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SALISBURY, N. aHJLY 3, 1868.
VOL. I, NO. 26
; NEWS FROM HOME. No. a.
,llmwa, 8. 0. June 28U, IMS.
JAwMUb 0M Caiat, 1ijU-i-
Sons f Burnt Ourolmu Chkai
Gum : In my letter hi you
, 25th int , eontaiaed, M I had p
. of oar moat excellent and highly
sd ana corunian grand-motberChiv
n ve, baa-ever, took tbe precaution
that U wu the impression of a
rtou Pbytictau then preeant pro-
( bar to-ba 4a a state ot trance.
. uli unqualified pleasure tbat
yet a martyr,
. it w
v enabled to rami the fact tbat
i nut ai taken ia Us eonelabo,
- watt ye wul ptea accept aty UD
i care eoaWalaUltanai and that be.kla
g live to tiluea tba bright and
future tbdt seem to await yon
udential frieud of your teuiily
ted but evening te tba old la-
.ito spsrtmeut, uy heart dilated
Uen I found ber seated in ber
hair, and marc especially, from
. agreaa Mt mm tftteratiog
r tit ruined Br, although very
r.itn ber leng poli of Typhoid and
i to watch aba 1
aUatia, aud ber
i at tatcinauage that of ber palm
2 She spoke freely of pawing
cu$ wui a i am mroraea try taa tstnuy
rriean. taenia word aba ntterad when
i rota ber tluabtr verifying tba
t Proverb tbat "oat of die abundance
u Heart the mouth peaketb," with
. mm instinct of a devoted at atber,
uclabned, where la ay graadaon
3- I On being informed tbat be
f.s. itnnrtTiv wiiii im iinmifr .aimniw
hail brother l4audpr bad Mas
iastooed Pbuipotealiaiie U Waab
ptaa ia reaMoitirat tgahitt the farther
i iiiaet drop. Iu tbe plciiutude of
at she expressed delight and an
, : '. alluded te Tommy's iuteHeet-
i and Jaffa! atrangtb, and indeed, te-
MtMi ihti he was a political aaa. hue
in .vi i 'iigrxtulaicd btrti-lfon having
m alo.i llli'lil Mb tit 1 ram- flint In III.'
it t mivereiiy vouhj avail tbeatelve
; Wt, 1 oeaa uad to be the prate
rtUtMagb't, and wa by praffaaKMi a
1 '.i-uinuril Ualtulator and folili
itviiiti-et and Coutractor, having al
a W hand a (all aapply of eaoiicd
ftt, u nrv pared la cireuto iu the
itlii maiiin-riiid diopateb, any
i the lino ( hi rocation. Hid bid
U i ateeutad to erect a Deuacraiif;
iu mi hicu Urn L'uited State
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. nil thxre ttkrme (MriMmi
, ir.tt fait. Jif brviber Jimmy
very jx. pnlar and nklllful Engineer,
jo !. ' . iaii.4 gnod aritt fat an mankind.
m Sajftreyed the ymttjit folky
f?rnvd tun kid out tlie li'iilroad and
t La.it, '!' rteckbotil'ri am to trav-
ovrr 4 frve. the entire Road h bam
m, flu ha already innuelkd through
Muck Mattjtiim and placed the rail
tl't 't :h tins Ititiikii Simmy, at tbia
.1 an lujiMieuoi! was eaed out and
L'Mtlttlun diimant. which may
ijr orftiicma until atlertbe 4tb of July
uiuty : eudt-avertatl however, to dla
e ii, the imnreaehia aaau In be tbat
Tumid vriii eav- iu froa tbe colored
tbe fact that a re anion hal teken place
and objection buried in Wimain, tbeir
puleo now beat with krtgiiar tuiitea and
heart to heart nupontivo echou, the hap
py hour baa new arrived and the Groom
with hi 9 attendant havn aix-mLled ou
tbie tbe 6th, but night in tbe prntuee of
wwjo in or U OI feia laUraate! frUad
and relatiree, having bean diveetrd of
tneir frronrcri by the viciaeitade of cir-
cou. .trnice to which I will not refer, were
not abb; to engage a Prieat to dignify the
aihii according to the weaJtby pott
arw wmcn I He nartlcii were bom ami
winter wheat follow the eurinf Kra'n
the uopth of plowing may be increaa.
od two or throe itielae. A top dreaing
ing of msnare thould bo plliod which
will aid in forming a good soil. In
t la ia way tba arable toil It gradoally
doeptned, and permanent improve
inent'mado. Ilural New Yorker.
educated, the parties however in tbe moat
telean and Imposing manner proclaimed
themselves to be Man and Wife aceorJ-
tOtbe law af South Carolhi.. and
Urns saved tbe nuptial fee, " Jlesigatia
iu adversity and humbleiiett in prosperi
ty bespeak a noble mind." In conformi
ty with the paraphanalla of the evening
and self benediction Lemonade was hand
ed . around, tbe Bride and Groom partak
ing brat. After the usual congratulation
and interchange winking the happy couple
a long life and prosperity hi her new sphere
of usefulness. A half past nine, an early
hour, the guest hid them adieu, invoking
forlrVa MM draaaw and rfaaecrt tiM
Tha Bride and Groom thru nrr eeeded
with tlveir LrtetmMtfrw to the poor-hoase
wiw mn, r u, aarkedapon bee rimg.
Tbe Groom mi his winding way wbitr
pered in ber ear " My Lore, my heart and
lute la all tbe atore fiat I can give to thee
tat" poor Ui otfrrtnarhe.'' Ta which she
replied with a cheering and angelic voice
m i asK, ana aerruy may tne noat
vW that my lads In." To tbit be rennd-
ed with new leek ofhyrr, My darling
tetlM name oar fint born 1'bilotophv.
and that thev retired for the Jihrbt.
I have tbe honor to be Pir,
with th greatest rrtpoet.
I, 8. During their eagafaaant aa cx
tra iattmaer was ibdalited iu. I'hiloo-
phy hat been liernysbe will Im; hantiiied
on next Sand.iy, a beautiful Brunei! she
I wdl advise you fully iu my ueit.
SUItSOILING AN'D DEEP PLOW-
Some venmngoit was qui cgcocral
ly the auatoMi of agiictilmral wriler
ami u-atiiem to, mvwcmw uiq m .w-, . fur bi. c01ir,c biu, br,mshl
ag withiint iitiicb referenco fa -cmw doWn .1, ",,..,.. ,,( ,, n Soalh T
cllll9taiice At A ntitlwtl of fBnnera I r, FldeidM ld die trentleman neem
wt we e, ttodoubtedly in the j raclioc t tj l0 ,nillk Gen. Grant's recommoa
THE GISAHIUTI DILL.
Th following warn the House proceed
ingt, on Monday hut, when tbe Helief
bill was up iu that body. (Jul. Doakary,
! late V. a. A., member elect to Controls,
will find bat cold comfort In the report.
Tbe whole proceed tng exhibit, in the
matt glaring light, tbe bypocrity of tbe
" Tbe Jloase returned the eoniiderttion
of the bill iu relation to removal of disa
bility ftou certain persons in North aud
Sooth OaroKat, the bill baring boon post
poned until this time. '
1 lie. quiflion recurred apou tne motion
ta rettsider tbe vole whereby the con
ference report was refected.
Tbe q Best ion was raeont idrred, and the
question then recurred again upon agree
ing to tbe conference report.
Mr loean, of Illinois, cava at a rea- i
ton for votint for thi bill, becaote the
Chicago Convention recommended the
granting of aaoeaty to person who
would be loyal to the Government; aud
in retiug for the bill be believal he wat
aetidg under the iuttruetion of tbat Con
vention. Mr. Brooms!!,, of Pennsylvania, argued
ht favor of the MM, and said In the debate
on Friday it was tuted tba tbe name and
condition of tbe perron named in the bill
had not been properly coniidered. He
thought tbat was a uiittake, because all
thesi nam. had been recommended by
tbe loyal Cooviutiont of the Southern
Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania, atked
if these men had all asked lo be pardoned f
Esnn ially had General Longttreet done
M'. Brooms 11 said that one caso had
troubled the eeuimittee more than any
other. But Geu. Longstrcet was recom
mended by Ci n. Graul, and hit repen
tance' wat believed to be sincere, and hit!
believed lo be a proper ease, lie had done
mack to aid recoiutrhction, and if the
House did not uke care of him, where
I prOMing too ahallow own ikiw
trachargv ot ebttllow pi luring uomd
ImKJ uhl the- niiij n lty of Cultivsl
tot, jiui on thu limit toil it is not
nation wt a good one. W by not, then
include Gen. Lee 1 Geu. Grunt lud re
V i m mended his pardon.' '
Mr. Broinall had no donbt they eonld
A WIIITE MAN'S GOVERNMENT.
Ia iu eagerue to demonstrate that the
negro It a lit tabjeet for suffrage, the New
IorK Junes pro vet too much. Iu new
boro teal transports It beyood tbe bouad
of toberneat aad truth. The exclusion of
be negro from the exercise of tuffrare.
ay I tbe Timet, "has nothing whatever lo
rest upon Dot a prejudice." It say the
negre it a aaa with all lb BteaUiet of
nun, and all tbe ettabililiat of improve
ment that other aaa bare, and any dis
crimination against him mutt rest solely
oa race and color. Thi all has the 'true
ring of that tentiaentalisa which dhnin
guishe tbo "man and tbe brother" school
of Radical, bat it it all sound.
How does the Timet know that the nemo
has tbe same faculties and capabilities of
improvement that the white man hat I
He hat never tbown tbea. Africa M at
old a Europe, and while tbe European
native have steadily advanced in religion,
civilisation, knowledge, the arte and tin-
industries, the tribe of Africa bare re
mained a brutish beast. I Tbey are all
Pagans ; the art of printinc it unknown
among them, they bare no railroads, uo
agrieullure, uo commerce, no architecture,
and bare, from the creation down to the
present hour, invented nothing. In tba
progress of time white philanthropby baa
given op to tbe descendants of African
slaves soma ot the most fertile countries
oa the globe, and left them to their own
government. In not a solitary instance
bar tbey bean able to conduct a success
ful Government. Although these negroes
hare lived ander the light of civilization
and Christianity, tbey Lave not contribu
ted an iota to human knowledge. At this
moment, their mneh-boasted negro Gor
err.ment at San Domingo ia the prey of
rival and barbarous faction. W lieu we
torn to Liberia, to whose advancement all
the nations of Christendom have con trib
uted, and which it now ouly upheld by
white help, .we behold a total deprivation
of energy, originality aud statesmanship.
I heir institutions were made tor tbem
snd ail the machinery and implement
'.hey use are manufactured cither la Eng
land or iu America. 'Iher hare not only
invented nulhiug, but manufactured n.tlh-
tug. Liberia i recKoncil the ptrugou ot
African, government, and although it is
sustained by the liberality of while na
tions, yet no one is allowed to rot there
untett hebei AJriean descent.
But to return to the Timet. It tay :
''Our Government never hat promulgated
or accepted the doctrine that It wot exclu
sively ihc white man's government, or
the government of anv ra or c4pr. I
is the government of tbe people." . I'util
What a aatia I this upon the boasted
enlightenment of Europe to paralyie the
very lower of iu productive force, and let
it peasantry starve for lack of food, while
the Uxe wrung from their emaciated
aad are tpent on powder and ball ! Mo
wonder tbat finance and trade ar every
where disordered, and that guilty rulers
fancy tbe shout of retribution in every
cry that is beard around their palace at
1 lout hod lea send fcrtb missionarie to
combat heathenism, infidelity, intemper
anee and vice in every tortu. t hi mill
tary imposition upon humanity and com
mou tense, would afford A field of noble
labor, In that way, for year to come.
timet toon remedied, the evil will reach
inch a pitch at lat as to revolt tha vary
instruments now used to fatter tbe peo
people. Short ration, scant clothing,
little pay and no real glory, will finally
cause the human machine, in stripes and
cross band, to turn upon his employer,
and then will buret the awlul tempest ol
popular fury which the impositions are
vaiuiy inienuea to avert.
Tbb DemockaticCohvention Re
ferring to the matter of tbe Southern del
gate in the Democratic Presidential Coo
veil tio i, the National Intelligencer of yes
terday, tayt :
" We do not subscribe for a moment to
tbe Idea that bouthern delegates should
not act like any other. To do otherwise
it to destroy their power for that ntefnl
nes, which, to pretermit, may precipitate
sad fatalities in public affair lor all com
ing time. Northern Democratic delegates
do not even suggest any where or in any
manner that Southern ones representing a
grand constituency indeed, a tremendous
clement of power and pride to any party
eight or ten million or .he almost en
tire white race of tha now proscriVcd
States of the Sooth shall not be thsir
peers. If delegates of the South are now
intense sufferers from Jacobin wrong, and
and outrage, mid cruelty, tbeii counsels
are u ceded in respect to what menaces in
the future all tbe people who are now to
keenly anprehensive a to their Uvea aud
property, whir all and singular of oilier
rights and pttrtleges belonging to Ameri
can citizenship. An imperilled peoplede-'
maud that the Southern delegate shall d
their duty t the whole laud by taking
such part iu public affair at it i in their
very recently the only "promulgated nr f rf )el,,ocratii. Convention lie will
udivirittile to clianmi stiddcnlv f'nitii a get thirty-live Democratic rote for the
it-atom it Imt ..ve or ,,..!. mi ilei.t i I bill 0V iBClmlimz I hi. J.ee.
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J,iW N lib ..f Si .-oil nr.. III.. I .nr. ui wv, in cw ui, ni. im
Me. . . .. - . I
one man proposed to be pardoned by llir
bill was chtirgett trith kai itiQ counselled
Mr. Lincoln' asmttinntkm.
Mr. Brumall did am knowtfX";
Mr. Brooks u-anttd to read the name
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..i...;l -ki.JU !. .1 ..... gviUteuan ..whether He uiu not Know mat
exws t the air, is not suitable aa a
Iwd fursooU to geruunaio in, ert?oi
atty aprrng etewn teed, Vr it is told,
lifeless atitl wii( uot tiumlte tho
.1 . i , la -a a . i
iu- nun ui inlaw. mi vuuptru
ha H iUrd to tmt UMmupy M-
Ctf j H4n tj,
,... it'., f Mu.i I : ...,i.. i 1 1
keep ia tight for Dividends bo expect
or at and mm. Vrr." w baa hi her
bar A Harm g ami Jt arkst now
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iudie;uniy replied, I have none; by
Lw of P,imigeniure tbe Eaute i
tAltmA i...n...l... .1.1... It - i A . if..1;.
- "J.v'.lfc.'v wwvi. i. M.u ,,i,i; -..,
uraudson lutmr beunt the oldest
wasoenna.it, m tneratore or i.aw
r,u and Justice Uk It all and the
iDrarv t.v. 1 1... .u.j. i
yu a it were delivered from the lip
row darling old tirandmotber. as a
eut and friend, 1 am
young plant iwBLigwi( growtk
True, tlieio ia rich. earth fur the deep
root lo take h hi of, and there it a
uudlow and deeii aooJ bed, wiiii-h ire
muortjtnt auivaiagea, bnt they will
itvt couipeinatlo fr iota of the henhliv
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HUH Ittvoaw oj jivniii. WIOIUCI)
to apeak tilainir, for tbo good of the
prevent crop, wo sbould pi
r client earth nearest tlio sniTacc, ana
tbare I a way to do tliis and yet rir
tbe Ml deep.
Hnliaoilinv, on the inajoitty of otl
prefer tlio " wru W
MI.HVI. IV .V ,1.. WV 1MW
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MVBMM ' ( it... ..It... I
cf the party and the charge.
Mr. Brooiuull declined to yield to have
1 it retd.
f Mr. War! kcd Jlr. Broomtl if he wari ,
in favor of general amnesty to rebel
Mr. Broonjall replied in the negative
. Mr. Ward atked bow it happened then,
that 1,300 mm were to be pal don id by
an m it had
Mr. ibooniall said it such a letter was
here, he would want to have the signature
on tJJwnMtff'ire- ft pim&l? prit i Mrf Ward asked if it wat riot a fact
and Jatslgr I tlm kud of deep plow U two ofthe parties proposed to be par
tug which will give the moat antislac- dotted here were ui. mbers of Congres
tory renlta. It would already be ; ,.1, f,-.,m North .Caroliua, and who had
generally adopted by nil progressive been soldier aud served iu the rebel ar
farmer were R uotxteitpjeiieive, in . my f . , . "
volvniff. a it d.Kf. the use ol ntlra ! Mr. farnswnrtb said tba wat not so
learns, plow, and HUM, flat the but tbat tha only one elected to Cougna
uiitieiide of enltuio i light; thu our-; ned in the bill wa Mr. Boydun, who
...ht iv..,. .k.. .....1 fruuh." was a consistent urnon man.
I.IVti 'O'NVI " aan u 1 ...,, . , , - , - . t t I f Ii
. iust rkl.tto mndraloiig r. t ara saw ne naa reiiaoie an.rma
if- ' ... i ii,... I., tl.nl elleel. anil lie woillil never
III IB UIM JUuw...JIlJ'i.Jij1e jj: - --- t . - -- M
, i , ,, -ii uj j , vine to aunin a man m-ru w o w un.uii-
growtb, while (lie toil be low , made! . J
t tor tne aorriwaini, ot air, water uf Uniou toldiun
ntiur.i t. imi aiuu or aeeo piovr
ingitadaplmi toallcroptanleasims. , U,00mall. . icsumlne. tnrued that
Buboutliiig may lo done in lliepriiig i muue ttr im psed, the work of recon-
or early tintiimr . . w-ttli- lee expense ! tu-aetrn would be retarded, and if gentle
tliun later, when the ..earth become : uaiu wanted te ee the noxt Presideutial
dryer end hriner. Several de vices flection in tbe South controlled by rebels
hrAMeen Jrieu for attaching a sun-; iiiey ehouin: vow agatast tae. wu
oiler to the . cdSitUon plow, m tluit Mr.
oue hand, at leaiff, Wilt eiiDieient i
team, can break uu the imToiiie ae- f""
siled deith. A sncct-salul plow d l"?
this desdrtfitiou would be recti ton
accepted doctrine" has been precisely thi
No black man was known to the Const!
tutiou except as property. Political rights
aud powers were confined to the whiles
The Federal Government was framed aud
administered exclusively in their interest.
The Times talks -entiiuentallv about race
and color aud calls this "a Government of
tho people. Are I nflians people ? They
have never been enfranchised. Are C hl-
neo and japemae tttttdV " They have
uever been enfranchised. 1 be party with
which the Timet is acting Exclude these
two rat i s from political power, and yet
talk about tbe 'prejudice against race and
'taint" a crime. Are tbe negroet tupe-
ri. r to the Indians, or tbe Chinese, or tbe
Japanese? It so, m what I
Whether good rcault flow from deep
blowinif Willi the ordinary I1" wtll
deiu'iid a irrenl deal on tho kind of
crop, .tits HliMHn' ytW.tilieil llw wniJr Melba iia:.lliW5l-aWa
i . Jf..- . . . I' 1.a ... . .t llm UrAVI. I . ? .1 1 . 7. " '. . ..1 :.. . .
advito you of aaatbtg erenis talbey
Tw-- whiiw jvw rsiT' tiv . rtwwonat,wn
"ty to you for the many obligations
whieb 1 fits! myself largely indebted
the ink rest yoo ii ve al way mauifetti d
'"J . behalf would tunn me w ith hiara-
li'nde war J to do otherwite. A tbit
nurmooieaiion ia sirfctly confidenliaj I
"n Prott -d to trird km a svimnsl of
a..j.i t . . ...
"'nig event, and now tar gossip 1 will
, Too are aware that yonr Htfle Cnut
n t'olambfa,aa Interesiin; lillv jusi swivt
19 bawahod to her proud, handsome
wt "aagbtr Coeaia Ciiarlestoa, tJi which
trteaa gave eminent, and staked
w hfipc upon rata tho nupual day
'a nnvltim J . ..I u.
hareb Wers Iwmilir riven lo meet at
Nf 0119. lint (L. M atlaTlltll Allfl Ihu
0 0y bad thus ar ived. the eompa-
y in Dart .(-,,. fibvl i!,,. t'.'n-o was
pord i nrWs , ; u irrVri-1rrnl foeer -tWiu4t tfrtrk read Hit in -aud.
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i 'i w in f..ln 'in. k.t.u ... .,,...,- it.,. I'd., iniiis. lint two or
ui u-, for the fasriaation ol th ee inches in depth of' cold uboil
! her t';l tinned w'th iiieviouH' tini'lowed cait)t,--wilt
i M. ... . ' .. '. . i. i . .
nrr .ujiii ol nonor ai iier ,, ijp
.l.--:i.!Jfl,''.t HpM thflrakht. thlf iumfaetji
easiums. tii (troom i, ,j , tt.irtwn,. Hihhmii;'
ibe corn eniw bo followed, the,, next
' l . a
MtfT-ef spring grain, tire plow4
lW V . J T.r"i i MtdWadWicii he .fn deep enwgn in
iTr.?". right w hrranga ia aut r. .tTT ' (i .;.,-!,
or wo Mroah oartb or subsoil, to the"
'!. It biawaa. iib.auiH-.'oe. bi ui detnind eomew nat
plowing tun lor earn, it
ia done, and the imture of the previ
on tillage. In planting wrn on d
to plow deep ; the work snuuld lie
with done, aitd dirt enoiiub tin net!
n thai lamirsti' et sliould be par
-a mail who bud shed more blood
than any otuer otnucr commanding tin.-
same numher of men 1 . i
Mr. Brotuuall Mid that question had
been answered already, and h declined
to anwer any fur I her, and dcuteuded tbe
report ol tbo eonfederence conunitieo wa
then agreed to yea 08, nay 41."
'Die following miy bo tar interest to
some of oar lady reader who frequently
go oat to '-make calls :
n d a eh-rip" of dn-ss,
SlrWn il'prar, am.
I w"n hi a.tm' tuvr cra vmmm
" A plain card denotes a ping call :
tbe lower right hand corner turned down,
rktt ;; left itemt lowari coadoienee;
Itux.iWcuIui.il ulnar iniirih I right band upper corner, bntiuc : left
aaaauxa tv wvhv
a hat been espm itliy in tbi
It I kra3Vr with vthuiMta .
utiy to atuaaiimi
A laar fellow, lying down on thegrast.
aid, lJb, I do Uh th tbit w at called
work, aud well paid !"
Heber Kimball, teeond l'reaident of the
Moraoa Church, is dead,
NEW GTNS ASD DRAB BREAD.
A little practical calculation sometimes
goes farther in impressing the mind with
eetn truths than the roost eloquent ap
peal to faith and feeling. At tbb mo
ment, vast districts of Europe mid the ad
jacent Continent aro aafering from, an
absolute hick of bread, and the death
from sheer starvation daring thu winter
would count by thousand there. Vet
till, millions of dollars are unhesitatingly
expended by each of the great Christian
government in providing new implements
ot mutual destruction. '
France set apart 60 millions .of
in her budget of 1867 for the purpose of
new muskets ; has added thereto I i mil
iums tor 18613, aud baa even opened on
the balance of 1869 for 9 million more,
appropriated to the same purpose. Thu j
we have in all 103 million francs, or more
than 90 millions of dollar devoted to the
proem cine ni ol ,m improved deadly wets
A THiltL) CANDIDATE.
It it said that should Chief Justice
Cliafre nol receive the flominatiftn ot
CONCORD FEMALE COLLEGE.
The Commencement Exercise of tbb
excellent Institution, bare just terminat
ed. Tbe young ladle In their examina
tion, did great credit to themselves, and
honor to the Institution. It was obvious
to all who were present tbat, tbe teacher
bad been faithful aad the pupils diligent
in tbeir studies. The Address of Dr.
MePbai!, President of Davidson College,
on Thursday, wu filled with tbe experi
ence, the observation, and tbettHrteat
cbaiun of. one w ho baa been long and
successfully engaged in training the youth
ful mind. While there wat nothing ta
the address, to excite the emotional, or to
awake tho sensational, it was admitted by
those, who Were most capable ef judging
correctly, tbat it contained a much larger
amount ot good practical tense, than it
ordinarily found in such production.
Tbe Concert Musical, on Thursday Tht composition of tbeae yoang la
ingot, wat nameroaiiy artenaea. saw atei aaad great mem, and war read
maimer in which it w, conducted, and by them in an admirable manner. Tk
the (uccr with which it waa crowned, 1 fealty tad Mead of the Inttitotion
thowed that Prof. !L Baafler wa a faith bonli be proud of these ber Brat grado
through tha regular course required, with
the highest distinction awarded, received
dip! -ma. Tbe following b tbe program
Sovo battb tad bty Jftute Atabf
flow Mb M. Manner Rowan Co.
Goxroamox "fafp unmmj unit
Heaven tnR aee thee " Mb M. Manoey.
altareUZ.' Ataaw. Mb Faani
Wood, Cawell County.
CoMroajliQN 'Spread a TeU over the
Faults j mfmns." Mi Fannb Wood.
DtJcT CeifT 'Shepherd't Quick Step,
Mi.e Leak tad M. Maaney.
V a LapK ioana Tm Pi aad Mmmls
0 Human Lifs.'" Mb J. Maaney, Stan
ChokC "We kail thee, glad Spring-
run as hii indmtidnni candidato. A
pun in one branch of military service
alone. Twenty-millions, one fourth of
Covoile, ofPennyTviiTa, 'lillreirir wtyefretpwden' Ibf btaMly-wtW-Tetarw
uece-sary to fbii worlt of retort- the misery af whole provinces I Erery
t.uassepi.i fin. costs tne ciaiu u irancs,
and every musket or ride 16 iratirs, and
France, at her present war computation
requires about l,t00,o.00 improved guns ;
but, aa nothing like this number has yet
been provided, there must -come fresh aud
heavy apprnprmtions.ot money,
liussiu, loo, is about to spend 9.10,000,
000, and Austria Slti,000,000 for new
Remington umskels. i.nglaml Is Iu the
way ol laying out tome glo,000,000 for
tbo tinkler guns, and Prussia, putting
aside tho ' Dteytse rifle wbieb . bare be
coiuo antique in the brief lapse of time
since the battle of Sadowa, is buying Op
tin- I'e.thody, which is a much more ear
psiieivc piece, iu hue, prooaoiy iuu mil
lion duihirt w ill hardly cover thu comhjn-
d exuav";.;iice of tbeaiffefeiil buropcau
countries iu thit one particular of fluttruc-
cr terrible item
lug account agat
which first with J
from sericulture and iudustiy, and then
exhaustl the diminished revenue of the
State lu paying for m.'.ebiuus to periictu-
tto the same madness.
movement looking to la ia ia aid to
bo already on loot. If the Chief Jus
tice ia resent I'nl, he may not be fin
willing to avenge himself on I, is pur
ty for passing over hi claim ami
taking a ita candidate a man Who, if
ew years ngo, was nnsenre nntrnn
known. The Presidency is tho res
ward to which all our leading states
men aspire, Judge Chase ia one of
the father of the Uepttblicau party,
and no man now iu the arena of pots
me can v,e with linn in qualities
tiona for the Chief Magistracy. tie
i experienced, learned and able. )li
i raining has been, through and ys
teiuatic. Udtiiincncing his political
career in early lite, lie una risen
through all the grade of office, lie
has been a State Leglielator, Judge
and Governor ; a member of the
House of fkOprcaentutives, a Senator,
a member of til". Cabinet, and now
till the highest judicial office in
Amer ca. He baa long looked to ttn
presidency as the crowing reward of
ft suceessfu I political career, end hi
name haa for year been prominent
before the country iu that connect
lion. By common consent, lie is ad
milted to bo tha most thoroughly
nrian gfaieaineti nam .npi
m the tapis. Hut for Oram's inifi
tory popularity, the CWef Jnstice
would doubtless have been the nomi
nee of' his party. It ia not in human
uatuie to bear such a disappointment
patiently, lie is growing old, and
tho next term is tho only one left to
him. Not that be may not live be
yond it, bnt new currents will have
aM in, new men w ,11 have arisen, nud
lib own vigor will hare been impair
ed. With him, it is now or never.
Like all successful public men. Mr.
Chase no doubt rate high bis in tin-
nee ami popularity, lie may think
that he can be elected us an nulopett
dent Candida o, or he may believe
that by miming as such he will I e en
abled to defeat the party that passed
trrtnUf : gntt ttijcr rt rnt who wae r
furred over hum.. lievonge impelled
Air. .Van IiurenXto pursue a similar
course,., One thing fit certain, and
that is, if Mr. Chase shall determine
fu! aud conscientious iastracter In tbe
harmnnv of iwerl sounds and that he
had the happy faculty of waking up in
tbe bosoms of hi pupil, an enthntuttic
lore of ransic.
Thi luatilution, ha detcrvidly a higli
character, and a wide influence, ao In
ttitulion can be more aMv r. rommcnd
ed to those who hare danghters te edu
cate. While President Caldwell bat re
igned, the Trustee bar been peculiar
ly fortunate in (ecuriug the services of
Prof. Rockwell, oue of the oldest aid
mat efficient Professor in Davidson
College a man of ripe scholarship, and
profound thought -one who it extensively
and favorably known aaa scholar and
Divine, in tbi and other Slates. With
such a President, and surrounded wltb an
able, experienced corps of instructors, the
public lure a right to expect that tne re
putation of the College will rite higher,
and the circle ol ita influence be made
Thit Institution, while it it Denomina
tional, is not sectarian. Every s-sion,
ince this College ha been opened for tbe
reception of pupils, hat been furnished
with representatives from all the leading
denominations in tlu country. Somo of
the other denominations, have tent
their daughters to Mb, in preference to
institution under the control of their
oicn church. No c mplaiut Iras ever been
heard, either from tbe parents or tbe pa
tuls of other denomination, (while eon
uected with this famed College, on which.
the spirit ef God hat been poured out
frequently and abundantly.) that did not
enjoy the largest religious liberty. Tbe
pupilt of thit College, have tbe privilege
to attcud any church, that their parents
We hare learned that the policy of
Prof. Hock well is, to bring the hoard aud
tuition down as low as they can possmg
be ajjorded thus bringing tbe advanta
ge and tho blesshtg of the. Iuttitution
within tile reach of a largo class in our
afflicted country, who have been strapped
of moat, if not all, their earthly good
Such a disposition on the part ef an ex
perienced aud able Faculty, should find a
cordial response in the bosom of an intel
ligent community, leading tbem to give
a united patronag to an Institution Which
it a bright ornament to oar State, and a
and a rich ..bleating to our country.
Several others of the pupilt read
compositions daring tbe day and craning.
All did well. Erery body eemd delight
ed with tba exercise tbroagbont. The
audience was large -particularly at the
Concert. Many of tho representative
men of tbe country were present, and
beauty graced tbe occasion. It waa In
deed a gay aad brilliant season iuTbom
asville truly ft literary festival. Long
may tbb young and flourishing College
live to bless the Church and State. Tbe
Fall term open, I learn, on tba tb
Boprtt. " R.
Thomasville, Jane, 1868. ;;
Washington Jane S5, P. M. Senate.
Tbe Appropriation bill waa ditcotted all
An amend tnent increaamg the salary of
the Assistant Treasurer at Charleston.
from twenty-fire hundred to four thousand
dollars, wat passed. Said i reaarar dis
burses seven million dollar.
Without concluding tbb bill, tba Sen
ate passed the Omnibus bill over tbe veto
by 39 to 8, and adjourned.
House. Mr. Paine asked leave to in
troduce a bill supplying tbe Militia with
Mr. Eldridge demanded that it be t
Mr. Paine withdrew it.
The bill dividing lllinoit Into two Fed
eral Judicial District waa ptrl It
now goes to tbe President.
I ho lax bill was resumed, aad an
amendment forbidding removals from tbe
distillery until the tax be paid,
in Llm hill Ia the snnlmrv baI.
log, and allowing fifty cent drawback i
exportation wa passed.
The President ' veto of the Omnibus
bill wa received. It was passed over the
veto notwithstanding by a rote ef it OS to
From the Sentinel.
THOMASVILLE FEMALE COL-
-k- IiMOIIi i-"" - 'if1?
The Commencement exercises, whicl
recently Came off iu thi Institution, were
unusually interesting and attractive
. The examination of tho classes began
en Monday, 1st mat,, and closed I ues
day eveniug. The voting ladies, in the
impartial trial to which they were sub
jected, showed, by tbe general readiness
of their answers, a familiarity with their
text books, which indicated rood training I.
n.u! 1 1 .. susfiMir WfJijjtfaKW---rr i- jf "W
' "Oit Wednesday, the 3rd., at 11 o'clock,
Bar. S. I. .'Adams, of tbe Fayetterille
llisli'ict, preached the annual sermon.
Hit theiuo wa4T. sVetw of Christ,"
based upon the question propounded br
the 'Savior to Stuinn Peter, ill the 15th
verse of the 2 1st chap, of St. John,
which he handled not only with marked
ability, bat with great appropriateness to
the occasion. From tbb serin u ao one
would faff to tec . tht JK Auaiti b a
good thinker, and I felt, during it de
livery, tbat. but for hi manuscript,
upon which he. leaned", he vonld
have swayed ins audience. .,, man taa
be truly eloquent with a manuscript. Mr
Adams wa listened te throughout, bow-
ever, a ith uubroken interest and Mtisfae-
The Omnibus bill baring become a
law fiov. Bullock, who it here, bnmed a
proclamation convening tha Georgia Leg
islature on in r otirtn ot J uly.
The veto of tbo Omnibu .bill f
brief. Its obiections to tbe
bill, without restating thea. aenlv te I
Stales, except Alabama, In whieb ease, in
addition, the bill violates tbe plighted
faith to Congress.
The President baa en t special agents
to Georgia to report tbe circumstances
connected with tbe imprisonment of citi
zens of Columbus at XfuKfl.
1 1 is underload that the Way and
Meant committee have determined to let
all purely financial quettiont, afloctinir
currency, bond and banking, go over to
the next settion.
Tbe President has nominated Collect or
Smyth e, of New York, as Minister to Aq-
tria. lie has also pardoned George W.
Wall in irsfotd and John C. MeKraver. af
Kentucky, for a violation of the revenue
In en ii .' .1 tltit'il ".! h. i I it i laaa nan
driotft coirsidetulda .itje, Jfrow tbo 1 jiori lar aor, for tbbakaslpa
Itolmblican tiekat. Uich. Whiu. Fe oU"f. M
"Sire, oue word." (aid a sole
Frederick the f I rest, when preset
. i-aa ianor waataa unnaiuim a renimt i oi ajaruKU nx uerue mm. .jlll(.i . -i-,-, n-t d,uind n. m.i Z.
of these articles it anoih- "If you tay two," autwered the Prince, HiT Z,lik tv m7,. ."L 1.1
to set down iu the gather- 1 wU have you hanged." "Sign," re- ,1P0fHMiou. ia nnt . uri rf Ul-jS-
nit tht pitiable lolly plied the soldier. Tho monarch, surprised 1.1. i-j :.i,...t i. i,. ..u k:-.
taw miitirHtB Of yoaii ' at hit pnsmten of mlud, huuiediatelt .i.Hjr;.i ' io
. kicuvw it.0 auuni.
Di'imqnd to tbe amount of 190,000,000
a e owned by private peraen ia N, Y.
before the S-cieiie of the
delivered by Geu. Wa. L
lion. Ite is evideutlv one of the aeHd,
2rr'.mim, "r-. t.. m-A. swi-
On 1 bursdav. at 1 1 o'cbick, the I4ter-) . f-
ws iliaaMib iiiirtiiralgtli' Ami
oouvire cninas tnai ne ean orrtWFlr-
the lax UU through with tbb Committee
of the House this week.
The wedding of Senator Henderson
aajt) Mb Matlie foot, at tk National
Hotel to-day, waa a very brilliant affair.
Tbe bote! parlor Were beautifully and
profusely drsped with bee and cental
with flowers, including aatnoliae from
k'U.U. i.:..i. l L. .i ...
I wm.vu bctd muca uugci iiiau lue
Ulies' bo..nets The Prosuleut. Geoer
Grant audi Chi. fJnttice Chase, with their
families, rre tastMrtbeniittihla preal.
I he moetinr of the Senate was poatoaned
aalil two o'clock ia honor of tba ereut.
The bridal presant were numerous and
generally very costly.
The Arkansas Senarara cast tbehr first
rate ht the Scnaa to-day against tba
coulirmatiou of General Cox at United
of GreeuUoro'. He port raved.
with a masters s pencil, the character of
May Washington, as the example, above
li tr- a it arif ifau on annh ata irtt- I.,
grrtr an auuu aa wn f wvtt art OCVerofi Dial
the eloquent manner lit which be present
ed it, and the practical use be iiuwbjuf it,
made it quite manifest that he not oulv
The Concert and graduating ex
eaum on, oa the evening of ibeaaaeday.
Three youpg ladies, having ptnd
The commit tee on Road and Canals
considered to-day witheat any actio:, ou
theaatter. aud wiM esnmder again oa
i'aesday a' next week, the Federal en -dorsemeut
of tho CucMpeaate ami Ohio
Railroad for fit teen million of dollar.
Tbe director of tbb road claim the a-
sis tafiee of tbe Federal Government on ae -count
of tha large number of tunnels aad
bridge uecesaary te be conttracted be
twati Cwrliaajii Va, and the Ohio Kr-
Nothing has transpired at yet aa to
what course the committer wi purwuo in
rauf W I n tQ IsVaiat WaafltttTir
7?!55 wftw8MipMajrr7 "
Havana, June 2 J. Venezuela advice
to the 7 th atate that General Houazas ia
before the gate of Caracas demanding at