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VQ~EL .'.WINNq8BORO, S. 0.,j THURSZ,,'DAY MORNIJSG, JULY 18 85.FmTM1UR I
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tpr slwnre ot eight linei or'les. for the first,
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*quehr rtin, invariably in advahoo.
$0 DURBEC & WALTER Anotion and
(Commisslon Merchants, Columbia, 8. 0.,
are the authoriad agents at that place, in
isol4ipotagabsorlstions and advertis~ments
er. the Nwys. They. will receipt for all
mult thiseoffoe.r l
. ResUme of the News;
'The New York Berald, of 'July 4,
asys that an "order has been issqed forM
the War Department for a still further
reduction of the military force of the
-oontry. -By this oraer the command.
.era of all departments and armies, ex
-cpting the Departnent of the Gulf,
Army of the Tennessee, Provisional
-Orps of the Army of the Potomac, the
First army c9tps and the command in
Texas, are directed to immediately re
-dce-their force to the *ninimum- nunm
b4rs .otme necessary to meet require
monts of the service, and the niusters
out are to be by entire organizations."
A Aichrgond paper says that "a gen.
tiemao in Now Haven, who; before the
war, owed a brick building on MAin
Street, in- Richmond which was occu
pild below as a store and above as a
dwelling house, was then offered *16,
.000 (or the puqrchae, but aiske4 *17,
000. At, the great fire ir Richipond
this building was burnt down. On gb
ijg to Richtnond, recently, lie sold the
ground to 'nItiaI bakor for the -sum 6f
Te) Richmond Tnads .says it will
ho beliefvd ilat suome persoes, influenced
be pagrsed forityephy seekin, and,
. perhaps, by passions eve leepqammen
dable, have recently brought to this i..y,
'frINn the neighborijg battle-felds, bones
."a oallpicel skulls, ruthleselytoni
ist griveeof t'h deed. 'An a'n
.iutulatiot of these "trophis' at" one
oInt of which we have heard, looks
4W'bihuch like a spoculation. - '
bp4ugmad (onalitl has ti).
4tem 4thttor t the ,0ow sw Irk
Obs*V*ir. having stated tlatt the Rev.
''Dr. aiuN formyerypastor -of the-Firt
?resbyeen ohurlch in New Orlegnv;was
-pu&.avoting to form a :ology g to
Biaail, the New Orlens e pBsays1 as
b4ivited by his old congragt laui
a thaut ts
V0 k~i" .*.e tat." 440'th
a k t k qne
.naiu n bm~t.'
aval 4t 0/s% a t
gina th ot
- sret 4eve
any theinliiar iautherities oi a se,
cesh paper -known as the Daily News.
It has been revived in the same build.
ing; by the- same proprietors, under the
style and nameof the Petersburg Adver.
tiser. The Advertiser is published bn a
.haltsheet, and is significantly mute on
all issues of public polity. Some of
these 'secesh die *ith the greatest diffi.
One of our exchanges gets off the fol.
lowin. We don't like much to doubt
the words of a newspaper, (for every
one will admit they are a mighty trui.
fid institution,) but we can hardly swal
lew this story : "That. was a queer
freak the lIghtning took at astore in Rook
ville, Conn., the other day. It entered
at the door in a livid flash, which actual.
ly lit an oil. lamp and left it burning,
without leaving any other visible marks
of its passage."
The Augusta .Constitutionalist says
that. "we are assured by a gentleman
who is, thoroughly posted, that the
Bank of the State of Georgia has coin
enough on hand to 'redeem. all its issue
at twenty cents on the dollar in cqin."
The Charleston Couriersays: It is the
opinion of many old residentsof Charles.
ton that we shall escape a visitation of
yellow fever during this and the com
ing season.. Indications favor tiiat be.
Twenty'Indian tribes have had a meet
in at Armstrong . Academy, Indian
Territory. They have agreed to cease
all further hostilties against the United
States, and will send a delegation of five
from each tribe to Washington to nego.
tiate for a permanent peace.
Oficers from Now Orleans report that
KIrBa SuMIr made nothing privately in
cotton, l'ut speculatel in jt.to seeurp pay
and subsistonce for is y. flis quar
termaster lately turned , over t'o General
Caiby $3,000 in gold as Confedetate
A bill has been introduced into the
Connecticut Legislature to compe ail
roads to provide seats for every passen
gers or refund halt the fare.
Pronj i'nth oaroloina
TA InWuritq of Citieni.Ngro L4w.
. leustip and Agro'
The Charleston correspo port the
-N*w.York Worgd writing or, tho 10th,
givea the following.acqoqmnt. of the 4w.
orable condition. of . afaii- iin South
The coudition of things on South a11
eS..,ja sucih;td 4a bsolutely'
Aceary for the citisens of th pi h to
hav9 anmeiq~ A)4a da iona to
.9a It #1
rahptodths ~4 nater -~~jfe
y nso has
the .to :6 t
qe or ing
anornrit m be
. ~ f
Any~ ov ~ 1
eded more than once and it is a great
risk hehas been able to live up to this
time. . In endeavoring to protect a barn
on] his plantation, .which was being pil.
laged,-they fired on him, and he only
escaped by the speed of his horse. Such
is the state of things in the uth San.
tee, one of the wealthiest, on up, to the
arrival ofthe Union. forces, the most flour.
ishing parishes of the State.
[Mr. Doar, with two other citizens,
has sint been.murdered by these black
There afa people in Charleston who
are teaching-the ignorant black that
they are superior to the white, and who
are instilling the most lawless doctrines
into their minds, conselling them to
murder, arson, and pillage 'aud furnish.
ing them with arms, which are denid the
The Predent'e Remarks to the South
The -President's intbrview with a
number, of citizens of South Carolina,
who were charged with reipresenting to
him the condition of their State, led to
some very interesting explanations on
both aides. It may be .seen - from the
Presidertt's-remarks- that 'the emancipa
tion of negroes is made alt ildispensale
condition of the restoration. of tho.State
to the Federal: Union, ^Ad that this
condition, -is not rejectqd 0g thepart of
the deleption. This condition was, ii
fact; contemplated by the people, and
they have prepared to accommodate
themselves tq it, -The President takes
occasion to show his views .os to negro
suffrage, and to expose the, fully of the
Northern politicians who think that they
can control, the- votes of enfranchiod
blacks in the South. Tleirvotes would
undoubtedly be wielded to the advantage
of the higher classes of whiga-i and to the
prej!%dice of the poor hit.
There seema ti o doub* that the
President will a oint a provisional
governor for South Carolina, vhoewil
call a convention, which body will adopt
a corratitutionAl provision for the, aboli.
tion of slavery in the State -and'that the
State. will be represented in the Thirty.
fhe same will be the case withall the
States lately inl rebellion, excopt,-'per
The recently rebel States toqbe again
represented in CongSes are. fK Florida
be included, eleven in pumber-with
t*enty- Senators and dixty;-one Rep
This is the number of Reprebentatives
to whteh they are-enttled-under. the ap
pointmeninrgsde in accordance with the
eighth census.- Bub in that, census only
thre4-Bifhh of the slaves were enumera
.tid and is slavery as to be abolished
by'kh of those States, as a preliminary.
to.the admission of their Representativep,
theya'will be entitled to representation
iTh al4 theit black population. .
The loyal slavehOlding States which.
hae a biqhed, or may abolish,, slavery,
4 alsotqreoby, enitled to. represent-a
t~ two-flftha'of slave.sherste
Lir,9 e4 rted. Taking tlo-numI
belaypa A-In 146t four nillions it
m0ay lfe4 sppoae that, adding jheir. in
essn swanapados will twOber
s4tnared thousand in 2 Bi,.
at A4fhi q.f tis. nmber, hqe~q~
fpedwill be .then eog ot4.to
h 0^ impely, one milliessevet
ig -thousaqd. ek
N forty .Opo : tf
w Iin o~rdyde
~~ it~~urgo, the gest
eji~ ast was
M~i . Auu?~zuo s
The Rebel Gnera lRuckner's Farewell
HEADQqART'XRS, BUOKNER'S CORPS,
Shreveport, La., June 8, 1865.
Sor:DIRS: The struggle for inde
pendence has ceased. As soldiers of
the Confederate States-an army de
fending the rights of your country-you
won the respect of your enemies and the
admiration of the civilized world. The
power which you could not resist has
crushed the hopes which you had cher.
ished, and compelled, by force of arms,
obedience to the . authoritie3 of the Uni
ted States. You have obligated your
selves to abstain from farther acts of
hostility, and are permitted to return to
your homes to follow your peaceful avo
cations without molestation' of your per
sons. The same fidelity which you dis
played upon the battle fields should be
shown in the new engagements . into
which: you have - volimtarily entered.
Go peaceably to your homes, cultivate
friendly relations with all, abstain from
all hostile acts, and discountenance
every attempt at disorder. You will
have much to forgive and much to en
dure ; but as courage has been your
characteristie on the field, let/the spirit of
magnanimity and fortitude guide your
actions in private life. When the as,
sions of the hour shall have subsided a
returning senee of justice will compel
even the people whoip we have so long
rliated to concede that justice must
have- thQ ba of the cause which inspiso
ed so many a.cts of heroism and gave
rise to the spirit of self sacrifice and de
votion whichyou lve so often display.
ed.- To the Missouri troops of my corps,
my commendations are especially due
for the orderly deportment and frin dis
cipliie which they have shown in the
most trying emergenciep. Soldiers, our
official relations ate now : severed.
Au will carry with you, in your
homes or in e' le, my warmpS wi es
for your prosp rity and happiness.
S. B. BUcDagu, Liolt..Gau.
THxPRvOIt0)AL GOVERXioR.- Te
appointment of the Hon. Bergamin F.'
Perry. as Provisional Governor of the
Statei which we wore inclined to antici
pate in our'leader of yesterday, is as
good a one as could be made. W \e need
not repeat, in respect to hitun, the opin
ions expressed already. We -take for
granted that lie will accept the station,
ind proceed promptly to disembarrass
.ie country and put the machige of
State in good working condition'as soon
Is possiblo. . Our citizens unite vith us
n the hope that we shall soon see him
n C6limbia.-CoZniha Phnix.
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