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Tio Emtipress iugee elbrted.her forty
first birthday on the 15th of May Wast.
The Prussian Gloverumti bought 300,
000 unif'ormns in Irelantd recendly.
A little girl, only fourtci yearts of age,
carriis the "Mil betreton the famoutt'o stonu
House and Manassnas ytusiotion, a distanc o
of tive and a half iles.
There are 6000 AmeIrans resdillng it
Paris (his year. Ordinarily there aru bitt
3000. They support eight spvch:1t ret-A.
ranits, four dentisits, and live banking hous -I
es; and aro now tadking of setig Up
a daily newspaper.
IL is said that tho Emperor of the French
has deolided on suppressing all military
hands, tLho regiments to be manrshalled mere
ly by tititpeleers. Even to far-faimed
band of Les Ouide is only to be spared tfor
Captain J. Mikes, tormeily second oflicer
of the silamer Sant ago du (ba, will leave
Now York for -:uropo t o)day,0t h, on a "Moni
tot" ra1ft, (aking with im 0t otily (wo sailors.
This craft ii only tweio feet wido by
twentiy-fivo in width.
Mr. Fannwotl, the Illinois bongress.
iani, adds anotler to tIo nunber of, nation
al misiotnaries to come into ite 1,otih. J.
W. Langstonl, of Ohio, andi H. M. 13r-owni, of
Baltimloro, ohclr.,ae a - t o .e
otld oil a siilar4 (:q editien il o \irgjini l,
other olu bevrl ".ae.j.
Anl indub-il,0ono of' ona' Yoar liau I.-onl
granted by fit lpe to ailt w Io h l1i dI.
vout ly recite (tho Gluria Pathi and Ave .A a
ria with the ti1net i :en of obtlnir.1itg from
Clod the entire coniver Aon o the English
tation to tho (ruIh, :m d to reconiliat:ion
with thie chair of St. Peter.
A va. aviLianche iai entirely destroyed
lhe royal sporting pa villion oL' tIte 1 ig ol'
Italy, called Orviche, itn (the valley of Aosta.
The datitge is great. :11d nlny obje. are
destroyed. loiuntely, the lm"t, wnA not
.inhaie'f:itea' t "i 1t1i"..Ilhere was ne
Foley's 1sta hine of C'1hund i'-ho,0 which
Is fI some lihe 1tce i W Onh. i ads "f i l
bronize-foam-ler, %%ill .,onl be i-liCed kin 11.,
ILL D l ttub 1. T lh e I 0 t .h-o i to 1,,
ceeled in fron(t of Tiniy ol0'e, il aI line
witi bl Foley's ligine of sthdit h
The oNat of the utithier it' itti, hs'
been credibly informed that a t angro 'ohlol
which Look place under th hil, in that
city, Onu Monday nigt', aml thll edons'I',
a Unit e t States soutiet, baid tn be wite,
sfaL. down ubpoy tuie bod in one of the rooms,
and by ch amttten d over a dirty drse on
the fol ol the bed, wher he ilud,wr
ped in a heet, he dea-1 bldy of is a titlt of
the1 womanil gi sI tho l!mE
A Now York compamy hasI~ eniered "po
coe antturodf or' wi er, i. called p
oanl" front ili the patt ofile tieatIl Sampte.
T pat, is by sonmo procasi pred andi
driod inlo bloi aout, toe.izo of Oniiain
bricks, having thie dlikih a .eranco t
burnedt gigrbra.Ths lo,!ks are'
Very ht. Thie manubitt rer its t
thin fuel ir abot, ath chit .i a e :t Ii. At
coal, ad, hant it bunt vliiery beauitiu(w:v.
And produce fieo t smal lost mlount of t pahes.
A colored woman, one hundred and ett lay
eL years of vedledl i Norfolk county,
Var., a daily or t .ouri t to had betn a
sOvoe all he her iup to th eImnipaion
prochumallition, and Ohen hier formner master
would not east hier oil*, bull cont inned to pro
vide for her to the he t. detii. At
her decease httnoue ant alt , o comarel dto
thbe re d ans hen hi r sltmi i soloed
t reais, tthei rot re-ig ptet.
This' gentenn waoets and oeent owner.
Thttded otar~vis L ut'l, Atny luthsi trepori:
"oI.isie anud th~at the onglutiof esiat
blost. Teheranota int e 0k' lun'et( pro.t
end, withall is cortti t shed,;te
The otan; bouet poiticalIt restn hvo ion-t
dfu(it im eto abantn tdat proje, I ndl,11
76,omoe toltpo aupo-ei- dtn, sauevereiod
Tutocorew his ththo Sin 1818c, ot (Ito vy.
muiered afts onetof (ie ntwnlihtene
Prtines ofie P e os l~ iaa."'eyi'c
F1tort-lio mrin hdiesor etreal dur
ingt the monwtha o piry. of a'hisdmert
tren were tamers, tite: worstotip ofcy
torawro ($choo0n)scuttleon tea s p.
tavent t vesall w oere 'badoe, oe tnyor
tfottdeodone wiastt'' urined, nd4: a ft er t
conlison, andte~ sixero tiseigs supod o
beheostorThetotallo vah'o o''W troperytiosd
tttttiiand missig 'emteadi i at u:n,68tit
(tho vtoiit lofess urig the it mnta
siof i ea ar-et' estimtbedn att$1.d le(li
750,000it leshuding tthne. samle period0
ago froStan eranci s for wlloniKong,
ltatds. Whena will bein as disct~ovr(e
cther trauo brioo arble toed andt oa'
box allegenh~ oe , an 1t1wa asaned
that. thecre wa h a dttnpiret nolde the
capn ad of (heorcistk psse in of the'
Takht heLymalbatsThet maycer tamed
tomle whih waI*eysles, and ftibeing
sharp ofighet, sucede 18n1 puttige ctrey
shippd in sweFanctc.
ThPoont(o Cb ays:t "odersi~tad
thatoa mll tate ndupeteing Vi enemen' t iner.
Thes viinit are the Falos, on the Caialn
of he verb doeco, to tteh. anid when liter.
:illy tr.4nate(d beom0e, "Thout te.es."
Two owse.4 will 4d4).
Elnci pation, say4 the Chamber8burg
Repositiwy, an extroene Rladical paper, Wast
1oti ;iren aII it favor to th slaves, 1n41 it
di.' Ii- n io iply Any promii) of other action
1av orablto the Ott o lite parl of tile 410%iern
in't. It was solely a measure t' expeil
encey, ak war 11e11 nsore of thle samIle 1esign,
amio viritualy of thle mamo character its thke
burnig of miiillary stores or the ntaimped
inl- o, an1imlal.s inployed in war by the in
A Northeri histor:.an Irts writien a book
giviig i 1ulit at-ooluint, of IV spech 1madeo by
Jeferson DIavis at the Nanlhville 1)isunion
Conivei1ion, how it wasi receive'.ld, etc It iV
1a, fact that Mr. Davit; was not aV member of
that Conveltion, and11 du4.ring its session wil;
ti14ely atlelidin;i' to 1his Oflicial dutIC ait
Washligtoi. Ia there nny limit to Itadical
ruane111s111S.) Unit and 1inac(iy ?
A)n eixpietant. bride:ri'oom al)IdIed t,1 1ho
iilitiry hebi4.iuarter. , in Mobile, for the
U40 of UniedSlates band to play at hIN wed
ding. The oilleur in chi go of (he muwiians
repliud that ho did not know about. lend.
ing (he band, but lie thought lie could fur
nish a fil o f roldiors to ire ovor tie house.
1fto noburioi Governo llhn, who wats
'leild in (e grQat. riot in Ncw Orleans,
mind wvash d I Iv d member of tho !taical
0,qnvis io :.e by h- uob, has beenI
rsr! rmi- 1in to re ;,st.rI ill Imon'-hii n
on at'e,4Oint o l' ieip. i in lte rebllioni,
0r givin;i aid 'n Comfort, to Confederates.
It w 1 ga l that( e 111adoo p11lecat..ion
spcdeebe, when Il-igs were given to rebel
com1pan.iiie., nnid that he signed a (irenlar.
letter, idvoanting resistu4ce to 1he Feideral
The Atin statue of Thomas linon, wvhich
lias been oil sorage in St. Louis for several'
months, is at last to le erceted? inI 1a sutitable
l'in1cle. Tho Board of' I 111ve'- t't, of ILa..
y 4' P,'. h prlo.o.ed to fite conl-ll0
4o .I4 ' I . ' ! V oU I o e1*'kI Iit 1101111iner,t
ill I ICQ '!' l' ! , at tho V pex . ?I of hie
4 4 an I h h itj;tilli a ; be1 l 11 14tn.uert
I. h I'l .-, il. i ; li4o :size, 0i d W.0 1tna-* e
by .\; : ii Hio.wer suro yarsa).
H1 iW pronin- ., a ino specim n uor at.
Ii n white tle body ill igued is at
vy i!t.juriotus hab-it; but severe labor
at a heel)y indal, is no the e s no. A
IargO She of vital forco is reqpuired to prb
perly pmerf.-rm (Ie prvoce 3 of dkige::ion1, anal
if thin is called anw.ay fo tih Imucles or
brain to a1ccom1p1i-ilh sel.4.re p.hysical or maeni
Itil labor, 4t Stoimllach is left instiliiently
supplin, and I114 food r"r.min111,3 fer a long
Th0 itichmung W/d-/ ays tho roproricors
of th- Trnubere Works, in that, city, are
noi' coril ruel in-,; :ant iron r.4 oad bridg4
fIr the 4)1:m4:a :and Igu.:a, 4. aih4 sa 1, to
Le thrown aeoe h t ".wilivr Th'le
brkl i of the Innk paten ai wi, l01 con
ei,. :i ', f threo rilm-o of ihy leet
each;4 then Ihr4o Spans ot 160 feet. eah:1
tI1 tOn f1Our fpI :in'l eighly fee :1h -inl
all, to"n ryinq, Of the agreqpie kago Af
of IM I Aem. The w'14 o" (h bri
Wil'01 t elv : feed, an .1 1 Wh 0 11ap n' are .
It in alle21veI 4.' at h!i olera ha., already
'111 &.1 v( 140 illik Oil I. lie0 o 1414.1l?1 .'4 I 41
1)'.48 44411) e i e :inc on the'4 low e 141 14-10 ip-'
01. Sever:l r .: 11 reported I'o have 10.
lil tIy . ..a s I l . abu1 t ei..:ha y
miles below MemlphIi.:, and thle country is
roported i be in M 110 Of abu-m. l-lm.
phuis and Other hirglel . iver y vns11 aro pr-.
r-a-hu, Oili:-;ently a.:'ahinthe 10.usldiouseo
JCty1. I :lelie, 14 mperanc1'o and0,4 lqit84..
il4L ofI sphli ar Ci, ho2. biiit, reparat. COlions
Q'e-c of the'k' 14.11ravi ~osof opular3 'int
11:4 homes ofV?. tho workinh01 (lraol0IW4 ofas
antry444144 h or l lvan 01 repre4i'eunt Na.oIco -14 1.
youngc sentineg os4.ing1?. his bayonetll lefer
C4'4' copoa himse110 lf,~1i01 you1 ould not pass!''It
ing~o~ is ahtibun id, 14asinst' died)t li o n (ix,
11eireceied the cross o14 ' ti044jhenbegion0o.
1l11t:er on.: the1 lihlpl of4.arh, 11lod
(f1ew li years b11ck, havin l v1si.e the~rl Plkeo
of Fol1.1 c.ta ii was~iii nenidd ah phestn
by ~ith: Em11r,. and1l1t4 ill-:mpre1 l'fa.l.
Crose, 1has. the1 tal tes ot'1111 an hi d. It V'1414
is wll4.. Iawn4 that1 ho1 00oe.1 not1( lie in W~'t
re:)44si1n4e wichL11.l.' he1ocnpoe whe prnc.48
bedste44a11d0, 14?den 0? ch i r, n the p1ainest
bi'oi' covenience, ('r1 a10ll.te 84urniture,44.4
141).4tab11o is quilo8 asimoe~t and.'( he rareii.slyg
makes~o anyl tll0 c at in4) 4.ho3 bIlly of are lic
1is method11ica in100 hi habl1its, I b'jonte atta111h.
j44to hro1awa ani4'l olicoat, and4. e alwaiys
b4.tan1 place (on James'4?.8 R.fiverI, 140e mi1l8
below l14ichino4nd,1 f the bI1rgo stun of nine
thousand dlh'r, Thef011'. 11.) 0 4.urty purchaingV
represente a111 company.?1114 o f 014pitalios, who
440roult enterop at n crl'y day 0 pon thel~l'c
manuaeu re mofli4 fre-prof br441 icks at that
111oint., 4rom wch sipmol ~e may. ey easi1ly
T'o ninni0 (1. MODiHly 1414F W Iarng,..... 80041y,
VUYilles c4) hmistkhaf invee a k 'i<.f4 aGreek
tiro, by which think he can uccessful.
- 4ll~ioly opoetenele gun.11 la c'4ononuni-4
laso t01th ?1rore, 1 ofl iyns h1e des
1r)be hi404s 4.ompoitio as4.lg follows:4 "~11~1
01'To g!iv an1 1 id'ea of the01 e)licacy1 of my'1 dis
motS 1nvel1pe4an armyoof 04' h1.4idrled
w i 1ti 01, t 1-11 u tr ii m he fie-11 of btt il. A -
to tie ! lo tirs'i ot' ll: xensiborjy, ithe suhjiot
of litisutte at the prtesenit ittoluocit, I iotid
Itnletake to rill it of its garrison in iI qItar
ter of ani liotr.'
Min. D)AvIs' lt1ir..-It will interest somon
of ouar u.aderi to know that Genioeral J. 1).
Jacikiaut, o' Pelilatdetliltphi, who is thO third
on the list of Mr. Davis' bail, hits purohas.
oil tle platiitlon, i St. Andrew's Parish,
tiown us Iioiton, formorly beliging to the
liarker fatily, andi is about to tecoine t
Citizel of this Stato. 0o1. Jackmnan is r
tutive of New lampshire, and obtaincdt him
ilitio of general bly contanding the Pienn
iylvaula militia during tile war. His no.
tion int tihe caso of Nir. Davis, and his in
vestment of o11ta inl tht South, slow hn
to he a recontstructionist of tho rihlt sort
-- Inrlestofn Mercury.
WINNSBORO, S. C,
Wednesday Morning. June, 1807.
3. 1.AMcIREACG ilT, Emrron.
THREE DOLI.AR per yeari TWO DOLLARI
f'r six maintlis; ONE DO l. .A t for thtrce itiiiti -
.wn lihta ebre 1Single coiosbs 'Ten Uton,
Irr-The, trp-r will be! dis-sittn"'tell 0;1 0h0 OxN-1
ratiu " ir o t, t, uti r will le fayinent fias icen anlut
Siuhacriburi wh InIIt a cross iatrk on thu w::pter ii
inti ,h of th ir ipuuar, wVill Inderstanti that th i tt
pubill for hitle expiredi.
ADv El'ISI NG- R A'P.A.-One Dollar per sillinif
for ihl titt. ii ' Veivty live cet Ote criclh alithse
1itiint Iliteri! A stitria cnvlst' ofithf spate uccill
pic tar twil estAes of ilh - Ohe typo.
ct.Ill ItA. E.1 .-1i enlplei otto year Twenty-av
Dataa i. 1A etra c ipy be tIe r:ion initkizg up thit
rinti. tAftr tir isIt .itartrV, lim.
C F" Withainama iinu.) itla tros i Oi 'to at cil I
retlrnglitiii ati e nin y i1 Imi.i, the l rsn i ngti Lith
thail. nia i l f i'y itituttb1r 0tfa inn ltt tOl s-ii tin rut.
Jt3- Wro wihil It iistincty itiderstiosl that ti
terms for siabscnptfuti, aciver.thiin mi'd jot work ar
Gengni Order No. 34.
The Ordors are sttill coming. Thi
last publitshed was 32. 33 has not ye
appeared, but 34 will be found in thi
issue, id an ifimoItan.t otie it is t<
haefi , Constatbes; and other officials
Th following is n synopsis of the pro
visuion of tilo several paragrapis-:
Ptar.grai- i requircel Shrilrifs
Chi'a~ oi ! , C(ity Marlhahl<, toro
por toRre~tColonel Ei. WV. H1inks,
I 'rovo)A INt r.irhlt G 1 enoral of thi: Dis
trict, setting forth iamtios, dutios, sitla
ry, &c., of each officer, and the
authority iby whoml'appo'inited.
1[. Ileports to be uitdo of the comln
mits'ion of all olluolaces, of arrests, etc.
11J. Rteports to be i mado of the cs
Cape of prisoners, and the attendin;
eiitmutancos ; alt) of the recapturi
of escaped prisoners.
1N. tBherifla are requirel to repor
0ke cotId itioni ot jti ls.
Y'. Civil ohlicers int charge of a jail
ptari1on or workhoiuso are to mtal:(
lI(UnIbly. replorts to thle PrIovostA Mar.
lhati General. T! first report. nigi.l
utildne tleo requ iriniC eitntts of this para
ge-ph will inlu-tlo tho porioti fron
utarry 1, to Many :31, 180)7.
V[1. All 1:fConistables, etc.:
are riquireld to obey ald exceuto the
lawfutltort o . t, Provoat Mariha
Ge.iirt: ; and any re'simce to or dizs
(ibed !iniei *11 tie It w i av onders or aus
t! orit y of lthe Provo;t M arsia(l G e,0
al will siject, the offedlter to trial by
a M iit ary Connhti, Aionl.
Vli. lReouires dupilicato reports tc
ite sent to l'ost (oleunuzders.
Y I I [. 'This order w'll not relieve
civil ohilers f'rom the d ischatge of du
tui enw reiquirted of thtemt.
iX. llofers to the regulat ion of
Shteri tlh' and (Constables' fees for sr
vices peore uinder the ordors of
the Pr'ovot, M!arshal G eneral.
X. litoquests all porsonsi who may
know of anty thtreatened breach of the
peacee to make complaint at once tc
the ('hief of Polico, etc.
N I. .ltmprisonimients for def'ault in
patyment of costs, fees or olharges of
Court, Attorneys or public oflicers
shall not execed thirty days.
Corni-Tho Wheat Crop.
Wagons loaded with corn, na still
rolling through our streets. Thie
amount of coru shipped to this place.
s'aco the first of February, to supply
te delceienoy of last year's crop in thec
District, can hardly fall sl~iort of 25,.
000 bushels. The most of this has,
probatbly, been paid for. This vast
sum of money has been sont out of the
Di~tr iot, for the protit which remains
in the mierchiant's hands is not much.
1t. is not itissiing the fact far, we
tintk, to say that this year there is un.
tder cultivattion in Fairfield District
two acres of cotton for cetoty one ot
corn. Pity it was no the reverse.
TJ'ho wheat crop is soon to be gath
cred, anti it is :. splendid one to all
appelrantce. B~ut in the absence 01
entough corn to "run" the farms until
the novt corn harvest, the wheat foi
bread will but a moderate crop, as th<
stock Will very likely be fed upon tI
greater part of it.
Save the Pennics,
Economy now is mtore thme order o
to day fromt necessity titan fron
chtoice. Amiong the imnportantt feut
uires of house-hold ecornmy is thait oi
saving',lighit. Kerosine oil is perhmap:
thc best illuminatinig articlo now ii
market, as well as thie chteapest. Jui
it is renuderod still more cheap by r
recent discovery which, as will be sect
firomt the extrmet below taken from thi<
Charleston News has in that city beer
As eonomy in smnall matters fro.
qntuntl vtta icet ar w sa.i.- :., he.
i. ole nsIuets, we publidh the follow'
ing infyrination which may be of use
to careful housekeepers. Sinoe the
discovery of the oil fields of Pennsyl
van ia, an(d Virginia, korosino has
gradially flr e)II1lod the use of glib,
antI there are few fanilies who do
pond solely on the latter for a light.
Tile cheapness of the kerosene, and
the clear light furnished lby it, at onco
recoumonds it to tle public ; but
sonic inventive genius has recently dis.
covered that salt is ia great improve
mont, and by filling a lanp half full of
conmon salt, a clearor flame, and a
saving of twenty-fivo per cent in oil is
obtained. This lias been tested by
some parties who concur in the state
ient of the inventor, and use of salt.
The experiment is simiple, and the ma
teri-l is within reach of every one, wo
shiall soon expect to see a revolution in
the oil businese.
The South Defended.
A correspondent of the South Caro
lina BAuptht, writing from Chicago,
where the was attending i large meet
ing of the Uinpti.ts from the North
and Northwost, relatc3 the fPllowing
Ii the mootirg this afternoon som
reimmirks were 1id y l. Dr. N. Colver,
who is trying to emablish a high
Sc1holll for the colore.l 1,Iople, at Beau
iort, S. C. In his speech, he said
that the Southern people were oppos
ed to the education of the negroes.
Aftor he had finished his remarks, J.
R. Graves, of 'tennessee, rose, and
said the last rpoaker had done injus
tico to tile Soutih. Brother Graves,
thom asked permi4ion to read some
resolutions passed by the Southern
Baitist onvountion, rt Memph is, en
couragleling, tile eduication of thle freed
people. This privilege was granted,and
the resolut ions were read, witih caus
The Mot of "No. 2."
The General Order, No. 32, which
appeared in the Nas of last Th'urs
day, has, it appears, had a depressiig
offect upon the fin-incial interests of
this Military District. It is proba
ble that an appeal will be made, of
sme sort., to the Commanding Geaner
al, to modify the ordor in see re
Mr. ABlor :
As vie are throwl into i state of things,
I riuly a1i0snom1lolm, andl cai tind no analogy in
Ihe readings: o1 i.soy to 0 coi us on in
mi. groping, w.) hv wisdoi sufficient to
wNivi us who.;t is .C:1 to ble doln i Wh
-111 anictatie th Cou1rse 4!Of lctio to ho pu"
sued? lliscusiions not illuminated wit'
tihe toc shings o' eiboratcd argument, oil
g'nde~r e: icment, which p.olllpt ilmpru
det uterencos, calculatedl to ucato ideas,
ando arouslp~ins dangecrouls and mischec
votis inl tihe' lcf e11.iecie.
,urely inl these imesi of generatl depres
:.ion, we havey no pers-mte' who' are anlxiousH
to put. (il i lie l rImr ess of tihe poliii Icir.t in
order to 1 atatke of tho spoil of' party.
Non~e s) bse as t o bi willing "to owe his
gre':lt iis . to his count ry's ruin." And, no
one0, it is hioped, whlo wii tully att empts to
accomplishi his own~ eis, by wor'king withI
thre"~rts upon01 the harra'Issed( miinds of a1 ter
ribly dist ressed peopie. Wh Io. after pat1ient
invest igaition, Janily~l blielves that conlis
Cationt wvill ever be tho r'esult, it' a miijorit y
of' the v'oters' (1ast theIr balilots against call
ing a convent ion' 2 u ho, withi intellect, so
illumiinated, can 'proclaim the poistlate,
"'that all wvill be well"' if' a plurality of
votes atre cast In favor of the calling of a
cotnvention ? And yet, Mr. Editor, ho0w
friequently do we hear1, tand see in print, the
wvoid conifiscation. Doe1s theI ut teer dIwllI
upon the fact, thazt the use of' the word is
fraught with evil, and is adopted to work
inclclabhile injurly to 0our countriy. Tlhait
it par'alyzecs tile enotrgies, pr'eents ll spir'it
of' entIerpr'ise, and shuts1 out all desire for
imiprov'ement ini (one class, and ceates fahie
hlopes ain.l begats~ idlenoess in another.
Mi. Editor1, wvill coiunscationl over be ear
ried into effect.? Loet us8 see.
It is true, the Itaiicaiil Is the holdest party
thlat hals been in power since tho days of
Cr'omiwoll. It i~s tue, this party has recort
ed to ile most 0Xtremie lnoasuiros to efl'ct
uts end11, but wheniever the Constitution has
steood in its way 1xith language distinct and
emphdatic, absolute and1( fnal, the party has
paulsed and set vigorously teo work
remove tile obstaclo; it may haivo- been by
compulsion, but nevertheless the party jus
lilies its acts by having the legal form
wr'littenl and stamped upon tile record. Thle
ipse dixig of Congress, "that a state of war
still okists in the Sothern States8," is the
groundl up~on wvihi Is based the miilitary
r-ulo in the Distriots.
Tho Southern States, in convention called
by the Provisional Governors, eumancipated
their slaives, and ratified tile Constituitional
amendments, abolishing slavery throughout
all thle territory of the Union, and thereby
gave the necessary vote to engraft. those
amlelnenlt utpon the Constitution, and b~y
which the slaves in the "tates of Maryland
Kentucy and Delaware were manumitted.
That act passed thrnough all the channels of'
tile eiroumlecutory oficees, has all the im
press of red tape upon it, and is envelopod
with all the ceremlony of legal form.
Only under tile Constitution, can confis.
cation for treason be considered. .In Arti
cle III. and Sction 8, of the Constitution,
lie language is clear and emphatic, abso
11ut0 and final, "Coogress shall have power
to doclare the punishmetnt of treason, but
no attaindler of treason-shall work corrup
tion of blood oif forfeiture, except during
the life of the0 person attainted." Only the
life timte estate can he sold, and so soon as
the person conr'icted of treason (dies, then
limeditely uponl is (heath, the property
sold, is restored to his legal heirs What
has Chief Juit ice Chauso done in thi, matter
Judge Underwood, of Virginia, ordered
the confiscation of' the estate of a VI.'ginian
j'for treason. - The cage waisearried up to tihe
IUnited States Court of ErrOrs, and, Chief
Just ice Chlase, one of the mcetianluentisl lea
(hers of t he Radical par ty, sent thme ease back
upon the ground, hut. "That the sale of the
properly was absolute,'' which could not, be
done, as only Ihe lilfe'estato coubtl be connaua
tlld. 24h. "That there 00ould be no cohnsioa.
tion for treason until the party had, been
indot d b agrand jurtiy, anid convicted by a
cor po opent jui'ldlen."
What does Attornaoy-General Stanborry
sav ? "The nrovisian in the Coanstitu. of
tilo United Stales does not declare what
shall be tihe punishment on conviction of
treason. Thai Is loft for Congress, with
tie limitation that coiruption of blood
shaill not follow, as a consequence, nor any
forfeiture except during the life of the par
ty. Congress ii tihe exercise o' its power
has limited riohm punishment, as tle conse
lueoce of conviction, tie penalty of leath
or imprisoniment, and tie manuaimission of
-slaves owned by tle party, aid to time div
qim %lification from holding any officti under
tlo United States "
Winit does the Constitution say as to parl
dlonis ? Inl language equally as plain and
emiplatie, it declares, "The President siall
have ihe power to grant reprieves and par
donis for all olfenss againat the United
States, except in cases o' imnpeaiehinent."
President Lincoln issued a pardon to
nearly overy one who had been engaged inI
Imostilities against lime United States in his
proolama ion. After tie surrender of Cen.
Lee, l'resident Johnston issued, an anmnesty
proclamation, granting pardon to all those
who had engaged in tie late rebellion, so
soon as they would take the oath o' allo
giaice. excepting fourteen classes of per
sons therein set fonrth. So each and every
person who did not cono under the four
lein less, and who took the oath of allk
giance was thereby pardoned. Many spe
vial pardons, to persons who cafme within
the fourteen classes, have been granted,
amid with, parlon, all pimnshnent for past
offences, is at an end, so far as confiscation
Mr. Edit or, these are faets, and any person
can draw his own inferenco. I will venture
to assert. and believe it is beyond contra.
dicin,. tmt by parion unler tle aimnesty
'roulamaimtion, consumii by taking tie
oith 1-f alleginnee, and hy. pardon spoecially
gmieled. that there is not onme person in
Fairfield District, whose property, for past
offences can be confiscated. I ur
gently and earnestly advise every manl
who can do so, to be certain andI
register at the proper time. 1 do not say
voto, but by ll mmaner ofy narne register
your name, then you will. hare time power to
vote or not ; that is a miatter for after cout
siduration. But it' you do not register,
then you will not bo able to vote. So bo
certnin ant register it the proper 1ime.
Tho voting for delegates is not doine on the
clmay registration ialkes place, bmi an election
will afteiruans bo or Hlr (I by tIe Com
rmiamding tGen'eral. A lAIn:.in.
General Order No. 34.
S&cOND MIuARY DIsTIaICT,
CHuLEsTON, S. C., Jno1.3, 1867,
I. Sheriffs, Chiefs of Police, City
Marshials, Chiefs of Detectives and Town
Marshals of the several districts, couin.
ties,.cities towns, and other nimniciprl
organizations, in North Carolina and
South Carolina, will at once, by letter
report to Brevet Col. Edward W [[iniks,
United States army, Provost Marshal
General of the Second Military District
Charleston, South Carolina, setting forth
in time report time name of each officer,
his rosiatence, offieial station, duties,
post offico address, salary per aumiim,
and the authority by whom appov tel.
Coronrum, Constables, and other oflicors
inl this Military Dist.rict, whose dimy it.
i*s to mmake arrests. and, who are not.
ichidud i the foree of any Sheriff, Chief
of Police, City MMrshma, Chief of Detec
tivues' or Town Marshal, will make mdi
vidual reports to tho Provost Marshal.
Gemral in like manner and form as
11. Wheiever any homicide, rape,
maV hem, felonious assanilt., burglary,
arson, robbery, or larcny ---where the
property stoleni is of the value of t wen
ty.five dollars and more--8shatll be com
mitted within any city or' town inl this
Mihiary District, the chief officer of po.
lice of snch city or town tiall at. once
imve'stigante the case amd re'por' 'the fimets
to tie Provost Marshah-General, seting
formt h t he nartturi of' t'em rmue, t. lie mnm'
and' rideniice oft he partyv agaminset whos
person or properm y snehl crime hia: been
ceiimniit.1 ed, them~ time' when aniiimd place
senipt i: amid r'esidlm:cit of c.l' offenidir,
ii knmowni; an md if' thle oflied' hams been'
arrested, sttinig wihmat steps havei' beenii
taiken to seeOmii his puniiishmenlit ; anmel if
not, ini cuistody. gi vig any infomti on
which imay be of' service in seenrmiing his
detecuion anmd arrest. Sheriffs of' cotuh
ties in North Carolina and of districts ini
South Carolina, shall investigate anid
make report of such offences, whenm coin
mmitedI withmin their respective cotimties
or dlistr'ets and not witin the himits of
any city or town, in like mnannet' and
f'orm as herein required of' chiefs of po
lice of cities aind townis. WVhen an of
fonder, whose off'er~ce has bernn reported,
shall be arrested, report of the arrest
will be made at once by the officer in
charge to the Provost Maresl Gone.
Consolidated Monthgly Reports of the
abovo enumerated crmes will also be
made by the respective offcers and for
thme localitiu's above desigmnated, to thme
Provost Marshal General. Blinks will
be fturnieihed by him upon application.
The first report to include thmo period
f'romn January let to May 31st, 1807.
III. Whenever any' prisoner shall
bre'ak anid escape from a gniteniary-i,
jail, or othier pr'ison, in thme second M ili
tar'y District, thme officer in charge of
such pomnitentiary, jail, or oilh'r prisot!,
shall at onco miake report of time facts to
theo Provost Marshal Genra, setting
forth imn such report the da'te of' escape
the nlame of each escaped prisoner, his
ago, residence, time crime for ivhmich comn
imitted, whether tunder sentene or
awaiting trial, whether recaptured ; and
stating fully thme manner of the escape
and time circumsmtances tinder iichl it.
was effected. Reports in like form and
mannmor will he made by all ofleersfrom1
whmose custody prisoners may escape
while beuig conducted to or from a pris
oni. Wimever a prisoner shall be re
captured time fact will be at once report.
ed to the Provost Marshal General,-by
the offcer from whose custody the pris
oner escaped. F1ailuge to matte prompt
report of escaped prisoners as heroin
requmiredl will inculpate the delinquent
offeer as aiding and abetting the os
IV. Tile Sherifi's of counties in North
Carolina, and of districts in South Care.
lina, wvili at once report to the Provost
Marshal General the condition of time
jails, prisons, or workhonses, under their
charge, or in their respective districts or
costmites5, as to capacity, conivenience mind
security, and thmo names aldrcuid-onm..
f tle officers responsiblo for the condi.
ion and care of such jails, prisons and
V. All civil officers having 'charge of
my jail, prison or workhouse, iu this
Iilitary District, shall on tie last day
f each month, make a report to tlih
Provost Marshal Ueitoral, upon blanks
o be by him prescribed, and furnished
ipon application, of all such persons
V1ho havo been confined inl slich jail,
)risol, or wvorkhonso duin iiho m t10 ) hi,
miting' filrthl the nam1 to[ thel prisonerI.
is descript.ioi, resid--nco ag,'. when
omm1lilit t.d, for what olbii arrsi ed,
?y whom arrest-4, by whose order ar
este..d, whehr un.b-r sontenme or
1itig tril; if unider sentince, by
viat iribial tried and sentenced ; if
witenced, for what period andi the
iLount, of 11ine or costs if any ; ho')w til.
lloyed howy suiIted ;whet her dischaeg.
d, tratnsfcrred, es':aped or deceased ; if
lischarged by what autithority ; if trvis
erred, to what place and by whom or.
lered. Tio first report made under the
equirements of this paragraph will in
:Indo the period from January lst to
UIay 31st, 1807.
VI. All Sieriifs, Constable, Police
nd other civil oficers and persons,
Ihoste duty it is under the laws of the
rovisional governments, of North and
4oluth (T Crolin to selv writs or Imako
Lrrests, are hetreb Iy ieqiiired to obey and
'xecule tho lawinl crderat of thi PrOVo3t
Warshnl Gteral, to th;, samo el'cet as
hey aro required by law toolwy and ex
tcute writs, warrants or other proce s
380 by civil migistrates. And any
esistanco to or disobedi-mnce of the la w.
'it orlers or authority of the Provost
tlarshal General shal sibject the of.
bider to trial by it [iliary Commission
ind1 upon conviction, to removal From
>fliee and punlishment by ntie and im.
-rlV . Duplicates of the repoits re
inired by the provisions of pari aph 11i,
Lll ;tit( V uf this order, to bIl l- by;41! 1)
Ocal ollicers to the Pro ..\l. r.d Gen
'al, will at, t1he s ntim il e ) e :it to tle
?roper Post Commamder.
v iii. Teio pe ormanco or tin duties i
mnjoined by this ordei- will notbe con
utrued to reliove civil oflicers from the
iisciarge of any of the dutici now re
lired of them11 by the laws of the local
rovisional governments. .id aiv
,ivil oiieor who uhall refuso .r neglet
.0 perform promptly the dutes hercill
r(uired of him, or who shall make any
also retiri or report of till matters
ierein prescribed, ahall be dismissed
'rom his oflice, and be snbject to trial
)y Military Commission for Itisdmean
IX. Sherif's, Constables ind other
)liCerS, whose (fllicial emlolmlllts are
:01fitned to costs aIll fefxz, SIli b allow.
td tor services pierforlimld uindeir tho
>rders of tile Provost Marhial Gnmal
11.h Satmle Costs AInd lees, tok- paid ill 111
Mlae Imtalliler, as is tpr ridid by t.
aws of the local provishnal govern
nt10lts for like service indol those la ws.
X. All persons in this Mfihttarv Dii
rict., who may know of any ;hrente ned
>reach of the peace, or iVtLiu commis.
iion of any crime or offenow, tro reques
ed to tiako Complaint ithieire(f at once
o the Chiefof Police, or Marbal, of the
it.v or town ; or, ifthe crimepr disorder
tiall be committed without tHe limil- of
my city or town, to a MIaginate or the
3heri'of tile cout or distlrit.; and, if
)r4)mlpt. acition shall1 not1 be tak1 by th
>flicer 1)tolwhom tile mall 1e r shl\ be re-"
lorted1. suchi personis are0 reqpwared Iol
.epor. all the facts to ihe P'ost nn-tl
nanderldt atid to the0 Provost Ma rabil
Kl. fr~l~i*4nOn)! f'4 .i..f-l' illa
-t. f ti . . of A.- ). U .. ~ I
A. A. A.. G.
Official: J. W. C.ous, Capt. 3b
[nf., A. D. C. andl A. A A. G. " I
B~oardi of Direei.ors .11nd Stockhohleiei)I
his CJompany have helid severaln:.
ngs mn this city dunring the last weel t
whlich full andl able repos~ts fromni
flicers of the road wvero submitted'd
It is nowv in our pow~er to state iti
~reat confidence is felt thiat~ the con e
ions of tile Blue Ridge Railroad m
Jincinnati and( Lonisvillo wvith x. i:
nule wvili soon) be made. Thle worl 'm 1
Knoxvie to the North Ciroline me11
owards Claytonl and WV alIhlla i8 deri
:Onitract antd steadily progr'essing md
vhen this section1 is coup1ltEu-d, -('re
viii be bim one Ihunidred and twvend ils
o he budtt by lhe Uhw;i Ridgei U4- ondC
'omfpanytl, 1up)n wvhich nearly tilpe
:ent. of the work is already don'e4
T'he Company hope, by isa' ga
>referred stock of $2,000,000, d by'
ising . $2,250,000 of their 'r: gage
1(ond4, 1.0 comtpieto tile whole r~i $8,
)00,000 of thei old stock .havo' readhv
>UCn judiciously (expenlded, St ,this ~
voul1d be readlily deferred in) '1 tr of.
>f the new stock proposed to b1 < ted.
C'hus thle investment wvill hiavj he so.
mirity of the wholo cost, $7 ,i ,00;
uid will have, as a margin, tly pecial I
bcurity of thole wi stock to ' lit 1s
>roferred- Mearc.y. L
Tile Emuporor Napoloon/ I -pro- S
lentod to thte Universityla -South 01
Bend, Indiana, a superb a~ werful C
telescope valued at,26,00 U''s. It h
tas i'ncsuribed upon it a roneh :ti
'Presented by ble Imporil ajesty pi
Napoleon III. to the Cab lo Uni- 01
versity of' Notro Dame dii ao, In-. of
hlana, United States." . 0
JoMN 0. flRuCKENRItB- IN loMi,.....
A ladj in Richmond has reo a letter 1
r-Ion. Hornoo Oreoloy, grten a fow fo
lays since, as we are confi 4tyassured,
nelosing a hltter to be selfi John U.
Breckinr'idge, urging him p return to fo
America and go to work, 9withetan~ding iii
what the fool t na say a1 -him. We t
'nte this from a reliable sote, and elm.
Fly giveit- as a news itnSwithout eom-. In
As thoro are two debating societies
in town, we take the liberty of pre
senting for their considoration a quory
which is said to have engaged the at
tontion of a Westernt debating socio
ty. It roads thus . "If a follow haint
nothing wheni he gets married, and t ho
girl haint nothling, is her things hiz.
zon, or hizzen hern ?"P
Tiaursday Iiglit alia thoro egan 1
spell of wet weathor which continued.
all day Pritday, and which is likely to
d1o much injury to the crops as the
wind blew briskly in the meanutimo.
vis and I [oi. J. M. Mason wetnt to
Canida west the other day. At Non
treal, afler service at an Episcopal
church,. quito a crowd collected rond
the door to catch a glimpse of him;
many pressed lorward to express their
phasure on seeintg the illustrious hero,
aid ono entlisinstic lady pressed
through the tlhrong, touchdt]I him onl the,
3houl-ler, and said, triumphirilv :
"Ther I I 've 1(oneh il :ui !' h ;ta :
(dnxt. da' at M. IO -wll' to say
Ira t. slit' was It.' pa rtN ill r oi.
TI"'he reporters havlv immnth- him itnvent.
in ral estale pisuously, and hav'e
ail'o collused all eil' famni:st ic :Iad wealthy
solitefril larfv ta pl') r :c lirn a coii
i* se .it llt , ;. ( ' . .. I aill, bow
eVer ilile. to Oale, oil gool aillboity,
f1.t, Lis laustid is not yet, made ip, aid'
a1fiat. he will ri' tU n tI o 1. altreal 41r4 h
finally setties oi his plais for tho fn
SIr non anal nameako', eoming ill
Ifrow I-unoimlie il the o)h;e dayV to) meet.
hi a. :t ..ln:arail. *'::.na-a1 cndh-ra
bl bored by ran mtau-ain- , a111 I-ma
ILBton. Tti boy iatnaano v appij.aled
to .he coiductor to pruil' him1 from
the inulilts of a varandal foe. :ial01 the
scene was, I un(lerstoad, reimaikably
ason has a two-stqry brick house at
Niagara villbare. Mr. Davis was at
Poronjito oi Moinday to attenl a wed.
ling of some friend the next day. All
which we learn from the New York
Mi. Disi.u:r..-Tho London Tcli.
ra()h says :
"Mr. Disraeli is, on tre great historic
tge , a most versatile ainl accomplished
actor. II has maany mainan'rs. and two
>f theim are his own' especial favcrites
lPhere is the light conedy manner. with
Yhic hi ie gracefilly evaildes a qiluestion.
negantly avoids an aw k ward subject,
mid passes oa, in ian air v fitshion to the
)der of the day. There is nlo t Ie Sill)
ime anl epie manier. ; lt fpeaker
-ises to ir diignity of' the occasin ; tho
lelp anil lone.it emot ion of his noble
teant gives a swvlinrg grateil.r, a pa.
reian abrnomt tearful aemphisasis to lais
toice; and ie cniavev' the idea Ihat te
estnding for his photograph, with aL
vie'w to 1ts exhibition, may vears helco
an a national portrait gallery."
'i'in: ]tun nAu RF.PAOr T FOR APRIL.
Brevetl Major-Gleneral R. K. Scot
rulisunmmt (unissirarmr for theo.Statv
>f tonthI Cia rolinat, has made his ro
)oit, forr the mon11thI of A pril1. Ile sayn
he ar nieri anrrmiy the people for
r nt af haod i.s *ralrnt indlcecibaalle
mu ut n eenfo the deon
mali Oeceive waunt. C asos of insani
y aind rdeatIh fromn aetualn hunger are
eported in somea DIistricets.
Th'le New Yaurk Tri/>lunc thainks "It
a simewhaurt r'eamark ble coincidence
tia ( .inst at thle trie when the right
f suh~ragea huas booni conferred umpont
lie f'reedmoen oaf the Sonth, the no
roes of the liritish Weost India pos5
essions sho0uld have beeni summarily
eprived of that right." It is proof
lint England, after thirty years'
-retched experienee of negro suffrage
a Jamaica, has come to her senses,
ud( withdrawn that suffrage. The
xperiment of negroes v'oting hats sat
rfiedl the goveirinment of Enigliand that
ao thing is enttirely ianpracmtioable.
IMron'r.Tw MT'oveM trra or Tniiors.
-'l.wo conimaies of the~ Uniitedi Staites
'oraps statiionod in thitis city rad two
>mpl an nics f' roma aha uubf a 'will loavVe(
iis.Pistrict otn Wed nn'sday next to
ar llrai (al one of th le India ui r'ts ran the
~OStorna fti'ir 11 ..enerrail~ (roona of
onauina will go o'it iii d~oininanid 4
It is Oxpecitedl that the pla1c of the
'oopsR which are about toa heave wrill
o takeni by three other companies,
vo of infatitry antd on1e of ar-tillery,
bioh will arrive in the course of a
eck or two.-Mercury.
TIoUCHIING IN'Jimn Wr.---Tho. bDynch
iag Viyemnrn relates the followinaa
tmhin rg imeidet:
A getlman who wvas on his way
imday ovei~mg last to visit thte grave
a yountger brother who died in the
onfederato service,, d iseovered; just as
Sreached tile gato of-thue comoetory,
re former servants of'the family a p.
'oachinug theo grave with flowers iaid
rergroons it their hianda. Keeping ont
their view, he watched them climb
!0r thle iron ralbng, took the flowers
d evergreens firom his co mpniuonsndc
d themn teonderly on1 the grave of' his
rmner young matelr..
The New York iHerabl Is howling '
r the blood of Jefl'. Davis. Thlo
iwhnag of a dog Is a sign that some
lfwill dlie, but wO don't think that -
ti 1s ease it will lee Jeff. Perhaps
will'be the doS.---Prntic.