the caption, "The ball rolls on," says:
The Clinch Rifles, of Augusta, telegraphed yesterday to the Washington Light Infantry, of this city, "We are ready to go with you." The Minute Men of Norfolk, Va., have written to this city for the pattern of a Palmetto flag.
Three hundred men are ready in that city to move — paying their own expenses — to the assistance of any State that the Federal Government may attempt to coerce into submission.
A New York letter to the Charleston Courier says:
As you are, perhaps, aware, the Wide A wake organization is not to be discontinued.
Among them are a majority of the 7th Regiment--National Guard.
As far as I know, in every other Regiment