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GEORGIA. I ItSlsJiilliil ia ail hi pml'nninm mid true to 111
. 1 political allcvitnce. We believe lie his nerer
The Imirgii RHI has pasted lth Moines oil bean like lo many, around him rabid und
Cuugreas, and only lieu. Is the signature of ihe
President t be-ine a law. It goes a whole
bow-shot l.cvond llic rixiMmn nlstioit . f IM'
President, in his Mtttnfre, a arc reared w :ill
be I he cm. It doo ud atop wild i , r ing I lie
L.rj l lair.. .1... ..all. o......ll... I lit ll:!' i
1 - ...... n . .1. ,,... ,-j I.. in a mil I 11- . 1
JfowA .V.'.i.c a ho hit in a.liancc, will receive . , , . , . . any one. ami h.-u. -e.
rREMH'M WR 170.
nil o ir friend.-, ami the public generally, j
i t the 0M
hlood-tliiratv toward lhuv whu dim-red with
him in i mini! iii and I. i- nusvnuctitlv. alwava
commanded (he respect ut lu jwlilka oppo-ntntt.
TnT. BWEKT-TOCUGKE AFFAIR.
the Amwucav Sim JoLBN.u.fT one year
free (. roM, execi imn'. L I ail wf ir rvs
ent sub-criber-. remember ilia! by niK-wina their
'aws, M IWttMtcd by Gen. 'Irani, hut require
them to lake another th which ditlirs so little
From the Petersburg Index.
Ww trlr n new rnv for romp nrlng. hr
et and ii i an simple tlmt rverv r Iter,
I.J.k.r. merehiint, or clerk should post up
: lor refcieiiee. There leiuif mi audi a thiny
.. , , , , am fraction in it there i scarcely any Ha-
no deposition i Ho ljwi,r t .... ,.rril,(ir inUti.k.-. Hv no -ther arith
metical process caw the ilea red information
he ..l.i I by o fi-ur li-m.-s.
Six Per Cent . Multiply anv given nuin-
hi'rnf dolhira by the number of days of in-
CHAPEL IIILL-l'NIVEnSITY-VIL- prnctic
The exercise of the University hare cloned
fir the usual holiday vocation. ' About thirty
sio.lents in all hare been in attendance during
the station. They camu together mostly stran
gers lo .ii, oilier and to the 1 mull v. I lie son
and jnriadictlou of the Federal
Count, lays it down si the diiuna;nlililng
KTHiEWORTH FEMALE SEMll
........ N A 1 V
f.-rtMir- ... 'the pleading in the Federal I"?T..x,
ih. stMi- t'ourf.. .hutlu tho former, it ilT: " iiuuir
HlleKe in the deehirali n all -T . . ,nf the
hat It is aeeeaaary to prove upon the tiial
to ll!ti(MI Hie urtloll.
It ia cU-arly ueceaKarr to prove in thhieaae
w hell t. e extract a-
tea red in the Wiiiahiii 'rMtitt, and waa
ropit-d into l Im r puper. r.t.tliiitf I he comer-
fr the 'ironi hid ' thai w-m.iy alnjfHt call it 1 nutlon of Judiie I'oiirir. e on the-Uullroai)
1 1 it mini.. ....ill TIiiM i m 1 i I l.-r l.i I ! f.ir I r,i I r 111 n to t Iim in. OH hi 1 1. .11 . . 1 .. ao 11 . .1 1.
aurii-mN m ... arreara., ...d .or iUM pni. ,,,, ,. , r , .,,.,,, ;;;1;r;:t;r,;:,tu:;u;,1; fcj dl4y.
Tar in .. ...... o7 " , dent roiir-: No ir m.. -will rnni? of rtwracu-r- ,,,r IT , - " e r. iranieu
iSVorw' J 1 .ei' one tni freeofi I ar ;e, riceitl . ... .. , fio-n cupyluir the art:cle ..r alluditur to the
ir. ( ill .1 the oflJ.e Am4 .orlk I W"'. " " , Mlllt.r. V..r over two ek.. to Kive He untU.r
eiini 11 xiy oi inn .i j'x.rmu , .....c, ....r4, . . aerM-t I. Ill oi.itoltiii.il y to ml IiiiiimII iigl.tiu
TIIK K V1LKOAD FHAL'W.
e 01 m - .r 1 .. i,s .1, ,r. n, , ,.. unri
I a year ' (P!i.a;,, ii thia aubj.-rt of th
I in Stale Legislature, mi. I we were
"f ,jM, hint tu-t himaeir r-.,ht it. thin
of the .VkaX Joi.rmU a Mint it.
a many other Kiiiiilur act have, be the uaaencwa reuard to the cIi.i.kh atfrtii.Al him.
o.'cvruiu partiee in (ieorjfia, to a great ezk-iil. I We admit llinl we ar.- not uaii.illy an f r-
len tig 111 such eaa.-a. but we 1. 10 1 ioureived
a favorahle opiui. :i of the rliHricrer of Mr.
Sweet, h .th from hia e dtiriiu former
Never t j a pvo.lemore iiiAnnonilTwiiMliiil aeatioiia of .he preaent legi'lature, mid hia
.Neiute dorintr the oreaent
i tenure of the
aiiMoirj to fee
Over two weeka haying elapaed and the
c. ..u ,.n il.e .h.lLir viel.li..,,! KO IHHI Wh... ' K"'"-"'"" "' 'tig entirely mem. we re
i i lint mnnev? Not more than $100,000 have 1 P'',,IM' he article, for Ihe p irpo.e of
! Urn paid i Mil for work on the roail. and there ia ' "Win the people the nietho I po railed by
I . .1... 1 . I : ii l. i I Kfir II ...t r.i.ruaAo.laiii... t. l. ul v 1 , L
11(11 f-l,lrt"l HI IV 1 rC-HUrT HI llll IIIUV. n n irMrwriiinine - - m. n.n
i laaa ... a L. I ...I ... I L...U I... ... .1 MlJ l ! . I . I tlwtiei . J iK.op - i I rl.el.t.
i.-.n. In the pursuit of mad ambition project, ( nf h Trtllt)irrr , it i(toL (ienrge On the apK-iiruee of the article alluded
dt in tlicJfruiUaal aearch rf.cr real and laming y. Hwepaon, the former Preaidciit, who ahl to, in the SkmTIRK.I., Mr. Sweet arose in hit
hanpinejo in thin world, their course in icarcely I ihouc llomla. rt-ngue 1 bUvfli -e into the h unUof j place iu the Senute to a question of privi
' l.v nv hut the hiiahaiKiman. But not VZ! rr?Me,!l W,U ,he .f??fnj,,F . f- lege, and denied, in tot... the truth of the
so with tlci Holiday, thiirtmaa ia a
...,i .-v i.li .r .eiM.n. It never coup nno
.ow, tins i a very g nve matter; not a
mere uewgpapr n r. but . derhiniti..li of
n . i :i.
au.l you ll oc .ire io Hiiwriww.
Tlier afe nt hand t ( bri- mm flo'.klaea.
Tn-ni. rr w i l l.ritmaa day the birth-day of
the K.ivM.iir of ni.oikind Ihe moat Ideaaad and
ploiioii- d.iy in the Calendar. Compared witli
it, n-.il the great'evenl which it heralded forth,
nil .T.i r dnyp and all otltcr events arc a noih
!ns. Ye. the Holld-ira are at hand. Time, at
teat, i- true nml f.uthful to all his engagements.
Tlic '-'.angittg seasons come and go, but the laa
,on whi -h thcr teach make little or no imprew
al si er pent.
A'ff Per Ctnl Multiply any flren
amownl by the number of daya n which
it Is desired to aeer ain the intereal. aud
divide by f -rty-live. and the result will be
the interest ot such for the time lequiredat
eight per cent.
T Ptr Oaf, Mnltipl. the same a
above, and divide bv thirty-aix tin I the re
in t tie poor man who coulU lianll) :.pare lilshoy' th, ,.,tll,f ,, bankrupt wa convey
helponil,eUrm,aiedthe .n of Aeiichwet in La,,rB plaintiff as aaaiguee.
jlic In intercourse and frundly MtitH I r lH JMPUi,.. nd I hold
which a true college ulwavs providoa. I ndia- i ,. , ., . . . . ,, . ,i
mrhfd by el her the law leiuiets in ll co.tnwv , " -urfic.eu.ly alleged in H.e dee-
anmnd or the slander, which were circulated a't , "'' thatuch couvejauce or aa.lgunieut
a distaiuv, they have iHinuns) wilkipiiet unddtl-
n l if illeil Mian Intvu tw . n Ihe la-oplv M e- i i i.nrks iu tl
tern .i.l. I irolina. It - now marly
sin. e the appropriiilion of $7 .HM).0(K)
R.imU was made to the Western Division i
W. N. t'. K. K. Ii is well .n.l. r.i.H.. f:t,isio.
000 of the lionds were sold months ago at (Ml
Mrenie the l.i.. ...I studies of their i-ouiwc
'Thursday waa occupied with csaaninatlnris
i-oiicliiding at 4 u chick, P. M , with public
sieuking In the prayer hall. W. J' Lyon, of
(iraiivUle county, repeated an ratract from a
stirring speech of Gov. Vance. W.C. BrKik...f
PaaqiHank d'lairuel anadirressof Robert Km
met. Two of the &phomurc delivered ora
tions, one John P. Overman, on the Kzcellenee
of Rcpuhlh-an (iovernment. and the other. Wal
ler K. Pisil, ui the Bright Future of North Car
olina. They were highly commended for their
J M. r.u.MVLLL
''reeiisburo. N. C
iruWiM iUtTtm, ax aii0m, w tf.
- ON TIIK 12tm AND IHtii (ir j vNt ,v
WO, will be anhi at, taiblie auction, '
oil Mules, young and well broken.
40 Carta, with llanteas.
3fJ0 Ain.s' Miovel-i
8 or 10 Plow and Coulters, with Harness.
100 Railroad Picks and JJatloeks,
.ur.....i... i -ii -.i .....tit vt... i.. iH7i i ?rr ""' """"H
, 2A0 Oram Hags. i
to Miiend their pleadings. Po Oveoa, Skillets Pan, Ar, Ac.
I be entire morning w at eo ttuined in ar- Tarana Caab oa delivery,
guineiit up..u (h aiiffieienee of the otr two BELO, Pres't.
forma of declaration lined lr the assignee, ny 51 jt jj v;, y. C. R. H. Or,
.ir. .mm y, n.r me planum, Mini .iri
1. 1 1 .
, mis ...... n inane.
Hy aouaeut, a juror wa withdrawn andthe
cuaeeontiuued. The plaintif iimitmI to amend
hia declaration until March lrft. l-7i The
,,eop.e.n.. wllM arcuialai ol (he ivmitM
i-upi.s reoatreg t ,inr .. . , -
aull will .bow the rate of iutereat at teu per wul ibouglit, patriouc apiril and manly elo-
regular '"'i'. ' , lu'nn- "T?"?" ""' ;"'em, im- trttemeots repoMed. nml atated that he did
,,2erv 'T,i,,e,Vla,UT KW not believe Jildge Tourge. had ever iu.de
no"cn- 1 sold, purchased, bv a "iittla piece of raacahlv, 1 .,,... 7,,;i.... 1 . 1 ;. .
... .. .. ,.. . -. , ...... ... ... ,....... ,-. ... .......
ed or uncxtx-.'tcd. We may endeavor 10 euace ; n r.iuruau 11. norma - wuere lueuiin-nasr niiHiey
. . . .i-i t : mLM came from ia strouglv niasf. The Florida
it from our mmds-to tlunko it juntas welUmlt , ., . . . . , , .
of other days, hut we cannot. We may atriveto , nniI jt , MtendtsJ, and Swepson has cmpovcd ; " nn' WI,M I"' "' olreum-
heaputmn it plorimts meraorteatheurgentpres- I gentlemen of our iiopiaiutanea in Columbia 8. '",es. aa well as the name of the party
anrc of husincsH- we mav itrive to blot Im our C to build that extension. Littlericld, who making it. all given, except the names of .he
' ,." ii . ,k holds the fl.Ooti.iHNi bonds belonging to o.ir genlieuieu to w horn the Matemeiil wa uiaile.
vision "ihe shapes of Love and Jo) as tnvy iisc , f i.,;,,.,,, ,nd wn,.r of ,nelin. l.-jf j, (VIUsiu M are areoare.l to . :i,oly.-
.. . . I I I.... . ... V . ,1 .. .. ... . . . . . , . I .... ' ' - .
Iroui tne mist oi mc lAing . , prontante riornl.i road. . the ti.rmer treaideni
To The Intlf c : Your ralcnlationa of in
terat are aery correct, but they are certainly
of the "alow coach" order aud we don't
think they suit this "fast age." In your
cub-illation of the interest on $4!H 50 for
SI daya yon make iust 17 Ifgures. To work
on that basis in an nee.. nut of two p get
would tttkr up much lime and would be a
pretty heavy job to any nothing of th.- pa
per and ink consumed to work out the vari
ous ealeu ationa. The sum mentioned by
you would be worked out "up towu" this
way. 4!K) 50
we mav tell the children in deep seriousness that ' ld 3,(Kaj,(jtK), piM More he taught the r lori
Panta Clan ia all nonsense, and that they need 1 da road and cannot or will not account for the
. . ,. r.n-j 1 proceed-, is there not ervnt reason to siimmc! that
not expect to have their stockings filled ' ,,,,. "linl, piece of rasi-alUy" in Florida will
g is) and pretty things, as formerly, but we can-1 tlirn , l0 M, A Terv Rrc3j Jtleix ( rs -alitv in
not fai. toi;ive the occasion our countenance. j North Carolina, bv selling tlic remainder of our
' P . . .... e:.L ii.i n. jr Lu n .
ason 11 71 oome, and il tr.H be the Uiruit- , '""'" o uniwi me. r .onoa roa 1 n e con-n.cr
f 1111- n irm 1 ...... .i- n..-... ...o, ...... . ... m-
oers 01 the l.egiritiirc who are now oppom
nn- stason in spite of all our efli.rta.
From n very remote periinl this season has j
been one of festivities and rejoicing. From the
moment of its advent until that of its departure J
rj(sKi feeling pre vails among all classes. All
bitterness slumbers and all enmities are forgot- ,
ten. Chri-tmas is the only season wlien the iee j
of roan's nature thaws and leaves him, for the j
moment, happy in the warmth of n giniul sun-
shine. Such it has ever U-cn and such may it j
ever 1m. (iod forbid that the lime shall ever j
come when it will b -otherwise when there will j
I no social gatherings, and no social greet
1 he MtMiieiit was made on the train of the
North ar.iliu i Railr.nid. going from Ral
eigh to 0i.eiub. ro. .ii Thursday, N'ovein
her tile wslh. nd .uie of tin- two gntlii.eli
to whom the statement was made, was Vic
torC. Itarriuger one of t!ie ("ode 1 on. 11. is
sinners. Judge Toitrgw, at another time,
we are inf .rmed, made substantially the
same statement in the pr senc of Mr. Ball
the iiiveaiigtuioii of the alleged railroad Isuul l,""t keeper of the Senate, mail ageut 011
frauds, if thev intend to i-h;it their eves to the i K '' Lanroad. Sir . Are.
danger niitii it iajaalaii'. Swein ought (lo be e have u. t approa-he.l Mr. Barringer
toroeil l.v legal Irsa'aTrre-, to di-iiroriie or acciemt 'on t,,in suUject. nor lies he in any w.iv an
for this lanrc amount, immeiliately, and Little- thorized us to use his name iu the matter
ttclil. Ins atHa.uiplice, slioul.l lie ei.join.sl at once ; b t h has said to ditf. r. nt gntleineii that
iroin selling any tnon- imiikis, and removed Irom , 1! report of ihe conversation nllud-d lo hy
disposition as President. The Legislature- the Winston .Vmuk-. and copied by us. is
thnst who oppose inveeligation say there has u
Is'ii mi chargi made against these men. We j t!,.. ,i ., ,
.... , 1 1 .- , I here the matter rests at present. Judge
can tell them the people are making charges , . ,'
agai.n.1 them even- Wand demand ao iuveati- IT"'"? " ,e f,"m
gation f those charges'. Oe usbon., on the "..th of o em In r Inst
v. - .1 1 t .111 -ii - "-aid. publicly to several geiitlemeu. of whom
We clip the ak.vc from the Asheville Aw. :-!. 11 .u . u
l.'t.ir I . Il.-.rr luii.r u-h ...... Ih-il s... ....I
ings- no echtnge Of courtesies, and no hilarity j "lf" " "sains e,-.... , njinf( he tl,ll4rlt (. (IiV.,1ti eom
and mirth; no demonstrations of good will, and anJ l-field ore most damaging. Ami they mitte in tramiug the article in the Cotisri
, ', . I are scarcely less damaging to Governor Holden, 1 tution use.) as :m excuse f.r holding over,
no love miking. .. , , , - .... t . 1...1 1 t. v.. :i . ..
this i wno 11 musi ik' remeniuereo, is responsnue lor ; " iy .. ... nu
their appointment to Ihe ofli.e of President of."- " ".la "m'w.ng.y iiii.sr.-presenie.i
Ti.it we are not accustomed to write in
strain w have borrowul half the nlsjve so
we will conclude by wishing all of our friends
and patrons u happy Christinas.
In accordance with a time-honored custom
the carrier will visit the patrons of the OUt
Jforlh Stat', with his Christmas Address on to
the Western N. C. Railroad. In the face of all
I the whole affair before
a seel ion drawn up
This body has adjourned until sometime in
J-wnarr, when, we are sorry to say, it will meet
njrnin. Thus far it has done scarcely anything
but continue the per diem of ?7 per day, which
each metnlier has pocketed up to this time. It
was hoped that a m ijorlty would have been w il
Ung to undo the mischief of last scssjon, hut if
so they have been prevented by part drill. It
is now certain that nothing good can be expecl
ed from this legislature, and that the sooner it
adjourns sow ifi the better. It is the last one of
its cjiaracter that will ever lie elected in North
Carolina. Radicalism is dead and buried in this
Stale, so deep that the hand of resurrection can
never reach it. As we have before said, "its
loaders will si.ik into the deepest nothingness
and the profoundol obscurity." The masses of
V 1 1 . :
the people ot any party are aiwav. isiun ...
tln lr political sentiments and will do right when
convinced what right is.
That he tTo.ir..l
mis. is 11 not most sirangetn.it inert snotiic ever ; exir,.,,, mtm,g t,.it ti.e L,.-
Have ticen any oposi'u.n 10 the appointment ol : 1
; a special committee of investigation? Is it in t
strange that Gov. Ilohlen has not sitit in a spe-
cial message urging the appointment of such
4 . T , j d. f.at the Constitution, and that SM
ligation ? W by has be not done so ? I5.it one j agrei'd with him. and thai they went behind
answer presents itself to the minds of honest and j tl,H Speaker's desk and consulted, and that
intelligent me"- he fears the cited of the result he drew ill. the preeent sect on. a,, word, das
npnn his party, if not npon his own charader. ! tn mislead the people as to its meaning and
Tno n,l.' .tf.,,,,.! nn 1 si;a . ;..n t.,o !. I tutel.t. llu said that Sweet and Heat .n were
will not be made. Tiic suggestions of the Arms,
Iu this calculation l" tigur a only are used
at against your 47. Explanation : (ill days
t ii r ceiil. ia'1 per ce .t ; fi days it orm
teuth of (Kl .lavs ; I days one-half of IS. If
I the rate of interest should be 7 per cent, add
l-t! the am tint ; if B per cent, add I d; lf!
add I ii: iT IU per reiit. add 1-2 and Mi. If
12 percent, double the Kinoiint of interest.
If yon want interest to a fraction, then d
it n same priucip'e au.l it will only take'.'.-!
tigures as ag linst your 47 (it not being ne
cessary in fact to put down the r mount if the
same interest ia wanted n except as a p rt
.-f the calculation to bring the interest) thus:
At the conclusion of ihe speaking the President
announced that new course of slmiv will be open
nrxl term, and that arrangements liad been com
pleled bv which the price of hoard will be redu
ced. The highest rale allowed will he $12 per
month. The next session begins Jannarr 18lh.
A number of new students have applied for ad
mission. It is rumored that a Professor of Agriculture
has been appointed. The name is not definite
ly announced, though several ptrsont have been
mentioned as appointees.
Another rumor is that a new Ijid.es Seminary
t"u ler. larriuger aud Ba ly for th defen
dants. Hit Honor was of the opinion that there
waa no such differeuce between the variotit
forms ..f deelaratiou used, as to remove them
from the n eration of tha derision iu the
ease of Cobb aid others. All the eatet of
Dewey, Attiguee. iu which the gei.eral issue
wat pUaded, coma within the operation of
The docket wat regularly proceeded with,
until the hour of adjournment.
Dr. Olivor, an Kiiglishmin, of Providence,
was shol and killed, at Cliarloriaaville, Virginia,
recently, by George Avres, of Fauquier ronntv.
is lo he established here under the charge of ; ;lr charging Oliver with havwg soduotd
Mrs. t mmiggim, the wife ol the Methodist pas-1 "
lor and formerly a teacher in Greensboro'. A nitro-glvccrinclmazatine. containinz half a
toil ul the muertaj,' explodtd at ihe KoWrta
Torpe lo Cimiinv'. Works, a mile from Tiu.s
ville, Pennsrlvanio, recently. Two mn were
killed and the tow.i . dain.igetl considerably.
The comany of ('. S. Infantry, now station
ed here, have proved welcome visitors to all.
They have increased the trade of our stores.
The officers and their families are an addition to
our society, and the men are orderly and quiet.
The remains of Gov. Swain were disinterred
and removed to Baletgh last week. -
ChaK.-l Hill, Dir. 20, 18G9.
The first calculation g ve the right amount,
as if the fraction is over Jc it would be tak
ing. and if under it would not ; but any one
who would stitckle for the fractional part l
n ceut's interest, can work out the sum iu
the second way given, using less than one
half of the figures taken up by your mod
calculation. "Old Fout."
A Simple tfalculatirm The following re
quest for information was recently submitted
to the financial editor of the Philadelp! a
lature should P Will v-.n please inform me a ready means
Id over four y-ars nd four mouths, and of determine- the discount f en nncvdol-
ihat he showed it to H.-aton and Sweet, wh. I .r iu jrold when the letter is reix.rted at a
.were sitting one on each side of him. and j pretninro" of .12 per cent ; and also of as-
inat iienion wiio was atimiu man, objected. I eertnning the coin value of mir Government
I o.iii .l,..t r it .... .,,.1 ... .).,.. ... ,. ; ....... . i . i. . i i . i . in .......
. .u ...... .. r. t , , . .. .. ......... , oonos . i.e. i nno i. ii ni i i in ..ii renr . , in at
eurrency t -Ming at Kti for ? I in e in ?
Die reply of the Ledger is annexed
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COCRT.
Reported especially for the Standard.
Saturday. Dec. IStli. 19.
The Court met pursuant to adjournment.
The only new arr val . day was that of
W. V Peebles Esq,
Mr. Bailey, of counsel for various aai
gnees a-k.-.l leave to amend his declarations.
which were d a rn sulmtantiiil'y in the tame I editorial re. . umi-.kI .tion Toe twtnlv-five se-
A shocking catastrophe ia reported to have
happenesi on the Rhine. A vessel coming in
contact wilh a bridge in eiHirwe of construction at
Me ... . , brought down t!ie whole structure and
oaused the dtath of forty workmen.
A young man in North Adams, M iss who
last week learned that the worn in ho has looked
upon a- his wife for four years, wis the lawfil
wife of another min. Immediately left her for
bis father's house, and then soon sickened rnd
died of grief.
Tlic tw -nfy-fiv stndentS of ''journalism" to
lie a.lm'tte l to Oen. Le?'s college aretob nom
iiuited b-- Typographic d Unions an! editorial
that one of the parties bu coinpclleil todisgorge,
and the other be enjoined from selling any mure it
bonds, and be removed from olli. e, if the charges I
can be proved tojie true, will not lie carried out.
We need not tell ourr&adcrt why. They will j
find the answer in the venality of the times and
in the amount of ruonev involved.
hoth delighted at the manner in which he
bad succeeded in their object, and that Sweei
was not only knowing to it. but a party.'
We repeat, there tho matter rests for the
present. Mr' Sw et sa.ys the statement. a
reported s untrue, ann that he does not be
lieve Judge Tonrgee m de it. Mr. Ilarrin
ger s iys Jude To irgee d d make it, and we
believe he did.
Mr. Sweet and .Tod e Tou'gee can settle
the matter between thctn. Hal Seutinel.
The Wins'on yentincl gives the name nl
George Make pens.-, of liaudol h County, as
A DANGEROUS MEASURE.
On our Grst page will be found a bill to be en
titled "An Act to secure the better protection of
"Life and Property." The bill is a very extraor
dinary one, and persons out of the State reading
ii will be apt to conclude that dangerou insur
rections exist, or arc apprehendedjm several
(swnties in North Carolina! yd every one
knows that such is not the fact Will the legis
lature, then, make itself ridjenlons by passing a
bill which nothing but a state of insurrection or
rebellion can justify ? Every body knows that
the writ of h,-h'i i.i cypas cannot be susjssnded by
tho Federal Government " unless when in cases
of invasion orrebellion the public safety may
rtqitre ft. This is ihe language of the Consti
tution. Where is any rebellion In be met with
Iu North Carolina? Is there a single county in
'. Slate where the i rvll authoiities have been
resisted where civil process cannot be served ?
Not on", that we have heard oil It will beseen,
toe, that this bill confers extraordinary powers
on the Judges and Solicitor. In every point f
view it seems to ' an uncalled lor and danger-
mcvure. We made no objection to the
amendment proposed to the militia in the Gov
'.rnors ovfviage, Iwt this is a very .iiiT.ru.t
Thai tin rc have Us-n individual oases of out
rage, jn which, perhaps, a sobre or two of per-m,.-s
paKiciMiled, Ls u) true. And no ohe can
'v.ndcrnn p:ih outrage m-r severely than we
da AiSd we will go-farther and say that we do
r-thin!cthcT'hn7C"hW'n'''dcnoiincied in certain
luarter as they sluiild havc iheen that what
tat been dd in palliation of them has bull foe
ci i'ih tendency to encourage them. Rut there
is no such ro:idition of things any where as will
j :-tiiV the passage of this bill,. It piskjkc can.
... . -.1 nv... ... i... . :..i:..r.i..
O...V !i;i'- til e.l. l UJ lliant: ..u.uii. ooo.ove,
wi. ree than ihry nre.
the other gentiem.-rn
sarlou un the train. -
heard the coiiver-
SOUND VIEWS OF MORALITY.
The Connecticut Cbamn, the oldest and one
of the ablest and liest papec in New England,
has the ftcsi article on the McFarland Rich
ardson trige.lv which wc have seen. After re
counting the facts iu thecase which resulted in
the shooting of F.ich irdson by McFarland, and
the subsequent marriage of Richardson, on his
death-bed, with the divorced wife, as alleged, of
McFarland and giving the statements of !olh
parties, having nrst condemned the shooting,
"Now, neither of these statements shows a
clean bill for Mr. Richardson mid Mrs. McFar
lapd. We can understand that nothing which
the law calls criminal occurred between them,
and that, in the present perverted stale of public
opinion concerning divorce and marriage, they
may not liave thought they were doing anything
wrong. . Wc can understand that Mr. McFarland
may have been brutal, and that she ought not to
continue to live wilh him. Rut here we stop.
Here we feel that we are treading near the
ground of sentimental nosh, if not of wicked
license. When a woman talks about getting a
divorce in order to marry another man, we feel
the from. .I giving under us. When a man "tym
pathutet" with another man's wife and protect
her to the extent of urging her to get a divorce
arid marry him, the ground entirely caves in.
Society cannot hold together in any such lax
practice of morals, and loose notion of marriage.
It is a sign of frightful public demoralization
when two people (supposing them to have in
tended no harm i coula, adopt auch views and
practice them. It is not our business to sit in
judgment upon the consciences of Mrs. McFar
land and Mr. Richardson; but this awful trage
dy it one of the results of the low tone prevalent
in social lifo." ,
The f.buronr is right Society cannot hold to
gether in any s:w.!i l.ix pr.u ;l.t -of morals, or
loose notion of marriage."
A young lady who would oj-rnly and pnblio
ly receive the attentions of a married gentleman;
who, it wa uudtmtood, was endeavoring to ob.
tain a diyorcefrom bis wife for the purpose of
in respectable society. And a gentleman who , poMiione will be et t.-riained.
left it lie understood that he ia engaged ' be! Berks' tiio-tdiin-nts rrspiirea day for rent
inarri. d to the wife of another, as soon as she I SejiiRfirc the l-gl-.atiire it. t.e I
WASHI.VftTON. Dec 20.
Tennessee delcgati.n except Senator Fow
ler and Re. e eiiti t e "aw. i: s .ne ei.gag.d
in preparing h protest against the legality of
the Tennessee election, p'nyiug CougirM to
S0 it aside.
The President nominated Edwin M. Stan
ton to Im a judguolT the Supreme Court vice
Sesatf.A hill was reporteil for the ex
empting yf canned fish from duties.
Truurnull from the Judiciary Coinmit'ee
reporfeil ajoint resotutn n iieciar ng trgtnia
onVftleil to representation in Congress.
A hill was introduced for the adjiittment
of the French spi .il.ition claiin.
In an executive sision Stanton wat con
firmed hy a vote of 45 to 1 1 .
IIousr Rill distributiLg the number and
rank of government employee amongthe
aeveral States arid Territories pasted.
The Georgia hill wat taken np. Tl vo'e
will he taken at 8 o'clock lo morrow. Sev
eral amendments were prop..-. . I all ..f wh'eh
Hutler. who championeti the bill, o poted on
the ground tii.it the bill is not iu ail respect
satisfactory, and ameudinVnts would cause
Mr. Illngham will oppose the hill.
There is a night eesciou for debate only.
Mr. Rut'er staVd that the committee l.ost-
pohed t( e 'Virginia l ilt because he bad not
yet sullicierit evidence.
t arns worth moved to misne..f the rn
nnd pass a resolution that Virginia it e.ni
tbd to representation.
House refuser! to supend the rules, f3 to
Th-r nmlfoi .l. fiit. s thnt the fienri'in loll
mild very justly- forfeit bcr place .; ,,,.,, , amendment and that a molion to
The process is exceedingly simple. First,
pilt down 1(1 ). to
h place two cyphers
i.l the rlgh. which make- t'.e sum read ten
thousand. Into this divide I.'lj. aud the
quotient will be th eoin value of the paper,
and if this quotient is subtracted from I OJ I.
the difference is the discount of the paper.
Second, divide l'-tt iuto ll. first placing as
before two cypkert to the right of Ihe latter,
the quotient will lie about' !Mj. and Is the
c .in ralneof the bonds. All this nay I...
afCj'.miplishcd in a tenth of the time and
spnee ocenjiied in stating it.
Qnotution of Coin. When gold is quoted
at l 10. a p iper dollar is Worth 111 cents
When gold is quoted at $1 15. a paper
dollar is worth H7 cents.
When gold is quoted at f I 20. a paper
dollar is H-i.r h cdf cents.
When gold is quoted at tl 26, a paper
dollar is worth 80 cents
Wheng Id is quoted at. $1.30.
dollar i worth 78 cents nearly.
When gold is quoted at $1 38,
dollar is worth 74 cents.
Whe gdd is quoted at 91 40.
dollar is worth 71 cent.
When gold is quoted at $1 45.
dollar is worth 69 cents.
Wheng II is qu .ted at $1 SO a paper
dollar it worth GG'i -i cents.
a ap r
An I .lite .is farmer asserts that whosoever
triet ll-a following recipe for corned beef,
will never use any other: "For one hundred
pounds of beef, three buckets of water -or
enough to cover the meat four pounds
brown sugar, with at mooh talt as will dis
solve. Roil and skim. Put in the meat while
boili g. boil thirty minutes; take out nnd.
cool : rack in barrel and tnrn on uiekik
, ' ., or l j T . .1.1 LjLmLs' saw l nai arerwjirus, in wu in renrn
when -.Id- Bjsrf packed after &M1m.4mmM Hm0t$ endorte,! the taid
way as llo-e in Dewey's rases.
Leave was granted and the cases (vontino 'd
Intheia-eof t'hat. Dewey. Atiguee. va
Cobb. Walker an l Petnbertoti the Opinion
iu wl ieh wa-1 delivered o.i yesterday, the
plea ings were as follows:
Action : debt ; plea : gei:eal issue.
Moore. Phillips ami Merrinion for the plain
tiff. (Mr. Mo re o ly was in atle ulatice ;)
Fuller. Strange aud Melioy f.,r the defeu
After the case f.r the plaint;:) was closed
the counsel for he de'endant raised 'he ob
jection that the allegatioi s in the declara
'lo'i were not sulliciei t to gie the Court jn
isifictioli, for that there was no allegation of
nn ass iguiiietit of t'.eettate m.d effects of the
bankrupt to C. Dewey, but that the title iu
the n te ir-wm Whieli suit was brought, was
alleged to vent in Dewey, by m endorse
inent from one Ituske.
His I'onor's . piuiou wat a follows: Thit
deelara ion alleg. a.
First : That a rjioration was create 1, by
the name of t' e Rank ot North Carolina, by
act of Assembly, in 18"0.
Second : That in Hil the defendants
Cold, and Walker made their promissory
notes, thereby promising to pay to the de
fendant Le.ch. or hit order, 130, ninety
lavs af.er date.
ThirJ : That a'terward the said Leach en
dorsed the said note to the defendant lltiske,
then acting at cat'iier and agent of the s . id
Rank for the use of the said Rank.
Fourth : That afterwards t vit. on the
31st da' of October. IrkW. the RaikofN.
' aroli.r. became a httikrupt. and the taid
last named day was adjudged a I auk' u t by
the District Court of tho United Stat -s for
the District of North Cwn'ln i : WI)reupoi
and before the bringing of this tuit. the
plaititiff w;'S .'.'i'y appointed ass:gnee of all
the estate and .-tb-c s of said ban irtipt.
The opinion of the Court is that it is not
hy virtue of the endorsement of Huake that
the plaintiff can claiin at assignee to be the
owner af Ihe note tiled on' but it It ly vir
tue of the assignment provided by the
Rankrnjit art to he made to the assignee hy
the Register or the District Judge, that the
assignee requires his title to the ettateof the
bank rnpt. and hit right to collect or reduce
into possession by suit in the Courts of the
United States. The complete appoir tment
of the assignee does not vest him w ith the
i ight to sue for any part of ihe est te of the
bankrupt in any eonrt; for he may under
thea ;t of 1 407 he e mipletely appoi i'tj 1. that
it. elected, at that act provides, or in the
event of a fa lure o elect, appointed hythe
Register and confirmed hy the District Judge,
and still have ao title lo any part of the es
Now it will he seen that np to this point
plaiutff a declaration there is no allegation
that, by "virtu of the proceedings recited, the
plaintiff, is entitled to use and recover in tht
Court against the defendant:
rith: 1 hat afterwards, to wit in renrn
lect their own studies, and areuuder notxpense
except ior noaru.
Stato of Worth Oaiolina, (
Wilburn Ltsaiter, administrator of Thomas J.
George D. Bright, Daniel If Bright. Daniel R.
McLrod and wife Cora, Hutie J. Riight,
James Riiht. Philo lQhight, Sarah Bright,
Khxabeth Bright ami Catherine R ight.
Petition tu malt Rtml lM.it e AuetB.
To Tatiiel . Bright, one of the defendants
abo named, a non-resident.
Yon are hereby notified, (hat a summons, in
the above entitled case, has issued against you,
and the complaint therein wat filed in the Su
p) ior Court ot Moutgomdry County, on the
15th day of October 1st 19
You are alto notified, that the summons in
'be case ia returnable to the next term ol (he
Superior Court fonaid, to be held at ihe
Court House in Troy, on die 2,tb day
of February nest, when and where you are
hereby rcqmred to appear ami answer ihe
'ompfairit tn default wheieof the plaintiff
will apply lo sa d Court for the relief detnand
l in tiie complaint.
Witness, C. C. Wade. Clerk of the said
Superior Court at offi.se, in the town ol T.oy,
bit IClh day of DeicmUr, JtSI'.O
C. C. WADE,
Clerk Superior Court Monlgomeiy Coot ty.
"il fl':(pr fee 10 p.')
SrrtRion Cc t,
I all Term, lav.0.
Petition For Dower.
at Willi, it :
In this city on the evening of the 23d int.,
by the Rev.' Jetl rn Rumple, Mr. Robert W.
Price, and Misa Sullie K. Parker, all of this
In Thomasville, N. C, Tuesday evening, Dr-c-mla-r
14th, by Rev. R. Craven," D. D., Rev.
Joe K. Keen, of Wilmington and Mitr Georgia
J. Hogan, of Thomasville.
At the resilencc of this bride's mother, on
the evening of the 14th, bv the Itev. W. A.
Wo. .1 Henry C Cowlc, Esq., to Mis Juliet
In Hillsboro', on the 8th inst., Capt. John
WrKetr, of Wilmington and Miss Sue Nali,
daughter of Henry K. Nash, Esq.
In Richmond Va, on flie loth of December,
bv Rev. Dr. Hofte, Mr. A. D. Taylor, of Raleigh.
N. C, to Mist Annie V. McFarlaud, of Rirh
h i n I.
In Kernersvillc, on Tuesday evening, 14th
inst., by Rev. W. W. Albea, Cyrus B. Watson,
Esq., lo M s. f nalia Henley.
In Wranghtown on the 25th n't., by F. A.
Tucker, Esq., Mr. John F. Tucker, to Miss
Phcbe J. (iihbons, all of Fortytbe -county.
In Guilford rmmty, Dec. 13th, bv Rev. C. F.
Harris, Mr. J. Henrv Coble to Miss E. Callie
Fentress, all of Guilford.'
In Charlotte on the ltilh inst., at the residence
of .Shcrill White, bv Rev. Dr. Miller, Mr, ,S. ti
McLaughlin, of Alabama, to Miss Rowvna Can
non of Charlotte, North Carohn ..
Worth Carolina, I
Rokkk Cocrry. j
lleirs at Law of
A in Urittuiii, dee'd.
In this case it appearing to the satisfaction! f
the Court that the defendants Mo-. Fry ai d
wile -isllie Kry are rtn rissidei.l of th s M t. : It a
ur.lerrd thai publication tw uis.le in ti e "(ltd North
Mate.'' a newapaprr iDblheil in Salifhury. X. (".,
foi six weeks notifying the Uefin.lHiits tni.uear at
the next term of the Superior I'onrt lor the county
of llurkc at the Court iloase in Morganton. on the
luth Monday alter the 3 1 Mondsy in Stsn h next,
then aud then' to answer or plead to the Plaintiffs
petition, otherwise the same will be heard cxpurte
and judgment rendeied pro coaf- sso us tr. U em.
Witness.!'. II. livin. e'eik of ear ssid ceuit tt
nfllce in Morgsnton, the 10th Monday after the 3rd
Monday in August, a. t. IS69.
t'lltNK U. IltVIV. c s. c.
51 9:prfee IS. for Ourke County.
LI III LSI'.
II t.A l"t s I
Moore's Rural New-Yorker.
rnt on f at luvsTKATtn
RTIUl WO FAMILY SBUMPEK
'fttlte .to said plaintiff, i ssigr.ee aforesaid.
toav neeil a mile mure suit after me moJjLQ
. I. . .. . " W.WT-ST
r!n- - stL-i'WheiriibV tahrnliaiitllf becatnt entitled to..
J reatment of ."mall vox. A greatxjis(fis
ery is sunt to nave teen recently trrnue ny
1-IKxV'u'd receive (he ai"d sum of money in
LiIWwl d note speeifled
f.. u ... i ... . : . l i.nf. e.'u.ise. oi i in pijuuua see ne. . u n,-
the British armv in China in tbefo 7' . 1 ... ...
tr .... , J ,. , tach but little importance tu the suggestion
w a T ... ,-i.T-i-i ..... ir.i.eujr ..i p.. int. . uu. . - , , ,
i b, mode of treatment is L f.dlows; ' f Jr there Wat a tm
"When the preceding feveVii at its helgMj!"'. "t.TnSWl
and jutt before the eruption appears. t. e ! f"r? ' "..fhe f ,'th"!
eh . is n.bhed with cro on U LU trt.rU ! that : V W rqmrpi. no assignment
0 tit i.ent. This e-tut-s tho , whole of the
eruption to appear on .hat part of the body
to the. relief of t e rest. It a'to secures
full and toinplete ernptVui. and thus prevents
the disease from attacking the internal of 1
gans. This is now the esab isheJ mode of
tre .it" t in the K glish aru.y in China,
mid is regard as a perfect cure.1
The firt prescription we ever published;
;(ii. H e expect some doctor lo tell ut thai it
is C rtaiu death.
At his residence in Davie Co, N , on the 16lh
Ft'. Im'.'., .Mlisha Lib'.-, aged 72, a useful and
much esteemed citizen.
DEC. 24. 1669.
atronran tv J. . mcconnscouit. tancia.
or conveyance to he made, to. the assignee
but by its provisions vested the .i signee with
a title I i the ttate of the I., ink rnpt hy f ro
of thf adjudn alios and the appointment of
the assignee t that ih this reepect the act of
wat very similar If aoC identical with
tne English art ut thai time in force, which
very lolry aeeouats lor the precedent in
Chitty' cited hy the counsel, and which he
thought thit Court was not disposed to re-
I RBeet sullicieutly. 1 won Id not willingly have
I had not the
loin obtain a divorce from her husband, as Hi.-h-: ",,r,.v .n'!r "'".'J'S' 'lM' uwrfMtiW'lw1 "hBlrtlrif Fletttotrllffmi
iwfhnwidM !41.t..v....'.'.l.-i.-i,i. PM,rs pr-rlamatlon ordenngl eleet.on to ,,,., anq Vi-e Presid.nt of the Cited
X J J t In. VHCii'leV Sill 1114,-rIIII!' tl.e 'Vol. ' V . i.l. : ... 1 i!. e..l i V. . in ( ', .....r.j- ;., ..II 1 1.
,,..T, ,- ....TT-I-tt. n-r.e. I tary" iii lien of 'direct pliysieal f..rer" in j of the I nion, which provides that electors s
... .1 itir. lotlieradiHrlarin a I" t "U tiikmg it had ti..t I Ne aptwn:u.l in ea h S:ate on the second T
the profusion lo believe that
I .. or, .f. ... , .) hi,...r,l f..9 I'.u ni.lf.tofia ,.f f lo.t
Mr. Drake- hasinlrodu- i . ' . ... .. .:!. ..i i
1 on. ii , ,i s; . in. eminent auiwir upon any .inesnoii o pivwu-
u. an ,., ru, ii,t. S'liate a bill to cstat Iish a uniform ' . n TL . .. J. . . .. .- :...r : -t
.Ts of Presi- i - i I.........
u. . I.l' sotie ol li in loi. w nfc .u. ..r-i...c
.Mates , . , . . J ,
. tne time tie wrote, ami uol io uewiawaor
Dacon, perpoaao, ..
i.tlce. p r poaad, . .
Corn, per bush, ol M lbs., ..
' Ileal, bush. 46 " '..
t'oppera. per pound. ..
Candle. Tallow, ,
i ' otto n . per pound. . .
" Yarn, per buack,
Rggs. ptr dotta,
1' eat hers, per pound. . .
'lour. ptr sack.
Pith, Xaekeral, i. 1.
" " S.
Frni t. dried, applet petled. . .
" " " nnp'ld, ..
Ptaehet, pealci, ..
' nnpeahtd. ..
Leather, upper, per pound. ..
Ifolaaaet, sorghom, par fa
West India, ' ..
Otlona, perhnshsl. ..
Perk. per pound. . .,
Potatoes, Irish per bathtl, ...
Sagtr. Brown, perpennd, ...
Crushed PulveHxtd ...
Stlt.eotst. per-s-V. ...
' Lirerpeol, m
Tobacco, Leaf, per pound, . .
I 05 lo I
I in h. 1 Ii.
10 to Ml
96 to (Ml
20 to n
9 UU to 2.3A
9V to 96
464 to 41
3.60 to 4 i.
90 to 22
60 to 70
1.00 to 1.90
m to ao
I 00 to
9.K5 to 9 76
6.60 to 6.00
H to 10
SO to 1. 66
40 to 1.00
NE fr ji D VKIt TISEM AN TS.
DrvrrrvrisTRATOR-g Balo of
fi Corn and Ball Bo id Stock.---
On Wednesday, tat 6tb day of Japttry, a. a.
I&"W. I will expose In public sale, at the cnnit hease
in Salisbury, St IS o'c.oek, 11., about sljtj bnatels
of Cob la the ear.
Volume XXI.. for 1870,
Of this Famous Journal will Excel in all tho
valuable essentials and characteristics of a First
Class Rural, Lihrury, family and Jimnucfi
Xeicspnj'er combined uiukii.g it the
NAPOLEON OF IT.S CLASS !
The RCHAI, was doubled in file and Vanfty
Improved, in January lust, and is now not only
the Xiarreit. Cheapest t'xl Beat, but
also the largeat UircuTating Weekly m its
Sphere Superior in ability, value and variety
ot content: . us well as in sijj. style and illustra
tions, and having a continental circulation
with fens of thousands of anient admirers in
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I rinted, ably edited, widely circulated aud bear
tiiy welcomed papi r, as a whole, which now
liiid.s its way among the people.
MOORE'S RURAL PAS
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etc., even u a small scale, (iu city, villtfKiorsn
but b. ) wiiilu to farmers, plauters.nortiuiiitnriatr,
stock-breeders, wiud grower , .lain men, poui.
try fanciers, etc , it is indispensable. In the
Family it ia highly regarded, its Literary and
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and enteitoiuing readitigfor all. Tin Ki hal'.s
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adapted to country, village aud city, the Itu-
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Kemenibl-r that it it not a monthly, bu. the lar
gest, cheapest and best illustrated weekly, and
that, though don '.le its lV.nuer situ, and gieatly
improved, its tubscriptiM p. iee remains un-
changed I .
FORM, STYLE, TERMS, Set.
Vol XU-. for 1870, wilt be tiubli -bed in sn-
perior style, each number cotaph-ing HUteen
Double Quarto l'tgea, (of Flsel'jiluuiiis each.)
finely JiiuKtrated.arMi Neat r:.i.:.-o on liouk
Paw r. A Title 1'aav. luder. Jw.. at eka-e of
e.li'l. VoluiUO. - x
Oji ly & a year : In olube of ten o more. i&JJO
Nov in the uumi to form C'lube : Very Jilssral
indnr erne-lie t lis :J elub ar-nts fnclndinc
Ovr Oat Hwttxetl Vtiimibk J'rtmimimt, ruag
ing ia uriot frttn. 3-1 to S.M w Sm.f,uo Pm.
jiuuiu I.Uts, 6b. Hiiie, it,m flee. Drafts.
(Jotprs, e-, at not risk. Adirevt,
D. LI. T. MOORK,
61- 41 Paii Row. N. Y.
Alto. 10 SU,-, of ttnek in the North CWii-o
Pail Road (rmpanu. Ten Shuns ria the Wmtrrn
Mi C. P. R. f.bmp.7KV- rmd Three Share tn th
Charlotte Jc S. C. R. R. 0-panv. Term Oul. 1 for (J parpose ef raM:ng frrde to raj
of Ann lUoghtoa. nee'd.
TBit ladiks or mm
ret. 14, inso.
A LARUE SUPPLY ofParofine, Wax aud
rjperm t'sinl!t juat reccivod ,
. . . . . .. i. ii
l,!l ' nialenal cnanget tUUsenill liny iniuie. ience . -71 . . i, ,
an .- . , -r' ... . 1 . ...a and r rtuL- nut reccivul und for silo
....i. the preceUeut relied uuon wat correct at me ., ,. -
&g- The H itherfor.l Stnr is "Informed that j The Haserslown (Id.) .V'o'. a strong Ilem e
J iV? Henry made an impuitont rfcrWn r.n the era tic paper, apeak ing Of objections that have
cirr.iit i i-t c'.os.nl, wiii. II alkacta the rights of , . . , ,, ,
i i i ,. r.i ii been made to .lu.lu'' I Carre, IreMdent irant s
in n irsinisiu iin.l,r!neprov.-ioi,-of :hf Itoiiir- "
. . ,i.!. Ti..- point nrnv on the application uf nominee Tor tho Circuit Judge-hip of tl. Iii,
Lewi", i ' innistr.itrfr, lo (he court for leave to,, 'Circuit, romiMised of the Stattk. of Marvlsnd
,eli r nl . "tare lo p ly the ilclrrs ol Ins intestate,
ll.luey, d -cease.1. - It sppea'rs that the d retard
.I....I .1-. ri - - .1... w.r '. . . . 1 i ' Oli'fiH if. 'M v lib'.
miiitarv .i Urs, .-., tn nda.iuitir.uor hud no! " " w h,vo dssfjneitKm .to iijHcrferc in the
. t bi sn unit to i lose up the estate.' To his ap ; wkttcr ol apH.ii.imrtts wh-re ..or voice would
i.'hsatbv.i the 1'ir.n' hi-.v re-pondist. alle-'iiog n)t. undtr a.y ei.iiiiwtanMs. bj heard: but we
Virginia, West irginLi, North and Smth ur
olina. savs :
etlli.-le-eil IL. t lie tel.. 1 'oil.
V liittfinore ii.ty ! iced ;
the Virgifria Legislature lo
a'h au.l s. ;t' tl o-e haxil'g tl
vote win re u ui.yKritv .f r
bill eal'ing on
inMe ihe t.t
,iud dates are
A large and Fresh supplv of Candiva, Nuts
I tor sale
i largo lot of Gunned Tomitix, Green Corn,
neeiled r. pa'.raof tLt ataa awdtea. rrcptse
FRIDAY EVKNIXO, DEC
A SL'MI'TI.OL'8 FEAST,
Five persv.t s were rTrw!.d in lb-' Paaviic
river ut Newark, recently, while rawing. fawn
in -.un ... .o- ... ......kso vi ,n v. ii .unri'ii i. i .: ami or t tic act to es-
isl to Ihe -here in a fl it-bottomed . Seven t-iblih a uniform time .for holdirur eUs-tion. for
Ih i on-
of tiu-ir uuHther had icH wH nt.i:ii(sl
I r- in i -r.lv, an.) priymg In healloweu mrvr
th provisi.eis of tl.e 't'unalitutiou lo have the
J. hi. -te.id i . niptioiHsW off aisordkig i.luw.
II Ji in u- betdUoal lliey wi re so entitled, nn
tl- i-r.tad principle that the I iw wsj enact oil Sir
the I., sit ti- o" Ihe -!iel
IVuditiij ms iu'jcrr of ihe' bar OuncuirtdV'
ennnot n :rn.pv trnni
the mi.i.i.. r in w hlel
Mis,:i of Jiit Pearri
others-escnped bv hurl swimming.
wns n.ngli . 1 the l..!l
when Ihe-whole lrty Iwsmo dn . ri!i.il and
jumped overuourd. The fir doud bodi.s Were
laX of ( V lober uv the year ill whii h thev ure to i 1101"'.
I e apsintcl ; arid thai Ui'pTcsentative in ( on- i The Conrt ia inclined to the o inion that i
...... .-I..H l... ;n ., ,.1. s... i i 4 : : i i.. ... ... .. !...!.. ..I ...
i. . . - ....... ... , .v, ,.no ... ..to...in.i i.iunf -L-is.ii.i s - ie, ut.es in ...iu i pie , H..'i...w...o.t.. -. ., . - .,. .
T..e-day of O-tolvrVii ,wece.lirig the U-git . aetiont at lir iu courts of law (as rhit is) in Pch. Pine Applet, hulru.n, LoWrt, Oy- prepared by the Ladica, will Le'tprcad in
n ng of the i. nn ot :l,eH ongeesa to hick thty ) their effort! to reduce the estate of the ba k- Kn ',a wr
nn ihvted; and s nicJi uf the act in relation : rpt to possession or in the eolleclUin of!
o the elei Hob rjf ITt-nlenl and ice President 1 ... i a,.tl., - l,i ik.l tl.ev ma i.nrsue i
0"the 1 nit.sl Mates dts'larinir the nl' n. r j1m. , " " '. .. . P,..;. ! ls of is. rs,nxn
aludlaaasl-roHUntin cirstS of vtcanJies ,X !,,:,rm!lr e?' .V. ; '' " ,f oj ir ' . ' Tlic room will lie d orated and every other
(he olliie .A-Ja.ll. Pivi.l.: andTiise PreabicnU iX,MnC V:V'r1, '""V ' ! ' it ;-,rcrn'e arrangement made to render Uk- .avasion pkras-
i . airoiueu. me creaiesi iioerauiv is an-, rs iu , am i.. all ... ...nr .........i i.i...,i..m. ra 9..
peruiittitig amendmeiitt aud other ludul- I (.Viils. Children half price.
At Hjticr ton's.
s. i e uultei' jiiltbat iwtbis QuinUxi the I
vprs.-jnt. our surprise at
it is ,-ilh--NI the v. miin.v
i tnnl.d l.v his Ka lie:. I
frivmK. As a lawver, Judge Panre has alwavs
tanked among the ablest in Msrvland, Who an-
Iv au i. n. I to none in tt... I'nien. As a
1 in In -t in !s without n ,r.-..ch. -ind a, h-
li'i.i'C alilfmeh 'again-', its. we have nv. r
ii?urd it intiwatcd tiiat he has bveajjLtr -tliaii j country on tlic fi-st of tVlimary
The Brltisfi (;-.v,r:-iii-
e,v. r 'OSSesloi Ol lite ti.e 'l-..
Tae water , . e tors of president and Vice President ...
commenced dipping, th.. States of the Lniun. are mealed.
m .. i lint the plniutiff has seen proper to bring his
The I?!..!!..!!-!. Tiefii' tt'ln... Motion at law in thit court, in M'lu'ch the
'day Higl.t. one hundred d ihirrvasix ' f'T" " H-"'l ' l"
, - ,11. ... ,- ". , IO BRIIWem
l Will IiiX,e persons, :,!i iroui
lim s of the ibtrinfli lliat
gen. iet in the furtherance of justice and a i A large lot of Fresh Family Oroccriet of ev-
speely B.ljUSl til ,.l tle matter is ,i sj.ine. J ""-"r""". J1- T A HT W A TTY A, PTJ ADA
- - ai li.'Kcrwn i. . inuuunuA vb. uuAuaiJJiJ.
A new supply of that supefioc-eeven-year-old
X I d" I- 1
-e, ,, v arot.na piistc. , , , , rpm,Ill,Hr..(, tlK,. ,hat lhi,
city curou'.e lo tlic QOutli tt c,,rt f u;,u4 nce:n aud not cene-
0X MONDAY LVKNIXtJ, IW. 27th. Mc-
Jfcei-lv s ap-.ln In- opened Cnr Tibleaey
u- L il-L. WLU. -'- '.' '
: onlv, just reccive-l and f.wile f nJ ' . x '"" !,T,'1'm
. - - - " --' - " . i rn i evening picumijv soouiu not in to aneiio.
jl, u the Superior Courts of the -State- Mr. i dec. Jl-oO-tt . ... ! idin"mttnt l-j frffcrf CUiWrcn half price.