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Astrict court,~ or District udge, shan go io,
So court ofAppeats. the appellant paying, in
sh, two dollars for the report, whieh shall
g t6 the District. Fqd. ,~o order of any
co tsorJudge in this State, shall require
rinting by karty to a suit of any report,
'N or other per connected with appeals.
XXXVII. Tbe various Boards of comuis
uibners for the District, instead of the reports
beretofore woade to the Superior court of Law,
sall, on the first day of the first quarterly
sitting-of the District court, in each year,
isAke such reports tQ the District court. The
District Judge shall himself, examine these
rports carefully, see ihat they contain a full
statement of transactions, for the year pre
ceeding, as well as a correct account of re
ceipts and expenditures, and point out errors
id'omissions. H4 may also refe them to
the Qrand Jury, in his court, and shall -anke
each order, in reference to them, - as he may
think likeiy to secure in future accurate con
*Wuty to law;
XXXV1IL..In case of the vacancy of the
ffime of a District Judge, by death, resigna
tion or otherwise, the Governor shall imme
diately appoint a successor. who shall contin
ue in office uatil a Judge shall be elected by
the Legislature, and shall take the oaths of
office. Tae District Judge, duriag his con
tinuance in office, shall hold no other office of
ofit or trust in this State, or the Unite.1
XXXIX. In- al process and pleadings in
the District court, the largest liberty of
azeadmeient, consistent with fairness, shall be
allowed.. Indictments shall be required to
contai rily so rudh as will give to the ac
CUsed reasdnable :information of tbe charge
against which he is to defend himself; sub
stance,-and not form, shall be looked to; and
technicid requirements shall not be permitted
to hinder or delay the administration of jus
XL. The Judges of the court of Appeals
aUU, from time to time, make rules for the
orderly aad uniform transaction of business
and conduct of cases in the several District
ourts of the State, and shall prescribe forms
abort and simple for the conduct of business,
and for the assistance of officers and others
connected with these courts.
XIJ. The fees of officers for all services which
are required by this Act, or either of the other
-Aaw mentioned in the "Act preliminary to the
kgislation induced ivy the emancipation of Slaves,"
nd ft*r which no special provision is made m
amy of these Acts, shall be the same as now pre
scribed by law for like services, except as is
XLII. The Attorney-General, Solicitor, Deputy
of either or other District Attorney, shall have:
; F*onvicting each offender of a felony,
- ~ ~ ~ Af .,,.. convicting ea6h offender ill the District
with senefit of clrgy, or an aggravated ,
misdemeanor....... ... ........10.00
* . --'For convicting each offender of a petty
* (Misdemeanors to be claesified according to
rules to be adopted by the Court of Appeals.)
For thue representing, the Tax (Collector,
Magistrate or oth'.r officer in a..ease for
tie-trial of a quen.ion of color or caste -...20.00
igtria out of any public funds in the hands
etsuch offcer, and recovered back from' the ad
eje arty, ifthe final decision should be against
--ing matters connected with -the Distriot 'Court,
. .these fees, to wit :
For all services respecting Juries, including
cetries in- the Journat receiving returns and ma
- . or,a Jury at: auonthly eitting. .. a.-. . .0:50
JYejrost a quarterly sitting.. ..:... .
.r new fury list, and necessary tickets. .2.00
For an anneal copy of rolls of jurors and
o0nstabee~ trnmitted to the T'reasurer. .. 5.00
- . 'for the annual report from the District -
*:oDurt tranismitted to the Treasurer..10.00
' Foar copying any report or other paper, or
.. . -* .-' -making~ any entrymQre than one hundre d
*.worda,jn a journal,for each word... .....01
* -P*lorcwome granzted -by order of the Dis.
.:- ..trict 4ndge....,.................50
Op all moneys-pai&into Court under order
oCor,8 per -centa...........-... -.8
)forfiRling any report, instrument or ap
-prenticeship, or other paper directed to
be fried in his office..................20
: The services mentioned in the lat two items, if
ftquired by the said District. Board, shall be paid
-hr out of its funds; if required by a Magistrate,
saalbe collected by himi, along with his own
Aes, from the person liable for the paper. For
uny summons, notice, order, sentence, process,
*iesne, or final,. which might have proceeded from
a Magistrate; if the case be before the Judge of
se' .' ' the DistrictC)ourt, and the Clerk issue the pa
-1Nipr,ite fees ofthe:Clerk shall be the same as
* the Mapis-trate would have had.
* IV h hrfsalhv in the following
iaaenconnected with-the District Court, these
' fees, to wit:
Eoer btainin-g-a copy of the Tax Colleco,
* . ' - df'rt#rn and helping the Clerk about
a new Jury list....................0
- - ar mummoning a4Jury at a monthly sitting.. l.00
10m, iclulagthewriting of sammos......1.50
keuides milsage for the number of miles
mdhing a Jury, at the rate prml f..0
- The Sherif,; or Constable, shall have for serv
lng procoess and executing orders from the Dis
git ourt(no'intended to clute the ordinary
* '-.preieedinga by min ry process,) the following
fees, to wit:
- - ~.For arresting an individual or serving a
chattel under a, speeia1 order,-or evict
* )~ig a tedant or doing otherspecific ser
* ice as duly required................$0.50
Fot aerving any process, summons or op
- - 'er not.reqiring any specifie4tetion...2
W4 mileage from the place whence the
summons, order or other paper issued,
to.the place of its service or execution,
going, but not returning, per mile ---05
orspecific eeuino etne---5
For receiving money, note or goods under
Special attachment - - '- - - - - 50
For fees of the Clerk and Sheriff, respecting
the,Juries in the District Court, and the fees of
the Clerk for copying rolls and reports transmit
ted by him to the Treasurer, and of the Magis
trates, for reports shall be paid out of the Dis
* trict Court Fund.
XLY. A Magistrate, for the services mentioned
below, shall have fees as follows, namely :
For a summons or notice, and taking the
return thereof--- -- -- -- --$0.20
For making and entering any order or de
cisonl not below mentioned, including a
copy, if it is to be served--- ------20
For hearing-and determining any small
and mean cause or any complaint, dis
pute or controversy, including all neces
ary entries of judgmnent, decree of order - 25
For the same as in the last item, whbere
more than- four witnesses are examined - 50
For an orfer of eviction---- -- --- -50
For a speciaattachment and taking return
thereof - - -. - - - -. - - - - 501
For return of garnishee not contested - - 30
For bindihg out ani appren-tice, including
the instruments, to be paid by the master - 50
For-approving a contract between master
and servant---- - --- -- ----50
For any affidavit, not a veturn before men
tioned-- -- ------ --.- - 30~
For each quarterly report to the Dist4ict
Court, not disapproved by the District
Judge- ---------- -- -- $1.00
Fog each semi-annual report to the Chair
man of the Board of relief of Indigent
Jeisons- of:Colo.r,.not di.sapproved by the
said Board - - - - . -- - ---2.00
XLVI. The person who reqni-res' services ~ a
i a criminal Droceeding, the services sbali -be
rendered without instant payment ; ad if t.b6ac
cused should be convicted, he shall -be bo#nd
to pay all t1re cats of the eten,. and for
them be lable-to all the modes-of esactinwbich
may be vsed for tfe collection-of fines. If col
lection from the eonvict cannot be had, then the
State shall be liable for one-half the costm. II
the acused should be acquitted, the Judge or
Magistrate before whom the trial has been had,
if he has become satisfied in the course of the
trial that the prosecution was without probable
causei may order that the prosecntor shall pay
the costs of the prosecution, and thereupon pro
cess for collection shall go against the prosecit
tor, in like manner as, in case of conviction, it
might have gone against the convict.
XLVII. For the District Court of Berkeley the
provisions of the Act shall prevail, subject to the
following modifications, namely: The Clerk,
Sheriff, Masters .and Registers in Equity, - and
Ordinary for Charleston Judical District, shall
have the same powers and be subject to the same
duties and liabilities, in fespect to Berkeley Dis
trict, as like officers in other Districts. An ap
peal from the Ordinary of Charleston Judical
District, which under this Act, should go to a
District Court, shall go to the District Court of
Berkeley, according to the rules which, if such
Election District had no Ordinary, would deter
mine the Ordinary that shou'd have jurisdiction
of the matter in queition. The various Boards
of Commissioners in Berkeley District shall re
port to the Court of that District, and be su'>
ject to it in like manner, as in other District
Bnards are to their respective District Courts.
The records of Berkeley District shall be kept in
the office of the Clerk of the Judical District of
Charleston. The Judge of the District Court of
Berkely may hold a monthly and quarterly sit
ting of his Court at such places in his District as
be m -y appoint, taking care to give due public
notice, and all process of his Court shall be re
turnable to such a place as the Judge of the
Court may appoint, and be by suitable words
framed'accordingly. Jurors for common Juries
shall betsummoned by a Sheriff from any citizen
of the District, and for special Juries, Jurors
shall be drawn from a box which contains the
names of all the citizens of the District, the Judge
being at liberty to reject, of those drawn, any
citizen who lives more than twenty miles from
the place where the Court is appointed to be
XLVIII. All the provisions of this Act will ap
ply to the District Court of Charleston, and all
the officers of the Judical District of Charleston
will occupy the same r'elations to the District
Court of Charleston a, like officers do in other
Judicial Districts to the Dtstrict Court of such
Dist, icts, except as this in Act excepted in refer
ence to Berkeley District.
In the Senate House, the twentieth day of De.
cember, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-five.
W. D. PORTER,
President of the Senate.
C. H. SIMONTON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
WOUNDED UNTO DEATH.
A few steps more; just down by the bushes
And then-the prayer that's haunting my lips
Will they mind it up there when my soul pushes
Out o' this suddenly awful eclipse ?
There toes the surgeon, no need to hail him,
Pm safe for a dead 'un at next roll-call,
This is a job-that would certainfy fail him,
Give me a drink, Jack-Lord help us all.
Never a saint, and 'tis no use whining
IPve got to travel-I'll do my best,
The game's played out, and there's no divining
What'll becotne o' me and the rest.
I'm wishing the parson was here, to cheer ine,
For it's a Christian speech I know
Ii's conng!-if only oss was near me
(God bless her !) I'd be willing toL go.
All the long night, lad, I lay a dreaming,
A dream 'that stuck like a stab in my brain.
I told the boysnugder the bavonets gleaming
~Tsin mring 1 d never beidtlrem again ;
They called me a miuff, and swore I was shaming,
Quick came the tears spite of all I could do
Lord i-when they saw me led out there -was
I'll bet you they mis'sed me an' pittied me too.
Drop me down in this bed o' aweet clover
Thanks: cut the rigging off o' a y. breast,
B ea bit, comrade, 'twill shortly be over,
To-morrow I'll camp in the land o' the blest;
Yon goes.a shelU! -that's jolly good humming"
Over the hill the old gall breaks
Lift me a little-d eath surely is coming!
Give me your fist-see how my band shakes.
'Twas only a faint!i not much in a hurry.
Above there, I take it-for fellows like me
Listen, old chap, you'll see that they burry .
This-body o' mine righ t decently
And comfort tbe old folks-worse than the dart
Pain o' this bullet's the thought of that blow
God help 'em ! and keep 'cm through 'te lone
I shall see em on-t'other side you know !
And here's the traps, I entr.ust to your keeping!
Her 'letters! (the portrait must go, Jack, with
Ah, lad, there'll be plenty o' wailingan epg
In the old homestead down by the sea
But tell 'em' I died with th' harness all on mse
'In' th' face o' th' foe, in th' beat o' th' blast,
With never a stain o' dishonor upon me
You'll tell 'em, dear Jack, II was true to the. last.
For we two have toted' like brothets together,
Hard, tack and water, this many a day
Did ever I show the least bit o' white feather'?
Bully for'-you ! thoughtl 'twould be nay.
Battle, and march, and~civic proelssion !
Steady, boys, give 'em a toucli o' the steeH!
Here at the end of-a soger's profession I - -
'Tis the Red, White Blue, come woe or come
It's getting dark, and T'm off for certain !
Kiss me, dear Jack, for I cannot see; ;
I'm called thkis time, and they'll drop the curtain,
As sure s shooting, betwixt you and me.-;
Ah, well ! they'll give mya place I1 reckon,
Among the boy that hiave gone before!
Good bye ! good bye, old fellow-they beckon -
The angels-on the opposite shore.
C RnfE INS'T. Lorss.-The prevalence ofcrime
in S-r. LwvIs appals the newspapers, one of
whom writes thus:
"Men are bludgeoned and robbed under gas
lamps, on thoroughfares, at 8 o'clock in the
evening. Banks a-e -robbedI in open day-light.
collectors and messengers are knocked down,
and their money packages seized at noon, in
the heart of the city. Ladies have their pur
ses snatched from their bands while walking,
in the consciousness of imagined security,
along the streets, arnd scores of dwellings are
entered nightly and plundered. And yet no
arrests are made."
A dispatch from San Francisco states that
there was great excitement in Victoria over the
reported discovery of rich places at Big Bend.
The largest !.ugget yet found was worth $4,000.
One man took out $800 in one day. To make
$00 a day was a common thing.
Woman is like ivy-the more you are ruined
the closer she will cling to you. A vile bache
lor adds: "Ivy is like a woman-the more it
clings to you the m;ore you are ruined, roor
rule that won't work both ways"
A -------+ one +------o o ra oe
th barreies ofc calle paonet ray ves
edfo n nlsr oaohr n r
nonedarrenbfieldiofn uarilhers cae toass
ednfromising clsure toanoerad p~ tro
noucrehs nesctir.on,- 'nad he cametre an
unetpriin heeas needereye mitsser
acres in despair. "Ah !" said he,. brethren no
T O ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERNs
AM-happy to state to the public that aljthe
Government and Private-marked, half-tanned,
rotten Leather, has been removed- from my tan
yard by order of Capt. Rhett, and through R. B:
Holnan to some place unknown to me, and now
my tan yard is in full operation, and has beent
cleansed from. all impurity which has infected it
for the last two years. I now invite all of my
old cust.omers to send their hides to sell or cx
change for leather, or to be tanned mo dressed
on shares, and I will assure them there.is no
dangar of cholera. I will pay the bighestprice
for hides and tallow, also, I want 600 cords of
Tan Bark, for which I will pay -nore than any
other Tannery. Cll and see me before you
make contraets for bark.
Jan 10 3 I. BIERFIELD.
New York Advertisements.
GREAT Q I F T SALE
NEW YORK AND PRO VIDE.VCE
DEPOT, 197 BROADWAY.
An immense stock of Pianos, Watches, Jewel
ry, aud Fancy Goods, all to be sold for ONE
DOLLAR each, without regard to value, and not
to he paid for till you see what you will receive.
CERTIFICATES, naming each a-ticle and its
value, are placed in sealed envelopes and well
mixed. One of these envelopes will be sent to
any address on receipt of 25 cents; five for $1 ;
eleven for $2; thirty for $5; sixty-five for $10
and one hundred for $15.
On receipt.of the Certificate yen will see what
you are going to have, and then it is at your
option to pay the dollar and take the article or
not. Purchasers may thus obtain a Gold Watch,
Diamond Ring, a Pia~no, Sewing Machine,.or any
set of Jewelry on our list for $1; and in.no case
can they get less than One Dollars' worth, as
there are no blanks.
Agents are wanted in every town in the coun
try ; every person can make $10 a day, selling
our Certificates in the greatest sale of Jewelry
Send 25c. for a Certificate, which. will inform
you what you can obtain for $1. At the saine
time get our circular, containing full list and par
ticulars; also, Terms to Agentts.
Address, JA MES HUTCHINSON & CO.,
197 Broadway, N. Y.
Jacob Sulzbacher & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Dry Do0d8, Clthing ials, aps3,
BOOTS & SHOES,
LADIES' & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
MILLINERY GOODS HOOP SKIRTS,
Groceries, S'cgars, &e.
Assemblly Street, b'etween Plain & Woaington.
Dec 13 51 tf
CRAWFURII & MILLER,
OFFICE IN COTTON TOWN,
COLUMBIA, S. C.a
IAILL store or attend to the forwarding of
YCOT TON; PRODUCE, FURNITURE -and
GOO S entrusted to their care..
Will also sell H ORSES, M ULES, C~A TTLE, &c.
We. p1edge ourselves to use evezy indeavor to
promote the welfare of those who ma~y favoi- -us
with their patronage.
J. M. CRA WFORD - L..P. MILLER.
P. B. GLASS,
BOOKSELLER & STATIONER,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
(7TFERS~- his Stock, (all entirely 'new), of
~.JSchool and, College Text. Books, Letter,
Cap and Note Papers, Envelopes,' Blank Books,
PensyIr'ik,^and other School and office Station
ery, at the Lo-west Yarket Rqtes.
f~Orders 'promptly attended to.
T 'erms cash. Nov 29 49 6
T HE publication of this WEEKLY RELIGIOUS
PAPR illberesumed in JANUARY
NEXT. The names of subscribers may he se-nt
to the proprietor, at. Columbiat, S. C. Payment
will not be-required until after the issue of the
furstrnmber. 2-G. T. MA ON.
SPapers throughout the State 'will confer
'a favor by extsnding'tis notice. ' -
Charleston, s. 0.
~IS House haus be'en thor9ughly repaired and
.Lefurnished, and cannot be excelled by any
in the city. JOSEPH PURCELL,
Jan 4 . Proprictor.
HUNT & BRO.,
Shipping, Commission & Forwarding
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, -
Charleston, S. C.
W' Liberal advances made on Cotton. Per
sons consigning goods to us most make deposits
to meet ship and railroad freight.
J- H UT, JR., Formerly of Newberry, s.C.
The Charleston Daily News.
O N the first of Jantrary, 1868, the CnnEs-roN
DAIL NEWS will be permanently enlarged
to the size of the "New Orleans Crescent," the
largest daily journal published in the United
States, and will be greatly improved in its gene
The paper has already the largest circulation
ofayjurnal in the State, and is universaP!y
co nieeyhjo gnadrpeenaieoh
cferelido th orarnan esenaieo.h
eve ofisot arliyins th onryina
he ier iestm alind the rounitrys engto
spe ino is nor andenhe pritormak itend frt
spare nodain nourna. epne-ozaei is
claris deorinag tosbibe ha bes sedi
theiaes ieiaty thhi subscribetdin
mhi ay mme diatelth tha t thmer ofbsciptinw
v~ ome cewibhshe 1 st nuy. o te e
volume, pubhsbed 1St January.
~-rnq-~1 () nor nnnnnv navabl~ in acTvance~
W. H. - CHAFIo
No. 205 EAST BAY STREET,
(Opposite New Custom House,).
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CONSIGNMENTS RECETVED BY EVE
RY STAMER of Goods selected expressly
for the Charleston Market.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Charleston, S. C., Nov 8 1865. 3m.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
173 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, SO. CA.
A GRICULTURAL Implements of all kinds, ol
. the latest and most approved patterns.
Plows, Harrows, Hay Cutters, Corn Shellers, Cul.
tivators, Cotton Ginq, Horse power Thrashing
Machines and Separators, Saw and Corn Mills,
Plantation Carts, landbarrows, with Plough
Castings of-all kinds.
Improved Hand Power Portable Cottoi
For sale for CASH at New York prices.
Dec. 6, 50--1m.
GRAESER & SMITH,
Commis'n & Forwarding Merchants,
IORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Solicit Consignments of Cotton, Naval Stores
all kinds of Produce, and General Merchandise,
and will make ADVANCES 'on the same; ani
sell either in this or foreign markets.
Orders for Goods promptly executed at lowesl
prices.. Goods forwarded to any point.
Refer to Messrs. G. W. Williams & Co., and
John Frazer & Co.
C. A. GRAESER, A. sYDNEY sMITH.
dec 6 50 1ma
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.,
And Wholesale Dealers in
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Segars, &
No. 197 East Bay,
Opposite F'razer's Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HEISRY 'BIsCHOFF. -C. WULBE~R
JOHN KING & CO,
IMPORTERS AND WH#LESALE DEALERI
FOREIGN & DOMESTICLIQUORI
CROCKERY, HOLLOWWARE & GLASS WAR1
2000 SACKS lIvERPOOL SALT,
No. 88 liasel-Street
nov 8 3m CHKRLESTON, S. C.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
Wholesale Deaf'ers in
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS
AT THEIR OLD STAND,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Take pleasure irn an.nouncing their resumptio1
of business, and invite the attention of purcha
sers to their stock, which is now complete.
nov 86 6m
BAGGINGf R QPE,
DRY & FANCY GOODS,
)IILLINER Y GOODS,
NYANKEE NOTIFONS ae.,
Full and large assortment now ini store,an'
For sale at.Lowest Market Prices,-at whole
CIAS. L. GUILLEAUME.
d48 Meeting Stroet, oppositThvay.st.
dc20 1m ~ Charlestoni, S& C.
,John-S& Bird,-Jr,, &'C -
CRilN, HAY AN THERiPRODUCE,
CORNER CHURCH ANI> TRADD STS.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Country Produce received and returns made
in Merclhandize or Money.
dcc 20 3m
TO QWNERS AND SHIPPERS
COTTON, NAVAL STORES.
YA RN S, E TO.
Charles L Gilleaume,
Offce 143 Meeting-Street, Directly Oppo
CH AR LESTON, S. C.
W ILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCEJS O~
Consignments through his friends.
Messrs. SAWYER, WALLACE & go., Ne w York.
Messrs. DOLLNER, POTTER & Co., New York.
Messrs. BooNEN, GRAVEs & Co., New York.
Messrs HASELURS'T & SMITH, New York.
Messrs. THAYER, BRKGHAM & Co., Boston.
Messrs. JL & D. MALcotMo, Liverpool.
Messrs. JOHN 1K.. GILLIA'Tr & Co-., Liverpool.
Messrs. HENRY SLoAN & SON, Philadelphia.
Messrs. PENDERGAST, FENWIcK & Co.,Baltimnore.
Messrs. GARDNER, DExTER &5 Co., Boston.
Messrs. CuARLEs SMITH & Co., Boston.
.is facilities for Insurance cover Cotton, &c.,
all the way througi,-by hand.and sea, from any
point at lower rates by floating polreies.than can
be effected here.
D. F. Flemin & Oo.
Boots, Shoeg, Trun1ks0eig'
Corner of Church Street4
Having Resumet Buisnesg
AT THEIR OLD STAND, 2 HAYNE-ST
CORNER OF CHURCH - STREET, ARE
NOW RECEIVING A WELL ASSORTED
WHICH WILL BE SOLD.AT: THE LOW-,
. EST MARKET PRICE.
The patronage ef former friends and the
public is respectfully solicited.
D. F. FLEMING. SAX'L A. NELSON, JAS. U. 'Wlsm.
Jan 3 1 tf
. . D. CARR & CO
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Nattings,
PATENT STEP LADDERS, &c.
TAILOR'S TRIMMINGS, of every variety,
Which they offer-to tbe-Trade at New York Job
bing prices. -
CHARLESTON, S. Q '
dec 6, Sm
A D A M S, FR 0ST CO
ADGER'S NORTH W AkRF -
CHARLESTON, S. C.
IJA MS ADGER. ETTSEL L~. ADAMs. .?E. BRYJRosT.
Jan 10, 2.-Sm.
k. GETTY. -E. A. SoUDER. - .- T. sOUDER.
Archibl elty & (
126 AND 128- MEETING STREET,
- Charleston, 8S. C.
53 AND) 55 HASELJ STREET,
REPRESENTED BY MR. W. F. NANCE.
dec 2052 tf
Kll L JEFFERS &0.
OFFICE 118 .EAST BAY
will give promnpt-atte'ntion to-the sale of- 4
'Cotton and ither Produce8
- - WILL NEGOTIATE
For the-shipment of Cotton to the mnost reliable
Houses in Europe and the North. And mike
Sliberal advainces on the same -whenr in hand for
s.ale -or shiprm>nt.
- vILL BUY GOODS for Merchantand Par
-mers to order. WILL RECEIVE AND-F0R%
WARD GOODS. ,W ILL BUY AND SE4LL Goad
and Silver. -WILL. NEGOTIATE the Sile ,of
Plantations, Lands 'and -Tenements, when placed
in their care And on this subject we beg leave
respectfully to say to. one friends and.the puiblic,
that as we>were born and raised in the State, and
engaged'in.busiess for thirty yearsrad Sbilig
- travelled .extensively over-.the State, and wellac
quainted with the location, soil ari:cl e aad
-feeling in-the closest degree hientiS~ed Toas
we flatter ourselese that we can be of..gratad
&antage to those wvho wish dLo -seil the1i-lads or
plant-ations.' We are now 'in corredence.
-with friends wh~oaronatives 'of this State,bizt re
.cently located in New York, which'wrill give
additioal facilities -fosr .iingte e ra
ble..purcTaers$ We" theyefor'd.Iffr 3)rervicet
to tht,sewbto wish to-disp'ose of threI ands~ etc.
To-soch we sag,sed o's.a plain written aescrip
tioni o4f -your property ; the districtAnibiel I;i
anpd the dista nie rin t1s coun~ty site Gdfr VA
-tered aird the chrce o iesrat dumlbpr
of acres, and how many;.cleared .and.-itilira-.
tion; ;:and, is near 'as'you can, then'in bet ot
acres in -bottom and upland ; and y.or-priee per
acre; with j$25 to eover expense of advertsing:
and we will serve you to the best of our'aiiy
SIN FACT, give their' peronal dd undivided
attention to every interest committed to their
care. * Ii. L. J.k&C.
I most respectfully beg leave to return my sin
cere thanks to my friends and the public for their
?ong and liberal patronage. ItAank them. Andi
now, as the late disastrous and fatal war is over, I
am again established in this city ; and (as it were)
commencing anew ; I therefore assure my briends
and the publi-e that my prersonal attention and
energy shall be faithfulJy given to-everf interest
committcd to my care. Hence I most respect
fully appeal to all my friends and the public, and
solicit a share of patronage. Born and reared
among you, and thirty years deyoted to business
ander your own eye, is my rfrnee.
Nov 8 tf H. L. JEFPFERS.
C. A. Chisolm. R. GI. Chisolm. H. L. Chisolm.
An 1Generd1 Comlltssion
O R TLtentiO N give n -t Che .r
chase, Saendipmgient thb-a
ton.hRie, Same a Stores; of"l,y
&c. Mierchaindie forwa re to all
&c't Mftercondr. onsindedta
part8 of the
Fine Black-Alcca. a - -
Set Island Bleacbed *omespa
Sea island Homespu--u
Cassitnere forPfto -'
JaconeL - -
Check Muslin. -
Checfked (ii#ama -
Braid forDr -s~~
White Hose, IO 1osd
Faney Hat Combai
S9kHandk"etbe - l4
Leather and Silk Belts.
Ladiee-Coars . O,R a.
F.ir iqss. -- dks.,-'
m-t;Pantr aYMVLst :a.t-: .. h
-Child,en's Weol azd-MuiiaerHass
-Black and Colored Faz TbWsent-e p
Bleaihed a4-du e
Hooks and Eyes, Silk Tbft.L
-Figived _Alpir ,U lj.
White, Black anid Clor M ig
Hair Comh Dfes#'Cinaba,
HairBrshesCoReaigg A Sbhet
Coats, V'ats, Pants. 4*
Linen and Paper GRats,
.Roots.-ani excelent-ste& T.-~
Ladies and Men's Shoes, aft st~Iu~
numbers~ an~d peices. -
Hats and-Clotb Caps. a-4
Fancy Toilet. Soops.
Brown Windo Soap.
Wool and Cotton eardis.
S. W. Coin's-4fes,
Knives, Razors a:id Strop,
'Blue Stone, 25 cents per po.un m
?rurnke, Valises, Car:pt-.ag- -
Tulis, Buckets, Brou s, Site'
Wash Bo,ards. - - -
Ink, pW litPJ*U~~
Guin (ps. --
paoe onsrTea-pchi T
Fancy 'rencr Confectionery -'
French3azg6 . . ~0
Laarge and assorted stoek of T.ya --.-.
Eera and -ana
Pickles. *.- ~~
No 1 Mackerel
Crackers,Boi Buta 3 anlang )
Raisins, Pepper, Matebes, St~
French Brand y. -
French Cordial. -
All kinds Wine.
Blackberry Brandy. -*
SEGARB, TOBACCO ANtt
Andersor 's Fie Cet Ch a cec
wiy end~ reiato
coitkpgrea cID i e*Ib
have enhkrge abeits
dze were th. tup
~oods can a~ ~
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