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N E1S S 1M U 3 A Y.
It is believed itt( the coming wieatscrop
uill 1e tihe largst eover grown on this conti.
A line of' eteatships is being projeo(ed
from Now York vik San Fraucisco, to run to
Large quantitIes of the earth kaolin are
expurtId tf'riom Mouth Carolina to Now York.
I i I lhe Sout h it, is used to make chini ware,
in (he Norhi to ldulterato candy.
(into poutd of, cotton, which foarmerly
coild ontily ho spun into thread of 108i yards
long, can now, by (te application of steam,
produce a thread of' 107 iiles in length.
A young girl was bit ton by a bat in Spald
ing Citurch, .EIglantd, rcetlily, which so
frightlened her1 t hat sihe is :ittleoring frOt
paralysis of (te brain, which induces long
lils of sleep, laul ing for weeks.
The A tlinta, I'r calls attention to (te
fac1t0 that th1 tieneralis and ll-ilhting on of
(hi Southi are going ink as a general thing for
tho leriiall itoconiut ruction bill, as t(he best
ieans by whihi to sottle outr National dilli
unities. This is as significant as it is true.
At. it clection for mayor of iluitsvillo,
Ala., recently, the colored vote assisled to
defeat th agetiit ofthe. Freedmetn's Bureau.
It is shite-h that Tha-l. Steven is writing
it pattiphilet in support of Suiner's bill so
curing universail sufrige at tho North.
The right of sFittfroge is not considered a
great boon In Kentucky, if ono may judge
by jury'sj estimate. Edtw ardl Williamis
brouglit in action against two persons itn
Covinglon fot illegally preventing h1im1
froimt voting in tihe Presidential election of
V;M I, andA lalid his damallges al. .,d.
The .jutry giave h1 it a verdict of one eorit.
The Pres-Adiden's var of01 the Pennlsylvania
11aillrori Coi aiy, was14 at i'it I :0tithi'g on
A li':l ii, inorining, and left. nit ithe ('inin.t
lundi Fi'pres- f'or Phlilaidelphial. Tis Car
wi buil at AitonIt liettd ni aft oa: xes
o som'e . ' '20,0 i), to l is perita' s, t' I it liest
1a t3 ' O i is o e d i cn i' 'hto14 n i tty.
The ln vtrial of Adhniral Persanlo, wNho
Itn'in -it it e Italhi ll e et i n Otv t :tle (X
1.s ,ha eenl com-l.. , tiud, inll c r
elilW Ad il-1lo v i ell S. Ith e ( . (10 b l -
i c 1 t ii el froinl the ival e o r1 iic itn -
ty and disobedience.. The s-eil t ena aree
with thle nimst uaimon opinion of mili
I-u-y wri11,es: (li tho batItlI or hisni, bothl
a 'lin a t111i0 erinl, who coniviot Pl oit
ofh'in nitt d lho dil )t O iies
The othloi'l prlbi riys, ed'itorially, ro..
g-mbnkie t ho com1.1promlisepopsdcb
t1he: r' nt p wers, ht lint PiillI('i to 1ussi , in o,
it y to' Walw t the gretpowes.
i I -t her right., a nd lhe 1% il!, not lave
(a, ii aitived in Parki , fro'n Algeria,
I'heree ttkhaIst beten recalleil by t lEmCperor.
Freoc'l o ilughs tro till ipeded, andititl t th ie
cers have oen onrt 1t titdill ' 0 reservost
It is reportLed that the yreatspoveors have
reacwedkI Ilteir app.gea'l ito lrussia, thei tie
hol P of averitig hieti i intyniet, war.
The Kt h1ntia Mili property wva ou ,od a 1n.
de.r foree1!oSuro of, mortgaege, onil Ifuomiy,
by Mle-ses. Wardilaw & carew, to MeIs.4rs,
Pl!arvey, Cogswell and fohr.s, for :3c10,000
whoich aminotu is du2,000 it icess of tie
The lt mrutpt. law passed by it, asit (onl
gross goes ito praotial Operation On June
I . There are. mianly people who0 are wit ing
1 1to:1a 0 Ileailge o t, o th at i thle bu hinll
quito isk. Thet''i Cief .iutice o the Su-pa
l'remeiOf o tes.ppointed i Jutieds a Nen
owayno piiand Miits le i' of tCoutakiucy
mision itol itpr epr theosand: l prat ctJitoe
ft.i o hos nivoye undier thil e tiadkruti lwe.
Ad.Ct hn 1aris I'o Ne iY k, s beentat a
iiiineed secritlry o c thiti ion tlo.ia
otule itin't'acri uniformi prahcitieticitalycthe
t roted, andti are nwlin hen handsf the ~d
thig, .iius tti'. ln T.ia li. .ltntkes, of i
hasro teentoveral das todigo its theoif' pra
rati o otf tese rll. AThorenie States
ofs appliat ionisb o lttigistr iotf i o ihtk t
tce bastnight. pplointm etiofl registirs
t the('h Parii ip iio0i1i)sidtht.
nove wtuilti eonexib onay ite Chae
tof anI art'i', itici a re Ted ftinenulyIcon
ostructdt anal, whbnureas fo 'tet road.
wai'll travel inty-t' mis 00 witotsp
haingt, andtrwartds atiy be wound up i
~any sto onidapo' indf tely A holrso like ttts
biut ot he aosahtbleitatcquhd tion, provded iy
cani e bouhti gonly as'ut t theibe aniilinali
of hgei igtis a td copy. r (fI t si
Ionitli~' Mnat ighbouhasaprto.
crgo, 3000 bhiei Is corn and 10,000t i poud
b\a'ionu c oibutd pry byiint tei ato e ofe
ellnd d ital P'poti onb Jtheiero Con
li o the dottte ofnti Steoatul th
chreto~o the ts and oliier of he shp
doinglfo itiro powetin (aclit gat ifheig
IThoeupee out (list dcided etiha aoei
laucti'iatt hle moed again'ltek red
dt, andlii (ile itrys alethelI pthio
Wao nd th Mit.ay nnndrtb ie
flor erni hf ssbeened Mor a1int
(lin reort of teomiswioerofl(Agd
ulture f Martch contans gti prodtii
otaleonhen tat icsedisatntifoni hai'been
paif dui thye tof 'aoc breedoing
(~thouhout ajpil ountry, particularly in o
rTho fila beiuaing o hreaparentli
botranch ofu l tre ttti'hi trinw prouctipn
A list of the Irish King8, from 1300 jt.
to the days when liry It. annexed
hat Island, ponts out tho curious histori.
lal and etldlologicld facOt that out of some
iundrod and forty monarchs, about a hun.
trod and twenety of thet were either slain by
.hoir successornt, or killed fighting.
The Emperor of ail having heard of
Ie desire oxpreAsed by lossin i to taste a
partictilar kind of' Brtziliant cof fee, the oxcel
lence of which had beei great ly praised, has
seet to 0 clebrat ee 1,4o,'Wro a lant ity of
it, inCIlOse inl a box ilnliel with tihe most,
precitut woods of irazil, rnd of exjtisite
At a late meeting of ithe llistori 1 Socie
ty of Pennllsylvanlia a pa per was rAw giving
some account. of the 8tar.-Spangl4 Han
ner."t This song, it was staled, as first
printed by lenjamin Idklei, of ' moro,
antd first sung by Fordinand Durng, to it
company of young volunteort. ?he air of
"Anacreo in 1i lavou" was adopted at tite
siggestione of Mr. Koy.
A long time ago, a littlo boy 12 years
old, on his way to Vermont, stopped at a
cotitry tavern and paid for his lodging and
bot nkfist by sawimng wood, inlstead of aslk
ig it as a gift. Fifty years later the samo
boy plssed tle sarno little in as George
Peabody, the bantker, whoso name is the
:tynonym of magnificent charitis---the hon
OI o1 two heiisheres.
(loverneor Murphy or Arkansas, has telo.
graphed to Sencator oloot. Garland, ordering
him not to tile petition for an injunction
ngainist. I ho enforcement of the lecoonstrue
tion bill for that State, as he thinks that a
decision tgainst it will not result favorably
to I ie interests of' his contstituontt. Sent
tor hiriiland has accordingly nbandoned his
int ention to liring tlie mattor before tho Su.
A Pa-ik correspuondent states that in haLt
city the.re s i a totch manm who has becomoo
a1 celebriy fromt having an Inedia ruibber
Songte. A cancer ot his tongto rendered
oned mlnato neeal;ary, the op'elrtition was
ucee'..-ttl ltperfotmed. and lho lost tongtme
r'eltaetl Iy o ' f Itdia ritbber. Al
I honghIt 1.' cannot speak, lie I at es, swallows,
ane'l m' his pipe Withi evident enjoy.
emeent ; ont after eiting tkos outhi tonue
a0 one1 do's a "'I. of titli, generally carry
ing it. it Ili pocket. bet ween his repatO..
Tlhe (iccxnttn P'arliineit lns tinished its
l'tbor-4 11t1 adnihmrned T;ine lie. The draft of
a Peleral ('et I ill ion, which was tl,mit
ted to it by te Governectls of.1he Confed
ci tion . las been atlopted with but slight
mtodificats. mThe draft. as atoptetd by
tile Federal Parliulent Intuit now be sano
i ionled by 1 he ueveral )iet s. No d oubt it
eniet I nitned that it will be annctionted by all.
Whateever' fthOeve mtodlificattionts ihe several
parti1-6s woll like to I-e. imae, it is gCie
rally felt. that they mus3t first have i bond
of ution. *
Tle nnoutec of National ]lank currency
ivstted during tlmt week enditg last Satur
dity, wn $172,600, making a flhe total
aiouit issued up to dato, $302,508,75613,
from which shoull ie deducted $3,581,982,
being t Ito amiount, of currency rodoened, in..
elwliing wrnu' outt notes--leaving tle actuial
caloulalion of National Banki at the pres.
oiut. danto, .1m'98,926.774,.
During the wok nling on Saturdly lait
thero has hon received at the Treasury Do
piarteniet from tle printers, $317,000 in
fractional currency. tehring tlie same pe
riod there haimi been forwarded to ithe Unhited
States depository At. Un1rl,'; N. Y., 5,
00); to the Asistant Treasurer at. New
York, $i 1,000); As'sistant Treasur cer itt.
New 0.rleans, ' 100,000 ; NationaI Jianks,
$207,212 -17. Total, $ 12,2t15 d7.
The alonumenttal CIty, says flho Chmarles.
I on N'ns, hta.: not. t iredl, in her devotion to
the suferinig amid st arving ,South. The Ui.
tiore a: or Fridlay, enit ions con tribu
lions that lbare been received consisting of
cornt, htacon, Ilo-ir aind meoney, andi also
st atest that. thle Stecatter F'alcon, will take
:lt00c bushels ti' corn), tand 1,000 poundsl. of'
baiconc to ClImrtleI.fnin, andt thIoelicoonier Fian.
nio A, ltailey, will sail fotr lik cily wilth
10,000 btushlelu of corn and 301,0010 poun eds
of bacon- .Thle United States ship lielief,
hats becen placotd at the disposal of lihe Cocm
mcissioeners aced will soon leave wit h a cargo
for Mobile, Ala.
Thie territorial growth of lice Ucited
St ales has been nto less sur'prising than their
growlth in poputlaltion. 1lBeinig at. Lihe
peace of 1783I with onliy 820,L080 csquare
tmiles, t hey added 889,579) by limo puerchase
of Lotiisianae, E'e8,900~ by the acquisition of
Florida, 818,001) by Ithe annoeKationt ot' TeX
as, 8t08,052:' by thIe Oregont treaty, anmd 550,
-1551.9 the Mloxicant treaties. The Commisd
sionce of thce (lenet'al Ltand Otlico in 180)
etimalted thce laned area of the States and
'Territor'ies at. 2,0t1,2547 square miles, or, in.
cludling thio Iudian Territory, 8,010,277
square mnilos. Thte area of thme Ihiussin
possessioncs In America is computed at 481,.
276 sqnare cailow
Th'le aunnexationt of 11ussian-.America will
swell lice grantd total of squtaroecmiles om
braced withcin the United States to 8,-191,.
5,'h in ta litle mere lhau eighty years, th<
origical dimuentsionsu of the trepublio will
htave thuis expcanded to an almost fouirfohl
Nows fromu Mexico, received at Washinug,
lon, s1tat5 eshat thIe capture of Maximcilit
andI his urcmuy is almnost certaint ; ancd I hai
Ice Juartcis.t iroops threcalon to execute himce al
- The ladies of theo Now York Southecurn 11o
lief Associaetion gave a bll~i at. limc ri aicoS
onc 'Tuesdaiy nigh I, in aid of' thIe fcunmd.
D ick Chcoat ham, thue miost beautit'ul hmortsm
ii iti Stale, andc the property of Col. Th'los
(1. havon, of Edgfllk, (lied last week 01
Thme American Blible Socty, in Newu
York employs twoety presses and fonr hunce.
dr'ed wockmoen, ancd is able to print fotc
thousand copcies of the Bible daily. Te
lypo for the new Arabic Bible is to bce rea
dy in about six muonthms.
WVolearn, says thme Nlir, that theo first
Criminals senm to thue Slate 'Penitentiatr
wore theus pumnihed for ani offence against a
ftreedmetan. WVilliamnsburg District sent two
whlite mnen to tIs place of potnanco for tihe
oti'onece of' stealing baeoni fromc a fcdm, n.
Will Ilurper's Wieekly pcleaso make a no
Genoral Graunt has been petitionued to" 1I.
recLto rheymoval ef n~mmra nl..---ar
fromt the prsiden f the New Orleans,
Ja'okson and Grea ih urn Railroad, to
which ho has reoTi ieon re-elected, and
also to romove Col. Thomas E. Adams from
the 1oSou of Chief of Police of Now Or
o Stephens was In this country, there
w 'requent is' nations that he was in the
sor o of the tsh Government as a spy.
9 'a Paris 1' 1 to the Chicago Reptddi
c&-says IHad ntre Stovens is living comI
fortlibly In ' city with his wife and
ljothor-in IY. Ito complains of poverty,
has monll 40 pay for long rides in hacks
id makes secvrt visit to the English Em
everatIperialist oflicers publish a pro
est, against tho Escobelo niassciro in the
Mrcican (n ourricr. They reproach Marshal
Bantine and the French Government, and
ask permission to avenge the blood of their
Details of fresh horrors come from the
west coast of Africa. A war has broken
out. between two opposing tribes of savages,
in which soveral of 'he New Calabar tribes
were imade prisouerd by i heir enetnies, and,
shocking to relate, were roasted and caten
by the other side.
They do some sensible things in Havanna
A recent rogaihtion requires the daily at
tondance of a vetermary surgeon at the
slaughter house, to inspect overy animal
brought there to be slaughtered, thus offeo
tually preventing the sale of unsound meat.
This regulation has long since obtained all
It Is stated that an effort has boon made
recently to induce the President to make a
large increaso of the army for service in
Uh Southern States and in the Indian Ter.
ritorioe. Uider the law the army can bo in
creasel to nearly doitble Its present force.
Mr. .ohnolmn refuses to increase the forcen,
believiig ic to he sutlicieit now, if jklli
A letter is publisihed in the New York
C'.a'erci 1 trtirer, written by Mi. .1. A.
Sel-och, of Culen, Clerk of the Board ot
iJommiss;iner of Poor for Kershaw Dist rii,
S. C., "-l uirltessevd to Jinmes F. Suther
landl. .r. FCerck l,iVes a simle state.
in nit, of I Ie great iteniad madle u10on1 the
Cominissioners, and thir entiro inability to
reliovo the dist reds prevalent through the
It iW stiatcd that the latest intelligence re
specting tlie unfortunate Princess c harlotte
(the wife of Maximitian) is sal indeed,
ITer mewnitid condition, it is sail, gives very
little hope of recovery. Thoitgh her plhysi
cal health is not. 'coken, all intellectual ex.
pressiol is gradually fading from1 her couni.
tnance, aid her me ntal fitculties becomo
feeblo Ioim day to diay.
Veniscn is to be found in the greatesi
abumd:ano at Nat chei-z. It comes into thal
city by wagon loads. The /v:moernt siy
that in the markets, the restunrants, anl
everywhere ehse, the principal mcat is veni
son. The flood Ias driven the deorp fron
t-ho swamp lands of Louisiana across thc
Mississippi to the hills around Natvtoz.
Three weore caught on one occasion recently
W1hil0 swintuninag across, and one was kill,
0d on land near the ferry. Another, whiell
had swum across and had climbed: tht
blull, was so exhausted ts to lie unable Ic
run, and was knocked down with a brick by
The Washington correspondent of tic
New York Tines snys : "Attorney-Ceneral
Statiberry's opinion regarding the torce ol
the disfranchising clause of the Military
Reaconstruct ion Act will lbe presenited to th<(
Pr-esident. as soon as it cain lbe preparei
after the injunction petitions have been dis
posed of, and will be forwarded by hinm tc
all the conmmanders of milltary districts ir
the South. The subject is attracting
great deal of attention. The appeal for th<
Opin in camlie froml (Git. Sheridan, for thn
purtipose of perfecting the registration 01
voters in L~oisianta, and will be followedl b
similar ntpplications in all the Souatheri
States where attempts are mlade to ptreveni
oflicers of couties aind parnishies, who hek
otico durIng the war, fronm voting.
The advices by the Ureinen detail the i
tiat ions of the war excitement in Franlco or
then subjoet of Naipoleoins' ne-gotiations foi
the acqjuisit ion of huxm bur-g, anid the in'
torference of Germany, under the leader
ship of Prussia, to prevent. i'.s accomplish
maent. TJhe agitation was ittnse in Paris
and war rumors aboundl'ed on every side
Indeed, it appeared ats itf the matter wouk
be regarded merely as one of bartecr, foi
cash equivalent, and one in which the Prus
sian movemtent would ultimately acquiesc<
wer-e it not for the decided 401n0 of the en.
franchised Getrman burgesses, as expresset
ini 111r1in and re- echoed thItrou~gh Fathberlant
against its conclusion, England professet
neutrality, If not utter indifference, towart
the proceedings and in the respilt.
Pannon o1' JaIPRnsON DAVIS.-ThO Roy
Mr. Bagley, formnerly a missionary t<
Japan and India, is said to have p aid
visit a few days ago to Mir. Jeffersoni Davis
at Fortress Monroe, for the purpose oh
iunuing him to ask thai President for -
pardon. The letter stating this fact adlds;
Mr. IBagley believed that if a regulat
iapplicti on should be madoe by Mr. Davis,
he could sulpport It with a poeit oll present
inig such an array of inthiiential inmes,
large propotioin of t hiem frotm thte Radical
Re-publican party, tht the mlovemen~lt woukl
be as suc-cesstul as that mtade by him int thn
case of Gloverntor Vatnce, of Noruth Carolina
ti. D)avis, however, declined acceptinug thac
llopolsilonl. Ife saidi to ask for pai-dont wat
a confession of gtilt, and that such a
apphicationi would prejudice his case at th<
trial, wichel he was givetn to unlderstand wras
c lose at hand. Mr. Unagley, nothing diaunt
ed withI the ill success he met with at For
tress Monroe, went to Washinagtont and
called oat the Presidlent to ascertaint whieth,
el' a pardon woutld be granted to Jefferson
D~avis withotut ant applicatIon, if petitioni
were presented of a sat-isfactory chatractor,
It is undt'erstood that Mr. lDaghey was equal,
ly unasuaccessfuil at the White lloutse. In the
exercise of the pardoning power, the Presl
dont has been gtuided by an intloxiblo rifle
--never to grantt a parden en petitions,
ulaiess such petitions were accompanied by
ant application front the indtvidual seekinag
the0 ex-ctive clemeney. Tlheo Attorney.
Gheneral's oflice has1 now on the file a hu~(
budlget of petitions, signed by hundreds of
people, North anid South, praying for the
release andA pardonm of Jefferson Davis, all o(
which are of no avail, owing to the before
Till DIAN o1 DasTlNY.-Tlio l'iliitdelphia
Ago tblnkso says the Charleston Mercury,
that the truio meaning of the Luxemnburg
embrogilo, is, that Napoleon 's but accept
lng it as a part of.1is destiny, so that lie
may load his armies against the only power
wiloh hias )lot felt French vongeance for the
allianco of 1816.
One after another, says I t oge, the pow
era that lhunjilia~td Franijico aifterj waterloo
havo felt the hand of Frencli retribution.
The Criman oaripaign amvitecil Nioscow,
AnIM at thea same time reduced ' inglnd to ia
thiril-rato power, with iof coutinentat repit
liationi in a muiltaUry point of view. Tllo
Aubtro-Italian war, ending at Solt'urino,
laid the mino 1by ieiokl Ausirtan prido and
pjretentioni have been liuinbled inl tile (ut.
Nico and Savoy latve beet adil to (lie
terriaJry of' France. ail] 11 bltte.I Ot inl
tlitllirection. Priussia st.ili reinitnu, wth
the imemories of ".Bhutcher llliler" ati! hi
antriloriug dragoon-i it Wa t erluo'. Luix('lk.
bourg ad ti e Illie are stIlditig reminid
crs of a lebt uncancelled1 iin that portion of
EIurope, and fron the Ifotel Des .uvalides
a voico is constantly calling, and a shadowy
Land pointing lIhinieward.
Tlis vloW will of course bind sone advo.
catep, bit Napoleon is incre sagacious than
his enomles give hilm the cedeli t of belug.
When the blow falls it will be swift. and
steatly. Napoleon cainnot be forced into a
war at this nomient., for t(e simple reason
that he could not be first in the field and
strongest in tho first contjlit. lie will now
wait as he has waited bet'oro ; and when war
comes5., if COroS it 1inust., bo(h1 FraIco and
her Emperor will be ready.
WINNSBORO, S. 0.
Wednesday M orninj. May 1, 1867.
D. B. McCREIGHT, EInrOn.
TH RU DOL.ARS pier ec:tr: 'CWO DOLI.AR;
'ir six mmiit'o ; ON.C DOI..A l tier t lmletits -I
livi1iodl i l 11 ili ki."41 Sinlile c4ipie.- I' Cei ni'.
IT)- The I.orr n il hekontanttegll (in tho ex I
l...itoul If I lin 0114me~ liv illeis paymeai h!4 -;et i Il m
4 ;1.4r cegiim I he I.- % Io a : t e rml.< itor 0 n " thIei wira IIpp r itr
oi l ' r f. rt 1 o l. i.. w Il , : 'n t Id I!!-It I I!1O Vim
11.1;41 fla it C; it-I-e.,
AnVEift1 5\oiLN: OlTr.S. --Wr Otll: 1-r i i Ik
foo, 1he 1 in4 .','ii -vo.i livo t.it '. r v::oi iI ..
wotilI'i l1:C 1.1011. A .p ., ce o ..; . N i ;h,:,s .. !-.
111 11 [IV I t N . .1 7 .- m ,,lv
l l nli a' 01 ( --0 11010 o:.. O.,- nI. : I ..:. 'I'wentIL o li LeI
(10001IlIIl11011 Now ..I b :- c Ti tIi v f ivc1
nuill . i s A n li i . . t i-r I te i ,l: ill
K W lt. i me e,. f ', it -., t lt, ien t n' -M. 'sh -
,no busliness 'fIt i . e' o ti - q
oil that of li ..-o : .:, c :moo 1 ig. t
tlhat eiit.ciirtogCs t hu ILL tillur). ( ( I0Ur1
ter',; t e iiicrol: iltt, eti.1: lri l ojo : :S
UII s thi priultal'. lle esta,
(our is an p(:I al riltifral~ etion in~
then ioet imotLfteiod
learn, buti of i s o wdli pmy li 0 up
lion, that flai wheat m-.1) i-.Wry thin
iafes bet ter than it. anl hn ti i ,
So far as ine ptvicry anle tob -v ,
or infortiion, Cohet n crop v prem
senting a beautiful st and. The pro
portiol of corn to cotton planted, is
perhnps as one to throo, i. a., oio-.hloirl
corn and two-thirds cotton.
It is said, and we have thisi froi
the observat ions of old farmers, that
for as inzy fogs as ocur it K hi uary
there will le as many frosts -in) A prpl1.
This has bon verified iiA. Spriig ;
and according to this, the frosts for
this scison art) over.
2ontributions for the suprt of tho Troc
The etditor of the Nrnws has receiv.
ed, and haondod ox er to the priopier per~
son, tho following contribntions for
thme support of the Free School, viz :
J. M. ])aly, $h .00; Juo. l'. Matthew,
41.0 ; G II.Me~ster $1.0 ;1.
N. Withers, $1 .00( ; ( ashl, 61.0lt.
Otherts have indilicated their puropose
Ito aid this worthy nnderttaking. Auny
conltrib)utions hantded to the editor wi!l
be duly tnoknowledged and paid over
to the lady in charge of the scehool.
Oarroying Deadly Weapons,
It is to be hoped that all concerned
will not forget the important featura
in 0. 0. No. 10, in regard to the
practice of carrying "deadly weap.
Deh personi who conceals a pistol or
dliri abouthuim, aind makes a piractice
of to tdoing, makes himself liable to
be tried by a Military Commnission.
It p no new thing, this law to prohi.
bit the practice alluded to, and we
hoso all concerned will be governed
We are glad to seo that appeals are
likely to be made from the commioand
ing Generals of the ten Southorni
States, to the Attorney General of thie
Uidit id States, for an opinion as to the
extent of the clause of tho Consti
tudional Amiendiment disfr'aniciin1
The appl icat ion of tho' tenrms "judIi
cial" and "executive" tused in thaIt
aiuendment, aore so vaegue, that somel
authoritativo interpret ation is neceo~ssa
The U. S. Senate,
This body which hold over for somec
time after the House adjourned, did
itsolf adjourn on~ time 20th.
SWe hope there is truth in tho an.
nouncmeont that "subbmission to thec
9termns of reconstruction" r'o so aus..
piius, that thore will be no further
need of extra sessions, and no furthuer
contest between the President antd
IThe District 0ouit
-WUi meet at tis placeo on Mfonday
next. May 6th.
Orders fron District Headquarters.
We publish below some extracts
from G. 0. No. 12, issued by Ceneral
Sr~c In ii 11.1rUA It- T ic-r,
Charlet ont, S. C., April 20.
J Gncral Ord.r No. 12.]
1. The Militarv Sub-Dhrict of
North Carolina :iinel South Carolina
are hereby diseout iinued.
It. 'l'he territory embraced within
this comnuand is divided into Posts, as
1. TI'lle '1ilitary 'os. o' Chester to
emnbrace the State 'I Districts of York,
Chester, Fairl[ield (omaster; to be
comUainded by lirevet IMajor ). 1).
Lynn, Capt. 6th Ifantry. I ead
quarters at Chester, S. C. Garrison:
Company K, Gth infantry.
Post Coiminanders will require Sher.
is .Deput y Sheriffls, Conistables and
tle police forco within thir' i com
mands to report to thom any violat ion
of military orders and arrest the guil
X1. Post Commanderi's will exercise
a Supervision over all MaIguist rates,
Sherilfs, Deputy Sheriffs, Conistablen,
and Polico within their comminds ;
and will, whenever necessary for the
preservation of order and tho efficient
discharge of their duties, assuIe comt
mitand ofthe police force.
S~.r.coxn M'f.i-r'ar Dwnnr
CharlestonI, s. C., April 920th 1867Y.
.1. Sp~c~:ial jOrders ;No. :., ue t
wit. I " i: i - . 1 ti w !if.
h: r, I' Inji: u' 4:1 '1 1 n t lc
-W. in' :th lib t ; f :ai pen ,,
th I- ' 1 1111 i ;- l-nerl - a.
t i f . a t v 1, tt v it e
. : I .-.. c l ri 1 ' r -
s -,I to O-thee lq~ tr
Yv ('miniul of Maj. M enaral D.
"'le ncitm' t'rottt hAivi-Iiol, 111) to (hoc
of cottoiu (f tha t V Ii Ic are itlicad ol' lInt
.Year"'s rec-'. ilits, Lo~ samte dlatc, 2.8,O000
.a I W..(
"I' Ilis may ainc m8it su e atemit,
far the rntry, A.lie i\ . t p
Gott-n i:* .'.--wol
Th newi cm from L~Iivepll elI u tht
nb tst., inorm:;t u ci theeet
o cot ton to thrat. dt are; ahea of latu
ye a' cipt to sato tat, 'hor,0i0
Th, it' may eivd inom msuret fconut
fthe greapot oflni the pria ouieeo
ourti stal podct isu.eto eio
A"tie nd 1~f l riedtelsu ta
he tis alltihel fruy has Joeephile
~~ithati distrit. Print here Stather,
:129m Meti Stareet- dierit.yfoi.
om, u eek o two Bibl Socio.
noe- frithlef ursye-'ome peache a
fe. plum andog qits apoido tof
delie he rcivdon. pmhtfr
Ah "Repor is the Spo ear Committee
"ofest nvt the ienraeriomb of Sout
"Carlinas onte asubeto Ioeourg
"ingerpcea fhImmigratio andto
"correspond~i wit goernmen'ts,-soce
bare,01 and i personls. as1 ndpu
hIt- is t ushe byf Mrti. Jsaph
hot-, Aot rne and Sn~lliiqa ttonoer,
1t29 eting Stree, :;i Ctrleitoin.wte
Moottingtw pofte B'ibllSoitety.in
Thi body o will m et on V Thusdayi
cnxti the Pesbyohut'eiianthrc t.
11t t oclckit. whcM. vnantn
Ai r his as bhatimol cfrea whent ony
beeaded to heoatote interio of add
dwelhing-( as wellts o impweroe ho
apgopoarc or his fcolor anddufour.
pos, we pameber ouiikih r raercans
-texeltent rei the miig hito
barreto othe idaitbleds, and pout
coity oung aterlc or itcoiingt
itftoinehesr adeeupunds oft'inhaer,
and ad to poundsofansu-lphte ofzine
ad onea~ oapdiw conmonheewl
canewathe brsh.''adead r.
vAn itsrcracking Arhichg gies arsn.
01( adde hot athfe witvh unailiby add-~
inr hrepunso ylowyhro;o
Wahiugton Nows aud Gossip.
T11C co.S'rlTlT10NA.lTY qUEsTION.
Messrs. 1iohert J. Walker and
Char!v, ()'Conor are preparing olabo
rate arguients to ho delivered in the
Sul~rmie Court of.th eIT United States
oil Fridaty, inl tie Georgia iij unction
caUse. The Attoriney--Gonural will do
ily the juriskdiction of the court.
[ Bl/t. Sun.
-nri rrnIromiA. AcuniuItioN.
Notw ith.staid !ng tle fretful tono of
soite of' tle English jourtinals in COml
iteiting', on1 our11 late treaty with Rus
sia, and tle suggestion of ote off thoso
papers that tho tranlsaction is one full
of direct hostility, our government
has, within the past wook, received
from 4111ital sonroes30 tho asNsuranIces
that the British G3 overnment is not at
all annoyed in consequenoo of tho
treatv, but on the contrary, is entiro
ly sat islicl withI th1e transactioni, and
assured that our government made
treaty with Russia iln 110 unifriendly
illirit. to wards l 1llnglaid ; inl fact, it is
Igathored from Iigh authority that the
ritisi Govormnut canl be easily re
colciled to larting with the the Cana
da.1s aid other British poSessiols inl
North Aimerica, whenever these prov
in1ces shall themselves make manifest
their desiro to separate from the
mother country, whether for tho pur
poso of annitioxation to the United
States or for setting up independent
governmiits for thOmselves.-lbtd.
The ad n inistration i. continually re
ceiving applicatiois from relativos of
per;ons captured in Ireland as Fenins,
and who ore or have been citizens of
t-. U'nited States. To-day Mr. Bart
Si:i(i, of (inilnlnati, lmade anl: aipe1l
for intecreece on boltalf of his brotlh
etr, Jan: 'i Sithl, Iat!' Lie uteniant
Third Artillery, Uinitel States Armiy,
wto was eu1ptured in I 1eland. 'The
oinly s C itele against him was that
lie had (11 hiS p0ro11 a1 re1 volver. 'T'lhe
eie~ nt as directed that the. attelln
(1n of or I. Nini:ter to Enlgland be
(eI rto tcri :t o hs esbreuts
ale to th elj:-et,:nnd pr1oper action
talwn to ineaiv at e tihe S--i(l.
voxi iti ows HI( W :iou>.-Thate
iiltiibi; A->urnal f. civilizatn" utblish.
V-i bY Lia e pious ba bl 0o enirls- /arper's
11 &/ --tir hvinge~sbauiedSoluh
Sin njeloin ios obscna encarcature,
IlI re po s1111ne 110111(bS Of iLs
hous.:h i Th Nt-w York Tiw's III.
mb les :h fo~iwin ret!o L o ono of;
it3 lat.illnt i o S :
old I ll iv~i -' r i i 'o M 111 ld t U 101
'y .;lete nry ist Xudouedly as legiti
r t w Iolle ' poli'ical wr . riut
usr-ae cer-tain limlits withinl which
rept or heconnaan1( courtes.ies and
art-n s of i li f wi onbiir l natirally re
v11r, litle trOegAd to those restrielions,
i is poltic al walFiire In thle se rvice of
pi! ical rmlie absm ;t i ilit's reprle
t-.tion.s of* .\r. Seward, it, has system.
tically ollI 1 outragd every sntiicit, of'
Cuilommo propriety. I L is pret( (ty genIIe.
rally kniow l that th u wo nds t inlicted
upon .\b141. 81-wa tir by th assasin PaIlnr
i 14Arc! very Consp-,JenousL scarzi unno
h:., finhe, Whtch g hve entilely changed
the! exprsio of hii counteniance. ont
ptoul fIepposi that thie m seost reckless
pit rsom aiin osity Would litato at
oblogr wonadi rece-ived umbl.ruc
h~ idcumuance anri rd.i c atcause ip t
publi rinofh they are whordoe.
diy selety oteed bythee as tevfa
weekrit sets of oietra. Iwheior
trilves oulaird natay tef soe.There
tion,1 oreb thea rcisn of the fel e.
('ils; buthpris. scarel pietrea ver
salledi th ret insrtae.Iaiofh
lan,-haoldittna tericul thte wounta
recgedfrnmn thirein ti othe iloun.jai
erys, adetgism wistel busins
pasth fieorth biearn, thegewasrnee
estabhdsy caiatod. r the ro-o
tvenivebrse." o the rtistawho dot
This rag'work t eroated n reer Dvery
never, pacurre publihed ioth Tere
city, i coteporaries. Thf pes wJerse
Sf oue soteeitrhdyeer.e
Ex-Goornr leotr, o Se ould naot
lnhas riten ai ilfettfer on te miia
rylovernmon wht ir th outh min t hio
he says, '"Ai desptism u wise adin
pisorli qoed ms perfetd vrmn
ofth cieart, boein the gdofvternma
eslishd yGodor Ileii tonge conrol ofr
the uiersto. Ho the chtialryl eat
Thk ins ofarlagrphju wnitdlin h ilyd
Times acii pap~ntoe pu lh y i. Jers'y
Criity in the KIgdo of Nowis i hey
Of [coursde ste od(itr 01' ntviry soon
iMr.i Prych ltther or h~ie w1(0ofl nte
tipoal to hathe Mr P riea nt to
aprove. Tho stenre aou the aos
poi ltism W abov qutaotd, iot from
theel cotet goes tho oun of the pa-y
hors, an irci rofe fotas a et lerst,
ryl apple thves wersgufa the.
bfod tlun tof , i asingwt sera frier s!
prpryin the tiyu Isl ofris, thn mthe
Islandoti wha they wo turofedi
thrg naithaheswteo h
T ho Easter elections of St. John's
Church, Winnsboro, S. C., are as fvl
WA i) EN S.
Rev. J. Obear,
W. M. D wighit.
11. A. (aillard,
WV. S.RE ab b,
DELECATES TO THE CONVY.NTION.
W. MN. Dwight,
Wo maw on the street last Thursdtay,
a inati from the neiglhborhood of
Whito Oak with clay pipes for sale by
the hundreid. The pipes wero small,
but exhibited some skill in design
which it would be well for the citi
zons of the Dist-rict to encourage.
The pipes wero offered at onc dol
lar a hundred.
If our citizens desire to enjoy the
cutting ofa real good pipe clay, they
will get it in any quantity in what is
called Jamison's gully in the western
suburbs of town.
There kia kind of clover groivng ill
the ytreets of our t(owIn, which some
call whait e]v. T'i-ro is a I o a
grass which .oume *ay ik U Go ras .
1'his hatte'r we.nII cultivatcd grows
most luxuri'ian tly, and is greedglily
grazal upo Iy k mlilch cows. This
ct ioneu c )ud h made a splendid
'he flhi b vinrg teci pe is clipped
from the "Local' of thue Charles(on
News. We hope' to -ee a large use
inade of thisrecip!t. We vat witeiC
watshting and every (at W14:1 Il meanis usedI
to check the chill and fever ad. fevrs
generally, if as . m usay, tiere is
Solmt; vite in thee taca . 1 lure is
t ho recipo
At. iithewiood F1ema1le Ins itite on
'I'ueslay morning 23 rd instatnt, ly
Dr. J. .eynolds, V. F#. McNui.-rY
of Georgetown, S. C., to Miks Miinie
1. D)urham of this Ditrii.
'.'E LosS ON Mh.scANCIPATEn SI.Avmjs
beg leave to call tie attenttiont of' th
iegal pfesion, antd f athe peo pl 1
generally, to the following law lat ely
passed by the Legislature of Virginia.
CONCtJRNINoI COMP'EN5.ATION FORl sLEAvFS
That in all proceedlinags, either at
law or in equity, now pendintg, or
which may beO hereaf ter institutedl, for
the recovery of slaves or titeir v'alues,
or dama~ges for their alleged conver
sion or detetntion, the poss~essioni of
whom was in thte defendcant under
bonam tide claim of rightt at the tme of
(tmtancipationt of' the slaves of' thi
(0onunonwealth, by thte Foderal or
State authtorities4, the values or damt
ages assessed, shtould the plintiif re
oover*, shall be otnly the value of the
services of such slaves from thte timte of
the totions conversion or' detentiotn to
the pieriodi of their omtancipation.
It we understand the purport of
te above law, it settles the question
tion in Virginia as to who shall
be the loser on emancipated slaves,
where the values of slaves are repre
sented itn bends or notes, either froma
salies or mortgages. It casts the
loss on the veudeo or mortgagee.
The ustion this legislation involves,
it w nderstand, now pend ing be fore
teCutof Appeals ism this State.
The loegislationu of the State iof
Virginia, shows where, in the opinion
of its legislature, the equity lies.
A NonrLE AND) DELICA'rE Ac'r.---Tho
Ed gefleld Adverdiser says:
'rho New Yorkc Mutual Insuranco
Company, after ineurritng expensea of
$500 on a marble bust of Mrs. Pick
etns, have sent it to ex-G overnor Pick
ens, free of all chiargest whatever.
This bust, which, with one of thte eov
aer himtself, was executed in Rome,
by ai American artist of greatt dis
Linctiont, reached New York soon after
the breaking out of theo war ; and wasi
recivedl by theo (flicorsy of the said In
surance Comnpany, and kept privately
in theitr rooms, No.61 WVillimstreet,
tioughtout the courso of the struggtlo.
.This act proves that, there tare high
toned and trute gentlemotn itn every
section of our country, notwithastatnd
ing the general illiberality anad nar..
row feadbtg engendered by thea late
bamrbarousa war ; and we are much
pleased to chrottiole it.
,Nor cant we refra in from conmment
irg upon the rate beauty and artistic
value oaf thte bust it, question. The
original, lovo'.y "as that first woman
whtose beauty miado Eden glad," is
hoere delitated in thme purest "Parian
statue tone." It is a work of art
of which softness and loveliness atre the
strikitg chtaracteristics. Thte figm-e
is exceedingly delicate antd graceful.
thte outline is finely varied int the dif
feront views ; while the softness of the
form, the chtaracter of the face, and
the adjustament of the hair~ arcoclassi