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THE DAILY NEWS.
SS- LAUGEST CIRCULATION -TU- DAILV NEWS
BEING TEE KEWSPAPEB 0FFK1ALL? r.ECCG
NI SEC AS HAVLNG IDE LARGEST, CIRCULATION
IN IEE CIT OF CHABL'-STON, PUBUJL'1..S TSE
UST OF LtTTERS IJEILUNTNG IN THE FOSIOF
FICE Ar TES IND OF EACH WELK, ACCORDING
TO THE TROVTSIONS CF THE NEW IVSIOITICE
WEDNESDAY 1IORXD?G, NOVEMBER 2?. 1367.
LOCAL M A TTE Rs
A UCTION SALES THIS DA Y.
SMITH * MCGILLIVRAY will sell at 10 o'clock,
liorsej. males, vehicles aud furniture.
N. HCNT ? ?SON will sell, at 10 o'clock, boots,
KILBOY * Co. W?1 sell, at 10 o'clock, clothing,
?Irv ;?oods Ac.
B. iL AIAHSHALL & BRO. will seil, at IO4 o'clock,
horses, mulee. cows, &c.
CAirPBfcxi, KNOX A Co. will sell, at 10 o'clock,
MCKAY ic CAMPBEU. will sci.', at 10 o'clock,
contents of a drv goods store.
FAST-During the issue of our last edition from
tho press ?n accident occurred to our engine,
which rendered it peraajendj and forever use?
less. Thia morning cur motive povrer is an en?
tirely new engine, which in the sheri space of
eight houri bas boen transported, piece by piece,
to our establishment, put together bv skilful
hands, and is now part and parcel of tho varied
machinery of the office.
To have accomplished this grand CJUO tie mai ?,
which his obviated tho neoessity cf a single hour's
delay in the regular issue 0: tho NEWS, would hevo
been impossible without the generous co-operation
of some of the bejt artisans ID Charleston, and
we accordingly tender our thanks to Messrs. Ca?
meron Sz Berkley and to the builders, Messrs.
John F. Taylor & Co., of the Phoenix Iron Works,
of Charleston, as tho "federal head" of a. corps of
the most energetio workers, and to Mr. 1?. Brady,
who transportad the engine promptly to our office,
forth? Ekili, rapidity and perfection wiih which
they here labored in the cause of tho public. It
ia a Twit worthy of rejord, and notwithstanding
the largo oe tlay necessitated by thc accident, we
aro almost gild that tho opportunity bas Leon af?
forded us of demonstrating what we can and mean
to do in the service of our friends-tho People.
DIED-A negro living on Morris street died on
Monday ni 'ht undor suspioious circumstances.
Th? case will be investigated at once by tho proper
CO-OPSBATTV? STOBKS.-In another oolumrr will
be found an introductory lotter apon tho subject
of Co-operative Stores, to which we call special at?
tention. The 8.ibjoctis ono in which tho DA?LT
Kelt's baa taker, peculiar interest, and we will gi ve
place with pleasure to any further communications
in reference to a mutter which is considered t )
be of so great a consequence to our community.
TH* CITY.-Tho quiet that reigned throughout
the city yesterday, and the peace and good order
that was preserved, were proofs that, in point of
morality, no reconstruction is needed. Notwith?
standing the novelty of the election, and tho large
number of uneducated persons who ware depos?
iting their firsi votes, there was no attempt at any
disturbance, ajd no arrests wero made. The clos?
ing of the bar rooms may have produced this
happy result, as there waa no opportunity to fall
from grace; but the past history cf this city
shows that her people live sober, moral and reli?
gious lives, and a small occurrence like tho pres?
ent election is not sufficient to lead them astray.
A YACHT r-aiVES TO SEA ASD NEARLY LOST.
The yacht Fiora, five tons, owned by Hr. G. C.
Kirby, of Beaufort, sailed for Savannah on Mondiy
night last, with a cargo of rice end ground-nuts,
having aboard tho owner, Eugene Enday, and two
colored men. A gale soon sprang up, and salo3
and rigging wore carried away. Every man
aboard worked w tu a will, b it before morning all
gave up in despair. About midnight on Monday
the F.ora was driven towards, and insight of, thc
light ship oft Martin's. Industry. Thia w^s soon
left astern; and all r.ppoarad lost, when a Boston
schooner hove in sight and the crew ol the Flora
was providentially saved.
TD GOOD OLD TUIES.-A visitor to the Hotels
last night, was forcibly reminded 0! the good old
times when greenbacks iran unknown and busi?
ness flourished. Tho streets for the past two
days have presented quito a lively appearance,
from the number of strange faces that wera seen
in every direction. This influx has boen caused
principally by tho meeting of tho Grand Lodge in
this city, bat the inducements now offered by the
Theatre and Circus havo caused many persons
from tho intenor to visit the city by the score.
The large lobby of the Charleston Hotel was crowd?
ed last night with guests, and tho buzz of conver?
sation and ths bustle of new arrivals, were choc-r?
ing sounds, that forcibly recalled tho past. As
th? season advances, the travel to tho city will ba
considerably increased, and will ena '. ? the Hotels
to show lists ol arrivals that will compare favora?
bly with those of pannier days.
?*TE-T- 0? MoBTAurr.-T?eturn of deaths within
?che city of Charleston for the week ending No?
vember 15:h, 18J7:
ciar i ana.
Dropsy, fi om Hear: Disease.
Hemorrhage, C in bili cal.
Lungs, Congestion of.
8 9 il
Whites, 7; Blacks and Colored, 30-Total, 37.
CndeT 1 year of age. 7, Between 50 and 60 years. 0
Between land 5years.. 4]Between60and 70 years. 3
Between Sand 10years.. 1 Between 70and 80years. 1
Between 10 and 30 ye ATS. . a| Between 80 and SO years. 0
Between 20 and 80 years.. 3'between 90 and 100 yeats. 1
J&etweem SOand 40 >eara.. 2jOrer 100 years of age.0
.Between 40 and 50 years.. 3J_^_
Ofttoeof City Hcgistrsr, .\3vcmber ?9, 1S67.
GEORGE S. 'AL i.U. M. h.. City lUigistrar.
HOTED ARRIVALS 0 G P. M. YESTERDAY.-H?ls
House.._?ta>pr M. B. Moira, Samtor; D. C. Wilson,
Beaufort, 8. CFrank Jules, Covington, Ky.; P.
A, Walsh, Coiuui?ia; W. G. Mayos, Newberry; R.
Langeton, Spartiuburg; A. G. Mandel, N. Y.; H. L.
Farley, Bennett's Pruitt, fl. C., and Mrs. H. M. Far?
ley and child; J. M. Young, Barnwell; G. A. Wil?
kins, Savannah; W. H. Scott, Ajusta. Fred. Hall,
New Orleans. J. :j. Roberts, Mrs. George Gurny,
N. Y.; E. A. Mayer, N. T.; C. A. Hill, Engend;
Wm. Wal3on, Eug.and; Borac? fl. Brooks, steam?
Charleston Holet.-G. M. Jordan, Abbeville, S.
C.; T. A. Ccnnor, Cokesbury; Jas. McCullough,
Greenville; S. SamT Knight, Laurensvlile; J. W.
Jones, Martin's Depo:, S. C.; K. S. Griffith, Clin?
ton; J. M. Cline, York; W. B. Thompson. Chester;
J. A. Wood, Spartanburg; W. R. Gaston, Sptrtin
burg; C. M. Miller, Laurens; T. A. Hudgi?e, Ho?
nes Path; T. B. Crems, Laurens; C. G. Jaeger,
Laurens; J. A. Hoyt, Anderson; J. H. N?.sh, Green?
ville; W. H. D. Gaillard and A. J. Tilter., Pendle?
ton; J. B. CliuK, W. Hamilton and Jno. Honkies,
Anderson; C. V. Barn: -, Louiivl!!'?; D.-. E. T. J.
Hayes, Lexington; A. F. Langford, Ld ? 1} Ri?
chard Tozer, A. L. Solomon and *.V. ?. Walter Co?
lumbia; S. Marahmt'.a, Rubt. 2icDod'Tal, H. X.
Dont and S. C Peixotto, Cc'ombi..; ll. ?5. Kerr,
Abbeville; 0. A. Pickett und son, Cree;: .lie; Jas.
P. kiar zn? E. Livingston, Orangebnrg; V. L.
Duval, Edgef.elJ, B. H. Walton an? S. LT. Perott,
Columbia; Ja.>. H. Huiet and E. J. Goggins, adt,c
fleld; J. M. Wheeler, Xcwb.rry; G. W. Break, .V
?.; Jno. H. Loomis, Colum?ia; C:ia3. Antoine, Cv
lumbia; Asa -iatch, Moiajhi:,, xena.; Z. '?V. Cn
lisle, Edgeae.-, S.I. Dea:--;, Augusta, G .; Robt
Henry, M. D., Williamsburg; J. J. Browae, Au
?asta; W. Pickett, N. Y.
Patuion ?o.ei~S. E. Stratton, and Joan Stock,
Co.umbia, N. G. Airman, W. C. ?liman, W. H.
Roane, and A. J. Moore, Franklin, K. C.; E. C.
Mason, St. George's. 8. C. R. B.; W. H. Haynes,
Aagasta; EJsH. Dowling, Barnwell; D. W. Haines,
j N. ileCiU, Proreacer-Mre. H. G. Gray, Cbcraw;
??e. fl. Walsh, N. Y.; Cha*. S. Mederey, U. S. A.
THEATRE.-A rather better house greeted the
Templeton Dramatic Company last evening than
oa tho occasion of their first appearance. Thc
piec.? ouGaca -.Tero also rendered more carefully,
id ; .iere ive o passages in which the acting was
ly g jod. V'hon tho circus has departed 6nd
.j vridcllcd off to frosh fields and
, wo shall expect to BOO our improvis
itre owded nightly. An entirely new bill
. ctferod chis ovening.
UNITES STATES 'OCET-HON. GEOHQE S. BBYAN
IT.ESLV.NO.-The case cf the steamor Little Addie
was resumed, und. on motion of Messrs. Brown A
Mikel!, it was ordered that tho value of the prop?
erty arrested be ascertained and a report made to
the Court without delay, and that thc claimants
have tho property delivered on making the neces?
sary stipulations. David Risley being appointed
Thc United States vs. 250 barrels molasses, for
violation of the Internal Revenue laws. B. S.
Duryea, Esq., and J. B. Campbell, Esq.. for tho
libellants. Messrs. Porter & Conner and A. G.
Magrath for tho defendants. Tho Court resumed
the consideraliou of this case, and it was argued
to tho hour of adjournment.
SELLING A YOTEE.-Ona of the enfranchised,
who was not used to thc wiles of the world, accopted
a gentleman m tho street yesterday with tho mod?
es: request that ho would buy hie ticket. Somo
sur;,n.:o betas; expressed at this novel demand, he
waa rrquo?tcd to explain, and thus unbosomed
himself: "Yon seo, boss, I stays on John Island,
an a man gim mo too ticket an tah me to put ono
in do box, an to call di oder in Charleston. Iee
bm ail ober de place, and doy all has dere own tick?
ets, au i'U Peli dis now for a loaf o' bread." It waa
not considered advisable to open tho eyes of the
wandering voter; but ho was politely informed
that his ticket was not saleable in that quarter.
Cuffee opened his eyes, gave a despond.ng grunt,
and went on his weary way hjnting a bid for his
JOHN ROBERSON'S GBEAT SHOW.-This truly great
combination of tho wonders of nature and art waa
visited by an immense concourse of people yester?
day, all of wnoin, without a dissenting voice,
rendered their tribute of praise to the great show?
man. The large size <*f the tent did not deter the
people from taking it by storm, and once inside,
they were loth to leave, but gave themselves np to
enjoyment. John's actors are masters of their
professions, and thorough experts in gymnastics.
Their feats of horsemanship and the agility which
they exhioit are surprising, and command the ap?
plause of their audience. Mdlle. Allice is the star
of thc troupe, and has already made hosts of friends
during her visit, of the others it is useless to
epcak, as they are to be sean in order to be appre
preciated. The menagerie, the trained animals
and the side shows, are each worthy of attention,
and arc each so perfect, that the name of combi?
nation is no longer a matter of surprise.
REGULAS MEETING or Crrr COUNCIL.-Present,
his Honor tho Mayor, Aldermen Bavenel, Gerdts,
Small, O'Neil, Stemmcyer, Olney, Oakes, Easton,
Cosgrove, Courtenay, Pringle, Willis.
Tho minutes of the last meeting were read and
'l he Mayor stated that in the present instance
he deamed it best to vary the general routine of
business by reading to Council tho opinion of the
City Attorney on the legality of acts done by
them while holding over:
Bon. P C. Gaillard, Mayor :
SIB: I understand the question to be, whether,
m case of the city election not being held, the
Mayor and Aldermen can hold over beyond the
limits ot their 'erm, so as to be legally capable of
transacting public business.
The Act of 1783 is the Charter or fundamental
law of thu Corporation.
Section 8 of that Aot provides that, on the first
Monday of September 1784, and in every year
thercaft r, there shall be an election for Wardens,
at'tor ten days' cotice, and the persons so chosen
may take the oath of qualification, allegiance and
office, before tho Intendant for the time being,
alter winch they ahaU be fully qualified to act as
Wardens, or sit as members of the City Counoil;
but after a new election of \Varde\s none of tho
former Wardens shall sit as members of the City
Couned, unlesB they shall have been re-elected.
Section 9 provides that the person chosen Inten?
dant s hall take the oath or qualification in tho
presence of the Wardens, uutil which, tho former
intendant shall continue to act, and so forth.
In relation to the Mayor, the provision is ex?
ploit, that the Intendant shall act uutil the new
one takes the oath of office.
In i elation to Wardens, it is provided that, "af?
ter a new election ot Wardens" none ol tho former
Wardens shall sit as members of the City Council,
unless they shall have been re-elected." Hore the
implication id clear that they may sit unt? a new
olection, otherwise the provision would have been
nugatory. If their right of service ceased abso?
lutely .ipon the expiration of their term, it would
have been unnecessary to prescribe that they
should not sit after election unless re-elected. The
uegation of the riuht to sit alter election is an af
arinanco of the right to sit an ? eleotion.
It is to bo observed that there is a difference- be?
tween the Intendant and the Wardens. The In?
tendant may sit alter ?section, and until bia suc?
cessor qualities by taking the oath. But the War?
dens cannot hold after election, although their
successors have not qualified. The purpose is
manifestly that all should hold over until a new
election, und that the Intendant should continue
to hold unt? "the new Coanod was organized, or,
at least, until his successor was in condition to
.here is no term of office specified in the char?
ier. By subsequent Acts, the title of Intendant
and W.-.rdeus was changed to Mayor and Alder?
men, and the term of office was fixed, first for one
year, and then lor two years. But there are no
rcstriativc wonk, nor do the provisions in the
charter appear lo havo been repealed or altered.
In the Act of 1852, vhi.-h changed the time of
holding the election and extended the term trom
one to two years, it was provided that "all the
laws now of force in relation to the election of I
Mayor and Aldermen of tho city of Charleston,
except so far as hereby repealed, be and continue
Independently of the charter, I think the better
opinion is that municiual officers, even where their
tenn is fixed, may hold over until a new election,
to prevent a dissolution of the corporation. If
there bj restrictivo words, such as "for ono year
only," or for "ono year and no longer," the result
wo?id be otherwise. Ia the caso of Foot vs.
Prowse. Mayor of Truro (2 Strange, 625. and 2
Bro .va Vari Cases, 269), a o?anse in a charter which
directe..1 that Aldermen should be ohosen annual?
ly, was ueld to be only directory and not to deter?
mine tho office at the end of the year. In Angel
amt Ames, ou Corporations, the rois, after an ex?
amination of cases, is stated thus ia section 143 :
"Without doubt a statute or a bve-hiw, or even an
appointment, may be so restrictive es to terminate
an annual office at the end oi the year, but an elec?
tion to office for a year has never been considered
,45 one ol this description." There ore no restric?
tive words in the Acts rel? Ung to the terms of j
Ma-, or and Aldermen.
Although there may be some doubt under the
cases at common law, I th nk all doubt is set at
rest in this case by the terms of the charter, and
tbat in the event of non-eleotion the Mayor and
Aldermen may bold over until a new election.
W. D. PORTER, City Attorney.
I concur in the above opinion.
W. ALSTON PRINGLE,
The applications of sundry parties for licenses
were referred to the Committee on Licenses.
The return of the Harbor Master for the month
of October, $456.66, was received as information.
The bill of Ed. Collins, showing statement of
arcouuts paid and due for building the Tradd Street
Causeway, was read with a communication showing
bb at an under estimate had been made, and asking
The bill of Mr. John Russell for books and sta?
tionery furnished tho High School, was referred to
the Committee on Accounts.
Alderman Riven el, flem the Committee on Waya
and Means, made the following report:
The Committee of Ways and Moans, to whom
was referred the memorial of the Sergeants and
Privates of the Police, report, that they have given
tbe matter their careful consideration. Theonlyre
SOttrce by which means can bo obtained, will be by
requiring tho Sheriff to proceod to the last resort
ot enforcing the payment of taxes past due. Harsh
a.< it may seem, ahd reluctant as tho Committee is,
io recommend this course, noue other presents it
oclf to tlieai. Atnoug those in default, are many
upen wham it Trill fall hard, huton the other hand,
ibero aro many who could meet their taxes, were
tUov disposed to do so. As Council cannot dis?
criminate, all UH necessarily be included.
Thc Committee will conclude by recommending
the adoption of the following resolution :
ReS'-ived, That the City Shoriff bo instructed to
enforce the executions aga;nat defaulters by sal-1,
ns wrescribed by law.
Z. 13. OAKES.
P. C. GAILLARD.
Alderman. Pringle reported the cumber of va
cant offices, which ?as laid ow tor consideration
uutil tl;o next regular meetiug.
Tiic Committee on Licenses reported favorably
oe canary applications.
The Committee on Accounts reported favorably
oe sundry bilis rora the Orphan House and Gas
Hie Mayor submitted the bond ot Mr. J. H.
- City Assessor, signed by H, B. Olney,
which wau accepted.
. auk tti. c ',-\3 rend from the City Attor?
ney referring to tbs -ctloa of the Express Comps
ny m resisting the tax imposed by the city, and
K3king if lie ?hcald represent the city at Columbia
in the trial ci tue case.
?-i motion of Alderman Bavenel, the City Attar*
"cy waa requested to ret for the city at the ap?
proaching tr-nl in Columbia.
O.LC Bill to reduce tte salaries of city officers,
?:., waa postponed for further coasidoiation in
consequence of *he absence of the Chairman, and
tho Mayor waa requested to call an extra meeting
on his return.
? No further business appearing, th? Council ad?
THE COUBTOK EQUITY-CHANCELLOR W. D. JOHN?
SON PKESTDING.-Thc caso of Clark rs. Devoaux
waa oontiDued aud arguod by Mr. Henry Buist to
tho hour of adjournment.
PERSONAL.-We had the pleasure yesterday of
receiving an editorial grip from Mr. Jas. A. Hart,
proprietor of the Anderson Intelligencer. The
Intelligencer is a large and important paper, ha?
ving a large circulation. Mr. Hoyt is prepared to
represent it to our commuuity as ono of the best
advertising medium in the State.
THE ELECION FOR TETE CONVENTION.-INCI?
DENTS OF THE DAY.-SIGHTS AROUND TUB POLLS.
-The election farce was opened yesterday morn?
ing at 9o'clook, and, tor a few hours, the different
polls wero thronged with an eager crowd of dar?
kies, ail anxious to display their rights as citi?
zens by depositing their maiden votes. An elec?
tion day has always been considered a necessary
evil, and to avoid any disturbance an order was is?
sued by Gene ral Glitz, closing all bar rooms. This
was strictly observed, though the restriction was
not needed, an the city was more quiet and order?
ly than it has been st many previous elections.
Tho absence of all opposition prevented any bet?
ting, and tue apathy manifested by the whites left
the track opon, and it was swept in a single dash.
Boyond the vicinity of the polls the ordinary rou?
tine of business-life waa observed, except where
the irrepressible freedmen had deranged matters
by absenting themselves from their employments.
Along the wharves a number of negroes who
were engaged in unloading vessels, became affect?
ed with the b&?ot on the brain, and left for the
polls, but as a general thing, the voling did not
imped? business, tho newly fledged depositing
their votes and returning to their ta-ks. At some
of the polls a queue wa3 formed, but this was
soon dispensed with as the day advanced, and at
times the]poll8 were without any applicant?. No dis?
order or undue excitement was seen during the
day, and the voting was done decently and in or?
der. At each poll several policemen were station?
ed, but their sennoas were n it called into requisi?
tion, and they served only to remind the crowd of
th?) malesty of the law. Tho result of yesterday's
voting shows that it is a one-sided affair, and if this
is a white man's government they have cortainly
taken no portion in the Convention farce that is
about to be enacted.
Tho following was the result of the voting in the
city yesterday, not ona vote being "against Con?
Wards. Whites. Blacks.
No. 1.2 26o
No. 2.8 436
No. 8.5 j_i
No. 4.2 683
Nos. 5 and 7.0 381
Nos. 6 and 8.2 258
The total number of registered voters in this
city is, vsh les 3491, and blacks 5188, so that 4340
votes, in all, must be cast to oarry the question in
favor of Convention.
Tax STNCD or THE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
CHURCH or SOUTH CAROLD?A-FITTH AND LAST
DAIS' SESSION.-The Synod met at nine o'clock A.
M., at the Wentworth street Lutheran Church,
the President being in the Chair.
The meeting was opened with prayer by the
Bev. Dr. Baohman, after whioh the minutos of tho
last meeting were read and confirmed.
Dr. Bachman, Cbairminof il o Committee ap?
pointed to oxpress the condolence of the Synod
with Mi*. John H. Honour in bis recent bereave?
ment, reported that they had discharged their sad
Kev. Professor Smeltzer, Chairman of the Com?
mittee appointed at tho last session of the Synod
to make proposals to the General Synod in refer?
ence to the location of a Theological Seminary, ro
ported that " in accordance with instructions, the
following plan had been presented to the General
Synod at Staunton, Virginia.
1. Ea .-h Synod shall be represented in a Board
2. The General Synod shall tako under its super?
vision, as its own Theological Seminary, the Somi
nary of the Synod of South Carolina, known former?
ly as the Lexington Seminary, but mote r econ tij?
as the Theological Seminary of Newbeiry, South
3. The Synod of South Carolina shall release all
claims to tho aforesaid Seminary, and bestow it
gratuitously on the General Synod.
4. The General Synod shall have powor to
change tho location and alter tho namo, provided
tho individuality of tho Theological Seminary of |
South Carolina bo perpetuated, and tho Alumni
not deprived of their Alma Mtier.
5. The Synod of South Carolina will assure tho
General Synod that she will support a Frofoas r in
the institution, and support him from her own
This plan was presented to the Goneral Synod
and accepted by that body. It now remains for
tho Synod here to sanction tho action of the com?
The following resolutions were then adopted :
Resolut d, 1. That tho Synod of South Carolina
sanctions and confirms tho above mentioned plan
presented by the Committee to the Goneral Sy?
nod, at its last Convention in Staunton, Virginia.
Rex ?ved, 2. That in view of locating the Theolo?
gical Seminary within the bounds of this Synod, and
as a bid for the location of tho Seminary, tho Sy?
nod of South Carolina offers tho North wing of
Newberry College, built expressly for a Theologi?
An election fer members of the Board of Direc?
tors of No wherry College was then held, with tho
following result :
Clerical Members-Bev. Dr. Bachman, Honorary
President: Bevs. E. Caughman. S. Bouknight, T.
S. Boniest, J. Hawkins, W. S. Bowman, and A. B.
Lay Members-Captain G. S. Haoker, Captain J.
H. Steinmeyer, Jr., Captain W. K. Bachman, Major
G. Leapheart, J. N. Hoffman, Major H. Summers,
Colonel S. Fair, Captain J. P. Auld, Major P. E.
Wise, W. Langford, N. A. Hunter, and Dr. H. M.
The following resolution, proposed by Bev. T. 8.
Bcinest, was adopted :
Whereas, the Scholarship system under which
Newberry College was inaugurated, and np to this
time has been carried on, has proved a failure, and
rendered it impossible for the Board to meet the
salaries of the Professors ; therefore be it
ResJvtd, That it is the sense ot this Synod that
tho Board of Directors of Newberry collego should
make an appeal to tho holders of Scholarships,
whether paid for in lull or or in part, to relinquish
said Scholar ships voluntarily to the Board.
A resolution instructing the Board of Directors
of Newberry Collego to meet on tbs second Tues?
day in Deoembor next was adopted.
Capt. G. S. Haoker offered the following resolu?
tion, whioh was adopted:
Resolved, That the members and delegates of |
the different charges be furnished with lists, and
subscriptions be taken up in behalf of Newberry
College, and tho amount collected be forwarded
to the Treasurer as soon as c illection has been
Rev. A. B. Bude proposed tho following aa sup?
plementary to the above, and it wis
Resolced, That the names of all parties who
bavo already pledged themselves for the relief of
the College be p.aced on the subscription lists to
be furnished to our membors and lay delegates.
Tho Synod having now oornpleted its regular
business, alter praj'er by tho Prosident, was ad?
journed with tho benediotion, to meet in St. Paul's
Church, Newberry District, on the Thursday be?
fore the third Sundav in October, 18?8.
WB aro under obligation- to Purser Brookes of
th QStoamship Champion for favor*.
FOB GOOD CLOTHINO, oucap, go to Macullar, Wil?
liams ?. Parker's, No. 270 King street. niwf
DYSPEPSIA CURE.-A gentleman, somewhat ad?
vanced iu vears, btrong, robust constitution, bad
lately been ? good doal affected with indigestion,
weak stomach, coated tonguo, bid tasto in the
mouth, and atteudod with a peculiar vertigo and
whirling in the head-so much HO as to render his
riding in a carriage or even mounting an emi?
nence quito dangerous. After irving several tbinss
ii.iffuctuaUv, be fob upon HUMPHREY'S DYS?
PEPTIC PILLS, NO. IO, which afforded prompt
reiiof. A Fill avery mtjbt and morning worued
like a charm, relieving all his vertigo and other
unpleasant symptoms. 1 November 20
TBB BEST PLACE IN CHARLSSION to get your
money's worth is at Macullar, Williams & Parker's,
oN 270>'Klng street. mwf
.SHTPFEBB per E B. bou.lor will please send in
their Bills of Lading by Vi o'clock, to-day, to the
Ageut3' office, North Atlantio Wharf.
DON'T SPEND A DOLLAR POR CLOTHING before
going to Macullar, Williams & Parker's, No. 270
Ring street mwl
KENTUCKY STATE COMBINATICIJ LOTTERY drarcs
sven- day at Covington, Ky. Whole ticketo from
$1 to $10 ; shares in proportion. Prises from
$-1000 to $60,000. H. T. PE?ERS, Agent,
No. 90 Hasel street, Chai teston, S. C.
November 7 < Imo
FOE GENT'S FUBNISHINO GOODS, good and cheap,
go to Macnnlar, Williams i Parker's, No, 270 King
street. __^?^__" mwf
P. H. B.
Are synonymous with Health, Strength and Vigor.
The Beeret will be revealed by Investing to s bottle of
PASXHCra HEPATIC BITTKBS. For tale by sil
Druggists. w j
Is Stimulation Necessary ?
This quosoon lt practically answered ni the affirma
Uve by mourlands of ph rsieiana every day. Soaotiines j
they prescribe the ordinary lonna of alcohol; eometim-. r
hu:croies which are simply inferior alcohol, more or lees
medicated; bnt no small proportion of the faculty gire
toe preference to HOSTETTE1VS STOMACH BITTEB?.
as tho most carefully ] irs pared medicinal stimulant at
pres nt known. It hi impossible for prejudice Itself to
be blind to the marked success with whiob this extiaci?
dic dry tonio and alterative has been administered in
esses of Drspawia duting the last twenty years. lilt
were pos sib lo to can va? the whole country for oases in
which lt bad effected a core of thia obstinate and agoniz?
ing disease, they would number million*. No wonder,
then, that it has become a STAN Dins xxsicrsK in overy
Stet?, city, town and village in tho United States, and
that names, the most distinguished in literature, art and
science, are the vouchers for its remarkable properdes.
The immense manufactory at Pittsburgh, w th its exten?
sive storehouses, is the largest establishment of the kind
m this country, and, probably, in the world. The
amount of manual labor employed in the pr?paration of
the Bitters, to say nothing of the steam driven ma?
chinery, is greater than that of any other proprietary
medicine establishment on thia continent, .nd, by tho
blessings of Providence the beneficial r.Bults of this un?
equalled tome and alterativo are co-oxtensive with ita
continually increasing sales._6 November 18
Know thy Destiny.
MiLAMr. E. F. THORSTON, the ?rest English Astrolo
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychometr.cian, who has aston?
ished the scientific classes of tbs Old World, has now lo?
cated hortelf at Hudson, N. V. Mad arno THOBNTON pos?
sesses such wonderful powers ot second sight as to ena?
ble her to impart knowledge of ths greatest importance
to the single or married ol either sex. While tc a siatn
of trance, ehe delineates the very features of rbo person
you are to marry, and by the Bid of an Instrument of in?
tense power, known as the Psychomolrope, guarantees to
produce a Ufo-lfke picturs of the future husband or wife
ol tho applicant, together with dato of marriage, position
In Ufe, loading traits of character, .tc. This is no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimonials can assert. She will
send, when desired, a cortlQed certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to be. By
enclosing a small lock of hair, and giving place of binn,
agc, disposition and complexion,and enclosing fifty cent'
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re?
ceive the picture and desired information by re,urn mail.
All communications sacredly con Jdentlal. Addros?. in
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON. P. 0. Box 223,
Hudson. N. Y_ ly March Ju
Free to Everybody.
A Large S pp. Circular, giving information ot the
rroat&it importance to the young of both sexes.
- It teaches how the homely may become beaut ?lui, tho
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fail to send their
address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mad.
Address P. 0. Drawl r, 9],
Marrb ?0_lyr Tro.f. N. V.
. A Cara.
What ls TARRANT*s EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIENT, and what sr? ita effects? These are ques?
tions which the great American public bas a right to
ask, and it also has a right to expect a candid and satis?
factory reply. The preparation is a mild and genda
saline cathartic, alterativo and tonio, and ls most care?
fully prepared in the form of a snow white powder, con
laming sil the wonderful medical properties of the far
famed bel tier Springs ol' Germany.
Of its effocts we would say that those who have tested
the prepara tl 'n are the best Judges, snd they d eclare
over their own signatures that the preparation will
promptly relieve indigestion. Regulate the flow of ths
bile. Cure every species of headache. Tranquiliza the
nervous system. Refresh and invigorate tbs weak. Miti?
gate the pangs of Rheumatism. Neutraliza acid in the
stomach. Cleanse and tone the bowels. Assist tue
ailing appetite. Cure the hoartburn.
If you are a sufferer give this Remedy one trial, and lt
will convince yon of the above tacts.
TARRANT A CO., bole Proprietors, New York.
Sold by all Druggists. 3mos September 12
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
.IA MK S W, DI c.II ILLA \, THAD. C. JO WITT,
Late of the Lat? of tbs firm of
DAILY NEWS. BUSK! * JO WITT.
MCMILLAN & JOWITT,
NO. 33 HAYNE STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
HAVING PURCHASED THE EN?
TIRELY new and complete Job Printing
material of the DAILY NEWS Office, are
prepared to execute, in the highest style of
the art, at prices competing favorably with
the North, every variety of
BOOK AND JOB
BILL AND LETTER HEADS
Railroad and Steamboat Printing,
&c, &c, ftc., A.c.
All orders left at the DAILY NEWS
Office will be promptly attended to.
IS AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LEI
Merchants and business men try it tor stew months
"No risk no gaiu." Sond on your carda and Incrwitx
your trade this lall. There's noLhing to equal Printer'
Ink-lt has made many a lortune.
Terms for the paper-53 per annum, m advance.
Advertisements Inserted at the rato of ?1 per squaru ot
tv? il-? lines or lesa for each Insertion.
Cards of ten lines or less, si the rate of $10 for three
Contracts by the year or for six months, allowing priv
Dene of char.drv on mora favorable terms. Address
EDWARD A. BRONSON.
THE LANCASTER LEDGER.
CONNORS * CARTER, PnormuToas.
PUBLISHED LVERY WEDIN?SDAY MORNING AT
Lancostsr C. E., S. C. Having a large subscription
list, it offers a favorable medium to Merchants and all
advertisers who desire to extend their business In tho
Ul per Districts of the State. Rates ol advertising bb
uiit, specimen copy of paper sent on applicaUuu.
DER CI1ARL.KSTONER ZEITUNG.
JOHN A. WAGEN fc-B, Enrroii.
FTMJEB THE ABOVE HEAD THE UNDERSIGNED
IJ * pr- pose to publish n German Weakly Pupor, to be
the or mn ol the uermau population, and devoted to the
Interests of this Stale, in encouraging Immigration and
L'.eraturi? Agriculture, Commerc? Arts and Trade,
w Ji bu represented In its columns, and the nsws ol the
day will i.e given.
ieneral JOHN A. WAGENER'bas kindly consented to
i J er take tb? editorial management for the present.
Subscnptlon-*8 for Twelve Months; $1.60 for Six
Months; ?1 for Three Months.
Advortisements inserted on liberal torms.
C. G. EKCEMANN A CO..
September 26 No. 3 Broad street, Charleston, 8. C.
A l'air o. Fine Sorrel H?r, -*-(?ord Saddle an
Draft-Warranted by 'r.? On nur, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneer*, Ko. -7 Uroa<l Stiel.
THIS DAT, 20th infant, at 10 o'clock, in iront
One Large Bay Horn, suitable for Hoist mj or a
land of Draught, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneers, No. 27 Broad street.
THIS DAT. tho 20th inst., at 10 o'clock. In front of
Horses, Mules, Vehicles, and Furniture
A New Plantation Car: with Iron Axles, at Auc?
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneers, Ko. 27 Broad Street.
THIi DAT, the 20th instant, at 10 o'clock, in front of j
Unreserved Sale of Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions,
mid Straic Goods.
Ii ILK OY & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock at their salesroom 5 No.
188 aieetlng street, opposite Pavilion Hotel,
260 PAlltS FANCY SATINET PANTS
150 Taire all wool and lined Jean Pants
Doutta)les, Dress doods, Jalicooi, 1'claires, Satinets,
Of nts' and Ladles* Hosiery, >birts. Cutlery Perfumery
Notions, and 15 cases Straw and Felt Hats and
Bonnets. November 20
At Auction, Boots, Slioes, Brogans, Balmorals,
BY N. HU T & SON.
THIS DAY, 20th instant, at 10 o'clock, in our Sales?
room, No. 1*1 Mer-ting street, we will sell, for cash,
100 cases Assorted BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS. BAL?
MORALS, &o., all fresh and desirable KOO ls, and regu?
lar sizes, to which we invite the attention ol buyers.
Fovember 20 _
Two Fine Horses, 2 Ponies, 1 pair Buggy Horses,
2 Mules, 2 Milch Cows, and an assortment of\
Furniture, at Auction.
BY R.M.MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, at quarter-past 10 o'clock, at No. 83 Broad
Dorchester Road Farm, Six Miles From the City.
BY W. Y. LEITCH k R. S. BRUNS,
On TUESDAY, the 26th instant, will be sold at pnblio
auction, at the Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
All that TRACI OF LAND situated near the Six Mlle
Houso, crz airing seveuty-tlvo and a half acres; bound?
ing North tra East on lands late of Brown k Johnston,
to the Sooth of the Dorchester Road, Weston lands ol'
Beckman, North nest on lands ol Rev. P. O'Neill. This
farm has a fine dwelling containing six rooms, kitchen,
barn, and all the necessary outbuildings for carrying on
an fxiensive farming.
Terms-One-fourth cash; bib nee la one, two and
th ' se years. Purchaser t > pay us for papers.
November 2 ) wf Iu3
Market Farm, 3D .4 cm, Within V Miles of the
BY W. Y. LEITCH & ii, H. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers, No. 25 Broad
On TUESDAY, 20th instant, will b? sold, at the old
Thal desirable MABEET FARM (with a fine landing
on tho Ashley River), containing some 16 to 20 acres un
aor cultivation, Lnown as the Steve 's Farm.
IV rms-One-third rash; balanco la one, two and threo
years. Purchaser to pay ns for papers.
November 20 '.0 25 20
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
WILLIAM li. WUILIIEN & CO.,
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
Large and Varied Assortment
AND WHICH THEY OFFER FOR SALE ON
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
CONSISTS IN PART OFi
Gu LD AND SILVER WATCH! 6, JEWELRY, SIL
VER AND PLATED WARE of all kinds snd patterns
FANCY GO( D3, VASES, TOILET SETS, POWDER
BOXES, CIGAR STANDS, and lOBvCCO BOXES.
CUT AND PRESSED GLASSWARE of all styles and
WHITE ARD DECORATED
TU, DIMER li C??R SETS,
WITH EVERY DESCBIPTCON OF
CROCKERY AND E ARTHBSi WARE.
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
PARLOR. OFFICE AND MARINE
O Ia O C IC ?5,
MARBLE. IRON, WALVCT AND MAHOGANY
(?LIMIRE! GLASSWARE ! !
"\TOW OPEN AND FOR SALE, A FINE ASSORTMENT
jy ot CUT AND PRESSED GOBLETS, TUMBLERS,
CHAMPAGNE. CLARET and WINE GLASSES.
From $2 SO per dozen to 812.
From 76c. to 38 50.
tW Housekeepers w?l please call and examine, at
WM. G. WHILDEM k CO.,
No. 268 KING, corner Beaufain streets.
T00?H & NAH BRUSHES,
-pOR SALE LOW AT
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO.
LADIES' AND GENTS'
AT ALL PRICES. I ROM 31 TO *6, LESS THAN
New York gold price*.
A full assortment of flue FRENCH AND ENGLISH
POBTEMO. AIES, gi it bound, at
WM. G. WHILD&X & CO.,
No. 266 RINO, corner Beaufain streets.
A SUPERB STOCK OF FINE
GOLD MD SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
All warranted to run anti thoroughly rcgu>
ulatcd, at the low price of Sin euch:
SATISFACTION GUA EA NTEEIJ.
lw Solid Gold Hunting Walch.*. (230 to ?1000
IOU Magic Cased Uold Walshes. ?uU to 600
100 La les'Watches, 1 nunaelled. Itu to sui)
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches... 250 to 3?U
3u0 Gold Hun ung English Lovers.20 J to 260
UOO Gold Uuutim,' Duplex Watches. 160 to 2u0
COO Gold Hunting American Watches. ito t 260
600 Silver Hunting Levers. 60 to 160 ,
50J Sliver Hunting Duplexes. 76 to 250
500 Lsdles' Gold Watches. 60 to 250
1000 Gold Hunting Lepiuos. 50 to 75
1000 Miscellaneous Watches, ali kinda. fiO to 100
2300 silver Hunbug Watches. 25 to 50
CU 10 Assorted silver Watches. luto
Tho above stock will bo disposed of on the popular one
price pinn, glthig every patron a flue Uold ur solid oli?
ver Watch ?or *lu, without regard to value.
We wish to immediately uiopose of the above ma?ulfl
cont Stock, drtliicates, naming the articles, ure placed
m tooled envelopes, and wei. mixed. Holders are uuu
tied to the article named on their certificate, upon pay?
ment ol Ten Dollars, whether it ba a Watch worth ilOJO
or ono worth lesa. The return of any of our certificates
entitles you to the article namod thereon, upon payment,
irrespective ol its w..rib.; and as no arti cl o valued les?
than 310 ls named on any ecrtfneate, lt wUt at on -e
be seen that Hus ie no Lottery, but a Mrah<htiorward
legitimate transaction, which miy be i-unicipatcd ia
even by the moat tusUdious!
A sinylo Ceri incale will be sent by mail, pou'pald, upott |
receipt of 25 cents, five for 51, eleven tur 32, ihlrty-turee
and elegant premium tor eixty-six and more valuable
premium lor i>10, o^o hundred and most superb Watch
tor 815. lo Altente, or those wishing employment, this
is B rare opportunity. It is a lpyiu'watoiy conducted
business, duly authorised by thc- Government, and open
to tlie mest careful scrutinv. Try us. Address
WRIGHT, BRO. .? CO..
Importers, No. 10) Broadway, JJ. I*.
Outober 2-2 ' ]?l0
MAYORALXZ OF CHARLESTON,.
Cat iLvix, November 'j w- .
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN / t
Bu.nl District? und Waats i'iaces ol i! , Cit
1er "An Act ot the General Assembly, gt? as
to the city Council oi Charleston to prooee : in
ter ol u lire Loan, with a view to aid in boiidiu.
City anow." are hereby notified that the lorin ol ?rt I
ration for losu- can be ubtaiued at the otlet o? t;.e ? & :
of Council, berwecn the hours ol 9 A. M. aud i! P. M.
AB applications must bel? xl m the above mentxced
jfflce, as the Committee will rne*t every Mandat to ccr
sider the same,
by order of the Mayor ft. il. SMITH.
November 10 Clerk ol Council, j
t'.VDER DECREE 15 EQUITY.
Home Loan and Buildiin/ Association vs. JU. C.
On TUESDAY, tho 26th inst., at 11 o'olock, will bo told,
at tho old Cn tom House.
All that LOT OF LAND, situate at the Northwest cor
uer of A' son ?nd Georgo streets, measuring on George
street 33 feet, on Ansm street 85 feet, on the North line
M feet, a-d on the We t lin 60 lost. Bounding North
and West on land ot J. W. Brown, louth on George
street, and East on Auton stree'.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal s ieces
sive annual Instalments, with interest oom day of sale,
payabie annually, secured by tue bend cf the purchssor
and mongaga of tc premises.
Purchaser to pay fer papers and stamps.
JAM LS W. GRAY.
November G_w3tul_Master In Equity.
I'.VDtR DECREE Ul EQUITY.
O'Neill vs. Shiddi, et al.
On TUESDAY, the 38th November, si ll o'clock, will bi
sold, under the direction of thc undersigned, at the
old Custom House,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Beddings thereon,
situste on the East corner ol Coming and Shepherd
streets, North of Line street, bon "Ung Norh on shep?
herd street. East on land ot Picket, ?outh 0:1 David Bi?
ker's land, and West on Coming airest, measuring on
tho front and back lines, each 24 teet, more or less, and
TO feet more or less in depth.
Terms-One-h itt cash, balance in one and two years,
se .ure J by bend of tho parchas.r and mortgage of the
premises; boil.,inge to be insured to an amount required
by the Masw. and tho policy assigned. P .robaseis to
pay tor p .pei s and stamp <. J. W. GRAY,
November 6 w?;u] Master In Equity.
UNDER DECKTE IN EQUITY.
Forcett el al., rs. Quinnan.
On TUESDAY, tho 2Cth 1 natani at ll o'clock, will be
sold, at the Old Custom House
All that LOT OF LAND with tho Buildings thereon,
?R?ate on the Weat aido ot President s reet, opposite the
Arsenal Square, measuring on the Iront sud back lines
each 40 feet, and In depth 1.8 ?rc:, more or less. Round?
ing East o President tb eel, West by marsh land, North
on land of Collen, sud Soutt: on laud of Muckenluss.
The LOT OF LAND witii the Buildings thereon, situ?
ate on the West side of Coming street. North of Went?
worth street, measuring in iront on Coming rtrcet 27
feet, ou the back linc 3s feet, and ia depth oa the North
line 05 teet, on iho South lire 5S feet; bounding South on
lot next described.
The LOT with the Buildings thereon adjoining the last
described to thc Sooth, and situate on the Wast side of
Comin? street measuring in trout 36 f ct, on the back
line 37 feot, and in depth on the North line 83 feet, on
tho South line ?8 feet
Terms.-One-fourth cash; balance in ono. two sud
turee years, in equal instalments with interest from the
day of sale, payable semi -annually, s? cu rei by bonds ot
the purchasers and mortgage of the respective lots
s-Id. The ?uildings to be insured and the policies as?
signed. Purchasers te pay for papers and stamps.
J. W. GRAY,
November C_w3tul_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Palmetto Savinys Institution vs. Burnt.
On TUESDAY, the 20th instant, st ll o'clock, ^ill be
sold, undor the decision of the undersigned, at the
old Custom House,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings (hereon,
on the Southeast corner of .ra|.man and Queen streets,
measuring in front OD Queen street 45 feet, and in depth
67 feet 6 inches; bran inn.: North on Queen street, -ooh
on lands of Trum bo, East 011 landa now or late of G. W.
Cc per, and West on Vrauman street.
Terms-One-Ihird cash; balance in one, two and
three j cars ; secured by bond of the purchaser sud mort?
gage of the premises, and insunneo on tho building to
such amount aa the Master may requ-re, sud the policy
assigned to him. Purchaser to pay for papen and
stamps. J. W. GRAY,
November 8 w3tul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Bennett vs. Bennett.
On TUESDAY, the 38th instant, at ll o'clock, will bs sold
st the old Custom Honan,
All that LOX OF LAND, with tho Buildings thereon, on
the Wc-t side of 8. Phi ip's street, Charleston Neck,
known ou a plat of R. li. Pa) ne, drawn June 1st, 1849, by
the letter E, measuring in trout 30 teet 0 inches, on tho
back line 37 teat 6 lnohes, and lu depth 100 feet, more or
less, bounding North on an alleyway, South on lot h.
and West on lot U, os per said plat.
Terms-One-t'iird cash ; balance on bonds, with inter?
est, payable semi-annually, OD S oredit oi one and two
years, the bonds to be scour - d by mortgage of tho prem?
ises. Tho buildings to bo insurned and kept insure',
and the policy assigned until the bonds aro poid and fh*
mortgage satisfied, lhe premises aro now under s leas?
which will expire io twelvo mouths, rurchasar to pay
tor papers and stamps. J. W. GRAY,
November 6 w3tul Master in Equity.
ROOM? AT HIS RI ? TD ENG?, NORTHWEST COB
NEB of Mooting and Society Streets.
June 19 WB6m
CHEAP FOR CASH!
PRESSED AND PIECE PANS V, PT., PER DOZEN.
54c; 1 pt C6o ; 3 pt. 91; lqrt. 75c.; 3qrt$L23;3
qrt. $1.28; 4 qrt, $1.96; 6 qr;. $3.50; 10 qrt. 53.50.
PIE AND DINNER PLATES, 8 in. 16.75; 9 in. $7.35,
FUNNELS-Vial- ?Oe; Pinla 80a; Quarts $1.25; 2
Quarts $2.00; 4 Quarts $3.00, per dozon.
WASH BAsINs (Pressed, Plain and Japnnedi-small
$2.00; largo *3.50, pei dozen.
PRESSED CULLENDER:!-small $8.00; large $4.00,
per dozen. At
NO. 16 BROAD STREET,
ADAMS? DAMON & CO.
November 6 wira
FIFTY-FIRST YEAR OF PE BL I CATION.
PLANTERS' AND MERCHANTS'
WILL BE ISSUED ABO OT THE FIRST WEEK IN
Deccmbor, and will contai.1 tho usual valuable
intimation for which it has beeome so Justly celebrated.
This ALMANAC circulates through thc Districts ot
South Carolina, aud the States of North Carolina and
Georgia, and ls referred to the year roum' fl authority
on many important subjects by Plantet 'chantes,
Merchants and La wyora.
A limited num -er of advertisements will aken if
applied for at onoe.
PUBLISHER, No. 59 BROA ?J STREET,
November 16 fmwimo Chattest >n, S. C.
IMC MIX & SON,
No. 598 BROADWAY,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, WHICH WILL BE SOLD
lees than st sny other es abhshn ent tn the city,
and warranted equal to any made in the United Slates.
ny Descriptive catalogues sent on application.
C. DUCREUX'S PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment ot
Horses from Carriages.
THIS INGENIOUS AND VERT USEFUL INVENTION,
whl-h has been patented in thc United States,
France aud En land, i- now offered by the subscriber to
the public, leeiiug assured they wi.l hud it, upon exami?
na Lion, one ul tho greatest invau?ons ol the ago.
Prominent among its advantages are:
FiasT-The uciiity sith which horses may be harnoss
ed to or unharnessed from u Carriage, also rendering lt
unnecessary for tho pornou unharnessing to pass between
or behind the horses aa ia customary, thus avoi-iing auy
liability of being kicked.
SECOND-lu case oi a horse falling, he may be loo.ed
from the carriage in one second, without tbs driver losv
hi,; bis scat. Ii ts so simple in its operation that a child
can ?rock it.
THIRD AND GREATEST-LU casen of horses taking fright,
becoming unmatiagable or running away, the ternblo
consequences which HO frequently tollow may be all avoid?
ed by this simple application to carriages, as the hors .s
eau be loosed tr m the carriage "ina twinkling," and tia.
carriage is quick ly and safely stopped.
Mr. C. DL'CItEUX gave sevural rabile exbibiUens. Tho
great favor aud pp* ?0 n.ai.ilested by the public on these
occasions, ii one ci Uie evidences or a popula: apprecia?
tion of its merits.
Terms may be knovL and orders roo-iveJ for applying
tho patent to carriages, o: purchase of State Bights, by
addressing to C. DU< BEUX, Patentee,
No. 93 Elizabeth street, New ?ort.
October 23 a?10_
TJIANO-FORTES-GKAND, SQUARE AND
*- - . . .i..."...i.?,...tl to bc.
ORA .D ACTION acknowledged to be superior to any
S !iff??? Hiess Instruments ?re ad
aSsK7ev?i?0 A QCABTKB SDd I EVEN AND A TUI1U)
constructed of TBOEOTOHLT SEASONED WOOD,
^Vfhe-inTst and best material. For ORE AI I-UWEH.
a.idorttu lu.s.uuu pL"irY or TONE
SINGING ?WU 1 ?N k^ M : ELE.QANCE OF FINISH
?w^^lSJKijrc th.- Pomo-Fortes ol Messrs.
Bau ???:...? ' N nasun sseed by auy other mahen in
M. U?P ni ai-: Uwl keuth. HIGHEST EKEillLAl
or HIIM Vm'. EXU?UriED. l-c ?ame fuciiiti.-. which
XaTtliJt?rm to prepuce a SUPEBIOt: INSTRUMENT,
' u ": . . ? . ft* thew PIANOFORTES to the
n'?bic -i iWEsr. p'? ..v.M. tower than ens other rae*
. I* tnaauAwtaier in th? country.
- i...: LI ul Dealers, Teacher..and others,
, lL,vtcj ,0 : .CCX.IT: .atiou ol dicte Pian.s before niak
..... .bei" selection ci: >vaere. Every Instrument is nilly
\VARRAN;ED FOR FIVE ?fc.?RS. De*eriptive dren
? rs; .--nt to ad paru Ot tho country upon apphcation. Ad
??ae JENNYS i SONS.
No?. ?3 and 2i5 East 21.t st '. ork.
Between ld and 3d *vesu?a.. Newreet.
September 27 lyr
McKAY & CAMPBELL.
So. 136 Meeting street.
Will oiler for silo THU DAY st half-pairt 9 o'clock,
- heda. BACON SH< Ul^Eat?, smoked ?ndIn dry
salt. ID lota to ault parc assets.
Te?nas cash._NOTsmbsr st)
Contents 0/ a Dry Goods Store.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL
W1U sell TH_n DVY.atthsir An:Uoa ^a'-eroems, No
136 Meoilng itreet, at 10 o'clock, without reserve,
THE ESTIBE CONTENTS 07 a SST GOODS 8TORB, 0OH8X8T
rso a FAST OF:
LONGCLOTHS, Calicoes. Dress Goods, Caeaimere..
Me ria oes. Tweeds, Aa
A Full Assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Overcoats, Shirts, Umbrellas, Hats, Booti, Shoes, Ac.
Ladies', Misses' and Gent's Hose sad Usu* Hose,
Gloves, Ladies' Trimmed Hsts, tc.
Toys, Notions, Ac
Terms (uah. Goods must be removed snd paid for on
day of sale. November 90
Dru Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, Ajc.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.,
Cash Auction House, No, 155 Has?! street,
opposite the FostofUcc.
WUl Sf ll, THIS DA ?, commencing st 10 o'clock A. M ,
A variety of G00D3 adapted to men'a wear
DELAINS, Ginghams, Chal les, Dcbegee, prints, Ac
SHAWLS, HdkA., Hosiery, Gloves, Brown and White
Sheeting, licking, Hickory Stripes, fcc.
Fancy doods, email Wares, No Jons, fcc.
Ladles' aud Gent's BOOTS and SHOES
' Car? Misses' and Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed
-.:ra-.v Han, desirable goods.
Condition i caeh. November 20
Gas Stock at Private Salt. v
BY I. S. K BENNETT.
At Private Sale
- SHARES CHARLESTON GA8 STOCK.
Appiy as above, at
No. 40 BROAD STREET,
November 20 Up Stairs.
A First-class Plantation on North Santee for
Sale or to Lease. f
BY I. S. K. BENNETT.
At Prime Sale or to Lease
"CAT IsLAND"-a first-class RICE PLANTATION
un Cat I-Land, cn the North Saotee. There are about
380 acres nader bank ?Ith excellait drainage, fra. liam
freshets The lands are exceedingly productive, and
most ot them have been under cultivation for two j ears.
On the tract there ht a fine dwelling and all bnUaloira
necessary ft r a lint c ass Plant.tion, including a larg?
and new thrteldng mill. For further particulars appiy aa
abovo. Qt No 40 BROAD SI'BE El, UP STAIRS.
N ovember M_wf2
A plantation of 700 Acret in St. George't Dor?
chester, on the Ashley River.
BY \. S. K. BENNETT,
At Private Sale or to Lease
THE PLANTATION called "CAPEJAS, ?nd WEBB'S
FIELDS," about 16 miles trom tho atty, os the Ashley
Uiver. It is accessible b; Railroad, by the Dorchester
Road, and by water. The lands which are cleared ara
very productive. A large portion are la woods. The
Lauding on the River is one of the finest in the neighbor?
hood. L irgo beds of marl crop up on this tract.
For further particular.* apply as abor., at No. 40 Broad
street, Up Stairs. wrt . November jj
AN OK OIN AN CE
TO ruo VEDE TOB TBS LIQUIDATION or TUE ryrraasr
OH TUE DEBT ur ran cm, WHICH ACCRUED OS THE
THIBTIXTH DAT OF SEPrEMBEB LAST. ,
BE IT ORDAINED BY i HE MAYOR AND ALDER?
MEN in "ity Council assembled, That for the pur?
pose of liquidating the interest on toa public debt ot th?
city, WHICH accrued on the tnir ieth day ol September
Last, six per cenu stock, obi ga to ry on the corp r.tion ot
thu City of Charleston, shall bc issued ander the direc?
tion of the Mayor, tc the persons holding stocks or six
rer cont, tonds oi the city, and ent.Ueu to receive the
in,eres, seemed thereon at tho time above stated, thai
said stock to bear interest after the rate of lix per cent,
per annum, pajable quarterly, redeemable in thirty
years from date: Proviaed, That no part of said stock,
shill bc issued tor any sum less toan twenty dollars, or
for any fractional part of a dollar: Provided, also, that
all sums for less than twent> dollars, and f jr fractional
parta of a dollar, shall bo paid in city bills.
SEC. 3. That tbo ft rm of certificate, and mods ot
tra nat er of said stock shall bo subject to the sama regu?
lation, as DOW exist in lelation to other city six per cant,
stocks ol tho city.
Ratified ia City Couadl this twenty-second day of Octo?
ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred sod sixty-seven.
[L. s.l P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council._October 2&
TO BEOCLATX THE DREDGING OW DOCKS.
Whereas, Tho beat interests ot the city, aa wall as th?
convenience, of tho shipping visiting the port, demand
that tho channel of Cooper River ba kept open with sufiV
cicnt depth or water for all commercial purposes, and
fres from obstruction:
Be it ordained, 'that in future all mud removed front
any ot the ci ty docks by dredge machines, or otherwise,
shall be roa>ova.l oas huadr-.d sad Atty fathoms front
the end of tao dock.
Tho Harbor Master shall be furnished with a copy of
thia Ordinance, which he it required strioily to enforce;
sud to report for prosecution all violations of the same;
which shall subject the party TC offending to s fine not
exceeding one hundred dollars for each and every
Batifi'td in City Council this eight day of October, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred snd
[L.S.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. li. SMITH, Clerk of CounclL_October 18
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
PUBLIC NOTICE 13 HEBBBT GIVEN THAT UNDI S
. he following Ordinance licenses have been prepared
ford ) 1 ivary from this Office. S THOMAS,
Sxc. 1. B* it Ordained by the Mayor and Alder--tn
City C'juneil assembled. That from and after QM first day
of January, Uceases shall be taken out for all caria, dr*3,
?nd va,, ns, used for private and domestic purposes, in
the same manner, and according to the same provisions
now of loree in relation to cart?, < rays and wagons, later
driven lor hire, except giving bonds. And each such
cart, dray orwagou, shah bu provided with sf bs ige co.*
taming the number thereof, and markos). Pnxate, to LO
placed on the outside of the shaft
SEC. 'L NO person shall bu token by the Treasurer aa
surety to any bona under thc Ordinance cone*rningli?
censes tor carts, drays, wagons and other carnages, aa
loss he or she bo a freeholder.
?nc. 3. The toltow ug sLul! hereafter be the ratos lor
llcrses for public and private carts, draysf wagons, fer.,
inaludlng the horses or mules used thereoi, which shall
oe tree troni other taxation:
PL li Lie: CASTS, DSAYS, ETC., OB THOSE ZMFL07XD Ot AUX
BUSINESS WHATEVER, ros HUE DIRECT oa IND asor.
For every curt, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse os
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horse? or
For every hack and carriage with two wheels, $20.
For every hack and erxrtago with four wheels, ?10.
For ever)' stage or omnibus (except line omnibus,,
with two horsed, >S0.
For every etao,e or omnibus (except Una omnibosL
drawn by tour horses, SCO.
For every truck drawn oy two or more horse? or anlas,
For every express wagon drawn by two or mora hon ea
or mules, ?60.
BREAD CA_aT8 AJTD PRIVATE CASTS, DRATS, ITC.
For every bread cart or wagon, $6.
Fur every cart, dray or wagoav used for private or do.
mestic purposes, and not to ba employed m tba trans*
porting ol goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
oi her commodity, tor compeuutiou, either directly or
indirectly lor the aaiue, shad pay for a license th? sum ot
ii, exclusive ot the horse or mule.
Ratified in City Council, this 10th day of January
IL. a.) lu the year of our Lord one thousand eight han?
dred snd sixty-six.
By the May vt. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor]
January 3 W. H. sMITH. Clerk ot Oouncu.
AN OK DI NANCE
IO REGULATE THE STORAGE Ol' PETROLEUM, na PTO
DCCTS, AND OTHER INFLAMMABLE OILS.
SEC. I. Be u ordained' by the Mayor and Alder-en, tn
City Conned atstmbled. That from and after the ISth day
of June next, it siddi no; be lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, hock Oil. Bonzine, Benzole, or any other in*
tlauimable od or oils on storage or for sala in any cellar.
?tore or building auutu of Line .:rvet, in a larger qnitc
iity than arty gallons on any one lot or premises, and
soy auuh quantity so kept or utorea shall be contained In
veoaels ol un or other metal.
SEC. 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other ts
fiamruable oil or ods, when brought into the city by land
or waler, may be kept on any lot or tn any oinlding hi
which cotton is not stored, for s period not exwedhuf
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration of which timi it
?Lull be removed und kept in the manner os required by
the foregoing section.
SEC 3. Any person or persons violating any part ut
thu Ordinance shall be subject to a fine of two hundred,
dollars, for each offence, recoverable in any Court of con?
potent j urisdictiou.
Uatilled in City Council thia tweaty-Orst day of May, tit
the year ot our Lori one thousand eight hundred and
iL,*,.] P. C. GAILLAED, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH. Clerk ot CounclL _ _ June 6
CITY TARVES-MONTHLY liETURKM.
OI\ ICE OF TUE CITY ASSEaSOB, I
Cm HALL, November L 186T. f
?TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Tu ALL CO-oCEBN
? ED that t? MONTHLY RETURNS TOR THE
iiu^TH ci OCTOBES PAS i. In compliance with the
i ax Ordinance, raUiled on tho aath oay of DecembeA
Ifiaa must bi iaade on or beiore thc 16th instant,
ima, muai oe ^ CHARLES P. FRAZER,
November _Assistant City Assessor.
-~" l-Lit I. IC NOAnK.
OFFICE CLEMS or COUNCIL, )
Msy 1867. f
j tis following section of " Au Ordinanc. to abolish the
jjiee of Sper.otendent of Streets ; to provide for Keep
laa the Streets' Lanes. Allays, and open Courts in che
City of Charlesaton Clean, and for omer purposes," is
liWeby published fur the information of ad concernid :
' Vor tho due protection or' the ?lid contracter or con?
tractera, ft il further ordained, Ihat every owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant ol aay premisas fronting ia any
guest, ?3D<-, ?Dey, ur open court, shsll on every day
gandaya excepted have the dirt, filth, garbage, or other
OBS], placed m iront of his or her lot, in a barrel, box or
neap, and in raadme?? for the contractor, by the hoar ot
seven o'clock, A. M., ?rom the nut day ot May to tho
Dasi day o:' November in every year ; and by the hour ot
lune o'clock, A. M., ?rein the first day of November to
the first day of May followutg. And an) person offend
lng bereut, ur placing any dart, filth, garba^, or other
offal, in any street, lane, or alk-y, or open court, alter the
hours above named, aimil be subject to a line not leas
?lian two nor moro than five dollars, for each and every
elli tice, io be imposed by the Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH.
Hay lil Clerk ol Council.
OFFICE CLERK. OF COUNCiEr-THE FOLLOWING
citric ?. ??clioni of an "Or.'.i'ianoe to Raise Sup.
pliw lor theyoir 1807," la published for 'he lntormatlon
ol persons selling Goodi- by sample or otherwise, v:ho sro
not residents oi mis dry. All sooh persons are hareby
aobfifcil to report ... in^oilio?.
-Three doUars os every hundred dollar* of al! gooda
-..ld in ihi- eitv by pc:<j-? ao; wWents, by ?ample or
otherwise ?. u- ti. ?MITH.
Marchs" . ' lcrtP; ____
OFFICE OF TUE CHIEF OF POLICE, i
Ct?.vRLL?ruN, S. Ot. May A, l?o". J .
nJ)1, R?OULA>. INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
S nidosures, vsu:t?, Ac., win commen?a on Monday
*V ejimt, Owners and ooenpaati ara' hs>raby rMOtren
to ?ec that their premlaaa are tn good condition ana tout
V nith .md parbtige ia removed a? required by QrdW
' ,c om^ia-?ectioas will fallow,
.u-'ord.r of Mayor GAELLAMD.