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ly antoptnl raatoraeag tW liberal
patty mt hwjrH J ika.iB,
'-aaaa' tkat wkk Wat a vrnr firw disavntiag
' tattrt tto antalai af liar
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. j ri far rr tints.
On Tiiraduv, lluGtkday of M a V
il U iutr Tuesday of lijV ...ml. there
.1 nubile iiW tin.' of the . Ulceus ( Itatidolph
held ia th Court House, te express tkek
..pinions upon lh- momentous W
hi. Ii arc now agitating tke eoAntry. I toi
lurge euert room wai filW with
and attentive crowd.
(hi motion. Colour I Zehedee
ill. .1 I., to.- Chair, and Joeefh H
IMV B, l
on taking liixU I
. pressing taeniae BaBI
mm wan mi result from their
getker; if wkc. counsels now pnvill,l
iU in akglghter fat are state ' '"f'WiMr
On tW eaaasiBslon of kit mini WeeB- was
rd u,-., B. K. Hullo, Kmx,, who ex plater
tin- object of the in.-ctnig more in detail,
heartily endorsing the policy of iTrsideut
On motion of II. J. Harris,
t. . . . s team vi0 mi
mute.- . .insisting oi .Messrs. Jesse
shaw, Joseph 'aary and H. J
intcd by tan Chak to
that kr S4m
at-, il ff i
glad to sre that. W,
an r i tkr nufirr mi the President,
Aad a a tkvadminirtririaa af Cmmt. Worth
has Wm tntiwla saaisaWtorv to every
mrar il amsaaL lir. Warth's Wvaltv
it- easterly afcine laaTpartoB. If
net I naan rteaaw. a a rrvoMaaraaVaram to
nnjrW- ar n tr to nnr Xortkera
Wrtlnra. dn n nvan to tkr Statf can
fer-rat a iawrr m tkan Gr. Worth.
Bai nknV hr Ion ahraja Vera n I'n.nn
nun a naatoiiir. to a rrt Btwml and
) faMfncn. He n aa tort an of tar
lltowft and lxt I'mim nam in tkr Stoi, ax
lt- 'liann kr ha r crnitlwrr ranrar. Ilr
ItKnr (kit tW I nnan rknB he fnlir rr
I rd to tk Wnrt t aR tk SontWrn
aanm, lanavnwv anm. v nnnm uvuiuna
Sanfr. and nt mt n nnrtr or n tor
II a tor naare naaa the haai of
onar aittlghowr, I
tkr mJt .
i the I'nion
I'naan nana kr conkt not noeribiT
In the aliaenre of the Committee, Kobt.
P. IHck. Km., adc)reed the meetinr at
length in an eloquent and unprrsntve
nT. He rnnieatly advocated and CDktr
rd tkr policV of President Joknooai kajad
that we Hnotdd all li.rtr. t and foririve tke
m . j part, that we had aenrir all oi na bean
could not take tke teat oatk, and that tke
only qnmtion with him now was whether
a man waa loyal and loved his country.
If he waa so now, he waa ready to take
him by tke hand as a brother. On the eon
clnnion of Mr. Dick's remarks, a vote of
thanks was tendered him by the meeting
tor his snoeek. Tka Committor reported
the following preamble and resolution to
Wherk as. The passions engendered br
the terrible etrupgle from which we have
jast emerged sender vignance, at aU tiniei.
ssenlta to the ; r -srrvation of liberty, now
peculiarly requisite to tke preservation of
tke .-on. "titutioual rights of tne poodle j and
Whereas, It is the duty of all, wlnae
they witnras their public eerranta plnt
themselves on the Constitution of the coun
try, and boldly roll back the waves of sec
tionalism and fanaticism which are threat
ening to overwhelm that sacred instrument,
rresidrnt Johnson and his suppoiters
in and out of Congress are now doing, to
hold np the right arm of thcac public ser
vjints and bid them "God speed :" and
Whereat, It is of tke rreatestimnortanee
that men of m d nbted loyal ty. rxporiencc
andgpatriotism only should be elevated to
kigto positions in the several Statea-r-espe-
tally the houthtru otatoa, in order to
strengthen the arm of President Johnson
in his struggle tor the maito tanner, of the
rinriptoj of tke constitution of oar fath
Whereas, The well known tojaJtr and
remarkable unanladtt !. whWi Ae pea-
' IhVaVfaat mmmlmt. ike OMimrsI nag. f jjjBP?'
wrKV i ui a as) a b aanuanrr. aa i s-mmBBWM- fe . 11
weaiea. . , . auo man aaawaw mrmm. a- ti I'll wm mm Wm 111 Mil
rVta. laaiia. aannaat. kaaamiar"
taxaafiU. X. C, May iaV I Tm atoawk m a aaaa to waea a J . '
0tt LAU I ' Ik. dtor. k a. asworJ U. Ia .1. 1 F""I'?"
Hash an ...J . . ... I . . L... un It - - .
Brow. '"V" mmmr Fu.iv a. iK n-a. r " '. : 1 r
kaleaofMsaaeafla I il i: . r HT-- - -7 mm
M II Lis who oanrwl let army or navy of ike
la. Ccrto sk - - ' Cototde. It. 0to-Jto Wpk
MlaW1VfcaVatoaaraf'B n i l . lata, .atoiaaa ataxic Apprapriatto. toll was ato peaora
aaBaaawiar bb-t - I . . A -
akafcl llliiftliuam iiiaakf t- " u tke tax bill. I
4tr'Tflt',t'4y-rf aauaaaikwuhaai-k ; lar' army for tke putwoae of awpplrinTtke
HutoatfC-aTr,ikat-na.ja,rkr- t; -t r- pUce of tkoae now rekur eat oi senriee. I At
"-feeefaaaltkat eamidesa.k a--V , " TT' aVntgar, Mar 17 -The Holdiers' Co-
HC. aTCkawa dual af anaaad atoran- T' etaaZi. mZm k,s fUi evor by I
gJkaaelVa, j, a- . Il lTr J '
tke Barran of BeaVgeta and Fi iBamia to j Aats aiat lag ikaaM toot fc.rertr
j iaqunwjato tke casWaaan aa aaaljfa ftjito UTur atoir aaaaaaaa, or their grara.
crop aaaSekaa tor an nned lef plj adaaak I
family it aakaaa, smrk refcrf.
Em-au McPBsnangr, Ckak.
II. la order to earnr nt ttar feapnef
tlx- above Beaaaataan, m parts al kr tar-
county anedang aaypawe ar toad to piinn ;
actual sutoTang, .laasjfianj, m, mi ill ,
witk tke rsattoaed aanui X. I.
rarfasrdaarsn Xe. 2.
aeaaaa aaanjf aasraarr aar naV i.
that grasped ti.
f ' ii.ll y rlaHl it.
CVU ana) dead, are hying low;
it is trailing.
it Bounds tke wailing
t as paepa ia atow woe.
...n.iinre.1. they adore it
W i i a. a a . u,.u ?A
; LraTto QaV FM OJaJaaW WdU UOTtt 11
nrT was a
nt xjk tike test .
If Dr. San
to be a
amaAptodsonof Trwnessee. aad yet
ability of a
Me t one ot tne very
sa tke State; and there
wkra jaanrinl talent was
aweaVd in tke Executive administra
te tke t? i vi lament We sincerely
tkat er. Worth i have ne eppo
, bat that ke wiB be ic-elretod by tke
at of aU parties. It at a
rkke wrl shsri us.
are aba kigkly pleased wak tke
aad patraatie stead taken by our
tkr Ham. B. P. Dick, in tke meet
tnedto. Akkoagk Mr. Dick wm
nag tke supportna ad Gee Hortkj
aar fkrtian. yet we have always
tkat kr was a aahrsnl and a eanai
sbMbbbW M VSKry t W kBaWleap
kat. in akrolr af a very general,
sarsenet aanubaty. Bis spcechy as
tod ia tke iiidtags. dees credit
to has Wad ead heart, asai il cannot
Mr. Dick it well
bcghly rrsprrtod, and where
are so aaark aawded. Xoth-
ri, spedf ic-
with the enc
corn, or otk
vanred, the n li
format iotrronired uMlkmto.ii be aaeaaard Fr ia famtr on hrigiittsit pages,
and forwarded at oner, rota, to tke rxckv Staac: to pt- penu. il lv sai..vs
wkatoU tob.rv it.
who trailed and tow it;
Caw lav wikaty taary aVptoTB it,
Xew to au-I and told it so.
Fart tkat I ana it, tnw, 'tis gory,
atot tie wswathml art si ltd with glory.
!. Ana twia uvv in souk autl story.
TW ia- Tawttgh its ft.Ids ar.- in the dust ;
si. n of all
Brevm. Brie. fteaT. k
Gov. Worth exprtas tka
Skerifcefeack aanaty iatW
aid tke officer?
Shall i" sotindinit down the
B n s.i.i. ,i. ...... i, ...... .. .. .
Co ir Tt
tkat tW fcanner, softly, slowly
ant Fas. it nt ly . it is-kily.
ia j For it Jns.ps above the dwad ;
by rkm T.meh iT u.t. nnftirl it nrver,
J. Istt at shuttp there, furled forever.
ed soldiers aad giving tdBo to persona of
doubtful patriotism. Tke reaolatioas also
remind tkoae in authority that the soldiers
depend upon them in future to see thai the
country suffer no detriment ; that secession
be repudiated in all its debts and claims,
Its spirit and principles, and urges upon
Congress the justice of equalising bounties,
so that every soldier shall receive an amount
equal to one hundred dollars jser year in
bounty for all the time he waa actively in
San Francisco, May 10. The Imperial
Consul bat received official despatches via
Arapalco, announcing that tkr Liberals,
after their defeat at Mechnaean, endeavor
ed to rally, but were surprised and rom-ph-tely
routed. The occupation of Terres
t.iro by the Imperials y officially reported.
Unconditional UnTon Convention.
Alexandria,. May 17. The Uncondi
tional I'nion Convention met to-dav. A.
I H. Ward n . II, of Richmond, was appointed
chairman. John Minor Hotta waa present.
' The Convention was addressed by Horace
I Mayaard. The attendance ia very small.
Will Dxt Cows xxtx Aavixrx? 1
ote of Kandolnh coantv onnoeed the late
aKTT.. -sr- f 17 BJ 1 rrl I .
rebellion In Its inception entitle them to ke , InS
heard ! for little cotton bad town grow wkra tW
Thereore. Iiesolred, That in the opinion wgh figure, wear censes ; to a s raawdl
of tke neonle of Kandolnh here assemhled. i by the rfTUuatr af satanfe in tateav. TW
On thus senates tke Xrw 1 oak JAaa '
" --- - - A tmmmwmm
aataa . i.eaeaaure
tkan forty nrnts a swaaad. tW aViiart
l..r its i.. ...l.-'s hones are tied.
jtoisaar Sterling King.
ia tW Louisville jail, recent I
sa'cide a-ider at arr circumst ;n-
Br was a man of indexible will. Tke
naaa which W was imprisoned was
L aHrso -rtJinjj bors. in Ciuciiinuti. Ohio, and a
Election of V. S. Senator
Xew Haven, May 17.
The election of Senator by tke Senate
has been postponed for one week.
New York. May 17.
Flour has declined 10ac. Southern
910 65al 75. Wheat' has declined a3c.
r.iisitioii was sent for liitu by the Oov- Cora dull at N0aS:ii ; v. llow Southern KV.
eruor of thiit State. Shortly sfter his im- n lit, . . an.n .
sving ueu-rmineu to cotniiiit
d clink iatke isdat af
attributable part to was
to the declhie in paid.
probability that gold
material extent, aar
I l aiaa ms
,sk tkaasjgk. a Wwaie It k aat everybody wka knows where
aW r-L m-1 jakr. or wken. ar how : and wheever is
I resident Johnson s course should rom
mand tW most hearty approval of all lov
ers of the Const it ut ion and the Union,
and that he challenges our admirationat
the firsnnes with which he has cmitinuattv
renellcd all the assaults noon the Constmf-i Bw
tion aid the I'nion. whether made bv man trust in relation to tkr
calling themselves secewiont8toerW men consequently there is ao
carried away by the wild frenxy oi radi- to base tke efaatoa tkat
cat ism and fanaticism. xtis atarke: waB agl
Resolved, That we believe thf Dccaflweoeat
of ReDubliettnism on tke American conti
aent depends upon the success of his poli
cy, to the promotion of which we tdedgwit mtorret.
our support by all peaceful and lawful natural
Resolved, That we most heartily endorse
aad approve of the administration af tka
State Government by his Excellency, Gov-
Worth, and we do most earnestly
him to our fellow-cititciis of
ike State tor re-election next August.
Raised at was, among as, we know him
always to have been a gentleman and con
servative statesman, at all time opposed
to the heresy of secession and to the inan-
g ration of that terrmc contest which bat
covered the land with mourning, aad now
Xsr if tkrrr iV aa
, wm owuni mi i s'i v ill ill Itrill
r i he nijrht. but it was discovered and
us pane fraserateti. He then deter-
to sfcirve htni-selt to death, and per-
sisfearlv retused to eat anything. In tor
br to Basse a 1
yp wka Worth had not feat been made in Guilford,
tkat uVt cam
row. tafeafcruayItomgesi uaet.
tkr 4nJ " 5T h ansae fight cans,
Jeceaato a wak rsaluatolj and autak.
yt taiatoraaw f tto ctoa. for W will
i kaaw I
aatk ao auaat kat, aBaaBaBBBtadw akanw
radical and leveling spirit which threatens
mischief in the future, unless wise coun
sels like his shall ultimately prevail. .j
There was no objection by any one to
the let aad 2d resolutions. Obi action be-
r raised to the 3d resolution, they were,
motion, voted upon, one by one.
The 3d resolution, endorsing Governor
Worth was earnestly ad vocatd by ileeara.
Htnahaw. Causev. Harris. Freeman. HOI.
tka Chairman, Col. Rush, and Joka A.
Gihner. Jr., Ksq. Tke latter gentleman,
in tke coarse of kit speech on the resoln-
all of which be with his whole heart
only regretted tkat this
has born received at Xew Orleans af tke
death of Ex-Gwt erasa Beary W. ABrw. af
Louisiana, foaai wasinaa muntd kt tW
Confederate Mtmj. tae atootaM4 was a
planter in Louisiana a to tW
aat, ana iwmntiitrty tatoiiia taeseivaor as'
Co rthe of the XB rrcnasnat af
we regard kkn as earnestly opposed to that) and. riclnc to tb.- ra.uk " ihjgadwr Geaaw-
"M "-T ty aar W partook of food but five times,
"T. ."t y'anal aB that ke ate during the entire time
a a at (aiata ate- jy atit nmftmnt to one full meal for a bnng-
f mm Hie BVsk gradually disappeartd
ad las hones keame prominent. He
. to die ui jail, but out lit the ojk h air,
aaakjaat enough food to prolong his
retpnsitiou came. On May
fives, with the necessary pa-
nexa, took Khag tojaa prima and placed
kun est tke aanil knnt to be carried to Cin
ehaaatL Tkr tried to moke him eat, but
ke wouM aat, and' aa May 10th. iust as
tW ksat seaaWd Cincinnati, ke died. He
was tW same aaaa who, in order to pro-
care ana- nt lease atom prison, said that he
was- tke ansasin who tried to kill Secretary
Seward. Tkat statement availed him noth
ing, hstiti, aad ke accordingly dcter-
i . i
tam' a a B ti a
wound, he waa, aa t
em or Moor trram,
Louiswaaa, aad heU tkat hark ad
the war etoeed. Hcwa. then at
Texas and XertWxa Mexira by
onterey, to the city, aaai
public all an of the
Ty his all
-aaaB. . -
Th qneitioi "wH ulin on thi.; tkT f Fvery wW wwwa kwsL 'mi alia sua
resolution, the Chairman requesting every bait j1 1yj!'2jL
Whereupon it was passed with enthnsi
n, and almost unanimously. Out of the
hundreds preerat who voted, not more
a half doxea voted against tt.
Oa aaotioB k waa
Readi ed, That the proceedinga of the
meeting be forwarded to the Greensboro
Patriot for publication, and that all other
papers in tka State be requested to copy
Whereupon the meeting adjourned.
J. H. rJKOWA, Secretary.
Tax N'xxt Oottov Ckop In the
March number of De Bow's Review, the
has iust completed a tour thro'
tW cottoa States, estimates tka next cot
ton crop at not more than one milion five
I Emicixtms to m Sorra. A kt- aaaartB at the
and they want to erB tWar large sawphnt Xsaaakoa m tk
tiaett of land, which they can wm ansa 1 thav aertexatiaa
...t.U .t. iL. I s I .
I - w Hamvo, bub aaasxaas r ibui an UBU psmratK
Und; ir" rf - !! tarn af tke
- - - r i a : r
Lard firni at 19a22i. Sugar dull. Naval
stores quiet. Cotton firm; sales 1,200
bales at SdaSto toW I8J.
Baltimore, May 17. Fhmr very dull".
Wheat dull. Corn linn ; white, 85a86c. ;
yellow, 83a81c. Oats, 62a63c. Provis
ions dull. Sugar steady. Whiskey dull;
Pennsylvania, tS 23 ; Western, 32 62.
prominent. He . . . SB '
or stand, and could only Mmttmg.Tbe New
hv eakk caf and breathe. He refused to V dWM' I6Ul' "O m 9I
cat watil W was told the time when the an- thc ' """"s.' financial storm are steadily
reomaition from tW Governor of ?row,nS morp ominous. I he comparativo
. . I iniin... ..ri....:. .1 J 1 . ,
LouviIle. lie did not i " "-bb, ute aowqwaru tenaen-
cy ot prices, the increasing number of fail
ures, and the uneasiness manifested hi near
ly every department of trade, are sure har
bingers of a general financial crash. Eve
ry shrewd observer hat bean convinced,
tir a long time, that a monetary crisis ia
inevitable, aad that its coming Is only a
question of time. The financial atmos
phere has been closely watched. The gath
ering of the clouds has been seen, and now,
in the failures that are beeinnine to apnea r.
we have the fitful guests that betoken the
near approach of the hurricane.
- In the great annual exhibition of pictures
in Paris, there ia this year a portrait of a
lady, with thc simple tide of "The Wid
ow," in the catalogue. There it a terrible
story connected with this picture. The to
dy is tke Countess 0 ., who although
only twenty-four yeare of age, kat been
twice widowed. She is said to be of hum
ble birth, but when only sixteen yeare of
age her great beauty attracted the attention
ot the Marquis de , who married
her. On leaving the church, however, tke
Marquis was assassinated by some obscure
rival, and the lady was left a widow witk
an immense fortune. Tke anarfwtt retired
to n convent where she remained until her '
twentieth year. She then made a journey
to various parts of Europe, aad vkited
s-8S9(rti . BrBaJBaBjr-'
Tax Mnmsu a A literary carios
ity has juat apprarsd in London, under die
titk af 'Lssne Napoleon the Destined
Maaoeek of tke World, etc., by the Rev.
M. Baxter, asathar of The Coating Battle.'
It it sand tkat 12,600 copies have keen
absurditv, on ae-
tke ant. -worthy names used by the
t aaakaeities. We are indebted to
Mr. Baxter for tike cheerful news that the
' aahl ia aa aaaa ta IHIt m that twwint
pit par atiuea for that
as tkey Eke : bat dnrinr the
Kn-nrh is to become solely
worm, personally repre-
ot uut tartar dmv .
atat tf Ciaritttudum
to has sway. He ia to make a
tke Jews, who by his aid
a to begin and carry on
af Christians, which an-
out of the viahr.
six weeks' after the date
with tW Jews, 'the assen-
144.003- wise viqpns' k ex-
The Jews are to be fit-
yean ana two and a
t and then the gr.-at battle of
take place, fit which
"great beat a to be
This k a revelation
any of Dr.
PfMwaidt of Russia
placed af her feet his hearl, hw diamonds,
and hit mdhons
The marriage was celebrated in the house
of the bridegroom's mother, in a retaoto
part of Russia, some distance from his own
e.-tatc. The newly married couple left for
their new home in n magnificent sleigh.
On the way they were tracked by wolves,
and the Count, in trying to defend his bride,
made a false step, fell out of his sleigh into
the snow, and was immediately devoured
by tke wolves. Tke horses, mad with ter- .
ror. dashed off with immense speed; and
did not atop till they arrived at the Count's
sktesam. which waa brilliantly illuminated
for the reception of the newly
The first institution
race was the Sabbath ; the next marriage.
So give year first thought to heaven, the
next to year wak-