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in repairing highways and bridges;
and shalt, annually, on or beforo the
said fifteenth day of January, make
oat a tax bill for each surveyor, con
\ faining the amount of tax to be laid
? out by him in his district, with the
amount of each person's tax annexed
to his name,., accompanied with a
warrant, signed by some Justice of
the Peace of tho town, authorizing
suoh surveyor to collect suoh tax;
and the Selectmen shall doliver tho
several tax bills to tho respective sur?
veyors and take their receipts for tho
XLiVII. Each person who shall
furnish work on the highways in pay?
ment of his highway lax assessed by
the Selectmen shali be allowed, fora
good band, nt the rate of ten cents
for eaoh hour; and tho several towns
at the annual meeting, and in case of
their neglect, the Selectmen may
establish thc price to be allowed for
teams, carriages and tools to be em?
ployed in making repairs; and in case
of the failure of both the town and
Selectmen to establish such prices, it
shall be the duty of the highway sur?
veyor of the district to make such
allowances for the uso of teams, car?
riages and tools as shall bc equitable
XLVm. Tho Selectmen shall di?
vide their respective towns into a
Sufficient number cf highway districts
to be convenient for repairing high?
ways,, and may, from time to timo,
alter tho same; and it shall bc thc
duty bf each surveyor of highways to
superintend the expenditure of tho
highway' tax, and to take charge of
and keep in repair at all times tho
highways in his district; and ho shall
bo responsible to tho town for any
damages which may be sustained by
tho town through fault or neglect of
the discharge of his duty.
XLIX. For the purpose of keeping
the? highways and bridges in repair,
the several towns in this State, at
their annual meeting, or at any other
legally warned meeting for that par?
p?se, may raise by vote a tax of such
a per cent, on tho list of such town
as such meeting may think necessary,
in addition to the tax assessed by the
Selectmen, to be paid in labor and
expended in the several highway dis?
tricts: Provided, That if, iu the judg?
ment of the Selectmen of the town,
any of the highway districts of sud
town shall not require tho whole
amount of the tax accruing from thc
list of tho highway district to bo ex
ponded within itsli rnits, it shall heap
propriated in any part of such distric
where the Selectmen shall direct.
L. Tho surveyor of the several dis
triots, after receiving their severa
tax bills and warrants, shall proceec
to give notico to the several person:
liable to pay taxes in their district
of the amount of their taxes, and o
the timo and placo in which, au<
teams, carriages and tools with which
they are required to pay their taxe
in labor; but no person shall be lin
ble to furnish any team, carriage o
tool of which he is not the ownei
except hoes, shovels or spades.
LT. Such notice may be given t
all persons resident in the town, eithe
personally or by written notice left a
their usual residence, and to non
residents by a written notice left with
or at the rcsidenco of, their tenants
agents or other persons having th
care of their property; all of whic
notices shall be at least three day;
aud in case of persons residing out c
tho town, at least ten days, before th
time appointed for them tocommenc
their work; and if such non-residenl
^ shall have no tenant or agent in tb
town, notice may be posted up i
some public or conspicuous place i
tho district; and the surveyors sha
make and keep a miuute of the tim
and manner in which the notice sha
LIL Any person, after he has con
menced working in payment of h
highway tax, shall bc subject to tl
direction of tho surveyor, as to tl
time when, and tho places where, h
tax shall bo paid and laid out i
LIU. At least three-fourths of tl
highway tax in any town, payable i
labor, shall bo oollected and laid 01
between the fifteenth day of Jannai
and tho first day of May, and tl
remainder between tho first day <
September aud tho first day of X
vember iu each year, except as her
LIV. On any extraordinary occ
sion, when any bridgo or high wi
shall be destroyed or impaired so
to require immediate repairs, or sh.'
be obstructed so as to require imm
diate labor to remove tho obstructio
it shall be the duty of the survey
forthwith to causo tho highway
bridgo to bo repaired, or tho obstT
tioa removed; and he may for th
purpoao call npon and notify ai
inhabitants of the District to affo
him tho necessary aid, or may hi
other laborers, or employ otl
means to open or repair tho big
ways and bridges; and in such ct
tho notico shall be deemed sufficic
to any person owing taxes payable
??in District, in ordor to maka h
liable for r.?glect to pay his tax
money, if such notice shall bo giv
six hours previous to tho time wi
ho is required to appear and lab
If any person shall, in such cn
perform labor more than sufficient
pay tho taxes duo from him, or i
person not indebted for taxes si
perform labor, thc amount of st
I labor, or the balanco, may bo credi
to such person towards his highv
tax the succeeding year.
LY. I? in suoh casu any surveyor
shall, for tho space of twelve hoars
after application made to him for
that purpose, neglect to call upon the
inhabitants of his District, or use
other proper measures to repair or
open the highway or bridge which
may be out of repair or obstructed,
he shall forfeit and pay to the Select?
men of tho town, to be oxponded in
repairing highways in suoh District,
the sum of ten dollars, with costs, to
bo collected in tho nnmo of the town,
unless snob surveyor shall show
sufficient reason for such neglect.
LVL If in such case any inhabi?
tant of any District, whoso namo
shall he on the tax bill of such Dis?
trict, whether auy tax shall bo duo
from him or not, shall for the space
of six hours after being called on, or
notified, by tho surveyor for that
purpose, without sufficient reason,
neglect to turn out and assist in re?
pairing or opening such highway or
bridge as he shall be required, ho
shall forfeit and pay to tho Selectmen
of tho town the sum of threo dollars,
to be collected and expended as pro?
vided in the preceding section.
Li VII. If any persou against whom
a surveyor shall havo a tax payable
iu labor shall neglect, after beiug no?
tified, as provided in this Act, to
work ont his tax, shall be liable to
pay his tax in money; aud tho sur?
veyor ahali proceed to collect tho
same, and shall havo all tho power
which the County Treasurer has by
law to collect State taxes; and shall
proceed in the same manner iu the
collection, and shall havo tho same
LVIII. It shall be the duty of each
surveyor to lay out, in such mannet
as ho may think beneficial, in making
and repairing highways in his dis?
trict, all moneys collected by him iii
his tax bill, or received in any other
way for that purpose.
LIX. Each surveyor shall koot
fair and regular accounts of all laboi
performed and all moneys receivec
and expended in his District, and of
the labor that may have been per?
formed by any persons over and above
their taxes, and make return of hi;
accounts to the Selectmen annually
iu the month of December. And il
shall be the duty of such surveyor t<
pay over to the Selectmen any money
which may remain in his bauds nu
expended; and any moneys whicl
may be so received from tho surveyo
shall be paid over by tho Solcctmoi
to the succeeding surveyor, to be ex
pended in the same District; an<
when any persons shall have over
paid their taxes, in labor or other
wise, the balance shall be credited b
such persons ou their taxes for th
LX. If any surveyor shall hov
failed to collect the taxes cou tai nc<
in his tax bill, as required by law
or if he shall fail to \)ay over an
moneys which he may have collecte
and not expended, the Selectme
may proceed against him in thc sam
maimer, as provided by law, in th
case of delinquent County Treasui
ers or collectors of taxes.
LXI. If any person receive or su
fer bodily injury or damago in hi
property through a defect or want c
repair or of sufiicient railing in c
upon a highway, causeway or bridge
ho may recover in nu action of tori
of the Couuty, Town, Village or Cit
by law obliged to repair the samt
the aruouut of damage sustaine
thereby, if such Count}-, Town, Vi
Iago or City had reasonable notice <
the defect, want of repair or of sufi
cient railing, or if thc same had OJ
isted for tho space of twenty-fot
hours previous to occurrence of tl:
injury or damage; but no such dan
age shall be recovered by a perso
whose carriage and load thereon e:
coeds the weight of six tons.
LXII. If before the entry of a
action provided for in thc precedin
Section, tho defendant tenders to tl:
plaintiff the amount which ho won!
bo entitled to recover, together wit
all legal costs, and the plaintiff doc
not accept the same, and does in
recover upon the trial more than tl
sum so tendered, the defendant sha
recover his costs.
LXIII. If a town neglect to repa
any of the ways or bridges which
is by law obliged to keep in ropai
or neglect to make the same; safe ai:
convenient, such town shall be liab
to indictment and line as tho Cou
in its discretion may order; aud tl
fine imposed in such case shall 1
certified to tho County Cominissio
ers by tho Clerk of tho Court, wi
shall assess the same upon tho list
such town, and the same shall bo cc
lectod in tho same manner ns pr
vided by law for State or Coun
taxes; and tho samo, when collecte
shall bo laid out under tho directi<
of tho County Commissioners in t
repair of highways and bridges in t
LX?V. The Selectmen shall ca
receive for services performed und
this Act, oue dollar and fifty cor
per day; Town Clerks sholl recoi
for attendance on any town meeti
ono dollar and fifty cents per dt
and for making np records and
cording all such matters and thit
an by law ho is required to rcco:
tho some fees os are now allowed b
Register of Mcsne Conveyance; Hi<
way Surveyors shall receivo fi ftc
cents per hour for timo necessar
employed iu discharging tho dut
required by this Act.
LXV. lu tho construction of t
or any other statute, the follow:
rules shall bo observed, unless st
?construction Bhnll bo inconsistent 1
with the manifest intent of thc L?gis?
lature, or repugnant tc tho context of
the same, that is to say :
1st. .The word "town" may be con?
strued to iuoludo tho word "town?
2d. Tho word "highway" may in?
clude "bridges," and shall be equiva?
lent to tho words "County way,"
"County road," "State road" and
3d. The word "oath" shall include
"affirmations," in cases where bylaw
an affirmation maybe substituted Tfor
an oath, and in liko cases the word
"sworn" may include the word
I 4th. Tho words "preceding" and
following," when used by way of re?
ference to any section of statutes,
shall mean the section next preceding
or next following, unless some other
section is expressly designated in such
5th. Words purporting to give a
joint authority to threo or more pub?
lic officers, or other persons, shall bo
construed as giving such authority
to a majority of snell officers or per?
Gth. The word "sworn," when ap?
plied to public officers, shall bo con?
strued as referring to tho oath pre?
scribed by tho Constitution.
. LXVI. This Act shall not be con?
strued to interfere with the char?
tered rights of any city or villago
heretofore existing in this Stato; but
all chartered cities and villages, ex?
cept tho city of Charleston, shall bo
included in and form a part of the
townships established nuder Sections
ll and 12 of au Act entitled "Au Act to
defino tho jurisdiction and duties of
LXVII. That so much of tho first
and tenth Sections of tho Act entitled
"An Act to define the jurisdiction
and duties of County Commissiou
ors" ns rolatcs to roads, highways and
bridges, shall bo construed as giving
authority to County Commissioners
to exercise alli tho powers herein
given to towns or town officers over
the same, when such towns or town
I officers cannot or unreasonably ne?
glect or refuse to excrciso such pow?
LXVin. This Act shall take effect
as to each township on and after
completion of tho duties assigned to
County Commissioners, under Sec?
tions ll and 12 of an Act entitled
"Au Act to define tho jurisdiction
and duties of County Commission?
LXIX. All Acts and parts of Acts
inconsistent with this Act, or sup?
plied by it, are hereby repealed; and
all offices, by whatever namo known,
tho functions and powers of which
are conferred upon officers or per?
sons named in this Act, shall, upon
the same going into effect as herein
provided, be abolished.
In tho Senate House, the twenty
sixth day of September, in the
year of our Lord ono thousand
eight hundred and sixty-eight.
President of tho Senate.
F. J. MOSES, JR.,
Speaker House of Representatives.
R. K. SCOTT, Governor.
CALL ai <'. P. JACKSON'S, and look at
tho now stylo of DRESS SKIRTS.
October 17 _
Ol' orcry ttvle and price, now oponed
at C."F. JACKSON'S, from '25 cents
to $2 a yard. October 17
BUTTONS, Ribbone, Velvets, Silks,
Braids, Cloves, Hosiery, at
October IT C. F. JACKSON'S.
A. Mew Lot
OF F.DCINOS, Insortinfcs and Infant's
Waists, nt ovcry price and quality, at
October 17 * C. F. JACKSON'S.
LATEST STYLUS OF
AND IIOHtt JEWELRY,
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OE
WATCHES, JEWELRY, .Sic.
Some more of thoso FIFTY CENTS
Call and seo, at
Sign of tho Green Specke,
Oat 15 Main street, Columbia. S. C.
New Buckwheat Flour.
5BARRELS BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
5 barrols Golden Syrup.
For salo by E. A- G. D. HOFE.
New No. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel,
IN KITTS, Qnartor, Half and Wholo
LOO boxes No. 1 and Scaled Herrings.
For salo low, by E. ?k G. D. HOPE.
??nw im-iuij?!' !T rir - rn--" **mmr*i^>?
MADRID, October 16.-A decree or?
dering an eleotion for the Cortes in
different departments exolades slaves.
WAROTNOTON, October 16.-The
latest advices from Indiana leave
Voorhoes' eleotion doubtful, but de?
feat George W. Julian, author of
several, and tho supporter of all, the
8evoro measures against tho South.
Privato despatches from Indiana
render it almost certain that Voor?
hoes and J lilian are elected, and fix
Baker's majority at 1,000.
3 P. M.-Tho latest returns from
Indiana give Baker 500majority-ono
County unheard from, which wont
Republican last year. Voorhees'
election is now doubtful. Julian's
District is also close, but is claimed
for tho Democrats.
CHARLESTON, October 1G.-Arrived
-steamer James Adger, Now York;
barquo Helen Sands, Boston.
NEW ORLEANS, October 16.-Tho
Times and Picayune, of to-day, pub?
lish leaders, advising a chango of
candidates-taking their cue from the
New York World.
ATLANTA, October 16.-Tho Demo?
cratic Executive Committee of Geor?
gia issued tho following to-day:
It having been represented by the
Republican speakers iu the present
canvass, that the Southern people
favor tho re-establishing of slavery in
their respectivo States, depriving
them of the right of suffrage; for the
purpose of mooting this allegation
and giving it a positive denial, it is
resolved by the Central Committee of
tho Democratic party of Georgia,
representing the people of tho State,
that the charge is unequivocally false;
and for tho evidence that they do not
desire tho re-establishing of slavery,
aud could not effect it if they would,
they refer to the fact that this State
has ratified tho amendment to thc
Constitution of tho United States
forever abolishing slavery and in?
voluntary servitude, except for crime,
whereof tho party shall bo legally
convicted. That wo reiterate the
positions taken by this Committee
iu their late address, aud by report of
tho Committee on tho state of the
Republic, adopted by the House of
Representatives in tho Legislature of
this State, on tho 26th ult. ; also en?
dorse an address of General Robert
E. Lee and others, in response to the
letter of General Roseucranz. That
we submit to the present status of
the colored raco among us, and will
protect them, to tho extent of our
power, in tho right nf suffrage, se?
cured to them by the Constitution of
tho United States and amendments
thereto, and tho Constitution aud
laws of this Statt?.
(Signed) E. C. CABANISS,
SARATOGA, October 16.-Tho Old
School Presbyterian Synod of Albany
has passed resolutions unanimously
favoriug tho uniou of the old and
PHILADELPHIA, October 16.-The
returns of tho judges have been in?
terrupted in tho count by a manda?
mus from the Court of Common
Pleas, directing them not to complete
totals until further orders, as the
court is investigating informalities in
certain precincts. Fox's majority is
1,070. _^ _
Afluir* In Washington.
WASHINGTON, October 16.-Four
Senators and eleven Representatives
aro here. Wade and Colfax ad?
journed both Houses to tho 10th of
Tho following is an answer to a
despatch from this city, asking
whether thc proposition for a change
in candidates was prompted by the
Now York Democracy:
NEW YORK, October 15.
To Jonah I). Hoover, Washington.
No authority or possibility to
change front. All friends consider
it totally impracticable, and equiva?
lent to disbanding our forces. We
of New York aro not panic-stricken.
Signed by S. J. Tilden, August
Belmont aud Augustus Schell.
General Hooker has been placed
on tho retired list, with full Major
(.'I.V AIVCIAI, AM) CO.IIMEKCIAL.
NEW YORK, October 1G-Noon.
Money easy, at 6(^7. Sterling 0j)?.
Gold 37)4. 'Flour steadier. Wheat
l(<i>2c. better. Corn quiet and firm.
Mess pork 28.00. Cotton a shade
firmer, nt 25)?. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Cotton firmer; sales
2,800 bales, at 2BJ??25??. Flour
drooping and unchanged. Wheat
2@3c. better. Corn lo. better. Mess
pork 28.05. Lard?steady. Whiskey
email@example.com?. Porto Rico sugar 11>.<
(o,V2}.?. Freights unchanged. Gold
37.''4. ~ Southern bonds improving.
BALTIMORE, October 16.-Cotton
quiet, at 25. Flour activo, but
prices favor buyers. Grain at yes?
terday's prices. South Carolina
bonds, now, 17 bid.
CINCINNATI, Ootober 16.-Whiskey
irregular, nt 1.25. Mess pork 30.25.
Bacon dull-shoulders 13; clear
aides 17. Lord doll, nt 18??.
CHARLESTON, Ootober 16.-Cotton
advanced )?c; sales 1,300 bales
middlings 23; receipts 682.
MoniLR. Ootober IC.-Cotton firm;
sales 850 bales-middlings 23@23).?';
SAVANAH, OuLube? 10.-Cotton
firm and in good demand-middling
24(^4^; sides 808 bales; receipts
' AUGUSTA, October 10.-Cotton
market quiet; sales 300 bales; re?
ceipts 516-middling 23@23>?; sales
of the week 2,383; receipts 4,355.
NEW ORLEANS, October 10.-Cot?
ton active and better-middlings
23%; sales 4,000 bales; receipts
3,982; exports 1,030; sales of the
week 17,700; stock;48,090. Gold 38.
Sugar and molnsseslfirm and steady.
Flour-high grades dull; superfine in
demand; at firstname.lastname@example.org; treblo extra
email@example.com. Corn unchanged, at
1.02(0)1.10. Mess pork firm, nt
32.25. Bacon quiet-shoulders 13>.i;
LONDON, October 10-3 P. M.
Consols 9-4%. Bonds 72%.
LIVERPOOL, October 10-3 P. M.
Cotton steady; stock afloat 492,000;
of which American is 17,000. Sales
of the week 80,000 bales: export
18,000; speculation 11,000; stock
407,000 bales, of which American
LIVERTOOL, October 10-Evening.
Cotton quiet and steady.
HAVRE, October 10.-Cotton 135.
Report for Week ending Friday, Oct. IC
Pnozxrx OFFICE, COLUMBIA, Oct. [17.
There has been a good demand for cotton
during the past wed;, at prices ranging
fro H 23@2-l.? for middlings. At tho close
of tho week, the unfavorable accounts
from Liverpool caused a slight decline,
and wo now quote middlings at 22A@23.
The eales of tho week have been 307 bales,
as follows: IS at 211; 33 at 21$: 01 at ?2; 52
at 221; 78 at 22h ; 60 at 22|; 37 at 22; ; 19 at
2:; 9 at 23 l-lor; 29 at 23; ll at 231.
All other articles of country produce aro
in good demand, at full prices.
Wliolexalr Priers Current.
COBItKCTED WEEKLY. BY
rai:COLUMBIA BOARD OF TRADE.
APPLES-Por bushel.1 00 ?1 25
BAGGING-Ounnv, per va rd.. 25 0 28
Bundoo " .. ? 30
BALL ROPE-Manilla, per lb.. 20 ?
N.Y.or West." 10? 15
BUTTER-Northern, per lb.. 50 ?
Countrv, " .. 25 ? 30
BACON-Hams, per lb. 23 ? 2-1
Sides " . 19 ? 20
Shoulders, " . 1?J? 171
BLICKS-Per 1,000.9 00? 12 00"
CANULES-Sperm, per lb_ 37 ? 45
Adamantine, " .. 21 ? 22
Tallow, " .. 18 @ 20
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. .1 SO ?1 00
COTTON-Strict Middling, pr lt) 221?
Middling, " 22 ?
Low Middling, " 20 ?
tiood Ordinary, " ?
Ordinary, " @
CHEESE-English Dairv, per lb20 ? 23
faotorv, 19 ? 20
COFFEE-Rio, por lb . 22 ? 2G
Laguayra, ". 2? ? 30
Java. * '. - 37 ? 40
i FLOUR-Country, per bbl. .13 00?14 00
Northern*..14 00^15 00
GRAIN-Corn,per bush.1 15? 1 25
Wheat, " .2 25?3 00
Oats, .SO ?90
Peas, " .1 00? I 10
HAY-Nor Hiern, per cwt.
Eastern " .
I HIDES-Dry, per lb.12J? IS
Green. " . S
INDIGO-Carolina.1 00(71 25
LAUD-Per lb.22 ? 24
LUMBER-Boards, ? er ll C ft.. 1 50
Sea Ming, 14 1 50
Shingles, per 1,090.. 2 75
LIME-Por bbl.2 70?2 80
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon. 55?G0
New Orleans, " 1 00?l 25
Sugar House. " . ..75@1 25
NAILS-Per keg.0 0007 00
ONIONS-Per bushel.1 25?2 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 50? 55
Machinery " _ 75? 1 00
POTATOES -Irish, per bush) Ll 50?2 00
Sweet, " ". 75? 80
RICE-Carolina, per lb. 9? 12$
East India, " .
Silver.I 30?1 35
SHOT, per bag. 3 25?3 50
SALT-Liverpool, per sack... .2 50?2 75
SOAP-Per lt.7A? ll
SPIltlTS-Alcohol, per gall ?n G 00
Brandv, .I oo?p2 oo
Holland Gin, " ...5 oo@7 00
American " " . ..3 5??4 00
Jamaica Rum, " . . 0 0U?7 00
N. E. " " .. 3 50?3 75
Bourbon WM '.;. v,. .3 50?4 '.0
Monongahela " . .3 75?4 00
Rectified " .. .2 50@2 75
SUGAR-Crushed, pe/ii.. IS?
Powdered, .. . IS?
Brown. " .121? IC*
STARCH- - Per lb.10? 12j |
TUA-Green, per lb.1 00?2 On
Black, " .1 00? 1 50
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.... 50? 1 25
Smoking, .' .50@1 (JO
VINEGAR-Wino, per gallon... .70? 75
Cider, _50? CO
French, " . .1 25@1 50
WINI'. -Champagne, per baskct.25?32 00
Port, per gallon.3 00?5 00
Sherry, " .3 50@G 00
.Madeira, " .3 50?6 00
MEATS Pork, por lb. 15.}
Boof, ". 8 ?12
Mutton, " . 12)
POULTKY-Turkeys, por pair.
Ducks", " .
Chickens, " .25@30
Geese. " ....
TO SE INSt
H. E. NJ CH
IS A POSITIVE
SINCE tho war, wo havo paid to our citlz
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS,
naving thus saved that large sum to a c
roadv to savo more; and we submit that tin
MILLIONS OF DOLLA KS wo represen
necessary to st euro it.
INSURE AND BE SAFE
Wo roprosont thc following Companies, al
<tl'EEN, ot Liverpool and Loiuloi?
UNDEH WH1TKUV AGENCY, of New
KORT H AMERICAN, "
HOME, of New Huven.
PUTNAM, of Hartford.
UNION, of Baltimore.
GEORGIA HOME, of Colombm, ?cor
ALUEMA11LE, of WunrloRwrltl*'* Vif)
SOUTHERN MUTUAL, of Athen?, Oro
Tho following buying rate? of South Ca?
rolina Bank Notos, la prepared by Gregg,
Palmer & Co., Brokera:
Bank of Camdon.25
Bank of Charleston.25
Bank of Chester.7
Bank cf Georgetown.5
Bank of Newberry.35
Bank of South Caroliua.8
Bank of State of South Caroliua, [old,]..IS
Bank of State of South Caroliua, [new,]. 1
Bank of Hamburg.10
Planters' Bank. 4
Farmers aud Exchange Bank..... 1
South-Western Railroad nani;, [old,]_25
Planters and Mechanics...1G
Violation of Internal Revenue Laws.
^ ,,J???B,LEVIN? AUCTIONEER.
On MONDAY, October 26, in frontof Jacob
Levin's auction Room, I will sell tho
following articles, seized for violation of
1 8TILL. Cap and 2 Worms.
1 BARREL, containing-gallons of
Singlings. A. S. WALLACE,
October 17 8tu3_Collector.
In the District Court of the United
States, for the District of Routh.
ID the matter of T~dm R. Shuter, Bank?
BY virtuo" of an order obtained from
Georgo S. Bryn;,-, Judge of tho Dis?
trict Court of tho. Uuited States, for the
District of Sooth Carolina, I will sell, or.
tho FIRST MONDAY in November nfxt, at
tho residence of said bankrupt, in Lexing?
ton District, all his real and personal es?
tate, consisting of some very lino'LANDS,
plats of which maybe seen at thy offica,
and will be exhibited on day of salo".
TERMS OF SALE.-Caeh, in United States
currencv. Tnrchaser to pay for papers
and stamps.-* HESRY A. MEETZ,
i Oct 10 j_Assignee.
I MUNICIPAL ?LECTION*
STATE OE SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA, October IG, 1868.
IN pursuance of an Act of tho General
Assemblv, paeso.1 September 25th,
! 18GS, an Election will be hold on tho se
I cond TUESDAY of Novembor, being the
1 tcuth day thereof, in all Incorporated
1 Cities and Town8 of this State, Tor tho
; Election of nil Officers provided for by the?
; Charters of tho'said Cities and Towna.
The Mauagera of Elections, appointed
in pursuance of an Act to provide for the
; next general election, are authorized aud
required to conduct tho Municipal Elec?
tions aforesaid, until otherwise provided
for by law.
Tho qualifications of an Elector shall be
thoae required by the Copatitution, to?
gether with a reaidenco of eixty days,,
next preceding the Election, within tue
corporate limita of tho City or Town, and ?
that he hus been duly"registered in the? ?
! Ward or Precinct in which ho offers tc* Sj
The Managers of Elecliona shall open
i their respectivo polling places for throe
' days, next preceding the day of election,
, fron. 7 A. M. to 5 P. M., for the purpose of
! registering (he names of tho qualified
j eitel.-. und their places of rcsidenco.
i All bar-rooms and drinking saloons in
the Town or City where auch Election is
held, sha'! bc closed on tho day of Elec?
tion; and any person who Bhall sell to any
person any intoxicating drinks on the day
of Election, shall bo guilty of a niiade
mcanor, and, on conviction thereof, shrill
he fined, in a aum uot less than one hun
I dred dollars, nor more than three hundred
j dollars, or be imprisoned, for a poriod uot
. lesa than one mouth, nor more than six
Tho Managers of Elections aa aforesaid,
and each of them, ure hereby required,
after duo publication, and with strict re?
gard to tho provisions of tho Constitution
and of the laws of tho St.ite, touching
their duty in Bach case, to cause tuen
Elections* to be held in their respective
Cities and Towns, on the day aforesaid;
and to take nil the necessary steps for the
holding c' auch Elections, and for the
ascertaining and determining the persons
who shall hava been duly elected thereat.
Giver, under my hand anil tho seal of tho
Stato, in tho City of Columbia, this
ICth day of October, in the Year of
our Lord one thousand eight hun
[r.. s.] dred and sixty-eight, and in tho
. ninety-third year ot tho Independ?
ence t?f the United States of Anit-vi
R. K. SCOTT. Governor.
F. L. CAF.LOZA, Sec'y Of State.
1 The Charleston Courier, Abbeville L'in
uer, Anderson Intelligencer, Barnwell Sen
thiel, Benuottsvillo Journal, Camden Jour?
nal, Chcraw Advertiser, Chester 'Standard,
Florry Sentinel, Darlington Southerner,
Edgotleld Advertiser, Georgetown '?'mes,
Greenville Mountaineer, Elngatrto Star,
Laurensville Herald, Lancaster Ledger,
Clarendon Banner, Marion Star, Newberry
Herald, Orangebnrg Xe>rs, Keoweo Cotr
rier, Pendleton Gaeitte, Spart?ubi?rg Ifae
?.ress, Sumter Watchman. Unionvdle Times.
Fairfield Herald, Yorkvillo Enquirer,-Trill
pleaso publish the above proclamation.'
once, and send copy aud hill to tho ofnea
of Secrotary of Stato. October 17 J8
OLS & CO.,
! GUARANTEE !
ens, for Losses by Fire, about XIKKTY
:onimunity tao reduced to lose it, we stand
. comiort and protection of tho TWP.HTY
t, is more than W?rth the small outlay
-FIRES WILL HAPPEN.
1 of which occupy the vory firat rank iu tho
.A*?tt?, $10,000,000 In Cold?
Vor k. ? 3,300,000
. ? 1,500,000
. .? 700,000
. 4? 3,000,000
... ? 700,000
'? 500 .OOO
gla .. um.ooo
rgte. ? pO4>?000
I. E. NICHOLS & CO., Agents,
OV?R AGNEWS COLUMBIA; S. C.
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