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;ittirdar, AuS"l IVI4.
d ly excepted) at the folSowiiig rut; ,-
For D.iily, per year, . , . ; . . , . , . ; $10 00
mi inonuts,, t.-.-,.i,..i, t,-.,.i.,, ('
" .me 1,11,11th, I 00
M two loon! in, ......,...;;;.,,..: $ 00
Semi. Weekly, i year, ,. X , .; 00
Weekly, pet year,- ... i ... ,i ......... 1 00
Our terms are invariably in advance. Money
may I tent us hy the Itiil ennluitrs or
the Express Oompmiies, t -"s ,
' 1C53 and lSCO. ' --"".- -.
":. The mid is full of tdiMgt, uttltousi, social
and individual, stid many am! surprising ar
the tputatiou that a single dread mar witness.
V were in a situatlua to be close observsr
of eTcnti nJ ot ini-o in 1850, and It I our duty
and it still to observe Hu m closely. In that
jfear, when tlie Frta soil parly first assumed e
organited U vpe, and it was perceived that Pre
niont's chanc-a for an election to the presidency
wore really formidable, wo bad a -ceriaia claat
of itu n in the South who declared that euco aa
event would be good and sufficient cause for di.
lvii! tin Union, and t'.iat th South would
i!' : ,. ei;. If forever by n. Emitting to it; In
" i-r words, tb t the occ .ion would then bav
ai lived for llie exercise of that right of tecee
' ,m, winch t'., y 1, 1 1 I-,:, j -ht to make the
j ; 'e believe was inherent and ineontrovertt-
!. There was jwi Urm of rruwlieotilunMrlr
and bitterness, employed by those men, too harsh
to l,e applied to the Yankee, in general, aud to
audi men as Reward, Sumner, Qiddlnga, 4c,, in
p ntlcukr. Every ma in tb Boutb, who wm
"o 1 1 1 1 ed" t tli cir wwmo i ;" w rtcnoanr d
u li n abolition sy in pat 'liter, and bere in North
Ciirolina Mc ssr. Badge, Gniham,Oiliiie.r, Cling
ni'tn, r.nyner, Uoyden, and otbei ef similar
prominence, were bell up a enemies to their
aw-iion. 1'h moat terrible predictions as to the
(T.fta of Free-soil rule were indulged, and the
Boutb admonished tbat it was time to gird oa
Us armor and tight for it Imperilled liberties.
In 1 SCO. when the time arrived, in tbe Burri-
can oi'eata,fi(rfjiKrytaibea buaatful threats
into execution, a. few oi those, who bad txwa
particulttrly coiispli'uous in making thcni,"(lai.h
ed Cro," aud iurniabed remarkable illutrsv
tion ot the antngnuiiin between prufeaaloa and
praetios, When tbe war was thrnst upon at,
however, tbry went into it with great apparent
entlmaUiiu. Thry adviited the people to fight
until tbe last dollar and the but man Were
haunted, abuaed Lincoln as a tyrant and aa
usurper, itlgnati.ed Andrew Johnson as trai
tor and a devil, and vowed and swore, until
thpy were hoarse of voloe and red In the face,
tbat they were as true men as the Confederacy
coaUincaay wnara,';.''"'' : ' '"''- ::':;::.fi.','
1 In 1863, few reVeros sufliccd to Cool their
martial ardor, which was the more remark
Me, as the few to whom we refer (only a few,
for tbe mn't of tbow, who believed in the doc
trine of secp.teion, provi-.l by their acts the tin
peiity Oi their fttith,) v. era nowhere lien thf
perilouB edije of the fl'lit, but only "smeit the
battle iroin afr." They villllird Jtr. Davis and
pro(i-wd trt be seeking for peace by the very
furious method of dividing our people and (lis
traetliiff the riiuinon counwla. : To tell the
truth plainly, they injjloriotisly deserted ' those
whom tliey had for years been urging on to
danyer and stril'. -
In 1NC5, they professed to le the peculiar
fi lends of the President's policy of restoration,
because they were led to suppose, from some ot
his fir4 utterance, that it was hi purpose to
pursue an nnrel'-itinjj exiurse towards the van
iptl ,lifd. Pymie of thoat monntroua pervemins
which uen iliHtingum human nature, a
when the seducer t'ri.s with sudden hat ttpoa.
bin iiinfKfnt and hapless victim, they breathed
ont nothing but i!mihftr and: tbttateninga
a;' their unfoi lunate and mht;;uided fellow
eit ' II. ' " ' " ;
I i Im'i, when the 1'reHident hfttl fully devel
1 his benign, clement and niitnanimous mea
sure (or reconciliation, they foraiHk hiin to
cek a more congenial lustrunient for the grali
f, ut'oq of thi Ir divappointed hate and revenge,
T ly'they ar ttadicaiiiympi'hir,ia ftiti
(, '!., 4iind etiiitioiinbm a kb-that-' peattteat
an. I I. iiUiuli f.u tloii," Tliey p'rojoe to prse
cuti', dilranchiso and degrade their owa peo-
j. TU.y .i.,,a to puTI'down iha'tahrw f
.mblicau freedom Which W ft ronstructeii by
r f.f f .iliera; tir'tcar up by the roots , the
... ' .,f coi.n.auiumal Ulwrty, and lit their
i I , r r;i" t t' A : i;i "mo.! I re-
.-.." ti,.n tae ccnlr.iii.! ion theories of Eu-
:i : , I' ii. , I "., y vT.U t. :o ba:k
I two linn. Iced J"-
. .(., not t'.e eol
,.r ;.'-.. -ejif.r.i c
, and r-i'o!i-.!n) t in
I ft!ftn f I ' .lid
.i. .,!.,.,,, ;.;:..,,
an 1 in 1
. f t
if in if, but XV.ti
y iiti ' r its em-
i.s" iitory. T'l'-i.e
i! jlloiiii that hve
, ,s l,-r ''it . r t. 'l
li rv ''!" liiii
i.. I. I id !! bi
en ! t"
.. I" but ecnui
it. -mil ! l(v.
'. V,' l vo novv j. 'U'iiil returns
iii nl.i. h the vole aUudei
:io!i, ., ,....12.t5 ;
Mnjority tor Rejection, ....... M87 '
-: V"c u'-. "I I" r, .-.ftitr on! $iv oHiuiat return
Vlt..n I'm f;-1! voli in receivivl, and the renult
,. !,! .' -! o i ... . . f r rnilie
f::.' by foiudic. .
II I I l l-J ll'K I ONV T!N
V II i 1 ii! i' i" iii (ifl'e
. . i r ,ti.:;n- ! i. 'iMon in tne I'biladi -Iplua
t 1 1. II . it hi, A. Ot.i..:tot wus one
( f i I',. iii in u t on Resolutions ; lion. Jno. A.
i r k I ! iita f an 1 W A
' i . ' '?. fi?u: t '.;r.ir -ontrranr
v i i I ii . 11,0 Hoard t(
iu i. Iiiii'.ml fuinoiini-.ca Steven cne of
, i i t:...t !. Tin-re baVe tlixv Iteen ti n
, .i. t.
Tit lorta Carolita Constitution. 7
i u returns tuns rarr.e(veil from Jfort far-
siltuti.m baa l-a n Sfrted. Some ot tha ttadl-
r..ub , nMj,,HT in uvw r,io
catsv whose headareas HittAdled aa their heart!
are-malignant. eiilt in ibis as a triumph over
Freaident JotlXkoa, and a defeat, in North Car
olina, ef his p.li7 of rDeootruclion. a tha
eootrarjr, (lie rejection of the pmpoatxt Constl
tnliosi by a popular voUeipiodea the Itadieai
calumny that the president baa tntertcrad with
tbe rights of the Slates, by imposing oa them
constitutions, to which beextorted their consent.
Alt tbat president Johnson did was to protect
tlie Ktatee ia tlie f'trinaUoa of constitutions for
tliernetltre, the jieooie beinir aa free in their
miM aa they are In any of the other Stales.
It tueyeloet a convention to frame a.eonstitutloi
trT their fonairtnrntiiiM a t i mmm miihiIimm
rejet ,h. draft, withih; same freedom of choice
which would bo exerted ia the State of New
York. The freedom with which the North
Carolina Constitution baa Ik en afivaaed, and
its rejection fif the full returns shall show that
it baa been rejected.) atUat tha frlo of po-4
w u u inai otate, ana vindicate rreat
dent Jofiftaoa again! thxha ge ot imposing
vpoa ins Doumera states constitutions to wtitcb
they do not Consent. Every State is as free to
revise ita eonstitutiorr as ft waa to adopt it;
there being no difference, ia this respect, be
tween tha btatea north and those south of the
Potomac. A's York Wli'U
Wa have heretofore indicated that the New
York World was one of tbe most intelligeat
among our Northern exchanges.;. It eniformly
txblbita a fidraxas and bonersty, as well asa prop
er sympathy for the South, not commonly lound
In the Northers prens.
,Ti? tract than states the fmiat-eMreetry
In regard to the amended C'ouatiUtuon, recently
aubmitted to the people. Ita rrktloa, howev
er, had nothing to da with the naiUmal ilatttt
of the ,tate. If the Convention, at Ha first
scsaiwnrbad simply revis-d d corli Bed' the
old Constitution, embodying the organic law
tbea ia esistenee, and had only made those
changes which tbe requisition of tha National
Government demanded, and aubmitted ft to the
people, w bara aa doubt It would have beea
adopted almost nnsniinou.ly. But tha people,
aot having beeo consulted la regard to other
serious changes made by the C'ouventton,
wholly relating to Stat policy, and "becoming
dissatUrlgd with tlw .cnnlinnsnce aad aapea
livenes of the body, rejected It. Ia doing an,
they have expressed no opposition to the Pres
ident's policy. Indeed, the people have rati-
led that policy atready t the ballot-bo, and
aine-tentbs of our peopt still aupport Itr-. Th
unpopularity of the Cooventlou itself, caused
by it remaining second session, and receiving,
a the people night, high pay, and doing
What they be l U red to be unnecessary, what
they bad not instructed it to do, and what they
believed It had no right to do, it tha chief and
principal cause tf ;U rejection of tha amend
d Constitution, if it U rejected. (
Vwm iLtuaTaATiosa W abomloate pol
itical preaching or tha introductioa- of politic
ia the pulpit. "Christ and Hire cruel fled," and
all cognate subjects, are alone proper for tht
acred place, . Yet gospel minister aaay illus
trate, very fitly, a Christiaa doctrine by a hia
torical or, evea t political k ailusioa. For la.
ttaocf, a minuter of the gospel, preaching soma
days ago from the text, "Ask and ye shall ra
eeive,aeek and ya shall flnd," 4c, in Impres
sing upon bis bearer the manner aad Intensity
with which the lii.tier should aetk pirdoa, Il
lustrated it by alluding loth industry; apeciab
Ity and intennity ml& which Slierman's ia
mtrt sought treasura. Said be: "If tha sin
ners af this congregation were to tuk pardon,
with th sams intensity aad determination to
find it tbat Shermaai bummer sought for tree
aura, leaving no aton unturned, puncturing
with their rod aad spears every toot of ground
supposed to contain Ui (Searching avery nook
and corner with uawcar'ed diHgrrtea, evea- to
th finding of a' darning- Bee41e, Jiow aooa
Would titer find It !" It was aa illustration to
th point,. Th people tf that neighborhood
had ill the operation keenly, and w t!i
point at as their countenance indicated
" We obeerv that a very pious ootemporary I
horvifled at such fulilienl allusion ia the pulpit
Political, Indeed I It was eminently hlrtorkat
and apposite. No wonder that curb prrme art
chagriBod aad horrified, when tJie-
historic! tlliMioninad to. their ju,jt.)I p
porter; when th sams presses rvv utter almost
daily crimination tgalnst their a people, to
wbtim they ar indubted for 11 tbty posses and
"joy. v. . , .
ravin; Xnio'c&t Hack..
TU "Eurestt mca" pmfea to hav a very ten
der concern for th freedinen. AV commend
to their early attention and sympathy, th larg
Buiuher of roti";j, iuduluut negroes, who are
filling our town, to the ?rhus injury of tbe
suttlr black, who are dipo'd to work, and
to the great annoyance and injury of the w hits
peoj !rt,'wbe ecanty lur t.-ri are niada to ulTcr
Vt"JuiL-o there cannot be lea than SOO able
bodied men Slid women, perhaps 1000, who hav
left their homos, where they could get work
and food, and congregated In this city,' who
bar no regular iitpjoyinctat nd aa vlaiUe
meant of support. If they r siiuererl tore
,nia here in blh'nens,thry row miw and mora
vlJou. Tin y f.H a ready prey to th evil de
tiftn of bad men, nd much evil may grow out
of it The peace, harmony tnd order of society
esa only be secured" and preserve.! by wuring
pro.r',lUe U!or to the popn"talio. Whea there
s an vce cf hi borers, thrr ni""t s employ
lie it lieie It I I" l' (""ii i, Uierle iilienrs
and cum aia ur to follow. - 1
I'jiw in W ij fof The Newliern JiW learns
t'l-d o'lite el: turlisnce occurred ia tha town uf f
Viin U"t we, k. From the account, - It ap
pear that u s;'jy took ptaca between some
w hi'i-s snd negroes, ia which on or two of th
,rr were rvre'y wotmtb-d. . - -
A v.. i ' "f ts'l t'.e'woi! I i'.l be has
Air mi i -rsnr r a'' X 1" J 'oj:e
bare looked st it. Now for Io!ic's rnzor.
The Iti tuibhca'ik lauj;h so aiuch at the I'bila
delphia tonventioo that they threaten to split.
j Ta Creat ITatioDal TTaiott Cwbt.Uob,
I v Tbe ipeet Conventioa at' Philadelphia ad'
i joarned ea last i
Joamed t last evening. A more Imposine body,
w poiui oi ntiiigeiice, public virtue or num
ber, hs never aasrmbled la this country. Front
th first ioceptioa of th Coaventioo. though
aot entirely angniue, we here been hopeful, of
ita access, u ss a Meeessi tnd its Influence will
1 felt powerfully ia th earning election sad
la the future of th Republic. '
Th programme contained fat the call of the
CoovnaUon wa aot what we, a purely Booth
v would have warmly embraced or en-
1 ired. Thera was souiethintr very tepinrnairr.
I evra ia tbat, to our Boutheni pride and linirt
I-i r- i -- is. : " "s -
" 1 tBWB, ,nr J",8'
gav tt Its sanction, a wine, cxmservativa aad
politic. There were a thousand free, aad ma,
growing' out f the discussion ia reference to
the Convention, which, a purely SoBtheni men,
aietiiair jMift; bat' aiNaibmal tnbin men.
JtaastaVasa at our iiTiDVa"apt,ruTiat
- IVtwlth tha Coaveatioa in It doings and acta.
A purely fiotjtbera fnei, the introductory
aceae, In which the MassachWtt and Boutb
Carolina delegnUs were the actors, afforded
room for doubt, hesitancy, nay chagrin, but,
aa National Union men, we rejoice at the wniv
ing of a straw which brings the North and South
In ehwer accord and harmony. Nor can W re-
garu r.in remarks we bare siwn la aoiueof our
Boutliern cotemporaries, ; ridiculing that scene,
a ju(ii, ion) or g, nerous-. A pnteiy Soathem
men, we bnikeil opnn the spirit t vinced to keep
Jfallaniligham, end Wih,1, and otliers, out of
th Convestion, M anything else but kinder
Biagnantmoua, but, a Natioaal Union mea, we
autMMle it tohave been jrnHciotrr, pntitic and am
ervttive to have opposed their admirsioB ; tnd
their noble and magnanimous declinature ia
abov all prala. . -:"TV;iis '.'t
Equally so, there are prank ia tlie platform
of tle Coaveatioa, ami exprrsaions In the sd
dre, which, as purely Southern men, art gra
ting and distasteful to ut, but, as Natioaal Union
men, wa aaa at aad upoa that platfurat aad ta
dors th address, t fh great lever of political
revolution In th Ifcrmblieto the ead of effect-
'Ing tit lesloralioB of th goveraateat, th Uaiim
and th Constitution, to tiielr original sWim.
Aad Ilk Hoja Presidaat, wa M it will ba
date. Wa hava aa aUdiug faith la tha priad
plet of th father of th Republic aad ia' th
triumph of troth, law and order, over fault
eism, Btisrula and despotlov Th resUiratioa
of throld Unioa aader tha Constltatioa, at it
Uf w regard a to entlal to AmerieaalihWty,
th peace and prosperity of tha aation, that w
ar ready to make any tscri flea, which does aot
com promts ear ItUrtg and our sacred Avaor, to
obuiatt. .. , -.vv! ; I
But, peopl of North Carolina t tuch a Unioa
a th Radical omend to our lips, uch a
Uaioa a W..W. Holdea and his apporter
commend to oa, tuch a Union at Daniel R. Good
loeaod hi "Suathera hiyallats" commend to us,
atiakt la th aottril af every tra Amaricaa
tt would ba mora poisonous, more", destructive
to American liberty, thaa th blighting effluvia
of fb Won vpat It to tniinal lit.
. . Let th peopl id tbe Boutb merge their pre
ferences, hope and wishes, la th one great ob
ject of 'restoring th Constitutional liberty,
peo nd prosperity of the Whole attloa.
Burdensonte and humiliating, and destructive
to our Mtetiiijir of
Cuioa have beea aud may be, let as still cling
to American liberty, to th Coastitutiua and
Unioa of tha Stat tha government of our
fathers, at tha bvt plank which still keep
afloat tha bleaaings of conatituuonsl trerdom,
thouub all thing els be drowned to tlie water
of ttrif aad political convulsion. " . ; I ;
j f M , mm, i - r. .ix-,
''''-'I " " the rJout if, i.
A friend write rrTrr"SC
: I received, soma day duos, a b-tter ' from a
lady of BUiuiore, l? whose family I have beea
indebted for much hospitable kindness., extea
ded to ine far th take af my4 eld grey coafff
which noble unilonn tier iwothers also wore.-
She has lately seen Mr. Davis at Fortress Jlon
rue, I send you what (he say of biin, copied
feriatii front her letter. It was aot, M eourse,
ateant to-be aeon,- and- wat-Tvrilte.il" ciirehs-VI y aa
on writes ta a friend hut it give 4ei ;g
picture of th coudilion snd suilVriit,': ol I. mi
who has beea persecuted, it amy i even uuua
death, for the act of os ll. puhli h them ,tr
not, as you think best. Ills cmue should l
kept cbiwtantlj befor as tint we ijiny not be
guilty of the dishonor of forgetting that C u
bite leader of our great cause is en.lnri" ; tlie
treatment of tv fcluar-thut ac may j;ive him all
that we now can. our t',,! n"t sviup.ithics and
most eaxarat prtyers lr hit li,e and ileliver
snc:'' txinAcr.---.,.. i
"One of my t-'ps thi Pumiur, w hs to For
tress M'Mirne. I tboed with i!r. lvi, snd
aever t,i a: I u-y 1 'i I ' ' i-i d Bi' l
touched as I w s t ,at ti v. '1 lie lieroi.-.iu with
which lit lrr I i vsried ll".-riliS lllicoill-
pliii',:i;.'y I I L " r a .- h .iteiire in
ail my luc btfore. 1 i-, pos-,.1,1 be can live
much longer; be known 1 , mi l is only anxious
to live lor hi trial. At h , bis cxectitloo,
would not lie the greatest evil. "Item-mlicr, I
do not wish to be executed, but th,u i t -r froiit
tieinr. thegrratrst evil ; I do not wish them to
tell their ttory to p,lcrity. I will vindicate
my own honor, end that ot my people." .
ile srnikeof "bit tray" w ith tears In bit eyes,
and with great enthusiasm, saying that history
did not record tuch an trmy as bt. . , . , f
I gave biia little mementoes from tome o( hit
army, - It tducbed bita exceedingly. '
I eaa't trust myself to enter into this luhjcct,
as I thall write pset if I d I bav come
away with t revrrnce for the man, and atm
love for him. II wat touchindy kind to nie ;
taid I had done biin good, tnd made me promi
to come again.
lie 1 so weak that he It forced to II do -most
of bit time, and It tcarc !y the shadow t ,
whst I enca knrw.
liis religion fal'h Is u!,!'ine si: 1 it rw !
to me, a if everyt!,ing earth It, el-out the nnv
khl beea eabim4 ay wn t rfhii- deft fr.
Whnt ' p'uit,ual. ; 1 lie el! irt he Bind to en.
t," -n as wasyreet, tK'-t 9' t:ii"t r!m! w .
biittt, it'Wsa-hsrd to realize Ins h, p. u i:.-e r
fur as this world Is concerned ; but a we ' ,
sy, th hoH'le iHik, out r,f which s i l r t
bad fueled. Slid the sad, quiet, fe-l,le wsy.in
which be turned and walked into I s pi:-", n.
aearly broke tnj beait,w
" Tnt AccorsT of tha ITew Ortearw ' riot hat a
startling and alanhoJy interest to thou who
look beneath ths surface. Just ss tlie. trembling
lafihe earth orvtlie tfUPtioB, jf flime JeJI,.w.
tbe interuw fire, leep liurteu iron awniiy is
th H of th tlobe, the decease of
tag-lWiungtor blood,, show bo atraagely
alterative ar th opposition of rate, In vain
fur fanatic fats history shed its philosophic light
OB the pstt, In vsin ha the' anUgoniara of
race pmduced it startling effect through all
tha tid af time. To no purpose did 1st, Do
mingo ma red with blood, soaruelly abed, be
eaaseof tha repulsion of colors. So fanatic
soora te aquar , their tbeorir to human nature
they try to bend humaa nature to their the
rk Tl'cy make aa llonca fi Uiueorclr
eumstauee i their car of progress must adrano.
tHwigh iwntrwt at errry mitutliMt of ha wheerr
with th blood ot human sacrinc. , Pursuing,
their darling dream of na'ro equality stall
hsxanls, they hav opened 'tit door to violeoc
st New Orleans, and caused th blood of th ig
uumI tnutmntrntaai their wsaaloBa to flow. '
- Whilst we profmwdly regret tlie outburat of
tanaiic me'c. and would earnestly counsel ad
persons st the South, and ehsrwhere inroorcounf
tr y, to (Utaiafroa r.re tnd religiously respect
tbe laws, w cannot but condemn ia tlie ttrong
est terms the anlawful sad reck less courie of
the Radical conspirators In invoking the agency
of a dead convocatioa to establish their policy.
They andertak by fraud, uiuhr e'rcuuistaricH
of the moat aggravated character, w ith the
niwt violent threats, to subvert th Institutions
of the State and erect party deapotuim rantlDg
on ncijro suffraj. The melancholy eonserjiien
er of tlieir action might bav bora foreseen.
Th question of tlie dilTerence of rice at the
PiMitU reipures to t bandied with (he Bit ex-(jtii-ite
delicacv. It it 1 handled rousrhly the
saddest result ef pWrt hmy psfl loiikeirt;
for asnstural constrjuence. tJ r r ;r
- Aa effort ismade in eertais quarters to throw;
blame npo th President. The Preablent's do
spstcb refttiired the "civil suthoritics" to be ana-
tained.; T.hfJ!!!'-lr't.'gll)i till i""',ng" .'''
It is ins duty l sustain the law and the exirtinif
civil Institulimis of th eouutry. The sttack of
the niol on tb Convention wa aot the work
of tbe "civil suthorities," but done in (pile of
them..: The police, representing th civil power,
protected the Convention, tad those who were
killed were killed by the mob io spile ol tb
police. jYittowof InUUigenttr,
- t6ty lei a womaa be urtril tue Tt pre
cioosto her husband not aselul, not valuable,
onvrliil,atnily,- bwt hwelf and fcefottar
Jet brr ne tue recipient t bis polite, hearty at-,
ten ti oris; let ber feel tbat her. care and bve
ar aotieed, sopreciaied and returned ; lef 1ier
opinion b tsketl, her approval be tought, and
net judgment respected ia matter iawtiicb the
Is cognisant in short, let her only T he loved,
honored a I cherished, ia fulfillment of the
Binrrug vow, and so will b to her huslfand,
and her children and society, welj spring of
pleasure. Sh will bear pain, and toil, and
anxiety, for her hushsnd's love is, to ber, a
tower and -fortress. - Shielded and sheltered
therein, adversity will bav lost its stinir. Bite
jnay suffer, but. sympathy will dtrlt the edge of
sorrow, v.- t; ... ' ?. '-' '
A bouse with Wi ia It snd by lov I mean
lor expressed ia word, sad looks," and deeds,
for I have not on spark of faith ia love that
never crops out is to a house without lore ts
person to machine; one 1 Ufa, th other 1
mechanism. The 'Mmved woman mav bare
bread just aa light, aad a bouse lust a tidy a
the other; bnttu latter, ha a spring of lirsuty
B'xmt hr-, t Joyonsnasa. aa aggressive aad pea
etrating aud pervadinir briirhiness to which th
former tsaMraoger. Tha deep kappiassj in her
nearc snine eat la Br laee. title is a ray of sua
liuht in the home. 6be irlesni over it. It It
airy, aad gay, aad graceful, tad warm, and. wct
cnm'mg with her preaeac f sh It full af device
tad plots, aad iweet surprise for ber basband
d family the- has aever -ilea with -tbe-ra-mance
of lite: she. herself, is a Ivric rtoein. set-
1. ting hertelf Jo all, pure attd graciojiloaies
tiumoie uousfuohi wsys- snd duties have for
be a goldea lgniucanoe. The prie make
tli calling high, snd tbe end mnctifle the
mean.: .-Love U beamn, aad heavea 1 love,"
GtUKSAL Kalt.A corrcsivmdent of th
Louisville Charier, writing from Toronto, Can ay
US, WSJ K " " ' '
" "(Jeueral Early arrived Here a few day shice
trout UaliHm, hy which rout hi had Come from
Cuba aad Mexico. He looks at well a wbea I
tw him contemplating the dome of the Capi
tol from Frank Blair's lswa fat July, 1801, "ot
withstandinff his extensive travels hy horseback,
trom Lynchburg to Oalveeton, and thence, by
vessel, io srexico ana nere, s Mated. it will
W tothoa who take aa inti-n-Kf
the truth of history to know that General Earlv
ba written a asrrativ of bit operation during
the last year of the war, Including hie services
with Gun. Iee's armv trma tbe lUnidan In "tint
Janiisvaml hU aampalgn 'In'illiitylaiTd tl;
ine eueBanoonn- yatiey iSii!ns....riUerdiuia.-.Ilil
hianusi;ript 1 nearly ready hr the'' pre,- and
will make, exclusive of maps, aa octavo pamph:
b-t of alxiut one hundred puget. Sen.- Early,
slclinttf;tnwiik it asomre of prntlt.'witl pull
lish it at bis owe expenae,tt contrilintirm to
history. It will create sensation, end will be
very readuM." "
Cooi Adrico to llaton. . . ,
1. To liv more punctilioimly faithful to Ka
souio principle and teachlnmt, practicing
ttrictty all the moral tin ties, snd being more de-.
Voted to charity; ..
9. To check the introitiiction into the 5rder
of the hniiiiii.il, V.yp. curious, the Ignorant, and
the sv ' , h ; . - -' -
.3. T cense fc.Hiivals, snd pmresxlonjf, snd
hows, wherehy there are atirscted to u th
upeihViid and the unsteady:
4. To encourage Kiwonic liU'ralura," -whereby
sll our brethren mny be . enlightenail and
str. e -iieiied.thp ! iy having passed wlrcn igno
ranee cn any mora assist ilasonry than devo-
, .,. f
li. i !i ' ie our thowv rvL'aliaand rmnlni
i" 'y li.
i s wiiite
- r - j
. ,-n"; to r-i!uceour titles and deimm tn lui
simpler an I ol ler tormula; to forbid present to
Wo.vr, whrreby corruption and fayuritisn aw
er"en,lere, ; to prohibif all electioneenng tor
"' ! aadeHs-ia!ly to become a secret society,
(l.iioir (rood to sll, without ostentation. Xifwn-
ul U-w.,.1 ;z,rx;--Vi
Tn Vai.ie oa VihttiaiA. What North
Carolina stihlier, ol General Lee's srmy, it there,
wlio has not kimlly and pleasant rwwl lections
oi i e - eimii.i-tau nsneyi, vt ner tlidj, tliey
j i t wUh r a.!'., sympathy, where, whwer rif
I f ;: CI J't'icy gi t more 'nVtl.eie' 'Mlrsing,
I or w no f uniii ued them With hiryr lvarrt af
j 1-m t, whee bwiiry, thaath fiml people of
i ;.. ; -"y v . . f.'trom Stituh'tuD to'; the.poio-
viHCf i soi.i.ers have aot forgot to . the
- , , Ulv the willliewwii. plsssA.,
x, t t.s l ii i'oiury is last m-ovenug
! t en I ,t of lluiiter't ruthli.'s iud
,r I iiiv.t.,n an Ideai'latioB. ,
t!,, ir U in. i', su I our owe, wa -wiH the
a fell - l soonly rrtnrn of ttt ''foimeV:'
T. t--. .,-n bwte.-. ---v----- :;r
sproa, the- ttadgeof a(wttbrr-irthe',itnrri'e Uat all is peace
Till PEIIAIELPIIIA C0SYZNTI0JS.
TLCGBA9I ' rRW THE IKESI-J
1 . - PuiLAiisii-uiA. Pa. Auiz. 15. r. M.
- The Committee oa credential! reported in fa
tor of th admistioB of Oea. Crosby' Maine
dolegaUott. ,,.! Ur"Hi.i '.rr'I
... A letter irota Mr. Ysllsndighasa wa testl
amideaucb applause. After stating lhati tlie
Uttio delegation had passed resolution eador
aiag him as a duly elected dele gala, hi patrio.
tlm and fitness to represent hi constituenls,
aed dtsiUsEiag tkeU rum to. jtml by bjiri
in the aaacrtiua a his rights a a delegate,
hould he think proper to present himself to
the Cuarentioa, be y: Yielding my wu
deliberate eoavictioa of duty aad right to the
sluKsst uaaaimoue opiuioa aad deairesst friends,'
w boss w iaibim, aouiulaea f juilguwat,. aad
sincerity and purity ot utotivea, t may sol que
lira, to the end tbt iki 1"'11 ' ptfu'44M'; yi"t"",',g r-ttrTiMifp vt
erva, trom any quarter, fj ssy jwwtroverted
tpuatioa ar disturbing cicatetst ia tins Convm
lion, to mar its harmony or hinder in any way
the results to tlie cause ot L'uuetiuttiottsl Uuiou
and puhlie lilierty, which shall flow trom its
dtdiberstlooa, I hereby withdraw from the Ohio
delegation, and decline taking (eat la the Con
era lion, -lata profoundly omsuous toat tbe.
saoctity and mugnitudeot th iuUrvsts involved
In tbe oreaeiit Itoliticnl eanvaas ire too iuiinenw
not totlctnuind asacrilice 4$ every personal con
sideration In the struggle, oa the issu oi wuiui
as I soleinuly believe, nt tbe present peace and
ultimst existence ut free Republican govern'
iBetttoe thiseontinem:. la cunclusion, ha trust!
tli proceeding will ba hannonious, tha actios
.wise, and that ths results will becrowaed with
triiiniDU." 1. 1. 4n,.tN ,, t-n
.:. Tbe following despatch we received iron the
cerement: , i. ,:.
Wssiitjwtoii, Aug. 14. fa ieaa, O. U.
Broteif and A. W. Jtandolli-1 thank 70a for
your cheering aad eacooreguig despatch. The
fliiger of God is unerring aad will gaida yen
eafely tbroagh. . Tb people must bo trusted,
and ibe country will be restored.. My faith it
unsoaicea in ultimate success. ,. . t , - i,.-i
' fSigned.) ' ANDREW JOHNSON,"
' Tbe Convention acTjburneil . uatil to-morrow.
10 o'clock, whea the Committee oa resolutions
will report.- Senator Cowan iachfurmaa of th
committee, ., ( , , , (. i
t tf S Yox, Ang. IS, P.M.
' By the steamer LVtrtp,' from Havana, later
Mexican advice: are ia.. The statement 'that
tlie Emperor had re-formed hit ministry fa or
roc. la a Utter to the Presideatof. th-old
aiiiustry, thanking bint f bis eervieea, aiaxl
mllian explain that th change is made to se
euraaaitraad tb paciiVatioa of it be countrv ,
end yi it 1 ht harmony with tie mission of
tbe tmprcta, asa tlemosstrate that th gov
vrotncDt act ia aocerd with iuglorion allies.
II then appeaisjor narmooy ot actios among
the people to sosttia Bias Ui-, ,t,fj 1
Foreigners hav beea authorised to arm and
protect themselves,, whee (b polk give inuf
ficjeat aid. -,( ' ,1 ,4 i,t ,r . . f . i
!-i Utierri I la over-ma llie coontr j, committing
many ucpreoauona.. , ,t ., t i;..
i m ,1 ,, ; ' ' .i . ; -w I
;. PudooaFreadaiea' fiire.r '
1 -..i .. s . J. WaMiaawn, Aug. 13, P M. -
' ery few pardon are applied" fsr and tOcb
iuily'pranted by the President s com under
th 130,000 clause. Several ef that class. In
Alabama and Georms Wew pardoned to dv.
Maj. Kldridge, oa the ttaff of Gert. Howard,
bat msde a report to the latter ef hie pertoosl
(paerrairon 01 to wonting or tn uereaa tn
Alabama and Ueorgla. lie sav thst -more r
tion are being issued to the people than ii tt all
necessary and recommends discontinuance. : I
,i',J ft " l , w f I1M , ,. t k i
Hy the Ciuie-iTetterday. Eoropean Newt, J
. . , 4 sag. iu, rioon. '
11 is reported, to-day, on good authority, that'
the F rench Government has abandoned the ides
of extending the frontier of France br the tn
nexation of certain Oermtn province oa the
, , ' . BHMit, AugT'13, p, M.,
A Council of State It holding it sittines In
this capital, and- mgirgrd in lb eooslderation
ol Ute roakaexstioa ttt tlie State la Southern
Germany to tbe Oermtn Confederal ioa. . ; i
1 . 1 J Mist ... , , '! I 4
Tha Great Conveuttat The Dotkratioa Of
I " , -' 1 Principle, i -,
" ' " - P1111.APKt.rHia, Ang. t; M. r
' -The Convention met at 10 o'clock this mora
Ing. The Wigwam crowded to H utmost ca
pacity, half the audu nee IntHea. -
' ' Senator Cowan, from the Committtvi on Tffso.
rntions and address, presented a lrl;trnti a of
l,,.i,i,-, s nu n sh ,iiiinmiij anrr enriin!.
-airtieifly--atlopted;--" "' , ;jf-3Fxr-i-y. ,-r-
It tteehtre that tha war ba maintained the
ntlHirity-f the Constitution snd bawfmwerred
the Union, with the equal rights, UiwiiJ. and
BHiiioriiy oi ari tus DtiMes perfect and Unlin
psired : that repmentatioa in Congress and lu
the Elettoral Colleges, ia the right of every
Statej which eeit her Congress aor the' general
Government have say power to deny that Cob
gress hi bo power over the elective franchise,
uui mm niriK Deiongs to- eaca mate; that no
State has the rij,'ht to withdraw from the Unioa ;
tnat on all Constitutional amendments oil the
Htntes have sn equal right to vote; that slavery
I abolished and forever prohibited f that the
national debt in sacred snd the Confederate
debt invalid; rec,"nis pnyinent fur the sur
vieetof Ferlernl soldier and the debt due by
the nation to them and their orphans, if and
endorse iTcsMcirt Johnson for bis steadfast de
votion to the Constitution, laws ami intrrestsof
thecminlry. ' ! '." ' ' :.- tt .
Senator lHtllt!, In liTsopeninjf a.ldrewt, euld
that tlie Convention "was one' of llio greatesl
events of the esa. It waa tb first Naii,inl
Convention in six yeara, and mean bile there
11 art rteen I,UXKI. aL'onv anil tear rtt i.-l.
aiam." It the people of th wbolo coantrv
could see the fraternal feeling here there win lit
i ao stru,'t;te at tbe polls this rail; fLet at be
ntirinr In our eicrfione from this ; tietei ontil
the election to see that the next Congress shall
secure to the States th tarred right of repre
nttnin: When -tht'lrmn tti,rnrr J re
stored J and when that it reatoved, we thall
enter upon a bialier and nobler career among
th nation of the etrtb than has rver yet ttecn
occupied by any government fOreat anttlsiiry, 1
- ' The arldiw was prepared by Rrtymund af
Nnv Yrk, and -ad by hinr. .
-- The" Kirentiv tnd Ilosttciul Committees
Were then annoanced. m t .7'
Anions; tne V try; l-riMi.lepU sraX.WcMpfinsM
riii,roi!-n,i vs., a. G 1 1 mer, f . N, 4 J,
Jadge.lUndall, Florida, Judge' Ward!, . (' '
F'A-b,?vtt,: A"k l-l''!lslss
Alnbsin. and W i1"". Trnni-tssss .-.- - -
Gov. (iruiiatn, ol N. r;, is ne ol the Commit
tee 0:1 Rtoliilions. Also. Cuncb , M i Iinn
rrtnecctkut, Iwnon-I, X. T,- t iO,.
si. I., 1, rrv. fl. t- fj,,.,.!.,!, a 1- I
-1 : .1 .it ..... ,----t -"--,1
s-ouisiane, ami otiier.
li;-, ij;.,:.4 Sff.,. 55,.'". ' 'If;',:-,. "
'' -' ' -' 1 ' ..
t s is r ,Ns,sT(YoBa, Auglfl.'P; M.
A tliiatratJieo tiro ocenrnd this moraingt .'
Fligemin't drotr wore on "Broadway was oue
siliued. r Los 90.000. Rovers A lira,; Silver
platere, and Cortot as Co., tor aad wool desl-
era. alee tufjured to- the amount of 133.000.
Eleven case and six deaths of cholera report-
ed to-day, and eleven came ia Philadelphia on
yesterday. ,., , ... . , ,
-1 The PhiladelphJa Coareiitio. '
Pini.AtKt.rnU. Aot. 10. P. 1L
f After adopting the declaration of principlce '
tlie timvention adjourrjutl iii, 1 her will
be en addreet isriiiii to the people of the UuU
ted 8tatos ht or.ee. - ' . ' .' ; ' r '...,--.,3
r 'i -, From Mexico. c -.l
.., -. . Nitw Yoke, Aug. la. :, ...
.TiieiTf7,r City of Mexico correspondence
siivs that fifleen citiwes lutve beea arrested,
with a. contpinicy to abdrirt Maxindllian and
brrld hint until tiacrmsented t abdicate. ' If .
Tlie fanta-Anna Ortctra eonsiiiracv is said to '
Mexico anil oilier prnuiineut cttlxena.. : -
' The ew1hini!ry da said to be very nprtpu-r
lar with the native klexicHUa. i, - ..,. ,
Ah insurrection rccenily took plnce, in tlie -ytule
of Vera Crua, end 500 Aliiiina scut to t,
(pielt it, with the Iiliperiiil ollicert, were cap- .
tureil. ' , v - .,,), I
,i-,i l-.i: . From Canada. . r
Nkw Yoiik, Aug. 18. :
A Toronto icci nl suvs thut l,lioi) voluutoert
were stut to Fort Erie to wut, h Fcuiuna. A
part became Intubordiunte, aud refuted to obey
order,,;; Jrwlwiuatfl pay. and bad.tiuet-wae-tlie
osteasihle cause. . Three gunboate arrived
at Toronto and other expected - '
--t-as- tstc; t - : n t s in 1 nt i- Jitsliisf-t,---1--
f,Ysii v." Beithonf. Maxketa, , -ttf T-
.. ,. , , Naw Oul,BABS, Aug, 10,
CottmrrittleatilT. Sales of I.Bt bah- low -middling
st 33aS8. '' "' 1 " ""
' Gold Il.e9.-J Ibivik! terliegSa:11'! H
Death fouTcbolere A ia the laat tweaiy-
lour Bours e.
' !,'-. J ' From Sew Tort '""
"'V". ' " ' Nw Y0Rit,'Aug. 7,yt.
'Almlfin special announce the rrivl of
th "lied White aad Blu,"adUtl vessel, with
a crewot two men, which filed from Hew
Tt.-'--r-4rJ--75r-7 r " " . r
An Ottowt special tart that ' the CaneiTiMta..
ire'prYpanng" fflr inothcr Fenian invaaion.'
They fear tbat the Irish Pic-nic oai Grand Is
land, to be attended by 13,000 armed Irishmen,
means mischief. ".","., T
Ten deaths from aiolers yesterday.
UmPl Omt BTntlo3t,--OLAingaJ Urt-
... -n:. i Addreaa, ,a,5 s-;t
. : , t Puh.aoiuj'bi, Aug. 17 M .
' Many of, the dch'gatc ot theConvenlhta leit
last evening, and tha balance will leave to day.
Tb Proceeding, throughout were moot har
monious. -There wat not a tingle event to mar -
the gOodtWiPg.V---ga:wi:-i-ij'-t '
The address (not the resolutions) waawriltea
by Mr. Raymond. It ie merely the reaolotioua
elaborated. During its reading,' tor a time the
most breathless silence prevailed.' The Preei
dent requested delegate and ipectators to msn
ifet no sign of approval or to taake other do
moattrstion untU the reading wa completed.
This si-cured tjuict until the reader arrived 'st
the lollowing paragraph : " "And the tea miW
lioos of Amcricsns, who. lire ia tbe South, would
be-gotrorthy cltizeat of a free eoramnqwealth,
lf);enHre sons of our heroic ancestor, aaSt
eer to becoma gnniin ot tha rights and
principle bequeathed to us by the father and
founders of the Republic, If they could accept, '
with uncomplsiniug solrmlssion, tha hamlila- -tloB
that aought to be imposed upon tbem.'V
The entire tudicnoe here broke forth ia aa
utmisiraitied "burst of applauie hich Isatjall
cvh1 miniitcs. At the cqiicluajiinitsl this ea-r
thtl8lil?m, a deumnd was mad thst th passage
ne read again, wnic n wat assented to and tenia
the epplauas broke forth with redoubled eifect,
-The Press clerk gave a splendid banquet .to
members of the Prese last bight, at which Rad
icals and Southerner fraternise and high hilari
ty prevailed. '
. r. .i:... stosnow, Aug, 18, P, M-i-j,
XSapoIeon lis rcceik-d from hi duaiaitd foe
an extension of the frontier of France. "
- Omsolt . rioted 8?. ' S-tO't 8. Bank "rate
reduced to i per esWtsfitwt sentMW' ;!r;v?r .'7:
,,..( LlVBBPOOlAng., 10, P.M.
Cotton advance J penny per pound. Mid
dling It pence,--- Sales of 20,000 bale.- Bread-'""
(tuSeflrm; ' ' : ,, - .... n 1.
-H- 8TATK OF KOKTII CAROLINA
BkaofobT CoL'STT ClH'HTc Jvj tHtl.
Joha L. Pelly, Adm'rof V z '
Belts of Joha S. Yanoe.
f Th itetition stat that ohn H. Yisuis, a
m sniil rrsinfv fli,. tt.tt.wlnlu In litil'l ...
sraisl prisirfy, lint scute,! of a U.l in the towa ef w'asli
ieetmi, Haul County, and iudc ined ; tlist Ins heirs an
ll.,l.iiwn but sntumsed to re1drout of the btiui
aud suit of the CaiMsl Ktstes ; anl pravs that tlie kui J
Stay tie su!l to-pay his debt t Jlis heiia am let i
hi stiiwar at next k-rm of ssut (Jourt, tn b held at
Vkaslunt.-trtiii fioanlY nd Kittle sl.wessiO, on Js-d. M.hv
das in Kciitember uext, si, i siuiwer to ssi. I peiiuna.
ert-,e sv.ms will est grvea SKstfist tiwm.
; St or Jcr of the Ourt. . , . .
. . -vrrxrASta cordon, tkrt.
, STATU t)F Kounf CAROLIN , '
' ; ,TnHNTO! Corvrt, f
rienry Tlinniint, 1
.:, ' ,- ( In Ktjuity. ... j , :,
Ilnrdy Ilinnant )
Tl, defendsut Hardy Uiiinant, 'Is-inV a arm -rfahftHtt
rf tins Htate, is lisrfbT notuied to r,r ,t ue Coat t
of H'lily, in be Itei.l t tits ei.unlT of J,,l,B.,n (
thn fourth Monday of tteph-mbrr, and 111 do.
'f "' bill is ti.,mty, nr a eres pro ,,, .M
Wil, W issti.iltsil.ti,.. t-oM heard ex io re.
' Jhe t.ll bt Hied bv I'lsnutr to fiseci.we l,l
: V.itneseU iJ.l.iiilE, cierk sikI Jti.-iw j uZ
Halattlr atttilvftH.e 4th. Mondsv of March A 11 '
-it-e .OAitUi, M. E.
" STATE OF NORTH CAROllXA ,
-)' a.uitijw OousTTi June Term igiju. -' f
V SJt ........ ,
'. '1.' ttt...t,
Williamson llaivi. , S . i' ..
Copbt o !,., AN l?AaTwi ftftMoU
th said d. Mld c,
w niiii- niipa- u Tier aUil llailti..n bm- i - . .
rree. .sflsr.i.ft: t re -?:,,, ? M,,, u , , ,.".J
y '"'. U".itft!ieii,s, aeirssia'hiil.. Wsi.i.h
' .-"'f",'S.- t,W-Kt II I I, MS.
ht tli 4ttitst
Mf'll-i 1 B ,l,ht.( u, fit,, i .,. f ... . 1 ... . u t.
' "sin a-.imir.m
f??, '!,-"'i."J"""S 'eT'ad. ai.wwer
ZlZ&Z .r.,f.iaW!.ir; -4 r.i-ss
Tl TV' -tB,U"' "'- , 1.' VM .i : . ya.
b- '-e... ...... ,...-Y.,..v:.
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.VtlsSstta imtawhs)' t"-.-"v.tii!v
1 July 11-wtV
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