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uessiot ~ oniumod in .ilcuising the
bill confeeting' iero sufftAge in the
'1ddI1ba Eiropiem News.
Ntw Y'$t, Jan. 12.--The follow.
n'a the news of -nti North Americn
and Cit'of 3ainor*, :ot yet arrived
-at thib a~ot -*. 1,
The Uaiy 'ewv says , The sales of
Ameri an aecurities throughout E!urope
Ulatly hoe been more extensive than
is Ntate4 thab Maximilian is omitted
'froVt th i*00holic iovereigns, to whom
the Pop2 '4hde his 'customary ClhriAt.
The Uneis argues that Napoleon-will
with iraw Woni Mexico.
Extra precautions are being tsiken in
.iDubinto Prevent' a Fenian ontbreak.
The' military are held in readinese to
mow at a-noments iotice.
- From -Lonisana.
Nzw Os4-x'xS. Jan 12.--A party
of iegroed oni the Red River rose in arms
ten dhy a go nd tried. to mnurder their
overseer ; .but failed. - Subbequently
they .were captired by the mili;ary, to.
gethef with several acoinplices.
Mo , Jaitary 1I.-Cotton firm,
*:teI t'idtly tweniy three hundred h'ales;
Middlinga 47q. per 16. Saje-i of the
ffionn' thonte'nd seven hundred wnd two
)ale*. Expgrts of the week se'venteen
ithoilpand f(,rl4pindred and eight-iine.
:tock iighy-five ti ousand four hundred
Gold 40 to 43., -
N.w1 Yoni, January 12--Cotton
steady.*Naval Stores dull. Gold $138.
WNx, gn , January 14.-Flour dull.
Souatherne.*heat dedlined 2 a 3c. Corn
-tde-lined l- d & -3eef, pork and lard firm.
Whiskey dull. 'Cotton steady. Sugar
4nd 9'ffee firm, Naval stre. dutI. Gold
'Nzw' Youx, Jautuary 10.-Cotton
steal)y Gold 3sta
The Lbat Cade,
S*W ..%uthern Jistory of the COned.
rules-A Oard from-ft Author.
th1 tAdeglgieJ. is now actively en.
Cgaged 61 Pcotp'in* 4hj Is pro nrly
nhe * Southern Iistoqr of the-War,
-to.b'i# blih'ed by subsettlon . bf the
hoss iof MestRs. E. R' Treat , 0o.,
la Giand streit, New York, He Ade
*iga to compose tbe vork from a new
and lfgi stock of nateri-, alt9gether
diffe'est from. thathurriedly 'gathered
Irom h'e fo corngof the h Otwspapmrq
\in-his'Anial of'th6 War; andin this;
ia mul higher and Muth ta9re !labo.
task, hi is deeply Nnpreoned with
t6ecsity of drawing infitnation of
4ho -t. war, as far'- as possible,.from
* M1bt'9ure/s. He has already obtain.
~ e romus. o( special assistance froom
* b i~dhisnatias leaders of the late
\ of ilroy, anil ia prced to know that
e rodnehi* .work .under en
u .tit~e~acaa 11E .which oe
,the f have e on to none other on
!,2~ra~o rtJ~ Lee, ihose .name.
S. o bri haahti 4nhected "with the.
rni ini Vtin writes to the amu
She n. 'ej hear" that h~e
fi~1e4&~h O~W a .history of
ahj *a and tha~sh wer ibe
1,tee athopleasur y this ap4 the
~seral ish N. Jo ston, whose
cap'gni es at hiefly'men.
timneto give ouayinfo a I w
80n5 03 the re e~our
Gado~ vquben~oad eral Dck" Taylor pr j,*
mid 4 hberanqitoradcat 'n*
eki okiid of the trans-Minis, and
ble for the. undo
i*niaties with all those
'~O00~tI7~qf whq hayen aliable I
hs swre Hetheuefor.
a~I thof addressing mU Qen.
rNS~~d agI. ~ , hy
-enhkhten and erect again in the eyes of
he world a cause prostrate, but not
comhiitted to "silent duist"--lost on the
cast of ,veiets, but entitled to the record
It will be moat convenient to address
communications to the care of the pub.
lishers, Messrs. E. B. Trear & Co., 130
Grand street, New York.
EDWARD A. POLLARD.
January 3, 1866.
T HE undersigned have formed a Co.
partnerihip under tlhe name and style
of DnBose Egleston & Co.. for the purpose
of General Merchandize, No. 2, Hotel Range,
Winnsboro', 8. 0.
DUBOSE EGLESTON, J. McELROY.
And would respectfully i~nvile thei.
frcends and the public to call atnd exatnine
their stock, eonsisting of
Crushed Sugar. Brown Sugar, Coffee. Soaps
Candles. Meokerel. Bacon, Salt, Sodal
Onion,, PotatoesCheese, Mustard, I
Pickles, Raisins, Ierritgs,
Tea, Bucktheat Flour,
Ctndy, Fig Bluo,.Ol -
Old Bour -
Brandy Cocktail, Whiskey Cocktail, Bran.
dy Peaches, Plantatioh Bitters. Kero
sene 011. Lanterns, White Lead,
Spirits Turpentine, Linseed Oil,
Chrpmo Grqen, Window
Glass, Chewing To.
Mersclhauq Pipes. Churns. Frying Pane,'
Axes, Coffee Mills, Curry Combs, aind
Brushes,. CinW Ifammers, Pqket
Knives, Table Spoonts, Razors,
Pad Locks, Plate Lookb,
Iland-Saw Files, HAp
Sciasors, W o o
shot Pouches. Gnt uns, Needles. Buttons,
penells. Pen Holders. Hats and Caps,
'for men Iu4 boys. Rope, Solidi6ed
Milk, Ink and Shoe Brushes.
With mahy other articles still to arrive.
. Jan. 18'65-.tf
%B)Ot and 'ShoQ Shop.
O Nri door Notth of Mrs. McMas
ter's Hotel. Solicits a share of the
public patronage. All work done a, short..
est notice and best stylo.
DUNLOP & McMASTER.
Blyihewood Female Institute,
' HE exercises of this
Schqol will be resumed on
the frat Wednesday in March,
under the supervisionof the prin.
*tpal and Madame and Prof. En.
gelbrecht, with competent Assistants in the
ifetent departments. Ptpils will be ro.
ecelved for the scholastic year.-nnd repay.
aseot, forhalf-session expected at I lAo sub.
joined rates, an specle or its equivalent.
Board, fnal4ding Fel a4l4 Lights, $05 00
Tuition Bnglish and Classics, 26 00
!. Music, 2.1 (0
- " Frendh, Italian, Drawing or
Painting, .: 20 00
Contingent Fee, $6 00
Pupils will furnish towelI,.bed-linen and
eoveig A pplications will be entered, no
reeeived and notiee.given of their accept.
Medfeat advice given gratuhtously.
iDR. 8. W. BOOKILART, Principal,
jan 18'0kfl-.;awfwa. Doko, S. C.
D pItY . G O 0D S,
STOLL, WEBR & CO.,
DAY uoPT'S.OLD 'FAND,
~8' Ktng 8., 3 doors .Below Wentworth.
W E have now openaed and on hand
of - very lArge and well seloectdstock
. tY Goons;
whih we offer at Wholesalegpud Re all.
. Havlag had long experienceo' in' the - Dry
Gooda Busifoes .bbtore:the war, 'we know
juq Wat Goods are most ninded by nla.
(erg and consumaers generally and will al.
ways keep'osh han~d a full atock of'plaaitit
Goods of every.kind.'
We keek~ our stock eonstantly repleanighe&
by every stemner, with the sioat *.ttrac'e
We respectMly invite plenfina, . iner.
htsand eenssua eneeral'lt n~a
Blankets, Plains, Kerseys, Osna urgs,
- Fine Sea Island Brown.8hliri1gsp.
* rish Linenm, Calicoes, Ole~g.
hams, and Cabrlos,
3( ,De Laines, Poplin, Gotored -Al
igutred Popins, laek Silk,,
ie, B3Lk Alpao~.
Ieh every variety. to be found
la eb we efer at the lowest
TOLL, WBBB& CO.,
tese 84 C
Ketchin, MoMaster 06o,
TAVE receivqd a
H Stock of Goodei foihieh they invite
the attention of former pajtions of the old
firm and of the, IAlIe ogeerally. They
1ae on hand a ' receiiing a general
ufsortlnent or -,.,I .
Dry Goods, ClojhIig, Shoes, Hafe. School
Books, Modioinesoapasnd Perfumory,
Put ty anti Wlpdow U lass, Tin Ware,
Cooking Ijt~es, Orocerier,
Ilardwee., i agglqg and
Rope; Broois and
An4t all other arti.ps tiually kept In coun
ry Pi es.
C ORN, Pean, Dr . Hides, and all Counti'y
Produce. for goods or cnsh.
KETCHIN, MlMASTEIR& CO.
Ja 16'66.U-tf No. 1, H otel RAnge.
School Books I
EACO E RS are notified that. we are ablo
1. to furnish them with books and sta
tionry at low prices. Any articles not on
band will be. nhtained by Express at alort
notice. KETCHIN, ioM AS'T'ER & CO,
jin 16'66-if No. 1, H otel Range.
r lEcopartnership heretofore t-xist
- ing under the style of Ketchin &
Mc.raster. is this day dissolved by muttal
consent. The name of the grin may be
used by eitlker party in settlements.
KETCHIIN & MMoASTER.
The undersigned Live this 'lay entered
into a copnrtiership. for lie tronsnotion of
A Gendral Mercantile ihnsiness, in tshe store
formerly occupied by Creight, & Simonton
and under the style of Keichin, MoMaster
& Co. It.'8. KIETCUIN.
Q. II. MeMASTER,
JAMES A. IICE.
GE. W. WALTER* SON.
A ND a
ILL establish themselves at Columbia.
W S.C., on the completion of the
South Carolina Railroad to that. -point.
where they will be happy to serre their old
friends and patrons. Thankful foi past fa
Tors they will endeavor by prompt attention
to merit. a continuance.
Liheral wlvances made on consignments
toe heir friends in Charleston, New York and
HIE UNDERSIGNED IIAVE '1'118
. D1AY enter--dl inm,, Coptirtes,-r,,hip
for lthe purchase aind vale of general-mer
chandiso tinder the name Qf Thompson.
Withers & Co., and will conduct their busi.
ness in the Store lately occupied by Dr
Aiken. on the corner North, of the Co;.r.
0. R.' TH10AMPSON,
J. N. WITUERS,
C. W. FAUCRTT.
January 1, 1800. jan 9'66-lawf3w
HrE at tention of the piu haig iI *ivi.d
Tit) ter Stne-k ot GENERA L MER.
CHANDIZE, barefully selectedlto stit th4
wants of the countr'y and town trade. All
)f which will be sold at the low.est. market
rices. .A alare ospublie pntronage is so
Ietted. Our stock coisists in part of
lain. Fancy Dolains and Alrpaoas. French
and American Calicoes, Jaconet - and
Caimbric Muslins, Ladies and.Miss
es Gloves. Ladies and Misses
'Hlose, Linen andi Crap~o
, Collars, Silk and -
~leaohed and Brown Hlomspuns, Cloth. and
Caeulmerm, Sathtets and Tweeds, Ladies
Hlatasad Ribbone, i'-i fine 1led and *
Colored Blankets, Hats and
Caps. A large variety off
Boats and Shoes..
ugar, Coffee, Tel, Mapkerel,$Nrdines,He~r
rin su. Cheese, Pioliels, Spice, Pepper,
~, hewing and tnoking Tobacco,
Sf Ig ~ andy, Soda, Soap, - .
enttated Lye, Can
t a, Dbor ad
i34 .C . haatdBrush
)f .every khi arti..
los to tediccq
At the C os,
an '6- - e.
WM. WH.1. DYf N & Co
Formerly of Hayden & Whiden,
Of KING &T., CORNE &OF BEAIPAIN BT.,
CIIARLEsT grl, a. 4.
AS o*env*" a omlete' 'a'of
House Furnishing Articles,- Crock.
cry and China Glass U are.
Plated Good( of every variety. Cloeks,
WAtches and Jewelry. Pocket and Table
Cutlery. Buckets, Baskets and Brooms
Watches and Jewelry repaired. Old Gold
and Silber purchasod. Orders promptly
filled and forwatded.
Phosphate of Lime.
Y putting on 'two hundred pounds
- per acre it will increase the quantity
of Cotton three hunpdred pounds or more.
This Fertilizer contaivs all the properties of
barn-yard manure, and Im' roves the land.
Send your orders Immediately In order to
have them ith time for planting.
Send for a Circular. $old At Factory pri
ces, by the addltion of the froight.
if. W. KINSMAN,
No. 279 Kiny-Slreet, 'S&le Agent.
Offlice Ist Cottou Town.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
W I LL tore or ktwn d tuv lit- ftrwardl
- tuz ot Cottion, -Produe. Furssi
lure and Goods entrusted to their care.
Will also sell Horses, Mules, Cattle, Ao.
We pledge ourseles to use every endeavor
to-ptotnote the welfare of those who may
favor us. with their pan onage.
J. M. CRAWFORD,
Boot, Shoe and Hat House.
Sole agent for the Spring Valley White Lead
Linseed, Kerosine Oils, &c,
NO. 141 MEETINU-S'REET,
Charleston, S. (I.
dec 28'85 line
11EG leave to Inform all my
. f:.iends that I have resamed my
business in the manufacture of
BOOTS and SIROES,
In the best and finest style by White )te.
chanis. and hope they will call and judge
for th emselves.
R. W. BONET.
School for Young Ladies.
-WINNBORO'. 8. C.
rH E 21st Se.ion of this School will
F cormmeno on Monday, the 16th of
For terms, a ply to
ltev. J. OBEAR, Prinelpal.
CH ARLiSTON, S. C.
C~pIlls HOUSE "l.a. been THOR.
I- OUGH LY REPAIIIED ttt'd RE
FURNISHED, and -danno~t be ex'eelled by
nIn. the eI. JOSEPHPU EL,
anj 9'65-t1 Propretr
Boots and Shoes Xade endA
g'Nshoftest. noliee and In neatest style.
..By Wi.- Banders, formerly servapt, to
*. G, Dril7 Esq.
~l.~Aer twenty-fite years experlenee
h~t~erpnrit patronage honesty and
KO4l~Pist. References . G. Barkley,
R.'Thompson, Esq., Rev. WV.'E.
D.g. '..' Jan 11',68'-1mo.
D.:F FLEMINQ & CO.,
- IN '
Boots. 5Saoes.' Traumks, Ae.
2 Hayne Street,
C7ORNBRR OD ' UlUROH-BT ABAT,
-CH ARLESTON, 8. .,.
L VING reaumued busliu R tha eld
. stati4, 2 .Haytie.St.8 e' .-of
ChubhStreet, are new ,eeeflg gaatrg
and well assortqd steek-of
Olib flu dr~d dLato r~ ant
W AN' D.to inre immdiatt i
.11-0 Ovnrinsteo nehid -8. . 0.
road, One -Hunded abli Bodied Iaborer
(colored)to be employed in the re-oousttu
tien of Road. Liberal wage. id.,( F
futther -inforlsation, apply to Creigt.
Railroad Agent, C. Douknigh 'io reaaul'.
or to the nadersigned
J. W. GREEN Engineer.
Jan O'66.-t f
PIUMEIL 16INE O1T '9913412
DalImaorne, PbIIadelifaga kew
York sUed 1ento00, vin A I .
NasrIe and Chem!Peseie
THE COMODIOUS STEAEIR'
PIONEER ani C'NODORE DE
ILL leave New lierne for for Nolitoli ro ,
WV on TUE8IAY of each irek- at
o'qlock, A. M., connecting with the diferen..
lines of steamers for the 'above, sasied.
points. On and after th'e first day of -De.
cember next they will leave on Tuesday aun(
Friday of each w k, taking semi-weekly
trips. Shi pers oy Goods will recelve evety'
facility and accommodation for tho- trans
oration of the same, as arrafgemen*.
ave been tnade with the different compau..
panies to forwad- goods to bis lie'q at ioW
rates and witihout delay. Each of ihese
steamers are capable of cgrrying.
TWO NUNDRED AND
FIFTY TONS OF BENGAY
through the canal without .dlipui, as
they were built expressly for the de. -
They are fitted up" with STAIX ROOMS
and BETI8 capable 'of aopommodating
thirty4-ve passengers. Every, -attention
,)ill bepaid to thi .comfort of, - fasengersi
who will sot be subject toh inicouvenience
of transfer to other vessels, buf *i 4e ta.
ken through direst without chgage.
The tables of the steamers ve 'liberallf
supplied with the best Ahe nrlaet affords.
Familiestraveling-wil. find It to their in
terest, to take this line. as they will thereby
eseape the danger and discomfort of a se6
route, and the fatigue of ra.road travel.
On the 16th. of Decenber next. if thes
boiiness of the line warrants it, the steam-n
er WII.LL'AMS will be put on the route, and!
tri-weekly trips will be made.
For freight or passage apply to WHI'
FORD, DILL & CO., New Berne, N. C.
DAVID WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
Wholesale Dealers in
- T M N M E. 2 t '
NO. 169 Meeting S&eet corneert
CH1AR LESTON, S., C.
STOCK 5sfzuD stitY *A3.
T. M. BRISTOLL, C. T. DUN4HAM
.ee A. 8. BROWN...
DtAElRS IN , -
GII(ERAL IIARDWRE, CUTLER -
HOUSE FVRI'IISIJ OO.
GENERtAL ASSORTMENTi OF' IN
Oe 30 pposite Charlest,q en ? ~
3EY. As. 0. STACY, .. ~ RINCIrA~
Assisted by ceompiahte itn'etuotae e
18th of May.. - - *
'The 8eeohd' Sessiowil b ejin 1
and end October 12Ih,,wighrwo weekp4 ~ ,t
tionila Augut 6.'
. Etis of Tuition for' Flees si4'", 4
yea ; payabW, oneltialt iaan 'o b,~
residun at the exp'rtlen pt tie.i
the Session,'pay 10th b f
Collegiate peartment, S20' o6. 9i T'i;
Primary Department, See.. o 1 ~
Primary Department, See.! ,''OgL'
Musls on Piano4 -' ' t(~I~OP~~
Vie of Instrumessi ' a
L~asio, Gr e, or, Freneh .,&' .
Dtai 6'0,Painting -n9
PhoneI Short-hand Wrtip1 -
Vooal biao, a44v- 7
'Ihe~a hargs~wib w d - -p~de
b$4 paymdnt-fe b
eaus ~ ~t ime o.