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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
CATJICAKT, McltlLLAN & MOKTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
jyST Singlo Copies FIVE CENTS.
?5-News Dealers supplied at a liberal discount.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1865.
MEETING OF THE PRACTISING
At a mooting of the Practising Physicians, of
the City of Charleston and its vicinity, held Octo
ber 16,1865, at tho Medical Collogo, on motion of
Dr. R. A. KrNi.?x*n, Dr. E. Hor-Beck waB called to
tho Chair, and Dr. -J. S. Buist requested to act as
On motion of Dr. E. Geddi-nos, a Committco of
Fivo "were appointed by tho Chairman to preparo
business and draft resolutions for tho mooting.
Tho Chair appointed tho following gentlemen ;
Drs. E. Geddings, Kinloch, F. M. Robertson,
Jervey, and A. Pelze h.
The Committco retired, and in a short while re
turn sd and offered the following Proamblo and
Resolutions, which were unanimously adopted :
The Members of the Medical Profession practising
in the City of Charleston and its vicinity, to the
."We, tho practising physicians iu tho city and
precincts of Charleston, having assembled to de
liberate upon tho altered relations which tho pre
sent unhappy condition of tho community has es
tablished between our patients and oiu-sclvcs, beg
leave respectfully to invite attention to the follow
It has been truly remarked that tho medical
profession is founded in benevolence, and it will
oo generally conceded that no class of men has it
more in their power to mitigato human suffering
than physicians, or havo exorcised their deeds of
benovolenco with moro cheerfulness and alacrity.
But tho healing art involves other considerations.
In all the relations of life, tho general schemo of
society is founded on mutual obligations. Labor
is the indispensable condition of our social com
pact, and the rewards of labor aro absolutely im
pura ti ve, not only as a means of happiness, but as
a condition of existence.
As long as it was the custom in our community
to conduct tho ordinary business relations on a
credit system, tho medical profession cheerfully
acceded to the general usage, and only called fur
tho compensation for their services at tho expira
tion of six or. twelve mon Um. This arrangement,
so far as tho medical practitioner is concerned, ex
ists in no other country, and is both unreasonable
and unjust. The lawyer expects and receives his
fees when his services aro rendered. The divine
and the ofticial is Beenre in tho periodical receipt
of his salary; and the mechanic and the artizan
.requires to bo paid when his contract is complet
ed. Yet the physician, whose education is tho
most'expensive, laborious and prolonged; whose
duties arc the most responsible, and whoso avo
cations arc the most patient, harassing and solf
. sacrificing, as far as his compensation is concern
ed, is placed below tho servant or daily laborer. '
The present altered condition of the country?
the completo prostration of business and of most
of the industrial pursuits, together with the de
struction of a great part of tho pecuniary re
sources previously existing, have developed a stem
necessity, on "the part of our profession, for the
total abandonment of the credit system, and the
adoption of a cash basis in all business transac
tions. Theso principles have been universally
adopted and rigidly enforced by all classes of the
community except the medical profession. A stern
necessity now calls for tho removal of this excep
tion. All collateral resources having bcon de
stroyed, while tho necessary expenses of living
have augmented from iivo to ten fold (all of
which have to bo paid in cash), to enable us to
provide for ourselves and families, an imperativo
duty impels us to claim the right to be placed
upon llio same footing, as regards compensation
for our services, with other portions of the com
munity. As hitherto, no one of us will disregard
any legitimate demands upon our benevolence;
and while thoso whose reduced circumstances ren
der them no longer able to bestow the ordinary
remuneration will mid a ready response, on appli
cation for our services, we feel ourselves jU-tihtfd
in indulging tho expectation that all others wjll
requite our labors promptly, when they are ren
dered, or at the termination of the case.
We, therefore, respectfully submit the following
resolutions as an exponent of our views and ex
Resolved, That the necessities of our position
render it imperative upon us, in tlio present state
of affairs, to demand cash payment for our profes
sional serviocs. The?e payments will be expected
at the time tho services are rendered, for all cases
of oftico advice or single visitB, and in all other
cases, as soon as the attendance tei-minatcs.
Resolved. That whereas tho Medical Fee Bill
established by the Medical Society of South Caro
lina, in the latter part of the last century, was
adopted at a timo when the expense of living was
nt least three or four times less than tho present
exigency requires, and was, besides, predicated
upon a specie basis, we shall feel ourselves obliged,
in our chargea, to uoublo tho rates therein speci
fied, and to add thereto whatovcr may be tho
rates between Bpeeie and currency.
liesolved, That to facilitate the fulfilment of the
arrangements above specified, the attending phy
sician will, aB Boon an -a case requiring. continued
attendance ..baa terminated, hand in a card/or*
memorandum, specifying tho amount of his fees,
or furnish such memorandum at the end ot every
HesolvtxL, That, as wo._avo hitherto done, we
will cheerfully render our services to those of our
patients who have, byftho calamities of tho recent
war, been doprived of.their ability to pay the ordi
nary compensation, until Buch time as their ability
to remunerate us may bo restored. ,
Dr. R. A. __N_oci*t offered the following resolu
tions, whioh wore unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That wo consider it eminently desi
rable, at [this time, to abandon the old practice of
dispensing medicines from private ofiices-^-a cus
tom which prevails in no.other city of any sizo.
Resolved,*/fliat tho custom now prevalent, with
our city apothecaries, ot closing their places of
business at an early hour in tho evening, is an ovil
, seriously folt by .the profession and tho community, I
and we hereby respectfully urge its correction.
J On motion of Dr. RrL?BBY, Sr., it was
Resolved, That tho proceeding? of this meeting
be published, in the daily .papers.
. On motion of Dr. Moultrie, tho meeting tid
jqmucd. . E. HORLRECK,M. D., Chairman.
JVS.-Boist, M. D., Secretary.
NEW YORK MARKETS.
,. MONEY MARKET. -, j*j j,
New York, FritflrV, 10,'C p. M. "
Tho Roldjmorkot was steady, and loans worn mado
without Interest. Tbo opening prico. Was Ui}.f, trova
which thcro wjis a decline of %, aud a subsequent ad
' vaneo ?141ft. Tho steiyner Lafayctto took out $120,000
- in ?paclo.
foreign exchange was heavy this morning, but It after?
..wards bpcamo a uhadc firmer, and banker'?? bill-rat sixty j
days Bold at lOOJi?.1^, but the leading drawers ajkod
109 J?. Tho large amonnt of nve-twenties and Eri6 Boil
way shares which oro being ?hipped furnishes ? good
supply of -private bills, which ore quoted at 108??<h)100.
AlMiut five thousand shares of tho later lia ve been trans- !
ferrod forforelgnacconntslnceth? books opened, cgalnBt i
about one thousand returned, and thcro Is ovory pros
pect of heavy shipments of tho stock Tor some timo-td
como should tho prico continuo to advance, or oven re
jn-iin steady abroad. The. London quotation is already
'?equivalent to nearly sis por cent, above the price at which
tho stock sold at to-day's second board.?A\ Y. Herald, I
.Uth. % ' '
:/ The ?t* York CoMWrctal Advertiser ot tho Uth says:
" Gold is less activo. Tho partial dullness among-tho
dry goods Importers during the week ban. checked the ?
flow of imports Into consumption, and tbo demand for
customs duties Is .consequently diminished, thq receipts
at tho custom house for the week having been about
$1,600,000 lusa than last week. ?
??The price fluctuates between 144',' and lii'.,', -with a
downward tentlency. Tho imports for the week are
nearly $3,000,000 over thoso of last week ; but should
tho quiet in tho markets continue, an increased propor
tion of the goods will go into bonded warehouse.
Gold quotations reported by While, Morris A Co., No.
10:30 A. M.1447?
11:00 A. M.144'?
11:30 A. M.144 \
12:30 P. M.144\
1:00 P. M.144T?
1:30 P. M.144\'
The shipments <>f specie to-day was largo, vi7. : $431,
492 per Allemania, and $170,:i28 per City of Wanbingt?'U.
Tho exports of specie frem this port during the week
have been as follows: *
October 13?Steamer Lafayette, Havre, Gold
October 14?Steamer Allemania, Hamburg,
Gold Bars. 401,156
October 14?Steamer Allemania, Hamburg,
Silver Bars. 29,337
October 14?Steamer Allejuani?, Hamburg,
German Silver. 1.W0
October 14?Steamer City of Washington, Liv
erpool, Gold Bars. L'10,994
October 14?Meant? City of Washington, Liv
erpool, American Gold. 39,334
Total for the week. 812,120
Previously reported. 23,020,038
Total since Jan. 1,1865.$23,841,608
Foreign exchange is merely nominal, as usual on the
sailing day of steamers. Bankers' long dato sterling is
quoted 109,'?@109??; francs, 6.18>?@5.1C.V?.
Tho evening report of tho Commercial Advertiser of the
14thtost., 4P. M., says:
G*Id continues steady. Tbo demand for customs Is
moderato and tho premium is less affected by sp?cula
tion than usual. The quotations average about yester
Foreign exchango is In better supply and the rates
are again lower. Tho supply of sterling bills drawn
against Five-twenties, gold bars, Erie certificates and
cotton amounts to a largo aggregate and moro thon meets
the demand. The leading drawers quote sixty days'
sterling at 100 '?' (??) 109';, but very good bankers' bills
are offered at 108% @ 109, und the majority of transac
tions are at those rates. We quote:
Bankers' Sterling, 00 days.IOS.1* @ 1?0>?
Bankers' Sterling, 3 days.109?? @ -
Merchants'.?OSQ <w 10H.S?
Francs, long date..-..5.18J? @ B.17J?
Francs, short date.5.10,?^ (a) 0,16
Gold quotations by White, Morris k Co., No. 29 Wall
2:00 P. M.1447? "
2:30 P. m.144T?
3:00 P. M.144V
3:30 P. M.144,'?
Bbkadhtofts.?.Receipts, 12,224 bbls. flour, 120 do
and 1170 bags corn meal, 7CG bushels wheat-, 120,479 do.
corn, 01,040 do. oats, and 82,045 do. barley. State and
Western flour continued in good demand, and prices
again advanced 15c. per bbl. Tho sales comprised 10,
500 bbls., including about 3000 bbls. extra state at cur
revised quotations below. Southern flour was fairly ac
tive, and prices ruled firmer. Tho sales wcro about 050
bbls. Canada flour was 10c.@15c. higher under a steady
demand. The sales embraced 400 bbls. A'.ve flour was
rather quiet, but x'rices were ?veil maintained. Corn
meal was steady, with sales of 160 bbls. caloric?part, if
not aU, at $ 5.10. We quote :
Superflue State and Western Flour.$7 95 (3t 8 40
Extra State..-.8 55 & 8 70
Choice State. 8 75 @ 8 90
Common to medium extra Western. 8 GO @ 9 00
Extra round hoop Ohio.0 10 to) 9 30
Western trade brands.;. 9 40 ?) 12 76
Common Southern. 9 70 m 18 75
Fancy and extra do.10 80 10 00
Common Canadian. S 75 (ai 9 15
Good to choice and extra. 9 26 (a) 12 76
Cottom.?Receipts 2974 boles. The market was very
much excited, and so irregular that accurate quotations
cou scarcely be given. The demand was very active, but
tbo sales were not extra large, owing to the advanced
views of holders. The market closed with considerable
animation at the advance shown in our annexed quota
tions. The sales comprise 8800 bales: also, by auction,
769 bales New Orleans, 2G0 do. Georgia, 205 do. Sea Is
land, and 152 bags pickings and loose cotton. At the
auction soles the bidding was spirited, and full prices
were realized for aU descriptions; but the classification
was bo irregular that tho prices obtained were no crite
rion for tbo market. Some sea island sold as high as
$1.0 3* lb. We quote:
Upland. Florida. Mobile. N. O. <i T.
Ordinary.44 44 46 45
Middling.GO 61 61 62
Good Middling_63 64 04 ?5
Coffee.?The market was firm under a fairly active
inquiry. We noto sales of a cargo, ox-Contest, constating
of 0000 bags, on private terms. We quote: Rio, prime,
22c; do., good, 21@'2l}?c.; do., fair, 19ji@20c; do., or
dinary. 18@18'?c. ; do., fair to good cargoes, 18M02OMC.J
Java, mats and bags, 80?32c. ; Maracaibo, 22@24c. ; La
guoyra, 22@23??c; St. Domingo, lS(?)19e., gold, net cash,
Naval Sron.Es?Spirits Turpentine wos rather firmer.
Tho sales wero at $email@example.com>? for large and small
lots. Crude was steady, with sales of 400 bbls. for manu
facturing purposes at $5.25(a)6.50. Rosins wcro not so
active, but fully as firm, with sales of GOO bbls. common
at $7.50(cj>7.G2J?, 480 do. strained at $8.n0@lt; 340 do., No.
2, at $llgil3;400fdo., No. 1, at $14?18, and 190 do.
prime pale at f.21@23. Tar was firm at $7<g>9.60 and
pitch at $firstname.lastname@example.org, ns to quality.
Salt.?The market was firm, under a good inquiry
from tbe retail trade, at-$4.76 for Ashtou, $3.75 for Mar
shall's, $2.C5 for Liverpool ground, and GOo. for Turk's
Islaud. We learn of no further cargo sales.
Freight? wcro extremely dull, ami lower rates were
accepted. The engagements were?To Liverpool, 7000
bushels corn, in bags, at S.'^'d. for 00 lbs. ; ?00 ball s cot.
ton, Jid.@7-10d.; *fi steamer, 900 bales cotton, %d. To
London, 600 bbbls. petroleum, fie. ; %*. steamer, 500 boxes
cheese, 40s. The eliarters were??a bark to, Gil veston,
private, back to New York, eottou, at 1,'ic, or to Liver
pool nt Id.; a brig to Cork, for orders, petroleum, fis. ; a
bnrk to New. Orleans, private?New Fork Herttld, 141*1.
Cotton.?Tho market is firmer. Balea 3?U0 bales nt
Gl(SiG2e. for Middling.
On 'Change lo-day Flour was without decided change.
Wheat was steady for Spring and heavy for Winter. Corn
favored buyers. Oats were dull and easier. Pork was
o shado firmer. Beef was firm. Lard was dull, and
Whisky was more active.?Com. Advertiser, Ulh?4 I'. M.
Arrival? at Merchants Hotel.
Jacob Johns and lady, Starke; J S Lucas, J N Garner,
JFGarner, Darlington; Mrs E Chandler, Suinter; Mrs
S A Durant, Lvnchburg; E B Stoddard, J B Stoddard,
Charleston; John Lyden, James Haggar, SmnrnorviUo;
O E Heine, G S'Kepyou, Bowling Green; John PMorris,
Hamilton, C W; A Asher, Miss Starr, Masler Starr, Au
gusta, Ga; RAlvary, Hilton Head; DB Day, Charleston;
8 P Curtis, New York; Mrs Warley, Charleston; C M In
n?es, Barn we) I ; WHart, Louisiana; A R Messhune, New
York; Miss Fannlo Hilman, W C Griffith, C R Council,
Collcton ; D J Thomas, M Whaley, BarnwoU.
Per steamship Alharnbra, from New York?C MInncBB,
V Wolff, J W Hopkins, D O Clarke, Wm Clarke, W H Ho
vcy, Mrs E 8 Courtenay, Mrs McGee, Mrs Hartshorn,
Capt Egan, Copt F N Harris, Capt Jas Carlin, D HSilcox,
O E Hi?e, G L Kennyon, Chas Meitzler, Mayham Ward,
wife and two children, Mrs C Warley, Miss Hanks, M B
Trevetfc, RenfLake, R F MaUory, A M Taylor, J A Young,
J RcidBovJaton.AGCranc, SRCarr, EL Barre and lady,
J A-SoytlsM/'Mrs Karle, F Smith, D F Day, Capt Van
FolljcenburJ." A Cllne, A Askew, H Tabor, Mies Stein, Mr
lye, Agent Stone, Rosten k Murray's Circus,
Server, S T Prentiea, J H 8awyer, Mr Sawyer
'ildren, Ellas Ball, Mr Wunderlich, MrLuck
J Sly and wife, Wm Davis and wife, J L
ni :n in the Btceraga.
JP t?jEtT?"!*fl(?'.;i?J-fe?-A R. L K S T O N
Arrived Yesterday. [Oct. 17
Steamship Alharnbra, Benson, Now York?left Satur
day P M. Mdec: To Ravenel A Co, J Hersbfleld, Hoff
mann, Bobbins k LaWBon, C Ring, W Carrlngton k Co,
G W Walter k Son, F Christmon, M Melchor, H C Stoll,
Hahn & Schroder, Hart k Co, Mrs D Morton, T Savage
Ucjward A on?, CDFranks, J.ABolby, RE Evans, Ro
bots k Luo , GonrlV Office. >Hopqon A Sutphcn, M?ller
k 8enn, W A Skrine, V F-Manl<iit?, 8 H\ird, Mrs Eliza
Toomer, J Strauss k Bros, J G Bailey A Bro, M Win?tock,
P H McCarty, F Backus, Agent. C J JIuh.-uII, W T Burgo
k Co;.G W Williams A Co, G HBrown, Oartwill k Rugor,
Hermann k Stonchill, WM Bird ACo,,BoUinann BroH, H
M James k Bro, Cameron A Barkley, WG WhHilen&.Co,
T D Lambert, Macoy, Hervoy k Vidal, T R Rhodes,H H
DeLeon, Cahill k Co, Branch k Sandloy, Rev J J Roberts,
Lovy A Ashor, W LPJatt, M D O'Brien, J J Mllnor, A
Illing, O F Waters, Dougbtss k .Miller, Adims .V Danton,
J Flaum, G Little k Co, F Krcsscll, C DTMuckonfuse, H
A Luckc, P Epstein, Williams k Covert, H Souberoux, J
FHiUACo, Chester McrcantiloCo, C Litechgi, CJIMiot,
J J Wilson, J M Martin, Fisher k Lawrence, J DXylo, A
Palmer, EK Smith, Dawson B Blackmail, B Mendtcnefm,
L Wclskopp. Laurcy A Alesander, B F Mo?se, J Christo
pher, J Mo?, W Creaser, V Wolff, Charle? A Co, Johnsons
Ac Whiting, PBGloes, Whltteniorois Co, Charleston Bally
News, W H Chufee, J Van Winkle, W Steck?, J A F Daw
son, W LaldlCr, A Lange, Varice. Strums ?Co, T,*8 Nick
ersou, P Shuckmann; Grever k Scbaweke, -Chas L' Gull
le.an me, 8 G Courtehsy, H F Strohecker, J M Richmond,
J R Bigelow, J B McElhOsc, B Foley, G W Ali?ar, T
Street, JJ Gregg, FC Jacob?, Gtbbcs k Co, JK Heath,
. Br Sehr Lion, Knowles, Nassau (X P), via Charleston,
quarantine, 30 days.-' Fruit, Ac. To'.Glbbes k Co.
Steamer Orient, Goldthwalt, Boston, via Norfolk (Vs)
and Morchcad City (N C). ToLTPotteiv j /
Steamer Ella, Rowland, Now York, via Beaufort, (N C),
bound to Savannah. To LT Potter.
Steamer Clarion, Morse, Norfolk (Ya), via Morchqad
City(NC). TO LT Potter.,- fTJf
Cleared Yesterday. [Oct. 17
Brig Sclma, Gibbs, Wilmington (N 0)?JCrout k Ains
Went to Sea Ycsterdevy. [Oct. 17
Brig Gco Harris, French, Haiti more,
SU-amor W W Colt, Little, Hilton Head.
Steamer Achilles, -, Hilton H cud.
Steamer Cononicus, TUton, Hilton Head. , .
Sehr H P Russell, Niekerson, Bal?more, October 11.
Sehr Naiad Queen, Chase, New York, October 13,
8teamer?dwar<* Everett, Davidson, New York, Oct. 14.
The steamship godgwick, from New York, for Savan
nah, passed this Bar yesterday.
J. A. ENSLOW,
(Late of tin- Firm of ilorrfccol iSi Co.,)
"WOULD RESFECUFULLY INFORM HIS FRIENDS
and the public that he will, on Uio '25th ?obI., resumo tho
AUCTION, SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSI
MESS, and will givo prompt attention to forwarding nil
Goods Eint to h lu care, and multo liberal advances on
Connlgn?lcnts. 3 October IG
G, H. k J. G. MOFFETT,
And Forwarding Commission Merchants,
CIIAKLESTON, S. C.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON
Cotton, Naval Stores, and Produce or all
0. II. MOFFETT.J. G. MOFFETT.
October 17 Imo*
JOHN S. RIGGS, & CO.
REAL ESTATE, STOCK BROKERS,
General Commission Agents,
5o. 4 STATE-STREET,
SECOND DOOR'NORTH BANK OF CHARLESTON.
WILL ATTEND TO THE FURCHA8E AND SALE
of REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, B0ND8? and aU
negotiable paper, Btrictly on Commission ; also, all arti
cles of MERCHANDISE which may be entrusted to our
JOHN 9. RIQOS.:.J. RAVENEL MACBETH
October 3 _W
Washington-st., near Main,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING FORMED A CO
PARTNERSHIP for tho purpose of conducting a
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING BU8INES8, solicit
consignments of Ooods to all available points.
05"-Ord?>rs both for tho purchasing of, and forwarding,
Cotton, will be promptly attended to.
HODARD D. HANAHAN.
October 10 mwfl2 FELIX "WARLEY._
T. A. JETTOnnS.J1ENBY ?IBCK.
T. A. JEFFORDS & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
Cor. Maiu-strecl and the Railroad,
ORANGEBTJRG, 8. C.
T. A. JEFFORDS, for many years connected -with the
house of .lEFFonns k Co., would solicit from his friends
in the City and Country, part of tho Forwarding busi
ness. He promises to give all business entrusted to his
care bis personal attention ; and, having a largo Store
house within three yards of the depot, can always (when
wagons are not present) sUiro the goods at small expenso
to the owners. wfm 20 September G
NATHAN &~?TT?LE_?aUI, '
Brokers and Commission Merchants,
S. W. cor. Meeting and Wentworth-streets,
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
M. H. N^TH-N.I4B-JEL OTTOLENOUL
WILL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO ALL
consignment? entrusted to them, and respectful
ly solicit a share of patronage.
Will h't')i const?ntly on hand all stylss ol light Vthi
cIcb and Harness,
?gents for Leather Belting and Fire-engine Hose.
Mcsb. G. Vf. Wi?t-AMS & Co. Mc86. Hen?t Coma _ Co.
Moss. Ma?sha-l, Beach k Co. Mess. Willis _ Cniso__.
R. Q. PINCKNEY,
Factor and Commission Merchant,
Will att?_!d to rurchase, Sale and Forwarding
Cotton, Rice, Naval Stores, Lumber, or other
Will _bo pay special attention to the Purchase and
Sale of LANDS, BONDS, STOCKS and the RENTING OF
OFFICE No. 7 VANDEUHOEST "WHARF,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
October 18 -' fmw2m(
14 JOSEPH A. THOURON, 14
AUCTION & COMMISSION
No. 14 Vendue Bange,
UNDER COLLONADE ROW,
Charleston, S. C.
MERCHANDISE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AND
UNDERWRITERS SALES, disposed Of at Public
and Prit.ito Salo.
All business which may be intrusted to his caro shall
receive prompt attention.
DE3- Out-tloor sides promptly attended to. Consign
ments solicited. wim 3mo September 20
M?WRY & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
September 20 ft-v>13
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
A3- OFFICE No.33 -ROAD-STHEET.
October 10 lmo
NO. 30 IIKOAD-KTIIKET.
October U . , _lmo
I_. W. SPBATT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW4
OFFICE OVER _'_A*Y k CA_T--_L, HABE_-ST_EBT,
NEXT DOOR TO POST-OFFICE.
Ho will act ae Agent in procuring FARDON8 and ad
ustlng CLAIMS on Treasury Department.
August 16 _ . |
CHAELES E. KANAPAU_C
ATTORNEY AT LAW
HAS RESUMED ~ BUSINESS AT HI8 OLD STAND,
. Scptcmbcr af r :"?_ . -\_lmo
IIUTS0N3 & LEGARE,
ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS,
WILL ATTEND THE COURTS TN THE DISTRICTS'
1 of Orangebnrg, Barnwell, Beaufort, CoUoton, and
Charleston. OOlco at ORANGEUUBO.
W. M. -"utbom.W. F. 7/imsoN.T. K, Lkoahe,
October 11 \v4*
MAKER AND IMPORTER
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
HAS RECEIVED BY RECENT ARRIVALS SADDLES
FROM THE BEST TO THE PLAINEST
SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS '
COLLARS OP ALL 8IZE8 AND QUALITIES
ENGLISH MOUNTINGS AND STEEL OH1PNEY BITS
And all the other articles usually found In a Saddlery
Persons In want of the above wUl find It odrantageous
to call at his Storo In BEOAD-STREET,
Next his Old Stand *t tho corner of church.
September 1 fmvr?tao
CLIFFORD & MATHEWES,
L. C. CLIFFORD.J. FRASER MATHEWES.
Brokers and Commission Merehipts,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF
HOUSES and LANDS, Ronds, Stockt-, rroducc,
Tho RENTINO of HOUSES.
llocclving and Foi-wnriliuij orders solicited. Office No.
31 ya BROAD-.STREET. lm?*?. October 11
LAUREY & ALEXANDER,
(Successors to R, _ A. P. CaldwcU ? Co.)
Nos. M<> AN? 142 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
H. Z. LAUREY.R. M. ALEXANDER.
October a Imo
GENEKAI. AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFICE AND BALES ROOMS
Nos. 13 and 15 State-street and Nos. 1 and 3
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF PRODUCE OR MER
CHANDISE consigned to us, either for Public or
Private Salo, respectfully solicited. Real Estate, in City
or Country, purohascd and sold strictly on commission.
No. 102 EAST BAY,
< 11 a K i. i ; s r o -v? , 8. c.
BUTTER, CHEESE AND PROVISIONS.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
October 11 lmo
""W?LL??M B. HERIOT & CO,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 7 lmo
P. H. KEGLER,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Banker and Collection Agent,
No. 173 EAST BAY-STREET, *
CHARLESTON, S. C.
W. C. BKB.THEODORE D. JERVEY
WILLIAM C. BEE & CO.,
No. 18 EAST BAY.
~ H. L. J?FP?RS & CO.,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
For the prcucnt, can be found at
1ST o. 8 O East Bay.
(LATE HENRY JIISSHOO?? L CO.)
Gfeneral Commission Merchant,
Ageut of Merchants' Line of Vessels,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Oetoberr 7 lmo
TUPPER k THUESTON,
Timber, Lumber and Wood Merchants,
(TORRE'S STEAM S AAV ?lILL)
CHARLESTON, ? C.
George TupjU'r.Ano. G. Tliurston.
WIE- PURCHASE. OR RECEIVE ON CONSIGN
MENT for solo, TIMBER, LUMBER, WOOD. *
Shingle? and Latha. lmo Octobers
_ jTm. ?ASON,
No. 9 EXCHANGE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
October 10 lmo
"STYLES & CARTER^
Orleans Line of Southern Packets,
NO. 19 VANRBRHORSTS WHAHF.
? C' 51^' \ CHARLESTON, S. C.
I. F. OARTZII, J . , _,
Advancoe mtylo on consignments.
WM, H. B0B8ON & Co., Agents in New York.
Octob?*- 0_' lmo_
W. K. BROWNE, IF. M. SCHIRMER,
Orangeburg, B, 0. ' j No, 9 Exchange-street,
- Charleston, 8.0.
ON THE COMPLETION OF THE SOUTH CAROLI
NA RAILROAD to Hopkins' and Colnmbitt, vro will
continuo business at eauli pluoo rospeutively.
ItKPEnENCE?.?Jobn Fraser k Co. Charleston. S. C. ;
W. P. Hall, Cbarlcston, S, C. ; T. Savage Hey ward _
SotiB, Augusta, Ga. lmo* i i October 9
Forxvardij-iic M erre liant,
C H ArTL EST ON, S. C.
/}-- Liberal Advance? nmilc on Consign
m?h! loiieo ssoi
September il "* ' 'J. ' ' lm
ARCHIBALD GETTY _ CO.,
SHIP & STEAMBOAT AGENTS,
Nob. 12G AND 128 MEETING-STREET
AND Nob. 53 AND 65 BASEL-STREET,
Charleston, g. c.
LIBERAT. ADVANCES MA^E ON CONSIGNMENTS.
W. H, EASTERLY,
Commission & Forwarding
East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
WILL ATTEND TO THE l'URCHASE. SALE AND
Shipment of Cotton, Rico, Naval Stores nml ? ?.lire
Produce. Parties coiiMigniiig Oooda to lny can-1?. l>o
forwarded must place me in funds to pay cxpeiWC*. Ship
and Railroad Freight? mint be paid before Good? aro
Beferencea: c. M. Furnian, G. Vf. William? k Co., E,
B. Stodd-nl it Co.. t'liuiiihcilaiii, Isnnvs k Co.. Jobu
Btou, Crews _ Co., Hantle, Calhouu it Co.
September 20 laio
R. IE. MARSHALL,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
HAS RESUMED BUSINESS AT HIS OLD STAND,
No. 33 Broad-street. Attends to the BUYlNu
AND SELLING OF REAL ESTATE, FURNITURE, _C.
*c. Also to the RENTING of houses. September 0
CHARLESTON, S. C,
FRASER & SHACKELFORD,
GEORGETOWN, S. C,
Commission and. Shipping
AND DEALERS DN COTTON, RICE. AND NAVAL.
STORES. Prompt attention given to the Sale, Pur
chase, or Shipment of Produco and General Merchan
W. Vf. SHACKELFORD, S. S. FRA8ER,
Charleston, S. C. Georgetown, S. C.
October 3 lmo*
. C.N, AV_R?_L~& S??T
Auction and General Commission
No. 20 IIAYNE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
fl_- Refer to O. W. Williams & Co.
C. N. AVERILL.J*. H. AVERICL.
October C lmo*
>Jo. 11 VENDUE RANGE,
General Commission Merchants*
AND DEALERS IN i
CALCINED AND LAND PLASTER,
WHITE PINE, WHITEWOOD on POPLAR,
OAK AND ASH LUMBER, &C, _C
Gco. W? 01ncy....H. B. Olney-C. V. Olney
e?b'stoddard & CO.,
WHOLESALE PEALEnS IN
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS.
AT THEIR OLD STAND,
No. 165 Meeting-Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THErR RE
SUMPTION of business, and invite the attention
of purchasers to their Stock, which is now complete.
D. J. STURGES,
AGENT FOR THE STAR LINE N. Y. PACKETS,
Shipping and Commission Merchant,
ALL GOODS TO BE FORWARDED TO AND FROM
New York or the country, will receivo my personal
attention. Consignment-- solicited, and advances made.
Office, No. IG VENDUE RANGE, Clinrlcsloa, S. 0.
W Agent in New York, BROWN & VAN DERB ILT, No.
116 WaU-Btreet. lmo_September 25_
C. E. CH?CHEST?R,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. 18 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AGENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND KALE OF
REAL ESTATE in auv of the Southern Slate?.
ALSO AGENT FOR THE SALE, RENTING. RE
PAIRING, kc, OF CITY PROPERTY. Align?t 22
ADAMS, FROST ft 00;,
No- 46 EAST __*___. Y.
September 27 . * lino
HOWE, D0??CIN & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and fc?roccrs,
No. 151 EAST BAY. CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. H0VTE, JR.P. M^DOOCnI.E. C. HOWE..
C. & E. HOWE,
No. 71 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
. now-, jn.e. & Howe.
Consignments solicited. Prompt attention given to
sales of Merchandise. Produce purchased on t'ouiuis
sion, and liberal advances made.
Rcfex by permission to Mcssr?. Hesbt Swi?T k Co.*
No. 116 Broadway; Jno. M. Surra's Son A: Co., No. 122:
Broad-st. ; Kemp, Day _ Co., No. 11G WaU-nt.-, Thomas
k Benham, No. 10313road-st.,'N. Y. Cmo* August 24
~ HERIOT MOTHERS,"
General Commission Merchants,.
No. 3-9 KING-STREET, UP STAIRS.
JOHN R. HERIOT, Jn.B. M. HERIOT.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS*
OF COTTON, NAVAL STORES and other produce,
?EFEnENCKS.?W. B. HERIOT _ CO.; Charleston, 8.
0.1 DEMERE8T k WYGANT, New York; HARMON
D. HULL* CO., New York, JOHN SLEIGHT, Pough
krepsie, N. Y. _lm<>_" -October J
JAS. B. C?HUIL,
AND DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions? Wines & Liquors?
No. 171 Broad-stre?t,
September 1 " ' 3mos
WILLIS & OHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
OFFICE, ATLANTIC Will A R P .
CHARLESTON, S. C. "*
E. WILLIS.A.R. CnrSOLM
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Port?) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER, NAVAL STORES; to tbo
Collection of Drafts, Purcbni-o and Sale of all Securities?
Consignnienta of vessels eoJieited. I
General G. T. BEAUREGARD, New OrU-an?*, Ln.
Mener?. JOHN FKASEH & CO., Charleston, H. O.
Messrs. GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO., Clinrle?lon, S. C?
GEO. SCHLEY. En?!.,'Augusto, Ga.
T. 8. METCALF, Esq., Augusta. Ga.
Messra. CLARK, DODGE k CO., New York.
Messrs. MURRAY k NEPHEW, New York.
Messrs. E. Vf. CLARK k CO., Pbaadidplda, Penn.
Messrs. PENDERGA3T, TENWICK k Cp., BaltUuoro,
Messrs. SAM'L HARRIS k SONS, Baltimore, Mil.
43" Tbo Columbia Ph_nix will pubilsh every other
day for ono month, and other South Carolina papers
weekly for the sanio period of time, and tend bills to this
No. 724 Broadway, New York.
Sepcmbcr 10 2mo