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NEW YORK Jone 6. - Colton finner, nt
SSQtiO cents?, Gold, 44|. Sterling qui**,
P. M.- (Cotton, 88@40 conts, with ?aloa
of 15,000 hales. Sogar quiet; coffee steady;
molasses ?lull. Cold, t?-.
Trial of JeWerson Davin.
Ui. HUONi>. Juno C. -In tho oaaoof Jeffer?
son Davin, the District Attorney said lio
waa not in th?? custody of tho Court, but a
prisoner of state. Atlurnoy-Gonoral Speed
could not ho present. Ho therefore moved
that the Court adjourn until October. Mr.
Brady ?aid his cli?>nt wanted aspeedy trial,
and waved all forme, but ho know they
could not coutr?>l the action of tho Attorney.
Judgo Underwood said that Chief Juatioo
(.'liaee expected to preside, and had named
October aa a convenient time ; and aa At
tornev-Goneral Sneed could not be Lhere
now, Ue granted tho motion of the District
Attorney, and advised tho COUUBCI of Mr.
Davie to make application to tho President
for relief, aa all power rested in him. The
Court waa, therefore, adjourned.
Kron? New York.
NKW YORK, June C.-Cholera ?till pre?
val?a at (quarantine, with eight new cauca.
Five deatha occurred yesterday. Eighty
?-oven cases ?tili under treatment.
Cen. Hooker has issued ordern to inter?
cept all Fenians. Several hundred worn
(-alight in Highgate vicinity. At St. Alban??
they were without a commander, and
seemed about to invade Canada "on their
??wu hook," poorly armed, ami dependent
on citizens for food.
Alexander's Morrill, hy Lexington, won
thu Derby stake at tho Patterson races
yesterday. Niuo horses started. Timo:
two minutes fifty-live seconds.
The President luis pardoned 161 crimi?
nals, and the number of political pardons
The steamers Aleppo and Citv of Cork
took ont $2,020,000 in gold. Tho Cuba,
from Boston, took $1,620,000.
Despatches from Toronto report all quiet
and that the nows received at noon Troni
all quarters indicates that tho excitement
-* ? m
WASHINGTON, Juno 6. Hy ?lirectiou of
tho President, Attorney-General Speed has
hraned a circular to District Attorney Mar?
shall, instructing the arrest of all promi?
nent leaders of conspicuous persons called
Fenians, who are, or may bc, guilty of any
violation of the neutrality laws. The Fe?
nian prisoners at Buffalo have been re?
leased by tho order of the Government,
'flit) men aro to be released on their own
recognizance, and the officers in $500 bail,
all Lo appear af Canaudaigua when re?
quired, and to subscribe that they will not
take up arms.
Official advices received hero leave no
doubt that a large hoi ly of Fenians still
threaten Canada. Groat alarm prevails in
Montreal, which created a monetary panic;
and a run on thc Savings'Bank placed Kohl
at a high prom i mn.
Charlea Conor, sr., counsel for Jefferson
Davis, had an interview, this morning, with
the President and Attorney-General Speed
in reference to tho case of the prisoner.
lt ie understood at the State Department
that a contract has been made by the
French Government wit h the trans-Atlan?
tic Steamship Company to transport the
first detachment of French troops from
Mexico to France bi October, Marshal Ba?
zaine accompanying thia detachment.
The President has issued a proclamation
for the purpose of maintaining tho public
giKid and national honor, and warna all
good citizens from aiding or abetting un?
lawful expeditions of ovil disponed persons
against a nation with which this Govern?
ment is at peace, and authorizes all magis?
trates and other officers of the United
States to exert their authority to defeat
any unlawful proceedings, and in bringing
to Justice all offenders. Oeu. M<:ade has
also authorized tho use of military force to
prevent the carrying out of any unlawful
Later from Ru rope.
fi KW YORK, June 6. The steamer Africa
has arrived, with Liverpool ?lates to thc
The cotton market was tinner, but un?
changed, with sales of 10,000 bales. Bread
stuffs inactive. Proviaiona quiet.
LONDON, May 26 -P. M.- Consols 87T?
87b Five-twenties 654@6oJ. Erie's 41?(g)
424. Illinois Central 7(tf?7Gb There bas
beon a general improvement on the Stock
LA'IEU.-Advices of the 27th, eta Queens?
town, by the Africa, confirmed the state?
ment that three neutral powers had ad
ctressed an incidental note to Berlin. Vien
na, Florence and Frankfort,inviting aeon
terence, and it ia believed all will assent;
but the reply of Austria hail not boon re?
ceived. Warliko preparations continuo.
Continental affaira aro unchanged. Kos?
suth is acting in concert with tho Italians,
and endeavoring to excite a Hungarian
Reports arc current at Prague that Prus?
sian troops aro advancing on tho frontier.
bord C?nvloy has been summoned from
Paris to London for consultation at the ex?
pected congress of the power:; to assemble
about the 5th or Kith of Jnne. The Times
says that thu result of thc conference will
in no event affect the position of England
as stated. The Prussian-Italian treaty
. names May 28 for commencement, of hos?
tilities. Entrenchments have been com?
menced near Vienna.
It is reported that an Italian patriot ap?
peared on the frontier of Caffaro and took
away half of the bridge on the Italian side
of the river.
Garibaldi is reported to have left Capre
ra for tho Adriatic e?iaat.
Financial and commercial affairs in Eng
hiud show great depression. The pressure
for money indicates that the crisis ia not
yet over. The Times suggests tho issue of
interest-bearing notes to relieve the pres?
sure. Among tho suspensions are \S. ll.
Cou brough x Co., American cotton deal?
ers, with liabilities or ?150,000.
The Spanish Foreign Minister referred
in Cortes to remarks made in the P.nglish
Pn ri lamont about the bombardment of
Valparaiso, and slated that Spain would
continue Lo act vigorously, if the South
American Republics continued the war.
At Bombay, 0-J0 coolies were humed to
death on an Italian ship, which they act on
tire during a revolt.
Tho Hero, from New Orleans, arrived at
Bremen OD tho 22d ult., with DOO hales of
cotton, which was damaged by Ore.
A largo arrival of specie from America
caused a better feeling, and a re-action set
m m th?' bondon Exchange.
The Paris Bours?i closed buoyant.
Cotton is declining.
Thc Davin Trial.
KlCHMOMD, Juno G. The |Ullitod States
Court met. Judge Underwood made a vio?
lent charge to the Grand Jury, denouncing
Kichmona an a slave-leading,city and its
press as licentious and treasonable. Wm.
B. Kudd askeil, in behalf of Jefferson
l??via, if it was proposed to try him or SUM
poiul.it. Hennessy, Assistaut District At?
torney, was unprepared to answer, in the
absence of Chandler, tho District Attor?
ney, who, lie said, would be present to?
morrow; if not, ho (Hennessy) would an?
swer. Thc court adjourned.
WASHINOTON, Juuo 5.-Tho published
statement Rives the public debt, leas 1 he
cash in the Treasury, at ?2,G70y?8o. De?
crease, $l!>,(?0t>,0tt0 i? May. The cash in
the Treasury in stated at nearly $i:W>,
Stephens, thu Head-Centre of th? Fe?
nian;, : '-.ere.
A large number of thc elcrical force of
thu Departments will be discharged thia
The Secretary of the Treasnry reports
sold through Assistant Treasurer at New
York since February, ?3.">,440,000 ingold, at
a price of about 13l).|. >
NEW YORK, June G.-Dr. Bissel reports
the mortality alarming among tho cholera
patients at tpiarantiuo. Tho disease is
very virulent. Some dio in a few hours
arter taking sick. Tho ship Eugene has
arrived from Hamburg, and reports twenty
deaths, and eleven on tho steamship Her?
mann, from Bremen. Disease not stated.
LATER. The condition of tho cholerapa
tients at quarantine is deplorable. The
hospital ship, Falcon, is full. There aro
twenty more casea than can bc cared for.
Five vessels are quarant ined within a circle
of t wo miles, having on board either cho?
lera, yellow fever or small-pox. A clergy?
man and two nurses sent on tho hospital
ship were all attacked by cholera.
NEW Youie, June 5. A Montreal special
says: The authorities have reliable in?
formation that the Fenians are marchiug
from Fairfield on St. Armands. A battle is
expected during the day.
TORONTO, Juno 5. - Tho regulars and vo?
lunteers recalled from the front will con?
centrate here. The thirty Fenians cap?
tured at Fort Ene have been brought here,
and will probably be tried by court-martial
Nr.w YORK, June 5.- It is reported thai
f?ciieral Murphy will cross at St. ltei's or
Cornwall, with 1,000 Fenian infantry. An?
other column is to Crown at Beauharnaia;
and General Spear, with 3,ono, to move
from St. Albans on Philipsburg, to cut the
railroad at. St. John's Junction, on thc
Grand Trunk Itoad. Operations proposed
to cut ott"Montreal from Successor. Sweeny
moves to-night from Malone. A battlu is
expected t? ?-day.
lt is said that two Fenian spies are to be
shot, this morning, at Fort Erie. The Fe?
nians are moving from Malone with artil?
lery. On the arrival at Fort Erie, Un
American Consul was stint at ami grossh
insulted by the British, while in a house,
with a Mae; unfurled. Ile has demanded an
Warrants have been issued hythe Unite.I
States Commissioner to apprehend tho Fe?
nian officers now on board the Michigan,
for examination before a commissioner,
who will deride whether they shall be held
for trial. A writ of hitbran. corjnts was
served, but thc hearing was postponed t.>
give Commander Bryson, of the steamer
Michigan, an opportunity to consult the
Government authorities at Washington.
Rumors of a column of Fenians march?
iug into Canada are not continued; Ci II.
Sweeny is said lo ho at Malone, New York,
but the probabilities are that the invasion
is at an end. President Roberts, however,
has issued a stirring address to the Irish?
men, and promoted Col. O'Neill to a Bri
gadicr-General for gallantry. Arms be?
longing to the Fenians have Deon seized at
various points; and tho Hutted Stat, s is
using ail efforts lo preserve neutrality.
Head-Centre Stephens declares the move?
Thc I'K .h) In inn As*?.-na bl les.
Sr. bons, May 31. Rev. Wm. Ferguson,
Commissioner from tho Janesville (Ohio)
Presbytery, was expelled from the Ol.I
School Assembly, to-day, for writing au
offensive letter to tho Ohio Slaiesiiuni, and
for which ho could make no satisfactory
The vol? for expulsion was very large.
This is tho worst case of the Kind that has
ever occurred. The motion for expulsion
was maile by Dr. Krebs.
Drs. West and Boardman spoke in t he
Louisville Presbytery case to-day. Tho
Assembly decided to take a final vote on
tho above case at 1 o'clock to-morrow.
ST. boris, Juno 1.- The resolution of the
Committee and tho amendment of Or.
Humphrey were laid on the table by mot iou
of Dr. Thomas, and tho substitute of Dr.
Gurley taken np and passed by a vote of
196 to 37. This, substitute condemns the
declaration and testimony as a slander
against tho church; schismatical in ita
character, and its adoption by any church
court is declared an act of rebellion against
the authority of tho General Assembly. It
summons all the signers of the declara!ion
and all tho members of the Presbyti ry who
voted for it to appear before tho next Gen?
eral Assembly to answer for their conduct,
and prohibits them from silting as mem?
bers of any church court higher than ses?
sion, until their cases aro decided; it dis
solves any Presbytery that disregards this
action of the Assembly, and vests all pres?
bytery authority in such ministers and
eldersof such Presbytery as adhere to the
action of the Assembly.
On motion of Dr. Monfort, those mem?
bers excluded under this substitut.! were
allowed to retain their seats in the Assem?
bly until it? adjournment, which will pro?
bably take place to-morrow.
lt. poi t of li?t. f*o?tiiiUMtvr-<<?c-ii?-rnl on
Tele^i-uuhic Coiiiiuaiiicitl iona. ?.<< .
WASHINGTON, June2.- .Anion.; tho docu?
ments submitted by Ute l'ost master * ielie
ral, in responso to the resolution of tho
Senate respecting the erection of Govern?
ment telegraph lines, is the answer of tltf)
" America?,*' "Western Union" and
" Uniied States" Telegraph Companies, to
his inquiries. This document is somewhat
voluminous, yet one which cannot fail to
attract attention, and will* convey many
fads not generally knoiifh, and ol' interest
to all connected with telegraphic enter?
prises. Anion;; tho points reached arc:
I. The impracticability of predionliny
telegraph traffic on tho post ofllco system
of one charge to all places, and tailing tho
minimum ot prosonI tariffs as the stand?
ard. This, it claims, would bo makin;;
what are called "social messages" sn fte r
for the commercial business, the formal'
bein.; chiefly local and representing tin
minimum tariff, and tho latter distant. It
also show:; how impracticable it would be
to sustain the linc., nuder such a tarin*, un?
less with lill increase of business, which,
if oil. iel, could not bc sent without Hie
corresponding increase of wire;, tho in?
crease of raphal and the absorption of
largo sums ot money, without any certainty
Thc fallacy of the proposal to send
sixty-word messages at the present rate of
postage, showing that tho mero cost of
delivering a message in New York exceeds
eight cents, and that, nuder ordinary ex?
penses of rent and operations, with the
wires constantly occupied, moving twelve
hours each day, at the rate of 'i!,u(HJ wolds
per hour, a six-wire lino between Washing
ton and New York would entail ti nett loss
of over 1300,000 per ii un mn
3. Tho necessity for tho size of present
tariffs, showing that they hayo not been
I increased beyond the general advance of
i tho cost of labor and other values.
! 4. Tho error of assuming that a corres?
ponding increase of business from every
reduct ion of the tariff, claiming that ibero i
is a limit to tho exposuro by telegraph of
commercial and social correspondence, and
that the mail must necessarily absorb
I nearly all communication not requiring im
! mediate despatch.
I 5. The necessity for combinations of
, lines, not only to enablo companies to eco
' nomizo their expenses and preservo the
j value of telegraphic property, but for tho
purpose of sending communications with
I out unnecessary expedition under a single
management and responsibility, thus
avoiding the chief causo of error."
C. That these combinations are necessa?
ry as preparatory steps before tho con?
summation of tho groat enterprises which
i look to the speedy encircling of thc globe,
aud which, to bo successful, must bo under
a simple and harmonious control.
7. That tho consolidation of telegraph
.companies has been tho result of mutual
necessities, showing that the expenses of
maintenances, usually regarded as .small,
are such aa to render it next to impossible
for two vigorous companies to contend for
business, and maintain to their properties
any commercial value.
8. That the average earnings of the large
companies, popularly roprcReutcd as enor?
mous, havo been very small- the united
earnings not being over four por cent,
during the post year.
9. That tho United States Revonue Tax
has averaged over four cents on each mes?
sage, independent of local and State assess?
ments, which have, in some States, been
equal to four couts more. That tho reve?
nue tax ou tho net receipts of the Ameri?
can Telegraph Linc, for 1805, waa twenty
three per cent. If tho income tax on
dividends in tho State of Texas were added,
the total tax would bc about one-third of
the entire net receipts.
10. That any attempt to found a system
like that proposed, and sustain it upon ita
own resources, must be unsuccessful. It
is claimed that the proper functions of
Government aro in the protection of pri?
vate onterpriaes, and that Government
should neither compote with nor repress
it so long as proof is attainable of the cor?
rectness of tho basis on which tho business
H. That under our institutions, a tele?
graph system controlled by the Govern?
ment must bc, in the nature of things,
objectionable. Especially must it be so to
the press, to ail actively interested in tho
politics Ol the natiou; and that tho hues
could not fail, sooner or later, to become
mere Government vehicles for espiouage
1-2. Denies all tho public stateuieuts
made of the coat of constructing lines as
visionary and untrue, ll is shown that the
expenditure for the mere cable laid in tho
linds.m Uiver, to conueot New York and
Washington, exceeds the whole amount of
the paulie estimate made <*f thc cost of an
entire line between these cities. Much
collateral information is given, including
the financial results of the past six years,
ami the difficulties and peculiarities of the
lt npi>cara from this answer, that there
arc over 70 telegraph offices in New York
city, with a force of ;t75 persons; that there
aro now thirty wires between New York
ami Washington, and that nearly 100 wires
leave tho city of New York. The American
ami Western Union Companies have about
2,otto offices, with 5,000 employees. The
names of 30 companies are given, with uti
aggregate capital of $50,000,000, employ mg
A negro infant left in the care of a
negress was horribly murdered at
Mobile last week.
Some of tho English papers find"
fault with Madam (?risi's singing.
( OHMKIU I AI. AMI Kf \ AM I A1,.
BALTIMORE, June ;t. Middling cotton,
'.VjKt.il; low middlings, 37\'<r;?\>; ordinary,
33?fi34. Family Hour, ?14ocl7; extra, *UK?i
13; superfine, $email@example.com.
CINCINNATI, June 2.- Flour dull and un?
changed -superfine, $9.25(??9.50; extra, Iii
fifil0.75; family, $11.50(?U2.50. Salen nf
1,500 bbls. pork, at $31; hulk meats, 12VW;
154, with sales of 300,000 lbs. Bacon firm
l44<gjl4A for shoulders; 174 for sides; 18??2)
19 for clear sides; sugar-cured hams, 18.
Cotton dull- nothing doing. Gobi, 110.
Ijouisvn.r.E, Juno 5.- Tobacco of all de?
scriptions closed firmer ou all grades; the
sales of leaf amounting to 550 hilda. Su?
pertitle Hour, $8.50. Torn, i;s. Oats, 60.
Bacon shoulders, 14 (; clear sides, 11*4; mess
pork, $111.50. Whiskey, 22.
NEW YORK, June 5. Cotton qui? t, at 07
?/.3??. Sales Of tho week 7.ooo l?ale?; re?
ceipts for the week from all ports 15,00(1;
exports ditto same time 11,ooo bales. Su?
gar clOSOd buoyant. Cottee film. Midassca
dull, (?old, 4t;';.
CHARLESTON, Juno fi. -Thc market for
cotton still continues without activity
nollers hi ing unwilling to meei the views
of buyers. Sales of tlie dav about ll balea,
at 29c. for low middling.
ArousTA, Juno 5. The unfavorable ad?
vices from Europe duriu; the week past,
havo had a depressing tendency. There
han been some inquiry ii ir small lots of lino
cottons, c?ut the lower trades are almost
entirely neglected. Cottons which would
have sold ton days since for 36c. will not
to-day command 31c.
LIVKBPOOI., May 20. Cotton closed with
a declining tendency market bas declined
kf$U\. Sales of the week44,000 halos. Sales
to-day for middlings were made at \2uc
?2Jd. Sales Friday 0,000 bah s.
The London Mercantile Gazette, speak?
ing of tho cotton supply, says: The crops
in Egypt and Turkey navo fallen off; but I
we have now pouring in upon us supplies
from India, America, the Brazils, .vc, far
in excess of all previous calculations. It
..tay have been to the interest of many per?
sons to understate Lhe quantities likely to
como forward in a '..iven period; but we
have warned our readers that the produce
of the world would presently bo in excess
of the demand. How fur we have been
correct is demonstrated by the statistical
details of tho importa for the present year.
Nut withstanding that 250,260 moro l?alos
have been purchased at Liverpool only for
home consumption since the commence?
ment of tho year, tho supply in warehouse,
784,650 bales, ia 247,620 bales in excess of
the corresponding period in 1805. The in?
crease in tho import, 679,040 bales, is so
?argo that few houses aro now manufaet ur
big,except to order. At tho present time,
there aro about 650,000 bahs of cotton
alloat from India, against 390,000 last year;
while the four months' importation from
Anvrica into Liverpool were equal to 580,
SII1I> \K WS.
PORT OF CHARLESTON. JUNK 6.
Sehr. John S. Loo, Buniull, New york
From Mr. VaUandlgha.ni.
Wo extract the following from a
speech made by Hon. C. IZ Vallan
digham before the recent Ohio De?
Wo support a President for whom
we did not vote; we limit our sup?
port to tho particular question in
which the whole country is interested,
and upon which deoends tho perpe?
tuity of tho Union, tho maintenance
of tho Constitution, and tho liberties
of tho people, and iu this wo render
him a loyal and entirely uuseliish
support. I say here, to-night, that T
sign no recommendation for any civil
position to tho President of tho
United States. 1 say, I trust, with?
out being accused of arrogance or as?
sumption, that the name of tho gen?
tleman who presided at this Conven?
tion, tho gentleman who addressed
you at this afternoon's session, and
that other, whose name is so odious
to Republicans, :>? 'he undersigned
hoars, would probity go as far at
tho "White House as that of Thaddeus
Stevens or diaries Summer. [Loud
laughter and applause. |
Then, I say, let our President de?
pend lipon his friends, who eau com?
mand 18,000,000 honest and inde?
pendent volunteers, for ho may, and
ho cannot, I am sorry to say, upon
the band of 500,000 mercenaries,
whose patriotism is measured by th?
size and conlinuanc?? of their salaries.
Wo pr?>pose no fusi?n, either with
tho President or with any party oi
his which may be organized. In :
restored Union, we mean t?> light mr
the battle upon the line of Demo
cracy, and with the zeal of earnest
men, and with God's help, wo shal
bo successful. 1 know we nr.- in th?
midst of critical times.
1 do not. undertake to say we shal
not have more civil war in America
The clouds are surcharged with lighl
ning. The recklessness <d* t lie ma
jority in Congress is ominous; but i
they imagiue that (lu- P?unoerat
moan to commence a revolution, ?">
that the President means to strike th
first blow, they are mistaken. Bn
you have only to look at the work c
tlie so-called legislature, and uotic
the bills which it has enacted, one c
which has been passed over the hea
of the President; mensures, who*
aim is first the perpetuation of th
power of that party; and secondly
the consolidation of the (lovernmenl
and 1 lie dost ruction ?d' that Coustitr
tion which our fathers established, t
be satisfied that tln\ intend a revoh
tion. peaceably if they can bring
about, forcibly if they must.
But if that is their purpose, lb?
will ho met by ui?u as determined ;
they ar?', to stand in the breach an
resist, if needs be, to tho death, t
maintain tho constitutional libert?
of tin' people. [Loud cheers.j
few weeks ago, the.dominant party i
Congress succeeded, by two-thirds, .
that boily a thing not contemplate
in the Constitution -in passing tl
. .ivil rights bill over the President
veto. Tiley doubtless would ha'
attempted to impeach him not
th?! constitutional sense ?d' that wor
for tho House <>f Representatives ai
Senate, as now constituted, has i
power of impeachment, and tw
thirds of the whole S-.mnt?> must, uni
to remove the President.
The Constitution proclaims that t!
Senate shall consist of tw.i Senat?
from each State, but eleven Southe
Stab s are unrepresented. They h
tho power, a little while ag?.>, b
failed to exercise it. They may aga
get tho power, and they are strngglii
for it. We ate li ist, to have an a
peal to the people of tho L' nit
States, and every means Ls being us
in Washington and elsewhere to si
coed in the next Congressional el?
tion. lu thc meantime, tho Sen;
is not to adjourn, and win n, in I
comber next, if this pat ty succeed
carrying the Congressional electh
I proclaim that it is th?- purpose
this so-called Congress t<> depose I
President and place tho Chief .Just
of tho United Stab's in his place.
Already a bill is pending in t
House, to be brought forward at
proper time, lo make tho Chief ,)
tice President, in eas?! of thedisabil
of the ['resident, who was origins
elected Vice-President. The apr
is first to be made to tho public at
election, and then will follow the r
of the programme to impeach,
constitutionally; in other words,
drive Andrew Johnson from his ofl
This is tho scheme ?d' the intel
things in thc so-called Congress,
tho Democratic party and those >
support the President shall succeoi
carrying the Congressional clocth
the country is safe; otherwise, i
Chase w ill become President Ivy
tion of Congress, will he eloctei
1867, and re-elected in l?tis, ami
succeeded by legitimate inalodesc*
ants, as he is to b?^ Imperial Repu
?d' America. But Johnson is no
be driven out as long as he jem
President ;|ho \\ ill refer all the Act
t ho so-called ( aingress to the Supr
Court of tin' United States, and,
less somebody puts some of its m
hers out of the way, those Acts
bo pronounced unconstitutional,
tim?? will be gained for a further
peal to tho people. 1 believe
President will ind. attempt any
lent measure to drive those men f
the Capitol, though 1 think he wi
justified Ul doini; so, for they are
a constitutional Congress; they
Our remedy, however, is a p<
ful one. Wo accept the appeal tc
people; but, if boforu th? rosu
know n, or alter that time, they she
mulei* the form of impeachment,
attempt lo depose the President, I
say lio would be justifiable in bring
in"; the whola power of the anny and
navy of the United States to prevent
it. [Great cheers.~\ ll?: has no right
to inaugurate revolution ; but he has
tho right, and I believe he will exor?
cist' it, lo defend himself in the occu?
pancy '?r his office.
II?) ha?! received a constitutional
majority, was lawfully elected, and
lias a legitimate ri^lit to bo President
until th?! 4th of Marr!., 18150. !
would say to the President, let them
go on, ami let us make our appeal bj
the people, ami in the contingency ol
their attempting lo depone you from
thc high office which yon represent
thirty-one States an?l the forty-eight
Counties designated as West Vir?
ginia- while they representonly two
thirds of Hi? people, won hi advise
resistance, veto their measures, ??xor
eise thc legitimate functions ?d' youi
office, accept the .support of J,II(M>,(HM
of honest (.inion nun, and main tail:
tho Constitu? ion.
I ?lo not think there is any Demo
? rat here who weald hesitate lo slam
by him, if the attempt should 1?
mad?: to drive the Presideut front hi:
high office. Do you want revolution'
I Know that th?? human nature it
your bosoms calls more or l?>:;s |<>udh
for what is styled revenge.
I ?lo not deny il in mys,-if. and
think you will agree that 1 havo ha?
some Cause for it; but, ai the sa in <
time, I say. as one who loves th?
Constitution ami liberty us one win
would seek peuce nt all timos that
would avoid revolution.
We have six months in which b
avert this terrible calamity. \\'itl
their defeats thc relative positions u
the Democratic and Republican pal
ties would be reversed. If thor
should bo any arbitran- arrests, w
would make them; if there should I.
martial law, we would proclaim it; :
any military coirunisaioiis wore to b
organize?!, we would organize then
ii" Camp Chase were to !??. re-opeue<
lb-publicans, and not Democrat
would pass through ils portals,
anybody were tobe tried by militar
com mission, and sentence?! to Poi
Warreu, ?> seul ?naos* the lines au
int?i foreign land.-:, it would iud Li
the gentleman who addresses you.
desire peue? in this laud as the hiv
wish ol' ni\ heart, uni! it is our dut
to put torth the most slivmiot
efforts to secure a uiujority in tl
lions?! ?d' Representatives, ami,
pos.-il.le, in tho Senat?! of the ne;
( ?tiu gross.
I hav?i said what we can <l?i in Ohi<
audit oller States will do as wei
we w ill prevent the catastrophe. I ?i
ever tuen como together tn sue
u ii in be rs, and acl with such hurnioii
as luis this t'OJiveiilion t??-?luy? N"?
in ten years have I i.n written upo
every cheek, sparkling in ever\ ey
ami lieaminp. on every ?'onntenuno
the omen of npproa?diing victory .
plainly iudicatcd. If we are heatei
it w ill be our i >\\ n fault.
Having accepteil and borne tho i
sues of tho pant four years, we hr
become a Macedonian phalanx, l?
ing tho whole Union Hag in ot
hands, mid proclaiming l?\ thal sij,
\v<! will coiupier. When vo- sn:
have uttaiued polit ?cal p?>wer in ' >hi
the youngest in this louise will n
see the ?lay when that power will ?1
part from us. ft is not for the spo
of office, but for th?-sak?! of principl
that wo maintain tho Dem??eralic ?
Ibid we bee? seeking thc lorim
the history oft hepast live vents wou
bo very different from what it is. ?
we would all have gone over and I
?.orne recipiente* of | uiblic pat mn at
Why, you. Mr. LTesiil?-ul, might ha
been a major-general. Aye, wi
your earnest ness and vigor, you mi-j
have oven become a lieutenant gen
ral, and if you had secured favor
Washington, yon might have been
Butler, and stcden a million, but
wrong you, for ii' you had been t
solo occupant i the Treasury I
partaient, tli- publie funds \v?n
have been safe. Wo might lt:
owned all tln> banks and handled
the greenbacks, but us we ?li?l not
i loes not become onr enemies to chat
us with impuro motives.
! have now* brielly, and witto
premeditation, spoken on some of I
subjects to which your attention m
bo directed. My desire is to rei
the heads and heart.-; of the peoj
ami 1 propose bi continue on I
stump till victory perches upon c
banners. |t ?hecrs. |
A London eom-spoiidciil
Messrs Pete & Bolls havo rec?d'
extraordinary oilers of assista
from all their friends, but un
I existing circumstances tiny li
resolve? I not to resuum. Mean wi
I they ar?! making over} effort for
protection ??f their creditors and
i due fulfillment of the various hi
works on whi?h the ul ti mal o val in
their assets will depend.
On Saturday last '225 car loads
cattle and hogs passed through Cl?
html, Ohio, for tho Eastern marl
A call foT a Johnson meeting
Rochester, New York, is publish
signed by several Republicans.
A new paper, entitled the "lin
the Universe,'" is to be issued at
. Hub,"' about the istb of .lune.
lt is proposed to hold a gi
Southern Educational Convent
?luring the coming slimmer.
A negro Lassoed the Baltimore
Ohio Railroad Company for refit!
to sell him a first-class ticket.
There were 392deaths in New V
city last week
By LEVIN & PED? OTTO.
THIS MORNING, at ?.ur Store,*" a? 10
o'clock, wc will gell, if lair weather.
A variety of Household Furniture.
Barrel? family Sugar, Flour, Bacon,
Hams, Soaps, champagne Mud Madeira
Wines, Molasses, Biscuits, Cigars, Ac.
Twenty-live pairs Colored Blanket,.,
reams large Wrapping Paner, Com Bags,
sniiill supei ?or Tent Cloths, Shovel?,
The above ?viii be positively sold without
i ? .serve. .lune 7 1
SCOTT & MCMASTER
AUK now prepared to issue bl FE, FIRE,
MARINE and ACCIDENTAL POLI
CIKS. ?a. Oflice No. 5 baw Range, Co
hunbia, s. c.
HENRY E. SCOTT. F. W. McMASTER.
.lune 7 _ Imo*
THE "JOIIYXV REB."M?XSTRELS
T?7ILL give t heir 'J'HI HI) ENTERTAIN
\\ MENT, THIS EVENING, 7th inst.,
at the above Hall, wilban entire change of
Bri Admittance 50 cents. Tickets to bu
hod at p. p.. Glass' bookstore and at the
door. June 7
O TIERCES DIAMOND HAMS-a fresh
<. 9 invoice received to-day, and ottered at
thc SHIM.- price that common brands are
s tu ree,, pure LEAF LARD, received and
offered at a low price.
Choice GOSHEN RUTTER. For sale bv
Inn. 7 2 C. H. BALDWIN. '
SOM) lill Nd NEW and FINE, at
.In.ie 7 ?n' E. POLLA UP'S.
ICST received, another largo and com
i.l.-te assortment of those nue KNIYI'H
made by Joseph Rodgers .V Sons, George
VYosieiibolin, Needham A brothers and
Crooks. Pocket and Pen Knives, all of tho
very best, and at the OLD PRICES, to be
found at E. POLLARD'S.
June 7 IC
IF von want tin beat, call and buv one ot
those made by John Norville & Sons,
Joseph Rodgers ,V Solis or Geo. W?sten -
holm. Either of Ihc above make are tine,
andean be bought at verv moderate prices
at ?. POLLARD'S.
June 7 ?ti*
A Ll Ml l ld > amount of GOLD and SIL
J\_ VER. FISH Kl: .V LOWRANCE.
lill MUDS I LIO
AT COST !
HAMS and LARD.
Itt Sion* .-uni for Sal* LOW by
FMER & LOWRANCE.
June 7 _
SKLUNG OFF !
I oi I Ki: M*i ENTIRE STOCK td
1) If V <? <> <> 1> H
I ?'ANOY ARTICLES
I At Greatly Reduced Prices !
I FOR THE NEXT TWENTY DAYS!
MAN i ARTICLES WILL BE SOLD
AT ACTUAL MW VllltK t!0ST !
C. P. JACKSON.
Jun.' 7 3
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
! Proclamation bi/hi* Excellency JAMES L
O U P, (foveniorand Commander-in-Chief
j in and ore,- ?aid State.
"1XTHEREAS information has been re
V\ ceived at this Department that a
! wilful murder was perpetrated, on tho
' ni 'ht of the -7th ultimo, in the city of
Charleston, bv HUOH CALLAN on the
. bt>dy of EDWARD MILLICAN, ami that
; sait! Callan has fled from justice:
! Now, know ye, that to Hie end that sahl
' ('allan ma) be brought to trial and condign
' punishment, I do hereby offer a reward of
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS
for the. arrest and salo lodgment of thc
?saul Callan ni an\ jail in this State, or
; TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS for his arrest
; and lodgment in any jail without the limits
i of this State and within the United Stales.
: Callan is about eighteen years of agc,
five feet two inches high, stout built.no
! beard, brown hair, closely cut.
1 Coen under my hand and the seal of state,
at Columbia', this tue 4th day of June,
lst?O, and io the ninetieth year .if the in?
dependence of tho United States of Ame?
rica. JAMES L. ORR,
Governor of South Carolina.
WILLIAM It HCNTT, Sec'y of Stat?, 8. C
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