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EGIOLATU T0 H ALgINA.
iURSDA Y. NOVRMuBzR od, 186.
The Senate met at 10 A. M.
The Presidentpro tem. announced that
Kr, Richardsoh was added to the Com.
tittee on Roads and Buildings.
Mr. Townes , offered a resolution,
which was agreed to, that it be referred
to thi judiciary committee to report as
to the propriety of passing alaw for the
protection of the property of married
women in this . State, and that they
Iave leave to report by bill or othei
The Senate proceeded to the special
rder for 11 o'clock-a bill to establish
The hour having arrived,- the Presi.
daent pro tem. of the Senate, attended by
the officers and'members of' the Senate,
sttended in the House of Representa
'tives. in order to be present at the inau.
;guration of the Lieutenant Governor
'elect, who was sworn in by the Hon. B.
V. Dunkin, Chief Justice.
Immediastely thereafter, the Senate
joined the House of . Representatives in
voting for two Associate Justices of the
Court of Appeals.
Hon. D. L.' Wardlaw received 139
Totes ; Bon. John A. Inglis, 137; Hon.
J. P. Carroll, I ; and. Mr. James B.
,The President therefore, declared the
lon. D. L. Wardlaj and the Hon.
A. Inglis duly elected Associate Justices
of the Court of Appeals.
Upon the return .fthe Senate to the
8e'aate chamber, Mr. 4rthur presented
the inemqrial of the Mayor and Alder.
men of the city of - Columbia, praying
the aid of the State in rebuilding the
city. Also; thle petition of. Mr. Win R.
Huntt, Secretary of State, praying coM.
pensation for-seryides, expenditures arnd
losses, sustained.in preserving the public
records of the Sta4. And. the account
6f J)r. C. H1. MioU for medii'nes fur.
nished the Au'senal Academy.
The Senate then proceeded to vote
for Register in Equity for Charleston
District, with the following result : Jai.
L. Gantt, 27 votes ;'J. L'. Nowell, 2.
The Senate then voted" for Commis.
sioner in Equity, of the following Dis.
tricts, with the following reauk:
Anderson. . 'Dirict;:- W. W. Hum.
phreys 17 vot ; A. O. Norris, 14.
Barnwell . rio}--Jaines Patterson,
26 votes ; Wlli M ni M Hunter ; 5.
Colleton Difrictl-Benjainin 'Stokes.
Miarion District-A. L. Evans. -
Chester District -Giles J. Patterson.
ChesterBeld-Jas. C, Craig.
Horry District--Oenj. E. Sessions.
Spartanbi'iistriet-T; Stobo Far
row. '22 votes I H. H.-Thompson. 8.
Re'ister of Mesne- Conveyance for
Charleston District--Henty Trescot, 28
voteq ; James bf Reed, 2.
Master in 11uity for' Charlestoin Dis.
trict-Janhas W. Grey.
Mr. Buist-presented the 'nemorial.of
Dr. J. J. Chisolm, President -of the
Board of Trustee- of. the Roper Hos.
pital, transmitting accounts of teceipts
.and disbursements, aind praying for the
usual aproApration. Also the memorial
ity Cou of Qpwtoa, pray
th p= opand
a rod for
Vthe-Sparthuburg and ~tpI~n
of r. Sulliy'an,, the Presi,
otrn. was . requested to retire
rora ;i who requsted Mfr.
Mr. Re4 qgered.the following resolu.
tion which was uanimousely agreed to:
A~~e~ In the' 'tor'orary -retire.
ment H~AI on. F. J. Moses hem the
chai'r, ihenhanks of the 84nate are dny,
and are,,e ri4 hiqs,, Tor the
,coureoulIne~ ah .and. impartial'
? anres' tpyner
on ifie Mohiooh bein 4rep.
- jithe Fr~rasit ro fm.a
would be' an ti d both ,f,~p
and heart, if% p 1r .reoeiv ts -t
mnonial of y~our appreciation ~~~o~
emotion, Apomplnibeego~ with
, such evidewoe of ~udAity, ou4not fahit
to awaken a i ofI~,f wetl ite
Ih I ae a Ini4O d th' gt*o
'the chair se s'o elle the commendas
- ion of thoe-4V# vv90.I -have
the honor td ~ pf - , bpd
bee e idP 34
I shall treasure this evidenco of your
good will and kindness as a boon of
which any one may be proud, and shall
never in life, cease to remember the
pleasant relations which my .associition
with you has induced.
To you, sir. (the Senator from Lau.
rens, the organ of this body in present.
ing t1is flat.te ring testimonial,I return my
acknowledgement for the complimentary
remarks with which y'u have accompa
nied the communicatiorr of the resolu.
On motion of Mr. Thompson. the
Special Order for quarter-past 12 P. M.
-a bill to establish District Courts
was discharged, and the same subject
was made the special order for, to-mor
row, at 11 A. M.
HOUSE OF 1WPRESENTATIVES
The Senate sent to this House rosolu.
tions of respect for the memory of Ron.
T. J. Withers; which were concurred in
and ordered to be returned to the Sen
The Senate sent to this House a bill
to amend sia Act to ineorporate the E
more Muatuai Insurauce Company, to be
located in the city of Charleston; which
was read the third time and title changed
Mr. Keith presented the petition of
sundry citizens of Pickens District, ask
ing to have MAnagers of Elections ex
eupted from road duty, or compensated
in some other way, as a consideration for
Mr. Lord introduced a bill t6 amend
an Act entitled an .Act to amend an Act
entitled "An Act to increase the fees of
Sheriffs for dieting persons confined in
- Mr. Hutson introduedd a bill to
provi4e for the admission in evidence
of wills made in the execution of a
Mr. T. -P. Mikell introduced a bill to
provide for the election of Governor and
Mr. Shaw introduced-the following
resolution, which was agreed to, and sent
to the Senate for concurrence:
Resolved, That it be referred to a joint
committeeoto consist of the committes of
Ways and Means of the House, and the
committee of Finance and Banks of the
Senate, to take immediate steps to pro
vide for the expenses of the General As
sembly the present session, and that they
especially inquire and report as to tie
expediency of authorising the President
and Directors of the Bank of the gtate
of Bouth Carolia, to.-advance'to the use
of the State, from ".ny funds now in their
possession or under their control, a sum
sufficient for said purpose, upon the
pledge ofthe faith and credit 0* the State
for the repsyment of the -same . to the
said President and Direstore.
Mr. Dawkins iutroduced a bill for the
relief of -the Spartanburp knd Union
Railroad Company. .
The Senate attended in tlie. Houge,
and United with the House in voting
viva-voce for'two Associate Justices of
the Appeal Court.
Hon. D. L. Wardlaw at kd Hork. John
A. Inglis hiving received majority of
the votes given, die Speaker nnoinced
that they vere elected Associate Justices
'of the Appeai Court.
Tfhe Senate -thi athended- in the hail
g h ouse' of '.pesA & in'id
the commiptee of Arranre
the hall. TieLetnnt enrle
then addressd: the roombers of the Gen.
*ral Assetstbly. asfalfowa:
*Thr'ooeeheu' robeded to
tvieoce, for Comisaionera isnty
for Anderson, Barnwdl Chester, ehs
tergeld, Collo~6a, Darlingtn. ..Hoi-ry,
Marion and Stiatanburg Digtricts:-'ad
*fer Master in eqrit for C~harleston, Di.
iric6; slao, prooee to ballit (or Reg
inter E it'forherlbston District.
BA DAY, DNQMBHk 2, 1 865.
Tb a yto it e;W ilatton
b the ~ e ~ Th- iiv
n to a
c - i
.United States army in' FebrnarV, 1865.
And the petition of- Wpm. Kinsler,.Ed.
ward Kinsler and HetiryeO. Kinsler. for
a chartpr for a ferry across Congaree
River, at Columbia.
The President laid before the Senate
the report of the Solicitor. of the Wes.
tern Circuit on Discrict offices and offi.
The speial order for 12m.-a bill to
establish District Courts-was discussed
and made the special order for Monday,
at 11 a. in.
The President an'nounced the follow.
ing as the result of 'the ballotings. for
I Solicitor of the Eastern Circuit--Hen.
Conimissipners in Equity-Orange
burg-V. D. V Jamison; Union-Wil
liam Monioe: Clarendon-G. 4 Hug.
gins; Darlingtoi-A. F. Edwards;*
Richland-Douglas B. DeSaussure.
HOUSE OF RE PRESENTATIVE
The Clerk called the roll, the Speak.
er tPok the chair, and progeedings
were opened with prayer by Rev Dr.
Mr. Todd presented .the petition of
John Knight. praying the renewal of %is
charter for a b-ridge across Saluda Riv.
er, known as Knight's Bridge.
Mr. Lewie p-esented the petitionef
Wm. Klnsleo, Edward Kineler and H4n.
.zy 0. Kinslgr, for a 'charter of a fehy
over Congaree River, at Columbia
Mr. layts presented the memorial of
the Commissioners ot Public Buildings,
of Lexington District, for an appropra
tion to rebuild the court house and jail
in thatoDistrict, which %nre burbtt
by the. United Stotes'army in February
Mr. DePass presented the memorial
of the citizens of Kirkwood for an Act
Tela Speakerannounced'that Thomas
P. Ryan is added to the Committee on
Railroads and Public Ruildings.
Mr. DePass. introduced abill to ap.
point Commissioners of Kirkwood, and
for other purposes.
Mr. Garlington introduced, a bill to
amend the Insolvent Laws.
Mr. Russel introduced a bill to pro.
vide for the'alection of Co-nmissioners,
Masters and Registers in. Equity by the
The Speaker isid-beore the House
the report of the Solicitor of 'the Wes.
tero Circuit on District offlos and ofR1.
Mr. Mullins intioduced a resolution,
which was ordered for consideration on
Monday cext. that the General Assen
bly adjourn sie die on. Tuesday, the
The Honse proceeded to the considera.
tion of a bill to ertablish Districts
Courts; and a bill to amend the Crimi
nal Law. -
Service every Sunday at 11 A.A.. a eP.
M. The:rlignug of t.h holleIas oena dis
The appointmsent of to-day.. Is alted In
o absence of
H AVE tecelved sadsla otl~ % re.
best Grocerie, whIsk 't $*flt
lowest market. prices few ogshr S,
B~acon Sid0s, 8houd.w . da oeit and
Extra lope,.Bft~ Sar and' Soa
- leon, Ma
fu kIts,- arl
Ch ris;*tq~w :Ioand q
JUST IECEIVJED BY
!AMES D. MILNORA
Fj vil ribbon bound Bed Blahkets, Heavy
rey Blankets, Cups and Saucers,
Plate, !Tumirs, Concntrated Lye, for
making. soap, Pklek Almonds, Raisins,
Currenat, Spices, Buek, Turkey and Bird
Shot. Oysters, and Salmon, in cans, Trace
Chains, Rope for wells, Rope for plough
lines, Lantern., for Petroleum Oil, , Vine
gar, 4, 6, 8 and 10 penny Nails, Adaman
tine.and Tallow Cuoidles, Sacks Liverpool
Salt, Bacon Sidqs, Fine Padlocks, Stnooth.
Ing Irons, together with a good assortment
of -Dry Goods, Groceries, Roots, Shoes and
Hats. Also a large assortment of Fire
Works and Fresh Candy.
dec 786 1.
C. D9. CARR & CO.,
T NA'ERs in Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mat
.I.ti do, Window Shades,' Patent Step
Tailor's Trimmings Of very.variety, -which
they offet to the trade'jt New York Jobbing
prices. o Broad St., Charleston, S. C.
M ~ATZ SML.
Y authority from the Court of Ordinary,
L there will he offered at public out
cry at the late residence of John G. Mobly,
deceased,.on Toeiday, the 19th instant, a
belonging to the estate' of John 0. ?Mobley,
deceased. At the same time will be rented
to the highest bidder, the plantation be
longing to the said estate, knowh as.
ZEB MOBLEY, 0xeautor.
A LL persous having demands against*
the estate of John MoMtster, deceas
ed, will render them In properly attested
without delay. All persons indebted to
said estate are rfquested to make immediate
settlement with the undersigned.
. 41 H. MeMASTER, Executor.
W ANDTED to hire immediately for the
Charlotte & a. 0. Railroad, ten or
twelve wagons and teams to haul cross-ties,
near Simpsons T. 0. Liberal prices will be
paid. For further information, apply to
W. D. Creight, Railroad Agent, Winnsboro',
Jaimes Rosborough, Simpson's T. 0. or 'o
J. W. GREEN, Engipeer.
TNpursunoe to suthority given me by
,. Court of Ordinaey, I will sell on, the
22st of Deceqiber next, at the
DUiCHMAN'S CREEK PLANTATION
of Johq Harrison, senior, deceased, a lot of
Planstatie n o .
.Also' lot of
ROUSEBOLD and IITCIEN FUIMTURE,
At the same time, will be rented several
TRACKS OF LAND.
All the foregoing belongjog'to the estate
of John Hsrrison, senior, Beceased.
JOHN R. HARRISON, Adar.
- o*t '65-t4
ta hN ~ Si ojhe moet
4unttlitt ed., Also a lot, ofth
'fw i e8* *o t of Orvy,
~ J4Y lesA~~u,,a lot of
~~*Ii~e ~4~o rse
PIONEER LINE 6F' STiI&'.
Baluisme*e, W' phidepbsa, New
VorI4 .sad eutin. via Albe
marle and 0sesepenao
THE COMODI OUS ATEAMERS
PIONEER and COMMODORE ADAMSi
WILL leave New Berne for for Nolk
. on TUESDAY of each week at 8
o'1olgk, A. M., connecting with the different,
line.e bf steamers for the above name'd
'pointp On and after the first day of De
cemberinext they will leav'e on Tuesday and
Friday of eaoh'week, .making semi-weekly
trips. Shippers of Goods will receive every
facility and accommodation for the trans.
portation of the same, as. arrangement.
have been made with the different mpan
panies to forward goods .to this 1It low
rates and without delay. Each. these
steamers are capable of carryjng
TWO HUNDRED AND
FIFTY TONS 0F FREIGHT
through The canol withoit difficulty, as
they'were built expressly for the trade.
They i (Ited up with STATE ROOMS
and 0AEHS capable of accommodating
thirt yAVe passengers. Every attention
will be paid to the coMfort of . pasengers,
who will not be subject to the inconvenienoe'
of transfer to other vessels, but will t ti
ken through direct without change.
The tables -of the steamers are liberally
supplied with the best the market, affords.
Families traveling will find it to their In
terest t6 take this line, as they will thereby,
escape the danger and discomfort of a se
route, and the fatigue of railroad travel.
On the 16th of December next, if the
business of the line warrants it, the steam
er WILLIAMS will be put on the route, and
tri.weekly trips will be made.
For freight or passage apply to WHIT-.
FORD, DILL & 00.,.New Berne, N, C.
DAVID WILLIAMS. Proprietor.
.Os11 KIaNG & co..
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
G ROCRIES, Plovisions. Flour, For.
eign .and Domestic Liquors and 01
gar.. Crookery, Hollow-Ware and Glas-.
2000 Sacks Liverpool Salt to arrive.
No. 88 Hasel-Strect,
now 9'6-.8m Charleston; . 0.
"The North Carolina Guardlan." *
, HE undersigned will issue; commenoing
'IT on the first day of Jabuary' 1866, in
the city of Chprlotte, N C., a daily and
tri-weekly newspaper under the style and'
title of "THE NORTH CAROLINA GUAR
DIAN," which shall be devoted especially to
the dissemination of the latest news, and.,
the guarding, with an eagle eye, the inter
ests of the State underthe Constitutiong and
in cdnformlty. wih the laws of the United
There will also be issued, from the slso
office, a weekly paper under thb style and
title of "THE-CATAWBA WATCHMAN"
The terms'for the DAitT OVAtA wih"l
be, for one year, '7.00; mlx months. $4.00;
toree months, $2.60; any less time $1.90
Tuu Ta-WNxLY GUARDIAN will be sup
plied to subscribers at $.00 for .elye
months; $8.00 for six, monihs ; $1Y for'
'three mnaths, and seventy-fire een per
month for any less tiwo.
Ordinary ,advertisement., oocupyisg ~q
mnoie than ten lines (on. square,) will4e
inserted in either of the above pubhosiidas
at seventy-lve cents for the firet 'nsertiew
and ~1~jtf'pt'aoh stabsequent insertiop.
Larger aIisements in esseorpf'oportion.
- Liberal ' qunis will be made for eon
The:.Wuuxkt WATonWAW will be furnishy
ed to subscriber. at $2.Q0psr antiumn, single
oopy, and te. aoluEove fsor, $7.60, to a*
elab4f ten for $160 to a club eft
twenty. for As.O Wt atxtra copy ~
the getter u fof- euis. - .
Aliordersnid 1baaddressed to'
- J. E. BBlTTON,.
Edlio and Proprietew "Gtairdfan,"
jm& Editors wilt confer afavor by giving
the 'above, with this note, a few laertions,
at lekht, in their publoains, and entering'
the "Nosu OAUoLIJA Guot i' ' a
their ex'change lists. . B
Desember 86, 1966.
'ONBISTING of. I