Mitten til jtau.
BY IIAXK! BBCNKK.
HUISBI RY, N. C, FFB. tl, IBM
A eatteaiV IkUrov
lAey Jlrtt mat Mad."
It it NkM of the rrtebranod Ir. J.
saafc Butler, Bishop of I lui Bp ..1 mi
mmwwmwmmlm "A Miner" th.t h
MhlW batnl of Uung iu liU garden
daring the darkest night af ike year, and
that doriag took walk befc-sxeendy held
tW following eallaqer with himself:
"WWt smaafry te eh. -re again, the insan
ity of InuVidaal. r The physic.... kuow
of aaaa, and a to diriivra, we hare no
bate, either from Serif tare or reason. In
fa aaaa ia talalioa to deia affair " ''True,
nay Urti, a man baa a lease of hit under
atend'og any more than ed hit life ; they
m the hand of tha Sovereign
of all iking." -Why, then,
t whale eommunitiea and public
bodice ha emd with It. af inaonhy a
I a. kdiraiaaUr "My, Lord, 1 hare
ridrred the eaoe aad eaa give ao
Kin. it." 'Nothing but this
priadplr , that they are liable to
Br at taaet with private iadividuate.
for tha major part of those
i of which ww read ia history."
TTmj waa thought to he an odd uaeejt
I great ahltatfhtt aad divine ia bis
little attewuoa at
' of the French Kereiauoa. which
1 iineo hi lime, and many tlioiu-
aaaV) who will ia after ream road the hit
teey of the preoent iwvolatioa, which ha
aow ham oear seven year la progress,
harw ham. or w9 he, oaable to account for
thorn, or u laart far many of too 'trantac-
tmafth am iaaayathcr way than that ia
haeb Bilk ahiejeraeraaaled for tke "ma
jor part of thoae traaaactiona af which be
kad read m history " Many of the leading
paUw journalists, and the great body of
tha pah Ik aaaa aad ataieemaa wow eon
troiltig the party which seem for the time
to hold tha deatray of tbe'coantrv iu its
, appear to hare lott all 'power of
i to hare neonate perfectlr
They forcibly remind us of the
vim, m the the
al sea, m mortajear lest tha ship
. MmJ. a a aa as
! go owwivauiica- himself fast to
tha anchor sstAsX hh at leant might be
tiii party aeem to hare
' to tha anchor of a aerie of
fatal, radical and rerolotionary measure,
aad it i greatly la be feared that, if re
taiaiag reason ia tha mtsiei of the pee
pie shall oat aoon overthrow their prr,;xti
aialdifotltfcah a kkudduinn, "the groins
! carry ibcm," and tb
I of Coootitotional liberty left to
tha eoaotry, um atraightaad so profound
ly to the bottom that not a bubble will
areata of politic. Hut all this stupidity
moot yield to and be enlightened by tha
so called progrca of tha age.
But to be mom serious is it nn strange
thai men should be so blinded by prcju
diee and fanatieJam f K very esperhnent
of aelf-gorernment which preceded our
proved a failure. Our lather endeavored
to avoid lb rock anon which the ancient
democracies split. Hut the se men In1
Sag to b so much wiser than their fatb-
r, are driving tbe slim ol Stale under a
high wind, headlong upon the rcry rock
on ti the founders of the Constitution
sought to avoid. The progress af the
men ia a progress bucktrardt to the aiplo
ded idea of the pure driuocracie of an
cieni L recce, no greater madnea ever
eontrulled the deliberation of any party
in an- age or ia any country. We do not
belie v that God ha yet determined to
hut certainly the Radical party ia doom
rd. It will die and the constitution will
live, fir one ar the other, arsjaf die.
or MB lien, am entitled to equality of
rights, for lb reason, a it is affirmed,
that "all men Wore created equal." '1 list
each a paeilioa h) fallacy, centred it tod
by all erpirleaea, I palpable to every in
ft, Tb new Constitution will place er
ery negro and white man In the Slate,
81 year of age, in peimtl equality, not
only a to the right of rotiug, but a to
every O'.her franchise.
3. It will totally discard that ecntial
republican principle, that property ha a
claim to representation, or a right of pro
tection or guarantee, in the property hold
ing qualification of the representative or
4. It will create new offices ; besides a
Ooeemor, a Secretary of State, a Pablic
Treasurer, and a Comptroller or Auditor,
It will provide for a Lieutenant Gorarnor,
a superintendent or fubltc Instruction
and a Superintendent of Public Works,
all to bo flee lad by the people for a term
of four weary and negroes tcM be tUfiUt
to all qf" these qffiee3, no property or edu
cational qualification being required of
A. It will vastly increase the expense
ol oar Judicial system. It will provide
for three or five Supreme Court Judaea,
as tbe Legislature mar determine, ten Su
pc nor court Judges instead nt eight, a
Judge for each county in the Bute, and
perhaps tor three Kqnity Judge, all to
be elected br the neonle. reoniriiie no oth
er qaalificatwn, we presume, than that the
candidate for a Judccsblo shall hare been
licensed to practice Ta w. Negraw, there-
by the wvild asm recklea.
I hare been aalk-d forth
course, of rJs
aad of Csagvraa. They hare thrown
aside as of a vale the eoanaei aad max
ims the father, of ike Bepebiie. Tkey
ttm ancimulti d wisdom aad experience of
I the march of what they
thry have aaaoased that
of tbe past were i
AS KVEKV BODY KXPKCTED
Senator Sherman lias' introduced a bill
nuo the Senate declaring that tbe Stale
of Alabama "is entitled to representation
in Congress, aad that "'fteWul' il
rescatatives shall be admitted on their ta
king the oath prescribed by law." The
new Constitution waa submitted to ike
people of that State last week, and it
understood that a majority of the register
ed voter abstained from going to tb
poua, ma Out eating ns ratiawaUoa ac
cording to the terms of the law under
which it was submitted to them. No
sooner is this rrlnlt known in Washing
ton than a bill, retrospective, in its opera,
lion, is introduced to annul so much of
the reconstruction acta aa require the as-
t of a majority of the registered voters
to ratify tbe CoiMli'.utkm, and declaring it
ratified by "a majority of the qualified
persons voting on tbe question of ratifies
Hon. Congress, it is evident, will unt stick
at any thing necessary to carry tmrAi
infsmou policy. Constitutions, co-ordinate
departments of tbe governments,
er.ery tbinir which stands in iu way will
he bverridden for the time being. Bat
the day is not far distant when dm joa'
pie will risejrt tteaj might and knrl these
bad men from power. Thi tltey most do
or see Coaatitutioaal liberty forever de
stroyed on thi continent.
There can po longer remain doubt as
to the course which the people of North
Carolina ought to take to defeat the agra
rian constitution now being framed for
them. Actiox is the word. Vote down
the constitution by casting a majoiity of
tke registered rote against it, ai:d Con
greaa ill be left witkoat a pretest so far
a thi State ia concerned. Tkis is the
only safe coarse, and the ouc which we
beliec will be pursued.
An abat'nce of a day or two has
ravented the- editor from reading tip
fully the prirceadinaa of tun CVnven
tion tha o called. Of one thlnp.
howover, wo loot tety curtain that
I hat body ia tuiik in radicalism be
yond tin- hupo of roaarreolion. Noth
ing ia to bo Imped fur from it that a
fra id n wie Ounatitutiou it uiero-
bora nre intent only on party Mcen
dciirv. Kvi-n tliou IU-liiiblicatia wbn
piofwsoed to be -mo leratu" are now
oa radieal m tire timet radicel. We
would as anon e vert to are cnld fire,
hot ice, a woman that would not mar
ry if she had-a chance, or a virtuous
riituotia prostitute, a t, son native
Conservative Itcpublicau in North
Crdiua. L.k at the moderate
Tcano ' infamous propoaiiiiHt- to
place the eteciiic CninclnVo in each
eonnty under the Control ir three men.
Even the faatidione Spence who waa
once so proud of his Uaucaaion blood
and superiority that lie refused to "ta
luU" Eph and Ned aa "brother, in the
church" because they were mm
growea, ' "beenuse God had made
Ihctu his inferior and it would be
dcyradiny in him to salute them with
holy kiss lias been seen setting
aide by aide with the "negrowea" of
the Convention whispering lovingly
and fraternally in thsir ear, and who
a now moat pmbahly engaged in wri
ting affectionate letters to -hb dear
political brother Gid," has shown
hiinaell ready to gn hs far aa he-who
will go farthest in endeavoring to de
grade the white race to a level with,
if not to place diem below the .
growe. l'orrr bpenco ! He waa
elected, however, by the negro rata
not by the white men of IktVHhwm
and tfc acpnis to think if incumbent
npou liitnseJr to ibi all he can to be
SOCIAL EQVALT V
The whit peopu North Carolina, who
ira r waa m nam oaty, have already
' BAUSBCRT PUBLIC SCHOOL
W learn that t rrteotioe of lb Hoard of
rV-hool CuniniUBKMir at tha Mayor omor heea shocked by tb priaJ wllllogam
yrstardsy erming, Mr. J J. errWABT, WM af the amlmwag 0rtkm, to usgesw,
unanimoaslv Vtrd SuDerintnu-it for lb "roethf: ' write tw art. pot
, , . ... , V-i. la the Uaaeraatortai en air, aa al It refusal
puuue kimmis or uie iow n. iu to elar that whiu assa shall uthesom
pK)iui.int, and hope ear M- -jud tomrv unaer agro oaWs in the ml
sea will eaooursg oar oommissioneri and th
Sunciinundcul in tha nut oeommry and Ue ulaia aav aoMunea aay msa f mvor
: . ,. l. l lac oeaMaaasamonc toe
.... eurerprwi ar mmmm , Q, fiy, boW,rrr, aa wilt be ajM
ed, la our town, st present, there is son more (nm (h(l prMMKiD(a, vfr. Darham oaVrrd aa
a rood iam
worthy or eneoursgemeut tnan amendment to th Hill of Hlgkta, prohthit
ot pubho auhooa. llag totanaarriac between the white and
I to lake ehargs iuimedistoly, lM,am-..5! ha rahwd aWjadat. after
auu our . . .
and to apend this work ia ilipahTlag
it t in ibe schools in acoordano with ii
lions from Ua Conimisnoear Mr. Stewart
has (nor fiasiih aasiste'rt tsaihsri, who w
h srn am watt qualuVd lor teacbina, aad hare
had their schoofc Rowig oe far a week ar more;
and if pareat will only tike tb interest in tbk
arrangement that it deserves, wa lav Be doubt
we Writ aoon have a well organised system ol
public scoook, whisk wilt be of uating bceeet
The tHhJren ar eaweeted to
motion to la hie would carry
of Kkrhu with It. aa the amseaaiiat waa to
th Bill, aad art to a particular I satis a. The
arisast tyrolB parMamaatary amg know
that the ixdat wa wall taken, aad yet Mr.
Cow-tea. th saamlled Prsaliteut of thte aa-
eallad Courentioa. ruled adrersely to Mr. P.
This was either the retuN of stupid Igoor-
aaea. or, more prutwoiy. of Wllrul toregni
of hi obliartlu as a Dnsridmc otBeev. The
motion to tab la thea mwraited br a rise raw
vot the seataWairi rrrusta- the yea and
school from Bias a dunk. 4a Out BM.ning, bill nays ; not daring to allow a ballot, or baiac
1 2. and from a to 6 in lU venia. and here- eawUUag to treat a iwupoaitioa, whtek aimed
attar, all ihsas Who wish 10 allead loheol will V. F7 whH wi,h uf
"T" "' ,uo' Here, then, to aa additional atop ia la pro-
where to sUen.l. eeas of AfrieHiaatbm. to whteh w rail the
Tlie Commisslooers bar appointed a Com- attootioa of our Canvaaaar aad of tha pe
tto, to mrpam a srrtem of ralm aad reaa-1 NortL Coli?. hok
r. 7 r . 7 " " lfcoatrv. The aUdWola la thi.
KXKm. .or in. waooa, wmcn ma icnar wu. 0 ,, ,Uo- pilbsriasl ia tb attitod af
oeexiwciea 10 carry oat I having Itoeasad tool moot primUM of all
A Sirrr Dotxaa I'low A ploweoatlBgl.ro aad Caueaaiao raaaa. They eaa go to
iwrw, wm oe as eugioie to jiiueanip a .rfy fotfcirs .' wbo'llgiveaayahaprtosur ao tower depth of laonay.
white men. Of eoerse, in a number of .pUerl There is aearasdy aay tenner ia tee The aaasteg part of the ,
coontics, tbe IMM .can elect Jedge of whu amart get ap bis plow, at from 3 to tstTl
their own color, if they choose. . . J., , . OWrak auiherraMa aster b
. ., J j WO each. Ah ? hut this plow a a aa. thinf u and a nearw ' feesVi i
6. I uder the new t onstitutinn nrcriie ... . , , . mma maa " t
.... ... 1 1 a f.iiiMU t.I. . u. w. .n ruL, . vi I , 1 -
will be eltrible In both hranehen of lli ! r I BJwla. v. w-,K. a
THE i'iUSON JlOUSBOKMAln
At Kinroes, on the border of Kir,.'
in tbe moat Protestant Diet rim n v.
lard, far a way from OoreWsor Umn
lllnna, oc Caihoiio Highlanders, U.
the water of Lnefaleven, uiadu jm
mortal in Scottish biatory br t,
event of the few noxt month, t,
ward tbe middle of tho lake, half ',
mile from the ehore, waa an ,nA
about an acre in extent, on which a
caatlo atood belonging to Sir William
Douglas, half brother to tbe Earl o
Murray. Here, under the charge oi
the Lady of Lochleren. tbe Lord. .
termined to immure their Sorerein
till they could rueolre at leisure oa
Tlie curtain rise for a moment
Ihe iulerior of Mary Staart' ari.
houae. When tbe first race bad ....
eed away, ahe bad need tbe armi of
which nothing could deprive her
ahe had flung over her jailer the
peJ! of that iJngMlwfaacinaiian mMk
noim who came in contact with bar
failed entirely to feeL She had eh."
ed even ihe Lady of Loehleven. to
wh e gentle quaJitkw ram an n I...
bees) unj uai : and (aa Tlirogmortoa
wrote to Eliaibeth) "br one mZZ
Bother, ahe had won tbe favor .d
good a ill of Ibe moat part of the house
aa well men a woman, whereby ska
eai ISlOamf 1 9 0 eeVav eTk ea)acaaVaaaaafBa. fAfadf
waa in aome towajufaaBaa tsf havn
Iegislatare and to either branch of Con-
7. X errors will also constitute
e a tor-
tmn of the State militia and will be eligi
ble to office in the militia, and tha Lecie-
lature may allow the regiments to be corv
poaed alike of block and white men, and
blacks to be officers oeer while men.
8. 'Negroes will be admitted to tbe jury
box alike with white men, snd intermar
riage will be allowed between blacks and
9. The question of suffrage has not been
determined, except aa to allowing every
neirro, 81 rears of age, to vote. Hut ihe
come one of them, and be bids fair to ; question of disfranchising white men has
aucceed iu the effort.
ACTION! ACTION! ?
We observe with the greatest pleasure
not been settled. We believe th it a Dis
franchising clause will be inserted.
10. The on I ion of public education
has not vet beep putiiicly discussed and
settled, but it ia understood that the lub-
nu k oa...
walkafnrkjop. And i, plow, KOONOJfT IK A FAMILY.
rae hmtead of oaa; aad If year phw,hj ,,eahc whW mwe so fin-toward
team can stand the draft, you may mount H I rdaeiur yiMinr enple be rood tbe raaeh of
la th morn In. aad drive right alone till porerfy. a economy fa the minuiiial eft
hoon A.Arnw mm moeli jsw ani.ra ir. .st- mm t f m. tkair domeatie aftaira. It matte
, ...... -- ' ... Ul.l-S ll.l
a , , I n aa nma mi mow eaeataj wt miie.ii. wam wj
had six men. six inulee and maay plows at ,f ttesrslsa eoatiuoal Itokac la hi Utekea
work. 80 yon perceive that sixty dollar, is I or in tbe parlor ; it runs away he knows oat
not such a frichlful sum after all, to pay fori how, and that demote srnsfe erie "aorr" like
a ,,,w. I to hone-leer n- daugtiter, until betoal
u-.. .1.11 . J x. . ... 1 n . .1.:. I ' i" ii. m torn
i'low more mioutely. It mart U- ern. and I .k, awtv of la wrte a asw that now, ansa
working, to be property estimated. I wruacfeDy out af ft I the least article.
Thoae who feel interested iu it may be irrati- however unimportant in rtaett. ftsr It
o.or. . nrnrumi let, nnianr any
fir it oueaa tbe dour fbr rate to stalk Iu. and
iu exhibiting it. The timo will rome. we .-.. A nun nta a wtfc to hsoh alter hi af
. . . I a a . ".t. a. a.. a . t
trust, wbeo an nor farmers will be both able ''" ana aasm mm in ins mnraey inraagn
aad willing to introduce poa their term v- ii(u' ttlU' 'i.'drfn C
, S . proper station life, and not to dissipate hu
ery vaiaabU nupruvemeat ia tbe implements property. Tb bwsbaad'a in threat sh.akl b
fled by calling on Messrs. T. J. A P. P. Mr
rney. t 11.1, place, ate, mutate pleasure ,, u., Wrca aa eaportoaHy uaimfNw.
1 It aj a
capan. 00 aaaanong an eridenea 0
art of m. pwisraunm.1. wU' niBtfU do to eaeae du
aagrophittete aVIar. that terhance of M Hawweeed her dan-
-J8- lowadah.t fcfoaaisrito..
er in lite nm for liar uer
The nJm wtlealaod
wm irha HI an acre in
' ".atl aTT wr"n
aree or lour
Map of .
same lert ar nml
I " j. wpaam amrr.nv
of aoooBV v
. , J ettlPd, but n 1 understooU that tho pot)- . ' r -, -- p,M.ny. , ne nusoana . mi-re., snoass a
that tbe Conservative p,-opU of the 8tateii,ejijk,u an( the University will be r7". - thesaooVnf eokiattoa. tbwnV tor, and bar gtmakat ambiii,
are everywhere aronsing thenuvTTH, to alike to nnfrnPi . hitoa, both k. " rmvjtrnro rru'. UnhT! ,h" i!
Wgnroctio; In many coantie. toeet- j As? ft BOOtTBTALRCAffDSB H. JTJ
iugs bare already been held to endorse I 1 ,nMXt tbeConrenUon will require
tbe action of tbe State rooservaio-o P. qual righla shd pnvll. ges lor the negro,-.
.. ... , . , . ... in public Convevances, Itaiirnjtrls, &c.
tbu mm a xiaieuxu on me ma tnst , i ,Vc have presented, in the foregoing,
ana 10 carry out ine pmn of organisation
thru agreed upon. The ablest and brat
men m tbe Slate are taking part in these!'" Proviinn win lr"" eni", but
1 ,. , , 1 its offensive feature will he suiEclcntiy
meeting., and Ibe result will be sack ai . . . 4
. .. " u,, ,0 demand of every white man, and
mii... ., ... ,i... ti - . . 1 - . 1 i . ....
tmmwj tug w mc Mia .v T.ftw sgarusi ine
agrarian Constitution now being framed
as ha not been witnessed in many years.
We hope the canvassers for tha western
counties will go to work speedily and
imraaaaq rally superior to a
Sydaryaad Lock, Somcra
it tkey are
si Man lee
! their learning tkey
imm to bare awerlooked all that i ralaa
bl ia tke history of tke post, and to have
besom fanatical on tbaariaa which tkey
fad m tke writing at some Btd It, publi
can Muwrni his admirer to bare been
ao "apoetle of Kberty " TVe theories
iaate seem to be determined to follow tkem
oat to- tkrlr kriliml conseqaener .
Tkey will, if thus followed out, end in tke
destruction of all free government aanong
as- We abouid aei be sarprised at any
mnmiet to hear aome of these modern So
ki daelare tht,as syg aotbnity in govern,
nsent is "deiived from tke eonaent of tke
mmmtrnmi," father cam exerc no
antral arer his family except by to rat
j yke cklUawa, aH that . ear be aroat
bef4mi.grdaramrdk.gly. xiaJwg tkm
leMtohtto maiay mt tkW fttxj have
already dweavered that aafrsge U aa '-hevr-nt
right'' which eaaeart he oritkheld
frog prraon saBjex f to tke laws, sjid"
imitofarnlly that the civilixatkm and pro
pas of the W ck-mand that it should
be caatorred upon wooaeai oa well aa men.
In AaneatkU has been done. Tb.
I. 6. LASH , ESQ,
Wn aee that this gentlemen lias
berti recommended as a suitable can
didate tr represent tlie 5th District in
Cotigreae. Tlie rccoiuiitenitati.Ki it
made through acntnniiiiiication intiie
Salem J 'rest over the signature of
"Republicans of Foraythe." In it a
very high compliment ia paid to Mr.
Laeb ae a consistent and able man
eminently quaiinea in erery way
f.r the -witi..n for which. he ia nam
ed, alt of which we mrat heartily ea-
dorse, and we aincen-ly hope the peo
pie of the district may be able to ae
core hie services, should the new eon
atitutkMi be ratified by tk peo4e.
Mr. Leah ha never Iteetrv nIitician
nor aa orace aeecer, and we uavo no
idea that ariv thing can ind iee him
to canva s for thai or any other office.
Yet we believe him te be ton patriot
ic lo refuse toaerve if elected.
Tlie communication claim that Mr.
into ItVpiibiicati. Tins ia
correct in a literal sense, but me do
not tliink that Mr. Lash can be said
to U-loug to auy parly urganiaatirniln
the State, lie ia an imleendent
CdiaerTativc L'ttion man not a j.l
itictaa., We do mot pretend to speak
for bim, but we tbiuk we can say with
perfect truth that he has about a
much confidence iu the leaders and
other way can tbe people be fully aroused
to a reuse of the impending danger. Tke
present mail facilities are such that but
feW of tbe m con keep them wives inform
ed by reading the pablic paper. And
besides, the masse of ibe western people
Were always in tkehabit nf acquiring their
political information fima "the tamp'
more than from any otker sourer. Since
the war there has been but little canvas
sing done except by the leader and em is -
sarjea of the radicals. The mse have
consequently been misled. It k) to cor
rect Ibe error into which tkey have hern
led that a canvass is needed Here is an
ojiportuiiityTor energetic and active eon-
aervalive to render more important servi
eed to the cause ikon can possibly be ren
dered m aay ether way.
Ia ttia tooaarthwi wa call tke at ten lion
every colored man who desire the. iuture
peace and welfare of Ibe State aud people,
to rote against it.
Tbe people will be told that it adop
tion will he eeeeutiid to Union. Bet it I
a sumeient answer to such a claim, that
where take to
their counties thoroughly. In no I (ke Congress hat not require.! aucb a Coa-
wim the Ur, u 1 A wkw aott aot fcr beraeif oaty.
foTOitd. but the ia the agaat of msay ahe lore, and
legree, of sha ia bound to art mr their good, aad not
Trt Iter her own crmrneatiuo. Her basaane'
good i tke sua at which she ahoohj aim his
stitntion at Ibe Convention will give us,
in order to restoration. We are lor the
Union, under the Constitution of the Uni
ted Htat.-s, bat such a State Constitution
as the Convention proposes to five us,
will destroy all concord and harmony
amour ourselves, and of Course alienate
one party or the other from tbe National
of die canvassers of this county to their
duties. We think it important that tbey
should hare a meeting snow and agree up
on a plan of operations We would also
suggest to tkem Ibe importance of calling
n mas. meeting of ibe citizen, of thi.
county, at the Court House at an early
day, for tke purpose of ratify ing ibe action
of the Raleigh Convention.
organ inr of the lladical party in till
Sta'e aa we have certainly not tu nc
fie i epattnutlonallj a Conacrvativc
man, and we, feet quite aure that be
Will never endorse the
bow bnc made I
Tin: cctxvKNTiox the new
cowl n 1; ; ion.
As we have not the spnee 10 publish
lite proceedings of tbe so-called in full, we
will keep our readers posted at well a we
can as lo its doings. It ia now engaged on
the Constitution, and although it ha not
perfected much of Its work it ha yet
done enough to enable intelligent persons
Cutuertatite Mttimg at CHiee Branch,
Hurry Counts, Feb. Is. 1868.
Tbe proceeding of the above rowting
never reached us until to-day. We would
gladly have published them had they been
received before ihe events to which tkey
have reference transpired. The rrsobi
liona endure the policy of the President,
approve of the l onaervativo ouveu'iou
t ttaleiph on the &th of February, ami
breathe "pirit of uatriptitto throaghoot
The meeting waa addressed by W. W.
Davis, T. II. RobcrU, Dr. W. A. Jen-
k i:.s and J. J. Hit liff. We are glad
see thai the people of old Snrry are be
coming alive to tke tense of the danger
which tin eaten, lire libcrii' . of the coun
sTsrsxs. . mmui. Mm-
n .... meaiiw or oer erpioiu in ine nanm of Bar
The National rul.lisl.mg Company willsbort-1 fa,nily. where aha amy do aa nrorh toward
ly give lo the world new publication from I making a fortune aa ae eaa iu tot waattlog
the pen ol the 1st. Mo Prvaident of llw Con-1 ho" r work-rimp ITS art the money
federate State to b. eaiMkat -A Const.lu- fn,d " "ealthy-it I. what
. .... . ine save man aw earalnir.. A cood ana pre
1.011.1 view 01 ti IM0 ar wetween Ire-l, buabaad makes a den.au of Iks frails
Slate ; its Cause, Usarsder, ConHuet and Be-1 of hi labor with kla best friend, aad if that
kit. Presented in a Seriaa of Colloouie at freud ho not true to bim. what ha be to
1 ,,,,,." h.m ' I aopai If B dues not place eoafaeae ia
j . . .. - - m .-
J l appear, irom ine ir.ironwoon, w.tn loei U ?
proof sheet of which we have been
that 'he book is made up. ia a treat decree.
Il recorn of bonremi.ons IukI with aaaa of I" ,,w trftWioo. Her husband's
1 - " - v .1 iu 1. .... ,1 j A.
T 1 "-"rT Ptrohntaa i bar reward.. Serf rratiao.
g..i.lU aullair, at las rvaneuce in Or. w lor J- m -rBtt, , labraxa, a-),,. .
vilte, Oa. The book wiU doabtkw. be one of mor ooiupeuy than ha purse eaa wail n-
irreal u.iereal, a any work emsnatinir from "rum. am equally peraietoas. Th Brst
. ,..il n....i h- vanity to etlravaaanee; the seeoudfaa
count; and tbe latter brlact latamnataa.
LltMOKKSTs MAC.izixa Ttinctrrant alontn-line worn 01 an evua to its train.
1. r vi... u 1... ,. i .,..1 i
' r TT.."" "T. - -1 ' Tkt Firm
filled willirlioice Iinr.ty l'cois. no. trv. tasl.ionl ..... ..'..
' - 1 a asaia.iiii aitei rrtt,,rai mm 1.
plata, areJolectural deaiga, Ac Every lady dj, inml of oa of the prbmeatlhtu m tha
sbooU Ure IX-moreaL city by ihe ha Ira So. am a iieafcaitiiiia.
0 I in ao aaaa. a asartrr, to out
Il.. Tartr Csrraaa-ir. Un itel . h """f ' e."eqseaa of tkaa Br
"Tv wu, iuiwn me pioriij , nriby
- , . . ,, . . . . I . .
nairaion, nsq., wm at unum u.ov en oalur-1 n
lay la-t, Uyinz to sell a horse, but upon bein. I buildreg eofwanied w,re beiog anttaj down
o.ie.ti,ied a. how lm.ein n..-.. ol I """ atirwdeo rraat Ueuloo, llii. operation
vi nt hw beee caused. Al dy teag
oar onsen, aaatd in tadasm unoa
1 thai oaoaamaal. The wafta of the
I daring oaa, aad equally
.k. 1 .. ... I ....... I Ll ..i a. I n ;j I
- "-"""I.. -- - W, Lrin, .
auu County from wham county the horse had pecuj ciwdll to Mr. Oeorra Bappkr. 0 list
been stolen. Thar b wh snibecoia-ntlv ar and ladder Uaanaonr. aash Ansoibald
reate.1, and both b and U barm ideutifled. talker, a oolurad man. who, atorilttlg Uss
Tke isro wm tent to iad at Lvxtngton to lr BrKlertJoor, exhibilal m .x
. , 7 mFll S . traordinary degree of activity m its perform-
await his trial and Ik. harm arm returned to am. The danmou aaaa asw wmm - 1
I A libra, hi, i. ,4-;.,l. ....i.. a
ai :sr r,. vi l n u 1 . 77 r w . " '
vu.ui;. s, a dstoetive, too modi oswdH maart o
to know with traXTa certainty wltat ibe
ii.o-t objectionable of iu provision, will
be. The Raleigh Sentinel, which has op
portaniliea of knowing, which we have
t . ...1. . t . 1. . V
n rStati GrneTi W'P wm7m
t:L. ,. A,, as. B. .Flakaasa a
Ue ha aiwaya been in favor ' . 2 7 .l.. o.
checks aod.bwiancea' in the con-1,.,, .... nf o.. 011ier
atitutiou of too State and recent event
new Coostimttoa which ha jaet been rat-
ifi. u in that State reeoguiae tke right of
. . aaaalaw aaa fatoala rost tkm salt Of Mill
J hold an other ''-V
i'"i rr " , 1
.dike. Thi la, indeed, ueagreea, Tke
tbat wa b-u, eat of rate. ratten tor tke
tiotit iu each a mind.
We will not degrade anch a
mentioning in comparison
hat. the t.aii.ee of the Itad.cal
I rants in the District. Socially,
1IKMIV WALSEB, Be ., Fo.
Thi tenth-man was appointed one of
the canvasser for Davidson County at
tbe late State Conservative Con vc iifjou at
It.,!, y h. but we tec that roost of the pa
per, ihrongb some mistak-, have tbe
name of Henry Walter, Jr. Hr. Walaer
m art able and efficient speaker, cmf wilt
do p.odx-rvice duriug tke coming cam
ia ouupliauee with an ofdiaaaea of th Con-led tb members ..'iha department when thry
gta-a, reported the. number of eaetolioto in V -fct Whh arirkjrtotery the
hUkarw for eadkaitio,, Prom th. report U7ZuJ
mw IWH HH. WW U'AM.WrX US WW.HJUUI Oil
both old aad new daote k) eighty-five, a
mounting te eigbty-tbre thousand dollam.
Tbe Superior CoTJrt Oerk hntm m bit of-
See judgments to tbe auxMiut of thirty thous
and .toilers, stayed by Gen. Cauby's order.
saa Ian d by thoae ia
Mam. Hart d) Barley a
' in-atng taakduiadaip
feandrt. Tbe un-
tjt" Oovernor Worth ha issued let lets pa
tent 1 he Mecklenbarx Meehaiucal Aada-uriKw
of Char!'tte. Tli Company is enaaged in tbe I
niaaiifI!u.'trc f liw North Sum naaiing lla-
clnne, invented, w Believe, r.y a gentleman
resiil.iig in- Oharloite. The Haekms a most
luglily nvomuiendeU by
of .11 far hi an ana WO. ,
ComtuitUe of IntMstioatio.
No ad of the Prv-i. lent of the Conymthai,
u, in our eftbnaboe, so higl,ly
the leleution he has made, at tb
bajre tltainglbaned f,nub uoimie wbje il dai' vrx 1 us. atmt..wiy...kv j y
raana 01 ine couveninru ids. uie new cwn
titution akall admit negro .aunrsge and
the Howard amendment by the lcgisla
ture. The t
Ouk 'TiBCB.- -The Wrstitrt1tcT Jte
view far January, with iu uual variety of
interesting matter i on our table. The
following arc some of the content : Dan
i.gar of yaoaaaa
ehology, Two Temporal Power, The
Church of Seotland, Kxtraditien, The
Origin of Kleetricity, fcc. Address tke
Ionard Bcott Pub. Cn, 140 Fulton feH.,
Uanmiite to iavantoat the raaanr ia reran
to nam maid.aiandra by Hr. Uurhwu's re
oluts.il. The oanaailto. aa aamsil by him,
oousista of Mr. itrhaB, Aslday, the Pils-riin,
nd I lama, the neam de tatolrnm ttaVai
.11 tisam who hair I II ia rleeily maniieet tlat the ot,jeot of -.
ung .isiy sou llama on ine coumiiltre with
Mr. Durham, is to defeat and prevent the in
We Irani from the "Western Demo- vesii)rali.m. Aftar what, has trairtoirae. it
eri, that Ibe mat brute over la ijalawba watte apfanol 10 vry one nan 11'. De
nver, on the extern ilivanua of the Wilmint;- I riant s reiatsna to Ashley sr. such thai he eaa
ton, CharUtt Kutbeifurd Kailroad, wm I have no o-mf. wk wiXh bim. Mr. 4. f.w..
upon Nr. lMtlmlil Ine necessity ol Jen mmin;
hira as harimr ln vniliv of . nablJ. ' L-
A M.trit nf tin I tits War hoo.l: and llanis Mr lill,..u .....I.I
Vhy.oogi,;al I'y - i WV I. .n that oa TI.ors.lay hat, while a tauub with a pair of oyster tornf.. StitiuL
room ; the two 1
it may hare been 1
and lady, and their
I ho curt Waa ancle
mailt wall eighteen
high, ah. ig the inner 1
rati a aeries of low tried aik
ea, where the servant, toldiera and
retainer littered in the atraw, la Tha
angle oj,ji..te the eaafle wa a round
ferret, entered, like the main build
ing, from lb court; within it waa
avsmolhing like an ordinary lime k iln
from Mtvan to eiaht feet in diainatrr
fitter Walt Vert Bte feet thick, forme.1
of rough hewn f,nea rndetr latoatar
ed, and pierced with long narrow slifi
f.-r windows, through which nothing
larger than a eat could paee, bat which
admitted of daylight and glimpse
the lake aud iha hills. Tbki again
waa divided into three ratstaa. ,
bore the other; the height of each
may nare rjean m reel ; and in the
lowcwt there waa a fire place, and tke
ai.oi.ov. siiow marka of groove,
which it ia to be hotx-d warn fitted
with glas. Tke eoinmonieatinn from
r. an n t rnom mn.t have beam br lad
era through lioha iu the fl air, for
'here waa no tfaircase outside, and uo
tnaee for ana within.
Here if waa, in three three apart
mciite, that the Queen of Scott item
ed the long months of. her iiuoria.t,
metit She had happily a tough,
healthy nature, which cared little ,.r
minor disc, mfon. At tlie worst, tho
had a many luxuries aa tha wire.
and daughter of half the peers in
Hcothmd. froude't IluUyf iny-
lit PcAueow. J. J.Io State ar Lad.
wick, from Rowan, ne error. Ia Cooke
r. Cooke, horn Wake, as error. Ia ntet
r. Kuc. Irom Northampton, error. In
Mintoa re. II in ton, tiam Wake, lodgaiiint
la 1 erley rs. Newell, ia equi-
'rfT? Whtod, decrue (br plain tiff.
Ia0e. Lacky, in enelty, fromTkav.
Mna, aireci.ng a retertoee.
Mt UxTTM,J. I. Ltak ra. Brook,
Ben; bat Ua tiauks XJIbson, from Cam well
M well, judgment
Tbe tyjulltem planter and Farmer tor
February bat ateo been received. Tbi
i.gre., by ita Act, demand 1 . one f lue bet publication of it kind
a .-. 1 A .
sea, we thought ail to orangery ami co.
I piiiuc and govenjuatt
fcr ko rue br r aea We hoocrexi
too muob to. drag tkem 4ewa trota
what aa aaajakaj a thaw ktgk place B
ally, and intelleetaally be to wet toighijioii with tke white. All tkem ibe or
for .be black race, riril rigkte and U. tfc. qjasxlay Wtbtedd he anataUnl
M.gc, ..... .. v...-.v
political fraoehter tor ineA and social pn-
above t hem . II ia taleu ta an d ch aracte r
are enpk aa to qualify him te fill any
othoe with boner to hianewlf ami uae
fulaeat to tic rHaVtaV '
C'aaatitataoa will claim tor tke negro race.
Let oa ee what K kaa already done, look
ing to thi retail :
I. Tke new Bill of Rights will affirm
that all men, wilbnat
AUrea Ck. B. Wilttato, oditor and
Merry' $ Museum, an iutei eating Maga
tine tor boy and girls, for February is al
to apou our table. Address, Merry' Me
larjre )g was being sawed at the milk of Mr.
O. O. raraley a' sml.len commotion wa caused
Taw U8H or Pkfh b Pepper is an
log swm to fly off of the ear oa which almost universal condiment. Black pea.
it. was booiei, and llw sw broken and entirely
rained. The eufhi wm stopped m an peea
bte baste, and an examination made ta to the
caua of tins l ran-. in. i.i. Just then tk n-
tmeer ran up from tl? room below with a
per irritate and iunames tk coaling of j
ine sioma.cn. tied pepp, r !. not irri
tate, eonte, oenlly it thou Id be used iu
ttetd af black pepper. It wa known to
twenty (.air p-nnder toUd tliot, which I VT TmmmP " ,'
iti-U. bad in.pp,-u ilowu from tl, am i lnv me immemorial, a it cor.
y ( i
ed aad renrre k mtmh fa lharvar ao.
Keith, from Madisoa, writ te be qoatked.
In Maxwell vs. Brayer. from Heaahwowa.
affirm-d. writ to be quaaked. Ia Better
mt Mcddiug, In equity from Petufnrt de-
tree for plain tiff.
By Uk.vi,, J. In Slate . Leake,
(rem liu l.moud, no error. In State vs.
Cook, from Mclhiwell, ne error, la Hlato
ae. Uuckner, irom Uaacombt, memm. la
rtteie rt. Putney, from Wake, aow. Iu
Siateexref. Hoke es. MegaJtrard, from
Lincoln, in euitity, referred to the Master
b, crn-et tke renert. Ia Freaete a.
Aard .1,, in ee,aky, item Cleavelaad, htU
diamttaed wkh costs.
Per iCariam-State r. 8pivey, from
Maeen, iudgamot r verted and mmere ds
noeo. In Bute rev Couyera, from Fraak
Un, ao error.
Plato Darham, of Cleareiand fjaaaty,
aad Calvin 11. koouce, of Sanaa OeeaMy,
wore liataaod to prartiaa tow kt ast tha
aat A Sffy9arah --- V-
Tla ryr,.tuV Mew
trvsinto- i lent wbtah
imnr eo i tent wasot otonrrM m lajt
on Ko.Uy ast, resulting ia lhadtkJ
1W llei4. tM iKopueU UOS-U trolll III. mws. -""... one: I luiueiuortei, KB U cor- , , ' : , riT
Il wm looad that ibis .hot had been imbedded .reett that natalence which a,U-nd the I 72. m.'1V" , M tcM1- "V
,:,:,,,:..:r. zrr.y.z' tot vWe pe?o,ir ,n m to raad.1
... -V r ,''oi oo oi neon anr pepper in in.ir il,.- v... i .ii , .lWt j ..jt w-
toed; Bat to thoae of weak aud languid Lor H..- f the radristil m.ploye, arwek its
stonmcn. 11 it nr more healthy to use car uruu wbkHi yon Nii.-hei: wm
side. The Um iu s.sue filleen or tweuiy in-
ab hi ditnwtwl, and ia titouphl Iu have c'e
t iL' l;i.. a u'...' irt.- t l. i j
ovoi iMwi ainjwuiw. bim, oara nao eo- ; ....-... . . 1,1 i . ' . .
llralw iroa u o.er iiu- i.m wlmrm Iha Uuu ("Tr" man any lorm o - -- T- "". ua
... o oi urxn ia. eon oa
i.t...! ...,1 ,o .11 ...KSari.ftASa,hi. art. .J..I WlUf. bmU
alt ihourh. This, we think, ia the neat remark-1 heeaaae it ttftaulatea
i able fi. t of ihe ehataaaa e lurr ir lii.nl lions of alecnineaa i
mJemnmL Journal Health
aamod. Iln tram tto wood oar, wot erte-
rz!:fen ha body. H. bad in about aa boar.
f,aW. I U,'t " "n,,n; boy a awl tbrir pa--iimt
,eiit. Rail,ua.l shops tad Iracka am daagar
loot piacej lor caiabsas, tiraiyhlhae eh Wrau.