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D A IL Y NE WS;
MONDAY MORNING. SFA'TKMBEB 25.
~ ?'Do vor THINK. Mr. Com.r.N, nure is any prin
ciple to hold tho Republican party together when
?eiy ia abolished?" wa.' a .p.cshon asked of
tins totinguwlic.Utato.man before h.? ?h ath lo
which he replied, ?Th?* ia no?o--nouo what
ovor'-thcro is .... principle they hold ... common,
or that can hold them together, when slavery is
abolished." ..
Thi- opinion must have been very generali]
agreeable agreeable to ns and tho world; for to
us aud thc world they have been thc cause of
Sraoh uneasiness; and agreeable, perhaps, to a
hug.- part of even thal party itself. Men arc no
fond of their vices. Drunkard, would gladly quit
drinking, and men ill bad company would oitcn
gladly leave it; and it is quito probable, therefore,
that'thc better people of that party, seeing thc
evil it threatens, would gladly leave it, und that
they may be rid of it with impunity, wotdd gladh
See it broken np.
And this opinion, with respect to that part?cula!
organization, is probably truo. They had banker
against slavery. That was thc ono most prom!
neut, positive fact -tho one most offensive to pop
Ular feeling whero it did not exist, and thc one
therefore, against which, in stich sections, part;
could bc arrayed more readily than against an;
other. And presenting au object broad onougl
for thc display of all their forces against it, thor
was no occasion for other issues to hold tho part;
together; and when tho barriers of slavery brea!
down, the party banked against it, and with u
Other principle of cohesion or support, must uecee
aarily be in danger of falling too.
' But it is quite certain that the material of tba
party will romain; that as many men exist afto
that occurrence as before-that they will bc solidi
oua for political success-as anxious to retain th
honors of victory, tho emoluments of office, as b<
fore-as ready to seize, for political success, upo
attractive objects-to make availability the test <
merit; and while, therefore, in ono BCIISC, the pari
may bo dissolved-tho negro bo left without
thought of the ruin that baa come upon him, ui
lesa the South shaU mako aomo efficient effort l
relieve him-shall make some effort in recognitic
of bia pecidiar condition and hia peculiar wants
save him, in which event tho party may spring
hia rescue-it ia perfectly certain that the princip
of that party will remain-that it will endure
long as there ia a fact in tho condition of socio
or government in thia country to be preaented
a point of view offensive to popular feeling.
There aro disruptive tendencies in every etal
aa there are dcatruotive tendencies in ovo
nature, and that party is tho political cxprt
sion of tho diBruptivo tendencies iu this ; ai
so long aa that people aimil want somethii
they have not got-something withheld from tin
by law, or constitution, or custom of society; a
so long as that something can be procured by co
bination of those who want it into a political par
that party will bc formed, that impediment will
antagonized, that disruptive tendency will be i
hibited; and the Republican party, under auotl
name, perhaps, but the same in material, orga
Cation aud objects, will stand as potent as it 1
evor stood before.
This windit bo true if the Republican party b
truly fallen with tho fall of slavery. That woi
bc no longer thc pretext of lt. organisation, a
no longer thc object of ita direct assaults, and
that extent there would be relief to us, and to tl
extent it might be said the party was diasolv
though dissolving merely to some other asaa
on the structure of the Government. But it 1
not fallen yet. It atanda still, and in an at titi
of defiance to tho Government itself. No loni
contont to mole for success-not deeming it nee
aary to take the Government in detail, and sap
pillars ono by one, it grasps thc throat of Gove
xnent itself. Aggrandized, strengthened and
vclopcd by ita recent labors, and perhaps blint
by tho full glaro of unexpected success, it is I
conscious of tho necessity for artificial support
tho cover of an expedient, but dares to ata
alone-to faco thc light of day, and even to d
tho "Omnipotent to arma."
Pcrhapa we state tho caso too broadly. They
not come entirely from under cover. It ia s
contended slavery ia not dead. It i8 not dead
long as tho better claaeos of tho South aro not
exile; so long as their lands are not divided <
among tho negroes, or at least are not in I
hands of bureaus and agents; solong as the coun
is not under the harrow of military forces; ao lc
. aa it is not reduced to the state of a military p
vince, and its property applied to tho public de
Slavery was not tho object, but tho proto
Spoils, and offices, and aggrandizement, were wi
they wanted; and now they OM erato the Gove
ment for the bitter irony of pretending to boll
them-pretending to have been deceived by ti
professions, and to suppose it possible thoy co
be satisfied with tho abolition of slavery, or
restoration of the Union, or any other such mei
public n/atter, as, while it may havo been of
terest to tho country, waa of no special advanti
to themselves.
It is not literally true, therefore, that thia pa
now enters tho open field to a contest with the Gt
ral Government; but the cover behind whic
fights ia so perfectly transparent that it wot
simplicity scarcely consistent with reason to sf
hi any other than its real attitude, or to recog?
more or leas in ita demands than tho bald pr<
sition that certain States shall bo given up to tl
to plunder, and the threat that if there shal
reluctance to comply, they wUl open thoir batte
upon tho Govcrnmont. Rut, on tho other ham
is not true that tho party has fallon with the
of slavery. That may bo truo of tho abolition
meut; but in conaiatonce with tho facts wi
we have atated, it is not true that that gre;
party has fallen, nor is it yet porfectly certain
it will fall.
Such being the attitudo of the Republican pa
and such hoing tho constant liability to tho for
tion of a pai ty to control tho Govcrnmont if
party were dissolved, it is now timo to doterr
what power the Govornmcnt possesses aga
that form of danger. It may bo wrong that St
should oombino to leave th? Union, and it ma
right to bring them back, and tho power to d
tho Government, possesBes and has oxercisod;
it wore equally wrong-a touch moro unmitig
ev?-that SUtcs should combine to sohso the
vcrnmcnt and subjugate the rest. Both aro er
ly destructive; but tho latter would bo withoul
excuse that it loft the Union in pursuit of lib
and would show that, if attached to tho Unie
was but the fondness which tho robber feeh
tho most convonlont instrument of plunder
ovory consideration of interest to itself and ob
tion to tho States composing the Union, impel
Government to exhibit the power to preserve]
from the dangers approaching in thai other f
The oocMiop tc* the exercise of that powoi
won occur. fWhon Congress meeta tho Bout
States will be ready with their repiesentativ
that body. Tho Republicana in the present
gross oonstituto the majority. That majorit
not bo satisfied with any representation wi
send, simply for tho reason, if for no other, that
it will add to tho strength of their antagonists.
Tho Republicans in each house, undor pretext of
judging of tho qualilication of ita members, will
seek to exclude them. They may not bc called,
and BO may not bc ublo to sit upon tho question of
their own qualification; or called, that question
may bc determined against them; or they may not
bo allowed to lake their scats without the oath of
office, which no .Southern men, fit for Congress,
can take; or if upon neither of theso points, upon
still some other the issue will bo made; and if thc
Southern, delegation enter, it must enter in virtue
of tho power of tho Government to break the
barriers of a factious majority across thc doors of
Congress to koop them out,# and that power thc
Government must have, or it inuit timi or make it.
It may scorn strango in us, who have so lately
Buffered under thc power of thc Government, to
advocate an extension of that power; but it is not
unreasonable. We feared thc willingness, if thi n;
were thc ability, in a Republican Government to
givo us protection, and we sought it in a govern
ment Ol' om- omi, in which this acm *uCJv0
did not cuter; but failing iu that enterprise, and
forced to a continuance in that association in
which this ageut still appears, and in aspect and
pretensions moro offonsivo than bofore, it were
the simplest act of prudence we should ask the
protection wc were not allowed to lind for our
selves, and necessarily a matter of thc utmost re
gret if we should find the Government above us so
far from the ability to protect us; not even able to
protect itself.
Remarks of thc Hon. Alfred Huger.
Our correspondent at Columbia bas sent us notes
of the remarks of the Hon. AxFBED HUQBB, made
in the Convention, at Columbia, on the 13th inst.,
in reply to the oft-repeated charge that South
Carolina has not bceu republican. Thc address
was made in seconding a motion that Governor
PICKENS' ordinance should bo taken up and consid
ered. Mr. H. spoke as follows :
Mr. President-I second the motion because it is
necessary to thc respectability and individuality of
tho State. Thc State passed thc Ordinance of Se
cession, and though 1 differed with her, I loved
and went with my State, and I am for the individ
uality and respectability of South Carolina. I
hesitate to go into debate, and I have no doubt
that you may have occasion to call me to order.
If you do, attribute it to thc feelings of eighty
years and the influences of a heart that never knew
any other feeling than love for his State. I cannot
agree with Mr. Orr that South Carolina is not a
republic. If not, I have no birthright. If this
State ia not a republic, how did it produce John
Rutledge, Cheves, Lowndes and Calhoun? I know
the State when it was an honor and a privilege for
any man to take a part in her society, and 1 know
personally when Carolina gentleman was a pass
Eort on both sides the Atlantic; and I would not
ave valued that passport had I not believed my
self a republican.
I remember being in the city of London at the
time of a financial crisis, and was thrown among
men who spoke much of money and some ol
politics. On one occasion they were speaking of
tile bonds of different States, and asked if I was
buying. I said that I was not; but that I would
give par for a South Carolina bond, anil I learned
with gratification that none were on the market.
I have no dSubt that I have a weakness for the
houso in which I was born. As I expected, I am
exhausted before I finish. Herc bc complimented
Mr. Dudley for a conservative speech, and con
tinued: If wc arc to desert thc old Constitution,
and every man is to use his scalpel, I having no
taste for science, must bc pardoned at feeling
{>ain. It is but a cojvtt mortui: but yet it has my
ove. If South Carobna had not been a republic,
she would not have sent Col. Orr to Congress,
and given him a reputation on both sides of the
Atlantic. Even he would not have been strong
enough to have stood without her republican form
of government.
My voice will probably not be heard again. I
stand upon a bridge, one foot resting upon the
j abutment of Time far behind, and tho other on thc
abutment of Eternity, not far ahead. I do not
speak because I doubt thc vitality of the State.
Were I not entirely identified with lier interests, I
should doubt my legitimacy. She has a glorious
past, and her present fills mo with emotion. I
will not trespass again upon you, but ask leave to
say to those, many of whose "fathers were my as
. ociatcs and friends, that my last hope will be for
my country's liberty: and however large is that
country, South Carolina is to me tho centre. Wo
havo passed through an agon v and a bloody sweat;
and I now say niav God speed every man in doing
his duty bravely before man and truthfully auu
hopefully before God. Let South Carolina's word
bo as it has always been-better than her bond.
Lot no Carthageniau faith form a part of her char
actor. No matter what he has to remember-no
matter what he has to forget-lot every man feel
that if he goes back to the Union, ho goea back
faithfully to the Union.
Applause greeted the venerable Nostor at the
council boardof a State in agony, as he took his
seat-for thos?h the Convention is not united on
many subjects, every man seems to feol tho ne
cessity of speedily and honestly restoring the State
to her place in tho old Union.
Coll, ? lion ol'Tuxes In the Southern States.
TBEA8UHY DEPABTMKNT, J
September 18, 1865. J
lu the circular issued by thin Department on
Juno 21, 1865, reference was made to the provision
contained In Section 46 of the Internal Revenue
Act of June 30,18G4, conferring upon the Secrotary
of tho Treasury discretionary power in regard to
the assessment, levy, time and manner of collection
of taxes in tho States lately in insurrection.
Under, the authority given by that section it wa?
then stated that the Department, without waiving
in any degree the rights of the Government in re
gard to taxes hereunto accruing, would not insist
at present upon their payment, so far as they were
payable prior to tho establishment of a collection
district embracing tho territory in which tho tax
payer resided. Tf woo further provided that man
ufactured articles found in the hands of a pur
chaser, which were satisfactorily shown to havo
passed from tho manufacturer bofore tho estab
lishment of tho district, should not be subject to
tax, unless transported beyond tho limits of the
Stat? lately in insurrection. No exception was
thon made in favor of articles which had remained
in tho poosossion of the manufacturers, and thus
become liable to the tax imposed by tho existing
law.
Thc- Dopartmont, proferring to test the practical
workings of tho regulation before exercising its
power of modification in this important particular,
representations since mado relativo to tho hard
ships of this discrimination between manufacturer
and purchaser have boen corroborated by careful
inquiry, and induce the conviction that a further
exemption is justifiable and advisable.
It is found that considerable quantities of man
ufactured products havo been retained by the
manufacturer in his own hands as tho safest modo
of investing his projwrty until thc return of peace:
that this retention was determined on and carried
out without tho knowledge or opportunity of knowl
edge of the law subjecting this property to heavy
taxation on sale, and that a large part of tho man
ufactures BO retained, having been much deterio
rated ic value by the lapse of time and want of
proper attention, would not now nell for a sum
equal to tho tax.
A state of things so destructive to the useful
ness of property and to the prosperity of tho man
ufacturing classes is as advorse to the integrity of
the Government as to that of tho community. For
theso reasons it is hereby ordored that all articles,
in whatsoever hands found, which can be shown
to the satisfaction of the assessor to have
been manufactured before the establishment of
thc district, shall be held free from tho prosent
assessment or collection of tax, unless transported
beyond the limits or tho St ate? lately in insurrec
tion.
Manufacturers of articles hablo to seizure for
want of inspection marka, will present to the as
sessor evidence that such articles were manufac
tured prior to tho establishment of the district,
and tho assessor, if satisfied. will cause suoh arti
cles to be so marked as to bo identified and sold
without liability to seizure.
AU articles transported beyond the limits of tho
States lately in insurrection will be subject to the
tax due under the law in foroe at the time they
, wero manufactured. H. MoGULLOCH,
Secretary ot the Treasury.
Nsw COTTON.- Three balee of new cotton wore
received on Wednesday from the plantation of Wm.
Hill, in Burke County, and sold for 81 cento. This
is the first new cotton that ha* como to this mar
ket.- Augxuta OontiitvtionalUt, ISA.
HARRIED.
Al Anderson, 8. C., on Tuesday evening, 12th Inst., hy
tho Kev. J. H. MURRAY, Mr. FRANOIS S. RODGERS, of
thia ettjr, to Miss LIZZIE E. COCHRAN, of the former
place. *
Near Edgcflcld C. H., S. C.. on the 7th Instant, by tho
Rev. W. A. CLARK, GEORGE CUAETS TIMMONS. Esq..
late of Charleston, 8. C., and Mrs. J. ti. MINICK. of
Edgcfleld District. *
i. r. . Tile Kiiciuls anti Acquaintances nf
WM. CUDDEHEY ure respectfully invited to attend hi?
Funeral, from his lute residence. Mount Pleasant. His
remains will arrive at the foot of Laurens-street To-lfa>j,
ut Twelve o'clock. . September 20
OBlTl'Alt V.
DIED, on the 2IId inst., JAMES M. CARROLL, a na
tive of Phtludolphia, uud long u resident of this city.
flS-NOTICE, RELIGIOUS.-TUE LATINO OE THE
CORNER-STONE OE TUE AFRICAN M. E. CHURCH
(UoUiel), CaUioun-strci t. opposite Zion Church, will take
place on Monday, September 25th. at 4 o'clock, P. M.
Services conducted by Rev. R. II. CAIN, Pastor, assist
ed by Rev. J. P. Oiuurs, C. J. AI AMS, JAMES DAVES,
- COnOOZA, EUWARI) LAWRANCE, JACUU LCOBBE, ROIIERT
DUNCAN,
Contributions received to assist in completing the
-, "",, 3+ September 22
D ii lld! ug. _\_
49 " NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN Tn?l >APPL10A"
TION will bc made at Hie next Session of the Legislatur?
for an AMENDMENT OF THE CHARTER OF TUE
CHARLESTON GAS LIGHT COMPANY.
August 21_nith
?a-GOLD AND SILVER.-THE HIGHEST PRE
MID M paid for GOLD and SILVER, at
August 14 No. 235 KING-STREET.
JTB- SPECIAL NOTICE. -'GREAT OAKS FROM
little acorns grow." The worst diseases known to the
human raco spring from causes ao small as to almost
defy detection. Tho volumes of scientific lore that fill
tho tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to provo and elaborate these fact?.
Thou guard yourselves while you may. The smallest
pimple on the skin is a tell-tale and indicator of disease.
It may fade and die away from the surface of tho body,
but it will reach the vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
bo tho result and Anal close. MAGGIEL'S BILIOUS,
DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA PILLS cure where all
others fall. While for Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Cuts,
and all abrasions of the skin, MAGGIEL'S Salve is in
fallible. Sold by J. MAGGIEL, No. 43 Fulton-strcct,
New York, and all Druggists, at 25 cents per box.
September 25 _ lyr
jB3-BATCUELOR'S HAIR DYE !-THE ORIGINAL
and best in the world ! The only true and perfect HAIR
DYE. Harmless, Reliablo and Instantaneous. Produces
immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with
out injuring tho hair or skin. Remedies tho ill effects o
bad dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The gonuine ia signed
"WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEUR9,
Fer restoring and Beautifying thc Hair.
CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
August 17 lyr
A CROWN" OF GLORY.-EVERY MAN. WOMAN
AND CHILD WHO HAS USED
STERLING'S AMBROSIA
is willing to recommend it. Three years of rapidly in
creasing sale have made the AMBROSIA famous all over
the world.
IT IS WARRANTED TO PLEASE.
lt Cures Itching of the Head.
lt Makes New Hair Grow on Raid Heads.
It Prevents the Hair from Falling Out.
It Rend?is thc Hair Soft und Glossy,
Cleanses the .S.-alp. Cools tin- Heated Brow. Removes
Dandruff. Caria Nervous Headache. Cures Baldness.
Insures Luxuriiut Locks. Iucliucs Hair to Curl. Super,
sedes Wigs. Kills Hair Eaters:. Good effect apparent
at once.
TO THE LADIES WE SAY,
the AMBROSIA will suit you to a T. Elegantly put up.
Delicately Perfumed Patronized by Opem Singers and
Actresses. Sold in splendid boxes or cartons, contain
ing two largo bottles; No. 2 for morning-No. 1 for eve
ning.
THERE IS NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT,
STERLING'S AMBROSIA is the best, most agreeable
and effective toilet article in the world. To prove this,
try a carton.
Sold by Druggists.
STERLINGS
AMBROSIA MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
215 Fulton-strect, N. T.
September 23 Jmos
HEADQUARTERS, FIRST SUP-DISTRICT, )
MILITARY DISTRICT OF CHARLESTON, J
Charleston, S. C., September 23, 1865. )
[SI'ITIAI. ORDERS, NO. 137.]
PAR. I. THE FOLLOWING NAMED CIVILIANS ARI
hereby appointed Pilots for Charleston Harbor, subjeel
to the examination and approval of thc Board to tx
convened under Captain BOUTELLE, Chief of Coast Sur
voy :
SAMUEL S. HANCOCK.
T. BURROWS.
THOMAS DANIELS.
THOMAS PUTNAM.
H. BURROW?.
JOHN CARNIGHAN.
GEORGE O. GLADDEN.
W. J, BURKE.
CHARLES E. LEA.
T. W. DAVIS.
R. 8. WISH.
F. MIDDLETON,
ISAAC MCDONALD,
WILLIAM H. MCDONALD,
S. O. RRINGLOE.
EDWARD L. DAVENPORT.
BENJAMIN S. ALBERT.
J. E. ALDERT.
EDWARD MORSE.
I. SMITH.
H. SMITH.
By order of Brevet Brig. Oon. W. T. Blumer*.
OEOBOR H. BURGER,
First Lieutenant N. Y. V. V. and A. A. A. G.
September 25 3
HDQRS., MIL. DIST. CHARLESTON, DEPT. 8. C.,)
CHARLESTON, 8. C., Sop tomber 22, I860. J
[GKNSBAL ORDERS, NO. 100.]
CAPTAIN W. C. SMITH, 35TH U. 8. C. T., IS
hereby announced aa Provost Marshal of tho Military
District of Charleston, on the Staff of tho General Com
manding. He will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
By command of Brevet Brig. Gen. W. T. BBNNKTT.
GEO. W. HOOKER,
Assistant Adjutant General.
Official: GEO. W. HOOKKB, A. A. O.
September 23 3
HEADQUARTERS MIL. DIST. CHARLESTON, )
DEPARTMENT SOUTH-CAROLINA, J
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 22, 1865. J
(Crue ULAR.]
OWING TO THE LARGE NUMBER OF OFFICERS
In thia Command serving on General Courts Martial and
Military Commissions, it is hereby ordered: that Offi
cers so aervlng, when tho Court or Commission moots at
Posts where such Officers arc stationed, will perform all
duties pertaining to their rank and command, and not
consider themselves relieved from Regimental or Com.
pany duty, except the timo they may ba In actual
session.
By command of Brovet Brig. Gen. W. T. BENNETT,
GEO. W. HOOKER,
Assistant Adjutant-General.
Official: GEO. W. HOOKKB, A. A. G.
September 23 3
S. G. COURTENAY,
BOOK AND MI01R? DEPOT,
No. 0
BROAD-STREET,
AOfUlt U OlUHUmWi B. o.
FOI M), IN TIIK POSSESSION OK A NE
OHO. B lot of PLATED AND SILVER WAUK
marked "J. W. K." Thc owner can havo thc naine liy
proving property, oaring expensen, and rewarding thc
negro. Apply at tliic omeo._Bepterulicr 20
ffitOrT A IJ A lil AGENTS WANTED TO
ITO^O aeU a new and wonderful 8EWIMO MACHINE,
the only cheap ono licensed. Address SHAW ft CLARK,
Blddeford, Main. 3mo3_September ir.
UUCi f\* MONTH I AtSKNTS WANTEI? KO lt
ill)? JU six entirely new arti- lfs just out. Address O. 1,
OAKEY, City Building, Bktdeford, Maine.
September 1.". :,IM"
1.M>R MALK-A LOT OK OLO PAPERS?
; Apply at this emoo. September 1 i
PKI VATE BOARDING->A KEW USN
TEEM EN eau be accommodated at tho corner ol
Kin? and Tradd-slm ta. Al'?, a pleasant BOOM, sulla
ble for mau and wife. DAY DOAKDKKS taken.
September 11;_
TO MERCHANTS ANO STORB-K EEPEItS.
ANY ONE DESIRING EALES FOI? HOISTING l?UT
up in their Stores, can have the name done in a
superior manner, on application at No. '?'J MARKET
STREET. Rope ami everything necessary for the work
can be had a* above, _3* September 83
SCHOOL. NOTICE.
THE MISSES MARSHALL WILL OPEN A SCHOOL
on thu Otb of October, at the residence of their
lather. Rev. Alex. w. Marshall, No. is Antherst-strcet,
for children uml young ladies. The Elementary os well
as the higher branohoM of an English ?ducation will be
taught, Including French and Musk-. For terms, apply
us above. fmw Hi September H>
ITCH ! ITCH ! ITCH I
SCRATCH! SCRATCH! SCRATCH!
" v"i'MENT WILL CURE TTIE ITCII
11rnEATON,M Also cure? SALT
VV IN FORTY-EIGHT UUb^. '""OTIONJ?
RHEUM, ULCERS, CHILBLAINS,andaUKAU..
OF TUE SKIN. Price 50 cents. For salo by all Dnur
BiBts. By ?endino 00 nats to WEEKS ?t POTTER, solo
Agents, No. 170 Washington-street, Boston, Mass., it will
be forwarded by mail, free of postage, to ony part of tho
United States. Imo September21
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A COPART
NEKSHIP in th's city, under the name ami linn ol
TAFT A: HOWLAND, for the purpose of transacting A
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS.
Particular attention given to the PURCHASE OF COT
TON AND SALE OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MER
CHANDISE.
A. R. TAFT.W. E. HOWLAND.
Charleston, Sept. 12, 1805. mwfl2 September 18
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVING THIS DAY ENTERED
Into copartnership, under the firm of RICHARD
O'NEALE k SON, for tho purpose of transacting a
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, in tho purchase
and Bale of COTTON and other kinds of Country Pro
duce, would respectfully inform their friends and the
public that they are now prepared to resume tho busi
ness formerly carried on by the senior partner (R,
O'Neale, sr.) Any orders entrusted to them wUl receive
their immedlato attention. R. O'NEALE, Sa.
R. O'NEALE, JR.
Columbia, Sept. ll, 1805. 4 September 20
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED /
COPARTNERSHIP for the purpose of carrying ot
a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS IN THE CITIES
OF NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON, under tho narai
and firm In each city of W. B. & T. E. RYAN. WILLEAN
B. RYAN will be the partner resident in Charleston, ane
THOMAS E. RYAN thc partner resident in Now York.
Consignments of all kinds of Produce and Manufac
tur?>d articles are respcctfuUy soUcited.
WM. B. RYAN.THOS. E. RYAN
Place of business in Charleston at No. 09, West side o
East Bay-street, aad three doors north of Tradd-street.
September fl Imo
TUP: UNDERSIGNED
IS PREPARED TO FURNISH DESIGNS, 8PECIFI
CATIONS ANT) DETAIL DRAWINGS for Buildingi
of every description, and in every stylo of architecture
that may be desired. Orders from any part of the Uni
ted Statei wiU receive prompt attention, with moderate
j charges. WALTER S. WEST, Architect.
Corner Rh and Broad-streets, Riehmoud, Va.
September G onion
FOR LIVEHPOOL. VIA NEW YORK.
FOR FREIGHT.
THE MERCHANTS' LINE OK FIRST
^CLASS SAILING PACKETS," VIA NEW
YORK. Take Freight to Liverpool.
Shippers of Cotton and other produce fron
tho interior of South Carolina ami Georgia can have then
consignments to me forwarded, free of commission, bj
the above line. On ly actual charges raaile. All Railroad
Freight and other charges advanced chippers.
Freights to New York and engagements to Liverpoo
ma-ie at lowest rate s hy sailing Ships or Steamers. Pre
sent rates to Liverpool, by ship, fj to 5-32 penny; nteam
er. 7-16 to li penny-all compressed.
The B. N. HAWKINS, bf this Line, is now loading
Capacity louu hales Cotton, or ItiOO bbln. Flour.
For Freight enticements, applv to the agent at
Charleston, S. C. WILLIAM ROACH,
North cor. East Bay and Bovce & Co.'.s South Wharves.
Agents at New York-N. L. McCREADY A CO.. No. 3t
South-street.
Advances made on consignments of Cotton to 8POF
FORD, TILESTON .v CO.. New York, or through then
to their friends in Liverpool.
September 25 1 tuthsl3
FOR NEW YORK_ORLEANS
LINE.-Thc A No. Schooner H. P. RUSSELL
NICKKKSON Master, will commence loading
This Day, at Kerr's Wharf. Having part o
engaged, will leave with dispatch for the abovi
p^rt." For freight ov passage, appfy to STYLES k CAR
TER, No. 19 Vandernorst Wharf. September 26
, ^ FOR NEW YORK.- THR KINE
,3b?k fast sailing Schooner MAINE LAW, Captair
Zj?IRkE. Amsbury, will sail with dispatch for thi
For engagements of Freight, apply to
TROUT A AMSBURY,
September 23 4 No. 181 East Bay.
-P-V FOR NEW YORK_THE FINS
?EOjfrj^new Schooner VICKSBURG. HaskeU master
/JFP3R&>WI!1 have immediate dispatch aa above. Fo
3rS3& Freight, apply to H. F. BAKER A CO.,
September 21 No. 20 Cumberland-street.
FOR NEW YORK-MERCHANT'*
LINE.-The fast clipper Schooner B. N. HAW
?KINS. Boyd, Master, will have quick dispatch
?having a portion of her cargo engaged.
For balance of Freight or Passage, apply at th<
Agent'? office. WILLIAM ROACH,
North Cor. East Bay and Boyce's South Wharf.
September 22
ORLEANS LINE_FOR NEW
YORK.-Thc A I schooner JULIA A. HAL
LOCK, Capt. J. P. Brewster, now loading a
iVanderhorst's Wharf, having part of cargo on
gaged, wlU leave on or before Wednesday, 20th instant
For freight or passage, apply to
STYLES A CARTER.
September ll Vandcrhorst's Wharf,
FOR PHILADELPHIA .-KEY
STONE LINE.-The packet sehr. WILLIAM L
?SPRINGS, Htcolman, Master, wdl hare dispatel
?as above. For Freight or Passage, apply to
H. F. BAKER ti CO.,
September 25 No. 20 Cumberland street.
NEW YORK AC ('ll A It LESION STEAMSHIP:
LEARY" LINE.
FOE NEW YOKE DIRECT
THE NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIPS
Quaker City (sidowhool), W. H. WER, Commander
Gransila (propeller).R. BAXTEB, Commander
Alliambra (propeUer)_R. B. BENBOH, Commander
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
GRANADA,
WILL LEAVE BROWN'S WHARF, on ITcinetefay
27th September, at - o'clock, precisely.
For Freight or Passage, having HANDSOME AO
COMMODATI0N8, applyfo, RAVENEL k CO.,
South corner of East Bay and Vanderhoi st's Wharf.
September 25
ADVANCES MADE ON
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, DRf
GOODS AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
WILLIAM H. DEVLINS
No. 6 B EAUEAIN - STREET.
49* Cheap Watches for Sale, -ff?
August M _Imo*
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE.
ELM & CASSIDEY,
Wholesale Druggists,
> We? ISA MEETINO-KTRKET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
Charleston, 8. O.
K. ?. ErNO. M. D.. ? ftf w. ^
JESSE J. GABS LD EY, J 01 W0, ?*
September 1 Imo*
THE BOOKS FOR StWRIPTION
"The People's Steamship ( ompaiiy"
AUK NOW OPEN AT TUE OFFICE OFTilH AURNTS.
Shares, SlOO each. WILLIS tc CU1SOLM,
September "?5 imo Milla House.
HAFFERTY & McHUGH,
CO I I 1<
Importers, Manufacturers ;nul Dealers,
WIIOltEMAIiK AM) UK TAIL,
No. 'JO FULTON-STMEET, NEW ?UUK.
September 20 lyr
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Residing out ol Un- ?'tty should send for our
MEASURING CARD,
Alni lalf tUolr ni'-.i-uri-, and wu will Ht-nJ thom a
PERFECT FIT.
E. A. BROOKS'
BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM,
No. 575 liroiidwiiy, Now York.
Hoots, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers, of every descrip
tion, for ladles, gents, boys, misses and children.
K. H.-LA H( J EST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY.
September 'il :inios*
WHOLESALE DRU? I10USE7
JOHN A?n"LrRST'
SUPERINTENDENT,
Formerly of No. 2?) Hayne-Street.
JIST RECEIVED AND NOW IN STORE
A FULL SUPPLY OF
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
PERFUMERY
BRUSHES
PAINTS
OLES
WINDOW GLASS
KEROSENE OLTi
LAMPS, &a.
AGENTS FOR
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS
STERLING'S AMBROSIA,
AND ALL THE PATENT MEDICINES OF THE
DAY.
MORGAN BROTHERS,
Wholesale Druggists,
No. 153 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
September 19 Imo
SOUTHERN FRUIT TREES.
AVERY CHOICE COLLECTION OF THE REST VA
RIETIES of FRUIT TREES, fi RAPE VINES.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS, Ac. Ac, for early fall and
winter planting, may be obtained from the old estab
lished "GEORGIA NURSERY."
Descriptive and Priced Catalogues, with brief direc
tions for planting, will bo sent per mail to all applicants
who enclose a U. S. poatage stemp. Address
D. REDMOND, Augusta, Georgia.
September ll nm fl
HOLDERS OF MERCHANDISE
WHO WISH TO REALIZE IMMEDIATELY, WILL
consult their Interests by consigning thc same to
JAS. E. CAHILL,
General Commission Merchant,
September ll 3nios Augusta, Ga.
W. BROOKBANKS,
PRACTICAL GAS FITTER & PLUMBER,
No. 67 Hasel-street,
ONE DOOR FROM KING-STREET.
August 14
?
"? ?mil? ZZ Ls: lip-llCilil: was in hot look,
strength waa in her step, and in her han<3?-PLANTA?
TION B ITT Elia. ' '
S. T.-18G0-X.
A few bottlea ot PLANTATION BITTERS
Will cure Nervous Headache.
" Cold Extremities and Feverish Lips.
" Sour Stomach and Fetid Breath.
" Flatulency and Indigestion.
" Nervous Affections.
" Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
" Pain over the Eyes.
" Mental Despondency.
" Prostration ; Great Weakness.
" Sallow Complexion, Weak Rowels, 4c.
Which are the evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It is estimated that seven-tenths of all adult ailments
proceed from a diseased and torpid liver. Thc biliary
secretions of the liver overflowing into the stomach
poison thc entire system and exhibit the above symp
toms.
After long research, wo aro able to present the most
remarkable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases tho
world bas ever produced. Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persona havo taken tho
PLANTATION BITTERS, and not an instance of complaint
has come to our knowledge!
It ls a most effectual tonic and agreeable stimulant,
suited to aU conditions of lifo.
The reports that it relios upon mineral substances fot
Hs active properties, are wholly false. For tho satisfac
tion of the public, and that patients may consult thole
physicians, we append a hst of it? componente.
CALISAYA BARK.-Celebrated lor over two hundred
years lu tho treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, et:. It was introduced into Europe by the
Countess, wife of tho Viceroy of Peru, in 1G40. and after
wards sold by the Jesuits for thc enormous price of ?
own weight in silver, under the name of Jesuit i Powders
and waa fm ally made public by Louis XVI, KJug o
France. Humboldt makes especial reference to its febrl
fugo qualities during bis South American travels.
CASCARILLA BARK-For diarrhoea, colic and disoases O
tho stomach and bowels.
DANDELION-For inflammation of the loins and dro
sical affections.
CHAMOMILE FLOWERS-For enfeebled digestion.
LAVENDER PLOWERS-Aromatic, stimulant and toni
highly invigorating In nervous debility.
WINTERGREEN-For scrofula, rheumatism, etc.
ANISE-An aromatic carminative ; creating flesh, m
clo and milk ; much used by mot hi rs nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, coriander, soak
root, etc.
S.T.-1860-X.
Another wonderful ingrodiont, of great uso among t
Spanish ladies of South America, imparting beauty
the complexion and brilliancy to the miud, is yet u
known to the commerce of tho world, and we withho
Its name for the present
IMPORTANT CERTIFICATES.
ROCHESTER, N. Y., December 28, 1861.
Mossra. P. H. DRAKE A Co.-I have hoon a great s
ferer from Dyspepsia for three or four years, and had
abandon my profession. About throe months ago I tri
the Plantation Bitters, and to my great Joy 1 am u
nearly a well man. I have recommended thom In sev
caaes, and as far as I know, always with signal benefit
I am respectfully yours, REV. J. 8. OATHORN.
PHILADELPHIA, 10th Month, 17th Day, 1862: ^
RESPECTED FRIEND:-My daughter has boen much,
benefited by the use of thy Plantation Bitten. Thoa
wilt send me two bottlea more.
Thy friend, ASA CURREN,
SHERMAN HOUSE, CHZOAOO, III, Fob. ll, 1863.
Messrs. P. H. DRAU A Co.-Please send us another
twelve cases of your Plantation Bitters. As a morning
rBtiser, they appear to have superseded everything,
, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, Ac, GAGE k WATTE.
Arrangements are now completed to supply any de
mand for this article, whloh ha? not heretofore boen pos
sible.
The public may rest assured that in no case will th?
perfectly pure standard of the PLANTATION BITTESI ,
be departed from. Every bottle bean th', facsimile of our ?
signature m 4 steel plat* engraving, or if cannot tm
Any person pretending to sell PLANTATIOH Br
bulk or by the fallon, is a swindler and imposfer. Bei
of refilled bottles. See tkat cmr Private stamp ii Uni
LATED over every cork.
Sold b7 all Druggists, Qrooors and Dealers throi
the country.
4P. H. DRAKE & CO., New Yo]
Angus Ut nt Wt!

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