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f h alrc-alatiua ef th gwriaai, inalis U (
th moil dcaliable bkUUku "t sdi.rliting in Ik
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as follows for inantisa la th aaakly i ,
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VOL. 1;
RAIiEIGIIr Si.T0IlDAYf BIAUCII 24, 18CG.
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.r'6iir fi miiim a ' u)jia; iia'l!)H made
siilli KHitly olais ,,e "" 1 r "" We" have
seen iu good M to c'limjenur opinion.
One f rw payers of this Mute, Julian for
,t).e lnA ,,f xmiHli .,''- 1 talk sil'iut, i--r
' ami anon recur It "'" t. nd r.Spoftt .thai.
BltiM'ka titaon f!'"'"'lo i tht Httv.bccans
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(l e llit tnfW't, tlit lut- 'rutuUuit (tail tli-ar-
yio wit toaiti nm niKe 11. im'y uve re-
iWC wluwiilta dalliitJurt, tfme'aml
v.apdn, tUal tb Pniil iit roiisidrrwl It JWflijo
lli Ibe jcj)l,li"iil'l i'1't niiW ftuoh iucu, anil
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'"2 ' ifiildntr.f t uhe ri-aium" flint llti-j roiiM ot
i tike Hie (wtk" 1 lii m (lirm-b jirvwii4
lie Ffiift' Ihii
" lliat it latin;! It ii
li Jiot beeajBeficatJ!.!,
1 xiniulr ilUke, aiui Vi-t it
r "! fotliiwinsr a-y the'tcirffatha- Iroirt ,mf ihM
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"Jiiii. , unit'
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( tWj 'IW tJ Jouitfttti-orl
itiint ii' tt-H- l.lfftirtnrv. T m int (lno! to
li.i.ik ij!eiiio!r ot pnrdom .minlit liave a
aiilutir.f'Ifii't." "I fialt o a caudiilnlr ivr .llie
1 m-niiii-.'ii of fnurUI lie ilJiuUU. ,. . ,, .
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ARUisywN. I). C.,.K. S, IS
Jv. .IiiiiKi, Irov. 0 'V., nillttlitnrilW), Oa'.;.,
J' VoiiVill oritinw1iat'rfinal
rmut M Upnrfih until mKeved a4 ymir ane
"' i-wir r-n"tit'.l liy tln- llovirniunt. At
, jimDjnt, as ProvlftiiMial liovwapr. I wouM .dmit
(('riilV-ltciiiifjjL!?'t',,n ni,'i'il,'"r '.of Vv'
t;rUyt. - , . - i
If I nmlvrriaiM fmr tt--( itl.li, nmvi of Hip
iifinlior rl.ft ti CintifW-; 1'nim tti'i-f-i i nm
tnke ti( (ithr o'Sc m Hiw tim' Wiuu
itUvisrtittuaf.tiHilr rntl atiitBif M.tfl loyally and
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-.n ainl I 'nitiiiin I ri'irrcl to Iwnr thit von
ar-i f t -t-teiwiiewina 'wnf tnr VTwa ol M-ur
lA-i.ll'ire. and hope that yml will pintle out
nnlii. V"H w ill acfrpt thn aiiriiliaiix) of the
(J.ivfrrmirnt for the l"Vl and rltii'ivnt iu:mnr,
in Whii Ii mi bare ilwharteil your duly ax
- IYovuiWiikI tloviTn.ir.' 1 , .. . -
. 1 .. ' i Pn-iiidi-iit !if Hi Huile.1 Hfatea.,
.Now mark the laiiRuaieof (he Prexideat t
" "At pnnt, rrtrtiA'iuil GoTriiir, I wa14
ion-r iMi ( rtihVaf of tertioir tir nit-nilwr f
' t'onr I'u-tt"' The rmimM-liuii in wli'u h tliij
elmiifl Maud, 'bn that H Aim no f.fi(in
1 almlfverto the fait that the niiinlK-rn 1011UI
not hke'heeinrb. ' " ' "
'- The in t L uli iu v or tin- Prra..1ent'e telcgra
i n l'. r 41n-et!y W that tiui. Mow we what the
1 Pre-Odeai 'Ilea ailttie me of their rv
l:iln f J4iillj il imliHrtUn in rejrnrd
-tinHnabUi'y uad.t Hip tnw' anj. tb xoikiULUr
lion," i iuu tbia it 4 plain, that the Primiilenl
'"'thnnt romridrp-llml a man ability- to lake
Ihe'tP"! oalir fljten'bia-real alattia a'a t loy j t'wj tt oath Iuih iM i-n dirlan d by the Siiivuie
,Jv "J - - '"' "! T"t"of tin- t'liittd ftut'isaad that the d.in-5-
t " ' ' 1 .i.iit ... i.1 . . ,v 1 .. . .
We bme u vi-r doubted, Hint the Pn-si.li'nt
nonlil limeVtiferrnT; lf'Jt"ire p.im.lble'.'tlie
!ti-tion wi'ii-na in - ll" iinli -ho roidd taku'
thatVnth lb', as B evny tnio frieml of
the li.iia,.NiilU "d t:'l'ib. ft-My pn-lerred
tbarMuup'dini'nt wluiteverili.ml'l have .Uien (
prejtfitt.Hl ro the iIuumuii of Southt-tit .mom- i
ben 1 ?-i'-H' it ff''l l'tt '" miiitilum oj' ,
t,'.e CuiHi.f rtuilil U 0'i-W vitkT Vedeny 1
itsjiiaith ubility or1 il'ility. So fur aa. (lie
1'iTMiWot i HMirt'rn.'d, tins vould n..t be a bar
rier. W hi n he iii..triii-ld tlov.- Jotineoa. not to
giv eerlili' atinr av fivrhfuuil. (It'tiriivr, be
meant to t-ii.Irr mwb an iuformulily uiinorcwa
ry,bj all'wi"'," the (loternor electeil by thepeo
pletotiike hi-. 'iit, Imto rertifli'ato alone
eoilld lave lu"t the la i partu'iilur. Tlw
pewniaii'n d a O'rtirtmle ol .leilion fnun a
PluvKloibit Hoveiwr. niiU have lan-n. pleatl
t ciiiiv lii 1 1:1 1 of their admiiuiou. ,, .- - , ,:
In tliit Si it'-. Hoiiie " ' nnd p t-oti 11m
e&etmliuuU aumoii t ke'-jl H kl tauior upon
tlii point, an.l eajiM'iailV anainsl Mr. l.raliam
ami Mr. Tin n r. nlthoiiu'h we bare-im-t And re
filll l..ir ol.ii-.-11'MH n u.-ileillv, The Te t
that pcnli'-'i'i -t- weiv ui.ti'luiu-4 did - wt.
alTi't tin in iif -oilier M"fi, an I ia not
air rot io their 1):; i'iii(i:ii'mpnl. In oilier:.;
Ktate uiMiar.biul'd men wereillidid;itt',..-erv r
r irdn'W, tii j .i.T .1 ..Tr'i'ie rn-tt m n -1
natural ! '"n' r ' 1 " tr' ''
. Ei'viiiil!f (''.!" l.i.i" d ol 1 Ii.iU. nit miri :
lllirelliiM tluit t''' v " 't l"1 d lll'-il l hut '
- ' ' till) a t in .f tine I m 'I li 'I th 't tlirr an n'if
r .'Mevntsl to tlie I uo-n i.;e.r. this ( oiwiiiuiiuii j
"Thriinn 1 1 14 ' ' t '' l'flv' ""t wte"T
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1 arolma lu e"i"
of our ',i..,! j ii'i 'i
en, a.id no wi 11 Hi
i inure ft.Hv the coiifulcii:-i
, us a !-. il .and li ua c"i
led -for Vie p(..-.'.!!i, of l'
B. SenaUu' situ-, w ho i-ouid Uit, the t"-t itli f
IVby tt. 0"t tboe whtf are m cl.miMwi for
BienaWican take the oath, bniu; lorward men
who foul I tke it t Whi brin r foraurd Mr.
'Twl, bn eoutd not take it t -, :.
Affcu, Ihtre i irniih and s. .iit 3lr. Tur. (
aor. ; Why tlil not lilt ojJiioieiit triug ftit
wan WI10 could tHkn the mtti I la Hwre a Wn
Li the 4tb Diolru-t -win out inks h, , tUr tlia
jxi'lilu would trust t fulil . tkM coinplainun
taa liring furwanl uuo ho pan tin it mtn of
tln tiglil Htnuiji, wilt unit tli jxplej anil
suit tlie I'Nuiileiit ami unit tlio ronrwM, thty
iiliould 1m their mmitli. But no fur as th
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rfiniir..Vi Tti Tins !lin? ru chuvuiihhi,
,iMU,or j, Wvpocriliua). Im ia ITan, Effl., bad
tine Ui L'nina record, at 4 I'nirm man -during
tit war, aad aa a ivcnuatractianist, aod yet tby
were anxinns to difuut Y"n becauac le dut sot
j'p,,, OTrttt;, patronage t.tGrfr. HMtlen 7 No
mnl'r of Congress in the StnU )iaa a better
l'n ion record than Ma- flunr, and yet be ttiiea
not fl that h(uld tuke the oatli, wjlh hi un
Mmtnndiiiiji pf . . Thtt truth Ja, tln laraor in
thin Ht ali,i all uA. W Lav iu kli-a, that the
ieAi)t Nurth Carolina could wi-f, wwe they
tu try till dimmadity cli.-t an rutin: ilelejiiitioo
f iT)tliHi ,nprraeiitativi who could taka
tliatt.t'tli.'r-i -r -
.... Tl (jroiit lnHlj of the American people,
-tlHijffc"low -nuutHitnpii in rraeliinproni'-lMKmiij
arldoiifvrr U n)k!iiiJ ultimate Jud(?niBiil.
f ltl"n tif Wrt US fllHmHirtaot ataliona ta the
ThVie'fr am-thpr lat-t muhIW wgnifoZnC '1 he
clmrgra of dialayalty agamot the Montbern peo
j.le; we have nbacrTed, 'prtx-eeit entirely front
three onrrt-a: First, fron.Nirther men ltoa
fnftrcoiinw with. Soothn people hu fieca al
most rntjn'lyi(iuofloe4 U . bitaiueNa, apucuWoM
and trader, or wboae oflii-iaf ponltiom are un-fnvorahlt-
to arriviiig ai aa impartinl judgment.'
rV-ofndly, frmn Houthemeri who hava little
Brim iilr, and who with tojuJ(f the hupi-msion
that they, themaelvea, are Onperlatiroly loyal. JL
Thirdly, front Solitheracrif who bave been Ti
appointed,in thisir aiutt-mera politician, wU
nro tittlr tr kit Wmwi, ao ihtj) uloi ZJr - -
' It will I rwolle fed, that the Ohm&i, eome
time , jliti'd over tha, twlimony ot J. 1.
"3iihnini, IhIb frvttifi)naf OnemorofUenrglaj
in Which hit jy-prew-ntmi the people of that Mate
-luir
I tl nVv- We iuie t!i..r Mn a
f-aujie lor L flV. Perry, whoee loyalty and
lnti-i;rity no one ran call in qnenlimi, endomd
tlie loyalty i;'"'ik Caroliua., At one time
niv. Johnwiu tiulors.fl tlio loyalty of Georgia,
an Uov. IlokU-n did the loyally of Nortb Caro
lii. " Why in it, that the loyalty of -tlie people
of theae fwo fttntca bnot.now endoreed Iqr
them I Gov, Johnmin, of (Joorgia, and Oot.
Ilohlen,' of North Carolina, an fur aa we now
know, are the only two men who have occupied
prominent por.it ion in tbe work of reeonetruo
tion who do not now endonw the loyalty of
their people." Why hi UT ' O iv; hnon wit
1 a riiiididate for . the If. S. - rV-iiat, mi"M.
(iov. Ilolilin wn a rarulidnte for civil llovern
ofaadniii. In fW the reawin i . ,
; Deciaion of tl Snpremt Court,;
-.ill is eurn-nfly ruinorwl, in the latent paper
rMsivMl liy mat), that the UnowiHliluti.aialitT of
j J-i nil. mnm 'rr iiiiit-.ijuj Hlirt1UIH-rl IOIIK- JlfO
jr. tin, r uilvu-ea- from Wttxliimrtoii, ! wane
time pflKt, have k-d us vry vtrotifly tohoj th.it
am h would lie t he dw -iaion of the Court, despite
.the a.'rimiiuiaiiuippoi1o of-, the Attorney
IJeneriil. If the rumor jirovai be true, one
would upiMixe that the greak-Kt. t.anie.r t the
ailminMon of the Hoiithern niemlier to their
aoiita in Conjireaa) wotlid 1 removed ; but tbe f
radical; "revolutionary .bo.lv, who framed' the j
,tet, are dnily onactin'j Ling ami ntwniuing iiow I-
cn'jiist a uticnnaiitutional.
Ui that the de-'l
ci.'ion of th rluprvnic Court, however legal
and just, will ha.e but little eflj-ct 'ttitli thi
fartinq and arbitrary clique. . -i
Council of Stitat- , -
rioternor Wohth I an vtinnioned the Council
of 8tat to meet ia tils cltv, an Bnliirdny, the
( 1'lth day of April next. The following gentl-
iiu.n conntitnte the Council:
fIr, Vi 111. A. Wntolir, Prcaidvnt, New Hanover.
!' . . ihnm J. Y.tk, Hertford,--I
" . .Wii. F.ATojf, Jn., v Warren,
.... " J)asL. L 1i-i4k,i., Sii,, . Rrnnawi.-k,
II. A. T.e'.f, ' Pumytbe,
T-" ii. vim J. I out kb, Wukes
'j' 'II T flM.tlT.lK',- -' ' Ill-dell.
TIie Now Vi.rk .', jg 'lut -arliel.'.wbi h
we i,Hi- in iim.th'T r.''i'iiiii, tnl."i t h p. lul
view .if. tin- puliii.-.'tl xitiintiiiii. " Thi re i
an 1 it jr 1 x pn-.ifms 1 1 l'n-drill It . wMih rn-M
lmi-e lie. 11 w-il ntnitie.1-, but the
wlanlt-1 g"."'l and .cbf-ring
tenor of the i
t 1
"-ti-oi.n rirTisi tit New li ink -n Hi
lllh ,
At j
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Xi.t. roj-T'.. ('oifs-O. and Nsvul r.torcs dull.'l
t
Tuic Asm-.vn.i.a .Y
es v tuat t: rt l
luia rs-eiiil)- receiveil several vabiabld. aeci-si'ina-of
ciii.-ua Among the auuilier it fii.-u-tion
( ol. W . M. Cocke, ant ex mender of Con
giesa friHH last T'Pn--sss.
". A crp of flue j-.-a I-i.in'l cotton, T:ifd in
tie (luiAeU I.i.luJ I. ICaillL.l HoDoUlu. '
- ' It will be , by rriurriii to Uie prorecdiiiga
of Curta, on our first page, that the receut
lutterof iiox. Oraham, cxpoaittg tba courae of
the "Central Pirectory" with refrrenee to North
Carolina enntt-d.'niiile ftulltiiiif id tlie IttU
ral Cump. v Ju jil iin Mateiiient of the rroaa in-
alt Lut the wont prejudiced aeideae aa tn tbe
ecntimen! f our people, fcaa doubt lna i-xrited
the apprebemiona of tba Chairman aa to the
itnpreaaion npon tbe public mind, '. . . .. :
The atatement.of Ute tlminuaa that tbe tee-
timony had not dneed; tar tlw rtmxtt tbia State,
becatiaeof the ordering ol tlie evitoe to be
printed, appear eery muck Uka AiiCaftei;
tlionght. At all areata, the. revera waa tlie pop
ular opinion, .n aerordanc with preeedent in
all eaaea at all iuiilr."-Htiil, we are gmtitled
at tlie aarar-nce that tbe (toora are yet opeiv
aud wa indulge the hope ibat theexpoMtioniif
flOT, Ontlmro will eom pel the eiauiinatioa of
tu b wltnMMea. atunreated by our ntraibvr of
J?IlE!u!t!
inony a to the atatna, of onr people. We ra-aaaert,
what webava avaia and airain deefared, that
Bo nun. at atfcoDVerxnt witb the politic acntl-'
ment of North Carolina, jjrho i a.b'il-'n'fld-.
Vl and onbiiiwil oian, ran impearb ber loyally
to the Untrrrninont. ' . - j -
... III. t5fW Biliul, ju,ie.di4neeutua av
ail mpt inn, that, beeauaw tbe late insurgent 9tatt
are not regafdeil in the light iifcrimbialaoa.
trial, therefore the prirllepe, for whkb 0r.
Orubana eontenda, of croa-examinin witnesaea
h InaibniMible. :Th premiaea,' thcmaelvea, are
a fatae a tlie deduction. Tbe Southern Statea,
aa before thi committee, Lave bereiufora eecw
pled exactly the attitmle of criminal. Tb
purpnae for whh-h it waa biatitated WMto elicit
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one-noM larormatHM tna4ouia prcjual
their c.lalina to maturation, and JiiRtlfy tbe Rad
ical majority in Congreaa ia their pre-drtenola-.!
courae of injuatire and oppreaeion, ' Tbejf
lia"e no Sdy iieen debarred turtery coiniuoii
et rii;ht of erinrinahr to havf tbe "beat evideno
i a thi-ir fkvor a iducetl and friven ita proper and
full woighVltnt they bave1 ln ao far planed
lieneafh the level 'oi ordinary criminal a to
tt ftiiijr .ul;tdt W.V lirMt atiHw
tbe moiivenof men by Iheiraetioaa; ami wa do
nut besitale to expreaa tba opinion, that evi
dence of the moat conclcr-Jre charartce, cumula
ting mountain bih, aa to tbe loyal roadm t and
inteotioaa of pur people, wonld .no . Wvijrb
feather against, the opposing arale of Radical
malignity and vindictiveneaa.': ' . ; ; f '
' Bethnt as it ihay, let tbe inqtuaitioa at Waan
iorton but ac-cord il. Oraham, and other aiein
liera otCnngrea from the (tnutliern Sialea, the
fair nntl nuaonalile privilrsfc, hiehT in tlie
name of their injured people, they amk, of
crmDi-etaminlng witneasea,' and there ' wilt be
aiich a lining of testimony a waa never tern in
any Court Hoqut in the land. Pcrhapa, too, in
that way, we may at the meaning of CkiL
1'lnpp, of the Freolinrii' liureau, in bin myaie
rious liut oracular allusion to the repn.liati.in
ol the refer dc'it! ; v -
' '; '-t Downing. , .j ; J
,. Tlielaie notice of our native poet by "bra.
Oavea and IWu bava lieeai read with mack
pleaaure and aome priile by all who di Tight in
thi department of our literature. We have
mm.-U and poeteme amonff ua who would alilne
ay where, - Amona thew Mu.l lauinecvt lra
Downing, wboe,'orkt,rearl, have been Iktp
toforewny (oniewhat "at raodota. We bav
beard that site bad a design of colUrtiug them
together again and preoauting them to tbe pub
lic in more durable frm. We know that aha
baa aome exipiinite piece whic h liave never
the light. One of tbe-w of fsuKideralde
lengtfc, tuggea&d lt one of the metatoorphoaea
f Owld), i fitll ol the happiest classical allu-1
aioot, nl foe playful waggery and Mi. K king
humor i car-ely inferior to the wiitieat-'worL
ot.Saeor Ilolmea. ', This, .poem, ia worthy of
elul-orate illuatTHtiona and we hope we "lull
see thciu ia her forthoMuing hook.
Mr. II. can never I i.l( and ia wiw ra
saurd energetically on a work ot prM nVS..n,
whh-h will be 1 com 1 luted by the antnmnal
inivtitha;' and with the great care and thought,
which the b known to lie heatnwing on the
-ork. it may well lie pmlii-ted that it -w ill he
a groat, improvement on h'T first eawy in thi
hue, tha aprightly and aparkling 'Namel.a.
" Far th Sralioel
A Ktievvi e.
Mksshs. Cnrrona til iv.iii do vmir aid
arritiet the )ittiee to give Jrvt new-.pnj.er j
n ii lera Ilie Ix-i -''I of a pri"i.iii".t lii'i 1 ! ji
abiih tuke the hiilc ( ir aitliiint men-v Ian '
bor.'il, b''.nd en-liirn.'. iv tfnM-aii,i enn t f
(iii'Tali thn ti ao Mi r.sil.n ' 111 , ,,!
asked to siiiw.-tiIh.. -..! i-( nuke a re utur
Imi-iui-.-.f cnti-nf- an-l in- f ir r v - I
hi tiiomli II . mi ' l 1 ,1, I 1 1 I I ir I u 111 1
It, is am h a nuisance to me, 1 ii, u
b slftj t, I sua'l L. its to ' p t i.
.a 11 r in '
I
.Anji..'al., , ' ' , I
)iui to rvn.l mine, but w i-ii a ie .ii is;mis..i- i
u-v to take s ihu - r himsr'f. I tbi..k ha no. t t.. I
have deeetiey enouch to bt otier j-i e r I '
thr-tr's bef.ro lhv can b-r tbenii -
We t Ticci full v eive ijia.-e to tL c'ev,i
r.t i
"T-
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: of our eorresjiendent. If i? r.inM ''"
1 tiling to ie force to bis vei v proper i..,i
j tion, we would do so. e hue no doul.
have mnny of the class of render he I. .
. and to all sui-h w Cuinmcii.I toe. kh :m
wi..;:';'-f? rvrirw tmk BtM.)
Tka Folitical Canditioa of tho Country-
When the great topic before the country
Uie war, no man cottl.l dotiU which able he
wa on.' 1 Iter was Ittit one poaaibla aide for
every patriot, an.l all the eoppertiea.1 invention
aiu argii"" ', all Mia to- ty a ete-t wl' rna
tKHMaviuv.i aiLirtnrv iouvr.liiuiiiarv ruic aud
al that, did not for aa tiutant oonfUse tba
peopHsrBot when the ootmtry waa tared.
when tkanrmle weal h.w when all that th
oiiuenr eouia 00 wa dona tnen loe poUU-
ctant caute aorwara again, ana luer were par
tie once toote. Urn who bad jnt ttood ahoul-
dor to afcoulde, who teemed to bar ao other
tboucbt or nurimae in life than tbe good oi tbe
country and lw ..beat to aecnnt the national.
wenam, now oagan 10 use uie meat, uiverae
Tic we of tbe arceaaitiea of th caaa, and to ad
vocate iiu-aMirca ao widely different that they
cnubi not poaailily botb bavu tba tania, bappy
reault of (Dcuitug peao and pruKierity. ', tiow
should th people chuuee between ucb partie.
whi botb claimed to do ail for tbe gxd of
tbe country, and when, a few month go, all
were ennallv ttnrent ia the eomiuoa cauaa f-
How ahould they (iiacriiuinat bctwaen parts ol
badje.-rtain(y.,ajye(l,thi
couuirv. wltea ties uaru were now euuailv kmd
in tlaiuiiug to be animateil by .tbe nine good
purjwK The dirliculty that urrounda aicb.
a (licruuiaatiiai baa bote the- life ot tba radi
cal .factuin, XJt -ti baa bt altio to ktof
(oget her only because Jt hat been able -'to con
ceal ita purpoaratiom the ueople. It ha e
caped the atnrm ot ln-tiular imbirnation ia it
tn any tttgn totttVaK fotind ttiibty in ttVPSSIP'.
s'antiMciaratiodtliat it gramt object wa re
conatructon. , ' .
"But tbe game U pretty well done -with now.
The diaguiae, in torn away effectually. .Fort be
first time line the politician aucceeded to tlie
aoliliera in til arrangement of onr national af-
Uir, tua iaauea and the poaiuoa ot partiea are
ao clear that partixan eaanot- confuae the vi
bm of the people. Btaadiae forward ia- bia
bigb paaitiaa tli Preaidettt baa appealed to the
people agaiaet the taaatica woo, prtUndiug to
frienitly 10 hiajpopalar policy of reconstruction,
weredoiotf tbeir ntaaoat to tb frat iL : He ka
denouncei boldly aad openly th traitor that,
like our firmer foe in the field, only aaaomed
the garb p i'ajoo men in Ofilef .tfl fA. fikJ
eoougn-W give treauerow ere- iiho- iu
rank ot mm really lighting for the I'nioa.--ITi
bold declaratMwa bav expoaed tba wbole
iuMilioua game. He baa recalled the popular
recnllectioa to til fact that theae men sustained
tlie eanae of tbe eoontry only bere it h
aaiUniv' afarmaaiw enpiiitli'ii of
llieir own, aj-.l baa propgrly put tbeia in tbe
category of traitor, becauae tbey pave alway
been and are now a ready a the rebel to uea
trov tbe irovminwat, when tbey eouhl not e-
coniplish their olijecta in any other way. - The
apen-h in which Mr. Johnaon bad before tbe
country on Waahingtoa't birthday tlie true po
sition of tb great iasoea of tbe day U the finest
thing in hi history. Ita troth, ita matmitkent
force, may b in bv the terrible writhing it
eauseaaiuong tlie radical -riper everywhere. A
a piece of unpremeditated, energetic, earnest el
oluenceit i wii limit an cjuhL It baa all the
fire, all the fervid deniin. iaiion that i to splen
did in Demnatbetica, w'th more directneaa, dia-
tinctneM and point than) is found ia any effort
of tliegreat Athenian. f ' . 1"
The eeopl from Maine to California will re-'
apond to tbia bold appeal. ta simple view of
tlie polities ntniitioa ia the people' view, and
it will become the platform of a new party.
That new party, made from the conservative re
publicam and from what is left of tlie rank aad.
fileof -the ilrmTWCT,- has already had the
breath of life breathed into it by the President'
wont. That newaparty will Carry the country
in tlie next election, or, if it do not quite that,
it will open the way so well that it wi'.l wecp
all bef.ire it in 1H..H. Ji aimnle idea will he.
tbe good of the country before everythinsr. It
whi at once rei-ufce anil crush out both cxtmme
with the grand tlioiit-lit quoted by the Preei-
ib-nt fmm Mr. Lincoln, t'i.ito lar from keeping
Jw Southern btn out of t'wi;'". we outrht
rather to force them to come in, if that h.ild
prove necewarv. " Ttii party will clua Omrison
and Vallamtig)iain together; it -will put Ste
vena aad Yancey aide by aide as eneiuii of lite .
government, nvikint'norhoi.-e whatever tietweea
mew a l"i prefer l!- ir own notion to the omnium
gno.1. ilr. Jobirvm ba laiJ tluao ttie plutlortn
of thi party, and it growth, ita triumph over
all the bK'tioa tlemouta will be n iiK'vitnl.le
part ot the prn.rri-w of eventa. The eye of
tue eopie are opi-n, and all the rmlica! j'lK-ry
eviuot close tlu iu.
It ia srratifv lt i; to note that, ever since H.-nry
V.ird Ik-echer made a tuty of the .lis trine til
eternal puniabmenl, hi views uupiUi.iin.1 a:T..ir
have become H'ti conservative. In his "
and salad dnv ' bef.ire hi )u.! mient r' ind,
be wa a ml hot Kiulieal, awl tt'ven to very re
cent tic notions on round and lheolivv. I ut
lu-n ti.eml i-.-tof he lire u presented to
Itim. alifiouii he e.nin-sit S"oie .imifiia aa to
111 literainea. vet it -.:. "t.. a h o ur eliaice 111
l.:j i!iiin. lie evii " y m.vle up Ins mind
ttutt, alilioiiidi there it., ill no such p'm-e as
h. it. lie hn.t ln-:-r s.', 1 e b; mn-liH-t lui he i
1 woui.l never g. there if he a .. n.i-tuk.a. Ve ?
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All tba newly elected city oflieer have been
duly installed, with the t-xception of Mr. Mon
roe, mayor, and Mr. Kfxoit, alderman,' w liuce
function have been temorarily- auspendrd, a
roming'wttiita tneexcepuou mxie 'y mt i-fv
iilwit a piiKikniatiul lr. Jtueaean baa Issen
installed mayor pro tarn, by order of General
- J..ha V. talnCliarlMton: -ftinth"Csi
lina.- Kumorsay hi presence there has soma
political significance. . -r . . -s. -1
The Richmond citr police are rejoiclmr in
Bear nnlforma. . Tbe jZinunuur day tiicv eulipta
the arm field oflloer in gorgeouaueas f appa-
ra. ,
' Major Ovneral Chilton. late of the I'pnfcdcr
ats army, was recently arrested at Tyler, Ten as.
where be h been residing since the termina
tion of tbe war. - . - '
Harriet pincVney, aged ninety yeara, a daugh
ter of General Charlea Cotvswvrth I'im-kavy, of
lb volntionary fame, died In Charleston, at 7
o'clock, lal Thur. lay evening. ; - : -
sjm-A esta'fflpfleeey ay that the jwotailiie reason
why tbe President -withdrew the Oovcrnment
advertising from Forney's ; VhrmieU was,' tluit'
KoraeJ lieing a "dead duck," ahould not Jw ab,
1...! 4l..rf 1.;. ..l.ill-i !, tl,A t r.- '
".Tn ."1Ta- (:jjtCTii ",- vxi i ... .(t n kib.b.--a..-clerk
ia the Paymaster General' lK-partuicni at
Washington, a tliaebarireit aoldii-r, refua-l
'ry't,amMe
Jlampshlre, and was about to bo tltnia
Ihertliw. Tbe President learning th facte, dint-ted
bis retention, and fbaf. be be placed, in,
the way of promotion;! .; ''--. ' ,
T Sf !. Ths phenotuenon known aa
tlie "mirage was witnessed at Fortress Mon
roe on Thuraduy. Tba Eastern Bbtire of Yir-
fiuiaand all the country bordering on the
ames and N'ansenuiad rivers were minrured in
the water of liautptoa Itoada. . . , ,t. r
.. Twenty-three young men hare made "a rev-'
oluliouarj.outlTak" in Cuba, and twelve ;f
them hv boea captured by Government troops,
' Judtre' Patterson, son-in-law of President
J.iluiMjn, iwntlj( niaila a hi1i it. V-'Luinut'
cratie meeting In Berk eonntjr, fa. - .
- Tbe directiir of4 the gotitberu Tafifle Bait
road have concluded a eimtrai't with a Freiu h
company to ext. ml tbe road west of Marshall,,
Faust ine Simon wa aasntninated in Mobile an
Monday sight by Emanuel English. Tlie lat
tor way laid and atalitied him. Cause, jealousy
about aa abandoned woman. .......
., .Congress baa appropriated fifteen thousand
dollar to Mia Barton, who recently visited An-
deraonville, Ua. " ' ; :.' '- - -'; . ','
Tbe St Lotda Dituatci any that, tlie Missia-
ippi baa swollen to such an. extent, that the
channel depth of Water to V'alro ia u!licient to
Boat a mau-ol war. . . ,
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. ovrsMn4eaca &Hiliine4 KaamiDar.y i
Cow tho.CiTUEiguti JUU viU A&ctthe
South Doubt About the Probable Veto of
it Senator .fitewnrt'o Compromise Iti
AowmpiTinj Declarntioa . , ' 1.
, ' . i Wasiukotost, March 18.
Tb civil rigbU bill, now before the President,
deeply concern the Southern H lutes. As modi
fied, it doe not regulate tbe right of suffrage,
but it proceed upon the assumption that Con
gress can enact civil and penal code for the
gules. The bill applies to all friites, but will
never probably be enforced anywhere Imt In the
South ; and then it wiH fall into dcsiictude if
the South should lie repn aentad la Congre4.-w
Some ay thHt $ the. rreaidimt signs this bill it
should lie with the Bwlerstamliiig that Con
gress, having received all that they have claim
ei, ahould admit the Southern rvprrscntntivrV
But th only effect ni-i Congn-s will lie to en-.
courage further exat-'tiona. , , ..... ',
The omservative reinjlilicaa aenators who
opposed thi and the r'recdmen'g lliireiiu biff
sie in doubt whether.the I'resiih-nt will fi- l it
bis duty to veto this bill or hot. Hut ih.-v ill
sustain him in the veto, an. I will not bUme
bim if ke do not. The lb -mot rntic stiiMlurs
fit'ri-cly denounce the measure : but they, t.
are in doubt wlo tri.T the I'resutcnt w HI v.-t.. it
The new prop-wit ion fir a comrironii-- Ihh- f
tweea Cooffress and the Southern plates, as of ,.
fered by N nat. rilcwsrt, ot yadu, , U de- i
lined to become a tubject of gravedim-;t.-sitn. - I
You will notice that demo. ntjirr senators de- I
noiim-ml it. and tlie radicals sus'isinsd It - The 1
..II j il. i
tttatr e'junl. if not univcrtcil. .The Prfi.!-ttts)
telegraphic k'tU-ktn Jmlt;e Mmikey, Mi.siJ i
aippi, will lie eonsiih-red as. in sor.ws.-n-M'-. com
mittintr bim tji the propoMtimi of .Mr ":nttrt. 1
l.,-.t, if the Ibiitmlrui'lion 'omuiit'i-e adopt an I ,'
(, f....ll.l inn. .!..( il' i l...ill i
ji-i-s, ti'C 1'ie-i i. mi will no tt .ii I.T w.'-i tr- ii e jr. ;
Insstlselt lllllv' lli'-M I I' nit el r.s-i.FI-11 ill tlotl
to the -southern Males hsr Cu-lr ' !' -im-e or 1
M i ti"ii. It n wcoiiio'iiiu !. Ii.iii' v.-r. nub a .
.1-ev.riiliin tied I .He i-es le-tuanl n i r thi-.'
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WAiltWTiii March 19.-lPjKAtV-Jfr Sum.
ner preaenti-d the iietltion of citiawn of New1?"
York, enmefctly 'akiii(f that BO Btata that r.-twl-l.
d should be admitted.. u a governing piirtm-r .
into the Vnion without tuleipiatu sn uuty fur
tur tuturrj. - ttelifrroil W the tummnti-e mi
1 m-frn-tb'rfi.-' "f .. - "s w.
j ' )jr. Vt'ilaun prcaeuted lite petition of several
i colored men. who represent that they were lor-
hU w,n tUeul '! provi.led- for their
support from the prtiperty'left bf him.-' Ttwv .
ask that a portion of Ibo-Aalington sstats tw ,
act aside ior their benctiu. The tiition was re- - -ferml
to the ciitiuiiiltee on the Judiciari. . r
1 illr, Fessendqn rose to a prraonnl explanation.' I
II found in the Jatiutml lAnlliyimtw; of thn ''-
17th Inst., .letter from tA'illlsm A.-Orabamn 1 -t
claimant for a seat in the Senate from JN'orttt,. -
Carolina, In tvAj to kia Feassudim') remark " -
few day ago concerning tlie nature of tlie in.
-relitigation i-u.rri.xl on by the Committee of '..
fifteen. L Thi letter of Mr. Graham' was in
tended to convey tbe impression that tbe invrs-. .
ti-fntion ot tlve committee wew not (uipsrlial, -4
Mr. Graham bad written to him (FeaocusJen) ...
makintf two reunost one that witnesses sm- "
t gfctia.l by biui UrabamV-ahould bs txsniliis't, ---
and another tbat the Ilepreaentative and rV-aa- ' 1
tor fnim those States tie allowed to be present , , t
to cross exainiue those witnesses. , The last re- ..
qitwfY'iB'S!) -''-
hot custoioary id tases .it 'invcstipntinu br a "r ''
t Committw, and. because the proowalings of thw
Vpmmutee were not in tue nature 01 a criminal ;
Jnycsljg exsoUwaiou wr ?-t
necessary. , He (Feanenden) did not regard the
lately rebeuMoti States in the lifjlit of crimlnnla ' H
oa trial, Bor was be suiting in the capacity of
proacMttoT. Another error of Mr. Graham' was - '
bif lalie thst the testimony had closed becniia ,
it bad been ordoreil to be iirinleil. It had not , ,
closed except in tbe case Ol Tennessee, Jn tlie '
case ol North Carolina no testimony bad yet -'-'
bera printed at all, it being in tli hand of Mr. t t
Howard, ef Jtlichigan, now absent on account
'tt .l..m.s.fi.t fllir.linn
'- Mr. Ilavis. in reply to Mr. Feasehdcn, advo. '
rated the right of tbe claimants as Hontbrm ' '
fenator and Iteprceentntive to be present rnul -1'
croaa-exnmine wilaeaaca. Mr, Davis proceeded ..:4
to rrad Mr. Graham' tstcnieut in the InUHIt , . ,t
ge."A.. Hsvii'g read f ir hull ihmjr.ha: wns r
rull.sl to writer by -Mr. Chsulh-r who insi ittxi
hKt there waa no question before the Benalc." '
Mr. Fi-HHcnden said that he had yielded to " jt
Mr. Davis tor hint 10 read Mr. Graham's letter. ?
but it was evident that be waa remlinsr the e.tl-
, Wm1 . ornrfTiiifl'mnimr'Ttl j.r. jjc-r.
Jilr Iria snid be i n'Hdiii(f an cxplnua
tion f the case by Mayor Lawrence.
At tbe conclusioB of Mr. Davis' reading, Mr. .- -:'C
Fiscndea rose to say, that if Mr. Graham -dr- - .
sireil to introduce furiiier tiwtiuuiny in the c-ki ' 1
or North Carolina, be eouhl do so.
HorsK. Mr. Dawson, of I'., introluccirre' '" "
olmions declaring that the I'nited State rati-J "
not guarantee thu bonds ot Mexico or any oilier - 4 -.1
nntion, and endiirsing Mr, JtilrrMin pilivripla
of nvoidinjt "entangling fllliaiH'eB." '
t The House having relused to second a de- '
maud ftir tbe previous qm-ation, the n-solufioo '
went over under tlio rule.
Mr. Aucomtof Pa., ol'ired a rewilutum uro-
tiding for thti a.ljounnneiit ol Conifresson thu
i-day ot May, lStltl, The resolution wan
agreed to.i fo "hi t ; 1
Mr. Cullotn, of Illinois, oir.-nfd a l.Aut rcaoln..
tion making ausincnduu tit to the ( (institution,
which providca that no person except aciticn
of the United States, who bus at all time borne
true sltegttince thereto, shall ever hold olllce
under the l.'nitcd 8tate. The resolution wa
referred to the lkontruetinn Conunittce. - ,
Thallonae reeoniliM-ert the vote by which
the loan bill Was 'rejected, and recommitted it
to tlie eommltb on Wuy and Hans.
KKOnO TK(Hll-a TO K Ml STKlltO OCT,
' a ri;v,,i. 1. I,.,.,. tvn.t,i..,ri,... .
4
' The fu-crelnry of Avar bus ordtnd
the Hum
1 now in
tcroutot forty thousand mgro tmn
tlie Southern .States,' and the order i!l be Is '
sued Sinmwliatxily. In some locnlm-si they villi'
l replaced by white soldiers. , , .. . 4
A di'ipstck to.ihfl Xew iork HVii :ni:
; !-Within tbe next few duvs, about S,iiuii col-.
ond troops will le mustered outnt the set ri. n A
in f'liith Carotins.) G nert rV-niu-tt advb-es' Tit
tbem todiieet tlieir alteutiuti in tin culiivsthHi -
' of the il. , . 1 ... t . . -, ,. ,
'! 1 ") ll is believed that the L'overnii.i . t Intends bi
muster out within tlie i-c-.ltwn w..i-l.a
.' oob.rrst tr..ps now stntbmr.l in tiier V
f,,",l,) to lav.tnki twin sucli pails of tlie ae-'
mililnry ilepurtuienH as can l-e.t apar.! '
them. , .. , , . .- . -
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i f H's-niKc-roar Vi.n h, lM'IT. s, r.r u-"
of
the Treasury, in rp'iwe to a resnbtlton of tl(-H'.ii-jt'
Itepresi ntiilivcs, rt.j'iiiii bun to j ie
'pur a a'afetm ot showinn thu siikm n ot nuuu v
now in the TriemT, ye-tenhiv lri..-u.it'p. a
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