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T!io t>bjj;??ilaiiir? it?kniibltki ut Colina
bia on tho 21 th inst. Tho House was
eadie . to ohi?r l?y tho speaker, mut ?cv
ehly-.s' > on members answering to their
names, it was anhbuoeon' that a qtit irani
waa pr?sent, ami Mm; the House was
ready to proceed lo basin ?sit. The rosig
nation pf Nitlehtiiio, colored iticinbcr
fri) ni /Vhhcvilic, was read and awe pl ed. !
James ll. Jones, member elect fro in
Marlboro', in pince of Stubbs. resigned,
appeared and qualified. A coinutittee
was appointed to wait on tho (inventor
and .inform lum timi tho House was or
gani/.od and ready to receive any com
munient ?Oh he might l>e ph ased to malee.
The Se?alo w as called tb order by thc
President, I). T. Corbin, lind only four-'
teen nichtbcri' answeringio (heir tinnies,
it wa H declare?! ilmj a quorum iv ns not
present, rind tie1 Senate adjourned,
On tho V?i?i?soVor?l additional Semi-!
tors app/arod. :1ml a quorum was nu-'
Joseph A. Oreen, while, c loci cd iii tho
place ol Kn nd ol ph. Tor OlitiigiAuirg;, and
Ctcbrgo \V. Barber, e?lPredi oleo I cd in
the place of Rutland, fbi* Fairfield, np- ?
penrod ?ind qualified.
A resolution was odored by M<iiiigbht-i
erv. ami adopted, continuing i he .?rgaui
?iatib?i pf tho Sonnie tho sante as at thc
special session; subject tb .such changes I
e.n tho committees as may lie ordered Hy
? ho President.
.Mesures were i inert dinged bolwcch
thc twp lbnises in regard to their orjgntl
i/.ation and readiness to proceed io l>n.si-|
HISS, ami it joint committee was appoint
ed to wait oil the i.i."vernor (iud notify'
ililli that tiie (.eucla) A:-e:n!ev wits
ready n> receive any oOniiiiuiiiealibn ho
might liave to make.
A resolution to adjourn over Until
Monday was agreed to in Hie Senate,
lut los! in lim ionise, ?lloili Houses
Agreed, however, to adjourn over lb lVi
In th..- House, 1". S. J.cv.iv. nie inlier
cleet fruin I-i.xiiigt?n, appeared kitti quill
tiled. Tim pillee of stenographer was
A resolution to allott rn? jilly to mem
bers during absence, except cn aeeotuit \
of .severe illness, was lost. Ayes, - ii
'liir. laughable farce entitled " Tho
CbiitC-sied Fdeclibti,;' ?lill occupies ..!,<.
'* board*" at Um City co;;.n il roohisi
No new tentures have keen added -ilur
our last, for the i'oiis?li that thc manage
ment eoimiders tia' piece pcifee* in :i!l
that makes a fal co a farce, ami so like
wise do tim publi?. The " lin)lot sectte" j
i". Tuesday's performance, in which tia:
neting bo?rd of Aldermen iv tts turned
into euuntt rs, is pronounced ;is amitsiiig
ii piece of juggl?i'y its wits ever witnesses i
on or oil' tile stage. Tin: fibsbhce pf the.
Votes from two or three of lim boxes did ,
not, as was feared, interpose niiy obsta
cle lo the success of thc performance.
Tins .scene w ill probably In- repented ip I
intervals to gratify tim tastos of the pillo ,
lie. who are greatly tickled with it.
Not hi tig boiler could lie given. The;
tournament of the barristers is now in
orourcss, mid excites much feili?ig n-.
tuong tito members ol tito legit 1 frat emily,
l! is doubtful as yet whellier lhai;upc 0l'|
Kool soap will be the victor. Ilotll arc
dbngiity knights and experienced in lilt
ing, but as the prize is merely a Mayor,
neither is expeeted to display his best
points. Nevertheless. S?lito dexterous;
feats may 1)0 looked for.
In tho meantime, .Mr. Pillsbury, the
hero of tho piece (which Sins beeil pot tip
oxpres.-ly for his bc ne/ll and regardless of
cost) is winning his way more and moro
into public favor and sympathy ; ami.
kl though merely a quiet special or of I his
novel raree-show, is gaining ntuoh that
will awl him in judiciously iii?tihgikig bur
city affairs when lie fills the place lb
which Justice and tho Popula; -Vote, have
already assigned him.
TlIB SI NNV Sonn. - We wore sin wu
last week some branches of tho cotton
plant on which were blooms and bolls,
looking fresh and vigorous. They were
from thc garden of Mr. S. I). Kirk, ll
Judi.lt street, ie. this city. Mr. Kirk
informs us that this cotton was planted
late in June, and received little or no
cultivation. A f'li mil to so genial and a
soil so fertile as this of Sooth Carolina,
has attractions for tin: iiidustnoo? farm
er no where surpassed. Lot them corie.
THANK soi vi so was very generally ob
served in Hie city, but apparently not
with that heartiness which is character
ist ic of Northern thanksgivings^ It md
dom i? in (his latitude,
Hh'Ti'ltX OP (? OVKlib'Ol! WO VT,
c ; ? ' \ 11 ; N o i - SCOTT has been absout ti
short (loin lYom thc State, and (luring
this lime has had an opporttltlit\ !?> coti
suit with politicians and business men
abroad, iii regard to important int?r?sts
connect nd with thc wei rare ol'our Stat**,
Th? Cohunhia corrcsjtdndeid ol' the ,Vci ?*
repoHS? as follows, his interview witli thc
I tOVOruiM' :
Governor Scott, iv holli your corres
pondent hud OU the cars, returning io
Columbia, looks well aller bis vis!;. lie
lois brought witli him iroiii Ohio his fami
ly, who lett Charleston last summer Ibr
their health, ami tho Gubernatorial main
si.m will therefore li? graced dining (be
winter hy the, presence of thc Governor's
wib>. The GoVeitior says that he has
conversed extensively willi gentlemen of
thchighest post illili and wealth al th?
North iiml West, nml lho\were all of
Um cpinioii thal the only way lo revive
thc lallen fortunes of thc state, is for
the people of intelligence In the ?State to
cease io bo b willi distrust and scorn oii
Northern people ivlio settle iii ibo Stat,
ami brjllg their capital ; in oilier word-,
not to satirize them as .. carpet I niggers"
or lo ridicule timm if they sec lit to be
come candidates for pf lice. T?ti'y told j
thc Governor that a-- long as (hat feel
ing existed, or unies-; Hie people became
more cosmopolite in their tVays and mis
toms. Un-State would romain in jU j res
ent half-way disorganized condition lind
could possess no crt dit abroad. Tho
G?vofhof hopi's that as tietieial tirant
has been elected by so ovorivholming a
majority the old feeling will wear away,
and that General Grant, in admiiiister-j
ing tito Government i will bo abie io
shape his co?irs? feo ti's to create a cpueil
iatovy disposition between all parties.
d'!m < bo ci nor also states thill leading'
railroad tuen timi OapitalistSj worth ten
and twelve million dollars, arc auxii iisly
awaiting the thorough establishment of
civil hot i:i tito Slate, when they arc
featly to give their ntotmv and en'ergie*
to any railroad i'htorpl iso in tim Sotilli
iyhicll htts a slia'iow of promise of ht inp
-atc ?iud profitable to themselves, as wed
as to tiie c ?in mil ni He^ lobe ue|ie|Uted by
their construction. All they yvtiiit to be
assttn-d of i-, that the obi citizens r> cog
ni.m fully tim law-- passe I by Cilligri Ss
rtiid tiro (.ogistatfires of lite Various)
States, ami will ad up t<> them faithful
ly; Governor Set-It has no dOtib? wl?iti-l
ever ol In jng,/nble to complete the
lillie tiipg? Haiitdadi if tim pr?sent
peace of th.e Stniti be maintained, ami
tim people forget, for tho tim'"-, all p.diti
L'td isvues. ami devote themselves lo
their material hitOtoSts,
LJXCOi.S' rx?yj:/:s? i y.
Inst nr.m.bci- appeared a C??h-'
inundation from a student tit thc iibovtii
institution, inviiig an account of a meet-,
in.; of youie of I'm- liieiei- tifjtho I'lliVeri
sitv? find tho presentation ci'a ibm to a
thctiiber of the t's'.notts FltYy-tbuylh Mass, j
t.'o loi td Vols., ut.itcr tuition there; cm-,
bi'?cliig al.- ' a speech Oii behalf (d' tili'
institution by A. Il Griinke, a young
??loi'ed mun of this eily. Mr. Griitikti
appeals to tliosc xv lio aro friendly to i'm
education of tile ni'j.?l'0, to lend their aid
toward sustaining this University, winch
ho states is destined to oxer; a pOwerltll
itilhicn?e in elevating his race, by send
ing out numbers of tV?ll-ed.tictiti'd young'
moil us instructors to tho masses; and
a Hording all who desire it a favorable
ineans Of obtaining a know ledge of the
higher branches ol learning. Lhiedhj
Cuivei'sity is ail in-tilutiou for tho eda-!
cation of young mon bf African descent,
established ai <>\i ud, Pennsylvania. A
correspondent writing of it. says;
" Within two yeal., four ch;.its have
! ccu cniio'.vc .!. o.ich "it ibo sum pf $20,.
ooo; ono ivy tl..- liberality of W. jv
Dodge, Ksfj,^ of our city ; one 'ny thc
Avery estate bf Pittsburgh ; ono by ti
gentleman of New York; timi one by
.Mrs. Mary Dickey, her husband, son.,
and others. Tiiri?e mote dial rs should
lie endow,. I at once, and tho Capacity
of thc building doubled. Moto (hah half
of lbc students were slaves a few yeats
since, a .d over foriy were soldiers. Tile
Lincoln University will turn out i lied
grand tea.iiem of thc race.''
Thc New York Tribune closes ait ar
ticle relative to thc lJuiVOl'Sify willi tho
follow ing icm a lits : I
" Wc trust, fdr Hie honor ofdins nation,
thal lite world is about to witness here
an attempt upon agr?ai scale to raise
anti lo felt li?, oomparati vely, a race which
for moro lliah two centuries has been
studiously degraded by every device |
which all the ingenuity pf an unlimited
power and all thc precaution of an un- i
nundy fear could suggest. There aie
tiloso win) hope for failure tts well as
those who predict success ; but, unfortu-j
wittily, almost i vory scheme tims far hil i
upon lia? liad certain partisan features,
.and luis boon approved or condemned
pnile in advance, according to tito polit
ical proclivities of it.-, observers. Tim
reStllt'of this, unless it should bo correc
ted, . ust bc judgments erroneously hasty
and impatient conclusions unwarranted
hy fair ami hone.sl experiments. A pi cal
project, for tho permanent amelioration
of tlic social status of a class cannot be
carried ont in a month, or il) a year. Nor
should it be dependent Ibr its success
morely lipon Acts of Congress or thc
j shifting pliai c?i of popular opinion ?V?
aro ul rays rejoiced) Hu rt fore, whenevei
liiere h i ? > he uh ettbrl i<> 'educate th'
Ul ick, lo Hud i'-- supportera neting upon
a permanent basia, with full leisure ibid
opportunity upon thelriside. Webelleve,
c.hciiccr un lilli mpt has! been tua le '.
train lite Ul:iel\ iii this rousbunlde wayn
thai ii has aliVav.s succeeded : and I? ve rv
both -1 man wi!! nur?o with mn consider'
hi.'; sbciM biilleultics ?hielt requires i ,J
prescience lo lorelei!, thai '.ii" experi
ment ci' liberally educating ii consider
tibi? body oft-ohu'cd Mani, well worth
trying, \Vli?le'ver may he thc opinions
?fothers, we have ho doiibt ol'a favor
ablcrcsull, Al any rale, av we cannot
tlvoid llie n ial wilhoul danger of an
archy, let it l>e fairly and philosophical
si si'i:.xs;nx <>/-. rm: Mh'UC'Ull v.
The New Yolk Tribune, in eoiiuu?ht
lhg on lins cvOtit, says :
u T?tere could scarcely be a more sug
gestive fact. Thc Mercury has id ways
been Ibo organ ol'thc Aristocracy of lite
South, and has always represented I Ito
extreme sentiment ol' Southern slave
driving aggrandizement. Ilelbrc ?lie
war.il was the ?tiniest enemy ol' the
I nion, buring lite war. it champa> ?eil
Hie har die-I measures; and since pence
it has beeb thc implacable foe of every
lioiiesi attempt a; reconstruction, fi ht
el by a member ol the noted bl titi Iv .>!
RiicMs. it has biby ropreseillei
every principie of which tile WhottS li.iv?
so hui.' hen intrepid and Consistent ad
vocale-.. Its suspension, therefore^ in
dicates that lin* b ari -to.'rac " is dead
thal the-' fus! families" ol' t'ne Soul h cai
no loiigci support an Org.'ih : ililli that a
a polilietll fact their empire i-pa-t. W
are jsorry for Mr. Khell, and f ir thc -a
pension bf li' s enterprise ; but thc il?til
of i he .V rcurif is a .sari' sign of thc dh
solution i'f all tliiil remain-ol't!:e prob
and exclusive class thal dwelt for s
many yeats in South Ca roi inti j and ivigi
ed ol cr t he lb )utldie.':'
.y.l r/: yo i'll MOM: v.
I T!i" poorest, laboring man who ca
saye thirto'eh and Ihroe-qtiurlor cents pi
day, jud ai compound Interest, w ill sa?
in one year S?t)? in ten years SOoti,
twenty \ ears i? 1,8(50, in thirty y ear
?o,V';?U. in forty 87.7,00? ia lt tl y yetti
?11,OOO. Who coal.i not do better titi
this if lie would try? Con-taut lal'
would enable every man or ni . .linnie...
make a fortune by saving a fra <. tb,ty.
his daily eili'inngs, Tile I'refidniaf!
[Savings llaiik; loci, ted at 71 lir?n
[street, ii iii generously alii ?ill vvlipj wil
j to adopt ? s'a I ? ?tul ?onic?neiit plan h
saving their moues. Those who iv h
to know how it ?sdi.ne can s. cure a
needful information by eoiisiiltilij' M
Hilt.a-, tl;.' cushier, vii i is always a. il
post, in the bank, during hanki:
News and other Items,.
( ! I N . < 11:AM'.- ld l our.- ll is nude
-t u-d that llenera1, tirant will hol ma
at: extended report as to milita ry. opel
lions dui in.: the. past year, but will t i an
mit t!ie rcpt its of the\a rion s dopai
ment nod district continu tide i's, with
-hort hiter Calling attention to Corin
recommendations and .suggest|on? in -ti
reports, it is rumored that m his iii
inessiigo to CVrngreks, President tira
will recommend the adoption bf
amendment to ibo Constitution providi
thai after it by person has once he'd t
lb esideiit ial chair lie .-hall not 1)0idig?l
to tiie slime ollie,- again.
Wii.n TitiN?-W'laii Hie I)cmocr?
d|scharg?j their poor employees I
Voting tis tlibirconscience dictates, wit
will tho aforesaid Democrats do? \\
lliev hue other t'epublh-ans. <?). wc
themselves ''. The threat of; dischargi
labor?is is a humbug, tc- the cmpl.yci
under as nitfny obligations bi tim e
ployees tis thc cu phoees arc to the c
i'm; Wniii.n Miivrs.-Californians i
peet to make tho journey from San Kn
cisco to New York by rail nc\! boin
i'f .Inly wed,, and thc wonderful progn
of Ibo I'aeiliC Hoad cneoiira;:e.-; us to lu:
thai their expectations may be realize
Poon r>tsisi:ss.-Tit,- ollleedunile
raid upon President Grant brings
mind .Mt. Lincoln's complain! uildrr
similar ablu tion, b 1 am like a landlm.
said he. " who is so busy renting icu
tit mic end of lite hiiildiug that bc Inn
time to it I tend to Ike tire thal is ra;i
at thc other end."
Tin; Kielli m- Si'H'ii.iOit.-Al tin i
cent Woman's Sulfrttge Conven?an.
Huston, .Senator Wilson staled thal i
der tliO fOUrj??uth article (the anio
ment) of the constitution of the Y
lcd Skill's, bc would have no he-i
lion in voting for tin iict of Congress
give the colored man in every Si
thc righi to vole. He added, lunn
Ci', that as many pei'SOUS did not pi;
this ('(instruction cn thc fotlrtoi'i
article, lhere would have to be tini
er amendment submitted. In his oj
ion the constitution could be .io amt
cd that, thc right of sn lira ge, in six
?igllt months, will bc secured lo
colored mon till over Hie land.
IsciiKA.sti o?- POPULATION.-Thc pt
iation of the United States is no
30,000,000. If it incrca.sesin thc s
ratio as it lias in preceding period
'will be 12,000,000 In ?87?,aiid I7<>,f
? OOO in 1 POO.
j Ntl I ); .J INC I ION ns Ae, oi.NI i'I C<>|.
i "it. - - ( ioneral ( irani , in ?lis dist ri hut ion ol
i favors in New York, (lilied vvith l'icrre
, pout, war I ?enioerat ; breakln-bd willi
Circo loy, Republican ; niel diiiod agiiiti
I ? ?Hi I loflumn, I >einoernt, ut :i rihiiior
pivoii in honer ol' KVitl'ls, Johnson Kc
IV\sii> DOM:.-lt is said liuij Ute
j Doinooraliii party will In?, cu bai::;' .! -
i wiih whiskey probably, un Hui seoro of
economy, as (?tefe is iioiirly enough of
j Holl liquid in tho I ?oily already lo suii 'ill
! pm poses. All il needs now h- to he
i " hi.? 11 ld up."
! M. m TIMI i ic IN Iii MIN Hi-.lNus,
i Tho Calveston (Texas) CioMOn bf 11)0
; I t|i Uisltnil makes thc follow in.!.' sttito?
mont : 'V Although it may ?jo ;i lUitttor of,
surprise lo our nani rs, il is iiOVortiiclc.SS
?Hilo timi Messrs, Hohlenhoiner ?\- Co..
?of this city, have just received a eons'gh
: ment of Coolies iiircjl fr??ll ( 'hina. They
"'ere shipped direel lo litis port ll udor
, ordinary hills ol' lading, ami uro regard
0(1 bS, the linn as .simple increhand so. lo
he-old for freight ami charges. Two-1
i thirds ol' those persons ure females, ono;
ol whom is said to I HS very beautiful, i
They arc b> he disposed ol' nt auction.!
In < ?di lornin ami Mexico e'oolies are,
(jilitO eonunon. but this invoice, wc be
lieve. Ls the first ever received in Texas, j
What tho result will be remains to ho
j seen." j
j PliRACiir.il \Nii PKOIM.I..-( 'onprepatioiis j
ought t<> rein.auber thal there aie dath -
iloVolyiitg on ?he??, as wadi ns the minis
I tor. lt is mi easy nial 1er lo lim I faull
willi t he pa-tor. When the leal source ol"
thc trouble may lie willi tho people. lit!
a recent charge to a cong[rogation tho
.-peaker remarked :
" They (the people) should he faithful
iii their attendance upon his preaching;
If ll Was his duty lo preach, lins implied
that it was their duly to hear him. If il
was his linly to preach twice mi thc Sab-;
halli, it was their duly to hear Ililli 1 iv ice.
If il was his (lilly lo preach in Ulipleas--!
ant weather, it was their duly io hear
linn in unpleasant weather. This was ti
go?d rule, and worked both ways. Sun-1
dav liiglll air. san! he. m reinavkably un
wholesome in this lutiltldc, especially lp
tim kings- of Christian people."
No storm-, in lld.- seel iou of lite .wolli, '
appear lo he so much dieu.ie.I ami ear.
fully ti voided as those that come iijioii
Hie Sabbath. I
MAH RI A Ci ES.
Du Thur.vlay, the l'J'h lust i j by the l.'ev.j
I'. A. M.nab iii Hie residence .>i tho Inkle's
l'allier. <,. I. < t ' N XI Ni ; 11A M . Ksi,., former
ly 'il.... io ,M.\ M IK A..-ld..-! (Itiiiglp
tor oi' !.. T. Pi 11 I Kb'. Ksiju m i harh--l.ni.
S. ' '.
Al biiilingtoii, Nov. tsih. hv Kev. li. V.
AVIitiiOuinio. Mr. ?AMI.-. I fl.' VTl-.'.ll Unit
M, - - M AI; ii l A ttlKidAMSj hUth of bini
Hopkins lins Como !
I bav. tlie pleasilre of announcing |o hi>'
<,;,l patrons and friends, of Charleston, thill
I aa? a' hollie a ira Ul. and will as herd,bolo
give I.KSSi'iNri IX MUSIC and all depart
monts connected wild my line. .My school
i- a; HIV old stand. Xo. .17 Henrietta street,
JOH X T. HOPKINS.
A e..bored Professor.
< bat bslcn. i>. C.. <i?i. lo. if.
1?.? ( ?onsuinpt ivoM.
i'iie ( i il lo vi I n ( article, front the Boston
il , '' .- ?'r.s..-. ol Aug- 2(5th, IMS. will lie
foiinii intel e-ti:.tr io ('otisuuip!ive sufferers: j
1,1,'N li Ci ).M PI ,A 1 NTS, .Vc.
i'.. liiosu ir.mbled wiih Ijtite I'biiiphthils,
Sr aa bili-, a-iliina. and kindred coni|ilainl-. j
I can coiisoioiilioiisiy rccoinineiul Un- pte
Setiplibll "I Kev. lei ward A. Wi!-on, of Wil-I
bam-i'uiL'. hui.n's. l om.tv. X. V.. to be ?rn
suive remedy. I lulim no doubt al ail that the |
ni.-.!'a ino saved m\ vv if,-'- life S.I M Wli.S glV?l'l
itp nv tin- host physician as beyond hts hU\\\;1
and Mr. Wb-'u'- reniedy .-Hied her. by lin- '
blessing of Ci 0?i> i'!;:- pi'esi i ipi ion can be
obtained free ol' Hov. Ktlwaid A Wilson J
Wiiilaiii.sbaig, Kings ( 'ott hi y. X. V. 1 know
of shverui other tustanoc.s w h. re the reinedv j
has .-ilo.Mod cares ol' lung di.-e;t.-os, which ]
bullied the t.-.-l tm-.heal advice. Now till
who have liing HOIltpbillits. or oven think ;
consumption ha- seized noon them, lake my
lid vied if you waul ?my such remedy, and j
send at biiee as tibove, and voil Will never
rjjiWriii il. .I X, liltltilV.
Bost?n, M.i-s. tit'lg.l; ly. !
JOH N M . A I) A M S
R?-'.i ;S leave lo inform bis friend- and lim
(millie gOncrntly, that bc ha- littod iipthe
Xo. ; >.'( M i lay,
ina neat and comfortable manner, fm- lb."
rteoiimutodatibn of Tl! A X'.-l i-'.NT ?ind PKlt
I M A X KN T li?AKOivttS ; and hope-, by his !
! ondeav ..rs lo plea.-e his jrues.ls and lender
theil) comfort abie, lo mc. il a fair shire ul
I jUthltc patronage.
j n?vW lt pd . ._
.i. isdr/v toh'si'DiN.
i FKKIODH Ali Ol bV LMK,
027 KINO SiKi'.ui , CU.W;U:MON,
UAS ail li?(! l'apers, Periodicals. &o., for
. which lhere ls ?my call, ?md will receive
I orders for ;iny paper or purlodleal published
?ii ibo, 1'iiiteil Stilles, ?ind pro?iire lim same
The (ilAKl.l'kSTOX AHVOCATK may
? ?ilways he obtained ?it his store. if
! Freedman's Savimcs&Trost Company.
Branch nt 74 Broad Street,
ai?ARI.KSTOS\ S. c.
j 1 \KPOSlTS made on or htiine thc pith day
I./ of Xrivoli}bur ill draw inteve.-t ns from
Novoinbor 1 si.
IH CH ARI) K. OKKKKF.
( ii'n Advisory Commuted .
lb P. WAU,, Secretary.
I NATHAN KMTITK, ('ashier.
I er<,ll iltt
IN THU IMsTMH ?T CO lt IM' Ul 'MIK I M'li:i>
-1 \ ri ?. rou i in: DISTMCT OF
s< s iii t \ liol IS \ .
III I Iii* Minite, ul' AlMt AH AM A s 11 tl . Html,
Hy whom II Petition for Uljudtonlion i f
Uanki uptev e:-s li,, ?I nu in,- .(lil il UV ul'
SOpt.; A. ! i. 1 ' ;s. in >.;.,,I i mon. lu Uti ilk'.
Tn i? is TO i> iv ti \ - . in f. Thal un titf Mt li ili?v ;
ol'Sopt. Ail) isuS,a Warrant hi Bankruptcy
v.vji:? t.sSlioAl ti^ithlsl tin- Kstiltl! ''I' Alltillllltll
Aniliy. ul Orangebiii-g, in Un- District ol,
t hiiiigeburg iuii? Still o ol' Suutli Carolina,who I
ha- h.-eu adjudged h Haiikrtipt. on ills own
Petition : Hint tiie payment ut' tiny Debts tiiiil I
Delivery oi'aiiy I'rpportv belonging to said
Ita uk nipt. in hini ur foi'iii.t inc .nut t be trans- ]
foi' ol' any Prnperty by him an? lot-hidden hv j
law: timi a meeting bf thc Liedliora ul' thc
.mid Iblllknipt, lo Prove their Debt.-, and toi
Choose onoor inure Assignees ot' his l?state,
will he hcM nt a ('mu t bf Ihiukruptev. lo be
holden al Xu. 72 Hi-oiid sh eet ( 'harl?sion S. < '. |
before lt, li. l'arpenter. Remisier, on the .'Illili j
day o| Nov.., A. I>. I SUS.at l pVlook, 1'. M
.I. I'. M. lil'PlNU.
Vj.-H. Marshal as Messenger,
nov mit I
is Tut: msTiticT foti UT ot* iiu; UNITKD
STATUS. I OU i'm: PlSTHICT Of .sill iii
t A MOLINA
Iii the mailer of W. J. M Xiii i i.. Hankiupl,
liv whom a I'eiition iva' Adjudication ul
Bankruptcy was tiled un tin- li'.ih ilav til l
Sept.. A. I?, lsns. in said (otu I- In Btttik
Tilt- IS TO ?SIVK NOl'tfT.. Tllhl on tin- Killi
dil j <i| Si pt. A. D Isiis. a Warrant in Bank-I
ruplcy wa- U'Mied against Hu- l?state ol ?
W. .1. M a? il I, tit AM Saint.-, ill Hie Dist rici
ol' < ;.-oi ;;e!uwn and Si me of Smith ra rofl j
na. ii lin has been adjudged a Paukrupt on his j
ow a I'eiiii-i;; : (hat I'hepav nii-m nf any Debt.-:)
li lidI ii-llvui-y of tiny Properly belongil!" to
?.?dd Itaiikrupt. tu him ni- for hi- use. ami the j
I ru i is IV-1- of any Properly by him are fnrbidde.i '
hy Law : thal a nu-el i mr nf the Creditors uti
tin- -a'ul Bankrupt, lo Prove Ih?lr Debts,
anti lo choose oin- or inure Assignees of Ins
l?state, w iii lie helli at a I nui hf liankruplcv
td hr pi iii hm til No. 7J Ih-otid st n.CI < harhs
ti.us.i'.. hetme l?. lt. Carpenter, Register,
.ni tile :ii)th dav ot Nuv.. A. D. I sus. at ll
o'clock. A. M.
.1. P. M. HITING,
1 '. S. Mai -Int! a- Messenger.
IN iii?; Dtsiitic)' (iiiriif OI-'TIIK UN rr Kl) i
STATU?, FOU TH li lUSTUICT Ol'
SOUTH CA MOLINA.
tn thc matter.of .ions D. SiAOILL, Hank-j
Hy wluun a Petition fot- Adjudication of h
Matikruptey wa- tiled un the Illili day of j i
Sept., A.I); LSiiS, iii said Ooiirt. lu Bank
rupt C,i .
7 Vi i ii >.-. to 'jive w<Hi:\ That on Hie Kith liny
of Sept ('inlier, A. 1 ). 1 sos. a Wiirra ni in Balik!
nipti-v iva s issued against lin- K-tate ol'
.Itihli'D. Mugil), of All-aims, in lin- D'r-ttiet ul
I JeOfgetiiivu ami St tile ot Smith < 'molina.w Im
has b<i:u iitfiinlired a Itaiikrupt; on hi- owh
I'el it ion; that thc paynieiil of any Debi-ami
Delivery ol'any Properly belonging' th said
Ihiiikrupl, to him ur tor hi- use. ami (he
Han-f.r ol' any Properly by hint ?ire Unhid-j
ihn hy Law; thal a uiecting of Hui t.'t-edilbrs
1 if lin- -a'nl Bankrupt, I" Prove their Debts.
ii i ul ie eboo-i- mu- ur more Assignees of his
listilte, will he hohl at a I .?uri <>i Ibinkliipt
.-.v. o I. . I. .i.i., V,. -.? .I .uieet I
(hath-.ton. S.nilli Carolina, bi lure P.. H.'
t.'AUIM'.NTKM. Itegisler, nu ibo .'lilli day nt j
Novehthcr. Ai 1>. is';>. at 12 b'etheki M.
.1. P. M. li PP! NO,
I'. S. Mar-hat as Messenger,
nov 21 lt. |
Headquarters Department of tho South, !
dina' tje.urrr.i?M vs nat's ori n a:,
A fl. V.M A, I. A., NOV. lill). lM'.S
SM AI dil > Pli'OPt>s.\],s will he received
nt tlii> otlh-c uni il 12 Mp November -JSih. isils.
at which tinie tltCV will be opened. l-'OK
I t KNISIll.Nii M?i'liPl A L and
ErcctiiiK a Brick Lodge
r.ui'ul',mr at inc National Cemetery ul SAI.
iSlil.jllV. N.e. according to lim'plan and
specifications to Iii! seen al tho olliee ol'tho
i'dsi Quart erniasl er at Haleigh N.e.
'Iii.- usual roipiiremi'iils for bids, eic., w ill
bc .-sa ted.
l'reposai s should he endorsed v Proposals
fur liri-etimr a Brick l.odyh Bittldlngy!1 and
tidiireiis'id to the iiiiderslgite"t|.
IL SA N'TON.
Pvt. Uti;;, lien, anti M. I'. S. A..
f'hidl'Q. M. Dept. of the South.
Nov. M. :it.
Bells i Bolls ! Bells !
',);I:A r Tto?i?VE?tiST /.v cyr M.irv
or 7".v:; Ash ut hw ri LI rv,
(Iront R?duction in Prico
or ot u i
P.N'iiLlsIl li K ON /di, CA ST S'l'lililh AN 1 )
I'Ali'bt PK I' ( (IMPOSITION j
HARRISON k DAVIS, Founders,
titi YVAPKP.N STivliK'i', NliW-YOBIv, |
MANI I Vi ' I int. IO Oil I *t'" U
il 11 M \ > bf Bivi d.S iii' apy nu m her ur kev. ;
Musical Mimd Hell.* in -et-, from "in- tu j
seven nelave.i. I
Afar lu-Us in Itfo?/.t!, Sil vcr f?r Ahiinhtuiii P
Abo in Hells "i any ivt igltl.
Wi- keep eonstaiit?y im hand a large a-- !
sort men! oft burch ami ether Beds.
Carburet Coinp?sitioii Hods ai fi fi cen echt.s
pm- pound. Thisds thc cheapest hell nevi hi
: ho imo l\t-\,
Ali mu Hells that ?tri! nuutnlcil w ?th our .
! pat cul ntphutlngs arc ivarrantetl for 'INvo
j year-. Th,. WaiiiUlteii ol' till ollie.' hC'H
i..'.imh-i'.- is for une v ear only,
i iii- have the nilly reliable Self-rotary Yoke
. ever applie.l lu the I ?uping of hells.
Oin- best Hr?nze. Hells are linnie froid thc
I best liiiglisli hrmi/.e mot til. eoiiipoHcd ol
pun- Copper ami lin (without alloy.1 or wt
! IbrtVit the prit.fdic hell ;
i l-'or particulars -end fm- Olreiilrti' tn
ll A PK ISON ,v DAVIS.
Ci Warren-slreet. New Vo'.k.
'? sept 1'.' li
ANTliD- ALl'.NTS. - ?200 per month
, the voar round or a certainly nf ShUO (0
4M,nO(l per mouth lo those hiving ii little
oiipiitll, We guaranty the above monthly
! salary to good active agents at their own
' homes, livery agent, farmer, gardner, phil).
?ter anti fruit prower; North anti South,
' $ht>uld send nt onie for particulars. Please
' . alt on ur address AHP.APN A. Ct.,
i n:i Second Si.. Baiihudi e, .ii,l.
E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.,
r><)l I tc. Piiclv.-M.v, Now Yoeh,
Invite tiie attention of thc Trink' lo their ex
tensive assort mc nt ol' the above, ol'
their own publication, man
tt tuet tl re ami itnpor?
We pulili?li over iv
of Stereoscopic View
Nia?; a ia.
Our imported Vi
. .I' Wm Knolniul. t'l
? .'.ber eminent pie >l?
>l;l< TllOV??ANn subjects
s, Including ?
Mumumi h Cuve,
N'cv,- tl rem da,
Xe,, ive., &e.
?svs ctnbraee a hir^e as
the choicest productions
. W. WU mn. I.amy. and
grabbers. ebus|sthix of :
m. ( lomb
<'rvsi al Palace;,
ib-mc, Ac., \c
M I ur. r#A N DS (uo'i'iiii; nuibii;,
A new and intensely Ihtorc.siillg series. Also,
Illuminated ami Transparent Views, ill great
variety. We are also exclusive Agents in
Anna ea lor 1 KKK li I KifS i: I. A ss yiKWS,'
'I which we have a splendid assortment.
Agents tor Kriih's series ol \s l-l xii 1-2 in.
Photographic Views in Switzerland, the
(?hi?o. Kngland. Scotian I. Wales, i<fc?,
S 'I' ii K 0 S C O P k S .
We manufacture vev-.v largely, and have
ii iargo itdek of Ow heit st?flc? in the lovett
Pl IO TOO li A PI I AJ.Ul MS.
< hir inauulaeture of Albuins is well known
: brou;-bout the conn: iv a ?> superior in ipi a lit 3'
ind (leanly lo ad others.
All we sell arc made in our own factory,
md our siylcs an dilVei'l'M Irma those of any
itlu r maker. Huyers should not fail lo see
?tty stock belove making their purchases.
c 111 ?< iMO.S
Tbese bountiful pint tires, that eau not bc
iistinynislo il /non thc jtw'-*t Ol). I'aintihys. i"
niedOUlll their eosj. wc import largely I ?Oin
'aris. London. I'.crliu. Vienna, and koilie,
ind .supply the trade al tho Iowa's! j'viiiS.
K. Sc H. T. ANTHONY <* < '>.?
fit)! lb:' e\ nw AV. N ^ .. ,
hnporicrs and Mrmiilacinrm-s ol
TO MARKET GARDENERS
l> KALK KS IN
EXTRA EARLY PEAS.
Wc ?l?er for side, at Wholesale or Retail,
oi .adi. a VKKY CllOICK Assortment of
J A KI ?KN and LI LLP SKKlbS.
Our L\I'LA IC AIM V PICAS, we believe
..innot bc excelled in quality, and to be HF
.arly or earlier than any ir, the market.
KA KM & G A KO KN I M Pl KMKNT.S
ii.'ANO, HON Ll ?1 ST and other Fertilizer'/
'/ .-?"'' a'.aloguvs furnished on application
JOHN VANDERBILT cV BRO'S,
Agi iouitiUal Warehoii-e and Seed Store,
'iii l i l loN MIM I i,
NLW VOW Is
no', :!I ai
THE GR HAT WORK COMPUTE !
Vol; iV. or VICTO I P'S HISTORY (Ctvtt,,
Poi.i rn st.. VNI> MILITARY) Oi
The Southern Rebellion
h mc i.'iwiij.
'?llliS eoilipieies this great National work .
I. il I.s. by lar. tin- most exhaustive ami sal
isfaetorv pf all ibo narratives of dm bi!" Civil
War. il lue- the ciidorsenienl of numerous
liovernors, Mcnihcrs of Congress, Lniiticnt.
Olllcei s and Civilians, ll is, in luci. thc only
history nf lue War worths- of tlc h.mic.
Sold by Agent - ; nv sent b.\ Kxpross loans
aihhc-s on receipt ol' price, s i/ : In musli.i
liihdiug. per volume. In Leather. S I.O')
per volume. Addi ess
WM. IL OlKKINO, (IKN'.I AOL.
13 Spruce si reel, S?OW-S'oiil.
W' AOL NTS TAN P. N'OTK L ' -This
greitt work bein.?' complete will now com
mund a large circulation, 0oo<| Canvas^eiv,
male or female, can readily realize $10 pi r
(lav in taking ninnes for it. Very liberal
cohmiissions allowed, and exclusive territory
niven. For Circulai ol particulars addves.-l
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oc? :n it