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THE DAILY NEWS.
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ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
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Persons who wish to subscribe for the DALLY
NEWS by the week, can have their papers
served to them regularly in any part of tho
city at an early hour every morning. Mr. J.
Silverstein, agent for the city delivery, will
call upon snob, persons and collect the weekly
price-eighteen cents. Orders left at the
periodical stores of Mr. C. C. Righter, Nos.
161 and 838 King-street, or at the office of the
DAILY NEWS, NO. 18 Hayne-street, will receive
A UCTION SALES THIS DA Y.
MTLBS DRAKE will sell this day, at his store,
corner Bong and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock,
boots, shoes, hats.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BB?NS will sell this
day, at the works, King-street, at ll o'clock, a
large amount of valuable property.
V. D. Y. JAMISON will sell this day, at the old
customhouse, at ll o'clock, plantation in Bean
JAKES TUPPEB (Master in Equity) will sell
this day, at the old customhouse, at ll o'clock,
plantation in St. James', San tee; and other val?
JAKES W. GRAY (Master in Equity) will sell
this day, at the old customhouse, at ll o'clock,
lot of land in Tradd-street.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell this dav, at
the store No. 229 King-street, at 10 o'clock,
balance of stock dry goods.
T. M. CAXES will sell this day, on Brown's
wharf, at 9| o'clock, butter, cheese, lard.
JOHN G. MILNOB & Co. will sell this day, at
their auction salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street,
at 10 o'clock, dry goods.
J. A. ENSLOW & Co. will eell this day, in front
of their store, No. 141 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
JUTORDS & Co. wul sell this day, in front
of their store, at 9? o'clock, hams, strips,
Nonos TO OUB ADVERTISERS.-Down-town
merchants and others having advertisements
which moy desiro to appear in the DALLY
NEWS, will find at the office of the City Rail?
way Company, corner of Broad-street and
East Bay, an iron box in which they may
deposit their favors. The inconvenience to
which our down-town friends have been sub?
jected in having to bring their advertise?
ments to our office in Hayne-street will thus
be avoided. The box will be emptied several
times every afternoon and night, and adver?
tisements dropped into it np to ll o'clock
P. M., will appear in the morrow's NEWS as
surely as if handed in at our counting-room.
SINGLE COPIES of this morning's DALLY NEWS,
put np in wrappers ready for mailing, may bo
had at our counting-room; price five cents.
The DALLY NEWS will be mailed regularly, du?
ring the session of the State Convention, to
parties who may desire to have a foll record of
the proceedings, for eighteen cents a week.
STILL BEHIND.-The Northern mails due on
Tuesday arrived yesterday, bat the mails due
yesterday was not received.
THE STEAMSHIP CHAMPION has been detained
by the inclemency of the weather; she will
leave at SJ o'clock this afternoon.
MB. VAN S CHA AK, formerly an apothecary of
this oity, nowa wholesale druggist in Chicago,
was among those burned ont in the recent fire
in that oily.
STEAMERS DETAINED.-The very unsettled and
thick weather which has existed here for seve?
ral days, has caused the detention at this place
of the steamships Liberty and Falcon, for Bal?
timore, and the Champion, for New York.
Should a favorable change take place, they
will all get off to-day.
COUBT OF GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON
PLEAS-HON. F. J. MOSES PBESTDINO.-The
court was engaged in the trial of a few civil
oases of no public importance.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COUBT-HON. GEO.
S. BBYAN PRESIDING.-In the Circuit Court the
following were adjudged :
The petition of Duncan D. McCall, of Marl?
boro', and Young John Pope, of Newberry, for
permission to practice in the United States
Court, was signed and the petitioners were
In the District Court the following cases
_E?5B**?'A H- Meyer & Co. vs. Calnan A
gg^?^^D^^litors' petition for adjudication
^^NSHflPy . Upon motion of Mossrs. Ar?
thur, Melton & Melton, it was ordered that the
debtors in the case appear before tho court on
the 11th of February.
COUBT OF EQUITY.-The Court of Equity was
opened at ll o'clock, Chancellor Carroll pre?
siding. According to custom the morning hour
was devoted to motions and orders of course.
The rule issued against William C. Mitchell to
show cause why he should not deliver posses?
sion of a house, sold under a decree of the
court, was called up by Mr. J. Barrett Cohen,
at whose instance it had been issued. The
respondent appeared by counsel, and request?
ed time until 13th inst, to answer the rule,
which was granted.
The case of J. W. Schmidt vs. Robert Lobby
was then taken up, and argued by Mr. Mem
minger for complainant and Mr. Campbell for
We are requested to notify the solicitors
practising in this court that the docket of liti?
gated causes will be taken up at the expiration
of the morning hour this day, and a peremp?
tory call made; which call will be continued
daily, at the same hour, until the causes are
THE REIGN OF JUPITER PLUVTUS.-An old
adage says that it never rains but it poors,
and the weather we are at present enjoying
proves that the wisdom of those ancient fellows
knew a thing or two, as well as their descend?
ants, our own worthy selves. For three days
the windows of Heaven have been opened, and
the floods have descended upon the earth. The
sound of many waters is familial to the ear,
and the streets have been transformed into
swift water courses that rush madly in the di?
rection of the nearest drain opening. This
continuous rain has prevented all out-door em?
ployments; pedestrians are few and far be?
tween, and the street oars have been exten?
sively patronized. Fortunately the present
visitation, as far aa the city ?B concerned,
comes at a tims when there is little doing, and
a short holiday will not be seriously felt by the
business portion of the community. "More
rain more rest" applies equally to all laboring
classes. In the country, the long continued
rains of the present season will oause trouble
much more serious. There is reason also to
fear freshets in all the rivers in the upper and
middle districts of the State, which will delay
the preparation of the ground for planting
THE STEAMTUQ CHRISTIANA. - This excellent
towboat, under oommandof Capt. Sly, tvssistod
tho steamer Planter in rescuing the ship Jame3
A. Wright from the breakers off the bs The
Christiana has been an important convenience
to the shipping movements of this port, and
her officers have on all occasions proved them?
selves capable and accommodating.
THE THEATRE.-Notwithstanding the inclem?
ent weather a larger audience greeted the ac?
tors than on the previous night. The "Serious
Family" was admirably rendered, and v Temp?
tation," as in real life, was painfully funny.
As before said, the company is a good one, and
when the weather rain is over the players'
reign will begin in earnest.
IMPROVEMENTS. -The burnt building at the
corner of Meeting and Tradd streets is now be?
ing reconstructed, and will be converted into a
grocery store. This house has been a mere
shed for some in on the, and its transformation
into a grocery will hardly be pleasing t o the re?
sidents in that section, though, if properly
managed, it may prove very remunerative to
LOTTERY AND SAUSAGES. -In our notice yes?
terday of tho $1200 prize in the Kentucky Lot?
tery, drawn by a lucky individual in this city,
it seems we inadvertently did great inj as tice to
the person named in our article, he not being
the recipient of fortune's golden favors. We
herewith make the amende, and state that not
he but another man won the aforenamed
IMPORTANT TO THE LEGLESS.-At the last ses?
sion of the Legislature Dr. Bly obtained the
right to supply the maimed soldiers of the late
Confederacy with artificial arms and legs. He
opened an office in this city, and up to the
present time has supplied one hundred and
seventy artificial legs. He now, however, finds
himself compelled to suspend operations, be?
cause unable to negociate the State bills re?
ceivable. The convention has flooded the mar?
ket with this commodity, and thereby doing a
serious injury to all tho officers and employees
of the State, who receive their pay in this cur?
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-?Ma .Souse.-Samuel W.
Melton, W. Brenan, Columbia; H. J. Sanford,
Connecticut; Josiah T. Burgess and 'rife. New
York; A. Cate, wife and two daughters, Balti?
more; George G. Mixer and family, City; W.
L. DePasa, Camden; W. M. Comins, Master C.
T. Comins, Lancaster; William Baker and wife,
Charleston Hotel.-A. M. Cunningham, Au?
gusta, Ga.; J. M. Albertson, New York; O. D.
Fitzsimons, Georgia; D. Jordan, South Caro?
lina; William C. Wilson, H. H. Watkins, George
E. Alders, New York; M. K. Foster, I--.Himore;
J. E. Monson, Walter ft. Davis, New fork.
Pavilion Hotel.--8. B. Sawyer, Oruigeburg;
A. Kenysner, Augusta, Ga.; L. D. Clark, Lew
isville; C. C. Cooper, Graham's; T. A. Hall
Massachusetts; M. Smith, Camden; F. Seed,
THE CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.-A
few errors having been pointed out to ns in our
notice of the anniversary sermon of Central
Church, we take pleasure in correcting them.
The Third Presbyterian Church, which was
then its corporate name, was organized under
Bev. Dr. W. A. McDowell in 1823, and not in
1812; the organization whioh it succeeded was
a distinct one, known by the name of St. An?
drew's Church, under Bev. Dr. Buchun.
The Depository building, in Chalmers-street,
was erected chiefly, but not entirely, by contri?
butions of leading members of the Toird Pres?
The gentleman who headed the enterprise
for the erection of the new Church edifice
(Central Presbyterian Church) with a sub?
scription of one thousand dollars was Ed?
ward Se bring, Esq., always, and, we believe,
still a warm friend of the Church.
Mr. John W. Caldwell, however, when Presi?
dent of the corporation, in 1856, did undertake
the herculean task of clearing the church of a
debt of nearly fifteen thousand dollars, and, to
encourage the effort, led the way by it subscrip?
tion of one thousand dollars. And i ; is worthy
of record that his father, the late W. A.
Caldwell, weh known in our community for his
high character and sterling integrity, per?
formed a similar office for the church when
President in 1831, by relieving it of a burden?
some debt of between four and five thousand
The corner-stone of Central Church waa
laid in 1818, and the building opened for
divine service and dedicated February 3,1850.
lt may, perhaps, be well to mention that the
church was designed and its erection com?
pleted under the superintendence of a youth?
ful architect of our own city, Edward C. Jones,
Esq., to whom this his first brilliant success
brought fame and fortune, and who is now pur?
suing his career, thus happily begun, in Mem?
A MODERN STAB CHAMBEE.-Our readers have
been informed by telegraphic dispatches pub?
lished in THE NEWS, that a military commis?
sion is now in session in Savannah, to investi?
gate certain charges that hare bean brought
against Mr. Anderson, Mayor of thiit city. The
reporters being refused admittance, a request
was made to admit a stenographer, whose re?
port shall not be publisbd, until after the trial
shall have been concluded. This also was re?
fused. From the Republican of Tuesday, we
learn that the Mayor is accused ol' unfairness
towards negroes tried in his court, and of com?
mitting them to jail on ex parle evidence; of
sending to jail an insane negro prostitute, a
general vagrant and nuisance, who received,
whilo in prison (according to the veracious
affidavits sent to General Meado), three hun?
dred and fifty lashes 1 This case has been in?
vestigated by a military court, and the falsity
of the statement proved.
A fow months ago two negroes, Charles
Bland and January Stewart, charged with hav?
ing tarred, feathered and robbed Aaron Hurt,
were seized with cholera in the jail. Bland
died in a few hours-Stewart was taken to bis
home, and died shortly after. Mosman had
symptoms of cholera, and to save his lifo,
Waring Bussell, Esq., jailor, humanely and
generously offered to give bonds l'or him, and
had him released from confinement. The
charge in this case ie that Dr. Charlton was
called to attend Bland, that he said he could
ease his pain in thirty minutes, that he gave
Bland a powder, and in thirty minutes he
(Bland) died. Dr. Charlton is accused of hav?
ing poisoned these two prisoners, Bland and
EXPLANATION.-The following explanation of
tho circumstances attending tba exclusion of
the police from the floor of the convention last
week is giveu by the doorkeeper:
To the Editors of the Daily Nevis :
I beg have, most respectfully, for a small
space in your columns for correction of a
charge against me tor want of courtesy toward
a member of the police, one day last week.
The facts are simply these: During the discus?
sion nonceraing the police being sent to the
convention, the President, by ur animous con?
sent of the house, gave me Btrict orders that
no policemen be allowed on th a floor. After
politely informing Sergeant Filler of my or?
der, he persisted on entering. I then, in ac?
cordance with my instructions, closed the door,
believing that I "performed my duty according
to instructions. I am willing to abide the
judgment of an impartial public.
Doorkeeper South Carolina Constitutional Con?
IK CONSEQUENCE of the heavy rain yesterday,
which prevented many parties making their
shipmouta, the steamers "Planter" and "Ma
rion," of Ferguson's line, will continuo to re?
ceive freight to-day, and leave to-night, 6th
inst. Soe advertisement in another column.
COEONEB'S INQUEST.-Coroner Whiting held
an inquest yesterday, at the City Hospital, in
Mazyck-street, on the body of Harriot Scott
(colored). This was tho case of accidental
burning mentioned a few days since. The
jury rendered a verdict that the deceased came
to her death by accidental burning.
OUTRAGE UPON GOVEBNILENT OFFICIAS_The
Washington correspondent of the Baltimore
Sun sends the following dispatch to that jour?
nal, under date of the 2d instant: "Information
has been received at the Internal Revenue Bu?
reau of frauds on the revenue and outrages
upon the government officials in the Third Dis?
trict of South Carolina. It seems that ac?
counts from Mr. Bingham, formerly postmaster
at Abbeville, South Carolina, of heavy distillery
frauds in Abbeville District and Hart and Elbert
Cowries, Georgia, induced the bureau to dis?
patch a special agent thither, and after some
investigation Mr. Bingham was appointed Dep?
uty Collector. The result of the operation of
the government officials was the seizure of over
eighty illicit distilleries in tho three counties,
and the arrest of several of the distillers. Sub?
sequently the Deputy Collector was met by a
party who, it is ascertained, had been hired by
those engaged in the unlawful distillery, and
was shot through the shoulder. The Commis?
sioner of Internal Revenue has directed a re?
ward to be paid for the arrest of the party who
committed the outrage."
If you want cheap Blank Bookn;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes,
Paper, ic; or, MILLER'S Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
H you want Books bound in any style, or Ac?
count Books made to order, with any desired
pattern ot ruling, go to HIRAM Hannis, No. 59
(Ootipfj nnr) /nrnisrjinrj ?nobs.
TO THE CITIZENST
BARGAINS IN fLOTMG!
IN DRESS FROCKS-?
IN TIES, &c, &c.-? i
A CARD. i
NOW IS THE TIME, WITH A LITTLE MONEY, ;
to secure the BARGAINS IN CLOTHING AND FUR?
Dc not purchase before you examine the STOCK
01MACLEAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
No. 2 70 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
The Wando Fertilizer Company
HAVE ON HAND A SUPPLY OF THE
MADE AT THEIB WOBKS IN THIS CITY.
Farmers will find it to their Interest to try it.
PRICE $50 PER TON.
W. C. DUKES & CO., Agents,
No. L SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
SUPEa-PHOSPHAT? OF LIME.
TERMS i 865 PER TON, CASH-TIME
SALES CAN BE ARRANGED FOR.
H. W. KINSMAN,
SOLE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
No. 153 EAST BAY.
GENUINE SUPER PHOSPHATE
THE STANDARD FERTILIZER.
RICHER IN AMMONIA AND PHOSPHORIC ACID
THAN ANY OTHER FERTILIZER IN THE
Sold for ca?L, or Approved City Accep?
READ THE FOLLOWING :
CHARLESTON, S. C., December IS, 1867.
? Dr AB Sis : Fer the past year I have had tba
j sUperintender ce of a large Cotton planting interest
T near the city. In the cultivation of the land I have
used. CROASDALE'S PHOSPHATES, and although
the season waa mest unfavorable to a fair experiment
of this Fertilizer, I can with safety say that the bene?
ficial effects on the crops in tbaprugress of Its growth
was most manifest; ? My faith in ita utility is so
etroDg that I wUl recommend ita uso for the ensuing
season. Very respectfully,
?. W. S. LEO A BE.
HILTON HEAD, December 20,18G7.
Wm. Gurney :
DEAS Urn : I experimented with five different
kinds of Phosphates and Manures tho past season on
cotton lands, and am forcibly convinced thut
"CBOASDALE'?i SUPER-PHOSPHATE" is far su?
perior to any other of the fertilizers I havo tried, and
think eo lavorably of it that I Intend giving it thc
preference the coming season.
Yours respectfully, F. E. WILDER,
Superintendent V. S. Cotton Company.
For sala by WM. GURNEY,
No. lOi East Bay,
Agont for State of South Carolina.
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MENTS, HEADSTONES, ?ic.
AFINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constantly OD hand at S. KLABER'S Ware
room, No. 64 First avenue, near Third-strest, New
York. Call and examine before buying elsewhere.
February 3 6mo
COLGATE & CO.'S
G E R AI A N
THE STANDARD OF
For Sale by all Grocers. 3DJO January 31
THE JU A RION STAR.
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO,
is published at Mari OD, S. C.. in the central
portion of the country, and offers a favorable
medium to Merchants, Druggists, Machinists, and
all clasaeB who desire to extend their business in
the Pee Dee country.
For the benefit ef our advertising patrons, we
shall, in addition to our subscription hat, which ls
constantly increasing, pub Lu Li and distribute,
gratuitously, copies ol the STAB, during the busi?
ness season thin TalL
Bates of Advertising Liberal
W. J. McKERALL,
November 20 Editor and Proprietor.
ON BOARD S. S. CHAS. W. LOBD, )
CHABLESTon HARBOR, February, 5,1868. )
At a meeting of the undersigned passengers, held
on board tho above vessel, it was unanimously
Resolved, That our heartfelt thanks ate eminently
due, and hereby tendered, to Captain GEORGE W.
WARD and officers, of the steamship Chas. W. Lord,
for their untiring efforts and signal abilities dis?
played on our late unfortunate passage from New Or?
leans to New York, in which (during the severe gale
of February lit, 2d and 3d) the ship, becoming dis?
abled through loss of rudder, were enabled to reach
this port in safety.
It was further
Resolved, That we will ever hold in grsttful re?
membrance the uniform kindness and attention man
ifested lo make our situation as comfortable as the
trying circumstances would permit
Resolved, That a copy of the foregoing be inserted
in the Charleston papera.
J. J. BBINCKEBHOFF.
C. B. WHITE
SEWELL F. GBAVE8.
GEO. E. WAGGONER.
JOHN J. BOYLE.
H KN RY SHERMAN.
DIED, in this city, on the 5th Inst, Mr. MATHEW
MARKET, of Augusta, Ga., aged 37 yetta,
ja- His Friend? and Acquaintances,
and those of his sister, Mrs. MART KEREQAN, and
JOHN E. KXREQAN, and L. CANTWELL, are respect?
fully invited to attt nd his Funeral Services, at Cathe?
dral Chapel, Queen-street, This Afternoon, at Three
o'olock. * February 6
RATTAN are notified that she is discharging cargo
at Adger's South Wharf. Goods remaining on the
wharf at SUD set will be stored at owner's risk and
expense. JAMES ADGEB & 00.,
February 6 1 Agents.
ta- A NOVELTY.-THE LATE8T AND
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of appetite, headache, torpor of the liver, etc., is
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale by all
?-NEW MARRIAGE GUIDE.-AN ESSAY
for Young Men, on Physiological Errors, Abuses and
Diseases, incident to Youth and Early Manhood,
which create impediment* to MARRIAGE, with sure
means of relief. Sent in sealed letter envelopes free
of charge. Address Dr. J. &KTLLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
January 31 3mos
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Instantaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the ill effects of bad dyes; invigo?
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brown. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers; and
properly applied at Batchelors Wig Factory, No. 16
Bond-street, New York. lyr January ll
ta- TRUTH STRANGER THAN FICTION.
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gave up all hope of her recovery, when, by accident,
my attention waa called to your most valuable Bit?
ters by Messrs. Collins k Thurston, Druggists, hand?
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mended lor Bloody Flux, I bought one bottle, and
commenced giving according to directions ; and
before one-third of the bottle had been taken she was
entirely cored, and enjoys perfectly good health st
this time. Most respect!ully yours,
W. D. NUTTER.
BRANCHVILLE, ALA., March ll, 1867.
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J6T A CARD.-WHAT IS TABB ANT'S EF?
FERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT and what are
its effeots? These are questions which tho great
American public has a right to ask, and it has also a
right to expect a candid and satisfactory reply. Tho
preparation is a mild and gent?o saline cathartic, al?
terative and tome and is most carefully prepcred in
the form cf a snow white powder, containing all tho
wonderful medical properties of the far-famed Selt?
zer Springs of Germany.
Of its effects we would say that those who have
tested tho preparation are thc best judges, and they
declare over their own signatures, that the prepara?
tion will promptly relievo indigestion. Regulate the
flow of the b?e. Cure every specie of headache.
Tranqualizo the uervons system. Refresh and in?
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tism. Nontralize acid in the stomach. Cleanse and
tone tho bowels. Assist the failing appotite. Cure
If you aro a sufferer give thia remedy one trial, and
it will convluct! you of the above facta.
sold by all Druggists.
TARBAN! k CU.,
Sole Proprietors, New York.
January 28 23, amos
jpS"MRS.WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
for Chilureu Teething, greatly facilitates the process
of teething, by softening the gums, reducing all in?
flammation-will allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic ac?
tion, and is SUBE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
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never beon able to say of any otherjaoUicine- No7cr
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timely used. Never did we know an instonco of dla
satisfaction by any ono who used it On the contra?
ry, all are dolighted with its operation, and speak in
terms of commendation ol Its magical effects and
We speak in this matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW,"
after years of experience, and pledge our reputation
for the fulfillment of what wo here declare. In almost
every instance where tho infant is suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will bo found in fifteen cr
twenty minutes utter the syrup is administered.
Full directions for using will accompany oach
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Having the fae simile of "CURTIS k PERKINS" on
the outside wrapper. All others aro base imitations.
Sold by Druggists throughout the world. Price,
only 35 cents per bottle.
Offices-No. 215 Fulton-street, New York; No. 206
High Holborn, London, England; No. 441 St. Paul
street Montreal, Canada.
DOWLE k MOISE, Agents,
August 27 tuthsGmo Charleston, S. C.
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loss of power, dizzy head, loss of memory, and
threatened Impotence and imbecility, Hud a sove?
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arrest the discharRCS, and impart vigor and energy,
Ufe and vitality, to the entire man. They havi
cured thousands of cases. Price $5 per pockago of
six boxes and vial, or $1 per single box. Sold by
druggists, and Bent by mail on receipt ol pnce.
Address HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC
MEDICINE COMPANY, No. 662 "ROADWAY, NEW
YORK. September 1?
TO RAISES TJPPLIES FOB THE YEAH ONE
THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND SIXTY
EIGHT, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Alder?
men tn City Council assembled, That a taxfor the sama,
?nd in the maimer hereinafter mentioned, shall be
raised and paid into tho Treasury of tho City, ?or the
ase and service thereof, that is to say: Two dollars on
?very hundred dollars of tho value of every house,
jullding, lot, wharf, or other landed estate, including
ivory building and improvement on lands under a
lease for a term of Ave or more years, from a reli?
rions, charitable, or literary society, or under any
juilding lease, payable in three periods, viz: March,
ruly and November.
Seventy-five cents on every hundred dollars of aU
lales of goods, wares, and merchandise on perse nal
iccount or on account of others, payable monthly.
Two dollars on every hundred dollars of the gross
"eceipts of all street railroads, payable monthly.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all
rross receipts of all Express companies, payable
Seventy-five cents on every hundred dollars of all
lales at auction, payable monthly.
Three dollars ppr month on every coach or four
vhf el carriage drawn by two horses or mules (ex?
clusive of the horses or mules), payable monthly.
Two dollars per month on every coach or four
vheel carriage drawn by one horse or mule (exclu
live of the horse or mule), payable monthly.
One dollar and fifty cents per month on every two
vheel carriage, chair, sulkey, etc., (exclusive of the
torse or mule), payable monthly.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of gross
ncome, and all gross profita derived from the pur
mit of any faculty, profession, occupation or cm
iloyment, or from the exercise of c ny office, whe?
ller in the profession of the law, the profits derived
rom the costs ot suits, counsel fees, or other sources
if professional incomes, income from the practice of
lentis try, etc., payable mon hiv.
Fifty cents on every hundred dollars of the value
if any bond, mortgage, judgment, decree, or
ither investment or security, of whatever character,
vhether the said bond, etc., . be lecated, and
rhether the interests or dividends be paid here or
Isewhere, payable during month of March.
Two dollars on every dog kept within tho city, pay
mle on or before the 29th day of Juno nut.
Tbree dollars on every hundred donara of gross
ecelpts of all commercial agencies, payable monthly.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all com
al?sions received by factors, commission merchants,
lankers, brokers, dealers in foreign and domestic
xchange, vendue masters, or other persons vending
ir buying goo ns, wares, merchandize, produce, and
eal and personal property on commission, payable
T. ree dollars on every hundred dollars of aU gross
iremiums received furor uy any Insurance, company
scated in this oity, whether incorporated or not, or
ty agencies for individuals or companies, whether
Dcorporatcd or not, payable monthly.
Three dollars on every Lundrcd dollars of gross re
eipts of ali Gas Companies and other Manufacturing
ompanios located in thia city, paj able monthly.
One dollar por month on every horse and mule
ired ur kept within the city, excepting horses or
aules used in any license I carriage, cart, dray, or
'thor vehiclo, payable monthly
Two dollars and Arty cents per month on all retail
iealers in all articles whatsoever, whose monthly
eturns of s iles do not yield a tax above the said
mount of two dollars and Atty cents.
Two dollars capitation tax on all males over twen
y-one years of age, payable on or befor the 81st day
f March next; provided the amount of his tax does
lot exceed two dollars per annum.
Two dollars and fifty cents per mouth on all Huck
Two dollars and fifty cents per month on all Bur?
One doll ir on every hundred dollars of the gross
eceiLts of Hotel- and publie Eating and Boarding
louses, payable monthly.
One dollar on every hundred dollars of all receipts
f livery stable keepers, payable monthly.
Two dollars on every hundred dollars of the gross
ecelpts of cotton presses, payable monthly.
Seventy-flvo cents on every hundred dollars of the
ross receipts of all printing offices, newspapers and
mbliabing houses, payable monthly.
Tbree dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods
old In the city by persons not residents, by sample
One dollar on every hundred dollars of sales of all
iones and mule, brought to the city, payable
Twenty-five cents on every hundred dollars of
U sales of stocks, bonds, and other securities, pay?
One dollar on every hundred dollars of the gross
eceipts of Magnetic Telegraph Companies, payable
Seventy-five cents on every hundred dollars of the
TOSS receipts of all tavern keepers and liquor dcai?
rs, payable monthly.
SEO. 2. If any person or persons or corporations
hall neglect or refuse to render to the City Assessor
i return for taxation, under this ordinance, on or
lefore the 31st day of March next, then lt shall be
he duty of the City Assessor, with the Committee
in Assessments, to assess such person or persons or
orporations such amounts ss, in their Judgment,
nd according to the best of their knowledge
ind informa'.ion, they may deem just and pro
ier, which assessments shall be recorded in a
>cok and advertised lor the space of twenty
lays, within which time the parties so sa?
ie* sed shall have the privilege of correcting
bo same, under oath, before the City Assessor, if he
>r tu cy deem themselves over assessed. And all
lersons offering so to reduce their assessments, sholl
inswer, on oatu, all auch inquiries in relation to
heir taxable incomo receipts or property as the City
Assessor shall make. And ali asse.-sments so made
ind not corrected, as aforesaid, by the parti :s inter
isted, at the expiration of tho said twenty days, shall
ie deemed as correct, and no further appeal there
rom shall be allowed.
And each and every such defaulter shall pay
louble tax on the amounts so assessed or, in case of
:orrection, upon the amounts corree:ed, as afore?
said, anu executions for tho same shall be issued aa
n other cases, in case of default in payment.
SEO. 3. It is made the duty of the City Assessor to
call the attention of all persons liable for taxes to the
loverai items oi taxation herein specified, and to in?
stituto such inquines as will tend to procuro a full
return thereof. And if any person shall neglect cr
refuse to include in bis return any such item of tax
ttion, the City Assessor shall assess hun in respect
thereof, and the Treasurer shall collect the samo ..s
El part of his tax.
SEO. 4. The taxes assessed under this ordinance,
sxcept such as aro otherwise directed, shall be paya?
ble m three equal parts; ono part on or before the
last day of Marin next, another part on or before the
last day of July next, and the third part on or before
the last day ol November next. And in case of fail?
ure to pay any such part within twenty days from
the day fixed for the final payment thereof, execu?
tions shall issue tor auch part
8xo. 5. Any person or persons, or corporations,
failing to pay the taxes in tho manner and at the
the time hereinbefore preset ibo J, may be double
taxed at the option of Council. And it shall be the
?uty of tho City Treasurer to forthwith issuo execu?
tif ns against tho goods, chattels, and other property
ot said persons or corporations, and lodge the said
executions with the City Sheriff, who shall immedi?
ately proceed for the collection of the same, in the
manner provided by ordinances for the enforcement
SEO. 6. To the end that Council may have an
opportunity of determining whether or not it would
bo expedient for Council to levy a tax or taxes upon
the whole real and personal estate of which persons
liable to be taxed within the city may be possessed,
ar, in other words, to tax every man upon what he
ls really worth, it shall be tho duty of the City Asses?
sor, with the Committeo on Assessments, io prepare
md lay before Council, cn or before the rira day ot
July noxt a return "f the worth or value of the real
ind personal property of which any inhabitant or
other person liable to taxation may bo possessed, as
jf the fini day of January, 1803, making his assess?
ment in each case, upou Inquiry, and irom the best |
Information ho may be able to obtain.
SEC. 7. That all ordinances and parts cf ordinances
repugnant hereto bo and the same aro hereby re?
Ratified in City Council this twenty-eighth day of
pb s.[ January, in the yo ir ol our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and s.xry-e ght
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. February 4
OFFICE CHIEF OE CITY DETECTIVES, \
JAXUAJZY 17TH, 186U. j
THE PUBLIC AHE ill QUESTED TO PLACE
upon thoir COPPER PUMPS some private mark,
In order that they may bu identified when stolen and
recovered by the City Detectives, as numbers of
copper pumps are recovered ty the Detectives, but
none can be identified.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
1st Lieutenant and Colet of City Detectives.
January 17 _
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
CHABLESTON, November 2C, 1867. )
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED FIRST
OCTOBER last. Those who failed to renew
at that time aro not considered as having a License,
and consequently are no AucUoneora.
W. H. SMITH,
November 27 Clerk of Council.
TO JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
DECEMBER 2,1867. J
rjYHE JUNK-SHOP LICENSES OF THE FOLLOW
JL INO persons have expired. They are hereby
notified to apply at this Office immediately and re?
new the same :
PHILIP RILEY, Warren and St. Phlllp-atreets.
M. REYNOLDS, No. 6 Redon's Alley.
MARY BURKE, No. 72 Colhoun-street.
EDMUND WALLACE. No. 24 Washington-street.
JAMES WALLACE, No. 9C Spriug-stroet
JOHN LEAHY, No. 214 Coming-street.
MARX HAFEERTY, Columbus and Hanover-sls.
MARY CAMPBELL, President and Cauuon-ats.
P. MANION, No. 67 State-sueet.
JOHN HENNY, No. 4C Queen-street.
JAMES BARRY, No. 10 W'harl-sticct
D. CONROY, No. 99 St. Pbilip-streot.
P. DORAN, No. 10 Exchange-street.
P. PINKUSSOHN", No. o3 East Bay.
W. H. SMITH,
December 3 Clerk of Council.
rpHE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
WILL BE ISSUED BY SIX O'CLOCK EVERY
MORNING to iubscribers in any portion of the city,
at EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK, payable weekly.
Orders left at tba Periodical Stores ol Mr. C. C. RIGH?
TER, Nos. 161 and 338 KING-STREET, or at th?
Office of the DAILY NEW 8, No. 18 HAYNE-sTREET,
will receive prompt attention,
December 9 Agent for City Delivery.
Hamt, Strips, Shoulders, Sides, ??c.
?JEFFORDS & CO.
wm sell THIS DAT, in front of their Store, at 9%
25 hags COFFEE
400 Choice Sugar-cur ed Hams
20 boxes Yellow Sugar
2000 pounds Choice Strips
3 linds. Bib Sides
SO texas Cheese
10 lioxes Clear Sides in Dry Salt
_150 barrels Potatoes. February 6
For account of all concernid-Hams, Break?
fast Bacon, Pickle Hams and Tongues.
BY J. A. ENSL0W & CO.
THIS DAX, 6th instant, in front of oar store, No. lal
East Bay, at 10 o'clock, will be sold,
6 TIT .RC LS S. O. HAMS
7 tierces Pickle Hams
2 ?anjea 8. C. Breakfast Bacon
1 tierce Beef Tongues. Febiuary 6
Boots, Shoes and Hats.
BI MILES DRAKE.
THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
SEVENTY-FIVE CASES BOOTS AND SHOES,
CONSIBTCNG OT :
CASES MEN'S CALF AND ED? BOOTS, Wax and
Buff Bairne raia and Brogans, 6 to ll, and 9 to 13;
Calf, Congi ess, Union Boots, tte. Ladies' Lasting,
Congress, 'Sid and Morocco Balmorals, Women's
Kip and Buff Balmorals, 3 to 7, and 6 to 9. and? a
large 'ariaty of Ladles', Misses' and (Children's
Shoes, in euloon".
25 doan Men's and Boy's HATS.
Dry Goods, Madras Hdkfs., and Satinet
BY JOAN G. M1LNOR & CO.
THIS DAT. Otb inst, at )0 o'clock, we will sell,
at our Store,
AN INVOICE, Just received per Manhattan:
BLUE DENIMS, DOMESTIC GINGHAMS
Mixed Ker leys. Kentucky Jeans, Bed Ticking
Womon's "if hite Hose, Brown and Mixed Half Hose
Mad tas Hdkfs., Brown and White Hdkfs.
Men's Cloth Caps, Hickory Shirts
Fancy Pl ai ie, Sewing Silk
Satinet Pants, Pocket Knives, izo., bc
Conditio a? cash. February 6
ASSIGN BE'S SALE.
T. J. Knauffvs. The Charleston Rubber Com?
pany-Case in Attachment.
W. T. LETCH & R, S. BRUNS,
In obedience to the order of the Honorable the Court
ot Common Pleas, I will offer for sale, at ll o'clock
THIS I AY, the 6th of February instant, at
Public Auction, at the Works, King-street Boad,
to the highest bidder,
THE FALLOWING VALUABLE PBOPEBTT:
One (1) EUGINE, sixty horne power
Two (2) New Boilers
One (l) nrty-two (52) feet Heater and Carriage, and 39
Moulds for Vulcanizing
Five (5) Mixers rad Grinders
Two (2) Sets of Cull anders
One (1) Large Key Vice
Two (1) Sl sdges
Twenty (2 )) Composition Boxes
Two (2) Ti .bles, sixty feet
Ons (1) Ts ble, forty-five feet
One (1) Chain, one hundred and four (101) feet
Lot Steam Piping attached to Machine
Engino Lathe, 10 test bed, 20 inch. Wing Screw
Cutting Gard complete, with Counter Shaft
Terms--One-half cash; remainder In four and six
months, OD note or notas of the purchaser, with two
or more approved sureties. Purchaser to pay lox
stamps. D. B. GIL LIL AND, Assignee.
? e brum y 6 Mil mwffi feb 846
Furniture of a Family declining Housekeeping.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
Kto. 136 >IEETI.V G.STREET.
Will sell the above TO-MO REO W (F BID AY), 7 th
Particulars morning of sale.
Bankrupt Sale, by order of th? Assignee.
BY N? HUNT ? SON.
IO-MOBKOW, February 7th, at 10 o'clock,in Store
No. 381 King-street wa will sell, for cash,
Th? Entire Stock of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, kc.
Store Furniture and Fixtures.
Sold ati the Assigned Estate of Adam Zoller, in
[SALES POSTPONED TO PBTDAY, TEE 7TH OST., ON
ACCOUNT OF THE WEATHER.]
Two Splendid half Acre Lots, in the Town of
Mount Pleasant, near the Steamboat Land?
ing, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real E state Agenta and Brokers, No. 37
OnTO-?OBBOW, the 7th of February, at ll o'clock,
IN FD OST OF IHBB OFFICE, will ba sold
The above LOTS, one known as No. 93, situated
on the eist side of Main or Pitt-street; measuring
100 feet iront thereon, by 200 feet deep, more or less;
opposite the residence of the late Captain A
LacoBte, and nearly opposite the celebrated
picnic resort, the " Old Oak Grove. "
Together with the Lot known as No. 7, adjoining the
above in rear at the southeast corner, containing 100
feet fror t on Commons-street, by 200 feet deep.
Terme cash. Purchaser to pay S. b McG. for
papers and stamps. _February 6
A small Wooden Dwelling and Lot on the
north side of Newnan-street, next to the
corner of Rutledge Avenue, ai Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents and Brokers, No. 87
On TO-MOBBOW, the 7th or February, at ll o'clock,
IN FBONT OF THEIR OFFICE, will be Bold,
THE ABOVE PBOPEBTT, Lot ?feet front by 137
feet deep more or lesa. Fruit trees and a fine well
of water on the premises.
Term i-Half cash, the balance in one year Focured
as usurl. Property to be insured atid policy as
signsd. Purchaser to pay S. b McG., for papers
and stamps. February 6
Two Desirable Building Lots in Mount Pleas?
ant, on th? front beach, next but one to the
north of the Steamboat Landing, at Auction.
BY SMITH $ MCGILLIVRAY.
Heal Estate Agents and Brokers, No. 37
OnTO-MOBBOW, the 7tb of February, at ll o'clock,
IN 1 BONT OF THEIR OFFICE, will be sold,
Thos? TWO LOIS, situated' as above, measuring
60 feel each front on tba beach, by 2C0 feet deep,
more cr less, and having in rear a thoroughfare 20
feet wile reserved for these and the adjacent lots.
Terms cash ; pur chaser to pay 8. b Mc G. for papers
and sa mps. February 6
A Small Two-story Wooden Tenement, togeth?
er -vith the Lots upon which it it situated,
known as Nos. 4 and 6 Ann-street, fourth
Weit of .Elisabeth-street, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents and Brokers, No. ?7
On TO-MOBHOW, the 7th ot February, at ll oVelock,
TN :PBONT OF THEIR OFFICE, wfll be sold,
witt out reserve.
The above PBOPEBTT, the Lots measuring to
getbei 60 feet 9 inches front by 200 feet deep, more
Tei:ns-Half cash; the balance in one year, secur?
ed as lBuaL Purchaser to pay S. b McG. for papers
and stamps._February 6
Thomas Pinckney, executor Elizabeth P. Pinck
nev vs. Sarah P. Bellinger et al. A bill to
Account, io Marshal Assets and for Relief.
BY T, A. WHITNEY*.
Will be sold under the direction of the undersigned,
at (ne old Customhouse, on TUESDAY, the 11th
day of February, 1868, at ll o'clock, A. M.,
All those two adjoining fine COITON and BICE
PLANTATIONS, known as "Timothy" and "Towns?
end," tracts belonging to the estate of Mis. Elizabeth
P. P nckney. deceased, situated on the Ashepoo
Bivei, about two miles irom the ferry, on the Saltka
batctie road, CoUeton Distiict. These Plantations
offer rare inducements to capitalists who may wish
to enrage in the culture of Cotton or Bloe, as they
comr.tn 63J asres of Cotton land ai-d 136 acres of
Bice land, both excellent quality. The Bice lands,
owini to the fine facilities for drainage, are admira?
bly adapted to the cultivation of this staple, un
these places are a Dwelllngbouse.Kltchen, very large
Barn, Cornhouse, fine i-table, and seven or eight
aetVi .nts' houses.
A Plat of the same can be seen at the office of T.
A. Whitney, No. 7 Franklin-street.
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of one
and rwo years, secured by bond and mortgage of the
the i .remises. Purchaser to pay for papen.
January 18 C. E. C. D.
. TUE IRISH CITIZEN."
HEW WEEKLT NEW8PAPEB.
Proprietor and Editor.JOHN MI1CHEI
FDUST NUMBER TOTPPKAB ON SAT?BDA1
the 12th of October, 1867.
Terms by the year.$8.00
Terms for half year. 1.60
Terms foi four months.LOO
Clubs of 10 in the usual propc.tlon.
Advertisement? to be forwarded immediately, s
i aa lo be duly classified.
Address, JOHN MITCHEL,
Office of the Irish Citizen,
No. 91 Barclay street, New York.
S eft ?mb er 30
Butter, Cheese and Lard.
BY T. W, CATEE.
wm be sold on Brown's Wharf, st three-o^iartar*
psst 0 o'clock,
160 ?TJB9 AND FIRE R'S BUTTES
40 tubs Lard
36 boxes Cheese-English Dalry and Pineapple.
Conditions cash. February 6
Balance of Stock at Store No. 229 King-strut,
with Office Furniture, Safe, Stools, Show
Cases, ?c, fe.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
WUl sell THIS DAT, at Store No. 229 Ring-street, st
DRESS GOODS-Merinoes, Mohair Lustre j, Co
burgs, All-Wool Delaines, Plaida, Ginghams, Chintz,
WHITE GOODS-Nainsook, Cioss-Bar and Swiss
Muslins, Cambrics and Jaconets, Linen Damasks,
Napkin Doy leys, Irish linen, B. E. Diaper, Long
CASSIHERES AND WOOLLEN?-Black Cloths,
Doeskins. Shawls, Fanoy Cassim eres, Satinets,
Tweeds, Kerseys, ?tc.
HOMERY AND GLOVES-Ladies' White, Mixed
and Slate Hose; Men's English Brown, White and
Fancy Half Hose; Undervests; Kid, Silk, Cloth, Ber?
lin and Merino Gloves, Sic.
NOTIONS-Colognes, Extracts, Hair Brushes,
Buttons, Threads, Spool Silk, Trunmlngs, ic.
WALNUT OFFICE DESK, Carpet, Safe, Chairs,
Stove, 8.ools, Walnut Show Casa, lia., bc
UH DER DECREE IA" EQUITY
Roptr vi. Allston.
Will be sold, under the direct on of tho undersign?
ed, at the old Customhouse, THIS DAT, tbs
6th ot February, 1868, at ll A.M.,
All that PLANTATION sit?ate in the Parish of
St, Jamei' San tee, known ss " oe Hall,*' containing
about 2000 acres, more or less, and bounding north
on the Public Road, east on linds of Smith b Col
burn, south on the water and marshes of Bull's Bay,
and west on lands of B. T. Morrison.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for popers and
stamps. JAMES TUPPER, i
February 6 Master in Equity.
CK DER DECREE IV EQUITY
Mellichamp vs. Seabrook.
THIS DAY, the 6th February instant, at ll
o'clock, wiU be told st the Old Customhouse,
All that valuable PLAN TA HON known ss '.Bunk
Island," late the proper! of James Pope, deceased,
situate in Beaufort Dlsrxlct, on Mary River, near
Blufften, containing 710 acres, more or less. Bo and?
ing norla on lands of John W. Kirk, east os E. W.
Kirk sud estate or B. P. Guerard, south on Mary
River, and west on N. P. Crowe!; and J. F. Guerard.
Ternis-One-third cash; balance in one year, as
cured by bond of purchaser, with interest from
date and mortgage of the premises, containing a cov?
enant for re-sale after twenty-one days' nonos, ic
case of a breach of the condition of the bond. Pur?
chaser to pay lor papers md stamps.
V. D. V. JAMISON,
^ ^ Comm'r in Equity for OrsngeJ^mrgJ^
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Angel vs. Angel.
THIS DAY, tho 6th February instant, st n o'clock,
will be sold, at the old Customhouse,
AU that LOT OF LAND, situate on the north side
of Tradd-street, in this city, being part of s Lot for-'
merly bought by 8 uni E. Arson, deceased, of Wm. L
Logan, measuring in front 66 te:t 6 inches, roora or \
less, and in depth 170, more or less. Bonnding ^
south on Tradd-street, stet on land of Jervis H. Ste?
vena and Robt. Turabul, north on land of E. Turn?
bull, and west on land ol John Simpson.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two and
three years, secured by bond of purchaser and mort?
gage of tho premises. Tur chaser to pay for papers
and Btamps. J. w. GE AY,
Fcbinary 6 th4_Master In- Eqmtr.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY..
We?cof? vs. Wtscott.
WIU be sold under the direction of the undersigned,
st the Old Customhouse. THIS DAY, the 6th
of February, 1868, at ll A. M.,
1. AU those SEVEN LOTS OF LAND, situate in
Ward No. 8, m this city, fronting on a pi?ce of land
twenty feet wide; extending in length tram flurtng
street on tho north, io ?ee-stre t on the BO nth; de?
signated by the letters H, I. E. L, M, N and O, in
the plat of said hinds. The said Lots of Lana meas?
ure together 280 feet front on the said private way,
by the same on the back Une, and one hundred and
ilfteen feet nine inches (116 feet 9 Inches) each on the
north and south Unes.
a. AU that WATER Lu J , of irregular snap?, lying
to the south of the Lot lettered O, and extending
thence to Bee-street, as the aforesaid lota are describ?
ed in the said plat
3. AU that LOT OF LAND, situate on the east side
of Meeting-street road, in Ward No. 7, in this city,
known by the No. 17 in a plat of two hundred and
twenty-five (226) lots, drawn by B. K. Payne, Sur?
veyor, and called Cool Blow village, being formerly a
part of J. S. Payne's fi-rm, "?""^"g la front on
Mee?ng-at 60 feet, the warne on the back Brass sad in
depth 160, be the same more or lesa; bounding north
on lot No. 16, east on lot No. 36, south onlot tia. IS,
and west on Meeting-street.
4. All that LOT OF LAND, situate atti? northeast
corner of Meeting-strwt road and Center-street, and
known by the No. 18 in? plat of 226 lots, drawn by
B. K. Payne, and delineated on the plat aforesaid,
measuring in front on Meeting-street 60 feet, the
same on tba back lino, and in deptn 160 feet; bound*
lng north on lot No. 17, east on lot No. 36, sooth on
Centre-street, and west on Mesting-stieeL
6. AU that TRACT OF LAND, situate in the Parish
of St George's Dorchester,- containing about 680
acres, more or less; bounding to the southeast on
lands formerly of Wm. H aggett, and late of D. Sim?
ons, but now of----; southwest on lands for?
merly of Dr. MacNeal. and now ?rlate of George H.
smith; northwest on the main road, and a small tract
of land sold to Col BonJ. Perry; ?Ld northeast on
Ashley Elver; which said tract of land, with the
small tract ot land above mentioned aa sold to Col.
BenJ. Perry, was described as containing 692 acres,
in a deed of conveyance from Thomas Munt, Com?
missioner in Equity, ,o the said Geo. H. Smith, da?
ted the 4th of October. 1626. .
Terms-One-third cash; balance mona and two
years, secured by bond of the purchaser and mort?
gage of the promises. Purchaser to piy for papers
and stamps. JAMES TUPPER,
February 6 tug thl Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
South Carolina Society vs. Ball.
WUl be sold, under the direction of the undersigned,
_ st the Old Custon; h ouse, THURSDAY, the 13th ^
of February, 1868, ac ll A, M.,
All that LOT OF LAND situate in the Pariah of St
PhLip's, iu this city, the sims being part and parcel
of a certain Lot known and distinguished in tbs Plan
of Charleston by tho Number 136, measuring on the
north line thereoi 130 test ti inches; on the sooth lina
thereof 132 feet more or less; and on the east end
west lines thereof 146 test 6 menos each, be thi same
more or lesi; bounding to the north, on lands of
Xaoinus Bennett; to the south on Bnli-street; to the
eist on Lynoh-street; and . o the west on lands of
Thomas Grange simons, and on othtr lands of tba
said Thomas Benn* tt
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two, three
and four years, secured by bond or bonds of pur?
chaser end mortgage of the premises, with interest
from dsy cf sala, payable semi-annually; buildings ^
to be insured and policy assigned. Puircbacar to pay <ajsi
for 'papers and stamp*. JAMES TUPPER,
February 6 thj._Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Hamlin vs. McDowell.
Vi ill be sold under tt e direction of the Master, at tba
OM Customhouse, in this city, on THURSDAY, the
20th day ot February, 1868. at ll o'clock. A. M.,
All that PLANTATION cabed "PORTER VTNE,"
St Thomas' ParLh, on the cain Hoy public road,
at the head of the western branch of Wando B ivor,
about twenty-one milos from Ch irleston, containing
646 acres, more or leu, and bounded by lands form?
erly of James Bose aid Henry Bonneau.
All that FARM lil the Village of Louisville, con
tailing 160 acres, more or less, and bounded by lands
of Dr. O'Hetr and W. B. McDowell, and by Wando
Terms-One-third cash; bala noe in one, two and
three years, secured by bond and mortgage. Pur?
chaser to pay for parers and stamps.
This property maj be treated tor at private sal?.
January 30 tb Master in Eqoity.
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