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LOLUME 1'- WINNSBORO,'S. C., THURBSDAY MORNING, SE1TEMER 14,1865.
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."T 7 HNIWS" Is pwbllshed on Tuesday,
Thuezaday and Saturday, and' will be sup
ple to sibsorlhorb at $1.00 per month,
invariably in advance.
Single copies ten cents.
Ordinary ad'vertisements, occupying not.
more than eight lines, (one square,) will be
Inserted in "'Ila Nxws," at $1.00 for the
Arst Insortion and seventy-Ave cents for each
Larger advertisements, when no contract
is made, will -be .oharged'in eXaot propor.
Contracls will he made in.accordauce with
the following seheduleoi
ooluina l Mo. 80., columun. U,1n0.'$100.
" 1 " 4 " 6 " 140.
'" 1 "o I. " 6i " 160.
s - 8 " 60.' " 1 year 175.
- " 8 s 75, " .1 -' 200.
6' 8. 100. " 1 " 800.
Only those who contract for one-fourth,
one-half, or a colutnu, for one, three, si or
twelve month, will redeive thp benelt of
. .thse terms.
,Por annoulag a eaudidate to any office
-of rent, honor or-tryst 1i'00..
. ef vi oae bituiy Notices, &e., will be
arged teine is A4yeitIseinents, and
must be paid f&t when handed in, ot they
*fii not appea. -
A OrnNC FOi SAMo.N.Br the An.
neidd letter froin the Beaufort (N. 0.)
doesp lident of the N. Y. Herald,
dated Sept. 2t1, it will ho seen that it is
likel a good ohance will soon be offered
Itr. Dn rkey to sek uaw Aeldsafor glory.
We hope such indeenonts w.4ill bo of'.
feredas to influence all discontented per
hons of the Afrian descent to leavd for
sati,'.A frica or soniewheie elo. "Let
"Yesterday the Haytiaht despatch
estamer Gefraid put intd 'this port for
coal, water, &c., andr as the lifte affair
nay be fraught wit'h events 'of yital inm
or to tite' country, I hasteh to give
you subih itetni as'I e60d gather.
"The Gef,'ad is tnnned by negroer,
with the exceptin of- .the captain P"nid
q$ief engineer, wit) ' Ar 'ruh. The
oapMnu mA bearer fasyihes-to Wisl
ipgtop asking, it ieiprauriioed, for ai to
gn'.1 the rbtellim 41 ITn ,y A. uIA
. glerious 9pportunity tq get rid of a large
aer of nigger troopa, and n'4u pt
- r. Johnson wonti ,refase sucit ac to
. ritrepublig As oe t arge
a gles-of vlored vAfrana'% hmamddt
Is tCe Iktoped tho' heatlensen Of oolor
64onging tq he : Gef'rrd, e.ii on
oh Gn d, *Vill pe polte' trei td
by New Yoier The ieelo r6cees
to Nw rk to be caloked, refitted,
- $AOit liJUQ9F-ilnit OrAE~m %O BE
stumlJ~.q.Ng;Yrk ~ itmer, I.
tngrd trom Eoglaft brings
repor'.go4 othOrity. that tie
to drive ~ 'fusitwi~
"lost half, Iii ci sT
retreating from Ma
troops dentinue to a
TgE PatsunasT's Vzsti... LThe
eig) 'N*ndard of the19thm 'has'thd
ad p4t rom ~'e4
* cknond e8t/ #4
e ~ '
th14chcster was cetpied. during
the war, by the Perteral and Confede
rate troops, seventy-8ix tines.
More Virginia delegations are in
Washington to get the $20,000 amnes
ty clause repealed.
General Woods has isstied an order
forbidding cotton in Alabama to be re
moved from the plantations or ware
houses for the present.
A Washington dispatch of the 25th
sqys that the friends of A. H. Stephens
are making strenuons efforts for his
A despatoli from Washington states
thlat the Postmaster-General hns ordered
the opening of the various post offices in
North and South Carolina.
General Gustis Lee has been appointed
Professor in the Virginia. Military In.
stitute to fill the chair formerly occupied
by General Jackson.
Thu public are cautioned, says the
Richmond TAies, 8th instant, against
the circulation of the long fifty-cent
notes, of the iew pattern.
ArroINTHENT.-Denj. C. Trdiman, of
the New York lWmes,' has been appoint
ed by President Johnson on a confiden.
tial mission througi the Southern
A pretty.accurate estimate of the do.
ralcations. of Edward It. Ketchium has
been arrived at, and it foots up the epor.
mous amount df four millions two hun.
dred thousand dollars.
The Abolitionists of Perry county,
Indians, recently held a meeting at Tell
City, in that counny, in wiucl they
passed -a resolition opposing negro auf.
frage, and declaring that negroes must
not come-to that county te stay.
There is good uthority for denaying
-the statemient that, General Lee is
engaged inwriting a history of the war.
1v hm had ianorous offersIfoin -pub
lishers oumbohil sidns. of the Ail1ani.it iW
do so, buithba declied all of them.
'lA Juiiijrilloa .Yotuat s : It has
bestn fp~lty a *stntiatni tant tle .
low who attenpted to steal Gajorge N.
SAiders was no othby than .tli man
that strpck Billy Patterson. What
outrage wvill.h be guilty of next?
A gentletnir writtiig from Abbe
vile, 8. 0..st tiat. gverhin g.ini
that sootion is ookigh
goods - constantly Arriving from the
Nort. - Cotton has - comnenced nov
ing, and money quite plntifuzl,
dov. Sfary, of Miissippi has
Issued a' proelriation calling onte
00ople to form two companies in
each county,-, .dse of cavtolry and the
other of. infantry, for the , purpose
rotting a 4Qp to murders and robber.
Autit 29 --The cotton
1rb b abnis an, Ontire tailure
IT ivijei~ the rust
4t - b ottet dounty iin
ete at.IefAi 'Stito will
t oo Ated a to the
64l - edd,
Sfesh,. an4d 4ke; dovg'sAr
Throo iaaroes of railroad iron have
reached ChaAleston within a few days, A
designed 'for the South Carolina Rail. A
road, the officers of which seem reso- 1
lute to make up for lost time, and are p
pushing upwards with 'steam impulse a
and race.horse fervor. . Ii
President Johnso: has declined to e
interfere with the action of the Southern a
Bishops. He says they may unite with t
the Northern Church or not, just as they tg
please. The pressure of the radicals was
strong ; but, in reply to their remon
strances, ho said the Constitution gave a
him no power to interfere ; it was silent
on the subject. .
A French editor has given the fol.
lowing amusing description of the effect
of an advertisement : Tile first time a
man sees an advertisement he takes.no
notice of it, the second time he looks t
at the name, the third time he looks at the
price, the fourth tine he roads it, the fifth
time he speaks of it to his ivife, the sixth t4
time he buy', tl
A large meeting of the oldest plant. 7
era of La Fou'rlie, L4., was recently e1
held, when they resolved to quit trying. P
to raise sugar. The report of their a
committee argues that cotton cannot be fi
raised. with - the present labor force in o
the Stato -and they recomnend'planters je
to turn their attention entirely to corn.
A LABAMA PARDoNs.-Gov.' Parson., V
of Alabsita, telegraphs to the Presi. is
dent : Please suspend all petitions for tl
pardon recommended by me prior to ,
this date."t It is not explained what ti
proipted the Governor to make this re. o
quest, but it is believed that the object rt
was to head off a batch of Alabamians 01
who arrived in Washington to urge ei
their own pvtitions for pardon.
Military rule in Missouri is said to be
disappeatig. Last week. all the mili.
tary telegraph offices in Southwest'Mis
souri south 'of Pilot Knob, including 1
Cape Girardeau, were closed, and the j
wires ordered down. All the prevost,
riarshals' offices in'North Missouri'lave
hewin closed, and t!:ere is a tharkod -o. a
laixatiotu of martial law in St. Louis.
The Dqmocrata of Minnesota held
their Convention. fbr the nomination of
State ofcera on Wednesday, the 16th
instant. Resolulions were tdopted sus
taining the reconstruction policy of tile
Prosident; iu favor of the maitcenance(
dfthe Monroe dootrine ; op.posing a pro P1
tectiv' tariff, and .denonueing. the gus. r4
pension of the writ of habeas corpua. -
A Louisiana paper declares that the
towiR of Natchitoches has flees that can
jump higher, quicker, bito harder, eilt'
dodge, run faster, thati any other fleas.
They are larger, fatter, slicker, hardr to
rope than ran ther feas. It takes too
freedmen an a white boy to tree one of
them, and .suggests, as a last resort, td
hae them hung, or shot with a Sharp's
4 patchl fretn Matanoras, by way
of New.'Orleans, sayA that the 'oniteur a
contains the lieuWs of several dCeat.of
the LIberala near San Louis and fplo. ,.
Sallkbrees ohly ottboth sides were eta.
gaged, nId the 'esults were unimpor. -
tan.. Mony exiled Confederates were -
In MeXico, and becoming natoralize4
-A~e a- --4 .. -.,"L-4 i
can, of the ltyinsatuit says, tha:4 ara
confliotan 1ril len between Governort
Shfgkey, the ilpilitary authoritisd #m
ry~4~ Seward, as to give reaqons to
~4%the Goverser intends sending it~
hieiuapIoa The military.dittep &
e ray~b dto obey a~ writ of~b~Aeoe
eovra fMhterhy ,e.~
h igo state se of
Se gtu ewart kp14iM
ParsIDE1.NT J1NSON'S OPINION
BOUT AFFAuaS AA tHEl SOUTL-A
Vashngton dispatch to the St. Louis
)emocrat says that, in Answer to the ap.
ointment of one of, his constituents'to
a internal rqvenue ofice in South Caro.
na, the President said'that he meant to
0 upon the theory that there wore
riough capable and loyal men, in that
ad every other of the late rebel States
fill the offices and reorganize and sus
Lin the State Government.
Hon. R. M. T. Hunter of -Virginia, is
political prisoner in. ]oit Pulaski.
ress than a month ago the body of
arah, a lovely daughter of sixfoen,
!s placed iu the family bukying ound..
en days since. , son of fifteeti, iusco,
Pas drowned while bathing, and sleeps
eside his sister. Mrs. Hunter is said
be almost distracted..
Tiie. WoRIv OF RESTORATIN.-In
lligonce from Texas is to the effect that
sero will be no trouble, whatever, in
:t State in the work of restoration.
he infonmation front the oth c South
rn States is alike favorable. The
rovisionad Governors- are represented.
i doing all in their power to cou
ti to the view of the President
the United States on that sub.
HoRSES CAPTuRED DUtiNG- TIlE
AR.-The Quartermaster General has
stied ani order, under instruction& front
es ecretary of War, to the effect that
her, a captured, horse is identified as
o property of a loyal citizen, the claim
such citizen to his property will be.
cognized. by returning the horse to him
by paying for it at the average Gov
nmient price of the district..
GREENVILLE C. H., S. C.,
.Aug ist' 16th, 1865.
Y permision of his .Exc .llency,
Governorto et-ry, the duties of this
[lice will be attended to at this place until
rthdi n4tico Comiunnid6atiois should be
Idreseed careo f Pr'W. DAvA.,
JAZ A. UL ACKj
.-, Comnpiroller Geneet.
AW Papers in the State copY twice.
sept 12 '05-2
.oPtetrabarg ro'a Works.
LL kinds-of Castings and -Wrought
Iron Work done at short notice,.and
ough castings, of all patterns, I.on frbW,
lhuiga, taw and Otist Millb. Ordoers jilled
T. ALeHONSO JAUKSON,
sep4. 7'O5-6I7 .. 'buperistendqnt.
. AT LBVENTJ!TT'S BILDINiG.
R U 0 8, AND
Calicoes., G0nghams; Ifomespung, Ha a1
se~edets, 'osiery, Gloves, Combs a
'., Ih variety of fanoy' oetici
!e~4by -" * - ADD DUOS.
rBUON, CORN 4A
Dy the Pro isional Govera~or of opt
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT S. C,,
- SPTMMDE 4,1806.
W IEREAS, a soming conflic.of
jurisdiction having arisen betwen
the civil and nilitary authorities of South
Carolina, under that Provisional overn.
ment otthe State; and whereas, Major Gen
eral Gillmore, commanding the Department
of South Carolina. having sought an inter.
view wih mo, as Provisbnal Governor, ia
the prosence of Major General Meade, coin
nianding the Atlantic States; and whereas
all matters giving rise to the seemig con:
filet .were adjusted and arranged with the
consent and approval of' Major General
Now. therefore, 1, IENJAMIN FRAMP.
TON PERRY, Provisional Governor of the
State of South Carolina, do proclaim' and
make known, that the termsof ths arrango
ment are as follows ; 'That m all eases
where freedmen or persons of color are con
earned, the Courts of the Provost Marshals
shall have exclusive cognisance to try and
auit.. them, for the pres nt and that all
other cases shall be heard and adjudicated
by the olvil courts, municlpal authorities and
civil oMiqers, under and according' to the
laws of South Carolina. That the'civil
coarts shall.be opened under the Provision.
al tGovernanent, and all civil and municipal
O0lcers be allowed to resume thqir official
dutles and'disolbaige them freely -without
interription on the part of the military au
thorities. That 'it is further 'unlerstood
General Gillmore will issue a military order
and Governor Perry, will in liko manner, is.
sue his proclamation, making known this
arrangement, which is to continue till 'civil
authority is entirely restored in this Stato
and the Government reconstructed."
And I do hereby ea'll utou all persons
aud'order them to. strictly obey and erry
out the terms of this arra4igetment.
Done in the city of Columbia, the day and
year above stated.- B. F. PERRY.
By order of the Proyisiqnel Governor.
-V. 11. Pfta#T, -Private Secretary.
S" The newaspors' of the Stale will
give thre insertions. , sept 7'0--8
Co1u118 110 M ows 11.
A LJ Lkins of Morthandise, County
Proluco, &o., &c., reooived and so
on o1n ssioWat LADD BROS..
sept; 465 5'o
TE C h 1 sTXANv, lDm x.
Y the First. of Uibbear i'.ae sool as
B the mails are re-.etablished. I will ri.
new thepubiclon of the "CHIIISTIAN
IND.(X" an4 tim 90Hli,D 0,INDI1" l'have
Pipjic of, .-$Itd e"pranui f
Pri6 of "O0li! lte" *- '
oney wiay be e 1W "at on", as 112y .
termination I is 99. ddire W o e.
Daise .ig largq qubqriptiou list ,w.lth whiqih to
begin, sa(l I hie this prospectiis that sul
('ibers mAy hare 1n6. to.for'*ard their re
it is in -Itentilon t6 issue first cla.a pa
pe pains or expense will be spared
end. .The .e-bot writers and
will be soeured, ad. the
us aad litqrdy 'talent *ill be
e papers.' T he CBILD'S PA
profusely illqsfrted and will,
he adt-0 fortit to
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