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following article should be read anld ponder
ed well by every man who falkes a Ws
paper without paying for it :
My observation enables me to siate, as a
fact, the publishers of liewspapers are inorb
Pootely rewarded than any other class vi* mien
it the United States who invest nu wiual
amount of labor, capital and thought. h'liey
ire expected to to more service for less pay,
t stand more sponging and 4dead headin,,
to pull and defend more people wil houI fee
or hope of reward, thai any other class.
They credit wider and letiger. get. off ener
cheated, Vuffer lniore peeimiary bwss, are I
oftener the vitimis of inispoiaeed cotil,:encu 0
than any other calling inl the co111nnu1ity I
People pay a printer's hill with more retlneti.
anlce than any otiher. It goes IAder wTitih
them to expend a dollar on a valuable news
tnper than len on a needlesi gewgaw; yet
everybody aviils himself of the oive of I it
editor's pen and printer's ink.
llow many professioial and political er -
putittions and furites have beei inale nil
sustained by the trietnily thliongh 1netquited I
pen of the editor 7 How nniy embriyo
towns and cities have been broiglt in1 o
notice and pl4'ed- into prosperi(y by the
press ? How mnany railroads now inl sue
cessfull oper'ation, would l:ve tundired
but for the "lever that moves the worll '
In short, what branch of inihist ry anl Ii
tivity has not peen proointed, stiitilated
and defended by the Press ?
And who has tendered it more than a
miserable pittance for hs service ? The
bazaars of fashion and ti haunts of di: -i
pation appetite are thronged with an eager
crowd. bearing gold in their palins, and thae
0ommodities there vended are sold at enor
mou.t profits, though intriinsically worth
less, and paid for wit scrnpulous puncitili
ty: while fhe nounting-rooi of fhie now.
paper is tLie sentof Jowing, clieapeming tradle
orders and pennies. It is Made Ia poilt Of
honor to liqp:idate a grog bill, uti. not di
honol' to repudiate a printer's. bill.
Puritan is a term appliel, it is sax,
by a Jesuit, lamed Sanl .ers, to : seet
who made great professions of puri-.w of
conduct. so "Metlists" were so call.
ed on account, of a peculiarity of their
mood of worship. The alrict. anl me.
thodical regtilations of the religion of
Wesley and 1is followers, icqiirei for
them Ltho appellai tion by which tley r:11
recognized aniong the sects. Tho 'Pro.
testants" were thiis calhl by the Cat.ho
lich on account of -Jhe iprotest wltich. eix
Princes of Impire, coiverl.i to iutier's
doctrines, made in referenceo to the le
cree of the Diet of Spire1, 1529, agaiiist
t.ie exercise or proitilgation of these
doctrinos. Thus those who protWsted
were called "Proteat ants." Tho fait as
tic bodily exercise used by the "Shak
ers" in , their 'worship, suggested the
namne ;and the tremulous manner usel
by the preachers of the Socioty of I riends
-the Orthodox in partieular-gave rise
to the ;nme of "Quakere."
N4ew York Daily 1ews.
D)AILY and Weekly. The New York
Weekly News, a great f.1mily news
paper-Ienjamin Wood Proprietor-1,lhe
largest, best and cheapest paper published
in New York. Single copies, 6 cents; one
copy one year $2; three copies Oie year.
$5 60; five Copies One year, %ih 75; len
copies one year, $17: and an extra copy
to any club of tenl. Twenty 0110 copi s one
year, $30: the WcekI Nt is senit to cler
gymon at $1 610.
. Auiv Youi Dii,y Ntws -To mail sub
scribers, $10 por ainnon: six lionths, $i5
Paymenlts invariably in aivalne. Speilnen
sopied of Daily and Weekly News sent. free.
Daily News Ilhilling,
No. 19, City 11all8quare. N. Y. City.
oct 24'a 6
kiDCo 5tIiu'a EpaeCotusmn y
. VFFER uns.urpassedl fieilities for ihie ship
m7aenit (fom Auirusta anid points South.)
Yotion, Cotton Goode, and heavy freighuts,
for savannah, New York, and all points North
Th'rmuurh rceipta given on which insurant
con be effectedI at liowest res.
-Internal Rtoveniue Tax will be pakit or bonds
givenm by thia Company, in accordance with
regulatIons of tha Unitett States Trrcaanry De..
For particu,la. and rates, inqulre of South
n Srprce omnpany.
'This Company ha now prepared to for war d
"6E1 Al'db SitWER CfN, CUJRItENCY
P 1WCE%9, AND FRElIOWTH,
7o 1(Mersbvtir Va., Lyinchnburg, Va.,
Danville, Va., lreisiul, Tenin..
Gy -pn5berp', N. C., 8alhsbury. N. .,
Ralelgh,N. C. W Ieldor., N. C.,
- fiolerW', N.OC., 'Wlhnlngton. N. C.,
AND'Tb WAV' sTA'rtoNs ON Tu H
irartudd and TIemnnmace lRailroadl, Stoithi-4idte
Ril~rouad. Peutersbuirg Raiilroad,. Northl Caroilina
Railroad, Raleigh ami G-astoni Railroad. Wial.
mington and Wecldon Railroad, and Western
N. C. Railroad.
TIo Coltumbiti, S. U., Cl'hrk;lom,, i. IA.,
Maou, Ga., CoItum,bus, G..
SMoble, Aa., .)Ron it n y a.,
New Orleans. La.
A5o To wavMTATo0Is ft!Iu5
*Ctharlte & S. C.. ltaulr..ad. South Carollhmi
Raittilld. .(Gergia Rtailroad, %Mae,n andI WeVst
qrp 1 eiroad, Attania anid W1 qst Jipt Il<wl.
gq ,tlo1l westerg Railroad, Soy,theurn I.ed.
iAlLUAgt ~ Uby the Adams htid fin' rten.
Ewif 'en O f~~es, and marked toe the Ebar.,
of the Southern Expre.. Company, will- be
pswinptlytforwarded to destinatio,n, C
Fr)hs hpo by uteamshlip to or en,re
pvilbpr,orwarded by Express without chlarge
-fqricomilsioi nd dlr:ya!.
'If orders are left it 111r t)ffloc, w,eM- w' WI be
called for and fom wa, ii I,v br.a~ .*..,.. a.
1)istrict Jtdg-W it itol)er tson.
Co:atini4sionler in 1"quiLy-1saatc 11 Moans.
Clerk of Court---Saml 1 Clowioy.
Sheritf--Elisha W Olloyer.
Tax Collector---ilolbert. 11 Jennings.
EliheatIor-JaCo b Feuto.
Jas Caldw J., WI Oros Ir.
lawCh4p, "Al D.K it b
'roos, I -
ROARDS 0NJ .
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)r J lit Ne.\iter, Trinas Al L ies.MJoin S
)onglass, Ilohert Fokl, .h ll I Mchlcbkin,
I oloklharilt, (enel Edward Taylor.
3(bItuE.ajUItonr oIf F~'ree Meltools.
Tho Jl .lones, J=b phlookmlanl, Artliur
I Craitr, WilIi:tI CroSby, .1akIIes A McGro
y, It. E Ellisou, Dr J 1t .lMIattr, Dr W E
UL)oiamuisioicia:sto Approve Pab
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'ro).tI, Maisel 1lll, James 8 Stewart.
Lovaami%sIouaersof Putblie BuIld.
.Ljties I11 tcants, Irugi 11 'MnMaiter,
11 W ' Aiken, 0 It I Thllom pson, James il
1ion, Thtoas Jordan, (leorgo If IMAster.
Commekstasioaer of the Poor.
Robt lawthorn. Treasurer,
1lt!v C' orter, Clerk.
Oen P D Cook, D i Kirkland.
Intendant--Dr Y E Aiken.
Wavidk--Dr C IliLhadd, W B Creght, L
V Duvall, .a; MCElry.
enac--Gena John Bration.
ilotise of lepresentatives-William .1
lillston, Jamies It Ail;en, laylis E lkin. i
110111t ziota Ofclety.
James it Aiken-President.
James S Stewart-Secretary and TreF.
Trustees of Mlonnt Zion college-W 'I,
"obert!,on, JA3-Ictints, J, II ition, 0 -11
qc'Mn1t?;Dr IV 1 Aiker.
P lrauacipaaisid 'keneer" of' 11t.
G A Woodward-Principal.
Asistantij-1iev W P DuDose, W M
Government of the:.United Ststes.
President-Atdrew Johnson, of Tennes.
Scoretary of Stite-W. II. Sonrrd, of
Secretary of War-Edwin M. Stanton, of
Postmaster GeneraI-Williant Denuison,
Secut ary of the Navy-Gideon Welles, of
Secretary of lie interior-Jamcs lItarlant
I lowa. < I ,.
.-;eretary Of th il eaidry-Iingh McCul.
ough, oi llin;ois.
Attorney Geneal-James Spoed, of Ken.
'resident of the Senate-Lafaycth, S.
oster, of Connecticul.
Speaker of the lonse-Suhuyler C*lfax,
Sab14on C. Chase, OhIo, Chief Just!oo,
1. .laines M. Wayne, Georgia.
2. inuiel Nelson, New Yurk.
3. Iobert C. Orier, .l?ehusylvania.
-1. Natha if oted, Maine.
5. Noiah II. S wayne-, Ohio.
13. 1ianiel D)avis, Illinois.
7. Samnel Miller, fowa.
8. Samuel F'. Fiel, California.
Winagfield Scott, Virginia.
Ulysses 83. (rant, of Ohio.
Atdjutaant Genxaeral Lorenzo Thomias,. Dela
Judge Advocato General, Josephx Holl,
(Quartermiaster Gieneral, Motgomexry C
hleigs, of l'enansylvania.
Tfime WVhaite Mt1a'N Pxajpes.,
L'INW YORKU D)AY 10OK.
A.FIIIST class weekly papecr, ina favor of
.the Cotiit ution as it. is, ati the
Jnaion as it was.
The hi* Bor I'w is niot retlin tted fromi a
haily, buti is ma:i]e tny grprcaly for weekly
renui in, withI a c;areul stuunary of lie
i,ws t'rnm all I hei S tate~s pnda' all par of
hie W ,rbi, w ithI mtarket 'lLeports, Agrieul.
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ive cuie olie yer, Anid ortm tOdh -bU
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enl coIfieS one yerat-, andit One 16'the
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wi.ty capt t o one "dd,C. S 86;0
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nti lia Soternt Sttes, will f'eegi4 I li
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he pWe'qtnt post'offico tiddress.'
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IT CONTAINS TIlE LATEST GENERAL IN
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AMard r , 186i6.
P It 03 P E C T U S
TIIE subscribers will commence in the
City of Charleston, early in Novein
ber, a Family Journal, to be known as t 0: 0
It. vill contain eight pages of fine paper in
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While containing all the latest religious
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abroad, it will also contain a weekly digest
of social, ieroantilo and political int'l- Ai
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There will also be Issued, from the same .
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ants ad others 'desirinr to communicate
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