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LONDON, November 25.-It is. said
Ke?loy -was taken from the steamer
City of Paris, at Cork There is
mnoh excitement among the Fenians'
at Manchester, Birmingham and
Dublin. No open riots.
BELFAST, November 25.-The
bread riots have been suppressed.
WASHINGTON, November 25.-At j
12 o'clock, the galleries-were crowded.
The Impeachment Committee are I
still in session. The election of
Gollady, from Kunrncky, who was]
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to the Committee on Elections. The j
Committee entered the House at half
past 12. Dnring the morning hour,
half a dozen bills were reported and
referred, for the repeal of cotton nud
A bill was introduced, regarding
the navigation of rivers flowiug into
the Gulf of Mexico.
Th? Chair announced tho Commit-1
tee, and at half-past 1 the report
of the Committee on Impeachment
was delayed; but there seems no
doubt that Churchill has joined the
impeachers, giving them five votes
and n majority.
lu the Senate, a petition from Mas?
sachusetts was presented for equal j
male and female suffrage in the Dis?
Tho Military Committee ordered
inquiry as to tho expediency of the
reduction of the regular army. A|
resolution returning thanks to Sheri?
dan, Sickles, Pope and Schofield was
introduced and referred.
In the House, a resolution was !
adopted, that no committee shall
incur expense hereafter without fur- |
ther order of the House. Mr. Bout
well, the second member of the Ju?
diciary Committee, rose to report the ]
action taken by the Committee on
impeachment and the majority re?
port-Chairmain Wilson dissenting.
The report was proposed by Wil?
liams, of Pennsylvania. The Bum
mar; of the majority report is as
follows : lu accordance with the tes?
timony herewith submitted and the
view of the law herewith presented,
the Committee is of opinion that |
Andrew Johnson, President of the
United States, is guilty of high]
crimes and misdemeanors, in that,
Ac. It closes with the following]
Resolved, That Andrew Johnson be
impeached for high crimes and mis?
The report was followed by mingled
expressions of applause and disap?
probation, the Speaker meantime
using his gavel.
Mr. Wilson, Chairman, for himself
and Woodbridge, presented a report,
which concludes: We hereby de?
clare that the case before us, present?
ed by the testimony and measured by
the law, does not disclose snch high
crimes and misdemeanors, within the j
meaning of the Constitution, as re?
quire the constitutional interposition
of the power of the House, and re?
commend the adoption of the follow?
Resolved, That the Judiciary Com?
mittee be discharged from the further |
^usideration of the proposed im
' wach ment of the President of the
United Struen, and that the subject |
be laid on the table.
The reports were laid on the table,
ordered to be printed and made the
special order for Wednesday of next
A bill to suspend civil officers dnr?
ing impeachment, was referred to the
Judiciary Committee. A motion sub?
sequently made by Mr. Blaine, of
Maine, to reconsider the vote of
reference and to table the vote to re?
consider; which fastens the bill on
tho Judiciary Committee, and re?
moves it from tho arbitrary control of
the House; which was regarded as a
sort of test on this question.
Blaine's motion prevailed, with but
little opposition, indicating the weak?
ness of the scheme to suspend before
A resolution was adopted, declar?
ing that in the present condition of
tho finances, the further purchase of
territory is inexpedient, and tho
House holds itself under no obliga?
tion to vote money for such pur?
Tho following are tho chairmen of
tho committees: Elections-Davis;
Ways and Means-Schenck; Appro?
priations-Stevens; Banking and
Currency-Pomeroy; Pacific Rah
road-Price; Claims-Bingham ;CO-LI
merco-Washburno; Publio Lands
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contiuued throughout; Indian Af?
fairs-Windom; Military Affairs
Garfield; Naval Affairs-Pike;
Foreign Affairs-Banks; Territories
Ashloy, of Ohio; Roads and Canals
Cook; Freedmen's Affairs-Elliot;
Education and Labor-Baker; Pa?
Tho majority of tho Impeachment
Committee, in their report recom?
mending impeachment, lay great
stress upon alleged usurpation by the
President of the pardoning and veto
powers; also tho authority to make
jAroovn.1? nnd appointments, and par?
ticularly refer to what is termed fla?
grant violation of tho Constitutional
powers of the Executive, by organ
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izing governments iii the Southern
States at the end of the var without
asking the advice of Congress, as
they assert, for personal purpose.
Tho minority report, by Messrs.
Marshall and Eldridge, Wrongly de?
fends the President from abuse by
his political An?mies, atad asserts that
his only faults consists in not hold?
ing to the political views of the party j
vhich elected him, in subjugating
the people of the Sooth. The report
is extremely caustio and abuses harsh?
ly some of tho witnesses who testified
before the Committee. Baker is ac?
cused of perjury, atad they conclude
with the assertion tbnt the President
will be held in respect by his coun?
trymen when his calumniators are
pilloried in undying scorn and indig?
ent;T nf the American people.
Tho points made in the summing
up of the majority report against the
President are not brought out by the
testimony: First-As to the Presi?
dent having usurped the powers of
Congress in organizing governments
in the Southern States, it will bo
found in Gen. Grant's testimony that
tho programme, which was followed
out by Mr. Johnson, had been laid
down by Mr. Lincoln. It also ap?
pears in Gen. Grant's testimony, thal
he was present by invitation at th(
Cabinet couueils, in which tho recog
nition of the Southern States was
considered, and that, while ho con
sented to the plan followed by th<
Administration, ho did not offer au^
suggestions; but, as a silent listener
the nctive part he took was iu re
straining tho President's order ti
have prominent rebels like Le
brought to condign punishment. A
to the pardon of prominent rebels, i
appears that many of the most promi
nent of them were pardoned on th
recommendation of Grant, Stanton
Tho Alabama Convention.
MONTGOMERY, November 25.-I
the Reconstruction Convention,
memorial was offered to the Congres
of the United States, praying tht
the present reconstruction law be E
altered or amended as to require on)
a majority of voters voting on tl
question to determine for or again
the adoption of the new constitutioi
Several members stated that thc
desired the law amended so that tl
opposition conld not defeat the coi
stitution by staying away from tl
polls, and pressed thc immedia
adoption of the memorial. It w
debated and finally tabled, and c
dered to be printed. Ordinanc
were introduced, and referred,
establish a board of immigration f
this State, and to provide for a b
reau of industrial statistics. T
radical majority decided not to prc
the adoption of tho amendment i
quiring common carriers to make :
distinction on account of color t
tween persons traveling in this Sta
and refused to bring up the queati
this morning. This action was :
duced by tho fear of endangering t
adoption of other measures and <
feat the object in view, which h
already obtained in part at least
tho adoption of section 1, of bill
the 8th, which declares that all p
sons possess equal civil and politi
rights and public privileges.
An. article was reported by I
Committee on Education, pro vidi
for the establishment throughout 1
State, in each township or sch
district, ono or moro schools,
which all the childreu of tjio Sti
between tho ages of eighteen i
twenty years, may attend free
charge. An amendment to
amendment, providing sepal
schools for white and colored c
dren, was tabled-yeas 58; nays
On the final vote, tho section
adopted-yeas 51, nays 35.
The real cause why tho radical :
jority did not press tho amendai
requiring common carriers to m
no distinction between travelers
account of color, was that there
danger of breaking up tho Com
tion; several mombors threatenini
withdraw if it was adopted. I
highly probablo that the proposi
to organizo a provisional civil S
Government, in placo of tho prei
State Government, will bo quae
CHARLESTON, November 25.
rived yesterday-steamer Fal
Baltimore; schoouers My Ro
Now York, and N. A. Hunt, Pl
Arrived to-day-steamers Gci
B. Upton, Boston; Miama,
York; schooner J. W. Wilson, Pl
RICHMOND, November 25.-Jt
Chase dui not arrive. No tria
Jndgc Underwood received a I
gram from Judge Chaso, sayinj
would certainly bo present to-moi
morning. Tho Court was then
jon rued to ll o'clock to-moi
morning. Mr. Davis, having 1
j notified of the circumstances, die
rnpear at tho court house, but wi
there to-morrow. Among the
nesses summoned by the Go\
ment, ?.rho arrived to-day, is i
Robert E. Leo. Gens. Custis
and Fitzhugh Leo aro also hero. <
Hjraco Porter, of Gen. Grant's i
also a witness, arrived to-day.
Gov. Lotchor s.nd Gen. Fra*1"*
Smith, of Lexington, aro here,
venire out of which Davis' jury
bc selected is one-third colored
Judge Underwood to-day granted,,
upon the prayer of Gen. J. D. Imbo
den, a mandamus to compel Gen.
Schofield to permit bim to vote. It
is returnable on the 6th December.
WASHINGTON, November 25.-The
impeachers expect to make their
strong point against the President,
from circumstances connected with
the trausfer of the rolling stock to
Baron Von Havon, Belgian Secre?
tary of Legation, was recently mar?
ried to a Protestant lady, by dispen?
sation from Arch-Bishop Spalding.
The ceremony was afterwards per?
formed under Protestant forms, by
order of the Arch-Bishop. Regret
was pnblicly expressed lest it should
pass into a precedent, and the an?
nouncement made that, according to
ohurch laws, any of the * 'tbful who
presume to get murrien out of thc
church, by the very act incur excom?
FINANCIAL. AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, November 25-Noon.
Gold 40??@40%. Flour l@2c.
lower. Wheat dull and nominally
lower. Pork dull-mess 20.70.
Cotton dull, at 17???17>? for mid?
7 P. M.-Cotton declined
sales 1,800 bales, at 17. Mixed corn
BALTIMORE, November 25.-Cotton
dull, ut 16>.<(^163,-j. Flour dull and
declining. Corn active-new -white
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CHARLESTON, November 25.-Cot?
ton opened steady, but closed dull
and nominal; sales 500 bales-mid?
dling 1G}4. receipts 1,280.
AUGUSTA, November 25.-Cotton
very dull and irregular; sales 364
bales; receipts 856-middling 15@.
NEW ORLEANS, November 25.-Su
9%; fully fair 12}?; yellow clarified
13)0. Molasses-common 70; choice
92. Flour dull and depressed-choice
14. Corn firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork
dull, at 22.50. Bacon dull and only
retail business-shoulders 12; rib 14;
clear 16. Cotton demand fair, at a
decline-middling Orleaus 16; sales
3,000 bales; receipts since Saturday
5,784. Gold 40J.<.
LONDON, November 25-Noon.
Consols 94 7-16. Bonds 70%.
LIVERPOOL, November 25-2 P. M.
Cotton lower and declined "?d.-up?
lands 8 1-16; Orleans 8 5-16.
LIVERPOOL, November 25-Even?
ing.-Cotton closed heavy, irregular
and rather more doing, at 1-16 de?
cline; sales 10,000 bales-uplands 8;
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
ALL PERSONS indebted to the late Arm
of G. M. THOMPSON A CO., are heroby
notified to call on the subscriber and settle
their accounts. Those failing to take ad?
vantage of this notico, may expect to incur
costs. J. MEIGIIAN.
Nov 24 Imo*
HAVING put in operation ono of Emo?
ry's celebrated Cotton Gins and Con?
densers, I am now prepared to GIN on as
reasonable terms as can bo done any?
where. Will furnish stock and lever power
if required. Colton ginned in one of these
gins command from J@l cont moro per
pound than any other. Apply at tho Cot?
ton Gin Warehouse, on Ladv street.
Nov 24 _WM. SPENCER.
MR. F. C. FURMAN,
OF GEORGIA, will deliver an ORATION
before the Clariosopbic Society, of tho
University of South Cand?na, on THURS?
DAY EVENING, the 28th inst., in thc
University Chapel, at 7A o'clock.
Tho public are invited to attend.
C. M. NEEL, President.
W. LKC. STEVENS, Secretary.
Plantation and Mill Site For Sale.
APLANTATION, six and-a-half miles
from Columbia, on tho road leading
from Columbia to Camdon, containing
2,500 acres, moro or lens, about 300 of
which is cleared, balanco well timbered
with Pine and Oak. There is on the place
ono of tho best mill sites in Richland Dis?
trict; tho water power is ampio to carry a
largo factory. There is a dirt dam already
built, which* has stood for tho last twenty
years. There is also on tho place a fine
Fruit Orchard of about 1,200 Poach and
Apple Trees, of various kinds. Tho tract
wdl be divided into farm-* from 200 to 500
acres, if desired. For further informa?
tion, apply to A. R. PHILLIPS,
Auction and Commission Agent,
Nov 7 ?lmo Columbia, S. C.
Owing to the recent de?
cline in the DRY GOODS
market, I have marked all
my goods down to the very
lowest figures. Purchasers
will find it greatly to their
interest to take advantage
of this opportunity and
give me an early call.
Ky stock embraces every
article usually found in a
first class Dry Goods house.
C. F. JACKSON.
TREMENDOUS DECLINE IN DR
J TJ S T H. IE
AGOOD SELECTION of DRESS GOODS
of fanov CASSIMERS and DOESKIN
YANKEE NOTIONS generally. All of th<
ptlblic IH respectfully invited to call and cxai
incuts offered to oountry merchants.
4 CONTRACT for building a BRIDGE
/\ over Gill's Creek, at Hani])ton's Saw !
Mill, will be given to tho lowest responsi- i
hie bidder, at 12 o'clock M., on MONDAY, |
2d December next, at the place above
mentioned. The contractor will bo required i
to give bond, with good security, to k?-ep j
up tho Bridge tor five (5) yean.
GEO. \V. DAVIS, !
Nov 20 ws6 Commissioners.
PROPOSALS for building a BRIDGE j
near Hampton's High Bridge, on bluff
Road, will be received bv the nudcrsigncd,
at High Bridge, on MONDAY, 2d Decem?
ber next, at li) o'clock A. M.
Tho Contractor will be required to give
bond, with good security, to keep up tl. o
Bridge for five years.
Nov 13 ws6 Commissioners.
JAMES S. CHAMBERS,
FACTOR AND GENERAL COMMIS'N AGENT,
COLUMBIA, S. C..
XTTILL BUY or SELL COTTON, Flour
or other produco, Manufactories or
Merchandize consigned to him for sale or
ordered to be purchased. Business en?
trusted to him will receivo prompt atten?
tion and despatch. Cotton will be received
on storage at tho customary reduced rates.
When shipments are desired to bo made to
Charleston, to either of tho Northern
ports, or to Europe, by planters or others,
liberal advances will be made by applica?
tion to the above.
P. S.-Orders aro now on hand for tho
purchase of COTTON, and those wishing
to sell will do weR to call on the under?
signed, at the grocery store of Mr. JAMES
S. CAMPBELL, whore ho may bo found
for the present.
Nov 20 ws8 JAMES S. CHAMBERS.
Kershaw's Brigade Charitable Asso?
THE ANNIVERSARY MEETING will be
held in Columbia, on WEDNESDAY,
December 4th, when an Address will be
delivered before tho Association, by Gen.
M. L. BONHAM.
All who were members of this command
at any period of tho wur, and in good
standing, are entitled to membership, and
aro cordially invited to be present on this
Lotters of Application for Membership
should state Company and Regiment to
which applicant waa attached, and can bo
sont to tho Secretary, at Charleston, prior
to the dato of meeting.
C. R. HOLMES,
Nov 19 7+_ Secrotarv.
Orders to Sell!
OH BOXES Low Grades TOBACCi).
OU 10 boxoa Extra Fino Tobacco.
GO boxes Low Pricod Segara.
15 " Smoking Tobacco.
5 bales Cotton Yarns.
Oct 30_ ALFRED TOLLESON. _
Beauty and health aro moro to be
prized than tho wealth of the Indios.
Without health, what aro ail thc posses?
sions of world to you with a diseased body
and mind. You cannot enjoy thom, and it
gives you pain not to reali/.o them. Uso
the Queen's Delight and be restored.
THE MOST RELIABLE
NOW IN USE.
JACOB LEVIN, Agent for tho PATA PS
CO GUANO COMPANY, is now pre?
pared to furnish tho Planters of South
Carolina with tho above named article,
from ONE BARREL to .100 TONS.
Circulars, oxplaining its properties, with
quantity applicable to tho soil upon which
it is to be used-certificates of numerous
Planters having used it in the culturo of
Cotton, Wheat, Rye, Corn, Tobacco, Pota?
toes, Grass, Ac.-can bo had at my office,
corner of Assembly and Plain streets
North corner of new Market.
100 barrels now in store, and will bo sent
to any part of tho Stato. Orders respect?
fully solicited. JACOB LEVIN,
Oct 30 timo Agent.
HAVING removed my FUR- _
NIT URE business to tho Na-R}
Itional Express old stand, I 109
would bo glad to seo my formor pa- ' i *
trons and tho public generally givo rae a
call, as I havo a nice stock of FURNITURE
on hand, and will make to order or repair
anything in the Furnituro lino very reason?
able, ann workmanship toj>k>aso oven the
most fastidious. JERGMn FAGAN,
Washington st., bet. Main and Asaem'y,
A few doors .":om old stand.
Aug 10 Gmo
Y GOODS ! SECOND SUPPLY !
N TO MY STOCK !
I O B I V E D
;, iu all its branches. A. splendid selection
?, with a good bupply of HOSIERY and
:se goode will be sold at ray prices. Tho
nine my goods and prices. Special induco
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS!
WE do not behove in nursing stock.
It must and ?ball bc sold. Call and
see for yourselves, at
J. SULZBACHER & CO.'S,
Opposito Fisher A Lowrance's,
Blain street, Columbia, 8. C.
We have on hand a largo and weU se?
lected stock of
DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS,
Hosiory, Hats, Clothing,
Boot?, Shoes, and
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Fenders, And-irons, &c.
Common aud Fancy Fire Dogs,
Shovels and Tongs',
Cbimnoy Hooks, Ac.
Just received and for sale at low figures,
by_J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
Ilelnltsh's Queen's Delight, for Tet?
ter, Pimples, Blotches, and Eruptions on
I Gen. Lee and his Lieutenants,
THEIR Early Lives, Public Services and
Campaigns, with over thirty lino For
I traits, by author of "The Lost Causo."
Napoleon and Queen Louisa, of Prussia;
by Muhlbach. Price $1.50 and $2.00.
Inez, a Tale of Texas; by author of St,
Eimo. Price fl.75.
Early and Late Papers, by Thackeray.
Hand-Book of Practical Cookery, foi
Ladies and Profeasional Cooks: bv'Prof,
Diary of a Refugee, by a Lady of Virgi?
nia, Sec. For sale at McCarter's Bookstore,
_Oct_2?_R. L. BRYAN.
Napoleon and Queen Louisa,
THE Vorv Latent, bv Louisa Muhlbach,
Bilda of Prey, a Novel, by M. E. Brad?
don. 75 cents.
Caste, a Novel, by the author of "Mr
Aile." 50 cents. And many other ne*
Frank Forrester's Complete Manual foi
Dinks, Mayhew and Hutchinson, on thc
New ?tock of Episcopal and Catholic
DUFFIE Sc- CHAPMAN'S Bookstore,
Oct 25 Main street, Davin' Bnilding.
Painted Cotton Ties.
TRY DILLON'S UNIVERSAL TIE.
It is tho moat simple,
Tho most economical, aud
The best TIE in uso.
For salo bv J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
ScrofnlM, or King's IC vii, in cured bj
using Heiuitsh's Queen's Delight._
What is this Medicine, called "Hei
nitsh's Queen's Delight?"
IT is a valuable compound of Roots anc
Gums, discovered and prepared or
pharmaceutical principles by a practica
chemist, lt is found, upon "trial of mon
than 2.000 cases, to be the only sure blood
purifier, and will cure all those inveterate
and stubborn diseases which ariso fron
impurity of thc blood; and whilst it doei
this, it exerts a powerful influence ovei
the whole system, invigorating and restor?
ing tho weak and crippled organs of tia
body to healthy action. Nov 2 (imo
AT THE SIGN OF THE
HAS on band a splendid
Having moved to the Main street, he.f
is determinad to continue to sell goods/W
at rates LOWER than can bo purchased Wi
REPAIRING, in all its branches, at JR
unusual low rates. (b
ALL WORK GUARANTEED^*
?FOR ONE YEAR.
nAIR JEWELRY made to ordei
and mounted, by
6 L SULZ BACHER,
Oct 18 Ono door South Phwntr. office.
Fish! Fish! !
400 lbs. SMOKED HALIBUT.
Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel.
" No. 3 ??
Bbls. Blue Fish.
400 lbs. splendid Codfish.
Oct 25 JOHN C. SEEGERS Sc CO.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS (Tuesday) MONNING, at 10 o'olook,
I will sell, at my Auction Room, without
1 tit-ice tine s > nil size HAMS,
2 tierces tine Shoulders,
2 " " ' Strips,
2 casks Hams,
10 tubs Lard,
10 boxes Scaled Herrings, No. 1,
10 ?' Family Soap,
7 casos Une Ale,
5 " Champagne,
5 boxea Adamantino Candles,
1 bbl. Blue Stone,
30 boxes Segara, La Perfection,
20 baga Smoking Tobacco, and a variety
of other articles. Unlimited articles re?
ceived np to hour of sale._Nov 26
BY ORDER of the Executors, I will sell,
at the residence ot tho late Dr. M. B.
Earle, in the town of Greenville, on WED?
NESDAY, 11th December, the foUowing
lot of SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, very
superior and in good order:
1 aet DENTAL INSTRUMENTS and
1 set Amputating Instruments, in case,
1 set Obstetrical " "
1 Pocket Case, complote,
1 Troppihing case,
1 Medical Chest,
1 lot Assorted Instruments. .
Tho instrument* can bo seen by calling
upon Capt. W. B. Earle or myself. Terms
made known on dav of Bale. *
JULIUS C. SMITH,
Nov 2G d3 7_Auctioneer.
Desirable Building Lot.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY, Deccmbor 2. I will soil, at
tho Court HOUHO, at ll o'clock, salo posi?
That pleasantly situated LOT on the
corner ot Blanding and Sumter streets,
one equaroEast of Main street, measuring
78 feet front on Blanding and 168 feet 6
inches on Marion street.
The above will bo positively sold on tho
following easy terms: One-third cash, the
balanco on a credit of twelve months, with
bond and mortgage at 7 per cont, interest.
Purchaser to pay for necessary papers.
James T. Johnson, et ux, vs. James G.
Gibbes, Martha Townsend, Administra?
tor, et al.-Bill to foreclose Mortgage.
IN pursuance of decretal order, m above
stated CRHO, I will sell, on the FIRST
MONDAY in December next, all that lot of
LAND, situate in the city cf Columbia,
bounded South by Plain street; East by
J. P. Southern's Lot; North by Sarah
Ha;*no'B Lot; Weet by Lot of Butt; front?
ing on Plain street 78 feet, and running
back (North) 208 feet 4 inches.
On this Lot there ie a commodious Resi?
dence, Kitchen, Out-honees, ? 3.
Terms of sale-So much cash aB will nay
cost of ault and expenses of Bale. Ba?
lance ou a credit of twelve months, with
interest, payable annually. The credit
portion aecured by bond and two or more
personal sureties, and mortgage of pre?
misea. Purchasers to pay for papers.
D. B. DE8AUS8URE,
Nov 9 HO O.E. R.D.
John W. Parker vs. Myron D. Wood, Ad?
ministrator de bonis non estate of Chas.
Beck, deceased, et al.-Bill to foreclose
IN pursuance of the decretal order, in
the above stated caso, I will Boll, on the?
FIRST MONDAY in December next, all
that lot of LAND, in Columbia, fronting
on Richardson street 52 feet, more or leas,
containing half acre, bounded on tho
North by Boyne A Sprowl's Stone Yard
and C. Beck's Steam Mill Lot; East by
Sumter street, running 417 feet 4 inches in
depth; South by lots .of Thomas Roy HO
and James Brown.
A largo and commodious Brick Store
fronts on Ricbardeon street; a largo quan?
tity of Bricks aro on tho premiaos.
Terms of sale-So much cash aa will pay
the costs of suit and expenses of sale, and
$1,000. Balance on a credit of one, two
and three years, secured by bond and
mortgage. Purchaser to p?y for papers.
D. B. DE&AUSSURE,
NovO HO_C. E. B. D.
TRY THE CELEBRATED
i "ARROW TIE"
PAINTED IRON BANDS, *
FOR BALING COTTON. For Halo by
J. G. Gibbes and E. A G. D. Hope.
H. T. BARTLETT, Gen'l Agont,
43 Carondelet street, New Orleans, La.
Oct 23 _Imo
GWYNN, COTTEN & CO,,
Cotton Factors and General Com'n Merchants
105 West Lombard street, Baltimore.
LIBERAL advances made on consign?
ments. Orders for general merchan?
Henry Gwynn, of Baltimore; R. R. Cot?
ton, late of Tarboro, N. C.; Walter Gwynn,
Jr., of South Carolina. Oct ll ||?3mo
HUGH E. GARDEN, ft
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent,
Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia.
WILL pay special attention to exami?
nation of TITLES, CONVEYANC?
ING, Ac. Offers for salo four hundred
Enibraciug some of tho best Minorai,
Grazing and Agricultural Lands in the
State, in sections where tho POPULATION
IS UNEXCEPTIONABLE, and climate un?
surpassed. The t bunged system of labor
necessitates tho division of estates, por?
tions of which aro offered for salo or leaso
on most reasonable terms. Corroapond
c::cc solicited and information promptly
REFEBBNCES.-Hon. Wm. F. DeSaussure,
Gen. Wade Hampton, Columbia, S. C.;
Rev. B. M. Palmer, D. D., Gen. James
Longstreet, New Orleans, La.; Jndge Wm.
J. Robertson, Charlottesville, Va.; Hon.
John Randolph Tucker, Middleburg, Va.;
Lambert Gittinge A Co., Baltimore, Md.
Address mo as above. Oct 3 3nio
St. James Hotel,
NEW Olli.KA NH, LA.
WM. A. nURD, of New Orloans.
W. F. CO P. M ERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rioh
JW Telograph and Railroad Ornees in
rotunda of Hotel. July 3 Gmo