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1.J 'i, wu... WiiNSB~, S..,9 SATU AY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1865. ER
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pUid to subseriboere at si.0* pe*.Irmoh~t(
inu~rlab. In advatido.,:.'''''1
single copies ton, cents.
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utov than oight6Uuek, (one square,), *11 be
Ihotd a41wt~ WIws, fit 400) ro the
p pu i hocontract
Is, mec, will be charged. i exact propor..
-Con( .racts w~ll beo wide i ac" diui with
-the following sheqiWe:'
pm1m'' 0. j qlutil*6 Mo.$00
di ~ ~ 1 4' ". 4 i- 140.
401, 0. Is P6 ". 160..
it,' ' 60.. 44 1 year,176.
100. * 20
_9,k4Y fiaqsqavho, contret% joy one-fourth,
,q0e4a14r or 0 . I m, ,o _ona, hroe six, or
iti "mOdthh, reeoW4 the benefit of
a not iigi candid~te -to any officeo
sid as nit syrtissitionts, a 1
mW j,4 ov when handed'in, or they
M1Pta.~e1~tiv Q Ab 'indOU4d
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* VARi D6;jATM1zCNT,
WWto~i, b?. (1., .i&pt * 1865.
a~d~thl oll. 18 f 4ly 28; 18j
sv~aded~o~hepur iod abi.
*, ooniaation' oi sal6 or. othewSo;
which nowr or maybeafter, come u'nder
thb control of this JDureaki by _virttue of
4ie .ct of Oopgrese itpprQV~d -M 4tW$go
1066, establishng abd by:- ordeit -of the.
Fiesidentj to *it; ~iia rq~.
Abandoned Wiude, . reltrred .te: fipahela*.
Ind te~'latiols' govetolugj thfr hr'hjeAiu
AVV4emyltd, coording to t61Atv f
Ata'got- -of. Oongr~ae, a-pprova&o4 29:4.y
eVqod;41 1'I~ regarded'. asitbAn.
4~8.W11tet "th', Amwfur, 6 wnurli'f
VO W '0ithar'it ertnw or the wf
&0~ wP&Oprty\#1l .4ot be t
party'within the severf Nat'! , viz:
VIrginia, North Carolin 6ath Caro.
lia, Georia, 1Tlorlds, .A batna, Miii
sissippi, Terinessee, Kentuoky, Missouri,
Marylandi Arkansae Ijouisisia and
Texas to wlifhi Khe Upited State .has
actired or shall acqidre title by confis.
"0tin or sale :or-ther . abandoned real
property in those-tate provided said
property,whetlher confiscatedoi abandon.
ed rota.aining unsold or 6therwise disposed
of shiall have been properly transferred
to'the butein upon - requisitioh, of the
ComMiMOsjbder:ot Assistant Cothinisiori
e4 sh1allbe coitsidered as underthe con.
trol of the Coniiissidner of: Refugees,
Frdednien afid Abundoned'Lands, for.
the purpose hereinbefore- se forth and
for the tine authorized by the act es
tablishidg the bu'reagu; and no part or
parcel of said confiscated or abandoned
proierLy shall be eArirqudered or restored
o the forint owert or other claimants,
except such 'surrender or restotation
be siuthorized by. said. Comnission.
lfth-Assistant commissioners. -will
as rapidly as possible causo ace1trate
desc-iptions of all confiscated and abai.
doned real property, that is now or tmay
hereafter come under their control, to be
made, a-nd, besides keeping a, record
of such theniselves, will forward- month.
ly to the Commissioner or the Bureau
copies of -suh descriptionsi- in the' man
nor prescibed by . circular No. 10" of
J'uly -11,,1865, from this bureau:-They
will, with as- little dolay- as posbible, se
leot'and'iot apart, sugh confisoated and
abandoned lands and property as 'may
be deemed necessary flr the imndiate
use of refugees and freedmeni the speitte
divji6rof- 'hich intslots and the 'ren.
tal dr sale thereof, according-to the'law
establishing iho' burean,- will be'cd"M.
plettd as soon as practicable and repoit..
ea to thei Commissioner.' In the solec
tionide Setting apart of such lands and
propertv carewill be used to take that
about which thero is the least doubt
that this bureau should have oustody
. IxTh henever a111 land, or other
real property that s9Ia14 come'iptot66:
possesnion of this buradu as "abadoe'
does not fall under the deinition of' baa
Oonod," as'set forth in section Tof the
aof Congress app-oved July 2, 1841
Iiefebefor moitioned, it will b4 fornially
bitrendered by' the Assistant C6nmi
Mionersof thlobur'au forthe ftetkithin
which such real estate situated, 'port
its appiaring.bt the c iadidd
ab4dou thi grgy In "tWe
0.AI1P i 4 sai agegon aoP
Oremer tida li a r
s',e 1041 for''i
ors 4 ot
9' bq r hi.
Dip, 'at his own residenc, on'the
'night f'Wedneiday, 6th instant, 'AR.
THUR BONEY, aged 26 years, after
an illness ofoight qays.
Thus has- death suddenly cut down,
irk the prime Qf his menhood, one who
but yesterday was busy with the cares
and.toils of this life!( Honorably dis
chargedfrom ield duty in the Confedo
rate artry on account of wounds, the
faitlful and. gallant soldier, (we bore
him Aint and bleeding fromi the Aield,)
camenihome to die in the first few
months of peace I
Three months ago he was married,
and nine days before his death, remov
ed to a comfortable home, where he e
'pected to spend a long life. But death
entered that home the very next week
to disappoint his expectations and leave
his.biide a widow.
In hislast hours he 4eplored his'own
neglect of the nedlful preparation for
death,, and ''olemnly wo ned his friends
from'ituitating his exal ple. As well
as the destraction of pl n weuld allow,
he endeavored to a k after peace
through the mercy of God-to that
graciQus God we leave h n. i. And may
it be ours to take the A, ning,-"IBe ye
also read, for at such-a tqme as ye think
1ot, the Bon of man com."
* Sopt' 6'65 *.&Tcuenna.'
atle JOLIA, yotgest child of
Taos. J. and VIRGoi C. GinsoN,
died 'in Columbia, S. ., August 2,
1865,'aged 'one yeari, '! e months and
She was an irtere and lovely
little 'girl:--the joy pet of the
-household, and the objec, round which
was entwined ,the fon' affection of
the. loving parents.- Te rude blasts of
earth were td wild and boisterous for
tl tender flo*eret, and tra splAIied to,'
prer, milder clime, it nw 'blooms in
im'mortal, beapty, and eihales its fra
gOtnoin the "Eden Above."
AN ROIND AlVCE,
to *ArOM stirt.-Us Woa 69TI YAM -180.
a. e'it orEakse4 by the Intendant ad
"Wardess4:the lbuon CoacU ef inn...
bqr' * aLed~Tat.'a tx ;for the ,some
a.0ip,'U'V rpe be nstted, shall, be raisoi
. ;3A Maraall,'for.th iPn
tlj K ,al year ending 1us'A rij.
)W Tbki to say:
.. Tke sum of Fftee.e, per hdn.
4dol';spusqsed value of every houbse,
bu rtsa laded estate'within the 0or
a lof said' town, (the be' 't'
0 n hp d obrhes oil;
a i b ot Thres DoUaI ''
m e 0itsiq of aid townU.
, 6dW of Thre. Dokat
fp eety f$4edaa etw
%fdanifty, residin I
S .111lnerof business e o*
Io its of said. town.
T~e sumi asAesned i fore-.
tisbb shall be considered og
r ie first Mondsy in oto ,i
f all t son, negleoting o tfA
*to town Mars4at WT
shedl) doubly .texed ;.
a or bikre the 15th day of
as uotpr shall b
upo'n~fy~r 4Wvtytat zs: A
onimamenanaans m p.
M RS. A. D. -HILJAAD, ~oohtemplating
(. leave this 'country soon, offers her
splendid? (Ytavo Rosewood pfano for sale.
Her frienis are thetfore,'(if they want suoh
an instru'nenj,) tpeoially, invited to, call and
examine for themselves.
8. P. HILLIARD.
Mount Zi6n-Stgeet, Winnsborol.8. U.
sept 16 '66-8
TAkE pldasu'e in 'announelng to my
friends In Fairfield; that I have just
received a complete 6asortment of
for Men's wear, consisting of
CAS8IMBRES, (plain ad fancy,)
In fhet all classes of goods usuilly found in
a first olass
All of which will be made to order in the
best style, air cheap as the same elaasof
goods can be bought anywhere.
I have also
B L A - I 0 LTU0.T- 8S
suitable for makin Ladies' Cloaks, which,
will be so0d or made to order.
S' Orders for goods will be filled and
sent by Express.
CUTTING AND REPAIRING,
in all its brancheis, neatly and durably exe
auted. . J. S. PIIILLIPS,
sept 16 '865-1ml4 Charlotte, N. C.
T HE ubsor"''"' h'aing this day entered
into copartnership, under the firm of
RICHARD O'NEALE & SON,
For the pnpos' of transacting a
SENE RAl C51M881ON - BUSNESS,
in the ptrchase aand sale of
and other Inuds of
would respetfooy, Inform.their f biet and
the publeth, b are nor Pro34red to
resd$it f*U1 ormerly carredoh by
ifie" enig pkr - O1 eisp Br.) -Any
orderp entrus4 to e their
Thl. are also" prepared to receive iid
store Cton conged to them.
-t, O'NHALE, r.
. O'NIEALE, T.
Columbia. On 0..~11, 1866.
. Ch~ts addard and otie
;Xnq* W 11 P~kblb $our tinubs ago s A W
x &t 0~ ON D. -1 A. .'
August 11th, '1865.
BY permsiofn ofa hi Excellency,
Governor' Pory, tho- datles of this
0010e will be attened .4at qiip place until
further notice. Communestios should be
addressed to care of Major W. AVAL.
C pro)di. eneral.
W Papers In the State copy fteie.
sopt 12 '05-2
Peteksbukg Iron W4Wks.
A hL indo of da6tnge and 'ugt
AL lron Work done at short 'd e, and
Plough'eastings, of all patterns, Irdn frontw
rallings, Saw aud,Grist.Mills. Orders A11e
and promptl shipped.
DRUGS. TWEDICINES. &4,"
AT EVENTRITT'S BUILDING.
DR UG09S AND'
Calicoes, Ginghams, Homespuns, Hals,
Suspenders, Hoslery,' Gloves, ,bomba and
Brushes, with a variety of fancy artioles,
recoved ly ILADD BRO8..
IEDICINAL WR11%,K .
JUST- received, BOURBON, CORN and
RYE WHISKEY, 4t
sept 6'65-o Drug Store.
"To Meet my .?riendza no MoTe I"
toexeotit ;ork aushp intle best at o
and with diipatch, on oloolk, Wiaohes are
jewelry of cvery desiption.
Wotlk warratd ive ntit satisfao
tdon and done bheap. dept'4'65-1n14
HE~ Iis 1IA1II~w
epen a ~oe~l~ at
*in~tC4~1Usib~a,$. U4 a,
to #s~ee, WOOfk
* i l d the