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WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA. JUlM. 4 VflY 30,1 1875
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jecial r.it-- rail be had .for a longer
Ifffli- t f :t II "III' wick. I
Kijrlil iNI ln-. Nonpareil type, coii--tiPite
Ml ailverti.incnl- will be charged at
tin- alvc rate, except on Hpecial contract-.
II i -mi uiu ii i i I ions mi Implies should
I- addrr-i-d Pi TlIK Wll.MINl.ToN
1'if.r, ViIiiiiii'lini, N. C.
rh- -itil- ritini ri tt Till'. Wll.
MiM.r I'iii i i'l ht year
fiir-in;l con-; Inr clubs ot 111 nr 20
. in rr riipy. Tin circulation "of the
. I - r i- the larrrt of any p.ier in
Ni-rlli I ar liu.i.
if I VITV Vote!
U it. Ii f..r ti.in.l !
l .n't ! intimidated!
Wad h tin- hiII li.il'lrr- !
'rMv t t lii'.ttini; al tlic 1 1 .
Wlu-n vmii ;ii to tin- i.ll- iIciimiuI 1 1 yL
nc'it l' Vutl'.
K.Ti-ry man xli' lia- livcl in Ihr rotate
Inclv- nn'iitli" .-it-il in tlicconnly thirty
ilatsi:. a ri't vi'tf.
Vit-vinvn of Nuttli 1'artriin.i, K-t not
llir t'Mrnir f falirtr .nnl rhfurm ili-oi-iro
aii'l lr.nl xii into iin'H.-airr- Uignel
lir niir lrtnictioii, anil lor their
i i.il rli valiiiii to unwarranted jkiwit.
I in. . ihlI llio iiioi liatiic :iil Ialori-r
tin. I in tlir'i'ir-'i nt 'nititiitioii ninplr
prut, it i.in
p-ttitl rt-iirity against niaim-
(ii.l liuiKlinc -vrnilrr. ? A
Mrn i nntikution inav
wi-ep jiway all
nt tln-M- lih--.itij:i
lir denuHTat ami consorvn-
fic t i.-milir well llu- wicktil i-lieine
i t fraud an'd dt:truction Uierv in in tlic
tailing of t ho piopoel conwntion
.Vauit the will th people.
lk-w.ue of i heatinp at the oll.
Fighting Waddell, who Ibuud the
at iimi I tot for him, :ot a Mlt plaee at
lni!i' ninli-r the t.'oiifelerate UoTern
nient tifpu vent coiiseription, as all the
law yer di 1, i out eaiiva.in for the
vVnvcMiim ami another. war.
Wi-aL-whi-key WaildeM, the man who
''.i in tavor el r.egro Mitfrage in loT, is
nv canvaoiir; th litrict for the !,
reni eaudidate. ! a to j;et a con
Mitutmu tn prevent iieuf--. ami oor
hiN- in, n troni cer votiiij; or holding
Mlhn. tin- W:ir candidate for Con-i-niio-i
m luplin ountjr. ?.iy he
u'. I bt ai,vtc juat n . .piick as
In- errM. W,. hould ihiiiV for
he .i. .nt ,,. ,,.u, (l hrin on a war
m ' I. old th, m ,i (nhin I pulpit
'"' : ' "I he fi-hl. I low i.i that,
r white men, lor iir--t el.tvj tihtin
K. iy man who h- lived m the State
!wrlr mouth ami lit the eouniy thirty
! ha a njcht to
I K- t'oiifeilerate Altotnry-liener-
i' a tandblate tor iVntrntion to k
".mil the t'omtitution thai the Ipis-
lainn- .Jin ukc North larvlina out ul
th 1'iihmi at any time, and make hint
t'onfedrratc Attorney ain. Teple
-f "i-rth rardia. watch lhi game?
1'ixler ;he vld rteni in Virginia a
orih-IU.1 to call vtil th
n.fthe famlirvate Rr whou br
''1- In ihU war thousand were in
'.Liirvl with thevats of being dia-
"Jrrred if they lkt tA to pi raw
lW artMoeralk; las 1 ami alate owners.
IV y,m Ban xbii jtew tl tting in
Norta (.aroliaaT If ni Jo sot, then
oie (if liefvbteaa deWgmtc, tyxaue
t certain that if the lVaworrat have
a AajorUy . in t I'onTnttow ikU i.
-vatmllaa of rotief will be adofteU,
The lemocralic leader arc o-wd
to Civil-Rights, but are in farorofKielai
A leading Democrat gives np ltruns-
wick County by at least fifty majority
Young Dortch of Wayne ha quit the
stump, lie says he don't like his name
to be u& so roughly.
"The Lawyer Convention" intend to
establish the old county court for the
purpose of making fee for themselves.
Ik-ware of the lawyers.
The Convention will coat the people
of North Carolina t5OO,OO0, and the
poor iepio will have t pay the
amount by the poll-lax system.
We know an ex-Deinocratic Gover
nor of North Carolina, who ia the fath-
or of negro children, and that man ia
always ranting about Civil Rights.'
The Democratic Legislator disfran
chised EIGHT HUNDRED white men
of the City of Wilmington, aud then ,
c.tlh-d a Convention to try and disfran
chise all the poor white men in North
Cowan, the Democratic candidate for
Convention in Brunswick connty, 'is
chacged with having poor white men
arrested during the late war, and
laced ntider guard of hrs negro slaves,
until lie could send them to the army
to tight for him.
Mechanics of North Carolina, if you
wish io ik? i yru can lorce aymeni ior
your labor under the lien law, you
linulil vote fur mrn w ho are nrtrd
to any changes in our present Lonsti-1
in our p
tution, thereby retaining your right".
Kverv man who has lived in ike Slate
twelve months and tn the county thirty
lays h;is 2r'Kn Tote.
I'.Mir white meu of Ilrunwlck conn
tv, it iw chargeil that David S. Cowan,
antlid.de for Convention, sent to CJcor- I
cia and got a lot of blao-I-hounds to J
hunt up iHKjr while men to send them I
the. war. while he Aad a no a con-
trai t to keep out of the army.'
IWr people of North Carolina, labor
ing men of North Carolina, if you wish
to Ik- imprisoned for debt, vote for men
who are in favor of Convention. If
your are oposcd to leiog imprisoned 1
for debt, vote for the candidates who I
arc opHcd to any changes in the Con
White coplc of North Carolina,
Enecllmrd.lhe .man who started the
convention movement in this Statc.and
is really the lather of it, refuse to P7 t
lor lalxiring men a livingprice for their
w ork. And this is one of the men who
is making great pretensions of being
the oot man's friend.
Toor inople of North Carolina, the
Democratic candidates arc openly ad
vocating to arrange the Constitution so
that no man shall vote unless he has
paid hi poll tax, ami they intend to
make the or men ef North Carolina
uport the State and County Govern
ments by the poll tax system, thereby
taking all of the taxes off ef thclaml
piocrty. ! . 1 -
C IVIL llltlllTS 0 UHEltK
Why is it that the nc-r i parents of
the South are put to so such great
trouble about their daughters? Be
cause lVmocratic money and deceit
arc trying to ruin them. And this ia not
worn: ati childreh.
I'mW-r l he prrnt constitution the
husband may insure hi lifo for the
benefit of his wife and children, nJ no
-f Morsr .Vm . nvfi.'or '!; r.ic Aervec.s
f,om fAn.. Thus it is, that the Re
publican party provides for the women
and children of thv land. ' What a con
trast when we think of ihe dryJAkn
brought non tin jibe) iHtMtfc
Convention of lSl '' ,
VAXCK, TlIK HAllLE(jtT9.
Z. B. Vance, who said that if the
lcnocrats got ower it wonld le more
tolerable for, Sodom and nomorrah
than for RcHiblicans, and 'who hang
deserters from the Confederate army
up by the thumbs, and who is mors re
sponsible than any other man for the
continuance of the late war, and who
thrvatcned t coerce North Carolina if
he offered to vote for peace, is stamp
ing the Slate, hoping to again ft
1 m m
Our news frttm varitwas pvrttons of
l he S-ate, North, Sooth, Kataad WeM,
b xitively lefreshing. even in this
warm weather. And owrriend may
rely that onfeit Thursday the rero
latioaists will receive anch n lenn nt
the hand ef an indignant people thai
the bare ateation of the iwnwJtatkrti
wSPmake thews politically wick for
years to coaae.
I With Cowan behind a wood-wile end
I Stalling behind a palpit la the way
J thej went firtinj Tankew.
Thero were fbnr negro children sworn
I to young Democratic men ia thla eity
in the past twelve months, . yei Iheae
ame men are actually of poeed to Civil
I et every man, Democrat or Republi
can, who is opposed to Convention, go
to the polls on the 5tb of Aagtnt and
cast his vote for the candidates who are
pledged to an immediate adjommenf
Zeb Vaneesays "he that saya that
that white Democrata will abolish the
homestead, ia a fooJ and a liar," and in
the very next sentence he say the law
m unconstitutional, which Ihows that
AW-Is a fin and liar. '
fW White Laboring Men of Xorth
Carolina.ff yoa don't wtah to be whiped
at the whipping post for selling a water
faction or a peck of yonr own potatoes,
vote for candidates who are infavorof
the immediate adjonrnment of the
The owner in fee simple, of tArre
hnn'trrd arrr of hrnd, can vote, after
the election, if the Democrats get a
majority of delegates. Wonld this
disfranchise any of the respectable poor
white men of North Carolina?
If there ever was a time in the history
of North Carolina when all Door
white men should stand together
for the protection of their com
mon interest, it is now. The nrnme of
rtnrtti in h-lt m. ahadnir mmiiirfl with
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the reel isne.
When yon go to the polls demand the
right to vote.
Tho Asheville AVmrrrcorne to ns full
p with goodaplcy matter on the Con-
The Ptonrrr is a wide awake
journal and is striking the advocates of
convention right and left in the West.
influence among the poor working
men U felt everywhere west of the Blue
The Convention Candidate Cowan,
in Brunswick C,muty. had a wood con
tract, so we have lieen Informed, dar
ing the war, to keep hltn eat of the
armv, while he did all
he con Id to
in the war,
keen inxsr white men
and this man is the war candidate for
A. 8. Merrimon,' who so obseqaionsly 1
begged for Republican votes to place
him in the United Htatcs Senate, is
etumping the State for the Convention
cause, knowing, as he must, that such
a course is aiding to oppress the peo
ple who honored him. What is this
but base ingratitude?
Our war newspapers in this city were
well represented In the last unpleasant
conflict. -Engelhard was a quarter
master and Berrrard was behind a type
case. Stallings aqd Cowan, war candi
dates, were behind, one a pulpit and
the other a wool pile. Bnlly for our
re of cheating at the polls.
W. T. Dortch,' the Democratic can
didate for the Convention from Wayne
county, voted in the Legislature of
ISO? I for the Indefinite postponement of
a wVmbill, and when he failed to
kill it in that way, he rwMf to Imj on
ii, thh . When that failed to kill it,
he then vo'.cd aJnt the passage of
the bill, whKh was defeated. Veas 49,
nays 60. See pages 443, 444, 44., 445,
Hats" vs. Journeymen.
The fact ol two and one-fanrth col
u.nns of one copy of the Wilmington
Jer tl containing, by actual roant,
3i r Avji'rrf mni term errors, forcibly
Hirratc what we have alway held
that boys employed on newspapers, to
do the work of men who have worked
for years- to acquire the artpt printing,
cannot fill the places or the latter. In
the per mentioned above, mistakes
occur of so gvosa a character a t de
stroy entirely the sens of the sentence
ia which they are wsed. The reader I
quick to detect snch mismanagement,
and m paper can exist whiek al lows
such errors t appeSr in ita exdumna.
Whitt' nten of Bmnswiek nnty,
laev cktaeve it m THvki K Cowan the
war candidate for coaventk that he J
pruesMcd ynn in 1S1 If yon wrmMjoia
lh army that he wenhi fred yowr fawri
l"S and then after yon wert ocTin the
war he drove yonr punt starviwg wive
from hi Jor and Ir4d tWas to depart
Their hnwntl doty van to tgfct
and it wesl hi (CVrean's,) daty to
reed thjeas, tWetrby foHciUng hb proea
W toyon. Canyontma hiaa again
Ue sent yon tm th . army and he hU
behind i vwed-pito.
50 HANDS WANTED
To cut wood."! will rive rapgnlaV eni
ployment to the above number ef gbod
working nrevJ, for the next six months'
ef W. P. ClKAtW:
I wish to purchase a good milk Cow.
Persons wishing to sell will please
apply to Robert Kennedy, office vf Tub
WlMflKOTOlT rOBTr i )
See every vote!
The Wilmington Amateur Dramatic
Association will give anothett.oiS their.
entertainment at the Orjerrf llbtido this
evenrnr, wheir they will ' re-enact 'the
thrilling Irish drama.RoBEiiTJuEtErT.
which was received by an-appreciative
audience in this city trkh - sW much fa
vor. Several new specialities and i
roaring farce will conclude, ht enter
A special meeting of the Board of
County Commissioners was held on
Wednesday at S o'clock P. M. Present,
James Wilson, Chairman, Com mis
slonirs Morris, Wagner, VanAmringe
The following was passed:
Witrreas, Section 9 paragraph 6. of
the act known as toe machinery act,
requires every cashier and treasurer of
any corporation or association to fur
nish a list of the stockholders resident
in the several eeunties of the State
with the amount of cash on the first of
April in cachlyear, to the County Com
missioners of the county in which such
depositor or stockholder resides: and
Wherrah, C. S. Ellis, Treasurer of
the Real Estate and Ian Association;
Riehard J. Joscs, Treasurer of the
Wilmington Mas Light Company:
Walter O. Meftae, Treasurer of the
Wilmington Building Association, and
C. S. Ellis, Treasurer of tho Mechanic's
liuiMing Association, have been re
peatedly notified to ewmply with the
act so made and provided, and they
having failed to comply'wilh said act :
Ordered, That legal proceedings be
immediately instituted against the said
A communication from W. H.French,
Ishlng to know what the Commis
sioners of New Hanover arc willing to
do abont running the two parts of lines
between New Hanover and . Pender,
situated in Cape Fear and Harnett
Townships, and stating that the Com
missioners of Pender were willing to
take eno of them and have it ruri, If
the Commissioners f New Hanover
would take the ether and have it run.
he snrreyot to furnish a report to both
.ia oi v-oinmi-TMOiiris.
. iv . . v v. iV
chairman with power to aet.
The matter of the work house inves
tigation was taken np, and various re-
:orts were read in relation thereto, and
statements in regard to the manner in
whieh the prisoners are treated, were
made by Messrs. Mathcs tfc Bro. Btatc-
ments were made also by Dr. King,
Lane and Wood, and a lengthy dis
The following prcaiublo and ;rrso!u-
tions w eve offered by Commireioner Van
Amringe and seconed by Commissi. ncr
Whereas, It has been made to ap
pear to certain members of this Board,
that a course of svstemalic crueltr was
being practiced en the prisoners confin
ed in the Work House of this county
by Messrs. G. K. & B. F. Mathcs the
contractors and snperntendents there
of : and
SVhereas, The Work House Commit
tee of this Board, having viaiied and
inspected the said prisoners at the Work
Honse, and found that there had been
very cruel and nnneccesaary punish
ments inflictrdion a numler of them ;
that the provisions mad? for their care
and safe keeping were, entirely insuffi
cient and inadcqnate; that there had
been a great many escape f prisoners,
as many as eight having escaped w ith
in the space of one week because of th
inadequate guard placed ocr them;
Whereas, Dr. J. Francis King, by re
quest of certain members ef this Board,
had visited the said prisoners and has
. A. . . mri lltA WM1f t Vt t a A W feM fl lSJtl
iTlI VsTsJ tUC i x tu i a ut as so aamiiiniivHt
from which it appears that great and
unnecessary cruelty had been i4rticed
on certain ef the said prisoners, inflict
ing injuries on them that are likely to
prove pcrroancnt la their charactenand
Whereas this Board derm it incom
patible with jostice and humanity long
er to allow the prisoner over, whom
they, w ofifo, have the oversight and
control, to rentain under the ujerin
tendaoey and management oi prrwan
who wonkl thus cruelly abuse and ill
use them ; therefore be it
X(Wrrf, That in consequence ol the
facts hereinbefore setfortb. the contract
made by ard between this ird et
County lAmmisioners be and the -me
is hereby annnled. ,
JTraVcrf, That the ptHoners who
may be ander the control of this Board
be placed in the ccaMnoa Jail f this
connty for aafr aeptng.
iPros-W, That the (lotrriw of th
State and the SuperlaleasljuU f the
tate Penitentiarv at Caleach, be tar
nished with a cwpy of these prraabk
snd rrsolnttana for their iafor-naliua.
jPrsarrW, That the enairactefw,
Messrs. U. K- Mathband R. F. Malhhs
be efficiallj served with a ctT7
these pnxTrdisgV and that thej he
allowed a proyer tiaae 1 vacate the
Work lion premise and rvasct
theur propertv Carrirosa.
JTaWrei, that the report of Dr.
' V ' t vw ii v an uiuno
T,B4jardftkodiMl, liowever, to fate
no aclion for tire rcTrtiiKl referrtd
L.l.il t . 1 , ..w . .
t f i T . T r
meruur, qu.,mo ursi muimisvib aii
gttsi. ; - ' ' '
The (Jbakman ' reported Ithnt he had
advertUcd for bids W the repair-of
r?mjtji'afntk bciUgp and tiie construe
tipit oXa-ncw Jjridgc over Green's mill
DOia! Dmican Jfotnwtt Imt inrr nut. in
4te lowest Lid for . the construction
bridge, the contract !was awarded
t04Jim for tlie-siiin of iJir.
.ek.i.'n... i -j. i .1 .
e phau-flniu, submitted tho report
ocfae, CJera jiimomtwl to investlcate
sne tnattei ol. the efujcntjii of Jama
C. Mazioi late Smerior Court Clerk. of
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.vVierep, mat immeuiato prwettl-
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ingsi be taken JUyMVt hia boml. .
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The fallowing Chajigca were made; in
the Wi,tr- T.,i Af V.U ,.
o, ' i 1
Third Ward -JuhtiJ Jla'rgi'ovt , ap-
noilltml in tllun ,,f.. VAn r.i ltnw.nl
nxriiMtl. - 4 J ..
Masorruuro lownsiup vnii.uu
a m m i mm mili i
Pratt was lybsiituted or Elijah Hiw
lett. . '. i' , . ,.
Federal Point-William II. William:
was suustitutet as legi$trar, in plate
of 'Stephen Keys,
inti Joseph Pepper
lace of W. II. Wil-
was substituted in
iams as Inspector.
Application of James D. Williams
for license to retail spirituous liquor.-,
The Board then adjourned.
Sec every tote!
Wn miN(;ton, July 10, Is? ..
Vhairni'th lirrrttfirr ('omiiiiffi-r
of AVm Jtmotrr t'liuniii .
DkAR SIR: Through you I odcrmy
thanks to the Convention of New Hano
ver for the nattering evidence of their
onDdcnce hi nominating me lor th-
toiiveiuion, rioiwHiistamiinjr my re
peated refusal to be a candidate. 1 did
not consent to becomn a' candidate then
norean ldo so now. I have no Icjial
residence in the County of New Hano
ver and do not propose to chlini any.
The Ix'giskttive Convention Bill under
takes to fix the (uaIifieati'H of mem
bers of (licCon vention. Whether ueh
a provision hn valid, wiMild lte;i ipicliou
for thcOHivrntlon to determine. But,
If the people of North Carolina prefer
freedom rather than to,. .wear llie yoke
so soon that there will he no occasion
to pass on the jualiticatioH of, any
If the people of New llahoxcr per
sist in volinir for me.'thev mnM lo no
with full know ledre of tiicsnj fuels and
of the further fact that my piivate ami
professional business is such ah to rcn
der U almost inipos,-iblc to sit in tin
Convention, should iiuufortunalely be
gin the work of breaking up ihe Coii
stitntion. . In tho latter event however,
it will matter but little whether the
0fe, have any representatives in that
y, for they w ill be Miwcrlcs, aaiu.st
the designs of successful revolutionists,
who seek to establish an irrepresiMe
Oligarchy on the ruins of human equali
ty arjd ojMilar rights.
My opinion is that the safer and
wiser course will bo for your Com
mittee to select some other name to
stand in the plaee of mine on vonr
DAN. h. Krj-N-KLL.
Don't le intimidated!
a) no I'oaniy.
Dt ln:r. .f C. July 7, lr...
EpiT-h- PoT:lnr -.mdidaler. met
again to-day at this pinev. it w-n a
lively tioie, I asore yi. li-teh." Ihe
Democratic randklate.has asertcd from
the sinmp at Fremont, I'erk aud
Grautham Tow nships that Im inlr induced
and alwayc, f;voaiI . hrmesleal ami
lien law. Fa ire lot h pnHcl the irc!d
on him (Jourwal of the le gislature
1S52-'0S, of which lwc, LiviUh, was a
member,) and he bad tho f.uc to call
ap as witness sonwi oldrnvo' bucks
(who wca down to hrrp the. dd man
on,) to prove Jfh at bt s r. 1. ?e id that- ia
voted for the bilaW When m-h atcaas
areuscsj to carry an cscvtnei j oi nrjry
be sure they are baJly fr ightcnvJ. Wc
were also favored with a lnc, dirty,
filthy me fnm that wdl le-oWn gas
bag. J. M.'- liCaveh. Iliwp preh
compuirl wholly of bsccstty. and
mifgbtUate J-m cr-lil 10 a inouer Ax
sork bawdy hnv. jnl a b-ci led
failare.nhen delrrrel l 1 Urre rrd
of good sturdy wll IH-ak. cim 1
agia Us eflect brtlrr than I can wni i
it. UU tf f nr kUwUnj: - l sill
mUialy reuVcs retil Uw uw. r j
are all uiWdf-and v w"l
Laid bearer are iapl m
Kvery who bsHv-.t In lU u-
.laaJ I 4.... ti,t.
day aha right to ve.
When f f the p4t mi tV
right to v4.
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Ck tw trrml t Vtn vu mil j ,
Kor the Post.
W-VsIIINi.TOK:tvlTY,iJuIy L'. V7.
J Epitoks oV nn: l.r': "alil:!g-
I touCitv is tiinnitstioiiabIv tin- w i.n: -.t
of the lower niun. -
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I;..i 1 1 . . . ....
- i in uie snaue, it is nu luiroiiuiuiv it a
Tar, lit tl at loa-t, to do any tl.inu but
strive to iind-a tTHjIif i t. Untt'lor the
I heated .sc;lo;i through which v. cl::ive
- Ju-t passixl, you fchinld" 'have hear;
frtun me some time since. To.dav old
I col is a little tinder tho wc-.il In r ami I
of I shall take advantage 'of it. bo hue
goes. 1 Win. John 'A. jtymau, i:icmbcr
ot Con-'ie.-s elect, wa.1 in the city
sjiort lime since on .1 nvinjr visit. lie
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1 i,.. ... riikll 1 ).n rl liiili 1 1; I tllfir
est qf his l oii-IHiirut'-, l i urU u man
"r s '""i" "I'V U tbink ,anI to
I .1.1 ...I ?li
a;V inai in is i no ii 'rii man in me
1 ritrlii nln- I n r. ,n i Ii l i imri'- m-l li v
)Ki ai noititnicni ijave Lec.i secured
'LSI" - ...v,..rt.. k
I ftir citizens of t lie State and others arc
I . . .. ... .v.-
J pro-a'sen imu ni nn earn- nsy. vi
course nc lias nj yei huh an opporiu-
nttyto estabiKti hib-'reputauon as a
I hntional le rislator, bnt tnoso wbo Ifare
f utchui-liim during th) lew i,y sjK-nt
111 1 III Is CKV. prcaicl , IfiM
-tRMn-Soiiai Hy tt
f . i 1
iloing-. aii'l li'ipe iiv- in. iv
U p-J i.!
course as ti nu-rit imni m
s con :iuu :;td
tho plaudit "well ilunc.V'
ml and fa.il h
1 ti 1 servant aud Uuit thuy JiMiy Jibu k
to be to their intom-l to peiirtjt him t
:i-.;co the Halls ot Con.-i-ss
u- I ; ::io
lloody naiui? o!
iban one term. 1 niu-t now r
ami lor o n m-'int'iil la.K in o
i- i i . .1
oral ic inenm niu; ii;o
chu.in." MesM. rjdit'f! -, lin-
Nonllioir, the om ieioii'li nt "t the New
York' -, ii'-l, Im Jliv our Democratic
frjetid, been li..i'!i- l'.:i:ii!i.:i to iei'y
man,, vom:iu and rin1.', al le.it
th run i'i i. lit t!ie South. Hi- leliei . Hi n
CJipi.'d into ciiy ihmiv jr, and
he hini-oll ti.ist.d oil t;i.- lal ol the
kind throii Jiout his S-mlu :h t-nr. I. a
vour reader-- mi- what he has to., -ay
lioni Viri.li.i, M i - i J j i. t!t.;i:il
olii" l.ielnoi i ,i I H- jfit iu; win ii.( ;i
that lie i - a "Soiilln in. .oHti.! -!- "iind
. . ... . i . '. i i
ei, ati't tin y muii reuiciuo-! iii.e. tmi
e V ideuee, 'in i i:r f roin one ! ' e r own
wi( in -i-i . i ! ! I;e i i .'i : '" . dale. i'
im; to tie in il n i not x j ! . i i I i.i
eoutliiyi lel. c.ie tlicni a i-l .me,-,
.Mes-si s. Iliters, by all m..'.a. Tl. ; i-
what In ha to a :
1 1 ere is a U'.tlh. i incident i" A! i.wi-
. ii t- i
sippi Ii le. . Con i i. n i u i i - a;.'' i a in i;-
l.ilf.. ..ill ,...! I ' i l.l,,, I. ,.l I.. .
fof soiili l i lie- i - -i l a !! i -it he
a fariiiei-, two and a I, an ii
i if 1 1
Wrona. in la e e iiiiiy. h :i !,
n nil went to .
I. V, le
a house s, i .ii;i
to ailind an
J i" i ii :: : in I
new phr e a v. e
farmer, in r ,iij
i ! oil,' , l.l t I lie
oVei, ai'i'om j a'ded hy
lie! 'hhor. .!l aii'ied
apiH .ire i In. n ' ihe
his lather and a.
with hol ,,nis
ho-4(S. j'w i il
e men e.-.iue i:; an I
'iftiWitl: r,' Vx -'hi say Li-.
and deel.ti ed t hat she w a
1 1 1 e. able,,
k iii ,i i.i , i bet
. i : ..e Ja 1 hi i
'l.-.'e ' ;:
was U lie, ol i tilli'se. 1 he
down, to-.k hei by tie ! .
thus th:,.ai . 'h the 1,, ! .
vard, into l!i trc! , ! r , !:::
and del .III-TimI HI tii IUi.'-
w i m
ii , ;
K-re.gniim lor I.i-V, and this
open iia y i m ii: . mi , u : : n i .
ftlellK'- ',, W llllell .'.II I III.,.!
'her on .1 b 1 i ... : ' I
W hen thi-v hc,i is. i two ,,t :l. ,a
tied lief In .i Uee ,i:i 1 1'J. 'I ni, I .u
b.n k w i! h .-:( , . '. ' h ui ' , i i ... i a.
ran. Tlten t!: v t . i e :
and ch. imed
t :i a 1 1 a 1 1
po-t. I h
in M d.vv
h.ur. si I'p
adloel. to I he hi
she was tinned to w -rk.
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made In r i -1 a j. , and lo
a Soil t In rn luau, the e
,e la. 4 , .u
I I; !:l. . W :lii
ton, lent ot
notice, si nl
lucat ion, w ho. ai1, r fo'i r
ini to ihe "I inlisl ..iU
disti ii t J'.V.oi m ; . I : , ni '. ..i
ti-rrey's lip;, 1 1 , 1 i ,1 ',!
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may and do hat n in av -
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lore t be di- r , : . ' '
I I r 1 f 1 -i 1 ' 1 1 . ' a - t
peace, i ard t'r v.r' - r
hlril. al , 4l.
not inUfU li :
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s-if .1! eliier
Ntwnl in tin r
dra?lfi by In
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tho folate II rj i si t-. t
wa ioo-il ev , ji ii-. N ,. .
a4 S.Utb, aud I ". i '
effort . appsr ni't vn '
Hland thai wb.-.l i i! dive i
Ikhi and :iwiu Uiet n
W ifch tl. jiel il - i. t-i.'. t .e
oH-t :- ", -
mhi Sit-!--" :' !
a lit t; d!iei !e
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tary, witlioui an opjirhmity !
low.'! l,i:u t, !i., the; :.t!hv
at the T.irioni Agei'us. ear
thiopie tnend iA c'l.. i I w--. v .
as the 1'oy to pui the bM ii. m : i -i
whiio Prof. Marh. vi'li :!;-a -s :!;...
AtiOies i i v, li.. ?u 1 Ii e .r. ';-
alllltU I wele to jilisiih i ituthe W'Jiil'
11oUm t:d demand i.i tl;e ...-t:e
lmui.inity, liuvitiieiai teal ( of l r. 1 K
hum. llvcrythilig w.ukeJ- well nut-,
the President was i e.u lied. v hi t li.,
asUniishineiit of Prof. M.ii!i and l.i
K.lliiwcn,n0;CL of an iv.r.iv di.ite iuvi ,
ligation, by a co'nmissi ,u ,,t proMt:;. .,
irentJemeii . Lri(.u :!iu,i. 11. w ,,
a t-ttiiiiK'V.' I; was iet i . : . .
grata, and n av Prof. M.i: ! ;. I
hfiliielt' alone. lit-. 1
toriilv fiieinL; di-x.ru d iiirn, hf. irr,
to h(ii'd the in wis:. !i tin . , , v..
to b caii-l.t. ' He is till to.'
witli the aid ol a in.iV e ' , ..
cratit--) publishe! v, :;. - .
endeuvimr to fljsb ;bu l.li i.
hold it, Messrs'. i:i:- ,i . e . "1 .
port of the Cum:.' V-I.-J. , , v
kiiuxvn, and then jvy a !, t ,
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