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j?- LAR'?f-ST CIRCULATION.-THE
.NEWS HEIN li THE NEWSPAPER OF!
RECOGNIZ-D AS SWING THE LARG1
CULAT10N IS THE CITY OF CHAR
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS 1
.ISG IN IHE POSTOFFICE AT THE
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW
AUCTION SALES WIS DA
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell at 10
.-it their auction boase, No. 55 Hase
cloths, cassimores, &c.
TAKE CARE OF THE REGISTRATION
should delay tc register-there ia no tn
lost-to-m-rrow is tho last chance.
come. orw&rd promptly.
_ FIRE.- An alarm of fire was Riven abc
part seven o'clock iast night, caused by
cidental buming ol a bundle of hay ii
Alloy. The engines were soon out, but
was extinguished before they reached tl
GERMAN- DEMOCRATIC CLUB.-A mee
?this club wiU take place this evenin;
mencing at eight o'clock. Imrortaut b
will bo transacted, and addresses wiU
livered by Professor Hermann Meier, <
many, and others.
$ ATTENTION! VOTERS.-All persons who
.cincts have beep changed, or who have i
-ed their residence since the last rogist
should be careful to enroll their names
-diately, or they will ' be debarred from y
THE MILLS HOUSE_We aro reques
direct the attention ot capitalists, and th
.?ic generally, to the important assignee
cf the Mills House and other prope:
wjiich tho advertisement wiU bo found
other column. _
THE CHARLESTON DEMOCRACY.-On j
ni??ht, the consultation of the Democrat!
tral Club with the delegations of three
each ward club took place. After five I
. debate it was decided to be inexpedient f<
Democrats to nominate a candidate for 3
VOTERS OF WARD NO. 1-REGISTER_Re
in your ward at once. Yon have but om
ing place. Remember this and do nol
^your chance. Don't depend on the old
?ration. See advertisement.
REWARDS.-Gov. Scott has offered, by
"Clamatioc, a reward of $300 for the appn
sion of Geo. Callaway, who murderod
.Boddifoi'd, colen d, on the 27ch ult. ; a
. reward of $250 for the recRpSure of Rai
Ramsey, colored, who escaped last July
the Walhalla jail, where he was confined
? charge of attempted rape on a white worn
BURNS' CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION.-Thi
-ciety was disorganized by tho events oi
war, and an effort is now being made to r>
i, it. A meeting of the surviving member:
be held for that purpose to-night, at the
-chant's Hotel, corner of Society and '.
streets. A large and fuU attendance of t
members still interested in the society is
VoTEas OF WARD NO. 2-REGISTER.-RI
ter to-day. There is only tooday and to-i
row, and to-morrow never comes. Don'i
pend on the former registration. See ad
.'Lo ! SILENCE HIMSELF IS HERE."-N
.sound was heard, not a warning note from
Bevon o'clock bell last night. Watches v
consulted and the time accurately noted,
? still no response from the steeple. Even
.fire alarm failed to sc und, and it was not u
nine o'clock that the evening chimes rang c
The cause of the silence was the inability
the steepleman to reach his post, some one h
"ing locked tho door and carried away the I
MORE STEAM TO PHILADELPHIA.-Efforts
being made, which will likely be attended vi
success, to increase our steam communicat
with tho City of Philadelphia. The fa eil ii
which have been for some time afforded were
too restricted a character to accommodate
freight, and we learn that a superior ste*
ship will, in a few weeks, be placed on 1
route to ron in connection with the steams!
^ Prometheus. The agents here will be Mese
v John 4 Theo. Getty.
VOTERS OF WARD NO. 8-REGISTER.-If y
have never registered, register now. If y
have registered before, register again, on
to it that your names have not been erased
.omitted. See advertisement.
y PILLSBURY AND THE FOREIGNERS.-It is i
' .ported that arnon ? our naturalized feUow-ci
zens there are a few deluded victims who i
tend to vote for Pillsbury because they thii
s he is their friend. Before they adopt so sni<
?dal a policy let them inquire whether said Pill
"bury was not, some years ago, a bitter "Knoi
Nothing," the avowed enemy of aU foreigner
When they have concluded a rigid inquiry j
that direction, they will.probably prefer to vol
for some one else.
PERSONAL.-D. H. Chamberlain, Esq., tb
/ -Attorney-General, has returned from his vis.
" to the Governor.
Skiff & Gaylord's Minstrel Troupe, consistin
.of twenty performers, with a fino brass band
-arrived on the Florida steamer last night, an
; -aro staying at the Pavilion Hotel.
Tho agents of Stone & Murray's great cii
.cus, which ip expected about the 6th proximo
have also arrived, and are staying at the sam
VOTERS OF WARD NO. i-REGISTER.-Yoi
have many polling places. See that your name;
are registered at the proper place. It is al
important. See advertisement.
COLUMBIA ITEMS.-WRIiam H. Talley, Esq.,
.of the Columbia bar, has received tho Demo
.cratic nomination for Solicitor of tho Fifth
Colonel J. P. Thomas is out in a card with
.drawing his name as a candidate for the
-Mayoralty of Columbia.
The result of the three days' registration in
Columbia, ending on Saturday last, was :
'Whites, 10?; negroes, 47.
TEX NEW VOTERS OF WARD 8.-The new class
of voters admitted to registry in Ward 8, by
' virtue of the commissioners'order of ox', ension,
may bi judged by tho following incident : A
negro from tho benighted region extending
from the city bouudary to the Six Mile House,
after rosistcriuK In Ward 8, on Saturday, boast
. ed that he voted iu the last election three times
in the city and twic; in tbo country, and that
he was than going to Goose Creek to register,
iliat he might play the same game again.
RELEASED ON BAIL-Messrs. Thomas L
'CaldweU and R. V. Gist, who were arrested in
Newberry by Constable Harris and brought t o
Columbia, wero up before Judge Boozer ou
Friday under a writ of habeas corpus. Messrs.
. J. M. Baxter and S. W. Melton appeared for
tho prisoners, and Attorney-General D. H.
. Chamberlain for tho State. After hearing the
affidavits and arguments of counsel, Judge
Boozer roloased them oa bail to appear at the
next term of the Court for Nowbcrry-Mr.
Gist in J5C00, and Mr. Caldwell in $300. Bai
-was promptly given.
VOTERS OF WARD 3-REGISTER.-lt is a
registration for most of you. It is a regii
tion necessary to bc examined by all of
Remember that and don't fail to have ;
names down on the right book. Seo ai
THINGS IN NEWBERRY.-Our correspond
"Broke," writing from Nowberry under dai
23d instant, says: Heavy frost this morn
with ovary prospect fora freeze to-night,
ton coming in freely, but too much of it gi
to New York. The crip w?l bo short-the
bolls cannot make. The shipments to
Y'ork aro dispose 1 to go overland. Ono I
bred bales sold today: Ordinary 18$c;
middling, 19$c; middling, 20$ to 21jc.
classification is "spontaneous." We ncc
broker who knows his business and has
tact to get employed.
AM?SEMENT S_Skif" & Gaylord's fan
troupe of Minstrels opon their engagomen
Hibernian Hall this evening. From tho
thusiastic reception they havo met witl
other cities, we judge that their pcrformai
aie first-class in their line.
Tho Templeton Dramatic Company prrfo
in Augusta this evening. They will rcturi
Charleston alter thc departure of the J
Columbia is lo havo a surfeit of tho hir.
diome. Three circuses, Robinson's, Magh
& Carroll's, and Rosston & Munay's, are c
ing there, and Lowande, too, is on the sj
chaUenging tho champion riders of till ot
shows to a test of horsemanship.
VOTERS OF WARD 6-REGISTER.-Yours is
imjiortant ward. Register in your respec
precincts to-day. Do not put it off until
morrow-you may be crowded out. Seo
CoaoNER's INQUEST.-On Saturday Coro
Whiting helli ?n inquest on tho body of Ji
Welsch, a German, about tweuty years of a
Welsch had been working on Shepard's fa:
where he contracted a severe caso of chills i
fever. Ho refused to send for a doctor, p
ferring to uso tho remedies recommended
friends. Ono of those was to drink a qu ir
whiskey. Welsch procured a bottle and dn
a pint and a half in fifteen minutes, wh
caused his death in a short time. Tho j
rendered a verdict that tho deccasodcamc
his death from congestion of tho brain, eau:
by excessive ase of spirituous liquors.
VOTERS OF WARD 7-REGISTER_This is
new registration. Your old registration do
count. Register over again, or if you ht
never registered register now, and be prep
ed to do your duty at tho elections. See i
PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD OF SOUTH CAP.OLTNA
On Wednesday last), at half-past 7 P. M.. I
Synod of South Carolina met in the Prosby
rian Church, and was opened with a sermon
the Moderator, Rev. S. H. Hay, after which t
body was duly organized by the election ol Ri
Mr. Morso, of Pendleton, in the Presbytery
South Carolina, as Moderator, and Rev. Mess
Law and Turner, as Clerks. The attendance
ministers was not large, and that of rali
elders small. The subjects of discussion wc
not of unusual interest, but were increased
an appeal of tho session of tho Second Chut e
Charleston, from the decision of the Chark
ton Presbytery. Dr. Smytho, of Charleston,
the appellant in the case. Prof. Anderson ga
tho Synod a very flattering account of t
prospects and prosperity ol' Davidson Collegi
EXTENSION OF THE CITY LIMITS.-Tb o e
traordinary icttor published below was se
to the Registration Board of tho 8th Ward <
Saturday. Where the Board of Commissio:
eis of Elections get the authority to enlarf
the limits of the City of Charleston, it is dif
cult to imagine. A largo number of negro
will be added by this arrangement to the nut
bor of registered voters of Ward 8, perhai
enough to secure the election of Mr. Pill
CHARLESTON, 8. C., October 21,18C8.
To the Board pf Managers of Ward 8, Chark
ton, S. C. :
For the purpose <if registration tho 81
Ward of the City of Charleston shall be ho
to include the territory as far un, as the S
By order of the Board.
D. T. CORBIN.
Chairman Board of Commissioners of Ele
tious, Charleston County.
INCIDENTS OF REGISTRATION_Few persoi
have failed to observe the number of stranp
darkies in town, most of them bearing ev
dence of their rural simplicity. Some of thee
imported voters caused considerable amusi
ment around tho polls in answering the que:
tiona put to them. At one precinct un old ni
gro said that he lived in Smith-street, by tb
bakehouso, and could give no better descrir.
tion of his local habitation. Another wantc
to rogister, but was candid enough to tell th
managers that he did not live in town, an
would leave for homo after the election. Hi
vote will not bo polled unless ho is mauipula
ted moro successfully to-day. At ono or twi
precincts tho managers were armed with ai
oath a yard long, and compelled tho applicant
to swear fealty to the constitution and laws o
tho State and United Statos, and also that thc;
had not done Uiose things which they shuiilc
not have done during tho war. The victim:
were, inmost instauccs, accustomed to swear
ing, and took the oath at a gulp. Thougl
there was a large crowd and considerable
wire-pulling around the lower precincts, th(
majesty of thc law was not violated, and overy^
thing was conducted decently and in older.
VOTERS (F WARD 8-REGISTER.-D>?'t laj
the flattering unction to your souls that yon
are already registered. It is noe so. Ever j
man in tho ward must register or lose his vote,
This is the more important as many not in
tho ward arc to be allowed to register. Sae ad?
HOTEL ARRIVALS-October 24.-Charleston
Botel.-P. S. dwell, W. H. Hatheway, Bos?
ton; James Eldon, Richmond; W. S. Floyd,
Baltimore; C. \\. Wright, New York.
October 25.-Samord C. Hover, Rhode Isl?
and; E. Iluchet, D. B. Dupont, cit* ; IJ. C. Mau?
rice, Atlanta; Clias, H. Campbell, New Y'ork;
C. P. Hyde, Richmond; A. bummer, S. C ; S.
deB. Kops, New York; H. D. Burkett, cit j;
David Risley, Georgotjwn; Mrs. A. Hailo and
servant, E. Hailc, Florida; Dr. P. Rector, city;
J. J. Upham, U. 3. A.
Paddon Bold-October 24.-Mrs. McKelvoy
and child, New York; C. C. Moore, Agent Steno
& Murray's Circus; J. C. Bailey, Greenville;
Captain L. P. Dutton, Steamship Sex Gull; J.
October 25.-J. H. Bakes and John Widdin
and servant, Stone & Murray's Circus; L. Smith,
South Carolina; Captaiu M. B. CrowcJl, Henry
Gorham, Steamship Sarai:ojsa; George White?
more, Columbia; C. Lolcr, Augusta; J. L.
Spears, Danville. Ky.; Georgo Laison, Newber?
ry; A. Haight an i Mi's. A. Haight, Steno &
Murray's Circus; Georgo R. Bronson, New
York; A. A. Stoddard, New York; R. H. Draper,
Cordcsville; Skiff & Gaylord's Minstrels and
brass Baud, twenty, in troupe; Mrs. P. F.
Davis, St. Stephen's; George R. Congdou,
CITIZENS OF CHARLESTO>-REGISTER.-Your
right to thc ballot depends on your prompt?
ness in this matter. If you would do your duty
in thc groat contest for constitutional govern?
ment, you mu?t regibtcr at once. See adver?
THE CITY FINANCES.
A REVIEW OF THE CONDITION AND OPERATIONS
OF THE CITT GOVERNMENT THIS YEAR, AS COM?
PARED WITH LAST YEAR.
Wo publish this morning tlio minmi state?
ment of tbo Uit.v Treasurer for the fiscal year
ending 31st August, 18G6, which show* an im?
provement in the condition of our municipal
a?airs which must, uudcr tho circumstances,
bo both a matter of surprise and of hearty con?
Tho total in :omc of the year from all sources
is $1,003,081, and the total expenditure $9"3,
551. From licenses and taxes thc receipts ar J
about the same as in 18G7, but tho city bas now
a far larger balance in the treasury. On Au?
gust 31, 1SG7, thc balan?a in thc treasury was
$37,987, all iu city bills of tho now issue, of
which about $12,000 were still in circulation
and lo bo icd.cmod. On thc 3lst Augus-t, 18G8,
there were no city bill- iu circulation, anti the
balance in thc treasury. $jl 713. was made up
of tho whole of tho new isstn of city bills,
$50,000, ai.d $31,C00 in greenbacks. But it is
in liquidating its bills payable that thc city has
mado so great au advance. In 18G7, thc city
owed upon notes payable $G5,202. 'I his wes re?
duced by August 31 last to $28,502, about $37,
000 being paid.
In thc matter of interest on the city debt we
have also mads a handsome progress. It will
be remembered that nil quarterly intsrest on
city stock, under $20 in amount, is paid cash
when duo, all interest over $20 being funded;
also that where thc city owes interest on stock
to tho bona fide holder who owes the city
money lor taxes, thc ono amount is allowed to
be set off as for as is necessary against ibo
other. Thc whols jcero-t paid by the city
during tho vea;- i.i ILc s." por cj.it. stock was
$25G,9S9, for $118,510 of which amount now
stock was issued, lesvnic: S13S.489 as the
amount paid by Mic cit; lu tho two way3 al?
ready mentioned, \'?: i:i c;t>a for interest less
than $20, and in interest received iu payment I
Thc expenses during thc year arj shown in
detail in the statement of tho treasurer; but
wo call attontiou to some of thc most striking
Alms House.- Under this head there is au
increased outlay of S55G0. This is caused by
tho fact that thc city now supports tho col red
paupers ns well as thc white paupers, while
during thc previous year thc colored paupers
wcro supported by the Freedmen's Bureau.
About seventeen hundrel rations aro now is?
sued daily by the city to the dcslitr. tc poor.
Fircmasters.-Under this head there is a de?
crease in outlay of about $2000, notwithstand?
ing the fact that $10,000 has been spent this
year in building and fitting up new engine
Police or Guard.-Tho police for tho year
ending: August 31st last cost $119,245, against
$148,312 in 18G7, or a decrease in cost of nearly
$30,000. This was mado up by thc reduction
of numbcr3 and 1 ay mado in accordance with
ihe report of tho retrenchment Committee,
and which did not go into effect until about
January 1st last. For tho year ending August
31st next, tho cost should bc still less.
Slreels.-In 18G7 thc cost of work on strocts
was $110.293, while for the year just ended it
was but $54,333, to which must be added tho
pavements mado through thc City Engineer's
department $28,557, making together $32 SOO ;
a reduction in total cost of $27,408. Tho mo?
ney this year has boen well spent. Aspuallum
pavements bavo beca laid in many parts of the
city, thc roads havo been kept as far SB pos?
sible in order, and, although much remains
to bo done, no more c mid have been done with
the same amount of money. Tho cost cf thc
shell road, $15,473, is uot included in tho gene?
ral outlay on streets.
In conclusion, wc desiro to call attention to
the great chango which has takon place in (ho
standing and credit of tho city. During 18G7
the city was unablo to pay its current accounts
except in city bills. These were frequently re?
fused, and depreciated so rapidly that at one
time they could not be sold for more than sixty
five cents on the dollar. Thia kept thc city in
continual hot-water. Tho police, many of
thom, declined to accept this depreciated
money, and tho city waa with thc greatest diffi?
culty able to purchase tho supplies nci ded for
tho Orphan House and other city institutions.
Now there aro no city bills in circulation to any
extent, and these are worth from ninety-eight
cents to par. There is a large greenback balance
in tho treasury, and all bills due during tbo
year have boen promptly paid. These facts
show what has boon accomplished in one year.
They will convince any man that a wisc and
economical city gove; nm mt can raise Charles?
ton above all its difficulties, and sustain ils
credit and provid : for its debt without break?
ing down tho people with taxation. But at
this timo an ignorant, irresponsible and extra?
vagant administration would be nothing lees
than bankruptcy and ruin.
ITEOISTRATION.-Tho registration of Satur?
day caused no unusual excitement 111 our quiet
city. Several additional precincts had been
formed, and though a large number of persons
availed themselves of Ulis opportunity to add
their names to the list?, yet there was no con?
fusion or disorder, and no arrests were made.
Tho change in the products necessitated re?
registration iu some cases, but mitty of thc
names wero those that had not bc 11 enrolled
previously. In some of the precincts the man?
agers appeared to Lc doubtful what course to
pursue, and asked the applicants several use?
less questions. Major D. T. Cotbiu, Chairman
of the Board, has furnished tho malingers with
a list of questions that tv ill govern them 111 fu?
ture, and no oath is required unless tho mana?
gers should doubt thc statement of thc appli?
cant, when he will simply re-swear lo thc ti ut li
of his assertions. Sonic doubts have also ex?
isted regarding tho boundary lines of the pre?
cincts, und the following rulo will bo of assist?
ance: When a certain street divides two pre?
cincts, tho lino is in tho middle of lim street,
those living on thc north sido voting at a dif?
ferent polling place from those on tho t ?util.
Thc registration will be continued to-day and
to-morrow, tho polls being oponed front ei^ht
A. AI. to live P. iL
REGISTRATION RET TUNS FOR SATURDAY.
Ward 1-Polling place. City Hall.yy 33
Ward 2-Polling place, Courthouse.. Ai i 41
Ward 3-First precinct, Market Hall.. 2 2
Ward 3-Second precinct, Palmetto
Engino House.43 31
Ward 3-Third precinct, lutptcUou
ftreet 1 uguie House.120 ira
Watd 4-First precinct, Hope Eugine
House. 3 4
Ward 4-Second precinct, Stonewall
Eugine Hoiue.123 153
Wa-d i-Tbl rd precinct, Smith-st.
Eugine House. 34 GO
Ward 5-I irst precinct, Eagle Engin
House. S3 lld
Ward6-Second precinct, America
street, opposite South*'.. SO G2
Ward G-First precinct, Washington
Eugine House. 87 ICI
WarJ C-Sucutul precinct, Rutledge
direct leo Boase. oi>po*tta
liadcliffe-street. s'J 101
Ward 7-Pol iug place, Coluuibil---t.
Eugine House.HG is
Ward 8-Polling place Mari n En?
gine Huu.se.153 04
Total .1U12 1?41
Thc total number registered beforo thc lalo
election in thc different wards were ;:- follows, j
according to the official returns:
Ward 1-City Hall.484 ititi
Ward 2-Courthouse.470 US.I
Ward 3-Market Hall.5G4 4:E!
Ward 3-Palmetto Eugine House.2G2 2tU
Ward 4-Hope Engine House.?'J5 7t>8
Ward 4-stonewall Engine Hoitsu.421 G.8
Words 5 and 7-Eagle Engino Houso. .850 1047
Wards 6 and 8-Washington Eugiue
DOINGS IX TIES RADICAL CAMP.
THE NEW RADICAL WEEKLY AND ITS INCENDIA?
RY TUBE A TS-IMP0R TANT MEETING O? THE
CITY RADICALS-A HAPPY FAMILY- IMPORTANT
ANNOUNCEMENT IN EEO ARD TO MARSHAL EP?
PING-HE WANTS TO "FIGHT IT OUT ON THIS
LINE" UNTIL HE GETS IS CONGRESS.
Few of our readers, probably, arc aware of
thc existence of the new Radical weekly sheet
published in Charleston, called "The Soutb
Carolina Republican." It is somewhat more
pretentious than the negro papers or the same
ilk Which have preceded it, but differs but
little bom them in thc general style and spirit
with which it is conducted. In its third baue,
which appeared un Saturday, it says:
Wo receive the address of thc Democratic
Stat : Committee, in regard tu recent murders,
just as wo go to press. Otherwise we should
print it in our columns. Wu cordially com?
mend both its spirit and its language. Wo
heartily icspond to ihe invitation to unite with
Dem?crata to re; ress > iolttice. We pledge Re?
public na to do their utmost to promote poaca
and Rood will.
As a sample of the style in which this
"pledge" is to bc kept, we notice in tin same
issuo of tuc Republican the following editorial
paiagraph. Observe ' tts spirk aud lan?
The Torch.-Tho stables occupied by Mr.
Joseph Crews, at Laurens, have hecn burned.
It is behoved that the incendiaries arc known.
Thc gi II house ol Mr. Albert Dial, on thc same
promises, have also boen burned, with eleven
bales of cottun and other property. The offico
ul' the Camden Journal was destroyed by lito
on Monday night. Tho dwelling house and
barns of General Sam. McGowan, at Abbe?
ville, were sut on lire on Tuesday, abd, wo un?
derstand, totally consumed. The wife and
children ul ihe General were taken by strong
arms from the rfm.-o, au that they might not
be harmed. Iheqjtatr teas carefully planned
and sktljuUy execuU d. Un '1 liursday night a
carriage factory was fired and burned at Ab?
beville. Probably all these fires are thc xoork
of tuc:?diaries, who ure goaded to retaliation.
Again, alluding to thc reception of the news
of thc mur Jen of Nance and Randolph, it in?
dulges in such pleasant threats as these:
The iir.st thought was retaliation. Thc rifles,
muskets and (.thor weapons '.vere tchou down
and cleaned and loaded. They arc loaded still.
Many said: "Abbeville snail be a heap et ashes
drenched with blood." Calmer men said :
"Take no vengeance fur muiders already com?
mitted, but fte ready h neeforward io strike ter?
ribly in setf-deftnee.^ Holy upon the law and
thc officers to punish the villains who have
butchered Randolph and Nance, but let it bo
understood that th-te are the last murders
lehich toe ti;<t patiently enQtuv." There is now
little danger ot outbreak. Hut under thc spur
ufa single fresh murder, some might leap for?
ward io jv. ry tit ngcance.
THE HAPPY FAMILY.
From thc samo paper wc get thc fellowing
record ortho doing >f thc city Radicals, which
may iutcrcst some uf our readers :
Thc adjourned City Nominatina Convenliou
of Charleston reassembled on Thursday eve?
ning. Tho nomination of Hon. Gilbert Pills?
bury was reaffirmed by an uuanimous vole
amid hearty and prolonged cheers. A cjm
mitteo was appointed to wait un Hon. Mr.
Piilsbmy. Meanwhile eloquent and forcible
addresses were delivered by X. J. Mackey and
J. G. Mackey; John il. Morris, editor uf the
Republican, being present, was also called out
anti briefly addressed tho audience. Hon. Mr.
Pillsbury was gn clod on his arrival with iron
nine good will ai.d enthusiasm. He reacc pted
tho nomination in words uf eloquent and un?
affected gratification. He spoke resolutely of
hie duty and hopefully of the futuie peace and
prosperity of tho city. Ile renewed"his pledge
of und) ing devotion to Republican principles
and the Republican party. His remarks were
received with luu l applause.
After the nomination ol Mr. Pillsbury, Hon.
Joseph B. Junks aioso aud said : "Aber
mature consideration, I have decided to witli
ekaw from the contest for Congressional hon?
ors in this district. I do this under no
pledges lu or fiom any man. I To it simply
because I believe that til i harmony and wel?
fare ol' tho Republican parry ?ill thus be pro?
moted. For thc suecos of ibo Republican
party anti iis principles, lani always ready to
make any personal sacrifico. From tho begin
nmg of this contest I have acted for what 1
deemed bo good of tho party, as truly as I
now act and Miall alw.i\s act. I sincerely ?bank
my friends for tho cordial and him support
they have tendered to me."'
When Mr. Junks sat down his frionds ran to
bim, grasped his h.nuls, liked him on their
shoulders, thanked him and uproariously
cheered him. After order was rcs toi ed, Mr.
E. W. M. Mackey commended lion. Mr. Jen ks
for the honor und magnanimity he had dis?
played, and assured him that however numer?
ous Ins friends before he had increased the
number by his puriotic withdrawal. Ile him?
self was personally grateful to lum, and ho be?
lieved that every good Republican in the city
would be. Ile believed that now the Repub?
lican party could move on in harmony to com?
plote victory in ihe Presidential, the Congress?
ional and thc city elections. He concluded
w?ih moving a vote ot thanki to Mr. Jonks,
which was passed with a unanimous and tre?
MARSHAL EPPING STILL IN THE FIELD.
The Republican thinks that the press of busi?
ness bi thc United Staks Court indiates "de?
cided confidence in the United States Govern?
ment, the United States Court, and thc United
States Marshal, Attorney and Judgi. The faet
is that the business men and the community
at largo believe in tho dilled Slates.'' Else?
where it makes this important aniiouiic9mjut :
Wo arc reliably informed that Hon. J. P. Al.
Epping Un ted States Marshal for the District
ol' South Carolina, is a candidate for election
?s Congressman al large. .Messrs. Epping and
Jones were chosen ?it -hu last eh eliott and meir
credentials not acted en. Mr. lipping (leonis it
right and proper tba; tue same course bo pur?
sued until dolinite acti m betaken by Co:,gross.
v QUESTIONS ron MANAGERS.-Major D. T. Cor?
bin, Chairman uf the 15 urd ot Couunissioiiers
of Elections for this county, has furnished tho
following circular t > the managers at the differ?
ent precincts. As elsewhere stated, no other oath
is required than simply to swear to thc truth
uf the answer, and oui.? then it tho managers
choose tu require il :
To the Miinuyers of Election in Charitston
County, South < a roi ina:
Thu following question* should bo as'<ed of
voters, applicants r??r registration :
1. Arc \uu a citizen uf thc Uuited Slates, and
twenty-one years ??ld?
2. Have yon resided in too Stale siucothe
adoption uf thc const 11 ntion ?
3. Have von lesided in Hie county sixtv
.i. Do you rrsidc in Ibis precinct ?
If the applicant lor rem dation a 'swots
these tour questions in t tc affirmative, and tho
manag is bellew hun, bu should bo allowed tu
ive i ?toi.
Ry order ol'tho Rna.il ol Commissioners of
Elections for Charl sion Ounty.
D. I . O RUIN, CJiauman.
How PILLSBURY 'JKTS VOTES.-Il is reported
that, a day or luo ago, Ibo aiubu nus Gilbert,
iu thc course of a morning'* walk, extending
his peregrinaiio is lo iVasitiugton-strcct, e -
countered a body of workmen. Accosting the
men, be inquired : "Wba waves do yon got?"
They replie 1 "Seveiil -'ive cents :i day.*?
'"Gracious Heaven.-!"exe.aimed the would-be
Mayor, ''Do?a Mr. Oura a mau from the
North, compel von u w >rx f r such a pittauce
as tl at. when he kuows tii.it no lauerer at thc
North Will work for lc ?nan two dollars per
dr.? You ought, by ab me n , lo h ive at lea t
two dellars pe.- day a;id- V-ut sh'tll nave IWu
il ilia rs per dav W tun 1 ?nil M >r.'' U c?ur.,o
i-. is hkoly thal tho nu n ad iCSSCtl will vole I' i*
HO liberal a candi.uti-, hui wiil tho larj <;
majority at tho pei.pt who II ?VJ <? boar tuc
cost of hi-? lib raii y. . -to tor Ulta also?
Scarcely especially w i ii 'i.e.: know that most
ot these lab uer.-, arv ubic-bodied paupers, abo
had the choice ?f :'?>? >- i' ho poorhouse ur
working tor the eily -ii ? '.only-live cents pc.
ST. MICHAEL'S CHUB H.-Th i R v. Richard
Trapier, wno has sue o-.o he late Rev. P. T.
Keith, as rector ol old S.. aiichiQi's has as?
sumed thc pastoral charge ..f th it church, and
officiated for the first t.mc at diviuo service
Transactions of thc City Treasury for the Fiscal Tear ending 31st
Aiken Foundliug Hospital.
Colic c of Charleston.
( itv Court.
City Civil Engineer.
iEtna Firo Engine Company.
Charleston Fire Company of .> sonic:).
Phoenix Fire Engine C < ' pauy.
Washington I ire Engiue Company.
Young Ameriea Fire Engine Company.
Stoncwdl Fire Eniriui' Company.
Oas Eight Company.
High Sebo rt.
Interest 5 ? cr cent.
In erc't (? [irr ccut.
Interest on Bond?.
In ercst \ccnnnt.
Interest ou Fire Loan.
I?suc Certificates of I?d?bteanos9.
Issue City BiPa Bcdeemed.
Issue 5 per cent. Stock.
Issue G per cent. Stock of 18 C.
ls nie G percent. Stock ol 18C7.
Issue G per cent Stocv of 1SC8.
Issue G per cent. Stock Ttodeeimd.
i;? taii and Tavern.
Orphan House Fuuds.
SI reels- Paving.
st. Michael's Clock.
Clerk of Council.
Memphis and Charleston Bailroad Steck...
Taxes for 18G0.
Taxes f r 18(52.
Taxes lor 18(13.
Taxes for 18(14.
Taxes lor 18G5.
Taxes tor 1966.*.
Taxes for 1867 .
Tuxes for I ?ta.
White Point Garden.
2,303 28 .
412 50 .
" '350 24.
4,252 30 :
" " 2,???"?? '
1.040 00 :
118.510 00 (
7 484 93 j
?08?645' 77 I
58,332 28 ?
512 73 i
1,010 07 ;
S53 80 !
17,414 25 1
179,412 19 ,
Miscellaneous Accounts for LS67.
Miscellaneous Accounts tor 18i!8.
Ca>h for 18P7.
Cash for 1869.
35,015 27 i
S 591 13 ?
SS.089 29 j
6 00 '
3.8S3 91 .
20,905 64 !
3.726 8.1 ,
1,154 20 i
29.587 IC :
5.408 50 ,
' 40, ?87 ' 17
28,446 33 I
8,698 9fi ,
9,853 79 '
850 01 i
7.187 08 i
8.080 41 j
11.108 40 1
1-7.147 94 !
48,600 18 ;
' 54,333 90
15.743 25 :
955 52 .
1,900 35 ?
2,024 46 <
13,133 17 ;
! e:,7i3 54
Amount of Receipts, Miscellaneous Ac?
counts and Cash tor 1907.
Amount nf Expenditure.*, Miscellaneous Ac?
counts and Cash for lt 69.
1,070,081 35 , 1,048,397 34
393 75 .
412 50 1
13,877 Ol ;
2,000 00 ;
43,004 00 i
118,510 00 .
280 00 ;
S 591 13
"l? 687 17
' T.783 69
15 743 25
? 3,132 17
$1,992,072 38 ; $1,992,072 38
H ll. OLNEY, Chairman Conimitt .0 on Accounts.
GEO. W.CLAUK, Mayor.
October 15. 1808.
S. THOMAS, City Troa jurer.
Ledger Balances, 1st September, 1868.
Blue Ridge Railroad.
Wilmington and Manchester Railroad
f'hera** and Darlington Railroad_:
Memphis ami marleston Railroad...
Charleston and Savannah Railroad...'
Bonds lb c. ivablo.'
Bentham, F. O.:
Commissioners Geni Sinking Fund..
Collins. P. .
Charleston Library Society.
Charleston Firo Company ot Axemen
Edwards. J. F.'
Office s Fourth brigade.
Gadsde :. T. N.
Johnson, Ent.ro H.
Interest on lire Loan.
Jones, thomas S.
Issue City Bills, Expet.se Acouut...
Issuo t itv Lil's. Et deemed.,.j
Miscally, Urs Jane.
Phco .ix lire Engine Company.
Northeastern Railroad Bonds.<
Seymour, R. W.
Sprait, L. W.I
Turnbull. Elliott B.j
Washington Firu Englue Company...!
Wilson, Mrs. S. F. s.'.I
Young Amorlca Fire Engine Comp.inj j
$1,049,000 00 > Brcck Estate.:
343 391 50. : Issu? Old City Bills.
525 I 0 ; j Issue New City Bills.I
100,000 00 1 Issue Ccrtiuootcsof 1> debtedness... .1
148,75 ) 00 Issue City Six Per Cent. Stock of 1845
265,400 00; ! IssueCity SixPer Cent Steck of Juno,1
29,320 ( 0! 1948.j
1,075 ro ! i Issue C ty six Per Cent. Stock ot Oe-:
125 751 toner, 1848.
2 2?J.095 41 ! ! Issuo City Six Per Cent. Steck of De-:
893,133 48; comber, 1848.
509 00 Issue City Six Per Cent Stock of
30 75! March, 1850..
17.50U 00 ; i Issuo City Mx Per Cent Sto.k of AU
1.500 00'! gust. 1850.;
2o6 25 j ' IsBtie City Six Per Cent. Stock of 1831
121 80: ! Iisue C ty Six Per Cent. Stock or 1852
7 510 001 ! issue City Six Per Cent, .stock of 1833
200 0(111 Issuo City Mx Por ( eut. stock ol 1854
H'5 221 Issue City Six Per Cent. Stock of 1855
458 701 Lssue City Six Per Cent. Hock ol 1956
150 OG Issue City Six Per Cent. Stock of] 857
3 92 ! tissue City Six Per Cent. Stock of 1860
278 00 j Is sue City six Per Cent. Stock of?
105 Dir I Julv, 1807. I
52,336 90:1 Is u? City Six Per Cent. Stock of Oc-j
76,683 49! ? tober, 1867.
800 00 ! Issue City Six Per Cent, stock of 19U8
600 00 Issue Five Por Cent. College.
GO 00 Issue Five Per Cent. High School_
11,108 40 Issue Six Percent. Bonds, October,
300 25 j 1833.*
100 0.): Irsuc Six Per Cent. Bonds, January,
26,000 00! 1854.
900 00 I Miscellaneous Accounts.
700 00 ! Notes Payable.
234 40 i
251 00 ! I
361 st i
745 00' ?
81,713 64 i
S 576 75
. 2,793 53
183 672 00
10 000 OD
S. THOMAS, Cit; Treasurer.
H. B. OLNEY, Chairman Committee on Accounts.
GEO W. CLARK, Mayor.
CV- <nher 15. 18i38.
T. nz FOLLOWING resillen ls of Ward No. G aro
requested lo call at my office for naturalization j
pap. re: J. Besar, S. Broira, C. Pass, H. (loot- !
gou, H. Meyer, A. H. Shumnkcr, James Stcni
nicrtnann, b'. Ztckariaa, Chrijtian Walter, Wil?
liam Sei,;imir, Marun >!iultz .. H. Rasibrook,
D. O'lirian, J. C. Olnick, A. Nordhunsiu, H. W.
Kreil.1, Adam Ho!nb, I. P. Forreston, II. Cul i
net. Herman B uir, A. DJSS, D. Ilass, Max
Lev}-, William Colcbiooko, i'imotby Naman,
JobnO'Brian, D.H. B.ruell, Eintest Hiscn
bnttlc, li. Darlington, Fred. Graber, G. Gi li?
ber. James Kenny, William Morrissey, II. Ma
gonboiT, William O'Biian, A. Keegan, Claus
Weis. A. A. Waterman, C. F. Lain, W. V. Pad
den. John O'Day, Louis Weil eel, Carl Weitsel.
Also those residents of Ward No. 7 who havo ?
nol yet received their citizen papers.
W..I. TENNER f,
No. '2U Law Ringo, B.oad-stroet.
i ? i rs i iv hiss N OTK; KS.
CHRISTMAS is not so very far oft, and thc
little ones, BIM! some of thc big ones too, who h ive a
?wee! tu .lb, will he elad to ?mow where the mest do- i
Ucioas cami en, the ire-lie t cskes, anil the nicest ;
pies are always to bc hau iii thc groat*.1*! quantity
for lbs least moucy. Flcmng's Slcam Candy Foo*
tory ih thc place. Jnst give ii a trial-ei her al the
'aciory lu King-street, ubovs Liberty, or at thc
brauch, comer of Klug ami Ann streets.
To RENT.-An eligible house, corner Went?
worth a d St Philip slroets; alsj. No. ll St. Phihp
..;:.> el. .-ce adver;ist"iient.
B. Scnuc-At the cigar stand in the lobby
ot th.' Chirlcston Hotel, TUE DAILY NEWS is kept
CnoiCE GnECN ANM ?T.ACK TiAS, OHO dollar j
per pound, at V?tUon*< -rro.-e.ry. su.rJiea-tt comer
sooley .uni Ai. .:i ftrcels. Good* delivered ircc
N o TICE .?
T. C A M V ll E L L
lia? jus, received a mil supply or
Ora <:?, Frailera, feilte?, ?lj'.vtrs. fcc, at No. 1!G
:,;or.ii;g.ai:. ot, which he will furui.-h lo housekeepers j
sf i o ?erot'-Ta'? . Al-o, Uuallnj;, Parlor ami Cooking ?
j M -Vas
<J.I.' flives repaired.' fmw3 October 23
ir vu.. v. a..I ;Itcap V.ixtik Dooks;
Ii yo i wa' c'.ieiX' HUtioncry, Envelopes, Paper,
V -, ; o;* a. i,l ttjiauic;
!l you %ut Pi'butiis e>oeutod neatly;
li y?ni .rf., i b.H>j. ho KUI] iu any style, or Account
Dookd made io order, with any desired pattorn ol
nl.'n;, ga to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 59 Broad
Tribute of Itcspcct.
At an extra matting of Niagara Fire Engine
Company, No. 8, belt! at their Hall, Sires-street, on
Th irsday evening, October 22, tho following Prc
amb'c and Resolutions were ad >pted :
Whereat, It has pleased Almighty Gad, itt his all"
wis? providence, to call from anting us our late
brother Fireman. JULIO t CHUM; that while we
bow fubmb-sivdy to the diane decree which has
summum d him above, truly life is but a walking
shadow, in the midst pf which vie are even in
Niagara's, your long cherished brother member is
gone. That member, that friend, is now silent in
death. Ho was a yo'in,' man, pitted wi*h many
amiable q lalilies, honest in his dealings t-inci.ro in
his friendship, and affible iu his mann TS. His
mortal career has been arrested. The curtaiu ol" life
has been drawn aside, and be is no more, lie paid
the last debt tn nature on Sunday evening, Septem?
ber 27, ISOS. and nts .-out was wat:ed to that power
from wbenco it received its derivation. May the
all* tiona of this Company prove a Lsting monu?
ment to his mein My.
He's gone; our corara le's soul is gone
Triumphant to his home above.
Such ts our telling at the demise of our late
Brother Fireman. Dc was ever ready and willing to
discharge the duties tint were involved upon him
for the benefit of this Company. Therefore, bc it
Rejoiced, That in the death of our late I'rmh.r
Fireman. JuLifs Ci'.Olt, this Company bas lott a
worthy, and cue ofu* m >st n ?nil members.
Revdr'd. That wc tender to his family ..ur sincere
sympathy >n heir affliction, anti offer to them our
ci? (loi-ncc iu their sad bereavement.
Uc-iolee-l, that we .lo wear the usual badge of
liiour iugon our ne u parade.
Rctolvcd. That a copy nf thesa Trcamble and Ro=o
Inti ms I-e sent to thu family ol thc cl-cease 1, and
that a paso in our Minute Boo:< b ? suitably lu^crio
e I tn his memory, and that they be published itt the
CIIAIILESXOX DAILY NEWS.
Extract tVoni the minutes,
JOIEs M. HOLLOWAV,
* Secretary N. F. E. i 'o., No. 8.
KO. Il . HU?FUC Iv,
r A C T 0 R
C OM MISSION TI ER CH A N T ,
Charleston, S. C.
P. ?\D.-D?:;.- II.'.stLx. timos September 21
JCTUltTH, STEELE ? WAUBEI.L,
WHOLESALE PEALERS IX
FANCY O O O 1) -a ,
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, t CILERY,
HOSIERY, F?HNJBHING GOODS,
Will t l- C.OOL-S, EMBUOIDERV, ic, tc,
i\o. 1G7 Wcctlng-strcct,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
J. B. STEELE. C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, Jn. New York.
September IS 3mos
Cloths, Cashmeres, Woollens, ?>u?i/>cta, Blan?
kets, fe., ic.
CAMPBELL. KNOX & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, at their afore. Ko. C5 Hasol
BEAVER CLOTns, Cs^imeres, Woollens. Vest?
ings, Satinets, J- ans, Plakl Dress Goods. Alpacas,
Flannels, Giughanis, Ob eck?, Linens, lowell), Un?
dershirts and Drawers.Woollen and Cotton no?e and
Halt'Hose, Hdkfs., Hcop Skirts, White and Gray Cor?
sets, Thread, Suspenders, &c.
Balance of a BE TAIL OBY GOODS STORE.
Molosses ! Molasses !
F. P. RAIA*, Auctioneer.
On WEDNESDAY next, 28th instant, at ll o'clock A.
M., will be sold in Kerr's whan stores,
25 hl.ds. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
130 bhds. Sweet Cuba Molas-es
200 bbls. Sweet Cuba Molasses.
Conditions at eale._October 2G
SALE AT AUCTION.
WM. McKAY, Auctioneer.
To be sold at Public Auction, at No. 1 George-strcet,
on THURSDAY, Oc'ober 29tb, 1868, at 10 o'clock,
The ci Ure stock of VALUABLE FURNIJUBE or a
Jamill declining housekeeping.
CONSISTING TS PA BT AS FOLLOWS:
PARLOR FUUNII URE and Brussels Carpet
Bedroom Furniture a:id English Carpet
Dining-room Furniture, complete
Crockery. Cutlery, Silver and Glassware
Bedding, Shades, Lace Curtains, Cornices. Arc.
Cooking stove and Dining-room stove, with pipes
and fixtures comp'c.e.
Terms cash, and removal to take place immediately
alter salo, as tho lease expires. 7 October 22
Beal and Personal Bs tale and Motel Furni?
On TUESDAY, first December next, at 12 o'clock,
before tho Old Postofflco, Broad-street, Charitston,
S. C., will bo sold by thc Assignee of Joseph Pur
coll, Bankrupt, al public auction,
THE FOLLU WISO VALUABLE REAL ESTATE:
All that ono undivided half ('j; interest ba the
MILLS HOUSE HOTEL, on smthwost corner of
Meeting and Queen streets, containing, on Meeting
strect, 8 ) feet, and also on tbe lands of estates of
Mixer and Enston 31 feet 8 inches, and also on tho
lands of the estates of Mixer and Enston 18 feet 2
iuches making in all on thc cast line 129 leet 10 inches, -
more or los j; north on Queen-stiret 273 leet 1 inches,
moro or less; south on tand-> of Hibernian Society 8J
feet, also ou laud of estate ot Daniel Mixer and Wm.
Enstoj 117 feet 8 Inches, and 22 feet 4 inches, also on
lands Soc ety of Friends ll feet, in all on south lino
270 foot, mor- or le?s; west on land of Society of
Friends ll feet 8 Inches, ?IBO on laud now, or late of.
James S. Watson 97 feat, in all o a west linos of 111
foot 8 biches, more or l?ss, which said promises are
delineated and appo ir, by a plat of the same made by
Paul Derc, Civil Engineer, and dated April IS, 1803.
One-fourth (l-ith) undividod interest in the
WOODEN HOUSE AND LUT on MecUng-strcet, next
south of Mills House, containing on Meeting-street
31 'cot 8 Inches, and in depth 117 toot 8 inches, more
or les, having such diuvasious as will appear upon
Ooe undivided half interest in tho BRICK HOUSE
AND LOT on Meeting-street, next south ot the
above, coutainiug on Mejting-street 18 feot 2 inches,
sad in rf epth 14U feet, moro or loss, having such db
mensions as will appear upon above mentioned plat,
At Mills House Hotel, on WEDNESDAY, eorond
December next, at 10 o'clock A. M., and there con?
tinuing from day today until the property shall be
All the FURNITURE of the Mills House Hotel,
Tarlor. Chamber, Diuing Boom and KITCHEN
F L'UNI i rBE, all iu perfect order and latest styles,
complete for tho equ'pmcnt of a firsi-cla^s hotel.
Terms-Tt.o real ostatc will he Bold for ouu-third
cash, the balance payable bi one and two veiw, in?
terest payable annually, secured by bond and mort?
gage of thc property, which :s to be insured, and the
policy to bc assigned. Purchasers to pay for stamps,
The Furniture will be soid jul rash, to be delivered
on day of sale. E. W. MAR-HALL,
Assignee of tho Estate Jeseph Purcell.
O? tober 2C m wi
By virtue of a writ of Fiori Facias to me directed
and delivered, will bo sold, on MONODY, the 2d
day ot Novotnb.ir next, in front of Backmau's
Store, in the town of McClcllanviUc, S. C.,
A LOT OF CATTLE, levied on aol to be sold aa
the property of Thomas B. and L. A. Westbury,
at tho suit of Archibald J. McClellan.
Terms cash. E W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
October 19 m3
By virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias, to in directed
aud delivered, will bo sold, at theuoi.;.p-.st corner
of th . Courthouse, between ll o'clck A. M., and
3 o'clock P. M., on MONDAY, the 2d day of No?
All the right, lille and interot pf tho defendant bi
a LOT OF LAND, with the buildings and improve?
ments 'hereon, situate on Beuiett-strcet, in the
town of Mount Ploa?aut. sdi Lot measuring 107 feet
fr.nt by 125 in depth, bo tho samo more orlcss.
Levied on and to bc sold as tho property of W. T.
Pearce at Ihe suit of D. H. Bequest.
At tho same tims and place,
All thc right title and Interest of thc defendant iu
all that J.OT OF LAND, wirh tho two-and-a-half
st >ry prck Building and other improvements there?
on, sitaste ou the wo?t side of L'mehouse-street,
and known as No. 7.
Lovi :? on and to bo sold as tho proporty of James
H. Add son at the suit ot thc Peoples' National Bank.
.it the same timo and place,
Ad that LOT OF LAND, with the Factory and
other bull lings thcroon, knovu as thc* Buildings of
tho Charleston Bubber Company, cl tua te ai Bikers
ville. Also, in thc auovo mentioned Building, at Hi?
ker* ville, will be sold, tie- folio? lng ar.icles: 1 ^team
Stationary Engine, 2 Boilers, 1 Heater, 39 Moulds, 5
Grinders, 2 R diere, und othor articles.
Levied .'ii and to bo sold ss the property of tba
Charleston Imbi er Company at thc cuits of John W.
Eastcrby and J liornas J. Knau?1'.
At tho .-ame timo and place.
All tho ri ?ht, tide and interest of the defendant in
one BAY HOBS?.
Levied ou and to be sold as thc property of Mead
tc Smith at Ibo suit of Merritt P. Picnett.
Terni* cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
October 12 ml Sheriff C. C.fl
UNDER DEC KKK IN EQUITY.
Mouzon vs. Cunningham
Will ho sold, under thc direction of tbonrdorsigoed,
at the O d Customhouse, on TUESDAY, Novem?
ber 17, next, at ll A. M.
ALL THAT LOT (JF LAND, with tho Buildings
thereon, situate on thc north Hide ot BeiuXiia
street, ia this city, measuring iu front on said t-treet
thirty-five (361 feet, miro or loss, and iu depth two
hundred (200) iee., more or Uss. Hounding south
ou Bcauti.iu-treet, west oa lauds ol Wm. Ci033 and
Rebecca Folker, north in lands of Solomon Moses
and J. R. Poiusett, and casi: on land of Andrew Cuu
Terms-Ono-'hit J cash: lalanc; in three equal
successive annual Instalments, secured by bonds and
mortgage ol th - premises, w.th iiitcre-t f.om day of
sa'e, payable sjuii-annually. Tb'; huiidhig to be In?
sured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay lor
papers and stamps. J. W.GRAY.
Uctober2G mltul Master in Equity.
I NDER DECREE I\ EQUITY.
Waring el al. Ex'ors Perry, vs. Tucker.
On TUESDAY, 27ih instant, at it o'clock, will be
sold at thc OUt Customhouse,
All that PLAN I AITON OK Tit ACT OP LAND in
St Pauls Parish, Col Ie ton District, cou taming 539
acres, and l aving such shape, lines, meas,iremeuta
and boundaries as ave sel forth in a plai ot th? same
attached to a trruut ol' the same land Iront Wm. Aiken,
Governor of ibo State of So.ith Carolina, to Colonel
B ujiiiuiu P rry, whi h grant and plat are on re "ord
:u the attlee of the scereury of state at Charleston,
li >ok P, Na G, page 225.
Terms-One-third cash: balance by houd of the
purchaser, payable ki two equal annual Instalments,
with intei'^t payable annual,y, secure I by mortgage
ol the premises. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. J W. (?RAY,
O.-tober 5 m3 lui Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IS EQUITY.
Greyg vs Horlhck, Trustee, et al.
On TUESDAY. 17ih November, :>t ll o'clock, will be
sold at t!ie Old i.'us omhou-e.
All that LO:- OF LAND, with the BUILDING?
thereon, situate on Mill-3trepl. .m l mia< iring on
the uiuih ou M L-stree 110 feet 1 inches, ou the west
on laud now or late ol GibilauJ, form irly of Gr gtf,
09 feel G inches, on the south o:i land of nose, 10 loot
C inches, on the ea-t on lani of Ostorholti, 99 f et 4
mellis. Bounded by thc felic-s as they now-tani.
Terms-Ou -third cash; bilaace ii: ono and two
year.-, wi'b Interest norn day ol sa'.-, payable an?
imally. The credit ponton to be ?cenr.-d by bond of
the pureba--r m.d mortgage of tho ure ai hie*. Thc
buildings to belnauiedaud the lilley assigned to
tho Master, Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. W. GRAY.
October 5 rn!t i2 Mahler in Equity.
/ \ T T U S O N N T A O ,
DYER AND SCOURER,
No. 1-11 MorkCt-AtPCet, between Kins
anti Archdale streets.
G. n's' foals Vests and Pants CLEANED, DYED
au.ll'B'.s KL. !<K . ULAR SCOUUING LONE.
Beware ol I'ai'or-spongtLg.
Kept; in uer 2-3 _fmw2m03
/"I J. SCHLBPEOKEldL,
Bo. 37 LINF-STBEET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVER ? Il ESC. LP IT ON ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME aud PLASTER?
ING LATH0, PAINTS.OILS.GLASSE?, SHINGLES;
also. eiRCOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, kc, con
stantly ca hand tt the lowest market prices.
Sepiouber 12 mthslyr