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Io1' n N:ws : nhe wrtter is confn
<1ent that lw spvnks the wisli of tite audi.
ecc of* thel Lidies' Concert of -ho' Iet
inst., when he Ioes that the t wo Cia
rades, atrick U'Reily and the Boun
'dory Line, be repeated at the inext Con.
certt ; alse, that Oe '.ArkansAs Tnvel.
erh' adde .1. Sgc-r.ATOR.
This year Ash Wednesday fells on St.
valnine 1's Day, atnt Easter uindiy otn "all
roo,'s daiy"-2bt: ofApriil. -
.l:ames B., Avernet., oiplin or Ashby's
comniand. ii preparing a life of 1th1t re
dtihl' e cavaic; and Iis companions.
Ex-Nriawlier' N. 'G. *vans, John. K.
Jlionmol, ndi lHenry 11. Jnesson, C. 8. A.;
are practietng law in- Augusta, Ga.
TO eoinition 'o0 Lonisville, Kentlicky,
iev' 15.0,'0 )0. In 1860' it was 84,000.
lion. F. A, C'nkling'has been nispointed
(ilector of the por. of -Now York.
Uens. Btler and. anks ihad an in(erv'iew
wvith the PresidentTunay
Major-Genertil T' erry, at. Richmond, ins
isied nit order invest.ihg nperintendents of
the Fieedmen's Bureau witi powers of-Pro.
i(bost 'shials. .
l'x-overnlor Rollins died l'h New Orleains
it tIle :0thti1. Ioi h flousts of' t ie L gisla
ture adjourned over.lu lounor of his memo
John Bll writesi: "I am not .informed
w.hat Anamlitications are-itquired at thle prves
ent tOune inl isahuseiittts but a few years
Igo, I helievO. property to tie amount of
two hiiirunred tin fiity doilars, ind1 to ho
:ble to) read anl writ, entitled 'a free matt
of color to Vote.' A. grant of the right of
suffriae to the Southern free mni of colo'
upini suchi a binis or standard of merit can.
not he biiigerouns. . I ain pe'rsuaded it would
be etireily sate andm proper.." .
'the GhIionii and Susini troops are in New
,r leans. I
. A Frnifel savant. nrgues tlott Adam was
o. huitnired and 4wenly.-three feet. gIne
iehes (ill, anld Eve otno hundred and eigh
inen feetninlile and threie-i outh inch es
Ihtit is lkil to the Moatimiiedian fahles,
which rnpresent ir first parent of' it ch
prodigious stitue, , that wihen Admit Stlool
wi:l ole foot on1 the top of a moutain ill
4eloin, the other was inl like sea, vind that
wh en FEve liy with her head on one hill near
3deeco, her knees rest el oil two ot~ier$ in
tih 1tlain, about two tnmtsket, shots asintier.
McCor mick, the inventor of the renping
Anine oi thInat hear' his t:1nme, has given
'10'.1109 for tie establishnenj of a profes.
'orsh.ii (o1f prtteiil intechanies in vaningih
tonl Colbiy'e, la eomided Over by Robet- .-'
I'e. Mht'orIiick is a at ive ot' Virginia.
F'11 deri tina Pp, peaiv Ung. of long pi-ayors.
1Ce sakid: i-When in-ter-was ende-,v1ing to
11nol the wnl-r to mIleet his Nlaster.4i',
i1(i was about Ainkitinl, hlad his, supillical
Hin bein as loing s tho introdtiion to
0ne of otr modernn lirayers, before he got
ihninighlo would hIave'0 beett ifty feet iuder
The -tri'li'of (ionertl Merenr, late of tie
(pol Cnlr In' army11, c hanriel with intirder in
hootitug seven' Iin.soldiers who hal join -
(A the rebtl army. for desertion, was fin
ishefl to.day. I'lhe testimonioly is favorahle
for \ierccr; it isibelieved lne will beacquit tent..
In Aiaumiva, this week, a law goos into
effe't prohibiting tiny persons of color from
owintig or carrying firearms. undpr a pen.'
nty of three montis iiprisontiment anid $101)
A telegram from ian Francisco,(Cal.). .of
the late of' the 2-Ith inst., states thatimt
dlimiage has been done to the interior of the
SIate by floods. A freshet hnd occirr'ed at
Stockton, which Vals vqry ievere in its cf.
freet. Ily titinely nel cvergetic efforta lim.
mnn't'ne laiage t.o property at Sacramento.
lby the flod wais prevented. Thd severestb
normnado that was ever experienced in that
nighnorhood occurnd at. (leneva, Nevatlo,
otn tine 18thn instant. ' Iouses- were u'uroofed
attnd nehrly every shpisl and anuthouso ini the
.placlevelledl to the grond. *
Tine New York corr'espondent of tho Balti
more Transerit~ states : ''I is'rdported- In
pnolitigal ciroles that. Mr!. WillIam P. Evarts,
one of otir mostprminent 1tzwydr's, Is ndaily
closote'nll alono 'w(th hiRs.-lawi-bo'oks, }ro
-pating for thne trial-h' J3ffpr'o-n'Davis. - H~o
.has beoun engaged by thb G ovornont for
the sum of one. hqn~dred thousand dollars.
and the great jturist now lhasuhiusintre soiul
int ttno matter. l[9 is~qtudyineg all (tho'old law
hooks Ito can lay blslhanuds ;on,.for Ilio putr
peo of' proourin~ o eonvcoti, andi -'all his
eote law )ki~n s-'is, for thio time' being
laid aside.' ~. on 4memtted'to se him
at his ollie; he li entiruot l i o'escupied
In making, the neocssary' -pro lodts for
the trial." '
One Hundrod La~borers Want
'JANTED) to *hire imnindatelv for
The Chiulotfo- & 8. C. Railroad,
One jInndred able bodied Laborers, (coor
*ed )t be employed iaiho reonoistruotton
Rtoad. Eliberail wages paid. A pply to WV.
*]. Croight, Riailroad Agent, C. Biouknight,
T'eturer or to' the undersigned.
. . W. GRE , , Enginaee.
loR. Tn 1*.IN !ANT t9p1ll h
foead h ufefQ whi odall raund,
.wht'in th~e 1fi0,. about' 1 hands huigl,
ahoutt 8 years..9)d &s d at $160.
1"tid ifors.e~t can '"f~n *AWf6mas ilin.
anlt, 11, miles seoth po', nea'
the main road to94 nysr Bay
aie Chureb, Fat 1 I
Jat jr a 1$: ~.
rj tindersigiied have receive(l antad
soffer for ale at White's Old Stand,
It new an(d choice assortment of
O NFI:CT1INA RY,
of till kinds,
fell .3 T. . SPRINKLE & Co.
N m W1 IITE CO UN MEA f, for
- KlTClIllN, MIcMASTIlM & CO.
feb 3.1'66--t 1
Butter and Eggs.
I"N' ' "TT'I't nad E S, con
taitly on liaud
KET(IIN, McMASTEIL Co.*
Jus;Received and for Sale;
DUBOSE ' EGLESTON & C0,
VALED assortment, consistingc
Groceries, Potatoes, Mackerel, Fliur, Self
Iaising nliir. :ti approred article,
lIardware'. Ctlnrns. Iuckets. Tubs,
of difelretii styles, Trace
Chains, lorse Slhoe Nails,
Nails, lloomso, Pow.
der in fia'sks, S.1 ot,
An assortment ot' Shoes.
A few Dry Goods, Calicoes, Ginghns,
lilandkerchief,.. &c. Expectel in a few
days, Ilough Points, Axes, Garden Seed,
.3Y virtiu of. in t r'etions from the
, 3.ot ,Zinn Society we will offer for
sale to the hiighest. hidder at Wintisboro',
n Mondiay the *5th day of Febriiary nlext,
all hIlie oireIt Iresl growing on. or beliinging
to the piece of woodland. lying in I ho rear
ofthIlie l ount Zion Inst itute lilinlg, and
which is ti rIopertyeof tho l ount Zion
.1. II. UION, ' ) Committee to col
S. B;. (IA)WNE; ,' duct (he sile.
Offico Charlotto & South Caro
lina Rail Road Company.
ViNsnoito,' 8..C., .l aquary .19, 186G.
N oidolernitiiln of the di flieiltis of
accesst o Collutbiia, from the line of
th is loid. the Directors invico the annual
Jiieeting If I lie stocChaolilerjin tIi s Company
lit Charlot te. N. C.,, on Waidnendaty! it la
O'Clock, A. M., -seventh day of l'ebruary
Stockholders and their imiitediate fargi
lies will pas free over the road going Jo awl
returning from the meet.ing in reasonable
ltine. C. iOU'NIGliT, So'ty.
jan r td5t
COTTO N PR ESS
RV iow prepared to COMPRESS
COTTON f)r' -
By this system of comprossing, there is
a saving to the shipper of a per centage in
freigntt, ani preventing loss hy ivear andI
tour hesides securing to the seller a higher
price. O.rdlers-taken at the Ptress, ndjoin
ing the $outh Carolina Railroad. Depot, Ce
lunibia, S. C.
FOR WAR DING.
5. W. .IJKELL, WM. BOYLD, JAS. 7Ns MITH.
MIL LS HOUSJS,
AREE~STON,- 8,. C
T UGH LY.REPAIR ED nt .
FURNI IIND, ated *annot' be eaele bay
a cin tiy. JOSEPHl PURCE~LLi
Jan 9'05 f , Pprietor.
i)Yuthort 'tested in monby tih
'. WIl on' 'u day, 6ther Felntaryte.~
I will soit p. uction all thd persq'si
property of J r aster, d4~4d~ou
liStIng of Ilouseho ad Ketch apwlu1e
Wagons, Plows ' a lantationi
Blacksmith 'and ater To
flogs, &o. AL
Four SharesCharlotta 8'.:0. 1roi~
Bok, an'd twelve Sha Plant'
'germs of sale oash . .~
STOLL, WlBB & Co.,
BANCE1OFT'S OLD STAlND,
287 King St., 3 lors Bklon 1Yentwiorth.
T E have now opeited atild on hand
. .veCry large and Well selected Stock
which we offo at Wholegale and Retail.
llaving had long experience in tle Dry
(loods llisinest bef'oro the war, w, know
just what Goods are most iikeded by pan.
ICkrs an1d consumers generally and will al
ways xeep on hand afull stocld of planters
Goods ot every kind.
We keep our stock constantly replenished
by every steancr, with tie'noat. attractive
We respectfully invito plantters, ier
chants and constiners generally, to call and
imspect our stock. consisting in part of
lilankets, Pinns, Korseys. (snabrgs,
Brown Shirtings, lileachd, Lon Clot hs,
Fine Sea l. l" d Bro w Shir ings,
Ir1ish1 Linejis, CalicoVs. Ging.
haltus. and Candbieg,
L R ESs GOO2.q.
Merinoes, De Lainesi, Poplins, Colored Al
acas, Figt4red .'oplins, Black Silks,
lotnbazines, Black Alpaccas,
and Crape Clo ths.
Together wit I every variety to le found
in otu liste, which we offer at t.hto- lowest
I' TOLL. W El & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 3 doors below Wentworth,
If. C. STOL L, Charleston,
CIIARLES WEBB, . . ,, -
I. C. WALKElt, ' a
jan 1W'65-lyr .
Dissolution of Copartnership.
rjI 114 copartnership heretofore exist.
,Ing tunidir Ilhe st le of Kelchin &
McMtter, is this day (I8th .lanuary,) dis
rolved by nititual consent. The namo of
the firmu may be" used by eit her party in
KETCHI!N & .M6MASTER.
,n 1 8'65-. f
The undersigned have this day (8th Jan
nary,) entered int o i copartnership, for lie
Iransiction stf a Gendril Mercantile Busi
nes, in the storc formerly: oceupied - by
Crelit-t & Sitnonbon and under lin style of
Kctchin, McMaster & Co. %
R. S. KETCHIN,
.. It. MeMASTER,
- 1A JAMES A. BRICE.
Ketchin, MoMaster & Co.,
AVE receiv.ed a carefiully selected
11 Stock of Goods, to which they invite
thu attention of foiner patrons of the old
thin and of the purblic generally. They'
haie on'hand Mnd are receiving a general
Dry Goods, Clotliug, Shoes, Hats, School
Books, Medicines Soaps And Porfumnery,
Pitt ty anti Window Olass, Tin Ware,
Cooking Stoves, Groceries,
lardwaro, Bagging anti
Rope, Broom. aind
And all other nrticles usually kept in coun
ORN, Peas, Dry Hides, and all Country
. Produco, for goods or ensh.
KETCHiIN,- McMASTER & CO.
jan 1W66--f -1 No. 1, HloteltRange.
ITEACH EilS are notitied that 'we are able
to furnish them with books and sta
tionery at l'w prices. Any articles not. on
hand will be obt'alned by Express. at short
notice.' EETCiIIN, McMAST RR & CO,
jan 166-tf No. 1, HotLd Range.
3 - o u yuBARRELS exuellet, Sorghum Syrup,
-) jus, received.
--KETCHIN, McMASTER & Co.
jan. 16't66-.--tf No. 1. H otel.Range.
. J. ai ~YIl&IA'& CO..
ImporterA and Wholesale Dealers In
R'IOCERIES, Provisions. Flour, For.
eigrA and Domestic Liquors and 0i.
gprn.- Crockery, Hollow-Ware. and Glas A
2000 Sacks Liverpool Stilt to arrive.
-No. 88 Hansel-Strect,
not 9'05,-8m Charlest on, 8. 0.
. FL1EMING & 00.,
Boots, shoes. Trunite, &c.,
2. Ha'yne Street,
CORNEA OF OJIUROH-STRZEET,
TT'VING resnmed business at ehey* 61
-LL stand', "2 layne-8treet,' oorner
C-kolStret, 'sto now receliig~ s;a-lg
~d well pesorted stoek of
~ gtlowest .1*et,
i oter ed
I EG leave to inform all my
I- iend that I lhave rAsuned mtly
bttsicness in the manufacture of - F
BOOTS and SHOES,
in the best and finest stylo by White Me
3banlics, aid hope they will call aud judge
0. R. W. 1ONEMY.
gn2'C.6- -t f'
Boats anid Shoes Made and
f N shortest notice ned in .nentest style.
A By WeTi. 1;anders, formerly servaint to
S. G . Barkley, lsq.
N. B. Aticer twenty-fie yers experience
he hopes. to merit pitronago by honesty and
good hoenvior. References S. . Barkley,
Esq., 0: R. Thompson, Es-1., Rev. W. E.
Bogga. jal 11'Gt-lmo
\?ATCHiES, lHAINS, DIAMOND RINGS, &,
W ORTll over ono million dollars I
All to lho sold for onte one dollar
each. without regard to value ! Not to be
paid or utiti you know what. you are to
receive. Splendid list. of artielese! All td
be sold for $1 vach.
250 Solid Silver Dining Sets, $75 to'S300
500 Silver Savers end Urns . 50 to 250
500 Solid Silver Tea Sets con
plece, - . 5 to 600
150 losewood Musical Boxes,
:32 airs, - . 75 to 250
200 Mahogany Musical Boxes,.
24 eMrs, .50 to 200
250 Gold Hlunting Watches, 75 to 260
250 Ladies' Eneamelled -Qold
Watcles, 50 to 200
500 Gonts' Hlunting Silver
Watches, 85 to 100
500 Openl-face Silver Watches, 25 to 50
500 Ivory Opera Glasses, 25 to 000
500 Motherof Pearl .ongnettes, 50 to 100
800 Six Barrel Rlvjlvers,. 15 to 50
5ti Single and Double Shoo.ters, 10'to - 50
800 Elegant Oil Paintings, - 64) to 100
250 Marble Statues, Busts, &c., 5 to' 200
.250 Diamond Reings, '50 101)
5,000 Photo. Albums, all sizes 5 t 50
2,000 (old Vost endNeck Chains, 15 to 3.)
,000 (told Oval Band Breele , 5 to 10
5,000 Chased Gold Bracelets, 41 to 12
2,0011 Chatelene & Guard Chains - 5 to 20
7, 000 Solitare & Rlevolving
llrooclhes, 5 to 10
2,00t) Lava & Florent ine, Brooches, 4 to 10
5,000 Coral, Opal & Etneral do 4 to 10
5,000 31osiac, Jet & Liva Ear. .
drops, 4 to 10
7,00u Coral & Emerald Eal'drops, 3 to 8
5,000 California Diamond Pins, 5 to 20
5,000 California Cluster Dianond
Pllni, ''3to 10
3,000 sets Solilare Buttons and
SI tuds, - 3 to 10
:3,000 Gold Timbles, Pencils, &c., 3 to 8
10,000 Lockets, double-glass, :110 5
5,000 Lockets for Minatures; 6 to 10
3,000 Gold Toot hpicks Crosses, &c., 3 to 8
5,000 plain Gold ihings. 4 to 10
5,000 chased Gold Rings, 4 to - 1
10,000 Ieield & Signet ltings, :1 to . 10
10,0*) California Diamond Rings, 3 to 20
7.500 sets Ladles' Jewelry jet, 5 to 10
5,00) sets Ladies' Jevelry, corftl, 8 1o 12
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry,onfx. 10 to 1.
5,000 sets Ladiep' Jewelry,- lava, 12 to 20
2,500setsLadi'es Jevelry,nosaic, 20 to 20
10,00Q dold Penlt with Sil. hold
ers, - to 10
5,000 Gold Pons witki Gold hold
ers, -.. 6 to 12
5,010 Gold Pens &holders, sup'r, 10 to 15
5,000 Silver Gublets& S-Drinking
Cuips.. 810 10
3,000 SilverCastors&Winelhold- *
ers, 15 to 50
2,000 Silver.Fruilt.& Cokd4as
kets, 20 to 50
Meysrs Parinsoin & Co,, No. 208,Broad
way, New Ydrk, Extoenivo MIanufacturers
aind. impote s of many of the leading -and
most fashil nable styles of Watehees .puced
Jewely, desiring to inorefse their 'igsine'ss
to n uielimited extet, ha c'esolved upon
a Great Gift Sald, suebject ~o thoe regulations'
Certinecntes riaming each article'oand its
vlue'a, are placed ina Sealed Envolopes and
wvell mixed. One of these enifelogoes Iviji lie
sont, by mail to eany address on receipt of'
All Article. Sold at'Qne Dollar euch, without
.regard to value.
.On receipt of the certificato you, will Aeo
what yoeraure going to leave, anpd then it is
t your option to sead thee dollar and take
theo article or not. Purchasers emay thuns
o.btain a Gold Watche, Dimond ingee or any
set, of Jewelry on our -list for One Dollar,
and in no case can they get, less (lean gne
dollars' worth, as theore aree no uncertain
ties. The prIce of certificates -is as fol
lowsa O ne for. 25 cents; five for $1; eleved
for $2; thIrty for $5, with elegant premium;
eixty-1Ive for $10, WIth bonus; one hundrod
for Sip, and handsome piresent to the getter
up of the club.
Agent wanted every where, to wheoni spe
cial inducements are offered, Adders,
e PARKINSON, & 90O., Inmporters,
JnO'O.3n 208 roadwaye, Il1ow York.
C.ID.C'A RR &~ 00.,
D EAL~lJ8 ip Carpets, 011 Cloth., Mat
tings, Window Shade., Patent, step
Ladders, &O. .
Tailor's Trimmnpgsof evpry variety, which
t oyofe to the rtei at, New York Jebbing
p loe.. 80 brea 8t., Charleiton, 8. C,
dec 8'6-8mao, .
00 o4r Sale.
AGOOD MILCH, COW for 'wale.
.A pply at this, oidlee.
GEO. H. WALTER & SON.
SX I'ILetabli.sh themsetves at Columbia,
.8. C.,. on thle completion of the
South Carolina Railroad to that point,
where thity will be happy to servq their old
friends and patrons. Thankful for past fa
vors they will endeavor by prompt attention
to Inerit a continuanct.
liberal advances mndb.-on consignments
to their friends in Charleston, New York and
january 16'66 a m.
PIONEER LINE-OF-STEAmIM ,
Baumiasore., Platlisdelplinl, New .
York nam1a fIston, Vitt Albe
smaltrie tad Ciesefcstke
Til1E.coMonl)oLTs S1A 'AlERS
PIONEER mnd COlMODIORE AI1,
ILL leaVe New Berne for fIor Norfolk
. on' TUESIIAY of each week at 8
o'clock, 4. M.,. connecting with the different,
lines of steamers for the above named
voints. On and after the first (lay of' De
cembdr next they will leave on Tueslay and
Friday of each week, tvaking seni-weiekly
trips: S'hippers of Goods will receive every
facility and ac,ommodation for the trans
portation, of the same, as arrangements
have been made with the different coipani
panies to forwayd goods to this line at log
rates and without. delay. Each of thes0
steamters tire capabIle of carrying
TWO HUNDRED AND
. FIFTY TONS.0P FRE1IlT
through t canal withou' difliptelty, its
they were built expressly for the trade.
They are fitted up with STATE 0ooms
and IlET1S capable of accomtodating
thirty-five passengers.. Every attention
will h paid to the cotnfort of passengers, 0
who will not b subject to'th'o ineonvenience
of trittsfer to olther vessels, but will be ta
ken throttgh direct without chntge.
Tho tables o the. steatneA tire liberally
supplied with the bem the tntrket ttlhords.
Families traveling w ill final it to their in
terest td take this litte, as they will thereby
eseape thte danger and discomfort of a sea
ronte, and the fatigue of railroad travel.
Ott the 15th of December next, if the
business of the line warrants it, the steam.
er WILLI AMIS will be put nit the route, and
tri-weeklf trips will he nude.
For freight or passago apply to W IlT
FOID, DI LE & CO., Now lerne, N. C.
DAVID WlbLIA318, Proprietor.
Wholesale Dealers in
Yo. 169.Mfeeting Street, cornr of /iel,
CI[ALESTON, S. C.
STOCK REPFENtslElt, tEE:trt.X Ity 5TE.inrtn.
T. 1M. BRISTOLL, C. T. DUNHAM,
A. S. BLOWN.
?i. L. Demilig & Co,,
GENERAL IUARRVARE, CUTLERY,
1101SE FUUtNISIINfi GODS,
GIlNERAL ASSORTilE~NT OF TIN WARLE, *
CIHARLESTON, S. C.,
:- Oppoit Charleston Ilotel.
Wlansboro' F~emale Seminiary.
REW. A. d. STACY, A. M., PRitNCIPA,
assisto(i by accomtplished Instructors in all
r~Ij 'first Session will begin on Thuirs.
ndy, Jantiary 4ith, 1866, and end the
The Seontd 9enion will begin May 21st,
and end Octobur-1,2h, with two weeks vaca
ion in Au g ust.*-.
)titesofTuItion for First Sossion,or half
year ' payable, one hatlf in advan.e, arid the,
oesidhe At t'hb ' piretiet of thte first haltf of
tio Session, a ~10th Maroh.
Celleginte Department,. $.20 00 to $22 00
Piimuty Departihent,'See. No. 1, 12 00
Primary Depatrtina t, to. 2, 16 0' .
Contingeult F'ee,' . '2 OJ
Musio on Piano, ., 20 00 -
Use of Instfumont, . S 00
Latin, UG.c., or Frtnhibeeh 35 00
*Drawintg, 15 00 ,ain'thng in Oll,. 20 00
Thon'eto Shortaband Wrtltig, -10 00
V'oeat Musicnr*e. 'r-'e
These eliarges 'w breckoned In qpecle,
liutpayttpnt mhy.bb atJq. Ip paper curren
oy or in prvisops, at '<the rate which is
customary at the tiroo of settlemuent..
The Instltutlo wIll bp conducted on the
pian of our' best Female Celleges--the stm
eli es--thie satne studieos,-etc.
Tose' yhe coRaplete..the course will re
olv'e a'gradyatieg cerfcate1
Pai'untuar-attention will be given to the
entidrenu Ii the Pripsy DA'atnonf.
Persotis desiini hoards 4 cmu
at ykh the tfri ippal. ** emt
orw farther Information,'ep to
.c 48..t A, 0. STACY, Principal.
: de 1465--tf Wlansboro',E. 0.