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Ew OntrANS, January 2,-The
boid warhouses of J. A. lathsen '
Co., vas destroyed by fire last, night
ilvs about $20,oo0.
MEIaiEPIs, .1lanuary 20.-The Arkansas
Convention has1 ti.ed its per diem at 'eight
dllars, and its mileage at 00 cents a mnile
WAstilNG'rox, Jinuary 24.-SrnN
A'rt.-Edmu iltnds aid Johnson took is
titl With the Presidenit's opinlionl that
the bill striking white from District
"1 rdlinances was passed dtiring rocess.
.The lmssage was referrod . to the
Teio Senate adhered to its amend.
ments to tho doloiency bill forbidding
appropriation1s for Quartormaster',s de.
partiment being e)ended for rcon
struction or any o ther purpose.
(ton. Iioward was called on for
elaborate reports regarding abandon
ed lands and other relativo matters.
A joint resolut ion authorizing the
distribution of destiento- micats and
vegetables not needed br the army to
the sufforers in the Soutw was passed.
.iconstructiom wis restimed. Mor
ton spoko and NyC Ivill follow. The
argument will probably last ton days.
llousr..-A bill forbidding certain
payments to Southern eainmauts was
discussed anid potponed.
The Hlouse disagreed to the confor
once colllitte'N report Ol the cottOn
tax and appointed a now committee.
Tho deatt of Mr. Iliso was announc
ed and the lHouse adjourned.
WAIntxU'roN, January 25.-~hsA-rnI.
iousi.--Tlo-day's session was devoted
entirely to spread enA" speeches.
WASHUntNo-rx. Jnomry 22.---:T.ri.
Tho recons:ruction bill was rIrd over.
.Air. Doolittle otm.jected to tie ecconid real
Ing, and it weti ove' M..d1r 1t10 ritles.
Tho Colfore1ee comltmittece's report on tie
nti-contraction bill was adopted. it goes
tot he Presitent.
I'lie aiuandelnt. to the cotton tax, admit..
Iing for'Cign colt 1 dlt y free, was realli'mIied
by the &enito --25 to 19.
The conntittee will po'bably agree to
disagree and Ile bill will fail.
ite Maryland Unioti League petitions an
oxmension of the reconstruction acts over
Sonator hI'iomas' ease was resuned, when
the Scnate adijourned in lonor of Mr. Noell.
Ilosi:.-The deticiency hill was resumed.
Air Mlaynard, of Tnnessee, proposed thie
miatter of stationary I he left to the honor
Mr. Stevens objetid. That waF the old
rule, tinder which memhers made stationary
cortr paintaloons mand sthits.
Mr. Itoss proposed tin amendment, sus.
pending payient, of tembers while travel
ing inl Eur pe.
This bill was fiimlly paiSsel.
Resoluttions trom Mis: issi ppi, prayi ig the
remov-il ot' political disabilities from citi.
zenls. were present ed.
Mr. Blno introdouced a billtaxilig Slares
of National Bantmks.
The Post. Olliee Committoe was desired to
inquire into thie expediency of abolishing
tle franking privilege.
The Committee on l lhication tind Labor
,was directed to inqutiro into the expediency
of providing i getiral systei of education
in iehldloma-educatting every childbetween
five atd t wenty.
The bill-fort'eiting lands grar.ted to rebel
States for railroad purposes, was resumed.
During time discussion Chanler called Jiulian
Th'le Spceaker ruled the words unparlia
Ai'. Chanler retorted : "Certainly not, if
he is one.
Air. Juliani retorted that. Chanter ''could
test his cowaurdice at atny time.''
Mr*. Chanler replied: "'Very well, sir, I'll
tka early opportunmtity.
T.ihe bill wetnt. over*.
STedeath of' Thomas E. Noell was an
the llouse adjourned.
WAstttso-rox, Janmuary 24.~-The Supreme
Court has taken up the ease of the State of
'.1 exam vs. White cc. al. This Ism on motion
to dissolve an injuuctieu hei'etofore granted,
rcstrai nintg infendants from dlisposing of
certain bonds. Defendants rest their ease
upon thme ar'gumnett. that Texas is not a State
in the Union, and~ that thoereforoe she is not
entitled to appear hmero. T1his point ust.
be decided before the case oan proceed.
Revetnue receipts to-day, $300,000.
The W~est. Virginila Legislature passed a
resolution ordering their Senators t o vote
for the House Supreme Court b)ill.
At. a large nmeetlig int Jersey City r'esolmu
tions were passd denoumnoing the Supreme
Court. andi nowv reconst ructioni bills.
Thelm Grand D~ivision of time New York Sons
of Temaperanico is ini session at Albanty.
Thelmy passed a resolution excluding negro
'.-day's Cabinect session was full, except
(lorolt, Pr'ussian Minister, was presented
to the Presidentt to-dlay.
WASnIrNO'i'oN, Jan. 26..-A treaty is
on foot, between.theo Utited States tand
the King of the F'eojee Islands by
which the King mortgages the islands
.fr tht'ee years as sctuity for money
.duo for htaving eaten sonme Amnerienn
'citizens. T1hio King setnds a - vhale's
. oo~h, wvhich the Piresident is to keep if'
.the treaty is ratified.. No writings have
Ihanl exchatnged. -
WauIxo'ros, Janutary 22.--Thme Scretary
- f the NJavy has sent, Congress atmiended es
tmntes rediucing the naval oxpenisos t wenty
f wo milTions-,
in connection with (Grmat's reported 6p.
position to the newv r'econst.ructlon not, It. is
regnmeedsignificatat that Washburno, of' hi.
inois, thoughi in his senit, dlidi not vote for or
against ttho bill.
T1he case reported hohow is from Louiisi
Armstrong worked his foundry In Now
Orleans while Lovell commiandeid, making
shot, and shell for the ConfeVderates. Wheni
New Orheanms was eaptured. Armistrong took
the oath and continued workig his fotindry
which. wits after'wards seized and condemn
edl. Armstrong's pardoti Is dated Maroh.
Tho Armstrong foundry ease pending In
tihe Siupremet Coutlt Is very much oostested.
First-Th'e Attornley General moved to
dIsmiss the appeal, insisting tile ease shoulld
be here on writ of' error. In this lie was
-Secnd-rmstongmoved to file a plea
rdonwhich the Attorney-Geperal re.
*Loavo wttt gveh, aflet~ argument, lo file.
the ilea, so that the CAso will now be hmeard.i
da its meritte and will come up next 'weik.
.Tho Attorqey General represents theq La
t id.:tales and kr, hlitpp re~y gItarshall, t f
Kentenky, appears for Armtfeng The
o00o is considered a loading one, which umm
decide the points:
First---Whother a seizure and capture ar
Second-Whether property liable to cap
(tiro anl prize embraces land lield by pri
Third-Whether property tainted by Il
guilty consent of the owner is relieved b
his pardon aftor coadouation and befor
Fourth-WVheier the citizen shut up i
it plaoc occupied by Confederato arms ca
be responsible to the United States fo
breach of municipal law under coraninnd <
the Confederates; and
Fifth-Whotior the Constitution operate
with its guarantee upon hin when the Uni
ted States recover the city.
Tito Post Ollice Departnert. line mature
arraigements for regular mails frotn Mlli
more by llavna and KeyWest, to New Or
%eans to-day anid the Cuba leaves Balttinor
to mnorrow, the 23d inst..
A contract, has been also inde to conve
nails from New Orleans, by Pensacola an
8it. lark's, Cedar Keys, Tampa and Foi
.lelferson, Dry Tortigas, to Key West an
back twice a motith.
WAsu io-on, January 21.-In the House
after ineffectual eiforts to amndo, supporte
by hullr. Stevens and Kelly, the Recon
struction bill, as reported by the Coriniit
tee, pussel---yens, 123; nays 45. Carey
of Ohio, utill Stewart, of Now York, only
vot ing with ihe lD11em01ocrat4
The( Coi -renuco coritilt tee on anti-lon
fraction reported that. thlie Senate recedet
'inmm its aineindienlt, and will pass til
lionse bill, withati atimemiencilt allowilnj
the recoistruction an-1 re-issue of ntitlate
bills ; which wia. referred. The Committei
onr Coton Tnx are unable to agree, and r
new Committee on the part of the House
Sohenok,Morehoad and Beall-was appoint
A bill wias introduced In tie Senate, re
riiring the advice and consent of the Ben
qaIo in appointing general or special agents
and that tle term of office of aill genera
or special agents now employed by thI
Praesienit or departments, shall expirc
thirty dlays after the passage of the Act..
Ii tlie Senate, tlie poti'on of Isaac July
innd other members of the Ge3orgia Conven
tion: w5as presented, for authority to estab
lish civil government. Tie President wai
requested to inform the Sonate whethe
Jamnes A, Setidui, whom the President ro
etilly parulned, wNas Secretary of' War o
the (onfederate States while Wirz wa:
kepier of lie Aitlers-mville priscn, mn<
also how inny tnion soldiers diel fro
strimi-vation mnil oIther cruelties inflicted il
violation of civil wiar during Scadon's See
reuiaryshi p. Conness offerel a resolutioi
reciting Americai arrests in Great Britain
and1l directiig the President to inquire i
lhe arrests were made without. sutiioien
causes ; andi, it' so, to d:mnand their release
andl to ent'orce the demand by the army am
navy ; which was ordered to ho printed
TA...mAss-:j:, Jan. 21,-Twenty
one delegates to the Convention met a
the capital yest erday-ba rely a quorum
The t-inporary oflicers elected were al
tr-lgroo. A permaneint organizatiot
Was effected, and D:tniel RichIrds
(while,) of lernandina, electod Prs:i
deit ; Christy, (whit o,) edttor of th<
Floi ida Times, of Jacksonville, Secreta.
r A v. negro was elected Assistatl
ecretruy. Most, of the srnhardinale ofli,
cers a rut negroes. So far, the Conven
tion appears entirely ill the hands of iht
New York Market,
NmvYonw, -Jm. 25.-Evening.
Cotton firmer ; sales 5;000 bale!, at
18-. Freights firm. Flour less ac
tive. Wheat quiet and stendy. Cori
2 a 3c. lower-new mixed Westerr
1.28 a 1.31. Gold 40.
Cttanu.:ST'ON, Jnn1. 25. -Cottor
qme-or. ; btuyers holhd olf-niddliings 1 '
a I T- ; sales 350 bales ;treceipts 2,080.
Lrvnnroor., .Jan. 25.--Evening
Cotton more activ'e, at an aidvancte o
1-16--uplands 7}- a 7M.
A SAn) PrevonUs.--Thle last issueO 0
the "Charlestoner Ze itung" conrtai n:
an interesting letter of a correspond
cnt from Boaufort, 8. C , dopiting
the sad condition of that once pros
p~er'ous town and its good people. H<T
"liXnow gray-headed men hero wh<
work in eotton factories, ationd moer<
punctually and( work more hours that
the colored gentlemen citizens abou
here, and yet barely succeed in earn
ing more for their families than tlu
wherewithal to buy hrominy and ba
con. Widows and their daughter
perform work of which they formerl~
knew nothing, and they have troubli
to get even this. The distress i
great, and there is none to help. Sue
cor..must comoe either from govern
ment; or from the benevolent abroad
But there a're cases where thre peopli
could help themselves, if they wouth
set about it with energy, srna had no
lost all self-confidence. Many a on,
is doubtless attaotd to his home
But what hIs home under such sa,
circumstances ? Would they not d<
better to leave ? By way of oxaumpl
I recehtly spoke to a citizen of thi
placo (a man in his best years) abou
our German immiigrantsB, for the mos
part poor, who come to .this country
with soarcohy any means for the sup
port of not unfrequently a numeron
faniily. Sometimnes they bring notLi
ing but their trunke.. Unacquaint
ed with the~ language, and in faet wit1
overything relating to tihe business a
the country, they often come hert
liud ing nio relative or~ friend ev'en ti
aid them along; and notwithstandin,
all theseo.obatareles they soon1 reach
very tolerable p)ositionl. Upon whici
my interlocutor remarked: 'And
know the most of th ese people -ge
rich P' I then asked hlln--'Whr
don't you go. and do the samet' INI
reply wats, 'I am not used to work
at least a candid answer.'?
Profesao Netdchi, an op qin4nt astront
mor in Rome, end formerly director t
the observteWy of Georgetown, D.Q
anniotthice, as tho tOsulit of recent klareft
experiments in an Alpine gl1acier, the
thre true color of fres1) water, is a bln
mixed with violet, ;wlhigh grows darke
as the thickness tyvrsted by the .ligl:
t IEAUTIFULLY EXHnESED. - Tho
Moimphis Avalanche of a lato date,
thus closos an editorial upou tho
- charactor, intolligence, courage and
- patriotism of the soldiers that com-.
posed the Southern army :
Surely no army never had in it such
soldiers as were those of our Southern
army. The pulpit seat its ministors,
a groat and good. The bar sent its
i lawyers in troops. The press sent its
r editors, publishors and printers. The
f college sent out its professors and stu
, dents by the hundreds. Tile morals
and intelligeueo, the courage, the puri.
ty of the Southern soldier, has hardly
boon equalod in the annals of war.
No power can over compel the South
ern people to forget their virtues or
ignore their patriotism. Tbhe icel of
the1 despot can never crislh out the
fooling of devotion to the memory of
our glorious dead. The military sat
rap may prevent our following the
exhumed dead to their last resting
place, but we cannot be prevented
-efrom embalmingthom in ourmeor ,
and cushrining themn in our hleat. As
long as earth b 1e r.s a flower, or the sea
rolls a wave, so long will heart aind
- mmory cling to those who fell in the
lost cauise I The name of the humt.
blest private shall live in amaranthine
beauty, when prouder names shall
have gone down to infaimiy.
N.:UaA .0IA -We have cnt from the
Alta Californian a receipt for the itro
of neuralgia, which the editor of tant
pnper claims to lave been effective in
s'.veral cases to his own knowledge. lie
"Some time ago. we published, at the
request'of a friend, a receipt to euro
neuralgia-hal i drachm of sal iattmo.
nin in an ounce ofeninphor water, to be
taken Ia teaspoomifi at a dose, 1111(i thu
dose repeated several times at intervads
of five mitntes, if the pain be not reliev
ed at once. Ifalf a doziqi diferent per
Sons ha ve since tried the recemt, aIld itt
evely Case an1t itmmediato cure ms been
(icted. it oie, tie siier, alad
had been afToeted for more 1tanT a wteek,
and her iipysiciai wais unauble to atllevi
ate her siT.riigs, whe. a solutiion of sml
amnionia in camphor water relieved her
in a few minut.'s.
COMMOiTON ix -rmi: N.ATu.. Wounn.
The last few months have givnou evi
dence of inusitil agitation amid :h
forces of na ture, as the followintg list
Aug. 20.-Volcanic eruption inl Ice:
Oct. 9 -Gale in. Labrador ; thirt v
vessols and many lives lost.
Oct. 29.-Iurrian ini Tortola.
Oct. 30.- Hurricane in San Domingo
Nov. 1 -H1urricane in I Tong Kong.
Nov. 2.-1-Htrrienne in Calcutta.
Nov. 3.--lruption of' Vestvitus.
Nov. 8.-Tornado at Matanmorais,'ex
as; loss $5,000,000.
Nov. I.1. -VoIlcantic eruption in N ic.
Nov. 20.-Earthqiunke at Tortola, St.
Croix, St. Thomas, &c.
The Charlotte (N. 0.) Courier men
tions a paiifil rumor to the offcot
that the Rev. Mr. Cline, a Metho
dist minister, who was nioving his
family from his late quarterage-in
order to enter uploni the din les of his
oflice in South Chrarlotto Mission-.-en
tocred the waters of Steel Creek a fter
dark. otn Wedne~sday night, in a wng
on, cont ainitng himself tand daughter
and a little servant girt, bit in conse
- uence of the htigh water, or seime oth
er cause, thte wagon body floated off,
and tile child and servant were drown
Tiue TutArL oV Carr. SemuAF.-The
trial of Capt Schaff before a Military
Court Martial tat Mobile, for the ktlfing
ofC >1. Shepherd whilst a prisoner, some
time last snmmer, has juist been conclud
ed. Two chtarges wvere prefer-ed against
him ; first, manslaughter ; sec(ontd, assault
with initent to kill. Of the first charge
the R court foiund him not gih.y
of the seconid, guilty, and setitetnced him
to pay a fine of $200 and to be impris
oned in Fort Pitlaski for six mionths.
Capt. Schaff left A'lanita on thte 28th
tit., in charge of Maj. Dunn, of Pnpe's
staff, for Fort Pulask.-N. 0. T1imecs.
Tuts NEWv TA X ]liI.L.--Tlio Coam
mitteeo on Wtays antd Means have un
dcr consideration that part of the
now internal tax bill relating to man
ufacturies. While it is certain that
i they will recommend a general reduc
tion of mianufacturers' taxes, thore is
iovid ently a disposition on the part of
the committee to keep the tax on arti
I cles of luxury, such as jelery, plate,
carriages and theo like, and also on gas
and coal oil. There is a probability
a that the tax will be removed from raw
t cotton. The bill will not be reported
Sfor several weeks to comeo.--Frney's
q - A Washington letter says :It is
-learned fromt e, Rtepubl~ican member of
- Congress that there is a settled deter
nilmnation on thte p art oflR Adical mom..
f bers to'impeach President Johnson up..
,on the first semnblancee of a cause for
such procedings. A spirit of re
g vonge prompts some, and others as
i at that they must have the Exccntive
s' office to ensure sucocus in tit e Radical
[ plan of reconstruction and to mnako
t sure of the election of their President.
E CONiPsCATION.---ThiS idea seems to
h lave been altogether abandoned, even
b'y thoge who woro,twelve months ago,
Its most argent advooatcp, QonBq.
- her is rdported to have said in Rielh
f anond the other night, that ooniscation
, was not . advisable, andl tat no one
.1 wantoed it, .Uo iight have ad
t thiath(the prido of land Is the Souh
e continueid to fall 'ns it has donie fdr
r the last six months but few* lan
t owners ivill caiow'ledeor time gg
- - ~n~e i
Ii view of ittler's visit. to llichliond, a
Mr. Liggott oliered (he following plre:mle~o
and resolution In tie Virginia Coiveiloni :
"Whereas, (eneral hutler is soon to favor
Richiond oily with a Visit,
Resoled, That the Citiz~ens thereof bo re.
quested to observo more Iln ordinnry Vigl.
lence in the prosorvation of t~eir poato and
Thle lato campaign inl Kanisns in favor
of wonti's rights lins not been willioiit
tangible restilts, as wn notice that on
Wednesday last Miss Emma I llint was
elected enrolling clerk of the lower house
of the legislaturo of tit State. This .ii
wo believe, the first case of the kind on
Coral jewelry, which la of inlto been
very fashienable, is idii tc be, to a great
extent, counterfeit.. Much of it is pre
pared artificially from marble dust, m:le
into paste, by, usinlg silieite of poih and
a little isinglass, and colored by Chinese
Arrangements are making in London
for Lite construction of a new tunuel., en
tirely of east iron, under the Thaies.
'1o cost is estioiiiued at the rate of
about $300,000 per mile.
Ar. orainint vent ill) from iol! (City ' of
Mexico nit Christias mornimg in a hot
air- baloonl. lie struck a c ill carnt
Whieb chilled his ippuratis and Slit him
down rapidly and broke his hol(s.
Whenti a young gentiolman lhisses a
yeng lady, she very naturally says,
"Ohl, Dick, the idca ?" And he, also
naturally replics, "No, lovo ; tnt the
eye, denr ; but the cheek, dear.'
Whlic0h is perfectly true.
Hion. James Farrow, of Spartal.
burg, vho represented this Stato in
the Confederatoe Congress. at its last
session, was married ill n i ich monid, on
the 9th inlst., to Miss Sue Savage, of
p EUVIAN GUA NO, direct from, Agents
am markel rates.
4oluble Pacifie Gitano, $75 eash, , 1s
November, witih sovei per cent interest
approvei city aceptance.
linugh's Phosphate or Litne, S60 cs
$(,5 Ist Novelliber, witi sevoln per Celi, in
I crest, a pproved city neceptan'ce.
l'hienmix Gunnlo, $55 Csh, $i lt NoI
veiber, with seven per cent(.. interest, ipl.
proved city neceptance.
Fleur of B ie, tiuindilterated nil11l un.
Farmer's Plaster Or Gypsum, warrantcd
Iii offering the nhrve mniuret' to planters,
I do 'o Witi every Coifideniice, not oilly hav.
mng lestimonionjiis fromt planters who have
usel them file past year, but tie fiither
guarantee that every cargo, as it. arrives, is
illalyzed by Professor Sliepa rh, of' I lite
8outh Carolina Medicl College, 11nd4 tile
ligl repIitatiion of these manures fully kept
up-) J. N. RlSN
1 nn(] 2 Atlanlic W harf, Charleston, S. c.
A T the Winnsboro T an Yard, Twety
.L.Thousand Ponnds or (Greeni or IPry
hlides, highest 'nnrket prices paid in esshi.
Calthcart& Matthews. Uninp & Mha1.
Ithews nnd( J . P. MalttheOws, Jr., necoiCs11
will ho ini the hilads of a lawyer inttimo110 I
bo sued on this Spring (Court. lhceeafter I
will have caslh for everythingl I do, or (ho
no0thinig. Those Ithat cianntot como1 undeir
tis rule will be obliged to trade elsewhere,
as5 I cannn~fot undlierlnko to nocomodate
fiends~l wh~o dlon'ti pprciaite it. enlough to
pa1y i meoven ia part of wh'1at they owe me.
JNO. P. MA'THEWS, Jr~.
J1 . Latuhonl Admi'r. of Estate f J. L,.
ennediy deo'd., vs .Judeth WV Kennedy
(1RE 1RS of the Estato of J L, Kenne
.Jdy, e'dl., heoreby niotinled that thley are
requiret by order of Court in thle abovo
oanse t resent and estanblish their demanltds
before 1 , uaiecrsignied on or before 1st day
of Juno., 8.
H1 A (IA[[L.\ R,
Corn. Ini Equily.
January 26, 808.
Wmn. price, m'r of hlatate of Jeromniah
Cock.11, d ', vs Rot Smlyad
(1RltDITOI1h of he Estate of Jeremiah
U(CookreIl1, dee , aroe hereby notihed
thamt they are regna -ed by order of Court.
in the above cause present. 'and ostaiblish
teir claims before uinderalgned on or
before Ihe 2d Monday Alay niext.
H. A iLLARDty
Jianuary '2a, 1808.
Robert R. Rosborough a 1 Jas. F. Konnedy,
adin'r of Thos. Ii. Cra leo'd., vs Nancy
F. Craig and1 others.
CRED)ITOR$ of the E ateoof Thos 11.
xJraig, de o'd., are hi ehiy notified that
they aro requiredl by ordh of C tirt in Ihe
above catuse 1o present ai establish th eir~
ehaims before the ComfC sioner in .Equtity
on or before the 1st day o lay 1868.
HI A. AILLIAD,
January '26, 1868.*
James W; Yongiie, adin'r of itle of Joel
F. Rabb, doo'd., vs Charltg labb, et.
REUDITORS of the Estate Joel P.
- abb, ded'd., are heteby no d that,
they are requh-ed by ordew:of Poar itt tito
abov, cause to present, and establi their'
olatfd befoto t.he. Commissidhoer in iqugty
en or befor~e thie 1st day 'of ay 18.
II. A. OAfrL D,
0 uiissloner's (llioe,
nJtuary, 25, 188.
s 1Ja 29-ih;jd8~
Notice ! I
Iluvite the Atteition of Ilie
TO TEI LAW., S 8TOCK OF
And which comprises nearly
Needed by the people inl
Their object is to do strictly a
That will induce aIl persons 1o
BUY FROM THEM,
P. R. FLENNIKEN,
(Agent for Anlbrey & Co.)
No. 2, Hotel uingo.
3UCK WHEA T FLOUR,8e.
FACTORYf CIEESE, 26c.
ITALIAN M ACCAlHONL 33ao.
AJUSCOVADO MO.LASSES, 75c.
PATAP.3CO SyRIUip, $1.00.
CRIJSilIED, A, , ex. C, C and UlROWN
8UGA 11S, 21 to 15.
N. C. FLOUlt, per back, $7.j
Of tho Dent Quality.
-or the Clioiisest Urands.
Of thie lhghest Proof.
W. M. NE LSON,
At thie Old Fairlieldl Hotel.
dee 14-t f
llimond Weekty DispatcII,
Enlarged and1 Improved for 1868,
Chea'pest and Renti F~nnily uand Biusiness News.
A L'NIOUCIli(lhe We~ekly, DiApatcha for
tk1868 has been greatly enlargedl and
imiproved, (lhe price wvill remain the snmo.
We are determtinedi to publish the cheapest
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MONTll[CEL LO A CA DEfCA Ian
TIlE lirst Sonq~jo of (hi
S(:t10o)I, for I0 w~vill open o
Mond the 1 ',' o-'bruary, nil
will eiirace 20 weeks.
TERMS 01 TUITION.
1rinary Depart ment. 10.t1
I itermediato or Acadvini.-, 15.1)
IlIigher or Collegiate, 211 :1i
Msioi oil Pianlo, inclurding us~e of in..
at rumiiient , 22.01
One half of 11lhe tuition uIioneoy will be ex
pecled in advance ; tihe other nt the close o
I he Session.
BoInrd, including wasiling, ftel and lighis
14.00 per nmonth, payable in etirrency, o
in provisionIs at. market prices ; hut cat
boardor nutst ftriit a pair of she es, t
patir of blankcts or quilts, a counterpane 01
coverlet, a pair of' pillow-eie", towels. &(.
ilonrd must be paid for in advane2, cit hei
by the session or by lie moith.
A. .\l. UCA ItTLH E ,
tan 14--f2x4 Pr incipnl
MT. ZION INSTXTUTE
r* I E scholast ic year of this lustitut ior
I for 18118, opeli IONDA, the 3d day
TEAlMS PERt 8E610N:
Illard With tuitiont ink thill 11iSh
branches, M at lieniit i 's anld Al.
cient LIaligting, $111) (0
Fretichm, 'lilouophy and Clelmistry,
chd,, P) 0C
Day Selolars, no:ording to fite
class, from 312 to J0 01,
0. A. WOODWARD,
jan li- -4 Principal.
MORE TAX ES.
[ WI LL attnI at A. r'll-)ipseed's stlov oil
I.Monday, lFebruary 101i ; Monticello.
Tuesday lI li; lylleb, or Peast er's,
Wefdnasdiay 12th easterville, Thulirsolny
131h ; lirice's Store, Feiday I Ith ; Ilutfa
lo, Monday lith; Doko, Ttilay th:
Itidgeway. Wednesday, I thi ; II arr'isoni'
S Iore, Thursday 20th ; .John MieCully's,
Iri'day 21 tt ; Winniisboro, Monday, TuiesIlay
and Wednesday. 2i0h, 25th ind 2tith :
Yonguesvillo, Thurr luy 27th ; Iliuity's
Store, Friday 28t I; lo assess pro,
perly. Persoii owning property must be
iuctual in at t endittg at ote of tlie above
nam3iied plices, nt the liie i S short, anild thle
looks have to be revised aind14 approveI by
millilitry antuthoity, before lie collection of
lio taxes which takes place in March.
The kinds of proptll(t1y to0 bi' it'gelCe are,
real est ate, nrt icles namtfIact ired for sale,
buggles, carriages, g Al anId silver plate,
watihes, ,1ewelry and piaiios, oin hand on
1it J anuni ty 18(8.
1 am expressly forbidden to receive re
turnis sent, by mnil inles's they are swon't to
before a Magirtronte. I nm ilso forbiddlen
to receive relurusm flout one pers4on for fin
oth0r, iuless siclh. person is legally qunli
lied to atke returniii, ail a11hW oath1 to its
cortree s np(25. BY l i'iteieibring (1 tifoth
you vl save trouble to yourslves and mc.
IR. II. JIENNINO-4,
Jan 21-f2x2 T. C. F. 1).
II. A. G1tillird, Ador., C. T. A., vs Eliza
beth iOneal et. al.
[11i)ITORS of Estate of Jno. 0. Oncal,
U decd., are notillied that they are rcjuir
ed by ortder of' Court to piesent, aid estath
lish their claimhis before I lie Commiissioler in
IEflUity, on 01' be'o'e the second Mollilay in
May nezit. II. A. U \lLLA1D,
Coin. in I'Atiiy.
January 2.4, 1868.
Jn. L. Goza, Admr., of Estate of fno. M.
Goza, Deod., v Susanu Goza of. al.
[lREDITiOR8s of EstatO of John M. Goza,
Udeed., aro herchy notified that they are
i'regltdre by order of C~outt to prescut, and
'stnablish their claims bef'oro t ho Conmmis
sioner' in Equity, on 01r before the siecond~
Monday in May next.
11.nA. AillA RDt
C'omiusioner's Office, Cm.nEiuy
January 24, 18b8.
W~m. Brice, aduor., dc /lnis noan, of Est ita
01f David Brico, deed., vs Mrj. Mar'y 1'
lirice and wife and 0 otes.
jY order (of Court in the above canse, croe
i lora of the Ist ate of lDavid llriec,
wIll present and estalish t heir claims be.
orar thle undoeriigned, In his otllco in WVinnsi.
1or0, oin or before o heart. Mondty in May
next. It. A. (AtI lLLAR,
omisoe'Oli,'Com., in Equity.
Jantuary 21, 1868.
Thos. T. Rt >borlson, Exor , of the Will of
Wma. Rtobertsonm, deed., vs Jan. A. BI olk.
hu ott. and ot hers.
Y) ordor of' Coinet, creditors of the( Eultate
Iof Wm. ltoberison, deedh., aro hereby
noti fied to presenut andii establishi t heir olaimis
before thme Coniunissioner in Egitity, on or
beforo the second Monday in May next.
II. A. Al I, LA IIID,
Commisioners Ofl c(oin. in Equity.
January 24, 18018
A LL1 persons indaletd to us-biy note or
aocount, ill find it to their intc'ct Ic
see us at 01nO0, atnd beforo theo 1st February.
DESPORLTES & BRO.
fusUESPORTES, & 11RO.
te of Mrls. Eliza Cockrell, do'd, wil
hiind t hem in properly at tested to the un
dersigned at his oflico in Wlinsboiro, af. al
early dato. 11. A. QAILLARLD,
jans 21--tlx2 Admar.
Nor'th Carolina Flour.
r AaSr 1. 0, FLUR,
'} n4 brshoels Seed Oits.
Just received by
KE4TCHIIN, MeMASTERI & IIRICE.
UTNAILS, WVood Screws, of boat Ameri
canmanufactuto su all siaes, Tools
C.sh. arIron, .11op1 Iron, &o. Low t
1 ETCIIIN, MoMASTEII. & flRIOCE,
URAOKERS AND CREFE.
4 B1B3LS, Froelh Soda Crackera,
800 lbs. NIco Factory Cheese,
F"or aale by
K1MT~lfIN!, MoMASTER- & . B3RICI.
V. 8, m-1anm1A ISa -y Amnn.
J) Virtue of an Exenution to me di.
Byreetel, I will offer for salo at Fairfield
our. 11ouse on Itie Arst lVediesday
in F trry next, within the legailbours of
blo, t (he highest bidder, forl Cash, , (le
Following Bent aund I'erotal Property.
i'urchasers to, pAy for Titles. To wit:
One tract of 90G apres, moto or less, of
Iiiii in Fairtield )District, lying on Yonguo'ta
liranch, about ode milo nortlhwest of tlhe
'%owi of Wititboro. nnd hounded 6Iy landsof
) 'larles Ca thonrt. Itiohird Cathcart, Josepi
II. liennedy and It. E E'liisona. 600 Jiush
els of Cotton leed, more or loss, I Wagon,
: Mules, I (Horse, tle Bacon of six head of
Ilogs, Plantation 'T'ools, &a. Levied upofi
:11(he property of C. V. Faucot, a the
suit or Iu'kley, Fisko & Co.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. 'Marshal.
pcr I-. WY. OLfL.UVEl, Bp. Dpy.
, 1itue of 81Iidry Executions to m di
reetd, I will ofer for sale it Fkirtield
mouit Illsue on thie first Monday and tho
d:ty folowing inl February next, within tile
legal hous o s'o, to the haighest, bidder,
' Cash, tiho following Real l'r'perty.
l'urca,:ers to pay for tillos. To wit:
()ne tract of 800 noros, more or less, of
11it inl Failrlield Disttriot, bounded by lands
ol' Thos. MoKinstry, A. P. Irby, JatimI
N et "itell, Mrs. Natiiy Frazier, Col WMi.
S11 itht and otler'i. Levied upo n11t4 the pro
perly of Joii Iicklo Itubertson, at the suit
at' Nhietha l'. Itobertion vs. N. C Itobert
One tr'Act of 507 acres, more or less, of
1.1 lid in Fairtieid Dit tr'iot adjoiniig rands of
Ilios. True, 11. R. Elkin, John 11. Broomi,
Dr. Thos. F. Broom and others. Levied
tiupoii as (lie property of' James N. Shedd, at;
thet :mit of leo. i[. Mo.laster and others.
ntie traet of 1'1 tores more or less of
lnio iln Fairtield Ilistriet, lying on the wetL
side of Iittlhe tiver, and on the right
huiln sile of the road leading froin W'inns.
t-oto tIo Alonticello by Jlttelitncaan's Ford, and
lototled by lands of Cutlibert arrison,
Mirs. Mary Aiken, J. B. Gladney and others,
Levied upon an (he proporty of It. Y. Glad -
ney, at tle suit of Thoias Jotdan nnd ollve
One tract of 1230 acres, more or less, of
lanild in Fairtiold District., on waters of
ttck. sron's Creelk, nbout three nles north
west of' Winnsuiboro, adjloining lands of Dr,
W. E. A ikon, lichard, Catlhonrt, Joln 11.
Cathciart, C. W. Paneett. antd otters. Lev.
ied uipon as Itho property of It. E. .Ellison, at
the stit, of H'. II, Rodgers & Co., 1). Lau.
derdale iad others.
One lot containing about 2 aeres, (more
(Itr less,)with 1)wolling-house aud out, build
higs in. MontIcello. Levied upon as lire
propenly of C. W. Piaucett,.at tle suit of
Cah-b Clarke, Robert. Hough & Co. and
8. F. D).
JIa. 10, 186'7.
Irenry A. Gaillard, Con'r vs. Jacob Feat w
for and others.
I N pursuanoo of orders of Court, I will soll
at. publio outory to the highest bidder,
at. the Court lhouse in Witnnstboro, on the
l i1t. Monday in llebrunry next, lie following
Tract of Ltnd, described in lie pleadings
in this catise. Known an the "B CKHRAD
[LAt lE," situate in this Distrit, eontain.
nore or less, and bounded by. Wads of Esft
Diatvii Milling. Mrs. Fanny Means, Jas. W.
Young 0tld ot hers.
Gash sutllent, to pay Mosts of silt and
expenses of' salo, bailanooon a credit of onie,
two anid three years, with intecrest. from day
of sale. Putrchasest to givo botnd wIth gooid
scour'ity and a :nor't gage of' the premises,
aind to pay ('or papers anud revenue nitaps.
I will ao sell on the samie day and at
samto plaice the lands of Estato of Jacob F.
Coleman, deo'd, subjet to widow's dower, ha
A pait thIer'eof.
Cash anfilicit to pay costs of suit anti
expenses of sate, balance on a credit of one,
Iwo and three years purchasers to give
bond with good scurity anid a snortgage of
(lie preoises, and pay for papers and roven
II. A. (IALLLAllD,
Comn. ia Equity,
Jan. 11 1808.
(!allpalgnls of Forrfst anli is Calvalfy,
rpil E isator'lcal record of thie most brilliant
.L exploits anud dauing adventures of thie
war, among its many valuable anid initerestL.
ing oontribu.Ions to historIcal truth, clears
up, on unqiuestlonttble. antliorirty, all mis
repreuentations in regard) to thie taking of'
Fort, Pillow by Goneral Forresth Address,
,J. P. M ILIitto&CO.,
Jan 4~4t Phtila.Ielphia, Pau.
New Goods I New Goods !!
NOW arivin g a freshl stock 'otgoods con
N sisting of Dress GJoods, Blankets? Flan
A large stock of Shoes and Dooty.
Coneuating of Fino and Common Mlolasses,
Sugars of every gradlo. Jest Gunpowder,
hlyson, Blaok atul Japan Toe,'Cne
Oysterw, Bahfloui asd 7omatowr, VTIevs
Sauces, Mustard,- lrandy-Peoos, gand ,
Choose, American and Italan Maetaw 1,
Soda' Oracke, Walaul, I~omofa, Egg VWeans
and Nontpsroll %Caybs.
A now stock of croekery mnd Htard are.
We Invito w. o at tention 'of Cash>urh
KE1TuIIN, Mel SATAR ADB 05. 2
supply Teachuers anJ bl xn okte y
best toras, Seed4 for blr Clialdh~ of
School an 4 fiO,~Po*a
W RITING PARRAN W LOPU9