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VnmsfXi-The pobcy heretofore
pursued by Governor Pierpont "in ef?
fecting the restoration of Virginia "
to undergo an immedat? and radical
change. The Governor is now satisfied
that the intentions of the leading men
of the State, as expressed to him upon
his accession to power here, have not
been carried ont in good faith, and
that he now has every reason to dis?
trust the representations of their
loyalty, so profusely made to him in
the earlier days of his occupancy.
These men promised Governor Pier?
pont that if ne would aid according to
thc measure of his power in restoring
them to the franchise, they would see
that none .but consistent ? Union men
were elected to offices. The result has
been otherwise to such an extent as to
imperatively compel him to change his
policy, in which action he will have
the cordial endorsement of President
Johnson, who . views the perfidy of
these chivalric Southerners in the same
light as his Excellency.
PERSONAL,-Gen. Robert E. Lee has
been tendered the Presidency of Wash
ton College, situated at Lexington. It
is known that he has declined .the
position. He s?ill continues in the
country.
Major-General Chas. Devens has'
left Fredericksburg, Va., en route for
his new command in South Carolina.
A gentleman, some five years ago,
near Cambridge, Massachusetts, gave
in his life time, $100,000 to Amherst
College, and by his will, before his
death, last winter, gave $150,000
more.
lne -A. ppl
CHEESE !
FRESH LE MOSS
TUST received, a fre?h invoice of No.
.J PINE APPLE CHEESE.
Also, lot FRESH LEMONS.
AT REDUCED PRICES!
At MELVIN M. COHEN'S.
Assembly street Went side,
Aug 23 1 One door from Pendleton st.
Dwelling- House to Bent
Ik/TBS. H. C. ELMORE -will rent her RE
1VJL SIDENCE, (with FURNITURE,) con?
taining tiftean rooms, in Tayl?r Town.
Thore ar?; upor. the place all necessary out?
buildings, Karden aud good water.
? aug 23 ___ , TUPS. TAYLOR^
Notice.
A NY perron ur persons having any goods
?r chatties, rights and claims of
M?NRY HUNT, late of Columbia, ??ceased,
will please forward, tWem to me, ortho value
thereof ; and any person or persons having
any just claim, hy bill or otherwise, must
bring them, duly attested, aud the same
?hau bc faithfully discharged bv me.
aug 23 1 EDWARD HUNT, Adm'r.
. --;
m.A.txr KToti?e.
TRADEWELL A BASKIN, partners in the
practice o? Law and Equity in the
Courts of South Carolina and of the United
States. Office at Dr. Geiger's, corner oft
Assembly and Plaiu streets.
JAMES D. TRADEV7?LL,
ang 23 6 'ANDREW G. BASK IN.
Warm Meals.
THE public are informed that, while tra
VeUing to Charleston, Wilmington or
.Ojlumbia, they can always procure a good
WARM MEAL, served up in nice ntyle, at
Kingsville. Passengers by the train have
ample time to take their meals; also, those
hy Mr. Beckham's lnlfeks. C. A. SCOTT.
aug 23_8
MR. DAVIDSON'S
SELECT SCHOOL.
ENGLISH, thc Classics and French are I
taught.- The receipt of text-books in |
tu?? market makes -the present a favorable
time for boys to enter, as-permanent classes
are now being formed. For other informa?
tion, apply to or address
JAS. WOOD DAVIDSON, A. M.,
aug 23 wstuS* At Dr. John Fisher's.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
mtt%a A FRESH SUPPLY of LADIES',
Pwj\ MISSES', GENT'S and BOY'S SHOES.
JOHN STORK,
Rear of his old stand,
aug 23 1 *_Near the Market.
BaUy line.
-TVN and after this date, I will run a daUy
viii Un? of COMFORTABLE VEHICLES
from Columbia to Kingsville. Leave Colum?
bia- at six (6) o'clock p. m.; leave Lingsville
,qp thc arrival of the trains. For passage,
apply at the Shiver House.
Mg 23 3* ' W. M. BECKHAM.
_ ON THURSDAY, 27th July last, I
-^a~ - from my plantation in Sumter tibs- j
TPBltrict, ? t'HF.HNUTSORREL MARE,
Ai_2l_of .medium size, limps slightly in ?
fore right fpot, wjjich is clubbed, but, not?
withstanding, she is a tine riding animal.
Her colt, four months old, was left. The
mar. wa? .last seen about ten miles below
Ouodan, the rider going in that direction.
A suitable reward Tor information leading
to her recovery will be given,
JT J MOSES
Uumter, li. C" ?ag. 22, 1965. 'aug 23 ?
.JP jtJt o
SOB MULE,
ANNOUNCED by MESSRS. CLAYTON
and I88ERTEL Kill toke place in thc
OXA CHAPEL ,
Of the Strath Carolina College, (within the
Campus grounds,) on WEDNESDAY EVEN?
ING, 23d instant.
Performance to commence at 8 o'clock p.
m. Price of admission ONE DOLLAR.
Hand-bills will furnish particulars. |
Tickets can be obtained at the stores of
Messrs. Durbec A Walter, Zealv, Scott &
Bruns, C. S.Jenkins, M. M. Cohen, H. Solo?
mon, Calvo A Shelton, at the Shiver House
snd at the door on the eveniag of thc per?
formance._ Aug. 22
NAILS!
FOBTY ILEOS NAILS, assorted sizes, for
sale by J. O. GIBBES,
aug 23 2
NEW FLOUR.
-|/\BBLS. DOUBLE EXTRA FAMILY
1U FLOUR Just received.
aug. 22 2_J. G. GIBBES.
New Goods.
1 f\ PIECES 4-4 DARK and FURPLB
?\J CALICOES.
1 box black and colored BELT RIBBONS.
2 pieces dark MIXED TWEEDS, for Gen- I
tleman's wear.
1 dozen fashionable WATERFALI/8 for
the ladles, opened to-dav.
aug 23 2 J. G. GIBBES.
THE ORA?RiT&W?IA
STASH MBM j
RUNS a CARRIAGE or SPRING WAGON j
to Orangebnrg, at 3 p. m., Tuesdays, j
Thursdays and Saturdays- making coonee- i
tion with the Charleston trains thc follo\?iiig j
mornings. t
On arrival of train or. Monday, Wednes?
day and Fridav, a vehicle starts for Colum?
bia. For pass'age, apply to J. H. FOWLES
nr E. COFFIN, at the store of R. M. Stoke*, '
Plain street. . _ . Aug 22 3* j
THE SUBSCRIBER j
HAS just received the following articles, !
direct from New York, via Charleston, ;
in teven davs,*by steamer, railroad and wa- |
gons, which lie offers for sale st !
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL: j
Bags choice RIO COFFEE. i
Boxes Colgate's FAMILY 80A'.'. j
TOILET "
*' Pine Apple Cheese.
V . English Dairy " * * I
Kits Family Mackerel. - j
Bbls. standard Coffee Sugar.
Stuart's " " !
" Crushed " ?
? AND
Cases Ladies' and Men's BALMORALS,
BOOTS and BROGANS. \
RICHARD CALDWELL.
Corner Bull and Camden streets. ]
Fornicrlv thc Upper Ration House.
_Ang 22_2_
Groceries, j
cfc?C3." tfcC!
WHITE SUGAR, COFFEE,
BROWN " GOSHEN BUTTER,
GREEN TEA, CANDLES,
Black Tea, Soap,
Cheese, ' Mackerel,
Biscuits, Herrings,
Black Pepper, Starch,
Mustard, Matches,
Blacking, Iron Spoons,
Brooms, Tinware,
Cabecea, Mourning Merlins,
Balmoral Skirts.
Just received and for sale bv .
6. M. COFFIN,
At the corner of Senate and Ball streets.
Aug 22 3*
Coi
NEW
mmission
AND
AUCTION DOUSE
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
ABOUT the 15th of October, or soon ss
the Railroads are completed to the in?
terior, we will hold tho first TiVA.DE SAIJ?
in Charleston, comprising the following
goods, viz:
600 cases of BOOTS, SHOES and HATS.
250 cases of assorted MERCHANDIZE.
350 kegs of LEAD.
We are agents for thc celebrated INDL\
RUBBEB SOLE BOOTS and SHOES, com
Srising men's, women's, misses' and #}hil
ren's assortments, one pair of which will
owt-last three pairs of the common sole
leather. The above shoes are made of fine
calf and glove leather tops, with Lidia rub?
ber attached to the leather sole.
We are also agents for a superior brand
of WHITE LEAD, and several leading arti?
cles needed in tho country. All of'She above
goods will bo offered at private sale, until
farther notice.
Produce of all kindstaken in exchange for
good?. JOHN COMMINS A CO.,
141 Meeting street, opposite Hayne st.,
?Og 23 1 Cbarkcloij, B. C.
4^1 OLD and SILVER COIN, Old Silver,
XJT Bank BDIB and Strathern Securities.
Applv daily between 12 and 2 o'clock to
JOHN W. CALDWELL,
Comer of Bull and Camden streets.
4gr*Special attention given to out-door
sales of Furniture at auction.
Apply as above. Aug 21 8
School Books.
rjIHE Subscribers beg leave to inform
M their, old friends aid thc public, that
they are now receiving, a large stock of
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, anti
everything usually found in a well furnish?
ed Bookstore, which they offer, and witt
sell cheap for cash. Country dealors and
Teachers can send on their orders now,
with thc assurance that they will receive
prompt attention.
Aug 21 f3 TOWNSEND & NORTH.
DAVIDSON COLLEGE,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
THE exercises of the College, and of the
Preparatory Department connected
with it, will be resumed on the 28th of SEP?
TEMBER.
As a measure necessary to the support of
the Institution in the existing derangement
of its finances, the Board of Trustees have
suspended, for twelve months, the privilege,
of using Scholarships m the payment of
tuition.
Tuition $20 for the seision of five months,
and Board $10 per month-payable in ad?
vance, iu specie, or its equivalent in curren?
cy or provisions.
It is desirable that Students should bring
with them such books as they may require;
also such articles of furniture "for their
rooms as they may be able tb transport.
For other particulars addresH the subscri
?ber, to the care (for the present) of Dr. E.
Nve Hutchison, Charlotte.
J. L. KIRKPATRICK.
Aug 22 imo President.
JUST RECEIVSD
AND FOR SALE BY
AT HIS RESIDENCE,
Corner Blanding and Bull Streets,
FINE CORSETTS. Black SEWING SILK,
La<hes' BUCK GAUNTLETTS and
U LOVES.
Ladies" White KID GLOVES.
La?ics' Mourning and Emb'd H'DK'FH. .
SILVER THIMBLES. SCISSORS.
Key Pings, Crape Collars.
Cologne, (pure and Ano. )
Lnbin's Extracts, Pomade. .
Butterfly Cravats, China Dolls.
Fancy Tuck Combs.
Black* Flax Thread, Satinets.
Oassimore, for suits.
Embroidery Cotton, Silk Gloves.
Silk Tissue, for veils.
Bleached shirting, Leather Belts.
DeBege, for travailing dresses,
badics' Merino Vests.
Low-priced Ladies1 Hose.
Fancy Vest and Dross Buttons.
Diaper Pins, Agate Buttons.
Gent's Linen Collars, Matches.
Black and Colored Silk Belting.
, Brooms, Black and Green Tea.
Spool Cotton, all numbers.
Mourning Calico.
Boys' Half Hose, Felt Hats.
Ruta Baga Turnip Seed. .Vc.. Aug 22 4
POSTAGE
POSTAGE STAMPS!"
POSTAGE STAMPS.
THE public can be accommodated with a
few POSTAGE STAMPS, by calling at
the store of the subscriber, who has just re?
ceived a large and varied stock of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, AC.
MELVIN M. COHEN,
Assembly street, Weet side,
Aug 19 One door from Pendleton st.
~~towe BROWN
WINDSOR SOAP,
ROB SALE AT
Temple College Siore, .
WITH a superior supply of TOILET
SOAPS, Tooth Brushes, Cologne,
Hair Grease, Ac, by
E. H. MOISE A CO.,
Piekons street, one door below Plain.
Aug 21 5_
Va nable Family Residence,
With afuR sujrol'jof Furniture, in fine order,
?t Private Sale.
THE above is situated on Plain street, in
the vicinity of tl? Female College, lo?
cated on bj acres of ground. The house,
contains eight rooms, with servant's house
of eight rooms, and all other buildings re?
quired, and a fine well of water. ?Attached
to the grounds are a choice variety of fruit
trees and shrubbery.
Partieidars, with't hc list of furniture, can
be had on application at my office.
JACOB LjEVIN,
Auction and Commission Agent,
Corner Plain and AsMemWv streets.
Aug 9 tlO
.ZLixotloxi. Sales.
Furniture, Crockery, Ac.
By Darbee & Walter.
WILL sell, at their office, THIS MORNING,
st 9i o'clock,
Setts Hair Seat Chairs, Si ring Mattresses.
Rockers, Marble Top Tables,. Crockery,
Glassware, Blankets. Comforts', Tables,
Bedsteads, Tools, Clothing, Carpets,
Beds, Ac.
Also, a lot of Silver-plated-ware.
Aug. 23 _ 1
" ' Mice.
By Jacob Levin.
-*| f\ BBLS. fresh beat RICE, diroct from
Xv the milla, at private Bale, ang 21 3
wanted,
AN active YOONG MAN, with a 8MALL
CAPITAL, to establish a News and Pe?
riodical Depot m Columbia. Address "?.,"
Post Office Box 241, Charleston, S. C.
Ang 22_3_
FEMALE COLLEGE
STORE!
Picketts Street, one door below Plain.
JUST received via Charleston a large
supply of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Ac., &c, viz: Chests Tea at S1.75 per lb.
il bis. Kentucky Leaf Lard,
" Western Flour,
" Rio Coffee,
" Sugar, (Crushed,)
" " (Brown,)
*' Goshen Butter,
" Bacon, Hams, Sides, Shoulders.
ALSO,
Boxes Starch, Candles, Soaps,
" Sardines, Raisins, Candice,
'. Cakes, Syrups, Gum Drops,
*' French Confectionary,
WITH A
Choice selection of Old Wines, Cordials,
Brandies and Liquors. For sale low bv
Aug 21 ? E. H. MOISE A CO.
COLUMBIA,
THE undersigned, having leased
llRT thc LARG K and COMMODIOUS
lU?LBUILDING known as the "Columbia
Methodist Female College," will open it as a
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, on September 7.
T. S. NICKERSON, Proprietor,
ses* Papers throughout the State insert
twice a week for five weeks, and tend bills
to this ofti-c. Aug 17
HEADQUARTERS,
DEPT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
HILTON HEAD,"S. C., Aug. 15, Ib?b
GENERAL ORDERS. AO. IS.
ITHE provisions af the following Circu
? lar will be strictly enforced tkronghont
tula Department. Officers of tho Inspector
General's Department will take cognizance
of it-in their inspections:
WAR DEPARTMENT,
BCREAC OF REFUGEES, FREEDMEN
AND An ANDONEO LANDS,
Washington, June 20, 1305.
CIRCULAR NO. 8.
I. The following ration,,.being substan?
tially that established in General Orders
No. 30. War Department, 1864, for issue by
thc Subsistence Department, to adult refu?
gees and to adult freedmen, when they are
not employed by the Government, and who
may have no means of subsisting them?
selves, i?^ republished for the information
of officers qt the Subsistence Department
who are issuing rations to the persons above
mentioned:'
RATION.
Pork or bacon, 10 oz., (in heu of fresh
beef.)
Fresh beef, 16 oz.
' Flour or soft bread,-16 oz., (twice a week.)
Hard bread, 12 oz., (in lieu of flour or soft
bread.)
Corn meal, 16 oz., (five times a week.)
Beans, peas or hominy? ]
10 fte. I
Sugar, 8 lbs. i
^Vinegar, 2 qts.
Candles, adamantine or ( (to 100 rations.)
star, 8 oz. |
Soap, 2 lbs.
Salt, 2 lbs.
Pepper, 2 oz. J
Women and children, in addition to the
foregoing ration, are allowed roasted rye
coffee-at the rate of ten (10) pounds, OT tea
at the rate of fifteen (15) ourtoes, to every
one hundred (100) rations. Children nndcr
fonrteen (14) years of age aro allowed half
rations:
II. Issues of provisions td the classes of
persons above described will be made on
ration returns for short periods of time, not
exceeding seven days, signed by a commis?
sioned officer, and approved by the com?
manding officer of thc post or station, and,
when practicable, by the Assistant Com?
missioner, or one of bis agents for the State
or District in which the issues arc made.
At the end of thc month these original
ration retaras will bc entered on a separate
abstract, compared, certified to, Ac, as is
described for issues to troops in paragraph
23, Subsistence Regulations of June 8,1863.
No subsistence stores will be turned over in
bulk to any Assistant Commissioner or
agent whatever, to bo by him issued.
III. In many cases the classes of persons
above named are nearly able to assist them?
selves, in which event, only such parts and
proportions of the ration as are actually
neoned wiU be issued.
O. O. HOWARD Major-General,
ConiT Bureau Refug's, Fr'dmen, Ac.
Approved: A. B. EATON, <3ommissary-G6
nerai of Subsistence.
II. AU "abandoned" bouses and lands
now in the possession of tho military autho?
rities throughout the State of Sou?h Caro?
lina, that are not required for military ase,
will bc at once turned over to such agents
of the Bureau of R<;iugccH, Freedmen and
Abandoned Lands as have authority, from
Bvevet Maj. Gen. H. Saxton, to receive them.
By command of
Maj. Gen. Q. A. OTLLMORE
W U M. Bimera, A. > G. Aog K
Charleston Advertieanient?.
FIRE ANO MARINE
Insurance Agency I
TUPP?B&LANE
163 MEETING ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.,
REPRESENT th? following fixst-clgat
companies:
GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE COM?
PANY, OF NEW YORE.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, OF
NEW YORK.
-PHOENIX FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
MANHATTAN IN6URANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
With aggregate cash capital of EIGHT
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS*
$8,000.000.
Risks taken on all descriptions of pro?
perty on reasonable tentas, and losses
premntlv settled.
S. Y. TUPPER. A. A. LANS.
Aug 14_26
j. H. BAGQETT ds CO.,
Factors and Commiulon Slercfcanta,
ALGER'S SOUTH WHARF,
. CHARLESTON, S. C.
SELL in this Market, or ship to New ??rk
or Liverpool, both Long and Short Sta?
ple COTTON. Liberal advances on ship?
ments, and returns made rn gold or trea?
sury note?, oe instructed.
J. H. RAGGETT. E. M. SPEIGHTS.
Aug 8 26
O. ZS. Chichester. *
RB AA. ESTATE BROKER,
18 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON.
AGENT for the purchase and sale of
REAL ESTATE in anyiof tho Southern
States. j
ALSO,
For the REPAIRING, RENTING, Ac, of
city property.
Owners of property in Charleston, tin
avoidably detained in the up cotrhtry, can
have their property taken care of and
promptly attended to by Bending to above
a Power of Attorney, to assume control of
tho same, until the owner's return. Infor?
mation as to thc condition of property in?
jured by shells, and otherwise, with prob?
ole expense of repairing, sent on application.
J9* Wanted to purchase, for partie?
seeking investment of Beal Estate, in South
Carolina, several PLANTATIONS, in woik
ing order, in ihi upper portion of tho State.
Aug 8 2P_?
Willis & Chisolm,,
Factors, CoromMi'on Merchant*,
AND SWPPIFG AGENTS.
OrTKE, MILLS BOUSE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
r. vm.T TS. A. *. CHisem
"YJ"rTILL attend to Ute purehe?e, sale nnd
j> shtpirifcv.? ,ro forcisn. and domestic
portsl of COTTON, PICE, LUMBER,
N AVAL STORES; to the collection cf Drafts,
Purchase-and Sale of ah Rocuritiea. Con?
signments of Vcssola solicited.
REF UH s TO:
MeSPrs" John Fraser A Co., Charleetcr,
S. C.
Messrs. Cc?. W. Williams A Co., "
Meiers. George A. Hooley A Co., '*
George Scblev, Esq., Augusta, Ga.
T. S. Metcalf," Esq.,
Messrs. Clark, Dodge & Co., New York.
Messrs. Murray A Nephew, . " **
Messrs. E. W. Clark & Co., Philadelphia,
Penn.
Messrs. Pendergast, Fenwick 4 Co., Bal?
timore, Md.
Messrs. Samuel Harris A 8ons, Baltimore,
Md. _Aug 8 26
Office Gen. Sup. W. and M. ?. E.,
SCMTEK, August 15, 1865.
ON aud after August 18, a DAILY TRAIN
will run between Kingsville and Wil?
mington. Leaving Kingsville doily at 8.00*.
a. m., and arriving at Kingsville 7.30 p. m.
These Trains will make daily connections at
Wilmington with Trains for any ppint
North. They also will continue to connect
with Trains on tho Northeastern Railroad
for Charleston and Cheraw and Darlii?;ton
Railroad. These Trains carry both freight
and passengers. HENRY M. DEANE,
A ug 16 2wd General Superintendent.
FENNER, BENNETTS; BOWMAN,
(Snc'eors to Hotchkiss, Fenner A Bennett, >
COM. MERCHANTSt
40 VESSEY STREET, NEW YORE, '
AND
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEB,.
TH OS. TENNER, H. BENNETT, IX W. BOWMAN.
MR. T. A. TOBIN, who was for a length
of time connected with the old firm of
Hotchkiss, Fenner A Bennett, has an inter?
est it the present firm, and will devote his
attention principally to the State of-South
Carolina. His address will be Clinton,
Laurens District. _Aug 4 Imo
In view of the importance of the approach?
ing Convention, it is of vital consequence
to un that we should be represented by men,
not only of patriotism and experience, but
of legal s-cquirementb. I beg, therefore, to
present t?o.the voters of Richland the nar.its
of the following gentlemen, who are emi?
nently titted for the respousiblt po&t lor.
which they ar? nominated:
CHANCELLOR - CARROL,
HON. WM. F. D?SAUS8URE,
COL. WM. WALLACE,
COL. F. w. MCMASTER. Aug b
For ibe Convention.
The friends of the Union and of their
State, desiring ti? bring into ker coun^?s
Sracticol knowledge, sound patriotism and
evotiou to her best; interests, respectfully
nominate the following gentlemen at delo
?ates to the State Convention from tho
?istriet of Richland:
JOHN CAIJWELL,
WADE HAMPTON,
A, R. TAYLOR,
W. A. BARRIS. ax?gn?<l V*

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