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VOL. XXXVI. WIIOLR NO. 18G2.
CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 13
SPEECH OF ANDREW JOHNSON
Or TENNESSEE, N
NEW SERIES-VOL. V.-NO. 48.
n.l nt.,i.i:,. !i .1 ll.L i ' 1 T I . . 1 1 .!..! !. Ill 1 1
17 ' 1,10 War Department or the Confeder-
L.lt! v 'S:.. i'.W1'0 olhow,,. l". lhrUBh h a:?n,0fl , ate Statin,,,,1 became acquainted with
t. ,i. rv:..i S..t. n.. 11 k-.o ... t ...1 r..,..., ,,;.. . . ol llie I'KOCKF.DIXfJS. uu iMnuirnung 01 Jomi
in iai y illll uiu ( o Mi'iiui lvi x iu 1'. uii 1 1 runu ni:.iiii. n urn v 111 1 (in m in nn . ni. wi it 1 ii.vn'nni(rii. umi u wn inn in '
tht resolution asking Jor the appointment of , Una subject, tho southern man, with his strict conformity with their respective
a commute to immyuie ine jucis auenuuij j capital invested 111 slaves and the piouuctg constitutions. "
..mm ......' A.-..-.. .., i' 1.1. :. .1.- 1 . . 1 1 rn
trim utiui.. tt-wi. 0 4 in mi uit
0 lti9 commonly known as tht "John
Instead of there being n conflict, an ir-
Toprosibl conflict, between sluve labor
m d tree labor, 1 say tho argument 14
f To I continued
JciTEKPON TUB Al'TUOK Oi' DlSfNlON.
M. F. Conway, Into member of (.'undress
of slave lubcr, is the best nnd most rvliu
bio advocate that tho fno laboring man
at the North linn. Jle is his true friend,
can be relied upon, because ho is interes
ted, leivmg every other consideration out jfroui Jvansns and un Abolitionist of tho
of,.Tle,T' ., . ... most radical stamp, is now located in
lo show lhat what I havd nirpi,l In l.n ,. . ... ..
true in theory J. also .-ii,7.l l.n u.a I ulonn,oni1' ft-i a an attorney ; am, un-; which 10 witIICM iael,iilicd.
dear and conolusive that the one mutual-1 practical onorations of thin-M. l.-t m.. ....... or (,at0 of Juno -d, writes to Hi a N. V
N benefits the other ; that slave labor id a 1 tent to the Scioto a Ublo which, 1 under-' Tr.kme, which letter closes as follows :
Pr'kl'rs, 1 70 to
Stone M. 1 SO to
Cnri'Ctiti'rs 1 25 to
latterora I 20 to
Labortrs M) to
treat help outlaid to tree labor, as well
U tree luoor 10 smve lauor. 11 uei u uotn
the northern man go, to a very great ex
tant, with his manufactured articles? Ho
gofsto the South for a maiket, or tho
(outhern morchunt goes to the North and
buys them. With what does ho buy them ?
Don he b'iy them with tho product of la
tor that is in cotsllict with Lis labor ? No.
What thcu? He buys them with tho pro
duct of cotton, of rice, of tobacco, and of
sugar. 1 that conflict? Tho fact that
he can produce thete articla with lavo
Isbor, enables him to gel the niMLs, and
(omotimes a fuperabundance of meuris,
l,y which he cau pay higher prices for ar
ticles raided iu the North.
Apin, when a man raises nvales and
Inp h the West and Southwest, and an
other man mines cotton in the South, by
Ufns of his flaves, is there, as I before
iuquitkd, ny comp etuion, any irrepressi
ble coullict betwten tLetrt ? None. It is
dai entitled, in poiut of fact, to la digni
fied with the appellation of an argument;
it is fccpl.i'it! y, the product of ingenuity,
calculated. i( not intended, to deceive
thousands of hour.t laboring minds- Sir, I
1 had been vain enough to think that I
could satisfy a northern man, ttrip him
of his pipjuilice. tuat lue southern man 'aiuten
wbo has his capital invested in slave la-1 Uiiokln.vcrs
bor, : Lis bct InenU. Let lis analyze Jiasmu
ihi a little tnofe, and tee where it will
carry tr. You talk about a slave aris
torrary. If it is an aristocracy, it is an
rM0"'iaCy of labor. What kind rfnris-tor-acy
hiva you in the North? Capital
j'vl u.i iipy. Which i the oio.st odious in
in operations an aristocracy of money or
aa as istorrncy oflal'or? Which is tho
tacit iiDvielitinc ? Winch is the mot cx
ic'.iiu;? Kvery man has the answer in
h'u own mind,
Hut to iUujtn'o still further. Tho
MUlhern man pu'.a his capital into labor,
He CommeuOLS iiie pio luuiiun ui i;ju..u ,
rnr oi'uof product peculiar to pUvs la
iar. Jg ho net intores-ted in obtaining the
Jiijjhtrt pnctJ for slave labor? His capitf 1
j i-i slave, labor. 11 U talent, bis mind,
ami his intluonte an employed to make
TULRSUAV, M.W 2j.
The Conspiracy Trial at Washington
iwas lesumeii on Thursday, tho 'Jjth May.
I A witness said that on the 17th of April
ho searched tho b'lao of Arnold, a
short distance from Fortress Monroe, and
j found papers, clolhiD" and a navy revolv
er. Tho Court hero produced the nislol.
Jt was load-
!e.l then, as it was at this lime. Tho
Court crjoied thoi.iatol to bo diichareed.
staiul, litis been compiled w itli lonie care " I deeply regret to seethe siiintof' '' nllliesB! test. lied as 10 tlio
by uu editor iu St. Louis. ItKhows that, 'proscription wLieh many peisors enter-i ll0''ta"!"t ol tlia 't-k and wounded pris
not only the theory, bufcgSGXct, is tlio ' tain towaid tiie Southern people in their,01"'1'9'1""11 lu "10 bopiluls and at the
slaveholder the best friei.TTto free labor, pre-ent condition a people whose kin-1 ... h rris0" '1 hey were tobl by Major
This tabl proocuts a comparative view of die 1 blood and Leroio character, to sav 1 ' urnPI luo keeper of tho Libby prison,
wages received by diflerent chis-ses of ' nothing of their mifortuaes, should com- ,"3 lreilUne" w"9 fe'ood cimuuh lor
workmen and mechanics in tho slavehol-
ding and non-slaveholding Slates :
rr;r.E states. slave states.
Per day. Per Day.
r' ' T'f I ,
Yankee. Out of fovty tick 111911 brought
in, fighter twelve died tho firs: niyht.
mend them to oiy sympathy and rosprct.
Tlii eTiicit nf ntr..iM' it it ii ii in iif.iw Tim
slaveholder's rebellion was precipituled by I w!a,iues lluJ u' emaciation of tho
irresistible forces, and it is urju-t to hold 1 l,r,J,c,!! .'!" character
niilivi.I.niU rns:ionM i'o f.ir I Ii . m,i ,1 .'"mu"u""raR 'uoii. i oey woru una
Pninters, $1 5D to f t T.') I'ainti'ri (I CO to ii jU
: oo i:r ki r., 2 so to ;;
2 Hi' stone M. 2 00 to 3
1 7.i (.'ar't'rs 2 2 j to 2
2 ni 'lastims 2 00 to 2
1 00 Laborer 1 23 to 1
rather convict I'l.omas Jelferson (linn Jet-, u"ll,.l"e U'"J treainicni was m the way ot
tf i i . . -r i : i . ... i t . . . reiiL:i:iumi nn iii I mil ntt t tut rt ni m'k.u
i , cr i i i "i ill ih i ' h h 1 1 1 1 or iiiii in.i . - - r- v. v TF
truth L, it was an event developed in tho
progreis of civil nation. Shall we net bo
kir.d and for;iviii;; to t!io.-e who have
committed tiror, however grievous, when
it is manifest that their error wai ordered
I'roviJcnce, in l.ii wisdou). to advance
tiie intoros-t rf mankind ?
With regard to the ' iiu idental " rpirs-
ions connected with the war. I find the
Southern people as reus -n iblo as could be
ex i eetcd or desired. 1'hey consider slav
ery dead m.d (.'one, and are gla 1 that it is
so. They are dispose I to accoiniiiodate
tiioiv.selves to tho new vtrni of labor,
and to promote the well belli nf the black
Laborer 1 u to 1 ;j ni.tu to me tii oi iijoir aiiiiuy. as to
(,'jt j 7' ,-,M ! neuro still'i ii i t i;. a tie i idea ln-ro ; but
l'iltJ.n-:;h. ' l:chmoiJ, lit.
fi i. i irt o Aft a. .
i iiiiiH'is, i ju in (. j miners $ i i 3 to j oo i i v
r.r'krrs. 2 00 to 2 10 IVklV... 1 i.. .1 ml I .y
Ftune M. 1 2i to 1 in atouo M. 2 Oil tj 2 40 j
Oari'tiitors, 1 00 to 2 (0,fari't'r, 1 iO to 2 UO !
'Iiuterer?, 1 60 to 1 'lasterers I "6 to 2 j ,
Labercru, Ii ;r.alrcrs 1 00 to 1 60 ,
CitviiMJli, O. 'LotuefilW, 7w ;, ,',, i
ri:.ter, ?l 60 i TJi'air.U-rs I Tj to ii o.i !
IirickhiycrsJ 00 to 2 6' . iiriekTri 2 60 to .1 00 !
Mr.kors, I 25 to 1 51 M.in.ns 1 75 to 2 00 ;
Cnrp-.-nter.', 1 00 to 2 Oe'Carpentera 1 "5 to 2 50
.attercrsi, i ju io i iii-lercrs . ou to 2 .
Laboren, "j to 1 Oi
Jl ' Puiiiters $t 75 to f to ; i aM sur'i it will in so.ne torui or otiier,
2 "',Ur;c'..'.,ri 2 75 to 3 Co j bo ultimately adapted by the people."
i i. Alasons i u i to a no
1 75 Carpenters." CO to 3 00
1 i 'laatererj 1 75 to 2 2,i i
8,1 Ubururs 1 25 to 1 50 I
I'm liters $1
S. Mnsons 1
jlave labor productive, and, at the same
time, to make it i id tho greatest amount
in dollars and ceM ; and just in propor
tion as he can; find new markets, devise
mere way? rnd means for consumption,
And thereby incrcaso the price, in tho vt-
Ohio. : Uuf'.estoi, S. C.
51 - ! Puiuters $1 75 to J2 00
01 - Ilrichl'rs 2 60 to 3 1
60 - -'!. Mu.0113 2 00 to 2 6.1
Carnentcrs I 50 to J2 00 Cinenter.2 50 to 2 75
'Ustcrers 1 75 to 2 00 Plasterers 2 00 to 2 60
Laborers 75 to 1 00 Laborer! 1 OH to 150
lMJalo, .Vm 1'rr. JAV.Ic ll--k. A'k.
l'niuters $ 1 60 to $2 CO Pir, $2 60 to t 50
L'ricklayctsl 60 to 2 O llriekPrs, 2 00 to 3 00
i. Masons 1 25 to 1 7.V.s. Masons, 2 0'J to 2 50
Carpenters 1 U to 1 50 i'nrpeuters2 00 to 5 00
Laboreri f 0 to 76 La -or.rs, I 00 to 1 25
L.tcX .!!. : AVie'A-, r.t.
r.iinters $1 01 to $1 75 Painters ft 75 to $2 eO
IVioklayersl '') o 1 76 llrickfr, 2 0 ti 2 50
.V. .Va.'ons 1 61 l" 2 Oi-.ri. Ma'o:i.,2 25 t 2 60
Cnrrinter 1 25 to 1 75 CnrpenUrl 50 u 2 00
yia.-terers 1 01 to
Luborari 75 to
Jlw'lr. M live.
iint. r $1 5 to J2 no
lirirkliivertt U !t
S. Maso'.s 1 51 tv
1 25 I'la.'tirer. 1
1 On Lab-r -r, I
i in U I
Oi V. M::i- Hi?
drcv up the
I it tr e fleet uoo-.
, f2 00 f.
( 0 to
I .... . -i r A ... ! ii.. i . .-.0 , . o t
,. i.:-. arre.i to n i j m - wivm uui i - - . .
ty Eamo proportion mcrw.tei m-- . i.H:tr,I4 , 5l) t1 2 V IMa.tererj I 75 to 2 10
-to do what? henever you BM coi'.on j L.lbr,lr, 75 to 1 oo Lr.iwi er., 1 oo to 1I J
ol the other great slnplo of do South ioth, ll'i'.'wwit. SuJi.-ile, Tent.
t:n iin :a orioe, dees 1101 cveryming in- 'ninteri 5211 - .1 i".t ri : ti. to ; j jo
erf a5e in pii.J, dOi ot every article
rac.ifactutr 1 al th-i North run upcoi
irypoTtdir iv ? Thus the southern ma.i,
in oblainin" the hiheft price for tho pro
iutof his capital invested in labor, gets
. 1 1 - . t . . 1 : .1 1
thimeans lor which ne pays lu '"6"l . ... ....v . i,.r,r., ,lo e...,!l .tv
priee. fr labor. Ho is m.eres.ed , get- ( reop 0 IV told, if yon a.o
lias tho highest p. .eo ror his proJuc s, j Q n Le alerl . if youii; 0 ot
fcndty.m t0 he. oaP l"-dAV r iv back tto e.icioachnienls of the
pay Hie n.iest v ice .0. .. i.oe . . , ft in,movtMl3 rock resist, the
ne 3 toe moss It'liuoiu auiwam umi ww
host friend of tho laboring man at tho
! i;riek!ayers2 01
' S. Mnsi.iis I 51
I Carr enters 2 01
1 'In -terer.i 2 01
1 L ibureri 60 to
I In vitrv of theso facts, why
Ur;.'k:-n, 2 60 to 3 0 1
V. Mas "ii','! 00 to 3 5 0
;Carpenter-2 25 to 2)1
liforiTd 2 00 to 2 51
; unburns. 1 00 to 1 25
North. Who can contradict the proposi
tion I Hois interested in obtaining the
Lighost price?, and ho pays corresponding
jnioes for evetythi"S lll!lt ,i0 consumes.
Who gets tho bene fit of il?
A 1 said just r.o'v, there is a conflict
poing on betneen csital and labor. Do
we not know that a man who ha3 his
advancing waves, tho South, in a very
short liJie, will take po0rion of the r j
fields of SIassacliu.-.tls an 1 tho wheal
fiddsof No.v York, and cultiv uo them
with slave labor. Is not tint Utopian V
I Is it not i leal mere fancy, with no n jih,
lia reality, in it ? When toucliel mid
it vanishes into thin air.
Itni. tho Senator from .New vtk.
; ..I-.. ' nn. su i lncuicaimu i" '''
ir.vtsieu in a Biavo pro-, -- - . ... .,..,;,,,,; n, i :,.:..
duoins cotton, i interested in the pro- i J '""'.
duct of that labor, whilo the man who, lUat : r
h w h', thousand dollars invented in tnon-1 "It is liuo that they meaning our faJi-
pv i interested in reducing the tirico of oral r.eeeisardy and wisely modified lh is
loni, oy leaviiijj ii iu uie
ati'eotcd they were by
thero ii whero the ir-' dillering circumstances, to auuiiaii slavery
ronllictoxiats. His between in llieir own way ami at ineir own pieas-
lubor. Capital V tho North is Ilia opprt-s-i poucy ot iree
-o- of Lha Uborina man. 1 hero is where ! several States,
'.be oppression is ;
H ilntlin nd cents of tho North and
the hen labor of the North, not between
lvr labor and free labor.
Ifl were disposed, Mr. President, I
ii.:.. ...-nf citll fnrltinr. I lifivs
ao doubt that in thecvent of a di-olution until they should (Ind themselves able to
r r'-tn nrnoL Ilritain would try for relinquish it with safety. t5nl the very
urn. insleail OI couu liii mm uuiy iu
Congress, and that they secured to tho
si ive States, while yet retaining tho sys
tem of slavery, a three-fifthi representa
tion of slaves in thft Fedeial Government,
Sao Arr.ia at Com mil a. hast night
(Sunday), a few minute befoie S o'clock,
the report uf a ("in was h?ar I in tho l ei'.i
bnihood of II: ismar.'s saloon comer of
Front and Locust Streets, Cuiumhia, fol
lowed soon atter bv sen anis of di-tre.-.
It nppears that .t nutiibcr of small boys,
l.vo ot lliern i-ntis ol Mr. i.rini:m proprie-
I I -.ril,., ,.,'., .... i I. ..r ,.!.: 1...,
I . i i ' i I ii t: .i i m ' ; i .( 1 1 1 1 ui:t mi im iq 1.11111111:11
of Mrs. I'ebx.'Mr?. l'ii kinson ai.d Mr.
Charles K.i vlins, wero jdnyin,; in Mr.
Mrlse.i m's yard, when Mr. II. ' el le.-t son
a lad of ten or eleven years went iut'. tlio
saloon and raiw to tic L:k k ilc.,t with a
gon I'.l Ills l.anu. iiu ieiv ,u i'i'y .1 1.0
was ''iiiiis to sbo ,t then ",ud iinir.i.dfiti lv
m 1 I fired, the lead titk-
. . - e . 1 If- I.' .
1" .1 lour 01 toe uoi r. .nr. i.. a
eeonUTju wai kihed altuont nutantl.v,
r.:oivini Joiiio ti::j -keieti thot in d'tl'er-
leut parts o tije body Tlio mi of Mi's,
I I)ickii;t it;' d G yars, w.u shotiuthe
I uMoi.iDu and linr-iel until toii morn-
in i t 7 o'clock i' hen death ut an
end tohij Btid'i rin7. The son of Mis Dick
inson was not r-ctiO'.i-ly bun, and and lr.
Ua vling's son received b i t a slight wound
but one shot penetnaiiij: his bniajt. The
gun sas kept loaded for tho pui pose ol
killing rat and the lad who liied it was
! nut aaaroof its boin loaded. Deputy
I Coroner Hunter held i.n inquest on the
bod;rs of young F.risnmr. and Felix this
morning. The nll'iir has cauied a general
gloom in Columbia. " m.t I.tteHjcncer.
Nt'OtO SlKKRl'lE. 7iV"ii'(J'iV 1 ; (' ( A ('it'
.Vu '. -a 1'h'j'vrm. Wended Phillips
j rono inces tli.j new Hepublirnn platform
"Negro SullVage: Hfpudi ition." Tlio
wsr. hi savs. was so purely for the negro
that ir the negro f.iiD to g-t voting pow
er, then the tiordi has been cheated, and
he declares Tt a repudiation of tho war
deb'. Thi.t is bavin,; t li e m nt j we
borrowed and got a whV.lo which w n't
blow through, now let in turn around and
cheat tho man wholci.tu-" tho money to
Wo refrain fwu ju l.rin t Mr. Phdl-it-o
.irip'lv Lriwever. till wh can spe il his
mi'vp'i ius! i!;es the nhstnet. fbrwnrdi i
ii.ip.rrniili from liosion. Wo have
doubt that il dot", forthrro isoneroe'l
ilitxtigh all Mr. I'hdlip madre.-s, and he
is to day conbi-tent w ith bim-clf. i be
importance of his sprocli is in thi. t'l.'.t it
lays down the la'.r for the Keptiblicnn par
ty. 77..1 Mr. Phillip ha always 1mii
and that he will continue to do. The
Te'June will he'i'nte n few day?; the Tlinee
will h.ijgle a few rnotith--, until they have
j roped in all tneir renuer who iiMmi.iv
'radical instincts and feeblo c liiseivaiives
tiers had been treated wotio than L uiou
prisoners. Another wiiness testified that
tlin I.ibty prison was mined, and that
Major Turner bad informed him that ho
hail seen lien. Winder on the subject. The
fuse was ready for tin mine tit the lima of
Kilpati ick's raid. Another witness, nam
ed McUeo, was called, whoa Ilia Judge
Advocato Couer.il asked him whether Ar
nold was ever in the rebel service Mr.
Living objected to the cpiestion. Tho
.lodge Advocate Uaneral briefly argued
that t ii 0 interogatoiy was pertinent, as
history had proved the connexion between
treason and tho asui-sina'.ion of the Pres
ident. The aaMi.-iiiatioti was manifestly a
political ( Here.), and was a se-canco of
disloyalty. Mr. llair.g I c.-ponded, when
the Court decided that the question
should bo answered. Tho witness then
lepneu uiat lie saw Arnold in rtuel tit;.-
form in the city of lliehnior.d, in the be
Assistant Secretary of War, and Harrison,
lell'orson Dayis' Private Secretary. He
identified the indorsements cr. the letters
of Lt. Alston ai theirs. This letter was
read on a former day. Henry Firnegass
testitied that on the loth day of February
last he heard a conversation between Wra.
Cleary and lieo. N. Sanders at tho Saint
Lawreiica Hotel, Montreal. Ho heard
Cleary iny "They are getting icady for
tho inauguration at Washington : " to
which Sanders replied: "If tho boss hag
tootl lin k Lincoln will not trouble us
much longer." Sanders said Loolli was
bossing the job. Cling. .Sweeney testified
that lie wa3 in tho war and a captured
prisoner in Richmond, and afterward in
Andersonvilln, He snoke. of the insuffi
ciency and bad quality of the food. The
rebels shot down some of tho men like
brute?, w hile others died for want of food
General Cobb said all ia tho ttockade
won! I, befoie long, lie in the graveyard,
and if they c.v.ight Old Abo they would
hang him. Sav.'ral oth er wiintssis were
produced by the government to show tho
Lad treatment ot soldiers in Richmond
and Andrsonvillo. The defense called
two or thrco additional witnesses to dis
credit tho testimony of oilier witnos'cs
relative to Mudi.
j SATLT.D.IV, VAV .
! To-day tho prosecution called Georgo P.
, Edmonds, of Purlington Vermout, who
: testified that bo is attorney, av.d had
charge, for tho United States, of the Saint,
1 Albans Raid Case. Jacob Thompson,
Clement C. Clay and Sanders were iu at
tendance 0:1 tho court, and assumed to
be the defenders of tho'o raiders tor tho
Copfeuora'.o S!ato- The witness was
shown a .printed aper, which ho believ
ed was Ettl'SMitially, if not an exact copy
, of the original which had seen. The lel
i toe was dated F.ichmond, Juno 10, lS'J-l,
signed by James A. Seddon, Seuutaryuf
' ar gddieBsed to Lieutenant Young, lt
wr. Three colored par-1 informed tho laltsr that he was appoint-
inn iP'i ot the
mhis testifie I a to their aeiU.,intiit'ir.c u ilh ed for special service, and directed him to
Dr. Mudd ; and his conduct flowed l.iru 1 report to 1 hompscm and Llay lor bis iu-
to be a rebel sympathizer. ,iU stated that stiuclions ; and also to select twenty es
he had aosisltd rebel 'oldie: s. A voutin ' caiied Coiiledeiato sol lien for tho cxecu-
tnar. from 'ieorgotovrn testified that the tiuu uf such euterpribcs as might bo in-
iiioicmrr al'rr '.lift rniic;i!ii. tion bo lonned triutt d to In in. 1 no original paiier was
At.xfot tc.i dullurs, tho latter leaving
wi'.'o him a revolver ai security. The pis
tol was produced, which the wiiuesi iden
tified. It had been ioa b d ever since. Lt.
Sautouch who was detaile I for service iu
in t 'j ,.i-.ifii..i . .,., . ii..
l.es.id llajor Turner say if the.raideii got
into the) city ho would blow up tho build
ing with tho i cr.M'i'.s in it. Lutina Wash
ington sworn, said she was Dr. Mudl's
slave, an 1 left his hxi-o nearly two years
ago ; tha heanl Mtid say duimner bei'oro
la-t that Liucolii would not keep his seat
loug. 'I'wo cr three men weie piesenl at
the tlmediis.-ed partly in gray und partly
in l li'.ck, and they ch'i t in the pines. Dr.
Miid.l sometimes eariud victuals to them.
M iry M.ley, al-o a Ma-re of Dr. Mudd, was
sworn and testified that she left his house
combe, the Confederal agents, who con
gratulated him on his success, and ho
telegraphed to Dr. Blackburn, who e.imn
down the. next night ; and when witness
told him what he had donohe said it was
all right, ds Lig No, Two! had pon to
m ubiungion aau no was suro it would kill
at sixty yards, lilackburn told Hyatus
that Thompson, another of the Confoder-
ato agents in Canada, would pay bim.ftnd
l. ...... I I 'IH i . f .
uo nmi, iu luuuip.un, wuo stated tuat no
would bo paid when they heard tho goods
had been delivered according to instruc
tions. The witness showed them a letter
from Wall & Co.,- when Thompson gavo
him fifty dollars on account. Tho testi
mony of Mr. Hymns, of which tho aboro
contains tho ma n points only, was listen
ed to with great attention by tho crowded
audience, and was tho marked feature of
the day's proceeding.
tcesbav, hat 30.
At the dial to day another mass of teg
timony was takeD. Lewis F. Bates, of
Charlotte, North Carolina, testified with
regaid to the remarks of Jefferson Davis
ot that place, on tho receipt of the news
of President Lincoln's assa3ination, and
on tho subs-quent day ; and this witness
undertook to quote the languago not only
of Mr. Davi?, but of Mr. llrcckenridge;
(Jeneral Edward Johnson, of the Confed
ciato service, waa called for tho defenco.
A motion was made against the reception
ol his testimony, but it was afterward
withdrawn, lie testified mat ho knoty
ncthin r of any secret ojootines in camr.
as testified to by Van Steinacker ; kner
ol no proposition to assassinate President
Lincoln, and r.ever saw or heard of Wil
kes Rootb, Witnesses wero called for tha
defense in favor of Mrs. Surratt and Dr.
Mudd. Miss Anna K. Surratt cavo soma
diicct testimony, but was not cross-exam
ined. IShe asked several times for hep
mother toward the closoof the testimony:
.a vtiiLess was examined who stated wnac
Atzeroth told him after the assassination.
It was proposed by tho counsel for tho
defense to introduce Atzeroih'i confession,
but it wa3 not admiltod. Tho Court
TO I1B CONTIXCED.
Er. Davis' Disguise.
From tha Potorabur Noirs.
It is to be hoped that we have heard
tho last of this Billy falsehood about tho
disguise of Mr. Davis at the time of bin
capture, It has p'ayod its prurient part.
and should now bo consumed to that
Mouuced on tlio trial ci wij ci. aimiin
raiders. Colonel Nevin.t. of Genesee, New
York, testitied to have seen Atzeroth at
thoKirkwood House on the PJih of April.
This was between four and live in the af-
, , f . 1 "-MMV. . J , LI M II
MnAnn I k r,t.inn..t( IPOUireilOl afl d rli n r i ill. I A iibi o i n n Ir1,.'l. ...-..
was liiiormed by witness wluio mo- . ..-, We.V5'":. "l?l'jJXr.z;!rJ,
Presie'eut's room was, and pointed it out j wickednesses of meD. Tho illustrated
to the former. The witness did not know popcra have exhausted tho resources of
iio A'.v.k rot ii was nor ms name, iui im- cheap engravings in varying the positions
luiiliiueiy rccognizrii ino uiaa u u'lumb
into this court, The defenso called sever
al v ittiesscs to itnj caili.lhfl vatacily ol
fcnlr.n ol t lill.il who 1, II. ft testified tcainst
Doctor Mudil, nnd to estublish the fact!
of the captive ; eulernrisin!' nhotoe'ranh-
ists have Hooded the country with highly
cole red and extremely imaginative repre
sentations of tho exciting scone ; dignitiod
Chadbands have benmeit over with t.hmd-
that the Doctor bud given no aid or com- ebt smiles while ravishirjg orthodox audt-
ho.ever.,pro- cnces with enticing particulars, and the
fort to the rebels. Ho ha.
vidtd food and il.elttr lor
cilizeus in 1-01, who had tnkui ahum
senio ol toe niaimcd and tii.iu Jliu genius who does tho
month before la-t Chiistmas ; she saw two least they tkould bo crrcited.
limn Inniiih lTinild V tcrill3 Willi ttlO
'outhern States, Lrcauso it woull be to
her Interest to di so. Tho '.rorlli nnnu
factttrcs and so does Great Diitain. Her
cpitai uoa not consist in rinor ; it con
nature of th"so modilicatiotis fortifies iny
position that the fathers know that the
two systems coutd not endure within the
it,,. on find expected that, within a short
! period, slavery would disappear forever.
sistg in money, which is always arrayed Moreover, m ui-iei
fi"aiust labor. Leaving tint out or view, 1 lions might not altogether defeat Uieir
however, tlio reason why fireat Kritain is 1 grand design of a Republic maintaining
so deeply interested in the abolition of . nniversal equality, they provided that two
slavery in tho Unitod Slates is plain, and thirds of the States miht amend tho Con-
it must bo apparent to an who would stuution
think about it. Her capital exists in mo
ney and stock', as tho capital of tho non-klai-nhniilinff
States does. Capital in
Threo fourths ho should have said. Two
thirds mav riroposo an amendment ; two
thirds of tho States can call a convention ;
. , . . i in irus o i uio oiaies can e-nn n .......... ,
Groat lUitaiu is nrriyed against oppreed , l)roe fourlhg ,ha amen(,mol,t,
f.nd downtrodden treo woor. i i , " y ; jtat lll0 i(,ea , ft, WQ rc Rflcr. He says ,.U(,n' f t10 r'on.neration to bo made
i.eti ciaios, wii.ii. ."tj nni 1 want to ilo tl.o Senator itistice, as , , ti,.r i,r(.ar,.. After i c ili"ra
. : . . . - i i i i d i . .
minds, rind then they will ad together
too tho mark ot negro suil'iago and ropu
dial'on as smilingly as those same onco
hesitating and haggling journals now too
the Abolition ebalh-mark which ihis-nmo
Wendell Phillips made for tticm n few
iVaik ni, coiiiliuoeti w au;
tho mark 1 -V
; Repil lelll JU'
From tli o Kichmon l Kepultlio Juno 3.
A meeting of farmers, repreeiiiing
Goochland "l.ouiso, Albemarle, Caroline,
thange, Hanover and rluvuna counties,
was held at Loui.a Court llou.-e, on Thurs-
or three mer, soinotuues in the house and i
souiciiaios out in tho woods, where they
had their bed la-4 summer ; one of theso
me.ii was John Surratt. Witness heard
Garner suy to Mudd, that old Abo Lin
coln, d -d old sou of n b h, ounht to
h ivo been de'ad long ago; when Mudd re
plied he was much of the tamo mind. -This
was in tobacco p'sntin;; time of last
veiir. Several othel cloie.l witnesses tes
tified as to Mudd snd others conversing
ill pral-i ol the ll eli. len uario i sa. i
to Mudd that Stonewall Jack nm was iro
ing to cross at Point ot Rocks, lake Was1 -iiiL'loti
and burn old Lincoln in his liuuso. ;
Mudd said Lo would not bo suipiised
I'lie d; feti.-o then opened. The Re v. Fa
ther Wi:'i tl te-tifu' 1 that ho had been ac
qu.'.iuted with Mis. Surratt eight or nine 1
years, and always hear I her sjokeii well
If and hal never heard a-.iything that
would detract fioivt h r Cbrittrui charac
ter. The Rev. Fathers I'.n) lo and Stone
.irrct tostifli .1 to the satna elt'ect, and had
never heard her utti r a di-1 al sent iinent .
Mrs. John llallahan, who lioaided with
Mrs. Surratt, tesliliel she saw Pttyr.o
thaiv. when bo called bim-elf Wood. '
Mrs. Sun alt sni 1 he was a ll ipliu minis
ter. Wi'nes sa.v Aiierot at the house
once cr twice. Mrs. SunV.t mul she
would not board the hitter. Witnesses
from I'.a'tinioro were prod'iced, who gavo
ciicumstiintial accounts of where t ) l."Ugh
lin was in that city ut varimi limes on
the l:;.-.h ami 1 Lh of Aprd, the object be
ing to prove an alibi.
riun.w, m vY Co.
Tho trial w u resumed Giis miming,
preceded by thu reading of the inimeoso
mass of evidence laktii on Thursday. T:io
Rev. Father I.anatian. living none l'e.n
t.rvn, Md, and the R w. Father Young,
i. as tor of a Rmian Caiholie C'r.irch, wre.
Ci ITcjra severally awoni, und testified lhat Mrs.
Surratt h id abvavs ha l tho reputation of
MOMiAV, M A V 1 J
The proceedings this morning, in try
ing the astassinatioa conspirators, weie
unuuully imertsling nrol important, dis
closing in a great ixeusuie the plot of Dr.
lllnckbtiru, the reputed sgeiit in Cittir.da,
to inttoduce yellow fever into this coualiy
for the pin post1, as alleged, not only, ol
spi eadinj the diFpasu in northern cities,
but to inlcct tin) Federal armies, and even
to extend its dreadful ravages into the
I'lOsuleDtial Mansion. Un the openirgof
tie re nit M's. Surratt' counsel .-kcd lor
the recall cf the witnt s Van Sleinaker,
who testified en a previous day to a meet
ing of Conl'cd. i a e i: Metis at w b.eh I'.octh
was j recent, whore tho nsstusmatioii of
President Lincoln was discussed. Coun
sel pr.. Tossed ability to piovo that this
vitness, bifeie ji'ini'ng the Con federates,
bad loin in the I'nicn army, fiom which
ho dc.-irled while under sentence of
ilr.i'h. The Cotiit owing to the disrespect
ful languagu in which this i i quest was re
girded as coiiclud, lefusel to grant it;
hut rave iho defence tho privilcgo of
, biint ing witticvses for the puiposo of in
validating Van Steiuaka'a statements.
'I hod. fence said they would produce for
this purpose tienoral Edw.n.l Johnson,
late of the Confederate army, who would
testify that r.o such meeting ever took
place'; but this proposition was overrul
ed. Additional witnesses wero examined
by Dr. Mudd's counsel with design of
impairing the testimony against him al
1 ready taken. The evidence of tho prose
'cution in regard to the yellow Lver plot
i i ... i ., ... ; .i 1 1. .is i.l ( , od-
was eomoncod uy mo eA.nnm. i
fiey.J llyams, of Toronto, who teslihod
that in Lo.?omber IS'd, ha mot in Toronto
Dr. I'.l.u kbjin, whom ho know to bo in
the Confederate service. lHackburn took
II.,.,... 1. n nrivnln room and asKO I II I in ,
lljil.ll? iu . f".
inachtue vit lor th a Louisville fvurnal, re
vels in exuberant 6oa mots over a story so
admirably in unisoa w ilh his delicate and
Unfortunately for Iho point of these
productions ol pen and pencil, the official
report of the capture of Mr. Davis lias
been made, uti'd the commandant of the
party who til'ected tho capture, has, in
person, given his account of the details to
the worthy functionary whose name was
invoked to father .the original falsehood,
and give tlio bantling credit and currency,
and not a word is said nbout petticoats 1
Co!, Prilchard presents a water-proof
cloak and a shawl to Mr. Secretary Stan
ton, and inform s him lhat he wag told by
hii soldiers that Mr. Davis had these
things on. For his own part, ho did not
see him in any disguise !
Tlio h oop blurts, tha voluminous "polti
coats, tho bonnet, the handkerchief tied
around the head to conceal the features,
all tui u out to be simply lies, invented for
effect, and cooly discarded when they had
served their dirty turn.
As- everything has been made out of
them that could havo been contemplated
by those who originated them, and every
body has profited by them who had a pur
pose to serve, from the seller of bawdy
pictures upwards, wo beg in the namo of
decency, lhat tho miserablo forgery be
now nailed to the eon liter, and a new sen
. . t . : .-11 :
thousand two iiunurod niunon uouais m- j he jg
vested in labor. Put me tour minion
slaves in lh South nt 1800 npieco, and
the result Is $3,200,000,000 invested in la
bor. Do you not seo thai that amount of
oapital is identified with labor, trying to
extort from the moneyed capital of the
world high prices for tho product of that
labor? If Groat Britain could succeed in
diverting tho investment or abolishing it
fcltofffltlinr. what would she do 7 Suppose
.tbul?,;,'J0O,(Htil.tPO should go into dollars, ..y pf it .
i . I. ..a.. ..1 inA flint IlisaA OrllA. ' '
own inn i.nn'ml tvould lakesides with "On the
not rrcsenl: I read more of
speech than I would it ho were hero
It remains to say on this
word, to guard against nusa
If these States nre to again becomo uni
versally slavcholding, 1 do not pretend to upon
i . r. .l. , ,.r ...... .1 ii.i I in 111 I 10 10 (KlllCO DUsllieSs
lasi, ior iiiu "" ""S :.' e- ., I . l.nl. II' I.oil
uirr in arsii iiiiijji, '" 1
(.till I'liiftlli ururit hi :1 1 (.'I-fJ Hows, and
lion, !l was determined to ux i..e one m - ... l(1
Ii the , l no coun-ei ior u in'i'tJ
tiidni K woman ul' CIllistl.MI Ci
,i-i . i... i .....n 1... in. 1 lir e x
I lieso n iiiiessus n.ui ni .i i - - .
press either loyal or disloyal so.niiuonis. nosm... uy e ... ;
t. u. .ii.i.ii i.-niiinr.in-law of C Lou -h- red -i ved a let tor I rem
tin testified' that the accused was engag. 1
with his own oi o-
i rointon'.V or.c negro to furnish his clothing, pay his doc-, prove tin
ZrvZon. totUill. The sum of one doilar per day tor
n become uni- for hands during harvest was also fixed reiider h
This ie an important
I l l......lnnl 1 n .1..1 In ra n.P ,11 iS.fl I 1
uei't iminis.il i.u .... . . ... .,.,i.. tn i. i.ko no
il II lilH. H II .1 "I n vu".-
... : 1 1 : .. i x an.
or ovagion, leu was wining "-
iiinsi.lt' lo ilm officers ot tho iav
.:. . ... i iii-i ......1.
movcmoi.t, The w ilness said lie surremiurtu j .-..u,..
5 with wVWaifoiof the'comu-1 King the first iixinf ho pay in Vgini. m by tosut mrdy -tio'n
that end shall bo accomplished.'. These prices w , ru a hroug u he Sue , J-AV;':1 ' eircucostaiLs of
He seems to indulge the idea that slave- " 1 "(r ' Vir exceed those paid for ag-, U Loughlin's arrest, statnig : Aa3S
ricltur.l labor in Lurope and should be ; wont, wore : ma; 0 o .u.u-, ,
,tirtnr .n !! .ci ties. Wo hope now , as.assinntloo for that p jrpose. V Louun
.1 ....... , - - , ii imu.1 i,.u mi 111 1110 reoei nr-
other hand, while I do con 3 that the scale of price, haymg oeen r-. ..... " :; . , Wimm
was a clerk
1 1 V r -- - -
ry is again to becomo universal, Sec the
wU vi.s ui.it. . --"-I ...:1i..,..miiWi, mv between ipoi nni i-o-
Oreet I'ui.ain st,titi!ng the moneyed ar- f dontly believe and hope mat ay couniry , on, too negroes w... i , riiambcrlain t03titl.l that ho
viresi Ii ail), Mltnin'.og iuo nmnejeu i-u": ---i . . , -
i31oa,,yortho -orbJ arXir.f- freo labor, I vrill 7H becomo a laml of universul free- werk.
if ho was willing to g on nil expeditioii gias
in whicli ho would niako a uunaieu
thius md dollars and receive more glory
Confederate General l-eo. u-
in I! iiMu on the 10'. Il of last 31.IV, Stal-
:.,. uiien ho would airivo at Halifax.
IV it n ...ft ihon made his wav to that placo,
whero arrangements worn perfected for
tho distribution of infected clothing and
for transporting the trunks to New Vork,
Philadelphia and other noriuern t;u."
niackburn slated that hi object was te.
,l,sirnv lha Union armv : that the elotu-
lng had beeu infected with yellow rover,
and that other parties were en. J,
ed with him in infecting fioo.'s, ft 'uni
in, to ono million dollars wor h..t
rl.There hai been a goo I doal laid
about an inscription, scratched with h
diamond on n pane of glass in the Mcllen
ry House, Meadville, Pennsylvania to this
effect: "Abraham Lincoln departed this
life August 1j, lti I, by tho effects of poi
sou. It was atirihuttcd to l'oolh, who
was in the oil region at tho time. A fow
days ngi however, a gentleman stopping
ul the Mcllonry House, and seoing the
. " i ., il tsisr. iue
disease ana mo : . n.r.t iho
.,,l,sral.s.,.t from MacK'.uru
. tibich WSS
lb," 'I':" X nfoetod with loth
noinieus u ",. , to
ita Liel Uiiy ana xioi-
made a staloment. which if true,
clears all mystery regr.uling it: "you
will remember that on the 13-th or llth
of August of last year, a report caino over
the wires that an attempt had been luado
to poison tlio President, anJ a report came
to Meadville that the attempt had been
successful. This gentleman stalos that
on that d tv he and a friond occupied
room No.--. 'J hisfrieud, aHor hearing
the report, scratched tho words upon tho
glass supposing them to be true."
de.pe. l n"
Cay The darkey who grcsascd his feet
go that ho oould uil make a miso when
he went lo Btcal chickens, slipped from
the hen roost into the custody of the own-
. I-- 1.1. K.Ir...
Or. 11 Rive, as remou ior ma
there, "Dat he cum d ir to soo or do chick
ens sleepel with dero eyes open." Uo
r-S-EIevaa ooirro sobiiors weri lobi
huni on Friday at Vijkhurg, Miss., fo.
ie murder ot a wnnc womau,