autftwi & Oji $w
r x. u ' a
at -f l
rears iwv nave
am the Nswth iitl-otltri
THK PR H'KKDINOS OF TIIK fOX -1 count rice for nearly all Um maniifac-
VKNTJuV TllKASUEKR HAT- lured arHetet for which they need and
I I L'tfcJ I L" I ' ii ... - -
TT FlaTI IcommiPWl. Atn Hum wfieu the tann
vxmtioa I in and planting internals of the South
ihwt vvtmwv praaperova ontiditfrtn ' trlteii
with great aridity, w ma air the great- we ware biipiag large. 4anliliea or
r pert of our limited apace to then, m vrafai, eottn.e., (hit could le id-
tuts iamm. Weieeaea' mjauti iHwa mtwr..iA r. ... ,i ,
a k iivauw. wave wa-t'i ia wwiv iiimi ax a es.
- vorr fall reported, but as the subject en
4er aWeasii wee ie shtehtvcry bod
takes a ear interest, era or tve, we have
at si tesptod to abridge iW, biljiiiilag
the rrsrarke af sjt rftaVrrat members
woaU prorr store arr-ptable to imr read-
... ,1..., .... .,!.;.. 1.1 I
Veiy little has been drnn in
er than oar import, and we were not
impoverished thereby. Now it ia dif
ferent. J i to Southern people are
producing no surplus are exporting
nothing acd eoneeejnently the bal
anco of trade is against tlient. At
long as this ttate of things continue
i.i jii . i
Constitution. As I"" W1" "H"0"' "r anu poorer.
ttVr.nnwrtm sre agreed aaaa we shall "e of rninedie ,or ourprenant
rt Jem fit. We I condition ia a system of home inn-
fcaaaijafjn eapntieed tWsyhfcw that the jfactoriea. Wa should produce all the
presented weald be radical mannfactnred articlea which are used
prescriptive, and we see no reason Injur consumed by tllll Southern . people
Oar Raleigh cor-1 should manage for a u bile to live
whose first letter we publish-1 within ourselves. Snch n system
ed ia ear last, end who has the mt am-1 would retain tiimnc na the little mon-
ple eppartajiitwe of informing himself. L.. wis tela we have left, and would re-
aanto view. JUf hehaWt iktUsuui ta lit Lemelil of all -'
This aSstln gumma ifclMBwi, the old
est tad one of the aWtttaStiiAaaj pa-
triotfc pablir ma ia the tfaie, recently
prcsnhd over a Conservative niertinf in
Caswell County, enflrd to nppolnt dele
gates to the Raleigh Convention on the
..ib. Una taking the chair he
sorb a speech bow me hiss aaaj
iu the peoplr of the State had a right "t0
expect (rum btiu -gaining wltk- mtatjt
nd patriotic eeultun nls. We boot ha
will attend the (basveatfaa at Raleigh, on
the Aib. We mnke llir f llnwiuc extract
from liia pnUisbrd icmarksi
It W aaid Col. Rrowa, "bv tm the
moat mmiMtatoiM crisis, tbrnngh which our
country hat ever pntssd. It taboo c as
all to forgul and fccgive the errata af the
past, and It unite at one brotherhood af
patriot to rsstas aar eaatatna aeeutry
from i bo rale of men who hate caattd to
rewcl the prtncipb's and instkatioiM of
our lathers, and tccua Cttallr bent (mi the
ihwtraatinnol aU tbas'm-rnionbie and deft
to us as riltxens mid laUrlots. lie must
foroti old port j i.igvei mmd diritiomt, and
mutt umtr in a noble and patriotic effort
lo detest the deatrattlve tteatarat of the
present majority in Q trust, or we arc
majority af the ettitwatioe will be sat
working lata than universal j
elnribility to office
If each a constita inu
he timmlti.at we thmk
ie, thata it bat aoc coarse for the decant
white men at the State to take to reject
We alt gfre place to the eery able let
ter ef Mr. Treasurer Rattle to the Cu
lt would bring
the consuming and
da y. in theXJmtrf 11
i tj mt at it Mm
I diet to
nase tor the our-
tent them in the Blare Conservative
Convention to be bold at Italeigh on
the 5th rnef.
other would create a home market
fiw the sm nl! producers of the eoan
try, and at the tame time prevent the
neeeaaity of importing from abroad
audi articles aa etui not be dispensed
The man who at this lime devisee
a the sahjeet of ntvine the per bit capital and hit energiwa to home
of the membert eat af the State I manufacture and to the (uatering of
We will ot commtat upon I home imtustrv fs j u-t ! v enti'ted to be
it snttber than to say, thai we regard iu regarded at a public lieuefnctor. To
logic at eaaoswerahle, as our n-adei will tlie extent ..f the mMUtacliired arti
ft tar themwetvea ami form tketrlcles nmdneod iietnmsthc balnneo of
trade in our favor nnd to tlie extent
m l . i i . i . . t . .
PRK-JI RJIIKXT. I"' empKiyineni given n uir arrt
Ry a tote la the (Vmvetiiion on Satur
day, to lay Mr. Toargec't resolution, aad
Mr, IksrbamVaatewdment thereto, on the
table, wc are left to infer that that body
along tide of each , not recommend tbc removal of the
no ht leal ditamlitieK tram any portion ot
the people of the Stale who are not now
hi accord whh the ItepuUieaa party. Mr.
Tonrgee, mora gaucrotit than tome native
radicals, is for removing them from such
nion at were I'uion men daring the war,
bat who are opposed to the measure in
Congress ; hat we have liule reason to be
lievo be will succeed.
We bad haperi that tlie Convention
would decUru iu fovor of universal am
nesty by the passage of some resolution
similar to that of Mr. Durham, bat we
fowl tare uow that it wHl not. Yet, we
have no reason to believe that Congntt
would deed Iu void' if It thoaU. That
foster In cite ' body is delermiin d to keep those disabil
i l ; . I -
Wm asta, akwwhwe, tbt extract from the nu ccjian.ct no
Evening nmmt, tsxato rwel inttwttry am! give employment to a. ties banging ov. i tbe rioulberu people for
raiam. a toe otaras or cuovaraa-1 . .i. i . Ll.i Ui t t i. .i . . t
of wrisata eireJe. L. on .J - ' - i mtaM wormy viaee 01 oar ovn Clll OK' pwjiw. ra onvio- luero io g,TB
rt . ...... . . I I i.l i .11 A tl I II
Vamt or tae united tutcw, lotzens, un.-. i no: uni'i.u ' ? .
amtsatiiswi Acts of Coo-1 fhtj eonnec,;,,,, ;t c;Vc ng jjreat
thasa? Tbe rwmorwJ es- lueattire) U note two enterprises iutt , "" ,umk Vuie Po'l-able, but Umt tlie
started in tins eonnly of F,)ri.yt,e IK" ts ot taeia woi stand ton n.un
thetboa facfory of E, A. Vogler. Eta.. 11,0 ' ,"" e""'""
;l em. Slut t in e nllillli' I'Htn i In I K"i ruiu.-ii, we u.ive no ununi. jn
t Owerter, antWt -..., r WiU A- ('it nt Wi. ....... it appears from the- re marks of some 1
a . . ' I IMVIII a-s "W litasil - we . !' .
? Jarfawd s.-.v. a Tliaenterur so o Mr. Voider is nt ""."'s'f u, "y u
r, what shall be said of Ckmf Jmtict t1A fiet .. ..( fl. kln.l in tl.n Stai intenil to commit tliemsijves against the
we will not My more at
loatan el opioaax, (it aaderttoot by JaJjre
IW.) ia tdvaact of jadmml daemon, m lti .
ftp Mm 81 Eli in Congress to oV.I JUt Uv
aaaaaJmrhaaaehjeaL Wt think oarsetses, of
merable oeaoKau witbia lbs past twelve there liav in been a t-imilat estnblioli
antra I? What tbafi be said of 8e
iniaiaissa, adga m tbe
etBBwaabuas Prtaaleut .
I , 1
Under thia attractive heading the Rat-
1 ft- . . I . . . . . It-
eaeuaiiy-t, 1 -..jji.. .hich U P(1,1K , ...maa toitan im itn, imi
sasayUlajtl . . , M. Cleiuan proiioses lo puUUh iu bode
8enaior, mont at lliointnville for a ntimbcr of
-... . r r . - . " I
wben tbe cjoani J"" I1" Mr- Wf ,K,W
sh ou was awJer I under way and ia taming out work
ia sdvaaee. as raik ul iaa
ohariredl beat ortlieni work. A uenllemiin
is lbs old. otJ story of -year bal aad I -.s,,- - .-.ir of laa.fo .y l..-a
1 ' 'at .a ..a .at
mtiaa4ti-total--irf.tnc I"M' eaWtlitU-
it b cruaioal to give, aa oamioii upon in I menl, and if they are not 011 hand he
Mat hs bsmg mmrdmtnre ike Coii r'( J may get ilicm by wailing a very abort
" "tr imtaml- '''rtiaae. 'StMdi eitorpraedetarrvce pat-
had' rafcraaes oly to a bus on uV- . aA .n,. ..,.1 i,,..
not naf l i J Y" Y u.uiulu finu
which Brut mar is tbrowab vibe l10"1
, and fmmm fW natmiikisg wttb Tbt) eatalrl tollmen t of VV liton di Co.,
aeforekim. H tjeokrttitn. m I at Winston, ia tire first of the kind in
JU . TL . - ' . .jL . . '. "' J. . smmu X J- W ' tVlJ I .
tset, was that whenever a ease arose before ,e State, wo far at we rcmeinlier.
JB Utart mvolvuuT that pstat, and which
lbs astotr c
fistiili that tbe moo.
1 ttts wert tmaawlittiiunal.
Oaaof Ibcnjirifimil attUcbsrya aga
Jnsnet Ckttt, impoatbud aanug tbe aihamit-
f Mr. deaWtoa m pretasetv similar
There have been clothing eatal lisii-
menta where gentlemen could have
garment mad to order, but this ia
tbe first where all the goods made in
to clothing were manufactured by the
proprietor of the cttablithiiicnt. We
boe they may be able to introduce
their clothing in every part of the
State, and tbat it may aupercede tbe
Lsn latCBxac. Wt are rsquettol to state
It m east -issjad witbattoo steal en-1 that, Mr. A. Phsbtpa, agent for .the Coone.,6-
Hnkaf - the eetsbrated poet, cat Mutual Ute Insurance Company, wilt he in
Fmi Orwed Hill .. Mtbor of lbs fine m,Uaj SaUbary next wash, aa.1 mM take Rml r-
, Mtftn Wiafartj sn contains a rraniher J wasiaig opnn such persons tt may aW
id lisiQI triages mat. mm, of tU bwdmz "ee Iu w a .!u y iu the shiiim. We need
af (ireat Bnttain and hr United I not dwalupoa tlie Kautage of life iiiaurauee
Htoiea. Nous on Mew Beoka BUtacs. Vane- -.-they tr fbaiUfl byalt " W Uae iuaurad
ties, La ftisartotad mformfor bindmic aid ia diaareai Companias oavasisaa, Tlw Cn
-ft. only upon tbst, bat upon the other
seiesc. La Tbt Kdeetjs Magasint of
tarttaaa-bajtnimw for Vebetary has been re-
form, lief ore tbc Convention shall adjnnni
a historical sketch of the life of each mem
ber, and to this end has laid cm the desks
of 1111 mbcrs a circular settiug forth bis
plan, and asking them la fertiisbjsiat with
sncb Watches td tbrmaeivea.
This little enterprise of Mr. Coh man's
for pocketing a few dimes, it likelv to read
Ml- LiJk! -S"1: " . 1 1 11 ...
me tute several innusaua auars. n
coarse the mcinbert of the Cuuveutiou
will respond to bit call, and each mail
will hardly consume k-ss than two dayt
in prepariag a sketch of Iibaself, the et-
ente of which must be paid by the peo
ple, air uoienan . mkciit as wen nave
deferred this work, anbas eery "hard up,
and sought, at hi leisure, in tbe records
of our courts for the information he desires
for true and authentic sketches of many of
at tbr cud of tbe rear wat pieaeM t
grsaf riiftat atoratuta.
W- f. Bifcwiix,, K. A Barkman.
r aftkisakla mat anfadtr Mg
ia abn oa oar table. It cutitekis a cou-
1 of ikt Bruwahiwt and Linda Treawrl
riauafaatoia astadaa. faaa aaataaaiaa
atiiittt has ih rapoUlion of t
; an exce l.
'1 : a J
Maaaga Mvam., Aa JbaWiatod Mwiaidy
Maataam far Roys aad Crista. The January
aaaabjr f ttt aadmiatm litt kiti msijtsJ
ft it tssstsd cauefiy to me lastroctiop ami
aaataaMBt af the Toaag aad b) en s tbt vary
east 1 liBimii 1 it af as kind ia tbt pcH,trr
fca 1 id,, mawawnadMttmv
1 ty-eighl rears furnishes the bast erLroo of
Rut tat tnd instraetrra ucn-
aatuan tor the (Ira asts. fmu $lJU t year
Addrra. Merrya Muaeum,
Dtaumatf't Yoag Aaaxoci for Fabraarjr
has stoi asati msiatstSJt is tataxtmj sw-Jtb-
W. a tuaammt -fct aluamj hanialki tin
etraorsa wan rtpiaras af d.agW. kit head
sa-wty Jbasrau-1. fljm $M Address W
J-We have nefvnl the first
nuuiber of tbt Jm Itodtr, a new weekly
paper jast started at Wiloa. N C. hy Mr.
Muftamri, formeriy eoeaected wnb ibe Care
Umitut of tbe same place, bat wliicb lut bet
removed to IUlei''h. Tbe Pluia Ikttkr is a
large, wli edited and well printed paper, 1
Consensu v in its polities, flauetts to iL
Csaouxut We latvt re-
oeivet! lbs first nonrber (J this psper, just star.
led ft Raleigh, arid edited by Ilearne 4 JJun-
turmg iu pubhcsUbt at Wilson, aa t
a hkfj mpt'atioa a one of tbt
edited nepers in die State.
That reputtuon, wa doubt not, It Wdl fully
tain as a Deity paper, mgg tram tbt urn-
bar before us, Ii is, aa btbty, the kvgeat
Daily ia the Stat at Jt mnvlf out of the
btadiomst ami beat peJoted. (q oolitic Hit
Pstaocntia Saccate to It the, '.
Kit.iCAL (rn Ojs xsrios -Gor. Hold- n,
Si tranrrre-B oj thfl Bepubbcan gjrecntiVc
Commuter, has , t call for a Coovention
f tbt feed) Party U meat in fhdcigb, ea
ad day of fnmcj,.
Tils FittT Stjus. We are doe Col. C. 8.
Bauwx, of tbe Boy den Reams, for ajfo saWd.
Tbe Colonel it always up to lime tt respects
providing good things m teascn for Its House ;
bat in Ibis ease be baa, we flunk, taken bis pa-
by nrprias. Rim donxsTo. Ika katd
Trm at Ins ample hoard, 1urd the hap
'4Mlaa to convey to ut ibis prite of trie season,
and penbrrued the ufBce with but tocustotued
. ' e
I-i7Mrs. RaTTIM Pottxaxvwikl of V. A
IVUid, tla- man who lately bed a saasHing
affair with the Wise, ia Baltiiaora, has distin
guished herself hy de oting Dr O. A. Moou,
of thai city. It seem tliat Pouud has eon
ustfod bimsctf from bis wHiknd she in searnh
iog tor lihn suspected Dr. Moore of tiding him
hi lus concealment. SJ;c tntrtd hja prwg
St k- and dim Jd 61, Ipt. Duulor lo tall her
ofber hnsW't's a bereabouU. Ue oedered her
to base the atom, and sent for a Poborrnan.
Tbe laxstor Into tMernptod I pefcbey oat, nu
' a small pistol and fl ed 00 bim. liar
bad taking i-fibet in Ih wrist, l'. liemie -n en
leml and took her lo die Station. She refused
KrWi.f fbdber. ttu
t m raatft kii Kite fj tikMs
apiMiiuteti to act at Bocretarv. me
object of the aiooflng waa then OX
plained by Mai. ICobbint iu a bold
and manly epeeeh. Atile, eloqnant.
ami patriotic addresses were after
wards delivered by II. O. Jones, (Jr.,
Kan., Ur. T. W Keen, W. II. Bailey,
ami Jatnea K. Kerr, Itonrt Theta
ireiillemeii expressed the sitisc of the
meeting, advocating, aa they did, the
snptuiuacy of the while man, ImpoH
cy of negro anffragc atid opposition to
tlie measure of the uitootiatitiilionnl
State taMiventton, ik w aeat'snt nf
lUleigb, and to the destructive and
proacriptive measures of (he Radical
majority in Omigrea.
On motion lit following delegates
wore aiMioiuted to reprttetit Itowan
County in the Contervativo Conven-
T. W. Keen. ). W. Hall. Li wis
llanos. W. II. Bajiey, W. M. IMi
blue, J. 8. M.-Cuhblns. W. II. Craw
ford, Jeremiah llitrringer, V K. SI10-
irci. aanics ii- cumse. ixurr a'gn,
J. 8. Ilenilerson. J. ii. Fleming. Isaac
Shaver. M. O. Morgan. Levi Trexler,
IL J. Holme. M. L Holmes. E. Man
ny. Dr. Slnmpoek. J. I). Johnston.
J. K. (iiaham. X. P. Hall, A. Ii. Ill
dor. Dr. 0. 1'. Houston, Jacob K.
(iusMlman, J. r. Jamison, Aiigitttua
Leaxor. Jidm oh nip, Uenrv Miller,
Wm. Miller, Dr. Milo A. J. Itmie
man, Mosca Barringer. J. L. Reiidln
man. Scott Tmtt. John C. Milter. II.
O. Jones. A. J. Mork, Jehu Foster.
Jr.. J. J. limner, J. J. 8tcwat. Wm
IL I rale v. Wm. B At ell, Jnhn L
Hoiltick. W. A. Houek.Sid. Khitfa.
K A. Heilig. W. K. 1 .we. Dr. I. W.
Jonea, Dr. M. A. lxn.ko. Dr. N. K.
Liiekie, Dr. P A. 8isaf..-.t. Dr. L W.
Coleman. Dr. J. (I. Itamaar, D. L.
Ih ingle, Henry Barriugwr, Bar. Wm
Oh motion the meeting adjourned.
K. E. 8HOI1KIL Cu'it a.
Ktait CttAicit. 'ii y
Cl W. Clarke. JL W I
rakaW.L J. latw.
'U lUrtasr. isr. ti
oore, Col. J. U. Urf.
il'..V..! v ing" Im tent to each nroxv. alto to the
2 2 'Jj&LJ-tU "l mmxtmtjllM.j
Ue eonventfon waa o. lied '.riler aM-ata afo u yafiKli "3
11 o'clock. tiJimW tj mmmL ,j 71
the Rev. tt. T. Hmtson I peter to May let, IHtW, J, d -J
' w m9mm mM
aa. n. us
Lenoir. Col. N. A. Miller, Prayer by
noil on tnotioa fbn Clialnwan'a name I ika ahv.
added to the Hat. I A letter from free. Caaby to Meart.
Abbett aad RagUatt, Uaakayntte tppoiai
ed to confer with bim in reward to the pay
view 01 uio smius uia-
ttuatd : tUtdmiH Auuruxtn, with
reqneet that they be pnhlithed.
'There being no further bntinoaa be
fore (tie meeting it adjourned.
V. PAiTKRSON, CuV.
J. Maso.n SrAixuouK,
V- W. Faixkit, . f
CONSEKVATIVE MEETING AT
LENOIR, N. tt
A Cot tet vative ineeting of the ct ti
reus of Cnblwell Cniiutv, was hold at
Ienuir on tba let day of Jauy, I s;s.
Hie meeting waa ormtuzt-al bv cull
ing Gen. 8. F. Patleranii lo iho chuir.
and J. Mnaoti Spam hour and K. W.
haueeta were reiietel to net
The Clminnan explained 1 lie object
of the meeting in a lew but very ap
pmprtete rental ka.
On motion, a comm'ttcj of live
were aplMiiuted lit the chairman to
draft resolutions lor the meeting, con
eittmgof ti tt fnl lowing named gentle
men : Ur. 11 I. Heal I, (.en. C. W
Clarke, M. A. Beinlianlt. Eri.. Dr.
W. L. Glnsa, and David K. Bower.
Iho committee through llie'r chair
man, reported the follnwing resolu
tions, a Inch were niinuimotisly adopt.
Vdrtna WaUbmaa aad OM Nurtb dtata.
A Meeting of tkt Gmtrvotivt eiti
tva of Davidmm County, teat held
in LfBingtim, Feb. 1, 1HW.
On mukm. H. W. Irmmetl asehdto
the rhalr. anilJnu. H. Welliom, r nitesled to
set at Secretory. Tbe Chairman tailed np-
ou Ho. J. U. Leaeh to explain theobjeetof
111a inrvin; una eeiaff woae, m vwanama
appoiutaid a oouunitlee of eiahtto aabmlt ra-
sohitioasexprvtaiveuf tbt sen ti meal of the
luaatiiut. vial. -
l .1.1. .... 1 ti:.L I as It
. v iwpviu.) no. aicnani mm. ii.
I'riiulx. Jacob Rerrier, J. P. Stimaoa. Jaa.
P. Reall. Jno. Milter. J.J. Sullivan, and
Audersnj Owe. During the absence of die
committee. Jno. H. Welbiwu, Esq., wt
calkml for. who eauie forward aad addressed
the meeting in an ehwirrewt and paltliahl
taiiath. W. M. Brook was railed lor, but
the iiiiinedlalt retarn af the tuotwitteu. forc
ed him to dteliae.
The committee through hs Chainoan re
ported at follow 1
Wtimwaa, We believe the cause of eon
stltutbiual liberty is imperiled, and feelings
b-ep interest la the future pnamerfty aad
weal 01 oar eommiui country, rheretoee
Jftenbaat, lit- That wa are foyal to tba
Constiliitlou and Government aa established
by oar I- alters.
2d. That we view with pain the attempts
now iwitnf made to overthrow that CoUetlte-
ti' U Mint Unvemiaeat.
That while we are wllline to
all their yaat rights nf nmtcetii.n of life, lib
erty ami property to Ihe negru rare ; wa are
opposed lo universal micro suffrage, belie v
ing that a race ao rooeatlr art free are wholly
iinutialihed t.. exercise now the unvihve of
a . . , -
oie eiee.ne iniociiue.
4th. That we hail with pleasure a return-
lug sense of justice ou the part of souse af
our Xortheru frieuds, and that they until
ami have our gratitude for this reeeul man
ly Stand for t'oa-litntional gnverunieat.
3th. 1 hat while we are wrlliua to sabtavt
to aaaj ouay the asws e the
1 aoeernrotsit. we
yet believe in the enualit v of the State and
Par Ibe Wat. hu.su A- OM Xorth State .Jf aM-mpt to f..rr.. up.it the eVmth a
Icitslhion ot thiuvs not tolerated at the
North. i unjust and iucoaswteut trilb oar
liberty tad rights as hVwmea.
Upon the aiiauimoas adoption ul tbetera-
oluthms, linn, .lames M. Iach, in rvtpoMa
to rapaaieil ealbt emu forward aad adttreeetd
tbe men-ting fur a boat two Is airs, his tawtaxt
was atuqutml aad patrtotie, marked with
his usual ability. Tba C. P. Robhins Ete
was called upon who. owing to tbt kaaaaett
of the hour JecUnad.
Tin- Chairman then appointed the follow
ing gentleuaaj to represent Davidson Co. la
the State Convention, vis :
Hint I M Is mm Jnha n Walboin Jas P
Htimson, C P Lowe, R 0 Robb-rta, P C
of the Union, bat It innef be a C usii
1 give bail and was sent to jail.
Tbt prorvrdings ia Ibis body no Mombvy, art
Mssmtnly stated by tbe fodeigb OmtUd aa
The Convention was engtawd, at will be
n Uoui Uui nroiaaxlHigs m Maxmttaajatm
of an ordtotnua in favor of the WtfamngtuB.
Chalo(ieAliuili(oid Radroad Co.. tanviding
for tba glafe't endotsement of 11,000,008
isaals. sod far the laaosbtg and destroy it
tlMO OOO ot the muttincs of K4.OIS10O0 an-
Wrsd by tbrQener-J Assembly of Wflte-T.
Tbt tatsect wm fully dasauaed tad resulted in
the pea-are of the ordinance. It w etfieved,
tba endaesemtnl,, the bonds oao be due
of fcpoo terms greatly
futioiial Union of free ami equal
Siv. . ...w.w
2nd. AVWtW, That we pledge unn
selves to liae all lawful meant to up
pote ami defeat all par litre wbeiher
specio si cuiieii Uepnbliean, or more
properly ICatlieal, whose' ami m to
dettioy tbe Union, blot ont the State,
subvert the foundations of aocial or
der, ami estnbliah u detpotiain.
3rd litKolvea, That wo will main
tain the aupremacy of the white race,
against the supremacy of barbarism
4th liemdven, TTiat'-onr co-opera
fton and cordial sympathies are with
those noble men of the North, win.
are battling for Constitutional free
in h i?WrW. That Pieaideiit Jtdtn-
soti 111 lus noble enorta to nuuntain
the constitution atrainst Die revoln
lioiiary tebeuies.of lUilicaiisin, ia en
titled to the confidence and thanks of
it toters of freedom and good guv
(lib Jietnleetl, Thnt we npitrove the
ptxypoaiijoii tonold aotnte CotiCentton
of the Conservative Pttrty, at iitdi-igh
on the ath of Pebruary iittt..aiid that
tbe Chainnan of this meeting appoint
Weill y hve .ndealee to represent the
connty of Caldwell thciuin
1 ill Uh,! t,:l, Hint in the event of
not more than three of flic said del
gates atteodirur the Convention, tbe
Hon. JolinC Bryan, Ex tiov. Chat.
MmIv, IL W. I! luted. Earp, and Maj.
W. W. Oickton, of UtJeigh, he re
quested to set aa proxies lot the fail
tog delegates. -
8th teOatW, That tbe chairman
of this meeting appoint an executive
committee to CKintiaf of Ave jiersong,
who slinll reside at or, near the Court
flotwe, aiifTineh oilier sub Commit
tea in the county as may be occe
sary to disseminate proper informa
tion among the people.
The Chairman appointed tin f I
lowing delegates :
CV . N. Fotk, W. J). Jonet, l.
E. fip war. Dr. J. Mason Spain hour,
Mai. aW.F. Ilei-pery Jolm Hays,
Kobbiea, A J Ovrea. Jao Miller. A P SmmV.
Ur J P Reall. Wm P Mo. a. 0 P Hmltb
R B Kobberts. J H Tfa-txtmm. Robt Kimin-
aon. Alex Hwrnpswd. Jas Wiaamtn. at H
1'rimix, Cbas Hoover. Alfred landaav. W H
Kvans. Win Baper. John Teaaoe, Jno M
Moek.joka Htoet, Anarew Uaaawy. H H
rnihnell. A. Jones. J W Thouiss. David
LsaMn. J J Sulivan, Kenj Miller, WTMocsja.
m l a. ante, u u Imrr. Htary Watoar, O
W Uwrdy. Alfred Wood. M N Hertimao.
Jaeob Rerrfor. H J Grhae. Ab-x Conrad. Ilr
J U Sheluui. H 8 Jutes. S A Meek, T P
(Iriinea, Jim S IWop. Samuel Peri be. H C
' ' nil j- . , ih.niht. C W Mat. J W Cooper. Wm Bar-
1st. Itewlved, That wo are in UsnrV fll Dani-l. W II. Ibgctb ARCrever.
It ihe neonte of North CWiniim are depend
ing on the Convention tor relief-, tubttsnual
and nmudtoial reficf they are doomed to dis
' The Convention will net even attend to its
legitimate suit, is alow 10 touch spun the bat-
was caned to perform, tod II sfle.
Kiaance Cooimfuca be mew tits a to ra
,Mrt a tax bill ty Thursday coaming noil.
A IdTweiktr paaantotl a memorial from
certain citrsens, praying taxtt tae wauuia
tmaaf grain he ptokiUmd tor ft yoara.
Mr. Reda, tots tbt JadicUry U-at-mittee,
submitted the following reports 1
Oa erdmawt t r-Jettoa to bidJing of-
aae -asking to he discharged wm fart her
eosMicjerattnu, as the matter was anatr
cotisklsBSlfan be lbs seaNasttoa aa Lrwis
Oa svtauaiiec hi raUnaa to tbt tttrtlse
of Jadgea by the psopU-anfsvarably ;
Oa iiMhmi hi rrlatfoa to proving
cooveyaacea nnfovorably ;
Also the folfowia trliel to the Oantd-
ttjatotrr TWthetfarrend Aniashry ikett
Cvidc, by law, that msthaafcis aad m
era skassld htvt a lien on the subject
matter tf their bihsri
Also on ordlnaaea 1 eeptttlng the admis
sion sf Attorfiiee la tbt bar ef tbit State,
introduced ky Mr rretltv,r eP xlwRxbrd.
By consent, the ordiuanoe, aa reported,
was put upon its passage, aad the yaat
aad aay koto called by Mr. Darlxssa ra-
talted, yeat 78, nays tO.
Also tat a ordiaane ia regard to a
change ia tbt nttry Isw, itllmttsndiaf
thai the law rattxtta aimluiugttl, act, at
tbe matter htltngs properly in the Cots-
milieu on legislation, ask lug Its
to that Commits .Agreed 10,
Also, aa nnTmaato attittelag
rd matrimony betwecr. Naocy H
(Iran villa eoaly,aad aer baa
wat laid a lb to Me
Mr. Forkner mated to
vote a vestoraar.
mington, Charlotte tt Rutherford
Mr. Ellis a ished to take ap the
ied ktwiaets cm the calendar.
Mr. Preach, ef Rfoden, moved to Uy
the mnlinn to rc-coMtider na the table.
The yeas and nays being
the Secretary called the roll, and the ma
tin., to table prevailed yeas 60, nayt 40
lea presblcet I ban aaittaatea tea mt
lowing gentlemen, a the comndtte
led by llood't (arm) reselaiion, to
pott tba nsmes of pcratas whom tats coa-
vi niton ma at fit to retpmmran to Con
gress for a removal of their axtUttoal disa-
binties, vis: Messrs. Kkboto, of UM 1st
Utotrtot; Kmg, of Uenorr, tf the Sna :
Hay, of the 3d: lourgee, ef the 4th;
Hand, (negro,) of tbt 5th; Forkner, of
Ibe Uth ; Joaes, of UaldwHI, or tba 7th
aad Oabatfoa, ef the flth.
Mr. Welker's ordinance, proh.Liltog the
dlstillatfoa of grain, after being attended,
by Mr. Towrgec, so at to make H take af
fect in tea days after its 'passagi ins lead
b. KMh, waa, on motion ot Mr. On-
! Taitda'SjaU IJH,l""l
aay nwejm waa ewall as fat. 1 have ha
a stated ahaVftlt aarmstry toJmttkuJ?
In the Constitution to secure Iu aiauJ
at. 1- 1 . ... -,1,1. .11 .l T-m
I Hi. mnww XI mmm mmm mmm bm i. u
ef North Carpua. Wa haw uf aw2
Mg ertmt.ws. but what thai! tT
Haft to take ad ran toga af nWi
imsn of oar rwpVs, to Sttart tbs ai.
of s CmsUtethm, whfoh they do iJT,
prnre f Is Ihe party af Mat ajonrl Uaal
le bafa np fa this way T Itetr-avZ.
iaa.y.Ni will ot otfar tbit latth U. aarZ
. 1 .Ml . .1 . HJ
imj. imnr are pow uwy are SMraa
int f tM wrabefleV tJtoy aft wlula Z
ibair kirth-rbrbt far a atatt of Mtu-V
As I have sabl eases, a -seat dtildj
distress comas foam the U- S. CatrU J
si ve true retiet, at MKar tat txan.l,. u J
as they eaoatt apoe tat I
sUtutioa we may mak.
g mfa aagsaJ
of tbs CM
Mr MmM I tf Chatham, oppna4 J
1 : - M lead eotiearrsd wnb 1
of tfj ktfeoodtad latuac J
Btrrtd bstweee J
IttU bad 1I1.4, J
ifavar af MrJaJ
. Mm balfaaa tba J J
A WW 1
ilir tkJ-1 Mm anaae.1 J
Mr leurcrewmm pSaVeae
to Mr Orthaarw-1 KtsAefa. si
dcmaiaird. I Mr T Jilmxl . J
ehair. M If 1
I appeal was 1
Mr T. tbe nv trdbxTmStl be waeUal
trmfnte the amendment at tbt trsl
Mr Abbott waa apprcfo tttt af all aa
"taosres. H abfod ta tarfavt br wtj
Ingpeoide. tart thought tba raatlerst .nl II
tsasti.d wtth gwat care, iipstfolly wke,
raaM, in any way. be atsaxtrwed ha.
ining nae repaHana. Ml S ts rrr-l
rtry porer in view uf the present crest t
trust, he would vote for it.
r ivmsiaho faviNetta afae4iaH
did tot betWve t. rUl M
Tba rbrhts ..f
ham, of Orge, reforred to Ik C aanh-
tae appointed Is confer with lien. Caaby
Mr. Abiott pnacatea itaofattoa, aa-
R L Holmes. L C Haines. Alfred Hararov
lrs. Joues. R Dattabery. J K Priuiix. aad
W n Blears.
On motion it was ordered that tbt
tarysend copies of the proceedings to OU
jvtrt aiatt aasl tmiy aennmtt, with request
that they publish.
Tlie meeting then sdjonrntd.
H. W. HKCMKLU rWdent-
J. U. WKUU.aa. See'y.
RATHER DTdOOU UA0 i NG IP TKCK
Tlw Xurth Candutian, at Balrigh, speaking
of the Convention schemes and la bora lor tbe
relief ot debtors by some abort cut other then
hunrst (siyineiit, has die tallowing :
"UELIBP FOR THK PtOPLKT
This is tba try of Ibe Convention of North
Uerohna the watchword of tba Republican
party uf tbe rjtale.
Ttie iwopfa of forth Camlnis txsibdets wtnt
rebel if any peeade'ever did, hut they are not
likely to obtain it through tbe medium of tbit
nondescript and inbunuua ounosru. oatrtertd
in the skats House at an expense to the people
of some twelve hand red dollar t day. That
great body bat now been in ssatkm asvamxam"
.lavs, at a oust uf not bat than twenty tboo'and
.kdUis, yet wlntt measure of relief bat bar tonsil tattrmalrty 1
perfeeted, or oj.a-t.l even T Still the cry is mtt W not follow the letter of the be f
1 Imr icing the Hecreitry to prepare a list
asaf a 1 aKsmxasmmmsmmm m last ear iia aw (Jaatat ami tt aaa taaaaa g f
ttl lite) tjlfe" jfeeeVtatp PfftWtfl IIWI swxtltwIOCX l
mils travelled by each attafate, tnd
tmnwrrt ene far aMeafr, a the money
- mi J ii 'I'La, msaAs.aB ata i.taa, ami itl
WwM TrWnj. J elV I VIM WWW WjPPWfWtxtVV
MMl ttwV R'waflwtinll wwplcd (T x90xtrvw?f Ux)
The hour of 12 having arrived, and tkt
R. lief Hill being lb special order,"
Mr. R tnbam, aa Chairman ef tae Com
mittee, wat entitled to the Boor. Ha en
tered into a lei ti by argnrocnt In defence
of tw Report, lie dul not think the
sage of the measure would in any way
came In conflict whh tbe reqnirements id
the Conslitntton ol the United Hints. Mr.
R. base I bis mala sign menl npon ibe as
sumption, that wt were net a Hlate nf this
Union, and, therefore, were ate beln wa
to t strict accountability, bat, at mdivtd
nalt, we were bound by Its provbiona.
Ht protosded to combat tbe subsli.nto
prnposed by Mr (iraham, of Orange,
(which we may publish to-morrow,) and
10 utter bit atoeoshmt to tbs rarinat pro
iktottt aaVrrd. He denied that, ihe
asare hinted at retrndiaiion. bat merely
ttayed the collect lea of certain debit tern
porarily, ta prevent attar rain foiling tuaa
Mr. firabtro, of Orange, said tnlmton
p-f and bo-s1
itoadU y,rs f toil, should aim facaitsa.
Gra-ieovntVleaatioaat tbe haada of tbh l.d.
nay had wgrkea. atate mtaay aad satj
It la good faith ; they had Vd article, ta
cost them many a weary days labor tost
twee ; aad now. that they were po. el
. . tm. .. . a
needy, were ihe richer ejaass, who
.1 .1. 1.. ...... . H...11
aw, . mm an iii i a ai ami iwwn
Mf. tRUVy fovoml the bh at rcpst
this ouestior , I do not propose to make
any extended remarks at tbit time. I
stated. In the former discussion, that I
dnabted the power of this Convent in to
legislate. Admitting, far the present, the
ennstitulmnalttv nt lh reemfalractMiu sets
Mr. King, ef Uuclu. did ant lit. ami
law kg aap shape r torn. Only da
est debtors wet at waya mvinc for
He efateteated bowewt peoale, tnd ili'l am
want one. t s"f. J
f inflow ay, (nerro,) wotiM not vnte
repudiating any bmieat dirhft. He essfl
only vole for retmdbetimr debt a root rati
ed to the y iiraksas f ttaweartie the fM
cltmatloa nf Mtftg, and debts ermine!
to carry nn the war. Ha wished toll
known aa a "non repndUtor." He 4
vorcd Mr. Graham 's snbstitnte. aad
a few aniendmcitts, would give it lbs wifl
terenee ever any other tbat baa been
lined, (negro,) moved to Dost poet
the wholo matter until the report of 41
coraitdtfca tt Uomeatoadt Ud bee ml
Mr. Rodman wWbcd to arrive at a
rcet vote to-day. and earled the utivatM
eeetttoa, bat withdrew Its ht order to tffj
w Mr. r nlltngs to make an exnfaMtaim
Mr. IL then renewed the tall. but sxdfl
withdrew it, in favor of Mr. Rich, tfl
an-i thnt when the bouse anjoum ut
t . aa a . i .x.a ..... .
that boar. .
Mr. Htatoa moved ta amend by
king K ten o'clock to-morrow oroiH
lhca tbe q not lion of djeerameat
cord in lo the ammidmtmi waa ott sal
tla ueople, ataj meuitiers .must that. II have hoard gentlemen, wh claim that
l.l!,M!; e. . I bie eanvealmn hat Ml and aovenign
paver, quote Judge Gaston a their au
thority. Mr. Prssiaaat. Immi .
demand bim. Ha says, "accordln to the
tnem jt was
worse ih an f.
folly to think
relief or I
from s set of men who neither know, or care
kl Hm bm'tUiM - .1.1..
dollars for silting m their seats tbrtt bourl aaob
Tbt Wilnungton Afiraiaa Aar to iW'Oer
"Tlsj Aahlabula (Ohio) Smtttd mys tbe
snow at that nbue Wat almost blackened by
millions U amall insects, on the Itkh January,
l'erhapa i here was s msmmstb Oomlla Uua-
eawjfaa mawatsa. ihtaa. . i.i! i.
"A live OorriOe it on bit way to Xoodon,"
Plenty of them in Rak-igh.
The Oorrilles propose to heap Cbwfae of Are
oa Castello bead lor rnnptag agiu 'em uti tba
theory of oar gnvemmnt, all political
power waa derived from tbu people, suit
when they choose to make a grant of
power; they might make a plenary er re
stricted grant, might give it all or In j.arl
I take k for gratia4 that deiegati s ckdm
authority for this cna vention. from the fact
that the proposition nf Congress bat bee
approved by tbt ptopltv Are ant eaudi
tiont prescribed in thtt prepnsltlnn, and it
is not 10 be regarded as ear Power et At
torney t But as there it ancb dWtret
among ear people, I tat willing to vt
for the substitute I bare efforetL request
Jfog Mai. tbs. t3ssy to ejsaW ft, d
hoping umt it win be accept. 4 by tbe peo
ple as final disposition ci this whole
matter of old debts, which hang like aa
Incubus apon the tafagtes ef ear people
aad thai, affecting the remedy only,
hl voaciPattd every moruiug
rihas, lake notice I
Tare hundred tad twenxyfaht Ihrmmtd
and niurtv dead ef lbs Uaton armies now he
and not Ik obligation af crutractt, it amy 1 sppoiated lei-uetet, umatat
not be held void by ear etwrtt. f Palrirk waa iu charga of a I
1 propose that all writ in debt, which
shall be returned to Hpring Term, and h.
afl swJtt for inch onuses of action, now
Mr. Genre A. Trenhobn fa mat to
only one tell of tbc many rth man thai
ly liveil in fomlh Carolina. Oovtrnor ii
wbo before the war was one of ibe riot
1 rtaj rahneiro Btate. bat now barely 1
Irroupnn; and 1 he real body af Ike pat'
leaders aad haaoam men wlss tace last
some prtatrtfaa. ass now destitute
hat eomtdtfaiaw trams tf btn4t.bat no
to buy th Istpxtasstlll required for Uanr
An Alabama rauver anneanoed that U
ke n silrwt in retard to "certain Kits
fr slatb-ot fiUlriiiacia. a era sent to tte
Tbt adrtor rewAved ttrca bottfat fruni
HPTh WnVninirton Star denies tlw rsa
ihst lbs Wtluiinetae ft Mi uMmair fl "
tba faM-is .4 a Nsjvreer fat tbt beaeSt "
eoror- It rf i bat Mr. tt. 1
appointed rtoriier utskrr s 'Iter Start,
it J.Khtmeut m favor of ordt otw crwi
wiaMt cfabn amounted to about ten lis"
dollars. Mi. Drsna baa lliilkkai whatsrer
no wtm Hi 1 run iti is Ik rnsil nr 1
. . - ....
tbevamrats .0. . I the
busts T lis save 1 ueeerv
URot oflan. amam: mm 4
1 vtf bat !
I lata I'Mlaammxttll afxtm
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