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I every vell-regulated Printing
l1ice, the Plitor, . roprietors and
("oinposi tors, alt at and pay taxes.
T !ecure theso iocessitics, they toil
Und labor day after day. We have
done the lat ter, ii th is ofive, but we
have se'ly failed inl the former. The
tax-colleetor was here on last; Thrus
dayv, and we cottld not all raise money
C011eugh to 1y t% Olw avy taxeswe have
to shouldir. We are e>mpecllcd to
linllm e" u1111,1 oil.Il tllt ! in t e i t, })eealuse
we t-e l igel to, eat up thleir mca
hoef're it is ipi il f'or. '\We speak that
(;we do kiow," and we feel sadly what
The in1ebtedn.ss ol' our patrons is
not , indiviliily, largue ; but tle ag
gregate hielp its collect iou would unow
affilrd Its is ").
We ppeatl ptainly ; wve hope we do si
to the ale end willing.
Will tie iimlted to I I 3 onice
pdeao'; ca il setth-, as we arie olm,'1"d.l
to) hive motiev.
.i A RR1 E),
Oi Wednes lay, Juily :41, by Rlev. C 11.
etts. at filie A. It. Churl l, in this lowin,
MIr. JMllN 1'. MIATTilNWSZ, Jr. '1nd Mliss
LAURA 0. ELLIOTT, nl o' Winnsboro.
We congratullalte our ol friinld upolln his
hnppy lot, in at l:t. reaching I hat 'con.
sumnati donl devoittly to lie wished," wiich
seemv; It :Iwail nicecssavily sooner or h lt',
illt men or hik pro'ofessio't. Wv are only sur
pris-ed, tHat lut1vinl-r Servedl So ln:.t , Hsligh.
prin.t or Ilymen011, hie has) resi ed hlis allmue
111011 till il now. S ime of his biaclelori
friels, we kntow a, tie ut-le of I raea hIble ina
trulst, hlowever, that Isk experiencel of ee
liby y et' v ii nhancve 11's I. is ca h's iol of the
.joys oft it' i oy ta his Care111 m111y be
liglitenid. and his pleaures mutn ltilied mt.
til he shall veach the 'iull na:as r of hmp.
pis thuwhie ki sM u' bn: n endI nd h."
4 ONS1STIING IN PA I'T OF
C Wot I nd es anud
Coats's Spool Cotton,
1'ine aine ac hosomsa.
T EZXT. C .i:; .
Aln Asoimnti, otf Shoes, mnado in North
A fine lot of Counatry
(ini 5 g:thloni canls.)
N 0 CREDIT,
1000 Bushel Yellow Corn,
500 " 'Whito "
10 RbIs Pink Eye Potatoes,
300(0 Lbs Clear, Rlibbedi Sides,
50 IBag~t Country Flour.
A general a:ur'amnit of .
Qna hand and w be'sold for CatlIt only.
JollN P. AIilEW\S, Jr.
Pesn havinig empty corn bags~ belong
lng to mea will please return w~iih as little
dlelay ast possible. - J. P. M., Jr.
FLOUR FORL SALE.
(1i0OD North Carolina~ Flouri,. in sa'3ks.
U Jut recolvedl.
KE TC IIIN, McM A SI'E lt & CO.
Latest by Telegraph.
LONos, July G.-Tiio Govelrnamnent. hail
released the convicted Feniani, Conadot
through I le iluilence oj M inister Atlans.
Patus, Jutly 6.--It is rellorteiL I it Naipo
leoni has cotncluded to disari 31,000 11101 o
the Frenel atray ianmnediitely.
Ni w Ou.r..-s July 6.-The Republical
8siate Conivenit ion met inl lloustonl, Texas,
yesterday, andi elected ex-Gov. Pleaso per
inantt. l'resident ; tho olier ollioers wer*a
tlirce white anl oe blhick man. 'ie at
tentlaice tuottsltl b Ac, ully twenty 1th
white~s beiing piresentl. .\ stornmy se-ssion[ k
expectl e, 1it there lre eairs that it wil
en- i at Hiot. No reolutioi a1ioptet yet.
Iii' caises ol'yellowV itver int GIalvest on
anal twoi0 ia Ithi friom baIck votmit. 'TI
:itlyor Iai; tnr ird l i diaiteo.3t 11al free ist
it disiaiect~ints. No 'e-rs aro ontertaito
ol' its becoininlg epidernaio.
Nm:w n.a:. NS, Ju 11'.-TI'o Atustrima
,ita lEli:labet h.I liat orders to procved to
VAera Crtz, witidtit, dlay, to bring the Awl.
Ir-itan atil Mexican lite il alist ollicers antd
I hO0 0 ICee. PIhle will ret r iliti iiiat ei ly.
Cl. Sikiry anu ot her ollieers of aho Vera
Cruz garrisona, who arrived ilt 3olbile by
ithe Tabasco, have Coline here.
wusi a INWos, J uly t;.-The total registra
tiol inl Alexa111-i is 2,02--bltack riuaijOri.
Iy 205; clallenaged, Il;: rejecteel 7--all
h lilt vs.
lIteral revemie receiltai to-day $783,.
000. Tile .c 'retarV of tile TrunlillV 11e1d
ti Natiornal lak aintleposis 3,t ),
000; National huik irlhation $A98,1105,
Ii'nj* 1n illrnu1al revenute receipts; tor tle week
..38, I,0ul 1.
Loaliig mnemnbers say (lat Congress will
not taike 111 [lhe questioll of retbiikingd tile
levets onl the Mlississippi ulltil (lhe S1tit
.111? i'CoUtistIuct cd uniler tleo Aots of Con
Lar'ge amaao1ntts o' gold areo going into tle
sub-itreasury ill exchatge for gold notes.
h-l700,000 gold iterests will bo paid ont
iie 7t It.
'th cons'it at Kingstoin reports to the
,tate lainart latent, J nInaC 8, the pre'OVa1TlCc of
tie yem llowV fevir as elileice a1tt1 ilia lignat ;
Ole. t'tti- It tit o caases are fatatl-mostly
Coiatinltol to thle in1:lcclimated.
The ioeet ion O it 1the Stratt caso clos
e il to lay. rt-ailley, ir., anrde (i te opening
SIt-ia-ch ('i- th e iel ce, lie revievedil the
tea ianany ot' tIo liosectliota, to io..Ow tae
prne' presence on the I llt o', April ;
anit saiit leucold pa i prove (liat most o' tile
witn 1145Were either ininaouis or Inista
I:t n: i: wonahl prove~' t lat Sa-att was nlot
withinl -100 imiles ot Wa-Itingto on eI w.(lav
of a Ie asa sitliatio ; ual ; inther4, ti t. it
was itholl a' ioutI, Stratt 1n t . \t A tverot
who wcre in froint o' the theatre that taighl;
but that lae wouil'i pleice the tlaeCC toen
reuterreil t) oln Ihe . taild, anl w ould luice
tle aaiaali Ilo looeil in l nl s carriaat .e,
ul tl la 111:111 Wiaho Calleil [he tit'e, as well is'
Ite in-livilual descrilbel as tile villaIloaius.
ling t:aan. Inl closillg his remltarks.
l : kaid hie woald ahlo prodlce tt!
oirigi ta l atgreemeta lot ell en thet assainst,
viih tat1ir g uli e siginmlitllres at tactli , anil
1,hat :1 w-ither hIlae 1 n1111te tif Mi-1. u tti-VILt 1101'
.John urratt vould appear upon that pa.
Particulars3 of Maximilian's Death,
NI.:% OmI.I-s, Jily 3.--Tie f llow.
in.r pia rticilars have boen receivel of
Mlaximillit's executiLion. ,T'ho trial of
Mlaximilian, Mejial al M11ramon01 ended
on that! 1-1lt. 'l'hv were sentenced to
bue execited oni the 16th. Jilarez sus
p:lo-d ihlie executionm for three days, atnd
ley were shut oi an0 111, at 11. A.
Colonels are sentenced to six years
idiprisontuent fuitlettianant.Colontels five
years ; minor oflicers two years. Briga
diers nl exceptional oflicers to be tried
'Ihe City of Mexico srreidered to
lDiaz onhe e lst. Juarez senat hainm a
conIgr-aitlatory note, withi directions as
to thel4 dlip)oatin olf prisoners salym~g
"you will transfer ntativo prisoners to
yourI ownIi commtandt, or piut. theman at lib
(arty. accord(intig to circulmstanIces." For
Clgn piioners you wuill rettatin for furthter
iipjositionl by the Governmtient.
A tutait tlao atclaives tathen on tue oc
Onlpallona of Quteretaro were some djocu.
nwnitts reilat i ve~1 t th last willI of Maxi..
mtilian, whereini itn caiso of' his death i,
'lTeodosia, [jalaez, Jose, Miatta, Ljtana
and ~;larquIise, lao flassssins of Tuenba~i,
IiEcbeo wvrites from Quierataro: By
e'xecuitingO a few of these0 master traitors,
I haive mtade terror the~ ordter Of the day~
every whlere. 1I havO imposed Jlarge
cotlniutions 01n the rich, con fiscatedl
their property. and in all thtose places
witere I cold (do so in personl, my dele
gatoes haave strictly complied with my
orders'anu~d I hopo) before closing my
muit31ary careotr, to see tile blood of' evory
foreignter S pi lled who rosides in my
There is a report that Maximilian was
shot. int the face, and the Mexican Qen
erals in the back as traitors.
Both the Liberal and Impiertal papers
of lHrownsviilo cotndomn thce execution.
The1 Rl~anch~ero is iln full mourning. T1he
Gonvenor of Matramoras had all te bells
rug antd rockets fired on theo receptionI
ol the neOws of th1e executioni. Ilo sent,
(orniiial information of 1110 fact to Gen.
WJAsHINGTrON, July 3.-Thore is a
gnorum~ inl hoth Il ouse's.
In tile Untited St ates Sonate thirty.
1four anlswered. Four Bills, explanato
ry of recons.truction, wero introduced.
Mr. Wilson's provtdes that all oflices
held untder the anthortty of the Rebel
States Governmnent ho declared vacant,
thirty days after the passage of' tho Act.
The Comimandting Gcneral may then fill
tihemt by the continuance of thoso in
ollico, or app~ointin~g others, or may or
der elections. T1hie Board of Rtegistra
tiotn shll havo power to reject registra
tioni to thoso .snspected of wishing to
evade thto ; requitrments of,. the law;
to examine aplhicants, tako testImony
within twenty days after the comipletion
of registration, and may erase names
Frolynighnysoa'sl anthorizos Comn
manadors to suspend or remove State
officers, fill vacancies, and validate acts
dono heretofora itt accordance with the
Edmund's is similar, except that the
District Commnanders' acts are sbllject
to the approval of the General of the
Drtnko's consista of twelve sections.
Sumner introduced somno climracteristic
bills, and after appointing 1 Conittee
to wait on the President, the Senato
aIjoiriled till Friday.
III the I louse, 130 answered. ThI o
Speaker aunounced that the first busi.
ness was to swear in niew members.
The Ken',mcky delegation approached
the Speakers'stand, w hen Sechenk roso
to i point of order. Ie had in his pos
session the protest of Samuel McKee
I against Jahn Yotig lirowi being ad
mitted, nnd allidavits that ho had re
sisted the rebellion. Ildridge sail lie
Iid made similar pirotest agrainst Siokes,
wheI the Spakerl decided tIMe Ioceed.
ing coiuil not be inte rip'd ; said Ie
hoped1 the snIlme ruling wnild prevail
now aIs heretofore. T: s--.Hakert said.
"(Alontlemen muLt have iisund.rstood."
The Clerk then prlodiced the Irote-;ts
and alida, vit.ILogan presetIi a sin
ilar protest against. Trimbili. ienijamin
prieseited on1e against Knott.
Mr. Logan offered the following:
"Whereas, there is good reason to be.
lieve that in the election rec'ntl y held
in the State of Keiitiikv to the For
tie-th !oge> he l(-,gal ')tnd local voters
im the several districts of, the smid State
m ve been overivod and prevenltd from
a t rue0 expres :ol of thei r will an.d choice
at th, polls by those who have Symipa
ilized winh, or act inilly partieipated in1),
the Inte rebllion, amd t hat.sic!i h-ctionis
weIe carried bv tle votes of ,iltchl dis
loyal and retirned rebel, ; and whiereas
it is alleged that several of the lIepre
sen'.atives elected from that Stato are
Resolh'e, That the credentinli of all
home iimbers elect frotn the Stath of'
Kentnmeky hill be refeired t.o in (joim
ititee on Elections, to rporl. at as early
a, day as piacticable, and that, pending
the repoit of' the sai.1 committnee, none
of said membeirs shall be allowed to
talco the oath of offiec and adiiitted to
seat s as such.
After a long debate, and excepting
A idams, iepiesentative of the 7!h Dis
tiet, fiom the action or tihe resolution,
it was passed, thus killing eight Demio
A Cortinittee of nine were ap1ointed
to cisilh-r What fut her legislation is
nee-wSary% onl reconstrnetlcionl.
The' louse then adjorniiied to Fri
In the Snrratt trial, Charles Wood, a
barfber, testifield that Ie shaved Sinrat
here on the day beforc lie assassina
tion. Prank V. I eatoni tesifled of
having seen at pirson looking like the
pirisnirit iI rOt of 0 tie 11eate on t he
night, of the as.assi nation. T. 11. Imhode.
Mt Af havi "g seen t e uisolner at
the lieatro during the day of tha assas
The Internal Revommc receipts to-day
Associate Justice 'Wayno is siink.
Ricinmosi), July :.-The first, lo. of
new wheat, was sold to day at *-2.60.
Tho colored majority registered in
the lower ward to-day reacied 333.
Registration in Georgia.
SAV.XANN , July 3- 4-11 whites and
159 lacks registered to-day. The Board
recieil instruct ions to register all who
canl take lite oath. Tho board invites
applicamns, that a few dars back were
refused, to call again.
From Now Orleans.
Nma Ouun~i s, July 3.-ho Board
of I Iealtti reports oflieialfly eight, tcases
and six deaths oif yellow in the last two
weeks. 1t is 1not considleredl an itenidem-.
ic. Vessels fronm the infected T1exasi ports
will be quarantmned.
WAuNGToX. July I .-W\eichtmnn 's
cevidence in the Snrra'.t ease has been
concluded, Th'le follow ing occurred du
inug thle cross-exainnat ion:
XVitness remtembered a remarlk made
at table tho morning aftier the assassi
nationi, "Thme deathi of [inciolni was nothi.
ing more thian theo death of a iigger in
Question. Who said that.
Answer. Anita Surratt.
Q. Did you teli that at the assassina
tion trial ?
A. I (lid not.
Q. Why did you oot.?
A. B~ecau~so I fhad too amuch synmpa
thy for the poor' girl.
Q. Why (do you tell it now then ?
A. Because you drew it ont of mec
and because I have been ihunted down
and persecuted for time last two years, on
account of these people.
Dr. McMillan, the Surgeon of time
ship on which Surratt escaped1 from Can
ada, was then put upon the stand, lie
said thmat Smuratt expressed fears of the
detectives and :mnado marvellous state
nments of trips to Riichmonid, and othier
iracidents, but so far there is nohing
implicating hiim with the assassination.
McMillianis testinmony is niot coniclud
G4reely has boon before the Juidiciary
Committee and has left for hmomie. It is
stated that his testimon~y did not
strengthmen thme impachment.
Inmtornmal revenuo t.-day $2,024,000.
Judge Wayne of the Supreme Court
ms very sick.
PowrsgMou'rH. Jumly 1 .-Rear Admir
able George T1. Pearson, died hmere to
day, agedl 68.
SAN FRmANomSCO, Junmo 3.-The Mfo
lana sailed1 to-day wvithl $ 7,00 of
which $1,158,000 is for Nowv York.
The Indian depredations in Idahlo
WVAsinmNGToN, July 1.-An extract
from a dispatch received at the Navy
Department dated Vera Cruz, Jimne 25,
anmdsiazned "F. A. Roe, Commamndor,"
says: "Manximillian was shot on the
19th. I have beggod for lisa corpse for
the Austrian captaini, but was refused.
The City of Mexico fell June 20. Vera
Cruz holda out. On accounut of Ib for
cign legion, Diaz ordevrs that thero shai1 I
bo n acceptances of a suirrender."
SoUv1,TiwE.-sr PA, , ltime 29.
') lhie Austrian Ambassaldo (it \l'fsh.
ington, D. C.:
I have jusIt colie ill to telegraph yo
of the coidenainuon and exection (i
Maximilian. President Juares reflses
Lii ueliver ilp his budy.
(Signed) M. Till UT.
Captain in Austrmui Navy.
Mon1.1:, July 1.-livo freedmn'ii
have beenl ppointied on tle lice, aid
were1* A'worn1 ill by May., r I utmn this
Ni*:w OI.;.:AN., July 1.-Thsta
er Dcewey, with the 280h ca1valry N, arrIi
vId yestverday from luimliano> with yel
low fever. Piv'e died It St. U barles last
night. Only one new case im report
[NWo like to be libora!, anid therefore
give tho version of the above despatch
as found in another exchae.-En.
N a:w O)u ss, July 1.-lt. Dewer,
of Ihe 281h cavalry, arrived froiml Indi
anai1, with yellow fever, and diel at the
St. Charles last, night. The only niew
The Ierms of Shieridan's older extendi
iIg" rIeistr.ioll iumlitfiinitely excite pret
Iy severe Vditorial collimimIt from the
Picag/une. Thle 8.am1o paper Conchules
a Mlogy on Maximilian as follows:
"ltii. if as an independeint and141 selfgov
(r'ing power Mexico his one friend left,
am1iong ivilized nations, we anlmot coll
(eive which it is. Tho very naine of
Mexico litist hie oIhhtath Iroi the roll
of nations, and its Inians, like Caaanm
chos and Seminoles, bo driven to their
holes il the Iountain, Ilitr' to pensh
oit. if the arti, if we mi'tit aki not, ti le
feehng of the A mnerican and every other
The Times says that tle receipts of
the City Treasuiry nverage $6-0,000 per
IUCeM)N ), JnIllo .-Th fir lot. f
iiw Wheat, w. reiceiv(ed i here io-dav.
A largec meeting was hlvd to night mawl
addresed by pIrnut. c:'n:. All
were Iurged to register and a sured t11hat
thelir rigls are not. a 'ceted by the Alex
andrina colstitutl1ion. 1Te (1eimains of
(eneral A. P. Hlill were bron-uIht to tIe
citv to-dav and interred in 1 ully wood
SAt.txx .ui, July 1.-59 whites and
21 1 colored rIgistered to-day.
W siM-r;iox, iil 2.--Speaker Col
fax of' the I louse. and l4u Wade
dent pro. tem. of1,he Senate, haveUa
AD3 1.N1ISTRATLO l N4 T i.
L? persons having clii uaims apxmI ii.I Iith
andt 41 1hoSe indebit d thereto, i'e herteby no
tified ino present. the nne and inakl pay
mncltf to C. ). YONGUL', Adi'r.
Xka- Chester S/andahrd copy twiec and
foirward hill Io Mr's. (". 1). Yolngue, Yonglcs
Yile, S. C. July .
IN PR IICES
NO. 2, BANK RANGLE.
We hiave muade thie Grteatest
Rednetlou in DRY G(OI)S,
S1l.0ES,H IATS,&c., wichi
hats been effected~ sInuce
the W~ar I
LOOK AT THIS ARRAY I
Calicoes, (good quality).
fr'om 12lc. up.
Mttlu11n, (1 yard wide,)
f'rom 25ic. up,
a from10hc. up.
84 Bleached Sheetiung, (No. 1,)7.
54t Ileached rillow Casinug,
lloop Shh-ls, from75ch. up.
Men's Shoes, " .6 up.
Everythilng oleo wil be sohl at corres
ponldingly LOW DOWN P'RICES. Call
quick if you want
Those goods will be sold for the
Cash and Cash Only I
NE I8 SUMMARY.
Thirty eltn trees, twenty years old, have
been successfltlly Iransplanted from the
forest to the front of Congress itall, sarati o
ga, at a cost of thity-tivo d1o1lar each, to
take the place ofthe noblo onc.s destroyel
by lihn oire.
A letter from Poru, received in Frante,
anntlounti1ces that on the I Ith of May (lhe
Congress passed a bill decl141ing that the
tradie in guano should be fice, alnd, that lie
artide shouhl le sold by public auction
instead of by condat with certain hous
A steatl clrrICtgp gitlt, fired4 rectillv -t
New Vork bfoI a h- 1d of -tmIIIy anld Iavy
rounds with solid -1-0 iAtads shot, i(ial
Iorty-pound eb:nes of plowdei within six
muwinies, a result Which had never before
been attined Nwith i a cann1on of that des
The English language Is herenfter to Ie
stiol in the pulli schools of Japan, and
American works tre to bo (he (ext hooks.
The Jalanese connissoioners in thiscoutitry
have Ordered somi e wetiy thouisand COpi
of various American shool Iiks, an i Ihe
first, shipteit was ittade frrom New Yorik on
Wedlnelday, by way (f th Istit1us and San
The cnorious prices occasioiially reali
zed in Entighind t the sale of r0 hooks
were recetly Cast in the10 shade al. fill ao.
lion of drawings, echings and engravings,
where the filnest known copy of emrnt's
"Illandred (Inilder Piece," 'C'hit Ileallig
th Sick," one of th only eight, implress
sions known to exist of this picture in (le
1irst siaie of the plte, broughL th obsurli
sut of' eleven hundred tni vigly pounds.
it cost. i(s prteviousi owner. two hIundr41)'ed
poimltds, and tie pIerson w ho sold it 10 himl
tit tilat, pice was presentt. i tho Auction. t
The feiale sox, after much i agitation, I
have gained it )oinlt in ilollad. The %l intis
ler of the laterior has issued a decreti ad.
mtittll thell to examitilion for the piosi.
tiln oftC asiIant 1t1h1 ecarie a111 oclupation
hlitherto re-tricted' exclusivel.y to muen. This I
mteasure will enable the lllland doctors fol
have (heir presc rilti -inls olIe up tby itch'i
wives r daughitr'ters nitd will tlhus relieve
t hem, from) i ie cbarges of a male assistant.
h'lte decre I asbeen receiveil with a good deal
of' tsnishment . by t lie mialo plersuasion at
ihe whoue, who look 11n)( this as atie begin.
oinning of a systemtic invasion of maSen .
The rencl u Ipeo)r gives (ho lmiRanager
of the the ate at Cani Cilialtisa ubsidy I
fromn hsl prl-ivy liilre, in order Ihat. h li
theatre tmny b I'ired for the whtoe tny,
rom t Mmrshal to the private soldier.
There is a pelformance every day except. I
Sunlday Each divisiol of I the arimiy visits
the theatre in tni. Thu theatre holds
2100 places; 1.100 are Teserved 1for the sol.
diers, .. or iie non-commnissioned olliers,
210) for lhe ollicers, and 100 for the field
>ierts. Vaudevilles, coieliet f ntil oper
NeI es aro played:; 2-4 seads are preered for
vivilians, who pay. Tho ssin is lide.
iillots. A wholo band is detailed 10y' ser
vice every daty, and there are.0 bestiles
I wkel musicians to acopany the laude
Ilecent Illinois newspapers spealk with
conilence if t reuitlts of 1110 efforts mi iak -
ing in that State to tunufac tiure sutgar from
heel a'fter hle plan tdopted in Ftac )
few yecars ago, and4 sinice pros~cu~itI d l wit
much01 suiccess. The subljeelI. is atgn
of' ahout. I hirty thous nd poun1 1(11lds of' shugar I' 1I
Chiicago from1 aI manufIta':el in tg esl btlish diment I.
tt Ch'lalworLth. Thiis sugartl is totid to have ~
been( tmatde in Marb a nd 111 ) is a part of' thie
prduc.l)t of' Ittst. seas'tstt busineiss, thle hteels x
havir.g been preservedCt in pit s throughl lie
wint1(or. l-ixpertiece senms Io Ito ountclsive
inl tegartd o the gootd saechiatIint propttiesiIC
of' hiee t gr'own itt this Joutrtty tas compared i
with thtose of' Fran.1)O
Thell MemhisI Ihd/e'in saysi one of' the
largest, if' not the very ltt'gest, taft, of' tim
ber e'er Iioated dlown thie Mississippii ivert
1o Ithis polint n1(1ivedl 0 reetly. Th'Iis Im-t
men~tse raft wa Wt owed down the tiver, andl
wVouldI, if' placed on dry landh, COver' over' otte
and( at half acr-es of' groundtt. It is comptosedl c
of' five htundr'ed anid twenty-soveni tiers, C
averatginlg each 5)0 feet, and con~tnig itt
all about, 1,400,000 squlare feet of' linoly
seasloned cypress. Maty of' theo frees airo g
vory largo, binig sixiy iniChes in diameter, ~
antd about, sixly feet in lengthand are' to be
ulsed as paving the streets of Mempthis with
Ni lofson palvement. All the toiber' is 1in110
ly seasoned, anid a quatity of' it 18 saidI lo ~
ha~ve been cut for thte past twetity years.
S-rIrLr NIun.n DRAWS 'rH. i.
Tile Maine Democratic State Conveni
Resolved, That thte United States
bonds ought to be taxed ; thattex
omnption ftrom talxationl of about 01n0
thtird ptart oft theo entire wealth of the
country in the shape of Uovernmeunt I
scurities, is anu ouitrago tupon thte
righlts of the people.; thait it 15 iln vto-.
lation of cvet'y principle of justice
and hostile to the wolf'aro of the coutn
try ; that it is suibversivo of tho very
foundation principles of our G]overn.
mont ais estaiblishled by our fathers;
it tends to foster and prlotoet the riohb
capitalists and bond-htolders at the cx
p ense of tihe laboring class4 casting tihe I
hteavy burdlon of taxation from the fa
VOred anld protected few upon the
back of thte unprotected poor man,
whoese life anld strengthl aro becing con
staintly exhauted to pay tihe deficit in
taos resulting from tis injustice.
IlN 2MHN TOBAC00I.
JUST Receivoll, at
DE3SPORLTES & BRO1.
IOR SA LE BY
L DES POR TES. & DRO0.
cided to bring it before the generous people
of tie 1orth, by giving a Grand National
Entertimenst, trustuing to their active co
operation and sy upathbiling aid for the im
Iediato supply of mneans to enable them to
purchase and forward food to statrving thou.
s1ad. Theo Urand National Entertainmen
will bo givens at Washington, D. C., August
1. 1867. 300,000 tickets will be offered for
sale, at $2 each. Every ticket will be en.
tt0 tI -,nu a'.trd, wic.h ! talke plne!n
at the saie time. Half the amount will be
in valuable awards to the holders, and the
lmanhteta will be devoted at once by the Lady
'Manaagsr to purcluaing food to bo seat
onth f'or inin edute distribution among the
SMost neetty. The Lady Managers have en
1 4,0(red into au n ii angement with Messra.
Bentley, Clark & Co-, to superintend tho
(isposal of tickets, and conduct tohe enter
ftitu' -itil n a manner worthy the patronage
and support (l the pnbaIO.
1. An elegant Mansiononl Fifuh Ave
lnie. New York City ; title perfect,
de00d deposited in escruw, actual
2. Twenty Thounsand Dollars in 10.40
(Overnmnentt hoidi, 20.000
3. 1 entireset. of Diaionds complete,
conprising Pin, thr-rings, Brace
let atad Necklace, very maagnifno't, 15,000
1. 1 Set elegant )innmonads, colnlp'te, 12,000
.. I "'ut Diamidi IaIm.i E.ml;eralds, 10,000
6. 1 -et Diamson 81tuds an(d :beove
I taons, 7,000
7. t Sinogle Soliiniro Diniond liing, 5,00(
- I i uingle Solire Dilmnond 'in 4.000
. Minfgle Solitaire liia %mnd 8tu, 8,00
1 1 Diamonl Scarf Pin, 2,000
11 to 15. 5 Cluster Diamond IHings,
$1,01. 0 ea ch, C,000
10 to 2 0. 5 ,Jiles Jaurgenssenl Watchcs,
[Ilhunter's $00 elacht 3,000
21 to 2-5. 1Thoms1ns Nardins Watchos,
[i a It ersF -5001 eachl,. 2,.-t)t0
26' to 50. 25 8oliaire Limonl Rfings,
$0641 elacht, 1),000
51 to 75, 25 Sets elegant Coral, eoms
Ilete, $l00 eaelh, 10,000
76 to 125. 50 Sets elegant (larnets,
COMtpL-Ite, comprising Bracelet,
Sleev u lions, Ear.tings and
Breastopin, $200 ecli, 10,000
121' t0 1,125>. 1,000 Chromos, Artist's
1,126 to 6,125. 5,000Elegnant Engrav
6,1% to ti,225. 100 Soo ASilver Pliaed
Tea Service, very heavy, 10,001)
(1,226 to 10,00o. Consist lui of Work
Boxes, Writing Desks, Photo.
ga'pzah ic Alsbuiss, Sets Silver Plated
1- orks, Fish Knives, Napkin Rings,
liOIxce. Ladies' linadkerchlies,
(Iloves, &0 , 44,000
All awards will be delivered or forwarded
as directed, lthe day nfler the distribition.
The (list ributionl will be superintended by
at Committee of well known gentlencia, who,
in giving their iid and sanction to this no
ble clarity, will not. only receive the conti
dence of the puablio at. large, but the waram
est thalntks of t Ie Ladies' Soeiety in Aid or
the Sutfloring and Destituto Poor of the
SINGLE TICKETS, $2.00
6:Tickets, $0 75 Tickets, $135
10 Tickets, 18 100 Tickets, 180
20 Tickets, 81 160 Tickets, 270
.10 Tickets, 6.1 200 Tickols, 360
-1) Tickets, 72 300 Tickets, 540
60 Tickets, 0 500 Tickets, 900
EJst ablished an d reliable agents will be al
lowed I per cent. comission. All orders
or conmmunicat ions addressed to mlanlm1 Ofilce.
DENTLEY, CLAIR & CO.,
222 Pennsylvania Aveine.
LP. 0. Box 10.1 WnshhIgton, D. 0.
Full information regarding the Entertain
lent may ho obtained at the ollioe of the(
'Ladles' Rocioty in Aid of the Suaifering and
Dositute Poor of the Sout," .No. 175 FIfthl
Avonte, Now York.
loNonAnY M Nias.-Mrs LW Jeromo,
Mrs Mark lrumagim, Mrs James Willets,
Ms i Undlerhill, Mrs Wmas Iveosn, Ma's .Jas
Darling, Mrs 11 Shumanm, Mrs A Frear, Mrs
Abrahiam Liucoln, Mrs C N Chaplin, Mrs
MI lDuncan, Mrs J I Clark, Mrs Daniel
Sloan, Ms's WV I Astor, Mrs A T 8towart,
Mrs Augutst Belmnont, Mrs WV Aspinwall,
Mrs iR E Fenston, Mrs Simeions Drnpor, Mrs
A Lawrence, Mrs Hyatt, Mrs A C Rlichiards,
Mars 1'0 C Casrringtona, Mrs M C Cogswell,
Mr's T1 K Tillinghast, Mrs M HI Grinsnell,
Mrs M K Shiaff'er, Mrs C M Garr'Isons, Mrs
A lI Mlack, Mars J1 C Barrinagton, Mrs AA
Kellogg, Mrs Le~and Capesrs, Mrs A la
l)elorrest, Mr's L E Kennsedy, Mrs BI O Tay
lor, Mrs J1 C Fremonest, Mrs Frank B Howe,
Mrs (eorge Munsger, Mras A E Brumnside,
Mrs I1 C Mlur'phsy ; Major.-Oanerals Shecridan,
Pope, Schaoflold,Ord, Sickles, Dix; (iovernorn
hurnside, P'ierrepont, Swann, Woertha, Orr,
Pat ton, Jenskins,. Wells, Blrownlbow, Bramn
belte, Murphy, Walker.
Exu-uruvu CosmshTTr.--A/re Laurit
Bro'oks, Mrs Chasles Wadsworth, Mrs
D~rake Mills, Mars E S Adas, AMrs 1 Slier
mns, Miss Ml Dusncan, Aliss A/aria Moulton,
Mrs Jamies Clark.
Mrss iIA RLOWF' MATHERI,
8ecretary, 29)0 Fifth Avenue, Now York.
Sugar Al lmondi, Kisses,-with ver.
ses, Lemon JUrops, 11080 Drops..
Apple, Pineo Apple, Peach, Cur
All of which will bo sold low for
DFBP1ORTES & BRO.
~TO TilE LADIES!I
MRS. 0. E. REEID, of Columbia, Ia
lchsansged her place of busIness to . n
more commrrodlous storo, (ext door to E'.
Pollard's, on Main street,) and will keep'
constantly onhkand a freeh supply, of the
latest styles of FREFNCHI MILL! IERY. i'n
all its branches. Also, susperlor silk Coc
orings, Hair Bruaids, Curls, lrenehTuorseittu
&c., at low pricos. Ploas-eoi cand exam1i
inie before purchsasingrelewhere.
D .,Xone withs NeatDOse andI Dispafebh
For (te lenefit of
Ini .i. )1of thie
Sufifering alil Destiinit Poor of the Soull
Will take ! lace inl
Wishinutgioi, 1). C., A uglist 1, I;,
r ii "Laies' Society in aidot' 01te Siuite
-u. lii'atil i ti tt iti Poor o ' h e Somit ,
wouild respiectfully an.ot earnestly enllillh
littettio i 1, e 11%. igel ier.s N rlIt -i ipilbli
o the great dis .-) an i feariul Puflferin
gluw I irevail int il e i olt'Ihe ri Stalei
U~tters :are ithily revocivedl Win1 the Siottill
fioi th ' ( .iter:ti l tai g tiv
ai l an ininent. citize t'l i' itishin
tei h eost b tiil-rt ildin dvelils! oi the li'n tu
w t, fauile it: 4 no arvat i lin their iti t:
diatvigtt nihhoir :l. The -ullowinig few ex
tr.i ts it'mle thle ver llay l tis relived b),
the er4, -ir and an irttis of 1t Mciet,
are resgpe ti'uIy referrtoi lt :
11'11 i i t i r I'S -i.il l , u rs i.1%,
Vick::burg, Miss,., May Noth 18V6.
1 nn glad o see that thie attentiot of th
,rentle atid Immnne ladies tf lthe North i
being iurned towards thle sad n.1 IQive latl
U11dition tif this once happy land.
You, Maldam, sur-rotuo'd with the plen.
Iy an1 comiforts of ai wenl' y City, uet
hmcely po precinlte ihe t'at that, itl maniic
parts of thie Soutihi whole Comnunities 11111
by it aiire in erops and the abone to
t1n01Iy oris ei' euivaleint, left intwlt ailof tlh
wwomoris or lio atMl that poor women
ivith barge htitilile t wit h elples 4 childroen, sc
Aecustomied to diependt on the labiior i th.
1s hat1 now, with no4) husband, brother An
;ervanlt to help, and1i 1no mone1ky, they do0 n101
olow what to)414 dotr wheru to go Imo fooi ;
u it are left, in the oliutdes of these South
lt forests, in 1rg e 1s 1i1i'launt With hungr,
iabsisting on wha' the miotlie or larger
hioiren' can shooli titr pick tp in the woohe
r Oin What 1the few niger Iarly aU
>Oor as they aIIreclan brinig llthet.
Ollicer (o mily I ta Ii,,tini ianen have Imet
vith snil tuthers, ii lnr after dark, out iln
he woiod, With fi i., gul jui lived, anid
hie Coon or posesum jlust killed ; havo goneo
lii11w wit itt ailni let til group of(itittle
lInveliigs waiting lu1ient'ly lother's r .
-n with s iome of tIhe tly 1rt of Ntod they
mls tasted for weoek; and Women and hi
Iven have been found withinl sixty Iiles of
heecpital of Suillthern Stallt, during the
tst year, who hatd tarvvil todeath in their
eel. Cabins. Thlele Cases of tlie great
iires are ram in e itetorn cities, for
here. even thle mlost dolient ely b)rd ennI al
enlerally 1,ind :somle wor-k which they can
0 to keep I he Willi from t the door : uiti . Ihe
Arnus fir phaintatlions of' thll' South tire pecut
uliarly ! echled, Withi miles of forest. or
winy hot ween t hemll, poor roads, andl Ih
lock and aninls Were nearly all taken by
het- war, the 'ninl, the flood or h11
hllve, Who inl such ti iinet i cont5ry,
id the famiessed Inities nor often, by
he eiimo n'eesity mnmbe them wnut. to
ind to sik to travel ol foot, alld there
s no other way (o go.
Yeourt proltis se t enerlainmen , MNadnm ,
houbt it pro-lutee only fundls enough to re
ile tve a ell fdre10 of the detitution of
his country will bo a goodI beginning and
my be followe A in other citile North by
amiar appeals l o people Who have happily
yever felt. ithe desolation andl thi horrors of
ichi follow in (he rackii of great, nrmties
r invasion. God speed your society in (Ihe
i'd Work, is thie wish or, Madun, yours
raty, E. 0. C. ORD,
H UwPUnnu11Ms, Iswr 1.n1.. DIV.,
t ichmond, Va., May 11, 1867.
AM. llarlowu Aiather-Mly Dour Mandam:
shall be too glad il anything I cant say
il nid Itie societ y I cit nobi work. it
Arge lpoporion of the people of the South
eo le ndi mny are itll ofyuig
WmEst to INihelit.i o enduran o from the
vastilation of war nud subsequent failuro
r crops. They aro mak11ing every possible
erion 'ohevivet their vayu brache 1 of7
'iheta asxstellotwhi'ot e othern view
tlot re weoobl tou goiiiicntll Trelie
rslicieno to plaolorpoor of the Uthd
icyo'i, nd the suiingcin for food. The re
Iraty maeaion o nt renisf un' iersa
leiro dthoghuto ihn Iltih forat, heavly
ranal reunwtheltilOho tohe Not'thd lmaweiil
elves to mstta thev' geeois syudps.e
eomot fostiters andItoN Incou ill t egoth
1111 aheir h tientllsin t hie iohthnthe
ile cnlortsiof lthsieationy i resuy bnt
dstc abundant stuccess. of yom, dertMadam,
J.N~l M. CKI F3L,
C'oman-ansti 2n1 Miltry Div.,ct
'Cohaton, 8. C., May 13, 186~7.
1100 o leny potrhepooyuhv in vli 'urgnrits
rtlaliyof toheliveornmn f tilehled Unied
ats, ando thettanificient, conruIn
lilay yoarde for the reierous tewido
preadtltl destitien inithetteo lvd
rent umerts nblovided w ithli foodttand
'crythig.Ando unyi yan obudnt hrvt
elve, Itrut, teeer eeou and pros.,
inetei olovifstor ti imovrcished
hd actlheted popution.lib th by besao t'
lishesl tor the suesof. yourn sunrtking,
to ommande--'ing 2d Mtiitar1ticy Distrt;
edofohlan sia, o r. ay0, 18o07.siti(
I'miytr ma t bny tollowveyoudh oassur-e
'ns of m poort help itiiorCgenerous
indeavorg to stelievo orimpvi hedo nd
nhappy eopleI bts lto eres oto out in
Mtein af, tht graitded.c is totlori
roanifemed byyourt oraiaweon fol tos
poGii o on oethr South satroi.
hetsecion m'do memoa e "hran'tiish hi ak
narche sto to ebotd. Poovefry suer eing
IilManddiuin olf tet pepe can hcarcvly
,oi realizti-lvi'g ino husuely costru o.
edoVhed boail s, o albuh n
nuyo remtJby'holloCweyed, mciate
'ormsbli whose woredy arepobred"-for
bl oetito sllu o t o raing oft hugetr.
hosao ragp in whyich frot d it Inaother,
our fmay. exltisted for mua e onaiw<
atonce;he roaIsetant. who hady ake
nawervo tils t bg om oodafor hae dhi