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St. Andrew'sXodge, at ? JP. M*. * ?.
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Auction Sales This Day.
Ste?IeQ9j Werner 4 Broker will sell before
their stores, at a o'clack, groceries.'
A. c. McGlMvray will sell ac the old' Postofflce,
at ll o'clock, real estate. . . ,;:...'?!?
Lonis D. De^anssnxe will sell at the old Post*
office, at ll o'clock, real estate. .
Waru law A Carew wilt sen a: il o'clock, at the
old Postofflce, real estate. . ...... !j
John G. Milner A Co. will sell at ll o'clock, at
their s:ore, felt acd straw hats, dr; gooda? Ac, fei
Lauroy A Alexander will sell at io o'clock, at
their store, groceries and tundries. * 7YX
P. B. Lalane ? Co. will saU at 10 o'clock, at their
store, hams, shoulden, Ae.
fr Leitch A LT uns will sell at 10 o', clock, at Nev Ml
"King srreer,' Balance ?f-stock-of 1. R. Remf A ?o. i
A. H. Abrahams A Sons win sell at io o'clock, at
their star*:, aa asAoum amo r goods. .; .
MonmE5T OF TROOP3.-Three companies of
the Ti h -Cavalry aulv.au Ut Columbia OB Sunda?,
ander command OT Major Merrin, and wehr m to
camp near the Charlotte Depot.
CONFIRMATION.-At St. Patrick's Church, on
Bundey, Bishop Lynch confirmad one hundred
and sixty-seven persons', viz: -One hundred and
Bfty-three children of rte sunday school of S.
Patrick's, and fourteen adults.
CAUGHT is TBS ACT.-Jacob Daniels, a col?
ored boy, entered -tte " boase of. Adeline Fairfield,
tn Cow alley, (Hi ii ade) pola street) at eight o'clock
'tm Snnday night, through an open window, and j
the Wigy being olear, proceeded to break open the
proprietress's chest with a hatchet which he bad. |
brought with him for the purpose. She returned
borne during the hatchet solo, and hearing the
.noise entered ber roora cautiously and caught the
. young scapegrace at his nefarious transaction.
He was placed in the bands of the police, snd
being i.rough t before the Mayor on Monday morn?
ing, was turned over to the State for prosecution..
HOPE-STEALING.- Last Thara day night the
Office of Mr. John H. Sf emmey er, at the foot of
Broad street, was. entered, and a large con' of
rope, rained at $30, abstracted. The rope was
discovered soon after tn. the possession of a Mr.
Bruch, who had purchased lt from a colored
youth, Moses Johnson by name: Moses was ar
rested and brought before Trial Justice Levy, yes?
terday afternoon, for exanrmatlon, during which
- tie acknowledged the theft. He said that, after
entering the house, he lound the rope too heavy?
So he cat lt in two, and getting another boy fe
help him, the two carried lt to Mr. Rruch, to whom
lie sold lt for the sum of S3. Tba, prisoner was
sent te jail for thirty deys.
THB BANK OF CHABJ.KSTON.- An adjourned
meering of the stockholders of the Bank of i
Charleston, took place at tbs.hail of the bank,
yesterday, at 12 M. The-e?nualttee appointed at
the last meet in g to take into consideration the
future administration af the bank, and the pro?
priety of a division of tte asses?,aaa?* their re?
port, which was retd to the meeting. ? The com?
Xnlttce renoniuictiued that an election for directors
beheld ey the stockholders ea tte ta day of
May, and tha^the bank resume active operations |
as early as practicable, and net laser than tbs 1st J
or Sept erae*r next: also, that tte matter be re?
ferred to the meeting for ona! action. After some
discussion, the report was adopted, and the
meeting adjourned. /,- . o
THE GEMMAN LADIES' BALL.-After a long]
interval ol silence tte Hibernian Ash once mor?
bloomed last evening into mirth and enjoyment
under ta?..favoring aaspices** sae ?arman La.
dies' Society. Tte spa?i0??-?*ag*rtate the scene
or themysterious doings of the magical DeCastro,
, now support*! a ste band, and aa the a?ralos of j
mellow music floated Through the hall, happy
hearts and impatient feet beat responsive to its
notes. The dancing begun 8A.au early hour, and
Was ?Cf pt Up wi tb sta aniinstton that ts never
found wanting at German festivities. Dreamy
wal: zes, vivacious polkas and piquant schottisches ;
succeeded each other in pleasurable vari -ty, and
few knew or cared how rapidly the dark hours of
Dight were slipping array. A large attendance
on the part of the ladles insured the success ,-or
tbe emerialnrnnnt, sud all enjoyed* themselves
with hearty go>d will. The committee were om?
nipresent, and attended to tte wants, aBd.com*
fons or their gaews wtth alli possibler ?ad ness
and courtesy The bau, m fine, was one of the
most enjoy awe ones of the season, and la all of its
appolntmrnta was wo^*bjT tt9-*ocj"fjiy j
under whose patronage lt was giren.
.TBS TICKET A G SN XS! BXCUBSJOK-A. large
number or the delegares EB Tte IKfcft Jag^HtS
Convention^. eccompsnlect by many ladles, reach
ed the city yesterday morning by special train
The party being a largs one was di vi < ed between
the yharlrston Hotel and MUS Hoase, where they
enjoyed a snort rest afr er their travels.
At the Mills Hoase are-tE, B Myers, general
ticket agent P. P. -v. and Chicago Hadroad; Geo
A. Dadmeed, generaT ticket agent'Philadelphia,
Wilmington and Baltimore hatlruad; Samuel
Powell, general tieftet agent OM cago, Burlington
and Quiney Railroad; Ems Clarke, general agent
Northern Pennsylvania Railroad ; Ki Phillips, gen
eral agent Providence and New Tork Steamship
Company; Captain Grus ty", R. D. and Piedmont
Ka-., road; Jos. W. Aten, general ticket agent West
Jersey Railroad : Geo. 8, Wright, general ricket
agent Worcester and Nash aa Railroad ;U 0. Darte,
general ticket agent Laekw and Bloomsbury
Railroad; A. F. Merral. Mu waa* le and St. Paul
Railroad ; J. C. Smith, Great southern Mall Route;
E. st. John, general ticket agent Chicago, R. L
and Pacific Railroad;.!*. McOhane. Erle Railway;
Colonel J. B. Tates, Great Soo Chere Slail Route; G.
IL Huntingdon, Great Southern Mail Rente; Ste
phen Greene, general manager Leeseurtz's Pub?
lishing House; Fdwd. Vernon, general editor Offi?
cial Railway Guide.
At the char leston E'iKel sre-Henry W. Gwinner,
general passenger agent Pennsylvania Central
Railroad; J. w. Gore general-ticket.agent Cam
den an? Ambo/.-at?..cad^t. wv Baa*in, general
passenger ageiu Sh*-Jers?y RaJlroaifj-L. M. Cole,
general ticket agent Baltimore and Onto-Railroad ;
P. V Cleapor. genen.t ricket ?g?n t Northeast rm
RallroadrF. Chandler, g?n?ral Wesetj agent st.
Louis Va H ey, Terra Hante and. Ind Un* ^RallroaiL;
ton, WaSion'and Wflmington, .Uolstnhia and Aa
gusta Pmifro?i;.&. 4L.?ctena._?juth Carolina
Railroad; j. c. Botyl5ton,""Swratitiah and Charles
tOiuRabroad; Clinton G. Hancock, Philadelphia
and l-ead mg Railroad'; E. B. ByfrgSon, general
ticket agent St Louis Packet Company.
At half-past 10 o'clock, the delegates, accom?
panied te their fan- rellow travellers, procede!
to Lulon.whsYr, whare a flatt* lng picture or the
life and business activity of CU art es ton Was ex-'
gdbited In the unloading of tte BuBSh Carolin a and
the falcon, which latter had Jua? escaped from
ter dangerous position on the shoals. The steam?
er Fannie arrived shorty arter, and her decks were
soon crow fl ed with the excusi?n 1st?. Tte steamer
proceeded to Fort Sumter, Morris and Sullivan's
Island, and other points ot histor ic interest
around the harbor, which were viewed with
much pleasure .by oar Northern and Western
visitors. The party then weal op to the Bite of
the New Bridgeman tte Ashley, and returning
around t he Battery, ascended iha Cooper River
beyond tte suburbs of tte', etty. The weather
was fine, airt tte excursionists had fair opportu?
nities of vie wing the city from every point.
The excursion was In charge of Messrs. S. B.
Plc ken s, S. C. Boy ls ton sad P. L. Cleapor, and- re?
turned at 2 o'clock, being one of the pleasantest
affairs of tbe kind. After experiencing the hos?
pitalities of our hosts of the Charleston and Milla
House, conveyances were put In requisition, and
the delegates were soon to te seen driving on tte
Battery and along oar principal ? rects In the
pleasant spring evening. Numb. * we doubt
not. were glad to see tte poster- or the Lydia
Thompson Troupe, and, la their case, a visit ta
the Ac - demy finished the enjoyment of the day.
The delegates left Charleston by a sp?cial tram
ibtsjavannah thia morning.
J To all Honest Hen la the Rep obi ic an
I ,Ym?S^QtSm^nim^^rE. O \
1st. We challenge you to find, in all the j
world, a o ody of men more Ignoran tt corr np t and
dishonest, eleeted-'^o office 4>yfrasergrandi or*
sustained in power by a tyranny more destruc?
tive or every principle of true republicanism, .[
than the present Republican State government
so called) which now rales with despotic sway over
the destinies of the unfortunate people of South
Carolina. ? \,
2d. We challenge proof that any other party
than the Republican majority in Congress is
chargeable1 with being the pam CAOT?-OT the
troubles thai now afflict the people of Sooth Car?
Sd. We challenge the production of a single
sound reason why the imposition of such a State
government, as we nowhave should be quietly sub?
mitted* to by the people of SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE COHXOS PLEAS.-The Juries will be or
ganlzedtn tatt court today, and such cases on
the process dockets tried as may be ready.
ASSAULT ADO BATTERY.-Rose Fraser, a
colored women, was tried before Trial Jostles
Levy, yesterday afternoon,, for beating. Martha
White on the head with her fist The prisoner
was found guilty, and sent to Jail for ten days.
FOR TRIAL.-Pat. Gallaban, who was arrest?
ed on Sunday night for catting a colored man
named Rutledge with a Knife, was examined be
I fore Trial Justice- Schroder yesterday morning.
I The offence waa clearly established, and the pris-,
oner was released on $600 ball to appear for trial
at the next Court of General Sessions on the
charge of assault with intent to kill.
-. S -.
. CLUBS AND STARS.-Of four mea arrested
for being drank and disorderly on thc street, two
were discharged and two were sentenced to pay
a floe et* c<or aa to the .-Bo use of dorree; ion ror
flv&'dajfi. Oftrtij (ito latter, ona.-palf?up?.add_
the other went to the Hon'se.*
Two colored women, arrested for allowing the
chimney of their premises. No. 143 Harket street,
to*catch fire, were examined and discharged.
MR. MARTIN METER, the*-proprietor ??Tb? |
popular saloon,TBo. .113 East Bay, died suddenly
yesterday morning of^dlsease or the hearts -Mr. j
Meyer was a native of Germany, and emit,
to. this country from his home-near Bremen-averd
twenty-five yeats ago. He was ' tb< proprietor, j
jost before theV/Wsr, ol the well-known Marton
Coffee House, at the'corn.et-of East Bay and'Unity j
ailey, where he stood his-ground until forced :
follow bis customers by the thickly falling mes-1
sengersof Mr. Gilmore. Soon after, the close of j
the war he opened hts saloon on East-Bay, where,
his burly form became one of'the local institu?
tions. Mr. Meyer was a very large maa^wetgh
lng near four hundred pounds avoirdupois, and
had a heart and kindly feelings In proportion to
his size. * <f
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LAND AND I M M to RATION ASSOCIATION.-Ge '
rs>V. C.- Butler, Mr. John Chadwick and General
M. W. Gary have entered Into an association for
the purpose of introducing Immigrants Into Sooth
Carolina, and have matured a plan of operations
which will, it is believed, Insure the success of
their operations. Land-owners are requested to
place their surplus lauds In the hands of the asso?
ciation tobe sold to intending Immigrants. For
selling the lands the association will charge a
lesajaaale committal on. The gentleman now as?
sociated together in the good cause need no re
corn rn edda Mon in South Carolina, and tlj?fr names (
and reputation wal doubtless give to their ou- j
dertaking that public c nfldence which is one of i
the most essential elements of success.
Which blew without Intermission all day Sunday"
waa something unusual for a March, wind, sad
several mishaps occurred in different parts of the J t
clty.Theclouuaorbji^ngdust whlchawept do-.vn (
n* streets, thesidtingchase? after-spinning hats. |
the falling fences-alls ho wed a thorough hms*.' j
taring day. The unlucky window awnings that t
were left spread, several of which were to be seen j
ruthe windows of the Fireproof bunding, were G
speed!ly torn and twlated ont of shape, and in ?
one.instance up town a, serious accident occurred. >
Th o whole ftoat at a "wooden boUdftnarat tbe coi? c
ner of Rodent's alley and King street was torn off i
and thrown some distance Into the street. The ?
inrrsjbjtranfs, a colored ram?y, were all st home, \,
and, rtrtnkhrg that the wno]? boase was coming (
down, went out in a harry. lue baildlag toa ]
one and a half story house, and not Di the best of
repair. It ls owned by Mr. Wilson.
THE STATE COURT_In accordance with the
order issued Borne time back, a special ternrof
the Court of Common Pleas began to be holden
yesterday morning at io o'clock, hts Honor Judge
Graham presiding., .... ,,
The>aTnes o? the Jurors drawn fdr this term
were called, and tea answered, twenty-one bejng
absent. Two ox those asa weting wore afterward a
excused, and the sheriff waa ordered to summon
twenty three Additional jurors to appear on the
28th instant, at io o'clock A. M. .
The following are the Jurors who were present:'
J. P. Kens, Peter Lee, Si epnen.D- Kirk. J< N. Robt
son, Jua R. Campbell colore j, Jflo. Mcpa% 00?
ore'd, F. W. Bensamon, Jno. B. Morris, colored,
Wm. Emmerly, colored, and J. J. Monaghan.
ThelBsue, process and Inquiry dockets-for tao
city and country^ were sounded, and the cases as?
signed for trlal_st ruck off or continued. A large
number or the members of the bar were present,
sad ?he calling of the dockets occupied until tul r
pas t n o'clock.
His Honor g ive notice that the trial of oases on
the city Issue docket would commence on Wed?
nesday-calling fifteen cases a day.
The court then adjourned until 10 O'Clock this
THE STEAMSHIP FALCON.-To the surprise of
most persons thia steamer was released from tho
breakers near Morris Island beach, on Sunday
evening about 8 P. M., and came up to the city
dvring the night. At the time of her escape from
the dangerous position no aid was at hand, and
ehe came off by the working of her engine, the
assistance of her canvas and a kedge. The
stannett manner in which she has sustained her?
self during two days' trial among <he breakers, ls
the best evidence of the strength of her holL
She bears no outward mark of damage, but has
lost about one-third of her cargo, And bas some
Inj' ty to the machinery, arising from the getting
in of the sand among the works during the time
the engine was in motion among the breasen.
The ll-1 of consignees will be found under the
The following lithe report or Jobn F. Haynie, j
m as ter. or sWnsklp Falcon, of. Baltimore :' - -j
.At 9 o'clock P. M. on Friday night, the steamer
Falcon, af i er a ve-y boisterous passage, crossed
Charleston bar, and on account of the recent
changes la the lights, passed too far to the west?
ward and got on the Folly Breakers. The mate
and roar men were lmraeilately dispatched np to
the city, and the agen is. Mesura Mordec 1 A Co.,
and P. C. Trenne'l ii, with (treat promptness, di
pa1 ched the Steamer Phot Boy, Captain Sly, with
men sufficient to render all useful assistance.
The Pilot Boy succeeded hi gei ting a haw?
ser 'to 'the Falcon, and the s eam-tug Emma
getting a line to the Piloy Boy to hold her
np. tney began to pull, and, after several
uu-occessrni efforts gave lt un. The steamer Km- .,
Hie and tog* Staples and Relief also came down, 1
bot dla nothing on Saturn ay morning, the Seth *?
March. At alu BJ, the si earner Emilie came down j
Sud gave us a hawser, but did not poll at os. Tbe F
PO t Boy and togs also were there, but from some
cause u known to me no attempt was made to c
communlcaie with the ship,or lo assist her off, [j
except run Ding i he hawser fi om the Emilie. On
sunday morning the Pilot Boy, Relief and Sta?
ple- came down. I ron a line to the Relief and
hauled her hawser ou board. The Pilot Boy,
going ahead or the tug, but after sev?
eral trials, which were unsuccessful, they
slopped pu,ling, and, as a .last resort, sent
the mate up to the city for an anchor and
hawner to drop ha deep wat r and try to keep the
ship from gulag any further on tue shoal. After
the ?learner Relief had gone, 1 had a kedge an?
chor ran out ahead and ail the available sall set,
and the. wind being favorable, ihe ship slewed
round, and when the ile made we got steam on
the ship and went full speed ahead, when tne
ship came off I mast say that all on board of the
\e*i*el, officers, engineers and crew, and the mea
se t loi'ur assistance, acted nobly and truly to
tue interest or the ship. In my efforts to save the
ttntp and cargo I acknowledge having received
valuable assistance from the advice or Captain J.
D. Horsey. JOHN F. BATH IE,
XffJT BLACK MILITIA. ?
A bgiUalTatU?k, wholly without provocation,
was-Soude ?'pon Driver Dav? and Conductor
roomer, of King Street Car, No. 1, at abont 8
o'er >ck, last night. The offenders were a com?
pany, of negro militia, armed to the teeth with
Improved rifles and Axed bayonets.
lt appears that eas No. l was going up King*
street, -whan it overtook the company of negro
militiamen, who were marching on the track.
Tho car baited three times to aUow the blaok
guard to get out of the way, and the car being"
then behind time, the conductor rang the bell for
ttie driver to go ahead. Instantly the militiamen,
cursing like demons, surrounded the car, bran?
dishing t heir weapons over the bea? of the driver,
One squad seized the horse and dragged H to the
Bide or the car. The driver stood to his post and
was then struck over the hand with a clubbed
rifle. This blow cut the hand badly and disabled
the driver. The conductor ran to his assistance
ano helped him'Into the car. Now the militiamen 1
t urned upon the cond uctor and struck him heavily
upon the shoulder. Those of the militia who could
not reach the car with their bayonets, then opened
an active fl r?'wit h brickbats. With these missiles '
some or the car windows were smashed to pieces, 1
The militia were now thoroughly aroused, but .'
were toned down by an officer of police. His ar? *
rival saved the conductor and driver from worse
violence abd* the car from destruction. As soon
as thc road was clear the conductor and drive* '
went on to the upper Guardhouse, where they \
lodged their complaint, vre are not advised, how?
ever, of tbe names of the rlotercor of the com?
pany to which they belong.
This Incident shows what the- whites have to ex?
pect, when the armed militiamen, at fifty to one,
attack unarmed citizens. These negroes are not
flt to be ti usted with deadly weapons; but the '
.ierumu^fcoe /ought with 4rar-an?4f .UiejjLasks '
ari nfit fftfanned .the' whites .'mu?^rnfraS ct>?e. '
That Is tn? long aBd the Short of Iff
THE LECTURE OF PROFESSOR DAVIS.-At the
invitatlan-of General John A. Wagener, the Bon.
Thomas Y.' Simons, Janie- Lowndes, Esq.','and
other i u fl tien lal citizens. Professor W. J. Davis
has consented to lecture Indrais city during the
Prisen- week. The firat -lecture will be delivered
ats' o'clock on Thursday night, the 30t!i instant,
BC-jBoimes's Lyceum, at the corner of King and
Wentworth* streets. In this lecture, Professor
Davis'wiu give Sketche?: and geographica; de?
scriptions or htt. scientific travi-ls in Southern
Bos?ta. Ptrrsia?Lfjb?rre*eTartary and Central Afri?
ca. Professor Davis was with Dr. Livingstone on
the Zambesfexpeditlon, and will describe the late
discoverieVjn regard to the sources of the Nile
and the volcanic mountains or Central Africa
Professor Davis ls an ex-professor of the Univers!
;y or St. Petersburg, and, as an eminent scientific
traveller, will doubtless make his' lectura both
interesting and Instructive.
Tas U.trTED STATES COURT.-The District
jourt was opened at ll o'clock yesterday morn,
rig, bis Honor Judge Bryan presiding.
The jurors for the grand and petit.Juries, fur?
nished by the'tbree Internal revenue collectors
ander old cr Pf court, were placed In the jury-box,
iceoriierrto law, and the foUowlng juries drawn j
for tba Hay term:
Grand Jury-Jaa. Windsor, James Jost, Comm?
ua; Ed. P. Haruee, Mars Bluff ; Jno. D. Bateman,
.,'ulumbia; Richard Hogan, city; J. D. Stocker,
Drangeburg: A. Sanders, Columbia; <J>. Lynch
Pringle, Georgetown; Wm. McCan. Columbia- Mil?
er Robertson Jefferson, Julius floyd, Darlington;
Pleasant Brook, Aaron Johnson, Cher?w; L. A.
WtoWbj? Jas."?; "Wilson^, Rrjfta* White, city;
??jjry J a>-. couwnyturoVirjA T.i?Ity, Colum?
ba: Jas. White, DarUngton.
Feat Juries-Thoa Boyne, John Glaze, Comm
ria; Uriah Trout, Leesville; Edward England,
:lty :. Ut flack, florry; Cv L. Jones,. Lancaster;
?enry^?rTbeck, city; t\ W W*B?,: Cheraw; Jas.
lorosgls. Con way boro'; Daniel BL Kelley, Colum?
bia; Wm. H. Moore, Chesterfield; Wm. McKenale,
iarlon; Jno. G. Ables, Leesville; Nathaniel Fields,
Ity; James B. Middleton, Marton 0. H.; C. Mun
terivn, Jas. Adiaon. Cheraw; J. G. Graham. Oo
umbia; Nandln, Wyatt, Camden; W. A. Wnrdlaw,
illy; Jas.* Rswla,-Lexington* W.T.. Bell,"CUy
[tim Houston, Lexington; G. H. cor nelson, Or
lugebuiv; J. Allen Duncan, Barnwell; T. M.John*
Koa; S. C Shannon, Behj. E. Holloway, city ; R.
J. Anderson, Columbia; Chao, p.- Howard. Aug.
3. Cohen, etty.
The assignee of Bonnell A Drummond was or
lered to pay to J. A. Riols $498, due him for one
rear's rent from the bankrupts for the year pre
ledlng the bankruptcy.
The assignee of the Laurens Railroad Company
vas ordered.to pay to the treasurer pf Newberry
lounty " $ tiwi 92 for taxes due;
The Philadelphia owners having released their
ilalru on-the barkKedar oakthe security given by
he New-Turk owners, the bark- waa or..*-re a to be
ele?sed by the United States marshal and deUv<
red to the master, captain french.
; ? I IK THE CIRCUIT COURT.
The following Juries were drawn In the form
jr?scnbej by law, sad ordered to be summoned
Orbe flrst Monday In August next: ill
Grand Jury-Henry D. Roe, Alexander Paine,
1. A. Sutherland, Alexander Maxwell, Thomas
Iteem, Lewis Dapree. James linderman, Ephraim
Y hit?, J er ry Var ber t-Stephi Marchbau ks, James
?. AMen. TaomasJsdwacda, William Robertson,
srael Charles, John Bucknow, Peter McDayld,
ease Maxwell, Henry Gaines and Gabriel Pool
,n ol Greenville.
Petit Juries-J. H. Coleman, Thomas M. Roe,
t. F. Tew, Thomas Clark, Jordon Hicks, Adams
vhistnaru, Isaac Henning, James Scott, William
loldsmtth, Henry M. Smith, J. A. Davis, Warren
lant, R. lt. G?ssen, C. F. Hammond, Robert
Yard, Franklin Cobb, John J. Harrell, Armistead
Ling, C. N. Car enter, Thomas Benson, Enoch
Janntngham, Thomas Mares, Toney Perry, Wil?
lam West, Columbas Tonngbloqd, Porter Smith
oel Grant, Wiley Pool, Thomas Holland, John
hun poe tl, Johnson AnseL
The court then adjourned unta ll'o'clock this
Hotel Arriva le-Hare ta ST.
Prank Bench, u. a. A.; Miss Lydia Thompson
nd maid, Miss weatherby, Miss Wheatley, Miss
irnottand sister, Miss Lillie Hope, Mr. Caldwell,
Ir. Henderson, New Tors; Dr. Horace Rlchard
ou. Miss E. Richardson, Boston;- Lucien Newhall
ad lady. Miss Danton, Lawrence Lewis, Miss
.ewis and maid, Philadelphia; R. B. Oelafleld and
rite, Miss c: Qi He afield. Kinara Depafleld, New
Totk; D. T. Richards, Baltimore; J. H. Work,
thode Island; Mrs. V. G.- Hall, J. T. Hall, New
Tork; and ladles and gentlemen of- delegation.
Gentlemen of the ticket agenis' delegation and
idles; A. Henderson,-G. H. stoat, New York, W.
I. Walker, Washlogton; J. T. Edwards, New
fork; E. T. Moore. Sumter; J. s. Wilson, South
iarqiida-J. H. J hnsan. W. D. Johnson. Georgia;
. W. Jackson, New York; E. B. Tate, Jr., Georgia;
? M. Cole and wife, Baltimore; J. Fara, Georgia;
L H. Johns ia and wire, Na* York; E. Watson,
f. Kkhards, Georgia; W. P. Clyde, New Tork;
. Lewtuthal Iowa; J. T. Brown ami wire, Miss J.
Irown, Baltimore; Miss Vose, New Tork; G. Blah
ip, R. H. Bishop, Detroit; H. ?. Dodge, New
ersey;J. W. Buckhalter, Williston; L. B. Dow,
M. W. Wood, J. 0. Woodby, W. H. Llde, South
larollna; Harry Beckett, New York; Willie Ed
rtn, M. Bennsuy, E. Chapman, Baltimore, T. s.
?rowan, North Carolina; Joel Gulledge. Anson
lou .ty; W. A. taster.in, orangebarg; Miss Glen,
flss Lye, Miss Grazer and two Miss McGhess,
,ydla Thompson Troupe; W. Barrett, Georgia; W.
telly, New York; A. Wickman, Walterboro'. (
SPECIAL ATTENTION ls called to the sale of
.aluabie real es-ato advertised by Mr. Louis D.
>?Srtussare, to be sold this day at pabilo auction,
t comprises valuable landed estate, which never
isa been offered for sale aluce the original settls
aent of Spulh Caro lin a
SINBAD.-Lydia ThQmpe.oEj and heir bean
teons blondes made n?ir bow ?t the Academy
night to a very fall h o use ;^ and rarely h a va
seen a better pleased and more thorough!; satte
fled audience. The troope lairiy vindicated
claim to be thebest and completest organization
of ' the Und that has yet been seen ont of"Kew
York. The music te excellent,, the dresses
rich and brilliant, Sad the company shows
good effect of long and careful training.. Beckett
and Edoata are capital low comedians, and Mfrs
Lydia, thongh a host in herself, bas formidable
rivals iaseveral of her sister' Won des. The dane
rog of Edouln sud the gags of Beckett-especially
que tn reference to the Port Royal Railroad
were received with the most uproarious applause
We may add that t here was nothing' in any part
of the performances which could offend the most
fastidious. Sinbad win be repeated for the test
time this evening. Seats can be secured without
Tas COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT.-The annual
exhibition commencement of the Charleston Col
lege takes place this even lug, at 8 o'clook. Ora?
tions will be delivered by the members of the
graduating elans, Messrs.. Alfred' Hanckei, D.
Huger Wilkinson and Langdon Cheven, after which
the annual oration before the Alumni Association
will be delivered by the Hon. W. D. Perter. The
occasion, which te always Interesting to the.ctti
tens of Charleston, presea ts more than ordinary
attractions, and a large attendance from the ladles
As much confusion has existed respecting the
place of holding the commencement exercises, we
refer our renden ts tnead ve rt 1 semen t of the secre
t a ry of the faculty, by which it wm appear that the
Hibernian Hall has been at last determined upon.
j HEftRjzw BBUBTOLBST SOCIETY.
At a regalar meeting of this society, con
vened March seth, 1871, the president informed
the members that he bad received a letter from
Mr. L. Lorentz, enclof lng the sum of on* hundred
Sonars as a donation to the society, Whereupon
the following seselutlon was proposed and nnani
mooely adopted : < *
Resolved, That the sincere thanks or this society
X tendered to Mr. L. Lorentz for his liberal con
?ribatton to its charity fund, and the secretary
le instructed to transmit him a copy of this r?so?
ut ion, and* the same be printed in the dally
napers of this city. , *
Extract from the Minutes.
J. il* Loss, Secretary.
MR. A. C. KAUFMAN, the well known stock
aroker, advertises for a large lot of securities.
EZNBKAV & HOWELL vant 600 quarts of
itrawberrles by 2 o'clock, on Thursday.
THE sale of the rich and rare dry goods at
he store of J. R. Read A Co.,. in King street, te
torrtlnued to-day by Messra. Leitch A Brans.
AN invalid must indeed be proud of his ills
I he does not avail himself of the greatest curs
Ive agent known-0. 0. B.
A FRESH SUPPLY of the Bulbs of the Golden
(ap a a Lily (Ltllam Aa rat um) jost received, and
or sale by Walker, Evans St Cogswell, No. 8 Broad
itreet, Charleston, 8. C. Only a small quantity
>n hand, so purchasers had better call at once.
THE ATTENTION OF WATCH-BUYERS is called
0 our large stock of Waltha a Watches. These
rVatches have been long known throughout the
Jolted States as the best and cheapest in the
narket. All Watches.guaranteed.
W. CARRINGTON A Co.,
marl3-mtuf No. 256 King street.
ALL that axevflOfcrlng from bodily ailments
ncldent to rjtar-Soutne/n climate, should avail
hemselves anH beneficial effects of the Oil Car?
EKE RY BAgt should .have one of Mrs.
-"""s's Infinta' .Raober. Diapers. They are
F, comfortable and easily adj oatt d. Sample
on receipt or tl. Address .
. 4L . J?T0N santsk'
. No. 229 King street,'charleston, S. C.
AT COST ! AT COST !-Large size Chromos.
HASEL STKSXT BAZAAR.
MATE'S NITBOGENIZBD SCPBHPHOSPHATE has
lghteen years of practical success. KINSMAN A
tawauj.itfft.agen te f?T the?: a: e. . . . 'tu
~9B???VSHOOS 1-.A11 who ?re -in want of
ood HU Dst anual Boots' acrr -sn ces.- will rind
hem at No. 131 Meeting street.'1' They are offered
W f-ff Ait r*] r|?ar UPBS tCssofxn.
hjarr-rn*-" X - -*?- a *? *
i fl fi bc '***.--ir ? ' "
^f^)o.r??Tj 'CftoQjj?T ! ! CROCHET ni-ira
l?nse rednttlo? in price "r efile largest-1 Field
troquet at %l. ' *!? \ ' I: ? C i C ! O
' ' BASSX srsntsT BAZA AB AMS Ma ist KZSO'BT.
F A Km AN DRE88MAKINO- ls ram o us, ihv world
ref?, for-its matai leas nicety and ^tai t? ;" aud
hose of our; lady readers who wisbjto avail tbem
slves oi uie s er vices, of a traine and ace cm y ils h
d arfftt?. fd .dress, may. give their wort to
lad ame Lui fer, win fall eon?, dence rn her skill,
rom pt I tn (learnt ability -1,0 plea as. 'She also makes
ns French corsets to Order. - Ber es tabita tune nt
ion King street, ose door above Wentworth,
rer the Dollar Store. ?. .1
So QRSAT is the repuLat ion of the Old. Garo?
ns BU tera that they are to be found everywhere
A SEW. .LOT pl mercantile Note' Paper;, fl ve
aires for soc., at the Basel street Basasrand No.
*q Pngbtreek- [ ^ ootio-nitu
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS CHEATER THAN EVER !
i Velvet and,. Leather bi a din gs, 7S cents'; old
rice 90 cents. Tn Velvet and Leather otsdinga,
5 cents; oki price $i. Ia velvet and Leather
ladings, si; old price $LS6. la Velvet sod Lea
?er bindings, si 20; old prise SI M.
BASSZ. sr. BAZAAR, ANO NO. lol KINS ST.
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
f Charleston and vicinity, at No. 161 King street,
r at the Hasel street Bazaar. novl2
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
i now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
usiness cards printed thereon, at- S4 per thous
nd. Send yow orders. Every merchant and
nslness ?nan should haye his card printed on
ls envelopes. ?g-- p ..
PAPER DOLLS I PAPER DOLLS I-Sold at 3, 6,
and ll cents each,- former prices, 5, io, 15 and
j dents. i, - \
Sj No. ISL KTNOST-.AVDBASSX ST. BAZAAR.
^erjjs tigere* iUagoriHi^, Ut.
^ommmitCi **mjf**fj?f*****+*** yaaaj^^ajaWlSsSSl -"V - ?? tm?m,
FOR APRIL NOW READY.
ONTENTS A3 VARIED AND INTERESTING!
rice-For single number.25 cents
Per annum.S2 00
Por sale by
WALKER, EVANS * COGSWELL,
Publishers, No. 3 Broad street.,
LND BT BOOKSELLERS EVERTWBERE.
^H, YES! OH, YES1 OH, YES !
lt becomes my pleasant duty to inform my friends
,nd patrons, that the time has again arrived for
hem to commence cleaning and repairing their
leasehold Furniture, Mattresses and Beds-eads.
Ty a remedy that never falls; send for the Doctor
rho keeps the F rnltnre 'Infirmary at No; 31
tueen ?treet. Having greatly enlarged my
o valid Furniture Hospital. I am now prepared to
rest patients in nat tine mure success ally and
atisfactortly mau ever. "Come one, come ali."
JOBS L. LONGFORD. Bo. 31 Uoeeo st., .
Opposite Barrteson'a Paint and Od store,
SCARFS. AND TEES,
'TM* MARQUIS OK LORNE
THB MONARCH V f
COLLABS AND CLIFFS. ?
FLORENCE BRICNOL1 ?
LO! THERE DISRAELI
CLUBHOUSE - (CLUBHOUSE
A Fresh Stock of Fine Fur?
nishing (foods of all lands, at
SO OTT' s
STAR SHIRT, EMPORIUM,
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE LTARKET. '- j
* 0F THI8JC?^T,
ARB SOW MANTJTACT??RI?iG THEIR.
" SOLtTBLE G-UANO, "
Which wM ba furnished at $so cash, or $66 on ist
November next with city "accept aace, ana their 4
"DISSOLVED PHOSPHATE?' for composting with
Cotton Seen, at $33 "Bash,- or on 1st November
with io per cent additional.
"PCRE GROUND PSOSPHATE" at $15 cash.
Contracts for the FertiUaet? may be made m ex?
change for Cotton.
ORDERS SENT WILL RECEIVE PROMPT >T
J. D. AIKEN, AGENT.
?p E R T I L I Z E R 8 *
1U0 tons Na 1 PERUVIAN (Chincha) GUANO,
l&oo bbb. Land Plaster, ground from the best
Nova Scotia Roes, and warranted pure,
loo tons Pure Dissolved and Ground Bone.
160 tons Wheelock's Vegethtor. The Vegetator
has been successfully used, and bears a
very high reputation. It ls second to no
,-. other Fertiliser, except Peruvian Guano,
offered In this market. .
100 tons "Ralston's" Dissolved Bone and Ammo
? ". ma. .
-ioo-bbls. Eastern island Fish Guano, at $86 per
ton of 2000 pounds".
For sale hy T. J. KERR * GO.
febfl - ' . '
pAGIPIC GUANO COMPANY'S'
: (CAPITAL $1,000,000)
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
Thin GUANO is now so wejl known In alu he
Southern states for Its remarkable effects as sr
agencv for increasing the products of labor, as
not to require especial commendation from ai.
Its use for five years past has established its
character for reliable excellence. Thc large fixed
capital Invested by the Company in this trade,
affords the surest guaraatee of the continued ex?
cellence of Its Guano. .. J. N. ROBSON,
Se din g Agent. Charleston, S. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., fisaeral Agents, Balti?
more. ' dec2a-o*c
TIT AT T 8 ON A CLARK'S
TRADE j W.O. j MARK.
The standard of this Fertilizer ls guaranteed,
it ls manufactured from the South Carolina Phos?
phate Rock. For sale by
feb21-tuths Sole Agent for South carolina.
jgOWEN A MERCER'S
. APRIL 18V1870.
Moisture determined at 112 deg. Fahrenheit'. .180
Insoluble Phosphoric Ada;. e.?
Eqnal to Bone Phosph. Dissolved.. .13.27.
Insoluble Phosphoric Add. . - U.76
Equivalent to" Bone Phosphate.30.02 - I
Total Phosphoric Acid.10.83 -
.Total Phosphate of Lime.<S.2?
Lime, 'Sulphuric Acid and Alkaline
Balts, not separately estimated... 46.37
The foregoing analysis authorizes us te- pro?
nounce "Bowen A Mercer's'? Phosphate a well
Balanced and reliable"manure. The amount of
Ammonia which ft contains In aid of that sup?
plied i rom natural sources, furnishes a su tn clent
stimulus for promoting the growth and maintain
lng tbe vigor or the plant; while its liberal supply
of Soluble Phosphoric -Aottf-ln combination with
Lime, must ?ive a satisfactory fruitage for the
Drat year. Tie Insoluble Phosphate of tbs same
base, by slow chemical changes, subsequently
going on in the soil, win Increase Its capability for
producing a better crop for the succeeding year.
' A. MEANS, Inspector,
Savannah, Chatham Co,, Ga,
For sale by . . -
PAUL C. TBENHOLM,
Agent for south Carolina, .
febss-tathalmo Union Wharves.
DT?J ?OOOB, ?re.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 348 King Street,
Beg leave to announce that they bare Just re?
ceived full lines of Choice and reasonable
DRESS GOODS'. BLACK SILKS, -
FANCY SILKS, JAPANESE SILKS,
. , SATINS, POPLINS,
MOHAIRS, PLAID FOR CHILDREN,
PRINTS, LON G CLOTH.-*, SHEETINGS,
HOME KY. Ac, Ac, ?C.
WE BEG TO DRAW PARTICULAR ATTEN?
TION to our full Unes of DRESS PIQUES, and
GUARANTEE PRICES, or everything In onr line,
FULLY IN CONFORMITY WITH. THB SPIRIT
DF THE TIMES. c J
mr A CALL IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
LOUIS COHEN ft GO.,
3Y?. ?48 KING STREET,
Immediately South or the "Big Boot."
PAINTER AND PAPER H ANGE B.
Np. 102 BROAD STREET,
(Davison's Old Stand.)
s?-Orders intended for me should be left as
ibove between KINO AND MEETING STREETS.
Just received at KING WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, nesh- Society street, a
targe and complete assortment of Leaf, Chewing
ind Smoking TOBACCO, cigarettes, SnulT, Pipes,
fee. Havana and Domestic curara imported and
manufactured by WM. SCHRODER, who respect
may invites the attention or chewers and smokers,
?md traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock fully
?mprislng every variety or quality and prices,
rrom the cheapest to the highest grade, which is
?rered st the lowest cash' rates. All orders from
the country will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. O. D., or st thirty days' city accept
Br PAUL B? LALASE 4k CO. !
.'ijjfJILL-BE SOLD- 'THT8 "DAY, AT 9
^fjf. o'clock, before oar '6toj% iso. m East
lo bozos" D, S. SHOULDERS
loaa. s. a Hams ., -,r. .
L SO buihejs Pnmo Cow Peas
B bb ls. Cider Vinegar
Stubs choiceCountry Batter '.:
1 box Choice'Strips. .
. ateo, i ?
so bb is. Sweet Potatoes, ia prims order.
I ^ Conditions cash. - . msi38
Bj -LACRE Y ft ALEX IND Eft?
SUNDRIES TO FAY FREIGHT AND
. . STORAGE. ... il ?? . .
THIS DAY, tbe 28th i notant, win bs sold In front
of oar store, at io o'clocK? 1 v
9 trundles BAGGING- TWINE
1 roll Bagging
2 bnndles Ties
1 sack Coffee
1 box Soap
1 box Bitters and Oysters
1 Force Pump and Lead Pipes
And snndry other articles.
Conditions cash. - -' . marts
By LAUBEY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, THE ?8ra INSTANT, WILL
be sold in front or oar store, st lo o'clock, <?
1000 new Cugar-cured HAMS, STRIPS, SHOUL?
DERS AND SIDES
Batter.-Lard, C?etae and Paper. _ ;
10 packages Mackerel and Coodah.
Conditions cash. "* . ._mar28
STEFFENS,., WEBKEB & DUCKKE
WILL SELL BEFORE T1TELR STORES,
on Vendue Range, THIS DAY, the 28th
instant,at 9 o'clock, . _
' 30 tabs New York State BUTTEE .'.,
ii Arkins WesternJJuTler .""-.
a? boxes Factory Cheese
20 boxes Goshen Cheese
5000 pounds Hams. Shoulders and. Strias
20 boxes D. s. Bellies, sides and-Shoulders,
By. A. H. ABRAHAMS A SO SS. '
3nm3 DAY, THE28m, AX 10 O'CLOCK,
L will be sold at oar atore, No. 13B Meeting
AN ASSORTMENT OF GOODS adapted te the
Trade.. mara *
By JOHN G. MLLNOR A 00. '
FELT Aft D STRAY H AT 8>I DRY
GOODS ASD CLOTHING.
THIS DAY, 28th lust., at lo o'clock, we will
sell at oar Store, No. 1*6 Meeting street, an. ac?
count of New York Manufacturera.,:
ti dozen Linen Dook PANTALOONS
?ax dozen Linen Duck and DriU Pantaloons
St dozen Ai'orteu Cottonsde Pantalones .
10 dozen Dack and Drill Coats . .
6 cases Men's and Children's Black Felt and
Fancy Hats, Men's and Bays' Leghorn sad
Under Shirts, White and Calico ?hirts? Dru!
Drawers. Fancy and Mourning Prints, Cotton
ales. White and Brown Linen Drills, Blue Plaid?,
White Pique, Bleached and Brown Shirting, Ken
tucky Jeana, Blank Oasalmere and Satinet,
Denims, Stripes, Ticks, Blue Drills, Colored Mul?
lins. Lenas. Hosiery, Suspend erg, with a Lot er
Shop Goods, Hardware, Ac
Conditions euh- msr28
W. Y. LEITCH AUS. BR?NS,
SALE CONTINUE fr -BALANCE OF
STOCK at No. 263 King street, of J. B. Read
Will be sold' THIS DAY, the 2sm Instant, at 10
o'clock, at No. 283 King street,
Balanceo! stock on hand of J. R. Read* A Co,,
constating lu part of FINK LACES, Embroideries,
Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, Dress Goods.TioaSa,
Shawls, Lineas, Blankets, Gloves, Fancy Coode,
Terms cash. marts :
Clothing ano -farms fan g ?tfooa1
O ? JLi L .A. XL
Gr LOVE S i.
CANES AND UMBRELLAS.
TRIMS & TR j ?ELUNG BAGS
OP THE ABOVE GOODS IN THE
AND AT PRICES TO SUIT.
J. H. L?WT0N & CO.,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BlTttpim
QlgriiciiUnrE* fiovticulime, Ut.
T^INETTCOTTONIJEED FOR SALE
76 buabeia "PREMIUM." (Crop of 1870, sold at
$126 per pound.)
- bushels "Albion," (Crop of UTO, sold at $1 per
- bushels "Chsmplsnl' Crop, and select.
Apply to GAILLARD A MINOTT,
ebS-tnsta Vanderhorst'* Wharf.
ICKSJN COTTON SEED
200 bushels Selected SEED, No. 1
300 bushels Seed, No. 2.
The above seed la raised - from the Nc 1 Seed
Imported direct from DAVID DICKSON, Sparta,
Ga., 1870, and grown on the- Marshland Farm ,
near this city.
For sale at very low prices by '
1 J. 0. H. CL A USS ES,
febs-ftu Marts* street.
V of eight 3 WY es*andr ' -T?rp sic aor e' ' or 'Turn
Halle,**du the east side of King street, between
Broad kuli Tra?* sire*-*/which mr fifteen yes?
previo os to tho bombardment of. Ohar leaton, and
efl rate tn tue city ioryleldlngTena; also, Ks* "IS6
uhwci? street, *wnu 21&*?S&L
The njitowlniHtflAL- ESTA TS in Charleston, ta
<ie*cnii*i in pi* made ny .EJ.waru. J. ?bXte,?or
Ve?^rhe twott^d^^?n^?nW BRltia"? TENS- .
MENT STORE AND DWELL INO with ria 7?0?,
No. 88 King street, Lot measures 14 feet front .
by 240 feet deep, on which ls a Bric* Tenement
Kitchen with elate roof. Lease exiusfl? lin Jufy,
hy agreement. ?.'
B. -Tte twe and a half story Prier. Tstj8men*
Store and Dwelling, with tin root; No. sr King
street. Tho Lot ls 17 feet front by 240 feet deep,
sn which is a EsasnnaaMBrtete Ki tc nan,. with slat? :
roof. Lesse apiree lat July, by agreeiassjjL^, ??
C. -The two an? a haH Btory Brick St?wattd '
Direuing, wita tile raaf, NCC 82 King stree*. lit*
27 feet 10 in chi? fruit br 241 feet dien? pa jrhici.
ls * two storr.Rilot: Kitch??. with tile roo A, Least
expires 9th Norraber. " " ' ?
D. -The two anda half story Brick Store and
Dwelling, vrlch slate roof, No. 80 KingjBtWit, Lot
27 feet ?Inches front by 211 feet deep, on whian ls
a two storj' Brick Kitchen, with slate roof," and a
large one story shed. This place has been -ibr
many years used as a dying establishment hyjfr.
Boescb. Leaae expiras 1st September, by. agree?
E. -The two sWiy Brick Store and DwsS?af, ? .
with slate root, and ope story wooden eduino*.
No. 73 Klnjr street. Lot M feet 7 inches front by
241 feet deep. Lease expires 1st July, try .aeroe
p.-The two ?tory Brick Store and- DweRiag ? .
with Un roof^aud one story Wooden Shed, Nowt*
King street. Lot 27 feet 2 Inches by 2*1 feet deep,
on which ls a two story Brick Kitchen with ?nata
roof and a Carpenter Shop. L?ate expiro? 1st
aTovsmser,, fey agreement. . . *???"a#
Q,-The two story Wooden Store and Dwelling
with tin roof.No. T4 Kfng street.. LottTiBeV*
Inches ny'??'Test deer* Lease etrptses Itt.Ms7,
by agreement. . ?e <._? . ,?ag-..n*
H.-The two and a half story Brick and wooden
Store, and Dwelling with slate roof, No. Ta rang,
street. Lot tt fedt ? lannes front by 181 feet deep, '
on whloh lt a two ?tory Brick Kitchen with slate
roof. Lease expires let July, by agreement..
L-The "Terpsichore" or "Turn Salle,"having
an entrance on King street or eight feet7-tacries
wide, running lal feet, and then wldeahigjto flt
feet, and running 110 feet deep. Lease expires itt
July, by agreement. ~
ALSO, ; ?A"-;- .
The three story BRICK STORE AND RESI?
DENCE, vdth tile ropfTNo. 116 Ohurchstreet, one
door sonfli of qnttenet wet, contalalng six rooms,
pantry, piazza, Ac?, and a two-story brick alton*
ea; lot 39 feel front by 112 feet deep, Lease CX
ptn? 1st My, by agreement . ."3M^J1
Condltmnfl-One-third c&ah; balance ny bonds
bearing 7 per cent, semi-antro ai ?nteres t, payarle
in one and nroyears, to be secured hy- mortgajre
orthe property, which must be kept insured ?y
the porchisere and the policies assigned; theprtjs
ent pollens ofrnsnrance tobe taken by purouastm
and paid for pro rata. Purchasers to pay fur *a
pers and rovenutystalpps. ?
mtr28 -1 thsmwfmCai J V- *?
By WARDLAW & CAREW,
JANE O. LEHRE, ADMINLSTBAT&E?,
VS. THAM vRINA G. W?T?ELL ET AL.
Pursuant to an order of coure lr '.ids causa,-to. .
medtrecred. T will oner for sale at public anette a.
THIS OAT, the ?th of Maren inst.,atir>ei?icct
A. M., at the Old Poatoffioe, Charleston feV G., ,,
All that LOT, piero or paroei of LAND, with th* -
two-story waoseuhuilalng and o nitro uses the re
on. ?Koste oo tha,eastalde of Amerlc? streut, be?
tween Amherst street and Hampton courtjjtajs
srlng and containing In front on Arnari?ASfroet
IS fatty sad In deoth ltf feet, be.the same
more ar less; bii'Ung and twunding north on Lot
D,.easton LtnV ^ ror late of-, south on "Lot
F, and west on 2 ?a ? rk* st. est. -,
Terms-Oiie-hah cash; balane? on.act?dno?
ona year, secured by hood of the prixChaae'r.IAd
mortgage of the pr oporty, wtth interest at T ' jer
oent-rrom itheday oXtsle; baijalng,ifl beinsp^
and policy laalgned. Purchaser to pay rot papers
sad stamps. W - M. MCOa^r^g^
mam-taa_,_ ... Rema*._
. T . '?* " Aweitoneer. 'pity
AUCTION SA^E^?X?ZAI?ETH E. 8?N
. DEBA Executrix, va. 'Charles G. McKay,
Executor, et al-In Common Plea*, r /.*T.^
By virtue of an order In this case, ftsued rytha
HOB. K. F. Graham, Judge of the Circuit Counter
the first OroulC? will offer for tale, at.TOUO
Auction, at the Old Postofflce. Charleston, gC.n
THIS UAY. the SSth. of Mares, A. D. 18T1, at U
o'clock. A. iL. ?w
All that PLANTATION OR* TRACT OF LAND,
known a* "Flags PJaataUon," situate. lying, and
being in the r arish of st. Thomas and St Denis,
Ul Chark woo County and State aforesaid, measur?
ing and containing seventeen hundred (1100)
acres, mora or less, cutting and bounding to the
norm on Und o? Ikresfort Bounty; to thes?nth
on Land of W. L. Vending and samuel T-?ar?
tin : to the east on Laud of Jonah Yenning, and
to the west on Land of.----simona
.* ' SESO. ?
AU that PLANTATION OB TRAOT OF LAND,
known as "Taverrs," s?mate, lying and being in
the Parish of St. Thomas and st. Denis, Charles?
ton County and State afore-aid, measuring, and
containing five hnndrstfnnd sen (fiio) acrssTtnore
or less, butting and bonnding to the north on
Laad of Dr. Edmund Ra ven el; to the south on
Lands of Beresford Bounty; to the east on Land
of Hamlin, and to the west on Lands of Dr. Ed?
mond Ravenei and John Sanders.
Terms-One-tnird ? cash, sud the balanc*vaj| *
credit of cms sufi two vea rs, with interest from
the day of sale, payable annually, securer by
condor bonds of the purchaser or pmenaaT?ra,
and mortgage oTttfe premises. Purchaser to-pay
me for starrfps and papers. R. 8. DU RYE A,
ittflr^w2mtut ._special Ref erse.
" By J. A. ENSLOW ft GO. m
|^J-TJSCXiVAIX^o^ AND O^?.
TOMORROW?MO^?lNG.fS29th Instant, atjctlf
pa t 10 o'clock, wlU oe sold In Atlantic wharf
Stores^ ; . " ' ' ?'-??^i- ?
3? hhdfi., 1 Superior New Crop Mnscjvftdo
60 tierces, . MOLASSES."n ^
loo bbds., Superlcr New Crop Clsjsd
a 24 U?iroea,. . , Molasses.
, sp bhds. Sweet Cuba Molasses.
Terna at sale. . a , mags
I Bj LOGUES & G BI MB ALL, ~
MS. HUTCHINSON, ADM1NISTCA
. TOR OF F. Mod INNESS TB. THOMAS
Under the decree or the Court in the above case,
of the 22d ins'ant, I wUl sell at public auction, In
this city, on TO EBDA V, 18th April,
AU Umt TRAOT "OT ?sN9, situate on James
It land, ui the County of Charleston, containing
tw.-nty acras, more or lesa, hui Ung and bounding
north and weston pabilo road leading to .Fort
Johnson, east on landa of the Stans or South Car?
olina, south and southwest on lands cf 'Dr. .
Terme cash. Purchaser to par for papers and
stamps. H. B. YOUNG, Referee.
Bj i. fBAm iUniSBWBSi
Html H rt s te Mrs ker, No. 56 Br ord Serest*
AT ?B1VATE SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS of best quality and
Rice and Cotton Plantations m all parts of the
City Residences, Stores, Building Lots and
1 WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
ire t ie beat lu use.
Wat sale on the Lease Plan, with monthly nay?
neats, on easy terms, or for cash. AU tan? of
aachlne attachments, Needles, Cotton, (Whits,
3UMk and cokired,) Sui, Oil, Soap, Ac, Ac r
Repairing as usaaL Circulars and taatpiSSOf
ivor J: seat on application.
~ . " D.U. HASELTON,
General Dealer In First Class sewing Ma>
igl?es sad Material, No. 807 King street,
anglT ChariMtnn. S. G.
turabet, SmU Ut.
^Qptct ?F T?J?DEVEBlWT:.
STEAM SAW MILLS,
BUILDERS' DEPOT, No. 94 CHHUOH STREET,
THBBX Doo aa No BTE OP Bao AD.
The undersigned respecunlly solicits orders for
DITY MILL SAWED LUMBER, to be delivered at
my w uar r in the ol ty. ?rar Mills being operated bp
?xperu and experienced mechanics, we expect to
Direr a superior article of lumoer, both-tn qualltj
md regularity ol eui tin ir. Vessels -f the largest
ilse can oelosdedat the Mills. Having made ar
raugements for the mSunfacture of Boxes'tor
shipping vegetables, at pnces which wur aery
sompetltion, we invite the attention of formers
nd shippers to our One lists For one cent ad
iitional Boxes m lota or iso or over wfii oe dsuMr
sd at t he forks of the road. ',' E. IL U RIM KB?