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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2. 1866.
VOLUME II-NO. 16^
l?E IM i< KMX,
PUBLISHED DALLY ANU Till-WEEKLY.
EVERT WEDSESD.VS MORNING.
3Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
. CITY Pi;INTF.il.
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Inserted ut 75 cents per square for tbc first
insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent.
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
BTg~ A Wirral, discount made on l?ie above
rat*:.* token advertisements are inserted by
tke mmUfi or year.
What W? Ku. vs; lo Conteuri Wi til. j
Wo hud hoped that tho timo had I
arrived when capital and labor would
bo loft free to take care of themselves, I
and that after a disastrous business |
Tear, resulting in great part from the !
interference ?d' Government in tho
business affairs of the citizen, wc |
should be untrammelled hereafter by !
any such restraints. We perceive, j
howe' "v, that one. Major Mosebach, j
who does the offices of the Freed- i
men's Bureau, at Columbas, has is
sued an order that assumes to take 1
complete control of the relations be?
tween the white man and tho negro
laborer, and in the arbitrary judg?
ment of ono man lo regulate tho
whole question, of wages for a com?
munity. The order requires ?ill con?
tracts between white men and freed?
men, for labor, to be submitted to
and unproved by the Bureau, else tho
employer will be required to pay the
freed ino u tho highest wages paid in
that sect ion ; and thc freedmen arc
informed that they are "at liberty to
leave their employer's service at any
Now, if this sort of despotism is to
be kept up in the.South, and all busi?
ness transactions with the negro
laborers to bo subject to the espion?
age and interference of Government
officials, our people might as well at
once give np all hopes of prosperity
in the future. Thc civil law is pro?
claimed to be in force, the negro is
declared a free man and entitled to
all the civil rights of the white man,
the Constitution holds sacred the ob- ,
ligation of contracts upon every citi?
zen, sound political economy de?
mands that labor and capital shall be
left perfectly free to make their own
adjustments, and yet we have still a
power amongst us that claims the
right to set aside all those considera?
tions ?md dictate the business rela?
tions of society.
Cau anything be more dishearten?
ing to the planters of the South than
this? The freedmen have enjoyed
nearly the entiie proceeds of their
labor tho past year, leaving capital
almost without reward, and yet the
iniquitous system is still to be kept
up, and the planters of the South
annoyed and dogged at every turn by
prying Government overseers. Tho
authorities have only to persist in
this hateful and odious policy, in
order to throw the negro entirely out
of the labor market and compel
Southern plauters to substitute white
immigrant labor, with which they can
deal in peace.
This interference on the part of the
Government in the private affairs of
the citizen, is not only opposed to
every consid?ration of sound policy,
but it finds no excuse in.the present
relations of the Southern people to?
wards the freedmen. Our people have
shown a disposition, almost univer?
sally, to do a fair part by the negro;
and were it otherwise, the hitter bas
a plenary remedy in his own hands.
If <me man wtil not pay him enough
for his ?abor, he is perfectly free to
decline the contract and engage with
another. The open competition in
the labor market is sufficient guard
against all imposition. And again,
when contracts are made, ?iud the em?
ploy ur fails to perform his part of the
agreement, wo have a cheap arni sum?
mary process in our State Courts by
which the freedman cnn compel him
to be pist, even to theextetitof being
a' wit ness for himself. Whence, then,
tiie necessity for Federal interposi?
tion? There is none, and tho Fede?
ral Government lias only to persist
in its present, unjust and ruinous
Course to utterly break down all in?
dustry at the South. This will be its
Certain effect. The suspicion, dis?
trust, ill-will and interruption created
by siic.il a policy, must inevitably
lend our peuple either to dispense
wi'n the negro altogether, or else to
turu the broad ami fertile fields of the
S>.itl; into ;i barrell waste. If the
Fiee.lin ii\s Bureau bill is to be exe?
cuted in spirit ami letter in the face
of such results, then we must make
np our minds, right or wrong, wise
or foolish, to be sacrificed to the Mo
loch of Fanaticism.-M icon Journal.
It will require $.r>l>,0(M),000 to run
the Freedmen's Bureau for two years.
'. "The demoralization of the South'' is
j u favorite hubby with certain North
. ern journals, but they do not .seem to
"look at home." A correspondent
I of tho Cincinnati Gazelle, writing
I from tho capital of Indiana, on the
i 4th inst., furnishes tho following
? item :
"During the ?"ear 1SG? there were
223 applies ions for divorce in this
County, of which 111 were granted,
twenty-six dismissed, und eighty-six
ure now pending. 1-12 petitions were
from ten?ales, amt eighty-one from
males. The proportion of ?live rees
granted to marriage licenses issued
aro one to eight. "
Here is shown a d 'moralization
which can lind no counterpart in the
South. Takt;. for instance. tim
County (Davidson) in which the
capital of Tennessee is located, and
we lind that only fifty-three appli?
cations for divorce wore filed, two of
which were granted ami four dis?
missed. This is a large number ??
applications for this suction, it must
be confessed, but it is relatively
greatly below that of the capital of
Indiana, and the proportion will
probably hold good as to other
Northern and Southern localities.
The Gazelle's Washington corres?
pondent furnishes another proof of
the greater demoralization of the
North. In his despatch of tho 9th
inst., he says:
"The officers of the Internal Keve
uue Bureau are daily making seizures
of distilleries all over the country foi
illicit distillation. Commissioner
Rollins is actively engaged in thc
suppression of this business. Thc
result of which is that many fraudu?
lent cases arc coming to light, and
large sums of monoy saved to thc
These frauds by distillers have all
occurred in tho North. And yet
with these evidences before them,
radical journals will wring the changes
upon their hobby of Southern dc
moralization. "We refer to these
instances to show with what grace
lectures come from these self-con
stituted censors.-Nashville Union*
SOUTHERN MONUMENTAL CH?RCI
ASSOCIATION.-Tho ladies of Mein
phis have formed an association witl
the above title, and have publishee
tho plans that they wish to carry out
lu presenting to you, ladies of th
South, the subject w ..en especial!
engages our attention, we would prc
misc that, although the religio:'
creeds of the members of this assc
ciation are sadly at variance wit
each other, we nevertheless eonside
it no sacrifice of principle to assis
Episcopalians, who first, after th
war, suggested the captivating ide
of building a monumental church t
the Confederate dead-especiall
since they have already raised a coi
siderable sum toward it, and ai
anxious to assist any other denomin:
tions in like enterprises, wheuevc
they attempt them.
While many are engaged in rearin
columns, shafts and obelisks to the
local heroes, it seemed proper t
build, on a grand scale, one mom
meut tq all who fell, privates as we
as officers, and to inscribe, as far i
practicable, their names upon it. Iii
architects decide that ou no otu?
graceful structure than a temple ca
such a multitude of names be give
to posterity; aud we would have oi
children read them on frescoed wall
on mural tablets and eternal columu
The ladies of every County seat
the South are requested to have oi
fair and one tournament, each yea
and forward the proceeds to th
A grand raffle has been arrange
in which it is believed the North,
well as the South, will buy thiekel
So soon as 500,000 tickets shall lia
been disposed of, at Si each, S2l)(
00U will be disteibuted to the tick?
holders in prizes.
NEWSPAPER SECRETS.-It is a s;
fact that uo daily newspaper in t
State is making any money; and '
! were; informed recently by one of t
proprietor* en a newspaper whit
before the; war, had a larger circii
tion than any other in the Stab-, a
cleared $-3,OOO in a single year, t h
in the last year, it had sunk $15,01
ami is now barely beginning to \\
e v ne uses. -Lyncht) urg Vira in ia a.
THE MAN SPOTTK?. -The soli tc
member e>f the Virginian Legisluti
who voted for the coustitntio
amendment, is D. W. Lewis, of FJI
fax. He was a momberoi ?rownlo
Nigger Loyal Convention at Phi
delphia last summer, and nobe
wiM be Ruprised, except that II
Comity in Virginia should have s<
such a niau to the Legislature.
Postage stamps, in all twice \
length of the Mississippi Uiver, w
sold last year.
SWEET OPOPONAX FUOM Mexico! New,
very rare, rieh and fashionable perfume.
Tho finest cvrr imported or manufactured
in United Stator. Try it and bc convinced.
A NEW PEKFUME! Called SwpotOpoponax"
from Mexico, manufactured by E. T. Smith
<t Co., New York, is making a sensation
wherever it i;< known. Is very delicate,
and its fragrance re tu n ina on do handker?
chief for days.- -PhiliuVa Evening Bulletin.
SWEET OPOPOXAXI Ne? Perfume from
Mexico. 'I'hi' only fashionable Perfume
and ladies' delieht.
SWEET OPOPONAX! Thu only elegant Per?
fume. Is found on all toilets, and never
stains the handkerchief.
Sw:. OPOPONAX! ls tho sweetest Ex?
tract ever made. Supersedes all others.
Try it once; will uso no other.
Swr.Tvr OTOPONAX! Ladies, in their morn
it r? call?, carry joy and gladness, when
perfumed with Sweet Opoponax.
Tine CJrnvot.t. ?Iu.ladlcs
OF ro?Tn ASO EARLY MANHOOD.
Howard Association Essays, on th?' phy?
siology of tho passions, end the errors,
abuse* and diseases peculiar tn tho first
agc of man, with reports on new methods
of treatment employed in this institution.
Sent in scaled 1? Ker ? ivr-lnpes, free of
charge. Address Du. J. SK ft. LIN
HOUGHTON, Ih-wuvd Association, Phila?
delphia, l'a. Jan 15 3mo
ARTI E R 1A Li E Y l-l S -A LIT I IT Cl Ab
HUMAN EYES nnnlc to order and inserted
by Drs. F. HAUCH and P. GOCCELMANN.
[formerlyemployed by Boiseonnuau, Taris,)
No. ?!!)0 Broadway. New York. (Vt 17 ly
COLGATE'S HONKY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet -Soup, in such
universal demand, is made from thc j
choicest material-?, i-j mild and cmol- j
lient in its nature, fr a. g ra. nt ly scented, j
and cxtremclv ncneflctal in its action
upon the skin. For side by all Druggists
and Fancy Goods Dealers. March 28 ly
BATCHELOK'S II AI ii. DYE_Phis
splendid Hair Dye is the bent in the world.
Th? only frwe and perfect Vye-harmless,
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint?
ment. No ridiculous tints. Natural black
or brown. Remedies the rtl effects of bad
dyes. Invigorates the hair, leaving it sott
and beautiful. The genuine is ttigncd Wil?
liam A. Batchelor. All other? arc nu re
! imitations, and should bo avoided. Sold
by all druggists and perfumera. Factory j
81 barclay street, Now York, fl?" beware
if a counterfeit. Dec ll ly
?'A VOICE FltOM ABROAD."-Thc
extraord nary and unpreeed :nted cures
performed by thc Queen's Delight Com?
pound is attracting tho attention of every
one, not only at home, but abroad. Thc
merits of this compound are being felt and
appreciated everywhere. Hear what they
say of it in New York: "it is a remedy of
much importance and value, exerting an
influence over all the secretions, which is
unsurpassed by any other known altera?
tive. It is extensively used in all the vari?
ous forms of primary and secondary syphi?
litic affections; also, in scrofulous, hepatic
and cutaneous diseases, in which its usc is
followed by the most successful results."
Sec thc advertisement of "Queen'sDelight '
in another part of this paper. For sale by
Messrs. FISHER &HEINITSH,Druggists.
Dec 20 tbs
THE TRUTH ABOUT DYSPEPSIA.
Whoever says that dyspepsia is incurable,
tells a-that is to say, makes au egregious
mistake. More than ten thousand aggra?
vated eases have been cored by HOSTET
TEN'S STOMACH BITTERS, while the
number that have been prevented from
coming to a head, by the same means, is
incalculable. In winter and emly epri.ig,
when the appetite is sometimes too vigor?
ous for the tafety of the stomach, indiges?
tion is most prevalent and most distress?
ing. Is the appetite to be balked to
accommodate the digestive organs? Not
so; for then the frame would lack its due
proportion of nutriment. The thing tobe
Ldonc is to strengthen the stomach, tone
j the liver, and put the bowels in perfect
order. Nothing will do this s , effectually,
so rapidly, so quietly, so pleasantly, as
HOSTETTER'S BITTERS. This potent
preparation trims and balances the sys?
tem, and clothes it, as it were, with de?
fensive armor. Chronic dyspepsia, liver
complaint and fever and ague arc never
known to attack those who are wise enough
? invoke the aid of this great preventive.
Jan 10 j G
HAVING opened my office
permanently in Columbia, I
ma; be lound at all hour-? al
tin r< oms over lt. C. Ander?
son's store, on Mum street.
.Tm 5 i?. P. r.nvnr,.
FRESH SUPPLIES OF
On hand and being constantlv received
by GEO. W. PARKER,
Comer Main and Camden i-t.?.
Nov 21 2mn
A TARGE BRICK HOUSE, on the
corner of Mi rion and Laurel Htreets.
Has ten comfortable roomn. furnished
with K?s. Good ont-builditigs and a fine
garden. Applv to
Dvc 30 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
PT (\ BUSHELS, in storr and f..r sale by
.Jw N'n <) FISH KU & LOWRANCE.*
Tin'd and Jap'd HOLLOWWARE
Carpenters' and Black-m's TOOLS
A XE 3., S. W. Gollms' and o^er
PAINTS. 0?L3 and GLASS.
In store and for sale LOW by
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
A GOOD CLOTH CLOAK for .... }0 rn
ii Extra " . 8 (Kl
Kong S I. awls.5 (MJ
Plaid " .2 MI
Breakfast Shawls. 75
Ladies' Merino Vests. 1 r?0
" Kid Gloves.. . 1 00
Heavy Satinets. 37?
Goof'. Kentucky Jeans. 25
Ladies'Linen Handkerchiefs. In
Hem-stitched do. 2
Gent's Ruck Gloves. 1 25
Good Prints . 12?
li-dTk l .. 25
" Rleacheu Shirtings. 25
Star Ginghams. 25
2<H) paek-< Pins, at low prices.
Variety ot' Goods at rodileed prices.
And will reci-ivo weekly supplies of
French Goods from auction, at prices that
must give satisfaction.
-t iy BBLS. of the h. st, CREAM ALE,
1. ?mi whulesale and on draught.
D?c_28 J. C. SKEGKits A CO.
CA-BAGE!. CABBAGE! '.
ONE crate prime CAMBAGE, for sal?.:
[nw. at JO ?INO SEEGEKS & CO.'S.
SWISS CI i ARS '.
ITU VE THOUSAND in store and for sale,
wholesale and retail.
Dec 28 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
NO. 1 MACKEREL.
4BBLS. of the finest No. 1 fresh MACK?
EREL, at J. C. SKEG Kits A CO 'S.
Crumbs of Comfort !J
SWEET CHEWING TOBACCO.
Dec 28 J. C. SEEG KRS k CO.
CHEESE! CHEESE! !
ONE THOUSAND lbs. in store, at whole?
sale and retail.
Dec 28 J. C. SEEGERS A CO.
5,000 LBS. LARD !
?N store and for sale at cost.
Dee 7 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
2CASKS Sugar-cured HAMS, at. ?ow rate.
Dec 28 J. C. SEEGERS x CU.
Professor of Music.
-prjagSfeai MR. JOS. HART DKNCK,
tf^^jj^raSBProfessor of Music, will give
? ? * X I "lessons on Plano and Violin.
Terms made known on application at ids
residence, Camden (or Tay lor) street, near
Charlotte Depot. Jan 8 lino?
MA COMFORTABLE DWELLING
HOUSE, on ricken? street, between
Lady and Washington streets. For
terms. Ac, apply to
Jan 8 JAMES RitOWX.
Selling Ol?'-Regardless of Cost!
TO THE LADIES.
MKS. C. E. H EEO has just
^o^^k received a splendid assort
^?o?jiS3ft meut of Hl?v-S TRIMMINGS.
0**jsByyQ Viso; a fie-ll snpp!v of Mih
IwClwS L1NKllY GOODS." c !' nil de
?i^*?j?? *'!''''" :,,f '**diolesale and
1? C'nils, Ac., which will bf wold
(g taff very low. Nov 1 <3tno
Catherin.'Sawyer and others vs. Deborah
Sawyer and others.
11 IK creditor ol George Sawyer, de?
ceased, ar?: herehy ordered tocsta' li-h
heir demands Ix fore me. on or before the
drat dav of Et binary. A. D. 1HC7.
HENRY A. MK ETZ E. C. E. L. P.
Commissioner's Olf.oe, Lexington C. M..
Oet. 31. 186*?._Nov 2 I Gmo*
>|VIE subscriber has removed to the
i Branch Bank, wlwrc, having the i<3? ?I
a xiv ure vault, be sol.cits the a-posits Ot
merchants and others, and continues the
pu reliase and salo of Exchange, Specie,
B mk Bills. Bonds, Stocks, Coupons. Ac.
K.-venno Stamps will be kept for sale,
and Fractional Ourronev supplied to depo
I sitors. EDWIN J. SCOTT.
Dec 29 ?
T. W. RADCLIFFE,
\ and op
SHA'RR AND PLA TED WAUK.
ELEU AXT TEA S HTS,
JE 17 KL R Y. I VA TC, 11 KS.
CU NS AND PISTOLS,
TA RLE CUTLERY,
DO/LEY EIN(;S, JbC,
Unsurpassed in South Carolina.
* Au elegant selection of
BRIDAL PRESENTS !
Of novel mud original design- all ?it REA?
SONABLE PRICES Call and examine
Anderson's Pluck. Main street.
flE?-Tn.- MANUFAt 1 ?'URL and REPATR
nf WATCHES and MAKING of JEWELRY
doti" as formerly. Nov IIJ
"C0.\li \!,ri RESTAI MIT
Ne.ct door 'West if thc. Pout Oj/ia:
llT o U 1.1) respectfully inform his
VV friends and thc publie in general
ibat bo bas opened a liESTAUKANT at
the above place, where tlic very best ol
everything m the way of eating ami diiuW
ing eau l>e obtained at short notice.
CREAM ALE on draught.
LUNCH every day from ll to 1 o'clock.
Fresh OYSTERS constautlv on hand.
! F ASKING'S RESTAURANT ! "
! A ssc midi/ Su-cet, T,mri'/ oppus'dc (lie Xi tr
rilHIS establishment bas bren refitted
A and the VIM y best of everything can be
j obi allied t here.
FISH and (JAMI", prepared iii everv st vie.
WINKS, LIQUORS and CIGARS uf'ch?icc
I brands on band.
LUNCH ev, rv i!av from II to 1 o'clock.
R, is^ rv Jv ? J ii fe. ,\ rv T i
The Pollock House.
riMlls new and eomplet .-tablishmeiit
J. hil* been recently opelieil, and gentle
men will find rveiything eoimeeted witb
ti:<: huil?e in tie- v. ry bes! order. MEALS
served at .-hort notice. Private dinner and
supper rn in - a: Inched.
OYSTIRS, FISH, .'.AMI: and MEAT?
prepared i:i evrrv sUlr.
The best cf WINKS, LIQUORS, A LE,
eic, constant!v on band
Ch..ice S El LARS and TOBACCO.
??. FREE LUNCH everv dav at fl
o'clock. T. M. POLLOCK.'Proprietor.
BLINK BOOK MiXIFACTOIIY
Opposite J. C. Dial's Hardv. arc : tere,
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
BLANK BO OKS RULED
r|1'.> any pattern, paged and bound in tlc
M. best pos-ible manner, with Printed
Headin s, when required. The aft- ntion ut
O UDIMA ni UK.
COMMISSIONERS IN EQUITY.
U A1L1? > A I) OF bT( JIA LS
AND ALL PUBLIC OFFICERS
Is particularly invited.
A r.AKGE STOCK OF
Blank Book Paper!
Of the best quality, always on hand.
Special attention given to the RINDING
of MUSIC, OLD LOOKS and FILLS am!
all other work, in plain or ornamental
tfg- Orders sent to and contracts math
direct Iv wi h mt?, "ill !" A V K MONEY, as J
am pn'ptrcd to .lo work ut bin a SM ALI
ADVANCE on NEW YORK PRICI S.
My hu **i netts motto i-: i'romptm ss, ?'co
immy and Substantial Work.
13. 1*. STOKES.
Nov 11 3mo
.MM bushels prune MlXeo CORN,
ll?? Iuds, ixtm FAMILY F LOCI!.
1,1410 bushel- Whi e Seed Oat-,
10.1 (M) b's. Lacli Sides,
2.IMW ins. small and prime Brcaikfiis
:"HI sucks Liverpool Salt,
Bran, llav. Peas and Grain*., of nil rte
acre iviMM f.?r-a e a t lo? e^t nen k<-t figure
BROWNE ?? SCHIRM ER,
Dec 7 Mun street. Voigt r's new ?for<?.
IT? jr. SALE at tho
1 PHOENIX OFFICE.
rl" 11 IS 15 A Xa rr 1 iS
TTTK PROPOSE t,. publish a WEEKLY
VV PAPER, devoted to tho diffusion of
thu principles ot' religion and the interests
of the Baptist denomination. Wo have
been moved t<> this undertaking hy the
solicitations of brethren in various por?
tions of tins State, as well as of other
St .ates, among thc readers of the lato
Gnif?'Urate ttttptist, and by our own con?
viction that a |;Hper of a high character
Would cont ri hu te hu gely to the intellectual
improvement, tie' religious progress and
the general welfare of the churches. Tho
field is large, affording ample room for all
sincere and zealous laborers.
The Baptist will he printed on a sheet
about twenty-two hy thirty-two inches, and
?ill contain twenty-four broad columns,
mostly ii: Long Primer type, clear and
legible, so that it may be read with com?
fort, even by the aged. Its entire, mecha
nieal execution will he of the highest order.
Our columns will be enriched by corres?
pondence and contributions from tho
other Southern States, and, occasionally,
from Europe and our missionary stations
abroad. Hie entertainment and instruc?
tion of the young- especially the child?
ren- will not be forgotten; and eur vene?
ldo friend, "Uncle Kal ian," so well and
favorably known to thc readers of tho
CovfeOeriite Baptist, will resume his labors
in their behalf. In short, we possess all
the facilities requisite to produce a paper
of tho first rank. As such, we offer it to
our brethren, and solicit their generous
co-opera t ion.
Tho Baptist will be issued as soon as a
sufficient number of subscribers have been
TERMS-$3 a year, payable on thc recep?
tion of tilt.- first number.
All communications will be addressed to
lTlie Baptist, Columbia, S. C."
J. L. REYNOLDS,
A. K. DURHAM,
Jan 0 Editors and Proprietors.
?i>~Slate papers exchanging with the
Phoenix are requested to copy.
State Normal and High School,
EST tBLISHED by the Le?
gislature for the instruction of
voting ladies in thc higher
gjjj branches of education, St. Phi?
llip Street, Charleston, S. C.r
was opened JANUARY 2,18C7.
REV. A. M. MOOD, A. M., Principal.
Professors, Teachers and Lecturers of
ability iiave been employed, and thorough
instruction will be afforded in every de?
partment. The course ol'study is of tho
nighest grade pursued by young ladies,
and is equal to the most advanced stand?
ard of Female Coll? ges.
Thc year is divided into two sessions of
five mont hs each.
Tuition, including the usual branches,
with FRENCH, VOCAL MUSIC and DRAW?
ING, SI2.50 per half session. Pupils maj
obtain board, under th - direction of the
Principal, at i:}.~> p r four tv?:? ks, which in?
cludes lights, washing ami fuel all pay?
ments strictly in advance.
C O. MKMMINGER,
Chairman of the Board".
E. MONTAGUE GIUMKI:, Secretary.
Jan '.? wG
A K N V A I.. 3? E ET 1 S U
SO C TH ( '. i /.' ol. I A' .1 BA ! LB'i.\ I) CO.,
AND OF TUE
South-Western Railroad ank.
rpiIE ANNUAL MEETING oftheStocfc
A bidders of the above institutions will
oe held in the ?-itv of Charleston, en the
SECOND TUESDAY, in Februarv n-.xt, tho
Pith day of that month.
Place" of meeting-Hall of tho South?
western Railroad Rank, on Broad street.
Hour of enlivening-ll o'clock a. ta.
0 i thu <lav following. Weiinesilav, tho
13th there will be an election held, at the
?arno lace, between the hours nf <) a. m.
u d 3 p. m., ior FM-TEKN DIRECTORS
OF . 11E nAiLKOAD COMPANY, and
LTIIRiEEN Dito.(.TORS tor the RANK.
A commit tee to v<n.v proxies will at?
Stockholders will Lo passed, as ns ual,
?vcr the Road, to and from the nie? ting,
free of chaine, in accordance with the rc
-it du tin n of th?- Convention of 1S?4.
Al tois meenie.', will he tale n np for ac?
tion, according to rule, the following pro?
pose?! additional by law:
"'ih? Board shall hold four quarterly
meetings during ihe year, and sie h meet?
ings as shall lie specially called by thc Prc
siilclit; and in th?-interval of the meetings,
ilier?? shall bu at Executive Committee-,
.Gio shall be authorized to conduct tho
tmsitiesa of thu Company. The saul Com
iiitt.ee 'o consist ?>t the members resident
i.. Charleston. J. h\ EMERY,
.Ia? s trfi Secretare.
&j A DESIRABLE COTTAGE RESI
ti2t|)!',M'i'., with four room? anti garret,
ima!, dm ti t.ealthy portion of the city
md near t" the bu-ini'ss part. Terms will
be made a.-eomiimdatiiig. Apply to
(),-i it r-i ll \.\ MIAN A WARLEY.
VI.I. person- having tlemaiids against
JOilN P>A l KS. thxea-id, will hand
i..i III ill. I< gally attested; uni] all persons
.: d bte.I to the estate will make pax ment
t i be Executors, ?it Gadsib u P. O, or
K g-viih-, t.uni,md I'i-iru-i, bv Express.
JolIN S BM'KS,
Jan 15 tn 13 i x ?-n'<.r-.
? > \NS t- r a ll? w .lad, lo be ere. ted in
1. v..in: i i. me r< qm sti-d. '1 he Arvin
.e . i* tin i l m adopt d. in l c
1 ne sipei n.t. cd * I the woik Ali plans
io b<> m liver- ii o?. r lirfbiu 12 m , Satur?
day 2 i o? K b.ii .. . next, nmler seal, to
tm- uiK?crsignc.1. Com? -?ii tur? wi.ladend,
ror tnrtlii-r inf. minti n, ? pp >'
D. B. M I KKK.lt,
J io 5 1.4 S. e'v foin Pnb Uni'dnus.
ONE II UN DH Kl) boxes Sperm and Ada?
mantine ? 'ANDRES. Just receive*!
?11.? f.'.r sah- by J. A T. ll. AGNEW.