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fasstrsnlaUossfta Bsmsaa aiakai it ea of
lru mult aailratTa maiuml St aifverllilnf la, (I.f
A ivartlaasiaats, aeatipytBi tks spao or It Haas at
si in ma ty p sr lass, s loa a sail a sqaara, as sksrg
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Tie Waasr Su -u. h -1 ver Tuesday
aarning. .". .' - ' ...
, Ami Wtasivo BuurJftva ami ttJoefSlayl. '
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: i Weakly, feat, la aaVaDea, -'.'. . It M
eteani-weakly, es yser, ta adraaea, - I M ,
4 aaat-waakly, ir Heath In edvaaae, , t W
-,- Dsitjr, an year, .. . . i;. r"v. MM .
m WOl'tD BATHBH HU IIT THAW JKU miIUr.!T"..Uerf Clr-
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. Balls three aatliiL
Sally, mm areata,
- " Tht Amended Cmtitatioa,
: nenti of tha Conslitotioa my aid tiie pauple
' ip dUerminlng tliuir cti(m. W bar aUudwl
I t io 11)9 arranging auU ajateuuiiaina; Jha U
! ' Constitution, as ao imjwrtant feaUira Tb In
itmrtiant la now coiniarativlj platn and cany
Tba Unit aoll.ccs)la amendment occur! in tU
BiH of EiitLta, is Uia'elanaa Uith aocuwe a
jury trial offender. Tlila' tonnerij li4
to all offitusaik, great aiul uf . Kow, it U ra
. tile4, tliat thp Iirgitlatum may inatituU CoarU,
4 Tritbootr Jwricsr te agar, an J adjttdgt aiualj M
petty 'liiiatlua'unniMW,: aubject t appeal fat all
c. TUit provision teemed to tx required by
- ttie mnrtirow wtptnae accruing to Couutit u J
iiirnriHjrated towna, by tha dulaya of tbf old
I riyntu. Wk-ofhni, hi :uwr offencea,' tliat
might be at one determined by tha Magistracy,
"under ftl operation required be jrty to U
bftiM r Imprisoned, ahd fiually trw4 by a
-Juryyat tlir public' eipens. ;". . Tb amendment,
r nifdvr jmliviona management, it ia beiieved,iU
prove military.- That great principle of liljerty,
tlie riglit of trial by jury, la left Otibarmed.
I " Tli4tl:ui- in tbe Bill of Kigbta, aboliabing
I :t. slavery, is uiado eoDiormabla to the previous
Ui'tion ot ilie Convention and Legislature, aBd
to the f'oiUtutioa of the t uiUxl Stati. ."'
In the Legialative department two tlmngte
have been nvwto. .- The first, ia tlte bauis of re-
-pwttl)iurajjip(ahpa fine of tbe most hii:
portaot adopted. ItepresentHtlon in tlie House
of Commons is, in the amended Couatitutioaj
'.'based upon t'le number of white people ia the
Btate, and iuL, a heretofore, upon the white
and thrcu i,ui of the colored people, or, as it
kas U-t n ( !l.-d,tbe federal baai. Tbe justice
and utility ft this change hsve been seriously
qoealtmutd." Tbe blinks having always pre
'dominated hi the axt, j ive tlmt section the
preponderance la the Lcuis!. are This baa
atwa) been matter of compluint on the part
ol the AVest, vkoae whito popuIaUon exceeded
tlie colored. .While tlie blacks were recognised
: both as pnNirty and partly aa persons, the
1 propriety, of allowing them, representation was
.. , 1 onc rswlily iliuitlad, but aiuoe they are DO
' longer held M prVipwty, tbe advocate, of the
jrhile Wi could see tn( longer tlw neeeaaity ot
wan'a vernneBt.'! There r, bowe,ver, co
J'v geot reasons .for believlug that tlio action is
premature, eecially ks matter of policy in
the preaent state of onr national afTaira,. ' More-
. -ovar, iuanmiich a the .bitenta of the, blaekt
are l nave n Jii)Mjruini n in tue tuiure
legislation of tbe country, it would seem they
ought to Wincluded in tbe battis of rereaunta-
tion, just! a w lute -. wouieo and cUilJrtn
are. Politically and - essentially, they are
a part of our people, 'though occupying the reJ
Intion of minor tor , the Btiitc, hn e jneedlug
"protecUou and legialation, tliouph decmecr in-
' tapuMtfj.'aa while children and U-muIea are, of
. tbe excreiit! tl the full function of citi.in!.ip.
Keckoning llieiu in the basis of representation
- lnrsm nwetwafily, nor contructively,include
the peeeasHy rf; felvmjf l.t.:iu- hiur.iitJ;;'-''--rl;t.ts
(tie iipoaf the aaniefixUiiij? of white children,
suiuun, (and no stusilile man run plae
I them kr knowledge higher,) tlie rntoms of
f 'i mankind have never accorjud to tbein pulfrsgo,
until it can m shown tuey liitvu attune.! their
' umjority. But the 'demands ol the Went could
bo longw be delayed, and we are incliiu j to
' think it w as proper to yield to the demand,
' especially as the claims of true const rvat ii
.' were regarded ia. Ciiiig the i rrpeity 1-h -is of
" 1 - representation for the Senate.
W are, however, (it A los to -t.iiiit fit tli
frojre of pure or siini'te d.-niocwflc
' even "amonsj; otir cnn-ervulive J t nt 'e, wl.t. h
"." 'would tjinore aH';-ctlict t!.c c'...:i.s of pr.prity
as a chief la is of n n ,. iitt:..n. We are
. sticklers for the rii,fiU of tlx; pe.j !e, but we
can never recognize thoe t ' U io n. .'us of
1 " j.jvtrnvunt, when they must, certainly, inure to
v the damage of society. If limmm aoeiety wsie
perfect, or even approached to perfection, and
" If men were impeccable, the liitereata of property
i, and the protecUou of society might Very i il
b committed .without l.a'nrd to tha control of
ny and nil jwrsoiis; but as men ar S"',1 dj
: generate, und 1' stile to tbe iiiibi-nce of evil, lm.
' Pl'lQ leL ! ' '' ' "n"t Welt tbrnW BlDlind t!i- tt
-,0 too niimy t , proM. d they do ii.it in
fjinfg the nett- try and in.:;. -nui.lii i' .bis .f
, . men To kuy that tbe ioti r ,! of n.HjM
.-- Maaftt in the bimdaHif good man, who aie if.t
i froi erty holders, k in the !- U t,t m-n own
. Ins; property, i a'uoply I- '.ugV. ;;.. .
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-:' ' by what pro ij-i.-n 4.1' ii.a ' ., i
"T1 What castom or law, are oe'v .- ..' ai.J uim i- i
. Ilow-4'(a - v. ?. T' ' '
might b largely lulwrat. I.
' Seconal, tbt Ifgialature ia r- .-. i, 1
1 fW, from aaaking epl" . f 1
moneTW tf4irarittni f '.
. i.cot after lh'l'ic-sii..n 1. " !
and adopted tliree (imn ivi
" catt ft liiisytm and sj.ti - 5
w regard aa most w ie st 1
... " over the public Treasury. V, , -
jt-''eftdMrer eenptxiauw.'.t -
- be ticfeatej for time.b'.t ti.
thought wi'l correct any e il wt
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- ,Sr. ConigUnd'i Speech. '
We give place, to-day, to the striking end in
teresting speech, ot Edwan! Conigland,' Eaq,
tbe aide delegate from II alifax, delivered it the
Contetitiun, on the niotloaj of Mr. Moore, of
Wuka, to rest jict tbe ofSoeof Governor. to -tive-bor
citimis or to aaturaliied citizen of
tweuty years standing. This motion Mr. Coaig
lsnd aupprUd. We thiuk, however, that
Beithot tbe history of the past, aor the imlica
tioa of the preaeai, fumiklmd aay paster wce
sary groondi for any change Whatever; iu this
poiut, in the' old Conatitutionl ' The Constita-
tion, a it ia, make all naturaliHl citizeo
gible to all bQice in the State, and w can e
no good reason for the Chang in the amended
Comt IttrHnwr It is morbid seoai ti voea, hick
would exclude naturali7cd citizen from the
ghf ;fBc. .t'-S'f Tf'thaf-.lliOllki':.bf
barred at all, it should be in tlte lower or more
ordinary offices, which ar more liable to be
filled by unworthy or improper pernons.- JUn,
foreign o native, when brought forward for the
higher offices of Htate among as, will be sure to
be the right' men, ' Certain it is, that the people
would never think of ignoring Edward Conig
land, or many other good and true men among
ua, who happen to have been born ia foreign
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JTorth Carolina PoLtic,'
Wsmhinotom, July 6.-Ei-Uovornor Vane i
her for the purpoee of securing ways and means
forr n - aeti nr canvas - in. Jiorth Carolina 4
behalf of Governor Worth, candidate for re
lertiom. , ;., . ' - - . . ,. -.' -.", "'
- Th election will be huld next August Both
Johnson Club her have been eel ted up to coa
tributei - - ' ; H .'
; The loyal t'uion men or North Carolina will
hold Convention 1b Kftlelgh about the first of
August to nominate a candidate tor Governor.
Tboma Settle, of W'entworth, it i"uplosed
will be the nouiiuea. ; , , iV :. .,. .; '.. '; ,
We find the preceding items goingthe roijnd
of the Northern pros. Of eoiira ther is Bot
vea the semblance of ruth in the statement re
lative tGov Vance.. Jbat, gentleman i In
WaahingtoB purely and exclusively oa private
business. Were lie pardoned, bowrver, there Is
we doubt but that he ; wouhl actively support
the re-election ot Gov. Worth. ;vj 3
I the latter clause' true. t , Po the "o Called"
awaoaplato Caatveutiaat. "about the 8r"-rf '
August - If so, H ba been' kett '.very secret
her at home, and has only leaked out since Gov:
Holden went to Washington. , And is "Thomas
SetHe, of Wentworth," realIy the maa who is to
be 'et tip to-1 knocked, down t" When the
Coytuin (a rcgtilarly put forward, we proKie to
priut a large uumlier of copies of that remark
able speech of bis in the late CouvcntioB, for
gratuitous' distribution.. ;
T1'e Cotton Tax ', - v; v ."''''''"
? It has already been (tinted tht the Comuiit
e of Conference on the Tat bill (ahieh bill i
now, w bcliae, in the hands of tlie Provident)
had couipromijted on three cents per pound a
the tax on cotton. The inquiry has been rais
ed .whether this tax will.be h ! "'l-ni to the
ir.MWrai.ii,of ,. , -'"-v s1"'""
now fcquircd by law. As tlie tw. a ch.
tircly V"tict, we fear that cotton will have to
pay fiit ejiiii per pouinl."TV 'should be pleased
to see an authentic opinion upon this important
Subject. ' ' ' ' "'-'"
The blindness and ulupiJity of the Radical
p- : i .us are only efpialled by their venom.-r-
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i ,,..rts to puuinli tli Bout li, aiel preveni
teriid recuperation, by an onslaught Upon
ut stripb-s, Cotton and Tobacco, will,
in n nlity, ii j iie tlie JNoi tii an vitaiiy, jjui
"baving? er'a li-y not, and having car they
Lear not, neiiber do tlu'y uinb istiind." ' " " '
SretiiioK Conns. Tbe Fall Term ot tie
... , ,;..r Courts will Ijeheld as follows:
Jinlfl M Trillion,
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: CU. CCSICLASD, OF HALIFAX,
ConttUlm, Jim 12;, tt5C6, m tk & i
th mittd &tutiCutin qmifyitf tee fmlii-
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Mt,"T,BKsiDHiT !--TTBderVW present fW.U
tutionof North Carolina, naturalised ranuaia
ar eligible to all Btat offlcee. Oat the sn-oud
reading of the revised Coestitution, it waa pro
posed to confine the oftlc of Governor to Bxllve
citizens of tu United Btatea, and tl.lt Ti .hI
ia im h nr-'ral of tbe f '.wi
1 u deieirate from VV ake Mr. Moore, enW ol
fer an amendment extending the eligibility to
that ollic to citizens' of twenty jeer standing,
w hicli woul.t not operate a a total exclusion of
citizens of foreign birth. It la Upon this amend
ment that I beg to be indulged tor short time
Some member msv be disposed to think that
I ought not to enter upon the discussion of this
tuhjeut, and I was,' at Bret, somewhat Inclined
so the same view. But little, reflection con
vince . me that I was wrong, inasmuch aa I
stand here solely in my reprentati v cbaraxj ex;
indeed, so long as I have the honor of a scat on
tbif!or, my individual may be said to Ix
merged in my representative being. Tbe voice
ot my constituents ought not to be silenced, bo
cause ot any delicacy that may be iippoi.l to
attach to me in giving utterance to it. -. i a
I can have no personal interest in tlie decis
ion of this question, and, practically, Hhj not of
much importance. I luring tha whole period of
our independence as a commonwealth, we have
had, it occurs to m, but on Governor of-' for
eign birth, and he is found mong the very first
cat the list. It may tie asked then; 'where i
ow the necessity of Uio total jexclusinn. of the
aturaliised citizens from this position. Ther
ia nothing to excite our fear from political
combinations ot this class of citizen ; the whole
number of inhabitants of forcitra birth ia 'orth
Carolina doe not exceed 3,2S. i '
.. Were we erea to allow the Constitution to
remain unchanged in thie particular, a citizen
of this claxf might not be elected Governor of
the fit ate tor the same space in the future aa
such has failed to be elected in the past, SO that
ia fact, the question i theoretical rather than
practical. Certainly the proposed amendment,
Is not intended to facilitate the propessof euch
B citizen to the position en amendment which
I support, and which, would have satisfied the
requirements of the moat excited party times. . f;
I will not,MK President, discus this question
in til bearings. I have no purpose te revive
old issue. I am no radical on this, or any
otucr subject. Mr views on immigrant and
inmiii'ratioti, are as conservative at those ntily J
guiiiHimaa ua inn u.k.i-. j tK-sirr, u ia nut, n
see the stream of immigration flow in this di
rectum, because every day's otiaervatiim con
vinces me that the labor of the freetlmsa is not
reliable and will continually Income leas reliable
than it now is. I am compelled, too, to regard
the freed, population, as most dangerous ele
ment in our midst,- infinitely ' morf so than
when the same population existed among ns as
slaves. If we can manage, by the labor of tills
population, to bridge over the hain from
slavery, until we can supply it place by the
wliite'labor ot tbe immigrant, it is all that I ask
and more than I hope for. - I desire immigration
then as a men to an end -upon it we omst
depend for the development of our resources
without it our progress in material improve
uient iiuiot be slow iiulaud. Let immigration
come, I care not to what extent, but let .it al
ways bo wielded snd controlled by the resident
Southern population, so tliat the immigrant
u.ay be educated to our w iUcs, aud t!inyv at no
time, eutei f.iin views iiicoosintent with our
aotiiii Or JiijoUf.d iHiiiirtis; -I -rrtiUlf 6t-n.t to
the immigrant the blensin!!fl of food government
and the privilcr-ea. ot ritienship, att-nr ft anfe
period of'probauou, but lcthiin come here i a
tributary, as a means of supplying our .wants,
Of developing our reitfea. .iiather than tlmt
he should come as a predominant or indcendent
interest, I would consent we should .remain tor
a thousand years as we are. - I desire that the
frM.uili shall rule tlio South I lH-ve the
Southern people are tenacious of life, and aa in
Lurop the Celtic race has preserved its exb't
enre and characteiislic through ccuturtea-tif
pprtHt-it intenileil to extirpate it, an I am
! i I, v. t'te tfont hem ptsiplo, even nn.ler
tlie it", t a-N-era ciicumstancc, Continue li
riile t : iiii'iern ; (,,tes, sod five lone ami
it- rt . t ,e ii.b -ibilatits tiler. -of, no- matter
ho 4 i "! lien' Ij tl.eacce--i..i: ' -nnotlur
CoUt.i . s .1 s.i'tiin.a. . .
I find IIO f ..;'!..
tbo Couti'iii v, 1 ii! "i.
I tuOW Weil cnoi
bl.WM 1 Vibi. il f,
of ant wart ion io
c1 '' ';cn t:.l ft 'm t!
oi.iHunij, an I v ;.i'
back to a I .r, ;. .i.
let me n-.t b c
sir, viith pride ot birth ; on
nowlc jj'e it as a jiHt pride,
i 'i lni to iippici udo the
I. e!(, enjoy, to I' l l a plow
i ,0 pride wbii.li n. v ohu
. .r liinbrii bt a Nmt! Ca
i", on one tlo-y can look
: of aner -'iv born on h-r Pod,
!..... 1 c '..t'c.ueid in saying, it
Stop St I
I.f Hi K
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not a i
v . .rt so to bvs tliat, lin tliey
'!', on t " e f.tlier, they may Cut one
4 ,:m-s.-t att''i:thT UIHynrl by
iv. it ! noble and pi , i..ua
, : ' V . , , , I ,!D li:l. In- ( I ) t.
it . ' to the fori i n l .irn is
, v ' i ; ' v 4 i i.iiin :'it is a boon,
t r a l.i. li l, at Icn.il,
i I ue body lidviie; pdw
1 or limit its i"vet , . as
S- "1 b"t ; it becomes a
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it t t r'.
v . . , . coiu.-i red, ami, vU, n on. e
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: t i. i.-e I U it wi. to exclude
i t "! f ..i t:.; oih.-e under all r.
I mj; iipc-.e an irf.-nt.
' t to our tlioeen IK I '),,.,) c
a . I t ii rt ' .I.-. )..
, i in t. e tniik Iioiii
I t iv. I....-re he "rovs
. is ! -i i -'ne, he h.ii i i
v. i.., know no i,!l i- j
:iy b.il..b'i.ni; bioc-k, eveiy
., .c.r ..:,,, ,.j ,),',,
..-t ; ,.,(. ... ac. nil-,.., Ida
' - 1 -;i -t to fiis pur-
I e d id,-, Ids in-
I -."i '
t .n.-cnd. nt
li it ri;;!.l,
... l be exclu
ded from any oflici, within your pifl'f Ilut It
may be said that such a rase will Seldom, if
ever, occur. - To this I reply tliat it uiuat, to a
great extent, occur whenever citizen of for-
eiorv birth beoomc likely to be elected to the
olnee of Coventor.. And this is the hardship
of the esrcluaiao ; ilcsn never operate exts-pt ia
case when the people would nmh that it .did
not exist. " '- '"a.-r",. '- 7 rr-
. I know, Mr. Preaidont, that this exclusion ex
1st in some other State, but per lisps it will be
found on examie1'.. n, tliat those State have
no qualiiicatioti nv. iir"i Iob l wom.t
by ttut liutuve or axioined c.L.sii, aiia i .o...
gentlemen on this floor w ho bay desire to, re
tain the wori"natiye" in this connection would
rather give up that word, than abahdoii " the
other cjualillcutions prescribed for the ollice of
Governor. - The proposed amendment renders
Jhyipossible the election of a naturalized ritieii
to tliat ollice, bclore forty one years or ago, arid,
to be eligible at that age, he must have arrived
here bctrmr iixtpcn, -and have thew -become Jia-'
tnmlized immediately on attaining twenty-one,
for naturalization requires, in all cases, . a pre
vious continued residence in the country of five
years. It is a strange inconsistency, that while
foreigner cannot be a member of the liritlsh
Parliament, he may be king of England. Of
tlie twelve sovereign on the Knglish throne
since the accession of ..Elizalth, Ave j were
foreigners: James the fimt, Charles the first,
William the third,' and George the first, and
second. Tb two last could not speak English so
a to be Understood by the cabinet. When, they
came to the throws: " In onr own day provision
was made by the Pasliament fir Prince Albert
,V act, in certain events as Regent, who, I pre
sume, never set bis twit ow rtntisfe toil until
.tll anccd to Qneea V ictoria,: I b a ve al w ay re
ganfeii the exclusion of foreigners troiu the
liritish Parliament as having its origin in the
hatred of the English people to the disgusting
horde of Dntch parasites, brought over by Wil
iara of Orange, whom ! he loaded, with every
favor, and thrust iuto evttfy olllc. ; ,
4 I have said, Sir, that citizenship, when one
conferred, becomes a right which can be forleit
ed only for crime, and, as the incident follows
the principal, the attributes of citizenship
should be as sacredly regarded at the citizen
ship itself. Under our present Constitution the
adopted citizen is vested with certain political
rights under it be is eligible to every ollice
within the gift of the people, under It he had no
reason to measure his aspirations, or to chain
down an honest ambition; but it is now
proxsed to divest him, to a certain extent, of
the political rights which followed citizenship,
and, witheut any fault of bia, to pronounce him
disqualified, when hefure tin was, co'iid in the
eyes M ttio' law- til all titliers. '" am, Indeed,
utaj have been such hopes, if ever entertained,
but the hopes and aspirations which buoy up
the mind anil stimulate to exertion form a great
part of the joys of existence, even though ex
clusively con lined to a man's own bosom. Few,
not even the best of ns, would wish to expose
ttieni to tlie worm, anil wuen we nave encour
aged their existence, it is cruel, indeed, to crush
fliem out forever. I appeal, then, to yon, Mr.
President, I appeal to this Assembly, I ask. you,
and I Bak them, is it just to deprive the adopted
citizen of the State of those . rights which
once vested fn him under the Constitution f
To-biy he is eligible to the ollice of 'Govonior,
to-morrow it is declared that he cannot, and
will not, be allowed to hold the position, 'To
diiy his bosom tuny glow with hope, with an
honest ambition dear to every man's heart,
to -morrow those hopes set in darkness, and his
ambition becomes but a dream of the past.
Are the mcmbar of this Convention prepared,
sir, to Carry out this purpose t I think Uot. I
think, a .4ifcUff-J1.!iJn.w.Ui iatkty...tbe'u Jif
tol d exclusion should not .Ij adopted, or, it
adopted, Hint it should be confined in its oper
ntloii "to'thoso who may hereafter income
adopted citizens of the State, and should not
be allowed to a-wime a retro-active cliaractc-r.
Hut, sir, let the action of the Convention he
what it will, there is'but one course for me to
pursue, to labor in the future, as in the past, for
the infercsls and the honor of North Carolina.
I aut not forgetful of the land of my birth ; I
trust that lean It el fur her sorrows and sym
pathize, with the misfortunes of her sons; but,
in tho ido world, there is but one spot and ene
country tliateroke my dw pest hive the sput
where my children were bom, and the Slate
nliich holds in her bosom all that is mortal of
tho who were dear ttJ my heart. I leave to
otht is their views of duty in y highest allegi
ance belong to Km tU Carolina. i.
Tuts I'dtrtfurg i.t concludes an able article
in em lorwinent of the proposed National Con
ventioo 10 the following eaeellent spli it '..
MA .ciiii and attain we conjure the people to
let no idolatry of, and no antipathy to, old par
ty names and old pirty obli.oui ions stand in the
way of this appeal for p"ace, unity and the Con
stitution, Tha man who cast vote snd voice
i'aitnl radicalism ttot is our friend, ttiou.;!i lm
vol' il for the Wiltnot Proviso, oppo-od the 1'n
eitive Slave Law, con i I. red John Tyler a trai
tor, or doubted the poliwcal wi.-doiaof J'r. f.'sl
hinin. 11' thfl baVue for liir nn.l mS'-Tiantmity
and ciped ri. hts can bes-t be f"'C !.t, l. uioosli a
hly or even piobnhly, un.l.-r a bioim r inscribed
"National I'nion Parly," tt't it jtr fanner. If
the disabilities under wl.h h our peopln pro'an,
t an be-t be removed, and justice, equal and im
l..o;'..d. Is st be (jltiimd Iv I'artv Vthii U
'I i ..i.,re the r ..I " iiiOcr-u-v,
..: u-..d "Ji
.i.lj 1 1 Am.
n toe 1
in l.i .i'.ry. li n
lot l.s the co'i-craljve ulio l in ih
nation's p.,!,; i :d falvn! ion, bt il
I a, y, i." : .. . ' .
h ml. -ily
I'll -i.laut J.ibnm.n a
in-.t, I.CCO eicrted h'
I. .voiuc: i in;niilc-..
,. IS 4.f t!lC
Said to fall 1 1 1-' I"" li'iO'b.
Mtid composed of 1'1,'lcS, 1!
.,rnv 1 !.-. Is HI . -,!,"., 1
I nitcU buCcsv - ' t
l.S ,f the
V.'hat a cun "is thin" I" ;
ll ll 1 w hi II be Vi i 'k.S to B. t wi.ii
elands erect. It , however, tb
which canws him to r !.
rind r is I I'
:i l.u "
li.'-'.ll of ti
. i- Congress.
W. ? v -. '' .11 -,WHHKmit, July T, P. M.
' SnwaT. 31. Uiirgnn prvwnted the rinu.
stmlion of the Mew Vork ( lianils r l Com
nicrce a -ainst, the tariff bill, la-ntliiig ia the
Tho remonstranU Slate that the tariff would
lie injiirioos to the commercial, mercantile and
ainnufactiiring interest ol I ho country, and
would not Smyease the revenue if the tloveva
meui. It w ' rt t. i-r.-d t . i'ie rinnnrw CnnrmiO
. I tie Uiti to im.tt .it) and It x military IK'aClu
esUUlishnient, was Calhat npaed read, but prior
.10 any action tin its n, the ht uaU adjourned .
, IIocnK. 'I he llon-e was vugiigit III tlif con
sideration of the tiliiif bill. '
.X.L....Ji.;e ftUtiM, Tew !;.: J.
I tk , N. V., July 7, P, M. The uiachine
.work of iioiatia & Co., near this city, l cou
sunied with its contents, on i 'ednesday. Loss
npwartls of J00,tiua. . .
A Handsome Fiexi-nt to the Institute at
T : " South Denver. , v
Uosroir, July 7, P. M. Geo. Pealiotly has
made another iritt of $100, Out) to the institute
established by bira at Sou ill Itenvers - '
Belief for the Sr. Sorer by the IsiVF;
, : s ..: Portland. k
.,.-.. .,.-... jfEW Vom, Jic ' 7.
Money and other necesary K'1U4 is bein i
forward lilterally to the uilorer by the i oit-
The fiat of Stork Ih-okers sut.tTil"it three
thonaand dollars," the Corn Exclmiu' ene
thousand dollars, and private contributions are
Ibe city ot Boston has already subscribed
twenty-five thousand dollars in private contri
butions. .... ' ... v;i. .,' -'
' N'ewburyport Las subscribed tr'n . thousand
, There will be s general movement in alt the
Northern cities of this character. :"
The fire in Portland was caused by a boy
throwing a fire cracker among some shav:''".
The Cliolera, From Et Eominjo.Tke Tx
' cessive Heat. 1 ' "
, v r.t Kbw York, July 8., P.Jf.'
' A fatal case of Cliolera was reported In New
York last evening and also one in Ilrooklyn.
.1 Advices from SkJVnnintO l th -StUd. u!t.
state that the liberal policy of the former ad
ministration towards foreign eriterpr't ie is to be
contiiiuetl. The country is quiet, except ut
Scybo, where Guillurmo, one of Baezi's gmo-.l,
headed a rebellion which, it is expected, w ill be
easily qiiclUsd. .. ---- T-r
The heat ytsslorday Was intense, the ther-
nimneter ranging from 79 to 1)1 There w
twenty cases of sun stroke in this' City and
Ihooklvn, - ...
late from Euroje rij,ltis j r-tm.
', Nw Youk, July P.
Tiles' 'iu Rumit$ lin arrived With rides
to tho 2, "ill. lilt, ';" ' ..
The Cottoa liiaikct was boiiynut, at nn s l
Vam cofa quailcrto half peiuiy,-but closni';
lens firm, 1- lour and Wheat firm, Corn less
turn. Io, ni dull, uud Turpentine iuaitivutle
llillll 1. (on i1, fin t.t.-n rt f I .
. '1 lm l.i ii ch J, , . :y hud teinhreil their !
shrnalion, which h.ul l.ceu accepted by the
biee. U ia4o.iM4l thatlkiby willr firm A
n'.V fw.nistry. . , ;
The Italians, under their King, were repulsed
in u". t Un;' the Austrians mar Ver uor, on the
21th. The buttle laded all day. -Bolli aides
foindit biavely, but the all'.iir ended in the ile
f. at of the Italiana, The Auiir'niiis took 2' (
priaoner..'- ."'. - :::'"":." "--., ",v"'.'""."i
The ltalit'ii army redealed acriws li aiiu-
It 19 positively asserted Hist th.i 1 1 tnovoi i.ui
army Is surrounded and must ccpitul ttn to the
Prussians. , This netdsioiilirinatioii.
Nolhing known ot licnedi k's inoveiiieiita,
There bad been a revolt in Miidrhl, iu which
1,00(1 persons were killed tief.ire it was sup
prt Ssed. .
Ecvuliitiunin Cttha-S.mtli American 1. ; ;s
to wrc.t the I.-dind from f ;"tia.
' ,.. , '.. rt,' '.,.- ' lUlllMOUK, Jllly (I,
The ,;l";Hiid,'tp ( ! !, from II.lfina, with dab a
to tti tih, I rile in.po.taiit news, if tin". It
ia f, poi led, tbr. i" !. private sources, that a r -voll
had oi .. .ni i.- l in r I'm !o Priiiet;..', - the i,t-
Illd. pi lull l l 1
i Hint a, hirnii h
i 'panics of troops
, ft ho (!! 4 .
were ent ". .ni I
place, when m m i.
ever to the ii.-ni
,,, '- I t-j '' .... '
It is . . I .nn
,1 1 -nr i
in:' t!ie Chi:
onp'j on the,
I a I
' 'li.. '.: ;.i
b.iii -s later a Kices. It, is said In
rit lioii', ia, t.d 1 n.d..' hava f.r
1 a 1
to ttcc t. t'i.l.a !, ',. u 1 .Lav
.Vim ii. ia and ('.!""-' ia ( ijoiu Iht a
- The lii t tl.ice ai to fornii.li the in
i,'ifief ' ' "fii--.: -! S4pi t.iter(s..44:,l of
f.0.11 r iiS.i.ro t'!iii,;ratits who will embark f
tl.ts u.,st of Florida, ..-- ,r.
From Port ltlco. '
r Nw Youa, July 8, V. VLr
Atlvicr fmni Porto Rico ataU thatth slave
population Is rapidly dimiuialdng and that the
Sngar anil Coffee crops aiw not more than half
tli usual average."-... , - . "
Indisposition of th President, &eT""
' . . , Wasmikotdb", July 9, P. M.
'The President hajTbepB aoch Indisjiosed to.
day, 4hs IniHug to recciVu'till Vlaitors. .The hot
weather ill too rxhau-' ntg'i for his vigorous ,
con.. ') . .. , 1 : l-
A iiiaiuie guai d has I a en sent to Portland, by
or l r of the Secretary of the Navy, to aid la
protecting the city Irom thieves that have gath.
erJ there. . - - - .
.. 1 -'- r ...
; a tJ : . s. ,
-Hahimitn, July JP. M.
The Senate, to day, passed th army bill re
ported by Wilson. Tlie House passed Schenck's
srmy bill, which will necessitate a conference
committee, - - 1 , - ,.
The memorial of the N. Y. Chamber ot Coui-
mer.-e, protesting apslnst tb passsgs of th
Tariff bill, Was pre sen Ud toJhTIomie. Be-
lerred. " v' . t . ,l f s
The Tariff bill was sgftln considered and va
rious sections adopttHl. Among those adopt-
4 X wss on to suspend so much of the direct isr
imposed by the act of 1S61 as is nncolleBteit.Bn-.
til January, 1SCS. Si r. Morrill said (hat he con
sidored this on . h best measures of reeon-
'sf ruction'.'' " "" " .' 1 . j- .'. i ' T"
I'll bill v. i ,1 ted to the Hous by th ;
C'cmmi'teeof i.,u whole, whea a motion wa .'
made to postpone the eoiisiJoi'atioa of the LIU
until the next si - i. m : pending with b, the House
adjourned. ' "
Creat Tire in tie Cll esloni
LOCIBVILLK, rXNH., July tV "1
During the storm Inst n!'ht, the lightning -stnn
k a gas p!pe In a well, which . communlca- -:
te.l will the tank, Tlie tank exploded and the
O'l ran down to Bcrnhoff run, where the flame
reached 13 or (j other Lirj wells,' which Were ,
burnt np. Tie tanks of all exploded, causing
the heaviest loss ever experienced in the oil re
gions. -,; . ':
-. Upward of ?0,o:;0 bids of oil were di'stroyed.
Tie Cilcai CorpnsConvontioa of r' -called
Washing, July P( IL
Gen, Sickles will be instrnrted by the Presi
dent t.) obey th w rit of tfm Wbksa lie -had
r r "-1 to comply wiih lu the case of Bte
veus si.,1 1 .....as, Coiii'sned at Castle Plnkney for :
sliced nilir.b r. ' ' ' '"(r ...;'..
Gt.v. V. tt..;!oii, (celc:b' ;4, have" Issued an
sibhi tp those styh.,1 BoiitherB Irfyalists,'to
meet here in Ptptcmber, The projectors of this
f heme are ffi the interest of the Kailicit!. .
The Republican Ecnafors and Itcpivseutatirea
will meet in caucus to-luonow night, to look
after their party Interests as well as legislative
- T" . '.vie 8iJ r...aauaL -
f'ttw YiJiiK, July 0, V. M.
t ,.J $ i, . - : r
Cot-pon 0 i..,-t of 1SC3, $109. ": Do, or-1805,
in-,. - - .1 ' - '......-......
'I re,, -10 y iiolos, second scries, $10I1J. '
N. C. bixesfi,. '.' ii .-'. -',;v . "'
C4.Uo C.ui.i;.ilcs of.I,00a balcs.8C3a.
Vloiir , ipiiet. , tsates ot 7,(100 bbl. State '
ll.rillatlO.I.'i. Southern drooping, at f 10,50a
Wheat very (bill and (let lined Is cents.
Sales ot 21,0' ) bu In U No. 1 Milaaukic $3,40. '
o. ti 2,1 ... ? -v -,.-..i .c----."v,
Corn il , l it il 01m cent. Hales of 190,000
1 in' at t- '..
I srd In ..t V at tic
" t!V ' ...
, Surar'ainl Coffe dull. "
I lll pell' .HI!
'1 ;,.!!." k i
. Kosiu f J.Taaft.' ' "'"'
iiniiis xhow an increase in,
1 : in specie id" t blWiK.OOO; in
. . 1 1 . it , 111 di posits ol f 1,44)1.
u in le:od teiiilers of $2,281,-
loims of t ' 1
I) ; snd a il
0 ). :
The f.V'y of
Ool dab S to the,
1 f.i,:ii Furope. " .
Nt.vv YmiK, July 10,
Las ai rived with I.iver
h, one day's laler news.
Vhldhn;; i j 'and barely
and Provii-ions ouiet. A
7. Five twci.li.si 611,4(14.
I tint hal'i t.l,
,,1 i'ardiibii;'. p, hemia, says
is vt, .u bi an 11 in a r.dit near
a. al, 1, Ic 111 t,n ii dead ltl
1 I I . t is 11 t s' lt( 1,
d tnat tun 4rii-'.-i-4 in- nl was not-
1 4 1 t
1 d It
t t i o I'm . .
r in ar 1 in imn,
.) piiv.utea. ::
y t (
: e ill";
.1 14 ,1 (. '
ll siiiniis IT .! 1..11
nt, ( 1 ll ,t
1 ill I
' gtertii'jj IH, live--
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