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WAisnbVioz, July u.-Mr.
the bnate to-day, rupurted the tax bilf As
agreed up= by the Confert 'o i
The regort gives rise to 'coisiderable .d-;
bate, especially the item fixIng tlie tax upon
- cotton at, three cents per pound' TIe Cou
ere'ence C00mt'isittee"6t both l'onies ag'eod
to the tax of three cents on cotton', ttid li'v
ing agreed on the minor amenimai,. the
hill now gocs to the President.
VAHNoTON, July 6 -Attorney.--eneral
8peed has directed the Distriet Attorney to
eiter a nolle pro;equi in the case ngainst
1.aac Powler,'the defaulting postmaster of
this city. Under this, Fowler will be per
'mitted to return- to the United States from
Mexico, where he hai beon during' some
The stattte of. Gen. Washington, -which
was taken from the Virginia Military Inti
tute by Oen. flunter, in his raid up the Val.
ley, two years ago, was setit back yester,
day. by the Nati,inal V.xpress .Co0jkttky, to
Pit M,ALP.t'It.A, July 6.-Thd contevition
of railroad presidentg, in this oity, have
ni emra Ii zed Congress remonstrating ga inst
tho duty imposed on iron nd steel by th.e
new tarity rates.
The teaniboat Baltimuore was birned bT
the fire which destroyed the depot At New
Haven. The steamboat pier was t9tally
destroyed; loss exceeds $500,000.
In Laurencoberg, .Indiana, twenty-one
buildings were consuned by tire yesferday
involving a loss of $100,000.
All buildings ou the North sido of 11n
street, in Cherry Valley, New York', were
burned last night ; loss from $65,000 to
Ponrr.Asn, July 6.--Five car load of pro
visions canto down from Boston- lnit: hight,
atid are now being distributed amuo'ng ithe
people. Large amounts of supplies tavo
come in fom variotts places; ihey r*o
greatly needed, as most of the' provision
stores had be'ih birned, atd thar6 Wa
scarcely atiything le't, to be bought, and our
)eop'le were living on bread alone. The
Athenmtum 1.brary was totally' -deptoyqL
The city buildings and custoyA house 'blaz
ed up ngain thi's tnorning. Sectetary Stmi
ton hai 16,000 Goveritneti tents sent'from
Bostolt for the relief of the kufferers. Sen.
n'tor Fessenden, among others, lost nearly
All his propel'ty.'
[Jlust above it will lie seein that be (Fes
senden.) as chairiban -of .the Conference
4Tonilit4ee, lutI'Aid p I y):1eg a:F on
cotton, and may soon reoover his lost pre.
Nmw Yoni;,'July O.-Oon. lWoqny pub.
lishes an address to the FWAfwm, ih iwhich
fie defi~dsliltcorse .n he t. id '6n
tanada. 'lne lecomthendd tll f%-organilsa
lion of circ'les 4nd Wto'rma Jo' 't1lit y
conpanieA by the membet.s, -under their
chosen leaders. He dAt4 th'e addross at
8L. Albans. Vermont., filly 4.
B.A.TIMonRs, July 6.--,ndge Bo*id, Chief
J ust ico of the Court of Apeals, It re6der
ed an Amportant decision under; 16te'elvii
rights b;l, mo dieocase o'lig 9 iguiwal,h
against Tomers, for heatiog .VIgro.. It
was contended by countei tituS. acaotliAg
.' thte law, / of Marylandh Ar -ash.
a co.mpetent: wItness against a whtt mAn.
Trho niagrsthate decided ThAt llau1a 'wasn
nuldl anid woidl, had been abrogated stbl -suL
p er.seddby'the'oivil rightA bill, 'atd r'es
-cqul'redl bail: which flotners rif\ised ho Sgve
and was cottrntttedi Aj liSa&ion wasn ibade
to Judge p3owle for a wy.0i oAaZ', oif
opllch ye 4eolned togg gawi e
opinon,ys :iggthie mns 'te.'Iad
mits thtere are doubtsiMs toe d'tilitutigni
y t not stehng -elearly Attreeah of theb'edn
r.el ConstitQtio4 on thl'& 1(ti~tr ep'olnt
bearing 6'1 tlisr ease, fdllowitmA Ch'e' usage
and docleo( of. higher e6 eli, be was
bound to .spume tt (Nongfes;-d N yio.
1st ed the .oonsti.ttioiat.p.bligetIPPs . pn
nessed aunteeelstituional sot..s Thapriso
'ner was reuoand~ed to the cust.od9'et the offi.
er. . ; ,, ';,
N wYog uly~ - 6f 1., -4
E xe'hange.. *j0j Wool D ;ot to
-dull. at. 80@B8. . . -' .
7 P. M.~.Ooton st eady, at 8t/;Flod1t
<deelitied 6@l0o.-sales 'of 6 600 bblg.
*State $6@$0Z1; Westerp8, 5 $18.7;
8outhern.tincanged.' WVhet de
-ed lo.--sales of 860,010 btlt,ib1
894; Pork heavy; sales of 7O 'a ,; h
*81.81@82. Turpentine dull, at 8. Rds
-dull at $8@$8.50. Gold 641. .*'
Nsw OsrsAss,Jly A.-UtO)nte'b tg
ed; sales of'),18Q b,i, at , $. so
Julyt,s 6.--Sales of.e'ue a:o.day
5 bale Mlddl1itOeilly 89,. Salet
'or the 1*e 8. 4dt .'of she weel
1y 14s xcelleni/I JA.NFS L. On , Governor
-and. CPrmnder-n-C1rii' in and over she
State qf South Carolind,:
W iERuAs, MAJ. OEN. 81CKLIES, com
tatding Departmfnt'of the,Carolinais.
on ot% tli'b"! ir ikratil', .bf Hpecia! O1rdorl
N. 19, hAi liritkl that white pbesons in
Miiliilwy epiiy;43 chlnred'*4ith felon-c-:: or
inisdenicators on the persons Atix property
of eolored persona. should be tirned over
to the civil imthoriy fir'trial, and that like
cases arising heresfter-Mil be tibposed of
in the symne inannter:
Ad,hereas, this Order-*9 gratifying to
tI i felings and entIthient of th pepile of
the diato -is baed hyon the legal opinion
of Chief Justico )tqkip. giyen upon the ur
gett request Of this Pepartnent, and com
uUtlicate. to Geni., twfilem That per,
sohs'tt color, unler'the 29th and 80th see
io..of the -*Actfo 6-danize Diletc
Coliti, re eQmpetent, wiLnoses in the
1itted by whtitew (In tH persof oV- proOerty
ot a person of, col>r. .20. That they are
co!upetent t :nake aflidavit4 , and sue. opt
w % tait v ites in ftlonils and'mis.
detuennuors, au also Io testify letsfore Grantd
Jurie n sth clses. as well as on the trjal
beotie the 'etit Jnry. AnId 2d. That until
th l1stri, Jnd;tes are crmihuisioned, the
Coiirt of Ueneral Sessions retains jurisdio
tioti of cases of utise\nqjuor cotsn4iitted by
whit es on the derronsq or propetty of colored
persona, Chief:.ustice Dunkin saye, "The
Ctotrt -of General tessions had always 3og
niz,inde of uffekicesicommi ted by white per-.
.4ts agaittt thipersoti or propeity of a
person of color-" In the case of tLhe State
vs. Hill, 2d Spear, 150, whioli was an i.
diotmunt nainskt a.white pe-mut, for tssau't
anld battary on a free petedn of color, it
wps not. only so. ruled, - but recognized as
well settled by law lor more than halflac con
tury.' This bist,rict. ,onrts of December.
1115, not having been put, in operation,.
suppoie, the, general juriedletion of the
C itrt of Sessions retnain ; and I si 4erstisnd
that suh hsm been the ruling of the Cimcuit
Jutdgos in reference to the cases of bastardy
and vagranoy which have come before thei.
Th 80th, section, Act 18ti5, provides
-that in every case, civil and criminal. in
which a person 44 colot, persons of color
shall be competent wittesses." It is a're
nedial Statute and tmust. be construed in
reference to its objeo.. I iily opinion is,
that persons of color are coeipetewt, to testi
fy before Grand Jurics aid Magistrates in
crimital cases touclilng the person or 'prd
porty of persons of color." .
And whereas, thosecnrity of-the liberty
of the citiren arising from his right to be
tried by aijury of his peers, ean only be re
tained, in the present atnOMalous condition
of the country, by. the civil otficers of the
State executing tie principles contained in
the opinion of the justly distinguished Chief
Justice, in good faith and'with- an earAest
desire to give secutrity and protactionito the
persdns and property of the colored popula
- And to the end that this high .privilege
may be-rlaiied by the good people ofI lte
Btte, I, JAM ES 1,. ORi, Governor of the
said State, do proclaim and declarb, that.it
is tl,dqly of e%ery Civil Magistrate to give
careful -consideration to every complaint
Wade to him by a person,ol color against a
white man for tiaty felony or "misdemeanor
alleged to haxe been .t6mmltted against the
person or properii ' p,ep,I of color;
and if p. . npoll sql,t eonsde Otion con
eludes thAt thore ore'Asoiabl rdunds for
NRI0h. comp)l!tain, s4 kag, s.li. ta0e
the ivi(t,.or.,uc perso t' *ptor, and
islai i* warrant ag.I st lie lofhdbr, re
quirieg his,arrest and 'reco'niAee to -p
pear- atte uit, term o,t ilie Couirt, of cpe
gl Sesaions, just (0s Itoplt do If the par
'fy maling itd comijaint we.roe awhit'e man ;
apsd.41pyv,ill'als. reogtnizp.11 wlit'n'eses by
whorn th,e the covuplainatit inn~ desire to
prove tlte har,ge, aq is now prevht'd by law,
for sociAl*g1th1 littendanch 'o St.ate wit
tu6ses. A'hartff' a'nd- Constables 'Will
bonatp;1y. fiftilfully auld iearlessly execut;e
all s\uch Wrarrants as may be placed In -their
n cAd gd iNseI' b aid in
'timb fiatand fi.thgabl eMauitions weg awe
ef thhs'tale,e expounaded .b~Iktie p i
4ousftet neeisy be tulyetef; *d
lW s ht~t by tl.e 44 6 a ' r-11 #l
dets rio.:1 , .(pnru h h re wi
foretatondf; the people) "thra6t1 Wi po&.be
-lon bdoteitray e tulysaId;t ieat ngpf
fence agaist Clus.' pietto, aud tu hoin,iry, to
'the perae orIpro e'ty', of-e'en thl td.estp
Inhiabtant, maylle oomblntled wi*sl.,
ty In u he-8tate of South (larollaa,'5. flUls
bappily realisde' i , .. ,
Given underanyhApa iJf .ge
'of the Staee LMil ia,
nt he 80th' eesy A P 9,4 in
[L a. )W i1int1td yeMr of the in epeu
-, d.reie obhUite' t ates of Ameg
'JAMPE8 L. O1Ay r
ateto t a
2og,ulices in an offenet, the accused
w v itreInii' Atldy.- Kbd thie arse
with h c d reliort" 'to these 4ead
quartors for In4trogtions.
al.:Feat Covjp4ners making ar'j,jstel
civiliasvi for offo.uos otrer than u th
triable by Provost ,Couyrs, ,i.9 esa c e
cpuplainant and his witnesses un or oAlt,
gethor with atny witnesses p-offered by
the'Acused; @tcl testimony, with the sen
tienn, of the tunsed, f. to deeirc te be
heard, shall beo:redupi 'to writing ano, for
warded to the Heo4quRWts Military Otii
iniandant of the State, with a report i of the
notien of ,lie,PoNt 'onitnandler and Iiis re
niarks upon tIne ease.
IV' T.he refusal' or negleet, of nsy ' 0vil
officer to perfori an official act, properly
rqquircl of his by an pggrieved party seek..
Ing redress. in tihe civil tribunals, whereby,
a failure of-justice 9sitis it tile proaqeou.
tibn of the olas of oWe.nders renittid,to thp
civil jurisdiction by ti is .order, will le'
pronptly reporivol by any oieer gognizant
to ie samo,
V. In puthiliing to subjoined fo'res
pondence for the inforenfion and guidance
of all coneerned, the Major-tieneral con.
mahling desires toirpress the troops with
the sentirnens of respect and deference for
the civil athority that influnoco his o%n
action in co-operation 1vith the Executive of
the State, so that tranquility,niay be secur
ed by nreans and agienclets nost, congetial
to the peopte. To tis end ie solicits the
aid or'all good cit izens in repressing conduct
tending to distuirb . public order; and he
trusts that, it. will not be long before it mrv
be truly said int no offence agninrit th'o
peace, rind no injur.y to the percon or, pro.
poriy of evr- the huniblest inhabitant, inay
be coinmtified wiith inrpunity in the State of
Ily comin,titid of
Iaj. on. b i. SiCaES.
). 11. HAiT, Bre't Brig. Gen. and A. A. G.
Miss Peronneail's Scho9l.
T 11E Second Session (haIf yeaR) of this
School till corinience on Wednesday the
I Ith July.
'ERn.S PHR 8FasSroN.
1st, dIs'in knglish, $21.00
Lower Classesi 18.00
French, . 16 00
Terms per liilf Sessidni or any leis Peied
-hnlf the 0bove. July 7-tl
HT .~TE~r,,f!,jmug Wood cain ho furtirlhhed
by pplying'to either
1A COT,: ItVERS A CO., or,
DUBOSE- EGLESTON & 0.
July 7- 3 -
BA3&.'O, RIVES & 0
AVE Irdeceis ofll Akinds.
juty 7. it
1ES31 fromt Clarke & White, N k
BACtf' RIVERf ,
July 7-tf .
OR Cake Teing -just rtoblydd.
F 'BACOT,R ERS . *00.,
july 7-tf No. 2, Hotel Wu*ger
Foreign brand a%.d rild
'BAC . R -f 0
BAC.OT, RTVER & CO
ITI L4ips, Wicks, &o.
S.. .z: P 'BACOT, ]RIVERS & CO.
- LACK. White and Green.
Bi BACOT, RIVERS & CO.
S IIERRY, Bt-andy and WVhiskey.
U BACOT, RIVERS & CO.
July 7--tf . No. 2, H otel tRange.
OYSTERS, Sardines, Lobsters, Peaches,
-JMush roongs, Preserves, Sauces, Mus
tards, Plieles, Prunes, R;isdns, Spies, a$.,
BIACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
jurly 7'46--ttf No. 2, Hiotel Rlarge
A -N BAMNACOT, RIVERS& C(.
$D VE R MACE LIJ, ~stCter,' Ngg, Bjs
is ults. BACOT, RIVBS CO.
11011 C~~QUA 0He
A G #EE A ASSO tMlIN' (I ROCE
DuDOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
June 80'66-tf No. 8, Hotel Range,
Coffee, Adamautine Candles, blaeca.
roni and Ml*ed Pickles. At
I KETCHIN. MoIASTBR & CO'S.
'Drugs and MIedicines!
TADD 11RoS. have lately received
.A everrthing usually kept in a first class
DRU,S'IORE, consistinking partof
QuiVfA anfth uhl %iN'.&v
and Gum Opium, Glauber, Epsom and
Rochelle Salts, Rhubarb, Sulphur
and Magnesia, Camphor. Calo
mel and Alum, Jamaica
Ciovedand Nui" oUtduA q ptdercd
Cit. M nevia o y best,)
iAR! y 4gAsu8 Lrg aock
Pat'en i , V roM
Dyes and Toilet Pdw.
ders, Tooth, Nail
All Tinctures, Syrups and Solutions made
in strict accordvnce with. U, S. Dispensato
Prescriptions filled during all hours of the
day and night.
Physicians will do well to give us a call
berore purchasing elsewhere.
may 24'66l-t f
J tJ R' RIN O. E NY fE D'
Ketohin, McMastr'& Coi,
CONSISTING IN PART OF e
AND SAWS, .Pl%nes, Augers, Chisels,
Files of several kInds, Serews, Hinges,
Screw Drivers, Door and Pad Looks, Draw
ing Knives, Steel and Iva. Squares, Com
pasees, fine Cutlery. ,f
Garden Trowe%, lots and torks, Per -L
cass n Capp,.qbiM'a Csrtridgee, Faiieets an
Mola"ses Gatei kad Porcelain lined Sduce
Pans and Proseiing Kettlei,
Shoe.Thread. Wapping TwinN4 Plow Lindef
Well Rope, Sh't.
A fresh supply of "notions" as Tuck Combsi
Dressin Cm,b T Bh ~ Ves6 and
cost ,Ad Be 6 e'Hose,
Ladies' bollars, , Port I dn& e., Linen
Braids aid Tapes Elastic Braid, &c., &c.
Ildn'deA-gMd W i ducew
Tp0iotij thleir Alf
SULcTED sToOK oF
Dry Goods, Hardware, Crockery, HolloW- a
ware. Shoes and fanoy articles. No hung
bug. THOMPSON, WITIjE ,A CO.
Jue 20-1r. .
Gen. Sup'ts OMAf,!*tS. 0.
- C11ARGE OR. 0MEDULE. P
SUP1an1TsXNDVT's OFICs, d
Pharlotte & S. C. Railroad,
Columbia, S. C., June 1, 18606.
0N and after Sunday, the 8d instant, a
Passenger Train will run over thi
Road as folilowb'
Leave Columbia at 4.45 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte 1 1.15 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at - 12.16 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia 7.16 P. M.
-June 5'68 Saerintendent; i
THE RECOGNIZED SPECIALITIES 4
doi, aq b~
Perma let pe4fyey aranteedoe
Gonorrhe, Sypt llis et, Bpermnatorv m.
oft Self-Abuse, and of Oevr possible f*b
of prvayte disease of ever,y nape orna
an itafldIl ft-Uedy for inted,bi,adaes to*i
for ariouTsat$, . ., .
Dr. Jaokson's Pemnale MotlyP 3 t
per box, extts 1*. $5, a sate sad effso t)
remnedy, for all irregularities and obst~. t
4sens, from'whatever cause, Dr, Jaeku4ige .e
Pates 1, 6tot 41S fbir7. .'844 f# ,,
pularoi write, you will promuply , 1.
a kind disorest and es lioit anser~
d,e,..eeon,. Hier rt & Co., op (
.N,RSyoatnbre -Street. Medioines
instpqotioas sent, to s part of the coott',
kv Old Song, set to a New Tmnet
ft ~~ < mIm4tvhRovAn
9e u e R
. esI , . i
> 4 !ng.skQi.- .
.1 e ou Prtl q
I S'l 0I4-PtMel for -pop,
Black and Red Ante, &9., &o.,101,, *Q.
Ti a liquid or wash-used to 4troy, and
also.as a preventive for Bed. ,i 'e, Ne
Costar's" L 0troc Powder for
Is for Nethe* Aeefuitoee, .
408ect4 P1n f14t1, Fow4, Animate, &o'
SW ! ! t BAwaN! I I of all vorhlesgs
&- Seq. that' "Cos-rAs's" niasi9 is oft
koh Box, 41ttlet iZAPPa- beforyou buy.
SW Addrei6j J1ZXf.#1i-COSTAR
W18old - .
All Dtudgvti jod. AIere .everywe0
Duth. Baraos, Weird, &,Ce. (BrOleas,
INORBASE 6P. rAtS,.The erIa
leae 0 0inglish) eSorts -sad po -.
M that on* pair of RMr1hwill ha,
in and deoend4pj,)t0. loss j
4nil#f bI5t 40n, kon.
ime more ' 't onl& u A0.
uman belngst -
"-4Me'-oxvWS "rsemA above.
, 58 rIk . o engages
shooting small birf s orne o.
W (n isi wuruatipg ffte o.
>r. We should like some o* lu
it these pests We need som6 -
4-dpo 9e,-awk italgifr Atim .
-Scientoo AMerivon, AV.
"coTJR8" R' T TERMINA 1I
Uft IE i j WO-e , '660V 1"t
At iineatin meet Id* pk*e 4 or ft.
9y - t 'tqw get' ' DO)
repared, will eat it, and- evety
sta it will de, genesultoat some Is"
4pWbt Las- postible fresw .r u git*kea.
i(A USEKE PER rembld with .0r*m0a
-ed be I . W ., . e.'1
termimo W hqi' qeg It toWduA Xtsp
iction; an~df 4t1S bi'ts1, 94would have
.W e have ti# poskib ise
othing ; but MOoe4a'mAtn aU the'
Aak& out-of Rta.. :A MiepResh,A ARt.a
nid Bed-Bugs, quicker than we oasrnI$c 4
ist bm g#eahdesb aa tIlle4nuty.
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