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WV'ted rto;g, Jan, I 5,-In the
Jnited $ i4a' eborte, Mr. ,-toward of.
fered a joinlt resolution, dleclaring. that,
whereas, it appears, by the report of the
H on. Secretary of War, that Jeffersonr
Davis ahd C, C. Clay are held in cop.
nement as, having been conuerne'4 ii
the assainaton of Presillent Lincolth
And foi- the murder of 'Fedeiral soldiers
helde Osirisoners, of war: Therefore, we
Tecopineuid. that they be inmediately
%ried bi' a 1Ililitary' *Conmision. The
tno(idn wai ohjetned to and goes over.
In le IT.S. House of Representa.
'tivs gcredentials of the Representa.
1ives elect from Arkansas were present.
vd, arid 'referred to the d )omnittee or
"ripon 'was mode and received
itmly 'twelvevotes, allowing the negroes
in the District of Columbia to decide by
blallt.i(ether the white mnt should
Stephens olTered a resolution instrut.
Ing the Committee onl the Judiciary te
Tonsider the expediency of so amonding
the, Act of 1865, relative to the tesi
enthi tis to atllow lawyers to practic
theprofessiont without taking said oath,
on ani, equal footing with other profes.
.ions;twhich was adopted.
The louse then resumed the-discus
sion on the Neiro Suffrage bil.
\VAsHINGTQN, Jan. 1o.-The Secre
tary of the Trealurf, this morning, in
structed the - United States Cottor
A gents to make no more sales of captur
ed cotton. The Secretary believe,
delay will be advantageous to the Gov.
erniuent, in bringing into the Treasury
higher prices for cotton that cant now be
Emperor Napoleon's Forthcoming Addresi
NEw YonK, Jan. 15.-The Nov
York Tr'bune's Washington special cor
respondent Htates that a private lette
front a trustworthy sotirce from Paris
mentions that the legislatve bodes o
the French Empire will assemble oit th<
18th inst. The Emperor, in his open
ing address, will express amiable and
peaceful sentiments towards the Unitei
States, and; unless in the meanwhile,.the
relations of the two countries should be
,come hostile, on questions of honor, he
will promise to evacvate Mexico s
pr6mptly as nossible.
troops for Cbarleston.
Fonitas. MONtoE, Jan. Il.---The
steatship Gott. 'Barnes left here to-day
and w .Il transport the 5th U.S. Cavalie
?iwYons Jn '16.--Uniton buoy
as 4 a 52o, $aval gtories dul~l
'. Ifhoi perstted in standing anyt
sht uh to'the adinoy
? ~ ~ st'.d~~ n, ',but would. not
54r~ om. the -uppe galler
t a hunm alone, honey
He i dately squatted.
4VtbOND)AY MORNING,' 11
ad instant, at 12 o'ehook, wlll
eldpfont'or oqr store a sin seated OA
RIAOEitgo order, It wae' built, by Art
nuaq~to Cjsleuton, in 1861, attd has nel
bee 13ACOT! & RIVRS,
-2 No. 2, Hotel Range.
eRO4gpartnerlh~p - rtetofore 'exist
k~b~u~~erthal: sti a of KetOhin &
~I#~st I Ib~.4Aj' (tl Janary,) dil.
4aJeebqed The dame~ of
*yJcsed b, either party in
*7fte r ~ K~MASfER.'
Re e Jan
4 . .o4
I ?t ' '
Ifarried, on the 17th inst., at the res
dence of the.brides father, 1by tio Ro,
A. M CA RTEAnoR, ir. VX A
WORTHYof Dalton, Ga,., 'to Mi:
MOLIE E. OXNER, of Winnsboro
MT. ZION SOCIETY.
T H 1 regular atnial nieting of ti
T ociety will be held- in the Con
Room in nshoro', on Thursday Ihe 251
instant, at 11 Oclock, a. n.
A puectual attendance of all the menlI
isessmentially important. As mIattersa of vit
interest to the continuance of the 'Instint
lion will have to be considered and acte
upon. . JANES S. STEWART.
Sec. of the Society.
THE NEW STORE
-A COMPLETM assortment of Dr
S Goods;I .
Boots and Shoes or ovcry descri ption
Hats, Wool and Fur. of all styles ;
Gloves. Hiosory and Handkorchiefs;
All kinds of Yankee Notions t
The richett. colored Canioral Skirts;
AMerino nver and under Shirts;
Fine white Linen Shirts, and many othi
Call and see ts. If our goods suit yol
1h prices shall.
W X are part.ictularly carefrul to kee
none but the purest.
All orders.attended to.
E keep tkho Dturhtim. Scarfalett
aund'Jockey Club, Brand.
WIL, siiprintend lihe mraking
and repairing of Furnittre. Fiurnituai
Call ta Ladd Bros'. Store.
A. W. LADD, Agent.
AT WEltuI'i'* CORNEit,
(Tii OLD .J'RIisG OFFICE.
N Saturday niglt, at of o'cloc
;. will be sold a quantity of Notion
from a Jew's Harp to a Golil Watch.
And on Monday 22d. at 10j A. M., a 1a
,er lot. of Goods.. inohdding Spades at
;hovels, Tubs and fkickep, Glue. Boran
Sardines, Smoked Herrings, Raishis, Cal
coes, Cloths, &c., &c. .
Come prepared, no bargains naiy tu
doubtedhy be expeoted.
.D It- rG.,WOaD-S
STOLL, WEDB & 00.,
BANCOFT's OLD STANo,
287, Kig 8t., 3 doors Below Wentwort
W E tave now openzed andon .lu
.ry large end well selected st.
wh eb l i halesale aind-Ietail. -
Janghad long experlerfee in the~ Di
Goodhe .Dusiunss ,before :the, waru, we kanc
jsast what Goods are, most needed by plal
tersi and consurneral genorally ahd willa
ways keep on hannd fuillystock of plante
We keep-our stock oidhetantly rep enishi
by everyr steamer, with tho mlost a trapJti
We' respeotfuilly hnyt -planaters, me
cbants anal sonsumere greerally, to call at
inu t ours stock, 'oonsising in part of'
~3~kets, Plains, Kersey, Osnahturg
. Jrown8hilrtin s, Bleached, Long Cloths,
Fik'ne Sea Island Brown Shirtinga
Irish Linens, Calicoes, Ging..
.hams. and Cambrios,
Merinoes, De Ilanes, iPoplin., ColoredA
pae'jorna, igaue Poplins, Blak Silks,.
,Dobasnos .Black Alpaa,
aged Crop. Cloths.
T Iher' with every variety .to be four
in ott e, which we oflfer at the lowe
8 TOLhE, WEBB& go.,
No. 287 g St., 8 doors below Wentwort
M.~5O Chiarleston, S. C.
-OF.' TOJ ., - - . Charlestoj
IL.C.WAQLK .f' -. . a n
IjMh, ,and e by e
e . JOB PMC
-. 11HE undersigned have formed a Co.
partiership under tho nnlmetind style
of UnBose Eglestoni & Co., fot tie purpose
of Gener! Merchlmndize, No. 2, Hoel Range,
* Winnsmboro'. S. C.
VUtIOSE EG LESTON. J. AljELROY.
And wonhl rempeifultly : inte their
friends and ltie ptiblic Io call am examin
tIheir stock, consim ing of
Crushed Sugar, Brown Sigar, Coite, Sonps,
Camlies. M *ckerel. hmeol. 81t, 694ha,
JOniomns. Potatoe.Cheetce, 31mtard,
Pickles, Raisins4, flerigs,
Te, Utckwhe1t Flom,
Candy, Fig liue, Old
. Xecar Whiskey,
d Branidy Cocktail. Whiskey Cocktail, liran.
i l'tei ics, Pliamltion Iit ters. Kero
sene Oil, Lanterns, White iad,
SpiritsT u 1,1rpontiie.Linseel oil,
Chromed Green, Windtow
Glass, Chewing To.
Mmerschanm 'ipe's. Chiunis. Frvinmg lnns,
Axes, Col'ee Mills, Curry Coirbs. atnl
11mitmhes, Claw l.1minuners. PoCket.
Kmive. Tablo Spomm, linr.<n-s,
Padl Locks, Plate . oeks,
11in i1l-saw Filel.'-V.spm,
-C Sis.ors, 'W ot0 it
V 8ml,' P isitolsm,
'o wV d e r
Siot Potchies. Gmn (nmps. Needits, limiten1,
PeneI.s. Pen lohiers, 1l1tts amd ("(mis,
for men mmnd boyQ, lope. solidifiel
- uMilk, ink inud Slie 1mmmruhtes.
With imany othier articles still to arrive.
B)ot-and Shoo Shop.
N E d (cr -N,rt.h of Mrs. Me.\is.
.'m lHotel. Solicits a share of time
- public pi rronnge. All work done at short.
est. notice And best stylo.
DUNLOP & MoMAST lit.
GEO . WAILTER& SON.
4 0 1 1V.ZYNG
FORWARDING AG EN'TS,
/ LI , ct ablish tIhemselves at Cohmnbimi,
S. C., on ite c'impletioni it the
Smth Cmohi Railroad tiht Ii point.
where they -will be hppy to merve their old
frie'mmimm mmmmndm ptronmis. Tha~ mnkruml fomr pamit t'a
a Vowms they will emlenvoir by prompt attention
to mierit a coitimanmce.
Libetra l dvaincet 1maen om comnsi gnmment.s
to their friends in Charlestomi, Now Yorknd
Ketchin, McMaster & (o.,
[- AVEr caref'ily selet'led
Stock o tGods. to which they invit
time atttion f former immpatrins of the old
firim and nf the pub hlie generally. They
ha m o and amin are.reCeiving a general
i)ry Goods, Clotimiig. Shmes, Hats, School
llaks, Mediicines onapsnd iemtumery,
Put ty and Window Glias, Tin Wnre,
Cooking Stoves, Groceries,
lmardware, lmgging m1nid
Rope, llrooms .nn1d
--- Wooden Waro,
And all otimor artiolos muially kept im coun
jim 13 u;-tf
QIRN', Plene, Dry hfides, tmtmm all Cotilmry
*Prodiuce, for goods or emeih.
KETOiIlN, MoMASTlit & CO.
1 'i i--.f No. 1, Ilotel mange.
'JI ACIlE113 aire notifled that wo areablo
k J to, furnis~h thezm with boomks an~md sta
tlonar'y at low prices. Amny maricles nmot, on
hm will be obtnede by Epessm 'at shmort
notkl.. KPTCiiIN 'McMASTERI & Ct),
n am 16~'6t-&tf No. 1, liotel Ranumgo.
91ARRL~mts exeellemnt, Sorgimun Syrmup,
K ETCIllN, McMASTERt & C0,
d -jani 10't0-mtf No. 1. Il0tu1 Range.
*Boos: nd Sioes- Mfade and
N mmhor'Iest notice and in nealeost style.
8 . 0. Bym Wm.y Sanders, fornmer'ly s4rvanit t9
NJ. B. -A ftem; twouty-fi'y years emper'ionce
he hopes to memrit, patronage by honesty aind
good behavior. Referenices 8. G.. Iiaikley,
Estq., 0, R1. Thompson, Esnq., Rev. W. E.
Boggsm. . Jan 11'4l6-lino
I BEG leave to inf'orm alt nmy
I: ionds that I httve resamed my
dl busnetm in the mmanfajure'of
".OO)TS and SNiO N,
in lime bcst andi finest style hy is.
rr olmaniots, and hope they will c ge
Boot,' Shoe and H Eo
Fo'riherly of Jiaeydn & Whilden,
56'.ING ST., CORNELOF BEAUFAIN ST.,
OClA RLE-S-11lt, S. C.
Aj opened !' complete tck of
ouse Furnishink Artli'los, Crook..
cry and (Nist GaissM are.
l'lated Goods of ever$ vAriety. Clocks,
Watches nud Jowelry. Pocket and Table
Cuilery. Buckets, lBaskets and Brooms
Wat che and Jewolry repaired. Old Gold
and silver purchased. Orders ptrtnptly
filled and forwatded.
NITROGEN IZE D
Phosphate ofV Lime.
Y pttting on two hundred pounds
. t pr' acre it will increase tho quantity
of Cotton three lihundred pounds or more.
This Fertilizer contains all the properfes of
barni-ynd ianuro, and improves the land.
Sond your oners immediately in order to
have thm in tit for planting.
Send for a Circular. Sold at Factory pri
ces, by ihe addition of the freight.
I. W. KINSMAN,
o. 279 King-rcet, 8Sle Agent.
FACmTrolts. s iiiNaPi; ts
Uffilem iii Coaka Towsn.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
TI LL store or sitend to Ihe teorward'
n o11si if Cotton, Produr, Furi..
ture and Goods entrusted to their care.
Will nlso sell Horses, Mules,.Cattle, &c.
'We ledge onreeles to use every endeavor
to promote the welfare of those who may
favor us with their patronage.
J. M. CRAWFORD,
L. P. MILLE R.
School for Young Ladies.
WINNSIOO', S. C.
rT , 21st Session of this School will
I commenco on Monday, the 15th of
For term, spply to
.ov. J. OBEAlt, Pr1oelpal.
GRAT ONE DOUIR
Cleturhngj-ost Saie of .PweIs)y,
to <41%t asn Estite. $241.85a
voktIa of Eketauamt Jew.
jN CL UDNG x Watches, Diamond.e,
Brooches, Chains, Lockeis, itings, Gold
Pens. Silver and Silver Plated Tea and DQi.
ner Service, Silver nnd .hapanned .Walters,.
]hronmes, Statuettes, Sevres, Porcelain, Di
jouterrie, Photographic Alburtis, Pianos,
and, in fact, the entire stock of an old ex
tablished Jewelry liouso to be closed-out on
on cntirely new and novel plan,
.Rach Article, withosut refeenre to't Yalue,
to hs sold fir One Dollael
The plan is this: Our entire Stock 44
Goods Is wappraised, aid 'Certificaes 'or
Tickets, each atiuning somne one article - of
our extensive ask -tpent- 6f Jewelry, etc..
are placed in onvelopes, carefully sealed
and then thoroughly mixed in A caso TIte
nutbler of these Certificates corresponds to
the nu'mnbo of dollara lit, which our stock of
goods is yalted. Upon the receipt'by us of
One Doalat, a disinterested person seluctt,
indiscriminately, Five of these Sealed En.
velopes, each containing a Certifinate,
whlich we send. willhoits openitg, to the
perse'n who has orderedi them. Upon
receiving and opening them you are
entitled to whatever 'articles lio Cer
tincautes name, upon paym One
D~ollar for' ench one. If it is o
or' a $4 Leeket, or' a-$240 W 6
Diamorid iRing, or a $18oa .
it is all the same 'The ret r
tificate to us, with Qne Del on
to whatever the Certificate' re.
*res peotive of its vate. As a l
nd lesd than Ono Dollar Is a any
Certinocato,.it. will be at once seen- that this
is No Lottery, but a stralght-forward, legi
thneate~bumslness arrangement, which may be
partici'pated in by the most fastideons.
-Y'ou receive yout'Certificates, and if they
namne somuethitng which you want, or some
article of value, as for iatsnce, A Gold
Watch, Diamond Brooch, Parian 8tatnette,
Piano, in, Iting, etc., you can send and
get ; if not, you let it, alo~nc and the matter
To reinburso uts for the cost of printing,
advertinsg, and forwarding the Certificates
we charge as follows: Five'Certinoae $1;
Eleven for $2; Twent1 fet $8; Twent j.uix
for $4; Thirty 'for $o; 0ne JHnndrefo
$15 and elegant premhla, and' Two Hun'
diecd Certificates tand a superior ,Wat~h gs
premtin) for $o0, ,('
We want 10,000 active, stri enst
canvass'every city, town, villag, lbe~'
borhooed, fadtory, and' shop la '
States. E!|iergetio nien or wotte
reputation and thusin.s ecapsohyy
$60 per week i:t' 'e trie an4$
and. ptor tu .qat14.4
One Hundred Laborers Want
W ANTED to hire immediately, for
Ctuurlott- and S. C. "Rail
road, One IHIadred able Bodied Laborers,
(colored) to be employed in the re-contstruo
tion of Road. Liberal wages paid. Fat
further Intormation, apply to W. B Creight,
Railroad Agent, C. Boukeight, Treasuret
or to the undersigned
J. W. GREEN, Engineer.
PIONEER LINE OF MAMERS.
Baitiso'e*, Intl it del plsa N9ew
York avid Bostoa, Via Albe-'
inarile mad Cviasepeake
T HE COMOIOtTS STEAMERS
PIONEER and COI1MODORE ADAMS,
W ILL leate New Berne for ftl -Norfolk
on 'tI'1ESBAY of each webk at .8
o'clock, A. M., cortheefiftk with the different
lines of stearners for the above named
points. On and after the first day of De
cember next. they will leave on Tuesday and
Friday of each week, making semi-weekly'
trips. Shilppers of Goods will receive every
facility and nceommodation fot the trans.:
portation of the same, as aftangenenti'
have heefl made with the differeht compa-a
panies to forward goods to this line at low'
ratos and without delay. Eneh of themer
steamers are enpable of cartying
TWO l9NDRED AND.
FIFTY TONS OF FREIGIT
through the canal. without difficulty, as
they were built expressly for the trade.
They are fitted tip with STATE ROOMS
and BF/is - capable of accommodating
thirty-*Ye passengers. Every attentiol
will lie Paid to the comfort of passengers,
who will got be subjectto the it'invedience
of transfer- to other vessels. hu till be ta
ken through direot without change.
The tables of the steamers are liberally
supplied *ith the best, the market affords.
Families traveling will find it to their in
terest to freie'sh9i line, as they will thereby
escape tIldaNger and discomfort, of a sea
route, and the fatigue of railroad travel.
On thb 15th of December pext, if the
business. of the line warrants it, this at eam
er WILLIAMS will be put on the route, and
tri-weekly trips will be mode.
For freight or passage anply to W J1lT.
FORD, DILL & CO., Now Perne, N. C.
DAVID WILLIAMS, Proprietoi.
T.'. M. DR1ITOL L,
Wholesale Dealers in
NA. 1 6Y Meet Stret borner 6f Ifaxel,
.CIIARICSTON, S. C.
Stod's aXPLEN1M'1IEO WEKXLY T STEAMER.
T. '.f.- MRSTOLI4, (. T.,' NUN1143.
'A. S. BROWN.
d c 2.''65-3mo
I Deming &Co.
GMERAL lu1WARE, CITLERI
GENERAL ASSOR N WARE~
0, . C.,
REV. .A. 0. ST PI'khRlPAL,
Assisted biy aceonipl . nsIruet'or4 in sl1'
TrjH E Aet 8egsion .will begli op Thltes
Iday, January 4t4a, 1866, and end' the
18th of MIay. . .
The Second Bessiob 'will, begin Mlay 21ef,
and end October 12th, with Iwb week. sses.
tion in August.
Rates. of Tuition for First.8pssion,or half. -
year ; payable, one half in advande, and the
residue at the expirstt en of the Aret Ialf of
the Session,.say 19th M arch.
Collegiate Departmea$t, $20 06 to. '*2 00
Primary Departbent, 8ee. No. 1, .12 00)
Primary Department, hSe. %16 .
.Contringent Fee, . . Z 00
Alesld on 'iant,~ ,'20' 06
*Ose of Inefrutuient' - 8: og
4 Gn,~ reek of ea4ch eachW to 00
:D awn, $l &9, Paint ng in o 4. 00
esette Sb b~and Writinge :' 10 0g
,.odal-Munslo no chargie
.:These ohargde *i1l be reokonedtl speeie,
but paylebi may be inade ia paper enrren.
a cfpreiions, ' it t~e rate which is
jsomaeyfet Ihe tiene of settlement.
aTj~ttn wi WR) 1 com'duoted-4n the
la'btr l fetemale (Cellegesa--the seame
P twoue esai eudes ne
gate wthib I *,6eatei'
4ej ~a #tlb nt h
96 Idre lie es