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PARIS,-February 9.-Napoleon has
altered bis "pojioy towards tko Pope
and Italy in a sudden and remarkable
manner. He evinces a disposition
to abandon thc position, of champion
of tho Holy See. iwainWl jj is said,
or the existence of Bourbon intrigues
originating from Rome. Tho Im?
perial diplomacy with Borne hos be?
come colder, while the friendly rela?
tions horetofore existing with Victor
Emanuel.nre to be renewed.
Queen Isabella has been forced to
dissolve tho papal legion which was
being recruited under her warrants
in Madrid, as Napoleon flatly objects
to its ?ervioe in 'the cause of tho
Afc a meeting in Birmingham,,John
Bright made a speech, in which he
pleadod tho wrongs of Ireland in
ext?nuation of the late Fenian out?
rages, and begged for church and
(iegislativo reform. Mr. Bright said
there was nothing that the United
States Government could do if Ire?
land was part and parcel of tho
United States, that England might
not do also if she would.
, NEW YORK, February 9.--The
steamship Rising Star, from Aspin
woll, has arrived. She brings $1,250,
000 in treasure.
Newa from thc Isthmus and Cen?
tral America is unimportant. Lime
advices to January 22 state thal
President Canseco had arrived al
.Callao. Some minor fights had oe
curred at the South, but tranquility
had been restored, and the whoh
Republic now recognizes Canseco')
Tho reported revolution in Bolivii
was merely a local outbreak, am
Valparaiso d?tes to January li
stato that agents are to leave ii
March for the United States, Gres
Britain, Sec., to obtain immigrant
for tho Southern portion of Chili.
Tho Japanese Monitor Stonewall
arrived at Valparaiso January 0, i
thirty-six days from Montevideo.
NEW ORLEANS, February 9.-Al
tho persons appointed by Genen
Hancock to take tho place of thoa
removed from tho City Council, ar
white men of tho highest respecta
GALVESTON, Februnry 8.-Tho Bi
reaa of Mexican Intelligence i
Burensville, sends the following newi
Another revolution has broken on
nuder Vahles, aud a detachment c
Government troops had keen defea
An expedition from the North pa
of the State of Tobnsco had starte?
under tho command of one Basti:
to march on the cupitul. Meudet
reported to be the primo mover i
Gen. Sanchez, u follower of Or teg.
hus been arrested and imprisoned i
San Luis Potosi.
Two Americans, named Cook ai
Pillow, emigrants from Waco, Texn
were murdered by the Mexicans ne:
Preparations for a revolution a
being made in Tumaulipos. Arr
and ammunition were being collecte
Troops were sent from Mutamoras
fight them wherever found.
MONTGOMERY, February 10.-O
of seventeen South Alabama Cou
ties, embraoing the large negro Cou
ties of this State, tho constitution
behind 3.700 votes. The hill con
try und tho Florida line of Connti
will place it at least 10,000 behind.
MonitiB, February 10.-Tho eh
tion concluded yesterday, passed
in a most quiet aud orderly mann*
Whites 72; colored 4,916.
PnfliADEtPHlA, February 10.-Jo
B. BuCk, one of the oldest merchai
engaged in tho Now Orleans trade,
Tin; Itcconatruetlon Con vent Inns
ATLANTA, February 8.-An ort
nance was passed lo pr?vido mea
for defraying the expenses of I
Convention, by a tax of one-tenth
all taxable property; same to be e
looted on or before May 1, 1868.
A resolution to expel Aaron Alpeo
Bradley, (negro,} was made I
special order for Tuesday next.
The second section of the cc
mitten's report on fruuehise, asado
od, recognizes no distinction
tween races, aud provides that
voters shall have paid their tax
and if challenged they shall sk
that their vote is not aileotcd
any reward received or expect
nor have tkey given or promised t
reward, or made any threat to \.
vont any person from voting.
OnARTiWrrow, February 10.-In
Convention, ?three . more sections. of
the Constitution were adopted. Sec?
tion 01 defines" tho' crimes cognizable
by grand juries; Section 22 abolishes
imprisonment', for debt, except in
fraud, und exempts the homestead;
Section 23 declares that np bill of at?
tainder, ex. post facto law, or law im?
pairing ob?gr.tiorio ur ?outruct!?,
shall be passed. A long discussion
on clause ensued, defining -what con?
stitutes treason to the State. It is
i probable that to-morrow, the clause,
! tho same as is in thc F?d?ral Consti?
tution, will be stricken ont. Au
article was also rend for tho first time,
organizing tho militia. Tho Legis?
lative part of the Constitution was
read tho first time and several marked
' RAXJEIOH, N. C., February 10.-lu
the Convention, tho article of tho
Constitution on militia was under
cpnsideratiou, when Graham (con?
servative) moved to amend, so that
whites and blacks should be in sepa?
rate companies ; which was rejected.
RICHMOND, February 10.-In the
Convention, tho Judiciary Commit?
tee reported adversely to two reso?
lutions-one for sealing debts con?
tracted prior to April, 1865, at 25
cents on the Si, and another declar?
ing all debts prior to that date null
and void. The Committee's report
also takes tho ground, that debts con?
tracted for the purchase *of slaves
cannot be set aside; the report wan
adopted. A section of the report
giving the Legislature power to sell
tho State's interest in intornal im
! proveniente and apply the proceeds
to the liquidatiou of tho public debt,
-? + ? .
WASHINGTON, February 10.-lu the
House, the following wero introduced :
Instructing the Reconstruction Com?
mittee to report what further legisla?
tion is necessary to enable the late
rebel States to resumo their places in
tho Union; continuing tho Freed?
men's Bureau in Tennessee; to allow
respondents in United States courts
to testify in their owu behalf in
States where such testimony is per?
mitted in local courts. The Judiciary
Committee was directed to inquire as
to the expediency of amending tho
bankrupt lav, to require tho majority
of creditors to compel involuntary
bankruptcy. A resolution, that tho
seat of Government should bo re?
moved to tho Mississippi Valley, was
disagreed to by a strictly sectional
vote-77 to 97. Drawing for seats
created some confusion nud much
merriment. A bill authorizing the
bridging the Mississippi River, at the
joint expense of the Government and
tho railroad company, passed. A re?
solution calling on Grant for a copy
of the President's last letter, and
referring tho Judiciary Committee's
impeachment evidence to the llecou
? 8tructiou Committee, with tho privi?
lege to report at any time, passed.
The House then went into Commit?
tee of the Whole; and a geueral dis?
cussion showed increasing pnrtizau
i lu tho Senate, after u number of
private resolutions, bills aud me?
morials, reconstruction was resumed.
The Supreme Court, in old Geor?
gia case, petitioning to restrain
Stanton, Grant and Pope from pro?
ceeding under tho reconstruction acts,
decided adversely. The reasons for
that opinion, in effect, as follows
were given : The question involved,
and tho right sought to be protected,
were exclusively political in their
character, relating to the sovereignty
and government, and not lo rights of
person or property, and that the
Court had no jurisdiction, therefore,
of the subject matter of tho bill.
They cite tho eases of the Stato of
Rhode Island versus the State of
Massachusetts, of tho Cherokee na?
tion versus tho State of Georgia, and
other cases, to show that tho Court
has no jurisdiction to decide a politi?
cal question. The Chief Justice con?
curred in tho result, but not in the
It is stated that tho Cabinet is
strongly adverse to Grant's version of
Edward Maynard, United States
Consul at Turk's Island, is dead.
Internal revenue recoipts to-day,
"HARP TIMES."-Those who aro
under tho impression that the times
are particularly hard just where they
live, aro reminded of the fact that in
all of tho leading Northern cities
mechanics, clerks, laborers and work?
ingmen generally have been thrown
out of employment by tho thousands.
lu Brooklyn and New York alone,
the number reaches 100,000. In tho
Weat, a similar state of a ll airs exists.
FINANCIAL AN? COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, February 10-Noon.
Stetting ^. Gold 43. Flour'and
wheat ouiet . and steady. Corn lc.
better. Pork firmer, at 22.95@2:i.
Cotton firmer, at 20. Freight? firm.
7 1'. M.-Cobtou native and firmer ;
op.?es 1,000 balea ai 2G\a>:?0^. Com
closed duli, .with noon's advance lost;
Western mixed, new, 1.27(3:1.30;
white Southern, firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork
firmer, bnt quiet ; new 23Jt ; old
22U', Lard firmer at ll}?(?)l5.
Freights firmer ; cotton, sail, 5-16@
% \ steamer, Gold irregu?
lar at 42p.i.
BALTIMORE, February 10.-Cotton
very firm at 20. Flour dull and un?
changed. Wheatvery firm and scarce;
Southern red email@example.com. Corn
active ; yellow firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats
active ut 70@77. Bulk shoulders,
paoked, 92 ; sides, loose, ll. Lard
CHARLESTON, February 10.-Cotton
quiet and unchanged; sales 4,500
bales-middling 19; receipts 1,211.
AUGUSTA, Febrnary 10.-Cotton
market firm ; soles 700 bales ; receipts
460 bales ; middlings 18>?.
SAVANNAH, GA., February 10.
Cotton opened quiet and li rm, but
closed active and advancing ; sales
2,000 bales; middlings 19; receipts
LONDON, February 10-Noon.
Consols 93M@?8??< Bonds 75;\.
LIVERPOOL, February 10-Noon.
LONDON, February 10-Evening.
Cotton closed buoyuut ; sales 15,000
bales-npluuds 8^B@8'^' ; Orleans
ANTICIPATING EVILS.-Enjoy the
present, whutever it muy be, and be
not solicitous for tho future ; for if
you take your foot from the present
standing, and thrust it forward to?
wards to-morrow's event, you are in
a restless condition. It is like re?
fusing to quench your present thirst
by feuriug yon will wnnt drink tho
next day. If it bo well to-day, it is
madness to make the present mis-,
eruble by fearing that it may be ill
to-morrow-when you aro full of to?
day's dinner, to fear that you shall
wuut tho next day's supper, for it muy
bo you shnll not, und then to what
purpose was this day's aillictions ?
But if to-morrow you shall want,
your sorrow will como time enough,
though you do not hasten it ; let
trouble tarry till its day comes. But
if it chance to bo ill to day, do not
increase it by the cures of to-morrow.
Enjoy tho blessings of this day, if
God sends them, and tho evils hear
patiently aud sweetly ; for this day
is only ours-we aro dead to the
morrow. Ho, therefore, is wiso who
enjoys as much as possible ; and if
only that day's trouble loans upon
him, it is singular and finite. " Suffi?
cient to the day, (suid Christ,) is the
evil thereof ;" sufficient but not in
tolernble. But if we look abroad,
and bring into ono day's thoughts
tho evils of many, certain and un?
certain, what will be and will never
be, our load will be us intolerable as
it is unreasonable.
It is related by an English paper
tlint the servants, thirty in number,
recently waited on their employer, a
member of Parliament from Dorset?
shire, just as the latter was about to
receive his Beyal Highness the Duke
of Cambridgo ns a visitor, and de?
clared that unless their request was
granted, they would leave his service.
They wished a change in tho bill of
fare. Inquiry brought out the fact
that they hud for breakfast, tea and
coffee, eggs, bacon, toast, bread and
butter; for lunch, brcud, cheese and
ale ; for dinner, hot joints und pastry;
for tea, toast, bread and butter ; for
supper, meat, bread, cheese and ale.
They wanted mutton chops and beef
steak for breakfast. Tho request of
tho poor starving creatures was
A THRIFTY YOUNG MAN.-Some?
times people have entertained angels
unawares, but n Green Mountain
boy, who has been peddling maps
lately in Wostfield and neighboring
towns in Vermont, does not answer
to that description, His plan is to
go to a farm house and ask for u
night's lodging and food for himself
and horse. When his bill is present?
ed in tho morning, ho astonishes the
farmer by asking to "seo his license
to keep a tavern!" Of course tho
license is not produced, and the bill
is not paid.
Tho South Carolina Cpnferonco of
the African Methodist Episcopal
Church, is to meet in Lancaster, on
tho first Wednesday in March, Bishop
Clinton, of New York, presiding.
ECLIPSE OF THE SUN.--Among th?
interesting announcements for the
present mooth is one to the effect
that there will bo a> total eclipse of
the sun nt 9 o'clock, on thu' morning
of tho 22d. It will only, be visible,
however, iii Africa, ami in the mid
uio vi ino South Atlantic Ocean.
A correspondent of tho New York
Tribune, shocked at tho terrible, and,
as he says, needless torture of crimi?
nals by hanging, suggests that here?
after they may tie made to touch a
wire communicating with twelve Ley?
den jars, when death by electricity
would bo instantaneous and painless.
It appears from statistics kept in
France, that, during the lust thirty
years, moro than 10,000 people were
struck by lightning, of whom 2,232
were killed outright 880 were killed
during the last teu yeurs, and of
theso only 243 were females. Who
wouldn't be a female?
Two, sailors were sitting in the
gnnwalc of their ship drinking grog.
"This is meat and drink," said Jack,
and he fell overboard as he was
drinking. "Now you've got washing
and lodging," coolly remarked Tom.
A gentleman in Hartford lately in?
vited sonio friends to dine ou crows,
which they took to bo partridges,
and praised highly. He is now iu
great glee, and offers fifty cents a
piece for crows.
Juries in England have some pri?
vileges not accorded to those in this
country. In a recent case at Chester,
a bill of five pounds for liquor nud
cigars, consumed by tho jurors, was
allowed by tho court
A "reformed drunkard" who had
relapsed, rather surprised the peo?
ple nt Willard's, in Washington, by
walking iuto the breakfast-room in
his night shirt.
Mrs. Joel Ketchum, Mrs. Mary A.
Duncan and Mr. J. K. McMahau, all
residents of Greenville, have recently
The first Alaska paper was pub?
lished by the expedition sent by thc
Western Union Telegraph Company,
and was called the Esquimaux.
Negroes aro operating extensively
along tho lino of tho Georgia Central
Railroad, in selling bogus tickets to
Tho Chicago Tribune thinks tht
cause of the present hard tiui--s i?
that too many young men r?pudi?t!
farming and take to trading.
Eladsit Tisdale recently died ?J
Ridgefield, Conn. Iiis name speller
backwards or forwards was tho same.
Ho always spelled it backwards.
Advice to servants of all work
"Learn to labor and to wait."-Punch
American Westphalia Karns.
miERGES Davis, Jr., DIAMOND HAM!
JL -tho best euro-for ?ale by the pack
age or singly, at current rates for conimoi
Hams, bv tho agents,
feb 112 C. H. BALDWIN CO.
(1RU3IIED, Granulated, Powdered, i
J and C Coffee, C Yellow, now crop N<-\
Orleans and West India, low ^rade Browi
B HO ABB, by the packagoor at retail.
Syrups nml Molasses, various grades.
Cofloes and Teas, varions grades.
St. Louis, Baltimore, Georgetown am
Country Flour; high ?md low grades.
With various standard, staple GHOCE
BI KS, just received and fur sale bv
Feb ll 3 C. H. BAr.DWIX A- CO.
Sugar-cured Breakfast Strips,
Large No. 1 Mackerel, very fat,
Bich Gosheu Butter, at
Feb ll O. PIERCES*.
LEMONS'. LEMONS ! !
IAROE FLORIDA LBMONS. at
j Feb ll O. DIE HOES'.
RICH GOSHEN BUTTER, for sal
cheap, at O. DIERCKS*.
THUS. P. WALKER,
MAGISTRATE AND CORONEL
OFFICE at tho Auction and Commissio
Store of W. T. Walter, opposite th
Market. Feb II
And Still They Come !
S~\ ANOTHER lot of those lim
N?JiISrfrt!sh Norl?lk 0Y8TEB8 r<
^VSBpr coived this dav, at thc Collin
bia Ice Houso. J. 1>. BATEMAN.
1M b ll I
?)?\ BBLS. Pink Eyo POTATOES, f.
planting, in lino order. For sale i
Fob 11 1 bedell'* How.
PLANTEES and GABON BBS will tin
ELLERBE'S PLANT TRANS-PLAN"]
EU, (Patented loth of October, 18I>0. t I
JOHN C. DIAL'S; by which surplus plan!
of corn, cotton, or of any plant, may 1
trans-planted lu the ?anio timo that tl
soil can bo replanted, without diflturbin
tho dbi our. roots. J. C. DIAL,
Jau la tilmo General Agent.
d?LTXO ticosa. ?i4?.l?*#
A Valuable Work of Art- Panorama of
C. F. HARRISON, Auctioneer.
BY virtuo of sundry executions to mc
directed, I will eoll; ut public amnion,
on TUESDAY, t?ti ?iiti rust., at io o'clock
A. M., on Assembly streut, East ?ide of thc
Markt't, that valuable Work bf art known
a? tlic PANORAMA OK COLUMBIA; levied
on UH thc property nf Leo A Richard, at
the suit of J. j*. I tu wi a, Columbia Uss
Compa aud othnrs. '!'.,.: ru?; cash.
._ Feb 7Jht:i C. HUBStTSO, Constable.
Closing Stookof u Country S ore.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON THURSDAY MO UN INO next, ut 10
o'clock, weather perraitthig, 1 will Bull, at
A general variety of DRY GOODS. Cloth?
ing, Huts, (Shoes, Fancy A nidus, Cutlery.
Hardware, School Books, Medicines, Army
and Navy Pistols, Ac. Sale without re?
serve. Fob IT
Closing Stork of a Segar Establishment.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
CN THURSDAY MORNING noxt, at 10
o'clock, I will hell, at the storo of, L.
Hartman, on A?*eenib!y stroot, near the
3,050 SEGA HS, Conchas,
2,00? Regalia, ?
1,600 Extra Fine.
'.',700 Assorted Brands,
500 lb?, varions qualities Smoking
Tobacco, Army Beales. Show Ouse, Ac.
The above will positively he sola to clnso
the concern._gob ll
Cart, Kopff and Invey vs. John J. Nelson.
Warrami to enforce linn tinder Act of I860.
BY virtue of a warrant to levy on and
sell tbe CROP of defendant, in the
above stated case, directed to me by D.
?. Miller, Esq., Clerk o? tbe Court o? Com
mon Picas and General Sessions for Rich?
land District, and in pursnunco of an Act
of the General Assembly of South Caroli?
na, entitled "All Act to ?? eure advances
for agricultural purposes," I will 6ell, on
MONDAY, the 17tli day of February, 1868,
at the Plantation belonging to Dr. John
English, about twenty-three miles from
Columbia, within tin- legal hours, the
balance of the CROP of 1867, viz:
A quantity of CORM, supposed to bo
. about 400 or 500 bushels.
A quantitv of Fodder and Hay, supposed
to be about 20,000 pounds. .
A quantitv of Cotton Seed, supposed lo
bc about 2.5(H) bushels.
Terms cash. P. W. GREEN,
Feb 2 s. H. D.
Foreclosure vf Mortgage ami Sate (<f ilea I
JACOB LEVIN, Auctioneer.
UNDER power of attorney to mo by
deed given, by C. P. PELHAM, to
foreoloso mortgage, and after twenty-one
days publie notice, to hell und convey cer?
tain promis** mortgaged by tho ?-aid C. P.
Pelham, to secare advances made to him
dnring the year 1867, and pursuant to tho
terms of sahl instrument, I will o?or at
public sale, at tho Court House, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in March next, at tho
usual hours, the f llowiug U13AL ESTATE,
in the city ot Columbia, to wit:
FOUR ACRES, moro or less, brine; a
? square, bounded by Gervais street, on tho
North; Winn street, on the East; Senate
street, on the South: Barnwell streut, on
the West; affording eligible buddinu sites.
Terms: So much cash as will pay tho
account due for advances, to wit: $1,198.62
and interest on Bald sum, at 10 per cont,
pur annum, from November 15, 1867; and
expenses of sal?!. Bataneo ou a credit of
two vears, with approved sureties.
Attorney in fact of C. P. Pelham.
True Brotherhood Lodge No. 84.
A An extra communication of this
^yr',,,|t?1' ?Hl b'- held THIS (Tuesday;
/^r\ EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at Palmetto
Lodge Hall, lor the purpose of conferring
the K. A. Bogree
By order of the W. M.
Feb"ll 1 THUS. P. WALKER, Beo\v.
Members of tho Burns Club,
\tAP U/\f?. ATT EN D t he regti
.^V-bir Quarterly Mect
- SNVV lng TH IS EVENING,
2 jiw* I <"! McKenzie's Saloon.
?V^SeJJC^J?>J Members will bc
\*XS^* /SU pnnctnal in attend
^??2fT"lg*V' ance, as businc?b of
?9l$f5Sr itlipoltat.ee will 1)0
^V?jhr transacted. Fob ll
mill' undersigned having buen appointed
A Assistant Assessor, First Division,
Third Collection District, and ordered to
proceed with assessments, will do so, at
the store next below MoKoii?i *a, on Main
street. All persons liable are expected to
make their annual returns for 1867.
Feb !? 2 W, K fi UR KN Fl I I.D.
MACY'S CUAL OIL.
BBLS. Mao's highly relined OIL, tho
purest and safest Kerosene oil ruado,
und warranted to stand tho lire test of 110
. , ., " T..?: reotivetl and sold by thc
agents. C. II. BALDWIN ACO.
'Feb O ._ _2__
Violin and Guitar Strings.
ft?*. A A NEW supplV of genuino
JT?^F"\ ITALIAN .STRINGS; also, a
\^vJWi\ nil assort.nt of Violoncello
Strings, with a choice s?lec?
tion or Violin Bow?. Screws, Tail-boards,
Bridges, Rosin, Ac. At
_ Feb 4 tuM?* E. PO'.LARD'S.
Landreth's Garden Seeds.
Alargo variety of frosh and rcliablo
SRKDR, just received from that well
known hoiiao of David Laudreth A, Sons.
Wholesale and retail at
Jan 12 ?21* E. POLLARD'S.