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__ CHABLESTON BAILY ? WS....NOVEMBEE 2, 1865.
CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
CATIIt'ART, McMLLLAS & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
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B. L. DARR, Suinter, S. C.
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J. T. HERSHMAN, "Journal ofllce," Camden, S. C.
J. M. BROWN, ?'Southerner ofllce," Darlington, S. C.
M. M. QUINN *t BRO., ?Vnguato, Go.
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ISAAC DA VEGA, Agent In New York.
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO. NO. 708 Broadway, New York,
bas always tho latest dates of the Daily News, ob ho
does of all the other principal Journale of tho country
A letter from Hilton Hcatl, elatcel October 29, to
tho Savannah Herald, mentions that the schooner
Willie Dill, from New York, at Tort Royal, picked
tip, off Chai tes ton, on Frielay lust, a boat belong
ing to tho 8lcamsbip RepnUL, containing twenty
thrcs of the passengers and crew of that vessel.
The following nrc the parties as they are report
ed in tho loiter:
Capt. Hawthorne, wife and two chihlrcn, Thom
as Fleming, James M. Hancy, Hiram F. Flandern,
Judge John E. Sundstrom, of New Orleans, Mr.
Lcnoir, Miss Lenoir, Mrs. CaroUnc Waldrom.
Crew?James Muldoon, 1st engineer, John Gard
ner, 2d engineer, Augustus ?Shylock, 2d steward,
Amos Pool, storekeeper, Abraham Lyons, Willi am
Perry, Patrick Hurley, Nathaniel Enehman, John
Caffery, Patrick Nudha_*, William Portor, Jnmee
They will be sent North from Port Royal, by the
steamship Guiding Star, now at that port.
We were gratificel to learn, yestcrtlay, that the
fourth boat, in charge of the 2cl officer, Mi*. E.
Ryan, with eleven persons on board, had reached
the harbor of Port Royal in safety. They suffered
intensely for want of water, and were out four
days. AU the boats of the Republic have now
reached a harbor in safety, and the raft alone re
mains to be heard from.
Every day brings farther information of the
great elisastcrs at sea, arising from tho effects of
the late severe gale, which extended its ravages
all along the coast. The steamship General Dames,
nt Savannah, from New Orleans, Pcnsacola and
Key West, reports that at the latter place it blew
a hurricane, on tho 22d of October, causing
much damage, and sinking, dismantling, and
driving vessels ashore all around. Saw a large
EngUsh ship ashore and bilged outsido of Fort
Taylor. The Btcamer Herman Licingslon arrived
at Key West on tbo 27th, short of coal, and bad
boon in the hurricane; she picked up the English
bark Margaret, dismasted, from New Orleans
for Europe, with cotton, but was forceel to leave
ber, having parted all her hawsers. The Barnes
left Key West on the 28th; thirty miles east of
Sombrero, saw tho bark Margaret in tow of tbo
steamship Victor, bound west. At 3 P. M., same
day, five miles south of Carrysfoot, saw a Btoamer
ashoro with a signal of distress flying; ran down
na clone as possible, and communicated with her.
Found her to be the Cet*7i??*??ie Whiting, from New
York for Galvcston; sbe went on the sanio elay
while having in tow tbo English brig Fai)?iaven,
dismasted, loaded with cotton, from Galvcston for
Liverpool?waB unable to render any assistance,
both being so far on tbo reef. The Whiting re
ported having picked up two men from the wreck
of a schooner, tbo remainder of the vessel's com
pany having beon washed overboard. Her nnmo
was not remembered. On tbo 29tb, at G A. M.,
paeBCd a bark, with mainmast gone; alBO, a ship
with loss of fore ami mizzen topmasts. Wbon
Carrysfoot Reef was in sight, counted seven ves
sels ashoro and dismantled.
TboN. Y. //<?> ??_ says: "Wo would call the attcn-j
tion of the Board to tbo importance of replacing
at once tho lightship on Frying Pan Shoals; also
tbo light on Tybco Island, mouth of Savannah
Hiver. There are at present five eliffevent lines of
Bteam?ships running to Savannah, and three to
Charleston, carrying Valuable cargoes and many
hundreds of passengers weekly, and yet there baa
not boon a single light re-established between
Cape Lookont and the coast of Florida. Capo
Bo_tain, Charleston light and Hunting Island
light, are all still in tho dark. Tbo increasing
commerce of our coast and tho public safety de
mand some action in this important matter. The
neglect of tho Board may bo tho means of afford
ing the public Journals some interesting items, in
tbo shape of appalling disasters and fearful loss
of filinian life during tho coming winter months."
* * rid once from Columbia will be road
with interest. Our correspondent Bays that from
all that can bo-learned, Col. Orb bas beon elected
Governor of the State by a small majority. His
reports of the proceedings of the Legislature will
bo found quito full, and tho subjects discussed are
of much interest. Wo also publish to-day an in
teresting letter from New York, together with
other matter, which will repay peruBal.
Tbo Washington correBpoiident of tbo Philadel
phia ledger says: "What President Johnson will
do, I boar, is to throw the 'Empire,' Louis' ??ato
LEON and tbo Monroe Doctrine upon CongrcsB,
and leave If' for that boely to say whothor Max.
Bhall bo politely told to quit, or wbethor wo shall
do as all Eiuopo lias elone, recognize him as tho
constituted authority in that country.'*
Tbe^apkson (Mississippi) News goes deep into
tho Fi'ocdmon's Bureau for thoir unauthorized
and arbitrary plan of taking possession of the
finest estntoB in tbo country, and loaaing thorn to,
whites or blacks before any decreo of confiscation,
or oven provisional seizure, has been rendered
against tho legitimate ownors.
Josepu E. WoncEHTEn, author of WorceBtor'B
Dictionary, tbod at Cambridge (Maes.), on the 27th
October, agod 81.
A canal largo enough for ships is projected bc
tweon LakcB Huron and Ontario. It will be about
one hundred miles in length, and will present now
enty miles without lockage. The cost is estimated
at forty million of dollars. It ia thought that tho
work will pour into Lake Ontario a large portion
of tho products of the West, and tend to cheapen
the hiKh freights that are now demanded by the
The election of Governor Perry to Ike j
Semite e>f tho United Suites will, wc uro as- j
sored, be received with cordial approbation. !
There aro many coot?derations which particu
larly commend him to I?at office at the pre
sent timo. Distinguished for character and
ability, of acknowledged honosty in his con
viction*, and firmness and fairness in his poli
tical course, he can scarcely fail to command
respect, and achieve a props f measure of suc
cess, in tho responsible eluties of that office.
"While, at tho present time, when there is the
want of a representative not only of ability,
but of a character and rceord to render him
acceptable to the Government?when it is
reasonably certain that tho admission of our
representatives will be resisted by at least a
faction now dominant in Congress, and vigi
lant to mark the grounds upon which excep
tion may be taken?it is important that these
shall not only bo agreeable to the Govern
ment, but as nearly unexceptionable to Con
gress as, in consistence with distinction and
ability, they can be.
With these requisitions Governor Perry,
in a very eminent degree, complies. That he
is agreeable to the Government is evident
from his appointment to the office he at pre
sent holds; and though in sympathy witli the
people of our Stato in the sufferings and sac
rifices of their recent contest, he was too little
identified with the movement to present in his
record a point of opposition to the dominant
power in Congress, which would not, if af
fording sufficient ground for his exclusion,
afford ground for the exclusion, also, of any po
ssible delegation from the Southern States.
It is proper to acknowledge, also, that, in the
duties of his present office, he has deserved
well of his State. He entered on a realm of
almost boundless patronage and power; and it
is but fair to confess that he made no selfish
use of it. lie has had no friends to reward with
the many offices in this State, which were all
in his hands to be filled; no enemies to punish
by deprivation; but, in deference to tho judg
ment of his fellow-citizens, expressed in their
election, ho continued all in office who had
been previously appointed, and he now de
scends from his distinguished position with the
common acknowledgment that he used its
every power to tho single object of the resto
ration of the Stale to constitutional relations
with her sister States, and the re-establishment
of peace, law, and order, within its limits.
The question of negro testimony has been
considered much of late, and must soon come
prominently before the people of this State in
the Colored Code submitted to the Legislature.
And though we feel naturally averse to a
subject about which there must be contrarioty
of feeling and opinion, and would avoid posi
tion upon this, if that were consistent, still
deeming that it is not?that it approaches, and
that we must act upon it intelligently or not?'
we have no further hesitation in declaring our
conviction that such testimony, under proper
conditions, ought to bo admitted.
This is, perhaps, necessary to the restoration
of civil law. There i*?, at present, exhibited by
authority, having tho power, whether the right
or not, is no matter, the purpose to withhold the
cases involving the rights of colored persons
from those courts whero his testimony cannot
be taken; and it is quite possible that this
position will be adlicrcd to?that he will not
be left subject to adjudication in any court in
which ho cannot be heard in hia own causo:
and that, until such point be conceded, the
military courts of tbo government will bo con
tinued, the full restoration of civil authority
r postponed, and a foreign institution inserted
here, between the slaves and whites, which
must tend to their estrangement', and to start
a current of calamities along tho land that
will sweep all that is best find fairest from its
track of ruin. ' " " - '
But, if not necessary to the complete resto
ration of civil law, it has the. still higher
merit of being right. There has been little
occasion, hitherto, for negro testimony. They
have had few points of contact with an ex
ternal world. They traded little?had few
opportunities of collision with any other au
thority than that in control of the place on
which they lived. From evils, there, they were
proteoted by considerations of interest, and
from evils abroad by the power, and, when
necessary, by the utmost resources of the mas
tor. Under these circumstances, their rights
were seldom in question; and, when question
ed, wero so abundantly guarded by tho inter
vening interests of a master, that it was sel
dom necessary for them to pr?vido tho moans
of their own defence, and unnecessary to be_
provided with the power of appearance in
court in competition with a member of the
But this ib changed. From being- tho best
protected human creature in the world, he is
now the worst. He must now not only enter
into all the contracts necessary to his own sub
sistence and preservation, but into all tho con
tacts and collisions to which these contra?is
lead him. At every step he is met by antago
nistic rights, which will be onforced against
him with the perfect severity of interest. His
color, also, will constitute a distinction to
sharpen contact. That bas hitherto been a prin
ciple of protection; but it will be so no longer.
Without tho relation which that color has
implied, and tho requisites and charities to
which it has entitled him, he will bo, for rea
son of it, only the more exposed to ocoasions
in which his rights must be contested; and,
charged with the responsibility of self-preser
\ation, be must, of necessity, be vested with
the ordinary und obvioui means of met-ting
tho trial mich rospeMisibility impose*.'.
Hy these COnsidtratiC-B, WO ate; iiupt*ll(*el
to the conviction that it is not only expedient,
but right, that the negro should Ir.ivo the pri
vilege of appearance in our courts. It may not
bo necessary that lie should appear in all of
them. It is possible it may bo bettor, and it
seems to be propoted, to have a tribunal Kpc
oially constituted h? '.l?o trial of such cases an
involve the rights e*f negro?*!. But into I
whatever court it is proposed to introduce
such ettu&x-*?, it ice proper thcro should, also, be
the right, to introduce the testimony necessary
to sustain them. It may not bo necessary that
this testimony should bo on oath; their state
ment, without oath, may be as much considered
as If swora to. Bnl to the oath wo see no objec
tion. For the reason that it is sworn to, it
will not bt more conclusivo. The credibility
of the witness will, at host, bo considered,
whether his testimony be on oath or not; and
if the oath shall have the tendency to make
them speak the truth, there in no reason why
that additional security should not be taken.
Nor is it necessary that testimony should bo
taken in any ease in which the right? of color
ed persons are not involved. Tho occasion for
such testimony indicates the limit to its intro
duction. There i*1 occn-siou that tho nogro
should give testimony in any case involving
his right??, and to that extent it ought to be
received; but there is nono that ho should
give such testimony in cases not involving the
rights of colored persons; and as it is an inno
vation, and, therefore, objectionable, and as
there arc no overruling considerations of po
licy or propriety to commend tho introduction
of such testimony into the ordinary adjudica
tion of the country, it is obviously proper into
such adjudication it should not bo introduced.
Personal.?liy the following noto it will bo seen
that Mr. Joi?UI Mitchell, who for the past six
weeks has been laboring In Washington to bring
about the restoration of the sea island lnneln, now
SO happily in process o? ac<*ompIislimcnt, is just
returned from his useful mission, bringing oficial
cortil?cates of pardon for several of our citizens:
Cft_U??TON, November 1,18C5.
To tic Editor of the News:
As matter of interest to many of your readers, 3
would state- through your eolumua that I have
just brought on from Washington pardons for tbo
CHARLES HEYWARD, L>. BLAKE HEYWARD,
HARVEY COGSWELL, JAMES LEGARE,
ROBERT CHIKOLM. HENRY Y. GRAY,
ALEX-ANDER ISAACS, * JACOB COHEN,
JOHN HANCKEL, WILLIAM LUCAS,
JAMES ROSE. DANIEL BLAKE,
DANIEL HEYWARD, 0. T. LOWNDES,
It. Q. 0HI80LM.
They can reccivo tho pardons by calling at tho
office of Hon. War. Wha-et, Broad-streot.
Very respectfully, JULIAN MITCHELL.
DIED, ut the residence of tho subscriber, in Charles
ton District, on the morning of tho 2lut, October, Ser
gevant ALEXANDER BROWN, of the 8?:cond Regiment
Alabama Cavalry, Confederate Army, and formerly of
?S- Should th?8 notice meet tho eye of any of the
friend i of tho deceased, they coir learn the circumutauccR
of his death, kc, by addressing mo, at Charleston, 8.
C, care of Mchiu-b. V. C. GAILLARD k CO.
* JAS. GAILLARD, .lu.
tfg- Virginia and Maryland papers will please copy.
#_- Tlic JVric-ndtf und Acquaintance* of
Mr?. MARY SIGWALD and of her sons, John C. and H.
W. Sievw??i, and Mrs. A. C. Fohbes, and Mr. and Mra.
F. BOIUV) or?? respectfully invited to attend the Fuuera
Services of the former, at the English Lutheran Churcb,
at tho corner of Archdalo and Clifford-streets, at half
past Three o'clock This Afternoon, without further invi
tation. I* November 2
?S* WE ABE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
Hon. WILLIAM AIKEN as a Candidato to reposent tho
Scconel Congressional District, at tho next Beasiou of
Congress. MANY FRIENDS.
October 28 . .
OS- WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
tho Hon. WILLIAM WHALEY as a Candidate to repre
sent the Second Congressional District in Congre??.
October id . *
jffif WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
Dr. B. W. BRADLEY, of Williainsburg, as a candidato to
represent the First Congressional District.
OS- WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
Goneral JOHN D. KENNEDY as a Ceulelidu.te for Con
gress to represent the First Congres?onol D_triot
*S- A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUS
TEES of the HOUSE OF INDUSTRY will hereafter be
held every Frieiay at i o'clock, P. M.
J. H. HONOUR,
November 2 2 Sec'y House of Industry.
J?- N O T I C E .?CONSIGNEES PER BRIG
PENNIMAN, from New York, are notified that she Is
This Dag discharging at Brown's Wharf. All goods re
maining on tho dock at sunset will be stored at expense
and risk of owner. D. J. STURGES, Agent.
November 1 3
OS- SCHOONER FRANCISCO IS DISCHARG
ING cargo. This Day, at Atlantic Wharf. Goods uot call
ed for at sunset will be stored at tho risk and expense
of owners. WILLIS _ CHIBOLM,
November 2 3 Agents.
JOS" ?CONSIGNEES' NOTICE.-S C H O O N E It
FRANCISCO, from Baltimore, is This Day discharging
her cargo at Exchange Wharf. AU goc?is uncalled for
at sunset will be stored at risk and expense of the own
er!. WILLIS & CHISOLM.
November 2 1
? ? ?
OS- MISS CARRTE C. LESTER IS IN THE
city, stopping at tho Merchants Hotel, acting in the capa
city*?Agont and otherwise connected with tho NEW
YORK DAILY NEWS. Solicita subscxibcre. Can be
scon from 10 A. M. until 10 P. M. October 21
OS- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT, AT
the next Sossion of the Legislature, application wiU be
made for a renewal and extension of the* Charter of the
MOUNT PLEASANT FERRY COMPANY.
October 30 mth
OS- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
interested, that LICENSES for Carts, Drays, Hacks, Car
riages and Omnibuses will bo granted, under City Ordi
nances, ou application to the subscriber, at tho Hall of
tho^Hopo Ftro Engine Company, west end of Markot
ThotKs Licenses will take date from tho 1st of October,
and be in force until the 1st of January, 18G6. The price
will be one-fourth of the rates for tho year as established
by the Or? ?moo rat?led D*c_nber 20,1865. *
By order of Mayor Macbeth. ' ?? ?
October 16 A. C?MPBEL-, City Treasurer. **
WANTED.?AN ENGLISHMAN, AGIID '.s:t,
wishes EMPLOYMENT of ?--.?mo kind. A cotton
or other plantation preferred, (.'mi make himself gone
raUj useful; has bo objection to work of any kind. Any
?un?il planUrwanting n willing, h?plug hand, will Bau
huu ? >. t'mi i;iv<- coud rafe-renco. Hoi?y not so much
an objoclaiia bu?to. A?l<ii-.-> h t. k., oBkooI this news*
paper, Han becu live JN ard III th?; Wri<t Indie!;.
November 2 3?*
SITUATION AVANTRU AM VbERK, UV
a. >*ouii|; man who hau hutl four yearn' experience
in Hie Dry ??cods bui'lllcHH. I am well Known in purl*
of the country, and can Ira on advautage to a llrm in
any branoh ?'?l business. Tho brsl references can bo
glv#-n. Address 0. 11., POBtOfflCC.
Nov-tuunr 2 thmwa*
S~ ?i'u Xti?mv xVXn't'eu't?y ~two~respe<I>
TAIJLE WHITE UIRI.S?m?o to ?:ool? sikI \vanli, and
?ho other todo honsowork and s ,,-v. Apply at No.
John-iiti <".*., for two duyH. 1* Novcinb'-i* 2
WORK - HOUSE WANTE?.-WANTH?
to buy a good, gentle Worlt-!iori?e. Apply at
3. C. II. CL.-V.'Ssr.N'-',
November 2 1* M.'.iki'.'i'.rect.
WANTED .?A "WHITE WOMAN WHO
can cook and wuhIi for a ?null l.nuily residing in
.Summirville. Good references, as to ,*hara-U-r and in
dustry, required, laoulroat
S. C. R. R. OFFICE.
Novombcr 2 1* Cornor of Mooting and Sprlng-sts.
Wanted; ?good cook and nous e
SERVANT. Also, a BOY to wait ubout th?:
bouse. None need apply unies? well rt-coinmended.
Apply at No. 151 Calhoun-strcct, one door west of Rut
ledge Avenue. _1* _ Novcniber2
WANTED.?A *\VIII-_fWOi?f?N" TOCOUK
aud assist in tho WASHING tifa largo family. A
married woman without children preferred. Apply at
MONTAGUE-STHEET, last hou?e, No. "JO.
October 31 tuth2*
WANTED.?A COOK. AND A~ WAITING
MAN. Apply to HontheoBt comer of THOMAS
and WARREN-STREETS, from Ono to Pour o'clock.
November 1 _ _ 3*
\I7ANTED~TO* KENT. ? A" IIOUSET'CON^
W TAWING not leas than tax rooms. Western part
of tho city preferred. Address It. M. through rostoQlce,
Btating termH, kc. 3* October ?11
Ell. Apply between the bourn of B and 12 A. M.
to WM. BROOKE AN K8,
October 28 Mill? Houho Storo Room.
WANT?b^HAS?S TO WORK ON THE
STREET. Inquire at t'ity Hah", between 9 and
10 o'clock. II. S. R. CURIETZBERO,
October 28 City Inspector.
A N V^O^^cLWliKT^xTlO^T^Vir.
STANDS tho Wholosnlo Liquor Business, and
can command trade. Addrera Box if, stating reference,
Ac. 6 October 28_
WANTED.?A" Wil'ltE VilAMHKR ftlAID,
Scotch or German. Nono need apply unless with
good referonceH. Apply at Mm. 11. HIHu-i-'h BoartUug
House, No. 2W RING-STREET.
October 27 0*
A GENTLEMAN" OF SOME EXPEDIENCE
as a Teacher will give privato lensons in LATIN,
FRENCH, SPANISH and MATHEMATIC8. For termH,
ike., apply at tho Book-store of Mr. John Russell, No.
28.*? King-street. October 17
friO "RENT, THE HOUSE No. 11 RUT
J_ LEDGE-STREET?Gas, Water and Furnace. Ap
ply on the premises. 3 November 2
FOR RENT.?THE BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE, No. 10 Church, below Water-street, con
taining ten square rooms, and all necessary out-build
ings, wilh cistern. Apply at No. 30 Pitt, opposite Dun
can-Bt. 3* November 2
To RflUfT, umnuu th? m?dole ~?S p S a v.
18fiC, the large and desirable thre.u-Mtory BRICK
DWELLING, situated on the northeast corner of East
Bay and Vcmon-strects : the occomniodatiouH for nor
vants, horses, carriage, etc., aro very largo, with tin.
uBuollv extensive lot and garden, .Apply on th?* prem
ises, to CART ?< KOPFF.
O RENT, THE DWELLING HOUSE ON
East Bay, one door north of Society-street, contain
ing seven Rooms, with Dressing Rooms and all neces
sary out-buildings. Apply next door.
November 1 3*
TO RENT. ? TWO FURNISHED SLEEP
ING ROOM8 for Gentlemen, at No. 220 Mectiug
Btreet, opposite Eagle Engine-house.
October 31 3*
rpO RENT,?THE DWELLING ON THE
1 Northwest corner of Calhctin and Pitt-strocti?. Ap
ply to No. 21 Vandcrhorst-Mtroet, next door to Upper
Market. 3 October 3l_
For "It en T^ora ?1F7___B "finest
STORES on East Bav. For partlcvliars, address
Box 91, P. O. October 20
?KKN-F. THAT* I?A?fC*B AND SPACIOUS
DWELLING, No. ? MeetinR-Htroct, second door
below George-street, west side, imitable for a large fam
ily, with ample accommodations for servants; carriage
bouse and * table. Apply at No. 300 Meeting-street.
October 31 tuths3*
O RENT, A -OMMOD-?Ucf?HD PLEAS
ANTLY SITUATED HOUSE, in tlio wcsteni part
of the city, containing seven square, two j-arret, dressing
and acrvant's rooms-, witli cintero, and extensive accom
modations for servants, horses and carriages. The
prospect is extensive, and tho lorati on meat desirable for
a Summer Residence. Lot scvcnty-11-.u feet front, with
garden and Bhrubbcry. Apply to
BKNJ. O. HERIOT,
October 30 nith2 No. 290 King-street.
ST OR?".VtVD ~D~*W_"?_L-??K^7rO RENT",
the STORE No. 129 Meeting street, tiorner of Mar
ket street?the best situation in the city for busiucsa.
The SECOND AND THIRD STORIES OF THE ABOVE
STORE, TO BE RENTED, in the whole or separate.
That TWO-STORY DOUBLE TENEMENT BRICK
HOUSE, No. 93 Market street There aro two very neat
STORES down stain, and four fine finished ROOMS over
head, with a splendid CISTERN OF WATER. Apply to
Southern Exchange, No. 125 Meeting street.
rp*n> w-s-p-pt-f.?--THftT ffBB'sf-y'fW -TT^'T-W*
_L STORY BRICK DWELLING, No. 33 Bull-Htroet,
next to the corner of Lynch-strect. The lions.? is in
perfect order, and has all the modern improvements,
with every accommodation for a large family. The out
buildings are unusuaRy commodious; the gas Oxiuros
complete. . -
A three-story WOODEN DWELLING in Middle-street,
cast side, between Calhoun and Laureim-st reel, with ull
requisite outbuildings. Apply through the Postotlice,
or pcrnonally, to JOHN CHEE8BOROUGH.
November 2 2*
PRIVATE HOARDING. ?A PEW GEN
TLEMEN can be accommodated at No. 13 Coming
street, near Wentworth. Day Boarders taken.
October 31 tutht-?1
PRIVATE B?ARDI?O.-A FEW"G K ?
TLEMEN ran bo accommodated at the CORNER
OF KING AND TRADD-STREETS; also, a pleasant
ROOM, euitablo for man and wife. DAY BOARDERS
taken. _ October 26
ITRi-v?-MBeAi-?, a Lot oyju ahog?
ANY PARLOR -TIRNrTURE. Vor further par
ttcutors inquire at this ofllce. 3 November 2
?^"~SA_E.?PO _R HUNDRED ?G?RDS OF
Dry PINE WOOD, and a quantity of good HAY and
BLADES, a few miles from the city, and a quarter of a
mile from a good landing on Ashley Hiver. The above,
if timely applied for, will be sold at less than their mar
ket value. Address "Ashley," Charleston Poatolllcc.
November 2 1*
HOTO GRAPH GALLERY FOR IX13K
ONE OF THE BEST 8TANDS IN THE CITY. Ap
ply at the NEW YORK DINING ROOMS, between 5 and 8
o'clock P. M. _ October 31
STOLEN, O?THE-Otl? OF THIS MONTH,
a Lcpiiie Watoh und Chain. Has tho No. of 67f>2.
All watchmakors ore cautioned against Ulis. A liberal
reward given for its delivery at ?i?b office.
November 2 1*
OLD NEWSPAPERS, LARGE AND SMALL
Sheet?, Northern and Southern, ut 30 and 50 cents
?jot hundred, at this Oflicc. October 1?
?Qff A D A _T~AGE"NTS~WA~- _?iD""_?)
I4D_?eJ sell a new and wonderful SEWING MACHINE,
tho only cheap one license?!. Address SHAW At CLARK,
Blddeiord, Main. 3mos September 15
d_Q/_?'-UMPrat"agenth wTv?ted for
ifptlXJ six entirely new articles just out. Address O. T,
OAREY, City Building, Biddeford, Maine.
September 15_.. 3inoa
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE REGULAR COURSE OF LECTURES IN THIS
Institution will be resumed on the fust Monday in
F. T. MILES, M. D., Professor of Anatomy.
.1. J. CHISOLM, M. D., Profesaof of Surgery.
E. GEDDING_. M. D., Professor of tho Theory and
Practice of Medicine.
J. MOULTR1E, M. D.. Professor of Physiology.
H. It. FROST, M. D? Professor of Materia Medica.
T. G. PRIOLEAU. M. D., Professor of Obstetrics.
C. U. SHEPARD. M. D.. Professor of Chemistry.
S. LOGAN, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
The public Hospitals of Charleston offer every facility
for clinical instruction, and the material for the pructicol
study of Anatomy is abundant.
Information deelred by those wishing to follow tho
Course of Lectures w?l be given by tho Professors, or
inapplication to H. R. FROST, M. D.,
October 30 mwf4 Dean of the Faculty.
PYTII\ ?KOREAN I,OD(-E. \o. ?1, A. _ . M.
,4 REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS LOI).-!'.
J\ will be he*M .it Masonii: Hull. /*m'.? Ev.uinff, ..-. V
o'clock. Members will take du? notice th'-rcof.
Hy order ?'i the w. M.
WM. C. WATERBUHY, Be 'i-.-l.ir..
November 2 I '
FENIAN BROTH ?HMOOD.
milE REGULAR MONTHLY MKl.TlXe. or VoUJt
A. society will bo held TMi Emting.nt ihn Palmetto
lingine House, at half-past 7 o'clock. A full alluiiila' ?
in r? *<]UC*tc?1.
By order. B. MURRAY, Secretary.
November 3 l "
IMIAUAKA P?ICB KNUI? ? COMI?A? _ , N?. ??
\TTKND THE ANNUAL MEETING. OF *>?'' ?
Campan}-, Th? L'oer.ing, at (3 o'clock, nl lh< I'.
By onl? 01 the Prcsidout.
IAH. M. UOLLOWAY, S'- ivl.iiv.
THE UNDEKHIGNEO HAVE FORMED A COPART
NERSHIP in the practice of LAW AND BQU1T?
in thin City, under tin- name of URBWKTEH ? BP11ATT.
oitice No. so Haael-street, next door to poBto?Tce. up
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
themselves in CopartnerHhip, under the? name ??1
SIMONS k FORD, for tlic transaction o?an INSUR
ANCE BROKERAGE AND OHNEBAL COMMISSION
| BUSINESS. They will nell or purchase Rico :in<l ?II
kinds of Produce; Stock?, Bondi and other Securities;
Heal Estate and Personal Prerperty of every description,
and give particular attentlein to the Leasing of Uonwa
and Lauds. Ollicc for the present, No. 9el Baset-Btreet.
T. ORANGE SIMONS.
Neivoraber 2_ thstnH J. PRAYTON FORD.
"Vl^ITH THE VIEW TO ENLARGE MY BUSINESS,
V? so M to meet the (treat demand of both city an?i
country trade, I have this ?lay associated with nn in
blialllCM Mr. CHARLES WEBB and Mr. [HARRY e!.
WALKER. The linn will be known hereafter in? STOLE,
WEBB ?V CO. Itiitnriiiuti my sincere tlmnk-s lo the pub.
lie for the liberal] patronage bestowed upon me, 1 re??
pectfielly solicit a continuance of the samo for t.li<- n<-.v
llnu. U.C. 8TOLI.
Novenibc<r I, I?l'5.
OUR OBJECT IS TO LARGELY INCREASE <U it
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STOCK of all ?I;*??-.??
of desirable Goods, such as will ofi'ei* great Inducement*
to our country and city buyers ami the Merchants' trade
generally; also, to give our Planter?' trade tliondv.uitr.yo
of Wholesale Prices on all Goods bought by Ihe? piece.
We will also offer our city trade the same liberal cleeluc
tlon on all Goods bought'by the plece
Wlth strict attention to our business, and Kouerty
and IndiiHtry as our n:otto, wo ?lo earue-Htly soli-it. and
hope to merit, n liberal portion of the trade given t<j tlo
old house of W. G. Bancjioft A: Co.
Respectfully, STOLL, WEBB k CO..
(At the Old Stand of W. G. Banorolt A- >. ;.)Xl
H. C. STtlLL, Charleston.
CHARLES WEH1?. rhorle-oton,
HARRY C. WALKER, Charleston.
November 3 I lintel '.-.? . .i
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ENTERED INTO .1 ' <)
PARTNERSHIP at Georgetown. S. C., und? r tho
name of WILSON k FRASER, as BROKERS, AUCTION
EERS ?VND COLLECTION AGENTS.
They will attend to the Purchase and Sale of Reo] L?
tate, Produce and Merchandise, to the prosooutioii and
collection of Claims againnt individual?? ami the dove ro
ment, anel genorally to all matters appertaining to a L'.-o
kerage, Collection and Commission Rusincsfe.
BLN.I. H. WILSON,
Attorney at Law.
R. E. FRA.SEH,
e.'ashicr Bank of Georgetown.
Hon. C. ST. FOHMAli, President Bank Male, ??. C.,.
Charleston, S. C.
Col. D. L. McKay, PrcsieUat People's Ban!:, Oiarl re
ton, S. C.
John CHEKsnoriOtiesH, Ehfj., Charleston, S. t!.
Hon. Vf. D. Porte?, Lt. Gov., Charleston, S. C.
Hou. H. D. Lebeshe, Charleston, S. 0.
James B. Campbell, Esq., Charleston, & C.
Col. E. W. Chaulef-, Darlington, S. C.
Maj. B. D. Town-send, Bennottsvillc, S. C.
November 2 lhs:v.*l
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THIS DAY' ASSOCIATE:\>
with them in business Capt. FENN PECK. H? re
after tho name and style of the Firm will be CAMKRe 'N,.
BERKLEY it CO. CAMERON & BARKKEY.
Charleston, November 1,18G5.
HOPE THAT WITH STRICT ATTENTION TO BV.Kl
NESS to merit n pfiaro of that patronage li-.:e*.o
forc so liberaUy bestowed on the old concern.
R. C. BARKLEY.
November 1 FENN PECK.
THE FIRM HERETOFORE EXISTING UNDER THE.
name of H. THIERMANN k CO., was dis-..-lv.?l
under date of the 1st of August, 1805.
Either of the partners will an in liquidation.
CHA*?. EDWD. WUNDERLICH.
November 1 'J*
MORRIS SELIGMAN, THE SURVIVING PARTNER.
of GEORGE A. HOPLEY k CO,, bavin;; naso :..t? <l
with him CH. E. WUNDERLICH, will contar.:-. Oio
business as heretofore, and under the same firm o?
GEORGE A. HOPLEY k CO..
No. 1 North Atlanta?: Whan.
(Orneo foriv.trly occupied by T. S. _ T. G. Bttdd.)
November 1_? "
THE COPARTNEHSHH" HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the teme of WHITE k RAMSAY. Civil En
gineers and Survcvors, isdissolveel hy mutual cet1- * :.
EDWIN J. WHIT .
Charlestou, Oct. Cl, 16-. WM. M. I?.Y3UA".
October 31 3*
" ~V?P?RTN ERS H IP NOTICE.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE FORMED A COPART
NERSHIP, in this cii>, for the purpose of carryin-?
on tho HOUSE-PAINTING ?VND PAPER-HANGING Busi
ness, at No. 79Bron?l-etr?3Ct, between Meeting anel King
streets. ALEX. McCONKEY.
October 31 6*
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
COPARTNERSHIP under the style or firm of HOP
KINS, MoPHERSON k CO., for the transaction ?,i a
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS.
E. A. HOPKINS, New York.
8. W. HOPKINS. New York.
D. MoPHERSON, Charleston, S. C.
No. 165 Meet?lg-strect, Charleston, 8. C, Oct. 1. ISO?.
Represented by E. A. k 8. W. HOPKINS, No. 70 Be>a
ver-Btreet, New York. lmo October 31
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE FORMED A CO
PARTNERSHIP for the transaction of a GENE
RAL COMMISSION BU8INES8 in tho City of New
York, under the Arm of J. H. BROWER k CO., and ._ o
prepared to afford fair faclli tie? on con sign incuts.
JOHN H. BROWER.
WILLIAM H. 8ELLERS.
BENJAMIN B. BLYDENBURGH.
New York, October 2, 1865. 3mos October 9
ST. ROBINSON, OF THE LATE FIRM OF CALD
a WELL _ ROBINSON, and his Son, JOHN ROB
INSON, have formed a Copartnership, under the ityio
of 8. T. ROBINSON k SON, for U?e purnose of conduct
ing tho FACTORAGE AND A GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS. Offico at the Northeast corner of EAST'
BAY AND ACCOMMODATION WHARF (UP STAin?).
October 26 - thutuG-*
MISS^MUKDKN'S SCHOOL FOR
West end of Cnlhotin-strcet.
THE EXERCISES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL COM
mence (D. V.) on MONDAY, Cth inst.
November 2 th??v.e!
REV. D. X. LAPAR _ SEMINARY.
THIS SEMINARY WILL RESUME ITS DUTIES OH
MONDAY, flth November, at tho northwest corner
or Calhouu and Rutledge-streets. Course of inatructlon :
all tho branches of an English and Classical education.
November 2_tliBuiS" D. X. LAPAR.
CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNeH LADIES.
rpHE REV. DR. LORD PROPOSES TO OPEN A CLA8
X SICAL SCHOOL, for a Visited number of youii'f
ladle?, in tho Lecturo Room of St. Paul's Church, li,ie>
cllffcboro', on tho first Monday of November next.?
French and German without additional charge.
Dr. LORD begs leave to refer to tlm Rt.rRov. T. T\
Davis, the Rev. Dr. C. Hauckeil, tho Uon. Wm. Aik? o,
Dr. Ellas Horlbeok, Dr. W. T. Wragg, Gen. Jas. Simone;,
and C. R. Bre-wntcr, E*?q. October 2P
ON THE 15TH OF NOVEMBER MRS. HOrsON
PIN?.-NEY will open a SELECT SCHOOL for
Yonng Ladlcu, at her residence, centre hotiso AlkenVi
Row, whero instruction will bo given in all the branch?e?
of a thorough English Education aud In the Modern
Languages. For torins aud other particulars, apply an
abovcj_lmo_ October 19
IS PREPARED TO FURNISH DESIGNS, SPECIFI
CATIONS AND DETAIL DRAWING8 for Building?
of every description, and in every stylo of architecture
that may be desired. Orders from any part of tho Uni.
tod States will receive prompt attention, with moderato
charges. WALTER 8. WEST. Architect,
Cornor 1th and Broad-Btreets, Richmond, Vo.
September 6 JtaiOfj