THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 28. 18C5.
The Convention of tho Pcoplo of this Stato, nt
?Columbia, is approaching tho completion of its
labors, and has made many radical aUorations la
tho relations ami slructuro of tho Stato. The
Ordinnnco of Secession lias boon repealed; slavery
has been abolished; property qualification for tho
Senate has boon revoked; foreigners, after two
years' residence, without citizenship, may vote;
tho principle of taxation, according to value, has
boon adopted; representation is to be upon the
basis of white population; the Govomor is to be
eloctod by the people nnd sorvo for four yoars; no
tliBlrict is to have more than twelvo Repr?senta
tives; and oach district is to have but one Senator,
and Charleston is to have three.
Thoso changes are so radical and rapid that
popple aro too much bowildorcd by them to prop
erly estimate thoir effects. Tho first two wero an
ticipated, and though of onormous import, were so
considered, that thoy occasion little concern. Tho
Btato is again in the Union, if uo difficulties shall
bo interposed by other partios, and tho labor sys
toin of our State and our relation to our colored
population aro changed.
Against the abandonment of a property qualifi
cation for the Senate, little nood be said. It did
no harm. No man was over kept out of the Sen
ate, fit to bo thoro, by such restriction, nnd it was,
therefore, a concession merely to an agrarian sen
timont which may or may not oxist in sufficient
forci- to rondor such concession a necessity; but
While it did no harm, it cannot bo said it did much
good. If it kept no good man out, it kept no bad
ono;and oxcopt that it was a fact, and that in con
stitutions facts had better stand until there is a
nccc88ity thoy should bo altered, tho chango is
Tho right of foreigners to vote after rosidenco
of throo years, without citizenship, is entirely ro
pugnant to tho conservative spirit of the State, as
it was beforo the war; but that spirit is now so
brokon, this additional blow will do little damage,
Whilo in tho present condition of affairs it may bo
of great advantage. We want labor, and wo want
a larger white population, and this will be somo
inducement?at least it is the removal of an im
pediment which might have existed to the full ope
ration of Buch other inducements as may be offer
ed, and as Buch our people will accept it.
The principle of taxation in accordance with tho
actual valuo of property, rather than tho arbitrary
Standard long established in this Stato, ?b right,
and will be a relief to the people of this city, whero
tho ovil httB been most severely felt.
Tho principle of representation, on the basis of
whito population, may have seemed necessary. It
may havo seemed hard to admit that tho whito
man of Beaufort or Georgetown should bo more
considered than the same number from Edgofield or
Anderson; or, if the negroes in thoso districts are
counted in representation, it may havo seemed
bard to exclude them from the polls. But we fear
it will work badly. Thoro must be conflicts of in
tcroats between the sections, or if not, at least of
policy. In that event the seaboard districts ought
to havo representation to sustain them; and it
Wore better lor the negroes they should have the
representation without the vote, than that thoy
Bhould not have it at all. Nor will it render oui
action leas objectionable to the authority which
assumes to set in judgment on us, and in consider
ation of whoso judgment some of our actions
would .seem to have beou taken. It is objected
now that tho negro will be socially districted, and
atill bo made to boar burthens without anything to
aay about them. But it will be worse if he shall be
districted territorially also, nnd the race which im
pOBOs tho law will not be by to share it.
The election of Governor by the people would
not Ht'cni to be a matter of vital interest. It is re
garded as n just concession to the Democratic
spirit of the Stato, and, as such, is commendable,
of oourao; but in giving the Governor a four years'
term there would soom to bo a kind of set-off, to
take away some of the force of the original cour
tesy, and to leavo it doubtful whether democracy
is gratified or not.
To guard still further against tbo possibility
that power shall ever pass from the hands of the
nppor districts, which now for the time have
acquired the chance to wield it, it is provided that
no district shall havo moro than twolve Represen
tativos, no matter what may be its population; and
Charleston, therefore, though she can havo no
representation but of her white population, can
not havo more than just that number to which
tho most populous upper district ia entitled, no
matter what oven that whito population may be;
but that sho may not be put ontircly out of humor,
aho is allowed two Senators extra, who, wliile they
may appear to compensate tho loss of Representa
tivos in the lower house, can bave no roal influence
on legislative action.
Tho action of the Convention, so far, indicate?
tho theory that slavery will be less distributed horo
after; that emigrants will come, and will come,
rathor to the upper districts; that they will tend
to drive in the negroes to tho lowor, and that such
lower districts, so charged with nogroes, should
havo no powor to control the action of the State.
This theory is, porhaps, true. In tho naturo ol
things, perhaps, thoro is a tendoncy to segrega
tion; and it may naturally happon that the negroes
will bo in one section of tho State and tho white
pooplc in the other; but wo doubt if this would be
the boBt for us, or whether tho Stato should holp
to bring it about;?tho best for thoso it might be
from whom tho nogro should be drawn, but nol
for those to whom ho comes. And especially nol
best, if, in that isolated condition, thoy shall have
no powor of solf-diroction, but must rely upon the
good sonso or good fooling of auothor section foi
tho measures necessary to thoir safoty and well
boing. This wiU he the same drama over agair
which has just come to such bloody close in th<
Nor would it bo well fo;- the negro. Ho has nt
capacity to pr?vido employments for himsolf, an<
if supported, therefore, he must bo supported hi
the enterprises carried on by white people, am
that this may bo done ho ought to bo distributed
Tho seaboard districts, with even a diminished po
pulation, and that impoverished, cannot providi
employment for all the nogroos of tho Stato; am
practically, thorofore, it will bo tbo ostablishmou
of a colored colony, which, of all things concciva
bio, would bo tho worst.
It was important, however, that tho action c
this State should bo agreeable to the Government
At tho beat it may bo hard to carry the Stat
back into Congross, and that can only bo oxpooto
from tho Government: and that the Governmon
might undertako tho task, it was Important it
views should be mot, and we preaume thoy hav
boen. Tho State has not boon negroized, but i
has beon domooratizod thoroughly. Tho fin
would have beon more agroeablo to the Bepubl
oans; but tho latter is doubtless more pleasant t
the President. He ia an honoat Democrat. He i
so eealouB for horizontal equality, he is notwillin
that even a negro should bo put above awhii
man. Ami; on finding this Stato now tho moi
pure and perfect expreasion of his social thoorj
will fcol it hi? especial work to take it safoly
through tho fiery triala that await us. Wo do not
bcliovo it was the condition of hia fnvor and sup
port that wo should popularizo tho Constitution;
but wo oan readily suppose it will not diminish his
interest in tho State that bIic has so considerately
stript herself to his policy.
The Next CSoveriior.
A letter, signed by ninety-two citizens of much
influence, from all parts of tho Stato, has boon ad
dressed to tho Hon. Jas. L. Our, requesting him
to cousont to serve as Governor of the State un
der the new order of things. The term, now, will
be for four years, and it will ho tho first opportu
nity tho people of tho State havo had of voting di
rectly for the Commandor-in-chiof of South Caro
lina. It will ho scon, by the following reply, that
Col. Oim consonts tobo a candidate.
Columiua, September 25, 18C5.
Gentlemen: I have the honor to nckuowledgo
tho receipt of your letter of this date, inviting mo
to hecomo a candidato for Govornor at tho ap
proaching olection, on tho third Wednesday of
Tho great iucreaso of responsibility resulting
from the extension of tho term to four year?, and
tho change in our political and industrial rela
tions, rciuior me distrustful of my ability to dis
chnrgo tho dutios in a manner to satisfy your just
expectations. I do not, howovor, feel at liberty
to declino the invitation, and therefore cousont
that my name he placed in nomination.
For the complimontary terms in which your iu
vitation is communicated, I heg to niako my cor
dial acknowledgment. If elected, my energies
shall bo earnestly devoted to develop tho agricul
tural, commercial, mechanical and educational re
sources of tho State, and to urge hor forward in
that career of prosperity which I earnestly hope
mav mark her future.
I'havc the honor to he, gentlemen, very respect
fully, vour obedient sorvaut,
"J JAMES L. ORR.
To Messrs. D. I?. Wardlaw, T. N. Dawkius, C.
W. Dudley, F. J. Moses, and others.
" ? m
Gov. Perry for the U. S. Senate.
"Timon," in tho Columbia Phoenix of tho 26th
inst., Bays that it is generally understood th at His
Excellency B. F. Perry will bo assigned to this
distinguished post of honor and usefulness.
- ? ?
It will bo observed by tho following correspon
dence that the Masons of this Stato aro to send a
distinguished Brother to attend a general moot
ing of tho Order from all parts of tho United
States, which will bo hold in Kentucky in Octobor
next. Henry Buist, Esq., has been appointed
the delegate to roprcsent tho Masons of South
Columbia. September 18, 18C5.
Henry Buist, P. G. M., G. L.
Dear Sir and Brotoek : Presuming on vour
well known and deep interest in all matters wliich
arc likoly to affect the fortunes of Free Masonry
on this continent, and knowing well yonr superior
fitness and ability to engage in tho promotion of
this object, I take leavo to appoint you as the dcl
cgato Ironi tho Grand Lodge of South Carolina to
tho Convention of tho fraternity to be held some
time during tho next month, in tho City of Louis
ville, Kentucky. Warmly and sincerely entreating
you to accopt tho appointment, I am, ilear Broth
er, yours fraternally,
JOHN H. BOATWRIGHT,
G. M. of tho G. L. of S. C.
Newberry, S. C, Sept. 21, 1805.
Bro. John If. Boatwright, Grand Master of Masons
of South Carolina
Dear Sih and Brother : Your communication
of the 18th inst. was handed to me to-day in this
town, whoro I am for a brief season resident.
Anterior to its receipt, I had Been reference
made to the Convention which, at the instance of
tho Grand Master of Kentucky, it was proposed
should ho held during the ensuing month, und it
occurred to mo that it would he eminently appro
priate that tho Grand Lodge of this Stato should
uo represented in that Convention.
Tho great struggle in which the North and
South have been participants has ended. Wo of
tho South contended for the maintenance of prin
cipios wo deemed constitutional and fundamental,
and with honesty and determination vindicated
them in tho conflict of arms.
Now that tho contest is ovor, and wo havo failed
to assort what wo regarded as tho right, it be
comes us like men finally and irrevocably to sub
mit to tho result, and that submission should be
in tho utmost sincerity and tho beat faith.
Tho Government of tho United Statoo is now
that to which wo all, as citizens, owo undivided
faith aud allegiance, and I bcliovo that it will ho
as magnanimous and beneficent in peace as it has
boon powerful in war.
Tho highest statesmanship, the profoundest
wisdom, which can now be manifested, is con
ciliation and harmony with those with whom our
fato 1b indissolubly linked. Our future is that of
our common country, and wo shall becomo great,
and happy, and prosperous only as that country
Freo Masonry may well ho invokod to do its part
in tho work of conciliation. Founded upon the
rook of brotherly love, supported by tho pillar of
charity, those- who minister at its altar may effect
very much in strengthening tho bonds of frater
nity which should bind all sections and States and
I accopt tho appointment you tender, and will
dovoto myself with earnestness to tho accomplish
ment of tho objects and purposes of tho Conven
tion. I remain, very fratornally, vour obedient
sorvant, HENRY BUIST.
The Opening In the South for Northern
Two ideas constitute a largo part of the editorial
capital of tho Southern press. Tho first is thai
white laborers oan comfortably perform out-door
toil in tho cotton and sugar States, and tho soconc
is that Southern mon should not bo hasty in sell
ing their plantations under tho disuonragomonl
which thoy gnconntor in viow of tho abolition o;
slavery. Tho Shrovoport News saya :
Many a man, without reflection, and in a fit o
despair, is ready to soil his land for a pittance
upon tho ground that it will bo moasurably worth
less for long years to como, as froo negroes cannot
bo mado to work, and no other laborers will coim
in to supply their places. Wo eay to such don'i
bo hasty; koop your laud if possiblo: if you have
good land and a plenty of it, you have a suro ant
certain fortune. Thi.iga aro now at thoir worst
many have no hopo in the futuro, and speak o:
leaving tho country ovon if thoy have to niako a
sacrifico of their lauds to got away. This is al
wrong, and you will aoon acknowledge this your
self. Some of tho negroes will work as well ai
evor; in truth, thoy must be made to work, if thej
rofu80 to go at it voluntarily, for pooplo cannot b(
supported without work; then the valuo of oui
Southern crops will draw to tho country ontor
prising laboring men from every quarter of tin
world. And this will soon bogin to work, and tin
reault will be apparent lu tho incroasou produc
tion and in an enhanced valuo Of landod property
In regard to tho circumstancos which slioulc
oncourago farmers to take advantage of tho goot
, bargains that aro thus offered, we quote fron
1 another editorial of tho New?:
, For somo years to come our crops will bo com
' paratively small, but oven these small orops wil
1 bring into tho country a very largo amount o
caah, as prices will continue to bo largo so long ai
. thoro is a deficiency in tho yield, A orop o
1,000,000 bales at 80 conts will bring as mucl
J money aa 4,000,000 halos at tho avorage price o
1 former yoara.
t . Bui tho change in our lato system will neccssi
tato a corresponding change in our planting ope
rations. Great plantations will d.sappoar alto
? other, at least for many years to come, as nopru
ont man will risk a largo orop until labor is mor.
._ abundant and moro certain than at present. I
man will never risk a hoavy crop of sugar or cot
ton unless ho is perfectly certain of hia labor fo
d the wholo year, and this ho cannot bo under ox
lt iating circumstances.
For a time, and until labor is more oertain am
abundant, all our farms will bo small, bat the
will bo better cultivated, and altogether better at
it tended to than at present. Familios will sottle fo
, life, as goinrr into the woods to open a plantatio
will be a very serious affair, who., moat of th
r work will havo to bo dono by one, or at least b
only a few pemons.
The Daily News announces ihe marriage, at Si
g Potcr's Church. Brooklyn, on tho evening of th
,o 20th of September, of Major John G. Stokes, lat
ik ?i i?e Confederate army, to Holen M., danghte
of General Henry H. Sibley, lato of the Oonfcde
r, rate army,
*-- COMMITTEE OF RELIEF. WAHD No. 7.?PER
sons in this Ward entitled to RATIONS will ploaso call
on tho undersigned. No. 49 Amorica-strcct, To-Morrovr,
2'Jth inst., rrom half-past 0 to half-past 8 o'clock, A. M
and 4 to 0 P. M. and rcccivo t Jelr ticket?. In order to
draw thoir rations next day. H. D. KJBK,
Septenibor 28 1 President.
SB-WARD NO. 7.?THE CANVA88INO COMMIT
too of tho Iloiiso of Industry will continuo to solicit con
tributions, of money or kind, from tho residents of that
Ward, during this and tho ensuing week. Tho under
signed gentlemen comprise tho Committee.
8. D. KIRK, Chairman.
Rev. ALES. W. MARSHALL.
ELISUA E. UKADLEY.
?u- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOL
LOWING described CERTIFICATES OF STOCK in tho
Great Western Insurance Company of New York havo
been lost, and that after tho usual period application
will be mode, as usual, for new Certificates, viz: No. 379,
17th May, 1858, St Shares ; No. 'J89, 11th June, 1858, 20
Shares. Both in name of E. L. Trcnholm, in trust for
Eliza D. Trcnholm. the* September It
$gp OFFICE CHIEF QUARTERMASTER, CUAHLEtJ
TON, S. C, SEiTE-BEn 27, 18GC.?1'ropoBals will bo re
ceived at this (Mice until the 90th instant, to furnish
FIVE HUNDRED (500) CORDS OF WOOD, viz : 400
cords of Oak Wood, of good quality, ami 100 cords ot
Yellow Pino Wood, to bo delivered to Captain Tnos. B,
Lkisenbino, Post Quartermaster, at the Union Wharf,
foot of Pinckney-strcet. JNO. H. MOORE,
Captain and A. Q. M., Chief Quartermaster MUltary
Listrict of Charleston. September 27
ffS~ STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA?CHARLESTON
DISTRICT.?By GEORGE BOTST, Es??ulrc, Ordinary.?
Whereas, THOMAS H. ABBOTT, of St. James Gooso
Creek Parish, "Physician," made suit to mo to grant
him Letters of Administration of tho Estato nnd Effocts
of MARY THOMAS, late of St. James Gooso Creek Par
ish, "Widow": These are, therefore, to cito and ad
monish all aud singular the kindred and creditors of tho
said Maby Tuosus, deceased, that they be and appear
before mo, in tho Court of Ordinary, to bo hold at
Charleston, at No. '3 Rutledgc-fitrcot, on tho 12th day of
October, 1805, after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in tho
forenoon, to show cause, if any they havo, why the said
Administration should not he granted.
Given under my hand, this 27th day of September,
Anno Domini 18C5. GEORGE BUI8T,
September 28 thi Judge of Probates.
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HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF SO. OA., >
Hilton Head, S. 0., Sopt. 21, 1866. J
[Geki-iut, Oiiuers, No. 37.}
I. OAPT. W. E. MORFORD, A- Q. M., V. B. A. VOL8.
is hereby announced aa Acting Chief Quartermaster o
this Department, during the temporary absence of MaJ
0. W. THOMAS, Chief Quartermaster.
IL Major E. C. GULP, 25th Ohio Yot. Vola., Actin
Assistant Inspector-General for tho District of Por
Royal, la hereby announced as Acting Inspector-Genera
of the Department, In addition to his other duties, dur
Ing the temporary absence of MaJ. J. P. ROY, 6th U. S
Infantry, Acting Inspector-General of tho Department.
By command of Brevet Major-General Ob_b. Devenu.
Official : W. L. M. BURGER,
September 26 3 Assistant Adjutant-Gonoral.
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September 11 8moa August-, Ga.
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HEAtKjtTAJvTERa, MU?. BIST. CHARLESTON,)
FllOiT SRPARATK BRIGADE, j
Cuaslu,ton, S. C, Sept. 25, 1865. )
[ORNERAI. OllJlKRd, MO. 101.]
I. Biforo a Military UommiBaion which ronvcncd at
Charleston, H. C, pursuant to Special Orders No. 193,
dated Headquarter? Military District of Charleston, De
partment of South Carolina, First Soparato Brigadft,
CbarlcBton, t?. C. August 19, 1865, and of which Capt.
ADOLPH DENNIG. 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers, ia
Prosident, woro arraigned and tried:
1.? HUSKY WEATHEKHOHN (civilian).
Charoe?"Aiding and Abetting in Forgery."
Specification?In this, that he, tho said HENRY
WEATHERHORN, of tho City of Charleston, In the State
of South Carolina, citizen, did aid and abet one Frank
Mazyck In forging and causing to be forged the name of
one John W. Mazyck as an endorsement to a certain draft
for tho payment of certain money?, to wit: Two Hundred
Dollars, which said draft is to the tcuor following, that
is to say:
No. 700. New York, Aug't 2, 1865.
CITY NATIONAL BANK,
PAY. TO THE OEDHB OF JOHN W. MAZTCK,
(stamp } "Two Hundred Dollars."
$200 (Signed) WILSON k CARMAN.
and which said draft belonged to and was payable to the
order of the said John W. Mazyck, with tho intent and
purposo to defraud the said John W. Mazyck of the said
moneys. All this in the said City, on or about the Kith
of August, 1865.
To which Charges and Specifications tho accused plead
ed as follows :
To tho Specification of the Chargo?"Guilty."
To the Chargo?"Guilty."
The Commission, having maturely considered the evi
dence adduced, Und the accused, the said HENRY
WEATHERHORN, as follows:
Of tho Specification of tho Charge?"Guilty."
Of the Charge?"Guilty."
And the Commission does, thorefore, sentence hlin,
tho said HENRY WEATHERHORN, "to be confined at
hard labor for the period of one year, at such place as
the Commanding General may direct."
2.? WILLIAM BAYNE, Private Company "I", 47th
Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers.
Specification?In this, that he, Private WILLIAM
BAYNE, Company "I", 47th Pennsylvania Vcteruu Vol
unteers, did, on or about the 16th or August, 1865, felon
iously forge the name of Frank Mazyck upon a stolen
cheek of Two Hundred Dollars, belonging to Mr. F. W,
Mazyck, be, BAYNE, knowing at the timo that said cheel
was stolen, with promiso of rocolving Fifteen Dollars oi
its value, wheu cashed. AU this in the City of Charles
ton, 8. C.
To which Charge and Specification the accused plcadcci
as follows :
To the Specification of tho Charge?"Not Guilty."
To the Charge?"Not Guiltt."
Tho Commission, having iuatur.il y considered tho cvi
denco adduced, find tho accused, the said WILLIAM
BAYNE, Private Company "I", 47th Pennsylvania Vol
untcers, as loUows :
Of tho Specification of tho Charge?"Vot ntrti.v?."
Of ?Ue CUuigu?"WOT GUILTY."
And the Commission does, therefore honorably acquit
him, the uatd WILLIAM BAYNE, Private Company "I"
47th Pennsylvania Volunteers.
3?JAMES ROBSON (civilian).
Specification.?In this, that ho, tho said JAMEf
ROBSON, of Savannah, Ga., did, on or about the 27tl
day of August, 1865, while on excursion on the bay o
Charleston, S. C, tako from tho person of Llout. G. A
Kimball, 35th U. S. O. T., a Gold Watch and two valuabli
Rings, valued at three hundred dollar'- Said Rings wen
found upon the person of JAMES ROBSON. All tula oi
or about tho 27th day of August, 1865, in tho bay o
Charleston, S. C.
To which Chargo and Specification the accused pleadet
To the Specification of the Chargo?"Not Guilty."
To tho Charge?"Guilty."
The Commission, having maturely considered the cvi
donee adduced, finds tho accused, the said JAMES ROB
SON, as foliowa:
Of tho Specification of the ?"Tiargo?"Guilty."
Of the Chargo?"Nor G?.i:.-y of Robbory," but "Gun,
TT of Larceny."
And the Commission docs, therefore, sentence htm
tho said JAMES ROBSON, "to bo confined at hard labo
for tho porlod of one year, at such place as the Com
mandlng General may direct."
II. The proceedings, findings, and sentences in th
foregoing cases of HENRY WEATHERHORN (clvUlan;
and JAMES ROBSON (civilian), aro aunroved. The Ben
teneos will bo carried into oxecution. Castle Pincknej
Charleston Harbor, Is designated ao tho place of confini
ment, whore tho pri6onors will be sent with a copy c
this Order. Tho Provost Marshal Is charged with it? ei
The proocodinga and findings in the case of Privat
WILLIAM BAYNE, Company "I", 47th Pennsylvanl
Votoran Volunteers, are approved. He will be release
from arrest and restored to duty.
By command of Brevet Brig.-Qen. W. T. Bhnnbtt.
GEO. W. HOOKER,
Assistant Adjutant OeneraL
Geo. W. Hookkk,
Assistant Adjutant General,
September 27 3
HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF SO. 0A.,\
Hilton Head, 8. 0., Sept. 22, 1865. }
[General Ordrrs, No. 38.]
I. ALL PROVOST, SUPERIOR OB OTHER MILITA
RY COURTS, will, on tho last day of this, and each sue
ceedlng month, render an account of all fees, finoB o
sums of money which shall have m any way come int
their possession, and of all expenditures which they sha'
have Incurred. Said accounts will be rendered by th
Clerk or Treasurer of tho Court, audited and approve
by tho Judge or Judges, and forwarded through tho Sut
Dlatrlot and District Commanders to the Headiiuartei
of the Department.
IL The Commanding Officers of all Districts or Sut
Districts, m which any funds are raised, will cause a
account thoreof tobe rendered and forwarded to Denar
mont Headquarters on tho last day of this and ever
succeeding month, by tho Treasurer of such fund. Sal
account should be audited and approved by the Con
mandlng Officer of each Sub-District or District, and
possible, tho two officers, highest In rank, on duty wit
him as a Council of Administration. No expondltui
should bo made a charge on these funda, which at
of a strictly military nature, but only such as are lnou:
red for the benoflt of the cltlzonn, from whom the fun
la raised, In the abaenoo of complete civil government.
III. All accounts, referred to In Paragraphs I and I
should be rendered fully and by items, bo that Oommani
Inn Officers may too that fees, fine? and taxoa are aui
able, and that ?xpondlturoa are for legitimate object
Great care will be taken that all funda are In safe custcdj
and that any balance oan be paid over at onoe.
By oommani of Brevet M?j or-Gcn. Osa?*? devhh
Offleial : yr. W M. BUBOBB,
September M Assistant Adjutant-General,
SOUTH CAROLINA MASONIC HENEVO
nrm? rkoclar monthly meeting of this
X Society will be hold In Masonic Hall This Evening,
the 2Rth inn'.., at T. o'clock. Member? arc requested
to attend punctually ;?nd gt-norally.
By order Of the President. Vf. A. WILSON,
Meptembcr 38 1* Bee-rotary.
NOTICK?ISAItKLLA RYBCHN DIED IN
Wih_iiii>ton. N. C, on Friday, 15th inst. Her ef
fects are in charge of the el vll autborltios. It Is ?uppoB,
ed she hsii a ?stcr residing In Charleston.
KOYAIi HAVANA MITTKKY- SEVEN
ty-flve pensent, proiiiiuin paid for pruu_: informa
tion furnish?J; th<! lHKlicst rates paid for doubloons Md
all kinds ofgnlii ana allver. Taylor a co.,
Boptombcr '?h 3mos Rankers, No. 10 Wall-st., N.Y.
?VIOL'ND, IN THE POSSESSION OF A HTK
J tUtO. ?i lot of PLATED AND SILVER WARE,
marked "J. W. K." The owuer ?an have tho ssuio by
proving property, paying expenses, and rewarding tho
no?ro. Apply at this ofllco. September 25
(?_?T>/? A DAVI AUENTS WANTED TO
Nj) _/ _* ?ell a new and wonderful HEWING MACHINE,
the only cheap one licensed. Address SHAW A: CLARK,
Rldd'-lord. Main. _?linos September 15
(_AA A MONTH! AGENTS WANTED FOR
mo7\J six entirely new articles just out. Address O. T,
GAREY, City Building, Biddcfurd, Maine.
September 16 Amos
I7*IOR SALE?A LOT OF ULD PAPERS.
. Apply at this office. September 14
PRIVATE HOARDING.?A FEW GEN
TLEMEN can be accommodated at the corner of
King and Tradd-strects. Also, a pleasant ROOM, suita
ble for man and wile. DAY BOARDERS taken.
THE FIRM OF TURNER k LEWIS IS TniS DAY
dissolved by mutual consent. All parties indebted
to the tlrm, wlU mako payment to Mr. 3. E. LEWIS,
who is alono authorized to receipt for the same. AH
claims must be presented on or before the 10th October,
18C5. TURNER A: LEWIS.
THE BUSINESS WILL BE CONTINUED IN FUTURE
under the name and firm of
J. E. LEWIS _ CO.,
September 28 _* Corner King and Hudson-ate.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM
in the WHOLESALE GROCERY and COMMISSION
BUSINESS, his son, FRANCIS L. O'NEILL, under the
firm and style of .JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON. They are
located at the old stand, No. 107 EAST BAY, where they
will bo pleased to Bee the old customers of tho house,
and aU others who may favor them with business. Tho
firm are uow receiving aud will in a few days bo ready
to fill the orders of their friends from a full and well
selected stock of goods. JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON,
Seytomber 2G tuthn3 No. 107 East Bay.
THE UNDERSIGNED -AVINO ASSOCIATED WITH
him^n business his son EUGENE R. WALTER, the
Firm will hereafter bo known as GEORGE U. WALTER
The new Firm will continue to receive and forward
promptly nil merchandise and produce confided to their
care, and they hope the patronage so liberally extended
to the old houae will be continued to the new Firm.
GEORGE H. WALTER.
Orangeburg, September 11, 18C5.
September 1* thstul2
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
JL COPARTNERSHIP for the purpose of carrying on
a GENERAL COMMISSION BU8INESS IN THE CITIES
OF NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON, undor the name
and firm in each city of Vf. B. k T. E. RYAN. WILLIAM
B. RYAN will be tho partner resident in Charleston, and
THOMAS E. RYAN the partner resident in New York.
Consignments of all kinds of Produco and Manufac
tured articles are rcspcctfuUy solicited.
WM. B. RYAN.TnOS. E. RYAN.
Place of business in Charleston at No. CO, West side of
East Bay-street, and three doors north of Tradd-street.
September 5 lmo
FOR LIVERPOOL, VIA NEW YORK.
"THE MERCHANTS' LINE OF FIB8T
CLASS SAILING PACKETS." VIA NEW
YORK. Take FreiRht to Liverpool,
Shippers of Cotton und other produce from
the interior of South Carolina aud Georgia can have their
consignments to me forwurded, free of commission, by
the above line. Only actual charges made. AR Railroad
Freight and other charges advanced shippers.
Freights to New York and engagements to Liverpool
made at lowest rates by sailing Ships or Steamers. Pre
sent rates to Liverpool, by ship, M to 0-32 penny; steam
er. 7-1C to .'? pennv?aU compressed.
Tho B. N. HAWKINS, o( this Line, in now loading.
Capacity 1000 baleB Cotton, or 4000 bills. Flour.
For Freight engagements, apply to tho ngent at
Charleston, S. C. WILLIAM ROACH,
North cor. East Bay and Boyce .V Co.'sSouth Wharves.
Agenta at New York?N. L. McCREADY k CO., No. 36
Advances made on consignments of Cotton to SPOF
FORD. TILESTON k CO., New York, or through them
to their friends in Liverpool.
September 25 _1 tuthal3
ithor o_ rimioiu, at low rates, for Schooner
B. N. Hawkins, or will bo purchased. If prices
uit. WILLIAM ROACH,
North corner Boyco's Wharf and East Bay.
September 28 _ 1
" F?RJPHltADELTpiTiA^TIIE A No.
1 Schooner JONAS SPARKS, having a large
portion of hor cargo engaged, will havo imm?
diate dispatch. For Freight, apply to
WILLI8 it CHISOLM,
September 27 2 Mills House.
FOR NEW YORK.?THE F I N SI
?new Schooner YICKSBURG, HaskeU master.
> will have immediate dispatch as above. For
Freight, apply to 'H. F. BAKER _ CO.,
September 21 No. 20 Cumberlaud-Btroot.
FOR NEW YORK.?MERCHANT'S
LINE.?Tho 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 the
Agent's office. WILLIAM ROACH,
North Cor. East Bay and Boyce'e South Whar_
September 22_ _
STONE LINE.?Tho packot sehr. WILLIAM L.
PRINGS, Steclman, Master, will havo dispatch
above. For Freight or Pansage, apply to
H. F. HAK KB _ CO.,
September 25 No. 20 Cumberland st root.
PEOPLES? STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
LINE COMPOSED OF
THE NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS
M0NEKA, (apt, Mar?hman,
EMILY B. SOUDER? Capt. Winchester
FOR NEW YORK DIREC
THE NEW AND FAVORITE PASSENGER STEAMER
CHAS. P. MAB8HMAN.Oomhahdbs.
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHABF, THIS
DAY, September 2Sth, at One o'clock, P. M. pro
49- There will bo a Mail Bag kept at the ofllco of the
Agonts, dosing always an hour before the sailing of each
Those vessels alternat?ig weekly, offering every Thurs
day to the traveling public a first-class passcagor boat
with superior accommodations.
For Passage or Freight apply to
WILLIS _ CHISOLM, Agents, Mills Houao.
NEW Y0RK& CHARLESTON STEAMSHIPS
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT.
THE NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIPS
(tnak?r City (sldewhoeJ), W. H. West, Commander.
drif.n-1? (propollor).R. Baxtkb, Oommandor.
Alhambra (propeller) ? R. B. Bkhbon, Oonuaudor,
THE V. B. MAIL STEAMSHIP
"ILL LEAVE BROWN'S WHABF on ?aft
80th September, at 1 o'clock, P. M.. praouat-f.
WILL LEAVE BROWN'S WHABF on Saturday
80th September, at I o'clock. P. M.. precu_y.
Vor Freight or Passage, having HANDSOMtS A(V
OOMMODATIONH. apply io BAVXNEL - OO.,
Bon th corner of Eas t Bay an d Vand erh orsfs Wharf,
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