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LORD CLARENDONS SPEECH ON AMERICAN
The fullowing are the ren::rks of the Earl of
Clarendon in the Hiouse of Lords ont the 2710h
I will, in the first plice, say that, as far as I
myself am conceried-and I penk also in the
name of all the members of Her Majesty's gyov.
ernment-1 d, not believe there can be the
alialhteht doubt of my and their desire to manin.
tain unimpaired the eh.lsest, the most cordial,
and the imos-,t sincere r.-latiois with the Utiited
States. [Ct.ers ] I believe no inen cin le
more coininced than we are both d' otr intere:-t
and our dulyo niiintuin thoe friendly relations
with tihe Atieri:anm government and peolde i and
:s tar as I m ci,:.e erid, ha ;ving filied the othee
of Forein Scvretary for som:e years, i em con
!weientiou-y ::llirnm that neihier by word or deed
has anythi i!! beein tdone whiebi could create a
'nst e.tinse of ir~itation between the two coun
triet. I CheorA.]
The oble lord has aihl:tel to the two points
of di'reneo between the United S.tates anr;d
GAreatL Britain-viz., the <!etiof the recrit
ment, and the question of Central Aner'e.
With regard to the recruitment, that ques:ion:
entirelv irose from pre RIosal iVie to us with
r*espect to the persons didrous of enl:ering into
the Queen's iervice. We did not even conent.
plate ate ptinii any of those oll'r wit::out due
reference to the zieutrality laws of he U::iied
States! which, i emilireiy :igree wi:h the nolible
lord. it s i- ateh tir interest :ad duty to up.
hold as it can heti those of the United States
thten-selkes. [I ftear, hear.1 It is not our dtyv.
inideed, to enroach 11pon the laws of an.y other
couitry; but we have an interest-a Briikh
interest-in the neutrality laws of the Uitetd
States beil"'m:ntiid The lmaintenia:e
It-re fore. of these lIws was our zst thought,
as ther consituted the priicipi!al part of nr
inst rtetions; ad the I.tnietit we a4-rertained
that the retruitmient could not be carried nit
witbout the danger-not on tile part of our own
a;geits, bit of pvr:-ons who anumed to be itur
aients-of violating the neutraliiy laws of tht.
United States. wu agreed to reliaquiish the whole
Yo.ur lordshlp have seen from the ippers
which have been kid on the tablie tit thaete is
nothing whieb could be expected frou one it
lion to..irds anothaer, from one Government
towards aniother, frotm e gentlem en towatrds
nother, that we htave not dorae or oliered to do
in order to atford repairation to the Uited Sta;tes
for any of'ence.-haowever uninteantiontal on oiur
part-whaich they can conceive hats been commtiit
ted. [Hear.] My lords, the lnast desuattch th:at
was written on this subject, which wats at resumet
of the whaole miatter, in answer to the long de
patch of Mir. Marey, can hardly yet have reatcha
ed the United States; ar.d thecrefore upon the
qutestiont of recruitiment, I nam exceedingly atnx
ion5 tnot to say any more at preseti. But, as
fatr as I have been able to nacertain what are
that we have offered a complete satisfaction to
the Gonvertnment of the Untited S~:ties, anad that4
thte onaly thing whieb wve cert:.inly havae not
dlone h-as bien to recall M~tr. Cramnpton aind the
Consuls, bie cause we do not think they ha:ve
umerited that censure and that putnishmenctt.
[Cheers.] Tlu-re wott'd havte been no, shor:
comning oni thae pairt of 11er 3hjemy 's Givern
meti, if we ha.l seenz reason to adopt n coa! ra ry
course, or no l.esitation to deal .severely witha
tay ag~ent who shioald so lihr have forgronetn h~is
duty anad been tunaiitadful of his inttructttionis ats
toa fiolale the htws Lof the Uni:edl States; but
beig convince-d that thtat l~ad not bceen donei,
and lin lg ini our po~ssession) the mieans- ofl
proving toa thle Un'iited Staltes that it was not
done, I think no.body will re Iinire oh ius to s::e
ritiee outr agents atnd to p'urcaise- ai concil i.iin
e i:h theI. U:.ited Stzates, by doiatir that wtheich
woultad be both shabbIy tand di-hionorahble.
WVith~ ngoad :n the Centlral Am~eti ean ques
tionl, youir lordt-hip-s ki now wttt were t!.e terms
of thet Ciayton- 13uhver treatty. I think it imn
possi le t':at langua :ge couit be moalre ear or
t.core plreci5e in i: S mantting t hant the ltagute
emphdgae(I in that iittrumtent. [[lear. heatr.] The
t reaty sets forth thaat there sh:ould not1 lie in
fut ure ::nty voltonzi:.tiln, any 1W len-p:zt illn, :ny
fortil) ittg or strengthiening or places not talready
in thle ptossessioni ol' either Couttry. I do nit
see how there ca:n be two interpret a:ions of its
te'rmis. It wats in:einded for a speetlie ibjict
first, the contructioni of a ens.i1, :nal then i: ,
mintttece free foar the use of the wvord , pro
hibiting any eeramnt on thle part ofi the
Uaated S ates and Greatt Brtita, whtich were -the
cont rac tig a ad guiaratinag pairi ies; bitt all it
provisionts wvere prospeciive, :and there is ver
tainily ntthinrg ini it which imaidlies tha~t we were
to give up lionduras and Rtuntan, or to evetet~t
tar alter our position in anyv re-speet froma nt hat
it was before the cone:uNi.In oh the treatty. It
is imposi05~~e that the very table tnan-Sir Illen
ry BulIwer-who negotiated lhat treaty on tile
part of Great Britair, coidt hazie takena upona
hims~elf, wvi: hout in.-,lruc ionis-even nA ithout the
kntowlhedge IIf his Goveritnet-to aib:midon any
portion of liritish terri:(iry or Briti-h imerests;
anrd so fair from havinig dione anyvthintg of thiat
a.,rt, he mnade a st:iigient !irovie, whaieb was
iieknowledged by Mr. Chayton, that the tretaty
s.hould rnot toucht lloiduras, or atffet ainy of its
Whien Mr. Bnchianati camec over to this cottn
try, we heatrd for the first time that there was
ali cintirely new int erpreittionl ho lie hput uphon
the treaty. It was no loinger to be lookedr aiponr
as a prospective atrranigceent, but oine for thie
ev~nat ion of British territory, :nd we were
told thatt we were to lahme, miad were th- c::uis
-l will not say of a gnatarrel between the two
count ries, but-of irritationa anvl comp iainit 0n
the patrt of the Unite-d Stattes, b cause we had~
not fulfilled the erngagements oft -tihe trety liy
evacti::ing :ll thae territory we poissessed ini
Central Amaerient. I told Mr. U1czhann-what
was the pe'rfect truth-that thaat was the first
imne I h:ad heard iuch ant int erprttioan putt up
on thie treaty. ile replied tnat inl his coun t ry
-there was no douzbt upJoni theif sub'ject I t hen
caid tat-haowe-ver ch-ar thle terms oif thle t re:ityv
might appear to mae-to calli in at third part y. ani
cimpartiatl jutdg!e, to determainie whaat shouldah be
the iterprettiiat of the treaty, wvould b'e the
fairest coturse to piursu~e between jgoveirnmetcis
4as betweetn inidividuals. I also added that we
7certainly hand rno wish ho possess territalry in
Central America; thaat we did not desire to1 iX
tlend our iafluence in that part of theu world;
that we were perfietly ready to enter itnto sneh
enaggteents as woutld sattisfy the Unaited Sttes,
and evenl ouir peoipte att home [here] uiponi that
core ; that it wats thaerefore indcifferent to us
-w ho wtas ctalled in to arbui rate ; thant we shoiuld
be prepared to abide by the dreision, whatever
itttas, but thatt to do whiat was taot encntpi.
ted by the tr-atly, bectause we were toll th:at a
certain interpretattion was putt tuponr it which we
-culd not admit, was tnot a cotuise which cone
0overnmtent should propase to atnother, arnd to
'thich certainly no0 intdependent government
I therefore proposed-whatt is by no means
tmcommnon in sucht cases-that the ma~t ter should
bb reft'rred to azlbitraliont. To that proposut,I
iient of the uneiutd Slates--whe" tl~ 'u-is
opiniiin of that country ik broudhit to bear upon
it'as up-on al1 tother politie.l questions-when
ilit Annii can peo;le re m:ade argnalited witih
our aumuincve as to haviig no dsire to extend
our territory or our iniluence in CeX ral Amseri
ca, and as to our sihcere wvi.h to en-r into n-.
ggemtiss sullicient to sa t i-.y every re:..w l
man our s.ifer of occomodation wi!I inot lie re
fisd. [Ilear, heir.] I have oily to -;y, in
cou ion, that I have heard wit th greate
sati-Iaction froin the nosble lord, vh !s a far
better judi.e of these maters tan I van Le.
tha..t .:nn1r- all cla-as in Il Ui:,ed St:.tes
thtere exi t the iost friend ly felies towards
this country. I ia ,' I hearl that taenie:nt nuibt
the grcate-t b: i:.'etion, lee:mnse by certsin pub.
lie n11n in the Senate and in Congu rie,-hv cer.
ta sflicial ien-t!:ere have benti |a uae held
and done by any menber of this 11luse--not
to say any menUber of Her Maje: ty's Govern.
nent-would be justly denounced Lbw:h by your
Iordshsips :md the pieophe o'it or m as thle.
languiagae and acts of a 11.11 who desired to et
broil the two coutlwries in hiostoiliies. [Cheers.]
Thel..re it is t h: I he:rd wih peten iir sat-:
i fue-ion friml the niib4l- lorl (f the IrieliylV
f. lings entertained by th, givreat Imias or Aneri
cAln ei/:izens- tow-iii.. lhbis eui;try. I think the
people of 1e U;sial :ates csan have no dou..
of the C'.Aceo sfimhir feelings' here. [iH.ar.]
I iheve there never ha i i l i hi:lnd :mV
hsti' leelin-ss toward-a the United t3:as; ndll,
notwit:.i1i4g the e s .th1st liLV! apered
on1 tile hIsrizoll, 1 e m3-a::fner inl which the recriu!
ment amd Central Aieric.: questions have been
treated by the p.-e.si of that country hiI pro
duced no real-csrt;i.ily no loftig-feeling of
irritation heire. [[ln--, hear.] I believe that the
people of Eng:inid are as aious as t!he :isble
lord c:l be that ::ll these disputes sioiuid hi
brn::ht to an cum. I s:m n ur the ible los:d
iba aii r as i1 dpends upon mrie. h1 y shl b"
broutght ill m end. [Cheers.) NoDtinglj shAll
be wan-iog onl the p~ant ot' Iler 31j.asGmv
erillent s I-tin.; ihem to a close: a.: V. if!th
infollma'.i.I bW coreet which the nob.We lord
rec;-ivd :he ither d a, that 3!r. 3h.rey :id I
inight settle our dilference in i-t'f an lm:i r. I
sniv sI that I ami rv:ll'v it) meet hi:n ti.r tihat
pulrpose n111 sme i,!.ulnUti ha!f way beltwCen the
two com'.toiss. [A angh:ud checers.]
From ih True t:-.inin.j
TO THE PEGPLE OF THE SOliH.
You will per-i e froim a publication in ,;,e
" True Carii Inst week, and Iihe t- G.i
zette' of this week, that I have- beetn requiestedi
it) viit the South to raise men and onevy by
tile Pro-laverv A.ssociation of Leavelwiorti,
:id the :-ssociaion of Carolina emigr:n.1s. I'
stutjp the States of tile Siouith for t his pirpo!.ve
would tr:n:weel :y stirng-ti al i men:s, aid
t'on1ime Inost the entire year. It is nteest: y
tar me to ret ur II to 1l;:.sas a- soon as pa's-ible.
tand if the peope of t!.e SoSth intend to r:'i'e
I men and! mone11y to Insanteiosaeypr
tv in thilr p~sn agiayCotmes! vvith f0'
ibiiois:ts..d in their ieditavors to tunahe
that Tertiorv a S.ve S:a:v, they s t' ii
at ionce. Delay is d:.uviion, :nsd if hil.- pro.
sivepy p:nty receive no inater' ai :Iai li m.
.e hsos to it rrk. it nill lie ovirpowe-red.
IWal the 'I't iir hst to tie 'It . The
:fs f hladian.': ilinois, town and OTis sin:ce
: Itft 0 the Territly, h::ve sent or are preparngi
to Sei : 3sIn reinfo tliment ut ol ini nti hirge
suil- of lloney to !out!-tain the Alion party.
;ild the South mu01t promptly fsllowt their e.x
aip:e. or see I:er ti.iurants b:-eti-red awl dris
en from the field. 'Up to the 3""1h tay of May,
I waa in all the leading sti'g-;les leween the
pro~i-lavery and abisltitin pasries ; I hive seen
b ood flw, and si vs ot-Imeinli are :n-r-en
aga iast eac-h other inl airmed buislies-womenu'i.
child reni and propeurty laive beeni senst out of
the Territosry, :a:d trid wair is ranging.
The coniiciitiona prev.ils aongsih all pa rties
We.,t thait thsis conte c-t ju-it begun, wvill not stosp
tuntil the de--tinIv sif thle Usiosn t.nd iof the ins; i
I utioni of .savs'ry is dete'rineiid. The recent
battle's anud slautettrs woulid .sem to strengthen
that Opinioni. 1 trust in Gosd that such tmny nost
be thle result, but from ptersonal intsercosurs wih
andi k udss - -- Nht1gt
erning. tmotite~s asre SO t-i-tentially Vdil'erient fromn
t hio~e oft the prio---laver-iy men~i, ti ::1 tey C:) auost
live peaceab:isYly oge her, s-itiher ini Ku:is sr in
he Union, and15 hence a bjlioody dissol 1' iOn of
theC Unaion i. prssb:ahsl. Let thait be as it mndy,
tihe Sothil shioutld at slnce Meudl(on- tuin ::iI
mnely Stihleiet-i tO oh g::rd her rlihts, :nI.d ~.Il.iii
and pro~eetihe emirn:s.
Weisd wenit-cto IK::ni-as this spinzg to settIle:mnd
go Ito work, baut we' wetre t: e:xpci-elly ca:lled
apon to Ia he tup tiils and aid tilt. L!Iited S~itts
.ar.-hidi in comzpe'lieg the :bltiniits 1o i-ubl
mint to the asw. TiA tIsty slaisihl hiave faih-:i
opnis the Gsvertnmienit :~ itsel upta Iiie pre-'!ave
ry~ toen, :51:3 wec thie-. sir live~s i::d jnrlss pli
:s sde sof lawv :md order-. As a coniiiseilce
of this civil wtar, buineiis wstl 2-iipen~ded,. 1..r1n,
dIaeetedi, iaid ouiir c.al'ctiscs itswtt away our~
priv:.te meis :sad that furnisheL d is at !:-Imes.
'Tie star si.iil rags-s. i.:d soir s !ini:atits- 1:12d
friens tiiirc i3t hie i.1:'piirteah ;~, t hli l
ed, or thle:, n ill b.: euiipelled to qui!. th~e Ter
A l funds rld-e.i for the p-ro-stlaver'y p~ry e i
ra-::-h mec throngh C-5. .tihn Cuinn.leb~l:.mi. so
Ge'ortia; IDr. illdsher; W. ( sb-, of CLsihI .
.imore and~s deui TI. S.:m . ofs A mhd-son C'. 1I.
Asur aso:: C. HI.. . aun- 1L. 185G
pubh-lsb-d ys':e-rd.:y, a miio'ars!o mllch.i-!la
was eastivened-s :st the Ci:yl~ II.-ti cv-;ni'52.
Fromi thr.-e tso fssr iihin-!re pe-r-'t- wer pre5
eatl. .il. *lalnes Ieekh.iii:m preisidedl, :sti .r
\'V. I. \\'Ite r n:ieds as S'i-t-er t tary .A coui eeOs
Ipjpoil:e s-It:r the j2131 jnie 3eir-: .i I, flwingv~i
r.Is1l.."'i(n for~hL'v- a e c isie:tion sf the.. nleting :
ies- oif thi5s-city, dii~apphrove thle pr..ceesdin~s of
to- s pr:.ssli, nt ho, aifter thii-.' r' re p.-e: fai
:appeal to) Ithem, sdidt1 esali frsstn the-ir t-outr-s'.
in burning an efligy, en thle i;;bht of the i.1lb
The iresotnisoIn bein~g put toe vte wa-s ad!
adp :! ni-he mles-:ing adjsiurisid.
it is propestr I-tost, tha:t, im25awi~h~tdingt thi'
cll wtas given to onsly tho.,s'who '.'.5ere- ij-jii.m/
Iso thle psracsedinsgs tsf Satslayi ilht, thises
who favosre-d :hle movtmnt ailssem1nbled is) forca
:mdls (ovetrutedthe voc ste of the finid ssf lasw
andh ssrsder. ommenclt i-is unnecssary.-C oln
FitrE Nor no tla AT -Tut: NonTit.-.\ etn
mitte i-o f lie Civt Comunscil s-f New Yssrk havse
been inIve~stiatini th~e casndiiion ssf te cty :
Inalane of thue bsuilhings Itey founiid 75 :ler-sins,
rs-iinig, ansd thie h,-eent. ai d.imls ti l-y phe.t-e.
sscnied-s by at n-shresd mono unamed J.<eh-osi, as a
d-ioee ho,e. the i-aid that hie fsr:iy Vwas a
.,!ae in Ne!,-i e-auaty, Vir'giniia, :usel th:.: Ihis
last ma-.tesr. Thom~uias (Corker. set hsimi list tIwent V
ix yeairs agos. i;.ee wh-heb ilme hei ha~s beens-a
st-r-t:mit lite ve-.ri iin ltnity ofa rl lri gI
rsso. lie nisted-s that li he hr.the-r, to-il y. b
a shave on as Ssnuthern phn:.uiien lism a I.-ic
grso at the Nssrth. Ssome of the partiy.of ireptib
lie.mu pnr.es-ilty, f'sndi it dcott iss gllli-p dowstni
this staa-umntn sssit the -ei lU-Iaess with which
it wa.s utte-red Ileft ni- dosuibt osf its t roth.
TilE Fernu: ST:.rTs I loer, AT I.. wi:::Ns-i..
The Frae- State 1tl- wtas biltt :niuo oess di by
th FIigr.sst .1:d .Sascie t :i washili f-sr ai fori.
It, wsibs e-x aededi t!.rs -uis.:-id1! Is-l - feet aove
the riss, w'ith fssur psirt hoes- fil e::ch sidi-, large
eisngh to :ait ths muosuth of .at ti:. 'a-i
polundesr .is--t- polrt hils wer b~idl fromiu siews
by aI thsin cout oft Il-istring, thai could1 be- e-asily
kncstke-d out. ThIis- stit-a-et, i-ays the i-es miip
tonu IUsioun, c-ans be veised by sev'eral hitndred-i
Tiw. Da-trer:--In Fus-sgland. a braetr- of
bankirs whso ,'sidle. their cred.itsrs, wire
tr:msp:rtedh for tlhr:eenI yea-:rs. Thie IDetrint
F'ree Prne-n s'ays' a baisker illn i\-iebiguim who i-otm
mille d a like sli..nee, hans beein Clse ed :ss a set
WVAsJrisuTos, .hmeat 23.
K(As;.s Arr:.uIs.-Ge-n. Percife-r Smiith has
ben sodered to take thse commnand a fi thle trlosps
ini Kasisas. Iliai ordeis are imiperattive to etnd
th tennls.t-a flu-re
ARTHUR SIMNIK NS. EDITOR.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
W;-iTNNESDAY. JUNE 25, 18S50.
A civeri;Psemenu 1.
See Cnt.%s,'s notice of chenp goods ; lie is selling
ont nt enet.
So is Mr. SUn.t.LvAa of thie place in respect to cer
tamin articles if summer wear-his advertisem nt will
tell what these are.
Attention is al'o direteld in Bnoomt & N1ORELL'S
card,'merchants of Anusta Ga.
Judcre Uptler's Sceeh.
The late triumphant effort nf our Senatnr is received
in the ennaressionnl Globe. hnt inn late in ret nny
part of it into nour precent iesu.. We hope next week to
present very l-rce exirnets: we can searcely Civ the
Iole speech as it fills over-two pae e nf the Goh1e.
It t'e mn" ti:fln in our iuttidet will lie fond tile
runnintr fire wihiehi folowed lhe Jn.dec's speech. In
th.- wholo n(1Cir cur Senator is ron:cd Massachnsceti,
horse, foot and drazn-n3.
A 'New MEchanme
we cheerfully place poin our liet of exchangem
C Ther Democrat," a npew pn porof' 3:trietta. ca.. un.
der the control of 31r. .ons R. GCOSs.rTT, formerly ol
the Greenville (S. C.) .Muntainer. Luck and abun
dance to Mr. G. in his new home. We have no
doubt ne will cater for his nc reailer, as skilfully ai
lie used to do for his old ones here in Carolina.
- - a- - - -
The Sonth Carolina trriculfurist for June has beer
received and presents a very taking table of contents.
The Sotiihern Cultirator for the same mnth is alst
tn our table, filled (as utial) with highly interestin;
anad instruetive matter.
We shall draw uion both journals for the henefit a.
Mi. Twio~.ta S-rY rat. ft hLidistrict, was killed lasi
week by a nwero man. The negro is in jail awaiting
his tr'al. We have not learned the circumstances ol
IloTr ennoh fur any purpose. Thermonmeter abou
' 2 at 2 o'clock r. :t. Ni;:its cloie and snliry. Crop.
growing finiely. Occaiwial showers of late, Iut mor
i ~- . . -1.1,4...
Tt t: eairly harvcsii;: is progre.ing, andl the whea
ii onr section is nearly g:ihred in. From somi prt
!f tle 1)ist et we hear o'f Fine c-rop. while in certair
locaities the vie:d i4 said to be below an average
one. Upon the nhole, lo.wever, a good wheat cr';
Oais are comttin i:i also at a vet v needful ntcut
fur corn is very scarce.
TIVO CONCERTS AND A I.ALL.
Nr.xT wiehk, it i< hop-ld. n-ill prove an auspicion:
; :aa week i:1 the illage of E-lbeti. Mi's it tNAx
concert piis.itively comes cli a- 3 oi il on in
night of the 2mi .ii:y. The Callon 3i-inwn
ironcert sneceds Mi-s 3's it the eveiing of the .-l
And on the 41h a lan~e ball is expected mder :ie in
Ipiring mwite f floA utn's Brass Baind. Ac it is In
udepend nce Week, we take it for granted fbere wil
be a splendid turn-out on al! tlse occasiori. If ti
citizens of Edleefitld nish thieir villac to iecoit
cheerful, popilar a.1 prosperons, it becomes then
liberally to encourage such seanons of innocen
A \'Aur!:n CITIlZE?.
WX'r regret to learn that 3Mr. TI. P. Slart..-tt, of ti
F Elgefiel bar, thinks of b' avinge us fir a widecr nren:
ini Chiarlesn. His depa rinore w ill be felt as a serimu
hiss to our commiuity, a:1 we sincerely deprecate it
An extraet or two from a letter lately received fr
him will sho'w n'ith n hat reluetance lie himself take
ihe step. ie writes frum Chaarleston:
* * * * "llIhavecbeen livinu
'socianiohns nhtichl I hauve firimedl the.'e is it charm thas
;iniweighs the brilliant butt febrile excitemenit of urbaut
* * * * "Jn friet. T hav
trave'll -d so mnehcl and see'n so muneh of m-- :ml ihinge~
that Iiinow p'retfer the "ldolcet far niett of a r< m1.1n
esqur' rn,:lily tn the gai-t hiollowness of "hie ii
chiatnge." in f.ling a 'trone ilisposiiioni, thierfor', ti
dhecltin. nhat my~ 1::le friendl' ini tibarlii o re.
n lpmn mei.. pay'a dseiatt ioum-ri'e-l comptimenit t.
ilhe uloremnos tint attiraeci..is ot t-:d-zefiehil. her lilla
and tier ales, setie-te red t-Utp;iiet nre.tiie."
Out' frieiid mout pardon tie liberty we take oif pubh
li.,hing these par-s fromo hiis letter. We doi so. lie
c:t. w;e know it n~ ill be gratifyiiit to this el::ire coim
mityz to kinow thme estjim:iie pihireid upon thetnIih:
one so hii;;hit eteemedh hr las abili:le's :ti ;;entle
WE hiear it .saisl on all sie:s iithatia d.i:zwingz mra.e
i< mnehi nie*ded ait i:I.-til. in thet we' are reijinrl
e'd ti call fir onie. It i< thz~ugh that a hiarge claw
conill be mule tip it shir: notice ;antl nowe that ili
A.i'izoie i:il is nmar~e din'. nIl the f::cilities or
few car-Irs tiver thme iloor and i:,l it tean-inig the bean
i of id:i::r. We wa 't. a t horom~lhlyt- i-des
dain mus~iiiter, nl hi' nit only has a correcitiapei
ion oif ih gi~ r:acefiil, bit niso poinesCes the poe o
timp.iriiig n hat tie feels to his papils : n ho is not tm
iien:eJl ith taking a ehaes thtrun:.h a few i~unad:-ilI
--ets, lmt who strives to advazuw-- his schlalrs ini al
the beau'ti s if ntooiti and ai:imd:e. To illustraiti
we wvant jn't ::ntlh a teacher as lis~s:-::.'. of Chariles
W~ill ator tity. iehatnges ohlipL notr eiintittity b:
publihiitng this notice I
WuXe n;'-e ith itnr S wee t'f:ie;, whlo 5tendsi t;:
her aippr.eciationi itf the great Glento's striking ex
IUtt first, thus runs the neat note enclusing tI
" Ieid thte extratt nihichb I sen I you conitain ini
Goeth.r's remark~ upon "Iliamle:; andi see if you it
tot con''i '-r it worthy of ;hoe reat " many-iidl Onie.
I fo it it in a little mteminir if 31rs. I T:iass
wttenu b he ur $ister, -amtl thoughit it ahtigethier 5
very tbeaiitifil thai I ha:ve s-nt-ioed ii io yiin. Ii wvil
- ere-i.ti~er withi the othier litnle hium- s fiiling'-ni
matter tor y 'tir pip;er, o:i'; if the.<c thies arien iere
you iran-t t|urn.'
liere li-il i~S i!.e extract:
"I wi h." wrote 3Irs. Iltvas:s ti her Sister, "'
could he wiih you to see Viiniig'st peroman e
II imnt of all Sha~k.--;-ear's chliareters the iine nl tiiel
itr'sis. miie mios-t :I sutpos. fromgi the nerer endi'n
S iti int hay ib:n'it amulet's na tll getile! In te
d'r ipirit, iverwthele whhii it- inighity ia.:k atm
silemn reipoiilii:ies.-. i< lil- ia china vase, fit onily
fir th'e wee~ipitin if ideIicate flitwer., hint ini iinhi~ :u
otik tree hats been't phorieidi : thie riots iof the utruini irei
ep ind, antI the lair vase is shivered."
Wecre we n'ot ri::ht toi sa:. tha t e " agreed wiih Iioni
sw'.-t fi -nil'' ai- tii her apiprecia:tion uf this remi:irk~
"'.W'ELL A lL 3il. AG;.ilN 13 TrIIE
Seci i, the; title of quite a swet, phlitive - sn;~
fromt the 'ob-lihing hiinu-e of I Ioa s W az s-No.
3:h13, Blrma:I~ny, New Ytork. Th'le musie is biy llitm:n
a poputlar A moicaiutn tallad compoliier, and~ the womrilh
tby I lt:s'nv C'i v Pii:t.,s. Tlhie foltiiwing. whicht wt
Tijite frini the tiile-page, iis the subljec'i of the comipt
SWe'il all imeet n~tnin in the 3hiirning."' It wa~s
he-intiifult exenaionii of ai dingi ilI as ilie red raye
f ih. suet r-treamted oni him tirotitth the n indohw
Cie toi-imhit. Iluitit cry, hala ; ue'll till meet agamt ii
thie moirningt."' And thei heairt of that father er.'n
irhier tunder its huariden, fir sometihiing zis.-tredl bhr
ini his liile neel tiin de :: ' e itm k to the bosiComi C
hitm n hit Nt id, " tnfi-r litnle (-hildren to clini tunti
me for uf snch is thei Kinigdm~ Cof hleaven.''
All ng.-'thuer, subjici, wiirds and inusic, thisa mekd)
may tbe fairly satidl to raunk aboivet mediocrity.
W5 shenuld lie glad tu receive stime of 3Mr. W's put.
lications iif a mote nrtii irade,. Our critiei-ms whitnki
llays lie honeiiet, whether right or nIroing. Maril
welltheI his Hu~er part of the fouloinig hitie:f niti nt hi -h
II. Wm::: npend fh'in~ tohis cardI : " Sr. WV. h'orwarAi
ttie free Cof lostage, and gires fir tcenty-fiie cena
THIE SOUTH CAROLINA DE3IOCRACT.
IT 1-;: heen hinted hy'rertain quondam serestirmists .srs.
tit those of its in South Carnlina, who Iately held tiur- of
forth separate State action as the true political remedy r'illv it
and now look to concerted action with onr fellow- by them
citizens of the Democratic crceed for security, are churches,
faithless to our antecedem.s and untrue to'onr State. ent a -
Never was a more incorrect or a more unkind proposi- . armon
tion advanced. conCr2e1
We speal; for oursel~f when we say that nihatwe orqean. t
has. or ever will, come over the faith we cheri'hed in
ir very ri(
the Secessiofn movemett of 1851. We still conscie1'n- i i:a nvei
tiously believe that it was the true policy for the the parlo
time, and that, had it been carried out properhy by as r. d
our State. the result would have been either an immee- i strnme
diate and thorough reform of the abuses of the G..neral enatier di
Government or the speedy establishment of a southern mnimn
Confederation. But how stands the martr now ? ieir to
By the decision of 1852, the State of Sounth Carni- rabili o
na was committed to the policy of co operation; and thnronthl
when this decision was clearly manifested at the hands.
iallot-box in the fall of that year, the storm of Seres. The fo1
sion had passed forever-and we all arquies'ed, or and Cau'
affected to acquiesce,. in the decreo of the popular of the ln
mind. ]iowever it was with others, we are one of stand tIhe
those who claim to 1 ave been ionest in that arquit-s in troleit
ctnce. Never was a truth more apparent insltant-r, ctly 1
than that our favorite policy, Secession, lay dead in there wil
i:s trenches; And, turning from its contemplation of the Sn
with t mixture of pride and regret, we asked ourself, ' the praise
what next are we to do ? The answer was obvions. , voice a0
Our brothers in South Carolina, who had opposed hymned I
what they termed the rash experiment of Secessian, still even wit
occupied the worthy -tronghold of Southern Rights. there is r
They declared it to be their purpose to act in concert be worAii
with their Southern sisters for the preservation of of the hi
those rights. They avowed that, even with Georgia Do we hi
alone, they were ready to abide to the last breach the the scQene
tests involved iii that series of propositions so well a mnlit in,
known as the Georgia platform. Was it then for the to permit
natriot-secessionist, because his chosen plan of redress img, the s:
had been put aside, to sit down in spiteftul chagrin When wi
and do nothing more in the cause of his home and elevatin
his institutions ? Was it not rather his dtiv to fall in The da
at once, and as heartily as the peculiarity of his posi. instrulme
tiion would inrmit, with tite views of the dominant entirely
party in South Carolinal Thete is but one reply to opiniln,
the question. Sth assnredly was his dunt y; And utt 'if
throug'hout the State, with a few exceptions, such harmnonii
nas the coirse of ur party. So generally has it an instre
been thus, that already, in the short space of four the'y beg
years, almost every vesti;e of that heated internal nieessar5
strife has 7iappeared, and we again find ourselves, easy, an
in South Carolina, a united people. To say that inistrullme
! secessiunists have receded is as untrue as to assert Fons of
that co-operationtists have played false. Bloth parties all intell
stand hotestly where lte trial of '52 left them. They lit n
have droppedc their diferences awith a n.bltness rel. theee api
dom aitnessed in poliical life. They ceased ree'rimi. It ntiii
nations almost as soon as the battle was lost and wotn thinig for
and have been interchanging kind tones and acts of church.
conciotliti all over the State, until at lei.gibl we are m suchi
sworn sons of tlg samn mother again. And what instrmt
now :s our position ? A pray get
There is but one party anongst ts that deserves a
name ; and it is the Democratic party. A fragment of
thai party is disposed still to keep the State iie t!.e l 1
condititi of isoiation she has occupied for somet years for viour
I past. But the great hody of it, made up a much of
seceSi.-iis as tf o o-operationists, is convinced tt ll
the day has come lien South Carolina should siti hon a t
shoulder to slhuhier with these of leer co-States wheoee Cm.:'- of
desitis are linked with hers for weal or for woe- lIw ; ir;
that sle shouid no longer shun the heat anel hurdhei I l Pone
of the day in whatever honorable field <f exer:ion may never Se
b- presented to her by those whose object is at once
the mintenance of Sou heret etiality and the triumph to tel I
of he Constittion. These are our friends, wherever tte tinh
found. These are ovir brothers, who stand ready to f the
welcoe its to theat only moi:le of co-operatioen the cir
constances of the day will justify, co-operation with
the free and hold Dem cruey of the cotry. Is it
reasonalet, is it pat riotic, to resistithe intjenece n hiicht~ tlt
now edraws its iby the triple chord of interest, hoor I~
and ditty, to ithe gread rureig party ojfte S'outh ? The a tt
n tame atd authloricty of Cailhoct are someetime~s adver- tain tgra
ted to by those whio turge(?) tie State t inacectvt:.smec
Butt is there a mnan in South Carolhina n lho dhrelam not for
tion-anid actuaezl, ineuttrious pa rtiepat itt too-mi a lwasit er
Istrousslc whoise result mnay decide the fate of ithe l'yer
IAmtericatn Untione ? T1ake .1lr. ('attoL's where he~ sertbl
-.xas wvhien strieken downn itn udeatht. Recall his dr.p
conterti tfer the A me rienn it-niron, as thten exprersel de :
Rlemetni er his earetest nish thtat lhe ro~uhid he sparedl ryle
to manke one omore speech ini the American Senatse o tc i
stay the cdwnwvardl tendtenciy of thte goverinent. li
I heari iln n:inde heis idhea cof a doubtle Presienecy, a ailci
semie promtfpted by~ tihe desire of allaying sitrife b> a- e
tw-een theS see:iiins. Anid n ill anyl'one say that hi
injuel ectc andIl~ ptrioiismn (if here) nonthh nit neow grasp -
t he oLceifn of Suthern unaniitty, nolt otnly toi vin
dica te Southerrn ri~th:ts. but1 alao to save the' Conifeder
acy' ? ('uti anty or.e detti hmt that he would head l.is
Sute~r intoe the grieat pllitical heattle-tield of 1936'l ant
plaui her colors ini the ver:y heart oef ealchl honottruable -
r a.g'eent i To thliink uthirw'ise, vuuldh be to es u rein
teem~ hime a di-iunionti.t far s. uc'h was nort ir- ithe paii
C'.iteoc':. Suche~ were noti the tun!hifiers of 13 ,say queit
Sneh'l aere not the~ Seeeesias of 1851. Suneh are Ithile v
no't the Careliina Democrats of to-dnay. Andt it ise bh ten,".
wrndg alnd sup'erfieial tie assert that one t whol was a~. Ba
dic'iple if (iIbrinn, nuillifier andiu s..ir'ssiuoit', eIn .a
not now.~ ceonsiistently act n iilh thc.e emoracy te i''i i
cunt ry pree';sely as thle tru-- Ihmocrats of Southli -
C aroliina are at this timne dheinit. A lin andu a Pt- " r hg
triot ice ourse is thecirs, ieadr it will lbe atpproved iby th. ,
tdoic of th.'e commoniweahhii. Th~e trite g:-ed ofl l'
country is their aim.a and the heistuory of :43l nex: I few tt
years n ill shuow that they have been wihe in time. iita
As for thi e tits w hich heave bceen so iunnecessari:.prse
Gun:a; the: Sth Caroilina represenetatioen in: the Ci- c''eit
e':inati Coenttn, there is rnc nieed of retort. Th::y efsi4.
ire tef themselves set flimsv. as to fill harmlesn half'- hS i
waiy ofC the im:trk. 'That re'presetimne n, every iuinpc*re- iut
imli'clied te w]i acdmit,n nee1 tnr t'..a biet accordline 'td'i
to the c'ircumiistani'e's thtiirrein ed thm Th e vU
net'i', de.terinedic to throw i he iit:enece ouf Sioule Ne'xi
C'arn'ina ini f.:vr of' P:ncc.:. Theiy tid so fairly itnd hex nt h
s:1tare.ly in 'cnjinctionc itef/ri ir' southe~rn co aeursjdr. auppeirp
itt they fail.:il. .-gnint, they ralliedl to thte huan--'r oif repiiue
Dou it..t a:!iun;: ith nuwenc!ii / hir .sm:Iiern c'.:.iji:. moen'e dry
friots. An nii a.in thley' failed. TIhet mlajirit:y of' the l s's
wiith whollm th1ey wers assemb~hsl ini conemii-~n oi ve'r, ldh, p:'
rileid therir pireferec'iCs byu the enminattionl ef a ihird ticS, an
man. ikcct.t x.ix ; a til tihe 8 cihl, annd Sounth Cacrinaa ceti hc!
cith thce Seu,c/ivireiuoutsly .intd wisely agreedl to sustint y'~iini l
i hat veiterahtle silatesmnani. Anil thets the-y wvent redi..;1
t iog the' Coent'tionci. What more ceenal our dele- Thent,
gatioun do I 'hat South C'arelinia head bitt eight votes the wori
wats tet faetlt ef theirs. TChe State's realh inuliu'nce' 'nrd tii
bueore the counitry (stic:h its seome tcf leer tcthilrent We can~
'lchse tel comiidt'r ci) was dh tubthesi far greater inisn kii
tutnv.etioni tha ltitnct of it. Was it cnot really as S is j-c et u
to ti 1 Shte was received ito thiat Convention glaidlyi, our ienu
esp-cially tit the parnt of hier Southern allies aind, ats a box, I h:
icompimt to hi ler coiurs of acetionl, hte'r sea-pccrt was ani thleu
seleeie'd 'as uhe placce if eetineg fir the niext conven- votidabli
ion. Sh le cs net tn tiere she shiouhh he', ini unsreservedl hast boix
Inhch iiei-m ith huer frienids andi sym'pathiizers ice te coeilh thin
lUion. Let her cotinuieee tic act anith thuem arimly -we ineco
antI eergelti'ally'. It is otnhy tihus that she enn ice at ventienit
alhi insttrumenital ini e.'ecting any real gooed for herelf
or anmy onee else.
(Oer citelligent tax-r'ollector has kindly. fitrntishted uit r.C
ith a1 sitattlemnt settineg forth the r esult of' his ophera- eu ely a
lions feer the cturrentt year. enrv
fromi this it appenars that thiere are maore thcan i2,00)0 Al.
negro slaves iin Edgebield at theis timue, andI 85 free ne- out.
-gres-thatt the miercheants of the district sihl annually Let tih
abott &'503,010t~ tworth of goods--atnd that the ahole sive coot
incomee oif te tprifessions is rated (mnuch belowv the
mark, we thtitk) at $33.000. j Gone~
TChe netnt amtlhunit of motncy tutrneid over by the Tax otn Tht
cllectcor mito the Threasuery is $20,370,75. Theli nsti Nicairnt
amolimt titunedcever to Pubihli Bildhing Commhinissirrner'i - e'Ilth
is i$3,t;55,60-1 Rtatd Comemissiorners Sfi57,49-a''nd e nic't u
Ito the Pouor Commeissioneers $h,9:!3,88.
hei gross am'eucit of taxes paid hby the District is Ovn
8 3,77,iI, aind thie olicer's pertluisites appear tic have ."re o
reac'hedh thi< year this very hantdsome se'nt of 81789,83. iswr
IThere woucld seem to hce butt onte hcundr. acres of (I.'itt(
firsl qumietty A.. Ne. 1.) landI in thle distri.:.. I1ow is the qein
thisi, Salia-hoittom planccters I sellI s at
Icambuirg being a .St of indlependhent city, is not at 10 e
iniendedh ini thie Cu!lhector's statement as teo te taxa' mudt ni
tiein for district rpoldses, except as to Public Iuildinig (Tenn.
CAI'T. MA TItEWS, of' the Ars'nnIl, at Claumbidt, Uppeur I
S. C t.1..., didtee... a.... ..aer...,t.. -Ynn,0n0
.ion & Tanlin.th'n well-knnwn mantufa
31(:101 3eloit'' ini floston, have re
ninert two patelitS onl th.ir ne-w musical in
tIe " Organ-liarmonium.:" lately invented
and a mtist excellent tlhing for the ue of
,.ctun-r'n1ns, or v.'stries, and which, at ,
I% p-.>0. %%ill ninswer every purpowe of nn
I0A oroan. Te leow price of the " Orean
ino" puts it within the me ans of ver many
itins wvitlnt the-abiliv to puirclaswe' a large
serire a valuable aid mn 111 serreo of soig.
al varietv of tonl the- Orean-Ilarmioiutm
-h1. altI n.- it i.- exeedingly qmietk nod prompt
on. it ig ailso a very valuable app.--inge- or
.weri twe " rhe 'rpol f setilvar as well
. )Ilsrrs. .1son & IlInlins mrreased
niable them nnw tn supply nrdflr for these
Is as well as for their melodenns with mirhi
patlch than hesretcfiore. As file Oran-fnar
4 mflr 1rac tured sh-l bylth pai niters. it is
nakea npolication flirt-ect to thin. Churches
with, cnfidlence upon the excellence nnd du-.
r their inIstrnmentp, each one of which is
y tested and proved before leaving their
egning extract is from the ".Musical Review
fm-," and we copy it for the expr'sa benefit
ptivt conre-atiion in this place. We under
Swisil to inprove their Church Music hy the
iin of snme intrimental assistance. It is
t thing they omght to dli. t'ntill it is done,
I he no such thing as real worship in this part
nettnirv's exercises. It is absurd to Fay that
,s of our GodJ can he better rendered by the
ie. In the earliest days, those praises were
n unison with the harp and the tahor, nnd
bi trumpets and shawnis. There Is reason,
sligiol in the practice. If the Creator is to
ipped in music at all. should it not be music
liest order attainalile by each congregation?
nor Gud by allowing his Ifense to become
, from time to time, of ridiculous failures in
portant part of his worship ? Is it religions,
cracked and setcakinig voices to It-ad in lift
Lred thanksgiving (if song to tie most High,
I. small onathy and little trouble, inspiring,
harmonies can he substituted !
.y, of narrow objeition, to the tse of tunsical
ts in churches is, we are gala to say, almost
passed. Soimet hing of the kind is, in our
in essential of proper worship. Seven voices
i rtquire all itstrtui to enable them to
:e in song. Seven choirs out of ten require
mlient tokh eel them to the pitch upon n lieb
n. Add to iii; the agree-ttent in time va
to all musica! performances) thereby inade
I tl charm of sweet accords which a correct
nt, properly used, always lends to the solemn
Z.on, and it is really malter of wonder that
gent and wealthy congregation5, like that fot
e tow n rite, do nlt supply t hir churches with
iances to the full.
he that the Organ-Hiarnii is just the
a roomu with the dieonsiois of onr alptist
The "1 Rrvie- and Ga:-elle"is good nthilority
natters. Let it bie enquired into; aid if the
nt is real;, what its m.tkers declare it is,
it at once.
:DGI GRASS AND OUR 'PONEY.
HsIr-IcK" sedlis us the .subj-dned epsistle rela
.tr poney that ran away. Thank you, Nno
thoughtful attenion. lit gratititle therefor
S)e that we give your le:ter in full, to en:ah11
ihow you hlok in print. Dount you thinl
liat you are culnog dujwn pretty light upoi
your Cambridge fairmers ? Look out, olId fel
s is a sore u!ject sfytimes. li the way
y is caughtt and sld, and we shall prohahli
i her more. Neither can we say that she i
I, either by ourself or the children. Thot-h
- truth, she really is a right clever-pacing lit
, R. W., of Greenwood, n% ill receive tie cop!
dtecriisr which we pr-aised to the persmt
til catcht thte pney and tii fy uts of the fact
r for Ned's letter:
'ta tm.-Da rr Sir:- As I seen, asltow as yoe
pony, ef yott haint fund he'r yiu, I thtought
i tll you where you mont findt her. Yon sal
is yo thought sheC was making for the moot
ses. Well maybe she mont: and~ as tharei
tonl patches and cur.: tiols, near thte oldl fol
rm hter3 that are mtightty gocod puasters, an~d u
-y:-nsa nantsertng nat wvay, 3gpa Oet
up thare strait a way. For I know tno brut
n I pass sich n tetupltalionl~ nilihout being cotell
p-nv can jump a foutr rail tencee antd thtei
thrntth the borialrs andl haw-thlorus on totthe
s~rtinl to be in tharc, ae thare is Conisidlera
~f live stiek in them Iields. I learn tlhn
d up a erdC thtyre titer week- tromO unde
hir g rassy 5;,ots, and~ its likely ennf' youI
hire. FEf yon s--nd til, do it guick or the
d the sJ.iues and you w ill loise your shaire
;oiid hanid an. ai good hoe and let him hoe hi
un-;h,. andh efilie dontt fitid hoer, char;;e it to tm.
v :s thie reply of outr you:epi2t i~:;a. tiplil
ki -Well, wel th-.-se are dull lm-:s fi'
r. : haut shall 1 write ahmnt, (Cannt ! ?comeL
k-.l'ut waiting-w hit is it! Ill-11 lly
ii tell tme for at nhjet.'-" Write about boxe
he dy re-.iinded.
A !he of a subuject, truly! Jit we sai'
tke .intyt hiint. Its r.o worse, at all evetits
rile's ,.leceion of " liutton-hiole-s,"' for onte ci
tes ini TnI,-rnt S ~tNxu. So here goies
at a venulire :"
r- t ox we remlembei)r ti e h: 4:) intpresseI
-It nt.ltr. uf ionir you):h ful t~uws-y was k now:
uy as a lb-x n i:hI liive !.and'e!.s." It ii naII
I itself at the cud it a hliuman arm, and wa
:rcrnipn-e y):tllg es ii d oors in all case
:,. weobeieve-, is grew ing intoi disuse tinder tht
ts cf the age ; itt nie kne-w a tew hard jen
wes thact m iht be beiieitted eveni nowy by it
Ii or.-r of chrron..uigy colles the Churitmea:
i every l::d ande hv.-e is :pt to) hind out ime
ale very early in life. This biox isgeneural[!
Iin hei ioter, tip biy one S:mlat (.lu ::f aiiiwt:en
,aid assnmesi almotst :-, im.iny shae amn
ih-re are child reno in i th..uid. I: is remal:rki
.1 yvt for no imeani beracch oi traid) to ma'i
m elrs and1 no0 small souree oit ce.t.i:-ies t
isolwo Icnnt np 'toel.ings on the ighit pre
lee 25th da~y oif D)ecember.
awe grow eler, here cu~ome the hanid-hoxes
t-oxes. &c., oil tile sitle of tie 4o1tier Sex
Ii .ses, the soinilo-ws &uc.. 4)n our side
m i tuertkle toe expatialte li-re eni these vau
sis of oxses. Th'le truth is. we tigid the subh
lenly growing iipont us 51 rapidly ais toe terrif:
frro the eti.,eio. I- r t here's P'.uiolora.
itwonhl nlece-ssitate a literary dliseini~siti I
b ' Dx andi Cox" lea t woulId hetol n1. i una
itt a criticismo upon foirces; ande ehere's Ill
ot all ( heni't the spirit shulliles Ill is miorta
L. w onhol of course require at sermonut. Aiid 5)
itineitly drop the Subljeot until a mnore cont
'IE SUMNE R COAT' OF A RM:..
s the lllstoni Plate ('omitte~e are buisy pre
m ct ilve r service initened a' a test imon~iial it
Stsi.:nt. a friced aiid suibscribe'r opper.
-n-!s us the folloewittg d ivice of hlerahdry to bt
o n acti piece of tile set:
.c C.u. IILs.Sr.-: moutk open amnd Ionugu
e elegrahic wires htury along this expies
ao, that it lhe not toeo late feor its pulrpolse.
i):t.--Pidre Vijil left Wash9lington
rsdduy, and it is said), will plroceed Ir
n tl h Ie O)rizatba, oee the 2-lith inst., Il
md rla desiro to contfert wvith his gevern.
hthe reasostns aissigned for his Ieztvinug.
pronete market is at a slill low ebb
t itutcommands 30 cets andt Ithe demandiI!
\ el gotes i' hrdl att -10 cenits. Floui
bi frnmt 2.50 to $3: snpp'y gnaod anid
li itecd. Barcont isi statlionary :at 8.3 bi
nttity and 10 cents by the piece. ]Unttel
ets petr pound, antd Sprnitg chickem
tots a piee. IlThe hit ter itrhicle is in de.
id g h (flt like htot en kes.-Clevelaund
p BBtner, . ln 20. ..
Mo lre than itty vesels are now afloat on ltht
ikske, boun to Oswvego, loadsd with nearl~
bushes of rai)
ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC,
FOUR DAYS LATER FiwM EUROPE.
Nrw Yoxx, June 23.-Tho United States
31ail steam.ship Atlantic, Capt. West, has arrived
with I.iverpool dates to June 11
Unows, Sirr.C & Co.,. r,~e, Mne cotton
rnmrket in favor of buyers, and the trade dull.
The sa:es (if past three days, 14000 bales.
Speeula!ors and Exporters took 1530 bales.
Fair Orleans 7d; Fair Uplands Cid; 'Mid.
Orlean-. G 1.8a-141 ; Mid. Uplands 6 1-16d.
The flour market was active at an advance of -
6d. to Is. Indian Corn advanced 61.
Trade, generally, throughout England, is dull.
Consols declined Id, and quoted at 94.
I'lhe -teaner Asia had arrived out.
Millard Fillmore arrived as a passenger in
the Atlantic. He was saluted by fifty euns, and
nfited on by a deputation previously appointed
to receive him. In lils speech he referred to his
past course as President, as an index to his
policy if he should again be elevated to that
posilion. American ffa.irs was still the exci
ting to)ic of di-cussion in England, and although
Mr. CnaMMox's dismissal was not officially
known, it was generally believed. Ile said that
he did not think that Mr. Dallas would be dis
There has been an attempt to assassinate the
Queen of Spain.
The French funds fell three per cent. in con
sequence of the inundations. The city of Tours,
situated between the left bank of the Loire and
the right bank of the Cher is destroyed. Much
suffering has been experienced at Lyons.
STARTLING NEWS FOM KANSAS-THREE
The reports th:t have from time to time been
circulated of an engagement in Kansas between
Capt. Pate's company and a party of Abolition
ists, are fully confirmed by an extra of the Bor
der Tines, forwarded to the Savannah Republi
can by J. II. Blackburn, formally a compositor
on thamt paper, who took part in the fighting. It
appears that Capt. 11. C. Pate's company of
Shawniee Sharp-shooters was a posse under the
U. S. Marshal, sent out in quest of some mur
derers. On Monday, the 2d inst., they were in
camp at Hickory Point, when a large body of
abolitionists came suddenly on them. About
twenty fired, wounding six of Capt. Pate's men.
The company returned the fire and then full
baek. Tie abolitionists then took up a position
and fired incessantly lor four hours. Capt. Pate
then sent a tlag or truce and surrendered with
twenty of' his men to the enemy. Three of
Capt.'Pate's company, Messrs. Coleman, Long
and Rean mounted their horses and made good
their escape. The likt of wounded in Capt.
Pate's company is as follows: Edward Gould
rich, of Ga., mortJlly ; J. Benjamin Lambert,
late composit-r of the Savannah Republican,
mortally; R. W. Wood. of Ga., mortally . James
McGee, dangerously ; Henry James and Tim
Connelly, slightly several persons, names not
known, were wounded. A number on picquet
guard have not been heard from-supposed to
'The Border Times, June 4, adds the following:
Dr. ''cbbs, a muomber of the- late Territorial
Legislature, has just reached this place. He
gives us the fol)winz:
" Yesterdav morning. the U. S. Marshall, I. B.
Donelson, to,-.ther with flour of his men were
murdered at llickcorv Point, K. T. Maj. Donel
son was on his oflicial duty, when le and his
men were atuneked and cut to pieces by tlie Ab
D tILADELPttAt, June 18.-The Hon. John
Charles Fremont was nominated by the Black
Rejublicans to-day on the first b.llot as their
catndidate flr President. At an i-form-tl ballot
for~ Vice President, Day ton, of New Jersev, had
~f259 vo:cs ; Lineol.', of Illir.oia, 110; Wilmot
413; Banks 29; Sumner 35; and Seattering
a 58. The names of Mlessrs. Sumner, Wilson,
B:,nks and Wilmot wiere then withdrawn, and
Mr. Dayton nominated on thme first ballot a;s the
candidate of the party for Vice President. The.
.aa~i~. ..n..pi etogtse the constituition
Sand the Union-de~clares it to be the duty of
Congress to prohibit slavery ini thme Territories
e-condemns the admninistration for its persecn
Stions in Kansas, and favors the admission of
uKansas as a free State-favors the Pacitie rail
tends generatl invitations to all free Statemten to
Sjoiu hearts on terms oif perfect equality.
PIm.At::.rm:A, June 1.-Mr. Buchatnan, in
his' response, aIccetst the noimination of the
Democratic C''nvention with dillidence, and
hoipes to be able to allay domestia strife atnd
preserve peace with foireign nations, iie ini.
mates Ih:i t hea will anfsw'er lno interrogatories ont
Ithe is-Ile's bx fires the ;iluIe ,. dumrilt' lhe catlt?'as.
I h enidurses tihe pilatform on allI pinits. lie
declines a re.election. I e th~iiks that the lave.
ry :a..iiationi is rapidly approaching a Iiinl i:y.
- li plde hilfL~ if ch-ete'd. to exert the eon
lt itm iinal pa wer to res:.re h:, rmony to the
Confderaicy, and tnhait his foreign poicyi~ shall
be conducted with tirmn mees at homte and m :ain..
Itined Litnhexibl v abroad: it shall hie based on
the princip)!ts olr jusi'tice for allh. requingat jnstice
in re'tm rn ; an tha:t tihe N:ationmal honor shall be
Ipreserved at all hinazards anJ at all bacrifics.
Gr~s WV.u.tun.-ReLcent advices from Gen.
Walker state that the Central A merican States
hadl leaged :ag:iinst him, antd t hat 3i000 troops
*: roll G~ nttamd :n, 2,00') fram S:ilvadoir, andl 1,000'
fro-n llindnuras, were actu ily in march for Ni.
en.ragna. Tnis news was brought by a British
steamer to Satn Juan, and is highly improbable.
"We undlers-and, (says the Louisville Demo
cr11.) tha;t th~e excitement ait Lexington, upon
thle receptin of the news of the nomination of
c ..n. John C. hireckenridlge fur the Vice Presi
deney, was tretnendotns beyond thme powers of
dhe~criptio'n. The nomination of Buchanan had
just created the wildest enthusiasm, but when it
wais known that Kentucky's faivorite son had
been placed on the ticket,'the whole population
aseemed ma~d with joiy. 'id feliing will not be
contined to the home of Mr. 1r.ecnrilge. As,
rthe news spread~s out over the rumal districts, oneC
universal shout will go up from thme valleys to
Ithe hill-tops, amnd from the hil-tops to the val
teys again. -We venture the prediction that one
hiundred Know Nothing councils of this State -
will be disbanded before tihe first of July next.
ANNEXATION OF NiCARtAtiA.-A writ if in the
Mobile Daily Regrister argues at mutch length in
favor of the annexation of Nicaraguat to the
IUnited Statnies. Thuis movement seems to be a
f'avorite one at the southwest. and imn New Or
rleans especially, the gentest interest is mnani
fested in the fate of Walker and his men. The,
filibuster chief was formeriy a resident of New
Orleans, amid is a native of Nashville, Tennessee.
One southern writer anticipates that, wihen the
Mexican amnd Central Aumerican States, are an
iexed to the United States, New Orleamis will
become the great comm ercial emnporium of the
western wyorld, and overshadowv entirely New
York, l'hiladelphia, and oither northern marts.
FnIAUD 1x LAnn.-The New York Post noti
ces the discovery oit anm extensive fraud in lard.
This article ot commerce has been adulterated
to the extent of 8 to 9 per cent. of water mixed
Iwith thme lird. Th'le discovery has caused great
excitement and irritation in the trade, an'd som
steps are abotut to be taketn to prevenit a repeti
tion of the fraud.
rW Ia Chernw, on Sunday last, Johm, a runaway
*negro, and a desperate outlaw, enma toi his death biy
a gunshot wvound intiseted by Fargin.thr McQuaig.
John had been rnnaway about a year, and belonged.
to some one in 31is. issippi. No partientaurs are given
as the matter is to undergo a jud eial intveshian'
W A serious riot tiook lace on Sullivan's 1-land
on Thursday afiernoon betweten a fishiing party and a
large number of soldiers. One or two persons were e
cut, and the Marshal of Moultrieville, whiointerfecred,
was tbadly beaten.
The Methodist lpiscopal Church, in General
Confe'rence at Indianapolis, has had tihe subject
oh' slavery before it for several days, on a propo
sition to introdtnee in thme Cionreh Dikcipinme a
general rule forbidding the traftlie in shaves and
time holding of .slaves for selfish or mtercenary
purposes. The Comnferencee, after a long debate,
voted it down-123 to 92-as unwise to iro
duce this suhjeet now.
For th le A ilnv rt iser.
THE BROKEN IEARTED.
Pily now the broken hearted,
Faith and Hope have both departed ;
Despair upon her altar burns
As lifeless, as in obici urns
Lies dust of the forgoc ten dead.
Kindly love tite spirit-bligh:ed,
1Ier whose fir; t warm trust i4 slighted
A cloud upon tier life ha% filen
A.Lcioud with deepest darkness swolen
A shadow from the false one's \'ows.
The light out of her eye is gone,
I1er words are in the saddest tone
Ier hands are listless by her side,
Her steps are slow as waning tide
Go-bid him come who brings this woe.
Fisr the Advetiser.
A Iia meeting of the citizens -f St. Luke's Parith,
behi in Gralianiville oc the I Ith t.1 tine, Dr. T. 11.
G::cuo::c was called to the Chair, and Captain
.l.t:.csE DECK appointed Secretary. The meeting
was then called to order by the Chairman, who, in
a few brief remarks, explained its object. J. IT.
en:vawcs, Esq., then arose, and in a very lueid and
pertitnect manner, spoke of the cause which had
prompted the assemblage upon the occasion, and
ofel're.1 a motion that a Committee of eight be ap
pointed to draft resolutions expressive of the senti
inents of the citizens of St. Luke's Parish, with regard
ti the course pursued by the Ilon. P. S. Br.ootcs in
the arlair whith transpired a short time since be
tween ltimself and ClAit.Us SU3NEit, of Ma.sSaehu
setts ; which motion bL ilg carried, the C al
apit-.1 leSSr-s. J. II. ScaIIVEN, Dr'. W. F.
B:EssEwtwv, Dr. P. PITrCA R. J. FEaaRU, Dr.
W. 1). Gin.rsos, E. LYs.ut, Col. E. F. locaa.t
anId B. F. Bovn, as ihe Cunnittce, They then
retire'd, and during their absence the Chairman in
vital the expression of any gentlem-in's opinions
present. Tuos. E. Scasvr.s, Esq., then addrcssed
the mectinig, upholing tihe action of Mr. BaoOiS
as highi'y patriotic, and condemcning chat of SvatNic
as cowardly, low, and prompted by nught save the
rid faiaticisim which has ever been characteristit
1'pon the return of the Co:mittee after an ab
'sence (of a v'erv short timie, they submitted the fol
lowin- rcsolutiIts, which, being read, were unani
Reso!Lcd, That the recent atcik or Charles Sum
-nr, Sen-:tor ot 30ltssacu-etts, in the Senate of th
Lilted ;tateu, upon the history and cbaar.ter 0
oth C;.rolina, and his abuse t lier Senator
. lge Iltder. was seurrillous, tiialicious, ald al
together ollhinsive to the dignity of the body o
i which lie was a imc inlier.
Rcsolved, That thefreedon rif deliale in our na
t'otnl couneis has been gro-ly perverted iito i
ItI engine if slantderous warfare u:on the persons ani
institu;ionis of the Southderl States; andi who2'lee
eip'ovs h.gu:e provocative of warr, has n ri;.
Ito therotecin of privilegc ' or the shield of' pec
1Resolreud, That we cordia!'y approve cif tic
coijUr icf contduct of the lon. Pieston S. lirooks, i
having inflicted ai merited chaflisement. appropria
too the individual., satislac:ory to his cons:itueits, act
ibligatory upont a patriotic LIepreetilative of his in
- jured State.
I1csolred, That w. ofier as a trbute of respect t
the Ed.iitocrs of the loston Cou:-ier, New York lIet
al.,atNd New York Day kioik, our highest cor
mendat'on for thceir iimpartiacl acid marnly view<
thei. recenit tr'anscetions ini thle Senite Chi:n~iberi, an
fur their unoble acnd parotic stan.i inc the cause<
Dr. Pinrrcutctit then addresse.1 the mecetinig ill
'very happI~y mnanner, uphcoldinig the sentimtents cin
t ined itn the resoluctionts, reheacsiing te politici
history of Mlassacchuisetts up to the presenct tim<
... e .o *zcw antagomistic ner positionl is anx
h is b.:en to te South. *
Dr. E. E. Ellis then off'ered a resolution thact tlI
proe elc'ngs of tis meeting lhe prublibr:d in 1c1
r (~Cmrti c-i Me:cry, Courier, :mdl Stacndard, andi
-te -'dgelil Aldvertiser, andi that a copy if th
~itiame be sint to lion. P. S. lsrooks. andi to Char!
r umicer; whehc, bcincg eiuied, lice mde.tng aJ
TP. II. GflEG01lIE, Chairman.
J utr- LEcs, Secetaiy.
Tin:~ New York lIerald, Juine 1lth, un-'ler ci
h-'ad of " Poliical G.-sip,"'~.'ys: -- in the Sonth ci
know,. Noting jiormds repiresent .1lr. llmoiire as bi
intl faor of their peencl iair instiliionic, whlile at i
N or bi lit is lput forwrl'ars~b.-inlg d'c'ideiy anti-Nebra
rka andl tii;.posd tc te repeal of' the .Mif-ouiri Corcnpr
- 2 Tin' Watl.ingtuon, (Ark.) D,.-mcra~t of theJ
I says, iliac thle n~eithier, thoncthi piecs.cntc, is exceedio
ly dry and dicirigiing to ithe farmcers. It is, hou
t er vr vry favoracb- fort harvestinig wlheat, the produi
.oh n~i hib is large.r thian usual ini that ice'ttin of cLI
-f li:i.1x, who, was imnplicated wstith Estramape'
*and seni,teced by the Csihant aiinbcri:ies to ithe galle~y
hais been pcaridcined lby the Queen of Spatii, acid hr
ren irned I o Newv York.
' 0 ' Tut.:~ lengrth of all the diilyerenct screecs icc I o:
don is I,> mh)uiles, thei pavinig i.f theta cost ?11,000
000, andii tics yea rly cost of keeinig lice pavemnenti
-repair is ?l.800),0J0
t-' Sost~ of tha 3Mrcmcns are on their way to th
*Eas~tern Sirates fir miehiinery for a tieambotat, to
n esd on Salt inke. Whlen chec steam whiistle fir:
Soicndl it thioee watetr there willi b: a terrible lhttii
ing among' thei wild fowli.
J .oits C. Bact.:aiato<,., tihe democr'atie cati
didaite fur Vice P'residient, hars purchased an Islaindi
Inkie Supericocr, tan caihib ice de-ig~ns tio erec't bildings
and miia ret icmprovemecnts, as a sicmmer homie ft
h in~ h'ai l' ilyri!.
Toc: IC:ic-as f~rialdof F'reiedomc is to be prince
at . uton Illiciush. 'The edibor andi correspondenct wvil
riimat ii ince territory.
* ' An oICES fromn 31exico, sta'te chat the Goverr
mect there rein'es to acknanhiitcre the new Spanis
3uuioiir, nl hlt.-tth Spantish il,:et ircenaces 'en Cru2
l 5'Jx. Ayrnicn:w Srpi:. ox has b een eiecte<
i'eector of te Untiver-ity oh Virgitnia, ini place of tic
venerrabie Jo.seph Cabl.
[37~' T'c E $ravlcanna papers record the deathc
Capt. II.ciihcn Gacrmaniy. of htincgiild, Ga., by al
accidentali discharge of is gunr wile out guinigic
lie " asc a ncative oif Nenh~ erry district icc chis Siati
Capit. Gacrmcany ha~d brc'n galilatily engeagesd in severa
encuncters n.iith the cidianis icciil they twere finaill
Iremoviiedi fruom te fronit ets of Geiorgia aind Alaibamai
andc ha~d uerved wviith mieth credit m te Senate
Up~" A sack oif Flcicr from Wheat rucised at iaors
Shioe lead, w hcere Getn. Jiacksonc defeated lice Cr'eeki
has been for war !eid to Col. Hiroucks by J. S. 1itche.
of West Poinc, Geria, as a tokaen of' his approval
the recenit cainig of .Mr. Sumnlier.
2^7 Da. ST R.INGFE Lr.OwV, of 1010isc3, hais arrivel
at W'ashcingtonc, from Kanlsas. fle says that tic
reports from thcere are exaggerateil; that te free Stat,
nmen, whco wverer the priniciptl agitatcrs, w ere leav'in;
in large numcibers, acnd peace andl ijiiet would soon bc
restored. lie admnit,, hoiwever. hat there liars hbee
some d isturbances and a fe w per.-ons killed.
"r A meetig cf te Y'orkvilles andl Lautrens Cocc
panies of Kansas Eiutgrrts, conccnanded iby Dr. 'I
B. Wititesides anid Gent. A. C. Jiones, respectiveil
wt as hce Id on board thes steaitner Northc/ca Jatceu, on th
MIissoctri River, ont te %th of M1ay last, Gen. Jaine
acing as Chtairmnan, ancd Dr. W~hiiteuides, Secretar)
anti resolcutionis weure piassedi concdemninig the recen
cpeecht of Senator Scumner, anid of ungntahfiedh approva
of the course of MIr. Brooks in givinig him a canin
gg Thce estimtated stock of Pork in Louisville
set down acct ,000) barrels of all descrip tions-.a hecav
stock for te seasoni of te year.
g'Aflaiirs itt Katnsas wear a miiker aspect al
thontghc rumoirs of iolent'e are rife. Armed bodie
have either been disbanided or are skulking in remot