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NEW,1S SUM 31AR Y.
'Tlhe 1'Ireat sie(ch of feimato suffrage in
l'arlinflent is .41yb10" 1110; cal Afill inery. I
The firsi minis.er of S1ato ever sent to
4his euntry from tiroeco Just arrivet In
I-oruallhvay, New York, is to ho paved
with -New IlmpihiIJiri! granite, at at cost of 5
it sayl:are yird--t letal cost of $'00,000.
The state, Comialty tad lown debts of New
York amolt to $140,000,000, or about 835
for each inlia'itin.
Al fie children's ball, in Paris, at girl of
elevii, Wlo Nunez, wtre $10(0,000 of dii.
An eloniy C:thinet, inlaid with ivory, ainl
intendod for a lalies' houdoir , is exhijliled
in t lie Paris E xp'sition. Its price is $10,.
Two frighifl denths f'om hydrophobila
took place in New Orleanis List. week. Iie
vielitius were children.
('ong i-s.iitl I-lohn Mor isoy is dle pir.
chiser of larumn's beautifuil rsiodeonce, at
ltili-port, Coini. The price paid wasau
'ie averange desh of the Atlantia ocean
t8 estiiaed uiat 2>,000 fee., fand that of the
l'Acilie at 20,000. The deepest water in Ih
Alantie is oil t he lani1d of S1. llelena,
which lani been ouided '7,0) feel, or over
Aiiy fanilies are emigrant ing over land
f'ioma Texas to Ciftirin. Thie Dji oia J,
?Il/ descriles a caravant of I welve families
which passad through !hit town in one
The reportel silver mins in daclson coun.
dy, Wef. Virginia, art still afttracting nt
tnaiion. The iPlint PleasanItt /14 irle says
I hait ih i mines nre in liaig, t'a.pitalis
are limy in ndia livin to iaay lanids wher
iere are indicaitioIs o"ilf ut'e eiotas intl.
The largesa rooin in Ie world, unbroken
ly plillarsi ori other obstruiie lioni, is at SO
etor:<hIurg lnsia. if is six hlaaiaalral and
i ly feel in lenigth ant one huitairell and
ify fet in breadih. ly laylIght it is used
dioi military displayn.
'The tal praAon aion or the r duick
Oer t iuiaes 'lain tg I lo ism. yeara' was about
- flails, of' which lilta old Alhaden ut
"l-nina 11nd0 lidt. lrian mins of' Ast-ia
* Pp~led~ -;WiN2, while h re1ainder, -5,
liasis, ceaiai froim Ill dleposits of Cali.
Tho soirce of I the sipply i told th oul fl ow
of ihe !raaIt Nor h- wsiern lathes Is to he
luvesigated ilhis year by th liunited stales
(overnin'il . 'There has heel oforo laetn
ntl dlisenin, but ino invest iga tit u pon
this i erlesling uhject.
The Sowin g: M ach ine i.s likely to hnvc
a aival in Hiit oniLn receitly perfeetel
by which iwearingi. aipreplrl of all kinda
Sitd-s, planaatlos, i'eu, skirts, ladies,'
inaanles, jiakts, coas, etc., etc -are both1
wOvel ail seiwel alt lihe saiae tinto, ITie
sewitg of ite senams is ttronger even Ihani
hant . I'l wag iand perfectl mthli and even,
iaid ah faanliles are wven and sewd ofay
paattert, of wotl, Hilk, Clton, or ally other
'The Cablo 'Tele'V ligriiph Coaipanly havo ro
fused f sund any rti-a her de0spatches for
our Goiver nenit witout. pro-payment of
ri-ats-h rul which Wapplis to All other
cistomiers. This diai.iAo is the colnso.
qlucile of ocreitary Sewatrd's refusal io play
for the iigeohiw altah ala-t tie 10Rusao.
tIe Il uissiani (lovernment hiotuld pay that
A Nei w anrk pa per. ays "Califoria
wh Ieat, witch ioh all receitIly' in (la i- .nilao
for thre-ae doallars an'I sixty cents~ a bushiel,
.will htard-aly coaamm11adi heo dlllairs.I alour
Is fallling. Au 1striatlia is now huiirdtened iihI
whieaf, iaitlaing frecighat to Enaglantd, andl Enig
Inndta is seninig lots of ('alifonia wheat to
the Uite S tatfes." We conagraftulatte 00on
snaneas aponi thIi s ntew andalf tiely supply.
Luxiemburaaig, about whiuch Furopa~e has
ately becen in so gaat a Iatmoil, has, dfori
aiao of athe fiavor-ito aiausemenlatta of id S inahabdi
tatsa, eat rraes. .linch ith - y buargher
fakes hils cnt ini a bag I wio mnileas fronm town,
anda if a giveni signat they all shako their
bga, atecats te--ip out atoaredl to deathI anda
runt home ias fiast they cant go. Th'lo,lirst
cat fliat reaches~ ahe towni gales is the win
Tfhe Unttlo field of Sadowa, in Autslria,is
haiving all ifs treces cut down. It will be
r'eaembeed flint this woodi was th liecy do
the btale of Konnaiggrata, on the hiolaing
of' whtich for a long whiil I hng v ict ory or
defteat. It. is nlow heing s-t ripped of its ftm
bet' lay Auslitriatn wtoodt eutter, atal Ihis it
done to deosiroyvai a tas of a locality thaitt
taiust forever remtinda ihemci of a great nation.
'[The New York Tima-es gceerally diefends
the conducot of Sheriana, bitt it now thlinks
ibai the paowier gtranited by the Mlilitary bill
is so arbiftraray, "'so utlterly at varianceat witha
the r'eltationl of Ithe soldier to the law, its
u nderstood by I le Amuerican pecopto,---lhat
'notltiag shocra of' a great etmergoncy cant wait'
r-aut. ifs exetrcise."
The~ adi~cuilty baetween th Itomiih Cauroli
aI lahoad andat the Caohnnabia anal Agttt
Railr oadi was set float ye-sft'arday mtornling, byi
t ho numliial l 1aoiitics. Mr. 11 adeli fl'e,
Chief of Police, underct diirect bon of thle City
Counctil, prtoceededi 1 t lie dispted piointt of
terr-itory ; and afteri a format verbal profest
fr'ein thle agenit of thle Sou th Carioina lual
r'oada, adireced Poilicean C'ooper' to remov'e
the ensinue, whlicht wa'is adon, atal hle cross.
ang wits paromlptly 1-atd. Thtis is the t'esult,
as wve pr'oisedu1
Th'le Sehntia (Alit.) Xesenger c' hr'oiles I le
de~ath., iin the Almnshiouis of lDallns Counsty,
on Satutrday last, of Ilobert MceKitight int
the 84thi year of his age. Mi'. Mc~utghat
was, per'haps, the olet proiniter in dhe
Untited States, havIng coomeced learnuing
the "art preser'vative of all arts" in Geor'ge.
Iown, 8. C., in 1708, and until withina afew
years was able to work at I Io case, lie
was an hoanest, Industrious, and. good man,
anal notwi thsdandinag lihe poveraty In whichh
hie adied, wits amich resaptet by all whlo
kntew him. ieo was the father of Major
(Geo. MeKnaight, betteor kcnownt as t"Aa
At a gr'andl army f'estival in Ilohmolil,
l"data, Al isaa eniio Presacoltt was voted iii
be thle haiadsomaest girl it Ameroalea. [W1letl
1i1t niiglit be so amuong the hoyal States,
ut you haven't say right to speak for the
,Intreeotst Iucted. --EliI. N mys.I
In ftie Jemnotratic Convention of Pennsyl
Vania It resolution Itaanking (en. Sheridan
mas lun-ultuously ruled out of order. Of
A French agenoy for internationnl mar
vinges aIds to its advertisemient, "/Ionheu;
'ar,thle unan"-hpiness guaraulieed for
Peat charcoal Is twenty per cent., more
cninhistible than that of oak. It has been
appiliel to softeling steel plates and dies
witiih reiairikahlo slicemss.
The season is extremely backward in
Northern Verinont und New fIfIpsiI1, and
tatiners have not yet finished thiir plant
ing. Ilay is high and scarce.
'hie household tlfecls of Mrs. Lincoln,
vife of (he l'resident, are to be held at
public auction at Springfield. The funil
uire is vilied at *-,0i0. Mrs. Lincoln's
income is statud to be only $2000.
ly tle deatl. of her fatier, in Rath, Eng
laud, the i wire if Col. U. L. Eberhardt, of
Macon, (N., has fuallen heir to an estate
valtd at over $131,000,000 which will be
divided between herself, a brother, and two
i is annotiiice: from Newburyport, la -
mchuitsetts, 11ha t a merchiantf of tlimt city
'ecently receivel a Iloegramim from Calcutta ;
ItId hld been two days aid live hours on its
pmssage. This dispatch cost ',O, and had
travelled over 13,000 iiles.
l\Mr. Chanrles lende, it nppears, has aotu
illy comimenced his trefatencil action
against ftie Round Table, for it review of
tie novel, (rllith Caunt. Accoriling to
the 'all lail (,'vixel/, the cotmilit. covers
forty '1our1 pages of foolseaip, and it' ajuist ed
ogether, entl to end, will be Iifteen yards
A diaiamind weighing between twenty.one
innt twenty-two carats hasi) boen fround ott
the Orargo Itiver, in South Africa. The
Colijal (overinent has takei th e malt or
in hiand, andt1.1 we 11111 sooni know whether
that is to lie, its is predicted, one of (tie
diiondl-produciting coti tries of tie world.
A colored clergyman, in a prayer maet
inlg in Virginia, while engagel inl supplica
t'oin a few weeks siane. after pramying for
Saih i vine lessing uption the (Govronor of'
that. State and all otters in anthority there,
continned : "And 0 Lord- Lord-O Lord,
it it. will not exhiaist thy compassion, have
MIercy upo0n Anidirw .1os11011."
A new iethod of inproving the roads
has been projected in England. It is pro.
Isel to lay two pairs of nearly 1lmt, rails
wit It a slight depression in each rail, mo tlat
wagoni wheels will keep tho track, and also
to lap a gulido rail in ithe tnilie of each
track for the driver to sight. with.the polo of
his carriage, so as to be able to 'keep the
wheels ink the depresmioni. This symtemi,
it is cltimel, will materially lessent the
power necessary to draw heavily htlen wa.
We wero shown yesterday a relic of the
lato wat. which is, prlitimps, the most. rare
and curions to be fiuid. It con.--ists oft wo
hullefs, one til ed fron thue Conf.derate and
Itho ot her from (he Federal lines, which met.
so full as to be tuiaslied that, the ol in ito the
other. Being tie conical sitpel 'linio
balls, they tmust havo Imet on precisely (lie
saao line of axis, and boti being mashed
equally hat., they must havoe been going
with tho samie velocity. iuchl an amioablo
tmeting between such deadly missiles frot
oppositng f'orces would hiardly take place
oncee in (cit millions of times. The halls
were picked up huet wen th picket, lines in
front of Peters~burg.
A Convent ion of Jecws has been in nes
sioni at Phiilade'lphtia, nteatly every synta
gague in the United States being r'epresct-.
ed. It wits resolved to co operate In tie
removal of (the ,Jews of the Turkish Ptrov
vines ant the~ barbary States to l'ailestiie,
and to enceourage the developement of agri.
culture atnd thie ts Itore. A paper r'ead
by R1ev. Mr'. Lesser claimied t hat the Faltia
ethinux tribes of .\byssintia and the people
of (lie intetrior of (inatu arcot the l ineal do.
scendats of the lostt tibecs. Thieir iant
tiers, customs, andl forms of prayer, show
tis to be the ease. As efforts are matkinig
to conivert. thiem to Christianity, a moesson
get' is about to be sent. out, by the Untiversal
tstraelitish Alliance of Paris to coutnteract
The Statuntont, Via., V7ndicatfor, of thie 14th
says :"A kind of caterpilter has been ralva
ging (lie forests on the northtwostern side of
the town tfor some days past. It was at
tir'4stiupposed to be tie atrmy wormn, but
those wvho are acquaited with tho opera
liitns of thle armty wormt inform uis that thtey
dlestroy' evetry spear of grass, (te blades of
gr'owing cr'ops, &c., over whtich they pass,
bitt ito not. dist uirbi thet foitago ofhlargo trees
In their track. These, however, destroy
the foliago of trees and pass by the growing
cr'ops. Ye learn fronm getitlemn who went
out to examine them on Wednesday morn
mtg, that, they had disappeared, ftrm which
ho ar'guts that they ar ecaterpillais, which
operat o otnly when thle stun shines, andu on
accouttl ottahe i'loudy torniag could not be
sen. The fotrests ovri which they passed
areo left per'fectly baro of teuaves.
An Irishtman caryinig .a heavy buradle
-ttpon his shoulders, watt ridinig ont the tfront
phtt fotn of a lloston htor's cari, anid wits
asked why3 iho didi not sot his laad downt
upon thec plat thrma. "iHe Jaber's,"' wait hits
r'eply, "thte hor'ses have enough to do to
drag ute; Ill1 carry the butndlo."
I cannoct conceIve, any clear, what's (lie
mat ter with Itmy watch tI thintk it mutst watt
oteaning,"' exclaimed ant hidutlgenit husband
to his better htalf, (te othier day. ''No, pa,"
said is pet tel little datughtor', ''I kntow it
dlon't watnt cleaning, becatiso hahty anud I
wash ed it, in it basin ever so long this morn
WVaxrmn.-A btroom for sweeping asset'.
tions. A collar for a neck of lantd. A
quining glass for an eye to buisintess. A
ioceker for thme cradilo of the deep. A few
tears fromi a weeping willow. Some dlown
from thto bosomt of a lake. A feathter from
the crest of a wave. Somot qutills from the
wings of' the windi. A-fast book-The lRa.
On Saturday lat (lie United States Trea
tiary held the largest amount of' money ever
held ha anty one time sInce Ihe organtizationt
of the.Gover'nnent, to wit :$180,000.000,
of wrhich $102,000,000 were goid and $,.
WINNSBORO. S. 0.
Wednesday Morning. Juno 26, 1807.
1). B. MEcC IGHT, EorTon.
T HREE IDOLL.AR5 er yenr; TWO DOLi.ARS
or six iminth ; ONE O . It for thro umonths
sayable in "greenb>:Icks." Single copis 'Ten Cents.
lr - Thll- ,I-,per will be dis tili ed(il on the ex -I
'titiot of tJe time Iir wiolt pinmen lot loba lr etn mdol
;tgbrriber wh linll it cro i- aurk on the wrapper or
itr'ht of tih,' r p.o per, wil I mu dersstndl that the thno
rih fr'r h' '% lirr-il.
A ISlUtTISINXi It \'TES.-One billatr per sqtev
or ihe firit. inll .4 vvi*tv live ivnt.; 1'.r each stii h )
jeurint ttinerntI. A selit et- cesaistsI .. the rp-ce uici-lt.
)it e. t- wr'ive! liines oft th '4 4ze! typit
GA1n I tA'1i-'.,t .-I0 roipie 'S y:r Tli w-'- ny-a
)olhlo I. Ali extra ciiopy it the weran hi:rki g tip ilt'
tuti, nl1a'y thu ist .lenutuer'.. 111)7.
C'rf' W ithi Ie lil l h ip '1 eel tihel) st11. it 1 iis
vatolosethl mid thll- mancy Is% li.] thle person imkin- Lthe
lI1ib. inty udit nll)y nutn!er tit' nmmov% at the tma rai-,.
. - W e 4 wish . lto 1141;I1,,Yinc t 1 nlr.-tum1if, th-t otlr
ernesi ror stabscrmgtioin utiver thi,- flnod job wor)k niro
Second Volume of the Fairfield Iterald,
'The 1ibn.u.n t.o-day eitori upon
ite second year ol its ne0w e!xistenire
that is, of the Series begall silnel tle
TIo ouir many frieneLt and patirons it nlow
colmest with greetinhg-. The 11h.nAI.n
has ived anld grown in the last year,
although it was a year of poeliar suffer.
in1g, poverty antd distress inl otr imidst.
May our patrols this year realize a
bountiful rettirn of tle blessin gs of Pro
videnice for their labor nd patience ;
an11d beo tho be)gililg of the 11ird
year cf tle Post l//uflm existenee of the
ll KIAi. is. anoimutIned, iay the Slate
be at least uipoli an epahy with all
the States of the Union.
Call and Settle,
Will t.hse inuh-bted t.o this olice
please cail and settle, as we are obbyed
Stauhtry's Opinion of Military Power.
We have read wi th imuch pleasure tlie
supl) plecintary opintion of tho Altor
Iey -Gen. upon tle pover conferred by
the \lilitary Acts upon the General.
Com111a1nti ding tile soveral Distriets.
Would that we could say that we Con
template its effect, as that effect shall
result upon us of the South, in the
salme pleasanlt mlood.
When Andrew Jackson, said, "The
"Unien-it nmist and Ihill be pre
"served ;" and when Napoleon 11.
said, "Tle EImpire--it, is peaee,*
these exponlelnts of sovereign power
heIt, their whole wisdom to embody
in fact the deterillinlation of their
Thoso avothegims remind us of one
that imight so easily now be adopted
by tle exponent party of the sover
eignty of the United States (lovern
ment, that is, of the Republican ptr
ty. low easily Imlight that part now
say, "The Uiion hall be restored
"harmoniously," and how casily could
thoy exert, the power to effect this
hatrmonious reconstructin if they
Thant part-y nieither recgardls us in
nor out otf the Union, so we are knock
md about 1liko the shumttle-coek b)etweeou
the power of (Congress, (ho irmnness
of the President and the will of our
Now Mir. .Johnson, through Mr.
Stanbery, strikes at Congress, discon.
corts the listrict Coninnanders, aind
whlo, pr'ay, is to suffer ?
If the President issues ain order to
restrain thle Gonoriab, lio is threaten
ed1 w.ith imupeachmnent. Already (Gen.
Siekles has been asked to be relieved
of his~ command, and domannded a
Court of Inquiry upon his otlitcial no
tion, that lhe may vindicate himself
from the accusation of the Attorney..
Goneoral, published, it is presumed,
w'ithi the approval of the 1Pres~idenit.
Th'le issue bet woon the President
and Congress upon the bearing of te
Military Aects, has alrcady aissumiied
definite. shape enough, no doubt, to
arouse the predominanit party in Con
gress. The contingent Summier ses
sion of Congress is likely to be0 a roe
ality'. Tholin w.ill be sustained the
overy ordor, act andl purpose of C en
erais Sickles, Schofield, Ord, Pope.
and Sheridan, Whatev.er may be the
views of either Mr. Johnson or Mr.
Stanbiery, these will have no effeot for
good to us.
The Oonstitution of 1787 Gone,
We have so frotquently asserted that
the principles of governmenut adopted
by Washington, Madison, &o., were
forever gone, and would no loniger prie
dominate in the adiniistration of (lie
United Statosgovernment, that we. do
not think it necessary to advert to i t,
except to call attention to (lie perni
Cious doctrine set forth ini the ain
nouncem en t of tLo Washington Ch/ron -
ic/e, bolowv, viz: "That no p0ople
"mi any State can either amend
"their organic law or frame a r eow
"Constitution without the consent of
Heavy Internal lovenue Tar.
The Newberry Ilerald says it has
hoard fronm (lie Clork of the Court of
that District, that a Mortgage Bond
was romded in that o.fic .p......b
tho internal reoveniuo stamups amounted
to fifteen hundred dollars.
- We have not only heard of but
hav actually seen the balm. It, ais
been recorded inl the Clerk's offico of
thi.s place. There ar0 upon the bond
seven $200 stamps, and two $50
stamps. Whoro they are pasted the
paper looks like a picture book.
Mr. Staubery and Gen. Siokies,
To publish the wholo opinion of
Mr. Stanbery would occupy more
space thanl we caln afford to give. The
reader will gather a good idea of the
bearing of the argumient from its ap;
plication to the case of our Military
Commander. It is ruo no name of
any general is given in the A ttorney
Geone rat's opinion, but. every one in
this M ili.tary District will recognize
wl'o is alluded to in the following ex
t.ract frot Mr. Stanbery's opinion:
III another of these districts a body
of military edicts, issued in general
and special orders regnlarly inumber
ed, and in occasional~ eirculars, have
bee promulgated, which already be
gin to asstune he dimenions of a
code. These military orde miodify
the existing ha w in die remedies for
collectioli of debts, the enuforeeient
of judgments and dleeres for the pay
inent of money, stay ing proceedings
instituted, prohibitig, in certain
cases, the riglt to 1ring suit, onjoill
ing proceedings oil executltioni for the
torin of twelve Iluo11iths, giving liew
liens in certain eases, establishing
hoiiestead exemiptions, declariiig What
shall Ie ia legal temiiler, aiollishig. in
certaii cases t he remedy by f'oreign
attachment, abolishing bail "as herc
tofore aut horized' il vases x euntra(t,
but not in "other case, known as e
dyit "and changving,' in several par
tic:ulars, tle existing laws us to the
punislimient o cis, o1.1and directinl"
that; tho crimes referrol to hll be
punished by imprisoonent at hard
labor for a term not exceeding ten
years nor less than two years, inl the
discretion of the court having juris
diet on thereof." One (or tle gene
ral orders, being nuimbered ton of the
series, contains rO less than Seventeenl
sections cimbodying the various ebiainy!
es and modilications which have bem i
The question at once arises in the
mind of every lawyer, what, power of
discretion belongs to the court having
jurisdiction of aly of these offeices
to sentence a criminal to any other or
different punishuent than that pro
vided by the law which vests him with
jurisdiction.- The concluding para
graph of this order No. 10, is inl these
words: "Any law or ordinance hereto.
fore in force in Nort-h or South Carolina
inconsistent with the provisions of this
general order, are hereby suspended
and declared inoperaitive." Thus an
announcing not only a power to sus
pend the laws, but to declare theml
generally inoperative, and assuming
full pouers of legislation by the mhili
The ground upon which those ex.
traordinary powers are based is thnu
set forth in Military Order No. 1, is
siued ini this district: "Thle civil gov'.
ernent no0w existing in North
and South Carolina, is provisional]
only, aund in all respeets subject to the.
paramount authiority of the UinitedJ
States at any t ime to abol ishi, modify,
eon trol, or surperced e the same.
Thius far the provisions of the act ol
Congress ar'e well r'ecited. What fol.
lows is in these words: "Local laws
and munnicipalI regulations not, iuicon.
sistent withb the Conist itutioni of the
1 Unite States, or the proclamation of
the I. ~esient, or with such regulha.
tionis r are or maiuy hie prescribed in~
the orders of the general commi and in
are hereby dheclared to bei in force,
and( in conf'ormnity therei'with, civil ii'
eer's are hereby a uthiorized to coitiue
the exercise. of their pr'oper funct ions,
anid will be resp~eocd and obeyed by
The construction of bia p~owers un
der' the act otf Conigress places the
iitary coniinander on the same foot
ing as the Coingress of the United
Stat es. IL assiues that "thie paria-.
mioiunt authority of tho Uniite~d States
at any time to abolish, mnodif'y, coin
truol or' supecede,"~ is vested in lhim as
fully as it is reserved to Congress.
Hie (deemus hiimso.!f a 'urersentativec of
that par'amont 'huithori ty. lie puts
himself upon ani egnality with huimuw..
mauking power of' the Uniion, t he onuly
paramnount authority ini our' gover'n
mient, so0 far, at least, as die enact meit
of laws is concerned. H e places him
self oni Ihighor ground than the Pr'esi
dent, who is simply an excentive 001i
ccr. lie assumeCs, directly or' iindir'eet
hy', all the authoity of the State, Ie
gislative, executive and judicel, and
in et'cet dechares "Ioam the State."
I regret that I find it necessary t-o
speak so plainly of this assunnptioni
of' auithority. 1 repeat what .1 have.
'heretofore said, that I do not doubt
that all theso orders hiave been issued
unider an honesthblief that they were
necessary or expedienlt, and fully war
rainted by the act of Congress. There
may be evils and( ischiefis in the laws
which these people have made for
themselves through their own legisha
tivo bodies, which require change;
but none of those can be so intolera..
ble as the ovils and mnischiiefs which
must ensuo from the sort of remedy
app lied. One can plainly see what
wvill be the inevitable confusion and
d isordeor which such d istm rbanoes of the
whole civil policy 'of the State must
produce. If these military edicts are
allowed to remain, even during the
brief time in which this provisional
military government may be ini powver,
the scods will be sown for such a fu..
ture harvest of litIghtion uas lhas never
ben infliced upon any the peole
Tho Olosing of the Bar-Rooms in Charles
Tho Charloston Mtercury in alluding
to the effet of a. 0. No. 32 in tha,
fleneral Orders No-. 32 has already
seriously alfected tho credit of the
city, ild caused a- fall of ton per cent.
in city stocks ; it renders the city
poworloss f.' carrying on tho niei
noeded improvenients required by its
preseiit dilapidated condition. The
liads of Imore thant o110ino undred anid
twenty fail iies will be deprived of
their Imneanus of' support ; the closing
of (tie har-rooils will expose to want
and discominfort more thtim five hu1no
ireil men011, wolien i d children). It
will throw a large nuiber of personis.
out of emlploymlenit. at a 61ime when
otlher employment cannot he obtained;
it will leave up)on tle hands of own
WI of real estaite itore thint on hiun1
dred houseLs for which the present oc
eupiers will have Io further use.
Anly 1an who knows anything of
liquor laws nid liquor r"gulations,
knlows that anly prohiblition of the
Sale of Spirits but increases their Col
"Order 32" will inot stop file con
sinnption of lignor, anid it will not inl
itself' pre vent disorder; but it will
bring tihn dreds to the brink of riin,
it will help to dratg down our City
Treasury and it. will injiure', direct ly
or inldirectly, every claMs in 1h coni
The HI Irliolnuist says:
W hen i:ikiing new strawberry pln
tat lons set lie pIllats at a distanice of'
abliout eightein inches in the row, an1d
t(e rows two to two and a half' feet
apart, anid exlpect to keep them aftor
w ard'ils in hills, as by so doing a larger
herry and more gnaitity is obtainecd
than when girowii in watted beds.
Do not wauit f'or the weeds to grow so
large as to simiother the strawberry
vine bef'ore cminenn witIl the hoe,
but remnber that it is easier uind
less labor to Ioe over, an n'e liee
times wheii the woods n'e olnly one
inch high, than to hoo nUd weed it
onle after they get tU be six inches, a
foot or iore,
Ve hope this Wliole Community
will avail itself of tho advantage of'
iltiviting? this most delicioi fruit.
We have experienced citizens here
who will no doubt willingly give any
informatio required, not only upon
the masnner of cultivation, bit as to the
best varieties of strawyberries to culti
vate. We thinc we can saf'ely refer
to Col. 11ion, Mr. Rutlatd or Mr.
Green Corn for Winter Use.
Ii anl exchange wo find the follow
Take the cars of cor-n, remove the
husk, all but the last one, get a tight
cask, put in a layer of cori and a
er of salt, another of corin and another
ofr salt, aiil so on until the cask -is
full ; pour in a little cold water, and
eov'er it tighit. When you wish to
cook, take it out of the brine, remove
the husk, cut it from the cob, and1( soak
till fresh. This is bettecr than d ry
ing, and~ not muiich troule. G reen
'orn will not keep in glass jars or tini
Our experience in putting up green
corn for winter use corresponds with
the above, only~ we simnply slip-shuck
ed the mutton corn (or r'oasting ears)
and seused themi inito a barrel of' pre
ty strong brine. Such green corn f>
macking eorn soup in January, Fob
ruary), March, &c., is hard to beat.
Corn phlanteid on wheat stubble conmes
ini finely for winiter use.
The Phrenological Journal.
Th~e abovoc jour'nal f'or .July is oin our'
table, it is published at 389 Throad
way, N. Y., by S. R. Wells. Trhe
follow ig a the con tents: "1Hon. S.
P. Chase, Edward Carshwoll, Madame
ILe Vor't, M's. 11. B3. Stowe, Rev. Mr'.
Spurigeon, Rlev. Drs. Armnitago, W it..
liamus, Westcott, Eatoni, Scars, Fulloir,
Dowvlinig, Sithi, T1ur'nbull, and Rtev.
Sidney A. Coiry, H1. M1. Gallahiei, and
versity, T1he WVomain of' the North and
the WVoman of the South, ~oimestic
Arithimotic or Striking an Average,
by Mrs. Wyllis, A Little Prinee of
Wales, with likeness, Quaker Court
shiip, P'hronological Theory of Maii's
Organizationi,Studios ini Physiognomy,
The Spirit of the Age, Amnerican Or'a
tory, Monsieur Tonsoni, beautifully 11..
lust-rated with thirteen oirigiinal de.
signs, Origin of Vegetable Life,
Memiior'y, To'mperaiment and Mari'iage,
Doli neat ion of Character, Exti notion
of Faculties, Fascination and Psycho
We are iindobied to our friend J.
(1. Schorb, of the Daily Carolina
'Times (Charlotte) for "A Review
"of thie Situation, addressed to the
"citizens of' Mockleniburg County, N,
"C., by II. M1. Lazello, U. S. A."
It seeim' to be a well-written pholo
Tho R ailroad Oompanies' Squabble,
The difficulty about laying the
track of the Columbia and Hainburg,
noross that of the Southi Carolina
R ailroad, in Columbia, was brought 'to
a close on Monday hy the City Coun
oil taking thioanatm.: in -a' a
having the obstructing engino remnov
.Iu Charlotte and Charleston tie
bar-rooms haive all been cloned accord
ing to U. 0. from Headquarters.
Only hotels and boarding houses tire
pornmlitted to obtaii a new license.
Fonna~n Napole nea ouit-ma
ioeulvred .I isInark il (ie ]uxembourg
aflei r. The for'-ner wantfled thie great
fortress ill. aiidoiel--the tatter did 'it.
Luemoughas bween 11bndon1wed....
Lwis P. W IV igall, or Txas, i cAlleet
ing, in Europe, the naims a cotftn
loan bonid hohlers (if Ile ('i'ederate
(overnment. Thinlkas the (. .
wvere heligeronlts', the conque11rinlg pow
eir will foot the bill .... iL ez, who
omane Chapu~iiltepjee ini 1817,
wlien it w'as eaptured v the Americn
forces under G"enl. Scot t, was the olli
Cer who betrayed 11ax.\imill ian into tle
liaids of .1'45-obiedo on the 15th of
last month. Max. had stood gl
father to tle first child of Lopez,
and had takei himt as one of his bo
som friends. Lopez, like .\.rnld, re
entived a. Iialdsoimei Cmnpeniation1 fur
his treachery . - - l.'he Czar of Russia,
who made a narrow escape from tle
hands of the assassini in Paris, left
that city for Germany on Monday the
10 - - - - Fgypt has, by the Sublime
Porte, boen miade a1 separate soverceign
ty._...The Queen of Spain, the Sul
tan of Turkey, the King of Egypt
a thte .Fmperor of China aire aill ex
poetel in 'aris, to visit Napoleon and
the great EXposition this Smunmier
. ll the Feniansconvieted of' high
trcnon i have beenl imilsi'oned in Eiig
la..-.Lord 3o1ek, Viceroy of tlie
omliniol of C:nada, has recently
sailed lro inghmd fi Quebefo. ..
The Iopo.sit ion ini Paris to reduee the
military Cstablishmnents of all the
great. powers of Europe, meets with a
favorable reception ..'he 2d Ses
sion, North G erman Parliament, mects
in August next in Berlin .. - . Francis
Joseph, E'mperor of Austria, haits been
crowned Kinlg of I lungary.
D]omS-rsic.---The Charleston .Nw.s
of Monday says, LAst. Saturday two
steamers left I hat city foir New York,
among their freighits was atin unusual
nuitmber of mocking birds, whici are
now suent in scores- to New York where
they command a high price.
Ox ocu;ivlN ACOION -rnm- Tn
Or'iN2oN o' -run'. .\'rro''nIX--GIn:: r...
-The Nati.wl /nkdl/eencer of 3lon
day makes the following important and
sCm i-OIlicial annI iCement:
We have satisfactory authority for
saying that there is no foundation for
the industrious representations multi'
plied all over tlie couiitry to the eIfeet
that because the Pre.sideni t hsni beeI
alliniully advised, aiid haig with his
Cabiinet a pprov'ed the tiavicc, of the
invalidity of the remiovals and aip
po(intmients of civil ollicers by the
usurpatinig conannandantIs at the South,
he is, thiorofoare, but to rush percipi
tately iinto a comiplete nulliliention of
all that has been dane by these G ene
ranls, without discriimiiia'ti and irre
spietive ot exped iency. These state
meonts arie niltogethIier granundless, nda
calcula zt ed toa excite tad iniflamie in
advnne thie disnnprobation of all wihao
think they real ize thant somie prgress
however lit tle, hias been made towiard
a restoratin of the Souti, and who
would regret to see this progressive
miovemient thriust back to its starting
poiint. Eveni ini such flatirint exan..m
plOs of' usurpation as thase of Shieri
dcan in the ensc.uof the G overnor anmd
Judges at New Orleans, now that the
wrong is to be redressed not avenged,
thie quiestion is viewed as one of ra
tionial expediency, to be governed by
the eia'etnistances, as they are now,
aind not as they were when the out
rage was conunitted. We learni that
Iivestigationis are to be made, reports
aire to be had, and thie whole matter
deliberated upon as a i'raticial qjues-i
tion in every one of the cases of in
fradction of the laws of Congress and
the princi ples of the Constitution. In
a word, the President will act efli
ciently, but lie will aet remnedially,
A t a medical stun~it,'s examination
he wvas asked :"'Do wounds often heal
by the first intention ?" "Not when
thie patient, is rich and thie doctor' poor."
"'W lien does moirtification ensue ?
.IXrlen yott po the qtestion, and are
Punch says Mr. Gladstone is so con.
slantly "wmited upon" by reformers,
that he has discharged all his footmen.
The Augrusta Chironicle says a wvhite
woman appilied for admission into a~ ne
gro church and was refused.
-- B2J0OU~~E I
TlUE male clIizens of' Fairfld Disrtrict
I aro invited to the IJAIRECUEB to be
given by the colored people at, the "Gi1'h,
Spring," (Mr. Charles Cathcasrt's) fo.,the
west of town, on thie 4th~ of' July. Addr'ess
Cs maly be expected.
Comititee of Arrnngemients.---.J. hlatteso,
(1. N. Barber, J. D. Sma'it. Jno. Wahoutt, P.
Jenkins, Geo. Sithl, Clans. Going, (Giles
harrison, BMil Wade, Thaos.* Logan, Daniel
Golns,, Sand. Garrison, Roger Willams,
Jno. Mollowell, Wim. Johnson.
0OR SALE~ BY
latay 2DISPOl1TES & flRlf.
Il every well-reglated Printing
0111c, tle Editor, Proprietors a1nd
Compositors, all cat anld pay taxes.
To secure the., necessities, they toil
and labor day after day. We havO
don the latter, in this ollico, but we
havo sorely failed in the formor. The
tax-colleoior was here on last Thrus
daty, and we Could no"t al raiso mionley
enougl to pay the heavy taxes we have
to shoulder. Wo are compelled to
imposo upoll 0111 niketiena, beca use
wye ale obliged to eat up their meat
liefore it is paid for. "We speak that
"we do know," and we feel sadly what
The indebtedness of our patrons is
not, iidiv'idually, ))re ; but lie ag
gregate help its collection would now
afford us i so.
Wejappeal plainly ; we hope we do so
to the bIlle ani1d willin'.
Raroland 'in Onions.
Mr. R1. L. Mobley living near
Yonlitesville, scds us the follow ilg
note. We havo never seenl the varie
ty of olion ll I uded to, but froim his
accounit' the im, we thi ik such an on ion
ouglht to be- gonerally iitroduced.
Mr. Mobley says : "I planted eight of
tile species of on1ion, knowil as tho
potato onion, but, more I'armiliarly the
nmii tiplying, Oil a Space of grounllld
not exceed ing two yards, and realized
thereriomn oe hiundred find s,*il largo
onions, some being nearly as large as
a1 Iargo (en euip. Soeli of the hills
wilich at first cont ained but ole, yield
ed Iinleteen11 onions; all mlakilng anl
avelae of l31 per onion.
Other crops look well, part ieularly
the coreals. ilie is 11ore flatterin g
thant any T ever had].
How High is the Steeplo ?
We will lay a wager that 110 citi
zell Cani guess tile height of the Mar
ket Steeple. The gpleSser miiust coII
Imenee with the top of the rod, Inca
sIr (w ith tlie eye) down to the arrow,
thellce down to tile ball, thence to the
cap, thence to the foot of the rafters,
thence to the plates (or ending of the
brick-work) and thene to the ground.
A good point of view is from the
corner of the store of Thollipsoll,
WXithers & Woo(lward. We have no
doubt our young friend, Mr. David
l'lanliken, will cheerfully record all
th- guesses. Wo will treat the ono
who guesses right.
The uses of the Barometor havo
long bcell established. The coivell
iclles or t his veather.auge aire ill
dispenanble. If our citizclus wlisih to
go u1pon any expedition for a day or
ha11lfly, they should first consult thle
baromneter-and( we kniow 110 better
place to do this than at the drug store
of D~rs. Aiken & Ladd, whlere a very
fmoe specimen: of tile barometorwanl
be found, and14 that too is 011. con
strutled by our ingenious friend DIr.
C. 1I. .Ladd.
On Monday thel suni camne out beau
tifully, brighlt and pleasant, after hav
ing his isc ht out from view for
about a week ; when iln tile mleanftimle
a Northeaster broughit pro'tracted wet
weathier, 11uch1, we fear, to tile detri
menit of' tile whealt and oithler Crops.
First Cotton Bloom.
Mr. 0. Ri. Brown sends us tihe first
c~ot.tonl bloomr 110 hasi found on1 his
phlace, or r'athler one of tihe fire~t, for we
uniderstalnd there were several whero'
the 0110 we) havo was plulled, which
bloomed 01n the 20th inst(. Anybody
ahlead of it.?
Mr. Adam Barber' sends us a fine
mess of very large onions. Thanks,
We hlave been shown~ a very prc~7~r
spoeilmen of 1new wheat flour giround
ait theC ill of Mr. T.' . Robertson.
Down I Downl DIIown!! GrI~eatest
reduction in prices sin1Ce tho war
See 11otice of lBarbeeno.
"Ell10h it 11o0es, 1100 s|[1l esso eros0"
P' 11F. F. STRAI'NSK(Y has tho honor
1. of' ann~ounein~g to the1 citizenIs of
Winnsboro, thlat he will open a sohool for
DANCIN in th1e RIALMORIAL llALL1,
(over Nos 1 and 2 hank Rtango) after the
7th1 of' dlly next.
All wishing to join the0 class will pleaso
leavo 11he11 names~ at Col.' Rion's office,
IIeinitNh's Queel1's Deligit and
ALTSO A3 er's Sar'saparilla, Pills, Anne
1 Cuare and Chlorry I'eotoral. For salo
'by ICETCHIIN, MoM ASTER & CO.
WOOL:! WOOL !!
E will buy, at a fair prido, Wool,
Ywashed 0or unwasheil, inI all enses
free fromii burr..
noay::o KETCIJN, McMASTERt & CO..