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SALISBURY, N. C, MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1867. NO. 52-WHOLE NO. 79a
W KKhlLY cut: IT J. J. bKLKKB.
8ALUJJJUKV, V. O., DKU SO, 1867
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J This it the concluding No. of
i in u Wale as more full sta
ted last week. If will hereafter ap
pear united wilh the week! u Xorth
State," oosjsiderablv larger, but at
the same price. All who hare paid
MS dMpoUMMi mm be sew M that th
lallet uualiti- wiUnNt. Ik tawr.
Gen. Ord has issued from his head
quarter, lliu Fourth Military Diet-
01 viiMMMMippi anu Arkansas, tne an
iiexed sensible and important wder
14 Commanding nmcers are direct'
ed to noli) tlie leading colored mon.
and take such other measures a mat
for this paper will be furnished with neceesarr to gire general pubiica
Um ucu. tpcr. Those v.ho have not t t,u" '(" hc I1 lb all frctdiuen, who
-ill rU irHo... .1-. rewired to earn
' . . ..... their own support during tho coming
lay, as it is a matter of simple justice.
We crave the indulgence of our
friends for only a half sheet on ac
count of the holidays. AH our hands
are taking Christmas, and we are
sure none need relaxation more than
The New York Herald characterise
(hs new reconstruction bill which hss re
cently passed the House of Represents
lives "as si in id v a bill to facilitate and
expedite the reconstruction snd restora
lion in Congress of the ten outside South
ern States an thrktttis ot negro snprcma
cy." These ten States will send fifty
members to the House, twenty to the
Senate, snd cast seventy electoral votes
in the Presidential election. The Her
ald says that the admission of these ten
States on this basis of negro supremacy
will become in the North "the control I
. a WSL f 9 I M
trig issue in tne I res aennai campaign
It further says: ''Negro domination, even
in South Carolina, set Tip through the
devices of negro sjffrage and while dis
franchisement, will not be tolerated by
the North." Says the Herald:
The restoration of the rebel States on
der this progiammo can only he main
lained by a standing unit ; and with i
landing army over the jteople as a fixed
institution lathe South, how long will it
be beldre we are ble-ed with tho su
preme authority ol an at my over n iu the
Shall this Southern negro recoustrnc
tiou policy of Congress be ratified or re
jected by the people of the United States!
the proposition is strongly suggestive of
a political reaction and revolution against
the radical excesses of the Republican
tary as decisive ss that of 1660, which
brought this psrty into power.
The New lork Times, in one of its
characteristic wishy-washy articles, in
terprets the passage of this bill as s vic
tory of the moderate Republicans over
Thsddcus Stevens, and hlri fe'bw Radical
extremists. The 7W tbns hails the
passage of thia bill:
There is hope for recongtmction Mr.
Thaddeus Stevens, though not victorious,
net accepted sn nit i malum, and U satis
The party is then oncetnoro united on
ground controlled by the moderate ele
ment, which has thus again proved i's
ability and right to dictate the policy by
which the party shall be estimaTed. The
extremists have receded before superior
force, and to day the psrty in the (louse
is bar m on i o in and mn ted in tit vor of bast -ening
the reetorstion of the South. It
impediments arise, they will come from
the Sooth itielf. Congress is evidently,
dcftipneaaf facilitating reconstruct ion , an d
will neither sanction fresh penalties nor
tolerate demands designed to prolong sec
tional exclusion. ''
We have no suggestion as to the signal
breach of faith on the part of the llouse
of Representatives in passing a stringent
supplement to a bltt which was oh aTT
aides represented as a finality. Perfidy
Hxaothtfff. Radical leouusti uctfotr snd
(year, and to go to work upon the
l"M ! miis that can be procured, even
shoald it furnish a support only, and
thus prevent their becoming a bur
den to the (iovernmcnL All treed
men who can, but will not, earn a
livelihood when employment can be
procured, will lay themselves IrnldV
to arrest and punishment as vagrants.
The ro. n iteration ofsheriflii and con-
d a Ides and police magistrates is re
quested in the enforcement of this
order, and any just action of theirs
under Us provisions will be sustained
by the military authorities.
The Washington correspondent of the
Cincinnati Oummeroial nukes the follow
ing statement in regard to violations of
law snd economy on lbs part of iboss
from whom better things might be ex
pec ted :
"Scarcely a week passes pi. line
Turks, and others as nations that had
been prosperous and thriving until they
admitted lbs negso to a share in their
government snd commenced wilh the
work of miscegenation.
In con tin nation. Mr. Brooks rearred
to lbs history of lbs Mexican rate, and
attributed their effeminacy aod degrade
lion to ths admixture with soured races.
This might be lbs last tiros that hs would
address a while audience upon this floor,
for it seemed lo be a fixed fact that se
gross vas as lo be brought down from the
galleries and brought to sears with the
representatives upon ibis floor. Hat he
asve notice thst the whito nenitlo of the
North would never submit to lbs insult,
and if the dominant party now blackened
m harts with mrre riprsssnhstivea,)
the Democratic party of tike North would ,
at the next election whitt-u them ifain.
Mr. Stevens replied lo Mr. Brooks, and
aid hs seemed lo orgtt the language ot
the Bible which declared that the Crea
tor bad made of one blood all nation of
lbs earth. Ths geutleman ssys be made
litem of all bloods, lis has guns into s
leugihy history of the ocgro race, but will
hu dare to say they have not souls to be
saved I The saim. God who will judge
the negro will also damn the geutleman
trout New i'rl if tse deserves it. (Mr.
Me ens, unices is Misrepresented, does
not believe iu tne existence of a God )
lie bad no doubt of the gentleman's great
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anility anu mat ue was superior in nnei
lect to all the House; bul hs (Mr. Sts
Tens) would like to bsve s contest for lite
championship of America, snd lie would
We phot, as a proper asssssssawssat to las
Hsise'a firta Murrsav Psmoer
Nsw Oriswas, U, Ms. SS, 1867
No so (
L Is i will, Oeaeml Orwsrs Ms 81,
HrsJe,asrtsfs s the Aran. ASpjUM Oesssss
Caaes, WaaMafteo, D. U, Aau Mth. 1887,
iMswal W. a Haaeaak kawbv 1
of lae filib Military DswriM, sod of lbs
it The ueaersl OoSMwsnJttts .. si ftrJ t
hwra thai Hoa and quwi mgn la litis Dspart
inrtiL ft wfflss all aasssss to asassrsa Uns a-
dmoa of things As a laeaiM ts ihla gnat aod be
rsaafSS taw mst.tiri.snoaof lbs eivd atiuraritiesia
Um Istthlul SIsouIMM of Ins laws, as lbs BktfttaSV
put lliegeolleinan trom flew I ork against
tied. iAuirlass and lanarston. (Louc
lasa and Langston are both ball while, and
their snperioril v to the negro illustiates
ihsatresirih of ths shite blood.) lbs
geutlemsn (Mr. Drooks; miiiht chooee two
ul the judges fur lbs discussion on any
subject except negroes shius. and if the
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money is used Tor some purposes ; gimiicmau iar. oruoas) aiu not turow up
for which there is no warrant in law or i the sponge, be (Mr. Stevens) wo .Id con
Constitution. To lake an illustration cede him to be superior in intellect and
from the present arssiou : The first issue ' attainments to ar.y gentleman in the
of the Ulvb, a week ago, contaii s a j House. Mr. S'eveua then demanded the
speech purporting lo ha-e bovn made ly previousqueetiou.
Judge Liwrenee in ibe House of ICep-
resentence, U nsver was made, nor was! JJ. JOHNSON AND CONGRESS.
s a v r a I
ymmumak ever k'cii louaveii priuieu.i Qnjqn leBr of Mr j.,,nw,n
lei ills prinieu ani puniaiiSii al an ,,r . ..r. ,i. ,...i...,.,t ii,.i K...I.
v- mf a r
It wscu la lishaif sable Ut rcpat turn by (van,
ssW ovsrtkrnw and Sssnwp nppnslllBS loiajaM
aataofMy. Bet wbae manrisetwaiy fares ass
baae erertbrowo, and pass ssjihaalai.
aril sutborMjas are read and wtlltus lo
lMr tlauss lb asiluary power should aeaas to brad.
and ids ami adtaiamiauoa resuut iia natural aod
ncstful domioioe. BokKsaly imprcaaed witb Usaw
, Us Oeearal aasseaaM tbat the areat pna-
?! of ASMnaaa bberty suU are ike lawful lobar.
tosoe of uuapaupla, aad aaar akoaW bw. Ths
'if t.i u laka by jury, ibr Habeas Corpus, the Ubor
arty ol taw praat, Us Ireadoa sf SpoaeS, and lb
aatoral ngkis of asrsons aad ibr nxht ef preparty
frm aamtwuooa. wad Uwv are
ef ik i
Cnmr snd oSbnuM oommittd Is Out
Do inot asaat be ssfsrreS to ras an ittoratiau end
asA aSsT aasa asaassasaasa asssiM
teaf vsrv-wss in evswr ivpniai w w n
utbuii! will b auuportad to tbav lawhsl luns-
WE8T ARRAYING ITSELF
intelli(snt and obesrvsnt gen-
aa. who reosatlv traverawd near
all of lbs Westers States, with bis sysa
wids open and bis peresptivs faculties in
full play, asaarss the Richmond Enqtir
r tiiet nolhinc sururiaed biua half so
much in tbal great snd wonderful region
ss the intense snd rosaorseleas hslrwd ol
ths negro, which lbs lata aUsmpU of the
f1 lie I lo make bias oar civil snd po
lities! soaal have deva onsd sssoom all
claaaesof white men. He vhsled the
slates in quest)
iiupreaeed with Hie
belief that as wss about lo enter the
stronghold ef the ad roost ss sf negro
supremacy, snd hs has wanted with
the roe? iettou thai al no diatant dae tha
ensnere tore be , , v . m
astohaahed, aad th I swept from the continent
uy me wen a no "toiiowsu cuermaa
from Atlanta to lbs ass.
Hoould usnr be Twiatioe ofrXNUaaj laws which
are not uxjutrrd tutu by Ut etril amlatralia, or
n ul l Isilurr in to admiomratM of J
ty ms eeernne enoij.'srrwd ot,
ersen will ibaa ba
a uiay ba
WbiW in Oeesral the I od teals hi perpess to
respect lb liorrur of the r-eopl, he wmoa al lo
uadrrttsud lust stuhhI laaurraatl er Bandhle re
aaaaoe to tha tow will ha instantly ipnnl by
By eaaawntl ol hfaj Oeo. W Hsaoooa.
W. O. MlTCacLL,
Fvt LL Cot. Aet'f A i A.lj i (ass,
Id U-.it.. S7ih fai l, B'u Is LmL U. it A , A.
A. A. UaoeraL
Cohvirtif of tke Utayor of JtoMUA
Cast mdr ths Civil Rights BUI.
al.-b.le. Umato SO.-Tba trial ut
"Capuia, ass Jswei," said a sea of Erie ss
s ship wss cowing oa lbs oail to iaelaineat
wseUMlr, -has y a aisMeiek es heard r ' No
I kavesn." "Th., he jabata. w shall hare to
lake lb waalbsr as it esaaas."
MOII OU I K Alii
Iks bar Jearaaisf
Thar have base ssvsssl rahheri
a Jo., Useir aad Craves '- due
ansae ibsss we sou th bllowia :
Thshoewa ef Mr. Jesse, I. Jo, was re-
bad last MsaaJaf by dwes er bar ssgrsss du-
niijf Mr J's. ahaaeea.
Weswsasw elgwt kw a hand ef tftoss or
iwestf SSSSISS Ml to the hewaa ef Mr. t. 1.
Taytor, hs Lesew Ceeety, aaar W rod
sasod tor week. lsV. Taesar toU Uwas b had
a work tor uVaaa, hot UValesaef bw souj bbors
bsd sera eoSto) I ptofc eek They repuad thai
"thsy weald hs dsasasd kwfare U.y wewld ptok
00110." aad dessaadadbS horaaa er assies.
Mr. Taytsr anssspttog n saaeh hi kese to
8lbisgssv was aatoad sad aWwwa dssm and
vfslr hert. A party ef the easw dtoa
tosed hfi hosss and ootossancad the pleader,
eMktof haddiag aad other ral
rJ iklwa I-..I- I. . '
tytssoia. tor a paisi o. Ike Pne Ks.U HH?fc?J,,U ' Wl"m,
fve haadred .h N.hraska.- v V, " , " " "! ,M fcim
iH gelhroeghmiboalcLeorheis, Z?J!" WArd be bs.
a-4 " " " sa ssss eaescb Is reseat ft be Mowing roar
They will go ihrosgh
II WONT IX)
U k snvtoes hew tee,
are which weet do to he
placet -of ours.
oor diassra. For I
It woeH do to slseera into a
holly oe the jaatiee ef year out,
dona, epos this eruy
htasas oe t (if yoe ha, ao hrwas.) craekiog your
riding ia a railroad ear to
VOH LETTER WRITERS. It weal do.
HeaAr ktiecs seal to Post OAora, diree l,k 0,kee maa.
i.. I miu -.11 Uil.uiu s I as swssBJ aw sn aro
r- - wm w . w.i. mm t.. . ...... . .
seel to Um lsad Iir OaW. A Bote shoald I It ..Vi do o. Z -is -iaTl
hs assde sf Una by It-llsr wnurs.
Dope The ws of Plate's toil when waiUoc for
of aaasarried ladies, who ban aawaad
lite age of feitf.
It wea'i do brassaatobaaBskkkaadacaiaat
a loo post eatow be aoeariaeiieeaiy kaatot
hi bead is the harsasi.
It woo'i de aw a ehap to inagiae a gbfla la.
drSeraet towards bin hepSSSS the sladiously
void biro ia oompanf .
It woaH de wbee ia a ksrrr, 's eat soap with
W. lears that Jedge Shipp h lo hel l s
Cowrt of Oyf aad TsrrSWf at SiaiaasiUaoa
tbaSrd Monday to Jaary axi, tors jtaaral ! s twe proeged fork, er to sstok fie with a Isb-
n laaey a assy ia lev
irwai wb ervwy aas po-
A Raca. There will b a bera rae to-day, I Ittety oa all
at th tract bear ibw city, between lit blooded
Mayor horae, Medley, and ( root, a bay mare.
ex it-tire ot
about iX to the Govern
Airh'r J-iltasion. sgm, eoa. ledrd lolay.
Tim art-Ill... m of ll,.. SASi.lrtr.tioii that .n
....e, .v u-reaa won ill Ih irlad in eiorewa it im tl .i .. .t k. .L. . ..I
gsl right to print that apeeeh at the pub- , w (4enera UneoJ,', .mj is jMod JoUasioe from the cily. Th. ease .a.
lioeipt-aae titan he haa lo print the ...!,,. Tlie . x. t mr-anina- of the .,.1 i-i,... J IU... -I .J ik. I!...i..l toaia
stump apcecne ue maaca tn vrnm i toe .t..joll cm,H ,,, i,e wtJl disc-rned. i Ht.trict Ce.L and ralird ia a ..dH of suil
I I. . . ...... . ... .V
low yeara Mr
drew a sslarv
'"""" ""J- mmmm so iuteudad or not, it is a capital same
letter of Ihe law, entitled lo no more ,. ,i, r..lt.ii..,. .J I '..r, in honor
than the .lslnry of s hensior of lbs Un (4eDerKj Sheridsn. If ibst Gensral's
ited States. Mr. Wade doss thes-me f(1, i LoUij.na which wss unintsn
now. He draws the tslary of Vice I rwa- rnottj mi.ram .d diirder was worth v
..lent, end is known as 'Acting Mem uiuUum. the I'rea.dent olainlv see
President,' an office not fecoa.sed by .. ..... lu,rK.c-t ,K,lier. which ree.-ir
STEVENS' BILL OF CONFBCATIOW.
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. , - - j- - - j i - I mere is now no nartuag at lee eracK of lbs
I llort- a, o,...r.. l' appolat for siol.iioa j Lhstanee a q.arlsr for a heavy pern, exeisaise whip of'iks man bar boat Paaaylaaia. U,t
J mat I Iu its ll I I. to, 1st II SaU I kaS ij I 'Is asBtasSa I S .11 tL a. i as .a awa. a as a . .
'" ' - ' tm" v vnor ft 111 at Baa. I SI ja larsa SsSwsaWaf ass ' - M Tha I ftontaVshr St rSrt W las awl aaar ataaaS wrl... . . Xa. I
' --mm -mm ' ! ws -- . . a w -
sssia race will take place at iee o'clock.
a. fakit anulher case : tut, Hrrrrrgvmitrns missive was rrmtlfednn ali'ty hemg mntoreorw ae-wew alter rhe jery f .
r. k.er, of Cmroct cn'. luMi .nd jke peker with both end ! '-wed The .ai.ee will h.prw-elgataJai,'0 u
of MiajO, and for a lo, nobotJy jj uke it .... Whether I 'ek to .sorrow. kHe.
tnatOOStltUtlonoran iaW Ol tlie lll.leO ,l. ;.:l aullwirile and ia hrinmno-
It is entirely a brevet rank ; the n u( orur OMl of Sheridan can
Wbautvar tls mar b said of Tberlow Wsed.
it roust he conceded, at IraaL ssys th New
is nsy be
York 'Eiprea'. thai ba baa alway show route
foreoai, aad a aaaaar appeeeuiuoe of eoaieg
fsu, i haa any other in an io Ilia Republic
party. Ileaee, bw word are entitled to weight
peaking of Ihe Raesc Cuogreea and its
eiira pay has oeen sttaciiea io it amee j, fir mon worxbf of ths spprobstion
18jj. I.y courtesy, sn l not by Msht ; BOd f ,lw. ;..M11. Tlu.ro ia tru, inunh
so on to the end ot the ebsptef . The lt tr(K wo mmnt s rebuke, in this letter for i kf a atteropt to waka black white aad
publican Ooiigre-s'oiiai Ctiminee have r . . i. Ma. w ingvni.-in ihat lmaH " arotois, smia dssinfrtiwa sad
nad in their emrrtrW, U tVilirhern iniS- rtr-Paar to VnnT., in treat 8rnig lha auarala and miarry occaMoOed by
lacompetaeey to rratore the Ueioe, be pcediei
"Lone; hrfor Ibe real silsalioa is understood.
lb eoantiy by the rets and dcaolatioa
sionarirs. for a year, past, a larse num- j,,lcAWWfMr Uispoteh.
her of men traid aac.e ks and officera ol
the House of lCepreseulative I 1 there
warrant f law for this! If so it would
enlighten a great many anxious inqn'ir-
ers tu point out just when it is." One con
epicuous exception to i he foregoing ststc
incut is shown in ths esse ol Inn.
Grant, whose administrat in of the War
office has saved and is saviug hsndieds
Cl thousands tu s UX bhrdeued country.
CUFFEE IN CGNGRE88.
When the new supplemental recon
struction bill of Taad, Stevens wss un
der consideration Weduesday, in U.e
House of Representatives
Mr.' Brooks, of New Vork, snid be
glud tlie hill had krotlSed some Off
position among Republican, lor- it-was
BF" If it be Use sad ws see no reaeon to -loubt
it that Itkatn O. Osrlaud, of Jacksou county
Alice, hss been tried by a military eommiasiuu
and SSaSaSSfd to beooanoed si iahjor m s military
prieoo daring some rcoe;h for havSkg apokee
.lirepectfu!ly of the Doited States flag, tin; an-
teace m worthy of the darkest of the dark ag of
she SSSSa. Any gQ-veromeot tbat cannot afford to
ignore seek offeaaes ss that attribeied to Oarwod.
evident tint they were fearful of the ef.
i, i t .mi West it tlioay parsed such a bill
as this. He referred to the several re
.instruction acts, and eontennea tun'
their whole object ws to enfranchise
ths blacks snd disfranchise the Wlwtes wl
the South. The object waal'o" enslave
eiijbt million of white people by potting
"'."7' r."::' i-1 janj-Jtit-js-eiigM . "
sn inierior ra.co io rut wwi ..tm.
Mr. Brooks 1ben proceeded lo arg
khat lbs foil blooded negro could never
tortta eqnat of the Angte oaaon race,
and. tbal hafure BevW
be so. His very snsiotnicsl formsfion
was different from his head to Ins feet.
He bsd r.i hair opoo his heed, but wool
ft was i Iruu no instrument had yet been
invented to weave the wool of lbs ne
gro, but he had no doubt 'that it could
ne done, toe socros aaau is wstwsi
whom it puaibaa. Free speech ir just as muw:
tsnt to tiW'verhmept as "to the iudividaal, aod
"IBni aTa'atoul arlach osdetake to paoidi .it, ej
cept according to the moat aoligbteoed stateiea on
ths BsMjBSM- of bbel aod Lu.der, only snows iti
wttkotaK There is no better mgn than Mcti pun-
itheiertt that Radical tarn feels itself to b sorss-
urd QiitiaioTil Hid" oeslioaoTlo
ef Ue and aeiborttv. If the nac does
not wave ss proudly altar it baa bean abused by
the words of aa angry mas ss, before, nothing dial
- be doo to lbs sasa io the way of
A Question of Color-Quest Cost in Ohio.
In Meijt townhip; this county, there r Quite a
kirga aettleinent ol oukewd people, thrUty, iikIus
triiajs, iooOVus, aod many of Umhb excellent
tanners, aod several of then quite wealthy, aod
oss considerable tract of land. UnUl a few year
sgu these 'people bsd oo school of their owo, al
Ihoufrh they were ssw-sswd alinaHy (of' school por
pown, there bring no p.-rsle returo of properly
by the township iriees, aiUiWfb rrpt?u'Jj' UB
ournn.nl lo do so. and slwss mifleelrij. the whole
of the school fuud went lo the support of the white
1 in the township. .
At -length A.i.Hs Lett, perbsp the wealthiest
person in the colored etilement, determined lo
test the lefrat h'gtif of the (rtistees to prevent a ep
erate return of properly lor school purposes, and to
tart th question, sent three of his daughters, near
ly women grown, to die school ia lb district io
which be resided Lett himself is a mulatto, and
his children of eery light oomph-nod, with tone,
straight, aaady-vuiored hair. A youiiK lady irom
M. Couiielirihe was leaching io the district that
winter, and when Lett's cbddreo came to school,
knowing the matter in controversy she made no
obiecuon to their coming. In the evening, after
the school was dismissed, and tlie children weal
boms, so intense excitement prevaflwi in the neigli
hothood st the iipvi that Lett's chiklrefl bad been
to srfiool circutaled.
A meeting of th school director was held, snd
H t ttutwmfnei tttstrfamV'chiMieri rtmW b
of-"L"htsjl, anil is-e of
Mr. Jordan, was authorised to enforce the order
Mr . jor-ian waa sn oia msn pet ay years, wini
eyeafght somi wftt Tm paired ahff kiiaw'but
lew children "in the district. Oo tb loliowing day
he repaired to the school, which was thee in sesm
sod said to tbe teaclier: ' I aodemsnd thst three
of Law's children ar attauding ehool here." On
being luformed that inch wss the, case, he stated
that the director hail autlmnard hin to expel ihein
from th. school, and wished her to point litem out
demoralised Soelhara tauTragr.'
WHAT DID UK WAST!
MsJaip," said a barefooted tar-keel, steat
hling ap to tha door of a far mbuuse near Win-,
cbaairr, eber. a lady waa standing looking st
the troop marching peat 'Madam, c-o't yes
toll a poor sober wber be km git a par ot old
hoe! fur fat so hungry for a tulle wrap ov
twody I sia'l got bo blanket aa' dunno wbar
I'm goisg to sJeep to la eight out ia Lbs nods
deatly ea ike wane. Tbat isferaal msintina
of bis heart aad brain, tb eotinscatioo bill, tm.
reived iu ternDorarv oaiata ia the Haau tk.
A Nsw Waiitwsan. We are reliably io- 10th isL Of the 18tk ef kfsreb lest it was
formed tbat two Ysokeea have receully csovaas- potfond till the second Taedy io December,
eio. Coeoty, ewsdiag . prWKa. or I rm
hitew-h. to lbs aegrom, whh thwy aasar! WaI3a rZZJ ' i 71. IZTS .
tkwm. after o.nig fur .i reooths, w,J chaeg. haBdled it aeeloved sad with atonaa rolled an
ikir (kiat wkite. Th praparalioa is pel up in ! Th forser said it wa lime lhl lha black rae of
a a a ... I M .? III.. . m a . '
nail box, sod tbsr toll Ibe negross that it iwwasiajisa ssauui as towered, sad ia stead the
will make wbito folk of
to diraelaaaa. A l.
, "T " " '7 psstoot UMBosth waa aa iaaalt to ibat peeph,
leers they have sold a large number to lha de- the wkite ran must ba ftksbitod is tkefal
iBded aegrosa of tbat assaty. Aa lageetom power N inherited from the foeadsrs sf the gov
invaatlon truly, foot 8emor ! U will
4 all who e it aceord.ng B
i worth a dollar, aad w .apto of tbemU wmaa iasaft Is tksS psseto
bar bo Bsgross to bewail.
Orfica-lt is at
kaowo that sseaey order osay ha proas red at
tb 8alibery Pest Ofsss; aeaee ws Stake th
nnouaceajteat tor lb
desire lo remit small se
Mr. Bdridga ta eooally eankaUs aad sam-
el is deauncialioo of tbe enormity of tbe meas
ure. Tne idea of ihe author of the bill, tbal
the live and property J the people of tba Sooth
of th victorious froVrn-
hadaooeoced a atrocious robber r
the asaia spnsir ef tbe bill which haioaar m ti,
bawalt ef taaae who may dS svag caeeTty it violated tbeCeaan
ss throaab the rnaiU.- l"Uo,i.' mmt t Ml ai stuiader aad aa mpo
say point desigaatsd, witb perfect safely.
other matter aha did net base ; bet I old
two years afterward, that aha had saver
able to decide what tkt msn atktd jar.
On Wednesday last, a while man nam
ll l If -yv-i -'
ed .Muiehal I oik, ot I niun county,
compauied by two negro men, brought
lo this market and sold four hogs under
rather suspicions cirenmstsnees. On bo
iug at rested, tbe negroes ststetl thst Polk
had employed them lo stesl snd assist iu
bntchenng the hogs. The heads of tbe
hogs were left behind to lire vent detao
tiou, but on examination a neighboi's
msik WW toTTTrd numi them.
te negroes were committed to Jail, and
will (mi returned to Union county for tri
anr western xnastavwe.
I I n i . .: L . J1J . -
It. nrocarioir ao order fmsa ike P. Sf ., ,KU V" JE.ST BT. v"s7-
I ol uia mma saiifiiriaa aaaatu 1. ,
pi.ee. money may ws seat laroegn tne mails to I concluded b. auoaalioe lo tha Ben
..a ....... . I -I- --T-w
ty to restore UM Irovernment and
iu pledge to save ibe Union.
tbe Mil wss postponed till lbs 21st JaaSarr
aaau Aad it n!l thee be postponed braver. '
The Comina ViWa Taa Nsw
Vork Herald says:
'We predict tbe culmination In No
In Sail. ho rv N. C. on Sundae lha Ail.
Mrs. Ehaabeth Buwbrosint Oott. wife ofCant Julius
T Colt, daughter of Jed. n I and Mrs. M. K dha
ver. ia tbe 26tb year of her ag.-
VI 1 .1 L . I . . ...
been more utterly bowed down tliao by tho death TT2SWH-?v P0"1'6' revolution
of this most tovefy cbtistUn woman. Surrounded 'WMcli we have already felt the first
hy everything which Can make this hie hsppy fhoclc. f rom all the symptoms that SHr-
tTrom'lbat of the Wfiite msn, and tb drf
terenee is not-d in- his io Mitb, ln,
Oil mild curv LMif 1 ut his bodk. IT-
in noti.iiie denotw -that be is tlie
Hiiml of thu Ann to baxon. and it wa.
never intenaea uy nature tuai ue suo.uo
be called upon to co-operate in a great
i.eeriiruont. or to be conaidered a tlie
marks did not apply to tbs mulatto, who
did evince intelligence when whits blood
eonrssd through bis veins, bit tbs Con
pro oego was never intended ss s man
and brother. Referring to ancient hieto
rt, Mr. Brooks sationed the Arabs, the
The teacher told him she had no objection to tbe
children attending chool, d was willing lo teach
tMsraaa tnflWWrwssa not piiw them assiiiiim
lo work suU exiadlud thro wluta etiiklrau Irom
Ithe sobowk -wrMaaliMie -hao tor la.ua. Otsoorsa i
this crested a'eat scaojai in the district. Slid in a
day or two the Llt chiMneo were expelled, and
the others reinsUfd by the fell Boerd of Director.
But Ihat was not th. olua of Ute school trouble, lor
the colored people gut their piopeily portion of
taioea s seperata obool since.
ZontmviOt (Ohio) Osmrisr,
In Eowsn county, ,8th
Wood. Mr. AWsander A.
Ll . . LL. 1 . r . i i
oiew won un tor. oi su wno anew ner and ap
parently about to realise the fondest wist tea of her
heart the wss suddenly laid -nitrate oo s bed of
siucnii anu sorrow irom wmvn sne sever rose to
this world. The pains but nol the tors of a moth
er were hers a sweet babe lingered with her but
S few short hours, to he borne thence by anpel
hand to a Heavenly home to await her eomnig.
8b waa spared to her family long enough to en
dear betself to rhepn, almost beyond expression by
tne vwr new traits ot 1 a loeetioea ol Character
round os it is aaar to foresee that the
violence and folly of Congress in' forcing
upon the country s petreyr entirely fbt-.
eign to oar liajtitnllons, and la conflict
wilh all our ideaa of freedom, fustic.,
and generosity, with the people upon ihe
Democratic and Conservative nominee
for the neat Presidency, and that he will
he elected by a lar-e maioritv. Tba
which seemed to be hourly developed io increasins Had teals mar hone to aava llimnuliw
heeety.Sa rt bwoBin avisea4ilwlh calling to their aid the great name of
WM .hout to atom She seaassd manna tbat daHasaal n.K. K- ir n..t -l
rotV T.rlf' .pr'ntii", ..A toii.- l T" r- w.a.ujr..en
Mint .iniiiiwoiiii 111 um iiiwsi ia an iiwee um 1 -r --v f tnowu
not' even slowing heraaif to --pray Hist she mijrht nation upon tha African
faint bone would
Chief Justice Gilpin, of Delaware, hawf"?0! 4ipp3Mf4pi frienas-rtwt st
e.n . daviaiTw. tri tl.a iut ak.r tfatrl hwt It ksss WS tee ptoto that aha- who waa to so
Dec, by Rev efai. A
PMasd Mas Aha A.
. . . . . . .1
tnaiarojay aaw .-wra
riven a decision to the effect that tire
Civil Ktghts bill, so far sail assume to
compel, regnlate or control the admis
ion of evidence in tbe courts of that
State, is iiioperstivs, unc institutional sod
void. At the same time he etp
the opinion." that the State -law- esd-ndtng
negrrtes as witnesses against while men
ougtt b. he rept'tdjuu. Jaidgo Wwleii
coucurrbd in oitihion wilh the Chief Jus
tico, but Judge Wales dissented.
Tb Re, Joas E. Dow will preach at Kraok
hS Ohwerk, Rowaa, mm tbs easssd Sate rd ay
and Sendsy is. J a aery. Members of the ces
g. agalioa aisaotstod to exiasd the notice'
Ue wiH ales reeeb at TbyaOra SS thwrVst
sot seen slowing herseil to pray tbat S. might nation upon tue African supremacy
be spared to the beaten.! who loved ber aa fondly, pjaiforin of the present Oongress ha will
saiKmigLalagrtissjassaj aatffBa defeated at the polls ss easily aa
my will rather bul thine be done." Dsyi and rt,..n ,.. ... .lha ..Ji.1.. i f lT
many a the "light of tbe eyes" must leave (hem
forever. The affecuon. of her parettst, the love of
her husband, tb obeitude of fnecda, the prayers
at the church, the eflort or ner ptiytMSB and
the grief ot the entire community, all all- ware io
rain her May ou earth waa to end, and her crown
wss awaiting tier ou high. Tears had passed since
she liso given nerseii loner tton ami proved by
Kata- .lr?iaU laaai stsssiiisili il h n Bar ant 1 n 1 1 ' - 1
Uoq of the sojemp and laodiug nature of. -the rows.
Uten uttered. And the Uoveoeot keeping Saviour
did not rail his et vanl in that trying hour bet aa
she paassu tnrough the dark valley he was with
bar tooomfeet and tosustaia. ModaeaS SkisSf 1 il
the sunlight which beamed on her from the Eternal
WOtHd fkV naf wfNIrtt WaAged its Auffatkl to
of Uw Kadeeeaed. Uatouy and
reeled oOthabosow of Hint who givU ka)B-
aleep. Tba tost worSs whtoh trmU
Skauea were asis aaaalw Iam'ssxaSw
"I'm ..Irm "
TVjea that steep w JeeSl slahyatfa, .axVsaBS
Chare or anv other candidal w.ml.l K.
The principles that agitate tbe country
st the present time are stronger than
men, and no personal populnri v can for
an instant blind lbs eyes of the people
to the importance of the issue. The re
construction policy to which the Radical
party promises to adhere is an atrocious
outrage spaa siellisad seeiety. ,t dev
-' al. , .1.1. . V a -a ' -a !a '
gmuew ine wnite race, ana ny giving
political power into tbe uncontrolled
possession or hundreds of thousands of
ignorant and debased negroes break
down all the safeguard of society, oblit
erates tue proirreas of half a centnrr.
red ansa tea Btaiasof lbs Union to a eon
dition or African barbs ism, and demor
alises the National Government. It ia
aipsinst their policy tbat the people will
record their votes, end it ia to save tks
country from these evil that lhay will
ver ha mar ba."
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