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THE TRWEEKLY NEW
Y J. E. BRITTON.
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Remum ofthe Aew.
The Washington correspondent. o
ihe New York Herald says that th<
13outh Carilina delegation are to hav<
another interview with the President to
morrow, June 4th, "when they' wil
urge the views of the secesh loyalists o
that State in regard to reconstruction
They are 'not likely to have much in
luend'em ishapig the course of thing4
iR that State, their rebel reoord being o
so ultra a eharater as to destroyinp
any- claim to con fdence or -regard eithe'
for their sinicerily or honesty of p~rpose
After the departure of the South Caro
lina.delegation the coast will be cleal
here for any citizens of Florida .wh<
haye been unusually promi-nent in the
lte rebellion, to 'put iii an appearance
and tender to the President their advict
in regard to the conduct of ,affairs iti
that, the last of the rebellious States, t
aeel for the restoration under thq Presi
dent's plan oft reconstruction."
At the assaseination conspiracy cour
martial being'held at Washington, D.
C,oh'Friday,. June 23, Mr Quonoi
U. EuonuiNso ot Qan da. testiflc;
that on the V2d and d. 'inst., he wa
, M w verett6i0s t9ok plac
~pd of ~he rebel 'agents. BEvcxu,
Ttid s , reb-Governdr WESTCOTT '
Floridid eneral AnoL., of Tennes
see, and Dr. MaaknnTT were- present
*They were talking about the 'trial of th<
as0assiro in . Wonagi:in, vhen Tu~qitu
rark'd'.&t he a barned all the let
tis in his room, from fear that the Yan
kees would get possession of them
HUTOIIINSON also testified regarding
tle.whereaboiute and mnovements of th(
rebelagentsain Canada at other times.
.T he AugustA Constitutionalist o
.J70ne 22, says that - quite. a number o
Couederate, prisoners of war, recent:
roleased.from Camp Chase, Ohio, passe<
#through that- city -en route for thei
hom, having had 'to wail a considers
b1e distance, the 'men were very. niaici
jad4,.and' worn, but are all anyioug t
get home, where .peacp and the kind. at
tatIon of friends:will soon-restore them
to'bialth ind \usfulbess as good citi
A. furious tornado, - moving from
vorttweest towards t outheast, swep
Qver fortiions of and Iowa oi
the lth uit, eo ringisoie part c
t.t a' 4ie a d fty. miles
)90aep.were l) ,w es wrench
94 oiffd tpi ated, 4 twibee of pei
416' 'the readIse e el wligkodco
,A of stra .4 havo 'lay.
.The eir e W ue
fractionale e' dojgin
the proess of cartafq - *'reat
'ury Department. . Conui, ongh
.of it are being daily rel
Tzeaskty in Washington 'aid a~
&ea pf the.Assistant Tesqtairs
-oii. tq consfry., .
Fxrom Fort Pelaware, 480-11 0l
oefw ftoum Fort .Warren, 100; And fra~s
(Qd~p Chase ad f'oli,on'e ".1;aq
Odp sg igg 1sC 0bo
a~ntaa roa~olas 4
the 21st yeair of his age. So, also, we
find the death reported Of Miss SUSAN A
The imperialists in Mexico haye
achieved a large success in a tecent be't
tle in Mexico, killing Negr'te, ofthe
liberal army, with 700 en;' and takihg
The Masons of Texas met at Hous
-ton, 15th of May, from whence they is
sued an address to all Masons in the
State, advising a cheerful acquiescence
to the order of manifest destiny in
Hon. GEORGE W. GALE, of Cahaba,
Ala., is the person arrested for offering
proposals for the assAssination of Presi.
'The Columbia Phonix reports the
price of cotton in that market at thirty
cents per pound.
* Admiral S. F. DuPoN'- is dead. Ho
died in Philadelphia on the 23rd Jun%.
Gold was quoted in New York, on
the 23rd, at 142}.
The army of the United States is to
be rediced to 100,000 men.
- The Columbia PhoInie gives us the
- From thp Newberry Herald, of the
28th, we gather a few facts in that lo
cality. The Company E, 25th Ohio
Regiment, Captain Murray,k reached the
tdwn on Monday last, and 'encamped on.
Academy drove. We are told tlyrt
they are reducing the refractory to
order by ver suimfumay - acts of iustice.
At a preliminary meeting, on Priday,
the citizens passed resiiutions and ap
pinted qontnittqos to apply for'the
restoratin of(.the relations beretWfdire
existing between the State aid the Fede
f mlUnion/ A genbral piilIic.meetihgis
to be held .fbr this .purPose on the' first
Mopday ti July.- The citigeng are Ad.
dressed 4b the same efect in a'letter by
Rev. J. J. hrantly.- Mrs. JTulia A.
Aull writes from Frog Level a commu
nication desiibing the brutal perform
andes, robberies and insolence of certain
raiding parties of the precinct, who have
been stealing under rious pretexts.
She gives the name some of the.
ringleaders, whom shte rates in good
feminine style with the sharpest onen
r sive weapons, and trusts tjgt she may
at redress through agencies better cafeu
ated to rebuke the robbeyrA.'The editor
annoutsces thq premature . arrival.ofthe
.blue-tailed fly in Newberry-not as he
r usually appeats, butin.the chiaracter of a
pair of militia colonels, who, not having
been in the war, have had a buz together
which did not become a battle.
A-great public meeting took nIs in
Augusta, Ga., with the vled 0he
restorationof that State . to the W on.
Judge Charles F.'Jenkins was called to
the Chair, atid stated the objets of the
meeting in; in elaborate speech. A
committee was appointed, consistingof
JuJge Statnes, 11. B. Plant, 4. F.
Halt, John P. King, R. H. May, H.
f H. Cumming, Edward Thomas, Geor
.' T. Barnes, John A.' Bohler, John
Foster, L. Cohn,..J. -E. . Burch-and
George Cooper. The report of the
committee admit their 'efforts for the dis
solition of the Union, do'not pretend to
rejqine'attheir defeat butdeclarthemn
. selves willing in good faith to -seek re
union s the necessity of the country.
The report and resolations. were unani
I,'he Anderson'inadtijce states that
thyp~rospqcg or an abud4 e~~' rop
. in that Section hias tieverl qeeelied
withini its rllcion; 1e *heg
crop liass .stned :out b4dly;'' most
histancos scaircely. prodd~ t ee(,
se fro &
olIutions of the same party in Ohio
eressing a decided proference fo
g raham Lincoln and his I pareful ani
cautious policy over the ha sazard radi
cal schemes and theories Salmon'1
Chase and his: followers. ..The Chic
Justice seems to be makig no mor,
headway against "Andy Johnson" thai
he did against "Honest Old Abe" .fo
the succession.-New Y Herald.
Reconstruotion in 8e a~ Carolina.
The Washington corre ondent of th
New York Herald, of the 3d, says :
There will prpbably be some ponusid
erable delay in the ap ointment of i
Provisional Governor for uth-Carolina
The delegation here do 1) t all represen
the Vnionists of tlhq Stat ' the few ther
are to represent. One, ho aims' to b
the giver of advice to Pr ident Johns<i'
hais declared in Charlesto that he "wishe
the Yankees had but on' throat t It h
imght eut it." Anothet deelared tha
lie "would burn his ho ao rather thai
that a damned Yankee -hould, pollute i
with his presence;" ank so dn througl
the entire list. It is Ikely, therefore
'that South Carolina w 1 be. suffered t
be out in the cold for t 4 present.
Dr. A. G. Mackey,.the newly ap
pointed Collector at. ;Charleston, ha
returned to the city a~er his visit. t
West Point, and is wing up thi
pseudo South Caroli. delegation 11
vivid colors. He chagea tbat the me
composihgthe deleatiOn now here wer
original secessionistu . iThey adniit it t,
be'tlue, and atternpt' no .coiceaheni
Col.' Yates, of tLe da tion, enterei
Fort. Sunmter imninedia( y.ffer its. eva(
uation' by Major An .,aind remair
ed in the.rebel nili.a qervice until th
seiirendor of Joe J )nVoor. Others
tie delegation votid and *aed as con
gtitent secessionists irog9it. .The;
are now here acknodg 'themselve
defeated and, baijotd :They -as1
-nothing. bat pardon.a ear . aion i
appointing civil oflicerst The State i
at present *ithout law, its citisens at
completely- honibled,.a fearful prQortio
of th em qr. literally ..detitute. of a
ofeans .f atippott .4hd. stlarving, a
tbanner of lawl Assness and pisme i
alarmingly on the indreasei and the onil
hope for public or privato virtuelis ac
mitted to lie iit the proteg ion of Feera
law.' The names of o IC firesstna:
William W. loyce and Jfr.%T-Aliley
age antig those spbmittec by tip dolt
gation as certditt to give entire patisfa
tion to the .State, although they disclqir
all'desire to influence the Preidlenit
appointment. It can be said in M
Boyce's favor that he disagreed Wit]
a majority of South Caroliniaus' an
declared for peace a year ago. Mr. Mc
Aliley voted against. seqession in th
outset, and, like.Governor Aiken, hebi
aloof. throughout the war. Thoro i
evidefitly -very little sympathy hetwebi
these delegates and-Dr. Mackey, who&
loyalty is accepted by the North, witli
out question. The delegation is tq hav
another hearing 04 Saturday..
AD)PiSa8 14T THE GoVEBKO.,
The crisis -of thb fate of Texas is nov
upoia all hei.people.- Ai you love Toi
a, as yon' r6vre her - good nafme ani
heroio Oeeds,- d you share:ih hir Intei
este Aktikkboinory be- t-ae.to the dutilab Of
now clinifrbam Zour'hfrtsfid.kn1
'FaIthfilnes, courage, Ienr y ' tl
iresent hot- will save the S .' Fai
ing in these, you drsg her into a n 'abyj
from which thd~me can be no andeflt.t
Niao ations arh penidin t) iti
the hea iterests of' the Stt n;a
ble'tdWsoldibr, ater his long sa
anid pu'sne 'hidasigy in eoW
claretgyso it tin yo* r t
so0$ $ (Ils. e
I.ess i ~ irwu&t
, Texas Soldier to belong to you, if ye
r fail them and- fair your country now ?
I The flag of Texas, its "Lone Star,
- still floats in the free winds. - Othej
..have gone down. It is yet 'full nig
f advanced.' It is in' your keeping.
) dishonor and shame ever stain its brigi
i glories, I tell you plainly you will t
r the men who do it.: That flag is ent
tied to your allegiance and dut
True to it, it will remain tlie emblem i
honor and patriutism-of memories an
hopes alike glorious.
. I uphold no extreme views. I hav
no impracticable designs. I declai
frankly to the people of Texas, that
the terms can be procured which I bi
lieve we are now in the course of ol
Staining, I shall bow in- -what seems th
destiny 'which returns Texas to th
American Union, and in good faith,
long as charged with yonr executiv
power, I will seek to effiect this trans
t tion in the manner 'which will best pr<
I teet the interests of the State. I am ii
t defatigable in my efforts.
. Soldiers I you in your place of higI
est honor-I faithful to my pust-let i
stand together firmly for the welfare
I invoke the utmost exertions' of a
soldiers and citizens to uphold law, I
preserve order, to protect property ai
civil rights, and to save the State froi
The courage which defends social o
der is eVen nobler than that of the ba
tle field. P. MUnnAH.
TIE OLD ORDER OF TILNGS PASSE
The past week has been eventfid i
Texas. ' Almost simultaneously .'tl
a Confederate armies in this State brol
up and the nien left for home; they h
lostall hope of slecess. in the furth,
struggle for southern indepentlenc
s Before going home, however, the s<
diers helped themselves to all Gover
a nt, foyerty -11 -dver tho oountry, fro
a lveston. to Shrovepott, respo:ctn
6 '*ever, all private pro-periy. Ti
sinr i which the'- property was ta
n rested appreliensiqns that' priva
roperty ivould nurt slfler and all pi
ato honses were closed at. Galvest<
and. Iloaston for several days. BR
theae apprehensions were groundles
The public property being disposed <
the soldiers left for l;ome. The la
Confederate troops 1ft Galveston We
hesday, 26th. The mayors of Galive
ton and- Houston have 'orghnized cil
guards stilficiently strong. to preser1
Oood orde'4 and -since Friday all is qui
in both itlies, the citizens followifig tle
usual avocations. ', Governor. M urrt
has sent commissioiers to Not oleai
to tNbat for peace with the Fe eral gei
eral,'independent of the other Southei
States, and.had also sent a guard to me
the forts in this harbor utnuil his <commi
sioners can be'heard fronw. 'As to ti
c6ndition of the country between Hem
stead and Shreveport. we are unadvise
the'telegraph wires having been dov
the past. six days.
([GalveatoA Bulletin, May 18.
WH'AT PRESTDENT Jo0NSON SA'
ABOUT -JUDAH P. BanJAMiN.-The
seems'to be no doubt that the rebel Se
retary, Benjamirn, has made good h
ecape to lermudaIned of pirate
' dlocade ritnnfe/s and yellow-fever co
spiratr.- - hij inliligenco will be r
di with muh regret, by the Prei
den. In a roeent corversation with
pronsineb 'olitioal gegtlemen;1l. Joh
son rnrl1,t heire was-no reb
s wh -' ~s ueee him sot im~per
- ~''d an d4 by psablic justice.
4 'tlb 1. Detjamin.
Mn~4~ay-2 f)g ournal, JTune 15.
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