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rNTER.:STINI iV'IkR FROM BuAzi.
n thie Heralde, of the 23d, is a letter
om Rio Janeiro, dated December 9,
865-a lata dite. it is, too-from which
e extract the following paragraphs:
While I wasin New York an erro.
conks impression seemed to prevaU that
he present war between Brazil and her
lies w'th Varagnzly. was a contost. he
wten monarchism and r(publicanism.
'hi is far from being the case. The
Mrazilians, whilo honestly calling their
overnment. an empire, are re4ly moro
rIblican in their institutions than the
araguiayan., while .Paraguay, .thomgh
republican in name, is in reality an ab.
solute despotism, .and has been pret.ty
much alwatys so since the reign of terror
tinder that fantastic madman, Dr. Mrit.
cis, who, by the way, was more knave
The Gov&nment of Brazil is one of
the most liberal on earth. No where is
the liherty of the.citlzens more respect.
eq. True, naturalized -citizens are still
subject to certain' eisabilties, but these
will be undoubtedly removed in time
under a reforming .ruler, such as Don
Pedro. An enviable feature in this
Governiment is the obedielce paid to the
laws. During the three dafs' fetes and
nocturnal illtinriations consequent on
the reture of the Emperor trom the seat
of war; not onlse'rious disturbance took
place. As muc~h could not, be said of
ceortain other civilized commun'ities.
Office Charlotte & South Caro
lina Rail Road Company.
WINNNa11snoao,' S. C., Januaiy.29, 1800
IN consideration of tli'6 difficulties of
- access to Coluimbia, froim the line .of*
this IRoad, lite Directors invite the annual
meceting of tie stockholders in thim Comepany
at Cliarlot te, N. C., on. Wednesday. it. 10
o'clock, A. M., seventh clay of February
Stockholders and their immediate fnmi
lies will pass free over the road goineg to and
returing, from the n e tinlg in reasonable
tie. - 0. BOUKNIGIIT, Soc'ty.
C 0O1 TYO N I'R- E S S
CRE ow prepNred to COMPRESS
TSANSPURTATIQo OR STOR AGE.
By this systeni of compressing, there is
a saving to the sihipper of a per contage in
freiglit,.and preventing loss by wear and
tear, besides securing to the seller a higher
priae. Orders taken at. the Press, adjoin.
ing the South Carolina Railroad Depot, Co.
litnnbia, 8. C.
FISHEA & LOWRANOE,
(Successors to Fisher & Agnew & Co,)
'M AM 4 T., COLUM BIA,9 S. o,
EA LlRS in Fanny and Staple Dry
Goods, Hardware, Cutlery, Iron,
Steel, Agricultural Implements, Paints, Oils,
Window Glas, Groceries,.Wines,'tiquors,
&o., &e. Terms Cash.
Sheet Iron, 8i cents per'*pound. Flour.
$lg per barrel. SpIrits 'Turpentine,' 76
cents per gallon, by the barrel. Dry Brown
-Sugar, 16 to I1Feaftt per pound.
F1811ERL & LOWlRANCE,'
jan 066--2 * Columbia, -8. C.
-JNo. C. %Et0EIl, ' 0. DIERCKS
FQ1LWA DING AGENTS.
TjI NG"'''"'A a. lrg-ad con
L.venlent Storehouse 'cia Main street,
in this city, we are prepare'd't receive
Goods on CoqiplissIn or for Ta ' mssloo
,to any point. No efforts will be sp4I'bto
ive the utmost satilnfaction to all who mey
fvor us with their citatom. Hlaving al -
ways tams and wagons at our command,
f(bele sall be no delay, and our charges
shall be moderate. Goods. will also be re
oelved in storage.
' .'A large stock of Groseries, Liqjuor~s,
prain, etc., for isle at fair market prices;
W' Charleston - 'urier, Winnseboro'
Nett, Chester Binnded .Camden Journal,
Newberry Hlereld, will publish three time.
pnd send bills.
'ALL person. are hecreboy forewarned,
nagainst, truldln- for a ntof hand,
irawn and -lu~ly - MA88BY; of
~easter Dlt q, uda bl. to me,
dAted on the 17th of Manch 10, for the
Amount of en0 usa4 and ighty olr,
ethe saane ha hel or~5 molla.
-RICHARD CAT4ICA RT'.
*8W". The Coluia - PhAltd, Chester
.$Standard and Chaklette 'Amse, will cp
#nota weeltfor. f6p and sen4 bii
PURE "BOYD'S PROLIFIC COTTOY SEED."
Besides the remarkablo yiend of tils
Cotton', its qual1y .is very superior.
A. B. SPRINGS,.
near Fort Mills, C. & S.'C. it. R.
STATE -TAX COLLECTORS
AND) CO )MM iSiSION I'RSI'TO A P.
AUPtOVE PUBLIC SEURItTIES. are
hereLby notitied fitha thle Act. of o~ecemnber,
1865, "To rnike supplies." &c , (see. 8.) re
quires "The Treasiurer to cause file oficial
bonds of the several Tnx Collectorm of i i,
State to be examined by the Conmiissioiers
appointed in their respective Tax lDistricts
to approve public secturities. and it the aid
bonds are toimd to ho suflicient and sni is
factory. they shall re-uabiim ftheir origlilni
approval thereof; but if foind insutliciiit
and iunsatisfact ory,-they shall require the
same to be re-oxecutel nnil renewed with
good anl sutlicient sutreties." Th POSTI
OFFICE and ADDlRESS of each Tax Col
lactor, and of eacl Chairniis Of 0th 1le B)a1d
of Coinnisioners. iust bi furnished to me
without delay, so that, information as to the
penalty of each boind and the names of the
sureties thereto muay 'he forwarded. If
Comnissioners shiiuld adjudge any bond to
be insutlicient and uinsatisfactory, they will
immediately give notice thoreofto the Trea
surer or Coinpit rolIer-0enerail. -
W.M. 1100OD, Stato Treasuirer.
State Treasury 'Oflice, Coltnibiia. .January
22, 1846. # jan 27'66-2
COMPTiOLLER-GENEll AL'S OFFICE.
T AX COLJECT6S an hereh
iotitied that their honds inmust be ai
proved by the Coinnissioners ifp approve
public securities,. in accordance with the
foregoing notice of t lie Treasirer. IIEF(, It
TIlE FIRST OF APItl l NEXT. o(ter
wise they will not be anuthorizel to prooe.d
t colleet. paymientsc of taxes after mai:ukingr
t heir assessimenss
JANIES A. UG.\ K,
Compt roller-G0e ieral.
,.MIKELL, BOYLE & 00-9
FOR WA RDING'
COLUMBIA, S. C.
n. *w. - i MixLr.. W31. noYLfl, .A. L. SMi111.
jan 25'66-1 mo
Y hr tyvestel in me by the
I- 'Will, on Tuuleay, 6tli o lebruaryiiext,
I*will sell at public aucition all lie perso11m1
property of .ohn Mcinster, deceasel. con
sisting of lIousehold and Ketchin Fuiriiiii,
%kagons. Plows and 'lantation u:tensils,
,placksmiith and Carpenter Tools, Cows,
A L1o, ,
Four Shares Charlotte & S. C. Railroad
Stock, and.twelvoSihares in Planter's Bank
Terms of sale cash,
'. IF. McMASTEdf. Execut or.
B f virtue of tho .Will. of Henry
Worthy, deieased, we will sell at.
the Scaif's Ferry place, on lroad River, oin
Friday the 2d lay of Febriary next, six
iindred bushels of Corn and four hiundred
tishels of superior Cot ton Seed.
Terms inade known on day of sale.
All persons having denmaids against the
deceased, will hand them in immediately.
. -ILTUET1T WOILTI IY, ~ euo
WADE WORLTIIY, Exctos
GEQYH. WALTERI& OY.
FOR WARDING AGENTS,
WIL L establish themselves at Coltnvbia,
8.Con the completion of the
South Carolinna Railroad to that point.
where they will be happy to serve their old
friends anti patrons. Than'kful fos pjust fa
vors they will endeavor by prompt attention
to merit a contInuance.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to their friends In Charleston, New York and
january 16'66-lno- -
VM. G. WfHILD~Nl &"LD""
jormerly of Hayden, & Whtilden,
fisUNGT.,CORNE R OF BEAUFAAIN ST.,
fAS\ ~ned a completo stock of'
FurnIshing Articles, Crock.,
ery and ChId Glagi l are.
Plated Godi s'of every variety, Clocks,
Watche. and' ewelry. Pocket and Table
Cutlery, nckte IBaskets and Blrooms
Wateheg and 3 eryrepaired. Old Goid
and Silver prIeued Orders promptly
tilled and forward . .
CNARES N, S. 0.
T HIS HOU8E hmA' bearu THOR.
.OUOH LY REP RtID nd. RE
PURNISHI)~, and cane oe eteeleg by
a inR~ the olt(. JQS8P 'URCEL,
t - aroloor.
STOLL, WEBB & Co.,
IM~CR IOF''S OLDr SlTN ja,I
18,7 i uq S'., o <!oors 1 no Went worth.
ATE have n'OW o(12iiN- anl on h.12(I
Y It ayery birge nd well elected stock
wh iich12 we (fIe nt W holsale adill Ietail.
1: %inl ha ulng lo exp<;-i'Inco inl tile Dry
hoo.d lhsinless bef'ore ,1116 war, we kno1w
n- hAt oin t are iosi ineedoi' by plait
er col illi ers L, n, -1ly .11111 'ill l -
:0ys Reep on harl hand it fuill tck of1 planters
(Woo o ever.v kinld. , . 6
We keep 'ir Stock conlstanitly r'eplenished
by every senimer, 'with tie muost attrnctive
han.. an ' cnsumers generai~y, 10 call anid
i ct, (urt' stock. consistini. ill' part of
lilanke1. Plhiin, (verse vs. Osn1abin-g,
Lfg wll 'hirtinlv, VileweLud, .ngot,
Fink, Sea LIIIsn s:on Sirrings,
e i 2Iinen2, CaIli s. ing
1 S ?' 4. 4)4 1 a -4
3erin'es. Je Laines. P'twplin.s, Colored Al
paceas. l'igureld Poplics. !!laek Silks,
150ubl i nes4, h. la Alt''ccas,
and Crapu 'll .
Together with every var.ety to ho foundlil
inl our' he. wlich we tIer at1 . 1t0 lowe)st
ST()IL, WilillU & Co:.'
No. 2 -,7 King '1 ., 3 doo's below #Ilentworth,
C harX lesiln, S. C.
It C. STOLI., Charleston,
I A l11, 1.IN \11 I i,
Dissolution cf Copartnorship.
iii under tih s4y-le of 22etchi &
2' e t ier, ., i t h d y (81t .Jlanuary,) dis
F(olvedk by inut'Mtal consent. The nan11 11 of
Ilb - bin6 nmy be uised4 hj either. patty inl
Tim itersi nd 1 241 lmv thin Iay (81h .tn
"i:uY,) 4'12ti-'l in.; :I -c2partner-hip, 6 for the
trau11rLlmtionl of, n Gen'rll- .\ercantile 3us.i..
22eo, 2i i stor2e oImerly, ~occupied by
C S:It'Sim->12on an tiimder th style of'
.h 1a, lea~ster & c. .
11. S. KETC IlN,.
-11 G. 1.Al-1ATtl'
a .\' ) . $1. 1BRICE.
Ketohin Moaster & Co.,
AV \F rec4ivei a carel'aIIy selected
. Slock ofGoods. twhich tihey in2vite
Ilhe atention of* foryelL patrons of thie old
tirt and of' thet pub gCI4 enerally. They
li-e v o2 hnd and are receiing t general
Ih G ood!, lothing. Slioes, ints, School
looks, lAt'ldicin. Iies 224Soap21 Permnty,
PtI ly mind Window lass, Tii Ware
Cooking 1;iov cs, Grocerier,
I1rdwaire, ligging and '
Rop, llrooms and
And all other ari.*ls usually kept in cottn
.11n 1 3Ii-- t I'
MIN, Pens, Dry IlidIes, and1 all Country
e Prodne', for gonls or nsih.
KI'TC'I I N, 11c1A STE IL & CO.
jail 16,6I---if No. 1, lIotel Range.
I TEAC il ES are notified ilithat we are ahlo
1 2 t furisht~ thlem wviith books and sa
lionery ait low pies. Any articles niot 0on
1hand4 will 1b4 42btained4'2 by Express at'short
notice. hK WITCHjN, AlASTER & CO,
jani 12$'G;--t 1 No. 1, Hotel Range.
Sorghum Syrup I!
9 B.ARRtlSI4 4'x4ICien Sor'ghum Syrtip,
. KETlClIN, AlcMASTER & CO,
jani 1l''IA--.(,' No. 1. hlotel Ihng '.
JOIN InaIv & CO..
Importers ani Wilolesale Dealers In1
R IOCElIUE,4, P'rovisions. Flou , For.
o ign and Domestic Liciu2o'rs ~nd CI
gars. Crookery, Ilollow-Waro and GlasB
2000 Sacks Llverpool.Salt to arrive.
Nio. X8 lInsel-Street,
nov 9'65--lnm Charldst-on, 8. C.
D, F. FLEMfING & CO.,
Boots., Shock, Trrumks, &c.,
2 Hayne Street,
CQRNH-R Oil' ClIIUR 0H-STREET,
CH ARLESTON, S. (3.,
HlAVING reautiped business at their old
standl., 2 Ilay'ne-Street, corner of
Chureh-Street, are now reci~eivlng a large
and well assorted 4took of.
- . TR SNIKS, &C.,
. Which will bo' sold a6 the lowest. tuarket
plaro' The patronage of~ former blends
and bhe pblic .1s respectull~ .oliol~
D. frFL 3t ING, BAW A. Nms4OK,
JA . M.!WIL80N.
(so 280G f . - . - .
1IX0 leave to intorin all my
1: ionds t hat. I have restimed moy
business in the manufacture of
BOOTS and SHOES,
in tlhe best. anl finest style by White Me.
chinics, and hope they will call and judge
R. W. BONEY.
Boots and Shoss Made and
O N Fhoyt est notice and-in neatest style.
By Wmi. Saunders, formerly servant to
S. G. lia'kley, Isq.
N. BI. A fer twentg e years experience
le hopes to marit patrotange by honesty and
good behavior. References S. G. Barkley,
Esq., 0. It. Thoinpson, Esq., lev. V. E.
Boggs. jan 11'60-1mo
WATCHES, CILAINS, DIAMOND RINGS, &C-,
T OR TIU over ono million dolars L I
*Y All to he sold for one .one dollar i
each, without regard to value! Not to b 1
paid tot until you knkow what you are to
recOive- SPleldid list of articles! Ali o I
be sold for $1 each.
250 Solid Silver Dining Sots, $75 to $300 1
500 Silver Savers and Urns 50 to 250
500 Solid Silver Tea Sets comn.
polote, 60 to a00
151 Iltosewood Musical Boxes,
2,.tirs, 75to 260
200 Mahogany Musical Dozes,
24 air:. 50 to 200
250 Gold lianting Watelhes, 75 to 200
250 Ladie' Enamelled Gold
Watchrs, 50 to 200
500 Gotut.s' Hunting Silver
Watches, 3. to 100
)500 1,ia-fuace Silver Watches, 25 to 60
500 1 vory Opera Ginsses, 25 to 000
500 ti berof Pearl Longuettes, 60 to 100
300 Six Barrel Revolvers, 15 to 50
400'Single andl Double'Shoeters, 10 to 60
300 ilegant Oi! Paintiigs, 60 to ' 100
254) Marblo Staites, Busts, &c., 50 to'. 200
250 Dinmond Rings, 50 o 10)
5.000 Plhoto. Albums, all sizes 5 to 60 1
2,'000 Gold Vest and Neck Chains, 16 to .80
3,000 Cold Oval Band Bradelets, 5 to 10
5,0:11t) Chasel Gobl Bracelets, 6 to .12
2,000 Clanteleno& Guard Chains 6 to 20
7,000 Solitare & Revolving
Erooches. 6 to 10
2,000 Lava & Florentino,fBrooches, 4 to 10
5,000 Coral, Opal & Emeral do 4 to 10
5,900 J Mosiac, Jet & Lava. Ear
drops,. 4 . 4 to 10
7,00t Coral & Emerald Eardrops, 3 to 8
5.000 California 'amonld Pins, 6 t'o 20
5,000 California ster Diamond
Patin., 8 to 10
3,000 setai Solitare Buttons and
Studs, a to 10
3,000 Gold Thibles, Pencils, &o., 8 to 8
10,000 Lockets, double-glass, '. 3 to 6
5,000 Lockets fo@Minatures, 5 to . 19
8,000.0old Toot lpicks Crosses,&c., 8 to 8
5,006 plain Gobi Hlings. .4 to .11
6,000 chased Gold Rings, 4 to 10
10,00) Shiela.& Signet Rings, 8 to 10
1-0,000 California Diamond Rings, 8 to 20
7.500sets ,6ladies' Jewelry jot, 6 to 10
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, coral, 8 to 12
5,000 sets Ladies.t' Jewelry, onyx, 10 to 16
5,000 setLadies' Jewelry, lava, 12 to 20
2,500sets Ladies'.Jewelry, mosnic, 20 to 20
10,000 tGold Pens with Sil. iold
era, * 6to 10
5,000 Gold Pens with Gold hold
erk, *0 to. 12
>,03) Gold Pens & holders, sup'r, 10 to 16
5,000 Silver Goblets & Drinking'
Cups. 8 to 10
3,000 Silver Castors'& Wine hold- .
ers, 16 to 60
2,000 Silver Fruit & Coke Bas
ketp, 20 to' 60
Messrs. Parkinson & Co., No. 208 Broad
way, New York, Extensive Manufacturers
and iniporters of many of the leading and.
most faushioniable styles of Watches and
.lewely, desiring to increase their business
to an unhinaited extent, have resolved upon
a Great Gift Sailo, subject to the regulations
Ceatiticates naming eacha article anal its
valua, are placed In Sealed Envelopes and
well moixed- Onte of' these envelopes wil l o
sent by ail to any address on recejpt'bf
t wenty-flve cents.
All Articles Sold at One Dollar each, withesit
regard to value.
On receipt of thae certificate you will see
what you are going to ha~ve, anld then it is
at youtr opt ibn to aend the dlollar and take
thae article or not. Purebasers may thtus
obtain a Go1(1 Watch, Diamond Ring orrany
set of Jewelry on our -list for One Dollar,
andl in no case can they get less than one
dollars' worth, as there are no uncertain
ties. The p'rice of certificates is as fol
lows: One for 25 cents; five for $1;t eleven
for $2 ; thirty for $6, with elegant premiwn;
sixty-five for $10, with bonus; one hundred
for $15,-and handsome present- to the getter
up of the club..
A gent want ed everywhere, to whoam spe
cial indnicements are offered. Addereui
'PFA CIN80N, & CO., Importers,
208 Broadway, New Yewrk,
C. D. C.ARR & CO.a
T"EALER8 in Carpets, Oil Clotha, Mat
Itins, Window -Shades, Patent Step
* ALSO, ,
Tailor's Ttkmmings of every variety, whioh
they offer to the trade at New York Jobbing
prIces. 80 Broad St., Charleston, 5. 0,
dee 5' 05-8mo. .
Cow For Sale,
. GOD MHLOH COW. fir isle.
*.A pi. y at t~yl oflJ3E
PIONEER LINE OF STEIAMERS.
3altimore, PlilIndelplaIn, New
York aad I1ostoa, via Albe
marle aand Cliesepeake
THE COMODIOUS NTEAMERS
PIONEER and COMMODORE ADAlUN,
W ILL leave Now Berne for for Norfolk
on 'TUESBAY of each .week- at'8
>'clock, A. M., connecting with the different
ines of steamers for the above named
>Oints. On and after .the first day of De
ember next they will leave on Tueeday and
?riday of each week, meaking semi.weekly
rips. Shippers of Goods will receive every
aoility and accoromodation for the trans
)ortation of the same, as ar.rangements
lave been made with the difereut 'compnn
>anies to forward goods to tba line at: low
-ates and without delay. Each of these
teamers are.capable of carrying'
MO HUNDRED AND ' .
FIFTY'1ONS OF FRElGIRT
hrongh the canal without difficulty, am
hey were built expressly for the trade.
'hey are fitteil up with STATE ROOMS
md BETIIS capable of accommodatibg
hirty-five' passengers. Every attention
will he paid to the comfort of piassengers,
who will not be uslibjectto the inconvenience
>f transfer to ot r vessels, but will be ta
cen .hrough direct. without ch'ange.
Th, tables of the steamera are liberally
inpplitel with the best the Market 'nffords.
faiailies traveling .will find it to their- In,.
crest to take this line, as they will thereby
'cape the danger and disconfort of a sea
ote, and the fatigue of railroad travel.
On the 15th of December next, if tio
>usiness of the line warrants it, the steam
ir WILLIAMS will be put on the route, and
ri-weegly trips will be made.
For freight or passage apply to WHIT
!'ORD, DILL & CO., New Blorne, N. C.
DAVID WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
JOHN 0 fMMINS,
Boot, Shoe and Hat House.
3olo agent for the Spring Valley White Lead
Liusoed, Kerosine Oils, &c,,
NO. 141 XNEETING-ST RKET,
OPPOSITE HIAYNE. .
Charleston, 8. C.
deo 28'65 1imo
'I'. M BR IST'OLL,
Wholesale Dealers in
M 63eduy Street, corner of Ihazel,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BTOOK RKPLENIsUtD tWEEKLY IY 8TEAMRn.
r. M. BRISTOL, C. T. DUNHAM,
L L, Deming & Co.,
GENERAL HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
EIOU*sE FURINNSIIIVUi GOODS,
3ENERA'L A,880RTM1ElT OF TIN WARE,
'.'' 'CHARLESTON, 8s.,
Oppoplte Charleston' Hotel.
Winsboro' Female Seminarye
R EV. A. Q. S'TACY, A. M., PR IN~l PA L,
Assisted by accomplished Instruetors in all
TiLrat Session will begin on Thurs-.
.I.dy,J Japwary 4th, 1866, and end the
18th of May. --
The Seond Session will begin May 21st,
and end October 12th, with'two weeks vaea..
ion Ia August.
,Rates of Tuition for First Sesion,or half
year ; payable,- one half In advanee, and thte
residue at thxebxpiraticn of the Avst half of
the Bession, say 10th March.
Collegiate Departamena, $20 00 to $22 00
Primary Department, See. No. 1, 12 00
Prmay eprten, eo2, ' 1600.
Contingent Fee, ' . 20Od
Mtmuio on Piano, . 20 00 5
Use of Instrument, - - 8 0
Latin, Oreek, 6*'Frenoh, eaeh '15 001
Drawing, S1o 00, Palnting in~ Oil, -20 0~
Phonetic Sfhort-hand Writing, 19 OQ
Voeal Musio, no charge.
Thesj elihargee will be reekonedibspeeie,
but pa~Yment smy be made (n'papet out~ren.
cy or la provision., at, the rate whioh Is
,4ustomety at. the time of settlement.
The InstitutIon will be ecnducted, op the
plan pf our best Pethal. OClles-.he same
elasses-the seme siudios, se.
Those who.oo'mplete the .,oorse will1 re
eie a graduating eertifleste,
- Particular atention will be given to the
ehfldrea in the Pualmary Department.
-Perpa desiring board should eommunie-,
es witih the Prineipal.
'F~or futrther information, apyt
4.'14'66-ytt Wi'sborgy,'.. 0.