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: to in it is state it. in order to convince our its truth. WVac then shall we do to check this evil and put a stop to this open violation of a known law?7 We suggeat to the police of our town and the patrol~ throughout the district, district, to pay no regard to monthly passes authorizing authorizing negroes to pass and repass without stating distinctly the points to and from which they are permitted to go and return, but to treat negroes travelling with such tickets as though they had none at all. We would suggest further, the strict enforcement of the town ordinance, now of force, in our town; let all negroes found hiring their own time, be arrested and properly punished;I but. above all, let us see to it that the owners are indicted for the violation of the law. In this way, and in this way alone, can we check the evil, and rid our community of a set of colored rascals, whose villainy is only equalled by that of the white men who have seduced tem from a course of honesty and sobriety. If this cannot be done let the law be repealed ad let us either quietly submit to the wrongs which we now suffer, or take the necessary steps for our individual protection. Mla'mcu A A FUUrAi.-Abou~t the end of last month thme following singular misiske waq made mat Dole, France: " Two persons hmad died at the hospital of that towm, atml were to b~e buried at the *a~it utime. The~ de cse were a-younig girl and a s.ldler of thne gmarrlson. Jiatt cofiun beinzg pliu-cd alomngide of each other, they were so confounded that the girl was accompanied to her lost home hy a platoon of dragoons, witl. militarly honors,'while theyoumng soldier, coverwith coverwith a whmite pall oit ilowers, pious emblems e. purity anel innoenue, was borne on four fems nies hioublelrs, and followed by a procession i. yong girls reciting prayeis." SPOR TING INTELLIOENC.-We learn II'ot the N. 0. Picayune, that a match has hee.m losed, fur $20,000 (10,000 a aide,) distanc" four miles, and repeat weIghts for age, hala forfeit bet ween Nicholas the I., owned by M. Hunter, of New York3 and Tar River, the recent champion of the Washington Cous'. Charleston, S. C., owned by Mr. Rare, oft Vrginia. The race to come off in the course of this spring or the ensuing summer, over the Fashion Course.Ex-PaassiNr

Clipped from Edgefield Advertiser06 Apr 1859, WedPage 1

Edgefield Advertiser (Edgefield, South Carolina)06 Apr 1859, WedPage 1
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