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* THE DAILY NEWS.
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NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
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.CULATICN IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
'PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN
:1NG IN THE POSTOFFTCE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVT3
rlONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
A UCTION SALES THIS DA T.
N. HT/NT & sos will Bell at 10 o'clock, at their
salesroom, No. lia Meotlng-street, shoes, shop
CAMPBELL, KNOX AT Ca -trill sell at 10 o'clock, at
their auction house, No. 35 Hasel-street, boots,
shoes, dry goods, ?te
MCKAY k CAMPBKT.T. will sell at 10 o'clock, at their
salearon. No. 136 Meeting-street, dry goods, hats,
. shoes, fcc.
Ai.nr.ar Pars CE will Bell at half-past nine o'clock,
at store No. 31 Spring-street, a stock of shoes, dry
Z. B. ? AXES wm sell at ll o'clock, at the old post
- offl:e, tared city engine houses.
K. M. MinsHtT.T, & BBO. will sell at quarter-past
10 o'clock, at their office, Ko, 33 Broad-street, mules,
horses, furniture, tc.
LEITCH k BRUNS will seU at 11 o'clock at the old
pos to th JO, under direction of the Master in Equity,
rail, cod bonds, stocks, &c Also, state stock.
POSTOFFICE NOTICE.--Under the railroad
schedule taking effect this day, the Northern mails
will dose at this office at 4 P. M. and 9 P. M. daily,
- except on Sundays, when only the s P. M. mail will
' be put up. These mails will arrive ct 9 A. M. and
-8:3} P. M., and the latter will be deliverable at'8 A.
M., and the former at 10% A. M. The office hour on
? Sue days win continue to be from 13:30 to 1:30 P. M
STANLEY G. TROTT, P. M.
THE DAILY NEWS EXTBI, issued at two o'clock
. yesterday afternoon, supplied the pnblio craving for
news from the Hight Court of Impeachment, and
raised toe spirits or those in cm- community who
rest their hopes upon the acquittal of the President.
THE RAIN of yesterday proved very servicea?
ble in lajing the dust sod cleansing the streets,
though it had but little effect on the atmosphere,
which continued sultry until tho cool shades of |
.^evening. ...... *
Po3TPo-O-ffi-jrr.'-Tho sales of real estate and
. securities which were advertised to take place yes- i
- terday, were postponed to Thursday, on account of
thc inclemenoy of the weather, which kept both the |
i auctioneers and bidders within doors.
HABE? ALAOARTBT, the renowned Southern
. comedian, opens to-night at the Hibernian. Hall, in. 1
his in imitable personation concerts. The reputation [
which he baa established throughout the South is j
such as to render any commendation st our hands
. superfluon?. ' _
BETHEL CHTJE?TH.-Thia church will be closed
- during tho next three or four weeks, for the purpose
. of perfecting some needed -repairs. Tho ebngretra- j
ttos are cordially invited, in tho toterim, to worship j
-at the Citadel Square Church. The Sunday School |
services will be performed at the Orphan's OhapeL
. m Fanderhorst-street
/SHE MAY FESTTVAL of the Germ an Lather an
'.Church Suuday SCDOOL which waa to have taken
/place to-day at tl? Schuf zerplatz, baa been post
- poned to Friday-on. sorront of the moist condition
-ofthe grounds., rho heavy rain of yesterday com?
pletely inundated the Plats, and it waa deemed un?
wise to have the c?l?bration while it waa in that
- *? watery condition. ,
THE PROTESTANT BPIBOOPAL CONVENTION of |
?theDiocese af South Carolina, meets in this city to.'
- day. ?od will hold its 78th annual session at St Phil
- ip'* Church. The morning service will corcmenco
?': at 10 A. M. Tho Protestent Episcopal Society for the
** advancement cf christianity in South Carolina holds ?
its tmni ver-ary meeting at Grace Church to-morrow,
and the anniversary sermon will be preached this
- evening at. the same church,' to which all Interested
- are Invited to attend.
". THE MxLiTAsr COMMISSION appointed to try
?he murderers of Mr. Bradford, was organized yes
- terday at the CitaaeL and consists of the following
officers: Brevet Brigadier-General E. W. TTWV^
Presi dent ; Colonel H. B. Judd, Major W. S. Worth,
Major J. C. G. Happersett, Captain James Davidson;
.Brevet Captain S.L? Hoag. Judge Advocate. The
. Court was opened and ; the trial commenced, the
prisoners hiving engaged J. J. Wright colored, of |
Beaufort, late member of Oas convention, to act as
' s their counseL- The facts of the murder have already
' Vbeen ptibliahecL
MABOON - OT THE MABZOH FTEE EKOXNX COM
PAST.- Notwithstanding the efforts cf Plavins to
dampen the ard<ir of the firemen and their lady
friends, the.' were on the boat and en roufe 'for the
promised Jond at ar early hour yesterday morning.
. Arriving at Mount Pleasant the party soon round a
c shelter la Tienken's Hall, where the merry sound of
. mus'c caused the votarle > of Terpskl ore to forget
their troubles ba tbs pleasure* of the mazy dance.
The time wat spent Lu enjoyment and though the
heavy rain was a disagreeable accompaniment lt was
not allowed to interfere with the programme of the
- day. A bountiful dinuei was discussed, and at 6 P.
M. tho party re-embarked to the city, fall y Battened
With their Visit to the so-called "Hungry Neck."
THE LIQUOR CASE IR COU ET.-E ~ge F. Strack?
en, convicted of selling liquor without a Uce?se, was
u sentenced by Judge Platt on Monday to pay a fine of
- six hundred dollars, or spend six hundred days in
jail. This appeared extremely severe, when oom
pared with the sentences formerly passed on such
offences, audit wai known to but few persons that
the law regulating the fine bad been changed. At the
last session of the L?gislature tba City Council were
authorized to regulate the price of liquor licenses,
i bat the statute distinctly stated that in case of any
violation the fine would be triple the amount of the
license, or one day's confinement for each dollar
The City Connon raised the price of a Ucease from
fifty dollars to two hundred dollars, and as Str?cken
was the fir? t person who has been found guilty under
the last 1 "gislatlve enactment, the Une imposed was
? simply in accordance with its pro v i s ' ons. The legal
necessity of the sentence cannot be questioned, but
it is doubtful if the Legislature contemplated that
the action of Conned would cause the penalty to he
so far in excess of that imposed under former laws.
MARION FIEE ENGINE COMPANY.-At the
twenty-ninth anniversary meeting of this Company,
j held on Monday evening, the 11th instant the f ol
.. lowing o Hoers were elected to serve for the ?raming
*R? C. BABXXEY, President
THOMAS & SIOWALD. Vice-president.
GEOHGE MCNEILL, First Director.
y J. W. JACKSON, >econd Director.
" J. P. CAH ILL, Third Direotor.
G. F. BUCHHEU, Fourth Director.
GEORGE A. Cai/nira, Secretary.
Wit G'MAB A, Treasurer.
'Wac H. SIOWAXJ), Chief Engineer.
H. L. CALDER, Assistant Engineer.
B. W. METNAHDIE, First Aram in. ?
. E. J. DOAB, Second Axeman.
H. N. JACKSON, Third Axeman.
P. O'MAHA, Fourth Axeman.
Wac H. ASKS, Hallkeeper.
T. R. ALDRICH. Surgeon.
Hon. W. D. POETES, SolidtoT.
Rev. J. L. GrBAHDiAC, Chaplain.
. rice J. H. Sternmoyer. resigne i.
THE BONE PHOSPHATES.-The Baltimore Ga?
zette, of Monday, contains. the following :, "The fact
- -ot the discovery of a terse deposit of bone phosphate
-on Ashley Biver, Sooth Carolina, was noticed some
time ago, and it was said to be of a very superior
quality. 1 he steamer Falcon, which arrived at t is
port on Saturday, brought a consignment of sixty
tons to Robert Turner & Son and Charles J. Baker.
It is said to contain from fifty-nine to eighty pur cent,
of pure hons phosphate. Many of tba piecss appear
to have been the bones of immense animals, and the
f ormation of some ot them are still very distinct
Among them is the tooth of a shark In a good state
of preservation. .The deposit is said to range in
depth from eight inches to five feet, and to cover
several thousand acres. A Urge tract of tho land has
been purchased by the parties to whom the Falcon
brought the first consignmdnt aad it promises to be
. aa important branch of trade to Baltimore, because
of the ease with which it can be obtained, uni its su?
perior quality as a fertiliser."
Conservative Meus Meetings.
Ia accordance with resolutions adopted by mass
meetings of the Conservative voters of the Uppcjtand
Lowes- Warda, already published in -TETE NEWS,
meetings were held last night in each ward in the
city for the purpose of. nominating .Aldermen from
the several wards, and for the purpose of nominat?
ing delegates who should nominate a proper person
as Mayor. The meetings generally were not crowd?
ed, but the proceedings wera quiet and harmon ous.
WASD 1-The moating was held at the South Caro?
lina Hall, about one hundred and fifty voters being
present Mr. W. L. Doggett was called to the chan-,
and Mr. Joseph Samson appointed secretary. On
motion, a ballot was had for fire delegates, to meet
similar delegan s from the other warde, for the pur?
pose of nomma ting a candidate tor Mayor. Tho dele?
gates chosen were as follows: Messrs. W. L. Doggett,
Benjamin Mclunis, W. S. Adams, A. Habenicht and
J. F. Farrell. After the discussion of a proposition
to ballot for a candidate for Alderman, the meeting
adjourned, without a:tion, subject to the call of the
WASD 2.-The meeting was held at the Hibernian
HaB, about ninety voters being present. Mr. W. A.
Wardlaw was called to the chair and Mr. John P.
Matheson appointed secretary.
The foll, wing gentlemen were appointed acorn
mittee to nominate a candidate tor Mayor: James
B. Pringle, James M. Mulvaney. L W. Hoyne, Joseph
Hilton and C. Richardson Miles.
A spiri lcd ' discussion sprang up on a resolution
proposing to commit the nomination of two Alder?
men for the ward to the delegation jus: chosen. Fi?
nally the resolution was laid on the table, and with?
out further action the meeting adjourned.
WASS 3.-Tte meeting was held at the Palmetto
Engine House, about one hundred and cf ty voters
being present. Mr. J. H. In graham was called to
the chair, and Mr. E. J. Dawson appointed secre?
The following gentlemen were then elected the
Ward Committee to nominate a Mayor : H. Fergu?
son, James Cosgrove, William E. Holmes, John
Campeen and Theodore Cordes.
The nomination of Aldermen was postponed, the
meeting adjourning subject to the call of the chair"
WASD 4_The meeting was held at the Masonic
Hall, about one hundred and thirty voters being
present Mr. D. Lopez wai called to the chair, and
Mr. J. A. Enslow appointed secretary.
On motion of Mr. C. C. Nell, a ballot was tacen for
five delegates to represent theVard in the nomina*
t?os of n Mayor. A committee,- consisting of B. D.
White, P. Moran and J. C. La Cos tc, was appointed
to manage the election, and the following delegates
were elected : J.E. O'Neill, P. Moran, K. M. Porter,
John a. Wagoner and John Ferguson.
A resolution was then adopted that the nomination
ot Aldermen for Ward 4 be postponed, subject to tbs
action of an adjourned meeting, to be called by the
Mr. F. Richards offered the following, which was
: Resolved, That it is the opinion of thia meeting
that i: should bc loft to the general committee of all
the warda to use their best juugment and discretion
as to the time when a ncrcnation for Mayor shall be
The meeting then adjourned.
WABD 5.-The meeting was held at the Eagle En?
gine House, about one hun red and . fifty voters
being present E. ol. Whiting. Esq.. was called to
the chair, and. Mr. Julias A. May appointed secre?
tary. A ballot was* taken, and the following gentle?
men were elected os the committee of the ward to
nominate a Mayor : P. Brady. E. C. Barkley, William
Moran. J. F. Taylor, C. O'Mara. The following
committee was appointed by tho chair to nominate
Aldermen: W. P. Bussell, O. Tiedeman, T. J.
Knanff, S. T. Tupper, and W. Burn.
An adjourned meering will be held to-night at
eight o'clock, when the report of the committee to
nominale aldermen will be presented and con?
WASD 6.-The meeting was held in the Washington
Engine Ht use. Captain J. M. Carson was called to
the chair, and Mr. P.. B. Baker appointed secretary.
About eighty-five persons were present.
Dr. Aldrich offered a resolution to adopt and ratify
the minuter ot thc meeting held m the ward on th <;
5th instant, when a nominating committee was ap?
pointed, and arrangements made for perfecting or?
Mr. Martin moved to strike out that portion of the
resolution which proposed to confirm the appoint?
aient of th- nominating committee. The amend?
ment was lost, and tho original motion carried.
The committee appointed at the meeting held on
the S th instant, to nominate aldermen for this ward,
mode their report recommending that aldermen be
?elected from the following names: Professor F. S.
Holmes, Henry Oetjen, J. H. Kalb, H..B. Olney, W,
M. hage and E. W. Marshall. The name of C?ptalo
Carson was proposed, but the gentleman declined to
serve. A ballot was then taken, and the following
gentlemen wore declared to be nominated for alder?
men: Messrs. H. B. Olney and Henry Oetjen.
Mr. Baker offered a resolution that this meeting
organize ltselt toto a permanent body, to be called
the Conservative Club of Ward No. 6, and that a
committee be appointed to draft rules and nomi?
nate officers. The resolution was unanimously
adopted and the following com-nit tee appointed :
Dr. Aldrich, Mr. H. B. Baker, and Mr. Martin.
The meeting then adjourned.
The proceedings of the meeting of the 5th having
been approved, the following are the nominating
committee for Ward No. 6 : Dr. T. B. Aldrich, F. C.
Michell, W. J. Patterson, H. Kia tte, J. K. Taylor.
WARD 7.-Tho meeting wai hold at Oppenheim'*
Hall, about twenty-five voters being present Mr. T.
D. Eason waa called to tho chair, and Mr. E. M.
Hacker appointed secretary. An election was then
gone into, and a bail?te being taken, the following
gentlemen were elected as the ward committee, for
the nomination of a Mayor: E. Hunter, Geo. H. Gru?
ber, J. N. Purse, F. H. Due and J. M. Eason.
The following was offered by- Mr. Calvert, and
unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That the delegates elooted to nominate a
candidate for Mayor be instructed by this meeting
to delay the time of nomination, if it is thought advi?
sable to do so by a maj ont - of the delegation from
the savors! wards,
A ballot was then taken, and Mr. H. A. Due was do'
dared the nominee of the ward as Alderman.
The meeting then adjourned.
HOTEL ABJJJVALS.- Charleston HoXL-31 8
Beach and daughter, Miss J Oakley, New York ; Al?
fred Gould, schooner Melvina Jan?; W H Scott Au?
gusta, Ga; Y J Pope, Newberry, S C; GB Tennent,
SC; JP Lido, Jr, Greenville, SC; Edward Hope,
Columbia; James F Green, Pendleton, 8 0; Rev A H
Cornish and J H Cornish, Aiken, S C; W J Cross
well, Jr, Southern Express Company; c L Carring?
ton, city; B G Boeseon, New York; D C Garret', Wil?
mington, N C; S and B L Chamberlain, Cleveland,
Ohio; H U Eggleston, Seymen, Ct; A G Goodwyn,
city; A J Learns, New York; Geo Pittman Smith,
New York; J B Henry, Chester, SC; CH Giles,
Union, S C; J M Jordan, D B Jordan and S W Jor
ilan, Abbeville, S C; Miss Perkin, Miss Lockwood and
F A Perkin, New York; Mrs H E By no and G A
Clark, Utica, SI;Wfl Hicks, Brooklyn,N Y; Chas
H J on ns ton, New Yorb; Fred W Clemens, Palmyra,
N Y; John F Burke and John H Burke, Augusta, Ga;
B H Walter and lady, Columbia, 8 0; W McE Dowell,
St Louis, Mo; J P Prairie, Baleigh, NC; Mrs JB
Berry and ?on, New Jersey; ALEakin, S leigh, N
0; John WeU. U S A; W H Fuller and Hogan Motes.
Cross Hill, S C; Lt B S Fletcher and Lt W S Alexan?
der, Baleigh, N C; Geo Gage, Beaufort S C; Captain
H E Hager and servant, USA; JJ Yan Horn and
BI .vant, U S A; D Molloy and Allan Murar?an, Che
raw, SC; John Horsman, New York; WP Clarke,
Washington City; Bev John W Mette and Rev P D
Hay, Society HiB; Charles C Nott and wife, Washing
Pavilion Hotel_J P Gayle, H A UImo, Florence,
S C; J H Burckbalter, Williston, S C; Dr E M Eivers,
Mrs 3 F Bradford, Walterboro", S C; M Levi, S S
Bladwell, Manning, S C; J Buchanan, Wilmington.
N C ; H G Carro thors, A Poko my, Atlanta, Geo; John
Graham, Mobile, Ala; John Nettles, J J Nettles, Wil?
liamsburg, S C ; H A Wilmot, M C Hall, South Caro?
lina; JZouchry, Texas; A Holbrook, Beaufort, S C;
P E Coburn, Summerville, S C; C Graham, Marion,
SC. ' _
REMOVAL.-- Mesara. Furcngofct & Bro. have
removed the r dry goods store from No. 433 Eing
B treat to thc southwest corner of liing and calhoun
streets. The corner store, formerly occupied by
Mr. John Stickler, has been completely refitted, and
is now furnished by Mes rs. Furchgott with a full
stock, embracing every variety of dry and taney
Republican Mass Meeting at the Club
. A mass rate tin g of the Bepnblican party was held
al the-Club House last night, for the purpose of
curing proper nominations for Mayor and Aldermen
The body of the hall was soon densely crowded with
colored Republicans. Of the few whites present,
large proportion were foreigners who had never
fore been identified with the party. The stage waa
kept clear until the callers of the meeting appeared
General Scott, D. T. Corbin, F. J. Moses, R. C. De
Large, Samuel Dickinson, C. P. Leslie, C. C. Bowen
and others, took seats on the stage. B. C. DeLarge
stated to the house that the meeting was called
the purposes mentioned above, and moved that
T, Corbin, Esq., be called to the chair. This propo
sition met with a perfect storm of noes, and yells
''Pillsbury." DeLarge then suggested that the vote
taken by rising. Only a few rose in favor of the nomi
nation, the hon -, rising en moue in opposition to the
same. DeLarge chen addressed the meeting, statin
that this was not the time for division; they should
unite and not indulge in bickerings, which would oui
bring ruin upon the rarty. Tho meeting was co
called 'or the purpose of putting down any one man
In tho party, but in the spirit of Republicanism,
unity and concert of action were desired, the meet
ing should exhibit no such spirit as was evident
to-night. [DeLa ge was here interrupted by loud
and continuous cries of "Pillsbury," which drown
the voie : of thc speaker.] DeLarge stood bis ground
bravely, and though repeatedly interrupted in
similar manner, concluded his remarks with ai
earnest appeal to those present to be careful of then
actions and not suffer themselves to be drilled into
course which would injure the party. He said that
the disrespect shown to one (Corbin), who had been
identified with the party, almost tempted him
think they were not Republicans; but he would
offer as chairman Mr. F. A. Sawyer. A sudden
whim seized the motley crowd, and they shouted
"Sawyer" until they were hoarse, but no Sawyer ap?
peared. It "was announced that Mr. Sawyer was
below, but would arrive in a few moments. The
meeting then calmed down, and from a bird's-eye
view of the crowded audience, the following tads
were apparent: First-with the exception of a.select
few on and around the ataje, the house waa packed
with the adherents of Pillsbury. Immediately in
front of the stage were tii\cl : cquers, w jo first gave
tongue, when the whole pack would take , up the
Pillsbury cry. Among this chosen oand were eeve
ral white men, recent adherents of the party, whoas
voices were heard above the din, saying, "PUlsbn
ry's me man."
Mr. Sawyer having appeared, was introduced to the
' meeting and was received with en th usiastic applause
In respose he expressed his thanks for the honer,
i he meo ting had been called to consider the good cf
the City of Charleston, and there ? ere many mern
hers of the Republican party present who bad no
doubt come for the same purpose. The city was
now overwhelmed with debt and the people groan
lng under the heavy burden of taxation, sod if there
was a time when th J affairs of the city required
wise and j udtcious counsels it was now. This power
should not be put in the hands of any one who
could not use it wisely. It was not his desire to os?
tracise any man, bnt to consult with them aa to tho a a
beat fitted for the positions of Major and Aldermen
of the City of Charleston. The Republican party
are governed by certain medea, which, indeed, ara
common to all parties, regulating nominations, scd
if these were adhered to he pledged himself to stand
by that nomination. (Cheers.) He claimed, how
ever, th *t this norn tm lion must be made by a ma?
jority and not by a fiction or clique. He concluded
by saying that he hoped the meeting, os good Re?
publicans, would receive any motions or listen to
any addresses that should be made. On motion
Thomas Holmes and A. J Banaler were appointed
secretaries and took their seats.
Mr. Sawyer said that hearing no morlona, he would
suggest that some gentleman present who eigneo the
coll for the meeting be requested to speak. (Calls
for Moses and Tom'inson, also cries of Kol No.
Mr. F. J. Moses said that ho had not intended to
speak and would not detain them. He referred to
tho disgraceful conduct of the m -etiug, whon Major
Corbin's name was proposed as chairman. The meet
iag was evidently packed with the adherents of Pills
bury, whu forgot the respect die to a distinguished
r-ombor of the party, and hj decline! addressing
them. Mr. Mose', Major Corbin and some
others then left the hall. After several
calls, which were unanswered, Jenks re.
fponded", and began his speMi. Ho denlid
that the meering was pa:ked, an 1 was glad to seo
a tull meeting. The State ticket had boen success'
fal, and to that triumph was now to bc added anoth'
er. Mr. Jenks then diso us sed slavery audits his'
tory, from Alaska to Florida, growing hot and cold as
his fancy wandered from pole top?le. Af.erclr
cumambulatlon, he touched upon the city elections,
and spoke of the Republic m parry as being the ear
of progress. He said he hod hoped to have cheered
the meeting with the tidiaga that Andrew Johnaon
was no longer President. [Loud cheers.] But he
hoped in a few days to go to Chicago to nominate a
new President, who had flanked the Wnite House
and had the support'of the party. In conclusion he
stated that, as the ex pon. nt and particular friend Of
Pilisbu' y,he would say that ho Pilsbury) seemed to
be the chosen candidate for Mayor [ cheers], and ha
was authorized to state that if Pilsbury was chosen
he was willing to serve, but left it to the meeting to
put him in the position.
The chairman introduced General Scott and Chap?
lain French, who both addressed the meeting. Ihey
were followed by J. M. Morrison.
A resolution was then adopted providing for the
election at the ward meetings, ordered to be held to?
night, of nine delegates from < ach ward, which dele?
gates shall, ls convention of the whole, nominate
Mayor and Aldermen of the city, the said nominees
to be considered tho regular nominees of the party.
The roaolution also stated that the m muer of Mr.
Pillsbury's nomination was contrai y to the rules of
the party, and had made this further action necessa?
ry. The meeting tt en adjourned.
THE COMPT.TMTllTTABY BENEFIT.- Th? Bar
bor of Seville" waa performed laat evening to a per?
fectly jammed house. Every available nook and cor
ner.of the hall was occupied, and persons were stand?
ing in the lobbies and windows. Mgnor Orlandin?
was perfect in figaro, and Signor Susini admirable
in Don Birtolo, while Count Almaviva and Rosina
fulfilled the most enthusiastic expectations. Miss
Mcculloch was particularly successful in the sing?
ing lesson scene, and her rendering of the "Caro
Nome" wai encored with great applause and show?
ers of bouquets. Altogether, this complimentary
benefit to our fair countrywoman may bc considered
a completo success.
One of the most gratifying incident) of the evening
was the floral decoration of the hall, every garland
of which was wrought by the f*ir fingers of tho-e
who had been the schoolmates and friends oi tte ac.
compliahed prima dom.a.
THE ORPHAN'S FAIU goes on as merrily and
prosperously as if to-night were not its last-posi?
tively the last-evening. Of courao everybody will
attend this evening, and there will be rare fun.
The lollowirg articles will be sold at auction to .
night, at table No. 9 :
A great variety of useful and ornamental ai tides,
am >ng which will be found : A handsome Marseilles
suit for a boy, braided in red; girl's buff cambric
dress and sacque, braided in white; abeautliul white
merino walking dress, a fine sewing Bilk, and other
dresses for children, children's fancy aprons and
panttiets, infant's SHOOS, elegant sacques for ladies,
two beautiful night dresses, ene very fine braided
under skirt, one pair of ladies' fine walking bootees,
nubias, and o:her worsted head coverings, a gentle?
man's dressing gown, etnoki ig cap, a gentb' hat,
fancy boxes, per'monnaies, laney pen wipers, toilet
mais, embroidered cashions, China ornaments, fine
backgammon boards, card receivers, two flutes, a !
violin, pieces of niano music, vases and finger bowls,
work baskets, nour glasses, photograpas, book?
stands, picture?, dolls of every description, sets of
black earrings, bags of sugarplums, fancy egg dish,
two sets of glassware, Spanish cigars, pocket com?
passes, a pair ot heavily plated - saltcellars, a set oi
taule spoons, fine, soaps, Bazin'a hair grtase, and
genuine perfumery, Ste, Atc.
The folio? ing ls the list of p:izes drawn Tuesday,
Farm yard. Pat. Hoppock; four lady's gumentn.
Mrs. T Chapeau; four lady's garments, Mrs. Bar
bot; call bell, F. O'Neill; six forks, Miss Jane Swee?
ten; Bed Bidinghood, H. V. Angel; prayer book,
Misa Louisa Bucnaeii; six silver forks. Julia A. Sul?
livan; pincushion, B. Chase: pair egg dishes, Dennis
O'Neil; cup and saucers, John Byrne; basket and
sacs, B. Soubeyronx; needlecase, Noemis Due; tin
set, T. A. Beamish; pincushion, Miss Mary A. Gan?
non; China tea set, Miss Lizzie wily; satin cushion,
J. C.Lacoste; salin cushion, C. M. Burr; troche
shawl, Jane Corbett; satin cushion, Miss Kate Good?
rich; the battle-n?ld of Ireland, Miss RosaAstock;
handsome tieri. Rev. T. liermtngham; jar preserved
oranges, B. F. Ford; wbi:e embroidered cushion, C.
w. Lilies; Fenian cake. Mr. Anger; pair vases, air-,
J. B. Lafitte; lady's boldice, Mr*. P. Dufort; oil
painting, Mrs. A. Campbell; Parisian doll, Miss La?
fitte; Pope Pins IX, J. Josephine Whale?; basket
fruit, Mary Jane Dule; oil painting, Dr. S. 8. Orr;
pair mats, Mrs. Bachheit; prayer boos;, Miss Marga?
ret Corney; work b x. Miss Cahill; silver cup, A.
Mc Mannus; handsome picture. Bishop P?rsico;
fruit cake, Janies Black; pincushion, Miss Anna
Lyons; pincushion, J. B. Hyde; cape, Fannie Byrne;
black fan, Meta Black; fruit cake, H. F. Baker; gen?
tleman's vest, W. J. O'Connor; China tea set, B.
Patten; velvet hearth rug, F. J. Bantin; toilet set, S.
J. O'Neill; pair vases, O. Johnson; flee cake, John
Barbot; gentleman's dressing gown, J. G. McDer
COUBT OF EQUITY.-TUESDAY, May 12.-HON.
H. D. LESESNE, PBXSxcnro.-In our notice yester?
day of the case of Hammond va. Edwards, we were
mistaken as to the counsel-Messrs. Simons 4
Simons are the counsel for the complainant and
Messrs. Memminger, Jervey & Pinckoey for defend?
ants. Day before yesterday the pleadings were read ;
yesterday the evidence was concluded. Mr. James
Simons was heard for plaintiff, Mr. Jervey for de?
fendants; and to-day Mr. Memminger will be beard
fer defence and Mr. James Simons in reply.
COUBT OF GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON
PLEAS.-TUESDAY, MAY 12.-HON. ZEPHANIAH PLATT,
PBESIDING.-The following juries were empanelled;
Jury No. 1.-U. N. Ingraham, foreman ; C. F. Pank
nin, Wm. M. Bird, James M. Bee, James S. Martin,
P. Duane, Thomas J. Wharton, F. Lampe, P. Culli?
nane, H. W Tiencken, James M. Caldwell, Patrick
Jury No. 2-J. L. Honour, foreman; F. Cherry, J.
B. Fell James Carey, J. H. Bulwinkle, W. S. Brown,
G. A. Bowman, John Smith, Pater Minims, B.
Feldman, James WigfaU, J. B. Atkins.
Supernumeraria.-F. E. Michell, Daniel Loeb,
Charles Voight J. J. Cross, W. Lucas, W. 8. Adams.
The judge stated that he bod read the affidavits
furnished by E. W. McG. Macke.-. and though they
presented some extenuating circumstances, the law
had been violated, and he waa sentenced to pay a
fine of 2100 and costs.
The court then proceeded in the call of the civil
dockets until the hour of adjournment
The members of the bar are nofcfied that the issue
docket will be called to-day, lrom Nos. 1 to 25, inclu?
UNITED STATES COUBT.-TUESDAY, MAY 12.
Hos. GEOBOE S. BRYAN, PEESTDINO.-In the Circuit
Court.-?The case of Caroline Carson va. Bobertson,
Ball, McBlrnie and others was continued.
John W. Morton and John Graydon V3. Robert
Beaty and Charles Bolt In re Charles M Bose vs.
Robert Beaty & Co'. Cn motion of John Grim ball,
Esq., attorney for the heirs of John GrimbalL A. R.
Golden and Nathan F. Bobo for Patrick H. Keenan
and William J. Keenan, it was ordered that a rule be
set ved upon the United States Marshal to i how cause
on the 22 th of May why tba proceeds of a sale were
not paid over to the said heirs.
In tlf. District Court.-Ex parte George ?. Friten
ert In re john G. Grant, a bankrupt. A petition
craving investigation as to alleged irregular and ille?
gal action of bankrupt Townsend & Hudson pro
pet On their motion the case was referred to R. B.
Carpenter, Esq., to report on the same.
THE VI BOINIA MTLITABT INSTITUTE.-In
another column will be found a notice that applica?
tions will be received for the appointment of one
hundred additional cadets into this institution.
Those who enter in the summer months enjoy pecu?
liar advantages. The lastitute has a full corps of ?
professors, and ls ono of the first educational ina ti?
ru rions In the South. The following are the names
of the academic staff:
General Francis H. Smith, A. M., Superintendent
and Professor of Mathematics and Moral Philoso?
Colonel John T. L. Preston, A. M, Professor of |
Latin and English literatura.
Colonel Thomas H. Williamson, Professor of Prac?
tical Engineering. Architecture and Drawing.
Colonel William Gilham, A. M., Phillp St George
Colonel Rober: L. Madison, M. D., Mercer-Pro?
fessor nt Animal and Vegetable Physiology applied
Colonel Scott Ship, Commandant of Cadets. In?
structor of Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery Tactics,
and ProfeiBor of Mi ii tar.- History and Strategy.
Colonel James W. Masaie, Adjunct Proiessor of |
Colonel William B. Blair, Jackson-Professor of
Natural and Experimental Philosophy.
General G. W. c. Lee, Professor ot Civil and Mill*
ti ry Engineering and Applied Mechanics.
Colonel John M. Brooke, Professor of Practical
Astronomy, Geodesy, Descriptive and Physical; Ge?
ology and Meteorology. ?
Colonel Marshal McDonald. Professor ol' Geology,
Miueralogy and Metallurgy.
Colonel M. B. Hardin, Proiessor of General and
colonel Ttiomas M Semmes, Professor of Mod ern
BILL OF MOETALTTY.-Return of deaths with
n tho City of charleston, for the week ending May
9, 1869: '.
Brain. Congestion of.,
Heart, Valvular Disease of ,
Liver, Congestion ot.
Liver, Inflammation of.
Trisaras Nos cen ti um.
Want of Vitality.
Whites, 7; Blacks and Colored, lo-Total, 17.
Onder 1 year or age... t? Between SO and 60 yrs. 1
Between land5yrs... 0 Between 60and 70yrs. 1
Between Sand 10 yrs.. l| Between 70 and 80 yrs. 1
Between 10 and 20 yrs.. 2 Between 80 and 90yrs. 1
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. Ol Between 90 and 100 yrs. 1
Between 30 and 40 > rs.. 2 Over 100 y ear3 of age...
Between 40 and 60 yrs.. 2|
OSso of City Be.ristrsr. Mar 12, 1363.
GEORGE 8. PJL -EB. M. D., City Beglatrar.
NOTICES IN BANKBUPTCY.-Meetings of tho
creditors of the undermentioned bankrupts, to prove
debts and choose assign?es, will bo held at the office
of the Registrar, Hon. R. B. Carpenter, No. 72 Broad
street, on the days and at the hours named :
Vate. I Hour. I
May 141 9 A.M.| Armstrong, Archibold.|Charleston.
May 14 10 A.H. Bushing, George U.... Barnwell.
May 141 ll A.M. Guyton, Nathan H.... Berkeley.
May 14|12 M. Ford, F. W. & J. W... Georgetown.
May 14 2 P.M. Wardiow, Wm. A.Charleston.
M?y 14 1 P.M. Benton, W. Allen.Chesterfield.
May ic 9 A.n. Wood, Jaa. N.Charleston.
May 15 10 A.M. Cooper, Bob'tE.York
May 16 ll A.M. Huger, Soseph A..Charleston.
May 15 1P.M. Bs er, Charles B. F... snmter.
May i5|12 M.|Cartor, W. J.Dar leaton.
May 15 3 p.M.IAIlston, Edward F.... Berkeloy.
May 15 2 P.M. | Boone, John B. F.Sumter.
May 16 9A.M.iWulk r. Tsroal. Barnwell.
May 16 10 A M. Minus, Robert. Barnwell,
May 16 10 A.M. Brogden, Mos. s.Sumter.
May IC U A.M. Peoples, Benjamin F.. Barnwell.
May lfi 12 M. McMillan, John M.... I Barnwell.
Moy IC 1 P.M. Craig, John D.|Sumter.
May IC 1 P.M. Gui Heaume. Chas. L.. Chat teston.
May 16 2 p.M Ray, charles.Barnwell.
May IC 3 P.M. Woraham, Peter S_Chatleston.
May 18 9 A.M. Dargan, J. I. K.Willlamsnurg
May IS 10 A.M. Manneim, M. Marlon.
May 19 ll A.M. Moore. R. Sidney.Bethlehem.
May 18 12 M. Gooch, Josepa H.Marlboro'.
May 18 2 P.M. Evans. Hansford D_Barnwell.
May 18 1 P.M. Jordan, Peter M.|Darlington.
May 18 3 P.M. Gibson, J. Lewis.lOrangeburg.
May 19| 9 A.M. Salley, Henry V.[Orangeburg.
May 13110 A.M. Gerald, Thomas D_ISumter.
May 19 ll A.M. Salley, Rums C.?Orangoburg.
May 19 12 M. Re-'d, Bent H.Cuarleston.
May li) 1 P.M. Evans, Androw J.Orangeburg.
May 20 9 A.n. Charles. Wm. E.Darlmgton.
May 20 9 A.M. Butts, Oliver.Georgetown.
May 20 10 A.M. McLeod. Wm. J. Lynchburg.
May 20 li A.M. Moore, Levi J.Clarendon.
May 20 ll A.M. Lawton, Winborn. Charleston.
May 20 li M. Rhamo. Bryant F.>umtor.
May 20 12 M. Cobia, John.Clarendon.
May 20 1 p.M.|Skiuoer, Wm. U.| Clarendon.
May 20 1 P.M | Amsbury, Oliver.Charleston.
May 20 2 PM. Hodge, W. W.Clarendon.
May 20 2 P.M. Bell, Lazarus.Clarendon.
May vO 3 PM. Lanueau A: Whilden.. Charleston.
May 20 3 P.M Crofut, James M.Hilton Head.
May 23 9 A.M. Goodwin. A. G. 1 harleston.
May 25 9 AM. Watson, John. Williamsburg
May 25 10 A.M. Shumakcr, Altert A... Oraugeburg.
May 25 11A.M. Mee ze, Jacob. Barnwell.
May25|l2 M. Reardon, Daniel E.... Clarendon.
May 38] l P.M. Wallace, John W.Mailboro'.
May251 2P.M. Brigman, Thomas.... l.larlboro'.
May25| 3 P.M Quick, Trav's.|Marlboro\
Moy 29 2 P.M. Weatherly, Thomas C. I Beunettsviile.
May 2U| 8 P.M. Leggett, Andrew J.... | Benne tts vu] e.
I Of what place.
ALL WHO ABE in want of good substantial
boots and shoes will find t'icm at Jo'un Com?
mins. No. 131 Meeting-street, nearly opposite
Market-street. They are offered at retail.
I/you vant cheap Blank Booka;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
te.'; or Miller's Almanac;
If you want Printing e ecuted neatly;
H you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern of |
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 69 Broad
April SO 6mo
T^yiESKMELD Si CO.,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS,
And goods adapted exclusively for
No. 242 W. BALTIMORE-STREET,
M. WIESENFELD.JOS. FBTEDENWALD.
April 21 2mos
wu. J. BIEMAN.HENEY CPU?, JU.
y^H. J. RIBMAN ?Sf SOOT,
PACKING HOUSE TEBBE-HAUTE, INDIANA,
PROVISION AND COMMISSION
No. 871 W. BALTIMORE-STREET
(Opposite Eutaw r/ousa), Baltimore,
Offer for aale full assortment of BACON, PORK and
LARD; also the celebrated ORANGE BRAND HAM,
cured by themselves. Smos* April 21
RIFF1N, BROTHER <S? CO.,
No. 105 LOMBARD-STREET,
?HES EX OX.JOHN OHL
KNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE
Consignments of COTTON, RICE, Ac., respect?
fully solicited, and liberal advances made thereon.
Orders for CO BN and BACON promptly executed
with care and attention.
April 27 12m os*
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1863 HAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STLEFF FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WARERGOM, No. 7 N. LIBERTY
STREET, ABOVE LA Ll IMORE-STREET,
STTEFF'S PIANO' HAVE ALL THE LATEST
improvement, including the Agraffe treble, ivory
fronts, and the improved French Action, fully war?
ranted for Ave years, with privilege of exchanue
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory to
purchaser, second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or?
gans always on hand from 850 to $300.
REFEBEES WHO HAVE OTTS PIAN08 IN CSE:
General Robert E. Leo, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. C.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La
Messrs. R. Burwell A Sons, Charlotte, N. C.
Max Strakosch, Italian Opera.
Messrs. Pierson A Sons, Sumter, 8. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston, S. C.
RUMSEN, CARROLL Si CO,
PRESERVERS, PICKLERS, OYSTER PACKERS, Ac.
No. 16 Light-street, Baltimore,
Joint Proprietors and Sole Agents for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MLLE,
Prepared by the Baltimore Condensed Milk Company
April 22 6mos
QPRXIG AND SUMMER IMPORTATION
RIBBONS, MILLINERY AND SI RAW GOODS.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR d. CO.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Bonnet, Trimming and. Velvet Ribbons,
BONNET SILKS, SATINS AND VELVETS,
Blonds, Nets, Crapes, Ruches, Flowers, Feath?
STRAW BONNETS AND LADIES' HATS,
TErmrcD AND UNTRIMMED.
SHAKER HOODS, &e.
HOS. 237 AND 239 BALTIMORE-STREET,
OFFER TH- LARGEST STOCK TO BE FOUND
In this Country, and unequalled m choice variety
and cheapness, comprising the latest
43-Ordore solicited and prompt attention given.
April 10 Imo*
^.EORGlli lt. GAlTHtCR, JR., Si CO.,
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 Camden-street, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
April 20 _2mo
H. GRUPY ?Si CO.,
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CAL VERT-STREET,
F. H. GRUPY.H. G. CURTAIN
E. ADSTIN JENKINS. ALEHED JENKINS, JU.
SOBEBT H. JENKINS.
-rjDW. JENKINS Si SONS.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS,
NO. 183 BALTIMORE-STREET.
April 22 6mos Baltimore. Md.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
THIS COMPANY HAS NOW ON SALE FOR THE
accommodation of Merchants throughout the
Country, "iiU^INJiSs TICKETS" to tiavel over tho
ONE THOUSAND MILES FOR $25.
Th?y eau bi procured at the Company's Ticket
Offices iu Augusta, Columbia and Camden; also in
Charleston from L. C. HENDRICKS,
General Ticket Agent,
April 1 stuth Office John-street.
[SALE POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OF THE 'WEATHEB.1
In Sums to Suit Purchasers-$10,600 Old
State Stock, Eight"Six per cent'Bonds
South Carolina Railroad, $500 each.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
WiU be sold THIS DAT, the 13th instant, st the
Old Post office, at ll 'clock,
The shore 8ECUBITIES.
Terms cash. Hay 13
[SALE POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OF THE WEATHEB.]
Small Souse in Queen-street, om door from
Rutledge-sirtet, south side.
W. Y, LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
WiQ be sold TO-MOBBOW, 14th instant, at the Old
Fostofflce, at ll o'clock.
1 hat desirable SMALL HOUsE. containing four
rooms, situated in Queen-street, south side, one door
from Butledge. Lot measures 49 feet front by 107 feet
deep, more or less.
Terms-One half cash; balance m 12 months, with
interest, secured by bond and mortgage. Property
to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay ns tor papers and stamps.
Desirable Stand for Grist Mill, Blacksmith or
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at auction. TQ-MOBBQW, 14th inst,
at ll o'clock, in front of Old Post nice,
That spacious SH; D BUILDING in Masazine
street. a tew doors from Archdale-street; Lot 32 feet
front on Magczlue-street, by 104 deep. Un the prem?
ises if a spacious Shed on brick pill?t8,104 by 20,
Conditions cash; purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps. May 13
Grocery Store at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at Auction, TO-MOBBOW. the 14tb
instant, at ll o'clock, at the Old Postofflce,
That BBICE STORE AND DWELLING, on the
west side of Cburch-strcet, one door south of Trade,
known as No. 47. The house and kitcnen are built
of brick (two and a hair i tones high); the house con?
tains ten rooms, besides store. On the lot is s eis
tern, well, and all necessary outbuildings. Lot meas?
ures 35 feet front by 118 feet in depth, more or less.
Terms-One-half cash ; balance in one year, with
interest, secured by t'ond and mortgage; property to
be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
us lor papers and stamps. May 13
Residence Corner Lynch and Beaufain streets.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUSS,
Will be sold at Auction TO-MOBBOW, 14th instant
at ll o'clock.
That desirable RESIDENCE, at the northwest
corner Lynch and Beaufain streets, containing lour
square and two attic rooms, with pantry, gas, and
every modern convenience. Upon the premires are a
kitchen, brick staole and cistern, and all necessary
outbuildings. The garden is elegantly laid out ?nd
planted with the choicest roses and exotics. Walks
laid In cement; arbors, kc. Lot measures on Lynch*
street 62 6.12 feet, by 175 feet in depth, more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance payable m two
notes st one and two years, with interest from date,
secured by mortgage of property. Policy of insur?
ance to be aa ig ned. Purchaser to pay forpaptrs.
[POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OF THE WXATHEB AND BX j
CONSENT OF PASTIES.]
Sale under Foreclosure of Mortgage-Bruk Res?
idence in Water street.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
TO-MOBBOW, the 14th of Msy, at ll o'clock A
M., will be sold at the Old Post?me?, in the City of
The BBICE DWELLING HOUSE, on the south
side of Water-street containing nine upright rooms
and one dressing room, with piazzas to ute 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 line, 144 feet 4 inches back line, 94 leet 6 inch*
es west line, and 38 feet 7 inches on the east line.
Conditions-Five thousand dollars with interest st
one and two-thirds per cent pe. month, rrom 22d
November, 1367. to day of sale, and the expenses of the
salo payable j?, cash, under the operation of a mort,
gape from J. Legare Tates to John Cu ad wick, dated
22d ?larch, 18G7; the balance of the purchase money
by bond bearing 7 per cent interest, payable In one
year, to be secured by mortgage or the property; the
buildings to be ins und and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papera and stamps.
[SALE POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OF THE WEATHEB,]
l.VDEli DEL KEEI.V Elli'ITV.
Coogan vs. Palmetto Savings Institution.
THIS DAY. 13th inst, at ll o'clock, at the Old
Postoffice, will be sold under the direction of tho
BY W. Y. LEXI CH & R. S. BRUNS,
7 NOBTBEAPi EKN" BAILROaD BOND?.S500eacb
6 INCOME BONDS MEMPHIS AND OHIO BAIL
BOAD, 51000 earh
|#103 WHO Ll- SHAHES SOUIHWESTEBN BAIL.
103 HALF SHARES SOUTHWES?EEN RAILROAD
43 SHABEs PEOPLES BANE STOCE
LABGE IRON SAFE.
[SALE POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OF THE WEATHEB.]
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
The Charleston Savings Institution vs. Mitchell.
TO-MOBBOW, 14th Msy, at ll o'clock, will be sold
at the Old Customhouse.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS
thereon, situate on the west aid _? of Butledge-street
measuring in iront oa sa d street 76 fret, on the back
Une 66 feet, and in oepth 186 feet 6 inches, be the
said dimensions more orles*; bounding east on
Rutlodge-srreet south on land of ff. L. Webb, and
we-t on land o? BenJ. F. Evans-the s dd Lot hiing
part of one purchased of Tbos. L. Webb, Irutee of
McKewn Johnstone and wife.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two sud
three years, secured by bond of the p lrchaser and
mortgage of tbe premises; with Interest rrom day of
sale, payable annually. The buildings to be insured
and the policy assigned. Purchaser to nay for pa?
pers and stamps. J. W. GBO,
May 13_Master in Equity.
PAINTS FOK FARMERS AM)
rE GBAFTON MINERAL PAINT C031PANS
aro now manufacturing tho best cheapest and
most durable Paint in use; two coats, well put on,
mixed with pure Linseed OU, wlU last 10 or 15 years;
it is of a light brown or beautiful chocolate color,
and can be changed to green, lead, stone, drab,
olive or cream, to suit the taste of the consumer.
It is valuable tor Bouses, Barns, Fences, Carriage
and Car-makers, Pails and Woodenwaie, Agricultural
Implements, Canal Boats, Vessels and ship's Bot?
toms, Canvas, Metal and Shingle Root's (it being tire
and water prool), Floor Oil Cloths (one manufacturer
having used 6C00 bbls. the past year), and, as s
paint tor any purpose, is unsurpassed for body, du?
rability, elasticity and adhesiveness. Price $6 per
bul. of 300 lbs., which wUI supply a farmer for years
to come. Vi arranted In all cases as above. Send for
i circular which cr ve.? full particulars. None pennine
unless oranded m a trade mark Grafton mineral Paint
HOLMES Je CALDEE, Agents,
December 13 fmw6mo* Meeting-street
DAIRYMEN, FARMERS AND OTHERS
AS BES, BEESWAX, BEANS,
BUTTEE, CHEESE, EGGS,
FLOUR AND MEAL, FLAX,
COTTON, FCBS AND SKINS,
DELED AND GEEEN FEUITS,
GRAIN, WOOL, GAME, POULTRY.
NAVAL STORES, HOPS,
OILS, LARD, TALLOW,
SORGHUM, MOLASSES, &c., &c.
GEN EU AL COMM1SSIOW MERCHANT,
No. 442, 444 and 446 WASHINGTON-STREET,
Kew Tork City,
And receive bis weekly PBICE CUBBENT of Pro?
duce and Groceries, thc most complete Pnce Cur?
rent published in the United States.
SEND' FOB A PRICE CUBBENT.
Marking Plates and Cards Furnished Free.
LIBERAL ADVANCES AUDE OS' CONSIGNMENTS.
Established May 1st, 13C0.
FIBSr CLASS REFERENCES GIVEN WHEN
March 4 c lyr
Stock of a Country Store, Positive Sale-Dry
Goods. Boots and Shots, Clothing, Hard?
ware; ??c., $c.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
W?1 sell THIS DAY, at io o'clock, at JJ err Cash
Auction House, No. 55~Basel-street, opposite Post
BOOTS AND SHOES-Hen's Sea Boots, Sewed
Brogans, Ladles', Hisses' and Boys Booti and Shoes,
DB? GOODS-Colored Barege, Crepe Mareta,
Lawns, Swiss and Check Muslins, Prints, De Laines.
Flannels, Longcloths, Satinets, Blay Linen. Irish
Linen, Tablecloths, Drills, White and Slate Jeans,
Cambric, Ac, Ac .
RIBBONS, Ladies' Collars, Embro.lered Sets.
Hoop Skiits. Gloves, Suspenders, Lille White, Flax
and Cotton Thread. Trimmings, Belts, Silk Taflet?
Gloves, Embroidered and L. C. Handkerchiefs, La?
dies', Men's, Misses'. Boys' and Children's Hose and
Half Bose, Comb?, Hair Pins, Needles. Hats, Medi?
cines, Angers, Halves and Forks, Ac, Ac
Conditions cash._ May 13
MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
No. 136 Meeting-street,
Will sell THIS DAY (Wednesday), 13th instant, at 10
An assortment of DRY GOOTS, HAT?, SHOES.
Terms cash._May M
Boots, Shoes, Brogans, Balmoral Gaiters, ?rc.
BY N. HUNT & SON.
THIS DAY. the 13th instant, at 10 o'clock, in our
salesroom, No. 142 Meeting-street, we will sell for
70 cases, oar usual fine assortment, of BOOTS,
Shies, Brogans, Balmoral Gaiters, ?c.
10 cases assorted SHOP GOODS. .
Sale of City Property under direction of the
Special Committee on the Fire Department.
BY Z.B. OAKES.
Will be sold on THIS DAY, 13th inst., near the
Old Post ollie-, at ll o'clock,
The BBICK ENGINE HOUSE at the northwest
corner of Washington and Inspection streets.
The Brick Engine Horse on the east side of East
Bay street, a few doors south of Hasel street
lhe Brick Engine House on tbe oasc aide of Kin.j
8treet, a few doors below Tradd.
Conditions-Half cash; balance in one year, with
Contents of a Variety Store.
BY ALBERT PRINCE.
THIS DAY, the 13th instant at half-past 9 A. M..
at store No. 31 Spring-street, between Coming and
Rutledge, will be sold without reserve,
THE EN TIRE STOCK,
MENS', Womens', and Children Shoes, Dry Goods.
Ladies Hats, Brooms, Baskets, Buckets, Notions,
The above will be sold In lots to suit purchasers.
May 13 1*
Mules, Horses, One Milch Cow, Sets Harness,
Chest Tools, Mahogany Paper Stands, Cot
? tage Set, and other Furniture.
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, at 10>? A. M., at No. 33 Broad-street,
May 13_ '
Twenty Acres Good Land, six miles from
Charleston, on State Road.
BY H. H. DeLEON.
WOT be Mid TO-MORROW, 14thinst., at the Old
Postomce, at ll o'clock.
About twonty acres GOOD LAND. On the place is
a wooden house with three rooms, and another
house with one large room.
Conditions cash._ May 13
Estate Sale-Real Estate and Stocks.
BY H. H. DeLEON. ;
Will be sold, at publio auction, by order of the Execu?
tor, TO-MORROW, May 14th, at tho Old Post
oflVe, at ll o'clock,
AR that LOT OE LAND, with the three story Brick
Store, on the west side of King-street, three doora
above Market-street, and known as Na 231, now
occupied by Messrs. Eckels A Co.. as a Drug Store.
The lot measures 27 feet front by 2IS feet deep, moro
or less. This store is leaded to 1st September at
rate of $1800 per annum. On the Lot ia a two story
Brick Kitchen with four rooms, also a Store Boom.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the three etory
Brick More, south of the above, formerly occu?
pied as a Dry Goods Store, at an annual rent of
$2500, andknovii as No. 229. The Lot is 27 feet
front by 215 feet deep, more or less. At the end of
this store is an rdditional Brick Building with four
roomy, gateway, ci-tern, kc.
All that LOC OF LAND, with a two story Wooden
Dwelling, ou north Fide of Queen-street' west of
Franklin-street leased at $350 per annum to 8th No?
vember. House contains fl w> ?ooius, double piazza
to the west, private stairway, Wooden Kitchen two
stories blgh with four rooms, cistern, gas, Ac Lot
38 feet front by 83 feet deep, more or les ?<.
A LOT OF LAND in Logan-street west side, 33
feet fr:nt by - dsep.
LOT OF LAND norh side of above, 50 feet front
by - deep. Both of these Lots described by plat on
?iay of sale.
A LOT OF LAND on east aide of Savage-street, 25
feet front by 93 ieet deep.
260 Shares GAS COMPANY STOCK
68 Shares Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock
48 Shares Dry Dock SUD -k
20 Shares Chariest m and Savannah Railroad Stock
3 Shares South Carolina Ra hoad and Bank Stock
3 Share- < South Carolina BaUrcad Stock (half
Terms-For Stocks cash. For Real Fslate, one
third cash ; balance by bond ard mortgage, payable
in two equal annual instalments, with interest on the
same from day ot sale, payable semi-annually. Bonds
to bo given in amounis as may be required. Build?
ings to be insured aud policies assigned. Purchas?
ers to pay for papers and stamps.
May 13 wfm3 3
^nrttoncrrs' Jprioate Sales.
Dredging Machine at Private Sale.
W. Y. LEITCH & R S. BR CNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers, No. 35 Broad
At Private Sale
A Dil EDGING MACHINE, with two Mud Fla's and
a small Boat.
The Boiler* ar: new and tho Machinery in com?
plete order and ready for immedlae use.
Terms accommooaiing, and mike known on appli?
cation as above. ftw3 May 8
g HUES : SHutli!
ONE HUNDRED CASES OF
BOOTS ANO SHOES,
Good and substantial-selected for Retailing.
For sale by JOHN CUMMINS,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
May 1 sw6 Nearly opposite Market-street
^?IEENBRIE? WHITE SULPHUR
OREENBRIER COUNTY, W. VA.
The undersigned, lessees of this old and well
announce th:it (encouraged by the liberal patronale
received last season) tho have largely added to their
accommodations in comfort and in apr?.-rance, and
are prepared to entertain FIFTEEN HUNDRED
The Bathing accomm^ditions aro in fine order;
Hot and Warm sulphur Baths, so emlnen'ly effica?
cious in many cases, are at the command of visitors
at all hours.
In addition to other amusements, they have pro?
vided a new and elegant BOWLING ALLEY and
BILLIARD ROOM, conveniently located.
Protessjr ROSENBtBGCR'S celebraied FULL
BBAsS BAND bas been engaged for the season.
A good Livery Stable will i e kept on the premises.
The completion of the Virginia Central Railroad to
Covingtou leaves only twenty miles of staging,
through a beautiful mountain country, o v.-r a well
Terms: Three dollars per day, and eighty dollars
per month. Chi dreu under ten years of age and
colored servants hah' price. White servants accord?
ing to acommodations. PEYTON A CO.
May 9 Imo
?? JE U E ?t' s
FASHIONABLE BARBEE'S SALOON,
No. M MARKET-STREET,
South side, betw een King and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER is a German Barber, bas been thor?
oughly trained to his business, ana is prepared to
serve his mends and the public generally in the sevo
ral branches of his art, vhs: