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TO DEALERS IN SPUUTUOUS LIQUORS.
Nos: 1 AND 2 LICENSES.
OFFICE CLERE OF COUNCIL, \
DECEMDEB 15, 1866. )
ALL PERSONS RETAILING SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS
are hereby notified that applications tor Licenses to
date from 1st January, 1867, must be made at this office
previous to tho above-mentioned time. No application
vfiH be received after that time, unless whero a new store
ve barroom is opened.
No. ,1. License allows the sale of not less than one
quark-? > *
Noi 2 or Tavern License allows tho sale of Liquor by
The price of No.' 1'License 6 months.-. S60
The pnce of No. 2 or Tavern License 6 months-$100
December 17 13 Clerk of Council.
IS ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROCLAMATION OF
HIS HONOR THE MAYOR, an election will be held
ThisDay, the 19th instant, for one ALDERMAN for
Ward No. 4, to fill vacancy occasioned by the resignation
of W. L. TnnwHor.M, Esq., and for one ALDERMAN for
Ward No. 6, io AR vacancy occasioned by the resignation
of E. Wnxm, Esq.
Ailpersona qualified to Vote are summoned to attend
tod give their suffrages.
Polls win be opened between the hours of 9 A. M. and
12 M., and 2 and 5 P. M., at the following places: Ward
No. 1, at the .City Ball; Ward No. 2, at the Court House-;
Ward No. 3, at the Palmetto Engine House, Anson street;
Ward No. 4, Hope Engine House, Archdale street; Ward
No. 6, Eagle Engine House, Meeting street; Ward No. 6,
Washington Engine House, Vanderhorst street; Ward
No. -7, City Engine House,- corner of Columbus street
and Public Mall; Ward No, 8, City Engine Houee, Sires
v_ WABD NO, I. ; "
A. J/BURKE. I JOHN D. HILLER.
Q. A. DAMON.
WABD NO. IX.
J. L. YATES. | M. BOLGER.
JOHN H UR KAMP.
WABD NO. ni.
JAMES A. DGFFUS. J B. M. STROBEL.
; SAMER a HOWELL. -
WABD NO. rv.
E. F. SWEEGAN. I J. W. EVANS.
B. S. D. MUCKENFUSS.
WABD NO. V.
P. M. DOUCIN. I JAMES L. PATTERSON.
A. W. DUFFUS?.
.:' WABD NO. VI.
CL HICKEY. I J. L. HONOUR.
J. G. MARTIN:
WABD NO. VU.
J. C. .BRADLEY. IE E BRADLEY.
J. M. CALVERT.
Ci. . WABD NO. VH?.
THOS. W. RIGGS. I A. F. W. ABRAHAMS.
inc W. C. RIGGS. -
The Managers of the City Election publish for the beno?
it of the citizens the rules which wiU govern them in re?
ceiving votes at the Election to be held on Wednesday,
the 19th instant: -J. , ,?]'.-'??
The Qualifications oj' a Voter.
1. A voter must be a citizen of the United States.
2. He must be twenty-one years of age.
3. He must have resided two years in this State pre?
vious-to the election. N. B.-Thia residence must be
previous to the election. Temporary absence, without
the intention to change the donnell, w?l not effect the
right derived from residence. .
4. No Store or Shop Keeper, or Commercial Agent, or
other person whose residence is only occasioned for the
mere purpose* of business, ia entitled to a vote.
5. He must have a Town Lot within the City Of
Charleston of which ho bas been legally seized and pos?
sessed at least six months before the election. Not hav?
ing such Lot, he must have resided within the City ot
Charleston, six mouthe immediately before tne. election: '?
N. B.-The months referred to above must be calendar
6. He must be a free white inhabitant within the cor?
porate limits of the city. N. B.-An inhabitant means
amy resident of thc city, with "a bona fide intention to
?take-it his domiciL .
7. He must reside in the Ward in which he offers to
vote. Seafaring men who are domiciled in the State for
two years previous to the election, and domiciled six
months in the-City of Charleston, and. having other qual?
ifications, are-entitled to vote. - -
" As a general rule, no seaman acquires a domicil by
frequanting the pori, who does not sail out of the port of
Charleston in a vessel owned in the'same, because the
domicil of a sailor ia generally determined by the char?
acter and ownership of the vessel.
a. Paupers, non-commissioned officers and privates of
the City Guard, and the United States Army, are not en?
titled to vote. .
9. All naturalized citizens will be required to produce
shell certificates of citizenship -previous to voting, if
eaUed?r. ... V ~^
10. No person can vote without their Poll or other Tax
Receipt, which the Managers by law are required to
stamp or mark.
Oath to be administered to every voter.
?You solemnly swear (or affirm) that you are qualified, -
ander the laws and Constitution of-this State, to vote at
this election at this poll So help you God."
Oath to be administered to the voter when his vote
,V.U iseluUtenged.,?< '.?'?? . --.r^*
"Yon do solemnly swear (or affirm) to make true -an?
swers to tho questions we shall ask you touching your
qualifications as a voter, under the la wa and Constitution
of this State. So .help yon God." cr vi??- ,u:
No person owning a town lot, and not living in the
??ty, shall be entitled to vote, who comes Into the city,
purely for the purpose of voting. '.
Section 1st ot" the Act of 1832, entitled an Act to amend
tho Act regulating tho election of member? of Legisla
"Be it enacted by the Honorable the Senate and House
af Representatives, now met and sitting m. General Aa-,
?embry, and by the authority of the same, That the Mana?
gers of Election* for Members of Congress, pf the Legis?
lature. Bhflriffs, Clerks, an dall other District officers, and
also for Intendant and Wardens of the City of Charleston,
and also the officers of all incorporated towns in this
State, shall have authority to administer caws and exam?
ine witnesses in all matters concerning the du?as of their
appointment, and to maintain regularity- and order at
their respective, polls ; and ff any .person shall' refuse to
.bey the lawful 'commands of the Managers while in the
execution of their duties, or by disorderly conduct, in
Asir preae?e?' br hearing;'shall disturb their proceed?
ings, they may; by an orderin writing, commit the per?
son so offending -to the common jail of the District du?
ring tba day cf election -on which such: disturbance io
committed. And such order shall _he executed by the
Sheriff or any Constable to whom the order shall be de?
livered, er if none be present, by any person deputed by
the Managers in writing. And the Sheriff, Constable, or
other person executing this order, shall be entitled to the
same fee as for other arresta, to be defrayed by the party
so offending, before his discharge, unless he shall make
oath of his inability to pay the same."
Fourth section of the Act of the Legislature of 1817
regulating the election of Intendant and- Wardens ,
Charleston: ; ,
?If any person shall be convicted of having wilfully
taken a taise oath before each Managers at such election
(city elections), he or they shall be liable to & prosecu?
tion for perjury, and on conviction shall be liable to all
the pains and penalties which are by law Inflicted upon
those who are convicted ofthat offence."
Section 4th, of Act of 1841, in relation to perjury and
snbornation ofjperjnry :
"And be it further enacted,. That in all indictments for
perjury or subornation of perjury, an oath taken before
the Managers of any election'order ed by law or by joint
resolution of both branches of the Legtgl?tgye, in.the due
.locution .of their duties, shall be equivalent to an oath
taken In a Judicial proceeding; and any. person convicted
ef perjury or subornation of .perjury, assigned in taking
or procuring any person to take false bath before the
Managers of Elections, shall suffer, tho pains and penal?
ties pre2cribed bylaw for euch offences.'* "":
*:^T CT JAMES A. DUFFUS,
December 19 Chairman of the'Board of Managera.
TO ESTABLISH THE OFFICE OF "KEEPER OF THE
TIDAL DRAINS," TO DEFINE HIS DUTIES AND
FIX HIS SALARY, ETC.
SECTION L BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR
AND ALDERMEN IN COUNCIL ASSEMBLED,' That
from and. after the passage of thia BilL Council, shall
proceecVfcfc their next regular meeting, to elect a Keoper
of the Tidal'Drains, to serve until the next annual election
of the City Officers, and annually thereafter ai the same
Urne and in the same manner as ether City Cmcers ar?
elected, so long as it shall remain of force. And his du?
ties and compensation shall be as heo-einafter declared; : ' :
SECTION ?. Th? "Keeper of the Tidal'Drams'* shall
keep a record book, in which he shall note, In writing,
everything relating t? the Drains ; and this book shall'be
always accessible to the Mayor and the Conunittee on
Tidal Draina, for examination.
SECTION 3. It shall be his duty to "Flush" the -Drama
daily, or as often as he may bo directed' to do so, from
time to time, by the Committee on Tidal Draina..
SEOTI?N 4. The ''?Fmshing'' shall be done aafoUows,
viz : When the tide is low and the Drains are empty, the.
gates shall be carefully closed. When the tide has risen
as high as Ifcp level from which the arch of th? Drain
springs, one ot fbe lopper gates (to he .designated by the
Committee) shall be opened, and the water allowed to
rush in. The Drains having become full of water, the
gates are again to be carefully closed until the ebb tide
has carried tho water outside to the level of the bottom
of the Drain. One of the lower gates, (also to be desig?
nated by the Committee) is then to be opened and the
water allowed to raab. ont. This process shall bo repeat?
ed every day, unless otherwise ordered by the Commit?
tee. And it shall always be done fa the day time, and
always in the same direction, viz: from the upper to the
lower part of the Drains. ':':/ : ' ?
SECTION 6. At night the gate* shall always"! bo closed,
unless otherwise ordered by the Mayor or the Commit?
tee, and an abundant supply of water- kept In for the use
of the Fire Engines, ia eas? of fire occurring. And on
aa alarm of firebsinggiva:?, flbaK cause ail water in the
Drains to be retained^!* -tide bc on the ebb; and if or?'
the flood, the^ates ahaU ;be' kept epen without waiting
for instructions. And whenever they- are empty, by day
or night, it shall st oncebor reported to the- Chiof of the
Fire Department by the'Keeper. "m.'~'\ .." ,' "' .
SECTION 6. W?enev?rlieavy falla of rain occur, at times
when ihe Drains are. full of tide vrraterrit8hanbehis
duty, hy day or by night, Jo visit' them and, open, one, or
more of tte%-^:;which?W i^j^yfam&tito
to make room tm thfrrcoeproa 'of yarian water, without
overflowlng-or straining the^
J3BCT?9S f,- -Se shahiB???>-rei?nar dalry OTtttllnatlOTis
of the "Band pits." removing the ?overs of the ?"man
holes" in torn, and sonneting their to sec what accumu?
lation of solid matter has taken pJ xe in them, and clean?
ing them out as often as accessory. He shall note, in
the record book, the condition of every pit he examinee,
and make written reports weekly, or as often as he may
be required to do so. to the Mayor and to the Committee,
of all his operations in flushing and cleaning.
SECTION 8.-He shall make careful examinations into
the conditions of the Drains, both Maitis and Laterals,
by passing along the whole course of them daily, or 'as
often as the Committee may require. C eoning the open-'
inge of the Latierais of sand or other solid matters liable
to be carried into them by rain, wind, or the wheels or
feet of passing vehicles, animals or men, and otherwise
providing for their perfect preservation from all irvoida-.
ble obstructions. And he shall note, in the record book,
everytaing requiring attention, and give account of it in
SECTION 9. Each man hole and corresponding sandpit
shall bo designated in the reports by numbers, which
shall be plainly marked on the posts which have'b?en set
up by the Fire Department, and it shall be the duty of
the Hooper of the Drains to cause the numbers to be
painted on those posts.
SECTION 10. .And the better to enable him to accom?
plish all this work, it shall be competent for bim to em?
ploy labor for cleaning out of the drains, subject to the
approval of the Mayor and the Committee.
SECTION ll. For the faithful performance of his du?
ties.'as above detailed, he- shall be responsible to the
Mayor, and also the Committee on "Tidal Drains," and
he shah at no time draw any salary? or part thereof, with?
out having first obtained the endorsement of the Chair?
man of that Committee as a voucher that ho has .faithful?
ly performed his duty.
SECTION 12. And for these services ho shall bo -enti?
tled to a salary at the rate of $1000 per annum, to be paid
Tnim monthly, as above prescribed; and should he, at any
time be convicted before Council, of any such neglect of
duty as in their judgment ma f justify his removal from
office, the place shall be declared vacant, the salary cease
to acme,-and another Keeper' be promptly- elected'by
Ratified in the City Council, this eleventh day of Decem?
ber A. D., one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six.
[L. 8.] P- C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. Surra. Clerk of. Council.
Dec auber is
ti' . MAYORALTY OF CHABLESTON, 1
CITY HALL, November 9,1806. J
ALL PEBSOH8OESTROUS OF REBUILDING TN TSE
Bi ont Districts and 'Waite Places of the City, un?
der "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authority
to the City Connell of Charleston to proceed in the mat?
ter of a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up the
City, anew," are hereby notified .that the form of appli?
cation for loans can be .obtained At the office ef the Clerk
of Council, between the hours of? A. M. and 2 P.M.
-All applications must be filed la the above mentioned
office, aa the Committee svill meet every Monday to con?
sider the same. "
By order of the Mayor. W. ff. SMITH,
November 10 Clerk of Council.
MEDICAL C O L LI Gt E .
PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY OS* MEM
CTNE AND SURGERY.
Organized, 1848-Chartered by the Legislature, Feb. 26,
1853-Amendments to Charter, Feb. 15, I860, and March
rn WO. FULL SESSIONS OF LECTURES EACH YEAR,
JL commencing the first of October, and continuing
an til April. The Dissecting Rooms are open, and pri?
mate lectures and quizzes continued during the entire
rear. The first session continues until Christmas, or for
three months, and the second until the first of April, or
three months ; the twp constituting one full course of lee
tores. .Examination of candidates for graduation will
3CCUT at the end of each session.
Requisites for Graduation.-The requisites for gradua
lion are three sessions of lectures, and three years study;
3i lour sessions, including two. years spent at the Uni?
versity. '-.' - - . -- , .......
The System of Medicine Taught.-The University ia a
liberal medical school, in which all branches of medicine
md surgery are taught, including the preparatory studies,
without regard to any 'sectarian views. Hence, while
they deprecate the exclusiveness of Allopathy, Homoeo?
pathy, Eclecticism, Hydropathy, e*-c, they believe that
ill principles bf cure and therapeutical agents should be
taught in all well-regulated medical schools,: and that
every intelligent, honest, and. .thorough practitioner is
entitled to all- the courtesies, sad. privileges of the:
profession, without regard to his peculiar notions in
...Fees.-The fees for aU branches, including s& the
tickets, matriculation, and dissection, are 550 a session,
or $120 per year. j Those who purchase tickets only have
to matriculate once; which makes the second session $65,
including demonstrator's fees, or $115 for a full course.
To aid young mea of moderate means, the University
bas issued five hundred scholarships, which are sold to
first-course students, for $75, and to- second-course stu?
dents and clergymen for $50, each constituting the holder
% life member, with the perpetual' Privileges of the lec?
tures, and sH the teachings of the School. The only ad
ii?ona? fees are a yearly dissecting and matriculating
ticket, each of which ia$6. ;.-': ' ~ .VWVJ
The Advantages af Scholar ships-.-The. student holding
i scholarship can enter the College at any time during
he year, atten?as long OB.?LQ -chooeea, and re-eater the ?
institution :aa$reo^enfly as desired.. . .JJ.LC-V
It requires no -previous reading or study tb eater the.
Pniverslty on schoTftrships, hence all private tuition fees,
we ea ved. ?' ' ' "-' n ...
Students, by holding scholarships, can prosecute other,
business a part ef the time. T
' . The candidate, for. graduation can present himself at
any time, and receive his degree as soon as qualified.
Ta case a student should hold s scholarship^and net bs
Ate to attend lectures, it can be transferred to another,
th?s preventing any loss.
Parente, guardians or. friends of students wishing to
purchase scholarships for them s year or more before
their attendance at .the University, can secure them by
idvancing one-half, the price and paying the balance
gehen the student'enters. Physicians and benevolent
men can bestow great benefit upon poor young men by
presenting them. a scholarship, and thus enabling them
to obtain an honorable profession.
THE KEG ULAR 2AC?LTT.
JAMES MCCLINTOCK, A. M., M. D., Professor of the
rTincfofoesad Practice of Surgery.. ,
WM. PAINE, ' M. D., Professor of the Principles and
Practice of Medicine and Pathology.
C. & GAUNTT, A. M., M. D., Professor of Chemistry,
Pharmacy ?">d Toxicology.
E. G. DALTON, A. M., M. XX, Professor of Physiology.
- -Hi- J. DOUCET,' A. M., M. D., Professor of Materia
Medica and Therapeutics.. .; .. ...
A. R. THOMAS, M. J>., Professor ci'Anatomy, General,
?pecial, Microscopical and Pathological.
JOSEPH. 8. LONGSHORE, M. D Professor of Obste?
trics and Diseases of Women and CTni?dre?. - - <
E. D. RUCKMAN, M. D., Professor of Minor Surgery.
PEOFESSOBS OF SFECIAX, RU AH CHES.
A. LTVEZEY, A. M., H. D., Professor of Clinical Medi?
rme. . ' -.* -. .. '."
J. S. LONGSHORE, M. D., Professor of Clinical Ob
rte tries. . . . " :
F. A. VON ?06CH2ISKER, M. D., Professor of Dis
jases of the Eye and Ear .
B. H. KLINE, M. D., Professer of Malignant Diseases.
L. OLDSHUE, M. D., Professor of Urino-Pathology.
L LUKEN S, M. D., D. D.S., Professor of Dentistry,
a MURPHY,. M. D., Professor of Medical Juriapru
lenos.' ? ?.? - --.
, W. M. CORNELL, M. D.,L.L.D., Professor of Hygi?
?ne and Physical Culture.
R. B. WEAVER, A. M., M. D., Demonstrator of Anato?
my. -. ".
: G. W. MARRIOTT, M. D., AHL, D. H., Registrar and
Superintendent. . -...
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treated, andevery. operation i?. Aural and Optkal- j
mic Surgery performed by
Priiciial Office, 841 est 4fttl st., J.
jjS- For reference, testimonials, &c., send for a .
; ^PINIONS OF THE PBESS.
'?? TheL?a?8THIi) Journal say* : "Thetestimonials which
Dr. Gardner presente to fte public GO d .. never have been
obtained, except by the display of i eat skill and lewrn
ing in his profession. One^hlnx .? ? pedaBjuMmmeniiXMo
la the Doctor's practice is, t'a i e will not attempt an
mourabie disease for the sai i cia fee, bist frankly tells
?e pattoat Whefher'h? ca i' ? cured or net" Weeheer
fisHj recommend Dr. G u u er to tko attention o* all cur
friends who may bo aa .c ring from assesses of tho eye
The Riahmond Tim** says : "We haye no heshattea in I
sayin?tfast Dr. Gardner ls the mest setoaMfle and sue- |
cassini eye and oar surgeon in tats country." t
Dr. Gardner's treitmerii ?rf tho eyo ?ad ear ia wonder?
We leal justified in recommending Dr. Gardner tal
(bose suffering from diseases of the eye and ear.
? %'..<. Ti [JKC?OMW? Whig.
We can easel? and cordially recommend Dr. Garda er,
who wQl ?l sS te undertakes to perform.' .
. ?Balt?nort Clipper.
The New Orleans True Delia says : "We can safely
rooommend Dr. Gardner a? a eucoassful operator on tba
?.ye and ear. Hes will not undertake to treat a case unless
a care cam be effected, r-^..'
TheWheetog J2e?*j?er '^Dr. Gaadaer ieoneef
the meet suebessful Oculists and . Aurista in the country.
We advise those sufferingtoe the diseases of tbs oyo
and ear to consult him." ;
Novembers f-.'if. ,.'??7.VHIBBO
?- THE SUMTER T? JLl^BMM
IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT SUM?
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Erery stylo Of Job Printini' executed fn the nia^st j
I style and gratest -Si?pafcc- ' k?pwmctl
BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS,
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, BALMORAL AND DUPLEX SKIRTS,
FRENCH CORSETS, REAL LACES, EMBROIDERIES, COLLARS, ALEX?
ANDER'S KID GLOVES,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, such as Linen Sheetings, Pillow Casings and
Towelings, Curtain Stuffs, &c, many of direct importation.
Are Offering from Deceiffber 1st to RecLai.ce Stock, at
UFFERHARDT, CAMPSEN & CO.'S,
N. E. CORNER KING AND MARKET SgREETS.
JSST N. B.-Messrs. J. CLAUDIUS MILLER and J. B. W. PHILLIPS are with us, and will ho bftppy to serve
WE ABE NOW PREFAB. SD TO FURNISH OUR FRIEN! S AND
CITST0MEE3 with the most approved varieties of the above. Our
long and thorough experience in this City enables us to fur?
nish the very beat article of every class, and WE GUARANTEE
THE PERFECT O P EE ATI 0 If OF EVERY RAH GE OE STOVE WT
AMONG OTJS BANGES THERE IS THE
DEFIANCE IMPROVED MOTT'S PATEHT,
The most convenient, simple, durable and tasteful RANGE ever
made in America, and one that combines all the best and latest
We have the exclusive sale of the celebrated
STEWART'S PATENT COOKING STOVE,
Which, to all the usual conveniences of the best of other
STOVES, adds a COPPER RESERVOIR for water heated by the
waste smoke ; a spacious CLOSET for keeping food hot when
cooked, and a detached ROASTER of ample size, warranted to
roast all meats perfectly. This STOVE is admitted to be the most
perfect thing of the kind, and we will take pleasure in showing
it to all who may call upon us?
8HEPHEED & COHEN,
No. 397 KINO STREET, CHARLESTON.
September M _ amo
TINWARE AT WHOLESALE.
WE, EATING PURCHASED VALUABLE MACIHKERY FOE THE PURPOSE OF
aannfacteriBg Tiaware extensively in all its branches, would respectfully call
he attention of Merchants and Dealers throughout the country to our Wares.
Iaviag greater facilities than any other Boase in the State, we are able to offer
)ur Goods as low as they can be bought in lew fork, with the expenses added.
SHEPHEED & boBOasr,
NO. 297 KINO STREET. CHARLESTON.
September__ ' amo
WILLIAM G. WHELDEN & CO.,
CORNER OF KING- AND BEATTFAJN" STREETS
STEPHEN THOMAS, JR. \ . . WILLIAM S. LANNEAU.
JJAVTNG RECEIVED A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'8
WATCHES, JEWELRY, HR WIRE AND FANCY GOODS,
Invite their customers and the public generally to an inspection of the sams,
day have also en hand a full assortment af
SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES
CDT AND PRESSED GLASS DECANTERS, GOBLETS
CHAMPAGNE, TUMBLER, WINE AND CORDIAL
EVERY VARIETY OF HOUSE FtJBNTSWTNG ARTICLES.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED.
NO. 255 KING-STREET,
CORSER CF BEAIIPAW,
Noveniterll sumwSmo CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
mmm W. ..WIMIAMB. & co,,
H?YNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. Cl
SEO. W. WILLIAMS A C0.,: WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & GO.,
DOTT O N .;;F?GT ORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Omreh-street, Charleston, S. C. No. 147 Maiden Lane, New York. \
IBO; W. WILLIAMS. ; ? C. WILLIAMS. J. H. TAYLOR. / WM^BIBNiE, ;JB. j EDWIN PLiAT?.
HAVING ESTABLISHED OUR HOUSES AS ABOVE, WE OPPER YOU OUR SERVICESpOR
PHE'TBANSACTION OP YOUR BUSINESS LN CH ARLESTON AND NEW YORK. . .
F. M. BURDELL,
WHX 6?V0TE mMBELF TO THE PCKCH?BE
W ?nd sale of MERCHANDI8E.OF ALL KINDS.
. Office at the corner of BROAD AND . BAST, BAY
STREETS, in basement of State Bans, where samples'
nay be eeen. ' ?.- '
RSTEBKNOEB-Mr. C. M. Forman, Mr. Theodore D.
Wagner, Messrs. John Fraser & Co., Messrs. Mordecai tc
Doy, Messrs. W* C. Dukes! & Co., .Messrs. Gourdin,
Mntihleseen & Co., Charleston, S. C.
October 24 j ,. "? wfmSmo
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
; HAYE REMOVED THEIR . :
Office to No. 66 Broad Street.
W. C. COURTNEY & GO.,
OHA Kli?ST? N?"S. C.,
Stave removed their office from No. S5 Hayne-et. tai
December 3_ , ? , ? T: - ?? tarnt law Q
WILKINSON & aiLCHRIST,
: ?3S3>.. H vV' ' -'l-l'
No. ? BEOAD-BTBEET, v
?J.W. v7H?raeoN..M............ ."E, & QUEOKBIMV
November 8 ?lf?