SO 1 fl Persons .making remittances for
1 U the Watchman should send $2.10
to pay for a 3 par 10 cts. to pay postage.
Sulh Carolina, Florida al Louisiana
have been for some wrecks and are yet,
, points of extraordinary interest to the
whole country. All eyes Lave been
turned to theniy to learn tbe progress
of the great struggle going on between
the people of bo?c Stale and tbe tools of
the trtant, oduiiuistraiion tlio people
striving for tu privilege of governing
tbemselve?, and 'tbe radical power exerted
to subjugate them to tho dominio.11 of tbe
radical parly. ; It ia a wonderful contest,
something new in American politics,
and uo Wonder tbe whole country lo'-k?
on in 1 almost. Li eathJeaa ' suspense. We
pulrjehed in or last tbe ttlegiams of the
. Daily- Pharhilc . Observer, showing the
progress of ihe great .struggle,.'--step . by
step, and we give in this paper also, Hie
daily reports as they come to band, be
lieving that no more condensed statement?
- would meet the wants of our readers. It
occupies much of our space, but we know
of pothing of greater interest to our
Ii is no unusial thing to hear peo
talkincr of a "naiuful siifpeutfe, more a
figure of speech, generally, than a reality.
t P, rant .has occasioned the
biggest "painful suspense" ever experi
enced bv tbe. American people ; at least
1 .1 . ... 1- . I tlnn' I. 1. t. i : 1' ' t ? .1
rm 01 wie ravenous pacts. o wuivu aoosui- um im.Ho yevupiee; 11 was agicu on
ble aronnd the dore of the Capitals, State aJLljands fthaV QenlUgerr IwiM do
i..;f fW!v vv .;' l.nl.Wun a n ?t.Ll,?S bwt to ji.ee thal-iMi violence is used
n7 - and permit no fioUiig There isaffing
t.ficate of charactered qualification, 1,011,,! IulhHcaV,s
signed by brindreds of tbe best men In that tbe solution of the difficulty will . be
tbs State! If the appointing power found among the immediate parties to the
1.1 1-.. .1.. .,.:... dispute. -t
H uutu lit V uu n u tlic I U4k iw it y v tv J
such application and make selection from j ' -
that-ouiet. unobtrusive class of men who TU Situation Unch a nged in Columbia.
1 1 '
Co LU Milt A, p.-c. TjiVititoalioii is
lav at lintnn antl fnrii uti LnntKt Hvincr
by honest labor, they would be far more perceptibly tiuchaugi'd. Tbe Democrat ic
Successful in obtaining t ffices whd'would ,,1nd 'Pblf tlanr Itap occupied
prove capable and honest in the perlor- rt iii. s . ' " - .
1 r JU. Dotn are workiu lo 8eure adVau-
l.i- . . k 1.. 1 .... 0 - . . v
mauce 01 puo;ic uunea. a laige prupor- tag,e. Ji he lJrmocrats ar cheerful, hut
lion nf lliaf wbrt inmufpat sn parr or Avitp I it id finv In ili,i-iivr lliir uminir 'Fik.
' o-- " j r ... ... .j. -
to obtain ( ffi:e are unworthy of it." They, I Kepublicans, nil colored enc-fpi. four, are
1. j t' ': "i:.;Y .... 'f nearly all stransrers and apprecialiiitr tbe
wn -uicc as a mwam ior ijointcai euiri . ... ... - , , , , ; '
" I limiitli Ulll I 1? u I It li. lit .it ........ I .!... a
. , . t 1 1 1 iiuiiui, 111 live ? iiwiw nut ecmai uto.
Vlf h mill liimiKlimnu In Jul ti 1 1 V liain:itirl I " - .
llie reward, and raise, or attempt to raise,
a fuss in tbe camp if it is not given them.
Tbe appointing power, with a proper re
The two most prominent Rennblicau
. t - -
mimliRr8 Knlli Pdlnrtwl unit Ifitm
ard for ttiu best interest of tbe people at I iltou, of Bi-aiuforf, have just detterted
heart, would 1 ej;ct every such applicant. Mackeyjs side of the House and have
If appointed, nine times out of ten be will wprn lu.Uy the Ueraoerat.c fepeaker
, , . , Wallace ; others are expected tins even
do the party more barm by maifea.-auce plK ..:n :.. ..:..
in office tbiiii-be could by bis factions Republicans straining every nerve to save
I.I t f IVI V
ineuiiMjves. 1 ntj democrats are now
opposition to it.
SOU Tn CAROLINA.
cheerful. N iuieilereuce yet.
COLDMIIIA. Dec. 2. A motion W:is
made to day in "the Supreme' Court in be-
half of -Wallace, Speaker of the Ilonse
Speaker of the
Democrats Encouraacd About the Fittia
monstrate With the Conspirators for mandamh on Maekey Speaker of the
nets are Not Ncetkd The Republicans liver the returns for G ivernor, in Mack
JJecoininq Disousttd and Joinimi the t!3' possession to W -llace as tbe legal
- 1 1. i r . . . . . .
Democrats - lhc Military Not to InUr Speaker ot the jegnl House ; also a mo-
jere. niim mr writ or warranto on lljyec
ait. - .,, r, . electors. Both cases to be' heard Mon
-uiAuiua, Jjec. z. i;eraocratS t mi.: .i ir .i
J J -
till d luorninp: consider the eilualion more
It seems certain that South
tolJ Wallace ho iutende'l to remove the
since that atlair at Bull ltun, 1.1 July, ""fe"'b- K lgeli M men with State constables
There will bo mm y clad man . ., ., Wallace said the House was the oulv
- . I :iiMki i rki'kii-iii u uitriiii mi- u iir..i iii. i
in this cnuntry; when Gen. Grant retires I ,.ca ,iw mii,llPv. tl,n ..v.v I I conservator of its own order, and could
,!.,. in-j Alw.nf mnnnnnn nPo. L, , ti.:.. "Ml b-gally be interfered with by co-
i .i , -i , b ' i , iy ;M k A i' . r -; i . tiUbktf, or any untrue torct. l tuc h an
pie Avoulddebght to farui-U .him a pad- of affairs has W brought about by ,he :i t wei.ul l(Io he would .t.ial wi.h
die and push bis boat off if he desired to actim, of Jit. and other more moder lIlePp6wer hiiJ r(llninilllli alld llo,
c . .ii icuueiB. x uc iutiowiug are uuuusuea I 11 . . it i
eo to-some-foreign country to -llavtt, . . 1 yield except to II mitd 5iat. s troops no
.... i -iii 1 l ,,.. f i:.
fnr maluiiKi. liH'thfl Kiliforlt IAIIcn.ltl. ii o n v I' viu im-i. .i ami a rti e .1 uui uacil III
w. ...O.....V.V,. , -r- IIULU1I IA. k". 1 . iVOV. .ill I . . . .. - . , "
OrvirhV. .! li bU crowd of net,.. WOttld Ms FpU; IT R firnnt Vn1,',nt, Cr.'W- 11 ltuSer Mackey the
- I " r . . I n n. J ' Democrats will be expelled, if he decline
v. M-j v.uj'imiv iui uiutin hi Itiu JIIW"
to do so they will remaiu.
Secial Dispatoli to the Observer.
Columbia, S. C, Dee. 2, 187G,
11:45 1 M
Tbe affairs at the Capitol, are about in
the same condition, as they have been for
the pact ' two days. Both Housed are
still in session, and are expected to re
create two proufound sensations - by their
j... :...- .!... J,i:i. i: ; c.A
, n i . ,. er House, sixty five in number met
a rich field for the play of their peculiar nuie.lv in the ball to dav. will, il,. i.
gei"U3- I Speaker in the chair. The Republicans.
He wants to annex Haytt for the nc- ntty-nine, also assembled there and plac
message but 'u l,K,r speaker on the dok. Geur lln-
' I .... i . i
1, i gei-piopoes to lane out ni t lie House
.t,i I... .tI 1 J III;
ct ; . , i , - I o""' "Jtrujuuio uuiy cit cieu, IIOIUIU Cer
Rlionld t?n withOiit them. I .:c r .1 o - . ....
---a , - 1 iiiicau'B iioiu toe ouureme t;.iurt. 1 in
m L .: j r n .... .1 1 - . .... 1 - -w" .w
ou8B ...oBoiejuageoi uie qnaliuea- ,uai all day Sunday. Hamilton and
VWV?. 1' jionso us members. We propose to Myers, two prominent colored men. have
mm-rnm n r ' M a m- n I ll'Jt'U lIlU niiaellHII Ii. Mm. Ilnl. I ' L I .
The ft. U. Uonfereuce Qf lue M. " Me. "ese ,(,mea the Uemoctats more acctssions
Clmrcl South, met at Greensboro on tbe remain uutd expelled by are expected.
j i j , , -force, but ve earuestly desire a peaceful The rule a-ainsl Mackev tl,. bo.u
29ll u t.. and adiourned 011 the iiirlit -l.,.; 'n.r.:.i :,i . r. . . 81 iUaLKtTi ogui"
w. ' o 1 cw.uuuii, me tj'-Kisianii e v.ui not inier
of the 5ih pistaut. The whole, number Here w ith the Presidential electoral vote
oi-muusier ana lay Uelegates was about " c at,ti u,i,J coiiswmuouai ieo-isiature
if w I Ii lit..
200. ; Bishop Kuvanaugh of Kentucky Peac?.aD,y "semblea tor the good oi
. . . I . . . . r . I otare.
presiaeu.' iuevarious luxercsts 01 tbe v,,.,nil.,f ti, it. .. ,
, - i. . f, . V try respectfully your obedt.,.serv,t
uuuutuiito iui:itcu t.wnui uuenijou. I V VDE IlAMPrnv
The. fiasinesi that e.laimed the inosf tfri I
-I l llIITVP.Tt x n II.... O
I .1 I t ' i . I ' -ll -
lionu tuo-iitior, was in pun tor meeting I
tbe heavy demands- of the 'Conference uu" " V '"ar' " C;
Colleges. It ws gratifying to', find that
vuiicgee. 11 wan graiwyiug 10 . unci mat " wn.ilai auu o
the support of tire ministers unoTthe other bi',el ;vuitd 0,1 ''y h ou, canvassing board. Thi
.. ". v. . . . , triends ; let them state that absolute peace sary for a quorum, bow ci
fmaudal interests of the church, proper, prevails here, and in the H...,e where illegal act to get one. Tt
I... ,7.1 l:.l..l- r ' I . I I 1 . . . .. t A . a
etrhrgeiy of the times. The "preachinj
speaker, to stiow cause why he should
1101 uenver me timt'Ut refurn.- lo srak--r
Wallace, -relating to ibe (iubernatoi ial
vote at the recent election which were
placed iu bis hand', u returnable Mon
'Ibe Senate transacted no business to
day. The Republicans seated ibeii ineiu
bers from Abbeville, alt bough the D.-in
ocrats have certificated from S-crelarv of
iiave the 1'iestdeiif, Secrelarv and oiate, having paseed Ibe scrutiny of th
board. I his b ame neces
could 1 hey do an
nrevailA liere. ami in th II I ilie?al act to i'el one I lin nrfiiiiii 1 ii. 1 1 -1
. - ri ... . I - .-v. " M 1 1 I o " r - f " I'"" . .j in
ii.iu-vccu.no fl iguiiT auecieu vy me ooiu ooaies are in session. If 'mri- ,.. Mmutv arcica .hi).
m I , - - x. 1 " 1 I id
I tt I feres it will be wiihniit a Bli,irl.w -.f T!n I)e hincmffi r inurit Iii.n-.fnl ....J
w.auflAll " " --" UII' .
of the gospel wks marked with fervent rXcuse llti ''P'l'c'is are express- expect a peacelul solution of ibis problem,
i(:',3 a;..aaIi ..l.n; 'rf... ing on ilie.lloor of ibe lIouseMheir dis- ' days. Ilia believed here that
r.w.. ...... ..w.v ... no 1 cucm- 1 ...... ,,.; I, 1 1... 1...: ,. I IJ.... I ...ill L. . : ...
11 i-i i r ' 1 !" , I o " ,c,,"ulonary prnceentngs uc" ivugci wm 1101 iineriere, except to
uie v.r.-"CfCHiii, 01 vasuvine, was lller of the r naitv and iii.,., H." nreaerve tl.M n, V.. .II,..,.! ' :.
UiosU feouspicuoijfi and distinguished of these points and let the country know anticipated. It has been discovered that
bed a very lue rtH' ,lnatiou. some colored Ui publican has been per
I lTT 1 . I
eloqueutand aff.'Ctinff discourse on Thuri. 'g"ea; J Oordox, donating one ot tho bogus members (this
j rt :'i mi i . . 11 'I - Winp H if dtav Iseems to h n duiihl. I.tiw li'ni c.
aay, vue uay oi luaimsgiving. , T ... ,. , , -T- ..0.. f ,,wm
- " e I I O Itll hi 14 ll III IT I 1.1. Oil n until (.l.nn .1... tt- 1 l in. WII Aiinii I r ... I .'...I. . Ul . . :
t- . . .1 . b . .. v. dv. u.rumkiirs IUB JIC- I " " v"'hvt, wintii uvir"Ui,M was
tous promisioff young meu were receiv. mU .,., :.. j....u j ...... ...... .j i.i i. .1
-- r iwwm puis in uuuoie jeaas. l lie "eaieu, uiiuouirii uie ueuaocraiic members
cH r 4-..1 . T.. A.T C nt .l. r t I II I . I - ' I
iu ma.. . . . 13. mac or iue rresiueui in conversation yesterday with from that county held certificates from
Wilmington District and F. C. RrShhin Kepresentative of the llcoubl irutn. rt I the board of canvassers, and the Si-int:irv
Esq.Viof U-xingt'U' delivered. Addresses at' ri"S lo t,,e u,enie,,t wade by Senator o( Slate. Tlfj seating of these two dele
the Centennial services' on Friday the f , an(l. X lde "amPt wjierein gati -us has excited great disgust,- and is
1,.; ,7 ; fiM - 1 , - "i uiey cuarge mat Uen Kuger had made regarded us the crowning act of filly, ot
wi. . i- ue rueccuca were ninrii mm. 1 ..u.o. i ii.. :.. ,... .1 . .1.:. 11
' , . : jiivugo. iu mem in recaru 10 me nou-iUf I lu'8 rump assemuiy.
plimcnted. ibe pupils-of Greensboro terfereuee -of the military with the meet- Lt night tbe liegroes enlivened tbe all
Female College gave, a delightful musical of !a-South Carolina legislature. u'gl session, by singing "Hold the Fori
entenammentrto tbe-membe'ra and wf-itrD wu,l-'r 'a 10 Keep, u iid he waj IO' uayet.," "Angelma, etc. aecomoaui.;d
I satisfied Gen Ruger bad done till llr I, I bv a bauioi. Thv Weill lln-iwurli lli.. u ......
i " -i .V- .1.' I till nor hn tiiAur I iu nu..o...l . II I. I .....f. . .... ..f... .1 .ii ...
ri ,1 . 1 .1, . . I r" " "clHr" wen, ue was l r'u"u,a11 aiier.eeaiiug u e AUDeviJle
I)n the lurit rlv if 1I1.1 ociDn d:j I ..-u u- . . ' ..lit . .. .. "
- . vooiii. jjiruim tauani no aier. 11 nurn tntiori iw. 1.1.. 1 fifiniraimn ,!.. . .,. i .
, - ! t 1 o -e "v.v. uMiioi duic r - 0..... n atiiinj -at atiiiciiiaieu 10-
xJeeftoi me coloreU branch of the South- watij and would scorn to do a mean act sorrow. A C. IUskell.
iHcuiuujBt. v;uuicii, was nuroaucfd to I ww.wotaiio. in iraru 10
the onfnce with' due respVct : after - c.,urSe l,,al ll,e I"is
whicJi V delivered .a, truly r chaste. , diS: I " X ,u
cieey aud most touching address. Dur- extent not warranted by tbe laws the
ing kis remai Ks nearly iue entire audience 1 resident aid the charge was not sus-
v ivertf 'tearf,' ..' 'Alt .lis 'che. he wsu pivenlll,ie tl,e facta- Tle commanding
,..!V l:...';i ..;.!i. ; j ... I omeers at all military nosu. nt 1 b a 1.
VF.HV"' ,vea t Were at all times insulted i np yu sus:
fiMerual greeting of a nuluT of the tain the legally constiti.ied l.
ministers. 'A collection wai taken un In i ind nro-rvi llm mo.m Wl 1
j - . .. . r " j"-v-.. if iicie me milt
aid biu- in the education of young colored ta,y Uld gone further it has been clearlv
. !i : llll , ! ,!! i t . I o lir u. .. 1 .. .
iilers: The whole I ei)j3 u'us' very ,lOWM to ba a couception of orders,
ressive;- All Uo oUefvi it, might ha teh promptly disavowed
l'i;; ,..J , , . g by supermrautbonty. In regard to inter
i m urui t-
..uj,.yrii, wuu uuxervcia ir. miguti 1... :
n i n i , . . I" po"ruuwniv. in legal
well UiLVi! n Heeled h.itv :. 1 r . - . -. o
, " uiuvii wetter ill lereimf m k w inna 11.... :
.. . i,, . . - ... -..vv......D1r,ci3 uui a single
woiuixiune ueeu or the eoJorwt jjeople, mstanea on record where the presence of
if they bad not butit up a political wall tl,e military had intimidated a siusle
between themselveli and their best friends
An uuusually, Urgii miiuber of miuiV
ers change ibtir homes this year.
The-1 people of Greens boro ga ve rb e
Coi frence a most geyerous eutertain
The next sessioji is to hu hefd in Salis
We have not jjetlearned Rev. Mr.
Crawfords' successor bj the church iu this
2 he Democrats Retire' in a Body.
Cat Tllllii 1 Ii:- I r 1
v ui.uuiuj.v, 'i.oon 1 hi fr iii
dual Houses being called to order. S lip L
er Wallace then aunonuced that1 as there
were one huudred special constables iu
tbe Stale House to eject the Democratic
members, aud as be feared such a move,
meut would b resisted and bloodshed
would ensue, he adjourned tbe legally
elected House to meet at Carolina Hall.
The Democrats in a bodv withd rnur tn
'aroliua 11 ill where they are iu secret
cession. i no Kepublicaus then went into
ccrei session in I he Bute mi M'i.
Itowu is full of people. Great excitement
rni'tiVu 1 I j
. . 'Miltou Clironiele,!
! . ,-! 1 ' - ..
IuHbis centennial vear of"
.... , i J . 'uiiuuai
f xistencp let us pray for the lime to come
vheiiTa coseval.ivelei:isIatuie will ex
iricate Itself fruui tbe auuoyance of beg
gars fdr 6f2ce bV LrSviiir their nnfL a
deaf ear arid selecliug mex for office' who
do not thrust themselves 011 the legisla
lure as buggar-wT it) scene has become
disirsting to the human iyow fromj (his
htandpoiut. lyet ihu ojUIcu 'nuuk out , the
IMAn.V- " ,: : j ' - ' ' f
rPl.of.tJ. tl.;. ...... t Jl! Lf..
nato' iue 11 UO; nay ui . UlfUcUblUg
j Jaccf , go. doubt f but how cin you
voter. Ou the contrarv it Imrl i
- - ii iiicoi -
ly shown that both io South Carolina aud
Louisiana the presence of ibe military
enabled all tbe colored people who wished
to do so, to voto iho Democratic ticket.
The President hag no doubt but what all
the questiuus growing ut 0 lretii.
deuttal contest will be peacefully adjusted;
that tlie counsels of the good and patriotic
m P bi aiur ttiu prt van,
WASHrxOTOX, D. C, Di c. 2 Upon re
ceipt of the dispatch from Senator Gordon
and Gen Hampton. Mr Lamar dmu;.H
to Secretary Fish, who informed him that
urueru iu iuat enect Had already beeu
JAgniK0T0X. Di. 5 'IM.a
- r - - - . .. IIUCI
Uaehington dispatch says: "Speaking-
... mo tnuiuet meeting yesterday, Mays i
is known safficiently-well that some of
,uc were iu lavor of ibe ejection
of the Democratic ruass meeting from th
b-gwlalne UI h. Colucjbia, by the
United States military power. The
Views of Secretary Fish became public
two years agowhen the "military inter
b-rred in tbe organization of the Louisiana
legislature. Has not changed bis views
suice 1 then and pecessarily opposes ac-
.c .euerai interference now. Mr. Fisl
p-et 1 . 1 . V Aur c 8" nQ vote is Drd"i
S 1 1 U UOt ' wubi-.tt iu the suitable the appeal
-.r .. - ' i
Meeting of Congress-New Senators
otcorn insetting Ready for Work.
r . '
oAsm.NGTON, Lec. 4Tho Senate
met at uoon. jsir. I3Ruue of Maine, Messrs
Chaffer and Teller the Seuators from Col
orauti. flnrl Ti-ii-u il.. ...... o . ,
r Vf " " ucw -oeuaior rroui
West V ugiuia, vice CarpentlV deceased
were sworn in. The new Senators from'
Colorado drew for their respective terms
when Mr. Chaffer secured the, long term
ending March 4th, 1870, aud Mr. Teller
the short term ending March 4tb, 1877
Committees were appointed to notify the
1 resident and House of Representative
that the feeiute was ready; for business,
and at 12:20 a recess for f bf an houJ
was taken. The Republican caucus of
the House iioraiuatd Garfield. The
caucus of the Senate discu-sed the eitua
ttou, but deferred actioimntil tuellectoral
rote of South Carolina, Florida a id Lo.,
isiana were decided. . , ; , 1
The House Wan ill1 1 1 ; n
clerk Adams.. A motion, i. mJj.u,.
elect a Speaker: Raiib
. . . -'-icv iiuui kue
deC,,on 0f clerk ibe Speaker shouldi be
elected betm new memberg were sworn.
- , Fiu8ieaajug ou me motion to
S. : CONGRESS.
Oraanization of tha'Twa ITiiaapn-Hut
I Same Old Coicar'dlif, Sickeitivg Radical
sj ira intimiauhiTn-8ctch from
I Speaker Elect Jut n dill -iJelegu tes From
j Colorado Objected toConuHiikesAp
i pointed to go JSouth. ,
I Washington, Dec 4 Senate Af
ter the usual formalities, Edmunds offered
a resolution which was laid 011 the
fable .aTid'eidered to be "printedVpetting
fiAVM iaaax8,Tb f JooMiunioB - provides for
the niethuil of electing Kenresentatives to dn-
gie and recites who are entitled to vote for
such Representatives and whereas it is alleged
that in the States o( South Carolina, Citor'14,
Alahatn.t, Louisiana and Mississippi, the right
6l many such persons wern denied and abridg
ed diirinjr the l ite election, Therefore,
Resolvtd. Iliat the t'ommitlpe on nrivilpfrpa
and Kleeiionx be authorized to enquire wheth
er Mich riirlus were denied ami nhridopd an. I if
so to what extent, ami who have been affected
by suelrdesnial und abridgment; and by whom
such ubriJuieilt has been carried on nn t li -tt
said committee iiiijiiire into the fact' whether
any i're.itienuai eleetora 111 the late election
Were disqualified and . whether any of them
have been inlerferred with in their rit'lit iul
qualilientioiV, and whether ihera is. any con-
slilutionul rerneity tlierefor. That said com
mittee employ chrks and stenor.i pliers, and
be empowered to take testimony and adminis
ter oallis. Adiourned.
Jl0lTSK. The members of this bodv
met and answered to roll. The election
of a Speaker pn-cede.d all other busiiiefs.
Ifcitiid.ill add rested the House thanking
the members for the honor conferred, and
calling their attention to the fact that lie
was elected to l he post on account of the
death of speaker Kerr, to whom ho paid
l high eulogy, tor the puniyof his public
and private life. None appreciated more
than he (lUudall) did the t-reat honor of
Geiiiir called iinou lo ore hie over tin- d...
1 1 -
liberalioiis ot I lie Itepresenlatives of lle
American peonte, and in the discharge of
liis dalles he should endeavor to be ab-o-lutelv
fair and iiufiaiti.il nnH uhili. n..-
holding all th-rules ot the Hons- be
should protect each and every nu mber iu
his individual lights. The House mauds
now in the presence of events which in
tbu last degree demand the most caivful
cnusideraiioii of every officer of the gov
ernment, lie expressed the hpe that
the' representatives-tf the people would
act only uh a keen sense of right so us
lo carry, out the just expectati mTs of ibe
people and lo enforce the iij;hl.
I Tho credentials ot C W U nts.of South
Carolina, were, presented Mr Morrison
objecied. They were laid over, iiinks
pVeseuted tlie credentials of Jas H B -lford
o Colorado. Springer ohjedeal and mov
ed that the certilicat be 11 ferred to the
Committee on Judiciary with instructions
Pi ascertain and report if Colo ado is a
Stale of the Utiii n, aud whether ihe pur
sou presenting the credentials was elected
a nieniberot the House. Banks add re., d
4 he lloue iu favor of ihe admission d
Belf-ud. Credentials referred to the Ju
The Committees to 20 to South Caro
lina, Floiida and LuiUiar.n, were ordered,
(i to Floiida, 9 to South Carolina and 12
to Louisiana. The Coiuini'tee lo Smnh
Carolina consists f S.ih-r .if (llii.i
Abl()it of M-Hsaehnsetls SiiiMmr (,f
lViinsvItanii, Kd.,11 ,,f Hiinoi, Junes of
Ky, Pinilips nt Missou.i, Bmks of Mass,
Lawrence oi Ohio, Lipham, of New Ymk
Cabinet uieeiing. A message from
linger win tead reporting the withdrawal
of the Democrats from the S ate House.
Tb message and reports of Secretary
tousiUeretJ. Ihe credentials of Butti
froiu Sotiili Carolina were referted to
Coui.uitlee on lIeclions, under protest
filed by Counsel from rontesiatrs.
CtllX'MlUA, Dc.1 -Tiie Dnnoerats
have l. ft the hull of Uepresentatives and
asoeiiibied iu Caroli.ia Hall in prevent a
row hud keep the law on their fcide.
'h iiuln i l ii.i had one hundred conslabu
ItTy n the Hill to force Wallace' from
l he Cbair; backed by troops as soon as
ibe tow would commence. Amonr ihr
couslkbulary are jdxtv .negroes that got
up the row in Charleston. J. F. HoKE
,t 1 : J 1 ..
i tect um u iu ueiier ucuuiiiuiift.se
with" Jiueign, nations. Alluding -to tbe
rennet ion in tbe allowances tor diplomatic
fscifpe tlie'conclusioii that 111 some i ttixhr
Cs the jwithholdjtig of appropiTaii jis wilr
prove an expensive economy, and that til
small leireuchmenl secured by- a -change
of rr ide in certain dinloiii.itic nosts is not
an adequate consideration for the loss of
.. n 1 1 1 1
Jiuovuce auu importance, which win at-
iemlur fori i '11 representations under
this reduction. He reserves fur nimlher
with Great Ii.i aiu regarding the. tHradi ,i
Mrt.l f.....f.. 4 r
Thu Bill. imp 'tintl.1u - ti.i 1 J
- '"j- nnuuit ii mo XVIO
Grande is under consideration between
the United Slates and Mexico. Thf
President asks legislation, which f tay m
. 1 .1 ' 1 . . I
proviue ior mo payments oi the - awardf lj
oi tiie Mexican claims commission. Hi-
recommend lexislalioii to prevent fratidu
lent iiuiuraliztiion, aud on the subject of
expatriation and elc ion of nationality in
tbe interest of emigrants. He suggests a
now tribunal lor the settlement of claims
of aliens against the United States. Other
governments are iu advance of us in this
respect. 1 he fredi-nt slates the provis-
ions of act of Oongress for admiiti;i' Cob
4 .1... IT..: ... it
"'"' in.u me union ire issueu a pro
clamation to that eff-ct. Additional ap-
propnalioiis f..r Uie army are asked. Hi
says the improvement of tbe South as
ot the Mississippi luver under James B
11 1 1 .
r.aus ami n is associates is progreesing
favorably. The navy is iu a condition
as etTi c.ive as possible within Ibe means
and authority yiveu the depai t meut. .
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The Freebooters as teas Expected Hare
U cer ridden all Law and Justice -
lluycs Counted in of Course:
X i.ti. .. . .. . . . TV . I . i i ,
ui;Lr.A.s, iw. o 1 lie declar
ation ol returning board ives the lowi at
Hayes elector 3,437 majority, the highest
4 067 majority. It is understood that
bey give the entire IMate ticket 3 f)00
iu .jority and a good m gority in the Leg.
Prvbably for Tildcn.
At half past eleven o'clock last nigl-t
I. .. t .11 . . : . l . . . '
iue loiiovTing u ieratn was received in
our press dispatches :
Washington, Dec. 5 A report from
KM.llI.t . ll...l ll.nl ....... I. .1 I . f
' niiii. nidi on- n.iu iieen cast ior
I ilden. causes intense excitement.' With.
ing yet from Floiida, South Carolina oi I AlTFlOKlZKr CAPITAL,
Louisiana throu gh ipcrI;,r nl. ..,....!. A1- MAV 5.
Better wait a little while.
I he operator waited for some time af
terwards but received no additional news.
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R. V. ES3T, Secretary.
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THE; PfiESIDKXT'S MESSKiE.
-tie Discusses Various Topics
put maxes no mention of
1 the Present Political
HE WAKTS SANTO DOMINGO A3T-
NliXSD FOE THE C0L0ED
Elclcie From Their Oppres
sor in Ihe South.
HE IS TO RETIRE TU PRIVATE LIFE.
Washington, D. C Dec. 5.
Tiie ''President commenced with reran
itulatio of eveuu 4u4 hi official acts of
the pat 8 year, llcsaja mid take have
been wade as all can aee, and 1 admit,
but it aeeiu to m oi'teuer in selecliona
made of assistants aijxiiuted to aid in
carrying out the various dut.iea of admin
istering the government in nearly every
case selected without a persoual acqaain
tancH with 'the appointee, but upon re.
commendation ut' repn-m-utati w ehosen
directly by the people, h i impossible
whtm so many trust ure to be allotted
that right parties should be chosen iu
every instance. History show that no
administration from the time of Washing
ton tu ihe present has been Iree from these
mistake, but I leave comparison to his
tory, claiming only that 1 have acted in
every instance from a conscientious desire
to do what in risrht ami
withm the law, for the verv bent intrpat
of the whole people. Failure have h-.,
error df judgment, not of intent. The
message says taxea have been redne
within the last seven veara S300 000 onn
. - - -1
ana tue; national debt has been reduced
in the Bauie lime over 8435.000 000 h
subdtitutiug bond The aunual inter
ests on ihe debt ha been reduced S30.-
000,000 per annum. The balaucn of trade
has been chausred from a htmdrod nA
thirty millions airaiust us to S20 000 nnn
in oor favor1. He believe the balance of
trade will continue in mr favnr a..A
, - - --
pledges Congress t0 resume specie Dav
The policy adoDtfcd InwarrU flm T...
'diana ha been humaue and has bubstan-
uuainiiie in me wnoie Jand
except in tiie Black' 11 ill knd approaches
thereto J . -:"..,
The relations with
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tinues friendlv. Th icnii..it.t ..i.tk:
I ttou just ended U alluded lo as promoter
The Jacobins and Conspirators Still go
on in their Infamous Work Hampton
Intends to be Governor Writs Issued
by the Supreme Court.
Columbia, S C, Dec. 5
The Stale C-ouMabir replaced troon
at the State lluue. A I.irge number of
special sergeants at arms were placed at
the door ot tin: benate aud House. The
troops are still retained iu the State House
lor the purpose ot protecting the Gover
nor. A sentinel faces from Chamber
Iain door. I he Senate and IIouar
jomt session canvassed the vote. Edge
nelil and J,iureii3 thrown out. The
Democratic Senator reiired. Chamber
lai ii Wa declared elected bv three thou
sand foryfour votes adjourned. It is
expected Lhamljeiiiii will h ii.an..r..f ...1
a-v imiti i UbVU
to-moriow. Tho Ilatrmtiu II onsi! 14 in
, - . ...
session to,day, action unimportant ex
cept that tliey trained two more inemLpra
from the Mackey House, makitij: their
l i .... "
mrmoersinp holding certificates of the
board of State canvassers. 70 inelndinr
the Kdgefield and Liu reus delegation
who Iiol.l cerlihcates of the Sunreme
Court. Ilauipton suoke this evenincr Am
clariug that he iutended lo be Governor
in the supreme Court argument wa
heatd in application for mandamus com
pelling the Secretary of State to deliver
the returns to speaker Wallace and the
papers were taken under advisement.
The argumeut on the quo warranto pro
ceedings requiring the Hayes electors to
show by what authority tbey exercise
wie functus omct will be heard' in the
morning. The electors meet to-morrow.
LOUISIANA AND VERMONT.
The functions of a Radical Beturufoff
Board in Vermont are only ministerial.
I u Louisiana the functious of a Radical
Returning: Board are judicial. ' Judicial
functions exercised in Vermout would gire
Mr. Tildeu the one vote needed to elect
him. Ministerial func lions, in Inn!aian
would give him seven votes and elect him.
Radical notions of right and wrong are
flexible, and change to suit the circum
stances of the case. But the food old
rnle, 4tbat they should take who hare the
powtrand those should keep ho can "
is adhered to under all ciau ns aaces. '
1 M '
H.STS (H (
10.104 1J '
The Oily Tongucd Chabrrluin Attempt
t. T.-tS t, ... ). nun iuniIII'.C UUM..Oini)
" JJ WJtufwnary Measures 7aiio "i. ' lir' Ji"-' iui
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Why lAinvir Would not Visit limes
The Tribune on South Carolina Con,
grcss ionxl Proceedings.
lik I ribuiie. Ill anva tl... ir..;...j
Males troop at Columbia have assumed
no duiif unless prop.;iy cilied ii,..u t
do !.o. lit- call, d uo .n Col. Bi ick for
suflieieiit f.oce on tin- U7;!i to protect the
SlUo House. He did ibis, he say upon
evidence ot a ui:lur.-i plan in take us
it s-ion of tin, lial.'sof the L- gisl.iturtr U(
policy in i ha or
ganu ittou ot tlir two house. Col H),.t
a he was bound to d.f Cliauibei lain con-
linuT-, tiri.'ntd a company of soldiers to
guam me otatc it.,use. He, Chamber
lain detailed on the Tth a State officer to
take charge ot the admissions. Ti.ia of
ficer's order were enforced by military
omeers on duty. tJliaiuberlain proceeds
at gu at lengiii m jusnhcation of hi own
aciou uhich he claims, the military prop
erjy s .pponed.
ties, which will more rnlly appear rr.).:i st:
I nit ri I c.i.. 1... i . . . . .
" -i- iM.iutis. i.-narsei vaiih ).
. ('. Itall Koa'J lioiitls unarki t val-ii ',
Mortirafs on kmi it in vv..-n. -....n..'. -i . n ...
.. !.' I nn 1:1 ml I Ii . ..1- ... I ... . . . '
' ... ..i l.i .1 i;x ijjfr 'ai.s,
in arcor.Uii.'o witii the a;t:i;ij -. c
said Oomnanv mtti t!iK ,) v
- Given under aij hu.ua and scui nf ortk-e.
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.'.vMr.i'ii'-, I Iientiy approve tbe Krpotm
'M. n. Kmwkhtox, secretary of Sua.-
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It u under the control an I maiiasueot ..t i, iitve 'oWVt?ah.n: ia-
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It wm keep your oiooe at hoiWe. a -r
Juno i V- Ki;IiHWt ASsy:mWd in every part of th state. A-Mress t -
juuo i, 18.6. sin Ii. HKST, Secretary, KaklBB, S.,-
A. MfKPnY, Local Afrent, Salisbury, N C " ' '
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ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
-ess, . JOHN CAYT0N,
CortH-r .Vo.-'v.n and l:Junt strj-ets,
y Qlaleifjh, Ay"
Uottb Carolina glabic (tonntir.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
WlljteY A. CtfeMEXT.
Assignee of P. IL Martin, pTif. Summons
BEKf AMIS XtcsBEix, . for Relief.
SALISBURY, 3 C.
Janiiarv 2 l7i -tt.
TT appearing to the s;Uisf;iction of the Conrt
- thai- ! .. 1..,... l iv i-
T iiiwiu iiaim-ii lejenti rs arc non-
residcnta.of thia. State ; n.;i..i
. - . v i ' . . f l ' , liut
tnc defend ta. Beniamin Rnssr ll ami PurtUr
R.i Alger be notified bv lniblication in the
vKronna watchman " lor six successive
weeks, to bo and appear at a Court to be
held for the County of Davie, at the 'Court-'
House in Mocksvilie. on the. 2il r.initu.i.4'.
ter the 3d 3Iondav in Marrh. 1S77 ,..i ....
swer tin com plaint whiqh will be tiled a it h-
L aVl. IS 1 T1 ,. . ,
n mu urst mrt'o uajs oi satil term, and if.
they; fail, to answer durino; the tcrnthat
plaiotiff will apply for the relief demanded
in the complaint . Defenrfnta .,i.v
tinea that a warrant
a "nJ aSaint their property and effects
and will be returnable at the same time and
Given under my hand and. seal of office
ws the 5th Nojember; 187Q.
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Sept. 21, 1876.
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