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FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1866.
The following aro tho Apcmts forjhis paper:
W AVB?WONGWAY, General Traveling and Collecting
A?Ete? COLIN MERCHISON, General Traveling and Col
leTOWN8ENI) & NORTH, Booksellers and Stationer*,
^0?D?GOOT?MAN, Cross Hill, Laurens District, S. C.
J.'V.'NETHERS, Union, S. C.
C?ptala W. E. EARLE. Greenville, S. C.
Col J. 3. BYAN, Barnwell, S. C.
C ?3 HARRY ' tody Ford P. O., Madison Co., Ila.
PATRICK & HXJVEY, Macon, Ga.
j Y H." "WILLIAMS, Clinton, S, C.
J Ti. ALLEN. Chester C. H., S. C.
W S LANCE. Grahamville P. C, Beaufort, S. C.
B V BRADFORD, Walterboro', S. C..
H. L. DARR, Sumter, S. C.
THAD. C. ANDREWS, Orangoburg, 3. C.
J M. BROWN, " Southerner office," Darlington, S. C.
M. M. QUINN & BRO-, Augusta.
j H ESTELL, Savannah, Ga.
ISAAC DAVEGA, Agent in New York.
J L. 8HECUT, Agent at Atlanta, Ga.
WM. HENDERSON, Agent at Bennettsvflle, S. C.
THE CONFEDERATE! DEAD.
Yea! peace to the dead, Life's warfare is past,
And the enemy, Death, has been conquered at last;
Though thc palm of the victor on earth was ungiven,
The hand of the Saviour bestowed it in Heaven. -
Then mourn not for them, but rejoice in their gain,
Our army of martyrs now traverse the plain
Of Emanuel's Land, while o ich noble brow
IB encircled with garlands of victory now.
The banner round which they rallied and swore.
Forever should wave our Southern land o'er,
Well furl round their dust, for they would be proud,
It's guardian folds should make them a shroud.
'Tis tattered, and torn, and crimsoned with gore,
lake leaves of the autumn it's fragments strew o'er
The hillocks 'neath which our bravo soldiers rest,
Tn their "jackets of grey"-while over each breast
Are folded dear hands, as if in mute prayer
For their country, whose heather was pressed hy their
How calmly they sleep ! their swords sBeathod in rust,
Are exchanged for the harps of the angels, we trust.
No column of marble rears o'er them now,
But maidens like lilies around their graves how,
Their tears like the dew drops upon their graves lie,
And echo soft answers the pale maidens' sigh.
We ne'er cain forget them, while memory reigns,
The South's fallen heroes she'll bind in her chains;
As Elijah, who flung from his fiery car
A mantle which fell on the earth from afar,
So our brave men, as they sunk them to rest,
Flung over their country's fair bleeding breast,
A mantle of glory which never can fade,
'Neath oblivion's waters shall never he laid.
CHARLESTON, S. C., Dec. 4,1866. GIULIA.
LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
[FROM orra SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. ]
COLUMBIA, December 5.-A meeting of the sur?
vivors of Kershaw's Brigade waa held to-night, in
the Chapel attached to the hotel. Quite a number
of veterans were present, and the meeting of these
old comrades in arms was characterized by a
warmth that proved the strength of the ties that
connected them. Gen. J. B. KERSHAW was in the
chair, and presided with the same dignity that be
always displays, and which tended to make bim so
popular both in the tented field and in his Senato?
rial capacity. Kershaw's Brigade is too well
known to need comment; its actioas have covered
it with glory, and from the mountains to the sea?
board its members will hasten to respond to the
call, and form an association that will keep alive
the memories that, cluster around it.
The ladies of Columbia have opened a Fair for
charitable purposes, and a cursory visit yesterday
evening proved that, like their sex elsewhere, what
they have done is well dono. The decorations of
the ball were very tasty, and the tables displayed
an attractive collection of articles that rendered
the appeal to the pocket irresistible. Like most of
those msutiuuxms; ic iftaeo unryyHiiiiMi, sum TO en?
ter, but once inside there is no telling what it may
cost to leave.
The House met at ll A. M., and was opened with
prayer by the Rev. Dr. SH AND. The reading of the
journal was dispensed with, as it had not been de?
livered by the printer.
Several petitions and memorials were presented,
which occupiedthe time until 12, when the Senate
adjourned to the House, and the election of United
States Senator was resumed. Governor MANNING'S
name was withdrawn, and General KERSHAW and
Mr. J. B. CAMPBELL re-nominated. The first ballot
gave J. B. CAMPBELL 95 votes; General KERSHAW
30; Judge INGLIS 1; Governor MANNING 1. As 78 were
required to make a majority, Mr. J. B. CAMPBELL
was declared duly elected United States Senator
for the Senatorial term of six years, commencing
on the 4th March, 1867. General KERSHAW was
really not a candidate, but was run by bis friends
against bis wishes.
Elections were then held for District Judges for
Orangeburg and Spartanburg Districts; there
being no opposition, Mr. "W. W. LEGARE was elect?
ed in the firsc, and Mr. JNO. E. BOMAB in ithe last
named District. An election was also held for So?
licitor of the Western Circuit, which resulted in
neither of the three candidates receiving the re?
quisite number of votes, and it will have to be held
again. The returns from both bouses show J. H.
EVANS 52 votes, H. K. EASLEY 35, and J. P. REED
Pursuant to notice the following Bills were in?
By Mr. J. S. RICHARDSON-A Bill to establish a
Mr. LORD-a Bill to provide forthe holding of a
term, of the Court of Appeals in Charleston; also,
a Bill to prevent unnecessary delay in the trial of
Mr. DURYEA-a Bill to provide a more speedy
mode of foreclosing mortgages 'of real estate; and
a Bill to abolish imprisonment for debt on mesne
A Bill to relieve the indebtedness of all debtors
was referred to a special committee.
Mr. SEIGLING-a Bill to incorporate the Surviv?
ors' Association of Charleston District.
Mr. WARLEZ-B?IS to tax all funds derived from
Sheriff's sales; to alter the ..law relating to tenan?
cies; to provide an expeditious mode of ejecting
The Bill to incorporate the Water Company of
Charleston'received its third reading and passed.
By far tho greatest feature of the day was the
presenting, by Mr. MELOHERS, of a Bill to incorpo?
rate the South Carolina Lottery. The features of
this Bill are-admirable, and ias the war and our
changed circumstances have rubbed off some of
the qualmishness with which these enterprises
were viewed, it is confidently expected that it will
pass. It is owned and will be conducted by Mr.
HENEY WOOD, SAMUEL T. DICKINSON and others,
prominent lottery owners, who have charge ol
similar schemes in other States, lt is folly for
the Legislature to view lotteries with the mock
modesty and purient prudishness that has charac?
terized their enactments on this subject hereto?
fore, because it is well known that at least two
churches in. Charleston, one in Columbia, and a
female institute in York, were built by legalized
lotteries. If it is allowable to aid religions and
private institutions, surely the incorporation of a
State enterprise will be productive of no harm-but
great good. . With almost lavish liberality the pro?
jectors have offered, in case the decision is fayora
ble, to present the State with a bonus of $10,000 on
the passage of the Bill, and $200,000 to be paid in
semi-annual instalments during the next twenty
years. One of the provisions of tho Bill is an ex?
clusive grant for twenty years, and in the present
impoverished condition of tho country a corpora?
tion that is willing to pay so liberally for its char- |
ter should he encouraged. The Bill had its first ;
reading and was referred to the Committee on In?
The Committees of Ways and Means, on the
Military, on Incorporations, and on Commerce and
Manufactories, made reports on different Bills
entrusted to them, wi doh were all made the subject
of the general orders to-morrow.
On motion, the House then adjourned.
The Senate met at ll A. M.
Hon. R. J. DAVAHT, Senator from Beaufort Dis- ?
tri ct. appeared in his teat in the Senate.
Much of the business transacted had already
passed through the House, and, aside from the
elections, very little new matter was discussed.
A Bill reported by the Special Committee to
alter the Constitution of the State so as to provide
for the establishment of an additional Judicial and
Election District (Calhoun), was 'passed and sent
to the House for concurrence. Also, a Bill to
divide Picken s District into two Judicial and
Election Districts, received the favorable report of
tho Committee on Judiciary, and was passed.
In the general orders for the day the Committee
reported unfavorably on a Bill td require the pay?
ment of fees allowed by law at tho time the claim
is rendered. This caused considerable discussion
among the Senators, hut finally the action of the
Committee was enforced, and the Bill rot passed.
The Senate adjourned at half-past 3 to meet at
12 M. to-morrow.
The Corn Committee is still in session, but will j
make a report at an early day. CECIL.
DRY COOPS, ETC.
"EuNDING IT NECESSARY (TN ORDER BETTER TO
JO accommodate our friends and customers) to en?
large our Store, preparatory to the change, we will offer
our STOCK OF FINE DRESS GOODS for the next
twenty (20) days at greatly reduced prices.
Included in the above can be found French All-Wool
Merinoes, Poplins and Empress Cloths in many different
qualities; Plaid and Striped Poplins, Lustres, Poplinettes,
&c, together with many lower grades of Dress Goods; all
of which have been marked down ten to twenty per cent.,
and will be sold without reserve, in order to make room
for intended improvements.
J. E. READ & CO.,
No. 263 KING STREET,
December 5 wth2-fmw Opposite Hasel.
J. li, li
RECEIVED PER LAST STEAMER,
OONSrSTTKG OT '.
LADIES' DRESS CAPS, WIDOW'S CAPS
Lace Barbs, Coiffures and Head Dresses
Elegant Lace Sets, in Real Lace, richly trimmed
Lace Waists, Berthes and Capes
Real and Imitation Laces, Blondes, tee.
ALSO, AFCLL ASSOBTMENT OF
BLACK CRAPE COLLARS
White Tarletan Collars, for mourning
Black Crape Frilling, Lace Veils, new shape
Love Veils, Seamless Kid Gloves
Silk and Lisle Thread Gloves, Children's Gloves
Men's Doeskin, Buck and Kid Gloves
Men's Superior English Half Hose, Ladies* Hosiery
A full line of the finest English and German Goods
Handkerchiefs, in Lace Trimmed, Embroidered,
Hemmed and Plain.
A beautiful assortment in all styles, qualities and
J. E. READ & CO.,
No. 263 KING, OPPOSITE HABEL STREET.
November ? wfm
ELEGANT BLACK SILKS,
COLORED DRESS SILKS,
J. IL READ & CO.'S,
December 5 wfm_No. 263 KING STREET.
"TT7E HAVE JUST RECEIVED, DIRECT FROM LIV?
150 dozen FRENCH CORSETS, assorted sizes
100 dozen HAIR, FURNITURE, AND CLOTHES
j A full supply of FANCY GOODS for the City and Coun?
STRAUSS, VANCES & CO.,
November 23 f? No. 130 MEETING STREET.
JUST RECEIVED. PER BRIG CARDIGAN, FROM
Liverpool, a full line of
JFRENCH AN? ENGLISH
BROADCLOTHS & CASSIMERES,
Mermes, Mmliirls,Poplins and ATpacas,
November 23 . ?6 No. 130 MEETING STREET.
BARLOW, THE OLD OPERATOR, HAS THOROUGH
LY renovated and fitted np the Old Star Gallery,
and is prepared to take all kinds of PORTRAITS. He is
thankful for past patronage, and further solicits a anare of
the trade. He has also Photographs of Confederate Gen?
erals, Ordinance of Secession, Views of City, Sumter and
other Fortifications, at wholesale and retail, at S. E. COR?
NER KING AND MARKET STREETS, Charleston, S. C. '
N. B.-Porcelain Portraits and Pictures enlarged on
short notice and in best of style. The old price of Card
Pictures, $2 half dozen, and Zi per dozen, will be con
fcnn?? tat a short time, November!
-.cinovoii s KjsM'jiS coi v<I ".. ::nia ??uoob iii
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
C? F. VOGLER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
JUST REO El V KD
A large supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1867, Etc.
A line and large solection of NOVELS, by the most |
celebrated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home ;
Allthfl MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived for tho same.
Orders from the country are respectfully solicited.
TERMS LIBERAL._ November 8
50th YEAR OF PUBLICATION.
ALMANAC FOR 1867.
ACOMPLETE HANDBOOK FOR THE PLANTER,
Merchant, Mechanic, Navigators, &c. Price per I
hundred $13.00; $2.00 per dozen,
HIRAM HARRIS, Publisher,
No. 69 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
November 16 Imo
UNITED STATBS?XPRESS OTE
I ALL THE EXPRESS OFFICES IN THE UNITED
STATES, WITH NEW ^OSTOFFICE REGISTER,
IS NOW BEING PUBLISHED BY
GEORGE W. HAWES,
At Baltimore, Std.
I This DIRECTORY has already attained the LARGEST
CIRCULATION of any Directory ever published.
Price o? the Book, including names of Firms,
$5 Per Copy.
C. H. BASS, General Agent.
December 1 (
Stationer and Manufacturer
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, and
CARTE I>E VISITE,
BEGS RESPECTFULLY TO SAY THAT HE IS STILL |
located at his old stand,
No. 126 Nassau-st., New York,
Where he continues to supply the Jobbing., and BeWJ
Trad ? ur] rh >- -- - ?J"- xvaj/BI?ilOHSSY
ilSIs, on tbs most Utoeral terms.
Books, Stationery; Note, Letter, Cap, Legal Oap. Bill
and Bath Papers; Photograph Albums. Carts de Visite
for Albums, Blank Bocks, Inks, Mucilage, Envelopes,
Sc., Ac., in great variety and cheap.
A superior line of POCKET DIARIES for 1867.
Catalogue sent on application.
Orders promptly ulled. Address
No. 126 ??A?3A?-STREET, NfcW iOtf i.
October 96 ??.
j OF ANY SIZE, STYLE OR KIND RULED TO ORDER,
AND MADE TO ANY PATTERN.
LETTES, HOTE ?ND CAP PAPEIS.
BAKERS' BREAD BOOKS.
OF ALL QUALITIES AND STYLES.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND AT PRICES TO
! SUIT TEE TIMES, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
LEGAL, CAP AND LAW
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION 07
j EXECUTED AT SHORT NOTICE.
j No. 59 Broad Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 32' 'mvaSa&sr
ZCit ??ov ! .' licuor ?c.?:-;.. v ?I ?f'-l til fyhe.a- ric
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
E. J. DAWSON & CO.,
FTJBL IS HER S
HAVE "REMOVED FROM
NO. 45 HAYNE STREET
No. 155 Meeting street.
mHETR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE IN THE !
MISCELLANIOTJS LINE OF BOOKS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BLANK BOOKS, LET?
TER, NOTE, CAP AND WRAPPING PAPERS, AND
STATIONERY in ila various branches.
They have just republished "CARROL'S CATECHISM
OF UNITED STATES HISTORY," much enlarged and
VOL. 12 OF EQUITY and VOL. 13 OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA LAW REPORTS will be published on the 15th of
E. J. DAWSON & CO.
November 4 su8  wfm2mos
THE JACKET OF GREY.
OTHER FUGITIVE POEMS.
BTV MRS. C. A. BALL.
IN MEMORIAM OF OUR LOVED AND LOST CAUSE,
AND OUR MARTYRED DEAD-"OUTNUMBERED
For sale at RUSSELL'S, HOLMES AND COURTE?
NAY'S BOOK STORES.
49? Subscribers will receive their numbers at as early
a day as possible. November 17
THE SUMTER NEWS,
DARB & OSTEEN, Proprietors.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER. 3. C.
Subscription 34.00 per annum. To Clubs of four
$3.00 per annum.
Advertisements inserted on liberal terms.
No. 35 BROAD STREET
AND EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF
SUTES OF WHICH WILL BE MADE TO ORDER AT
November 27 MERCHANT TAILOR.
V -NEW YORK
APPLICATIONS EOE LOCAL AGENCIES BE
GENERAL AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
No. 56 Broad street,
Next Klinck, Wickenberg & Co.
OE OTBW YORK.
ESTABLISHED A. D. 1850.
Assets January 1,1866.$2,619,190.80 j
Annual Receipts. 1,500,000.00 j
AND INCREASING RAPIDLY.
STo Extra Charge on account of Climate.
DIVIDENDS PAID ANNUALLY,
DIVIDEND JMUMI? 40 PER CENT.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMKE, Agent,
Office No. 3 St. Philip street, in the Normal School.
December 6 6
INEW YORK UFE JRS?RAKCE COMPM.
Established 1845-21 years.
Dividcn^Jto the Insured) January, 1866, SO
per cent, on premium.
rpms IS A MUTUAL COMPANY, TN WHICH THE
J. insured are the only Stockholders, and receive all
the profits, thus being
INSURED AT COST ONLY.
A credit ia allowed in payment of premiums, thus
enabling one to insure for a larger amount than he oth
I erwise could.
I Applications received on the most favorable terms and
respectfully solicited by
THOMAS FROST, Agent,
North Atlantic Wharf.
November 10 -?
JACOB COHEN & CO.,
i Brokers, Auctioneers and General
NO. 46 EAST BAY,
(UP 8TAIRS.) . -r r
BUY AND SELL OK COMMISSION REAL ESTATE,
.iTQC?fit BOND?; &C, &3,. _ _*mo : ; ^c?-eniow <T
1 8 3 O,
AT CORKER OF EAST BAY AND QUEEN ST.,
AND NOW RE-OPENED AT
NO. 219 KING STREET,
"WEST SIDE, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF MARKET
STREET, UNDER THE CARE OF
THE SAME PRINCIPAL
HAVE RECEIVED DURING THE
past week a lar^e iuyoice of
to fill up their Stock, and can now
offer to purchasers choice and at?
tractive styles of GARMENTS of all
BOIS' AND YOUTHS'
THE BEST SUPPLY IN THE CITY.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PURE LAMBS?
WOOL AND MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT
well supplied with a variety of
which can he made up under the su?
pervision of a first-class FRENCH
CUTTER, who is calculated to please
every one that will favor us with
B. W. McXTJB-EOTJS, Superintendent;.
FALL il WUVTER GOODS,
OLD AND WELL KNOWN STAND
Edgerton & Richards,
NO. 32 BROAD STREET.
ri THE SUBSCRIBES BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
_L and the public generally that he la now receiving
his Stock of
FILL MB WINTER GOODS,
CONSISTING OF :
BLACK AND COLORED CLOTHS
Black and Fancy Cassimeres, in'great variety of styles
Beaver and Pilot Cloths
Plain and Figured Velvet, Silk and Cassimere Vestings.
All of which are of the best
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE.
I take pleasure in informing the public that having se
cured the services of one of
THE BEST CUTTERS
in the country, who, from his extensive experience, both
in Europe and America, is prepared to guarantee A FIT
As Successor of Edgerton & Richards
I would inform fha old patrons of the establishment that
I have their
AND CAN FELL
ORDERS FROM THEIR FORMER CUSTOMERS i
1 AT A DISTANCE WITH SATISFACTION.
I - J. S. PHILLIPS.
LOW PRICED CLOTHING, SUITABLE FOR FREED?
MEN, from ti to $10 a suit, to whioh we Invite the
attention of Merchants, Factors and Planters.
EDWIN B?TES & GO.,
November 7 30 No. 124 MEETING STREET.
KERSEYS, SATINETS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS
and other Low Woollens, for plantation use, for I
EDWIN BATES & GO.,
November 7 30 No. 124 MEETING STREET.
Striping & Commission Merchants
NO. 4 SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CUA?lidlSS'OW, .8, ?.
J. s. WHm?,,,.,.w^l^.,."aaEOBa?s. PACKE.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A Large and carefully selected Stock
WHICH IS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC
AT REDUCED PRICES.
OUR MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS ARE IMPORT?
ED diroctly from Manufactories, uudor tho super?
vision of experienced Chemists, which enables us to re?
commend them as puro and rsliaulo in strength.
We keep on hand all artic'. -.* to be found in a first-class
Drug Store. Fresh additions arc rocoived by every
2&~ PRESCRIPTIONS caveiuUy put up.
E. H. KELLERS & ?0.,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
North of Market.
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.H. I3AEI?, M. D.
PRATT & WILSON M??fiERS,
HAVE REMOVED THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES, tb
01d~Drug House of Haviland, Steyen
son & Ck>.,
NO. 23 HAYM-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
ANDARE PREPARED TO SELL AT MOST REASON?
Purchasers -will do well to call.
November 14: Imo
A FEW WORDS OF COMMON
How few there are who are not subject to some affection
of the lungs or respiratory organs, who, by neglecting
premonitory symptoms, aggravate the complaint, until
disease strikes its shafts, causing inexpressible torture
of Hie patient, and anxiety and distress to friends. "Only
a coldl" "A slight sore throat!" is the heedless remark
of many when so affected. Tes ; "Only a cold," waa the
thoughtless expression of thousands whom Death has
marked for his prey.
Forewarned-Forearmed ! should be thc motto forever
in the minds of all subject to Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, or
Influenza. Words of advice should be heeded by all suf?
fering from Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption. Relief ia
within their reach; and, if neglected, fatal consequences
ensue-a life of misery-a daily, hourly struggle for ex?
istence. A contest in which there can be but one victor
Does it not appal the strongest minc!, to think of th?
result caused by neglect? Then why, delay? What ex?
cuse can be offered, when timely warning is sounded in
your ears? When the danger is pointed out, whynot
avoid it? MAESDEN'S PECTORAL BALII has been used
with success in nearly a million of cases, and is endorsed
by the Medical Faculty as the most prompt and effica?
cious remedy that scientific research has discovered, to
relievo and cure all cases of CoughB, Colds, Influenza,
and Consumption, if the caso is not beyond all hope.
Even when the sufferer is in the last stages, he will find
relief by usine: this preparation. One bottle will con?
vince tue most incredulous, that the merits of this prepa
; ration are by no means exaggerated; in fact, fall far short
of the eulogies bestowed upon it by thousands who have
been cured by its timely use. A guarantee accompanies
each bottle and dealers are instructed in every instance
to refund the money when this preparation fails to re?
Prepared by T. W. MARSDEN, No. 487 Broadway, New
Price, 50 cents small bottle; SI large size.
KING & CASSHDEY,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston.
And all Retail Druggists. December 4
GEO. J. HENKELS, LACY & CO.,
Thirteenth and Chesnut Streets*
We have a suit of
And Furnished Complete as
PARLORS AND CHAMBERS.
Purchasers can see how a suit of Furniture will appear
in their house, and can from these rooms make a better
selection than they can from furniture promiscuously
rlaoed ta large warerooras. 2rcos November 26
TOYS, FANCY GOODS, ETOT*
1.0. 631 KING STREET,
Near Upper Guard House.
T. P. FORRESTON,
JOBBER AND DEALER IN.
FANCY CHINA GOODS FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS
FANCY WORSTED GOODS,
. ?cc. Soc
November 26 _?_imp
J. E. DAPRAY, -
X> 3B 3ST.TI S T ,
NO. 5 LIBERTY STREET, SOtTIH SIDE,
] \ . . CHARLESTON, S. C.
joiMHS?W?J&I .-/-?c?e j f.c Jslnn ?oos?t Him ?ro
-isis stO 1 .Joirp'wbL'?? .anu ?^:JOU .ix, i^aus**