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WhiAstNTNo, July 28.-Trho Senate has
1onfirmod 0 U. Browning as U4eretary of
the Interior in place of iarlan.
Both House. remftiaed-la session all of- last
a .ho house this morning Stevens rhade
n speech on his tnte bill to restore t he States
to their proper relations in lie Union. in
which he advocates his old 4.oet riie of ne
gro egtality and the policy *' -iving no.
groqs all tile privileges of Iie .
h i , civil and m1iscelbneu i., pyri -it i
:Xill,it r a lung astraggie in tito onfere .-.
'oiniftlee. was 00onIurred in by thw two
Ilouses. by a clowe vote. 'It' in eses the
pay of Memther.. and h* appenide I to It the
bill e1,ualliziig bounties.
Senator Patterson was admitted to hi is
seat thismorning by taking the presreiied
oath of offico. The House lit night, by a
large majority, having refused to modify
the oath in his favor.
Tife bill for the admission of Nebraska
wapassed by the House, and goes to the
President for approval.
Defrees has been removed from the pos
lion of public printor and Gen. Steadman
appointed to ,hut. office.
- 0SCOND DisPATCIr.
WAsHINGTop1, July 28.,-Dixqo was con
firmed as Mini.4ter to lague.
Rogers, of New Jersey, s'ubmitted a re
port, this morning in tie House, ts a mi
.hority of the Judiciary committee, in the
c,se of Davis. Takestio ground that much
4f the testimony before lie committee tend
ing to conn1ct Davis with the assassination
plot was false, and that. lie should- receive a
prellminary hearing, to which every man is
In the Senate this morning a resolution
.w4j passed, after considerable disoussion,
gra'niting the use of arecently erected wood
en building on Pennsylvania Avenue, in
this city, for any lawful purpose, but es
peolally not for meetings hold with a view
to the liberation of Ireland.
The crelentials of liarlan, Senator elect
fromu Iowa for six years from the 4th of
Maroh nbxt, were presented and ordered to
lie on tle table.
This-afternoon both Houses adjourned
FxTRaRa PoINT, July 28.-The steamship
Peruvian. front Liverpool on the 19th via
Londondery on the 20th inst., passed this
afternooi en route to Queboc.
rhe following is the latest, news- via Lon
dondery : %
- L.vsnpb'.. .ily .--The military poui
tion rem i1 iich41ngeUl. Great forces are
;Qncet4trating on both mides of Vion.
Tie Mandur says Iitat Prussia has agreed
to alibsttin front heilitic. flt- five days, pro
vidol that .Ari4 agiens to do the same.
aad give hei decision oia the basis peopomed
withlin that period
T ie news from the Great Eaistern con.
tines vesry tuiS!tury About. 'I) miles
of t he Atltlio cIl - had boen lal
Tine steatohip lorrison frin Qv fh.- ar
rivel at Lor%doitelacy on the 11th. and the
Oity Preston fr otms Now York arrived at
'oenstgwu oti the 18.
a rioiansging Coenpaiy had sue
ptletde, liabil1iis at preset, are unaknowa.
- 14 l's s'epor'teid that Austtia haud decidpdly'
kotuised to Accept ,Prussia's coniditfons for
peace, The Monitesr denries thait.. the Frenach
an artd medilator in the diafRettity The
, h' CotMP.ROfAT.
.5Cption h~a$ declined fmpeme . ,.. -'ries
for t49.ree.k have beenm 71,il i hA: i. ,ly
(Fhedayales are est imtuat ed p, ':4.h) , bises.
theiytet' dtealn~ atea-ly ; hi.l-ifing Or.
leanC s l dtid at.14j d, ant'l Mid(la g Up.
Sangs 4 14)d.. Br'eiAsLufs 'very dull
Corn easier, Provisions dull. U. S. 5420's
. 1Wgates from 3d iistrict of Ohio.
CfNUINWfA'E, July 28.-Vallandigham and
J.udge Gilmore yesterday were appointed
delegates to the PhIladelphia Convention
from the 3d DistrIct of thIs State.
liew York Market.
Niw Yor, July 28.-Gold 149j Cot
Ion steody but dull, and unohanged. South
ern Flour steady, Wheat, firr but quietl.
.Beef uncbanged Pork heavy at S8I.g6.
Lard steady. Sugar firm. Coffee edtet
anp fIrm. 3Molasses dull.
' B &CON BIDES;
LOW FOR 0 ASH.
A GENBRIAL A880RTMFENTOP GROCE.
puBO8B flGLESTON & CO.,
.Ynna A&OU.tf No. 8. Hotel Rang.
Tb4 Siutlon of Affairs-Mapolo0's DIf
Culties, &c., &c.
The Paench mediation encounte.s
diflicnlties; hit these lie in the nature of
the-contest, and the Emperor is not the
man to shrink from fairly meeting them.
Speaking only of the present, we ninst
ackuoledge that we do not so in 'the
acts of the French Government any sign
of that precipitancy which the hopes of
of some and the fears of others have
snggested as :ertain to characterize
his 1ionsi towards the bellfgerents.
lHe has as yet done nothing to preclude
tIW parties to the war from availing
thiesel-e.i of his friendship to effect a
raplprochement. ''hie conditions of peaco
!irv Mil tnli-r lisens-4ion, and somn mis.
:irehen4ions have been cleared away.
Vo<nssi, it is nIow seen, is lot fighting
or : he deetruction of Austria, but only
I coIIpel a recogiition of its plan of
V. co, sTirntiii tle German nation. Ita
1y Is compelled to assert its claim to be
trettedi as an independent power, posses.
sig fihe faculy of making alliances and
d,miandiniig recognition ; Austria fights
for honor. It is proper to believ- that
the policy of tift Emperor of the Fr,e:ich
is comprehensive enough to allow room
for the adjustment of'these dispositions,
which he tust have foreseen when he
proposed his mediation, and at presnt
we peiceive no evidence to the contrary.
Froi the seat of war we hear of the Con
tinned advance of the Prussians, whose
headquarters to-day are to be removed
to Brunn. The Austriais, who are
brm'ging together the remainder of their
former army of the north and reinforc.
ing it with corps from Venetia and other
provinces, appears to be forming a front
extending from Bruni, to Olmutz. The
centro and left of the Prussian army are
moving upon those citivs, btt their right
wing is moving by Igilan, which makes
it douhtful whether the Austrians catn
remaii on 'the line before mentioned,
where they would be in danger of hav
ing their felt flank turned. From ltaly
we learni that Cialdini has occupied
Rovigo withont opposition. A Vrench
journal states that he is advancing on
Padna; we have not yet heard, however,
that lie had passed the Adige. King
Victor Xmanntel has been to Forrara,
Cialdini's point of departure. The tele
gram which represents him as having led
an army into the Tyrol is evidently
erroneous. The Bavarians have been
heaten by Prussian General Mantenfl'l'
rivar Kisengen. It is worth notice that
tie contingents of tile smaller States of
North Germany are beginning to take
part in the war under Prussian com
mand.-London Daily News.
TtrE NEcw ATTORNEY-GExnTA,
'ijo Ion. Henry Stansbry, who bra
.jnstbeen confirmed by the Sen-te as
Attorney-Goneral of the United Btates,
a as horn at Za.nesville, Ohio; graduat.
ed at. Ohio University, at Athens,
Ohio ; wasIdinitted to thQbar in 1824,
and coinmenced practice at Liancaster.
Ohio, soii after, and is at present about
.Zeventy years of ago. He studied law
seven yeara before commencing to prac
tice, and immediately took high rank
anmongjitrists. He was A ttorney Geha
r.0 ot ihid mndor a portion of the ad,
ministratioii of Governors Bartley and
.Rebb, from about 1845 to 1848, and
reeAsiwd his profession in Cohtmbus,
Ohio, until 1854, and- then moved to
Cincinnati, whera hs has been *ever
since, though nominally. residing in Coy
ington, Ky, In politics, lhe was first a
Whig, then a Republican, and. finally,
a stunch inembell of the Union party
th:at elected Mr. Linc6ln arid Johnson,
iio the platform oftwhich lie still adheres.
Her. i nio t he moacomplished law-.
yrinthe Uited Stattes.
(OENERAtL BCAUREGOAR1 (N 1EUaOPE.
--The Londeon corresspondent of the
New York Times writes:
G--nieral Beiaregard was well received
ini l'.ng.land in priviitt circles, but I do
no.:Ib-arn that he lied the shightest ofi-~
en1 r."-ognit ion. Bnt in Fi'rance it was
far. em lerwiRe. He was sent for by the
Emiip.'ror, with whom he had a long and
eeomfilemia,l interview at the Tnileiws;
afte.r which he converged with two
Miniustrs of Statti, M. INouher an'iM.
Drotnyn de t'huys, anil aken in a Skte
carriage be' ;he legislauive chamber, It
is reported, as, that he haa had and
declined-"the oerito ike the oommand
of the BoieinIatn ainy;
The Battle of Shdowa lias beeni'
great viefory fby the' rifuuan . army ;
the troops fonglit with the as*deter.
mined cowrwp;. they stood for honri
under the tesrnble fire, -for there are p
ptiked'to hasJe4Sen nearly one t1todna4e
five hmtnr'd pi~ .in anaion, qfwhich
seven hdtn4t4sni ilty Wes rumss
The immediate eaus.e the Yictory 'qw
the brown tris's attaok on. We 4.p*
trian left flankp hich ts? U1 p0.
tion, bet- }eMach iR fiefst
eteat ott the isUti% qala,
sniht :atusethe #.
Foi ONa FAR.r-The South Cr.roKt.
na, the Qhnil'fte and South Catrolitia,
the .Greenvill and the Blue Ridge
Railroads will transport d-legates to and
fromthe Convention for one fare.
RASPRICRIKS AND BLACKUItHIS.
All suckers tint are not noe<lid fo ma
king now plants are to be cut off as fast
as they appear. Tie the lanes now
growing for next year's fruiting to the
trellis or stake.
Married, at "PalniettQvillc)* Arkan,
sas ltiver, Arkansas, May 10th, 1866,
by the Rev. Mr. 1iallar, AIiss IAT
TIE BE.TON, eldost daughterI'f Riot
DULIN, Esq., to JAmEs N.' ATIInaT,
-all formerly of South Carolina.
Charleston News and Columbin M-.
nix copy and . send bills to this offiei.
0N tho first Monday in August will be sold
at public auction'tat (he residence of
the late John Walker. All the personal
prOperty of the decensed. Consisting bf
sundry articled of Merchandise.
TNE IIOUSE1OL P
TEnats:-All sums under Ten Dollars
Cash, over Ten Dollers, a Credit. of ninety
days, note with two approved seorities.th
be given before the goods are renioveil. , %
. JNO. H1. CATHCART, Exr.,
LOT of fine country Lard. A 19t of'Ane
country Bacon, just received and for
KETCIIIN, McMASTE & 'Co.
J U S T'' R E C E I V E D,
Ketchin, MeMaster & Co.,
CONSISTING IN PART OF
MIAND SAWS, Pianes, Augers, Chisels,
IFiles of several kinds, Screws, Hinges,
Screw Drivers, Door and Pad Lock!k, Draw
ing Knives, Steel and Iron Squares, Com
passes, fine Cutlery
('aiden Troirels, Itoes and Forks, Per.
cussion Cape, Colt'd Cartiidges, Faucets and
Molasses Gates and Porcelain lined Saupe
Pans and -Pr"servIiit ettles.
Shoe Thread. Wrapping Twine, Plow Lines,
Well Rope, Shot.
A fresh supply of "notions" as Took Combs,
Dressing Combs. Tooth Brusies, Vest and
Coat Buttons, Ladies' Belts,- Ladies' 1ose,
Ladies' Collars, , Port ,Mounulei, Lin
Braids and Tapes Elastic Braid, &o., &o.
A fipq lot BACON SID)S, direct from
A Bal.imnore. . For sal.e1i *t onsh by
BAGOT, RIV#S & CO., -
july ,17-tf No. 2, Hotel Rnge. -
jARRELS of Extra Family. 'Paltimobre
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.
. july 17'66-tf No. 2, lotel R;ige.
FO .SL BACOT, RIVERS & 40
*Jutly 7-tf . No. 2. Hotel'Range.
FOkR F'AMILY USE.
ADAM ANTINE CANDLES, Arrow Root.,
.1Tapioca Starch, Salts, Lemon, for ex
tracting stalns, Cream Tartar, Cooking
Soda, Extract Vanilla, Ginger. Black Pep
per, Indallible Ink, Haft Externinator.
Also, best Rio and Java Coffee aod'Sugar.
Just received- by
' ETCIlIN, McMASTER & CO.
FINE~ HYSON TEA, Best Rid
FCoffee, Adamaitine Candles, Macca
RHTOCHIN. MoMASTE R & CO'S.
*Rule to Plead.
The State ollouth Caroli'na.
- N. TRB coxxoN PLERAS.
HR. L. Elliott5
,a. . Attaohme~nt,
Joh Adger, '
- IIEREAS the Plelntiff d4on' tie
7V th da oflIay, A. D. 1566 1sir
Deshat4n a heDeft 96
o o bn' oh
FACTORS AND COMMISMION MERCIIS
N0. 5, EXU IA.VOR SkvEEr.
CIAUiFSTON, 8. C.
W1t. 0. DUKES, T. C. It. nUKjq,
1o4 1(. U. prUqi aO.
NEW S'RING fGOUS
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
uAticOE T'tr OL D 89-''AND,
287 King t., 3 (oors Below Wrentworth
'1ae now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and American, which are of the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing o# for barter *ith them, 6ur
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
Plantation goods in evey variety.
Tlis-beiij a busy season with the planter
,nhl' Iw --A to visit the citi, orders :o
Compai-d witi, city reference will incet
hi11 P1rompt,sat lention.
N. It. -iSnples, with price 1ists, Fent to
'any part o' th'e State. Our stock consists
in p1r t. of
Whild Osnaburghp. Striped Osuaburge,
14u lenims. Brown Denims. Heavy Brown
Sirtngs, Fine Sea Island Brown Shhi tinge
Blahed Shirtings. Bleached and Brown
Shirtiige, 6-4. 9-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue Homespuns. Bleached
ah4 Brown Drills, Black French Broad
clotlhs. Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
Ih'd piede, Towels, Towelings. Linen Damc
ask, jill qualities, Calicoes, all qialies,
Dres Goods, Domestic Gigghams, Fine
Scotch Ginghamp, Strihk Silks nid Black
Silks, Colored Iuslins, in every variety,
Fiu o French Muslins, White and Black
Goods, Fnrmqrs' Brown Linen Duck Farm
crs' Bro*n Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Together with every variety to be found
in our line; which we offer at
WitOLE8ALF AND RETA It,.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a very
small advance on Agents' prices.
We would respectfirtly ord1 the attention
of the Planters, Mel'charts. and the citi.
sens generally of Fairheld District, to oun
n'dvertisement. and solicit a call from thedo
should they'visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO..
No. 287 King St., 8 doors below Wentwortji,
Charlesdn, S 0.
TH. C. STOLL, Charlesto,
If. C. WALKER,
Gen. Sup'ts Office, . & S. C.
CIANGE OF NCHEDULE.
Charlotte & S. C. Railroad,
Columbia, S. C.. June 1, 1866.
N4nd after Sunday, the 3d instant, ri
Passenger Train will run over this
Road as follows :
Leave Columbia at 4.16 P. M.
Arrive at. Charlotte 11.15 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at 12.15 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia 7.16 P. M.
June 5'06 Superintendent.
letter Pages for two
a Deng SUN^ 6.
THE RECOGNIZED 8PECIALITIE3 OF
]Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Lon
dotn..obert. erbert, M. D., fron Philadel.
ptia, atnd Dr. Eugene Velpeau, formerly of
ibe, London and P'aris Venereal Hospitals.
Permanent atid apeedy cures guaranteed of
Gonorrhea,. 8yphillis, Gleet, Spermatorrhowa
or Self-Abuse, and of, every possible form
9f private disease of every name or 9atatrd
Jpt.-Herbert's Anti-Alcoholic Compoundi
a unfailing re'nedy for intemperance ; writ4
Ma.Jount nin of Light, 800 pages, 100 plates,
60'oents, 3 for $1.
, Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly Pills; $1
per b'oi extra fine $5, a safe and effectuul
remedy, for all irregularitie.s and obstruc
tions,'from. whatevor Qause, Dr. Jackson's
Ouiental lnvigorating Liniment, $2 pet but.
ti6. Sendl for circular. Genuino French
Safln. S1, 63 for $4,12 for $7. Send for cir4
cellar and write,.you will promptly receive
a kinid, discreet, and explicit answer. Ad.
'dre Des. JaQcson, Hlerbert, & Co., or siJm
ply P,4. Box 486, Cinciinnati, Ohin. Office
No: 167 Syco.aore Street. Medicines and
issruct ione e'at to any part of the country
y A1R5F L D5TRICT.
Ex Parte ~ Bill to
C. D. Melton, .)* Perpetuate
Soir Northern Cfrouit'. Te stimony.
JENNET DOUGLASS, having filed her
lPtitots undete sb0ve Bill. -In' order to
perpetuate the testimolny to the petet exist
tenee, loss and 'contents of a Deed' of Convey.
ence, to him of a certain tract of land,
situati iu lalrIeld District, on the Veitors of
I,ittt, r, btheIr at Law o lean.
der IJ ,-as decd. All parties interested
ae niotiled to appear at the expiration of
three monithi from this date, to crosesexaun
In. tl5. tiesse that may be litoditeed, and
-. Iwt 1elamSam
AIn.Old Song, set to a New Tues
i'As spring approaches
Ants adil RoacAes
Proni their holes ?,one out,
And Nlee and Rati,
in spite of cats,
y skip about."
18years established iaiN . iy
"Only infallible remedies ii6*t."0
"Free froffi Poisons."1
":Not dangerous to the 11mniii ramnily."
"Rats 00ome out of their holes to' die."$
"6C0fAter'%9" Rnt, tnel, &C.. E'.
Is a paSft -used for Rats, Aiie, Roac hes,
Black and Red A n1s, &c., &o., &c.,. &o.
"Coster'0" Bed"Bugt ExtersailsIa.,
I1 6 liquid or wash-used to destr oy,
also is a preventive tbr Bed-Buga, &o.
"Cstr'"JLeetj4j Powder for
is for ot-s, osquitoes, 'leas, oed-Bugs,
1insct On Pdnti, bo., Animals, &o.
SW ! I i Birwash - sOf all worthless
Nw- See that "Coodra' nani is on
each Box, Bbttle, and F1 eyou buy.
S" Address,- OST
4Qr Sldroa aay, N.Y.
AMl Drubgists and Retailers everfwhere"
sfput hi. Barnis, Wdrd-& Co., New' 006ns,
INCREIASE OF RATS,--The Pa'rmer's
Gazette (English) asserts and proves by fig
ures that one pair of RATS Will have a pro
geny and decendants no less than 651,050
in three years. . Now, unless this immense
family can be kept down, they wQuld con
sume more food than would sustain '65,000'
W See "Clos-AR's" aUvertieni6fit above.
RATS versus BIRDS.-:Whoever engages
in shooting small birdWis a cruel maii;.who
ever aids in exterminating ratsW tn bene'fac
Lor. We.should like some one to give us
the benefit of thidr exkericne' in driving
out, thcse pests We need sothething be
sides dogs, cats, and traps for this buiness.
-Scientic American, V. .
f. See "CoSTA n's" advertisement above
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR is'
simple, safe and stire-the most perfect
RAT-incation meeting we have ever att'end
ed. Every Rat that. can get it, properly
prepared, will eat it, nMid every one that
eats it will die, generally at sonie place a a
distant as poselbe froh W'e it was taken.
-Lake Shore, Mich, Mirror.
SWe S-"CoNTan's" adeortisement above.
H1 ollSEKE EPERS troubled with ve'rmin
need be so no longer, if they use "CosTAR's"
Exterminator. Wohiaveiqsed it to our satis
faction ; ai if a box~ ooin$6, ',4 would have '
it. We have tried poisons, but they e(eeted
nothing ; biut "Cost ar's" article kcnooks the
breath out of Rats, Miee, Roaches, Ants,
and lied-Bugs, quicker than we can writesit.
It is in great detuand all over, the eoitstry.
-MIendiha, Ohio, Gazette.
38, See "CosT An'S" advertisement above.
A-V1OICE~ FROM THE FAR W%8T.
Speaking of "Cds'Thn's" Ila, Rodolt, Ant
&o., Exterminator-"more grain and p o
visions are destroyed aeinvally iji 0'n'
County by vermin, thAY# Would paf for pr
of this Rat arid Insect le.-aee ,
Wis., Heald. rs"t~rl6kn ~~*
PARMERS AN-D HOUEKEEPB146
shouild recolleob. that hutidreds of do1.)rs
worth of Grain, Pro'vlsions; bto,, 'nte an
nually destroyed by Ip~ts, bilet, sAt., apd
other tnisent's a$id Vrr in---;g1l # 'itoh een
be-prevented by a- few. dellers' worth ot
"COSTAR'S'' Rat, Rooseh, Ant, Mo., Exter
minator, boigtbt and utebei Ey,
All "CealT s"advDeti.esesbe,