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THE DAILY NEWS.
M&~ L ABO EST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY.
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE. LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN
:LNG M THE POSTOFFIOB AT THE END OF
?EACH WEEST, ACCORDING TO THE PBOVIS
?ION8 OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
A ??CTI02T SALES THIS DAT.
LEITCH A BBE.NS will sall this day, at ll
< o'clock, at the old postoffice, two houses and
? lots on K?OR-street. '
I. S. K BEKNETT will sell this day, at, ll
o'clock, corner of East Bay and Broad straits,
. several buildings and lots in different parts of
the city. - .
JAMES TTTFPEB, Master in Equity, will sell
this day, at ll o'clock, at the old customhouse,
a letoiTandiW(be town of Walterboro'.
LA ?BET A ALEXANDER will sell this day, at
10 o'clock,, in their store, No. 137^ East Bay,
shoulders, biscuits, &c.
MILES DRAKE will sell thiB day, at 10 o'clock,
at his store? corner'"of "Eng and Liberty
: atreeto^dry^oods, &o. , ,. . ..
JETTOBDS & Cb. will sell this day, at half
?ast 9 o'clock, in Iront of their stores, No.
endno Bange, hams, flour, Ac
T. M. CATE? will sell this day, at three
. quarters past 9 o'clock, on Brown's wharf, but
; ter, crockery, ?tc. . -. -, .
G.- W? 6amm A Co. will sell this day. at
half-past 9 o'clock, in front of their store, No.
: SO Tendue Bange, Bides, butter, Ac.
CAMPBELL, KN-OX & Co, will sell this day, at
10 o'clock, at store No. 229 King-street,' two
t stocks of dry goods, -?jl'- ?'.
JOHN G. AULSOB & Ca wiu sall this day, at
10 o'clock, at'their auction salesroom. No.
135 Meeting-street, dry goods, clothing, Ac.
TBE LAMES' MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION are to
hold a meeting a this evening at the Widows'
Home, Broad-street. See notice in another
PLASTEES' ABD MEOW AUTOS' BASX.-The an
. nual election for the officers of this institution
took place yesterday, and the incumbents ware
v unanimously re-elected." Aa the bank is in li
< quidation, no chango 'waa:' considered necea
.sary. .' "
Tma?<to. BONHCTS.-The present minute
.. style of bonnets has afforded scope for an eco?
nomical invention in Paris. A new. bonnet is
. now offered for three sous, equivalent to three
.: cents. It is composed of thin, pliable strips of:
wood, reticulated like a net. The in te rs tic s
: are filled with very narrow - ribbon.' Of course
. the trimming? are on extra expense, and at the
option of tba wearer, tr* ? . ? ..
TncBOD.-We Bee. that Dr. J. Dickson Bruns,
formerly of this city, last week lectured before
a li terary society in Now Crleans^on the Poetry
OfTirorocb The New Orleans Times speaks of
. Dr. Bruns' "as an intimate friend of Timrod,
. thoroughly famitiar with all the beautiful traits
. of his character and genius, aa.well aa.With the
scenes which woke the spul of the now dead
,^Qet into sweetest song:"
' ALMOST A Bow-A FTNGXB OF?.-Among the
arrests made at the guardhouso last night-was
- one of a white roan who, full of fun. and bad
liquor, had flourished a scythe-blade around
. Horlbeck's AUey/aad succeeded in amputating
- a finger from the hand of a colored man, who
.> was Striving to stop his demonstrations. He
- was accommodated with, dose quarters, and
. will answer the charge tm's morning.
BEEAKTSQ GSOUSD.-For the past fewflays
- workmen have been engaged in excavating tile
i lot at the corner of Cumberland and meeting
. streets, where the new Masonic Hall ia to be
i erected. Before the fire, Werner's building,
. which occupied the site, had a deep and exten
sive cellar or basement, but this was filled np
. with tho debris, and. its removal is now a
> matter of necessity. The rubbish removed
:; from the lot is used by the city to nil up low
i places in the streets and m the burnt district.
f ? .
CiXAirxsp THE DEATHS.-This necessary work j
. is always progressing in some portion of the
? city, and the drains receive a thorough cleans?
ing at.regular intervals. In Calhoun-street a
? change has been made in tho windlass, and the
.". bucket of mud is dumped into a lone, trough,
- which is elevated to th e same level with the mud
. carts. These drive upand^carry off their loads
, - without soiling the streets, and the passers are
i not offended'with; the sight of huge piles of j
- drain mud which heretofore surrounded every j
?Low BATES ros BUMMER TRAVEL,-Wo have
ie pleasure of announ cing th at the Greenville
. and Columhia Bailroad Company are issuing
-, family and business tickets of 1000 miles each
- at m. The. Spartanburg and Union BwJroad
v Company do-"?b? ?mo at $35 per UX? t?les;
- These'two connecting roads, with our South
t Carohna Railroad, bring the mountain districts
-within easy access and at cheap rates. We
Ti have already noticed the .fact that the South
. Carolina Railroad Company issue businosa tick
. eta far 1000 miles at $25.
"WHAT rn Ix ?''-We have been favored with
. a'sight of the new "figure-head" of the Ella
..Anna, a fine yacht soon, to be launched by
Messrs. Marsh A Bro. At a first glance the
- wooden carving appears to be a representation
- of the sea serpent, but minke that far-famed
snake this monstrosity rejoiced in .the posses?
sion of two tails and a villainous looking fron?
tispiece, which bore a faint resemblance to the
. great guyascutis. : The Ella Anna is nearly
. completed, and as soon as the ornamental
- work is finished she will be ready to "walk the
? waters like a thing of life."
A REPUBLICAN- MASS MEETING was held last
night at the Clubhouse, in Meeting-street.
The hall was densely crowded with colored Re?
publicans, only a few whites being present.
Peter Mt nar was called to the chair by an
.almost unanimous vote, and prot eeded to bad
, the Republican party and exhort all'members
to stand by the nominees. The object of the
meeting was to enkindle a blaze of enthusiasm
for the nominees for the comity, and to
strengthen the backbones of the weak and re?
creant. There were several speakers, but the
'crowd was so compact that it was impossible
to come within hearing distance, or to obtain
more than a bird's-eye view of the dark*
THE LUMBER TRADE OF CHABXXSTOK.-We
are pleased to note that, notwithstanding the
general depression , in business, tho lamber
trade .i?^;Bt?^aa|?ve,?nd; eWpmentsare being
. m ade.to foreign and coastwise ports. The su?
periority of tbe Southern, pine.for building
purposes has'rendered it a prominent article
of export, -. and cargoes of either timber or
sawed lamber are readily engaged. The steam
saw mills at the foot of Bean >in-srreet, ran
, by Mr. J. H. Steinm ey er, 'have been recently
putin thorough repair, and he is prepared to
resume business on an extended scale. As
proving the importance of the lojnher trade,
we note the .following shipments which were
made from these mills during the past few
weeks : The brig' Manzanilla; from P^ckport,
Maine, came to this city, consigned to Messrs.
Olney A Co. Her cargo of lime rock was soon
dischargeo^ii^ a return freight'pf
sawed lumber, which will be returned to this
port in the shape of a fine vessel^ capable of
carrying cotton to .Liverpool.- Thf?chooner
Wanella also took a full cargo of lumber to
New Haven, and the brig George a similar
freight to a port m Cuba. These are but three
of many similar shipmente, and though the
trade bears no comparison-with that of times
past, it-is slowly bat 8t?ao!iJyincreasiEg. I
THE CHARITY FAIR.
A BRILLIANT AND COMPLETE SUCCESS.
THE COUP D'OIL Di THE HALL.
THE SEVERAL TABLES AND THEIR DECORA?
A WTLDEENESS OF BEAUTY, BAFFLES
AND GBAB BAGS.
?WILL YOU TAKE A CHANCE ?"
Pursuant to. the notice that "the ladies of
the several Catholic congregations of Charles?
ton have combined for the purpose of holding
a Fair," Hibernian Hall waa last evening
thrown open to a large, brilliant and fashion?
The object of the Fair is to aid the female
orphans ander the charge of the Sisters of j
Mercy, in Queen-street, the male orphans un- j
der the charge of the Sisters of Mercy in Can?
non-street, and in aid of the Ursuline Convent
in Columbia. To achieve this noble pur-1
pose and ensure the largest success, months
of preparation have been given. Through
correspondence with kindred societies,
church organizations, and personal friends
in varions parts of the United States,
from St. Louis to New Orleans, and from New
York tb Washington, the fair bands of ladies
in all sections of the country have worked in?
defatigably in the fabrication ot) the beautiful
articles which form the attractions of the oc?
casion, -Not merely the- ladies, but bishops,
merchants, lawyers, priests, as well as public
men and shririkiDg, delicate women, have lent
their best efforts to accomplish a happy result;
so that the Fair ia really a representative, to a
very considerable extent, of that spirit of be?
nevolence and charity which so largely char?
acterizes the Catholic world.
The management was assigned to a commit?
tee af gentlemen, of whom Mr. John F. O'Neill
acted as chairman, John B. Lafitte as secreta?
ry, and M. W. St. Arnaud as treasurer. Sub?
committees were appointed on finance, deco?
rations, raffles, music, and for other purposes,
and from the first beginning of the undertak?
ing it was directed upon a well considered and j
well organize i plan of operations. The most
perfect system has marked every step in the
progress of the preparations. .
In ali Fairs the first attraction ia of course
the beauty pf their decorations, and thoso
who ware present -last evening must have
been struct by tba remarkable contrast be?
tween .the, tasteful/ symmetrical and pictu
resqe embellishments and those which are
usually thrown helter-skelter together when a
Fair is on the carpet, and are expected to form
of their own sweet accord a graceful and har?
monious whole. This remarkable feature of
the present Fair is' due to the Committee of
Arrangements, acting in consultation with Mr.
C. Werner, the Tubal Cain of Charleston, who
caused to be prepared-a-series of beautiful
scrolls of iron representing at the summit a
Gothic crc?s, below which is a large heart,
encircled and supported by additional
wreaths of metal. These were covered with
evergreens and flowers; but so,adroitly ar?
ranged as to present an entirely different and
brilliant appearance over each table, although
the. general outline was the same. Some of. j
them were made tc gleam as if Bet with bril?
liants, the gas light playing upon the baubles
refracted , at a thousand angles, creating a
grand kalei("osearlo Rumination like BO many
gigantic- -?amoitus, in a setting of emerald
green. Others bad, no'ornament but the pale
green and the pallid, rose; one other at least
was thickly studded with * golden p?latted
lilies, which, waved their lovely shapes
above the lovelier forms that flitted fairy
like around the tables. The scrolls of
Sowers to which we have referred, fourteen
in number, rested like huge crowns upon a
corresponding number of tables which occu?
pied both sides of the hall Two of these tables
nrere appropriated to the purposes of refresh?
ment, audit is needless to say that they were
the loitering place daring the evening of many
a fond and hungry couple, who mingled senti?
ment and stewed oysters, passion and pates,
poetry and pigs' feet, in delicious alternation.
These tables were a favorite place.
Thestage was occupied by the Pc ..i Band,
which from seven to eleven treated the au?
dience to a selection of their finest airs. Im?
mediately in front of the stage was a square
enclosure, which had been very sensibly re?
served for the use of a committee of gentle?
men to whom was assigned the superintend?
ence of all raffles. It is known to all Fair-goers
that few raffles take place without dissatisfying
somebody who may not be present at the mo?
ment: but the arrangements made in the pre?
sent instance are such as to preclude everything
Uko misapprehension, confusion or mistake.
T?e raffle lists, as filled at the different tables,
are handed to "this committee, to whom is also
given the prizes to be disposed of. From this
time the whole matter rests with them. They
aro alone responsible for the safe delivery of j
the articles won to the person who wins them,
or his accredited representative. A most ex?
In front of this enclosure a stand was erect?
ed, on which rests a very beautiful marble soda
fountain, and as the 'temperature during the
evening was at an African stand-point, crowds
of ladies and their partners indulged in reci?
procal i colings-off, as they buried their pro
bosces in tbe healthy effervescence of the
glass. It was, emphatically,
"Soda, soda, everywhere,
And nothing else to drink 1"
Nay! we correct ourselves. There was a
Jacob's Well-a well, too, that made the mod?
ern Jacobs, who drank from its depths, hesi?
tate whether to bestow their admiration apon
the blonde divinity who presided over its bid?
den sweets or apon the gorgeous concoction
Which, like troth, lay at its bottom.
Although the tables represented the untiring
labors of the congregations of the different
Catholic ohurches in the city, a particular
table could not be assigned to each church by
same, and the tables will therefore be described
seriatim-table No. 1 being the first on the
right of the main entrance, and table No. 14
the first on the left.
We will suppose the reader to be at the door.
Turning, as he enters, to the right, bis eye will
be attracted by a very handsome table (No. 1),
fairly loaded down with toys, china ornaments,
purses, dolls, vases, and every variety
of curiosity calculated to delight the
innocent tastes of childhood and
gratify the ^desires of those of mature age.
These are: disposed of after the manner of a
"Gift Enterprise," i? e., "y?upayB your money
and; you takeB your choice"-of envelopes,
each envelope costing but twenty-five cents,
and calling for a prize which may, in the lan?
guage of the advertisements, be anything,
from an india rubber boy baby to a brick
house. Prominent on this table is a fine life
size colored photograph of the Rev. Father
Shaflte, which will be raffled at fifty cents a
chance. Tbe portrait is au admirable"one, and
Will be a valued prize to the lucky' win
oar. At the aide of this table and per?
tain inp to lt is a mammoth stove
pf the-"Mutual Friend" pattern, the gift of
Messrs. Cameron & Barkley, of Meeting-stroet.
We can fancy that some of our readers will
utter their astonishment at the presence of J
this domestic masterpiece in a Fair; but it is
really one of the most valuable, attractive and
useful among all the institutions that have
been made. It would please the hon
because aho could s tew a four weeks' w
in one of its stupendous boilers; it woi
light the gourmand, because in it he cai
anything, from a reed bird to a bull;
would tickle a Feegee Islander almost tc
on account of its capacious advantages :
king "MisMonary"'secwidem artem.
Table No. 2 is under the same admi
Mon as that just noticed. A series of
arranged among the flowers and even
cause the word "St. Patrick's" to shine 1
arch of multi-colored fire. In tho cen
the upper portion of the table is a m
doll, which, in common with all the othe:
! in the Fair, is warranted a first-class spe
j of a woman in miniature. Then comes
' lection of bridal cushions, embroidery,
trimmings, kerchiefs, baby olothea, te
i and sofa cushions. There is also a hanc
set of castors, and a lamp which will ni
"smell nor explode." A huge steeple
for whioh there might well be a si
chase, divides the honors with a
story house replete with all the uBual ;
ture and fixings, not omitting the irrep
ble baby. There is also an ingenious me
ical toy representing a fond young m
nursing her child, a very beautiful am
quant spectacle. Crowning all, and 01
the gems of the table, is a picture of the
donna, embroidered by a young Charil
lady. We must not omit to mention
among the articles to be raffled at this tal
a very elegant flexible gold bracelet, to wh
pleasing incident is attached. The fair o
was called upon to contribute something ti
good canse. Like others she had been ru:
but like others still retained an unbroken E
and a charity that no time or ill fortune c
dull. Having nothing else left to give, ant
poor to contribute a sum of money that sh
correspond with her own generous impu
sho unclasped from her arm this rich old
mento of the past, which may now be dest
to pass into the hands of a stranger, or,
haps, be lost forever in the merciless ern;
of the jeweller.
The next table (No. 3) is a beauty. It
perfect cascade of commodities. Bich, i
and racy are some of its articles. Paris <
tributes largely, and of curiosities which
-certainly attract any one who will take
trouble to glance over the array. In the ce:
is a very fine painted photograph of Pope I
IX There is also a large fire-screen of vron
woik. The inevitable doll likewise looms u
pretty proportions. This is very French, be
supplied with miniature gloves, parasol, ;
eye-glass and palpitators. It's a wondr
baby of its kind, and makes a man's heart
as soft as a bar of soap. We must not neg
to speak of a most elaborately embroide
opera cloak, one of the most attractive tre
ores in the hall. There is a very handsc
set ot plated ware, and more miscellanea
riohes than a ton of words could describe.
In the centre of table.No. 4 is a life-like p
trait of Bishop Lynch, a picture of Christ t
his disciples, brought from Europe by Bisl
Lynch, a handsome set of china, which it
be voted for and given to whichever of the t
orphan asylums receives the largest numbei
ballots. The peculiarity connected with I
embroidery upon this table is that the wc
was done by a number of virginia ladies, w
had been aided daring the war by the Sis ti
of Mercy, and desired to give them in rete
an evidence of their gratitude. The skill w
which this labor ot love has been perform
evinces the fine taste and gentle breeding
the noble-hearted bat unfortunate donors.
On table No. 5 the array of articles is pi
tionlarly attractive. A large Donai Bib
handsomely bound, a mouchoir case, pin cns
ions, a miniature bed, a toilet set, baskets
fruit, big cakes, children's clothing, and :
sorta of millinery doings, are among the ar
oles too numerous to mention.
No. 6 looks gay and festive, and
sprinkled all over with beauty. One scare
ly knows whether to admire the love
taste of the ladies who adorned these tabli
or the multitude of pretty things with whic
it ia provided. A man could spend hundred
of dollars for the numerous wants of wife ai
child, and find a useful spot in his house ft
every article purchased. There is a gran
chenille picture; a handsome French clock; a
enormous "swan" cake; a fine picture in pat
tel; an elaborate stool cover; a "George Wasl
ington" pen wiper, representing Jorge at fa
length, with a pair of coat tails that would al
sorb at least a quart of ink; baskets and art
oles of dress; pin cashions and washstands;
tasteful work table made by Mr. Babbage, an
a conglomeration of things in general.
Tables Nos. 7 and 8. Ah, reader, here wa
the place to make happiness crawl all ove
yon, especially if you had by your side one c
the sublunary phantoms of the evening. Th
tables were decorated with flowers, well am
courteously attended, and made one wish him
self a knife and fork, with nothing bat a bottl
Of mustard to keep him company.
Before continuing the left side of the hal
we ought not to omit mention of the "tele
graph," which will be in operation to-day. TM
is bena fide lightning, brought down for tin
especial occasion by Mr. David O'Keefe, who
electrically speaking, is one of the mos
shocking men in town. For the small sum o
twenty-five cents any fond lover in the roon
can senda message to his sweetheart in th?
other corner, and prostrate himself metaphori
cally and matrimonially at her feet. It is t
Nor most be forgotten the marble bast o
"Innocence," by afam?os Roman-sculptor,
which occupies a conspicuous place on the
stage, and is a gem in conception and execu?
At table No. 9 there is a beautiful photo?
graph, handsomely framed, of the famous
American lawyer, Charles O'Conor, of New
York. This photograph, made by Brady, is, it
is understood, the only one for which Mr.
O'Conor has ever consented to Bit. It is, there?
fore, rare. It is not only a fine picture, but con?
sidered admirable aa a portrait. Its excellence,
as picture and portrait, is so wall known and
acknowledged, that it has been applied for
by several societies, which failed to ob?
tain any copies. They have all been
refused, and tho preference has been given
to Charleston of securing the original. It
will be raffled, and fortunate, indeed, will be
the party who shall succeed in winning it. The
picture is a fine oval, of the largest style of
photographs. In addition to this there are
fine large photographs- of Bishop Magill, of
Bichmond,and the Bey. Dr. Cummings, of New
York. The three pictures were presented by
Mr. Rice, of New York cityJ There is> superb
silver butter dish from New York; a sec of Bul
wer's poems; music books and babies' dresses;
embroidered robes and sweet dolls; toilet orna?
ments and an oil painting; constituting all to?
gether a most tantalizing exhibition.
No. 10 is an eye-open er. Most of the articles
are presents from friends in Baltimore, Phila?
delphia, Washington and New York. Among
them we recall the memory of an exquisitely
carved pipe, which is to be raffled, a handsome
dressing gown, and six delicately-made shirts;
a fine set of china, and a large assortment of
silverware, including vases, ewers, salvers and
goblets; a magnificent cape, stole and banodic-,
tion veil, m white and gold; a miniature bed?
stead with fittings and curtains complete;
feather chairs, scent cases, dolls, perfumes,
sweetmeats, forming a rare collection on which
the visitor may feast his imagination and starve
Table No. ll is the resting-place of a variety
of articles which it would require a dicta?
full of adjectives to describe. Among
axe handsome dressing gowns: an opera i
which has no equal; a very beautiful work t
elaborate dolls; embroidered infant he-XL
mouchoir cases; a tete-a-tete set; and an L
table cake, which contains a diamond rii
great value, to which any one is welcome
can find it. This is also the abiding plai
Jacob's Well, where ia produced for ac
compensation a pleasing fluid of beautiful
which is walled in by a circular shrine of g
furnished with atxipa of oranges, lemons
other rich fruits, and on ordinary occasioi
gracefully imbibed through a straw.
No. 12. A handsome picture of the Mado
a model in wood of St. Paul's Church; art
painting; books, cakes, fancy articles, and
all a scroll of blue ribbon emblazoned with
name of St. Paul's. These make up the e
but by no means all the attractions which
fnsely adorn this table.
No. 13. There is a winning picture of
Grand Mogul and his "Frau;" a finely embi
ered chair; several candelabra and seta of
na; a velvet rug, worsted work, lota of cai
acores of glass ornaments, and bushels off
The most striking table in the room ia
14, the last on the hat, and the first on the
as the hall ia entered. Thia is par exceUen
representative of the' Fire Department
Charleston, and Father Shadier well desei
the praise lavished for tho admirable taste
played in its unique design and arrangerai
Everywhere there peeped out amid the p
green tracery of the back ground some emb
illustrative of the noble organization of wk
our citizens are so proud. Here were
handsome silver lanterns of the Hook and L
der Companies, of the Pioneer, Phoenix 1
America Companies, all gleaming with lig
two golden eagles spreading their winga (
longing to the German Fire Compan -V; I
polished red buckets from the Hook anti L
der, and a pair of brightly burnished pi;
and nozzles belonging to the .Etnas. H
also were guidons, banners, and the name:
all the companies tastefully displayed. Ov
head was the doll fireman brought from '
varmah by thc Vigilants, and beneath v
written the legend :
"The fireman's offering to the Orphans."
There was likewise a painting representint
fireman rescuing a child from the flames, a
the "Swamp Fox" of tho Marions. The abc
articles were disposed around the scroll wo:
and upon the table was the "offering" its?
consisting of the silver trumpet, spanner, fi
man's hat and boots, which are to be voted I
by the several companies and their friem
Much rivalry ia said to exist among the orga
zationa for the possession of these articles, a
the interest taken by members has been ci
ditable and generous. The coat of each bal
ia fifty cents, and the company voting t
largest number will be the recipient oft
The table is under the charge of a comm
tee of gentlemen, and Ls directly superintend
by Mr. Charles P. Aunar, one of the Assista
THE TOUT V.MHKMfyr.P.
After passing through the gatea of the e
closure, under the arch of the gas lamps upi
which is the inscription "Orphans' Fair;" aft
traversing the corridor, ascending the broi
staircase, and reaching the main entrance
the hall, a scene last night burst up?
the view which was so imposing, 1
changing, so brilliant, and so inspiriting as
defy all adequate description. There we:
groups of beautiful girls around the varioi
tables; there were gentlemen and ladies strn
ting up and down the hall; there were scon
of invitations to take a chance at everythir
mentionable, from a toilet stand to a pris
cake; there was the radiance of tl
numerous chandeliers, and the glitter 1
the objects expoaed for sale ; thei
were the stirring strains of the band, and th
ripple of merry voices; there waa the ringin
of the raffle bell; there waa smiling, joking
jesting, and all that happiness which grows ot
of innocent enjoyment, and the cons douanes
of a good deed well done-all forming tba
wondrous combination of jest and earnest
lightness of hiart and purity of purpose
glamour, beauty and fascination, known no1
as the Catholic Charity Fair.
The following is a list of the articles won las
evening: Likeness of Pope Pins IX, won b
G. Foll?n; embroidered s hp per in gold, G
Foll?n; one pair handsome vases, L. Connell
handsome wax doll, Mons, de Bellaigue; si
pair worsted stockings for infants, each on
prize, T. A. Marshall, Cash, R.B., J. T. Lana
gan, A. Bischoff, and W. H. B.; two s m al
writing desks, each one prize, H. 8. Green am
E. H. Rodgers; handsome velvet cap, Buber
Morton; elegant ice cake, Badenhop A Co.
handsome China cup, N. Due; child's tea set
Rosalind Soubeyroux; iced fruit cake, Miss M
J. Daly; a raised croea, handsomely framed
W. B. Northrop; handsome cot, Miss Hucbet
COUBT OP EQUITY.-The extra term of thii
court, for Charleston District, which waa callee
at the kat regular term, commenced yester?
day, Chancellor Lesesno presiding.
At the requeat of the solicitors, the Chan?
cellor will take up the trial docket, as pr?par?e
under the direction ot Chancellor Carroll, ai
the last term, allowing any causes then omit?
ted to be now added.
The Chancellor announced that the call oi
this trial docket, peremptorily, will be com?
menced this day, Stn instant, at 12 o'clock, M.;
hut for the purpose of hearing any motions ol
cause. The court will be opened aa usual at ll
COUBT OF GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON
PLEAB-HON. ZEPHANIAH PLATT, PBESLDINO.
The following juries were drawn to serve for
the ensuing weok:
Jury M. 1.-George A. Trenholm, Foreman;
N. Drummond, Benjamin Singletary, J. Jef?
fords, Uriah Johnson, 0. E. Johnson, D. Rave
Mlj Jr., 8. J. L. Matthews, W. R. McIntosh,
Thomas Finley, F. D. Cocoran, Henry Lar
Jury 2io. 2. -F. H. Ingraham, Foreman; H.
Brown, F. Ansel, J. J. M. Ludeu, David Hill,
Joseph H. Oppenheim, Moses Jackson, J.
Brummer, Paul Taylor, Conrad Ring, Daniel
Mcsweeney, A. C. Breland.
Supernumeraries.-L. Jervey.Pbillip Thorne,
James Vidal, John Chorion, Washington
Smith, T. Hamlin, C. Fogartie, John Binns, S.
The case of the State va. Isaac Mitchell
(colored), for bigamy, was taken up; Messrs.
R. W. Seymour and B. S. Duryea appearing for
the defence. As the trial was not commenced
before one o'clock, only the testimony waa
heard, when the court adjourned. The argu?
ments will be delivered to-day. From the evi?
dence given ou the stand it appeals that Isaac
Mitchell, the defendant, had lived with Betsy
Campbell for twenty years and bad thirteen
children by her. The war caused a separation,
as both belonged to different owners. Isaac,
however, consoled himself with Lavinia Mitch?
ell, who persuaded him after the emancipation
to be lawfully married, and the rite was per?
formed on the 13th of August, 1866. Having
returned to the city, Isaac met his first love,
and his affection returning, he left Lavinia and
was legally married to Belay on the 21at of
November, 1866. He now became the bone of
contention, being married muchly, and Lavinia
oarried her griefs to the bosom of the Freed?
men's Bureau, which institution decided that
tbe faithless Isaac must be tried for bigamy.
Thia is one of those curious cases that have
arisen since the war, in which the parties have
apparently offended the laws innocently. Aa
the lawyers engaged for the defence are both
able jurista, their arguments will no doubt te
listened to with interest.
THE 'TAXSTETTOES/-At a regular monthlyj
meeting of Palmetto Steam Fire Engine Com?
pany, held at their hall on the evening of the
1th inst., the following officers were elected to
serve for tbe ensuing year :
H. FERGUSON, President.
JOS. REDDOCK, vice-President.
THOS. MILLER, Engineer.
W. SMITH. First Director.
TH03. MCINTYRE, Second Director.
J. GORDON, Third Director.
J. SLATTERY, Fourth Director.
A. DD"NCA>. Secretary.
W. T. ROGER, Treasurer.
THOS. CORCORAN, First Axeman.
P. F. MAY, Second Axeman.
E. COLEMAN, Third Axeman.
JAS. REEVES, Fourth Axeman.
JOHN MAY, HaUkeeper.
E. A. ROYE, I cfamlWi0
GEO. FTN1TEGAN, J stewards.
EAGLE FLEE ENGINE COMPANY.-At the fif?
tieth anniversary meering of this company, held
on Friday evening last, 1st in ii., the following
officers were elected to serve for the ensuing
W. H. MCINTOSH. President.
C. F. BEAUFORT, Vice-Pr?sident
E. H. WELCH, First Director.
G. S HOKES, Second Director.
W. D. GRADDICK. Third Director.
J. WYLD, Fourth Director.
A. M. COHEN. Secretary.
0. E. JOHNSON, Treasurer.
J. S. BUNCH, Hallkeeper.
J. A STEW AST, 1 .y?mon
H. E. TURNER. J Axemen.
A L. HAMMOND, M. D., Surgeon.
R. & DURYEA, Solicitor.
Trustees to Firemen's Charitable Association-W.
E. McIntosh, C. F. Beaufort, B. M. Strobe!.
Committee on Letters-C. F. Beaufort, E H. Welch,
Committee on Uniform-C. F. Beaufort, 0. E.
Johnson. C. H. Burn, Sr.
Committee on Finance-C. F. Beaufort, C. H.
Burn, Sr., Dr. A L. Hammond.
HOTEL ARRIVALS- Charleston Hotel.-W. H
Evans, South Carolina Railroad; M. B. Cutting,
New York; Samuel A Ec bois, Atlanta, Ga.; E.
H. Shaw, San Francisco; J. C. Bateman and
Misa Kittie Squire, Austin; J. C. Guyton,
Aiken, S. C.; J. W. Gorman, Baltimore; Wm.
Cooper and Mrs. 0. Staggers, Williamsburg;
fi, S. Foster, Mrs. M. A. Foster, and M?SB C. V.
Foster, New York; Bobert McKay and J. W.
Bronson, Greenville, S. C.; Abel Hawk, Mont?
gomery, Ala.; William N. Lok en and Martin
Collins and wife", St. Louis, Missouri; J. D.
Dunlap and wife, Camden, S. C.; H. H. Webb,
Georgetown; G. W. Aiken, Raleigh; S. G. Ga?
nor, Richland District; Major W. S. Worth,
Captain Snyder, G. H. Aiken, and C. W. Bailey,
United States Army.
Pavilion Hotel-W.B. Worsham, St. John's;
A. D. Richardson, Sumter; J. W. Branson,
Greenville, S. C.; Charles Antoine, Columbia.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COTJBT-HON. GEO.
S. BBXAN, PBESTDIKO-MONDAY, May A-The
following appointments of assignees were made
by R. B. Carpenter, Esq., Registrar, and con?
Samuel T. Atkinson, for Seaman Deas, bank?
Peter B. Monz?n, for John D. Harper, bank?
Benj. W. Lawton, for Bobert Martin, bank
John J. Byan, for W. W. Leman, bankrupt.
John J. Byan, for Geo. W. Owens, bankrupt.
The following petitions for voluntary bank?
ruptcy were presented by W. L. DePass, Esq.
James Baskin, Wm. A. Biggart, Daniel Bun?
gon, Peter B. Hammond, Wm. T. Johnson,Wm.
J. Stogner, Terrence A. Yaugn, all of Lancas?
ter; and Jas. B. DeLoache, of Fairfield. The
petitions were read and referred to W. J. Claw-1
Inre Isaac Klein, a bankrupt. Registrar
Carpenter reported on the costs, allowing $100
to each of the attorneys, making 1300. On
motion of Messrs. Brewster A Spratt, the re?
port was confirmed.
The petition Henry S. and Hugh L. Farley,
of Colleton, for voluntary bankruptcy, was
presented by Wm. Tennent, Esq., and, on his
motion, the case was referred to B. B. Carpen?
ter, Esq., registrar.
In re Wm. H. Kennedy, a bankrupt. Peti?
tion of assignees for sale. Messrs. Gallnchet
A Carpenter pro pet. On their motion, it was
ordered that the assignoe, D. J. Auld, do sell
tbe remainder of stock in question at public or
It was ordered that twelve tales grand jurors
and twenty-four petit and pleas jurors be
drawn to attend on the 15th of June, at 12 M.
In the Circuit Court.-The United States vs.
Lucas Simons, assignee of Isaac Klein. On
motion of John Philhga, Esq., attorney for the
creditors, it was ordered that the sheriff of |
Charleston District pay over to the judgment
creditors the goods and merchandise of the
bankrupt, the previous order being rescinded.
In the case of T. J. Moise A Co. vs. W. L.
Dennis, J. M. Dennis and A. J. Moses, on mo?
tion of Messrs. Simonton A Barker, it was or?
dered that the plaintiffs have leave to examine
witnesses before the Commissioner of the
Court at Sumter Courthouse.
John Chadwick vs. E. H. Strobhart. Bill of ]
foreclosure. Messrs. Duryea A Cohen for
complainants, Messrs. Hayna A Son for defen?
dants. Judgment was given foi complainants.
The United States vs. D. H. Hamilton. Suit
on bond was opened. Messrs. Campbell A Sea?
brook and Butledge A Young for the defen?
dant. This case was similar to that tried a
few days since against the Hon. Alfred Huger.
Mr. Hamilton was the United Marshal of this
State bet?re the war, and the suit is brought
to recover funds in his possession at the com?
mencement of hostilities.
If yon want cheap Blank Books;
If you wont cheap Stationery, Envelopes,
Paper, Ac; or, MILLER'S Almanac;
lt you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Ac?
count Books made to order, with any desired
pattern of ruling, go to Hm AM HAWS, Agent,
No. 59 Broad-street.
ICE CsatAX.-There are few persons who
have not rejoiced at the sound of Larcomb's
ice cream bell- that unfailing harbinger of |
good things to come. Larconib bas reopened
his former stand at No. 85 Calhoun-streel,
where he is prepared to furnish his customers
with the best quality of delicious and refresh?
ing ice cream.
CLAESSEN'S FLOES MILL.-Mr. F. W. Claus
8en, of our city, uoted for his enterprise as a
grain merchant, bas lately opened the large
and commodious building at the corner of |
State aDd Cumberland streets as a flour mill.
We are gratified to notice thc tendency to im?
prove Charleston as a grain market, as ber
prosperity will never be firmly established un?
til she secures the trade of a valuable and ex?
tensive country to the westward, which should
be tributary to her and which has an extensive
capacity for the production of the cereals.
The coming crop of wheat in this region prom?
ises to be abundant, and we hope that the en?
ergy of this gentlemen will be amply rewarded
durang the season now at hand. See the ad?
OFFICE OF BOARD OF HEALTH, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., May i, 1868. J
ON AND AFTER TO-DAY, CHLORIDE OF LIME
and Copperas, for disinfecting purposes, will
be furnished, fret of charge, by Messrs. G. W.
AIMAR, corner or King and Vanderliorst streets,
and RAOUL k LYNAH, corner of King and Market
streets, in such quantities as they have been directed
to furnish, as City Apothecaries, to applicants for the
The citizens are earnestly requested to co-operate
with the Board ot Health by making a timely and
judicious use of the articles thus furnished.
GEOBGE S. PELZER, M. D.,
May i 10 City Begistiar.
Seasonable Dry Goods, Clothing, and Mar?
shall's Flax Thread on account of Importers.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, 6th inst, at 10 o'clock, will be
sold at oar Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Meeting
SHEPPEBD'S PLAID CASS1MEKES, Kentucky
Jeans, Cottonades, Bleached and Brown Shirting,
Denims, Blue Denims, Spring Print?. Colored
Lawns. Irish Linens, Palmetto and Linen Pants,
Ladies' and Gents' White and Colored Gloves,
Ladlee' Morocco Pocket Books, Suspenders, Buck?
skin Purses, Black and Colored Skirt Braid, Trim
mln? Ribbon, Silk Parasols,
An invoice ASSORTED CLOTHING.
ALSO, ON ACCOUNT 07 EXPOBTEBS,
294 pounds Marshall's Genuine FLAX THREAD.
Conditions cash. May 6
Choice Canary Birds.
BY JOHN G. MINOR & CO.
TO-MORROW, 6th in?t, at ll o'clock, will be sold,
at our auction salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street,
About 50 choice CANARY BIRDS, all superior
singers, and warranted healthy.
A few pair Java Sparrows.
Conditions-Cash on delivery. Mar 6
Mams, Strips, Shoulders, Flour, ?rc.
JEFFORDS & CO.
WUl eel! THIS DAY, in front oi their Stores, at half ]
past 9 o'clock,
400 CHOICE SUGAR-CURED HAMS
2000 pounds Choice Strips
600 Choice Shoulders
30 bbls. Flour
25 bbls. Extra "C" 8ugar
25 bbls. Light Brown Sugar
40 bbls. Molasses
25 boxes Tobacco
100 boxes Soap and Candles. May 5
New Butter, Shoulders, Crockery, ??c.
BY T. M. CATEB.
Will be sold, on Brown's Wharf, at three-quarters
past 9 o'clock,
12 TUBS NEW BUTTER
9 China Toilet Sets, latest French styles
10 open crates Graniteware: Chambers, Sugars,
Ewers and Basins, Jugs, Milks, Ac
A Very Comfortable and Commodious Resi?
dence in the Northwestern part of. the city.
BY I. S. E. BENNETT.
THIS DAY, the 6th Msy, near the Exchange, at j
corner of East Bay and Broad streets, at ll o'clock,
I will sell,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the three story con?
crete Building thereon, located on Spring-street,
north side, west of President-street, and known as
No. -. The House contains six large finely finish?
ed upright rooms, two large dressing rooms, a large
pantry, private stairway up to the third story, double
piazza, slate roof, gas, and a large cistern. The first
two stories ore very durable, being built of concrete;
the third 1- of plaster, which is the only portion of I
house requiring special repairs. The kitchen has lour
rooms. There are also ample accommodations for
horses and a vehicle. The lot, high and dry, meas?
ures forty (40) feet front on Spring-street, the same
on back Une, which opens on A- Eton-street, by two
hundred and fifty (250) feet deep, be the same more
or less. Persons buying, are invited to examine the
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for aU neces?
sary papers and stamps.
N. fi.-Tnis property can be treated for at private
sale until Saturday, 2d May.
May 5 mthmtu
Estate Sale, by order of the Executor.
BY I. S. K. BENNETT.
THIS DAY, the 5th May, near the Old Postofflce,
corner of Broad and East Bay streets, at ll o'clock,
I will offer at auction,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with BRICK BUTLDINOS
thereon, located on (he east side of King-street, be?
tween Broad and Tra dd streets, and known as No. 68.
The House contains six --night rooms, with attics,
small room, piazza, pan .nd private stairway. The
outbuildings oro ample, including a large brick oven.
The front store is now being used as a bakery. The
Lot measures thirty (30) feet front by two hundred
and forty-one (241) feet deep, be the same more or
Conditions-Half cash; balance by bond and mort?
gage of the property, with interest semi-annually,
payable In one and two years; buildings to be kept
Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay me
for all necessary papers and stamps.
A Souse and Lot in Henrietta-street.
BY I. S. K. BENNETT.
THIS DAY, the 6th May, near the Exchange, at j
the cerner of East Bay and Broad streets, at ll
o'clock, I will offer at Auction,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with buildings thereon,
located on the north Bide cf Henrietta-street, the
third removed from Meeting-street, and known by
the No. -, measuring twi nty-seven (27) feet front,
by one hundred and twelve (112) feet deep, be the
same more or less. The House contains five com?
fortable rooms, with three fireplaces. Tbs Kitchen
has two rooms of good size.
Conditions-One-half cash; balance by bond and
mortgage of the property, with interest semi-annual?
ly, payable In one year; buildings to be kept insured
and po'ley assigned. Purchaser to pay me for aU j
necessary papers and stamps.
VADER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Ryan vs. Davis.
WUl be sold, under the direction of the undersigned,
at the Old Customhouse, THIS DAY, the 5th of I
May, 1868, at ll A. M.,
LOT OF LAND, situate in the town of Wslterboro',
in the District of CoUeton, and known as Lot No. 73
on the plat of said town, and having aucn quantity,
buttings and boundlugs as are represented on said
Terms-On>'.third cash ; the balance in three equal
race esr ive annual in s talmente, secured by bond of
the purchaser and mortgage of the premises, with
Interest from day of sale, payable annually; build?
ings to be insured and policies assigned. Purchaser |
to pay for papers and stamps and taxes._
May 5_tu4_Master tn Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Oxlade vs. Welch et al.
On THURSDAY, the 14th May next at ll o'clock, wiU
be sold near the Customhouse.
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings the re
on, situate on the south side of Broad-street in thu
vicinity of St Michael's Church, measuring In front
on said street 34 feet 9 inches, and in depth 139 feet
be the same more or less; bounding north on Broad
street, west on lot formerly of John Lee. now of Dr.
H. Frost, cast on land now or late of E. Downie, and
south on land now or late of J. L. Petigru, Esq.
Terms-> ne-four th cash; balaam in one, two,
three and four years, bearing interest from day of |
sale, payablo send-annually, with mortgage of the
property; the purchaser to insure the buildings, and
keep the same insured, and assign the poUcy of in?
surance, anilin default thereof, anyholdur of the
bond may insure and collect the Insurance under
the mortgage. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. J. W. GRAY,
May 5 tu2thl Master In Equity.
30,000 FRANCS ! !
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
FAIR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
WINNER OF THE WAGER
30,000 FRANCS ! !
(S?,000 IN GOLD).
At thc recent International Contest In the Paris Ex?
The public are invited to call and examine the re?
port of the Jury on the merits of the great contest.
Hud see the official award to the Herring's Patent
over aU others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broodwav, corner Murray-st, New York.
FARREL, HERRING & CO., ? HERRING A- CO..
Philadelr" ia. | Chicago.
HERRING. FARREL ? SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock on hand by
JOSEPH WALKER, Agent,
Nos. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mtjrch 3 Soo
Sida, Shoulder?, Butter and Rerringt, $c.
G. W. STEFFENS & CO.
W?1 sell THIS DAT, in front of their 8?re, Ko. 30
Vendue Bange, at half-past 9 o'clock,
4,000 LBS. SIDES
10,000 Iba. Shoulders
10 tubs Butter
200 boxes Herrings
50 boxes Cheese
10 chests Tea
40 boxes Candles
- 6 baga Durham Tobacco, kc. Hay 6
Mame, Biscuit.', Soap, Nails and Sundries.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAT, 5th inst, will be sold in our store, No.
137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
10 bbls. Biscuits
15 boxes Soap
1 case Codfish
20 kegs Nails
200 reama Paper
6 kegs Soused Pigs' Feet
6 ban bbls. Currants.
THE BALANCE OF THE STOCK OF A OBOCEBY
_ CONSISTING or:
COFFEE, TEA, 80DA, STARCH, TACKS
Vermicelli, Green Corn, Smoking and Chewing Ta?
Paper ano Hemp Twine, Cheese, Matches
Straw Brooms, Shoe and Scrubbing Brushes, Wash?
boards, Ac., &C
Conditions cash. May 5
Dry Goods, Clothing, efe.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock. I will sell at my
Store, corner of Sing and Liberty streets,
A general assortment of DEY GOODS, Hosiery,
White Goods, Furnishing Goods, Ao.
200 DOZ. SUPERIOR WHITE STAY BENDING
200 doz. Spool Cotton, a superior article
iJO Genta' Caasimere White and Brown T.tnwi
300 palra Genta' Caasimere White and Brown
60 doz. Men's, Boys' and Children's Hats
Bureaus, Hat-Back, Window Shades, Ac.
Positive Sale of two Stocks of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Eats, Skirts,
Notions, by Order of Agent of Creditors.
Pro Sala Division.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
Win sen THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at Store No. 233
DRESS GOODS, Long cloths, Muslins, Prints,
linens, Hosiery, Hoop Skirts, Embroidered Hand?
kerchiefs, Head-handkerchiefs, Needles, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, Pant Stuffs, Table Linen, Towels,
Buttons. -Trimmings, Silk. Spool Cotton, Gloves.
Ties, ?birts, Capa, Cutlery, Jewelry, (-hoe Thread,
and fh? assortment of gooda usually kept in retail
Conditions cash. May 5
Bankrupt Stock, by order Louis McLain,
Esq., Assignee-Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Toilet Soaps, Tinware, Crockery, .
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
WOI seit TO-MORP OW, 6th inst, at 10 o'clock, at
atore No. 229 King-street, by order of Assignee,
BAGS FLOUR, BARRELS RICE, Tobacco, Buck
eta, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Twine, Paper,
Drugs, Toilet Soaps, Pomade, San, Hams, Chains,
Hardware, Dry Goods, Ac.
Conditions cash. All articles to he paid for and
removed day of sale. _May 8
Desirable King-strett Store, known as No. 487.
W. Y. LEITCH & E. S. BRUNS,.
Will be sold THIS DAY, 5th instant, at the Old
Postoffice, at ll o'clock.
That desirable TWO STORY WOODEN HOUSE
AND STORE, known a? No. 487 King-street Said
store is well finished, and coi taina* gas Alturas and
shelving. Lot measures twenty-five feet in front,
by one hundred and sixty-two feet In depth, mon or.
Terras-One-half cash; balnico in one year, se?
cured by bond and mortgage, with Interest Proper?
ty to be insured and po-cy assigned. Purchaser to
pay us for papers and stamps. May 5
Tenement Stores, King-street, known at Nos,
25 and 25},
W. Y. LE: CH & K. S. BRUNS,
Will be old THIS DAY, 5th instant at the Old
Postoffice. at ll o'clock.
THAT DESIR AB "IE TWO-STORY WOODEN
BOUSE, containing two Stores, known as Noe. 25
and 25 % King-strf at Lot m eas urei 36 feet front by
136 feet in depth, more or less.
Terms-$500 payable in eight months; $500 paya?
ble In twenty months, with Interest; balance in cash;
property to be insured and policy assigned. Par
chaser to pay us for papera and stamps.
Vacant Lot in Chestnut-street, a few doors
north of Spring-street, east side.
W. Y. LEITCH & SHS, BRUNS,
Will be sold on THURSDAY. 7th instant at ll
o'clock, at the Old Postoffice,
Tb?t desirable LOT, situated on the east side of
Chettnut-street a few doors, north of Spring-atrceL
Lot measures 35 fret in front, by 100 feet In depth,,
more or leas.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
stamps. tuth2 May ff
Dry Goods, Felt and Straw Hats, Notions, ?cc
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
Will sell, TO MOBBOW, (WEDNESDAY), at No. 13?
Particulars morning of sale.
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 Postoffice, 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 la also an entrance
on Zig Zag alley. Lot measures 140 feet 3 inches
front line, 144 feet 4 inches back line, 94 teet 6 inch?
es west line, and 38 feet 7 inches on the east line.
Conditions-Five thousand dollars with interest at
one and two-thirds per cent per month, from 22d
November, 1867, to day of sale, and the expenses of tba
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 ny mortgage of the property; the
buildings to be insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
April 21 21,23,2S.30,may 5,7,9,11,12
?tartioncers' jprioate Suies.
Real Estate Brokera and Auctioneers.
At Private Sale
One of the most desirable RESIDENCES in the
western part of the city, situated at northwest cor?
ner of Lynch and Beaufain streets. Residence con?
tains four square and two attic rooms, with pantry,
gas, and every modem convenience. Upon the prem?
ises are a kitchen, brick stable and cistern, and all
necessary outbuildings. The garden is elegantly
laid out, and planted with the choicest roses and
exotics; walks laid out in cornent with arbors and
hedges of perpetual green. Lot is large, having a
front upon Beaufain-street of 62 6-12 fee', by 175 in
depth. The premises can be inspected and price
made known, upon application as above, at
April 25 No. 25 BROAD-STREET.
MMES, FARMERS AND OTHERS
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEAKS,
BUTTES, CHEESE, EGGS,
FLOUR AND MEAL, FLAX,
COTTON*, FURS AND SKINS,
DRIED AND GREEN FRUITS,
GRAIN, WOOL, GAME, POULTRY,
NAVAL STORES, HOP8,
OILS, LARD, TALLOW,
SORGHUM, MOLASSES, ?O, &0.
GENERAL COMMISSION ME RC HAKT,
No. 442, 444 and 446 WASHINGTON-STREET,
New York City,
And receive his weekly PRICE CURRENT of Pro?
duce and Groceries, the most complete Pnce Cur?
rent published in the United States.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates and Carda Furnished Free.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MAM OH CONSIGNMENTS.
Established May 1st li?.
FTBST CLASS REFERENCES GIVEN \7HER
March 4 c lyx