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NE WS SUMMARY.
California is biWlng Ac imporlant Haes
Tho divorces in Connecticuat the past year
anmber one for every tunio masrrges.
Ii Canada there are Sevonty-Ihree gold
Iines, employing 708 miners. The yield of
gold for the last three months s valued at
An italIan has invented a breast pin from
which by touohing a1 little spring, 0O can
extract i sulcession of Choice airs from favo
. A ihoal Of ito hundred sperm whales
was obsoavel near the lawaiian1 islands on
jhe fist, of April, ite first for Many yeats,
:And ihree were taken.
The net of all kinds of fit works is to
be prohibited in Boston on tie comn
ius Fourth of July. That city heretofore
has aAkguialy expended $60,000 for ro
A young New York broker lately raised a
nsation in a horse:ear, by paying tho fare
of all iho passengers on board. Ono young
man said he would take a segar too.
The number of acres inl growing wheat. in
the Valley counties of Virginia is greater
than in any year before the wai. The
prospoot for an unconmuonly heavy yield
per aere, continues fno.
-"'Iiaokbird of Song" is the term applied
by (Ie London lra to Blind Tom who is
-again performing at St. James Hall. ill
jiowers of musical Iuitaitions are pronounc
Me. Yonatt, (he famous vetorinary sur
goon, who lia boon bitten olght or ton
times by rabhi animlials, says lhat erysta's,
of nitrate of' silver, rubbei into tie wound,
Will positivoly prevent h1ydrophobia in. the
bitten lersion or animl:.
The tirst proamaintion for a thanksgiving
i $JonnIejt ient was isMned in 1641, am wits
itadlodel of brevity, as follows : "Its Ordor
od, there thall bei a publiok day of thanks
giving through this .1lrisdiction tippon
Wousday come fort nig-ht."
SwiIzerland, we see it-stated, is (lhinking
(if sending an etiassador to Waishaingon ;
also, wants a seaport, .and display its flag
tupon 111" ocean. The eibassa'lor Canl he
zcit easily enaougih, u ilt Itiat. Seaport blui -
ness will prove more diltilnil.
There Is a prljIect onl faot., or talked of
to change (lheholing placo of paaw"ngers
by 4le Inman fino of Eiuropean steamera
front New York to .Newport. New York
placm a tax of $ I per unpia on tvory emti
grant frot litope landing in ithat city,
while in .Rlude lland thle tax is only fitly
Tho extent of the iron trade in fihe city
of ihntion is ruly aist onnaiding. Thae Com
aacreal 11ulletin saIys hlmt Il one1 of the teat
districts or that city tle amutaant of ironi
nannatti ally iei*glid r4aiclies 109,000,000
poudtis. Most. of tho iron biraight -there
coeius frot .nglhtid and Swedent.
Says an Huaglish paper: "It is a enrious
fact tliat (here are ltn nitisual numtber o'
Frenoh families in London. Their haos
hative been let. aM a iobvi nuifa.l pmolti, UMr
they -wish to escape e/ure Paris for a (imo.
N-t a few Nev -Yorkei't are in Paris liviig
on thprbilis of reing thei'hotses."
Beat. hutleir recetly atddressedi a note to
MissSurratt, dauighter of Mrs F'rrat t,
lint was h11ung. asked for tiai iterview itt tin
importatit matter. A flor conasult laig With
het friends she returned for nit answer thr.t
Lhe wani I grant the interview in tite pres
ece of her counisel, Mr. Uradley, of Wash'
iigoto. This the General did not acceopt.
At a fair and strawbaoriry festival'hekt bay
the laidies of (lie First )bnptist Chaurch at
Memphtlis, an ouditor's secretary aini chni
were voted to thie -most papuliar editor in -th<
elty. -They were awardedt to Somes,-.for'
meirly commtaandler of tho Alabama, now
editor of the Biullein, he having received
.majority of all tho Votes.
Mi. Salvet at, lias proposeoi th anufac
-ture of a glass at ont:o triaslut and re
flooatg, so thant it may ho0 a window gias:
or lookitng glass, or~ botha, accordinag to .po
Alttion, without r'estorintg to'th eotroes
anda life destroyling process at present uso<
iriait quicksilver. i'lat inuint is hais agent
'Thae same glass anay be empltoyedl will
great adlvant age for dlecortiie piarposes.
The Lyntchburg Virgiim says there is a
dii in Mon~gomory county, Va., who wva
chariaatonoda "Attrow- 3 aicksoni Gordon Jae
tanon Dobynal."' [fTis cild must enrol,
:be a rolativo of Johni Thtoas Alexande
40aamathy Ilaws, of' patsquitank connaly, N
'U., who said ho was so "purtly" whent
ohild, that his amother wvas conatinuatly weep
ing overhimt, fearing she would ntever rais
him. So says (ihe D~evil of the Niaws Office.
A correspondent 4o thet Now York 1Ieralt
'vrites: "lnforenaioni just 'ececived fro:1
diristol. on the lino oi Vhintia and Tena
'tessee, d(ias that. a perfeot retgn of terro
exists there in consequencee of the dleproa
dlon of a coimpany of lrowntlow's taniliti
who invaded the townt. This comnpan;
tnmaberai hbont otto huntdredl, two . tirds o
whom are tegroes. 'lThey are represetntoi
atS'brutal and lawless, nad have createdtih
greatest cOu~steratio9namtonag thte inhnbi
Someo talk haveisg been occasionedl here
sanys tiho W inchestoer ,(Va.) Tirmes, on accouna
of the reported marrtiage of a wita woal
10 a black atnan, we have madt~e ittquiry it
.th timtatter, atnd 'ounid thes report tue. Tha
hiappiy groomi Is -a black man, raisedl ant
formeorly owned by a clitizen or Winceter
theu bride is a white womnan, fort sonmc timt
a residentt or Wincester. The marriag<
ceremony Was performned by a colot'ed cir
M' EthmA'crtoN O . g>UtlTtagnN Oftt.s.-A so.
elety has been fot'oted in laltimoero aupor
the following btasia:
J. The societ y shall be collef "Tho So.
eiety for thie Liberal iaduattioti of Soutla'tr
Femalo Children," and Muali have for itt
inemnberst all ladies who will eontributo $r
per anumi towardl its stapport.
2.. 'The ob'jeotaof th9 society shall be tin
e'tneathon am~ ia upport of (e male chlret
fromn thea South t, ghtotn the enldmtiijles of wm:
htav bin-rhved 'o otheor raciti of c~itation
aund whoue t't'rili a ind ftiend's saa hl ewi
lhng t ot ntrs the'an to IhIo society to ha
caredl for. auid ednliorted itn-the reliviionas Iaiti
np;o *ei by Itheir' paml o t.uared:
A gneral abolition of slAvery Is prevalent
In nlI partd of lite' wobi. Tito United
Stes Ji0oglot rid of her oavery, and lis.
bia ]lis alio nshmed heir serldoni. 13y A recent
doree of thomoperor of Brazil, all children
O tilatves born after ilo Oth of Ap'rll last are
free, and slavery will entirely cease at the
end of (Av.ilty years from that date. Five.
Pixtiis of iho population of Brizil are olither
negroes or persons of inixed bhod au-l two
fifths of these are slave.s.
-CAPT. J. N. MATvPIFT.-WO are pleased to
atoli nceOil100 that Il is distingtaished gentlonianl
and tentineatg Alieer has returned to tle
Unicd Sintes Ile luis recently been in
(lie service of the Drnzlliatn Governnent,
ht feeling tihat ho niglit socutrily rettrn to
Ainerica, has resigneEl Iis comaiission anill
is now in Wasliington. Cait. Maiiliti, we
understand, is uitte well.
Bishop Quintoard, in an nidress to the
lipiscopal convention. at Moimphis,condetnns
(he priautice of railsing nioney 'or churches
by fairs. lolleries, &o., and urging on ihe
church Its ditty to negroes, one of whon, lie
says, I.i a canidato for ordination, ready to
go to w >Ik.
WINNSBORO, S. 01
Wednesday Morniug. June 5, 1867.
1). U. McORlEIG T, lin-ron.
TfHR EI. tI)LI.AnS per yor; TWO DOLI.ARs4
for ix il'Itthl ; ONE Dob lA I lor t irce tamths
payatile i, "greeidtocki." Singaic ctiuopi, T en Cents.
fr.3- The put pr will hiullloni tinenl till the EI 'I
raiton ft t ime t'n who p:i ty lient bws lwon in eito
Subscriberi whitn id i cross gimrk on tho wraipper 'ar
uan-rgin of tho'r pnipor, vil I unduerstul that tle time
pitil for h'% nxipirerl.
ADVERTISING i ATE.-Ono Dollar per sqiare
for the first. ntail Seventy-Ave cents 1'-r ench stabso
ritanut inertin. A sqTtraro consists of the space occel.
pileft b twve- lines o th's sizo typo.
ULill lla'rr3 - lit enples nns ynthr Twinty-Afve
Doll-rs. Ali extra copy to tho prson ininka tip the
tis1, a er A h-c I t Jiutitry, 1 7
T' W ithltii o 1)1 i th froin lite ito aut1 4 .1iIs
rit I I' elll atil tOil ' ii palo i, the iwrst'rt intokiir the
u.41h , amn1yudl u iy innoateur uf iiaienus tit Ite saiio rato.
I; - W t witi it listiuit'y iintor'tomud tihit 411tr
Jranim f Ir 'itscripiiuii, adivertsiti.g nol Joi w%, rk ir
The Northern Proe and tbo Davis
The ouiriesof iamentntion and Vi
1tpra0tjiln S.1).4 tle NCw York Round
7fh,, with which a part of the irl s
has aceompanied the release of Mr.
.11avis itd -his journey north ward are
contlemtplably womaiitlh 11nd4 wveak :.
and the approl.o.nion of* his peiculiar
opponIeits that Mr. Greoley would
gain too iuich political ciapitilby
placing his :.ame on the captive's
bail-bond is equally til. I-t ,is one of
the wor.t features of our political life
thattno possible action, however pure,
clivalrous and nioble, can be perforin
od by aniiy individual of the lea.4
prominence but that it is straightway
bespattered with the foulest of abuse
and ittributed to tle ml0ost despienble
of, iotive8. "t iS asm1 wondelr that
the influtenen of nowspapers shouild
wane when their writers suffer party
fool ing so comipleteliy to overshajidow
ill senIse of tin thIi, dec'ney .1,l 1 um
The Criticisms upon the course of
Mr. Greeley Ire of a piece w:ith the
siluirsdirected at those whio have dared
to show Mr. 16avis attentlion or com
pa.sion. Evnoil his eounsel, Mr. Chas.
*O'Coinor, thant whom a puror ad
more dlevated character-do -s not exist
in the commlulnity, hals not cutirely es
capod assaultsi whichl are disgraceful to
thloso, Who .have mado themn.Wh
such deiminstrat ions should have been
made we aire at a loss 'to coneive.
heair certainly has been nothinug
to jusfify fbemu. It would have
been1. imipossile for Mr. D)avis
and his slender par'ty to hiave
cr ho gocs to see his childven
mioro quietly, mioreC unobut.runsively, or
in a malmernt' bettecr calculated to
evinice'his earniest, desiroe to avoid ob
servation, than) ho hasi done1. Rut it
would really seem as If some1 of the
unowspapors wishod it other'wise, with
the hlope thatt the piopuilace might
thoroi'by be incited to inisult or miob
h'inm. All thlis is so small, so fr ivolous
an10o34 s.t'pitefuil, ias to be0 aniy thing but
ereditabl-e to thie -commiiuity.
I t is ntiturai'il thaut tihose w'hlo have~'
lost fr'ienids ini the warI iihould have 1no
love for Jefferson Davis, but that is
no good reason why they should be
instigated to insult him. There are
empty hoarths at the South as well as
the North, and tho olflcers who direct
ed the Feder'al airmies travel thirough
it in every direction without mneeting,
s0 fial as we~ have heard, anf un1kin1d
wor'd 0or look ; tandt Southernaers are' not
por'sons to restrain thoir feelings sole
ly through fear' of consequences.
Undoubtedly thero weoro dreadful
deeds-doods of barbarism, of spolia
tion, of wanton crulelty-porp~etrated
during th e war ; but does any dispas
sionato man roally believe that they
weeouiely confined tooosido
anid, iln anuy case, if we arc to live in
fraitenal~ reilationis bioreaftor, an~d if
(lie miemory of these things is cever to
be buried at all, is it not really timto
to set about it ? We prof'oundly
deprecate the atgitation~ of thieso sub
joets, and sincerely wish that all
aniotig tus could have exhibited under
recont circumistanes a, little mioro
generosity and a good deal more d11g
All inl a Nuitshell.
Whleni Cogress asked South Car'o
lina~ to acct*t tinpurin#/ sulirage, she
refused itidl it, at leatst by adopt ing
. flho ('ottns I t i o ..1 A1 ) t..l uu. ..
have boen voluntarily to surrender
self-gvernmont so far as it is indicat
ed! by that featuro of State Rights
which gives to each State the power
to say who shall and who shall not
Here thou was a direct issuo be
tween Congress and South Carolina as
to whether such a right did still be
long to South Carolina, as a defeated
Confoderate State, or, in other words,
whether South Carolina of 186M was
the same in Its relations to the Union
as the South Carolina of 1859.
Then (1866), this State lad a
choice of a formal ab4don mnt. of
th oClaimed right and of talk iiig it its
stead limited suli rage.
Now, howevor, that choice has been
denied her; and uilimited suTrage
forced at the point of the bayonet up
on her, and yet there are men of Mr.
Perry's notion that we can effectually
resist, or at least neutralize, the pow.
er of Congress over us.
If Congress has the power to
establish a military-eivil Uovern
monitt, can it not establish a repub
lican government I
To resist the progress of that "estab
lishing" now is doing just what. those
few hot-headed but earnest followers
of LE. did, when they broke away
from the ine'vitable IrofTess of thatt
old veteran'suStrroender to ( RA NT.
They, like Le , onh Iever have
J hosen to surrender, bit like him] they
liught to have on(le it gracefully, an(1
Lhua kept a solid ildiahirt, in defeat as
they hl done in victory.
From that defeat let us learn a les
ion ntow, nid as we have with .Folid
rroit resistetd choosing what Contgi'ess
>fe red, let us at least keep to'thti.er
in defet, and111 bend to what will
broak us if we do nol. beind.
Those wlho resist nlow are p) rc pa rJI I
rat' worse for is.
.8ensible and Proper.
The follow.inig .vice froit a colored
tnt to tihe oolored people is appiilica
Ale to all parts of' the South..
In this seetion, it is gratliifyi ng It
tate, the most inilluential colorel peou
[po tire doing the.i.r bt to eueoaragie
Feelings of iarmony bet ween Vite two
There are-no disturbances lire-bt
without a garrison overyt hinig is goi ng
Uln sm1oothlly, anld nlot, oim w-hlite man11
that we know oif .is disol))..d to deny
any right possessed n-ow by the e.lor
'The advice alliuded to is this
Henry ( winn, an int elligient frec d
titan of Savaniitath, "o t'the eve of'
leaving America for a short stay .in
EIurope," coitim ieatos ani iddress
"to the Fr'eed n''nt of t'eirgia ," in the
luhaly ews ow'l lIkrol of the 30t h.
lie has lived, Ite says, i bothIt see.
tions of tie United States ; speaks
"'the words of inithi atnd sob1 erniess."'
though lie k-nows, -ho is enI inig ulownt
ont hiis'he ad "tfite wvrth of ii the Hail t1
Party." .ile first asks the 1muest in,
"ai'e we prepared'Ot by edueatitn or'.oth
erwiso, to seleet the 'best itmen for of
fice '1 tu1td if niot, to whiomi ate we to
look for advice antd gnidantce on this
question, which deeply involves the
fate of ouri people T'' lle thItinks thle
'olor'ed petole arve noit pr'eparodi to~
,judge fortt themitselvyes, antd shtouldi lon'k
to thIe f'rienids whoma they'~ have kntownt
fromt their inifancy, r'atlir thtan to ie'
straniger' who prechcles benevolece.
lUe conoludes withl the ftllowing inv'o
cattion :'-To tose, then, mty pieiople,
wi thl whlom you have beent r'aised andte
among you were botrn ; to those accus..
tented to your' habits tind tmanners;
to those amonig whom you liv'e and
whose initerests are cliearly y'our inter'
ests ; to those wh'lo are the only parties
to whom you must look for wor'k and
subhsisteinee ; to thoso wvho sympathize
wvitht you and yours ; to thiose amtong
whom y'ou ''live and miove anid have
your being ; and fitnally t~o I tose who,
ats I be1.iovo btefor'e God, are the only
friends anid p-"eservors of the colored
melt, I enjoini you to t~urnt--toi take ex..
ample, advice and precedent frtomn
t'hose whom you know, and while you
treat the stranger kindly, ttruist, abov'e
all, to ol and well tried friends.
The Glongressional .Plan of r econstruo
Tlhec ground of lieconstrt'tion has
been thtus fur br'iefly co-v ered . '
third section of the "'Millit ary Bill,''
as it is called, has been enttirely quiot
ed, and the thtirteent conditionis upon
which restoration to the Un ion
is practicable, given. These 'onidi
lionsecan bie reduced to ai very shtot
'l The People must or'datin their
2. C'ongr ess nmust endiorse or apl
prove that gov'ernment, be'fore it is
accepttable, or in othier worimds, becforec
it piacos South Carolina in the Unimn.
Bly the "Pecophe" is mneantt the voice
of thto maority.
Ilentee the ma'jority, by its Riepre
sent at-ion, must say who shall or'gan ize
its government. It is nmadness to cont
tend that the maljor'ity wl~w, means
what what mtajority did before tho
war. And yet 3ir. Perry anil his fol.
lower's would have us. believe so.
- We have allitideid to the "prieent,
pneniwd :nl po zibh. s iui
blo to need 1111ycolinent.
Tho polisu(iis all tlia tho Milita
ry and Supplumetial Bills indicato.
Telio pohss e is Niliat the fortieth Con
gress, whiclh is more what i% call
Radioal thnn the thirty-intihi, has the
power to do.
-But this brings us to the sixtli
and last sectioll of the Military Bill
whielh is now givell. It reads as fl1
SE 6. And b it f'iethler eicted , llat
Initil the ,people of s: ill rebel States
shall 11be l:y hiw adlitted to ropre
sent :12on in the Conge.s f t he Uni it el,
States, ally civil 4verninent, whieb
Inay exi st tlierein shall bo. ileeiedl prl'
visional onlly -.111 inl all respects suh..
ject to the paramount atuthom ity (A' the
Uinited States at any t lime (o aboli.,1
tulodii'y, Control orl Suiercelde fte sam le;
and i all t411elections to aiy%, otlice ullder
such provisional g IVe I'll tC s all t mr
sons s1iall be entitled to vote, and
noine othersq, who a re entitled to vote
1111er the provs isions ot' the if tlt sec
tion of' this ,let - anl' nit pw.-son simali
be eligible to ally ieu u ler1 $uch
provi1sional govenlionenis who wn!hl be
d iscualifild from htl ling (illIce 1111der
the provisiolis of the tlir(l altiole of'
'aid Colstitutional ailllld illent.
We have now gone 0ltroglh with
the first bill uncer the Congressi i.a
1ilan of ROConstru.'lct reion.
---Our ex lhange bring i.; Attorney
Gelleral it.iery's Opinion on ltie
Iteconlstrct ioll Acts, in Conlsequ11nc11e of
this, We, as we inteld luIluliShuilg that
o)pinlion, will defer. l'rt'her r-enuarks
ulj44ll the .1itulation for"1 the ,resent.
Mr. Stanurry's, Opinion.
We publish elewhere a fill slyI4op1
.1im of thile opillioll (f Attorlney-Gele
ral Stanherry onl teleo.<ut
'I'hissyn4lopsi.; we coply froill the 'har
h-stJ'll J/rery, niel it is a JvIe 444te
we thilnC. A:- to ilh 11104,11 itself, it
is (oo. loln fur hir .Isrt . Iptce. t, we
it uts very l A At, while others 1ow
Molne mii'rising i.mon1i.,tencies ill tile
deant nbry give-; h is oi.
ion4'; every re:e 1111 1f:>n li., own
opinbioul of' bt. op.in i..n1.
We 1lld ill the iepo of it h Ow au
of I n11n11igrat imn, a (c-p 1t n h-ih 11
r'telleed us, a letter "romll .r. 'Jas. It.
.iken, of this S tiwt, t(\r. Wanr,
ifn wh ich il. .\ iell n:kes a very !'be
ra81 offer. 'of' five lunal1rol1 acre's of*
1 t.i.. . t, i4 . 1.,,4 "' r ;,,4li ., .. 411
the, Inust liberal lerinls.
If every lawil-owler will inakie such
tin olfl' for thei 1 lil urpIO, ill pro
p~orhlt'iio lii, nimatis hi (lo it, (lit-re
migit be tle lJ.:ining s4on 4 an ill
lhux of1 p l~t i41n to 4 i li l)uildillg
uip thle District.
It is not1 bcauise I have4 any T44)1 a biu
mo1tivst 1o gratify I wIrite , but1 simlyI to
con1tribulto miy hll1o mile4 to lte welfare41
I he puiblie prints1, severl' le't Iier' fromi e'x
G'Iov. Peri.y'4141 upo 1he subi4jectl that is now14 of
te most" v'ilal illlportanie to th country4411 ''
WhIIilst Gov. Perry'3, onl theor han4 1:.1. 1imys
a~andrll~someh tribute0 to te chiv 4alry' 4o1 11he
3tait, e, 14onl the 0olher', ain-ehen'l~lds2 11hat she
will pdlur.ge hol ito nn14 abyss of43i dish n
04' anld dlegra.dation41. It $seem144 t i me t hat
Itle mo1(st imprntpoi nt411 of)144 is~ wh ~le sub-414
ject is overloo0ked4 generazlly, and44 that4. is,
thait we are' a4 clljlonuere peo~ple, that4 we
1have surrendere10'4.d t~Che case for which wre
fought, t hat we have4 agroeed to abide by t he
Iterms1 of' 01ur victors, in fact4 it. SeemI~s to
be tr'eat ed a4 though we are0 no1 rebe'ls, asg
thbough we IevIe los . 1no righs under t4ll he
0constituilon. All tis amounts toS( nofthin~g
be,"' that4 it is really thle 4case. 'lThey hate'
us9 a' reCbls, hiohl t hat. we have1 4o rihts of(I
ally kindt, that the0 consltitutio is)I fSor thle
benef'ii of' thle States wh~~o remI~inedC aiful
to it and( 1401 for' those whlo attemp1ted('4 to
dtroyli'3 it. It. becomes us as. a4 subdultcl
people)h to 1look aI.t lie situal4tion 4as it is, and44
not. asi we tinkt it ought to be.
It wouldl be folly f'or us to clai1m the c4a.
paicity awarded G'ov. P., but. Wo) do Cilim
the right to do0 all ill our powerl to counlterl
4401 theo evil linluen'IcoIs of thle Gioveor's
let fer. Our people1 are' 1to0 readyv to fall in1
ill wVithI Oetyt hi ng that1 Savor'su' of 1pposiion
to0 th0 governmen4It It seems4 to u4s that we
have had4 enou41gh of' this. ti ,r P. is now4
aisin the11 people to dto, what4 140 so co.
quently I) warned101 11hem1 not to do4 some14 six or0
selven years aigo, virt.: 44~ lpp o t will oft the
It is char14ged Ihat we are going to enlf'ran
chiisoeti0,000 bhic4 k vaes4'4, an1 $1'' i .ure ir the
141ol iral power ofIth 114 at in444t414 o 11 hnds
of 11h0 [negroes. Thiai is pully as'sumed,
a111I ther'e is no0 goodl reaonl1 iln tile wor'ld
f'or believ'ing 11hat it w4'ill ever.'4 14 t he case,
butt from~l thle daily comunn1 IgIlig oft'h1o 44'wo
races1', from14 I le res'Xpecl paid tol 1 mutua144
rights and1411he present g4'od feelinlg whlichI
exists, there is not41 goodt realson 1that it w'ill
ev'er he the c'ase. 11bi1 den!y 1110 light to go
lt lhe hallo1t box, and4( whate will b the re-l'0
stil ? Wh'lat. reaso4n have1 we f'or be'lievinlg
that suchl will 0over be the eai~o? lIlave not
all 11he not1ions of' the Presidenit been1 repul
diated and4 Itatdiolais been on the inlcrease5
over since the downf'all of the C'onftedet'acy.
We certainly canflUot hope Iforlaythling bet-'
ter from14 that1 s0ur1eo. T1akinog it f'or grant.
ed1 tha14heyl~ wIll ahllo (Gen. .SiCkie' to "c4n.
gires chal'l uinder (ie illea that. their plaii
est righs are deniel themli, will soon learl
to violently htile their sulioed enemies
'Iloso tI ouaisifts of im Iinicieipled whit
111011 ipoleni of, atil-I iteit:iits Ilore C
Black Iepimblienix aventitrers, or. If yo
prefer, croissaries, will joi ill Ihir "destiiy
with ihat of the negroes, tliereby swellin,
their meubers, a(l mking lie cinilti)ion o
1the (dominanit raco uni pleasanit in ithIe hiighte.
Iegree. The prob.bitity is ihat, inita,
of making then otir f'rienis by guietly ox.
I ending Io tien t I is, toget ier wit It al o he
rights, we will inl the eil bew coipelled I
behold ill ithose nonstrow evUs Gov. P
S) dlepldrtlhly apphmIi. Alrleay man;11i
iff t huaem exist. They aire allowed (o ri
in the rs Withli you, Sie iid testil'y iin Oh
courts. Iltee I t hey liorve iearly all til
ights of the wlit tes niader tlie taw.
hit, sir, tese are IIOL tl greatest evil
we have to fear by volinig "nto Convention.
This is the first plan of restoration olfere
by tle ruling ltity, andftI tIhey 110, we Itk,
it, boui to be governed by it. A rtl'uea
on our part to accept. it. will inreaso till
ranksL' of' thle conkfiscationl pIdry anld certain
itu V11:110 t 10 ('A 17Y OWl 111 it) tIi ett
ly l'imle it to carr'y out its plans9. Th'i:
sees() to be regarsled as no very great e:
1:unity ati all. At this we cannot expres!
Olur Ml'plise. The surest and Comlletes
Iay to de'g'ailo a people is to take theil
'ro el rly front lite l i.
Wilih tte piltalce of property lef't 1s W(
filnd it dillienit to muake a comil'tatbile nSlip
port, but iioieless iad peniless, miany o
he imost respecta ble would be glad to make
t heir living as ineiiials, it Iaity iltnCes,
inwler thir forimer slaves. 0, but, sa'Y
S1m1141, we wl! imy in our lanls it $1 pe
.ne. 11ow do wt lnow that we will be ul
Io do S: ILow d' we kiow hut iloi
so ii ion ill le oat atl," hnit. we ilcyti
enigaged inlhl hlln will be prsnTe'Ul(
befot1,1e t le cm. h,.' mou ? liut there is n
still greater evil wilich we haive to te:In'.
h right fi restr S'ing (lie State will pro
hl,!yv h turnedli~ era to the negroesi exclu
whAt .-ort ol'sociall ptin-lononimlil will this
countlry prleizent ? 1%ith1, pe 1is lhe
gret Imilk ot' the people disiantichuiseil, tie
unongjl~ thle nle-roes," wo wvill he colinpelleel
Io helt(.b4litneyp Fli.-Velnay -Ilighily mixedl
with millitary. ThIlutusails I wou.il n14ie. suich
at Uo1ihion Of :fftfairs, bill. penniiless, will be
Compelle-l i rnmuinti i a nt-. rear Iheir chijlneie
in thle nli'ilst 01' it, all.
'I'here isanoitri rleaonl why we shiall
vote fora a convetion, an.l that is to get rid
ot the utilnilitry. It is !ere for the i l
o' elvainig he ner h. The lo1er' it ITe
m in he ltuorve htimeou wVill thIey becomeI
aboui hi i:his. ext enuied in their tie.
uintunts-altio -lite reateri tle litciulty in
coltrolling lem ia a laborinog elenit.
Gov. Patton on the Prospcot for Recoin
"Mack," thet correspeT nt lout of thl(
('mum11iercia. wriles to thal
under dat of .\b v1I:
I calb-d oil ( ov. I'I ton vester(,rdarv an
had a m l%%.*n.saio Ilh him or
tie condiit ionl of A 1:haoma, polit ical an[
viewx of Ilte*14) reen:'rneron fipwf-iion, ate
thinks hire ill be no di j&'liu1t v what
m liihtory'~ law lie believes at conivenl
j uritV yvote tif aill tIho' peopuli I hat. tIl
cuonstti Oil ofi lie iati wiiili e miad<
to Coiln form to thle riiiremnents of thi
Itaw of (Congre'ss, and thlLiat imin wi
and .int to Warilihinrton. Iwlre is 11
to deny full ight s Iio the n.-grees. 1H
elfort~s to orgru ize.( paritiets Ithough(n
the' uth att the pri'senit time ; b
thinks h it tteir to unuite' the peole. i
favor14 of'tCl recon tut fir1st, and11 le
I to doec nol. propmi Itl jini or' idenitiI
himiself' .vilih ii'wm rain or' I le conser vi
live p'tr'y Ontil lhe wvork of' reconistrn<
tioin is compulte, and lie will thien conI
sider htimnself' t libert y to maiiko chioie
anecording to thle issues pr'esented.
Thie go vernor~l is ai very Vaile gei
tlilmant of near ly sixty years oil.
shionh1l say'In ets the int erest of lwii peri
I>y Irying to) (1)lo te ~t he caln toi hl
war,' 11' hlievees tilhe Shermant hil
step in the right directiion, anid, accep.
inlg mi good faithl t he issur's of' the wai
adv'ocates Cmlnplianuce it ivtIttho regir<i
Southern gov'ernors in opposing th
measiuret, biefore te supremn~ii court, h
refused :o jin in it, and wirote a sills
ble letter givinig hisa reasonst for to d<
of the old nio wspapt r ofi' ti he alt aire, b1
endolirsedt by t he pe'ople wh len t lo inst
is malude atl the polls.
Ti: &Wr-rm inN Nr i~ono Dri'11 o 'rul
W\ant~.Genrl 1Unipliine, in the0 Ni'
Yorik Citzn, mai~kes thet followiniig slt
I' f Ju Ige Kelley band beeni Soth ai
rin g thle war I, he conl inot have ye
har1dihi.ood -not CvenI hei could-Itope
01f te nelgroes, of' theL Souithi as if' the
haid all heen loyal to the Un1iited Stat<
during lie rebeliion . he fact is tha
11~iel y-ie ior cen t. of' thleti weoo
faiithu to(1 1 the Coiifeder'acy as3 any3 aIv
agoZi eiptal Iliillber of' Sonililrn wllite;
stiry, olrdlinlanie and pay tdepartmenolts<
lihe rebl arimets wiiorkinug faith fully an
perstverinigly' at their alloited'l tasks, a
tiughnot five pci' cii. of i th itble bod
ii'd whlitet wetro le4ft at. homo to comipt
hiem to th[is wiork, hadi theiy been oIt he.
w.ise' inded.lu IT. ist tsimply aib hi.d bok
1 ack Ili sehiotod to spea k of thei Southe lr
Ii grie 0 hing been tltabhul to th
rtib!on, 'ing trIhe rec.'it, iVyn waI
From (Ito NelW York l itiies.
The Wheat croip,
It seems to b : a hard strigglo with
hoewho are-( inltereItItd inl keeping the(,
price of br1:4elti liA p to the figiure 0
hlie pa eighteen niom lis, to give prac
.4 ~ .
0tical eilI to their viewsq. They hawve
given the itimiost prominence to repol t
of exceptional shipments of flour and
wheat from San Francisco to Atlantic
1 ports 1 . They Imute the not of the re.
'lApin(it of oii or moro cnrgoes ol
American gra in fro-n bi verpool to t his
Ase Thkey Imre comutd largely on
the severity of the winter which is pIast
a1 am l n tle backwardnes of the spring
wbrehcl is pretsont. They have bit
their touiters Ibroad in nea-riy every
rain-gilrowmg dist 1e rel frmi tih Genessee
Valley to Central Virginial, ill inspired
with Itie same sirt of soothsaying, and
all more or less pir-partil to aivancu
opinions f'oretokeiCn a filiro for Oi.
year mn our greatest stapl-.
No one who cares to sift ngriculturat
reporis, wht wrii of 1 aIflivial or c:su1al
clia:ater, nieed bw led astray by lhat
sort of speculitive testimony fOr Whicl
a Stirnited price is paid. Teit really
relintile reports frot all the great grain
rowing ihstriets, Norh atid Sontl, a
as itvorale as tie :.verage (for the
sausoi) of the Iast ten years. The pros.
pect along what mi-v be enlied the great
wheat-belt of the .Northvest, incluiding
iie i rger port ionis of Cntral and South
vrn Michiigan, NorthernI'l Ohio), Northern
I liioisI, and14 Wisconsin has nave-t. been.
better thanl it is this year. Not, only d'o
the trunty accounts agree, lhat the seas
l, backward. as it sLeI, hIas bec. e.
pocially fa voralde t.o '1te fall wheat;
but . hey agr'e, as welI, t.1iht a far gret,
er broambh of groundi'l r;s3 Iee.- ioOwi
than for several yearsi back.
I t. is too s>oim, of courS, jeaking of
these ligher htititivd, to form. any
posit Vt conclusions as to whati tlx ne
ti1l !.arve-ting m1a) y be. Bit it is wel
1inct the grainl sp-enltors are busily at
work dec1rying tlie prospeclt fur the
ComIi-. crop, th1at we should carefully
sift eveory itimi of evidenee and see how
hir Tohey are lkely to swiele us.
Tra vel. if you please. even ia to the
miidle and hagher Districts of South
Carolina ; the coniciu rring statenonL of
lihe planiters is that their wheat crop
hagien no such promise for the last
i rs nas it does ii season. There,
Itoo, 0. 11itimt be rememberudl, a innch
uloser esimate mIllv now bo formed of
1.hw prisiective returns than in tlie
N ort hern or North wst rn S t es. 'l'ie
cro'p is liarer Iiatuirity. Those wIho
are speclnlating on fain in.e prices for tle
co.ing year lk may lry, or lie tiuirw, to
11e1431i iitse fItI f om themselvs and
fruoi the 1itblic if they choose. T irerm
or 1,61ur. weeks of eve'Iinmolerately hair
wvatlier will set. thim sadly asiray in
i hir i caltcilations. The imultituide of
consuerin meanwhile have fair reason
to take comage.
I Nor Orto-I:n '-ro Ams Io 1'r4fol A
I .kmo x. - 'Ai' u o . o o O .i it
1ienilt.iL of the Nmw York lcrult
It. is iou zaid that Jiefl-rsoni )avis is
not adves to petiioning Presideit
Johnson 6w a parioii. The sIttemnt
pulim~ld before to lihe ellieIetta h
-tex-rebdwl Preid'.-ut. wa's too prou I t :,lt
- c'kniwhililt- therror of his way . aknd
4'rronii'ous1. 1 am iniiformiedl thint Mr.. Da
vis lattely tohld a promnine-nt L~ou~iian
thait lie. wuuld ghlly sue for a4 pardon.
>iheud only thinkil his effort. woui
Iprove aL suiCCess. P'residentl Johnson,
it, is beilie'ved4, would willingly grant a
[tull p ardon to lie f4itl ehief on thet
pre4stti. onI of' a proper petitionl.I
Ihavlue to-dhay3 senl ai c'opy of ai petition,1
v signed by severail Somb jern mn of Ithe
t Sharikiey M1onroe~ siamiip, pratyinig E'xecu
I i hmey in be-half of Mr. Dav "is,
o No randical names~fl are aitlachled U. the
t l~pper, all theo leading Se-na tors ani
.lRepretsentatives having refused to huavt
anyil hingliii to dio w-ith1 the movement.
P residen1t Johnson, it is said, cares nothi
- ng for this omlission, expressing th<
tiioll that. lhe alone hass Libo power t<
dec-ide thec matter, and that hio intend;
tind just a his owni conict iions of jus
Ii- ti andit pro~priety diotatea. Poal Bag
I 1ey, the e'nthiuiastic pardon manager,
whlo lhas ra ve-led all over the couir
- for I he purpose0 of igitit inig the questioi
p(if Mr. Da~ii' prndon, lhas cha rge of' ii
1 pet if on1 referrted Io, anld has forwasrdsi
a it, to Canaaet, wvithi the hope of obta inn
n speia'll pe.t.ition fr'om thec chief part,'
Juno K~~ 'i-M.iy os FINArLTY ANI
(C)NFIScA( TJON.-Inl his speech, at Salis
Sbury, N. 0., the oilier day, Judlga Kel
ev said hehiashbeenasked whet her thi
his' ho wvouild aniswer, thiat the Soot]
itself sohoulhd decide thait. I [e thion pro
"As to conf'iscit ion -of' which the
vseeme ilto Itb1e a fraidl-h pr~ )otte t( hati
- 14 ni air for al1 l Ilr. Stetvenis said ir
i'ms spe~ch, theire was lnt at Republiemi
inl 4Congvress who wunmied a confiscatioi
lill ;hut if till military hill was rtejected
as the constitut inIal amendmient wasi
v lie wouhhld ot say that a restricted fran
chise- might not follow, or that Congres
might not further, even to taking froin
Sthe mein of large weashh iho oppressei
the masses a portioni of their ,vast es
Itates. In conclusion, lie asked then
to bl)'ievo that it is the Janiguago h
s wvould ha verspoken mi Mobile had thm
peop~le listenei(d to hiini, and to assuir
s'hem I l l thy it-ad inl fthe paper
words were merely creations of th
d Col. Br-iscoe (I. Baldwiin ftrmerls
I of Glen. Lee's stall; atttemtptedi suiii
in Richmond sevet-al days ago, b:
I tking c hloroform.u Pcecuniary mnis.
-- fortnmes wer-e the cijnse, i[e was dis,
Ii Measures werec takenl wh~ich wvill in,
,'nure hiislreucv. If is,- aI briotheri of
e NI'aker hili of the, hiommn aradnt
ratBgLocal I tems.
Great Big Turnip.
Hello ! Mr. Mu rray, whereare you
"Whar's" your bigge.st turniip
Mr. Malon has la id on our talle a
Spring tiurnip viicih Imeasures (lack
ing a sm1all1 fraction) eighteenl inches
Mr. 3alhon has beat 31r. Miurra y.
Who'll beat Mr. Malon I
Come up, turnuu ip growers-come up
and ( 9 yoni litiIsonfest.
Death of.W M. 01axton.
On 31ol(ay last 31r. Willian Chix
toll, a Ieilber of' t(le l'alhitto lieg
mtI0id in the Mexi wai wilr, am1 a t10
Confederate sold imr, ( udid 'very sud
donly at his homne in this District..
So faI' as we learin (he wheat crop i
still promiAing large yield. C orn is
growing well, and cottoin not as imle
danmiiau.ged as we fearel it. would be itn,
(ose uience of the conitiiued cold
We a111d here onl Suilay last, (Imlt
instant) what soie call a "ticnuen
Yesterday was sale-day "in course."
The fact was, acoording to (olner'l
Sickles, there was no sale. Several
people hi - good reports of all erops.
C U LIOTT-:. .inne I.-8ales light, at Iu.
201, for middling.
('11 nuMSTON, .111ne I.-Thekre was anl im.
prov id inqiry, ink which the elier gn11.0ies
fi thile shii d at( : vanel houi.t. hal cent.
We quote AlbidiNog Upland.. 25* ( ,,2G
On lhe 8thI of May, at ithe resiuence of
(lie brile's father, It Coliulilbia, S. C., by
the ihev. Wn. H. Boggs, I'l. J. I. 10li i:,
aniil M1 iss SA I.LLE E., dIaught era of GciienaI
SPRING AND SUMER
KETCHIN, McMASTER & CO.
NO. 1 IlOTEIL RANGE.
rp i: subscriuers have rccfived theIlir NlEW
S'TOCK of DY Y ( ,00.), con 1ising (of
LA DI ES' 1) ESS O S. in considerable
French-1 Prin18, Cibis
Checkel and Swiss
Ta'^' 1iape~r, & ,.
Cas imieh ' It ton ties
andtl Clothing for ti
anid Boys. Mhisses'
Tirie I at s, lloods.
MIen's Fur Woo and.
Strawv hats, ver~y cheap,
Lnadici' and Missesj' Fino
Shioes, Meni's Boots and
Shoes. Umbrellas and
Finte P'ar'nsols. Aliso a
large stock of Crockery,
at reduced prices,.
N 0 CREDIT.
IW)O uH8110 Yellow Corn,
500 " Whte "
J0 Rbhl Pink Eye Potatoes,
:i000 Lbs Clear, Ribbed Sides,
50 Bags C!ounitry Flour.
A general ash~ttment. of
On hand and will b~e sold tot C'ash onily.
I JOIHN P.3 ~ MATilWS3, Jr.
Persons having emipty ~or'n h~ags belong
ing to me will 1denso returni withi as liie
dlelay as ptossib c. J. P. M., Jr'.
WANT 'E D).
(ClcaRi 00ttOn 01' inn ngS. only)
JOIIN MATTIIE~WS, JII.
FLO)UR FOR SALE.
('01),Not 11arnlina~ Pilour, in eack~'