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CHARLESTON, .S. J., THCJRS8DAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 18G
"Pt^t-t?^. TPTVir:
THE
CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
?ATHCART, McfflLLAN & MORTON,
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his always tho latest datoB of the Daily News, as ho
docs of nil the other principal journals of the country.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Adjournment of the Convention.
Columbia, September 27.?The Slate Conven
tion adjourned to-night. Previous to ailjourniug,
iho Convention resolved iti-olf into :i Committco of
tho Whole, when Mr. Lksesne offered resolutions
complimentary to tho President of tho Conven
tion, Hon. D. L. Waiidlaw, which were Hcconded,,
in an eloquent speech, by the Hon. Alfred
Huge?. ______-__??____
COLUMBIA CORRESPONDENCE.
[FROM OTjn OWN COimEf-rOXDEXT. ]
Columbia, September 25.
' In my letter of Saturday night, I think that I
gave you an account of tho changes that have
been made in the find, 6Ccond and third Articles
of the Constitution. To-day tho "Amendments
proposed by tho Committeo on Amendments, not
included in the Legislative, Judicial or Executive
departments of the Constitution, nnd general arti
cles therein not specifically reported upon," came
up for consideration. These articles embracod
nndcr this head aro Articles 4, 5, G, 7, S, 9, 10, 11
of the Constitution. Article four was passed without
debate?it relates only to ihe oath of a person
elected or appointed to any office. Tho liftli arti
cle, relating to impeachment and removal from
office, was also passed. Tho sixth artielc.coutaining
the form of electing tho Treasurer and Surveyor
General, the appointment of other officer?, and
jtho fcrra of commission, was agreed to, with some
important verbal amendments.
The debato began on Article VII, which was
finally passed in the following words : " All laws
in force in this State at the adoption of this Con
stitution, and not inconsistent hereto, shall so
continue until altered or repealed by the General
Assembly, except where they are temporary; in
-which case they shall expire at tho times respect
ively limited for their duration, if noj. continued
.by act of the-General Assembly."
Tho Bill of Rights, contained hi Article YfTJ,
was then taken up. The words, "by duo process
of law," in tho second section, having caused con
siderable debate, some members wishing to sub
stitute "law of the land," Chancellor Inolis moved
that the Convention should rceolvo itself into a
Committee of the Whole, so that tho Prosident
could be heard on the subject. Thjs was done,
and Mr. Sullivan having taken the Chair, Judgo
TVabdlaw said that these words, "no person Bhall
ho taken ?r imprisoned," ?c, were taken from
Magna Charta. Soon after Lho adoption of liai
Constitution of 1790, tho question of tho meani. ;
of tho words "law of tho land," camo before the
Court in the caso of Zylstra. By reference to tho
"English authorities and decisions, it was found
that tho words "law of the land," meant law in
existence at the adoption of Magna Charta, and
Judge "Wattes so held. This was found inconve
1 nient, and soon after tho Court hold that tho words
Tf?Cant, laws in forco at tho time that tho Constitu
tion" was adopted. The charter of Charleston was
' given in 1780, and by it tho corporation was al
lowed to arrest and do other acts not allowod by
Magna Charta. The other towns were given char
ters of tho same kind, and tho Court held that the
Charter of Charleston having been given before
1790, other corporations would have the same
privilege. The saino course was adopted with re
gard to Commissioners of Cuts and tho Commis
sioners of Hoads. The Commissioners of Ciitu
vero appointed before 1790, and were empowered
to levy fines. Th3 same power was given to the
^'Commissioners of Roads. This clauso was drawn
.J up from tho United States Constitution, which was
drawn with great care, and was really what wnB
I'/iaoant by Magna Charta. The object of using tho
words, is that tho Legislature shall not bo embar
[ __6Bed.
With regard to the clause relating to trial by
jury, ho soid, when you say that trial by jury
must bo preserved, do you mean that negroes
' must be tried by a jury before the District Courts,
or do you menu to give them tho power of pro
nouncing equitably? Before the Constitution went
l hito force, the magistrates could try cases for ?5.
* thidge Smith, of this State, attempted to give back
to magistrates the trial of cases not over, ?5, and
.* not *20, as provided by tho Constitution of the
.. -United States?ho took tho ground that tho limita
. lion applied to the Unitod States, nnd not to tho
State Court?. This is the true doctrine, and if
you wish to preserve tho power in the Legislature,,
you must bo careful of tho words that you uso. U
you mean to keopthe words trial by jnry, then tho
District Courts will not bo ablo to try anv case
without a jury, involving more than twenty-two
dollars.
Tho Commut?e of tho Whole W?n roso, and the
rest of tho article was passed, with a? amondmoni
providing that tho writ of habeas co _>m? shall not
bo JfccBp'ondfd, oxcop?|n c?e?e of hiVA-via^o-tinenr.
. > _?3?t?on; .and, also, with an amendment ?rot/tying
tPmffl?'?P**i?i ^o^bly ^hft^ ?|i4y^, -?ie,?owers
Uxfiic the munher of Jurors to oonatltuto a' Jury In
-_JE?*? __rW?ct Co_r*t*.'"-r''":f* * ' " > -
By tho 9th articlo tho Treasurer is bound to
have his office, conduct lue buBinosB, and rosido at
tho scat of government; bo, too, in tho Secretary
of State. Tlio effect of tho last chango will bo to
romovo tho offico from Charleston, and will cant?o
great inconvenienco in tlio wholo of tho low coun
try.
A ponny-wiso policy dictated tho introduction of
an articlo prohibiting tho Legislature from ap
propriating money for internal improvomcntB, ex
cept by a voto of two-thirds of both houses, which
was fortunately defeated.
Mr. Dudley dofended thiB clauso on tho ground
that wastofnl and unprofitable expenditures bad
been incurred by tho Stato for railroads and ca
nals.
Mr. Orr replied in an ablo speech, showing that
tho money spout by tho State had boon really pro
ductive of benofit to tho ontiro Stato; that if this
clause were passed, South Carobna would novor
again contribute a cent to public improvements;
and said that if tho Stato bad mado all of tho ad
vancement possible for bor to make, tho clause
would be good, but other wine it should not be al
lowed a placo in tho Constitution.
The Convention refused to give the Governor a
veto power?I do not think wisely, for it is as a
rule bkcly to provo a wiso restraint on the passion
of deliberative assemblies, and is always apt to be
a check on hasty legislation.
One of the follicB of the Convention has been to
fix the rate of a capitation tax as compared with the
tax on one hundred dollars' worth of laud. A cap
itation tax is at all timoB difficult to collect, and it
seems to mo far from statesmanliko to fix in the
organic law a rule prescribing to the Legislature
that they must always tax the poll one-fourth as
much as they tax a given quantity of land. Tho
land-owners call this a chock upon the numerical
majority; a scoffer might call it a nio-.it unstales
niftiilikc performance.
A letter to Col. Onn is being signed by a great
many of the members of tho Convention, request
ing Col. ORB to becomo a candidato for Governor.
Though I do not think that ho required any ask
ing, as ho bud already set his heart on obtaining
the Governor's chair, etill, as I said in my letter
of last night, he is ambitious aud energetic, ami
the interests of the State, as ho understands them,
will not suffer in bis bands. Besides, he i?, to say
the least, tho god-father of the. present Constitu
tion, and it is but fair that be should have the
first opportunity to test tho experiment, aud get
all tho blamo or praise as bo fails or as bo suc
ceeds.
As tho law of the State now stands, any emigrant
who baa resided in thiB Stato two years after de
claring biB intention to becomo a citizon, and six
months in tho election district, is entitled to a
vote.
- ? ?
the STATE CONVENTION*.
September 25.?Tho Convention assembled at
ten o'clock, the President took tho Onair, and the
deliberations were opened with prayer.
Mr. ThomaB Thomson introduced tho following
resolution: which waB agreed to :
Resolved, That a commission, consisting of two
persons, be appointed by hia Excellency, tho Pro
visional Governor, to preparo and roport to the
next Legislatnro what laws will be necessary and
proper in conBcquenco of tho alteration made in
the fundamental l?w, aurl especially to prepare
and submit a code for the regulation of labor aud
the protection and government of the colored
population of tho Stato, and that tho Legislature
lix the compensation of Baid Commissioners.
A resolution from tho Committee on Amend
ments to the Constitution was amended so as to
read as follows:
"Hereafter, there Bhall be a capitation tax laid
by tbo General Assembly, which, upon each poll,
shall never be less than one-fourth of the tax laid
on one hundred dollars' worth of land, it being left
to the General Assembly to determino what inha
bitants of tho Stato shall be executed from the
operation of the law," was then agreed to, and was
referred to tho Rovisory Committee.
MesBrs. Simonton, Frierson and Dudley present
ed reports from committees.
Mr. F. W. Pickens introduced tho following
clause for the Constitution, which was referred to
the Committee on Amendments to tho Constitu
tion:
"For debts hereafter contracted no real catato
shall be subject to levy or execution; but this shall
not be construed ao aa to prevent any legal process
against the rents and pronto of tho same."
Mr. Inglis, from the Committee on the Legisla
tive Department, mado a report on the articles
prescribing the qualification of voters; which wao
agreed to, and referred to the Revisory Committee.
Tlio Convention resolved itself into a Committee
of the Whole, Mr. Sullivan in tho Chair, to con
sider the report of tho Committee on Amendments
to tho Constitution, and after a free discussion of
the subject, tho President resumed tho Chair.
[Columbia Phatnix, 20'/'.
-???
From Brasil.
THE WAR?RlOOnOOS CONSCRIPTION?THE COFFEE AND
COTTON CHOPS?HEBEL EMIGRANTS FBOM THE
UNITED STATES.
New Yore, September 19.?The Heralds Rio
Janeiro correspondent furnishes additional inter
esting intelligence regarding tho South American
war. Wo havo already announced tho visit of tho
Emperor to the scene of hostilities in tbo Province
of the Rio Grando. Thence ho started to tho fron
tier to have a conference with the two allies, tho
Presidents of the Argentino Confederation and of
Uruguay.
A largo steam ram, for the Brazilian navy, had
arrived from Franco.- Others had been nearly
completed at Rio Janeiro, and it was said that an
American gentleman, who had just left there for
the United States, carried with him a commission
for tbo construction of iron-clads for thcEmporor,
in this country. Volunteering for tho Brazilian
army was very activo and spirited in the provinces
on the first call for troops; but in llio Janeiro it
had becomo necessary to commence conscripting,
which was being carried on with great vigor aud
little ceremony. "
Officers, attended by guarda, stationed them
selves at tho most frequented places in tho princi
pal thoroughfares, anuscizod and sent to tho army
rendezvous all passing mon and. ablo boys who
could not show clear casca o? exemption. Tho
civil officers of tho Govornmontwbo did not volun
teer, would bo drafted and bo forever incapable of
holding similar civil positions.
Tho prospect of tho oofi'eo crop in Brazil were
most cheering, hut tho experimenta so far mado in
cotton culture had not a?ordcd much encourage
ment.
A party of emigrants from Missouri, who were
so wedded to tho institution of slavery that after
its destruction they could not romain in their own
country, bad arrived in Brazil aud gono to tho
Province of Panama to settle.
Our Bombay correspondents, Mossrs. Farnbam
&. Co., and tho Bombay Trico Current, both q?oto
a telegram from England, which stated that the
?Secretary of tho U. H. Troasury bad announced
the estimated stookof cotton, in .tho Soutbom
States tobe two millions bales, exclusivo of the
new crop." The canard bad tho effect to suspend
all business there in cotton, and almost to ore a to
a panic in tbo market.?N Y. tfoioV of ; Cfom,,
. BairvraxcKB and Loss or Life on Cape Cop.?.
Tho recent northeasterly gale was sovoro on thin
coast, causing tbo destruction -of" novoral vessels
tnd the loss -?f ten'Uves, besides inflioting eomo
'JSRJllftfl*, ?ft! ?Patt ?n.?- r-KBr-off:6* ??it?rai
cri?t, wjt^eh succeeded iu safely reaching port.
nioiri.i ;,.,;:." ; ,;.:,,(, ., IBonKfr Journal.
Tlll? BOOKS M SUBSCRIPTION
TO
'*The People's Steamship Company"
AKE NOW Ol'EN AT THE OFFICE OFTIIE AGENTS.
Shares, $100 each. WILLIS k CHISOLM,
September 26 lino Mills House.
Dr. Ml?DL?T0N1?il_?????l_L
RESUMES THE PHACTIOE OF MEDICINE AND
8UROEKY. Offlco, at present, corner of MEETING and
SOCIETY -STREETS?residence of Dr. RODRIGUES.
Scptcmbor 20 lmo
WTX??STEBBY,
Commission & Forwarding
_vEEj--0_-_:_^_srT?
East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, KALE AND
?hipmont of Cotton, Rico, Naval Stores and other
Produce. TartieB consigning Good? to my euro to bo
forwarded must place mo in funds to pay expenses. Ship
and Railroad Freights must be paid before Good* arc
forwarded.
References: C. M. Forman, O. W. William-*? k Co., E,
R. Ktoddard k Co., Cbainlx-rlaiu, Isaacs .<c Co., Jotin
hIoii, Crows k Co., Hastie, Culhouu _ Co.
September 20 lmo
OHABLES E. KANAPAUX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MAGISTBA T ?1,
HAS RESUMED BUSINESS AT HIS OLD STAND,
CIIALIUICUS-STIIEET.
September 27 _ _HBO
L. W. 8PRATT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFIOK ov?:il Sl'UAY t? CAMl'llF.LL, H.\sr*I,-s*ri-.r.r.T,
NEXT DOOR TO POST-OFFICE.
IIo will act u Agent to procuring PARD02?8 and a?l
uatblg ?..'LAIMS on Treasury Uoparlmont.
Auffuat Hi
CHARLESTON HOUSE.
II. C. 8TOLL,
FORMERLY WITH \V. O. BANCROFT A: CO.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY 15?0DS,
AT THE OLD STAND,
No. 287 King-streot,
THIRD DOOR BELOW W?NTWOitTIT,
CII.VHLKSTON, S. C.
Torna cash.
IT?- Country ordern promptly attende- to.
September IS lmo
"LIVE OAK CLUB HOUSE,"
No. 82 GEOLIGE-STKEET
Free I.mu li nt 11 A. ?II. and 9 P. 7>t.,
I_i v e i* v Day.
Dinners and Suppers to Order,
IN THE LIVE OAK STYLE.
ALRO,
Lodging for Gentlemen.
September 13 lmo
58..RESTAURA11T.58
L. F. GOODWIN
KEEPS CONSTANTIiY ON II V M>
Choice Ales* Wines, Liquors and Segars,
At No. 58 Wcntworth-strcct,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
t(3~FREE LUNCH every day from 11 to 1 o'clock.--?
September 2*2 lmo
*W. A. Harn.,.N. Sbcrhammer.
HARN & SHERHAMMER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN,
AND IMPORTERS OF
Foreign and Domestic
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS, &c,
SOUTHEAST CORNER BROAD-& CHURCHSTS.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
September 22_lmo
"~JUST take a look at us ?
THE ALBION.
Ales, Wines, Liquors and Segars.
No. 35 HROAD.STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Free Loach, from 11 to 1 o'clock, every clay.
Pbopbietobb?WILLIAM H. DOUGLAS and WALTER
PETERS, lmo August 31
FREE COLLATION
SERVED EVERY EVENING AT
MERCHMfS EXCHANGE MR,
Corner King and Society-Streets.
August 20
GIVE US A t:ALL I
-OTIS' SAMPLE ROOMS.
ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c.
No. 8 BROAD-STREET, CHARLESTON. S. C.
?- FREE LUNCH from 11 till 1 o'clock every day.-_<>
rnopniETona :
rOHN MOTT.W. V. MOTT.
August 80 _ . lnio
MERCHANTS' HOTEL,
: CORNER KIXG AND SOCIETY-STS.
THE ABOVE HOTEL n.\8 BEEN COMPLETELY
qnOvatcd and refurnished, and is now open for Uio p?.
ronogo of the public, under an entirely new manage,
ncnt. .
A BAR, fitted up with tho latest and most modern lm
?.' rements, la'attached to the House, where may always
it loiind LIQUORS of tho most superior quality in tho
?S__l_
, LIQUOR can be obtained at tho Ublo, and will also
m fumlshcd in tho rooms at all hours and all days of
ho w?>ek, If desired.
Mr; H. H. PARSONS, formerly connected with tho
_vilion Hotel, la attached to the Hotel, and would be
-rati-cd to meet any of his old friends.
-- LORING & BENNETT, Proprietor?.
?jfdnW ' . '-} 'i"j[ > :. {i7 4>}*- .', 8p**>
/^NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT APPUOA
TON will bo made at tho next Scealon of tho Legislature
or an AMENDMENT OF THE CUARTEE OF THE
IHARLESTON QAfl ?-OHT COMPANY.
Aufwt-tt ?A..' ?t_
LUMSDEN k MCGEB,
UCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND FORWARDING AGENTS,
CO LU M III A, S. C.
HAVING BUILT A LARGE STORE HOUSE IN THE
moHt ?-outrai imrt of tho city, convenient to tbo
ilifleront KnilroadH ami Hotels, aro prepared to receive
Cotton and other Produce and Merchandise generally,
TO HE SOLD EITIIEU AT AUCTION OU PRIVATE
HALE.
We will also Rivo strict attention to the STOWING OR
FORWARDING of all (joods directed to our care.
J. L. LUMSDEN.JOHN W. McGEE,
Columbia, S. C. Lato of Richmond, Va.
RKHF.nENCKs : H. T. Pcakc, Esq. Charleston, S. C. ;
RufiiH M. Johnson, Esq., Columbia, ?. C; Hon. T. C.
Pcrrln, Abbeville, 8. O.; Moses H. Grluncll, Esq., New
York; Messrs. J. k F. DawHon, Charleston, 8. C. ; G. W.
Williams A: Co., Cbarlcston, 8. C; Gov. II. V. Perry.
September 28 tbstu lmo*
adams7frost & CO., "
No. 46 EAST BAY.
Scptonibcr 27 lmo
WILBUR &~S?N,~
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS.
Nos. l?J and 16 State-street and Nos. 1 and 3
Chalmers-street,
CHARLESTON, ?. C.
\ LL DESCRIPTIONS OF PRODUCE OR MER
1\. CHANDISE consigned to uh, either tor Publia "r
Private Sale, respectfully Holicited. Real Eiitatc, in City
or Country, purchased and sold strictly on commission.
September 27
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
NEWBERBY COURT HOUSE, S. C.
rpiIK I'NDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A COPART
1 NKHSllii* for tin- purpose of conducting n GENE
ItAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING RUSIXESS.
nt Ni'wberry, s. c. (tin* present available terminus of the
l.ivenville ituilrond). CJonMifflUUOnta of Merchandise tat
all Depots on tho Greenville Riiilron? and its l'ranchrs,
and order? for the purchase and shipment of Cotton,
ftc, solicited.
Our covered Wognna, for the pr?sent, leave Xewberry
Depot on the 1st, 10th and 20th. OnngeUUtg on the Gth,
lOtli and 2">th of each month, in charge of n trusty wagon
niastcr. WM. A. COURTKNAY.
September 11 nitlt/i 1?. C. TBBXHOLM.
WM. M. ?AWTOM ? CO,,
Will. 2>I. l.aivtini, Si.\\ inlioi ll bawton.
Factors and Commission Agents,
WILE RESUME BUSINESS IN THIS CITY. OCTO
HEIt 1st. Au extensive connection in South Caro
lina, (ieorgin and Florida, and loug experience in the
COTTON and RICE trade, they trust will give them a
share of patronage.
PLANTATIONS. HOUSES and LOTS, BONDS.
STOCKS and other securities, will be bought aud sold
on conuniarion.
Consignments of Produce will be ?hipped to New York
ora Foreign Market, when desired bv the owners.
No. ?) UHOAD-STHEET.
September 18 18 21 25 28 2d oet* _
K. E. Sere ven.Dotiglu s ?VIsbct.
SCREVEN k NISBET,
PRODUCE BROKERS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE OF
COTTON, RICE, NAVAL STORES, &c.
And Sample, Class, Mark and Ship the same.
OFFICE, ion THF. PRESF.KT,
No. GS Broacl-st., up stairs,
NEXT TO THE CHARLESTON LIBRARY BUILDING,
(The present Custom House.)
September 25 intli
JAS. B. CAHILlT
GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Wines & Liquors,
No. 171 Broad-street,
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED.
September 1 _3moa
R. M. MARSHALL,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER,
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
HAS RESUMED BU8INE8S AT HIS OLD STAND.
No. 38 Broad-street. Attends to the BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL ESTATE, FURF ?TURE, &c,
kc. Also to tho RENTING of HOUSES. * .?tomber 0
J. M.EASON,
COMMISSION AGENT,
No. 9 EXCHANGE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
September 8 lmo
"bowers &Ts?LC??r
Brokers, -A-iiotioneers,
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
/ETWILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE AND SALE
OF COTTON, RICE, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES.
Also, their nttention will be given to SALES OF FUR
NITURE, REAL ESTATE, Ac.
Offlco for the present, at No. 238 KING-STREET.
August 30 lmo
ZIMMERMAN DAVIS,
(LATE OF THE FTR..I OF ADAMS, FB08T & CO. )
Has resumed tho
FACTORAGE & COMMISSION BUSINESS,
OFFICE FOR THE PRESENT
Cor. Accommod?t Ion Whin f n ml I0a.it Bay.
Will attend to tho salo of COTTON, RICE, or any other
PRODUCE, In this or any foreign market. Also, to tho
PURCHASE AND SHIPPING OF COTTON. Will also
UKOEIVE AND FORWARD GOODS.
Soptember 0_ lmo*
~TR0UT & AMSBURyT
V, B. Trout..........Oliver Amnbury.
DEALERS IN LIME AND BUILDING MATERI
ALS GENERALLY, Also, HAY AND PRODUCE,
CONSIGNMEN8 OF VESSELS AND MERCHANDISE
ire respectfully solicited, aud tho utmost attention paid
x> all business entrusted to our care. Office at
i 'No. 20 CUMBERLAND,
September 16 '".lmo gg&g CHURCH-STREET.
SOUTHERN
ADVERTISING AGENCY.
A DVERTI8KM.KNT8 RKORIVED ON THE MOST
A. reasonable term? for tho.LEADING NEWSPAPERS
a the South.. Bpwilmen copleaoaaTm?jjpoabj apply"^
o.. i ' p i apBAOEP^BtJQG,,
p. O. Box 8*L , , Ko. 108 Markutakeei
AdyertUeMWlUdOWefltOCilL ' '0f^?aJ*r U
_-* _. h?1.
REMOVAL.
PHILIP H. KEGLER,
BANKEK,
No. 256 KING-STREET,
WILL REMOVE ON THE FIRST OCTOBER TO
N. E. CORNER KING AND IIASEL-STS.
ENTRANCE ON nASEL-STREKT.
GOLD, SILVER, SOUTHERN BANK RLLL8 AND
EXCHANGE, BOUGHT AND SOLD ON
THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS.
_September 27
CHAirLTG^-LLEAUME,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AND
Forwarding Me reliant,
143 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S.C
AST Liberal Advances made on Consign
MM'lltH.
September 27 Imo
STYLES & CARTER,
SHIPPING AXD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AOENTS FOR
Orleans Liuc of Southern Packets?
NO. 1? Vanderliorst Wharf,
| CHARLESTON, S. C.
!.. r. STYL?*
t. V. CAltTKK
WM. II. ROBSON k CO.. AOENTS IN NEW YORK.
Advances made on consignments.
Imo
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. IS BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
A GENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF.
___ REAL P?STATE in any of th<- Soutlu-rn Statcs.
ALSO AGENT FOR THE SALE, RENTING; HE'
PAIRING, Ac., OF CITY PROPERTY. AngiiBt 22
D? J. STURGES,
- AGENT FOR THE STAR LINE N. Y. PACKETS,
Shipping ai?d Commission Merchant,
A LL GOODS TO BE FORWARDED TO AND FROM
__. Now York or the country, will rocclvo my personal
attention. Consignments solicited, and advances made.
Oltiee, No. 1? VENDUE RANGE. Charlestoa, S. C.
Agent in New York, GEO. W. BROWN, No. 115 Wall
street; Imo September 26
"HERIOT BROTHERS,
General Commission Merchants,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
WiU give their attention to the purchase and salo of Mer
chandise and rro?liico of every description.
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON SOLICITED*
3. H. HERIOT, Jn.B. M, HEEIO1*;
IlF.FF.nESCES:
WM. B. HERIOT A: CO., Charleston, S. C.
' BAB?tOKO HULL ft CO., Now York.
DEMEREST k WYOANT, New York.
JNO. SLEIGHT, Poug-kci-psie, N. Y.
Soptemher 1 _Imo
HOWE, DOUCIN &~C07
Coi__i__issio_i _V_>,rcliai_ts
Ship Chandlers and Grocers,
No. 151 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
C. HOWE, JB.P. M. DOCCIK.E. C. HOWZ...
C. & E. HOWE,
Commission Merchants,
No. 71 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
C. HOWE, JB.E. C. HOWE.
Consignments solicited. Prompt attention giv?jn to
sales of Merchandise. Produce purchased on Commis
sion, and liberal advances made.
Refer by permission to Messrs. Hekby Swift _ Co.,
No. 115 Broadway: Jno. M. Smith's Son _ Co., No. 124
Broad-st. ; Kemp, Day k Co., No. 11(5 Wall-st. ; Thomas
k Benham. No. 108 Broad-st., N. Y. Cmo? Augnst 24
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
SHIP & STEAMBOAT AGENTS,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 12G AND 128 MEETING-STIIEET,
Charleston, 8. C.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
August 15
WIZJ-IS & CHIS01_M,~
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND
SHIPPING AGENTS,
OFFICE), .-MILLS MOUSFV
CHARLESTON, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHI80LM,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANl*
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, RICE. LUMBER, NAVAL STORES; to tno
Collection of Drafts, Purchase nnd Salo of all Securities?
Consignments of vessels solicited.
iiK.Ki.n.'i to:
Messrs. JOHN FRASER k CO., Charleston. S. O.
Messrs. OEO. W. WILLIAMS A- CO., Charleston, 8. C.
Messrs. PENDERGAST, BROS. ?: CO., Now York.
GEO. 8CHLEY. Eat)., Augusta, Ga.
T. S. METC'ALF. Esq., Augusta, Ga.
Messrs. CLARK, DODGE ? CO., Now York.
Messrs. MURRAY _ NEPHEW, New York.
Messrs. E. W. CLARK k CO., Philadelphia, Penn.
Messrs. PENDEnGAST, FENWICK k CO., Baltlmoro,
Md.
Messrs. SAM'L HARRIS k SONS. Baltimore, Md.
ffg- The Columbia Phccnix wiU publish every other
lay for one month, and other South Carolina papers
.vec-kly for the samo period of time, and send bills to this
luce. August 14
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEAXEnS IN
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
AT TIIEIK. OliD STAND,
No. 165 Meeting-Street,
CHARLESTON, 8.0.
rAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THEIR RE
SUMPTION of business, and invito Uto attention
>f purchasers to their Stock, which la now complote.
8 c ptember 20_*
PHILIP H. KE?LER,
?anker and Colieotion Agent,
3SToi> 26$ B^g-^treet,
CHJtiU-S*TOI?, S. O.
S?spt?_ib?f 3 !

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