SALISBURY, N. O, SEPTEMBER 25, 1868.
VOL. I, NO. 38
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an srea ia y dreams I know
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It suaabtut, whu the wkad ar low,
T. osto tk4i veira
i know it by th hyacinth
Wklck mm- bagm to Uaw,
aa mm; mm HHSgily sweat
and iiuaiaiaajaty hrr.
lad softer kaVab.
And heller m tbe twilight data.
carried on as an extensive and Im formidable competitor in this as
port tut branch of enterprise, there i which poind to one greet grave eon
are thousands of onr farmer who dis- taining thirty thousand corpses. This
iiuea moir apple ana peacn crop to earthquake will be uiemorable in
an extent at least to meet their an history.
gent n so ssi I ties. Frequently, when
other crops failed, an amount was re
alised from their orchards to furnish
subsistence) for their families. Pro
bably in no State in the Union was
there more genoial distillation of
fruit, and so many small dietilleiies
for grain. At one Ml sweet) is this
entire business destroyed. Illicit dis
filiation may take placu, bat honest
men are deprived of this weans of
litis is all done in the intern! of
be "whiskey ring." Mr. 8henck.
the Chairman of the Committee of
Ways and Means, through whose in
strumentality this tax was imposed.
(represents a d tst rie 1 1 n w h i ch are some
ot the largest distilleries lullieUni
td 8tates. A tax of four hundred
dollars is nothing for them to nav.
These large establishments found that
distillation by the fanners was inter
faring with their business, and they
doM red it to be stooDed. For the
benefit of those wealthy manufactur
ers, therefore, tlie income of tuott
suds of poor and industrious farmers
must be injured.
8uchis Radicalism- Wil. Journal.
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wf riMsl sw wmw BmmmsWIImt MmWfmmm
This is a time for sober, seriona,
earnest thonght, and those who do
not think now, and think right
that, need never think hereafter.
THE RECORD OF A CARPET-BAG Fur tb. WawkaaM A OU Nortb 8baM.
STATESMAN. I RaLKioa, Sept 17, IMS.
Captain J. T. Dew as was the son of MtUrt. miert.-Yov readers will
a gsalloawii whs dkd at Van Baran, Ark., donbilM be fnlersstaw te kaew the fitct$ Mj
whoa J. T. was eight or tea years old. Mgard to Ike aaeb talked of Radical Maas
Hb Mother rstarned to Indiana, and the Mestiag kcra yesterday. Being
lad was eroegnt ap partly In that
rV gardusra sad fcf Muka
I tba aaooea iu Uw iky.
by tba bmk ;
i haar UKM on tba eiw
Tka takaoSls' ' '
na to aw.
i ad Una. 1 1
Fpm wsrtasa at aaMriag wnjga
Tliat wttl not ao M) reoti
i of Iragraaes apkl alar.
lofawn. , ,
Aad aUrar baglM la tk wtod.
TMarnataf a (hMa!
I kntw tt brSkakjariatka
Whick sow bagia te .
That Wtabavou iu ley bed.
ioaaail. aaawari a. .
And nana will ssate. wttk Bacon eanV.
Ud by Iks Isswldag hsart,
Tb Waaaadaagtitar of tba Baa,
We are in receipt of seMsroes letter from
oar MbAriber. malrroc xkwtry m to the
mount of 1 (lieaoarl Ux which the re-
nt act of CaarsM knpoat upon dulMSW ef
orsmiy Irmn SOMas saa pneoaa. "
ooa aae wtL Mat tbe taw, m interpret-
eilbytbe Internal lereooe Boreaa, SMkas
nodtehn. no baMaeau iierMeni from fruit sad
datiller from pain, aa to tbo take to he paid.
TO ' ' ...mil Mm Hi. U lunM LHF
Pmm the tUekawiwl Whig.
THE GREAT EARTIIQU ACE.
There baa net beuu jranrs been
so terrible and deatructiso an earth
quake a that which recently occurred
along the ooast of South America,
from Bolivia to the son them porta ot
j St ll IfW s S e Si 'a a a
jiiiii. im saa tale is tnns trru-n v
told: Thrty-odd thousand human
beings killed and three hundred mi
lions dollars worth of propertr dee
stroyed. a United States vewel, the
Fredoma, struck by a tidal wave and
crushed to atoms, nil her crew lust
and one million eight hundred Ihoiis
and dollars of naval stores destroyed
doaen towns in ruins the stench
of the drad sneh as to drive eft the
living. 8nch is the melancholy story
Central America and Chili and Peru
are pre-eminently volcanic districts,
snd greatly euhjeot to intestiuo con
Ths most memorable of the earlv
earthquakes was that of the year 68
which resulted in the desti notiou ot
Horculanenm and Pompeii, and
whieh was Sixteen rears previous to
the time when those eities were bun
ed in the ashes of Vesuvius. In the
year 115. the eity of Antioch, in
Syria, was amotT destroyed. In 458
it u a again visited by an earthquake
and iu 526 occurred the most disaa
true one of whieh any record has
been preserved. Gibb-n states that
25J,(RK) peraoOS an said have per-
ihed, the titttUttadee belougtug to i he
city being greatly swelled by a con-
tlnx of atrangers attending the feetit
val of the Ascension.
The great earthquake of Lisbon.
which commenced" on the lstXovem
bar, 1783, threw down the prtncipnl
nortion of tJie citv. and sixty thous
and nenott are said- to inn e iierit.li
edin I be short nee of six minuter).
The sea retired, leaving the bar dry,
and returned in a great wave fifty
or mere leet high. Mountains
seara aaasnlswd and rent, and went
thrown in fragmcnte into the vaU
levs below. The shock was felt in
ConimiMioosr of iMomal BeVennr, with thai
aeproeal ut ibe Sseroisry of the Trrtaury, u ,h Alps and (W the coast of 8we ten
SfyTpfJ ' Hie etJeets wero viiblo in Germany,
trwaotetaAWMto US auraKrrrr ut fr
'' aa be . MM sttMibeut ; but ii the
ilbWlllilr Uaaka, fi'c him oo autiiorily
"vim antraer or taxation.
ThUw,fifHiM, MaenaU to a upprv
'iou of aS iagitiiiwte diatiilatlon of brandy
from Sfyhs sod sosntie, and wtH ea.uwahaM
of Biibou ofMVHiae. It baa hero fur jr-
emuoua liWMSMM m tb Suuthern,
M of tk Nottbem Jksles. for farm.-ra to
distil ilia Iruii i4 iMinaWn arehofda. TU wi
ImtWmWSr.rir ondV toSpSrary
"aciea unwejnSMra; sw in a.-rtr piu
lu of sack at ill was about tea or nftetn bsr
r ef brandy in s season. In many -in fret,
w mow ioatancee the fond reeJie.l nu the
la of (ha brandy were ahaolutaly prceeaary
tossaote the roft farmer W sk out a SoSnty
MSneUuo for their famthel. Tlnir wealth
in tbeir oreksid, planted by their
aad caki rated wuu a view to lm
the fiaw. Inlaet.owinatoUied'M"
market and the bind of trail rakwd, the
wsy of dwirtoir any beeSflt Irow the
toAsrds wm byMUMaf lh fruit.
Tina lefkSatKM of Cungrea ha auppreeaed
thu branch of mduatfy lor no farmer can
WAarsaMadaaAw forth prraihsw ot
"'ttrnw bt. tea or twenty mttw m
the hikes of Scotland, the distant wa
tors of Lakn Ontario, and even along
the coast of Massachusetts.
It iii estimated that from twenty to
forty thousand human beings fell vic
tims to the earthquake In the kiudotn
of Naples ift 1837. Numerous cities
wero reduced to heaps of ruins. Ao
"Jaaribqimke in Mxtco,tn lIMS.des
rjtsoyed many houses and much other
valuable proi.ertv. In 1850 the city
of Quito, in Kqnador, was almost tie
strayed by ono of those loail'nl vlsita
ti,6n, and nianv lives were hist.
The earthquake of New Madrid,
below fit. Louis, on the Mississippi,
in 1811, is the most remarkable that
I uu occur ud in this country of which
we have any record. lh' ground
Over an i
i successive months.
iree unuureu mues
l throwing up mnd
of the trees,
led tho sank
city of Caracas
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mm. aw am. Jtmm avj'1.
K. jjJH ear. that
VB MGnd of St.
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noint iu grim tri-
of human ho
hv round a
there ever was a time when onr conn
try required every man to do h dm
tv, that time i, now, right now. Fni
you rote f It yon do begin to think,
think for yourself, think for jour
Country, think fot your oitsprtng.
and whan you are done thinking vote
and vote right, tor principle not
Have yon been a Whig! If yon
have, that is the very reason why you
ahoald rota the Democratic ticket.
Why t Because your party perished
in that terrible ordeal through which
we have pawed, aad the only Wlii
principles worth preserving are era
bodied in the Now York plattorm.
Are you for peace f If you have been
a Whig then 1 know yon are. If you
are for peace vote the Democratic
ticket. Why f Where are yonr lea I-
eraf Where ia Millard Pilmore!
Supporting Seymour. Where ja John
Uelif supporting scymour. wnere
is Gov. Ewing of Ohio, the man ou
whom it has been said, fell the man
tie of Clay ? Supporting Seymour,
and lie telle us. ho is supporting Sey
mour to urco- tU sw, not to bring
one. Wlieioislhe gifted statesman
of this good old Commonwealth,
Graham! Supporting Seymour.
Follow yoar leaders, they utter no
uncertain sound. These men never
deceived you iu days gone by they
will not do so now. l'lieir motives
are pure and tbeir patriotism is un
But it is said by the Repaid can
party if you vote for Seymour, you
vote for war. Do you I Let us see
about that. Suppose Grant is elect
ed (which he won t be.) who is to
make war? Aot the IJemcratic party,
they don't propose to do any such
thing. Not tba people of the South
they cannot if ihey wanted to, they
are too poor; they have no money ;
they have no arms, fur the Govern
ment has disarmed them, and carried
the public arms out of the Southern
Slates ; so if they wanted to nisku
war they could not. -1 -v
Suppose Seymour is elected (and
he will be i who is to make wart
Nobody bat tbo Jievublican party
and what for t Because thay are beat
en! That and that alone, will be tbo
onlv reason, and if we have war H
will be their own making and theirs
I UP I I -JT I.
mono, n uon yon near a man auiuuig
Hlair and crying "war," wateh him.
lie Is in the Radical camp. Blair
and war are the watchwords of the
Republican party and ltd who wears
the badge must belong to the fold.
lhera will be no war. i lie people
are not in favor ot i earson s or
'Lawyer Hoyden's" war : and "Law
yer Hoyden" will realise on the 3d of
.o em her next, that the people of
Irs Diati ict are not to be alarmed by
the war war whoop, nor driven into
the Republican camp by the most
igorous application ot his indepen
dent, repuMu an tomahawk. Pollt
cally apeaking, he will begallteredto
lite "garueu of me sininoeiers, ana
he who paten by Hie political grav-
attl heicai.fr, Will behold no mat hie
shaft over his radical dust, tor tba
.. . - ; . . ..
Will rarveaot a line, nor ism not intone
Unt leave htm aloaetn Me poo J.
lheie i!l be no war! wmgrees
reconstructed the Southern Stales
Ulinw.do of the Constitution" accord
tug to 1 haddens Stevens; and t tie
people of the North intend td elect
Gov. .Say in m, "euisid7 . jbfjhjLJOL
constructed States 0,tlm South, and
settle this question for ail time. Hat
suppose the Southern States vote for
Sey mo T which many of them will
do is i hui any cause lor war. Will
Ihov not do -so under the very pro
gramme marked out by the Radical
party ! Can they then object to it I
There will be no war! Nobody
wants war. Everybody wants peace,
profound, lasting, ponHnntd peaee
that peace which always follows war
that peace where every j man sits
under Uii own vine and tig tree, aad
-The Merry sg of peas
To all hi neighbor."
Stand firm. Don't assist In tbe
burial of Freedom. If the G.nlde
of Liberty is to be crucified, let those
who have laid nntioty nanus upon
her become her executioner. Reg
Y',.in V.iIa for Shohor : Vote
for Seymour VotU hr CotnTirrttionai
" . I units, '
Liberty and Jw. n uiu,
and partly hi this eity. Oossksg of age
just oassto UW ootbreak of the war he went
to Van Ihin n, Ark., and there old the ne-
I froe be inherited from hi father. lie
Wned an Indiana regMaeatdariag the war.
11 1 I wo year ago be waa in this city a abort
iu this eity so baeine, I took seats pain
to observe tbti wliule a AT dr, and propoae to
gfva you s very brief, candid, aud uuvar-
A prominent Radical politician of tbie
.State, in eenvereatiou with M last uigbt,
insisted 'hat there were unt wore than
three thnnsand prraons present from abroad.
I think there were a boat fire thoaMnd,
nearly one fourth of whom, ho wever," were
from this county, t If while pereou then
were by ao mosua More than three hun
dred, nearly. all of iImm, eseept a few
ri.x.1. rk T ii i. coun y men ot VYake, being Uadieal or
Iko tToaole and th. oTlrJi,.,ti. i. 'e-holders. It wm almost exclulrely,
j , . 1 f - -. m
time and professed to be a strong Andy
Johns. in man. He ia now representing a
N'orth Carolina DIatrlet m Congress. Tka
InHian spoil Sentinel gives the particulars
of his history as follows t
l .. W. IWWMIWIIK M 1 m . , ,
. ... i " . b... laretnre, a negro aemonsiraitnn. i in
.' . . 7 e I M...,. .Im.
North Uarollna. Ite is a lit represents
I tive of tbe class. He hid to got oat of
tb 24th Indians, in which he was a lieu
tenant, on a r count of some money dillieul
tie, tbe "boys" charging that he had rath
er loose Mess of areuaa sad hmw. He then
joined the Fourth Indiana Cavalry ike
seventy seventh regiment snd wss Cap
tain or nmpany K. He left tbe
egro clamant so completely predomina
ted that the other wa practically Invisi
ble ; aad the Win m took no part in the
processions except as Marshall and Or
derlie. oa borMbaek. The Uadieal Speak
kcr of the Ilouae, a carpel-bag Judgo ol
Superior Court, a ditto M. C.,aud vari ma
other of leaser note, nearly all being ear-
i pet-baggers, mounted on slced of aa in-
Bntte variety or mettle, dashed, ambled or
Par tka Watchman OM r Mato
Bkitiw Foao, N. C,
Sept. 17, ISM
Mem. Hitter. ; Oa Wednesday last,
the leta last., UM Independent candidate
for Congrea. N. Hoyden, Esq., appeared
at Heautiee Ford, in Lincoln county, to
address the people He was met by Col.
J F. Hoke, of Lineoluton. Mr. Hnv.h n
led off in s speech of two hoars. Ha wss
no radical did not approve of notch of
radicalism. He had alway been for re-
construction measures of Congies had
never seen ny resolution of the Conserva
tive party opposing theirconilitutionallty ;
that the (termnnr men wete for war, be
cause their convention at Near York said
reoouetmitinn waa unconstitutional : that
nv ' i tosMa I
. i . jTT 7J1. l . , ' hobbled down the streets, mustering thefr
ok I ' - 't 1 1 CTI VII H-OIM O . Ufl WC MWI MUf, W L1 , . , , . Ill
. i uri.ii. u. i .iT , sable cohort with the sir of men who felt
" ' aire .7 mwrnm WW min , .
he caotured. or as the bors of hi. mm. "W "T'1111' .,uo",,
ny says, "ntouatm, two or three horses,
which he sent to Indiana, and bad pastur-
mIm i farm, belonging to hi father-in-
law, two miles and a half trow KvansTtlh.
One of these horses waa a race-horse, dark
cbevtnut sorrel, whick was captured at
Lebanon J uneiion, Kentucky ; lbs other
was a fast pacing pony, clay-bank, which
was "cHptored" out of a man's pasture,
back of Sheplierdevilte, Kentucky. It
was lbs daty of Captain Dswsw In have
turned those banes aver to lb Hrigml
Quartermaster for lh Government, but
Ueweeae knew a Pick worth two of that !
We would like to know of the Captain
what ha did with thee boras, sad wheth
er Im has got wet of the tepeosy yes, and
what kind or leprosy it wa, for tbe "boys"
tell strange stories, "and will isdulge hi
hearty laughs about it" an feeling wretch
es aa they are 1
After leaving Pike county, the Captain
engaged id business ben, fatted hi a short
time, took the benefit of the bankrupt act,
and swindled his creditor as it Is alleged.
He wa nest beard of in business hi Vicks-
barg, Mississippi, where he sgain failed,
again took' tbe bankrupt law, and ain ag
swindled hie creditor, a it ' wa alleged.
The war being over, and hi leprosy cur
ed, the Captain by some hocus poeus, pro
cured a commission in the regular army,
was send to North Carolina, and the next
beard of him, lo ! and behold he took his
eat in the House of Representative as a
member of Congress.
And of such are the, carpet-bag mem
ber from tbe Southern State ander negro
rulet Louwvillo Courier.
partial spectator thought them supremely
ridiculous. Drums, fifes, braes instru
ments (vvty diacordanily piped,) banners,
and device, were plentiful, and tolerably
well suited to tirkla the fancy of the
grown-up colored children who split tb
mud faud their own throats) marching
.behind them. The rain aud perspiration
made the street rather sloppy, but noth
ing eoald disturb the precision with which
tb flock of colored (heep followed tbeir
file leader through it all, evidently im
pressed profoundly with the transcend ant
importance of dodging no mudltoles. tlAj
I waa naexocetedlr nrevented from
healing any of tbo speech, having desir
ed very touch to bear at least Gov. Haw
ley, and to watch hi demeanor ander the
visible exemplification which was present
ed to him that the Radical party in the
South i essentially a Negro party only.
I learn that hi speech was unite tame,
and from the portion published this morn
ing in the Standard, it certainly wa to.
l'he irrepressible noise snd chatter of the
African aseem hinge, who. were thinking of
the Barbecue and not of speeches, render
ed it impossible to hear what the speak
er said, so I am informed.
The Barbecue I know nothing about.
It was probably supplied bountifully with
provisions. It certainly onght to have
been so to satisfy tbe appetites of lbs
crowd, many of whom no doubt fas.ed all j
the other part of the time, they remained
deu) would no: discuss tbo question of
taxation. He denied that the five-twenty
bond could he legally paid off in curren
cy, aad atontteL!fct be had voteJUMie
funding bill of last Congress ; that it on
ly object waa to reduce tk interest on the
debt, and denied that the State could tax
these bond. He read from tbe ease of
Lather r. Borden, and said that the urea
eht aoustitatioa wa a fixed fict by that
d cession snd could not be get rid of ex
cept by the people of tbe State them
selves. Hoke replied in a speech of two hour,
and told Boyden thai he had placed him
self on lb radical platform by going for
Grant aad ha bad to carry the whole load ;
that he could not take what salted him
twenty thousand aswtatars, we have heasd
It estimated, by earafll person, a high as
twenty -five thousand, who were either dis -
rVanehied by the Reconstruction Acts ef
, ander the Jbrwa law. or by
ignorant aad con not registrar, without
the color of authority, who bare now the
right to vote, Tkws embrace the most
opular and influential citlaen of the
ute. Four-JLtVu ot these person will
vote for Seymour and Blair, aad ae their
powerful influence ia ths sane direction.
With these calculations ws are willing
to rest ear ease, with merely a bar refer
ence to the fact thst tbe erection being but
nedmn, there wiii be hat mm wirdefciba
opportunity afforded at tbe last slesthm
of voting negroes in several eewatJes. The
i .-von - ii iicifoo ww iiwiivhiuuvimj , um . ,
Frank Blair wa. for war; that ky, (Boy- Iff Cns)if 1M
the saae day will be aa advantage to tba
Democrats of both States.
From tins date our people must baeon-
vineed that it is sn easy matter to carry
North Carolina for Seymour and Blair.
The thirty thousand voter hi reserve,
who alone held a balance of power, must
be called into service. Vacuo ideas of
confiscation must no Ion get haunt them,
and being In the Union they must exer
cise the moat, important privilege of its
cilisens, the selection of iu Chief Magis
trate. Tbe lately disfranchised mast lake
advantage of their newly acquired power,
and by tbeir votes condemn the men aad
party that used their property tk support
the Government and refused them a pan
in it administration that taxed tbem to
m.i or voiiiu no uikc wiiai puiioi uim .
and drop tbe rest ; that be h.d changed 0T,M. Ute.' d""
front-bad mn on the CnnMrra.S-. .bu- io be adoption of ite fundamental
form butt Spring agtin.t Cowl ; that both ; UV' ' l" W J '.,
Constitution of the United State, and
that in Milllgan a case the Supreme Court
of tbe United States had held that the ex
ercise of force by Congress not granted
by tb Constitution of tbe t inted Slates
wa arbitrary and tbe acta done under
such power were null and void, and that
here. In addition to the large amount of therefore the recoutrncti.u act of Coa-
Convcntions, that at StatesviUe and that
at Baleigh bad taken grounds against tbe
Constitutionality of the reconstruction act
and if ho (Hoyden) did wet know the fast
it wa hi own fault. He must have shut
both eye and ears, as tbeir platform wa
discussed by every body. Thst r rank
Blair waa not for war ; that he wa wil
ling lo submit that question to tbe Su-
Creme Court and abide tbeir decision ; that
r. Boyden had put himself on tbe seces
sion platform because be acknowledged in
hi argument that the S'ate wss out of the
Union, otherwise that Congress hsd no
rig.. ... o . uo.no mm ; ." - , :J ui.u "j 1 lol Ut. kJ
State snd Admitted in 1789, and that the , ,-,
aunreme Conrt h-rl held that wo never U,hnB. M,to " "Vering her
got out o( the Unfon. lur the ordinance of
i., ... i.. .in ...
mmwH, uii. were iiiny in itwiiiiihi i . .
atrainst tbe law. of the aneernment : that .ber ,,,W LW" k?"ike
Lna U..K a ..a V-...1. i 1 II..-
uif otiiiii-iuc Virur t tffrt) v aniiii imu i p i 11 1,1
hM that th. f f!.M. perftM:.,ydeveloped,ttoa
tructiou) had no warrant tor them iu the
rulers. We can aad wa must carry North
Carolina for lb party of peace, of liberty,
ef tbe Conatitatioo for Seymour and
A Li ring Child without a Bead In
the vicinity of Spoon river in Illinois, I a
child which waa born snd has lived five
years without a bead. Mr. , the
mother, is a widow of a soldier, formerly
living in Marshall county, who en lilted ia
the Sixty-fifth or Scotch regiment, aad
was killed at the battle of Devingtoa, Mo.
She was standing beside ber husband dar
ing the engagement, when a cannon ball
wttk blood. Th shock affected bar wrent-
ly, and when, in seven months afterwards.
raa not the sem
blance of a head about it. l'he limbs were
New York Good Jar 70,000 Democratic
Majority. Fernando Wood has resigned
hi leadership; Mile O'fieUly is dead;
Judge Connolly tuts gone back to anov m fire.woriu night were abno,
many Hall ; there i Is not even one able honjcn , VMje2 M fcy. eu
captain now in the field against the bravest J on ,ucU occion,. The demonstration at
ot the wigwam. hat tollow T v ny .i w ,,. -.ii
money said to have been contributed by
(Sen little field and others, seven pig
were contributed by one Conservative
gentlemen, and forty chickens by anoth
er, the thoughtful recipients not even
troubling these two gentlemen so much as
to waken litem out of their sleep
they came for their eonri iSwrtons .'
the ultimate return of all the wanderers to
1 be fold of 1 he father. It is not
up, in my
minima aa that nf the ( .onaervati ve meet.
likely . in o anno, limn m-a Tlie Mliitjil. however.
hat men wUl spring up to lead them i( WM bmifully ilUminated snd presented
in-. uirr ic BooiB. . -4'"-. a handsome spectacle. Most ot the citi
cotopauies, and perhaps In regiments, they , reiid,.cc were dark. H undreds o
will ommately go hack to the 1 ammany cooredkufir thronged the street and pub
eamp, renew their sllegiaues to the 8aeh-.1 a, -.M i iu f ihe rhiu Uidie. who
..... A llamufjiMli HH f mm IT..U... ...
, o., ..,,0 iijnoiioiu.. ,.,, .... ou, OB tbQ KCUI0 ot tue (jouserva
I tiey namaer, all told, some nny tnous-, -,.:. iu, m.i. woro all invisible
and voters. I ammany 's regular force I j .(lt (),,,
but aixiymouwnit- Wwuttte anp1 were of course tickled
ber of Democratic votes regMtered In tbt. , . . n-ji,,- m0A m-HCrHl varauhu-
gross ahd the reorganisation of the tsle
under them were of no fores. He discus
sed the financial question ia all iu bearings
pointed out the extravagancies snd cor,
ruption of the radical party In Congress
and ibe State le" islature. - He commented
ben upon the dangerous and illegal course of
' Mot. Hotden in organizing the special mil
it ia of the Ptatc in defiance of the laws ef
Mr. Boyden replied shortly depreca
ted Hohten acts deprecated these ex
travagnnces ; that be had never voted for
them: be was only a candidate for Con
cress, lie dodged the whole question of
-finance, and would not argue it because
HI nr said it was a- small issue and admit
ted thai Blair had explained his letter as
to what be did mean, sVc B.
city last year wa perhaps one hundred
thousand, l'he number registered this
year will probably be one hundred thous
and. The facilities for "receiving vote
have beeu iuciaaed, so that one hundred
thousand Democratic Votes will probably
lie polled. All these will be cast for Sey-
mour aad lllatr, of oonroe, and the ticket
about t be nominated in Albany. The
Kadicals will not be able to poll over thir
ty thousand so tbe Ilcuiocrulic ticket will
have New York eity with a majority of
seven! y thousand and if the rural Radicals
attempt to overcame t, may the Lrd
have mercy ou their sotusl Lor. Boston
nalia, and maintained uniform good hu
mor throughout. The While cilisens were
careful t give no occasion for disturbance
or ill feeling : and so, to the satisfaction
of all good men, this remarkable' exhibi
tion of Africanism arraying and orgnniz
iug itself to perpetuate tbe rule ovt white
North Carolina, came, to It termination
without any ' sennas disorder or disturb
ance of tbe public peace.
Thus 1 have given you the main points
concerning ibis Radical demonstration.
It was e.-si nti illy a failure. It .Will do
mtn. r wa thine to iimrsaa the boo 04
enthusiasm of that party in the State. If
the men of the West could only have
Baltimore, Sept. 17, P. M. Conieder-
ate Ck.nel, II. M. Buckley, ef Fmcaatls,
Virginia, committed aalrtaV by asing mor
phine, after loalng thousand dollars at
AH Gt.O Skttleb. A box tnrtlu was "H'T wouto al onceuouuee iwu-
picked up on the (arm of Mr. t hauneey um.nin ou. mere was a gr
Iymmis, 6t Blootafield, a day or two wnee, I ietake made by U. in bavingj Jeh ga
which ha bad quite remarkable tU.I1.'
On tbe shell are two name, and date.-W.Tfw 10 , "5i lwme ""U TT
It ITa.l a..d II fi. 1817. The former " u u1 "e"a '"' " " " . V
is the name of Mr. Jacob Lot
ximie the ' to you, t hrrofore, Cry ahrad, oh I WscIs-h
cnth raan. ' mnni bu span? not. The heart of Rath
years of ' calisni jn North Carolina is growing faint.
From tbe Wilmington Journal.
THE PBOSPECT IN N CAROLINA.
Wc are satisfied that the vote of North
Carolina is of vast importance iu tbe pend
ing Presidential election We should not
bo surprised if the nine votes of t his State
decide that election. We have never felt
that more depended upon an election in
North Carolina than in November next
Tbe battle-ground of the contest i in tbe
North western Mates. I he Radicals, in
figuring the success of their -tieketj claim
lae entire voltrot the South for Grant and
Colfax, with possibly a doubt in t.tvor of
Georgia. W bat is, then, the prospect of
carrying this Mate for Seymour and Blair?
IV : i L. . uilLt. mmmmx mam Wmmm
shoulder where tbe bead and neck should
be, smoothly rounded off.
1 But the most surprising thing of all is
that tbe face Is situated in the breast. Of
course, there being no neck, the power of
turning its bead fat wanting, bat this diffi
culty is overcome by ths singular inanity
it possesses of turning Us eyes ia their
sockets, enabling it to see quite as welj
ou either side as those more perfectly
From Alabama The Ijegidatvr.
Montgomery, Sept 18, P. M. Tbe
Legislature did nothing today. Bout
House adjourned early, and the Republi
cans went into a secret caucus to decide
what course to pursue on tbe registration
A large number ol tbem are opposed to
registration and desire to have no election
father of the above mentioned gentle
II.. . . L. J-,. wku mmmmmtm vn.r.
Ill- m ,MJ IHiro w nvu .... - . - , .
.... . . ' .1. unit ila fo-i. mnrn fttclutrmV
am i at niiutr la air. narrr t-ornisn. - : -j
n - - ----- -m ...
also of BloomhVId Mr lsomis hiuis this
same turtle one in every two or three
t ear. The last tinkS WM about 18G6. I
Then be baOngbt him into the Courant
mi . .11.
otpce, aad a none was ssaaa oi an great
age. A Mr. Loomi was returning home,
he lost the tattle from his wagon in "the
waattri. part of ths eity, and although
seaich was made bo could not be found,
and it wa (apposed that hb) turtle chip
would never be seen again. A few days
since, aad lo I he tarn ap en the old spot
in Rhtomfield. This i certainly a moat
ataikiuat caae of animal iaatiact.
lance to be passed over was four mire,
aiwi ! stream witb high banks bt.
What guided the animal in pa
multurtl U therefore Mventy five years f Irish Uorner, id tuts county, it ran
How aiueb older than that no one can be seen ai tuiaomco iffi.
tKj Hartford Oonrwt, d.enUnS.
all candor, I My to tbe Conservative and
Democrai Ot tbe btate, llally boiuiy and
hopefully to tho charge ; far we can aud
will, if wo work, discomfit our opponents
in North Carolina. this November!
Very truly yours,
A Offttrosrrr Miss Annie Peters,
who lives near this place, lias placed
in odr bauds an ear of corn, which
resembles the left hand of a man 1 It
, J. : is alumst perfect in shape, the thumb
The die-, . - L . ,. ,' I mm A ,i..
inmi irrg1" ww uuuwu, v
wrist has tbe SDnearance ot nature
itself. It was uroduced on the farm
" a as V .a . I S a. U
ibis disuncef The known sge of mr. ixiwis oytwiiieriiaer, ...
llbAttt ftlljr1 la9iwCtlAlt AMwQtf.w414 rV l
ern white voters, or .Eastern colored vo
ters, ws believe the prospect for Demo
cratic success is very good in North Car
olina. I he Radical majority at the test
lection was 19.069, (we quote from the
official returns in i he nlfiee of Gen. Can
by.) in a tnbd of 107,099 vote. There
were 89,774 registered voters who did not
mtie. To what party did these person
belong, and what was ibe cause of their
non-action 1 So far as this section of tbe
State is concerned, by mean of certificate
votiug more negroes voted than there were
names registered, and we believe that, to
oiue extent, the aante is tea at other por
tions ef the Blare. We are satisfied that
twenty thousand and upward of those
who remained at tbe noil were white
Coiiervative and Democrats. Tbe chief
owr which operated upon them waa an
undefined, but controlling, fear of some
ham te person or property to result from
a defeat of the Constitution, and also a
belief that wehould first "get into tbe
Union" snd then protect ourselves from
Radical misrule. This last reason eaased
to vote for th CouaiitatBia who
reallv opposed to its ratification.
Thi reserved form of thirty thoussnd vo
ters we believe te be very largely Demo
cratic, and it (all strength will be called
e at ja November.
Then, again, there will be eijkieen or
From Georyiar-The Legislature, &c.
Atlanta, Sept 17, P. M Tbe Senate
took up the message of the Governor, re
garding the action of die Senate declar
ing the seat of colored members Tansal
The Governor protest against the ac
tion of the Senate, aa unconstitutional aud
in opposition to the spirit of the Conven
tion which formed the State Constitution
under the reconstruction acts, churning
that electors are judges of the qualifica
tions of persons elected te rearm ut them
assuming that if all male inhabitants ail
tbe State bad a free voice and place ia the
State government tbe majority would
keep it in hrmony with the National ad
ministration ; and where all enjoyed equal
civil political right, there coald be ne
just cause for dissatisfaction.
The itense passed, by a rote of jo j to
19, a substitute to the Jury Bill, whieh
places Grand ami Petit Juries on the same
iootinl. It pennite none in
and upright person to alt on in
excludes negroes from the jery boa.
Washington, Sept 17, P. M An an
fficiat statemeut of Bro wnfo w' proclama
tion, regarding the militia of TenuMsee, is
published. It is merely preliminary, and
. . m m .a
urge the tormauoa aaa enroument ot
companies, so aa to rmpad promptly to
hi call. He desires to draw th haJk of
the militia from East Tennessee Thus,
it is uggeted, having a sectional, as well
as a pirtbmn militia.
1 be doubt ot a auorum, aa aonday,
The ase ef whiskey stamps I SMMliams
on the nd of November. Oa tobacco,
snuff and cigars tbe SN.
General Haines ba ma oaiered to -ta-
ty a Ciuei CommiMary of tbe Depart
ment ef the Bomb. Commodore Green
has been ordered to tbe command of tb
Pensaoola Navy Yard.
Tfcn par im flaslimtnA t fliMMiTilla
Ten ncee, report that he can not prevent
fruit diaulbubn without military aid
Seizures are sometime pre muted by fores,
lie call for forty men.
He bench think there wflj ha a norma