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lato ef \ I late of H. W. CoNNKii A Co. ) (IV. M. ft J. C MARTIN & Co. CONNER & WILSON, HANKERS & BROKERS, No. 5 Broad-street, Dealers In Foreign and Domestic Exchange, COIN, BANK NOTES, STOCKS, DON DB, Ac. COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE. DEPOSITS RECEIVED. DRAW ON NATIONAL BANK OF TUE STATE OF I NEW YORK. November 13_mw fl mo k.H.DsLEON, No. 22 Bro.-.d-strcet, STOCK, REAL ESTATE BROKER, AM? COMMISSION AGENT, WILL BUY AND SELL STOCKS. BONDS. COU pons, Bank-bilbt, Real Estate, Oold and 8Uvor Coln. Exchange, Ac. JO_NjvvcmbcrJ M. P. MATHESON, (LATE OF H. W. CONNER A CO.) B H O K E K , AND DEALER .IN COIN, BANK NOTES, AND j FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, No. 9 BROAD-STREET. October 30 Imo* .tos. pl i .Io l> li son.S a ml. c. Black. JOHNSON"! BLACK, STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS, Exchange and Collection Agents, CHARLESTON, S. C. BBRBBKOm : JAMES ADOER A CO., ADAMS, FROST A CO., Charleston, 8. C. ; JOHN FRASER A CO., F. J, PORCHES, Charleston. 8 J3. _ Imo ?_November 0 H. W. FEHDEN ST o OIK: BROKER, WO. 84 EAST BAY, VP STAIRS, HEALER IN Sold and Sifter, Bauk Notes, Foreign ail? | DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, STATE ANO RAILROAD MONDS, eke. REFERENCES: Messrs. JOHN FRASER A CO.. Charleston. Messrs. WILLIS A CHISOLM, Charleston. Messrs. MOTTET, HUCUET A CO., Charleston. November 4 Imo* (?E0. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Merchants and Bankers, CHARLESTON, S. C. WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO., ! Commission Merchants, No. 147 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK. October 10 _m wi 2 WILLUM B. HERIOT & CO, BANKERS AND GENERAL AGENTS, No. 240 King-street, CHARLESTON, S. C. RECEIVE DEPOSITS AND ALLOW LNTERE8T THEREON. DEAL IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EX CHANGE. MAKE COLLECTIONS AND PROMPT RE TURNS. References tn New Yorki Messrs. DUNCAN, SHERMAN A CO. Messrs. H EN KY CLEWS A CO. RICHARD LATHERS, Esq., President Great Western Insurance Company. B. J. HOWLAND, Esq., No. 80 WaH-strcet, GEORGE T. HOPE, Esq., President Continental Insur ance Company. October 20 HENRY WILLIS, ~ EXCKANQ-E BROKER, NO. 70 BROA D-8TRKET. THE SUBSCRIBER HAS LOCATED HIS OFFICE AT the Old Stand, where he has been since 1838 (ex cept during the war). He is prepaced to pay the highest prices for GOLD, SILVER, BANK BILLS, CORPORA TION BILLS, COUPON8,QLTARTERMASTER'S VOUCH ERS; also, to negotiate Loans. DJ short, to do and por orm all business with dispatch appertaining to his office._Imo*_November 14 A. FOSTER BLACK, ^NTo. SB Hay ne- streets SECOND FLOOR, AGENT FOR THE 8ALE OF FLEES, CRUCIBLES, AMD STEEL, manufactured by tho Whipple File Company. Their Files took the highest premium at the American Institute, in October bist, over aU others, and are sold for less. Also, for the Union Vice Company, formod for tho manufacture of BRAINARD'S PARALLEL TRAVERS ING VICE, patented January 3, 186&, combining more dvantages than any other n usc, and fast supetceding hero all. Above articles supplied at manufacturers' prices. Orders also received and promptly attended to for the I procurlug or manufacturo of any description of Toola and Machinery. _fmw November 10 ROPER & STONEY. SUCCESSORS TO O'HEAR, ROPER ft STONEY,) FACTORS ANO GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, VANDERHORST'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, H. C., WILL ATTEND TO ANY KIND OF BUSINESS entrusted to their care. RICU'D ROPER.THEO, STONEY. November 1 wfm26 R.Q. PINCKSMEY, Factor and Commission Merchant, WUl attend to Purchase, Sale and Forwarding < 'otton, Rice, Naval Stores, Lumber, or other Merchandize. .WiU also pay special attention to the Purchase and Ralo of LANDS, BONDS, STOCKS and the RENTING .AND LEASING OF HOUSES AND PLANTATIONS.' OFFICE No. 7 VANDERHOR8T WHARF, CHARLESTON, H. C. October 13_ fmw2mo E. B. STODDARD & GO., WHOI.FHALE DEALERS IN BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS, AT THEIR OLD STAND, No. 165 Meeting-Street, CHARLESTON, S. 0. npiAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCINO THEIR RE JL SUMPTION of business, and Invite the attention of purchasers to their Stock, which la now complete September 90 JOHN KING & CO., IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS GROCERIES PROVISIONS FLOUR FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS 8EGARS CROCKERY, HOLLOWWARE AND GLASSWARE. ALSO, BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, Ac. No. 88 BASEL-STREET. November 1 wfm TO THE LADIES. MRS. Ci cr~PE*ERS, NV>. 4- Greorsce-street, rieur Anson. Stamps, Embroideries and Braidings ON EVERY VARIETY OF MATERIAL. November 8 Imo C. HANSEN, MANUFACTURER OF HAVANA AND FINE DO MESTIC CIGARS, winch, in proportion to quali ty, I amable to sell cheaper than any other hourn- in the city, in quantities to suit purchasers, ot NO. 62 8001ETY-8TREET, Bocond door from King-Ht., opposite Merchants' Hotel. ALSO, Dealer in LEAF TOBACCO. Novembor 14 Imo* NOL?JSr?" & CO., snccEAdons or A. M'KKNSIB A CO., SADDLERS & HARNESS MAKERS, .vrso j, IMPORTERS OF ENGLISH SADDLER!, LEATHER, WHIPS, TRUNKS, ETC., No. 119 MEETING- - STREET, NEAR MARKET, CHARLESTON, S. C. JNO. C. NOLAND.M. BOLGER. Lrto of A. McKensle k Co. November 13 Imo PUTTY UP ! PUTTY UP ! N. M. GILBEETH, No. 101 Market-street, HOUSE, SIGN, AND SHIP ARTIST, RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS ORDERS FROM HIS old aud new customers. GLAZING promptly attended to. PUTTY for sale. November 13 J. M. K??OTST,"" Commission Agent, IVO. 9 EXCHANGE-STREET, CHARLESTON. S. C. November 13__Imo S. T. ROBINSON & SON, Factors, and Commission Merchants, OFFICE : Northeast Corner nf East Bay nnd Accom modation \\'lim i l p Stairs. S. T. ROBINSON.JOHN ROBINSON (LA TE OF CALDWELL rf ROMXSOX.) November 4 Imo* ~~ T?co?s7sc?A?RHl?Rr~ Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Rice AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 18 North. Commercial Wharf, October 30 ' ron_CHARLESTON, B. C. Forwarding au? Commission Merchants, BROWN'S WHARP, CHARLESTON, S.C. L F. HUNT.J. H. HUNT, Jr. November 6 _ 10* NEWMAN & FOWLER, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ROUGH Al DRESSED RICE. ?-ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.-?? Office No. 250 King-st., opposite Uasel. ALEX. F. NEWMAN.EDWARD FOWLER. Hovember 4 Imo ~"(TH. & J. 6. MOFFETT, COTTON FACTORS And Forwarding Commission Merchants, CHARLESTON, S. C. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON Cotton, Naval Stores, and Produce of all kinds. G. H. MOFFETT.J. O. MOFFETT. October 17 _ _ Inn.* WILLIS & CHISOLM. FACTORS) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND SHIPPING AGENTS. WILL ATTEND TO THE PUBCHASE, SALE AND SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol COTTON, BICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES. ATLANTIC WHARF. Charleston, S. C. E. WILLIS.AR. CHISOLM. October 16_ W. C. BEE.THEODORE D. JERVEY WILLIAM C. BEE & CO., FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 18 EAST BAY. October 6 3mrs HOWE, D0UCIN & CO., Commission 1VT crehan ts Ship Chandlers and Grocers, No. 151 BAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C. C. BOWE, JB.r. If. nouoiN.E. O. H.,wv. c. & ET???WE, Commission Merchants, No. 71 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. . nowx, JB.K. o, nows. Consignments solicited. Prompt attention given to sales of Merchandise. Produce purchased on Commis sion, und liberal advances made. Refer by permission to MUHSI-S. H KS? V SWIFT A Co., No. IIB Broadway; JNO. M. SMITH'S SOI? A Co., No. 122 Broad-st. ; KEMI-, DAT A Co.. No. 116 Wall-it ; THOMAS k HKNIIAM, No. 108 llroadst., N. Y. <J:uo* Allou?t 2t ROBINSON & NELSON, NO. SOO KIM O-HT RIC 1ST, I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FINK ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' AND GENTS' I BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS, WHICH THEY OFTER TO SELL LOW. October tl Imo* C. A. Chlsolm.M. <;. Cfeleolm. II. I>. CHlaola*. fHISOMI BROTHERS, Shipping & Ueneral Commission Merchants, No. 7 0 East 13 ay, < M A HI.ICS TO*, S. C. WILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO THE PUR CHASE, Salo and Shipment of COTTON, RICK, NAVAL STORES, LUM UER, COAL, to. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED, on which LIBERAL ADVANCES WILL BE MADE. November 16 Imo B S. RHETT & SON, Factors and Commission Merchants, HAVE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE TO No. 195 East Bay, CHARLESTON. November 9 wfmlmo PETIT & BLYDEN, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, ISTo. 14:3 Meetixig-st. IFOR THE PRESENT), CHARLESTON, S. C., WILL ATTEND TO THE SALE OF COTTON AND PRODUCE, AND TO THE PURCHASE OF MER CHANDISE GENERALLY. Parties consigning goods to our caro must place us in un il s to defray expenses thereon, before goods are for warded. EDMUND W. PETIT.CHRISTOPHER BLYDEN. October 28 _ _ Imo THADDEUS STREET, Commission Merchant, No. 74 East Bay. CHARLESTON. S. C. November 1 ~MIKELI~& BOTL?7 Fo3?wax*d.iiig AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HOPKINS' TURN OUT, S. C. R. R. STRICT ATTENTION PAID TO CONSIGNMENTS of all MERCHANDISE for eiibor GrecnvUle or Charlotte Road, or any point in interior of State. Ordora for the Shipment and Purchasing of Cotton solicited, E. W. MIRKLX.WM. A. nOTT.F.. ltX.FEIlENCEH : ROBERTSON, BLACKLOCK A Co. H. BISCHOFF & Co. J. L. GANTT A SON. C. W. HENRY. November 1 Imo* JOS. B. RUSSELL.CHAS. 8. ELLIS. RUSSELL & ELLIS, Commission Merchants, Wilmington, N. C. October 30 3mos* ROBERTSuN^ KLACKLO'W iii CO. Factors and Commission Merchants, Vanderhorst's Wharf, CHARLESTON, S. C. ALEXANDER ItOHEnTHON.JOJfN V. BLACKLOCK. KDWABD N. THURSTON. October 26 Imo FACTOKS. JAMES M. CALDWELL & SONS, TSJ~o. 5 Cordes-street, BET. EAST BAY ?Si KERR'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. C. October 20_ _ _ Imo FRANCIS LANCE, BROKER. AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT, WILL BE HAPPY TO ATTEND PROMPTLY TO the sale and purchase of LANDS, STOCK AND PRODUCE of every description, at the large Warehouse in Queen-street, known as Yates', No. 33. He solicits patronage, and promises strict attention to the business, in which be has the experience of many years. Produce received on storage. Imo November 8 FL JEFFERS & co. FACTORS, Commission Merchants AND FORWARDING AGENTS, No. 118 East Bay. November* _ lmo_ T. ST&TT. G. BUD?7 Shipping and Commission Merchants, No. 13 VANDERHORST'S WHARF. CHARLESTON, S. C. Wn,L RECEIVE CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHAN DISE and PRODUCE, act as Agents for Steamers and Sail V?asela, reoeivo and forward goods per Rail road, ship Cotton to the North and Europe, make ad vances on the same when consigned to our friends; AU orders for Cotton, Rice, Naval Stores, Ac. November 1_Imo? PORCHER & HENRY, General Commission Merchants, DEALERS IN GRAIN, HAY and OTHER PRODUCE. F. J. PORCHER will resume bis former business as COTTON BROKER. CHARLES W. HENRY will attend to tho FACTO RAGE BUSINESS. OFFICE-VANDERHORST'S WHARF. FRANCIS J. PORO HEH.CIIAJU.ES W. BEEBY. November 8_ Imo* ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO., WHOLESALE DEAT.TIRH, Shipping and Commission Merchants, Nog. 126 AND 128 MEETING-STREET. WARRHO?BE? : Noe. ?3 ?ad 50 IIA8EL-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C. EDMOND A. SO or. KR..ARCHIBALD OBTTT. STXPBEM T. BOUDBB. November S JAS. B. CAHILL, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, AND DBALBR EM Groceries, Provisions, Wines ? Liquors, No. 171 Broad-street, AU? VST A, OHORQI A. OONSIONMKNTS SO LICIT KD. September 1 taos MATHEWES & FORD, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, No. 31 Eroacl-.-streot, BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND THE PUB LR! that they havrd opened, aa above, and will keep on hand, a full assortment of Family Groceries, Adapted to the city and country trade. W. H. CHAFEE, fVholcj'alp Uroppr & Coin mission Morchant, No. 305 ELWSL Bav, OPPOSITE NEW CUSTOM HOUSE. October 10 - Imo AUSTIN7?NDRUS & CO,, Wholesale Grocers, NO. 131 MEETING-STREET. COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH. October 21 Imo G. DAVIS & CO., DEALERS IN WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS, AND FINE GROCERIES, No. 213 King-street, in the Bend. ?S-ALL ORDERS RY? MAIL OR EXPRESS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. C.Mllll i:I. DAVIS.W. W. FAYF.TTK. I Octobor 21 Imo 14 JOSEPH A. TH0UR0N, 14 AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 14 Vendue Range, UNDER COLLONADE ROW, C li a r 1 os ton , S. C . MERCHANDISE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AND UNDERWRITER'S SALES, disposed o? at Public | and Private* Sole. AU business which maybe intrusted to his care shall receive prompt attention. BOT Out-door sales promptly attended to. Consign ments solicited. wfm .Imo September 20 NATHAN & OTTOLENGUI, AUCTIONEERS, Brokers and Commission Merchants, S. W. por. Meeting mid Wentworth-strpcts, CHARLESTON. S. C. M. IL NATHAN.ISRAEL OTTOLENGUI. WILL GIVE P^4R:ilOULw4R ATTENTION TO A LL . consignments entrusted to thom, and respectful ly solicit a share of-patronagc. Will Uei (i constantly on hand ull styles ol light Vehi cles and Harness. Aa- nts for Leather Bolting and Fire-engine Hose. REFERENCES. Mess. G. W. WILLIAMS A Go. Mess. HKVBY CoBIA k Co. Mess. M .ML...HALL, ULALU A Co. Mess. WILLIS A Ciusoui. October 10 Imo WILBUR & SON, GENERAL AUCTIONEERS St COMMISSION MERCHANTS, OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS Nos. 13 and 15 State-street and Nos. 1 and 3 Chalmers-street, CHARLESTON, S. C. ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF PRODUCE OR MER CHANDISE, either for PubUc or Private Sale, re specUuUy solicited. Real Estate, in City or Country, purchased and sold ttricUy on commxttion. Hi p tem her 27 33. McCALL, BROKER, AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION, AND General Collecting Agent, OFFICE No. 51 BROAD-STREET, CHARLESTON, H. C., HAS RESUMED BUSINESS, AND SOLICITS THE confidence of his friends and former patrons, heretofore so extensively bestowed. Strict personal attention given to the purchase and sale of REAL ESTATE, Stocks, Bonds, Foreign Ex change, Government and Personal Securities, Merchan dise, Ac, exclusively on commislon. Out-door Sales st Auction promptly executed. Agencies and Consignments of Merchandise solicited. Houses Rented, Rents and Accounts collected, as heretofore. Advances on property placed in bands for sale. Octobor 26_Imo DANIEL H. SILCOX, Furniture, Chair and Sofa Warerooms, AT THE OLD STAND, No. 238 King-street, NEXT TO PORTER'S GROCERY STORE. JUST RECEIVED. AND NOW OPENING. A LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF FURNITURE, ..^slating of CHAMBER SETS, DIN INO AND PAR LOU. SETS, with every variety of FURNITURE, at the 1 ?.west CASH PRICE. H ?plug, by strict attention to business, to merit the - vue p&tronogo formerly so liberally bestow od. November 3 Imo THURBER, SOHLE & C0\7 REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ISTo. 4 State-street, CHARLESTON, 8. C. JAMBS D. THURBER.CHARLES C. SOULE. October 25_ Imo? W. B. W?L??AMS, (LATS Or CA LD WI'. I,I., BI. A KEL Y A CO. AND BLAKXLY ? WILLI AMS, ) FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT No. 6 EXCHANQE-BTREET, October 30 Imo* CHARLESTON, 8. C. C. E. CHICHESTER, REAL ESTATE BROKER, No. 18 BROAD-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C. 1 GENT FOR TUE PURCHASE AND HALE OF A. Ks.i :, K?> i ATE lu any ot Hie Southern States. ALKO AGENT FOR THE HM,!'., DENTIN.i, UE> PAIRING. Ac. l r CITY PH OPE IN'J V. \.. / st ll CHARLES LOVE~ MAKER ANO IMPORTER OF SADDLES AND HARNESS, HAS RECEIVED BY RECENT ARRIVALS SADDLES FROM THE BE8T TO THE PLAINEST 81NOLR AND DOUBLE HARNESS COLLARS OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES ENGLISH MOUNTINGS AND STEEL CHIPNEY BITS And all the other articles usually found in a Sad diary establishment. Persona in want of the above will find it advantageous o call at his Btors in BBOAD-8TREKT, Next bin OU Stand at Ute corner ot Omreh ?tjmwmm tewanao Dr- GEO. E. TRE8C0T. OFFICE MO. awENTWOKTU-HTRKKT. RESIDENCE No. GO Meeting-street. Imo* November 1 B7A. RODRIGUES, M. D., SURGEON DENTIST, ROOMS NORTHWEST CORNER OF SOCIETY AND M EKT INO -STREETS. October ta Imo* A. W. M. n, i.A. F. tam Voordta. A. W. ECKEL & CO., Apothecaries and Chemists, No. 215 King-street, Near Market, Charleston, So. Ca. OUR STOCK COMPRISES A FULL ASSORTMENT of every article appertaining to the business, all of the FIRST QUALITY, and at reasonable prices. Proscriptions prepared at all boura of thc day and night. Imo October M New Drug Store AT FLORENCE, S.C. firE RJWProTPWUljJi INFORM OUR FRIENDS. VT and tho Public generally, that wo aro now receiv ing, ami will Howl offer, at wholi-Kalc and retail, the larg est and best selected stock of tine Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes, Ac, In fact, BVOTjr article usually found iu a first-class Drug ?tore. Our stock lias been selected from tho IorgcHt importing nOUSOS of New York and Philadelphia, hy uno of ex perience; consequently wo feel no hesitation in warrant lng cvory article os being strictly puro. Prescriptions will be accurately and neatly compound ixl, at all hours of the day and night. October 21 JARRATT, B.VOOT A GO. LAYV NOTICE. BREWSTER7& SPRATT, Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in Equity, OFFICE NO. KO II AXEL-STREET, UP STAIRS, NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE. November 7 Messrs. McCRADY & SON, Attorneys at Law, HAVE RESUMED TUE PRACTICE OF TIIEIR PRO FESSION, and for the present may be found at No. 50 MEETING-STREET, next tho South Carolina Society Hall. October 25 WILLIAM RHETT, ATTORNEY & MAGISTRATE, NO. 30 BROAD-STIIKKT. October 14 Imo W. L. T. PRINCE, ATT< )RNEY AT LAW SOLICITOR IN EQUITY, OFFICE AT CHERAW, S. C. PRACTICES IN THE COURTS FOR CHESTERFIELD, WALTERUORO'. DARLINGTON, and MARION. November 13 Imo G. BAILEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OS- OFFICE No. 33 UROAD-STREET. October 10 Imo H. T. PETERS, TJ. S. Licensed. Lottery, AOENT FOR THE MANAGERS OF THF. DELAWARE, KEN TUCKY AND MISSOURI STATE LOTTF.UIKS, OFFICE No. 30 CAUEEN-STREET. Combination-Three number plan draws every day. Havana plan Lottery draws thu last day of every month. Whole tickets, $10; Halves, $6; Quarters, $2.60; Eighths, $1.25. Address H. T. PETERS, Ne. ?MI Quccn-st., Ootobor 19 Imo Or Key Mox 52 P. O. NORTH, STEELE k WARDELL, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, CUTLERY, HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac. No. 167 Meeting-street, Charleston, S. C. J. B. STEELE. > j C. C. NORTH, A. W. WARDELL, Jr. J J Now York. October 18_3mos D. O'NEILL ci SONS, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES, No. 375 King-street, CHARLESTON, S. C. CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LAROE STOCK OF FINE FUR AND WOOL HATS, FOR MEN AND E0Y8. September 21 2mo* F. MELCHERS, BOOK STORE, No. 199 KING -STREET, ONE DOOR BELOW MARKET-STREET, Charleston, S. C. CARD PRINTING AT NEW YORK PRICES. 49-Tbe latest New York papers constantly on hand, - sa August 25_ f IUEEKAT AMARGO DE CASTILLA BITTERS FOR SALE BY CAHILL & CO., SOLE AGENTS, CORNER EAST BAY and LODGE ALLEY? September 27_ PROSPECTUS or THE WEEKLY RECORD. THE SUBSCRIBERS WILL. COMMENCE, IN THE City of Charleston, early In November, a FAMILY JOURNAL, to bo known as Oio WEEKLY RECORD. It will contain eight pages of fine paper und clear type, and wul make, when bound, a volume of perma nent value. Wbllo containing all the latest religious intdliKonoo from the Churches at homo and abroad, it will aluo con tain a weekly digeet of social, nioroantllo and political Intelligence, aa well as general information on literary, sclentiflo and agricultural subjects, making a Journal ac ceptable to tho oily and country reador. Minutera throughout tho South, acting as agents and recriTing subscriptions, wtU l>e entitled to a copy. TERMS. For ono copy for six months.$2.00 For ono oopy for one year. 4.00 1 CLUB RATES. For ten copies to ons address, for six months.$16.00 For ten copio* to one address, for one year.30.00 All subscriptions to date from tho first of tho month In which received, . ADVERTISING RATES. One square.$2. Ot Every subs?quent insertion. 100 Contracts mada on reasonable terms. Subscriptions wlU be received at RUSSELL'S and COURTENAY'S Book Stores, and at tho offices'of COU RIER and DAILY NEWS. H. a BIRD.F. A. MOOD. ?-Address "WEEKLY RECORD," Key Box No. 3. Ootobor 1?