Newspaper Page Text
ta~ LARGESTCIRC?LA?KN - TU-- *IL:? SLW.?
CLING IEE NLWtPAlLR OTTItlALLI RECOG
KlSLL AS HAVING .HE LARGEST C LUC ? LA HON
IN TUE C'TT OF CHARL I .-TON, IL'CLTsHLS THE
LIST OF LETTERS REM.VINING IN THE POSTOF
FICE Al THE LND OF EACH WELE, nCCOHDING
TO THE PROVISIONS OF I HE NEW P.. STOFFICE
THUESDAl -M^KNINi^NOVEMBER 21, 1SG7.
AUCTION SALE* THIS DAY.
T. M. CATER will ?eil at 9< o'clock, butter,
Hub SDBAHE will sell, at 10 o'clock, dry poods
cloth ng, ?cc.
JZTFUBDS & Co. will soli at 9J o'clock, haras,
shoulder.-, atr.ps, &c.
ii IXLIOAI* <fc Sox will ?oil at 10 o'clock, fur?
J. & F. DAWSON will eolL at V o'clock, flour,
JOHN O. MTLNOB & Co. will sell at 10 o'c.ock
taney worst cl goods, clothing, ?tc.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL will sell, at 10 o'clock,
dry Roods, Ac.
OUB NEW HEADLNO.-Our readers will havo no?
ticed tho fresh and hai.dsomo appoaranco of thc
head-line of TEE CHAIULESTON DAUM NEWS ibis
mo.ning. Thia now and comely lott. ring is sig?
nificant ol tho now cneigy and tact which wo arc
determined to infuso imo every dopartment of our
papor. "Onward 1" is our motto and wo aball
never pauso in our ende avora, until, by successive
improvements, THE N.?WS, typographically and
otherwise, shall have become worthy of that gene?
ral and hearty support which it ia now receiving
at the banda of tho public
Otra THANKS aro due Mr. DeLacy of tho Mills
Houso Eook Stand for late Aloa of English and
Northern papers. _ . _ _ ft
THE Boston Courier etatos that tho Rev. Mr. A.
Toon:cr Perter ia ia tna; city, pleading Lr help to
educate and Caristiaaiaj the Southern nosroes.
In aa appeal ia one cf their churches ho stated
that r.n Amelia Llaud, i'la., on tho 1st of Januar..
1837, there were fourteen hundred froedmoii; since
that time there have been forty births and four
hundred recorded int?rnente.
THE''MAOOIE MITCHELL" AKD THE 'ELEANOB. '
No person connected with the lato race botweer
the Ehanor and Mackie Mitchell has received
any inlim .tion whatever aa to the nature of th?
decision to be rendered by Mr. James Gordon Bon
sett. As Boor: aa tho award ia made and the win?
ner declared an authoritative announcement will
be published; and, in the meanwhile, Ibo public
will do well to pay no at teutlon to mero rumors.
TEX BsmsH STEAMSHIP PIOXEEB_Thia s?,cam
.hip arrived herc yesterday, from New York, con?
signed to Messrs. W. B. Smith & Co., and will Le
placed on the berth immediately for Liverpool.
The Pioneer is a Brit.ali built vessel, constructed
of Iron, and rated Al a:. Lloyd's. Tao last season
abo made aa exoaUout trip from thia Dort to the
same place, and hrs proved herself an admirable
asa vesseL Snippers nould do wed to imm?diate*
ly mak.; their engagom nts, as tho supply of rjcm
BOAT STEALING seems tho fashion ia Savannah.
Ten ot tho crow of the ship Now England, just
about to start for Liverpool, having concluded to
desert, launched ono of the ship's bjuts off the
deck and made their es :ape. As nothing has been
seen of the boat in tho Savannah river, it is sup?
posed that they ere trying to uiako tueir way tc
Charleston. The boat is a val able one, and w.L
doubtless aol! well at some of tao plantations on
Another theft, by three sailors of a halt-decked
sad ooat belonging to air. Jacob Paulsen, is re?
Tas CHARLESTON THEATBX.-Messrs. Temple?
ton & B:o:.er have been unsparing in their ef?
forts to please the public in their t .catrical repre?
sentations, and, though labo.ing under many dis
advantjgjs, have su:ceedad in preaonting an eu*
tartaiumoat that dosarrea go-oral patronage. The
representations incroasa ea h night in iuterest,
and tho audiences are steadily growing larger.
Lastnjght the "So7jn Sisters" was played, ano
the leading ?adv, M SJ Van?, ooafirm d tho favor?
able impression that had Doon formed of her. Thc
Compaayis a good o in, and tho music is excel*
lent, although not numorioilly strong.
TBXMENDOUS SUCCESS OF ROBINSON'S CI ECUS.
The circa , wuioh nof has its mammoth pavilion
spread on tho Citadeftquaro, is, beyond compari?
son, the finest exatoition of the kind that has
viaitad Charloston ainco the oloso of the war. Ol
this fact cur pooplo have elven a most substantial
evidence. For the 1st two nights, allhrugh the
whole interior of the largo tent was fi.ted up with
seats from tho outer canvass to the very edge of
the ring, tho manager was oompollod to ordor thc
ticket o?fioe to bo closed before tho performance
had.fairly cjmmcncsd, so denso and overflowing
waa th] tbrj?? whian filed tho seats and every
available inch of standing room.
THE CONTENTION E LECTION.- Tho election
passed ell quietly, and, beyond tho dusky voters
few took any interest in the piuceediugs. At the
diff?rent polls the scenes woro the same is t ose
enacted on the previous day. With the cxcout.on
of tho Washington Eugine Hons 3, the polls looked
like banquet halls deserted, tba voters being tow
and their attendance irregular; but at that prc*
?linet there was a perfect blackberry Jam, thu
voters standing six and eight doep around the
iicuso. The crowd was, however, perfectly good
humored, and they evidently thong ut voting a
bigger Job than they had c vor done bofore. Tn ere
was no attempt at any disturba ce, and beyond
the inconvenience occasioned by tho absancc ol
tlx* freedmen from tho.r regular employments,
the election was ur.notiood. Tao hst vote has.
however, boon polled, and, strange to say, a
smaller number havo voted than were registered,
This diacropancy is singular when it is known that
at Bichmond and ether cities the opposite result
.was obtained. Ibero ia no Conservativo party m
this ?state-a.l are Black Republicans, cicd in thc
wool, and why they should reirain from "positiac
de ballot1' is unknown.
FRAUDULENT Vc TIN?.-A: samo of tho polls tho
dus?j voters were furnished with a plurality of
names, and tried them until they fou id one ti. at
fitted. The books cf registration wore oarofully
examined, and if the name first given was not
found on th? hat, others were offered, until a
lucky hit was midi), and the vote deposited. IQ
some oases no naot.o coull bo found, and tho in*
ventive genius of th? promising voter being et
fault, he was reluctantly compelled to withdraw
and try bis lue : r,t another poll. r.hrco ot tho
polls, the Palmetto, Stonewall and Washington
Engine Houses, were kept open beyond the oloslng
hour designated in the order, and a number of ad?
ditional votes wore received. According to the
rules by which elections were governed prior to
the war, those parties who neglected to deposit
thair votes before th) time appointed for closing
forfeited their privilege aa voters for that election;
hot In the present instant? the mo to appears to
have boen, 'The more the merrier." At tho Pal?
metto and Stonewall Bouses there was L?telo inter?
est manifested on tho subject until a late hour,
when the rush booamo general. The Washington
Engine House was crowded throughout the day,
and a very large autaber of votes were polled.
The voling yesterday was aa follows:
Wards. Whi es. Blacks.
No. 1.13 70
No. 2.ll 132
Kc. 8.14 309
No. A. S 354
Noa. ?aud7.9 S73
Nos. 6 and 8.0 1013
Total yesterday.56 2260
The total voto for the two days is:
Wards. Whta.. Blacks.
Ho. 1. 13 836
No. 2.13 564
No. 8.....-.19 718
Nos. 5 and 7.9 JJ*
Sos. 6 and 8.2 127 J
Total vote.69 4C87
This vote docides the eleo.ior ia this city ia fa?
vor of Convention.
It is worthy of notice that the poll for Wcrds
9 and 8 was kept opon uutil about C o'clock, wai'?,
tinder General Caaby"3 order, it should have ben
dosed it 4 o'clock precisely. lu th s connection.
It must bo noticed that the voto in this Wald on
Tuesday, whoa the poll closed at 4 P. M., was 260
and i hat tho voto yesterday, whoa kept open un?
til 6 P- M., was 1012. Had this poll boen closed at
the appointod hour, it is probable that thc Ccn
ventioa would havo baoa dol'eatod. A eimiki
course to that taken at tho Washington Eugine
House, was taken st tho Palmetto and Stonewall
Eaglae Houses, There was no authority what*
.ver tor this, and it is hoptu? that the matter will be
THE CASS or Taz CHABLESTON SAVINGS IS
STiTTjnoN.-DECISI:N or CHANCELLOR JOHNSON.
la thia caso his Hanor Chanocl or Johnson ron
dcrotl u decision yesterday on a potition fllod by
t.urn crotta depositors, praying that thoy might bo
permitted to intcrveno in tho caao against tho
Institution, and plead, answer, or demur. The
veti! lon was prcsonted some taroo weeks since,
end argued at groat length by Messrs. Edward
; [cCrady Rnd Benjamin C. Presley, Solicitors, re
I conting tho potitionors. The potition was
rosiatod by ether depositors, represented by tho
Hon. Henry Buist, Colonel T. Y. Simons, William
Wooley, Esq.. and Hon. James Simon-, who also
argued at jrroat length. This caso is ono of great
public importance, and tho decree serties the aiost
important po.nts wbich havo arisen. Wo prosont
tho full decision of Chancellor Johnson :
Mary Ann E. Itoyo, Administratrix of Maria A.
Hoyo, e a', cs. The Charleston Savings Institu?
CHARLESTON. Ootober Term, 18"7.
A bill was flloel on the 29th day of March, 18;7,
in wine ii it is teated that the Charleston Savings
Institution was incorporated tor tho purpose ot
receiving on deposit, from any porson or persona
disposed to enjoy iho advantages o? tuc Iastitu
c ou, all sums 01 money that might be offered lor
that purpose, and that the deposits wero to be
used iur thc purposes, and according to tho direc?
tions cf tuo Cn-U'tcr. au J that thc ?nomo and
pi'ulits ai i^in? n'em tho same should oo applied
and divided among the persons making thc de?
posits, or their legal representatives, after ma
King such reasonable doduction as might bo ne?
cessary for expenses iu proportion to tho tums
doj-osited, and to tho lougtb of time during
.vh:cu thoy might r>maiu in tho Institution.
And that tho principal of such deposits should
JO paid to each depositor at such timos and under
such rorjuiiitious as the corporation shculd pre?
en be. J
It is also stated that tho Institution did for ?
many yoars carry on prosperously the business of
a Savings Institution, but that owing to the vari?
ais alk-geel losses during the lute war they had
xor nearly t.\o years suspended boniness, and had
refused to receive any further sums of money on
deposit, and to pay ou demand cither tbe principal
i interest duo to tuoir depositara, or in any man?
KT to discharge tho duties imposed by their char?
it is r.lso stated that the complainants are sever?
ally depositors of thu amounts specified, and thal
: j cy sue on their o wu behalf and that of ail other
..c ; os i: ors and creditors.
Tho b.li prava that an account be taken under
tho direction or this Court of thc amounts duo to
til-- compla.ucuts and to ah others by tbe Ins itu
tum, aaa that ali tho depositors atm creditors, ex?
cept tho complainants, may oo summoned aud no
tiiiod by the oiver of this Court to como torward
and cs' abusa tboir claims, and that an account bo
taken Cf tue assets of tho InUitution. that the
sumo is ?j be administered by tho Court and aj>
ol.od to tuc paynton of the depositors. That a
receiver may bo appointed to take obarge of the
nffiiis of tue Iustituti.n, and that an injunction
may issue to restrain them from disposing of the
real cs tato, and from colicoiiug and disposing of
Tuc dofuudants in their answer admit that at
lie c 030 ' f tue lato war, from causes over wined
they Lad no control, they were unable to pay tboir
lepnsitora, and that they i eso. ve J to receive no
more deposits. Thoy t Iso admit that thoy have no
uopo oi resuming a solvent condition, and that
thea- utmost hope at uuy time ainoe their 8 spon?
sion, bas been to pay tuoir depositors, who are
tuoir cn y creditors, about 50 per cent, cf their
claims. And they submit that the a c'a irs of tho
iustituliou oin bo moro economic illy and success?
fully arranged by the trustees with such orders and
dieCiicnsas the Couit shall from tine to time
moko tuan in any other way, aud that there is no
equity Ly wbich tue management of the institut.on
J *ii be taken OJ: cf tuoir ?ands.
Ou thc 8th day of August, 1867. after a good deal
rf deliberation und ouusuUatioa among tho pir?
ti, s. au order was made by consent of solicitors
representing the complainants, the defendants,
md a larga nurnuec ot tho depositors whose
.am?sdo not appear on tho record, aud without
...ject.on iro n a.i.v soarce, vhioJ is as follows, to
.Tit : "Ji-ie b.ll ad answers and report of Mastur
Tupper having boon road and considered, a .d
be aol.c.tors of t. u complainants and defendants
.i-iV.ug; b on hoard, it w.s ordered und decreed
nut tho trustees sf the char.es on Savings Iusti
.uiion transfer aud do ivjr over to Mister Tupper
t l uo assets aud securities enumerated in the
schedule li.ed with tho ans.we , and .vined now
i'd Ul .lu in tueir pissossiou an mader tueir cou
;?ol, mid any mono, thoy may havo received tin e
nc coming ia of their answer, and taat they do
oouvoy tnt* lot ot land in Meeting street, and any
other real estato belonging to the said Charleston
savings Institution, uuder tho seal of the corpora?
tion, to .wo or Piora persons to bo named by tu ;
said Master, to be held for the uso of suoh person
or p lsoue na bocomo the purchaser or purchasers
;..eico; for sjch i urposes, aud estates as the said
Jas. Tupper or his successor in office under the
sauction of this Court shall dec aro. touching the
samo, and there ?pon the Trustees and omet rs of
-aid Institution be discharged from ail further
na.iht.v and accouut.
And it is further ord red that the said Master do
proceed to cji.ee: tho moneys due on the securi?
ties so transiorred to him, and to hold tho same
subject to thc future order of this Court.
Aud it is fu 11 er ordorod that tho -aid Master do
report a schema for the settlement of tho affairs
jf tho said Iusti.ution, having first published in
t.vo or moro of tho daily gazettes of tho city no
tics ot a lo.ctcuco to be hold for that purposo at
.oast twonty drys after tho date and publication
of t aid nulles, at which rcforenoe the depositors
may bo represented."
Master i upper propared and fl ed tho following
roport, to wit :
"Pursuant to this order notice of the above re
icrcnce was niven, for the time paescribed, in the
doily pipers of this oity. In response to this no
c co thc Master was attended, on tue 21st and 25th
days of tue present month by a large number of
depositors, in person, or by their solicitors. At
..huso moorings t.vo tenemos for win Jin? up tho
affairs of the Institut o.. were submitted. One
was presented on beha.f ot the plaintiffs and of
.tiers who advocato a salo of tho ontire assets of
the Ia^titutio-, and a distribution of tbo procesas
of sale arnoug tho de los.'nr.-.
The otner was presented by a large class of de?
positors, who oppose a salo of tho entire assois,
and claim that such portion of the 6ecuritios as
they may ho found j oui iv en atlt d to sha lld ba
assigned to thom m kin '. Some of the details of
?I tuesc two sehemes prevent my adopting cither
of them aa a wkulo, bu. 1 am happy to aoknowi
e-lgo my indebt.duess to both ot them, and to tho
aol: arguments by which thoy h.vo been sus
.a.ucl, bolaro nr tor tho following plan, waiok
may moot thc desire expressed by all. that tho moat
simple speedy r.nd economical modo of aottle
lueuc shoal J bo adapted by tho Court.
1. That .n order to ascertain tho amount duo to
each depos.tor, too Master cause ?il tue deposits
made between the 1st of January, '62, and tho
loth of May, 'oo. to bo scaled according to tho ta
alu . in his office, fixing tho value ot Confederate
notes in gold, sud that all other deposits be taken
as th v stood mon the books of the Institution on
tho 19 :u Aprd, V&
2. ihat the .M. .star soil st suction, after tho
us .al notice, tho mal estato, for o c-quartor oas.:,
and tuo balance in one, two and threo years, an i
the personal assets (except suoh as may be par?
titioned in kind under the next pin-graph J on or
alter thc first Tuesday in December next, for cash.
S. Tho deposit ira represented at tho reference
held ou thc 21st and 2o.h inst., who desire a par?
tition in kind, may dosiguatc, on or be oro tho loth
day of November next, ono or more persons as
trustees to whom shall bo assigned, on or before
tho first Tuosday in Dcoemb.r next, and subject
to such trusts as may be declared, tho proportion
of each species A security um I by tho Institution
.ts tho aggie rato, as ascortainan to bo duo to the
said ?lepo-uer* considered as a uuit, would cn
ti lo thom to out of tho whole of tho sa d securi
ttos upon an equ table d icis on of the same.
4. That tho Master, af er providing for sn
equitable division ot the casts and expanses be
t.. ccu tit j two classes of depositors do pav to the
tru-teos, pr-vided for in Paragraph tures, tho
proportion of tho nett proceeds of the salo of the
real estato to wbich tho depositors represented by
the s id trasteos may be jointly out.tied, and that
ho distributo the fund ar.ame from tho bal&uoo of
tue proceeds of the aale of the real estate, and
from tbe nott sales of the personal assets, among
the other depositors, and to pay to each th*? sum
to wnich ho maybe found to be entidod upon a
ro ra a a pportionment of tho said fund among
the said depositors, according to the amounts as
certnned to bo duo to them respectively uuder
tnis scheme. Ootouer 23th, 1857."
boon after finns the above report, a motion woe
made before mo to filo a pe ition in the oause by a
largo number of tho depositors, whose deposits in
che aggregate amount to $350.000. In their peti?
tion it is stated that they "are advised that they
stand in tho same right in regard to tho said Insti?
tution as the complainants, and that they have
good right to be parties to any proceedings in
tnis Court for tho winding up of the affairs of the
said institution, either as complainants or defend?
ants. That thoy havo had no such opportunity
hitherto, culess they united with, thereby accept?
ing and professing tho facts and views expressed
m thc Bili, and uniting ia the prayer thereof. This
they could not do, because tacy ditter very widely
from the comp aiuants in rotcrenco to tho mode of
s ttlement, and some ot the depositors, they re?
spectfully anbaut, suould havo boon mado parties
del'ci.datits to mo said cause to offer those wno
might differ from tao complainants some opportu?
nity for tecoruiiig their vio \a of their rights and
interests on the plcudmtB in tho Court without
their tissent and without au opportunity to ta?m
io object, by winch they must bo bound,"and their
interests, as they understand ihem, injuriously af?
fected, unless thoy. or fouis of thom, in beh?f of
themselves, and tho re.:, bo allowed to become
And the prayer of tho petitioner is that an order
bc nude in tho oause, requiring tbe complainants
to make six of tuo depositors therein designated
parties defendants in behalf of themselves aud of
till tho peutioners. and cf all others who may
choo e to come ia uudor tho pstitiou, wita leave,
notwithstanding the orders heretofore mad in the
cause, to plead, answer or demur to the bill by a
certain day. tn thc order to be mentioned, and that
ia the meantime no further proceedings be had in
tao cause, und th?t none of thc orders heretofore
made be carried iutc execution.
From tho statements mado at the bar, it appear?
ed t .at tnc cia ms ct ail the depoeiiois amounted
to abuu'. S2,10U,000. and that there were 3300 do
pasitors, wuosu claims had not been paid.
Tn* application waa simply to file the petition,
by . m '-no argument o' that question, the merits
o: the- petition, were ->o thoroU ;u y cousido red that
thc r al q lest.on befare the Court is. s a.l the
pr., vcr ot tuo petition bo granted. In point of
form? is them nov objection to tho Eui? Are all
necessary parties b.r -ic tire Court, or sbou d ah
tho dopas.tirs, bynair.c, have beeu made pal?
ms tither5scomplainants r dotoi.dauts? ibo
? onvraJ rule Pi th.s i euri is '?tune al: persans ma
tc-riaiiv interclu? in the eubj.ot mattor ought to
bu mulo p-tt os to the suit, o.thcras plaint.Asor
us d ?eiidatt?, h wc\or humorous they maybe,
morder that comp.cte justice maybe done, ann
thar multiplicity o: suits may bo pi?.outed." Eui
to this rn e mero aro many oxu-ptioue w-ioli ure
ns old a d weii founded as the ruiu itself. On" of
these exceptions is tuat, where tue parties are BO
n Hieraus, tnat it would almost amount to a dc
i isl ol justice to require them to be brought be
faie thu Court, snd there is a community of inter?
ests between them. A few may sue in their own
names for tho benefit of afl. In this cas? thc par?
tie? are numerous, and thcro can bo no queption
as to tbo comrr unity of intrio3ts between the
comp aiiiants and tho otnor d po3itors. 1 be pe?
tition states "that they sta id in tho same light in
regar t to tho BAU! Institution as tho complain?
ants "and that the diiferonoo bo.wooa thom ia
only as io tho 'modo ol' bottloment." But it is in?
sisted thal, tho depositors aro ccstu;que trusts and
not creditor , and that thc s ma ruto does not ap?
ply that doos in B.iis ? od by creditors, but, in ail
tho ciscs referred to in supp rt or' this petition,
t ore is that want o? identitv of int.rest which is
essential io support, the esc ption to tho general
1 rule, audit is on that ground alono the decision
stood. Hy opinion is that as matter of form no
objection against thc Bill nao i e *u>t .incd.
a metimcs this Court docs for tho purposo of
protecting the righ.s of ai! parties interested in
tho subject matter, ordor aomo of tnc quasi com?
plainants, to be made dofondants. But in that
caso, thc interest of all tho parties were not identi?
cal as they aro in this.
This Court is always anxious t) protect the rights
und interests of parties frought before it in thia
way, and they aro permitted to enjoy tho privile?
ges not onlv i f complainauts, but many ot those
enjoyed Ly" tho defendants. As for instanco ni
filing cross bills, and not being bound by the alle?
gations of the Bills, &c. But if the practice was
sanctioned in such cases as that now under con?
sideration, I would be very reluctant to errant ?be
prayer of the pct.tion, because I havo been unable
to soo any benefit that wood accrue to thc peti?
tioners, by being permitted to iecurd their views
of their rights and interests in the pleadings of the
cause. And if granted in this instanco, other de?
positors might uereaf er bacome di9eati&fled with
som of the proceociings tu the causo, aud make
similar a plications, which might produc? great
and unnecessary dela\sin winding up the affaire
of th f Institution.
Tho motion to fllo tho petition is refuged,
W. D. JOHNSON.
THE MAN ES THE ISON CAGE.-The Military Com?
mission, which has had bofore it Sheriff Jesse C.
Griffith, of Caswell County, N. C., who was chargod
with maliciously confiding \Vm. M. Johnson in an
iron caeo, has rondorcd its decision, and acquitted
the prisoner. Johnson is tho tuat. who, according:
to General Sickles* late speech, took a loaf o'
i read io save himsolf from starvation, and was
oruel'y looked up lu an iron cage, without fire,
olothing, or any comfort but & long iron chain.
Ho was a glorious martyr, and tho brutal Sherill
was to bo punished aa ho deserved. The case has
beni fully investigated, and tho result is that She?
riff (?rifflth is promptly discharged. Perhaps
Johnson would like to do a kltio political lecturing
on his own account. Ho might sucoced where
others havo tailed, aid oould not do worse than
those <vho have procod&d him.
THE GBAND LODOE OF MASONS.-Thia ancient
and voncrable body continued in session jestorday
and last evening, and disposed of much business
of importance to tho cratt. Wo regret, however,
that tho pressure upon otu columns will not admit
of :ho publication wf tho full roport of tho pro
cc edin AC thia morning. Wo hopo to completo thc
record to-morrow, and thus onablo o ? cry Mason in
the Slate to becomo possessed of tho iotcrcsting
narrativo of tho action of his Gund Lodge on
tho oojasion of this, its Aunual Communication.
Wo shall aid that an election for Graud Officers
took place in tho afternoon, which resulted in the
following- choteo on tho first ballot:
M. W. JAMES kV. ORB, A_acr3on, Grand Master.
R. W. JAMES CONi?"KR, Char.eiton, Lepnty Onud
B. W. A. A. DURHAM. Marion, So tor Grand Warden
B, W. JAMES MCCULLOUGH. Greenville, Junior
M. R. JAMES R. PICKETT, Granitcville, Grand Chap?
R. ... H. W. SCHROEDER, Charleston, Grand Treas?
R. W. R. S. BBTJ.VS, Charlestoa. Grand Secretary.
W. S. W. MA i'RICE, Kingtree.) senior Gaand Dei
E. H. BATES, oroeuville, j cons.
J. ^. ANGIL, Charleston, 1 T" ."" -
C. P. 10W.SSEND. Marlb.ro'.) Janlor or?nd DM00nB
W. P. H. COBURN. Charleston, Grind Marshal
V". JOHN CoBBK, Charleston, Grand Pursuivant
SAMUEL CUBE" i, Charleston, Grind Tiler.
G. M. JOBhON, Midway, I "," ."
W. J. MILLEU, j S.o . ards.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-liC'.s douse.- James Mil euell.
Sumter, S. C.; James G. Ramsey, Samtor ; J. H.
Garnish and Miss Mattie Cornish, Aiken ; J. Wil?
son, Williamsburg ; Mrs. Moore, South Carolina ;
M. Bowell, Sau:h Carolina ; J. G. Biaok, Yorkville;
W. H. Loak, Trinity ; W. P. Bevnolda, Madison,
N. C.; B. D. Johnson, Sammedhld, N. C.
Charl'Hon HiUL-k. D. Spears and J. M.
Bunch, Unionvillc; Jno. P. Foster, Augusta; H. M.
Coningham, Baltimore; B. C. Wall, Elbert County,
Go.; S. Putnam, St. Louis; W. Graham, New York;
Geo. B. Walbridge and lady, U. t?. A.; M. Bogors,
Donington; J. L. Napier, Mars Bluff; M. B. Fil?
man, Caariott.', N. C.; Miss Fitmin. New York;
Mrs. Crane, Now Y.rk; N. A. Bull, Orangoburg.
lids llcu.se.-G. A. Kinsman, Cleveland; Mrs. S.
Kinsman, and Mrs. Gooiby and child, Unca; F.D.
B charddou, Mount Pleasant; Babt. A. Tn.m..s m.
Pickcns; M. Tr?sel, Walhalla; G. S.egel. N. Y.;
Mrs. Meyer and child, S.-lmi, Ala.; J. J. Bowen
md wife, Washington; C. C. Shephard and wife
N. Y.; E. C. Brya i. Marseilles, Fla.; Mrs. Joseph
Bryan, Savannah; C. C. Anderson, Matanzas.
Tai UP TOWN BOOK STOUT;.-The residents In
tho Upper Words trill be ploasoi to learn that they
will a; oin have an opp rt nulty o' indulging thc.r
literary tastes without taking a long walk. Mr. P.
Quinn, of Augusta, has taken tho news depot for?
merly oooupiod by M. M. Qjian, a.id will kocp it
well stocked with tho latest publications. Tue Up
Town Book (?tore HM long boon a great conve?
nience to tho neighoorliood, and Mr. yuina is de?
termined to mue it iaa every respect a first-class
Literary Donor. _
DTSFEPSTA n ALU : sr ona NATIONAL DISEASE.
Headache, coatol ton ;uo, acid stomach, costive
bowels end low spints form tho sad picture. Yet
Hc?PHAE??'iioiiO.PATHic DvsP?P3lA PILL i never
fail to cate. Tens of thousands of persons havo
tried thom and been promptly and psrmanont y
cured. Pries, 6 boxes. $1.25. Aldres3 HUM
PHBEYS' HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE COMPA
NY. No. 5S2 Broadway, N .w York.
November 21 _ 1
Ks TTC CET STATE COMBINATION LOTTERT drawa
avery day at Covington, Ky. Whole tickets from
SI to $10 ; bharos in proportion. Prizes from,
S40J0 to $60.000. H. T. PETERS, Agent,
No. 90 HaseJ. street, Ciiaiisaton, S. C.
November 7 LMO
A A o vc Hy.
The latest and most effectual rcmody for the cure of
debility, loss of appetite, headache, torpor ol the liver,
etc., la PANENLN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. Far sale by
ail Druggists. _ th
If you want cheat Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per. ?c; or, MII.T.SOS' Almanac;
li you want Printing executed neatly;
li you iffcut Books bound in any atyle, or Account
Books made to ord jr, with any desired pattern ot
niling, go to EIRAM HARRIS SO. 59 Broad street.
Headquarters Second Military District, I
CHARLESTON. S. C.. October 21,188T. J
[GxsrxBAX Osoxas No. 105.]
Post Commanders may admit to ball persons not sub?
ject to the Artlclea of War, neld In arrest by military au?
thority, charged with offences not capitol, upon security
as provided in tao folio wing paragraph:
Security shall consist? le:, of o cash deposit of the
amount for whioh bond is required as 1 ail by the State
law in Lie cases; or, 31 of a bond m like sum, running
to the Post Commander, cond.tloned for compliance
with all orders, with surety, wLo muatb. a freeholder
and must jua Itv in twloe thu amount of thc penalty, and
roust, under s al autborLro any ofllcor so ordered by the
Pott commander. Lu case ol default, and noa-pjymcnt
by the aurety on dcm nd, ta bumtnari y aclzc anil adi
sufficient ol tuc prootrty of principal and surety to sat?
isfy the forteitare and coat;; and immediately upon de?
fault mode, ?be bond shall constitu? ; a .ion upon tho per?
sonal property ot both principal ?nd surety.
All ball and other bonds taten under m lltaiy authon
ty will conform to tbo foregoing di.cctions when not
otiio.wisc specially provided.
By command of Bvt. Major-Geocral En. R, s. CAJBT.
LOULi V. CA2IARC,
Ald-de-Camp, Act'g As3t. Ad/t. Uca'L
Officiait O. M. MITCHEL, Ald-do-Cam;.
Oe ober 24
THE URA.VGEBLP.G KKWS,
PUBLISHED EV EE Y BATCRD-.Y MORNING, A"
uraugeburg, u u Term.. s.2 per annum, in ad
*mring tho spring axi fall seasons extra copies ol the
iiaANOE?^ao NEWS arid bc circulated lor thu beucht oi
nor advertising patrons.
Contract Advertisements Inserted on the most Liberal
lornas. Address SAMUEL Di Li ISLE,
Editoi urunveLura News,
Tehruarv 1*> um.cH ure. *
THE BENKi.TTS VILLE JUL'KA AL
Ii PUBLISHED LVE?1T KRIDAY MORNING AT
Batuiet ts ville, s. c., m the eastern portion of the
?tito, by .Vi'UUbs & Lil ILE, l'io, r.ctvre, and on\r
superior inducements to Mercants and ali others who
wish tc extend meir business in tins soctiou oi tuc Pee
Uco couatry. Wc respect, ulry ion-it am piuanaae oi
our Charleston tricnd3.
Tere**-iJ po. o. uum, Invariably in novanc. Adver
tiseuir i inserted au very tvukOUiible nnos. Julv ?
THE LAA CASTER LLLCLti,
CONNOR? u: CARTER, PaoPEiXTons.
PUBLISHED i. VERY WE 1).^ ?SD A Y MORA'LSG AT
Laucaster U H., ^. C, Ha7ing a Larga subscript on
usu it ofler? a lovoraole medium to Me. cuanta uno ali
udvertitera who desire to ea.tt.nd ihcir bueiuess in ti e
ur per Diatrlcis of thc state. Rates of adterUeing< bb
: \L Specimen copy of paper sent on application.
Ts Stimulation Necessary?
This question is practically answered in the affirm
t*.ve by thousands of physicians ovary dar- So i ctimr.
they pr-scribe tho ordinary lornas of alcohol; sometime
Unrtuies which arc airapl.. inferior a cobol, more or lea .
medicated; bu: no small proportion 01 the faculty give,
the pretcrencotoHOSTETTER'a STOMACH BITTER--,
ea the most carefully proparod medicinal stimulant at
rrcs nt known. It is impossible for prejudice Itself lo
bo blind to the mrrkod su"C3ss with which thu extraor
dirary tonic and alterative has been administered in
cases of DYSPEPSIA, durum tho last twenty years. If lt
were possible to canvas tho wholo country foi cases -n
which it had effected a ou'e of this obstinate and agoniz?
ing disease, fits* would numb'r million?. No wonder,
then, that it has become a BTANDABD :IXD:CINK In every
Mate, city, town and vi loge in the United states, and
that names, the most distinguished In literature, art and
scionce, are tho vouchers for its remarkable properties.
The immense manufactory at Pittsburgh, w th its exten?
sive storehouses, is the largest establishment of the kind
in this country, and, probably, In the world. The
amount of manual labor employed in the preparation of
tho Bitters, to say nothing of the steam driven ma?
chinery, is greater than that of any othrr propilotary
medicine catibUshmont on this continent, nd, by tho
blessrn: s of Providence, the bene lierai r.sui ta of this un?
equaled tonic and alterativo are oo-ixtoasivo with its
contlnmlly increasing sales._6 November 18
Know iiiy Destiny.
MADAMS E. F. THOR>-IO?T, the areal English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant snd Psychomeir.ciatt, who bas aston?
ished the identifie classes ot the Old World, hos now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. MAJ ame THOBSTON pos?
sesses such wonderful powers ot second sight as to ena?
ble her to unpar. knowledge ot the greaten Importance
to the B?nelo or married of either ssx. While m a ?tau
of trance, she delineates the very feat a re? or rhe person
you am to marry, and by the aid of an Instrument of in?
tense power, known ss the Psychomotropc, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of tho future husband or wile
ol the applicant, together with dato ot marriage, position
m Ute, leading traits of character, Ac... Thia is no hum
aug, as thousand of testimonials can assert, she will
send, when desired, s certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture is what lt i urporta to be. Fy
enclosing s a mall lock ot hair, and gt* i ag placo of binn,
ago, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fifty rm
and itamped envelope aadrcsaed to /oarsslf, you will re
ceive the picture and deaired talonn?t1 rn ty return mail,
adi commumcationa sacredly confidential. Addreav In
jonfldenoe. Madam* K. F. THORNTON. P. 0. Box 22S.
?lildson. N. Y_ tv _March tm
?ree io Everybody.
A Larg? 6 pp. Circular, giving information of the
featest Ira poru?eo to the yoong of both sexes.
It huchea how the homely may become beaut'.'ul, th?
lespUed reepocted, and the forsaken ced.
No yoong lady or gentleman saoul, fall to cod tuen
iddresfl, and receive a copy postpaid, by retoi n math
Address P. 0. Drawir. 2),
March 80_lyr_ Tru*. N. Y.
What ts TAP.BANT'O EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIE 1, end what ar: its effects? Those aro ques?
tions which the great American public has a right to
ask, ana lt also has a right to expect a candid and satis
I ac tory reply. The preparation is it mild and gontle
?im? cathartic, alterative and tonic, and ia most caxe
mlly pr?par?e in the form of a snow white powder, con?
taining all the wonder fol medical properties ol tho fur
camed seltzer Springs of Germany.
Of its effects we would say that those who have teated
the preparation are the best judgci, and they declare
over their own aignstures that the preparation will
promptly relier.- indigestion. Regulato the Cow of the
bile. Core every species of headacha. Tranquilize tee
nervous system. Refresh and invigorate the weak. Miti?
gate the pangs of Rheumatism. Neutralize acid in the
stomach. Cloacae and tone the bowels. Assist tne
ailing appetite. Core the h oar th nix.
If you are a sufferer give this Rem sdy one trial, and lt
will convince yon of the above tacts.
TARRANT k CO., bole PropHetors, New York.
Md by all Drugg'sta. 3mos september 1?
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
WILLUM ii. W1I1LIIM & CO.,
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
Large and Varied Assortment
AND WHICH THEY OFFER FOB SALE ON
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
CONSISTS Hf PAKT OFi
GOLD AND 8ILVEB WATCH . 8, JEWELRY, BEL.
VER AI D PLATED WARE of all kinds and patterns
FANCY GOf D3, VASES, TOILET 8ET3, POWDER
BOXES, CIGAR STANDS, and lOBtCCO BOXES,
LUT AND PRESSED GLASSWARE of all stylos and
WHITE AND DECORATED
TEA, DINNER AXO CHAMBER SETS,
WITH EVER7 DESCRIPTION OT
CROCKERY AND EARTHEN WABE.
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OT
PARLOR, OFFICE AND MARINE
O Xi O O K S,
MARBLE, IRON, WALNUT ANS MAHOGANY
N'OVt OPES AND rOB 8ALE. A JTN3 ASSORTMENT
of CUT AND PRESSED GOBLETS, TUMBLERS,
CHAMPAGNE, CLABJbiT and WLNn. GLASSSH.
From tl 60 per dozen to 113.
From 70c. to 13 Sa
e&sT Housekeepers will please cad and examine, at
WM. G. IVHILDEN & CO.,
Na SU KINO, corner Beauraia streets.
TOOTH & NAIL BRUSHES,
JpOB SALE LOW AT
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO.
LADIES' AND GENTS'
AT ALL PRICES, I BOM $1 TO M. LESS THAN
Now York gold prioes.
A fodl assortment of fino F BEN CH AND ENGLISH
P0RT_MO. AUS, elit bound, st
WM. G. WHIXDEIN & CO.,
No. 355 KING, oorner Beaufaln Stroits.
A SUPERB STOCK OP FINK
GOLD AKD SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
AU warranted to ran and thoroughly repu?
diated, at the low price of Stu each !
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches. S250 to $1000
1O0 Magic i oscd tiold Wut:hes. SU0 to 6U0
ic j La ieb' Watches, inamehod. 100 to SOO
.00 Gold Hunting Cnronometer Watchie... 260 to 3- u
2<.Q Gold Hunting English Levers.'?OJ to 250
300 Gold nuntin:,' Duplex Watches. 150 to 2J0
500 Hold Uuuuug Ameilcan Watches. loo tn 230
50o Sliver Hunting Levers. 60 to 1?0
SOJ sliver Uuutlm/ Duplexes. 75 to 200
500 u'idles' Gold Wutches. 60 to 'A5U
10O0 Go.d Hunting t opines. 00 to 70
1 .ju AlisceUai.eoua Watcha J, ad kinds. 60 to 100
-'5v0 sliver Hunting Watches. 25 to 60
0010 Assorted .-livor Watches. 10 to 76
The above stock will be disposed of on the popular ono
pr.ee plan, gu lug every patron a Uno Gold or .-cia sil?
ver W?ten ior ?lo. without regard to value.
Wo w?h to immcditttcl} dispose of the above magnifi?
cent stock C'.rtihcatee, naming the articles, ora placed
in Pealed envelopes, and well mixed. Holders are cull
i 'ed io thu ardua named on their certllicate, opon pay
moat oi Ten Dollars, whether U be a Wutch worth ?1000
or ono woitli Kiss. Tho return ol any of our certif?cales
entitles you io thc article named thereon, upon payment,
irrespective oi its w. rth; and as no article valued less
than ?lu ls named on any certificate, it wi. at once
te soeu ttut ihib ia no Lottery, but a stralgbttorwaid
leyitimata transact!., n, which may te porucipated le
even by i he u.ost tasUdiousi
A thalle e cr. coate will be sent br mall, postpaid, upon
receipt oi 20 cents, five for SI, eleven ior vi, thirty-tntee
an j ?.louant i rcmium tor ; 5, sixty-six and more valuable
p. ennuin ibr ;IU, ono honore . ned most superb Waich
.or *1J. loiUents, or tuo.e wishing employment, this
is a rare ouportunity. lt in a lrr timatoiy cjnuuetcd
ousiucos, c.uiy auuioriz d ny tue uoveruueat. ai-d open
io Ute Bloat uireau. - ru.iuy. li y us. undress
W?lGuT. Ulij. ?i <~0..
Is porters, .MJ. lid llroiiaway, fc. Y.
October .1 ? mo
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONEi; AND MAGUS i i!ATE.
HAS BEHOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CH AL .Uh lt
sheet if Na 77 CHURCH bTKUAT, near st
alicnsel's AlU'.v. August 81
Y J. ?Y r. DAWSON.
Corner of East l?ay and A Ci ommodmtlon
Wo will sall THIS D \Y, at 10 c "clock A. M.
53 barrels "RSi." FLOOil
9 sacks "Bio t'offoo"
7 firkins "Urti"
8 b xe? "boan"
30 boxes Herrings
9 bozos loi.
30 ca?l:s IMPORTED ALE
_*0 ca?d?8 1m, ort?-d Port r. Novomb,".- 21
Undtrxeritert' Sale of Dry Goods, Notions, Hoots,
McKAY & CAMPBELL
wm commence to anil THIS DAY, at their Auden Sale?
rooms, No. 131 vi co. lng s reef, a 10 o'clock
THF ENTIR':. STOCK OF G. COHKN, King 'street,
partly damaged by fire and water, and will coniiauo tho
salo, from day today, until : ll i disposed of.
Terms cash. Goods must bo remov o ou day of ario
Nov. moor 21
Furniture. M tinsses. Feather Beds, Crocker;/,
Tinware, Kitchen 1'ientils, Sundries.
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Boots, Shoes, ? c.
BY MILLIGAN & SON,
io. 23 Tendue Hange.
At 10 oV-lock, THI ? DlY.
Fancy W'orsUd Goods Clothing, Dry Goods,
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS PAY, 21st tost, e' 10 o'clork, w ll be sold, at our
Auruou Salesroom, No. 133 Meeline street,
KNIT WOOL NUBI\s, Hoon", Shawls, Son's s.
Scarfs. Comfe-ru, Childroa'H \YOJ1 Hose, Lidies' und
Gents' Buck and Mrrir > i.loves ?ind 'jeuut cts; La", i s'
Colore i an 1 I lao Kid Gloves; Si k Mo.is, Fancy Neel;
lies; Silk Mixed, Check d, und Pl in AH-Wooi Casti
mores; He vy.so.v Pattern Bettine.s, White and ttcd
Flacuel . Kerscvs, Bro dc.otb Ovo coat', Ali-Wool Sack
Coats, Casslmnro 1'ante, (lassimi.r; C. ats, TVoollou Vi-sts,
Gingham Cmbrell.-; Check. P.ai , and Hravy Wrol
shi -ts; Linen liosoms, Flinted and Cahc ? .-bir.p, Pass
Hook.?, steel Pens, Knives. Sets ors, NcoJ.os, lead Pe.
ci.?, Suspenders Haudkercbiels, Atc.
Conditions cash. November 21
Butter, Clear Bacon and Bellin.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be eold, THU D\Y, on Brown's Vnarf, at three.
quinera psst Niuo
M firkin o DETTER
4. boxos clear Bacon
Conditions oath. November 31
Thu Stale of South Carolina, Beaufort District,
Mary M. Farr, Administratrix, VJ. Joseph Jil.
Fa r, et al.-Bill for Account and Partition.
In obed enes to tho order of the onrt in t'-o above eas?
I will sell, OD the first LONDAY in December next,
before tho Court Houao tn i-Hilson ville, on t e loliow
iau tum-that is to ?ay all sumt cudi r S5i0 ca Ul
al tums of, aid ov>r iCOO cur- cm rh ? a 1. ;
tlif balm o payable lu on* und tu o equal an?
nuli ns: lrnents, to be recured by bonus bearing
:ct res', lr m iba dito .hete.t. to bi paltanuually
with pen>oual sect'if. anl mirtraze ol' uro property.
Tbs pnrchuers to pay for stamps an i pap. rs,
/Uthat PLANTAI ION'. OP. TRACI OF UND, situ?t
ed lu tue District anl st ito aiorjsald, noa tbe Tlllaeoo:
coo.-awbatchit, i ontalcins thre? hundred and twenty
three acres, moro or leu and known as the lilley Tract
All that other PIFCZ, PAltCEL. OR TRACT OF PINE
LAND, situated lu tue i 1st J let ai.d State aloresalc, near
the vi'iage of Uililsouviin?, co'iiaiidng ISO acres, more or
lota, and bel jDgmg to t..e Blley Tract
Tbet oVitr PIE~E, PAR LL, OR TB4CT OF LAND,
in said District, contd ame 108 acres.
That PIEOE, PARCEL, UU TRACT Cir LAND, situ?t
cd m tbs village of ulLlaonvUle. conUurhrcr 6 . acres,
more or less, and known as tho Farm.
That PIECE OBPVRCoL OF LAND, situated in tho
villis c of OLlisonvi.lo, cotit al .1 g 6 actes, J ?.oro or lets.
That PIEC? OR LOT Oh LAND, in the vilaje o? Coo
sawnathio, coutahnug 11% c.-.s, moro or less.
'1 hose three PIECE-', PAt.CELS, OR LOTS OF LAND,
ia the village of Caoaawhatchio, containing 3 acres, more
That othir PIECE, PARCtL. OR I OT OF LAND. In
Coosawhatohie, contain! cg i acroa, more o. less.
Those two PIECr.P, OU PABCELS, OR LOIS OF
LAM). In thc villaje of Graba uvdle, contairung 3 acres,
more or lesa.
Tba: PIECE OF PINE LAND, rituated near tbe vii.
l&jo of Grahamville, contalulug JJ acraj, more or le a.
That PLANTATION, OK i RACT OF LAND, situat-d
in ibo Dis riet and stito aloresaid, on the Waters of
uroad t iver, containing 633 acre . more or lesa, com*
mo., ly known as Tichou, and
A LOT in tho village or Muff .on, containing 1 acre more
or lese, with valuable Improvements.
Cu A?, i', iii LL, Commissioner.
October 31 tba
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
J A.TI l? S W. AlcMILLA.-V. THAD. C. JUWITT,
Lalo of tho La e of thc firm of
DAILY MEWS. BU BEE * JO WI TT.
MCMILLAN & JOWITT,
NO 83 II VYNE STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
HAVING PURCHASED TEE EN?
TIRELY MW and oompleto Job Printing
material of the DAILY NEWS Office, arc
prepared to execute, in the highest stylo of
tho art, at prices competing favorably with
the North, every variety of
BOOK AND JOB
BILL AND LETTER HEADS
Railroad and Steamboat Priiiting,
?fee., ?tc. &C, &c.
All orders left at the DAILY NEWS
Office will be promptly attended to.
THE 1 ni-Wt It KL Y NEWS?
PUBLISHED IN WINNSBORO' S. C.. AI'FORDS I
profitable medium lor the Advertising public Ci
We respcotfttUy eoilcit their patronato for our mutuf
Wne?L j.tlLLAicC. ?x-Sr??iLS i: WILLI A Al S.
Sc rr'""' ii_
THE MAKIO % STA?,
TiPTABLISHED NEARLz TWENTY YEARS AGO, I
?ii pub.lilied at Slariou, S. C.. iu lil? centra! portia
?ibc country, and oilers a iavorablc medium lo .Mc
.haut?, Druacials, Machinists, aud all classes who dealt.
"o extend heir busluess ni the Pee Ucu rouurry.
Vat the bcni nt tai oar advertMtug patrons, we shall, i
idditiou to our subscripuou hst, urbicb is coustautly in
reasiu& pubUsb uuu distribute, gratuitously, eonios o:
Die bTARi dorias ibo business season thu FulL
Rates oi Advertising li berni.
W. J. MciiL-'VAI.L,
November 30 Educ HW: Protestor
l.MJER DECREE I? EQUITY.
Dank of the Slate vs. Daly.
Will b? sold, under the direcion of the und'rs/imed. nt
tho old custom Hou-c. on i HURSDAY, the 12th day
ot December, 1?07. ut ll A. M..
AU that LO I OF L\ND, willi thc BUILDINGS t" freon,
situitcd cn the South sido ~f BoMlJoia strco-, lathis city,
bounding North on Uca:?fain t-t cot, J ast on lind of Dr.
Lobby, .-oula on load o - and W?.st ou land of j
; meas irii.g la.ro.t oa Beau ein street 23 0 12
feet, and 105 leot io depth, more or less
Terms-O e-third eas ; tho balanco In one an 1 two
years, secured by bond of the prchaser and mort
pane cf the property, with inter st from dav ol baie, pay?
able aunmUy; ' u Idings to Lc insu cd and po ley a
signed; purcuaser to i.ay for papers and stamps.
JAME s 1UPPER,
Xovcmbor 21_th_ Master in J-quity.
UNDER DEC lt DE IM EQUITY.
Relief Loan Association vs. W Uer, Trustee.
Will bo sold, under tho ?rection of the undersigned, at
thc old Custom Houso, on IULSDAY, the 8- day of
December. 1837. at ll A. M.,
All that LO I OF LAND with the nuildinRS thereon,
sit at? at th?- s-outhwest corner of Lino and Perev
streets, in Ward No. 8, in this .atv, kno?n by tho leticr
t in a plan of the lauds o; Peter Kiantis, drawn by Ro?
bert E. Pa\ nc and dated SJthJune, 1831. and attached
te a co iveyjuco of certain lots mrJu b- James W. Gray,
?fos'cr in . quit-., to Joiin V. Dukes, racasuriugin trout
on Lino str?..t 31 to:t 6 i >cbcs. iu depth ou Percy 6trcct
70 feet, oa thc south linc 31 f jot 8 Laces, oa tho West
lino in do th 72 fo-j , i. ore or les-. Hounding Nonhcn
Line ttrcer, i ast ou Percy street, ^outh o Lot ll in said
I'la i, belonging to John H. Fcdtke, and West on Lot D
in s i'd p;au, belonging to Janu s *a vo.
i erins- .nc-tLird casli ; balance n one and twa rear ,
secured i y Load of pu-chaser, with interest s miannu
ally, and monease ot ihe i remisos. Lluilding-i to bo la.
su cd and oUcy assigned. Puroha<or to pav tor papers
and stamps. JAMES TUPPEB,
November U th3tul_Ma-ter in Equity.
C1VDER !)ECRE? IS ?tiL'lTY?
Sands <5 Co. vs. Cure>i.
Will be so'd under the direction of the undersigned, a'
tho old Custom II U'o. ou TUESDAY, the 20th da? of
November. 1867, at ll o'clock A. M.
1. All that LOT OF LA\'D, wit i thc Buddings'bcro
o-\ situato ou tire South siao ot Uro'd street, in this
city, measuring in boat on s nd sircet irom East to Wc.-t
27 feet 10 uich??, more or les; oa tao b ck line l om
tost to W. st 27 f ut ll inches, more or les- ; a: d in depth
f.otu North to -ouch Ot feet 4 indies, more or loss.
B u .din.! North o.i iroadsicct; Euston la: da lately ci
James Gib ou; South on 1 nds partly of Joel R Poinsot,
?md par lyona lot bereiaat.or described; and West oil
lrods of ti-oraa Alao.ulay.
2. Al that LOT OF LANJJ, situa to on Fl lott etr'ct,
measu iDg rn fo-t on sild s rcot 27 icet; bounding West
on i .nds cf A cxaudar Brawn; North on la ds of Geor"0
31 c tulay, and p-utycn lot abovo desolbcd; Euston
lands of J-el R. Poiosct., aud South on Elliott street.
Tho aoova two lots nuvc been held for many yoara as
3. Alt ti t TRACT OF LVND, wi h t' e i rnrovenvnts
thrreon, kno^n as tho uti Magazine, about 31$ lies
Irom tho city, on Mooting sttoat road: th; said t act
boLiff romposod ot tero tracts, tiio tirs: containing
about 13 acres, a cordie . io a plat thcnoi andeby
Charles Porker, -urveyor.on 20 h > ovo.:, ber, 1850, a -
ncxed to do.d from Winb rn i antin. Jr., to E. M. Carey,
dated 19 h .Ma:cb, 1803, und r?cordid io th . Mcsno (.oa.
vcyanco office tor Chjr.cstor. Lis ?let, in Hool; V, No 13,
pogo CU; and the icconl Tr ct comalutug 3>? acres,
more ? r icss; bouncing East and Nort ip rt y un a bolo
creek coniia ou: of coopor laver, and upon al tid ?a on
land rorracrly ot ala g. rec i U >:, und havijg sue i snipe
an t torm as aro rcpr> seated ou a p.at thereof, daua tho
16th July, 771, cn record in thc omeo o. RegLicr ol
.do ne Co"Vuy.iuco oi Char 03:0.1 District.
Terms- (Jnc-lour.li cadi; bala c.-in ?ve equal suecos*
sivo unnuai 1 .su. cut.-, neuurrd uv bond of purcka-o ?.
with interest payablo annua ly from ?icy ot salo and
m rt.-: ge . 1 the premiso-. Enticings to bc lusu od ad
pohcoi assigne . Pur...asira to pay lo papers and
s amps. JA?ES ITJPP-R,
3>ov m ber 7_th 3 tul_alaster in Kojaity.
~TJNDER DECREE IA EQTITY.
Mitchel vs. Garden.
Will be sold, under tho direction o' tho undersigned, it
tho Old Cus om House, in til s city, on TUE^D Y. tho
30th day of Nov..m JO:, 1387, at ll o'clock A. M.:
1. ALL. TJAT 110B>E AND LOT, on tho Sou'hsid
of Beuutain street, in this city, kuo vn b. tba nu ber
Bl, and measuring la trout 0. sud st ce twenty-Uve (23j
feet, end iu depth slxu (Oui feet, m ra or less; baun mr
East by land of K. Gardou, West by land of tf. Holloway,
North by Beaui'sin street, and south by land of G. W.
2. ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with tho BUILDINGS
and linpro otnents thereon, sEuatc on the North s.de ot
West sircet, iu this city, auc* me ...urtu.; iu frout 0.1 West
street tlnrty-fleo (35 feet, and lc depth one hundred and
torty 140) feet, moro or loss; bounding ti tao North ou
land now or late ot diehard Holloway, to tho nu h on
Wa-t itroet, :o tho Ea t on lind now or lalo ot Hrs. Fa?
ber, an i to tb Wes: on laud now or lato tho property of
the Estate uf Johu Y. Br dlcv.
1 erins- O io-third cash; bal ince In thrco ;u-ces?lv
annual li Btalmems, eeuied by boi.d ol the purchaser
and mortgage uf the prcmis ?, willi interest iiom d y of
?al . ?.aya 4.? annu by. i.mlJiu.s to b- lat-u.-ed aud
policy attlgucd. Purchaser to pay or pupers and st imps.
Nov taber 7 tbitul Master in Equi 7.
USUER DECREE I?T EU,I'ITY.
Whaley vs. Cuthbert.
Will bo sold, under the direction of the undersigned, at
the Old Custom House, on 1U-bDAY, tho 12th day
of November, 1807, at ll o'clock, A. M.,
AU thit PLANTATION sit?alo neor Gardner's Comer,
in the Parish ot P. ince Williams, known us Cotton (?rove,
containing (800) iiuht huudred oates, moro or less;
bounded to the Nort 1 and l'o-t on lauds of the estate 01
Willi 1:11 Bod and of Ihomas Rnodcs; to tho South on
lanar, of Ihomas Rhodes, ind to tba West on Uosper
'forms-One-third cash; thc balance in ono and two
years, secured by bond ot tho purchaser and mortgage
ot ihe premises, witb int rest paMi'ole uuuually norn day
Ot salo. Purchaser to pay tor papers and stamps.
October St ih3.nl Maxtor in Equity.
CSIDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Palmitto Savings Insliiu'ion vs. Fcdtke.
Will be sold nnd r tho dirociioa of (ho understood, at
thc o!d custom House, on TUiSEAY, tho lu.h day of
December, 1807, ot li, A. M.,
AU that LOT OE LA>D. with tho BUILDING^ there?
on, tdtuato on tho Wo t side ol P. roy street. Ward No. f?
lu this cit-, measuring ia front on sui J streot tweuty
co (21) tcot nine ?3, iuches, more or lo s. the same on
tho buck Hue, and in depth eighty (80) lect, more or less;
bounding East cn Pe cy street, south on lau s now or
Inte or John K. Duke , and kno^n as Lot A; West on
part of ?aid Lot A sn 1 1 art 01 L 14 of the P< 1- y Lands,
und N01 th on linds now or late of John R. Dukts. uno
known as L ts C, D and E, as in said lot cf lam1 survey?
ed by lt. K. Payne. - urv<vor, dated 20t 1 June. ISSI, and
: cord d wi Ix u litio of said linds to Johu R Dukes.
Terms-One-half oa^h; bil ncc in ono and two }ears,
secured by bond of purubasor and mortgage oi tho
praoilaea with interest from duyot sale, payuho annua.<
ly. Jr^chttecr to 1 ay lor lucers
Novcmb:rl4 tliitul Mast r in Equity.
P. L. GUILLEM?N,
No. 140 Church Street.
? CUMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
DROP ANO READ NG LIGHTS
EXTENSION CHANDELIERS AND PENDENTS
rhades and Eo'.la, of latest pattsrns and improvem*nts.
Copper and Iron Pumps, etc.
Gas and Steam Titting and Plumbing, on the most
reasonable term -.
Tin Roofing and (.uttering.
November 9 s uthlmo
C. DUCRE?X'S PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment of
Horses from Carriages.
THIS INCENIOU-s AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION,
wLi h has been pat.utcJ in rhe United sutes,
I r-noe and Ln laud i . now uU'ored by the subscriber to
the pub.tc, iee lina) assured tlu-y wid had it, upou exami?
n?t.eu, oue 01 tho ur.ateot invo .lions 01 tu? ago.
Prominent tuluna 113 advautig s uro:
FIBST-Hie iaei ity Uh whicu horses ma? bo harness?
ed to or uuharms-cd from a Carriage, aiso r ndi-ri.-g it
uuncccssrrytor tho person uuharaes^ug to pass ben-eec
ur behind tue norse s 03 la customary, un - _voi ing aay
.Ubi ity 0: bei'ig kijied.
!?ECOSD-n caa-j ot a horse falling, he may bc loo ed
irom tho carriage in one second, wituout the driver leav?
ing his beat. It is so simple in its opcrau-aa that u child
eau * orr in
Tmara AND GHEATIST-In c.scfi of bone; tak.n;* fright,
becoming uumauugabio or manara, away, 110 tomb e
conscquonccs WLKII so ti-equoatiy 10.low may bc aUaviid
od by this f-ira.oio app.leanon to carriages, aa t?o hors s
caa bo loosen tr m tuc cirriajc -m ?. uv:alnin?," end the
carriage is quicitlv ?md sal1>- stiiiped.
Mr. C. D'aCiaEUX t;-ve several puon.' cxalbition?. The
great f-vorand prarsu maLii^it.-d by thc p ib..c on these
oe -asious, ii ono 01 thc undencaa o; c ?.o.ja.a. appreua
t.o_ 01 its merits ,
J crms nay be known snd or:l"r: rccavcd tor app.ytcg
tho patent to carnagea, or LUiehaa. ci state Riants, by
addressing to C. LUt REl.X, PaMuioe,
No. 03 Llizabtia aJ:a.:, .>e\v York.
TUE CELEBRATED -CUAIG .UltROS.
UOPL- combine tstraoUon wi.h amuse -ct. ecu
k:ts torcvar. 1 eat, rimpLat, cbcai est end most power
luiMi rosaopciu t.c world; majju&* 10.000 dmai. or
coud to UO? iiwrascopii colima m .Jr on an on
urey uc' -an icq- ' no .u 1 odju.imeu^ Lhere
ora it an bu rc. ...y u.: v e.- r, o.c- von by
cnHdroa A OCAA. i -a Bl? -e 0 d er yaun ad yt- 1 .0
J 1.4iii? cir?.? as wu., s eciCttUlUi use; .-..ov - 'ic
anultoi to.? m 10 ?, Lcusn.ebui ..1 lu...?ut a? ?
aro,,, i wau*, eel? Laviucau , j,.u.u..-- iu uulk, u
a u 0 her iluds, ?ubuiui 1 .u .uic u. Lbir, claws o.
.'? ? ?j, asjiiiectuo rat-J .tua. u 1 nt.L-li>" or pork
m vr uix ii B-usiinj UBUuydoatus ?un.m uart
'.'?.'- .lid .u .>?* th? wwjoclS ..iUCi. Ula; ba X.X?.U U
4"*k ja? 0 .d:.fu- ...i fas.- c .lu without uttuUti. Ad
re i-v iu ca 1 ?...1 teu .1- c.. ...cg^ iy.ua tower.
:t tao,; i e Uta* i?.?miim? at tue cha bute j;'ir. Libk
r.. is.-ou... '?a A^U .t., .caJO.J an 1 UCA , rs. Pr.cc ?2.5U.
l a ked .u a na t bur ano ?eu prepaid to -ny^ dreas eu
receipt ol s-'.??. aioucy can Lo scut by :? ?11 at our ri k
Ad tresa CrtOaGL Mli.il)E, Draaor Nu. 80, lUciuo, W is
?onsm. U November 13
Shoulders, Stript, ITamt, ftc.
JEFFORDS & CO.
WU atfl THIS DAY, In front of their ?tow, at 9H o'clock,
600 CHOICE CRIGHT SHOULDERS
20: o poonda i.holco 3. C. Strip*
100 ia Hams
30 boxes Tobacco
10 half obi. !.. a?
10 ticrcrs SnaoLcd Eco!
4 hi.ls -Ll?.
25 bi ?? Sweet P?tateos.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Book?, ftc.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS M0RN7SG, at 1? o'clock, I wiP sell at my ?tore
cor er of Km : and Liberty .trotts,
A choice asrirtment of DRY GuoDS, Hosiery. Ger?
mantown Good-; Clothing, 4c.
A LOT OF BOOKS. Lamps, Parlor Ornaments. 4o.
Novo 'ber 31
1'ertmptorii S le at Auction of 300 Casa Pre?
server, JAL'ts. Fruits, Pickles, Clams, Bran?
dies, IVines, Russ' Punch, Cocktails, Bitters,
BY CA'IPRELL. KNOX & O.,
At their Cssii Auction House, So. titi Hasel
'.trect, opposite Po.tofllce.
lO-MOBR JW, 221 Inst., at 10 o'clock,
Son-itea now open for la-pa tion. November 31
New Enameled Cottage Sets-Bedsteads, Mat
tresses, Packers, Chairs, Tables, Carpets, and
Rolls Carpeting, ftc, ftc.
BY CAMPBELL, MOX & CO.
ro-MORROW. at-10 o'clock, at their salesroom-, No. 65
H ?se: street, ?p Stairs.
erv Above Furniture, ic., now o.:oa tor inspection.
NOT. meer ll_'_
G tnt ttl Furniture of a Family Leaving tit
City, at Auction
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneers, \o. 27 Broad street.
ON MONDAY, tho 26tb inst., ah ll o'c .ock, at the reel
dene? No 10 Water stre t,
HOUSEHOLD FU .TNI I UBS, Cjciis'dng of a P!in?
IT good ordor, Mohair, Can ?eat and straw Eottoa
Cha rs, i cdstoads aad Eoddiag, Crockery, Gasswaro,
Litcbcn Utensil , Ac, ftc.
1 ROIEi AY, (ono hors ,) and harness, Fancy P?*nL
try, fcc._thsmS_Ncrembrr 21
.4 Honst and Bot, No. 27 Henrietta Sireef,
Sou h si'te, Three Doors E<t*t of the Citadel
Square Baptist Church, at Auction.
BY SM I H & Sc?lLLlY?AY,
ltoal E tatc Agents, No. 27 Broad Street.
On TCESDA7, the 23tb ins .. at ll o'clouk, at the East
end of Broad street,
All that LOT OF LAND, mesa in: - feet f en' by
llBlcetlndopth, topoiher wltb tho .WO AND A HALF
Sie).tx \ OJD .?I bU -aDING t or on. ron arning ur
squ ire roo ns, t.vo aa:., dressing room ami pantry,
kitchen w.th ?ve ra.ms, gas tar-ughaut house, good
Teran-Oie-tbirl cash; the b ilones In. one. twa and
three yoi s. Purauascr to pay S. u aleG. f *r pipers and
stamps. _tuthsmtufl November 19
A House and Lot No 7 Ashley street, next South?
west Corner of Palmetto Street, at Auction,
BY SfllTH & MCGILLIVRAY.
Heal Ki ta te A cents. Ko. 27 Broad Street.
Oa TUESDAY, the 23 hia?-ait-, at ll o'olocfc, at the East
end of Broad street,
All tint LOI OF LAND, wit}. Weed n Euildine there?
on, containing i square rooms, dressing room and pm
try, measuring 38 leet from by 100 tent deep; ol.o, out?
Terms-One-half cash; tho balance In one and two
yo .is. Puronoscr to pay S. ft McG. tor pape s und ata ip.'.
November 19 tutinuntufi
Oas Stock al Private Sau.
BY I. S. K BENNETT.
At Private Sale
- sH ?HES CHABL2ST0N GAS STOCK.
App.y aa above, at
No. 40 BBOAD STREET,
November 20_Up s. sirs.
B? li. .fl. MARSHALL & BRO.,
Beal Estate Agents, No. 33 Broad street.
At Private S ile or to Lease
VALUABLE RICE. COTTON AND PREVISION
PLANTATIONS AN J FARMS on tba Waccitnaw. San
tee, A ah I ey, > .ando and Cheehaw Rivers and in the vi?
cinity of Charleston. . 2 tutu November 1
CITY ADVERTTSEMEN rs.
TO raovrna voa TUS LIQUIDATION or THE I?TZBZST
OH ras DEBT 17 TBS cm. vina: ACCBU?O a. TBS
TtmriEiH oar or sBi-rutscu Lair.
BE IT ORDAINED B? .HE MAI! -R AND ?LDEB
alEN ic ' lty Council ?b-.emb.eit. That tor the par?
p?se of liquidating the interest cn the public debt ot the
city, which accrued on tho mir loth aa; ol September
last, sis per cenu stack, OD. y a to ry on the corp r.t on ot
the City of charleston, shall be issued under tho direc?
tion ot the Mayor, t the persons holding a'ocka or biz
I er cen:, tonds oi tho city, ami ent tie a to tcceivo the
in. ere-1 acciued thereon at the time above stated, the
asi? stock to bear iutjic-t alter tue rata of ax per ceuL
?er annum, r.a.. abie quorieriy, redeemooie tu thirty
ears Lom dat?:: Pr LU. cd, iiiat LO part of said stock
ah li bc ls.ee i for any sum lau t.au twenty doluvrs, er
fur any fractional p rt ot a dolir: Provided, also, that
all sams 1er losa thar, twant- da.lara, und t r lraeao_*l
parts ol a dollar, shall be paid in city bilis.
Bte. 3. That tue term of certificate, and mode ot
transier or said stuck shall oe subject to the ooma regu
isttoua aa new exist m i causa to otuer dey aix per cant,
stocks ot thc city.
lutitted in ci.y council this twenty.aocontT day of Octo?
ber, ID the year oi our Lord une tuoosand eight hun?
dred and sixty-seven.
IL. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council._October 28
AN OK OIN A \ CK
ru nxocxATE TUE naznorao ox DOCKS.
Whereas, Tho best interests ot the city, as well aa the
convenience ol the shipiiiug visi?ug th: port,demand
mut tn. channel of Coo. er Rivet' oe k?pc open with eulUV
el cut depth o^ water for uh commercial purposes, and
tree froni obstruction:
tie U ordained, that la iu oro all mud removed .rota
an- ot the cit; docks uv dredge machines, or otherwise,
snail be remove i uno liuudr.d und n.ty tate om, Lom
the end oi thu clock.
the iituoor Master shad bc tarnished w.th a copy of
this Oroiuauec, wu., la he U rcqu.ioJ atria ly to cutureo;
-1..U to lei'O.t lor jjroamutiou un viou.ious oi ino suma}
?vinca snail euojoct tn J partv so uUeueUug to a ?lue ..ot
oxcecdiug ouu nundiod auihus tor e.icn uno every
UaUUuu in City Council this eight day of October, tn the
y ar of our Lord ono thaUatf.d oujtt uuadcaj aad
ci x.y ?seven.
,L.c.j P. C. GA ILL.} RD, Mayor.
W. ii. aaxin, dork ot CouneiL cctobar ld
OFFICE OF ClTi- TBEASUBY, I
January i, isel.f
PU?LIC NOTICE 19 Ho-BELY GIVEN itlAi U.N.tB
he u.-c -v.n., ordinance u- eases havooceu frep.lad
toi111. Vtti-j ir oin liais o m cu. S. X d o aiA.-,
M:C 1. De it Ordained by 'Ai Mayor and Aiaunwi-m
ZUy Viui.cilaistx'OUd, lhat from ano alter tue hut j. y
St Jana l}', lieeuscs suaU be talton out for .11 cari., dr.;,
uid wa ,elis, UUJ lor private and domustic paryo^ss, n
the J.D.. wauuer, und according to Uie aamu yroviaitl .
uow ei toree iu relation to cai t?, drays anti wa^oiui, icm
inven tor hire, eateeyt giving bonds, And uacnsuia
iain, dray or wauou, .uah bu lii'cvided wita a o^a.-e cc. .
r;.nm0 no uutuoer enc.eu:, aud maakod iVttotc, to - e
iJ.aceU OU LU H outside Ol tUu SUaiU
Ssc S. No person uuaii be taiten by th. Treasnrer ra
.ure.y to any bou<> under thu ur?'-uanee coucv-iuru, I -
.coses tor Cana, drays, wagoiui and other carrures, ur*
less be or she be a /"eeuoiucr.
aCC, S, thu luliuw o0 .uah usrealter be the rates itt
licenses for publie aud private tuns, drays, wa^ous, ?."
1'ieiuUiUct ibu horses ur uiulus u.eu uaeruoi, wbieu lu. C
se 'rue trom otuer luxation:
eannie cairrs, i.uaYs, tic, on THOSE EMPLOTXS rs wi
ncscsnss waiAXBV?sa tun mus i>iua>ci uu urwiaaov.
t or every Cari, dray or w-iiou, urawn by oue Uor?c u
i or *very cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horse' ot
? or every hack and carriage with two wheels, $20.
l'or every hack and euar.u^e with lour wheeis, ?40.
i-'ci every starre or ounuous .except line cmnitts,
Aim two horses. 70O.
Yoi every (tace or omnibai (except baa omalbi tj,
Irawn by tour horse*, Sub.
1 or every truck <)rawu o y two or more horses or mules,
Por every express wagon drawn 07 two or more hor.es
ar mules, t-lo.
BILE AD CAalTS ASD PIUVATE CAUTS, DRATS, ETC
For every bread cart or wawon, *6.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do?
mestic purposes, and not to bo employed li the trans
uwrtiuy ol fjoods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
a uu'commodity, for rompeusaiiou, either directly or
indirectly tor thu same, shah pay for a license the sum ot
ii, exclusive 01 the burse or niola.
lUuned in City Council, this 16th day ol January
L, a.) lu tho year of uar Lord one ?ouaa?d eight hua
dred and sixty^iz.
By tue Aluyot. P. C GATLLsBD, Mayor
Jauuarv 3 W. H. sMllB. Cloia ul .iouccij,'
~CITT TAXES-MONTHLY Util KN 3.
OF- ICE OF TUE CITY ASSESSOR, 1
CiTJ HALL, November L 18?7. I
N-QTtCE IS HEBLti? GIVEN Tu ALL CONCERN?
ED that tno MONTHLY RETURNS FOB lHE
aiuNTHOs uCiOBL;: PAin compliance w.th the
:ax Ordinance, ratued on the ?sth ua/ or Dot ember.
lSoti must be niatio on or belore the 16tu liiauat.
' .... j.i-L.. P. i-HAZER,
November_A-s^tant City Assrssor.
1-tl.LlC Mil Hr..
JFFIC1. C'LCBX ur COO'CIL, I
May lbt>7. )
lhe rollowlnji Sccuoa of " Au Ordinance to atoli?h the
.. iJeo ot speruteudi'nt et strrets ; tu ; rcv.de lor Keep.
ju? the MTeets' Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts m tho
;ity o; Charlesstou Clean, and lor otuer purposu," ia
Hereby pubUaacd for the information of ali eoucerned :
For tbs oue protection 0: the sud coaeracioror con?
? routers, i< ti/urtlitr ordained, lLai every owner, lessee,
ec anani auu tenant oi ?my ; remises tronting in uny
..eet. lane, adey, or open court, shall OJ every day
.uadays exceiAcu' have the dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
aol, piaceu iu trout ot nis or her lot, in a barrel, box or
.eu^, and m reaiiues? for the contractor, by'the boor ot
a.e.. o'clock, A. M., ito m the ui st day ot May to the
.. Jay ot ?.uv<jia"uor iu every year : and by the hoar of
.me o'clock, A. M., frcm thc ?rst day 0. November to
ie nisi d-y ot May following. And an- oerscu odcad
113 hci'ein, or pUeiua1 any uart, nith, garbs-jo, or odiar
Lui, in any street, Uno, or alley, or open couvt, arter the
.jurs above uutntd, ahull bc subject to u linc no: las.
...u two nor more than ?ve dolors, for ouch and every
dance, to bo imposed by the Mayor.
ny order W. H. SMITH,
?iuy ir. . Clerk ot Connel'.
s OT tc e..
-\FF?CE CLERE OF CO UNCO_THE FOLLOWING
ij clause of Section 1 OJ un "Ordiaaaeo to Itu isa sup
..esiortheyai. 1S?7," is pubLsutd .'or thc .utormatlon
. perseus saiUn; 'jOod> by asaiiile or omcnv.ee, .rho ore
)t nsulcutaoi tin. city. A.. persona are uerehy
aunt I to ie;iort 1 t. -.s 01l.ee. . " , ,.
..iuri-edouawoi- every uuuured doUanlot allgoodi
old ut dib city by pe:3.:u-uo. rc??Jciit*, by aiuiplect
tlwrwis*." *? 11 s -h1"',,.
.lau-.. ? 'tlorb O. t^UBfiq
-SO I 'CK.
orne! OF MIE CHIEF op-Pt>;rCTri
' L.iiAUiXsTu>-, >. C. May i J
PBE REGCL4.B LWEcTiUN CF luE LOC> AND
I il ' .-.niw, AC, wmcommciiie ou Mond?*
. st iui i ?wiicr? aud uMUixoit* ure Iwrctoy teouinri
_ . ?"j ' Q , jj;cu liol ale .U fcO^d eO.ullt.OU UUU liil.t
. rouge 1.tod us requital by OrUN
-.'.T ..'.'taJ-n.s.ceUOU:- xv.Ufollow.
B. ?rd"er o. Alayor ..AXLi^n. & ^
Cb'?f ef Poboft,