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CHARLESTON, S.O., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1805.
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. J?ffER FM "THE'K?B.TH.
Ote-rival ??1% the Monetea.
Stock 3?arkel Weak.
Ssld 144 7-8.
Cotton 35 to 46 Cefc?s.
__._
By tho arrivil of the -ftenmsbip Xftezeka from
""*Ncw York, which port the left on 'ihnrNlay, Sept.
'7th, we havo five days lutr r news. Wont" a indebted
lo the country of lier Purser fori*%ta riles of
"New York pa-pcrs, from -a hieb wo iuab< the follow
ing summary of news :
T? I1C 3SrEA\*S.
>Tj;-.v Yoi:k,'S:3 temlior 7.
The Ne\rV*'ork Stale Pcmocratlo C?ivivention ?is
?ciublcd inVJbany yeet' nluy, and transacted COB
?idcrablc te.-sir.ess, but lid not reaot-the adoption
of a plat for..i or the n.-niinati??ns- *?.'' cumlidutoi,
-wliich misters will be ?lispopod'ofJio-duy, wbeii
another ?ession is to bo held. ?Til o Tuminaziy
dclogation'were adnirlod and . rco'gnizod in a
rcaolutiouicdoptcd as'i lie only prupj-.' ?cpioseiit*
l?ves of'tbt Democracy of this citr. Tho contest
among the. Kings county Democrat*>:vas dispon*-??"!
of by udiiifctiiig the dt*" igatcs ropiwjecntiiig what
-de known at; tho CltiaMHi* Commiti?-?:, heailed by
'Tunis GJT'orgen. Thc-grcatest hanniony piwuib
in tli?' confjn'ion. Tbrugli the plnitt'orm resolu
tion? hnvouot yet been presented,it?suudcrstoa?
ihat Utcy ?ill endorse ?'esidont Jokii-on and lib
Tceonatrutfi'on policy, ?x.iintain tlu? "?-Ioiu-oe ib?*?.
irine aniKS. ato Bovereipnty, ami ?kxioum-c mili
tary rlild i?i the State, ujilitary urraabi and trials,
and negro aim-age. It ?is said that Major-General
sSlocum, no-f7 commandiBg in Mississippi, will ' be
r?iomiuatdti? irSccrolaryx-f State, andU?udgo Allen
.is thought?*.--! stand the*b-st chance Uc tho Attor
.-jicy->Q<MUirkl candidacy.
Atlvieea.fivtm BrownersiF.e, Toxas, to (the 2f>th of
August a-opos t the arrival at Vera Cru? of -tbo re
"bcl General I'eaurogarcL . An imperial rtingan train
ir<iin.Monter* y for Matan, .iras was attacked and
driven back by the repuh3it}?nB, and rciiif\?-ccnicnt<s
sont iront "the latter plaae/icr the iniperialiatH.ivcre
-TQ?*'ocd by Cocinas'men. JLu the fightb.-g a man
wbowRB a Cokmcl in the 3n?-? rebel armj. -wa? kill
ctL aA large-Arec is being recruited lUoug ?the
l?oi"?"T'..by-tlie Mexican iijp-.iblieans. Ji is ?aid
tba&aSti.a ball rtiently given*?->* United Statesofii
cere??'UBrowns%;lle to the icrperisl oflio?u? ^?tta
tioii?A??oii the epposite sido/??' tbo Ilio (rioude,
?GcDOxfViStoolo t??asted the "Epcporor Maxiaiilian.
??ot?Ut?Mtandingnthc recent -mutters out oflroopa,
Oen. ?ab?fJtdan boa still a lar?tfiiTee in TeXM.
Tlie ivwr.ult of: the examinaiiei: of the a?a?n* of
tbe ViJigjje?a:Parikf?. by the coniHMsinners api?oiut
?d for ttiltc^-juipoBO hiiy Governoatfierpont, shows a
lamcntdU?;<eonditios. of those iue'itutionn. Tbeir
TC8our<-os?t?; some, catee consist flfmBUotu of Cou
-federate Qkiads,. aail.only a fow tU> ?usant! dollars
in specie. ?31 imperiint report .*ji tbe subject
vrill ebortij ?be issue?*
A negro mam mfcfetir,q?a ntrats^ ) and signift
^cant feature ??a Alabama politics-^ras held at
/"Huntsvillo, .4Jdbs.ma, Ai-?U8t 23. Abgilt two thou
?e?-|iid former ?ItvueB weroiyresout. Tliry wero ad
-?dpuMHcd by Genoral Fial?,.tf tbe Fro^ibnen's Bu
TOaii, who told tlutii that.-?tt"iatever w?t..detrimon
<al;Jf the. black murs was ?ct'imoiital iiiy," to tbo
iThik man. He lit?] hoped .to bo able ?to lease
*o?aC:?j??jandoncd plautatiorunio thorn; but^H Presi
<l?)nt.iI(i.iiiHoi), bo beUeved, ''?vaB going tui<mrdou
ftllt^lir^-iiiclp," their prmpeoie.?ore not so yood in
?t4dS're-{p<#ta8 thoybadJbeeir. fKjn advised .them
ia t?vowoBfJly, to work 03 ?haree,.niid to dinobuso
iteir ?linda of the notion ibat.th^r old mantera'
cat?is*-? .were ?oing to be cut up amongst t boni.
Ho U4A tbcm ?Jiat tlicy ebonld bave jiistico ftjd
fair n\uyt but ojJierwiBe they taoat ''itirt out thu'r
own salva*.;on." Tlio conduct of tbf*;*j.jsemblage
ia Htateil to have been unexceptionable, aud the
Generara speech produced a good elfuti on all
present.
Tho Cunar?! eteaniship j'-'ro??i arrived at this
port ycatcrdoy, with two days later news from
"Europe.
Tbe political hitelligcnco is singularly destitut?
of interest.
Tbo Austrian and Prussian C?mventi?m still
canned commotion among continental politicianB,
anda minor stir had been raised by the assassin
ation of a servant of Trinco Arthur of England,
by Count Eulenburg, nophow of a Prussian Min
ister.
In China Btirring events were in progress. Tho
demand made by the United States Minister for
tho surrender of the American citizen, Burgwcino,
arrested by the Imperialists, had been reftiBcd, and
it woe foarcd a rnplure botweon tb?i country and
hinawcnldhc the result. Two"t'.."legrams, of a ?
Lrangciy contradictory cha?nent, auncranab at t
?c and tho name lime that the Taping rubidium j
tat an ond, aud that tho rebuta bava captured
'aeping, tho capital uffiio country, i
American fivc-twcnticu rov.iained nearly station- \
ry in London at OSJ (_: ?:J. British consols were
[noted at ti'U @8?J.
P'"? WiAsnJngton.
The Herald's 'fitshiny^ott special, datotl Scplcm
i< r Oth, has t'.te f.-Hovving :
?IK WIBZ XJOJA?C/FEOT or THE KVIUKMCB uroN
JUS accused.
The rcvoltitg cnavaeter of the evidence now hc
Rg dciYoced in the Win trial, i:i imr_w?H _^f tlw?
nob?! -ntuit?. la t>_?u to be wearing heavily upon tho
nind of i>.o r.ccuscd, and torturing bin. with the
nost fearful apprvhen-kme as to the d?cision of;
tho criTunii.tiion hoaxing the case. Some people
irho tiro watching the demeanor of tho prisoner
close?y, gi fo the opinion that, should ho continue
to he it pr.ey to the fenrful doubts that now beset
hin\, he will not survive another month. So far
abtrat forty witnesses have been examinad in this
cose. The record makes eleven or twelve hundred
Kotavap pages of testimony. At the rato testi
mony was taken ?to-day four or five days more will
suffice to eloao ihe case for the Government. The
pri-joner continues to occupy a place at tho table
v.i'.-h h?8 counsel, and in writing and making sug
gestions to Uicm as to the croen examination.
IMPORTANT NO BANKINU INSTITUTIONS.
The Currorcy llnroau have recently made an
important decision in regard to banking institu
tions, an imperfect statement <?f wliich lias been
already published. Its purport is that although a
bank might be permitted to organize without cir
culation, by waiving their claim to it, yet the law
requin?? all hanks to deposit at least one-third of
the amount of their capital in United .States bonds,
and this requirement can in no er.se be dispensed
with. Although the privilege of circulation may
be waived, the deposit, as above stated, anust be
mad?.
the bfhsaddm or the cholera.
TJ?r state Department is in receipt of advices
from the United Status Contrai stationed at Paler
n;o. dated August 14. Ho speaks of tbe serious
1 spread of tho cholera at Anemia, JtaJy, where
; some eight hundred persons have died. Isolated
1 caeca have occurred in other towns of Italy, Spain
and France.
j-AnnoNK.
? -Several pardons ver? granted by tho President
?w-day, and among them were those of Mrs. I3ar
3>ard, of Huntsville, Alabama, aud ex-Governor
'4'rowu, of Georgia.
The Herald's special from same place, dated 5th,
??ays:
L?KB INVITATION T?? THE PRESIDENT AN? HIS CABINET
Icr.o visit riuumox?.
Charles Palmer, of Richmond, who was to invite
Nthe l'resident aud Cabinet to vioii that city, arriv
? <?d here o:i Saturday. He has been most cordially
received, and to-day at noun, by special invitation,
was presented'by air. Howard to the Cabinet?a
I compliment due to Mr. Palmer, who, during the
I war, was imprisoned with Mr. l?o Us for lus dovo
; tlon to the Uni? n. The Pr?sidant and the Cabinet
: expressed to Mr. Palmer the hope to be able to
accept the invitation of the people of Richmond as
I soon as the weather and business would permit.
CABINET SIEEUNG.
Tho Cabinot meeting was prolonged to an
? unusual hour .to-day. All the members were in at
| tendance till hdf-past four excepting Mr. Stanton,
! and he was represented by Major Eckert, Assis
tant Secretary of Wur. It was nearly five o'clock
before they al! departed from the White House.
IX__JIN AI. REVENUE DECISION.
When the ?Commissioner of Internal Beccnue
made decisius J^o. 140 the five-twenty bond? ?aeued
under act of ._?nc 30, 18G-L, had nut been put into
I the market; _>ut ho now rules ?hat said bonds
! should be included in the list of United States se
curities to t*.? deducted from bank capital under
the section of ?he Revenue lawn.
__*>X_CATION TOE PABDOV.
Francis W. Pickons, of South Carolina, who
! boasted some ??cars ago of having been horn in
; .sensible to fear, is among the recent applicants
; _br pardon. Can the leopard change hie spots?
' THE JUDICIAL OFFICERS OP ALABAMA AND TUE
IXUiEDMEN*? BDBEAU.
General Swayne, of the Department of Alabama;
ihaaving recently issued a general order inviting
,tl?e judicial officees and magistrates of that State
ta become agent? ?of tho Frcodmen's Bureau for
?the administration of justice in all difficulties aris
ing between negro_a, or between whites and ne
groes, and having admonished such officials that
fannro to accept the agency for the purpose desig
nated would bo followed by substitution of mar
tial law in the district where such failures oocur
redjProvisional Governor Parsons earnestly advises
all judicial officers and magistrate, to accept the
Appointment offered as above, and in good faith
do justice and observe tho instructions contained
in the order of General Swayne.
THE SOUTHERN SAILQOADR.
Major-General J. D. Wobster, late chief of staff
to General Sherman, r.Uim.,1 this ovening from an
extended tour of inspection of Southern railroads,
and states that he found them in rather better
condition than was expected under tho circum
stances. Nono are in really good condition. All
of them will he in operation iu a few months, but
they will bo compelled to adopt a low schedule of
time at first.
Burean of Refugees and Fre? timen.
important circular froh oeneral Howard_
rules amd uegulatioiik adopted relative to
abandoned lands in possession of tue gov
ernment, eth.
Cih.oui.aii No, 15.
War Department, 1
BCBKAU OF ReFUOEES, FltEEDMKS I
and Abandoned Lands.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 4, 1SG5. |
Circnlar No. 13, of July 28, 1805, from tliis ?u
neau, is hereby rescue/led, and tho following rides
atd regulations are adopted for tho purpose of
establishing a definite ?and uniform poliev relative
to abandoned lauds, or ?vial property and" lands, or
real property to which tho United States shall
liavo ?squired titlo by confiscation or sale or oth
erwise, wliich now or may hereafter come under
tlio control of this Burean by virtuo of the act of
Congress approved March 8, W65, establishing and
by order? of the President, to wit: General Or
der? No. tlO, >\ar Department. Juuc 7, 1805.
Abandoned Jamla referred to in tho law and
regulations governing this buroau oro defined, ac
cording to nctiion two of on act of Congress, ap
proved July _*, 1804, as follows, viss:?"Prone vtv,
real or personal, ahall be regarded aa abandoimd
whon the lawi'il owner thereof shall bo Tolnntarriy
absent therefrom and engaged either in arm? or
? otherwise in aiding or ?ncouragiug tho rebellion."
Second?Property will not be regarded as confi?
I cfttcd until after tho docr,eo of U40 Unitod Btatc-j
'ourt for the district in which the property may
)0 found bus been made, by which tlie property is
? indoinned as enemy's property, and becomes the
?roperty of the United Slates.
Third? All abandoned land :ir real propi rty ?md
nil land and real property to which thuUmlul
Utiles shall bave uetpiired title by coulis??ftttntl or
iule or otherwise, that now is or may hi reader
some under the control of lb/? Bureau of Rufngccs,
Procdmcn and Abandoned Lands by virtue of said
Act and order of the President is and shall be sol
apart for use of loval refugees and l'reeihiien. und
so much us may be necessary assigned t?> I hem
na provided in section fourth of tue Act estab
lishing the bureau, viz: "To every male citizen,
whether refugee or frecdmen, ns aforesaid, there
shall bo assigned not more than forty acres
of such bind, and the person to whom it is
so assigned snallSba protected in the use and
eujnymciit or lira land tor the term of three years,
ut an annual rent not exceeding C per centum
upon the value of said land as it was appraisod by
the State authorities in the year 18G0, for the pur
pose of taxation, and in case no such appraisal
can be found then the rentul shall be based upon
the. estimated value of tbo land in said year, to be
ascertained in such manner as the commissioners
may by regulation proscribo. At the end of said
term, or any time during said term, the occupants
of any pare?is so assigned may purchase the laud
and receive such title thereto as the United States
can convey, upon paying therefor the value of the
land as ascertained and fixed for the purpose of
determining the annual rent aforesaid.
Fourth?All land? or other real property within
the several States, viz : Virginia, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mis
sissippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, Maryland.
Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas, to which the Uni
ted States has acquired or shall Require title by
confiscation or sale, or other abandoned real prop
erty, in those States, provided said property,
whether confiscated or abandoned, remaining un
sold or otherwise disposed of, shall have been
properly transferred to the bureau upon requisi
tion of the Commissioner or Assistant Commis
sioner, shall be considered as under the control nl
the Commissioner of Refugees, Frecdmen and
Abandoned Lands, for the purpose hereinbefore
set forth, and for the time authorized by the act
establishing the bureau; and no part or'parcel of
said confiscated or abandoned property sluill be
surrendered or restored to the former owners or
other claimants, except such surrender or restora
tion be authorized by said Commissioner.
Fifth?Assistant commissioners will as rapidly
as possible cause accurate descriptions of all con
fiscated and abandoned lands, and other confisca
ted and abandoned real property, that Is now or
may hereafter come under their control, to be
made, and, besides keeping a record of sueb them
selves, will forward mont luv to t_ie Cntunifawituiur
of tho Bureau copies of such descriptions. In the
manner prescribed by Circular No. 10, of July 11.
18(?;5 from this Bureau. They will, with as little
delay as possible, select and set apart such confis
cated aim abandoned lands and property as may
In? deemed necessary for the immediate, use of
refugees and freedinen, the specific di\isi??ii of
which Into lots and the rental or sale thereof, ac
cording to the law establishing the Bureau, will be
completed as-sornas practicable, and reported to
the Commissioner., in the selection and setting
apart of such land* and propr-rty cure will be used
to take that about which there is the least iloubt
tlint this Bureau shoukt have custody and con
trol of.
Sixth?Whenever any land, or other real property
that shall come into the possession of this bureau
as "abandoned," docs not full under the definition
of ' abandoned," as set forth in section _ of the
net of Congress approved July ?2, 18(11. hereinbe
fore mentioned, it will Im formally surrendered by
the Assistant Comuti**iotK rof the Bureau for the
State within which such real estate is situated,
upon its apjicaring that the claimant did not
abandon the property in the sense defined hi said
section and net
X< eenth ? Former owners of propertv held bv
Ulis bureau as abandoned, who eluim its restora
tion on the ground of having received the pardon
of the President, will, as far as practicable, for
ward their applications to the. Commissioner of
the Bureau, through the superintendents and as
sistant commissioners of the districts and States
in which the property is situated. Each applica
tion mnst be accompanied bv: 1st. A copy of
special pardon of the President of the United
States, or of the oath under his amnesty
proclamation ? hen they arc not embraced iii
any of tbo exceptions therein enumerated. 2d.
Proof of title. .3(1. Evidence that the property has
not been confiscated or libelled in any United
State? court, or, if libelled, that proceedings
against it have been discontinued. Officers of the
bi_M_ui through whoso hands such applications
may puss will endorse thereon such facts as may
assMt the Commissioner in bin decision, stating
especially the use to which the propertv is put bv
the bureau. O. O. HOWARD, Major-General. "
Com'r of Refugees, Frecdmen and Abuii'd Lands.
Approved September 4, 18G5.
ANDREW JOHNSON,
President of the United States.
POR I.I VUlil'IIOI,.- I'll E IJItlT
?WH Bark IRMA will take fifty bales UPLAND
COTTON, lier cargo being nearly complete.
?For Freight apply to
^eptoniber?_ WIULIS k CHIROLM.
POR NEW YORK?STAR I.IVK.
Tbo AJ Packet Sehr. WM. HUNTE?. Captain
?Harkscu, will have immediate dispatch for the
above port For Freight or Pannage, apply to
D. J. RTUROEH,
September 8_No. 10 Adgt-r's Wliarf.
NEW Y0RK& CHARLESTON STEAMSHIPS
LEAKY~LINE.
FOE NEW YORK DIRECT.
THE NEW AND FIK8T-CLA8S 8TEAMSHIPS
aVAKER CITY, Slde.vlieel,
W. H. WEST.CoMMANnF.n,
GRANADA, Propeller,
R. BAXTER.Commanoer.
AE.IIAMBRA, Propeller,
R. B. BEN80N. .CoMMAXDEn.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
GrRANADA
\\riLJ, LEAVE BROWN'S WHARF. ON WEDNES
V T DAY, the 13th September, at ? o'clock, precisely.
For Freight or Passage, bavin? HANDSOME AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
THADDEUB STREET, No. 74 East nay.
The QUAKER CITY will follow on Saturday, ICth lust.
September 11
POR DARIEN A!V? DOCTERTOWN, AI.TA
MAHA RIVER.
CALL/NO AT BEAUFORT. HILTON HEAD AND
SAVANNAH.
THE FAST, NEW AND ELEGANT LIGHT DRAFT
ROCKLAND,
OEOItOE W. BEAUFORT, CoMMANnrn,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF ON
Monday, September 11, at Nino o'clock precisely,
stopping one day In Savannah.
For Freight or Pansage, having superior accommoda
tion?, apply to CHAS. L. OUILLEAUMK,
No. 143 Moctltig-strcct,
' * And No. ?f ?toddird'a Rango, Savannah.
September ? f,
KATHAN & OTTOLENGUI,
AUCTIONEERS,
Brokers and Commission Merchants,.
SOUTHWEST CORNER
iIEETI.N? ANU WEXTWORTIl-STREETS.
CHARLESTON, S. ?.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALT, BUM?
\'E.ss entrusted to um, cither et Publia or Private Sau-.
M. II. NATHAN.
ISRAEL OTTOLENGUI.
September 11 11, 14, 17, 18, 30, >i
COURTENAY & TitENHOLM,
i'omniissioii and Forwarding iHcrcluuits,
NXWREliUY COURT HOUSE, S. C.
rpi?E UNDERSIGNED HAVE FUliMBD a. ? OI'ART
JL NEESHIP lor the purpoM ?.'.' conducting a GENE
RAI? COMMISSION AND KORWAMDINO BUSINESS.
xt Newbfrry, S. l!. (tin; pr?sent, avallabiu terminus of the
(*r?-.'iivilli' iiailroad). UmMdunntuUt* of Morcbandise fin
al] Depots on tlie On en ville Railroi.ti and its llrain-lu-H,
anil ?Tiler? lor tb?r purchaso an* shipment of Cotton,
kc, HoUcilctl.
Our covered W2:'.<>iit!, fer tbe pr?sent, leave New-berry
Depot on th?; 1st, lOtll ami Jtltli. 'raity burg Ml tbe Mil,
1Mb and 25tb of each month, in charge?! ?tnii-ty nnn
liiastcr. * WM. A. COURTENAY.
September 11 m'.lir. p. tt TRENHol.M.
WILLIAM E. MIKELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
No. 4 O 1?K.OAO-STKEJET,
AiiRitst?? lntbC. (UPSTAIRS.)
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OVnCIB OVER M'l'AT A CAStTVEU., .:.".si".L-siT.iXT,
NEXT DOOR TO POST-OFFICE.
He will net as Agent in pr< curing PARDONS ami ad
UHting CLAIMS on Treasury Department.
Angnitt 10
i>?v11) barrow!,
Wholesale Commission Merchant
AND
FACTOR,
jSTo. 153 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?-?r-COSX'NMENTS SOLICITED.-?*"*
Angus! M mwf lino
WILLIS & CIIISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND
SHIPPING AGENTS,
OFFICE. -iHLLS HOUSja.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
r.. willis.a. p.. cr-solm
I -tiriLE ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
VV SHIPMENT (to Forol?n and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER, NAVAI, STORES; t.? tbe
' Coll-eti<^ii of Drafts, Purchase and -?alt o: ull Hccnritiee.
i Consignments ol vessels suhVJted.
ItXFEXd T'.>:
Messrs, JOHN FRASER k Co.. Charteston, 8. C.
M. ?srH. OEO. *.V. wjj.UAMS k CO.. Cni.rkston, S. C.
Messrs. PENDEROA8T, BROS, k CO., N.-w Yorli.
OEO. KCHLEY. Esq., Augusta, Oa.
T. S. METCALE, Eh?j.. August??. Oa.
Messrs. ('DARK. DODOE k CO., New Yorlt.
Messrs. MURRAY k NEPHEW, New York.
Messrs. E. W. CLARK It CO.. Philadelphia, Pcnn.
Mcssr*. PENDEBOABT, 1'ENWlcK k CO., Baltimore,
M<1.
Messrs. BAM'Xi HARRIS k SONS, Baltimore, Mil.
OC?~ Tho Columbia Phieni-c will pnblJsh every olbrr
?lay for one month, anil other South Carolina papera
?realty for the suns period of tinte, ami Bend bills to this
tllce. ' August. M
BOWERS k SILCOX,
Broker?, .Auctioneers,
.AN0
GENERAL COMMISl^ON MERCHANTS,
ihtwill attend to the purchase and sale
OF COrroN, RICE, DRY o?oDS AND GROCERIES.
Also, their attention will lie given to SALES OF FUR
NITURE, REAL ESTATE,,,
TE.JLc.
t, attio. 238
'* J,
Oiliee for tbe present, atJKo. 238,R?G-STREET.
August 30 1 V ^Ji lino
HERIOT JU?QTHERS.
General Commif^aioai Merchants,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
Will give their attention to t^c par?base and sale of Mer
cliaiidise ami Produce of every description.
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON SOLICITED
3. R. HERIOT, Jn.B. M, HERIOl
i. i:ri:ii i.Nci :k :
WM. B. HERIOT k CO.. Charleston, 8. C.
HARMOND HULL & CO., New York.
DEMEREST k WYGANT, New York.
.INO. SLEIGHT, Poughlicepaie, N. Y.
September 1 lmo
C ?. CHICH?STEE,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. 18 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
AGENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF
REAL ESTATE in any of the Southern States.
ALSO AGENT FOR THE SALE, RENTING, RE
PAIRING, Ac. OF CITY PROPERTY._August 22
ARCHIBALD GETTY & C0.7
SHIP k STEAMBOAT AGENTS,
AND
flAMMIr?ftIAW MF.RrJIJLNT?,
Nos. 12G AND 128 MEETING-STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
EDMUND A. SOUDER k CO., Philadelphia, Penn.
LIVINOSTON, FOX k CO., Agents, New York.
F. A. WrLCOXSON, Agent, Orangeburg, 8. C.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
August In
HO WE, DOUCIN & CO.,
Commission jVJ-*-*r chants
Ship Chandlers and ?iroeers,
No. 151 EAST BAY. CHARLESTON, 8. C.
C. IIOWF, JIl.P. M. nOlllN..K. C. 1I0WF.
o. & ?TS?we,
Commi.. .rtion Merchants,
No. 71 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
C. HOWE, JIl.E. C. HOWE.
Consignments solicited. Prompt attention given to
aalen of Merchandlpe. Produce purchased on Conimis
Hion. ainl liberal advances made.
Refer by permission to Mckhi-b. Henry Swnr k Co.,
No. US Broadway; .Iso. M. Smith's Ron k Co., No. 122
Broad-at ; Kemp, Day k Co.. No. 11? Wall-it. ; Thomas
A- Beniiam. No. 108 Br?Hid-Ht.. N. Y. Cmo? AagUBt 24_
BOLD AND SILVER,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Drafts on New York, Boston and Philadelphia,
AT
P. H. KEGLER'S
BANKING OFFICE, No. 2155 KING-STREET,
AOgust 18 ??n-ncr o? Bcau?aln.
STYLES & CARTER,
:0M MlSsi?TTl ?ROli A N TS,
agents for
Orleans Lise ci' Southern Packets*
NO. I?> Vat:'i--rh?rsi Wk..rf,
CHAULE?-:!- ON, i\. C.
C. STYl.r.<. |
I". CABTEtt. I
WM. IL RODSON & Ci).. AOENTS IN NEW YORK.
Advance* made on ronalBiiiucuta.
September 4 Imo
j. m. _;ax< >Nr.
COMMISSION AGENT,
Ko. i) EXCHANGE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, k. ?.
Rept.e:?.il>'r 8 Imo
GKAESER & SMITH,
COTTON FACT( >RS?
Commission and Forwnrdivg Merctumtft,
[OFFICE FOU THE PRESENT AT No. KG EAST DAY.}
rrUIE UNDEHKIGNED HAVE RESUMED THEIR BV
_|_ SINEss connect km, as above indicated, and will
?ell or purchase on Cuiuiui??li>u COTTUN, NAVAL
STORES. AND PRODUCE GENERALLY.
Orders for (Jooris executed i.t lowest prices. Advance?
made an oonalgniaou tafbr ?nlcIn this ori'orelijn markets.
C. A. GRAESER.A. SYDNEY SMITH.
HKKi:iu:sei:s.
Mesmrs. a. W. WILLIAMS A: CO.; aiensrs. JOHN
FRASER k CO. VI* September k
T. A. JK-TOUDU.IlKSllY KIBCK.
T. A. JEFFORDS & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
Cor. Muiii-street and tlic Railroad,
OEANGEUURG, S. C.
T. A. JEFFORDS, for many year? eonncetc.d with Ihn
house of jEFFonns k Co., would soUctt I'roiu his friend?
i:i the City and Country, part of the Forwarding busi
ness. Ha promises to pivc all business entrusted to hin
care hit: pr.rHoi::il attention; and, having a large Store?
house within three yards of the depot, can always (when
wagons ar<? not present) store the j;oods at small expenso
tu the owner.. wftn 20 Boptembcr c
W. T. B?RGE & CO,
WHOLESALE DI.A_r.nB IX
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
VAN K E E N O T IONS,
No. 41 Hayne-street,
4 RE NOW RECEIVING THEIR FA1.E AND WIN
J\_ TICK STOCK, to which they invite the attention of
Dc?_-rw. lino September 7
R, M. MARSHALL,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER,
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
TTAS RESUMED BUSINESS AT HIS OLD STAND.
Jrl No. :?:t Hroad-Mtieet. Attend? to the ?UYIKtr
AND .M.iyi.n.-it iiv liii.vi- i_kca?pk PlIRNrrURE &c
ke. Abra to the RENTING of HOUSES. Septcm-u. c *
"jEFFEi?.S &. CO.,
FORMERLY OOTHRAN, ?'RFFl-RS * CO.,
GENERAL
Commissioii.Rcceivnig & ForwardtnJfAgpnts,
OEANGEUURG, S. C.
Special attention Riven to Receiving and Forwarding
Cotton and Merchandise.
September 0 13?
JAS. B. CAHILL,
GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Wines & Liquors,
No. 171 Broad-street,
AJJCi?STA, GEORGIA.
CONSIGNMENTS 80LICITED.
Rcptcinbcr 1 3mos
"ZIMMERMAN DAVIS,
(LATE OF THE FIRM OF ADAMS, FHOST & CO.>
Hbb rssunsd tho
FACTORAGE & COMMISSION BUSINESS,
OFFICE FOR THE .'RESENT
Cor. Accommodation Wharfund East Bay?
Will attend to the Hale of COITON, RICE, or any other
PRODUCE, in thin or any foreign market. AIbo, to tho
PURCHASE AND SHIPPING OF COTTON. Will also
RECEIVE AND FORWARD GOODS.
September 1 Imo*
A. C. 8CHAEFER, ) JAM E. BROWN k CO.,)
GEO. Y. BARKER, j No. 33 S. Front Street, J
New York. ) Philadelphia. 1
A. C. 8CHAEFER, Jr.,
consr.li light ano i?iiatt kthkktb,
Baltimore.
Adolphus C. Sc.iaefer & Co^
(FORMERLY OF BALTIMORE,)
General Shipping & Commission
MERCHANTS,
NO. Ill WATER-ST., NEW YORK,
/?-EVERY FACILITY OFFERED FOR CONSIGN
MENTS and execution of order? in New York, PtiUadel?
pi:i_. ? ?__-__ -..___ ?,_,,,-.
A-t'tiet 14 iiuu -
F. B. Chldeater.__. M. I'ritchorU?
JERSEY CITY
PLANII^G^MILLS
CHIDESTER & CO.
WOOD MOULDINGS, ARCHITRAVES,
HAND RAILS, BRACKETS, TRUSSES
AND
Inside Trimmings
Of ovary description ou hand and mado to order.
SCROLL SAWING & WOOD TURNING,
Nos. J? Ai 14 WAYNB.BTREET,
CORNER GREENE, JERSEY CI. Y.
September 8
BIOHAKD ALLlfeON,
C0MMI8SI0N MERCHANT,
No. OG BEEKMAN-STREET,
NEW yohk.
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE SOLD ON COM.
MISSION. General Mcrctiandiso piirehi-ird and
forwarded to order. Imo* AiigimtM?
W. BROOKBANKS,
PRACTICAL ?AS FITTER & PLUMBER,
No. 238 King-street,
NEXl BOOR TO TORTEIVS LB STAJfJf
AuguBt 14

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