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Tuesday Morning, -October 24, 1865
We present our readers this morning
with a larger sheut than usual, ind shall
continue to, keep it at its present size.
We do not desiro to write a longthy ar.
ticle upon the merits of our paper, but
hcave it to speak for itself. Those who
think ft worthy of their patronage, we
shall )e( ple.ased to wait. upon.
We compile, as far as heardfrom, the
result of the election throughout oir
State for Governor, Lieutenaut-G over.
nor, State Senator, avd members of tht
House of Repr.esenta-tivcs
(Goveirnor.-Orr, 344 ; I lampton 28.
Lt. Governor.-Porter, 349.
Setnator-E. J. Alhur 401.
R~presentatives. Wallace, 379; Tal
lev, 356 ; '3ach mUian, 280 ; Scott, 29;
Geiger, 266 ; Kinsler, 252 ; Baskin, 183;
Total number of votes polled in the
Governor-Jas. Lj. Orr, 280 ; Xad
Lieutenat Governor.-Wrn. D. Por.
ter (witiot. opposition,) 1,377.
Senate-Heury Buist and W. S
House of Representa.jtives.-The fol
. , lowing gentleion have beeni elected as
Representatives J. A. Vageier, ".
Melchers, 0.11. Simonton, 'T. G. Bark.
er. It. 8. Duryea, 1. Magrath, R.:eim
linga, J. Hankel. F. J.'Porcher J. I
Campbell, J. M. Eaoi, Bkenj Iauea.
V. J. Gaver, W. E. Mikell, P. J.,Coo
gin, J. Mulvaney, T. P. Ryan, T. M;lii
gan, S. Lord,jr., F. D. lRic'hardson.
Representati ves. -Col. F. S Lowrie
and.Dr' S. S.'J. hayes.
Representativea--J. W. Hearst. V
A. Lee, ). Ar. Aiken, Robt. A. Fair
A. C. lHaskell.'
I epreser tive W, A. Valikr, p
A. LPisey, TP. . 1
* 2 SenatoM-G...W. Willianms.
Representt ive"---W. C.. Black, A. S.
rallace, J. . awlinson, A. B.
-NEWInNRRY eDISTU ICT.
- *Goverreor--rr, 71; Hampton, 241.
Senator4. H. Villiams.
pr~eatives-C. H1. Suiber, E. S.
Keitt, A. C. Garlington.
Ou riaders will see by tho annexed
extracts, how conistent the Raleigh
Progress has been. Th.is 'paper, it will
be remembered, 'favors th haugiig of
Jioy~mntsoN DAvIS for treason, when it s
editorhlp'Ad.to place him at, the head
of theflate Confederate Goverunment, and
also .served in the army of the( C. S., as
an offeer. onisistency with the Pro
gress, indeed, would be ai most, remarka.
* ble jewel: ,
ea sha1lI nt suppoifrt or advik loyal
nin to support anly man for Congress,
at the election soon to take place, nyhno
is not prepared to say (liat he .can irk
tho prescribed .oath. To send such men
to Washington wvill be shoiply to trIfle
*with tihe government and seal our own
"We think that we are as loyal to
*the gotrnment of the lJnited States as
unan in Northi Carolina, that ive are
4 oda Union manr as the best, anid
* et sde would not take the oath to, hold
* any office in the gift of the President
anid f'ot the simple reason that we coui
not take. it withont petjniry. Nor de
vq, isbe'ieve theire is a man in 'Noithl
~arlina, with saiciient- prominence t
teildr it probable thet h9 .will be' called
* to e~cial position, that Can."
heli latest that we hanvt from our our
Sttte delegation, oew. iin Wehingsor,
is that "Mr ~Iugerso ou f 61 hp Sosgh
(aolia delegates t~o proserit the memo
Ai. foj the piardeotof ,teff. 'Davie, being
Lo1fill to Visit the Exeeutive Ma'nign
ti~8aturday, the prop) rti'
~ ', ~ rddid nlot
initumated that (Jovernor Magrath could t
be released from Cstody. Not a word
was said is to Jef. Davis."
Gen. Monroe M. Parsons, of Missouri,
late of tile Confederate service, is report.
ed to have been recently killed ner(r <
Camargo, Mex0o, in a lght .betweenl
the Liberals and imperialis:s. After
the sprrender of Kirby Smith ho went
to Mexico, with:seeral of his men, and
joined the forces of Jnarez. It[ served
uiier Sterling 1-'rice dunring the war.
Nearly all thet t~vh rs of til Ala.
.iial to President J'ohnson in behalf of
Thie Vickbn.eg Herald leans that
th property of Joseph E. Davis, Nq.,
elder. brother of the President, of the late
Confederate States, lIoited in Warreni
Conilt.y. has been restor(d to1 him ; 1110,
that tho propertv of Jacob Thompson
and General N. 13. Forrest, has never
been tonched at all.
ThI(I.ilon. lewis M'. Ayer is a candi.
date for C(ongress from the( second. Con
gressional. District. 1Ilr. Ayer is a eiti
zen of Barnwell,- S. C.
The North. Ca810111:1 State Con ven
tion adjour'ned oi the 19t Ih inst:. but, unl
dor a res.omai ion to nceet again next
A proposition is before the Legi.sa
ture of'Tegnessee to a uthorizo a stay of
execution in C;lsd now pending, butil
the farniers 6f that State cati nake two
or three crops.
A Washingten dispat.ch says tLat a
farmer near Stenhenville, Oiio, hiss
mide apphieation to the Freedmen's Bu.
reni. at. Wasing; n. fr one hundred
blacks. It is hoped he will be 0iromp1tfly
Important 1ews for the Sea' Island
JULIAN MroIL.:., Ei'sq., of this city,
says the iCharleston Ncws (if tile 12th
inst., bft ero ome tiime since, on1 an l.
portanat 1ission to Waslington City, in
jgfirhfco oi' rebovory ajid svedy res-,
$lands; on one1 Sea sp
qpnprising thifiest Sea isa d iC-Mtona
soil inl -t wlrid, hagieen s nflst of
otr readers know, iin possession 61 the
Freedmen's ireiu, and it was for tile
pilrpose of gdling theIn out of that inst'i.
.tntin, and to enable tIl oWnlers to get
possessieiin of their property iand go to
Work, that induced .Mr.. M~tIE'Lrto
uindertavke tlio task.: W.%. %rWN.pY
.Esq., law partner of Mr. MrTChLr.Li,y e.
tei'diy receivd iavices that thie efforts
for 'restrbr'mg the property had bp(een
coilIlletely successful, adi'( that nfter re.
peated and anxious intrviews wil tie
Presidient ni111. Secrea~ rv of .W'.ar, -Mir.s
M aiein . ~:;had uiccee1ded in procuring
a general order for the restoration
of theo larid-i to tile respetive own)
In paranank~cof these orders, Gen.
11I1wA.RD will shortly visit Charles
toil, to make a formal surrenider 'of
EDrrIon Ni.ws: The great increase
of sin-p.Jlasters lately, render it nepeg;
ry tlihnt some r.lan gihud be .adogied 'in
ordeor to curtaiil tl~e amotut' issued and
to iv 01)o9 of a regdlestamp'. Ouaii
net <nir ,towna Conneil issue a scrip t
Onr mierchadte conld then .buy.a
quantity of it. -Or,.if this is not approf..'
ed, let the merchants clu~b togother agid
'send to the first National IBank, 01d~
lotte, N. C., and prbocuro thou~gh r
cliang4' Souie plan shonid be a dopfe~
t ~et, changetsat wvil ijdve contldorigep
aflf.stoip the excess of individ1)al ien~
to ALDsga i
Destruoie Fire in Ch Irl
morning ? most detr; 16~dt4
- ut irn'the rear of the p ie
Haiyo 'uer'eet, occnpied bg''~rW
Ohafee-he a'wholesale roegry a rdiqr
torf.4ffhe cam# 0 'thefi$
a th e firat evdny
mng iasovered while it aa lif
itne. ~hoafter fe
o stopf the conftignlonl, tuntil as muany
s thrme of our largeost. and finest siores
Vore hIruied to the ground, and others
The (Ouricr oflice, No. 43 Hayne
treet, adjoining Mlr. Chafee's store,
Mught eariy after -he fire comm'ented,
ld biured down. The large cylinder
ns togetier wvitlh new fine, jo) press,
mdVl a Large amountt of stock and tmac
Messrs. W. T. B1urge & Co., who
mave receltly opened a large andl( Well
msorted stock of dry goods. oetipied
lh0 upper,-1 sttries( of No. 41 Hlayne
triet, and their eutire stock was do
itroyed ; but we aro gratiffud to learn
,hat it was insured to the amount o1
Messmr. H astie, Calhoun & Co.,
xchulesale dealers in shoes, siddlery, &c.,
it No. 3.9 Iiayne street, haid just received
xI-ar of tueir stock, which was eltirely
itigil the fire, the difi!rent, engiit
:omnnanies displayed il the energy that
:ol 1, hettus to st.op.tlhe cotnlagratnon
PtrIlmp, had the fire occurred iln dav
neM by, when our firt compaites weru
more able. so mich property would not
h1ave been lost ; but, as it is, it coild
scarcely have been otherwise.
, Han street seems to have been
particullarly unllfortunlate recenltly. -. Somel
A, the most valuable storehouses lavt
be-en burned down, and the street, thoitgli
form.rly ie of the inost, thriving of the
ciy, seems to be doomed to ashes. 1
is to-he hoped, however, that, our tmer
ham s will -not becotni discouraged, hut
will tebuild I heir house, aid . malke tit
little att'eet, ill sytto of prosent asptcts, a.
livel. as of yore.
Til following is a list of the build
ingS h-stroved, tle names of the firnn,
Octit f tillg them, grud thp . insuran ce, sC
far n, could he learned :
Nc. 4~> H aynie street, corner of Meet
ilg. cwned by . Crano, Bovlston &.C
insir -d to; ti extent of aboutt $5,000.
No 43 H ayne stroet, owned by John
ston,-' 'rews & Brawley. . Bitilding en
tirely devsti yvil. Partially insured Cot
$12I., Occupied by - the ' Couri
oAllce, who himii- an insurance of $10,001
onlther stock-, whi)ch -may. cover thtMeii
No -11 Hayne kreet, owned b"V
Johtns;ti, Crews' & Dra'iy~ -pu~ild!t
Lttotalh eatroyed.. for'~till iireQ9n
o.lu Il " to"
N -e i nitpfat ~ .
iro i ~ r 11 -,
terw tine Ul(nne:otwi vautly News. 4.
To His Excellency B. F. Perry, Provls
ional Governor of South Carolina.
As a Vitizmn -of this State, who, like
yoluiself, desires a speudv restoration of
order, and a revival of our. industri:l
pursnits'antd liroiperity, I sitd you he
f'llowing,.on lte subject of our fut ur
relations with tihe freed negro race. I
have been', a planter, owning, residiniv
nong, and practically inaiginga large
nmbitir of iegroles on a rice and cotton
plantillion onl the seaboard, in-thi. Stat,
f'or the lut. thweniity year s; tand4 if the I
Goverttnent willIlegislate to compel ite
freedmen to conttrnct. for a cropt, iuid keep
their Coltriacts till the crops are harvest.
(el, I au - prepared to hire, on liberal
tertms, from onie hundred and seventv.
fivo to two hundred hnoids next year,
and recommenle planting somW of dir
fltst lands inl this St ate. All of the n
groes frmerly.ownid by nio have remin
ed w\ith ie uIp to this tlie, adil are aix.
ions to retmu with mlp t. pai.1 4. I
*also am'i nnxiouls to emplipr them, anld
will provide the funds necessarY to-tlie
niext year's operationls ; bnt. I elnot (10
So without ot.lt(r seetrities for order and
thI(! sa'fety of ly intmndtl, whil wl
conxsist inl tle \olitiolt of this pteople. I
Cnnot puit nsel:if anld plantation in the
hands of a people I itay not he able to
control. Suic being tmy sitiation, I
Iope imly Views 11nnyNbe of' stllte asis.
tance, inl thet! present'distu'rbed condition
Inssmie. of course, that thle inttention
and polic' of the Govermnent is, a1nd
will he, to, encoitrago the prosperity of
the solutherlt States v alu imitiediiato
resutmption of agrictutijual pursuits Iith-i
erto carried otn by slave labor, and, for
sotmt1 timo it. lenAt, in thie fitr. y th i
intow freed men. My firm conviction,
based tipon the experience and observa
6in of m, wiole life, is thnt the negro
race, stidliy r'*eeased fi on a codition
of'slavery and11 discipline, with distorted
ideas of Ireedom and itmm1ttuntity fromi ha
bor, will not ' work in tle 1,'t4re un le)tt
compelled to do so by tii, power thti
.htas freed th tm der suiry Iaws cOn
ferring mutul benefit, on Ott thewhlite Iti t I
blck race. If the Governiment, could
at otnce retmiove the ugroes from the
Sotth, attd colonize .them in. another
.9ottitry, horeignt enigrattion . might int
time sutpry '.t laol s h -ll that
onfil~vnt isrt.1'(rted- to61".
iig imde to doltz d~lilr'work fia io:.
matmter ais to P'rw "n PACttO ~a
yste-u preveltt Ihe' hetairith 011" 1i
J, ad losq'o( wqrk-, ald I hav e atdIz
tiOWat it, to lail ill Xv.(ia (~i e O flaoa aM
idrly tpo olwdieaace , i it- a 4ort t~it
rid ott'e estatili'Aoed, sviliotial ltztq to be.
tvsorted to. .'Of.cowirsei, JuStice MuSt'ba.
If(! goverafitur pa'inlip~e, to itnke' im
41isahttat effec, iv te it Hystemr. T I'ho
qrg(.af thiat' nb taut .. pqjta!attn, tI
,preattr t141 iteeeSiIy 'o1f diaciplithe nhit.
Vsttti to itasure .31aCCOlZ9 At 111 ooto~rdul,
nil I lie discipline muttst. be aickn&'wletidgn
11(1 proatapfly excect oil ti ' raaitatiola
-ot- itf tri~t.,ils havo'1 LO' be -resorted
o for the awau rd f'ptiisifne i nia~ manu
0f11!11.8, thle Aliclihajtk; nild rolys at
a'tado itt. th ,treoit, ill loss5 or t imea, tilloaf..7
ta0c1 Withn otber aaia,&C., Will to
at? Ot dete~r the piter fromt seek.
tgitastiev, and tf ofta'tder escape there-~
So mtucht for the emprloyee. Thae em
aiayer mliotald hwe lield to e'qual respoti
ulht.Y for (lae satrict falt'lifityat of his pitart
of the Ctat.a-nct, hild. Sumch puluisantcaat. 11t1
toseal ont Iiis failutre or aiehct. of obhai. f
ials as will itasatr equald jbustice to the
aegto. Ali orgauiwl sy!-tern, hasud oa .%i
he. above pilat, sibhject of cotirse to local
Iyditicit ioats, .1 alajik woilil. itt a slaori,
itt''. r.!Sl.Ot'e ia- etaittary to coiptavrativ
.1W tWOJti". Atta at tilei st'm do
lot wisil to ])i tiilestool aq ndvocautllat
Ito liret tine tha t, 1t1(i fteedom.., iwtt.
~rro will Nt! n htetit. a'1iar twiheiOt
ry or dit'iK ratce, 11t3 coataparI. lwtttpr
bafler coatdiitiota of shtverv' 'butt 'T, at r
Ojit. t111t as tile he.tt ittern'tti va.jp~t
IS 111 ithel troat the hopeea ralln'W",'
lowV thltaoatetaa- i)(t ha.
"I'hei above tlava possibly chnt~j~~ I
pesttottt of import'a taco illQtt ..
iatts 4 or Othefiro govea,i '
tOL1t rIaCa'S ill t Itir rel8 to" ilpt t
111, ft aid ill t".11t1bIhope' 1 oI1r ii44
Frp mn Wtaisinti2'
L:Zsvrtltial is itild .plsiti~al
,,(mt qiuarters-i tiklit Illert'
Ip At O0,
vt Jit r itt n1I
'4s,Me, or Ad bei trocd