Little Rock Arkansas Gazette Extra (Newspaper) - December 31, 1867, Little Rock, Arkansas IN 1819. STATU MO. 2,562. of 2") ii ii OU per fl pur month for DECEMBER 31, 1867 or uscii il 111, or uscii il 111, 12 20 1-2 12". JO il il 1! per will lu ANU Tor or per 7^'rsoii'il uve arili in m tlie of for in by 2 p. of day previous to musl be iu by 2 p. on five j iiG u. of any or other will be fees are or by sonic in tr advertisements be paid foi in must coma 1 terms will not lie aud ir receive does noi comply witli are n to receive and for moneys lor aad the cities mention viz Vine M. A. Park Sheifield Pine and St. C. Wli A. 2 Front such are to of former party or Our platform is and brond for every patriotic and respectable white man in tlie slate to si and and urge all such to come up at once to the rescue of against the radicals of the leaders spend time in the to the end that thoy may secure offices for out US an to the people to engage in fhey relieve of Whenever issue an or commit aonie act that is severe and the occasion improved ac opportune for reiterating this they go so far as to charge tiie responsibility continued military upon all those Hvho do not in to cool effrontery of the appeal becomes apparent when wo recollect military rule was put the state by a radical and lhat their here have resolved the measure vras wise and vras established us in the expectation that wo would be by its oppressiveness to embrace the tto prefer to endure the ilia it rather than tly to terrible which would attend we arc charged i resp for PER IN lence more lese leaders 111. the every fair and on short who rec ire their in lake that tin have pa lie again ordered in wi uni of allying tue la obtain the control of the state that they They have become tired of waiting the uf their purpose apd the of their makes have not been able to procure the to do all they and they are anxious to the power in their own hands so that they may be balked in their for and It is to this cud that array the people ihe military authorities and them to end their rule by making a will nol 1. Military is by no it is u oppressive to but it is preferable il is infinitely more safely for life an 1 while tlie supreme power is in hands of than if it wore 1 with a mags and their more unprincipled white For this reason the white people of the stale prefer to endure military rule rather than submit negro We arc only choosing the lesser of in siring continuance of military or one of tiie evils we as long as or i ihe are in power Christian world to-day the ill commemoration of the birth at whose advent the angelic hosi proclaimed the glorious tidings peace and good will towards Humanity but two ways ol celebrating anniversary of by feasting or fasting as the of the event may be It is not strange anniversary of the nativity of the should Vje considered first feast day of ilie and are ir. each recurring In childhood Ihe was our | maintain Ihe great from which we reckon it all other | and and thus taught lo regarded days early when the mind is peculiarly susceptible of it is not at all strange that in we associate and with the may abandon ourselves to anil social we doubt if many de not find it impossible to brush the sad which flit over when contrasting the occasion similar ones which have preceeded years has wrought a great change in the condition of the people of the disease and wordly dealt hardly with Wealth and are iio longer and the poverty which has usurped the place of will be more keenly felt this day than upon any 01 her of the Tlie chastening hand of we have but we trust that we may profit by the useful lessons it is to rallier than yield to an unmanly misfortunes have already cast us much and nurse but heeding their sadness and rejoice in the life and health that is spared us and the promises which hope spread out before is one class of our to which the recurrence of this day will bring far more of sadness of The pour negro will miss the Christmas jubilee cf the days of To-day no master or indulgent mistress will provide to hands the good cheer wherewith to make himself week of holiday is his in with means he may feast and Hunger and Cold are now masters who never relax their and whoso tasks of incessant labor can never be Fanaticism threw them on the world lo lake care of themselves any and in the beguiled by specious promises into raising hands against the only people thai with in adversity and would have saved them from their melancholy If suffering must be may a merciful Providence spare us the pain ot witnessing by their removal all our we wish a and trust that many future ones may be vouchsafed and all find them with reason to make merry than 2'>ih. ' are rejoiced to see the in Alabama and looking to the organization of the conservative white men of those Tlie evils which are to follow negro suffrage are so plainly foreseen that tiie and citizens of to make an earnest balk the of radicalism to the domination of an should encourage the people of Arkansas to more strenuous exertions and unremitting activity in perfecting a complete organization of the conservative To accomplish the of the undertaking the must enter heart and soul info the Surely a people before had so great an to earnest work as thai which urges them Their Ihe security of the of and oven the safety of their and if they fail tcr act now and at their lot will be a hard one will bo all no is mide now to arrest evils which it is to see must oome in case a is forced the state which will make African the master of tlie danger is aod to see every from the tnost retiring and take an the the of the Every man who a lo the restoration of the union as it was our au economical of government in the spirit of justice to and who believes IS a white man's based upon that white men should control it in of iLeir own is eligible the ranlis of the new conservativo tlie convention lias provided for a large militia in Tennessee and as will be established in every after the The expense organization will be and besides which its ranks will be 1 ihe people will be elled to submit lo its arbitrary and its thievish Such an would be the support of a negro and the people of do not wish be afflicted with it. Radicalism will essay in vain to saddle the responsibility for mil iary rule upon other shoulders its but it will not It called inio must stand for all its If the has not been so faithful a as tha radicals would have had and been more lenient 10 the people than they would have then so much the better for If the have sent u.s a log fur a we shall not pray for for it may lie as ravenous as stork of the invite the attention of iTie le of stale who have children lo following which gives information of the opening of a first class of learning in the western portion pf the proper patronage and support from schools can be established in equal any and all should their aid to accomplish this good Dec. 2, 18C7. would call attention Institute located within six miles of The exercises of commence on 20;h of January under the immediate supervision of Col. 1'. of assisted by J. S. and of S. and such other competent assistants as occasion may from lime to time names of Colonel and the assistants are a to those to patronise and build up a permanent of learning of the order at our own and girls will occupy at all hours except at In of and moral the people in the surrounding country compare favorably with those of any sect ion of the Hoarding and lodging can bt procured in the best of at eight dollars per and persons desiring to at the ill view uf their and building up a permanent university in the can procure building lois Tuition ranges from twelve and a half to twenty doliera per session of five Southern books are used The institute is by good country roads at all seasons of the and upon an near and in view of Boston the is universally admitted to be one of healthiest in the Here the student is in the and upon the which in point of beauty and grandeur iu scarcely surpassed by any country on the far removed from the unhealthy and malarious influences incidental to other When of his studies he can take his morning and evening lessons from nature and nature's looking upon and contemplating the of and created are indebted to Mr. Clark of who has manifested a lively interest in the matter since the close of the for the following list of the Arkansas dead at We also publish an appeal aid from the Georgia Memorial Any people of our state be disposed to make will he very and may be forwarded to the ladies whose names appear to the with all confidence thai the funds will be properly applied to a good Confederate Dead on trustees of the Memorial having carefully cho as far as possible of the dead who now lie on the battle of herewith publish them for the of their friends iu the various The small appropriation made by the Georgia Legislature is very inadequate to the great and only as a nucleus with which to this work of reinterment in consecrated Wo havo selected a beautiful has been given immediately on the railroad at and now call upon the citizens jof our statej 0 give us the means to reinter them all in and make it as attractive as their heroism rendered the name jof This work will bear no longer Wc cannot wait further legislative ac Nearly four years have and th and all are fast passing and in a little if longer Georgians will blush when Chickamauga is as its unmarked graves will be an eternal monument of their following list is only of The list of all places south to is not yet Wherever only initials ap pear we would be glad if their friends and com will furnish us their full and for any information apply J. Ga Miss Mary J. June 29, 18G7. B co 3d U W co ist S N co 1st A A co 1st J A co 1st to be co 1st to be co 1st to be Ar R co Ist to be co 1st to be J N co 1st -A co 3d T J co 3d D co 3d regt Capt T A co 4lh CO Lieut 3l8t co 3Ist J P co 4th J Co 2d W N co 2d L W co 2d M P co 6th Frederick co. Cth II W co Cth J F co 15th A P co luth A N co 1st Lieut J R co 2d 1) J co 2d T eo 2d co 2d T J CO 2d A J co 2'lth F A CO J CO Sergt co 19th Lieut L F co J R 2d J It CO J co 5th W co 2d RS co 11 co II co S W 00 2d R H CO 30th A B co 2d Lieut H R co 8th R 1st co B. 1st co 1st T J co 08 J co 3d Total had been running constantly for fourteen when the brush took and in a moment of time the whole mass of cotton and the house was in The barely escaped by jumping from the take the following items from the Sentinel of the 19tli arc Creditably informed that a gentleman by the name of residing in tlie lower part of mounted hid mule went to the forest for the purpose of hunting ho had not gone before his attention was attracted by tlie approach of one of the animals in he at once and not wishing to turn the course of the concluded remain in his The deer came within a few yards of Mr. when he fired mule becoming frightened at Ihe report of the dashed Mr. Pool to the ground him and taking through Woods at the top of his came in contact with a tree or some other obstacle killing from the of a single three lives were the man and the LiITLE energetic manner ia which our Van Buren J. S. has gone lo work in effecting the organization of the white man's party in to radical inclines uS to congratulate the new party upon his selection as the member of the democratic state central for the third congressional He has caught the leading feature of and has issued a circular and a forni for township organizations and sent them We know too well the character of the people of the northwest to entertain a doubt of a prompt response from them to the We print these as might with all propriety be addressed to the people in every part of the Let conservatives everywhere organize their township and put themselves in the state central committee The be thoroughly acquainted with the issues of the and to that end the organ of the committee should be in the hands of every Here are the documents December 20th, 18G7. Sui 1 herewith send you a blank form to be used in organizing WHITE MEN'S for overthrow of Radicalism and Negro It is proposed to organize a club in each township of every A central directory is already organized at Little To the committee at Little all reports from county clubs of the township are to bo is desirable to have the leading men in each take hold of this matter and to give the death blow to negro supremacy and negro white man's government and white 77,ust control it for ail a county convention be if ono has not to select delegates to a stale soon to be called at Little for the purpose of conferring for the better concentration of the of the conservative men of the you are of this and will make efforts to accomplish the end 1 j J. Member state central 3d Ark. the federal constitution has been liberty the people almost crushed byl iniquitous taxation imposed by the radical faction in This radical wing of the republican party have attempted to degrade the white men of the south by forcing Negro upon by giving to the ignorant negro the ballot have clothed him with the i supreme political control of ten southern in order to accomplish this faction has burdened the country with an and are still taking from the hard earnings of the poor millions to keep up la monstrous military and that unless political power is taken from this the country must be ruined financially and we thz undersigned have pledged ourselves to stand shoulder to shoulder in the political struggle now going on in our and to do all iu to overthrow the radical party and negro That for the better protection of our rights and the advancement of the of the While we hereby organize ourselves into a White Man's and pledge our honor lo use all honorable means lo accomplish the overthrow of negro suffrage tind shall be known as the Man's Immigrant Aid society of Woodruff county has been with Col. L. M. as The Journal of the 13ih regrets to learn the death of C. H. of Cross who was shot a few days since by Capt. C. E. of Helena Shield is out for Grant for Ord will appoint the officers for Helena for the ensuing Helena Clarion offers a year's to tho person who will send tho largest turkey to editor for the fortunate individual to be also complimented from time to time with flattering Jacksonport Herald complains tho great number of horse thieves Tho Times of the 21st Wo regret to learn that the gin | carding belonging to Capt. Isaac at Evening in was completely destroyed by firo on the loth ' ' ' ' ' a little boy tibout three years old a son of W. L. and M. L. was accidentally drowned a few days near It is supposed that he attempted to pet a drink of water from a large box near the and unfortunately fell the of Ashley County Times has his connection with that We regret his loss the press of tho 7'iries of the 21s(, We have on at our a of cotton stalks from tho plantation of Capt. Joe of Bayou Upon breaking open some cf tho limbs we deposited in the scores of tho eggs of the cotton Those eggs are about a quarter of an inch and larger than an ordinary size and crack loudly under the pressure of the call tho attention of our exchanges and it not be well urge our farmers to burn their cotton It is an that will not cost and may be he means of saving Pocahontas says on Tuesday the 10th il gang of six in we are in county near made a raid at down into the part of I he immediately in the vicinity Of Dr. J. upon the of Frank a and consequently comparatively defenceless where they found him iii quiet his his by they dragged him from his tore him from Ihe embrace of his wife and and hurried him in double quick about three quarters of a mile from his into a where with flourished weapons they ordered him kneel and say his for he had but a few to did not execute their but allowed him lo return his which They no violence as some of neighbors had drawn by the screams of A neighbor recognized all the band and an effort will be made to bring to They pretended to be looking for horse thieves and Magnolia of the 21slinst., has the evening alter a man by name ot Clower rode inl -) and seeing a crowd of some eight or ten negroes sitting the public he rode up anil ordered them to up and and immediately drew his pistol and commenced firing indiscriminately among were ono in the other in the we had a hole shot in his Clower then rode out of swearing vengeance any and every one who might pursue or attempt to arrest Capt. the bureau agent of immediately ordered out a of U. S. soldiers and iu but it being his pursuit proved warrant for Ihe arrest of and peace disturber has been lodged iu the hands uf the proper civil and we for good and quiet of community at thai it may be long before he will be and brought to condign of Columbia county arc to meet at Magnolia on 13ih of to effect a county understand tho originated from friction of the mail advices from are as late as the ISth and lo this president's special message to Gen. was laid before the house this that portion suggesting that congress make public recognition Of this course in New Orleans was received great Tho message was laid on the table and ordered to be the a report was made from Ihe judiciary on the subject of the admission of Phillip F. from who has nol allowed tio lake his seat owing to charges of This committee report that they find nothing against except the fact that his son served in the rebel Reverdy Johnson offered a resolution to but no action was taken on it. When it conies up it be strongly opposed by Howard and a few others but it pass when put lo a hours were spen in discussing Ihe to repeal the cotton bul no action was taken on house took up Thad supplemental reconstruction and passed it. The third increasing congressional representation in the is and the as provides tho majority of those voting on the question shall call a and that congressmen shall be voted for when the people vote on ratifying new the Mr. of spoke an hour in drawing historical parallels between the negro and while and declared that this was last time which he expected to speak a audience on the floor of of the for in a few weeks the negroes would come down from the galleries and be representatives iu congress The republicans laughed Stevens in a ton in which he offered lo Douglass and Langston against Blocks for the championship of the All of the republican members gathered around Stevens during his following is the supplementary reconstruction as it that so much of the fifth section of an act passed March 23, 18G7, entitled act to an act to provide for tho more government of the rebel passed March 2, 1807, and to facilitate their as requires that a majority of all tho registered voters of tho district shall bo cast in faver ofthe ratification of the constitution before it becomes and the same hereby so far modified that of the votes cast at the election for the ratification or rejection of the constitution shall bo considered as and as affirming or rejecting said 2. And he it further that the voters of the several mentioned in the acts to which this is amendatory at tho time of voting on the ratification of the also vote for of who shall be entitled to take seats as members of the house of ou taking tho oath of required by and as soon as such states are duly and entitled to representation in tho congress of the United and until a new shall be made the election for said members shall bo according to the districts as they in the years 1858 and 1850, except when otherwise provided and the same election officers who shall make returns of the votes cast on ratification or rejection of tho shall and certify the votes cast for members of and give certificates of election to those possessing tho largest number of qualified and who shall be entitled good is that Southern that our planters and farmers should plant a portion of their fields with early Ripening two or three months before southern varieties in present field it would enable us to have food for men and beast so much Dec. 20, 1867 mot lo present Mayor Hopkins and Aldermen Davis Henry and minutes of the last meeting were read on motion of Alderman adopted The petition Miller was and on motion of Alderman the commissioner instructed to grade First and rebuild the cistern situated at the same point communication of Mrs. R. asking for the position of assistant teacher at the od ward school for her on motion of Alderman received ond Kreba presented the report tho superintendent of the receipts Henry presented an amending section 2, article 1, chapter 26, digest of ordinances ofthe city of The ays and nays were rules and passed an ordinance the sale of intoxicating liquors to enlisted Tho aad nays were rules one establishing a of school The ayes and were and passed committee on the firo department reported progress in regard to their report about the repairing of the Pulaski engine chairman of the police reported in regard to the investigation of the case of in violating the of his that no further action be taken in the as chairman of the finance reported in regard to the claim of the city stating as the services of the same were known to the his claim be stated by subject to the of the special committee in regard to the reward in tho Webb murder asked Henry stated that the covering of the well in the rear of Lafferty's building and urged the immediate repair of the motion of Alderman the following accounts were and ordered to be roll of street Fones H. C. drayage on coal for engine ic coffee urn for of night collector of internal tax on city Little Rock Manufacturing plank for John repairing in market Wm market castor oil for engine medicines furnished to and coal codon for steam motion of Henry the extra of Robins Ward was referred to the building motion of Alderman Wassell the communication of Robins Ward was and the same were to lay the entrance to the city hall with pressed recorder made an application for a theatre license for certain which on motion of was motion of Alderman the account of Ihe city engineer was motion of Alderman the sum of nine hundred dollars be appropriated to pay the above the ayes and nays were Hager and motion of Henry the recorder was instructed to have 50 copies of the Ordinance No. printed on card of council adjourned till Tuesday evening at 7 following instructions accompany th proclamation of Gov. warning the negroes of Mississippi headquarters military and of Civil J 1 23. Tho following is published for tho of all In accordance with which sheriffs other aro re quested to bo prepared with the aid ol the posse to disarm and confine offenders against the peace and good order of tho com munity until such offenders can be fried before the civil is adviseable as far as practicable when freed persons are to be arrest ed that the posse should be composed of persons of the same race or Agents of tho Bureau of Freedmen and Lands Commanders of are hereby directed to aid and co-operate with the civil authorities in preserving order arid ' enforcing the laws for tho suppression of vagrancy and and such civil authorities will not be interfered with in the execution of their Whore they may be too weak to perform their duties the civil authorities are requested in this State to call on Brevet Major General A. C. of for such military force as he can spare to aid in Arkansas they are requested to call on General C. Little commanding of Nothing in this circular bo considered to suspend tho operation of previous orders authorizing in certain cases trial by Military Commission of persons acting without law or authority who maltreat or attempt to kill and where such offenders are not punished by tho civil arrests and trials as usual will be it is hoped that tho civil authorities will act as the Governor of Mississippi and administer the laws without bias or partiality to wards cither when military trials will soon cease for offences against and 5, 18G7. of Civil 39. Miss having been reported liiat large quantities of stolen goods are sold or delivered after dark in this all and parties concerned are hereby that the purchase or delivery of country such as pork or beef or hve animals after sunset and until market hour in the is made a military as well as civil both by the party receiving and the parly delivering or no person or persons shall bo considered tis lo purchase country produce as above enumerated after the first day of 1808, except they have a special license in each case so to In all cities and corporate towns the license will be given by the outside of the limits of such ties and towns the license will be issued by the repairing pavement in i Board of Counly Police for the and d j granting such license is to withdraw the whenever satisfactory evidence is produced that tho privileges therein conferred arc being violation of either paragraph of this order will subject the offender to a fine not to exceed one hundred or in default of payment of the fino confinement not to exceed three months in the county at the discretion ofthe Magistrate or Judge before whom the case is Commissions and local Justices of tho Peace and County Judges are authorized to take cognizance of offences against this command of Brevet Major D. Assistant Adjutant the December Labor Panic Nor learn from the lhat the Rensselaer stopped work Saturday night Ihe It has been the custom in years past to stop for a short time for repairs at time ofthe But now there is a probability that the mills will not run until next The prevailing dullness and absence of orders for work is the occasion of shutting By this Step some three hundred hands will for the present bo thrown out of We hope that business will speedily and lhat these mills will resume operations atan early the New Haven men are out of employment at New Haven than at any previous lime in the last ten Our manufacturer are reducing or have reduced their and it is a difficult matter for a mechanic or workingman to obtain employment of any In this city not less than fifteen hundred laboring men arc many of them depend upon their wages to support their one-half of the operatives employed in the car factory of George T. were discharged on account of dull On the other the negroes of the south are supported by the and tho poor white men tho north aro taxed for their This is tho natural result of the radical Negroes vote the radical ticket andare Our laboring men at tho north vote as they and are left to the Manchester over Now England the fruits of misrule are being made startingly apparent Several of the largest factories in Rhode Island are running upon and some have stopped Maine the corporations of Biddeford have cut down the manufacturing company at Dover havo reduced the pay of the operatives ten per woolen mill in Littleton has struck off fifteen per from wages of Enfield the wollen mills running upon three-quarters our own city twelve and a half cents upon the dollar is tho tax of some of and in many other places similar reductions are daily either in tho schedule of prices or time of All this after seven years of radical and three years of What a glorious and blessed peace mili tary and nigger is Thousands upon thousands of hard-working operatives thrown out of employment at this season of the with the thermometer at five degrees below wood nine dollars a cord in a wooden and all because of the legislation of tho most wrong-headed body of men that ever assembled in the national Wheeling ' Intelligencer were told yesterday that all work stopped at the Whitaker iron works on Thursday Wo noticed that all the Wheeling iron works were dark and Only tho nail machines wero in We trust that these suspensions aro but as hundreds of laborers are thus thrown out of 23. small block of stores oa Essex was destroyed by firo Saturday Loss estimated at sufferers are C. S. S. F. W. and S. A. partly 20. Cabral has been the organization of his troops being A pronouncement of the people against hiin has been and Baez It is announced lhat a commissioner is going to Washington to arrangements for the transfer by of ro the United 4tii Military District ] and Office of Civil J Holly Dec. 10, 18G7. Circular No. 24.] following instructions supplementary to Circular No. 22, current from are hereby for the information of all of Arbitration for the protection of laborers will be appointed under the orders heretofore from these in the named eases only At the instance of the laborer who may make complaint that his wages or share ofthe crop is wrongfully withheld from At tho instance of the landlord or merchant complaining under oath that the planter has fraudulently assigned to the laborer an undue share of the to the injury of the first of these any Justice of tho having jurisdiction iu the or agent 3f tho or pist will order an laborer being allowed to choose one and tho landlord and or as many of as are parties to controversy being notified and permitted to choose and two thus chosen shall select a In case of the of any of ihe parties defendant to others may an and should tho defendants the officer ordering Board shall appoint for the laborers fail to agree in the of an the nearest bureau agent or post commander may select a suitable representative for Board thus constituted will afford all a fair and in the investigation will be guided by the following the laborer works for a share of the such share will be set aside and awarded no being allowed to interfere with his contract to work on shares provides that his supplies shall be furnished after his share is the remainder of the crop is insufficient lo pay for supplies of forage and an enrolled lien under the Act ofthe Legislature of approved February 1807, then so much of his share as may bo necessary to make up the deficiency and satisfy the lien upon this crop will be allowed tho If the laborer works for and the contract specifics that his medicine and are to be furnished by the his wages are not subject to any lien or except as is stipulated in tiie Where he has furnished his own the laws for the of him for such supplies will not bo So far as the exemption laws of this may be applicable in tho consideration of dases under this they will bo regarded as equally applicable to white and black board will have of of the and the lien upon the share of the labord award the laborer's allowance the and will letter from the commissioner of internal revenue to the of the third district of state appears that a since revoked bearing date October 22,1867, declaring the fee for marking and cotton to bo esclusive of tbe is still supposed to be and that tho fee charged for the said service in districts is still in you that the said decision has and and that the fee aforesaid ia aa declared ia tho series 8, No. 5, cents ing the five cents charged for the tag to bo fOr by the decision its action will bo it will not assume any jurisdiction over the conflicting of landlord or against tho remainder of the as these parties arc to be left to their ordinary board will report the action to the officer who ordered tho and a Vecord will be of its proceedings showing upon whose complaint the board was ordered and how officer ordering tho board will furnish the sheriff with a certified copy of the award who will put the laborer in possession of the him in accordance with tho and the remainder of the crop will DO Buy ect to duo process of if it should be appear to the sheriff tnat the award was not in accordance with this ho will suspend the execution of the and report tho facts to these for tho case of alleged fraudulent collusion planter and upon complaint of tho or the arbitration will bo ordered in tho same the complainant selecting ono and laborer and those two the who shall confino their investigation to the whether an undue share of the crop haa been fraudulently assigned to the to the injury of iho and if what the amount of such amount will bo as damages and collected by the in a similar manner to that herein before As enjoined in previous any sale or or removal of the i- op until the laborers share is is strictly And all proceedings at which interfere with tho herein will be until the award is made and carried into command of Brevet Maj. A. A. Dec. 23. A. W. assistant cashier of the United States has to take in July He goes into the banking business at Pa. Dec. 23. A locomotive exploded her boilers at the lower depot this killing A. and John The conductor and two were slightly 0., 23. Hon. c. republican member of congress from the 8th district of was brutally murdered by his son in a fit of insanity on Ho struck his head with an with he returned to the house and in severe wounds upon his younger brother before he could be Ho is now a 23. adjourned until the 12th the bills assented lo by the Governor are the To prevent the unlawful training of persons in the use of fire to authorize Justices of the Peace to seize and retain anus or kepi for the purpose of danger to the public to authorize the arrest ef persons suspected of committing hostility or conspiracy against Her Majesty's person aul 23. whose wis published in tho northern is alive and aad is at present stage at the Academy of the morning session of tho convention a resolution was by a negro declaring that the first legislature after the adoption of a constitution be instructed to ascertain the entire indebtedness of the state and to issue bonds therefor at Oper which are not to run over forty and that a tax of 52,000,000 annually shall Be levied for the redemption of the The consideration of the resolution was 24 V of troops left last night for supposed to have some connection with Ihe treasurer's refusal to money oil Ihe order Pope and the Dec. 23. of Grand Trunk r was entered by yesterday morning and a large sum of money 23. heavy snow storm set in Saturday till Railroads badly Vt. 23. railroad bridge over River 000 feet 0 feet wide was destroyed by fire this 24. New England society celebrated its of the landing of the Pilgrims in the customary at Speeches were made by Henry and Tribune's special says several members ot the ways and moans and finance committee have been in with 4he secretary of the treasury regard to Senators Morgan and Sherman had a long interview with with a view of eliciting his views on the The secretary has not indicated his ideas on Ihe subject is known to favor that portion of the scheme relative to foreign In regard to the four million he has very grave and is not at all convinced of its advisability at ihe He is understood to believe that a law of that character would interfere with banks and cause a large withdrawal of their From tho conversation of different members cf congress it is inferred that a majority ofthe house is in favor of taxing the and it may be confidently stated that a looking to that object will be introduced after Ihe The proposition meets with general and there is no doubt of the passage of such a will be introduced at an early day in the in the future appointments of internal revenue agents shall be confirmed in the senate before tho nominee enters on the duties of his This is in order to as far as the appointment of unprincipled persons to such important positions where there isso large a field for The internal revenue report shows a gradual daily increase and the lowest estimates for the fiscal year .do not fall short of two hundred Thus far tho receipts amount to over nine hundred and and today were about 700,000. orders received at the war department from head quarters 4th military state that Ord has ordered lhat boards oi arbitration be appointed for the protection of laborers when asked Tho laborer who complains has to show that the crops are wrongfully withheld from or when called for by the landlord or complain under oath that the planter has fraudulently assigned to the laborer undue share of tho to the injury of the Ord also gives full instructions for the guidance of such boards in reaching JOB NOW myles ot flow for the the of the 10th at the residence of A. B. of Bradley Mr. Tom of to Miss M. Lou the 14th M. Forrest and Miss Mary E. all of Craighead the 17th N. Cartwright and Miss E. C: all of Craighead On the 10th John L. Tyler and Mrs. Mary all of Craighead the John L. and Miss Kate all of Prairie the 3rd J. Biggs and Miss S. A. all of Drow tho at Mount Col. S. T. of Hempstead to Miss of Mount tho 8th Nash and Mrs. Louisa J. all of 12th David Mayfleld and Mrs. Elizabeth all of Independence tho same time and by the Mr. Jackson Mayfield and Miss Eliza J. Arkansas on the 2d Col. Edward P. of and Miss Lucie C. of Arkansas 8th Moses G. W. Langston to Miss May U. all of Ouachita the 1st Carroll and Misa Ellen all of White PRINTING OP ' I the STYLE 0I< TUEJ AND Orders J. W. ANDERSON W oa West and IGO Elm goods of the beat and N. W. coti and Elm w. ir. Agent and ' ST.