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SKVMOI AND BLAIU. U .i.Mio ; a law providing Tor muni J mneh from the first, but not wishing
. tmy where throng hsut the country clpal elections ; a In providing fur to . tlio S-ntitrl any injustice
the nomination of nmut i sod JIlaib 'the holding of terms of the Superior
are received with joy and ar creating aa Courla; a law defining dmiea of th
enthusiasm uneu.aalle.l by that of auy po- ,e.,l4 u( department, with a provi.
litieIeoauiinceihc day.of ISM. Tbljon for ,hem to draw a aum, not ex
I r ! nu fuv hundftd ttollart iw
-J .1.. 1 L:L .L a .t . '
throw ot UK lotwUlttUea, and are deter-1 reirulatod
" " IU I.,.,,...- . i HI I W Ml ...
lection. I'll, platform ha the endorse-
a resolution requiring
ni. nl of all Democrat and t 'ohm natives,
the Uoard of bdiicuiion to report on
or before the loth of .November ncit;
!.. well a. of many who have heretof.ire 01 ,or Won
I I J . as l . . a
acted with the Republican i.srty. The nu maintenance oi me system Ol
issues there made ara clear and distinct, ichoola contemplated by the
and they will be fully discussed between j Conetitution. Tlierefbre, the Com
thie aad the day of election. 1'he people mil tee recommended, aa the abo ve
ran. roiaiDENT :
1N). BOKATIO SGI MOUR,
or m ro rl
fOR VICE PSXS10ENT i
CBY FfiM P. BLUR.
IN Till UiMlM-TJI NOS Of
UOTERXMEXT, THE REM CTtof Of THE
crxKMXc aaur akb eavt the aro-
I. IT KM or TttE FEEEMIEVs) Bl'REal'.
ALL FOLtltCaL I1MM.IUI ALITH3
iesiokei to mil xeubu si prem a-
CV. nuacssra: Pluto.
rr m wot a rebe pirtt trh am ve
WE ABC TRTIXO TO SAVE Ol B
oicxtrt nam the pakoers wkvh o-
it tke Uk Aunditnt a Pit of
ill ia made the daty of the Eieeaiive
Oepartiaent ef the Oeremawnt, hy the
Act of Ceagreaa ef ISIS, to aononnea by
fwoclmitiea when aay pewpoaed amend -aaeat
to the Caoatitatiea baa been rathf ed
by the reaairha nacaber of ttaaat, nJ de
clare it to be a part ef the fauJua -utal
iaw. A liiailar daty ia like viae iaipeeed
opoa it ia relation to the lath aaaeodaeat
by the Soroaatractioa Acta. In parae-
of theae acta, the Prtodent and
ilhaty repatation of their candidate
are foiuf to pa judgment upon tho iin
peacbera and Uie enemiea of the Conatltu
Uon. They are going to paaa eentence
of condemnation upon the taxation and
extravagance of the Ecpublieati party,
amounting to an annual eifcndltare of
(our hundred million of dollara when it
ahonld not exceed three hundred milliona.
All of theae thing wit? be In read gated
daring the eanraar, and the people will
demand to know why they have been
Used awe ktmdwtd miHiont of dollara ex
tra to rapport the Freedauui'a Bureau and
a large funding army ia time of peace.
Congreea baa committed gmaa outrage
apoa the Kxeewtive and Judicial Depart
meata of tha gorornaMnt for which it ia
now on trial before tlw rrcat tribunal of
the Americau people, aad they will ad
iuiniter a proper rebuke to it. The Re
publican will find every inch of ground
They need not think that the
divert the people' attention from the
great wrong which have been perpetra
ted ia high place. Thi eanuot be done
by the meriu or demerit of the candidate
'on either aide. None will he deceived by
the flippant cry of " copperhead " and
"rebel" tare tbeee who indulge in inch
cant. ,Xeaeuree are everything and men
are nothing an far aa the element of oc
eeM are concerned at a time like the prr
eaL Tct all are minified that no better man
and no abler Mate-nun could have been
"elected a aatandard bearer than I Ion a -Bw
wmv-i - a 11 I L.:. I 1.
l.f8voi.dthc,r r-.lb vernm,twillbe Mvmnd h it
cumation in relation to the latter amend- , . . .
, .v, , I will be adamitatered atrictlv within the
meaL The President, it will be remein- .. . , , , ,
. , . . , , , , ' limit of the power eonierrt-d upon it by
bated, limply stated the facta iu the ease, . r - , J .
Tl ,, , , , 'the Constitution. Kvery thing, then,
tftmttng the legmlataree t the Southern . , .
which had ratified it aa -afledged r'l" 6 " Z. .t.
" NnvvmhRP iAf I Iaa imrwtrf anrn of thai ,
studio isly avoiding their re- . . 7 .
- vielnrv aannol itaa nvr-r natimaloil It aarill
m leral wmI constitatioual bod- . . . . . . IT .
hrtna wit i if r. -it, rr 1 1. .t rtf t- I
see, oecrewy -v a. p-rsuea uic ; CiteH(rTonr7aTKri.
aaae camrec. witk the addmon thahe re- j rmmmnt , tre .
r rU that the Sutea o Oh.o and New Jj
Jy have named reohttuna purport-1 eudttring M cvefluting JJut ,
in, rescind their act. rRtioM.-i
Neither of the. proclaim the amendment J Democr,u auJ c
ill uru, anil a uwi ui ini-iiiuitiju, ...
1 i - -r alir a. ili i i.lv imirem.-il -villi the minor.
T J I I
t u.ce of the eriii, w ill use every honora
ble means to secure so desirable a result
worE cm. i oe accompiisiiea within
the next 15 or SO day, that tliia (ten
eral Assembly aliould adjonni on the
lOih f Angnat next, if practioAble.
Alter aome little discussion the
whole report wa Rdopted.
In the Senate, on Saturday no im
portant boaineaa was done. Jmigw
Oaboriie, whose disabilities bidbeWT
irmoved through the inflneiiceof Mr;
Roydon, w as admitted to his seat, and
the bill appointing Judges of the Su
perior fJonrte, Clerks of Superior
(Joints and Chairman of the Roards
of County Commissioner to take the
privy examination of ftmtt covert in
the conveyance of real eeta'e was
amended and passed. In the House the
Committee, to which was refered the
bill to continue in office the mnnici
pal authorities ofSlibnry, reported,
rccommcuding its Ntssagc.
Rherlg Walton receival a wispatsh from
the Hon. Nathauiel Hordea. on Thurs
day, astuoaneiog that he had ssweeedod la
having Iks disabilities removed from all
persons who were sleeted to any ofitce ia
tkia county at the late election. We see
from tha Charlotte Tiaae that a similar
dispatch was seat to Judge Osborne ia
relation to the officer elected la Mecklen
burg County, and we snpaees the bill in
cluded all the oaScers elect in Mr. Hoy
Thi intelligence k most gratifying to
the people of Baliabury and Rowan coun
ty, as we doubt net it ia to the people of
!tha various other counties iu the District.
The gentlemen elected to the various oft
en in thi county are ail mast nnexecp-
aa ara all truly Conservative
and (hould be satisfactory to all
The promptitude with which
Mr. Hoyden ha acted in this matter Is
deaervinar of all nrauin. and hi success af-
kept our suspicion to ooraelf. Wil
liam III. of England, once aaid of an
obstinate Jaoouite, "he baa set hi
heart on being a martyr, and I have,
sot mine on disappointing him,
and Joseph William I, of the House
of Iteprceeiitativoa of North Caroli
na, would have acted wiaely if he had
followed the example. He ought not
to have expelled the SentineTi repor
ter, if for uo other reason, because the
Setitinel was "wiling" if not anxious,
that its reporter should be expelled.
What the SentineFi object was in
courting a political martyrdom we
cannot tell. It is probable that it baa
read souiowhoro in church h story
though if we hud nothing else to
judge from but its general ton
we might be led to doubt whether it
ever indulges in such literature or not
that "the blood of the martyr's ia the i fords evidence that be exereiaee oonalder-
TaaaTMkiiT o 8i'-tfREafcri.:.
I tlw season when many death B
The Sentinel expresses great snr
pr'se that vc should not have fully J
seed of the church," and hopes to reap
advautagee to itself or its party from
such a course. Hut this does not
seem to ns to be $uch a martyrdom aa
is there refered to. Martyrdoms, to
produce that effect, mnst be snob as
are gnttereu tor some important
principle, and which hare neither
been sought nor declined.
We do-not mean to justify Speaker
UolUeti III the sliifliteHt decree. V e
repeat, what we said in onr first arti
cle, that it was a very small busi
of which he will live to be ashatnel
During the discussion of the bill,
introduced bv Senator Edmund, for
The amaatiana anon which that fact tnms I
they have left to be decided by some other
Ate the legislatures of the Southern
Stales whack ratified that amendment fe
ral and consolation! Icrielations I If
they are net then the amendment must
tail. Bet who is to decide thi qorstwn 1
We think h ia a question that belongs
u the political power, and it ha already
bee decided by that power.
Bat bad the State ef Ohio and New
Jersey the right to rescind their acta of
ratification attar they bad notified the Ex
ecutive Department of sack act. Upon
the answer U be given to this question
depends the fact whether the lith amend -aaeat
is really a pert ef the Constitution
or aot. What tribunal is te decide thi
-question t It seems la be a judicial and
not a political qaetsioa, aad if so it most
be decided by the t'oartr. Aud uo mat
ter which way the Court may decide it,
it will be equally fatal to amendment. If
iwy decide that those States bad the right
to rescind their sets of ratification then
the amendment WHl want two States of
the requisite nnmberia aatkwrt a port of
the Coastilattaa. If, on the other hand,
they decide that they had do sack right
that the action of the Stales once certified
to the Secretary of the State is finmL, it
eauxlIUhea the validity of the acta ef
-'7 rqjacting ju Thii would seem to be
pearaBtta- atcar. it wall, of coarse, be said
that the governments of the Southern
State which rejected the amendment had
i rveogniaed by Congreea, and.
9y, that they ran no. be reeog
I by she Court. But this ia a mis
take. Congreea recognised them ia the
very set af subaltling. the aaaendaaeut to
them, as it did in sabmitninr to then the
amendment abolishing slavery, and tbe
court will be bound le notice the deci
ansa axal to follow it.
How will Congress get over this diffi-
salty, which would seem to hi iasnraaoau
takesf Of coarse it will repeal the
f 1818, and then ioeidins: all the
We feel sure that they ill aud
disturbed by UO appreLepMou AS
THE LEGISLATURE. ,
llieuinat important event in tins
body on Friday was the reception of
ncsaage from (rov. Holtlen urging the
passage of a bill to authorize biui to or
ganize the militia or a police force.
and the introduction of a bill hy the
Rov. Mr. Welker, Senator from Guil
ford, in accordance with its recoin
mendations. If it is only meant to
organize tbe militia as they were
organised in this State previous to
tbe war there can be no objection to
it. But if it is intended to organize
a standing force of picked men to be
kept on duty constantly, as Wax be
approved of its course in the matter
which led to the expulsion of its re
porter from tlio llonao of Represen
tative, and say it cannot compru
'. a principle to gniir any advan
tage, and that it is not disposed to
gratify tho caprice of negroes noi
suemtuh to tho unreasonable de
mauds of those whom it describes by
the ue of a slang epithet which nev
er finds a place in the editorial
coin on is of the Old A'orth State.
1 ne Sentinel may, and duubtlee
does, mean all that it snyr, but it
there is any prineipW" inv.lve!v.c
confess that our faculties ax? too ob
tuse to enable u to djaetT er it. Nor
are wr-prtmarM to nduut that our
view a to color are at fault, bill
whether they are or not the use ol
the wvird "colored " would have been
universally understood in the sense in
which we used, it, and would, have
conveyed to the readers of the Senti
nrl the "desired information as to
the ptTtonnel of 'those who were leg
islstors" quite as distinctly us the use
of the word "negro." The tetm "ne-
manipulating the electoral votes of
the Southern States, Mr. Williams, of
Oreg m, nmdesome admissions which
were scarcely to bare been expected
from so radical a source, end which
almws that even the reflecting men of
the Republican party Rre beginning
sble influence in the body of which be is
s member. We are glad to ree that our
contemporaries in the State are Riving to
Mr. R kit jut meed of praise, for no peo
ple ever had a more faithful lleprcstnt
Raleigh axd Garto Us ii.roxd.
At a recent meeting of the Stockholders,
the old Board of Directors were re-elected,
via: Dr W. J. Hawkins, Geo. W. Mor
decai, S. S Royster, .1. H. Hatehelor, Geo.
Little, C. H. K. Taylor sad Gea. J. H.
The old committee of finance and in-
peel ion, vix: T. B. V enable, Lsq., A.
M. Me I'll, eters, Ksq., and Hon. 1). M.
Harringer, were re-appointed.
At a aubsequenl meeting of tha Board
of Directors, Dr. W. J. Hawkins was
unanimously re-elected President, ( 'apt.
A. B Andrew, Superintendent, and W.
W. Vase, Kq., T
BTAamuja Avraia We rea ret to
i .1 . aiaa i.u La.
learo iiibi a uimcuuy -i- - a. s.-. . tvt..
i'i i" mwHiw, in oe none ai auca seasons, anu on sass
Iiaptst Oburcb ia ibis City, on last oeehm, Is gtvaa dv ' 1 L'7lW.
night, in which Alexander Neely waa f ,."'llitTt
stubbed .nd very a-riaaal, wounds if'&KSiZ
by George Holt. Holt waa arraated hand far ready a In swab rmriiiaTam,
this morning. twathtok Itefimii iilRliii satmtllia
J! .a. , I There W semething to be remember
Tub Muk antimc Juiibmai We too, by those most liable to what la eall.J
havs iteeived and placed non oar W'tnW' Sobrietyjs great my,
, i, veniiye. The man who abstains (Wioi
exchange list Tlte New lork Mer- n .parHaows drink daring nessaivsi.
can tile Journal, a weeEiy pnuiioaiion bot weather n vasUy less liable to Nan
than one wuo drinks babituallr
, a j , '
II. .N L G. Lata. A late telegram
fioin Washington is calculated to
render the friend of this gentleman
uneasy. We hope they have infor
mation of h s whereabouts, and that
to stand aghast at the recklessness of, noiWmgtenoan has befallen him. Mr.
their own proceedings, and to be in Mr it amteman alio baa r1
great fear of the couseqnenees. TIms eommantHd our highest respect not-
witha'andittgsome differnndee of opin
ion, and we were mucli' gratified
when tho Republicans of tho flfh
of great value to Me reliant and
business men generally. Merchants
and others desiring a good price enr
rent from New York CItj, ean hare
all they desire by subscribing for tha
Journal. Priea tg.00 a year.
Lao kb Been. We are indebted to
oar friend, Martin Rlebwine Esq.,
for a pitcher of excellent lager beer
of liia own brcwiiug. Mr. iuchwinr
baa established a Ibewery in 8alis
bury and in a short time ell can be
supplied wild desire- to avad
selves of this cheap and healthful
Fire.-We regret to Icain that the beta
of Mr. Abel Morgan, of thi eoanty, was
destroyed by Ire on Sunday night, aad
with it hi entire crop of wheat. It is be
lieved to have been the work of aa incen
Mr. L B. Whicker, of Forsy the
County was i early killed by light
ninir a few days since. His bono
k lled by his tide.
confession is worthy of notice, and
we commend it to the candid eon
sideration of such as hnve been de
luded by radical teaching :
' If there is any otjctioo that haa han
nrfreil with loree aaainst the present Cw
trres, it in the oasaaiartM f( powrr owr thi
.States of the I'mim; Ik tktrr.,;rd the rifktt
vf thr Move I do ii.it. of ouwas, tally sym
pathise with (l.at .''jet lion ; but, t the sanw
time, this r .position aSMime tliat wlienerer a
rty uiajisHty in Conureas elniaes not to re
... .wi! a 8tte government, at that moment
lhal ritaie eeasea lo have any right of repir-
laematirai in ibe etecteaal n.'lrpe. It writ be
aanl, as a seems Iu BM by Ihxw won art op
.osed to the puln-y of die S-earnt Congress,
that the in .j ii iy trm have assomtsl the pow
er lo say that any State in the Union shall
not be eiitiile.1 to have reprt-eu!lion io the
electoral coflep-. Is that power wnieh can
(ely at this time be exercised by this Uon
)fie? I adc if we have not burdens eoooxh
10 carry at this lime, derived from ttie
i ion tliai has taken pla.-e in reference to the
reconstruction ol llie rebel OUie Is it ne-
MM mav lo "nu.ro re-1 it-et .1 1 .1 o (lion
.1 io 1 in .1 a . 'eessary now llisi weslioiild adopt 1 his abir-1 paper are tbe cheapest and best edura
the word "colored, aa the Sntinel ,',: 'u,;,,, , .11 .ka Hiue. U iIm- tlnfin tTT. .1, : m ,
. i .. , " , , r . . , ' 1 iors in ine worm. Auuniss, is. ocu
' lore the country of savin'.' that at any time.
I .eve it is, there is no just iti cat ion Co , uat we do not find the term colored
Bet assy not a
I its set
it, and it should meet with
position of every member of the log-
mlatore. of whatever party, who val
isea tbe peace and quiet of tbe State.
We believe that the people of North
Carolina will submit to and obey all
1 tws enacted by the Legislature aa
fai'hfully as in former years, and that
aJity they will accept the decision of
tise Snpreme court aa a final interpre
taiion of them. We trntt that the
hill will be defeated.
In tbe Houae the bill pro trading for
tbe installation of officers paaeed its
third and last reading, but itsproVis
ioiMt are not gi ven. We will publish
it aa soon as tt becomes a law, togeth
er- with all laws of general interest.
-Jr. Bowman, from tho Com
mittee on adjournment, reported that
tbe Committee had consulted with
tbe Governor and Head of Depart
metrt. and had ascertained that the
following bills only were absolutely
y for the organisation of tbe
governineat, via :
A law providing tor tho organize
ear, but whether it is less "offensive
or not must be decided by those to
whom it is applied. Tlio ue of
the word "colored" tty be gngges
live of souiething not so pleasant, but
not necessarily so, aa the term, color
ed ia constantly being applied to ne
groes as a class. And even if it is
suggestive of a fact can the fact be
denied Can we conceal the truth
from ourselves and others by refusing
to use a term which mar possibly be
suggestive of it ! And can the state
ment of truth be considered: aa un
just to any one I -
We scarcely take up a paper
District nominated bfm as their can
didate for Congress.
Demorrst's M. in i 111 v . This popular
parlor Magnsine hss won for Itself an en
viable place in tbe esteem of American
ladies. Its usefuln. , the amount far.
nia bed fur the money, ia only equalled by
ita, variety, it high lone, and general lit
erary excellence. In all these respects it
ia far in aivance of it contemporaries,
and thoroughly deaervea tbe high fa vol it
has won. It is mai veloo that premium
of real and great value can be added to a
magasiue of such cost and character, for
three dollar per year. It only prove
what is eooften aid,tbat book aud uewa-
applied to the negro race generally.
Since we Commenced writing this ar
tide we have been prompted by cu
riosity to look over ou' exchanges and
eii nd if so applied by many of
them. Among others of high char
acter we find the Raleigh Sentinel
itself so applying it iu its issue of the
I Ml., In that n umbel, aliei couiplL
uienting Win. Cawihorn of Warren,
and Leary of Cmuberlund for their
comparative liberality it says : ' Our
urpriftOis that really re-p.ctable
men vf ' color, who are intelligent and
have tbe confidence of tbe communi
ty, will affiliate with
tuppose that if the 1
'colored' be regarded as "offensive
by Messrs. Cawthorn and Leary the
Setdiirrl will apologise by saying thai
in another part of its article if refered
10 mem as "negroea."
We suspect, however, that the key
to the SentintTt course is to be
found, in what may have I en an in
wherever it sum Hie views or interests ot a
natty majority in Crfigreas, any State of this
union may be deprirel ol its right to vote lor
I'n-ti.leut or t aa) 1'reSMiet ol liM L. tates !
I say we expose ourfelves to ibis critmisin at
tlie hands o our political noenia. and it is
... . lit . . 1. . L
a criueisill inai win or ..nucu.i tuwunn.
Mektt.no or thi Salisbury Cojr
HKaVATtvR C'Lt'R. Owing to the vagae-
ness of tha notice, whieb did not specify
(he hour of meeting, the meeting .ol the
Club ou Saturday night was not a Urge.
Iy attended a coujd have been desired.
Hut what was wanting ia n amber was
made up in enthusiasm. Moat 'heartily
were tbe nomination of Seymour and
Blair ratified by those who were present.
The bare mention of their names "brought
down the house " in thunders of applause,
which waa sometimes- long continued.
Thi enthusiasm, we foal confident, will
continue to increase aad spread through
out the county, and we predict a large in
crease in November upon tbe Coneerva
live majority in Rowan at tbe butt elec
tion, wuicli wa ncany live nunarsa. ne . centrcfuiral forte caused by it
i assure -ow friend at a distance that W-f rSS
ninv Demoreat, 476 BroadwayN. T.
Kiixeo. Harrison Stalev, freed
mau, convicted in Rowan County
Court ol larceny in February last,
and who spent some time in our jail
as' punishment for said crime, was
killed in Wilkesboro a few days since
by a man named Gilreath. Gov. Hoi
den has offered a reward of $400 for
the apprehension of the murderer.
Taf GEirrtTH La nm. Persons wish
ing to invest in the very valuable real estate
would do well to remember that the land
of the late K. W. OrnSth will be exposed
to public sale at tbe Court House in Bali
bury en Tuesday the 4th day of August
Bee advertisement iu auetber column
LEXINGTON ALL BIGHT I
A mtifitathm meeting wa held la Lex
ington on the night of tbe 13th inst.
(June a number of ladica aud gentleman
On motion of M. II. 1'iniiix, U. t .
Lowe, Ksq., waa unanimously elected
Chairman and John M. Wolfe, Secretary.
Win. M. Bobbins, Km, being present,
loud calls from the audience were made
for him. Mr. B. are) aad entertained
ibe 111 1 boat mm hoar, iu an able, earnest
and forcible manner. He spoke in tbe
Richest term of the nominee Of ttie IS a
1ion.1l Democratic Convention, amid great
applause, and then took up Itadicalisia 11
North Carolina, lie want down Into thi
dark reressc of its corrupt heart, and ei
posed its tceret imaginations. Ha urged
upon the people the necessity of organis
lug Clubs over tbe County, during the
After Mr. B. bad concluded, the Hon.
J. M. Leach addressed the audience at
some length with hi usual ability.
Ou motion, it was resolved that the
-Secretary be requeatcd 10 furnish proceed
ing to the Old Surtk State aud Ualcigh
Semtmel lor publication, af .er which tbe
meeting adjourned. C. F. 1XWE,
Jso. M. WOLFE. Chm'n.
Regular hours for sleep and meals, and
the avoidance of all Irregularities and ei
eessea, are among the other prerenUUve.
Bathing, waahlng or sponging the skis
all over in the morning b R wholesome
precaution. Kvery one employed oat vf
doors, that can possibly do k, skweii
wear a light, ea.y-fittlng, liread-brimmad
hat Brick layer, sarpaaters, Uborsn.
I mortar-makers, bod carriers, and all oth
n working ia tbe sun, should have so
kind of shed or hade bandy, where they
can ret for a few minutes at short inter
val of half an boar or se.
Ia every instance where a person u
fatalta ia Ilia ataaat on a ha J..
ine nrat iniac is is remove sas asrasn tt
aa cool and shady a plaee aacan be bead
1 o . . r - - ,
aim, u wo Hwa w nisi a snani 01 air
m Mowing at tho thaw, Ity-stau4er and
sere curious idlers shoald be kept from
crowdtnr aroand. Tbe next w to send
io all duaetbas for a doctor er a ikilled
apothecary. Bet at it frequently kai.
pens that neither a doctor nor an apotle
cary ean 0 aad in ttate, taose wao Ute
charge of the wfferer hdd know ka
10 act. lor iwer asay mvs wa inc. 1 or
their information the folbwfor b seggesi-
cesive heat These dlfJec some hat in
their ayuiptom. ana requare a some win-.
different I real meat. Tbe Rest etf thsw
occur during hot weather, after undue ei
rlln. 1k. n-rt lln .
to move, though be ram gmiatsJiy be roi
ed 1 be baa a feeble pube ami s aaa) a
akin. Here Use ta simply a k
of nervous power, and relief b promptly
afforded by nmvbg Mm t a tool, lu
dy place, applying eaM water or lee u.
the head, and administering bad brandy
and water, iced wins aaa water ar , 1
stimulant. In the other aad more taut
form of this Section 01 Cerent set at
symptom show tb mail vet. Mere ths
patient suddenly bib to thw ground, cm,
pbtely unconsetoos, bb kiu b aatngeutly
hot aiid dry, kb breath hag hurried, con
vulsiou are not aenwamn;., aad, If. pro
per treatment be not prwiptly resorted to,
death soon lakes jdaee. In thi ease, al
so the patient should be promptly remov
ed to a shady and cool spot, perfectly pri.
vale so that the crowd amy be k. pi of
without fall, lib ctothmg akawhl k
stripped off, and bis whole body hoist.',
be rubbed with ice from bead 10 fool, and
pieces ot ice should be kept mVr tl
armpits. Tb shoald he steadily perse
vered with until the patient t restores. r
until a .loetor arrives, or until it b plain
tint the easel beyond mmmj-..i.
I.y nchherg if Aft.
Bowan will do her duty in, tbe approach
ing campaign in such way aa toebullenge
the admiration of her sbter counties.
The Club resolve 1 itself into the Salis
bury Kr.vMon; axd Bi.sik ( luh and tha
old officers were retained, except that Her.
dec. Hut wet Lambeth was appointed one of it
of the word I v'ce Presidents to fill an original vaean-
ey. Able, stirring, aad patriotic apeecb-
e were made by Luke Blaekmer, T. W.
Ke,n and F. K. Hbober, K-irs.
Tim 'luh will bold iu next meeting at
the '1 'own Hall on net Saturday night.
A full attendance of all the members is re
quested, aa well A of tbe sitiaen jener.
ally, and the Ladixb epeeblly. Come
one, come all, and let us have an oh) fash-
rebtioo only te-l10" ; B,t,,t itw atborii;tig.the yoath wbopreadoa oeor the 00a
nnsLaad.net to u""c lrea-ore to borrow nsoaoy, earn, te kave an ofmortapliy-isishow
m fltk -S-- I
the State Ciaitlturiios, Aad if so. there to carry 00 tbe Stale government : a
1 to be a iiBiliimniaaf way f asast- raariat ration law : a law Drovidinw far
BugUsata.-sd-a-t bM im J-iprsidamtul EUotora: . arovid
ingfor the eiecUeo
his unauthorized power and thus vent
his spleen at aa" So the
advertontadmiawoa, in the l foUgyjng iwtj fMl revival. A number of
worus : -we were, moreover, willing
to gratify the desire, on the part of
Fatal Aocidcrt. -We are pained to
learn that Mr. Daniel Ieonard, formerly
of Davidsoq County, waa suddenly killed
at Mr. U aggoners', near Foard' Mills, in
this county, on the 1 tth i ust , by tbe burst
ing of the cylinder of a threshing machine
Owing to the high speed required in a
threshing cylinder it haa often occurred
to us that there wa great danger of such
accidents. Too much eaM, therefore,
could not be taken iu their manufacture
to render them perfectly secure by mean
of strong iron bands.
We also learn that a day or two before
Jacob Shaping, of this county, bad bis leg
broken by an accident In taking a thresh
lug machine off of a wagOR. ' T
Another Fatal ArtfrrrET. We aref
speeches may be expected on tbe occasion
from able and eloquent gentlemen.
It wa also resolved to have a county
August 1st 10 appoint delegate to the
Htste Convention, whtoh meets at aateagb
1 ka 1 ilk mf I11....I In niw.lal P-.L
having tbe spirit of a martyr, ooHrtadf du-atial dectora for tbe State at large, ami
uuitydom, did it f We BRspaetad a io transact other imporUad koaiuea.
pained to learn that Mr, John Lindsay,
only a of Bobert Lioday, Ksq., of
Oraensboro, had his body severed in twain
by a circular law mill In Teanessea a few
News Papk rB Sale. Hie pro
Him Meeting in Bsiujbury, on Saturday,! offer dial paper, together with their
job office and material, for sale. Per-
sons wishing to invest in such an en
lerpriae will aot soon fiud a better op
portanity in North Caiolina.
SKYMOI'B AND BLAIR
Immense meetings, ratifying the nomi-j
nation ut .Seymour and Htair, are being
held in all the nrinclpal cities of Ibe
The meetijg In Rt Louis wa laree
and enthusiastic, and' pruminent gentle
men, heretofore hostile to the Democratic
party, announced their determination to
support Beymour and Blair. Missouri
will give a rousing llemocrutie roaioriti
A apontinroua meeting waa held in
Louisville, Keatacky, on Thursday night
immediately after iho reception f the
newa of the nomination. Speeches were
made by Itovernor Uramlette, tn-arg I).
lTenlice, and other prominent gentlemen.
(lee. D. I'rvutbe closed hi fpeecb a
"It I fitting that we rcjoic. It ia pro
per that we th ink teod and onr own in
domitable Democratic souls for our proa-
peclive deliverance. That we are tn be
delivered I know and feel as well as if tbe
spirit of prophecy were upon me. I
it tory noon us aa plainly 1- ever- saw
star in heaven. But victory ores 1 1 oik -
battle. To whs it we meat fight.
AnO are we not prepared for the rinlc 1
1 lur eeaaliy hss Inaa lison hlbd
gloom and deiolalioii and woe. A Gov
ernmeiii a horrid aa a nightmare er an
earth devil or a hell-daril sit upon her
bosom, iho most beautiful portion of
our broad land ia swept by a sea of ty
ranny worse than a lake of fire and brim
stone. Let us, then, all of as, ro forth to
our work. If by onr own fault we fail in
tbe mighty cause in which we are now
engaged, find' curse and mankind' and
onr own wilt rest 'apmtw"?-""""
In 1 lev. land, Detroit, Omaha. Mil .van
kit, and, iu fact, in nearly all tha leading
vines, iinpromuiu aemoustrstions nave
been, held, or arraugementa are in nrof-
ress for suitable demonstrations ia honor
of the ticket
1 be Bart teal nominees hare failed to
inspire enthusiasm. Their uauva have
disappeared. No one appear to think ol
them. The revolution m public senti
ment which commenced last summer i
going forward, and it will net stop until
there b a ebanire effected in ih n asilot 1
tration of the ( ;.i vernment Lynekburq
r.ienwtiK m come uw. trtor u in
rresi.l. oti.d election, Sttle eh et'sms wHl
bo I. .1.1 10 etevan mates, a toHows : lit
Kentucky on ibe 3d of Aug eat W Te
nessce on tbe Oth j fas Yrnwont en tb
1st of Mrpieiubari in. California on lb
2d ," in Maine on the 14th ; in Nebraska
on the tith l Oember; tn I'ennsvii .n
. o tt: m ... - r , .
lino, noiiai. i, lowa, on ine t.nu, and 1 1
W'rst Virginia on the 2-M.
The 1 bird of November, the day nf tbs
Presulentbl elcrlbn, b also tko day for
holding State elections in kfaaaarhnse' t-,
New York, New Jerapy, Delaware, Mary
land, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Miu-
iuita, .Missoun, Kansas and Nc
The Funding Bill, so Ion- debated
passed the Senate, Wednesday. It pro
vide for the bine of bonds, tmvable. nrin-
eipb and interest, io tain and redeemable
nomc ot the lutateat presses, wm:
the moat provident forethought, are
suggesting legidntion by Congress in
ease of tho "insanity of the Preai-
dent." The intimation is. thai some
nf Gov. Sevmoara family have been
insane, nod that ho may therefore I
come hi I Hits sitowa. first, that t.'u ,
are thinking It w quite probate he
may be I'rosidrut, after nil ! His
Ibtllimoie Sun remarks, "that if v.
were tnsaiio, we ct
ceive nothing pore aipropriatR Hiai'.
vi-itii sncii leBtslatnm aa Uoncrcs -
giving Ibe country, to have aTttiiRta
in the presidential chair to sign the
hills.;' It is scarcely necessary !
say, however, that tho iaillnatioii "
imputations in relation to Goveriw
s. y in. .nr. ara without foundation, '
weak mast lo the cause, and wicgfr.
I ym-hhurg aVsw
Maxims For V.
in twenty, thirty and forty years espeet
vary, tha Irtt bearing 5 per eeatlItsmt,1
tb second 44 aud tbe third 4 ner cent I
axjru I'.. it VouNt, him--
Don't scroam nnleayen are frigutt."
A nnnownets of waist shows n 1
rowness of niind.
It is a Hue silk that know notn
The true test of a man's temi-
to keep him waiting fen mi nut
hi il inner.
Never faint when yon are r!
Always select some good ttpltortu.
ty or yoang man.
the more persona there are m '
ti e more successiiil will bo your '
A u 1. man ahnuhl not onlv faint '
but be above suspicion.
Drcanis nro the novel '!
..I ... lu..
- . -l- ui . 'iivsi wii-ii no am i..a. asiwih
ecand 44 aad the third 4 ner cent. ? .1 i .Z ur
11 r . t n u . ' - - - ,t ere uie inu pieciric ioioai'"K"
I hey are exempt from all .Stale uL a.l .. ... . . TL..
, .; 1 - t. f I 1 no uean. tuat win acnu a miam-
5 20 bond, at the option of ,h Idt) 1 nJ "" in a language
ft abm provteV foYlhe auaual appropria
tion of 184,000,000 of reseipt from ens
lam, to ba applied lo the exQua-nishme.it
of the pubis? debt, and make gold eon
traeta valid with the restriction ,.
kaown to the two
The Tariff Bill wa
tbe Ways and Mean Committer,
kills h tor thi session.