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. .. 1 CEIVE
LARGIC assortrmit. o:.
Ware, Sifter", D. D.'Dkots ole
ather, Crackers, Bhoe Phgt,Cot
Nails,.Dristles, Blind Bridles, Oar
aen Seeds, Flour, Corn beal
Candy. Window'. Glass,
lucilage, Paper, Meersehauin Pipes, c.
'oths and" Cassgn'res, " ticoes, lomnespIns,
Lien Bosotn $hirts Cqrsetts, Misses
Iloop Skirts, Drevis Buttons, Delta
and Aluckles, Ladies' Linen
- Collars, Shi Fronis,tel
ored -Dantask, Loe,
Blank Books, Almanacs, &c., &a.
Large assort ment of Iloots and Shoes.
J.arge assortreut f llardware and Pot..
ware to arrive.
'STRAYED or stolen fron the
I Government stables in. Winneboro,'
on the night at the 10th January,' a heavy
-bay mare MULE, about sixteen hands high,
branded on the left shoulde' with the letter
0. having the marks of a cartsaddle on the
back anhd a .sear on the right. hip, for
which the above reward will be paid if. de
livered at my plantation- hear Camden or
to Dr. Clarke in. Winnsboro'.- Any N
formadii concerning said mule will be lib.
erally rewarded. T. If. CLAIl.KE.
J..(I T L OYLE A co
- rL T'm -
CO MISSION M-ERQIANTS,
QLUMBIA, S. C.
X. W. xI KxRu ' . OTLR, ' SAN. 1.. eXIIt.
Jas 25'66 -1o
JIJ STAI ECEI VED
NO. 4. BANK RANGE.
A LAROM anortinent of Holl16*
Ware, Pots, 8kille, Spiders, &e.
Family Wheat FloI, iluckwhea6 Pier,
Cotteu and Wooqen- Goods. Dants, fhats,
L.adts 014lik, Wooden Ware, Clocks, Sad.
-dIes, Bridles M&qA..' he.
EI4JOTT & CO,
VytMthoilty . ieste4 a ene .y the
1T teon eladay, Othof Febrmary next.
Iil 0 a" publile auction all the personal
tr Of obn MoMaster, deceased, coo.
Oil g tocs'hold and KTehin Farniture,
ia i. , iind- Plintatio; 'Utensils,
.-1e stalth and Carpenter Tools, Cows,
* SLO, ,
. Four haies Char6tie &, 6. C. Raillroad
-Stock. Ahd twolVIShares in Plapter's Bank
- TertiI fsaeoA ash,
G:l. MeMASTEft .xeeuter.
urat 0terms,~ for the present, will be at
rae of 0p'er, unm Subscriptions
~eevecis for 3, ii and 12 mothis, payable
* Advertising'.'-One square, ten~ lines,
* ihael ontinuuationu, Seventy-five cents.
* Lees titan a square, Fifteen centsi]
line for first, insertion ; Ialf Price for es
Postma,iters and others throughout I
poonntry, who may interest themselves
procuring sybscriptiona, will be alhowed
tsual per contage.
JNO. C. SEES
-O ' ANDf1YER NA T
IFOR WARDING AGFJTS,
loodto o'mm61ss, fest Trasissios
~any point.. No f~rt will b4 paed Cet
ve tb.otm*atsttIt 9alt %mA
e ' sa e o k es
A lsegg aZ 4
end sen l* A
- ala note of land
drken au biASEY oR
ahoea~iY jstrot,,- " n paab lo ko .mit:
d 7tl of MIo, abio* fo ,l~
a nt, e thousand i~olght dollars
a 2 4the b been- lost: or milaid '
,.<',;. C A&lD CATI CA;tT. -;
The Colmbia' 11;z, bester
Statudid and Charloltt 'lias. will cop
once a wieek foir four weeks .nI sendc bi l
to this .ffice
ATE tIlINDIAMoN -in,
W ORlYc' vern 0 niilion dollars!
All to be sold for 'one one dollar
each,, without regtrd: to vajt4iI Not to be
paid for until yott know irhat yot. 're to
receive. - Splendid list of articole,1 All t
be sold for $1 esch
.250 *olid Silver'Inlhg Set t75 to $'300
600 Silver Savets and ,rn 50 to 250
600 Solid Silver Teti8ets com.
PtE,, 50 0to 800
160 itosewood MsIsl 'Dpxest
82 airs, . 76(o 250
200 Mahogany Musica 7
24 airs,' 0 to 200
250 Gold Hunting WateheM,;, 75 to 200
260 Ladies' Enamelled Gold
Wateto, . 5 60 to 200
600 Gents' lunting "ilver
Watches. -. to 100
600 Open-fhle Silver Watches, .25 to i50
600 Ivory Opera'Glasse, - 26 to 0001
600 Motherof Pearl Longnottos, 50 to 100
30081x Barrel Ilevolveis, 15 to 5)0
500 Single and Double Shooters, 10 to - 50
800 Elegant Oil Paintings, 6 to 100
260 Mattbit Statues, Bust.s, &a., 5 to 200
250 Diaimonl Rings,. 60 to 100
5,000 Photo. Albums, all sizes 5 to 0,
2,000 Gold Vestand Neck Chains, 16 to 30
8,000 Gold Oval Dand 1)rntelets, 6 to' 10
5,000 Chased Gol'd braceles,, ( to 12
2.000 Chhteleno & Guard Chais 6 to 20
7,000 oliture & Revolving
a rooohes, 5 to 10
2,000 Lava &1Florentiiao, Irooche,4 to 10
),000 Coral, Opal & Emneral do 4 to 10
6,000 Mosia, Jet & i.ia Eqr-.
drops, 4 to 10
7,000 Coral & Emerald Eardrops, : to 8
5.000 California Diatnopd l'Ins, r to 20
6,000 Calif9rnaia Cluster Diamond
Ptnes, 8to 10
8,000 sets Solitare Buttons and
Studs ' 3 to 10
3,000 Gol Thimbles, Pencils, &o.,'8 to 8
1.000 Lockets, doube-glass, 8 to 6
, 000 Loc.kets for M innuie, 5 to 19
8,000 Gpld Toothpicks Crosscs, &c., 8 to 8
6,000 plain Gold lings. 4 to 10
6,060 clp -ed Gold Itings,. 4 to 10
10,000 Shield & Signel Hings, 3 to 10
10,000 California Diamond Itings, 3 to 20
7.600sets Ladies' Jewelry jet, 6 to 10
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, coral, 8 to 12
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry,onyx, 10 to 15
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, lavn, 12 to 20
2,600sets Ladlies'Jewelry, mosaic, 20 to 20
10,000 Gold. Pens with 5il. hold. -
ers- 5 to 10
0,000 Gold -Poens with Gold hold.
P era, d to 12
6.000 Gold Pens & holders, sup'r, 10 to 1>
6,900 Silver Goblets & Drinking
.- Cups 8to 10
06 ler Castdre 4.Wine hord.. . to 1
-. ers, - .. ,. 15 to 50
2,000 Silver Fruit &k' Coke.Ias
ke,.. 20 to i0
Messrs. rarkinson &'Co., No. 208 Broad
way,- New York, Extensive Manufacturers
and importer-of thiany of the. leading and
no-t fas hi onpble styles of Watches and
Jewely, desiring'to increase their business
to an unlimited extent, have resolved upon
a Great Gift Sale, subjet to the relulations
Certificates iamivi eaeh arille and its
valua, are placed in SeAled Envtopes and
well mixed. One of these envelopes will be
sent by mail to any address oqi receipt of
twenty-file cents, .
AU Article. .Sold at One D)ollar eeah without
regard to vali.
On receipt of the eertificate you will see
what youi are going to have, and thon it is
at y~our,~ option to send the dollar and take
the article or not, Pdrobaset's mray tihus
obt ain a dold Wateh'Dqtokd iRing ow. any
set of Jewelry o,0 9u l,1 frs 0 e Dollar,
and i e ease eat~ tle &t~l than 'one
delgF,' worth, as erg~*~ inoe'~i
ties. Thapr4tl9 ' u o
lows' O e for2 Rs' 1 olei
A eeriE M~~Wlm eM
o ud re etfully . irrite h r
- !l pub io to call aid examine
th consist ing of
(Irocerles of all kinds4
and many other artloe)1.
STOLL, WEBB & CQ,
BA NCROFT'S OLD STAND,
287 King St., 3 doors ilow Werntworth.
E have now opened and on hand
a very large and well selected stock
which we cAfee at Wholesule and Retail.
laingj had long~ experienco in t1e Dry
Goods ihasitess before the war, we kiow
just walit Goods nre most needed by plan,
lers ail coisu miern' generally and will il.
wnys keep oi 11and i ftill stock Of plaUiers
Goods it every kind.
We licep oie stock consotantly replenisbd
by every steamor, with. tie Must attractive
We re~spectfully invite planters, Anier
chantis nit consumiiers generally, to call and
Inspect our stock, consistinig in part of
Ilainkets, Platins, Kerseys. Osnabitrgs,
lrawn Shirt ings, Ileached, Long.0Ioths,
Fine Sea Island rown Shirtlings,
Irish Liniens, Calicoes, Giug. '
hims. and (ambrics,
) lIt E S 8 G- 0 0 y
Merinoes. De Laineu, Poplins, Colored Al
paccals, Fiigured Poplins, llinek Silks,
llonhazines, Black Alpacoas,
- ami Craie ClothIs.
Together witk every variety td be rouid
in omir line, which we offer at the lowest
ST'OLL,. WiEnul& Co..
No.'287 King S1., .3 doors below. Weit worth,
Chamrlesm,n, S. C.
If C. STOLL, Charleston,
CIi ltLES W Eni, .
11. C. WALKrlt, .e
jan 18'65-lyr *
Dissolution of- Copartnership.
Ill copartiership heretofore exist.
r1 iig under the style of Ketlchin &
McMahte-r, in tuhis day (8th January,) dis
%olved by mutual consent. The name of
the trirm may , be used by either party in
The undersigned Ihavo thin day (8tha Jan
unry,) entered into at coprtierhi p, for the
tranaetion of a Gendral' Meroahnttle Busi.
ness, in tihe store fornierly oOupled by
C',reight & Simonton and under tho style of
Ketchin, MeMaster & Co. -
R. 1. XETCHIN,
. HI. McMA8TEIlI,
J A M ES Aj ShICE.
tchin, oMaster ..Co.,
.JAVF received a cnrefilly selected
Stock or Goods, to whibh Ib'y invite
the attentioi of former patrons : the -old
firm iantd of the public generilty., . hey
ha"e on hand aid aire receiving A general
Dry Goond, Clothing. Shoes, Hats hool
Ilooks, Medicines Soapsand Per 6.y
Putty and Window Olass, ThWA ,.
Cooking Stores, Orocerlies,
liardwvare, flagging anid
Rope, Jirooms 'and
And all qthier articles usually kopt la coun
jan i 18 66--ti
ORP D$ ry Hides, and alla
'Produce, r good or cash. p.
KET~liN 1' Mon ASTER &C0. *
J'EA0 ORIS are notified that o aj
ito. isihh them 'it boka u
tlonory a cosp00. 4 artliP~
hand wi~ tiIed y p0$
-t just ree 4 ,:
Jan 16'66-t f )
oy yand s.
tct aniAg1 by. White'
.4 , MM.1t~i.
oat and', Itdju
13,)A ind-l Saq. t-ho~
o NE dOr ()pIiff rs. MoMas
Jter's itotel..-:$9dtsa lare of the
publio-intronage. Alhibrk '4.. # at short.
est notico and bet s.ylo.' -
IN'1,iO & McMASTER.
Bots iand' i5. de and
N laortest noticeti 'I :eatesk style.
By Wn. Sande , fornierly servant 9i
S. G. Barkley, Esq.
N. 11. Atler twenty-fito yors experilene
ho hnpes to merit pai'ona'e by honeitty,and
glood behavior. Iteffteno'e' S. G. Darklef,
Esq., (). R. Thompson, Esq.. ltev. W. 9;
Boggis. jan 11,6-1o
WM. (. WHILDEN &z CO
Formerly of Ha'yden'& Wht8ilden,
iH KING ST., CORNEB OP BEAUPAN ST.,
CIARLESION, M. C.
AS opened a complet'e stock o
House Furnishing Articles, Crook.
cry and China Glass 1 are.
Plated Goodg of. every variety. Clocks,
Watches and Jewelry. Pocket and Tabli
Cutlery. Buckets,- Baskets and Broome
Watches and Jewelry repaired. Old Gold
and Silver purchased. Orders promptly
tilled and forwatided.
GEOTWW WALTER & SOY
WLA. esinblish themiselves a' Coiqamba
S.C., On the completion of the
South Carolina Railroad to that point,
where Ihey will he happy to serve their old
friends and patrons. Thaakful fol past fa.
vors they will endeavor-hy prompt attentiot
to merit a continuance.
Liberal ad'vances made on consignmento
to their friends in Charleston, New Yorkand
GREAT ONE .ULLAa
Cleaarisg-ost Sate of Jewery,
Uo ciotN uas Easte e. $941,s4
worla o Elegauat Jew.
INCLUDING Watche, Diamonds,
Bireeches, Chains, Lockets, Rtings, Gold
Pens, Silver and Silver Plated Tea and Din.
ner Service, Silver and Japanned Walters,
Brontes, Slat uet es, Sevres, Porcelaid, - BIl.
Jouterrie, PIotograpitic Albuifis, Pianos,
and, in tact, the entire stock of an old 'es
tablished Jewelry House to be closed outoan
on entirely niew and novel plan,
Each Article, without reference to it# Value,
' to he sold for One Doler!
The plan is this: Our :entire btoek of
Goods is appraised, and Certifieates o
Tickets, each naming some one. article -*j
our extensive assortment of Jewelry, etc.,
are placed 'in envelopes, carefully .saleod
and ihen thoroughly mixed in a' ease, The
number or those Certifieates correspond. to
the number of dollars at which otir stock oW
goods is valued. Upon the receipt by ius W
One Dollar, a disinterested person selects,
indiscriminitatoly, Fjve of these Sealed En.
velopes, each containing a Certileate,
which we send, wiihent, opening, to the
person who has ordered themi. Upon
receIving .and opening them . you are
entitled to whatever artioles the Cer
tificated name, upon .paymwent of One
Dollar for vach one. - It is a $50'W Piabto
or a $4 Locket, or a S:frO. Watch, or .a $11II
Diamo~nd Ring, or a $l'Soarf orBo59W Pin,
it is all the sanme Thp retur9,of any Cer
tifiqate to'us, with One polisert qatitles'you
tq vatever the Cetinicentgy-risne,,irre
Wecivo of its value. #Ae o tle val
nu 'less than One Rolttoaela.s
Oprtificate, it will'boe b teen that 'thi
JeNo Lottery, but a .stnghteferw ' tegi.
timate busnehq an'r gi h, Vhehma .ge
ya'rtlpated in by -the'oett- s,
Yolt receive your:CertitluMs, a f thiey
:n somethIng wich ~'c weat, ensome
soltie of value, as an ' ee, a Oiold
etch, Diamond B SJh~a tatu te,
Piano, Pin, Ring, et*,$r#
get; if' not, you let it; ~ b'Ite
To reimbprse us tr1e dfs itr
adverting, and forwardli li Cetl 4
we eharge as followst U 1C
Eleven for $2; Twenty - e
for $4; Thirty 'for $5A
dred (1v or
- 1'K~ ,I~~ V
PO1NEER 'ad COMMODORE ADAMN,
W ILL leave New Berne for for Norfolk
on TUESDAY of each week at a
e'cloek, A. M., connecting with the different
jines of steamers for the above named
points. On and aftei the first day of De.
oember next they will leave on Tuesday and
Friday of each week, n'aking semi-weekly
trips. Shippers of Goods will receive every
facility and accommaodation for the trans.
portation of the same, as arrangements
hate been made with the different compan
panics to forward goods to this line at low
rptes and without delay. Each of these
steamers are capable of carrying
TWO RUNDIED AND
FIFTY TONS OF FREIWIT
thfough the canal without difficult;, as
they were .built expressly for the trade.
They are fitted up with STATE ROOMS
and, BETH$ eapable of accomiodating
thirtyfave passeagers. Every attention
will be p aid to the comfort of passengers,
who will tot be subject to the inconvenience
of transfer to other vessels, hut will be ta
ken through direct without change.
The tables of the steamers are liberally
supplied with the beet the market affords.
Families Jraveling *ill flil it to their in
terest to take this line, as they will thereby
escape the danger and discomfort of a sea
route, and the fatigue of railroad travel.
On the 1Gth .of December next, if the
business of tile line warrqnts it, the steam.
rWIL.LIi S will be put on the route, and
.rI weckly trip: will be biade.
For freight or passage dpply to WHIT.
FQRD; DI LI & CO., New Berne, N. C.
DAVID WILLIAMS, Proprietor.'
Boot, Shoe and Hat House.
Sole agent for the SpringValley White Lead
Linseed, Kerosine Oils, &c,
NO. 141 MEETING-STRRET
oeros:Ta NAT1S '
Charleston, 8. C.
di* 28'" lM'e
Hit, Al R81FOLt,
Wholesale Dealers in
No. 169 bleett'ng $treet, corner of f16ad,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
1Toc1 RsPLSuitznND, wNERLT NTE TAMMR.
T. M. BRISTOLL, - .- T. DUNH AM,
a l Deming&Co.
CEIERIL VARDWARE9 CITLERY,
.EU1111 R wzPV N SHE GOODS.
GENERAL 'A8gOflTMiENT OF T1N WAlUE,
CIIA RLESTON, 8. 0.,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
-Ase sted by. accomplished Iustrueborse in all
,HE fs~t 8ession will begin on Thurs'
- - day, January 4th, 1866, apd endthe
15taof t ay.
+ T4%eeend Session will begin May 21st,
'a demid Oeopber 12th, with tWo weeks vaee.
T g for First 8essIon,orthalf,
one half in advance, and the
resiue a She*zpene of she Stat half ef
the B.Aw Is Magg,
1 e tmat. st200to $22 00
l is 011, 20 00
t~ 1.~d ene the
Ir tV.~ t-'e same