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Meetings This Day.
friendship Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Washington Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Andrew's Society, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
William McKay will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at his store, horse, buggy, ?tc.
BILL HBADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$3. $6 50 and $S 50 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
Tun COMINO OTKMXG OF THE SAVANNAH
AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.-Thc Savannah Re
pu'ol.can says: "We had an Interview yesterday
with a contractor on this road, and were pleased
to .cam that the "last spike*' will be driven in
the course of a few days. There was yesterday a
gap of only nine hundred feet, which will be
closed to day, and the road be opened tor regular
travel on the first of March-Tuesday next. We
send greeting to our Charleston friends on the
prospect of a speedy reunion."
WECLINK IN COAL.-The usual monthly sale of
Scranton coal at auction took place in New York
on Wednesday. The bidding was not spirited,
ar ?! th?re was a considerable falliug orr from the
rates ac the last sale. The following if a com?
parison of prices obtained Wednesday and a
Feb. 23 Jan. 26.
8.000 tons lump.$415 ai 03 $4 17?4 10
.12.000 rons steamboat 4 17.Lia4 02M 4 45 a4 2U
12.000 tons grate. 4 20 a4 05 4 43#a4 30
.lo.ooo tons egg. 4 22Ka4l7>i 4 40 al 20
26.000 tons stove. 4 87><a4 67>i 5 00 a4 80
!2.o.>f tons chestnut.. 4 00 aa ao 4 00 n?8??
Tim SMALLBST MAN IN TOWN.-Among the
arrivals at tkc Charleston Hotel on Saturday was
Mjjor Samuel E. Houghcon, ot Illinois, who ls un?
doubtedly one or the smallest specimens or man?
hood in existence. His appearance on thc strcetB
yesterday and to-day was heralded by an im
m mse crowd or colored juveniles, and the Major
found it necessary to obtain the assistance of a
policeman to protect him from their eager ad van?
ce 5. He ls only 31 Inches high, weig"h3 41 pounds,
and ls 20 years of age. His appearance ls pleas?
ing and he is well made, ne is travelling on his
own hook, and says he ls fully able to take care of
himself. The Major is endeavoring to support his
aged father by selling his photograph and a his?
tory of his life.
EDOKPIELD COUNTY SAVED FROM BANKRUPTCY.
Tr?e Augusta Chronicle says: "lt is ao: generally
Renown how much depended upon the cock tight
decided last Thursday, besides the amount of the
.published wager. It was authoritaclvely scated
in the city yesterday, by well posted parties, that
if Colonel Bacon had lost the main, Edgetleld
County, South Carolina, would have been bank
-rupted. The fight was considered by tho people
or that county to be an EdgeSeld affair, aud every
dollar that could be pulled from the toes of old
stockings, or resurrected rrom beneath the hearth?
stones, was staked upon the result. If. there?
fore, Dr. Gee had won the main, Kdgellcld County
would have certainly been dead broke, aud would
have had to have made application to the nearest
registrar in bankruptcy, having jurisdiction, for
A PARDON IN ADVANCE.-Referring lo thc
a. rest last summer of High Constable Hubbard,
on tire charge of illegal detention or South Coro
.lina prisoners within the limits or the State of
?Georgia, the Augusta Chronicle states that the
-carpet-bag Governor Bullock ha3 sent a pardon to
Hubbard In advance of* his trial, and that when
the Superior Court meets next week, a motion
will be made by Hubbard's oounsel to have his
'bond cancelled by virtue of Bullock's Instrument.
There ls no doubt that If Hubbard should have
-oome to trial he would have been convicted. In?
deed, so assured was the prisoner, himself, of
the result, chat he had announced his Intention of
not coming to Augusta when the Superior Court
met, preferring rather to Ie: the money or South
Carolina (advanced by Governor Scott as bail) be
.forfeited than to race a Georgia jury.
CRUMBS.-In the big chicken dispute, in
Augusta, Georgia, on the 25th, Colonel Bacon won
the S2500 stake on the main, and $100 on rho sin?
gle light-making, os a total, the snug little pile
F. DeMars has received his appointment as
postmaster, at Orangeburg, aud will enter upon
the discharge of his duties next week.
Grau's German Opera Company, with Frederic^
as prima donna, began an engagement in Savan?
nah oa Thursday night, drawing a full house.
The call of the country dockets will be com?
menced in the Court or Commou Pleas to-day.
The Hlbernlcon, a panorama or the Ever Creon
l3'.e, will open at the Hibernian Hall in a few
The French sloop-or-war Limier has come up
to the city, and ls at Vant! erhors t's wharf.
T. C. DELKOX, ESQ.-When oar fricad
Cooper DeLeon retired from the position or man
agins^edltor or thc Mobile Register, the oouutry
lost for a time the services of one or the mose
brilliant and versatile littrateurs or the day. lt
gratines us to know that his pen will soon be call?
ed to severer work thau a travestie or Hamlet,
which is pronounced by competent celtics ci.e
very best burlesque of the day, fur we learn that
he will shortly accept one of Ute many Invitations
?again to don editorial harness. That our estimate
or Mr. DeLeon's talents is not wholly prompted by
a partial feeling and admiration for thc man, we
reproduce the opinion or the Bostou Courier, one
-of the ablest and best journals in this country.
That paper says:
The Mobile Register.-During the past year or
more, we have had occasion to mention thc above
named paper in terms or high commendation, lt
has compared with any paper published in the
United States ror the really wonderful amount
and various Interest ot its matter. During this
period ics managing editor has been Mr. T. C.
DeLeou, whose retirement fiom his position lt
announced by him In u late number, aud must be
a source of sincere regret to all tts readers.
After copying several complimentary notices,
the Courier adds:
To these complimentary notices to Mr. DeLeon,
we can heartily respond from our own personal
acquaintance with him and his varied literary
accomplishments; and such a reputation ls of
great value, la the interest of journalism, which
is an clement of such immense Importance In
public affairs. A gentlemen of such brilliant di?
versified talents as those or Mr. DeLeou. would be
a great acquisition to thc best couducted journal.
REGULATIONS FOR LKXT- BY DIRECTION OF
THE RIGHT Rsv. BISHOP LYNCH.-The following
regulations for the season of Lent, which will
begin on Wednesday next, the 2d '";ay or March,
iiave been issued:
All the faithful who have completed their twen
ty-rlrsj>.year, are, unless legitimately dispensed,
bound to observe the Fast of Lent. They are to
make only one meal a day. excepting Sundays.
The meal allowed on rast days is not to be taken
until about noon. At that meal, ii on any day
permission should be granted for eating flesh,
both flesh and tish arc not to be used ar tuc same
time, even by way ol seasoning. A small refresh
ment, commonly called collation, ls allowed in the
evening: no general rule as to the quantity ol
food permitted at this time ls or eau be made.
But the practice or the most regular Christian is
never to let lt exceed the fourth part or au ordi?
nary meal. The quality of food allowed at a col?
lation ls. in this diocese, bread, butter, cheese, all
kinds or rrults, salads, vegetables and Ash. Milk
aud eggs aro allowed. General usage has made
lt lawful to drink In the morning some warm
liquid, as tea, coffee, or thin chocolate, made
with water. Necessity and custom have author?
ized the use or hog's lard lustead of butter, In pre?
paring fish, vegetables. Ac. The following per?
sons are exempted from the obligations of fast?
ing: Young persons under twenty-one years of
ase, the sick, nursing-women, those who are
obliged to do hard labor, all who. through weak?
ness, cannot fast without great prejudice to their
health. By dispensation, the use or flesh meat
will be allowed at any time on Sunday, and once
& day on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursiiavs. and
Saturdays, with tue exception cr Holy Thursday,
and the second and last Saturdays 0: i,eut.
Persons dispensed rrom the obligation or raiting,
on account of tender or advanced age. or hard
labor are not bound by the restriction or using
raeat'only at one meal on days on which Its usc is
granted by dispensation. Others dispensed rrom
the rast for other causes, as well as those who are
obliged to fast, are permitted to use meat only ac
one meal. _
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on his
THE SETVB CIL DING OF THE BOARD
Ever since Its organization, on March 23,
1S06, the Board of Trade has shown itself to be a
live, wide-awake corporation, prepared to do ail
iu its power to advance*the business and forward
the interests of Charleston. The want or a suita?
ble place for holding tue meetings of thc Board
was early felt, and it was determined that this
want should l>e supplied. With this end in view,
every effort was made, and al! resources husband?
ed; bu: it wa9 not until a few months back that
the plans assumed nuy definite shape, and the
Board took steps to secure .1 building that would
not only be adapted to the business purposes or
thc organization, and be an ornament to the city,
bu; would famish a suitable clubhouse aud read?
ing-room for our merchants and business men
and their guests.
The fine three story brick building on thc west
s'.de of Meeting street, owned by Mr. L. D. Mowry,
was purchased, and the contract awarded to Mr.
?avid Lopez, who immediately commenced thc
renovation and Improvements neoessary to trans?
form it from a private mansion to a building
suitable Tor thc Board or Trade. This transforma?
tion required both time and care, aud after some
mouths of unremitting labor, a result has been
attained which places the Board lu possession of
a building, second to none devoted to similar
purposes in other cities. In order to meet the
requisitions demanded, it was necessary to tear
dowu and rebuild the interior on a different
model. The exterior aud outet buildings were
also remodelled, aud the appearance of thc front
Improved by the removal of tho unsightly irou
renee and the substitution or a low, neat railing,
rounding towar ' ?' e entrance. The balustrade
around thc piaziu .. as also replaced by one In a
more modern aud tasty stile. The whole build?
ing has been painted 111 the cream tin now so
fashionable, and the exterior is both attractive
TUS FIRST PLOOK.
The main entrance ls up a night of granite steps
leading boldly from Meeting street, thc door open?
ing on an alcove, tho inner door of which has the
letters " Board of Trade Rooms" on ground glass.
The walu of the entry-way are paniced in imita?
tion of variegated marble. The floor ls covered
with oil cloth of a tasty pattern, aud the mat
leading to rooms bears the significant Inscription.
"Welcome." The large room on the left of thc
entrance has beeu formed of the oiiginal rooms,
and is titted up as a reading-.oom for the club,
with walnut racks against the walls for the liles
or papers. All the furniture ls of oak, the chairs
and settees having green rep cushions. Over the
wkite marble mantelpieces are two large and
handsome mirrors, In dark walnut and gilt
frames. The walls are of a neutral cream tint,
with ornamental cornices handsomely shaded.
There are three massive bronze chandeliers lu this
room, with an exteusion argand bumer lu the
centre of each for convenience lu reading. The
windows arc shaded with lace curtains pendant
from a green and gold canopy.
The smoking-room opens from the club-room
and is furnished lu the same style, the carpets in
each beiug of the best workmanship. This room
has one large bronze chandelier of a haudsonic
pattern, and ls dticd up with every convenience.
A private entrance opens on Meeting-street, and
visitors can pass through to the other apartments
without being observed by the inmates of thc
club-room. A hat and cloak room, pantries and
other conveniences aro in the rear of the smoking,
room. A cool, wide, double piazza extends the
whole length or the building.
TUE SECOND FLOOR
contains the assembly-room, which ls of the same
size os the c!ub-roo:u, and though more plainly
furnished ls admirably suited to the purpose; all
the chairs arc or oak, and a loug table extends
down thc room. A small room over the alcove ls
designed as a committee room, and that over the
smoking-room will be used for dinner and supper
parlies. A wine-room, pantries, dumb watter
connecting with the kitchen, and all the wat?r
conveniences arc lu the rear of the dining-room.
The carpets and all the furniture tn this story 4?
of the rine-t material, though not so elaborate as
those iu the lower rooms.
THE THIRD FLOOR
ls assigned to billiards aud other amusements,
the main room having two billiard tables of the
Phelan pattern, and ls supplied with all the para?
phernalia necessary to the game. The smaller
rooms can be used for smokiug and other pur?
poses. Wash rooms, and all conveniences for the
use or visitors, are In the rear or the billiard
TUE TOUT ENSEMBLE.
Tne stairways leading to the different stories
are wide, and have a gentle slope. They arc all
handsomely carpeted, tho pile being so soft that
the feet slak Into it noiselessly. A private stair?
case leads from the wluc-room to the lower piazza,
aud visitors can pass from the private entrance
through the smoking-room to the door opening on
the piazza. The piazzas have places for gas fix?
tures, and In case of an entertainment can be
made serviceable a: a moment's nolle-.
Thc kitchen is attached to the malu building,
and ls fitted up with all the appliances of the culi?
nary art. A large dumb waiter affords easy con?
nection with the dining-room. In the rear of tho
kitchen U the building designed for thc keeper of
the "rooms." This is a ueut two story dwelling
newly built, and containing eve comfortable
The grounds are surrounded by a nea; fence,
and are laid out in garden, under the supervision
of Mr. S. Webb. Souie of Hie dirubbery is already
planted, but only au idea of thc future appearance
can be formed, as the work ls not. yet completed.
The contract for the whole building was award?
ed to Messrs. David Lopez A Son, and tito work
was done under their supervision. Messrs. Doug?
las A Miller were the painters, and thc handsome
finish of the Interior reflect* great credi: on their
skill In the usc ortho brush. Tiie gas-fitting and
plumbing was done by Mr. Paddon, the chande?
liers being rurnished by Mr. Hayden. The wood
work and plastering was doue by Messrs. Lopez
A Son, and the brick work by Mr. Culletoa. The
carpets and upholstering came from the estab?
lishment of Messrs. C. D. Carr A Co., asd the furni?
ture was made to order at a Boston factory,
through instructions forwarded by Mr. D. F.
The building is complete in every detail, reflect?
ing credit on all engaged m Its construction, au
objector pride to the Board, au I au ornament to
thecUy. lt will do more tu engender a good
feeling among mercbauts, aud advance fae busi?
ness prospects of the eily than any public enter.
prise that has been un-ertaken fur years. The
club-room alone nils a want that bas long existed.
The rooms are in charge of Mr. Poster C. Black,
agentleman well known la the business communi?
ty, whose urbanity of manner aud extensive ac?
quaintance, will add to the popularity of the acw
A MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.-On Friday even?
ing, about S o'clock, a fatal accident occurred at
thc Forty-one Mile Turnout, on the South Caroli?
na Railroad, resulting lu the death of Mr. Baxter,
who, for many years, occupied the position of
pump-minder at that point. The l'relght train
had just taken wter, and was backing on the
turnout to ailow the night passenger train to
pass, when Mr. Baxter attempted to jump on thc
rear car, but mused his Tooting and fell on the j
track, the whole train of twenty-six cars passing
over his body. A fireman oa the cowcatcher saw !
the body, and called to the engineer to stop.
This was instauriy done, and the englaeer,.Mr.
George Baxter, jumped off and ran to the spot.
On turning the body and recognizing the fea?
tures, he exclaimed, "Great God, it ls my father!"
and Tainted. The body, which was terribly man?
gled, was taken to a neighboring house, together
with Mr. George Baxter, who was still insensible.
Medical attendance was promptly famished, but
at last accouais lils oondition was still critical.
Mr. George Baxter's wife, wno lives in the neigh?
borhood, had been sick, and lt is supposed that
willie endeavoring to give his son some informa?
tion regarding her. Mr. Baxter met with his
To PERSONS RESIDING IN TUE COUNTRY.-A
box containing one quire ol initial paper and en?
velopes to match, mailed, postpaid, on receipt or
rorty-nve cents. Address, stating letter required,
Chas. C. Righter A Co. No. 151 Klug street,
Grund Opening of "Humpty Dumpty
nt the Academy of Music.
To-night the admirable pantominc and bur?
lesque company of Mrs. Oates return to the
Academy board3 and produce the celebrated
fairy extravaganza of "Humpty Dumpty, or
the Fair One with the Golden Locks," which has
had so unprecedented a success lu every city in
which it has so far been presented. The piece
will be brought out, after many weeks of careful
preparation, involving a heavy outlay, with en?
tirely new scenery, effects, costumes and fairy
transformations, and the Oates Company, who
have already achieved so high a reputation with
our theatre-loving pu'.dic, will doubtloss excel
themselves upon this occasion.
A large proportion of thc more eligible seats in
the Academy arc already engaged, and there is
every indication that thc most brilliant audlenoe
that has yet filled the Academy will be gathered
within its walls to-night.
Carlotta Patti Coming.
We are requested to announce that the cele?
brated prima donna, Carlotta Patti, and avery
tine operatic troupe, will give several concerts in
Charleston about the middle of March. Carlotta
Patti is the sister of Adelina Patti, uow Marquise
d c Caux. and the veritable Queen or Song. Car?
lotta is said to be very nearly thc equal of her
famous sister: and our music-loving people will
anticipate her coming with much pleasure.
Thc Bal Masque of thc Sch?tzen Gesells?
To-night the Music Hall of tl*e Academy will be
light and bright as fairy land, for t?c Gorman
Riflemen, faithful children of Prince Carnival,
have chosen this night for their long talked or
masquerade ball. The whole civilized world will
send apt representatives, and thc "outer barba?
rians" will not bc forgotten. All or America and
the Hast, or France and Vaterland, of Asia, and
Afric's golden sands will scud their chosen am?
bassadors to the welcome ball. "Bopeep" shall
return rrom the shades, "Lalla Rookh may wear
once more thc robe or wondrous beauty, and
qu-ens and peasants, courtiers and tyrants, can?
dy-sellers and exquisites, Solon Shingles and Ro?
chester the gay, will mingle and gossip, laugh aud
jes; lu bewildering but bewitching confesi?n.
The Rifle Club are determined that it shall be
what the ladies call "a beautiful ball," and In
general arrangement and good order it will be tu
perfect as nil the entertainments are which arc
conducted by Charleston Germans.
Close of St. Joseph'* Pair.
On Saturday night, after a gala season of two
weeks, thc fair for the benefit of St, Joseph's
Church was brought to a close, and the Hibernian
Hall hos returned to Its normal condition. The
rair was well attended throughout, and a large
'amount realized ror the church.
Future Attractions at the Academy
Miss Laura Keene.
Manager Ford has effected an engagement with
Laura Keene's One dramatic compauy, now play?
ing to crowded houses in Washington. They will
probably appear here during the week commenc?
ing Monday, March 14. Thc well earned lame of
Miss Laura Keene, not less as a manager or rare
taste and discernment than as an accomplished
and uniformly successful actress, should secure
for her a hearty welcome on her first appearance
upon the Charleston boards.
Tho Mcculloch and Brlgnoli opera troupe will
begin a short season at the Academy on Monday
evening, the 21st proximo. Two years ago Miss
Mcculloch, our own charming Carolina prima
donna, sang here, and left a most agreeable im
pression from her young Tresa voice. Two years
or study, we hear, have wonderfully developed
her powers, and realized the rair promises or her
novitiate. Miss Henne, contralto, is new hore,
but not unknown to the musical world. Her
voice ls said to be or superior quality and her
school excellent. Signor Petrllll, baritone, estab?
lished hlmscir as a favorite with a Charleston au?
dience on his first visit. We need not speak ol
Brignoll. Ills voice bas lost none or Its silvery
sweetness, and happily he appears In two operas
in which he has established his fame-"Lucia"
and "Trovatore."' Thc troupe ls accompanied by
a very accomplished director In tho person of
ACCIDENT ON THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
-ANOTOBR WARNING TO BOYS.-On Friday even
lug, about half-past seven o'clock, some boys,
white and colored, were playing In the yard of the
South Carolina RUlroad, between Spring and
Columbus streets. A train ol empty cars was
backing at tho time, and one or the boys, said to
bc a ucgro. pushed a small white boy named Mike
Walters under a car, saying, "I'm going to let the
cars run over you." Before the little fellow could
extricate himself, the flange or one or tho wheels
struck his knee, fracturing aud crushing the
bone. His cries attracted attention, and he was
taken to his home, and medical attendance called
lu. Amputation was found to be necessary, und
the leg was taken off near the hip. The perpetra?
tor or the deed is still at large. Attention has
been frequently directed to thc foolhardy man?
ner with which the boys, who congregate In the
railroad yard, play around the passing trains.
Death has already occurred and accidents are
uot uufrcquent, yet neither these warnings nor
the stern, remonstrances of the employees of the
company seem to have any weight.
DY REQUEST, that elegant painting at
Walker. Evans & Cogswell's will be rained.
A NEW STYLE of line Initial note paper and
envelopes, 40 cents a box, at the H?sel street Ba?
LADIES, have you seen that nice note paper
at the Hasel street Bazaar, price 25 cents Tor two
OFFICE OF Z. B. OAKES. REAL ESTATE BROKER
No. 4 BROAD STREET.-Special attention ls invited
to the sale or property belonging to the estate of
thc late Moses D. Hyams, to take place to-mor?
row near thc Old Postoiflce, at ll o'clock A. M.
Thc terms, lt will be observed, arc accommodat?
ing, and the sale will be without reserve reu28 2
AN ATTRACTIVE BUILDING SITE.-The large
and well-located building lot, 05 by iso, on Rut?
ledge avenue, next adjoining the beautiful resi?
dence and grounds or R. C. Gilchrist, Esq., will
be sold to-morrow on easy terms. Any one want?
ing a building location, on the most select and
fashionable avenue In the city, will Und this a
good opportunity. Messrs. Leitch St Bruns an
uouuee the sale at ll o'clock, at the old Postofllce.
HENRY'S PATENT GANG PLOUGH.-Ono of thc
best uses which the Inventive mind ot maa has
made or machinery ls Its adaptation to agricul?
ture. Farming ls now made easy by the improved
appliances of the age. Mr. Wm. S. Henercy, a
practical machinist of this city, who has already
invented several labor saving machines, has re?
cently perfected a patent gang plough, which
combines many striking advantages. A public
trial will take place to-day at the terminus of the
omnibus line, near Magnolia.
THE SEED STORK OF TUE LATK CONRAD
RING.-We feared from the closing out by ad?
ministrator's sale of the old and so well known
seed and agricultural warehou3e conducted tor
so many years by the Messrs. Landreth, and for
the last twenty by the late Conrad Ring, at 353
King street, that we were to suffer a public loss;
but are happy to say to the old and numerous
patrons or the house that the business ls con?
tinued by a person of experience and enterprise,
and that all orders will be tilled with great care
ELEGANT SHIRTS.-We have examined some
of the tine linen shirts made at Scott's Emporium
of Fashion, and can safely recommend them for
fineness, durability and superior finish. Thc Star
shirts are undoubtedly the best that are made,
and none are made better than Scott's. At his
establishment can be found the celebrated Cham?
pion Brace, for which he ls sole agent, and a va
rlety or every article needed in a gentleman's
MUTUAL E I F E INSURANCE COMPANY
CITY OF NEW YORK.
ESTABLISH KI) 1853.
ERASTUS LYMAN, PRESIDENT.GEORGE F. SNIFFEN, SECRETARY.
ASSETS OVER.87,300,000 ?0
Securely invested under the stringent Life Insurance Laws of the State of New York.
INCOME OVER.'..94,000,000 00
Amount paid to Widows and Orphans of Deceased Members. 1,700,000 00
This Company has deposited FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS in South Carolina Bonds with the
Comptroller, as required by law, and will continue business in this State.
Policies issued in every form.
Annual Dividends on contribution plan.
No extra rate of premium for Southern residence.
No restrictions upon travel m any civilized settlements of United States.
Free permits to Europe.
The liberal course pursued by the KNICKERBOCKER LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, during the
war, with regard to the Southern policies, which were not allowed to lapse, has greatly increased Its
popularity and ravor among Southern and Southwestern insurers, and the Company ls now reaping
the fruits of Its Just and wise policy.
Applications for insurance to le made to
WILLIAM S. HASTIE & ?OIN",
GENERAL AGENTS FOR NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA,
f'bSS 0_ No. 43 Broail Street, Charleston, S. C.
?rjiris arto ?nrnisr)ing <?&ooos.
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STAR SHIRT E VT P O R I U M .
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THE LATEST STYLE
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PATENT MOULDED PATER COLLARS.
LOOK FOR THE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
P L E N G E ,
No.. 37 BROAD STREET,
Informs his customers and me public generally
that he ls now disposing of a dioico lot of
TEN FER CENT. LESS THA? PREVIOUS TRICES.
CANTON FLANNEL DRAWERS
of the same manufacture, ind
WOOLLEN UN CE RS HIRTS
I A M E REDUCTION
OUTH CAROLIN*. RAILROAD
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE, 1
CHARLESTON', S. C, Sept. 15,1809. J
On and after Thursday, Sptcmber 16, the Pas?
senger Trains on the South (iroilna Railroad wit]
run as follows:
Leave Charleston.-.8.30 A. M
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trains foi Montgomery, Mem?
phis, Nash vi; ie and New Orlens, via Montgomery
and Craud Junction.
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.40 P. M.
Connecting with Wilniingtm and Manchester ?
Railroad, and Camden tram.
Leave Augusta.....8.00 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7.45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
AUUUSTA NIGHT KPRESS.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M
Arrive at Augusta.0.10 A. M.
Connecting with trains for Memphis. Nashville
nd New Orleans, via Craud J.uctlon.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMGIA NIGHT KfRKSS.
Leave Charleston.6.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia..> 15 A. M.
Connecting (Sundays exceptd) with Greenville |
and Columbia Railroad, and oiMondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays with Charl?te and South Caro?
Leave Columbia.S.50 p. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.2.50 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.4.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M.
Camden and Columbia Posenger Trains on
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and STURBAYB, and be?
tween Camden and Ringville ally. (Sundays ex?
cepted,) connects with up an down Day Pas?
sengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.6.35 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.1.45 P. M.
Arrive at Camdeu.8.00 P. M.
(Signed) iL T. PEAKE. '
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE AN ELECTROTYPE
FOUNDRY AND PRINTER'SWAREIIOUSE,
NOS. 28, 30 AND 32, CENRE STREET.
CORNER READ AND DUNE STREETS,
NEW Y 01 K.
A large Stock Of ENGLIS1 AND GERMAN
FACES, both Plain and Orumental. kept on
hand. All Type cast at thlsestabllshment is
manufactured from the metal kown as Conner's
Unequalled Hard Type Metal. Every article ne?
cessary for a perfect Printing Oleo furnished.
Jj" E ff BUSINESS.
THOMAS P. SMIH.
(Late Naylor, Smith . Co.)
FACTOR AND GENERAL CO.MISS10N MER?
No. lo Boyce A Co.'a Hiarf,
Solicits consignments of Ctton, Rice and
N. B.-GEORGE W. MCIVER s connected with
the basluess, and hopes, by faftful attention to
the interests of his friends, to ecure a ponton of I
their favors. febll tnUislmo
No. 37 LINE STREET, BETVEEN KING AND
LUMBER of every description ?ind BUILDING
MATERIAL, Lime and Plastfring Laths, Paints,
Oils, Glasses, Shingles: also Groov; and Tongue
Boards, Ac, constantly on hand at the lowest
mariel prices. oetli mtusiyr
ADAMS, DAMON ?fe CO., 16 BROAD ST.,
Deniers tn Stoves, Ranges, Grates, 4c. Agents
tor the Automatic Washing MachineanU Wringer.
ADIAR, G. W.-CHOICE DRUGS, CHE
MICALS, Surgical Instruments, Perfumeries
ami Toilet Articles. 469 King, cor. Vanderhorst st.
ARCHER'S BAZAAR, 3C3 KING ST.,
Wholesale and Retail Notions and Fancy
Goods. 60 per cent, less than elsewhere.
ALLAN, JAMES, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
Jewelry. Sterling Silver, Platedware. Spec?
tacles, Fancy Goods, Ac. No. 307 King street.
BABBOT, ALFRED A, AGENT OF THE
Havana Cigar Factory, "La Valentina," 113
East Pay street._
BAZAAR, F. VON S ANTEN, LMPORT
ER of Paris Fane Goods. Toys, French Con
fee t lonery. In dla Rubbf Goods Ac. No. 229 King st.
BISCHOFF ?fe CO., HENRY, WHOLE
SALE Grocers, and Dealers in Wines, Li?
quors. Cigars, Tobacco, Ac. 107 Ea9t Bay.
CHARLESTON HOTEL, THE BEST
regulated and irnlshed House In the South
ern States. E. H. J CKSON. Proprietor._
COSGROVE'S SODA WATER MANU?
FACTORY ond Bottling Warerooras for Bas9
and Htbbcrt's London Ales, 37 Market st.
CHAPIN ?fe CO., L., MANUFACTURERS
and Dealers In Carriages, Harness, Ac,, 20
Uayne, A 33 A 36 PInekney st. : also. 193 Meeting st.
CORWIN & CO., WM. S., IMPORTERS
and Dealers In Colee Whines, Brandies, Teas
and Groceries. Wholesale and Retail1 276 King st.
CH AFEE ?fe CO., WM. H., WHOLE- !
SALK Deniers in Groceries, Wines, Liquors,
Ac: Agents for Exton's Crackers. 207 East Bay.
CEAFEE'S TONIC, THE BEST AND
most pleasant Stomach Regulator extant.
Chafee A Co.. No. 207 East Bay. Manufacturers.
DUVAL ?fe S0N, J. B., MANUFACTUR?
ERS of Tinware. Dealers In Stoves. House
Furnishing Goods, Ac. 337 Klug st.
EASON IRON WORKS, ESTABLISHED
1838, Nassau and Columbas streets: Steam
Engines, Marine. Portable and Stationery. Boilers.
FRENCH CHINA, AT IMPORTER'S
Cost, now seUlug at R. H. MCDOWELL'S,
corner of King and Liberty ats.
FOLLIN, G., TOBACCO COMMISSION
Merchant, Manufacturers' Agent for the
sale of Standard Brands, No. 151 East Bay.
FURNITURE WAREROOMS, ESTAB?
LISHED 1838. D. H. Sllcox, Nos. 175, 177 and
179 King st. Goods carefully packed and shipped.
p OLDSMITH ?fe SON, MOSES, 4, 6 AND
\JT 8 Vendue Range,Wholesale Dealers in Iron,
Metals, Rags, Paper Stock, Hides, Wool, Ac.
GURNEY, WM., FACTOR AND COMMIS?
SION Merchant, 102 East Bay, and 1 Accom?
pOUTEVENIER BROS., (SUCCESSORS
VX to A. Hiing.) dealers lu Millinery, Fancy
Goods. Toys, China, Glassware, Ac, 237 King st.
HENEREY, WM S., 314 MEETING ST.,
Machinist and Founder, Manufacturer of
Engines, ami Improved Agricultural Implements.
KINSMAN & HOWELL, GENERAL
Commission Merchants, and Agents for
Manes' Superphosphnte of Lime. No. 128Exst Bay.
LYONS ?MURRAY. WHOLESALE AND
Retail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Trunks, ?c.,
IA Market st., near Meeting, Sign of "Big Boot."
LA CRIOLLA.-JOSE JARA, IMPOR?
TER and Manufacturer of Havana Cigars,
Wholesale and Retail, cor. Meeting and Market stn.
LITTLE ?fe CO., GEO., 213 KING ST.,
sell the cheapest and best Clothing and Fur?
nishing Goods lu Charleston.
MERTENS. W. A., DEALER IN LA?
DIES'. Misses'. Gent's, Boys' and Children's
Boots and Shoes, Trunks. Valises, Ac, 282 King st.
MERNAUGH, N., DEALER IN BOOTS,
Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Valises, Ac, 212 King
MARBLE WORKS.-THE OED ESTAB?
LISHMENT. E. R. WHITE. Proprietor, 119
Meeting st.. next old Theatre lot.
MATTHIESSEN, WM, STAR SHIRT
Emporium and Flue clothing and Tailoring
House, Gents' Furnishlnz Ooods. 291 Klnar sr..
NE?FVILLE. B. k\, BLANK BOOK
Manufacturer. Job Printer and Stationer, 9
Broad st. Magazines, Ac, bound in all styles.
NOAH'S ARK.-WM. McLEAN, JOBBER
aud Dealer in Toys, Fancy Goods, Show Ca
ses. Stamping A linking a specialty; 433 King st.
OSTENDORFF ?fe CO., WHOLESALE
Orocers. Dealers in Wiucs, Liquors and Ci?
gars. No. 175 East Bay.
O'NEILL, BERNARD, WHOLESALE
Grocer and Commission Merchaut, 139
East Bay. ami 4<J and 50 state st.
PADDON, W. F., GAS FITTER, STEAM
Fitter ami Plumber, 447 King st. All kinds
of Gas Apparatus made to order.
PIANOFORTE AND MUSIC STORE,
191 Klug St., 7.00BAUM, YOONG A CO.,
Agents for Knabe A Co.. Dunham A Sons. etc.
PHONIX IRON WORKS, ESTABLISHED
1S44, John F. Taylor A Co., Engineers and
Boilermakers, 4, 6, 8. io and 12 Pritchard st.
PERRY, EDWARD, 155 MEETING ST.,
Printer, Stationer, and dealer in Blank.
Schooland Law Books.
STOLL, WEBB ?fe CO., WHOLESALE
nnd Retail Dealers In Dry Goods, No. 2S9 K?ig
street, three doors below Wentworth.
SCOTTS' STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
and Gents' Furnishing Room, Meeting st. op
poslte Market Hall. Agent for the Champion Brace.
SPEAR. JAMESE., 235 KING ST., OPPO
site Hasel, Importer and Dealer ia Fine Watch?
es. Jewelry. Silver. Platedware. Fancy doods. Ac
THE GREAT SOUTHERN TEA HOUSE.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO., 275 King st., branch
House of POP Broadway. New York._
VOIGT, C., DEALER IN FRENCH CALF?
SKINS. Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather, Shoe
Findings. Hides. Furs and Beeswax, 85 Market st.
WILLIAMS ?fe BRO., A. M. 9 BROAD
st., up stairs. Railroad, Commercial and
General Job Prlntins. at New York prices._
WING, ROBERT, BELL HANGER AND
Locksmith, 122 King st. Hotels ond pri?
vate houses titted up with Bells. Speaking Pipes.
WEBB, WM. L., DIPORTER OF CHI?
NA, Glass and Earthenware, 123 Meeting
WHLLDEN?fe CO., WATCHES, JEWEL
ry and Silverware, 255 King st. Crockery
and Glassware at Wholesale, No. un Heetlu?:rr,.
Unction Sales-'?r)is Oap.
>. By WILLIAM MoKAY.
THIS DAY, AT HALF-PAST 10 O'CLOCK,
AT No. 136 MEETING-STREET.
One young HORSE. Baggy and Harness, very
little used. Also, Woollen HOSE, Men's Felt Hats,
Hardware and Sundries.
Also, wltbout reserve, one Diamond Cluster
RING, valued five hundred dollars; gold Watch
and Chain. feb28
Unction Sales--intnre Sans.
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
SIX PLANTATION MULES, AT AUC?
Will sell TUESDAY, at ll i o'clock, at No. 38
Broad street._feb 28 2
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
SMALL DWELLING, No. - NUNAN
street, near the City Railway.
On THURSDAY, March 3d, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Po9tofnce. Broad street.
The above DWBLLING, containing four square
rooms. Lot 21 by so feet.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one and two
years, secured as usual. Purchaser to pay us for
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
DOUBLE TENEMENT DWELLING, No.
114 Anson street, near Calhoun street.
On THURSDAY, March 3d, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Postomce. Broad street,
The above PROPERTY, containing four square
rooms and doable Kitchen. Lot 40 by 88 feet,
more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and
two years, secured as usual. Purchaser to pay
us for papers and stamps.
By JOHN S. RYAN.
DWELLING HOUSE AND LARGE LOT
on Calhoun street, south side, east of Meet?
On TUESDAY, the 15th of March, at ll o'clock,
A. M., on tho north of the Exchange, I will sell,'
at public auction, without any manner of re?
All that LOT OF LAND situate, lying and being on
Calhoun street, south side, east of Meeting street,
and Immediately adjoining the residence formely
occupied by the late Jos. P. Earle, Esq., measuring
and containing, ia front, on Calhoun street, 40
feet, by 41 feet on the back line, and 217 feet in
depth, according to a plat made by Major Charles
Parker, February 1.1854, be the same more or less,
with all the buildings thereon, consisting of a
two and a halt story frame dwelling, a two story,'
brick building adjoining, and a frame dwelling of
the same dimensions, with other outhouses. Ac.
Terms-One-half cash; remainder in 12 months,
secured by bond and mortgage of the premises,
the same to be insured and policy assigned. Pos?
session given at once. Purchaser to pay for the
papers and stamps.
N. B.-For any other Information, please apply
at 52 Broad street. feb28
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY.
DWELLING IN TRADD STREET, NEAR
King street-Sold for Division-Sale posi?
On TUESDAY next. 1st March, wul be sold at
the Old Postomce, at ll o'clock.
All that two-story DWELLING, with attach?
ment to Brick Kitchen, Well of Water and Cistern
thereon, situate on the south side of Tradd street,
No. 77. third door west from King street, Lot
fronting on Tradd street 30 feet by 100 feet in
depth as the leuce now stands, but old title calls,
for 120 feet in depth. Buildings being now insur?
ed for $1200.
Conditions-Half cash; balance In 12 momba,
to be secured as customary. Purchaser to pay
for papers. _feb26 3?
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
BY VIRTUE OF A WRH OF FIERI
Facias to rae directed and delivered, will be
sold on MONDAY, 7th day or March next, at the
northeast corner or the Courthouse, at 12 o'clock
All the-right, title and Interest or the defendant
la a LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings and im?
provements thereon, at the northwest corner of
State und Chalmers streets.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, next north or the above, on State street.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, on west side of King street, near Line,
known as No. 691.
All that LOT OF LAND on the south side or Mary
street, near Meeting street, with the Tenements
thereon, known by the N09.35, 37, 39 and 41.
Levied on and to be sold as the property or
Thomas N. Gadsden, at the suits or John Horlbeck
et al, executors or Blum et al.
At the same time and place
All the right, title and interest or defend an t In
a TRACT OF LAND, situate tn the Parish or St.
James' Goose Creek, containing 1400 acres, more
or less. Also, A GRAY PONY.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of P.
Groantes at thc suit or w. T. owens.
At thc same time and place
All thc right, title and Interest or defendant in
two LOTS OF LAND, with improvements thereon,
situate on south side of Tradd street, nearly op?
posite Savage street.
Levied on anti to be sold as the property or Wm.
Izard Bull, at the suit or Theodore Dehon ct ah
Executors of Mrs. Dehon.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
IN E Q U I T Y-C. C. P.
Charles P. Williams, vs. William E. Simmons.
By virtue or an order or Judge Carpenter, made
In this case, I will acll before the Courthouse in
Walterboro', S. C, on the first MONDAY In March
next, being tho "th, the following Plantations,
1st. All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
being, lying and situate on Yonge Island, in St.
Paul's Parish, Colteton County, known as Sim?
mons Blutr; bounded on the north by a certain
creek, on the east and south by Wndmnlaw River,
on the west by lands of P. H. Waring, and con?
taining three hundred acres, more or less.
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND, In
St. Paul's Parish, known as Hollywood; bounded
on the north by thc Great Bay, on the east by
Lands or Dr. Clement, south on Lands or James
Mlggeth. and west by Lands or P. II. Waring,
containing In all six hundred acres, moro or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, secured by bond or bonds ol purchaser,
and mortgage of the premises.
J. K. TERRY,
Sheriff Oolleton County.
Sheriff's Ortlce, Walterboro', S. C., 14th February,
By virtue or a Writ or Fieri Facias, to me
directed and delivered, will be seid on MONDAY,
the 7th day or March next, on the premises No.
-, east side or King street, between Wentworth
and Society streets, ac ll o'clock A. M.,
The entire Contents or a DRUG STORE.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Dr.
P. Melvin Cohen, at the suit of French, Richards
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
fHacrjincrtj, (Eastings, #c.
jyjEETING STREET FOUNDRY.
TDIS ESTABLISH HE NT IS NOW FURNISHING THE IM?
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
or various sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Corn Mills,
Sugar Mills, Sugar Eollers and Pans, of all
Horse-Powers ond Gm Gearing, from 6 to ic reet
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, for Hand, rower,
Saw and Rice Mills.
Machinery and Castings of all descriptions made
Particular attention paid to House Fronts and
Castings ror Boildiugs, Gratings, Cistern Covers,
Sash Weights, Ac. Ac
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER,
No. 314 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, E. C.
?jgXCELSIOR IRON WORKS,
FOOT OF 14TH STREET. EAST RIVER.
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OE' IRON WORK
FOR BUILDING PURPOSES?.
GEO. R. JACKSON, BURNET A CO.,
BRANCH OFFICE, NO. 201 CENTRE STREET,
CORNER OF HOWARD.
Unction Soles-irntnre SDarjs.
By J. A. BXS LOW & CO.
DAMAGED SUGAR! DAMAGED STJ
GARl For account bf the Underwriters
and all concerned.
Will be sold on Palmetto Wharf, TUESDAY, 1st
of Mareil at ll o'clock, A. IL
lia boxes Choice Grocery SUGAR, slightly dam
aged on voyage of Importation._
By J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
jyj-US^COVADO MOLASSES AND SU
On TUESDAY HORNING, March Mst, at ll
o'clock, will be sold on Palmetto Wiatt :
25 hhd8 MUSCOVADO SUGAR.
50 hlids. SuperiorMnscovado Molasses. ifeb28
By J. FRASER MATHEWES.
TTNRESERVED SALE OF HOUSE AND
U LOT, St. Phillp street, west side, two doors
south of Mne street.
Will bc told at the Old Postofflce, on THURS?
DAY, 3d March, at ll o'clock,
The aboveLOT, with the BUILDINGS thereon,
measuring 35 feet front on St. Phillp street, by
130 feet deep, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay J. F. Matbewes
for papers and necessary U. S. Internal Revenue
By W. X. LEITCH ?t R. S. BRUNS,
DESIRABLE DWELLING LOT ON
wm be sold on TUESDAY, 1st of March, at ll
o'clock, at the Old Postofflce,
That desirable BUILDING LOT on Rutledge Ave?
nue, measuring 65 feet front by 178 feet In depth,
more or less; bound lng on the north by lands now
or late of H. L. Toomer, Esq.; south on residence
and grounds of R. 0. Gilchrist, Esq.; easton Rut?
ledge Avenue, and west on lands now or formerly
of estate of Haig.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year,
secured by bond and mortgage, with Interest at 7
per cent. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
By W. T. LEITCH & E. S. BRUNS,
PEREMPTORY SALE OF No. 41 STATE
wm oe sold at Auction on TUESDAY, March
1st, at the Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock.
That three story BRICE STORE AND DWEL?
LING, No. 41 State-street, between Cumberland
and Queen-streets, west side. The upper part
contains four rooms; on the premises are Kitchen,
Cistern and all necessary outbuildings. Lot mea?
sures 20 feet front, 23 feet back Une, and in depth
Terms-One-half cash; balance In one and two
years, secured by mortgage of the property, with
bond at seven per cent, interest, and Insurance
assigned of the building. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamps. feo26
By W. Y, LEITCH & B. & BRUNS, >
BUILDING LOT OPPOSITE THE NEW
Customhouse, East Bay,
Will be sold at auction on TUESDAY, March 1st,
at the Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
That elegantly situated LOT opposite the New
Customhouse on East Bay, adjoining the Ware?
house of Messrs. Pani, Welch A Brandea, The
site la regarded as one of the most eligible In
Charleston for a Wholesale Grocery or Provisi?n
Store, and its con tig ni ty to ?he Customhouse
making it valuable and desirable. The lot mea?
sures 30 feet front by 125 la depth.
Terms-One-half cash: balance In one year with
Interest, bond and mortgage of the property.
Purchasers paying us for papers and stamps. -
Bj Z. IL OAKES,
ESTATE SALE OF VALUABLE PRO?
PERTY, by order of the Executors of the
late Moses D. Hyams.
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 1st of March, at the
Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock.
No. 1. That Elegant three story BRICK RESI?
DENCE, No. 9. south side George street, near
Meeting, built ot the best materials, and finished
in superior style, almost regardless of cost-gas
throughout the house and handsome chandeliers -
in the parlors. It ls furnished with all modem
conveniences, bath tubs, hot and cold water,
closets, Ac, and ls in every respect suitable for
a large and respectable family. On the premises '
are large and commodious outbuildings of brick,
carriage house, stable, cistern, well, Ac. Lot 70
feet front and rear, 241 feet deep.
Five superior Mirrors, large size, ordered ex?
pressly Tor this house, will be sold, deliverable 1st
No. 2. The VACANT LOT adjoining the above to
the west, measuring 41 feet front on George street,
40 feet 3 Inches on south line, and 241 feet deep.
No. 3. The two story double Tenement Brick
Building, In the rear ot No. 389 King street, west
side, containing twelve rooms, piazzas west and
east. Lot ni feet 8 Inches front, 49 feet deep.
No. 4. Thc East Tenement of the two story
double brick Tenement Building In the rear of No.
395, west side of King street, containing twelve
rooms. Lot 44 feet front, 56 feet 10 lng hes deep.
No. 5. The West Tenement of the above describ?
ed building, also containing twelve rooms. Lot 43
feet front, 56 feet deep.
(The Court leading from King street to these
houses to be kept open for their exclusive ase.]
No. 6. The two story Wooden Building, No. 383.
west side King street, occupied as a store below
and dwelling above. Also,
No. 7. The two story Wooden Building, occu?
pied as a shop and d welling, adjoining above to.
the north. Lot 23 feet front, back line 29 feet,
and In depth 201 feet 1 Inch. On this lot is a com?
fortable two story Brick Building.
No. 8. The two story Wooden Building. No.. SST
west side King street, occupied as a store and
dwelling. Lot 21 feet 6 inches la front, soi feet
No. 9. Thc small Wooden Building adjoining
above to the north, occupied as a shop and dwell?
ing. Lot 14. feet io inches In front, 201 feet deep.
No. 10. The two storv Brick Store and Dwelling,
No. 395, west side of King street. Brick Kitchen ,
on the premises. Lot 18feet front, 127 feet deep.
No. ll. The two storv Brick Store and Dwelling,
No. 397, west side of King street. Lot is feet
front, 127 feet deep. ,
No. 12. The two story Brick Store and Dwelling,
No. 399, west side or Klug street. LotlSfeetL.
front, 19 feet in rear. 127 reet deep.
These three Buildings are similar in construe,
tion, and arc regarded as excellent business
No. 13. That vacant Lot west side Archdale -
street, opposite Clifford's alley, measuring 37 feet
front, and 113 feet deep.
Ko. 14. Vacant Lot west side Archdale street,
adjoining above to the south, 40 feet front, and86
feet in depth.
No. 15. Vacant Lot son th side of Clifford street,
near King street, 19 feet 4 luches front, and 47
feet 3 Inches deep.
No. 16. Vacant Lot south side Clifford street,
adjoining" above to the west. Same dimensions.
No. 17. Vacant Lot northwest corner East Bay
and Gulgnard streets, measuring on East Bay 26
leet, on Gulgnard street 125 feet ll inches, on
the north linc 121 feet S Inches.
No. IS. Vacant Lot west side East Bay. adjoin?
ing above to Hie north, on East Bay 27 feet 2
Inches, on south line 121 feet 3 inches, on north
Une 116 feet s Inches.
No. 19. Vacant Lot north side Gulgnard street,
In the rear of Nos. 17 and 18. measuring 38 feet
on Gulgnard street. 51 reet 4 inches deep.
No. 20. The two story Tenement D welling. No.
107, south side Wentworth street, with comforta?
ble Kitchen. Lot 51 feet S luches front, 59 feet 9
Inches lu depth.
No. 21. The two storv Tenement No. 109 Went?
worth street, adjoining above to the west, of
similar construction and dimensions as above.
22. Thc two story Wooden Store and Dwelling,
southeast corner King street and Price's alley,
measuring on King street 35 feet and 73 feet on
No. 23. The two-story Dwelling, sooth side of
Price's alley, near King street. Lot 58 feet 4
Inches front". 36 reet 6 Inches on east line, 61 feet
on south line, and 34 reet 6 Inches on west line.
No. 24. Vacant Lot, south side Price's alley, ad?
joining above to tne east, 37 feet front, 70 feet
No. 25. The two story Wooden Store and Dwell?
ing, northeast corner Church and Chalmers
streets. Lot 13 feet 7 inches on Church, 67 feet 3
inches on Chalmers, thence north 34 feet 8 Inches,
thence west io feet 1 inch.
No. 26. The two story Wooden Building, north
side (maimers street, adjoining above to the east.
On Chalmers street 28 feet 6 Inches. 34 feet 8
inches ou the west line, 35 feet o inches on the
No. 2". nie two story Wooden Building, north
side of Chalmers street, adjoining above to the
east. Lot 16 feet on Chalmers street, 36 feet in
No. 2S. Two story Brick Bnlltllng, on east side
Church street. No. 106, next north of Chalmers
street. Lot 18 feet 8 inches on Church street, 66
feet 6 inches in depth.
No. 29. The substantial three story Brick Store
and Dwelling, No. 79. we9t side of East Bay, with
the range of two story brick stores in the rear,
with right of passage through the alley-way on
the south. Lot 21 feet 3 Inches front, 160 feet 6
inches in depth.
No. 30. The two-story Brick Store, south side
Vendue Range, bounded south by Brown's wharf.
Lot 29 reet on north side, east and we9t 61 feet,
18 reet 9 inches on the south.
Conditions-For the residence on George street,
one-fifth cash. For the other property, one-fourth
casi.: balance in one, two and three vears, with
interest at 7 per cent, from day or sale nuable
semi-annually, secured by bond with mortgage of
tile property. Buildings to be Insured and poli?
cies assigned. Purchasers to pay Auctioneer for
all papers and sr amps. .
Plats of the above propertv. prepared by Wm.
Hume, Jr., Esq., Surveyor, may be seen at my
The following Securities, with which the sale
will commence: .? ,_,..
50 Shares BANK OF CHARLESTON. (Old.)
so Shares Bank orcharlesfon. (New.)
18 Shares Peoples Bank. ("Id.) .
40 shares Planters' and Mechanics' Bank.
63 Shares Bank South Carolina.
80 Shires Mate Bank.
oti Shares Farmers and Exchange Bank.
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