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No. d?iHAYNE-STOllfeiVr.
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: JTBIWiSi-CAB?.' .. I J .' i j,
?DAl tYr4>N\? YEAR.. -?y . '. i ?fi i-'- - fl ?VIVI W jft'00
'DAJI/r?-815.-M0NT??l .Ml* AUO.V.'?.li KV . ^. iv*?O
.??8iDgh>oopiea rar? (?np,, ; . ,.,,;.
I >-? IX A J. XX J.J. cl;X gi. *f.
'ir? rc&y&M*?
hews of the .Livorpooi, cotton^ nuurkiit of.lhP 3d
lanUnt, M brought by tho -Bfytah^ito'Vatikcr
Point. This dispatch is proobely tWeamo *8 ono
copied from.a.jouirai-pf a neighboring city, and
pui.h^hod.in 'th?. JV?tcs bf Thursday ?bf iring under
,tho. oQprn?cia) ?ho?4. Wo" co?lWquotitly have ron
lra^edfrom pablishing it.. Sucfc'telegrama arp of
n?.o^itp'thepiffcBB ?r'th^pitblio. ttuU ? ... .
.I A wy inWeoting letter .from. General WADE
HAMPTON1,to the people of tin's St ate, W?libofound
(itt our columns to-day. A-?"!" : ;
. ,, " J^;Pr?i?d?nt BUCHANAN'S book on liis Adminis
tration wi", bo found no?cccl'T? another "cbrumn,
?with ImnCB and commqntfe-i L { . t 1
Our ex-Confederate readers will bo pleased to
shako hands with Col. vos' BORCKE, whose racy
nAiTA&*?J^???^tcOQ^ in another
part of tho paper.
The steamer H. iV. Coil, well known in our
coantAfal?r?7 narrowly esXSpcd a BTT?OUB disaBt?r',
.:#*TplVbe,fa?3en jo-flUf ,k>?ai cplumn. .
_ Tho Washington ???ar- of Saturday, speaking of
y ^ie^tn^rjoiriisoN's viewe^wita-'referohce to tho
n '? pardon question, auye ;.. "ijo.. designs pardoning
V 'fklf" etcept about ono thousand of. the. civil | and
military leaders, whose fate will depohd oh the
actionr.of "Oongrcj?fiX A ???eV^" amnesty, except
ing theso caBes.i ie ?not. deemed expedient, ns the
. ., announcement of j a | proBoribod . list, would not
only cr?ale dissatisfaction throughout Hhe coun
try, but stiU' further embarrass tho President by
arraigning agayisthis'pol?cy a powerful combina
tion of the friends, anil tho ?yrnpathi?erB of the
excepted appliaanta."
Governor MABVR^ of Florida, in lus message to
the ConventiOBr expresses ..tho ?pinion that if tho
^ldTjed, faca in tiiis country ?an-ln* fully and fairly
protected in'their persona ' SUM" property, they
may be stimulated to be industrious and econoin
; ' ioki, in Ordef to" educate' tfc??nservej?' hind Ithoir
childron, and improve their physical, moral, and
',., intellectual ..condition, .Ve.<?nie? not man>'
years hence," tho beef fr<5e: ftf^ct?tufal peasantry
for dur soil arid climate fl? ?t tho world has ever
seen. Hut if doniod pr ot cet ion and justice, they
will bo deprived of tho ordinary motives to indus
try and economy, ,
The Lynchburg Yirjinicu^ of tho 12th, says in
Il ; reference to Qcp. JVIRHY 8*UTU, that -thia dis ti n
1 -, ?bitlhed genUctnon; late Confederit j? compandor
of thc Department of tho'Trans-Mississippi, reach
ed this city yesterday morning direct from Cuba,
.where he has beeu sojourning for several months.
1 Hie many :friends will welcome him .back', to the
. ,. , !.'r^Tlfiiry kgi?n,' Hp;fcbinee ?iipurtiuhncr"uf ?.nlliwritT
fironi; General ?&ANT to t?o ao, tq Lc .placed on the
footing of other Confederate officers of his rank:- -
From tho Mafion^ift. C.\ Crescent wc learn that
TT-^i} C7ft. DM)!?* ^a^didal?TXE-fc?pBcsent tho
first Cungrflssirinal -Dl^triut in Washington, at the
. ??st Kcaaion, .From our knowledge of, this gen tie
jnan.w.e can .sayj with tho fullest conviction, t^iKt
inrrufl a?iy/^libl^/n^a'rihi/S^^ tfee
'. - 'Ircrr^^a bash1, OOI?'DUDLH? is fchrrimflik ipfihaving
always'b?en a a8j)?y&"f'vl^ffilr^'^^'i'^PH vrorat
encmiea, wo believe, never slandered liirii ?ire-e?.t^
er or sece?aiomst.i -'T?ie? Colonel jias our ^e'^l
it. < , j -<IVc,r? tiif aajueipapen wo .also lft?rp..,t,hat a pub
.f?l;f?lj^g"$ti?*i*}i\: At -M?rJeU':Coitrtj: House;
h?,., .rNo?emrter G^A??iijatij/O: a^o3jc?gVafl?'',^?l maiu
'i; *':; ? Jijf?%if(t? T^?rV? 'Wdef, amT' protect property
in our midst. ' Vifl]n.mitjj??j?ffi^ and
tho meetyig adjourned to meet again on the 23d
inst. : 1;,-T?:
5 i I \ I ?IAH Pr?TbJJapp je?"?? ? TBurcff | Jliost "hard. A
corporal's gnard of clerks are e?gage'd in ?ettUng
np^the, affaire pf Ihis once terrible branch of thc
(;:%ooy?r,nmc.n?.'* ?i\? t??pol??'^h'A^Oongrese will,
.vi!/. ?iab<di?Bh:ih<? p'qrq?^?an'?[:?.c^L:Pi(r(^r^tnrh tol?a
- r ta rK}^ nfl Iji^?t*na'nt-Coltmoi and Atisiataut Adju
? 3i?j iti^^pn*ra^/;,'^l,';..V; 'M *",.. Z:" ! i .
Latest novices from TejtaB.ropteaent the cotton
fields aa r-cpiain?vg.unpicJied -the negroes refue
, jipg, iq worktfor love or' money.
Ti writer Ih tne'Cihciriniti $ar?h>,,who has' mj(do
ut ^!iM,$0tW^^ of
fi? ::Aoatlt,.AB t?raVx^Uio^..l)is,'o?b^^^tbns> ad-"
'''''i^s'^o^emitleh of oAnllKl 'M?denterpriae to g?
a South and engag? in tho. culture of cotton, wlif^h)
,r he thicks, for the next eight OT tendeara, will pay
' b?tber ithan'any. other. iiivlestm?t?t. 'Ile speaks
?Iktip^, ?f ihe;? Southern: Ijmpie+'Jn?'. thinke'>?W
?ov?rnment might now safely withdraw tbe n?li
. tarvj and leave thc States to manage their "own
'. ?'. ?tVa&8.' i feJL .-i \ .v> >.". ; j s i - *mvm
una P?.hf'lpaA European Powers favor a confj^
i ''-."'..ro todBvise-.meOTw/br.cJi^c^
. ; .;%$m\?rX>r.- - ? J- -:r. t, l;i, ^, 0 ' Kg
i ?mai t:0ount ?UHnM?um dfjfgn*
'; iirW?C^cr?fc!^ i.?B been :a*y un?ri?nalineB?*W
<< , .. tweet*.our (^ve>jD??|^'j(n?;i?a('''^i^ ho irifipSS
'' ' ?;;?ent?.:,,! . ..=. ; >? h.a ii ; '%:?.{
Tho Independence Ukffe' k?scrt? that rr?Dce^wnr
soon withdraw her troops from Mexico"a.nd that
tho aneech of tho Ewporoi- PQ jh0 opening o<i-tfce<
Ohamfcara VIllJ 4o.cX|pijiaf i^?a character a*'-^
?ju u ?funo?Tfl. au grounds for objection on tho part of
>Tv>*mti$iU:?8#Viya":mi m M.?J ??
T^e^.Bicb.mond.f-??HgiaVfr, of,the 13th inst., ap,'
nouncoB UM rtfst??ki?oh: of 'lands to numerous
parties in Loudonn and Fairfax Counties, Va., bj
mt, . .?> recent, order o( Gonoral EATON, CommieBiont?r
, I M?# th?? RMS I Born? j^V.l^d?arras have been
teld by frtfoorrieh, anU '4iaMj -yebei'vfe? ?mproVo?
, 'fi ';/?Mts,.wh^.aj;ef^(b?paid tsxx,unpTIdeUvery.'. "
AB we havo seen various conflicting statemonls
in roferenW-tWth* movements of \rr. HiTOUEt'
?we copy tho following from the Richmond Enquirer
WjQjUlt) PW be,jeb^.upon t ''Thie dl8tingrn?HM.
gentlefnah, whoettfic* to this city after hie recent
release from coon net? ti it in forzosa Monroe, vifft
.TAJCtlMfA Washington city a few days ago, And after a,
very short sojourn there, returned to thia-ptSKA
.cd immediately took paasagtjK!f?T New York jop
kd? wa^f^l^Arto. We aro not advisod aa* to
, , . . . whether Bo loaves' thil^country permanently or,
. "?aiyiAaporAiily. i^%^^injyrjM ^ ^B^aVdNr
. .11 jT^fVyV TV.ffr"%Uirik* hirn^he g,opd wisheB of
9<l ail our ciuleris'." ? U J- - ?I \ > #Tw ,/
The cattle diseAee is reportetf'f? 'haTe broken'
?ut ia Portugal.
.UJ?.JU.^JJ:.VJJJJL, TZnXT. t.A.\
SOT AIL communications xntetvled for publication in
this journal inust-^.nmithniped (o tfte EtUtnr <>J
thc lhiit}/Weir*, No?m ~Hn*i'*+-.*lr*et, Oho, lesion.
S. C. maintes ?4i?n?huhMitp>ns ta il?vbihiher,ry
Vqily News. ?.>::?.. r,i.. ........,/'.?-,. (,
W? narft?'?i uHtWiiibi iVViXMtA'Otfettmi ?rjBRI?ttU'A
tionej' - ' rtVfA tn : J.- .-. . ' . I : ? : r l i
Aavfirtisritletitsoitteidtxof UicvUyim?w bf awot^O
nied leith thc casli. . .;'?>..*-?.
THE' SUBJECT'oH-ttltfst' ?chorarinterest to
?^l,^ of
direct "taxesf to'tbe'Generaii.t?bvern^^
PwroJsi^B 'C?raoe..TTi&T ?H' .^^?''thrirfh
surprise upon Our people." "They hld riot'tsocn
accustOHje?i^.pa?J^;toxc8 t?J^he Govern
ment; . they -wore etiU \ lfif B> proposed ^expect
?a directllt?x'oh; lAnd.' =Whert -the act was
?passed), jjybro Was bb access1 ?ojot? pro-ce?dingV
|p| J5ongj;?j?s; ?jn#whep|'^ close
I of tho war, and tho resumption bf intercourse;;
jt1appeaie(d. tjtat .we woi#charged, not only,.
with a tax, but interest ce?t. thereon,
for .three year?, .thero_ was_surprisoj and it
were, perhaps, riot too muoh*4o??y??iat it was
not agfb?abT?. . *'.':| ' . .
rt Warf a'ctrept?d," hoVrevfer, as a necessary
.incident of otuvcoadition; ? Ouir ?atizeos wore
sadly witfiput.money,ja_nd are sb yetj" hut tho
ComfrrirelOn was c?urteo?4'4*<? ??onsiderate
the case was vital. : So'rho, at painful sacrifi
ces; raised- tVuf funatrjJsorAe', ; ?t-r ?ny^Belble
sa?n?oe,. cbuXd-jaofj, and cpr?Y?j?,ce?t 'o^.?te.fact^
the.^?T?r?is^foli did-not,- UR it. was nntnorizetT
to do, proceed nn? soll- but c?bscd'thdir o?ce,
and suspended' operations to ?he present time.
That was an act $f inconvenience to some.'
Many residen^p??t?oj?ty who had failed, up
.time at 't^^tllw'Tjffice closed, to get thc
money, Boon aftei^p^it; many away, from the
perfect suspension of: intercourse with the
country, soon after returned, and they .find it
hard 'ho bo changed! with the t?n p?r tent,
interest which was not paid at the opening of
the office. But; unquestionably, much good1
fewilt?d- from tho act. . Much of ? the- rc;il es
tate bf the city must certainly have been sold;
und as there werfe nb funds among our people,
it must have been sold to persons abroad at
just thc price they might have had thc charity'
to giVfe.foE.it~ : ?Kl
The provtslons bf iho fwt undor which these
taxes.;aTfe:$ol!|B^ perhaps, gen
erally undcrstopd-. ; An act^wa? parsed in Au
gust, 1861 j tmpoeing^ft tlireet-taxof $20,000,000
on tho landed, property of the ?T ilion, of which
the portion falling to South Carolina- was
$363,000.; This warnot colljected, of course;
buty to fae j li tato tho process, - another- act was
passed, in 0io. June following, tb the effect
thai this tax should be a \ien on the lands of
the State, and that as fast as the territory of
any State in insurrection should" eomo within
the military occupation of thp ..Qpycriunenf^
(?^Imrn?ssiOn?Ts, "appointed . tt?t-\ -thal purpose,
should-proceed to collect die LOS: and,:zo that
end, should tak>"*liW v?lu?t??n^^a^r^^^'iM^
?bey:?ia(iyjjfnroTd? jn.,|;hfc!!9t^fe ^sossments
of l?Q0,(>and ft-Q^each^yiy^of jpr?jjwly col
lect that portion . 'or the .^taix whwsh?pxQper?y'
foHr tb itfrbrnttho .propc^^^h*.' Q?,jjt?^?lue to
thc whole .value of labd^'iri. flic.^t^-'Wiid, in
addition',',?;^ penni ty <?P fifty per eent.-of'suid tttx.
ThemvnerH? o?\suid property .'bavo' ??xty days
front th?-timtyitho tax was^-sS-feist^ by* s|dl(jf?
?oiniuityio^crs .winbin w\>icL t. andj.nOt'
paying'lbe amount, thc 'ComnifrsibncrH woije1
to rrovcTtrse and scH, for tho ^o.x, penalty and
costs, with Jen per cent, per annum paid on
sa^d tax, and if that sum shouHl not bc offer^?^
to gteikerthe4)r^ Governm??fA:l
j for such Turnier^Taspbsition as it might-seo
propor to make-.ol it. ''At'.tfny'tiji^bptv^ver,
before ^ict^al "a|lt? the owner^might redeeifi^
upon payment charges; "and, after ?ale,
within sixty days, upon the payment of prin
cipal penalty rtfld, tnacrjat; thereon, from the
f4l#i fif?i^W: PfWident'a Pxo?jlamation, at the.'
rate, of fifteen por cent, per annum, and ex
Such are tho principal provi6?oiiBjvrind?. .nfe
ceBsnrilyV they yet' boar "witb.: -WY^irity upon
wjQUT citiaenai-rhut with more, of course, upon
yip^Q^of1 ?n? *b?3fin?rB\rict. Their property
* wrfa^^ tJJirneM in Deo>l*n*?r,.1861, and th}s ^
1 ^?tc\f^fh*^l?flrWf!?od itff?$JBjtf?&', 18?Cl, was not
ti???,: upxJri'-those ^^r^^^^^ estinratpdi
??^fttT??^ti)(ttr*"jiawess^^?^^B^rr-v\iiue in I860,
i frnSm iu!&na^^a)&)m ??^.7V^et) *!??$urs, which
j -ra?^ A^?sW'uW of the
i jwwgw^^pMaowiyniilir ?n??',.wliTali, as this
.?iw?pwty paTTT^f^rrWwyj* ito/'?bur years,
.imposas a.ffiary^frvaf''hn?thaia.oatihe owners
-JUHV^tirtftwi, ? i y ? ?to?,^vf^i?^<?n?MhNc< ? n ii CJ t bear;
-. ?/ iirzmi'- rtqri?ii if tun o'Jqi m J.?IUI-.'? I W , '
ttpd; of this prTjpwpty,int laac^L-caaeli must, bc1,
po\?, urrlew some modihc?t?ou. u?-Jtho assess, i
^?ent sr?aTPfte made. .tflafM
' ifhis'?B'bbp?d fot. Upon a memorial of our
Citiz.eBBu.the Commission has forwarded arxpp j
presentation of the case to the Secretary of .the
\ Treasury, and it is to be hoped ho may haye
tho power to give reliefj dh ,umo measuro,
adequate to tho wanta of tb?ffUHl?cted closs'of
?Ojujr.;eitizonjsv. ; . , "( " ' .. \ '
? '? For; the ir?foymBtion of . our citizebB\ |ttwore \
proper'to. remark^^that thisCom misson, Bitting
^'M?W. iiragHlai'ljy U.?t )lb$x^;it>''4tphp itsoi??b
.at aAXv^^anj|jl>.tf.^nlli|0 all property,;?ipon!
?which U?xeB have no) been paid,'for sale; and,
.ter avoid .thc oa^ionae? ?aa i?cori?v^b?ences that'
Cx?grjTt?xcai^*ir?^|i1f^-:.j^ ^jje-^}^ c?mre-for? .
wa?d at obtl? WW bte discharged." To the Se?t
^.fiiland^lantere it were well, paviicularly, to
|f?.y? tfiwno??oai a?it? m^^i^ii(?^?6 generally .
, iim4o*5wbd fat the opportunity for the pay-.
1 ment of taxes upon thia propftrjy,,, ie now p.re^;
sented.
-'44- ?ri*-ifrccA?*- *i/?f JA- q.ui? at?n? < S ?>jr j
Mr., ;ii|d T,IU'>THY McCARTHYnro invited lo/at- '
wild lb? t?p?jjii?t til 'tull t'Mn li'.v'ht? .rim UiK O.
Ko. I Charlotta Ra^y.- Sl^rkr't stn i it, nt TY.'r.e O'ctoch
TkU A?tw?MY ' * ? ' S? . ' November M
DIEU, ki this ?Hy, .ot quivunisw'u. ^''."> ELIZA R. I
TAYLOB;, *?r"ihl naagblej'. of, th'; talc, WIJ.J.MM M. I
.IMI:.*..-. les*: ..?i-- .#:..<; - jj '' t . f -J/J . ..?
- ?NNA'TARBELLv the nilly IIIIUK?I?.T ?1 SvuLjAjw-aoil
?^SA'WX-fn?j,, died nt Sumter <*. IL, Oefeabsr V, WP?
while is beautiful biomo, tn ute's most joyous tBHon,
1 th<- tlrnt years of Womanhood, shelia? boan ont down
Dd burnt away fruin HT. ' The iO.nl of her parent?, to
1 hom ?h* ti?rU a?'i^rau?*ct, au. anxious care, and from
arbnae alu never needed a reproving word, bhe han been
suddenly watched flWnf rhelr-vlcw,- a obiia bf lhd"<Tove
nant. She remembered her Creator iii' Vhadaya Of her
youtli, ami in h<>r abort.'life adorned with ?weet meek
lMM.hcr Christisn profesi?n- Her pure soul baa .wing
ed its way io thu bbaom'.or. lier abd, where dangers
threat and fears alarm ?0 m?re/ *
BST* FQR. CONG?lESS.?-GE^ERALf 8TEFHKN '
EIJ?IOTT, Jr.-ire?r?._jEJj<or#."Ybn are authorized to'
[njnponco General STEPHEN; jEJ^IOTT,. Jr., as a.candi
dato to rep reuen (, in C?bgresi, tb'c Second Congressional
District, l composed of Qhsricston, CjoUeton, Beaufort,
.and Barnwell. SUMTER.
November,8 ; ' j *' ; ' ?' ' * ; ? '. jL,_
:*r~VrZ AREAUTHORIZED TO . ANNOUNCE
H073.,WILLUM AIKEN as a Candidate m r^reejitet tho
Second Congressional Dietrich *t the "ncx? Session of
'Co?gresS.' 'v - -? ' MAN Y FRIENDS.
, October 28* . .. . ,? ' : "'" : ' ''.* _j
?*r'WE ARE ^UJTHORlZED.'T^:ANNOi |
tho Hom WILLIAM WHALEY as a Candidate to repre
sent the Becdnd Congressional District hi Congress.
Oetobhr rf" ' . ' ' ' . : ?"? ? : >
"mT WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO! ?N^OUTiG?
Dr. B.?r. B?L?UJF.V,.O? W;$linjabi?>fjl 'si* candidate to
represent tho Fir.it Congressional District.
November f
T*W WE^ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
}Gencrax JDHN K k&#&\'\*?-a-C^M'.iiii:&i ben
greaa tn represeqt th* First ?on^p^ssjonal District
October^ , . M "' / _
?kr COLLEGE' ' OF CHARL?$fON". -THEiq&J
wiU bo a meeting nf the Board of Trustees, Thix Dix^?,
17th Instant, at 12 o'clock'M." ttt the City Hall. Punctual !
attendance Us requested, v\\ important business. Tho"
following gentlemen comprise thc Hoard:
DANIEL RAVENEL,Esq, IHon. H. D.LESESNE,
RICHARD YEAD?N,. Esq,' Hon. W P MILES,
HdnTW A PRINGLE,- - ?On. W D PORTER,
Hon. E O GAILLARD. C M FURMAN, Esq,
.WM BAVXNEL, Esq, 'HA DxSAUSSURE, Esq,
H R BANKS; Esq, GEORGE BUIHT; Esq,
Rev C HANCKEL, EDWARD B WHITE, Esq,
?WILUAM JEHVEY, Esq,. Dr L A FRAMPTON,
A T WHITE, Esq,' G S'-BRYAN, Esq.
November ll 3 . ' JACOB W3JUAMAN, Secretary^
~. *?r C ONS I G N EE S ' "NOTICE.-THE MER
CHANTS' Regular Line gehobner B. N. iLA'WkrNS will
conimcnec discharging cargo at Adger's Wharves TMs
Dny. " 'AB goods remalnln^ on "the wharf at sunset will
lie stored at their risk and expense, i iel
?JN^embenW ;' '1 ; . . . \\> ?SE^jr^tjfi^P"'
DR. J. ?*DAWS0>?. HA8 REMOVED Hffi]
oftlce and residence to No. ? J?dilh-ati-cct. \
Nwidnber 16 _ ~r 1_fi*
Be*-' CENTRAL WHARVES' ABE READY TO
receive. COTTON ON STORAGE. Apply at Wharf
Office. 'H. MAS5?T, Wharfinger.'
November IC j ' j ,1 ; ? 3*
?sr NOTICE.-AT T\1E ENSUING SES8IO?
of Uie>LcglsUtare,'application wUl be.mad? ?gr.renewal
of the Charter of the VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COM
PANY'of Cbarlcstom . ' -4. . , November IC
B?- H?CfiaVUr INDUSIllY, CHARLESTON,
November 15, 1865.-The Members of (the Board pf
Trustees oT'tlils Ips^il^tiop.. ?rei. earnestly re lue* ted to
attend u meeting en .f'nduy, ;it 4 o'elook^ M." as.'busi
ness of thE: Utmost iiwportimco wiU- be? b,rtiuu'lit- forwlj>!-.
. .. , : . .:.< : i G. T. UNQVIST,
'yoyenlrifr.?e..' - ,/2?'V '' t^\f$aa T^j^fea H. of I.
V iqrr.0|TlCE.OP THE ?UNITED 'STATES JU-.
REC't Tai V-ommiKi?lonara,s'^jnuf tlfrov nori^ci'f t corner.
Pkvjlio'ii HbW.M Tintes ivie? ved .between the hours '?
'?'d?clf.'?. M..' und fi o'clork.-'r*:M* . ' November 14
- _ - -_
BsT 'KJ^TTO?tNDTICE. -STATE OF SOUTH
CAR GTrr-N ?^OTffARLESTON'DISTRICT.-OFFICE
W30?IT -OP1 (iIMPHAL LSi-^Hltl?i COMMON
Court^in pnnmanee of dlreeuonk of a Jofnt^RV?olutiou
of tht Wn'lit-; (MUifcfise of'ttepTOflontativeH, p^.Mt-4 )?t} ;
l^^i^f ^sfou^'do jqifa
laBiaWrHo^sW CfejB^^^jo^S^jj^^
aniLCommon EJcas for C?y^rleston Distiiet, will be huid,
i suXf KuAftbl?*, tb?JZt?l lnHt.^4?ith?0>Sij^ placca^of^
election ttrreagjiont tho-w?d- Wistri?-t. ; .
Witnc5r^y*-Hffmi at -?Menton this 13th day of No
V?hrben'IHCT. ''- . 1 ? t? . J3 W.-.fiHGiWXVIULD,
;:! ]NV^?>er'l4 . .!... '1 ?3 371CMdB*?4tt tt ?. P. T
HUS B?7*Tmyu.Mfi*j'TMOC"J:l'j. j. - ? . --^'->!
...r.'^^YE'-ARE AUTHOliriiZEDeeTO .'ANNOUNCE;
,/";w\,BROWSri?LD:,'Esq.,"a*^f^^id^y.j'flr; re-eicc.
,thiu ioJheJQiricC .of^l.qrk of tue Court for Charleston Dis
trict artntrensuing%?C<l*h. '? "i 'tH???ovembcr lff H
tor NOTICE:t-IN ACCORDANCE WIT*
ProclamaU^ froto1 GoyoTnoY'Penftt- aiid General BEN
MKVT. authorising t,h'e,formation 04^Uitary Companies,
a Meeting' will be-held a*VBhvokOak-:(St. iofaff'S.Berkley)..
pj?'^?urlifay. ?ei^^Venjnsr.'fer tb.opunpo^eof ORGA N
LZINGA COMPANY, Electing Cacera, 4 c A fuB aaten<
'dance of i-te ?citizen* ?of Berkley District.in oaruestly
i^ues?ea. " ; ^??NT CITIZENB,. ?
"."Nrrrenaber 10 ...... '.;6*-'. .
"BIFISCEDICAI] CARD.-TM.' F. LEJAU '. PAR
KER-Ofrtrr, No. Id Drdrid?it>eet. Residence for th*
rSr'cWnt, tdrifer of Losan and|TTadd>stne?a.k
n^p?tf>M :?J"jlJk.,lJilii:l'lmo*
. ??OWSWl^??y?ND?ELI^pY, AN E88A^f*:
WARNING A-NU INS/THUCTl?N FOR YOUNG MEN,
-Jnat^obftehfloV by th* atoay^ AaaaatsByt, and gent, fiar
.M^rf^-ri^Wivi-lcrpe?.-trreJt* . , 1(
i''vi v '. II ?-fj&tj? BKEUayU?.flODGHTO?r
?'. Hbward AssoclaUon, Philadelphia.Pa; '
NovanibefA....-_ ..,".,,,,. ypjggg^
?*?r';?.NYAV ?V?lTH SPECTACI^.^?LD.^?si
made 'new,1 wltho.it Spectacles, Doctor ..ot Medicine. <
Pampnl?t'm'aB?d free on receipt..of ten ernu.. Add'nisa
November a;;-'
y*ut&-?$ffl!$,af BRAZILI?W? ?ra?LE 8PEC
taolee? to. ,itrenglhen and improve .tne sight i>f old -and;
yonng.:hy day cr night, with ease and ??mfc>rt.!p..Urc.
rye. wUftO^ltliAdistressing respite.of frennent c'bi^fi^e.'i,'
These celebratedjtlaaaea^tcjtoo well known throughout:
tho 8puth to ?peik of "their ' auRerjprity over al| eCntere.'
^DouVlv, and aihg^e ?elefcnn?s Vf immense, power and'
.fitlo^,, Catalogues sent free%' by mclosing'stahvp. un : 1
' !SRMM"?NS, ?cnjirs^?PTiciATr;- .?
069lj Broadway, under Lafitte^-House,' lt. Y.'"r
Noverpbtrdfi- ^ . . , ._ 1 2mo
!?y NOTICE'. TO WLOT?j-fWlCE 135&8L
pfCoenoB) N?ve?be/?Ll, ?W.-^T^iiMt^pilolUkvbo}:Jhnyf
not renewed their bends and Uk un : out new Uoenses, are
' hereby notified to call at-tbis office' and do* the same.
.. - . M ". '''..::,"..*..:,.'. !%%-?mra,..t
Novarab?f 13?;. ; . .?. . ; .,.. (Sark of JO?unc?l.
"iam'?a^^
BER 10, 1H0.V-l'fjer*' fbr doing - the SCAVENGER'S
,WO?it .of thu-- (ity; agrerAliW- to the City Ordinanoe"
regulating the same, will be received at (his Office up to
MONDAY, 20th jet, at 13 o'clock M- .c*.}]
' Each^prbpusal m?sv1 ?pe?ify.'?he -particular ward, or
I wards p^Cerad. for, and be accompanied with the barn aa
i of the persona proposed ' as Sureties to the Contract1
'Bond ; Wo ?mount of tte bond to ,b* gipen ls one-half
- the sum af'?dffli?>tit-t?ci#?ta rWHK?ta%ttbe Wo?^J
November II Clerk of Coxinc?r
profcrn-*?. f* November 17
WANTED. W?f A* ?????M?N WOMAN, A
hilcaUop, lo c?bk arifl"waRb for a mn ?ll family.
Can 1? found ni<h? cwrno? Wajrra?BTiU :.st. Philip
street?. No. 27._ .3? ,_November 17
W\ V I I .!>.--A RESPECTABLE WHITE
1 'W?SMAN, td-'do-X'<>oATOtr{fWaiihln8,-aiid ironing.
Apply'at No. -?7 Beat Ray. opposite Southern-Wharf.
- - Nav*is^f-1/ -r :-- -r;.t i -rr ;-?tV,
?Vir* A VT te D ."-' V~-rVfcT'-i*?TtViM^iflia?A A'1
VV ebild three tnoutiu ola. Thc best of rccotninun
dutionn a* to charm ter ireuujrod. . Apply to
, No. 2 ATLANTIC-STREET,
Noveiifb?r IST/? * '? Ro?t to cdrnrr efithi Battery. _
W.v-x'ritn. ,\. i.'.tiiTSK,t. FOR.TI?E AUC
TION AND QEMERAL OOluTWrSSlCN B-JSI
M.ss. lie must bo a man of good bntuiuiaa. MKVfi
i H. rt:y and industry, and will be requbjr.? VKIUH^ ""
equal amount of <-imitai. A North CE? roan ircf?rrvd.
Address "A," at tim <tg^-<a |j j j'^J) _ Noyeiabcr 1? ;
\jtr.\M KU, A GOOD COOK, A COMPE
3\Vj J rifNfl* ntiTRe, and a good house servant. Proper
T?eOTmnTBdkflgHB required. Inquire at thc northwest
corner of Jdeettot and Soolety-Btreete-.
November 10 ? ? '?.; , ., 'S*
WANTKP.--A, flt At Tit AI. PAPER
,HA*W*? .ol Hpw York, wishes a aihuHion in
some first olass house in this'city. Address 11
..n?in?;^
November 16 "~ __J* 3
S~" ITI?AT?O'N WANTEDV-A: o'?lirT?a?HlW,
who bas lied ?ft??? years experience tn. th? Oipoary
and Lkruor tra kin ons, desiree a SJT?ATIO?" aa Lyfcal or
TrcvsUMg Clerk ; poaaeeaoa a v?*j largsfity and country
eoqiiaintaace. Befara, tn Mr. OSCAR ?.. JQHNbON,
King, street, oppoatts Society street. , .
November ll .i. r t-iuaj. <" .
'jkl GENTEJEJrtAN OF HOME KAFEIUENCE
' i\l oaaTwfcheTWUI give private less?ht?LATIN,
FRENCH, SPANISH and MATU EM ATI CH. For tennis,
Ac, apply at the Book-store of.Mr; John RusseU, No.
asa ?jagsUesfci f - ,-, t j , Outohcr, 17
rTH> lt*?NT^-A FURNISHED; RtJOM-AP
1 ply at No. 220 MEET! NO-HTI<,EJVr.
' ^IBO ajStaW*.-.' ' " "']:V*"\ ;' ? -i ' Wv^eniecr i7 '?
r|M) UEST.-A VTIHNpiltEP ?Ult A
? '< BLB FOR TWO YOUNG ? MJGN- ^pply at. ?a. 20.
Society-street _ 1* .j<Qv^tabclr,17
O ftfe if 1V'.-THAT COMMODrttUB AND
pleasant DWELLING,Ho. 224 East Bayi'oornor of
Inspection-street, having -aM -mpderp improvements,
taiidmfently been renovated?ond repaired, willbc rented
Jgtw^gima^ m iv:
Several AIRY BOOQMS :on Broart-BtTect" ??iUblo aa
.?ciiUcjucu.'8_apartments. Apply to B. McCALL, .
- T lT^ 1 . Rca?i?rtUte Atfenf, WM Broaa-r?re,ot.
November" 17 - __ * **.-*?**- -trawe
KIW*O?tN<KS ?A?O s?o?t5is~T<> RENT.
The thrcc-story Brick RESIDENCE, No. 220 East
Bay., .
. .Tbe,t4ree-Rtory BelMdo??e, jaorth'Y'?eat ?cerner Tradd
ana Orange streets. " 1 * ? . . ; " '
The large i Hts-ldrCtteo, ;N.n. ?72 Hasel street. Suitable
for Boarding. House
.SbCiI? Nos.. 3 and 6 IMnckiuy street. Suitable for
Workshops op Storehouses. '
. .: '.^POR.SAfcE..': 1
That pleasantly-situated HOUSE, with Extensivo lot,
at northwest corner Lynch, and Bull street?.
Apply to ., .. . THEODORE STONEY,
. November 17 "Vandcrh?r?t'H. Wharf.
m? RENT.-A SPLENDID OWBLLINO ON
M? 'HAMPSTEAD -M AU,-just pei tn; complete rcpaC?
-a delightful Ro^dcacq., Apply at No. 141 MEETING
STREET. ' '3 ._November 15
/titi ??^,;?HAT8IJPERIOR JJ^UR?STORTI
J. STOTt?;-itO.~2? Hayno-strcet, M cotAploto order.
Posgoqakin can he had immediately. Inquire at No. 27J
Kmg-Wtrbet,'1 " - -tuft*. . . November 14.
TO RENT. THE DWELLING ON NORTH
, EASX/^Qinc^r Calhoun and t streets. It contains
six npriffht a?a'twb.attic rooms, Ac. Apply to Dri A. B,
I'El'HlFUV,'No, '?.*, Yandcrhorstrstreet, next to Uppoi
MarkeL___~ ' ' ' 5 ' ; ? .November 13
rpo RENT, THE THREE STORY BRICK
X DWIXI.TNT}, NorIhcAflt conn;r King and Trodd
ti.trcct^, in, good repair, containing six large and twe
smaller upright rooms, besides tv/o dressing rooms, one
pantry, and two Attics, with commodious outbuildings,
carriage house and' stable . gus . fixtures complete. Ap
ply on premises. ' ' ~ . xnwf 3* November 13
rpO RENT,-Til AT RESIDENCE No. 11C
J C!<?T\lAg-?y?<4.ionpOBlt? at. ,1'aul'i; Church, contain
lng four' square' Rooms, TWO ?arrets, finished Base
jm-ottf- ito., .with commjodious accommodations for ?cr.
H4u?ir;-?kbTe and Carriage^po??<?, large tardlafad Flow?
tlardw: t?as, throughout, For tenn a. apply to WM. li.
DAWSON, Np. 61 Brid strt?. r ! J
Ndv'emberTI* ^ - -1 v ' r>- ?
SO RENT.-A l.ARtiP. ANO COMMOinm s
UA)i:.SE-w thc town ui.Ajk.'n. S. CJ., conUluhi4?'14
rooms, or\g or^^l?h. is a large dining nxnfl."l Tho loca?
libfi is one cf theTtest tn thc town; ind, BR'ihnveMs nov,
,Mo hotel iu the place, and "it is nrticlr resorted- tw by in';
valida, it would bc auitable for a large privei? boardiuh
h o uss J-, ^OtsaarffMlIlM on thc ijApt January, 18Cd, or
HoonVf lPwaulie<r> 'VrppiyinortV??db?of Mary, fifth house
catit of Nassau-street. mw ru* November 15
liJ^t)-^-^-?-fr-rv;-1-^-^- -
rpo RENT-i-THA-T TJti?Sm?IirI/E*THRICE
1 Rtorj- BRICK DWELLING. No. 33 Bull-street, nett
ffly&jfa'ul j f?LjiAA-strfcra i-THfRoxis? df du perfect
omer, and Iras' all Ch" moilt'rhiiirproveftiefifa ?nth cverj
acoo?unotrattoxufoc>? largre f^n'i'- :'f?o onj-JjuiUlft??
ure \mVIMp/^YMmWg&aaa :. the Oas Fixture's ComplcU-.
Jibere,in,a large C*iBtorn ?iith-" "^?ciniHeB. Apply tbroug'u
iht* PostorUe*. ^r^VHoniUl!y?to"JOnNe!HKl-J?BOROUGH,
?Bank of Charleston BuiWings,,corner .State.and Broa?
atx<y^-~; '."J-"m' NevcmberO
T^OR-REN?K??? FI ME L'Y S ??TT LED PLAN
-JCi'^AT1ft^rvti&.JlllIl.eoe8??ry outbuildings, barns,
Tottbri' ?rOusrV^WH?ntirfi* ^nA ?i?i?tm?iy, (rinfl, griifl
?rliniiA?c-?. JA^^aiargo hedy, pfy T?|8. land..upxler bank,
?adSeomtlsOaa^tee ot ccttop and.cora landr?iulyr fence.
>At?o, axu>ad??elUug:houMi.^?Uinin? 10 rcsoinB. ah ir
good order, with aU nectwsary.-.?vtb^ii'i?uga. Also, &
line range for cattle and hogivf?Ud ail p^an{aU?n"utensllh
ifi rsquh tidi i r r. '. j ? JUC ? JU
Tlusro aro also on the tract, rontaio,in,g 1300 acres ol
JafiiL ra?veral to lakes, contatning the finest kind ol
fish, vhlc$ tnay 'bp 'made ^available to the Charleston
market, and those 0f tho town of Summerville. Also, ao
comrrieaaHofi' -k>r' A? n'egVoes.- .'-'Distant from Summer
"v)PinBWp^yejryi^r*arrra'ij Bridge, hoad of navigation on
.ItatrWy^Hiver, Kmr miRssi For further' partlcuUfrC-aj),
ply to iiwuM -ont Che rxlace; .p/ Meet-rn. JENKINS A
^^y^Su^erviRe. -: ?F, i^ULTZ.^
."DRI YATE BOAR DINOGA FEW O j??!
i'S- L?Ji?*1^ PAn S* ae'cOmhlcaUAen at tho CORNER
'OF KINO' AND?TR^AD1>STRHBT8; aleoi a pleasant
ROOM, suitable fox man and wife. DAY BOARDHRfi
tiren: 1.~: :- -:l : < . ": ''?.' ' 'f -October-?ft,
STRAYED INTO MY YARD, 176 COMING
STlfEET,>oa the fiighf af the. 14th inst, a DOIiKJi'?
AND! COl?T?_ TA? ann er jvijl please call for them, pay
expenspa, and take them away.
pember 17 ^XtUIU^^ti--^
OTRA Y KO, FROM No. 10 ?OSEXANE, ON
? or aB^-ywriath, a SORRBb.(M)LT, with blaic
fo>?; ?ntt?-?ON*?T- -Any ?ne NWs?la?; them to the
abor? ifuiubwj ?14 bo rowardtcl fur the same. .
N?V?tober'lTn7T '. .' ' ' '*? 2*
?' VTSIAYEA^QRT ?ttjM^k^CiN 8?*???i8?tf?
> xii?haJaat, ?.largo X#,tW VQ,?. whit?A rc..st, long
eani.-.iaaicroaB ;betV!o?u anjastiiT and a M?T dog. An
sweri to, ttys ;namo f?( J'Qarlo." Had ona ehain coUsr.
- A iibarai.mward.will be paid.bu his.deUrery.it' < .-.. -
?i CV.STJX : K.v\:so?ZwmM^% CAia^Et4-&.; ,..
November 10 Hisel-sfr". ?t, li?xt toT^oatoifec,
|.?,T.it'A Y-?C'ri^Ort'iiSTOLE?"'-??R?>? ipit;E
0 subscriber, in Coming-street :on Suwlfcy filirrYlisf,'
a 45?y horse ?Kile, about ten years old, with Vliitrth
unos? and^cfe<kMre4ii4'ij4it front foot. A rewarder $26
?rllMMtaMtd tor the deilvery, of .said .Male to ">'' .
November"ftr^1 '-3* 97 No1.18 C?MINW?frhF.RT
? i*. *\ \1 *j 7- ? - ,*T y.jj fi^s "** * i' i_f ? ?.?)! t _. _!
(?an RKWiwiK.-i,os:r, ov 'f ilr. tflfefft'
VSfijuy/ "of'thei.dith* .Saturday, a. (B,irjlDLll:ncon'
. talniuxf one jrult pf.<&*bear~Ba?k, panU,, V^atr-between
-Calhoun andr Mary. at?vj?. Ii bri.uuLt lo. t^P P.Ujce.
the above reward will be given. '.. ., . * "
7'? Mo?emlM?M:.-ri/4. .i o-i ?..-i. , '.' 2* *
.-J-SuA-t-M-n ! '.(], , J l| -.--r . . ... . ,
,<J?Q/t| AiBfOATTH! AOBNT? WANTED F^R
U?fJyJ *ix inHmswMtWi articita just out .AddresB ?. T,
(f?REV, City Buihling, Biddi ford, Mame, K
1 September 15 i ... i.. i;r.i:t.-.-.; n . j , !?po(i,;
PUBLIC WBIGUBR'8 OF|?IC'E? iAtAM
K?T-fiTREEr. CHARLTON. NO^VRMBEftT
1806.-Tho ?ttention of Coal Dealers is re<juesU-d-te,jUie
City Ordinance^rcguLjtlng tho sale of Coal by w<lght .
. IH shall not he hiwfnl for any larson to sell or ia, any
mannor.iu>t^<io;f^!B>ithi^ li?iib) of tbi?4l(ff'
citherw^ie tlnva.W yeiKbt; at the rate ot two- thousand
tw? hundred.a?a forty ponrids of tbe svoirdopoise t?aiw
dard to eacK^-n. ; "Tho Certificat*! of the1 PdbIle Weigher
.shall be dcllYeriVi, wi.tb the Coals, te- th?-'purchaser b??l
fore ?h? cairs 'cobtaintng the sam* RhAU r*unloaded. 'Tl
any person shall seU, or in any manner-dhipose of Coals
f!?,lcr V^bO-walglied upon .eme pf, the public bal
Wees prWods ?9?m?kmt*VimB6mJkm? oniWaaSa'
sniUb?e aHoTTMoejohsU not bava bett mada, if the coals
bo-wet or4aAp^ax^.whlcB.aiua]?%?HKSnrMMUMM
ydth tb^PubUo.Wetgbe^a Certificate, such pert- S?B?
o^^^M?o\\^
. The SoiU-it UM IMIaf JBUUtAeVttreet XBd the Ca?h?nn'*
tot pahhc^aervloe, lajMjwa,
. Wov&ber ? "^"!- ' ' .?.^r??'.''
. "WAillllWOWJ* LOnCJIC, No. ?, A. F. M ' .
-V ;<a^UJ2r3^>?r?rwifiA'i'j'..N rTr*rmsLoi>f K
ioiOaiit, at 7 o'clock .preclBcly.,. Candirlateu for Dogr?->-s
wilt please DC ?j mpm.. jr ? ri it?iTTB * 5 P
l'.y order of thu W. M. J. SHAW, *kVl?lary!
NovoTn.bci-0,7 - ' ,. .i^_'
>W>ARD'OV MAWA"**** STAT?*? KLK*,
t,, ...... T10N8.
?N ADJOURNED' 'MERTON.' OF. OMIS BOARD
willt*ke piar-,. .Tai? Afternoon, at Masonic Hall,
otfpa?Utf?'luck..', . . '. ; .
Thoeeof tho pre?'oplMa?age.rs"wbo >rll) i)Ob bwMVio'.s
Herns, al tho ensuing election, will jH&et? notify m. .it
the come previous to thc meeting, BO that t'Vnoy'??''?orrii
tho nMWTnnhDthpnv^rieeinil to??-th?*rd>UKcs.?
Novemb+rh?- a " ? C&ARLBS XaVJ^il?ulrmaii.
^LTM?TEDP^rt^ER^HlP.
^^thU?tP^?^
PARTNERSHIP, under the name or nra'of WTOUl!
NEY,' for'fhe trab*a?tl?n of a General Commission;, fthip
pR)?rino Jobbing business, in tbs Gtty of <Jbarliaton,
whereof W. Ourney.of thu city of charleston and State,
of South Carolina. 1? tho Genorai'Rariaejr, and J,. L.
Adams, of the City df Ne* York an* Stat?,ol. New York.
Ifl'thVSpochd Partner.-''The said .1. L., Altaian, ,U?o Spe
cial Partner, has contributed to the common stock, tho
tom of Ten Thousand Donara.- The.aaid Partnerahip to
commence1 on -t?fs'?- ?rid day of October, Ajdb J86*. and to
determine oh, tto?'first day of December, A.:D. 18CA.
' *?.?>:-.?? WM. GURNEY.
NprerAherj n;. "'.'\f6, ; " ; JAY 1? ADAMS.
I nt : COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
rrtHI) UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
-X with him GEO. CHAS. 8CHMRTZER, in the Leath
er eiad ?Indilia JiouftieM, at N&- ID* Heyi?o .IHM, villon:
tho name of C. D. BRAHE A "CG. - -_
?yH .. j - .. } ; -j > V-fSV C.,D..JtRAHE.
With strict: ottontlOtt' .to our buainfsa, we hope to rc
ceiTe ar Aharo i Vf i that patronage heretofore BO liberally
I bestowed on .tkr.old firm. :_
MCI . ? v "NM O. V. BRAHE?.'? ; : I ?
fNcrtaanlmMt. Jd.j^^Eg-^HASL SCHMETCTR.
^ <0*P?RTJrERSHIP NOTICE, t
T?11 UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIA
TED theOAfftlVM in copartnership, uuduir the name
[ of EBAUOH fc MAIXONEE, for the transaction of tho
LTJMBER;'LIME, LATH AND: BULNGiLE BUSINESS.
' Office ea HoVlbbtk'B Wharf, near tho Northeastern
Rauroad.-'- . ' ' - D. C. EBAVOH? *
November 1, 1865. JNO. C. MALLO NEE.
NoTeibb?rlSi: . ._B__
j '.v*j*"? "*t^ '. ???''' i^^Vj^ifCTfcn '
THE 8TJB8CRIB?R8 HAVE THI8 DAY FORMED A
Parfnership: for. transecting a i-HIPPING AND
COMMISSI7BUSINESS, under tholBtyloof MORDE
CAI A CO. - - i- , . . , M. C. MORDECAI.
J. L. TOBIAS.
Charleston, November 1,1865.^ Imp November 4 _
; . ' COPARTNERSHIP NOTICEy
ftXHE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THIS DAY A8SOCIAT
X ED with them. L. j; MYERS, ?nd :?U1 continuo
their business under flic'aanM name', f.'?
A. TOBIAS" SONS.
'CtrarleBWh, 8. C., November ?, 1809. '?' h I
November 4 12
iTTTs C?PAI?TNERSH?P ?NQT?CE, ' .
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE Till H DAY AHSOCIATF/O
with them in business Capt. FENN PECK. Here
after the name and style of the Firm will be, CVMEHON.
BARKLEY.?BO . j . r ?AMJiRpN A BARKLr.Y.
Charlirton, November 1, 1865.
i THE SUBSCRIBERS
HQPE.THAT .WITH STRICT ATTENTION TO BUSI
NESS lb merit a share* of that patronage hereto .
fore so liberally1 bestowed on the old concern.
1 - - - ? --r-- ARCH'D CAMERON.
, . . . .'J!. H. C. BARKLEY.
Nov'emhef 1 ; FENN PECK. _
'.'..' COPARTNERSHIP.
THE? UNDERSIGNED HAYE THIS DAY FORMED .V.
COPARTNERSHIP Under the'rrtyle or ?rm of HOP
KINS, MoPHt?R80N fc-CO.. for the transaction of a
GENERAL COMMISSION BU8LNRSS.
E. A. HOPKINS, New York,
.'ly Si'W. HOPKINS. New York.
D. MCPHERSON, charieetou. s. c.
No. 165 Meeting-street, Charleston. 8. C., Oct. 1. 18C5.
Repreeentod by E. A. A S. W. HOPKINS, Ne. 70 Bea
ver-street. New York. " . Uno October 31
COPARTNERSHIP.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED. HAYE FORMED A CO
PARTNERSHIP for the transaction of a GENE
RAL. COMM ISS I ON .BUSINESS in .the City of New
York, under Ibo'firm of J. H. BRO WER A CO., and aro
prepared to afford fair facilities on consignments.
JOHN H. BROWER.
WILLIAM. H. SELLERS.
BENJAMIN B. BLYDENBURGB.
Wew Y?rk, October 3, 1866.. -. i 3mos , October 9
' .'. .. . CQPART^BRSRIP .NOTICE.
B?Acn, ROOT & Co., MA];HUAU., ?txCa & Co..
. lAvnrpooh.Eng. . . .'?larWvtoo, S. C.
. '- i rm -SATOMON, Roof A.C9,,.
. T0< nimeroialBuildini;, No. ?2 Broadway. N. Y.
WE UA VE.ifcibS rMY;ENTE^-EJ?(,7??TO COPA RT
..-rvERSHiP. for tbe purppBe of conductlrin a GEN
FJBAL COMMISSION AND BANK^Q BUSINESS at
each of thc pointa above named.
; Qirjttftttjcntlon ?viii altct.be dyvottvl to^lbng orders ami
?aaHBrfewmjaa for oadSoitkorn jfrienos. |
^AiUtiiiiKiiiaode ou codtdgnmdtit^ llf I'rckUieo'to either
Firm. . , J. N. BEACH, of Liverpool.
.E. W. MAR8HALL, of Charlewlou.
- . ' S.' ROOT, of Atlanta. <Sa.
E. S.VI.OMON. late cf New OiiOBUH.
New York. September 3, ,1865! 1 1 t
' MAiimt vi.i-, HI;\< ii & co.
TTT A VT: ' : ESTABLISHED ?'f HEIR ; FitiE, IN XIII?
li City at No.^2 ?JROAD-.ft'f Bl.ET..and are prepare.'
.to niak/i,,ADVANCES 'ON* COTTON' ccrisigmd to Nc*.
Ybrk WEKerpool..
.'i y.? ( .?.-. : innin co:'W^;J<i'\ ?
? ' Messrs. JAMES AXKUCn k Co., d.,.,y;.,tu|i.
.' Mr. 'HIKVM RonKUTi?, Savannah. .
October 0 *^^*W| * mwf imo
7* >; > T L? - j? Ji ' P A RT N E R? ?IP.
THE UNDERSIGN ED -?A.VE ASSOCIATED Tn IC V.
SELVAWwhier the dame of PORTER A CONNER,
for tho pracUce of_LAW AND EQUITY in the. C.iurb? Ol
thisStatoand of .the United Siaier.. Office No. 19 BROAD
STREET.'OVer'Dawson- ii Bliokinin 's.
ii! '1 . I >X r\i ?, .W- D. PORTER.
M/i .-..:.;-JAMES.;CONNEB.
. .- -, .. .SELECT.SCHOOL,
-rfTvN THE -Jil'H OF ^C^vi^l?RT?RS:" HOBSON
KJ .PUS.CKNEY wUl open a ffEEKi'T SCTIOOL for
Young" Taife?, ^ fcbr. jreside.ftce^,c.ettre houso Aiken Vi
Row, where Instruction will be given bi all the branched
'? rtf'-tf^rpo^flw-s^
Languages. For terms and olKtr pTirticuiaTrf, nppry aa
above. - Imo October 19
? Criir I .f ? iv; .. ?:.-?-rr-f-^-r-i-rr
, CLASSjfCAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNO LADIES -
rYmi? RF>.'D*/Tk>R^T'BA0PO TO'OPKN A CLAS
X BICAL SCHOOL, for a limited number of youn^
iarlieB, lp the Leckie Room ot Si. Paul'B Church, lUd
. cbffeboro'', eh the 'j?rif JHonddy 'of November neat,
" French and German without additional charge
Dr. LORD bega leave to refer to Ah? Ut. Rev. T. F.
Davis, the Rev. Dr. C. Hanckel. tho Hon. Wm. Aiken,.
1 DIN Huw-HorlbSCki Br. W. Jj Wbwsg, Gen. Ja? Simons,
, and C. R Brewster, Esq. _, ...... . .. October 98
Tri?i? Oj!DERSIONED
TS PRlO'AJt?DT? KURN18H DESIGN8. SPECIFr
I Xr ^aTIONaAND4)E'L>JLr'RAW'lNiAS for Buildingo
1 'MajweryidescsirWon.iftBd-Jnfc?OTO'i*tyH iPutchitecluro
that may be desired. Ordere from any part of the 1'nl .
ted HfATes nriU rpcetve?prompt' attention, with moderate*
charge?. Vv^.TER S. WEST, Architect,
: .WO- Corner-tibold Broadrfctreet*. Knxhinon.l, Va.
iiMaW?WWti to? - do<t vi? ..,{.,;*
? IIU.J- L M-tmHmsmmt i ^..
ir-*rArB?AHl.Ei:*IJCDI,AII?. fkTOOK FOR
'' .'?" "BALH?-L7ynat valuable COTTON and PROVISION
''.T?L4Nr*A'?ION? ?WDarlington DliAr?ct, kuowp as "Bun
; kerHni,"'for?i<irly\bOTea?loBc*.Dj", John MoClenaghau
'de?easedl-WOffWed for ?ale, rontuiulDK, lb"'<? acre?, bv n.
.M??*bf,"W. 'H. Wlfigate, Hmrveyor.11.lt la bounded on Um
l'gbdth by thb Une 41 Marion Die t rte t, defined by a canal
d?raftjilrw the waters s* Pott.'Swamp iaXo< Black Crock,
"'which tiu-eam is its<nortbern boundary.
.Sonic.five to airtmndroaVacnuK-are tiearedi under cut
?vatibri/ arid 'pVeseVH the advantages o? fino cotton Undi.
'wWricb-boWtim hmtis for corn.
,,: On th?'lilaAeta a'Dwelllng House witb eight roora?, a
woit-vbla and flower, garden, with al) convenient out
bitildiiigs/a] new Gin-Hohke, BiyiiK, nijd Outbnildlngs
%rhich have-oomfortably- aCcomn?odAf?i? from 50 to GC
peraonaa "11 . ,
. it la situated Within two miles of Mars' Bluff station.
' nn'ttirf W: and M. lt. R.,-aad wittilh ?Va miles of Flor
ence, and ls too well knowra* fer'- its hi-alUifulnesA, finn
tffiW adtanUgcs Of aocitty, to-need a further
, vftffiMirapl'acie wfB be field. If deetrsdi some 8 or 10
^?iflWP^TOMiT^WW^^J'l'M idissp, hogs, corn, fodder.
1 l|vV'wamv,j ?SK 'btocksrnHh's and carpenter's toole,
'^'and farming impliTnsnfs.' ' '
lb &e event that nb sal* is made, Ibis place will bo
leased for one year.'f?om lat January next/ and the per
firMt?ffiMtf *TlB^
UFor. terms and comliUunc,apply to L. W. T. Wickham,
Richmond, Ya , Or to thW u?ucrsigned, at Mars' Bluff.
- i - I W. W,. HARLLIZF.
. Agt&rtror L. W.-T. Wickham.
Mt. 8. Lonee, en the nlaco, will show, tho premises.
' jR^P^^in^M ;^ln^rin\'?ori^ rtrarTtied1 ^gVelt
tate? Bab* tor doubtbbnt aWidag kibdue<gold and silver.
' '.TAVLOR 'Am, Bankers.
Beptesnbexi? tmOS No, IC Wallal., Kew York.

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