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The Daily USTews.
TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 186S.
' SEB SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -5?
COHONEB'S INQUEST.- An inqnoat was held at the City
Hospital, on Sunday afternoon last, on the body of Ada?
line Horel, coloxod, who was rescued from the steamer
General Hooker, at the time of tho lato accident, most
shockingly burnt The verdict of thc jury was in ac?
cordance with the facts.
FIEE.-Abont 9 o'clock last night on alarm of ure was
given in the First Ward. On repairing to the spot,
Brown's North Wharf, we found that the schooner J.
Paine, MAYO master, now loading for Boston, was on
Are. Wc understand that the captain discovered some
smoke proceeding from below decks, where cotton had
been stored during the afternoon, when he promptly
put down the batches and gave the alarm. The engines
soon commenced playing into the schooner's hold, and,
at the time we left, a little after 10 P. M., lt was thought
that the Ure would bo subdued without any material in
jury to the vessel. We are informed that the J. Paine
is partly loaded with old iron and naval stores ; sud that
but a small cargo was cotton, not over twenty bales.
A VILLI.* ABBXBTEB.-Tho scoundrel who so injured
the little girl in the bnrnt district, as mentioned In our
paper on yesterday, has In en arrested, and is now in
the Guard House. Some short time ago a vessel stop?
ped at this port, from the Dry Tortugas, with a number
of Government workmen on board, and this fellow,
being one of them and having left ?he vessel, has been
roaming about the city since, and was before the Mayor
some days sgo for drunkenness. On Sunday night be
applied for lodgings at tho Guard Hov.se, heine very
wet, and anxious to got before a Ero to warra him?el*.
Suspicion being direoiod to bim, evidence sufficient to
cox viet him were discovered, and since then the child
and others have fully identified him.
FATAL ACCTOENT.- A clever little colored boy, named
Edward Mo&wood, who had been found wandering a'.out
the streets, and had been taken to the Guard House
some week OT toa days since, met with an accident on
Sunday afternoon, which has slnco proved fatal. Lieut.
Copes, of the upper police, being much pleased with the
little fei ow, had tt so arranged as to have charge of him,
and on Sunday afternoon sent him with a message from
his quarters to his residence, and on his way he stopped
at tho South Carolina Railroad to play on the cars which
were being moved to and fro. In jumping from tho top
of ono of them to the ground, he fell across tho road,
when ooo of the o us passed over his thighs sod mutilat?
ed them so that they had to bo amputated, from the
effects ol' which the p wr boy died at 11 o'clock on Sun?
EXPL?NATOEY.-In our report of the flro in King
street on Thursday last, wo stated that a lady was found
nea: ly suffocated in her bed. and rescued by several
firemen. We aro now assured, on most rellablo author?
ity, that tho lady bau boin awakcued previously hy the
ameU of fire; went to her store, accompanied Dy 'some
firemen; and it was not until after the front door had
been opened that, she fainted, overcome by the volume
of smoke which rushed in. Wo make this explanation
at the . oqnest of the lady, who, we rcgrotto state, has
been a severe sufferer, and lost neal .y her entire stock
of gocds. Sho bad "succeeded in dragging oat ac old
trunk; a policeman locked it aud gave her the key. That
trunk was broken open, and everything taken out of it.
It contained $16,000 in Confederate money, $2500 in
Confederate seven per cent, bonds, and $1000 in Cm
federate fiur per cents, and a very fine oil painting of
Borneo and Juliet, woith $160. 'the remainder of tho
truck was packed with books."
The name of tho lady is Mles Catharine Agnes Doyle.
We hope this explanation will bc satisfactory, as lt was
far from our intention to hurt the fee inga of thia ladv, or
to do her thc east injmticc.
COTTON FACTORIM.- A cotton factory in Macon, Ga ,
is torn;.ig out 9G,000 yards of sheeting per month,
This ls doing very well, and we are glad to record such
evidences of "lifo in tba old land;"-but we expect ero
long to go considerably ahead of it Extensivo mills
aro now in course of construction lo Kalmia. H. C., on a
larger scale than any heretofjre in operation in the
South, whore all kinds of cotton goo ls are to bs manu?
factured from the cheapest homespun to thc finest
.?prints'' or calicoes.
In connection with.these cotton works, there will be
also a first-class paper miU, where the best article of
new*,'book and writine paper HD bo manufactured. B.
F. Evans, Esq.. long snd favorably known in this city,
as engaged In the stationery and publisbit g i uaincss, ls
the President of the Company, and glvoa aU his time
and energies to the furtherance of this pp ject, and
those acquainted with bis character will require no other
guarantee of tho success and early completion of this
Thc location selected, Kalmia, in the vicinity of Aiken,
S. C., is one particularly su.table for the purpose, com?
bining as it does all the elements necessary for the tuc
cessful carrying on of manufacturing on a large scale.
MAYOR'S COUBT.-The man who, a day or two ago,
waa brought before the Mayor for being drunk, and who
said that it waa an accident, for ho could show certifi?
cates that he had always been a member of tho Tem?
perance Society, was u^aln before hie Honor for the
same offence, and having no excuse this time, was
A man who was fighting, drunk, and had bia jacket
off, challenging the world to single combat shrunk into
nothingness before the policeman, and was brought to
the Guard House, like a lamb. He was fined $6.
A nice gentleman, who got in a row some months
sgo, and received a slight tap on bis head, upon wbicu
he still wears a patch, was arraigned for being very
drunk; but declaring that since ho got the blow cn hia
crown the least liquor makes him drunk, the Mayor
fined him only $5.
Au individual who disposes of ' the ardent" was fined
$20 for not allowing his decanters to reston Sunday, and
for having human tumblers in his establishment as well I i
as glass. I y
A man, not a good Christian for selling on Sunday, was
A horseman, who indulged lu racing in thc streets, tn
the great danger of any ono who was in the way of the
animal, was fined $6 to pay for his amusement
PBOVOST CO?ET.-JOHN BURNS, sailor, who was car?
ried to the Guard House, being drunk and disorderly | ?
on East Bay, was fined $2, or 2 days' imprisonment
William Furlong, sailor, who was found lyln? down
drunk in Anson street, was fined $1.
* Daniel Holmes, colored-Stealing -John Dansby tes?
tified that ho keeps a store in King street, snd that, on
Saturday night last, defendant came iuto lt aud stole a
piece of ribbon, and ran off. Witness pursued bim, and
recovered the property. Sentenced to 5 da} a' imprison
Elizabeth Gillon, colored-Assault-Mary Gillon
(colored) testified that she is the mother of defendant,
and that, on Saturday evening last, ehe wont to wake
her, to get 1er supper, but sbo wouldn't wake, and that
afterwards slio got up, and commenced throwing the
things of tho bouse about Witness corrected her. wbuu
defend J nt knockod her down; and she then called the
police, and had defendant taken to tho Guard House.
Defendant stated, in justiQcation, that when she
thought her mother had whipped her enough, she told .
her to stop, and sho didn't, so she knocked her down. ! 1
The Court found defendant not guilty. j *
D. Nicholson, colored-Drunk.-Policeman Cronan jc
testited that h<* was on duty in tho market, cu Saturday
night, and saw the defendant lying on thc pavement,
very drunk. Witness arrested him and curried Ulm to
the Gua- d House; he went VJ ry quietly and niado no
resistacce. Sentenced to a Que of $1, or ono day's im?
Amy Edwards, colored-Stealing.-Nancy Bolles
(colorod) testified that she lives in Tradd-street, and
that on Saturday last, wbile sho was out, defendant
drew thc staple from ber doer, and stole a quitatlty of
her clothes, a part of which she had on on Sunday.
Sentenced to $10 fine, or ten days' imprisonment
Wm. Edwards, colored.-Stealing.-Andrew O'Hear,
colored, testified that on saturday evening ho was
standing on the corner of King and Radcliffe streets,
wh?ss> defendant, with two others, came up, and while
thedefeurt ant engaged him in talk, and pretended that
he wanted to cell him a banjo, which he had with bim,
the other two went into Houston's and stoic three
coats. The defendant kept talking to prevent him from
seeing whit the other t* o were doing, but witness was
too smart Ono of tho- thieves had his shoes off. R.
Houston, colored, testified that he was in a store on the
opposite aide of ihe street on some business, having
justl'ft his own etcre but a minuto or two, wbeu he
was infermed, by the cr e* of the boy, of the robbery.
When be ran over to bis shop he found that three coats,
valued a*, about eigh'y ('oUars, had beon stolen, with
letters and likenesses in the pockets. The boy saw the
stealing and 'nfoimed witness-knows nothing of it
himself Tb o Court found defendant not guilty.
Reme Smith, colored-Stealing.-James Gorman tes-11
tined that on Sunday night, at about 10 o'clock, he
caught the defendant stealing from Mr. Dunn's wood
yard, on 8outh Bay, four sticks of yellow pine wood.
Sentenced to a fine of $10 or ten days' Imprisonment.
Henry Mitchell, colored-Disorderly conduct-Police?
man McDonald testified that on Sunday afternoon, ho
was on duty on South Bay, where there was a crowd of
colored men playing ball. Witness told them lt was not
proper for them to play ball on Sunday and took the ball
from them. They shortly after playM again, having ob?
tained another ball, and when witness made au effort te
take that defendant snatched hie club and ran off with
it He found defendant this morning (Monday) in the
neighborhood of the Charleston Hotel, and took him in
a?-tod v; and he resisted him so that he had gre.t diffi?
culty in netting bim to the ouard House. When witness
remonstrated ? ito. him on Sunday ho said he didn't.
care for any white-livered ton of a b-. Def-ndaut
has but ono hand is the reason why witness did not
strike him. Tho "oart found the defendant not guilty.
Tom Briwn, cnlcnvd.-Disorderly con tuet.- Police?
man Brlsc-iM tcstitic-1 that as ho was going on po9t this
morning (Monday), In- saw a ero rd in M* sting street
near thu luarket, where tho police were engaged in tak
lng a colored mau to thc Guard House, and that he saw
defendant on the opposite side of thi street pick up a
brick, and run toward?the crowd, but that he arrested
him before he could throw it, and carried him to the
Guard House. 1 he Court found defendant not guilty.
ETward Brown, colored.-Shooting a pistol.-Police
ir:.ii Hntson los tined fha* bc >ns on duty on Saturday
last at the corner ot 'Washington and Calhoun street*,
..nd that he saw defendant draw hie pistol and fire it in
t ie ground. Ibo Court found the defendant guiby,
but with no criminal design, and he was therefore dis?
Samuel Givens, colored_Stealing a mule-G. W.
Shier testified that on Saturday last two boys, of which
the d?fendent was one, came along the Goose Ci eek road,
about eighteen miles from Charleston, driviog in a cart |
a black horse mule which had been stolen from his fa?
ther since the 26th nf February last, and when question?
ed about it, he said ho bad borrowed lt from his father
in-law. Witness arrested defendant and brought htT to
town. R W. Lord testified that he was coming to town
on the Goof e Creek road on Saturday last and saw a
black horse mule in a cart, which he was sure was
Shler's, and that he told the driver that he must go back
to tho Eighteen Mile House, to ascertain positively
whether ij was or not When they arrived there, it was
found that the mule was Shler's, and the defendant said
he had tx Trowed the animal from his father-in-law, Ja?
cob Butler. Sentenced to a fine of $30 or 30 day's Im?
Julia, colored.-Disorderly conduct -Defendant tes?
tified that on Saturday la-t tc heard loud talk ng in his
yard, and that when he went imo his piazza defendant
was using horrible lang age, and saying she would hit j
any white child she pleased. Witness told her he would
have ber put in the Guard House, to woich shorcpUed
there was no Guard House now for her; and wh>n *hn
was arrested and carried to the Guard House, she told
them they ('aro not lock her up. Thc defendant was
di-charged with a reprimand.
Eve, colored.-Assault-A. F. Myer testified that a
boy, on Satr.rday, came into bis storo to buy twenty-five
cents' worth of potitoos, and ttat ho bad in his hand,
besides the quarter, a ten cents and two coppers; and
that ho took the quart? r and gave him the potatoes.
That defendant carno in just alter, and told him that the
Doy bad a dollar, and thu bs had been nowhere else,
ind that therefore, he (the wi'ness) must havettken
ho dollar, and insulted hlmse'f and his wife very gross
y. Witness told defendant ahemust not make so much
loise in his house, and when she continued he shoved
?erout She then made an awful noise, grabbed Mm,
lit him, and almost tore hts Bhlrt off hie baok. Gen
enced to a flee of $1 or one doy's imprisonment
The case of Jacob Goings for shooting Tom Butler,
vhlch was reported in THE DAILY NEWS yesterday, was
-eferred to a Military Commission.
Auction Sales Tilla Day.
JAMES L. GANTT will sell this day, at the corner of
East Bay and Broad-street, at ll o'clock, certificates of
ity s x percent stock. Also, a new sb op; also a tract
f land in ElDg-street, on tho east nido, between Queen
troet and Hor beck's Allry. Also, $10,UoO City six per
HENRY COMA A Co. will sell be'oro their store. No. 26
r*adne Range, at l alf-paat 10 o'clock, one bale damaged
otton, and sugar, bacon, candles, flour, kc
MILLIGAN, MELOUXRS A Co. will sell this day, at
heir s'ore, No 20 Vendue Range, at 10 o'clock, a large
ot of ro.dy-made clothing, boots, shoe?, hats, furni
ure, Ac ; also, 10 suits of English clothing, slightly
T. M CATER will seU this day. on Brown's Wharf, at
0 ??'clock, 20 hhdb. new bacon shoulders.
?Eonr.r. HtrsEKES will sell this dajL beforo hie store,
io. 18 Von me Bange, at 10 o'clock, 1 bale of cotton,
ases of Rhino wine, buckwheat, stat ch aud other
JAS. W. BBOWN A Co. will sell this ?ar at their storo,
lo. 116 East Bay, at half-past 10 o'clock, hams, should
rs. starch, Ac.
G AD ni KL DEWITT will seU this day, at tho northwest
o uer of King and Spring st cots, at half-past 10 o'o ock,
n excellent saddle and draft horse.
MILES DRAKE will sell this day, athis store, corner of
ling and Libo ly a'rcet?, at 10 o'clock, dry goods, to- |
arco, and a large assortment of other goods.
MCKAY A CAMPBELL wiU sell, this day, at their stores,
[asc!-Ktree\ next to Poatoffl e, at 10 o' lock, tho bol?
see of a stock of a dry goods store; also, twine, codfish,
thee desk-, Ac.
F. BACKUS will sell, this day, at bia store, No. 136 |
fee'lng-strcet, at half-post 10 o'clock, o large And well
?sorted stock of dry goods, with a variety of other orti?
LACHET A ALEXANDER will sell thia doy. in their |
lores. 1 ot. 138, 110 and 142 Meeting-street, at 10
c'ock, bacon, lard, cheese, fish, cock ng range,
HELP, OR WE PERISH.-This U what neglected teeth
ould say If they cou'd remonstrate with their owners;
id mark this, the te th cannot perish or become blask
r yellow if the SOZODONT is used daily. tua J
ONE THOUSAND DOLLA?S REWABD -We hope that thia
rge reward, offered by Z B. Oakes, insurance Agent,
>r the incendiary who lately fired Robb's Row, will be
ie means of bringing to punishment thc scoundrel
r scoundrels who were guilty of the crime.
A Nsw YORK reporter, giving on sccount of a very se?
iet and recherche dimer party given in Fifth Avenue
xently. dooa it up in poetry, and closes bis account
1th the following feeling stanza :
But strange to nay what ere did poss,
Was it soup, Bah, tarts or flitters.
Between each courte they quaffed a glass
Of I. M. O. K. Bitters.
Pinkerton's Waboo ind Calisaya Bitters ore the best
ppetl^ng agents in tho world. Try them, dj ?peptics,
nd yo will be conviuccd. tutbsS
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
it Private Sale
'ALUABLE PROPERTY OF VARIOUS KINDS, AS
Desirable PLANTATION in Bullock County, Georgia
Valuable Plantation near the village of Mount Plea
ant containing some of the best Sea Island cotton land
S?a leland and Rice Plantations
Houses and Lots in various paris of the city
Valuable Residence and fine Farm Lot in Greenville,
1. C., delightfully sltua'ed. .
Of various kinds, consisting of office desks and
:hairs. par'or chairs, 4c, Ac.
Apply aa above, to A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 27 Broad street, south side, m ar State.
Seed Rice and VoUon Seed.
BY L. Iii VC H ?i SUN.
it Private Salo
30 bushels of PRIME SEED RICE.
10 bushels of LONG COTTON SEED, in store, which
re wUl seU low, at No. 506 King-street.
< : 500 for a Comfortable Duelling.
BY B. MCCALL.
lt Private Salo
A two and a half story TENEMENT DWELLING am!
.0 T OF LAND cu the south sido ol' Beaufain street,
ontainlog 6 rooms; kitchen und other impiuvements
in the 1 ot.
Apply as above, at No Ol BROAD ST.
ri most Delightful, Healthy and Commodious Su
burban Residence on Oantxon-street.
BY B. McCALL.
Lt Private Sale
AU that most delightful, healthy and commodious
bree story BRICK DWELLING and extensivo LOT OF
LAND, pleasantly situato on the south side of Cannon
itroet near Ashley, No. 91, and known as "Islington,"
containing 12 spacious, airy and well arranged rot ms,
sr 1th gae, grates and waterworks throughout, wide
liazz&a and private stairs. Tho lot contains 110 feet
iront and 210 feet in depth, having thereon a kitchen of
\ rooms, carriage, store, wood, cow and poultry heuses,
stables, Ac. ; a largo cistern and well of water; larg? veg?
etable and flower gardens, aud a choice selection of
fruit and ornamental trees, grapery, Ac. liv whole
premises being conveniently arranged, having every
convenience for the accommodation of a large family,
and ls well known os one of the healthiest locations in
the city. Price moderate. Terra-i accommodating. Ap?
ply as abov.-, at No. 61 BRUAD-STREET.
April 4 _wfsmtuthC
A. Fine Cfuince to Purchase a Church tn t? ooo
Condition, willi Large Lot.
BY BOWERS & SILCO.Y.
(Viii be sold at Private Sale
Tbatellgable and well located CEVURCH In Merri?
itreet between St. Philip and King-streets, on th?
South sido, called the Zion's Evangelical Lutheran
Church. The building ls forty-five (*6) feet wide bj
fifty (60) feet long, with neat pews, one side-gallery and
front choir-gallery, on brick pillars about three or thret
and a half feet high, and a wide portico in front, tl e
sn tire width of the Church. Lot measuring elgLty
[80) feet wide by two hundred (200) feet deep.
Thia Church will be disposed of on account of tb
anion of the above congregation with the Proteatap
Methodist, now called the Wentworth-street Lutherai
Church. For further particulars apply as above, at
No. 127 MEETING-STREET,
Opposite the Market
Bacon, Lard, Cheese, and Fish.
BY LAIKKV Si ALEXANDER.
THIS DAV, lui h lriot, wilt be cold lu our store?, Kos.
138, 140. and 142 Me-ting street, at 10 o'clock,
- BACON STRIPS
- Clear Sides
- Pork Heads
- tes. Prime Lard
- boxes Cheese
- boxes Herrings
- boxes Fish.
Conditions cash. ^^^^^ April 10
Cooking Range, Stove, Brushes, Bone, Qui ?ns, Ac.
BY LACREY Si AIiBXANOKK.
THIS DAY, 10th inst, will be sold in onr Stores, Nos.
138,140 and 142 Meeting-street, at 10 o'clock,
1 large COOKING BANGE
1 Cooking Stove
- dizen Dusters
- dozen Scrubbing Brashes
- dozen White Waah Brushes. '
1 lot NEW ROPE
1 lot Chalos, ?cc, 4c.
Conditions cash._ April 10
BY P. BACKUS.
Will be sold, THIS DAY, the 10th, in my store, No. 13?
Meeting street, opposite the Pavilion Hotel, at half
past 10 o'clock,
5 KEJS PRIME GOSHEN BUTTER.
4 Barrels Herrings, to close consignment.
Conditions cash on delivery.
ALSO, .. 1
A WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF OBY GOODS,
C0N6I5TINO OF ' '
3 4BLEACHED HOMtSPCN, 4x4 Bleached Longcloths,
American and English Calicoes, Barages and other dress
roods; Swiss and Piaid Muslins, Bleach and Brown
Linen Table Alptva, Towelings, Hosiery of every des?
cription ; Fancy Soaps, consisting of Almond. Glycerene,
(v?ite and Brown Windsor; Honey, Palm and o ber floe
loaps, and 50(0 Glazed Collars, Pins, Extracts, tte,, all
>f which will be sold for cash on dell wry. April 10
Damaged Goods on Account of all Concerned.
BY P. BlCKUS. >
rVill be sold, THIS DAY, in my Blore. No. 136 Meeting/]
street, opposite the Pavilion lietel, at half past l6 (
One case of PARIS DELA IN S3, on account of all i
ion cero ed,
Cou di i lons ol fib. April 10
BY P. BAwKUS, 7~~
Till be sold THIS DAY, In my store, Ho. 136 Meeting
street, opposite the Pavilion Hotel, at hilf-past lO
One (1) all wool INGRAIN CAD PET, nearly new
ind in good order.
Conditions cash. April 10
?Uy Stock-City Memphis Bonds-Northeastern I
Ba'droad Bonds-South Carolina Railroad ana],
Bank Shares-Coupons, Ac, at Auction.
BY JOHN S. RIGGS & CO.
TO-MORROW, the 11th instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold, at our Real Estate and Stock Exchange,
THE FOLLOWING FIRsT-CL ASS SE
CI' Il XTI K S t
)NE HUNDRED AND FltTY DOLLARS IN CITY 8IX
PER ChNT. STOCK.
)NE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY DOLLARS IN CITY
SIX PER CENT. 8TOCK.
TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY DOLLARS IN CITY SIX
PErt Ct NT. STOCK.
TVE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN CITY SIX PER OENT.
!1X HUNDRED DOLLARS TS CITY SIX PER CENT.
?GHT HUNDRED DOLLARS IN CITY SIX PER CENT.
?IGHT HUNDRED AND FORTY DOLLARS IN CITY
SIX PER CENT. STOCK.
UGH T Ht'NDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS IN CITY
SIX PtR CENT. 8TO0K.
INE THOU8AND DOLLARS TN CITY SIX PER CENT.
LEVEN HUNDRED AND TEN DOLLARS CITY BIX !
PER CENT. STOCK. /
LEVES HUNDRED AND THIRTY DOLLARS CITY
SIX PER CENT. STOCK.
NINETEEN HUNDRED AND NINETY DOLLARS CITY
8IX PER CENT. STOCK.
EVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS IN CITY OF MEMPHI3
BONDS. DUE IN 1885. AND IN AMOUNTS OF ONE
THOUSAND DOLLARS BACH.
'HREE THOUSAND DOLLARS IN 8EVEN PER CENT
NO RT (IE ASTERN RAILROAD FIRST MORTGAGE
BONDS. FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH.
WO THOUSAND DOLLARS IN STATE OF SOUTO
CAROLINA BONDS OF $1000 EACH.
TVE THOUSAND DOLLARS 8TATE NORTH CARO?
EN SHARES SOUTH CA?O.T.TNA KATLROAD AND
ORTY-SEVEN SHARES SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
ROAD AND BANK.
WENTY SHARES CHARLESTON GAS COMPANY
'HK FOLLOWING DESIRABLE COUPONSi
OUPON8 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA (OLD)
OUPONS NOBTHEA?TERN RAILROAD BONDS.
OUPONd Cil Y OF COLUMBIA BONDS.
UNLIMITED SECURITIES will only bc received mi?
ll tue day before Ihe sale._Aprl IO
Elegant Mansion on Broad-street.
BY JOHN S. RIGGS dc CO.
lu THURSDAY, the 19th o? April next, wlU be offered
at Auction, if not dlspo od of at Private Sale before,
at our Real Estate and Stock Exchange, corner O
Broad and East Bay streets,
MTHAT ELEGANT MANSION on the north
side of Broad street, known by the No. 116, ho?
ing the third door west of King-street, contain?
ing twelve fine square rooms, pantry, atore and
ircaBing rooms, all of them admirably arranged, having
>een finish cd in modern style, combining all thc recent
mprovdments and conveniences usually found m a
lrat-cloia residence, with gas In all the rooms and hall,
md a capacious cistern and well of water on the
The location of this residence Is one of the best in the
:lty, fronting Broad-street on the south, and presenting
i tine appearance, with bande?me Verandah. Portico
md Railing, constructed of Iron, with much taste and
i urabi li ty. The Lot baa a front of sixty feet and a depth
>f over two hundred feet, more or less.
Conditions- One-quarter caah (or aa much over as the
mrcbaser may desire to pay); the residue in one, two
ind three years, secured by bond and mortgage, with
nterest from day of sale, payablo semi annually. The
mlldlngs (o be insured, the policy assigned, snd tho
mrchascr to pay for papers.
N. B - ThU property can be examined and treated for
it Private Bale, until the day beforo the Auction, on ap
illcaUon at our office. J. S. RIGGS At CO.
April 3_1 tbatuS
BY WARDLAW Si CAREW.
Will be sold on THURSDAY next, 11th instant, at ll
o'clock A. M., at thoir Sales Room, corner Broad and
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE SEC URI
3EVEN SHARES SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
FIFTY SHARES SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD AND
TWENTY HALF SHARES SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
FORTY HALF SHARES SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
TWO HUNDRED SHARES CAROLINA INSURANCE
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS BONDS, STATE OF
80UTH CAROLINA, $6011 EACH
DNE THOUSAND DOLLARS BONDS, STATE OF
SOUTH CAROLINA, $600 EACH
JNE THOU8AND DOLLARS BONDS. STATE OF
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS BONDS OF GREEN?
VILLE AND COLUMBIA BAILROAD
THREE THOUSAND DOLLAR8 BONDS OF GREEN?
VILLE AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD, ENDORSED
THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS BONDS, STATE OF
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS BONDS, STATE OF VIR?
ONE THOUSAND DOLLlR3 BONIS, CITY OF CO?
SEVEN HUNDRED DOLLA RS CITY OF CHARLESTON
SIX PER CENT. STOCK
TWO THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED AND NINETY
DOLLARS CITY OF CHARLESTON SIX PER CENT.
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS BILLS OF FARMERS'
AND EXCHANGE BANK
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS BILLS BANK OF SOUTH
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS COUPONS OF BONDS OF
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
TWELVE HUNDRED DOLLARS COUPONS OF
CHARLESTON AND 8LVANNAH RAILROAD
COUPONS OF THE CITY OF COLUMBIA, S. C.
UNLIMITED SECURITIES reeelved until day of sale.
April 10 _
AUCTION SALE OF ARMY WAGONS, AM?
BULANCES AND CARTS.
Will be sold, MONDAY, April 16,1810, at ll o'clock A
M. at tlie Government Stables, on Chalmers street, a
Public Auction, to thc highes, bidder,
One lot AMBULANCES
One lot Army Wagons
One lot Government Carts.
Terms cain. D. R. HUNT,
Apr il 7 Capt. 26th O V. V. and A. A. Q. M.
City Stock at Auction.
BY j A .'i KS L GANTT.
THIS DAY, 10th inatant, at the crier of East Bay and
Broad streets, will he offered. In lots,
About $?0,rtuo CITY SIX I'Klt CENT. STOCK.
Conditions cash._ April 10
BY JA.HKS Ai. GANTT.
THIS DAY, luth Instant, at ll o'clock, at corner ol
Broad and East Dav streets, will be offered,
CEIt l IFICATB CITY 8IX PEU CLNT STOCK-$300.
Certificate city Six per cent. Stock-$1930.
Conditions cash. April 10
New Sloop at Auction.
BT J A .TI KS Ii. GANTT.
THIS DAY, 10th instant, at ll o'clock, at corner of |
East Bay and Broad streets, will be offered,
A new SLOOP, complete in all resnex^arvlth Sall, An?
chor, Ac. Capacity 6 cords. JR*^
Conditions cain. J
Can be examined at CenUsB^fraser's) Wharvea^end I
treated for at private aaJUjasf southwest corneriui Bra "
and ChurchjEtreefa?<t)*^K- " April 10
mi?d^L^f??the Business Bari Of King-sir*
BY JAMES L. GANTT.
THIS DAY, the 10th instant, at tho^'oorner of Broad
vand East Bay streets, at ll o'clock,WIU bo offered at
?AtX THAT VEBY VALUABLE LOT OP LAND on
pk east side of King street, in the City fit Charleston,
dbetween Qneen-street and Horlbeck's A/Jcy, Immediate-,
ly north of-tho premises now occupied-by Ur. Leccas
sagne as a fancy store: measuring in front on King-,
street twenty-seven feet eight inches-, by two hundred .
and thirty-one feet In depth, be the same more or less. .
This 1s one or the finest Lots In ?hat neighborhood
and will mako a .splendid stand for a retail store of any- ;
kind. Tho property Is onlirely un encumbered, "'i'yf^:
On the Lot is a large quantity of Brick, which can be' (,
Terms of Sale-One-third ca?h; balanc?'Ivy bond i
able In one and two years, bearing intereatlfoni date J
sale, .to be secured by mortgsge cf property. The ;
chaser to pay 3. L. Ot. for papers. ' .;....
April 10J_ >tniLham?
. ft Farm Cart
BY JAMES L. GANTT. "\
70-MORBOW, 11th inst, at 10? o'clock, In fr?zjf of
my office, northwest corner o? Broad and Church's -).,
wiU be offered. ? - "<7t" >
A FABM CABTj?cryjcxceJlsnt article. ? )
Conditions coangal ' " April? G
TO-MO itB OW. llth ?hf, at 10 Ji o'clock, at the ?sra er
Broad and Church atre:U (Library Building), will be
An Invoice of OHAIB8 AND TABLES,
Conditions cash. Articles to be removed lmmedii
after sale._' _ April 10
Balance of Stock of a Dry Gooda Store.
BY MCKAY <& CAMPBELL,
Next to Postofllce, Hasel.street.
"We will (ell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, from the tafle,
DRESS GOODS, Fancy and Mourning Prints', Mull
and Cambric Muslins, Longolotha, Brown Sheetings,
Oanabnrgs, Shirting Stripes, Dealms, IrJsJp Lines,
Toweling;- Black Ciothr, Casalmere, Satinet, Fane;
Plaids, Linen Drill, Planter's Line?,. Damask Table j
Cloths, Silk, Linen Cimbric,. Turkey Red and Madder
Hdkfs., Silk Neck-Ties, 8uooT Cotton, Bu tone, Setts
Jowelry, Knives, Note Paper, Ac
Gents', Youths' and Ladies' BOOTS, Shoes and Hats.
SPRING CLOTHING-Coats, Vests. Pants, Ac.
Conditions cash. April 10
Ticine, Codfish, ?jficth.?/eaks.
BY McKAY di CAMFBKLL,
Will seU THIS DAY, in front of Stores, Nos. 80 and 82 ]
14 packages WRAPPING TWINE
Boxes Codfish, kits of Rei rings, Chevlng Tob?ceo
Tea, Coffee, Spices, ftc.
TWO OFFICE DESKS. c
Conditions cairn. _April 10
Small Dwelling Houses.
BY MCKAY di CAMPBELL.
On THURSDAY, 12th Inst, wlUbe soldat the Postoffice,
Broad-itrcet, at ll o'clock, .
All that LOT OF LAND with the FOUR TWO 8TOB?
WOODEN HOUSES thereon, situated ca the west side |
of St. Phillp-street, between Cannon and Spring streets,
m curaring in front 29 feet by 183 feet in depth, more or I
less. 'J his property is worthy the attention of any one |
desiring to Invest as lt baa always paid a handsome in?
ten st. A plat can be feen at our office at any time.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance In one and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage, with Interest
from day of sile, payable semi-annually; the buildings
tobe insured and the policy assigned ; purchasers to
pay McKAY ft CAMPBELL for papers. April 10
BY McKAY di CAMPBELL.
On THURSDAY, 12th Instant wlU be sold, at the Post
office, Broad street, at ll o'clock,
A VACANT LOT OF LAND, situated on the east
side of Archdale street, between Clifford and Berreerord
streets, measuring 30 feet in front by 120 feet in depth,
more or less; together with three Brick Chimneys and
foundation now on tho promises.
Conditions-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two and
three years, secured by bond and mortgage of the pro?
m?tes, with interest from day of sale, payable semi-an?
nually. Purchaser to pay McK. ft 0. for papers.
April ! 0_
Hams, Sftoidders, dc.
JAMES W. BROWN di CO.
WlU sell, THIS DAY, at their Store, No. 110 Eist Bay, at
400 New Bogg, d HAMS
26 boxes Starch
20 dozen Pails
20 dozen Brooms
4 barrels Pickles
_10 kegs Butter._April 10
Twenty Mids, new Bacon Sliouhlers, on account of |
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold THI8 DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at ie o'clock,
on account of shippers,
20 hhds. strictly choice BACON SHOULDERS.
Conditions cash._April 10
BY WM. M. PELOT, No. 4? Broad-street.
Will be sold in front of my office, TO-MORROW, 11th
inst, at ll o'clock A. M.,
20 barrels MESS BEEF
6 boxes Castile 8oap
1 Mahogany Sideboard
2 White Marble Top Mahogany Pier Tables
1 Mahogauy Bureau
14 Mahogany Ohairs
1 Secretary and Book Case
1 Child's Buggy
1 large Tin Boiler
Horses, Mules, Budgies and Furniture received until j
the hour of sale._April 10
BY L. BUA'CH Si SON.
TO-MOBBOW, 11th instant, at 10 o'clock, at No. 606 j
King-street, will be sold the following articles, viz:
ONE COTTAGE BED SI EAD,
One Marble-top Bureau.
All corresponding, making a neat set for a bedchamber.
One cooking stove in good order.
And other articles too numerous to mention. Immedi?
ately after sale will be offered
Two pair of good workMULES; all young.
Severil SADDLE and DRAFT HORSES.
Unlimited articles received up to Gie hour of sale.
April 10_ 3*
Government Sole of Machinery, Steam Boilers
&c, Oie remains of a Saw MdL
BY WILLIAM GURNEY, Auctioneer.
Will be sold, at public auction, at No. 102 East Bay,
( harloston, 8. C., TO-MORROW, April 11th, at 13 |
THE FOLLOWING CAPTURED PROPERTY:
Three STEAM BOILER?, about 21 feet by 30 inches
On-< largo Fly Wheel
And other parta of Machinery, more or less Injured
by fire, being the remains of a saw miH, built by the
so-called Confederate States. This property is to be
sold whero lt now Hes, within a few yards of the Fifteen
Mile Pest on the Dorchester Rood, on Dr. E. B. Baker's
plantation, fifteen miles from Charleston.
Terms-Cash, in Government currency, to bo paid Im?
mediately on conclusion of sale.
By order of the
SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
T. C. CALLICOT, Supervising Special Agent, U. S
Treasury Department_April 10
BY LEE Si CO.
ON FRIDAY, the 13th inst., we will seU at the Exchange,
corner of East Bay and Broad-streets, at ll o'clock.
THAT DESIRABLE PIECE OF PROPERTY,
situated on the east side of East Bay-street, one
door south of Hasel. The lot (of an irregular
shape) fronts forty-three feet six inches (43
feet 6 inches) on East Bay, and on the south line meas?
ures one Uundnd and fifty feet (160) deep, be the said
dimensions more or less. On the lot there is a rough
cost Brick Dwelling, two and a half stories, containing
four square rooms, with Pantry and Dressing-room, and
two finished attics: also, a brick kitchen with four rooms.
This property, situated as it ls, so near the bust, ss
portion of the city, presents an opportunity for a good
Terms.-One-half cash; the balance in one and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage of the property.
Purchaser to pay for papera. April 10
BY HENRY COBIA & CO.
THIS DAY, ot 10* o'clock, belora our atore, No.
Veu ?ne Bange, will be sold,
Ono bale DAMAGED COTTON, for account of all con?
7 erins cash. April IO
Flour ort account of all concerned.
BY HENRY COBIA ell CO.
THIS DAY, 10tb Instant, at .0 o'clock, before our store ,
No. 20 Vendue Bange, will be solo,
78 BARRELS FLoUR, partially damaged on voy ago
from Baltimore to this port, per schooner-, and sola
for accennt of underwriters and all concerned.
Terms cash._April 10
Sugar. Bacon. Candles, dc.
BY HENRY COBIA ?B CO.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, before our Store, No. 26 Tea?
doe Bange, will be sold,
10 barrel? CRUSHED SUGAR
16 barrels B White Sugar
6 hhds. Shoulders
? hhds. Sides
60 boxes and half boxes Candles
'JO boxes Soap
~] half barrels Pickles
i haskett Champagne
r casks English Ale, pints.
MULIGAN, BELCHERS dc CO.
:, THIS DAY, 10th inst, at our Store, No. 2?
Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock,
Nine suits ENGLISH CLOTHING, slightly dam aged,
to be sold on account of underwriters and all concerned.
L April 10_
}" .HIL Ll G A IV, MK LC HERS dc CO.,
No. 20 Vendue Range,
Will sell TH18 DAV, 10th inst, at 10 o'clock,
A large iot READY-MADE CLOTHING, COATS,
Pants, and Vests; 10' yards Melton Cloth, Calicoec,
cbildron'a Fancy Dresses, White and Colored Handker
chief&?KUapender?. Neckties, Linen Collars, Spools Cot?
-Cases Boots and Shoes, Ladies' and Gents' Hats, dc
. . . ALSO,
8undry ar lelos FURNITURE, BEC STEADS, Chair av
Rockers, J ables, Wire -aies, Cradle, ?.c., Ac.
Dru Goods, Tobacco, tte.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my s tore,
corner of King and Liberty streets,
Pieces PAUL DE OBEN Bri
Pieces Plaid Mozambique
Pieces Leno Muslins
_ Pieces Silk Tl-sues
Piece s Figured Lawns
Pieces Fancy Earego
Pieces Black and Striped Alpaca
Pieces 4-4 English and American Prints
Pieces 4-4 English and American Longcioth
Pieces 4-4 Irish Linen
Pieces 4-4 Union Linen, Brown Homespun
Melton Cloth, Black Italian Cloth, Embroidered Pas
de Ch?nes, Printed Linen, Printed Summer Satinet, Ac
Dozens Cassimero Pants, Fancy Scaps, a largo variety;
Hosiery, Linen Cambric, Hemstltcfced and Printed
Handherchiefs, Neck Ties, Searls, Barege and Cash?
mere Shawls. Scissors, Hair and Cloth Brushes, Pins
Oicnadinc Veils, Paper Collars, Ac.
One Box TOBACCO._April IO
BY OHO. HUMEK.EN.
Will bc cold THIS DAY, tho 10th inst., before my Store,
No 18 Vendno Range, at 10 o'clock,
1 bale COTTON
. J 8 coses Rhine Wine
? bb la Buckwheat
- boxes Starch, Block Tea, Codfish, Segare,
jg- Chalk Pip?s. Smoking Tobacco, San.
1 GROCER'S SCALE
Silver Watches and Pencils
1 Brasa Fawcot, Pimento, Ac.
Conditions cash._ April IO
Saddle and Draft Horse.
BY GABRIEL Dc WITT.
THIS DAY, 10th Inst, at io* o'clock A. M.. at north?
west corner of Hing and Spring streets, will be sold,
An excellent SADDLE AND DRAFT HORSE; war?
ranted sound_' _April 10
UNDER DECREE Iff EC?UIT ?'.
Strong vs. Ansel.
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 10th of April, 1866, at ll
o'clock, or soon thereafter, at the Old Custom House*.
under the direction of tho undersigned,'
All that LOT OF LAND, with tho BUILDINGS thereon^,
situate on tho wost side of Comlng-etroet, In Ward Na S,
./ ?V".;'*?- ?.?.*.. Inti Jn fWint,op_ Ojimlnjr-etreet forty
eight (48) feet, more or lersvand m depthlwo ctmi?so<
1200) feet, more or lesa Bounding to the east on Can?
ing street; to tho north and westby lands of-Seilet*?
and to the south on land of E. Michel.
Terms-One-third cash, and the residue in two oqua
successive annual instalments, secured by bond ol the
purchaser and mortgago of tee premises; the buildings
to be insured and the policy assigned, with leave to tho
. purchaser to pay the whole in cash. Purchaser to pay
for papers. JAMES TUPPER,
April 10 tuthlO Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Wilkinson vs. Wilkinson.
Will be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, ne
iront of the Old Custom Houte iu this city, on TUES?
DAY, the 17th April, 186?, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS
AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON, situate "on Charles?
ton Neck," measuring in trout on Coming-street thirty
nice (39) feet eight (8) inches, more or less, and ia
depth three hundred (300) feet, more or less, and known
by the number 166 on Coming-street
AU that LOT OF LAND adjoining the above, with tho
BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON. situato
' on Charleston Neck," measuring in front on Coming
street thirty-nine (39) feet eight (8) Inches, more or leta,
and in depth three hundred (300) feet, more or lesa, and
known by the number 167 on Coming-street
All that LOT OF LAND, with the TWO-STOBT
WOODEN BUILDING THEREON, Situate in Jasper's
Court, "on Charleston Neck," known in a plan of survey
of tte Morris Lands, made by Robert K. Pa? ne, Sur?
veyor, as number 27. measuring in front thirty-six (36
feet, and in depth one hundred and t venty (120) feet.
Bounding i n the north by lands of estate Francis L.
Wilkinson ; on the south by lands of Mrs. Anderson; oa
the esst by lands of estate Francis L. Wilkinson, and oa
the west by Jasper's Cont, whlcb said lot is now known
by the num'-er '?0 on said Ja-per's C urt
All that LOT OF LAND, with the WOODEN BUILD?
INGS 1 HEREON, situate in Jasper's Court "on Charles?
ton Neck," known In a plan of survey of the Morris
Lands, made by Robert K. Payne, Surveyor, as number
28, measuring ia front thirty-six (36) feet, aod in depth
one hundred and twenty (120) feet Bounding on tho
north of-Dereef ; on the south by landa of estate
of Francis L. Wilkinson ; on the east by lands of estate
of Francis L. Wilkinson, and the west by Jasper's Court,
which said lot ls now known by thc number 24 on said
AU that LOT OF LAND in America-street, known In th*
plat of lai>da prepared by Robert K. Payne forjjohn H.
Thoo, and purchased by him from James English, by tbs
letter D, No. 4; bounding to the east on America street,
and measuring ia front thereon forty (40) feet, more or
less; on the south by lot No. 3, letter C, ono hundred
(100) feet; on the north on lot C, No. 5, one hundred (100
feet; and on thc west forty (40) feet, more or less.
Terms.-One-fourth ca-h ; thu ba ance In ont, two sad
three years, secured by bond and mortgage; the build* -
inga to be lnaured and the policies assigned. Pureba*
ere to pay for p ipers. JAMES 1 UPPER,
April 3_tuths7_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Brown vs. Brown.
WiU be Bold, under the direction of the undersigned, at
the old Custom House, in this city, on TUESDAY, the
24th of April, i860, at ll o'clock A M..
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the WOODEN BUILD?
INGS thereon, situate on the east Bide of Meeting-street,
and known by the number 183. Measuring in front cm
the said street, forty-six (46) feet, more or less; on the
back line fifty-two (62) feet, more or less; and in depth,
on the north line, one hundred and sixty-six and one
half (166*) feet, and on the south line one bundred and
sixty-seven (167) feet more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal succes?
sive annual instalments, with interest from date, pay?
able annually; secured by bond and mortgage, and as?
signment of po icy of insurance.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
J AMES TUPPER,"
aprils_ tuthalO Master in Equity. ".
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Ex parle Shiyigler.
WiU be sold, under the direction of the undersigned.
at the old Custom House in this city, on TUESDAY.
the 2 tth of April, 1866, ut ll o'clock. A. M.
AU that LOT OF LAND on the west side of Friend
St., between Broad and Tradd-Street, measuring about
fifty ,60) feet front, by about one hundred and fifty
(160) feet deep. Bounded on the north by land of Henry
Horlbeck, on the south by land now or lato ot estate
of Richard W. Cogdeli, on the east by Friend-St and
on the west by land of St Peter's Church.
All that LOT, with the buildings thereon, situate oe
the south side of Longitude lane, to be more particularly
described in future advertisement
AU that LOT OF LAND in Mott's lane, to be hereaf?
ter more particularly described.
Terms.-One-third cash; the balance payable in three
equal, successive annual instalments, with i nterest front
date, payable annuaUy, secured by bond and mortgage
of the pureba sera._?-??
April 3 tullis 10 Master ls Equity