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VOLUME VT.-NUMBER 940.]
CHARLESTON, S. C., THURSDAY MORMNG, SEPTEMBER '?t 1868.
EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK
A CONFERENCE OF THE GREAT POWEBS ON THE
TUBCO-GREEK QUESTION- MBAIOBIAL TO REVER?
LONDON, December 23.-The Morning Tele?
graph prints a telegram from Berlin, announ?
cing that Prussia has called a conference of
the great powere to settle peacably the Turco
One hundred members of Parliament have
signed a memorial to Keverdy Johnson, to
urge his government to adopt penny-postage
in England and the United Slates. The Times
prints the memorial and makes favorable com?
MURDERS IN TEXAS-THE INDIAN BURKAU-MB.
DAVTB' CASS NOT TO BE TRIED TOR TWO
TEARS-THE LOUISIANA LEGISLATURE THREAT?
ENED-STAMPS ON FOBFITTED PROPERTY.
?WASHINGTON, December 23.-The Collector
at Brownsville, Texas, telegraphs to the Trea?
sury Department that two revenu-? inspectors
have bees murdered and one injured by a
band of robbers in that district.
Secretary Seward, with several foreign min?
isters, has gone to his homo at Auburn, N. Y.
Chief Justice Chase is going to Bbode Is?
The Indian Commissioner will report in favor
of making the Indian Bureau a separate de?
It is slated that the Senate Indian Commit?
tee are unanimously opposed to the House bill
transferring the Indian Bureau to the War De?
partment. Grant has ordered Colonel Loot, ot
his staff, to go to the West to investigate fcr
It is stated rhalt unless advanced, the Davis
case cannot be reached in the Supreme Court
under two years.
The New York Tribune has the following
Washington special :
"Lieutenant-Governor Dunn, ef Louisiana,
telegraphs to the Louisiana senators that he
apprehends difficulty on tho reassembling of
thc State Legislature next montb. The New
Orleans thugs and rebel plug-uglies threaten
to clean nut the Republican members of that
body if they attempt to meet and transact bu?
The Louisiana senators will communicate
with General Grant and General Schofield to?
morrow in regard to this report.
In response to a question how cigars seized
for non-payment of tax may be put upon the
market, no stamps being affixed, for which the
seizure was made, Rollins decided that enough
stamps should be affixed to cover the tax dne,
and that the collector shall accredit to his
stamp account from the proceeds of thou- sale
so much money as ?ball equal the value of tht*
stamps affixed, and shall pay the balance, if |
any, into the treasury. If the sale does not
pay expenses and the tax due thereon, then
the law allows the collector to bid them in for
the government for an amount not cacee ling
the tax. It is thought that Congress will pro?
vide tor furnishing stamps to goods sold under,
The Paia, an Havana newspaper lu the Cu?
ban interest, has suspended voluntarily on
account of the censorship exercised by the
Eight hundred fresh troops arrived in Havana
Generals Babcock and Porter, of Grant's
staff, have gone to Arkansas to investigate the
The ship Republic has arrived at San Fran?
cisco, from China, with three hundred and
twenty passengers, and seventy-five hundred
packages of silk and five hundred packages of
tea for New York.
Abe Hickens, of Philadelphia, and Pete Ma?
guire, of Peeks ville, N. Y., fought five rou - da
at Wilmington, Delaware, yesterday. Abe won,
breaking Maguire's jaw.
James Watson Webb aad family, and ex
Minister Washburn, have arrived at Now York
from Rio Janeiro.
Tucker & Co., brokers in Louisville, Ken?
tucky have failed.
The Arizona, which arrived at New York
yesterday from Aspiawall, brought $392,000.
Caleb Cushing has arrived at As pin wall en
route for Bogota.
Six thousand Spanish hoops have boen sent
to Cuba. The government announces a deter?
mination not to abandon any colony of Spain.
Yesterday a fire at Lynch haig, Virginia, de?
stroyed a portion of the workshops of the Vir?
ginia and Tennessee Railroad.
. The baggage car of a passenger train on.the
Atlantic and Gulf Railroad was burnt yester?
day, but nobody was hurt.
There was a collision on the Georgia Central
.Railroad yesterday, which detained thc pas?
senger tram to Savannah six hours, but no
ono was killed.
NEGRO TROUBLES IN GEORGIA.
SAVANNAH, December 23.-There has been
further trouble on the Ogeechee River. Two
white mea were shot last night by an armed
body of negroes, who then took possession of
and carried away tho crop valued at $2500.
The planters declare that they will be obliged
to leave ihe country and come to the city un?
less they are protected.
THE RAGE FOR TARTAN.-Every variety of |
tartan is very fashionable in London, and is
rapidly becoming so in this country, lt is
adapted to costumes, to Mackfarlane cloaks,
and to water-proof suits, and now a fourth
style batuc?me in vogue-worn pretty much as
a Highlander wears his plaid. A long scarf J
shawl is required. This is folded lengthwise
in eight, taking care that the fringe fall on the
outside. To drape it over the figure, it is first
placed across the left shoulder, Jetting one of
the ends fall at the back, like a sasb, upon the
skirt. Then it covers the cbest, passes under
the right arm, encircles the waist at the back
in the form of a band, recrosses the front, and
is lastly thrown over the right shoulder. To
conclude, the end of tho shawl is ebpped
through the part that forms the waistband at
tho back and two ends, which should be of the
same length, and fall on the skirt behind.
STEAK ON STREET RAILROADS.-Western news?
papers report what seems to be an important
experiment in the uso of steam engines for
?repelling cars on street railroads. A small
ouble cylinder engine is used, of fifteen horse
power. The car is somewhat larger than those
m common use. The firepot in arranged on
the self-feeding base-burning plan, which is
so successful in stoves an j furnaces. The ma?
chinery is concealed under the car. Tho boiler
is placed on the forward end of the cer. The
motive power is said to be under such perfect
command that a car bas been stopped within
three inches of a given point, without jarring;
and the engine can drag its lorrd up a heavy
grade. Tba cost of running it is but seventy
cents per day. The matter deserves the atten?
tion of horse railroad companies generally, as
a -possible means not only of saving expense,
but of. serving the public better than thev can
do with hordes.
SOUTH CAROLINA COXFJEBXX
CLOSING PROCEEDINGS AND APPOINTS
FOR THE ENSUING YEAR.
Fourth Da} 's Proceedings.
[FROM Otra OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
ABBEVILLE C. H., December 19.-The
sionary Boaid of tho Conference held
anniversary last evening, at which an int
ing and able report was read in behalf <
board by Kev. William H. Fleming. A
dress was delivered by Rev. Dr. McFerri
collection ot about $070 was taken up.
WanDemaker, L. C. Loyal, William Tl
and M. 0. Tuttle were admitted into tho
elling connection; J. S. Montgomen, a
preacher, was elected to deacon's orders;
ard M. "Valentine, a colored man free-borr
elected to deacon's orders, to act by autt
of tho Al. E. Church, South, amine iho p
of his race; Franklin Brown, William Tu
Elbert Jones and Amos Johnson, freed
were also elected to the same. The objc
this, it will be perceived, is to organize
E. Church, South, of colored poopie; Edt
S. Lupo and D. L. Whitaker, from the
ministry, were elected to cider's orders;
R. B. Alston was continued a supernunie
and T. A. Boone was placed upo^ that lis
Choraw, Greenville and Charleston wen
in nomination for the next conference, ll
finally decided to bold the next scssio
Rev. Dr. Shipp presented the report o;
Committee on Education. WofTord
opened the present session with one hun
and seven btu lents, against seventy-six
year, thus exhibiting considerable imp]
ment, at least, if not prosperity. Indeed
iucome is insufficient for the support of
faculty. The Conference resolved t'j J
eight thousand dollars tho ensuing yo ir fo
relief. Cokesbnry School, tor boys, bas 1
students-institution out of debt," but its
dowmo.it lost. Columbia Female College bi
inga are still rented out for use as a Lote
i aise fun tis for the liquidation of debts aga
the institution. Davenport Female Coll
struggling upward, aud the trustees ure h<
fol. Carolina Female College, not so hopi
but determined. Circumstances of health,
are favorable. Theie is still a debt uni
against the institution.
The Committee on Books and Period!
submitted their report. It endorses and
commends tho Southern Christian Ad voe
recommends the Nashville Advocate, B:
more Methodist, and the Sunday School Y
Afr. A. A. Gilbert submitted thc roporl
the committee of laymen appointed to
goat a financial plan for the Conferer
The plan takes the financial operations of I
church from the ministry and pats it into
hands of the laity. It was thoroughly t
cussed, and with some degree of aniinati
both by the clergy and the laity, and fini
adopted unanimously. Ordered to be pubUsl
entire in the minutes, and read by the stcwi
of each church to his society early in the ye
After the usual notices, Conference adjou
ed with the benediction.
In the afternoon the Board of Snnday Soho
held their anniversary. The children of I
Abbeville Sunday Schools, about one hund
in number, saug a very pretty Bong in f
style - "We'll stand the storm, it won't be loni
After prayer by Rev. A. J. Cauthen, the Pre
dent, Rev. W. T. Capers, reported 4SI schoc
2984 teachers, 17,427 white scholars, 578 coloi
scholars, sud 35 496 vol?mes in library in t
bounds of the Conference. Rev. S. Leard, Si
day School Agent of the Conference, report
something of his labors for tho year, aud cc
eluded by a short address, in sermon style,
the children, on the fear of Gad, as an ince
ti ve lo duty.
Rev. J. T. Wightman then made one of 1
happiest efforts, his theme, tho importance
Dr. McFcrrin followed in a capital eonsatii
speech to tho children, scattering smiles ai
tears profusely through all tho congregation,
Religions Exercises of Snnday.
ABBEVILLE, December 20.-In the Metb
dist Church '.h a m arninBishop Wightmt
preached to a large and at tenn vu auJiem
with the happiest effect. His theme was tl
wisdom of God as displayed in tho plan ot r
demption, the subject of angelic inquiry.
Three of tho gentlemen yesterday electe
to deacon's orders, from tho ranks of tho loo
ministry, were ordained by the bishop.
In the afternoon Dr. McFernn delivered I
able discourse upon the ground of religiot
hope, at the conclusion of which, amid gre:
solemnity, elder's oidera were conferred upc
three of tho gentlemen heretofore elected.
In tho evening^ Rev. F. M. Keunedy deli1
ered the annual so mon to tho under-gradi
ates iu the ministry. I should tell your reai
ers something of ito ments, but for the fat
that he condemned newspaper laudations <
"preachers and sermons as only fit eulogie
for thc dead." The theme of discourse wa
"Syiupatbywith the Gospo: and with ibo pee
pie essential to ministerial success."
The Presbyterian Church was occupied b
Rev. Dr. Smith in the morning, Rev. Mai
Brown m the afternoon, and Rev. J. M. Cai
lisle in the evening.
The weather bas been fine and the congre
g?tions unusually largo. Verily Abbeville de
serves to be noticed for the indications c
prosperity in trade, forth1 intelligent of th
community generally, and for the beauty o
the ladies, who were out in their best to-day.
ABBEVILLE, December 21-Conference wai
opened with prayer by Rev. L. Wood.
On motion of Rev. J. S. Nelson, it was re
solved to attempt to establish a pormanen
library in our parsonages.
On motion of Rev. L. Wood, the first Fridaj
in April and Soptember was set apart for fast?
ing and prayer, and that especial supplicatioi
bo made for an increase of ministerial laborers,
Rev. S. Leard submitted the report of the
Financial Board. Tho t isbop's salary was not
met by $172. Superannuated preachers and
the widows and orphans have been paid only
fifty-five seventy-one-hundrodths per cent, on
their claim. Considerable conversation ol an
aoiinated nature sprung up upon thc general
subject of finances. The monies wera distrib?
uted in open Conference.
Rev. Mr. Sloan, of the Presbyterian Church,
was introd- ced to tho Conference; and I should
have reported the same cf Revs. Bouncr and
BTemphiU, of the Associate Reformed Presby
tariau Church, on Saturday.
J. J. Pather, absent when his olass was call?
ed, was reported to have passed a creditable
literary exami.iatiou, wheroupon he was elected
to deacons' orders.
Richard M. Valentino, a colored man, elected
o, Saturday, appeared, and was ordained to
deacons' orders. Considerable discussion was
elicited upou the propriety of ordaining the
same individual to elders' orders, but ho was
Rev. O. A". Darby, Statistical Secretary, re?
ported an increase during the year of one
thousand nine hundred and twenty-eight white
members, two preachers and fourtoen colored
preachers, and a decrease of four thousand nine
hundred and forty-tuur colored members.
Mr. Dibble, of Charleston, addressed tho
Conference upon the interests of the Young
Men's Christian Association, urging the preach?
ers to encourage organizations of the kiud
throughout the State.
Rev. Dr. Smith was elected to preach the
next annual sermon before this body ; A. M.
Rev. W. Martin presented resolutions of
thanks to the pastor and members of the Pres?
byterian Church, for the use of their bou^e of
worship; to tho citizens, for their kind and
generous hospitably; to thc several railroads,
For the facilities given to attend th: present
session; which were adopted.
The Secretary, Rev. F. M. Kennedy, report?
ed from the Bishop the Financial Board for the
ensuing year, as follows: Revs. S. Leard, J. T.
Wightman. L. Wood, W. C. Power, J T. Kilgo,
8. Weber, A. J. Stokes, E. W. Thompson and
3. Lander; Messrs. John Kinsler, G. W. Wil?
liams, James Stokes, E. Stackbouse, H. T.
Wright, R. S. Hill, S. Bobo, W. M. Connors and
W. J. I. Miller.
Rev. S. Leard presented the report of the
Committee on Memoirs. Rev. Hartwell Spain
died on the 19th of March, 1868. His death
was published in the papers last spring. But
we may report him, as a Methodist preacher,
a giant in his day. A member of the General
Couference of 1832, and three times afterwards
alternate delegate to the same body. No one
enjoyed more fully the esteem of his co-labor?
ers for true goodness of heart. Twice presid?
Rev. Bond English was a great man, in the
prime of life; filled every position of a minis?
ter in the gilt of his Conference. He was gen?
erally regarded one of the best preachers of
Rev. James Stacy was also a man of n
but few equals, and perhaps few preach
Euperior ability in tbe Conl'eronce. He
ed every position in their gift, and tb
responsible were generally assigned him
several times presiding elder and delet
thc General Conference^ and for severa:
Chairman of tho Financial Board.
Rev. Dr. Hunter, of tho Presbyterian Cl
iu a brief address, paid a handsome ci
mont tc. Mr. Stacy's habits of study,
never deferred hts preparation for thc
until thc close of the week, but pr?par?e
and well for bis Sabbath duties."
Rev. Alexius M. Forster was long kuc
a preacher in the Church. He was loc
some time, and itinerant for thirty-two
He was at one tim* lor some years a prei
His talents were practical rather than po
but he always enjoyed a high reputation.
John P. Morris waa a native of Devon,
land, but spent most of bis life in Ca
whither his father removed while Lew
a bov. Ihrco yoars ago he cama to Cb
ton to recruit his failing health, and coi
ed himself .vitb thc M. E. Church, South
licentiate ia the ministry. Ho fell too soi
earthly distinction, but the sooner wo
crown of life.
The report was read with appropriate
es, and at the close of each namo friends
their last tribute of praise, or addressei
audience with touching reflections,
touching song, "Ho died at b?R post,'
sung after reading the memoir o? the (
Rev. Mr. Gamowell, win had occupie
chair, announced thai the Bishop was mo
tarily expected, but business was now
pleted-we only wait for our appointm
rle suggested relations of experience to fil
time to tho Bishop's arrival.
During an hour or moro the andienet
entertained by Rev. Dr. Hunter, J. T. TV
roan, D. Derrick, and ?. ii. Stepbens, i
8pcrsed with appropriate and stirring sc
in which the congregation genorally pai
From tho Secretary's tabla we learned
S29D0 OS hud baen miser1, for missions du
At half-past ten the Bishop arrived and
Rev. S. H. Brown, from the committc
whom was referred certain charges aga
Rev. A. G. Stacy, submitted their report.
Stacy's character was passe J, and be was n
At a quarter to twelve thc Bishop prono
ed the benediction, after announcing tbe
A. M. Cbrietzbcrg, Presiding Elder.
Charleston-Trinity and Cumberland. W
Charleston-Bethel, J. T. Wightman.
Charleston-Spring-street, J. R. Pickett.
Cooper River-E. J. Pennington, supei
Cypress-To bo supplied by A. R. Dannel
St. George's-J. L. Sifley.
St. George's Mission-To be supplied.
Eastern Orange-B. G. Jones.
Providence-J. C. Stoll.
St. Matthew's-William Hutto.
Upper St. Mattbow's-E. T. Wannamakcr
D. J. Simons, Presiding Elder.
Bamberg Circuit-T. Raysor.
Barnwell-J. E. Penney.
Aikcu and Graniteville - Augustine
Upper Orange-R. B. Tarni t, supernur
Orange-J. E. Crisp.
Branchville- T. J. Clyde.
8t. Bartholomew's-L. Wood, J. J. Sut
A lendale-W. A. Clarke.
Black Swam.i-L. C. Loyal.
Hardeovillo. Missiou-J. R. Coburn.
R. J. Boyd, Presiding Elder.
Manon Station-Ci. H. Wells, T. Mitch?
Marion Circnit--L. M. Little, T. W. Mumu
Brownsville-W. C. Power.
Buck Swamp-J. B. Platt.
Liberty Chapel-D. W. Seale.
Dallington Station-J. E. Watson.
Daraugton Circuit-P. P. hastier.
Lynchburg-D. J. McMillan.
Georgetown-J. A. Porter, A. Ervin, snp<
Kingstree and Black River-W. W. Jones,
Conwayboro' Station-E. G. Gage.
Conwayboro' Circuit-L. Scarboro.
Waccamaw Circuit and M?BS?OO-S. P. H. I
well, C. Betts, supernumerary.
S. H. Brown, Presiding Elder.
Columbia-Washington-stioot, W. Martin.
Columbia-Marion-street, W. W. Mood.
Columbia Circuit-R. R. Dagnali.
Rocky Mount-J. L. Sbuford.
Winnsboro'-J. S. Connor, G. W. M. Creigl
Chester-P. (1. Bowman.
Richland Fork-H. J. Morgan.
Fairfield-A. J. (Jautbon.
Sumter Station-H. M. Mood.
Sumter Circuit-J. W. Murray.
Bishopvillc-J. W. Crider, A. McCorquodalt
Manning-S. J. Hill.
Santee-J. B. Campbell.
8. Leard,.Sunday School Agent.
OOKESBURT DISTRICT. .
W. H. Fleming, Piesiding Elder.
Cokcjbury Station-W. T. Capers, S. I
Cok?sbnry Circuit-W. 8. Black.
Abbeville-M. Brown, I. S. Daniel.
Ninety-Six-T. G. Herbert.
Saluda River Mission-B. M. HarrisoD.
Dom's Mine-J. B. Travwick.
Edge?eld-J. Xl Kilgo.
Savannah River Mission-To ba supplied.
Butler-J. H. Zimmerman.
Newberry Station-0. A. Darby.
Newberry Circuit- W. H. Lawton and to b
supplied by M. Boyd.
Laurens-J. W. Kelly.
Ready River-P. Auld.
A. i3. Stepbens, Presiding Elder.
Greenville Station-A. J. Stafford.
Greenville Circuit-J. J. Workman.
Pickensv lie-To be supplied by F. Smith.
Walhalla-A. N. Wells, P. M. Morgan, super?
Wilhamston-J. M. Carlisle.
Seneca and T?salo-D. D. Byars.
Anderson Station-S. A. Weber.
Anderson Circuit-W. A. Hodges.
Peudleton-G. F. Round.
Pendleton Colored Circuit-J. L. Stoudc
Orphans' Home-T. H. Edward?.
SPARTANBURG DI8TBICr. !>
R. P. Franks, Presiding Elder.
Spartauburg Station-W. A. Gamcwoll, R. C.
Spartanburg Circuit-J. D. Carpenter, J. Par?
Rich Hill-J. S. Erwin.
Tacolet-J. B. Massebcau.
UuioimUe and Fair Forest-A. J. Stokes.
Cane.Crcek and Goshen Hill-J. W. McRoy.
Belmont-To be supplied by H. D. Lee.
Columbus-M. G. Tuttle.
Ru tb elford-V. A. Sharpe.
Cherry Mount Mission-To be supplied.
Marion Station-J. R. Griffith.
McDowell-To be supplied.
Wofford College-A. AL Shipp, President; W,
Smith, supernumerary Professor; A. H. Lester.
F. M. Kenuedy, Prcsidiug Elder.
Wadesooro'-E. W. Thompson, and to be
supplied by W. McClcllioa.
Cheraw-J. R. Little.
Bennetsville-C. H. Pritchard, M. L. Banks,
Pedee Mission-W. L. Pegues.
Ansonville-J. A. Mood.
Albermarle-J. W. Puett.
Coucord-R. R. Pegues.
Mt. Pleasant-J. Finger.
Hanging Rock-R. L. Duffy.
Chesterfield-J. C. Hartscll, 0. Eady, super?
Monroe Station-To bc supplied.
Monroe Circuit-G. W. Abernathy.
Pleasant Grove-J. M. Cline.
South Charlotte-N. E. Mellon.
SHELBY LISTE [CT.
J. W. North, Presidirle; Elder.
Shelby Station -J. TV. Humbert.
Shelbv Circuit-A. P. Avant.
Lincolnton-.M. A. Connolly, A. G. Stacey,
South Fork-J. Watta.
Roc k Spring-C. E. Land.
Dallas-M. H. Hoyle.
Yorfcvillc-J. A. Wood, L. A. Johnson, super?
York ville Circnit-To be supplied.
Rock Hill-J S. Nelson, R. Alston, supernu?
Pineville-E. A. Leruraond.
Charlotte-E. J. Meynardie, T. H. Boone,
supernumerary; W. S. Haltom, supernume?
Calvary Mission-To be supplied.
North Charlotta Circuit-J. J. Prather.
Lenoir-G. W. Ivcy.
Happy Home-To bs supplied by ft. L. Aber?
Morgantown-P. L. Hermon.
John's River Mission-To be supplied by N.
Davenport Female College -8. Lander, Presi?
COKESBUBT COLORED DI8TRI0T.
W. H. Fleming, Presiding Elder.
Greenwood Circuit-To be supplied by R. M.
Flat Woods-To bo supplied by A. Johnson.
Willitigton-To bo supplied by W. Tucker.
Warren ton-To be supplied by F. Brown.
Lowndesvillo-To bo supplied by E. Jones.
Harrisburg-To be supplied by N. Childs.
R. D. Harper transferred to Memphis Con?
F. A. Mood transferred to Texas Confer?
W. G. Connor transferred to Texas Confer?
C. Murchison transferred to lllinios Con?
A. ll. Bcnnick transferred to Holstou Con?
NORTH.-Died in this city, on Saturday, luihinst.
a flor a loni; and pninful illnes!>, Mrs. VAL KU IA
NORTH, relict of the lato Dr. EDWARD NORTH, in the
'.ls: year of her ago.
DUZIER-Diod at Brown's Fer./, Bl.vik River, on
Sunday morning, the 13.h instant, MAiTYBL^KE,
the beloved wile of WILLUM 6 ?ILLABO DOZIER, in
the thirty-fourth year of hor ?RC.
A dutiful daughter, an si/ectionate 'rife, a devoted
mother, a sincere friend. ? faithful follower of our
Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.
"For me to live in cbriot, and to Aloin gain."
as* FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
CHARLES TON.-CHARLES I ON, DECEMBER 24,
1868 -To-morrow being Ch ru trna. Day, this Bank will
be closed. Notea and acceptance! then due must be
anticipated m? Day. WU. C. B HE USE,
Decomber24 1 Cashier.
43-THE HATTER'S BANK.-FOR THE
accommodation of those unable to anticipate their
payment', thia BANK will he open Te-Horroui, from
8 A. M. to 12 nooQ.
By order. WALTER STEfcLF,
December 24 1 Cashier.
SO- OFFICE CHARLESTON GAS LIGHT
COMPANY-C-?ARLEBTOH, Becomber 22, 1868.-A j
DIVIDEND OF FIFTY CENTS PBB SHARE on th?
Capitel Ste Mc of thia Cempany having bjen declared
by thc Directo!s, the same will be paid on and after
Uoniay, 4th proximo.
The Books of Transfer will be dosed from this
date te 4th proximo. W. J. HERIOT,
December 22 Secretary and Treasurer.
as-cnARLESTON, DECEMBER 23.1868.
TO THIS EDITOR DAILY NRWS: The undersigned,
officer? and members of Comet Star Fire Engine
Company, No. 5, do challongc the Promptitude" und
any oiher of thc colored Fire Companies, for another
trial for a Silver Goblet, to be played for butwecn
Monday and Tuesday next, the losing company to
pay for the prize. As we have won for nf leon years,
we with to show th* public we can win again, as wc
bunted three section* of hos*.
All communications must bc addresicd to
Or to JAME* J. YOONG.
December 21 _1
OS-BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.-ESSAYS
FOR YOUNG MEN on the interesting relation of
Bridegroom to Bride in the institution ol Marriages
a guide to matrimonial foiicity and true happiness.
Sent by mail in sealed lcttereuvelopes freccf charge.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P., Phila?
delphia, Pa. September 22
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only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
n?tantaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the Ul effects or bad dyes; invigo?
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properly applied at Batchelors Wig Factory, No
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JW-NEW YORK, AUGUST 7, 16G8.-MR.
EDITOR: Several of your correspondents, very old
and respe table no doubt, seem to be wonderfully
exercised os to tho origin of our PLANTATION
BI1TER i So Pmg as these Bitters aro all that wc
represent them to be. we do not know that it makes
any difference from whom they come, or lion
whonce they originated; but for thc information of
the public generally, and old Captain Wcntz in par?
ticular, we will say that ho told tho truth, and that
these Bitters originated in the West India Islands
that many of thc ingredients hAre been favorably
need fer over a century, but that our combination of J
CaliJaya is entirely new, and eur own. The rum
and other msferials arc the ? ame, and, as your cor?
respondent says, a better bitters and Tonic is not
mado. We recommend them particularly tor dys?
peptics, fever and aguo, debility, losi of appetite,
and m all c isca where a tonic and stimulant is re?
quired. P. H. DRAKE fe CO.,
Ne. 21 Park Row, N. Y.
MAOSOLLA WATER.-Superior to the best imported
German Colegas, and sold at half thc price,
OS- THE TRUE MEDICAL DOCTRINE.
Nature, when struggling with disease, indicates
unmistakably the kind of assistance she requires.
In cases rf nervou-weakness and general debilitv,
the feeble pulse, the lack-lustre eye, the attenuated
frame, the fiacid muscle-?, tho melancholy visage,
inform us as pLinly as if each organ had a totiguc,
that a medicated stimulant is needed. It does not
require the aid et a medical education to understand
this dumb appeal for new vigor, from an exhausted
system. Every reader of these lines can compre?
hend it just as well as thc graduato ola physicians'
college. Let not this demand of enfeebled nature
be neglected. Respond to it promptly by com?
mencing a course ot HOSTETTER'S STOMACH
BITT1 RS, a preparation uniting in their highest
excellence thc properties of a STIJ?CLANT, an IN
viaoBAXT, and an ALTERATIVE. Before three days
have rlnpscd, from the takirg of the flr*t dose, a
marked beneficial change will bc manifest in the
bodily and mental condition of the patient. Thc
pulse will be stronger and more regular, the eye
will begin to lose its dull expression, the muscular
and nervous systems to recover their tension, and
the spirits to improve. Persevere, and a rempletc
revivification ol' thc depressed animal and mental
powers is certain. Lu cases of dyspepsia and bili?
ousness, thc same salutary results will bc obtained.
The appetite will revive, the sallowness of the skin
disappear, and all thc distressing symptoms which
accompany diaordois of the stomacii and liver
will rapidly subside. The cold of winter often in?
tensifies these complaints by checking thc perspira?
tory action, by which so much morbid matter is
evaporated through the pores in milder weather,
and therefore the BITTERS are especially useful to
the dyspeptic and bilious at this seaton.
December 21 DAC C
JOS* PUBLIC MARKETS, DECEMBER 24,
1868.- To-Merrow being Christmas the Markets will
be open all This Day, until Kine o'clock P. M.
Decemb:r 94 W. KIRKWOOD, Cbief Clerk.
jJS* CONSIGNEES' NOTICE.-CON?
SIGNEES per steamship PROMETHEUS, from
Philadelphia, are notified that sho is discharging
cargo This Day at North Atlantic Wharf. Goods not
called for at sunset will bc stored at the risk and cx
pesse of conek-nee. JO STN Si THEO. GETTY,
Deiember 24 1 Agents.
JS5-THE CHRISTMAS TREE OF TRINITY
AND CUMBERLAND SUNDAY 8CEOOL.-The
School is requested to meet at Trinity Church This
Afternoon, st Threo o'clock.
The religious exercises will commence at half-past
Three o'rlock. After which the School will march
in procession to its tree, when the presente will be
The parents and otgregation and oil friends arc
invited. December 24
?-BUY YOUR TEA .AND COFFEE FROM
KRISTE k CHAPMAN, corner King and Radcliffe
streets, and get a botter article for the same money
than at any other establishment in the city.
November 14 3moa
FRUIT FOR Tl HOLIDAYS.
ANDREWS & SALTO,
No. 497 KING, OPPOSITE JOHN-STREET,
HAVE ON HAND A CHOICE SELECTION OF
FRUI rs, Fire Crackors and Fireworks, which
they offer wholesale sod retail, st the lowest market
prises. Received by Tuesday's steamer, a choleo lot
of NORTHERN APPLES on consignment.
Eecsmber 24 1*
PHOTOGRAPHS, in great variety
THE LATEST PERIODICALS
PICTORIAL AND STORY BOOKS
STATIONERY OF ALL KINDS, and
FANCY GOODS, afc
No. 163 King-street.
December 24 1
AND IMPORTER OF
TOYS, FANCY ARTICLES, d.c., ?fcc.,
No. 276 King-street,
THIRD BOOR ABOVE HASEL-S TREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM
his fiieeds aid the public generally that his
Steck is now complete and solicit Inspection This
s took oe na prises every article come: ted with an
establishment of this kind.
CHRISTMAS lil NEW YEAR
No. ?70 Ki Y G-STU EE T.
December 22 3
ASELECT ASSORTMENT FROM THE WELL
KNOWN HOUSES OF
LUBIN PETIT & ROCHETTE
COUDRAY PATEY li CO.
RIMMEL LOW, SON & HAYDON
SOCIETE HYGENIQUE BAILEY & CO.
GETTE FRERES BAZIN
JEAN MARIE FARINA
DEMARSON, PETIT & CO.
AIM AR'S PREMIUM COLOGNE WATER,
A I M A lt ' S ,
Corner King and Vanderhorsl streets.
December 17 thf?wthtmwf9
LOOK AT THIS.
FIRE W ORKS.
JUST RECEVED. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
FIRE CRACKERS, ic, Ste,
Which wc offer at the lowest pesnble price?, at
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STS.
December 21 mtntli3
JOST RECEIVED, A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
BROOCHES AND EAR-RINGS
LEONTINE AND VEST CHAINS
SLEEVE BUTTONS, STUDS, &c.
No 1)07 Eing-B'reet.
Do:ember 8 tuthfl mo J
POU BOSTON- DESPATCH LIA E.
THE FAVORITE Al RFGULAR PACK?
TET SCHOONER IL N. HAWKINS, WYATT
Pilaster, having two-thirds cargo OB board,
'wants 250 or 300 bales cotton to fill up and
sail promptly. WILLIAM ROACH.
December 24 3
POR LI VICK POOL..
THE t-PLENDID Al CLIPPER BARK
^LIZZIE H., SPBINO Master, laving a
Margo part of her cargo engaged and going
?on board, will have dispatch for the above
port. For freight engagements, apply to*s
December 14 STREET BROTBEES ft CO.
THE FAST SATLLNG BRITISH BARK
MONNBGUASH, CapUin WM. MUBJUY,
> will have qui-sk dispatch for the above port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
December 23 6 ROBERT MURE & CO.
PO ll LIV KU POOL.
TH1 Al NOR!H G: RMAH BARK
^ GAUSS, CL?VEB Master, having a portion
of lur cargo engaged and going on board,
will meet with dispatch.
Fer Freight engagements, apply to
GEORG? A. HOPLEY ft CO.
December 22 4
THE NEW AND STRICTLY Al SPAN?
ISH SHIP PEDRO PLANDOLIT, E. AME5
OUAXI Master, having a large portion of her
cargo engaged and going on board, will
For further engagements, apply to
W. P. HALL,
December 22 12 Brown ft Co's wharf.
THE FIRST CLASS BRITISH BARQUE
*W. G. PUTNAM, RICKARD Master, having
) a large part of her cargo engaged, will load
For balance freight engagements, apply to
WILLIS ft CHISOLM,
December 21 North Atlantic Wharf.
THE FINE Al AMERICAN BARK
EG Ii RI A, H. A. STARRET Master, having
? two-thirds (?<) of her cargo engaged and
. going on board, will have immediate dis?
Fer balance of Freight, apply to
PATTERSON ft STOCK,
December 12_South Atlantic Wharf.
EXCURSIONS AROUND THE HA RSC 1.
THE FINE, FAST SAILING AND COU
1 PORTABLY appointed yacht ELEANC t
y will resume her tripe to historic pointa Q
?the harbor, and will leave Go vern rar t
Wharf dally at Ten A. M. and Three P. M.
For Passage, apply to THOMAS YOUNG,
December 18 3mo Captain, on Board.
FAST FREIGHT I.IVK
TO AND FROM BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA, WASHINGTON CITY, WILMINGTON,
DEL., CINCINNATI, OHIO, ST. LOUIS. MO.
AND OTHER NORTHWESTERN CITIES.
THE FAVORITE AND SWIFT
S -row Steamship FALCON. JESSIE
D. HOBSEY Commander, will sail
for Baltimore on Tuesday, the 29th
Decunocr, at half-post Throe o'clock P. M., from
Pier No. 1, Union Wharves, making close connec?
tions, and delivering freight to all points in connec?
tion promptly and a', lew raid.
For Freight or pissaro, apply to
COURTENAY ft TRENHOLM.
December 24 tb?mtu4 Union Whorros.
NEW YORK AND CHARLES! Oft
STEAMSHIP LI NB.
F O R NEW YORK.
THE 8PLBNDI? BIDE WHEEL
8TKAMSHIP MANHATTAN, WOOD?
HULL Commander, will leave AC
ger's Wharf en Saturday, the 28th
inst ?nt, 11 half-past Three P. M.
CS-1 brough Bills of Lading given to Boston and
Providence, S. I.
HS- Insurance oas be obtained OR these steamers at
For Freight or Passage, having splendid Cabin
accommoda ions apply to
JAME3 AE6KB ft 00.,
Corner Adder's Whirl oad Ea?t Bay (Op ?tal?*).
The steamer JAMES AD?'ER will follow on Tws
day, tho 29th inst., at - o'clock.
PACIFIC AI AIL STEAMSHIP" COTH P Y*t
T3 BO UGH LIN? TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE AT GREATLY Rt
?-> si 1'. A Ml. HS OF THE ABO V ?
. lme )eavc plt?r i<?< North Bivor
''?.'.?.jJi?VSr^ mot of Canal-street. New York, s
- .T??~25~2?- 12 o'clock noon, of the 1st. Mk, Ititi
and 24th of every month (except when these datei
fall en Sunday, then the Saturday preceding).
Departure ol 1st and 24th connect at Panama witt
steamers for South Pacific and Central Ainericar.
ports. Those of 1st touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of 9th ot each month comnects will
the new steam Une from Panama to Australia ar ??
Steamship GREAT REPUBLIC leaves San Fran
cisco ftr O?iia and Japan January 4, 1869.
No California seamers toucb at Havana,' but g:
direct freir? New York lo AspinwulL
One hundred pounds baggage tree to each adult
Medicine and attendtusce tree.
For Passago TUkets or turther Information app 1}
at the COMPANY'8 TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of Canal-street, North River, New York.
March 14_lyr_F. R. BABY, Agent.
FOR PHILADELPHIA AM) BOSTON.
THE STEAMSHIP PROME?
THEUS, Captain A. B. GRAY, will
leave North Atlantic Wharf on
Saturday, December 2Cth, 18G8, for
Philadelphia, giviug through Bills Lading to
Apply to JOHN k THEO. GETTY.
December 18 North Atlantic Wharf.
REDUCTION IN FREIGHT.
THROUGH BILL3 OF LADING
5 from New Orleans to Charleston, S.
WM VIA Florida Railroad and ALLI
. ANCE LI> K U. S. Mail Steanships.
And steamers CITY POINT and DICTATOR, will be
Ki ven for
Sugar, to Charleston, per hhd.ST 50
Sugar, to Charleston, per barrel.IS
Molasses, to Charleston, per barrel.2 50
Rice, to New Orleans, per 100 pounds. -
Other Freights in proportion to the above.
J. D. AIKEN ft CO.. Agents.
F. W. PLRKINS ft CO., Agents,
No. 20 Carondelct-stn ct, New Orleans.
A. D. NOYES, Agent,
December 15 Imo Fernandina, Fla.
TRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROU TE TO FLORIDA, AIKEN
And other places, should not fal
in their supplies of PROVIS
CORDIALS, BRANDIES. WHIS
KIES. WINES. CANNtD MEAT*, SOUPS, ftc.
Pates cf Wild Game and DevUled Ham for Sand?
wiches and Luncheons.
49~3cnd for a catalogue.
WM. S. CORWIN ft CO.,
No. 275 King-.-treet,
Between Wentworth and U?:anfain,
Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, cornerJ?thStreet,
New York. Ortobor28
POR PAL AT KA. FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA AND JACKSON
.w, THF, FIRST-GA83 STEAMER
_g? DICTATOR, Captain CHAS. WILLEY,
w??Tsail trora Charleston ever.? tuesday Evening, at
Ei"ht o'clock, tor the above points.
The first-class Steamer CITY. POINT, Captain WM.
T ilcN'ELTr, will : ail from Ch. rlestou every Friday
Evening, al Eight o'eioefr, lor anove poiuL?.
(tonn*v.tinrr with th- C ntral Railroad at Savannah
for Mobile and Ne?-Orlean?, and with bbc Florida
Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Keys, at which
point steamers eonnect with New Orleans, Mobile,
Pensacola. Key Wost and H?vaai
Throuiih Bills Lading given for Freight to Mobile,
Pensacola and New Orleans.
Hath steamers oownteting with H. S. Hart's steam?
ers Oclawaha and Griffin f?r Silver Springs and Lakes,
Griffin, Euslis, Harris and Durham.
All freight piyaule on the wharf.
Hoods not removed at suuset will be stored at rislr
and expense ot owners.
For Freight or Passage engagemci t, apply to
J. D. AIKEN ft CO., Agents,
South Atlantic Wharf.
N. F.-No extra charge for Meals ami Staterooms.
Steamer City Point will touch at St. Mary's, Ge o.
going and returning each week.
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA.
CHARLESTOM AND S WANNAH STEAM PACKET
LINE, VIA BEAUX OR C AND HILTON HEAD,
THE ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD AND
CONNECTIONS FOR ALL POINTS IN
_ -IP0?*,? THE KI>E. FAST STEAMER
.tjnJ^Xr^zr. PILOT BOY. captain FENN PECK, wil
leave Charleston en Morr?ay and Friday Morning*, at
Fight o'clock. Returning, leaves Savannah on Wed
nesday and Saturday Mornings, at half-past Eight
For Freight or Papsago apply to
Deo mbcr 15 Accommcdatlon Wharf.
FOR NEW YORK.
REGULAR LINE EVERT THURSDA Y
PASSAGE REDUCED TO $13.
na THE STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA.
P. M. RAVENEL k CO.. Agents
ROCKVILLE, ENTERPRISE AND WAY LANDINGS
- -Jt^w THE STFAMER ST. HELENA,
?^NWS?L raptjin JAUXS G. RUMLEY, will leave
Thin Day, at Eleven o'clock A. M., and Edisto Tc
Night, at Eleven o'clock.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
JOHN H. MURRAY, Market Wharf.
The sieamer leaves a^ain Monday Night, at Twelve
o'clock, for Hutchinson and Fenwick Islands; return?
ing, leaves Edisto Wednctday, at One o'clock P. M.
NOTICE TU TRAVELLERS.
THE STEAM TUG BELIEF CAN
_?be engaged at moderate rates for par?
ties wi-liing to visit Forts Sumter and Moultrie,
Morris Island and other points of interest around
the Harbor. Also, Cooper and Ashley Rivers, thc
Phosphate Beds, ?o. Apply to
December 19 stuth Accommodation Wharf.
FOR BRUNSWICK, GA.
_ -jTT^w THE STEAMER "DWTATOR, "
--^-'.'.~trr=l^ Captain CHAJLLES W~I\JJJY, will touch
at Ons point every Wednesday, leaving Savannah a
Nine A. M., and on ber retara trip witt tonca there
an Saturday Afternoon, arriving back at Savannah
on Sunday Horning. J. D. AIKEN k CO.,
November 24 Agents.
CHRISTMAS EXCURSION TO SAVAN?
TBE GREAT M?TCHGAJ1E OF BASE BALL.
CHARLESTON ts. SAVANNAH.
THE STEAMER FANNIE WILL
_ms'xe an Excursion to Savpntiah, car?
rying the Alert Base Ball Club, stopping at Beaufort
Tickets can be procured at tbc Charleston, Pa?
vilion and Victoria Hotels, of Captain John Fergu?
son, and Members of tae duo.
The Steamer will leave Accommodation wharf on
Thur.dav, 34th instant, at 10 A. M. ; returning leave
Savannah oa Satur tag.
Fare for round trip-SIX DOLLARS.
CITY CHIMING.-OFFICE CLRltK
OF COUNCIL -Offers to do Ute CITY PRIN r
ING for tho ensuing year will be leeeived up to
Twelve o'clock M., on Tuesday, thc 2". th instant, at
By order. W. H. SUIIH.
December 24 6 Clerk of Council.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, DE?
CEMBER 23, 1869.-The City Council wiU, at
their next regular meeting, to be held on Tuesday,
the 29tb inst., proceed to an election for the various
Boards of Commissioners of Public Institutions to
servo for the ensuing year.
By order. W. H. >MITH,
December 24 Clerk of Counoil,
CITY HALL.-OFFICE CLEUK OF
COUNCIL, DECEMBER 23. 18G8.-The City
Council will, ot their next ropu cr meeting, to be
held on Tuesday, the 29th inst., r.roreod to au elec?
tion for thu following officers to serve tor thc ensuing
year, viz :
Clerk of Council, City Treasurer, City Inspector,
Harbormaster, Physician of the Orphan hons", Citv
Registrar, Six Physicians for the Health Department,
Six Measurers of Wood and Lumb rt nud inspecter
.f Naval Stores, Two City Apothecaries, Flour In?
spector, Two Guagcrs ol Liquors, Two Inspectors
Naval Stores, Coroner, Superintendent of the. P bile
Cemetery, Five Port Wardens, Keeper ot Ti 'al
Drains, Two Chimney Contractors.
Hy order ol Council. W. H. SMITH,
Dccmber 24 Clerk ol Council.
PROCLA3IATIO.V-BY GEORGE \V.
CLARK, MAYOR.-S I ATE OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA, CITY OF C Q AI : LB ST O N.-Wherta*. it ia ex?
pressly provided by an ordinance ratified tba iota
November, 1804, that "Ne person or portons shall
fire any squibs, crackers, or other fireworks, within
tho city, exeept at times ol public rejoicings, and at
such places ? hon aa4 where the Ma vor, for td : time
being, may permit by lisent under his han f; or
f hali fire any eua, pistol, or other firearms, within
the limits of th? city, unless it bc on tho Menalon of
some military parade, an4 then bv tho order ot nome
officer bevin? the eoninasnd, undara penalty of teu
dollars for tack and every offence."
And whereas serious aoeidents may oteur. bj rea?
son sf the firing of squibs, tracker-, pisto's, gun*
ard other fireworks, ia frequented thoroughfares:
New, therefore, to thein tent thal a reason ?ole indul?
gence, as contemplated by thc above quoted ordi?
nance, may be afforded to all persons ut amusing
themselves within such limits ss may aol interfere
with tko safety of vehicles, and comfort und security
of passenger!" in the public sfertsta, I, GEORGE W.
CL A RX. Aiaynr of Charleston, do proclaim and an
l ounee that the firing or squibs, crack*- ?. guns, pis?
tols and other fireworks, wiU be allowed in the fol?
io *isg plates, and ne ether, viz: White Point Ger?
den, the west end of Broad and fradd streets, Hamp?
stead Mall, Aiken Cqufsre, Wragg squnrs. and the
Burnt District-and in ne lana, street, or ailey what
soever. And I hareby invoke all good citizens to
concur with the authorities in enforcing these just,
reason able and necessary regulation t, th? violation
of which may be attended with much injur?eos eon
ecquenees; aud every law and order-loving oitisen
is requested and enjoined to report to either of the
peiiee atatdensall parties guilty of such violations.
Witness my hand. Uti; twenty-first day of Decem?
ber, A. 0.18M.
By the Mayer: GOO. W. CLARK, Mayor.
W. H. > st ITO, Clerk ol Connell. December 22
SPECIAL ORDICR. -MAYOR'S OFFICE,
CITY HALL, CHARLESTON, S. C., DECEM?
BER 4, 1808.-From and after tho above date, all
purchases made tor ti e City, except for such insti?
tut-cms as are under the management of a Board of
CoBininioners, most te through an order properly
signe 1 by the party or parries so purchasing, and
countersigned by the MAYOR. Tho bills, when pre?
sented fer po, v nient, must be accompanied by the
order above mentioned, otherwise th ev will not be
considered. GEO. W. CLARK, Mayor.
By order of the Mayor. W. H. ^MITH,
December 4 Clerk of Council.
OFFICE OF CAPTAIN OF POLICE,
MAIN GUARDHOUSE, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
DECEMBER 22,1863.-1 he following articles have
been recovered by the Detectives. If not chimed
thev will be sold at auction to pay expanses:
't hree GOLD WATCHES; one Fob Chain, Seil
attached; ono Guard Chain, Watch K*y attached;
four silver Watches; one Ur..ss Watch; one Galvan?
ized Silver Watch; one Cigar Holder and Case; two
Steel Chains; two Ear Bings: one Kronen; three
Breastpins; two Firemen's Badges; one Bracelet;
two Inii urion .-ilver Chains.
C. B. SIGWALD.
December 21 5 Culef of Police.
TAPPER WARDS GUARDHOUSE, DB
U CRM BER 1?, 1868.- Taken up going at large,
contrary to City Ordinance, a DARK RBD COW,
with horns, the points tawed off.
Thc nt.ove Cow having been advertised five days,
will bc sold O') Saturday next. 2t5tu inst., at Upper
WardsGunrdhoUfi, at three o'olock P. M., to pay
expenses, unless sooner called for by omer.
C. H. SIGWtLD, .
December 22 Chief Police.
CITV BADGES.-OFFICE OP CITY
TREASURER, DECEMBER 19, ls69.-Sealed
proposals will bc received at this oflUcc until Tweb e>
o'clock M. of the 23d instant, for tho following
RADGES, painted and lettered as of the patterns to
be seen at this office, to wit: 6 0 cart License, 200
Private Cart License, 30 Urcod cart License, and 5 0
Hack License. S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
LIQUOR LICENSED-OFFICE CLERK
OF COUNCIL, CU Y HALL. DECEMBER 18.
1868.-All persons desirous nt' taking our LIQ COB
LICENNEM NOS 1 and .', to date from 1st January,
1969, must apply at myome" fir the nrorssary pa?
pers this Day, 21st instunt. The o.hce will be
open during thc week lor all applicants, and closed
on the Saturday following.
W. H. s-MITH, Clerk of Council.
OFFICE OF CAPTAIN OF POLICE,
MAIN GUA BD H OUSE, CHARL! SION. S. C.,
December 19, 1868.-'1 he following rxtract from City
Ordinance is hereby published i r gore al informa?
tion, c. 8. itlGWALD,
' pitalu ot Police.
"No person or persons shall Bro ?nv t ;uit-?, crock?
ers or other fbewnrks, witina ibe elt7, exrspt at
time-1 ot pubic rcjoi-ings, aud-.: swb r aces winn
and where tbc Mayor, for the tim . bciu?, any per?
mit by license, under lu* hs nd; ?ir -lull fi e any
gun. pistol, or other firearm*, within th*-limit* of
i he citv, unless it be on occasion of <0't<c military
purade, and then bv the nrder of sumo officer having
thc command, under a penalty Oi len co?aid for
euch und every offen, e "
December io 12
yrriLBi'R & SON.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS;
No. 39 Broad street. C harleston. S. C.
Borrow mid loan money, attend to collection of
rem*, -cd all manner o? claim.-.
J'.i'y 13 uiwtj c