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The Daily ?STews.
TUESDAY MOBNLXQ, APRIL 17, i860.
LARGEST CIRCULATION Ci THE STATE.
tlRGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITT.
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F. M. TRIMMTER, Spartan Once, Spartanbnrg, S. C.
?f. T. DuBOIS, Marion.
0. S. HABBY, Bandy Ford P. 0., Madison co., Fla.
PATRICE & HUYEY, Maoon, Georgia.
B. A. MCKNIGHT, UnionviHe,
1. B. ALLEN. Chester C. H., S. 0.
JOSEPH H. SEARS, "New South," Hilton Head.
W. 8. LANCE, GrahamviUe P. 0., Beaufort, S. 0.
B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', 8, 0.
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ISAAC DA VEGA, Agent in New York.
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO.NO. 708 Broadway. New York,
AM always the latest dates of the Daily News, as he
floen of all the other principal Journals of the country.
?W SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAO BS.
SecoTiKO.? Wo are informed that a man in the
Charleston Jail was shot by a sentinel on yesterday, and
now lies in a very precarious situation.
PnoGBAatKX of the Firxmin's Parade.?In on r coi
ning a wUl be found the Order of Procession for Wed
nexds./, the 27th of April next, when these gall&nt n en
wiB agiin enjoy their jubilee. Although not "city
printers" we have receivid too many kindnesses from
the Firemen cf Charles on to let as importai.t a matter
aa this is to them to pass unpublished in our paper.
The Burnt District.?Although hundreds of per
sons pass through thin dark and miserable part of our J
city every night, and a poition of them, from necessity,
at a late hour, there have been no e fforts made to put j
one or two gas lamps in it so as to enable passengers to
see. at bast, a little of their way. We presosc an
"Otcro tragedy," aa it did in New York, wiB cause this
dark spot in our City to be brightly Ut up.
The Steamer Dictator.?This fine stcamor, with her
equally fine commander, from Fcrnandina and Savan
nah, arrived at her wharf at an early hour this nornlng.
We are indebted to Purser Duquerchon for the Savan
nah Republican and Aetna, of the 16th. The following
axe the paarecgers :
L L Lovy, Capt T H Wiggin?. Mina Clinch and servant,
M Galloway, C Fite- imoue, C C LtningB, W Greeu, Kev
Dr Carter. Mr* A CLrongham, M Brown, Mrs G Hervey.
Miss Loriog, J 0 Hovey. C C Willner, J Marcuard. Gen
M C Butler, J Totten, J W Cameron, J H Wecler, R
An Artistic Tbxno.?We bad the pleasure of looking
at one of the most beautiful presentation canes, the
other day, we hive ever seen. tsc- hticfc was of the
purest ebony, and the monnting wa? most elaborate and
rich. The present was to a distinguished gentleman, as
an apurecittlon of his high persrnai qualities, and for
his able services. The taste and elegance of tho work
xnanahip is unsurpassed, and ws are gratified to know
that Charleston can prodfoce such artlsih workmen.
Having said so much in regard to the excellent per
formance, ft is only juft that we should mention that
the head of the cane was designed and executed by Mr.
Biddona, of the firm of Alien k Siddons. Sing-street,
and that the beautiful < ngravlng was the work of Mr.
A Pair or Goelktb ?We were favoured, yesterday
evening, with a peep at a piir of very handsome silver
gebiete, made by Meters. Aixan & Siddons, manufac
turing jewelers, No. 307 King street. These beautiful
enps were made to the order of M. H. Nathan, Esq.,
the popular Chief of the Fire Department, who offers
them as prizes at the approaching anniversary; one ,o
the hand engine thnt shall throw the highest or longe?t
B?eam, the other to the best steamer, as will be fouud
in the programme of the anniversary celebration pub
lished in another cblumn. The goblets are v< ry hand
somely finished; one engraved with a tatteful design,
representing a double-break hand engine; the other
having a steamer engraved on it. The ioscriptlon of
oourse i? not complete jet.
Mr. Nathan merits the highest praise for (be ze?l and
Uberallly he bas so repeatedly displayed in his efforts
to further the Interests of bis department. Nothing is
so well calculated to create the ri.ht kind of esprit de
corps as this emulation and honorable rivalry to which
the Chief here invites all the compacit?.
Hook and Laddkr Company,?This is a now company,
recently formed and incorporated, and now part of tho
Charleston Fire Department, is composed of most ex
cellent ma'eriaL The character of the officers and mem
bers is an earnest of their conduct, ami gives assurance
of the success of the company. The foUuwing geutle
znen aie the officers :
GEORGE HILTON, Foi emsn.
J. A MORGAN, Asslstsnt Foreman.
J08EPH HI [.TON, Secretary.
A H. BARBER, Treasurer
The necessity or euch an orgamzation has been long
felt in our city, an'! we wUl nott-top here to enlarge on
a subject so palpable. Practical men. ? ho know where
of they affirm, have said in our hearing, that several of
the bite fires would have proved much lees destructive
had proper ladders lu sufficient number been within
reach. This company has made great exertions to ob
tain the necessary lutids to. enable them to procure a
suitable apparatus. Part of tho amount, cne-ha'f, per
haps, has been subscribed. We hope that our ' mer
chants, underwriters, properly holders, and citizens
generally, wiB come forward wl<h their accustoxed ?b
erallt/ and make up the remainder of the amonnt re
quired. We legret that this eplsLdid company wUl bo
under a disadtantage at the approaching anniversary of
the Fire Department, in not having their complement
of "truck;" but ne hoi o that this wUl not long be the
case. We feet a?-ured that this young company wUl
make a name for itself iu the annale ot the Charleston
Fire Department, and be second to ajd?. 'energy,
efficiency, self-sacriflca and v.Befulness..
Provost Court.? Washington Griffiths, colored.?As
saulting Policeman.?Policeman Natlan test'ouu . 0.\
he was on duty Sunday morning, and at about half-past
one o'clock, as ho was turning ftvru Arebilale round the
comer of Berresford-street, be b<-atd two knocks given
at the < orner of Bluu ami Borresford streets; and wten
he hurried up to that point, be found t-ergeant Relgne
and Officer C>lu well, who informed witues* that there
was some fighting goiug on In the centre ot Princess
street Wituess went round immediately, but saw no
one there. After awhil<< tt ree c< lored men came out of
a house in that street, and walked up to the comer of
Archdale, v-htru ono ot them commenced playlug a
banjo. Witnees cald that at this time Seig-ant Fuller,
of the Police, came up. and ordered the man who was
plavingto desist, as it was no hour for playing on the
banjo; ho refused, l"g that he was going serenading.
The Sergeant then orrleied witness to arrest defendant,
which ho did, bnt defendant resisted, and eventually
got away. Witnees Men went back to West street, which
was a portion ot his p>?>t, and t'icre met defendant with
Sergeant Fu'ler and \ olieem m Nolan, and the Sergeant
again directed witness to arrest him, when defendant
said he wouldn't go to thee>uard Rouse, that he was not
one of?he party and then squared < If at witness. Wit
neis struck defendant oi e ox two blows, when he broke
away an t ran, but witnets ran after him through
Mazyck to Beviufain street, s r-d spnmg his rattle. He
came up with defend r.: t a fie .orner, wi.cn ho surren
dered, and was taken to t e tiu-.rd Houic. He refused
to tell who were his c niot h, but said he would cut
his throat bete re he v. in >tm on them. On search
ing him at the Guard _ ,. park of cards, some dice,
and a lot of pistol caps .. e found on him. Sentenced
to $5 fine or elx day*' Impt iBooment.
Samuel Betts, color d?Crratloga disturbance.?Po
Uceman Stewart testified t?iat^bij morning (Monday)
he was requested b\ the Clerk of the Lower Market to
" arrest the defendant, ? bo wa< aunoj ing an old worn in
xc. edingly, be therefore took him iu charge and car
ried him to the Uuurd Hi use. The Court found de
fendant not guilty.
Samuel He?ry, co ored, Anson Hohnes, colorid, Goo.
Mitchell, colored, and Henry Holmes, colored.?Disor
derly conduct.?John Mitchell, colored, testified that he
was at the African Church in Calhriun street, on Sunday
last, and that he crossed to tho opposite bide of the way
to get a drink, when he saw and recognized Henry
Hoi nies, George Mitchell, and SamuT Henry, and they
all immediately rushed on him. Henry Holmes slid he
was going to Iteid street to shoot Jim (irant, and showed
a pistol, whu-h witness siw. Witness followed the
crowd up to Heid street, at d saw Grant, who is a Irlend
of his. The def ndauts etnt for Grant to come out of his
hou?;, but witness told him not to go, for George Holmes
had a pistol for him. but came out himself, aud as
he came into the street, he saw a small bo; with a brick
in hin band, which he made, bimdrop; Anson Holmes
came at witness and challenge 1 blm to fight, which
witness refused, and b-iug udvised to leave, did so, and
returned to Calboun-strcct; when witness had got in the
yard, Anson Holmes caught witness by the collar, and
he tried to getaway, but Samuel Henry also took hold of
him and held him, while Henry Holmes Crew a pistol
and snapped it at him several times; a large crowd of
people were around, and cailed out repeatedly, "don't
shoot him;" Samuel Mitchell struck witness a severe
blow on the head and cot it, but he cannot say what he
was hit with. The sentence of Henry Hol nies for at
tempting to shoot tho prosecutor, and of Samuel
Mitchell for aiding and abetting, is thirty days' im
prlsoDment: and that of George Mitchell and Anson
Holmes for fighting and creating a disturbance, is ten
Theodore Gougb, eclored?Nuisance.?Sergeant Mc
Donald of the police, testified that he saw two carts
which are<?86d for carrying night soil with barrels, put
into an open yard in St Phillp-Rirett, and that the
stench which arises from these have caused great com
plaints from the neighbors Witness stated that on
these complaint, ho arrested defendant. There were no
horses with the carts, but the latter were as filthy as
they conld possibly be. Sentenced to $5 flno or tbree
Henry Edmondtdon, colored?Disorderly conduct?
Thomas Draytou, colored, testified that he is step-father
of defendant, and thathe is diaobeditntto his mother
and himself, wayward and fond of bad company, which
he will not quit?that be ia devoted toloaflop and fight
ing, ard will not work, although he 1 as a good place.
Witness stated that If defendant would behave himself,
ho could bave constant employment. Witueaa begged
that something would be dou? with defendant that
might tend to a re'ormatiou. Sentenced to Mi days' im
prisonment, unices he complies with the wishes of his
Ma yob's Cocbt.? A man who was brought up for
being exceedingly drunk, etat? d that he had just arrived
In the city, and being bound by courtesy to drink to its
prosperity, he perl aps had drank a glass or two too I
much, but that ho was ? Illing to explain to His Honor
through a $5 greenback. The apology was accepted.
A gentleman of familiar manners, who having got
intoxicated, and walked into the bouse of a citizen to
sleep it ofT on a sofa, was kindly carried from bis resi
dence to the Guard House, iu a scavenger's cart, for
which charitable act be paid only $1>>.
A sailor, who was trjiug to force himself into a htker's
j oven, under the iniprcnxion tbut it was the steamer ho
I belonged to, was lined $5 for loafing.
A young man of lnquisitivo mind, who did'ntktow
exactly where he lived, and consequently made up his
mind to kDOck at every door until he found his resi
dence, was stopped by the police just as he got into the
full tide of successful experiment, hud a home provided
I him for the small sum of $5.
A bar keeper, who was moved by the spirit, to quench
the thirst of several parched throats ou Sunday, paid 55
for his kindness.
A woman, who was too drunk to present her Fell' before
the Mayor on yesterday, wl 1 make her appearance this
morning in mil costume.
Auction Sales This Day.
Seth Si-esceb will sell, this day, at the Custom House,
corner of East Bay and Broad streets, at 11 o'clock, a
house and lot on the cast side of Norman, near Spring
street, known as No. 4. Also, a house and lot in the vil
lage of Mount Pleasant
D. Jacobs will sell this day, st No. 297 King-street,
one door fioin Wentwortb, at 10 o'clock, Allsop's pale
ale, brandy, old Bourbon whiskey, shorn, dry goods, &c.
J. A. Ei-'slow & Co , will sell this day, at Boycc A Co.'s
wharf, at 11 o'clock, tierces and barrels of rice flour.
Jab. W. BnowM & Co. will sell this civ at their store.
No. 110 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, herrings, codfish, but
ter, cheese, soap, strips, &c.
McKay A Campbell will sell this day. at their |
sales rooms, Hafel-.tr < t. next to the Postoffice, at 10
o'clock, iron wire, show case, balance cf stock of sutler's
itore, and an elegant assortment of dry goods. Also,
two fine Sprintern.
Henby Cobia A Co. will sell this day, before their
stoi?, NO. 26 Yen due Bangs, at 10 o'clock, crushed
sugar, candles, soap, shoulders, ?c. Also, at No. 197
East Bay, opposite Central Wharf, at h alf-past 10 o'clock,
two hundred and fifty-five barrels of floor.
Lackey A Alexahsex will soil this day, at their
st?re?, Nos. 138, HO and 143 McetlDg-strcct at 10 o'clock,
pickle ?. elder, Tlacg>r. cow peas, rough rlco, ttour,West
phalia ham a, butter, bacon, Ac.
Geoboe HtTNEXXK will sell tbis day, before his store.
No. 18 Vendue Range, at 10 o'clock, horses, sundries,
Postponement.?The. sale of furniture, advertised by
Ianrey & Alexander to take place on Monday, the 16th,
w:s postponed on account of the weather. We are re
quested to state that due notice will bo given when the
sa'e wl'l take place.
The Ladies' Pbonunciamento 1?While pretesting
again st all the old worthless Dentrificcs now in the niar
.ket, the Ladies, with cue consent have adopted the So
zodont as the one thing needful to insu e the integrity
of the teeth and a fragrant breatb. tus2
New Restaurant.?N. Fehrrnbsch, who for years
kept the mott popu'ar Restaurant in Charleston, in
Meeting-street, next the Institute Hall, bas ogam en
tered into the same business, at No. 6 Broad-street
where we are satisfied be will furnish to bis friends and
the public refreshments of all linds, in bis o.u peculiar
and elegant style. We wish him all the prosperity he
W. P. Busseu. & Co.?the attention of our readers
is directed to the advertisement in to-days' i-sue of
; the above firm. These gentlemen are our neighbors,
and we are therefore well prepared to speak advisedly
I oft hem. Mr. W. P. Busied is favorably known to the
public, and it is only i ecessary to say that bis faculties
are now greater than ever before to accommodate the
people in his line.
Lauset & Alexandeb.?A day or two since wo bsd
an opportunity of trying one of the "Edwards' Washing
ton extra sugar cured bams," which are for rale by these
gentlemen, and we say in all sincerity that It was supe
rior to any ham which we have ever tasted. Its flavor,
firmness acd jnlclueis, surpassed any meat of thatcba
tacter we have ever had on onr table, and we would
earnestly recommend that particular braxd to all wbo
are- lond of good living.
Humphrey's Specifics combine aU the advantages of
the best Hcmceopathic treatment without its intricacy
or uncertainty. 1 hey are prepared by a physician of
over twenty yearn' homoeopathic experience, have been
tried in every conceivable manner, aud have been en
dorsed and recommended In tho highest terms by the
hundreds of thousauds who daily use them. Hu?r
phbeys' Homcsopathio Specifics, No. 662 Broadway,
New Yoik. 6
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looked for "every Saturday." Terms f * copies, singly
or in packages, are stated in this issue. For those pr?
f?rons subscription, dealers, agent?, booksellers, and
any friends so disposed, aro authorized to roceivo and
tglU orders until the 1st July, for 75 cents, or 70 cents
Jtfor those applying too late for the first number.
Anr^l 11 _W. B. CARLISLE.
Money Sent fltMDnpr of te.
POST OFFICE, Charleston, 8. 0., Feb. 6, iSCP.
THIS OFFICE war BEAN DESIGNATED AS A
"Money Order Office," and orders upon any othn
Money Order Offloe, In sums from one dollar to thirtj
dollars, may be drawn. Wh to a larger sum is re
quired, additional orders to make it up must be ob
The charges for Money Orders wiH be as Ldkrws:
On Orders not exceeding $10. 10 ccnu
Over $10 and not exceeding; $20. IS cent*
Over $20 and up to $30. 20 cent?
STANLEY G. TROTT. A_ P. M.
?T NOTICE. ?ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the estate of NATHANIEL GIST, Sr.,
JAS. D. GIST, and J. D. and N. GI8T, wiU pn scat them,
properly attested, to the subscribe.
W. O. G13T, Ext. and Adin.
Jon es vi Uc P. O . Union Pis t., S. 0.
March 3 2mos*
-W T. B. BYNNER, IMPORTER AND DEAL
~R TN WATCHES and JEWELRY ; Agency for the
AMERICAN WATCH ; also. evs.*> variety of SWISS and
ENGLISH WATCHES, at the lowest market prices.
No. 189 Broadway, New York?established twenty yesrs.
Trade Price Lists sent on application.
January 19 fmw6^o
BY MILKS DRAKE.
[ THiS MORNIN?, at ] I) o'clock, will be sold, at my Store,
cerner of King and Llbi-rty-streels,
A larce invoico of scaa-inablo CLOTjING, cousistmg
lu part as follows:
ICO Boy'a LINES JACKETS
150 lien's and Acy's Assorted Vests
100 Men's and Boy's Linen, Plaid and Alpaca Coats
100 T'ulr Linen, Satinet and Alpaca Pants.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, &c.
BY MILKS Dit A Ii. K.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'c'ock. will be sold, at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
Pieces BLACK AND STRIPED ALPACA
Pieces tngiinb and American Prints
Pieces English and American Longcloth
Pieces 4-4 aad 7-8 Brown Homespun
Pieces Figured Lawn
Pieces French La*n
Pieces bilk Tissue
Pieces Prlntel Llnm Cambric
Pieces Plaid and Plain Jaoonet Moalin
Pieces Slate TwtB Jean
Pieces Summer Oissimore
Pieces Kentucky Jt an, Melton Cloth, Tweeds, Brown
Linen, Union Linen, Ticking, Italian Cloth, Caseimeres,
Ac. ; coetns Ladies' White Ho>e: Gents.' White, Brown
and lliitd Half Hose, Neck Ties, Suspenders, L. C.
Handkerchiefs, Madias and Jaconet Handkerchiefs,
Damai-lc lowtds, Barege Shawls, Hair Nets, Summer
I Satinet Pants, Linen and Alpaca Coat*, Wool and Felt
Hats. Scissor*, Boies, ?c April 17
Corn Flour, Corn Flour, on JBoyce & Co.'s Wharf.
BY J. A. E.VSLOU <b CO..
THIS MORNING, 17th lnat.. at 11 o'clock, w iE be sold
on Boyce n Co.'s Whart.
72 BBLS. RICE FLOOR
4 tierces Rice Flnur. A) rll 17
Damaged Flour on account of vJiom it may con
BY .!. A. ENsLUW & CO.
TO-MORROW. 18th instant, will be va'.d, at the Store,
No. ? East Baj, mo door north of accommodation
Wharf, it 10 o'olock,
65 barrels FLOUR, damaged on board the schooner I
Ad? laide Townsecd on her voyage from New York to |
Charleston, and sold for account if whom it may con
1 cern_April 17
Potatoes ! Potatoes !
BY J. A. atNILOW * CO.
! TO-MORROW, I8th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold,
at tho Store, No. ? East Bay, one door north of Ac
20 BARRELS IRISH POTATOES.
April 17 _
Street Oil, Segnrs, Soap, Jamaica Hum, Macca
roni, d'c, etc.
BP J. A. kv.nI.u W At CO.
TO-MORROW (Wednesday), 18th inst, will be soM at j
our Stoie, No. 125 East Lay, one door no: th of Union j
Bank, at half-i ast 10 o'clock,
An INVOICE rouriatint! of the following attlclcs, se
lected expref slv f.-r this market:
25 casoB SWEET OIL "pints"
2> caFes Sweet Oil, "quarts"
20 boxes Miccsroui, 25 pounds each
6 boxus O.lre so p, aO pounds each
8 bixoB Erasivo Soap. 70 pounds etch
4500 Segars, "?mciican Cousin"
19.0 Segars, "Cot-c'ras"
8 ceecs Sauces
20 cases Jamaica Rum
20 cadCi?s Tea, ft a. Ac, Ac._April i7
Slocks, Bonds and Coupons.
BY JOHN 8. RIGGS dc CO.
TO-MOREOW, the 18th Instant, at our Real Estate and
Stock Exchange, corner of Broad atd East Bay, at 11
o'clock, will be sold,
THI? FOLLOWING FIRST-CLASS SK
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY DOLLARS IN SCBIP
CITY SIX PER CfNT. STOCK.
ONE HUNDRED AND 1 BIRTY DOLLARS IN SCRIP
CITY SIX PER CENT. STOCK. .
FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS IN SCRIP
CITY PIX PEtl OiNT. BTOCK.
FIVE HUNDRED AND TWENTY DOLLARS IN SCBIP
CITY SIX PER Ci NT. STOCK.
FIVE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY DOLLARS IN SCRIP
CITY SIX PER OENT. STOCK.
FOURTEEN HDNDRED AND EIGHTY DOLLARS IN
S0RIP CITY SIX PER CENT. BTO0K.
FIVE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD 8EVEN PER
CENT. BOND8, OF $600 EACH, PAST DUE.
1WO THOUSAND DOLLARS CITY OF COLUMBIA
BONDS, PA8T DUE. ^
ax*>. _ *
FIVE thousand dolljikh BTlK vrmTH runn.
LINA (OLD) BONDS, $10(0 EAOBr"
FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS OTTY OF MEMPHIS
BONDS. OF $1000 EACH.
TWENTY-SIX SHARES CHARLESTON GAS COU PANY.
TWO THOU <AAD DOLLAR8 MISSISSIPPI AND TEN
NESSEE RAILROAD BONDS. $1000 EACH.
ONE THOUSAND DlLLAR8 EAST TENNE8SEE AND
GEORGIA RAILROAD BOND.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLAH8 STATE OF SOUTH CAR
OLINA (OLD, BONDS (PAST DUE).
THE FOLLOWING COUPONS?
COUPONS 8T?TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA ,'OLD
COUPON8 GRFENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAIL
ROAD (ST -TE GUARANTY).
COUPONS CI IY OF COLUMBIA BONDS,
COUPONS SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY.
COUPONS CITY OF SAVANNAH BONDS.
?3- UNLIMITi D SECURITIES REOi 1VED BEFORE
THe. t-ALE._April 17
Wtekly Sale of Securities.
BY WAl'tDLAW A. (A KKW.
Will bo sold on THUK8DAT next. 19f. instant, at 11
o'clock A. M., at their Sales Bourn, corner Broad and
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE SECURITIES:
$1200 CI'l Y OF CHARLESTON 81X PER CENT STOCK
$2000 CITY OF CHAKLEiTON SIX PER CENT 6TOOK
$1710 CITY OF CHARLES ON HiX PER CKNT STOCK
TWENTT-THREE SHAKES SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL
ROAD AND BANK
TWENTY-THREE HALF SHARES SOUTH CAROLINA
TWENTY SHARES SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD j
ONE HUNDRED SHARES CHARLESTON GAS STOCK
FIFTY SHARES CHARLESTON GAH 810 K
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY 8HARE8 CAROLINA
$600 BOND OF SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COM
$2100 BONDS GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAIL
ROAD COMPANY, guaranteed by the State; $500
$2000 BONDS OF GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA
RAILROAD COMPANY, gnaraotted by the State
$5000 BONDS BTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA (paft
$1600 NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD BONDS, $500
0OUPON8 CITY OF COLUMBIA
COUPON 8 NORTHhASTER.i RA ILK O AD,
April 17 tuthS
$ 500 for a Comfortable Ihoetiing.
BY B. JlcCALL.
At Private Sale?
A (wo and a naif story TENEMENT DWELLING and
LOT OF LAND on tho south hide of Boaufaln str^ot,
containing C rooms; kitchen and other iinpiovementB
on tho 1 ot.
Apply as above, at No. 61 BROAD 8T.
April 6 _thstu6
A Fine Chance to Purchase a Cliurch in Gooc
Condition, with Large IajL
BY BOWERS & 81LCOX.
WiB be sold at Private Sale?
lnat eligable and well located CIT-URCH- In Mi rrlt
street, between St. Philip and KlnK-Btreeta, on th
South side, called the Zion's Evangelh-al Lutheran
Ohnrch. The bull-ling is forty-five (46) feet wide b;
fifty (CO) feet long, with neat pewa, one aide-gallery an-,
trout choir-gallery, on brick pillars about thtee or thre<
and a half feet high, and a wide portico in front, ti e
entire width of the Church. Lot measuring elgtty
(80) feet wide by two hundred (200) feet deep.
This Church will bo disposed of on account of ta
union of the above congregation with the Protestau
Methodist, now called the Wentworth-street Lathen
Ghurch. For further particulars apply as above, at
No. 127 MEEriNG-STREET,
Opposite the Market
February 23 ,
SHOES & BOOTS.
EE8PECTFULLY INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND
the community that he has opened a brauch of
business in tho building corner of King and Market
streets, known as Adger'a Big 8tore, where he has on
hat da large assortment of LADIES', MISSES' AND
GENTLEMEN'S SHOES AND BOOTS st reduced
prices. tnthslmoa A pry 10
[liALE POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OF THE WEATHBB.
BY HtA'KY cob!a & co.
THIS DAY, at bull past JO o'clock, at the Store No. 107
East Bay, opposite Central Wharf, will be sold,
255 barrels FLOUR.
Damaged on board Schooner Adelaide Townsend, on
her voyage from No v York to this port, and sold for ac
count underwriters and all concerned.
Terms cash on delivery. April 17
Sugar, Canutes, Bacon, &c.
BY HENRI COBIA <v CO.
THIS DAY, at 10 e'e'ock, before our Store, No. 20 Ven
due Range, will be Bold,
10 barrels CRUSHED 8?GAR
10 barrels (B) White Sugar
25 boxes Candles
20 boxes Soap
. 100 choice Shoulders
3 boxes Breast Pieces.
Conditl. ns Cash. April 17
House and TM in Norman-street.
BY SETH SPEVCEK.
THIS DAY. 171 h instant, at the Custom Honae, comer
Broad and East Bay streets, at 11 o'clock, will be
A HOUSE AND LOT on the east side of Nor
man, near Spring-street, No. 4-two story, with
kitchen attached; pl*7za fronting south. On
L the lot are a number of fruit trees; lot 40 fee
front by 1C0 feet dc ep.
Conditions?Ooe-half cash; balance in one year. Pur
chaser to pay for papers._ April 17
House and 7<ot, corner Pitt and Ferry streets,
BY SETH SI'KNCKR.
THIS DAY, 17th instant, at tbe Custom House, corner
Broad and East Bay utrenU. at 11 o'clock, will bo aold,
A TWO-HTOBY IlODbE AND LOT, in the dcllphtfu
village of Moun' Pleasant, corner of Pitt and Ferry
streets, opposite the Steamboat Wharf. The Honse con
tains four rooms and a small dressingroom, kitchen and
piazza, in good order; on tbe Lot stable and other out
buiinldgs Lot measures ?0 leet front on Pitt-street,
by 140 feet on Feriy-street
Conditions?One-half cosh; balance in one year.
Purchaser to pay tor papors. fmtu3 April 17
AUsop's Pale Ale, Brandy, Choice Old Bourbon
Whiskey, Mtoes, Jhv Goods, Ac, dc.
I1YD. JACOB 4.
THIS DAY, the 17ih instant, at No. 297 King-street,
one door from Wentwortb, wiU be sold,
?5 casks Allsop's PALE ALE
? c ses Old Brandy
? cares Old Bourbon Whiskey
? barrels Old Bourbon Whiskey
10 cas cm Boots and Shoes
5 cases Women's Bootees
2 cases Unbleached Homespun
? cases Bleached Sbirtitiga
DEY G00D6, consisting of BLACK FRENCH DOE
SKINS, (asMmerts and Tweeds. English Calicoes,
Lancaster Ginghams, Check MobIIub, L. O. Handker
chiefs, Gents' L. O. Handkerchief*, Irish Linen, Table
Cloths, Hoisery, Ac.
EAU DE COLOGNE, Fancy Hoaps, Hair Oil, Extracts.
Unlimited goods received up to tbe hour of sale. Cash
advanced on all ktnds of merchandize April 17
Horses, Sundries, etc.
BY g ko. HUNEKEN.
Will bo sold THIS DAY, thn 17th lost., before my Store,
No. 18 Vendue Range, at 10 o'clock,
1 fine SADDLE HOReE
1 Cottage Bedstead
Cooking Stoves, Pots, etc.
Sundry artic es of Furniture.
20 boxes PIPES
20 cases Rblne Wine
Silver Watches, assorted Needles
Jewelry, tundriei, etc.
Conditions cash._April 17
Crockery and Glassware.
BY O'MAKA dc PKESTOrV.
TO MORROW, tbe 18th ln?t.. at 10>; o'clock, at our
Bales Room, No. 80 Qutcn-?treet, between King and
Meeting-streets, we will sell, without reseive,
60 TOILET SETH COMPLETE.
60 dozen CUP3 AND PAUC tRS. dozens Plates, Bowles,
Dishes, Ewers and Basins, Pitchers, Ac.
100 dozen COMMON TUM BLEBS, 20 dozen Cut Glass
Tumblers, 30 dozen GobleU, dozens Wine Glasses,
dozens Jelley Glasses, dozen, Bar Tumblers, 4c , Ac.
April 17 _
Stationen/ and Sundries.
BY OMiAitA At PHESTOir.
to xronsow n._ mtt, ,.,-t. ?t int.* ~'-i?..v. ?t nnr
Kalo* Boom, Ao. ao gueeu-sireet, we will seit to dose
60,000 tNVELOPES, reams Letter and Note Paper,
Blank Books. 20 dozen Bl?ck Iuk, dozen* Writing Fluid,
dozens Mucilage, dozens Memorandums, Ac, ho.
2 TIN BATHING TUBS, 1 Urge Brass Kettle, 2 Chaf
ing Dlsher, 2 large Cross Cut Saws, 1 Cooking Stove, 1
large Mirror._ April 17
Segars and Tobacco at Auction.
BY R.M. MA K'HALL,
Auctioneer, Ko. 33 Broad-street.
Seized for violation of the Internal Revenue Laws, and
will he sold at Public Auctl- n, at No. 33 Broad street,
by order of tho Commissioner of Internal Bevcnue, or
TO-MORROW, the 18th of April instant, at 11 o'clock
600 lbs. (more or less) LEAF TOBACCO (part Havana)
2 M Segars (more or less) (part of Havana stock).
The above are in good order, and worthy the attention
of dealers and manufacturers.
JAS. H. SAVTER,
Deputy Colloctor, 2d Ditt. Sonth Carolina.
BY A. tr? ?JA LOWELL.
TO-MORROW, the I8th inst, will be sold at Store No.
10 Market- street, on account of whom It may concern,
at 10 o'clock.
168 barrels FLOUR.
Damaged on board Schooner Adelaide Towniend, on
her passage from New York to this port
Conditions cash on delivery. _Apr? 17
Elegant Mansion on Broad-street.
BY JOHN 8. RIGGB df CO.
On THURSDAY, the 19th of April next, wiU be offered
at Auction, if not dispo ed of at Privat* Sale before,
at our Real EBtate and Stock Exchange, corner o
Broad and East Bay streets.
aTHAT ELEGANT MAN8ION on the north
side of Brood street, known by the No. 116. be
ing the third door west of King-street, contain
ing twelve fine square rooms, pantry, store and
dressing rooms, all of them admirably arranged, having
been finished In modern style, combining all the recent
improvdments and conveniences usually found m a
first-class residence, with gas in all the rooms and hall,
and a capacious cistern and well of water on the
premises. ?* ....,.?_
The location of this residence is one of the best in the
city, fronting Broad-street on the south, and presenting
a fine appearance, with handsome Verandah. Portico
and Bailing, constructed or Iron, with much taste and
durability. The Lot has a front of sixty feet and a depth
of over two hundred feet, more or leas.
Conditions?One-qoarter cash (or as much over as the
purchaser may desire to pay); ihe residue in one, twe
and three years, secured by bond and mortgage, witt
interest from day of sale, payable serai-aunuaUy. The
buildings to bo Insured, the policy assigned, and th<
purchaser to pay for papers.
N. B ? i hi < property can be examined and treated foi
at Private 8ale, until the day before the Auction, oni|~
plication at oar office. J. B. BIGGS b CO. f
April 3_1 that-1
Government Sale of Captured Property.
BY WILLIAM (.1 KM-.Y, Auctioneer.
Will be fold, at public auction. TUE> DAY, April
DCU, at 12 M , at tbe Warehouse, corner oi Comb
land sad State streets,
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
\ bundle j DOMESTICS.
1 bale 1 Coil Ropo
S8 boxt s Tobacco
1 box Copper
1 box 4 Rolls Leather
13 bales Damaged Cotton.
By order of tbe
SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
T. C. Calicot. Supervising ."pccial Agent
AUCTION SALE OF WHISKEY AND TO-|
Will be sold, on TUEPDAY, April 24th. 18' 6. at Sieved
o'clock A. M , at the Government Commissary Store!
house, on Adger's Wharf, at public auction, to th<
28 bbU OLD BODBBON WHISKEY.
C cases TOBACCO.
Terms cash, in Government funds.
H. E. LORD,
April 17 6 Brevet Major ? C. 8. V.
t r TONS REESE'S PACIFIC GUANO, NOW LiNI)|
XXJ TNG per steamsr, and for sale by
J. N. ROBS )TH,
April 14 etuthS No. 6? East Bay.
Flour, on account of Oie Underwriters and a
BY LACHE Y ?i ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY. 17tb Jnst, will be sold, IB our Stores, No*?
138, 110 and H2 Meeting street, at 10 o'c'ock,
10 barrc'a FLOOR, damaged on board schooner Ade?
laide Tfcwnsend.on her voyage from New York to th la
Conditions cash._April 17
Pickles. Vinegar, Cider, &c, &c
BY LAUltEY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 17th instant will be sold in onr Stores, No*.
133.110 and* 142 Meeting-street at 10 o'clock,
30 d?en PICKLES, plain, mixed and assorted
16 dozou Pepper Sauce
12 dozen London Club Sauce
4 dozes Apple Sauce
4 barrels Vinegar _
6 dozen Champagne Older (quarta)
7 gross MiUertTWater Proof Blacking and Polish:
No postponement on ccconnt of the weather.
Com Peas, Bough Rice, Flour, Westphalia Ham*
Butter, Bacon, oV etc.
BY LATJREY at ALEXANDER.
I HIS DAY, 17th inst, wUl be sold in our Stores, Ho*
138,140 and 142 Meeting-street at 10 o'clock,
17 BAGS COW PEAS AND ROUGH RICE
7 Westphalia Hams (very due)
? 10 bbls. Pork Heads
160 Sngar-Cured Hams
ISO Sugar-Cured Shoulders
200 Sugar-Cured Bacon Strips
2 kegs Butter
1 crate Bowls (assorted sizes) ''
16 boxes Soap
1 bbl Pig** Feet
No postponement on account of weither.
Conditions cash. April 17
I Iron Wire, on account of Underwriters and a
Mr KAY AND CAMPBELL
Next Po?tolKcc, Haacll strict,
Will sell. THIS DAY. 17th met, at 10 o'clock.
Three bundles IBON" WIRE, assorted > izes
One superior Mahogany Frame Show Caao.
BALANCE OF STOCK OF SUTLER'S 8TOR?
Viz: SEGAR8, Match Fuses. GaunUels, Gloves, Poch?
et-Books, Tooth 1 Powder, Shaving Brushes, Pock?
Knives. Scissors. Hoiks and Eyes, Fish Hooks, Fishlnjt
Lines, Buttons. Neck Ties, Perfumes, Pocket Handier
chiefs, Note Paper, Steel Pons, ihimbles, Boots aad
Shoes, Coat.', Pants, Veits, Ba moral Shirts, Felt Hata.
BALANCE OF A WHOLESALE DRY GOODS STORE
Viz: Cases Plush, Silk, Felt and Straw Ladles'Ha ta?
trimmed; Silk Tissues and Barege, Satinets, Plaid Pan
Stuff, Longcloth, Gents' Linen Collars and Cuffs, Hosie
ry, Shirts, Suspenders, superfine L. O. Hdk?g., Pia 1
and Mourning Hdkfs., Bonne; Wire, Linen Pant Stu ?
Irish Linen, B'ack and Colored Lace and Tissue Veil
Blick, White, and Fancy Prints, Osoabnrgs, 4 4 Sheet
ings, Hair Mts, Tweels, Gambroons, A'pacts. Silk
Neck and Pocket Hdkfs., Velvet Ribbons, Buckle?
Needles, Knitting Pins, Colognes, Sosps, Table Cloth*
Ribbon Ties, Riboon Belts, Millinery Ornaments, Ac
Con dit lens cash. April IT
?y McKay cV campbell.
TBIS DAY, tho 17th instant, will be sold, at on *
Stored, at 10 O'clock,
2 FINE 8PBIN..EBa
Conditions cash. _ Aprfl 17
Herrings and Codfish.
JAMES W. BROWN AND CO.
Will sell, THIS DAY, at their 8tore, No. 116 East Baff
at 10 o'clock,
40 boxes HERRINGS
26 half boxes HerringR
30boxes Prime Codfish. April 27"
Cheese, Butter, Soap, Ac.
JAMES W. BROWN AND CO.
Will sell, THIS DAY, at their Store, No. 119 East Bay
at 10 o'clock,
30 boxes CHEESE
6 kegs Butter
eo boxes 8oap
10 bbl*. Ginger
- 200 Strips
20 bbls Floor
40 bbls. Prime Potatoes
Bbls. Sugar. April 27
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
W?kinson vs. Wilkinson.
WUl be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, tu
front of the Old Custom Honse in this city, THUS
DAY, the 17th A,ril, 186?, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the BULLDETQB
AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON, situate "on Qaaagaaaa
ton Ne. V measuring m front on Coming-street thMa>
(o?jf??. <"Llr?f**' aaaaja1? ???- loaw, ua Sat
drpth three hundred fSOO)'fret,' more or less, and 1 m*jb
by tho number 166 on Com In g-street ?
All that LOT OF LAND adjoining tbe above, with th*
BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON, HhH
"on Charleston Neck," mejsnring m front on Coming?
street thirty-nine (39) feet eight (8) inches, more or laaa,
and in depth three hundred (300) feet more or lean, ss?L
known by tho number 167 on Comlng-strest
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the TWO-STOBX"
WOODEN BUILDING THEREON, situate In Jsapcrl
Court, "on Charleston Neck," known m a plan of sur ray
of tbe Morris Lanes, made by Robert K. Payne, Bar
veyor, as number 27. measuring In front thirty-ate (?ff
test and in dcrtrt one hundred and taenty (120) Ml
Bounding < n tbe north by lands of estate Francis la,
Wilkinson; on the south by lands of Mrs. Anderson; an
the east by lands of estate Francis L. Wilkinson, and *m
the west by Jasper's Court, which said lot Is now known
by the number 20 ob said Ja -per's C nrt
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the WOODEN BUTLD?
INGS id! ER EON, situate m Jasper's Court, "on Charine
ton Neck," known In a plan of survey of the Morris
Lands, made by Robert K. Payne, Surveyor, as snxnbar
28, measuring In front thirty-six (36) feet ?od In dept*
one hundred and twenty (120) feet Bounding on tbs>
north of-Dereef; on the south by lands of eslato
of Francis L. Wilkinson ; on the east by lands of i
of Francis L. Wilkinson, and tue west by Jasper's Ccant
whlch said lot is now known by the number 24 on said
AU that LOT OF LAN D in Amcrioa-stroet, known in th*
plat of lands prepared by Robert K. Payne forUolrn H?
Thee and purchased by him from James English, by th*
letter D, No. 4; bounding to the east on America-street*
and measuring in front thereon forty (40) feet more ar
less; on the south by lot No. 3, letter C, one hundred
(100) feet; on the north on lot 0, No. 6, one hundred (It*
feet; and on the west forty (40) feet more or less.
Terms.?One-fourthcaab; the be ante in on*, two and
three years, secured by bond and mortgage; thehaSaV
lngs to be insured and the policies assigned. Pnr&ha*.
ers to pay for ptp*rs. J AMEit J UPPER,
April 17 tnth?7_ Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY^
Ex parte Shingler. ?*?
Will be sold, under tbe direction of the nnder sinant.
at '-io old Custom House in this olty, ou TUESDAY,
the 2(th of April, 1868, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
AU that LOT OF LAND situate on the west aida*
Motl'a Lane, Ward No. 3, Olty of Charleaion, measuring
about 20 feet, more or leas, front by about 86 feet xnea*
or less, deep. Bounded on the north, south and vest kry
land of George W. Williams, and on the oast by Motf*.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the ircprcrremaiits.
thereon, situate on the south side of Longitude