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Thirsday 1oring, Mny 1t, 186i. ST. P. Sani), isq., ii th( sole agent fOr this paper in Charleston, S. C. To Correspondents. "Wanderer" will atppear inl our next is-ne. Our correspondents will plea ,e con tine O,i1 missive.. NoV h"tr indica. tion is there that interest is felt. in tihe prosieri I v of ithe piar, Ihan the effort to give it ioeal al '1ad varitt v. The Reported .Iurter of lilr. Vau Ent"11, of North Carolina. Our North Carollina exchanig's ure either inisinflormed as to the ljctlity- of the sitpposed murder of Mr. \ t atonl, or the original piblicatio of it. was has ed ion the inference that, the murder was committed in this seetion hi-Canlse it wits from the tehf-graphi ellice of this placei that the first. dispatch in I re gard to the affitr was senlt to Lie friends of the decea-wd. While we 'o not care for. the preset to say anything of tho locality, we wouild thank oiir North Carol:in coniim-In- I poraries to correct the itillakenl opini,n that the IIlanciolv aflid OCCUrred in this District. Closilg Stores i1 !> Ol'loek P. 51. All questions tonching Iblic inter. ests may properly be ui), nssed in a public jourinal. 'Thewre is n Ow a quest Ion before thiscomminiaty whici, while it may seem to involve the intetl olv of the mercantile, is no tess a theme fr general disenssion. The proposition is beftere some of the merchants of tle town to closl- teic-7r stores at 5 o'clock in the f:,firnoon. Believing as we ido that inan was never made to he sinly a achiine for <-CIImialating mon01iey, we cannot, bout favor the proposed seh'w-. Thre 1MaY be argments of weight on both Id. M and we confess 1th1a. if .an'Y 0: e will tat utpotn the datttiu that monev-iakinig41 is tae ChIIV Vell o amn, Inare ViMa 11 no difficulty in the worbh to roVe hat it would be highly detriiental too's p11' cimiary iterest to Shoiin (io,r one hiu-r his period of labor. Bt man) is essent illy su,il. .\ uid to cut off from the dr.mZagh iupon' his III. siness. practical life. ami altl to Lis so -cial enjoyment.-, is to develop the w% h(le But there mig.ht 'e tal-n inl a few -Oullars in that very iimw whio i0 is pro posed to Cuat off froi the bl-iless i.onra of the day. S m enstomers ml ilde sire to make a tradc inl that tion- u hilb it would be a pit y to lose be urged as objetiotns against. i e pro p1osition. Buat thtese ohjieer mas arie of liol1 weigh t. Wh ty ito enist<ue rs not s'a to make barguiins after unigli . laumrs fr closiing uip stores ? Becausie t hyyV know thaat buesitness thena cease <. Weli w iul it taot b~e just. as easy for th emi to tgov ern themselves hv thie proposedt order of buisiniess ? tIfti dtheestomer knows ihat a fter 5 o'clock iln the a fternoeon h- latn get nothing, woni't the go hoifore LiLtha hur to triade' ? So that no ob'ject ions of ti kind shtould weigh aigai nst the scthemie. Hlowever, ouar columnins are open lto our mercanutile frienids, and we wonl be glad to hear from the-m pro et co,e. ThtEN AN). Now.-Whien tHonjaitint Franklini was first. Postaster-.General of the Ameiaricana Colonies, ove.r a een.11 tury' since, ho set out ini his (old gis- to. make an official inlspefction of' the printci pal ronut'es ; and wh'ten the held theo stamie office under the authority of Coinges<i, aibouit ninety years since, ai smnali folio, cantainaing but threo quires of paper, lasted as hisi account book for twvo years. It would require a Postmase .General now, six' years of incessanat rail. -road travel, at one hutndred anid Ltwent.y five tniles daily, to pass8 over all thee tablished routes, wilie it would. take a Jife-timie to pass over them in a gig S Insteadl of a small folio of three quires, the post.offlco oecounts now conaume \every two years three thousatnd ledgors of the largest si',e, emiploying more that. ~a hundred clerks in recording tratns;c ho~ns I on Iil : .o :wla .J The schin, of the Giris, ow:nII. A few daYs aftr IIe memorable one spokent of' in ie iirst cliapt' of i, nar Iallioll. I Ilet Ir. h. in the roid. It was a most 4deFlitfil valley betweenl t wo high hili.-i, hroiih which ran a briskz lit'tlo CryStal str-v:ll, blord by 1the laur"I andi tho ivy so w( ll known it, m0faious rgioniis. Th'll last, delicaut bloois fron the i vy wer' f.lling iponli I. trnlsparvint watler::, aind, glidiin110 onward SiCIIed to by! ill high antciilpation of liiY L1 Somwliere in tIll disitance down treaim. The alrkl, fromt is pyra id. of gieI'II lIIave.2, isp,zlilayed a large and gori.eow; flower of the richest crim soii, andi)l secllel to IIiscoIIrse lofileitly oi thle gIoy (I hero.s -saild saig s, alill all qsu,CceSS1 1I and happ11Y schoolmlasters; ! Tho greei lav1S Of thW obl oak,; ritlid in thie verinl brevzo. nul the binlrd as tbey waltlned - -11 frolheked through the bouhis, and bileuidd their melodious w:irblings2 wi h ''The liqiiit -pFe of' imnrnuing mtroam,"" 8eened t) mock inl diroide the withir. Id :nd morwze vi-tim of care and Itur moil with whom I converze,1. "10ome sit. down, Nrr. L., on this mo1SsY r'Ock, amd 14L tus talk." "in ill thiat. w.' iuiidertako, do voit not thil illith , t; r. is Importanut ? I low w,11ild the groat w is wch con 1- tie illiiverso get along ill th.i, t-avcis withiout Vntem ? To say nith jg of tht? rest. whIt. abllot our ljil S.lar 1 iintiml ? Vlin. woub,11 soon looie Ir way :ild woutlil CollIe into vi) Itli lillt witi Mervirv ; alil M(arq, hA ilnl ling, woul til ueet Ils of! varhl Ia nd1i would giv us 8uch a jilt that we smiuld nevcr ibijak ill v more abot. the Nl.- of Thro, p. s. an4 los-WIS. flow w ould a hal' dozenl locoIot 1V , alining at th l- m1110 tiniv oil the S;Lllle 1r.Icek do u\ i:hoil Syvstcm ? How wNold th pla el1iM 1 mi n re williolit ivstvll ? Ilow Call wo do alytling i ll wfi,tkIll iI thle school-room itl is iliperatively lIlC( 'Sal1Y. A ti-e to bigill, a tilne tIo !j!ls o : la*im ;r evvvy n-clittion; f,I* every dwy, ior every privilege. viere, if we do nllythinr, we n?t have c I e e!oek. work ---a carefhli adll. j.iIcioIIv pre pard mhiomdleh. impheiitly o1eyeV (a s1i Il tt ,-ilorctory 'f the e tbih mlnI. V I IlhIIII til, a Female CoI. I'ge can no inore lt worktd 11.1 han a lol IV:ItcI', 1- . Eh Profeusor nmt' h:tv is hii :antl IjisiIttje ; v eli lil piilher work parvelled oul, each re'i: tI o r vex I,re i aI i*ts t,*w. Shomld shv ho a lIIIl Icdet olat of hIIer cotirso, O// i. wrn th ma e b-1,; son confliets will t he lloit ir a pratice; t he hi:inr iiquar hain ils,j la im ; w,hjle, for' every hiour duriing e:h' r-t of t he dayi. t here is a sto.es. .\l this11, shio'l siho begin ai h-df houir tio late and attempt to do her cii 4omary dlay's work. She must full in wit thi[le ph.a, or she eau do~ nothi ng. "O Iga: reason for the( observance: of systeml in a Coilege is that great. iiconoiz:'r of' jime. lluIt j1if tme is pro cious~Il in ln est ab) slishenlt conuii cted by six~ or a dloz.en pe rsons, how js ji.twhen thle enurei buirdenI falu on one or two ? Let t.o wordl "ystemn, sstem, sys t:M b0 riiing ill 0o1r cans a thloisuld times! W ihot jit, therle nay be onOfuis'ion, waste of time', wa'lste of mioneoy, biighit ingr andt riuin to the y'onng intel lect, anud torment. to techlers, but, there can be no e incatio n" WVith this we pa1rtod, and the pei gegul was left to his own medltations. Wixxsnono, Dh. C. [Folt TH ENEt . 'S imbo." says Jim, "Suppose the Devil lost is taji, where you thinik lie would go to got another ?" "fse gives it uip," says Sambo, "tell me wvhere, Jim." "Wihy to the tavern of course,' tihats ha I haJ! osrs. Editors:-II lIoAing over tho Nr:ws a fe.w dayango, my eyes rest. ed upon an artle:I headed "Quiint Ser InOI," which brought to memory a little circtinuatAueI which occurreIl ill i cer tain village, in tie stiumer of 1865. While on a visit t) saitd village, I at teleld a prdtacted sweting v hich' was then inl progress, and which was being carried on by the Rev. Mr. Smith, of th)e persasionl. It seems that ie venerable pastor entertainedi a great manv of the brtliren from the sur romaling country dritng the week, to. waIIs the closo of which, his slIpplie4 bvgan to rut short. Clmnsequenly, oil Sturday.evning, ji:st. before going to citirch, lie sent his sorvitnt (a jiivenile freed.hoy) to a neighboring grocery, kept. by Mr. Mar', to get a ham for SlInIlay. It se slli thatthe Rev. geitle. Main owed lie grocer for a ham trevious. lV cot, and as tile credit, ssteml hal "4played out," le tol the servant Ie coul ntt, let any mo0r! go witlout he. got pay for the one already obtained. That Ilight his sermon. as well as I can remember, was Iiat )ortion of Mark's Gocpel on the trial and critcix-I ion of Christ. Towards tho middle of his sermon lie stopped suddenly, mv.! looking up to the gillerv, lie said, "aI what did Mark av." im' little . nhgr who ha l he en sent, for thte hm linmpiviel to 1b ill the gal. lery. :wt thinkinc,g the imstor waI is nel. dresilg hi. slng ollt at the top of his vowic "Mars Mark sez you can't git. Iary m lIiitler hIm dar till you pay for dI.-Ii yol already got." A i, reK. Itms. It is reported Ithat a radical member of tie l:1ris DistIicI of PeCIIIsylVanci1. ink his speceh ii file I1olloe oil Wednlesdlar, Ilrol his co-lanorers to liry ip iheir lisiness, at4 this might be tie A tetliteiblicai ('(l riess that would mcet for rune time, iV not 7oi,ve!r. Tim Ti.u..- ilDr Divis is indicted under tie Act ot' 179, Iider whkid tle penailty, for a sedil lolis collupirae.y, tie puilistilitIl of, W hich is fite, le ov $5.ov r , aind im - prisoinet wit Iih or witut hard lahrr. lot OVeI' SiX Ye:1rs. UIIe tle Act oJune 1li, ID62, no wison alloWed it sit oin tihe jlry who Was inl ally legree of complicily wili the Iebelhim. Tliis inlshres Ih.t. tle tril shall be bi'efre a loyal jury.--Xational Intel liitcer. The Lonidoa coate want s to know wiletil el. it Was-t not rIil, 'tlhalt whe Andrew d11h1,40n 4sucVPededI to tht' Prvesilolnev, ho Ahoi disc.ird tile ' lI%e,' wilti IvhicI tlt, \holiiionisis luiad invested hi' " (el. .1. It. llood is it tihe lieal of a slock eclany folIlliig. capital IWO hllllred andlt filfy Ilioisand dItillars, for drailinl" andl[ sWeeping ilie .ireets of New Orleans by inuachIineitry. Ex-Pi-residleint Davis hais been grantedl Ilie lib.rly f' el lortrs, diIing Ithe dy. lie rotire4 to Carroll Il I at night. Iiis to:li, sel, Sliea anl O'Cominor, have beeI itlowed iaccess t o him. [Co~er. or Spintglicl4, *Alass., lIepubilicatn. ] Ni:w Jt:wisct S .wovei;, is~ Ihilis..... $ioc.iX's T1.Mtri.x( i'T.suise. -.The Je aishc SynCagocgue just. Co pipeel aut 11cr!in, bict not yet coe)(craced. is coo of the mocist gor goCtus bucildinigs'in Idarope. Th'Ie entlire cost oft Ice .t ruetuire isl istn-iteed ill as illiont Ihlcote.rse, or 3751),0)i, in ge tel. TIo give al dlescririn (Cf the b Iding is uctter:ly be,yonid Ciy poweler. It is su1 moiiued Iby huge dlomce of thce )rie-ntlty .whc can the seen froci overy houe-eetopintlierlIin. It is cot lessc conscpicuouls for its isern formc, thanlt for the heavy gilding - hiih covers it in every pIart. lesidles. lcer is also a inoler domce, also i ichily gilded. ce inter'ior is br'okent op into the great c ciral hall of worsh.ip, neol far from a hulne cid feet in lenlgthI, and provided with 3S,000 hairs for the worshcip ers. T1hcese aro of >ak and riohily ucarved. Th'le numbciler of seat on thce grounde floor, and devoted to the en, is precasely equaml to thIe nclumbcer itt thc two galleries devoted exclusaively to die c e or the women. The fliishu of the interior s of the most elablorate ind, and yet, there int a word or symbol in the building exc t he imitation of the commracndmets t>ehind the pulpit, the grocand color of the alls is brown ;but it is so profusely studded wvith stars, and very delicate .rcacery, doll i:a gold tat ihie eye is dazzled wvith the sijendor. The whlole is lighcted with two tho and burners, and lIho cost of the gas buirne oeach hour about fify dollar.s. The toeom ou' commit tees, faor smcall mieetings, ar s splendid in theIr way ns the main I II. The general air ca igemcenlt of pulpit, dicg.qjesk, pew, anld galleries, is not tanli that of a Chiristian Churcha, and yet them s a oetain Indefina ble something which emed different All was more or loss 0 ni.al In Its general1 effect. Thce organ i n the lower gallery, not opposite Ilie pulp but tacat the same end wIth it ; it Is a I class instrument, but is entirely 0conce d from view by a secen. The pric of ci s.ingl ..:inI the Chirch is five hundred( dollars at the pre.ent rate of tho American paper. It would ruiiiire a not inconsideraible fortune to buty a pew for an American famntily. In size and spIendor this new Jewish synastogne unquestionably colipses the tem plie of Solomon, In its erection tiel best materials have been used. and the highest skill employed in every department. The mereexperiment and preliminary attlempts in pointing tho interior cost more than ten thousand dollars. The Jews of Berlin are proud of it, of course, for there is no plnoo of worship in thle Prussian capital which can conipare with it. h catliedral con nectel withl the national church of'theland issignificnt compared witi this new Iewishi temple. It, is in the display of we-ilth involved in biilding this stritclure that the Jews Canl show What powe tihey pm,sseso, and tho pride of which it is the expression. is even slrolger tihn the inier nil nhalred in tile t wo sects of Jews whose united money builds it. Tu GRATlTUDn. OF PltlcNVs.-Ossiss (Joseph) Ivansniteh Kommissaroff. file young peasant, who w s instrumental in saving tihe life of the Emperor of Iusia is a young man of twenty-five nid horn in the province Kostromn, w here he was a libernt ed nnity paying serf. The flith being his bitthday, he went to sny hi-A iriyers in the chapel near the house of Peter the Great. Coming to the suinimer garden, it file gate a crowl was assembling rouniid an Imperial equlip.lge. Presently there was stir and animation in tle crowd, and Ie m%w lis Mlajesty in an overcont. Ilis Ma jesty npproaol:eTtlie carliage. and was put ling Oil his cloak, when t younig 1111. who hall b,eet statilnitg hinl Ko In missaroft, 1rie to pult him a4ile. At th omonetl when tie Piiporor wins pttiing on his cloak, the intiUvidital. pushinj Kommissarofi forei bly aside, made his way to the front rank of the multGitude Kommissaroff followed hit closely. Hardly had the assassin got near the Emperor. when, drawing a pistol front anderneath his o-ercoat, he leveled it at the Emperor. Komnissaroff. who hind noticed 1lie tMovemiet. instantly caught him hy tihe arm. ndil diverting the pistol from its aim c:utsed it to lischarge in tie air. lit another moment the assassin was arrested. 1i thile evening. when the gene rid oflicers anil others having access to the eirt Were assetmbled at. tlhe palace, the imperor expresseI a lestre to see Kommis sarff nid signified to him that lie iad raisel him to the rank miM dignity of a nobleman. which annotncement was re evived with I loud hurrals. A Londlon paper says: ",in a large gi iss case, Sianding inl one of thlie uppIter Chaibel s of' our National Mlusemni, is to be sees the skelvton. docetily encsmseid in its original lurid:1 clot hes, ' olone Ph1arah Mykerinis, n1ndi surrondtiled by fragments of file coffin, whercon tie mie of its (iectipant cani lie Csily real by tie Egyptologists of the preSent day : all'orling thereby conclusive evilence that it onco containei tw m mittmiy of it King who was reigning in Egypt mort thlit : 'a century before the ine of Abra. IMPittsoN11E.NT FNR 14nIIT INNn.Nn. The bankruiiptey hill now depentdinig in the Elglish Parli:anent provides tor the aholi lion of lie liharbarous law of inprisonmiliet filr d'lb( 1hat1 now dikgraCs thle Stalut4! books o E nghinil. This change is dictatel both by hmitianity ant coolinIlt sense. Thi mt!h not i Irliatii-Ill. CharleH Diekents mi) be said to lie ttie .ither of t lis hu11tmani ii-amn iunesiure, his wTriinitgs live attriteed plilic ittention1i to he hirbarity of the IIent law a miil tiaile it odious. Cm it l''tieni:s.--In 18');, file succC-S-rc fAl eanii,lte' f r the Presidenlcy tif the lniteI 1taes. .\Mr. Iltichanan. received I, 8 13.029 voiet in 1860, lie succesful c.11 ,tilae. M%r. l.incoli. receivel 1,881.41iI vii es : AIl itt 1864, Ie received 2.2S13.831 voies. At Ihis lat election elevein States lid not vo,t It lie whole vote cist Was .1, 90.5111. 1In 1860, whenl all the Staies vi el. lithe eni ire vote Was 4,700,193; and in 18%t, it wias 4,019,818. Si t'Tit K-:nN I Rt it.to A D. - At thie riect't Cmiionventi oif Pri-sidetts anildiSi. wnis resolved.i thaimt throiigh xicke'ts bet. nigreil to friom N tw Orleans, .\ obilie, Mlonitgomery,t Atlanita andi .Autgneta to Itiliimotnd. Wn -hiing otn, Bali inuore, Piiiladlh 1ftiatand New York, on t he bais of the piricits chiargt'd fo~ simiiitr iuessuee rioutes. A iystemi of thnroughi tiekets fromt New York to New Or. leanisandl intermnediato poit,s wvas devis, hiA5CtO JltTTli.n wYtTItoT Cnunxisa. D)r, Sylvester itateud at a late mteetinig otf the Amterican liistitnto F'armerit' Club that he had tried the experimet of mtaking butter by burying the cream in a lineii bag, andh that one in anot her bag to keep It cleani, whtichi he buricid about eighteeni inches deep, and after twenty-four hours took it up and fotui the creatn ,as thorottglhy converted into butter as it is'by chutrtning, It isjust in thle condhition tat butter in whiein it is ''come,'' wit houtt beitg gathiered'hiy theo dastiher'. It was worked In the usumal way, and mad. as good better as ever was churn ed., The remark that "Tieasont never pros pers, or whenit I prospers none dare call It treason,"i has beeni attribtuted to Jefferson Da.vIs. Thse AlbanU Ji'ening Journal says It may be found in a letter of Lord Cobhiam, writen during the reign of Henry IV,, of England, Somue of the Freedmen's Biureau officers, who have been drivitng handsome turnouts and fast horsed, are becoming very nervous about. the report of (leneralS8teadmtan! v i L E It A HP C. Fromt New York. Nrw YeHx, May 28.-The banic siatement shows a decrease in depositi of s, $8,500, 000. '1e interest of Messrs. Stofford Til. - lesion & Co. in the Havana steamsuilps, the Unizel steamers and the Savannah llmpire Line, has passted under the con trol of Messrs. Garrison & Allen,. oF this eiw. The Derby race was won by Lord LjyoiS, brother of St. Albans. TVwenty four starited. Provid(-nci (IRhode Islaml) . ndvices state I hat the sale of printed cloths du. ring the week was 345.000. Prices ad vanced 2 a 3c. Congressional. WAsuIoTox. May 23.-In the Sen ate nothing wts done. In1 the Hotise a resoluion was adopt. ed direcling the Secretary of the Trea sury to report the Pmount of gold sold siince the first of May, the rat.es, and the agentsomployed therefot. Mr. Williams submitted a preamblo and resolutions requesting information., from the President whether any employ ees of the Governmeat in the Southern States have offered public honors to dead or living Confederates. Nicholson objected to the resollttion, and it was laid over. Thad. Stevens introdced a bill de. claring that the States lately in rebelion have forfeited their rights under the Constitution, and cAn be reinstated in the same only through the action of Cong"r.ss, which provides that they may formi vilid governments, the pReseit otnes bving continued intil they shall i), duly altered, and their executives and legislatures reorganized.. Constitutions are to be formed and submitled to the peoph-, a majoriLty of whom is necessary . for iheir ratification. All male persons above t wea .yone years of age are to be allowed to vote. No constitution is to he prem)ted for congressional sanc tion wil;lcl denies civil rights to any person. The bill was committed to the Conimit'tee of the Wholo of the Stato of the Union. Stevens also offered a resolution doub. ing the pension of Federal soldiers of the civil war. Stillwell Offered a resolution directing the Committee to report a bill extending the provisions of tihe pension laws to provost and deputy marshals, enrollingof fivers killed or disabled. Declining to mo<dify so as to make the resol:tion one of itigtiiry. it was dropped-ayes 6.5, nays 56. Mr. Whaley offered a resoluTion di recting the Committen on Printiing to report a bill limiting theo hours of habor of the emp)loyees of the Government priiiting offices to eight hours per day, whicb was rejected. Mr. Lynch, from the Committee on Ban kin)g and Currency, reported. ,ad versely to0 a bill exempting the currency of St ate Banks outstatnding on the first of Jnly from the taxc of ten per cent. imposed by law, which was laid en the table. During the dabate en Saturday last Thad. Stevens referred to a reereant and apostate Senator, understood to mean Doolittle, of WVisconsit). A Getieral Court Martial Gen, ,Au gur presiding, convened to day, to. try ILieuttenant-Colonel 'Pauldtng for deposit. ing Governmen t funds in thieMerchan?s National Bank.* A Buffalo paper tells the followmg: Red Jacket, the renowned [adian ora tor end chief of the Sen'casm, formed a etrong attachment for . olotnel Snellitng during the war of 1811. Upon that officer being orduired to a dlistant station, Red Jacket went to pa.y h'imn.a fareweli visit, and, 'upon leaving him, addressed him as follow. : "Brother, I hear you are going to a place called Governor's Island. I hope you will be a Govern,. or youirself. I under-tand that you white people think children.s blessing. I hope tOtn may have a t houeand. a ad Above all things, I hoPes wh,#e eve'r you may go, you may never ind- whiat.