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EIBL.mirICIVEC:I: I EL3III
if 11_8 discovered most certain, speed 3
II end etlectual remedy in the world for
DISEABEB OF IMPRUDENCE.
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Weakness ot the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Pains It
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young men especially who have become ttte victims 01
colliery Vice, That dreadful and destructive habit whin) ,
&annuity sweeps to an untimely grave thousands
Finale ices ol the most exalted latent and brilhant.intel
who mig tit otherwise t Ise entranced listeninf
Senates with the thundere of eloquence, or waked to ec
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slurried persona, or timed contemplating marriage, be .
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Immediately cured elnd a ndi vigor restored
Bo wno places himself under the care of Dr. J., may
rocttionsly coudde in nis nonor as a gentleman, and eon,
dently rely upon hie skill as a physician.
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with frtquent hi ushing,ationded sometimes with derange.
n.eut of mind were cored immediately,
TAKL l'Att rICULAR NOTICE
. .• oresses all those who having injured them.
selves hi' ;,,v,te and improper iudulgeucies, that secrf-t
and solitary ::bit which ruins both body and mind, on•
fitting them for either business or society.
The, are some 01 the sad and melancholy ent.ets
duceu toy early habits of youth, viz : Weakness of the
Balk and Limbs, Pains in the Read, Dimness of Sight,
luatof Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyr—
qepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the DigastivE
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progressing on with-lrightful rapidity, till death pate a
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DAUPHIN COUNTY BIBLE SOCIETY.
The ninth anniversary of Dauphin the County
Bible Society was held at Halifax on the 19th
At 3 P. M., the delegates from various aux
iliary societies assembled in the Methodist Epis
The meeting was called to order by the Presi
dent, Hon. A. 0. iliester, and opened with ap •
propriate. religious exercises, conducted by
Bev. Messrs. Davis, Ehrehart and Lame.
The following persons then reported them
selves as representatives of the local societies :
Alillersburg Bible Society.—G. M. Brubaker,
John J. Musser, Peter Roming, John Heiney,
Henry Beard, Daniel Heckert, Jacob Rathvon.
_Halifax Bible Society.—Dr. Witman, Godfrey
Sammet, James Ferguson, Rev. Mr. Kurtz,
Samuel Landis, William Lodge, Joseph Landis,
Armstrong Union.—John Zimmerman, Jos. P.
Lyter, John Enders, Jos. JlLlier, Samuel Miller,
°mules Beigle, Jno. Bowerman, John T. Spayd,
Dauphin Bible Society.—Dr. Graydon, Rev.
Mr. Moore ; Rev. G. J. Marts, Luther Poffenber
ger, Jacob Stevenson, Rev. J. W. Davis.
Coreeloum Bible Society.—Jacob Reel, Sr., Hon.
A. 0. Mester, John Reel, Miss Emma Funk,
Miss Sarah Pyfer, Miss Bell, bliss Mary Reel.
Afiddletow3l Bible Society.,—Rev. T. K. Davis,
Rev. I. S. Lame, Rev. U. I. Ehrehart, Prof. L.
Paxton Bible Society.—John P. Rutherford.
Baritzburg Bible ,Society—A. K. Fahnestock,
Rev. J. Colder, Rev. W. S. Wood, Rev. E. S.
J (Allston, Jeremiah Uhler, Samuel Holman, Jno.
Young, F. Wenrick, Caldwell, Rev. A.
X. Shoemaker, Bev. Jos. Gregg, Rev. R. J.
Carson, Chambers Dubbs, Franklin Bennett,'
Rev. Cuss. A. Hay, Mrs. Eliza C. Colder, Miss
Emma Elder, Mrs. Susan Phelps, Mrs. Wallace,
Miss Mary Wolf, Mrs. Ingram, Mrs. Martz, Miss
Nuuemaker, Miss Isabella Van Horn, Mrs. E.
Brenizer, Mrs. Mary Parker, Mrs. M'Fadden,
Mrs. N. Brown, Mrs. Carson, Mrs. H. Dexter,
Miss Anna Scott, Mrs. J. C. Clark, Miss Gettys,
,ties Margaret Parker, Miss Alice Quick, Mrs.
Martha Wharton,nars. Mary Alsted, Miss Mary
From the remaining auxiliary societies there
were nu representations in attendance.
The proceedings of the last anniversary were
then read, and a committee was appointed
to nominate othcers fur the ensuing year. 'his
committee, consisting of Messrs. J. P. Ruther
ford, Rev. William Martz, Rev. Mr. Colder,
Jonas Reel, Rev. Mr. Ehrehart, there
upon retired to the lecture-room. During
their absence the.convention was addressed by
the Rev. J. H. Torr. nce, Eastern. District, Sec
retary of the Pennsylvania Bible Society, who
cordially congratulated the society upon the
gratifying evidence furnished by this convention
of unabated interest among our people in the
A committee was next appointed to prepare a
Bodes of topics for discussion at the meeting
The committee appointed to nominate officers
then reported the following names :
President—Hon. A. 0. iIiEsTER.
Tram Presidents.—Joshua Elder, B. I. Wiest
ling, G. J. Martz, Benjamin Moyer, William
Martz, D. W. Gross, Cleo. T. Hummel, I. 0.
Witman, I. S. Musser, John Care.
Becretary.—Chas. A. Hay.
i tTreasurer.—A. K. Fahnestock.
Executive Commatee.—T. H. Robinson, C. J.
Erehart, A. K. Fahnestock, D. W. Gross, Chas.
A. Hay, Dr. W. Graydon, B. B. Leacock, R. J.
Carson, A. D. Mitchell, J. I'. Rutherford, John
A. Weir, Jacob Houser, T. K. Davis, James
Golder, W. S. Wood.
The convention then adjourned to meet at
half-past six o'clock, the assembly being dis
missed with the benediction.
The convention met according to adjourn
The opening religious exercises were conduct
ed by Rev. Messrs. Johnston, Lame and Krause.
Portions of last year's proceedings were then
read by the Secretary for the information of the
large audience that had now assembled, after
which the reading of the special reports of the
various auxilliaries was called for, which were
laid before the convention, as follows :
KILLERSBURG BIBLE BOCIESY
Rev. Charles A. Hay.
DEMI Sin :—The following is the report of
the Millersburg Bible Society, according to your
instructions, viz :
Amount on hand, time of last report...s22 95
Amount collected during the year 25 88
Amount received by sale of books 98
Total receipts $49 8
Amount expended for books $7 40
Amount donated to D. C. D. 5... 30 00
Balance on hand
Donated 7 English Bibles. $ 1 75
" 1 German " . 56
Value of books donated $ 2 31
Books in the Depository,
Nov. 12th, 1861 :
23 English Bibles
4 German "
1 English "
4 German and English
14 English Testaments
Value of books in Librarian's
Value of books given away and on
hand $l3 26
Value of books and cash on han1...525 67
JOHN S. MUSSER, Pres.
Damn iamixa, Sec' y .
ITALLFAX BIBLE SOCIETY.
.H.Astens BIBLE SOCIETY, Nov. 12, 1861.
Amount on hand two years ago $lO 87
Collected since 19 24
Received from sale of books. 5 27
Expended for books
Cash on hand
Books in in depositaryjk Englisbiland 1
German Bible, and 5 German Testa
Total assets of Society
Given away 2 Bibles worth 75 mot&
J. ratiNSON, Sec'y
`INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA., FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 22,
31111ERSBURG, Nov. 14, 1861.
DAIIPRIN BIBLE SOCIETY
The anniversary of this society was celebrated
on the tenth of November, in the Lutheran
Church, when a large and interesting audience
was present. The annual report was presented
by the President, after which addressea were
delivered by Rev. Messrs. Howard, Moore and
Marts, of the Methodist, Presbyterian and
Lutheran Churches respectively, and a collec
tion taken up for the society.
President—Rev. G. J. Martz.
Vice President—Rev. A. Howard
Secretary—Rev. A. D. Moore.
Treasurer—Mr. P. S. McCullough
Dr. Wm. Graydon, J. Stephenson, J. Mourey,
L. Poffenberger and Jefferson Clark.
Amount on hand, time of last report.. $32 87i
Collected during the year 4 63
Total receipts 37 6O
Amounted expended for books $3 00
Amounted donoted to D: O. B. S 20 00
Total $2B 00
Balance on hand in books and money.. $l4
LINGLESTOWN BIBLE BOOLETY
This society was reorganized in the Mount
Zion Church on the seventh of August, 1859,
when addresses were delivered by Rev. Messrs.
Brady and Martz, since which time no meeting
has been held.
Lthrarz Tu--Thomas Srohm
Messrs. Peter Heekert, Daniel Aungrt, Jesse
Lenker,Dr Smith and John Shope.
Amout of funds on hand at last report $8 00
Value of books on hand 6 48f
Amount collected since last report.... 12 00
Total 25 437 1
lIIDDLEFOWM BIBLE SOCIETY-ORGANIZED AVQ.
OFFICERS —President, Dr. B. J. Wiestling ;
Secretary ad Treasurer, C. J. Ehrehart ; Executive
Committee, Messrs. J. Croll, J. Rife, J. Roop, S.
Raymond, D. Kendig and Rev. Messrs. D. A. L.
Laverty, J. S. Lane and T. K. Davis.
Annual sermon was preached in the Lutheran
church on the evening of the 224 ot September,
by Rev. J. S. Lane.
Amount on hand, last report.. $l6 45
Amount collected during year. 70 20
Amount rec'd by sale of books.. 41 39
Total receipts $l2B 04
Amount expended for books... $4l 26
Amount donated to D. C. B. C. 65 00
Value of books given soldiers.. 640
Total expenditures $111.66
Balance on hand $l6 88
Eighty testaments valued at $6 40 were
given to the J. D. Cameron infantry.
About one hundred bibles and testaments are
in the depositary whose value is $32 68.
PAXTON BIBLE SOCIETY".
The representative of this society, J. P. Ruth
erford, Esq., made a verbal report, exhibiting
the increasing liberality of the friends of the
bible cause in that rural district, which cer
tainly excels that of many other more numerous
and wealthy communities. Their contribution
this year amounts to $27,46.
COXISTOWN BIBLE SOCIETY
The President of the Convention reported the
gratifying success that had attended the efforts
of the ladies who had undertaken the collection
of Bible Society funds in Susquehanna town
ship. In view of the general pressure of the
times it was regarded as cause for congratulation
that in this portion of the county also the con
tributions to our treasury had increased. .They
amount, this year, to $41.19.
HARRISBURG BIBLE 9 OblErf
This has been a year of more than usual in
terest for our society. In accordance with the
recommendation of the County Society, at its
last anniversary, our long established custom
of taking up a collection in church after the de
livery of the annual sermon was dispensed with
and committees of ladies were appointed to call
upon all our citizens for contributions to the
treasury of the Harrisburg Bible Society. In a
few days they had completed the work and
doubled our usual revenue. Their presence,
also, in considerable numbers at this conven
tion, testifies to their warm interest in our cause.
For the second time in the history of our as
sociation we have been favored with the pre
sence of the Parent Society in our midst. The
Pennsylvania Bible Society held its anniversary
in our city in ----last, a tneeting that will
long be remembered by those of our citizens
who participated in it as one of unusual in
More than ordinary demands have been made
upon us during this year in consequence of the
multitudes of soldiers who haVe sojourned in
our vicinity. These were mainly supplied by
, grant immediately from the Parent Society ;
though, as will be seen from the accompanying
statement, we have not withheld our hand from
this good work :
To balance on last settlement $ 15 67
Cash collected by ladies in fifteen wards
in the city 250 60
Subscriptions handed in by members.. 825
Donation from the Methodist Church.. 17 32
Cash paid Dauphin county Bible Society for
Bibles and Testaments, as follows : •
To the poor, 9 Bibles.
To poor Sabbath Schools, 42 Bibles and Testa-
To Penna. Asylum, 20 Bibles and Testaments.
To Volunteers at amp Curtin and such as called
for them at the Depository, 500 Testaments.
One Bible for Preacher's use at Camp Curtin ;
In all about 573 Books, valued at $ 60 00
A Donation to the Dauphin co., B. 5... 241 74
After the presentation of the foregoing re
ports, the Treasurer laid before the meeting his
annual statement, as follows :
A. K. Fahnestock, Treasurer, in account with
the Dauphin County Bible Society, 1860 :
N0v.20, To donation from Berrysb' g B.S. $37 88
~ " Millersb'g " 30 00
. 23 60
To cash rec'd from sale of 2,889 books 396 08
Donation from Paxton Bible Society 27 46
" " Millersburg 80 00
To cash paid Pa. Bible Society for Bibles 448 04
To donation to Pa. Bible Seciety 355 51
To freight, &c
To baL;nce on hand
" Hummels'n " 16 00
Coxestown " 41 19
Middlettn " 65 00
Dauphin " 20 00
Harrisburg " 241 74
. We have on hand at the depository 791 Bibles
and Testaments, worth $2BO 00.
We presented to volunteers about four hund
red copies of the New Testament.
The committee appointed. to' suggest topics
for discussion this evening then made report
proposing the following themes
The Bible, the book for the present crisis.
The Bible Society, an agency peculiarly adapt
ed to facilitate the circulation of the scriptures
in the army.
The duty of all patriotic citizens to rally to
the support of the Bible Society in her praise
worthy efforts to accomplish this work.
• J. H. Torrence.
Commttee C. A. Hay.
C. J. Ehrehart.
Each of these topics was then discussed at
length and with much spirit, the audience
manifesting much interest in the exercises
which were continued until a late hour.
At the close of the discussion the following
resolution was unanimously adopted
Resolved, That in view of the largely increase
demands recently made upon the Treasury of
the Pennsylvania Bible Society for the supply
of our State troops with the word of God, our
County Society is . called upon, and herewith
pledges herself, to make an earnest effort to
come with increased liberality to the relief of
the Parent Society.
The President was then requested, by a
unanimous vote of.the Society, to return the
thanks of the Convention to the citizens of Hal
ifax for their generous hospitality in so kindly
entertaining the unusually large delegations
from the auxiliary societies. This duty was
very appropriately. discharged.
The Secretary was instructed to return the
thanks of the Convention to the officers of the
Northern Central Railway for their courtesy
and public spirit in granting to all our delegates
free passes to and from the Convention.
The Rev. Mr. Torrence was requested, by
resolution, to send a copy of the annual report
of the Pennsylvania Bible Society to the Presi
dent of each of our auxiliary societies.
The Executive Committee was instructed to
arrange a series of meetings to be held within
the bounds of those auxiliaries that have not
been represented in this convention, for the
purpose of endeavorbig to revive in their midst
a warmer interest in the Bible cause. The Rev.
Mr. 1 orrence, who has kindly assisted in such
efforts heretofore, consented to spend: two Sun
days and 'the entervening week in company
with our committees that may be appointed for
The Convention then. adjourned, with the
CHARLES A. HAY, Sedy
ON and after Monday, Nov. 4th, 1861, the
mails at the Harrisburg Post Office will close as
For all places adjacent to the line of
th'e railroad, between Harris
NAIL 6 80 A. M
For New York; Philadelphia, Lan
caster, Bainbridge, Columbia
and Marietta 12.00 DI
For Philadelphia, Lancaster and
Middletown' ..4.40 P. M
;For New York, Philadelphia and
Lancaster 900 P. M
LEBANON VALLEY RAILROAD.
For all places between Harrisburg
and Philadelphia, and adja
cent:to the line of the Leba
non Valley and. Philadelphia
and Reading Railroad.—WAt
For all places between Harrisburg
and Altoona.—WAY Mem...6.30 A. M
For Pittsburg, Johnstown, Pa., Cin
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NORTHERN CENTRAL. RAILROAD
For all places between. Harrisburg.
and Lock Haven,and those
adjacent to the ne of the
railroad.—WAY, Mau.......12.00 M.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD.
For Washington, Baltimore, York
and all places along and ad
jacent to the line of the rail
. road. —Wax Mau, 10.00 A. M.
For Washington,. Baltimore and
York... ..... . .. ..... 9.00 P. M
CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD.
For Hagerstown, Md., Chambers
burg, Shippensburg, Carlisle
and Mechanicsburg . 7.00 A. M
For all places between Harrisburg
and Chambersburg along and
adjacent to the line of the
'railroad.—Was Mau. 12.30 P. M
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For Pottsville, Ellwood, Pinegrove,
Summit Station and Auburn, 12.30 P.M
For Linglestown, Manada Hill, West
Rau:Lover, Ono and Jonestown
on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday 700 A.
For Lisburn and Lewisburg on Sat
urday 12 M.
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$3.50 for 1000 WHITE ENVELOPES, with national and
patriotic emblems, printed in two cohere.
Please give us a call. THE F. SOHEFFEE,
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WOULD respectfully inform his old
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continue to give instructions on the PIA NO FORTE, IdE.
LODIWN,VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUGH
BASS.. He will with pleasure wait upon pupils at their
homes at any hour 'desired, or bulging Will be given a
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German Reformed Church: deol6-dtf
FROM PORT ROYAL.
Arrival of the Steamer Baltic.
The transport steamer Baltic arrived at this
point this afternoon, having in tow the gun
The news from Hilton Head is unimportant,
affairs being in the same condition as at the de
parture of the transport Atlantic.
Purser Allen, who is a passenger on the Bab
_brings $19,000 in treasury notes, which is to
be forwarded to the friends of the Fourth New
Among the passengers by the Baltic is Dar
ragh, a member of the 9th South Carolina reg
iment who wes found in Fort Beauregard. He
took :the oath of allegience and intends to turn
his attention to farming in the North. He states
that he had been five months in the service of
the rebels and complains bitterly of the treat
ment and food received by the soldiers of Jeff.
Gen, Price Returning to his old Camp
Rebel Legislature in Session at Neosho;
RDINANCE OF SECESSION PASSED.
ELECTION OF GENERAL RUNS TO TUE
Advices from the southwest are to the effect
that Price has abandoned his position at Cass
vine, and is moving towards his old camp at
Neosho. About 4,000 of his army under Gen.
Harris were on the Kansas line directly west of
Carthage, with the evident intention of entering
that State and ravaging its southern counties.
Harris.' force witc principally cavalry and In
(Ten. Lane was in that vicinity with about
8,000 infantry, and it is not improbable that an
engagement will take place between his and
It is reported that there is a camp of 600
Cherokee Indians in. McGee county, Kansas.
The rebel State Legislature in session at Neo
sho had passed an ordinance of secession, united
the State with the Southern Confederacy, and
elected Gen. Rains one of the Senators to the
Confederate Congress. It was thought General
Parsons would be the other Senator. It was
said General Frost, of camp Jackson notoriety,
would take the, command of Gen. Rains of the
MPORTANT FOREIGN NEWS
7.30 A. M
Arrival of the Steamer Asia
The royal mail steamship Asia from Liver
pool on the 9th inst., via Queenstown on the
10th, arrived at this port this evening too late
for her mails to go south to-night.
The Asia brings £25,000 sterling in specie.
At a meeting of the shareholders of the
steamship Great Eastern in London the report
of .directors was adopted and resolutions passed
to raise £25,000 in 10 per cent debentures to
equip her for sea. She is expected to leave
Liverpool again next Februaiy.
The British men-of-war Conjurer and Sauspe
riel were to embsrk marines on the 9th and
forthwith depart for Mexico.
The London nmes thinks the operations of
the expedition will be very easy, but difficul
ties may arise from the different political sym
pathies of the three powers.
It is reported that the United States steamer
James Adger, now at Southampton, will leave
for the Medeteranean to look atter privateers.
The Grand Duke Constantine, of Russia, and
the Duchess are on a visit to Queen Victoria.
A strike among the cotton spinners of Preston
was imminent, owing to the threatened reduc
tion of their wages.
The French Government has given reassuran
ces to Switzerland, which will have a tendency
to quiet her apprehensions arising from the fact
of the French troops in occupying the valley of
It is probable that this difficulty will be ad
justed without any unpleasant consequences.
3.00 P. M
The rumor is revived that M. Foulk will
shortly resume the ministry of finance in the
The financial accounts of France show rather
less uneasiness and the bourse closed firm at
It is reported that Garibaldi has announced
to the Central Italian committee, through Gen.
Tuir, his firm intention not ..to provoke any
movement in favor of Rome or Venice ; at the
same time he wished the Italian armaments
and the popular sympathy for the union of
Italy to be encouraged to the utmost.
It is rumored that the preparations are being
made at Genoa for a revolutionary expedition
to embrace Montenegro and all the slave popu
lations of Turkey and also Hungary and Gal
NEW YoRE, Nov. 21
ROLLA, Mo., Nov. 21
NEW Yoix, Nov. 21
Ittam tinting gars.
kering procured Steam Power Presee3, we are prepar
ed to execute JOB add BOON PRINTING ()revery ciescrip
tion. cheaper than it can b- done at any other establish
ment In the country.
A1,17t . F.T.F11 , 11.
/Kir Four lines or I.!s constitute one half square. Eight
nob or more than for consti ute a square.
Half ,quare, one day
one week ....
c. one year.....
One;Sguare, one day
Business notices inserted in the Local Column, or
before Marriges and Deaths, EVE CENTS PER LINE for
rat- Marriges and Deaths to be charged as regular ad•
North Carolina Wheeling
Into the Union Line.
SECESSION FROM SECESSIA,
A Provisional State Government.
Forty-five Counties Represented.
TUE STATE OFFICES DECLARED VACANT.
'Marble Nash Tailor Declared Governor
with Power to Appoint State Officers.
THE OLD NORTH STATE REPUDIATES
Correspondence of the New York Tribune.
HATTERAS INLET, N. C. Nov. 18.
The provisional State government for North
Carolina, the establishment of which has been
in contemplation for months past, was formally
instuted to-day by a convention of delegates
and proxies representing forty-five counties of
The following ordinances were unanimously
• 'By the People of the State of North Carolina, as
represented in Conventlou, at Hatteras, Monday,
Nov. 18; 1861.
"Be it ordained by this Convention, and it is
hereby ordained and published by authority of
the same :
I. That this Convention, on behalf of the
people of North Carolina, and acknowledging
the Constitution of the United States of Amer
ica as tae supreme law of the land, hereby de
clares vacant ail State offices, the incumbents
of which have disqualified themselves to hold
them by violating their oaths to support the
"11. That the office of Governor of this Com
monwealth having been vacated by the death
of John W. Ellis, and by the active treason to
the Union of his constitutional successor, Act
ing Go' ernor Clark, therefore Marble Nash
Taylor be hereby appointed and declared Pro
visional Governor of North Carolina.
"111. That the Constitution of this State and
its amendments, together with the statutes and
laws thereof, as contained in the Revised Coda
put in operation January 1, 1356, be declared
continued in full force ; also such subsequent
acts of the General Assembly as were not adopt
ed in contravention of the National Constitu
tion, or in derogation of its authority.
"IV. That the ordinance of the Convention
which_ assembled at Raleigh on the 20th of
May last, proclaiming the Secession of this
Commonwealth from the Federal Union, such
Secession being legally impossible, is of no
force or effect ; and said ordinance, together
with all other ordinances and acts of said Con
vention, or of the General Assembly, made and
done in pursuance of the treasonable purposes
of the conspirators against the Union, is here
by declared ab initio null and void.
"V. That whereas it is desirable that this
State shall be represented in the Federal Con
gress, and maintain her due weight in the coun
cils of the Union, therefore the Provisional
Governor be directed hereby to order special
elections, in accordance with chapter 69 of the
Revised Code, as so in as practically and expe
dient, in any district or districts now unrepre
sented. And, in view of prevalence of armed
rebellion and disorder in many portions of this
Commonwealth, the Governor is hereby directed
to issue his certificates of election upon presen
tation of such evidence as shad satisfy him of
the fact of an election.
" VI. That the Governor be authorized and
empowered to fill such official vacancies by tem
porary appointments, and to do such acts as, in
the exercise of a sound discretion, he may deem
expedient for the safety and good order of the
The Convention has adjourned, subject to be
reassembled upon the call of the President.
Governor Taylor has issued his proclamation
ordering an election for the Second Congres
sional District, to be held on Wednesday, 27th
The great seal of the State in possession of
the Rev. Mr. Taylor,
is a beautiful and very ap
propriate device. the Goddess of Liberty, re
presenting the Union, bears in her- hand a
scroll containing the Federal Constitution, to
the benefits of which North Carolina, typified
y the Goddess Ceres, is suing to be admitted.
In the distance is a ship emblematic of the com
merce of the State.
Thus has another of the seceded States for
mally returned to her allegiance. May God
speed the work now. inaugurated in this good
old Commonwealth, until her whole people
shall be redeemed from rebel tyranny and usur
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