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THE DAILY NEWS.
Largest Clrcnlation.-TBE DAILY SEWS
BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RE?
COGNIZED AS HAYING TBE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN TBE CITY OF CHARLESTON.
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT TBE END Ol
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LA W.
MEETI-VGS THIS DAT.
Friendship Lodge, at 7 P. Ul.
A UCTIONSALES THIS DA T.
JOHN FREEMAN, bailiff, will sell at ll o'clock,
at No. SOC King-street, a pony and wagon.
JOB FEINTING AT THE NEWS OFFICE.-For
the accommodation of our friends and the public,
we have just established, in connection with our
business, a Job Printing Office, whore wc aro now
prepared to execute all kinds of job printing with
cheapness, accuracy and dispatch. This department
of our office is in charge of accomplished and con?
scientious practical printers, and our friends who
favor us with their orders may rely upon their punc?
tual and careful execution.
REDUCED RATES OF FBXIQHT TO BALTIMORE
AND PHILADELPHIA.-The special attention of ship?
pers is called to advertisement of re.iuced freight to
Baltimore and Philadelphia, by the fist freight line,
of which Messrs. Courtenay ic Trenbolm are agents.
A COLOBED F03TMA8TEB APPOINTED.-T. K.
BaspArtas. Representative from Orangeburg County
in the General Assembly, has been appointed post?
master at Orangeburg Courthouse. This is. we be?
lia ve, the first Federal appointment of a colored man
to office in the State.
EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS.-Dr. B. A. Boae
mon (colored) has been appointed by Governor
Scott physician to the Charleston Jail.
The following Magistrates bavo been appointed :
John B. Plumeau, for Charleston; Warren D. Wilkes,
Anderson County; Wm. M. Lendermau, Greenville;
John Parker, Marlboro'; Julina Mayer, Barnwell
FENIAN BBOTHEBHOOD.-There will bo a Fe?
nian meeting held this evening, at half-pun seven
o'clock, at Hibernian Hall, to which the public bi
general are invited. Mr. Brennan, of New Fork, an
agent of tte Brotherhood, who has been travelling
In the Southern States for the last four months, in
the interest of that organization, will be present and
fully explain Its present condition and prospects.
PERSONAL.-The Columbia Phoenix of Satur?
day says :
Messrs. Beed and Simpson returned from Wash?
ington yesterday. They are not very sanguine that
justice will be rendered in their cases. The next
few days will decide the matter, however.
Mr. Thomas McFeely bas been reappointed Post?
master at Georgetown, S. C., by Postmaster-General
CHARLESTON SA VINOS iNarrrtrnoN.-The pay?
ment of the second and last instalment of 4 7-10 per
cent on the indebtedness of this company todeposi.
tors will be commenced to-day and be continued
every day until every der ositor is paid. Ihe office in
Church-street, ea*t side, nair Broad-street, will be
op?? betwen the hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P. if. each
day. Tuesdays and Thursdays will be specially de?
voted to the pa} meat of fnmale depositors.
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHUBCH. - At this
church mu:h taste was displayed in decorating the
interior. The mottoes, " Love's Bedeeming Work is
Done," " Now i< Christ risen from the Dead," " Be?
hold," '. Rejoice." were conspicuously displayed.
The Rev. Dr. Hicks preached morning and crenlug
to overflowing congregations, choosing his text in
the morning from 1st Peter, chapter 1 : verse xi. ,
At the other churches, the service* generally were ?
of the character u?uil on Sundays. i
PROMENADE COKCEBT.-The promenade con?
cert and gift entertainment at the South Carolina
Hall, in aid of the charity fund of the Charleston
Riflemen Society, is worthy of ali support on ac?
count of Its objeet, and every arrangement has been
made to make it worthy of patronage on its own ac?
count The several prizes have been on exhibition
at the establishment of Mr. A. H. Hayden, corner of
King and Hasel streets, and th? desire to possess
them will no doubt induce tho attendance of a great
many persons. The price of admission is very mod?
erate, and will be returned many times ov?r to those
who are so fortunate as to win tho larger prizes.
THE COLLEGE COMME ?-C?MENT.-The follow?
ing is the order of exercises at the College Com.
meaccment, this evening :
Praysr, by Bev. E. T. Winkler.
1. Salutatory Address, by W. C. Miller.
?. Oration, by C. P. Allston. Subject : Patient
8. Oration, by Wm. Boylston. Subject : Division
?Oration, by Wm. Brans. Subject t Labor.
Oration, by J. P. Lesesne. Subject : Earnest?
6. Oration, by Arthur Mazyck. s abject : Dury.
T. Oration, by H. M. .rimba?. Subject : Fiction
an Instrument of Reform.
8. Valedictory Adresses, by J. Alfred Martin.
0. Degrees conferred. President's Address. Ben?
THE THEATRE-MS. JOHN TEMPLETON'S FE?
MALE OPZRA COMPANT . -Mr. John Templeton, to :
whom the Charleston public ore in a great m eas ur?
indebted for the unuMiaUy lively amusement sea- <
son which they have enjoyed during the winter and
.pring, gives th's week, at the Hibernian Hall Thea?
tre, a novel and ilegant entertainment. He has se- j
lected from the star performers in sensational drama |
la New York a number of actresses, whom he char?
acterizes, in a private letter, aa the most talented and |
the most handsomely formed ladies he could And. <
and with these and the two Charleston favorites, the (
Vanes, he intends to produce some beautiful and
sparkling operettas. He promises gran variety, sn.
tire novelty and strict propriety, in these entertain- ;
meuts, whioh he intends shall be the largest and ;
non Cnhicnable audiences of the season. ,
HOTEL ABBTVALS, MARCH 27 AND 28.-Pa cition
Hotel.-W H Harvey, St John's; Captain George H
Mills, B Yorick, New York; Captain Joh TI P Wyatt,
Baltimore; G W Hawley, Oracgobur>' ; A L Lincoln,
Pennsylvania; J M Dnko, Pendleton; V U Crawley,
Georgia; J Lawrence. Adar Bluff, Ala; J W Denny,
Columbia; A Haight and wife. New York; Misse*
Alice and Isabel Vane, Miss Devine. Mrs C Henri, J
Haight, F Conley, ? S Bergan, C Webster. F Wesson,
Charleston; N P Dutton, steamship Sea Gull;L
Guthrie, Alabama; M McGarvey, Albany, N Y: W T
POrter and wife, Bright in, Ma*3; S D Lee, Auburn,
N Y; C H Foster, R h Streybton, Florida; W Smith,
wife and daughter, Chicago; H Farrington, Boston;
W S Land, Florida; Lieutenant A M Troting. USA;
CS Coe,Covington, Ga; Thos Uarr:.-ou and wife.
New York; J M Dake, Perdici?n; W il Bristoe, Cho,
S C; N J Ihouron, steamer Dicta or; W J Bttu, Co?
lumbia; J C 1 hispen, Kingstrcc.
Charleslon Hotel.-Xi N Fripp, New" Tork; EL
DeTorrcsi, Connecticut; C H Pettir.gill, laJy and
servant, Columbia; J D Ogilby, U S army;Jo'nn
Kelscli, Bhede Is'and ; D B Flint aud wile, E Whit?
ney and wilt. Boston; C Gi alum, E.'glat.d; M
Chap?n, John M Chapia, Massachusetts; T H Ha?
gen, Newport; John Foster aud wife, R Wheeler aud I
w:fe, J Wheeler, Utica,N Y; E A Ward, New York; 1
A Hutchinson, Paris, France; L Blair, A G Blair, i
Chicago; L H'Lawrence and wife, G C Taiman, AE I
Holmes, G W Shaw and wife, H al Ren.ua, New
York; L Mendelsohn, Philadelphia; W A Beano and
wife U S anny ; Mr and Mr-* D H Gauhn, child and
servant, W W Webb and wife. C B Stigcr. Mr aud
Mrs A Bonncll. M's* 3 C Ronnel. W T Baker, Mrs
S E Baker, S Vail, New York; Mrs H Harriman.
Mrs H Beinhart, Baltimore; Mrs J? Wunama, H
Lord, 8 J Bogers, New York; C i-impsou, E Rechette,
U b A; D H Wilcox, Conn; Mrs fceery, T Sewall, New
York-J B Wilson and wife, Virginia; H G Robinsou,
Providence. B I; J A Bremum, J M Crowley. W B
Telegraph Co; S A Levy, city; E G Marsh, Captain A
CHolt, Brooklyn; U S Harlt, J Toumie, New York;
fff E Whitman, Cincinnati; E J Bramhall, E H Hum?
phreys, New York; G W Aiaold, Georgia; H Solo?
mon, lady and child, Columbia.
EASTEIt SV y DAT.
Observance of the Day in Charleston
Services at the Churches.
Easter was commemorated in an appropriate
manner in mo>t of our churches yesterday. Ser?
vices of an unusual extent and character were
held in the Episcopal aud Catholic Churches,
while tho day was observed in some form by all.
The day itself and its associations arc among the
most interesting and significant which the mind can
contemplate. While being a day of religious obse. v
ance, it is also one of no little joy; and as such is
gladly welcomed throughout Christendom. The
leading churches in our city were thronged, and the
sermons were listened to with great interest. In not
a few there wera aupmcnioU vocal exorcises, which
added much to the impie?siveuoss of the occasion.
THE CATHOLIC CHURCHES
the habiliments of mourning with which they are
usually clad for Good Friday were removed, and tho
altars shone resplendent with lighted tapers and a
profusion of flowers.
At the Cathedral Chapel there was Pontifie d
High Mass, the celebrant teing Bishop P?rsico, as?
sisted by four of the clergy. Bishop P?rsico also
preached from the Gospel of the day, showing the
mystery of the Beranection to be in a peculiar de?
gree the confirmation and support of Chris ti m faith,
and likewise the basis of Christian hope.
At St Mary's Church, High Mass was celebrated
by the Bev. Mr. Northrop, the sermon being preach?
ed by the Rev. Dr. Baker, the pastor of the church.
Dr. Baker was both graphic and touching in his
narration of the wondrous history cf the death and
passion of Chrisir, and in exhorting his hearers s. ?
live and die as to rise again with oar Lord in a
parer and higher existence, he spoke with even
more than his usual fervent eloquence.
At the other Catholic churches, St. Patrick's, St.
Paul's and St. Joseph's, High Mass was celebrated
and appropriate discourses delivered by their re?
spectivo pastors. St. Peter's, the church of the
Cathou? colored people, was dressed in evergreens
with a neatness and care that spoke well for the zeal
and spirit of the congregation.
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCHES
were all more or less decorated for the Easter
time. St. Michael's was, peraapB, the most elabo?
rately decked-the goH lidies of that church having
labored incessantly daring the preceding week to
put their venerable fane in fitting trim for the
Besui rochon morn. Ihe coup d'ail on entering the
doorway waa of dazzling beauty. The whole inte?
rior seemed a wilderness of evergreens and natural
flowers, which clung in graceful garlands to every
portion of the quaint old edifice. The chancel espe?
cially was a credit to the fair bands that had so
patiently and deftly adorned it, and the chandelier
which hung in the middle of the nave was a mass of
flowery fragrance. The service was read by th?
rector, Bev. Mr. Trapier, who also preached an ex?
At St. Philips' the galleries were richly festooned
with cedar and hies; each gas fixture held a most
basket filled with real flowers; the chancel railing
was ont win d with ivy; a cross sf oedar was in front
of the pulpit, and on the front of the communion
table were three Unka of evergreen, emblematic of
the Trinity. In the rear and over the chancel were
the words: " I know that my Redeemer liveta."
The sermon was preachei by the pastor, the Rev.
Grace Church was decorated with much taste.
The pillars were wreathed with garlands of cedar,
wboie dark green was beautiiully set off by large
white roses. Wreaths of thc same material were
sur pended from all the lamps. The chancel excited
especial admiration. The railing was profusely in?
terlaced with ivy, producing a beautiful effect A
large and elegantly arranged pyramid of natural
flowers was placed upon the font, and the Gothic
window in the rear was spanned by a large arah,
displaying the words "The Lord is risen ! Hallelu?
jah I" in white marbled letters upon a blue ground.
An impressive sermon wa? preaehed by the Pastor,
Rev. C. 0. Pinckney, and a double choir rendered
the music with flue effect. The morning service
closed with the communion.
At St Paul's the decorations wero all of real
flowers; a large wmicu ui mies uuuua ?ia. - ?MU,
of violets bloomed over the font, and tho desk and
chancel were draped with a profusion of roses,
Sowers and ivy. In the rear of tb? chancel were
the words, "Christ, Our Passover." The pastor,
Rev. Dr. L?rd, preached.
St. Luke's had the font handsomely dressed with
dowers; the reading desk was als? arrayed in ti?weis
with a cross and white ground in thc centre. Peg'
toona bung on either side of th? galleries. In thc
rear of the chancel were th? words, "The Lord is
Risen." The services were conducted by the pastor,
Rev. 0. P. Gadsden.
St Stephen's, Bev. J. Mercier Green, pastor, wt.,
simply yet Uttefully decked with festoons of cedar
and white flowers. The chancel was wreathed with
evergreens. Across the wall In the back ground of
the channel were the words: " Now is Christ risen.' '
The Church of the Holy Communion, Rev. A.
Toomer Porter, rector, was also neatly adorned.
The font and reading desk were covered with real
flowers, and the chancel was Ustefully arranged with
garlands of green.
Ri POETESS' CRUMBS.-Tue public examina?
tion of the High School begins to-day at 9 A. M.
Thc annuli commencement of the College of
Charleston will be celebrated at the Citadel Square
Baptist Church this evening at half .past 7 o'clock.
Father Ryan is expected here about the latter part
0 nly three days remain for tie payment of the
first installment of city taxes.
Ihe examination of Mrs. Pinckney's school, No. 58
Basel-street, takes place tc-diy.
The instruments of the telegraph office wiU be
moved into the new office, Broad-street, to-day.
The Vane sisters and part cf thc Templeton Oper
?tta Company arrived in the city yesterday.
Ibo quo wirranto will be continued to-day.
The lecture of Rev. Dr. P?rsico, recently delivered
a St. Patrick's Church, is published in extenso in
lie last issue of the Gazette.
There have been ninety-six arrests by the detec?
tives for the past month for various offences, an evi
lence of tho efficiency of the small force now in
iharge of the office.
THE BEOBOANIZATIOX OF THE POLICE FORCE.
lbs reorganizion of the police loree, under the
new Lill, took place yesterday at one o'clock, when
there was a formal inspection hy thc Mayor and the
captain of the force. 'lhere arc now oue captain
at S16C0, two lieutenants ut ":12u0 each, two ser?
geants at S800 each, forty private? for day duty at
$720 each, and forty nightmen at $100 each. The
bill called for fitty daymen au<l forty nightmen, but
the Mayor concluded to add ten to tho daymen, aud
to that extent reduce the complement of nightmcu,
Besides the above enumeration, there are four gate
men at ?6' 0 each, six stceplemen at .300 each, two
hostlers r.t SSW each, and three extri daymen for
indoor duty al S300 each. The new organization
will go into effect ou Thursday, the 1st proximo.
Some of thc old membe s ot thc loicc have been re?
luctantly dropped, but this has beeu made neces?
sary in selecting the number under the new bill, ,
which meet its requirements. To pet on the loree i
will require au apprenticeship a? a nightman, who
has Bsrved faithfully and efficiently. Hie new force
is a tine looking body of men. ail drilled audcx;?er
eueed, aud the Mayor, in addicssliig them yesterday,
made them uuderstand their line of duty lc a few
CHARLESTON BRANCH OF THC LIFE ASSOCIA?
TION OF AMERICA.-L<-ss than a year ago some of
tho principal business uieu of Missouri conceived
the idea ot retaining in the South and West the mil
u'ons of dollars annually sent North lor premiums
on life iusuranee. To secure this end, they devised
Ihe plan of forming one large company, with
branchrs in each Southern and Western State. Ihe
premiums received in each state will beiuvostcd
there, thus making e?ch branch essentially a home
and lo-al institution, while aU th* premiums form a
part of the company's general assets, thus making it
one of tho largest, wealthiest and most responsible in
the world, lu a word, it combine; tbs advantages
of i local and national company. The benefits ol' the
plan are ?o tell-evident that the success of the com?
pany has far exceeded that of a nv other company in
the -ame time. Thc South i arolins branch ol thc
association has now been or^-anlzed, and then: adver?
tisement appears in another column. The officers
are enterprising business men, and their names, to?
gether with the merit ot the enterprise, makes its
success tn Charleston certain.
IO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Ia the statement headed "A River Tbief," in
Friday's paper, some inaccuracies occur. It is true
that a search warrant was obtained and a vessel "was
br>ard':d," but instead of a "Ihrge lot of fine jap?nica
plants being found," there tats in tte possession of
one of the hands on board a single plant, which he
said thc person called the gardener had allowed
bim to take; and that his account of the transact'on
was true, would appear from tho fact, that the
counsel of Mr. Middleton consented to drop the
prosccu'ion, and to the release of Mr. Sawyer, on the
condition of his paying th . costs, which, being a
non-resident, he did. although feeling innocent of |
any felonious ?jtout. JUSTICE.
B VS X NESS NOTICES.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RATXBOAD STOCK,
and People's National Bank Stock, are wanted by A.
C. Kaufman, Broker, No. 25 Broad-street.
. il?iUincrt) t?iwus, (ftc.
WILL OPEN HER SPRING! STOCK
OF MILLINERY AND FANCY
GOODS THIS DAT, at Store No. 429
KING-STREET. Being all new and
fresh Goods, a call from old customers
and the ladies generally is requested,
March 29 6 mwf3
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW
invites the attention
of customers and the
ladieBin general to a j
large and varied as?
sortment Of MILLI?
NERY GOODS, including DRESS TRIMMINGS,
and MadameDEMORESI'SPAPER PATTERNS.
DRESS MAKING attended to as usual.
No. 8 0 4 KING-STREET.
Built)! ni] itt ii tr ri a ls, (Ste.
50,000 ff?aib?*08 SHINGLE3
JOHN C. MALLONEE,
Office. Lumber Yard and Planing Mill,
Horlbeck's Wharf, near Northeastern Railroad.
March 29 3
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. CORDRAY & CO.,
No. 2 PRITCL7ARD-STREET,
OPPOSITE J. F. TAYLOR k CO.'S MACHINE
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
PANEL DOORS, HOT HOUSE SASHES,
MOULDINGS, kc, made up at short no?
tice, and at the lowest terms.
L. E. CO BD BA Y.C. A. TBOUCHE
March 23 3mo
Shirts an) /nrnisljing (Boobs.
Proprietor of the Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Emporium, Meeting-street, near Market, desirous
of bringing the famous
Shirts into general use; and believing that it is only
necessary for gentlemen to wear these
once to be well pleased with them, will hereafter of?
fer them to his customers
tho public generally at cost prices. His stock of
Neck Ties, Scarfs and
will also be sold at such prices as to defy competi?
tion, and if satisfaction is not
be will return the money. His charges are so rea?
sonable os almost to make buyers believe the articles
He is prepared to iriUi Shirts to order with the
utmost dispatch; and bis assortment of ready-made
Shirts is so full that buyers eau befitted ata mo?
ment's notice. For proof of these statemouts call
Star Shirt and Furnishing Goods Emporium,
Meeting-street, uearly opposite Market Hall.
January 1 (linos
TO TUE LADIES!
"IITE WOULD RESPECTFULLY STATE. OUR
Vt m:UT reart,'experience in tko manufacture
of ORNAMENTAL H ?IR WO'-K enable us to offer
to our customers the bnest sssoiTaacit of every ar?
ticle required iu our lino, trotn thc small FRIEZfiS
lo the fall Wie, em brad Og Braids ?r Switches, Coils,
Wntoi t'ai:?. Cushions, Crimpt Hair, Rands, Ourls,
TORTOISE SHELL DltESSING. TUCK, SIDE AND
FANCY CUM BS, and COMBS of every other class.
To thc Gentlemen.
WE CAN FURNISH WIGS, TOUPEES, WHIS?
KERS, MUSTACHES, IMPERIALS, kc.
To Our Customers Generally.
THE FINEST FRENCH AND ENGLISH PERFU?
MERY, ?-OAP.S, POMADES, HAIR OILS, HAIR RE
S rOKATlYE-t, COSMETICS, kc., from the most re?
spectable homes in each countrv.
Our GEM AN COLOCNE3 aro "unsurpassable.
For English and Irsnah Hair, Tooth und Nail
Brushes, Uortoishell, Buffalo aad other Dressing
Co as bs, wc challenge rivalry.
Particular attention is paid (otho making of Mo?
mente Hair Work as BREAST PINS, EAR BINGS,
PINCER RINGS, CHARMS, kc.
All outers by mail will beso Ulled that the reputa?
tion of the house fer the past thirty-five years shall
not suffer ia our hands. Always on band a fine as?
sortment of French Jewelry. A liberal discount to
merchants and the trade.
BI. di A. ASHTON,
No. 240 KING-STREET.
Januarys tul m CHARLESTON, S, C,
g B. GRAHAM,
BL A ORVILLE, S.C
Will give prompt attention to business.
T O II N D . A L, E \ A N D K K ,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT
No. 10 Brottd-titroet.
RESPECTFULLY SOLI0I13 BCSINESS IN AD
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others
and in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOOKS
either in pf.H or whole, kc._January 9
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, GARDEN
QUO. E. PINGREE.
No. 140 Meeting-street, Charleston.
JAMBS A. DUFF?S,
No. 9 STATE-STREET,
OFFERS HI* SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC AS
a GENERAL AGENT for the COLLECTION OF
Rfc NTS, ACCOUNTS, BUYING AND SELLING OF
REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERLY, and any other
Commission Business that may be entrusted to his
care. He will be prompt in the discharge of duties
and will endeavor to the best of his ability to give
satisfaction. March 12
BOOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NOBTHWEST COR
KER OF MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November 20 fmw6mos
TEAS, WINES,' BRANDIES, ?c,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.
49*Goods delivered to all parts of the City.
E. H. RODGERS
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
STENCIL STOCK AND DIES,
STEEL LETTERS AM) STAMPS
CHECKS AND TAGS
BRASS ANO GERMAN SILVER KEY
RINGS, CHAINS, dec.
BY THE GALLON OK BABBEL.
HILL'S PATENT H ANO STAMPS
BRANDING IRONS, ?ic.
No. 129 EAST BAY-STRERT,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
PS!" Call and examino specimens.
January 16 Smos
jp H. TRENHOLM.
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8, C.,
MINER, 8HIPPER AND DEALER
Sontti Carolina Native Bone Phosphate.
January ll 3mos
pUW AKD LOWNDES,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,
Sb. 1 BROAB-STREET.
WILL BUY AND SEIL ON COMMISSION, BEAL
ESTATE, Bonds, Stocks, kc Also, attend to Rent?
ing and Collecting Rents. #
March 8 mf Imo
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHER AT ?UMTER, 8. C.,
IS ONE OF THE BEST PAPEBS IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; has a large circulation, and affords su?
perior advantages as an advertising medium. Terms
low. Addres DARR k OSTERN,
February 23 Proprietors.
gHA VING AND HAIR-CUTTING,
W. E. MARSHALL,
BROAD-STREET BARBER SALOON,
No. 31 (UP STAIRS).
OFFICE No. ? 7 5 KING,
JAMES KNOX.JOIUi OILI
KA OX A. iJiLJL,
COTTO N F A C T O It S
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF. BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, RICE, fte., respect?
fully solicited, and liberal advance. m*<Ui thereon.
Orders tor UOUN aud BACON promptly executed
with cari' and attention.
A>" il 27 I-'mos?
gala ano (Cop.
STRAW HATS I
THE LARGEST VARIETY OF MEN'S AND
BOYS STRAWS ever seen in this city, can new be
examined aud purchased at STEELE'S, sign el'tho
PANAMAS, $1 58 to S7, rcido and narrow
Men's "Nobby and Nattie" Straws, 10 eeuts to S4
1200 Boys Coed Leghorn Hals, 5t and 75 cents
Men's and Boys Extra Wide Straw, 25, 50, 75 cents
Lad es' and Misses' Fine Shaker Hoods, 25 cents
Ladi*8' Hoods as low as 10 and 15 cents
Men's and Yeuths' Superier Dress Straw Hats, SI SO
Little Children's Elegant Dress Straw, 50 cts. to $2 50.
STLELE'S HAT HAT,
No. 313 King street, sign sf the Big Hat.
P. 8.-Make a nste of this. mi March 2ji
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere*
July 28 ?? lj*
WiUbonold, THIS DOT. 29lh ?net. at ll o'clocV A
M , is front of Stables, No. 5'JC King-street, near
One Black PONY and SPBING WAGON.
Levied on aa the property of B. White at the snit
of William Pogue.
Terms cash. JOHN FBEEM AN.
March 29 * Special Bailiff.
English White Lead, Silver-Flated Ware,
Watches, Dry Goods and Sundries.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
TO-MORBOW, snth instunt, at 10 o'clock, we will
sell at our Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Meeiing
stree\ on account of the Importers,
2U kees (112 pounds each) English WHITE LE AD.
Inspected and guaranteed to Le uuiform in quality.
ALSO, ON ACCOUNT OF XANUTACTUTLEB8.
SilTor-plalod Ice PITCHERS, Toa, Table and Denuort
?*pom? 6, Plated Knives and Forks, Butter Knives,
Sugar Spoons. Oyster Ladles, Napkin Bings, Gold
and Silver Cylinder Watches, Ac.
A DESIRABLE INVOICE OF DRY GOODS. Ac,
RECEIVED PER STEAMERS CHABLEbTON
Fancy COTloNADKS, Casslmeres. Kentucky
Jeans, Colored Chambrays, Fancy and Mourning
Prints, Ladle.-' Fine White HOBP, Brown Mixed Half
Hose. Roy's Half Hose. Huckaback Towels, Jaconet
and Swit-s Muslins, Dressing Oombs, Pocket Hand?
kerchiefs, Stripe and Plaid Homespun, Bleached and
Brown Sheeting. Ac , fcc.
Conditions cash March 29
Damaged Oats-For Account of whom it
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
TO-MORROW MOBBING, 30th instant, at ll o'clock,
wiU be sold, in front of nur store. No. 83 But Hay,
for account Underwriters and all concerned,
184 BAGS DAMAGED OATS, damaged on voyage
of importation. At arch 29
Damaged Sugar-For account of whom it may
concern, by order of the Spanish Consul.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.,
TO-MOBBOW, the 30th instant, will be a Did at ll
o'olock, at the New Customhouse,
03 (sixty-three) boxes Good to Choice GROCERY
Damaged on board the Spanish brig Florencia,
Lewis Montes Master, which put into this port
in distress whilst on her intended voyage from
Havana towards Santander, and sold by order of the
Spanish Consul, for tbe benefit ol whom it may con?
cern, tmtu March 29
BY A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, to me directed
and delivered, will be soil OB MONDAY, tke 6th
day of April aext, at the northeast corner of tb.?
Courthouse, between the hours of ll A. M. aad 3
0 'cloe k P. M.
All the tight, title and ln erest of the defendant in
a TR AOL ?FUND, situate in 8L Stephen's Parish,
and known as the "Motosee" Plantation, measuring
and containing 400 acres, more or lass. Bonnisa
on northeast by landa of A. Hood, and southwest by
lends of Clemens.
I.tries on and to hs sold as the proDerty of John
A. ?hirer, at th* suit of A. T. Darby, Administrator
of J. M. CroswolL
At tho same timo and p'ane,
All the rieht, title and intersst or the defendant in
all that LOX OE LAND on west side of America
streit, and bounded north by lands now or lite of D.
B. Comstock; west by lands ot Charles Dagnat;
sooth by lands of Dennis Hlffermann; east by Amer?
ica-street. Measuring on north lina 72 feet; same
on louth lino, and on sast and west lines 60 feet,
more or less.
Levied on and to be sold as tke property of Dudley
B. Comstock, under an exsoutlon in the case of Wil?
liam Armstrong vs. Dudley B, Comstock, et al.
At the soma time and place.
All the right, title and interest ot J. H. Baggelt in
a LOT OF LAND, sltnito in Bose Lane, next to tho
corner of Bogard-street, west sids, measuring 28 feet
front on Rest- Lane, by 45 feet lu depth, mere or
1 e vi ed on and to b > sold as the property of J. H.
Baggett, under an sxeoution in tho caso ot Michael
J. Tobin vs. J. B. Baggett lc Ce.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
March 15 mi 8. U. C.
Estate Sale, by order of the Executors.
BY J. T. HUMPHREYS,
On WEDNESDAY, tho 14th April, prex., at the Old
Oustomhouse, at ll o'aloek I will offer.
All that certain PUCK OB PARCEL OF LAND, In
the Town of Hummerville, immediately opposite the
new Town Hall, and known as the residente of the late
Captain Wm. Trout, measuring and oentalning one
as.-e. mors ar less: fe attics: and hounding; ts the
Gillio au iiuu ul rniuy tn?nwu, ?04 ;Bum ia uu
main road, and east and weat OB lands of lat. Baot.
Trent; together with th? improvements th tr? on,
comii tin* of aomfortable Besidesee with four rooms,
lathed and plastered, with wide double, planas,
store-room, kitsben, earrlag* home ?ni stable, all in
There is also attached a fins Vsgatablo and FUwar
Garden, and some very choise Froit Trees.
1 he LOT adjoining- the above on the east, measur?
ing and containing on? half acre, mors or Issi.
Terms-One-half oash; balases in ?BO year, se?
cured by bond and mortgage of tko paruna.er.
Purchaser to pay for papers and for ?tamps. -.
The above property oas bs treated for at private
sal? at No. 27 Broad street. m4wl Marsh 29
Valuable Plantation at Auction.
BY ALONZO J. WHITE & SON,
Brokers, Anetioneors tod Real instate
By virtue of an order of sale, to mo directed by the
Hon. Gorges. Brvan, <>udgeofthe United States
Court for tho District of South Carolina, I will of?
fer for sale, at Public Auction, at the Old Poetofflce,
foot of Broad-street, charleston, S. C., on TUES?
DAY, the 13th of April. WG9. at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that PLANTATION OR TR A OT OF LAND,
known as Sea Side, containing 1168 acrsB, moro or
less, and bounded on the north by lands if Mr. Mc
Cants, on the east by lands of Mr. Corbett, on tho
west by land of Mr. Yenning, rind or. the south by
the Sound, as per plat and survey made by Robert E.
Payne, Esq. Said Land being in Christ Church Pa?
rish, County Of Charlesto >. The above Plantation
to be sold ia subject to a lease to one Wm. Hock
ady for a period of five years, commencing on the
first November, 1867. and ending on the first Novem?
ber, 1872. Annual rent $300 to accruo to purchaser
from day of sale.
Conditions-One-half cash; balance payable m two
equal successive annual instalments, with interest at
thc rate of 7 per cent, per annum, payable semi-an?
nually, secured by bond or bonds of the pur?
chaser and mortgage of Plantation, Purchaser to
pay for papers and stain i<s.
LAWRENCE W. O'HEAB.
March 22 mwllOtul Assignee Theodore Stoney.
?luftionccrs' ?pul?ate Sales.
Residence in Charlotte-street.
BY LOT IS D. DeSATJSSURE.
At rrivato Sale
Tho WOODEN RESIDENCE on brick basemont,
on the North side of Charlotte-street, knowu by tbe
No. 22, cont .ining six upright, two garrets, one
dn-ssing-rooui, aud twoi pantries, private stairway,
two piazzas, cistern, gas, Ac. On the premies are an
excellent kitchen, and a carriage house au 1 stable.
Tho lot measures 80 loot front by 240 feet deep. Ap?
ply as abovo at No. 22 BROAD-STREET.
March 2D mwf3
Residence on Church-street, and Lol on King
BY LOT IS 1). DcSAUSSURE.
For lieut or Sa?n
Tin- THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
No. 1") Lhiirch-streot, about three minute*' walk from
Ihn Battery; containing eleven rooms, double piaz?
zas, fcc. On the premies are brick kitchens. Lot,
.lu lee) frout by ISO tcct deep.
1 h?- LOT OF LAND on Ul? West side of King.
Fintel, betwteu Brand ami Queen-streets; measuring
47 rCOt Tionl by ITS lett deep. Apply as above at,
Marchai liiwia No?S3 BUOACSTKEET.
Dwelling in Pitt street.
BY LOUIS JA DeSAUSSURE.
At Privato Sale
The WOODEN DWELLING on brick basement, on
west .-ide of Pitt-i-trCL'l, second house south of Bull
strct-t, containing six upright und ono dressing
rooms, pantry, pia xxl, gat, cirt-ru. On the premises
mo Kitchen, cari iago boase Mid stabW Lot mea?
sures ti-: 8-12 feet Iront, bv 15? i-ut deep more or lens.
Apply as above at No. 23 BROAD-SI 'BEET.
March 29 uiivf3
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
No 31 l?roail-sficct, Sontll side, near
Al Private Sale
FIRST CHM SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA?
Valuable Rice Plantations
Valuable Upland Plantations and Forms
Extendive and Valuable Mauuf ictories, Mill Sites
aud Delightful summer Residences in vartou?
parts of the South.
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS of all pizes, prie
and descriptions in every part ol the city
January 25 mwl3mo
Two Story Dwelling and Brick Outbuildings,
situate on (he south side cf Trodd street, the
third door west from King street; being
sold for division, will sell low for cash.
BY WILBUR & SON.
At Private Pale
MEETING-STREET BUILDING LOT, formerly
on which stood Charleston Savings Bank. Lot 28
feet 7 inches by 169 feet tn depth.
Apply to No. 59 BROAD-STREET, for full particu?
lars. 6 March 24
By virtue of the fellowing Tax Executions, to me
directed and delivered, will be *)ld on MONDAY
and TUESDAY, the 5th and Cth diys of April next,
at the northeast corner of the Courthouse, between
the hours of ll o clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M.,
All the RIGHT, TITLE AND IN TERE3T of the
defendants below staled in Leases not exceeding
seven years, in the following described property,
levied on and to bc sold for Taxes due the State and
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
Sheriff Charleston County.
St. Phillp and St. Michael.
H ?use and Lot No. 112Meeting-street-$9 56
ANCRUM, Trust Estate
Honae and Lot No 218 Meeting-street-17 20.
Bon?? and IVs; eouth side Calhoun-street-21 59.
BULL WINKL i-, fl.
Hons? and Lot east side Redon's Alley-22 59.
BAKEN, THO*. D.
Lot west side Rutledge, between Springend Line
Lot wost side Rutledge-street-7 99.
Lot east Bide America, between Beid and Am?
BROWN, Mrs. SI. and JAMES JOHNSON,
Hau.? and Lot south side Bogard-strest-22 69.
Barm, 6 acres. Main Road, between Forks and
Four Mlle House-10 5?.
BOON, Trust Estate M. G.
Hon ?o and Lot, pout ti side Bee-ttreet-20 89.
Boase and Lot, east sida America-street, between
Reid and Amherst streets-16 77.
Bous? aid Lot east side America-street, between
Amherst and the Mali-14 07.
Hons? and Let south side Bogard-street-13 22.
BBBBT, Estate M.
Yacant Let c 'rner King and Queea streets-U 07.
CAMPBELL, M. F.
House and Lot, No. 53 Charlotte-street-22 75.
0LEABY, P. M.
House and Lot. No. ll Charlotte^treet-17 87.
Mouse and Lot, corser Mount and BuUedge-atreets
CHAPEAU, Estate MAE? E.
Hons? and Lot, No. 43 Spring-street, asd other
House and Lot, north tide Bull-street-23 59.
COLLINS, J. P.
House north side Beaufain-street, between Lynch .
and Gadsden-10 ll.
Lot 1B King-street-:8 33.
Bouse and Lot, No. 41 Tra dd-street-?3 45.
House and Let, No. 689, west side of King-street,
and Hosie and Lot, No. 216, east tide of Meeting
street- 27 70.
ENBLAND, W. J., Trustee.
House and Lot, Meeting-street-66 19.
ELLIOTT, Dr. T. O.
Lot, east side Savage itreet-9 75.
FULLER, E. H., Trustee
House and Lot No. 147 sonthaide Calhous-street
balanee due 4 88.
House es city land north- side Calhoun-street
GLOVES, CATHARINE .
House and Lot east side Nassau-street, between
South and Beld streets-8 54.
GERARD, J. P.
House and Lot south ?ide Bogard-street-9 81.
GarxLABD, Estate H. G.
House and Lot east side America'street-16 77.
HlCXB, H. H.
House and Lot Marsh n,rcet.
Hosie and Lot Dun can-st rest and ?caer property
balance due 19?,
HAUILTON, PAUL and Wife
Two houses and Lot, south sile Bogard-street
HERIOT, Mrs. ir. E
House and Lot n?rth side Cannon-street-ll 95.
Four Tenements, ea -t side Alkcn-Btreet-14 07.
HUDSON, Estate JOHN
Bonse and Lol Rutledge-street-16 87.
KINLOCH, Estate Ki CH A RD
House and Lot south side Bull-street-18 33.
LOFEZ, Estate M.
Lot la Frisad-street-14 07.
LlMBHOUSB, R. J
?ouse atid Lot Elliott-street.
Heus? and Lot Umehense-street-72 37.
Hons? und Lot ?ast sid? Smith-street, between Cal?
houn and Yanderhorit street?-7 65.
Lo RD,Trust Estate CATHABUTE A.,and Children.
House and Lot, Y?rnon-s?reet-17 8?.
Hone? and Lot, N?. 19 Spring-street-40 95.
MATTHISSSKN, WM., agent.
Lot In Butl?dg?-str?et-12 71.
MIDDLETON, JOSH, Trasteo.
Bsildlsg northeast sorn?r Bast Bay and Yander?
tarra wharf- 71 35.
MOORE, MARIA C.
Building on city land Berth side Calhoun-street
House and Lot, east side Amerira-etreet, between
Bald and Amherst-ll 83.
M AR ELEY. Ure. H.
Let is Line-itreet-10 85.
MATTHEWS, mut ato, J. B.
Hosie and Lot, cast side Meeting-street, bitween
Lin? and Columbus-18,
MIHBS, D. W.
Let sonth sid? Bogard-street- 9 81.'
House asd Lot, ionia aide Char lo tte-street-16 77.
MCCALL and vnfo, ?. (two executions)
Boan asd Lot, Ne. 48 Church-. tr??t-113 20.
MABSHALL, LOUISA F. r.two executions)
Two Lots. Smith-street, between Queen and lean
MARSHALL, Estate ELEAXOB
Horne and Lot, Nos. 2 and 4, east sid? Wall-street
MCDOWELL. JOHX T. (three elocutions)
House and Lot, north tide Wentwerth-atreet, be?
tween King and Vesting- 38 57.
NOBMAN, Batato H.
Honn and Lot ls Church-street-SI 35.
O'CALLAHAH, CHAS. O.
Basse and Lot wist sid? Ansos-street, between
Anorte and Calhoun-22 59.
OTTOLEKOUI, ISRAEL AXD DA MEL.
?toro No. 28 Yendue Bang?, House and Lot Nos.
2C and 22 Broad ?ireut -3? 50.
BARBER, Trustee F.
Horse and Lot Pitt-Street- 49 65.
PATTEBSON. F. J. C.
Honn and Lot louth aid? Drake-street-H 07.
PBIBB, 8. D.
Bowe end Lot north sid? Burns Lane-29 59.
PRICE, Estate PHILIP 8.
House and Lot No. 72 5pring-strsat-18 15.
FIN CES EY, Batate Mrs E.
Hons? and Lot esnth aide Broad, between King
anJ Friend streets-92 78.
PA TY, Estate JAMES (two executions)
Hons? and Lot No. 1 Greonhlll-atreet-37 82.
PBIOHABD and Children is Trust, L. C.
Lot Morlbiek's Allay-13 06.
PHILLIPS, L. J. and J.
Huna? and Let corner Green and College-Btreeta
bale I on Marchandiii-18 33.
RICH, GEO ROE C.
Ya?ant Lot weat ?id? Ffrcy-striit-7 49.
BICH Mrs MARY
House and Lot south side Bogard-street, and other
ROLANDO, F. G.
a?uee aud Lot Nos. 9 and ll Magazine-.-treot, and
oth?r property-25 99.
Ri VEHS, MARTHA ANN
Hons? and I ot north sid? Queen-street-i 07.
RYAN WM. B., (two executions)
flou'so and Lot No. 35 Pitt-street, betwe:u Bull and
Let south side Broad-street-4815.
SMITH, Mrs. K., (two executions)
Farm, two ucres-8 90.
Hi'uae aud Lot south side Cannon-street-12 37.
Bouae and Lot Rutledge Avenue-19 15.
SULLIVAN, Estate M. X.
Lot in Anson-etreet-ll 57.
liouic and Lot King-street-ll 07.
P-HECUT, Estate L. A.
Hom? and Lol we^t side Titt-street-31 ll.
SCHEPER JOHN S.
Houa? au<l Lot north side Callioun-street-22 59.
STROTJB, Battle CATHARINE B.
House and Loi north side Moms-street-ll 07.
SCHMIDT, Mrs. ELIZABETH (three executions)
H..H?o and Lot south side of Montagus, between
coming and Pit! ?tie? 8-17 45.
TURNBULL, Estate A. 13.
Lot west side Logan-street-ll 49.
TODD, Mts. EVELEEN
House and Lot west side Nassau-street, near Co?
THABIN, M. C.
Houte and Lot w?st side America-street-7 65.
?HORN, Estate REBECCA (tbroe executions)
House and Lot esuth side No. 22 Oalheuu-street
WILSON, MABY E.
House aud Lot, south side Bogard-street-14 07.
WALPOLE, N. E.
Houte and I ot, north side Norman-street-37 37.
WHITTET, Estate E.
Two Houses and Lots, No. 122 St. Ph?ip-street
WHITE, Estate Mrs. ELLEN
House and Lot, No. 13 Tradd-street-10 66.
BYRNES, Estate J. P.
ISO acres Land-$10 35.
POSTELL, P. 8.
- acres Land-14 25.
76 acres Marsh Land-818 li.
BBOWN, Urs. C. L.
49 acras Land-10 98.
CAPERS, Estate J. S. (two eieoatiooa)
366 a ?TM Land-22 70.
FREEMAN, Estate HENEY
219 acres Land-13 67.
LEOABE. Estate DAN.
450 acres Land-14 76.
4M) ac .-og Land-14 70.
Lot in Mount Pleasant-10 65.
PEU 31 FOY, Estate A.
Lot io Mount Pleasant-905.
ROSE, HENRY (two executions)
290 acres Land-29 31.
RICHWOOD, B. P. (three executions)
60 acres Laud-37 53. -
225 acres Land en Palmetto Point-ll 99.
WHILDEH, W. H.
1500 acres Land-24 65.
St. Thomas and St. Dennis.
JENKINS, Estate JOHN (two executions)
312 acres Laad-$26 67.
Luaxs, Estate T. B. (two executions)
300 seres Land-23 07.
LACHICOTTE, J. (two executioas)
4724 acres Laud-284 12.
St. John's ColletOB.
LEGARE, J. C. W. (two executions) ... .
322 acres Land on John's Island-8*7 75.
HIZELL, Estate E. 8. (two exeoatioos)
88 acres Land on Idisto Island-30 75,
st. .roan's Berkeley. '
BAixBTrrsE, Estate ISAAC J.
260 acres Land-9 4L
DAVIS, Estate JOHN N.
680 aeras Land-18 63. *
Wiimre, Estate R. 8. P.
600 acres Land-9 66.
BRTKSEX, ISAAC (two executions)
9680 acres of Land-838 A4.
BRYAH, JOH* M. (two executions)
800 acrei of Land-18 20.
OAHXOB, W. H. . '. .7 .
1748 aerea of Lan?-23 05.
CANNON, W. H., ST.
- aoxes of Land-9 76.
1600 arsres of Land-10 68.
HICKS, H. H.
- acres of Land-ll 87.
LorroN, J. J.
- asroa of Land-13 34. .
MONEY, JOHN (three ex?cutions)
1000 acres of Land-26 85.
PORCHER, Estate H. P. (two ex?cutions)
188 acres of Laad-ll 90.
PHTTJITPS, Estate S. T.
1880 acres ol Laad-ll 82.
PoBOHEB, Estate T. C.
2480 aares of Laud-13 36.
PL m, Mrs. A. E. (two executions)
1690 acres of Land-3188.
PIT KIN, E. (two executions)
6080 aerea Land-88 68.
RODGERS, Estate Wu.
760 M ree Land-10 <5.
SNOWDEN, Estate Wu. (two executions)
960 aerea of Land-24 4L
WARING, Dr. f. 8.
- acree of Land-15 65.
St. James' Goose Creek.
4480 aeres of Land-$43 76.
BURBAQB, Estate JOSHUA
28 aeres of Land-$26
COSTLY, FORCE A CO.
800 acres of Land near Ladson's BOM-33 13,
EASTHBLISQ, E. M.
100 aeres of Land-ll 13.
GAILLARD E. M.
260 Mr es tr*
Lot usar Summerville-10 38. j
HABT, ?. 8. ' ?ffa
6J8 acras of Land-16 43. . * .'
JOIN EB, LEMUEL
143 acres of Laud-9 86.
KEITH, M. J.
600 acres-17 70.
KENNEDY, Mrs ANN, (two exeoutions)
Lot nair Sommarvilla- IS 38.
LEHES, Estate SAMUEL
10.0 a cr?? of Laud-17 8L
ME ACHES, G. W.
Lot near y ummerrille-10 84.
Lot near summerville-10 S4.
PERRY, J. J., (two executions)
Lot near Summerville-80 83.
ROBERSON, R. ~
Lot na Ar Summerville-s 92. .
8EROSES, Mrs. MAST
Lot in Summerville-9 93.
314 Acme of Laud-13 91.
111 aerea ol Land-1067.
TO ?T,D oTT-wna-io -ra.
St. James, Santee.
BATES, O. Z.
-acres of Laad-13 53.
3100 aerea of Land -14 39.
BBENSEN, J. R.
-aerei of Land-19 76.
BALL, WM. J.
1082 arres of Laad-38 88.
GUSSRY, W. 8. (four executions)
800 sores of Land-44 39.
Lo ETON, Estate J. H.
CS06 acres of Land-19 16.
PEP KIN, E.
1287 acree of Land-ll 37._Marsh li
By virtus of an order of salo to me directed, by tho
Hon. George al. Bryan. Judge of tho United State*
Court for the District or South Carolina, 1 will
ofter for eal? at psblio auction, os tho ant MOB.
DAT in April next, at 13 o'olook IL, at Barnwell
The following BEAL ESTATE:
All that LOT OF La ND. with improvtmeatS.
thereon, In the tows of Wilna ton. BarnweH County,
known as the Bogacbia Lot, bounded Borth by lan?a
of the es ute of E. Willis, East hy a lot known aa th?
Beasly lot, hereinafter described, South by tat
Sooth Carolina Railroad, and West by lands of W.
Graham, containing in front 145 feet wad la depth 118
All that LOT OF LAND, ia the said Town of WI1
liston, in eatd Conn ty, known aa the Beaslylot,
bounded North by lauds of J. H. Willis, East by
lauds ot Glllatpy, South by lands of South Carolina
Railroad, and W. at by the Bogachie lot aforemos*
tioned. containing GO feet by 140.
Also, all that LO C OF LAND ls said Tows asd
County, known as Lot No. 4, bounded North by s
street thirty feet wide, East by landa of Glllaapy,
South by landa ot Glllsspy and J. H. Willis, asd a
lot known as the confiscated lot of the estate of R.
Willis, and Weat by a street twenty feet wide.
All that LOT OF LAND, in the Town of Bamber*,
in tko said County, known aa lot No. 10, Rangal,
boucJed North by Railroad Avenue, Rast by W. SJ.
Bamberg's lot, South by Bro id street, and Wast hy
All that LOI OF LAND in the said Town of Baas?
berg, County aforesaid, known as Lot No. 13. Basto
1, bounded North by Railroad Avenue, Bast by
landa of W. 8. Bamberg, South by Broad-street, asi
West by lands of O. B. Fauit
A" that LOT OF LAND in said Tows asd County,
known as Lot No. 6, Bange 1, bounded North hy
Broad-street, East by Boundary-street, south by
land of W. 8. Bamberg and G. W. Barr.berg, Weal
All that LOT Of LAND in said Town and Oosaty
known aa No. 3, Ronge 3, bounded North by Black?
bird Alley, East by Washington-street, South by
lands of G. W. Bamberg, and West by Calhoun
Also, half of LOT NO. -, in said Tows asd
County, bounded Notth by lands of South Carolina
Railroad, asst by lands of P. 0. Alles, South by
Broad-street, and West by lands of G. W. Bitten,
1 erins-Oar-half cash; the balance is ona year
from the day of sale, ee cared by bond or bonds of
the purchasers, bearing interest from tho day of
sale, and mortgage or mortgiges of the premisas;
hui i.?inga to be insured and poboie' assigned. Par?
chasers to pay for papers amt stamps,
FRED ER! K J. SMITH,
Assignee Esta e Goo. Hoffmann.
US" Notice ls hereby given, by order of the Court,
to all persons who may have or claim any special or
gen.-ral lien on the above property to come forward!
aud prove their said lieus before J. C. Caroester.
Esq , Keg strar m Bankruptcy, on or before tho 21st
inst., or bc forever debarred ot any special lien on
the luiids arising from tho sale of said property,
whereof notice shall be given to the Assignee afore?
said on >r before the dav of sale.
FREDERICK J. SMITH,
Assignee of Geo Hoffmann, Bankrupt.
March 8 m4
ASSIGN EE'S SA I.EA? WALTUBBUKO,'
By virtue of an order to mo directed by the Hon.
Georges. Bryan, Judge of United Mates District
Court tor !-outh Ca'Oiiua, will be sold at public
outcry at Walt?rboro', H. C., on sa'es-day next,
being MONDAY, thc- 6th day of April. 1869.
All that DODY OK TRACT OF LA^D, situated in
St Bartholomew's Pari-h, ^oll ton County, 8. 0.,
on the pouth sido ol Edi ?to River, and on the head
waters ot Island Creek and Red Bank Creek. Butting
and bounding to the not th on lauds now or late of
John E. Meister H Co., Petor W. Reutz and Eldred
Spell; to the south on lands ol J M. Raynor, James
J. Jennings and John ?. Meister & Co ; east on lands
of the "Saw Mill Company," now or late ol John E.
Moister 4 Co., and weston Lands of Lewis E. Linder,
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year, secur?
ed by bond of the purc?aser an i mortgage of the
premise?. Purchaser to pay assigne? for necessary
papers and stamps. J B- gMaglJi,
March 12 fm8 Assignee of Hutson Lee.
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN E?NG AND 8T. PHILIP.
LDMBEB OF EVES Y DESCRIPTION ANTJ
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIMB and PLASTER?
ING LATHS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also, GBOOYE AND TONGUB BU ARDS, Aro., caa
stoutly on hand at the lowest market prices.
September 13 m thal yr