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Weekly Standard (Newspaper) - November 16, 1864, Raleigh, North Carolina THE 1 A M W HO L 1) E N KD.ITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Our Terms. subscribing for tho Standard will please i ,..rve thvt terms are as follows: 6 months Semi-Weekly 6 months We regretted to have to advance our prices, wo could not possibly afford the paper at for- vatis. We are under obligations to those who I'a'vc promptly renewed in accordance with our new frne square of ten linos or less, r, tjK-h insertion. FRIDAY, NOV. 11, 1804. bad no mail from Richmond on Wednesday -t. Mi-1 did not, therefore, receive the President's time for today's paper. We give a nopsia of the message to-day, and will publish it full in our next. VOL. 36. We have the pleasure of laying before our readers to i-siy that portion of Gov. Hrown's message which tK-its of Csnfederate Relations." This is tho and .ablest, document of the kind which has 5-1-1 proceeded from tho pen of tho Governor. Wo I it to .our readers. It has our warm and is: i nlified approval. of this City, is not willing that r .iJc-rs shall have the privilege of perusing Gov. message in its columns. It not only re- to K't its leaders see the message, bat it de- s we have not" ourselves read this produc- I i v. then the E Iitor proceeds at length to K.lunilo and assail Gov. for penning and a document which he, the Editor, confesses icadi This is a specimen of candor uhiih would excite general attention at any othur ti no ttipn tins. The attu-k by the Confederate on Gov. Brown -MJI-.J-; us of the sturrow hawk dashing at the We may admire the courage of the former, v.c can have but little respect for its judgment. The nr.Hual meeting of the stockholders of the Vi'ilnr'nijton, Charlotte and Rutherford R-ulroad Cumpinv will bo held in Linrolnton on Wednesday the 3'Hh November; and the annual meeting of the s-.uekholdors of the Wilmington Railroad at Wil- on the same day. The people of the United States voted on Tuc3- last for President and Vice President. Wo Live no icturni at the time (if writing this, but it sams to be that Mr. Lincoln has betn n C -eted. Vlwf ilows this metn? It means that a vast ma- i n.v of the- people of the United are deter- Lin J to prosecute the war against the South for the u-xi four years. This is so, and wo might as well i'o-vit right in the face. Well, what then Can f..v- iii I'-ions ut white people, situated ours f j'dy resist twenty millions of white people f. v.ars Si.all we of the'South grow -r or weaker as the war progresses 1- u tlu- part of wisdom to hold out and Hjjht on, AI. no iflbit through thu (1ongiess S'nu-s to end ths conflict by ricgo- iV.iX, Vt 11A U u UC VVILtl n.-0-inunh- of our muiy population slain, with the J t'i.i-.s In niid the womeri and children beg- tiu-n no doubt about these and 'U> not my arc true bow are they to be -wed for, and what is the enemy? It is not 10 Ij? for a moment thut "tho govern- has done these things intentionally. But if "cy hurt been done, is it not clear that those who at the head of the government" are too soil-will- and fihovt-Kighted to conduct "tho as it .'should be conducted? To put "Wn prul action and innnufnctures, and to destroy is to destroy the Confederate cause. 1551 is the remedy ft is in the Let iiKlnict repReseiuativos to change their But suppose they should do thia, would ropreseniativGS, executive and legislative, Aye, "there's the rub." A remedy the power to apply it is no remedy at all. TI i of North Carolina hrus declared divi- ;--'i'J of G cu.t. in the capital stock of said Bank kit six months, payable in the 4 per cent. of Confederate States at their face and ,'''M'ms "rider one hundred dollars payabk) in Oon- Treasury Notes at a deduction of one on i payable to the Stockholders 2'iih icstant, at the principal Bank, Branches -'o Newborn, Wilming- payable at Italoigh, V7catworth Agoacy at Milton. We observe that Col. W. L. Sounders and Mnj. W. J, Sautiders'have both declared, in the papers, that they are not candidates for Doorkeeper to the Seaate. As the advertisement referred to first ap- peared in this journal, it is, perhaps, proper that v. c should slate that the genlU man, W. J. Saundt-rs, who announces himself for the olli'ie, is a soldier on 'duty, and is a citizen of Stanly County. The Standard, wo observe, notifies the Conserva- tire members of the Legislature, to meet m-this city on Friday or Saturday before the meeting of tho Legislature, to organize for the purpose of de- feating the aims of the Destructive" party. _ In this it assumes to be the organ of the Conservatives. You, fellow do not acknowledge such lead- ership. The Gvnservfttive newspaper will not, while under the control of the undersigned, seek to truct you or your representatives as to your or their duty. You utid thev know it, and will perform it. J. B. NKATIIEIIY. In the last issue of the Standard we said The Legislature of North-Carolina will assemble in this City on Monday the 21st November. We respectfully and earnestly appeal to the Conserva- tive members to be in Raleigh on Friday or Sat- urday preceding, so as to unite in some way to pre- vent tho Destructives from controlling the organi- zation and legi.-.lation of tho two Houses. This is H matter of paramount importance, and ought not to be In the Ursi place, we "notified no one to attend, but simply appealed to Conservative, members to do so in the socutul place, we never have, nor do we now assume to be the organ of Conservatives, but only tho Editor of a Conservative paper in the third place, we have not sought to instruct" any one as to what they should or should not do. We now repeat our appeal to the Conservative members to be in Raleigh at an early moment, so RS Lo make arrangements to defeat the aims of .the Destructives. There are four parties or divisions among the members elect, as follows: Conserva- tives after the straiw-st Conserva- tives elected by Conservative Conser- vatives elected by Destructive Dostruc tives. We have made a careful calculation, and find that the Vance Conservatives elected by Conserva- tive votes, mid Conservatives "after the straitest have a small majority in the two Houses; and therefore, by uniting, they should do, and as the Conservative voters of the State expect them to do, they can shape and control the legislation of the Slate. There may be, and there are, no doubt, a few Conservatives elected by Destructive votes who can be relied on, but, as a general rule, these gentlemen will vote with the Destructires. Having made these suggestions, our skirts will be clear, whatever may be done or omitted to be done. We do not oven "assume to spetk for the "strait- est but expressed only our individual views. But of two things we are sure: First, that the "straitest and willing as they are to harmonize with all 'true Conservatives, will do nothing to compromise their principles or forfeit their own self-respect; and secondly, that in no event will they rote for or unite with the Destruc- tive either as to men or measures. If thia is not true Conservatism, then pray tell us is. RALEIGH; N. C., WBDNES DAY, NOY. 16, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER 1539. President's Mensage. RICHMOND, Nov. 7th ,1864. Congress met to-day pursuant to adjournment, and the message from the President was received and read. It begins wfth a review of the military operations since the adjournment of Congress in June, and recognizes the protection of in enabling us successfully to withstand tho utmost eflWrts of the enemy tor our subjugation. We have recovered Texas, from tho enemy, and Arkansas with the exception of a few fortified posts; nearly the whole of Northern and Western Mississippi, Northern Alabama arid Western Ten- nessee are again, in our possession. All attempts to penetrate from the coast have been baffled. In Southwestern Virginia successive armies have been routed. A portion of Eastern Tennesse has been re conquered by our troops. The enemy's main army, after a series of defeats and constant repulse of repeated assaults, is fitill engaged in an effort to captuie Petersburg. The army nf Sherman having succeeded in obtaining possession of AtlanU, >s unable to secure any ulti- mate advantage from this success. Had we boon compelled to evacluate Richmond as well as Allan lu, the Confederacy would have remained as defiant as ever. No military success of the em my can MC. complish the destruction of Confederacy, nor save the ent-my from c insum diain of blood and treasuro whioli continue until he shall er.no peace aHamuble unless b.ist'd on ihe recogni- tion of our ijideleasiuii: lights, No change in ihe conduct of foreign affairs can be announced. The recognition of our indepen- dence is withheld irom us on the thai rucugniiiou would bo valueless without mlervuntion. Wo wish no intervention. We know ourselves ful- ly competent to maintain our rights and indepen- dence. IVire is impossible without independence, and it is nut to be expected that the will anticipate neutrals in the recognition of mat independence. The total amount of the public debt, on the first of October, was eleven hundred and twenty six millions ol dollars. No additional appropriations are required ibr meeting the luuds of the public .service up to tho first
ast, inst, by the Rev. Neil MrKay, Mr. JOHN W. HowAitu to Miss FANNIK, daughter of Gen. A. D. McLean. At the residence of Dr. Allison, on the October last, by J. J- Aliison, Mr. EI.K PETTIOKKW to Miss AMANDA J. MUKHAY, ail Orange County- wSPAPER MEWSPAPKJRI
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