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, . . The Etatt Election!,
, ' , W advertise the people a Worth Carolina
again, and we with them tt atfck pi there,
t' that the bt Convention, for It I now a deed
' . a juHu Car, determined to change the
time of tip annual election for Governor tad
member ef the Legislature from the first Tliur.
My in August to tbe third Tbuiwday ie Ocio-
1 ber, and '"d lhe time for the ratification by
- the people of Constitution re-written entire,
. with etcral important amendments, on (be In4
,.' Thursday io August next, giving tbe people
y aSiont thirty or firt day to tswiKider wheth
er or sot tliey will accept tbe. emended Consti
', ttutUta. .
"- Tn consequence of tbe went of mail taciliti,
portion of the people f tbe State can. Mwrcely
. have tt day for Itrconsideratlon. A portion
of tbe delegates, wbo voted for thi measure, by
. which t'i new Constitution will certainly, run
' the hazard of deiest, were aot inSucnced bf
mere pertisan consideration!. - Tbe frleeda of
tb new baaia. of repratentatioa were anxioui to
, aofurp, In the nr election, tbe benefit! of the
chango effected in tbe eew Conatitatioa, Tbe
doraUe of opoiUa to Got. Worth look
adrautage of thia desire, on the pelt of the
" Woatcra meiuben, end effected change ia the
time of election, for the, purpose of arranging
. nud perfecting that opposition, thee euhjectins
,'0id feTuteortlie 6tttte tothealWroatlTeof ac
ffpling lbs r ha7igca-efocted tiTlhe orginfe IiiT
of the State at aliprt notice, or rejecting It
tirelr, and putting them, at a time when all de
' ftire qtriet and harmony, to the neceaaitj of pee
ing through perhapa a heated, end, we fear,
' antrr cnnvawi for t period of .four montha; ' .
. " It 1 uuderstood that the IloldeniUw , or, ae
our Herniate, friend, the Marquie de Fontain-
- lileaa, preferred to eti them, the mw and the
. rmmtak, .held frequent caucuoce during the eee-
ion, ia order to efft a more perfect organize
- - turn, but, from rarioui ebueea, and perhapa to
- racape the bad odor of tbe Convention, defer-
red finnl action to a later perioil. , .
. Varioua opinion eiwt a to the course of the
I opposition. Some are ef opinion that the prin.
elpal lovkra are wholly indisposed to run op
poejtion to Oor, Worth, preferring to try their
Dtrength upon the Lieut. Governor. We think
t . other wise, a f A ' .
.. I the tfirtnrlbna, entl tiun ilie trU-mls of
Gov. Wortli to more prnn.ptly ami enerctfcai-'
,-;itfi4n hwtMufi OMMty meeliiig, and in bringing
(' out, at an early day, the utrong men for the Leg
t. "'itlvture. The next Legislature ie an important
, one. It should be not only "unmistakably loy
al" but uumintukuWy eotiservative, and divided
' ia it Opposition to Radicalism of all grades
t and colore. - ' - ' .
' , U.S. Senator. ."
:- Tl Kiclimond JCjcnminert in noticing the aa
piratimm of Forney for the U. S, Senatorship, '
very truly remarks, "the breed of Senators ha
wofully di'g'noruted of late." There i bow
and then in the Senate man of real ability,
butifc i,&iixAd p with bartiexn trickery and
, fanatical idirwyncraciea, that the truly great men
have vanished from lu halts, Ileverdy Johnson
. is almost the only tT. 8. Senator now in that
ttoAy who rt'miuds one of its former dignity
end ability. ' Proper legislation end statesman
ship will hardly show their bead in that body
until such men as Grahatn, Sharkey, A. II. Ste
phens, Ferry, of 8. C, II. V. Johnson, and oth
er Southern Senators, have their places opes to
them. - . v
' ' Thb Land Ws Love. Owing to aome inadj
. vertence at the mailing office, it I only within
' the pant dny or two that we have received the
M:iy and June number of Gen. Hill's 3Taga
' line, bearing the above suggestive title. ., Ia
, point of typography, we bave rarely tern a
' ' hanJaoiuer publication. It Is almost au mmi
.i leal Blackwood, and many ot our readers are
, (loubffess fumllinr iih the nent and compact p-
ieranee of its pn - From the very cursory
t Inspection of it eotitcnts which we have been
' . able to give, we have been greatly pleased,
There is not, altogether, 10 murk of war annate
id tbe Magazine as we iiiiht dcslie, bnt the
. , contribution are of a hih order of literary nier
it, and bear directly, as a general role, upon the
interesU of "the lantl we love," our own san-
ny .South, It is now, perhaps, ratber too late
, , to aotine seeificfilly the contents of the last two
numbers, . but a siicRf-vtWe issues appear, we
shall take pleasure in doing so.
; We are gratified to k-aru that the; prospects
of the Magazine are' fully equal to Gen. Hill's
..- expectations. , We predict fur It a larger circo
. latioa than any niiniiar' jjerioJiful . has ever ob-
taiaed at the South.
f CdHlvtltU I hki.il. K COIJ-l-.i;. -li.a ex,u,.,,il
. tion at thia institution cume olf last wu k. The i
rertiea, (ays the FtatCHille Amrru .m, fihilj.
Jted "the efflcirui'y and ability ot theFrofea
"nronej of th !n-t 1ft the nation. Ex Gov.
Vaane k'iiveii a Bn"t al:t!rable av hires to
f the young ladii v t . j,
TTj;e Tlioin ii, of tia'
of Virginia, w.ia indii I 1
' Grand Jury at the '- t t
xWitd's t unit ut 1,'. ! .
tu't the Wllliouy i f
ertiililtl that he nui-l i.-.i
t i? State ot Vi- in u 1
t'.iC !.ts of the Vmted V'
,! uit Court
i t' e
rut -ir ;T
' Pewecution of Union Ken.
We published, afewiaaoea back, "an article'
from the Aahville Kerni "puttiug the shoe upon
the right foot'' in the matter of the alleged
persecution of Union men ia the West, so pit-
eously harped upoa by Mr. Caldwetl, of Burke,
la tbe ConTentioti, and echoed in other ouar-
ten. The following from thehtst Winston Sen
tinel ia to the point ; L ' - ' ''
' " "In the county of Forsythe, and we blush to
awyit, and woulil fun nope that the ileclaratioa
wae false, many of the best Jnen of the country
bare eomitlaint-d, from time to time, since the
nmsUb.u.U';?! n', tmliti iij, tlmt lUd Jury
vox bus been overliaulcd, end thitt erenr nian.
who was known to have crone into the war wil
lingly, hae. been cast overboard a unworthy of
conuUunce. V e trust t hut ui ia tnorimty uaa not
neon prscticel, hut the tact that every Jury,
since the surrender, hat been composed of one
and the same cluss of politician, is a striklnsr
corroboratiiisr ciroitmstance that even the blind
Could not fml to discover, ' hi the trial of caus
es, inthe examination of wilnenM-s, and in ar
gument before jurors, men' politics hkvt beeruj
fcHudeu to. It Is bow currently spoken of
throughout the county, that at the last term of
the Court here, jurymen, impnnnellcd aad sworn
to try according to law and evidence, were
heard to declare that no matter what the evi
dence mlirht be. verdict should not be given
against a t'nlon man for damntd secessionist."
The character and reputation of the connty, if
Indeed demoralization ia not to be the ordur of
the -day , donemde'-that-'tWrTamnr'be' iilcficcil, '
and the broad charge that none bnt a certain
erase of-poHttrlwirett hrttic J o ry "boir 1tr FoT-T
eythe county smmia lie refutert."
""Tbe Editor of the New Tork Meinitnt
who Ur fa the councils of the Kadical, write as
follow from' Washington respecting their da
sign in future ; , , c
- "The (iipplementul Up Jatinn which is to fol
low this amendment ha pot been fully deter
mined. ' A chance yrt remain thut it may hinge
on equal suffrsfre. For instance, suppose a bill
should pass declaring that, none of the Southern
constitution shall he held h gnl until rat ifiat
tion by tht people, vithaut J ' inct ion of trior;
and declaring, alio, lhit until I'letc State thaU
preterit to CaPgrot ttteh tonttitutiunt no ratified
no admittum thull I granlitl. Without some
such precautionary measure, the new constitu
tional amendment will prove useful for the ne
gro' civil rights, hut un les fur his politictil.
Other Congressmen hold tlmt the terms ot ad
mison should he declared by a concurrent
resolution, imttt'ud of' a law. Others, still,
bold that the pr"nt amendment s'liould not
b.,fii''oi J In li 'M-l:!!!,,!! nlnttever tlu
flllbr. Iu iitcul ft.v,i(ii 4ir.n$ fi ij tiyrwvtirt
lent tvligrea to mart ut more nvtieul pi. The.
dcbittooe busily on, ami perhaps in the mul
titude of cnunnlhirs there will be wisdom,"
Is it not clear from this that thee ' people do
not Want reconstruction at all! The amend
ment! are delusion and a snare, ' If accepted
by the Southern State they will lie no Bears
admission than before. Why are not the Rad
leal honest and willing to confer that their ul
timate design is to vitally change our form of
government f A republic which permanently
disfranchises one-third of its inhabitants ia a
mockery, and cannot lust. -
Tiiitv are to nave called wahioiis of Northern
Legislature to ratify the constitutional amend
ment proposed by Congreiu. This grave art
i to be done precipitately, and without consul
tation with the people.' The Legislature of the
Korth, arnow composed, ate" Radical, Tley
were elected without any reference to these pro
posed amendments. , Tbey are to pass upon a
tubject in regard to which they have no com
mission from the people, and have no knowl
edge ot the popular wrshe; Indeed, this precipe
it ate action ia taken in order to eacupe a popu
lar judgment It is taken in. the apprehension
that tbe people are opposed t o these measnres ;
and for the purpose of preventing their defeat
if ubmUtcd to the popular judgment.
The President' late Itesiage, "
A special tctogmra from Wanhington states
that the lnte m'J;;e from the President to Con
gress fell like a thunder bolt oa that body. It
is regarded a the boldest step yet taken by
President Johnson, and as precluding the pos
sibility oi a reconciliation between him and the
Radicals. ' ,
Wiirn Ihe war terminated the South numur-
imiriiigiy submitted to every demand imposed
upon her.' All the State Legislatures unhesita
tingly responded to every exaction that had
been made upon them. The apirit 'f "nibniia
ion, snd almott or servility, which our people
exhibited, instead of in-tpiriiy the Radicals with
magnanimity, tnale V.h w more cruel and vin
dictive. Grioit the d grading concession
whitli the Radical- n.'iv u mand, and they will
toon invent hew cvjH iii-iits for insult and hu
niiUution. . , . '
An tils-' 'in-d haudii'l b.it l -r! liunl.dcd at
Norfolk, ir ;inia, by tlie r.idicsil-, callingallthe
citizens of tliat plm'e thut sie in favor of the
Constitutional amemlment hitelv paavd by Con
gress), to me t in convention an-1 iimisuta ean.
(tidateaforinui.il j d oi'iei-1 i:t Noiiiiit.
Mr. A. J. 1'ivi-t C
tl,.a "the si.iti;u:ii w
viler t)'i .pintualiui, nvs
i.d -ia.iuii!e Sunn bie-
p)int, sent out from the el
d roatiima f
v. e '
i the ipn'-uon is s- t-
The St.Vo-j-g ,v
- ll.'O. 1 .J'l.'i.l t:
ee II ti- I c-tndid ,
it C e,r;es..'
e I r re:
H-n to tbe
i. si m-
l Hiicti) funis na niritr
KALEIGUJPUUID.VY, J0NE 2S, 180(5.
Jleport of the Minority of the Seetuutrcc-
tioa Commute. . - ;
The (ullottiiiir la an ftlmtrncf of the report of
the minority of the Recount ruction CVnmiiltce,
iihniitted to the House of Uepresentittive oa
Tuesday and ordered to be printed. It ie sign
ed by Senator Keverdy Jobnaon and Reprewru
tires GridiT, of Kentucky, and Bogira, of New
Jersey i ..,'.,
- The minority proceed first to consider what
waa the effect of the late insurrection upon the
relation of the State where it prevailed to the4
gener.d goTCrnment, and of tile lieople collec- f
tivelmil imlividnatly of auch. Stale. They f
Cflntnid fiat hi.'BsurrePtin never Icallv ll
a.t....! ft'M.-... . ........ .... .. f
the government. In its nature the guirrmiw 'i
ia formed of State poMu-t-aing cjuid right, juul
itrivilegessnil power. Hiatcaunetpiai are not
known to tlm constitution, in its oriirinal for
mation perfei'tetiUitlitrwasnwCuii'd. 'Jlieeouuli-
ty of rights was the condition of the origii&t
tlitrt.ten htates before the government Was form
ed. In every t-tato admiitcd since the eotiHila-
tion was a'lontcd oach State la declared "to l.o
one of the Uuitol States, on au ennui footing of
all the original State In all repecta ahutever.'
I lie minority argued at Uingtli the ta4nf
State and niuintained that when State i once
in the Union she must abide bv it forever.- Hue
can never withdraw or be expelled from it. The
majority concede till by submitting constitu
tional amendment to these Southern State, the
same as to other Strte. A cHilVrtnt doctrine
would k'd U aVtissoltilion of the I'nion. . The
nate tb State, but to auimrea the insurrection
'i'hin.thetafjvand thereby preserve Jtheiitate,
l tie power i conservative, Jt is to protect tlu
State aad not to destroy it, , In referring to the
local uovernment of the South and the charire
that the President illegally, created them, the
minority say that,; conceding for the argument'
sake that this was so, Uott it But follow that
Congresi equally unauthoriad to interfere I
Cont'ieas may admit new States, hut a - Mate
once admitted cease to be in iU' control and
can -never in be bronglit within it. Whatev
er changes her people niay make in their consti
tution, Congreas has nothing to do with it. ' -In
alluding to reprcacntaiion, the minority
any that the representative of the States not in
insurrection, if the other, were represented,
wouiti exceed lu the House (under tbe present
apixiintiuent) by a majority of seventy-two
votes and have decided preHdcrance in tbe
Senate. What danger to the Government, then,
can ponciiily aritw lrom Southern represenUtloiJ
Are the pr. wnt Senator . and Iieprestntative
feitrtul of themselves f Are they apprchrni-lve
that thy might Ijc loat to distinction 1 The
idea that the country i to be kept In tumiod,
ftittratohe wdiH-wf-tn iiundugi, and iUr
riulite imiler the Constitution denied nod t'.i-i
H-'litvnt'thrirritirenavdiareerarrlnl with a v:.,v
to lite coniicmanorlar-pwwia ot mri u,,);, 1 .
pany, con not for a moment be entHiiiI , rth.
out imputing gross rlislioncsty of purpose and
gross dereliction of duty to those who entertain
it, , The minority claim that there is nothing in
the evidence tak'ja to show thut this deuial of
repreientntion should be made. They have
complied with every requirement of the Presi
dent, and repudiated tbe rebel debt. The pro xia
ed constitutional amendment is looked upon by
the minority as impolitic. , ,
The amendments suggested bave no connec
tion with each other, and each ought to have
been submitted as a separate article. In. di
f tusmiiir the legal statu of the Rebel State Gov
ernments of the South, the minoritv add. in
LaMtiMMBY tfcaMhe-rtttrjwtry report slates that,
-tney oo not tor a moment Impute to President
Johnioo any design to extend executive power,
but cheerfully concede to him the most patriotic
motive." And we cannot forbear to say, in con
cluding, oa that point, that he sin;iinnt liiht
and closes his eyes to the cour of the- Prest
Muni during Vie rvhcllmn, who venture to
Impeach Jus jpatiK'tiiu.. Ilia life was constant
ly in peril, ami he dung to the Union and dis
charged alt the obligations it impoed ujion
him even the clover because of the peril. And
now that he has escaped unharmed, ami by the
confidence of the people lias had devolved upon
him the executive lnnoiions of the government,,
to charge him w ilh disloyalty ia cither a folly
or a kiander, "folly m the fool who believe' it,
slander in the man of sen-.e. If any ' sWT there
lie, who titters it." ' ' -
A dv ii s to TMK South. The Memphis Ar.
hmeit is of the opinion that the report of the
cconi Miction vonimiEiee aiul Uieir uual action
may in. i 1 e without bcnrlciut influence upon
the ; t tue Bouih. ItadtiM-s the South
ern j hi accept with r" 'i)(jB sn,J j.
nity the po-iition of exrln-; i from an equal
Imie iu the Government tu v hi-h thpy are con
signed ; to pay their taxe and fulJil faithfully
all their obligations to the Gorcrnniekt, ' and
hence forth to tron' ' themselves no farther
about politics, but dewrte, themr Ives (xclinive
jy to imlintrial purniiits. In lurilienim-e of this
it c:iriii:, !y recoi.iuu n 1 the fcoutli lu fiia im
own eo u, wheat and other provisions; to m-in-nfiu-tnre,
by the aid of artixun emim-mls frnm
the Nonh. tor it:!'; to be a at if supportinif
jwiple in i,!t rc)ecta, and to raioe no mors ctit
ton than is neces-ary to supply itsown wants.
The Afl'ii,r'u appeds with f-reid earnestness to
the Siuthcrn jnople in support of each of these
recoiniueudi.tiiiin, and its t',ew are likelv toat-
tr-n-t it H'N.cl dc-il ot nttt nti..u. 'I he rapacity uf.
r, .x'uitirni uwim piouucoig an me Cf-re
1i is unbounded. "TI.H is a kind of reeonstruc
teui viii. h im one can present : and, now that
the puipo-e of Congn'w, a man,;', -t to exclnde
that section front. vcpeeaeni-nti vn u will be more.
tiuiulj and ii i t, , ie t.xir aMen
tiontopiii.il,,, , v l.o to C'lruimiM
vainly knarVi i.' t.r n l-i. - n nt t'ie d.airs (,(
the Mutioiui! 'a'uie.
llie. finest re-id' no in (lie Sui
V. It. J..!itH..i, of J-.n ,.o. (. .,
t!ie f- o.fl of I.tiiMpt'Mii pi,; ,(
kllon' how mill b It Co-t, he d '"
ui f;it us they wi re j
i i is that of
' ' led., after
111 i r tlT not to
oved the hi!s
'I Le f K !'! e I
i'y oi i.i J i '
e ettion has ti ,
erter, OltUiS ftl
ted of the o '
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I d ,
r ',t to r. .
. i i-r lies !
nee, : A aim;
ia, ly mi
it no Jud e
vote ol a
f intly rciidi rul iu Ul.io.
tii.ii he ini:sii)E!ir...Hnr cur.
J ; " The HTcmphu Fraud.
' ' VVAHiaTos. Jane M.
The record of the investigation of the ease
of Geo. A. CarletoB, Special Agent and acting
'"j"' f nwnmsii meiupuia, wno,is is al
leged, lost more than half a million of dollar
lor tue Uovemmeiit, Is now before the Hank
the whole subject and reixrt at anv time
omiuiuee, wnn uirecUon to examine into
.. - ' mexicaa Amur t
,. ' WjtamsoTon. June f)4.
A letter ft om a di4Inguidid source in Pari
cmnmnntcate the subioined to the afeklcan
Legation : The steamer w hich i aliout to leave
rt. -Miuirc lor Mexico will carrv, I am assured,
an autograph from Napoleon 'to Maximilian,
which demands that the Mexican Custom
lioiiws shall be placl under French administra
tion as a ciuraiitee for the Mexican loan. eon.
vtau-d intothrce jier cent, and Ui default of
we acceptance ol this proposition by the Mexl
Can. Government, our troop will be immediately
re-called, tin the contrary, if the arrangement
UeHtcted, the term announced for the depar
ture of the French tnxipswill be maintained.
u i , ' ii, late Front Europe.- i '
i NtsrYoac, JuneW
i.TJl(8Um.dilp..f3rm4i . harxiTd..with
CMiumampion Gates to the 18th.
hah' of Cotton on the Monday before aling
tO.eoO-Tiatesr 3Iai Set " fitm aiidt fricea na
chaigeL Breadstuff's firm. s . .'
, -Consols Sttyjaef. Five-twentieii3, ,
. i ne ja rranoe oeneve tne rumor oi an
pectcu imperial message for the issue of t new
loan is unfounded, and should at. Rouher be
questioned on the policy of the government, ha
' will only repeat his 3rd. of May declaration. .
., Marshal! O'Donnell bit expressed the appre
hension that 1800 will not pas without Spain
having to defend her territory. 1
The p&nport system ia Austria ha been In
troduced. The mperor ha started for tbe
Headquarter of the army of the North. ,
, The Austrian ambassador ha not left Berlin.
The popular indignation in Bavaria against
Pruasia, continue. , " , '
KiforUare being made to induce the King to
change the minister who maintain tht policy
of declaring against the power that shall com
mence war. t .
Austria protested against" the entry of the
Prussian into lioUtein declaring uuh to be ia
violation of the Caster Convention,
i ,Tho Prussian hsv occupied three important
point and will occupy other at once. . '
llsiw Ywrii Kairket, w '
; - . .t ,ftw yonn,uii"afj;
Cotton trull at 8739. . Gold IKK' - 1 " '
"-r - -- -;" ' JSarkiU""- 1
'7 S:w York, June 23-1 1. M,
Cotton dull. Flour dull. Wheat ha a de
clining tendency, Cora ha declined 1 .cent
sale of 28,000 budiels at 84 9, .cent. - Fork
dull.salea at t-U 37 (fr t Ji 2V liorf steady! Lard
dull. Flour closed buoyant, ., Gold 151 1.
. New Orleak, June 23,
Cotton is extremely dull sale of 8,000 bale
Low Middling at 8 ?4 80 cent. Gold, B4,
-Ilwiirh 'irtcrlinci'tliuHgS 63."" Axebange on ls'ew
York i per cent, discount.
, . , , Conffren,
' WHisoTtnl. C, June 23. ,
. Sksatk.A Joint resolution was passed 'pro-,
viding for an oftkial history of the taterebeUioa
and authorizing the Secretary of War to appoint
eome competent person to write it, at salary
not exceeding f 2, COO per year. .
The tax bill waa considered, and Various
amendments offered and adopted. 1
Senator Morgan delivered an eulogy on Mr
llrnnphrica, deceased member of Congres, after
which the S;nale adjourned. . ,
- lo the House Mr; Washburne pi wented a let
ter from the Secretary of the Treasnry on the
subject of the apprehended introduction of
Um.terjieiit by mean of imported bone,, Ii
i'erred to the Committee on Commerce.
Mr, DarlinT. of New York, and others, ad
drevS,i the House in epeeehe of condolence
on the death of Hon. Ja Humphries, of Iicw
York. The customry resolution of respect
were adopted, and the Rouse then adjourned.
' -Th Eetent Fenian Tronllei inCinad.
' .' Otawa, C. June 83.
- In the Canadian Parliament Mr. Gait moved
fur the Inderomtleatioa to the government, for
a-penae inpurred- during . the recent Fenian
trouble. Several member of the govern pieat
party advocated the move, when Mr. Chambers,
of iiroakvilltf, obtained the floor, and ipoke
aumot it. lie said that Canada could not srip-,
port troops enoiifth to resist the United State.
A thousand Fenian were a verjf different mat
ter irnm thirty-six million of American. He
alo culled for an inveatirntloa of the conduct
of some of the commander of the Provincial;
troop during the trouble, and denounced the
MiHnii 'mimt of the volunteer a a blunder.
.Mr, t naiiibers was continually interrupted ami
hi -sed, the t'proar b'- omip so great at t m a
as t.i ili.iwu l,u Hinuika. lie was rej :,, d to
bv Mr. i. Arcy Ib-yce, and the motion of l.r.
t , i mil p'd.-
C.i'1 fr a ITational Uc!sa d-ive-.'.a,
W"uiN9ros, J.ir.e 23.
A. W. Tim.'.;.'.!, 1st. A-i-tant IV-' nar
-iieml, S n, .:! lool.t!!e. Cowan, aini oiuorn,
fortidi the 1 ni' e Com
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tioiud Union t.lubot t!,i
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t,so ' - '.'j 1. im r h t -of
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b, IJ at i hi'.adi l( i..a on V t
Aio'iwt next fitt h di ! 4'
tf.e tin-tor of the ev"""( - , "
tl.c A l,niu'-,r,i'. m , j
the l iiion of the t rt.et
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whH'b our father established, and who agree
iu cerium projKwitions, including uie mainUtn
ance'inviolate ot tbe right of the StaUs, and
nspeclnlly of the right of each State to order aad
control it own domestic concern, according to
its pwB ' judgment exclusively,-- essential to
tue oaiauce ot power on w hich tue perfection
aad endurance of our political fabric depend;
and tire overthrow of that system by the Usur
pation and centralization ot "power in Congress
would lie a revolution dangerous to Republican
government and destructive of liberty.
The holding of the Convention ia endorsed
by Senator Dixon, Hendricks. Norton and Nea-
Intemtinf European Keim .
"' " " K York, June ta.
Additional foreium new breeent nointa af
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luitronaucB. ; , . '',.
The London Time. a the 18th- savs that
the diplomaiio rupture with Prussia u now
complete. The Austrian Minister demanded
hi passport and waa to have left that day,-.
Such a consummation was to be expected, after
tbe correspondence which naased between the
two governments during the last few day,
The dispatch of Count Bismarck went bevond
every tuck document in discourtesy, being of
"ii wui Ti:uiciive ana provoKing nature out
it baa been replied to by Count nlenadorff ia
mora guarded ttvK , but in language which
show offended pride and unconquerable reaola
tioa. , ;
The Aaerriaa- Miniver -fttr Foreitrn-Affaira
make a olumn protest against th proceeding
ssowewr jeettncealt reeponstbinty ft
consequencennd declare that for months
Pruassia has taken a position which endanger
the former ett lenient la conclusion, Count
Mensdorff reserve to tb Imperial Government
tht right to take uch tep a may be found
necetaary, ince not bint remain tor Austri but
to defend her honor and guard her right from
contempt. ' -f
The portenton intelligence that' Garibaldi
baa reached Conea 1 nnounced. Hen was the
arewe of his former brilliant exploits.
The letter ot Napoleon to his Foreign Minis
ter wu read on tbe 12th. He say that bad the
Conference met, France would have repudiated
all idea of territorial aggrandizement, so long a
the European equilibrium remained undisturb
ed, much preferring a good understanding
with faer neighbor to any territorial acquisition.
France would have desired for the Germanic,
Confederation a more worthv nosilmn fnrPrua-
ia a better geographical boundary j and for
Austria the maintenance of her great position
in curopc, niter tue cessauon oi v eneua to ita
lv fti exchange for territorial compeneation,
Though the Conference ha failed, the Emperor
think that France will not nave to draw the
word, but will continue to observe an attentive
nmitrality. The lettw was Mecivfed wi'h luid
ekiH-rs tr Utc iiumlierg, and, on tiie su mention
of I. Rouher, the Chamber, by riarga suajon
ity, decidetl against cuieriner on the debate upon
the cllairs of Germany and Italy,
Consjrei,Tha New TariH.
Washinotor, June 23. '
Sen ats. Mr. Poland offered a resolution in
structing the Committee on Public Building
to enquire whether a tract of land ot about
850 acres, adjoining or very near the City, can
be obtained at a reasonable- price for a public
park and a site for a Prci lential rnnn" ii-n.
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V The tax bill was then discussed and passed.
Moves. Morrill, of Vermont, from the com
mittee on Way and Moans, reported the tariff
bill, which was ordered to be printed, and made
the special order for Thursday.
A resolution was adopted iiicreasms? the sala
ries of certain classes oi employee of Uie Mousa
Tit percent. .
. I be Hoose retused to entertain) a revdution
calling on the l'retiident tor information what
itep, if any, had been taken to interpose th
SxkI olltcer of the government with Great
ritain in behalf of the Fenians lately captured
in i anaua. ....
The tanlf bill is th Ion rest ever reported,
ana it cnnsKieratioa m trie itouse is likely to
lust a whole week. L'onlderahle adduiont
have been made to th free list. Extensive
rhanr" have been made ia levying specific,
insteavioi e valorem, outiea.,- ins clsiUc
tion of iron is entirely dilferent and mnch mora
minute than inthe preWnt tariff. lutie oa
coi -e ami tea unchanged. Oa cigar f 3.G0
per It) nu 0 per cent a tnCorta. . I lit Ccal
rf laced fnim $1.25 to 30 eta. per fin. Duty on
a, 1 kindsot iron will be increased. R. R. iron,
w hich now pays 70 cents per hundred, raised to
ft. hu'-f uu !ef ot all kinds aiil be doubled.
1 he duty on nperhasnot beva, cha"ed, but
the Inteniul I.emme Tax has been taken off.
The principal ft;lit on it in the llnn will be on
the lion, r-'col, Lumbsr and Coal elun-e.. As
a general thin.;, the wool grown and manufac
turers eem to be satiated with iheir clause of
the bill. Pennsylvania petitioner are hiMy
dissatisfied, though tit duty on iron U laieiy
increased. . ,
Fenian llecling In ICew YorL
i, ' Kkw York. June TI.
The Fenian pathering at Jones' Woods, on
yesterday, Was composed of ln.li'-O j-imoih.
r''ci hens delivered an d Ircn, in w'.ieli Le
lii, ',ti the Icadcs in t'ie ana Inn ' , r f
v -r. "y, cionng ins ad e-t by sm.-r, ,i
Couiitrynen to tin ir d ;' . to t'..i ir a i I
e.iiint-y, and t'ie wo- Si hf t'..-i j., r, j itl
InjJilui to lo UnJ I y th I ' w.
UU X Humor f.oa r-re.-IiyerTJ.l
Xt.w Yohx, June ij.
T! e pienmer ? "-avian ha pawcj Farther
I -.it ni Ii ti it "it t!, I.j.li.
It w.is r i t!.t Au.tria led t'lared
w ir, 1 ft ' r do not coi,:,.ui te re-
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V I'll C t i
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In i tluU tvf-rj-t:,
-oit to the ikoi j.
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i. on.is closed t t
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tiAim or Aivcatiiui3.
Ihs elreolaUoa f CainiMi, aulfe U f
tit stoft slrM alimas f advertutag I the
Stat. , ' . ... , , , , . "
Adrertti testa M, easapyiag th tf ,t i Uu, (f
mlaUa lya r kusj, wbUk ww aaU as,, v akarga
a fcUaws fwr iamliea hj th weakly r -
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Isf tee iawtisa ... - - t se
, : Vot ea skeeia, tv - -'
s Fat six aratas, - ; pi -' -
" ft ea year, KM,
J0 W0KI . with i
Tht Ftnins FrUonert, - v
WAMtiiiaioK. June 6ft
- The President is endeavoring t ascnr thn '
releaae of all American citizens tow held a Fa
elan prisoner in Canada. It ia believed that
tbe interceasiot will meet with a favorable re-
pons from th British government-'
Tli Fropoaed Union Convention.
Waea moron, Juat ii. '
Tb Democrat la Con grew, with, perhaps,
th exeentioB of tlarri. ot Marvland. sadma v
the call for tbe Union Convention Philadtd
phia. The res tors tioa of tht Southern gtatet
mount to all other political idea. A . -
iihtxtx charity.' ! i,,
.. Nw Venn, June M.
Bishop Lynch, of Charleston, has been ore- -
sen ted with $2,000 to aait in rebuilding tht
orphan Asylum of that city, by tht Comrojttet -'
of the War Prisoners' Association, . . , . P
1 Latest Karket SeporU I ,
Ksw Tonn, Jane 1
At noon. to-dv. Cotton I firmer at 88a tfk
Wool firmer, SO 48. Gold $U51. xrhangt.
10. , s
Triton cIosed duTI-M ST 8fc r4 ' ;
Fknr declined 10(?2ftr Satar of S.000 bamrt
Bute at tS.ii a $tf.80. Southern il0.no n
$17. , , j
W beat dull and nnckaoned. with aomiuai
Corn declined lat cent. Sale of 1S0O.
t X. . giyvf A . : n.,. . ! . i"i
' .Beef etead v. Pork heart, with aalen of 7000
barrels at ffi $ '1.92,. -
Lard, hucar and Navel 6 tore dull.
Gold $1,54. . . J '
The President I aot to be even tacltlv eoat- -
mltted to lhad. Stevens' constitutional am and- -went.
He speaks, though he might have re- -
...im. ........ w, - .w .'V -J'WiB, VIMI MUU
ltr Ma 1ia aluiava Hii,a 11a lia.l A j,m,.,lw
to veto the measure, but the gravity of tb mat- .
ter waa such that a -nse ot duty impelle 1 hint
to declare in a special n'ese to Coovre that
he dd not aporoveof their action. 1 his, par- -haps,
i s e.,.ctiv -a way to deal with tilt
amendment a a veto would have been, fit '
some respect it ia fortnnniii that tht matter
w-ns n,tt tt'il-fflMf. 1 A I t .-. ; l.n Sm1iII.. V ;
Ailll WalA iv,iil,1 li a trm ttmitlv 1 1 nun
den, and all this would have caused a delav '
that could tit.-ct no good tor the South. A, it
t". b mesas will have a'l the moral effect
ti...t l:,t F... . :,!.. i
any 'ia vu i wmrl only have ftav,
ninneq a tiw ov,. , n i r i ' lirsl 1 ruigies ...
ional triurrpb, and in V,..i vie the messagt it '
better than a veto could pieW.My be. Tbe pea-
pie will n t.d V. a r.- t 'icy will Weigh lta
plainte5e!;i s and t v .,1 irivw twti thai '
no two thii is vote in Cm ea can pot atlday
Richmond L.,iminr. .....
"My dear friends," aaid returned missionary
at one of the late anniversary meeting, 'let na
void sectarian bitt ernes. Tht Inhaliitanta of ,
many year, hsv a proverb that though yon
bathe a dog' tail in oil, and bind it la splint,
yet you caunot get th crook eat of it,' - Mow, .
a man' sectarian bias ia (imply tht crook 1st .
the dog's tail, which cannot be eradicated ; and
1 hold that every one should bt allowed to wag - -hi
own peculiarity in peace -'
jiuvvvumMi nuvau , uTV ne:B ittiRirinaT- warn
A Kew Yorker, rich by inheritance, acceded
to hi wife' desire for a ooat-of-arm tt put tp
on tbe panel of their earriage; and drew a email
mound ia which wan (tack a mannn fork, with -chanticleer
nnon It rampant "Why,, what it
this t" aked hi Wife, la amazement ThU,
said the man of money, "i our family coat-of-arms.
If y crrandfather mad hie money carting
manurej tu.s mtund and fork represent hi oe-
eupatioa; th cock perched opoa upon tht fork;
represent myself, who have don nothing bnt !
Cup my wir -I and crow oa that dunirbilf. i
tinoe." Th can iag Mill baa plain panel
Kistorv Com v Onnnn. On flatnrday
last the Senate passed a joint reaoliitioa for eta
rloyinj ii" 'Vmrnetent1 perso tt writ n
htabtry of l eu: '.-.uon, aad fii'mg to the
Oerr't.try iff J.' r t e selection t th. "eoie pa
tent" persoa "' -ei , x Tbi it asoet nntaual
proceed. p;. Cf cour-e a hivlory gottew. ws U
t',U manner w"'l be n led as ea pirte mere
ly a l..i. lical l.,atory. li.tt',e souikmnstpsy
her part of the cost of it A s J Posterity wid
njt-ct it Lvhmend VtaUh.
Ma, Davis I's is Looms) Wei,i.. A gn-tb-waa
of t'i.) c.ty, who s -i t last Fri-lsy at
r'urtrw &.., - i, t ti I i -rsed WjU Mr.1
Unit ; , v ' in i v, stobliHH.',t.januin.il-lyw-
!. ' r.iav.n'f.' tds andrc!'it.oiisbavtea
r ' ia-fi -sto Lu. A ri-nt t Sf ;-rn
rnrn .ivti. l ' ei--s i-.,r t . i, p kr S 1 '
t' at l.t, -' 13 1. Uaus 'i .l l.om,y , i(Ua,
c.. !r"..e in t.e r''enf'y ffted up caa,,ta'
-. -'"'Hot '1, and that "lilt re ats'i'iu ty .
t'eii,. M y a .. i'i1"- of the restraint ap,n
t e mf' iini.is of r. l!is i havuig n very
1,. .it ..t i"-'si L' hc.h." .
' T.'"- (' 1 ' i- " IT! C'l.'JlMKM ti I'ttuo.
!'...-tMr d a -s ate to the etiect that'
l..e 1. peaoi; ? O Jeiatee-raitt to liex
i"0 ai at an n 1. 'I he Cordova colopy, found
el I 7 (.f-neral t!erV"-f piict andOovtiracarllar
ri, baa been brrieii t.p, tt honM burnt and '
crvj'SC "ip-rM 1 1 pierii .a f the Li ucral par
ty, 1 f e t i-i . ! Mt'e, a'loot oneknndred in
p...,i,( witv't n 'ytot'. citfsof,l
tin 0 jb 1 ' se ti ei,' ir-g optat
t n ' If'f i '....it I 4iiuiing ,of
t., u.i...a.,jt:l.',.vit,ittet," -. .r---il
J'rY'i'; e3 -it l n teen oSdally
It itf ir t.f the 2 euiaa prisoner aa
r r- a,. -S id Canada Wet taken, in Hit .
"U r vpoa Biltinh K.2uiert and .tbey
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