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Southern States Sea tai Association, at half
past lo-A. ir; /
Sooth Garoona State Dental Association, at la
Survivors' Association, at 1 P. H.
Palmetto Lodge. K. or P., at half-past 7 P.M.
Anet ion Sales Th ls Doy.
La?tey 4 Alexander will sell ap ll o'clock,
oq Brown's wharf, corn.
Leitch A-Bruns will sell a: 10 o'clock, at No. 4
Coming street, Amature.
M J es Drake will sell at io o'clock, at his store,
ext hing, dry goods, Ac. " ?
K. A. Hunt will sell at io o'clock, at his store;
boots and shoea , - .
William McKay WK: sell at- is O'clock, at his
Store, furniture, ic.
R. M. Mar s h a; 1A Brother will sell at . hal r-p aa 110
o 'clock, at their offlce, horsed', mmes, Ac.
. THE Crrr. BEOISTRAR'B- BEPORT for the week
end lng April 8 shows a total of S deaths, of
wSom 6 were whites and n, colored persons.
CRUMBS.-Tue annual celebration soiree of
fae Charleston Riflemen dub win take place this
even lng at the South, Carolina Han.
THE CKKRAW LYCEUM LECTURES.-The' Che
raw Democrat,"or toe 8tn instant, announces that
the Hoa. John- E. Carew,, oar. es teemed ieUow
cltlzen pf Charleston, will deliver the next mon tu
ly lecture before the OheraWLyeenm on th? eve
cing of Thursday, April 13. .. ~
4HB FRENCH Ck)Kirri^TB.^-Sirrc? the transfer
of Mule Bellalgue to the Trench Consulate la New
Tors^oonjrr^ta^rto c?ghaV^r placed
in csjarge of M. de Slbourg, tc^ whom air commu?
nications on the business of the consulate should
be addressed. _
GERMAN SCNBAT -SCHOOL PICNIC-Tba call-,
dren of the German Sunday-School, nearr/three
hundred m au m ber.. jriil hare a picnic to-day at
toe SehutsenplatB. With the*" delightful spring
weather, and the varied arrangemeats ror amuse?
ment which are new Irw co?ptate arder at thi s
place, the littler) ne s cannot fail to enjoy ? delight
t?Uouday. . *\
THE BEAUFORTOouma&p'Sias' CASK.-upon
the leading af rho- terdlcjt ba thia ease, on Mon?
day night tbe^M?earaanu' co ansel excepted to
the ver diet ansi gave notice af. a mot lon far a na W
trial Three days wfK be arrowed for the counsel
to prepare the mri of exceptions, and the sentence
will not be passed an tu the expiration of that
' A ASTOF?TC? Choci.-the olrcslar. orifice,
lik?-tfcfteye of -Polyphemus,.with which the. etd
C&SuiSlomii a-'acCnatoinod io. loot up- -.Broad
street? la to be Ailed np In the conns of the pres?
ent repairs, and the question or "What late be
put.lg lt?" will occur to many. The question has
alreawy hean solved, and Mr. Hoyt says that, ir
possible, a neat oleok Will dispos?ot the vacuum.
STftALTNo GERANIUMS.-James Gaillard, a
-colorad youth, wac discovered at six o'clock yes?
terday morning by a policeman;, making hts way
homeward with five pots of geraniums m ais
arms. Be was arresten on stttpleieav sod malle
In custody.confessed that he had stolen them from
Jte. Pelaer'ap rem toes iii St. Philip street. The cul?
prit was brought hefer? the Mayor, who stat him
tq the, floate of Correction .for twenty days ander
A NEW DRAMATIC CLUB.-A number of
young Germans of this city have recently formed
a Thalia Club, Abe obj s ct cf. which ls the cultiva?
tion of the German language and manners la,
Charlestan, :uid to glvis theatrical ea ter ?alnm en ts
concerts, Ac, for the diversion of the members,
and their friends, as well as the German public
generally. The following gentlemen are t?e
officers of the club : B. Bote, director; H. Klose,
.vice-director, and i. H. o. Oetgen, secretary ami
CSOQUET.-This pleasant, exciting and emi?
nently healthful exercis* has lately become quite
pfipular with the ladles hereabouts. The delight?
ful; breezy spring weather, and the garden lawns
with their fresh and fragrant carpet Of green,
-supply just the time aad place needed to give zest
to the sport! and for ta* implements of the
game, ta the greatest variety, and at the lowest
prices, we commend our young friends to the
Basel.- street Bazaar, where the supply of every?
thing needed on the croquet lawn has been- made
CLUBS AND STABS.-Two men-reported for
obstructing the passageway at the Northeastern
Railroad depot, and refusing to move when told
-to do so by the police, were discharged upoa ex?
Susan Berry, lodged on the charge of stealing
a gold ring and Bome underclothing from Mr.
Michael Hanley, is held for examination..
Jack Byason, arrested on Ute charge?of honse
bA&tlogand larceny, waa round guilty and Bent
to jain ror murty dag** .'>_ -
A JUVENILE D?IANQUKST.- Sarah Wright,
a small colored girl shout eight or nine years of
age, entered trie shoe store or Mr. P. F, Murray,
in Market street, Monday evening, la company
with three or four persons who wanted to make
purchases. While they were being suited, Sarah, -
-Who was examining a pair -of gaiters, contrived
to slip them, on otear ved, ander her dre s,.and
was about leaving with the rest at tag party
when the articles wi re mimad by the storekeeper.
A search discovered the. whereabouts of the
annes, gad the delinquent wat arrested. The'
property being re?or?d,?awejer> ice prosecu?
tion was dropped on account of the tender.age of
]thegjjtffapdthewandischarged.... ? ?.
A SpiekNDip CHAVOS.-The bar, lager teer
and -loe cream saloons, and the coffee and re
frothmaat stands at the coming Sehnueafest,will
be disposed of to-dav at the Schattsaplatz, by
auction, to the highest bidder. Oar readers will
bear to mind that these puces brought handsome
prices last year, the privilege of keeping the bar
alone having been sow r*r $500. Ja view of the
late improvfliaenta, the aew devtoes for amuse?
ments and the additional facilities for the pleas
ore or the visitors at the Frats, lt ls confidently
anticipated that the festival will attract even
. greater crowds than lt did hut year, and the
privileges offered ror tale win, therefore, ba au the
CAPTURE OF CHARLXSTON BURGLARS.-The
Augusta OonstltutlpnalfM of yeataplay says: "A
Aw days ago a couple of negroes. Reher? Morris
and Joan Lewis, hairing from charleston, S. e.,
ia. broad daylight broke open-the boase of a
colored woman In this city, Marta Jefferson, and
and stole a quantity of wearing apparel sad SS er
$10 hi money. They escaped to- Hamborg with
their plunder, bot were arrested by the Hamborg
?mel?is Ind turned over to the police of Angosta
yesterday morning. Nearly all the weartag ap
parti wat recovered, bat none of the money. The
.daring burglars were taken before Justice Maher,
where they plead goilty to the charge and
were committed te Jail, in default or $200 ball
each, for trial at the next term of the Superior
Court. ' _.
A COMEDIAN ESSAYS TBACHEDT.-A tele?
gram from Indianapolis, Indiana, of the Stn last.,
atys Harry McCarthy, late proprietor of Mo
Ctuthy's Minstrels, and weU koowa In Charlen
ton,anota maa named John C. Waters, the
deputy oity clerk, oa the morning of that day.
The tero men lived In adjoining opuses, and the
trouble orig lasted by Waters batid In* a fence be?
tween the premises. It Is said McCarthy was
ander the Influence of liquor at the time *r the
shooting. He called Waters out of his house at
'? o'clock in the morning, and they had tome
haran words, when theyoiincaed and feU, Mc
Garthy nader. Water? pun tatted bim severely,
aid when McCarthy signified that he was satis
fled, Waters got up md started for his home,
when McCarthy 'flre? two shots at. Rim, J one
tating effaci ia tis shoulder. The ?nan rt, how
ever, ls by no moana dangerous. McCarthy was
arrested and lodged In the station-house.
i A PLEASANT EASTER CELEBRATtON
S?rHJof of t?ie Charih of tfcfJ
Holy Com m ?n lon.
The ceremony of conferring the Easter
. prizes at the Parochial SohooJ ot mp Church of
the Holy Communion, took place on Monday. The
members of the school, some two hundred boys,
'with their teachers, were assembled in their re?
spective class-rooms at hair-past 10 o'clock A. M.,
and there, in breathless suspense and unusual
restlessness among the smaller fry, awaited the
tolling of the bell, which precisely at eleven sam
moned them to morning service. As the hour
struck they passed In procession to their ossa!
places In the church, where the rector, assisted by
the Rev. 0. P. Gadsden, read the Easter Monday
service. A't the close of the service Mr. George A.
-Trenholm and Rev. Mr. Johnson, by the invita?
tion or the rector, came forward and occupied
seats In front of the chancel, Mr. Trenholm being
rc quested to act as chair mah "of the meeting-. The
report of Ahe principal, Mr. John.Gadsden, was
then placed in the hands of the rector. On rising
to read this paper, the Ker MT. Porter, address?
ing himself to ?he chairman, said:
I am highly grati tied, Mr. Chairman, that yost,
who are so closely identified with all the Interests
and labors of tuts parish, hwve* consented io take
part rn the proceedings of to-day, especially as
your character and attainments will give due
weight to whatever you may think proper to say
.tax these young gentlemen. Before, however, we
enter upon the distinctive object for which we
have assembled here, allow me to re; nra. in the ?
presence of this assembly, my a' nc eres t thanks' to
the principal aud his efficient assistants, -for the I
on ti ring devotion and Belf-sscrlffClng" spirit With
which-tn ey have discharged their da ties, and. to
express to the scholars generally my commenda?
tion of the good coddactand high moral tone-]
that has characterized them through the past
tenar. To-teachers and scholars I would- ooo very
ats Had est wishes, and ask a blessing upon them
The report of the principal reads as follows :
Rev. A. T. Porter, Rector of Parochial Scho&t:
.-J&ATXiKiiP AMP J>BAR SIB-In Compliance With
VQUT rjeqtwst I hove carefully compared ' fae
standing of the members of the several classes In
the Parochial 9fch?o"b and have selected from each
dasi i the scholars who stood first, second and
tkr?l,- according to the number of. certificates y*?y
In- soma oM he onuses there waa a ii? ia .mom
thau oas instance.. .?nder?acu, circumstances, I
conic] de* nothing ene tneM'MeiMoa sRwh?*t?ed*
so high, as deserving of public commendation.
Before announcing the names of the successful
competitors lt ls proper to state that the highest
BQSttfcbls gain of ina several classes, each week, is
nora ninety to orre hundred. Any scholar who
comes within ten of the highest possible gain u-1
a-wwded a first oerti?caie. An-? who comee within
twenty of the s?nie mark a second certlOeate..^ .
In estimating for the Easter'medal each sei ind
certificate ls rated at one-hair of a first. This win
aooocnt for the fae? that ?ssas suHMsr j have re?
ceive* fifteen and a half osrtlfteatsa-.
the greate-1 number of certificates that could
have been gdned daring the period or contest
The gsUreads thus : ' . '
Firsf Ct ass-Mr. ch?ties Boyle, Teacher-Geo.
E. Sparkman, John R. Luasford, each Alteen and
a half coruscates; William w. Baker, George H.
Tucker, William Hern Tusker, each fifteen certi?
ficates; Cbarlas W. Tew, thirteen and a half certi?
For Master Tew let me say th.it but for una?
voidable detentions at the Mount- Pfeatant Perry,
which he bas to cross every morning, he would
have stood ss-high as any. I
First Seotlon-of second Class-Mr*. William Sim?
ona, Teacher-Al ven E. Can adey, fourteen and a
bah* eertifioates: Thomas 8fcvage -Heyward, thir?
teen certificates'; Jarrp^earsoa Tongue, twegy?
?certificates,.'''. ?-g j m*i ? *j - LH
Second Seofloh'ofSecortd-Olasw^-Mr. Jno. SVBirr
n?t. Teacher-Edw. Eogene Reid, thirteen anda
half certificates; Clarence C. Warlag, nine ami a
half oerttflcatee; E. Miles Gadsden, nins cert Itt
Third Class-Miss E. Rhett, Teacher-Wm. H.
Moreland, S. McGowan Simkins, Wm. E. Seabrook,
each foaruu certificates.
Fourth Class-Miss P. Rhett, TeacherJ^JOS. loor
Waring, fifteen and a half certificates: R. Good?
wyn Rhett, fifteen certificates; Ellas J. Whilden,
nine and a half centfloatea
In the Fifth or Primary Class, of which Mtss C.
C. Mitchell ls teacher, ThOB. Louis Ogler and Ed?
ward Bold are entitled to commendation.
It will thus appear that Masters Geo. E. Spark?
man and John R. Lunsford, of first class, and
Jos. loor Waring, or the fourth class, rank the
highest m the school, each having received fifteen
and s hair certificates. Upon examining the
marks, however, by which these certificates were
S?ranted. I am able to decide that Master Jos.
cor Waring stands first. Master Gea. E. Spark?
man second, and Master JohnR. Lunsford, third.
Before dosing this report, let me say that while
I would ask the rall weight of your const deration
for all the young' gentlemen whose names are
above given, lt ls but Justice to the first class to
add that laving studies of a more complicated
Character, and greater accuracy .belop expected of
them, those who are mentioned here together
with others who have fallen bat little below
them, have, by their industry and good conduct,
won my approbation, and are entitled to their re?
ward. Tours very respectfully, *
(Signed) ' Joss GADSDEN,
.f <? Prindpal-f aroohiSl-Soiiooi. M ? .
Charleston, SVC April IQ, 18ffl. -de :-> -j
The rector then announced that Master Joseph
loor Waring was entitled to the gold medal, and
handed the same to the chairman.- Mr. Trenholm
laa short, hu; happy effort, alluded to the past
add present condition of the institution. He said
men, generally, looked upon and were governed
is their sciions by /acts. An established thing
won more friends-simply because it was estab .
llshed-than puny most excellent enterprises
coold command In their incipiency. That many
lasgtstiona, igng since, worn out and actually
(teni, w?e~k?st lui e.rt* te aas* by'-th? idemorp* ot]
what they had been-that this Institution was
not sufficiently ? Known to be appreciated. He
clierr. fl? a "rapid way sketched the origin, the
necessity wMeh had^g-lven l? birth* paid a hand?
some tribute to the noselasU ohatttisj of tap
Koren which hau established lt; regretta that,
from a misapprehension of the actual
condition er bar people, these ch ari ti M
were now, in great measure, withdrawn
and indulged the hope that our own people
would coma forward generously to the sup?
port of what he regarded ss a nobie enterprise
Addressing hia?e+f tn s very earnest sod appro?
priais manner to the roan97 peoplebofore him, he
warned them of the hoMoarasss of mere literary
soltare, nnsanotifled by that trae edacstloa of
law of Christ Then caJlr?g'- y onus
(raring -to the (Rend, while kindly commeadfiig
ihn for his Industry and-good cundoot, fi? bung
ireh?d his deck the gold medal-tue first Easter
jrize.. Thia medal, we may remark, '0 ears upon
ts rspea simple 1 croea, wi th a\ laurel wreath laid
rt il? foot, symbolical of literary' attalnmenu
leeicated^to holy, purposes. afiov> the croas is
(die motto, '^m Boc 8tg.io,?. and' around the
Wah?, ''Parbe'Wpl,School Church of Holy Com
ouotoa.'? On tki reverse,, in upper halt, "Pro
Mfa MetriUt,V below '-Easier-" and- around
these, "Charleston, 80, Ca., April, 1871.? -This
lato 1rplins>ps wj^.tm)* wa? eatab^npd fa* a
whjasjgsslaS The -luacriptlons on toe silver
nedslare the game, -'' V'f&$
^.johnsen, who had been s?ked^ present the
litter medal, or second prize, reqnestod-^Maacer
?parlcmau to. come forward;; and in a (tt?t ont
reastve manner, urged fda to make tiviot lo
e medal he was about to wear hisCwatoh
t i-hroogh ^fs. ii wag, apr, he JrJo%?the
-'stoue^rj-tat was saooesa, J Bat;nhder
nd thi flght, lifelong, hs would, at
pave win a nobte^,crown fJ^'any earthmen; " *
\*^^S?^-9titoa?n. mUowed fn?*?half of the
^J^s(kt\:pVem, he^iegjred eossy?he represent
ln teresaog -occasion, and gave lils ear
.pha?c.eudors omen t Of t he' pli a an d'work -
the.iasiitution. He -thanked hts reverend
? fox roly untiring '?florea to establish what
Wag, and- r?tet ever be,-a blessing to.the
St large, anti a powerful instr omen t In ex
tending tbeiaCbcesSsand teaching, ot the chucch.
Re. asked to spggea t a juan for,the s a pport 0 r th e
Bohopl,- which, ou e pcef.oaa oocaajon, had been
<H?l? succeSsfuL He auderatood that a scholar
coold be maintained at the Home at an annual ex?
pense of SISO. Could not scholarships be made ap
by the churches, by sod. ties, by a number of gen?
tlemen, or by individuals? Such action would
materially aid the Rev. Mr. Porter In working oat
als good designs. He begged those present to
think of this.
The Rev. Mr. Porter, In closing, thanked the
Beveral gentl* men who had thus manifested an
Interest In fae institution, and added: "I have
numbers of applicants for ai mission. Gat the
Echo arsh.ips, and I will provide room for the
scholars." ' -
The assemblage was dismissed with a blessing
by the Rev. C. P. Gadsden.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at S3, gi
$5 g9SOra*t8 60 per thousand, according to
silt, at Tja SJTWS JobOffloe,
PS BASTER CHURCH BZECTTOVS.
3 taOtJNT P?B?SA>.*T, eteK?ST CHURCH PARISH.
Wardens-R. S. Yenning, Edward 0. Hall.
Vestrymen-J. E. Dawson, M. D., George F. Kln
looh, J. Oswald Freeman, William Sinkler, Ellas
yenning, JohnrHamllrr, Ph?ip% Bircher.
Delegates to Diocesan Convention-J. E. Daw?
son, U. D., Geo. F. Kinloch, Edward o. Hall, E. S.
STRAW BBRBYOHAPH, sr. rom?'s BIRXBLKT. *
Wardens-Dr. Thomas O. Pr lo! eau, Jr.. Keating
Vestry men-Dr. S. W. Barker, Dr. H. M. Haig,
W. j. Ball, Peter Goar din, J. B. Poyas, John Ball,
Delegates to Diocesan Convention-Dr. BenJ.
Huger, Dr. S. W. Barker, K. S. Bau, T. W. Hey?
CHURCH OF TH? WATmTY, OKIOKfTLtE.
' Wardens-David Johnson, J. W. McLure.
Vestrymen-William Munro, R. W. Shand, J. N.
M?ore, J. K. Young. James Munro, J. M. Gibbes.
Delegates to Diocesan Convention-William
Munro, J. W. McLure, J. Nott Moore, R. W. Shand.
. ST. THADDEUS' PARISH, AIKEN.
Wardens-Joseph S. Gibbes, Daniel P. Griffith.
Vestrymen-H. w. Ravenel, We'lUagton Steven?
son, Dr. W. F. Percival,, B. M. Walpole, J. J. Prin?
gle Smith, Dr. ?. O' Rockwell, Dr. Chas. A. De
Delegates to Diocesan Convention-D. P. Grif- j
nth, W. Stevenson, Ji J. Pringle Smith, B. M. Wal?
pole. . - . ?
CHURCH OF THE ASOKNSI?N. COHBAHEE, I
Wm. D. Warren, chairman.
Wardens-B. B. Simons; W. E. HaskelL Jr.
Vestrymen-R/H. Colcock, J. B. Heyward, J. B. j
Bissau, A. Vanderhorst, R. Lowndes, N. Hey ward, j
Delegates to Diocesan Convention-Wm. D.
Warren, B. B. Simons.
ZION CHURCH, RICHLAND COENTV. ? " \
Wardens-A. J. Green, T. B. Clarkson, Jr.
..Vestrymen-Dr. ,WV W Kejtht J. S. Hannah an,
T. B. Clarkson.-Sr., G. T. Wiekes, Augustus Sftooi
Delegates to Diocesan Convention-G. T. Wiekes, I
T. B. Clarkson, .Sr., Dr. W..Jg. -Keith. T. B. dark
* *- . i . -v *-' ". .' nj ? . ?
: ' A?si?8w?DiT?BCna?A? LiortfljE. the sec?
ond of the series, will be given at the Unitarian j
Crrarch. at 8 o'clock to night, by the Rev. Edward j
Payson Walton. See advertisement. 4
FATAL ACCIDENT.-IO Columbia, on Sunday j
afternoon, Mr. Carl Sachs, a German, employed
by Mr. John C. Seegers, as beer brewer, while at- j
tempting to catch the horse that worked the j
pump at tte br e wo ry, me:-with a raia? kick In the J
abdomen. . . . . j
TOE FATAL .Cur.-Diarm Washington was
arraigned yesterday morning before Trial Justice J
Brennan, charged with giving a CUD of gio, mixed j
with strychnine to Nick Pangb, on Monday eve- j
nlng, from the effects of which the latter now j
Hes dangerously til. The trial justice committed j
Diana to await the result of the fatal cup.
.S-javrvoRS' ASSOCIATION'.- The fifth- annual.-!
meeting of this association .will be h?fd to-day at J
1 o'clock, at ?the Charleston Library building,
when tba aiflcersv/or the.ensuing year will be
elected. . A .supper will be^Jervetf ?t|he II Iber- J
ni an Han' at 8' o'clock tn* the everJl?gpfor which j
tickets can be obtained from the committee.
SUNDAY SCHOOL EXERCISES THIS _ AFTER?
NOON-The R-. v. George A. Peltz, who has been
lecturing tn our sister cities ur Richmond, Baltt-J
more. Aa, la the interest of Sriaday schools, ls j
now In our city, and will deliver an address this,
afternoon, at half past-J o'clock, In the Citadel'I
Squire Baptist Church. We have had most fav?
orable statements of Mr. P.'s lectures, and have
good authority- for assnring gratification to all
who may hear ?1 m. We are requested to say that7
a representation of the Sunday schools or ai! de?
nominations is desired.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA DEAD AT GBTTTSBURG.
The Baltimore Sun of Monday says : "Mrs. M. A.
Snowden and several other ladies reached this'
city on Saturday morning, from Charleston, as
delegate? from the Memorial Assoc Latina of that
city, on their way to Gettysburg, Pa., for the pur-; I
pose or making final arrangements fdr the re- I
movalto their own State of the remains of all
South Carolinians who Tell tn the memorable bat
tie at that place. The party, accompanied by sev
eral ladies of Baltimore, design leaving- Tor Get ty s -
hara to-morrow^ "
- THE TBICKS ^ $f?&??-Mnt Small and
Wesley Goran were arrested yesterday morning
bj Officers Trnall and Johnson, on the charge of
robbing Benjamin Toby,pr tu, ia currency. The
latter, 'who ls' a "raftsman, -was walting along
Broad street, on Sunday night, accompanied by
the prisoners and another man, who has ejected
his escape, when one of the sharpers by picking
ap a card which ne dropped himself every ten I
arepa, exalted the cariosity of the rustic Toby:
While stooping to examine one of these cards as I
lt lay, nfc wa? s?dele mr PIP ? ohed by ona of-th e
robbers while another threw a bag over his head.
The third busied himself with the dupe's pockets, I
aajKaooa cleared them or ali-they contained-nT
teen' doll are in greenbacks. Toby was then left
to complain at the Detective office, and the arrest
or two or tue robbers foUowed. They were taken
berore Trial Jostloe* Levy, and after, a hearing
committed for further examination.
UNITED STATES COI?S??33IONKR.-C. D. Hay ne, j
one of the commissioners of election for Beau
lort County, was brought before Commissioner j
Porteoas yesterday and examined on the charge j
of tampering with the ballots last fall. The atS
davits showed the case to be a paralle'. one with
that of the Beaufort commissioners, and the ao I
eased waa bound over for trial at the May- term o f
Ute District Court. m I
Will Grant, another juvenile member of Con?
gress Middleton's militia company, was arrested I
and examined oa the charge of voting wheo un
1er age at nunton daring the election in Novem?
ber last, wm was proved to be bat eighteen j
[rears or age now, and was forthwith bound over I
Richard Wilson was also examined, charged
with swearing falsely berore the managers of I
slecttoa at Biutrtou.. Js seems that the managers j
became uneasy at-the idea bf allowing Congress
Middleton's youthful militia to Tote, and that WU
BOO, also a member, had coma-ft-rward and eased
the consciences of the managers by swearing
that each of them was twenty-one years of age.
He wat bound over fortrial as the preced mg.
AN ISON SHIP.*-The construction o? ships on
the Glyde has been eo mach per rec ted of 1 at? I
-ears, as to place this great branch or industry, 11
to a large extent, in the hands of tbe Scotch ship* I '
sunders. The convenient location of iron and
coal, combined with the ingenuity and persevering I
Industry of the people, baa secured to them for
the present the front rank of Iron ship-builders, J
and the work of the lr sklU now salis under every
dag an d on every sea. At Union wharves, in this
city, may be seen the British ship Re mtngton, an
Iron Clyde built vessel, ofabont loco tons, com- I
pie tod In 1883 by Smith A Rodger, of Qfaagow. A F
visit to her wu! give an idea of the great success j
of thia oiassof sea craft. She ls StO feet long, 38
feet beam and 2%.feet hold; has carried about I
6 o or. bales of Bombay cotton*and will probably
take some 3200 American. Sha was built ror the j
India- traue,--to. which her 'saaing- qualities have
been abundantly ' tested, having never been over
one hundred days on the outward ran to India or
Aunt ralla, and made the last trip to Calcutta la I
eighty-two, and returned to Boston. In one
hundred and four days. Her hun is of one and I
& quarter and one inch iron plates, I
fore and main lower masts of iron, miasen
mast of wood, to lessen the attraction, and has a
paten t steering apparatus, and a regulating com- I
pass at the mizzen mast head. Has good accom?
modations for a moderate number br passengers, I
and is commanded by captain John Foster Pow
1er, a native of Scarborough, England, who bas
been reared la the India trade. The Remington
la m the hands of Captain Henry Card, who will
load her for Liverpool, and she may be expected I
to have good dispatch.
A pleasant collation was given on board to a
goodly company at midday yesterday. The health
of the captain waa proposed la -a neat speech by
colonel Richard Lathers, and there was a good
TSE STATE DENIAI ASSOCIATION.
Annn?l Meeting- Second Davy.,
The president caHed the association to order j
at io A. M., twenty-three members being present.
Minutes of last meeting pead and confirmed.
The president introduced as visiting members
Dr. H. o. Jones, of "Richmond, and Dr. Falks.' r?
Applications for .membership from Dre. T. F.
Ligar?, J. Simpson and G. B. Hatto were pre?
sented, and upon baHot each were elected.
The election for place of next meeting being
next in order, Columbia, 8. C., was chosen.
Dr. Wlntler offered the following resolution,
which was adopted : -
Resolved, That this association hold its next
meeting one week before the Southern states
The election of officers being next in order, the
following were elected to serve the ensuing -year:
Dr. W. C. Wardlaw, president", Dr. T. T. Moore,
first vice-president; Dr. B. A. Muckenfuss, second
vice-president; Dr. T. F. Ohupeln, corresponding
secretary; Dr. 0. J. Bend, recording secretary;
Dr. W. S. Brown, treasurer. On motton of Dr.
Rodrigues, the president appointed Dr. 0. C. Pat?
rick assistant recording secretary.
Dr. J. B. Patrick' exhibited a case of dental in?
struments that were in use fifty years ago, also
some carions specimens of artificia: teeth mahn- j
factored by the French many years ago.
Dr. Patrick laid before the association some ]
pathological specimens which gave rise -to an ex.
cei?ent ?nd highly Interesting lecture by Professor 1
George X. Barker on the "Atrophy and Hjper- [
trophy of the Boots of Teeth." for which he re?
ceived a vote-of thanks from the association.
On motion of Dr. Cbnpein, -Professor Barker I
was unanimously elected an honorary member of |
On motion, the association adjourned to meet
at S P. M.
By request, Professor -Barker held a very inter,
estlng clinic in the afternoon.
The president called the association to order at
8 P. M.-twenty-five active and fifteen visiting
Professor Barker presented some specimens of
"calcined pulp." *?
After a short recess to -allow time for the
comm lt tee pf arrangements to report, the com?
mittee reported that the steamer Emilie had been ?
charted frjjs'Thursdgy next,incLthat _ aL\arrange
ments -hro beeb completed'to 'entertain the
Southern Dental Association on that day.
Dr.'W. H. Atkinson, ot ."New York, delivered i
very entertaining address upon the treatment of]
"Necrosed Bone?' by-uas-'o? sulphuric acid, which ]
occupied, th? association until <a late hoar, In
ofd?: t? facilitate business and make room for
the Southern Dental Association.
The association then adjourned,.to meet at half,
past son' Wednesday morn i og.
THE SduTrf CxlrtrLti?A SOCIETY.-The anni?
versary meeting af Ahls time honored society was
held yesterday, at theil*ball in Meeting stree; and
an election having been held for officers, the fol?
lowing gentlemen ware chosen to serve for tha?|
ensuing year: W. D. Potter, steward; P. 0. Gail?
lard, senior warden j L W. Hayne, Junior warden;
Evan Edwards, treasurer; T. M. Hasell, clerk; a,
M. Tovey,'keeper-of hall; J.' 0. Jervey and Lee.
Howard, eoMtaolas. Committee on charity-J.
F. Schlrmer, 0. H, Ingraham, Sr., Rev: W. B.
Tates, Edward McCrady, James Copes,, W.'J1. Le
sesne, J. J. Prioleaa, M. D.
FELLOWSHIP* SOOXSTV.-This old society, that
bestowed so mach charity in former days, ls fast
regaining Its ancient vigar under the guidance of
Its excellent president, '.He Hon. Ohsa. H. HI mou?
ton, and his aids, - Colonel Henry Buist, Major
Murrell and th? Rev. Dr. Honour. Apart from
the society, a social dab has been formed from
among thc coombara, which meets every Wednes?
day evening. The admission fee ls small, andi
Uie. president, Mi. Wm.-L. Da:geu, Will dispense |
with a liberal hand the charity fund aa lt accumu?
lates. The first regalar meeting of the society |
takes place this evening at Masonic Hall.
THE JUVENILE CONCERT.-A large number
of persons assembled at the Hibernian Hall last
evening to hear the musical performance?of Mr.
Kemmerer and his numerous class, and all pres?
ent thoiooghly enjoyed the entertainment ?fiord,
ed them. On the stage-was the school, composed
of a young army or little boys and girls, and tb?
master, the latter in tire front, and the pupil?
seated In rows according to size, the smaller ones
In front, all neatly dressed, and the feminine por.
won radiant with all the colors of the rainbow.
At the waving of the master's wand, a hundred
voices broke upon the alienee, keeping excellent
time, and all smgjEng with perfect confidence and
hearty good-wiilr,'Tne/-wexe ali provided with
little bb oks, and the programme was sung ta
order, and apparently, .willi'-much relish by the
javenlle' vocalists., Several1 pieces were loudly
app?ud?>d,'?W ttl?effect ptotueed-'by."'flTty little
ones^st?ttig '30$ for .Joe" san- batter oe felt
than^M?^BM^|The goaceri wM^altogether a
success/end^Jid-credit to'the teacher and his
pupils.-- . ^"SE^fjga *
ST. MARK'S, FAIR.-The annual lair for the
benefit of St. Mark's Church was .opened last
evening at the haU la Wentworth street, near
Meeting, with a display bri.liant and attractive
onout:U wo draw crowds of visitors and maure the
successor theund er taking. The ball bad been
thoroughly fitted up for the occasion, and with
the decorations, consisting of garlands of ever?
green, relieved with a profusion or flower? or every
hoe, presents a beautiful appearance. The ta?
bles, which are arranged around the sides or che
hali, are adi covered with a variety ot the pretty
tiling* and nothings which are usually seen at
laira On the table la the centre aro numerous
articles ta be sold on commission, and among
them a temperance bottle, suggestively labelled
Heldsick, astonishes the inquisitive by proving It?
self a receptacle for tobacco, made oat of lava
One or the most striking objecta ls a beautiful
blonde doll-bride, about the size of a two:year old
child, done up ta the latest fashion, and gracefully
reclining In a small carriage. In the smaller
room at the back an enticing array of comesti?
bles attract the visitor's attention, and ice cream,
devilled crab* and other dellcaclea ot the season
tempt theappatite. With the lights and decora
tiona the scene ls a pleasant one, and a fine band
ta ta attendance. The lair is quiet and orderly,
and well deserves encouragement.
THE STATE CIRCUIT COURT.-The Court of ]
Common Pleas was opened yesterday morning,
at IO o'clock, his Honor Judge Graham presiding.
Marayck A Duenslng vs. the Georgia Home In?
surance Company. Trial resumed, and, arter
?taylng out for two hoars, the Jury failed to agree,
and a mistrial was ordered.
John V. Tower vs. P. 0. Gaillard & Co. As
Bompsit on a Check of the Baak of the State of
South Carolina, which was Issued in April, 1866,
and not received by plain tia* until after the sur?
render: The case was referred to the judge, wno
reserved his decision.
The fliteen cases assigned, for the day were
taken np and disposed of as foUows:
* John D. Wylie vs. Fraser A DU). Referred to
the Judge, by whom the decision was reserved.
McKJsson A Roblas vs. Jo h a S. Ryan. As
snmpsit on note. Verdict Tor pit Ju tiff in sam of |
Knack A Wattenberg va Isaac R. Wilson. As?
sam pelt on account. Verdict for plaintiffs for j
William S. Henerej va Charles H. Oohrs. Aa
aumpstt on nota. Referred to the judge, who
decreed ror the plaintiff $74806..
William c. Dake? A Co. vs. sam?; Assampait
on account. Rei erred to the judge, who decreed
for plaintiff ?io? ?Ti .
Matthew Ogilvie, vs. J. L. stevens. Aasumpsit
on note. Referred co' the Judge, who decreed for
plal?tlflr$4471i, , *? \
T. P. Lockwood VB. Dr,"Benjamin Rhett. Debt
on bond. Verdict for plaintiff $1910 09.
Continued-Illing vs. Graeser A Smith, Edwards
Left Open-Miller vs. Riela, Taylor vs. O'Neui,
Degan rs. Callahan, Dobbin vs. Epping, Bird vs.
Holland, Waters va. the Sooth Carolina Railroad
Joseph H. Oppenheim va. John s. Ryan. Ver?
dict for plaintiff tor $13tt 47.
_The ooarr, tuen adjuaraed antu io o'clock this
I THE UNITED STATES OOVKT.-The Circuit
Court was opened at IO o'clock yesterday morn?
ing;, Hon. HUgh. L. Bond, circuit Jndge, and
Hon. Geo. S. Bryan, district judge, presiding.
August Lachenmeyer, ot New. Torie, vs. W. B.
Heriot & Co.- Verdict for the plaintiff for $4254 55, '
with interest at rper cent. 1
Herbert A. Lee, of New Tort, vs. M. Moses, of
south Carolina, aasnmpatt. Verdict, for the
plaintiff for $621 92 With interest. *
George P. Bradford, of Kew Tora, vs.. S. T.
Burch. - Assumpsft. Verdict Tor the plaintiff for
$619 91. ^
The d?marrer in the case of Boyle VB. Clifford
was sustained, and the rjhpjtla* allowed to
a mend his dec larat lon open ^yment of costs;
the case to be'pos on the issue docket add tried
this term... ? " -:. t -^.l". . r
'.-"?' ' *L i i ?""'s?*" i*^-^ ??
? va i x.M"aa ?
MAPES' NrraooKXTzao SOTEEPHOSPHATIT' OT
Lim, composed of bones, phosphate guano, eon
cr-n tra ted ammoniacal animal mat te?.and sulphu?
ric acid. Rtssman A Howell are the agents for j
the state. ' '. ':\ -. J W
Br SIVE ss ENVELOPES.-THS HEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, ar . $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders*. Every merchant and
nosiness man should have his card printed on
his envelopes. * " " >
To CLOTS oct our stock of Terip l?s, .Tool
Chests and Building Blocks, we have reduced the
prices to very low ngaree.
So. 161 KINO ST., AND BASEL ST. BAZAAR."- .
rs-T*r.-hr. - *? "...
THE SrEciAL.ATT^iirioN .OF THE LADIES IS
Invited to a lot of entirely new and exceedingly
beau tirol patterns', Just received and opened for j
sale, at reasonable prices, by Mme. Lazier, Paris?
ian dressmaker, King street, one door above
Wentworth street. ~Oall early as the supply ls
ATTENTION, TOCRISTB.-Stereoscopic views
or Charleston ?nd vicinity,at No. lei. King street,
or-at the Easel'street Bazaar.' . cer?2
AT COST ? AT CoBrAr*?r&^J^mnoB.
PHOTOGRAPHAUS?BE ,-Q?IEAPSR TMAivEri?'!
In Velvet and Leather bindings, 75 cents'; old
price 90 cents. In Velvet and Leather Mndisgs,
?5 cents; old price $1. l? Velvet and Leather
bindings, $1 ; old price $1 sa. rn Velvet.and Lea?
ther arndinga, $120; old pri?e $160.
BASIL sr. BAZAAR, AND NO. 101 KINS ST.
? ? ? ....
CROQUET! CROQUET!! CBOQOET Ml-Im?
mense reduction in pri?e 1 ' The largest field
Croquet st ts, ...
HASEL STREET BAZAAR AND NO. 161 KINO ST.
- s> ...
THE ATTssxtpN or WATOB^BOTSBS ls called
to our large stock sf Waltha ai Watches. These
Watches hare been long known thronghont the
United States as the best sad Cheapest m tao
market. All Watches guaranteed.
W. CARBINOTON A Co.,
maris Na 218 King street.
Just received by the Steamer Falcon.
3RLNLTS NEW THILL PLOUGH.
maras-ws4 0. GRAVEL KT, No. 62 Esst Bay.
COLLA It, S .
CANES ANO UMBRELLAS.
.TWISKS & T iUVELUiW BIGS
OF TEE ABOVE GOODS IN THE
AND AT PRICES TO SUIT.
J. H. LAWTON ft CO.,
.r g . jg <&? if-'- ..' 3 hi ?5
ACADE5TY OP* M?8IC BCtLDTT?f?.
I N G WILLIAM
Just received at KING WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, Na 810 King street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment of Leaf, Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO. Cigarettes, snuff. Pipes,
Ac. Havaua and Domestic Cigars imported sad
manufactured by WM.4CHBUPER, who respect?
fully invites the attention or chewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock rally
comprising every variety or quality and prloes,
.m m the cheapest to che highest grade, which ls
offered at the lowest cash rates. All orders from
(he country will receive prompt attention and
shipped O. O. D., or at thirty days' atty accept?
PUfflTORS AND FACTORS.
FISH AMMONBATED PHOSPHATE
Tais excellent brand of Fertilizer comes before
I the publie ?eil recom?a ended, having" been pre?
pared wita groat rare, sind with the best mate?
rials. Its adaptability to tbs crops of t sis sec tl on
ls unsurpassed; one evidence of which is the
' official testimony of Professor SHEPARD, which j
we annex, as follows :
STATS ?NSPBCTO?0F FBBTTLIZBBS.
. CH ABXE3TON. S. C., Mat CD. 31,18:1.
Messrs. j. A. Easiow A Co., Agents of MM dleteo^s
Fish Ammonlated Phosphate:..: ? .
G ENTUMEN-.Enclosed please and the aaalyals
of the sample of Middleton's Fish Ammonia tedi
Pnoaphat*,.selected by toy asAlstantrfsom the car?
go inst arrived.
The large amount of organic matter, rich In
Ammonia, and the highly soluble condition ef the
phosphoric acid, are sufficient recommendations
for this article. I feel sure that the planter will
be benefited by tts judicious application to Cot?
ton and other crops. .. - *
Respectfoliy, year obedient servant,'
(Signed,) OHAS. U. SHEPARD, JR., M. D#&
Inspector of For tumers for Sooth Oarottaa*
TJNIKORMITY OF QUALITY GUARANTEES1:,
pRICHS-?$ic cash, er fer approved aoeeataace,
payable lat November nexttrSso. -
Address J. A. ENSLOWA CO., Agents,
No. 141 East Bay,'charleston, 8. ff.
P H OS PHAT i pO KP A Kt
r ... OF THISXTEZj/ "
ARE NOW M ANT F ACTC ?UK G THEIR m
" SOLUBL3B" GUANO, 0
Wlrloh will be furnished at $60 cash, or $66 on 1st
November next wi tn etty acceptance, and their
" DI SS ?LVEI> PJ? OSPH ATS, " for composting'wi th
Cotton (toed, at $83 saab, or un lat'November
witt io per ccu: addition a!. " - ' * i
"PTTBE GROUND PH?SPHATB" at $)6 casa.
Contracts for the Fertilizers may ile made in ex?
change for Cotton. ^ '
ORDERS SENT WLLL BECE?VJS PROMPT /T
J. D. A?KEtf,. AGEN-l.
. SP**1 , . _!_:-..* .
Jjl E R T I h I Z B R S*.? /?
ICO tons No. 1 PERUVIAN (Chinche) GUANO, \
warranted pare. j
li Q0 bbis. Land Plaster, ground from the batt,
Nova scotia Rock, and warranted pare. .,
ISO teas Pore Dissolved and Oronnd Bone. j
160 tons White lock's Veg? ta tor. The Vege tater
hap been successfully used, and bears a
very high reputation. It ts second te no '
other Fertilizer, except Peruvian Gu aa o,.
offer od in this market, i
loo tona "Ralston's" Dissolved Bone and Ammo
- nia. "
loo bbls. Eastern leland Tish Guano, at $86 per.
. ton of 2000 pounds.
For eale by T. 7. KERR A CO.
. . -. ; . t
OF THE D'? Y. >
DUGDALE & MIN'S
. POR THE *
Soluble Bone Pnosphate of Lime.16.8S
Bone Phosphate or Lime.l'-ft
(Equivalent to li per cent, of Sulphate or Am?
It will be observed that our Phosphate has an
ample supply br the all important and vital crop
prpdaclng elements, viz : soluble Phosphate,
' Ammonia and Potash, and in view of this fact,
and the strong testimonials which have been
given m Ita favor by so many planters wirb have
given- the ?'?Magnum Bonum*'an impartial test j
nader Cotton tte psst season, may we not, with '
perfect candad assert that we have aa .j
IJKEQVALLED C0T1W FERTILIZER,
And arge each planter to give it a trial the com?
ing season ?
DUGDALE A G IRVIN.
EQUAL TO PERUVIAN GUANO-POUND FOR
WASHINGTON. V. C, September 18, 1870.
M?gara.- JOHN Mann's Sows:
I used the ".Magnum Bonum Soluble Phos?
phate" bought of you, alongside or Peruvian
enano, on cotton, and find the product equi to
Peruvian Guano-pound ror pound.
1 am muon pleased also with its effects OB Corn.
WILLIAM J. AR0HBELL.
FULLY EQUAL TO PERUVIAN FOR . COTTON.
STATBSTTLLE, N. C., August 17,1870.
Messrs. Duo DALI A O LEVIN, Baltimore, Md.:
?entfernen-Our Mr. G. A. Carlton tried ander
cotton, this year, your "Magnum Benoni splubte
Phosphate" alongside of Ne. 1 Peruvian Guano,
and thinks your Phosphate fully equal to the
Guano, and believes that if he had-used the aaaae
money nollie of each, the "Magnum Bonum?'
would not only have equalled the Peruvian, bat
far surpassed i t. Yours truly,
CARLTON BROS. k CO.
MUCH BETTER FOR COTTON THAN PERUVIAN
EDBNTON. N. C., August 20, 1870.
Mr. A. H. Bogp:
Dear ?ir-The " Magnum Bonum ? made by
Messrs. Dugdale A Gurvia, of Baltimore, and pur?
chased or you, was used ander a portion of my
Cotton, alongside of Peruvian Guanev and ?he
Cotton la mach better squared, and will produce
more than that nuder which J used the Guano,
Yonrs, most obedient,
W. W. HOSKINS..
Price-957 Per Tem Cub,
SOS Per Ton Payable (with 7
Per Cent. Interest Added) on November t.
. STANDARD MAINTAINED.
m. IR. CALDWELL & SON,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS !
OLnetioneers' Prinatc 9?te<7 #t
Bj 4. FRASER MATHEYYES,
llaevl Batate Braker, N?. 56 Broad Street.
PHOSPHATE LANDS of beat quality and
Rice and Cotton Plantations m all parta of the
City Residence*, Stores, Building Lota and
|QH,YES! OH, YES! OH, YES!
It becomes my pleasant dnty to Inform my friends
and patrons, that the time has again arrived for
them to commence cleaning and repairing their
Household' Furniture, Mattressesand Beueeads
! Try a remedy that never falls; send for the Doctor
who keeps the F imitare infirmary at No. 31
Queen ntreet. Having greatly enlarged my
invalid Furniture Hospital, I am now preparedi?
treat patientsnrthat lute more successfully and
satisfactorily than ever. "Come one, come a IL"
JOHN L. LDN8FORD, No, 81 Queen et?.
Opposite.Harrisson?# Paint and oil SION.
GO BN?. (70B?t*? ,. ? O ENI
THIS DAT, the 1 ?rh .instant,'w?rbe som oar
Brown's Wharr, alongsldesonooner Edwin, from
New Orleans, at ll o'clock, -
7000 bushels Prime Mixed COHN.
Conditions stated at sale. . . aprH
lt M. M?B8HALL ?& BB?).
TTTILL SELL THIS fl AT AT Tf ATfV
YV -past-:iO o'clock, at No. 33 -Broad stree*, &
MOfcBS; Hcrsee, 1 Milch Cow. , ,- ff r ik -
B. t?. ?LARSIIALIf & BfiO- jS
11/ILL S#LL TH18 DA* AT?
YT o'clock, at No. sa Broad street,
A collection of LAW BOOKS. som
By M. A, BURK
BOOTS AND SHOES. ^;
THIS DAT, kt mr Salesroom, Ko. 142 Meet-.
lBgstreet, al lovelock, I wm sell,
. 60 esses-BOOTU AND SHOES. My asnal assort?
ment._ ? , rg?spritt~
. i Br':WM. McKAY. . - U?
TTTTLL BB SOLD THIS DAY, A? If
Vf o'olo* nt No. HO Meeting street,
A superior assortment of HOoSBHOLD.prjR
K IT DRE, consisting of: BEDSTEADS, Earea tra.
Mattresses, Hair'and Wood Seat Chairs, Meat.
Safes,-6ets or Counter Scales, Measarea. .Also,
twO flneMAHOQANY-TOP OQTJNBBBS. gjjgg
9j MOLES DBjAE?'^-'^'^'
/^LOTHI??, - DRY . GOODS, - LA^WEST*
V/ t??- HATS. 4C. ?S*
T^ MORNrm at io o'clock, I will sell at ray
Store, corner of fing andUbertyfatresta; ' . ,
An invoice of SEASONABLE CLOTH -
eisttog ot Unen Coats, Pants and Ve .
Cloth Frock Coats, Jean, Tweed and.OotWnads
Coats, Pants- and Vests, Military Coats. .PAncy
Shim, DrsWBTa, Ladles' and Gent's Hosiery, L. C.
and a, s. Handkerchiefs, Shirt Fronts, Baraga
Leno, Victoria Lawn, Ladles' Cloates. Printed
Srons, Vest Patterns. LlBle Thread Gloves, La?
s' Hats, MOB'S, Boya' and 1 Children's Felt
Bate, Ac. ? *. . ' ; , j
On TO MORROW I will sell 80 cases Men's and
Boys1 STRAW HATS and 20 cases Ladles' Trim1
me? s?d Untrimmed Hats, s (tades, Ac, aprlfi
BjJ^Y. ?EJTCH &% S. $?$5&f.
Auctioneers. .- ?: - '--.f.^.
HOUSEHOLD . FUBNrT?B^??H&~ %
COMINO STREET.1 . t?
THIS DAT, the 12th instant, at the abov*
residence, wm be sold, at lo o'clock,
Bonsehold and Kl tehan FURNITURE, <, . _
of: sofas, French Bedsteads, Tables, Crib, '
tog'Stove, Kitchen Utensils, Crockery, r*
Tormsoaah. j , ,_/^cjj^jlfe, '
. ? BBS B BjSSBBj
Unction SdleB--JFntnre Wife*
P1IME WHITS, COEN. r? ; - ??i3?
jBMUmsaw, fte 18ta Insuw^heiajdlfe
?nv Store, corner of Commercial wharf sndfBst
8006 BSSBBt* Prime WHITE CORN, In sacks. .
Conditions stated at sale._apm.
By R. M. MARSHALL & BW>.
HANDSOME BROS MANSION AT
on TC3SDAY, 16th instant, at ll o'clock, wUL
ba sod at the east end or Broad stree'
Wt e?egant BUICK MANSION, OB
Ward No. T, known as the" TBNSBNT
being next south 'of the Tacker House, rewnruy
bought ny H. Bischoff, Esq. The Lot hindi ng
rrohTBay tomike street, measnnS - feet op J*)
feet front. -Si.
Tern?-Third cash ; balance In one. two mi
three years, secured by mortgage or ths property
wlttonter?st seml-aotraally. Buildings to**-ta
, ir. T. wries * ?. jajJWPjg
TaBSIEABLE FARM NEAE S?MMEB
WuTbe sold on THURSDAY, 13kh lrOT?at, s,t
the Old Foetofao9.at ll o'clock,. ? .;
That vfcry desirable FARM in Cslleton Gbuuty.
two miles and half. from Summerville, ajwTone
mlle from Dcrc&emer Landing, adjouilmr Bose
Oeek and Land? of -- Hutchison, contatr?nfl;
Soo acres, portioa of which ls well wooded.
- Terms-Ojae-third cash; balance In one and two
years, wlthTnterest, secured by bond and mort?
gage. Parchsser to pay us for pagrs^^d
A- . ByX S. K. BENNETT.
fTffl? EXECUTORS OF THOMAE BKN
I NETT m. Mane Mi Bennett, at^tt.-Bauer
'Decree of Court of Common Pleas- lu Eflutty. ,
Wilt be sold on THURS DAT, 36th ApWa?Pnb
11c Anction, at the OW Postofflce, corner Broad
and East Btv atreetA, at ll o'clock,
FOUR LOTS OF LAND, on the weat side of Rut?
ledge street, between the Public-Mall and Ben?
nett street, which When filled up oSer moet desi?
rable situations fdr residencei, to wit :... -fv
No. 62, adiolnlng the Mall, 46 feet fronton Bat
led ne. and 63 feet on back line by SM feet In
dCSot 53, sooth of 62, being 60 feet front on Rut?
ted gs street by 264 feet deep.
No 64, south of SS, same dimensions.
No. 55, sooth of 64. same dimensions, with south
front on Bennett street.
. _ . ALSO,
EIGHT LOTS on the east side of Ru tied ga street,
Vc. 64, next north or the residence lot ci E. T.
Hughes, Eao,n measnring 60 feet front on Rut?
ledge street, by 221 feet deep. ' _
No. 66, measnring 60 feet front on Rutledge
, No.?8; measuring 60 feet front on Rutledge
Latest, py aa) feet deep on the south line, and SOO
on me sorta*. - -.' ' ? .
No. ar, measuring 60 feet frost on Rutledge
street, by.fi? feet seep. -i;
. mei, es Rottedge street, or ?ame dimen?
sions L?S?*- ?
No. 6?, ca Rutledge street, of same dimen?
Ne 70, measnring 60 feet on Rutledge stejet, by
ISO feet toes. '
No. 71, same corser or Rutledge andOAUioad
street*. sMsBrtpg 40X feet on Calhoun street, by
m feet deep on Ra tledge s feet, and 116 reet on
the ess* Usa.
samr>* LCTTS cm Boutti ame or oalnoon street,
adlotntBg the above, as follows: . i
T?o. fi. measuring 40K feet on. Oalhoun street,
bj IU feet deep on west Une, and 1C7 feet on east
No. 73, measuring 40H feet on Calhoun street,
by 107 feet deep on west Une, and 100 feet on east
No. 74, measuring 40>? feet on Calhoun street,
Ay 16& feet on west line, aud 142 feet on east. Une.
No. 76, measnring 40>? feet- on Oalhoun street,
by 142 feet on west ilse, and 184 feet oa'east Use.
No. 76, measuring 88 feet trout-on Calhoun
street, by 288 feet deep.
No. T7, measuring 88 feet front on Calhoun
street, by 278 feet deep. m ?
No. 78, measuring 88 feet front sa Oalhoun
street, by ato feet deep.
Plats of the above Lou may be seen st Mr. BEN?
NETT'S office, No. 40 Broad street.
Conditions of Sale-One-third osan; balance in
two essai annual Instalments, with in tares t from
the date, payable annually, at 7 per cent., secured
by mortgage or the property. Paronssststo pay
for ah necessarypapers an d et amps.
W. J. BENNETT, ;1 ^3^ 0?
O. G. MEMMLNOER,) ^Sfff
Bj A. C. MCHHUYBAY,
spUTY COUNCIL OF CHARLESTON VS.
\J Dawson, Administrator, et aL .
By virtue of an order of sale In this cane, to me
directed by the Hon*. R. F. Graham, Judge for the
Flnt circuit. 1 will uffer for sale at pnbuo auction,
on TUESDAY, the 2d day of Kay. SOL st ll
o'clock A. M, at the Old Postofflce, foot of Broad,
street, Charleston. . " '
All that LOT OF LANB situate on trte sooth side
of Amherst street, In the City of Charleston, num?
bered ten (10,) on a plat of the Lota of Land
known in the plan of the village or Hnrnpatsad
bv.the numbers 60 and 61, Ward No. 6, mude tu
April. 1866, by Robert K. Pavne, City Surveyor
for the Upper Wards, containing in front on Am?
herst street thirty-six (86) feet five (6) inches, the
same on the back Hoe, and in depth, from east to
west, one hundred and forty (140) feet, be the
same more or less; batting and bounding north,
on Amherst street, east on Lot so. s OB eald plat,
sont h on Lot No. 6 on said plat, weston Lands of
the German Evangelical Lutheran Church of
Terms-One-half cash: balance In one year?
secured by bond of-purchaser, with Utterest from
day of sale, and mortgage or property sold. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
WM. J. GAYER,
By A. C. McGlLLlTBAI,
VIDAL, ASSIGNEE, VS. EE IGNE,
Ad m rx., eta!.
By virtue of an order of sala Mu the above
cause to me directed by the Hon. B. F. Graham,
Judge for the First Circuit, I wtu offer for sale st
public auction, on TUESDAY, the 2d day of May,
1871, at 11 o'clock A. M., at the Old Postofflce,
Broad street, in the City of Charleston;
All that PLBUE GR PABCRL OF LAND situate
en the north side or Queen street, in the City af
Charleston, known as No. 18, containing m front
on Queen street twenty-seven (27) feet, sad in
depih, (rom north to south, one bnodrea ana
8lxtv- wo(ie2) feet, more or tessi butting snd
bounding east on Lands of Karate oX Joan MO~
Craxiy, west on Undi of -sooth on Queen
street, and nona on Lands of -.
Terms-One-third ca-h; balance m. OBS year
from day of sale, secured by boud of porehaser,
with Interest; mortgage or the property. BBUO-.
Ings to be insured and policy assigned. For?as-?
ser to pay lor papers abd sta raps.
WM. J. QATHB,_
' apr&-w4tnl Referee..