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SuPraSIVOM OF TMI EXAMorKr. --.Be
tween nne and'(en q"olodk .Tuesday 'night,
the office of"tho 'LUaMiner newspaper, in
this city, wastaken possession of . by mili
'tary autkoqty, and a guard placod upon
tho premises. - The proprietor endeavored
to procura an apiience with General Terry,
-onyesterdAy, but wai refused. ln reply to
-messages, askinig h what authority the pa
iper had been siqpped, afid fMr what reason,
'General Terry stated that it was by his au
thority; and the course, pursued by the Ex
aminer durinip the past*two n'ontlis.
The foll.owing despqtch appears in the
Washington papers of y%Merday .
"NEw YoRic;. February -13.-A special
-dispatch to the II6ald from *Rlchnond. to.
day has the following: *
"The Exiiminer office was closed at nine
o'clock this evening, by order of General
"The order is said to hAvo emanated from
In addition to this, It1 Is reported that the
.subject of suppressing the ERahiner had
'been disouussed in' Washington for several
-days, and was debided upon on Friday last
- A "hop" at the Ballard Houso has boeg
mixid up with the affair,. the said "}op"
b'eing In progress wh(An the effice was taken
possession of. It l stated that reflectous
,upon Union people present were nnti.cipated
.and expedited the suppraion.-Richmond
CARRIAdE AND BUGGY,
M EN'S and Boys Saddles.and Bri.
dies, Wagon Saddles "and Bridles,
- . sELLIOTT & Co.,
feb 29'66-2 No. 4, Bank Rtdnge.
A FIN% assortinent of Light Wool.
en Cloths and Casimeres.
Ready Mada Clothing. fnr sale cheap.
ELLIOTT & PO.,
No. 4, Bank RHange.:
P R I CE S.
IF you witnt CHEAP GOODS, call
at the store of
J. If. PROP8T.
We are offering our 'Fall and Winter
Stock at Cost., to make room for Sprifig
Goodj, this is no humbug, edi with the
- aqd you will not be disappolt(e.
Vo havejuit received a few cases of beau
which we offer at a low figure. We have
made arrangements to get goods every
week frot New York, and that will enable
'us to have allthe latest and newest,styles of
the season. ,.
feb 17'06 -t J. H. PROPST, Agent.
STOLEN diiring 'the night of the
K 14th irst.,' two MULES, one Sorrel
Iforse Mule, the other a meditim sized Sor.
r.rel:Mare Mule. scar on left shoulder. both
-about 15 hands hilth, and hoth branded on
-the left fore shoulder and the right hip with
the letters '.4J. W."
The alove reward will bo-paid for the re
eonver,y of the Miles and the appr.Vens op
of the thieves, or $20 for the M4ules.
JOIN M WIIITE,
f Fbort.- Mills, York Illstrlot,'8. C:
100 BLTSflEIJ W"EA.,
1100ush0 Bushel. Corn, '
20 seli Oats,
200 arrele Flour, *
'20Sacks Superior'Country Flour,
* 600 Saoks hieal. . .
SMITH & MBLTON,
Chester, S. C.
VNHEj Commissioners'~t Roads for
lrFirid Distrio4 wAm &Winns.
- boro*, en the 1st Monday is Martbh ta i#tr
the purpose of Instituting the niecessar, I
,tpairs to said Roads.'
By the late Act of the Legislature the
vDoad,apointed at the Session of'1868, are
frqie'oremain ha cos until the next
Zrgla eseion. -
Thy deo as .follows:t Howell Edmaunds,
'Edwt I'. Mobloy 1bor&,B. Smith, Win.
Wi. Woodwa.rd,.Dvi A. Colemian, James 3.'
M'alker, L)an C. Chappeh, br. J.'R. Ito
Master, :bsa4 M.Lye, John8S. D)ongas,
.Biobert Ford.Jobs. ,-~ UeMeekin~ ,. L.
236,hste Bda*d1lor '
gtetlAh ,Ara-eatestly. pred to
.913 ea#ad'nee abovy.
4 eeb 'enthat apli
~ Vhieh has be.d
18 ..? . aA mata
12 MILES NORTH OF .WINN8BORO'
(4 Miles from the c. 4 S. C. R. R.,)
0PENS on the first Monday of
February, under the superintendence
Revf. JA8. DOUGLAS8, .
J. It. DOUGLASS, A. B.,
Rev. T. W. ERWIN.
Tuition anti Boarding, including Wash.
ing and Fuel, (in specio or its equivalent)
per Session of five mionths for
English Branches, $65 00
Bigher Branches of Learning, * 75 00
A. S. DOUGLASS,
.ATTORNEY AT LAIV
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
WINNSBORO', 8. C.
A&- Offico. No. 2, Law Range-in rear
of. tlo Court House.
DR, JAMES D. BAGLF,Y, is pleased to
anviounce to the citizens of Winnsboro' and
vicinity, that he will be in Town . on Wed
nesday the 27th inst., and offers his profes.
sional serviceito those desirous of having
their TB ET If saved. feb 17'66-4
Cotton, Corn, Flour.
SMITH & MELTON,
CIIESTER, S. C.
A RE prepared to purchase Cotton or
. to make liberdl advances on Cotton
consigned4through them (0 New York.
They are also prepared to fill.all orders
for Corn, Wheat and Flour at lowest mar
J1. SNfITI1, O. W. MELTON
D'R Y G O OD S,
STbLL, WEBB & co.,
BANCROVTPS O(D STAND,
287 Kin'g 8. 3 doors Below Wentworth.
E iave now opened and on fand
Va yory large and well selected stock
which we offer at Whpleslo and Retail.
Having had long experienco In the Dry
Goods Business before the war, we know
just whit Goods are most needed by plan.
ters and consunters generally and *11 al.
ways acep on hand a full stock of planters
Goodr of every kind..*
We keep our stock-constantly replenished
by ever steaner, with the most attrAtive
e respectrolly invite planters, moi.
chants and consumers.generally, to call and
inspect our stock, consisting in part of
Blankets,, PlAins, Kersys, osnaburgs,
BrownShirtings, Bleached, Long Cl4ths,.
Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Irish Linens, Calicoes, Ging.
hams, and Cambrics, '
- - !..@ ESS AOOD'.
Nterinoes, Do Laines, Popling, Colored'Al
paceefs, Figured Pol'is, -Black Silks,
Dombaaines, . Bl'' . Alpaccas,
. and Crape Cloths.
- o'getsher with every variety to be found
in our line, which we offer at the lowest
STOLL, WEBB & CO.;
No. 287 King .8t., S doois below Wentworth,
Oharleston, 8. C.
H. C. STOLL, Charleston,
C HARLES WEBB,
H. 0. WAITKERI,
BUGGY and Wagon Iron work
Bdone by an experienced hand at the
shop onteprpmlses of MrsI. MoMas
ter's. Also Jlore Shosin g. 'T~s cash
on delivery of work. -J. M. ELIOTT.
SS hoeby givent thai three month.s
will be made for. the renewal of the-eertiO
\alos of stock inathe Charlotte & 8. 0. Rail
11626, for 20 share,, dated 10th June,
1869, sued to R.. S. Do*ton.
Ne. 18, for 18 shares dated 28th Sept.,
1861),-I to R B, B oylston, GuaCd(an of
Saul. Du a.
Said eep eates have been .lest or' dis
twyed.. . ,S A. BOYL8TON,
Jan 9'66-- w8m Elx'trix.
r and Egg,.
FRPSH B ER and EGGS, con.
tant onh d ,
TO MeMASTER & CO
- S-ool 00ks .
Tr*Adwue are nd ed thato Os0 able
-Lto f6thish them h IbOOki and *ia.
tion.r at 16w riaee. .at's les t on
hand .il be o4 'ed b # ehort
fotice.. KB DRI& ,.
jaa # 6--.t Na, 'HotelMEage
MIKELL, BOYLE & 00-,
COJ*MBIA, S. -C.
W. MIKELL, WM. nOYLF, JAs. L. 831IT11.
S)IOPiuA:.TUS OF TIlE
On the first of.January we will commence
io pubication, in the 6ity oraltimore,-of
There is no publication of this character
iow-issued South of Now York city, and
he closing of the war hA left a large por
ion of the people of tle country with no
The Cosnopolito will be devoted to
Scientific Papers and
knd we shall number'auiong its contribu
ora some of the first literaVy inen of the
iouth, with others from the North and from
London and Paris.
All matter not original will be carefully
ielected from'the newest and best of the
8nglish. French and Germanu publications;
kud its Editors shall spare no - effort oi- ex
pense, to make it rank with the very first
nagazines of the country.
As its name imports, we have established
lhe Cosmopolite upon no sectional basis.
We hope to make It tie organ of general
titerature alone; and will be uninfluencetd
)y any party or clIque whateer.
It will be mailed to subscribers in any
part of the country upon receipt .of the fol.
Single copied one year, $4 00
Five 6 6 6 18 00
ren " " " 83 00 1
The Cosmopolite will be generally distri
)nted among the Merchants and Planters
)f the South, and we will add for. their in.
'ormation, a few advertiseutents, at -mode
Liberal deductions will be made to book
tellpra and newdealers.
Newspapers publishing this prospectus
ind sendig a ifiarked copy to th unIder.
igued, will receive a copy of t he magazine.
Address DxLEON & CO.,
P. 0. Box, 206 Baltimore, Md.
25TH REGIMENT, 8. C. M.,
WINNeSnoRo', S. C., Oth Feb., 1860.
1. The following is 'nnounced as the
omumissioned Staff, of th1 26th legt. S. C.
.8. B. Clowney, AdjuiAnt,
Dr. Charles N. Ladd, Surgeon.
Dr. William K. Propat, Asst. Surgeon.
C. H. Rivers, Quarter Master.
II. Elections are hereby ordered to be
old at the usual muster grounds of the sev
iral Beat Companies, composing the Regi
nont. on Saturday the 24Qi inst., for a Cap
aint a Ist. Lieutenant and two 2nd LIeu
en$nts of each Company, respectively; and
ilso for a Major of the. Battalion to which
tle Corpany may,belong.
III. The three officers last in comTnjsslon 1
ind now living in the limits of any Beat, f
%ro he:eby appointed the managers to hold I
line above elections within their r6spective <
Beats: and in case there be not three offi
Ders in any B.eat, then any two or one shall f
3all to their or his assistance one or two I
persons as the case may require, to conduct t
said elections. I
IV. Polls will be kept open from 11 a, m.
Lo 8 p. im., the votes cotvited the sameo
Dvening, and the result fortlhwith trans. I
mitted to those Headquarters.
V. No Regimenta,, Staff or Company
Officer is required to'tilform himself, butt
when on duty shtall wear some badge indi
mating his rank.
VI. All persons conderned shall be
bound by the publication of'this order In
the Winnsboro' Tn- Weeklyi News, who shall
see or be notified of the same.
By command of.
.Col. JAS. H., R10N,
Kings Mountain Iron!
H ORSE SHIOE IRON, Plough
i-- Moulds, &c. Also, Woolen Jewis
and.:Lindseys, for sale on consignmient.
Also for sale, a large quantity of Corn, of
the best quality for bominy or -for planting.
RETCH IN, MoMASTER,'& CO.
feb 17'66...4f hiot. R . ge
Sorghum Syrup i!
BARRELS qiellent Sorghum Syrup,
Ljust recei .
KETCII, McMASTER & 00,.'
jan 16'6--tf. No. 1. flotel Range.
WM. (i. WHILDEN & CO
Fornmer of lIayden & Wae
366 KING I,, CO0NKI 99 BEAUPAIN ST,,
.CEABLESTOlt, S. V.
HTABopene4 a .comp lete stock of
1o, e urnitingArites, Or Wkw
Plated Goods of overt 'aiyCloke',
Watoheu an,d JeW,lrf. Poeket and Table
0u ' .BUvk.ev akets and Brooms
Waihes and bwej repairA; Old Goid
d 8 y..0dety ?tots1pl
las 1*8O6ew8a ' .
IVATCIES, CHAINS, DIAMOND RINGS, &C6',
W ORTH over one million dollarsI
All to be sold for one one dollar
aoh, without regard to value I Not to be
>aid for until you know what you are to
-eceive. 0undid -list of arti oles! All to
)e sold for I each.
250 Solid.Silver Dining Sets, $75 to $00
600 Silver Savers and Urns 60 to 260
600 Solid Silver Tea Sets com
plete, 50 to 800
160 Rosewood Musical Boxes,
32 airs, 76 to. 250
200 Mahogany Musical Boxes,
24 airs, 60 to 200
250 Gold Hunting Watches, 76 to 260
230 Ladies' Enamelled Gold '
Watches, 60 to 200
600 Gents' Hunting Silver
Watches, 36 to 100
600 Open-face Silver Watches, 26 to 60
600 Ivory Opera Glasses, 25 to 000
600bl other of Pear'Longnettes, 60 to 100
800 Six Barrel Revolvers, 16 to 60
600 Single and Double Shooters, 10 to 50
800 Elegant Oil Paintings, 60 to 100
260 Marble Statues, Busts, &c., 60 to 200
260 Diamond Rings, 60 to 100
i',000 Photo. Albums, all sizes 5 to 50
!,000 Gold Vestand Neck Chains, 15 to 80
1,000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, 6 to 10
i,000 Chased Gold Bracelets, 6 to 12
!,000 Chatelene & Guard Chains 5 to 20
f,.000 Solitare '& Revolvig
. Brooches, 5 to 10
1,000 Lava & Florentine, Brooches, 4 to .10
i,000 Coral, Opal & E meral fo 4 to 10
i,000 Mosiac, Jet & Lava Enr.
drops, 4 to 10
r,.00 Coral & Emerald Eardreps, 8 to 8
i,000 California Diamond Pins, 5 to 20
i,000 California Cluster Diamond
Ptne, 8 to 10
t,000 sets Solitare Buttons and
Studs, 8 to 10
1,000 Gold Thitubles, Pencils, &e., 8 to 8
0,000 Lockets, double-gli'ss, 8 to 6
i,000 Lockets for Minatures, 6 to 19
1,000 Gold Toothpicks Crosses, &o., 3 to .8
i,0 plain Gold Rings, 4 to 10
i,000 chased Gold Rings, 4 to' 10
0,000 Shield & Signet Rings, a to 10
0,000 California Diamond Rings, 8 to .20
.600sots Ladies' Jewelry jet, 5 to 10
,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, coral,- 8 to 12
,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry,onyx, 10 to 15
i,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, lava, 12 to 20
1,500sets Ladies' Jewelry, mosaio, 20 to 20
0,000.0old Pens with 8il. hold
era, 5to 10
,000 Gold Pens with Gold hold.
rs, '. 6 to 12
,000 Gold Pens & holders, sup'r, 10 to 15
i,000 Silver Goblets & Drinking
Cups. 8 to 10
1,000 SilverCastors & Wine hold
era, . 16 to 60
!,000 Silver Fruit &. Coke Bas
kets, 20 to 50
Mesrs. Parkinson & Cot, No. 208 Broad
ray, Now York, Extensive Manufacturers
fnd Importers of many of the leading and
nost fashionable styles of Watches and
eirely, desiring to Increase their business
o an unlimited extent, have resolved upon
Great Gift qale, subject to the regulations
. Certificatis nhming eadh article and its
ralua, are placed In Sealed Envelopes and
rell-mixed. - One of these envelopes will be
ent by mail to any address dn receipt of
AII Article& Sold at One Dollar each, without
regard to. value..
Oh recoipt of the corlficate you will see
ihat you are going to ave, and then It is
t your option to send the dollar and take
he article or not. Purchasers may thus
ibtain a Gold Watch, Diamond Ring or any
et, of Jewelry on our list for One Dollar,
md in no case can they get less.than one
iollars' worth, as there are no uneortain
les.. The prce .bf dertifioates is as fol
ows: One for 25 cents; five for ,$I; eleveh
'r $2;-thJrty for $6, with elogant premium;
ixty- SveTor $10, with bonust one hundred
'or $1 6, ond handsome present to the getter
ip of the club.
A gent wanted everywhere, to whom ape.
tial inducemenis are offered. Addersa,
PAPRKINSON. & CO.; Inmporters,
208 Broadway, New York,
UT EMLOCK SOL1 LEATHER.
fbKETCIIIN, MoMASTER .0
Household Articles I
OCONCEJNTRATED LYE, Yeast,
Powders, Cox's Gelatine, Cinnamon,
Fl"woring Rxtracts, Lemon, Orange, Vanil
a and Pineapple. At .
KETC IIIN, MoMASTER & CO'S.
D. F. FLEMING &s CO.
Upots, shes. Truns, Ac.,
2 ilayle Street,
COAlfB)R of OJUROH-BTRaZZ,
CH ARTLETON, 8. 0.,
HIAVINCG resumed business at their oNd
stand, 2 Hayne-Street, corner of
Ohurob-Street, are now reosiving * large
and well assorted steek of
Whioh tri1l be sold at the lowest market
price. The patr'onae of forner friend.
ad,the publio is respeotfhsoletted,
DF LMINO, SA &$r0
JAS, f. WZ40O,
PIONEER LINE OF TEtIN
Baltmosie, Philadelphin, Nei
York ahid,Bbaton, via Albe
marie and Chesepeake
THE CONfODIOUS STEAME S
FIONEER and COMJOHRE ADAMS,
ILL leave New Berne for for Norfolk
on TUESBAY of each week at 8
o'clock, A. M., connecting with the different
lines of steamers for the above named
points. OQ and after the fret day of De
cember next they trill leave on Tuesday and
Friday of each week, making semi-weekly
trips. 8hippers of Goods will receive every
facility and accommodation for tke trans.
portation of the satne,. as arrangements
have been made with the different compan
panics to forward goods to this line at low
rates and witbout delay. Each of these
steamers-are capable of carrying
TWO-RUNDRED AND .
, FIFTY TONS OF FREIGHT
through the canal without difficulty, as
they were built expressly for the trade.
They are ftted up with STATE ROOMS
and BETHS -capable of accommodating
thirty-Ave passengers. Every attention
will be paid to the comfort of passengers,
who will not be subjectto the ineonvenience
of transfer to other vessels, but will be ta
ken through direet without change.
The tables of the steamers are liberally
supplied with the best the market affords.
Families traveling will find 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 raillioad travel.
On the Ifth of Decettber next, if the
business of the line warrauts it, the steam
er WILLIAMS will be put on the roume, and
tri-weekly trips will be made.
For freight or passage apply to WHIT
FORD, DILL & CO., Now-Berne, N. C.
DAVID WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
I M ]IUSTOLL;
Wholosale Dealers in
No. 169 Meeting Street, eorner of I1axl,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SToCK RPLUNIs21D WMsELY nY sTRAMUn.
T.M. BRJSTOLL, C.,T. DUNHAM,
d, A. S. BROWN.
R OTTEN STONE, Spanish Whit
ing, Ground Ginger,'British Oil.
Also. a small quantity of Candl, of pur
-KETCHIN, MeMASTER & CO.
feb 8'66-f -
L INSEUD OIL, Turpetine. Whjte
L Lead, Chrome Green, Burnt. Umber,
Venetian Red, Putty, Copal Varnish, Paint
Brustes, White Wash Brushes. Sand Paper,
&o., at KETCHIN, MoMASTER & CO.
ICE WHITE CORN MEAL, for
KTCHIN, MM.ASTER & CO.
Ketekin, MoMaster & ~Co.,
lIAVE'received a carefuUly selected
kk Stock of Goods, to which they invite
the attention of former patron. of the otd
firm and of the publio generally. They
have on hand and are receiving a general
DI-y Goods, Clothing, Shoes, flats, School
.Book., Medicines Soa psand Perfumery,
.Py and Window Olass, Tin Ware,
Vooking Stoves, Groceries,
. .Hardware, Bagging and
- Rope, Brooms and
And all other.ar.tieroe usually kept in coun
try stores. . .
C. A. CARR~ &CO.,
DA%ED in' Clppets, O'il Clothe, Mat
hn., lyindoW Shades, Patent Step
La4dere, &e.'. ,
. i. ALSO, -
Tailor's un9gs of ery variety, wrhich
the ofew to 6ife rade at ~w York Jobbing
80ee . SBroa St., Chareston,.S. C.
GNRA1428T ON' 8. 0
'rin II USE 1&be.A THOR.
OU HLY RE A1RED and RE:.
~(I~3fland eanpot be eteefted-by
9' . . 1- - ',e Proprietor.
JUST ivedl 20 barrele Fine Fami
Jfe, *bioh we wgl sell at smell
E HINfV,MoMATER &go.