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U'I eiiceso10:1, f death hitsit brtem t)MJaeU
op luvi asrn-, whiIe. 'cPt berjiee been;I~.9 a"'
qujtted. , Fhll~ beliciingiu tlkt Inailm 4A
gOfornttnlat, tal soi avity *Uf civil ptenihoo
MGMze ftQc mWist tlded- pCT.ol)8 who hxvo -cfi
gS'Al lIn revoitutionary attempts Wthich lislee
%jimi eitoueslaild, if) uniullunu and tinwiie.,
eusie )Qeou~oien, ittio-vWe tivd te Aiwc
~'ictd peao~e;m~, inlg .tueteinod by a
culightein-l 'and '&efuaaee :;Mdgment. -will it
is Itoped, induols if) tfitil' czioo all oxerc:e
oef clemenecy, anod Ajudi3ioUma mam:ma to &II
'01o were engaged inl the. nioveauicut. Collux
Sol h~p becit efmplo)yed by. lte (OuYejrnzntt
to dete'zi'l ciizto (fl the I'nte~. S~tmwt on
trial for c.isital offeces in - (tiai a nd a
disco~ntinuaance of thle jlra eeleito wleiet
Wvte-ifestitlite ini the eeij us' the Litited
Staloff against thoe vwho. toeok PaIrL in Lieu
ezpcedition. ham been tlirtc l.
i leav rOg AVIe the exp'editiona tap not oindY
~oii~lir tt ned turo, but iq telo i, tar
itewam're iurt'ign lfreu tho llnted Sute'Y III
Pnti*V will, LtIl 2fljit 0 t "iV ' iv il lr-i.' e,
and isy Strtlaee, 1i' 11
tl.i C(ln',fl t tt.; i"i~e I t ill
Lamiflhiigt P.4 1s' 1 *
laned had ms1i'ereJ Lt. it,(. -- iia' ~' jN4
h tyerriDent during K,*: tot' .j!'f
'weriom. Thec poera'iee 'ia' i!2'e
4.hieflv :saata'eh .%ft O tt.t ., Uflt ' y, fL')
WhvrPn 11141, lwhile' 0 othereha eiti not .'.t
e;1tiz-tDO5 14 *bol Vteri''. Stnuit m r, l.sr otir jn
tfiisg'e 1891'Srm'a 1A e lr'leerad a k1 oiitelv ar
in 1'er l Ige fii iti ol oitainodl viie'
th'' F2.. itti tts.ci o O tir.4 i U 1~ Jit stil AIM
Irelare.J the? flo It jeii-ee '"irimlfo'it h-to,"
deenvel it aie.Cc. rv Ito ~ alit, . Iit .:.f
),all-ca etrpi.. if, thiat ceouili v. Thi".'. i:Il..
Cmlon k:4tr ceiIa tfeeet:1 e'e tyli
eepireie- which 'A,! ti!lt --flipi %i e lkav l-11 e.
t'-r t ieot] i n rii-.4!ti It ito e'pe1;' tiit v x11'iV VS.
ly prv.iibil'tA toy eli i.vitiaelit '.. ; A.
111)4r.' thpe.y 01teal i ii iil . e o e
i ~ ~ ~ ~ -4. iitel. titlee~usi lt
ieil and I'.ilie1ii it ot f -)w'
inl itomr, lf'i1ree by nei Ai hiitde r. iar %.,
piring in thp e'tri~len : i'jeoie .o lEuroepe. I
Iteeo tifflo. OtfAP1 16et'e V ,til! i.f lo?1 ou (ilT.
11rntIifa"ft oaigttat Its~he~e )IVll 0 'i j ilii'f
l'heill.'overm,retti liq ileitrte' f- *till pr r.
I t it , r A toilLI1 P. ;et-i i!it'l iq mlt el f'l'
.1%atri.irtion. ai ln..~4'O'~~.iIi
C.-ii~nied a r ijllt to h1AI oi :1 :4 . t1 1 h l A 111'.
C l~.0 till havei itn" ieirate( tcd m jjkd ' -! teI rl'-1
Itill.itpil inl th(, Ui.ted *3tmse';. anet :ete'r
flatit!c "'eair, to lte ptofr: flefa a-',rlia
iary , !rvic ina 1114., uviiien'r a,, res'ai.terit
lfllbji'e~t %. Ceeailai tilt ali j ft.ne 0.
0 i Ian i ftI I kei1 a Ce 'f 1 1:0a1(i i te y P r re is 'i iiifi -
balp tiarrcetf-3ro be'en tit a k-f coniIr'5vt'i4e
he'iweaf tilI ' fai1ld Stf afet eu11d totre"ee
1.tiop,-ar 1'.,Yf'rd. meoid ltqi it a 111n4 .,t
;o.e'Jileiet Iiprtll lie f.' ilei e't L ,e'te (tlii
Ifilloa an rx.amia l dt iil' I I t;.% in l,* c,
P'Iuspia, 11.10v. and Ataelri' cri- if
airknteiedga'el thm Hll(h ef a pi tiitl te,
il!a lhat not prirc uzlly ilsqp tt'Ittl p'ti It
1':aficf, b.%3 bters riumlly l't'rbriih! ;i4 tid
?Ptii tsia htit e*'e40 a C'~iflde ie e
not bircf acrelpt ed toy tbe' V'rit ete 6iat'.
Vcee:e if neow feieviiliiag Pvet'rNvrf li'i is
lo~p. and the feroic4ot iere.jl I.. Ioi le a tier 'rre
ble tilboc for au i ee.scro in liv Ciogrtt i Nf tle
priucip'le, too lotic inaii:ain oil 'ret iee E x ecii
WINNSBORO, S. 0,
9EO, S C, D . I.I 1806,
D.~~~ :L .:7,iil,.s<o a ~ '
Tilo (JottWon 01ro) of 1600.
la tifre Charleston 3f euer of m !ai
date, w, aind a k(ry int orostinig -irtih
wieb a ars :. a e-mdenlt ion 'f a
1t. r t fl m I -I s I Ie r I- I Ita.IP Ity rIII
w i h has pa1id pa-ti.nl:r. i
thea -itton er.;p. Ftz.,i tit. re-port if
ia a:i thait Alabiiina; will far Im";
erpfor 18 1;while I.-uisian and
M i *: i. . viI, . l i ld, fr i : t a :11,
per 'in -f the:gr wit tin. Frit
CIV VTe. pr.uni
)~~~~~ai ~ ~ r f Iaar Ii '1 l i ara, ai ll
p;t ai l. ii r . s .:h d ,
iv*. T.' -,~to ja' lo i en .i ';f th..a lag
li- t %il ia t hie la rp for I mai il
ale I por .- itar t h ro :o ta
- :.rinced f rn. r.: viol phni i rs dif
f .r a t. .ll hr 4e fr th Ie pIr' a
T h. I I I of 1.1 a t is e rl:,
IAa pvr on! of th, er. fOr 1 840, h
eat*.ion i . ie in Oti pl .t u ar
)lo ine].l w, r in1r' ,d 4 that hit
ino -M pf r rfent ho-ss h; thl 'l
eenf-rmn wa il m it h i l. tul:i n 1
. a :: . ! o d . - -. ft b i . t t i . t. V I .
ail*1a~l ;aaii i ril S''to a.; ul Ia11 i
t 1h: d If f h. e n :r:a lit y .t fa m r n
p'l-ntl . th. I, th re %,. ai he , in-toa
-'aiD p ni. . i 1rI I..p 19W 18
ml e1 in( II i riri b' :li'%tie,. H. po
Stil t i~ i~ahlkn~ wild~g tllaa' I tar
iv a t' a..!. 'll" b r ih .r wa e ab
9..l~ ni~a i~tai t ' ' 41 i i . i 1 h i. 111i
hr ut :w I o :Oir ie pro-..r iii pt-r ;..
h.el rui"h a'd W t.arae . \lu.- f i
has goon tI- .'a bunbi-:. :,--me to l'heah
t:l'. :ol S WO to, C-inden . A nd -\V
v eow hasg 'ne te I;: i-r I Pt
hopw onw-tenth has beQ widub in Ah
ai~ S.\.Na if %ti hego, there ughll
toa t,;I r h-turn of 1000 ba l. t fer o(tt.
Of 1111 [ r- i ts toa-'h, Ietmtiglrd tolt 11t
Tl o.ivry Dlo a i(' 'htn t fr..m t h, ly lbi
Kra. th01t i, there woul i the oil
,bont ' mii Ic ritl 1tra fr thi ( I bot i'tt, i
. hfill privih'tui o ' i' il ag oot iol. p
W All im rn.. t i be.ing t__nar! I
itf tea . i l::--; (tow n th-ordle reen
siderti n adc o i., vllh.,t ar 11 N.1 til <
hol uteir''a co 10n ftr:u bib-p . .110
M-r--u adve vry 'Ilyfcns : tl
St j~il i l l known'ai~ th t he epart
ptart f ht- .a.-tn a cihl can 'd t'
wetor ~latgasy an thiup wcei f tll(w
by a ter i. hg ofboh pbra
-noi th durat 5 II i on .'i i .- at tetn itv
tn the rop~s at p ssibnd y be' atnyr t
curie, wh a ~ fav ral 'llfor huverti
mene i tt I ' asaae tt l i i th.:l(it, awb am I
aiti 1(. unt t ins tdown a' -ia ou i t os tak
tadvaie hof forit ed rates.. Vlll Ale~
theIs Oiealrs atea'srdt ha e bh-na~ .adi
oltidin tot, rie to itcpar rel I v lue.
Jellesnaia -His~er Pilson uife Witiha
.serton t h';. gothrhte kIlI ive dneshi
af M-.r K hiM ater &a aC.
wenwe r pbmite to ead th "aPin
oIhiefe o .waiferot Dadi..,b Dr
Cr e. u ihnteropin~ the -blth
wa, unpleasant fIr us. ar e inte-ri'upt
ti t We di otedw heipe
sil e oo old miand5 naty bh tim
btmisplaced~l the mascipt. 'ow
and may ve n>t eav literally "vile"
When viewed by a Southern man
JolT'erbon Datyii lies in that frowninj
fortres the very embodiment of al
tbat. is great, ,noble and honorabl ii
man . Ili greatness is4 a part of thl
4overimient of the United 'tate
ibeii that (0 o;vern ment stood proudl
4upported by "Truth, Justice and th
Const itution. HIis nobility is Intor
woven inextricably in the beauty an
virtue of that (G overnient. when i
was a j1ust ole. A tiA his' honor il
Lhre, aA it ahways haa Sheen unim
p h by any honorable main ; ait
every Southern man knows that i
I i )Se creaings prs ..us wvere thirowl
pe ,and ',J l.rs> lD vs w r, tolt(
t hat wi world %w as r:W his Ipr viime
"ad", :and he were_ ;.%uldwith thI a
ris e!.., ith:a'tou he imight be
tA.' hi+z o I h,- llttermost pigrt.L I%
t e . th. Ihe er , Iir It %all fr.nn i.4
I hLat ho4ldiS hinii vaptive. ti
e .n. be.,.:their j-diceial tribunals
woud b rgn.:JI to,) it' 114t with t h,
diligh- of a love'r t., the il.'l u.f hi
heart, at leu't, w i;h his pm.itaness
,Suchl ii .Jefferq-!n ni~s: asc of th'
S it hlll k at himi.
. Viig rouid with it,, dear .rader
to' the North face of that. grim ol
1' ' rt re'. W hat o we here beiiold
- we1 inon , as pitizred and. vixewed by
Northern iman. Ther. deservdol
t inl thew giant walls, i.s th
vevI 0emibodi iment of hideoust di Alo)val
y. Wrds fail us1 to d;.ict t hot
I ' sipeotre. "L1et Ik 1!.clak ing"e hainl
iheavily about him," says ho ; "i
Inulllsic, to iny 0ars. -
110I th.- 4"uthorn mlan mu11'.t not for
get that that N-athern phase of th
publ1ie Ihr lero l tero Dlhvi., i
tOhe 1i1. thiat the "1.est CausO" i
vi '..ul ilk. Hom-i . if .Mr. Davis i
pu1i1unilhed to the leithi either b s,!um
111d I' n ish Ineit or by a 1 ingeri
doath in prioi. it is meant to be th
NCrher ideaF t ti4:e .1s it oulght t
b mtte u d m to the Southern peole.
We rgret tihis, atl eoild wish tha
ihl feelit' at th. N'Oh towards th
nthirn pople' as e xpresd in thei
tre.i'tit of Mr. IDvi. we ro vthc
thir, it 1,. If ho dies in prison, -or i
executed tihe North an1d the ,So)iut
mnay for ayN Ia he fined together b)
po t y ni II lyq o: ity 1nVe'-r
t k - v .1 4 eptli. 'it itti hearts (r
ni. r ' ievo'"'i ()III natil we Wil
r IO. 'erv . Ai lIongI a' th ro is a 'Con
ap-o;.le, seek it f. ' ai~'oluti by arm
./n of'~i the si iin' political count ry, a
It xedl sporter:< oif thet same hug
;'vo'rituitwalt a ma1c ohinery i~ &wO will for
intrning, anid neveri will we agai1
1:ake' d1own ou r harps i o4tu ithei w illow:s
wher thenowluin, t jolin w~il
tlitu ' it in lg ing songstoIieya
th "a ey woship :4nd ad ore" he r.
B.asi t h .' is on I .1 .' of Jec Ifferfo
Mon day the T1hirdl - Sao Daiy,
Crowdis t':ie t' t Iown la:st 'Ialnday
body see0''med to be: ini gotd sp irits, am
hiere' sei'mied to he a good deald of spir
it 5isverIalit, bo les.
Ilowever', .'aies went olT many1)) and a
fast as our f cet iousu fiend, Mir
\Vodiar4d, ginerally d isposesi of thai
meri wats thet seal oft a f'ew salies. TJh
stamp of thei Court of FEquity's d1ecree
wa.' vi.sible on &itveral-'. Among th
tat ter' sales' was one of a hunid red acre
ofland for thirty-cighit dio~ars. Thir
ty-e'ight cents for an aiere of land! wau
regarlided, and1( so pronlouniced, as
dIimfiinut ive prie. A tfriend t ho.ughti
was worth thrat much to ra ise rabbit
Somefl aIceolut of the saleIs will b
1 t'ract, 100 acres,sholdl for 38en
per it'rel; I triact, 150 aeres, for $9.0
-an acre ;I tract, 3084 aeres, for $5.7!
an acre t traet, 5-15 aures, t'or $2.01
an .aoare ; 1 tract, 3182 acres, for $3.2d
an acre ; I tract, 333-acres, for $.4.31
Only ono.sixth of the 'above puirchals
inioniv as east.
1 tiet, 10-i acres, $100 f'or thi
wihle ; I iruet, 37I0 es, $500 fo
the wholh'; t ract, 2.0 acre, $324
Theo Atlantio tabloe'r -the Scienitific.
Five cupst work the brattery let weel
H~oarts Contenit and Valentia, Irelrand
:while it taikes ffty to work the line be
tween New 0rloans and Mobile, T.
Iformor:- costs twenty.lvo .to thirt,
dollars,'and raqst be renewed eor
:week. 3 From the 1st 'biovenibor th
rates UfthIi.ltle~ntio icabl~o woro to
duced. one-half. ,They would hav
04 ''i~e redmce .o,!d .. . o ce
I that immense expenditures- had been
inourred in unueogessf d attempts,
Six millions of dollars were sunk be
fore the Atlautic cable proved a muc
coss. The successful corm pany has. a
3 'capital of three millions. The'- aver
4 ago daily income of the line was up-to
November the first, five thousand ' dol
lars, one day they reached ten thous
and. Fifteen words a minute can be
sent over the line. There are two ea
bies underetho same directory, and
they can at present ates, earn about
forty millions annually. But tie
iost remnarka'nle fact connedted with
j the cable is, that a battery no larger
thant the cap of a gun, with no more
Slicpuid thian would equal the bulk of a
lad.'Is tear, has sent A message tbrough
t tie Atlantie cable. It is perfectly as
Thio XXXIX Oon1gTess.
Dee, 4. One iviportant feature in
tie seuond dlay's proceedings of the
presot- esslon of Congress was Senator
Suminer's announcement that he would
ioztradwaee. a bill to declare the right
of Congress to exclude the late rebel
iouS States from representation in
that body, -and from voting, on the
The blenat-) reinswd to consider V r.
Chanidhirt neiion to take up the bill
ainentdiig. the Act. of 1862, so as to take
away the p3wer of the Presidont to
. graint- anmbeity and11 pardon.
. In the Honse Mr. Went worth intro.
l dieed resolItion3 i nsi.4ting upon the
adoption of theConstilutional -A meid
m1ent, before the Hiouse wil consil.
. tie propriety of giviig relpresentation
to the Southern States. Adopted.
Mr. Broomal, of 'ennsiylvania, mov.
ed to instrhuct the Committee on Terri.
tories to inquire into the propriety of
e-ieding the territorial organization, so
as to enbrac" the States lately in insur
C rection. Adopted.
1ThM Joint Commit tee on Ieconstrue
tlin has befin revived.
Dec. 5. NeObraska will apply for ad.
inmi;ion as a State. 11.r Sena to; a and
.RpresentatiYes eleet are already in
In the Senlate all the Standing (om.
mrittees now have as Ciirment those
who Are opposed to the President.
- Tile Aihl of- whih Svnator Snter
gve notie he would introhieo, was
read and ordered to be printed.
In the Sotnato Mr.' Wilhanis introdue
ed a resol .tioni of inquiry into the pow
er of the j'residont to reature conthecated
Th osepse a bill, providing
s ntd tts whot ah valys remained
1->yal the--e, andi did r.oL vohmtnarily
give id~ and encouragenment to any pe'r.
son~s engaged in rehellion, shall bring an
action) to recover dia mage. for injnry to
person or property,.or the v'ahie thecreof,
no sueh act ion shall be defeateid or any
deee allowed, by virtue of authority
of the late so-catl,ld Confederate States
of A merica, or any State dclared in re.
belint by proc'lamnation of- the Pri
dnofthen Uitmed States.
Mr. Moerriul gave n-tice that lie wonild
call usp, ont Monday no et, the District of
-Columbia negro snffrage bill.
In t he lionso, MIr. Wi lliamis reatd a
enth'ritten.argment, on the bill re
uaigap1.oint mentsq to atnd remrovals
from ollice. ie was ver'y severe upon
the P'residetnt,. whom he said~ hadl be
trayod his party and country. Several
ame'~ndents were offereud to hbll, which
was made the special ordet for to motr.
Lot Thorn Have it Out,
o. The President last Spring called.
s Sumner and Forney andl other pronui
-nent opponents by various titles not
ausuelly fannd in genteel vocabularies.
"Dead duck, Tray, Blanch and Sweet-.
theart," were freely appliod by Ilis
E xcellen oy to others. They per contra,
bandy certain titles with him. Now
why should *ve of the South trouble
oturselves about. lh is qtuarrcl in the great
political family 1 Lot. theni have it all
H) lon. Jaos. 13. CarnpbeH?, one of the
R!lepresentativos in the State Legisla
lure fromt Charleston, -wits on the 5th
elected Unitel States Senator to f11'the
vacaney that wvill be occasioncd by the
expirat ion of the term of service of
Hon. J, I. Manning, on the dlth'of
r Death of Capt, Robert Brico.
Our District has lost a worthy citizen
n I the destth of Capt. hR ,bert Irice', whIo
deipiarted this hife on Mond- miorni ~g
hlst. M. J3riee w~is thoroutghly identi
l ied with the interests of theDit .
,lIe leaves a )arge circle of friends and
-ro)atives to lamnt, his death,
S On.Ttze~iay last a train of omigran.
a Vagons piped throu-gh. this s'aeo en
- routo-for Pprida. WVe were informed
o thM, thod' oro from Ohoston. It w~as
i o wonalanoament an ta-: eor
wagous, carriages, carry-ais, horses,
gattle aud numbers of freedmen; be
side.8 nany whites
(roi ItE lUtAAL. .
OUt-IDA, S. C., I)eC. 1, 100.
Mesnw' Ecutors : he opening of this ties.
slon has been the occasion 'of tn'unusual
throng from all parts of the Statd; mem
bqrs, applicants for adntIssi'on t the bar,
and many in attendance upon fie U. S.
Courts and Conrt of Appeals, now, holding
their sessions here. flhre were an un.
usually largo numbor- of applicantS for laIv
and equity-as many as eighty. They
were to be met at every turn in the hotels
and on the streats, on their way to examina.
tion, questloning andl atewering questions
upon knotty points of the law. Most of'!
thern have now left ; t i- capitwl las bee's re
lieved of the presence of many anxious
fenrs. Blth brunebes or the Legisalaaure
assembled in their respective halls at the
appointed tame---7 P. *M., of Nlndoy the
26ih ult. 61 quorum or both houses was
prosent upon calling the rAil, whereupon
they were orgatized aud read'y to proceed to
businsar"s. This was fOllowed by adjournment.
The m ss.aye of the U.irernor wae read by.
his private secretary soon after being called
to order the next day. It wa1a lengthy and
some time' was cupied tin its reading
Mlny points of interest have been brought
to the consideration of the bodies. The
message tomgelher w.h its accompanyinpa-.
pera forms a highly interesaing document.
Of many bills oifered tbis dny, one of the
most. Inteeting provideis for the rel of
the Usury oi'w of ffti dtien, %-hh1 w.as
made the 'pecisil order for Thinruloy.
Additional mermbers muade! their appear
ance to-day. Oil Tuade.ay iv the entse.
Mr. -Warlpy presented a set of resolut&ba4 in,
reference 1o President I t.i. - ther ad >p
tiuo by the Oeneral A.:sembly would be a
i-auitfual aid iriring tribute of' Pyrnpothy
and respec t to our beloved .mid cherisled,
.tho~ugh fallen clieftini. Fit*Jlgh of the
policy that.foul'40s tuns giving vvat to the
pent up feelings 'A in-dignaticn, of oyrOTpa
thy and love that well frotav the- epthai of
every true hear : of that pci: cy tl.st fetl!ra
the hands that would yield h now in hie!
hourof dark misfortune, undying affection
A house bill providing fur theelectioly -t
.Commissioner's, 'Mast er's aind Register's inl
Hquityl by th, people, upon the unfi.
vorable report of the Committee, was laid
on the table Wo imy lie perloe.,l for pre.
suning to:, y.-ia o-tr opinion, it met it just
fato. Very little of interest - was presented
in the Senat e ou i;e'inesday a re n
was offered, rifer.;to th ojudici.iry com-a I
mittee -the' subject of i 1.e Dint riet Courti,
looking to the expedieciy of abolishing
them. Orerlooking the fact 'hat the StateI
authorities hor the Municipal authorities of!
this city had taken any notice of the occa.
siau-in consideraition of Thursday having
boenappointed a (ay of National Thanks.
giving, botsi brancht's adjourned over until
Fridaye In view of the above considera
tions anad thoe fact that nonae of the churches
were on, the object is ianitiblo 'ihe
that ksgiving, n.-t have beein a oine
sidod affair. In the Sonateo ont Fraidiy, ''a
bill t o repeat the Usury lews of this Stat e
was taken up, the debat e had gn o'wn wairm
and interesting when .\ossage No. 2 of the
Governor wap anniounced and. read.. This
related to pardlons granted-giving reasons,
&cin accordaineo wat h a law inassed at dhe
The debate was niot resuined and the or.,
der, again discharged to another 4:by. The
necessities of the timaes anel the ehhinged
ogndiiti~m of aflliirasoeem to make thae passnage
of this hill desire.blo, Formially, there exist
ed no reason foi- it. Fiarmly esttah!ishied in
wealthw tnd prosperity, uisury was a crime,
at. least art erji Jtitiy frowned upon, but now
with everything swept from us, we hv
nothing within ourselves to develop outr to
sources lying title, Capital is needed, hut
as long ,as these res rictions remain will it
come) to uts, when there are no' barriors to
other and profhtable filhis It is establish.
ed that otar planters can, with -bosrrowed
cap-italiat a bigh rate of~interes, still till
the gwgund with profnt. Why thetn withhold
this adlvapta~e fromn them, to whom we mutia
look as the source fromr whence dar future
pr asperity must flow.. .
The means of safety rests in the hands
of the individinah to a contract or agree.
ment, who will certainly know whether
thore is a reasonable chance of sucess.
In the Sentate to-day "a. bill in sulystitution
of the laws past in consequrece of th'eI
omatncipat ioni of slaves," received its first.
readin. It was preipired bay Otte of our'
ablest jaulisi~s A motion to print, it was
warmly opposed1. A motiorn was also made
to lay it on the table, buit it. -was finally
madeo a sjietial order for Monday. TIhe im,
portanwe of the-subject calls for a (tall at
tcndance aid unaderstuading, is the reason
of its post potneent. So nar' the workc has
boon easy, batt tna son is the~ Comamittees
htavo prepaaredl themselves, they will doubt.
less lend themselves with earnestness to the
grave daatieai before the.
Thse session it is thmlght will be-hng.
The Sonaa& ml. house moot respectively in
flhe Untiversity Library and -tifo Chapel,
whe little improveaments saiggested by
part experlence len i o .their comfort and
The University apipears to he doling Iis
well as circumstances wl- admit. There
re now ahont sixty five stuidents. 'I het
changedl appewaace of the grounids end,
buifldingsm proclaim the niataagement hits fal.
len into other hands thtan those thrit held
sway. here last wiatter. 'Theo tarvernir' in
alla-ling to the Ufniv'ernity..itn his mressea6',.
recommend~a a "Lawtrnd Med'ical Schoolas
a part. of the geoderal systent of Uttiforiy
eduoation,''aS tending- lo indixoo rany to
pairano,thsir:mtudies'hereo who now go to.
Universitles in other .Stafes,.- With 'thee
and other imspreveaesta. he holds out the
h'ope o( Its be*nrng' dl Ii p'ato~ns desire,
iAmong thieioverdeletions t.o-da'y war
that pf enor$ #I4ih Capqrs; to be Sec.
ret~ary of. State, desi, *trota-the offpai4'
laboers oftState.t.morrow..will, [ 4ottbjknot
fad all ready. now they arosettled, to-bagin
in ea*#ett on M4onday.
T ole grap3:1iO.
Bomn, Doeodimber. 91-Another one
Af the Freuh regimiegts loft-this city'
yestorday, on its roturn to FrAte,
PAnts, Decembor 9.-The 'atrie, of
4hi1s morning, ainonnees that the con
reition on the subject, of the Phpal
lebt, the provisions 'of which ave
beon for a long time under d(iscuss.ion,
Ias been formally.signed.
ST. PETEnnsnUin, December 9,--An
imperial ukase has been- issued, de
glaring all relations. of Russia with
the Pope of Rome abrogated, and an-,
ulling cdl specia[ kHws of the Empire
which have heretofore been made in
accordance with such relations.
Loso.jq.4 l).eeorber 9.-The Ig-pt
ianl Cunmell ha.t passed an addre,
aufogizing the oillclals of the Viceroy
inl Egypt for their zeal ard courage
ond:ability in subduing thOCand ia re
Despatches from Candia state (h-it
the Oretans are subinlitting to the pow
3r of tie Turks, all mansw of further
resistance'htaving been exhansici.
The report that. dhe Cret ans had
blown up a convent gnIrri.oned by.
Turkisih troops, is conifirniucd, bit the
loss of life among the Turks was aiall,
Losnos, December 8,- ' reita
troubles in frelamnd are evi litly as-,
muing still more alarning propr
tions, as it is reported her., to-day
that in ad-lition to the troops already
Jiespateacd to that island, two cavalrv
regiments have been ordered to leave.
immediately for tihe scene of disturb
PARIS, Decomber 8.-rL Joance
newspaper, of this morniyyg, asserts
that Maximilian has telegraphed to1
somne of the physicians attending to
the Empress Carlotta to ineet him at
Gib-raltar by the middle _f Decem
E'OimmUro, DecemlCer R.--I. spite
of repenated denials whieb hvre been
made on both sides, the deu1Yman to
day reiterates the sta-teined t there
has been some troubte 'n the Vritfsh.
Cabinet,.n -nd insi:ts that Pisraeli, the
ChuAnaelletr of tfe Excheqtuer, threat- I
cmvdi to resfgr fi& post miless the
overmi .ent acepted the Relorm Bill,
which in lieral in its, provisions.
The Scotsman, however, adds that
Lord Derby yielded to the cogent i
mnanrds 4huS1 mrade for a liberal policy
on the part of fus adnroil r ,and
by this act ion ;t miniiteriail criWii was
LoNnoN, December 10.-Noon-.
The Times, in an editorial this morn
ing, says the Penians hAve been fai-rIv
cheek-mated, and that it would be
madness on their part to attempt a re
(!ardhial Cullen nrgest time [rfh
people to -obedienee to law and the
the avoidance of all secret societ *ies..
SAirrests stil continue to be made,
and imiore artillery will leave for Ire
P~rnES, Dccenmber l'0.--The new
.Minister to the United Staites, M.
Berthmeny, sailedi for New York on Sat
Rom:c, Dcemmber 1 0.-Some of the
French t roop~s are st ill. here, atnd will
remnain uint ilI the end of D~ocembter.
MA risi'ni, December 1 0.--The
Emaainer follows the Times, and calls
f'or an' early and satis factory set tle
ument..of the Alabama claims. It be
lieve the popular voice is strongly ini
favor of anm amicable adjustment..
Linaroor,, D~ecember 1 0.--Th6
aotton market opens5 steady and firm,
with a very genoral inquiry. 'lThe
sales will probably exceed 12,000
bales-middling gulf I 4g a 1id.
Lmvmnroor., Dececmber 10---. P. M.
Cotton brokers report an act ive mar
ket to-day, at full prices, though not
qunot ably higher. Sales thus far reach
15,000 baies. Stock of American cot
ton very light..
W~TAsi5J%-ros, December. 9.----The
friends of Colorado and Nebraska are
miakingrzealous efforts~ for- the admis
non of these t wo new States into the
Unidon. -Surmner and several other
Secnators cent ie to oppon~ the meas
ure, for the reason that. their respee
tive consttutionma oeclude black men,
though, fe w in number, in the elective
Leadl ig Re publicans openly avow
that~ soneo of the pending measures o'f
legislation are designed to enablp
Congress to regulate appoint ments
ad other pliehi matttecrs, irrespective
of .the Prc.ilent-dep'ending p:i~pon
their two thirds iajority to defeat all
Several of the Congressmiu el~ct
from t'he South talk abonut iammediato
ly returning- hpme1 there be-ing no
prospect of- their admission,
Tho joint CYommittee on Re~construe
tin having been revived, they will
commence work this -week. Ojne Qf
the first things to be considered by
therm will he with reference to the~ pov
litical condition of the @g9Uthoru)
States andi the propriety of re~(do.
L~orcgnzo Sherwoodi, late of Texa~,
appeared in the opmenngof the United
states Supreme Conr,'thls: morning,
and reriuested pormIssion. fronsi Gov.
airnor J tamniltou and .bimseilf to re-.ar
pite the cns,titutifonali ty of yi
preserrhingif6 ectest oath~
nton wait given'to'-ile a toot~ionbji
umance of hiM rencist, w ith tji rte
Nxw OatR&58, .Uoenothe'r 8 +-Tltoe Newr
FeIns TheImatre w.a% totally dlestroyett
ire Quhmoraing. - . s.
GuyssftoN *eedumber-, 7..-Dvottsyille
lites reoei- edi oj the .8Qth, daubms ut 'to
the roepi Sf heridan'e des rhm# stali
Aa .-#le. hadaripolatd!~. SheJ
theo surrfeprd Oataes.4(1~:
pisoners. of waqt the tlnte
mm revpled thy he'Wdeld
lcoI o~ angw. a
erday, ygeu4.f$~. ift~~ ~ 1
licers They ptopo.4 to'sail for Mexico o
110 11th 'of DecebiM r, fully armied , and
-qtippe'd, arid off'er their setvices to the
-WAsuisoros. December 8.-The Ioufo
le8.lStionli 1o9kitg -.to an ~ ridgukentl of
Exceutve nuthority in the pardoning pow.
er, prolises tq give the wheil1 Fubject of
parston.-granting ; a thoi'mugh ventilation.
joert-al Senators. it I.f Snid', will defeind the
President. in reforence to- pirdoins' alrealy
gruted-showing. aunong other things,
jiat all p1olltlea par'dons granted to Persona
rpplying uniler other than the first anl'
Ahirteeni .exceptions , of t hie )irocIinti it
)f autfldeity, ire SP)'roVe.1 it the earnest.
request uad solicitation of prominent radi.
- - 01o1. grc881i& ..RI,
. W AnIa-it., ).-eemnber 3 -In the
M:ate, .\lr. Trumll Ii rprt iavora
bly, frotr te Jdter Comittoe, ti.a
aill fihe i I m; in -ht Teriathr of a tah
poweir of the rdeide and a sked ith
immtedeeiat e cvinsiele'ratiion. .1 r. I.i:,d rick ..
bje.t.-dl it gave o v lr.
.\r. Wdl cz .ale upi a bi. of V .t
setaioni~, to repuiate the a., ci ion of grn a
and pi-tit juarie~i in th~e 'JTrritory of Uth
which was ordberedc to- be prinited, with
ir . Pl'ulani gavye nto'icie that n .N.
day --ie wonald e.qi up the bankrupt
Mr. ilton g'eV noi ce thatt lie woul
A;iili)p n w(-Ok,. ao nJolla retolulion it
i b,iynit- mi't prollibit ImiaI~.l organijjz;jtI lell
in the reblI Stat ,.e Adjourni- tt meet
yn .\Motiday next.
In the I fune, oimot uion of .\ r. W asl.
binmiii, of Iii , tte g tOice Com.
mittee was iniltrutcit-d to inllire into the'
expediency of cnletrriig on the IPuzt
Office D7epartimii,t the same juiriliictio)
anit con .rol over ihe various Ielegr-ipr
1ine. low in operan m in, or htr'-afier t.e
he colllttuled, th-it if* nlow exerci 4ad
Spot ,,0:;e4 :6 ilo: . rouasl, and to .
report by h4'r or hi.r ivet.
Fite bil for i - . :I, .it lie of :.o ' 'i -
iileits to and remov. alitr-a olie, :.1o0
ip and was pos.tponted uintil next Moi
On moi)tioi of Mr. Pike, a .Alect com-'
mittea ofi tree %a .t orih-red, to inquiro
into h,- circumslances of.the unrder or
threo United Statb?s soldier in Soith
Ca roliln. in )en .ber ,1865. and of IIh.,
reprieve ati silbiseq'ient pardon of those:
coilvi.:.ed t hi-of.
Mr. Dawi's iitroduced a hill to fix
tht ehtiin of memberi tor.the Tutesdny
after th- firat Mond:ay in Novembiier
1868. and the a-me dav iaich al'iritr o
year herte.tii'ir; rleh r-d to the Coroilt.au
Ieo fn F. ie.t io S . li
O~lil t I tII' lo l .9 N r. 1~ ll . ,*11
CoIiItI t'I e oif lbi-f -. wa u p i e' tr
proeefd to N- w Odeans-and usir.t11,4
intyiiry into-the riois thsre in July and
A oigast ht and, on motion of .\Mr..
W ii.,in, t h' Joiemry Cummittee was
irWr.ruct.ed- to- inqiuire into t.he Iecessiw *S
of irthier 3t-Vaislation in reigard to the
organhisAtion of the unme, atiad the Colt).
nitting ofhel-ctoral' votes; On motonu
ofi .\r. I4:rstwe,. the -same committee wais
intliructed to inruire intt.o thea prouprity
of iriecting matunah lai w to be' proebatiiuiwd-l -
ill Contiesi ill thet rebel .i St ae whei ro
UllionT to'-) hae la~in-n murderead 'ad
the la-w'a not) croced :ig:anst, the muir
On mloiionyor ar. islanksa, tii.. i~reigna
A fl'airs Ctmmitteo wasz iinstrucited' as to
the meutaisures nlece'ssary to secture the re'
cogniition lay othter niuimnalities of thae
princiiihe of' our nattutraizationi la ws.&
.After an extended diseussion onl thto
amenidment ortlerinig elect ions in all theo
States on the 22'd of lebruiary next,
and aftier providing'in ,the -first, section
dhat Contgress shaall meet on the 4th ofC
March, the Hou.-m at, 3, adjourned till
.\onday, when thec bill again conies
Fi.onx.ce, D~ecember 5. -Vegizzs
haR declitned tile tilmion),to ilomte, anid a
detputation will be sen't in his place.
SecruIory of the Navy, F"ox, is visiting
the Britisli navy yards., H'e is reeiveil
everywh~ere wtith~ a great d~'eal of courtesy
a'nd nftordied every reaaonable facitlity t(Y
comipalre~ the Engish navy yalrdi manaiig'
menit, wi~h cur owni.
TheliLontdon Ti'ames, in the~ editoijail of~
t~his mti nin1g. ftolly pgrees wit hi Liah poliev
of the Presiileent 'of theU Unite'd States, ar
set forth in his annualln message to Con.
grae. It frainkly declarea- that the.
'A.abamani climsin ought to bat settled
promptly andl a micably. It expresisoa
deep regret that thae w hoo mnttier -wias
not compromiseud, ntud rtus ditposed 'of.
at a milch. earlier date 'than the pruesent.
lI'A,oYEn, lUec. 5.-T'jhe ex.King fo.
linnover, by thte advice of the. Eniglish
(1vr6ment1 has. releaseud the officera
from thleir oat hs of~alyigianice.
Livarroo., Do. 5,-Evn .-'
cottn narkta s sehdy, sales to-dat
10,000-bale~amidlinga u~photdsl -1 'd.
imarket aito ac fee : sale's will r~teh
cominpany of enigineears hiave been) ordered
to leav e immeatotiy for ! riebaid. The.
Bloard of'Aahniiraltt ha~vu aordhed tirgao
iranmeada 6f.tilo1.,ome F'tcet to eal for:
lrequip t-rats of.Fe'nianv 'continilt .to'.
.9 f vornlment; officers1 wh'o
t ~ ~n .ig vigilance a'
fthe fy' prJb ihereihai
S I) bourid 86g inlt
lp~~gQ~ ~ ;*fl4 wlb Jurrmahod' ' -
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