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SALISBURY, IV. C, JULY 31, 1868.
VOL. I, NO.
" ;T BvfW or :rtfmimot. ct
w ATC'HMAt ft OLD NORTH STATE
T;il. WEEKLY OLD NORTH BTATE
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tto - Nrf ilifcl
r mm vtM com
f . I .n M
a. MHTMtrW ..t r UH
Shift. Say by day, wMb ptoigt, and p!e-
Wkm r1satots totdSMt
To wluM y acra,
I tawed my ! Rub store j
ft, btil I tot I had store.
Tin not sorrow wot own,
1 " wtos MS r
Th. mi -- M
Tv.uMtlMi o. aal WicrauU:
Tv sormy wms fcto reaass MX.
K ' bur long years sod in itot blast,
Til irou Ul 1I1M hart'! W,
Bm wttonr taB . prtriMMw
O,, every siJ lito yatoar o
B t-l toiieertxht: osd wy hwd
Ms 1 I ,! w tto louglubg wood :
0 .-J u, I toard ti iMtuw al Auud
Ar,NMj mjr williiif act
T ... ri. mil br in
(j r bf m T-lo .frtofc Itow win,
.TM tor." I J. " to totkw I".
In Unrnt tto i y '
I., liu Brlutor. mUr,
Mtou i .t rMl mj crr
A Wi r- P,, k7 I
Tsu putmi! ru4 nv ttiilW tl nun f
I irt 8 4 law M loto" I
- Bit 4f I ttuJ a uMitl :
Ih kMM, fotiiin I iuu may wud.
Am to tor m r cr I"
TVl tnnri flMrn la with eorrrt ttaiU.
Tn- k-vi '(- l-nc I to iiil.
AaftHK.: Yw Uud wwlhlem.
. (tool , v
Lrnif mc stonll I Tjoom4
A Hh nwrxi f rirtoA
T poor toB of Um mmTK
I "mil, an I hupM. .m a bfvr.
loo frrtt 10 krrp ihrm lonfrr. Tbr
Mlal rare to-dajr, it la limat.-d, will br
Mwotaj mirljr and forty, rcllliia' thaat;
C, "t w wrn uma lar to between
aad fir toaaVad.
Nmi f Um laborer majored u lfct
Brookly navr rard. ia ,.r , 1...
Mreoqoo. were overrom, ,v
j .r . , -j
uu ui ueriuifiaefit lowarda noon ia
aaea u order aninendtHB' all work
mitnr notiee. lie ajt be bad eittor (o
uo mat or convert but office au
boaaet into boapiul.
norM are dring by th teor. Tk
Eitbih Arena Kailrnad Comuanv lku
ortilnf iMt ; tbe Sixth A venae Com
pan I I entn A venae 7 ; Jfclt line 8.
THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS.
fraak nlri L.I if r AaaraMag
UaltoM tor ! Piaalarat.
""" i iinea in prormn on. i he nn,
ftirHra huiae aeem to fufT. r moat. In via
ing the animal water the greatest car
haa to b nblllni. Net unfrennnit It
ibejr drop down dead aa moo a their lipa
toawh the liquid, and this, loo, ia caaea
her no fatigue or overheating U u-
Ibr preaent mocth baa tbna Cur kwa
the hot teat for many Tear. The mean
temperature of the tret week in July,
1868, waa 83, and of the second week 84
r. Th mean tern iterator of Jnlv
fcc the part tS ream baa been 73. Thaa
tar, tt will to teen the temperature la 9 or
iu a.-gree higher than tto average.
DEEP Oft SHALLOW PLOWING.
11 BM MM that averythinr baa, at
leaat, two aide, and plowinc doe not of
fer an exception. Olie party un. "Plow
deep, or reap a poor karveal," and anoth
er My. "Do it, and cot no harrett al
all." The parti eem to be antipode.
ton th plowing nneMion ; bnt, In reality,
mean anoat In Mrae thing. Th int. by
plowing, (imply intend to aay, not
lbt carifying the Mil a few incbe deep
will not piodne a tolerable crop, when
ike proeM Brat cowmen, bat that fol
low iua tin an will ultimate in little more
than lb aeed, even by the aid of manure.
I Tbe aecond, tn objecting to deep plowing,
rTi T . ,T " , ' (r'vernintil.
eed bed cold, atiff and inert matter, doe i f.
Omaha, Nbsbaaka, Jnlr 18, 1868.
General George W. Morgan, Chair
man Committee National Demo
cratic National Convention:
Jkeral : I take cath'ett op
porinnily of reply log to your letter.
nolilyinw maj of my nnmina!iuB for
Vict-IVeHident of the United Slate
by the National Democratic Conven
lion, recently belt! intbeciiy of New
t accept without hcaitaiion the
nomination tendered in a manner so
gratify ing, and give you and the
eon, mule my thank for the very
kind and complimentary language in
which von have conveyed to ma th
deci ion of the Con vent mil.
I :iave carefully read the rendu
lion adopted by the convention, and
moat cordially concur in every prin
ciplo and sentiment they announce.
My opinion upon all or Hie qne
lion which diacriminale the great
contending partte hare been treely
exnree.ed on all suitable occasions.
and I do uot deem it necessary at tbi
time to reiterate them.
The issues upon which the conteet
tarn are clear, and cannot be olx
scared or distorted by the sophistries
of onr adversaries. Thev all resolve
themselves into the old and ever-ie
newing sUnggle of a few men tn ab
sorb the political power of the nation.
This etlort, andtr every conceivable
name and disguise, Iim alwavs char
acterised the opponent of the Iemo-
cratic party, but at do time Iim the
attempt aasHined a shape to open and
daring em in this conies'- The ad-
versarie of tree, and constiiutional
in defiance of t he ex
willed It. If tbe people thall again
condemn these atrocious ineunre by
the election or' the Democratic cans
didale for President, they mast not
be disturbed, although decided to be
nuooiKliiurlonal by. the Snpreute
Court, aud although lite President ia
sworn to niii in lain and support the
constitution. 1 he will of a faction
l a Congress, reinforced with itapar
tuwin emissaries ,-m to lue Sooth and
supported there by the soldiery', must
stand against tbe will of the people
and the decision of the 8upretne
Court and tbe solemn oath of the
President to maintain and support tbe
eonettttttioti. 1 ,' ZT
It fa revolutionary to exente tbe.
will of the people. It b revolution
ary to execute the judgment of tbe
Supreme Conrtl It is revolutionary
in the Preaidont 'o keep inviolate hi
oath to sustain the constitution 1 This
false consiructiou of the vital princi
ple of our Government is the lust re
sort of those who would hare their
arbitrary reconstruction sway and sn
persedeonr time-honored institution.
The nation will say the constitution
must bo restored, and the will of the
people again prevail. The appc.ii to
the peaceful ballot to attain thi eud
is not war, is not revoln'inn. Thev
make war and revolution who at
tempt to arrest this quiet mode ot
putting aside the military diwtot'.sm
and the usurpations of a fragment of
a Congress, asserting sbeolute power and refueed to diaperM
NEGRO TltOUULKA IN TEX A"
If Uiean, Texas, was. on tto Iftb a
18tb ins l., as we lesru from lbs New Or-
leans 7'imm of th 19th, the teen of
very aeriout riot, iu which a camber of
negroes were killed. W auljoin th fol
lowing telegraphic report of the afair :
ffeUl ky Talegnpk to tto N. O. Time,
HooTton, July 18 There has been a
formidable negro riot at Mitotan.
From passengers M lb fOU new n
received of a riot of seriou dimensions,
having Iu origin m a charge made against
a white man named Holliday, of aMiating
to baag a negro. Holliday denied the
charga, aad iMiastd that the negro Waa
alive in an adjacent county, and offered I
produce him, bat ibe negro refused to
accept hi denial or wait for the proof.
They immediately armed theosselvM,
and marched oat to kill Holiday. The
sheriff at once called out a aosae, and a
eonfliet ensued. Five negroe were kill
ed, aud the sboriff called for help, m the
aegroe were aeaeiubled in force.
The agent of tbe Ereedmaii'a Bureau
at Bryan came down on the ttatn to M
turn the Mme night, with a poare lo iu
quire into the dhvlarbane. Ha found
three hundred armed neirroe iu niiion.
and went to tbem under a while fiag, and
demanded theif (nrreuder to the civil an
thontie, b'it was driven off.
Washington, July 83. The adjourned
Uadieal ia cellar passed rewluMon
mending lb impeachment of Praaident
Johnson and anpoiuled a committee to
present them to tbe Reconstruction con
mil tee in Gongreaa.
Iteaolutinix rcrardina- MiMlMinoi were
. W 7S I .
offered, brt senator Wilson ssid be tod a
bill prepared vacating all oAssm ia that
State and filling tbem from person recent
ly voted for who could take th oath.
I he military commander, ia lo e force
Wusoa's bill without delay, aa it will Mr-
lainlv be ouaed. and that will constitute
the Mississippi government until CougrcM
graeiooaly order otlmalM. 1 1
Kesolation iu favor of conferring extra
ordinary power on the Virginia Conven
tion were adopted. Aoaslion concerning
the management of Tata.
I he feeling of lb meeting wa intense
ly bitter. Egrleaton was present and ap-
.J Wll - u. J. :..:: !..
Washington, Jnlr S3. Senate. WU
on Inlroduoed a bill for lb provisional
government of Miaiippi. Ordered to
How introduced a bill additional to ct
for auppreMing insurreetioua in tbe .South
ern States and supplying arm to Uioe
lately reconstructed, providing Federal '
Ue then pat himself a, the bead of the k"i'nce on P?'ie,io" n( "rn
whiti;, dwlaring he would arrest ttom by
in roe. Aii attack waa made and hfteen
negroes killed, bnt not a single while
man. I be negroes were in superior force
o 7" , L ' preM langnsge of the conntantinn.
n' flX t2SA D?1, have erected Ttnilifary despot sm in
r'iiiflT. tbM mv h a hswStal iwifivH. I r . . . J - I
I w.U aixl now my grain k bread ;
I af mv hoowbold all are fed I
I a anuuiih, 4 ttoM who eat
ktf bread oeakwa it kgtK and sweet
My m .. b'M-1 MM of tit Wheal,
Cat uv try liUl acre
W -- I . - 1 - -.- ,
09apsr mI Dante knw b,u 1 1
Ak weB lsy I tto vear Sit by,
I oaanot a-i-l i. sad I sigh
-.-THHg-ipu any ,
I igb tken m,l Why stssnKI I pine
Becsas my gram f ant kaf :
I paw. Who but tit higher power
Harass ttoir name, to all lb tour T
Tisosk tto earth ia bright with fl,wera;
l tilt, with pain, my acie.
Abo me, to, lb taiabow set
Iu lietveu beads The winds ing dear,
Claidt float, bird twliter through the year I
tor m, no la, the goring t hers
fassgbing sees iy aorv.
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And vea)a the son and rstn
Bring aw mv hula crop of grain.
1 e mora or La aa Rmm M-mls .
T 1SV M man have tothful friend :
to whom mv whole lit tend.
Q"--n uf uiy royal acre t
ffrissdl my doss la open wide;
II tu my toad Md heart. My iu
I' h( mto ito tosstf r est-
1 kneel, wtos. Mi bke Mnahin sweet,
buhls op hits i
FFEOTg OP THE HEA I IN NEW
A New l'ork letter, dated Thursday,
The ahitads of the thermometer la as
'" ever. t90M,) bnt tha heal I
rifeJIy tempered by a brsese from the
'"liwest. It is a hot bre. se, as hot a if
, 0T"r Saltarat bnt it ia, never-
i sasieeabls relief fro, the SoaV
nC ttraoantora of the naat lew dava
J "ighu. The Coroner report ibe mor-
"f resulting directly sad iadireelly
W the beat M rVtarklsIl ui da r aa aver
M mss ass deaths fer the DMl
iy-toar boars. The ts death from
s five ears acsjrste .150 TV
Tm (dead boose) i crowded to its at
",''ir wun in aaea aaa oy mg
vm is thu morning were placed in
W Or Seven dren Thai tisae allow-
" Wends and relative for identifica
neeeaaarily vry brief, a putref.ic
Pmly sets In. The plus at prva-
M lha ml m L ltl il..
wnextss lapossfbJe for ibe pes to
i" awtrrwal ag svevrea wfi
wilosssed al tin etablihmut.
Mrlnn. k,. m.n ll.iltor fr,.m
"s curiosity are atartled with the dis
"I soma Trim t, A nr rMaUvev
ten of the States of the Union, liaso
taken from the President the posters
vested in him by tbe supreme law.
remote, this may he a beneficial proceed
lag. Present results are looked at by oue
pari v, and futars-Mie bv the other.
If la ml nlnwed shallow for a SSaSSw nf
rears, is deeply bn.keh up iu the piig '"' bare deprived the bupreme
iioto, making the seed tod s swhsoH one, t f jarisdicfion. The right
it is pretty safe to assume that th summer ' of trial by i nry, and the great writ of
crop, whatever it may to, will not show ! right, the habeas eorpus shield of
My gjsvl InenO wva. and said m aar;l any improvement over the previous on ' ',,'jsj 'r every eitisen, and which
Lk a anon nm whk disdain, ptedeaed by shallow plowing. Bat sap- bare c!escended to us from the earl i
Bn my tutle ol graiB pose ife deep breaking ap is done in .the egr irndiliou of our ancestors, and
Utf-i m tto lattoag riuMiasr tarn fall, aMoWing the frost of winter and ! w l.inh our revolution, v father
sniii g to se t upon this tuh-slratiini,
lying sad pulverising it, doe any e
eaeed farmer doubt that an added lease of
ovor that benign system of rcviilnted
liberty left ns ny our falhor. This
most be allowed tu lake it courbe.
Tin is the only road to peace. It
ill come with the election of the
Demociatie candidate, and not with
the election of that mailed warrior,
whose bayonets are now at the throats
United Sutes troops from Brenhim
were ordered to disperse then on Jaly
Late yesterday evening a squad of Fai
led Stales troops, twenty vtrong, arrived
at 31 1 1 ican sod a aerating party wa sent
out, and three hostile negroes were killed.
1 he negroes are fortifying, and the ex-
ore or Legislature created by reconstruc
tion acts. Referred lo Judiciary commit
tee. A b ll rnbsidising a line if steamers
hence to Europe, wa passed.
The bill for tbe protection of American
cit i ten abroad, waa resumed sod d iscuss
ad until recess.
House. After unimportant business,
proposition for a recess from Monday next,
to third Monday hi September, wa taken
'1-1.. 1 .L C...l... Hl.lu kn.
t HD 111 iltoit; if, iim- iniuiii' in '.ion.,
Bow as CotTsTT. Th Goanty Com
raws toast sleet of Rowan Goanty, met at
the Court BsasM lo Solisbary oa the B34
dy of July, A. D., 1868.
Tbe following amsahars were preaent,
to-wit: D. A Paris, John L Shaver,
John D. Johnston aad Francis N. Lock
In aecnrdanM with the tworMon of
an act of Assembly far th qaajincatioa
of rertain officers rscently elected under
the new Constitution of North Osroliaa,
the Board then proeseded to elset a OhsJr-
, w here u paw D A Darb vsi defy
elected. The oath of oflkw waa then asV
ministered to the Chairman, by Mose L.
Holme, United SlatM Commissioner, aad
the oath wm sdminiatered to the other
members of the Board of Commissioner
by the Chairman, after which they enter
ed upon the duties of their office.
Tbe bond of Obadiah Woodson, Regis
ter of Deeds elset, in tbe mm of tea
thousand dollar, with the following
bondsmen, to-wit : Benjamin F. Fraley
and J. J. Bruner, was then 'presented to
the Board aad approved, whereupon the
oath of oflee wm administered to the
I Register of Deeds by tto Chairman of
iho Board, and said bond recorded aad or
dered to be regiatered.
Horatio N. Woodson baring received
tbe appointment of Deputy Register of
Deed, the Chairman of tbe Board i
iatered tbe oath of office.
. rrV?- -'."" beitcraent ran hial, nr. in A nVbwJr P kUf monopolised attention, ana every
ot eigut millions ol people in the v.j TZ-S xsZlL-" 311. I sneaker having expreasrd bis views brief-
bonth, lo compel them to support ,i .r f ,i1PVmon'. Hn .In .e.o ,., ' ibe aubjeet, waa called to order for
him as a candidate for the Presiden
cy, and to submit to the domination ot
an alien race ot semi. barbarous men
No perrersion of truth or audacity of
msrepreaentuttnn can exceed that
which nail tuts candidate in arm
a an angel of peace.
I am, very respectfully, your most
FbaxxP. I Jr. a iu.
Um hostile eamp, aad demanded thai. tMf9t ' Pe",D b,M wbn bfore
negroes lay down their arm, but they "V77l..m x - -on - -l
joura until Ida party frienda in tbe South
baa been armed.
Washburne, recognised Oraat's or
gan in tbe House, Mid be disapprove the
uieasiire on the ground that within ten
r nrtlier seriou consequenees are ap
At last account the negroes were pre
paring for war, getting reinforcement,
&e., headed by a negro preacher named
Brook, and a white school teacher. And
the white people, headed br the Aecnt of
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
In tto Senate, on Tuesday, the bill pro
viding for filling vacancies which may
.ought to secure to their posterity j,r ra the offiee provide in Article? of the
forever in the fundamental duarler ot I (.uoatitnuon of the Slate, wm considered m
our liberties have been ruthlessly
it,. i i 1 .i . a
rT- 7 T . , . . ;f 1 J "mi.led under foot by the frag
Ho I a fair statement of the quealion of t (X uk 1 B,
Or hmiL l . . i
- "mm, aw mssooosX, m piung
u f rif by the iuformatioa that bod-
i 's r .
She 8ate the DotdUm. A little girl.
ten year old, went ap Nouat Waabiiur
ton on nnrseoaca. one wm ten then ;
he lives till next aammer she will be
twenty. The ladies sad gentlemen of
our party dismounted upon tbe rggd
sum in ii, where tbe only vegetation tbat
dared make an attempt lo grow wti a lit
tie l ii n led, pale green moss, and gaaed
tboM lifted up from Ito world into Iim
itles space. Below, stretching outwards
in all directions, lay s deep silver sea of
clouds, amid which lightning were seep
to part and writhe like gilded serpent,
and from which the thunder came up to
lb ear, peal after peal. We knew that
down ib .re rain wm descending in a tor
rent ; while on a who were above the
clouds (bono the sun in unobstructed and
awful splendor. The eyo wandered away
Ilk the dove from A nob a ark, that found
no tdacs to rest her foot.
"Well, Lacy," Mid tor tat tor, break
Ing the ileuee, "there i nothing to be
Seen, I there f , ; ........ ...
The child caught 'her breath, lifted her
clasped bands, aud responded reverently
"Oh, papa, 1 see tto doxologv I"
Ye, every where nature apeak to u
and mv, ' .
Frame Uod, from whom all blessing
now." 'L. v
n"o are poor . ampan t He that
walketb with wise men shall to wise; bnt
companion of fools shall be destroyed'
It is said to be the property of th tree-
frog that it acquire the color of whatever
adhere to tor a Short time, f hua wliei
found on growing corn, it is commonly of
dark green. If toand on White oak.
has the color peculiar to that, tree, seat
soil I with men. I ell me who yoa
choose and nrefi-r aa companion, and I
certain ly tell y oa w bat yo are. k yoa
lore tbs society of th vulgar I 1 hen yoa
are already debased tn Vor sentiment.
Do yoa seek ibe society of ibe profane I
In v.nir heart ton are like them. Are
jester aud buffoons your choice friend t
Ue who lore to laugh at lolly M himsell
s tool, ana prrsbabiy a vary striata: one
to . Do yoa lore and sft th eoeiety of
the wise and good l la thu your habit 1
Would you rakhcr take the lewaet among
other t Then rou have already learned
lew may ass satr
but twi, II
aa tm t-ti SM-va a I ' i ttaSa h aai riSa,
shallow and deep plowing, and nrouerlr uo.e o-a.es ami
....A.rm.mA .1,. ,. u lini.. or 12tZZ. eommniiities of people of our own
, . --- 1 I a..". -J ! . . J
between those who sre regarded HyA' ' aiiamieo, convicreo,
aa oeennv or anUronutie noaiLioii. wr.uxiuneu, auu ueinnen ui n
1 j r o -.- m I . -y . -, -. .
rigins as cinxena, witnoui preseni
ment. or. trial, or witnesses, bnt by
Congretwiotvnl enactment ot ex poet
fjarto taws, nmf tn defiance of constitn-
tioiial.probil)itios,denying eren to a
lull and. legal CigreitV lie authority
to pas any till of attainder or ex
pout facto law. The same usurping
authority lias substituted as electors
in place of the men of our nwh race
thaa illegally attainted and d ml run
chised, a host of ignorant negroes,
whs are supported in idleness with
the publ c money, and cpmbmed to
gether to etrip the white race of their
birthrigJit, tliiougli the managemeat
of Frecilmeu,a Bureaus and th emis
j, . . .. a... ..!
saries ot consnnaiO'S in otner o aies :
and, t complete the oppression. Tbe
IIIIIHHrv ("'H'i oi in Huiiuii una
been placed at their disposal, in on
dor to make this barbarism supreme.
Tin' military leader under whose
prestige this -usurping Congress Iim
taken rcfiigu riiice the TOnrtemnafiijii
of their schemes by the free' people
of the North in the election of the
last year, and whom thoy have select
ed as their candidate to shield them
selves from the result of their own
wickedness and crime, has announce, I
his acceptance of the noiuiua'ion.
and his willingness to maintain their
usurpations over eight millions ol
white people at the South, fiaed to
the earth wi b hi bayonets. Ho ex
claims: "Lelius have peace. "Fence
reign in W'h saw." the announce
ment which heralded thee doom ol
the liberties of a nation. "The Km
pi re is peace," exclaimed Bonaparte,
when freedom ami its netenuors ex
pired nnder the sharp edge of his
sword. The iieace to which (tram
invites n is the peace t despot imp
Those who seek to restore the con-
atjtiirirtn by executing the will of the
ple rioudetrflring the reenistructton
HC's, already prouonneea in tile elec
tion of last year, ami which will, 1
am convinced, be stftt more emphat
ically expressed by the election eg the
Democratic candidate m the Presi
dent of the Unitt States, at de
rMiatnced rerWrQonTsfs by the pari
tsaans of this vindictive CWgresa.
Negro sufTrss. which the popular
vote n(W&tiMfirS&ann?. BesHh
srlvania. Ohio. Micltigaa, 0"iinccti-
Cut, ami Maw rttaTes nave conucmiieu
M expressly against the letter t the
cMtaittvtieB. mosr aund, because their
Soustor aad ltoproaenlu ivea havs
ah) wsM sd gasd.
made mocn progres
to to S com
JbA. So yoa .toll to
aad wIm far stsrstty .
Th Tarln Bill wa ie-eomitterl
the Way and Mesas OuMkHty
Committee of the Whole, who reported it
ksek to the Senate, recommending it pas
sage. The Senate adopted the report of the
committee, and the bill Waa ordered lo to
engrossed, in order to to put oU it third
i . . . . -'-...
A bill ia relation to provisional municipal
officer waa taken np. when Mr- Rohbius
offered a substitute, tto gist of wbieb allow
tto people of the differeut towns caiee. Arc.
the opportunity of speedy electiuua. Tto
etih.titute was voted down. Various atnoud
meats were then offered and voted down, tto
Conservative, especially Messrs. Robbios.
Osborue and Love, exerting themselves in
averv pouible way to defeat thi measnre
or to have itrirken from it some of it mo-1
Final! v. the nrrvioua auestio'i toincreall
eaVthe bill passed it second reading. A
motion to nut the bill on its third reading
did not prevail.
In the Hh3e. the bill relative to privy
examinations oryfue eoeert wa taken up.
read and referred toxto commit toe on Judi
Harria. of Wake. -laiegra.) fri-m these
loot coimnittee appoiuted to laresticat tbe
CollteJted election iu eamdeu count V. , Iter
ed a maioritv runort. contending that the
provisions of tto Revised Oaks rela'ing t
contested erection, do not apply to eleetmn
held under the reeoustnictiou lawa of Con-
A minority report wm offered as a snbati
tote, tot after some diaoosxion. the majority
report waa asiSeS , !.- -
Keafrvw called up Ins resoluflou. allowing
postage stamp to tnejnteuiber. The yeas
and nay. being called on a mntiou to lay On
tbe table, tbe mutiuu prevailed.
The resolution iuttructiug the. amini:tee
. wj .1 . il . l . . . ri,
oa r.uucai I' m e pn-pnre a itin iw ; i-l u i n
system of Common tiehool. and that the
bill shall provide for a separation of the two
races, was taken up. read aud adopted.
A bill extending the tiro- of regitring
grant. See., to oue year after the passage ut
thi set. a taken and passed it aeavud
days these arms would be in the hand of
' I ' I CT , J . t A . L - T , . ..
, . V 4 1 i S, 1 nc npeaaer annnanceu tuav iur m ien-
the Ireeilmen . Bureaa and tto SberuT, ident ht.nofl tax bill, accompsnied
with s protest.
Boy den, ot North Carolina, protested
against sending arm to bis State lIu-v
were net needed ami they would only
tend to create strife and excite passion,
which he thought It wm tto dnty of Con
gress to sssnage, and, if potwibhv to prevent.
Deweese, of North Carolina, made a
wild speech appealing tor anus, using
very belligerent language, aaying in ef
fect, ''Come on, come on, the representa-"
live of four million of people, though
they had dark skins, would be in the
This speech crested much mirth on tbe
floor, bat wm evidently deprecated by tbe
J inally, Senate resolution for s recess
was adopted, and a motion fa reconaider
the vde to-morrow prevailed, which leaves
the questiou open. -"
'Jue Houm disposed of tbe Missouri
election ease (contested aeat) in favor of
Pile, and then adjourned.
were preparing to subdue them.
The Conetitutional Amendment. ."en-
ator Sherman's joint resolution to declare
the constitutional amendment ratified by
the votes jtt the rarpet-Ltir Legialaturea is
not held by ita friends lo require the ap
proval of tbe President. Mr. Line In re
turned a similar paper, with the opinion
Unit he ha, I nothing, properly, to do a lib
it; and the Radical will; pebabiy, fal
low litis precedent. If llie President's M
sept were deemed neces.ryfllojJus; resolve
the waiting for a veto to repass it would
keep Cpugresa here some two weeks lon
ger; but our present information is thai
tbey will uot wait for it. In this connec
tion, it mar to remarked that all this
work of declaring the eouttitntinnal amend
ment paased i simply a part of the revo
lutionary violence of the Radical party,
which haa not been attended with blood
shed only because I lie people are wait
ing for the hour to arrive when they mov
crnsh tl. :.i at the ballot-box. and thus re
atore order and peace under tbe regis ol
Lo- Constitution. Sat. Intelligencer.
A Scene in the House Reprementatiree
IVhru the carpet-bag delegaiea to t'On
grias.froxu A I oU0 advanced to tin
peaKe, Uesk to : k the oath tbe fal
lowing proceeding. took (dace:
Mr BrOi ks asked that the gentlemen be
awoti. in seu.n.ilelv.
uaarr s.nd that waa a question
lor the 11 . to i,-ie.riu:i
Mr. n,l !. nt.o nl that sH V. awnrn in
Mr. Brook ol'i.-creiVlo three of :hem
tociuae tlu-y Were uot .c.i.l- ,t of ito
:aie. The gcuth ui an lioia .M nuie was
not a resident. ,i , ..
Mr. Dawe. The RepicseuPutve fiom
M .eilc la iiAl tij.iv. jffl
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The bonds of tbs Sheriff elect, William
A. Walton, In the nm of twenty-five
thousand dollar, with the following bonds
men, to-wit : Moms L. Holmes, John H.
Verbis, George Lyeriy, Tobias Kealer and
Thos. E. Brown, were tendered to aad
approved by the Hoard, and tbe oath cf
office )minitered to the Sheriff by th
Chairman of tbe Board, and the bond re
corded aad ordered to be registered.
Til man Cranford and Moses A. Smith
having been appointed deputies by the
Sheriff, the oath of office wm administer
ed to them by tho Chairman of l!Mlbard.
Tbe bond of the Coroner elect, Benja
min F. Fraley, in the ram of two thous
and dollars, with Obadiah Woodson aad
Thos. E. Brown aa bondsmen, Was ten-
dered to and approved by the Board, aad
the oath of office administered to the Cor
oner, anil tbe bona recorded aad ordered
to be regiatered.
Tbe bond of Charles F.
The Trial ot' the Columbus Prison
ere -"The One for the Proeeeu
lion Baeed on Bald Perjury."
tract trmu the AuWa (Oa ) Correspon
deuce of the N. f. Times, (Rep )
Tho trim o the Columbus prison
nets still excites the deepest interest
ituong all classes of the community,
flie general opinion, without diatinc-
ioii ,.' party, i th.it the case for tbelhimself to
County Surveyor elect, fat ttoitrm of two
thousand dollars, with M. A. Agner, Wm.
II. Tmtt, J. C. Graham and Tilman
Cranford, as bondsmen, was taadend) to
and approved by the Board, aad the oath
of oificc administered by tbe Chairman of
.a ia a .... .a - a a ' a x "lx.... .'
the tkiard, and tbe bond recorded aad or
dered to he registered.
The Beard thaa adjourned to meet em
Saturday, Aagast 1st, at S o'clock, A,
M Obadiah Woodsow,
THE ISRAELITES AND GENERAL
The Israelitea of Memphis, of all no. I
1 it ical stripes, lately held a large and ea- I-,!
Chkbbixo. The Miesoari Republican
say cheering accnauta reach it from all
quarters in regard to the ucee of the
Seymour and Blair ticke. It aay:
Everywhere it appear to be fait that
unless Radicalism is defeated iu the pre
cut Presrdetrtial contest 1 here will uevsi
to another Presidential election, but that
the Republic will have been lost forever.
and given over to military domination.
1 he pin pose Of the people M evidently
deep ana resolute to atep forward in this
criaia and literally aave the country.
11 and red of rhangea have already come
to our own knowledge among those who
have been heretofore acting with the Re
publican party, apposing it to be a loyal,
an honest and a decent party, bat who
bsvs toconn disgusted with its fab pre
tences, HS corruption, it recklessness and
iu profligacy. The defection ia the Re-r-Mf"
r Badirsl ranks t really ama-
ting and it is fast hiSaatiag a rest aad a
H arena, Jofr S3 The toiler of tbe
Mr. Broott.- Who is he I
Mr. Dawes Mr. V. VV. Kellogg.
Mr. Brook. Mr. Kellogg, of Michi
Mr. Dawrs. No, Mr. Kellogg, Of Ala
bama, The gentleman is laboring uadei
a mistake again, a usual.
Mr. Brooks. There are two others
tore. O.ie from Illinois and .one from
Mr. Daores. Tkegerabman complains
that on of the representative Waa boru
in Maine. 1 should like to know where
tto gentleman wa born t
Mr. Brooks. -I wm borne in Maine, bnt
when I left tbe State I emigrated to New
1 ik with a trunk. Laughter ou th
'pi t'coiioii is. based aa uatu ueiiury
tod ttotf the efenco bas already tri
iiuptiahttv -proied tbe innocence of
he piieoners. I hare heard all sorts
"i., le exp'es tlii opinion, and th
- i i i i; " , in B.iruuiii iiaaaitua
Meade will diseoUe the court and
ut an etoi to the CraSW ... Mr. Joseph
-RrajWii, who is supposed by many
o-iliHve Hx-ep;eii a heavy' fee fo pro
-eeiUe iih 'rrirsea, and who haa
worked ze ilon.l v. ' and got tip the
estiuionv to prn;nra.a' conviction, is
Jieing severely bundled- .by the press
and public opinion. Hie wannest
ii iend now denounce him and pass
nm in tho street without notice
I fiev thiuk that when bo discovered
the nature of iheteaiiixtony, aud beard
the evidence for the del'eiH9e,h
should have . withdrawn ; or even il
he had not done this, that lie should
hart) refrained from an insulting and
th-tnocmic side and call to order ea the not aitogetlie: 'leeent cross exauiinu
Republicau side (ion of some ladies of high standing
aajs and eultdr, who were pradased to
Owe. A co respondent of tbe prove, aa they did . beyond a doubt,
Scientific American eoiunietids onions Ml:,t 0"e of tbe accosesl, Ur. Uirk.ey,
a a spot itic against epidemics not I never left his house in the country on
I . - i .I . . .. . . 1.1.'. n:S.S mmT A 1. I. ...,,,1..
a an escuie-tr, onr suceu ana Kepi m pp "g"' "
a sick room, wiser ihey will absorb
any siiiiisxpMrfc poison. They should
ue replaced by fresh ones every
hour, if is noticed that in the room
of a stuiallpoa patient they will blis
ter and decompose with great rapidi
ty, bnt will prevent tbe spread of theeoo.OOO bottles, 600,000 tons wm
a recuse. ineir application iim aiaoidow-r Ua. and 1.800 ton of gta-wan
Penatylvsnt mates two third f all
tbe glass maniit'aciurod iu the United
Stale. In Pittsburg there are 68 glass
works, devoted in about equal prop ution
to bottle, wiudew-ghus and fliul glaa
work. 1 heir annual products co
iutsm, iiniy jj inr uoiin an larpw.' 7 7? rr ,v"" oow-giaa, auu ,ovu warn
coast slrsmseF Ohneuuana exploded, kit- proved elfective in the case of snake worth on the asregals.
Hag fee aad weaadksg ty Istaiaas. bites. - --,,'' m --'
thashxstic meeting, and, without a dissent
ing voice, adopted a series of resolution
denunciatory f General Great aad ef
hi. famoua order No. 11 issued aanxinat
tbe Israelites ou the 17th December, 1862.
sar t i at .a . -
sve anoyoin some ot the resolutions :
Resolved , That we, the Israelites of th
city of Memphis, do believe that the Mid
b 6. Grant ha, by tbe said order, shown
sitiou to which to Moire.
of adminittering the laws to all
with impartiality and without prejs
Resolved, That we, each and
one, individually aad collectively ,m Isra
elitea who have reepect far ear honor and
oar religion pride, in ear race and love
Ibr oar country, do pledge oarselre to
use every honorable means ia ear power
defeat the election of tto said V. 8.
Itesolved, That thi.
called for any political or party p
bat solely to defeat the man who has, by
bra Order V. tTT ITrtiii"
Roeolved, That we exhort aad
is h our hrothren ia thu and all
cuis pd town in that United States, M
tto value religious liberty aad their
riifkts, to do all ia their power
tto id UlyMM S. Gtxu u
St. Jobs' College at Oxford
fa Ray. J. Mi
propose t spaa a Female !
iheUraod .Vaster annoancM that srraaga-
menu have been made br which aoa
tor of girl, daughters of iadireat dec sa
il as on, wilt be admitted Into this
school free of TuiUoo. -Standard.
Tho Peeitienaf Chief Juttm Chase.
OHoT Jaam,tas) glared to-aay to a
V eateni friend thai while he eomd not
petsonally accord with tab
against tbe reoontroxjen sets,
ed that the armertt contUtaxiona
ought lo aland till cbaased by tto
ft fie of each State, all voting, yet to
was a Ueaaccrat, a a mm ngnts
and hi full sympathy with tto I
Darts- - ITmek. Nkosar f Jf.
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