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AUCTION 8ALE THIS DAT.
WILLIAM MCKAY ml! soil at 10 o'clock. Ford?
ham', bi rco-n an i restaurant ; and at half-past 10
o'olock at residence No. '?35 Meeting-street, splendid
BUST COUTA K Co. will sell at half past 9 o'clock.
?rn front of their store. Vendue Range, hams, bulk
meats and lar-i.
J. A. kxaxow k Co. wi 1 fell at ll o'clock, OB Pal?
metto Whirl, a lot of standing and mailing rigel J;,
G. MCBRIDE Surra will sell at ll o'clock, at tho
old Posto?ko a r- bideace in Calhouu-stiect; al>o. at
10 o'clock, a: bis offloe, Droad-street, horse j, mules,
B. M. MABSUMLL k DBOZHEB will sell at II
o'clock at the old Po ? to ttl _e, several desirable resi?
dences and lots.
Lt-ero H j: BBUNU will s* ll at ll o'clock, at the
old Pot.tofB.cf, several valuable pieces of real estate
in different parts ot the cu*.
Z. B. Oakes will sell at ll o'clock at the old Post
.fflce. a store in H yeo street, a private residence
and two city enRine bouses.
T. al. CATER will sell at three-quarters pa?t 9
o'elooh in hi. store, Brown's wb&ri, butter, lard,
G. W. STE-TENS will sell at half-past 9 o'o'ock. in
iront of bis etore, YeoJuo EU R;, butler, cheese,
kc; and at foot of Vendue Hanne, a batteau boat.
JOHN G MILSOR & Co. will sell at 10 o'c ock, !n
their salesroom, Aleeting-strooet, plated ware, dry
LATXBET Ic ALEXAKDE.I will sell at 10 o'clock, in
front of their store, ?sst Bay, butter, bacon, pota
JOTORM t Co. will sell at half-past 9 o'clock, in
front of their stor-, Vendue rauge. sugar, strips, Ac.
Sheriff M AC Kin wi 1 coutume his sales of leases of
property, at tba Courthouse, between the boura of
ll and 11.
B. k A. P. CALDWELL will sell at 10 o'clock, on
Browa's Whatf, ono hundred bushels corn.
* * MEETINGS THIS DAT.
Jefferson Lod?e. at 7 P. M.
Freundubattsbuud. at 8 P. If.
Vigilant Fir.* ccu. any, at I P. M.
Hook and Laddor, No. 1. at half-past 7 P. M.
Charleston Fire Comp?'y of ASMO, at half-past
7 P. M.
Hibernian Society, al 7 P. il.
FIRE.-A fire occurred yesterday afternoon
in a two . nd a half story wood.cn house in Kins
street, near Li-ae, orin.natl c In a defective chimney.
It was occupied by a Mr. Henry Wide, and owned by
Mr. P. Duffy. It sustained about two hundred dol?
lars damage, tv m h was ? overed try insurance.
ANOTHER FIRE.-A fire occurred last eves ins
about eight o'clock, at No. 37 Bay-sine:, in tho
northeastern part ot the city, which destroyed an
oath ons? on the p ?mises occupied by Mr Paull
and ownod by Mr. John H. Theo. There va* an in?
surance on the r< suenes of two thong md ?ollar'. In
tho Germania Ins-uran e Company, which did not in
oluue the buildir g dcslroved. It was tue work of ;
incendiary, as thore had besa no Aro vi hatever in
NEW LAW FIUM-Messrs. Henry Deas, Jr.,
and il. B. ba net have f o-mod a partnership for the
praotioe of Uw. Both partners are ftentlcmen of
oiarrjler and slandiue in tho community, and Mr.
Baw nas bad the advantage of a European eonoa
Qon, b viug .pent (several y oom in pursuit of his
studios in G - rmi. y. > ce card in another column.
QUICK TRIP.-The schooner Nathaniel Chase,
Captain Small, left Norfolk. Va , on Saturday fore
noon last, and arrived here carly yesterday, mak ng
the run ia about fo.ty-o'ght hours. This is equal to
steamboat time, and s; eaks well for Ute ..all ?UK quali?
ties of this vo?scl. t-ho ?eft hero for Norfolk about
Cwo weeks ago. fin bas on boar 1 a cargo of corn,
con- igncd to Messrs. 1. J Kerr k Co.
OLBBS AND STABS.-?eaterday, at tbe Mayor's
Court, Ibero were Fran! persons discharged who
had applied for .od,.rog (he ni ht before.
Several porcon* ?ho ba t fallen in sn encounter
wish Bacchus, were fl oed.
Alfred Jones, colt red. for larceny of twe've dollars
ia oorr-noy and a note of forty d*. liais, waa turned
over to a maul .trato.
Charles Ros?, colored, for stealing fence rails, was
sont to the Boase of Correotioa for twenty days.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, alaren 1.- Pavilion Hotel.
H Gorham, steamship t aragos'u; W J Seo t, Atlan?
ta; E A Monfort, :.e? York; J Holmes, city; NS
1 hon roa, steamer Dictator; S Maroo, Darlington; S
B Sawyer, Ora igeburg.
Charleston Hottl -J ? Corbin, Iowa; E L Turner,
Mew York; L H Gdddeo, Boston; Captain J 0 Dutch,
O F Srhulty, Savannah; archibald Getty end daugh?
ter, etty ; A E bri-tow, Marlboro'; N Perry and ?ile,
J B Sayer. Miss M S Sayer, New Jersey; Mr and Mrs
W a Whi well, J D star evant, Miss ftordevant?
Miss B Yong, il jato i; Wm Alien, wife and soo, s J
Bogers, New York; - Ropers. Marlboro'; R T
Keaaedy,'B S Hunt, Pennsylvania; T ? AllUon.
Ph ladelphia; W J Jarvis, WLmmgton; R fi Gris?
wold, New York.
OPENING OF THE OPBBA-MARTHA.-A rall
and fashionable audicnee*grJetcd the first app?ar
acto? of Frede.lei's O; ora Company hst night, iu
Flotew'S beauliml opera of "Al rtha." The piece
was put rpo a the singe in much bette- Btv 1 . than
last year. The chorui and orchestra ara b >th stron ;
or and -nora poclcotly trains J. Chu a laing Z.e -1er.
the soprano, is evi.l.u ty ia be'.t-r voice than when
ladamoag us, aa.l th.- contralto of ii ac au. s trede
r-ci ii aa po wt nui itudui fo,.l of sweetness as ever.
Iho sparkling Viva it;/ 11 her acting at Ouco leudo.s
her a favorite wucrevcr shu ap^eaxi. Our readois are
tumi I-tr with thu uiaor ol H inmfer. tba oasso ut Wein
lioh and ihebiiit.no of -uiutoite. 1 he quartette neer
(ha dosa ol thc first act w-s, we think, the tiiumph ot
tho evoking, a he b; tun Lu ; a ene in tue Second act
was'also well po forme 1, tao solo by Cia aL ng Z>og- j
1er bcuig highly . p lauded, Ihe duet co ??om her
and H.niaior was o.-o -.veil received and tho solo (ihe j
Last Ro.-sof .-umra. ri ap?? lcd directly to ta? hearts
mi the audience Ou ihe whola, theo? forman? was
one f..riv entitled to the pation-igs of a eui ira
ted community, lo-uigt.t. we uro to bave Au bet'*
Frai/iavolo. 'ibo seats nut yot ungag.-d eau be se?
oul ed on application at 1 o mes' Roo.. House.
REPORTER d' Cumin j.-Ibo appe- rance of tho
western part of the dry, especially Rutledge-, treet
and Ru.ledge avcuue, Li much improved hy the
whitewashing of the ttcea.
The north si ew.lk of the west end of Beaufain
stfejet is oein,' nut in gOt>J ordor. mi ch to the de?
light of the residents oho have shown tho patience ot
Job on the subject.
The Sheriff sale to take place yesterday, bas been
Mr. Due who introduoed and manufactured the
tret velocipede iu o ir city is going to construet one
.e go on one wheel. 1
The lime t r macing rolurns of Internal Revenue
expires on ihe 10th instaut. " A word lo the ?Iso is
Eleven night watchman hard been taken cn the
Agontlsmin of th's oltt trlod to rifle the ve'oci
pedo je-aterdiy and SJOJ landed ou terra firms and
.one u-ied to roly b -ref er on horseflesh.
Ibo recent county ba,', stotgu: of the Dan Lodgo
wagaoi'osju.b.o pccunii y sue cuss.
A new nt ali g r.vl-; of wearing the hair uti rao: ed
attention on King-street yojtormy.
The su (test.uu of 'Jaa Nave to establish a
"pound," meetswiih tbe ItVOx of those who own fine
Opera tickets go eff lise p-p corn.
Some exc?temeos was o?a*cd on Meotlng-ftrcet
yesterday by tbe diso very in tho Circular chu ch
graveyard Of a < ond lap dog nibaly f >l ted lu a oloth
ft was supposed to be tho weU-knowa poodiu
In our local column veeterdoy the types played sad
bavoo with the nam of tho new vegetable we .ought
to introduce, abo oonoo*name Is '-Jae Whito Maa
ATTRACTIVE KAFFLE.-A raffle of a hand?
some silver toa set, mosaic brooch, kc, will take
place at Mr. Miles Brake's, corner of King and Li?
berty streets, to-morrow evening, between seven and
eight o'clock, *
THE STATE COURT, HON. Ii. B. CAB.PE.NTEB,
PKESiDDta -j ord a j, March 1st-A sufficient unm
borof jurors not havmg answered, tho Sheriff was
ordered to issno another venire and the court ad
jcurm d until this morning, atiialf-past ton o'clock.
THE UNITED STATES COURT, MARCH 1.-Eon.
GBOBGE S. BOTAN, PRESIDING-Jury No. 1 was
disahargeet until Wednesday, 17th March. Ihe pe?
tition ol Charles H. Wes:, cruditor of Jos. W. Sea
brjok, to set up lien, was referred to Registrar car
pentea. John P. Buzhardt, Tbos. II. Chappell and
Jordan P. Pool were finally discharged, a he Reiris
ti-ar repor.ed cn the petition ot 1 heodore D. vtagr.or
to set up lien on :ho es-tax cf Edward U. Barnwell,
and the assignee was ordered to ^c.l and vf lien,
kc. The sum of ?36C 66 *vich was ordered .")be
paid over to J. W Pauton. J. H. Wiggins and John
C. Dutch, partners, prosecuting tho causo of the
United states against David Risley, the same being
their proportion of the fund received thus far in said
RECORD BOOKS, ?C., AX THE GUARDHOUSE.
At the suggestion of Mayor Clark, Captain Hen?
drick-, bas procured from tourteuay's a fine laree
record book for thc puiposc of recording the names
and full doicription of all pera ns aries ed sud ap?
pear, ng before the Mayor, and tho nature ef the
offences they < om tn it : there is to bc au annual re?
port made ont trom this book a d laid b fore the
public. Da order to obtain the exec h ight of of?
fenders a measuring rod has also beou procured,
and a pair of scales to get at their weight buch
methods - f obtain rig correct data up n woieh to pre?
dicate information in refe-ence to the lawbreakers,
is very common in the Nor hern cities.
a JJ S Tis' H?SS ?XO'i'IClilS.
HOME-MADE BREAD at Kinsman's Saloon.
March 2 tuths6
LUNCH-ATTiACTiTE BrxL OF FARE.-Oyster
soup, venison, with eran be irv sauce, robins and
baked crabs, at Mr. H. H. Fehronbach's to-day.
Palmetto shades, No. 12? Bast Bay.
SHERIFF'S SALES.-The sales for taxes, ad?
vert? ed by the Sheriff, will, we are anti f med to
?ay, positively take place at the hour specified,
THE PBOPKIETORS OF "Wbann's Raw Bone
Supe phosphate et Lime cordially iavite farmers,
dealers ajd others interested iu procuring a first
class ma? uri;, to call and examine their works, see
process of manufactu e, and lnep cttbe miterials
used. Ttey have 110 ttcrets, give full value, and
guarantee .'heir Phosphate to come up to the > tun -
dard a: a/cia. Claiborn, Herring k Co. are the
agents for the sale of it In Augusta and Charleston.
February 23 Imo
To THE PLANTERS OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND
GEORGIA. -Believing .'WH??WB" RAW BONE SU?
PERPHOSPHATE OF I nra to be fultv equal to the
best Fertilisers in ma<ket. and superio- tu many,
and being desirous of having it thor^ugb'y teated,
we have emcludei to offer tho following Pr. m rump :
1st. for the largest yield of Co ton (tom an acre of
land, a Silver Pitcher worth ?!00 3d. For ihc sec?
ond largest yield of Cotton fr ra ar acre of laud, a
silver Hitcher worth $60. 3?. For tho Lrg st yield
ot Corn from an acre of land, o bilvet Goulet warla
The above premiums will be awarded where
"WHA.NXS"' BAW BOSE SuPBEPnosPHAig a ono is
used on the acre producing the Meld.
Those applying for the premiums will be required
to furn sh satistacto y evidence ol the amount p o
duccd on tho acre, and a statement of the mann r m
which ibi y applied the manure. A limited ameunt
only of HUB l bospbate wiU De diotribu ed duriug tba
eeainn. Prices, delivered en the cars at Chai lostou.
$G5 per ?on, rath; or ?70 for approved illy accept
anees, paytble 1st Nov?mt er.
CLAGHORN, HERRING k CO.,
Accommodation Wharf, charleston, 8. C.,
And No. 7 Warren Block, Aug .sta Ga.
February 23 - Imo
CITY STOCK WANTED.
APPLY IO JAME^M SBAt'Kl'.LFORD.
Bioker, No. M brosd-treet.
SOUTH CAiOUNA RAILROAD
BONDS OF THE 60Ut"H C\DOLT.\'A RAIL?
ROAD peat du- or due >u '69 or '7n, w?uted
by ANDREW M. MORELAND. Broker
Marm 1 Ho. 8 Broad-street
EA S de BCRNET,
ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS,
Ao. 17 Broad-street.
Practica in all tao ttate and United States Courts
H. DEAS, Jr,, j B. B BURNET.
March 2 8*
ORDERS FOR "MOTZ^a" FOR THE PA?SOVKR
wdi be received by
5. M AIRS, -uperintet dent.
Mareb 1 8** No. ti Marko.-street
TlfE^SBK. -PELLOWE t CO.. H.iR ' I'-ULTU
JJL RlSXf. from Hans have the honor to inform
the publo that they have arrived in thia city with a
beautiful assortment of
' I'LA NTS AND FANCY SH HVUi
For Gardens a'd Hoases, ns fo 'ows :
100 different kind- oi ve>y finn giaftod RO*Btf.
400 va' .e. i es of FRUIT 1 ?LE> or the n nest qiah
tie.-. arnon:: w ici a.-n the Cherry ?r-e (B npres>
Eugenie) eigu. o> the Ohcrrias weighing one pound.
ihe I utier Pear, iucoj-'anble. w i?ns f.-om one
totwc pou d each; ?Ld a large assortment el
Floweri ano Vesetan.e -ced
i?l-?> very fl ie bulbs rf every sort, which temara
io bloom from five to e z <s i ntbs.
Carnation Piuks ( ew var ?lies) recently intro
ouccd in F. ance.
Ama.eur are solicited to call and exam ie the
above assortments at tue S'or ; No ls2 K'ug-str ct.
Wu! remain po itively bal ONE Weh K LONGER.
March 1_C_pf LLOU.-E k ? O.
uni-ID nm WM\S.
GEORGE A. QUIRK'S
O. 3ST. T.
SIX COK?, SO I T FINI?B
This favorite Thread hoing Six Cord to No.
80, purely Soft Finish, is recommended for its
great eu pori on ty for Hand and Machine Sew?
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Retail
Try Goods and Notion Dealers.
February 27 Imo
iry B. FICKLIN c;
HOOK ?DAY'S STABLES AND LOTS
Is now prepared to keep CATTLE, HOBBES end
SIOOK ol ev rv dc?crip! on- "liier? i- a go. d
pump a id V tje v eda on tho lot. I will sell stock
on small c. jumus&iou. Imo February 9
5000 rolls of Pape Hangings,
HP Kl .VG ST \ LICS .
1500 pairs of Window Shades,
OF THU LATEST PATT HI KN.
March 2 tutbs8 No. ?79 EINQ-^TREET.
Progs, Chemicals, tic.
C. F. PANK N IX,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 123 Meefcing-street,
CHARLESTOX. S. C.
rjlUE ADVERTISER HEOS TO OA LL ATTEN?
TION to bis stock of tbe best Imported uJ T :uee
Of lils business ho bestows tho utmost personal care
and attention, and guarantees tho PURITY of tho
MEDICINES used In compounding.
Prepared carefully at all hour? of the day and
SPECIAL AGENCY FOE THE SALE OF
Messrs. GEO. TIEMANN & CO..
OE* jsrrew YORK.
HIS STOCK OF
Hair, Tooth and Nail Brashes.
IS LA EOE AND WELL SELECTED.
Agency for the sale of the celebrated
Rockbridge Alain Spring Water,
A supply of which ts always on hand.
.Which hare established for themselves a reputation
rarnasMd by none.
Through constant effort and attention he hopes to
merit a oontiananee of the pnblio patronage which
has hitherto been eximid d to hun.
February lt tu thal yr
^acljinrrn, (gusting!;, (?tc
PHOiNlX IR0? WORKS.
JOHN F. TA Y LO tl & CO.,
O A UK K El U N dc CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers, ?c..
Nos. 4, 8 flndS PMTCIIARB-3TBEE1,
(VBAJt TUB nat coax.),
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESH EIS AND MILLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING,
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY EIND IN LROli OR
WagaaraatM to furnish EXQIMB? and BOILERS
of aa pood quality and pow, r, and atas low rates ai
caa be had in New York. Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcrofts Low-water Detect?!*.
THE ONLY PERFECT SECUPJTY AGAINST
DAMAGE FRO H LOW WATER IN
REPAIR* PROMPT i T ATTENDED TO.
Fomiary 1 v?n 9 roi
______ kV lt O M * TO 300
Kaef^w^S^P l'"'H p?wor, i 'diiiK 'ho
% d *jy *| osbrubd iori-"? Out-?
?p*f2__2r^?^ d ifin^le Mills. vVMeat
?B J|TCIT'vjfl l"d Cor:i Mills rircu'ar
b^JJJj??t Belti'ic. ko t-eml
L----* m .o'- dc-, npiivo Circular and
i r.o . List
Wi OD a MA SN si'EAii ENGIN* CO.,
February IS 6mca TJiica, New York.
Dro (?flO?S, (Etc.
FASHIONABLE DrlY GOODS.
LORD & TAYLOR
HAVING II ADE ARRANGEMENTS TO EXTEND
would respectfully inform
SOCTHBim ii C Y IL li S
thai their stock during the coining season will be
LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE
than ever bet?re, and an inspection of it before pur?
chasing elsewhere it so lotted.
tia vi as their own buyers in each of tho principal
En'opean rnvkets. th .> viii bo ?hie to maintain the
lons es aclishrd ioputa;ioa ol the bouse tor keeping
nee tvble, ssl ab e gods, o? w Ich, alf-o, their II ng
experience as tucoessful ret Hors is ample guarantee.
ibo sevo al . o ar m nts ure. viz: ?ILK-, DU >.s
GO D-, OLO'B> -HAWL>. i LO-K-. DPHULS
TtBT, LIN LN-, WHITE QOODH, HOSlc T and
GLOVE?, LADIEV and CHILDREN'* UTPtr.
TING, In each of which will bs lound goods select?
ed csoacially to meet the demands of southern cus?
Simples of New Ooods sent upon application.
LORD A TAYLOR.
Nos 461, 463. 465 A 467 Broadway, ) WB_V"-I.
Nos. 265. 257, 25J & 201 Grand-street, f "ew
.wuor, KALK WABCltOOlU:
Nos. 461 to 4U7 ii.oadway, en rance on Grand-st.
Moron 2 lnao*
DM GOODS ! DM GOODS !
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 348 King-street,
BEG LEAVE TO DBAW THE ATTENTION OP THE
PTJBLtO TO THE IB VEUT EXTENSIVE AND
WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Fresh and Fashionable Dry Goods.
DRESS GOODS, WHITE OOOD3, BILKS
EMBROIDERIES, LACES, BIBBON8
NOTTON3, H08EER7, GLOVES
TOWELINGS, DIAPER3, D2I3H LINENS
CALICOES, GINGHAMS, SHIRTINGS
SHEETINGS AND PILLOW CASING, in
Bleachod and Brown.
We invite es.poota! attention to our large Stock cf ?
Bress Goods, Cloths and Embroi?
Which will be found very complet* and reasonable.
A call is respectfully so'icited.
LOUTS COHEN & CO.,
No. 248 KUC-STKECT,
BBIWEBS MARKET AND HASEL STREETS.
WHO^EMALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG IO INFORM THE LADIES AND OUR
customers in general, ibat we have Just re?
ceived do addii'ou u> our usual stock of DOMKVllU
und PAM:}' ai, a new supp.y suitable for the
Beanti ul styles of sP.iING BRE3t GOO?, at
moUerite p.1ci s
CLOaE.t, ni ut .iuODS, POPLINS, Atc, at reduced
H' evy Balmoral fkirts at SI
Very choice ar.i ce Black Mik at $1 25
Ladies' super Merino Vests ouly tl
G od quinly Rid Gloves at 91
. eu dozen bOOP .->Kiii i S, 6U lo ?Oe.
Nice QuU'ty Spriug Callooea it J2)i seats
utuwh tmeV? celouratod Erencta CORSET, SI Ol
A fud and eompl*to assortment of Germaa and Eng?
lish HOI, Itt, fr OJ 1 :;? US
Aline a ?ortumut ot Ladies' undi, hi id re n's Silk. Ber?
lin Uo.h and Lisle GLUYiiS, elegant devlins.
A goo*] ?.'lection ol
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUTLT3
TABLE DAMASKS, Ac,
At the lowest figures
Wa would also notify our patroas (hat w- luv- ar
randed a separate doportuiont m our Store exclu?
COOTS, SHOES, nATS. TRUNKS. &c
S3" ilMIBAHCE ON CALUOUN-SlREEX
FC/KClluirYT ? Blto*.,
No. 437 KINGVaTBEET.
Decerabrr 14 Hmo
anD /urnisljinij (?aoDs.
SHIRT EMP OR I TJ 2VT ,
Dudor thu Star Shirt Sign.
^ _ _ _ir-.
I g1plil I
?-s . " " ii
SMUTS A"SD COLLARS.
Also, every Vorlotyof
GBNTLESlEN'a FUR.NIsHING GOODS,
PP.I0E3 THAT DEFY COMPETITION.
January 1 Cmo
No. 30 li road-stroot,
f hc>lot-ton. s. C.,
ifcNKICAL CO Mil I SS I ON ACERTS.
Will nilton I to Rentiu4 and Oolleotmg of Pools
and pu eh OJ and sie of blocas, Ho ii-J s, Gold,
Silver und -eal Leia c.
To the Pu-ehose ol Good* und Supplies for par'lea
in tho country upon reason ible terms.
GBOROH u uousxs.AimiMi MACBETH.
Store No. 13, Southe tide Haync-itrcet.
BY Z. li. OAKES.
Will be sold THI9 DAT, the 2d March, at the Old
Postofflce. at ll o'clock,
That three-story HKIOK STORE, No. 13, south
side Hayne-street, sow occupied by Messrs. Urah o
St Co , Leather Dealers. Lot measures 32 feet front
and 117 feet in depth; atoro 90 leet deep, and ;n com?
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stainl a. .March 2
Cilg Engine Houses and Lots.
BY Z. B. OAKES.
Will be cold THIS DAY, the 2d March, at the Old
Poatoi?ce, at ll o'clock,
Two LNG INK HOU?ES AND LOT?, belonging to
the oily, vis:
Tba BUILDING AND. LOL, eart sids Ansen
Ptreot. near ' Laurens, recently oc;upied by the
1 he Bui ding lind Lot lately occupied by one
of thc City Ruhnes, situated at the northwest cor?
ner nf Washington and ln-p>-cdou streets.
Conditions-lin f> ash; balance in ous year, with
interest. Purchaser lo pay City Attorney for papers
and stamps. March 2
0'ent'd- Residence, No 106, Matt side of St.
Philip, one door South of Morris street.
BYZ. B. OAKES.
Will bc sold TH H DAY, the 21 March, at tho Old
Postoffi. e, ai ll o'clock,
1 hit well fi; ?shed and -on.?el iWO-iND-A-H*LF
S PCUY WELLING. No 106. cast ?ide .-t. Pblhp
slreet, containing lour upright una two attic iona*.
Lar^e pantry ..nd drcssiug room, Wido c..try and
handoome t lairs, lue House meas uros 18 by 40
lest. Double pLazas suntu and east. PriTate stair?.
On ihe premises is a wed fini -hsd two story kl'oben,
beddes Urge elate na ad wall. Tbs ttwoillog ii mr
niched with iras fixture* and balls throughout Lot
measures 36 feet ire a t and 1 lb teot in de^th. Iaune
dia*o possession can be giren
'terms cash. Purchaser to pay fer papers end
?tax.pi-. March 2
Rutter, Cheese, Strips, ftc.
GEOKGE W. STEFFENS
Will sell THIS DAY, in front or bis s'ore, No. 30
Vendue Bauge, at half-past 9 o'clock,
AO tubs BUT I ER
CU boxes Cheese
2000 ib*, strip?
2000 lbs. D S Gollies
' 000 lbs Smoked ?ind D. 3. Shouldors
2000 lbs choice 8. O. Hams
Coffoo. Pigs' Feet, ka , to.
GE ?RAE W. STEFFENS
Will sell T tl IS D *Y. at the foot of Vendue Bange,
Ono BA . 1 LAO, 20 by 5 feot doer*.
Conditions cash. March 2
By virtue ol tho folio wine lax Executions, tome
dlKoted and deliveroil, will be sold 1 H IS DAY
the second day ot March, at the northeast cor?
ner of tho coirrtbouso. bet we n the hours ol ll
o'clock A. M. and 8 o'clock P. M ,
AU Ibo RIGHT, Til LE AND INTEREST of tho
defandauts below stated, in Leases not exceeding
seven years in the tollo wing n escribed property,
levi d on and to bj sold for Taxes due the btate abo
lerra9 cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
? Shena* Obar.estot County.
St. Philip and bt. Michael.
ALLSTON Estate JOHN
Huu-c and Lot soutb side Montague-street (two
e coultons iach), 16 31-82 62
ANCUTJM. frusi Estate JANE
Boase and Lot No. 218, cast side. Meeting-street
i.ot corner Klug and Qooen streets-22 7t.
i' ouse and Lot, M ou tag JO and Rutlodgo streets
CLEARY, P. M. A
House arni lot, No. ll Oharlotte-stre:t-15 87.
DALT. HEN ni ETTA.
iii usc and Lc. No. 44 Trjdd-slreot.
lioujr and Lot, corner Oh arah and Atlantio
s?ree s- 84 ti.
Nix Acre Farm, near Fowder Megizinca, o'ty
bounr'aiy aud douse and Lot, No. t34 Krog
EPSTEIN, D. & P.
Bouse and Lot, No. 369 Kinpr-street.
Hum, and Lot, No 37i King-street-113 76.
EPSTEIN, M. & P.
Uou.e and Lot Sing and Geoigo streets-85 M.
FAN ..l.t.. F.
Hun -o sud Lot. No. 17 Nawu- .<r tot.
Vaca t J.ot Mceting-streot-17 69.
HUDSON Estate JOHN.
Bouse and Lot Kutlcl^?-streo*-IB 87.
Lmmomai. lt. J. (iwo executions)
Bouse aud Lot Lihou-* rr. ot.
Bouse aud Lot Liuioaoosa-slrcet-91 SS.
MARSHALL L. F.
Lot rmtiii-street-14 IC.
Il ou o iiud Lo. Na. 10 .pring-strest-39 95.
Ai AEKI.I.? Mrs. HESTER, (I wo exocuiions)
L t south t-ido Line-street, ito.?cen railroad and
MABSHALL. LOUISA F.
Bouse ami Lol Frank li n-erreet-20 89.
H ju.-o and Lot, corner Short and Maayok streets
Hoi." and Lot, Pltl-?lreet-IS66.
House aud Lot, Bi rro fo U-stroe'-14 16.
PnrT.T.ipj. Estate ELIZA
H n e au? Lot, No. 6 Uarlcn-atrot-K 00.
PHILLIPS, L. J. ii J.
House and Lot, corner Oretn and College-*tresta
Lot No 101 Lilly Court-8 99
SCHMYDT. H.fit ate ELISABETH, (three executions)
Bous and Lot, -out'i slue Montague, between
Coning and J III-44 46.
bouse and Lot No. 09 '"pring street- 57 IC.
WASHINGTON, DIANA (I WO executions)
Huusa and L it aomh sids r>hort-stnou-15 42.
Christ 1 hur?n Parian.
76 acres of Laud-6 ll.
49 acres ot Land-8 98. -
(JAPKBA. l-l?tnt3 J. 8 (two executione)
866 acres of Laud-16 22.
CAPERS, Estate JOHN
38 i aoics of Land-10 69.
CTJJJDY, l?state WM.
HI n u und Lol, Mount Pleasant-19 55.
'AO ac. L-s cl Laud-ll 67.
460 a-ri H of Lind-ll 76.
LECARB. E.-into D.
4&: a ic - ut Lau ti-ll 76.
PEUB.FI?Y. Eiitatu A.
Lo -, Mosul Pleasant-? 03.
Rt'SE. Hl.MtY, (iwo.x culioiiu)
2tio on-soi und-2i*il.
Bicuwoi'ii B.1V ( iiroo cx3Culiocal
Cc as ros o! I an -3 62.
>t. I bomas and St. 'lennis.
JENKINS Existo JOHN (two executions)
3.2 aoroii :>. La'.id-til bl
liAouto >ITK J. (two < xocutions)
47.24 acred of Land-234 12.
LIA AM. .. IL. Enturo of (two executione
3-0 .c^o-ot Land-1917.
R uiNsuN. ALEXANDER
600a .u-. i l and-ls 49.
St. Andrew's Parish.
BrcNr.s Estate J. P.
..'J ocr. & ol Lau-1-7 35.
Lind. sL AuCr-w's-10 4?.
SIM Ur. i ii'S.
o:>0 ucics ol' Laud-Sl71 37.
St. .Juii n's Colleton.
LI OAHE, J. C. W. (. wo executions)
322 ucl ed ot Laud- '2 75.
Al IK* LL Estate h. o.
bi acm of Land- in 7%
\v iLHDN, JOHN lt.. Kx?cnror
I .and'ou fohn'* 1 laid, 2IU0aero*-6091.
WILSON, JUHN li, AdminiHiraior
Piaata.i iii on Jobn'j I-.laud, 21QJ acres-42 is.
St. J ii m es' Gooscorooh.
Bunn A G E. E^taio JOSH.
V6 uer i* bf Land-8 26.
OLA ii K ALIX i > DEB
143aoreHOt Land-8 67.
CONNIK, Esmte JOHN
40U iicres of Land-14 ll.
CACU LL B. *
EAS i-ituUNia. E. li. ,
100 aerea of Laud-912.
Lot no .r .-urnniorvIHo-9 SC.
HAUT 1. -nid S.
65.1 ?.ore? of L ind-14 42.
3IU ker? ul Land-12 18.
C.* ace s ur I.ond-3 46.
143 a r H i II LJU.I-8 8C.
KENNI DY. -> rj. ANN
: nv.tr .niumo.vdlc-1536.
Klint. M. J
KOO icru ni Lau'-1570.
LYNES, tl imo ?SAUURL
?(UOacro ol L ind-IJ 81.
IilE.vcinif.. (?. W.
ii?:ir .iinvnorviUo-B 34.
PAYNE. . .J -^IAS '
Lot near .- n;!iiorvll!c-S 3A
Pr.r.i:y J J.
l u. uear r-uinmoivi le-15 41.
Hem;..!. .. tl.
L a II : nu orville-3 92.
SOIIB'iOLlt ALfc. IL
Lo: i.eir . uimucivdle-3 62.
W INTER JuUN
111 aries o; Land-9 07.
16 aces of Land-872.
Estate Sale of Superior Household Furniture
Brussels Carptls. Oil Clotf^on Floor, Stairs
and Lobbies, Glassware, China, Crockery,
K?chen Stoves, ?re.
WM. McHAY, Auctioneer.
Will bo sold TBl? D ?Y, the 2d March, at half-past
10 o'clock, at the residence No. 236 Meeting eueot,
nearly opposite Aiken's Kow,
PARLOR t URN! l'TJ HE-Hair ?oat SpFAS, Chairs,
What-Not, Centre Table, Mantel clock, Vases. Orna?
ment", j arge Oil Paintings and Engravings tn (Jilt
ad Bosewoori I- rames, Brassils Carpo: Rugs. Mo?
hair and Lace Window Curtains. Cornices and shades,
Two Hundred Volumes Bonks, ko.
DINING ROOM F?KNII?BE, viz-Marble Top
Oak -1D?BO vRD, Marble lop Oak Pier table. Ix
tension Oak Diul g Ta^Je, Oak Rocking Chairs and
Easy ( hair, Cane scot Oak Dining Ok Are, Oil Cloth.
China, crockery, Glassware, superior Lnyaviugs,
?.c.. kc. _
Bl D-B0OM-COTTAGE 8ET3. Wardrobes, Bu?
reaus, ch ?irs, Bedsteads, Bair and Moss Mattresses,
carpets, ko . kc
Conditions cash, All articles to be removed on
day of sale. ]_Marou 2
Fordham's Barroom and Restaurant, Meeting
street, opposite Burns' Lane, fr
WiU Bell THIS DAY, 2d instant, at 10 o'clock.
CO > IBM Ta of Bar and Restaurant, and Three Bil?
'I erins c eh.
Will sell on WEDNESDAY, 3d Inst., at Ko. 126 Meet
PDRNITDRE, Stoves. Notion?, ko. Mt we. 2
No '?2 Calhoun street, with Buildings thereon
South side, near Anson-slreet, at Auction.
BY G. 31 cB IDE SMITH.
THIS DAY, the 2d of M aron.'at ll o'clock, at thc
Old Pottofflco, will be so d,
The above, oontaimng 43 feet front by ISA feet
deep OB the east line, by 153 feot on the west line,
more or less.
i?m6-One-half oash; the balance in one sad
two years, secured as usual. A liberal disccuat for
all cash. tuthaatoA March 2
Horses, Mules and Vehicles; also, Chairs, Ta?
bles, Bureaus, Extension Tables, Stoves,
Bookcase, Secretary, Carpets, Mirrors,
Desks, Piano and Jewelry, at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
THIS BAY, the 2d instant at 10 o'clock, at bis
Salesroom, No. 31 Broad-.-lre-n, will oe sold.
FRENCH ?CBR MILLS CON BS and other Sun
erica._Mar, h 2
Hams, Bulk Meats and Lard.
BY HENRY C?BIA & CO.
THIS DAY, at half-past 9 o'clock, in front of OUT
store, viii be so.d,
500 BUGAR-ODRED HAMS
2500 bulk shoulders
20 tubs Lard.
Cond i ti o ns cash. March 2
Flated Ware, Ice Pitchers, Spoons and horks,
. Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Combs, I)ry
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, 2d instant, at 10 o'clock, wo will fell at
our Auction Salesroom. No. 133 Mcotin^-st'cat.
an Invoice of PLaTtD WA Kr., on acMunt of manu?
PLATED TCB PITCHr.Rs. Tublo, Tea aad Dossert
Spoons, -ngar hells. Butter Kn von, Tooth Brushes,
Bair Brushes, Horn Dressing Combs, kc.
Ute Y GuoOv
PA NC Y AND MOTJBN NG PRINT*, Printed 6sti
nets, Koutucky Jeans. Cottonades, Bleachod and
iirown sh rting, Hine Plaids. Wool Bats, Clothing,
thins, hosiery. Cambrics, spool Cotton, Pms, Plax
'1 broad, kc, Ac.
Conditions cash. Marchi
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
Will bo sold at auolion TUM MORNING, at in
'bout IPO bushels tuRN. slightly daubed, on
board s hooucr-, ot Brown's Wuarf.
Forty Acres Farming Land tn St. Andrsw't
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY. Mar. h 2, at 1J o'clock, will be sold st
tlie old P Btoffljo.
The aleve, lying on east cid* of nnhio rood,
four mi es trom Undse Ferry, and bounded ny lands
of Pat ker, rust Magwood and Bull
T erms oash. Porch?ser to pay for papers.
Premises No. 8 West-street at Auction
BY ii. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
lHlB DAY. March 2. ut ll o'clock, will be sold,
ai the Old I'outolllce.
The PREMISES, No. 8 Wci-t-sireot,.containing a
woodon r> sidenco ol 4 rooms, lu the rear of which
is u biick dwelling of 4 moms, and a building with
a ?ai no hall. Gas, eisten Aeon the lot, which
measures 40 by 20.1 tei-t more o less.
Couuidons-One-half carh ; balance lol md 2 years,
secured by bond and mortgage, i .teresi 7 per cent,
payable semi-annually ; hu ldings to be insured and
policy assigned. Purchaser io pay auctioneerr. for
pap?is anti siami s. tusS fr arch 2
Residence No. 2 Brake-street, at Auction.
BY K. ii. MARSHALL & BRO.
IBIS DAY, March 2, at ll o'clock, will be sold
at tho Old Postofflee.
Tho above WOODEN DWELLING, containing
four square i oom s, kitchen &c. 'rho Lot, high and
dry. m. a -ure? ?QX by 124 feet
Cond don- nc-half o ah; balance ha one and
two years, -eeuro I as usual. Bulldingi to be insur?
ed and i oilcy assigued. Purohaser to pay Auc?
tioneers for papers and stsirps.
March 2 tusS
No '26 A assau street at Auction.
BY R. Ju. MARSHALL & BRO.
IBIS DAY, the 2-1 March, at ll o'ch ok, will be sold
at the Old i os ti fflce,
The atovc RL.-ll ENCL, containing five square
rooms mid allies. Lot 40 lett 7 I? ches on Nassau.
street; 3G lett on west line, by 102 icet in depth,
more nr less.
1 erm s-$350 cash ; balance in one and two years,
seemed as usual. Purchaser to pay Auctioneers for
papers and stamps. 3 J.arch 2
Dwelling, No. 60 King street, near Tradd
HY Ai. M. MARNHALL & BRO.
On 1DECD VY the Otb inetinr, at ll oVlook. will be
suld. at the Ol i Postofflee, Uroad-sircot,
Tho nb'V- WOODEN LWI-.LU.NG, ia roofod,
eomoin ng4 Square Koomi, Kitchen, Ac ; lot 29icet
ii inch s uy 130 leo de- p
Toms ? ash. PurrhaKL-r lo pay auctioneer ' for ra.
pen aun sh.mps ti.th.4 Marc i 2
B. iii. 33 AI ?SHALL & BRO.,
By virtue of an o-der lo mo din otedby Hon. George
S. li yan Jud,? <t bc Uni. ed -tates Tismct
Corni, wit ba soul at i ubilcou ory on UH -1 AY,
Uih day ot 'e.ii ch next, ul ll O'cloek A. M., at tho
Old . U tom...MI -e.
Allthai. Lui OFUNHwih th- building there?
on, .-1 uaieJ in ti.o nor hoa-t o mer of Ash o- ano
Doughty stree s: butnng auo hounding to me nor h
nu land . oi' Luca o .c nundreci uno cight}'-throo
feet i- at inc: o.; io the ca-, on lunil-> if Lue e one
hun Jr. d net. and hinds of Williams one bunni ed
lo. l; tu >hu south ou Jands nt eales and Williams
n.nely a t, and on fought] -street one nu drei) and
tenu o. an to tun we-1 ou A.-blev-st.oet two hun?
dred feet, b . the saine inor.; or lo ..
IcrniH-Dnestuiid cisn; ba'ance in ono and two
years, ccurcu bv bond and mortgugc; hui id ugo to oe
insured and nancies aR^igucd. Parahusar lu pay
es i-noe lor ijuijcryacd s.amps.
J. B. BI-KELL,
Ma: eli 2 ttl Ass -ne??.
lift DISK DKO KKK 181 Etil M'Y
William M. Bailey, et al, sss. Charles Q.
BY A. C. Wc'?ILLIYRAY,
Ou TUFSDAY. 23d doy of Maroh 18C9. will be sold,
in trout of the Old Custom ouse, at ll o'clock
AiHuiu PLANTATION OB TRACI OF LAND,
situate and being on Wadmalaw .stand, Charleston
county, moo-U'ing and containing 2u? aor.-a, moro
or less; ? ni li g aud bourn' ng noitb on Wai in-law
*ounil 'south on lands of Joseph . Wh.ley, ea ton
lauds ? Oooigo - charlock, and weston lands of Ed?
ward I.?noone ...
1 crme-One-third cash; ba'ance on a credit of
one ann two yoarB, with miena, rom day of Hale, s>
ou-idli bo d "t nun-huser and moi tnago of p.-mi?
se? Purcnaaor lo pay lor pap-ri. and etan'i s.
K. W. ii. MA- KtY,
March 3 ?u* >. t\ 0
RY WA WDLAW & Ci*RLW.
Will bo sold at 10 A M, on TBDRSDA? next, il >
iiiH a t at the Old Poetofflce, corner East Ruy and
Pro d street
Thu B it K STORK AND LOT OF LAND equ?
ated oa north i-ide of Vendue Range. ? o 28, nica
suving m 'ron. 19 feet 10 i eh;> moro or e,-; in
di'p h on W'>t line aleut r?7 i.e? B Inches; o the
back or orth lino 24 feet 10 inches; t' en-o on east
hne i nuning southward y a .ont 14 f ei; tm nen
wcatw^rd.y ub -ut 6 fee tn-nee agavi.i ou he east
Une r bing soutiiward'y aboi t 14 f et 6 i ch i ;
boun cd si'U.hwam y on Veui ue ange, WCBI staidly
on Junda of William 11 Cul<la, nor hwar.i y cu
lands ol John Wi liameon, a d oasiwirdlyou ninds
once o Joshua brown.
i rmi cash. Purchaser to pay W. * O. for papers
and stamps. Marc119
Stand?iff and Bunning Rigging and Sails, for
Account ef ike Underwriters and all Con?
BY J. A. EKSLOW & CO.
THIS DAY. the 3d i ns tart, at ll o'clock A. M., wi*
be sold oa Palmetto Wharf, alouueldc schooner
Lot Foie ead Mein Standing and H?nning BIG?
One OLD SAIL. _March 2
Positive Sale. ^
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold THI3 OAT. on Brown's Whi f, at threei
qmuters past 9 o'clock,
AO tubs choice BUT i LB
60 tubs Lard
60 bois. Flour
Lot uams, sbouldcrs and Strips'
Lot open i rockery.
Conditio.;? casb. Mtreh 3
Sugar, Strip*, ftc.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAT. in front of their atoros, at half
25 PBLS CHOICE GBOJERY SUGAR
4000 pounds Choice Strips
10 boxes Hollies
400 -houid rs
100 bbls Flour
20 sacks Coffee
15 kfgs butter._ Maroh 3
Butter, Bacon, Potatoes, Rope, $c, ftc. .
BY LAURE Y & ?LEXiNDEB?
THIS DAT, the 2d instant, will hs soil in bur Store,
No. 13T fast Biy, at 10 o'o oct.
24 tubs BUf i BR, per steamer bangate*
300 New Tork Pig Shoulders
10 bbls../Sugar-Cured Bellies
10 bbts. ?sw Tork su.-ar cn ed Stries
10 bbts. Smoked Besf
200 pound* Bologna Saus'ages
50 obis Fating and >eed potatoes
2 bbls. New orleans Molasses.
26 coils b?.Lt? ROPE.
Conditions cash. Marek2
Desirable investment-Nos. 39 and 41 Wait
W. Y. LEITCH & R. g. BRUNS,
Will be sold THIS DAT, the ,2d March, at the Old
Postof&oe, at II o'clock.
That TTVOS.O.'Y WOOOrN iJOfl?1 BNT,known
as Nos. 39 and 41 Wallstreet, two doors south of
Calhoun. Said teoemen' contains o g,it rooms. Lot
measures 86 feat front by 98 teet deep, more or lesa.
erms-Oae-thltd cash ; ba', .nco in on-, two?
three and fonr reare, with utterest property to bo
insured and pallor assigned' PurchASsr to pay Ol.
for p lae? as? stamps.
Desirable Small Dwellings at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BitUNS,
Will be said at the Old PottomT, at ll o'olcak.
THIS DAY the2daiarcb.
That small and dedra le uMULLING HOOSB,
sit?ate at tht northwest cg-nor of Amanea and
blake scree s, contalu>ng 4 roams an i o-Kb alliions.
Lot measure* 30 feet freut by AS feet in depth, moro
'J hit two story WOODEN RE?D"tN*iB adjoimag
ths ab ve, and kaowa as No. ll Biak ?-iiraat? Bona?
contains 4 roams and necessary oa:i>olldlaga. Lot'
nieasu es 30 bv 45 fo t, more or if ss.
'terms-Onehdf ooh; balance p ITS olola twelve
months wi.h ijterest. s oared by bjud and mort?
gage, with po icy ot insurance a*siga.d. Puichaser
to i ar na 1 jr papers and stamps.
Well k'pt Furniture "at Auction, No 19 Socie?
ty strut, three doors east of Meeting strut.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
Will be sold TO-MORROW, 31 InsL, at No. 19 Socio,
ty- tree!, at 10 o'clock.
HOUSEHOLD FUR.NIT BBB,
CONrlBTLKO TS FAST Or:
BEDSTEADS, BUKEAU>, Wanbutund*, Horst,
Chai s, Tables, Mattresses Pillows, (Bdr and Moss;)
Lounges, u ok cases, Chamber bet?, Wari rob as?
Window "hades, Carpets, Glassware Oro kary, Ule?
ro rs. fainlinya and Engravings.
Furniture can be inspected on Tuesday from 10 to
1 o'clock. Premises to Rent.
Terms casa._ "_Marah 2
The well-known Thoroughbred Mart, Anni*
BY HOLMES & MACBETH.
Will be sold, TO-MOKR W.'Si March atllo'olook,
in iront of our office, No. 36 1 r ad-street.
Those fine Thoroughbred M*B*S, ?NME and
KATr, .perfectly gentle in barue sand u'der toa
baddie. One oi them an ex eilejt saddle nag for a
One set DOUBLE HAKNR99, bi good order.
Extensive Ft'ate Sale of the Tupper l and*.
135 Building Loh in the Town of Aiken,
BY GEORGE L. KEACH,
Will be sold at the Town Hall In Alk un, on THIBS
D \ V, Hth of March celt.
136 BUILDING LCM S. in the iowa of Aiken. .
Terms cash. Purchase rt to pay lor papers and
Nearly ail these lots are 60 by ISO feet.
1 he wh?le tract ?ie - within tue corporate Umita of
Aiken, and contains thirty acres-wontd .naks'e ral.
nable Fruit and Market Farm, bein tba o "lr Oak
and fllokory Land in the neighborhood, 'lt viii bo
s ld entire at private sale at "an v time previous to
the above day of sole, on application to
Flt ED IC RICK A FORD,
Attorney of Estate James tupper, d?see?ed,
Marun 3 tc2 . Law . mee. ?ikea, 8. O. "
?artt0BftiV pctuate Sulta.
Residence on Broad street.
BY LO WM BES & ?KI KB ALL
So. '40 Broad.street.
At Fri rate Sale- ' '
That three Btorv BPJ :K HODSE, known ai No. M
Broad street, contai lng 6 rojm?. pantry aal dress?
ing rooms, with ki tob i ? of 4 rooms. Oas through?
out tuc House. Lot 34 b 134 lee.deep.
LOm on Butledge avenue an 1 Nunan-strect.
February 16 iud
Residence in LambM street. . *'
BY LOWNDES & fl? M BALL,
No. 20 Broavd-sirset.
At Private Kele
That laigo BESIDF.NOE, No. ll Lambel-strfot,
contitniig nine ?oem3 and dies.-i'Tg roomwater
w. rka in tuc bouse. Lut measure.- 65 by 130 feet.
Fe rua y 23_tutb?
hendenee with Largs Lot. in Ash e;i street.
BY LOUIS 1>. DeSA?-ISUilE.
At frivolo Salo- : ? ifiC?OB
lb? commodious RAPES'-Tr No 17 ashlar
street, nona cr Uo.i-etav t. and rou.Ltuoat to ttat
ledito-avenuo containing tea ro rai and paatry,
wiih witar works; Lot iu*isue< 15t> i o: front by
146 icet deep, aad is amiable of sub- ??io,on. A paly
us uh .vc, .it No. 33UdOA -S'BKb-T.
Febiwy 18_tb m tnig
(?l0ti)ing ano /urnisljing ?onis.
CIOSlNti OUT SALE.
IN ORDER TO DISPOSE OF tBB HALANOS OF
??B / . .
PALL AND WINTER
. Bo as to make room for oar
SPRSN3 AND SUMMER SUPPLIES
Which ve expect the latter pirt of this monta, SM
nan reduced the prices of our Gooda
RBUAUDL JCSS TO COST npniaWAe
TU lt IS G Till* SAMK.
Ihanklnc (ho public f jr their vary liberal patron
ase, we hope by our lair dealing to ment a contio
nan? n of tho same. We rcsp?c Tully iuvite one and
all to call and seo for themselves.
I. L. FALK & CO.,
BETAIL TEt ARl llB2?T No. 303 KING-ST,
Next to Oowperthwatt'r. F arni lure Steift,
WHOL?SAL.. DBP i?LUEKr, ?:
No. L57 IfeeUi c-streeL
february 2 IBM Opposite Ourleetoa Hotel,