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VOTJTMTS VI.-NUMBER 840.]
CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1868.
[EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK
om European Dispatches.
[BY ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.]
sr cc ESS or THE BSTTISH rs ABYSSINIA-I
THEODORE A PEISONEB AND THE ENGLISH
TITES RELEASED-THE BRITISH BUDGET
ORDERS TN SPAIN, AC.
LONDON, April 28.-The weather is deli?
ral and very favorable to the crops.
The Abyssinian news has improved
finances. General Napier defeated Th eoe
on Good Friday, and on Monday stormed ll
dala. Napiers immediate return to the ce
ia expected. Later Abyssinian dispatc
state that Theodore and his sons are prison
and a large amount of valuable1: were captu
in the fortress of Magdala. I'M ?nglish c
tdves are enroute for home.
The London Times and moat of the Libe
journals of that city are dissatisfied with :
estimates made in the budget, which ti
think will not be sufiicient for the expenses
It is rumored in Berlin that the Fren
Prussian and Austrian Governments ha
s greed, to reduce their respective armies
granting large numbers of furloughs.
The Mikado of Japan offers indemnity ;
the recent murder of French sailors at Osa<
The disorders ir? various parts of Spain ?
reported suppressed. Brabo Murillo has be
appointed President, Bice Narvaez, decease
as Minister of Interior; Saveall, Minister
Justice and Foreign Affairs; Maynalde, Mini
ter of War; Orobica, Minister of Financ
Catalona, Minister of Public Works; Marjo
Minister for Colonies.
LONDON, April 27-Noon.-Consols active ai
higher at 94?. Bonds quiet at 70?a70?.
LIVERPOOL, April 27-Noon.-Cotton buoya
and higher. Sales 15,000 bales. American d
scriptions jagd. higher; uplands on the sp
13d.; to arrive 131d. Breadstufls quiet. Pr
visions and produce steady.
Afternoon-Cotton and breadstufls rema
the same. Lard active at 65s. 6cL Beef 117
Cd. Bacon advanced, at 49s. Cd. Sugar a
Evening-Cotton scarcely so firm; uplam
12ial3d.; to arrive 13?d.; Orleans 13Jal3|
Common rosin 7s. 3d.
Uar Westlington Dispatches.
IMPEACHMENT-HASTENING TO THE CLOSE-Ol
THAD. HOLDS FORTH-ARKANSAS AND NORT
WASHINGTON, April 27.-The impeachmer
element appears less confident to-d&y than di
ring the last week.
In the Court of Impeachment, after: seven
propositions affecting the final argument b
senators had been rejected by vocee k dicat in
that the majority desired to push th
trial to a speedy conclusion, the who!
subject was postponed until after th
argument was concluded. Stevens proceede
with his speech, which lasted about twent;
minutes, when he broke down. Bailer rea?
the balance of his remarks. The speech wa
vindictive, and narrated the position of eena
tors on the Tenure-of-ofSce bill at length. Sen
ators could not excuse its violation. Th
speech was exceedingly bitter and quito strong
Manager Williams succeeded, and will occnp;
part of to-morrow.
After the Court adjourned, the Senate re?
ceived several Executive messages and ad?
Is THE HOUSE, a bill was introduced to ad?
mit the State of Arkansas into the Union,
which was referred to the Reconstruction Com?
mittee, when the House adjourned.
General Canby telegraphs General Grant
that, so far as heard from, North Carolina
gives seven thousand three hundred and forty
majority for the constitution.
The revenue to-day is 5715,000.
The President's message, regarding the de?
partment of tho Atlantic, simply states that he
established it in accordance? with the usage of
Affairs In Virginia.
RICHMOND, April 27.-General Schofield to
? day appointed new councilmen and city offi?
cers for Norfolk and Staunton. Charles E.
Mallara is to be Mayor of Fredericksburg and
Z. Sykes Mayor of Norfolk. General Schofield
has prepared no auswer to Ex-Governor Pier?
pont s charges against him about obstructing
the Union cause in the State, as he thinks
them too idle for a reply.
The Georgia Election.
SAVANNAH, April 27.-The counting of the
city votes JB progressing Biowly. It is the
general opinion that the Conservatives are in a
AUGUSTA, April 27.-The election returns are
still unsatisfactory-so that no definite conclu?
sion can be arrived at.
A Negro Paper gives np the Ghost.
NEW ORLEANS, April 27.-The New Orleans
Tribune, said to be the only daily paper in the
South owned and edited by negroes, has sns
-pended tor want of support. It supported Tal
liaferro for governor and the native State tick?
et, and waB consequently deprived oi all offi?
cial patronage. The Picayune pays a high
compliment to the ability, skill and integrity
of its management.
NEW YORK, April 27.-Noon.-Stocks active
and strong. Money 6 per cent. Exchange 10.
Gold 39. Old bonds 112; new db 108*.
Tennes?e 6's 68; new do 67$. Flour dull.
Wheat quiet and firm. Corn dull, and a half
to one cent lower. Rye quiet. Oats dull, un?
changed. Pork dull at 29. Lard quiet at 18a
18f. Cotton steady at 33a33*. Rosin firm
at $3 35.
Evening-Cotton S3a33A, cts., mostly at SS, at
which figure the market closed. Flour dull.
Wheat firm. Corn dull, and la2c. lower. Mess
Pork S2S#. Lard 18al8|. Groceries quiet and
Bteady. Turpentine oo the spot 73a78J; to ar?
rive C9a70. Rosin SS 40a7. Freights dull-by
sail S-16; by steam 3-16aj\
BALTIMORE, April 27-Cotton firm at 32A.
Flour firm and active, prices unchanged.
Wheat firm. Corn dull-white $110; y ello .v
$1 20. Oats dull at S3a85. Rye firm and ac?
tive at $2r215. Provisions firm and in good
demand; shoulders 14?.
WILMLNGTON, April 27.-Spirits turpentine
64a65c. Rosin-the lower grades ia good de?
mand; strained $2 50a2 55; No. 2 52 60. Cot?
ton quiet; middlings Cdc. Tar ;2 50.
CINCINNATI, April 27.- Flour finn and un?
changed. Com in light supp ly at 94r.95c
AUGUSTA, April 27_Cotton, very little
doing; firmness prevents sales; middling Ole.
SAVANNAH, April 27.-Cotton firm: sales 394 ;
bales; middlings 31AaC2c; receipts 791 bales.
MOBILE, April 27.-Cotton-Leninr; 1 iimitcd; !
holelers firm; sides 400 bales; middlings O'S. ?
Receipts since Saturday, OCS. The cotton com- |
inc to this market is drawn almost exclusively ;
from Montgomery and Selma. There is little
or nothing from plantations or way landings.
NEW ORLEANS, Anni 27.-Sugar uncharged.
Molasses-Cuba 46*'. Cotton firm: middling3
S2*aS3; sales 21G0." Receipts, 147G. Sterling
52a5i. York sight exchange 4 prerauni. Gold
THINGS IX WASHINGTON.
THE CPS AND DOWN'S OF IMPEACHMENT PROBA?
BILITES-THE NOMINATION' OF SCHOFIELD AND
ITS BEAL SIGNIFICANCE.
The well-posted correspondent of the Rich?
mond Dispatch telegraphs to that paper, under
date of Saturday night :
i4There is a great change of opinion as to
the result of the trial going on here. Parties
who early this week unhesitatingly admitted
that Mr. Johnson would be convicted, now
think he will be acquitted, and tha best in?
formed generally believe he will not be removed.
The nomination of General Schofield to be
Secretary of War caused a great deal of
speculation as to the President's motive or
expectation of effect upon the Senate. The
object was to get before the Senate the name
of one against whom no objection could be
urged on political grounds. The objection
that Mr. Ewing was opposed to the Radicals
had been made, and as the President desired
to fully and squarely test the sincerity of pro?
fessions of senators who have said they would
like to get rid of Stanton, Mr. Johnson nomi?
nated Schofield, who is not a politician, and
cannot consistently be objected to by the Radi?
cals on political grounds. It is understood
that Schofield will not decline the nomination."
The Washington Star says, on the same sub?
The withdrawal by the President of the
nomination of Mr. Ewing to be Secretary of
War, and the appointment of General Scho?
field, canses lively discussion about town as to
the secret of this new move on the board. The
generally accepted theory is that the Presi?
dent, in nominating General Schofield, bolds
out the olive branch to tue Conservative Re?
publicans as an assurance tbat if acquitted on
the impeachment trial, he will endeavor to get
along amicably with the party. It was rumor?
ed to-day that the nomination was the result
of an arrangement between the President and
General Grant, but we learn that this has no
foundation. It appears tbat the President
made the nomination of his own motion, an d
dill not even consult bis Cabinet.
MK. JOHNSON, AFT ES CONVICTION.
A letter to the Baltimore Gazette says :
Rumors are afloat that a canvass for him is
being shaped out that will present him in one
of his old characters, but upon a much en?
larged theatre. He will take the stump
against the destructionists, and canvass every
Southern "State, occupying his whole time i?
the labor of arousing and organizing an oppo?
sition to Radicalism and negro equality. The
fear of this has been the subject of much con?
sideration among the destructionists in Con?
I have to-day had interviews with several
leading gentlemen sojourning in this city-one
of them from the Northwest-and was impress?
ed with the conviction that General Hancock,
of Pennsylvania, will most probably be select
fd as the Democratic candidate for the next
'residency, and Hon. D. W. Voorhees, of In?
diana, be chosen for the Vice-Presidency. The
current runs in that direction here very strong?
ly; for we must select as oar standard-bearers
the strongest and most available candidates,
regardless of all personal or political considera?
The Washington Star says:
The seats vacated by the "wayward sisters"
in the House and Senate, at Che outbreak of
the rebellion, are, after their long season of
dust-covered disuse, to be filled once more;
the Speaker will again recognize the "member
from South Carolina," or the "member from
Louisiana,"' as the case may be; and the sis?
mo cant blanks in the Congressional Directory
will be filled as of yore. The senators and
representatives elected by the Arkansas Legis?
lature under the Reconstruction acts are here ,
ready for admission, which will be granted so
soon as the impeachment question has been 1
lisposed of. The members from South Caro- :
lina will next be knocking at the door of Con?
gress. There the now constitution has been
adopted, and the Legislature will doubtless
accept the amendment to the constitution, and
thus fulfill tho " conditions precedent" estab?
lished by Congress. North Carolina and
Louisiana have adopted their constitutions,
and will speedily be putting themselves in a
Eosition to ask for representation in Congress,
a Alabama and Georgia, the constitutions vo?
ted on have probably been rejected. The
clause disfranchising "men for 'opinion's sake
seems to have defeated the Alabama constitu?
tion; aod that presented in Georgia seems to
have had many objectionable features. The
Republicans, taught by experience, will doubt?
less see to it that ia thc next essay at recon?
struction in these States, the plan of constitu?
tion is made sufficiently just and fair in its
provisions to commend itself to the people.
THE YELLOW FEVEB-OBDEBS BV GENERAL
GBANT.-General Orders, "No. 19," has been
issued by command of General Grant. It
instructs the commanding generals of the
military districts comprising the States of Vir?
ginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Geor?
gia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana
and Texas, to cause
First. All vessels arriving at ports within
their commands from ports infected with the
yellow fever, cholera, or other epidemic dis?
ease, but haviDg had no case during their pas?
sage, to be quarantined for fifteen days and
Second. 'All such vessels, which have had
yellow fever, cholera, or other epidemic dis?
ease on board during the passage and after ar?
riving at quarantine, to be quarantined fifteen
days after the termination of the last case, and
thoroughly fumigated. In carrying out this
quarantine, district commanders are to con?
sult and ask the assistance ot officers of the
navy in that vicinity, and correspond directly
with the Secretary of the Navy in reference to
such assistance and co-operation.
A COLORED AMERICAN TN EUROPE_Thomas
Chester, colored, a native of Harrisburg, and
a quondam war correspondent of a Philadel?
phia paper, writes from Paris that he has had
the pleasure of spending the night at the resi?
dence of the Hon. John Bright, in England.
He adds that the letters of introduction fur?
nished him by Governor Ramsey, of Minneso?
ta, and Senator Sumner, were of great use to
him, and says: "While I was in Russia, I was
invited by the Emperor to accompany his
Majesty on a grand review of his Majesty's
body guard, about forty or fifty thousand men
of all arms; and afterwards invited by his
Majesty to lunch with his Majesty and suite in
the Imperial Palace. Several imperial grand
d?tes were present. I have just returned
from Denmark, where I have been received
with great consideration, as the representative
of the Garnet League, whoso object is the ele?
vation of the freedmen. I was received by the
King in tho Royal Palace, in an exceedingly
cordial manner, and his expressions of interest
in behalf of the freedmen were of the warm?
-The toadyism manifested on Dickens' ar?
rival m thia country seems to have been fairly
cast in the shade by the ridiculous demonstra?
tions which marked his departure from it on
Wednesday last. Jenkins tells us that "in or?
der to avoid a crowd of spectators" at the
steamer's wharf, he was taken on a private tug
tu the lower bay. where he joined the steamer
on wiiich bc was tc sail. He was of course ac?
companied by a crowd of enthusiastic tuft
hunters- one or whom, according to Mr. J.
again, "took possession of the tumbler Irom
which Mr. Dickens took his last drink in
America." Drink of what? 0! provoking
Jenkins. Are we tu remain forever i:i igno?
rance of the name und character of the fluid
with which he "wet his whistle" for the last j
time in this sorrowing land ? He had multi?
tudinous souvenirs from admiring friends, in
cludmg many and huge boqueta, had Dickens.
.Viso the cont, bad. "And bis right foot was
enveloped in black silk.*' Happy, enviable
silk ! What neckties it would make; what
prices they would bring! "lhere was"_w?
quote from the ennuis: istic Jenkins one- more
-.'much geuumo Feeling excited bv the finn!
farewell. Mr. Dickens and Mr. J. r. Fields |
embraced each other, anti parted ~'*h a ki-s. '
Mr. Fields repe?.t ! this acl of fric id ship with ;
Mr. Dolby, the ?gem of Mr. Dickons."' Dei::?- 1
ing Dickens! Felicitous Fields! Delighted j
Dolby! Triumphant trio! Let thc curtain
drop to s'ow music.
[Extract from the Minutes.]
* * * * #
At an extra meeting of the Hebrew Benevolent
Society, convened on the 26th instant, the President
stated that be bad summoned the members for the
purpose of testifying their respect and veneration for
their late ex-President, SAMUEL VALENTINE. J.
N. NATHANS, Esq., proposed the following preamble
and resolutions, prefacing them with a touching and
Appropriate eulogistic remaras to the virtues of
the deceased were made by C. H. MOISE and M.
STRAUSS, Esqs., and the preamble and resolutions
unanimously adopted :
Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God to remove
from our midst our beloved brother and late ex
President, SAMUEL VAIXNTENE, who for a quarter of
a century presided over this organization, enlighten?
ing it by his counsel, animating it by his example,
and illustraUng its principles by a devotion to the
cans j of charity, that hesitated at no sacrifico of sell
interest to relieve the distressed and succor the
And whereas, it is proper that the memory of ser?
vices so eminent should be preserved for our rever?
ence and imitation; therefore, be it
Resolved, That in the death of SAMUEL VALENTINE
our Society has lost one of its best counsellors and
supporters, Charity one of ita best advocates, and
each of us a friend and brother. "
Resolved, That in testimony of our affliction, apace
upon oui- Minute Book be dedicated to h 6 memory.
Resolved, That we tender our heartfelt sympathy
to his bereaved family, and that a copv of this pre?
amble and these resolutions be sent to hie afflicted
Resolved, That these proceedings be published in
the Occident, Jewish Messenger, and daily papers of
A. FALK, President.
NATHANIEL LEVIN, Secretary and Treasurer.
SS- NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE-Consignees per steamship
CHAMPION, from New York, are notified of her
cargo being This Day discharged at Ad ger's South
Wharf. AU goods remaining on the dock at sunset
will be stored at Consignees' risk and expense.
JAMES AUGER k CO., Agents.
?-CONSI GNEES PER STEAMSHIP
E. B. SOUDER are notified that she is discharging at
Noith Atlantic Wharf. All goods not removed at
sunset will be stored at expense and risk of owners.
JOHN k THEO. GETTY, Agents,
"April 28 1 North Atlantic Wharf.
DISTRICT COURT-CHARLESTON DIS?
TRICT.-CHARLESTON, April 25, 18C8.-It is here?
by ordered, That Wednesday, the 29th April, be ap?
pointe! Sentence Day, and that those persons who
have been found guilty, and those under recogniz?
ance, be brought up at Eleven o'clock on that day
Ii is further ordered. That Wednesday bc appoint?
ed for the caU of the Summary Process and Contin?
gent Dockets, at Ten o'clock A. M.
By order of Judge LOGAN, District Judge.
April 27_3_C'.erk District Court.
43-UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT-FOURTH CIR?
CUIT-IN EQUITY.-LANGLEY k CO., vs. COGS?
WELL, AND MARREY k CO., vs. LANGLEY.
In pursuance of the decree made in these causes,
on the 20th of March, 18C8, by tho Honorable
GEORGE S. BRYAN, United States Judge tor the
District of South Carolina, all creditors of the "KAL?
MIA MILLS." and of HARVEY COGSWELL, Trus?
tee under the conveyance in Trust of the said Mills,
the lOt i of May, 18C7, are hereby called upon to
come in before the undersigned and prove their
claims?jpon th? said property on cr beiore the first
Hay of May next ensuing, orbe barred from any bene?
fit undtr the derree in the said causes.
March 31 tusO Special Referee.
?S* IN EQUITY.-CHARLESTON-WES
COTT TS. WESCOTTj-Under the Decree filed in
this case on the Kith January, 18G8, the creditors of
the late G. W. WESCOTT are called upon to come in
and prove their demands before the undersigned on
or before the First of July, 1863, or be debarred from
all benefit of the decree to be made in this case.
February 18 tu20
J8S-TEAS AND COFFEES.
CHOICEST NEW CROP TEAS-Seasons, 1S67 and
YOUNG HYSON-SI 50, $1 75, S2 per lb.
NANKIN MOUYNE HYSON-S2 25 per ?5.
IMPERIAL MOUYNE HYSON-$2 per lb.
IMPERIAL GUNPOWDER-$2, $2 26 per lb.
CHOICE OOLONG-SI 25, SI 50, SI 75, S2 per ft.
ENGLISH BREAKFAST-SI 25 to 52 per ft.
GENUINE MOCHA, at 50 cents per ft.
GOVERNMENT JAVA, at 12 cents per ft.
PRIME RIO, at 25 cents, 30 cents per ft.
LAGUAYRA COFFEE, at 35 cents per ft.
PARCHED AND GROUND JAVA, at 50 cents
DESICCATED COCOANUT, TUNTELOIS, AND
BORDEN'S EXTRACT OF BEEF.
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
April 24 Imo No. 275 King-street.
SGT CIR CUL AR.-TO THE LADIES OF
THE VARIOUS CHURCHES IN THE CITY OF
CHARLESTON.-We, the Officers and Members of
the Young Men's Christian Association of Charles?
ton, would take this method of respectfully appeal?
ing to you for assistance. We propose holding
A FLORAL FESTIVAL OR FAIR,
during the latter part of the coming month of Maj*,
hoping we may thereby realize a sufficient amount
to enable VB to continue during the present year the
various religious and charitable works which we
have commenced, and thus far carried on with great
success, but which we must necessarily but reluc?
tantly abandon, unless we derive aid ?rom some
source. The plan o? a Festival or Fair, during the
season ol flowers, has suggested itself to our minds,
and we feel assured that it only requires your assis?
tance to make it a complete success.
We propose that the ladies of each church prepare
one table or booth, supplying (he same with such ar?
ticles lor sale as their own good judgment may sug?
gest, believing that a generous emulation thus en?
gendered, as to which shall best succeed, will, when
all are combined in one collection, present a most
elegant and complete display; and, furthermore, that
each table remain under the control of the ladies who
prepared lt, in order that at the clos'.- of thc Foir it
may be s^eu which has succeeded best in the enter?
prise, and thereby contributed the largest amount
towards the cause in which wc are all so interested.
We, therefore, respectfully call upon thc ladies
composing the various congregations of ail evangeli?
cal denominations in this city, to combine among
themselves, and commence at once the preparation
of such articles as their own fancy and judgment
may dictate. Let all assist, the humblest ts well SJ
the wea'.thi'-r.t, and with united one gies carry out
Thc members of the Association will, one and all,
cheerfully perform all and every ?abor that may be
required i ? them, and will hold themselves always in
readiness to obey every refines .
Those ladies who are willing to assist us are re?
quested to meet every Friday AJlerno'tn ut Five
o'clock, in thc rooms ol the Association (in Kins
street, over Messrs. FoGABTIE k STILLMAN'S .-tort ),
to confer with each other and thc officers ol' the As?
sociation, and perfect such arrangements ;:s may be?
come necessary m carrying out thc j/lan suggested
tu a successful termination.
By urde.-1 ;' the Association.
J. E. FOGARTIE,
April 21 Secretary Y. M. C. A.
C3-N0TICE.-FOR ST. AUG L'S UNE, FLO?
RIDA.-The steamer CITY POINT will touch at the
above place '?n kr return ?rom Palatlm, leaving :
Charleston bor regular 'imo, Friday, May loth.
J. b. AIKEN i: CO., Agents
April 17 itaS
?S- ALL PERSONS HATING CLAIMS
against the estate of THOMAS A. P. HORTON, de?
ceased, will present them duly proven; and all those
indebted to the same will make payment to
WM. SHEPHERD, Executor,
April 28_3 No. 297 Kin?-streer.
Major E. WILLIS will receive the Bupport of the
workingmen and tax-payers of the city for the
Mayorlty, and we are authorized to state, will serve
if elected. MANY WORKINGMEN,
April 23 Imo From all Warde.
jetS-MESSES. EDITORS : WE BEG LEAVE
to suggest the name of Mr. E. D. ENSTON as a suit?
able candidate tor the Mayoralty at thc ensuing elec?
tion, being impressed with the importance of Fleet?
ing one who represents every class in this commu?
nity. We are satisfied he will receive the support of
the citizens and TAX PAYERS.
tS" MESSRS. EDITORS DALLY NEWS :
You will please nominate R. S. DURYEA for Mayor,
MANY NATIVE AND ADOPTED CITIZENS.
ts- NOTICE.-ON A FINAL ADJUSTMENT
of the affairs of the late co-partnership of CRAIG,
TUOHEY & CO., it was agreed that aU the outstand?
ing debts due the Concern should be paid to the
subscriber, who is alone authorized to receipt for the
All persons indebted to said Concern, by note or
otherwise, will moke payment to .
36 East Bay,
April 8 Corner Adger's South Wharf.
SS- NO CURE NO PAY.-DR. FORREST'S
'JUNIPER TAR" is warranted to cure Cough,
Croup, Throat and Lung Diseases, of whatever
nature, if not hopelessly bed-ridden, or the price wih
be positively refunded. INSTAN TANEOUS RELIEF
PRODUCED. Try it, and if not satisfied return the
dmpty bottles and get your money back. For sale
by druggists everywhere.
Price per bottle-35 cents.
For Bale at G. W. AIMAR'S Drug Store,
Corner Klug und Vanderhorst streets.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.'S Drugstore,
No. 131 Meeting-street, near Market.
L. CHAPIN A- CO., General Agents,
No. 20 Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
February 20 th Btu 3mos
?.LET NOT PREJUDICE USURP YOUR
REASON.-It is a fact that, in the minds of many
persons, a prejudice exists against what are called
patent medicines; but why should this prevent yon
resorting to an article that bas such an array oftest
to support it as HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS ? Physicians prescribe it; why should you
discord it ? Judges, usually considered men of ta?
lent, have used and do use it in their families; why
should you reject it ? Let not yonr prejudice usurp
your reason to the everlasting injury of your health.
If von are sick, and require medicine, try these Bit?
When the bodily energies are worn out by anx?
iety and seed a stimulant, thia is the best that can
be taken. It ts tempered and modified by hygienic
herbs and roots, which prevent lt from levering the
blood ; and hence it does not pi oduce a mere tem?
porary excitement, to be followed by injurious reac?
tion, but c ommunicates a permanent potency to the
entire vital organisation. Some of its herbal consti?
tuents ere slightly soporific, so that in cases where
sleeplessness is one of the accompaniments of nerv?
ous disease, a dose of it taken towards bedtime will
tend to produce quiet and refreshing s umber. For
palpitation of heart, tremors, hysteric!, fainting fits,
general restlessness and the c?nsele**? fears and dis?
tressing fancie? to which ladies are especially sub?
ject, under certain morbid conditions of mind and
budy peculiar to their sex, the Bitters will be found
the most agreeable and certain of all counter-irri?
The constitutionally nervous may readily keep
their infirmity in constant check by the daily use of |
this healthful vegetable tonic; and those who have
"shattered their nerves," as the phrase is, either by
imprudent indulcence or undue physical or intel?
lectual labor, will find in this vitalizing elixir a
prompt restorative. 6 April 25
SS- WHEATON'S OINTMENT WILL CURE
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will cure Salt Rheum.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures Old Sores.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures all Diseases of
Price SO cents; by mail 60 cents. All druggists
sell it. WEEKS & POTTER, Boston, Proprietors.
Septsmb eric 38mwfly
sm- FOR RESTORING STRENGTH AND
appetite, use the great Southern Tonic, P.VNK>TN'S
HEPATIC BITTEBS and you will not be disappointed.
For sale by all druggists. tu
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
BAUGH'S BAW BOVE PHOSPHATE QUALITY
guaranteed as per analysis of Professor Shep?
ard. These manures can be usrd to a i vantage ns a
top dressing, and aid much in stimulating the plant
and bringing it to early maturity. They can be
uied with equal advantage for Corn or Cotton.
My present Stock, if desired, will be sold, payable
1st January, for approved CitvacceptAr.ee with 7 per
cent, interest J. N. ROBSON.
? April 28 2 c Nos. 1 and 2 Athntic Wharf.
PERUVIAN GUANO, DAMAGED, AT SOO PER
Fanners' Plaster or Gypsum
Soluble Pacific Guano
Baugh's Raw Bone Phosphate
Put up in bags in fine order. Quality guaranteed.
Can be used in conjunction with the seed when plant?
ing, or os a top dressing, with equal advantage.
For sale by J. N. ROBSON,
No?. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
April 7 tuthslmo
TO INSURE YOUR COTTON CROPS FOR THE
COMING SEASON, use
CROAiDALE'S SUPER PHOSPHATE,
BOWEB'S COMPLETE MANURE
These Fertilizers are highly recommended by all
who have used them.
For sale by WM. QUINEY.
No. 102 East hay,
Sole Agent tor South farolina.
April 7 rutaslnio
Top Dressing ! Top Dressing !
NITROGEN IZED SUPER-PHOS?
PHATE OF LIME.
COTTON, CORN, WHEAT AND GENERAL CROPS.
AS A TUP DRESSING TO A GROWING CROP
THKS FERTILIZER cannai be excelled. It
may be used before- or at'r-.-r the planting of the crop;
for eveu when applied as a top tircsiiiig, it cannot ht
lost by evaporation, as none of us coustitucuts are
volatile. It may be applied at each hoeing of c-ottti:,
aud in the hills during thc cultivation ol com ami
other crop-. When crops have been previous, v
manured iii thc usual way. and mund to b - ol slug?
gish growth, i: may be augmented by the usc of th-s
This Fertilizer has been success lu By used Rn crag fr?
ont thc Southern States daring thc past fifteen
" For full analyses of M A PE-' NTTROGENIZED
SUPER-PHOsPflATE OF LIME, letters (rompromi?
nent I'laut-s throughout theStoteoi South Carolina,
and analyse? of crops, see descriptive pamphlet-,
?hich ?ol? .e rarnubed live ot rharge; and a!,
'-rdc-rsfilledbv H. IV. KINSMAN,
. OLE AGENT FOE SOUTH CAROLINA,
April 18 No. 1":? iiast Lay.
CORN GROUND ON TOLL AT LOW PATES, AT
thc House of Correction, tfagazfae-strect.
By order ol Chic! of Poller
W. P. POULXOT,
Ap.-l 18 30 Keeper ii. c.
YACHT MAGGIE MITCHELL..
THIS FAVORITE YACHT, H.A VINO
"been thoroughly reflttel for pleasure par
jties, is now ready ^for engagements byjap
.plication to the captain on board, orto
April 7 iuths6mos Agents.
THE SPLENDID DOUBLE
g Screw Steamship MARYLAND, E. C.
REED, Commander, will sail for the
above port from Pier No. 1, Ucion
Wharves, on Friday, May 1st, at Twelve o'clock
i brough Bills Lading will be given to Philadel?
phia, Boston, Louisville, Ey., Cincinnati, Ohio, St.
Louis, Mo., and other Northern points.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
COURTENAY A TRENHOLM,
April 28_jj_Union Wharves.
FOR NEW YORK.
REGULAR LINE STEAMERS.
THE STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA,
Captain M. B. CBOWELL, will leave
4V?nderhorst'8 Wharf, on Saturday,
.May 0, 1868, at - o'clock.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
April 28 RAVENEL k CO., Agents.
NEW YORK ANO CHARLESTON
FOR NEW YORE.
THE SPLENDID SLOE WHEEL
WOODHULL, Commander, will leave
Adger's Wharf on Thursday, the
30th instant, at 11^ o'clock A. M.
t?3~ The steamers of this line insure at three-quar?
ter per cent
nar The fide wheel steamship CHAMPION
will follow on Saturday, May 2d, at 4 P. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMES ADGER * CO..
Corner Adger's Wharf and East Dav (Up Stairs).
FOR NEW Y ORK.
PEOPLE'S MALL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
THE STEAMSHIP E. B. SOU?
DER, Captain LEBBY, win leave
North Atlantic Wharf on Thursday,
30th inst, at - o'clock.
For Freight or Passage apply :o
JOHN k THEU. GETTY, Agents,
April 27_North Atlantic Wharf.
NORTH GKRJUAN LLOYD.
BALTIMORE AN Ii BREMEN,
TEE SCREW BT EAMES B OF TEX NORTH GERMAN LLOYD,
OF 2500 TONS AND 700 HORSE-POWER.
WILL RUN REGULARLY BE?
TWEEN BALTIMORE AND BRE?
MEN, VIA SOUTHAMPTON. From
Bremen on thu 1st of each month.
From Southampton on the 4th sf each month. From
Baltimore on the lrt of each month.
PRICE OF PASSAGE-From ? altimore to Bremen,
London, Havre and boutbamptou-Cabin$90; Steer?
age $36. From Bremen to Baltimore-Cabin $90;
Prices of passage payable ia gold, or its equiva?
They touch at Southamptor both going and re?
turning. These vessels take Freight to London and
Hull, for which through bills of lading are signed.
An experienced Surgeon ls attached to each vessel.
All letters must pass through the Pos to mc e. No
bills of lading but those of the Company will be
signed. Bills of lading will positively not be de?
livered before goods are clea re i at the Customhouse.
For Freight or Passage, ai:ply to
A. SCHUMACHER k CO.,
No. 9 South Charles-street, Baltimore.
Or to MORDi dl b CO., Agents,
East Buy, Charleston, S. C.
April 20 6mos
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMFY'S
THROUGH LIJvE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE AT GREATLY RE?
DUCED RATES I
STEAMERS OF THE ABOVE
line leave Pier No. 42, North River,
foot of Cana.'-street. New York, at
12 o'clock noon, of the 1st Otb, ICth
and 24th of every month (except when these dates
fall on Sunday, then the Satur lay preceding).
Departure of 1st and 2Ut connect at Panama with
steamers for South Pacific f nd Central American
ports, 't hose or 1st touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of 11th ol each month connects with
the new steam line from Parama to Australia and
Steamship GREAT REPUBLIC leaves San Fran?
cisco, for China and Japan, June 3.
No California steamers tomb at Havana, but go
direct from New York to AspinwaU.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or further information apply
ai the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the whai%
foot of Canal-street, North River, New York.
March 14_lyr F. R. BABY, Agent.
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
_ -fP?s?w ON AND AFI ER FIRST MAY THE
??g5??5?steamer ROCKLAND will leave the
wharf toot of Market-street at follows:
Leave City at 10 A. M., J an 1 6 J,' P. M.
Leave Mount Pleasant at 1% A. M., 12}i and 6. P.
Fare 20 cents-6 Tickets ?cr SI. Colored Persons
15 cents. Monthly Tickets S7.
Leave City at 10 A. M.. 3an 1 6* P. M.
Leave Island at 7>4' and ll... M.. 5 Ja P. M.
Fore 25 cents-5 Tickets fur SI. Colored Persons
^STSpecial agreements for LARGE EXCURSION
PARTIES. J MIN H. MURRAY,
April 27 4* _Agent
FOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF, BUCKING?
HAM POINT, AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LAND?
INGS CN THE SANTEE RIVER.
_ _"1E-?a? THE FINE LIGHT DRAFT STEAM
V-^YS?1M er MARION. Captain J. T. FOBTEB,
is now receiving Freight fer the above point?, and
will Heave Wednesday, 29th iastant.
All Freight to be prepaid on the wharf.
No Freight received after sauset
Fer Freight or passage, apply to
Ar cemmodation Wharf.
THROUGH TICKET'S TO FLORIDA,
BY CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH STEAM
PACKET LINE, VIA BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD AND BLUFFION.
r THE STEAMER "PILOT BOY,"
?????3??? Captain W. T. MCNELTT, will leave
Charieston^every Monday Sight, at 12 o'clock, and
Savannah every Thursday Slaming, at 7 o'clock.
All Way Freight, also tracton Wharfage, must be
For Freight or Passace, apply to
JOHN FEBGUaON, Accommodation Wharf.
March 3 _
FOR PALATKA. FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACESONVILLE,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE al. JOHN'S
_ STEAMERS DICTATOR AND
?JSJjgSCClTY POINI, will leave Charleston
eveiv luesday and Friday Evcninge. a: 0 O'CI'.CK.
for above j-laces, and Savannah every Wednesday and
Saturday, at 3 o'clock P. M.
Steamer DICTAT uR, Capt. L. M. Co SETTEE, sail?
Steamer CITY POINT, Capt. S. Assise, sails Fri
Returning, the DICTATOR will leave Savannah
every Saturday Mornin'.. at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or Passage apDly on beard or at ofh>e
oi J. D. AIKEN ? Co., Agents,
January 3 >outh Atlantic Wharf.
NOTICE RELATIVE TO THC MAH*
C ITT HALL, OFFICE CLERK C F COUNCIL. I
CHARLESTON, April 24, 1868. I
ON AND AFTER 1HE FIRST DAY OF MAY
next, the Markets will bc op.-t'ed ct i o'clock
A. M. and closed a: 3 o'clock A. M. CuSatu.day
Nights, the Markets -.viii be opene? ?rom 5 P. M. usu!
By order o:' Mayor COSSWEU.
W. H. SMITH,
April 27_Imo_Clerk of ? wawi.
Cm HAIL, MAYOR'S OFFICE. )
CHARLEST rS. ft C.. April 13, f
,4 LL OFFICER i Ott OTHER PERSONS <uN
A. NECTED witt the City . . .v rament, are h. r. -
bv required to unite raou:'.:ly rot re? to di . May >r
of all work doue, properly rec issued and're- .
millring oa hand, acor?ina to terms which will IK
lurn'shed by ?h . City Engine? r.
By order of Mayor Cc ELL.
Vs'. H. SMITH.
April 20 lg Clafc ot Contd!.
Special Sale of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, No?
tions, ?rc, by order of Gen. H. B. Clitz.
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
No. 136 Meeting-street,
Will sell THIS DAY. 28th inst., at 10 o'clock,
A general assortment of DEY GOODS, suitable for
Beady-made Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Notions, A-c.
The sale will be continued ever; alternate day un?
til the entire Block is disposed of.
Terms cash._April 28
Immediately after the Sale of Dry Goods, ?rc ,
by order of General LT. B. Clitz,
McKAY & CAMPBELL
WiUalso sellan Invoice of MEN'S AND BOY'S
STRAW HATS, Siarfalletta, ElUickinlck and Plug
Terms ca?h. April 28
Seventy-Five Cases Boots and Shoes, Forty
Cases Hats, and Furniture.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets.
75 cases seasonable BOOTS and SHOES, just re?
Cases Men's Calf and Buff Malakoffs and Oxford
Cases Men's Calf and Buff Brogans and Balmorals,
6-11 and 9-13
Cases Men's Calf Congress and Bismarcks,'6-10
Cases Men's Calf Dress and Business Boots, 6-10 and
Cases LadieB' Serge Congress and Balmorals, 3-7
Cases Woman's Goat and Grain Bootees, 3-7 and 6-9.
An assortment of Ladies', Misses and Children's
SHOES, in cartoons.
10 cases Men's, Boy's and Children's HATS, as?
20 superior WALNUT BUREAUS
12 superior Hat Backs._April 28
Valuable Building Lots.
BY H. H. DeLEON.
W?I be sold, at Public Auction, THIS DAY, April
28th, 1868, at the Old Postoffice, at ll o'clock,
All that LOT OF LAND at the corner of Church
street and St. Michael's Alley, being 22 feet front on
Church-street, and 133 feet deep, more or less. On
this Lot Is a Brick Kitchen, rented at S15 per month.
This is a good sUnd for a grocery store.
All that LOT OF LAND on south side of Cumber?
land-street, near Church-street, 26 feet front and 36
Conditions cash._April 28
Brandy and Claret.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
THIS DAY, the 28th instant, will be sold at the New
Customhouse, at ll o'clock,
20 quarter casks 1 Genuine imported COGNAC
10 octaves j BRANDY
100 cases genuine imported Claret,
Conditions at sale,_April 28
Bouse and Lot in Coming street.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
OD THURSDAY next, 30th inst, wiU be sold, at the
Exchange, at ll o'clock,
The LOT OF LAND, with the Brick Dwelling
Hou-e, containing five upright rooms and basement,
kitchen and outbuildings, a cistern said to contain
20,000 gallons; situated on the west side of Coming
street, known as No. 67.
Lot measures 44 feet 7 inches front by 109 feet in
depth, more or less.
conditions-One-third cash; balance payable In one
and two years, with interest from day of sale, payable
semi-annually, secured by bonds of the purchaser
and mortgage of the property; buildings to be kept
insured and policy assigned; purchaser to pay J. A.
& Co. for papers and stamps. April 25
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Broten vs. Moore.
WIU be sold under the direction of the undersigned,
at the Old Cus tomb .-.use, THIS DAY, the 28th
day of April. 1868, at ll A. M.,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the two-story DweU
lns House and other Outbuilbinga thereon, situate on
the south aide of Wentworth-stree t, in this city, which
said lot forms part of the lots numbered 54 and SS, In
Purcell's plat of lands of the heirs of John Ancrum,
made in April, 1799, and since divided into seven
lots as by plat or Robert Q. Pinckney, Esq., dated
May 31,1841, and recorded in the office of hegister of
Mesae Conveyance, Plat Book A No. 1, page 51; the
said lot hereby to be sold, or intended so to be,
bein? designated on Pinckney's plat by the number
7. Measuring lu frout on Wentworth-strcet 36 feet,
on tho back line 38 feet 8 inches, and in depth 80
feet 8 inches. Bounding to the north on Wentworth
strcet, to the east on lot number 6 in Pinckney's
plat, to the south on lot number 56 in Purcell's plat,
and to the wcBt on land of-.
Terms.-One-third cash; balance in two equal an?
nual ins taita en ts, secured by bond of purchaser and
mortgage of the premises, with interest from day of
sale, payable send-annually. The purchaser to pay
taxes and for papers and stamps.
April 28 th3 tul_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE INEQUITY.
Brisbane vs. Brisbane.
Will be sold under direction of the undersigned,
at the Old Customhouse, THURSDAY, the 30th
April, 1868, at ll A. M., -
All that LOT OF LAND on the southeast corner of
Nassau and Amherst streets, with the two Wooden
Buildings thereon, containing in iront on Nassau
street 50 feet more or lc ss, the same on the back Une,
and in depth 75 feet more or less.
AU that LOT OF LAND with the Building thereon,
on Amherst-street, to the east of the above, contain?
ing on Amherst-? treet 36 feet more ?rlese, and in
depth 111 ieet more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; the balance in one and
two years, Bemired by bond or bonds of the purchas?
er and mortgage of premises, with interest from day
of sale, payable semi-annuaRy. Purchaser to pay
tor papers and stamps.
April 14 tu3thl Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Ryan vs. Davis.
WUl be sold, under the direction of the undersigned,
at the Old Customhouse, on TUESDAY, the 5th
day or May, 1868, at ll A. M.,
LOT OF LAND, situate in the town of Walterboro',
in the District of CoUeton, and known as Lot No. 73
on the plat or said town, and having sucn quantity,
buttings and boundings as are represented on said
Terms-One-third cash ; the balance in three equal
successive annual instalments, secured by bond of
the purchaser and mortgage of the premises, with
interest from day of sale, payable annuaUy; build
inga.to be insured" and poUcies assigned. Puichaser
to pay for papers and stamps and taxes.
April 14 tu4 Master in Equity.
gats ana (laps.
HatB for figures broad and burly,
Hats for straight hair and curly;
Hats for faces melancholy.
Hats for features bright and joUy;
Ha: s for gentlemen of standing.
Huts that give a look commanding;
Hats for walking, riding, driving, *
Hats duU laces look alive in:
Hats for pic-nics and excursions,
Hats for hoUday diversions;
Hats that stand aU kinds of mauling,
Hats for every trade and caning;
Hats for travelling, sporting, sailing,
Hats grease-proof, in storms unfailing;
Hats air-chambered, summer lining,
Hats with which to cut a shine in ;
t-ats with which a room to enter,
Hats for scores of wild adventure;
Hats of qu;e? style, fer pastors,
Hats low-crown, your knowing castors;
Eats oft sent a hundred milts tor,
Hats that even babies cry tor;
Hats mr landsmen and :br ?ai or?,
Hats that grace the ?roril ol'tailors;
Hats that would a saint entice.
Hats, good Hats, at any price?
STEELE, POETICAL HATTER,
No. 313 KING-STREET.
April 28 1 Sipn of the "Bi: Hat.'
35. iiVX ZKR>0V/
WOT LD RESPECT.
FULLY inform tho Ai|
La .Hes tliat -h* will pAv-n-i }
OPE> THIS DAY A tem?i': Mi
L * P.Gi: .WORT- >f?wE?'yS?
CELE3 VIED PAPER PATTERNS.
DRESSMAK V . ia ?d' it- bra ?che*. \ pcttecs ::
guaranteed. STAMPING AND EMCROIUEuLN?
DONE TO OROER. .. , , ..RR,.
Frtr: . D stov Wcntwottii-strect,
April IS* 'tuil - ~? tfcrle :on? .
Dry Goods, Pavilion Gauze, Notions, ?cc.
BY JOHN G. MILNOB & CO.
THIS DAY, 28th Inst, st 10 o'clock, will be ?old, at
our store, No. 13S Meetinj-atreet
PANT STUFFS, Orese Goods, Bleached sod Brown
Shirting, White Hose, Brown Half Hose, Blue and
White Pavilion Gauze, Ladies' Lisle and Kid Gloves,
Briar Wood Pipes, Soaps. Gingham Parasols, White
AT PBXVATX SALE,
Bales 3-4 BROWN SHIRTING
Super 4-4 White Matting.
Conditions cash._April 28
Catalogue Sale-650 Lota Dry Goods, Cloth?
ing, Eoppskirts, Boots and Shoes, Felt and
Straw Eats, Fancy Goods, Notions, ??c.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO. *
Will sen THIS DAY and TO-MOEROW. the 28th
and 20th, at their Cash Auction House, No. 65
Hasel-etreet, opposite Postofflce, commencing at 10
DRESS GOODS, HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, White
Goods, Domestics, Pant Stufe, Hoopskirts, Hosiery,
Boots and Shoes, Bato and Straw Goods, Fancy
Goods, Clothing, Shawls, Laces, Trimming, Ac
Aty*s amples now ready and open tor examination.
Catalogues on mornings of sale.
Butter, Bellies and Shoulders.
BY T. M. CATEB.
Win be sold on Brown's Wharf, at three-quarters
past 9 o'clock,
10 FIRKINS S1R1CTLY CHOICE BUTTER
Conditions cash. _ April 28
Shoulders, Strips. Earns, ??c.
JEFFORDS & CO.
WfJl sell IHT8 DAY, in front oi their Stores, at half
past 9 o'clock,
6000 CHOICE SBOULDERS
6000 pounds Choice Strips
60 bbls. Sugar
60 bbls. Molasses and Syrup
26 bbls. Flour
20 boxes Tobacco
25 boxes Candles
_20 boxes Cheese_April 28
Sides, Shoulders, Butter, Lard, ?cc.
G. W. STEFFENS & CO.
WIR sell THIS DAY, in front of their .Hore, No. 20
Vendue Fange, at half-past 9 o'clock,
- HB DB. SIDES
- Bhds. Shoulders
- Tubs Butter
- Tubs Lard
- Bags Coffee
- Bbls. Flour
- Boxes Herrings
- Bbls. Whiskey
- Bbls Syrup.
Schooner Flat Dunderberg.
BY MILLIGAN & SON.
THIS DAY, 28th instant, wiU be sold at ll o'clock,
at Marsh's shipyard,
The Schooner Flat DUNDERBEHG, 60 feet long,
20 feet beam and 0 feet hold, with her Maate, Sails,
Rigging, Anchors, Chains, Ac, all new. Her capaci?
ty is 60 cords wood or 6000 bushels of shell. She
was built about two years ago, and is in complete
One PLEASURE BOAT, schooner rigged.
BY MILLIGAN & SOIN,
TO-MORROW, 29th Instant at No. 60 Washington
street, near Northeastern Railroad Depot, we win
The' entire CONTENTS of a Retail Grocery Store,
with the unexpired term of lease and good will of
Terms cash._April 28
Boots, Shoes, Balmorals, Oxford Ties, Gaiters,
BY N. HUNT & SON.
TO-MORROW. 29th inst, at 10 o'clock, in our Sales?
room. No: 142 Meeting-street, we W?1 sell for
75 cases assorted BOOTS, SHOE8, GATTERS, Bal?
morals, Oxford Ties, Boys and Youths' Balmorals
and Brogans, all fresh and desirable stock, to which
we invite the attention < f buyers. April 28
Fifteen Prime Mules, Wagons, Carryalls,
Carts, Saddles, Sets Earness, ??c., ?cc,
Large Collection of Eousehold and Office
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BBO.
TO-MORROW, 39th instant, at half-past 10 A. AL, at
No. 33 Broad-street,
Particulars in future advertisement.
For Sale, a Small Neat Residence in Rose
BY BOWERS &SILC0X.
Will be sold on THURSDAY next, the 30th instant,
in front of the Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS
thereon, situated in Boee Lane, next north of Bogard
street Lot measuring 38 feet iront by 66 feet
deep. The budding contains four square room? and
kitchen attached, necessary outbuildings, with a
garden and shade trees; a good weU of water on the
Conditions-One-half cash; the balance in one
year, with interest; purchaser to pay tor papers and
stamps. The property is to be sold on account of
Hie party leaving the city, and is perfectly healthy.
Small Souse in Percy-street.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 30th inst., at ll o'clock,
at the Old Postofflce,
That two-story WOODEN DWELLING situated In
Percy-street two doors from Lure-street Lot
measures 21 feet front by 80 feet deep, bethe said
dimensions more or less.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year, secur?
ed by bond and mortgage, wi tb interest; property to
be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps. April 28
Sale under Foreclosure of Mortgage-Brick Res?
idence in Water-street.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
On TUESDAY, the 12th day of May, at ll o'clock A.
M., will be sold at the Old Postofflce, in the City of
The BRICK DWELLING HOUSE on the south
side of Water-street containing nine upright rooms
and one dressing room, with piazzas to the south.
On the premises are a cistern containing 10,000 gal?
lons, and a brick kitchen. There is also an en'rance
on Zig Zag alley. Lot measures 140 feet 3 inches
front Une, 144 feet 4 inches back line, 94 leet 6 inch?
es west Une, and 38 feet 7 inches on the east Une.
Conditions-Five thousand dollars with interest at
one and two-thirds per cent per month, from 22d
November, 1BC7, te day of sale, and the expenses of the
sale payable in cash, under the operation of a mort?
gage from J Legare Yates to John Chadwick, dated
22d March, 1867 ; the balance of the purchase money
by bond bearing 7 per cent interest, payable in one
year, to be secured Dy mortgage ot the property; the
buildings to be insured and poUcy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pty for papers and stamps.
April 21 21,23128.:i0,uioy5,7,9,11,12
Jlntitoncfrs' ?Jri??te Soles.
Farm in Walton County, near Rutledge,
BY I. Y. WESTERYELT,
Real Estate Agent, Broker and Auction?
eer, No. 35 Broad-Street.
CIO ACRE I ARM, seven miles north of the healthy
and growing Village of Rutledge, near the Georgia
Railroad, two (2) comfortable dwellings and out?
houses, excellent water, good neleh burb od, and
picturesque section of country. There is on thc
ylace a Urge and flne Orchard and Vineyard, which
yield an abundance of fruit; excellent wine made
from the grai e* produced on this place. The clear?
ed '.and i< adapted to ?li?- culture oi .-nial! gram, and
particularly f r wheat. There are about COO acres of
ori.'iiiai iorest bud. ihr crop row under cultivation,
together with !.o:?e=. One milch cows, sheep, and
fannui? nten?il*. may bebouubtwitu tbe pia <?. and.
it ic-stied, possession gi-eu ct once. Pertectly
healthy ~r a:' I -.i-on*. o ?rril 27
IV. ?.LEITCH k R.S. BRUNS,
Real E-tnte Crokers anti A uctionccrj.
At Private Sate
One O? the :.ios: desirable RESIDENCE* in the
western pat: . t ;U' city, situated at northwest cor?
ner of Lynch ?tua Beau?iin streets. Residence con?
tain- four square .. :d two a: ic rooms, w.ih pantry,
ca-, a :d ev< rt modern ci nvi : icnc<. rpontbeprem
iecs i kitchen, brick stable and cistern, und all
nee-.?-s ry outbuilding--. 1J; . garden is elegantly
laid ont. and planted with the choicest rotes and
exotic;-; u.:.:- ...? | ,u j.., cement, with arbors and
It'ds .-? of ; rrj mal cr-. u. L< t ir. larg-.-, havng a
iron - . .: l:cauia:ti-st:ec: ol' C2M2 leet bv 175 m
dep ii. Tb ; .i mst -. ca> bj ii -pect d ui.d ince
ma : kno.-n, iti-o:: ^priicstion as abo\c, at
.>: r ! 25 No. .5 L'EOAD-STREET.