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SEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LI;T OF LETTERS REMAIN
.ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES IMS BAY.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
.at their auction house, No. 55 Hasel-street,
boots, shoes and dry gooda.
JzeFORDS & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at No.
442 Kins: -street, contents of a grocery ?tore.
K. IL MABSHALL & BROTHER will seil at
half-past 10 o'clock, at their office, Bro.;d
-street, furniture, horses, mules, ?fcc.
F. P. SALAS will sell at ll o'clock, in
Kerr's wharf store, a large invoice of Cuba mo?
N. HUNT & SON will sell, at 10 o'clock, at
their salesroom, Meeting-street, boots, shoes,
ALL ELECTION NOTICES, Nominations of Can?
didates and Election Cards, intended for publi?
cation in THE NEWS, mnst invariably be paid
for in advance. Our friends, therefore, who
have sent advertisements of this character
unaccompanied by the cash, will understand
.why they have not been published.
ATTENTION! MACHINISTS.-A notice will be
found in our advertising .columns, under the
head of "Wants," which is worthy of attention.
PRUSSIAN EMIGRANTS.-A Washington tele?
gram says: "The Prussian Location here is
engaged in making arrangements with the
General Government, and with some of the
Boat hern and Western States, regarding emi?
grants from that country. A treaty is propos?
ed as the basis." -.. >_
THROWING STONES.-Thomas Williams and
Wm. Watts, two colored boys, were arrested
yesterday for throwing stones at the street cars
in Wentworth-street. They will be before the
Mayor this morning, and will doubtless be
made to exercise themselves breaking stones
in the House of Correction.
ATTENTION, DEMOCRATS.-The different Dem?
ocratic Ward Clubs hold their weekly meetings
to-night, when they will be called upon to con?
sider the action of the CentrafClub, and also
that of the Working Committees. The ques?
tions to be discussed are those that affect the
whole community, and a full and punctual
attendance is earnestly requested.
i ASSOCIATE JUSTICE H?GE-It will be seen
by reference to onr telegraphic columns, that
the real cause of the hegira of Associate Ju
tice H?ge is his fear of the negroes, who have
been exasperated by his declaration, that be
would like to have them all in a ten acre lot,
and torn his old regiment loose to massacre
them. _ 4 .
.RUNAWAY.-The music of Skiff & Galord's
Minstrel Troupe-, at the Pavilion Hotel, fright?
ened a horse attached to a furniture cart yes?
terday afternoon, and bc started at a rapid
rate. His driver WAS soon thrown off, and fell
upon the stones, stunning him slightly. His
vitality was soon restored, and the runaway
horse having stopped, he went on his way re?
A FOWL DEED.-Hannah Holmes, a denizen
of Elliott-street, captured a fowl belonging
to Bina Givens, ono of her neighbors. Bina
raised the hue and cry, and the pair were
taken to the guardhouse, each accompanied
by a dozen witnesses ready to swear to the
ownerehip of tho bird. Mayor Clark will act
as umpire thia morning.
BEAL ESTATE SAUL-Messrs. Leitch & Bruns
.?old yesterday, for J. W. Gray, Master in Equi?
ty, a lot, with the dwelling house and out>
buii.iinss thereon, situated on the west side of
. Smith-3tieet, the lot measuring one hundred
.and forty-seven feet front by two hundred feet
(deep for $9359, one-third cash, the balance in
. one, two and three years.
THE BANS OF THE STATE.-The hearing of j
'the mmdanx'is in this case was postponed un?
til 10 o'clock this morning, when it will be had
"before Justice Willard, at Chambers. Major
D. T Corbin, andD. H. Chamberlain Esq., the
Attorney G ?rn eral, appear for the State; 1. W.
Hiyne and J. B. Campbell, Esqs., for Baring
Brothers of England, and the loreign holders
of the Fire Loan Bonds, and the Bank; T. Y.
Simons, Esq., for the holders of the Fire Loan
Bonds in this country, and Messrs. Magrath &
Lowndes jor the bill holders. The case is one
of great importance, touching vital inter' its
that will affect many persons in the commu?
THE BURNS' CH HABITABLE ASSOCIATION.-A
number of adopted citizens from the "Land o'
Cakes" met at the Merchants' Hotel Mcnday
to reorganize the Burua' Cbaritab'e Associa?
tion, which had boen broken up during the
war. Several of the survivors wes present,
and around this nucleus clustered a number of
the rising generation, over forty names being
added to the rolL No officers were elected,
-but an adjourned meeting will soon be held at
which the organization will be perfected. Ai'
ter the meeting had adjourned a veritable
piper and bagpipes were procured, and
.*'Scots wha hae," and other stirring tunes
sounded shrilly on the midnight air.
.HOTEL ARRIVALS-October 27.-Cltarkslon
Hotel-A. Brandt, Augusta; J. H. Buckhalter,
Williston; Jas. O. Moore, Augusta; Jesse D.
Horsey, steamer Falcon; Miss Dora Fleming,
Fla.; W. H. Whitlock, Columbia; W. C. Coch?
rane, N. Y.; J. O. Woodruff, Auburn, N. T.; A.
M. Latham, Summerville; H. H. Farenleelz
and wife, N. Y.; J. J. Gregg and wife, Granite
ville; Wm. B. Greenfield, Columbia; Jno. B.
Cole, Hon. Wm. Leggitt Whiting and Hon. E.
J. Maxwell Brooklyn; Jno. N. Sleddon, Liver?
pool; J. B. Wilson, U. S. A.; E. C. Williams,
city; H. E. Ogburn, Lt. Jas. Sauter, S. J. Gus?
ten, Macon, Ga.; B. F. Alford, city.
Pavilion Hotel.-L. E. Cooner,J3ranchville;
Bobt. Hamilton, Columbi::; J. H. Harrin,
Clarendon; Jno. Hassell and wife, Miss K. T.
Hassell, Newark, N. J.; Jno. J. Hassell, N. Y.;
S. Porcher, 8?nth Santee; B. G. Benbow,
.Clarendon; Peter K. Coburn, Summerville;
Miss Mary Ann Bise, Edgefield; Jas. G. Foster,
THE FOLLOWTNO residents of Ward No. 6 are
requested to call at my office for naturalization
papers: J. Beshr, S. Brown. ,C. Pass, H. Goet
gen, H. Meyer, A. H. Sbumaker, James Steni
mermann, S. Zickarias, Christian Walter, Wil?
liam Seigling, Martin shultzp, H. Eastbrook,
D. O'Brian, J. C. Olnick, A. Nordhausin, H. W.
Ereile, Adam Holub, T. P. Forreston, H. Col i
ner, Herman Baur, A. Dass, D. Hass. Mas
Levy, William Colobiooke, Timothy Numan,
John O'Brian, D. H. Barueh, Earnest Hisen
buttlo, H. Darlington, Fred. Gruber, G. Gru?
ber, James Kenny, William Morriseey, H. Ma
genhoff, William O'Brian, A. Keegan, Claus
Weis, A. A. Waterman, C. F. Lubs, W. F. Pad
deD, John ODay, Louis Weitsel, Carl Weitsel.
Also those residents of Ward No. 7 who havo
not yet received their citizen papers.
No. 20 Law Bange, Broad-street.
j STREET LIFE-A SKIRMISH .uro >sa THE Chu""
POMEBS.- The huge pile of broi'en crockery
and other rubbish that has been tim ,TO out ci
tha Sheppard building, on Mcotii. "S-stieot,
attracted the attention of the chiffouie. "3> ana
was charged yesterday by a gang of these
characters. The old women led the yan, an<^
their hooks were soon busy raking up tho heak"?
while they transferred the treasure trove to
their bags. The cid maumas were, however,
not suffered to remain long in quiet possession;
the ragged infantry became bo'.dei, and finally
snatched the choicest bits. This was too
aggravating, and the women's rights doctrine
was asserted. At first it was a war of words,
but soon carno to a more forcible argument,
and thc infantry were compelled to fly irom
the great guns of the profession and content
themselves with the leavings. Tho contest
was short and decisive, and did not attatct
much attention, though the clamor and thc
billingsgate could bo beard above thc usual
SHFT& GAYLORD'S MINSTBELS.-Tho Theatre
was crammed last night; scarcely a seat was
vacant and many were compelled to stand. Tho
fame of the troupe had preceded them, and
every one was anxious to see and hear and en?
joy a hearty laugh. The company is perfect in
every detail, an 1 the fund of amusement that
is famished is all that could be desired. The
principle features la3t night were the great
song and dance of McKee. The dancing was the
essence ot originality and brought down the
house. The Hindoo mysteries were an amusing
burlesque on tho feats of legerdemain practiced
by the magicians. The clog dance could not bo
excelled, as tho actors moved and acted in uni?
son, producing a bewildering effect. Master
Willie Gaylord is, however, the greatest won?
der of the troupe. He ?sonly abont twelve or
fourteen years of age, aud his limbs are sup?
ple as India rubber. They can be bent in any
direction. His feats are wonderful and aro
alone worth a visit. After thc Surprise Party,
a most amusing pantomime, Professor Schaf
ner introduced his celebrated dissolving views,
which closed the entertaiumont. The per?
formances are free from everything that could
displease the most fastidious, and it is useless
to attempt to control the risibles whdo the act?
ing is progressing.
BEOISTBATIOX.-Although it was well known
that yesterday was the last day for thc regis?
tration of votera for the Presidential electors,
yet there was no crowd at the polls and no ex?
citement. The largest number were register?
ed at Ward 8, as that embraced all tho territo?
ry to the Six-mile House. Several colored boys
under twenty-one attempted to register, but
were promptly refused by the managers, and
doubt tal cases were accepted until proof waa
furnished of their age. Below we give the re?
turns for yesterday, and the total for the three
days. The Agares have been furnished each
day by the managers and are correct :
YESTERDAY. TUBEE DAYS
Whites. Cal'd. Whites Cold.
Wurdi. 69 GC 166 1C9
W?rd 2.,. 38 62 171 231
WardS-1st precinct., ll 7 34 17
Ward 3-2d precinct... 60 33 195 lit
Wsrd 3-3d precinct... 127 137 382 482
Ward 4-1st precinct.. 93 132 244 318
Ward4-2d precinct... 139 122 512 630
Ward 4-3d precinct... 42 79 171 825
WardS-1st precinct.. 65 122 216 48')
Ward5-2d precinct... 68 67 191 283
WardC-1st precinct.. 75 121 272 643
Ward 6-2d precinct... 70 93 286 413
Ward 7 . 89 40 386 207
Ward 8. 175 450 611 1039
1091 1520 3757 C258
SOUTH CAROLINA BAILBOAD COMPANY vs.
COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA BAILBOAD COMPANY.
A motion was made before Jus tic J Willard, a
few days ago, on behalf of the South Carolina
Railroad Company for a temporary injunction
against the Augusta and Columbia Railroad
Company, to prevent the latter company from
interfering with the roadbed and track of the
former company, it being alleged, and the alle?
gation supported by affidavits, thal there was
danger of euch interference. Justice Willard
ordered that a nile should issue against the
Columbia and Angosta Railroad Company to
show causo why the injunction should not bo
granted. Yesterday the Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company appeared by their solicitor,
and objected to the jurisdiction of the court,
and also asked time to prepare an argument on
the merits. By consent time was granted till
Friday next, and the Augusta and Columbia
Railroad Company agreed to instruct their en?
gineer by telegraph not to prosecute any work
on their road which would interfere with the
running of the South Caroliua Railroad trains,
or encroach ia the slightest degree on their
track or roadbed. The Sooth Carolina Bail
road Company was represented by Messrs. Ma?
grath and Conner, and the Columbia and Au?
gusta Railroad Company by Mr. C. D. Melton.
NORTHERN CAPITAL rx THE PRES EXT AND FU?
TURE.-We publish below a private letter from
Judge Force, of Cincinnati, to Governor Scott,
on the subject of the Blue Ridge Railroad, for
the purpose especially of. calling attontion to
his statement of the reasons why Northern
capitalists are indisposed to make investments
in the South. Tho ''turbulent feeling" of which
Judge Foi ce speaks is not as general as ho has
been led to believe, and with the close of the
Presidential canvass will nearly, if not wholly,
disappear. We know the necessity of develop?
ing the re80urcea of thc country, and thc time
which bas of late been given to pure politics
will, in the future, be mainly devoted to the
consideration of the be9t meaus of increasing
the quantity and value of our produce, o' build?
ing mills and factories, and widening and deep?
ening the ordinary channels of trade. The
people of thc South are growing more practical
every day, and it will not take long to convince
our friends in the West that peace and securi?
ty, and the toleration of adverse opinions, aro
as general here as in the Stales of the West and
CINCTXNATT, October 3, 1308.
Hear Friend : Before recaiving vcur letter
about the Blue Bidge Bailroad, I had written
to Mr. Harrison about my ill-success in seeing
bankers as to the prospect of disposing of its
bonds or stock here. They say, as is true,
that NewYbrk is the market "for securities, and
Dersous here who deal in stocks do so chiefly
by making purchases or sales in Now York by
letter or telegraph.
Since then I have seen some business men of
large capital, or rather men retired from busi?
ness, whom I know well. They, do not feel in?
clined now to make investments in the South.
Ihe turbulent feeling lhere does not invite in?
vestments. Capital is a tender plant that roots
in undisturbed soil. They wish to see the peo?
ple more inclined to develops the resources of
the country, more inclined to work, and less
absorbed in violent agitations. They do not
look favorably on a region where immigrant i
are threatened with death or banishment for
mere opinion sake. This banishing ot people
beca ase they do not conform their opinions to
a certain standard, seems childish to business
men, and seems to indicate a condition of peo?
ple who arc not to be entrusted with large bu?
1 repeat, without reserve, tho viov that bu?
8incss|meii take of the current vein of South
em feeling aa indicated by the leading news?
papers and the speeches of their leading nun.
'Tho election of Grant. I hope, will introduce
a change. We look to that to bring about
peace, order, moderatiou, acquiescence in law,
and, consequently, increased attention to in?
dustrial pnrsuits.oud, hence, prosperity.
I want to see vom railroad built. I should
like much to see it completed throutrh your
instrumcntal't.y. \Yheu you come on [ shall
try what I can to forward'vour wishes.
Very truly, * BL F. FORCE.
NOMINATION IN MAELBOBO'.-At a meeting of
the Marlboro' Democracy, held at Beuuotts
ville on Monday, Judge T. W. Allen was unani?
mously nominated as a candidate for the Legis?
lature to fill the vacancy occasioned by the re?
signation of T. P. Stubbs.
MEETING OF DEMOCBATIO CLUB OF WABD 8.
This c'ub held an extra meeting on Monday
night, at which somo sixty or seventy were
present, who represented that portion of tho
ward opposed to the action ot the Central
Democratic Club. In consequence of some re?
marks that had been made by a few of tho
members regarding tho COUTPC pursued hy him
in the Central Club, the president, Mr. John
Hanckel, ten ered his resignation both of that
0L"*ice and as a member ot the Central Club.
Thib wa8 accepted, together with that of the
recor?JnS secretary, Mr. W. Walter Riley. Mr.
J. C. BL^*^ one ?f thc vice-presidents, was
appointed chairman pro tem., and the club
adopted a res olution that a committee of five
delegates bc elected to a Nominating Conven?
tion, and tho otht.r w*rd clubs were invited to
co-operate with then'1 in iae movement. The
following were appointed on thc committee:
M. P. Halsey, F. J. ]L"eidt, J. S. Green, W.
Browcr, Sr., and J. B. NixO?> Tho following is
Mr. Hanckol's lotter of resignation :
To the Members of the Dermer adc Club of
Ward No. 8 :
Gnusm : Finding that there exists a
wide difference of opinion between myself and
a largo portion of the Club in regard to our
policy in tho approaching canvass for munici?
pal officers, and recognizing your right to be
represented by those who agree with you in
opinion, I hereby resign my official position as
president and representativo in thc Central
Thanking you for the uniform consideration
and courtesy I have received at the hands of
every member of tho Club, and gelding to
none in my devotion to the Democratic cause,
I am vours. &c,
(Signed) ' JOHN HANCKEL.
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONEBS AND THE QUO
WABBANTO_Justico Willard rendered his de?
cision yestcday morning in tho quo warranto
issued against the Commissioners of Pubic
Buildings and thc Commissioners of Main
Roads for St. Philip's and St. Michael's Parish.
As was expected the decision was in favor of
the County Commissioners, and the following
orders wero issued :
Tho State ex rel. tue Attorney General vs. Richard
L. North, Thomas L. Webb, Thora is R. Waring,
John E. Carew, Henry M. Manigault.
STATE OF SOUTH CABOLINA, CHABLESTON, S.
C.-Upon hearing the argument in thc above
named proceeding, it is ordered that thc
above named respondents do forthwith, and
upon pain of contempt of this Court, vacate
the offices of Commissioners ot Roads for St.
Philip's and St. Michael's Parishes, and with?
out delay deliver and surrender all books, pa?
pers, documents and property of whatever
kind, in any maimer pertaining to said offices,
to the County Commissioners for Charleston
County, elected on the second and third days
of Juno A. D. L8G8, viz: Francis C. Miller, Mi?
chael McLaughlin, and Edward P. Wall.
(Signed) A. J. WILLARD,
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
Of the State of S ulh Carolina,
At Chambers, Charleston, S. C., October 27,
The State ex rel. tho Atiornoy-^eneral vs. James M.
l-.ason, George S. Hucker, Jjhn Schnicrlo, Edwd.
Roach, W. L. Yenning.
Upon hearing the argumonts in tho above
named proceedings, it is ordered that tho above
named respondents do forthwith, and upon
pain of contempt of this Court, vacato thc
offices of Commissioners of Public Buildings
for Charleston, and do surrender and deliver
all the booka, papers, documonts and property
of whatever kind, in any manner pertaining to
their said offices, to the County Commissioners
for Charleston Countv, elected on the 2d and 3d
of June, A. D. 1668, viz: Francis C. Miller,
Michael McLaughlin and Edwd. P. Wall.
(8igned) A. J. WILLARD,
Associate Justico of the 8uprome Court
Of the State of South Carolina.
At Chambers, Charleston, S. C., October 27,
PASSENGEBS FOB CHABLESTON BY THE GAUSS.
Wo take from the Zeitung the following hst of
the passengers for Charleston by the bark
Gauss, which sailed from Bremen on tho 1th
Friedrich Breuer, Charleston; Johann Mchr
iene, Savannah; Friedrich Watermann, Gocs
tendorff; Johaon Dreyer, Draugstedt; Adol
heid Mehrtcus, Sodwehde; Diodrich Steljcs,
Sudwehdo; Fritz Hube, Charleston; Qoeontha
Jibberus, Altenwaldo; Catherine Eckel, Bre?
men; Bertha Spinck, Lremen; Heinrich Men?
sing, Sandstedt; H. Scblondorff, Berne; A. F.
Saasens, Essen; J. Ascbenbcck, Oldenburg; G.
Ducker, Alssted; Morris and Dorchen Benja?
min, Kostrzun; Fritz and Bertha Lohmann,
Lesum; M. Nikolai, Oberuiorlon; Clif Gewin?
ner, Bayreuth; Clif Roth, Bayreuth; Carolino
Glock, Engeleingcn; Ann Stoners, St?ttham;
Veronika Lohren, Grossoneder; F. von Oven,
Oldenburg; L. Klenke, Hahvonkanip.
In tte Steerage-Christoph Doscher, Sell?
stedt; Mario and Chr. Christoffer, Cassebmch;
John Linsteddt, Fleeste; John Heins, Goestcn
dcrf; John Hacsloop, Blumenthal; Meta Ren?
ken, Uberbam; Meta Steijes, Uberham; Julius
Freudenthal, Barr?ndort; Frederick Bopke, Do
rum; Frederick Poppe, Lintig; Diodrich Tiedo
man, Frischlunebcrg; Binrich Moyer, L?bber?
stedt; Ludwig Ganten, Stindstedl; Agnes
Giauer, Wcllon; Diodrich Meyer, Beppen; Mar?
garet Moyer, Beppen; Diedrieh Gavrelinann,
Walhoseu; Rudolph and Alvine Hopke, Dorum;
John Sohl, Lamstedt: Wilhelm Jessen, Bremen;
C. C. Jessen, Altluneberg; Luden Mutcken,
Wurden; H. Juchter, Groplingen; M. Mun
slermann, Weyhe; P. Sohl, Roven; Claus
Bosch, Roven; J. Labouaowr, Geestndoif;
D. H. Siedenburg, Wuhraon; A. Janssen,
Bremen; G. Ruck, Oldenburg; G. Garres, Old?
enburg; J. C. Lilienthal, Holtzel; A. Stcuher,
Bromscirchen; E. Lubckon, Bcrhovcde; W.
Gehlkon, Neill. Moor; H. Luden, Donnern; P.
and A. Stelling, Lamstedt; H. Penchai, Mehl
Back; Geschwister Ramm, He'singor; H. Wach
enan, West Beverstedt; H. Lubckeu, Weat Be?
verstedt; H. Arpen, Wollingstedt; C. Hartz,
Rechteasloth; H. Maas, Dorum; J. V. Oehsen,
nei?scnbuttel; J. Stelling, Bremen; J. Ditz,
Vegesack; F. W. S. Wegcuer, Oldenburg; H.
and M. Borger, Hauover.
INFORMAL MEETING OF DEMOCRATIC WOBK
INO COMMITTEES.-At an informal meeting of
the Working Committees of the Democratic
Ward Clubs, held lr.st cveuing at tho Masonic
Hall, Dr. P. Melvin Cohen was called to tho
chair, and Mr. Samson requested to act as
Mr. C. C. Tnimbo said tint he and sonic
other gentlemen had taken upon themselves
the responsibility of calling tho rnoetiug, and
that they had no idfta of making a nomination,
but ni.ly wished to secure au expression ol
opinion to be submitted lo tho ward n-.eetin.qs
on Wednesday night.
Mr. Martin, for the purpose ot obtaining thc
sense of the meeting, offered a resolution to
tho effect that thc different Democratic Ciubs
be requested to send live delegates each to a
nominating convention, to be held at Masonic
Hail on the second of November. The vote on
this resolution showed that there wore present
from the Working Coniniitu c of Wald 1, six
delegates; Ward 2, six: Ward 3, len; Ward 1,
foin: Waldo, eight; Wald (J, twenty; Ward 7,
ten; Ward S, three. The gentlemen present
from the Working Committee of Ward 1, in?
cluding the Chairman, M. H. Nathan, Esq., de?
clined to have anything to do with the meet?
ing. Thc Chairmen Of thc Commuters of Wards
1, 2 and 5, also protested against the authority
of the meeting.
Mr. Marlin's losoluiiou was almost unani?
Just as the vote on this resolution had boen
declared, Mr. Vardell appeared as a commut?e
from the Democratic Club of Ward 7, and stat?
ed that tho Ciub had niel, and in consideration
of this meeting and for fear of inconsiderate
action thereat, had adopted a preamble and
resolutions, which he now read to the meeting,
and asked on behalf of thc Club ot Ward 7 that
they be considered. Tho preamble and rcso
lutiouB were to the effect that thc Club of Ward
7 disapproved of the action of the Central
Club and tbe Committee of Conference, and
that they suggested to tho Ward Clubs at
their meeting to-night (Wednosday) to appoint
each five delegates to a convention to meet :?t
Masonic Hall on Thursday evening, and ask
tho co-operation and counsel of the Central
Club in nominating suitable candidates for
Mayor and Aldermen, if the Central Club de?
clined to co-operate, then tho convention to
proceed with the nomination without them.
On motion, the adoption ot Mr. Marlin's
resolution was reconsidered, and that gentle?
man was allowed to withdraw it. Thc pre?
amble and resolutions adopted by thc Demo?
cratic Club of Ward No. 7 were then concurred
in as expressing thc sense of thc meeting; the
chairmen of the delegations from tho various
wards were instructed to present them to their
respective Clubs to-night (Wednesday), and
the meeting then adjourned.
BILL or MORTALITY.-Return of deaths with?
in the City of Charleston, for the week ending
October 24 18C8:
I BLACKS OR
I CAUSES OF DEATH.
2 I I
fe IS lh
Droi sy.irom HepaticDisease
Fever, Mala, ia!.
Kidneys, Bright's Di-ca<c ct.
Lungs, Congestion of..
Visitation oi God.
<:| a| '?I a!| 7, 5' 3 4
Whites, ll; Blacks nnd Colored, 10-Total, 30.
Under 1 year of age... 3 Between 50 and GO yrs. 3
Between laud 5 yrs... 4 Between no and 70 yrs. 5
Between Sand 10 yrs.. 'J Between 7') and 80 yrs. 0
Between 10 and 20 yrs.. 0|Bctwccu 80 and 90 y rs. 0
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. Sj Between 90 and lOOyis. 1
Between 30 aud 40 yrs. slOver 100 j cars of age... 0
Between 40 and 50 yrs.. 21_
Offlco of City Ecgistrar. October 27, l?C3.
GEORGE S. P-L'.Ut, M. D., City Registrar.
THE FOLLOWIXO RESIDENTS of Ward No. 5 are
requested to call at my office for naturalization
papers : E. L. Busse, C. H. Blamkcn. E. H.
Borncman, A. Burgdorff, John Graver, - Grei?
ser, H. Haslop, Hy. Hinken, C. Hoffman, A.
Hess, C. Klintworth, F. Klintworth, H. Amb
fas8, B. H. Schwab, A. Theifeuthal, H. Tieuclc
en, L. Wittsclion, L. Wagener, L. Walker.
Also all others in Ward No. 5 who have not re?
ceived their citizen papera.
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE,
No. 14 Broad-street,
Over Bink of tho State.
A CHANCE FOR EPICURES.-Tho Talmetto
Shades, H. H. Fehrcnbiiih. will be a pleasing retreat
for those who Uko oyster soup, beef a la mode, mut?
ton with caper sauce, kc , all of which can be found
at lunch time to-day
OKRA SOUP, a la mock beef, boiled bass, and
other nico dishes, for luuj'.i at Torck's "Cur House' ?
B. SCHUR.-At thc cigar stand in thc lobby
of thc Chirlcston Ho'el, THE DAILY NEWS is kept
CHOICE GREEN- AS/; BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson's groeory, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered lrce.
Has just received a full supply of ?
Gra'es, Fenders, Sheers, Blowers, kc, at No. 11C
Meetiugotrcct,which ho will furnish to housekeepers
at moderate rate r. Aleo, Heating, Parlor and Cooking
Old Stover- repaired. fmw3 October 23
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelope;, Paper,
kc. ; or Miller's Almanac ;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
It you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 5'J Broad
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Evcrywhtrc.
July-'S mc lyr
"A KKT1N G-STUEJS.T FO V A DRY,
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND DO'LERS, of various nizo3
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR Mlt.Li, SUGAR LOIL blt;
AND PANS, of all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from C tu
10 feet iu diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON* PRE-SKStor Hind
power, Saw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of a'.l descriptions
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FROSTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, dc , dr,
WILLIAM >S. HENEBEY,
M A C II IN I&T A ND FOU N I) FR
Nc. 314 MEE I IN?-STBKET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 3 rnwj
/'< KIFFIN, UUOTIIICK ?.V CU..
G R o c B S
C 0 M MIS s 10 N M E li C ll A N T h
No. 10? LOMl?AlID-S ?VEET,
n. AUSTIN- JENKINS. ALTBED testis*, JU
r.ontRT lt ?ESKWi.
"J^DAV. JKAKIAS vt suris,
IMPOr.TOtS AND -/?ALEES IN
SADDLERY AND COACH MA ll-RIALS',
NO. ?SJ BALTIMORE-STREfcT.
April 22 Baltiraori?, M
VyiitUAHlS ?.t GUION,
So. 71 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Issue Circular Letters of Credit Through.
ALEX. 8. PET lil i- k CO., Lont'on,
AVAILABLE FOR TRAVELLERS IN ALL
TARTS OF EUROPE, kc.
Sterling Exchange at Sight and Sixty Days.
Ordcis for STOCKS, BONDS and MERCHAN?
DISE oxetutid in london by Cable or Mail.
September 19 2nioa
WI RILL CLOTflliXG,
KOW OPENED AT
NO. 291 KING-STREET,
Cornel of Wentworth.
A LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
MEX, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
OF ENTIRELY NEW GOODS, MADE UP
EXPRESSLY FOR MY TRADE, OF THE
MOS!" DESIRABLE STYLES AND WORK?
MANSHIP. CUSTOMERS PURCHASING
CAN DEPEND ON HAVING NONE BUT NEW
GOODS OFFERED TO THEM, HAVING DIS?
POSED OF THE ENTIRE STOCK REMAIN?
ING OVER FROM LAST WINTER AND RE?
PLACED, BY NEW AND FASHIONABLE
STYLES OF GARMENTS. SUCH AS WILL
BE WORN THIS COMING SEASON, AND
AT LOW rR[ci:s.
BUSINESS SUITS AT FROM SIG TO 823
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS:
SILK MIXED COATINGS
FANCY TRICO!" CASHMERES
MIXED COLORED MELTON'S
POWDER GRAIN CASHMERES
COMME.tCIvL GRAY CASHMERES
BLACK TRICOT COATING
SCOTCH CHARIOT CASSIMERES,
BLACK CLOTH DRESS FROCK COATS
BLACK CLOTH AND BEAVER OVERCOATS
WATERPROOF TWEED COATS
WATERPROOF TW^ED GLENGARIAS
INDI V RUBBER OVERCOATS AND CAPES.
PANTALOONS AND VESIS TO MATCH, OF FAN?
CY COLORED CASSIilERE>, SIDE STRIPES
FANCY COLORED HARRIS CASS1MERES
FANCY COLORED DOUBLE AND TWISTED
BLACK AND MIXED DOESKINS
SCOTCH CHERTOT CAS3IMERLS", ic, 4c
BOYS ? \D YOUTHS' CLOTHL\G,
A LARGE STOCK,
To Fit BOTS and Youths from 4
t? IS Years Old,
IV GBEAT VARIETY, VIZ:
MERINO. LAMBSWOOL AND SILK UNDER
.SHTIITS AND DRAWERS
SHAKER F L A N S E L UNDERSHIRTS A ND
?JEAN AND CANTON FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS
NEGLIGE TRAVELLING SHIRTS
>C\RFS, NECK l'lES, STUCK-*
KID AND BEAVER GLOVES, BU^ K GLOVES, &c
STAR BRAND SHIRTS,
NO 1 ED FOR TIIEUt FIT UNG QUALITIES
AND t.OOD WORKMANSHIP,
PIMMS S3 3j TO 34 OD.
COLLARS OF LINEN AND PAPER OF ALL
THE PREVAILING STYLES.
SUPPLIED WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
THE MOS! CHOICE GOODS OF THIS
SEASON'S IMPORTATIONS, VIZ":
FRENCH, BELGIUM, E N G L I S II AND
AMERICAN CLOTHS, COATINGS, CASSI
MERES, DOESKINS. TRICOTS AND BEA?
VERS OF BLAC K, DLl'E. OLIVE AND MIXED
SHADES, WHIoH WILL BE MADE CP TO
ORDER IN THE BEST MANNER, UNDER
THE CARE OF A FIRST-CLASS FRENCH
TRICES FIXED AND MARKED ON EA-H ARTI?
CLE. AN INSPECTION OF THE GOODS IS SO?
LICITED. TUL STOCK WILL BE SHOWN WITH
WM. MATT i HESSEN.
B, VT. nicTUREOUS,Superintendent.
Handseme Secretary, 3 Cotlane S<(s. Ma?
hogany Wardrobe, 2 Carpet*, <?<?., ?c., o?
BY H. M MARSHALL & BRO.
IHI3 DAY (Wednesday), at half-past 10 o'clock,
at So. 33 broad-street.
At the same place, ai 10 o'clock,
HORSES, MULES AND VEHICLES.
Sewing Machines, Fine Engravings, Feather
Beds, Desk Covers. Mirror, Stoves, ??c., at
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, at half-past 10 o'clock, at >'o. 33 Broad
street. October 2d
Estate Sate, by order of the Executor-One
Rockaway and Harness, in good order.
I>Y R, M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THR DAY, at 10 c'cloek. at No. 33 Broad-slrtet.
Oe rober 2S
Boots and Sines on Account of all Concerned,
Notions, also, Invoices of Desirable Dry
CAMPBELL. KNOX & CO.,
Ca h Auction House, "io. 55 HascT-strcet,
Will Bf H. THIS DAY, commencina at 10 o'clo?k,
bEAVcR CLOTH, Ladies' Mantilla Cloth, Plaid?,
Checks, Priuts, Plaid Dress Goods. Alpaca. Whiio
and Uray Under*hlr.'f, Drawers, Linens, Siliciae,
Drills. Cottonades, Udkft., ic.
CAMPAIGN NECKTIE-, Cadges. White and Mix?
ed Hosiery, Wool Half Hose, Blankets, Gloves, Boots
and Shoes, kc, kc.
I 'oudicions cash. October 29
Boots, Sheen, Gaiters, Brogans, $c.
BY N, HUN I' & SO>, .
THTS DAY, the 28th instant, at 10 o'clock, in our
Salesroom, No. 142 Meeting-street, we will sell for
100 case' prime assorted BOOTS, SHOES, Galten,
Brogans, Balmoral*, Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Our usual splendid assortment, to which we ic vite
the attention bf buyers. October 28
Contents of a Well Selected Grocery Store,
No. 442 King-street.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, 28th ins ant, at 10 o'clock.
Ibo CONTENTS of the above Grocery store, cou
sist'ng ol a weil selected assortment of FAMILY
GROCERIES, Crockery, Ac.
Tte COUNTERS AND FIXTURES.
The whole Stock will be offered in a lump, and if
not sold will be retailed.
Conditions cash. October CS
Molasses ! Molasses .'
F. P. SALAS, Auctioneer.
THIS DAY, 28th instant, at ll o'clock A. M., will be
sold in Kerr's whart stores,
2-i hl.ds. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
130 bhda. Sweet Cuba Molasses
200 bbls. Sweet Cuba Molasses.
Conditions at sale, October 28
SALE AT AUCTION.
WM. MeKAY, Auctioneer.
To lc sold at Public Auction, at No. 1 George-street,
on THURSDAY, Oe ober 2Mb, 1803, at 10 o'clock,
The ertire stock of VALUABLE FURNITURE ot" a
tamil.? decliuins housekeeping.
CONSISTING IN FAUT AS FOLLOWS:
PARLOR FURNITURE and Rrussels Carpet
bedroom Furniture a.id Euglifh Carpet
Bining-rooni Furniture, complete
Crockery, Cutlery, Silver and Glassware
bcddis?. Shades, Lace Curtains, Cornices, kc.
Cooliin? Stove and Dining-room Stove, with pipes
and fixtures complete.
Terms cash, and removal to take place immediately
attet sale, as the lensa ?spires. 7 October 22
HR CELEBRA TED
"Arrcw Tie" Cotton Band.
THE DEMAND FOR THIS UNIVERSALLY POP?
ULAR COTTON TIE having so tar exceeded our ex.
pectations in view of the many other patenta offered
in the market, we have hitherto been unable to keep
supplied. We take pleasure, howevor, in aunounc'ng
to our customer* that we h av now made such
arrangements a- will cuable us henceforth to keep a
full supply always on band. We are now daily ex?
pecting tho arrival ot a shipment, when all orders
awaiting execut'on will bc Ailed.
RODEltT MI HI: & CO.,
Agents for South Carolina and Charleston.
October 23 fmw Imo
30,000 FRANCS ! !
AW AI BED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
F.ilR, London ; WORLD'S F.Uh. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Pan?;
WINKER OF THE WAGEB
30,000 FRANCS ! I
(S0.000 IN GOLD;.
At the recent International Contest in thc Pari- Tv
Thc publi: are ranted to call and examine the re?
port of the Jurv on the merits of the great contest,
and seethe official award to the Hrrr.ng'i Pa'ini
over all others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERM AIS,
No. 231 Broadwav, corner Murray-st., New ?orfc.
FABRhEt, HERRING k CO., I HERRING i CO.
Philadelphia. ( Cbic.go,
?EP.RING. FARREL k SHERMAN. New Ol hms
Large stock on hand by
WALKER. EVANS & COGSWELL
Nos. 3 BROAD AND 103 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHAitLKSTON, S. C.
March 3 9nio
01 P O lt TE ri S OF
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, ic,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
jg?-Goods delivered to all parts ot vheCity.
? Rudim chairs. '
Desirable Investment-Large Brick Store and
Dicellbg, corner of East Bay and Longi?
TV. T, LEITCH & il. S. BRUNS,
W ill be sold 1O-MORROW. 23th inst., at the Old
Postcfttcc. at ll o'clock,
That large lour and a bali story HRICK STOEE
AND DWELLING, situated at thc southeast corner
of East Bay and Longitude lane. The said Lwelhng
contains some eight square and tu o attic to> ms,
double piazzas, large brick kitchen, cistern and out
liui'dings. Lot measures in front 25 feet, hy H7 feet
in depth, be thc said dimensions more or less.
Terms-Onc-thi'd cash; balance ha one and two
years, with interest, secured by bond and mortgaae:
purchaser to pay us for paper* and stamps; property
to be insured and policy assigned.
October 28 3
Desirable Residence in Cannon-strett, next door
East to the Church of the Holy Coir.nunion.
W. Y. LEITCH & I?. 8. BRUNS,
By vit tue of an order of sale, to mo directed by
the Honorable Georgo S. Bryan, Judge of the
Uiiited States District Court for tho District of
South Carolina. I will offer for sal- at public auc?
tion on 1 CEt>DAY, 17th day of November, at the
Old P^siofnce, loot of Bioad-strcet,
All that certain LOT, PILCE OK PARCEL OF
LAND, situate, lying and 1-cing o.t Cannon-street,
between Rutledge and Ashley streets, upper wards,
ot the City of Charleston, measuring and containing
on Cannon-street fifty-four (54) feet and the same on
the nort'i or hack line, two hundred and thirty-one
feet ten inches (231 10 in.) on the east, and two hnn
dro:l and thirty two teet ten incl cs on the west line;
butting .md boundine on the north on lands now or
lately of the estate of Joanna Mcllhenny; to the emt
on lands ol Wm. L. Webb; southon Cannon-street,
and west on lands of the Church ol the Holy Com?
munion, James Jones and B. N. Gourdin, os wul
more fully appear by aplat thereof drawn by Eobert
E. Payne, -Surveyor, and recorded is the office ol the
Reg'strar of Y estie Conveyance, Charleston District,
on thc first of June, one thousand eight hundred and
fifty-four. On the premises are s fine Iwo-and-a-balf
story Wooden Dwelling, slate roof, on brick founda?
tion, with double Piazza, containing eight square
and three attic rooms, with pantry, dressing rorm,
A.c., besides Kitchen, stable, kc
Terms-One-third cash; tho balance in taree equal
annual instalments, with is teres-, from the day of
sale at 7 per cent, per annum, payable annually, the
credit portion to be recured by the bond of the pur?
chaser, with mortgage of the premises, the buildings
to bc inBurrd and the policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps.
G. HERBERT S A.'S,
Assignee ot Evans k Cogswell
October 23_oct 28, nov 2, 10.17
UNDEK OECREK IN EQUITY.
Payne vs. Whitlock.
On 1HURSDAY, tho 5th day of November next, wiU
ba sold, at the Old Customhouse,
All th:>tLOT AND PARCEL OF LAND, situate lu
the Town of Williamston, containing two acres and
twenty-one hundredths ot an acre, beginning on El?
liott-street, west of lot now or recently owned by
John C. Smith to the cross street which runs by
Austin Widlams' lot, running back from John C.
Smith's the usual width of lots in said towo; bound?
ed southwest by Elliott-street, on the northeast by
John C. Smith's lot, on the north by Back-street, and
on the southwest by Cross-street
Terms-One-third cash; balance in three equil an*
nual instalments, with interest from day of sale,
payable annually, a he credit portion to be secured
by bond of the purchaser, and mortgage of the
premires; tuc bul '1 ogs to bo insured and policy as?
signed. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
J. W. GRAY,
October 14_w4thl Master in Equity*
Of Valuable Real Estate and Wharf, on West -
Side of Ashley River, opposite Broad street,
and adjoining the Savannah and Charleston
Railroad Depot, formerly known as the
Wappoo Mill and Wharf Property, and thc
Machinery-To be sold under an order from
Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge of the United
Slates District Court, dated August 10,1868,
and under the instructions of the Assignee.
On TUESDAY, the 17th of November next ensuing,
at 12 o'clock, at the Old Postoffice. on Broad-street
Charleston, S. C., I wul sell at Public Auction, to
the higfcest bidder,
Ihe following VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AND
WHARF TROPERTY, with the Buildings thoreon,
c os 6i ST rv O OF "
AU that TBVCT OF LAND in St! Andrew's Parish,
opposite the City of Charleston, knowa as the Wap?
poo Mdl Tract, being a part of the Tracts known as
Noa. 4 and 5, and more clearly defined in a plat
made by B. K. Payne, Esq., regUtered In Mesne
Conveyance offlco, BookL, No. 13, page 413; bound?
ed north sud west on lots Nos. 3 and C. as designated
in same plat; south on Wappoo Creek (a navigable
stream), and east on Ashley River, containing about
?itecu ucrcs, bc the same more or le/S, of high and
marsh land, at the junction ot Wappoo Creek and
Ashley River, in the centre of which is a space of
about four hundred and sovi-nty-flve feet from east
to west, by about two hundred and seventy-two feet
from n.ir th to south, whoreon is located the Steam
Saw Mill and nil necessary Buildings for carrying on
an expensive Lumber and Timber business. 'There
is a Causeway from the Mill to within a tew yards of
the tra'k of tho Savannah and Charleston Railroad,
affording unparalleled 'acuities for receiving and
shipping Lumber, Timber, Phosphates, ic, kc.
At the same time and place will be sold'
The MACHINERY on the premises, viz: Avery
superior STE AM ENGINE ol sixty (60) hercse power,
with Boilers complete, and many parts ot the Ma?
chinery in duplicate; also, a Gang Ssw Mil! running
ten saws, allin good runnin? order, 4c, kc.
The sale will be cinducted as io lows:
The Land, Whirf aud Buildings will be sold for
one-iourth cash, and thc romain 1er on a credit of
one. two and three years, sectuvd by bond and mort?
gage of tho property sold.
The Machinery* will be "sold for one-half cash, re?
mainder in sixty and ninety day?, secured-ay approv?
ed eudcraed note, beanuc seven per cent, interest,
with a mortgage of the property s dd. A reasonable
time will bc allowed for the removal of the Engine,
Purchasers to pay for conveyances, stamps, &c.
To examine the property, or for further particulars,
applv in person or by letter to
JOHN S. BYAN,
Bank of Charleston Building,
Broad-street, Charleston, S. C.
October 14 w3
?Real and Personal Estate and Hotel Furni?
Oa TUESDAY, first December next, at 12 o'clock,
befure tho Old Postoffice, Eroad-strcet, Charl' ston,
S. C.. will bc sold by the Assignee of Joseph Pur?
cell, Bankrupt, at ?tablie auction,
TUE FOLLOWING VALUABLE REAL ESTATE:
All that one undivided half (i-) interest in tho
MILLS HOU.S? HOTEL, on southwest corner of
Meeting and Queen streets, containing, on Meeting
street, SJ feet, and also on tee lands of estates of
Mixerand Enston 31 feet 8 inches, aud also on the
lands of thc estates of Mixer and Enston 18 feet 2
inches making in all ou the east lin e 129 tect 10 inch??,
moro or less; north on Quoen-sbeot 275 feet 4 Inches,
more or less; south on ands of Hibernian Society 8J
feet, also ou lind of estate ol Daniel Mixer and Wm.
Eus'oain feet o luches, and 22 feet 4 inches, also on
lands Soc et" of Friends 41 feet, ia all on south line
270 feet, uior'- or le?s; west on Uud of Scciely of
Friends 14 feet 8 inches, also on bud now, c. late of.
James S. Watson 97 foot, in ah oa west lines of 111
leets inches, more or liS3, which said premises are
delineate J and appear, by a plat of the sarre made by
Paul Dere, Civil Engineer, and dated April 15,1803.
One-fourth (1-lth) undivided interest in the
WOODEN HOUSE AND LOT ou Meeting-street, next
south of Mills House, containing on Meeting-street
31 leet 8 Inches, and in depth 117 leot 8 inches, more
or le-s, having such dimensions as will appear upon
One undivided half interest in die BRICK HOUSE
AND LOT on Meeting-street, next south ot the
above, coutaiuiugon Meeting-street 19 feet 2 inches,
sad iu i'epth 140 feet, more or less, having such di?
mension* as will appear upon above mentioned plat
At Mills House Hotel, on WEDNESDAY, serond
December next, at 10 o'clock A. M., and there con?
tinuing from day to day uutil the property shall be
All the FURNITURE of the MiUs House Hotel,
Tarier. Chamber, Dining Room and KITCHEN
FURNIIUBE, all iu perfect order and latest styles,
complete for thc oqu'pment of a ftmNehus hotel.
'Terrut-Tue ical estote will be sold tor oue-third
cash, thc balauce payable in one and two years, in?
terest payable annually, secured by bond and mort?
gage of the property, which :s to be insured, and the
policy to be assigned. Par.-hasers to pay for stamps,
The Furniture will be sold for cash, to bc delivered
on day of sale. i\ W. MAR-HALL,
Assignee of the Eslat-.- Joseph Purcell.
October 20 niwflti tul
^n?wwtf |)rtoate Soles.
No. ? West street at Private Sale.
BY R. H. H 4 RS HAL ?. BRO.,
Ken] Estate Hrokcrs. No. 33 Broad-street.
Thc above well-fiuishcd RESIDENCE and large
Outbuildings, with Cistern, <ias. fcc. treated lor
SSftji, will oe sokl reasonably, tor change of invest?
ment. ?* October 10
j T. II U Jil PMKKY8,
BROKER, A UCTIONEER AND COMMIS
SALES OF REAL EST AT E. :. TOCKS, BONDS, SE
CTTUlLES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. ? 7 BK O AD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esl.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. R. WARING, Esq.