SALISBURY, N C, JUI.Y 17, 1808.
VOL. I, JVC 28
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TIM WEEKLY OLD NOBTH
LCTTKR OK PKESIDKNT JOHNSON.
W give below tbe letiflr of President
Join, sen, stddrsa ed to a number ofeiti
srns of New York, asking if k would al
,.. h bis MM to M Bsatd I lb New
York Couventlea M a candidate lor III
("itt o NBw Tobk, June 21, 1068.
7 Bon. Andrew Johnson:
8lB: Tie nn4eriznrd, eitiaen of the
city of New York, bsviug observed with
,ni.f union yr droinisirtion of tb
lnh jt executive ofaci of iIm nation, and
bduviiig that lbs pitriothjm, fidelity to
1 1 1 0 ii'Uu exl f eariosn,s which
h ire hitherto mirk 1 Off p unarm oee of
y,wr otkcUl tlntitj are tin highest gear-
itees, M (MI M IM IMWIW tfMtMA
for lha tflMii sui faithful dis-
c'urff if ft public o!Bjii for t'l public
(toi, no rspet-uiiy ik wboiiier, If
d mis 3 J desirable for the preservation and
n n'ty of the Ginservslfve interests of this
' ' ifi you will allow your ntmt u bo
i . . i r .i .
irowii(M to mo is iru icr.mc unrraiUMi i
a MndidaiHa lb office of Prvsident
of lb Uiltad Sutoe t
Yoara, with blpb mpecl,
F, V CnfgUI. Jn ( J.IU.In.
ThomM Worrell, RabnK II. BawioH,
Win. II. Applrtun, J. W. (irrard, Jr.,
Mr to b ooaUat wlb lb
bopaad proaii f biMr ilsaw, sine
Mr party polilioj will eon tin to b
Midaiod f (reaur niewt ibaa tbc
tad and praetu f poliUeaJ eeowar
and tb rrductioa ol tarif, and tbo mak
ing of a Prveidenl of morn coneeuuoncr
than tb diminatioa of national indVbtrd
MM and a retarn to aouud currracv and
Wilb tbe poopl tben mumI real tb. (JVC,'r (heoriet wu ooential
oorreik)a ol whatever I wrong in the rt- p n.mn
poet nMieaiM i ana il their oabH aer. K""?rninent.
ante find tben eareloM of their re-poim-1 grand
Oility if lb people will not do their du gre
never bo of praetlesl iioporlanee.
and, if ibey abonld liecoino ", leav
ing them to be eettled by other.
From thai day ddwn to 1865, Iho
people of tbia country were divided
into two great partiee holding diveree
viewaonihia nbieot, both equally
hotieef and patriotic, and e.iimllv cini-
rinced that the triumph of their res
X. A. llaldwin,
W.ntyTotD. 0 , Jly 2, 18G3.
GxxtlkmU: To yoor friendly kv
qairy wbotbor, -it dooaaod d.irabl ft.r
tiu urei. rration and aniiy of tbo Onaer-
lv iuvi MtaraaU of the ooantry," I weeJd
n ' ..- uttt to bl reaoulmd loth
( 3 -! C!vntio:i in candidal for
b o-t of l'rldtiit of the United
nt. t w.nil.l rp-etiollr r..ply tht I
,..r nr. mrf...l mf .l,r..m. h. I orm auogeiner
ty in ooolag that their reprtwentativc pci
tvrmt ioin, no r.iacniiv will over bar
power ouecoMfally to defend their rhrht.
and law will care lo incur tbe obloaa
cOnaequeul upon tbo attempt.
I am new, however, aa I have over bono
la the hand of tbo people, and at their
aupoaal mj aireggle lor tbo Union and
IM loiecniy or the Uovernmont beau
lengego. ConaeioM of having bomwcly
dweharged my duty, ami aauaied that
theeonted in which I have been com -mdjod
to engago will ie the end at lean,
mare to the Uutfit, and, indeed, tbe aafo
1 of eoBftitutional liberty and human
ah w, I can well afford, I think, to look,
ml on the preeent, and await patient
ly the verdict of tbo future. WbiUt I
know that tbe eUeg gle (or tbe right of
we people ana lor retcrenee to tbe Con
utuii.ui k not yet ever, yet believing
mat wita im late pal panic failure to do
violence to that great iMtrament Mil ibe
Executive Olea, the woret that tuition
ean for the preeent do baa boon accora
phibed, I would only, in concluding this
brief utomeal of my view and feeling.
oiptea IM aope that in tbe elect ion by
the Coarratio of a candidate for tbo
Presidency, whoee duty it will be, if eb c
ted, to preserve, protect, and defend the
Couiiintion, and to execute tbe lawa
made in pureanee of it provision, the
public good, and leading and well deieod
principle will not be tacrificed to lb
mere purpose of party ascendency.
In conclusion, rentleaien, permit me to
thank yon most earnestly for tbc kind ci
preeaion of your abidine confidence in me
M a public servant, mid to assure you lhat
the approval o( the people i aA that is
requisite lo make me feel that tbe effort
I have mad lo retore the Union on tb
f leaifca and conciliation have not
in vain. Lcavlnr my
choose, what thoM her equals mar do,
ia aa outrage eot to be borne in silence ;
and I conjure von, Senator, a 'guardian
of tbe honor, right and dignities of the
great (Mate of .North Carolina, not to al
low It la be perpetrated.
Bet, I am told that sack oelrsge are
allowable again! oar dear old 8 Mr, be
cause she was in rebellion. To entnc
mall, Ungenerous eowU it seems impossi
ble ever to set over tiio events of ike nasi-
ami though we bavo gone keek (a it is
tiiw.i i intn fi.A l .. !.. - : . . te
... - . . ll if NV vu"u. II WUnilB MS II
ronatct ti o union , .,. a.-.!,.-, u,,. ...... ... . t, .
twitted with what is held to have been
their great error. If we are ever to have
real peace again, this ought to end.
Love hi power. Bo called rebel need to
feel the magfe touches of kindness and
magnanimity, more than they need to be
punisbad. Thev ere no erinrinr cow
ards, that can be reduced to obedience by
ITON. HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF
NEW YORK, Nominated for
GREAT KiVTl'll n I :
into a conflict of arnia. And I
beg to remind those who are so ready
to apply the terim "rebel" and "trai
lor' to their opponents, that the gal
lant son of thin- South, who T. k np
arm in vindication of tbo views ol
I be South, were M conscientious, in
their motives, ami aa fervent in their
devotion to American liberty, as the
heroic chain piona of the Union. Oh:
that those who are rejoicing in vies
lory, could i ise to a magiianimiiy
which would enable them to take
this enlarged, liberal and jnat view of
the spirit winch actnated their foo
men. Then should we, indeed, shake tinir like
iiaiiuii, with tear ot reconciliation.
On the nineteenth ballot, Pendleton was
withdrawn. Ohio voted for Pkir, New
leik adherod to Hendfieks, and T
Cj; .tfticdXur liuueock. Result, Han
cock i. Hendricks 107 ; others scat
tering California voting for Field and
Misseuri fur lilair.
Oa lb aoih ballot, Obi . gave Hancock
11. Chase lost tbe half a vole that he
bad ateadily received from California. Be
sult, Hancock M2I, Hendricks 121.
'luctiti tii it. Missmiu roled for Han
cock. 1 ciKe ssee split, giving the Pre!
dent 5. ltaiarbnetu
3.UP. M.: General Forrest, of Ten
ueesee, aaet the voir for bis State, making
a few icmarki, which were received with
bonl of applause.
1.96 P. li.: The street are crowded
with people, all pleased with the nominee.
Tb best feeling prevails. Tbe ticket h)
considered sure In November. Shouts for
5. Massarbnette gave Cbaso 4,
liey are hero, who might I Hleec(drownd by Inmullnou applause)
be bound in indissolnhle allegiance to the " ' '"'I' ssennricas i,
povernmei.i hv tb. kIL, rnnli ,.r ,r....r. ' English 19, Chaae 4
oit. If there is a man here who think Tvtml9 tend Batei -Oby, vote l for
they have not yet been punished enoueh. Hendricks gained heavily.
I wih that he might have ttood with me, I yaioiir positirely declined tbe nomina
01. ilie oil, f An.il infi.s .n.l l.h.1.1 .1... Vailandiglutm insisted that Gov
broused veterans of a hundred figh's weep-1 f7ur m ust yield to the demonstration
f ll I 111 run arnlliwl llaislaF tuilnwaul i 111 'a an.iirsi
ation. chief, overnou ersd ,J knnusstv l.tn ( 'Noriu Carolina. Ohio, Kentucky, W i-
over the graver'of onr common slain, After rashing proudly overto maov mem- co,,m a,,d olh4" cnuKwl "r
L 1U i Ull .
ocymoar was nominated, when the 4el-
gateo all over the ball arose to their feet,
ment reached the streets. Cannon belch
ed forth the news.
Seymour was unanimously nominated.
The Convention then proceeded t tbe
nomination of Vice President.
. ii y I. l 1 m . . w A . .
Honoring mem an as tniiUMeruoiit ol jorauie neias, waging a hemic, zealous and
waf andnnaelfjih cliildreti of liberty, laonscietiiiuas contest, often snatching vie-
sn.l Anlv .mitniln il.-i' iI.a sVmTIiu I tor v from a p-slUiit anA mora numerous
i. iA rL. i.i . ' en. n.v .fir ii. .nJ ..;. ! crying "chanr onr votes
oi uumnii juiikiiioiii wouiu nui our I J ' " - , , , .
mi. J & jC i -Jl!L cesforfoarlonr. terrible vearst-lo be I t1 changed their vote
toprwdipt, that while deploring the er?"pelUd,t ? to.1-'r T "H
cruel contest, America will yet be w "r. i . VP , . V ,
oth Trs r 1 '0"",s '"" "r
II for aaoebt I "Widows'
proud of the deeds of both. Truly
they were foeuien worthy of each
other steel, iheir battles were
batiles of giant. Such foes ought
to know how to he Iriond. Why
then cannot mutual reviling forev
or cease f
Amid oceans of fraternal blood the
great question Iim been practicallv
.settled, and tbo authority of the
Union ia admired to bo paramount
within tbo limit of tint Cn-,litution. I n.
, ...... .. the
an peipeiiiaiiy iniiuing upon 'uej,.
outes. uut tueaa siaie are siiii e
)qital. and. under the Constitution
each of them haa many reserved
tears, orphans' cries, brothers slain, all
for naught!" Ah ! that alone waa pun
ishment enough for brave men. God pity
the paltry s ml who could wish for more !
Senators, Americans, eease in think . t
punishing. It is time to forgive I
Jot us, thereforr, make this our solemn
declaration against the specified "condi
tion" of the recent act of Conrres
THE NOMINATION OF GOV.
Enth utitum and Harmony .' '
New York. Jnfv 9. P. M. Gov. Sev
That : moor, of New York, was nominated a
"conditiou" i only so siipeiidntro of the !!, randidiitc bv the unanimous vote of
(irva. .xsiemoi penaiuea. iiaiao ass.ii.ns , Uouvemion JtcCooke, ol Ohio, with
i drawing Peuqleton and nrouosmir Sev
Conitiluiiou, ami derrnde North
lin Senator, give your voice
against it, aud vindicate ibti dignity of
' i it -l .rated aiai responsible poeji
j cause end myself ia their hands, should
I.... b . r.ll iuim .1 i v.isl i lM eoutinMace and the eonel m of the
... - I . rAiili.! I ft vtnitialj mnA nr....r.i -
hl it wouIJ be
popl of my
M . i i I.- . k.
W,J--"- ww , . I . . . w . . I
defend lb '"-wei governmeni vr connaea ny tnem
ri;'l ! Of
to SBwjsal mmoawelths composing
Iwiist waaeeeeta feet the t
iu lbs present temper
ff p irtisj, I eaa. perfa tps, have ae reason
keU r ipeclatHHi. .
All History prove that men who, in
$.'itl postuou, oppose fir smv reaaon
e rh -rhAed swheswt drid by factions
aspire power, aeHy ind more de
r nn,J aiUBt thin npco and ear isi
R ulers. Hsntee. in re.iislin measures
prhieb, allhoegh sastai.n-d by Congress.
hnneitlv believed to.be eucroachmnls
pon the Oontllntfoa, my task has been
fie ardeoat and aeemmgly ungrMfohs
' nn oppasitioB poa-erful. Well organised,
!! nnssesstng a controlling Influence in
p h ill i of l.-jrisl oion nnpreeedented in
its history of tbe eountr; . Coamdled
uiTor my entire lion to the Issues
ii' be bea forced neon mo. and to
H id igiinsta mdority represented by
ibird, o each Hima of CourrcM.
w.; bcaa uutbte, while sirivin. to pro-
I J au I tin tain the Ubeniswof tbe pe..-
. m eiuck eBtrtveganieipenditnres for
I as not contemplated by lh(T.inti-
to abler and more worth v hand, I (hall
cordially arqniesee, as be h-en my bab-
n, in me decision ot tbe American people
I bare the honor to be, gentlemen,
Very respectfully, yowra,
to Messrs F. W. Coggill, Jamrs Gal
latin, Thomas MorreJI. Robert H.
Ikeaell, Wm. H. Appleton, T,-
Gersrd, Jr., Henry OrinnelL Francis
SkMdy. N. A. Baldwin, Fmil Saner,
New York city.
SuMlar Bobbin., of Row.m.
(7 pon tkf reoolntwrn ofered by Aims
t, prmtoting (Mai Stalk threHi-
nt make a ttHtmn declaration mat
th- not regard, at binding hp
on Ar, th " fundamental Comlt
GOOD FOB 'COUNTRf.
rights, which it is inenmbent Mr von.
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oenaior, no ! an myseii, 10 guar. We mm ,Undjn , . .
...i ..... ..... . 'It... .,..!. t.. ..rt...l.. . . J w -7
.... .. ..iii.u..r.. ma tak,,.M...... .. .1...
aw now psmej ueciaea not r ne one ceioa nasseil nn' Main tr.n .,,.1
of tlte ru.-ene.l rurtHS ol IDe Bin- onr attention attracted far two d.-hi,...
but there ean he no question that rht'lladfe, promenadW the sidewalk. Just
monr a ihe candidate
This Seymonr promptly declined, ad
(ling that he might not be exmaidered in
th it connection, . it was distxefl to
1 1. m.
Vailandiiiliam seconded Mcdx.ke, and
aid that ti e public will demand it, aud
9bio voted for Seymour.
North Carolina immediately changed
her voir, and then there was a general
riabf to re'riilute mrt'iag within i:s s they rot onpodte ns lliev met two rush lo ecv which Smto should ratifv tin
i s a . t a' t . I e . . . . f tmt .
ow n IHiider. u one wnieii oeKHigs loiiresu ana rosy cneeaed gw), evidently nomuiaiwn neat. J Here was great np-
eaeh niMt every 8tato of the l.iiitui. I by tBetr on-s end bearing, from thu roar aud the nouiinntiou made unanimous
By the "fundamental condition" of the eoaniry. the city ladies (I as tin. -
Omnibus Bill this right h sought 9 be eouutry girls passed them, lurncl upf NuOliuntloD for Vil f Pi i sidrill.
rettrfeted in a portion of the Slates. What their nasal appendage to an anbj of 90 i ' "
right baa Congresa to attempt thw I J degrees, and one of i lie in remarked iu a GENERAL FRANK P. BLAIR, OF
n here jb the pwrtakm etine uoiwitwtinn i w . w asn-sswmnioii i "-mere goe .,v. MIdfiOU Rill -
which autkorizc hi Ttot 1 am tobT, In ja connuy lackey. I know her y heri
wallt. Inn emintry eirls overheard tho i v . ,
. w jf-, . . , . , t i..-w lurs, y.uv i., suneni r. .r.
f ueer, ami one ot them qnuily lummg, iii,.;,. i. tun,,, ,,,,,;,.-,.. ,i
aclaimed: "And there a town ftWl XiT ZTiTTZ'tlTt.. '
i know her by h-r talk." Tin, city belle Z" " WW " "W V"
owered her luielling apparalun eonsidera- w.j. n - . . . . , .
t-T . - , . wC I1B1UPW.I suosii- iu ins Mvur.
bly, and kept on her way, without retort. : ; ' . j e v i
J w .., I hero is rest 1.0..1I fH-In...: I.rtvu... v
the Senator from Craven, that whether
emielitational or eot, this is tbe supreme
law of tbe land sud we are bound by ik
I am astonished t hear such a doctrine
advance.! in this laud of wrl ton I '..nsiun
lions If Congress ean at pleasure over
ten lha bounds of I be onranic law. whore- satisfied that sb bad met more than
iu ir th valuu of a Constitaiimi f No! fk. Meh iu a despised "country teck-
Mr- Pn-sideni, much as Corgrees b ar-
tier ,. ,, J ..,. .11 J
1 1 1 1 1 wf - I It ma .IUUH.lt
Hon of th Omnibus btU, wneA
to impou restrictions upmt
her right hereafter to regulats the
r.teciiri; r ranvmsr, wunm mer own
In ewpithrt. of these resolutions.
non, and lo lighten the burdens of taBa- I Mr. Kubhiiis said :
i which now rest ouaruIvoly up. ., W hen I remind cnat . r that there
th nation. - T is T-nTSlli.il a ll.inis .is Stat.i Kis-llla "
In the. mMst of lh rembarr.innis I I I iinairinu lhat nn til voluntary alind
ft-., noib.-... disemmged. When from ; ,ilfiiu tha nerves of tuanv Uere,
pnbTte print or fr wms unusually i a, they think that, periiape, I am
ik ia-apokM frm, 1 hsvs hoars ! . ,f . mAXM.i0 ,1,-Vtiine of so-
' i nava uo aitty. '.tha sa-cesuon i . n . . - r.-spe.-i ..t i.a
-' . . . i llsh uti lan.Bii itnir aiiiriDiidiiiiiiiia'. . .-. ......
; getiilemen, for I propox nothing oi l efsi. -f.
. -- " it- s a.
"WSsa-s-SI tats In awl a sbsbbo-
lU.. .... ..k .... ..-.l .. r...:.
l.liia It ...... i.. thoaorf. lhat doctrine Wa recently
I-..: r 'it .i i r o ...
' I "sj ntv ami Cra-s each a party, ""oaieo ior ivur yearsv noi in cwnnie
that tau Gommonwodth bad none." , '"amlicr nor hy legolaton, but on ,,asoducinir ineoiiitlitv of rtiri.ta
liming only, a the reuresenutivoof h , tented Held and by the imiullm of i,e States eomposing it. Ioes
r 'bk to - stand hy lha right of tbe j catltioti. UJ that dread arbitrament
l-aoawealth, may I not pertineiitly i. has been practically m.tflml, ilonlit
liks the pp!ie4tmu to my dw.i ease I less fore vor, and no w, also, for t he
uunsirnu-ed, tn oeoapy ing my posn ion fj t unV- .
Fderal Kxeeutive, to abido iii i- jt . no violation of the truth ot
sjaornsobmeiiis of ihe, 'history to say that onr fathers, when
m .asidieas as well m d-p-;rte elr-1 ,, f,Am ,10 Feral OmatilutionT
raliiJ"- !"m ,f; evaded this question. When they
m72L!? r --y BiH?J met in the Cjl.vetition .. '87. anch
riliTS ' ' ' ' 'litf'rence. o.nia. among
"Mega ot remonstrance or the terribln , , . r
leniati-a r ... I..,-... . tlieuiselt e as to whether fho aover.
tl n-vwlulionary projects; ob'Igid to ! Wnt? "' Fedorai Iroverrtrrten t. or
ml in .i.r....i. .... ........ , ,t the Stales, should ho declared
I'lsttbo tovaUabW tieae of tbe rmlani 4'ralU''nt, mid wkwlker the FedM
Y bee wasted in causeless assaults up- ! lioVeniineiit should have the right
Lyylfa-d office for tbe bent fit ef-a f-to eoeive relinetorr States, that they
f 'ffi eaiiuoi complain if the p.f.plc, avoided explicit provision upon that
uiijecr. in was a greai in leiori nue,
lh wHsesaing tbe SSik, hav
htaBtwkemv cause l boron
e mil been
Biaka ar eases- thorouiriilv their
the defence of the Couatiiuti.'ni and
licit ssi kauU
UatH, howovr. the nennles rerm-srnU-
r" reeogniM more plainly the im
latirs used of the count, r, bv inrbteo-
Ihs bard ens of eserssive and .morons
l(lnB, and psvss-iag a-eesslv isa
w'm span the same si licit', seicmnini;
shipped by a party ia this country, th"
Con gi ess ItseJI, and Hie general g arcni.
menl of which it consiitutes one depart
ment, are Int the creatures of Ihe Oonsti
lution, aud with limited powers : and by
ihe terms of that instrument whatever
powers are not therein delegated, are re
erved to the States and the people Sir,
the gresl ground of complaint against tbe
course of the predominant party in thU
country, under (he guidance of its leaders
in Congress, is iu pi oneness to transgress
ibe organic law lo accomplish special pur
poses. It is educating the people lo dw-n-grd
law. I appeal to you, Senator,
to aid in arre iling this ruinous tendency
aa Americans, I appeal to you, without
respect of party, to assist iu piloting the
buck again to her- old and
s.iie. anchorage hard by the constitution
This "fundamental condition also
strike at the very vital of the Union, by
posing n. 1'oe any mi
suppose that the Union could loiig be
maintained prosperously and barmoiikiM
lv, with certain States superior to others
ill dlgJiiiyJ Or doe any one wish such
a union l st was noii... aucii a uiichi
the gallant supporter of the old fisg
fitugbt ami fell in ibe recent eon teai.
They fought for a Union of eo-cqnal
Mates- and, though myseii one ol uuur
teem n, I raise my voice, in their name,
in, vigorous proiesi against any attempt to
rob them of the fruit of their wplemlid
victory, by inaugurating a Union of au-
puiura aud iuforiur.
' ToirBtfr pToT w iiaVms miw the
inerns oi any spei-mi suur.tu sjsistiu.
U lie i her we, a North Carolinians, shall
maintain our present system, or change
It. nevi nlieless src shall alwivs be
General Cajsbv signaltzeJ the fer,-
mi nation of hi career as Military
( omnisiinler of this Dietrict by iasti-
Xuiional Demneratic Convention, in nn order annulling the apjiomt
Now York. Jnlv 9. P. M. 12.4,1 o'- nrent ot directors and proxies, by
clock: Vallandiabam and Kierman insis-' Governor Wofth in the State llnil-
led oa Sevraour ' uomiMtiou. willinir or roads and Canal. At these apitoint-
e "i : . h iai .-i oi ii. .....a .i t. a t..ni ;....
llllU; . i'Me I "iviriw aem hihuc ait . i.u ..suni ...lie.
. lil-BCXOSS OS TUB NoTH CaaOMa.
Kail RosD. Gov. Holden has appoint
ed the following Directors of the North
Carolina Railroad: Wm. A Smith, of
Johnston : Wm. Sloan, of Mecklenburjr ;
W. F. Henderson, of Davidson; John
McDonald, of Cabarrus ; 0. W. Welker,
of Guilford; Willie D. Jones, of Wake.
Silas Burns, of Chatham ; John R. Har
rison, of Wake Byron L.flin, of Put,
We tike the following proceedings of
tbe meetmgof the Stockholders on Thurs
day, from the Il.il.-igh Sentinel :
North Carolina It'iUroad. Thf annual
meeting of Stockholders of this Road was
held in Tucker HaH, on yesterday.
( n Bsotiow of John Li Moreliesd, Esq.,
Geo. W. Mordeeal, Esq., was called to
the Chair, and Messrs. F. 0. Stsgg and
It. F. Simonton appointed Secretaries.
A quorum of stock not appesring, the
meeting adjourned until 3 o'clock, P. M.
Three O'clock. A quorum of stock
wm present, viz : 8,438 bsres, in person
and by proxy.
Oo motion of Mr. W. F. Henderson,
the temporary officers, appoiated ia the
morning, were made permanent.
Mr. Byron Laflin presented bis creden
tials as Slate proxy.
Tbo President read bis report, and a
lengthy aod excited diecussion ensued up
on the question of it reception, the Slate
Proxy object ing to certain alleged offen
sive for "disloyal) expressions in it. Mr.
Turner replied in a scathing and pungent
. Finally, all the reports were referred to
a Committee of three, via : Messrs. K. P.
Hut tie, Join I. Shaver and Ceo. French.
Meeting adjourned until 8 o'clock, P.
We learn from a private source that D.
A. Davis, John L. Morehesd, W. A'
Caldwell and .Thomas Webb Were elected
Directors by the stockholders; also that
at a meeting of ibe directors, m. A.
Smith, oi Johnson county, was elected
President of the Road, Lee, Treaa-
nrcr, and Albert Johnsnn, Supcriniriideut.
I)Lloirrrt7LT Csmdid. The Board
of Health while fnqniiing into West
chester enmity affairs, brought to
light th following adrertiautnent pre
nsrad bv Mr. Bonner, bwt withheld
t'r.mi publication bv the request of li
neighbors, who thought it couldn't
enhance ihe value of property in that
region. It is one of the cariosities of
irtemt-re. If. Y. Exchange.
K POTTXTRY KflVT POltflAtiE HIBBB
A THERE 18 FEVER AND AGUE
I hereby offer for sale my country reaUsaes
at West MorrlSMia. near Melsooe Station.
ware I have lived for tb past thro sum
uivrs. but do not think I sowM Uva mark
longer. I have beard that poopl looking
for a place to purchase, could sever find on
where they hav chill and Brver th-y l
wsts hivs it about a mile and a half, or two
miles of. but never right there, at tbo pise
that is for ssle. Now, I oaVr for sale a cari
osity, something rare, the preeis exact spot
wher th lever sad ague Is. t wtit warrant
it to so there. Three of my ehUdrea have
it; my gardener ha it -. my groom hMth
sura nssnaomlorv Bvntntoms. and 1 has s
sufficient inkling of it myself. Any doeter,
with a huge family, who ha a spsjerfie for
sever and agae, woaU Bad tbie a most lic
l.le situation : tbe neurit borkood I tun of tit
-iss, sud if be SWM keep out of hi owe
family it would give him a reputation which
would insure his fortune. Deaide the lexer
and ague, the estate consists of a fine doubU
house with all modern convenience and im
provements, such u hot and cold water.
furnace, isnge, dec and about two acres of
mod. with a pretty fair barn, and sine good
box stall for good horses. It is really a
beautiful place. Tbe groanda are- hand
somely laid oat. and covered with trees aad
shrubbery of tbe choleeet kind. These trees
afford not snly s delightful shade, but s nles
harbor for mosquitoes. Th mosquitoes thus
far have not been so much sfceted by tbe
fever aad agae a to prevent their biting, la
fact, it is a good place for mseouitoe. I
bought it to please my wife, and shall leveft
to please my whole family. Terms t cask.
I am afraid any security on it would get th
fever and ague, and become shaky. Those
wishing to purchase will pleas apply im
mediately. 1 want to get away from is is
fast a Dexter cm carry me.
Ledger Office, 90 Boekmaa St., Sept. 18.
P. S. The town authorities have began
to moke alteration in tb street adjoining,
and if thev drain the plan aa Well as they
do tbe pockets of the lau iiakfers, it xaay
Rttr. BahsTAB SxARa, D. D., agent of
the Peabody Educational Fend, In an ad-
From th trilmington Journal.
CAXBYS LAST ACT OF 1VU-
TEE si AM -.; TWIKg.
Tlie Xew Vork Trihnne announces
:fiu 1.....n lu.l... I. . .. .. A .... : A 1.
-w vaviMiiio unit tiei vrtll 1 oeu 10 ma
dissolva Ilieir liby cal MrthemblH hr le..nsvlx-i.ia .-..,.1 Afsel...aoii.rl.,....Ueil lb dav of meet in-' of tbo Stork
severing the ligament that hits bound ( ed their vote to Seymour, in the midst of holders of one of ihe roads, Atlantic
them together for so long a peri, d ; , the greatest confusion mid cheering. an(i North CaroUim, had passed, ttay
about sixty year. Chang ami Eng j I P. Mj: The Hall i. now one scene of ! are H legitimftto. and as tbo order
these are their names it is said, will . exeitemeuu Kaeh State i anxious to ! a iaan.l ,,,, rlav Vnnli Ciarn.
.... t.. t.i .1 .. ... I. . . .1.. .-. . L . It .... n i.n.niir m.tA .1. ...... I. ww. ' - i . . . I . . . . . .
a;c v. a ana i.p I'll f? iiieojieinni.il h i.v ijj..s.-
pot formed. Hie ligntuent - which Punnaylvania, loxva, llliuoi, VVi-
iihite tliem is fixed to tbo breast of '""'', Virginia, Kentucky and Indiana
eaidi. is some ten iiseltoa in . i hare piofinnnccd iu hi favor, and Aeiiras-
ei.ee. is ond.rcd with sensation, and ! k. yi'1,i g blhers
to such a degree that the l,igheBl . , . , . s, . . .
....final nll.,..;.;na l.n,- .liff... 1 .. i' L10 P. M.r Al Cch Stat r-COlds her
-" " -shtii -;.( ii i. ..u.l ;,. , J.,.
i' i aa n' nvx i i i i visits s iiux-uu um eat'
mfcia-U'.-irxsT-'r. t- -- :
the yanons unairmen pretaced the
Stale Vote with a tew remarks.
The endorsement of the Southern and
to ine possjumuy of severing n
without death to the twins, iin-v
cama to this conntrr in 1827. and
and vre exhibited for some years,
i -. .i. v j . r ..
lina ratitJed the I Inward Auieiidineut,
even admit ting Catihy's right to in
terfere at any time, it i very pruba
ble that it no longer esuled.
Here w the order t
HRAtxi'as 2nd Military Pistkict. i
(.iiai Li stox. S i'.. J;i!y 1, lAW.
' t.xr.Bsl, Osnrs.
Ho. IJ... )
after which they rotired to a valuable ' Westera Suies meets with most beaity
farm in North Caiolitm, where tluy .applause.
marriTjU to twosisire, natives ot that
State, and eacli bus nine childfen. 4
Thu following appointment of directors
Drmono for CnuiU'tl. -Mrs. firtoae
lias said thu following about dressing for 'tihTefs.
eiiurel. in a wmv that an.ili.-a n.ni,.., ...
to the Episcopal service, but it ongbt to
be equal! v impressive in reference to kny
olber : "Very estimable, and, sso trust,
very religions young woman, sometimes
enter the house of Gtd in a costume
which make the act of devotiou in the
ervice seem almost a burlesque
aud proxies for railroad, on tht port of tb
; Stats of A orm Marolio. made by his Lxoet
; lepcv Jonathan Worth, lata Pntviaonal
l.Iii 1'. .:. I he States have voted tl..v..rn..r ..f Vorth l'.r..lina. n tha Hthh
f.i M-yino.ii. Ini.-iis.- extiteineiit pie- June, ultimo, are hereby disapproved and
vails. The audience and delegate are aunoltod. as m violation of th pint and
landing, cheering and waving bandkor-i mJnt (htutril Oitk So.. 84i f May
Cannon are booming outside.
1,25 P; M : The vote i 31? f..r Sev
mur. The most riithttMaslic applause.
JPJ r. -M.: 1 he Convention has ad- .... a.1M. x l-ukiaa. WilHara UnrAwW
join in d one boar to o msiil t on the noun- John L. Moreli-aJ. laaae lawsey ; Proxy,
nation tor Vive I rt snient. , beorge W. Dm.
Daring the recess, leu thousand neoplo Wilmington and VTe-smt Rmttooi. Ih-
aescuibled iu front ot'Taiumsnv Hall ' reetor. Th.nsa I. H. John .Nornar.
'a . . " i . sV" 1 I V.'JJ T t al
When Speeches wen. made amidst conUusoas 1 &u""",1. ,uu7 ' ' Li.a'
. 1 .... .... a ' ' . I .tsria vsmaiai outtiiwa. immin.
ftkir; t86sX fiiaa tketf
! .fUaatie aad A'ort Crfma Bmiiromd,
Uirectim, Lew is C Deamond, jLha D.
, Whitf .rdix James M. IVtrrotl. John 1). Flau-
. . ... . a i
cress in ttoston, on Monday evening, gave
the result of his observations in the South.
Me thought that both sect ions of the conn
try misunderstood and misinterpreted each
other.; that tbe work of politicians, both
in tbe North and in tbe South, Is perni
cious, and that what the Southern States
really need i the hearty co-operation of
tbe business men of the North to afford
them capital to vitalix their energies.
' l-P -Otw-lltJTI. lavH looJt W tth (itBtHtAwi t) '
tha military and to theae connected with
the Bureau, but men from the North with
average civility and good sense are cor
dially received among them. Aa to the
matter of negro suffrag. the white popu
lation, m a rue, are opposed to it at
least to universal suffrage. He tbowgbt,
however, they would willingly agree to
some method of impartial suffrage, which
woald work advauiajgeonsly far both
races. Mchmond Whig.
Impost ACT to Tobacco Gbowers
The following in relation to s new method
of destroying the tobacco arooa baa been
handed to os by a gentleman connected
with the tobacco trade, with tbe request
that it should be published.: Mr. William
Moore, an old tobacco raiser of Dyer
county, inform me that if yon plant a
tew Jamestown weeds in year tobacco
fields and sweeten with good sugar on a
pint et water, ana then put once of Cobalt
into the water and then drop four drops
of the mixture into the bloom 4sf -the
Jamestown weed, yon can dill every to
bacco Ay on your pb.ee or they batch tha
worms. By destroying tin pcs-akrSM
fly yea can raise your tobacco crop with
one-ten tb the labor and attention new rs
quired Lynch. News.
....... .... .i ... .
i i r is lima rrt'ainra Si.m.a . nun a rww Liir.-ri.ur. . avr. v . , . . . . ......
Will. 1. ttr friam d till i. standi on end X a 2,30 P. wLV IIliiioU named Geaeral ile, ri.IiaajlT
.st startling maimer, rat t hog strings of Uleinaiiil, but he withdraws. Ilry.
x.-o r. M.: uenerai vtaae immptoti s Wetter North fiuro.'.aa Rodrrvf -Dl-
-1 . I .. ! J .. .1 . ' n . . .A -
pjsner,, was ui ii.e annua, ine greatest ex-. mctors. A. ty Xlerrimoo. .inorew j. t osw,
tml not thoir fault ; for those wise! best judge of the matter, it is presum
atoj pa n i. .1 ic statesmen, doubtless. in too nweb to suppose that the kigb
torwoaw that wV tro vision, thev i't attaiuablo excellence kas yet been
imgl't make of that sort, and, eapeci
allv, it' litoae piovisions favored the
right of erciort, wonM endanger the
nuibontion of the CoMtrtatioq by
the SiHitt. And! hav. no doubt that
ha crude state. ...d folj-& ! 'heyjiad in erted. tn that mstrit
r"sk ... sever! u?r. ot waiwisciu... "le.ilsBAj.rewS prohibitioti ngaiilal
t fti.st iu-. siaaal .k.. nanTl. Uh 1110
s-wc 10 aa CAtoro.iai. lx and rn- the Pwlgn,
a . -
r ' ee -rwSMalatod
a State U witiidra w Irom
the ('..iisiintion would
uxts; until not he Isaen ratilied, nor "ill prea ffrage
eAched on this creal sahjecl anywhere.
Why not leave ike matter open for furth
ee iBtpjavimebM I The lUdical tswty
profuases to bo a parry of progress, and
yet we have ft here incon-iai catty w.aviag
to render our present expmimeatal, and
not over promising, system of uffmge,
boniateiy catangele. Massschuseti
and New York hav their edncstbtn! and
property qeaUatstioiM of the rigbl of wf
head and bit of tinsel, she may look
exceedingly pretty aud piquant and, if
she came then, for a game of croquet or
1 I tralklaau nartv W....I.I h.. all I i ir. ......
i r j . - - - a 1 -
'but as' she coiaes to confess that she is
miserabls fiutier, that she has .done the
things she ought not to have done, and
left undone the thing hc oagbi to have
done as ebo takes upon Iter lips
Daring tbe rebellion, Gen. Van Dorn.
of the rebel army, was kilted at Naakvilto
by Dr. Peter for aa alleged insult to hi
wife. The affair east a gloom over the
whole family of Dr. Peters, although kv
was justified bylaw. Dr. Peters, became
s strict church member, sad received his
wife back, bm never recovered from the
gloom that overshadowed his life. A
short time ago his son committed suicide
and a few days ago hi daughter, a bona-
tiful sud coomplished vounr Ud v. arriv
ed in St. Loo is lor ike purpose of taking
the veil and devoting her life to religious
, tvl.isioii. She prefer livine at a dis
tance from the scenes of her family mis
loriuues, and la time wilt lake tbe irrevo
cable vow i of a aaa Fomeg't Urn.
'em inent and applause Obecr alter cheer
rolling np wbeu he declared lor"Uair.
Blair wns nominated on tb 11 ballot
for Vice President amid ' itame-ss
solemn and tremulous words, whose
m sailing runs far beyond life into a sub
lira etsruily there is a
which would be ludicrous if
'l'bo snld.ers sro jnbdaiil. Tbe speech.
most i e mere mostly ny LA-u.uneueraie omcors
When Genersl Kemper, of Virefnia. en
dorsed Blair, the cheers given Hampton
IhnTiplxSjT TtWkattlot waa
ll woro not
I ' ' afmrnrufed Tm Cbngrass to par-xenf government formed, ikav,
t"Bie i devoted mere u Icgi-iat- fre, pmamd these tmahteaisiitc
t ih psatpfay arstrts, tka uatlcs. wiH jTluTia by er:iai koynast ffiey
pr. .hi bfc this
Richmond, July 9, P. M. The (Jos.
jarvative will hold a niee in- at the
1 do not put my It to. waid as Theatre ai 8atarday nigkt, to ratify the
ft ..1 1 .. 1 1 . L.I. f I
su 4'tvocaie oi alterr lUea ; Bit I o iioni .tew tOTC nr. mnatioas,
that IS seek, bysusb au set as this, to tloode, Isocock, 'Bald win si
a guts' (rout fkuug, if ska arete address it.
l! V. l.v..U..r. P. K. Wa,.ksr-
S. Mcl). Tate, It. L. Patten.. A. SI Paw
11 ; Proxy. 0. G. Ford.
a ik...i. - 1. f",,ti nt..
itors. Pbytoa T. Hsary. f. D Psretbe.
Thomas J Jarrls ; rnuiy. tftaxte LMim.
By Command of Brt. Major liener-1 Bb.
K. M. UAJtar : laWTta V i'xtRO.
mons for Blair 317
IMP. M.: Th. dosing of tbe Oou
vention was vt tho most pleasraiit nature,
die otaet i' mingling froely snd pledg
ing each ulb r lo work oarnestiy for the
After Gen .si liamptou's spccsh, aB
the Uafoa Gsonsls prusMl eanaraitsistsd
Aetg. Aseu AJaJt. Osat.
Washington, July 9, P. M
A resolution, inquiring how many 8
bad adopted tka xsmlt.ask Article
diaetiag Secretary cVsward to
ltltlOljB.1 WlWPmA wtfft
a is- i
BtehmOM.!, July 9, M.-Jeiher PW-j
ipavwaebM beat an ttml ttw mordsr;
The Tax B.H was
llw. aXwesrdy Isbnaou
of kis wife, was ewe.
murder iu lbs 6m degree.
Tbo nomination of Gov. fjeymenr was
eery unexpected bore. There has bees a
govern! expeatatl amiagths pantile ibst
Chase wseJs corns iu at ute laat boau
of the tint.
Mesv Ymrk, Jab 3 Cotton leas sc
lift and uachaugLd. -laie J 1,440 bsla