mm, "-i-Tip-i Yy ' - awt,Usal-
K.flh District Al.ma.me.
lk Mokes, hsrry
N wheadatii that the new roMi nation
iVrsnu, P-bBbly and is ry had one, and that! Uudor other
Ca-wail. eiiesmstancM ther would oppose "
Blub liatrict -R.wsji, Cab awns, who yd go aw KM 111 1 ' "r "puliaV "
f-l,'.,'i"'.? Tne-v profess tfeai that if the people re
tawb. Iredell, ftavm, ladkia, t like . , . ,.. .
and Arei.wder 1 J oMelbing wow w,II befall them
S. renlh District -Ashe. ATlegbanV, W" St H"turbed by no such apprcheu
V Manga, Ysrneey, sta.chell, Mcjbawejl, sions. If tbe whiu people of the South
H.irki i aUfw, U, li'mb. il .rd. Hiwviaaisr!. ill but smite in opposition to the new
lotk, Henderson, Traiasylvania. 'Mini- :. -a .. . -i - - -
J mr.a. - Jm r i i cwwtniiuitnp ami il' iimi ini m nil mirmnii"
eoMbe, Madison. Havwissd, ackson, wa- . .", , . A
mm, Ihrssltrr aad t4ay i Mw " "r" eeeslitu
la rack of which Districts, one lions made and supported ljr llic negroes
will a etarMwi aa Bcpn'sasiliw s tn lb alone Negro suffrage can never be for-
Caapwl.rrwU.ti.wk.iKr,,,,,! cid upon ike wl,,tr- people but by Uw
,virr.:S:u,",r, n -.
. Caahv, - as;M V Cartssr,
JaaVaV-loav, d. .1. A. G.
l.fcr T KoH 1 UK CAaN VAN. the lews af lb Bute aa aa in make tl.am
Mit. Hanks, iIiu Msni.tr editor ol jcouform io ( leveling U a
this paper, li lt liere tbia irionting , n-rti-'lViritory ever aiade liaH law
" Jl "w rt . ATT. aM IT
tlie iurnaK- of CanTaaalng Ikvidaon
HxlEin ; I1k ?iilf.
..ll.i.-M in . N, 0, Ai'UlL lo IM
THE OU COMSTITDTHW
Witi its Various AracnJincuU..
THOMAS S. AMIK.
for lie t rrx a x r governor,
EBWAM D. AJLL,
or w itAxnrrft.
Hon Nathaniel Boyden.
WM. M. ROB BINS. a Row,
or tit Omit IUprc.vnMrn.
JOSEPH A. HAWKJEScV
iAA. M. UAV.U.
W. Am WALTOK.
HENJ. F. F RALLY.
J'W 8 Hj f 'Maf 0$urt Ckrk t
A. JUDSOR MASON.
7 Register tf Peeds. .
For County Trtmtmmtr,
JAME8 8. McCUBBINS.
Fur Onmty Smntfor,
m T. WAGG05ER.
Far Cmmta Commutsumers. Jnbn 1
H.h'. Paai Seaford, F. N. Locker, J "
lAxkey jubaaos, D. A. Davia.
ELECTION T1..KK 1 S.
Bjr aa arnDgemeot to aecnie election
liekato to aO tRa oaajatMa akriaof boot the
Btja, tba owbstiea mf Catoarba, Jfrltow
ell, barke, CaUwaO, Rowan, Daria and
Iarukn, will be supplied from tbla
i nlrir aaitfa'Tf, --1 ilfr will
to tbem fnw of eoai
I Tbie bt e itlrn t fman the aabatea on the
; AUbaaaa bill, mhith bill. a il paMrd the
lloaar, we publiab lo-dar. That bill on
ly m.ikra the aew eanatitatian a eonatitu
ti n of pmriaiaMl janmaatut, aavJ owes
If nym ta adaail aba 8mm ilar U
antil it akaR be approved by a majority
f toe people of Alaaiama
Uxnuc abc aiecmaian of aoaaa af iha
ninendav-iiM ot-n4 to it in the II
Mr Hinfbaai, awe of tbe able! k-adcr of
ke Radical aany in Cougms, said tbal
be ruM BH Ter role lur the adinaN)in of
AUtaaxa ao Urn aa tbe peiiW of the
jHtaao were ippeaad la the eonatitu
- i" t "
mil Wr. lie aaid Ra waa oUij-d lo rc
nMHi twavaa aaAa aaAa a iii
aaau'a foreraanat that ruticrmr and io-
N Mr reeve teaJd wewar be bronght to lire
Waertber ia any rnrrrnmi-nt on tcrmi of
perfect equality that wbt-nvrcr it waa at
teMptre) the inferior racu woukl p lo the
waU. lie aaid, and aaid truly, that tbia
w peered by all hMtory (hat In Enrope
the Celtic r icf d id bci n coiiiJ" 11 A t.) jiic
eonib tn their aanerior, tbe Teuloi, and
each would be the caae here if it wete al
leenpled to eatablieh negro governments.
He raid that be did not expect much pnp.
ulmrilf for the congrrsaiiMial policy.
AYben men like Il:i)ru.uu bueiu iu talk
after tbie faahieu it foreshadow ibe deieat
of the eoetgreseioaal policy of the white
people nf the South are bat true to them
selves. The plain meaning of Bingham s
language ia ibat the Northern people will
not run tain any party that aiiempts to
orre negro suffrage upon ike people ol
tbe South. Tbal ia the reason that tbe
project to declare the censlitulirn of Ala
''ra tried by a Majority of tbe loyal
voters" of that Mate, and admit her Sena
Ion and , Representatives t their seats
an aa the Legislature eletrd
under it sbnli have ratified the Howard
Amendment, was abandoned. She most
he left under a provisional covert: men t un
til a asajmity of her registered voters agree
to accept af tbe constitution nrrsenled.
If the Southern people will onlr remain
irra ip their opposition to negro snffrnge.
Northern sentiment will soon compel enn-
greas lo change its policy and v!m.t them
on a while basis. If the Sontliern penple
rom$emt to negro suffrage, tbe Northern
people will not objit-r, hut if tbey do not
leuuacatit will never ba iurrr-tl upau I hem,
and ot tins tne evidence is acriiinulattiig
. i. i
swiuuiy, in wuieii nt is Hio
live e.uiJiUaio fefr llie Stale Senate.
1 1 ia alim-iicv will doiilitlora be rrirret-
ted by our reader, but mo hop lo
have an editorial lo-ter from him oc
citaionallj. lie baa been tu Iter. sty
l.r funedaya liun an aiinck . f cliilbi
hill e hope tlin rxeiieinriit of lite
Pitnvnta rill rcfirr- hi natitil hraltll.
He will imt rMtitite h a editorial dn
tea rtugrtlarlr again until after file
election. Tito intellirenet which we
hare f-nm tlta)t f 'mmt v ia nf the moat
cheeri m character, and We confident
ly prelicl that the ciiservativea will
carry the county.
in iu law and iualitutioaa o ensrriag list- lion, 4Sfil Hb fcel term of Rie oaarf, a
llrndessafn slowed to rrtsJMj iM )rclM1 nmtf
of the law m the Hiranliaskdjaaa1 j
IfAriMto Siraatoa CoORt-j-W
tlsai tl eM af the B(r. . V
llrnderaM was continued k the proare
MR. BOYDEN ACCEPTS.
If will be seen fn.ta the card of Mr
Byon, which appratt in oar eel
nuns to day, that he accepts of the
nonitnarton t en a e red htm hr the
Conrv$ffrt of the Sixth Con
greasional District.. Tin's will he
moat gratifying ihteHiencw to the
er.le of the District who will elect
him by a Inrge majority. We learn
that he will addrcai the people of
Alexander at Taylorsrijle one day
thia week, it heinjrtlic week of Alex
under Superior Court. Next week lie
will address the people of Iredell at
Sfatearitk. if Inyfrig the eek 6f Dos
IcII SttjHjrior Onfrt.
We legret that Mr. Iktyden's en
gntfeinen'f will not pet nut him to
canrast the District inure thnrmighlr-
lint he it well known throtij'lioiit the
Distiict, and ia well known to be on
l n inn aa a Stale as llie ronveaRoit baa
made iu that of iha old State of North !
We grant that in order to gain admis
sion for oar Senators and Representative
under be IWiiMlructhdl .et jMa ne
cessary lo have made suffrago impartial
between the race. But nothing mora
Congress did not require that our whole
judicial system sboald la changed -tbal
we should have tiv judge ol the Su
preme Court instead af three, and twelve I lime, hoping tbal it might be in my
! -i - j .1 u . . . - ' . J ' I . . . 1. . J
joagrs oi me oaprrlor Courts lusteae af , no so, aim io appoiut a nay
eight Neither did congrosa nua.rc that j Bat 1 rrgrei to mlerm you that ap
the other new offices should U- ereated . poiutments have been already Made for
which have been don. Neither did il rt- ase, w hick, witk a lew engagements of bu
uuire a recognition of ike eauality of the ''iess, will consume the lime I'll tbe day
races as has been done It only leu lured ofeleelion.
negr should be iuvaated with I beg the people of Rutherford and the
ui avaaiaBiaaaB hbhw inaas wmwn wir
i"! jsv. m it . . C M. .
WWm f h V?ml eoneewiieo. n .
i it il ne imnwn"
ntre a man to be
i ii . i ,i... I ...... i . .....
r m j ,.. .. . ' IHUQilII SI! lwi' ihv I iniru
wrrjrwm ,m if mas J. lami ftfh m 1AW art
HiLutnoao', April 1st, 1808.
fawaj . Vur letu r of the 0tb try.eonslllutioaaloraiieoaslltuiional. The
latato of the I sited Plates, lade pan
I ST Ol
surdities, to recj
private. criMiaal or eril, and, in tbia aoau
am ly aaett
cm, of the atari, yr. ot.
jii (hot lliey unuw.
m I f '
alt., inviting mm Pi visit Riiherford
asMre- raw people on raw
in the approaching election, arrived her
during my absence (row home; and sine
my return, with an auiioa desire to ac
cept, I have delayed an answer until this
n worn to htdtler will, la proportion to what
liht owust, umI ttsav Uuetsr laaea, tat
. oipuretj lo pay HI TKBN linnj,
al liOul, as much Ux iu ho
that the negro should bo invested witb 1 U K "c people of Kutliertnrd and tbe
tbe privilege of the elective franchise, net djemt counties to believe that there is
that he t Hon Id be made eligible to office, iw part of --the punalatisa of law gtate,
as bas been don. Neither did it require witb whom I should take greater interest k
i I r ..
common law and equity, as adopsad ky i r"u iwriv
Iha Usaaiitut in or by acts af Coagrvav,
fill moru than a doseu heavy volnnse.- j
and the laws of the Slate, embracing
To ill.iMr.l.-f 4)1000 of pro-
ptvty formerly paid Ux to th
law of Kngland in Uw and ekak m a.A .
ore voluminous. Ehber bij-'M "no ottfloUrlh of
tv. are far more
Ik. ataea learned profesaio. f. . life froffJ it rMSjiffjsJ. to par
time. let every man, aa a onraiuioa afl r ' ' T P"7
beiaf reslort .1 lo bis birth right ia the four I lint's aiirll lax or $40 ; mm
elective franchise, in to take a wholesslo e
oath lo support sll Ik laws of bmb ikes " ut UMl propirfy
wouhl formerly hare paid ftdfe
Uoverumeiua. Who will swesr thai he
ill never break tba aaaee. ao matter an
what arovneasisa, thai k wiU alaays.atlU W imw reqWtfatl lo pay $Rl
L.. I.,, t l . l.i.l, 1. .r.... m- ' - ' '
rrouire w'" - """ '"r areaier mnro -r - r - i ,i i. tKaf a I A t
that negrors and whites shonld he mixed i cooferrmg on the oreseot stale af tin i son, ikat ke wiU never Wwadi aconUsot ssi " - . mm wrv SIAlfiea
I indiscriminately ht th- jury box as is pro- esamtry. than themselves r and h thae tresspass en the lands of his acigbtwr jjlleTS $2, ft) our prrjaarty hnkJ..
vided for in tbe new eonwittatioe ) asvadUaaL FahneU not f-l at llhrrty la area by euuiug a rnliiuj switch I Who '
SoitlsqeiU'cvioVmtrhattkeadvweatrs 0cliv a tphariee with their wishes. oaghl lo to required to swear l any sncn ( n in du isnpiNSBj io pay
of the new eooslhution are left without The convention, called under the aa- nonsense I In what respect wRI alb, ,.,,, 'PI aJ iwl so a ,
u rn ih- ,,.,.n .i.i i li.tt ..(...,.;.... u tboritv of Conrrvaa. and which has sent ' ""bi inr most solemu sppeals 10 Almighty eavaaaa
waurv Snr the ' iJ., " ont s timrmsed constitution for tbe consid-! Ood aa the 4 Irauiseieul Witness of truth
and Rcprcsenutive. If ike aew eonstk eratam of the people, ha been very spar-1 and the just and Omnipotent Avenger of
tution should be rejected, as we kave ao mg In lis allowance of ttmr. With an lalsenooa, in amil rcspeei w ssbm do
i-owcd .to the new J natttntion and
to unirersai nrro iiiffruwe. He is
also known lo le a conrfrraiive
man, and never tu have any ;.thl a
tion with i tic R-idicuI part v. Uewill
receive all the C"hvrviive votes in
ihu District, ami' his name ai the
ticket will induce many ! an(surt it
who have not lieen tvurued as (Jon
sen at l res lie ret el', n e.
f HASf MEETTSG IN ROWAS.
We bad a grand rally of the Coo sen a
' Uvea yesterday. Tke Mora was crowded
' w , ,fa uecent looking wkhvs people, and
quiM a Largs mttdber
At 11 o'clock Town Hall waa ct
ift aa attentive, wide awake assemblage
It mm awaid time gstkeriug. And on
the pUtsorM Were seen a number of bon
awed nsoV ..kigkty fespecfed Jentlenrefi,
limy, Oraham the ssosi notable of them
alt. There vera C ministers of tbe
l " 1 issamsinlinr nearlr aa nianv
l ,.il .. d
THE MEETINO ON THURSDAT
Tbe Salisbury Conservative Club had
a rousing meeting at McNvely's Hall, on
Thursday night. The spacious hall was
well filled by tke citisena of the sown and
surrounding country. Many of Salisbu
ry's (air daughters and they are the fair
est of the fair graced the occasion with
of well-behaving - taetr presence. I ol. H. C. Jones, Jr., of
Charlotte, was the nist speaker, lie en
chained tke aedicoee for near oue boar
e -I M'lH WIIH'K
with a thrilling and eloquent spcreh which : 0iiifliituii
Let tho people rememlncr thai il
the new Constitution ia adopted Oie
faXea will he four time, as great as
they were in lMrt. let them rc
member further that the araontir of
taxable property in the Slate is about
one-fourth of what if waa iu 1300.
Slave prooei-tr, Hunk t ck and
Railroad stocks have bei-n s ept
away or iiecmne wortiilii. Heal ck
tafe has depreciated in valiie at least
me half. It' four time tba amount
f taxes must lie . collected from
tmc rotiitn ol tne amotint or prop
erty, what wll bo the increased
amount of taxes which that pmerty
ill pav in proportion lo its value
SoJvc this question, yni'inrn who
will liavo the laxes to puv, and you
will be adoiiti'lc-d at the answer. Let
us solve tt. To do so we will assume
a ease. Suppoee that m 1 'J , one
hundred dollar worth of property
paid the sum of one dollar. Tlia'
would have' keen twenty-live Cathla,
or one win no m a dollar, on eveiy
twenty live dollars wirih of pnierty.
Xow, solving this 'piestimr by die
rule of proMirftoh : we must supjxee
that this twcntjMive dollars, worlh ol
prnreny will have lo pay iliestioi ol
tour doilars'fn taxes, under Ibe new
for the e Witt lie foil
doubt ,it will be, congress wiU no doubt injanetlon in the Act, that no leas than I betd among s people, who will bring I hem
miuirc modifications and amendments to than thirty day should be riven, the intsj ridicule and contempt, by swearingas
be made, and that it be sukiuilkd lo lh enuvrutmn by its srtwr, would appear toilhM (oeMitHii.ni requires r
people again ill a much k-ss idik-ctiouabki "mv umtrrstood this is an Intimation,
form. This is all thai the people need lo ,,," BO """ man thirty days should be
fear as a eoasseuetiee of it rejectta. permitted for the deliberations of the pen-
jjiwtoB.wn msimmeni, wnien inis oouy
was more iban sixty days in framing, and
which if carried into effect, will make a
A letter from this county assures sis revolution in almost every efv nti.il feat
tnat Maj. Bobbins will get tke support of " of the Stare gnrrrnmcnt The Con-
the m-kole Conservative partr. Tbe old V . 0T ltr' e"l,M Jl ",P. P'0 ?
, , . t s. law rvsie under an nr: nt ttieir legislature ,
incnmben'r of the count v offices hare been .j.!.- a. . . . . j Tkfi
and which proposed a few amendments
nominated, and all being ready, Uavie is of tbe nhl Co- .minion, allowed fonr
a a as .a as a mss . I e 1 I. a M S I
nirippeit anil ready tor tbe nght. Mr. monma iirom amy io noveiuoer) ror tne
UuLhiua will " those amendments bylthe
es tkere on tke 1 f h. Witb the help it fjfi ft wcr "V J roU
, r on liner ratincalmn or rejection. 5uch was
llie w hole-souled snd iniromitable white ,. ,.,, A i t: i J ni.
men ot Uarir, radicalism will be ch ain d great compeers ; such was their care and
out of the county. anxie.tr llial tin- enuslitutwn, the fanda-
This same letter Informs n tint yw. nt"t w m aH hs parts, should have
, , the approval of the sober sense nf the
,ug announced lucre some day. ago, ,bat olh.r.rM,. , -noro-,. that tbeir
iM-ing on of lbs Rewislrars of kUwaa, k mh showed be rented. And had tbe
eonld not canvass ike enanty, but bad recent convention sprung from the people.
eiiraeed Tonrree lo do it Air him. We "at ; bad a martty of Its mem
aa ever before lb War, and a
I ruction over, as only round num
bers have been aawuuMxl: for oisrht
r j ' e
Will il not i ir i I ni'Vi'iil V lh. ...... ...I
.sXr.il .. rJ ihs. eel.. J
no ssng, . of the President, iha I we hai e . ,;tl will gl) lllto three lUtUlOtss
been bnmiliated M degrsdaiion and then . . . . . .....,.
laughed at for tba quietude of tbe snbrnis- JK buildreJ and llXty-aix lboil
"T' .ili. . Lii and Adktra four timea and neariv
1 have not leisure to pursue I his topic, V
nor to notice lbs numerous olber objee- oilc-.'iau over. DO llial llie tax
Hons to the dociimeut seul forth tut' the i
eousidetalion of ibe people; its extrava
gance of expenditure, its heavy exactions
in the wax ol taxation, its changes in oar
payer property will ba CON
FISCATKD under tin- plans,.
jmflcial system, rualtiplicatiou of offices. J lle pretext of guaranty i,,o ,
My most earnest retommniiistion is lo
I aas, tewrJeswea, whk great respect,
Your 1 1 'U. Servl,
W. A. Uaaaaa.
M.-ssrS. dsn. 1.. ( ,rson. L Deck, T
I'. Erwia, W. H. RiUer, Rc,
I 1 I t.l j j a
annrehend that Toorree will not come to "T." m 7f-"7 ano aepeno
Mitt nil Ins rAnimahhiM t K. . im,f.uu1
represent; bad they ex peeled to be gov
the scratch, aud that if lie does, be will
not stand more than one fire, but will in-
eontiiicady elide out.
erned by tbe regnbstiona and lo bear tbe
bwnhetis thev Were- making pmrtsion In
impose on miters, a like extension nf time,
and regard for the deliberate sense of th
Bennkr. miirbt have biH-n rinected from
The Regislrais of the County now bare them, fts.,, hsjtead of being tbe servants
their bonis open to register all who are nf the people in lite ordinary sense of poj
We havir bsmrd i.fal Hlar represeutatires or the whites, who
REGISTER ! REGISTER ! 1
entiiled In il
. i have aiwny s l-xereised tbe power of gov-
lunv in Iha enunlrv who havu not vet - . r . ev
' s - ..' , erHuient heretofore, they were far
been enrolled, and IrUat ihat all will avail fa .f tUl nmiorttv iu Co
themselves of this last opportunity to do . which called ibe eoavetuiua into being.
so, , upon a basis ot constituency never aataor-
. ... 1 ewe ,ised by the governing au'aarily at the
A Gooti Iuxa. 'I ho while aen of Utr, aud more soiicito.is of approbation
Row an are roused aad rousing. Tbey i 'h1t 1,t"rt"- tbn among the Ire hit.-
, i ii.i t .l.j peop'e "t home. Hut as if lo complicate
mean to put forth all their strength lo de- ' .. ' , .. . ' .
anaus and eonfuae the iMiiniliiriiiii.il i-neh
feat in Uadical Locstiuinon, and tn ItlU sjsmisijfcassshdb Nakal for eweaintr-S.. t., 1 1.......
...J I.- I -4 .. ,L : i . i... souin, '
i in . I' " oi aaaswa w " viim in , 'taS Ullimn. ie- i iiui.iu Sal tSewJI f as UI
ibey have laid off to go lo tlsu polls m the , t vote iwatmte forty or More oik-
Sl.i.with three davar.ti.ma and otherwise o isi.t na-ni.ts goveniineni ani lor
, , i... ... .... ..I llu I .. ..i. I. r .. . . . .....I 11
- -. .... r .r.n.i.i . .iii.i ,i i m ii
Tax Notice !
Tbe following alatorncni showa
tbe atirounl of taxea tbat it ia
tiiuatesJ tli.it tbe people will have
to pay for the year IH09 if the
propoacd new Constitution should
be adopted :
Interest on the public
faith of the State I A tar rnore
gnllinw ciinfitfcal ion than tbat once
proponed and now abandoned,
which oul propoacd lo confiscate
property exccedtita; in value five
tbousaiHl doflitra. ' e''1' '
Will )ou vote tor tbe confisca
tion of your omu lands f
IP NOT, VOTK DOWN
THIS NIV CONSTITU.
For the General As
Salaries of oiTtcers,
Coai of I'l liil t ill iai v ,
tor working the aanio.
duly eipiipp. d, and camp on lb.- ground
for a I hrac days service. If the 'oner
vatire white mm of the State will accept
tbe suggestion aad art with like determi
nation, tbey w ill carry the State by 30,
Hsr. Pttor Yobs. That genlk-man
is in tke city with view of leaching cu
tativea iu l.ougresa. A negative voie in
I his condition of the matter is prompted,
not only a a rebuke for ibe denial of tiara
necessaiy for proper undi rslanding of
the chaagr proposed, as well as la rat off
ibe Mwy new, aontaii awry aiid rspc-n-sive
oCcea it is ought to eslabliek.
On looking into ike CouatilulkMi offered
for ai'opii.oi, the bbjections are so numer
ous ami di cisive, tbat il is impossible to
panicnUriae them all iu the brief space of
a b-tter. 1 am gratified to see that iki
was frroaentlr interruDled bv mauds of tunes h touch to be iail wlnlo the i nacular tonrue. His lectures on Inric witness oioeciiona, which, an tar as
ses in lira ni mar and Isne. A
ponunuy .. ...u. an..ru.-a m y-ipw we Ktfurmri ia fa iim.
sous, whose time or mesne h limited, to eSMHnit f fa pubi,,. pre, or Mr. 1
gshr s- thi.roogh know Kwl ge of rlw4r -rr'bes; leve to bring bv yoar atti afJaw om rj
nf these olijeetions, winch, to
uiiKoint id priipvrtyiit valuo a hut
one fourth of a list it was then. If,
rhoM, twenty fire d. .liars worth ot
priiixjrty pid a tax of niie-fonrth Of a
dollar in 1 what will be the rme nf
applause. After Col. Jones, bad conclu
ded, loud calls were made' for Kranei, E
Shober, Esq., who responded iu oue of
tke most chaste, elegant and appropriate
.neeelies lo whieh we have ever listened.
Wo hope he will pardon im for aaptesslng increase if ilse teiiie aino'mit mna ha v
op Kgyei thai w'ho speak w wett sa-ftil".''' .1 f?"r hi IIW I" The
so seldom. After Mr - Shnber had taken ttltswei is at hatid. Il reoalii-s just
K .ii, .i.nl flaca dssbiaved above iLem eosi-'bis seal, load calls brought W". H. It ii'ley, ! sixlui ti qnarfers of a dnltar In iiiakc
eoialcd lb drcrauon Rsr the oraon- M ,,U . H- "j"' tL W""U. I fVnr Uu"-B,. " f.Ul . "'C , '",L'1 U."U.e'
. ni - . a trniasaaes speech at so huenn hour, and tl,c. new 'Constitution, should it be,
; - rr.-. as suck speakers as kad pre -eded him. udopled, will he iliat UXTKU I tines as
reaat tm aoores laepeopie. Wsaasrat w jj oveter, prosid. d n address the j r .rtl j(, j,,,";,,, u, fa vln d
Jata Sfl allomat M describe hi address, audience for a lew mirmtes in an animated ' , i,,.,,,KI: taxed us it was in 18CI
.imIh . Ii.i-lt .......il fit.. hli.m.l ...ilti ... I .
i And laxaUon being wt vaiortltt It
I will lrar just as hard upon llie man
i. . .. - . . I..
givs the most entire satistaeti-Mi. Profea- "w- n" ,MH " f"7 commenteu
sional men wh.i hare not siodied the
science thoroughly should embrace this
Cost of iaJe Convention,
Article. V I, section 8, reads as follows
"Il shall b. lis duly of ibe General
oppoiiumty of piohing it to the Imt torn. Assembly to provide iron time to time
as it is done with greaf ease and in inered- registration of ail electors, and no person
thlFftulclrihTS iearned fcow tb- Tr.-tiHurer'a t.-
f 7 " ,, i , . t , , , r U. register without first taking an .
saiisfaehaii to alt who will favor bun vtlb',,, (r .fc to port Slid other official SOUrcra,
j l-eciuii. at Mc.Vrviy-s Hall,
jevcning al 8 o'clock. A treat is
jed. All arc iuvited.
Il b .rKrimtius I ul he run. I 1,U Strain Which exeilefl lite Utmost enlllll-
baisdb-d ike i WiuutH... now kfeila!!": ,J,h k-"1 Mr- 8teer! ,ke
.: . . . 'l-or. jm.rs, were ireqneniij a; -pi iaq'o. r ,
prwpk- lur rliac-l-r reii.m. provwgj .... JL uX rPm lrt. I boo os n.-ih n,r but Ins h.-use hold
. wsJssnsassaoxusm, that tbey .lmuU an-llU eub adiourked to meet arai next prorly. as It will up.ni Hie .oat.
Mwitotfogrr rrrrf He was rytrmrdTaAkr-mrr, when abl--spt!sttCT'-lu?et be laxcf
k W ' . I af i usa 1 1 a tti iiPfitMirtiiKi . tfsi iMlsrs if4
. I ... !al. - - J .....sl.... J 1 tsspru-tl la- Df Ifftrwrtt. ! ' m. J " ' ""
lowrinoM m 1 1 gl iuivu:iu aurnieMi. siiiu , r " .1 r, f -r i , it 1t 4 ,t.
l I aa- i .1. ... .1... ....i --r-rr.M f sail tr ( I m . , (I. . . . , , ., I . I . , ,. L , ,i , 1, v
intr to the rountrv. The cause is now
psaaSjsj subject. largely in the ascendant in Old Rowan,
Mr. Graham foacksdrd kisspceeh skoal and is raining ground every day rimh
We h-arn ibat' tLe eutlnuiasm which''!
and save ..nr-el e- Ir- in hnitretis
wh it'll yoll can ii it I .ear, l.y ' voting
do ii the lie W CoHofilufintt.
V o'chw-k, aad was Mkiwid iu a short ad.
iiie. by our candidate fur the Stale Rear
IS. IS. M n. In .- -
reriewiug portions of Ike Con-
s: mi rion not touched upon by Mr. Gra
ham, Mr- UuhUus tcld us of ahat lie bad
Tbe impeachment is progreming
Wilhia Uie next thirty dasit will, iu all
iifUabilitybBoueluded. How it will tar-
MsaaSa nuns saa tell with certainty; the iudi-
s-eo, In aid and frit -ince hr bad been ausaajtsjas. , aowwyer. are bvot tvorbls to th
I-' ni i niissjr ' i iit r- rsiy rft t ' -jf " r n si fTtirP1' 1 - -y ---' Tatti 1 WKr
Smatt JJutne :Mrrji The
robbed Mr. J M. Ilurah's sotoke-Umise on
8unlay nishl lai. Iue sinew been .n- ..ven-.,
arrested and ev'oiinio'i to jaiL Tliey were
negroes, Ji.'l. T-..I-I si.il Jim Ixiw-ery. Th.-y
were ilus-overiii an J a. rest eel by ..... ..-.J dej.u-
J'oSTPoSED. ft will be seen by reler
union and taws of tbe United .States, and
Sala'rday tke Constitution and laws of North Caro
lina, not inconsistent therewith."
Here is a provision which deprives eve
- i ry ailisea of lb Rusta of his birthright as
, , i. an eleelor, until be shall rc-eitablisb his
ba'glars Whu .. . ' , ... T
- - .. mij mii .Mm, mi.w im. is i saa
which no couseientious uuin can take. No
peismi "shall be allow i d lo vols w ilhoul
registration, - nor bo registertd, witkout
first laking au taitb or aJBrimitioo to rnp
I port tke Constiiutiou and laws af tbe I in
I led Males, and the CoostitUlMMl and laws
orNorfk Carolum, imi Incouslstaul thvre-
i h i'h v
It will tint , In- seen tbat if tbe
New Constitution shoakl be rati
fied, tbe people wilt be required
to pay in one year a lax amount-
in to Til I. KK . MII.I.IONs
BIGirr IIU.VUUED AN I
DOLLAR - ;
The Taxea as far as ean bv
both County tuid Slate, during
the past year amouiited to atiout
eight hundred and seventy thoUav
and dollara ($870,000.) So that
Hie tax to be leiied year by year
under the IVew CoiuditiititMi will
amount to more than F O U 11
T I y E S a iittu h
The una ns iiuw Atsiiny to iay ' , Wm H hat tie. K t
vere rtiredla X par, in adtniT I incrsd taxation.
lion, say tke Itadieals. or we will never '
erws ism iasid i tws kiw
ih. n.stspsil sanidsdatea r
enee lo our ad vertising column that I be When was ar oath of ny kind ever be
sale nf the valualik' lands hi longing to fore required ass qiialiieatHin for voting 1
tint estate nf B W. f Iriffi'.h. deceased has
r as- ixr . i . l v. 1 hsssa nostnoned tn the H.hiiImv or Hav were reumred to take asset
e. i .1.. G . s ... j ' .. i.. .1.. ' i ,1... i .... .......... o. .i .ii w .......... I. ..I ...It i...
i.iruii, is irrn.j; ssiit ills. H'HIUSJ III IHU ,i "' " m"J OS Oi-psJIS- f It IV 1 -'HI HH I 11 II III ,lll lit!
ssontfi, when II will lake placv al the nients were very properly required tn take
pillW Mt'18'''St1sy. rhls fa straaTa arnarar.-aa win a
very valuaMe popi;rry,ad perswni WTsk'eapesr la UonsHlatHm of
inr In invest in real estate would do Well . Htaies and nf llie Stale ; but no oatb was I
to attend the sake. i ever reoshrd of an elector as a condition J as the slave sTopery hi no longer
' . wmn "s "Igns .wn. Aninrnuiiriui us f . .
A o . i.' if V i . - . Is smlsnn .1 l LI.
A I r.AM r.oiNt. jur. .isBW is BUM arrived nt years of ma Hint r. Ihev , " - " "aiiiosi. in
acq aired ike right to veto ow sayhig a tn-1
A KALHUaL UAsNUIIaUTK. .
Ww leant that not kwtc since, orm
of i ho innoiiiem of the ftUdicaJ I'arty
to ii present I his e unity in tbe I- g .
Inline. Ulioving ,sr ksspias; thai kl
bad disco red a sjuld niiaa on ht
preniMen, applied to m lieedinsi by
ihe name of Govwnaur 0m well, a
miner hr tr.nle, with vie) lo en-
paging his scrviears for the purpose ..'
iiivesthjaiina; ibe aMitrr. ' mv " w Jt
wining io work for :rw didlsradar
and Ik mid himself, wttidi tbe can l:
jJSla -, I,, , ii U 1,1 -. . ..Ii l- - L. ..
aassw asm OMlll -S"ail lllinwr f si II IV U I
he Dually concluded lu ajirr(ao G.iv""
Waal to work i and cinitinMad trerkiag
t'ir seveial huiirs in the cold and rain
nniil he was inierraptad by lint earn
didaia, who wiahad to know how he
hud viiied at tbe last eleelien. '(iov '
replied thai he had voted the Kepbh
licau n ket. Wlierenpoo Iha nomo
nee drovs bitu Irani Ins prasa.se, de
clarins; that be wouhl giva eapby
meiit to MO person who Voted that
Tlii mean while ansa now has the
tlldttslling effrontery 10 salt llie Ml
(rrues to vote for hint at i ho approach
ins; election. We tell tba non-roes to
i beware of aaeh false, hvutsMiiieal
ineii.is. Who, wtiihj they are will
to mnku mvu of thsnn for ilia twirpowi)
of advancing Iheir ow n selfish poltu
cai aspiraiioiis, vet were never known.
ainJ we are well peisuaded eever will
lie, km wo to bofrieiid one of tliem in
hoer tsf fteedL " ?
7fEtK. trfrrr blioas tktket.
Tfc following is Iks L'umn Republican
Ticket brought out by the Raleigh '';
mfcr.w-l towbick -llusioo waa taad. sa
Vat Govensot, Daniel R Goodroa; for
I jew l-G over n , Wm tttiaat bar eeereM-
rv of .-.late, H W I test ; for Treasurer.
Kemp I' Hanle; for Auditor, 6 W Bar-
gin i tor Superintendent of I'ublic Works,
W H lUgiey ; lor Saperinlewdeat of Pahy
tie l. s.rucuon. Ur Aeria XenthsnksIM
for Attorney lieneral, Lewis 1 Old.
i'or .Supremo Court Judges, Jf ,
t, s 4 sai I mj i al aaal aa AsUsm I'm ina I lsM staLssLksb
UP as llawlf C3VT IIIitT 17 Wf WmwWkWwr' sarlsfj
will secure nr admission. There ia not
a word of truth in it. Th reconstruction
sets day not require ss lo make any such
Constitution ss this. Th only point on
whlcltfiose acts dlcMtd any thiog the
Moor aud Nathaniel Borden
for Superior Court Judges t
trie i , 1 1 avid A Bsuroes t emmd
r. J Warren third district.
uiif u laau at? I 9 w.-
the oath to i tlt liiv-lno jn r l.i III .of inie- ei-ih ; fourth ibsleiet, l H
1rsaa4fhitiilr lUlph Buiemj aixi
wssww ww naam ' a . - i"i III' j i i
he isend one of; lawyers asstisg
admr Rodman's I seta u be
Brown, of this place, litis just coiti-
bmms U- Repukieatt .Setiatoraale couveulion was tbu suffrage ues-jjatcd a beatllilill working model of.
e(crulBei to trjb v two. Tbey required that universal suf- a sleam engific. ft Is of aaple
as. bn: as judges, inm of them w g fa y. incorporated into the n . w p" w e r to dr. ve S Sewing loschme,
s Mssaritf sab fay .Vear ClD.sfH, politlda
isai i aahM asat ww atempi to rvrt l.t iU.iijkjsM"1'f tStigb of
nsa smd shmisaasai rasmss. tor this
a o. fnsamiswi Bell the ball ! is s rswWesI sod net s srWaa proeeeuiioa.
Icsstagra In our old system. HsatWeoa
. . ." i I il I nj. I 1 1.. -----
congress, aad Lotbiug saseat No, It
bsS prossedsd tatdieally to change tbe
whole s tractor otottr Stale Goremment,
aad to provide for a new codification of! a twenty horse power.
or inn thing of that kind, and Jks
SM aijaTaa III sail linrtsriaat aat SSWaaVsa sasaMMSaTS
t S. ". rli: iSartof Juaticc.
vwaia aaa an ' i V UVItl Vr ia , a s s a
t- . - .'s.I il. ,, 7. ... that our people rei need
.. -iwm.j W.W..S.... o .as. uur. , opDor1tu)eJ ttxvwMm fc- gc pM,
And now. if Mr. Urown tan IntM . mnnU. mmmL umij J!. 'X,
ao engine n uia iae, wuai ia io Hin
der him from building a ton-horse, or
'r.S?e..nnr. Iw. s...i:.tl--j -:
u - . . - - . inrjiiMiiiiri im su niiiuivemu u s
Sing Ms, aa they became competent b T rl
make a enntrwsjt, kr Mere agw asak lisl inrrilSJSrV Ul.tes of aoveriMUeot but
dense; snd i hoosaude upon thousands of ........ a . ... ...
ttsra. lusa Bred and dim) wwbaat ever ta ! "A'" ISL,T trfwoted by the
1 his hi i sib alii i is aallasl sa laahfa I
Reade. B I
Wm T Fair
Baker : f1
a . . . I .
is K Ahn
. called m testify h, prytjoacd Uoitatttution to
It was la ikis sease. !r r
.d in the idea, so tion and charity. Tba Rail Road
and Banking Property has so de
preciated as to afford but a small
Tkis Omiismiia paafasaj that
berewtVr tkwy mll mdy acqnir, thi. prtr-1 1 7, " " , " T
Hers ly beUg sworn, if fa 0stk war Ux, ond thn hind have greally
B GilllaM ; seventh district.
Jackson ; eighth district. Franc
her j ninth district, Wm if ghfpp 1 Mnth
district, Anderson Mitchell: eleventh do
Clinton A Cilley.
1-t district, r Wm Nicholson, id Js
i Wm ii wrth, 4th. n
A II adri. k.
dud J llsssVlaf, IU QtmK V tl KM
par, 7tk, Cat K H done. ' ' V
7VW A'crr- Oaemmw mf lis
April 7, I'.M.-Gew.ll.n
omnia leak tbe eat ol i
sec as lb Go em war af Virginia bed sa-
tCeTCoal HlVaO tlia ijlllics).