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Hq'ts, DEPART",ENT OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CharLston, January 1, 1866. 3
(General Orders, No. 1.]
I- To the end that civil rights and immu
-iaes may be enjoyed.; that kindly relations
among the inhabitants of the Slate may be es
lablisbed-that the rights and duties of the
employervand-the free laborer respectively,
may be defind ; that the soil mray be cultiva
ted and the system of free labor fairly under
-taken ; tet the owners 3f estates mav be se
cnre in the possession of their lands and tene
ments,; that persons, able and n' illing to work,
may have employment ;-that idleness and va
grancy may be discountenanced, aind encour
-agement given to industry and thrift.; and
that humane provision may be made for Ahe
iged, infirm and destitute, the following reg
ulations are-estiblished for the government
of all concerned in this Department:
I. All law shall be applicable alike to all
the-inhabitants. - No person shall be held in
cftpetent.to sue, make complaint, or to testi
fy beca~bse of color or caste.
T.MHAll the employments of husbandry or
ofthe useful arts, and all lawful trades or call
ings, may be followed by all persons, irre
spective of color or caste; nor shall any freed
man be obliged to pay any tax or any fee for
lkense, nor be nmenable to any municipal
orparish ordinance, not imp osed upon all oth
1V. The lawful industry of all persons who
ihevunder the protection of the United States,
and,ewe obedience to its laws, being- useful to
theindividual, and essential to the welfare of
society, no persou will be restrained from
seeking employment- wben not bound by vol
untary agreement, not hindcred from travel
Ing from place to place, on lawful business.
All combinations or agreements which are in
tended to hinder, or may so operate as to bin
der, irr any aay, the employment of labor
or to*limit compensation for labor-or to com
pel labor to be involuntarily performed in
certain places or for certain persons; as well
as allcambinations or agreements to prevent
the sale or hire of lands or tenements, are de
clared~to be misdemeanors; and any person or
persons convicted thereof shall be punished
-.by fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, or
*IV.L Agreements for labor or personal service
of any. kind, or for the use and occupation of
nde and tenaments, or for any other -lawful
.-prpose, between freedmen and other persons,
hen. fairly made, will be impartially enforced
against either party violating the same.
VI. Freed persons unable to labor, by
reason ofiage, or infirmity, and orphan zhil
of tender years, shall have allotted to
themby te owners suitable quarters on the
-,premises, where- they have been heretofore
domiciledas saves, until adequate provision
- approved-by the General Commanding, be
a-e for 'them by the-State or Local authori
ties; or other wise ; and they shall not be re
- 6 hil~vior, mnisdemeanor, or other on'nce
dby the head of a family or a mem
- ~ ble kodied freedmen, when they
~eI~premises in which they may be do
- ~ji~ shall take with them and provide for
~ol.f-teir relatives -as, by the laws of South
- g inaWe'itisensre obliged to maintain.
- .~JJLWhen a freed per-son domiciled on a
-taialrefoses to wvork there, after having
- o'~ fered employment by the owner, or
--see,:buifalr~terms, approved by the agent
- eibe?reederen's Bureau, such freedman or
-WO~fnan,shall rermiove from the premises with
* n ter.dsys after such- offer, and dus notice 'to
repIby~the owner- or occupant.
U e1n able bodied freed ~persons are
-* ~ omiciled on premises wh1ere -the-y-bava - been
ltreoflW el as slaves, and are not em
p&jed thereon or elsewhere, they shall be
~utiedto remain, on showing to the satis
of esCQmmandizng officer of the Post,
- that they bave made diligent a&nd proper ef
TX. -Feepersonis oceupying premises with
- 1 nueaUdont 'of the Uniited States, or the
ermiussion of the owner, and who have not
i so heretofore held there as staves, may be
- - oved by the. Commanding officer of the
'os'n. the- complaint of the owner, and
- --of the refusal of'the said freed persons
5rmi-ve after ten days notice.
- j LAnyprson employed or domiciled ..
p~-- .~ iisttion oi elsewhere, who may be right
-, feIgiU~SiSjgebythe terms of agreement, or
*ex2eedfbfoimisbehavior, shall leave the prem
- iseg, *r.dsball not return without the con
'ifof the owner or tenant thereof.
* XII. Commanding officers of Districts will
- eWaish:wi-thin their dommands respectively,
aMiable regulations for hiring out to labor,
*a period not to exceed one year, all va
- giants-who cannot be advantageously -em
- - ~on-6ads, foiflatons.and other pub
- s -The pioceeds of such labor shall
-e- id oter to the Assistant Commissioner
- -. 4 tIaEreedien's Bureau, to provide for aged
- -.. a~d n-hl%p iefugees, indigent: freed people;
XI The vagrant .laws of the State of
8noth G1arojina, applicable to the Jree wtiite
rsnss -ill be recognized as the only vagrant
1as applicable to the'freedmen; nevertheless,
- suech.awsshall not he considered applicable~
to-persons who are- without employ ment, if
- - 'they shall prove that they have been unable
- to obtain employment, after diligent efforts
XIV. It shall be the-duty of Offcers comn
' mnding Posts, to see that issues-of rations to
Weedmen are coo$ned to 'destitute persons,
who re-nabe t work beesuse 'of infirmities
- afisitig from old age, or chronic diseasessor
a pn -hildren too young to work and refugee
~dwn'rfu~rning.to their homes with the
'sanc.ti'o'of 'the proper authorities.; and in
0rdering these issues, commnandidg officers
will'"eAareful not to encourage idleness or
vagramcy. District commanders will make
consolidated reports of these issues, tri-month
XV. Tbe proper authorities of the St"e in
the several municipalities and Districts, shall
proceed to make suitable provisions for their
poor, without distinction of color, -in default
of whicb, the general commanding will levy
an equitable tax on persons and property suf
ficient for the support of the poor.
XVI. The constitutional rights of all loyal
and well disposed inhabitants to bear arms,
will not be enfringed ; nevertheless this shall
not be construed to sanction the unlawful
practice of carrying concealed weapons ; nor
to authorize any person to enter with arms
on the premises of another against his consent.
No one shall bear arms who has borne arms
agahnst the UTnited States, unless he shall
have taken the Amnesty oath prescribed in
the Proclamation of the President of the Uni
ted States, dated May 29th, 1865, or th'e Oath
of Allegiance, prescribed in the Proclamation
of the President, dated December 8th, 1863,
within the time prescribed therein. And no
disorderly person, vagrant, or disturber of the
peace, shall be allowed to bear arms.
XVII. -To secure the same equal justice and
personal liberty to the freedmen as to other
inhabitants, no penalties or punishments duff'
erent from those to which all persons are
amenable, shall be imposed on freed people ;
and all crimes and offences which are prohib
ited under existing laws, shah bhe understood
as proMabit 'n the oin-n of freedmnen : nd if
inOicted upon any person other than a minor,
and then only by the parent, guardian, teach
er, or-one to whom said minor is lawfully
bound by indenture of apprenticeship.
XIX. Persons whose conduct tends to a
breach of the peace, may be required to give
security for their good behavior, and in de
fault-thereof, shall be held in custody.
XX. All injuries to the person.or property
committed by or upon freed persons, shall be
punished in the manner provided by the laws
of South Carolina, for like injuries to the per
sonh or property of citizens thereof. If no
provisions be made by the laws of the State,
then the punishment for such offences shall
be according to the course of the common
law ; and in the 8ase of any injury to person
or property, not prohibited by the common
law, or for which the punishment shall not
be appropriate, such sentence shall be im
posed, as, in the discretion of the Court be
fore wbich the trial is had, shall be deemed
proper, subject to the approval of the General
XXI. All arrests for whatever cause will be
reported tri-monthly, witb the proceedings
thereupon, through the prescribed channel,
Ito the General Commanding.
XXII. Commanding Officers of Districts,
Sub-Districts, and Posts, within their com
mands respectively, in the absence of the duly
appointed agent, will perform any duty ap
pertaining to the ordinary Agents of the Bu
reau of Refugees, Freedmen aid Abandoned
Lands, carefdMly observing for their guidance
all orders published by the Commissioner or
Aqsistant Commissioner, or other competent
XXIII. District Commanders will enforce
these regulations by suitable instructions to
Sub-District and Post Commanders, taking
care that justice be done, that fair dealing
between man and man be observed, and thay
no unnecessary hardship, and no cruel or un
usual punishments be imposed upon any one
By Command of Maj. Ger'l. D. E. SicKLEs.
W. L. M.-BURCE', Assst. Adjt. Gen'l.
Official: ALEXANDER MOORE, Brv't. Maj
Aid de Camp.
NEGRo-MANA.-We.have heard an Aboli
tion fanatic in America assert that Jesus
Cbrist was a black man. We have read a
speech of Ralph Waldo Emerson, in which he
declares that John Brown has made the gal
lows as glorious as the cross. We have seen
a couple of negroes, as black as the ace of
spades, dining with a couple of white men at
a small table in the coffee room of a well known
hotel not far from Trafalgar Square. In the
al fresco balls of Paris, it is not uncommon to
see a wooly-headed blackamoor waltzing in
["fond embrnce" with the fairest and frailest
of the belies of the demi-monde. We have
heard the whiinig of Exeter -Hall over the
crushing out of the black-rebellion in Jamaica;
and we have read a recent pamphlet openly
describing and advocating the blessing and
the bliss of miscegenation ! But more disgust
ing still is a sight by no means rare in Regent
street. The tableau is composed of a fair and
fragilelooking blonde of "sweet sixteen" hang
ing on the arm of a big buck nigger, with a
nose as fiat as the head of a catfish, and lips
as thick and leathery as a rhinoceros! It is
said ; but no-let the curtain fall.
[ London Cosmopolitan.
A woman receiptly died at Stanmiore, En
gland, who was%born in the last year of- the
reign of George II., when General Wolfe fell
before Quebec, three years before George IV.,
came into the worldsjst after Tndia had been
conquered by Colonel Clive, when Uandel
was just. dead, and Hogar th was still living.
She was twenty-three years cider than the
Independence of the United States.
In brief-What.y.y tid-sv +rd -e say,
was, thiat the old lady was born in 1759.
An elderly gentleman remarked the other day
that in 1776 we went to war on account of the
stamp act, and got the nigger ; while, in 1861,
we went to war about the nigger, and got the
Ike Simpson to Blli Arp.
CousinBill Arp :-Till I saw your produk
shion in the neuspaper, I tbort you was gone
up, and konsiquently, I've been wareing crape
on my hat-the one you gave -me when we
parted at Rome-and my hart has been draped
in the words of sorrow in konsequence of your
deceased thereof. Arp, old feller, you've only
been krnsbed-tramped down, beet-but in
the language of the poet, you've ris agini, and
my old bat has shed his krape, like a black
snake in spring time. -Yes, Arp, and I'm so
all-fired -mad when I see black Georgia nig
gersgoin about playin soldier right in our
very streets, and makin delicate white.fee
males git out of the way for the black imps of
perdishun to pass along, that I cry a little
and cuss a little-and take a drink, which
sometimes suthes me for a minit or so. It .is
then, that I can kast my Ise at the American
Flag which flotes at both ends of our streets,
and raise my voice for sweet liberty, and who
raw for the~Union-I say it is when I'm kom
posed under the suthin influence of that won
derfulT agent, that I am proud of America
and then I feal greatly like harmonizing-with
white foulks-never with niggers-durned
cusses, and- I don't here who noes it-not that
I've got anything pursonal agin them-but I
cant see enny reason in given then burows
when there are so. many poor white foulks
that never had so-much as a cupboarA- in all
their borne days. Burows, for niggers !
they can't 'precente rsuch a piece of furniture
a bit more than they can a white ivory fine
coam.- Bill Arp, I wish I had never bearn of
yu agin. Before I read your predukshun, I
wi'- -orter gittin used to the sitewaysbun of
afir. es-but you've filled me chock full-of
-prtiotism! Not that I or anybody else is
sorry, for th'e Lord noes we aint-for every
-body is free !-free to steal-free to ly-free
to go where they please-(rebel Congressmen
excepted) and free for 10 niggers to gather
round 1 apple basket and all make a decent
livin by sellin fruit. Bless you, Arp, things
have wonderfully changed-now four hundred
niggers kongregate on market square every
iorning at day brake, and ,they mt never
moaelested by no body. "Sweet land of lib
Glorious- Country-or will be, when we re
konstruct. I don't think either sexshun will
ever have any more aippetight to gouge each
other agin for 3 or 4 generashuns. They've
smelt gunpowder to their satisfaktion. But
now, Arp, can they harmonize ? Yea, verily,
the Lyon and whangdoodle naay ly down to
gether, a,r d the Leopud may change from spot
to spot-& why shouldn't we harmonize?
A int we human? Live together mortal ene
mies! Never. My hare stands on edge to
think of such a state of things.
We shall harmonize, whether we have a no
shun that way or not-"we are goin home"
weain't no where in pertiklar-we tried tat
o somewhar-we tried to go out of' the Une
io but there was so many big ships layin all
ro d with guns on t'iem, that we could only
jiist go down tethe place where we tho't we
could git out, peep over in the "promise land,"
and then come back, like urrin children tou a
forbearrin parent. No, Bil, we aint been
out-for Andy Johnson says so-still "we're
going home-we've got to rekonstruct. And
may the Lord help us on our journey borne.
Your old friend and relative,
W. H. JEFFERS & CO.
Receiving & Forwardin&Agents,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
T HANKFUL -for the patronage heretofbre so
' liberally bestowed, they hbpe by prompt
attention to merit a continuance. Jan. 24 4
GEO. H, WALTER & SON,
W ILL establish themselves at Columbia, S.
C., on the completion of the So. Ca. R. R.
to that point, where they will be happy to serve
their old friends and patrons. Thankful for past
favors, they will endeavor, by prompt attention
to the interest of their customers, to merit a con
LIBERAL ADVAICE will be made on con
signments to their frien'ds in Charleston, New
York and Liverpool.
JACOB SULZBACHER & CO,,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Dry Goods, Clothing Hats, Caps,,
BOOTS & SHOES,
LADIES' & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
MILLINERY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS,
Groceries, Segars, &c.
'Assembly Street, between Plain & Washington.
COLUMBIA. S. C.
Dec 13 51 if
P. B. GLASS,
BOOKSELLER & STATIONER,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
FFERS his Stock, (all entirely new), of
School and College Text Books, Letter,
Cap and Note Papers, Envelopes, Blank Books,
Pens, Ink, and other School and office Station
ery, at the Lowest Market Rates.
[ Orders promptly attended to.
g Terms cash. Nov 29 49 6
HE publica4 n of this WEEKLY RELIGIOUS
PAPER will be resumed in JANUARY
NEXT. The names of subscribers may be sent
to the proprietor, at Columbia, S. C. Payment
will not be required until after the issue'of the
first number. G. T. MASON.
gg Papers throughout the State will confer
a favor by extending this notice.
HUNT & BRO,~
I. F. H ,J. CHARLESTON, S. C.
(Formerly of Newberry, S. C.)
Promptly forward all Merchandize consigned to
us arrnving in the City from Northern or Foreign
We will give strict attention to Sale and Pur
chase of Cotton, Rice, Flour, &c., &c.
g Libieral advances on -consignmients..fi
References.-G. W. Williams & Co., Ch'arles
ton, S. C.; Russell & Ellis, Wilmington, N. C.;
Bigelow & Sargent, Baluimore ; Lathoury; Wick
ersham & Co., Philadelphia ; N. L. McCready &
Co., New York ; Ray & Walter, Boston ; G. W.
Garmany, Savannah, Ga., G. R. Wilson, Esq.,
Persons consigning to us must make deposits
in the city to pay Ship and Railroa4 Freiehts, or
their goods will be placed in store.
HUNT & BRO.,
Jan 31 Charleston, S. C.
Guano ! Guano!!
W E will fill all orders for PERUVIAN
GUANO. Cash or cotton must accom
pany the order. HUNT & BRO.,
Jan 31 Charleston, S. C.
~~E will have at Newberry, in a few days,
VT3000 bushels of Prime White CORN.
will be sold either witha or without sacks. Per
sons wishing to purchase at Alston, a liberal de
-uction will be made. We,.will exchange Corn
for Cotton. HUNT & BRO.,
Janury 31 Charleston,S. C.
W ANTED; at Newberry C. *H., a few Good
MULES, for which -we will exchange
Corn. HUNT & BRO.,
January 31 Charleston, S. C.
QHARLESTOY, S. C.
W E are prepared to build Steam Engines
and Boilers, Saw Mills, and Machinery-of
Castingsin'Brass and Iron.
Repairing of all kinds done at short notice.
Our prices are low.
J. M. EASON & BROTHER.
Jan 31 5 1m
And all articles required by Millers and Ma
chinists. For sale by
.J. M. EASON,
No. 9, Exchange Street,
Rear of the Post office, Charleston, S. C.
Jan 31 5 Im
MRS. S. J. COTCH~IETT,
AND Fancy MILLINERY GOODS,
Wholesale and Retail,
NO. 263 KING ST., CHARLESTON, S. 0.
AOnE nRE OTAfD' 1ASTR -OPOSITE EASEL STREET.
Laces Embrolderies, &.
J. R. READ & CO.,
269 King-street, Charleston, S. C.,
AVE constanty on hand a full assortment of
the Finest Description of
consisting in part of
Black and colored Dress Silks, French Meri
nos, Poplins,. Delaines, Alpaccas, Bombazines,
Lustres, Empress Cloths, Coburgs, French, En.
glish, and American Prints, &c., &c..
Together with many other new and desirable
Goods. Our purpose is to keep constantly on
hand the finest and most beautitul Dress Goods
that are iuported, being determined to m%intain
the reputation of keeping the
in the city. 269 King stieet, 2 doors from our
old stand of the Lace-Store.
LACES & EMBROIDERIES,
P EAL POINT VAL CIENNES and Thread
- Laces, Collars, Se of Collars and Cuffs,
and Collars and Sleeves, Fancy Trimmed Setts
and Collars, superfine French Embroideries, con
sisting in part of Rich Embroidered Cambric setts,
Collars and Handkerchiefs, Plain Linen Collars
and setts, Breakfast setts, also,
STAPLE DRY 5000$.
Cloths, Cassimers, White Dress Goods, Fancy
Goods, Linens, &c. Such as can be feund in a
regular Dry Goods, Lace, Embroidery and Cloak
Establishment. All of which will be sold at the
I lowest cash prices. Country orders promptly
attended to. J. R. READ & Co.,
269 King street, opposite Easel-st.,
Charlestin, S. C.
C4KS & MANTILLAS.
VERY variety of seasonable and most fash.
ionable Cloths and Silk Cloaks and Mantil
las constantly on hand; J. R. PFAD & CO.
Jan 24 4 ly 269 King-st., Charjeston, S. C.
STOLL, WEBA & CO,
BANCROFT'S OLD .STAND,
(287 King street, 3 doors below Wentworth.)
1E have now opened and on hand a very
large stock of
which we offer at
Wholesale and Retail,
Having had long experience in the Dry Goods'
Business, before the war, -we know ju'st what
Goods are most needed by planters, and cnstom
ers generally,.and will always keep on. hand a
Full Stock of Planter's Goods'of every kind.
We keep our stock constantly replenished by
every steamer, with the most attractive-styles.
We respectfully invite planters, merchants,
and consumers generally, to call and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere, which Con
sists in part of
Blankets, Plains, Kerseys, Osnaburgs, Brown
Shirting, iched, Long Cloths, Fine Sea-Island
Brown ShWings, Irish Linens, Calicoes, Giig
1anjn, amBictS. - -
Merinos, DeLaines, Popli. s, Colored Alpsceas,
Figured Poplins, Black Silks, Bombazines, Black
Together with every variety to be found in our
line, which we offer at the lowest cash prices.
I ST OLL, WE BB & CO.,
H. C.- S-rOL., Charleston. No. 287 King-st.,
Cnax.Fs wE:Ba, " 3 . doors below
H. C. WALKER, "Wentworth,
Jan 24. 4 ly. Charleston, S. C.
Charleston, S. C.
T HIS House has been thoroughly repaired and
refurnished, and canr.et be excelled by any
in the city.JOSEPH PURCELLJ,
Jan 4 Prpprietor.
Fa CONNER & CO.,
76 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, SO. CA.
ClOMMISSION AND FORWARDING MER
~JCHANTS, _Wholesale dealers in GROCE
RIES and PROVISIONS.:
Will give prompt and personal attention to all
orders entrusted to their care for execution.
Jan. 24, 4--3m.
WEBB & SAGE,
Having resumed their old business as
Wholesale Crockery Dealers
--Have opiened their store at
No. 5. HAYINE STREET,
Next door to Messrs. G. W. Williams & Co.,
Are now receiving stock, -and are prepared to sell
by the crate, or to repack goads at the lowest
market prices. Feeling confident:t"e advantages
of their long experience as Direct Importers will
benefit purchasers, they ask a renewal ot the
patronage of th~eir former friends and of the pub
lic. Jan 17 2mY
WILLIAM G. WHILDE.N & CO,
Formerly of Hayden & Whilden,
255 King St. cor, of Beaufain st.,
C HARLESTO N, S. C.
Have opened a complete stock of
House Furnishing Articles,
Crockery, China and Glass ware,
Plated Goods of every variety,
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry, Pocket
and Table Cutlery, Buckets, Baskets
WATCHES and JEWELRY repaire~d. Old
Gold and Silver purchased. Orders promptly
filled and forwarded. Jan 17 2 m
GEO, W, WILLIAMS & CO.
MERCHANTS & BANKERS,
Nos. I and 3, Rayine Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
KEEP constantly on hand a full assortment
of GROCERIES, and will sell them' at the
loest prices possible in- this market.
They will receive and sell on consignment
COTTON and other PRODUCE, and will advance
liberally on COTTON .consigned to this house
here or to WTT.T.T4-?Jq 'rAV~r.nh1
JOHN KING& Go
Wines, Brandies, Gins, &c*,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
T HE undersigned have formed a Copartner.
ship, under the name of STRAUSS,'VAN.
CES & CO., for the purpose of transacting a
WHOLESALE IMPORTING DRY GOODS and
FANCY ARTICLE BUSINESS, and will occupy
the store No. 130 Meeting-street, south-east cor
ner Hasel.street. M. STRAUSS,
J. K. VANCE,
J. C. VANCE,
Charleston, Dec. 1, 1865. E. J. WISS,
Jan 2443 THOS. MAHON.
T HE undersignd bave formed. a co-partner
. ship under the name of E. J. WISS & CO.,
for the transaction of a general Commission, Fac
torage ind Forwarding business. Office at Messrs.
Strauss, Vances and Co.'s, southeast corner Meet
ing and Hasel streets.. . J. WISS,
J. K. VANCE,
Charleston, Dec. I, 1865. J. C. VANCE,
January'24 4 8 THOS. MAHON.
J. P. O'NEILL, F. L. O'NEILL.
JOHN F. 091EIIL & SON,
WINES, LIQUORS. &l
No. -167 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jan 17 2mY
R. S. CATHCART,
102 East Bay, Charleston, S; C.
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Bacon, Lard, Mack
erel, Cheese and Butter. Liquors of all kinds.
Liberal advances made on consignmentsi
Jan 1'? 3m
N. E. cor. King & George streets,
Chatrleston, S. C.
The attent;ion of buyers is called to the complete
Gentlemen's Furnishing and
Shirts, Underwear, Gloves, Hosiery,
Toilette Articles, &c.
Faney goods of' every variety.
Trunks, Valises, Travelling Bags, &c.
The public are respectfully invited to call and
exaimine. -. Jan 1,7 2m(
No. 205 EAST BAY STREET,
(Opposite New Custom House,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED) BY~ EVE
RY ST?AMER of Goods selected expressly
for the Cliarlestori Market.
IORDERS PROMPTLY TTENDED T0
Charleston, S. C., Nov 8 1865~ .
HENRY BISCHIOFF & CCO.
And Wholesale.Dealers iin
Grocries, Wines, Liquers, Segars, &c
-No. W7 East Bay,
* pposite .Frazers-Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HENRY BISCHOFF. - C. WVLBERIN.
KJOHN KING & CO.
IMPORTERS AN~D WHIOLESALE DlEAMiM
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQUORS
CROCKERY, HOLLOWWARE & GLASSWARE
2000 SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, -
- No. 8 8 Hasel-Street,
nov 8 3m CHARLESTON, S. C.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in.
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
AT.T HEIR OLO ST AND,
165 MEETING STREET)
-.5CABLESTON, S. 0.
Take pleasure in announcing their resunption
of business,-and invite the attention of auroha
sers to their stock, which is now complete.
.Jolin S. BM'd, Jr., & Co.,
General Conisien Merchants
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