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WVINNSBORO1,, S. 0.
Woduosday Morning. July 10. 1W/.;
D. B. McURFE[Gl T, Elrron.
T IIE n~lA por~i imeyear - TWO DOLL.ARS
for Six anIliths ONE l0 .Alt For titree uiaih. --
paynble II'I' ' p Te' C4.111 ' .
lrly- Thle Ilp er will I, 1 .0011 'l "I tIW 114ex I
ratltiott of ite litnle ihr whilch letymviit h-islheenit.
Siblscriber who limli t cri,, umi rk oi the wraoppi r ir
iirtin of tli r im per. will t ndt-:r:.taitI ti it tfiu tiano
ptd for he-v rxpired.
ADVEltTISIN1 1 VrI -Oni Doliar per sil:uiae
for tho lir.<, anil Sq rnty aive cent4 l' r ewl sl zite.
qiaetil il'urlinin. A 'it-i vo rents of the ,s.tcuiucl u -
1lit-Il In y e if lh% S,/.'o iype.
cl.11 IATPES ---it) cies 1 s yeii r Twe l tv-ihily - 1
Dofllars. All extr:% clly to te e141rson Inal.leg lip the4
cintt. alnerti I iii iir , 1IlJG . I
C'y"' W it rIo11 Ilion ~ilr l lthe - I to1 n ehthI Iis
retureisedandl tlo moto i 4 patid, tht u ersen.t 1inking the,11
-111:0. mny% ;il l t)-n initri.er ilf int s t Oh-w! crao
Tl -it wii It Iltille(y uiwh'i.rst d th' Clir
terius for stillOcrIitivii, ivcttfiliig annl j' i.tk le
The Celebration of tho 4th July.
The 4th of July was celebrated by
the citizens of this District its we
have never before eenI it.
Tio preparations iade by ite col
ored people for tihe, barbacuo and
sipecebos, were oil a large scalo.
Liberal cont ributions were made by
tic whito peole in aid of the celebra
By six o'clock in t1 morining the
crowI began to collect, cominig ill
largo bodies from every dirctio11.
According to previous arrangeml nmns
a heavy police frco apiearell on tilth
street and oitt iln tle grove, at. an car
ly hour of tile day. Tb11c Towin Coun
.oil appointed a colored polico to ai.iit
thle MarIshall, anld thle Colored people
alppolintedl forty or fift y policemell to
keep orier oil the grounds whkere tli
'barbecue was to be given.
Theo Chairmanuiof Clho Commiittee,
Jamles ltese, inst rll-ed thle lo1t to
abouit Ille o'clock, ats toheir duilttie
ad directe 111e111 to procee a1( onm
o thle grove mald pre-se(rre onder.
Too mulch com en.tIlla hard
lv be givenll l 1he police fr th failh
fitl and impartial w1aflnwr inl whiel
they discharged theiri. duties.
About 10 o' (1ock inl the f orenoon
Wesl.4ey Lyles, Chi"I' of li 0",b;
formedc~ the coltoed men!! ml po .Anon
in double [il,) 14tl 11111iled iflim 11u111
to the Spring whee.a:;tod h:1 bel
cemeted for thOlo hes
this line, amd tlt! number1lllp in it wa
one thoutsand two L Itd: I fll] 1A 1i
B i t th slineS1I t Im I h I I w 1 %A II
IVOro crowl tl to ecweX 1 by il Iw
and clhidren, 1i aswll a 1 vi
0t hI Ii It I t (0 ( i) e 1, t' o
On jetmao tf he wh15 ot rui .lgm~
-Of co0,ored peopio I~s 141tI1.' 1.i,
thousanld ive hina1rd:i 1 bio(
and. Som1e put it as igh ais threco
thoutsald 1. ivo hondredl.
Nothing, of intered accvurrel onil tt
%Lvc,. het o ems of living_. he
ills loved out, of town. Per(flet Irl
-der and tecorum were observetd by all
The colored people of Fire liati );
trict ha~veoeleva tetd themsielve1~ s in thI
estimation of their whlite frien~dS am1
aill theO whito peolie shIoed oil 1h
*1th inslti., l tht they were Suhl. No
0no dilieutlty occurr~ed . 1ut on t(1i
other hand, the colored cit izens of t h
D)istrict showed tha10t thley deservel
the .conifideinco and4. reSplect ofC t1
WVo halvo no0 need oi'mil11itary rullet
wiito andi colored hers. The ir m11u
taal rights anid privi loges a mut tual
At oveni o'clock the mliglhty clow.
was uponl thle groundl~ wheuro till ex'er
cises of' thle day were to come off.
At';lhe [req~uest. of the Comimittet
of Arrangements the Riev. (G. R
.Brackett offered an1 earnest anid appro
priate pra~ye~r, otter wichj Maij. W
W. Ilierblert, was called uponl by tii
Coun iit te for ani address'05. Aflte:
im, J. M. lluttiand, K q., spoke
then CJol. ioll followedl ;II. A. U ail,
lard. Conuissioner) in' Ill ity ~I, r ex
.Spoke. Col. McMaister, oft (luntbi0
wilo was1i presenit was thenet repeaitetd l
.called, and1( addrll$esse the assembdlage.
After thiese, severahl colIoredi mel
wero cal led ott. Th11e. first was Wes.
ley Lilesi, Chief Alirsiial. iie was fol,
Jo-wed by Jo11 h Urt ton, Geolrge 2Alav
field, liey. II. lid wards, Sam'Il 1ll1
R1ev. Wmn. Mc iowveli, and11 Adamii
Woc -annot 1to-day giveO a synopis (It
tile addre~sses, butt will do1 so in theo
next issue of' the N.~ws.
As to t he goodi feelinug let weeni tilt
whilitte and( col oretd peole , as mat fli es
ed.Oil the first celebi.fion 01 of tile fthl 0f
July unider tile new polhitial rgne
we have noIthinlg to saly but that) t
a is alil thlat couild be (dfeire.
Th'ie negr')ms shlowed thi l~'I'will ing..
ness to recoagnize t he ir (lit lesi as weillI
as their rights. They mtaifetstedt a
purpeoe to trust theoir whiite frienlds tf
the South. 'lTey cheered tile speak.
or5 with at hearty got 'di will, and14 evi
denleed ani appreciationi of their new
relattion whichl it was pleaistt to wa i
.The advico, given- by thewhl
shioul it ather seek th10 V-lUI.( ...:
Iiat g iveni by the caiol pkr.
Ilit tIe colored people slamid - h
by ilustry od holneAy that ther
were worthy of freedom, was all weill
We give the police credit for (h<
faithful diseharge of their dutties. 13
this. llo Its we had good water it til
sprilng all the time ; and all (lie whitt
citizensM showel the inotst respect
fAl of tile authority
which had be.i enu(ru.ted to tlit
'The -Ph of July, 1867, has marke
a r.cw era in tlie hi.itory of* Fairlield
A iore ngrecable day for pIbli
delll')istratiolis we have not ee i
We hopo it Will prvc an earnest o
lhe himiilly relations that will alwayl
exsit between the wh ite nd colore
races of this District.
Tho Celebration of tho 4th of July- Con
We con1timvie our report of tle pro
ceedini'gs of' 'h ursd ay last, tho 4t1
of J1 Ily.
31r. W. W. lierble-rt being caliem
upoln to address tho is0emllage, Iad
aI rpeech whlich- irvas heavily cheeret
by the colortred peop1le1. Without at
temillpt ing to give anything like a ful
report of hii, or any other one
spee0h o thi ie Occasion, we Ivill t01k
froii.our 110 . e soine thoughtssubi it te
by (!.ela speakir.
After thaikOing tile colored pool
for the iprivileg-,e they laid coiiferre,
upon hin, to laddress them on that 0
ionl, Ar. Ierhert iaidl they ii h
ireparl th miiiselve; for a phtin tall
Tim i lhi, aldress ie wa; not to b
rne I by~ anythii li'e apiratio
for allieo, noir by an y consegem
1 111! tt r 'nl( :-I i -l t it whi
pi.-ilt anni'. 1. 1rY thy we-re to (om
A;dIAn.- wIro nImt we
!.ii' to l ut I ti ty lil th
r just l a wh i - , to t
Il aak i '1 1.1 it'i
t a t it t ' . i
liha h w :-i *l c t i thel
airri h . 21 . o Ilnd re l
' iii' h er
t-I'lk.a Ckh:(I. im. i
e ~ iad v.id ii Icto chr -- v t e fi ( t
Sii ion iif. the cute.; lth ai l e91.
oftheri~ sv win I~. ito ws :~(iintktv
Il I h ite amd la , in ltie s it
Ile vtlviedl themii to vote filr go.
- tai ja men0 . le ai 1 1i h Con1 V e nti
aithe rigtst wrema ii ats oce'i ao
ed:ine I an ebved ii:1 in 't tl('sit
st isnd on conihwil bae thiem cawa
Agehoa , i hei C onn iin bhe tl
andi~ t ae om in to h ih
lhe FederIal1overnmet~ would1 tal)Oa
tho death. Tihat eery ma is he re tio
le mtoe~ thn ever liut int 31sae
setis anud cohisn win eltecas tunit
thathlied at Cotve ti :md i' chan i.i
Ctitutne.iond of the S t. l1)01
h.ve oti sose wnuhto menoppose
he Convenlittidbens theo'y thou
thei (elired popldcce i'vl nt lsomi
enoughcto voto riher.tNote
mel would comi and'tti)e inluece thelS
thad e did 1 n'otA far tis ii Norhern in
- auene. An if thwnloed p eop1c
hav t no ivbenough ton toted(ye
cosequencelst on rest upons Dthen
N ol'ittI onehad~ tod hemf said ny' g~o
resul that would comta n o grom hodin
To1 Villut rat tis poiit' heg ou
ll' them anth ai'doe. There wasth
1l et'ilerO of Atl bus Dobu t ilsIb
1>11 ut and "Rall boy ame.e
and itiial ~trayi'i e i' wa Doinsewouts
t1111 Iris lt tLxen. ut atrs.e DoIt
tis(~'t Itnh hei cetin it get run
their part, :OO! they .hall havo pros
p)i Iy mui'l i ~pl e (Cleers).
lio Co ll'1 wi-l that all the citizens
of viath CarAlina, white all colored,
m11ay(A al sido by .de, anil havo ei
graved uponk tiheir hearts,-peace,
good will and justice to all (cheers
Next, JT. M. Rutland, Esq., Regis
ter inl Bikriuptcy for tho third Con
grsisioial District, was called upon to
mhlre" s the people.
Ii eI i.! Ie occupied a novel posi
(ion, that of being ciled upon to ad
ire a peoplo upoi legal and politi
cal rigts, who had never before on
joyed these. Tihe .*th of July had
been the anniversary of the liber
ty of tle whito race only. But
the colored race had also boon in
troduced into a stato of liberty, and
the presen t was a fit occasion to ad
dress them upon their now position
and relations. That they woro much
- imoro worthy of enjoying these rights
I than their race had beei given credit
for. (Cliers). That while they
stoodl inl dill'erntr relations than eve
before and had rights they never be
I fore enjoyed, they were also bound by
- duties as citizens which they never
I owed before.
s lie said South Carolina does bear
th le blight of slavery, but originally
this was au gre'it country, her soil was
fine, anid her Colored pople by good
condiet and industry may fully de
velope her resotiurecs for her elinato
pruodIuce every species of food.
l1e said the colored people are now
freeien, anl when their State and his
St ate called them to contend for her
:,il, we col1 oil act together, for po
e litically wpeaking we are now ail one
I people. (Chleers). Wec have i roni,
ol anId wateor power and indeed
everything to devel'pe the resources
I i. i at lie eli of the wvair there
wns mn denwit ralization. ]I ot
white aniid black were demnorlizel.
T1h4e colored people were iipludeit
: tl h. whils didt Iiot sympathize
wh hi them) ii tlt'ir neCW rebitioin. ]lit
all -h ('.1 ioY.; 11:' n i:whpihy pa1 -
v aa. The coloredl shol cult i
lt lhe inteet Hi the whit" man,
ilt v.hi,% man tat: :., the black.
h I i a vi r for
w - h I.iThe~i
ilw ll n , t h w hi:,m]
th Vni-ml. Thue North I ak for1: .)1
h Vot- o' the bhCk-: th10% have the
ri :-htI to vote, but1 it sinuihl 'he exer
o 1 .1 in vo'tin..t fo4r menl whlo are it to
. lill the posit ion. (t'heer-). I lave
Iiihi uideds; of your numbn er as slaves
iii'er my chargeL, hut have dlone inijus..
Y ie to non1e11, an td to-d1ay tL elim 'for
you11 just ice aind right, andit myself con
1cede themci and coiicedo themi cheerful.
ly.~ Elet I rueC min to the Con veintion,
an mrrighlts will beakold.
[Af this point there was an iter
raii ion ca used by (lie arrest of the
onGlly dirunken colored man out of at
ileast. t wo thlousand, who wa~s creat ing
Csome disturbance on the grouiid. TheIi
guard hiowev'er prompiltly arrested him
and( took him to the guard house in
itown. A voice was hoard teoo at the
it. same t,inm sayiing--"stanid fast, the ar
xgumients aro too bcautiful to be lost."
Th'le interruption was very brief.]
M ir. Rutland resumiied, and saidl t~hat
by t ~Ihis proposed Conv~cuit-ioni the righits
u-of the colored people would be secur..
e edl. Therefore they should comio for
e wardl at the election and v'ote for men
-that wilIllpropelly r'epresent them1. if
they do not their righI ts willI be pro..
carious. They shiould~ avoid itf possi.
(1 ble iiilitarv rule.
Tho'li colored pl)oll are disposed to
educeat e their children. They should
d -persevere in this. We want yeu to
understanid the principle of Govern..
" men1t, and~ how to administer govern..
y nient. Ascertain who your friend~s
are, and when it comies to vote, vote
k for (lie interests of yourselves and
.your country. (Cheers.) You must
sock to have your class educated as
well as the whites.
-One point had got abroad, and that
was upon1 thie foolish subject of confis
catioii. Trhe idea that lands and
homes11( cani be1 had at the expense of
I ot-her peopile I No mani need expeet
(o get a home wit hout lioiiestly work
ing for it and paying for it. (Cbeers.)
e G et your hiome honestly, and then you
will enijoy it. (Qheers.)
lIe was dlown on this schome. Sup..
pose5 1 hat there lie con lisca t ion. One
Ilass would secure all thie lands, and
(- thers woniil ha5v4 nonle ; and14 while
- somiiie woiuld hiave all (-lie hinds, amd
ot(hers havi e none, thleso last would
w nit ( v~i:'ioni11 mde again. Now you
woul a111 l say thiis wmnIhd be in just ice.
WellI, if it be unjnst to divide thle se.
'mi tn iimae, it is certaiinly unijuist to (hi
(theer ) Dn ,or dty as cit izens,
aiy Suh1 call. The porson to tlie
theWu on that occasi'n'was -lno BoenIl.
This Bowoii, as the I spalo-Ir was in
forinledl, is :I villAi. 11c h1:11l heen ar.
restel by (cin i.kles. lio was lot
a proper per.,oli to toId res; tihe olore
peoplo. 'TLoy slould ratheri lo ki to
friendIs it II10om , :ill i ite with their
friends lit home, rather thanl with int
knownI Moin from abroad. This mlanl
Bowen is Unworthy to addressyou,
and he woul ruin you. lie is not
worthy to blviwe, and I would say do
not attelld his meeting.
One rpo'r1t. the s)eaIor had I(1 1 -
uested to notice. A rumor got out
Siat t colorci mal ot your It1t1 4er
used somo violent langaiige in favor of
confiseation. The speaker h1d 'et
for this man (and it, is Jolh Br:ttoin
whom you all know), an11d asked him
itbout it. lie (John) said it was
false ; said he was t friend to tie
white man, and thinks the white mall
at friend to him. He is onl the grounid,
aniid I canl appeal to him as to the
truth of what I Hay.
Mr. R it.land closed by saying that
although lie had prepared no1 reg.ti
lar speech, yet lie hoped he had said
otnough to coivilnce lil that it wasi
their dutty to register, go to the polls,
and therO elect p0roper 1m11en to repre
soat thom fit tile Convention to be
hiold next winter.
Col. J. U1. iion rollowed Mr. Iut
land, and delivered ani able statistical
and argumeitt.ivo speech, of which
we can hardly give anything like a full
Col. R"on said that the gentlellin
who preceded him found som fault,
but it was not upon any thlilig of tlt
kind that lie would address theI. ie
had no elaborate preparation, was go
ing to tell themi a1lt plai n truths, and
that tiruth nmeeded 110 preparation.
lH said the occasioin was that of the
amiiversary of th) co1mon indepel
elico of the Uinit ed States, and lie
would trace bac! , particularly, events
which Im ale themi freemen to the sane
war which an lo the whites free.
The whit~e peole did not lighlt to
ma1.ke the c lored 0ns'3 free, but
they will nover take from the colorel
people their freeloim. (Ch1eers.)
\Vhilo they claim no ered it for yoir
freedoimi, for they deserve noie,' yet
they would not do anything to take it
fo111m you. YOU ui 10 re hoeleted t.) n1o)
miai, but to God who 110 rules the d.ti
iy of nat ionl . ( h r).
The Black , of ublcanPa tol.i
impre.:. a yout wi:hl a heli. f that 'ymu are
indebtedi to h" fr -.il. . Nowv
lition of i -i:1% ? It wa
Tho 0 W01.0"
th .. '' i i o SoI u
The Kini ' h1 h e w.oul'd 1w
Nothern Stie have' '2 ae.l
s ieii i en tovo V..
the (o.itti on--hy did they i
slave trade f rom I 77 t, 180 !
ee no w~hol voted for extenimehif
slave~ trade~. -Thiose Staft es vot ingt fori
it were,0 New~~ iliampshlire, .)Ilassialm-.
set~ts, C7.onnect iciut, Ma rylanid, North~
Carolina, South Carolina anid Geori
T1hose voting algainslt it, were New
Jfersey, Pennilsylvania, Dlelaware and
What settlod the slavo .trade upon
the country ? T1heo South celebrated
for her gentil-ity and whloleneoss of
soul, was down on the tra(de. Not so
hlowever with the North. Why the
first slave ship sailed from the eity oft
Boston in 1646. The NOw Englan~d
States took grcat credit to themiselves
because thecy carriedl on this trade
with "energy and thrifIt."'
Now how did the Northern States
abolish slavory ? Not by setting the
slaves free, but by puittinlg them in
their pockots. Slavery becam1e1 un1
profitable, and therefore they sold1
In 17'74 Rhode Island passed a law
that any one born of a slave mother,
might be free. Eut unider this law
there were niot ten set frec-and why ?
Blecanso they were shoved out of thte
State anid sold. Anid what (lid (Con
niactiecut (do ? Why ini 178.4 sh0 pass
ed a law that any one born after
March of that year sh~old be free
when lhe became twenty-six years old.
But nio one ever became of that age
under the law-and why ? Because
'they wore all shiovedl ont of the Stato
andl sold. I don't toll you all this to
make you hate theso people, but to
prove to you that you are indebolted to
nto set of' mn for making you free.
The ltipublicanl pirty repuid iate ti Ihe
idea of initerform tg agaist sla very in the
Statesa. Ab.traam Lincoln wvrote to Mr
A lexander Stephens of Georgia, and
askod him to telI him ( binicoln) if it wvas
a fact that thle peophi South be0liev'ed
thatt. tihe Republican party' would inter
fere with slavery inl the Seates. When
aino~olni was1 mlal~ ngIratd ho said ithe
SouthIi was foolish to suppi helW . woIIg
interfero with slauvery, that lie haid not
tho power if lie ha:d the wi~'l, and he
kniew he( had no01.'he will if hel had11 tilt
powerV. OntN of Line ln0 s boa;I e~ fi ins
S:(1 that wais L incoln~ han coli) said1 be
fothe wi i'imt ii.ht' e never .Vas inl havoir
o( fifmakoI either' va-rl t'r jirorsi of the:
l r. a t as t l 'win nn i , h
onI~01 ih . hat ofiianuary, L'in I
nc bi i , ie s ..'I ..10 . .O .:. I .'l I' rn.. I
their ritht an l pivilegs. Lhtow', Your
"AeCa vs.' rly (at' freedn alid. your white
t 't-i' - .4 will not tony your rigilts. (Clier )s.)
I I Hlo whiles 11 langht, haagta 1im to steal lat
eination, andl ho wouldl not Itako golb f'or
it, tongla wort I iillion4. L.et, all obtain
:1 am, rport, 14-d a Oeca'' aid every while iant would
rIt pvet t haen. le Was proald to say lho ba
10t1gog l 1t) (tIe prWOt lJst it in the 11 l 1on.
'or ile firs' linte ovlly elebrausi .h14 1 tt Io
July. lyaving bectonae citizen'i tlcy ought
to blring out ihe resources lata gold ot' 'th
Carolia. They hl in-Ile it tan iea, a
garlen o''.aa'liso. Ilhti Shana'a lad
t it it alruiln- m1111o.1 at Babylon.
They Ilns t love thiaselves wothlay or
reeloin, A' liberty, and Soutth Carolitva
wtolt hw the I St to wilibhol a their riglt'.
(t nhit firat. vii t t atrtil(. oil entlirg
tle C r' 0-0a1 ,tl ' !aw nata t' l h (& .\ fitinaa
race sent in the penitenti:ay flor stealig.
Di-l ol want. to IFee this aamaaia. They
Sho::l stoily atal e able tIn col np to the
taiaiirenents ol' ot er aces. Their Color
can utacacedtt. (Claeers.)
Sant. Iill (culore'd) next spoke. Since
he had hant (lae wIlites speak, lIo wais will
ing to givo his Yote to South unlaina. A.,
N'r ahis contiscataaio, he never f7t,; tiat ho
Goud ever get land without, working for it.
lie saw itae Nortern nen cone, anl they
aook ile best. Iule lae lait. lie f'elt then,
anad he wolId tand to it yet, that. Sher
mIaaa's arn 'ity was nto f'arind olf' his. Let ale
wita n b ksa waa ks t ia t un <iie a rienaatls ; and
1. aheta livo us freed-Inen, live as inen.
.iev. Willitin McDowell. (coloret) hen
followe . lie batt (livea ats at aervtant ot'
Davida teDtowell, <teceaseal, for 35 years.
a tld I her had always beent peace het wceen
laea. It principle his ato red rictls
cotuld be aas whitet as tla white!t mant. lie
would lie then be oeldient to till aaen i
Aplly taeir Ilints to edc ation, unia edit
Ce a 1their- childaren, 'Ithey lal now this
optorn'aity, for there was no one to call
Iack their children t'romla one place to an
otler; to look to fAieaais who waultt aiad
tOeit in aine of need. (Cthers.)
lie .l'I1< lachem if' their hoase was onl fire
alaey woaali not call distnt nationls to helli
thertna, but titeia neighbors : lat11a. Ilaey were
taot lau e by any skill o' power ol' aIaM, bait
by the wil t' .ltehovah. Ativiseti taan ia
prove themnselves honest. 1e ttaakc thenti
tor thei gocd behavior, ant eait le watted
h whitke gentleameu present to be aille
ti gO bomne and tell ahiart antieos, not. that
they actel.ults like negrocs wyould act, but
A t1 llake (colore-l) was the lnst ipenk
ela lle ha al t'ow 'wnistt to say. Ile waanlat
1l1as colr'e' t hta eaers to lacrn a tatat lt'jng laee,
they at1atst aill work, earn their lread by atae
ve:at o-, their brow, nat nt. Io00; tot ltis
cotltaiell or tlan r-at C r'a'ib. lie wouldt lave
ItIn live at. honie ama le-vtn fraom haaae'
tvietl s tao Itlit tIce best foot f'orc ist. lie
hnal taut, come to aile barbzacae oly, but. haid
Carnaa to learn iluty. As all wcr free, atill
s lat coin :aaa4l live iaa larmonay.
A ahi. poita. .:111Qs .3 atteose anIttontIced
that klinner wvas reC-aly.
U. 0. Bowon.
As will be setn, say;; lte Stunter
ll'lhoni, froma the subjoined para.
tal, takeni rl'om tho Charlestont J/cr
tart, of Satiraday last, the personl
whotase) na L111 laeads this paraga'apt, antd
who somelc days since f.gigtred so coat
spicuuitttsly at public imeetings of tho
Freedmen at this place had becn ar
rtAed and conaiLtead to Castle
Phinaney, upont setr ioas eth arges, am11on1g
whih are embezb1.anment of' Oe funds
The Charleston Newiv,s, a day or two
ilae, puIblished from a Georgia lt;ie r,
stma of tit s pro'5t-tI'tS anatece'dents,
wh-taital pat's his character in Iu very
T \a. A un.'s'r or lowr'x.- A s l
ready 'annomedal, tht inceaiary C .
ho wena, ht as Letont artresttd by thae mili1
tv -y'ahorlaait ias, anda caonuntit ted to
Nttle Intkney t await trial, by a1
Sltha aty Canjisaio hupoti several,
chartagte, a taongst, wich it ate theo as
sntaation tat mtilitarty athority andta
a'mbe atzilotmtent of' the fundsal of' freat eda
ota l list o anad tW ad wealaw hhinds.l
'Thlis uaaaa was trtited durintag the watt
forat taffences aof ai seotuas ctara'acter, aml
sutiiIana tat gra:ate cimeilws land reasteda
up~ona him a. I i' was ftalseas 15L 'aaldier',
:a ata it is buta, t natural that he Ithdould bce
tas it as a cittizetn.
I Impllortant Inf'ormtation,
'JThe foltowinag are the taws of Con.
graess totuchaing theoliatbility of sutbscr'i
boa's to nlewspaper's:
1. .SubscrOtiberst' who da) not give ex
pron' ttotice to thte c.ontrarity, tare COnl
sidereal as wt'isiing to conttliue thir
2. If' subaScribers'L whoa hanve not paid
aorderts their' pap~er's stoppedl the pubh
1lishiers matay continue to senid thoem utn
3. Itf stubscr'ibers roftuso 0or neglect
to take thetja ir papers from thto olli'e,
Itey are hlad riesponusib le utntil thaey
htavye soet. tieal thae bit, aid ordererd theo
pttae dliscoti tnued.
-I. If' subs~ciier1s remnovo to oth..
er' pliacea withuainorinag the puib
isthter, tand Iteir' paipers' are conta tined
1to the formaer' d irection, thecy cain be
h ield rtesponasibleo. ( cteltlataoi
inag to take a paperOt fr'om the ollic, 01'
reotavinag tandt leiaing it uncal tled for',
asyrninaf/oia evid1e of inatenitional
fr'audai otn t partt of suchl subscriber.
Thec latest ahtthaoaitativo news from
Mexico isl thttat ttho late EmpilOtrr
Max imailiatn, was shot ont the I19th of
Junei, and the City of Moxico was caip
turaed on thea 20th.
lhood-thiraasty R~ adicals may howl
with itnfotrnal delighat at thais tera'ible
fate of one of tLso mtost nole maemibers8
of otno of the anctnt royal households
of Eur'ope. Bunt we see in it, onie of
to saddest evidences of the heat and
passion~ thiat conttrols ai victorious lRe
Moxico under Juaroz is disgraced.
Carrying Oonooaled Weapons.
A mnilitna'y (Cotmmissioni, in North
Carolinma, hats Iluled two citireans for
ctaryitng pistols, one to the amnount of
$150O, an ad the amtaountt of' $100, and
the fmndiags of the Court haave beent
annlrovnd hyv( Goil Rino-lna
LiSTte Sit ats :ssl in tiinse parts of Sintes
occupiled by '1l1o U. S. Troops. 'N'wI
Y oul Stit %woIth- L 1. the power- to mnake
Lit bI:elc i'tu:1i fre lie woIhln not do it.
\Wint is the listory of' te (Litt, jomini.
llin-imio whiebl met at, Fortre-iss Monrlo",
in 1864 ? hy l incohnt tll red terms
of t hi Miml he ls:ill he wouldi grant l'our
: .1 millwion of, <( ilars to tlill peilen
of tihe imnt h for the lOss they sustaineud
\f(ter' tlle baitlie of Mln'itonlvifll, ill
North nr'ini, aShein n wV*as in Itle
grap-hic conine:in with Lincoln,
lini sisnt word lo Lincobi that aiong
tIII( tmit hien''l agin-ei t uipon the si-l
ren.i.r $idlns:n, wa o.s ne. hat tit
rnun., inm of -i v' y slitin l lb' sI I,...l bN
Oie lnnitd :Iat. (Amorts. lin l!I tic.
"-pledl this, proplositiol. Httmvr
mLnh I incoln was killed, and Amldrev
Johtson who sicceeded sent wond ito
Shn114-1-111:1 that, ile t'rins of siurrieinlzdr
U1ld1 1not, he acceiptml. So it (incoln
had not, been killed you wouli probably
have ot ieen free. I tence they ol' the
Noirth have no rigii. to uay tlatn the(y sea
you rne. (Caeers.)
AN of us can say that bing fre, stay
free mn Innk yourself worthy or'freed.
Col. Rin then rea.1 an extract fromi
Lihe CImndenu/, lIneposi. ain ex
tIroi Iadical paper ip1iubbshed inl Pein
svlvnii i. l told the Colored peopl
Otat the North didn't want them how
over to knov what Vas said in thaI
extac abliout them, )Int, he VotIlA reali
it to tinci any how- The extract is as
"':nncipnat iin was not given r a favor
-1io (he slaves, and it did not imlylv any pro
"misn of other action favor-able tnn timii. oi
''ithe par of the Goverinenit. It Was olvy
''a ieasunIre of expedienlcy-ait Will IaIsie
".oft lte sanme rie!igni. ani virtually of the
'saine character, as the inbiniIng of inilitary
'siore-t or Mhe stNmpneling of ainnnus ewi
"loyed inn lhe war by lth ie ngnts."
They (ilin Nor'thein people) would use you
as We:poLns ag:imini. wilite people.
As [Ir Ithe right ot' voting, only ( wo Sn ate.s
in the Noit allow the colied pnic to
Vot! withoi t restrictioin. iln Itwoi -'tate..
North, the.y Will not. allow flte colored pwo
Ieo vote nt all. They want. to Lse.' y?" is
tools Aly advice, I t itherefor , to %,1.11 is 1k)
forin no1) alli:invi Winh any arily North ;
Wilih no Decaic int, wili ino l k iti
cOin pas'y. ilt Wili 11 Souih I'aX-olitn Iiary.
NMw look at Ith in is. The M in-i innin
Says that taxes "Iu- be uniform ihrough
otl i ti Unite s t 'n .l'nnn. [Ile lngres
pils :I iax -t* lir cenl' a' in ind kil o tn titoln.
1b-,t x 11111n ha iwe-y do1 n..I. 1:4x ice.
Now no iIn ill the Norh, int vti
toln is tit O il tui. Tbc it.lries
:11,0 Intl 1:17;00l, ani Iii nnly ro, lent theiy nine
:0.0 illyp l!::U u~ y fit- nv r a t
t nihtl.'i sinve'unwl ' in' tnt' tlnn'n'su~ i
yo:ll - il :. !:ntr T: I e t Ilnk e's il
i io y, .1'' 1. not Know. tilher fiom
Nor:h ir - nh. "ome I .s.>n-n Int nil.
len't''i nl, : i S h ve~ <h-co.vi.1 the cnolored. is
I~n I he purch- k- of h1:'i.ne.
211111. "4) all t Ihe rieo,,lhip and1(
inin' ' t the n -oe s i bI in i w ar.
Th 11- Ioth couild no( alpprec ih theme
in of''is d. 1 y,
(,Il i i l the wolnt into anilt laborate ar
'a n'd to Sh tI i i fi nlict io coiln . not
b o ilhow ithe vet ine, aif
it n iii *'a.ii........,... n . i 'ni
ni.n rd I hserve
ii' f., ': i n i b'..is ' iu:nni * . ni'nn v '
I. tt ir i l, and i e 1 p ten.
s(leie . O'beeri.t. )
It. .\. (i.'fhlii, (oitnnisinern in liglv
in'xi nib the ,'i'l I-h' cr'.in . lint s ted
he~ ''. imp es r n I, bunt I h t h I- li ca; b-01
ra ces'. li n mu in nnnit Inraen of lint
genii feetlinit n'Wsii liwe n te wh'ii Ss aind
hic.k's. ii' 'sei iha'n if ithey wouhni~l
Ntn h in e -sati' elnr tinir adnvice., it' thiv 'lid li
woldt t eli.ltemi beforei't it'y take i tIhe intd
v'ic~e. (l'heenrs--aiind aI vo~ice ''linki yonu.")
Coi.l. I'' . W. is.\iaiten', of' t'oiuianhia, wins
lie alhmmned Ic this. as his naivo- Ditiieic,
Iol theI Ico'lored, ineople tha thIle winites inort
hadt ben'i, areit, atiniii alwatysi will bo t heir
Ifree lnot lby line Northion ln n, lnnor by lint
Sonuntertn in, but by thlefiat of' the Greatn
Iini. That theIn cuidnily ii o iniYankee
hadt madeiCli thet silaves4. Itint slav ery had
beten ai lesst~ing. .ii tinuu bnuglin I memu in
cinnitac. with a sueriori'nn rac~e. Thnny luii
thusii bneonnite sinper'ior to niny oiters nif lint
black race in ci viliznation aini eduncaljin
Nw theI nny were brinenght once stlep hi ghie.
Thety musilt niow act like nmecn, aiini earnn thir
breadn bny t he swent of teir bri'n iow. (.\ vonie
-'-"Nmny you nine italkinng.") lie niprighti
ianil shiow I hemnn elvesn file,'ndlyi, amndn thei
will hnavn fnri in.
Co~nl. Aclo.\ls en' closedm w'i iti his senl imnt:n
"Ni niy Soutnhli Caroi'l ui soiion beti rehabilit alted
nawith inheI pnrospjeitiy nof forinmr dayvs, andi
''lhe blacik niain, th Insilavye nif i'ormerti tdays,
t'nroe ha nnsenli wtorth y ofl freedomi. (n'heersn.)
Wesmle'y ln3ylnes (icoloredn) Iten addre'nmnsed
lie adnvisednn lis coloried t'nieands to como in
bronthercnly, aintl nteig'nborlIy, andin joi n Inhi
hearis ndm hndsn wviith Ine wh'iies. ('Tr.e
Iilo saind ia peneltei nty hadl bneen buiilt , it
wa'us noti tit. Ithat ndogi shlouldi be sec'nt Itherne
andt askedi his coorend fiendsJ' if any of' them'n
shiould be seint t hero fuor hnog, pig, shnep or'
All hiesoi whlito peolet uniie with ins in
Iteir 'sches he~ feli lie imust unitIe 1oo.
Johnt n liraiitt (colored'c) Ihnn iarons'e to ex
plaiin hisi positin andt r'e-aifl'imed tihe (in-i
nadiuionn mindno by oaneof cithle pre'cediing
speakersm ini his bealfl, r'elaivle to~ some~ r'ni
non' of whnat Ine said in regard'n lo conifiscan
lie closned bty saiying Ithii IhIe tnughtI that.
(Upior'iis shnouild bto nialoed Io inlli oiines.
G orge N ntaytiebnl, ani ohii coloretd mnii
:hni adnlrnessedl Inc aiten~ ice, butt a's we'
.'inld nt he~ar'lln what. e sitd Wi leavel' it inn.
Thl'ln e I. Tsin'I'ilar yswards (colorendi) next
ippnieae, beninig cailed onit.
ile regretled, ins an mininstenr of' lhe Cospel,
lhi ii he hadn ln' be elin upn to inake am ny.
hung like'ii npoitin:a l pei. Tie itnyv~ntg
us colnoret i harers Io learn'n whatn fr'eedom
i. Ile hadl sen the wit i oi n amiInl thne
niackc main advocaiiing oneo commnon righnt.
.Ito lwonlii sty to) themn, aits theirn whliIo
iin-al 'i i-l. nu't. be idnli Iiend ih I any)
'nil3'. l[e. ihnanself', wauntedm the salti mni
nn'pper'i wnell ixed. (Chee'rs.'~) 1.e theim
m'hmine nd'm lannks taike hndsi mand go io,.
ethern'n tnt wea'tlth indm prosuperity. (Cheersii.)
risedom mdoin't teachm them'n to galthier Nmgsn nt
h-'n. "C., byv bn'aiking ino brnhms, & 0., hat
ytplnnne greelncintom aheil plea s , t
"te Land We Lovo."
This Southern1 periodical, ma"dlr thlt
Fditor itiual aageent of (Gen. I. 11.
1Hill, and published in Charlotte, 'N.
C., has now reahlled at cirullat ion or
P2,000. "I1tseuit-culaition emblraces! all
"the Territories :ni all Ith SlatC.A ex
"cicpt thre (it' o' ti Northi- astern. "
Tle best tailit of the cotmtry has
beensecured to give attraction , it,
pages, andlit enitgrav inlgs an d illlu. tra
00ions will S00on be intrenlueeOd.
Thie content.. of, tho JulI y im1:nher
which lies upon oir table is 1
ikctch of, ttn. T. N1. I. Cobb, BY
liev. It. Kt. M'oter, Atholn iea ri
Th lilight of Arethusa, by .irs.
.alargaret J. Predton, Lexington, Vir
,John Milton, by Proft. 1,. 11)h-.
nley, of V irginia
.Dramlatic Sketch, by Pta u I I.
flayne, Augunista, (1a.
I-:venlings inl Parliament, by Johm R1.
Thom)Inps4on, I,:y., l1ichmol(nd, \ irl'. in a.
The Mladonna, by .\rs. Fliiny
lhavlning, Charlotte, N. C.
3lary Ashburton, -- kipton,
Callista,. by N. C. Kouns, Fuil ton,
111um111r. ofl the Mot-rgan IRaid, by J.
l'arish4 Stelle, Case!yvillo, Ky.
Tell Ie ye Winds, by Miss A*ic
Hill, New Orleaus, l.a.
IPerfect (hroluglI St141ering, by 31 rs.
Fanny Dowiing, Charlotte, North
Itieillond, V irginia, Fifty Ycar
.\gI, by a V irginia .\la troul.
111ited States Iliistrict Court, ( poein)
by Johnp it. Thompson, .lsq.
Peach (uture, by lon. It. W.
lavenel, Aiken S. C.
New Y4o.k ('orrspoilndene, Edito
rial, J.Uok Notices.
South Carolina Univer.ity.
Recy. 0. IiueWahr er Tu
thle .Ililty of the inivcrs.ity f t h
'arlolill , reports thrioigh I the /'10 1
thianes of st uents U1o.n vduI.
were confrerredk Curt ilicatte sor1 Dimlinlz
tionl and (Certificeates 'fth lu tin
if t wo young min" of our myw, .l. .n
Neil andt J. M. Smat
South1 Car'elhutt Un iv ers Iy.
gard to the reporilt we gave in tho Lot
Nxsof this Ilniversi ty.
Distiuetions are not given to gradn.
ates, but to the worth imimbrs io the
J) unior Class. 1 n d r 1s will I a. ithI
il Ilnlind whnll they re01d that Certill
: at es o f ( r~aldiIniuatin are gri ven to t iIhe k - !
nir or (radin:ting ('hun, while ('er-.
tit)nso PAincu(t1i are "iven1 onily
to those who desecrve them in th 11..
Jein Morgan and the Ohio raha:e.
ITere is an anedote rlated f
J4'i 1 eorgan l which e hav1 itv
ofl Sdilt ohm " lft t rein M f (orith
IforI' the 'tyn-IlOTe of maingit a circuit Iof
yo whe eneml'lirear ti~tlit Cmin to wi
execte dwent 11) milefrom Franlinf
T1n. ak t w~rghic lace was1 CI t uea~ ilnl a(
Les wacold sulylt tal lot elen1ey,
helfelt mm1.''leo"' tk Frlin. ('is-c
beutsint ofmsel asr 11011 of er a Cavtlry
(1Ctiole an puztit 11111 ederll uniform's
inCt1 Faiitg to t h ooel' quateso
liier, sai.)ld aMogl n. "lIl ppy (.cto
m~~aec yoor acqaintce, orlonerl.
edtoe seat ny ws 11? foy new5."
re( pli d th e Federal s CI have,
us toohim Mrand is int Maury Coty.ll1
yoil lst ell e thagilnumber I wll
txectei a1dr1aftupnke. i G~rafo
(th1 nyU ntasue you10' 1 thatr il
Ita Mognanfi/otr cnnn
exin31ed1 theOIc' deiheyClnl
j'ord caeul4 eetdfryo h
dred orJs ;~ hd th1e brdled~l and0
Bsaddlidon ou' 1in chargon of hlis men,014
heeectd Oigt- drafuponGn
Grn f'or h$edado500. . lo REI
ed to thecamp Sii forty hor1e0.
Mountin hi2 nir0omnd-ea