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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 January 1870

Tub Bfock fyj^^Ay^Qnz offer to furnish (lie American 4Btock Journal, for one yjar, tot Two Dpjlnrs, it'paid in advance, will be closed en the 1*4 cF Fcbuary. Per sona desiring: to avail themselves of thus advantageous offer, will com; forward and subcribe or renew their subscriptlonb before that date. Our Opinion or Salkday's JH?tNa?. ?We were astonished to hear that we 4*ad givcrg offence to many pcrsous by publicly noticing the drunkenness of ?ale-day. We spoke of it as it was, mail ing extenuated, nor set down aught in malice." A pwpopy to our notice of our aulc-day, wo quote for tho, benefit of] ijthcse ma!-?tfte|jV"?10 opinion Of one or two excmufgbs 'of sale-day in ot her places. The Parlington fyttttlamcr says: "A Tory large number of persons?white and eoloW^asscuibi->d at the Village on Monday last, accordance to old ?custom, and it would seem by the num ber who were drunk, that they would have sav^d: money ami timo if they had remained at home.*' ? Tho Oconec Courier toj...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 January 1870

Negroes at the Academy of Music. About noon on Suturday luat, says the Gfaa?'"*ton Newtt Mr. John T. Ford, the lessee of the Academy of Music. was ar rested iu tlmt buildiug duriog rehearsal, upon a warrant issued by Magistrale T. J. Mackcy. The writ was bused ou the affidavit of a negro man, stating that on the previous evening. January 7th, ho had visited the Academy under Mr. Ford's management, applied und offered money for a ticket of admission to the orchestra or dresa circle.of the building, to witi"ess the performances, and was re fused by Mr. Ford's orders, in violation of tho laws of South Carolina, made in pursuance of the aols o. Congress for bidding any distinction on account of race, or color or previous condition. The officer informed Mr. Ford that if he would proceed to Magistrate Mackey'a office, No. 29 Broad street, he (the offi cer) would follow in the rear. This sug gestion was complied with, and the sent of justice reached. Tho mngisirate was surrounded by a larg...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 January 1870

Negroes at the Academy of Music. About noon on Sat unlay lust, says the Charleston iVVs, Mr. Johu T. Ford, tbe lessee of the Academy of Music, was ar rested in tliat buildiug duriog rehearsal, upon a warrant issued by Magistrate T. J. Mackey. Tbe writ was bused ou the affidavit of a negro man, stating that on the previous evening, January 7th, he had visited the Academy under Mr. Ford's manugoment, applied and offered money for a ticket of admission to the orchestra or dress circle.of the building, to witness the performances, and was re fused by Mr. Ford's orders, in violation of the laws of South Carolina, mude in pursuanco of the acts of Congress for bidding any distinction on account of race, or color or previous condition. The officer informed Mr. Ford that if he wonld proceed to Magistrate Mackoy's office, No. 29 Broad street, he (the offi oer) would follow in the rear. This sug gestion was complied with, and the sent of justice readied. The magistrate was surrounded by a larg...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 January 1870

Negroes at the Academy of Music. " ' ' ' ' r J ' -I About noon on Suturduy lust, says the Charleston News, Mr. John T. Ford, the lessee of the Academy of Music, was ar rested in that building during rehearsal, Upon a warrant issued by Magistrate T. J. Mnokey. Tho writ was bused ou the affidavit of a negro man, stating that ou the previous evening, January 7th, he had visited the Academy under Mr. Ford's management, applied and offered money for a ticket of admission to the orchestra or dresa circle ol tho building, to witness the performances, and was re fused by Mr. Ford's orders, in violation of the laws of South Carolina, made in pursuance of the acta of Congress for bidding any distinction on account of | race, or color or previous condition. The officer iuformed Mr. Ford that if | be would proceed to Magistrate Mackoy's office, No. 29 Broad street, he (the offi cer) would follow in the roar. This sug gestion was complied with, and the scat of justice reached. The magistrate was...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 22 January 1870

two B?iiA&n pbr annum, <- GOD .A/CSTD OUR COUNTRY, ' < always in advanoi, VOLUME 3. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1870. NUMBER 49 AT LEWISVILLE.?Wcdnesdny and Sat urday. Resides at "Oakland" near Fort Motto, S. C. dec 18 3m law XOTItE. DeTreville & Sistrunk, ATTOUXHYS AT LAW, QRA&aEIfUilG, S. C. ff. j. DkTbkvills. F. 0. SisTurxK. juae 12 tf GLOVER & GLOVER, ATTOUXl'TS <xii'Nsi'^i.oies at 'law, , n\ r.i?i. ivv? ?>. it.. r>. T??e. W. Guorr.n. MouTiMkc Gi.ovcr. j?? 2 ly BUTSONS & LEG ARE, ATTOUNF.VS AND SOLICITORS, tfill attend the Courts in Orahgcburg, St?xawell and Beaufort, and the United States Cearts. OFFICE AT ORANGE BURG, S. C. ff. If. ncr?ox. W. F. RrVsox. T. K. Lecakk. Jan 23 c ly - . _ _ _ _ . _ ____ IZLAR & DIBBLE, ATTORNKYS AND SOLICITORS, OR A XG Eli L'KG, S. ('. Jams* F. Izi.ah. Samuel Diuiilk. feb2* ? ly MALCOLM L BROWNING, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OHANGEIMLTRG C. II., So. Ca sog 21 ly FRED. FERSNER, dentist. Will be in Orangeburg every Thu...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 22 January 1870

- _ ?_ TWO DOLLAR? PER ANNUM. } GOD AND OXJJl COXJISTTHY, { ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME 3. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22. 1870. NUMBER 49 AT LEWISV1LLE.?Wednesday and Sat nrday. Resides at "Oakland" near Fort Motto, 8. C. dec 18 .".m DeTreville & Sistrimk, AT TO 11 NEYS AT LAW, OR A *\7t ED Hit G, 8. 0. "tT. j. DkThkvills. P. 0. Sistri-xk. june 12 tf GLOVER & GLOVER, ani> j "~ *itSfitf:<r*T.T.r,oR8 AT Is AW. OH ANOKLUKU O. It.. S. C. Tu??. W. tit.ovau. MohTiMKB Gi.ovkb. )?* 2 ly BTJTSONS & LEG ARE, ATTORNEYS AM) SOLICITORS, ?Will attend the Courts in Orahgcburg, Barnwrll and Eeaufort, and thtt United Stales C??rt?. OFFICE AT ORANGEEUKG, S. C. IT. M. Hlthon. W. F. IIptson. T. K. Lea a he. Jan 23 c ly _^_iAi^_._._ IZLAR & DIBBLE, ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITOUS. ORAXGEM'RG, S. C. Jim F. i7.1.ah. Samuel Didblr. f?b 28 * 1 y MALCOLM L BROWNING, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ORAXGEBJJRU C. II., So. ?? aug21 ly FRED. FERSNER, DENTIST. Will be in Orungeburg every Thursday, Friday and Saturda...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 22 January 1870

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS SATUBBAY, JAN. 2?, 1870. *> MALCOLM I. BROWNING, Editor. Our Duty. The following article from tho Union Times, has the right ring in its tone: Another year is upon us, and before its close, we will hare another general election. Stato officers, members of the legislature and congressmen aro to bo elected by us in October noxt. It is of vital moment to the bcsc in terest of our State, that tho present in-' cuinbents be "defeated, and good men elected in their stead. This is practica ble, if we will simply do two things, which wisdom demands. ' 1. Be united. ? He - who prefers a man or set of men to the success of the party opposed to oificial dishonesty, is not true. He may boast, that ho is not fettered by party nominations; but when he pursues a course, which must end in the defeat of'" good men, he is himself not a putriot, and not to be trusted. 2. Wo must be practicable. Tho fourteenth and fifteenth amend ments to the Constitution of the United States, hav...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 22 January 1870

THE ORANGEBUR? NEWS "SATURDAY, JAN. 22,1870. , MALCOLM I. BROWNING, Editor. Our Duty. The following article from the Union Times, has the right ring in its tone: Another year is upon us, and before its close, we will bare another general election. State officers, members of the legislature and congressmen aro to be elected by us in October noxt. It is of vital moment to the best in terest of our State, that tho present in-* cuiubents be "defeated, and good men elected in their stead. This is practica ble, if we will simply do two things, which wisdom demands. 1. He united. ? He ? who prefers a man or set of mon to the success of the party opposod to official dishonesty, is not true. He may baJisi, that he is cot fettered by party nominations; but when be pursues a course, which must end in the defeat of' good men, ho is himself not a patriot, and not to be trusted. 2. Wo must be practicable. Tho fourteenth and fifteenth amend ments to the Constitution of the United States, have sett...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 22 January 1870

THE ORANGEBIJRGNEWS "SATURDAY, JAN. 22,1870~ MALCOLM I. BROWNING, Editor. Our Duty. The following artiole from tho Union Times, has the right ring in its tone: Another year is upon us, and before its close, ire will have another genorn) election. State officers, mombcrs of the legislature and congressmen aro to be elected In us in October next. It i* of vital moment to the best, in terest of our State, that tho present in-* eumbents be ^defeated, and good men elected in their stead. This is practica ble, if we will simply do two things, ?which wisdom demands. ' 1. Tie united. ? He ? who prefers a roan or set of mon to the success of the party opposed to official dishonesty, is not true. He may boasfc, that he is not fettered by purty nominations; but when he pursues h course, which must end in the defeat of' good men, he is himself not a putriot, and not to be trusted. 2. Wo must be practicable. Tho fourteenth and fifteenth amend ments to the Constitution of the United . * States, h...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 22 January 1870

, Tj O c a. Ij . 8Al\UKi>Ax\ JANUARY 22, 1870. The Sroctt Journal.?Our offer to furnish the Orutigeburg News and The American Stock Journal, for one -y-Jar, for Two Dollars, if paid in ndvnuco, will be closed ou tho 1st of Fobuary. Per son* desiring to avail themselves of this ?advantageous offer, will cottis) forward Und suberibe or renew their subscriptions, before that datfl. >- ? The Court tuet on Monday hist at hull' past two O'clock, and Uns beeil ehgtiged duriug the Week iu the trial of cases ou the Issue docket. Capt. F. 81. Wuniiainukiir, Was, upon examination, admitcd to the practice oi' low. We have, received UA selection from nn epio poem, by a Scribbler." a piece of] rare merit utid beauty, which is on file for next week. The Report pi the Committee on Fer tilizers of our County Agricultural So ciety, will be published next week. Our old Irien I Mr. 1). Louis, at the corner, is closing out the entire winter stock on hand, at cost prico. (all soon eud get bargains....

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 22 January 1870

_, LQC .A Xj . SATURDAY, JANUARY 32, 1870. Thk SrocK Journal.?Our offer to furnish the Orattgeburg Nkws and Tho American Stock Journal, for ono-year, for Two Dollar?, if paid in advance, will VSe closed ou tho 1st of Fobuary. Per ?ions desiring to avail thotusclves of this advantageous offer, will cotiu forward und subcribcor rcucw their sub6erintious before that Jute. *- ? The Court tuet ou Monday last at half past two o'clock, and has ItCeii chgaged during the week iu the trial of eases ou the issue docket. Capt. F. M. \V innamaker, Was, Upon examination, admited to the practice of law. We have received "A selectiou from nu epic poem, by a Seribblor." a piece of rare merit and beauty, which is on file for next week. The Report of the Committee on Fer tilizers of our County Agricultural So ciuly, will be published next week. Our old frien I Mr. 1). Louis, at the corner, is closing out the entire wilder Btock on hand, at coat price. Call Boon j end get bargains. We have received fro...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 22 January 1870

? c a. Tj : SAT^J?^Ati JANUARY 22, 1870. Tn* SroCK Journal.?Our offer to Furnish the Urangeburg News und Tho American Stoek Jor.rnal, for ono-year,) For Two Dollars, if paid in advance, will be closed on tho 1st of Fobuary. Per sona desiring to avail thomsclves of this advantageous offer, will cntlu forward and aubcribeor rcucw their subscriptions J Wore that tlate. '?' -* 4 > ? The Court tuet on Monday lust at half post two o'clock, und 'hu? beeil Chgtiged during the tfcek in the trial of casus on the Issue ducket. Capt. F. M. Wanuatitaker, Was, Upon examination, admited to the practice of j We have received *? A selection froui n? epiopoem, by ti Scribbler/' a piece of tare merit and beauty, which is on file for next week. The Report of tW "onimittce on Fer tftizcrs of our Cot y Agricultural So ciety, will be published next week. Our old frien I Mr. D. Louis, at the ?corner, is closing out the entire winter Btock on hand, at cost prico. Call soon ?ud get bargains. Wo have recei...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 22 January 1870

A iYtigmOiit. uy "KAU1X." .'*;?>>?? _? AcroHi! fi-orr my whitlow, over the street, Lives iv little maiden protty nml neat; And "ofl at my window, feeling sad, I watch for her coming to make mo glad. And it makes me happy to boo her face, And her dear little form of artless grace ; To hear the bright tones of her girlish voice, That come to my heart to bid it rejoice. Each morn from my window, across the street, I eeo the gay party of school-girls meet; And the dearest and brightest of the party Ie my little maiden over the way. And sometimes I fanoy, sitting up there, She looks at my window to bid mo cheer; And I do feel cheered as she trips away, Cheered and ready to go through the day. God made the brlght*flowers and birds with their song To bless and to brighten our pathway along; "She comes to blese me," sometimes I say, My dear little maiden over the way. "A thing of beauty's forever a joy" And often I think that again Tin a boy With tho bright romance of that sunny day W...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 22 January 1870

A Fragment. UY "KAU1N." AoroBH froir my window, over tho street, - Lives n little- maiden pretty mid neat; And oft nt my window, feeling sad, I watch for her coming to mukc mc glad. And it nmkcs mc happy to see her face, And her dear little form of artless grace ; To hear the bright tones of her girlish voioe, That come to my heart to bid it rejoice Each morn from my window, across the street, I sco the gay parly of school-girls meet; And the dearest and brightest of the party Is my little maiden over the way. And sometimes I fancy, sitting up there, She looks at my window to bid me cheer; And I do feel cheered as she trips away, Cheered and ready to go through tho day. God made the brigh'Mlowers and birds with their song To bless and to brighten our pathway along; ?'She conies to bless me," sometimes I say, My dear little maiden over the way. "A thing of beauty's forever a joy" And often 1 think that again I'm a boy With tho bright romance of that sunny day When 1 think of my maide...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 22 January 1870

A Fragment. UV "KVOIN." v.<v /?,'-'? * ? Across from my window, over the street, Lives n littlo maiden pretty and neat; And oft at u?y window, feeling Bad, I watch for her coming to make me glad. And it makes me happy to seo her fane, Aud her dear little form of artless grace ; 'to hear the bright tones of her girlish voice, That come to my heart to bid it rejoice. Each morn from my window, across the street, I sec tho gny party of sohool-girls meet; Aud tho dearest and brightest of the party gay Is my little maiden over the way. And sometimes I fancy, sitting up there, She looks at my window to bid mo cheer; And I do feel cheered as she trips away, Cheered and ready to go through the day. God rnndo tho brigh^fiowers and birds with their song To bless and to brighten our pathway along; "She comes to bless me," sometimes I say, My denr littlo maiden over the wny. "A thing of beauty's forever a joy" And often I think that again I'm a boy With tho bright romance of thnt sunny day Wh...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 January 1870

*89 { is .H Vb?>? ,h )!^ I tt**J ?til ai ?isk?t> **BJ ?>?{"*? wrofl ? > t?Lfii._ ? >Ji -mo ??bhfl ??T ?I Jtoifcttftiv*^ Im? ?*?''? ? H . v y LnTT> .'j .a <isi j -U *9?0 j r roo^tfl?u TWO DOLLATA^.P^U ANNUM. } VOL?MEi3. .w ji .errsi .18 fM???t, M ft IrJt aifellM ?*f> nviTSivi! ??dl f^J l*n>*l?o? ^*ho4Q JosuitoiUii ??? tol Mls-vS tti tnnflsb em aar* .?ein :t ?uil vsUfffvn sent t] Mar ??.i*byii ?i?TT j?\hi [to fc .rr oAuiivJll bsWKSflPO P'i Ql fct 'til itMsfltwafob *di knivai* ham batoffcsti b*4 ffktohiic- ? ?d? fe't?9$ ?-.*w?iJ **?? IdtoIT an .9la*mnn vt k^.v-v; . ^ ALWAYS IN ADVAKOA, NUMBER 50. ? the orangeburg news t^Urt red ^4?L*-a??cL?J-iq V.u-'W ?'!; V? It* ?f ?n! i<f lirrAV"-** lti? .??-?' in -?via e ??'?IRt.S. 7/i lIALTifr CIO. Ptr^psABRs AND PROPRIETORS. **".- '--. ?feUqt>V) Vf??C<B?i La*' I ;: t \\t\*t ,*<St\ On?*.'0??*Jbn^a!ypai-.:i*U.?...*:. $&06 | M ?? " Rix Motion.. l.OO Any -one sending TEN DOLLARS, for n Clnb of New Subscribers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 January 1870

-ir-^---'-^K*-^-"jp| \ * ., J. x? < 1# .H Yctl /. ?1 ^ R?mk I >??*:> ??dl mi -?*fl* ? Of ?.*l?e ->1il ?dJ i?. m?it**J*S I V ??aisfiijrruV ?? ?> ? TWO DOLLAR^.AMI ANNUM.} VOLUME. 3. ? . t....a ?????-?? 1-iJ-L--ui SATURDAY MO ?tw^-j?? ?dl j ao WH.fl trjjiall ?dl Im Jiu ?ui V alt} ly*.?*?" xd ?>??.???i??0 ^5 jo# .i:-j..>?f >jdi tol ?1*?8 on a** ,r?.-)H>J p>d^ ;/ m? n? bibab ?irfT .*?\f?i [^?idt-asut drivw m? uw ? i> I : . . _i _. A Mr f wtVtab rnli bo)*} rue baa ts? ??? L-?ti ibaca# j ivbitr- ? 11 "ii* r jwrtll lot | <{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCK. ? ? 1 -r? THE QRANGEB?EG NEWS weft 'if Jfl t- irfsftd L ^amii? ?"? '. e" ... , i ?Iiiitt^ poBijftusu at QiuxewmRg,^. C. %? ?i uai ?"<* t Jt'iSft""*"! ;ti ri rt-.<rs r <<* ?hm &. jt w -rim PURSUERS AND IUloFRlF/fORS. " l - ??toVyjq :o:?- ? l; du* ,.<D terms of srnseRirrrox. ?nel.'Spy* for one year...:. $??fl " " M Six Months...!. ].<H) Any onesendin?: TEN DOLLARS, for o Club of New Subscribers, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 January 1870

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 January 1870

?**?}> ?wnl ni i jfci-.iacaM TWO DOLLAReJRjBR ANNUM. J. .m a>a y^:j??fiij[:>-/Aao it; Toawoj -t*ic*T<I0 liU -ot ?Mc?*M?*t>t &aa a?(9 VOL?MEi3^> J ^ ?df ?mw?a *4> v?r3 7&W>T?M>1 jdT Ul-uf. ,ti >tff?: filz i;un--? 1*9 *cft j ao aoioB ix?ti?tf ?dl >? Jutoft Ufjunibai ?di to* mumj ? ?ml ^B ufuiMri ?HHH?B?iB? Wl?Vuif?? ?wf Of (UiMf - V r.i/H. } MMfctmbb *tU bsffflTut ham b~>1?\bel b*J I ?icn&i'ifK?'"> (ritt- <toi*?11 1?1 UlllD ><J c*ci? t?Uj uw>?j miy JatoM _1_1_J_._1 Ii_._I_J_L MM dttirw 01? <>ijv -#iA Mil Bit ,yTOWI??Jtl| <{ AVVVAYS IN ADVANCE '??????in;' ' rr ?. '. | ?' -1 ? ' irr; .rrTT-Tty Mb fro* .list Of ?J (4 ? 50. ''S?? ?* r*?mf ,',.??,?;? .at ?;uni:l' / Ev.ry Salunlay Moi^|^H nITAS. rr. IT ALT) TUjEJ^HKUS AND VIM Will ETORS. >KV^J#i'l >?rCO**r->-.u t-it - t. ?!ti?? ,n|l{ v.tkrms of ^HUFciurTro^^J <?n*Co-py ?orrin.- ybitK;;.'..... S2.(!0 ?? " ?? Six Montau.!^.I Any one "Sending TEJ? DOLLARS, for ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 January 1870

EGRANCrEBUEG NEWS SATURDAY, JAN. 29,1870. MALGOLM l. BROWNING, Kd?or. Virginia Restored. The bill for tho read mission of tho State of Virginia to the Union was passed in Congress, on tho 22d. The announcement of the fact was tho signal for great rejoicing at Richmond. A salute of a hundred guns was fired in honor of the event. Several thousand persons wcro present. National flags were raised ou tho ?apitoL Governor Walker made a speech congratulating the people and predicting a glorious fu tuic for the State. ' A colored conservative made a speech to the same effect. Concession after concession was made, and Virginia is admitted, upon terms, to the Union, of which, a free soverei n, she contributed so largely to establish, and which sho adorned. Tho "Mother of Presidents" tho homo and tho grave of Washington, subjected to terms, aud jx-nnittedto return, to her allegiance to her conquerors ! Alus! days of yore, notions of State rights, obligations of contracts, recogni tion of t igh...

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