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Servants' Clothing--Servants' Clothing. --Our assortment of Servants' Clothing was never so good as it is now, consisting of all the usual varieties — say. Heavy 5-4 Virginia made Fulled Cloth; heavy ½ do. do. do.; Sheep's Greys, Kerseys, Cassinets, &c., &c., Lin says and heavy Kerseys, for women; Blankets Flannels. Stockings, &c., &c. All of which we offer for sale as low as goods of the same quality can be had in Richmond. Chiles & Chenery
Servants' Clothing--Servants' Clothing. --Our assortment of Servants' Clothing was never so good as it is now, consisting of all the usual varieties — say. Heavy 5-4 Virginia made Fulled Cloth; heavy ½ do. do. do.; Sheep's Greys, Kerseys, Cassinets, &c., &c., Lin says and heavy Kerseys, for women; Blankets Flannels. Stockings, &c., &c. All of which we offer for sale as low as goods of the same quality can be had in Richmond. Chiles & Chenery
n, the following message was received from the Governor: The Act of Congress, passed in the year 1816, enacts that the Electors of President and Vice President shall be appointed on the Tuesday next after the first Monday of the month of November, of the year in which they are to be appointed. The annual meeting of the Legislature of South Carolina, by a constitutional provision, will not take place until the fourth Monday in November instant. I have considered it my duty, under the auNovember instant. I have considered it my duty, under the authority conferred upon me, to convene the Legislature on extraordinary occasions, to convene you that you may, on to-morrow, appoint the number of Electors of President and Vice-President to which this State is entitled. Under ordinary circumstances your duty could be soon discharged by the election of Electors representing the choice of the people of the State, but in view of the threatening aspect of affairs, and the strong probability of the election to the Presidency of a sectional cand
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an exposition of the will of the people may be obtained on a question involving such momentous consequences, I would earnestly recommend that in the event of Abraham Lincoln's election to the Presidency, a Convention of the people of this State be immediately called, to consider and determine for themselves the mode and measure ofd preparing the State for defence. Mr. Brist, urging it in the House, said action should be prompt, immediate, unqualified, effective and decisive in case of Lincoln's election. Hon. Wm. C. Boyce spoke yesterday, from the steps of the Congaree Hotel, urging secession in case of Lincoln's election. He was followed by otheincoln's election. Hon. Wm. C. Boyce spoke yesterday, from the steps of the Congaree Hotel, urging secession in case of Lincoln's election. He was followed by other prominent Carolinian. Charleston, Nov. 7--P. M. --James Connor, U. S. District Attorney, and W. F. Colcock, Collector of the port, have resigned.
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snut was hitherto uncommitted. It is rumored that Senator Hammond will follow suit. Messrs. Bonham, Rhett, ex-Gov. Adams and others spoke also in the same strain. [by Telegraph.] Charleston, Nov. 7. --The U. S. Judge for this district resigned his office this morning in open court. Columbia, S. C.,, Nov. 7. --In the Legislature yesterday, a joint resolution was adopted making the special order of the day for Thursday, the question of reorganizing the militia and preparing the State for defence. Mr. Brist, urging it in the House, said action should be prompt, immediate, unqualified, effective and decisive in case of Lincoln's election. Hon. Wm. C. Boyce spoke yesterday, from the steps of the Congaree Hotel, urging secession in case of Lincoln's election. He was followed by other prominent Carolinian. Charleston, Nov. 7--P. M. --James Connor, U. S. District Attorney, and W. F. Colcock, Collector of the port, have resigned.
cial order for Tuesday noon, and the Legislature adjourned. The conviction of the necessity of secession is hourly gaining ground. The federal officials of Charleston are said to have their resignations written. At the celebration in Savannah of the completion of the Charleston and Savannah Railroad, the Mayor of Savannah pledged fifty thousand Georgians to rush to the assistance of South Carolina if coerced. Collector Colcock, of Charleston, made an eloquent disunion speech. Mr. Buchanan was teased as the last of an illustrious line. There is the greatest enthusiasm for a Southern Confederacy here. Every hat has a cockade, and all minds are resolved to fight. Columbia, Nov. 5--12 P. M.--A caucus was held to-night, at which it was ascertained that a large majority of the Legislature are for immediate secession by State action. An immense crowd assembled this evening at the Congaree House and serenaded Senator Chesnut. He spoke long and eloquently, declarin
A caucus was held to-night, at which it was ascertained that a large majority of the Legislature are for immediate secession by State action. An immense crowd assembled this evening at the Congaree House and serenaded Senator Chesnut. He spoke long and eloquently, declaring the last hope of the Union gone and resistance unavoidable. The speech was enthusiastically received, because Mr. Chesnut was hitherto uncommitted. It is rumored that Senator Hammond will follow suit. Messrs. Bonham, Rhett, ex-Gov. Adams and others spoke also in the same strain. [by Telegraph.] Charleston, Nov. 7. --The U. S. Judge for this district resigned his office this morning in open court. Columbia, S. C.,, Nov. 7. --In the Legislature yesterday, a joint resolution was adopted making the special order of the day for Thursday, the question of reorganizing the militia and preparing the State for defence. Mr. Brist, urging it in the House, said action should be p
Important from South Carolina. The South Carolina Legislature met at Columbia, Monday. After organization, the following message was received from the Governor: The Act of Congress, passed in the year 1816, enacts that the Electors of President and Vice President shall be appointed on the Tuesday next after the first Monday of the month of November, of the year in which they are to be appointed. The annual meeting of the Legislature of South Carolina, by a constitutional provision, will not take place until the fourth Monday in November instant. I have considered it my duty, under the authority conferred upon me, to convene the Legislature on extraordinary occasions, to convene you that you may, on to-morrow, appoint the number of Electors of President and Vice-President to which this State is entitled. Under ordinary circumstances your duty could be soon discharged by the election of Electors representing the choice of the people of the State, but in view of
ght, at which it was ascertained that a large majority of the Legislature are for immediate secession by State action. An immense crowd assembled this evening at the Congaree House and serenaded Senator Chesnut. He spoke long and eloquently, declaring the last hope of the Union gone and resistance unavoidable. The speech was enthusiastically received, because Mr. Chesnut was hitherto uncommitted. It is rumored that Senator Hammond will follow suit. Messrs. Bonham, Rhett, ex-Gov. Adams and others spoke also in the same strain. [by Telegraph.] Charleston, Nov. 7. --The U. S. Judge for this district resigned his office this morning in open court. Columbia, S. C.,, Nov. 7. --In the Legislature yesterday, a joint resolution was adopted making the special order of the day for Thursday, the question of reorganizing the militia and preparing the State for defence. Mr. Brist, urging it in the House, said action should be prompt, immediate, unqu
held to-night, at which it was ascertained that a large majority of the Legislature are for immediate secession by State action. An immense crowd assembled this evening at the Congaree House and serenaded Senator Chesnut. He spoke long and eloquently, declaring the last hope of the Union gone and resistance unavoidable. The speech was enthusiastically received, because Mr. Chesnut was hitherto uncommitted. It is rumored that Senator Hammond will follow suit. Messrs. Bonham, Rhett, ex-Gov. Adams and others spoke also in the same strain. [by Telegraph.] Charleston, Nov. 7. --The U. S. Judge for this district resigned his office this morning in open court. Columbia, S. C.,, Nov. 7. --In the Legislature yesterday, a joint resolution was adopted making the special order of the day for Thursday, the question of reorganizing the militia and preparing the State for defence. Mr. Brist, urging it in the House, said action should be prompt, imme
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