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THE DAILY NEWS.
Largest Circulation.-THE DAILY NEWS
BEING TBE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RE?
COGNIZED AS BATING I BE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN TBE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES TBF. LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN TBE POSTOFFICE AT TBE END OF
EACB WEEK. ACCORDING JO TBE PROVIS?
IONS OF TBE NEW POSTOFFICE LA W.
MEETINGS THIS DAY.
Palmetto Encampment, at 7 P. M.
Solomon's Lodge, st half-past 7 P. M
Palmetto Firo Companv, at 8 P. M.
Charleston Hook and Lauder, No. 1, at half past 7
Charleston Mechanic Society, al 8 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS D*Y.
?hertff E. W. M. MACKEY will sell between
. the hours of ll and 3 o'clock, at tho Courthouse,
leases, not exceeding seven yeats, of property in
A, C. MCGILLIVRAY will se'l for the SherifT. at ll
o'clock, at tho rour'bou>e. u lot of land.
- LEITCH A Bnm swill sell at ll o'clock, at th? old
Po-tomeo, a lot of land with buildings thereon.
KNOX, DALY & Co. will sell at lo o'clock, at their
salesroom, corner Meeting and Wentworth streets,
furniture, glassware, Ac^
JOB Ptormro AT THE NEWS OFFICE.-FOT
the accommodation of our friends and the public,
wo have jua* established, in connection with our
business, a Job Printing Office, where we aro now
prepared to execute all kinds of job printing with
.cheapnafcs, accuracy and di -patch. This depa: tmcnt
of our office is in charge of accomplished and con?
scientious practical printers, and our friends who
?vor us with their orders may rely upon their punc?
tual and careful elocution.
G BXFFTTH GAUNT.-A new, neat and ch erip edi?
tion of thia somewhat cel?brate? novel has ju?t been
issued by the Harpers, and may be had at Holmes'.
It is handsomely illustrated and is sold at twenty
LOST AS? FOUND.- The I033 of a pair of gold
spectacles was advertised on Saturday in THE NEWS,
which every ons reads, snd by quarter-past 9
.'clock the mia jiu c articles were delivered to the
bookkeeper of IHR NEWS' establishment. "Com?
ment ls unnecessary."
THE Cm. .LESTON PBESBYTEBY, we learn, will
assemble on Wednesday evening next at the Glebe
street Presbyterian Church, and probably be ia
sesi?n dnrirg the remainder of the week. Each
ea vening dorins the session there w T bo religious
servicea at the church.
FIRE ZN THE SUBURBS.-Tho piazza of the
dwelling house r f Mr. Wood, one of the farmers
near the city, caught fire yesterday from some
sparks which flew ont of a foul chimney. For
tuna ely lhe Bte was discovered before it had made
too much pro ross to be easily put out.
THEATRE.-Positively tho last performance
but one of Mann ?er Templeton's Company takes
place to-night The emotional dr ima of "Camille"
is to be presented, with Miss Alice Vane, we presume,
in the lead in ' p1 rt. On Wednesday cvoning the com
panyis announct-d to appear in Augusta.
THE "CAROLIN \ DRAMATIC CORPS" pravo one
of their delightful e<iter'ainmenta to a crowded
house on eriilav evenii g. The programme was rich
and varied, the achng perfect, and the audience re?
tired fully convinced that they wero tho most tal?
ented amateurs in tho city. We wish the club all
THE STATE COUBT-HON. B. B. CARPENTER,
PasfiiDrNQ.-In the Common Pleat.-On Saturday tho
Jury etamd with the ciao of bavne rs. the ln.-ur
aaoe and rm -1 Company of Charleston, having failed
to agree upon a verdict, were dis harged under the
recent ?ot of the Legislature. No other causes of
public Interes: wore heard.
PAYMENT OF INT?R?T.--The January, 1869,
interest on the first mortgage and guaranteed debt of
the Greenville and Colombia Railroad C~mpany,
will be paid at the Columbia office on and after the
8th instant, piovided that the holders of the bonds
will fund all interest accrued np to July 1,1868. in
guaranteed bonds of the company.
ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE.-A very un fortunato
character In this city, well known as Major Fielding
triol to commit ruiaido by drowning himself ni At?
lantic dock on Saturday. His movements were ob?
servad by gentlemen nearby, who succerded in frus?
trating hts purposes. He was evidently und r the
Influenoe of a melancholy auperindueed by distress
CONFIRMATION AT THE CATHEDRAL CHAPEL.
Yesterday morn IPR ninety-seven yung poisons
were eonflrmed ac the Ca.h*dral "Chapel, Queen
street. Seventy one youne ladles marched from the
Academy of the Si - tere lo the church, where bishop
P?rsico addressed them prior to administering the
sacrament. In the evening there waa a renewal of
baptisaal vows, when the Bishop again addressed
PROJECT TO REB?TLD THE INSTITUTE HALL.
An informal Beating of HI veal of the directors of
the Agricultural Institute was held at the Charleston
Hotel on Saturday evening, for the parp?se of arriv?
ing at soma conclusion in reference to the rebuild?
ing of the Institut? Hall. It re ms there is a mort?
gage on the lot (the o d theatre site) of fifteen thous?
and dollars, held by the citv. and an effort will ba
made at tho next meeting of Council to tu ve the lien
waived, in order to facilitate the project. If thia
movement can be carried out, it is thought the Board
of Trade may be induced to combine with the Insti?
tute and locate lu the new building the reading-room
they have in vie-v.
PRESENTATION TO COLONEL ANDREW?_A
special meeting of the Chamber of Commo:ce will
be held to-day for the purpoae oi presentiog a testi?
monial to Colonel A. O. Andrews, the late president
of the Chamber. During the many years that he
pre?id?d ovor tao d -liberations and the festivities of
the Chamber, Colonel Andrews was a worthy repre?
sentative of the culture, tho commercial spirit and
tho generous hospitality of tile merchants of Charles?
ton; and when al thu Ute anniversary be declined
re-elo:t1on, it w<s felt that uo ho lld ca ry with him
into privato Hf* eomo v:s bio emblem of tho regret
and regar I of his foliow-mombors. Tho presenta
tion>wUI take place ut half-past TJ o'clock, in tho ball
of the State Bank.
THE STATE INSPECTORSHIP OF GUANOS, etc.
Perhaps no appoint mu ot nuder tho pre-cut State
government has bein moro Judi; lou ly be-towed.
than in the desiguation of Professor C. U. shepard.
Jr., as state Inspector ol On mo*. It is of tho list
importance to tho interests ot our merchants aid
planten that the p >sitiou should be Ulled by a
thoroushty competen: chemist. Not only wis th's
domanded lor the i.rotec ou ct our agriculturists
against spurious and inferior "fcrttliz rs," but the
official stamp of a properly qualified inspector will
go far to establish the commercial value uf our own
phosphates and help to introduoo them to the
markets of the world.
Dr. C. U. fheoard, Jr., is almost a born chemiot.
Ho was educated nuder tho imm?diate supervision
of his father, 'or many years distinguished as one of
the foremost protea-ors of physical soienee tu amer?
ica. To oompleto this excellent tralnlns. Dr. Shep?
ard, Jr., pursued thin specialty for five years in
Germany, hnl->hina his couran un 1er tue tuition of
. Dr. Moah.er, of G-ittingoj, and gaming Q0 n,t!e
credit by his inanuural ess ty on au abstruse ques?
tion in analytical obemiBtry. During the past two
winters he his beeu aviating his father in the Labo?
ratory of the Medical ."olleno of South Carolina, and
lecturing on organic cbotnistry. In connection with
his professional Lb irs, he bas bom engaged in
miking tarions analyse?, and among them many
cf joaTve phosphate earths.
Ve learn thai Dr. O. ?. shepard has resigned bis
professorship in tt e Medical College, and that Dr. C.
TJ. 8hepnrd, Jr.. baa been elected by the Trustees
and Faculty to fill tua place so long and so ably oc?
cupied by bia lather.
THE NEW UNITED STATES COURTHOUSE_lt
is not generally known tbat in the last hour* of tho
reeeut session of Congress, an appropriation of
$16.f 00 was maile for tho purchase of thc building in
this city known as the club House, and for flttiug
up tuc same tor tho use ot tbe United Mates Court?.
Judge Bryan, we learn, ha? directed that the eircuit
sesMon of his court, wb ch commi-nces to-dav, shall
be holden at the until hour at tho Club House to?
day, instead of at tho Gadsden Mansion iu Broad
street. Jurors, members of thc bar, and others in?
terested, aro requested to govern themsoivcs ac?
DEATH OF AN ESTIMABLE LADS.-The Abbe?
ville papers announce the death on the 27th ult.,
after along au 1 patntul Illness, of Martha Calhoun
Burt, wife of Hon. Armiatead Burt, in the 58th year
of her age. Mrs. Burt was the daughter of William
Cslhouo, of the Callouu Settlement, in the District
of Abbeville. After she married, ber husband bemg
a lawyer in practice at AbbeviUi village, she resided
there until Mr. Burt was elected to Congress in 1842,
after which event sho spout muoh time in Wasbmg
ton City, where she lived on tho most intimate terms
wiih ber uncle. Hon. John C. Calhoun, Qeneral Geo.
Mc Duffie, anl others Utile less distinguished, until
Mr. Burt voluntarily retired from public life, and re?
turned to Abbeville. After re&idisg several years at
Orange Hill plantation, on Savannah Biver, Mr. Burt
returned auain to Abbeville Courthouse, where Mrs.
Burt died, ?nd, amidst a large concourse of pym pa?
th! zing friends, was buried iu the cemetery of Trini?
ty Church on Easter Hunday. Mrs. Burt was an ac?
complished ladv of the old scheoL Sprung from a
family distinguished for wealth, Intelligence and
position, ard possessing high personal qualities, she
united the highest breeding with the utmost frank?
ness and cordiality of manner. Always particularly
affable to the young, she was ?he leader of every cir
cle m whioh she moved, whether in the quiet, refin?
ed society of her native district, or amona the dis?
tinguished orators and statesmen who were delight?
ed to surround her in Washington.
REPORTERS' CRU MD 3.-The entertainment
of the Germania Bond couve off to-night
The annual me tin.1 of tho Stockholders of the
Northeastern Railroad takes piale in this city on
Wednesday next, and the meeting of the Stock?
holders of the Blue Bidge Railroad on Thursday fol?
Ihe Commissioners of the Public Markets elect a
Weigher for the CaUioun-street scales on Wednes?
Colonel Wm. L. Trenholm will address the Board
of Trade, at the Hibernian Hall, on Wednesday eve?
Strangers visiting this city will find steamers and
yachts making trips to the vinous fortifications,
islands, Ac, in the harbor, and an omuibus line
running to Magnolia and tho suburbs from the
corner of Line and Meeting streets.
The new steamor Oeorgia, which passed through
the city, played a solid stream two hundred and
thirty-eight feet, with ono hundred ?nd forty pounds
of steam on, 'nd burst staunch India lubber bose
before sh? was fully tc-ted.
On the 12th instant, the City Sheriff will advertise
for sale, real estate under executions for unpaid
returns lodged with him,
Among tho nominations sent to the Senate by
President Grant on Fridav, we notice the came of
R. J. Donaldson, as Collector of Internal Bcvenue
for the First District cf South Carolina.
Twelve persons wero confirmed at tit. Mark's
Church (colored; yosterday by Bishop Davis. The
sight was quito interesting.
signor de Vivo, manager of the Brigooli Opera
Troupe, reaiho I the city yesterday, to mik: arrange?
ments tor three grand performances tobe given here
by his company.
John B. Hubbard, Stato Con'table, will be at the
Charleston Hotel to-diy wirb funds to pay off the
pp rc a! constables, who acted at tho last election.
'1 here were two immersions at the First Baptist
Church yesterday-a young man and a young lady.
1 be rumor that the municipal authorities had in?
terfered with the lurial of the remains of a lady in
St Michael's Church yard on saturday, was without
foundation. Tt e objection was to opening a vault
in violation of an ordinance.
THE SPRING UTERA SEASON -Not the least
striking evidence of the changed aspect of affairs In
the South, as cn m pared with last year, is tho approach
of a muon brtter and more COT(17 ciaos ur amuse?
ments than any whloh have yet been presented to
our people. The purveyors of public amusements
are shrewd fellows in their way,and can ?cent from
afar off the e> tent of the loose change In the pockets
of a community. On Saturday evening next we
shall have the first of the three representations
which Brigaoli's 1 isked opera company are to give
in ?H?rtesten. The engagements of the company
will only enable them to give a night's performance
en Saturday and Monday, and a matinee on Tuosday.
Of Bnguoll hlm-olf it ls needless to speak. His pop?
ularity as the sweetest living ton r is world-wide.
Ihe corps of artists by whom he will be assisted
have all and each well-established reputations In
their various roles. Among these is the young
Charleston prima donna, M'lle Durand, of whom a
^jew York cetemporary says : " We are now ready to
predict for her a more successful career than any
American pnma donna has ever yet achieved.Her
native city ought surely to give ber a rousing recep?
Nor ls this alL The indefatigable Gran, who is
now in New York, announces that ho will visit
Charleston with a large and powerful opera troupe
during the latter part of the present month Mr.
Grau appears to have arrived in New York at the
right time for bis plans. The season there ls about
ending, the compinies breaking up, and the mem?
bers seeking new engagements. Thus he has been
enabled to secure an excellent corps. It will be de?
cidedly tho b st and largest troupe that bas ever vis?
ited the south, comprising not less than forty five
members, with a full and good orchestra and power?
ful chorus- French and German opeias. by the
great masters, will be given, and we are promised nn
ent> rtainmeat which shall be first class in every par?
- Amone tho operaa to be produced are Mozart's
Don Giovanni; Meyerbeer's Robert L'Diable, and
Les Huguenots; Beethoven's Fidelio; BwsmiV
William 1 ell; Donizetti's La Favorita. The troupe
begins a short engagement in Oaltimoro on the 12th
instan t, und will come thence t irect to Charleston,
opening here probably on the 19 h instant
HOTEL ARRIVALS, APRIL 3.-P-ivMon Boret.
F Crawford, wifb. daughter and child, Portland, Me;
Geo W Evans and lady, Philadelphia; Joseph Borra,
New York; 0 H Klini?tter, Balt'mor.-; R Uamu. Jno
C Jacobs. Vilwaukio; W Woodson, New Yorfe: A M
Corrio. Florence; John Sturdovant, B D Sturdovant,
Pennsylvania; J W Dent, Colum lia; A W Rhov, Ten?
nessee; W A Joan?. S P Km irs U 3 steamor Nar?
ragansett; Morris Jordan, J F Lomas. J H Bevoll. N
Y; M Jacobs, Mauning. S C; Capt M B dowell,
steamship Magno io ; Thoa O bulee, BloomQold. N
Y; K W ->pirha*k, eto unship .Magnolia; O H
Keols, Gourd m's T 0: J A Lupong, Wilmington,
Del; D Pitier. Philadelphia; Thoa R Pa\ne, tavaj
nah, Ga; M W scurry. Goorsotowu.
C arUi on Hotel.-H Buekwlth. W J Walker N. Y:
M Re Hy, Delaware; H K Woolman, City; L Cham?
berlain, Albany, N Y; AT Maison Pouglikoe sio, N T;
J Mo'Trath, Robt McKnight, Augusta; tl MoClure
aod son. Ch ?ter, s C; A llreasted, A I rulliin. N Y;
Robt Douglas. Augusta: D L Eaton, Mrs W 1' Ren?
nell. Wa-hiugton, D C; S H Lorin*, N Y; A Carter.
Ju . B Bacm, Orange, N Y; Wm Birkcy. NI; AT
de A i ? ot o. N Y; Jos McDonald, Chingo, 111; HA
Edam, N Y; W stevenson. Augusta; J ? R thom?
son. Yor?v.llo, S ?J; Mr* S W Loriug, N Y; E W
Olant, Philadelphia; Johu Lovering, Boston; R C
I iucolo, Hiughan, Mas.-; EB Gamete, Boston; W H
Douglas, Buffalo. N Y; S B Chisman, Vd; Jos Bor?
ra, N Y; Wu? Wyrkoff. Ne ?borg, N Y; J S Wyckoff,
West Troy. N ? ; John Low, B Mead, Jr, Miss * ow,
Miss Uar man, Kew York; C E Cardozo, VTgiuia;
J Dunham and lady, Miss Dunham, Chicago; s Fox,
New York; J M Forbes, Boston, Mrs Berry, ch id
and maid, England; Miss Leary, C C Learv, New
York; S Langsdorf, New York; D Callahan, Savan?
nah; P H Bcmington. United States Army; J It Liv
inostoa. Miss Livingston. New York; J H Wade, "ife
and son, Cleveland. Ohio; W W Sherman, New York;
D B Flint and wit?. E Whitney and wife, Boston;
Goorgo -c;iroedersa-? New Yo.k; J C Courtney,
U II Sadler, >outh Carolin.-: J E tlohei, Augusta;
John B Huhbard. John R l'.er-on. Columbia; H T
entier. Goo ge H Monroe. A t 'orham, H own, B B
Stranga. New York; Coionel Banry Hageus, Retired
Service United States Anni ; l>. do Pi.o New Vork;
C Emanuel, Vl.ginlu; A T eruiehfleld Baltimore; B
Housser. New Yorn; S D Farrnme, J N Lathner.
t h ladelpbta; C H Manson, J D Noaa c. wife and two
sons, J K JU Ison and lady Columbia; W T Farmer,
North Carolina; E Merdel, Baltimore.
THE UNITED STATES COURT, APRIL 3-HON.
GEO. S. HI TAN. PKRSIDINO.-The petition of J. P.
M. Epping, Uni toil i latos Mardbal, to sell property
of A. TV. omi C. C. Thara rs, bmkrupts. was heard
and tho order for salo granted. Ihe leoortof thc
align?e of James Thompson on sales made, was
read and confirmed.
Corrnr OF Coiraio* PLEAS^-JUDQE CAUP?NTEH
PBESIIHN?J.-Tiie case of Hoyno TS. the Insurance
and Trust Company of Charleston, in which the
plaintiff was npresrnted by Mr. Lord and the de*
fendants by Messrs. Yeadon A H a eke!, after elabe
rate argument was given to the juty on Friday last.
The action was hrou-ht to recover the amount due
npon a policy of insurance for niue thousand dol?
lars, f Heeled by the plaint ff upon ber bouse in Al?
exandria-street, in October, 1863, and renewed in
Uecembcr, 18CL The building insured waa destroy
by the fire whi h broke ont in tho Northeastern Rail?
road Depot cn the morning of the 17(b Fci ruary,
I860, whon the eily was evacuated by thc fonfed
era'e and occupied by thc Federal troops. The
claim was resisted by the company upon thegrmnd,
1st, that the loss came within the clause of thc policy
which provided that the insurance should not be
liable for any lois happening by means of any inva?
sion, insurrection, rio': or civil commotion, or any
military or usurped power : ana 3d, that the con?
tract wa? B object to bo sealed under the or.'iuance ot
the convention pas:od September, 18C5.
The charge of Judie Carpenter was as follows:
The S ate of Sonlh Carolina having bren enmred
in an umawral war against the United fctntes when
the contract sued on was made, and having remain?
ed in hostility to ihe national authority when the
loss occurred, there having been an organized army
under a de facto government, the City i f Charleston
having cern in a ?tate of ty an wheu tho contract
was ma ie, and at tho time tl e fire occurred, the cur
rsncv in genoral use in Charleston and this State bv
the puMic authorities, chartered corporations and
the busine?s commu-iity being other than the lawful
enrrenoy of the United states sud of less valu .>, there
1st. The court charges thc jurors, that if they be?
lieve, from the evideuce, the pa ? ties tn this suit were
citizens of this Slate, and residents therein at the
time the contract sued on was made, then said de
fado government and oreaniz d army were not
usurped powers within the me tiing of this policy.
2d. lhere is no evi 'euee in this case to -hew mat
the loss happened by means of invention within the
terms of this contract
3d. There is no proof in this cause showing that
the loss happened by n ears of riot, or civil commo?
tion within the terms and spirit of the contract be?
tween the parties.
The jurors will determine the kind of currency
the parties to the con'raet contemplated wheo it was
made-whether sold, silver, or other lawlulmonev
of thc United h tates, or tho currency then in general
use; and suould they believe from the evidence lt
was tiie latter, they should find for ihe plain tiff the
value according to the mutual understanding and
intent of the parties ol Line thousand dollars in said
depreciated currency, ou tue 23:n day of December,
18(14, in thc lawful currency of the United states,
with interest on such sum irom the 12th day of July,
1866, providid they believe that the plaintiff sus?
tained Carnage to that : mou-.'.
The jury, after coneultattop, found themselves
unable to agreo up ma verdict, and were discharged
CHANGE OF BASE.-The well known Station?
ery and Printing Hcu=e of Denny A Perry, having
purchased tho stook in trade of Mr. Henry's Book
Store. Meeting-street, opposite tho Charleston Hotel,
have made a chango ot location from thc rather
cramp. quarters they have hitherto occupied.
CLAIM AND LOLLECHON AGENCY.-L. I. Woolf,
Claim and Collection Agent, Broad-street, l> tween
King and Meeting-streets. Prompt attention given
to any business entrusted to bis care. Having facil?
ities for tho transaction of business in his line, be
guarantees dispatch and correct returns.
TOTS, FANCY GOODS, VELOCIPEDES, AND INDIA
BXTBBEB GOOPS.-It should be krown to the public,
and csp cia'ly to country merchants visiting Charles?
ton, that Mr. F. von Santeu, lu King-street, noar
Markct-stn et, keeps always on band not only a sup?
ply ortho ubovo articles foi his retail trade, but also
ono of thc largest wholesale stocks iu that lino to be
found auywhei o in the South. Country merchants
would find it greatly to their advantage to give bim
acallheforo buying their stocks in that Uno, be?
cause, as he has rn ado theso i hinge his specialty, he
can offer peculiar inducements, special aiton?on ls
called to his large assortment of the latest stylos of
India rubber clo'hing and other ruobcr goods. He
na? mora ruo- taywi ?un taw CT wnm io oran
entire new manufacture, very light and specially
adapted for nae in a Southern climate. It does
net stick together or draw up, and has t he appear?
ance of handsome beaver cloth. Mr. Von Santr-n be?
ing in correspondence with all the manufacturers of
v?locip?des, can fill orderB for thea-- new vehicles on
advantageous tcra.6, giving his customers all tho ad?
vantages of his owu extensive Information Bead
his advertisement elsewhere, which contains a 1st of
his principal goods.
Sturts an? /ornisljinj Iffoobs.
Proprietor of the Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Emporium, Mcoting-strcet, near Market, desirous
of bringing the lamons
Shirts into general use, and behoving 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
the public generally at cost prices. His stock of
Neck lies, hearts and
will also be sold at such prices as to defy comp?ti?
tion, and if satisfaction is not
he will return the money. His charges arc so roa
sonable as almost to make bayera believe the articles
Ho !? prepared to miks Shirts to o.-d3r with the
utrootl dispatch; and bis ussorlment of ready-made
Shirts is so full that buyers can be fitted nt a mo?
ment's notice. FIT proof of those statcmonts call
ctar Fhirt and Furnishing floods Fmporium,
Meeting-street, nearly opposite Market Hall.
Jauuary 1 ttmns
PUN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AtTD ALL SISEASES OP THE
STOMACH AND LITER.
nar ARB RECOMMENDED BT TUB
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TOBE.
MannfactirrefJ by C. F. PANKNIN,
CHOOST AND AP0TESOA2Y,
Vir J'rrr Sala by Ertiggirtt Everytehera.-Six
February 15 mwf lyr
??ctj t?toc^ (Etc.
BEAUTIFUL FANCY GOOJf?,
OPENED FOR TBE SPRINGTRADE, 1809.
ALAUGE AS'ORTMKNT, AT LOW PRICES,
consisting in part of:
CHINA TOILET GOOD.- HOCKING HOR3E3
Mantelpiece Ornaments Two, Ihreo ann Four
Photograph Albums Whcelod Velocipedes
Lad ts' Workboxes Tin, Iron and Wood Toys
Writing Desks. Fans Toy Wagons, Wheelbar
Portemonaies. Purses rows
Cheap Family Soaps, Per- Dolls, Marbles, Toys,
fumery, Ac Kites
Get man Piprs, St*ma, Ac. li?mes in great variety for
Fancy Baskets, Picnic in and out of door uso,
i ravelling and Flower such as
Beautiful China Bouquet Ba>e and Rubber Balls
China Cups and Saucers, Hoops and Graves
Vase", Ac. Bolling Hoops, ftc.
I bavo always on band a full line of Domestic
Fancy Goods and Toi H, ani tho latest styles of Vien?
na, Offenbach and Paris Goods novelties ot the
season, and offer them at liberdl discount to the
I inako a specialty of INDIA RUBBER GOOD?,
such as Rubber Overcoats. Capes, Leggings, Caps,
Pillows. Hospital cushions. Door a.ats, Rubber
Piano Cov-rs, White and Black Nursery bbeeting.
Rubber Toys, Ac.
I : hank my patrons for past favors, and earnestly
solicit a continuance of the same.
F. VON S ANTEN,
No. 229 King-street, two doors ahovo Market.
Aprll6 _TAO_nm t lino
TO THE LADIES.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY STATE. OUR
many years' experience in the manufacture
of ORNAMENTAL H A IB WORK enable ns to oner
to our customers the finest assortment.of every ar?
ticle required in our line, from the small FRIZZES
to the fullWKJ, embracing Braids or s witches, coils.
Waterfalls, Cushions, Crimpt Hair, Bands, Curls,
TORTOI-E-SHELL DRESSING, TUCK, SIDE AND
FANCY C?MB?, and COMBS of every other class.
To the (tantieme*!.
WE CAN FURNISH WIGS, TOUPEES, WJ?.8
KEBS, MUSTACHES, IMPEBIALS, ftc.
To Our Customers Generally.
THE FINEST FR KN CH AND LNGLISH PEBFU.
MLRY. >OAPs, POM AD KS, HAIR OILS, HAIR RE?
STORATIVES COSMETICS ftc., from the most re?
spectable honses in each country.
Oil' ORMAN COLOGNE* are unsurpassable.
For English and French Hair, Tooth and Nail
Bru.? h CB, 1 or mi-hell, Buffalo and other Dressing
Combs, wc challenge rivalry.
Particular attention is paid to thc making of Me?
mento Hair Work as BREAST PINS, EAR RING:-,
FINGER RINGS, CHARMS, ftc
All orders by mail will beso Ulled that the reputa?
tion of tbo house tor Lae past thirty-five years shall
not suffer in our hands. Always on hand a Qi e as?
sortment of French Jewelry. A liberal discount to
merchants and the trade.
AI. & A. ASHTON,
No. 240 KING-STREET.
January 5 tul m CHARLESTON, S, C.
^iUinern ?yooDb, (Ste.
WILL OPtN HER bPBING STOCK
OF MILLINERY AND F ?NOY
GOODS THIS DAT, at Store No. 429
KING-STREET. Bcmg all rew and
fre>h Go:ds, a call "rom old cuslomeis
and the ladles generally ls requested.
March 29 6 m ?13
gats ani) (?aps
STRAW HATS 1
THE LARGEST VARIETI OF MEN'S ANE
BOYS 6TBAWS ever seen in this city, can now bc
examined and purchased at STEELE'S, stgn of the
rAH AMAS, il 50 to fT, wide and narrow
Men's "Nobby and Nattie" Straws, IC cents to $4
1200 Boys Good Leghorn Hats, 00 and 75 cents
Men's and Boys Extra Wido Straw, 25. 50, 75cents
Lad es' and Misses' tine Shaker Hoods, 25 cents
Ladies' Hoods as low as 10 and 15 cents
Mon's and Youths' Superior Dress Straw Hats, 91 50
Little Children's Elegant Dress Straw, 50 ct", to $2 50,
STEELE'S HAT HAT.
No. 313 King strret, sign of fas Big Hat
P. P.-Make a note of this. m4 March 22
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND Q CA Ll TY.
AFULL STOCK OF WHITS PINE. FROM % TO
12 inches thick, clear and well s>-aaone.i.
the attention of Builders and others is esptcially
Mahogany. Black Walnut, Hickory, Ash, White
Oak, Poplar Boards and Planks. Ro ewood and Ma?
hogany Ve-ners, Newels, Balusters, ftc. ; also a>t
Manufacturer's Prices, Sa>hes, Blinds, Doors, and all
kinds of Moulding*.
Spruce ??pars and Ladders, all lengths; Shingles,
Laths, ftc, constantly on hand and for sa.o in quan?
tities to suit purobascrs, by
I. H HALL & CO.,
Slice- ssors to late J. N Wood. Agent,
Northwest corner Market-street and tast Bay.
ISAAC HALL, New kork. I
I. H. HALL._J ? mwf April 5
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. CORDRAY & CO.,
No. 2 PEI TUNA RD-S TSE El,
IPPOSITE J. F. TAYLOR ft CO.'S MACHINE
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
PANEL DOORS, SOT DOUSE SASHES,
MOULDINGS, Ho., mr.?o up at ?bort no
tioa, and at tho lowost terms.
L. E. CORDRAY.,.C. A. TROUOHE
March 23 3mo
P. P TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND REL AIL
DVORH, SAStlES Ai\l> OLIMOS
Charleston, 3. C
Parti eu lar attention paid to Shipping.
Furniture of a Family Leaving Ike City.
KNOX, J)ALY & CO.,
No. 150 Meeting-street, corner of Went?
Will pell THIS mr. comm-ucioj at 10 o'clock A. M.,
Mah i-aoy *EC RET A. KY, Wardrobe, Bureaus,
Varble lop Tablea. Teapoy aud Eiichea Tables,
Tetc-a-tetos, Loon es, Parlor Chairs, Nurse und Arm
Rockers, in wood aud cane: Washstands, Glassware,
Crockery, Meat t-ales, Larne mirror, Ac.
COUNTER?, Jirs, Docantcrs, P.oltles, Be?r Pump,
Pots, Kettles, Cooking ti to ves, Glass Drawer, Castors,
Conditions c :sh. April 5
Y. LEIT? H& R. S. BRUNS,
.flair, Executor, vs. Thayer, Administrator.
Pursuant to a Decretal Order in this case, I will ofler
at public outcry, at 'he O D Customhouse, THIS
DAY, the 5th of April.at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, w tb a Laroo story Brick
Dwelling, situate on tho south sido ot Socl-Uy-stre.-t,
measuriug and cou taming, front oil Socio.y-strect 44
feet and on the buck Hoe 44 feet, and lo depth ou
tho east and ?est hues 102 feet, bo tho same mere
or less. On tho lot are all the necessary build?
ings uhual to a comfortable aud well appointed rcs
Conditi .ns-One-third ca -h ; balan e In ono. two
and throe yenrs; credit portion to be secured by bond
and mottende, coud draw ing Interest at the rate ot 7
per cent, por annum. The purchaser will bs requir?
ed to insure, and keep injuree), the premises dunne
the continuance o? the credit, and assign the policy
cf insurance, and wdl also be required to pay lor
papers aud the necessary s amps.
E. W. M. MACKEY.
AprllS_17 25apl2.C_S. C 0.
ASSIGNEE'S S ALE AT WAL, TL. HBO KO,'
By virtue of. on order to me directed by the Hon.
Georgo S. Bryan, J.idee ol CLited States District
Court for r-outh Caioiioa, will be sold at public
outcry at Wa.t-rboro', 8. C., OD sa es-day next,
being THIS D*Y. the 6th day of April. 1869.
All that BOT)Y Oit TR UT OF LA D, situated in
St Bartholomew's Pari-h, Coll ton County. S. C..
on the south side of Edisto River, and on the head
waters of Island Creek and Red B.iuk Creek, Butting
and bounding to the mu th on lauds now or late ol
Jobn E. Meister St Co., Poler W. Reutz and Eldred
Spell; to tho south on lands ol J M. Rayso:-, James
J. Jennings and John -. Meister A Co ; east on lands
of thc "Saw Mill Company," now or lalo ot John E.
Meister A Co.. and weston Lands of Lewis E. Landor,
Xerms-Ouc-balf cash; balance in one year, secur?
ed by bond of the purchaser ant mortgage of tho
premisos. Purchaser to pay assigne' for noce>sary
papers and stamps. J B. BIfl>?LL,
April 6 fm8 Assigneo of Eutson I oe.
Five Hundred and Fifteen Shares Stock Sa?
vannah and Charleston Railroad Company.
BY HOLMES & MACBETH,
Will be sold TO-MORROW, tho 6th day of April,
1669. at tho north ol the exchange, at ll o'clock,
A. M., in lots to suit purchasers, to the highest
bidder, lor aud on account ut all persons whom lt
m*y concern, or who may be anywise interested
FIVE HUNDRED AND PIFTtEN 8HABE3 OF
THE CAPH AL STOCK OF THE SAVANNAH ANO
CHABLES'I ON RAILUOAD COMPANY, pledged as
Terms ca?h. wsmtu4 April 5
Valuable Lands at Auction.
BY HOLMES & MACBETH.
Bv virtue of an order of sale to mo directed bv the
Hon. Ooo. s. ?r.. an. Judge of thc UnlVd States
Pl tilct Court tor the District of south Carolina, I
will offer tor sale at public aucllou, on THURSDAY,
Ap'H23,1869, at ll o'clock ?, M., at the old Post
office, foot of Broad-stieet, Charleston, s. C.,
ALL THAI PLANTAlluN or ti act of land, situ?
ate. Mng and being tn Charleston District, st. Mn
i.hen's Parish, ?md State ot south Ca ollna. contain
lngsixteeu buut'pd (1600) acres, more or less, and
k owa as tho Ten .ul.e UOUSH, sotfortn in the pie d
ines heard in the i'ourt nf sqiiity foi Charleston Dis
i j ic' in January. ISoo as ot tho estate ol lieorge An?
derson, deceased, aud also set ort h iu said fdoadii-gs
as consl-ilng of throe tract?, all of which is ia re
plainly delineated by a plat made by Andrew Gil
mour, Deputy ourvoyor, in February, 1855.
A LL THAT PLANTA i ION or 1 ract of i.and, with
the dwel iug houso and outbuildings thereon, con
uioiug nine hundred and slxt. ai io-, more or tess,
butting and bounding west on lands of Pctur Pou
toux, south ou lat da of W. V. Pontoux and Little
Hell Role .-womp, east ou lands unknown, and
north on lands of Pery Bradley, al of which is
moro. n?Iti' uUrly rat forth and dcllncatea lu a plat
tboieof. made bi J J. Guignard, Surveyor-General,
in December, 18u0.
Alkiho right, title aud intore-tof John '?. Cd
waid?Tof, in and to all that PLANTATION or tract
ot Land, in the District of Charleston, and Parish ol
st. S-tei hen's, near Wall Eye swamp, bounding north
m. .-J .. i-.- -? jweph Rodhaus, west on
lands ot W V Pon oux and John br?oi?e/, www. au
estate of Elias Bill having such form and marks aa
are represented in a plat thereof, mado by Antenas
B. Darby, In November, 1800.
ALBO, AT TUS SAMS TUTS AND PLACE,
ALL THA i TRAC . OF LA -D, situate in laurens
District, south Carolina, about 10 miles south ol
Laurens Courthouse, and containing sevent (70j
acres more or less, bouuded on tho north by pub
lioroad, east bv lands ol James Bryson, west hy
lands of Hogan Mutes, and north on a branch
which divid? s it from lands or MiUer.
terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. LOUT- MOLAIN,
Asnlgn e of John O. Edwards and Geo. D Gnoe.
April 2 fm4thstu4f 1
Auction Sale of Barbadoes and Matanzas
Sugars, English Island, Cuba Clayed ana
BY RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
Will be sold by Auction, at ll o'clock, A. M., OD
i HURSDAY, 8th Instant, at Accommodation
THE FOLLOWING LOTS OF SUGARS AND MO
OABSO EX-BOHOOlfKS EMMA, F ROU BABBADOSB.
67 HHD3. CHOICE AND LXTBA BABBADOES
8 tea. Choice and Extra "arbadoes Grocery Sugars
34 bb's Cbo ce and Extra Barbad "es Giocery Sugars
30 puncheons Lxtra Barbadoes Molasses.
BALANCE Or CABO J ?EB KAUT A. BOLT, FBOH MATAN?
62 hbds. Choice Grocery mgars
60 noses D y Ceutritugal sugars
65 hbds. New Crop C ayed .violasses
-40 buds. Bright New Muscovado Molasses.
40 bbds Old Museova o aidasses
10 puncheon* Old Muscovado al ol asses.
'1 erma at sale. J. H. RISLEY,
April 5 Auctioneer.
Valuable Plantation at Auction.
BY ALOiNZ ? J. WHITE & SON,
Brokers, Auctioneers and Real ICstate
By virtue of ?n order of sale to mo directed by the
Hon. Gergo S. ur au, udgo of the United Mates
Court for tho District of-outh . aroha-. I will of?
ter for salo, at i uidic Auction, at tho Old Pos.office,
foot of liioad-stieet, . harloston, a. C., on IUE-:
D AT. the 13 h ut AprH. I860, at ll o'olo k A. al.,
Allthut I LAN IA I ION O.i TRAC OF LAND,
known as -ia -ide cunralutng 1158 acres, more or
loss, and bou did on ho orin bv lai d-1 f Mr. tic
ruu<s, ou the eist tty u.nls "f Mr Corbett, on tho
west l?> ia d ot M< Ve nmg, aud ou thc s um by
thu .-oui.d, a pu> p at un ? turvoy made by Hoi ort K.
Puyn?, J Bq. .-ul i Land bung iu Chrsi i.'hurch l'a
risti Colliny ot i bar.e.- o . Tuu above Ptautalion
to be sold is subj ct ti alcaro In oi.e Wm. Hock
mly f i -a t.ei iud i>i livo years common-in^ on tao
nr.-tNnveiuh r, i8o7. audi nd mg on the first Novriu
t cr. 1872 Au ua icut $30J to accrue to pu chaser
ironi d'? ol a.o
Conditions- ue-balfcash; . atanco parable m two
equal su'-c<'tf.-ivo ?"na?, ins nimmt.-*, w ih interest al
tb - lute ol 7 [x-i i-f t. per m.mn, paya.lo st-mi-au
uuullv. sccund by ho d or bouda of the pur*
chaser and rn >r'if t-'S Of PUutaJou Purchaser to
pay for papers -nd sum a.
L-l WREN CE W. O'HEAB.
March 22 nwllO ul AS-Iguoo bcodoro stoney.H
STEiNCM M ANXIFACT0R?
E. H. RODGERS
MANOFAOIURER AND WHOl.FSALE DEALER IN
STE?] 31. ST?JK AM3 CIES,
ST KEL bUTTKM A.1U STAMPS
CHtvCK? AND I AOS
OIL&SS AN? (JK.UMAN Sll-Vlilt ICKY*
KIN US, LU AI NM, &e.
BT TUE G * Ll.ON ORBABREL.
HILL, VS I'UKM' ll WU STAMPS
HEAL. Pit ESS KS
Dit VNLH.VG IRONS, ?ie.
No. 129 KAST BAY-STRERT,
CU?RLB3TON, 8. 0.
Call and examitie apectmona.
January 18 Smos
SHE Kl F K'S SALK.
BY A. C. McGILLlTBAY,
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, lo mo directed
and delivered, will be sold THIS DAY, tee Stn,
day ot April next, at the northeast corner of the
Courthouse, between the hours of ll A. M. and 3
o'clock P. M.
All the riebt, title and Interest of the defendant in
all that L?T OF LAND on west aide of Amer ca
strect, aud bounded north bv lands now or Irte of D.
B. Comstock; west by lands ot Charles Dagoet;
south by lands of Denuls Hiffermacn ; east by Amer?
ica-street Measuring on north Une 72 feet; same
on south line, and on cast and west lines GO feet,
more or less.
Levied on and to rc sold as the property of Dudley
B. Comstock, under an execution in th.- caae of Wil?
liam Armstrong vs. Dudley B. Comstock, et al.
At the same time and place,
All the right, title aud interest of J. H. Bagcett in
a LOL OF LA ND. si ante in Bose Lane, next to the
corner of Bogard-street, west side, measuring28 feet
trout on Bose Lane, by IC feet in depth, more or
levied on and to b - sold as tho property of J. H.
Daggctt, under an oxecudou in the case of Michael
J. Tobin vs. J. B. Baggett it Co.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY, '
April 5 ma H. o. C.
By virtue of the following Tax Executions, to mo
directed and dtiiv. red, will be sold THIS DAY
and T -MURROW, thc 6th and 6th days o' April,
at the northeast cornor ol th - Courthouse,between
the hours of ll o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M..
All the RIGHT, TITLE AND IN EREbT of tho
defendants below staled in Leases not exceeding
seven years, in the following described property,
levied on and to be sold for Taxes due tho state and
Toms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
Sheriff Charleston County,
St. Philip and St. Michael.
Houso and Lot No. 112 Meeting-street-$9 66
ANCRUM, Trnei Estate
House and Lot No 218 Meeting-street-17 20.
Uou-e and Lot south side Calhoun-slreet-22 69.
Bouse and Lot cast side Bedon's Alley-22 69.
lot east side America, between Reid and Am?
BROWN, Mrs. M. and JAMES JOHNSON,
Hou.e and Lot south ?ide Bogard-atreet-22 69.
Farm, 8 acres, Main Boad, between Forks and
Four Mlle House-10 66.
BOON, Tm st Estate M. C.
Hou-e and Lot, touth side Bee.;treet-20 89.
douse and Lot, east side America-street, between
lie d and Amherst streets-16 77.
Bouse and Lot cast side America-street, between
Amherst and the Mal.-14 07.
House and Lot south side Bogard-street-13 22.
CAMPBELL. M. F.
House and Lot, No. 63 Charlotte-street-22 76.
CLEARY, P. M.
House and Lot, No. ll Charlottc-atreet-17 87.
CHAPEAU, Estate MAST E.
Houso and Lot, No. 13 spring-street, and other
property - 32 65.
Oouso and Lot, north side Bull-street-22 69.
COLLINS, J. P.
Huuse north side Beaufain-stieet, between Lynch
and Oodaden-Ul ll.
DOT BE, JULIA
Lot in King-street-IB 33.
D\LY ld. EN lil F TT A
House and Lot, No. 41 Tradd-strcet-68 46.
HCI-.SC and Lot, No. 689, west side of Ktag-atrcet,
and House aud Lot, No. 216, east tide of Mooing
i1 NOLAND. W. J., Trustee.
, HOUKO aurt Lot, Mcotlufi-stieot-6619.
ELLIOTT, Dr. f. O.
Lot, east side savage street-9 75.
GE?ABD. J. P.
ll ou J aud Lot south aide Bogard-street-9 81.
GAILLARD. Estate ll. G.
House aud Lot ea.se side America street-16 77.
HICKS. Ll. LT,
House and Lot Marsh-sireet.
House and LocDuncaa-strectand other property
bala n o duo 19 63.
HAMILTON. I'AUL and Wifo
'Iwo houses aud Lot, south sile Boj-ard-atreel
HXSICT. Mrs. IL E
House and Lot north side Caurion-street-Il 95.
Four Tenements, ea<f side Aiken-street-14 07.
HUDSON, Estato JOHN
House and Lo Butledge-street-16 87.
KINLOCH. Estate BICHABD
HOU-IO aud Lot south side Bull-street-18 33,
LOPEZ, ?elate M,
Lot in Friend-sireet- 14 07.
LJUZHOUSE. R. J
Honso and Lot Elliott-street
House and Lot Llm moase-stieet-72 37.
House toad IM east side Smith-street, between Cal
noun and Vanderhorst streets-7 56.
Li mo Trust h's ta tc CATHA BIKE and Children
Huuse and Lot, Vernon-street-17 U6,
M INNIS, llOBEUT.
Two Lot", corner Grove and King-8 67.
MATTH LESSEN. E.
Bouse and Lot, No. 10 Spring-street-40 95.
M ATTHIBSSEN. WM., nprent.
Lot n Rutledse-atreet-12 71.
MIDDLETON, JOHN, Trustoe.
Kuildiug northeast comer East Bay and Yandei
horst wharf-73 35.
MOORE. MARIA C.
Building ou .Ry land north side Calhoua-etroet
Sic hi LEO Y, WM
House and i.ot, east side America-strert, betweei
Reid and .mherst-18 33.
MAB LET. MM. li.
Lot in Line-street-10 85.
MATTHEWS, Estate, J. B.
Hons t ana Lot. eas' side Meeting-street, betwtei
Line aud Co.unibus-10.
MlEBs, D. W.
Lot south sido Bogard-street- 9 81.
House and Lot, i-onih side Charlotte-street-15 77
MCCALL and wife B. (two executions)
House and Lot, No. 48 Chuarh-sireet-113 20.
MARSHALL. LOUISA F (two exe -titians)
.? wo Lots, Smith-street, between Queen and lean
MCDOWELL JOHN T. (three executions)
House and Lot, north side Wentworth-street, be
tween King and Meeting- 38 67.
NORMAN, Estate H.
House aud Lot in Cburch-atreet-31 35.
?T TOLE NO LT. ISBAIX A>D DANIEL.
More No. 28 Voudua Raupe, House and Lot Nos
2G aud 22 Uroad s reet-83 ?0.
BARKER Trustee F.
U use and Lot Pitt-Sire et-49 65.
PATTKBSON P. J. C.
Houso and Lot south sido Drake-stre?t-14 07.
PBIEB, 8. D.
Hou?e md l ot north side Burns Lane-22 69.
PIN'cKN EY. Estate Mrs E.
House aud Loi south side Broad, between Kln(
and F< lend streets-9 i 75.
PAT?, Estate JAMBS (two executions)
House and Lot No. 1 Greenhill-street-37 62.
PBICHABD and Childi en in trust, L. C.
Lot Uorlbeck's Alley-13 65.
PHILLIPS, L J. and J.
Hi .uso and Lot corner Green and College-streets
^alc^ on Mechandise-18 33.
BICH. GKOUGE C.
V cam LOL west sida Percy-otreet-7 49.
BICH Mrs MARY
House and Lo. south side Bogard-street, and othei
BULANDO. F. G.
uou-, - and Lut Nos. 9 and ll Magazine-.-treet, anc
other property-2E 91).
RIVERS, MARTHA ANN
Hnus- and i ot uoith side Queen-street-7 07.
ii YAN Wai. B.. (.wo ? locutions)
House ano Lot No. 35Pitt-a reet between Bull and
tjfcUTH, alis. (L (two cxecntions)
Farm, two acres-8 90.
H use H-.rt Lot south side Cannon-streot-12 87.
Houso aud Lot Rutledg e Avenue-10 45.
SULLIVAN, Esta'e M. T.
Lot in Aus .L-s.reet-ll 67.
U ou - u .. nd Lot K i ng- s ?roc t-14 07.
Smscur E-;ato L. A.
Hcus-i a d Lot wo.t sido Fltt-strcet-31 IL
"NOUtPEIl J.iHN S.
Houso aud Lo; north side Calhoun-stree',-22 50.
STU. -UB E -1 it e CATHARINE B.
inusu and Lo uonh si?u Morris-street-14 07.
SCUMYDI - Mrs. ELIZABETH (?Lreo executions)
il -us-and Lot soutii sido of Montague,betweei
i eniiug and Pit st ce s-i7 46.
TODD, MIS. ...VELLEN
House ami Lot wost side Nassau-street, near Co
lum o us-7 71.
JHUBN, Iwiato REBECCA (threo executions)
i.oase and Lot nouth side No. 92 Oulhouti-etreet
WILSON. MABY E.
House and Lot. south side Bogard-etreet-14 C 7.
WALPOLE, N. E.
Hue a d i ot, nonh aldo Xorman-etreet-37 37.
Wm TTE Y Est alo E.
Two Houses and ..ots. No. 122 St. Phuip-streot
WHITE, Estate Mr?. ELLEN
H?nau and Lot, No. 13 1 radd-street-10 os.
BXBNES Estnte J P.
200 acres Land-$10 35.
POSTELL P. S.
- acres Land-14 15.
76 acres Marsh Land-$10 IL
BBOWN, Mrs. C. L.
49 sores Land-10 96.
CAPEES, E-tatu J. S. (two execrations)
365 acres Land-23 70.
FBEEUAN. Estate SENBY
Lot ia Mount Pleasant-10 65.
PETJBJFOT, Estate A.
Lot io Mount Pleasant-995.
ROSE, HENEY (two executions)
290 acres Land-29 21
BICHWOOD. B. F. (three executions)
50 acres Land-37 63.
226 sci es Land on Palmetto Point-ll 60.
WHILDEN. W. H.
1500 acres Laud-24 66.
st Thomas and St. Denni*.
JENKINS, Estate JOHN (two executions)
312 acres Land-$25 87.
LUCAS, Estate T. B. (two executions)
300 acres Land-23 07.
LACHIOOTTK. J. (two executions)
4724 acres Laud-28412.
St. Jokn'a Colic ton.
LEUABE, J. C. W. (two executions)
322 acres Land on John's Island-$37 75. - _ ,
MIKELL. Estate E. 8. (two exeontions) "*, ?
86 acres Land on Edisto Island-20 70.
st. John's Berkeley.
BALLEVTLVE, Estate ISAAC J.
260 acres Land-14L
DAYIB, Eetato JOHN N.
600 ?-res Land-10 63.
WINTEB, Estate lc 8. P.
600 acres Land-9 56. .
BBINSEN, ISAAC (two executions)
3630 acres of I and-$28 64. [
CANNON. W. H.
1743 acres or Land-22 05.
CANNON, W. H.. Sr.
- acres of Land-9 76.
HICKS, H. H. '
- acres of Land-ll 87.
LOFTON. J. J.
- acres of Land-18 24.
MONEY, JOHN (three exeouiiona)
1000 acres of Laad-26 85.
PHILLIPS. Estate B. T. "*) L'
1800 acres oi Land-ll 02. "
PLATT. Mrs. A. E. (two executione)
15*0 acres of Land-3136.
PIPKIN, E. (two executions) . *
508? acres Land-38 68.
Borons, Estate WK.
750 acres Land-10 65.
WABTNO, Dr. T. 8.
- acres of Land-15 65.
St. James' Goose Greek.
1480 acres of Lead-$43 76.
BUBBAOE, Estate JOSHUA
25 acres of Land-9 26.
CONLY, FOBCE * Co.
SOU acres of I and near Ladson'a Bead-W 13.
EAPTEBLTNO, E. M.
100 acres of l and-ll 12. ;
Lot near Summerville-10 36.
HABT, H. 8. - A
6:0 acres of Land-16 42. - J
JOIN EB, LEMUEL
143 acres of Land-9 85. ,.
KEITH, M. J.
600 acres-17 70.
KENNEDY, Mrs ANN, (two executions)
Lot near Sommerville-15 26.
MEACHEB, G. W.
Lot near bummenrille-10 34. 1
Lot near eummervllle-10 34.
PEBBY. J. J., (two executions)
Lot near .summerville-30 82.
Lot near Summerville-9 92.
S H BOD EB Mrs. MABY
Lot in Summerville-992.
111 acres ol Land-1067.
76 acres of Land-10 72,
St. Jame?, Santee..
BATES, O. 2.
- acres of Land-12 53.
2100 acres of Land -14 30.
BBINSEN. J. B.
-acres of Land-19 76.
GUEBBY. W. 8. (.oar execution?) ,
800 acres of Land-44 20.
LOFTON, Estate J. H.
S0OO acres of Land-1916.
1287 acres of Land-ll 27._April 5
Valuable Real E'tate at Auction.
BY LOWNDES & BRIM BALL.
By virtue of an order of sale, to me directed h-~??
Hon. Georg? f. Bryan. JudgSOI th? ??ted State?
District Court, for th; ^ ?uth
I w!? ??i?? lor sale at Public Auction, at the 014
Postomce, Charleston, S. c., TO-MOCtROW, April
6,1869 . t ll o'clock. A, M.
All tbatLOT OF LAND, with Buildings th'roon, ht
the City of Charleston, Stste aforesaid, situated anal
being on Spring street, south side, anown aa Ko. 87?
near Butledge Avenue, measuring fifty-five (SS) feat
front, by ona hundred and s r ven ty-fl v o (176) feet
deep, be tte rame more or lesa. Th? House hast
four square rooms, two attica, dressing room and
pantry, slate 'roof, double pia?a, ad m good order,
having been piloted and repaired since the wac
ended. On the premises ara a large o tate rn andi
Term?-One-half cash la gold, and the remaining
on?-half on a credit of one year; purchaser to give
bona for such credit portion, bearing uterest from
day of aale, and payable in gold, aeon'ed by amoxi?
pa -o of the premises, with a covenant for insurance
and iisslsnment of policy, and for leeale lu case of
breach < 1 condition of bond, and to pa; for paper*
and alampa. G. H K HB KB r SABS,
Assign?e of Evans A OogsweU.
April 6 Mhl8.20,23,2J,27.J0,Apl,3,?
I IVOER A DECK EE IM KQ,CITY. .->
W. E. Heriot, Trustee, vi Christopher 0.
A. C. McGIUIYBAY,
Will be sold on TUE-DAY, tho 13th day of April
next, in front of the Old i nstomhonse, at ll o 'clock
All that PIFCE OB PARCEL OF LAND, consisting
of several Lots known by the numbers eight, nine,
ten, eleven and twelve, in a plat of la' ds of O. O.
Trumbo by Charles Parker, dated November 12,
1852. and to be found In city pint book, No. 2, page
67. together with the bullcunsa and improvement*
thereon; the said piece or par-el oi land meararlnc
In tbe who'e on tue north li e 224 feet; east 107 feet
6 inches; on the weat 89 feet; on the south 200 feat;
butting and bounding west on Rutledge-etreet, east
on lands formerly ot Lewis Trapmann. north on landa
cf sundry persons, and to the south on Trnmbo'a
From the lands above described the following lot
ia eil cp cd to wit: AR that lot, a part of tho sala
premises, situated on tho northeast comer of But?
ledge-street and Trnmbo'a < ourt, measuring amt
containing in front on Butledge-airaei 39 feet 4 la?
ches, on the north Une 103 feet 2 indies, on the east
line 71-feei 4 m hes aod on the south Una 86 feat;
the mortgages having been sa fished aa to said hat
mentioned part of said premires.
Term.- one-third cash; balacee in three equal
successive annual instalments, with Interest paya,
ble semi annually, secured bv hoad of purchaser
and moitgage of premises; butldln?a to bo Insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers
and at.mps. B W. M. MACHET,
April 6 m2tul S. C. O.
Estate Sale, by order of the Executors,
BY J. T. BU WHEE YS,
On WEDNESDAY, the 14m April, prox, at the Old
Customhouse, at ll o'clock I will offer,
AU that oe rial n PIE E OR PARU KL Ot? LAND, Ut
the I own of -ummcivUle loam dlatdv opposite the
new j o - u Hall, und known a? tue r> sidenee of thelate
Captain Wm. Trout, in-UHUfiug and ooutainlag ona
ac e. more or less; balling and botrnding to the
n irth on laud ot Philip <r.tii-dau, aq ; south on
maiu road, and casi au! w. st on Uadsof lato Capt.
i rout; t-'go.h.r with the .inprov monte thereon,
ro-.si-?n-,' of cnm.onabl- Ucsideiie- wit h four rooms,
lathed and plas.?red. with wide double piaaaas,
store-room, ki tchou, carriage house aud stable, aU in
i here is also attached a Ono Vegetable and Flower
Garden, and somo very ch nico Fruit Trees.
'i he LOT adjoining the ..b.jve on tho east, meaaur- -
lng aud cou ai o in - one hilf acr , more or less.
fems-One-half cash; balan e. in one vear. ec
rured by b.-nd and mortira^o of the purchaser.
Purchaser to p >y for pap rs a d for s a?apa.
'Jho above pio.iort. cat. bo treal d for <t privais
sale at No 27 Brant street uilwl March 23
Jtarttonrcrd' prto atc Seles.
BY <}. MCBRIDE SMITH.
At Private Sale
A handsome three story BRICK DWELLING, No.
26 George-street, next to tho northeast comer of
Eiug-street Soven square rooms, dressing loom,
bath loom and pantr ; gas throu-tho t; b.lek kitch?
en with live rooms; brick carriage houee, three
rcouiK; stabile, cistern. Lot 47>? feet front, by 17?
feet de?-p, more or le*-s. _
For term- apply to O. MoBMDB .-M1TH,
Reat Estate Broker. No. 51 Brea f-streai.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
No 31 Brood-street, -outu aide, near
i? private -alo
FIUSi CL*8.S SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA.
Valuable Pire Plantations
Valuable Upland Plantations and Farina
Extensiv a-d V-luabla Manuf ictories, MUT Bite?
and Delight tm - ummer Residence* ba varlour
psrta of the benth
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS of aU ate*, pria
and descriptions in every part of the etty.
> January 25 jav'Sms