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?U.-S.-tlRANT, of Mo.
Hon. WM. D. KELLY.
ot" Pcjr.isy 1va? ia.
Sc^. of ?talo, Chal les F. A?ivn**, io? MASH.
: Soevo? War. .Maj. Cen. A. .A. Terrey, ol Oo im.
Sec. of Tivt?ary, Win. l'jtt.Fosd'Rniictr, ul' Mi*,
t^ec. of X?vy, Jhiao?. VV? ?.lriv.ivi?; br?o wa.
?Sx'.. of In tor ?er, SchbyJay OoJfax, nj I.v?ir.ns.
Post-Master, Gen. .lohn Minor, ll otu, r.f Ya.
"Atty. ticiiCKnl John A. Iliiirchu.?*.?. of OUio.
'-'.u tile?'name of our country sud human Kbtr
*?y w<e net wp our banner. MTe ??? oar riap;
tho rosst l>eaei, ?ri which is inscribed o'ir ticket
.for i*S?S; Wo $ j far (?rnnl lieeftase '.tO .-ave-.i
th? nation; atul we go foi*kellby because h-.s
principles purified the tuition. tie that ru titi
. may redd;'and he that reudsT.iay ron. The eyes
?.of tito' nation 'r.rv now being turtilvi tipoii thc
'hero of the second r?volution <\s the people's
choree "for tiie highest OiHcv ts ((re gift of"tb?
. Anicrionii tiobplo. Our platform ;s- Lbynlty
. against' (reawu ; ititclligKice against ?gi...ranee.
The'Galena Oazetle-publit.hv.vi at tho city
'which wa?tjra.Giant's notrtetiil hi? vr.liinteored
-.o tight for tbC'Uniou-thus sneaks of the great
' captain** pvi?tj?iii sympathies :
u We kuow nil hit/ hopea and sympathies'?fe '
' with thc gmtt sod patt io tic Union party of this j
country. Jii feeling nm! Kt-titintent he is thor
. nughly identified with ti e millions of loyal peo
.ph? who, in thc long years bf war. carnage; and !
blood, gave their hearts, their blood and their
' treasure to their country. He hit* neither s} :n- j
pnthy nor toleration for any party, nur unv set
<if men, who were against thc country':a*'tlv.s I
.terrible time of trial and peril, through which!
it' h mr safe 1v nmsod." i
VSaturclny, April 7?li4 '1666.1
What wo Want.
The war bf arms is over-thc iilooiiy conflict
.'.tas ceased-1 mt iho battle i: r??ged on another ?
'theater, anti thc arena Of thc ?trite is only chatige.il
from tlie battle field beche busting. Greek still
rmeets Greek, anil the uSfcr ol' the. giants still ?roes
*on. The lines .ire still upon us that try u ?oil V toil In
''and tlie great want ol rho hour ii inch of nerve and
principio .md purpose, tu meet the crisisluul grap
ple Ti'ich rlu; living principle* tbiiZ'rmde?lic the
prom questions bf thc they; Tlhttil/rfm?-seri'hijj I
'"nen who Itop to eoitllt'nrr?cs, calculate couseipicu
'ccs, and sec which side "thc majority will choose,
?should he shullled from t he. ?tagt? and consigned in
.merited obscurity, " iniu'cpr, nr.ln mered and un
'in all the groat departments nf civil, political and
?..'?s.? i a I HS?, there comes np :i universal and minni
mous protest; against that inefeciiary, craven ami
-?.ccomniodat'ng spirit which yields great nnturV.
'Vigil ts .md hulividttat du'JCS1 to expeli? ney. Tho
man that stops to inquire what thc world will say
or what this one or thar one will think nf hiv course,
will never make his marl; on the hgiy/ir write his
name yere high bli thc scroll of ?ailie. Ile Mire you
-s.ro. rigfa-take your positon lourle.sslynnd in thc
'face of open day, upon thc pint form of'justice, hu
'rtianiiy and equal rights, un ti then stand tlic/re iii
Fpl?C of .he frownr, sneers und persecutions nf tuen
.'ind deS'ilsj tm! if yoii can't convert tin; world to
your fait li, you cnn command its admiration ami
respect for your honesty, lirtuiicsB'ililli decision of
purpose. The call for e.ani<:?t_, practical, persistent
?1I01?8 hacked liv a strong arm, a .-toni heart and mi
unyielding spirit, and sincere, energetic and iiiitiiful
work, was, perhaps, never st; great us ni Ike present
These over cautious men who wear velvet slip
pers, and arc constantly in a spasmodic slate ol'
acrvous pxritement lest they should disagree with
sonic; hoi ly, nr. tread on somebody V corns, will never
'accomplish aiiyrhing honor?t ?lc to themselves br
useful to their cotuit fy. They con
struct a man ol'straw A nd then run from him. They
never venture upon an independent decided expres
sion ol' opinion, without first looking anxiously
round to sec if there i.s a lion in the wey. We Jun e
preei'jus lillie use now for men who carry their po
litical principle.* in fitch' pocket, ami sell them hy
tho. yard, gbi'eriiad hy Hie standard price nf gold,on
the fluctuations of Wall street exchange. They arc
not che men fer a crishvand this conn try will never
rio saved or lo*! by their influence.
It indicrtos cowardly. Craven spirii to endeavor
iV>- ebiiceai itonein ophiiniu and principles in thc
hope nf steering s?felvand rj 11 ?orly he tween LTO rx
:vomes. ft is far hrtter and noble.? to throw 0111
sclecs inio the Irrcacli ami h?lfet ila; sturm, Icc it
'.onie, from \rliH?evoi' source it may. hut .vour prin
.-iplet ho Jtn/.'Wii, fe'.l ?ed aekiiorrlodiicd hy the
world,. bc thoy ?vb4t they Jtuty? and v/hetli?r said
world will smile'.?r fiowu, 1'rocl.jintyi-io' jiositioii
?rV'pc? tht licitsi tops, and give thf hold and ellcct
: ve ex pi csi.it m ?f it fo thu winds; nod though it
eweop-i from lituler* yon every prop and -lay, iJic
rc-actiflR wi ll wa ft hack honorand self .?j,t>'|x'ci and
?VliaiKro. lt ?rill plaee in vonr lunids a suirr title
nf ththilky (han hlond or fa-iuily HT ptuiitioii can
bring. We'"Mut laen MC puppets'. Wc- want
sialesiUMC, SlOt llciMttgogUf.f. VJ'e n ani principles
instratj of rickey phtttoVius- iiive us tlie?e ami all
vrill l>elight .".nd t\ir country Mired.
Appointments of the ?South Carolina
Churl es lon Dislrict, T Wiilard Lewin, I? K ;
Charleston, Alonso Webster fono to lie oup
pliedj; .Suracrville/.?reviit, Joseph ll Sasportas;
Wndmtilaw und Johns isjarids : HI) Owens ;
tvlisto und Jeiioss?c Island?, Bruneis .Sm il ll ;
Orangehurgh 11 itt Hot, Thomas Phillipa : Co
?limbia Circuit, tb he supplied; Camden Dis
trict, M'lri / Chile; Bifimtcr, to he supnlb'd ;
.l->iirliii|*ton, (lo; ?'MofeiK-e. dil ; Chernw, do;
lk-nnforv W J LMVipf/e ; Litdier. and .?st. Hel
ena Islands* to he supplied. M Fr?i?cli, ehhp in
the army,-tn'oUiber of ??cnufor: tjmirtcrly Con
^r.oil?hX I;T?V?tif;v -l:'.:?t.l.Y ?'. I.B.?VITT, V. v..
.1 icksimrillc, to be supplied ; Punrnhdinn. .1
'! Hincrson ; Si Augustine, itt he supplied; New
}nil.vrim, do ; Lake (hiv. iln ; Iiniiisvilh'? do ;
i'cljuhidxs'.'w, do; Apoliiuhitjolii, do?
TOT* fjar-^i nnrts v?vns7 LI-.-'V.I.VT'.?*?-^?-.?? T- yjigifunwa
lt is quaintly obWrvfrd by a cotenip??rij(iy that
lust spring, n traitor, rebei ot copperhead, wat
ono who did trot stistniu thc; President. This
spring a relVel or copp?*ciicMl is one who tioex sup
port the i'res.cietit. ' Lust yciir, to speak lightly
of the President was tressent. This year, lite tes.
j of loyalty \s denunciation of the Executive. liait
I yent' southerirseceisiouists were lighting to ge1
Iou! of tire Union; ihi.; yoar-thoy are lighting
equally as hiwxl to get bank into the Uuioti. Hui
? they tilt! secessionist ?. still.
The first six months of our paper have expired
und of course the time of ?mr six months nubs
scriber* has run out ; n?id unless they renew
j their subscriptions their papers will he discon
tinued. Our subscribers will, now this fnct, ned
I conduct themselves accordingly. If yon- want
I thc Leader, send up thc greenbacks, nothing else
' -A jll bring it. We don't want g<il?l, ar? that i.i
' not the Government currency, and na lu yid citi
zens we should feel bound to refuse it.
tiff The second auuua-1 celebration of the
Young Men's Hrothcrly Association wns held
?"i Monday the 2nd inst, when the following
offlers vere elected for tko ensuing yenr. M. IL
I Camplin, /'resident.; Rdward Brown, Vico Pre
sident , \V. S. Call, Secretary ; !.. I,?viii, Trea
surer ; li. Parker, Trustee: J. Furguson,
Chairman Executive Committee; A.. Cndett.
Thc New l'oik Ht) nf j, in tts summing up of
tho Civil 1 tights Hill, says:
.Shall our children soo R neuro in the I?rost
dctitial chair? The Civil liights bili provides
for slick a contingency.
And the Constitution of the United Stntci
says that men of the editor's'stripe sha!! not.
We don't blame James Gurdon Bennett to find
fault with any bill that docs not gyve him thc
Finne rigiits us a native born citizen. At any
rate, the native negro can oc-ciipy the Preiidcr.
t ?ni chair when th? consistent Scotchman :?
among thc anteroom waiter:?.
Kv lilt ir S.\TfitHAv, No. 1*1, opones with nh ar
ticle from " The Spectator," severely criticising
Mr. Bancroft's oration. Tile remaining contents
arc a couple of capital stories, several short essays
and two or throe pages of foreign notes, lt is a
very lively, piiptant and readable number. Tho
feoiiteilts of'* Kvory Saturday " are gleaned from
the'whole range of foreign literature, and lite so
lections are always of the very highest order. lint
'Tickiior ic l-'ield never stifler their iuipriut to ap
pear v.jRjn au inferior article : ?nd their name is,
of itself, a sufficient guarantee for any work.
Wassy's MisLnko rnrnllolod.
The President's recent charge aga i tist S te ./ens, I
Sumner, fte., of instigating Iiis ais.tssinatioit, rc-j
minds one of Mr. Nashy's unfortunate blunder'al
'Washington, a? related by himself in a lutter)
-printed iu " Tho Hight Way V for Feb. 2-i.
COI.OIVRI) LA tu i s' UUIOK ASSOCIATION" 'A??D |
GEN. Birii.KK.-The following is a copy of tile
correspondence between thc Ladies' Union 'As
sociation of Colored folks and Miijor-Geh?rnl
Benjamin F. lintier, who opened thc war 'rond
from Annapolis, Maryland, to Wushingtdn, in
April, ISfil :
PtiiL.vnp.i.i'KtA, linc, ll, ISO?;.
3/<y\-G*e?i. IL V. lintier :
llr.si'i'.O TKO G EM: li AL. - AM corresponding
secretary nf the Lndies" Union Association.
formed in Philadelphia, for 11 io benefit of sick
and wounded c<dored soldiers, the duty de
i volves upon me td Apprise you that,, at a recent
?fair nf lin; Association the accompanying vt st-j
i melita were ntnong the principle features of nt
I tract ion, to be voted to Generals Grant, Sherman
Sheridan, or Huller.
j Thc simple performance of a duty is gonerirl
I ly attended with sutiufactiim and pleasure ',-;hUi |
'? in the present inatnnee it ii with more titan or
dinary satisfaction and unfeigned pleasure that]
I nnnounce ihe awarding to you of tlies'? 'cin
I blcms-impressive of the feelings of n'grhtef?l!
; people-by the decided majority of four bun- j
I died und fifty votes.
it was a knowledge of your ninny nets, not]
onlj those;familiar to the publie eye, but also I
your kind and impartial ?leeds towards bili-tm-I
fortunate mee, many of which fought so n?biy
in defence of the Union and the principle* nf|
freedom, that prompted the selection of ymir
nnme as. a fit champion in tho contest for this j
acknowledgment of gratitude ; and, although
to some it may seem small und trivial, y,-t rest
I assured, General, 'tis the representation of n
piinciple to which we hope to be found ?verj
true, und to you we deem it especially due, re*
mcmhci'iug lliut your nobb; and Christian deeds J
? ere performed at a time when the public
liment of the entire tuition wns so decidedly!
unfavorable to our interests and nd vol sc to our]
In behalf of the Association nod in the mime
ufa people piompted thu? to act by feelings
emuiuttjng from grateful hearts, 1 beg you to
nrcep: these evidences of our true ajipreciutinn
j of your principles mid of the giest liei vittc reti
? dered by you io lin; cause of universal I re ed o m.
j fl'oj-.ing timi prosperity ard success tony ev? r
I attend you in all your i ifni ts lor the luaintm
! mic?' of Vighr and the true benefit of nil mun
j 1 am, Ter.)' respectfully, yours,
(JAUHii: lt. I.!: Cor.VT,
Cor. Sec. L. IL A.
WASHINGTON CITY, Marah 13. lStUl.
! Ltul'iCfvf the !'n'ion Association; f'hi/atMjihi(t?r ,
MLSI?AMK.S - lor your bellin ifni presents, for
warded to me by your corresponding spoietar}-,
Carrie lt. Le Count, which have given me ihe
liveliest sntififnelioh, p?ente accept my thanks.
Hieb nud intl-ir.i.icully valuable ns they pre,
they have a- higher and nobler relue to me, mid
? sluill be laid up, with other trensuics. endeared
1 by suered meiinlrjes; ns n legncy to ri?y children. !
j I he earnest of grateful appreciation of what 1]
j wished, Hither ihrtn What I ivus enabled lo do,]
I iii behalf of tims?; on whom organized sin .?nil
I wrong hud subthiticd every outrage through
I g<-m ruf ions, these giits, miltie more pieeious hy
the voto ol' preference which awarded them, arc
ut once the exemplar and ?vidence that the mee
of colored men I ave the high virtue bl* grati
tu t?u mid lim intelligence fit the ni ass to appre
ciate the efforts mude to rni?ci their condition to
equality of rights.
Their soldiers, in tunny fioh!s, under thy eye,
hu ve .shown high courage, endurance, and patri
otic devotion. Who shall suv ihnt siic.li midi, soi
[ willingly perilling their lives to save the court-I
Ul. are not fit to take port in the chasing bf
their own rulers, sud in enacting their hwti
bites in the country which ibo}' have helped tb!
: sara ft om their rebellions foes:
I Petinlt hie nguiu to express my thanks for
? yo?r ?iivo'r, ?nd believe me
Faithfully, your friend,
BJ.NJ. J'. Ht 11.1.ii.
.Volumed monster 'sid he lately ilrranud
; thia lo; bad np ungi! by his side, and'ii poll link
ing f?tiiiij tl ivus Uuhb?y Ddt t?li* wm! !
A SOUTILL?lvN SEKMC?.
Thc It'oxb?ry [Muss.] Journni says :*
A fr ?cn <l has lutnishod us \viih n New Or
leans paper containing a report ut'a Hermon dv
I livered on Sunday, thc fin instant, by Kev. C.
K, Mufshall, 1). 1)., in that city. The preacher
gave out aa Ins inutile: The Design of Provi
dence in the Events through which the South
had just passed," and thou launched into one of
those " political discourses," of which om
Northern Domucrals have such II horror-when:
inven by one of the opposite vr?ty of thinking.
The sermon is a curiosity, and wo wish we had
space to lay it nt length bfforo our renders. A
summary of itu points must sufliccJ They
1. That thc cause of tile South was just.
'2. 'Thai slavery, for w hich they; fought, was
3. "That tho rai li and file of the [nhcl army
deserved all pruise. end to be ?heldin everlast
?t. That while it pleased Providence to over
throw their peculiar institution, anil defeat
their oniiv, yet 1'iovidvncc h.m cow pens?t od
them hy developing the material re-sources of
i. That the Somborn people oro to.miihittiih
a distinct and.sectional existence.
G. That Ibu Irish,'mid all other nationalities,
nm invited to tho South, hut nu pine? should
he given to Northern people.
T. That the people of tito South, hy the adop
tion of a new policy, shall yet bs the conquer
ors, and shall see the time wheo .. th.' spielet
will weave her weh on the spindle!) of Lundi,
mid thc owl sit amidst its desolations; ami
when a (htmanche from the West shall Mt on
tlie Minindi of Hunker Hill and sketch lin
ruins ot Huston."
The speaker fittingly closed with it eulogy on
Andre Johnson, ile styled him the greatest
President since Washington, who had iii vol
oped a character os unexpected mid ns illustri
ous as Louis Napoleon himself. ?>*.'Nttpolcon in
Europe," snit! he, "und Johnson in X nt erica
the t wo greatest men of the age." The rebels
who made up thia congregation canto down
with thundering applause at this passage. Tin
unexpected character that Johnson lins devel
oped has endeared him beyond even ibo Buller
-ing martyr ut Fortress Monroe.
.DiGKCTioNs rou un: Yuin, 13Gil.-The yciii
T36C will be a very eventful, uncommon, ont
to every maiden who gets married. Through
out tlie whole enuise ul'tho year whenever tin
moou wanes the nights will grow dark. If dan
dies v. eur their bein ds there will lc ;e.-s work
for'thc barbers. He who wcois ids iiiouslnchr:
will have something to neeze nt. Whoever is ir
love this year will think lus mistress un angel
'Whoever gets marri?!I will timi out. whither it i:
'trite. 'I1? that loses his hair ibis y ?tir will grim
JJe thal loacs his life, this year will bocomt
a widower. If a young lady should hrrplpci
to blush sh" will be red in tho face. It jsl.l
dreams of n young mon throe nights i" s tictes,
sion, it is a sign of something.. If she dreams o
hiiu'h?ur^tim^s, or has n te.-jifitTohe, \1?S? t^t.- ti
one thot'she is u long linn- in gcttiiii^ ?ith?r o
them'oiit of her head. If any body juitip**ovor'
bonni without knowing how to swim, it i- lei
to ono that lie'gets dibwned. If any one iend?
an umbrella, it is ten to erne thal he- i- ob Iii; ci
to go home in the ruin for his pubis. Whoev?
funs iii debt tili? year will lie dunned. Mm;
an old ?inner will resolve to turu over a nev
leaf this year, hut the now leal will tiifil on
e. blank, lt is probable tlu if ibero is no busbies
doing, people will cbmpluiii of linid tiiliee, ho
it ?Acertain that those who hung tlienis. ly.
will escape siurving to Heath. Ile that hite* lil
'his nose or turns politician, will act like ii loni
and this is tho most certain of all.
Tho Froodinoii of Texas.
The San Antonio I lau ld ul tim Sill ultinu
" From H friend Of ours who has just rct uriiei
from a inp up tlie 'Colorado, old Cliney, inn
oilier of the mos? impoi taut sections of the Stiii
wo derive the- most satisfactory information re
speeling thc prospects for the coining ci (ip. Til
plumers are almost universally posscssei' r.f t.t
higher hopes and far brighter prospects timi
could possibly lui vii beeii anticipated ut the bli?
set of the ycur. Nearly all the ?ottoii planta
\.ions in the sections-visited hy our friend are i
cultivation, most ol them with n fair supply ii
labor, some with more thiiu-efct before employ
ed upim them, while some were still short <
them, lu general, planting operations -.?rn
fully tis far advanced as lisna! at this time ol' ti.
year, mid the juoporiion of e-.Hon ami other croj
(bongil greater I han hus heen customary h oreti
tine-', was yet noi such us io threaten the search
'. lu nearly ?very instnncc thc planters upo!
very favorably ol' thc disposition und conduct i
thc negroes so far. The hands are generally d
viii od into squads, each under a black io'rcniii
und a proportionate extent of ground is uss ig m
to each sound. The foremen exercise a stun
? contfqKsoycr their squads, and ihb hjnd? ihci
selves a rc'rapid ly learning, from I he instinct
self-interest, the hcec??i!y cf making every lain
or ?lo his Tilly. Tho pillion of ?lie i lops assig
lid lu tho lin nils varies from one-quarter tb ni
I third, and in .some few hisiimccs one-half \i a
! lowed them,"
'J*Tni Herald habitually shows its (perhn
just) contempt for ihe understandings of its p
! trbin by such puragiuphs as thc following :
" Shall a negro supersede Geh.Ginnt hs Go
rfal-in-Chief nf t!;c United States Army : 'J'
I Civil llights hill says that he can do so." ,
- Wi have hitherto presumed that Gen', fifa
j attained and holds his high position hy virt
I of ills soldiership; hut The Herald makes hi
IJcutinaiit-Goticral hy nason ol' the color
his skin. If that ho the case, tn be a Limiten
j Genera] is nothing lo he proud nt.-Tribune,
Thc great ijiisit.mi lhat now ox ?re if
the iirithluclical und grummuticul of o
city i.? this : " winch is thu more corni
lo say .six and live mc twelve, or six ai
live is twelve," tine ol' our lust schob
? s ii y s ii is grammatically and arithmetical
correct (o say six and live nie twelve. I
conclusion is opel! to grave dobbie,
Tin* best thing to give enemies is forgiycnei
' to your opponent, tolerance ; lo a friend, yo
heart : io n child, n good example ; to a fall
deference ;'to you mother, conducl (hut w
make brr proud of you ; lo ymu elf, rcspvi
I lo ali men, i hm nv.
Articles inscrtotl under lhi:< head arc urlttfiuby
I, ul-. UV s|. ill III publish t'dwfr
iiiimit'iitioiis t l'uteril, loo du not Luid mu sch i si c
Kpousililu lor their .sc uthiiiilltti Jf "r
'.lor correspondents me ?e-pectfully rcipivstcd
tobend tis more legible mamiserpt. We tuny
oe iinclirtKiiuh, lott wii must at IciiM insist opon
an i for I, and dotted al Moo.
Ma. KIOTO r..- 1 iliid the fol lo win? spicy and
^jbiloT pepporUh " artie!?; in Uni Daily .\'.o.-.v
of (lie 3rd inst. 'As it was (hiubtlcst intended
to lie ra til ey nbur]i lind sever, 1 proposent rehder
it harmless hy t liking both the cd go anil thu
point oil it though it litis not much of lither :
" Aii'on;; ihe limited humber of M hilo persons
?.lin aitendi'd I'retK jlougliiss mid his colored
I eompunio-ts, on ila* occasion of tin ir visit tu the
i L'resiilt-hi, WHS one Calvin Popper, who, wi' bo
'lie vi?, chinned to hail from South Carolina. We
I liiel ua il:e Philadelphia ttii/itircr, a Pad icu 1 jiii
i jier, of the 'J'.'ih ult., a notice 01 Mr.I'epper, iv bil
il seems, hu- gul himself into tionhle, having
failed tn obtain t?ie lissent of tin- fi ccdmcii io thu
exchange ol' thin cash lor hi- line ivor na and
mural ideas, Which he it ganh ?I as nv ititi plc*
eipiivnleiit for ?til thc savings which they -gave
liitii en opportunity t:< pocket, 'rio re is a gund
many Peppers heio. ion! we would suggest lo
our col.oed people tu have nothing to ilo with
those iiol)?e ii])osih-s in the "Cni-f." Most i-f
them are tis great humbugs uti Calvin P."
We ii ie eCritiinlv very much obliged to the
A. ir.? for ii.? I.inti considerations and will try and i
take it- fi ?chilly tiggl -lions ni the spirit in wlileb |
they wei, given, l! in trite some i f ns might i
pi i f r to folia w our ono Mi;'-.; -st i ons, hoi if (iii r
host fii'iid'- v.'i'l insist un putting us on our !
yilan! 'igiii.Tst pickled Peppers, and whispering |
a wold ul good advice in uni uais. it seems I lint j
j common politeness would prompt ns lo give |
tbt-iii tit lt.'asi a 'respectable hearing, lim still'iv*; ?
I fear tia: Greeks evin heating gifts, and would j
prefer that tin ir ii ii nilly advice should come I
j fioiii shine lunn-disinterested sunn i-. We have j
j nm forgotten iii'.' very compliment.ny ;:i notice j
of om anniversary day contained .II that jour- !
nal in issue of the .'lid Jauntily, ami outil 1
j sio li time ns its subsequent conduct shall ob.it- !
date that (univ oui minds ive shall receive nil ,
. frivhdly iidvUcs and ad van?is from that quarter
i\it!i a great ma itv grains of allowance. And
tu save i nv farther trouble or useless expend?
ture of ink, ive would ispcelfiilly inform tho ,
.V - >, ilia: hereafter whenever vie lee! ? osilv?s ,
in net tl of any suggi stions from that sindee We !
I w,ll make it knout! by personal iijiiili-jation ;
ami our silt ncc ni ?i y l)?- ?akin as our con-ent lu
I maha ge mir own ii ira i rs in nw ii way. V,V need
noi b? inltl at thi-- lat?' .lay, who a re our fi louds, ?
or wbii are um eii?iiiics. We 1.av,- had siliticicnt
licht im i ha? suhj ret already moi shall undue: '
ourselves accoidingly. A. KI?.I ?-M .. v.
.l im.s 1ST.INO, April .">. l?Ci?.
I 1 am a soliiier ul" lin- 1'nitcd Sidles iliiiiy. :oni
Kl.< such have tried to do iny duly, .-inti I hope Hm
(?ui, i Mini nt will do if- doti towards me and my ?
race. 1 hilvo'tbiiglii tu save lite. Union, and our.- '
j I think the lliuoii ? rab h I in liiiike a lilli ? saeiilici; ;
, tu sav? nie I responded to thc call ol my coan- ?
'try and k-rjl -i h-lpim; baud to r.aiq tl.O-? i'.ji.f ?
yt lt tell af- the hvi litige oK eve ty Clti/.cil of i!.i> i
cuuntiy. lito't;i>iv lighting is over, find the I n- j
ion mol (he Government nie unveil.
I ic.:,*; COI fess tl,at 1 dil lint like the tileil ff
liebig 1 ft tu the tendir mercies nf those who
i tonghi t>> ovenhio \ ihe Government mid p-r
? pe?nate nur lioiidagr 1 uni a colored snitli'-r,
ii nd lu uh.' tn a it g tiiii M partly composed of
frc ed in in of thu Smith.in states, and 1 know
hun- ni sirihd among our fellow citizens; 1
I hopi' we will gel mir rights lii.'foru the military
is ivitluliA v.-'n ': ;i not, we will stand n hoi
1 ie. I a il-1 ti intt-ri st in this matter, ns hiv
j time is growinu short in the army,' iu-.d ti hen I
iiin* mustered nut 1 want tu know wini t 1 ioii-l
en li my? If. li 1 .-no tn In- II citizen 1 wish tu
enjoy tin- tights ami privileges nf :t cit;/, n. lt
1 am eeithei a sluve nor a ftecmnil, I ivonhl like
Inr sm.ne m ii. lim- my status under the I . (?
veiniociit. I cann,it h.- -.i cit ?'"en, in lin: full
! sense ul Unit lt im ; und I cannot he a slav.- un
it -- 1 have a m a s ti r. and am hi- oh a I tel interest.
Ile ii, a- 1 .-'ami now, 1 mn neither a Cit ison
ihn a slave. Tin n what am 1 ". W ill son.m.
tel! mc : l'.t on Mui'M ti
Cu i '. 35 i h li ts O T.
Me.. Kio rou.- 1 heg th? ptivilege ofg iring iii
! the public, through your valuable journal; a
brief skoicn nf a yiUit that I paid recently tn a
p: ivu'.c school in th::? city, taught hy one of our
mu-t v hrsliy cilixeii?, Mr. lidwnrd llinrd. si
Ins residence, Nu. 103 Coming street. IK- hut
in his school over six'y scholars; mid could
t' rtnh i,- malty moie. It lin kappi ned that I ?vi
; thele jost in lime to it ?tnt s; tin opening of th-!
school, v. huh ii .is il.UK- iii a chi ist ian liku man
i icr. The excitases were ns follows: l-'u.-t, tie:
sininhu nf a Itvinii hi" t-liildnn. Src?nd,
I ,. - ' . ' r . .
, the rcii'ling pl a portion ul thc suet ed scnptuies
and II piuyci hy tin- lencher, followed liv a rc -
heitisiil nt tin' ! o'itl's prayer hy thc children;
?iii. r o l il l', the Ldiildren divided ; sume tu hoitl;.?,
sume to ni mu?; nuil sume- tu silt's. After re
I mailling at I heir .-tildie- a shill lime, the bell
. rang, (Hid t!ie classes were formed fur rciiitntioii
? lt is icaily giiitifying m M*C how rapidly the
: children ure advancing in knowledge ut this
[tiebold; I think if educational Suil?figc should
rvi'irlic foi c ii upon us that Mr. I'o/nrd would not
be much behind thu foremost nt finding voters,
to (lie ballot box. c. ii. v.
j-! listo. Mai? h 111, ISGft,
Mn. KitiTOIi.- 1 would bc very glad if you
would put il.?se few lines int?) your LeiiiU'r, ti*
I have made- up my mind to live in Charleston,
n!'.. i I mu min t? n il out of tlA- si i vice. 1 have
, taken n wile on Kdisto, by the naine of Margn
; ret Williams, i beg therefore that this will be
published, a- lier father uud mother will he
pb est d tn licur from their daughter. I ti list
' that lite lime bus come when Laud you, und all
. ol us can marry hy the laws of (?oil and man;
nr.d liavc n rijjlit to nil law*, as well M'S a right
io light. \V eh ii ve hud n light lo the cartridge
. box, and now we wahl a light lo the ballot box;
II the Mimic ot Repieltntntivrs will (?ive the
i colored men their lights, we will show them
(?int we cnn moke our living; As I have writ
? len so many Ictteis to you, mid have nul sien
j tin m in the i.em?er, I trust you vt ill put this in.
1 received your bill, mid paid Lieut. Clark
j tour dol?ais for ?me year's subscription to thc
Kendi r. Ilesjicclfully yours,
M ill,TON ll. KIN KIN,
i .'u. ll., ;;.'?th Iiigunuit
W/AI/IKimono, S. C., Mur.27, 1800.
Ali: KiMToit.- I hover tnkci np it copy of thu
/.Mtier without thinking of tho grout good it does
lu our people infix'.niii): us pf all timi rclitUM tu
our welfare, giving us good counsel ami udvocat
ing lit? privileges which weat no ?listant da V may j
enjoy, hut lhere are several olislaclci in llie way
which paralyze mir ellbrrs in ubini ni io; these i iglits
nuil privileges tin- greatest is our deficiency in
education wlrieli 1 believe nuttung lan timi!, liar
ninny ami prosperity eaii enable us lo acquire.
Let us seo to it, timi nostone he loft unturned in
this limiter MI tlinit w heil tin; lime will conic when
those privileges aro granted us, we will show to
lin- American people that we are capable of ap
jircciatiitg ami supporting that which pertains to
tie' public welfare
We nsh fur nothing hut right* : if wc got them
granted us wc will make ourselves perfectly salis
tu il. '.Ve (blight fur liberty illili ri.ht ami ? liv not
enjoy tho pleasure ofthat portion of freedom. 1
iiiu-t now rinso as my tibie for drill ii near at
h.i;nl. Vi i y respectfully,
C. .M. MAN.\iM,.Vi). li. :t:.tli liegt.
|N.15. Win n you Copy u <. unmunicutiou again,
110 not send it lo the saine paper fruin which you
take it - ' W;j
Loiter from "Parson-' ttr?wrilovr.
I ) \ eec ri vi: 1)KI'.\I?TM I;\T, )
Nashville, Man li the Sin. 1S'!'!. $ I
(/(.M? ll'. /' A' /'.v. House of /?>/uv.'*7</?//t ei;
Dti.wt S i ii-- l'?acIoseU 1 send you a ropy ul
my pm Tiin ituui, ft oin which you will hain
i lint a fiielion of twenty-one di'organizers haye, .
111 thu true spirit of the late iliii|llt|olls tebol-I
lion, witlidtawn, and reduced nur Mouse bf
I'.i pi. -tiitatives below a quorum; 1 need not
mid further rcmniks, ns the proclamation fully1
discusses the point? at i-sti".
On Kinlay Ust the election $ county nflii ors
took place thtdughout tin; state, soeli as eli I ka,
shi'iil?s. justices, trustees, ami tax collectors,!
and ie. tn;?!.Iii- and west Toiuicsstv t.?o reU'ej??:
have matlc a claim sweep, thining tin.- L'iiion j
im o nu-, ail.! electing their own candidates, I
w?i . electioneered fa od'uei roi thc ground that
tiny were it'hcls, and had crlhct served in thc j
rebel army ur m sonic other way hail given
thru u,thu m e to tic cause of UCtisoii niid iriii- .
When Richmond fell ami L c stn rendered,
rebels anil it any who sympathised with liiein
iv< ic vi ry lespoe'.ful to Uii'ou iii' ii, often ubsi - '
ijuioits--'giiitty Culprits, tin y i vi cully feared
airest aim punishment, and fi 1: (li?t to li? !? t |
alone nail allowed to live wa- iii) ile y had al
i ight to ox peet. Hut since pardons have lulen,
ro multiplit il. inn! ie> tuan has been puni.-h?d, I
tiny lave ev. i y where become impudent hud 'le
ii ti nt. until m niii-- C unities m middle timi west j
Tniics-ie it is dim pitiable to have helli a Un
ioii man. or, ii- a southern mun. lu huve .-ci veil
.n thc Union army. And innitcrs ML- growihg
worse ; the ipeohstruel il traitois ?ipi lily eui-- :
i ii j; loyiil iiiep, and ihren tinine thal the) have ?
lite IVcMlIcitt uti th' ir sile, while Wo al! feel
that the President's policy i- ruinous to us.
WI.i n 1 pul the Tn-ul'nt iii noininntion fur'
t!ic Vu e Lr. --.fLiuy at Ihiliinior. i felt that he
?un? .?.. ?linioiighly committed himself to tin !
Union caiis?, HIUI lind been su hud I y Healed by
the rein 1-, it w as impossible fur hun iver io t*t*t
lound ihehi tf? un : ?'ut I give hun up hs lust j
to thc Union ]>ai;y, lind ns the man who is to j
niuiiic iv Ut.-in H nd I Jenioct nts. Kvery iebid j
in iiU libs country, ovcry/M?L'lolhiii nun., no.! !
evoiy ex-giii ililli ci.n l, me loni) and chthii his
tic tu Io.ii-i ii! thc Picsiileut. file inen w lui bul I
iv fi'w months since ivOte cursing I,un for an J
?iboli?iiuii-,1 i'n I Mailor, iiud wishing l im rxti-1
..mi I, .ii B ii.ev lui executing nil wt.o ihiiii lb|
oppo-- his policy.
Thin; is nviee tho iiinouni of bitterness andi
mtOletilhie in thc Scnith in-day toituid il..; j
I.'iiion .tai! eyerytliin^ Nunlicrn than there w ns I
st the timi' ot" Lee's surrender. Abuse ut Union
mi n, ni tlc- Ki ia.-ils m (".ohi'ie.v?, and -cif-as.
?aiu?d s'upei ioi ity un tin part ot Hie Southern
eiiivuhy hiivo arisen lo stich a licii?ht that loyal
ne n i-nhhot travel un n steiinihont, ot in a rail
Kind -ii \i ii>: >ut bctiig i?>ulted. As il wn
du'in.! thc Mar. so :t is now', all ciiiirts-ions
fr?bi thc Nurll . ur from the mnjorily in (Job
en-s. me rei: m .lt d hs i vidi neos ul liar ; ni! the
niii ii lie! phjn i- i f I Sit I and n.any m w ones,
lire m tull Ida-', threatening Lniii;ress mid tho
Xorth with itltiniate yeii^eaneo, and hoastin? ul
Soiilli?ru prowoss. 'riie l?inM p ipuliir men in the
^realer part <>? Teiiiies-oe to-day are thc min
j tVibst il is I i nj. lbs bcd hu- ih?ir lioslihty tu th? Nm th
?and what tlu-y aro pleased ti? call the - L'a Lcal
I Vinares?," ami tin y, are the elass of men
h'Ot'eil tu Iii! nilices. as tho lalo county elections
hoi\. The samo is true of ?liv emite south, bb ly ]
more so! In a ?void, tin y are resolved upon
1 : c.il.in:: np lin: (.lov?riibiont, and i hoy i xjiciil tu
cf.rry nut their scheine? through the liallot-box ;
and how bien ofeaiidor ami iuivlligencc cnn rc
preieiit tin in as loyal and kindly disposed is a
myslery tu nie. even in this aire ut reiiollioil and j
? treachery. 1 du nut jliidcrsiaml them, ami ibr |
I opportunities for loiir'iiiiig ihbir teiup-i' and alli- j
j mate purpu-es arc as ?iood a . those ul inosM men. !
j Why. .-ir, many nf them nie expoi'ting thc,
I'resideni io disperse I'longivss with th,, hay nie!.!
j a - (IrOuiwcli disp?ised the Long Parliament. Thc \
i'soulhi'i-ii lifiiri is rapidly being lircd lu deeds of
! .var. ;?i.d nil this, and inure, a- I hldieve. has
i been occasioned liv thc mistake ul thc I'ro.-ident. I
Iii.- plan of trusting n hi l- with their -t,ito yu- i
verfiiiionts has had nu eili'cl tin- opposite ut' M i,at 1
he had intended, ll ha? ruined lin* prospects ut ;
the Union cn n. and they teil thu lhere is :?u :
Fiih-'y for them unless L'uniiiesis shall choose to
protect lin m. Lien thu e days ai.o ( icm r.d Thu
mas had tu send I roo) is iiititf Mairindi county,!
I some sixty miles distant, m pron et loyal nu n
I lind freedmen who were fleeing for safety and
, chining tu ibis city.
? Su Liras I am individually concerned, the in-(
temperate ?buso of rebels, ibo denunciation and
I blackguardism bf their reconstructed journals,
i the llircp:. ot' personal violence (nun their am
I nestied patriot?, and the annonyinous letters Of
cowards tlirciiienini; iliy assassination, all fall
I hannie.-'* tu my fet't! No earthly power cnn drive
I me tn mi the support of ibo un ti and party who
fought the h illie of ibo lalo war and pul down
j W ith kind reeolketions bf the past, ami tho
I hope of a pleasant future.
'A'. ' !. 15now x i ow,
I tin Vernor ut Tennessee.
IMPORTANT TO SO UTI IK UN INVI'TOUS
j See ret a i y llnrlnu hus issued tli? following
instructions to tho lion Thom?s U. Thenkcr,
Coinmissibtior of pntents :
I "The subjc-cl of pntents to the ( ?liz ns of
I Slates recently in the rebellion has been sub
I milted to ill? 1'rcsidcnt, and I nm instructed
I hy him to direct that no patent bi; grunted lo
nny resident of a district declared by the
? Tres dint tobe in a state of icbcllioii without
i shlisfrtclory proof of loyalty is ruruished, i ni
hincing the original or nu huiht'iiticntcd copy
bf thc ninnes ty outh ns lukin by said resident ;
and if parties mnkiug r.plicatioii for patent?
I belong to the excluded rinse, evidences ot their
j ipi coil juill ons by thc President should be
. fm lii'ahcd.
J A MUS ll AK LAN.
j Scciclii'iy id Iniciioi Dip t.
Cn AU MISTOS , s. c., Mulch L's, 'sen.
Mit. liiliior-On illuming fioin lin- No rill ii
.'ev weeks lince, uml ii stuning nt y piistniiil do
le's, 1 iiiid il<- i11c?tp'ctisiire tu lind lion Mr, J.
1?'. Caller, iii* Put timid, Me,, lind liven induced
to tiiko charge ol' our S ti bini th School,
Mr. C., i? ii gentleman I hud tlie pleasure ol
knowing boire vims ugo when connecteil willi
u church ri timi eily; mid whom 1 very nun h
regard, li i-* pleiiMHil to meet une here who ie
ttiili.1 his inti u sis int the cutisc of his blessed
muster which he mimili sti-d ni I ho North, lind
n illing to nu i t the scii'Is uml siicct.i ol many
for idenlifying himself n illi the iuteresta of the
colored peuple lu I e.
J um gliiil io say that our school in prosper
ing and rapidly increasing under lus supt i vis
ion, ami ihul holli seholuis and teuchcis ure be
coming warmly ii tl ached to him.
The school n uni bc i s uvei 200 children.
May he bc long spared to labor in the Sab
bath .school, a cause to which he seems so ad
I?, J. AHAMS,
Rector,Mtniunn Presbyterian Church.
" Acckionoy rrosklents " uml Voters.
President .luhiuen, [ti n speech ih'livered in
the llmiM- ni" 1,'eprcscntati .H - almost twenty y ea IM
agu, |5?vittjjr ii liislory ol tim veto p"Wer, aller say
ing til it " it ? as established tn enable lin- people to
n-.-i-t and ivpcl encroachments un their righi.*;"
&e . continues
"We. ??II pass by tim ailiniiiistratiun nf Mr.
\"nn Bil rilli t" (hat ?f.hihil V\ li r, .-.ii'' I hy Miine
-but lint hy iiie- ?ii derision, 'lim Aecideiic'V
1'icsideiit.' ulm exercised tin- po wi r four times ;
ami limier Iii - admim-itriitiun is tin- univ iii-tntui
in w Iiii ii a law was passed over a veto since thc
Origin nf tin" < ?ovi riim. l.t."'
A- Congress luis theeviiletico herc that it ?.sail
'. const Hu) ii'tiiiliy '' pass a law ?iver a vet.., un
inipe it will i.nt allow Mr. Tyler tile Imimr nf ho
ing a prece'lent, tis lui was only ah " Accidohcy
President." Kverytliing in ?his war has hcoii
e with.nit ?I precedent;*' aa i i'', us not mutilate
this siiigiil II it v ol ?ts history.
Tiic ivelliire nf the wm kine ,.i , of ?il Colin
trie-i should ly. cr I"- a rnnsidi ra iii et of higher im -
portanee than the ein apiti.'--s "l" goods. Tiie price
a e?rpenier p'iy.s let hi? shirt, is of small con se -
i|iKtliee m him, v.'heu coin pared with the pi'iii? lu:
can command for Iiis labor
SPEC 1 A Li NOTICES.
'i r; fi
ur ii A \ ii KN i.niiiii:.
NO. ?. \. I'. .11. - A n ;-ul:.i
iuiTtjiii ..f vioir l.iiil?.*''
a ll! ile III lil lill w i du.--.lay
i . i inn:; I ' lt, al I .ill pa-t ;
1'u n ct lui I atti m?mico i? par
tita.in ly icipti'St.-iJ.
iii inlier W. M .
M .i. s I Mt'Nt'-',
M.iub.'rs Cuni eil 'No. 1 arc reines lcd tn m "I mi
Tm "la. Apr. , af hi'vcil o'clock. Prompt ml' iel
ance I- i-. ipi--t.il. i.P l-urknvajuf ?jro.it -IJilpnrl?ncc will:
clue In rm.' M I".
I-,, ariUr. v' . (ilt<>I?l K.
t-LJ?" <? J L~n c*
Mcllili?rs "I (linilii i n.. a ute nollie ii I Ital lins
(J..ui.uii ban ltvi?ti newly renrgiiiii/.. d, "nil "iii mrei at
Iiie titilumi ItoitM* lu M eel nil*.s I reid. utxivr .lidtii -t..
i.ii next Iliiu -J.iyi vi i.ii'..- All uieHiln-ri. sic rcioiv?!
ed t.. ut|.>lid. I'er "n!. :
: : " SAM'iiN Ci i Alli IA Ki.I'. SOCIKTY.
.(liricer? :, .limn s Urluht I'ri-si.lciii : l'eler M a/.?ck.
V io President : .lohn I'"'. Trcii-urer; Pcler ?.
Mnr'uh, .Secrctiiry. ? INdifiliiry 'JV, 15CG; "Jl
:..?' A r.Vl.SK I'l'MOP. is riiculnted that
my place ot l.u-in.-.? 1- r? ni -v. .1 lo Meetiiig Sirrcl.
1 M . ? a 1 1 inf* itu Hi}' I.,i ul? nilli customers timi lal"
still ?;! int old Hand Nil C* l.'i'iiijfi i'pp"*i!c Had.llt!''
-ir..I. wiuie inv ini-im-ss a- au u lu! er t ak IT eon tin lie ii
tb. bjine. Thankful for former patronage
.11)11 N WILSON
[ 0> M Kt MIA N11 : fi VU A NT I .US' UK N h YO7
LL NI A.-.-t u 1 VI li IN . A regalar Weekly N eel iii
ni On? ..?. ...-i.il I.ni v. ll! luke plai e ul lill' rc-ddrtiri o'
Mr..I., epll (?li eil. Meeting Si iori ; ever? I liursduj
ev citing, ul 7 n clock; p in. Itv order "f tin- Pri ?1
.bm ' <-'. IL PUK I", s.e.
Tin' I'd!'.\< ill;, :.:.' Ill-oiric.'rs td' Ike above .issn, ia
lina : .
.lOs-pli i ?reen. President ..
.1..bu Warrell. Vire I..:
i ll. Price, Sec m.I Treu?
S I.-i ad ii i <_. ('nunn im .. - Coiiiinitier .rn ( 'barny
P. Suniincrs, Cb mian; I A . ICoherl -on, ( I. riiiiin
.1. .bduison, 1 ' l illi'. ?T.
T. Mill--, 1 .1. Murry.
s tew ard?-,
\V. Perry, | .1. Pa I mr r,
Jan. Iii ' Hui
VJ?' M KUH AN ICS' ASJ-vOCIATIDN.-All
?numbers t'ight iviick? in ai iran lu ibo Assortit iou
tire liol Hied I lui I thc rubi' n^ain-l llit-ni will '.. eii
I'nrccil it nut pull iv i itt 1 ti !'.i.i .v.il.
A. M I lil)Ll-! I l I.V. Sec.
\l.'egiil::r Wt'cVlv Meeting nf this Associa
linn wlU la'.;. ' pince ai the /.inn's I'linieh
?v. ry V. i dues.li.v . t l'iiine at sev en oVIiiek.
Prriirder. .IM', i P. 1)KS\ KltNLV, I'riiii'l
A. MllillLKTlIN, Kerri t rv .
i'll. ? i s'd tl.,. Mecli.tllic A !
.lohn (' I'. Iii'sterneys. Prrshlenl'
Abrabiin shiiiiimi-, Vice Presidcu
\\ m. Ldeil. ?irii.-iii'i t;
Air ah nu M uldb:..11, Si'rrrlary.
Stnudin*; ? uiiinilltci' -
Peirr M . (.reimrii', ( h'rm'n:
Joseph < .reen,
I umuilucii Hail,
\V. I; Tluirti,
< 'oiuiiiltlee on Charil;
.1. IL ll.rrmi;
w. lt. i ha?e,
?i.l.erl M . ll.?,
H. II. Williams,
.1. li. Moultrie.
I A texuinlcr Williams,
Nov. 1. ll-.'.
Saimii 1 Kiit-c i,
iv" SMOLANDKICS KXTK?CT lU'clH'
cure- Kiilm.y lliseasr.
.' .MOL AMI r.'S i:.\TKA( I IICC1UJ
euri ? Ithi'iiliialisln.
SMOI.ANIir.H'H t.MUAi I IU CIIC
cures Urinnry Ili-en-'-s.
SSltlLANDKICK IIX til ACT P.CClli;
cures ( 11 arel.
SMOLANl'Lli'S KX TIC A CT Ul (III.
cures sn I et ii rcs; ,
Tlic best fluid I!\lran univ before ike public I,
I ? in 1 ?I n ii il <. r*-.. for lite di.eases mimed abo? :.,
nm] for Weaknesses ami Pain- Iii ihri Huck, I*) maifi
rempln I ut s, ami disorders, ai-lslut; from excesses of
any Iclnil, und i? JJIM??*?M..1 1 >' IIIAIIIU
nilli*. Sold by all Apothecaries. Price our ilolbir,
'?'III il. O. linnie- \ co, Vciv lurk, mid Itnrnci,
Waid. \ C.i.. New 1 li l' un-, Agi lils fur thc South und
West; lil bliblC ll ft, ll Dili: L'S, ilo.-loii. Mass., i icm
i I ul A ... li's.' 1 >< c -ll. I ' . I.'