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Tbe VT MAessftnp
eu publish to-dily .thl I't por tion of
the veto mesgel of Preu1O;nL oison'
Onl the Civil Rigme .1in.
Our space will nut pornit our pub.
lishing the .wIhole mehM,e0. The ex.
tract. given embraces Piioigh however
to convicee niy nlihbialsed mind thlat the
position of the President is impregitabl-,
I do not propose to coisider the poli.
c' of this bill To me ilim details of t lie
hill seem fralight. with evil. Tie white
rae and the black roce of the Sout
have hitherto lived together itder the
relations of master anld slinvc-(,.ipital
owring labor. Now, sudmdenly, tOHt re.
Itimr is changed, jind, as to ownership,
capital ad In bor are divorced. TIheyv
st1nd iiow each nastur of itself. . I~n
this new relation, mie b-iig necessary
to the otif-r, there will bC Il newv VldjIs.
ment which boti, are deeply in1ctocrested
in makinc hirmonions. cat]h hIs eqi l
power inl settling the tWrms, IcId if bf-ft
to 1ie laws that. regi.m,. elpital anid lia.
1)or. it i.+ confi4tily hlieved that clhey
wil' sari.factorily work oit i ie problen.
Cnpitli. .t. is true, has miicre intelligence -
Icit. labor is never so ignorant. as n.ot, to
inderstand its own valtiv, anid not. to
Ie thiat. esipital must. pity thal. vaiile.-.
This bill fristrates this adjl.st ment. It.
literven s between 6apitnI and labor,
a11l attempts to set.tle quiestions of po
litical economy t.irocgh tie- igencv of
nurneroits officials, whose int erests it, 'will
be to foment. discord between te t wo,
rnc.s ; for as the brench widcns thi-ir
tvilmployment will cot.ine, an11d whent it
is elosed their tic. cipntion will termate.
In all otw liistory, icc till our e,xpe-ri
nce ias a. people living cinder V'eni
and State law, no such syatem ns that.
contemplated by th deiiii 4of tiris bill
hns ever before beec proposed or adopt
ed. They estbbsh, fot the seciri y of
the colored race, siifegards whicii ge
infinitely beyoni nny tim-t tice Gneral.
Goverttnment has ever provided for tie
'ite race. li inct, tie di4tiction of
reico amt. 001 is bV tie bill Ilade It,
roperat,e im. favor of the colored tian]
agninst Lhe white race. Ti ev interfere
'withk tie Ilitimicipal -gisl n of th
St'es, wilh the reltinii( eXig eX
cluitvely betweei it Stat mid its citi.
zei-, or betwiieii Inhabiiant.s of' tie. sanic.
St ate-n absoryitimi :knd ls'", cijpitj,l eel'
powerl. ley the -General- Governme.nW
whiebi, if il:qiiiescVd - in. milst si p ancld
destroy uir Cederative systum of in.iiiid
pow:rs, and break. dowii ile bmsccr"V.
wihich poreserve tie rights 'of tif States.
It, is iother step, or ratlier stnis!i., 1).
wards ctraibzationi and lie o-me>etrst.
tion orlill legisativo powers in tie( Nit.
ri"cnal Governiiient. The teticily .f
Ile il-imict he to-resitselitie. thle spirit.
ot te reb1elionj and to arrest tice pro
gress ',f hose ijifiiences which are :ore
'celyv drawig arwind the States the
budiol' uliocn an pence.
M lanwnted pr(e.d.cessor, in his, pro.
clm1iation: of the first of Jan iarv. 1863,
ordered jind declared that nll' person,
ht-e is slaves within certain States and
parts of States therein designated were
acid t.enceforwaid sliould'be free ; and,
furlit-r, . that. the lixecutive government
of' the United Stat.s, includ;ing the mil.
itary an, ua1vIal nth llorities thereof,
would recoglize anlcd m11imnini the free
djini of such iersons. -his g ai
haset beei rendered especia lly ogtr'
acid sacred by tice ae'ndmn of lgthr
Constitutcion.n cbolishcing sla ver t icbroughc.
ocut the United States. F uterefore fully
re.cogoIze thie obligationc.t.o protect' an'd
defend that class of ouir people, whecn
ever andi wherever it shad4'becomie n"c
wssary and to the~ full extentiI compatible
.h-the Conetitution- of "thce Ucnited
Eiitertaining these senitimet., it only
remaicns for mei to say', diat I will cheer.
fully' co-operate with Conigress ini any
mepiatsu that may' be niecescsarv for the
protection of the eivtl rights of' the fre
inert, nas well as those of all ocicer classes
of persons thirouighoutr the United St-ictes,
by jidicial process tinder equal and im.
partial laws, in conformity wit.h thce
proviscons of thce Federal C2onstitution.
.now return thce bilh to thce Senate,
acid rtereftat in considerihcg the bills
acid joimt resohtion--forty -twoc in ni ccc.
bcer-.wvhichc have' 'been thus far suibmit
tad for my ap)proval~ I anm comnpelled to
- withold my. assent, from a second ineas
-qre thait leas received the sancctionc of'
IVothi Hontees of Cotugres.
WA5Ioto4P, March 27, 866,
?cs."Emma Iiafdinige bolte knowt~n
as "Belle Boyd," whoc recently gavwe to.
fie pubhl.two voliumes ct. venctures
- iji thut Cl0sdedern tb acid Pedera4 States,
in the. ptiso andco*tnps of both sec
f'ionri now. annc cowikcs hetself,as .
toin#ol'aneouni lecturer,.' .
11. in Loncdon.
solo gget, for this paper in Charlesion,
R@ I lave a supply of Itevenue Stinmps
of various dellominalionis, which Can be had
I'y op>plying either at this offico or at tihe
efiee of' the Clerk of Ihio'Cotirt.
ii. A. GAILLARD.
"The Land We Love,"
l the title of-a Magaziie to be pub.
iished about. the 1st of May, prox.,
"provided thatithe subscription list uill
jetstify tle unertal. ig." This Maga
Zine is a ionthly devoted to Litorature,
A gricuiltire ani Genera l Intelligence,
anii.1 comprising roporls of battle.e, inlci
dents atill anecdotes of tle war', nver
before p lislied. It1 will no doubt,m- i
terest tle public to learn that this peri.
odical will be ider the editwrial manage
iment. of Gen D. I. 1 fill, a man who
writes(as well as fights) to the point. Tht(
Magitzme wIll contain sixiy or eighty
pagvs of thie size of th-'se of' Bbickieood's
Maga(zine, and will Ie firnished sub
scribers at the moderate rate of $3 a
year in advance, or A5 at. the ed of the
v hile exceptions might be taken to
ilhe lit-tl' of the aboyv fortl-I'coning
mentlIly, if it will stereotype the senti.
niwt contained ill te title, it will es
tablisl itself. What we lieed Sonthii is
a dli.1iit ive iterattire, which shall hi as
-h:iracteristic 4of "the land we love," as
tbe proditt eions in British lit.erat iue.
F.r thiit. land, thouegh
It may not, brightest ho, nor best -
To fi. it spreids a eotler's breast
its springs.-well from our hnmost heart,
lis skies,-our heavenliest drerims impari..
ti- carth, -eislrinte oiir pareuts' sombs,
Its air.-anid lire's darkest. doom
irentles hope'into our withered souls.
Ne'arly ten yars tgo appeared in
Cimtrie'stsoln "IRusse/1's Magazine," a
\iMoliily of more neri. diiian approciation.
A fter a short-lived existence it sirceu.117)
edl11r ir Ihe 'want. of support. So ent iiely
heretfiore iins Northern literliture over-.
st'iilowed ill efAtris tt ihe 'Soitth to es.
tablilih her ony, that. ile ilatter withered
;1nid grew sickly. Beit. Ileo history of
literstire 'ncotirage. its to hopi- tlhat a
,et I er (iay is dv;ii ng upt-n tho Sonihi.
M*.re than one violint sociil and polti.
cal convudsions.i in tile- carer of tatiMIS
laivie given Aln inpetotis to Ieintl v'ir"lr
leit gave clisrieter to the perio-lof
r'volittion, aid the tioii iii%-e,lve(j
This is trite of the Grecian RpuImblic, of
lie Roman Empii l and of the Pritish
Monarchy. The socia systee) which haes
heretofore cliracloridse the-South grent.
ly retarded the building uip of a Sotth
ert Liter-atire. It ii) never hwen
mude a professiont. It' was doh-fil to
r 'ad t he pitiful a ppils of the proprietors
ofl Suthern- Journals feer a support.
Stich appenleh. were masde bec'Lautse t here
were tio corps of Literaui who lived
by their p)rofe'ssioni. Writers wer~e urg
edl, were begged' to contribute somte
thitig,-but there was no reward ofenred
f'or their labor. Hence, hiowever
worthi wecre sonie of the contributions
to Southern journals, thle'v were more
the gifts of' ease and- Ins nry, than tI o
creations ofC bol, self sntstah: ing sand
vigorons thsotghtt. Yoiung an.n oh
wealth graduated4 with dlistitnction at our
first class colleges, iand thaut was the last
heard of themi in the literary worlId.
The trnth is, no people cant disting'shu
themselves itn art, science orm literatute
unl-ss they are indivi'dualized. Events
without our control have so ieeat
Sout.hern society that if a manifestation of
vigorous thbought characterise this new
feature, it will be a compensittiont for
the revolution throtugh which-we ,shave
passed1 and wieh has <lictappoitfted our
Calpwlations hasve' baeen made based
upo'n-She umonthly receipti of cotton hi
the devetM. pQnrt aind the estimt of
the .amont stil in t m inteh't ote
,rieWStater la pe)t ud*1 800 3 Od06
if th machne h5
01 hrow'n bilt a* geir by thu j, -ing.
pollices, we belive the cotton produce
in L1,10 Skqth this,ypar will be the mul
proltable'ver ied Not that it w'i)
40 so large, but on the other hand
grouting it to be as large as 'the tnOm
hopeful make it, eve.n t lint. nomnt wil
fall -o far short 6f the demanid that i
must comnand a high price.
The Ijily to be clothed by cotto
makers annd anUufracturers in no smtial
one. It is nntiounced that 700,000,00
of the population of the globe wenr cot
ton exeisively,.1tund that. all but abou
70,000,000 nse it more or less for cloth
The Charleston Dily Xetts publi.sh
(.s a tabtrIar sint'aihent of the export
of cot,ton from that port fron the Isl
September 186&, to -the 29th March
1866, inchusive. Tif whole atmoutnt i
63,016 hnh.s' of w hich 27,068 were ex
iortd to Liveipool, 266,to Spiiii, ai
35,682 Io constwise ports from New I orl
down to JacksonVille.
The District Bencriciary to the Ullivers1tv
of South Carolina.
wero 'ot a little siirprised, upon
recent inquiry, to learn that no young
tmau1 of our )i.triet cme forward on the
1 "4t ult., to stand the examination pre
paratory to ene'ring the University
Surely the interest in educntion lih
not fallmi below zero. There must be
some father or mother in the Distric
who is willing to contribute to the wel
fare of a soin, to the e'xtent of ftrnishing
hitm with food and clothimg, when every
other item of expense in his edicatiml it
met by the State. We beg one
youth of our.District to come.forward
aItId avail -4I:nself of this opportuttity.
It. is not too late. Indeed, by cotting
IIw aid submittitng t- the extainnation
the besti use can be made of the interval
of time between .tow and tt(e begining
of tihe second qirter of the scholastic
year, even if Fneilty should decline
admitting thie student, i t the mentiime.
Thi' pooreit,j* in. tie District, ifWhe
has the tntital-qitalifleat ions, tmny clain1
tihe privilege. It is not ittended for
iho.e who are alie to educate t.'wir owr
sons. Ti privIt-gI- is- extended wily
t.o h Ilneody. It will he a slanle to
t-f tDistrict if there he so nitich iidiffTr
ence to-the advn!cemet of ktowledg<
hat ot. evOn onive cnn be found in th<
hiuts wha has iit t lie encouragmeniet
to nvail himsel of tihis opportiuity 01
;Ieqniring a liberni ediicttioit. There
fore we airntstlyv appeal to every lover
,f knowledge to bestir himseif, anIlet
th--ir be a rival6hip in embracing thie
O)fftr of the State.
Siteh i the title of a neat little Mheel
(the sppcimeii 7op * y of whieh w- hav<
recuivi-d,) and which ja to be edited b*v
i. 1. Cat.tst.:. Esq., and publishee
by' Stewart aind Rhtodes, of Charln.ston
lIt the nanal' pithy style, the Editor do
scrib)es his pape4 as an "lnde; o tddent. Ot.
gn of Sonth Cartadina Indust ry. intelli
gence antd Thqntiry."' The mntto is
"him strontg. all ye people of the land
and work." We will wvelcome tha
Yeomavn, aind look anxionsly fbr' itia.ap
A Nice Chance,
The Chaerawv Advertiser says thai
there aire, a that District,, six haundw-c
miore yatamghtadies aan gentlemien.
Y'tnng gentlemn will trot all spead
at once, if you please.
I The A drertiaer oeld nbt have iaans
a more effective itetn'tann the above tt
t,urn thte tide of enmigtation from Afox
ico to Chtesterfleldl Districth-EDs
Tu a Ptaxstinr:u END0R8ED AGAl N.
When Andrew Johnson was a tailor it
the littTe towin of Greenville, bast Ten
nessee, he htad the reputation of being
one of the best tailor, in.all that,regiot
of country. So.poptglar waush tt the
litte b.y.a ause~ting ,'ph,
the .sLreets: te Ab .w# We'#ee, the pro
duct, of soiuesyost if) ala at the itrs
ifo o unt tou a inew aost
i'll t9etJour;-wha. e
A line df'eefrsW bot'to be ds
tuablished for' the rive~ trade b.tWett
A sot of 44 , A.I.orlong was
also arrosted o- day last '*eek and
sent. to Columbia.
The total packin*O hogs in the
West, it.is mupposud, wi.1 . foat. up be.
twoun 1,600,000.and 1,700,000, against
ntnrly 2.500,000 last year.
The Government -is about to con.
mence the rebuildihig of Fort-Suintor.
The .Internal levennio rceipta are
running to about half a million of' do.
lars per day.
From to Edgefield Advert'ser, oi
Wmdnesday, we take the f>lowing : Oin
.Friday morning last a deticnhmen of
a cavalry% arrived in our villago from
A ugista, bringitg With them Mr. Wil.
i son IL. Colt-miant, of this D'6-trict, who
i had been arrested some' ten days-pro.
- vious, mil a Mr. owoll, from near
I I lauilrg, al.io under arrest. This de.
tachient went into camp at the Fair
Ground, near the village, and since then
they have nrrested Gen. M. W. Gary,
S R. Grillim, Esq., Mr. JseGomillion,
Mr. Emsley -Lott, Mr. Julius -Day nml
son1, James Diay, Capt. James Milcihlell
and Mr. David Strother,
All of the above Imnitioned 6,n1o.
mn, we 1n3rstand, with tte except ion
or ohe for hatter, left here for Colmbia,
under giard, on Sunday night last.
\Vhi they wete arrested is lievond otr
coijectur(-, for they fire all -well known
citizenti4, and lviv iver been-eutiie .d
ionorablo gentlemmn Feii g satisfied
that these gentleman will he- Itbl"
speedily to exculpato tlemiselves from
i he chargms, whatever they are, under
which they were arrested, *e- h1ope
very soon to welcome them all home
There are signs of troible abroad.
An.ria mid 'Prussi are at variice,
:iti1 the Prumsinit mmaire is embroiled
Witi the I-gislitture of tho kingdoImn.
I'he Czar and ite Pope have quarrei-d,
anld the latterhitas snnhbed Lw Itissian
A nibassalflr. A revolt' in R mmiinin
has det hroitql Prince Cona, w'ho is a
fugitive, and the Couit of Flanders is
inivited li the insiurrectionists to oct u
py hill pface. Engiand is troutbled by
tho Feliians, aiid Napoleon is plung.ed
into hot wvater by the , Mexican illsiness
Ds. Marioi Siiims, a native of South
Caroli:a, has won Huch finme iii Fral:ce
and Great Brita'n, fil an accomplished
suirgeon, that tho French Emperor has
conferretl pon im thiLe Cross of tie Li'.
gron of Honor.- IN spendh iis finto
hetwm;n Paris nud' romdon ; his frmily
resiuiing in the latter pluce.
Tho Alnbama Legi-Iatre has undei.
taken to tax Harper's Weekly out of
circlation in flat State, by requiring
$50 forqe right. to edi "aity pictorial
or illusMeid weekly, or any monthly
pa per, periodical or magaizine', pullishied
outsaide thle limits of this State', 'and not
in a fore'igni conltrv."
HIer Majesty's f'rigates Blainca and
Villa deo Madrid have returnted from
their Soithrln expedition, hain~ilg, onl
the 7th~ instant, had an engagement
with thim Cilian-Fernvian squadron,
which mt1ityd arid composed, so far as
has been ascertaitned, of' the frigates
A purine, Covadotnga, A merica. M~aipnt,
andu Lersuindi, w~iith some reserve steam
era carrying each-'a single uin.: Inas
much as our- frigates had- to contnd'in
nt:eqjual combat ngainst rtese- combined
forces, besides being,exp16sei to the tire
of land batterier, motunted' by the ene.
my with the gun-s taken from the Ama.
soas, thtey 6f' course received' tuftch in
jury. Our ships were struellc several
times, butf theo damage was- ypeedi
ieme'died. Ono main was wotun
the'IBlanca and-seyen in the
Madrid. 'fhe Blanek fitl 1
the Villa de Mpri 280.
the lous of the Pertsvintfr' A
nas and of the siteen mbei bs
lM."nt'do oajl settled adf
~olt.y in liojolje ug,ts ao, with
Piusql-a. AOghlyf in -the
R.'talleIi1r, 1W m et, Vi 1h 18 Ktl
hist. Getterid. ii*iklii hIs leU&'on
loavo of abselico it f6ihr niois -afdt'
now feniters Ilis resigliatioi f t h i r.
pose of *e6pting tile; positihf of *lar
iitendallt of Cok's pi6 fatlAf.
When Wilkes Booli waf cafthedl- i"
diary kept by himself was 06iind'oli l"'
p-rson. IL is d tted back beveral
back prior to thn assaRSsination of'
the Presidint. and was written u)p'
briey, but faithfully to fhe very day
ion which ie Wa. Icaptured This 'is7
abget to be) pililiMlId.
Senator Dixon, of Connecticut, is
dangerously ill of heart diesease.
Major#General Seth Williams (lied in
Boston, Fridnt, of inflanation of the
A cegro has sncid au Indianapolis pa-*
per for *10,000' dan.g"s for libel.
Sixty persons have beeni arrested for
furher revoiutionary movetents in
nlyto, twenfy of whtom it. is supposed, -
will he executed.
'here is a propositi<) to place tihe
ViglettCs of Crant, Sher nnn aid "her
pli'c inie on the coupot s of the Uiited&l
We Ire tec totally opposed to copy..
ig nan, ; from living heroes or states
mn1) for oit her childr%:1 or cupun bonds..
Bt.ter wait till soch die, and thus see
wiet.her t.hey hold their own or itot.
The President find General Butlr..
.AN INTE lvlW oN TIl XF*inM.N'8 aUREAU
The Washington correspondent of the
N-w Orenus Crexcent coummuniicaes to it tihe,
following account of .tu interview between.
t ke President and Gen. .I. IF. Butler t .
The interview was very le.githy, extend.
ing over one hour and a half, during which
t,ie the notorious lonljailms eiployed -l1.
tlio aris of which Ie is capable to imprecas
tie Executive mmil. I do not. pretpn to
report tile conversaltion Verbtilim but pre.
sent. Ihie.subsaisnce or it, and in some parts
the exact words employed.. I have also
gool reinion i o k nowtt I I he Crecidtt is the
on11ly journail which has received accounts of'
ais important interview. I uay preinise
that httler has been For some tinie fre
quenting ile in1lical haunts. and, alth6ligh
I(dltlIng no offiial position. is re,ogniied us.
iai biffinient wire-puller, .Thbo President wis
not astoniahed.:tiherefort. when ii U'Ardvas
brought in. reqilesiing the honor of a few
minuto' tete a t-ie; 1 ut la% ing bein wenricd'
by repeited inerviews on' the same subject
-the signilin of (te Freediman'tt Bureau
1111-.11. ohnsoni ha I become ex hinusied and.
pottilant, aimil said in his expressive ninn.
not, When didl he cone Well, let 1im.
come in." Aler being setied face to face
with the President, lhe -hero of New Or:
leans" laid out his case in full, urging the
approval of the bill, and suggesting its
adoption as the basis of a compromise be.
. veen the Capitol and the White House.
The President. with his usual impertur
ble manner, listened to the entire rigmarole
of the poltician, 'n%d then answered *.im
with the words of the satiesnian; words
thnt were doubtless immediately reported.
to his ladical friends in waiting: "Gen.
Butler, you are very well versed in all the
astute th0ories .now urged in the Capitol
but let. us leave this flin fim and coune
down to plain comhmon sense. We fought.
this battle for the Union: our- entire course
during the war waus sin endeavor to restoro
tile Siates to their constttional psitions
we tIled to do so inl Georgia, atid I ask you
would you'not.hIave receIved Ogporgia during
the war as ua State of this Union had she
istarep)resenlttyve toCongress? WVher'ev
er I found a green spot of loyalty in Tenn
essee I triedl to sttsiain It, and endeavored
to obtain a representation for it.
were States then; whly are they nd
now ? You have appoInted jud-~
them; you. collect taxtes In theme, an
refuse thlemi represetitat ion. Why~
have not even a delegate, like theITerritorie .
Tasolr voice--the votle of eleven millions of'
people-dannot, be heArd ln-the National
Capitol. This hs hard rand unjust. Are yost
afraid of''a few 8outhern members? Why
'not admpit those whtocan take the oath and
send th ##tiho.oe.to halretheir places filled
by other aen ?' Ybu thinik to ;qthe me by
admitting the TdAafesse'ede Dbecause
I happen to belong to: tl~jai, but thle
rights of eyety State e~e*l Unien are
equally de6ar to use. ivfy talks very
much~l of suppo 10ay pley, but when it
comesi sa.wo 04tt .a~w difforenit
eourse. of tmy -Ii, ondutse.
'or mty g* jhead' titl is almost
eq o'ttItal s* ~ftasasinate
eprs is wune revo,.
Qdhen Is th s-p a Tis billt
lieert em-t,e of the~&jJ y ought
Io 1an~ad'sa littie ?ouest.00: 1- do not
'n wadtec I'4ill1'5g lb. .bil4or IeQ."
dt u -has oe ex:pr..edrit Opiela,
ulatianas of shut4n im-,
sel o'th~ e ft~h e on'sersato ,of the
a e ia ' had 4-th
FNE H 8N4AN;Bedc Rioa