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THE FRBNCH XPOSITION.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22.-It appears
im the official correspondence that
esident Johnson takes great interest
the coining Paris Universal Exposi.
n for 1867, and this fact was cemmu.
ted to the French Counsellor of
to and a special Commissioner.
nister Bigelow was instructed by
retary Seward to ask for an exten.
n of the time within which the Com.
ssioner' of the United States will be
nired to.present his plan, to the 21st
January. To this the Imperial Com.
sioner assented, and in a note to
nister Bigelow, the Counsellor of
to says : "I am glad to renew to
u the assurance of the very lively in.
est which I attach personally to see.
, at least for tho first time, your great
tion represented at a Universal Ex.
ition. I add, that I am in this oply
interpreter of the desire of the Empe.
and of the Imperial Commission."
The conduct of the British Govern.
nt, in insurresiding the Shnandoah
the United States, is not regarded in
y quarter as deserving of especial com.
ndation, unless the act be accompa.
d by compensatiori 'commensurate
th the damages heretofore committed
Ameican shipping by the English
ognized cruisers. . .
E'PRKSIDENT AND THE BADICAS
TEMPER OF TUE CONGRESS-THE
VIVWS OF MR. COLFAX--T H ADMIS
ION OF SOUTHERN CONGRh,8MN-TKE
RESIDENT FIRM IN His PowaCT, ETC.
WASHINoTON, Nov. .22.-It is now
ly settled that Mr. Colfax's demon.
Lion here was distateful to the Presi.
L There is an evident combination
force the Executive into radical po)i.
and to that -end it is stated by one of
leading wire pullers that all mem..
of Congrees elect have been interro
d,, nd that they generally . respond
avorabty.to' the President's views.
,n iteresting feature of the political
ation is that of members of Congress
t who may be willing to take the
h. Mr. Forney some time since
ed that such should be admitted.
President has stated as much. but
er the Colfax programme they.can.
be until their State have made laws
csistence with the Declaration of in.
endence, and the people have endors.
the action of their recent State con
tions. But under the laws of the Uni
States, States are districted for the
i'ce of Congressmen, who are aecred.
as from certain established districts.
hen persons ate elected by the peo.
of such' districts hor can they be
pt from their seats in the House.
I hear from several quarters to.day
at the President is very firm an his
slicy of a prompt restoration of the
Thadeus Stephens is here at the Na
anal. 'Yours, etc.,
IR. COLVAZ XON THE GROUND--Blo Nova
-MN*5' FOR TH E 5PEAIRERiP--GUNS.
BAY, BANIS AR A CANDWDATE---ZDIAN
BUREAU CONTRACTS-NORtH CAROe
LINA GovKRNoRSHiP--ouS@ ELaC.
TIoN CoMhIITTEK, ETC.
WASHINGTOIN, Nov. 28g.-4t lhatsig
t Mr. ColfaE s'~ibe en ta rupd
re until Congid Ie .will
us have great advantagad0 4mnipela
g members is they coni5 hi 4ed,
his interest, as candidate foe pels,
das champion of senvate ade
inat the South. The, Sosten Abeg
it that General Banlrs, thelIfAhl
nt man," -'will 44 a candr4g~ for
aker, and the Ohiosgo 2%sa eills
n Mr. Raymsond tlrui on the jpyes
teu position advocated by fain and
ried in the republ~i Stato e n~f
of New York. ,
TheaWs pm ,
ASMrxeoW, NovaB .ftlty
believed hot h,~ *
nesso ea tre
th, the eredei~
will be kesi.b
VGov. Holden has roceivpd.tho folfew.
Iag-telegram from-the President, whicl
is laid before' tlhe public Ar informaj
WAIseWxOTON Nov. 27tli, 1865.
.W. W. HOLDEN, Provisional
Accept my thanks for the noble and
efficient manner in which you have die.
chargod your duty as Provisional' Gov.
ernor. You will be sustained by the
The results of the recent elections in
North Carolina have greatly damaged
the prospects of the State, in the resto
ration of its Governmental relation
Should the action and the spirit of the
Legislature be in the same direction, it
will greatly increase the mischief already
done and might be fatal.
It is hoped the action and spirit mani
fested by the Legislature will be so di
rected, as rather to repair than increase
the difficuties under which the State hae
already placed itself..
President of the United States.
JACKSON MISSaSSIPPI, Novemher 23
-A bill has passed. the House of Dele
gates allowing freedmen to testify whie:
parties to the record.
Gen. Humphreys has telegraphed t<
the President relative to the withdrawa
of colored troops.' He replied that i
will be done when' ordet is maiitaine<
without them. Thre..is no dispositioi
on the part of,. te...0overnment to dic
tate, btxt simply to advise a benefcia
Governor Humphrejs' message to'tho
Legislature recommends thai The negr
teqtimony be admitted in the o4urte, an(
the passage of laws to encoura- freed
men to supp6rt: their fa'milie Asd .eda
cate their children. He thitk, ithat tfi
pasge of $hese measures will securethi
withdrawal of troops.- .
NAsIUVILLx, -November 16. - Th
Senate, to.'day, paed' SeiBator Trin
b resolutions, doman
ing the blood,of Davis - 4knd ojlter proW
net rebel leaders by a vote 'f 16 to'
ThQse voting in the neptve wer
Bowen, Frazer, of Kndivilie" and Lass
Naw Yoax, Nov. 27.--Cokton gie
at 52 a 53, and navol stores dull. Gol
147J. ~ --
Cemmission .ersAnts and Grer
WbIelale itad Retail,
No. 2,'Hotel Range, Winnaboio', 6. A
I .. RWVXR8. have this: day sntere
into eo-puaereip for the transaetion eo
eeapeve hissuinees. They are now reosli
.ig Oods -and'will be prepared in a ehpz
time to offer to the pubjli a ekolee assori
prvdbfr Mouda. Doestber '7t
wilb odtopery spenees. Apply at shi
Param BACON sWps.
103 SLE IT
JAMES D. MILN4
a sitse Ule. ~ '
ala 6W efaea
suVI' ~ jt~~(
lifV A. . .TAoY,- A. M.,
Prinepal, assisted b -'t.
gomplished instruors In athe
de arineuts. The. rst sessioni
*W- oo!ence ..a'uiry 4th,
1866. pates of, tuitien will be published in
due time. The Institution will be conduo.
ted on the plaO of ont beat Female Colleges.
The hardoelasses,, the sAtne studies,' etc.
Those who complete the oouse, will receive
Instruticas will be given in Vocal and
Instrumental Musio, Latin, Greek, French,
Particular at ention will be given .to the
ChIldren in the Primary Department.
Persons desiring information in regard to
board, will comniuncate withthe Principal.
IN ursuance to authority' given me by
Court of Ordipaey, I will sell on the
22st'of December neltt; at the
DUTCH MAN'S CREEK PLANTATION
of John Harrison, senior, deceased, a lot of
Also a lot' of
R1USEHOLD and IITCHEN FURNITURE,
At the same time, will be* rented several
TRACICS OF LAND.
All the foregoing belonging to the estate
of John Harrison, senior. deceased.
JOHN R. HARRISON, Admr.
(At ARet. J. ?N. ELLIOTTM6,i
AS just received a lot of the most
AND LATEST STYBES
* hats snd
. . .- Caps,
trimmed and untrimmed. Also a lot, of the
finest and latest styles of
. RIBBONS AND FLOWERS,
and everything in the Milinary Line
rpHEnlace knon as LAQRANOE, neai
.-.. Galdden's Grove, one of the tiek
Cottedfand Corn Plantations in the Distriot
On ',tit place je a comfortablq dllin
house and all necessary out btslings
The trat eontals 1260 acrds,a large por
tion of 'hioh is underq -blih'state 'of cul
tivAtion. A lot of CORN, FODDUtt an
.PEAI wHl.be-disted', of a the Isame timt
Apply to Zeb, Mobbly, Youigsvilld, o+ to
Col.:JA. H.- RION,
. .Wingboro', S. C.
* 3l-Columbia- - stuz copyr twice ai
senc bill to thjs o11e.
- a v 28'86.tt.
Sale of Valuable Property.
- Edward WPalmer, in Eqluity
. Adn'r of
Franklin Gaillard, doo'd, Fairfeld,
Iichard S. Des rtes, Billtoforeilosi
Augustus Desportes, dee'd, Mortgages.
*- and others. .
B virtue of the decretal srder made Ii
tils ase by" the Court of Equity, I
will ofer for sale at
to the highest bidder, at the
COURT ROUiR. 1l' WINNSBORO',
FIRST 11ND IN 1196101 NBIT
mentionea 6nd desiribed in the pleadingu il
Sthis case, and mnortggd by the late Augue
*tds Veotea, de'd, -to the late Frankl
GaillId doo'd ~.th wit the
wilth all the typea, f'xure,. .c., belonging
a thept, isoawhich 'the eF d~la Herak
?i Re p /r~ were lately pu l~hed ; and
I' upou~whichfie""Winnsboro' 'u. is nos
m. publiahed. . ...
- ihtebuildings thereon situated,i.th
Town of Winnsbote, and knelen its the pat
of laid To~a as lot No:49 and contalr ing
w~t~ Idifg.thereeas aittete4 ~a t9
) nda ieIos
liOTEL 'OR IU NT.
WILL. r6t to She highest bid .
WINEBDAi, 19TI Of 1O@VENEE,186,1
for the next t1eyears,
TaiE WELL INOWN n1fEL,
SIket. A- W-.1 tai. and kaowu
as the - ,
This Hotel Is situated ta the most bust.,
ness portion of the town of Chrlotte, N. C.,
one of the'moit flourishing towns in ther
Soolb, and contains 88 goom, 8 basement
rooms, 2 cellars with Dairy, Kitchen, &c.
Also, good Stes, Granaties, &c.
The termas wilt be made known on the day
of sale, or soonet upon appfication.
On the same day, I will sell to the highest
bidder, on a credit of six months, with bond
All the FurnitUre of the Hotel.',
With an Omnibus, almost new and
Horses belonging to it, thereby giving the
party renting an .opportonity to buy the
A Wagon and Team1
Carriage, 0uggy, Mitch Cows, Hogs, &o.
I will all also rent, at she same tiLe and
place, for on$ year'
A Dwelling House,
Situated it the town of Charlotte, with 8
rooms and attio, and ten ares of ground in
high state of cultivation 6ttached.
Aft persons indebted to' the Esf ate of Jen
"I'lgs B EKerr deceased, are tequested to
make payment; and those having claims
are requested to piesent them for payment,
or this notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery. F. S. DrWOI4FE,
Administrator of J. Z. Kerr, deo'd,
The American Land Company'
A N D A G E 1 'C Y ,
Central Gfflee, No. 67 Broadway, N. I.
JOHN A. ANDAEW, President)
L. W. WINCHESTER, Treis'r,. Trustees,
GEORGE CABOT WARD,
ALFRED GAUTHIJR, J
O FFERS its services #6 the purchase,
sale, lease or exohalEge of Cty or'
Cauntry 'Property in the South and West,
or in procuring Workmen, Superintendents,
Tenets or Partneri from the North or fronv
Europe. Full. information furnished upon
THURBER, SOULE & CO,, Agen-t,
No. 4 Stale street, (up Stairs.)
ot 31-1mo Charlestor, 8 C.
A YERI'S Sarsaparilla and Cherry Pectos
Mustang Liniment, Alcoeks Strengthening
McLalne's Vermifuge, N. R. Reliet;
Opodeldock, Seidlits Powders;
Ce hallo Pills, Coxe's Sparkling 6elatine;
Oils of Sassafras, Cubebs, Ouigana'a,
sweet Almonds, Bergamot, Lemmon anT
rown's Essence Jamaica GOl er
Christadarbra's and Olam's %ai Dyes 0
Best Cod Liver Oil ;
. with other things. ADD BM89
-.sept 28'6-c Drug Store.
Tiff -LATEST I
-WE h qoned a seoond large supw
- M EDICINE S
of a kinds;
. ALSO,,. -
e . .a superior asaortmonteof
. . TOILET SOAP,
POWDERS .AND PIRFUME.IY ;
. the very best quality of
PORT, MADEtRA AND SHERRY WIND,
Drate's Celebrated Plmntatior' Ittr
' oct 21'6-o LADD 11ROS.
IWOUNT ZION JNSTaTL.T
IqNS8 D0Re0'',. 8. 0.
e!~5xeriees of this- Sobh
~' he sd'ti
4~im . n tuillon
w W k: h e prios
,a ~ it* oi4.ddtdined us
is p~pswthrgb ,,
a esessin, by
,' 0 su1ieribet otW fo t.ale. on fis
i place near BnokeAd, four Mules, *o
ariaea ta ' D ble Bug
Ap p y o.r. A.'R for terms,
&c. R. STA MEANS.
AIL persons~having demandb against tAe
SEstte of John Harison, Sr., deocae.
ed, will render them in properly .atleated
.JOHN R. HARRISON,
bov 21'65-8w9 Administrator.
PIONEER LINE OF STElIElt8.
Baltimore. Phlladelphia, New
York ased Boston, via Albe
1marle and Chesepeake
THE COMODIOUS STEAMERS
P1ON41E and CO.MiODORE ADA8,
W ILL leave New Berne for for Norfolk
on TUESBAr of each week at 8
o'clock, A. M., connecting with the different
lines of steamers for the above named
points.. On and after the firut day of De
cember next they will leave on Tuesday and
Friday of each week, making semi-weekly
trips, Shippers of Goods will receive every
facility and aecotnmodation for tlte ttans.
portation of the same, as arrangements
hate bead madewith the different c6mpan
panies to forward goods to this line at low
rates and without delay. Each of these
steamers are optabte of carrying
FIFTY TONR OF FREIGH1
through the canal without difficulty, as
they were built expressly for the trade
They are fitted up with' STATE ROOME
and BETHS capable of accommodating
thirty-five passengers. Every attention
will be paid to the comfort of passengers
who will not be subject to the inconvenience
of transfer to other vessels, but will be ta
ken through direct without change.
The tables of the steamers are liberaill
supplied' with the best the market affords
Fanilies traveling will An4 it to their in
teest, to take this line, as Ibey will thereb
escape the danger and discomfort of a ma
route. and the fatigue of railroad travel. '
r 00 Me 15th ot December next, if th
business of the line warrants it, the steam
er WIILIAMS will be put on the route, an
tri-*eekly trips will be made.
For freight or passage apply to WHI'
PO1D, DILL & CO., New Berne, N. C.
,DAVID WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
.fosN RAImo & CO..
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
ROCERIES, Provisions. Flour, For
eign and Domestic Liquors and Ci
I gars. Crockery, Hollow-Ware and Glues
2000Saeks Liverool Salt to arrive.
. . -140o.88 itel-8:rect,
nov 0'66-m Charleston, 8. 0.
G4.Wepment . -Property.
in their possession, wjill at once give Motis
thereof and surrender the-same to
8,' CORDES *OYLSTON,
at the pourt Ileuse buildin,
This ondlise dibrpils.
00T7TON, HOPR8E8, MULES,
-Wagons and all ether
DES0RIPTION' 01 PROPERTY
opaed by thh late a0.e0fle4
in use by
OP pop~iy r~ti~dfor which. rooeip