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SALISBURY, IV. C, AUGUST 28, 1868.
VOL. I, NO. 34
tr ttm or mmcbutior. .
mSMliM ft A V ABC St.
v, ATCHMA OLD NORTII STATE
Tltl WEEKLY 0U NOKTIl STATE
rri WmI, o. Year
rn,m the WTlmlnslou Journsl. Aa SO
TIIE FOTO RE-IS IT WAR f
lfM7 of onr best and wisest men
ncriouslr aoticipale strife and blood
shed as tbo rewh of the etnfmr
PwafaUnUal campaign. Thoy think
ika aa in to elans of tbo timet ev
idence of a atato of affair that, judg
ing of tbo future by the past, moat
unow""r reonlt in a violent eon
tiM of nartiea. If not of race. We'
' - that tbo fatnre, in on event,
nrMcuta a moat Hopoleea aapoet. If
the proaeut moat iniquitous govern
ment shall eonfinne in power them in
soond and substantial reason to think
that the white people of North Cn
im. will bo redoeea to a atato ot
ueh docradins and d baaing v
lago tbat no rospectaDie man win, it
it be pOSBIOie to emigrato, ouukiii id
remain here. In every mcaauro, no
matter whether of 8tato or national
legislation, ao-callod, the Radical par
it hat evinced a determination to
place too wbtto race at tbo mercy of
the biacK race, not mbih, iwww,
of snv regard for tbo colored race,
l.nt simply bocanae it waa by thia
paniea to appoar on the loth Hopt.
with their mimic, ovon, bat without
arras. Tlio work of organisation, it
la OTioent, will bo unshod forward
with vigor, If the companies aro to
tie equipped and organised and trans
ported to Italclgh in thirty day after
we passage 01 the law I If not to be
artnod by that time, why the prohibit
tin to bring anna ; or doe the pro
hibition about the arm extend onlv
to their preaonco in the nrocesaion I
. . - ... . .. .
ere., etc. we are in penlooa time.
Are we prepared to meet them u
mon t Wo earnest I v counsel our uao.
..t.. V. nl T
viu 10 oo loruoanng ; 10 uo esoeeu
tngly scrupulous in their conduct : to
avoia ov an possible moans all coma
iona and conflict ; to band v no words
and to stnko no blow, save in the
moat manifeat aeif defcuco, and by
every mean in their power to atrivo
to avert a conflict winch, w ion
once begun, mnst end in blobd. Wn
repeat, we are in perilous times arc
wo prepared to moot them f
The people of North Carolina have al
ways bvruo ihu reputation of baiar law.
abidiar and scranuloasio the diicharm nf
k.l. j' J...i.
ucu juiuoc aiiu pnvaio uuiics.
And thoae of onr reader who surrod
with the troops of oar sister State will re
member that, aa a rule, they were aa re
markable for their rood behavior on tbo
march, or in the bivouac, a thev were In
the line of battle.
There is a itolidilv about the North 0r.
oliua cliaractor, aud a gravity in the North
PLANNING WORK ON SUN
DAY". Tho following la an extract of an
intertwtlng lettor of Sir Matthew
Ilnlo, to In Krand-cbihlrcD. Tho tes
timony of that lenrnod and iiuriirht
Jurist, to tho god elfocta rosultim;
from a atnet obscrvanco of tho Sab-
both, cannot be unimportant. Tho i '0Rothor,
original ia deposited in the lritUhl,1Uhfi"11
Muaonm. It won lirat nobilHlied in
the "Christian Oobwrver," in Loo-
LORDI1AILE8 AND TIIE NEW
TEST ATE M ENT.
"I waa dining," aaid Dr. Dnchan
an, "senile time ago with a literary
party at old Mr. Aborcrotnbio'a, of
Irtllibody (tho fatlior of Mr. Ralph
Abercrouibio. who waa slain in
EjO'i'tO and wo spent tho evening
that tho success of the
Uadical party coald be rendered cer
taia. wo propose urn uioming iu
do oo more than atato tins general
i.raooaition. and in connection there
with refer to tho last net of State leg
islation aa the orownins proof. It is
welt known to oar readers trtat the
H'nlico Hill, in iU original shape, wa
aUafeatod in tbo Legit-lature, and iu
tiitead an act to organize Mio militia
tf North Carolina was pamei :
Section 8 of Una act declares,
The Governor is hereby authorised
lt. accept and organise rcgiuieuta, of
.luiitecr infantry, not exceeding
m m m II. I . - . .
it w w no may ," accepi
nd organise volunteer battalions of
valry, not to oxoaed tn roe, and one
olanteor battery of artillery.
6cc. 0. Tbo Governor is hereby
utboriscd at tbo request of any fivo
EJuktices of a coonty to direct tbo
Kolonel commandiuir therein to de-
si!, organise and equip from tho men
rto-mHitary duty In his com-
aWiiif a MirHeient force to Drcservo
fhc peat and to enforce tee laws,
Much force shall oe Known as mo
etailed militia of North Carolina.
Sec 10. Tbo number of said mi!i
t shall not exceed 60 to each mcm.
r of tho House of Representatives,
mess the Governor shall deem said
nmbor inaufficient for tho preaerva-
on of the peace or tho onforeomont
w to laws. w w w " w
he said detailed militia shall be
lro rided with proper arms and bad
These sections confer upon the
overnor tho authority to organize
M equip a fore .of ajx thousand
Hailed militia (with leave to in
the nniubcr at will) and an ad
tional volunteer force of six rogi
A gentleman in ono of the depart
monta has inado a vory curious dis
covery, which we publish below.
lie umber each letter of tbo alpha
bet and then add tho numbers cor
responding to the letters composing
tho two ticket Seymour and lilair.
and Grant and Colfax. The result
shows 177 for Seymour and Blair,
and 140 for Grant and Colfax, the
total being 317, which ia the number
of rote in the Electoral College
Carolina mind, which cumbiuc to mnkc uu l,l,, laia
eatedrrtdWfty wfctab command, respect wil, TOn wffh .
wimiww n a iwvb. I.i... i 't - '
"'i u"i loriy vunrs ci pcncncc,
This character, oneo sedata and viiror
ous, baa been taisd of Ute in a cruel man
aei. Tho Lcginlstaro of tbo Bute ha
afeaped by alien adventurers tin
by alien adventurers and na
live luunblo-riggers. Every sebooao which
inijciiuity can devise is resorted tn in or
der to wring the bard earned money of the
me people train their bands, hard with
toil ; and tho plundering system is carried
on Willi open declarations that the carpet
bacgeri and scalawaea aro the "muter.'
of the native population.
"these people must know that we aro
their masters," said "General" Abbott.
who in now a senator. God save the mark!
from the state ouco represented by Nathan
i' I Macon.
i - .li a a .
xreryininjr wuicn lost ol olhce, appe
tite tor plunder, and a cowardly temper
could suggest, ha boss dune by Hidden
and his minions : but, under all tho baso
persecution, the people of North Carolina
nave ciereiscd a rare and commendable
control over their ft ling of natural indie;'
nation. A conspicuous illustration of sclf-
enminand was afforded the other day when
the Democratic Convention assembled in
Uaitigh. On that occasion a number of
ignorant negroes endeavored to create a
Hut, aud provoke a collision with the white
men of the Slate.
The insanity of the attempt can be un
derstood when wo mention tbo fact tbat
there word over three thousand delegatos
present, to say nothing of tho population
of Italcigb, and contributions from Vir
J. Iits force could havo destroyed the
rioters without an effsrt, and yet, whb a
magnanimity and forbearance, worthy of
and strict observation of mvaelf.
hath assuredly taught no. I havo
been, nearly fifty yearn, a man aa
much cooveraaut in business, and
that of moment nml Importance, as
most men ; and I assure yon, I was
nevor under any inclination to fanati
cism, enthwiiasm or enporstition.
"In all this time, 1 hava luont in -
dustrioutly obsorvod in myself and
my concerns, these three tliin :
Whenever 1 havo undertaken any
secular bnsiness on the' Lord's day
(which was not absolutely accessary,)
tiiat business never prusporod and
succeeded well with mo. .
'Na', if I had set myself that day
bnt to forccatt or design any tcmpor
al business, to be done or performed
afterwards: thonirh such forecast question quito accorded with
were lust and Inmost in t icinse Ives. asto oi my antiquarian mm'i
A gentleman present put a
which puzzled the whole
"in pan v. It was this: Supposing
an tue Mew lestatnonts in the woild
had been destroyed at the end ef the
ihird century, could their contents
havo been recovered from the writs
ings of tho first three centnrios t The
question was novel to all, and no ono
even hazarded a gnoas in answer to
About two months after this meet
ing, I received an invitation to break
fast wiih Lord llailo (Sir David
Dulryiiiplc,) noxt morning. He had
been ono of the party. During
breakfast ho asked mo if I recollect
ed tho curious question abont tho
posibility of recovering tho contents
of the Now Testament from the writ
ings of the first three centuries. "J
remembered it well, and havo
thought of it often, without being
able to form an opinion or conjecture
on tho subject.
"Well said Lord Hailes, "that
and had at, iair a oroaiiect as could returning to my home, as 1 knew I
bo expected, yet I have been disap- lia(J 11,1 writers of thoae centuries,
pointed ia tlio cflecting of it, or in 1 began immediately to collect them,
tho success of it. So that it grew U tlult 1 aright set to work on the an
most proverbial with mo, when any dnous task as soon as possible."
importuned me to any secular bnsi- Pointing to a table covered with pa
nes that dav. to answer them that it pcrs, ho said : "There I havo been
j , 1 1 ..
14o Tho number of
votes in Elcc
Arm for the South A l'rUxt for
a - cie oMnos of Congress.
The Governors ef the Southern States,
it aptr.-irs, arc sorely disappointed because
(lenxral Srln.fi.-hl has decided that tbore
is no law to justify the issuo of arms to
tbo Southern militia. There is, w sup
pose, no doubt io tho mind of any one aa
to what the Southern Governors want tho
arms for. It ia to control the election
arniitiKt the will of tho neorjlc bv the on-
cration of an armed militia. The Soutu-
crn white people do not require any eeer
cioa. They are remarkably peaceable
and well behaved. In fact, they have on
several recent occasions refused to be
broucht into collision with the blacks, al
though the Radical mischief-makers tried
eutsof infantry, three battaliionsof that game at ltah-igh and elsewhere, van
ivalry and a battery of artilery. the violence of apmo of the public haran-
It is a significant tact, that tbo Leg
they suspected it to succeed amiss,
then they might desire niy undertak
ing it upon that day. Aud thia was
so certam an observation of mo, that
I feared to think of any seenlar bnsi
noss on that day, because the resolu
tion then taken would bo disappoint
ed, or unsiiceuaaful.
. "That, always, tho moro closely I eleven verses (I forget which,) which
all praise, Uioy pitied the deluded uegroea applied myself to tlio duties of the tistics mo thatl could discover them
and forgave them their insolent and ag- Lord's day, the mnro happy and snc a'80- Ood so concealed or bid tho
ore j acts. In this eourso they gave a I ccsslul were my business aud employ- treasures ot lts word, mat Julian,
noble illustration of the character we have ments of tho week following. So that ",0 apostato emperor, and other one
I . i :. . I . .1 i it f .i . I . i i ...... ....
l coma, irom tne loose or strict ou. " ul '"" i www nisuuu wun
ImirV these two months, searching for
chapters, half chapters and sentences
of the New Testameut, and have
marked down what I found and
where I found it, so tbat any person
may see and examine for himself. I
have actually discovered tho whole
New Testament, except soven or
PEACE OR WAR
Wo copy from tbo Winston Senti
nel the two following paragraphs,
and command them to the considera
tion of those who apprehend anoth.
thor war a the resnlt of the aproach-
ing Presidential election.
It may be regarded by some as an
onfortunato circumstance tbat the
great question of rulers comes op at
this timo for the decision of the peo
ple. Some are so nervously anxious
to have peace that they absolutely
fear to exercise the right of a free
man at the poll lost abould disturb
the peace; They vainly suppose that
by lotting the party in power hold on
to tho offices and do as they pic
?sL r i . . . I
who government ana people, wo
would be euro to have peace I and
some, we dare say, are even willing
to surrender all tho dear, blood
bought liberties handed down to us by
onr fathers rather than asantuo tho
the manliness of assorting their rights
at tho ballot box.
the people of the whole country !
tbst only these of the late rebel States
who are still out of the Union are enjoy
ing peaee. These that have pnssed inns
it under the reconstruction acta are expe
riences' a decree of happiness strikingly
akin to enacted during the reign of
terror in the French Revolution.
hire haa persistently refused to
pake provisions for holding elections
Sir Magistrates for the several town
pip. When thi n) done there will
f . in form, at least, some chock' on
I1 be baa to do is to commis-
I n such Magistrates a will conform
tbi wishes. Uw peetponeineut of
less and other election aIiows, bo-
a reasonable doubt, 4hat the in
titkm is to place in the hands of tho
overnor the means and the opportur
to arm and oqnip and organize
plo a military body the lladie.il pnr-
f of the State. If proof was lacking
pat iQcn is and has been the design
i the lUdicals, It is afforded in Ute
Fo call for a Grand Republican
H"J in 1 Italeigh on tho lOthScp
rmoer next, aud published in mo
vmimrd of the 17ih instant. This
plitates, among other things, that
1st "Volunteer Cumpauies loi mel.
"ether organised with officers or not
II be present without arm.
number of bands will be In atten
"la. but the delegations aad cspeci
-'jjPa volunteer companies, aro ex
'SA bring their own music, it
"wnt." This, then, i Uie roN
101 mo for the arming and erganiz
s lbs whole Radical party. W ith a
tdical volunteer force, and a Radical
'iled militia, it ts liped to keep
e whole peoplo of the StaTsi in ToF
'and to hnah their voice at the
J Verily, tbo war clond lowers
y over the land. Tbere is gronnd
apprehend strife and bloodshed.
e trumpet give forth no "nncer
' sound." The actanthonxing the
nation of volunteer companlc
wily passed on Iho I3tb August,
yet a call ia made for thow com
gues haa been toned down to moderation
of hue. and there Is an evident disposition
on the part of the South to- conduct tbo
approaching election quietly, but hrraly,
against tho Radicals. Tho people of the
South have nothing to gain by disturbing
tho pence, and thov am becinninr to un
derstand that faet. To commit acta aft
violence would be to play into tho hands
of their enemies and persecutors, and this
is tho very thine which the carpet bag
Govemora are most anxious to aeeompiisb
There mav bo an oilier reason why the
Governor are so urgent about arming tho
militia, and that ia to brine about an ear
ly meeting of Congress In September. It
seem that they have made a united ap
peal to Congress for this purpose, in order
to supply such legislation a aocrciary
Srhoiield aays does not now exist with re
gard' to arming the militia.' 1 Ms may be
a mere pretext to get Congress together,
because there Is no necessity for, an early
session, s Old Thad Stevens admitted in
his last momenta. 1 hi movement ot ino
Radical Governors at fhf South, therefore,
may be regarded aa a mere party dodge
for electioneer!!!: purposes. Tho Radi
cals, who speculated confidently upon the
support of the Southern negn.ee, may per
haps bfl pardoned ror tue present puier
disappointment at finding thing going
the other wav : but that hvob reason why
they' should bo encouragod in provoking
violence and bloodshed for party ends.
We know enough of Uadicaf policy at the
South to distrust the men when tney
raise the cry ef "wolf." It is prettr evr-
deal now that ihiMority or tbo Bourn
ern pooalstsaM HKki mean t0 '
the free expres-
m -ia i.
si. .li will snouia "
afl Bmillury force under any
K. Y. Herald.
attributed to white moo of the Uld North
State. -Norvtk Vwymkm.
A PROFANE SWEARER CC RED.
A gentleman once heard a man
swearing dreadfully, in the presence
or a. number of ins companions. The
gentleman told him that it was both a
wicked and a cowardly thine; to
swear so: especially in company
with others, when he durui naldu U
by htmself. The man boastfully re
plied that ho was notafintd to swear
at any tunc, or m any nlnco.
1 11 give you a sovereign," said
the gentlemen, "ir you will go into
tho village graveyard, at twelve
o'clock to night, and swear the same
oaths (here, when yoq are alone wiili
with Hod, a you have just uttered
"Agreed," said tho man ; it's an
easy way of earning a sovereign."
" noli: you cotao to mo to-inor
row, and say you have done it ; aud
tho money is vours."
Iho tune passed on : the fmwrof
midnight came. The man went to
Iho graveyard. It wa$ n dark niglit;
As ho euie led tho giavcyard, not
sound was heard. All was as still as
tieatn. men tne
with wonderful power. The thought
of tho wickedness of whnt ho had
been doing, and what ho had come
there to do darted across his juind
like the. Hit hie nioi's flash.
lie trembled at his TooHy. Afraid
to take ancthro Btep,, ho fell npon his
knees; and, instead of the dreadful
ol hs ho came to utter, the earnest
cry went trp, iod be motcifnt to me
Tlie next day ho went to the gens
tlenmn,and thanked him for what ho
had done; and said- he had resolved,
by bod s help, never to swear atioth
or oath a long as he lived. r -
scrvnnce of that day, tako ajust pros
ect and trno calculation of rny tem
poral suceess in the ensuing week.
.i i . i i i .-j. .
inoii-'ii my uapus n"o mina nave
been us full of secular business, both
before and since I was a Judge, as, it j
may be, any man s in knglatid, yet
I never wanted time, in my six days,
to npon and nt myself for tho busi
neas and employ monta 1 had to do ;
though 1 borrowed not one minute
from tho Lord's day, to prepare for it
study or otherwise. Hut, on tho otfi-i
er hand, if I had, at any timo, bor
rowed tiom this day any time for my
secular employments, 1 found it did
further mo less thun if 1 had let it
alouo; and therefore, when
tripato tho Gospel from tho world,
nover conld havo found it ; and
though they had, thoy never conld
have effected their destruction.''
Haldane's Memoir. I
cimcD mm iimiiL bey ute.
Col. Omcx 6th Dr. N. C, I
Salisbury Aug. ltth, 1808. f
The Revenue Law of July 20th,
1808, requires distiller of sprits to
pay a special tax of four hundred
dollar a year, two dollar per day
on stills of the capacity to diatil
twenty bushels of mash or lea, and
fifty cents on each gallon of spirits pro-
duccd. Tho special Tax to be paid
before beginning the business the
per diem Tax to be aseeaeod and paid
monthly the gallon Tax to bo paid
before the spirits aro removed from
the distillery-ware house. Distillers
are required to file tbo usual Distil
lers Bond in a sum of not lata than
$3KK, with the assessors before. thoy
Uistiflers or Urandy from fruit or
grapes are required to pay the same
taxes as tho distillers ot whisky.
Those distillors who bavo paid the
special Tax required under the old
law, mnst close their Distilleries uu-.
til the requirement of the new law
are complied with, and should they
dosiro to discontinue the business, the
money, for tbo unexpired part of the
year will be refunded to them on ap
plication to the Commiaaioner of In
Samuel LL Wilet,
Ood, camo over him
One of tho Rothschilds is said to
meditate1 buying Jerusalem.
M St. iutis harbors have resolv
ed to el.ibo their .-hops on Sunday
Tlio President has ordered tho re
lease of Tolar, Powers and Waikins,
sentenced to death by MlfTfary Com
mission at Kateign, Pi, V., for tho al
leged killing of a negro guilty of
rape, which sentence was commutod
to fiffeerf year imprisoiiiuoiit by
Qen Can by.
-Thc day after my
arrival at Vitroral, says a, tourist,
to a shoemaker's to get some repairs done,
to mv boots. There was nobody in tho
shop. The master was on the opposite
aide of .the (treat smoking hi eigsntn.
1 1 is shoulders were covered with a man
tle full of holes, and be looked like a beg-
gr, hut Spanish begptr,apcariug rath-
er prond than ashamed of his poverty
Hs nasan nrr.r to me and 1 explained my
business, i Wait a moment, Said he, and
immediately called hi wife. "How much
money is there in the poise 1" "Twelve
pircctas." (ii franc" 40 centime.)
Use of daemons. While persons arc fe
verish and thirsty beyond what l natural
indicated iu some cases by a metal I if taste
in the mouth, especially after drinking
WaTcr, orby a whitlsti SppTearmieo of the
greater part of the surface of tho tongue,
one of tho best " eoolcrs," internal or ex
ternal, is to take a lemon, cut off the top.
sprinkle over it some loaf sugar,-working
it downward into tho lemon with a spoon,
and then suck it slowly, squocsing the
lemon and adding more sugar as the acid-
somc I ity increases from being brought up from
years experience. Upon a most attCU a loss , r point. Invalids with feverishness
tivo and vigilannt observation, had may take two or three lemons a day in
given me this instruct ion, I grow per I this maimer with the most marked benefit,
oinptorily resolved never, iu this manifested by a senso of coolness, com-
kiud. to make a breach upon the rt ami invigoration. A lemon or two
Lord's day, whicii I have atiiclly ob lUM takcn at "le-tiroc," as an entire
served forth last thirty years. substuate for tho ordinary "supper" of
"This' relet ioe is most certainly fromcr, weald frra msny a man a oom-
and experimentally true, and hath '" night s shep and an awakening
been declared by mo to hundreds of t33iS&XE'. n1Wemo
ponona, as I now declare U4 you." who ,, hav'e th).ir CH o' " .
oi "relish"1 and "cuke." and berries or
Adveattng the Conscience. i he Cam- poaches and cream. Hall's Journal
acn Democrat, in an article on the suiu.-ct Health. . -
of education, makes some practical sugirr's-1
tions looking to an improvement iu the I Tobacco and Madness. If anything can
PEACE, WAS AMD LOTAI.TT.
Those three word now eoiiipoae tho
tho mam stock in trade of tlio Kadi
cal loaders; and abont the only ar
gument, it it may be "so-called,"
thoy pretend to nse. In order to un
dcrstand, and bo able to meet tbom,
it is necessary to understand precise
ly what thoy mean by tlio these
After a careful examination, of the
boat and most approved Radical au
thorities, I find Peaoe, War and
Loyalty defined a follows, via
1 cace. lull privilege for tho Rad
ical leaders to trample upon tho Con
stitution, rob the Government, plun
der and oppress the people, with ims
put. ity and without question.
War. Turning Radical leaders out
of office compelling them to dis
gorge their ill-gotten gains, bringing
t lien i I o p.re the t on its to receive
punishment for their manifold crimes
tilling all olKces with honest and
true men and restoring the. Govern
ment to the standard of our lathers,
viz: economy purity and liberty.
Loyalty is divided into throe parts, fail to get up ono soon, it is probable the
-nu irooiy Lou. oru Radicals will furnish it
j JfOBE BLOOD WANTED.
The following remarks aro applicable to
more States in the South than Georgia.
The Radical party desire blood blood
they must havo. It is the nourishment
that has kept them alive since they have
been a party and without blood they
More blood (says the Atlanta Infetti
genotr,) is n coded for Radical capital.
I hesupply famished by the killing ot Ash
burn is about exhausted. Reports ef
Democrats murdering negroes are abun
dant, bat tho names, time aad place can
not be given. A real, substantial, horrid
assassination is needed. If the Democrat
viz: 1st Jil.
Loil. Wanting offico badly.
Trooly Loil. Wanting a fat office
so badly as to be ready at any time,
to black a negroe's boots to got it
intensely Lou. Wanting an olhce.
with a big salary, and plenty of steal-
ago besides, so very much, as to bo
rcauy aim wining, at any nine, to
wash a Oarpet-l'agger or Scallawag's
feet to get it, than which no servico
eoul.I be lowor or dirtier.
:. Oonseqqently, according to tho
Radical dictionary, '. v . is not 4u
desirable to jntnotn. Noithor is li ar
so torriblo Ut honest men, nor Loyalty
so much to bo coveted among gentle
men. Now that wo really understand
what the Radical war cry means, the
people may lay aside all fears of
Ad kins, in bis remarks this morning in
tho Senate, let the cat out of the bag,
is iust what everybody knew before.
it is the first time wo have beard the
ey of the party openly avowed by one of
iu leaders, lie said : "Tits death of Re
publicans by midnight assassins would re
sult in great good to the cause. The blond
of the martyrs is the seed of tho church."
He went so far as to express willing
ness to offer himself a sacrifice, if no wor
thier subject could be found.
The question now become very perti
nent : Who killed Asbburu 1 Did he re
ceive his qidetus ut tho hands of his own
IlOW AT TIIE RADICAL CONVEN
TION. Atlanta, August 18. The Republican
celebration yesterday closed whb a torch -
in. no.uD mi .uii. a ' i ... -
When they hearaIUd. ''f"JrLn:mp0 0,1
present system of education, and renin - refrain our young men from the pernicious
mend- the suxpeusion. for while at least I habit-of tobacco-smoking and chewing, it
of eome of the "higher branches, and may ho such Warnings as arc contained in
the substitution of a new department one the reports' of their "terrible reonlts in
that shall engross a lull third' part of tho Franco. From 1813 to, IS32 the tobacco
time usually devoted to. college, studies, tax in France produced 2S,000,000 francs,
recital ions, Vo. I. I It I. a course ol ami luu.uic asylums contained 9.UUU p
daily liifltrncttna which shall especially ncuts. the tooaceo revenue has now
aim to educate tho heart and the cou-1 reached 180,000,000. while there are 44,-
science, instead of nermittiuir tho orido of 1 000 paralytic and lunatic patients in the
intellect to usurp all right aud control. I hospitals ; showing that the increase of
Add a department wiih competent, bou-1 lunacy has kopt pace with the increase of
. . . a. mm . .
est and sincere professors to aim nt onr the revenue ot teeacee. i beso statistics,
especial object, namely, to make sure of a presented by M. .lolly to tho Academy
course of sound moral instruction, thai "f Science, in connection with tho closing
shall regulate and control the passions, wo: .is of his speech, contain a frightful
prejudices and ovil propensities to ele- warning to those forming the pernicious
vate and cnnohlo. Instead of the Intel- habit of smoking, now increasing so rap-
eclual monopolising all, as is now uni- idly: "The immoderate use of tobacco,
ormly done, lot one professorship bo dc-aud i e especially of tho pipe, produces
- . ,-- ?- , .- mm , i. .1 r i. i .1 ,
voreu exclusively io --moral lui prove- i-b ui me umui unu i ui spiuu
uient, ' and see What will come of it. marrow, which causes madness
out of offico, tftc.
TWO ROADS TO PEACE.
:..l I...1.. ull..! - i .. i uunureu nogroca.
uai muuvi uuuonini' rar. war, iiiuv i ii,. m i , , i n u
may know, that it only means that f "1 " .Lll r K
ho is lerribly afraid of bciiig turned two poimcn in f7ont of
UotvU I he police were proceeding to
the fjTOard House with the prisoner, when
a mob of negroes pursued and attempted
to rescue him. The police resisted and
the negroes commenced using clubs. The
police were knocked down and the prison
er escaped. At this time some person
with the mob ef negroes gave the word to '
fired, and the negroes fired, wounding ono
of the police. 'The Are was returned by
tnc ponce, and men discharges lotlowe
In rapid sacceeaUa. One negro Was kill
ed ami, iwo wounded. The negroes then
fled, but rallied near the Guard House
and moved to attack the poliee. By thia
time tho whole police force and a large
number nf citizens arrived on the ground
prepared for the conflict. The
saw tbejf -determination to protect the law
ful authorities and rapidly dispersed. At
rthfi time apprehensions were serious at a
fall the new department by a name that
will clearly express its mnitniiuw Some
thing, for instance, like this : "The de
partment of right tcachingto do right."
.el I In-re be professors of right, who will
loach right precepts so thoroughly that
no student shall ever leave the institution
It is said there aro at least one linn
droit thousand erapo vines growing
within a circuit of ton miles of st
Josephs. Mo. Of these at least onov
quarter will bear this season. This
o siiuieiii puaii ever leave iiie iiiBiuuiiou - ... . , t. i.v .1
witlm.it hhf having 1.1. whole heart and W'" PVO ,WO ,,l,,,dred a.nd SSftjS
conscience imbued and saturated With the a,,d l,0i'nd8 or hundred 'and
daily repetition of ii, Is aksd XXtofcM ,U
prnicipfes idiatt bceome m thai stadeiU
'Then I ahau't wurk."L "fiut rant t.
twelve 'piocetas will not last for ever."
" Who hits seen t-morrow t" said hoyirn-
ing Id? back p m me
Montgomery, Aug. 20, P. M.
Ton thousand people, with trans
parencias and banners, cannon, oie..
aro hurrahing for Seymour and Blair.
Tho whole city is illuminated. x
Gov. Watts, Alcr. White, J.T. Mot
g.tn, and geveTa colored fnen, have
addressed tho vast and ciitlinsiastic
market, if uado into wine, they
would mako at least twenty-five
fhonsand'gallous, worth not less than
per gallon. -
Philadelphia, la, August 18 Noon.
" Tho establishment of Collins A Robb,
provision merchantsy was destroyed by
fire this morning, including two hundred
ms of lard, bam attd smoked Iteef,
Bullock Itrothcrs lost eight hundred saeks
ol line wo..!, ami the Mosrs. t bigh.ui lost
i lot of eottoni.. ' .
The Petersburg Express says that "two
roads to ncace have been sinrtrestcd. one
at Chicago and the ether nt New York,
one by Gen. Grant and tlio other by Gov.
People elf a glorious ancestry which of
these roads will you take ? Peace Is the
prayer of all. lieu. (Jrant road t peace
is through tbo roconstrnctmu acts of Con
gress. Hut this road lias been tried. In
every State where ibis system has been
acquiesced in we discover the premonito
ry symptoms of a volcanic eruption. Ten
nessee lives amid the smothered flames of
civil war. Louisiana sends an officer to
Washington for federal aid to fupuress
"domestic violeuco" while a radical mob
possessed the streets of New Oiluans. Ia
onr own State a law has jut t passed by
her bMS Legislature to put a force of
six thousand niu iu tlio field under the
control and at ,hc w'" W W- oldeu,
who asked and imulored tho Legislature
to give him still aluvier foret ono upon
which he could rely with certainty lor car-
rviu the Prceidenlial election iu the fall
for Crant and t'otfax. Upou the floors of I this i not vrry do re like
Congress, through representative liewocse,
an immense snpply of arms and munitions
of war haa been asked for North Carolina
as the only saeans of sustaining radical
rulo in toe State. Elites from Georgia,
Florida and- South Carolina repeat the
aaas aad story that come afloat through
the presses of those depopulated aad op
pressed States, of anarchy, strife, aad eon-
fusion. Ob ! let us have peace I
The Sevmour road to Keaco Doiuta to
the old well -bealeu channels of the gov
ernment administered according to the
Constitution and laws established by oar
fathers. This plan, the peoplo tired and
sick of the reconstruction road, have de
termined to follow after March the tth,
1SCV In the iuurval it may be Well for
ASHABLE Dove. We are informed that
Owen Dove, a colored stevedore. In the eea-
ploy of Messrs. Worth k Daniel,
to remark, yesterday, that he would s '
..fthe tirst to slap aa axe iato the d d col
ored Deiiiocratie elub room, and to go in and
murder the members- It strikes us Ilka
What sav our
euy auinoriuos i n ummgmm oaar.
The Raleigh S,-ntiel says that a. leading
negro Radical d-clared on the streets, a day
or two since, that "if Seymour and Blair
were elected, the colored men of the South
tohM not nubmit to it." This man was bat
tt. rinc ioeeudiary htuguage. pot Into his
mouth by whit renegades. They threaten
aud eefoiutiuu if the nvmde of theNurttv
decide that the Constitution shall be restored.
Let A'orMcrn Juenhnt make a note of thia.
A late North Carolina paper notes the fact
that the steamer Terry, from New York, had
just landed at Wilmington a aamhar of saa-
f iciuaa toekiug boxes marked " Sharp's ear
Are tli. s- forJMoen's Uil lambs f
And what hs- Iho worth ,of a asliastls
Wiorh ran only Ik upheld bj .
caanoa ' A'car Tori. fTorM.