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WSIuKGTON, Jan. -11.
J Nf aryand,eade a
sepeech on the resolution offered by Mr.
ore, ysAterdviy, providing for the ap.
poiptment'of Pr6visional Governor, for
the Smuthern States. . He irgued that
Congress had no right to make war on
flie.States. It could suppress. insurrec.
kf there was no power to hold the
So'atkerin States as a conquered terri.
'he Speaker laid before the House
the credentials of Messrs. Farrow and
Kennedy. Representutives elect from
South Carolina. Referred to the .Com.
Mr. Rogers, of New Jersey, opposed
the negro suftrage bill, contending that
this was exclusively the white man's
government, and was so intended bhy
the frameri of the Constitution. He
charactenzed as abhorrent the recent
attempt -to aegrade the citizens.of th'e
District of Columbia by conferring on
the negro the right of suffrage. He
also maintained that this is a Federal
not a National Government.
Mr. Farnstwedb, of Illinois, main.
tained the contrary detrine, insisting on
the political equality, of man. He de.
clared he would rathet -sit in the. Housie
of Representetives with Fred Douglas
thari with Fernando Wood.
Pending the onsidersoon of the bill
the Rottee djourned.
F4nerals Marthaduke,. Preston
Ond Walk.r, Tezas~g are in 'London,
4A js Ilse Mr. Judah P. Benjamin.
Richnong correrpondent of the Pe.
tersburg rNxpe# of the 12th instant,
Gen; & E. Lee Arrived in the city it
4 o'clock last evening, by the Central
-cars, tnd went to the private House of
.4 friend.- He is said to be in good
health, and looking remarkably well
His business is. no doubt to confer with
ithe Educaeainal Committee of the 40e
DECnlRIPTONCO NGa .-Bennett
has no respect for the present Cougress.
W'he New YorM fferafd says
@ntijsarg mnen, they come from their
,country vUges to the seat of govern.
ment with i the pasaions, prejudices
and-narrow views of local politicans.
-They rd full of the "idea and feelings
of war ifter it' is.9ver and fast becoming
a moirof history. Events, with migh
tf,5i4es.. ruih on. Jike railroad cars,
an ie :them gazisg in.wonderment
be)Wi ., They are; bewildered, and
founder abut in unest'ainty, first one
way and then another, .not knowing
rightly 'here they ao., It is a pity they
canpot be sent back to their constituen
4bes to fnd oat the change that has takeit
place. A veer or so, however, is not
long in tihe Ue of a unat, nid the time
will soon come round whenl they wil).be
taught an impressive. lewon. In" the
:neau time we do not-despair of the pro.
grossof thetu imty r President .1ohu.
son hithe,~ % gdo, i,y el A firmness
.O.nrr ut/ safely (6.j $ ;1s
T'a LADos QwomstoNSobTED IN
.* KANgLe--The targe A rkanasa pan
sters-alut~ the Mtusisippi Rivaer have at
length:Sved the labor problem as far:
a. tey aieonderede Here ii the way.
it wasEene, se nad*ated in.a letter fronm
ube a good smatqsq4.ut. Terp tri.'
-. -din. 1lte renue ua r trolic and
ihun:D 'e tI a6kp. y afternoon,
goe'metIIuhis e neyg4
.demoralised,4d gesek n
day - gt, Two or AreW ls4
to *9*rt'sji w~.he
.cass snany renmedies have beens
pro .and at lastOoL.Diaongs latte
s p olei'-e te
the G hs
his stime to die dlt rin ol i
turn him off and introduce , q
at once. The day of to" por
passd. The grakt idea~d~
ought to beinculcated ingey
head 'is, that he must eihe
H AVE rceivei n'
Stock of oodp. to wilo M in1itn
the attention of fornebr.patgdnbq oie old
firm and of the 1ubil.ew ?, T ey
hae on hand- and are. V neral
Dry Goods, Clot 4, School
Booke, Medindo f umery,
. Cook)n .8toV; roerep,
41wre, Daggin and
Rope. Brooms and
And all othir articles usedy ept incoun
t-y stores. -
Jan 83-06, -
CORNi Peis, Dry HI de, end'a aI Country
Produce, for goqdtt oreai.
KETC~fiN alpMASTEIC& Co.
Jan 16'69--tf No. 1, Hostel Range.
orghum Syrip I!
DA.ELS excellent Sorghum Syrup,'
KETCHId, McMASTER & CO.
jam 16'6-tf No 1. Hotel Range.
School Books I
1119ACHERS are notified that we arc able
tofurnish them with books and sta.
tionery at low prices. Any 'articles not on
hand will be obtained by Express at short
notice. KETCHIN, BItMASTER & CO,
Jan 1'066-tf No., Hotel Range.
Pliosphate of Lime.
BY putting on two hundred pounds
per aore it will increase the quantity
of Cotton three -hundred poundb or more.
This Fertilizer contains all the properties of
barn-yard manure. and improves the land.
Send your orders immediately in order to
have them in tims for planting.
Send for a Circular. Sold at Factory pri
ces, by the addition of the freight.
II. "W., KIN-SM 4 N,
No. 279, King.Street, &le Agent.
GE0. ,W. WALTER& SON.
. AND '
ILLestabliNh themselves at Columbia,
S. 0., on the completion of the
South. Carolinat Railrqad to that point,
where they will e happy to serve their'old
friends and patrdns. Thankful fos past fa
vors they will endeavor by prompt attention
to merit, t .ontinuance.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to their friends In-Charleston, Now York and
Dissolution of Cop trtnoriship.
T HEcopartner8hip heretofore exist.
THIn!g,under the, style of Ketchin &
.MeMaaster. is this day dissolved' by nmtusl
consent. The name of the Orm may be
used by either party in settleiantint.
Jan 13'0 6-tf
The under'ign--d iave tinp- 4y ont rc
*Ihlo a f'ovmk~,r&-i tv, tah-- tron iien n
'W4teh9 a ~ i)
Vat. de aa: -w al6~
1 UNDElsIG ;I iAV E6 'T IT
1)AY e rer. at I i 0 Cpi rt tership,
e purchase and sale of general mer.
a is* under the name of Thompson,
i ail & Co., and will conduct their busi.
.in the Store lately ' oceupied by Dr.
Iken, on the corier t h or t)he Court
o it T'Cll'O(
.3. IN. S~l
C. W. FAU'ETT.
.ia uar 1 18 fl. .i to 1'.---law n)av
Thompson, Wu ihers &
I :l w 'e' ..,. the .nt... ,. i vi.,,,,
to''t,rSiovk 1t -1 N RIlA1 %1EI.
HANDIZE, carefully soli-cted to suit the
ants of the country and, town trade. All
f which will be soilat ihe lowest. market
vices. A share ofpubli4 patronage is so.
Cted. Our stock consiusn in part of
DARY GO ODS,
'lain, Vancy belains and Alapacas. French
and American. Calicoes. Jaconet and
Cambric Muslins, Ladice and Mils
ce Gloves, Ladies and Mises
Hoes, linen 'nd Crape
Collars, Silk and
C hl I a f 6,
ileached And Browtn Ilomsptnns. Cloths and
Cassiniers, Satinetsand Tweeds. Ladies
Hiata a, d Itibbons. II fine Bed and
Colored Blankets, llats and
Cape. A large- variety of
Hoots and Shines.
lugar, Coffee, ree, Mackeral,SardineaHer
rings, Cheese, Pickels, ice. Pepper,
Chewing and Smokin Tobacco,
Raisins, Almonds, Currents,
Figs, Candy, Soda, Soap,
Concentrated Lye. Can
dies, Petroleum oil.
and Lam'ps, Shoes'
1 zes, h1atchets and Spades, Door and Pad
Looks, eto , Curry Conbis and Brush
es, Table and Pocket Knives, Scis
sors, Shares and Sheep Shares,
Hinges, Serews, Raysors,
Shot and Caps.
Sadles, Bridles and 'tirups. '
)f every kind and variety and other arti.
iles to tedious too mention.
At the Corner North of the Court House.
learitg-ont Sale of Jewelry,
to clo-- aas Estate. 0041,s85
worth of Elegant Jew.
NCLUDING Watchos, DiainondN,
Broockes, Chains, Lockets, Rings, id
Pens, Silver and Silver Plated Tea apd Din.
ier Servioe,.-Silver and Japanned Wailters,
I3ronsqs, Statuettes, Sevres, Porcelain, BM.
outerrie, Photographic Albums, Pianos,
aid, in uott the entire stock of an old on
ablislied Jewelry House to be closed out on
>n entirely new and novel plan,
67ach Arti,,e, without refereace to its alue,
- to be sold for One Dollar I .
The plan is'this: Our entire Stock of
3onds is appraised, and Certificates or
rickets, each naming sone on article of
aur extensive assotment, of Jewelry, etc.,
iro placol in envelopes, carefully sealed
tid theni thorouighly mixed in a case The
iaunbei of these Certificites corresponds to
lhe number of dollars at which our stock of
goods is valued. Upon the receipt by us of
Du)e Dollar. a disinterested person selects,
indiscriminately, Five of these Sealed Ea.
Velopes, each containing a Certiticate,
which we send, wiihout opening, to the
perbenl wh- has ordero; -thein 1.p.11n
Catie:u~ to u., Ma..h4 i fbh eit.- you
0o whiatever the t'eriicatev iy ulnm i po:
Iesp(ct-ive of a * alue As no aticlew~ val
tet kys than * e ikibi is tuard n anay
f,'eniiicate, it wl bt e at ionce'~tb Ie tat this
isaio Lottery. bat .a st raigha - ou wustt. legi,
tnnaee bttsinesa .arrangem. nt, which amay 6.
partioigate'd in by thte most fastideon,.
Yo~ 'recelve your Certi :cates, and If the
nat something whch, ytou want, or som
aet.l 'b6f Value, ia for inastaince, a Gpl~
Wich. iamond Broocht, Parian Statuetter
l'1se lte, , Ring, etc., you can send a
get ; fif e, y'ou let it alone and the mat ter
,euree us for thae cost of printitng.
adv'trp, uand forwiarding the Certi~eates
we'ehate as foIl. Wa: FtvweCersiiete. $1;
Eleven ft' $2;-.Twenty' for $8; Tw~aty-st:
for $$; Thir~v for $5; One Hiun~v. for
sl aits! elegiant pr..ium. and Tw'o Ifani
utedEet tifleate~s autd a attpertor 14~teh (ap
We, ,10,000 act ive. stirring Agqats ;o
o ily, town, vlllagg,
aetory, andshop 1.' tbe. e
4 ~busness capselta eN
in t ites andt a~~om
d ionae amount, ith iteui,
iaee sod coedeti l1e
iuasoes of *veu
116 Broadway, Ne~
'L the lands of the etate ot
' Theodor* 6. Dulose, decess- je
One 'qOt of 08n OSELAND,
sItuateg. I mIs from Wion.
boro', onhesC;4e 'road. containing six
-'r seven hutidred Acres. On this place is
tihe iaL ily resi4epee. with gardens. orchard
n1(d vineyard tWith .niI plantation buildings,
eelgn-houise, h6 goo)d orde"
Onte Truet adjoliig I his, kne*n as ROCK.
3Pit ING, contining six or seves -hundred
acres ; with overseer's ;house. and all ne.
oee-sary plantation buildings including gin
One Traeti know'n as FARMINGTON. sit.
uated nine mileb from Winnsboro', od the
Waterco'oreek, adjokibg lands of Mobley,
Thorn, Harper, Baulware, apd others
Containiag three thousand sores more or
less On this plantation are residence,
overseer's house and ill necessary build
ings, except Gin House. ' This is one of the
best plantations it the District.
These places will be offered for Rent to
the flighest bidder it the Court louse., in
Winnsboro', on Monday. January 15th,
18W6, unless previously disposed of. Any
person desiring to rent these places before
that time. or information respeeting them,
will apply to the Executor, at his residence
JNO. BRATTON. Exor.
dec 28'6b tf
A let of Corn, Fodder, Plantation Uten
ails and Stock, will be sold to the highest
bidder, at time Farmington Plantation om
Tuesday, 16th inst.
IS hereby giveu thme thrn-4 montito
from" thlio - IOUbIl ie tsofl", a I p l'ein
will be made for the renewal of the certifi
cates bf stock in the Charlotte & S. C..Rail
road Company. -
No. 1626. for 20 sigares, dated 10th June
1862, issued to R. B. Voylst6n.
No. 2018. for 18 shares. dated 26th Sebt.
1863, issued to R. B, Boylston, Guardian e
Said certifcates have beet lout or di.
troyed. d S. A. BOYLSTON,
jan 9'66-law8m Ex'trix.
Boot, Shoe and Hat House
Sole'agent for the Spring Valley White Lead
Liabeed, Kerosine Oils, &c,
NO. 141 AEIETING-STRXEr,
Charleston, S. C.
deo 28'66 eo
I BEG leave to inform all my
I: lends that I have resumed my
business in the manufacture of
BOOTs and SHOES,
in the best and fnest style by White ie.
chanics. and hope they will call and judgq
R. W. BONET.
Sehool for Young Ladies.
WINNSBORO', S. C.
r i'W E 21st -Session of this School wil
I commence on Monday, the 16th o
For terms, apply to
Rev. J. OBEAR, Principal.
an~y in the city. JOSEPHk PUR~CEi.IL,
jnn 9't65-tf Proprietor.
OG Si~. an i MS 1ade an)
f)N hoest notice and in neaiest style
( /-B W S anders, formerly servant<
8. G, Barkley, Esq.
-N. B, After twenty-fse years experl'ene<
he hope. temerit pasrenage by honeuty an<
gise behavier. Referee 8. 0. Barkley
Asq... 0. It. Thdnipsond'ssq., Rev. W
'Noggs-,- 'n 1'86-1mo.
B.UI I~ TON,8.a C.
einoess at their ol
* lfe t~et, orse e
teseiving a larg
M~n& bitete a
Oa Rundrod Libores Wunt,.
W ANTDm its, here itiin-difiu v ra . j
Sie Crlott-- and R. C. ifael
road, One unadred able Bodied Laborers;
(colored) to bsapm loyed in the t'eeonstruo
tion of Road. LMital 'wagret vsid. For
further tnfortnation, apply to Wv. ('reight,
Railroadf Agetit. C. Bouarigit. Treasurer
or to the undersigned
Jan O'6-lf . W. GREEN, Engineer.
T'fIi0ER LN FTSTIAMERS.
Hnahimore, Pbhsaidelpluta, New
York asad Boxfos. via AEbe
ansarl and 4 haesepeaske
THE COMODIOUS STE AMPRS
tIONEFR and CON41ODORE ADAM,
7ILL leave New terne tor for Norf ..l
on TUESI'AY ot' eit,b -ek !,P
o'clock, A. M., ouniecting wih i ie ci I.
lines of steatnOere fot thel above we,
points. On and a'ter the first do,% .-t fi,
cemiber next they will leave on Tue eday Pid
Friday of each wei-k. trakintie seni-woekly
trips Shippers of floods will recetve every
facility and acecommodtition for tl-E trans.
portation of the same. as arrangements
ase been made with thediffereni coipan
panies to forward goods so this line at low
rates and without delay. Each of these
steamers are cnpable or carrying
TWO HUNDRED AND
FIFTY TONS OF FREIGHT
through the ennal without dilcMulty, as
they were built expressly for the 'smde
They are.fited up with STATE ROOMS
and BETIIS capable of accoesmodating
thirty five passengers. . Every attention
will be paid to the comfort of passengers,
who will mot be subjectto the inconvenience
of -transfer to other vessels. but will be ta.
ken through direet without change.
The tables of the steamers are liberally
supplied with-lhe best the market, affords.
Families traveling will Aind is to their in
terest to take this line, as they will, thereby
escape the danger and d4scomafort of a sea
ronte. and the fatigue of railroad travel.
On the 16th of Decemher next if the
business of the line warrants it. the steam.
er WILLIAMS will he put on the route, and
tri-weekly trips will be made.
For freight or passage apply Io WHIT
FORD, DILL & CO.. New Berne. N. C.
DAVID WILLIAMS, Proptietor.
Wholesale Dealers in
Tit UNiR', EYU'c
No. 169 Meeting Stret. corner of fluel
CH1ARL TON, s. C.
sTocK apLENisnRD, WEKLY BY RTEAnMa.
T. M. BRISTOLL, V. T. DUNHAM,
A. S. DBOWN
r . l L Deming & 61o.
RGMEAL HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
HOUM- FUt UVININEIIIV ODS.
Whsbr*2 Fenil ~ n ary
RIV. A. 0 STACY, A. H.. 1"WsorAL,.
Assit.dg accomplished Instructors in all a
T HE firu Session will begin on Thnes:
d, Jaauary 4th, 188, and end the
Thq eend Sen will, begia May 2Ws,
'And eb Oetohde 1th, with t wo wedka vasa
Rates of-'Tuition for First Seesinn,or' half
year;t payable, one halfin' advanoa, and the
~residue at the expirtali ,( ofth~e irst haf af
.the Bession, say 10th Td Areh,
Collegiate D~epatrtaetit, $40 00 to. $2.
Primar Department, ge... No..1, a
PrimaarIDef - rient, eSe 16
L.aSjn. Greek, Or Ffetmrch e L
Dri)ring, -$16 06, Mitb~in t. ii, '2 h(
Phaonette Short -band-Wwfkg ' 10 00
Voeal 14st1, a.. ehargs.' -
These ehkseq. will, be t oned i~tp ei
but payment.mayv besrnd a~ pat'Ka'.c .
p 0y' or. in 5poisiert5r 4 t~(,'ii i
eni t tiim.-jimeut *aies,-not
phet owf beat Feillatf'ell e~-the iqt~
, 'oetltusi weiete *onurit t id
eele kadstudl .e es
vtimta4,tettin wilt be